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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: June 5, 2005
Copyright Date: 2005
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General Note: Sunday ed. published as: Sunday chronicle.
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among other things, government's plans to attract
more tourists to Guyana and the state of Georgetown.
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GPL intensifying





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reduce losses


By Chamanlall Naipaul
HE Guyana
Power and Light
(GPL has inten-
sified its efforts to re-
duce power loss, com-
pany officials said Fri-
day at a press confer-
ence.
- Chief Executive Officer
(CEO) of GPL, Robin Singh re-
ported that over the past two
years significant progress has
been made in reducing losses.
However, he said much more
has to be done to eventually
bring it down to a more reason-
able level.
"With respect to the
company's loss reduction activi-
ties, the benefits are obvious,
especially when considering the
level at which the losses were
some two years ago in the or-
der of 44 per cent. This in-
cluded both technical and com-
mercial losses. Currently, the
losses ar. in the vicinity of 39
per-centi. \ui[h technical losses
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cent. It should be noted that it
is it is not technically feasible
to eliminate technical losses, and
given the current state of the
GPL's line plant, significant
capital investments are required
to attain a reasonable target of
around 10 per cent. The com-
pany decided therefore, to con-
centrate mainly on commercial
loss reduction at this time,"
Singh explained.
Replacing defective meters,
curbing tampering of meters and
dealing with the theft of
electricity are the major
approaches currently being used
to reduce commercial losses,
Singh said.
According to the Chief
Operations Officer of GPL,
Bharat-Dindyal by the end of
April this year 85,702 custom-.
ers premises were visited and
of this number, 62, 238 inves-
tigations have been com-
pleted which have shown that
there are 32, 726 (52.58 per
cent) cases of defective
meters, 3,111 (4.9 per cent)
cases of tampering and 24,
998 meters (40.2 per cent) are
in order.
Dindyal said that since

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2004, 5,000 meters, have been
replaced and by the end of this
year, a further 15,000 are ear-
marked for replacement. In
2006, the figure is expected to
be 20,000. He added that this
exercise would be an ongoing
one until all defective meters are
replaced over a period of four
to five years.
Singh noted that most of the
defective meters have reached
their life span which averages
about 20-25 years.
As regards increased power
generation, bids from indepen-
dent power producers (IPPs) are
being evaluated to provide a fur-
ther 25 megawatts to the
Demerara grid and 10 megawatts
to the Berbice grid, Singh said,
that evaluation and securing
Cabinet's no objection should
be completed by the end of this
month.
He added that approval
from the Environmental Pro-
tection Agency and the Pub-
lic utilities commission
would have to be obtained
prior to the execution of the
Power Purchase Agreement
with the IPPs that are
awarded the contracts to sup-
ply power, which should
come on stream in the second
half of next year.
In addition, negotiations are,


ongoing with the Guyana Sugar
Corporation to obtain power
from the bagasse generation
project at Skeldon Estate as well
as with Delta Caribbean for the
construction of a wind farm at
Hope Beach, East Coast
Demerara, Singh disclosed.
The CEO said the use of
bagasse and wind generation
will reduce GPL's dependency
on imported fossil fuels, provid-
ing a cushion in times of rising
oil prices like the current situa-
tion, noting that the cost of fuel
accounts for as much as 60 per
cent of the overall cost of GPL's
operations.
"Over the last two years,
prices have not only increased
sharply, but have remained high
in the past nine months. This
has already impacted on the fi-
nancial performance of the conrf-
pany and at the current price,
the situation could result in an
additional $IB expenditure tor
this year," Singh indicated
The increase in oil prices
for the first quarter of this
year exceeded the average
cost for fuel last year b) more
than the three per cent limit
stated in the licence, and
with prices remaining high.
the need to appl3 a fuel sur-
charge is under review.
Singh said.


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Organisation of American States on Tuesday for the
Surinamese diplomat. Albert Ramdin, and wants it to be
by acclamation.
Such is the confidence displayed by the Communit 's For-
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in preparation for this weeks 35th annual meeting of the OAS
General' Asembl. which begins todaN in Fort Lauderdale.
Florida.
A former Assistant Secretary General of CARICOM.
Ramdin's successful election means that he wouldd become the
third national of the Community to hold the post of Assistant
Secreiary General of the 35-member OAS
The previous holders t1%o tere. Barbadian diplomat Val
lMcComie and rrinidadian diplomat. Christopher Thomas,
both of whom had served two consecutive terms.
In a further endorsement of Ramdin as the Community's
unanimous choice for the post of Assistant Secretary General
of the hemispheric organisaton. the region'., Foreign nihmsters
called for his election to be by acclamation of all participants
at the Fort Lauderdale meetingin a spirit of unitN and soldar-
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Bs this call. the Foreign Ministers have signalled to
the other members of the 0OS that they adopt a similar
position as "as recently' take'u for the election of the new
Secretary General, Chile'-, Jose Miguel Insulza, who had
finally emerged as the **consensus." candidate after a bruis-
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However. as of esterda,,, there %was no public disclosure
that Ramdin's challenger. Nicaragua's former Foreign Minister.
S.Ernesto Leal. has withdrawn his candidature.
SAt their Bahamas meeting, the Community Foreign
Ministers also re iewed the ongoing polliical crisis, in-
cludsng spreading violence, in Haiti amid arrangements for
coming presidential, parliamentary and local government
elections.
They .are scheduled to have a meeting with US Secre-
tary of State. Condoleezza Rice. chairperson for the OAS
meeting in Fort Lauderdale to express the concerns or the
Community which continues to bloc Haiti's US-created in-
terim regime .from participating in the councils of
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SEARCH
DESPITE heavy rainfall yesterday, mem
bers of the Guyana Defence Force
(GDF) continued their search of the
backlands of several East Demerara villages
where the two sugar workers mysteriously dis-
appeared about two weeks ago while clearing
a GUYSUCO drainage canal aback of Vigilance.
Sources said the police did not participate in the joint op-
eration, but the soldiers, remained in the area and continued to
comb the backlands for clues which may lead to.the men's
whereabouts.
There is still no trace of the sugar workers, Maikhram Sawh,
46, called 'Bharrat' of Non Pariel and Sampersaud Taranauth,
37; called "Shammie" despite searches by the police, sugar work-
ers and relatives.
Relatives of the men yesterday said that had the GDF been
deployed in the area the day of the men's disappearance, they
would have been able to locate them.
They are of the opinion that the authorities acted too
late but still have hopes of the men's safe return.
Monica Sawh, daughter of missing sugar worker, Maikhram
Sawh told Chronicle yesterday the family is very troubled at
this time because they have no good news or any evidence that
her father is still alive.
She was, however, pleased that the GDF/police ranks are
still combing the backlands for her father.
Meanwhile, Taranauth's relatives continue to watch and wait
while the searches are being conducted.
A relative said yesterday that the whole episode is
taking a dreadful toll on the missing man's wife and
children.


Jeffrey clarifies


position on PC


portrait issue


(GINA) MINISTER of Edu-
cation, Dr. Henry Jeffrey, has
clarified his position on the
President's College portrait
At a press conference Fri-
day at the National Centre for
Educational Resource Develop-
ment (NCERD), the minister
said the situation can only
change with stakeholders' agree-
ment.
Some students of the Col-
lege had protested the place-
ment of the portraits of other
Presidents next to that of former
President of Guyana and
Founder of the College, the late
Linden Forbes Sampson
Burnham. The students stated
that they were not in favour of
the additional portraits since
Burnham was the founder of the
institution.
However, sections of the
media had reported that
when contacted, Minister Jef-
frey had said that nothing
would be done about the mat-
ter. This, the media concluded
had caused the students to
become even more vehement
in their protest.
Asked about his position on


the matter Friday, the Minister
said that he was contacted on
the .matter the same day and he
responded.
"I was called and told what
was going on and I said to him
(the School Board's Chairman)


'do not change anything at PC
until you can have stakeholder
agreement'," he said.
The Education Minister
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Reports said that at about 10:00 hrs, the man was in the
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The man escaped unharmed and was taken to the East La
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The motorcar sped away before the police arrived on the
-I.-
The man was later released.
The police are investigating.


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Assessment rescheduled


(GINA) DIRECTOR of the
National Centre for Educa-
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(NCERD), Mr. Mohandatt
Goolsarran, said Friday that
the Secondary School's En-
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Assessment for Grades Two
(Preparatory B) and Four (Pri-
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6 SUNDAY CHRWICLE June 5, 2005


Editorial)




"REMOVING"



CRIMINAL



HIDE-OUTS
FINALLY, the stage is being set for a multi-faceted,
concerted attack on the suspected criminal hide-
outs in the backlands of Buxton, Friendship and Vigi-
lance areas that have become notorious for killings,
kidnapping for ransom, armed robberies and brazen
defiance of law and order.
This assumption is based on media reports last
week involving separate statements and actions by
the Police and Army; Guyana Sugar Corporation
(GUYSUCO) and the Guyana Agricultural and General
Workers Union (GAWU), as well as an assurance given
by Dr Roger Luncheon, Head of the Presidential Sec-
retariat and Cabinet Secretary.
The disappearance some two weeks ago of two
sugar workers in the backlands of Buxton-Strathspey
area, following various criminal acts, has sparked new


fears of the criminal upsurge that rocked the East
Coast in 2003 when a network of criminals, armed with
sophisticated weapons and communications equip-
ment, unleashed their nightmare of murders, rapes,
hijackings and robberies with violence.
President Bharrat Jagdeo had vowed that the dis-
ciplined forces would be fully engaged in flushing out
the criminals from their sanctuaries aback of those
East Coast villages and have them brought to justice.
Then followed a lull in the more frightening dimen-
sions of criminality. But it was a change in tactics by
the criminals. Before long, not only innocent citizens
of those villages, but visitors and even law enforcing
personnel were again being attacked and robbed by
gunmen. The false sense of security has been ex-
posed with new acts of murder and armed robberies
and, now, the latest incident of kidnapping, this time
two sugar workers.
This newspaper is aware of the efforts by the se-
curity forces to enforce the rule of law in the troubled
areas of those East Coastvillages.
However, like the public at large, this newspaper
is also conscious of the fears with which villagers, as
well as commuters, and now sugar workers, have to
cope because the criminals seem to have the upper
hand. Consequently, they are undermining confidence
in the capacity of the State and, more specifically, the
security forces, to effectively smash those haunting
sanctuaries.
Dr. Luncheon has promised that contingents of the
Guyana Police Force and the Guyana Defence Force
will be involved in joint operations to "cleanse", as he
said, the backlands of those East Coast villages sus-
pected of being sanctuaries for armed and dangerous
criminals.
The joint searches that followed last week by po-


lice and soldiers for the two disappeared sugar work-
ers were welcome developments. But this cannot be
a substitute for any joint strategy by the security
forces intended to effectively "cleanse" those
backlands hide-outs of the criminals who continue to
torment and disrupt lives of innocent people, when
they are not killing, maiming or robbing them.
GAWU's call for collaborative actions, involving the
Army, Police, GUYSUCO and the union's own person-
nel, should take shape. The sooner, the better. We
would add involvement of the governing and main op-
position parties, with the understanding that no anti-
crime action should be delayed for any agreement by
either or both political parties.
The time for destroying the criminal sanctuaries,
or their "cleansing", according to Dr. Luncheon, is too
long overdue. It is a challenge that cannot be beyond
the capacity of the security forces. We will await re-
sults.


CHRONICLE


Editor-in-Chief: Sharief Khan
Sunday Editor: MichellIe Nurse
Editorial: 227-5216; 227-5204: 22-63243-9
Sports: 225-7174
After hours 226-3243-9,
Fax: 227-5208
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T& T's




FIRST.


TWO UNWELCOME


s. Chief Justice fiahtina impeachment.


Ex-PM in jail on corruption charge


IN OUR Caribbean
Community, we
have grown accus-
tomed to news re-
ports of ex-heads of
government/state,
former or serving
Cabinet ministers,
top business execu-
tives and even judges
and religious leaders
being hauled before
the courts on a range
of charges, including
corruption.
But last Tuesday's arrest
of former Trinidad and To-
bago Prime Minister, Basdeo
Panday on charges of finan-
cial corruption, and his pro-
test decision to refuse
bail and to stay in prison and
represent himself whenever
he has to appear in court,
must certainly mark a first in
the judicial and political his-
tory of the Commonwealth
Caribbean.
Indeed, Trinidad and
Tobago.. a CARICOM plu-
ral society seething with
socio political l
divisions and nerve-wrack-
ing rates of murder and
kidnapping, has now
chalked up their two big-
gest, and
certainly unwelcome
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' poti iis.an'.dqfhe law.


It hdS bmeeum veiy Llhflleig-


ing for Trinidadians to cope
with the unenviable reputa-
tion of their country as the
'kidnapping centre' of this
region.
Even, that is, as Jamaicans
struggle hard to avoid becom-
ing numb to a pattern of kill-
ings and violence, burdened as
they are with their own un-
welcome reputation as the
'murder capital' of the Carib-
bean.
The two very big firsts for
Trinidad and Tobago started re-
cently when Prime Minister
Patrick Manning initiated im-
peachment moves against a sit-
ting Chief Justice (Satnarine
Sharma)- an issue soon to engage
the attention of a High Court
.Judge.
Example number two fol-
lowed last week with the case
of Panday, former Prime Minis-
ter and Opposition Leader, sit-


faiths Christian, Islam and
Hindu Panday, his wife Oma,
and a former Cabinet
colleague, Carlos John, as well
as the construction magnate


Ishwar Galbaransingh, were
arrested on bribery corruption
charges.

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free from political manipulations
and served by judges of compe-
tence and integrity, is the best
forum in a multi-party demo-
cratic State to deal. with sensa-
tional cases as those of


S lSharma and Panday.
In the impeachment-case
involving Chief Justice
Sharma and Ph'ini'iiister
2 1 Manning, bothhbi.retained
r- r the services of.highlprofile
SCaribbean and Britisha egal
luminaries to represent
them. It is a high stakebattle
with grave implications.
On the other hand, the
72-year-old Panday, him-
self a lawyer, but best
'known as a professional
BASDEOPANDAY politician, may yet come
to be persuaded that it is
ting in jail awaiting trial on cor- as ill-advised for a lawyer to
ruption charges. represent himself as a medi-
hol txsf m aor.eliu ,doctiro housingg to diag-
security cell, fpourijgver W 6eil"bfIlment.
holy texts of major religious There is no guarantee of


his desired success in waging
a political battle from a prison
cell while ignoring the impor-
tance of proper legal repre-
sentation, especially when


there is evidence of schisms
within his own political base.
However, Panday's
United National Congress
(UNC) has hailed his decision
to refuse bail as "symboli-
cally demonstrating where we
have reached along the slip-
pery slope to anarchy..."
Having re-endorsed
Panday as their leader at a
special strategy meeting of the
party's executive, the UNC
militants quickly moved
to hold a series of political
meetings, mobilising popular
support for an expected con-
frontation with Manning's
People's National Movement
government.
Surprising as it is, it may
have been a coincidence that a


police happened to show up
at Panday's office while a del-
egation of visiting parliamen-
tarians from India, with whom
he had earlier met, were still
there. The choreography, as
reflected in media reports,
was not missed.
Not surprisingly, there-
fore, Opposition Chief Whip.
Ganga Singh, known for his
waspish comments, has
deemed that development "a
vulgar display of the abuse of
power" and accused the police
of "taking instructions" from
the political directorate.
Nevertheless, it is to be
hoped that good sense will


fan the flames of racism,
or who are better known for
confrontation politics instead
of sober judgement and pref-
erence for dialogue in a politi-
cal climate that can
sustain the rule of law.
For sure, such elements
are also embedded within
the ruling and opposition
parties of Trinidad and To-
bago, both of which have
had and continue to experi-
ence allegations of financial
corruption by colleagues in
public life.
The PNM itself is currently
very much on the defensive on
corruption charges within
its official ranks, even
*i, as the UNC contem-
plates the future of its
leader.
Against this re-
ality, and with all
the political bitter-
ness floating around
the parties, the
rhetoric and


r 'posturings over is-
sues like "constitu-
S tional reform", the
"consultative pro-
cess", or "shared
-'- .. ,;i governance", seem
PRIME MINISTER PATRICK MANNING pointless.
The end loser


team from the Anti-Corruption prevail within the leadership is, of course, the society it-
Investigations Bureau turned up structures of both the govern- self. Right now Trinidad
on Tuesday to arrest Panday ing PNM and opposition and Tobago may have
at the official office of the Op- UNC at this very tense pe- reached that critical fork in
position Leader of Parliament. It riod in social relations in a the road that requires the
happened to be 'Indian Atrrival society long divided by race best quality of interven-
Day'- a national holiday, and party politics. tions that its most influen-
As it is in other plural so- tial citizens can offer to
a COINCIDEnCE? | ....tcheies, ruy ana.and Suriname y vold the path to norchy
a coincidence that the those ready to emotionally ets ot doom.


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Monument to recognize




Amerindian discovery, settlement


Guyana consulate in Barbados working

with Venezuelan Embassy on project


PLANS are on the
drawing board for
the erecting of a suit-
able monument in Bar-
bados to recognize the
true discoverers and
settlers of Barbados,
says a release from the
Guyana Consulate in
that island.
Delivering the welcome
remarks at the Consulate Pic-
nic/Fun Day for the Guyanese
immigrant community on the
occasion of Guyana's inde-
pendence anniversary, Consul
Norman Faria said: "I wish to
announce that preparations
are in hand for the erecting of
a suitable monument in Bar-
bados to recognize the first
settlers and discoverers of
Barbados. These were the na-
tive peoples from what is now
Guyana and Venezuela. This
is an initiative of your Con-
sulate but will be a joint
project between the Consu-
late and the Embassy of Ven-
ezuela ... Details will have to
be worked out, including the
formality of approval from
the appropriate Ministries,
for this fitting monument


which will remind us of the
significant achievements of
the first true discoverers and
settlers of Barbados, in the
process not belittling the con-
tributions of other races who
came afterwards and the inte-
gration and continued well
being and development of all
peoples".
Faria said he has had
discussions with the Ven-
ezuelan Ambassador Maria
Corina Russian Frontado,
who attended the Consu-
late Picnic/Fun Day. Ven-
ezuela, which, like Guyana,
has a sizeable Amerindian
population, would have no
opposition to such a trib-
ute, she said.
According to the main
history books, Barbados
was 'discovered' by Portu-
guese merchant sailors on
their way to Brazil in the
17th century. It was named
'Los Barbados' (Portuguese
for breads) when the sail-
ors saw the many fig trees
on the island.
As reported, the Portu-
guese found the island un-
inhabited. But archaeologi-
cal digs on the island show
that at one time there were
several Amerindian vil-


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lages. It is not known ex-
actly why they left, though
some surmise they prob-
ably returned to
neighboring St. Lucia or
St. Vincent to the west.
Theories include that they
were the victims of Span-
ish slave raiding parties
prior to the arrival of the
Portuguese and that they
over-exhausted the fertility
of the land and could not
grow any more crops.
Research had shown
that among the Amerindians
who first set foot on the
island were undoubtedly
the descendents of those
who came from what is to-
day tGuyana and Venezuela.
They had made exploratory
voyages in large canoes,
colonising one island after
the other as they headed
north. Barbados was
reached from St Vincent or
St Lucia. House foundation
and other cultural traits
found at the former
Amerindian village sites in
Barbados are similar to
those found in Guyana.
In 1627, 40 Lokonos
(Amerindian tribe) were
brought from what was to be
British Guiana to help the
English settlers how to pro-
duce food.
There is a monument to
the first English settlers at
the town of Holetown on
the west coast of the island.


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8 :SUNDAY CHRONICLE June 5, 2005


MDG 8


- Develop a Global


Partnership for Development


AT THE beginning of
the new millennium,
the world's leaders
gathered at the United Na-
tions Millennium Summit at
the UN Headquarters in New
York to commit their nations
to strengthening global ef-
forts for peace, human rights,
democracy, strong governance,
environmental sustainability
and poverty eradication. The
Millennium Summit resulted
in the Millennium Declara-
tion and the formulation of the
eight Millennium Develop-
ment Goals (MDGs), which are
to be achieved by 2015.
Goal number eight is to
develop a global partner-
ship for development. This
goal is in recognition of the
fact that individual gov-
ernments cannot achieve
the MDGs alone. Partner-
ships among governments
are necessary, as are part-
nerships within countries
among various actors in
society. The role of the pri-
.vate sector in this regard
needs to be recognized
and explored. Not only


does the private sector
have a great impact on the
achievement of the MDGs
as the main source of jobs
and a key source of tax
revenues, but it also has a
great impact when compa-
nies engage in business
practices that are not only
profitable but have a direct
positive impact in terms of
achieving the MDGs.
However, in order for busi-
nesses to successfully en-
gage in such development-
oriented business practices,
they often need to form part-
nerships with other busi-
nesses, civil society
organizations, UN agencies
and/or government bodies to
overcome start-up difficulties.
Partnerships can do
many things. For example,
a business-business part-
nership can lead to syner-
gies and innovation in
product and service devel-
opment. A government-
business partnership can
promote sector-level poli-
cies and programmes. A


partnership with a civil so-
ciety organisation can help
a business deliver prod-
ucts and services to the
poor. With the UN a busi-
ness can get support for its
efforts to establish other
partnerships. These are
just a few examples of what
the partnerships can do -
there are numerous other
potentials, many of which
are still unrealised.
In Guyana, one case
study that stands out in this
regard is the case of the com-
pany Amazon Caribbean
Guyana Limited (Amcar) and
the partnership it has en-
gaged in with UNDP and the
government.
In 2002, a project was
launched in which
Amerindian communities
planted manicole on disused
plantations in areas adjacent
to their villages and navi-
gable rivers in the North
West District. In about three
years, when the new palms
mature, their proximity to
the communities will reduce


CO-OPERATIVE REPUBLIC OF GUYANA
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS AND COMMUNICATIONS
WORKS SERVICES GROUP

1. Sealed tenders are invited from suitably experienced contractors for the projects i ,.-rfiioned
below.

i. REHABILITATION OF BLACK BUSH POLDER ROAD, BERBICE, REGION 6
ii. REHABILITATION OF GULF ROAD, LUSIGNAN, ECD, REGION 4.

2. The Tender Documents can be uplifted from the Works Services Group, Ministry of Public
Works and. Communications, Fort Street, Kingston, G:orge-:o.!:.i, from 7th of June, 2005 upon
making a deposit (non-refundable) of $5,000 (five thousand dollars) for each document in
favour of ~.e Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public 'i.,i. and Communications.

3. Each completed Tender Documents should be placed in separate sealed envelope marked
on the outside the name of the project and addressed to:

The Chairman
National Board of Procurement and Tender Administration
Ministry of Finance
Main and Urquart Street,
Georgetown.

and should be ep'.:. i,-d in the Ministry of Fin=ir.i:e Tender Board's Box, -.iii...
Georgetown, before 9:00 a.m. on 5th July, 2005

4. Tenders will be opened at, 9:00 a.m. on 5th July, 2005 in the presence of tenderers who
may wish to be present.

5. The Ministry reserves the right to accept or reject any tender, and to annul the .1. .,. I process,
and reject all tenders, at any ,.-.: prior to the award ofthe Contract. 1'; '.,'. thereby incurring
any iL, ; to ... ,^-: 'td tenderer or tenderers or any '..' -, I to inform the -.. .J :
tenderer or tenderers of the grounds for the Employers i


Mr. Balraj Balram
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Public Works and Communications
Fort Street, Kingston


GovernmenLt 9l]t4,4 meded on
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the burden of harvesting and
the cost of production and
providing a sustainable link
to markets for the
Amerindians.
It encompasses a total of
200 acres. This partnership
provides communities with
the means to continuously
produce indigenous organic
heart of palm in a sustainable
way, such as the training of
about 500 Amerindians in or-
ganic agricultural production,
helping prepare the land for
organic production, provid-
ing seedlings to farmers and
in some cases providing ba-
sic farming equipment. To-
gether the partnership has
provided the finance to sup-
port the transition to this new
form of production. The in-
vestment was about US$
150,000 and borne by all three
partners in the project.
Another benefit of the
project is that many
Amerindians are now able to
produce indigenous organic
crops in organised planta-
tions and supply it directly to
Amcar, which guarantees a
market for the produce. Not
surprisingly, the communi-
ties have been, and continue
to be, very enthusiastic about
the project and the potential
it shows, and Amcar will soon
gain from a stable, secure
(i.e. organic) and growing
supply of organic produce to
meet the increasing demand
from international markets.
The case portrayed here


shows how a partnership be-
tween different entities can re-
sult in helping achieve the first
MDG: to eradicate extreme pov-
erty and hunger (and to some
extent MDG seven: to ensure en-
vironmental sustainability). Part-
nerships also have the potential
to have such positive effects for
the achievement of the other
MDGs.
The Amcar case will be
part of the material for dis-
cussions at the upcoming
Caribbean MDG Business
Initiative 2005 at Le
Meridien Pegasus, 23 and
24 June 2005. The event
will seek to identify ways
in which the role of the pri-
vate sector in achieving the
MDGs in Guyana (and the
wider Caribbean) can be
expanded within the ratio-
nale of the market economy
and thus a profit orienta-
tion. UNDP Guyana, in
partnership with the Gov-
ernment and the Private
Sector Commission, will be
hosting this event which


Do not t

that gar

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will bring together indi-
vidual businesses, busi-
ness associations, civil
society entities and UN
organizations from the lo-
cal, regional and global lev-
els, as well as Government
Agencies, Ministries and
other donors from Guyana
and the wider region.
In an effort to shed some
light on what the private sec-
tor in Guyana is already do-
ing to help achieve the
MDGs, we would very much
like to hear from any of our
readers who has a story to tell
about what might be called
'development-oriented busi-
ness practices'. If you do,
please send your story to
carib.mdg.initiative@undp.org.


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A message from the Mayor and City Council


7. rl SERVICES DEVELOPMENT

Golden Grove &

The Guyana Telephone & Telegraph Company wishes to notify the public
that as part of its services development programme, technicians will be
involved in the excavation of the road and the laying of cables in the
following areas.

Golden Grove Public Road

(Entrance to President's College)





To facilitate this exercise these junctions wiil be p.. :. closed to traffic on
?,, June5, between ', ?, to18:00hrs.


GT&T regr-ets any inconvenience 'a eyd ,..
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SUNDAY CHRONICLE June 5, 2005 9




Culture of peace between




Dominicans and Haitians


sonal hatred and so many
other acts against moral val-
ues, which regrettably, are
characteristic of human be-
ings.
The same thing occurred a
few weeks ago against a group
of Dominican immigrants in
Spain, in the city of Madrid,
where a young man from the
Dominican Republic killed a


The Greater

Caribbean This Week


population in the area, perpe-
trated by Dominicans react-
ing indignantly to the abomi-
nable killing.
The incident has been
presented as if it were an ac-
tion carried out by the Hai-
tian nation against the Do-
minican people. The emo-
tional handling of the event is
described as if the criminal
decided to commit the mur-
der because of the woman's
nationality and not for the
reasons behind such crimes.
like: passion, robbery. per-


Spanish citizen and several Span-
ish" neighbours reacted aggres-
sively toward the other Domini-
cans residing in that area.
This unfortunate incident
took place in the border zone.
where the Dominicans and Hai-
tians have shown historic signs
of cordial neighbourly relations
for over a century.
I am referring to the fact that
the Dominican Republic gained
its independence from Haiti and
not from a colonialist country,
as a result of which, during the
dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo


Rub6n Sili6

T HE press recently re
ported on the murder of a
Dominican woman, commit-
ted by a Haitian, who also in-
jured the victim's husband.
This provoked in the north-
ern region of the border, where
the incident occurred, acts of
violence against the Haitian


MINISTRY OF HEALTH





The lirni-:r..' of Health invites Tenders from -uirci; qualified Contractors to submit bids for the
execution of the following:-

Construction of Blood Bank, New Amsterdam Hospital Compound, New Amsterdam,
Berbice.

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 Procurement and Tender
Administration Board and must be deposited in the Tender Box situated at the Ministry of
Finance, Main and Urquhart Streets, Georgetown not later than Tuesday, 28th June 2005 at
9:00 am. Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter.

Each Tender must be accompanied by valid Certificates of Compliance from the
Commissioner, Guyana Revenue Authority and the General Manager, National Insurance
Scheme in the name of the individual if individual is tendering or company if company is
tendering. A Bid Security of 2% of the tendered sum is required. Failure to do so will result
in automatic disqualification of the Tender.

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

Tenderers or their representatives are invited to be present at the opening of Tenders on Tuesday,
June 28, 2005 at 9.00am as stated above.

Sonya Roopnauth
Permanent Secretary Government ads can be viewed on
http://www.gina.gov.gy


dered the killing of the Haitians
living on the coastal border,
which shocked the world then
and still does today.
Following those disheart-
ening events, border life re-
turned to the normalcy of an-
cestral relations. So, while the
dictatorship sought to por-
tray the border as a zone of
conflict, the residents there
never carried out acts of con-
frontation. but were instead
good neighbours. The best
example of this are the trade
fairs that developed there,
which in the past took place
on the Haitian side, and within
recent decades, on the Do-
minican side.
As a result, it is not un-


common to hear the border
residents say that the Hai-
tian-Dominican conflicts are
created .between the respec-
tive capitals, but not in their
territories. That expression
implies that border issues are
addressed following the tra-
ditions of cordial relations be-
tween the peoples of both
countries, where a culture of
peace, and not one of conflict,
has prevailed.
We are living in a new
era of relations between
the two nations of the is-
land, where there are no
territorial claims, the Gov-
ernments constantly reiter-
ate their friendship and
hopes for co-operation, bor-


der trade is reporting con-
siderable profits and provi-
sions are being made so
that the migration issue,
which is the only problem,
could be resolved on the
basis of mutual interest,
with rules of order and not
acts of confrontation.

Dr. Ruben Silig Valdez is
the Secretary General of
the Association of Carib-
bean States. The views
expressed are not neces-
sarily the official views of
the ACS. Feedback can
be sent to: mail@acs-
aec. org


(1930-1961), for reasons of po-
litical interest and economic ben-
efit, an ideology promoting the
rejection of the Haitian nation
was created.
Such an ideology allowed
the dictatorship to always di-
rect Haitian immigration to-
ward the sugar mills, in collu-
sion with the Haitian leaders,
while instilling in the Do-
minicans the fear of the
"peaceful Haitian invasion",
which could once again take
over the territory, as was the
case in the nineteenth cen-
tury.
One of the strategies of that
ideology was to convert the bor-
der into a high security military
zone, which allowed the dictator
to profit from timber business
dealings. while etching into the
consciousness of the Domini-
cans. the idea that the border was
remote and foreign to them, since,
in addition to security, it was
cloaked in a mystery related to
an environment of witchcraft or
magic, giving rise to numerous-
myths of imaginary characters.
feared because of their supposed
supernatural powers.
In 1934. the dictatorship or-


NATIONAL ACCREDITATION COUNCIL




Registration of Tertiary Institutions

By Act No. 12 of 2004 referred to as The National ,-: re.ii-3ii:n Council Act 2004, The National
Accreditation Council (NAC) was established. C..ii~. ,quiy, all institutions which provide tertiary
level education in Guyana are hereby required to ig. rer lii the :.al-i'.'.i Accreditation Council.

PROCEDURES FOR REGISTRATION

1. The E,,e' i.:, r,.i..:,, a, of the institution interested in :i" :,, should obtain application
forms along with a copy of. the Guidelines for Registration, from The Executive Director,
National Accreditation Council, Action Tyre Building, Lot 17 Brickdam and Sandal I
Place, Georgetown.

2. The rr- ,..;.1 should provide the information requested in the application form and document
its compliance with the Guidelines for Registration. This submission constitutes a primary
source of information to be used by the Council to evaluate the inr._il icri and to decide on its
status with the Council.

3. The application form and compliance submission will be reviewed by the National
Accreditation Council. If the review is favourable, a registration team will be formed which will
work with the institution to establish a schedule for a visit of the team to the institution. The
main task of the registration team will be to determine whether the institution is in compliance
with the Guidelines for Registration.

4. The visit to the institution is comprised of a series of interviews with adn'in,- ir-i,,ci faculty,
students and graduates, and an examination of the institution's facilities i.e lecture rooms,
library, laboratories, computer facilities etc.

5. The report of the registration team will be sent to the institution and the Director/Principal of
the institution will be invited to review the report and submit a written response to the
recommendations by a specified date.

6. The application form and compliance submission, the registration team's report and the
institution's response to the report will be reviewed by a special Committee of the Council
which will make its recommendations regarding registration to the Council. The
recommendations will be considered by the Council and final action on the institution's status
will be taken at its next.meeting.

7. The institution will be informed of the Council's decision by letter stating the conditions for
registration. In the first instance, institutions will normally be registered for a period of four
years during which time annual status report must be submitted. At the end of the
registration period the institution must apply for re-registration.

Completed registration forms should be sent to the Executive Director, National Accreditation
Council, Action Tyre Building, Lot 17 Brickdam and Sandal Place, Georgetown.
Closing date for registration is 151 June, 2005.

Conrad Kendall,
Executive Director,
National Accreditation Council.
Tel: 223-7900 ext.247
223-7900 ext.246
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GUYANA


LIST OF CASES for trial at the Session of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature

(Criminal Jurisdiction) for the County of Demerara commencing the (Tuesday) 7th day of June, 2005.


DATE OF TRIAL ,


1. Gerald AlOnzo Murder (Tuesday) the 7th day of Junc.
2005 and the following days.
2. Randy Abrams FIRST INDICTMENT
Murder
SECOND INDICTMENT
Larceny
3. Patricia Alves Murder ,
4. Troy Anthony Dick FIRST INDICTMENT "
Murder
SECOND INDICTMENT
Ne ir Unlawful possession of firearm
5. Neil Archer Murder "
6. Rawle Caled I Murder
7. Shawn Hinds Murder
8. Robert Holder Murder
9. Richard Isaacs
Leslie Isaacs
Perberty Kerfume Murder
Emille Thomas
Lucius Williams and
Mallien Stanislaus
10. Harry Lall Murder
11. Sunil Lall Murder
12. Marvin, Liverpool aka Kevin Murder
13. Maxwell Melville Murder 4 j
14. Kevin Massiah Murder
15. Rajendranauth Nathu : Murder
16. Niranjan Rattan Murder 4
17. Desmond Shameerdeen Murder
18. Wilbert Stehens i Murder
19. Leslie Tappih, Murder
20. Brian Vandeyar Murder
21. Perry Moore cld Sick or Spragha Murder
22. Hazihidin Mohamed Murder
. and
I Gaitree Kadar
23. Serestie Odinga Attempt to commit murder
an
Tion'Gravesande
24. Denise Stewart Murder (Tuesday) the 7h 'dy of
June, 2005 and the following
days.
25. Raymond Azad Ali Manslaughter
26. Reinson Atwell Count 1 Manslaughter
Count 2 Manslaughtbr
Count 3 Manslaughter
Count 4 Manslaughter
27. Ramchan Seuralall Manslaughter "
28. Robert Beresford Manslaughter
29. Gregory Charles Manslaughter
30. 'Barnabas Francis Manslaughter
31. Gaindawattie Hardat Manslaughter t.
32. Travis Hardy Manslaughter "
33. Irian Heywood Manslaughter | "
.34. Terrence Hawker cd Terry Causing grievous bodily hann ",
with intent:
35. Hardat Ketwaru i Manslaughter
36. Gordon Branch Carnal Knowledge of a girl
between twelve and thirteen
years
37. Martin Mc Lennon; Manslaughter
38. j Kumar Pararam Manslaughter
39. Ramdat Persaud Manslaughter ,
40. Sherwin Reid Manslaughter a
41. Clayton Reman Manslaughter
and
Dexter Reman
42. Anthony Robertson: Manslaughter
43. Joseph Thomas FIRST COUNT
Manslaughter
SECOND COUNT
Unlawful possession of fireann


44. Leyland Thorne
45. Shelly Harry
46. Quacy Lewis -


Raymond Charles


48. William Glasgow c/d Derick
49. Jermain Fingal


Manslaughter
Manslaughter
FIRST COUNT
Wounding with intent to murder
SECOND COUNT I
Wounding with intent


FIRST COUNT
Causing grievous bodily harm
with intent to murder
SECOND COUNT |
Assault causing actual b daily
harm i '
Rape
FIRST COUNT
Throwing destructive substance
with intent i
SECOND COUNT
Assault causing actual bodily
harm


(Tuesday) the 7 day of
June, 2005 and the following
days.


50. Cledwyn Hopkinson cid Zam FIRST COUNT
Throwing destructive substance
with intent
SECOND COUNT
Causing grievous bodily harm
with intent
51. Mohamed Sheriff FIRST COUNT
Throwing Noxious substance
with intent
SECOND COUNT "
Throwing Noxious substance
with intent
52. George Warde Indecent assault "
53. Devon Richards Buggery "
54. Paul Boodhoo Carnal Knowledge of a girl "
under twelve yeas
55. Kenneth Booker Carnal Knowledge ofa girl
under twelve yea.1
56. Lisson Boston Count 1: Carnal knowledge of
a girl under twelve years.
Count 2: Carnal knowledge of
a girl under twelve years:,
Count 3: Indecent assault



57. Royston Charles FIRST COUNT
Carnal Knowledge of a irl
under twelve years
SECOND COUNT :
Buggery;
58. Tyron James Carnal Knowledgg of a girl
and under twelve years j
Winston Jones c/d Fatboy i
59. Rueben Khan c/d Gadar Carnal knowledgelof a girl
under twelve years
60. Edward Lewis cid Water Works Carnal Knowledge of a girl
under twelve years.
61. Arthur Oggis FIRST COUNT
Carnal Knowledge of a girl
between the age of twelve and
thirteen yeais.
SECOND COUNT
Carnal Knowledge of a girl
between the age of twelve and
thirteen years.
THIRD COUNT
Buggery
FOURTH COUNT (Tuesday) the 7' day of
SJune. 2005 and the following
Indecent assault days.

62. Colin Smith Carnal Knowledge of a girl
under twelve years.
63. Rufus Stephens Carnal Knowledge of a girl
under twelve years


64. Leslie Ogle


FIRST COUNT
Carnal Knowledge of a girl
between the age of twelve years.
SECOND COUNT
Indecent assault

Continued on page 11


NO. I NAME OFACCUSED


OFFENCE


94
44






IIDAY CHRONICLE i Jun 5; 2005

'Continued from page 10 .
LIST OI CASES for trial at the Session of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature (Criminal Jurisdiction) for the Counti of Demerara commencing the
(Tuesday) 7' day ofJune, 2005.


Rape
FIRST COUNT
Rape
SECOND COUNT
Bu.ecr,'


tt


.67. Lyttleton.Caesir . FIRST COUNT '
Rape ,
SECOND COUNT
Robbery with violence
_68. Lennox Cameron .FIRST COUNT
SRape
' : SECONDKCOUNT .
S. Rap
S .. THIRD COUNT
Rape,
.69. Rocky C hun ,and Rape
Kenny Chtitr ''I
70 Ralph Clarke FIRST COUNT
Rape'
S : .. SECOND COUNT
BiUggery
"I Ratle Mc Phoy Rape

72 MNl.oe. De FIRST COLINT
. ... . R a p :e. .
:Ral k
SECOND COLIN F
Robber ur, urder rin
73. I\a;nc Englih Rape
Maion Skeeiv nd
. Renslord Skeete .: : ; '

74 ,tnderew llartle', Rape
5 I'.p. une Rape
-6 herloci-. Lkh Stone Rape
7" Nainm Lems c J Skmnum FIRST COL'NT I
Sape
SECONDD COLNT
B. gery -
S76. Iroy Lewis Rape
"'9. Phillip Mlirr:. Rape .
A0. Errol O SI.lm,, Ra. pe
SJ KenJrck P.rsaud ed Arimn Rape
Raicsh Snglrc/ldToast Rabbitand.
.fuihrBoden cld'iereck Ic
S2 Cal'.in Sha n PhFlliph FIRST COUNT
Rape
SECOND COLNT .
Indecent assault


O(rl.ndo Prii-,,
Bijria Shanks.


Rape
FIRST COUNT
Rape
SECOND COUNT
Buggery


85:: Castel Skeete Rape
86. Walter Thomas Rape


87. Cedric Williams
88. Sampson Williams


Rape
Rape


89. Rayon Wilson cid Jeff FIRST COUNT
SRape
SECOND COUNT
L : ' .' : , R oll'. '
90. NicJil.,l. %,l, h..r .. Rape
Lawrence Ferrier


Lawrence Adams
,lt I I, -, .


t-t H.iiiit 1Itt I. li lll~lh


94.
95.
96.



97.


Seenarine Persaud





Rodwell Simon
Basil Balgobin
Rawle Johnson .

James Andrews
Slloyd I lazel


Arson
i -L,.,r'In leh .u.h.. l i .iI. ,,,
with intent
FIRI (COUNT
Possession of firearm without
licence
I1.( I11) ( 1 N I
Possession of ammunition
without licence
Break and eiiter and larceny
Robbery under arms
N"Murder


'9 Cartlir Id I ..tIc an1d
DwightAlphansQ, o
y'0 Airthj La.aughin Beevon

1011 V\'ckt.nm Scubairan


u I Dion Stanlev
L htl- Geurge
Roy Cox and .
Kinri Marks
102 Abubakir Abdel B.r .inal
..Atu.i Sankar


Esa Ra%.In.i-Scotl





Micheal Assinah


I ''


S1i5. Mohliamed ,\aube and
Keith Fcrreira


\bdJool Salini Rahainan


Count I Pi.'hcr'lunIdi.r .,rmn
Couut 2: C'',rn iaajul' .'
Po e-.eion for lit' pilrpO 0of

Tr.if'flk'ling in t'o.ar..t li

I ''! " \ ir i .
fr..11r..king irm II,ireotr I


i ( fuctlj', I Ihe 7"' d of
1 June 2Ili and ihc I'olliv.ing
. days. '.


Conspiracy to deraiud


FIRST.COLiN.T
Uncnrng forged Power of
Allome.\
SECOND COUNT,
Larcen),
FIRS [ COUNT
Cauing death bh dangernus
drnrin, !ll i
SECONp COlINT
(Cuising death by d.igerius
drin m
THIRD'COUNT N
Causing dc.irh b 'd inigerrou

FOUR COUNT
Cauin.. d.lath hIi dari;cious
dli, ing'
FIFTH COINi T
C l'uisiih' de.lh b% d tJ.irger'tii.U
driving
FIRS COUiNT ,
Cauiilg death b U.mnogerous
dri lugl
SECOND COLUN
Causing death h> dangerou;
dntl ing
Caliring death hb Jdingeirou'u
d r,% inr .


u7 LIc. d Wilson FIRST COUNT i
M.ahniar Buithraim and Larcen,,' nof l.itle
Alzt. Hi,.ai.n SECOND COUNT
Lalrei, nt u.rtl,.c
. THIRD COUNT i
La' " ": .cni of .allik
10S Mark Bens,:h,)p Treason
10.. fPeter Be.s Murder I
11i Er enon Joseph MNurdehi
1 I Dj. t 'Parker FIRST COLIT TI Tud'J.d i 7I' ol
S. Rapei June, 2005 and the following
SECOND.COUNT days.
Buggery
112. Paul Trim Buggery .
113. Edward Hintzen c/d Dougla Murder '
114. Lennic Abrams c/dDinga Rape
115. Kevin King Rape "


117.


119..






121.


122.

( .


Karran Rampersaud
Adrian De Souza


R ".li.-r'


l. r ;i 'I, \ 'ilL


, hllb 'il illi dr
4i:ii \ sI. %


Colin Bacchus
.Royston Bacchus and
Rayon Hoyte


I i l.' ( l )i. 1
Robbery with violence
SECOND COUNT
Dischaiging a loaded firearm
with inlent


4t


Causing death by dangerous
driving
Murtd..'

FIR'uI (O.I01
K I LO t.,

SECOND) COUNT,
Wounding.with intent
I Ii I m.h

Carnal knowledge of a girl
between twelve and thirteen
years
I 1511K <( I I I
Causing grievous bodily harm
with intent to murder
-.I OiNl) ( I .N I
..Wounding with intent


Sita Ramial'


Supreme Court of. udical ure


65. RoyArmstrong
66; Gerald Brown:
Sam6raBoyd and
:Laurice. Gitt'ens. ",


i


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12 SUNDAY CHRONICLE June 5, 2005



Dr. Rodney's anniversary an



opportunity to come clean


JUNE 1st saw the Government
leading national observation
of the life and work of the late Dr.
Walter Rodney. A national exhi-
bition was launched by the Gov-
-ernment Information Agency
(GINA) at the National Library.


In my remarks at the launch-
ing of the exhibition, I made
the following points, which I
wish to repeat:
"The question we may
ask ourselves is why do we
celebrate the life of this indi-
vidual? The answer is
straightforward: Dr. Rodney
was undoubtedly one of the
greatest historians and an in-
tellectual par excellence. More
significantly, he embodied the
desire for lasting national
unity; a zeal and commitment
to building lasting national
unity. equal to that of the fa-
ther of the independence
struggle former President Dr.
Cheddi Jagan.
"One of my personal re-


grets was not being able to
meet Dr. Rodney. And that is
on the account that the year
Dr. Rodney returned to
Guyana was the year of my
birth and the year he was
killed, I was still a toddler. My
regret, I have no doubt, is
shared by thousands of oth-
ers in my current generation.
"That Dr. Rodney joined
the struggle being charted by
the PPP for an end to the dic-
tatorship, division and under-
development made him an
obvious target of the politi-
cal brutality and violence
which characterized the gov-
ernment of that day.
"From the time Dr.
Rodney returned in 1974, the


PNC dictatorship declared
him an enemy of the state. He
was denied employment at
the University of Guyana, to
be followed by years of ha-
rassment and subsequent
brutal death. Could you imag-
ine that one of our greatest
minds, loved and respected
throughout the world, par-
ticularly on the continent of
Africa was denied the oppor-
tunity to share his knowledge
and even earn a living in the
land of his birth?
"Most disturbing was the
State policy then to erase the
legacy and even the name Walter
Rodney from the consciousness
of our people. To have men-
tioned the name Rodney was
considered heresy.
"In celebrating the life
and work of Dr. Rodney, we
cannot ignore the political re-
ality and tyranny of the day.
Certain political' operatives
then believed in the policy of
violence as a means of deal-
ing with political opposition,
consequently Dr. Rodney
became a victim of that
policy. He was not alone: the


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GRANT# GYA-304-GOI-H
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
HEALTH SECTOR DEVELOPMENT UNIT

VACANCY

1. The Co-operative Republic of Guyana has received
financing from the Global Fund towards the fight against
AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis. It is intended that part of
the proceeds of this financing will be applied to eligible
payments under the contract for the supply of Goods and
Services.

2. The Health Sector Development Unit of the Ministry of
Health now invites applications for the vacant positions of
Area Nurse Supervisor in the following Regions: 2, 3, 4, 6,
and 10.

3. Prospective applicants can uplift a copy of the Terms of
Reference from:

The Procurement Officer: Prakash Sookdeo
Health Sector Development Unit
Georgetown Public Hospital Cooperation Compound
East Street
Georgetown, Guyana
Tel. No.: 226-2425, 226-6222
Fax: 225-6559
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4. Closing date for the receipt of applications is June 13, 2005
at 4.30pm at the office of the Health Sector Development
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Fax: 225-6559, Email mohgoh(@networksgy_.com


Corentyne Ballot Martyrs -
Jagan Ramsessar and
Bholanauth Paramanand in
1973; Ohini Kouana and Ed-


MR. ROBERT PERSAUD


ward Dublin in 1979 and 1980;
and later Fr. Bernard Darke.
The freedom and democracy
we enjoy today is due to theirs
and many others' sacrifice.
"Those with blood on
their hands need to come
clean. Perhaps, one of the
greatest mistakes that we
have made as a nation is when


we failed to go the route of
South Africa in the establish-
ment of a Truth and Recon-
ciliation Commission. We
missed a golden opportunity*
to come to terms with our sad
past. Any nation needs to ex-
orcise the ghost of the past.
"And perhaps there might
now be a window of oppor-


REGION
2


3


4&5


6


DATE

June 22-24


July 6 8


June 15 17


June 29 -July


Wyi i


tunity to deal with the past:
not to recriminate and seek
revenge, but to come to ac-
cept past mistakes and
pledge to not to repeat these.
"His Excellency President
Bharrat Jagdeo's recent sup-
port for an inquiry into the
source of all political vio-
lence, such as political killings
has been well-received. As a
nation, we need closure. More
importantly and even sadly,
there are those who are still
politically active in the oppo-
sition who can help in bring-
ing this closure. Perhaps, this
month of celebration of the
life and work of Dr. Rodney is
an opportune time for them.
to summon the courage to
come clean.
"The most important les- -
son we can draw from Dr.
Rodney's life and work is his
uncompromising commitment
to national unity. And as we
reflect we must ensure that
the mistakes of the past are
never, never repeated.
"Let's continue the
struggle of Dr. Walter
Rodney as we celebrate his
life and work."


VENUE
Quality Control Lab
Anna Regina, Essequibo


Quality Control Lab
Crane, West Coast Demerara

Quality Control Lab
Rice Research Station, Burma


Quality Control Lab
Corriverton
.. .. . .. I . . . .


Audience:This training course is oped to interested farmers,
millers and other operatives within the rice sector.
Registration Fee: $10,000.00 per participant (includes course
materials and meals)
Courses commence: at 09:00 hrs 16:00 hrs each day.
Registration forms can be uplifted from Regional Co-ordinators
in each Region above stated or from the Quality Control Manager
at its Head Office, 116 -117 Cowan Street, Kingston.
MANAGEMENT ,


GUYANA RICE DEVELOPMENT BOARD




The Guyana Rice Development Board will be conducting a Paddy
and Rice Grading & Warehouse Management Course at its Regional
Laboratories as follows:







SUNDAY CHRONICLE June 5, 2005 13


Old settlements being regularised




Sand Reef residents



to receive land titles



in three months


to see the community of Sand
Reef regularised, and I would like
to thank you for facilitating the
process."
According to GINA,
Savitri Persaud, a Sand Reef
resident said, .I am very happy
with the work Mr. Baksh has
done to ensure that we receive
our land titles. I've been living


here for over twenty nine years,
so this is long over due."
Another resident, David
Gopaul, indicated that, "The land
title would make it easier for me
to approach the bank and receive
a loan. This is really good because
I've been living here for thirty
nine years, and I can use the loan
to repair my house."


Several old
settlenments including
.Vigilance North and
Anchorville, Port Mourant,
are in the process of being
regularised, which is part of
Government's programme to
regularise undeveloped areas,
and impart ownership of land
to residents.


'THE land belonigs to the
people who have been
occupying it for decades,
not the Government. I am
happy to see the community
of Sand Reef regularised,
and I would like to thank
you for facilitating the
process.' Minister Shaik
Baksh

IN KEEPING with
Government's plans to
regularise settlements across
the country, residents of Sand
Reef, Annandale north on
Friday began the process of
conveyancing, which would
enable them to acquire land
titles within the next three to
four months.
According to the
Government Information
Agency (GINA), Minister of
Housing and Water, ShaikBaksh,
met with members of the
community, at the Annandale
Primary School, to discuss
issues pertaining to their claims,


and applications for land
titles.
The Minister
noted that in some areas,
residents have settled for
over a hundred years on
lands which have never
been placed in their
ownership. Government's
programme is tailored to
address and correct this
situation, which, according
to the Minister, should
have been corrected
decades ago.
"The Ministry
will continue to work
assiduously to ensure that
everyone who has
occupied land in old
settlement areas obtain
land titles," Minister Baksh
indicated.
The regularisation
process, the Minister said,
is sometimes impeded by
residents who are not
willing to permit the
passage of roads or drains
through sections of land
that they occupy. This is


evident in the Marshon
Sands area, also in
Annandale, where some
individuals are reluctant to
compromise in such
circumstances. However,
once a majority of residents
sign the relevant petition to
have an area regularised,
appropriate action will have
to be taken to ensure that this
is accomplished, the
Minister noted.
A road which leads
to the Annandale Primary
School was recently built by
the Ministry of Housing and
Water to facilitate easy access
for students and residents of
the area.
Minister Baksh
was very happy to see these
initiatives realized, and
indicated that this was a
personal milestone and
accomplishment in his career
as Minister.
"The land belongs
to the people who have been
occupying it for decades, not
the Government. I am happy


VACANCY





GPL is inviting ac:.lilati.r-is from P1-_i,' ter-I r -luries for tl- po, of Industrial
Nurse now *...: irit in ie c' -rpe,.on, Tr-e inciuJ n t l.':-uIcli function as an
integral part of the I-umI.r n r'esourcie De eic.rn-?r op,,ertirr, s-'4:: r;,t:.1:
for the r --.:lic:l aspect of the C'-,:.,li..:-llt nal H'ealtn :ri .rlt-t/y and
Environmental programmes.


* Acquire, issue n-J n, r:,rrtor Fir-t Aid supplies t.,r ecich GPL location.
* Devise and implement health care pr..rornmn-e;
* Render First Aid and other rnerical a',s;istance to employees who
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* Monitor certified First Aiders to ensure their readiness to render aid
in the event of emergency.
* Disseminate information o.n-rne.-:i --l and occupational health matters



* State Registered Nurse (S.R.N.) Certification or equivalent qualification,
* Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety with at least five (5) years
o experience in an industrial environment.
*A minimum of five (5) years post graduate service at a -.!:.r -ii.

Interested nurses may send applications before Friday
1 7 June 2005 to the:

Deputy Human Resources Manager
GUYANA POWER & LIGHT, INC
257/9 Middle Street
Cummingsbrug
Georgetown


Minister of Housing and Water, Shaik Baksh, interacts with residents of Sand Reef,
Annandale North during a visit today at the Annandale Primary School, as residents began
the conveyancing process for land titles.







MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
Director of Higher Education

The Ministry of Education is looking for a dynamic and flexible individual to fill the position of
Director-of Higher Education. The individual would report directly to the Minister of Education
through the Permanent Secretary and will have similar status to that of the Chief Education Officer
and would be responsible for the Strategic planning and development of higher education and
research.

He will be responsible for coordinating the functions of:
The University of Guyana
Cyril Potter College of Education
Guyana Agricultural Institute
All Government Tertiary Technical Institutions
The National Accreditation Council
NCTVE

His functions will be:
Further the development of tertiary education
Maintain a continuous review of the needs for higher education
Assist in the coordination of state investment in higher education and prepare proposals
for such investment by way of strategic development and quality assurance plans
Assist in the Coordination of grants and loans among tertiary institutions
Articulate and integrate the various tertiary education programmes

The Specific Tasks of the Director will include:
Advise the Minister of Education on education policies, practices and procedures,
: Development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the national work
Programme.
Coordinate the examination of issues that inform education polices on Higher
E-ILJC -tIIClr, practices and procedures and advise the Minister and Permanent Secretary
on such pertinent issues.
Articulate Higher Education policies and define strategies for their implementation

Qualifications:
1. A Degree or equivalent qualification in education or a related field
2. At least ten (10) years experience as a practitioner in Higher Education

SAll applications must be addressed to:

The Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Education
26 Brickdam
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Georgetown. http //www.gina gov gy






J $---- NA HDNiC June 5,200,5


'Keep abreast


of new


techniques'


Sawh urges Ruby

farmers


(GINA) Minister of
Agriculture, Fisheries,
Other Crops and Livestock,
Satyadeow Sawh has urged
farmers of Ruby, Region
Three (Essequibo Islands/
West Demerara) to keep
abreast of scientific farming.
He made the remarks
Friday during a follow-up visit
to the area to monitor drainage


works.
During the Minister's
first visit in November 2004, he
promised farmers that a number
of drainage works will be
undertaken by the Regional
Administration and members of
the National Drainage and
Irrigation Board (ND&IB).
Those works were on
stream, but had to be stopped


Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Other Crops and Livestock, Satyadeow Sawh, chats with young Ruby farmers. (GINA
photo)


A A

FISCAL AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (FFMPI.,L
EXECUTING AGENCY: NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

The Government of Guyana (GOG) has concluded a Loan Contract (1551/SFGY) with the
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to support the implementation of the Fiscal and Financial
, management Program (FFMP). The overriding purpose of this program is to promote efficient,:
transparent and accountable management of fiscal affairs. The FFMP is comprised of three (3).
Sub-components, namely: Strengthening public sector financial management; Reforming tax
policy and tax administration; and Building auditing and fiduciary oversight capacity. The Ministry
of finance (MOF) is the Executing Agency for the FFMP and the coordination of the
implementation of the Program is being undertaken by the Program Coordination Unit (PCU)
based therein. Each Sub-component of the FFMP is to be implemented directly by the agency (ies)
concerned. In the case of '1.3 (i)' above, the National Assembly, has sole responsibility for the
implementation of the approved Operational Work Plan (OWP) for Subcomponent iii. To this end,
it has established a Program Execution Unit (PEU), which is charged with the responsibility of
implementing the OWP on enhancing Fiscal and Fiduciary Oversight to support the effectiveness
of the Economic Services Committee (ESC) and Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

The PEU on behalf of the National Assembly hereby invites applications from suitably qualified
candidates for the below listed vacant position.

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

This job is initially for one year with the likelihood of renewal.

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POST

4 At least a First Degree in Social Sciences or equivalent and a minimum three years
experience as a Research Assistant and/or five years experience in similar capacity

4 Proven writing, reading and interpersonal skills .

.. Excellent computer skills including conducting research on the internet

Knowledge of Policies and Procedures of National Assembly in Guyana compared with
other countries, would be advantageous

Detailed Terms of Reference for the post referred to above may be obtained from:.

Confidential Secretary/Administrative Assistant
Fiscal and Financial Management Program
Public Buildings
Brickdam Stabroek, Georgetown
Telephone No. 227-7026

*TM^Ihp r.a~tef~ qqa iosa81,July Q,.


because the unprecedented
January floods diverted funds to
priority areas that were under
water.
However, the works
are now currently ongoing in the
area, while roadwork is
scheduled to commence shortly.
Farmers complained to
Minister Sawh that some of the
works being undertaken by some
of the contractors are
unacceptable. They said that
those works are mainly the
cleaning of canals.
Minister Sawh
instructed the Regional Officials
and members of the ND&IB to
investigate the complaints.
The farmers expressed


satisfaction, noting that they
only want what is best for their
community.
The Regional Executive
Officer (REO), Iqbaul Khan,
pledged to supply farmers with
wooden materials, cement and
zinc to construct a small health
hut to facilitate the monthly visit
of a Medex, who used, the Ruby
Back Primary School to attend
to patients.
The hut however, will
have to be constructed by the
farmers who readily agreed to
render their assistance..
The REO also pledged
to provide farmers with several
lengths of 18-inch pipelines,
which will be used as an


underground drainage system for.
the new road to be constructed
in the community.
Rehabilitation work
was also undertaken by -he
Region to the Ruby Back,;
Primary School roof, which was .'
in a deplorable state.
Minister Sawh told
farmerstheyshouldhavenoproblem.
ininigatingtheirlandsand urgethem
to continue farming.
He also urged them.
to improve themselves, as-
farming is not what it was 30
years ago. He pointed out that
there are new scientific ways.
of planting and they must keep
abreast in keeping with their:
markets.


ECCLES/RAMSBURG
Peter's Hall, East Bank Demerara
Tel: 233-5515; Fax: 233-5915
Motto: Working Together for a Better Community
NEIGHBOURHOOD DEMOCRATIC COUNCIL


Tenders are hereby invited from suitably qualified contractors to undertake the following
works:

Eccles West of Public Road Wooden Revetment to secondary drain 4 feet-wide.
Republic Park/Nandy Park Clearing of vegetation and weeds, along with desilting
outfalls to abandoned canal approximately 20 -feet wide.
Peter's Hall West of Public Road Rehabilitation of School Street, along with the
construction of concreted facade drain.

Tender Documents could be uplifted from the NDC Office during normal working hours at
a non-refundable fee of $1,000 (one thousand dollars) each. Contractors must submit
valid GRA and NIS Compliances along with any other relevant documents.

Each tender must be submitted in plain envelopes and addressed to:

The Chairman
Regional Tender Board
Region # 4-Paradise
East Coast Demerara

Whilst the top left hand corner must read 'Tender for work at Eccles/Ramsburg' and
deposited in the Regional Tender Box at Paradise, to reach not later than 10:00 hrs on
Wednesday, June 15, 2005 which is the time of opening.

Contractors and/or their representatives are invited to be present.

By Order of
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AND THE SECOND SUNDAY IN EVERY MONTH
Please note that bills can be paid until 6:00 pm (1800 hrs)
Monday to Friday and until 2:00 pm (1400 hrs) on Saturday
at GT& T's Business Office, 78 Church Street, Georgetown
and at these following Bill Express Locations:

R & S Shopping Centre, Belvedere Public Road, Corentyne

J's Supermarket, 131 Essex St. & Republic Road,
New Amsterdam, Berbice

Neighborhood Pharmacy, 54 Second Avenue, Bartica

Nigel's Supermarket, 44-45 Robb & Light Sts., Bourda

Johnny P Supermarket, 1571 Aubrey Barker Road,
S/R/Vdt Park


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reception hosted Iby the President at State House. (Photos by Sandra Prince, courtesy Office of the President)
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morning robbery


WO MEN are in cus
tody following a dar
ing break-in and
armed robbery early yester-
day morning at a 'C' Field
Sophia residence which net-
ted close to $500,000 worth
of booty in jewellery, liquid
cash and an assortment of
household items, including a
generator.
The two are believed to be
part of a seven-man gang of
masked hoodlums that forced
their way into the home of GEB
staffer, Wavett Walters, beat and
terrorised members of her imme-
diate family, then proceeded to
sack it for close to two hours be-
fore making good their escape.
The incident reportedly oc-
curred around 02:30 hrs to 03:00
hrs.
According to Walters' sib-
ling, Wavel, who was the oldest
of the six persons home at the
time, including two babies, and
who most felt the wrath of the
intruders, he was asleep when
the bandits struck, but was
roused by the frantic shouts for
help of one of his nephews.
The lad, who was awake at
the time, was alerted that some-
thing was amiss by the unmis-
takable scrape of glass on metal.
Upon investigation, the uncle
said, he saw that several panes
of one of the louvre-type win-
dows had been removed.
The bandits, apparently, had
planned on gaining easy entry
by getting one of their men in-
side the house via the window,
so he could open the door. After
this ploy failed, they proceeded
to break down the portal with
the aid of a crow-bar and a gen-
erous round of gunfire.
According to Wavel, who is
employed with a leading City
contracting firm, one of the men
was armed with what appeared
to be a pump rifle, while another
carried a cutlass. At least three
others had hand guns of varying
makes and calibers, he said.
He said he came out of his
bedroom just as they were about
to enter the house, but was
powerless to do anything in the
face of so much fire-power. One
of the bandits gun-butted him in


the head, while another dealt
him several lashes across his
back with a cutlass.
Wavel and his nephew were
trussed up and made to lie face
down on the ground, while his
two nieces, aged 16 and 18,


were used as guides to locate
whatever perceived valuables
were in the house. At one point
in the search, the bandits threat-
ened to kill one of the babies.
His sister was not at home
at the time.


The matter was reported
to the Sparendaam police who
were said to be very respon-
sive. Both suspects, one of
whom is from the area, were
held later in the morning.
(Linda Rutherford)


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(hereinafter referred to as the Commission) will commence the inspection of
existing land parcels. in- the Land Tenure Regularisation Area(s) (hereinafter
referred to as the Regularisation Area(s)) specified in the SCHEDULE hereto
twenty-one (21) days after the publication of this Notice.
In order to ensure that the rights, titles and interests of all persons with respect to
such land parcels are recorded, NOTICE is also further given that -
Any person who claims any right, title or interest in and to any land in the
Regularisation Area(s) whether under and by virtue .of any document or
otherwise must apply to the Commission to record such right, title or interest.
All persons affected by this Notices are asked to note that the recording of the
said rights, titles and interests shall commence immediately after the publication
of this Notice and shall continue for a period of three (3) months at the Guyana
Lands & Surveys Commission Field Office at Garrison Hill, Matthews Ridge
during normal office hours, Monday to Friday (except public holidays).
NOTICE is also hereby given that from the date of this Notice the Commissioner
of Lands and Surveys will not accept any application for grant, lease, licence or
permission to occupy any public land in the Regularisation Area(s)..
SCHEDULE
Public land lying within the junction of the Matthews Ridge/Arakaka
Road to the Matthews Ridge Airstrip and being south of the Railway
Reserve, Matthews Ridge, North West District, County of Essequibo,
Guyana.

Dated this 2nd day of June 2005.
Andrew R Bishop
Commissioner
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Ministry displeased over newspaper article


HE Ministry of Fish
series, Crops and
Livestock has
charged that a recent article
in the Stabroek News seeks


(Trinidad Guardian) Oppo-
sition Leader Basdeo Panday
may be shooting himself in
the foot by opting to stay in
prison rather than accessing
bail for the corruption charge
he now faces.
Panday, who spent his
fourth night at the Maximum
State Prison in Arouca Friday
night, missed Friday's sitting of
Parliament.
According to the Standing
Orders of the House of Repre-
sentatives, if a member misses
six consecutive sittings without
the permission of the Speaker,
then the member's seat can be
declared vacant and a by-elec-
tion will have to be called.
Panday, who is jointly
charged along with his wife Oma
for corruptly receiving 25,000
(approximately TT$290,000)
from former Works Minister
Carlos John and Ish
Galbaransingh in .connection
with the Piarco Airport devel-
opment project, has cautioned
members from taking the
$750,000 bail set for him.
The Couva North MP is
scheduled to reappear in the


to bring into disrepute the
methods used by the Minis-
try and the Government in
arriving at decisions. The
article also impugns the


Port-of-Spain Mag
Court on Tuesday.
However, if he re
jail, Panday may lik
more than six consecu
sions before Parliame
vacation.


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BASDEO PAND
Asked if Panday I
sidered this circumstan
he opted to stay beh
while his matter was b
termined, UNC chairm
Mark said he did not t
Asked to comment


character of officials work-
ing within the Ministry, a
statement said.
The Ministry, in a release,
expressed its "displeasure and


gistrates issue, attorney Anand Ramlogan
said the intention behind the
mains in section was to deal with a Par-
ely miss liamentarian who was not inter-
itive ses- ested in performing his duties.
ent takes "For example, a parliamen-
tarian who prefers to sit in a bar
and drink rather than attend the
X sitting, that Parliamentarian is a
delinquent.
"I don't think it is meant to
deal with a situation where it is
impossible for one to fulfil his
duties," Ramlogan said.
He recalled that fonner PNM
MP Gordon Draper was on pro-
longed leave, working for years
~' with the United Nations in South
Africa and missing consecutive Par-
liament sittings, but his seat was not
declared vacant
The same could be said of Dr.
Rudranath Capildeo, who was a
WDER scientist based in London, he said.
MAY "I don't see the conse-
quences of that having anything
had con- to do with the impossibility of
ice when him not performing his duty.
ind bars "The reason might not be as
being de- relevant as much as it is a mat-
aan Wade ter of fact," Ramlogan said.
think so. "According to Parliamen-
it on the tary tradition and given the ex-


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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY








The High Commission of Canada is looking for an
experienced Butler. Incumbent is responsible for the routine
maintenance and upkeep of the Official Residence (OR)
building, systems and equipment; prepares the OR for official
functions; organises and delivers food and drinks service at
official functions; supervises OR staff. Candidates must have:

a minimum of five years experience as a butler or
senior staff in a residence of high standing,

pool maintenance and

staff supervision.

Incumbent must also possess strong client service and
efficientinterpersonal skills. A driver's licence is an additional
asset. The High Commission offers a competitiVe salary and'
benefit package (GYD $824,000) per annum. Interested
applicants should send their Curriculum Vitae and 3 recent
references by June 15,2005 to:

Competition 05/03
Canadian High Commission
High and Young Streets
Georgetown


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disapproval "over the article
headlined 'Pritipaul Singh boats
deemed untouchable' carried in
the June 3, 2005, edition of the
Business Supplement of the


ample cited, it would really be
a marked departure if the
Speaker were not to accept, to
take notice of what is public
knowledge. That the man is be-
hind bars."
He admitted the Speaker
might very well opt to declare
the seat vacant if Panday re-
mains behind bars.
"That could have legal,
political and social conse-
quences, but if that happens,
there is nothing in law to
prevent Panday from contest-
ing the by-election from jail.
He has not been convicted of
any crime."


Stabroek News.
According to the release,
the anonymous writer of the ar-
ticle, who apparently was privy
to the confidential information
at a meeting held on the day
prior to the publishing of the ar-
ticle, was able to "distort this
information and sensationalise
the issue."
"On Wednesday June 1,
2005, Minister. Satyadeow
Sawh met officials from
Pritipaul Singh Investments and
on Thursday June 2, 2005, met
a delegation from the Guyana
Association of Trawler Opera-
tors. Included in this delegation
was Mr. Kit Nascimento, Pub-
lic Relations Advisor to the As-
sociation.
"The matter involving an
application from Pritipaul
Singh Ifivestments for li-
cences to harvest seabobs
clearly required technical
consultations. Minister Sawh
promised that decision would
be made on Monday June 6,
2005. It is in this context, and


with concern for the perish-
able nature of the catch on
board the returning trawlers,
that the Minister, in the de-
liberate exercise of discretion
available to him, ordered that
the application of the law be
stayed until a decision is
made," the release stated.
It added that the Ministry
will not be influenced in its ef-
fort to apply scientific prin-
ciples and economic analyses in
arriving at a just decision, and
"crude attempts to exert pres-
sure in one direction or the other
will not succeed."
The release also charged
that the writer conveniently
omitted the efforts of the gov-
ernment earlier this year to
find a solution to the escalat-
ing fuel prices among other
issues in the entire fishing
industry, and that such dis-
cussions would not support
the contention that there is
discrimination in the indus-
try as is being claimed in the
article.


MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
CAPITAL WORKS
GUYANA POLICE FORCE, GUYANA FIRE SERVICE

The Ministry of Home Affair invites eligible Contractors to submit sealed Tenders for the
undermentioned works:

GUYANA POLICE FORCE

Repairs and Rehabilitation to:

a. Wales Police Station
b. Felix Austin Police College Corentyne
c. No. 51 Police Station Corentyne
d. Felix Austin Police College Admin Building Eve Leary
e. Central Police Station New Amsterdam
f. Cove and John Police Station East Coast Demerara

GUYANA FIRE SERVICE

Repairs and Rehabilitation to New Amsterdam Fire Station

Tender Documents relative to the above may be purchased from the Cashier, Ministry of Home
Affairs, Brickdam, Georgetown for a non-refundable fee of five thousand ($5,000.00) dollars each
during normal working hours.

Tenders mustbe enclosed in sealed envelopes bearing no identity of the Tenderers on the outside.
Each envelope should state clearly the name of the project, for example, 'General Repairs and
Rehabilitation to Wales Police Station' at the top left hand comer.

Valid Compliance Certificates from the Commissioner General of the Guyana Revenue Authority
(GRA) and the General Manager of the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) must be submitted with
each Tender.

Tenders must be addressed to:

The Chairman
National Board of Procurement and Tender Administration
Ministry of Finance:
Main and Urquhart Streets
Georgetown

and deposited in the Tender Box at the above address no later than Q900 hours on Tuesday 21st
June 2005.

Tenders will be opened at 0900 hours on Tuesday 21st June 2005 in the presence of Tenderers
or their designated representatives who choose to attend the opening at the Ministry of Finance.

The Ministry of Home Affairs reserves the right to reject any Tender without assigning reason (s)
for such rejection or not necessarily awarding to the lowest Tender.

Angela Johnson
Permanent Secretary on .Government ads can be viewed on
Permanent Secretary .... http:/www.gina.gov.gy


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-NATIONAL BANK
OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE LIMITED
A SOhesd of i Republic Bank Limited FFER

In the continued support of academic excellence and increasing our country's knowledge and skills base, our Bank now expands its
education focus with the offer of an annual scholarship in one of the following subject areas at the University of Guyana. These areas
have been identified because of (1) their importance to the development of the key local sectors, Agriculture and Forestry and (2) the
increasing need for qualified persons in Civil Engineering and Hydraulics.
Below we detail the areas from among which the successful candidate will be chosen.
Please note that ONLY ONE student per year will be selected from among all applicants. The successful applicant will benefit from a
full scholarship to attend the University for the duration of his/her selected programme of study. An annual review of the student's
academic and other performance will guide the continuation of the scholarship offer.


Faculty of Agriculture & Forestry
1. Degree in Agriculture'(Animal Science)
2. Degree in Agriculture (Crop Science)
3. Degree in Agriculture (Soil Science)
4. Degree in Forestry
Faculty of Technology
B.Sc. Degree in Civil Engineering


In selecting the most suitable candidate, the following criteria
will be examined:


The Applicant must:
have been accepted by the University of Guyana for the
chosen degree programme
demonstrate need for financial assistance
demonstrate leadership qualities and commitment to
academic and extra curricular activities
be of good character
be no more than 25 years old at time of application
demonstrate a commitment to the development of
Guyana
indicate a link between chosen field of study and career
goals
Continuation of scholarship support will be determined by
performance a grade point average of 3.0 is ideal.


The Applicant must:
have been accepted by the University of Guyana to read
for the Master's degree
have graduated with a grade point average of at least
3.0
demonstrate need for financial assistance
demonstrate strong leadership qualities and commitment
to academic and extra curricular activities
be of good character
be no more than 30 years old at time of application
demonstrate a commitment to the development of
Guyana
demonstrate research skills and involvement in activities
that are scientific in nature ,,


Faculty of Natural Sciences
1. B.Sc. Degree in Agricultural Biology
2. B.Sc. Degree in Coastal Resources Management
& Conservation
3. Master of Science Degree in Forest Biology


- Leadership qualities and commitment to academic and extra
curricular activities
: Membership / affiliation to youth groups and service
organizations
: Role performed / position held in youth groups and
service organizations
: Extent of involvement (number of organizations, years
of service)
- Good Character
: References provided by the applicant
: Infringements of the law
- Must demonstrate a commitment to the development of
Guyana
: This will be derived from responses to specific questions,
re:
role individual sees for himself / herself after
graduation
future plans


Application forms can be uplifted froin:
NSIC Education Centre ,
177-178 Waterloo Street, North Cummingsburg
Georgetown, Guyana
or from the Bank's website: www.nbicgy.com
Please subaiit your coinpletedforms to:
The Chairperson
Education Committee, NBIC Education Centre
1.77-178 Waterloo Street, North Cummingsburg
Georgetown, Guyana
The closing date for submission of applications is
Friday, June 23, 2005.


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Religion, suicide



terrorism link




disputed in book


By Patricia Wilson

A SURGE in suicide attacks
in Iraq and elsewhere around
the world is a response to
territorial occupation and has
no direct link with Islamic
fundamentalism, according to
the author of a new book who
has, created a database of
such bombings over the past
25 years.
Robert Pape, associate pro-
fessor of political science at the
University of Chicago, said
most suicide terrorists were
well-integrated -and productive
members of their communities
from working-class or middle-
class backgrounds.
"Technicians, waitresses,
security guards, ambulance driv-
ers, paramedics ... few are crimi-
nals. Most are volunteers whose
first act of violence is their very
own suicide attack," Pape told
Reuters in an interview.
A broad misunderstanding
of th" issue, he said, is taking
the U.S.-led war on terrorism in
the wrong direction and could
.in fact be fueling an increase in
suicide terrorism.
/Pape has created what he
calls the first comprehensive
database on every suicide terror-
ist attack in the world since
1980, using Arabic, Hebrew,
Tamil and Russian-language
sources.
The U.S. Departments of
Defense and Homeland Secu-
rity, as well as the U.N. Secre-
tary General's office were look-
ing at the information, he said.
Some insurgent leaders in
Iraq have cast suicide attacks in
holy-war terms. President Bush
has called such attacks a tactic
of "enemies of freedom" driven


by a "thirst for absolute
power."
HOMELANDS
"Islamic fundamentalism is
not ,the primary driver of sui-,
cide terrorism," Pape said.
"Nearly all suicide terrorist at-
tacks are committed for a secu-
lar strategic goal to compel
modern democracies to with-
draw military forces from terri-
tory the terrorists view as their
homeland."
"'Yes. it's true we're killing
terrorists day by day, but the
real measure of suicide terrorism
is simply the number of at-
tacks," said Pape. "The prob-
lem with suicide terrorism is
that it's not supply limited, it's
demand-driven."
Pape cited suicide terrorism
campaigns from Lebanon to Is-
rael, Chechnya and Sri Lanka,
where he said major democracies
- the LInited States, Israel,
France, India, Russia had been
the pnncipal targets.
In "Dying to Win: The Stra-
tegic Logic of Suicide Terror-
ism', Pape writes that the
world's most prolific suicide
terrorist organisation is the
Tamil Tigers a secular, Hindu
group in Sn Lanka which he said
invented the "suicide belt."
Iraq, he said, was a prime
example of strategic terrorism.
Prior to the U.S.-led invasion in
March 2003 there was "never in
Iraq's history a suicide terrorist
attack" but since then they had
doubled e\ ery year.
There has been a sharp es-
calation in violence, especially
suicide attacks, since Iraq's new
Shi'iie Islamist-led cabinet was
announced in late April. More
than 700 Iraqis and 78 U.S. so1-


diers were killed in bombings
and other attacks in May, mak-
ing it the deadliest month in Iraq
since January.
Pape collected demographic
information on 462 suicide at-
tackers who completed their
missions and said he found that
the common wisdom was
wrong.
"The standard stereotype of
a suicide attacker as a lonely in-
dividual on the margins of soci-
ety with a miserable existence is
actually quite far from the
truth," he said.
Pape, who has been invited
to discuss his analysis with a
bipartisan group of U.S. con-
gressmen, said he hoped his
book would demonstrate to
policymakers that a presumed
connection between suicide at-
tacks and Islamic fundamental-
ism is misleading and could con-
tribute to policies that worsen
the situation.
The U.S. government had
only "a partial understanding" of
what has been driving suicide
terrorism because it did not be-
gin collecting data until 2000,
Pape said.
"Once you have a more
complete picture you can see
that the main cause of suicide
terrorism is a response to for-
eign occupation, not Islamic
fundamentalism, and the use of
heavy combat forces to trans-
form a Muslim society is only
likely to increase the number of
suicide terrorists as is now hap-
pening."
'Car bomb': Iraqi men in-
jured in a suicide car bomb
attack are treated at
Baghdad's Yarmouk Hospital
June 1, 2005. (Faleh Kheiber/
Reuters)


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GOVERNMENT OF THE CO-OPERATIVE REPUBLIC OF GUYANA
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
EDUCATION FOR ALL FAST TRACK INITIATIVE (EFA-FTI)
Grant No. 053679

CONTRACTORS FOR THE UTILITIES UPGRADING SCHOOLS

The Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana has received a grant from the
International Development Association (IDA), and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this
grant to minor Civil Works (upgrading of utilities sanitary facilities, water & electricity) at sixteen
(16) Primary Schools under the Ministry of Education, Education For All Fast Track Initiative.

Contracting services are required on the educational institutes listed below:
Name of School Location
Package A Individual
Schools
1 Lalini Primary Laluni Creek, Linden Soesdyke Highway, Region 4
2 St. Cuthbert's Primary St Cuthbert's Mission, Unden Soesdyke Highway,
Region 4
3 Low Wood Primary Low Wood, Demerara River, Region 4
4. Abary Primary Abary River, West Coast Berbice, Region 5
5. Grass Hook Primary Grass Hook, Mahaica Creek, Region 5
6. Zorg Primary New Forest, East Canje, Berbice, Region 6
Package B- Combined
Schools
7. Augusburg Primary Burma Branch Road, East Coast Demerara, Region 5
Karamat Primary Mora Point, Mahicony River
8. Tacouba Primary Tacouba Mission, Canje River, Region 6
Bara Cara Primary Bara Cara, Canje River, Region 6
9. Friends Primary Friends, East Bank Berbice, Region 6
Ughttown Primary Lighttown, East Bank Berbice, Region 6
10 Plegt-Anker Primary Plegt-Anker, East Bank Berbice, Region 6
Schepmoed Primary Schepmoed Village, East Bank Berbice, Region 6
11. St. Andrew's Primary -1 Avenue of the Republic, Georgetown
Agricola Primary Agricola, East Bank Public Road, Georgetown

The Ministry of Education, Education For All Fast Track Initiative (EFA-FTI) now invites eligible
Contractors to submit quotations) for schools listed above. A Contractor will be selected in
accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods or
Works.

Bids shall be valid for a period of thirty (30) days after Bid opening and shall be delivered to the
National Procurement and Tender Administration Board on or before June 28, 2005 not later than
9:00am.

The Bidder shall seal the original and a copy of the Bid in two inner envelopes and one outer
envelope, duly marking the inner envelopes as "ORIGINAL" and "COPY". The inner envelopes,
shall be placed in a sealed envelope bearing the address given in the letter of Invitation to Quote,
and on which should be also written "QUOTATION FOR UTILITIES UPGRADING SCHOOLS"

The inner and outer envelopes shall:
1. be addressed to the Employer at the address provided in the Bidding Document
(Preliminaries);
2. bear the name of the school; and
3. provide a warning "Do not open before the specified time and date" for Bid opening
as defined in the Invitation to Quote.

All documents must be placed in a sealed envelope addressed to:

The Chairman
National Procurement and Tender Administration Board
Ministry of Finance
Main & Urquhart Streets
Georgetown, Guyana.

and placed in the Tender Box located on the Middle floor of the Ministry of Finance Building on or
before June 28, 2005 not later than 9:00 hours. Bidders or their representatives are invited to the
opening.

Interested Contractors can uplift "Tender documents" from the Finance Department of the
EFA-FTI unit, address below, between the hours 8:30hrs to 15:00hrs Monday to Friday, for a
non-refundable cost of five thousand Guyanese dollars $5,000.00 (GUY).

Payments can be made by Manager's Cheque, Bank Draft or Cash. Cheques must be addressed
to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education.

Tender documents can be reviewed prior to purchasing at:

Ministry of Education
Education For All Fast Track Initiative (Finance Department)
Lot 3 Battery Road,
Kingston, Georgetown, GUYANA
Tele: 592-226-0046, Fax: 592-226-0506.


Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Education


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heavy showers and chances of .intermittent rain. Occurrences
of thunder can be expected along the coastal and near inland
locations:
WINDS: Northeasterly to Soumnerly at 1 to 5m.p.s.
WAVES: Moderately 'high 2 Orm in open. waters.
HIGH 'TIDE: 2 85m ai 02-38n
LOW TIDE: 0 65m at .09-11h
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SUNRISE: 05-36r
SUNSET: 18-06h
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE: The maximum temperature
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MINIMUM TEMPERATURE: 22 0 24 OC over inland and interior
locations and 25 0 26 5C along ire coast.
RAINFALL: 1 7mm
RAINFALL ACCUMULATED : 28.7mm
MARINE ADVISORY:Fishermen and other marine users
are advised not to damage or interfere with the ocean
platforms whose data are vital to the provision-of
weather information and warnings for the safety of
the marine community.
HIGH TIDE ADVISORY: The Hig Tide advisory is presently
in effect.Residents of .coastal, riverine and low-lying
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NOVELS, story books, text
and informative books.
Juliette's Book Library, 143 West
Ruimveldt. Telephone 223-
8237 Mon. Fri. 8:30 am -
6pm. Sat. Sun. 10 am 2
pm.


NALINI Chair Rental -
chair 20 dollar for 24 hour,
table 200 dollar-for 24 hours.
Call 644-1230, 222-3318.

LOW INCOME HOMES.

We build middle & low
income homes. Mortgage
financing available. Please
call 227-2494, 227-2479.


GREENHOUSE
RESTAURANT, UG Road.
Special Creole meals daily for
UG & College Students. $300
per meal.


NORFOLK Pine Tree,
Orchids, Orchid Baskets & pots,
ferns, African Violets and lots
more at back of Key & Lock
Shop, Camp Street. Tel. 226-
2882.


BUILDING, renovating or
doing any kind of
construction work?'We give
free estimates. Prompt,
reasonable and reliable
service. Call 622-02671629-
2239.


INDRA'S Beauty Salon,
122 Oronoque Street, for cold
wave, straightening, facial,
manicure, scalp treatment and
design on nails. Also Beauty
Culture available. Tel. 227-
1601.



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


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

BUSIESSOPPORTUNITYBe

USE your spare time filling
100 envelopes for US$500 or
more weekly. Send stamped
self- addressed envelope for
information to A. Stoll, 16 Klen,
Pouderoyen, WCD, Guyana.
WORK from home for
US$$$$ weekly. Information?
Send stamped envelope to
Nicola Archer, PO Box 12154
Georgetown, Guyana.
B U S I N E S S
OPPORTUNITY Be your
own boss. Use your spare
time filling 100 envelopes
for US$500 or more weekly.
For information send
stamped self-addressed
envelope to Randolph
Williams, P.O. Box 12154
Georgetown, Guyana.
CONTROL your income
working from home filling
100 envelopes for US$500 or
more weekly. For
information, send stamped
self-addressed envelope to
Nathaniel Williams, PO Box
12154 Georgetown, Guyana.


your ads on the


OVERSEAS employment.
218-4287. After hours 663-
2014.


A female of Indian decent,
age 50 yrs is looking for a
marriage partner. P ease call
Savitri 621-4980.
GET immediate friends linkup
with the Junior/Senior/Singles/
Dating/Service 18 80 yrs. Tel. 223-
8237, Mon. Fri. -8:30 am 6 pm,
Sat. -Sun. 10 am -2 pm.
COMMUNICATE N with
interested persons b telephone
for friendship or serious relations.
Call CFI Telephone Friendship
Link 261-5079, Sunday to
Saturday, 07:00 to 211:00 h.


JEAN offers courses in
Elementary, Internrediate &
Advanced Dressmaking, also
Designing. 153 Barr St., Kitty. Tel.
# 226-9548 ; i
K. SANKAR offers Elementary,
Intermediate and Advance
Dressmaking & Floral Arranging
courses. Contact 8 CourbanePk.,
Annandale, ECD. 220-9532.


PRUDENTIAL SCHOOL OF
MOTORING. "You train to Pass".
Tel. 227-1063, 22617874, 223-
7908. I
ENROL tow at D & R Driving
School for only $11 000. 95
Hadfield Street, Werk-en-Rust.
Tel. 226-6454 & 6P0-4216.


This is td confirm that I,.Iris
Stewart Mcl Adam of N. N.
D'Urban St., Wbrtmanville,
Georgetown have nbt authorized
any person oF' persons to pledge
or lodge as security Iransport No.
3717 of 2001 in relation to my
property situote at N. N. D'Urban
Street, Wortmanvi'lle. Signed:
Iris Stewart Adam. Dated the
4th day of Jun t i ooc.


ARTICLES stolen from
Roraima Trust & lInestment Inc. -
2 back-wheel for. 2 s0 tractors & 1
17 Plate battery.; Triple pump for
580C Hymac & Starter; Starter for
Detroit diesel generator; Power mist
pressure washer electrical; Shop
VAC vacuum; Mechanical tools -
spanners, sockets, sanding
machine; Smith acetylene welding
torch and gauge set; 1" heavy duty
hose a 25ft and 2 lengths 50ft
garden hose; 100 ft. engineering
tape; 3/. drive tools 21 pc.
Substantial Reward offered.
Anyone with information, call Tel.
# 264-2946 or 618-5070.


Atenat.2for your weekend
getaway or any day any time.
Enjoy the birds and the breeze.
While you stay at the beautiful
Inner Retreat Hotel situated on
a three-acre fruit farm, ten
minutes walk from Bushy Park
Beach; and City Island Disco.
Enjoy the largest outdoor market
every Sunday at Parika. For
more infore imation call: 260-4504
or 260-4451. Also, if you are
looking I'or a place to stay in
Parika, for 3 days or more, then
stay at ione of our luxurious
suites.. ideal for foreigners or
anyone looking for a home away
from home. Contact us at 260-
4451 or visit us at 617 Parika,
East Bank Essequibo.


EXISTS for Salesclerk,.
Handyman and Caretaker. Apply
Majestics, 288 Middle & Thomas
Sts., G/town. Tel. 226-6432.
1 Attractive female Bar
Attendant. 2 female shop
workers. Vacancies exist in the
Interior, Middle Mazaruni. Call
225-7118 during office hours


first day of appearance. For queries call Pratima on Tel: 226-3243-9


MALES & FEMALES TO
WORKAT CAR WASH. TEL. 231-
1786.
1 BEDFORD Diesel lorry
Mechanic, full-time or live-in
accommodation provided.
Tel. 613-8554, 228-2480.
TWO (2) General Labourers.
Apply to Lot 10 Meadow Bank,
East Bank Demerara. Contact
Telephone 225-0480 or 225-
9304.
2 DRIVERS for motor buses
on contract. Must be neat, tidy
and have a sound secondary
education, living in Georgetown
and able to work flexible hours.
Call 225-1429, 624-1147.
VACANCY FOR
EXPERIENCED Barmen/Waiters/
Waitress. Apply in person with
written application at Regency
Suites Hotel at 98 Hadfield St.,
Werk-en-Rust, G/town.
YOUNG and energetic
worker who lives around G/town
to work at Pete's Video Club.
Must have a sound secondary
education and practical
knowledge in using the
computer. Apply in person with
application to Manager, Pete's
Video Club, Lot 2 George Street,
W/Rust, G/town.
VACANCY exists for 1 senior
Accounts Clerk with working
experience of minimum 5 years.
Ability to work by himself (herself)
and to conduct business out of
the office will be an asset Send
application to The Manager,
Wallaba Company Inc., Lot 46B
First Avenue, Subryanville,
Georgetown.
VACANCIES exist in a
reputable, stable, financial
organization for sales
representatives. Applicants
should be mature in age and
possess a minimum of 3 CXC, GCE
subjects or an equivalent
qualification. Send application to:
Unit Manager. 133 Church Street,
South Cummingsburg, oretown.
Telephone number: 622-0 07.
LIVE-IN Domestic Linden,
Part-time Cook, Nail Technician,
Driver mini bus/tractor, Bouncer
- restaurant, / day Domestic, 2
Panel Door Makers, local
Pharmacist, Plumber/Mason,
Data Entry Clerk, 2 Waitresses,
Barman, Security Guard, 5
exotic Dancers/Waitresses.
Contact 227-3339 Require 2
recent references and 1 Passport
picture. Registration fee $160.



FOR efficient computer
diagnostic, repairs, servicing and
sales (Hardware and software).
Call 233-2770, 614-7880.
FOR all your telephone
services, repairs to cable equipment,
rewiring, adjacent, etc. Contact
Qualified Technician with over 35
years experience. Don't delay.
telephone 226-2766/617-0427
anytime.





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Centre
Processing, Petitions,
Adjustment of Status,
Case Follow-ups,
Enquiries, Consular
Appointments etc.
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[Between Cummings &
Light Sts.,
Georgetown.
Tel#:(592)-223-8115
Fax#:(592)-225-6496
E-mail-
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ACCOUNTING SERVICES
RENDERED. TEL.225-9640.
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DAMAGE windshield?
Repair don't replace 6t a fraction
-of the cost of, replacement.
Certified technician: John Bakker.
Tel. 643-5485. | ;
TECHNICIANS available for
appliances repairs -I washers,
dryers, microwaves, stoves, deep
fryers, etc. Call 22-4521, 263-
0050. i
CUSTOMSI Consultant/
Agent Real .stat6 Agent.
Satellite Connection Rst. & Bar
Building 4 Craig & Middleton
Sts. C/ville. 231.3088.
FOR all your construction,
repairs renovations, Rs well as
masonry, varnishing plumbing
and painting, I contact
Mohamed on 2,23-910/614-
6634. E I
WOULD youi like to be free
from the stress of selling or
renting your property. We at
Meg's Realty & Information
Services can do it for you.
Contact us on Tel. #.613-5735 or
263-6043.
JT POWERPRO. 82 1" St.,
Alberttown. Tel. 225-6504, 227-
6594, 642-6936.1 Repairs done
to all electrical power tools: Drill
machines, jig saws, circle saws,
planners, routers, chop saws, angle
grinders, blenders, coffee
makers, toasters, vacuums, belt
sanders. Contact Quincy or Chris.
RK's Electra Alarms. For the
lowest prices in high tech
security, GE Interlogix Alarms
available at wholesale prices.
We can install or do it yourself.
Private installers are welcomed.
RK's Electra, 125 Regent Road.
Tel. 226-7541, 227-5072 E-mail:
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EARN a Certificate, ,Diploma or
Degree, in any part of the world from
home THROUGH
CORRESPONDENCE. For
information, call CFI Global
Education Link #261-5079.


BSI is offering Computer
Classes for.adults. Individual
attention guaranteed. Certified
Tutor. Call 227-8143 or 624-
8084. I
JOIN THE PHONICS CEN-
TER. We teach your child/childrhn
the art of reading. See them de-,
velop into good readers. Call 618-
2068.
NAIL Tipping/Designigg'
Silk wrapping/Manicuri;ng
courses. Register now. Pay oply
$4 000 per course. Call MichIlle
-(227-7342, 222-3263). 1
SHEER MAGIC offers ,
complete course in Cosmetology
at an affordable price. We also
have evening classes and a
payment plan to suit your needs.
Call us at 226-9448, 628-780
or 227-8737 after hours. I
JEAN offers courses ,in
dressmaking, fabric designing,
tie dye, batik, bedroom
elegance, soft furnishing, soft
toys, curtains, cushions, ribbon
embroidery, floral, cake
decoration. 153 Barr St., Kitty.
226-9548.
CASH in on our Summer
Special at Nayelli School of
Cosmetology. Class begins on
June 13, 2005. Evening courses
in airbrushing, Acrylic nails and
Barbering is also available. Call
us at 226-2124 or visit at211 New
Market Street, North
Cummingsburg. Limited spaces.
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
COLLEGE, 262 THOMASi ST.,
NORTH CUMMINGSBURG. TEL.
NOS. 225-5474, 225-2397 OR
223-7219. Now enrolling for year
one and year two CXC evening
classes for May/June 2006.
Examination fees affordable.
CLASSES COMMENCE JULY 5,
2005. Call today for more
information.
ATTENTION nursery
parents! Give your children the
best start in life. Enrol.them at
the Emmanuel's Educational
Complex. We are a Christian
School recognized by the Min.
of Education. We provide the
right \ kind of environment.
(Education, morals & discipline).
Experience the joy of hearing
them reid. Tel. 223-6028, 226-
2144.
PRIMARY/SECONDARY.
Parents, make wise decisions
concerning your children's future.
Enrol them at Emmanuel's
Education Complex. We are a
Christian school recognized by
the Min. of Education. Our
emphasis is not only on
academics but also morals and
discipline. See them develop
positive values as they excel in
their school work. Tel. 223-6028,
226-2144.
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
COLLEGE, 262 THOMAS ST.,
NORTH CUMMINGSBURG. TEL.
NOS. 225-5474, 225-2397 OR
22317219. Dear Parent, August
holidays are here and youware
advised to take this opportunity,
et your children enrolled for our
Summer Programme. At the! end
of this Programme they will be
more prepared for 'the new
academic year September
2005. SUMMER CLASSES
START ON JULY 5 TO AUGUST
12, 05. Call us today and secure
your children's space. Incentives
will be awarded to three most
outstanding students. Call for
more information.


1 PIECE of water front land
located on the East Bank of
Demerara. Tel. 226-1629.
OGLE Airstrip Road. Price
neg. Contact Sabarina. Tel. 642-
1445 or 231-7864 anytime.,
IN Triumph backlands -;17
000 square feet, $2ml
negotiable. Call 231-5767, 621-
1180.
LAND FOR SALE OLEANDER
GARDENS 89 FT BY 152 FT.
PRICE $25M. CALL: 612-0349.
PRIME commercial land for
sale 115 ft x 31 ft, Charlotte
Street, Bourda. Contact owner
- 226-0683 (anytime).


LINDEN Highway 10
acres land. Ideal poultry,
general farming. $3.5M.
Ederson's. 226-5496.
EARL'S Court Land-
8,712 sq. ft. to build your
dream house. Area swimming
pool, children swing. $4.2M
neg. Ederson's. 226-5496.
TWO transported adja-
cent lots in Earl's Court, LBI
18 080 sq ft total. Please tele-.
phone 623-7438 between 6-
8am and 8-10pm for details.
QUEENSTOWN land -
61'/160'. Ideal 4- house lot, 4-
storey luxurious hotel/
apartment, foreign mission.
ch urch/school. $22.5M.
Ederson's 226-5496.
DEMERARA River- Plots
of land. Ideal housing,
agriculture, cattle, shipping -
25, 50, 100 & 600 acres plot.
Note $65 000 per acre.
Ederson's. 226-5496.
QUEENSTOWN Land -
617160'. Ideal 4-house lot 4-
storey luxurious hotel/
apartment, foreign mission,
church/school. $21 M.
Ederson's. 226-5496.
DUKE ST., KINGSTON 2
large house lots, 48'/117'. Ideal
school, luxurious hotel,
apartments, storage bond.
$9.5M. Ederson's. 226-
5496.
OPPOSITE Sand Hill,
Demerara River 88 acres of
land. Ideal for large ocean
going ship, trawler, cattle,
general farming. $t5M.
derson's. 226-5496,
31% June deduction only.
Prashad Nagar $9M
Lamaha Gardens $11M;
Queenstown $9M; Republic
Park $4.8M; LBI $4K9M;
Sec.K $9M. Call 225-2626.
231-2064.
GATED community with 624)
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.
FUTURE HOMES REALTY
- 227-4040, 628-0796. 611-
3866, 616-9598. 3 house lots,
Kingston $8 million (neg.); 1
house lot, LBI $5.5 million
Sneg.); 50 x 105, Versailles -
6 million; 250 acres
Essequibo $25 million; 80&x
40, Sophia $2 million; 80:x
1 400 Supply, EBD $16
million; 30 x 155, Parika $1i3
million; 442 acres, one acre is
$300 000 Blankenburg; 17
house lots Blankenburg 43 x
150 & 50 & 50 x 143 $20 million;
120 x 50 North side.90
Southern side 8000 sq. ftL,
Happy Acres $11 million; 23
000 x 500 Happy Acres $36
million. Back lot with drive way
in Campbellville $4.2M.


ONE HOUSE TO RENT.
#220-3346.
Furnished flats for
overseas visitors. Phone
227-2995.
ROOM FOR SINGLE
WORKING FEMALE. TELE-
PHONE: 227-0928.
OFFICE SPACE TOP
FLAT US$600 NEG. TEL. 226-
1192/623-7742.
FURNISHED bottom flat
to rent Shell Road, Kitty.
Tel. 225-9587.
1 BEDROOM bottom flat
- 220 Thomas St., Kitty. Contact
the above address.
2-bedroom apt., Ogle,
ECD. All conveniences,
parking space. Tel. 222-6940:
SHORT-TERM RENTALS
FOR OVERSEAS VISI-
TORS. PHONE 225-9944.
AA Eccles 3-bedroom (1
self-contained) furnished
house. Tel. 226-1192, 623-
7742.


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Tel: 226-3243-9,225-4475
Fax: 225-0663 or
come into to us at
Lama Avenue
Bet Air Park
Georgetown


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1 SELF-CONTAINED 1-
ledroom apt. Barr St., Kitty.
'20 000 monthly. Tel. 226-
_996.
(2) 2-BEDROOM bottom
latss, in the centre of
3eorgetown. Call 615-3151 -
anytime.
BEL AIR PARK fur-
lished executive house on
double lot US$1 500. # 223-
3204/612-2766.
TWO-BEDROOM house,
veli-grilled with toilet and bath
i Middle Rd., La Penitence.
el. 227-0272.
ROOMS from S3 500 per
eightt and apartments from
IS$450 per month. Call 227-
i336 or 227-0902
TWO-BEDROOM
apartment 138 Vlissengen
0oad, West Ruimveldt. Phone
'27-4417.
BEL AIR PARK US$500:
.lueenstown US$1 200.
2eyhomes._223-4267.
APTS. $60 000;
executivee house US$750:
Office space US$800. Phone
1is. Tucker #225-2626 or Ms.
_andry.
TRAVELLERS to
eorgetown or airport cheap,
lean accommodation.
larking, cable TV. Tel. 326-
1348 or 622-6233
3-BEDROOM house; guest
house business spaces. Tel.
g613-5735 or 263-6043 -
/leg's Realty.
ONE 8 BEDROOM
oartment (bottom flat) with
side toilet & bath. kitchen.
ill, telephone, e.c.
5188.
DO You need an honest.
-liable & efficient Real
ate I -. -? CaHl
!pToT-.,-' r.,,;- -. #- .
25-8097'226_-52 .
NEW concrete house, also
ing business place at Coburg
t. & Republic Road, New
.msierdam, Berbice Tel. 333-
5O0
2-BEDROOM bo!tom f-at -
idusiry front. Toilet and bath
,side. UG Students or couple
referred Phone 225-1718 -

ONE lower business flat situ-
:ed at Lot 1 Non Panel. Area
,. asi CasCst Dernmeraa. Apply
SJerome FredericKs at same
,cation.
OFFICE space
onvemently located at Croal
SCamp Sts. Price
contact Odessa '
26-0523. 640-3577.
2-bedroornm bottom flat.
side toilet & bath at Middle
\oad, La Penitence $25 000.
*el. 226-6096.
PRIME location in Regent
-t. Good for any kind of
businesss Serious enquiries
-*nly. 226-4177, 226-9029, 619-
:225.
ONE two-bedroom bottom
lat apartment for rent. located
at 211 Industry. ECD. Tel. 222-
. 3318. 644-1230.
. ..... .. 1.....:.. ..-. .... ............ .
GOED FORTUIN 3-
bedroom wooden house on
double lot. Phone. light, etc.
S4.5M neg. Tel. 226-1192, 623-
7742.
1 2-BEDROOM apt. ;1 1-
bedroom apt. All modern
conveniences. Contact 629-
2406, 661-7544, 661-7534.
3-BEDROOM wooden
back house, water and lights
include. Call 227-7322. 127
Fourth St., Alberttown.
DECENT working male
(single). Contact Elizabeth at
Lot 51 Middle Rd., La
Penitence, Georgetown.
FURNISHED ROOM DE-
CENT, SINGLE WORKING FE-
MALE. TEL: 226-5035 (08:00. -
17:00 HRS).
SELF-CONTAINED air-
conditioned rooms and
apartments. Hot and cold water,
etc. Located just off Regent St.
Tel. 624-2209.
GEORGETOWN Central -
store your general
merchandise in .10 or more 40-
:t. containers, high fence, razor
wire. $200000 neg. monthly.
Inspection anytime.
Ederson's. 226-5496.
KINGSTON -' 3 200 sq. ft.
Office space, AC, standby
generator, free maintenance.
Ideal for embassy, conference
room, travel agency, etc. US$2
500 monthly. Ederson's. 226-
5496.


SEMI-FURNISHED self-
contained rooms and apartments
available for single. working
individuals or married couples.
Call 225-0168 Monday,
Wednesday, Friday, between 9
am and 2 pm.
ALBOUYSTOWN large/
spacious active bottom business.
Ideal Chinese restaurant, any
other business. $70 000
monthly. Ederson's. 226-5496.
BUSINESS place, Regent
St. US$2 000 neg.; Carmichael
- US$700 neg.; Cummings St. -
$70 000: house by itself,
furnished US$1 500 up; Kitty -
phone, parking $30 000. Tel.
# 614-2022, 220-0556.
NANDY Park $40 000;
room for single person $15
000: Kitty 1-Bedroom, single/
couple, phone, parking $30
000. Tel. # 233-2968. Thank
you.
EXECUTIVE rental
Prashad Nagar- US$1 200; Bel
Air US$1 800: Queenstown -
US$2 000: AA Eccles US$1
500. All furnished. Tel. # 233-
2968. Thank you.
KITTY $30 000, $32 000
& $40 000: Campbellville -
(phone & parking) $33 000;
Queenstown $50 000;
Ciirnmmninahi'q (3-bedroom) -
:' ..... ', ,n St. $20 000
& S45 000 ,-'- .. parking);
Nandy Park .'.". Eccles -
S22 000 & $25 000. Call 231
6236.
B. LAL'S REALTY 231-
7325. Email
bias rea' C hoo.com
BUSINESS ,P-'.'E Reqent St.-
$120 000& S50 000 \,Tiddle St.
- USS1 000,. a Penitence Public
Road S80 000. RESIDENTIAL
PROP: Eccles USS700. 3-B,
room furnisheOI. PrF" sha' '"
USS1 000 S'
Penitience r Ru(' I S2
000, 2-'r-e room. OFFICE
SPACE: Had eld St.. Robb St.
&_Char!otte St.__ __
-TRiUM,0H. ECD -
unfLirrshed '-bedroom house
phone. 320 000
n iont y,. 1 2. i26-5496.
Email ede'son@gu,'.ana.net.gy
FOR.- immediate short term
rental -. deadly for decemn couple
or single person ore 0) senmi-
rurnr's'e( apartment irn South
Ruiimveldt Park. S30 000 per
th neg. Contact Ceil 023-4498
anyi imeor home 2 i 8-0343 after
7 orn weekda..'s
7-BED'0.OOM 2 master
rooms) 1 toilets/ baths,
unfurnished. neshe,' n '
AC. not and cold for I i
5-bedroom (2- self contained ) 4
toilets/baihs. furnishedo, grilled,
etc. for US1 500; top apt. -
USS700 (2 self- contained
bedrooms. 24 hrs. guard,
generator. AC. etc.): bottom Ig.
3-bedroom attractive apt. for
.50 000 others. Call 226-2372.
4-BEDROOM concrete
house, East Bank Dem. No
S.. ., fully meshed and
.: and cold, I self -
contained room. spacious yard
with '- ,r;'.q fruit trees, 15 min.
from : I Call 615-3151
anytime.
BAR in Georgetown all
new modern equipment,
including Pool table G$200
000 month. UpToTheMinute
Realty 226-5240/225-8097
PRIME location self-
contained apartments,, along UG
Road. Suitable for overseas
visitors. Long or short term. Fully
furnished. Call 623-3404, 222-
6510. -
OGLE fully furnished $70
000; Bel Air Gardens US$1
200, Republic Park $70 000
monthly. Call Vish Realty 227-
4890, 225-9780, 614-5717.
EXECUTIVE houses,
apartments furnished and
unfurnished; furnished houses -
Queenstown and Bel Air Park -
US$1 000 US$800. 225-6556
or 610-4581.
FURNISHED and
unfurnished executive
commercial properties for rental
and sale. $50 000 (G) to US$3
000. Land for sale, etc. Call 225-
8578.
FOR overseas guests -
house, furnished flats, rooms,
house and apartment. Self -
contained and AC. Contact C &
S Night Club. Tel. 227-3128,
cell 622-7977.
RESIDENTIAL and
commercial properties -
furnished and unfurnished.
Prices ranging from $35 000 to
US$3 000. Contact Carmen
Greene's Realty. Telephone
226-1192, 623-7742.


BOTTOM flat Duncan
Street, formerly Video World,
also top and middle flats and
part of bottom flat in Regent
Street. Tel. 226-2260, 225-
2873, 619-5901.
McDOOM Public Road, next
to Post Office, one concrete flat
- 88' x 30', suitable for factory,
bond, Processing Plant. Fully
fenced and concrete. Contact
Rudy (back building).
ONE two-bedroom bottom
flat apartment situated at 233
Lamaha Street, Newtown. Price
$32 000- monthly. Also one-
bedroom apt. at 182 Barr St.,
Kitty. Price $28 000. Call 624-
1864 Miss Shaw.
ONE flat concrete building
situated at Craig Public Rd., EBD
for business purpose: restaurant,
beer garden, snackette and/or
grocery. Also contains living
quarters. Contact Mr. Joel. Tel. #
661-7953.
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,
ATLANTIC GARDENS -
LARGE 2-FLAT BUILDING,
RENTING SEPARATELY, 3
BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS,
AIR- CONDITIONED- EACH FLAT,
LARGE YARD. TELEPHONE #
227-0972.
SUBRYANVILLE:' 4-
bedroom furnished, 1 AC US$1
200 and another unfurnished 3-
bedroom US$900.
ALBERTTOWN: 'i ......i
for office $ *' IE\
PROVIDENCE: 4-bedroon.
furnished USS2 000 PLUS
Ha. Acr es- USS1 800 3el A2 r
0 rk-i U3S 500. E6ccies L- US$1
700 and lots .ore ai l over Call
226-7! 28 615-6124
,.BSOL UTE REALTY.
LIFETIME REAL ESTATE ist
with Vou properties in North
Road, Bourda commercial
space wi.h bond optionali -
USS700. Robb Street Robb
Street top iat for business or
reside,' Section ':\ C,
ile ., house USS2
000. Prashad Nagar furnished
top flat USS600. Alberttown -
furnished, top flat $50 000
Newtown r 60 000 and ,-a, w
others. Contact us on tel. 22 -
7268. 225-3466 or 23 North
Road, Bou;irca Georgetovn.
..l..icc he r wCa'Ale Sl.-fl'at
V R r 'I, tr. ," mr C Ute 1se i
concrete house Atlantic
Gardens ECD, upper flat- large
balcony three I3) seIf-contained
bedrooms. (Jacuzzi in one
room), master roo-n fully air-
conditioned. Ground floor-
spacio . .. .:.:i and
balcony i_, i:l,. _acious
dining : "'"
_'an-.r" room, maid ro' i'
rentirei .. I I. I' '
proof, fully i ,i,- Telephone
and standby ~-I,- i--' 'ill be
available ,- i -' For
I,-I J" call telephone 624-

KITTY S35 000; C/villea-
$45 000: Queenstown, 2-
bedroom $50 000; South. one-
bedroom $35 000; Alberttown,
furnished 540 000;
EXECUTIVE PLACES: furnished
- US$1 000: Bel Air Park- US$1
200: Lamaha Gardens, Prashad
Nagar USS900: AA Eccles,
Section 'K', fully furnished:
Turkeyen Gardens;
Subryanville; Bel Air Gardens;
SHERIFF STREET: Happy Acres;
OFFICE SPACES: Middle
Street; Kingston, CHURCH
STREET, .Queenstown;
Brickdam; business places -
Sheriff Street, Regent Street,
Camp Street, bond spaces, many
others. MENTORE/SINGH
REALTY- 225-1017, 623-6136
or come in to Office at 64 Main
and Middle Streets,
Georgetown.
FURNISHED AND
UNFURNISHED FLATS AT KITTY
- $35 000. NORTH ROAD $40 000.
"CC" ECCLES- US$700. ECCLES
FIVE (5)-BEDROOM US$700.
ROXANNE BURNHAM'S
GARDENS $50 000. ALSO $60
000. INDUSTRY z $20 000. ONE
BEDROOM SUITES (LAMAHA
GARDENS ALSO SOUTH
RUIMVELDT PARK $30 000 AND
$40 000. ALBERTTOWN (SMALL
BUSINESS SECTOR) $40 000.
HOTEL SEVEN (7) ROOMS
WITH SMALL SNACKETTE US$1
700 NEGOTIABLE.
QUEENSTOWN BRAND NEW
CONCRETE TOP FLOOR THREE
BEDROOM FLAT MASTER
INCLUSIVE $65 000
(RESIDENTIAL) $100 000
(OFFICE). HUMPHREY
ELSON'S. TELEPHONE 226-
8937.


UOR immediate lease on
Northern Hogg Island 200 acres
of cultivated rice land along with
rice mill complete with drying
floor and dryer. Also tractor,
combine, bulldozer for sale.
Contact: 626-1506/225-2903.
Serious enquiries only.


TTO> LETI



175 x 25 sq. ft front on road.
Central Georgetown
Tel: 226-5935: 283-4206
FUTURE HOMES REALTY -
227-4040, 628-0796, 611-3866,
616-9598. Land for sale. 3
house lots in Kingston $8.7M
neg.; house lot, LBI $5.5M
neg.; land. Vlissengen Road -
$80 millions; land, Regent
Street $33 millions; Oronoque
Street, 2 lots $17 millions: 20
000 sq. ft.. Eccles $15 millions;
37 000 sq. ft., Eccles $16
millions; Versailles. 50 x 105 -
$6 millions; double lot Versailles
- $9 millions; 80 x 40. Sophia -
$900 000: 250 acres, Essequibo
- $25 millions: 442 acres, one
acre is $300 000; El .,,-,Il -
$20 millions: 43 x l-' w,,i .. x
143, 17 house lots-
Blankenburg; 105 acres & 230
acres, 120 acres Linden
Highway; 80 x 1 400 Supply -
S16 millions: 101 x 130,
Cumnmings Street $35 millions,
Vlissenrgen Road- $40 millions.
23 000 x 500 ft., Happy Acres -
$36 millions
SHADES AND SHAPES.
APARTMENTS uiad houses 8i-
Air Park- top flat. :Lilly iuriihthiea
-. SS700, Bel Air Park top
lat USS500 semi FmrnisneJ:
Subiv'iivlle .. bottom r flat 3..
bedroom $50 000, Lamana
'Gar1ens bottom flat- S40 000:
Brickdamrn top flat 3-bedroom -
$55 000: Alberttown 3-
bedroom bottom flat S45 000
apar erent :n South singles -
S25 000. HOUSES: Section K
Camobelivilie 3-bedroom. AC -
USS750: Bei Air Park 3-bedroom.,
AC USS750: Lamaha Gardens -
3-bedroom USS1 000:
Cummings Lodge 3-bedroom -
USS500 Courida Park 3-
bedroom. AC, yard space USS1
000. Bel Air Gardens executive -
LISSI 000: Eccles executive
iiouse uS$1 000, Queenstown
executive US$1 800: Bel Air Park
- 3-bedroom,. executive USS1
S r .* --, US$1 000.
P,-iF T iI-i i i i I Air Village -
executives- 31 500: Bel Air Springs:
Subryanville US$400: Bel Air
Gardens US$200; i ,- -
USS500: Camp Stree
Eccles US$500. SHORT TERM
APARTMENT COMPLEX. SHORT
TERM ROOMS Queenstown.
Executive i....., sale as low as
$20 ."... Commercial
spaces. Starting your business -
spaces are available North
Road. Kitty Public Road. Church
Street, Camp Street. Bond
and Land for sale/rent. Agent
Christopher Goodridge.'
Telephone 226-1808. 642-
8725. 614-2073. Location -
20 Bel Air Gardens.
FUTURE HOMES REALTY -
227-4040, 628-0796, 611-3866,
616-9598. 3-bedroom top flat-
unfur.. Roxanne Burnham Gdns.
- $70 000; 2-bedroom bottom
flat, fully fur. Roxanne
Burnham Gdns. $65 000; 4-
bedroom top flat unfur.
Republic Park $70 000; 2-
bedroom bottom flat, unfur.,
Better Hope $35 000; 2-
bedroom bottom flat, unfur.,
Happy Acres $35 000; 2-
bedroom bottom flat, unfur.,
South R/veldt $35 000; 2-
bedroom top flat, fully fur., Bel
Air Park $80 000; 5-bedroom
house with three masters, unfur.,
Ogle $100 000; 3-bedroom
bottom flat, unfur., parking $50
000; 3-bedroom top flat, fully fur.,
Kitty $75 000; 3-bedroom top
flat, fully fur., Nandy Park -
US$700; 1- bedroom bottom flat,
fully fur., Subryanville US$550;
4-bedroom top flat unfur. with
master, Camp St. US$1 000;
2-bedroom bottom flat, fully fur.,
Campbellville US$525; 3-
bedroom top flat, unfur., two
masters, Duncan US$500; 2-
bedroom bottom flat unfur.,
Duncan US$500; 4-bedroom
house, unfurl, or fully fur. is
US$2500; unfur., Section (K) -
US$1 700; 3-bedroom house,
fully fur, with master, Section (K)
- US$900.


4-BEDROOM house in West
Enterprise $3.5M negotiable.
Call 231-5767, 621-1180.
1 PRIME business
property and land, located at
4 corners. Tel, 226-1629
Land & property for sale in
Charlotte Street, Lacytown. Call
660-0596.
CANAL NO. 2, North
Section 3-bedroom house
(concrete & wood). Tel. 263-
5739.
1 HOUSE lot with 4
houses: Persons interested
please call 333-2420 Price ne-
gotiable.
BEL AIR PARK vacant 2-
storey concrete 7-bedroom
mansion $16.9M. Ederson's.
226-5496.
DOUBLE-LOT 3-bedroom
,property for sale in Amelia's
Ward, Linden. Price negotiable.
Call: 223-4938.
SKELDON $5M; Republic
Park $16M; double lot,
Queenstown $12M: P/Nagar -
S12M. Keyhomes/Trillionaires.
223-4267.
INDUSTRY, ECD vacant
2-storey business with 5
bedrooms modern
conveniences, double lot, ideal
for swimming pool. children
area, swing, parking 8 cars.
$9.5M. Ederson's 226-5496.
YOUR thoughts are what
manifest. The prices of
properties have dropped 25%
25% now, Kitty S8.8M; 2-
family, Queenstown $11M:
Meadow Brook $12M: 3-family
in Kitty S12M: Land in Kitty;
Stevedore H/iq S3M: Bel Air
Gardens USS'350 000; New
Providence 3 house lots. Phone
Ms. Denese Tucker #225-2626
r Mis L nr.
MUST be solid I bungalow
'-flat concrete house, concrete
fence. . gate, 1 year old.
Owner country.
'- Mon Repos.
S27-5104. 621-
0004, 625-682 .' Price S8 5
million (negotiable).
Cummings Lodge 5-
bedroom wood/concrete S15M1
S .... .:_ Tel,. # 613-5735 or

372 GROVE Housing
Scheme 4-bedroom concrete
and wooden house Contact
Owner at same address. Tei. 266-
2448.
LOT 6 CAMP ST., BETWEEN
D'URBAN & NORTON STS.
POPULAR NIGHT CLUB AND
RESIDENCE. CONTACT TEL.
NOS. 226-1742, 623-1317.
HOUSE for sale or rent De
Willem. WCD 2-storey concrete,
furnished, etc. 1-Mitsubishi Gallant.
Tel. 277-0511 after hrs, 277-0063,
624-2027.
VACANT possession 4-
bedroom concrete and wooden
house South Ruimrnveldt Gardens.
Excellent condition. Telephone.
water, etc. Tel. 226-3978, 623-
6743.
NEWLY constructed three-
storey building with four self-
contained bedrooms and all
modern facilities. K. S. RAGHUBIR
Agency. Office 225-0545. Home
259-0019.
LAMAHA GARDENS -
$22M; Prashad Nagar $15M;
Queenstown $20M; Eccles
$19M; Meadow Brook Garden -
$9M; Happy Acres 25M. Call
223-1582 or 612-9785.
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.
CAMPBELLVILLE 6-
bedroom, 4 bathrooms, 2
kitchens, suits 2 families.
Property investor. Large land
space. Worth viewing. Call Mrs.
Wilson 226-2650.
2-STOREY business/
residential property at 56
Section D Cumberland, East
Canje phone, electricity, etc.
Price neg. Tel. 628-5264, 339-
2678.
POPULAR Video Club in
very busy area in New
Amsterdam. Terms of Sale &
Occupancy can be negotiated.
Call 333-2990 or after hours -
333-3688.
CRANE/LA UNION Public
Road 2 building, front 2-
storey concrete & wooden, 4-
bedroom, back 2-storey 4-
bedroom. $6.5M. Ederson's -
226-5496.


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.
EAST Bank Demerara 2
buildings, front 2-storey; 3-
bedroom wooden & concrete,
back labourer house on 7 '/
acres cultivated land with 650
bearing citrus and coconut
trees, 1 acre reserve for chicken
pen or gardening. $12M neg.
person's, 226-5496.
Middle and Cummings
Streets, Business and large
house. Lot 30 A, B, C, (3 lots)
newly renovated. Has income
of $200 000 monthly. All
modern features, lots of
parking. Must see to
appreciate. Call 624-8402,
227-7677, 225-2503.
URGENTLY needed -
Commercial, residential
buildings for sale or rent. Kitty,
South Ruimveldt,
Campbellville, Subryanville,
Prashad Nagar, Bel Air Park,
Lamaha Gardens, Atlantic
Gardens. Also house lots and
land else where. Ederson's.
226-5496.
VRYHEID'S Lust, ECD -
vacant 6-bedroom concrete &
wooden property, needs minor
repair. $3.5M. Ederson's. 226-
5496. ederson@guyana.net.gy
TURKEYEN near Caricom
- vacant 2-storey concrete and
wooden 5-bedroom property,
fully a ) 'i': concrete garage.
Land ' to build another
house. S11.8M neg.
Ederson's. 226-5496.
KINGSTON near Seawall -
vacant 3- storey 6-bedroom/'
office mansion. Ideal luxurious
hotel, executive offices. 8 cars
parking. If qualified move in
tomorrow. S 38M neg.
Ederson's. 226-496
CAMPBELLVILLE
vacant 2-storey concrete 4-
bedrbom mansion, 3 oilers &
baths, large slingn, 4-
car :. .. Inspection
S : Ederson's.

ECCLES residential AA -
vacant 2- storey concrete 6-
bedroom mans on. griiiecd
meshed. : 2 cars. alarm.
Land S23M neg.
Ederson's. 226-5496
GIFT Kuru Kuru active
business property with 2
freezers pol able. music set,
chicken pen can accommodate
3 000 birds. Land 200/100.
S8.5M neg Ederson's. 226-
5496.
LINE Path, Skeldon.
Berbice vacant 2- storey 3-
bedroom concrete & wooden
property, under ground
reservoir, parking, chicken pen
can accommodate 350 birds.
$5.8M neg. Ederson's. 226-
5496.
CANAL No. 2 Polder 2-
bedroom wooden house on 8
acres of farmland. S3.5M.
Ederson's. 226-5496.
NOOTENZUIL. ECD -
vacant 2-storey 5-bedroom
concrete & wood.:-r, iL'.1,_ilr.
Land 60'1 17' to :,,,i.i ,,,:.l -.
house. $3.5M. .Ederson's.
226-5496.
STATION St., Kitty -
vacant 2-storey building. Ideal
Beer garden, restaurant, 4 pool
tables, internet cafe, general
store. $16.5M neg. Ederson's.
226-5496.
EAST STREET, N/C/BURG
- 5-bedroom house, wooden
and concrete, vacant
possession, running water and
light parking, grilled $9.5M
neg. Roydon. Tel. 231-7719.
Owner leaving country.
NISMES, W.B.D.: double lot,
over 12 000 sq. ft. $1.5M.
QUEENSTOWN: Very nice 4-
bedroom with lots of land $40M.
BEL AIR PARK: 4-bedroom -
$16M and $20M, and lots more
all over. Call 226-7128, 615-6124
- ABSOLUTE REALTY.
HOUSE on Ecdes Public Road
- $8M; brand new 2-flat concrete
house, in excellent condition,
D'Urban St.; 3-bedroom house in
South R/veldt Gardens $8.5M;
one-flat 3-bedroom concrete
house, East R/veldt.
Success Realty. 223-6524/
628-0747.
THREE-BEDROOM two-
storey concrete/wooden building,
recent general improvements,
well-kept, ready to be occupied in
North Ruimveldt, Festival City Exit,
Lot 2063. Contact Petes Real
Estate & Co., Lot 2 George Street,
W/Rust. 226-9951, 226-5546,623-
7805.


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SOUTH RUIMVELDT PARK
$7.5M $14M; East Street, two-
storey $9M; Blygezight $30M;
Earl's Court Ranch Type $22M;
Prashad Nagar $20M; D'Urban
Street $9.5M, Robb Street, two-
storey $12.5M and others.
Roberts Realty. 227-7627 -
Office, 227-3768 Home, 629-
9914 Cell.
KITTY $7M; C/ville $13M
neg.; Bel Air Park $18M & $25M:
Prashad Nagar $16M neg.;
Queenstown $13.5M; Lamaha
Gardens $22M; Eccles 'AA' -
$20M; Meadow Brook $8.5M;
Regent St. $45M; Sheriff St.
$45M. Contact Carmen
Greene's Realty. Telephone
226-1192, 623-7742.
PROPERTY/LAND from
road to river 41'/210'. Gift New
Hope, East Bank Demerara,
active beer garden with
freezer, pool table, 2-storey
wooden property; top 3-
bedroom, bottom 4 rooms,
land 41'/210' from road to
river. Ideal trawlers, shipping.
$12M neg. Ederson's. 226-
5496.
VERGENOGEN Public
Road, WCD 4 active
businesses (i) tyre shop with
vulcanizing and other
equipment, (ii) Snackette and
internet cafe, (iii) 2-storey
house with modern
conveniences, (iv) unfinished
building 24/29', no roof.
Note land 20 000 sq. ft.
$13.5M. Ederson's. 226-
5496.
FOR SALE BY OWNER -
2-storey fully concreted house
5 bedrooms, 2 full
bathrooms, American fixture
faucet, sink, toilet, cabinet, hot
water tank, eating kitchen,
built-in wardrobe, central air-
conditioner, car garage, front
view to Public Road. Lot 6
Nandy Park, EBD. Interested
erson only to call. Day 226-
806; evening 225-8410.
FUTURE HOMES REALTY -
227-4040, 628-0796, 611-3866,
616-9598. 2 fully fur. concrete
houses, each has 2 bedrooms
with master, Ogle $30 million
neg.: 5-bedroom concrete and
wooden house, Kitty $14
million; 3-bedroom wooden and
concrete house, Kitty $11
million; 6-bedroom concrete and
wooden house, Section (K) -
(neg.) $13 million.
PRIME business located on
West Coast Demerara, Zeelugt
Public Road and Street Corner 1
300 sq. ft. of land, suitable for
Mall, Gas Station, Motor Repairs
and Service Center, School,
Lumber Yard and General store.
$8M. CONTACT JUNIOR LOT
49E SHERIFF & DENNIS
STREETS, C/VILLE,
GEORGETOWN. TELEPHONE
225-6101 OR 227-7865.
GIVEAWAY prices. Going
business place located on
t/prrnenc'qen 'Iblic" Road,'4
r re Service
.,- Internet
Cafe, Spray Painting and Body
work shop. New water filtration
plants, wash bay, etc. Going
with all equipment and
machinery. Large land from
Public Road to Street at the
back. 200 ft x 50 ft. This
business can ,.,-r -' million
annually. Pri I million
neg. Call 260-2355. 628-
7737.
LIFETIME REAL ESTATE
has on its listing properties
for sale in: Queenstown -
$40M, $22M, S16M:
Alberttown $ Neg.; Newtown
$8M; Newtown, back lot -
$2M; Republic Park S9.5M
neg.; Lamaha Gardens -
$40M and $25M;i
Campbellville, Kitty, South
Ruimnveldt and many others.
Contact us on 225-3466/Tel/
Fax: 225-7268 or 23 North
Road. Bourda, Georgetown.
("We not only buy, sell or
rent we sensitise, inform
and most important ,v
advise".)
B. LAL'S REALTY 232-
7325. Em Ii!
blals r .' I -'. :. corn
Regent -.':: 000:
Amlerica SL. USS550 000 C3.
ville S18M, $12M. & S 1M.
Alberttown S12M neg New
Road .- 28M neg.,
i.- -, ,,- ,,: ,--ih i S10 '
rheg,: La.Grange -$7M & 1.2M
Good Hope Gardens -
i/i,' Eccles S10M neg
Sheriff St. $60V ,0
Plaisance- $7M; Ogle .
neg.; GuySuCo H/Scheme
$30M neg., Canal No. 1.
house on 15 acres land- $18M
nIeg., r.>0


BARGAIN! BARGAIN! 3-
bedroom wooden and concrete
property at Non Panel, ECD fully
grilled, bay windows, big yard
space & Gov't reserve, tel., water
& electricity. Immediate
occupancy $5M; Happy Acres -
3-bedroom concrete building -
modern conveniences.
Immediate occupancy $15M; 2-
bedroom concrete Kissoon Park,
Good Hope $6.5M; beautiful
well built and beautiful ranch type
building, fully grilled, well tiled,
hot and cold, alarm system.
JEWANRAM'S REALTY. OFFICE
2"" Floor, 34 North Road & King
St., Guys & Dolls Building, opp.
St. George's Cathedral.
Telephone 227-1988, 623-6431,
270-4470.
CALL RAPHAEL'S
REALTY, LOT 204 E %
CHARLOTTE STREET,
BOURDA. FOR THE BEST
DEALS IN TOWN. TEL # 225-
8241, 227-4950, AFTER
HOURS 226-7829. FOR
SALE Plantain Walk $4M;
South R/veldt $7M, $8M &
$15M; Queenstown $12.5M;
East Ruimveldt $6M;
Pouderoyen $4M; Meadow
Brook Gardens $17M:
Charlotte St. $10M; LBI -
$15M; Oleander Gardens -
$15M; Ruimzeight $35M;
Atlantic Gardens $35M;
Cummings Lodge $45M.
LAND FOR SALE Agricola -
$1.3M and C/ville $4M. All
rices are negotiable.
ENTALS from $25 000 and
upwards. Guaranteed to satisfy
your needs.
FUTURE HOMES REALTY
227-4040, 628-0796, 611-
3866, 616-9598. 3-bedroom
wooden and concrete house,
Kitty $6.5 million; 2 houses
on the land, concrete and
wooden, Kitty $10 million; 2
houses on land, concrete and
wooden, Kitty $12 million; 6-
bedroom wooden and concrete
house Prashad Nagar $12
million; 3-bedroom wooden
house and concrete, Bel Air
Park $15 million; 3-bedroom
wooden and concrete house,
Charlestown $18 million; 4-
bedroom concrete house,
Charlestown $12 million; 4-
bedroom wooden and concrete
house, Hadfield Street $28
million; 3-bedroom wooden
and concrete house. Prashad
Nagar $16 million; 3-
bedroom concrete house,
Atlantic Ville (neg.) $32
million: 3-bedroom concrete
house with study. master pool,
Republic Park - (neg.) $16
million; 3-bedroom concrete
house with swimming pool.
Sheriff Street $35 million: 5-
bedroom wooden and concrete
house, Prashad Nagar $19
million: 4-bedroom concrete
house, master- Prashad Nagar
(neg.) $24 million: 5-bedroom
wooden, and concrete house,
Sandy Babb $13 million; 5-
bedroom wooden and concrete
house, Kitty (neg.) $18
million.



LAP TOP for sale. 660-
2816. 660-2815. 610-3666.
223-6218.
EARTH FOR SALE. DELIVERY
TO SPOT. CALL 626-7127.
V-BELTS BB 122. BB
124, BB 95. Unbeatable.prices.
Phone 227-5183.
ONE NA 20 engine for
Nissan Pick Up.or Nissan
Caravan. Phone 256-3397.
PIT bulls pups for sale. 7
weeks old. Please contact 226-
9367. 621-0350.
7 WEEKS old Doberman
pups for sale. Tail cut. Contact
231-3808.
SELLING out cheap S1
450 Styro foam ice boxes -
24 x 14 x 12 (65 ib test). Tel
621-6739.
OXYGEN and Acetylene
industrial gases f58 Village,
Corentyne. Berbice. Phone
33.8-2221 (DAVID SUBNAUTH)
DIESEL w after pumis -
2 and 3 inch. brand new From
UK Call 26 1-5403 for
details.
LARGE euan it truck tyre
liners, size 20, Good Year
brand $1 000 each Call 621-

'-,iE i .yliqder Bedford
portable plan. D.C.
Key start 265-1 217
Call #621-4417.
ONE srnall fridge
suitable for office use or E
single person ($30 000). Tel
# 616-1956. ..


BUSH truck tyres any
quantity, like new, 1400 x 20.
Contact Raj. Tel. 339-2443 -
Beer, 222-6825.
HOUSEHOLD appliances.
Owner migrating. Call 227-
4823, 231-7854, 223-3156,
623-2511.
EVERY thing must go (very
cheap) fly back transformer for
TV and other electronic parts.
Call 264-2263.
ALL household items for
sale due to owner moving.
Kindly call: 226-8800, 623-
1195.
ONE Pools table to rent
or buy. Must be reasonably
prices. Tel. No. 227-0272.
OVERHAUL kit for Toyota
Starlet EP 82 CT9 Turbo. Tel.
623-7138, 226-1753 anytime.
AC UNITS brand new. 5
000 150 BTU, Kenmore brand.
Contact Juliana at 613-3319 or
226-7973. Going reasonable.
6 WEEKS old Pitbull pups -
fully vaccinated and dewormed
(blue and brown). Tel. 233-
5156, 642-4070.
2 35-FT boats complete
with 40Hp Yamaha engine, ice
box and Banga Mary seine. Tel.
220-9509, 626-5947.
ONE brand new computer
with CD Burner, CD Walkmans,
.car stereo and DVD Player.
Contact 225-4112, 626-9264.
PURE BRED AGGRESSIVE
PIT BULL PUPS, 10 WKS,
BITING AND LOCKING. 222-
5331, 612-7198.
1 25 CUBIC ft. double door
Kenmore Fridge freezer, 1 200
HP Yamaha outboard with
spares. Call 624-3667.
ONE David Bridal Wedding
Dress with lots of sequins and
hand work, long trail, carrying
case and veil. US$500. CaNI
225-2503.
580C Hymac D4 Bulldozer
hydraulic dumper 30 1 flat
bed trailer, 40' trailer on wheels.
Enclosed. Good for camping.
Call 222-6510.
BRAND new 9 000 & 12 000
BTU Split AC. one Window 18
000 BTU AC. Tel. 226-4177,
231-7938. 226-9029, 619-
8225.
1 FLOOR model PLASTIC
SEALING machine, 1 PORTABLE
ELECTRIC air compressor in
excellent condition Tel: 222-
4507/623-7212.
HOUSEHOLD articles such
as computer with printer, mouse,
etc. Typewriter, furniture, push
cart, water container. etc. Tel.
220-5188.
ONE 150 HP & one 250 HP
Yamaha Outboard engines.
Price $700,000 & $1,200,000.
Also parts for 150 HP & 250 HP.
Call 629-6651 anytime.
ATTENTION all Seafood
Exporters: Styrotex 65-1b
capacity boxes with liners for sale.
Large quantities available.
Contact Andre at 623-3655 or
226-9275.
HOUSE & land at Lot 152
Patentia. WBD: land at 25
Grove Public Rd EBD: 1
Bedford Dump Truck. All prices
neg. Tel. 267-2766. 226-4122.
FREON gas: 11, 12, 22, 502.
134A & 404A. Also Nitrous Oxide.
Argon gas & Helium for
balloons. Phone 227-4857
(08:00 h 16:00 h), Mon. to
Fri.
STALLS for sale or rent,
three in a row. prime business
spot Price ,, ,,.* i Contact
Sharon's : .,r Stabroek
Market. Tel. 225-8986,/225-
1206.
1 LARGE commercial filter
and purified water factory brand
new equipment, never used, in
boxes. Can S10 0000
per day. Pri 000 neg.
Call 260-2355
OXYGEN and ac-;etylene
gases. Fast and efficient
service 10-11l Mc Doom Public
Road. EBD Phone 223-6533 (8
arn 4 prn). Mon. to Fri (Sat. .
8 arn -12 noon).
FREON GAS 11. 12. 22.
502, 134A & 404A also Nitrous
Oxide, Amgon D i. nd Helium
for balloons. -,. 227-4857
(8 am 4 pm) .Moni. Fri. .
27" SHARP TV Nintendo 64 '
Playstation one. CDs,
-,-ti- "" chlps booth
. .. Tel. 231.-
1332.
ARGON/Co2I mixed gas,
also shock treatment for
swimming pools. Phone 227-
4857 (8 am- 4 pm) Mon.-toFn.ri


30 KVA John Deer diesel
generator like new; Honda
5000 watts generator, XEROX
5028 photocopier machine.
225-2873, 225-2319.
CAUSTIC SODA 55 Ib $3
600: Alum 55 lb $4 000, Soda
Ash 100 lb $8 000, Sulphuric
Acid 45 gal $45 000, Granular
Chlorine, Chlorine gas. Phone
227-4857 (8 am 4 pm) Mon.
to Fri.
HONDA Portable generator
5000 watts, recently serviced, in
good condition $140 000. 1
Yamashita ET 950 watts
generator, next to new, very
andy $45 000. Call 624-
8402; 227-7677.
PUBLIC Road land 6 x 50
Rods. Access to light, water. 2
min. drive to Parika. Located at
Orangestein. Also MF 20
Combine for sale. Working
condition, also parts. Contact
260-0355.
JUST ARRIVED -
mountain bicycle 26 inches
with cottor pin $8 400 W/S.
D. Singh & Sons, 95 Regent &
King Streets. 95 South
Annandale, ECD. Tel. 226-0881.
ONE Bedford T.L. (500)
engine $220 000; (1)
complete (7)-ton deferential -
$195000; (1) complete (7)-ton
front axle with brakes system. Tel.
227-1923, cell 616-5679.
1 HONDA pressure washer,
brand new: 2 drills; 1 saw; 1
Jialing motorcycle, next to new;
1 amplifier; 1 truck pump; 1
battery charger; 1 bicycle. Tel.
265-5876.
PROJECTORS, Sony and
Canon Diiidai SLR Cameras (5-
8 mega ;, ,i,, DVD recorders,
guitars, plasma screen, etc. Tel.
26-6432; 225-8628; 623-2477.
ONE fishing boat 36 feet,
350 Ibs banga net. 40 Yamaha
outboard engine (turtle back).
Contact Tel. # 220-9969 or at
address Black Boy, Annandale
Sand Reef East Coast
Demerara.
NOW open Sky Digital. We
offer the best price & better
.service in Philips Sky Dish. Do
you have problems with your Sky
Dish & want to be free from
stress? Call 643-4136 or 625-
5351.
SALE! SALE! SALE -
GRAND sale of ladies, gents
and children clothing. Also in
stock floral arrangements and
teddies. Prices negotiable
(whole sale). Contact Amar -
on 626-8141, 220-6639.
TWO (2) Risograph 3750
Coloured drums, one (1) 5KVA
Line Conditioner (input 220,
output 220/110), American
Made (suitable for large
companies). No reasonable offer
refused. Tel. 276-0245/628-
4179.
3 BENCH metal lathes -
240V. all $350 000, 2
crankshar' .;... ..- 240V both
S $200 ,. i head
resLurfacer, 240V 000, a
quantity of spares for machine
free. 6. \', .. 6 1 .
8766, 62 -
1 COMPLETE music set
wilh 2 amplifiers 2 QSC power
amp. I Yamnaha. 1 Numraark
mnixer. 4 15"-speaker in box. 4
12"-speaker in box, 1 4 000 watts
transformer 2 equahisers, 1
crossover, 300 CDs. Call 661-
4251.
1 computer with printer -
500 e -- tower, 500 MHZ. 56K.
40X CD Rorn. 32 MB- 10GB.
USB and Game part. Lex Mark
Z11 Ink Jet Printer Contact
:, Cell: 660-0377: H
_- _Price $60 000 neg.
A house full of furniture
Afte. .,, irs in Guyana. I
am ,' . nd I can't take it
wilt" ., ic i oture, plants.
electronics, coITp uer
eqIuipment and accessories,
dinner are, kitchen ware. etc.
Call 227 1458 for information.
INDUSTRIAL Transformer
welder. New (Never used), can
weld mild & Stainless steel, cast
iron and aluml nium. furbo fan
cooled for extended Luse at
full power amps 35 260 3-
Phaise 400 volts electrode
diameter 1 t(- Sinm Call
:.. -4568.
/ i- '

S' 'aco portable
playpenisleeper. baby car seat.
Deluxe baby stroller, noewv 17
computer monitor, lar ge
concrete plant pots, 2 singqI
mattresses with box springs
Telephone 225-6446
'P3


G N. SOMWAR
WOODWORKING
ESTABLISHMENT, ECD. Tel.
624-7023. Purple heart Panel
Doors. Square door $15 000;
Inner Arch with glass $18 000:
External Arch with frame $23
000; External Arch double frame
$45 000.
1 BRIGGS & Stratton
American made generator, 4 200
watts, good working condition.
Also 2 12" audio pipe speakers
with grill, ideal for vehicle. No
reasonable offer refused. Tel.
626-2163 ask for Robert.
BATTERIES watches and
calculator batteries, Maxwel
Silver Oxide. Buy the best, insist
on Maxwel Silver Oxide, only
$300. Fitted free while you wait.
Guyana Variety Store and Nut
Centre, 68 Robb St., Lacytown,
opposite Salt and Pepper
Restaurant.
SQUARE and round blocks
(4-9 inches) square blocks bolts
and nuts, square blocks blades
(3 12 inches), band saw blades
(1/4 1 inches), welding
machine, profile cutters (V &
groove & G.T), square blocks
moulding cutters (2.6 inches),
router cutter. Tel. 270-6460,
644-0150.
1 FOOD Warmer; 1
commercial Rotisserie including
4 bars and 4 baskets, each bar
holds 5 chicken; 1 wooden frame
TV (floor model); 1 exercising
machine: 1 large Dot Matrix
printer: 1 Uniwell cash register
(memory can hold over 1 500
items): fridge; freezers; air
condition unit. Call 225-1710.
SALE! SALE! 2 6-head
boulders, 1 surface, 3 routers,
2 sharpeners. 1 profile grinder,
1 wadkin wood lathe, 2 band
saws, 3 cross cut saws, 2 spindle
moulders, 2 drill presses, 1 circle
saw sharpener, 1 compressor, 1
Coats 4050 Actyre machine, 1
welding generator set. Tel. 270-
6460, 644-0150.
P R 0 M 0 T O1 N
PROMOTION!
PROMOTION! PROMOTION!
Ranisat Telecommunication
Network Inc. presents a grand
sale on Philco and Phillips Sky
Dish. Buy a complete Sky Dish
and get seven (7) months
subscription FREE, also FREE
installation. For more
information call us @ 227-
5167. 611-3632 or visit us @
235 South Road, Lacytown.
G/town.
ONE Computer Operating
System: WINDOWS XP
PROFESSIONAL. 40 GH Hard
Drive, 735 MHz. CD Rewritable
Drive. CD Drive. Diskette Drive.
15" Monitor. Keyboard. Mouse,
Workstation. MSP56 MR
MODEM, INTERNET READY,
MEMORY 386. Price $90 000.
TELEPHONE NO. 231-6314.
ASK FOR QUiNCY/NATASHA.
ONE COMPLETE HEAVY
DUTY GYM EQUIPMENT. (One)
Lathe Machine; (one) bench
press with squat rack; (One)
incline bench press, (One) squat
rack: (One) 5-stage Solo Flex
machine: (One) Vita Master
Triple Action Bicycle Agriculture
Equipment. 1 (One) husqvana
self-driven land tiller, Canvas
Hose; 3" pressure pipes.
CONTACT PAUL'S MUFFLER
MOTOR SPARES. PHONE 226-
0351, 227-2174. Lot 70
GARNETT STREET, C/VILLE, G/
TOWN.
SKY Universal, authorized
dealer for the best offer in
Phillips .,, dish View up to
125 channels I **e,.,, Pay
Per View channels and also
Direct TV Cont-ict Grayv orn
Tel 227.-6397/227-1 !51 (0'
6 i 6-9563.
CLOSE down sal is, all
working r/a conditions. 1 Sharp
2052 Iir jC i Photocopa;-d
machine, I Gestetnerr 5327
Re(sO iMiachine: 2 lp'in-rs. one
guillotine': onl laninating
Inac hirte, one I iln dinl
imacChirne: 6 cornpuieT interest
ready; 3 'ihow cases h-i fi.ll
works to tart yv tr owv,,
busihnc-ss. GIs 'i un ,,fli -d
Call 227-.5/'6.
POULTRY FARMS C',a (te'
of Eden c --i r,-, Pla nnng for
a bigger l ivc pens

'Irm s 1and Io[s an, lots oi l uiii.i:'I
water W" are situated near h9 a
creek. 1 M a hin.' Shop Indu.s-
tia! Site with I an extra Ili Call
SUCCESS REALTY 223-6. 24;
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1 36 inch RCAJ
television remote, 110 -
240V with stand on wheels -
$170 000; 1 Sharp microwave,
110V, turn table $15 000; 1
new tent enclosed to
accommodate 4 persons,
hunting or overnight, USA $25
000; 1 round plastic table, 4
chairs and umbrella $15 000;
1 Toshiba radio, tape and CD
Player, 110 240V $11 000;
3-piece cupboard at $10
000 each; 1 Apex DVD
remote, 110V, new $15 000;
1 12-inch coloured Citizen TV
110V $25 000; 1 large wall
divider with compartment for
TV, stereo, music set or
computer, etc., USA made in
two parts $50 000; 1 small
freezer $40 000; 1 small fridge
110V- $40 000; 1 Presto warmer
or roti pan cooker, 110V $12
000; 1 large music set 2 large
base 2 mid range (24
tweeters 2 boxes) equalizer;
2 amp, mixer all mounted on
metal stand with wheels; 2 JVC
turn tables; 2 tape decks double
all for $300 000 neg. lot of
extra sound effects, all cables,
etc.; printers Hewlett Packard
DeskJet- 810c-$12 000; 1600c
$10 000; 612c $8 000; 1
Canadian heavy-duty shredder,
fully automatic 110V $20 000:
2 typist secretarial chairs on
wheel $5 000; 3 4-drawer
filing cabinet $15 000; 2-
drawer $10 000; 3 computers
monitors. 3 CPU, 3 Printers, 3
Keyboards, 3 APC, smart UPS,
3 mouse, 1 voltage regulator
with conditioner, 6 speakers,
1 Star billing machine..1
scanner and stand 1
computer desk, all cables,
1 12V power pack, all for -
$205 000 along with
computers covers; 1 new
digital camera with charger
complete (Sony) used
computer disc $30 000; 1
new digital camera used
pen torch battery and chip
with cable accessory to
computer, to print
photograph $45 000
(VIVITAR). Owner leaving.
621-4928, 611-8766.
1 DIESEL Kubota
generator, 110-240V 50-
60Hz with security casing
battery 12V or crank start -
$700 000 neg.: 1 18 inches
surface planer heavy duty
(Industrial) 230 -460/3 Phase
4-head $350 000 1
Mortising machine, 110-240V
$60 000: 1 12-speed drill
press, 110-240V -$45 000; 1 6
inches Delta belt sander onil
stand. 110V $30 000; 1 125K
240V welding plant
transformer complete with
shield $35 000: 225 Amps
complete $50 000; I1
a- f(ale chain hoist 12
S. ,. 000:1 edge and
surface sander. 110-240V -
S40 000: 1 Skill Mitre
adjustable angle saw, 110V-
$40 000: 1 circle rip saw
(Dayton), 110-240V on
metal stand adjustable -
$55 000: 1 Dayton heavy-
duty Industrial 110V dry
vacuum with dust collector
bag on wheels $35 000: 5
privately owned oxygen
cylinders full with oxygen -
$100 000: 1 small oxygen
and I small acetylene
cylinder with gauges torch
com plete for ,-:. :., ..
refrigerator gas F- i ., --'.
$35 000 R134A 30 ibs -
$30 000 Genetron brand. 1 18
000 BTU-and 1 12 000 BTU.
split unit need servicing good
compressor, both $110 000:
2 12 000 Windovw Unit Peak
$25 000, need servicing.
(working), 3 8 000 BTU
Window Unit, i bullt
casing missing .0 u 000
each: 12 large al miniurm
canisters 3 ;4 x 2 ft. 12 in -
$10 000, 3 ',. x 2ft 18 ins 15
000. 3 1/. x 2 ft. x 24 ins -
S20 000 good for storing
money guns a2nm unlitioir
tools, valuable belongings
etc 75 pieces n ew
galvanised dry; wall frames
10 ft long by 1 inch by 4
inch width, all C30 000. 1
bench o' end r i. ;0V -
000 2 toto cycle
helmeir r i$ 000 each: I
Toyo. / 'c'ad.' oniot !15
000. electric pre,'.sure
washel 2 .10 .- 40 1 00
000: 1 new 25-piece ,
S h a p e r b i lv e i i
socket set AF/metic $i22
000. USA; two BedfoId 4 .
x 4 crash bars 25 000)
each. Owner leaving 621-
,!128 ,,


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26 SUNDAY CHlQAWC LJA AAA 2005
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VEICESOoR A6 -


.'9 NEW 5-gal. pale
adhesive carpet paste $7 000
each; 2 STIHL FS 160 brush
cutters, hardly used both -
$110 000; 1 Sears large water
pump with pressure tank
complete, 110 240V $40
000; 2 security alarm panels for
hook up alarm system for
building store factory, both -
$30 000; 1 Honda EB 1400 AC,
DC, Honda generator $105 000;
3 wash room sinks with hot and
cold water taps $6 000 each;
1 new sealing fans with lights
110V, Canadian made $6 000
each; 75 pieces galvanised dry
wall frames, new 10 L, W 4
inches, 1 inch, all $30 000; 1
25-piece new Draper 1 inch
drive socket set $12 000; 2
inverters 12V to 110V, 400 to
800 watts along with battery -
,$35 000; 1 140 watts with
battery $25 000. Owner
leaving. 621-4928.

VEHBB3A


ONE c
dump truck
parts for c
ton trucks
1 RZ
5327, 3
Contact Lo
Alberttown
1 4-d(
EP 82. E
Great on
226-4177
822.5.
4-WD I
Rover with
player. Price
ONE T
SEATER
CONDITION
1 LON
1 AT 150
excellent c
3953, 627
1 NI
6039, in gc
Price $725
5474 or 22
1 TOY


ONE EFI mini bus. Call GOOD CON
627-7151, 220-3473. 4632.
1 Mitsubishi canter AE 110
enclosed back. Tel. 621-2859. powered,
looks like ti
1 DOUBLE CAB TOYOTA seen. 98 SI
HILUX 4 X 4. TEL. 226-1629. 9687.
21 BEDFORD MODEL ONE A
M TRUCK. TEL: 455-2303 series, go
gear. $1.3
1 NISSAN CARAVAN E Monday -
24, EXCELLENT CONDI- y
TION. TEL. # 220-4782 1 4-D(
a new Mod
ONE BEDFORD TL 7-TON registered,.
LORRY (NOT DUMP). TEL: 9029, 226-
227-1923/616-5679. ONE
ONE HONDA CBR F3. automatic,
EXCELLENT CONDITION etc., PGG
$700 000. TEL. 612-6409. condition.
3 TOYOTA COASTER ONE C
'BUSES, 26 & 29-SEATER. 225- working co
.1429, 624-1147. 3736 or66C
offer refuse
1 TOYOTA212CARINAWITH
CD SET; PJJ SERIES. TEL 624- 192 C
1288. automatic, A
excellent fu
TWO BIG 223-9687.
RECONDITIONED FORD 192 C.
TRACTORS FOR SALE. TEL. automatic
623-0957. Immaculate
I TOYOTA MINI BUS Sheriff St.
$1.7M NEG., 15- SEATER. ONE A
,227-3571, 225-5029. cellent wor
ONE CRASH TOYOTA body work
CORONA KT 147 WAGON Tel. 617-40
.PARTS FOR SALE. CALL 618- ONE 1
3881. good condi
I TOYOTA STARLET after hours
.,GLANZA WITH RIMS. after hours
'EXCELLENT CONDITION. ONE
'TEL. 660-4844. manual trn
condition,
HONDA F4i (2004 model) Tel. 611-1
!'motor bike. $1.4M. 227-4040, 000.
628-0796, 626-1372. FOR sa
ISUZU TROOPER 4 X 4 Leyland D
EXCELLENT CONDITION, condition. T
MUSIC, AC. MUST SEE. TEL. 2990.
228-2525. 1 AT
1 ONE Toyota Land Cruiser motor car -
(diesel)- 13 seater, manual $4.1 automatic,
million. Please contact 623- in hire. ex0
7031. Price $850
1 NISSAN Datsun Pick- ONE
up, 2289 CC, diesel. ocutorcyc
Perfect working condition. 7550, 23:
Tel. 266-3953, 623-3552. Excellent
ONE TOYOTA WAGON, $395
PDD SERIES. NO Toyota Cai
REASONABLE OFFER WILL steering, w
,BE REFUSED. CALL 621- gear. gwn
R8532. 226-0362,
ONE TOYOTA TACOMA ONE A
EXTRA CAB PICK UP, FULLY recently s;
LOADED, MAGS, ETC. TEL. fully powe
270-4465, 623-9909. Tel. 220-4
ONE Toyota Carina with NISSA
m ag rims and spoiler. Tel. saloon, s
-#220-6935. Cell 660-7989. Soham Sir
ONE 4-door Black Starlet ONE Ar
for sale. Needs repairs. stickONE Ar,
Contact Cynthia 641-2590 stick gear,
. anytime $950 000d
S 1 AA 60 TOYOTA Carina 0006.
Scar. Credit can be arranged. JUST
:Phone 611-3887. one 1999
1 SINGLE Cab Pick-up, Extra ca
'GFF series. Good working condition
.condition. $350 000. Call 628- Contact J<
2378. NISSA
S1 2-TON Toyota Dyna Model, fully
canter diesel, double axle, (P.S).music
Working condition. $1.2M neg. 000 neg. C
Tel. 623- 3257, 227-1226. AT 174
ONE Toyota Corona $675
wagon ET 176 17" mags, 7429, 225
,CD Player, mint condition. Tel. 3620. CHI
226-1156 or 227-0400. 2 00
TWO five-dish and one Tacoma 4
four-dish plough also one 18- Toyota I
dish trail harrow. Ideal for rice excellent
work. Tel. 623-09572 1-',z".,-,-'-- 4177, 226


double axle Leyland
k for sale, also plenty
double axle and ten-
. Tel. # 623-0957.
mini bus. No. BJJ
mths. $1 950 000.
t 2 Cummings Street,

oor Toyota Starlet
excellent condition.
gas. Tel. 226-9029,
, 231-7938, 619-

RANGE Rover Land
alloy rims & Sony CD
ed to go. # 621-7445.
OYOTA TOWNACE 9-
BUS. GOOD
N. CALL 621-9424.
G Base RZ mini bus;
Carina car. Both in
condition. Phone 268-
-6242.
SSAN Sunny, PFF
iod working condition.
5 000 neg. Tel. 225-
25-2397.
OTA 3Y MINI BUS IN
NDITION. TEL. 222-

0 COROLLA fully
air bag, AC, mags,
ust off wharf. Must be
sheriff St., C/ville. 223-

E 100 Sprinter- PHH
ood condition, stick
3M. Call 627-6811 -
Friday, 8 am 5 pm.
OOR Toyota Starlet
el EP 91, never
just off the wharf. 226-
-4177, 619-8225.
AE 91 Sprinter -
fully powered, mags,
G series. Excellent
Tel. 270-4465.
Coaster bus in good
ndition. Contact 616-
4-1564. No reasonable
id.
ARINA 2C diesel -
AC, PM, nice clean car,
el mileage. Sheriff St.

ARINA 4S engine -
, AC, PW, PL, PM.
e car. Must be seen.
223-9687.
A 60 Carina, in ex-
king condition, needs
, tape deck, AC etc.
363/225-0236.
TT 131 CORONA in
tion mag rims, stick
deck. Tel: 626-6837
- #220-4316.
Toyota AT 192 -
ansmission, in good
AC, music set, etc.
018. Price $1 250

ale one double axle
)af flatbed in good
Tel. 225-5360 or 626-

170 TOYOTA Carina
- fully power, spoiler,
woman driven, never
excellent EFI condition.
000. Call 260-2355.
(1) CBR 600 F3
a with legal
. $485 000. Tel. 222-
3-6814, 623-3604,
condition.
000 negotiable.
rina AT 150 power
windows, mirrors, stick
er leaving. Telephone
227-5982.
,E 91 Toyota Corolla -
pray over, automatic,
ered. $625 000 neg.
4103, 618-1842.
AN Bluebird 1.8
elf-driven. Contact
gh (Ainlim) 226-
25-3088.
E 100 Toyota Corolla -
excellent condition
music and AC. Price -
neg. Phone # 611-

arrived from USA -
9 model Tacoma
ib 4 x 4, mint
, runs like new.
johnny 226-0702.
AN Laurel -C 33
y loaded (P.M) (P.W)
c system. Price $700
Call 629-7419. Monty.
0 CORONA, manual
000, best offer
. Contact # 629-
-1933; work 226-
RIS
0 MODEL Toyota
4 x 4 Extra Cab, 1
Previa mini van,
family vehicle. 226-
-9029, 619-8225. ':'


SMALL bus Townace, private
use, automatic, luxury seat, power
window. Excellent condition. $580
000. Tel. 614-3615, 626-5803.
1 WHITE Toyota Mark 11
Grande twin cam 24, PFF 3637,
AC, fully powered, automatic,
etc. 1 owner. Price negotiable.
Call 622-3736.
NISSAN Cefeiro car good
condition, 6- cylinder, turbo
charged, AC, power windows.
Price negotiable. 624-5775,
233-5363.
I AT 192 CARINA -just off the
wharf, never registered, fully
powered, new tyres. Price $1.8M
neg. Tel. 276-3202, 624-8431.
STARLET TURBO EP 82 -
automatic, 15" rims, AC, fully
powered. Immaculate condition.
Must be seen. 98 Sheriff St., C/
ville. 223-9687.
1 -DUMP truck, 1 -watertender
and 330 Timber Jack Skidder all
are in good working condition. For
more information Contact: 264-
2946.
MITSUBISHI Canter truck,
4D32, long, power windows and
locks, air-conditioner.
Immaculate condition. 98 Sheriff
St., C/ville 223-9687.
2 KAWASAKI Ninjas Cat
eyes. ZX 600. Excellent
condition. Owner leaving.
Helmets, bike covers,
accessories. No reasonable offer
refused. Phone 223-1885, 642-
3722.
ONE AT 192 Toyota
Carina. Excellent condition.
2 engines, 25 Yamaha (new
model) 8 Johnson (excellent
condition). Call Road Master
268-2244.
MERCEDES BENZ E200;
Toyota Ceres like new; Nissan
Pathfinder, Honda Del Sol Sport
car, PJJ series; BMW 318i sport
car $500 000. 225-2873, 225-
2319.
TOYOTA Corolla KE 70 4-
door, manual transmission,
mags, etc., private. Call 660-
8500. Price neg.
JET SKI like new, Yamaha
600 Dirt bike, Yamaha ATV four-
wheel, Honda XL 600 Dirt bike,
Honda 90" ladies motorcycle.
225-2873, 225-2319.
TOYOTA Carina AT 150 -.
power steering, power windows,
power mirrors, music, 5-forward,
FF series $450 000
negotiable. Call 226-0362, 227-
5982 (h).
ONE (1) TOYOTA Hiace
Super GL 14-seater mini bus
diesel engine, four (4)-wheel
drive dual air conditioned, CD
deck, BJJ 1995. Call 225.5274/226-
7665.
3 AT 192 CARINAS, AE 100
Ceres, EP 82 Starlet, Grand
Vitara Toyota Pick Up T100, GX
91 Mark 11. Amar 226-9691,
227-2834, 621-6037.
TOYOTA Ceres 100 mag,
spoiler, CAD, alarm, flair.
Excellent condition. Must see to
appreciate. Best offer accept.
Fully powered, AC, etc. 264-
2732, 264-1215.
ONE Toyota Camry SV 33
2.0 Lumiere 4-wheel steer, fully
powered. Excellent condition.
AC, alarm, etc. Price $1.8M
negotiable. Tel. 220-7556.
Serious enquiries only.
ONE 4-door Toyota Pick-up
2000 Model in very good
condition. Price neg. Contact
225-6759, between 8:30 am
and 5pm. After hrs. 274-0418.
1 TOYOTA RZ (15-seater)
Short Base gear, mag rims,
music, clean and excellent
condition. Price $1M. Contact
Rocky #225-1400 or 621-
5902.
1 AT 150 Toyota Carina
(private) manual, tape,
excellent condition, hardly
used. Price $550 000. Contact
Rocky # 621-5902 or # 225-
1400.
1 ET 176 TOYOTA Corona
wagon (new engine), manual,
(excellent condition), must spray
over. Price $750 000. Contact
Rocky #621-5902 or 225-
1400.
1 AE 110 TOYOTA
COROLLA (PHH series, never
hire), low mileage, automatic,
mag rims. Immaculate
condition. Price $1.4M.
Contact Rocky #225-1400 or
621-5902.
1 AE 100 TOYOTA Ceres
(PHH series never in hire),
automatic, fully powered, AC,
chrome rims, low mileage. Price
$1 350 000. Contact Rocky -
#225A400*'d[(621 5902. -


1 EP 82 Toyota Starlet
Turbo gear. fully powered, a/
c, mag rims, CD player.
Immaculate condition. Price -
$1.1M. Contact Rocky #225-
1400 or 621-5902.
TOYOTA RAUM PJJ series,
fully powered, alarm, low
mileage, one owner. Excellent
condition. Price $2.OM; Toyota
Corona AT 190 fully powered,
alarm, AC, private showroom
condition. Price $1.5M. Phone
223-1885, 642-3722.
1 TOYOTA 4-Runner (4 x 4)
V6, (immaculate condition),
automatic, fully powered, AC,
mag rims, sunroof, music, CD
Player, crash bars, running
board, roof rack. Price $3.2M.
Contact Rocky #225-1400 or
621-5902.
1 TOYOTA RZ (short base)
Super Custom Original (never
work hire), private, automatic,
full powered, AC, Alarm, DVD
an TV. Price $1.4M. Contact
Rocky #225-1400 or 621-
5902.
1 TOYOTA Extra Cab (SR5)
V6 (double exhaust, automatic,
fully powered, AC, mag rims,
crash bar, CD Player, sun roof,
brand new tyres. Immaculate
condition. Price $2.3M.
Contact Rocky #225-1400 or
621-5902.
1 TOYOTA RZ (15-seater)
Long Base (EFI) gear, mag rims,
music, BHH series, .(Super
Custom front). Immaculate
condition. Price $1.6M.
Contact Rocky #225-1400 or
621-5902.
1 NISSAN CEFIRO car,
(excellent condition) -
automatic, fully powered, mag
rims, private. Price $850 000.
Contact Rocky # 225-1400,
621-5902.
1 TOYOTA 212 Carina, PJJ
series. 1 Burgundy Corolla
wagon, PJJ series. Tel. 220-
6115, 624-4195.
RZ Short base, BGG
series, music, mags, crystal
light, new seater, At condition -
$1.1M; Nissan Laurel BWD, PW,
PM, Auto $550 000. Nauth #
275-0208, 626-0350.
NISSAN Caravan Bus, 15-
seater, size, power steering,
automatic, air-conditioned ever
register, will register at no cost to
buyer. Casb $1.6 million.
Perfect for family. Call 624-
8402, 227-7677, 225-2503.
MAZDA Titan, box truck
(extended height box), power
window and mirrors, air-
conditioned, like new. Just off
wharf. Never registered. Will
register at no cost to buyer. Cash
$2.1 million. Phone 624-8402,
227-7677.
SERIES 3 Land Rover 2-
door, long base power steering,
crash bar, mag, tape deck, fog
lamp, lift kit, bucket seat, recently
completely overhauled, series [II
engine (gas). $950 000. 225-
4631, 624-8402.
MARK 2 GX 90 automatic,
fully powered. Excellent
condition. Like new. Never
registered. Will register at no cost
to buyer. Cash $2.6 million. Call
227-7677, 225-2503; 624-8402.
NISSAN Caravan Bus, 15-
seater, size, power steering,
automatic, air-conditioned ever
register, will register at no cost to
buyer. Cash $1.6 million.
Perfect for family. Call 624-
8402, 227-7677, 225-2503.
SAAB 900 Turbo, PJJ 5837,
fully powered, automatic,
sunroof $950 000. Tel. 227-
7677, 624-8402, 225-2503.
1 TOYOTA 212 Carina, PJJ
series. 1 Burgundy Corolla
wagon, PJJ series. Tel. 220-
6115, 624-4195.
TOYOTA Land Cruiser
(1993) Model manual, AC, CD,
winch $3.4M; Toyota Tundra -
auto and manual $5.5M to
$6.5M; Toyota Tacoma $3.2M;
Toyota SR5 Xtra cab 4 x 4 Pick-
up $1.5M neg.; Toyota (1997)
Model (manual), never
registered $8M; Suzuki Vitara,
5 doors $1.2M neg.* Toyota
(3Y) Surf, automatic $2.1M to
$2.6M; Nissan D21 2 x 4 Single
Cab Pick-up, GHH series $1.2M
ne.; Toyota (3Y) Double Cab 4
x 4Pick-up $1 450 000; Toyota
Single Cab 4 x 4 Pick-up Chevy
Blazer enclosed, PGG series -
$1M; Nissan Atlas canter $950
000; 1996 Model Pajero, leather
interior, automatic $6.9M; Ford
F 150 Xtra cab sports, nickel
mags, 2001 Model $6.9M;
Toyota Four Runner L.H.D. auto
and fully powered $1.6M. K
and N Auto Sales 227-4040,
' 628-079,. 626-4372::


1 FORD Transit van with
wooden tray. External order -
ideal for cattle, greens, water,
grill work. Quick sale $275 000.
Two-ton Canter $575 000; 1 /
Ford van enclosed $575 000.
Contact David at Lot 8 Croal
Street, Stabroek. Tel. # 223-
6218, 612-4477, 660-2815; after
4 pm 231-3690 David.
1 TOYOTA RZ (15-seater)
Long Base gear, mag rims.
Excellent condition. Price -
$1.3M. Contact Rocky -
#225-1400 or 621-5902.
TOYOTA RZ Long Base
BHH series, AC $1 500 000;
BHH RZ $1 200 000; BGG RZ
- $1 350 000, $825 000, $700
000, $550 000; Toyota Town Ace
- $475 000; Nissan Vanette -
$450 000, private. Contact David
at Pete's Auto Sales, Lot 8 Croal
Street on Tel. # 223-6218, 612-
4477, 660-2815 or Lot 2 George
& Hadfield Streets on Tel. # 226-
9951, 226-5546, 623-7805 after
4 pm 231-3690 (David).
TOYOTA RZ Super Custom
- GHH series, AC, automatic -
$1 500 000; GEE RZ $950
000; 3Y mini bus $475 000,
$300 000 down payment;
automatic 3Y $475 000, $300
000 down; Nissan Caravan,
excellent condition $450 000,
pay down $275 000. Contact
David 223-6218, 612-4477
after 4 pm 231-3690.
100 COROLLA and Sprinter
- $1.2M; AT 192 $1 350 000
and $1.4M; Surf 2L Engine
Turbo $3M. VEHICLE ON
WHARF: AT 192 $1.6M and
$1.750 000; 212 Carina $1.950
000 and $2.1M; CRV and RAV 4
- $3.6M. G & I Auto Sales -
640-0929 or 622-5853.
NOW IN STOCK.
Reconditioned Japanese
vehicles AT 212 T/Carna 97-
00; CK2A- M/Lancers 95-97;
AE 100 T/wagon 97; GX110
T/Mark 111 01; SXM10 T/
Ipsum 98; RAV 4 98 01;
J100G CAMI 98; H57A M/
Pajero JR. All vehicles fully
loaded with mag rims, etc. As
low as $2 000 000. Contact
Randy. Tel. # 233-2400 or 624-
7808. Kenrick Auto Sales.
JUST arrived. For the best
factory reconditioned Japanese
vehicles New Model EFI cat
eyes 4WD (diesel), low
consumption RZ mini buses; IRZ
mini bus; AT 192, AT 212 Carinas
- fully loaded; Toyota T100 &
Tundra 4WD spacious cab and
tray. Credit terms and trade-in
offers available. Low down
payment @ Paul Camacho Auto
Sales, 111 Croal St. (bet. Albert
& Oronoque Sts.). Tel. 225-0773,
621-5869.
ONE MITSUBISHI CANTER
4D32 EXCELLENCE
CONDITION CABIN FULLY
ENCLOSE WITH SHELF'S,
SLIDING SIDE DOOR, BACK
DOOR RISE UP AS SHED,
LOWER DOOR DROP DOWN AS
PLATFORM, HOLDING WITH
CHAINS. IDEAL FOR DRIVE &
SELL FOR INSPECTION. Phone
225-6101/227-2174. 70 Garnett
Street, Campbellville,
Georgetown.
ONE Nissan 720 pick up long
tray along with spare engine.
Mint condition. Privately used -
$625 000 neg. One Toyota
Corona station wagon ET 176 -
5-door, power steering, front
wheel drive, 12 valve engine, AC,
adjustable seats, 5-seater fold
down back seat, mag rims, disc
brakes, PHH series. Privately
used, female driven. Good for
taxi service or personal family
use. Excellent condition -
$800 000. Owner leaving.
621-4928.
NOW IN STOCK. TOYOTA
Corolla NZE 121, AE 110, EE
103, Honda Civic EK3 & ES1,
Toyota Hilux Extra Cab LN
172, LN 170, RZN 174, Toyota
Hilux double cab YN 107, LN
107, LN 165, 4x4, RZN 167, RZN
169, Toyota Hilux single cab -
LN 106, Toyota Hilux Surf RZN
185, YN 130, KZN 185,
Mitsubishi Canter-FE 638E,
FE6387EV, Toyota Carina AT
192, AT 212, Toyota Marino AE
100, Toyota Vista AZV 50, Honda
CRV ROI, Toyota RAV 4, ZCA
26, ACA 21, SXA 11, Toyota 15-
seater buses, RZH 112, Toyota
IPSUM SXM 15, Toyota Mark 2
GX 100, Lancer CK 2A. Contact
Rose Ramdehol Auto Sales,
226 South Rd., Bourda,
Georgetown. Tel. 226-8953,
226-1973, 227-3185, Fax: 227-
3185. We give you the best cause
you deserve the best.


212 CARINA $1 750 000;
AT 192 Carina $1 350 000,
$1 450 000; AE 100 Corolla -
stick gear $950 & $1 150 000;
AE 100 Sprinter $1 250 000;
Ceres $1 200 000; Marino -
$1 800 000; AT 170 Corona -
$775 000; AT 170 Carina -
$750 000; AE 91 Sprinter $525
000; AE 91 Corolla $725 000;
AT 150 Corona stick gear -
$450 000; AT 140 Corona -
$400 000; AA 60 Carina $425
000; Blue Bird $525 000; KE
30 Corolla $160 000. Contact
David at Pete's Auto Sales Lot
8 Croal Street, Stabroek. Tel. #
223-6218, 612-4477, 660-2815
or Lot 2 George and Hadfield
Streets. Tel. # 226-9951, 65546,
623-7805, after 4 pm 231-3690
- (David).
1 AT 192 CARINA (never
was in hire), auto and fully
powered, with flare kit AC, CD
Player -mags, Spoiler,
immaculate $1.5M neg.; 2001
Model Mercedes Benz $8M;
AE 110 Sprinter $1.4M,
Mitsubishi Lancer $1.8M;
Toyota. ED Carina (manual) -
$775 000; Toyota Ceres, (PHH
series), never worked hire -
$1.3Mi AT 192 Carina $1.3M
neg.; AT 170 Corona, fully lite,
fully loaded $1M; 170 Carina
- $950 000; Toyota Vista,
automatic $1.2M; B12 Sunny-
automatic, (PGG series) $580
000; AT 150 Carina (Manual) -
$525 000; SV 40 Camry (PHH
.series), immaculate $1.9M;
AE 91 Corolla (Automatic) AC -
$675 000; Nissan Blue Bird
(automatic), very neat $450
000; EP 91 Starlet, automatic
with 4 doors, AC, CD Changer,
PHH series $1.3M and more.
K and N Auto Sales 227-4040,
628-0796, 626-1374.



ONE truck Driver. Call
225-2487, 616-5968.
ONE COOK FOR NIGHT.
SHERIFF ST. TEL. # 227-8576.
HOMES WANTED
$$$$. KEYHOMES #
223-4267
1 LIVE-IN DOMESTIC,
40-50 YEARS. TELEPHONE
642-8781.
1 LIVE-IN Domestic 27
Delph Avenue & Garnett
St..
1 MINI bus/tractor Driver,
2 plumbers/masons. Call
227-3339.
WANTED Responsible
hire car Drivers. Tel. 231-
7475. *
HIRE CAR DRIVERS.
CONTACT TEL. 227-0018.
WANTED Waitress and
Cook at Doc's Pool Bar. Tel.
# 227-0555.
3 MACHINISTS. APPLY
18-23 ECCLES INDUSTRIAL
SITE, E B DEMERARA.
EXPERIENCED Live-in
Domestic between 20 and 30
yrs. Call 227-5665.
TO buy one electric meat
saw. Contact telephone 225-
0480 or 225-0484.
PART-TIME employment
as a Clerk. T. Singh, North Mon
Repos, De Endragt Section (Lot
63).
CARPENTERS. Apply
Avinash Complex. Water Street.
Tel. # 226-3361, 227-7829.
HONEST, mature &
reliable hire car Drivers to
work in Taxi Service. Contact
223-1682.
BARTENDERS. Call 231-
3088. Satellite Connection
Rest. And Bar, 4 Craig &
Middleton Sts., C/ville.
WELDER, Waitress,
Handyboys. Apply to Night Bird,
189 Barr St. Tel. 225-1923,
626-1006.
PORTERS to work in
Lumber Yard at Gove, EBD. Call
Richard 624-0774/233-26141,
265-2241.
REGENT STREET.'
ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL
BUILDING. HUMPHREY.
NELSON'S REALTY. TEL: 226-
8937.
1 EXPERIENCED
excavator Operator to work in
interior. Tel. 223-1609, 624!
2653, 777-4126.
EXPERIENCED Puri Maker
to work. Contact 185 Waterloo
Street. Phone 225-2866. Ask
for Fat-Man.












HIRE CAR DRIVERS.
CALL ALAN 227-2238.
UNFURNISHED two or
three-bedroom house or top flat
residential area $80 000 per
month. 625-2886.
ONE Domestic/Babysitter
from WCD to work from 6:15 am
to 5:45 pri, Mondays to
Friday. Call 612- 2537.
ONE Arc and Acetylene
Welder. Must know grill work.
Contact. 21 Broad Street,
Charlestown. Tel: 225-2835.
SALESGIRL, kitchen
staff, live-in girl from country
area. Nazeema Deli 318 East St.,
N/C/ Burg. 226-9654/618-2902
HANDYMAN. Must be able
to take care of dogs. Apply
within 389 Ganges St., Prashad
Nagar or call 227-5500 72027.
EXPERIENCED sewing
machine operators. Apply at
MILCO Garment Industries. 170
Camp & Charlotte Streets,
Lacytown, Georgetown.
1 COOK to work in Interior.
Must know to cook Indian and
English Dishes. All
accommodation provided. Tel.
223-1609, 777-4126.
ONE (1) Security Guard.
Tel. No. 227-4263. Enquiries
may be made between 5 pm
and 6 pm Mon. Fri.,
Saturday 8 am and 5 pm.
ONE live-in Domestic to do
general house work. Attractive
salary. No cooking, no washing.
Apply 68 Robb Street. Tel.
225-4631.
MIDDE AGE MAN TO
OPEN AND CLOSE SHOP,
ALSO TO FIT WATCH
BATTERIES IN WATCH OR
CALCULATOR. TEL. 227-3233.
SALESMAN. VEHICLE.
SALARY OR COMMISSION.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCES
WOULD BE AN ASSET. TEL.
227-3233.
EXPERIENCED Roti and
Dhal Puri Makers, Cleaners and
Waiters. Apply in person Hack's
HalaalI Restaurant, 5
Commerce St., G/town. 9 11,
am.
EXPERIENCED Hairdresser.
Must know to do manicure,
pedicure, facial and hairstyles,
etc. Also chairs to rent. Please
contact Tel. 223-5252 or 628-3415.
WANTED Cooks. Must
know to cook Indian and Creole
dishes. Also Waiter, Waitress,
Guard. Cont. # C & S Restaurant
& Bar 28 Sheriff & 1" Sts. C/
ville.
ONE live-in Maid to work
on ranch and look after house
at Mahaicony River $20
000 monthly. Contact 192
Duncan St., Newtown, Kitty.
225-6571.
SALESGIRLS to sell
movies and CDs. SALESBOYS
to sell general electronics and
bicycle. Must know to assemble
bicycles. HANDYMAN to do
errands and cleaning. Salary
plus commission. Apply to 68
Robb Street Guyana Variety
Store, Nut Centre Building.
HANDYMAN between 18
and 35 yrs. Security guard 35
50 yrs. Apply in person to
Clairan's, Church St.
TWO live-in Domestics
between the ages of 17 and 20
years from the country areas.
Also one live-in boy to do
Handyman work around yard and
bond. # 6214928.
LIVE-IN staff to do semi-
clerical work from out of town.
Application Personal Manager.
Lot D Lama Avenue, Bel Air
Park, Georgetown. Call # 225-
9404 or 225-4492.
DAY Security Guard,
experienced Salesclerk and
Handyboy. Apply with written
application to Regent
Household Electronic at 143
Regent Road, Bourda. Tel. No.
227-4402.
ONE live-in Domestic from
the Country area also one live-,
in Handyman from country area.
with masonry experience, one
Carpenter to do repairs and
other work. 621-4928.
SALESPERSON with own
vehicle, 3 years experience,
minimum. Secretary/Receptionist
- computer literate. Warehouse
worker. All applicants must have 2
references. Phone 225-4338.
WANTED urgently one
Back Hoe Operator to work in the
Interior. Salary negotiable, living
quarters providing. Contact
Ramjit at Tel. No. 225-9920,
225-4500, or John Phillips at
Tel. No. 777-4065.


DO you have a female
elderly relative who lives alone
and is willing to accommodate
a female elderly companion?
Cost will be shared. Please call
614-1069, 226-5552 (8 am 4
pm). Krish.
WANTED three (3)
experienced Waitresses to work
in Restaurant & Bar at 19 UG
Road, on weekends, at nights.
from 4 pm to? Serious enquiries
only. Apply in person between
12 hoon and' 3 pm daily.
Attractive wages.
WANTED urgently Secu-
rity Guards and Ice Plant
Operators. MVst have (2) re-
cent 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.
MAJOR Trading
Company seeks Office
Assistants. Minimum
qualification: CXC Maths and
English, Grade 111.
Computer knowledge but not
compulsory. Application
Personal Manager, Lot D
Lama Avenue. Bel Air Park,
Georgetown. Call # 225-
9404 or 225-4492.
PAYING CASH!
Aluminium $30 per lb/$70
000 per ton, Brass $50 per
lb/$110 000 per ton, Lead -
$10 per lb/$22 000 per ton;
Copper $60 per lb/$140 000
per ton, Stainless steel $35
per Ib/$70000 per ton. All
prices in (GYD)- Guyana
dollar. CALL TRINI 610-
8952; 612-8684; 618-7939.


EXOTIC Rental has
vacancy for one Outdoor Sales
Representatives. Must have
sound secondary education, 'at
least 2 years experience &
transportation would be an
asset (Motorcycle, cycle or car).
Salary & Commission. Apply
68 Robb St.. Lacytown.
Guyana Variety Store, Nut
Centre Building 227-7677.
RK's Security needs
Duty Officers (Watch
Commanders). Drivers -
(car, minibus, lorry),
Visiting Inspectors with
motorcycles and bicycles,
neat, ambitious, trim males
and females for Baton,
Wireless and Canine
divisions. Report with Police
Clearance, recommendations,
NIS and ID Cards to: RK's
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USA Green Card
Lottery. Live & work in the
USA. Family application -
$4 000. Contact 227-3339.



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



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.
COMING to New
Amsterdam, (EEC). Give your
children the best in education.
moral & discipline. Enrol them
at Emmanuel's Education
Complex (Recognised by the
Min. of Education Nursery,
Primary, Secondary. Contact #
223-6018. 226-2144, 618-
2061 (Georgetown) 8:30 to
5pm or 333-4393 (New
Amsterdam after 7 pm.



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. #f 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
,32 % e I 33-


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



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



MOTORCYCLES East
Coast Traders Independent
suppliers of all makes
Motorcycles and Scooters -
West Berbice. Competitive
prices. For a bargain tel. #
617-3192.



UPPER flat of two-
storeyed building for business
purposes located in Coburg
Street (next to Police
Headquarters). Call
Telephone # 618-6634.
BOTTOM flat with 2
bedrooms, toilet and bath,
telephone and parking facility -
122 Crane Street, Queenstown,
Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice.
Telephone #339-3221.


1 3-STOREYED building,
newly built in the heart of
New Amsterdam. Price
reduced drastically. Call
3.3.3-24.57, 33.7.-2.34 8.
(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 Canefie.ld Canje Public
Road. Price $20 million,
negotiable. Contact Tel. 327-
71 4.
1 HOUSE and Iland (double
lot), location: Lot F-10 Albion
Front, Corentyne, Berbice.
Price 2$3.. nill Mi e table.
Contact Li-- 2 866.-


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PERSAUD: In loving memory of our dear mother
DHAINOMATTIE of Lot C 18 Bath Settlement, W.C.B who died
on June 3,2004. ...
June comes with deep regret
A month we willneverforget
ButweallknowthatitsGd's will
Forn our hearts you'llalways.l
Sleep on beloved mother i
Take thysweetrest ..
For God takes only the best.. ;,
Inserted by her loving, daughter Duttie and family, rest of her
children, friends and relatives.
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grandchildren, nephews
and nieces and their
spouses and other -
relatives of the late MRS. ; 4 -
JASMATI PERSAUD r
.. iwido'A, of the late Pandit
Nanoo Persaud) lately of
Triumph Village and .K'
Prashad Nagar wish to
express deep gratitude to all
*,Aho extended sympathy by words of comfort,
flowers, cards and olher ways to make the loss
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Khamraj and other relatives of the late Ravindra,,
Khamraj (Ravi)wish to express sincere thanks to all those
who helped in whateverway before and after our loss.
'SPECIAL THANKS to:
Ministry of Health
Lions Club
GuyanaCentralAryaSamaaj
B.W.I.A.Airline
Dr. Mohan Persaud
Deowattie Komal of Harbour Bridge
Anand Persaud (DentalTechnician) ,
Khaim Persaud and family ofBarboados
SRelatives and friends from U.S.A., Canada and Trinidad
Relatives and friends of Guyana and others.
Your assistance and kind words have been greatly
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DFID works to achieve the Millennium Development Goals, in particular the
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poverty by 2015. We need staff that will support DFID's-mission and values
and understand how their own role contributes to the success of the team
and the organisation.
Located within the British High Commission in Georgetown, the DFID
Guyana team is part of DFID Caribbean (DFIDC), which has its
headquarters in Barbados.. The team supports the development and
implementation of pro-poor policies through Guyana's Poverty Reduction
Strategy. and does this in c.- ** with the Government, c society.,
the private sector and the wider international development community.
Applications are nov/ being invited for the : : .: of Driver-Office Assistant.
Broadly the tasks of the post areas i:.n -. :
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service to the office
Assistwith the upkeep and maintenance of -, office vehicle
Carry out support duties for office administration e.g. mail,.
photocopying/scanning, email, etc.
Detailed job descriptions and application forms are available from our office
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must be made only on DFID's prescribed application form.
The ideal candidates will have at least 6 years previous practical driving
experience and hold a full current valid drivers licence for light & medium
class vehicles. The candidate needs to have a basic understanding of
computers, internet, email functions etc and can use typical office
equipment and software. Appointment will be subject to medical and official
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McKinnon, Perreira crowned



C-division badminton champions


RYAN McKinnon and
Roseann Perreira were
crowned champions as the
Guyana Badminton Associa-
tion C-division competition
ended on Friday night at the
Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
McKinnon defeated Dr. Orin


Liddell in two straight games in
the male finals, 15-7 and 15-6,
while in the female finals, Perreira
got pass Emily Ramdhani 3-1..
The female final saw Petreira
losing the first set 3-11, after
Ramdhani targeted her returns
towards Perreira's weak back-


hand. The second set, saw
Perreira playing a number of
drop shots and she bounced back
to take the set 11-5, despite,
Ramdhani having slammed her
way back into the game at 5-7.
By the third set, Perreira had
settled into her game to record


an easy 11-3 victory.
In the semi-finals of that
competition Perreira breezed
pass Ester McIntosh 11-3 and
11-2, while Ramdhani defeated
Vanessa Ramkishun 11-3, 11-8.
Taking third place was


Ramkishun who gained a walk-
over from McIntosh.
In the male semi-finals,
McKinnon defeated Lancelot Khan
15-7 and 15-13, while Orin Liddell
got pass Kane Prasad 15-1 and 15-
13. Taking third place was Khan


who registered atwo set victory over
Prasad 15-7 and 15-6.
Later this month, the Bad-
minton association is ex-
pected to hold an open tour-
nament also at the Cliff
Anderson Sports Hall.


Thom and McRae for World


Swimming Championships


The winning row: From left to right Vanessa Ramkishun, Emily Ramdhani, Roseann
Perreira, Ryan McKinnon, Dr. Orin Liddell and Lancelot Khan. (Delano Williams photo)




SHORT TERM CONSULTANT (1 month)
GOVERNMENT OF GUYANA GUYANA REVENUE AUTHORITY
FISCAL AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM [FFMP]

The Government of Guyana (GOG) has recently concluded a Loan Contract # 1551-SF/GY
(US$29.5 million) with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). Part of the proceeds of this
Loan will be applied to the financing of the implementation of the Fiscal and Financial
Management Program. The FFMP consists of three sub-components namely:

(i) Tax Policy and Administration;
(ii) Public Sector Financial Management; and
(iii) Fiscal and Fiduciary Oversight.

The overriding aim of the FFMP is to build effective and sustainable executive and oversight
capacities in the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), the Ministry of Finance (MOF), the National
Assembly (Economic Services Committee (ESC) and Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and the
Public Procurement Commission (PPC).

The main focus of this assignment is to assess the Systems for the Recording and Controlling of
Exemptions in the Guyana Revenue Authority. To this end, the FFMP hereby invites applications
from suitably qualified candidates for a short term consultancy:

Requirements:

(i) Graduate Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or a Taxation related area,
(ii) Minimum of five (5) years experience in the area of Tax Administration.
,i Proven communication, interpersonal skills and effective working relationships.

Detailed Terms of Reference for the posts referred to above may be obtained from:

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Project Execution Unit
Guyana Revenue Authority
357 Lamaha and East Streets
Georgetown
Guyana
Tel: 225 5051
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DUE to their recent success at
the Islamic Solidarity games
in Saudi Arabia and their all-
round performance in the pool,
the country's tw6 champion
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Earlando McRae, have been
selected by the Guyana Ama-
teur Swimming Association
(GASA) to represent Guyana
for the upcoming World


Swimming Championships
which will be held from July
17th to 31st in Montr6al,
Canada.
Currently the 16-year-old
McRae is in training with other
amateur swimmers in prepara-
tion for the August Goodwill
Swim Meet, Thom is also train-
ing, but is doing so in Trinidad
and Tobago.
Along with the two swim-
mers, Marcia Velloza-
Sylvester will travel with the
side as coach, while GASA
president Clifford Zammett
will make the trip to represent
the association at the FINA
congress, which will take
place simultaneously with the
championships.
At a press briefing yester-
day at the Colgrain Swimming
Pool, Velloza-Sylvester, said that
this competition is an opportu-
nity for the two swimmers to put
Guyana on the map.


. "The Championships will
see the world's best in action in-
cluding Michael Phelps (USA
Olympic hero).,


According to Velloza-
Sylvester it is unique oppor-
tunity for Earlando to raise
his own personal standard,
and we are all hoping along
with Thom they put Guyana
along in a positive light.


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Guyana IUnder-15

team for CFU tourney
GUYANA will field a team in the Caribbean Football Union
(CFU) Under-15 Invitational tournament billed for Trinidad
& Tobago in August.
The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) will select a team from
an Inter-association tournament from next week Sunday with four
games.
Players will be shortlisted for possible encampment and train-
ing for the 20-team regional tournament.
Selected players must be born after January 1, 1990 and
have valid travel documents, along with a written approval from
their parent or guardian.

Leading century-makers in Tests
KARACHI, (Reuters) Leading century-makers in Test
cricket after Brian Lara struck his 30th in the second Test
against Pakistan in Kingston, Jamaica yesterday.
(tablulated under centuries, player, country, matches; *
denotes match in progress)
Centuries Player Counrty Matches
34 Sachin Tendulkar India 119 *
34 Sunil Gavaskar India 125
32 Steve Waugh Australia 168
30 Brian Lara West Indies 117
29 Don'Bradman Australia 52
27 Allan Border Australia 156
26 Garfield Sobers West Indies 93
24 Greg Chappell Australia 87
24 Vivian Richards West Indies 121
23 Javed Miandad Pakistan 124


Aussies plan to

win mind games
AUSTRALLA plan to use the forthcoming NatWest Series
to try and undermine the confidence of England's players
ahead of the Ashes Tests.
Ricky Ponting and his team set off from Brisbane yesier-
day and wfll play their first wnarm-up game against a PC-A Mas-
ters XI at Arundel next Thursda).
"T'm not a big believer in taking momentum from a one-day
series
"But tf we can create some doubts m a couple of individual '
minds. that'll be good for us." said Pontnng
"*The great thing about this tour for us with the 10 one-
dayers is that we w ill get a lot of good. competitive cricket
under our belts before the Test matches come around.
"B. the 21st of Jul\. you should see most of our gu,s in
pretr. good shape."
Australia and England are clear favourites to reach the final
of the Nat\\est Series. which also intohes Bangladesh
And the \'World Cup holders, who hate prepared for the tour at a
%week-long training camp. plan to set the record straight after losing to
England in the seru-finals ot' last year's Champions Trophy.
Pointing insists his side "ill play hard but fair and anm
'sledgiug'" ill not go beyond the spirit of the game.
"'We are more than happy to be tallong to opposition pla' -
ers in the field so long as it is not personal or abus'ie
"A lot of the talk that goes on out on the field can some-
itmes heu musnterpreted as the harsh i ipe \\ords and that's
not alv.ass the wavy i is
"\e'te drawn our own line in the sand and we have said
that %%e are not going to o\erstep that mark and in the last couple
of years w e hat\e been % erN good at that.' he said
He is expecting England to provide a tough challenge
in all forms of the game after an uninterrupted run of suc-
cess oier the past 12 months.
"If you %watch the way the\ pla', and ho \ilic ''e gone
about their cncket. the\ ha\e a v.inniin habit and .*Aining cul-
lure %which they haven't had for a while "
But he added 'There's an e,.tra incentive for me. I gue's.
being mn:i first Ashes tour as captain
"It's a great tour a really fun tour to be on. lou learn a lot
about yourself and a lot about the rest of the guys in .our side."
Australia will stop off on the ;., to Eneland to .sir a
\ rld \War I hatrtllicid in northern France '..here hLndreds .
Australian troops died
It echoiie their I it to Gallipoit. scene of a iine-iriniitl bo-ile
in uhich almost 9.0 1.1 Austraiian soldiers \'.ere killed in 11':I1.
ahead of the. 2001 A shes series
"Gallipoli, before the last Ashes tour. nas a great ex-
perience for all of us in ohled.
"A lot of the guys took a lot from that and whai we'%e
tried to do is start a tradition before eery Ashes tour to do
something similar." Ponting explained.
Australia one-day squad: Ricky Ponting (captain I. Adam
Gilchrist (ice-captain), Michael Clarke. Jason Gillespie.
Brad Haddin. Matthew Hayden, Brad Hogg. Michael
Hussey. licoael Kasprowicz. Simon,Katich, Brett Lee.
Damien Martyn. Glenn McGralh.Ahdi-es S nimonds. Shane'
Watson. i BBC Sporti


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Western Tigers whipped Georgetown Football Club
(GFC), 5-0 and Conquerors put away Bannas Mys-
tics, 4-0.
Andre Easton and Mannaseh Primo scored one
goal each for Pele's. victory, while Jevon Amstrong,
Elson Bowen and Anthony Moe, along with Cloyd
Bascom accounted for Uprising's goals.
Andrew Murray blasted a helmet trick for West-
ern Tiger's, with Michael Henry scored the other
goal.
In Conquerors' victory, Sean Sanmogan
hit a double, while Paul Bobb and Keon
Lagabeau put in one goal each.
The seniiinals are fixed for thus morning at the
same venue from 8.30 h 1\ ith Pele meeting West-
ern Tigers in the first and Uprising coming up against
Conquerors in the second.
In the afternoon, the losers will meet in the
third place play-off and the winners will clash
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alcohol plays a significant part in the Carib
bean diet and social scene. Alcohol, specific
,. call ethyl alcohol has been used for cen-
turies by all culture. In addition to being consumed
as a beverage strictly for recreational purposes,
alcohol has been used to sterilise and preserve
foods, as a component of. religious ceremonies and
:to dull the pain of surgery in the days before
-anaesthetics became available.
.A a recreational drug it has been found that generally, poorer
people consume more alcohol than more affluent persons: In the
UK, studies hate shown that on average men drink twice as much
alcohol as oiomen, the young drink more than the old and single
persons drink more than married persons. ,
Alcohol. ethN I alcohol or ethanol all refer to the natural fermen-
tation bs product of yeast and carbohydrate. While not a nutrient,
alcohol does pro\ ide energy to the body. However, these calories
.'re'often referred to as "empty" calories as they are not accompa-
nifed by an, other nutrients. One gramme of alcohol contains ap-
proximately 7 kcal. This compareswith 1 gramme of carbohydrates/
proteins which provide approximately 4 kcal, and 1 g fat which
.provides 9 kcal.
The amount of.alcohol a specific beverage contains depends on
rthe rN pe of drink. "Proo' is the alcohol content of distilled liquors/
spirits such as whiskey, gin, rum, or vodka. Proof is the percentage
.*of alcohol (by volume) multiplied by two. For example, 100-proof
.alcohol = 50 per cent alcohol, 200 proof alcohol = 100 per cent
alcohol, etc. The calories content of liquors is calculated by multi-
:.plying the amount in ounces by the proof by the factor 0.8. For
example- 1 ounce (1 shot) of 80 proof rum contains 1 x 80 x 0.8 =
6-4 kcal.
: ,The alcohol content of wine is given as a percentage. White
wines average 12 per cent, and red wines are around 14 per cent
alcohol. The alcohol content of beer is between three to eight per
cent, "Light" beers have fewer calories and have approximately three
per cent'alcohol content. Liqueurs such as sherry and creme liqueurs
contain 40 to 50 per cent alcohol.

THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL
T .,he acute consumption has many immediate effects. Alcohol
works on the brain and puts it to sleep. Alcohol functions as a de-
.-pressant to the central nervous system and slows down body func-
tfions. In large amounts, alcohol can cause sedation (can put you to
sleep), intoxication, unconsciousness, and possible death. The abil-
ity. of alcohol to affect a person depends on the person's gender,
:body size and genetics. Some people have large amounts of the en-
zyme that breaks alcohol down in the body. Having large amounts
of .this enzyme reduces the immediate physical effects this sub-
istance has on the body. Immediate effects of alcohol on the body:

Facial flushing
Nausea
*..'.Dizziness/hangover
.*- Numbness in hands/feet
': Chest distress
*. Muscle weakness
Shakes/trembling


* Stomach discomfort


Chronic use of alcoholic beverages is associated with many harm-
ful effects on the body. It can cause under-nutrition because of a
reduced intake of food. This reduced intake may result from sev-
eral factors, including decreased appetite so the person is eating less.
The toxic effects of alcohol on the intestine could cause less nutri-
ents to be absorbed or hamper the metabolism or break-down of
foods in the body. Alcohol impairs nutrient absorption by damag-
ing the cells lining the stomach and intestines. Even if nutrients are
digested and absorbed, alcohol can prevent them from being fully
utilised by altering their transport, storage, and excretion.
In -the early stages of alcohol abuse these empty calories pro-
vided by alcohol, can lead to obesity, but as time progresses the
person who abuses alcohol may replace regular food intake with
alcohol, this leads to weight loss as alcohol does not provide as
much energy and the vanert of nutrients as foods.

WHAT IS ALCOHOLISM?
A chronic disorder charactensed by dependence on alcohol, re-
peated excess e use of alcoholic beverages. development of
withdrawal symptoms on reducing or
stopping alcohol intake. devel- ,
opment of illnesses that may
include cirrhosis of the liver.
and decreased ability to
function social) and 'o-
cationally. It is currently) .
believed by man\ to be .
a disease with strong ",
genetic links. .
Chronic alcohol-
ics are prone to vi-
tamin deficiencies. .I .
For example alco-
hol inhibits fat
absorption and
thereby impair,
absorption of the
vitamins A, E, and
D that are normally '
absorbed along
with dietary fats
Vitamin C and
the B vita-
mins, as well
as thiamine r
and folate
are also defi-
cient in
some alco- .
holics. Defi-
ciencies of thia-
mine and folate are: .
associated with
mental illness in
chronic alcoholics ;J
,, Ie(cl, ietncies
of minerals
such as cal- .


cium, magnesium, iron, and zinc are common in alcohol-
ics, but it is not the alcohol itself that affects the absorp-
tion of these minerals. Instead these deficiencies seem
to occur because of other alcohol-related problems: de-
creased calcium absorption due to fat malabsorption; mag-
nesium deficiency due to decreased intake, increased uri-
nary excretion, vomiting, and diarrhoea; iron deficiency
related to gastrointestinal bleeding and zinc malabsorp-
tion or losses related to other nutrient deficiencies.
Chronic alcohol consumption is associated with damage to the
liver. It has been shown that as many as 50 per cent of all alcohol-
ics will have cirrhosis of the liver. The liver works very hard to
breakdown alcohol and remove it from the body as it is toxic to our
bodies. But in doing so over many years the liver itself becomes
damaged and eventually loses its ability to heal itself adequately.
The scar tissue that results from these healing attempts is what is
known as cirrhosis of the liver. This condition becomes fatal when
the liver losses much of its functioning, so can no longer perform
its essential tasks. In addition to risking developing cirrhosis of the
liver, heavy drinkers are more susceptible to the liver damaging ef-
fects of industrial chemicals, anaesthetics, chemical cancer causing
compounds and many commonly used drugs.

ALCOHOL INTAKE AND PREGNANCY
Alcohol consumption is also believed to have an association with
the development of cancers. Alcohol is a carcinogen (cancer causing
compound) as well as a co-carcinogen as it can increase the cancer
causing effects of other compounds. Additionally, acetyl aldehyde
which can be found in alcoholic drinks and is the main metabolic
product from alcohol in humans is a known carcinogen in animals.
Studies have found a dose response to alcohol consumption in oral
cavity, pharynx, larynx oesophagus and liver cancer. This means
that as more alcohol is consumed the risk of developing any one of
these cancers is increased. Recently alcohol has also been impli-
cated in progression of colon cancer, but the information is still rela-
tively new.
Alcohol use in pregnant women is not recommended. The
alcohol itself is toxic to the developing foetus and the nutrient
deficiencies that can occur because of its use also hamper
development. Alcohol use can restrict the flow of nutrients to
the developing foetus. The baby may be born with foetal

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Vehicle Number
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PEE 8510
PFF 1981
PHH 3890
PHH 3896
PHH 3898
PJJ 1904
PJJ 4311
PHH 4769
PHH 4761
PEE 6119
PHH 4766


Type of Vehicle
Nissan Double Cab
Sentra Motor Car
Hundai Motor Car
Nissan Mvhni-Bus r9sealer)
Toyota Motor Car
Toyota Land Cruiser
Honda Molor Car
Mazda Truck
Nissan Mini-Bus (9 seater)
_Toyota Surf 4 x 4
Nissan Mini-Bus (9 seater)


These vehicles will be sold on an "as is, where is" basis and can be inspected daily at the Licence
Revenue Department Smyth & Princes Streets, Georgetown during normal working hours.
Please contact Mr. M. Kamrouz on telephone number 223-0607 for further details.
Tenders should be addressed to:
The Chairman
National Procurement and Tender Administration
Ministry of Finance
Main & Urquhart Streets
Georgetown
And marked at the TOP LEFT HAND CORNER "TENDER FOR PURCHASE OF VEHICLE
NUMBER...............- Guyana Revenue Authority". If bidding for more than one vehicle; please
submit individual tenders.
Tenders should be deposited in the Tender Box at the Ministry of Finance not later than
09:00 hrs on Tuesday June 14,2005 when Tenders would close.
Tenderers may be present at the opening, v. hich would fake place
immediately after the close of Tenders. The Guyana Revenue Authority
does notbind itself to accepting the lowest Tender and reserves the right to
reject any. Tender without assigning reasons.

" Khurshid Sattaur
Commissioner-General
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T am divorced with
two grown daugh
ters in their 20s.
Both my ex and I are
remarried. He lives in a
distant city. Both
daughters are married,
and one has two boys
and the other one boy.
My problem is the lack
of interest my ex-hus-
band shows in his
daughters.
My youngest daughter is
getting her master's degree and
invited her dad to come to her
graduation. Also, she bought a
new house two years ago and
has a little boy, neither of which
he has seen. Her invitation to
the graduation was greeted with
enthusiasm, and she really
thought he was coming. She also
told the news to people at work
and family members.
She's been buffing up the
house and getting a guest


room ready for his stay. Well,
lo and behold, he's not going
to come. He gave some lame
excuse about tickets for
something or other, and he
couldn't give them away so


are hard to come by. Yada,
yada, yada.
My daughter told me last
night. I showed no sign of an-
ger or disappointment, nor did
I rank on him. But I'm mad. She
says no big deal, but I know
how hurt she is and it hurts me
when my kids hurt. Both
daughters are so nice they
would never confronnt him on
any issue. I don't want to butt
in where I shouldn't, but when
I see my kids hurt, I want to
do something.
Do I have the right to in-
terfere and call or write my ex
and tell him exactly what he
has done? Or do I keep my
mouth shut, and let relation-
ship issues between father
and daughters be dealt with
by them?

DELIA

Delia, you cannot
make him be the man he
isn't. If that could be done,
everyone could just write a


OFFICE OF THE REGIONAL DEMOCRATIC COUNCIL
Region # 10
19 Republic Avenue, Mackenzie, Linden


Invitation to Tender

Tender re hereb) irn ted from suitable) qualified contractors for the execution of the following Building &C il
Works:

1. Completion of Rehabilitation works to plumbing & sewage system Kwakwani.
2. General repairs & maintenance to roof, walls, floor- Officers HouseAd10- Amelia's Ward.
3. External works to fence HouseAd10 -Amelia's Ward.
4. Repairs & maintenance to roof, walls, painting Calcuni Primary School B'ce River.
5. Repairs & maintenance to roof, walls, painting St Lust Primary School & Qrts B'ce !River.
6. Completion of repairs & maintenance to Lichas & McKenzie High School.
7. Repairs & maintenance to roof, walls, stairs -Howell Wilson Community High Schoo- Ituni.
8. Continued repairs & maintenance to roof, walls, painting Mackenzie Primary School.
9. Completion of repairs & maintenance/painting Watooka Day Primary School Annex.
10. Repairs & maintenance toTeachers'House 128 Teachers Compound -BlueBerry Hill.
11. Repairs & maintenance to Maria Henrietta Teachers Qrts Berbice River.
12. Repairs & maintenance to DeVeldtPrimary School & Qrts Berbice River.
13. Extemal works to fence; driveway, outdoortoilet- Vivienne Parris Health Centre.
14. Construction of Pine Street Nursery School.
15. Rehabilitation of Rockstone# 2 Bridge.
16. Repairs& Upgrading to-Fairs' Rust Richmond Hill Road.
17. Rehabilitation ofAmelia's Ward Self Help Scheme Main Road.
Complete set of tender documents may be uplifted from the Regional Accounts Department, 19 Republic
Avenue, Linden from Wednesday, June 1,2005 for non-refundable fees as follows:
Items 1 13- $1,000, Items 14 & 17-$4,000.
The following requirements must be met:
Tenders must be addressed to:
Chairman
Regional Tender Board
Region #10
in a sealed envelope and bearing no identity of the tenderer.
Tenderers are to submit with their tenders valid Certificates of Compliance issued by the
CommissionerofIRD and General Manager NIS.
> The worktendered for must be clearly marked at the top right hand corner of the envelope.
Tenderers or their representatives may be present at the opening of the tenders on June 15, 2005
at 10 am when tender closes.
Tenderers are required to submit two (2) photocopies along with the original copy of tender.
> The Tender Board is not bound to accept the lowest tender and retains the right to reject any tender
without assigning a reason.


Henry Rodney (Mr.)
Regional Executive Officer
Region #10


letter or make a phone call,
and everything on the planet
would be fixed. He is taking
advantage of your daughters
because they are nice, but if
they weren't nice, would they
be your daughters?
You've experienced who he
is. A divorce didn't change him.
Your daughters are going to have
to come to terms with this on
their own. There are children
whose parents die when they
are young. There are children
who are abused by their par-
ents. There are children who are
ignored by their parents.
Each child deals with that
individually. Perhaps 20 years
from now he may suddenly de-
cide he needs a relationship with
his daughters. And they may
accept, or reject, him based on
their past dealings with him.
This is not a matter for you
to get involved with. He is no
longer your husband. Your
daughter is trying to "win" her
dad, a man who rejects her. She
may always try to do that, and
she may take for granted the
person who has been there by
her side all along. Best to take a
neutral stance here and do noth-
ing.

WAYNE & TAMARA


Around


the block

'm 21 and for the past seen months I've been with nm
girlfriend, 20. I am the first person she's slept with.
Although she is the first girl I've been in a relation-
ship with. she is not the first lad) I slept with. Prior to her
I had a series of one night stands with five other women.
In the beginning, she was perfectly all right with that.
Lately we've been fighting, and she finds me disgusting,
dirty, iand cheap for having slept with other women. The last
analogy prior to kicking me out was I am a used car, a cheap
Yugo, while she is a brand-new Ferrari.

BURT

Burt, she was a brand-new Ferrari. Not anymore. Now
you're both "pre-owned." When it's love, history doesn't mat-
ter. When it's not, history does.

WAYNE & TAM"ARA

Sen leter t: irctAnwesPOBo
964, SpringfeldMO65 01 or-mail
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Suitably motivated and disciplined young men and women are invited to
fill vacancies in a newly established elite Security Enterprise in the position
of: Security Officers

The applicant must:
* must be between the ages of 18 to 45, with valid identification documents
(Identification number, passport, driver's licence).
* be of good mental and physical health as evidence by a licensed medical
practitioner.
4 be in possession of three GCE/CXC passes, one of which must be English
Language or equivalent.
Be prepared to complete a written entrance examination.
* possess a clean criminal record and, if selected for training, provide a
Certificate of Good Character issued by the Police in the last three months.
* be prepared to undergo a programme of training, if selected, to equip
himself/herself with the necessary expertise to allow effective job
performance.
4 provide two testimonials with telephone numbers of referees.


Benefits:
* Attractive remuneration packages.
* Professional development in ancillary disciplines.
* Finest law enforcement and developmental training.
* Medical & Pension Schemes.

Applicants are requested to submit documents to.
The Security Manager
P.O. Box 10530
Georgetown


A Memner ol CL Financial La


Previous service in the military or in law enforcement, and a valid driver's permit.
will be definite asset. .J % ,. ;'.


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EDUCATION


EIGHT out of ev
ery ten
Guyanese above
that age of 12 years can
read and understand
this newspaper. We
should be proud of this
fact especially when we
consider that we are
more functionally liter-
ate than the majority of
the world's nations in-
cluding Brazil and the
United States.
But despite this fact, we
have not been taking full advan-
tage of our fortuitous situation
generally as regards health guid-
ance and particularly, oral health
education.
The American Dental Asso-
ciation recently held its annual
convention which tens of thou-
sands of dentists attended and
participants once again
emphasised the vital role played
by print communication in the
fight to minimise dental caries
and gum disease. The


organisation currently distrib- come swollen and may bleed.
utes millions of pamphlets as The gums begin to pull away
part of its national oral health from the teeth and form pock-
education programme.
Extracts from one of
those pamphlets are .
presented hereunder. ,
Daily brushing and
cleaning between teeth
are important to your .
dental health because I
they remove plaque.
Plaque is a thin, "
colourless, sticky film -, -
that constantly forms on "-
your teeth. When you eat
foods containing. sugars
and starches, the bacteria
in plaque produce acids
which attack tooth >
enamel. The stickiness of l ^
the plaque keeps these
acids in contact with the 'r
teeth. After many such at-
tacks, the enamel breaks
down and a cavity forms. ets that usually become in-
If plaque is not removed fected. If gum disease is not
with daily brushing, it eventu- treated properly, the bone sup-
ally hardens into calculus (tar- porting the teeth is destroyed
tar). As calculus forms near the and healthy teeth may be in-
gumline, gums can become irri- volved.
tated and inflamed. They be- It may surprise you to


I CAREER OPPORTUNITIES



Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals to undergo
a period of training as Management Trainees for possible absorption in
a dynamic organization as follows:

ENGINEERS

Applicants must possess the Bachelor of Engineering Degree in
Mechanical Engineering.

ACCOUNTANTS

Applicants must possess the Degree in Accountancy/or Equivalent
qualification from a recognized institution.

ADMINISTRATORS

Applicants must possess the Degree in Business/Public
Management/Administration or other related field.

Applicants must have strong communications skills, be highly
motivated and committed, in addition to being Computer literate.

Successful applicants would undergo a period of training, designed to
place them in Middle Management positions. They must be able to
master procedures very quickly and understand policy in order to lead
a team confidently upon completion of initial training period.

Applications must be sent to:

Vacancies for Management Trainees
Personal Management.. ... ........ ... . ... . ....... .
P.O.Box 1071 ..... n* s ....
Georgetown


know that 50 per cent of
adults over the age of 18 and
75 per cent of adults over the
age 35 have some degree of
gum disease. It is never too
early to start fighting back.
Your dental team can remove
calculus from your teeth and
treat gum disease that has al-
ready appeared. But daily
dental care is in your hands.
Brushing removes plaque
and food particles from the
inner, outer and biting sur-
faces of your teeth. Several
different methods are accept-
able. One acceptable method
for removing plaque is as fol-
lows:
Place the brush at an angled


position to the gums. Gently
move the brush back and forth
in short (half a tooth wide)
strokes. Brush the inner tooth
surfaces followed by the chew-
ing surfaces. Use the 'toe' of the
brush for the inner front tooth
surfaces. Do not forget the
posterior faces of the last mo-
lars. Finally, brush your tongue
and hard gums.
For general use, select
the brush with soft, end-
rounded or polished bristles.
A toothbrush with a small
head size should allow you to
reach every tooth. Worn-out
toothbrushes cannot properly
dean your teeth and may injure
your gums. Once the bristles
start to turn backwards, it is time
to change the brush. Brushes
with hard bristles are used to
clean dentures.
One way to clean be-
tween the teeth is with den-
tal floss. Flossing remove


plaque and food particles
from between teeth and the
gum line areas a toothbrush
cannot reach. The following
suggestions may help to
learn about flossing. Break
off about eighteen inches and
wind most of it around one
of your middle fingers. Wind
the remaining floss around
the same finger of the other
hand. This finger will take up
the floss as it is used. Hold
the floss tightly between
your thumb and first finger
with about an inch of floss
between them. Use a gentle,
"sawing" motion to guide the
floss between your teeth.
Hold it against your tooth,
scraping the other side of it,
as you guide it gently be-
neath the gum line.
If none other is, this ar-
ticle is worth cutting out and
keeping for constant refer-
ence.


INVITATION FOR BIDS



LANDSCAPING FOR POLE STORAGE SITE

The Government of Guyana (GoG) has received financing from the Inter-American
Development Bank (IDB) towards the cost of the Unserved Areas Electrification
Programme (UAEP). It is intended that part of this financing be applied to eligible
payments for the Upgrading of a plot of land to be converted to a pole
storage site in the Guyana Power & Light (GPL) Sophia compound.

Guyana Power & Light (GPL) Inc. therefore invites sealed bids from eligible
contractors for the Upgrading of a plot of land to be converted to a pole storage
site in the Guyana Power & Light (GPL) Inc. Sophia Compound.

Bidders may obtain further information from, and inspect bid documents at the
office of the UAEP Procurement Officer, 232 Middle Street, Georgetown, Guyana,
Tel: 592-225-7398; Fax: 592-225-5255
A complete set of bid documents can be purchased for a non-refundable
fee of Two Thousand Guyana Dollars ($2,000 GYD) at the office of the:
Contracts & Supplies Manager
Guyana Power & Light, Inc.
40 Main Street,
Georgetown, Guyana
Tel: 592-226-9598, Fax 592-227-2180

Bids must be delivered to the tender box at the address below before 14:00h
on Thursday 23 June, 2005, and addressed as follows:

THE UNSERVED AREAS ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAMME
Bid for Upgrading of a Plot of land to be converted to a pole
storage site in GPL's Sophia Compound
Tender Board Guyana Power & Light Inc.
40 Main St. Georgetown
Guyana, South America.

Bids will be opened at a public ceremony in the presence
of bidders/representatives at 14:00h on Thursday 23 June,
2005 at the address given above for submission of Bids.

_Bidders registered in Guyana must submit Inland Revenue
and National Insurance compliance certificates along with
their bids. ctt rio, a

Late Bids will be returned unopened.

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Deadline for submission of applications is June 10, 2005.


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From page II fused, webbed, or missing fin- low-set or poorly formed ears. hyperactivity in childhood;
gers or toes, limited movement Organ deformities: heart poor body, hand, and finger co-
alcohol syndrome, and of joints; small head. defects; heart murmurs; genital ordination.
may exhibit the following malformations; kidney and uri-


symptoms: Facial abnormalities: small nary defects.


Small body size and
weight, slower than normal de-
velopment and failure to catch
up.

Skeletal deformities: de-
formed ribs and sternum, curved
spine, hip dislocations, bent,


eye openings; skin webbing be-
tween eyes and base of nose;
drooping eyelids; nearsighted-
ness; failure of eyes to move in
same direction; short upturned
nose; sunken nose bridge; flat or
absent groove between nose and
upper lip; thin upper lip; open-
ing in roof of mouth; small jaw;


Central nervous system
handicaps: small brain; faulty
arrangement of brain cells and
connective tissue; mental retar-
dation, usually mild to moder-
ate but occasionally severe;
learning disabilities; short atten-
tion span; irritability in infancy;


GOVERNMENT OF GUYANA /EUROPEAN UNION










VACANCY


Applications are invited from highly motivated, efficient individuals for the
key position of Community Development Officer to the GOG /iEU project.

Project Title Support to Low Income Housing Sector
Post Title COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.SPECIALIST
Funding; European Development Fund
Duty Station Georgetown
Cleoing date for
applications June 15, 2005

Qualification 1. A Bachelor's Degree ih Social Work /
Social Sciences with emphasis oh
Community participation / Negotiation and
Conflict Management;

2. A Bachelor's Degree in Social Work /
Social Sciences plus five years experience
in community-based work.'

3. One year of Community "Development
work with Donors fundq vill be an asset.

Nationality Guyana National or ACP country citizen
' Requirement '

Job description and terms of reference fdr the position are
available from the Project Unit, at the Ground Floor of the Central
Housing and Planning Authority Building, 41 Brickdam and United
Nations Place, Georgetown.

Since the job requires extensive skills at a senior level, an
attractive package is available for the successful candidate.

All applications will be processed confidentially and should be
addressed in a sealed envelope to:

EU / Project Coordinator
Low Income Housing Programme
41 Brickdam & United Nations Place
Stabroek

Or


Long-term alcohol use
causes a marked acceleration
in the metabolism of com-
monly used medical drugs.
This leads to lower circulat-
ing levels in the blood which
in turn caused reduced effi-
cacy of the medicine. Essen-
tially the drug is broken down
before the body can use it
properly. On the other hand
if the drug is taken with al-
cohol at the same time, this
can lead to higher than
needed levels of the drug in
the body because it takes too
long to break down.
With all of these uncomfort-
able side effects and harmful
consequences to alcohol use it
may be surprising that its usage
has survived for centuries. This
may be related rnostly to the ef-
fects of alcohol on the brain.
The psychological effects of al-
cohol intoxication include lack
of inhibitions, increase in aggres-
sion and violence 4nd uninhib-
ited sexual behaviolr/lack of in-
terest in sex. In some instances


these effects may be seen as ad-
vantageous and a person may
actively pursue these feelings by
drinking alcohol. Other effects
such as mood swings and de-
pression do not always occur in
some people so are not a hin-
drance. Also impaired memory,
another psychological effect of
alcohol intoxication, may mean
that persons never remember the
immediate negative conse-
quences of their drinking.

In the last few years some
physical benefits to drinking
alcohol have been discovered.
Studies have shown that
moderate consumption of
alcohol is protective against
heart disease. Some studies
suggest that this is a function
of all alcoholic beverages
while others suggest that
only moderate consumption
of red wines provide this
benefit due to their higher
level of antioxidants.
However there is some
amount of controversy
surrounding this issue.
Some persons argue that the
other harmful consequences
of alcohol 'consumption
outweigh the benefit to heart
health. They point out that
there are morel harmful food
and beverage Ichoices that
protect against heart disease.

UNIT OF A COHOL
One "unit" usually means
a beverage containing 8 g 'qf
ethanol, e.g. a hblf pint of a


3.5 per cent beer, or one 25
ml pub measure of spirits. A
small (125 ml) glass of
average strength (12 per cent)
wine contains 1.5 units.


HAZARDOUS
DRINKING
The term hazardous drink-
ing is widely used. It is synony-
mous with "at-risk drinking"
and can be defined as the regu-
lar consumption of:

Over 40 g of pure ethanol
(5 units) per day for men.

Over 24 g of pure ethanol
(3 units) per day for women.

These figures derive from
population studies showing
the relationship of self re-
ported levels of drinking to
risk of harm. It is arbitrary
which point on the risk curve
is deemed to merit a warn-
ing. Other authorities have
quoted weekly recommended
upper limits for alcohol con-
sumption of 21 units per
week for men and 14 units
per week for women.

International literature
shows a strong relationship be-
tween alcohol, consumption in
particular road crashes, violent
incidents, suicide and other
causes of injury.
For further information
contact: Caribbean Food and
Nutrition Institute.


COOPERATIVE REPUBLIC OF GUYANA
MINISTRY O AGRICULTURE

AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAMME
LOAN NO. 15581SF-GY

The Cooperative Republic of Guyana (GOG) has .received financing from the Inter-American
Development Bank (IDB) of US$22.5 Million owards the cost of implementing the Agricultural
Support Services Programme (ASSP). The primary objective of the P(ogramme is to raise rural
incomes by increasing the efficiency of agricultural production in the coastal plain of Guyana.

The Government of Guyana has established a Programme Executing Unit (PEU) within the
Ministry of Agriculture which is responsible for the implementation of the Programme.

The Ministry of Agriculture now invites applications from suitably qualified persons to fill the
following positions in the PEU.

(a) Institutional Specialist (1)
(b) Agronomist (1)

The detailed Terms of Reference (TOR) for the positions are available from the office of the
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, at the address given below, as from May 27, 2005
during normal working hours.

The closing time and date for the receipt of the applications is the close of business at 4:30 p.m.
on June 10, 2005.

Applicants are required to submit one (1) original and two (2) copies of their applications, enclosing
a recent C.V., prepared in sufficient detail for the purpose of evaluation, for the position for which
helshe is interested.

Each contract will be for a period of one year and is subject to annual renewal. The salary and
allowances are negotiable.

Applicants should ensure that their applications bear their full address so that contact with the
applicant may be facilitated.

Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Agriculture


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Hello boys and girls,
Welcome dear friends. Let us remind you to put
some study skills in place to conquer indiscipline
during study. One important thing here is never
have anything that can be distracting within reach
when you are studying. Commit yourself to learn-
ing something new each study session!

'Bye.

IN THIS WEEK

Punctuating the Dialogue

*Remember these rules:

a) Place quotation marks only around the quoted
words.
b) Set off introductory or explanatory remarks from
the actual quotation with the use of a comma.
c) Use two sets of quotation marks for quotations
that are interrupted by explanatory words such as
he said or she wrote.

Examples:

a) "I never think of the future," wrote Albert.
b) "Sharon Strong," said Mother, "was one of the
better known writers during that time."
Using Single Quotation Marks around a
Quotation within a Quotation
Example: My mother smiled and replied, "It was
my cousin, Joy Bourne, who said, 'A stitch in time
saved me dollars!'"
When you write dialogue into your stories,
begin a new paragraph and use a new set of
quotation marks every time the speaker
changes.

Example: "What class are you in now, Jeremy?"
asked the village scavenger.
"What is that to you, John?" retorted the new
boy on the street.
"When I ask you a question, I want an answer,"
said the father of five who found an easy way out
of fatherhood.

Exercises
Rewrite the following sentences, adding quotation
.marks where they are needed.
1. Algebra is a merry science said Albert Einstein's
grandfather.
2. His teacher told him you will never amount to
anything, Albert.
3. Simon asked, why did he say, this is only the
beginning?
4. I ran when they cried, come quickly!
5. That's incredible! My father said yet again.

Solutions to Punctuating Dialogues (From Last
Week)
1. "What grade are you in now, Raymond?" asked
his new friend.
2. "If you have anything to say to my sister, you
say it to me," said the big brother.
3. "What are you, her father?" asked the new
neighbour.
4. "Sandra Boston," her teacher once declared,
"is the best thinker in this class."
5. "I never think of the future," wrote Jack
Johnstone's father, "it comes up soon enough."

*Reminder: The effect of stories with dialogue.
a) A story seems very-real to the reader if the
characters speak for themselves.
b) A story with dialogue (conversation) in it is
usually easier and more interesting to read than one
without.

A Story for You
Look how the following story comes alive with


dialogue.

They went out from the house. The sun turned the
sweat of Durante to hot water and then dried his
skin so that his clothes felt transparent. "Tony. I
got to be mean," said Durante. "Stand right here
where I can see you. Don't get too close. Now
listen. The sheriff would be along this trail
sometime today, looking for me. He'll load up
himself and all his gang with water out of your
tanks. Then he'll follow my sign across the desert.
Get me? He'll follow if he finds water on the place.
But he's not going to find water."
"What you done, poor Dick?" said Tony. "Now look,
I could hide you in the old wine cellar where
nobody -"
"The sheriff's not going to find water," said Durante.
"It's going to be like this."
He put the rifle to his shoulder, aimed, fired. The
shot struck the base of the nearest tank, ranging
down through the bottom. A semicircle of darkness
began to stain the soil near the edge near the iron
wall.
Tony fell to his knees. "No, no, Dick! Good Dick!"
he said. "Look!" All the vineyard. It will die. It will
turn into old, dead wood, Dick...."
"Shut your face," said Durante. "Now that I've
started, I think I like the job."
Max Brand, "Wine on the Desert"

Writing Dealing with Reality

As Denise drove up the road into the mountains
of the Rownowbe, she watched the sun slowly
abandon her. The air became heavy, and the
heavy mist moved in. The thick clouds enveloped
her and her car so abruptly that Denise gasped.
She could only see a few feet into the white mist,
but she was afraid to pull over. The shoulder was
narrow and there was no telling when another
vehicle might come up and hit her from behind.

Note: Continue the story, using dialogue as much
as possible.

Reading and Finding Out

Read about the preservation of orchards and plantations
in Guyana and the rest of the Caribbean. Write down
the information. Tell pieces to an interested person, and
then write a letter to a pen friend about your find.

Comprehension

Note: Reading passages for comprehension encourages
the reading habit.
Read the following passages then answer the
questions at the end of each of them. Be sure to
pay attention to what each is saying.

Passage One

Mrs. Simpson kept fifteen turkeys in the backyard.
At the bottom of the backdoor leading into the back
road: she cut out a square hole, so that when the
backyard door was shut the turkeys could get out
seeking food. When one of the turkeys had a
dozen and a half grey chickens, Mrs. Simpson was
very pleased. She made two more holes at the
bottom of the door for them, smaller than the first
one, of course; in fact, just big enough for the grey
chickens to reach the back road.

Questions

1. How many turkeys had Mrs. Simpson at first?
2. How many turkeys had she when she cut the
second hole?
3. What colour, were'thbe chickens?
4. Cboud the'turkeys'get-on'to-the back road when


the backyard door was shut?
5. Was Mrs. Simpson wise or foolish when she
made the second hole in the door?

Passage Two

When they went into the empty house by the front door,
they saw the stairs right in front of them. To their left
was a door, closed and locked. To their right was a
long passage with a window at the far end. First of all
they had a look at the downstairs.

Questions

1. Was there a wall divider in the house?
2. When they went to have a look around, did they walk
to the left or to the right?
3. If they climbed the stairs, were they facing the front
door?
4. If they came down the stairs, would the locked door
be at their left side or right side?
5. If they were downstairs and turned along the pas-
sage, should they return left or right?
6. Draw a plan of the bottom floor of the house.
7. What rooms do you think are found on the top floor
of the house?

Passage Three

Jack's garden is pleasantly situated and comprises two
distinct sections. At the bottom near the stream is a
flat area where the soil is wet, heavy and poorly drained.
The other slopes upward from here to the road, and-is
therefore better drained. The soil also is lighter in tex-
ture. Potatoes like well-drained soil, and leeks will grow
in heavier, wetter conditions, and so will celery. Car-
rots like a sheltered position, and so does beetroot. Let-
tuce needs plenty of moisture.

Questions

1. Would Jerome grow leeks on the slope?
2. Would he grow potatoes on the slope or on the flat
area?
3. What would the lower part be suitable for besides
leeks and celery?
4. Is the best soil for carrots on the slope or below?
5. Is the more sheltered position for carrots on the slope
or below?
6. Where is the writer standing?

Vocabulary

Use a dictionary to help you. find the meaning of the
words in bold letters.

1. If you studied the science of heavenly bodies would
you be an astrologer or an astronomer?
2. Under what circumstances would a cenotaph be
erected?
3. Of what use is an inventory?
4. A raucous voice is melodious. True or false?
5. Why would you not like anyone to intercept your
letters?
6. Which of the following are quadrupeds? gnu,
dragon, eider, panda, vole, hind, housefly, louse.
7. Has a taxidermist anything to do with driving a taxi?
Say why.
8. For what purpose is an usher employed?
9. Who would be interested in horticulture?
10. i) Put the following into alphabetical order: mo-
nopoly, meditate, myriad, morose, millet, manda-
rin
ii) Find a word that means "sullen, sour-tempered."
11. What kind of a wound is a mortal wound?
12. What kind of a person has a jovial character?
13. Explain how you could be instrumental in
someone's success.
14. What kindofmilk is adulterated milk?


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Hello boys and girls,
Welcome. Let's look at the kind of exercises that
can heighten your study: Try some discussion from
today. It tests your knowledge and understanding.
It brings you new ideas and insights. It helps you
actively think about and use material in many dif-
ferent ways that you have stored away in your mind.
Keep on discussing things you need to learn well.
Love you.
'Bye.

IN THIS WEEK
Multiplying Decimals

Let us look today at a short-cut using 10, 100, 1000, etc
when multiplying decimals. See what happens below?

Decimal multiplication by multiples of ten

See table below

Complete the following:


1. 0.364 X 20
2. 1462.3 X 68
3. 0.5567 X 50.3
4. 0.5080 X 60.305
5. 0.064 X 70.8
6. 56.08 X 60


If you are multiplying a decimal by, let us say, 59, the
easiest way to get about it is to first multiply the decimal
by 50 and then by 9 and add.

So 56.8 X 38 = (56.8 X 30) + (56.8 X8)
1704.0 + 454.4 = 2158.4. Remember the place of deci-
mal.
And
56.8 X 3.8 = (56.8 X 3.0) + (56.8 X 8)
1704.0 + 454.4= 2158.4.
Remember the place of decimal which is one.

And

56.8 X 3.8 = (56.8 X 3. 0) + (56.8 X 0.8)
170.40 + 45.44 = 215.84
The places of decimal are two in number.

Addition and Subtraction of Decimals

1. 2.387 + 0.769 =
2. 4.76 + 8.993 =
3. 3.075 + 76.908 + 1.387=
4. 13.875 3.873=
5.2.272- 1.006 =
6. 56.76 4.249 =
7. 5.98 0.0784 =
8. 8.006 5.118 =
9. 8.007 4.208 =
10.9.0607 5.9072 =

Mixed Applications
The first one is done for you.
1. There are fifteen boxes of dog food. Each box con-
tains 15 bags. Each bag contains 15 cups of dog food.
How many cups of dog food are there? We need to
multiply 15 by 15.by 15. Answer: There are 3375 cups
of dog food.
2. On her last trip to the hinterland, Manda counted 98,
94, 86, 69, and 88 mango trees in the settlements she
visited. Her brother's numbers were 87, 92, 100, 63,
and 78. Who had a greater average? By how much?
3. Make a decision. In a story the winner is offered a
choice. He can take $1,000,000 or he can take $1000
the first day, $2000 the second day, $4000 the third day,
$8000 the fourth day, and so on, for 10 days. Decide
which.you would choose and explain why.
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Note: There are some small points that can disturb your
smooth thinking when you are stretching yourself with
decimals. We work some out for you below.
Write the item Value
What is the value of the figures in bold? We have worked
them out for you.
1. 7.75 (5 hundredths = 5/100)
2. 89.7 (7 tenths = 7/10)
3. 0.9147 (4 thousandths = 4/1000)
4. 18.9754 (4 ten thousandths = 4/10000)
Write the word name for the decimals.
1. 069.004 (69 & 4 thousandths)
2. 24.46 (24 & 46 hundredths)
3. 0.0008 (8 ten thousandths)

Explaining and Reasoning:
1. Why doesn't placing a zero to the right of the digit 9
change the value of 0.9? Answer: Placing a 0 at the
right does not add any value to the digit 9. The digit is
still 9/10.
2. Why does placing a zero between the decimal point
and the digit 9 change the value of 0.9? Answer: The
number then becomes 0.09. The digit 9 is read as 9
hundredths. Its value changes from 9 tenths. 9 hun-
dredths is smaller than 9 tenths.

Write the decimal as a fraction or mixed number.

Decimal Fraction Mixed #
1. 0.9 9/10 = 9/10 *
2. 7.5 7 5/10 = 2 *
3. 0.64 64/100=16/25 *
4. 0.53 53/100=53/100 *
5. 38.723 38723/1000 38 723/1000
6. 0.764 764/1000 *
7. 71.907 71907/1000 71 907/1000
8. 0.0009 9/10000


* denotes that there is no mixed number.


Write the number in standard form.
9. 2/8 = /4

10. 78/9-= ?

11. 17/100 = ?

12. 4 8/1000 =?


13. 65 hundredths =?


14. 78 thousandths = ?

15. 7 and 60 hundredths = ?

16. 65 thousandths = ?

Name two decimals between each pairs of numbers:
17. 5 and 6 = ?

18. 5.8 and 5.9= ?

19. 7.49 and 7.7 =


8.765 and 8.766 =


21. Do you think that there is always another deci-
mal between any two decimals? Explain your reason-
ing.

22. In training for a triathlon, a biker rides 28.5 km,
25.7 km, and 38.75 km. About how far has he ridden so
far?

More Explanations in Multiplication of Fractions

To multiply decimals just multiply as if there were
no decimals and then count the number of places.
Insert the decimal point at the place of count.

Example

5.6 X .87

Look below to observe that the decimal point is in-
serted, after the 8. It can only be placed there, (be-
tween the 8 and the 4) when the multiplication is
completed. Because the numbers being multiplied
have a total of three decimal places, you need to
count off three decimal places from the right in the
product.

Thus:

56
X 87
4480
392
4.872
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More on short-cut using 10, 100, 1900, etc.

Let us multiply 98.87 X 10. Note that the multiplica-
tion has two decimal places to accoLnt for. The
answer is 988.7 (which is equal to the decimal point
shifted one place to the right of the digit 8 and the
digit 0 taken off at the end after the digit 7).

098.87 0
988.70
988.70


The long method can be used here as a test to
prove that the answer is correct: As you were told
above in the long method, count off two places from
the right in the product as the numbers in the multi-
plication given had a total of two places of decimal.
So 98870 with two places counted off from the right
is 988.7.

Well, from this you should understand that to
multiply 988.70 by 10, it is the same as adding
a 0 at the end of the product and shifting the
decimal point one place to the right of where it
was originally given in the original multiplica-
tion problem.


Number By 10 By 100 By 1000
1.0.1 1.0 = 1 10.0 = 10 100.0 = 100000
2. 2.76 2.76 = 27.6 2.76 = 276 2.76 = 2760
3. 0.047 0.047 = 0.47 0.047 = 0.04.7 0.047 = 47
4. 0.76 0.76 = 7.6 0.76 = 76 0.76 = 760
5.0.1654 0.1654= 1.654 0.1654 = 16.54 0.1654 = 165.4
6. 0.001657 0.001657= 0.001657 = 0.1657 0.001657 = 1.657
7.0.4085 0.01657 0.4085 = 40.85 0.4085 = 408.5
8. 6.05093 0.4085 = 4.085 6.05093 = 605.093 6.05093 = 6050.93
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Sunday Chronicle June 5, 2005


SBy Terence Roberts


RUSS I -



The mature, sensual



woman on screen


some chic shirt and jacket
fashions; "Macao" of 1952,
regarded as stylish classic,
put Russell and Mitchum
together again in this slick
fashionable Film Noir where


Russell is once again a suave
experienced nightclub singer
falling in and out of bad
company in the famous
Portuguese-Oriental tropical
port of Macao. All these films


hold our attention with their
stories of personal realistic
problems. From 1953
however her films increased
Please turn to page XV


OR two decades,
the 1940s and
'50s, the films of
ane Russell repre-
ented a positive and
influential type of
oman who did not be-
ave in a conceited
feminine manner. She
efined the term
womann" not girl, or
lady, by her roles as the
experienced female,
either immature,
rudish, nor prissy. Yet
ussell never had nude
cenes, or set out to
hock, even though
oth her body and atti-
ude on screen was
ery: sensual and
onchalantly common.
or such reasons,
ussell's .films were
popular, despite their
simple undramatic
qualities, with both men
nd women, especially
n countries like cos-
opolitan Guyana.
Like many other Holly-
wood actresses, Jane Russell's
,ood looks in face and figure
as her ticket to becoming a
ilm-star, but her roles are not


addressed to those who look
like her in shape or colour, but
to all women who have enough
sense to see how a mental and
physical attitude can bring sta-
bility and pleasure to their lives.
Russell was no dummy, she
took professional acting classes
and knew her profession, but
her knack was in balancing
physical beauty with firm com-
mon sense. Russell had a gor-
geous body, with long legs, wide
hips, a generous lively bosom,
a beautiful small mouth on a.
cute face; but most of all it was
her head of wild curly black hair
and the ability of her Latin-like
skin to tan and glearn which
helped her to reach wide audi-
ences beyond North America.
Russell who had strong religious
faith, and whose mother became
a preacher, once summed her
personal style of morals \and
sexuality by saying God gave
her a good body and she was
going to use it to the best of her
ability.
In her films and perfor-
mances as a singer on stage,
Russell demonstrated her idea of
using what God gave her by her
sensual body movements out-
lined in shiny tight dresses. The
way she moved alone on stage
while singing jazzy suggestive
songs when she performed in
nightclubs, became a nightlife
style of pure pleasure adopted
by mature nightclubs in free na-
tions around the globe, includ-
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JANE RUSSELL performing as the suave nightclub singer in


ing previous nightclubs in
Guyana during Georgetown's
very civilised mid-20th century
decades. Also Russell's chic
fashion sense often used soft
open-neck sports shirts, skirts
and dresses that suggested easy
release yet confidence in her
body's actions, offering a mature
woman's style. In 1943
Russell's film career started
with a film produced by million-
aire Howard Hughes called "The
Outlaw". The film's fame is not
based on violence at all, but on
Russell's transparent peasant
blouses which revealed her
prominent bare breasts likewise
her peasant skirts which ex-
posed her legs as she lay in hay-,
stacks, etc, in her bold role as
both the lover of the young out-
law Billy The Kid and the far
older Sheriff, Pat Garrett.
Russell's naturally sensual body
caused shock and pointless
scandal,, ignoring the film's true
originality, which lay in Direc-
tor Howard Hawks understand-
ing use of the real Wild West's
geography of Southern areas
with constant hot sunny cli-
mates, which influences Jane
Russell's comfortable attire,
which was certainly realistic.
Some of the best realistic West-
erms which were later made are
extremely sexy, but not very
well known.
Later in 1955 Russell
made another film which
caused scandal and had
problems being shown,
because in her role as a model
in "The French Line",
Russell, without appearing
nude, does a "bump and
grind" song. and dance sequel
in a bathing suit with missing
parts which exposed belly and
hips. Russell's performance
in this film is the forerunner
of sexy performances like
Madonna's in videos like
"Vogue", or Jennifer Lopez's
"Waiting For Tonight", or
Foxy Brown's music videos.
But most of Russell's two
dozen films are delightful for
their very humane, lively,
humourous, and adventurous
qualities. Films like "The
Paleface" 1948, a hilarious
Western with Russell playing
games with green-horn Bob
Hope. "His Kind of Woman"
1951, is Russell at her suave,
cool, smart-talking beautiful
best, as the nightclub singer
suave Robert Mitchum falls
for. "Double Dynamite"
paired Russell with Frank
Sinatra, and displayed her
slick mature reactions to his
inexperienced role; "Las
Vegas Story" was a similar
sort of film which gaVe.,'i
Russell a chance to show,-,


JANE RUSSELL (left) as the fiery Gypsy girl, with Cornel Wilde in "Hotblood" 1956.



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By Stacey Bess

ALMOST three
years ago,
sports journalist
and cricket enthusiast
Donovan Matthews left
his homeland, Guyana,
for the Turks and
Caicos Islands, search-
ing for new opportuni-
ties. He succeeded in
opening and striding
through the portals to
the exciting world of
computer science and is
currently scanning the
horizons for a dual ca-
reer computer tech-
nologist and journalist.
Whilst his intellect saved all
-the computer data and he prac-
tised journalism on a freelance
basis, one of his special passions,
which he cultivated from age
seven, so persistently invigo-
rated his life, that he became
obliged to share it with the Turks
Islanders. It is his love for the
popular West Indian sport
cricket.
He is now slugging hardball
is a limitless innings that will
someday produce West Indies
*cricketers from the Turks and


Caicos Islands a cluster of 28
islands and cays, eight of which
are inhabited.
Although, geographically a
part of the West Indies, aspira-
tion to make the squad of the
West Indies cricket team has, os-
tensibly, been of frail concern for
the people of Turks and Caicos.
For the last 18 months,
Donovan has been using his
nearly 19-year experience in
playing cricket to inject the
Belongers with the cricket fever.
In a recent online interview,
text messaging from his home in
the capital Grand Turk,
Donovan expressed disappoint-
ment at the level of sports in the
Islands.
"A lot more can be done to
keep youths interested after they
leave the school system. Stu-
dents participate in activities in
school, but when they leave
there are no clubs for them to
join so as continue their devel-
opment. As a result they fall by
the wayside," he said.
He acknowledges the most
popular sports as basketball and
football. Football is well
organised in Providenciales, an-
other of the Islands. Students
clash in football, basketball, also
softball, netball, and track and
field schools' competitions.
"Cricket needs the most
help as it is not even played in


schools," Donovan disclosed,
also pointing out that the Islands
scantly regard the only sport
that truly "unites the territories
of the West Indies."
Distinct from the scenario in
other West Indian countries,
where teenagers are vigorously
contesting cricket matches aim-
ing for a place on the national
team, those who play and domi-
nate cricket in the Turks and
Caicos are mature and engage in
the sport essentially for fun.
"The first thing I noticed
when I came was the age of play-
ers. There was one teenager and
he was from Guyana. I suc-
ceeded in getting another teen-
ager to play but he was from
Trinidad and Tobago. Now he's
gone off to further his studies so
we're left with the one
Guyanese," he said.
Against this lax sporting
milieu, Donovan attempts to
position cricket as the exhila-
rating West Indian game it is,
in the Thrks and Caicos. He
has established a new cricket
team with players mainly
from Palm Grove, Grand Turk
and with reputable sponsor-
ship from one of the most
recognized communications
companies in the region,
Cable and Wireless. The
team is thus dubbed Cable
and Wireless Palm Grove.


CABLE and Wireless Palm Grove in one of their matches.


Although there are five other
cricket teams in the Islands -
two in Grand Turk and three in
Providenciales Donovan said
that many interested players did
not get a chance to play.
"So, it was suggested an-
other team be formed to facili-
tate more players. I was deemed
the best man to start this new
team," he related.
His memories of the golden
days of West Indies cricket are
yet sharp.
"My first recollection is of
the 1979 World Cup when Viv
Richards hit the last delivery of
the West Indies innings for a
six," he recalled.
As far back as the 80s,
Donovan's imagination was
emboldened to create his own
team assuming the dexterity of
batting star, bowler, fielder and
commentator as he bowled to
walls and played 'bat and ball'_
in streets and school.
Donovan's father helped
him to transform his cricketing
dreams to reality when he took
him to the Transport and Gen-
eral Sports Club, Thomas Lands,
Georgetown in 1986, to play the
game. His dad, now deceased,
was into boxing and was a mem-
ber of the club.
He joined the Demerara
Cricket Club in 1987 and played
for that association until he left
Guyana in 2002.
The closet Donovan came to
'playing for Guyana was in 1990,
when he was placed on standby
for the Under-19 Northern
Telecom Regional Competition.
On moving to the Turks and
Caicos he could not keep his
spectrum of knowledge and ex-
perience of the game, which be-
sides utilising on the pitch and
outfield he has exploited in his
sports journalistic endeavours,
under cover.
Donovan keeps digging into
his cricket gold mine in advanc-
ing cricket in the Turks and
Caicos Islands.
"I liked reading, so I col-
lected every bit of literature
about the game. It was also
fun to sit and listen to the
older players talk. I learnt a
lot from Andrew Lyght (de-
ceased), who was always hang-
ing out with us younger play-
ers. There were also others
such as Mark and Roger
Harper, Zegger (Sherlock
Atwell) and Huntie (Lennox
Hunte) who were willing to
share their experiences," he
said.
Thus it was with ease that'
members of Cable and Wireless
Palm Grove responded to


Donovan's leadership prompt-
ing him to concede that "the ini-
tial response was good, guys
who had 'retired' had a chance
to play again. It wasn't difficult
to mobilise the players. By then
people had come to respect my
knowledge of the game and they
wanted to play for someone
who knew what he was about"
Although most of the 30
players on the team's roster pro-
vide only moral support and are
mainly expatriates from Guyana,
Trinidad and Tobago and Ja-
maica, their involvement has ig-
nited and sustains the cricket
flame in the hearts of the Turks
Islanders.
The team practises at least
once each week and biweekly in
competition season. Cable and
Wireless Palm Grove made the
finals of an abandoned competi-
tion, placed third in another and
is considering international play.
With all of its heartening achieve-
ments the team is not without
challenges.
Donovan says, "The biggest
challenge is getting a full 11 to
play at the weekends...but I re-
mind myself that the guys here
are just playing for fun, as op-
posed to in Guyana where most
players are aspiring to make, at
least, the national team."
Turks and Caicos has a stag-
nant national team that is
mobilised mainly for triennial In-
ternational Cricket Council
(ICC) World Cup qualifiers in
matches against countries such as
Belize and Panama, who like
Turks and Caicos are affiliate
members of the ICC.
He is,.however, not daunted
in his quest to position cricket
as a national sport in the Turks
and Caicos Islands and broker
the Belongers membership to the
West Indies Cricket Board.
"There are plans to go into
the schools and run coaching
programmes but those plans
have been in the pipeline for a
while now. In the meantime, my-
self and another member of my
team are conducting coaching
session for those interested stu-
dents from the high schools. This
is with a view to drafting them
into the three teams in Grand
Turk," Donovan noted-
The Islands' recently con-
structed stadium will inevitably
draw aspiring cricketers away
from currently sub-standard
pitches and outfields in Grand
Turk and Providenciales and
boost playing conditions for the
cricketers.
Donovan will soon make
the national cricket team of
the Turks and Caicos Islands.


Guyana Chr


By Linda Rutherford


HE'S always had
knack for writing
says Nikit
Medford. Even as
child at school. She r
calls writing quite a fe
short stories back the
And a bit of poetry E
well. But that's. as far r
things ever went.
A seamstress by professio
the 38-year-old Lindener, wl
released her first book of poe
'Yearnings of a Woman', a fe
months ago, told the Sund&
Chronicle in an interview r
cently:
"I would just look at som
thing and... the words wou
flow. Then I jot them down.
I'd write on things ...exper


ences... anything. I can just lo
at something and make a poei
on it"
Of late, however, partic
larly since the death of hi
mother-in-law two years ago,
urge to write was starting to b(
come even more imperative'
whereby she'd now taken to e:
pressing her innermost though
on bits and pieces of paper, on
to discard them later, much to tI
annoyance of her husband. Th
was in London, where the coup
has been living for the past fix
or so years.
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his mother. Writing was a ca-
tharsis of sorts for her; a way of
dealing with the sense of
loss....and utter desolation that
comes with death.
"Watching my husband
grieve and stuff like that ...I de-
cided to do something to take
my mind off his suffering." It
was he who would encourage her
in the first place to compile her
musings into an anthology.
And then... there was Ivan:
The mother of all hurricanes
since the notorious Gilbert,
which swept the Caribbean, in-
cluding Grenada where she was
holidaying, last September, leav-
ing in its wake thousands dead
and countless more homeless.
"When I lived through that,"
the budding poet said, "I
thought: 'This is it.. .1 definitely
have to


is no good at writing long sto-
ries, she said: "I thought: 'Let
me put my recollections into
little pieces and let people know
what really happened during the
hurricane.'"
The result was an acrostic
titled, 'Ivan'. Another, 'Ivan
The Terrible', though it ac-
knowledges the devastation
wrought by the storm, at-
tempts to rally the people of
Grenada to cut their losses
and move on with their lives.

'Come on Grenadians you've
got to get up!
This helplessness has got to stop!
Your friends and neighbours are
doing all they can
So show them the resilience of a
true Grenadian.'


the annual carnival,
cided she would stay
another few weeks o
she could get to kn
father's people better
would eventually r(
months, and she'd eve
taking in sewing so as
the time away. Li
couple she'd befriend
and her husband, to
also thinking about
property there.
Recalling the unus
cumstances under whi
met, Medford, whose
also Grenadian, said:
"I saw these two
there; huddled together
and I asked what was
ter. He had tunnel visio
wife was leading him.


p


but de-
on for
r so, so
ow her
r. Weeks
oll into
n begun


As she wrote in the poem:
'Though our friendship began
With one Hell of a stormy blast
I have a feeling that it's one
That willfor a long time last.'


s to pass Tn all, the book comprises
ke the a little over 50 pieces,
ded, she Amost of which were writ-
o, were ten in London. The rest were
buying done, post-Ivan, in either
Grenada or Guyana. Many of
usual cir- the pieces pertain to incidences
ich they that occurred during the course
father is of her life. "I've been reliving
stuff and thinking about people
people in general... and things like that,"
; crying; she said by way of explaining
the mat- the origins of those her work
n, so the outside of the three that were
But the earlier discussed..
Pieces that come readily to
mind as falling into this milieu
are: 'Wah duh Yuh?', a witty
little verse that uses the ver-
nacular to get across its mes-
sage; 'Poker Face', which uses
the game of poker to describe
the inscrutable mien of close
acquaintance; and 'So, tell
me...' a satirical look at how
changing fortunes can affect
friendship. There are also her re-
flections on the vagaries of the
proverbial English weather .....


as told in 'Spring'; 'Summer' and
'Winter'.
Many of the pieces, to quote
editor and publisher, Leon
Walcott of Communication Con-
cept, can best be described as
"very deep." Hence, the title.
Her first inclination was
to name the book, simply: 'Po-
etic Collection', as, to her,
that's exactly what it was; a
collection of poems. Her hus-
band favoured 'Voice of the
Heart'. But Walcott felt that
what she had to say was much
deeper than that; that it was
more of a yearning than any-
thing else; a desire to say
things that many women have
hitherto shied away from com-
ing out in the open and say-
ing.
As he says in his editor's
note at the beginning of the book:
"Women have been making
their voices heard in what has
been traditionally a male-oriented
literary (not oral) culture in the
Caribbean. But very few of them
have been bold enough to openly
express their intimate feelings
and desires in poetry."+
He goes on to say that the
collection, in its own "direct and
honest way," touches on such
issues as love, friendship and


loyalty, adding that while some
of the pieces were "light and
cute," and others were a bit in-
tense, "in all of them, the mes-
sage is deep."
The reason she decided to
publish here, Medford said, was
because she felt it would have
been much too costly to do it in
England, whi'h would have put
a heavy mark-up on the selling
price. That she didn't want, she
said.
"I know that the general
public doesn't work for quite a
lot and I'm not sure how many
people are into poetry reading.
So I didn't think of it in England.
In any case, I wasn't prepared
to publish there."
She's currently working
on a novel, begun some two
years ago, called 'Another
chance please', which, just as
it says in the title, is about a
woman's quest for another
chance at life; "at things that
you tried and didn't quite
succeed at." Another, called
'Ivan The Terrible', be-
cause it is being written in
the first person, she said, is a
bit on the sensitive side. She
also has some 12 poems in
the works for her next an-
thology


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THE US-based couple she befriended


k do something about all those bits
and pieces I have lying around

1- Asked whether the
r thought of dying ever crossed
e her mind at the time, she said
that on the contrary: "I didn't
-, think I'll die; I swore I died."
Reliving the moment, she said:,
s "When I came out of the
Y house during a lull in the storm,
e and I looked around and saw all
s the rubble and stuff, I thought:
e No! God didn't leave me alive
e to just walk away from all. this
and not look back. He did it for
s a purpose..."
&f The first to concede that she


T here is, also a piece
entitled, 'Friends
from the morning af-.
ter', which was also inspired by
the hurricane, and is about a
couple she'd met.on the streets
and took into her home until the
worse of the storm was over.
He was Grenadian, and his
wife Jamaican. They now lived,
anrid worked in the USA, but had
gone there on holiday. They were
in the process of making up their
minds about buying into prop-
erty there when the hurricane
struck.
She, on the other hand,
had initially gone there for


place was really black... and
water and stuff were all around.
And she was crying ...she
wanted to go home."
They'd also lost all
.their luggage. Upon hear-
ing this, all she could
think of saying, was: "The
Hell with the luggage!
Thank God you're alive!"
They would eventually
spend four days at her
place, until they got a flight
out. It's a memory she
would always hold dear, she
said, particularly for the
close friendship they
forged in so short a tinie.


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1927


-1997


by Petamber Persaud

MARTIN Carter loved to fish. Fishing with
a rod could be stimulating, frustrating
and gratifying; moods that were respon-


sible for teaching the
man patience to play
with words, patience at
crafting profound yet
readily assimilated po-
etry and prose.
So universally relevant was
his writing that some of his
works were translated into
Spanish, Dutch and recently
Hindi, bringing him international
acclaim in the form of the
Gabriela Mistral Commemora-
tive Medal from the Govern-
ment of Chile while foreign aca-
demics are doing doctoral disser-
tations on his work. Books like
'You Are Involved The Art of
Martin Carter' edited by
Stewart Brown and 'Web of Oc-
tober Rereading Martin Carter'
by Rupert Roopnaraine are
keeping the dialogue Carter ini-
tiated in 'You are involved' ac-
tive.
But for all of this, he was


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one of the few recognized
Guyanese writers who stayed
home... .
: His travels abroad -annually
to the U. N. General Assembly
between 1967 and 1970, spend-
ing an academic year as Poet in
Residence at Essex University
in 1975, attending the Common-
wealth Poetry Conference in
Cardiff in 1965 afforded him
opportunities to foreign pub-
lishing houses, and yet, all but
two of his books were pub-
lished locally.
In an interview with Profes-
sor Frank Birbalsingh, Carter
said, "the word 'and' is very
important to my way of think-
ing, that is to say, something and
something, not something and
then something else", referring
to his poem, 'Conjunction',
with opening line "very sudden
is the sought conjunction".
His was a life of conjunc-&
tions of writers,, artists and
thinkers like Wilson Harris,.Jan
. Carew, Cheddi Jagan, Forbes
Burnham, Walter Rodney, Eusi'
Kwayana, Slade Hopkinson,
Milton Vishnu Williams, Ivan
Van Sertimer, Stanley Greaves,
Ivan Forrester, just to name a
few.
And we must. not dimin-,
ish his other conjunction -
his prose writing, excellent
erudition on 'Freedom not
Charity' and 'Politics and the
Individual' published in
'Thunder', the official organ
of. the People's Progressive.
Party (PPP).
While attached to the
Booker Group of Companies,,
Carter wrote for the Booker
News on the 'Adventure in
Reading', 'Of Books and Citi-
zens', 'Viewpoint on Adult
Education' and 'The Case for
Research'. He expounded on 'A
Question of Self-Contempt' in


the 'New World Quarterly'.
And his short story, 'A New
Life', found its way into an all
pervading journal of the day,
'Kyk-Over-Al'.
Martin Carter was born on
June 7, 1927, in Georgetown,
British Guiana. His father, Vic-
tor Emmanuel, was an avid
reader and his mother, Violet
Eugene Wylde, loved books and
enjoyed reciting verses.
Although young Carter did
well at Queen's College, he soon
became fed up with schooling
and disillusioned with the teach-
ing, perhaps a disciple of Mark
Twain who said, "I never let
schooling interfere with my
education."
.So Carter entered the
world of work, also working
diligently at his poetry, put-
ting out his first collection
'The Hill of Fire Glows Red'
in 1951 with the assistance of
A. J. Seymour's Miniature
Poets series of publications.
The following year, he pub-
lished 'The Hidden Man' nnd
'The Kind Eagle'.
In the early 50s, Carter be-
came actively in\ ol\ ed in
People's Progressive Party
(PPP) and the radical politics of'
the British colon .'"I
After the suspension of the
Constitution and the reversion.
to direct British rule in 1953, he
was detained byi the authorities
and remained in custody for.
three months. Sonie of the po-'
ems he wrote while incarcerated
there were published as 'Poems
of Resistance' in -1954,estab-
lishing his Caribbean and inter-
national reputation.
Also in the year 1953, in
January, he married Phyllis
Howard, a union lasting some
four decades even though many
times during the night he would
disturb their sleep because he


Ul


found a right word or phrase to
insert in his writing.
After a second detention,
this time in 1954 due to what
Ian McDonald described as his
"passionate defiance in the face
of flawed authority", Carter
turned to an unlikely profession
of being a schoolteacher from
1954 to 1959. In 1959, he joined
the Booker Group of Compa-
nies and remained as Bookers
Chief Information Officer until
1967.
During that period, having
shifted from one pDp ucal camp
to the other, he published in
1964, 'Jail Me Quickl\', and the
following year, 1965, he repre-
sented.Guyana at the Common-
wealhh Poetrm Conference in
Cardiff..
The year 1966 found him
on a.delegation to Marlborough
House discussing Guyana's In-
dependence. Between 1967 and
1970 he held the portfolio of
Minister of Information and
Culture.
In 1975, Martin Carter
spent an academic year at
Essex University as Poet in
Residence, "the longest
period he. was away from
Guyana". In 1977, he. was
appointed Artist in.Residence
at the University of Guyana.
That year saw the appearance
of 'Poems of Succession'
followed by 'Poems of
Affinity' in 1978, in empathy
with yet another political

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Hello boys and girls,
It's good to meet again with you today. Today
we'll look at Do all objects fall at the same speed?

Do all objects fall at the same speed?
Take two equal sized round containers or bowls (an
open tin of corn will be very well for this experiment).
Fill one tin with clay or earth (mud) and leave the other
tin empty. Take the tins to the top of a high place and
hold them so that they are pressed together and sup-
porting each other, as you sees in the photograph be-
low.


your hands apart, so that both tins are released at the
same time. Repeat this experiment several times until
you can decide whether the heavier or the lighter tin
falls faster or whether they both fall at the same speed.

(NOTE. It is important that you do not hold the
tins, just press them so that they support each other.
If you hold them, it will be difficult to drop them at ex-
actly the same instant.)

Questions
1. What effect does the air have on falling objects?
2. Why do you think two cans of exactly the same
size were chosen?
3. Would a stone and a piece of paper fall at the
same speed?

Answers to last week's study

What do we mean by 'up' and 'down'?


Consider the following diagram.


Do all objects fall at the same speed?


Ask a friend to stand at the bottom of the building
to see which tin falls to the ground first. Suddenly draw


What do we mean by 'up' and 'down'?


1. If the man at A threw something up into the
air, which way would it go? It would not go to B or
C but upwards.


2. Which way would it fall down? It would right
back to A.


3. Which way the man at B considers to be
'up' and which way would he consider being
'down'? The man at B would be considers to
'up' when he is moving away form C or going
towards A and he would be considers to be
'down' when he is he is going towards C or
moving away from A.


4. Why would the man at C not fall off the earth
altogether? The man at C would hot fall off the
Earth altogether because he is being pulled by force
of gravity.


5. If something is pulling objects so that they
fall down, in which way is it really pulling? The
earth is circler in shape, so we may be a little
confuiised but it is mainly the center of the earth
is where the force of gravity is being pulled
and to get to the center of the earth we need
to diet downwards. This simply says if some-
thing is being pulled, it is being pulled down-
wards to the center of the earth. That is where
gravity pulling it.


Hello boys and girls,


Welcome to these columns. Let us urge you
to list and then review all matter that needs
your attention before you get into study time.
Attend to the urgent ones and leave the rest
until later. Keep good company!

'Bye.

IN LAST WEEK

The Essequibo The Leatherbacks in Guyana
(Continued)

1. Ocean turtles come to Guyana's northwestern
shell beach locations each year.
2. They come during the western Atlantic nesting
season early each year.
3. They travel from locations many thousand miles
across the ocean.
4. The Leatherback, Green, Hawksbill, and Oliver
Riley species of turtle are some that come to
Guyana.
5. Sea turtles are now cited among the endangered
wildlife species in this country.
6. Guyana's shell beaches stretch from Waini Point
in the North West District to the mouth of the
Pomeroon River.
7. Wildlife minqgerment is now-applied-conscien,,,
tiously to the preservation of all'sea turtles whose


nesting season brings them to Guyana.
8. Turtle conservation under wildlife management
is planned for the protection and control of the num-
bers of turtles and their offspring that come on to
the shell shores of Guyana.
9. Guyana demands that coastal fishing vessels
have TED (turtle exclusion devices) nets that equip
them against catching turtles.
9. The Guyana Defence Force Coast Guard also
helps to protect the long stretch of shell beaches
and enforce the country's wildlife and protection
laws.


IN THIS WEEK

The Essequibo and Tourism

We have to mention this week that Essequibo is
the largest of the three counties in Guyana. It
occupies the whole western portion of Guyana with
its high mountains and savannah lands (lands fit
for the rearing of ten ,thousands of cattle).
Essequibo is named after Guyana's mightiest river,
the Essequibo. This river traverses the country
from south to north, splitting it in two. Its head
waters have their origins in Brazil, our neighboring
country. These waters take a northern flow through
Guyana.
,Peogle. from the,Caribbean islands and other
places afar do marvel at the tremendous beauty,


length and width of the Essequibo River which is
21 miles wide at its estuary (mouth).
If the river is measured from its source (where it.
starts) to where it meets the ocean (its estuary) it
will register some 270 miles altogether.

In it there are hundreds of landmasses (islands).
Some of you may be living in the better located and
bigger islands in the Essequibo River. Can you
guess what is the largest of these islands? Guess.
If your answer is Hogg Island then you are correct.
Congratulations! Hogg Island has a greater length
than the Caribbean island of Barbados.

Tourists depend much to see our country's
peoples; its length, breadth; forests, savannahs,
mountains, rivers, lakes, natural rapids and water
falls; industries; wildlife; hinterland villages and tour-
ists' spots; shell beaches, and the numerous other
features we have to offer.

Tourists can depend on good sight seeing in the
Rupununi area where grassland and mountains
border along the south-western territory with Bra-
zil our neighbour.

Many of our Amerindian brothers and sisters live
in this vast Rupununi area, some of them rear
cattle. They do business with tourists.

Tourism is about movement of people to
destinations of interest outside their working
or residing places. Tourism fosters
conservation and preservation of natural,
cultural. and historical resources in countries
including Guyana.


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Page XIV Sunday Chronicle June ~, 2005


The Excerpt
After he left, I looked out of the window for a while,
with my coat on and all. I didn't have anything else
to do. You'd be surprised what was going on in the
other side of the hotel. They didn't even bother to pull
their shades down.
I saw one guy, a grey-haired, very distinguished-look-
ing guy with only his shorts on, do something you
wouldn't believe me even if I told you. First he put
his suitcase on the bed. Then he took out all these
women's clothes silk stockings, high-heeled shoes,
brassiere, and one of those corsets with the straps
hanging down and all. Then he put on this very tight
evening dress. I swear to God. Then he started walk-
ing up and down the room, taking those very small
steps, the way a woman does, and smoking a ciga-
rette and looking at himself in the mirror. He was all
alone, too. Unless somebody was in the bathroom -
I couldn't see that much.
Then in the window almost right over his, I saw a man
and a woman squirting water out of their mouth at each
other. It probably was highballs, not water, but I
couldn't see what they had in their glasses. Anyway,
first he'd take a swallow and squirt it all over her, then
she did it to him they took turns, for God's sake.
You should've seen them. They were in hysterics the
whole time, like it was the funniest thing that ever hap-
pened. I'm not kidding, that hotel was lousy with per-
verts. I was probably the only normal bastard in the
whole place and that isn't saying much. I d... near
send a telegram to old Stradlater telling him to take
the first train to New York. He'd have been the king
of the hotel.

What to do
Suppose this is the way you choose to write your story,
by looking into windows or houses or diaries, or at
photographs. You shouldn't stop here. You then have
to choose the language to write with that suits the char-
acter you set up yourself to be.
Right now you have a choice either to continue to write
and complete this story or to write one more fitting
your experience. Handle it however you think it fit-
ting. Remember this is an effort to assist you in writ-
ing your short story, giving account of events, and pre-
senting description in a light-hearted fashion.
Whatever is your choice, think on the following ques-
tions: What aspect would you develop further? Why?
What aspect would you develop in your own choice?
What aspects would you add?
What would you make the narrator do next? Would
you want to turn his attention to a sober side of the
hotel, wake him up from his spying or would you open
more windows to him? Think carefully about what you
would do and do it well.

Improvement of expression
The treatment of a long sentence
When we read works done by other writers we some-
times notice that some young writers try to pack into
one long sentence what would be more effectively ex-
pressed in a connected paragraph. We also, need not
fall into this habit. This situation is a kind of that could
be remedied.

Sentences, phrases, clauses
When you write any two sentences, or even think of
two things one after another, there is usually some con-
nection, some relationship of thought between the two.
If this relationship is a close one, it is usual for it to be
shown clearly by the running together of the two sen-


Example:
I must lock the closet. I want to keep in the crisp air.
These two thoughts are closely related. The second
is the reason for, the purpose of the first and they come
into the mind together. They are therefore better ex-
pressed: I must lock the closet because I want to
keep in the crisp air.
or
I must lock the closet to keep in the crisp air.
The whole aim of sentence construction is to show
clearly (to the reader or listener) these relations of
thought If you examine some examples from this point
of view, you will find it easier to make good sentences
from material presented to you by an examiner, and
you will understand more about punctuation. Let us
look now at one possible kind of relationship.
The Relationship of Equality
Clauses that express equally important thoughts are
called co-ontlinate clauses if they are put into one sen-
tence. This sentence is called a compound sentence.

Examples:
1. They sat on the deck chairs and peered into the
distance.
2. We can cover the chairs ourselves or we can get
Tommy to do it.
3. The girls could neither stop themselves from eating
nor could they prevent their sisters from watching tele-
vision all day long.
"And", "or", and "nor" are called coordinating con-
junctions.
It is not necessary, however, to have any conjunction
at all in the compound sentence, but in the following
case the coordinate clauses are separated by a semi-
colon rather than a comma.
She spoke absolutely nothing; not even her facial
expression showed any sign of sanity.
Reminder: Compound sentences are not bound to
have anything between the two clauses unless they are
very long or unless there is a prominent pause before
the second.

Exercise
Find the compound sentences) in the following pas-
sage.
When an octopus has eaten its fill of the swarming
crabs and crayfish, it seeks a dark hole in the coral
face, and anchors itself there with a few of the large
suckers nearest to its body. Thus shielded from at-
tack from the rear, with tentacles gathered ready to
strike, it hides glaring from the shadows, alert for any-
thing alive to swim within striking distance. It can hurl
one or all of those whip-lashes forward with the speed
of dark lighting, and once its dozens of suckers,
rimmed with hooks for grip on slippery skins, are fas-
tened about their prey, nothing but the brute's death
will break their awful hold.

The Poem

He thought he kept this universe albne;
For all the voice in answer he could wake
Was but the mocking echo of his own
From some tree-hidden cliff across the lake.
Some morning from the boulder-broken beach
He would cry out on life, that what it wants
Is not his own love back in copy speech,
But counter-love, original response.
And nothing ever came of what he cried


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Unless it was the embodiment that crashed
In the cliff's talus on the other side,
And then in the far distant water splashed,
But after a time allowed for it to swim,
Instead of proving human when it neared
And someone else additional to him,
As a great buck it powerfully appeared,
And landed pouring like a waterfall,
And stumbled through the rocks with horny tread,
And forced the underbrush and that was all.

Questions
1. Give one sentence to say what is being told in the
poem.
2. Explain lines 2 and 3.
3. Was it possible for the 'character' to have origi-
nal speech in return? Why? Are there any humans in
the poem?
4. What are you told at the end of the poem?
5. Give a name for the poem.


A Story of Interest
One night, about two years ago, the eels in the pond
on your farm squirmed across the fields like snakes to
the stream that led to the river. When they reached
the North Sea, they met millions more eels, who had
left other ponds and rivers in northern lands. Like a
vast army, they all swam out together in the Atlantic
to the deep sea beyond Iceland near the North Pole.
They laid their eggs there, and then died.
The warmth of the sea hatched out the eggs. The little
eels then swam about on the surface, changing in shape
until they became little elvers. They turned their heads
towards Europe, and after swimming thousands of
miles they have found their way back to the river down
which their mothers travelled that night two years ago.
Some will actually find the very pond their mothers
lived in. Isn't that a miracle?
Questions
1. Did all the eels come from the same pond?
2. What are young eels called?
3. Pond; sea; river. Which came second in the story?
4. Did the old eels take two years to reach the ocean?
5. Do you know about any other creature that travels
to the sea to lay their eggs? Name them.
6. Do you know about any other creature that travels
to the sea after lay their eggs? Name them.

Misused Words

Two words often misused, are given. Insert the
correct word or words.

1. anecdote, antidote: In his *** the Professor
told about the wrong *** having been given for
snake bite.
2. cartoon, carton: Which is which?
3. dairy; diary: Mary made up a note in her
*** to pay the milk bill at the *** on Saturday.
4. affect, effect: If the new law is put into *** it
will *** us all.
5. insight, incite: A heckler frequently will ***
a political without having much *** as to its aims.
6. pheasant, r pleasant: The gamekeeper
caught the *** pc aching a ***
7. stationary, stationery: I will buy all my *** in
a paper shop. The soldier remained ***
throughout the s eech.
8. yolk, yoke: Lay which yopu.would eat an ,g
which you.woulduse for what purpose. .


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Sunday Chronicle June.,'2065





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YJiLDE



CARTER


1927


From page XII
party, writing 'For Walter
Rodney' and 'Bastille Day -
Georgetown'.


-1997


In 1989, 'Selected Poems'
won the Guyana Prize for Lit-
erature in the category of best
book of poetry.
Twice he was honoured


by the government of the
day: in 1970, he received the
Cacique's Crown of Honour
and in 1994 the Order of
Roraima.
Martin Wylde Carter died at
his home in Lamaha Street on
December 13, 1997, amidst po-
litical turmoil.
In the Lamaha Street
home of the Carters still


hangs a painting done by Ivan
'Farro' Forrester of the two
men fishing, perhaps with
Martin Carter whispering to
the fish and the water and
the birds and the trees and
the wind and the sky and to
his fellow men and to all
Guyana, "the middle where
we meet is not the place to
stop."


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GUYANA SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE CORPORATION
MON REPOS, EAST COAST DEMERARA I


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JANE RUSSELL performing live in a high quality nightclub in
Italy, 1960.


JANE


RUSSELL...
From page IX
their value by portraying wonien who pursue rich men hoping
to find happiness, but find disillusion instead, "Gentlemen
Prefer Blondes" with Marilyn Monroe is one such delightful
film; "The Tall Men", a brilliant Western Russell made with
Clarke Gable and Robert Ryani i another classic from start to
finish, in wonderful colour; si ilarly "Underwater" with
Richard Egan filmed in the Caribbean, its stunning sensual
scenes with Russell directed by Jbhn Sturges. But "Foxfire"
of 1955, in hot black and white, remains one of Russell's best
films, far better than recent films with the same title. Russell
gives a rare superb performance 4s the big city girl who comes
to a hot dusty Arizona small town on holiday and meets khaki-
clad half-native Apache engineer! Jeff Chandler, and they fall
into an odd fiery romance. At one point Chandler says to her:
"You're a spoiled society type, and I'm just a poor mining
engineer, what's a guy like me walking around with a gal like
you for?" Russell replies: "Would you like to stand still and
find out?" "Foxfire" became extremely popular among men
and women in 1950s and '60's Guyana because it realistically
reflected both a personal and rugged outdoor lifestyle lived
locally. The same can be said for "Hotblood" of 1956, a film of
pure visual power, directed by Nick Ray, with Russell as the
very desirous Gypsy girl sold via Gypsy customs to passionate
Cornel Wilde. "The Revolt of Mamie Stover", made in '57,
was probably Russell's last classic film role as the "fallen
woman" put on a ship bound for Hawaii from San Francisco.
She meets writer Richard Egan on board, who alone respects
her, in this famous film of the experienced woman who survives
with dignity and freedom.
All these classic films of Jane Russell, despite their ob-'
scurity today, served to develop the personal strength and ma-
turity of simple everyday Guyanese women who loved life, and
who sought experience, freedom and sensuality with their bod-


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Telephone: 220 2297 Fax: 220 2297
I

ADMISSION OF STUDENTS 2005 2007

APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FOR THE FOLLOWING TWO-YEAR COURSES IN AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK
PRODUCTION & MANAGEMENT AND ANIMAL HEALTH & VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH, AND A ONE-YEAR
COURSE IN FORESTRY.
A. DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURE
Qualifications:
(i) CXC General Proficiency or GCE Ordinary Level in four (4) subjects with grades 1, II or III including English
Language and at least one (1) Science subject Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Agriculture
Science or Integrated 'Science.
OR
(ii) Ah equivalent qualification approved by the school.

B. DIPLOMA IN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION & MANAGEMENT I
Qualifications: I
(i) CX9 General Proficiency Examinaion in four (4) subjects with Grades 1, II or Ill. These subjects should include
English, Mathematics and a least ohe (1) Science subject.
OR
(ii) Passes in four (4) subjects GCE Qrdinary Level with a minimum of grade C or any qualification considered
by the Institution to be equivalent. ;
(lii) Admission of Mature Students.

C. DIPLOMA IN ANIMAL HEALTH & VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH
Qualifications: .
(i) CXC General Proficiency Examination in four (4) subjects with Grades I, II or III. These subjects should include
English, Mathematics i and at least one (1) Science subject.
OR Passes in four (4) subjects GCE;- Ordinary Level with a minimum of grade C or any qualification
considered by the Institution to be equivalent.
D. CERTIFICATE IN AGRICULTURE I
Qualifications:
CXC General Proficiency or GCE Ordinary Level in three (3) subjects with Grade III or IV. Preference will be
given to those with passes in English Language, Mathematics, Agriculture Science or Integrated Science.

F. CERTIFICATE IN FORESTRY (OneAcademic Year) 2003 2004
Qualifications:
CXC General Proficiency or GCE Ordinary Level in three (3) subjects with Grade 1, II or III. Preference will be
given to those with passes in English Language, Mathematics, Agriculture Science or Integrated Science.
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ACROSS:
1. Homophone.
3. Village on the East
Coast of Demerara in
Guyana.
5. The past tense of this
irregular verb does not
end with ed and has
the same form as the
past participle.
6. Container.
10. Disc-jockey (Abbr.).
11. Acronym for Law
Enforcement Agency.
12. Estate on the Left
Bank of the Mahaica
River in Guyana.
13. Physical Education
(Abbr.).
15. Legal term.


17. Antonym for the verb,
treat.
18. Homophone.'
20. A compound of oxygen
with another element or
group.
21. This is usually
advertised in the
classified section of the
Guyana Chronicle.'
DOWN:
1. Irregular verb with its
past tense and past
participle being
different from each
other.
2. "Thou hast loved
righteousness, and
***** iniquity, therefore
God, even thy
God, hath anointed
thee with the oil of
gladness above thy


In honour of all Fathers we
have presented you with A
Father's Day "Must-Be-Won"
puzzle for $50,000.00. This
"M-B-W" competition will be
drawn on Friday, June 17,
2005. The rules for this
competition remain the same,
except, that the best entry wins
the prize money of $50,000.00.
If there is more than one winner
the prize money will be shared
among the winners. So let's
give Fathers a Great Father's
Day tribute by getting involved
with this competition and
winning. You've got to win this
one, it's too simple not to win!

If you play smart you can win
This grandoffer of $50,000.00.
The more you pTy,hje greater
is the possibility of winning.


fellows." Heb.1:9. :14. Abbreviation for a
4. Synonym for the verb, method of stock valuation in
suppress. Accounting.
7. Type of expenditure in 16. Thursday (Abbr.).
Accounting. 18. Territorial Decoration(Abbr.).
8. Irregular verb with two 19. suffix forming nouns (i)
past tenses and two denoting the person
past participles which affected by the action of the
are the same. formative verb: employee (ii)
9. Feminine personal denoting a person
described as or concerned
S name. with: absentee.



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Demerara.


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Page XVII


Hello Readers,
This week we will
be looking at
International
Ocean's Day, which
will be celebrated on
the June 8, 2005.


HOW IT ALL
STARTED.
In 1992, at the Rio Confer-
ence on the Environment and
Development, the United Na-
tions declared the second Satur-
day in June of every year as In-
ternational Oceans Day. Its ob-
jectives are to raise public
awareness about the importance
of the planet's oceans in our
lives: educate students, citizens
and key decision makers about
managing human activities re-
lated to the oceans, and how
each person can make a differ-
ence; promote oceans "care-
taker" activities, including
projects, research and cultural
and educational events;
strengthen existing ocean net-
works, databases and informa-
tion exchange; promote law and
policy development through
oceans education.


WHAT WE CAN DO!
Change perspective en-
courage individuals to think


about what the ocean means
to them and what it has to
offer all of us. That could
help to change behaviours to-
wards oceans and lead to ac-
tions to conserve them.
Learn discover the
wealth of diverse and beauti-
ful ocean creatures and habi-
tats, how our daily actions af-
fect them, and how we are all
interconnected.
Change our ways we are
all connected to the ocean! By
taking care of our backyard, we
are acting as a caretaker of our
ocean. Making small modifica-
tions to your everyday habits
will greatly benefit our blue
planet.
Celebrate whether we live
inland or on the coast we are all
connected the ocean; let us
take the time to organise or par-
ticipate in activities that cel-
ebrate our world oceans.


TYPES OF OCEANS
There are five major oceans
in the world-the Pacific, Atlan-
tic, Indian Ocean, Southern and
the Artic. These five oceans are
very different and although they
are positioned in various parts
of the world, they are all con-
nected.


Life in the Ocean
The oceans support the
greatest variety of life .on earth,


mountains on land.


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from microscopic plants called
phytoplankton to giant whales.
Phytoplanktons are found close
to the surface of the water. (Can
you tell why?).The
phytoplanktons are consumed
by tiny animals called 'zoop-
lankton. Zooplanktons include
the larvae of crabs, jellyfish,
corals and worms, as well as
adult animals like tiny shrimps.
In turn zooplanktons are food
for fish.

On the ocean floor there
are communities of
special organisms.
Some organisms living there
look a little like plants but ac-
tually they are animals like
sponges, sea mats, sea anemo-
nes, and sea squirts. Much of
the ocean is so deep that no
light penetrates. Many organ-
isms that live at such depths
have developed light-emitting
organs that signal other organ-
isms or attract prey. For ex-
ample the lantern fish has a row
of lights along its body and the
anglerfish swims around with a
lighted rod that attracts other
fish, which are then quickly
swallowed.
Believe it or not on the
ocean floor there are rugged
mountains, active volcanoes,
vast plateaus and almost bot-
tomless trenches. The deep-
est ocean trenches could eas-
ily swallow up the tallest


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EC$= G$ 65.58
Belize$ = G$ 93.62
Source: International Pepartment, Bank of Guyana


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Why are Oceans
important?
Oceans help to create the
atmosphere in which plants, hu-
mans and animals can live. They
are the planet's life support
system. Oceans consume car-
bon dioxide and produce oxy-
gen. Actually the oceans produce
half of the world's oxygen sup-
ply. In addition oceans affect
weather patterns and climate.
Because the oceans house thou-
sands of species of fish and in-
vertebrates, they are an impor-
tant part of the
global food
chain. More-
over oceans aid
in the cycling of
water throughout
the atmosphere.


How can we


(even from garbage dumps) to
entangle or choke sea turtles,
seals, and other wildlife.
Use rechargeable bat-
teries for battery-powered ap-
pliances.
Dispose of toxic
waste such as paints, old bat-
teries, and medicine bottles
through proper toxic waste fa-
cilities and pick-up services.
Promote the use of non-toxic
cleaners at home and at school.
Keep home and
school lawns free of chemicals
or fertilisers.
Walk or bike when-
ever possible, rather than ride in
a car.




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save the .
Ocean?
By practising .
these activities
every day, we
will give our
oceans a boost:
Choose items n"."
with reusable or ,
recyclable pack-
aging.

Avoid littering-
recycle paper
and other
"recyclables."
This practice
will produce less gar-
bage and help reduce the chancc "
of sending litter to the oceans


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I will be 60 years old next month but I do not l
know how to claim for Old Age Benefit' Carn -Oil.
you advise me? 1

ANSWER

A claim for Old Age Benefit must be made by u
completing Form AOB1-Claim for Old Age
Benefit, which can be uplifted from the nearest '
Local Office. This Form must be completed d I
signed before returning it to the office, along
with your Birth Certificate, NIS Card, National 1
Identification Card and any other document, I
such as a Deed Poll or Affidavit of Identity I--1
support your name. hl


I Do you have a question on N.I.S ? Then write/call
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C/O Dianne Lewis Baxter
Publicity and Public Relations Officer (ag)
National Insurance Scheme
Brickdam and Winter Place
P.O. Box. 101135
E-mail: pr_nis@solution2000.net
Tel: 227-3461.


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Turn off lights when
leaving the room.
Turn off appliances
(such as TVs, VCRs, and com-
puters) when they are not in
use.
When travelling, stay
at ocean-side resorts that do not
endanger coastal habitats (such
as beaches, dunes, and marshes)
through practices like excessive
night lighting, over-develop-
ment, and high-impact recre-
ational activities.
There are lots more in-
formation available on how
we can conserve Oceans,
make an effort to learn
more.


Do share your ideas by
sending your letters
to: "Our
Environment", C/o
EIT Division,
Environmental
Protection Agency,
IAST Building,
Turkeyen, UG
Campus, GREATER
GEORGETOWN.


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Support to the Low Income Housing Sector
Guyana
No. 8/ACP/GUA/015



INVITATION TO TENDER

REPUBLIC OF GUYANA
CENTRAL HOUSING & PLANNING AUTHORITY
EU/LOW INCOME HOUSING PROGRAMME
(EU GRANT No. 8/ACP/GUA/015)
CONSTRUCTION OF CIVIL WORKS IN WESTMINSTER,
WEST BANK DEMERARA (REGION 3)
Tender No. 8/ACP/GUA/015-TW01/21005
&
CONSTRUCTION OF CIVIL WORKS IN ONDERNEEMING,
WEST BANK DEMERARA (REGION 3)
Tender No. 8/ACP/GUA/015-TW02/2005

Date: 18 May 2005
EU Financial Agreement No: 8/ACP/GUA/015
1. The Government of Guyana has received a financing Grant from the
European Commission toward the cost of the Low Income Housing
Programme. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this financing will be
applied to eligible payments under the Contracts for Civil Works at
Westminster and Onderneeming, West Bank Demerara (Region 3).
2. The EU/Low Income Housing Programme (hereinafter called "the Employer")
now invites sealed Bids from Construction Firms for:


Construction of Civil Works at Westminster, West Bank Demerara,
and
Construction of Civil Works at Onderneeming, West Bank Demerara.
3. Construction Firms may obtain further information and inspect the Bidding
Documents for their eligibility to participate at the Office of EU/LHIP, Central
Housing & Planning Authority, Ministry of Housing and Water, 41 Brickdam &
United Nations Place, Stabroek, Georgetown as of May 23,2005.
4. The Bidding Documents can be purchased with completion of the Tender
Document request form available at the EU/LIHP office and upon payment
of a non-reimbursable fee of ten thousand Guyana dollars (G$10,000) per
Tender. The method of payment will be Manager's cheque payable to the
EU/Low Income Housing Programme. It will not be necessary to make the
request in person to receive a complete set of Bidding Documents, since
these can be sent by mail or e-mail.
EU/Low Income Housing Programme (LIHP)
Central Housing & Planning Authority
41 Brickdam & United Nations Place
Georgetown, Guyana.
lihproject()yahoo.com
5. Bids must be delivered to the Tender Box in the office of the address below on
or.before 09:00 h on July 26, 2005 and must be accompanied by a Bid
Security of not less than two percent (2%) of the Bid price. The Employer is
not responsible for Bids not received thereof on or before the time and date
specified for the reception of Bids. Late Bids will be rejected and returned
unopened.
6. Bids will be opened at a public ceremony, in the presence of those Bidders'
Representatives who choose to attend at 09:00 h on July 26, 2005, at the
office of:
The Chairman
National Procurement and TenderAdministration Board
Ministry of Finance,
Main & Urquhart Streets
Georgetown, Guyana.
7. Bidders registered in Guyana must submit an IRD Compliance indicating that
the Bidder'has met his/her Income Tax obligations for the three (3) years
immediately preceding the year of Tender, and an NIS Compliance :n-Jiraing
that the Bidder has met his/her obligations for the month immediately
preceding the month of Tender.
8. Closing date for the purchase of Tenders is June 13, 2005. A mandatory
site visit to both locations is arranged for June 15,2005 at 09:00 h.


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MORE PHYSICAL
CHANGES
LAST week, we concen-
trated on the impairments asso-
ciated with the sensory organs
hearing and seeing. Let us to-
day focus on the deterioration
of the function of some organs
as the animal gets older.

URINARY SYSTEM
Urinary tract disorders are
pretty common in older dogs.
The Urinary System is com-
posed of two kidneys, the ure-
ters (those two tubes which lead
the urine from the kidneys to
the bladder), the bladder and the
urethra (the tube that leads the
urine from the bladder to the
outside (via the penis/vagina).
Some authors argue that the
prostate gland is part ofthe uri-
nary system, so I will mention
it in a subsequent discussion on
geriatric male dogs. The prostate
is an accessory sex gland which
is situated at the base of the
bladder and partly surrounds
the urethra.

KIDNEYS
As the dog gets bolder, its
kidneys invariably lose their
power to concentrate "the waste
products. (I remember one of
my professors saying that if one
organ will go bad in a dog, it will
.be the kidneys). This inability
to concentrate the waste prod-
ucts leads to an obligatory ex-
cretion of increased amounts of
urine. This, in turn, creates the
condition where the animal is
seen to constantly dribble urine.
In other words, if the dog is
kept indoors, he will be "wet-
ting" himself (the house) uncon-
trollably Such a dog should be


given the opportunity to go
outside several times a day. In
fact, you may wish to arrange
an environment that would al-
low the incontinent dog to ei-


THE VET


their live outside or have
uncompromised access to the
yard.
Because you notice the
animal urinating all the
time, you might be tempted
to reduce his water intake.
That would be wrong. In fact,
the dog wants to drink more
water, and you must ensure
that an ample amount of wa-


ter is available at all times.
Without an adequate water
intake, the animal's kidneys
might fail in their function.
Kidney failure leads to a re-
tention of ammonia, nitro-
gen, acids and other wastes in
the animal's blood and tis-
sues. The dog becomes de-
pressed, refuses to eat and
loses condition. A foul-smell-
ing breath, vomiting, diar-
rhoea and episodes of gastro-
intestinal bleeding can occur
(these are all signs of uremic
poisoning). In the end, since
the poisons are accumulating
in the blood and tissue, the
animal will fall into a coma
and die.
A dog with kidney problems
has to go on a very special diet.
You will have to discuss this
matter with your veterinarian.
I should mention that in-
continence is a problem seen
often in older spayed fe-
males. Your vet will advise
you about the treatment re-
gime which will include the
administration of estrogen.

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. Do not
stray your unwanted
pets, take them to the
GSPCA Clinic and
Shelter instead. Also,
find out more about the
Society's free spay and
neutering programme
by calling 226-4237.


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CHAMPION


ookery Corner

] Welcome to the 348h edition of
"Champion Cookery Corner", a
weekly feature giving recipes and
tips on cooking in Guyana.


SHere are some delicious recipes, perfect as part of a barbecue or picnic, or on their
own as a lunch or snack.
1 (12 ounce) package Champion Mini Mac DIRECTIONS:


pasta
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1 cup cucumber peeled, seeded and
chopped
1 tablespoon dried minced onion
1 cup diced ham
1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
3 tablespoons olive oil
3 tablespoons white wine vinegar
-Sa.t-and Chico Black Pepper to taste


In a large pot of salted boiling water, cook
pasta until al dente, rinse under cold water
and drain.
In a large bowl, combine the cooked
pasta, mayonnaise and mix well. Stir in
cucumber, onion, ham and cheese. Mix
well. Drizzle oil and vinegar over top and
toss.
Refrigerate for at least 4 hours.
Great to serve at'abarbecue!' ".'


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I V1%2 cups Champion Shell pasta
1/4 cup cashews
3 boneless, chicken breast halves cooked,
skinned
3oz chopped pineapple, with juice reserved
2 small apples, peeled, cored and diced
3/4 cup chopped imported celery
1 (3oz) can mandarin oranges, drained
I cup mayonnaise
V teaspoon almond extract
DIRECTIONS:
Cook Champion Shells pasta in a large pan of
boiling water until al dente. Drain, and rinse.
Set aside.
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Place cashew nuts in a dry skillet. Toast
over.medium heat, turning frequently, until
nuts are fragrant and lightly browned.

In a large bowl, combine pasta, chicken,
pineapple, apples,. celery, mandarin
oranges, and toasted nuts.

In a small bowl, mix together mayonnaise,
reserved pineapple juice, and almond.
flavoring. Stir into pasta mixture, and mix
well.

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