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Title: Guyana chronicle
Portion of 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: 3/4/2007
Copyright Date: 2005
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Numbering Peculiarities: Publication suspended: Oct. 12-24, 1983.
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SU NDAY


The Chronicle is at http://www.guyanachronicle.com


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PLESS PH O T wife who sent up a topless picture of herself in his lunch box.
Fred Gregor, 45, was bidding to have his 15-month conviction WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF
for fraud overturned by squatting in his tiny cubicle atop a con-
ENDS L PRO TES T averted television mast. He told Reuters in a telephone interview
-that he wanted a new trial.
BERLIN (Reuter) A German man who spent l0 days His wife Susanne, 25, backed his protest until the former EU0RS ,
in a self-made box atop a 72-foot-tall pole to protest stripper and mother of their five children decided she had had
a looming jail term was lured off his perch by his enough.


- Ortega shows, Chavez absent age two


ll Former senior
civil servant
killed in bus
accident Page 14

Mystery
fire guts
city house
Page eight


SUMMIT SUCCESS: From left, front row, Mexico President Felipe de Jesus Calderon; President of the Dominican Republic, Leonel Antonio Fernandez Reyn; Brazilian President Luiz
Inacio Lula da Silva; President Bharrat Jagdeo; President of Chile Michelle Bachelet; President of Panama, Martin Torrijos Espino; President of Honduras, Mel Zelaya; President of
Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, and Vice President of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno Garces, at the end of the summit at the Guyana International Conference Centre, Turkeyen, East Coast
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By Mark Ramotar

GUYANA'S historic hosting of
the prestigious and high-pro-
file Rio Group Summit, with
seven heads/of state attend-
ing, was described by Presi-
dent Bharrat Jagdeo as a "sto-
cess".
The 19th Rio Group Sum-
mit, also attended by two Vice-
Presidents from the 20-member
grouping, ended yesterday at the
Guyana International Confer-
ence Centre at Turkeyen, East
Coast Demerara.
Joining Brazilian President
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and
President of Chile Michelle
Bachelet, who were at the sum-
mit opening Thursday night,
were President of Nicaragua,
Daniel Ortega; President of the
Dominican Republic, Leonel
Antonio Fernandez Reyna;


President of Honduras, Mel
Zelaya; President of Panama,
Martin Torrijos Espino, and
Mexico President Felipe de
Jesus Calderon Hinojosa.
Special invitee to the sum-
mit was Trinidad and Tobago
Prime Minister Mr. Patrick
Manning.
"I am very pleased with the
level of participation we have
had as several Presidents were
present here with some Vice
Ministers and Foreign Minis-
ters and therefore I think over-
all I will term the summit a suc-
cess," President Jagdeo told re-
porters at the end of the sum-
mit.
A major disappointment
was the absence of the charis-
matic and hugely popular Ven-
ezuelan President, Hugo
Chavez. He was expected here
by yesterday morning and there


was no immediate explanation
for his not turning up.
Venezuelan Vice-Minister of
Northern American and Multi-
lateral Affairs, Mr. Jorge Valero,
represented President Chavez at
the meeting.
President Jagdeo announced
that he managed to conclude a
number of bilateral discussions
with some of the visiting Heads,
including the Brazilian and
Mexican Presidents.
He said issues dealt with in
the end of summit Turkeyen
Declaration communique, range
from strengthening democracy,
ensuring democratic participa-
tion of member states of the Rio
Group in international fora, the
struggle to achieve balance,
peace and security in the inter-
national region (and) strengthen-
ing the fight against terrorism,
and strengthening the Rio


Group.
*President Jagdeo also said
he is very pleased that two
studies commissioned during
Guyana's Chairmanship of the
Rio Group a study on the
treatment of Asymmetries in
the context of regional coopera-
tion and a study on the democ-
ratization of international rela-
tions "both of these and their
recommendations were ac-
cepted by the Heads".
He noted, too, that Guyana
put before the informal session
of the summit yesterday, a
whole range of issues and rec-
ommendations to deal with so-
cial sector problems in the re-
gion.
President Jagdeo and his
colleagues said they were en-
couraged by the progress and

(Please see page three)


Lessons of

resilience,

fortitude in

Phagwah

President

HERE is the text of the message by President Bharrat Jagdeo
on the occasion of Phagwah being celebrated today:
"It is with enormous pleasure that I bring Phagwah greet-
ings to all Guyanese, particularly our Hindu brothers and sisters.
Phagwah or Holi, the Hindu Festival of Spring, is derived
from the word 'Phalgun', the name of the month commencing
from mid-February through mid-March, and is the last month
on the Hindu calendar. The first month of the Hindu Year is
'Chaitra', falling in Phalgun.
And so Phagwah or Holi is the start of the Hindu New
Year, an opportune time for all Guyanese from all religious and
ethnic backgrounds to share in the happy spirit of Phagwah, to
reach out and touch, to rekindle the bliss of brotherhood and
sisterhood, and thereby purge feelings of selfishness and en-
mity.
This festival brings to light the familiar story of Prahalad,
his father the demon king Hiranyakashyapu, and his sister
Holika.
We all can draw lessons of'resilience and fortitude froilm
Prahalad as he unflinchingly stayed the course with his devo-
tion and faith. Prahalad's ultimate triumph of good over evil
brings hope to all humankind.committed to a path of peace and
prosperity.
Phagwah is the one event when sprinkling coloured pow-
der ('gulal') or coloured water on each other shatters all barri-
ers of discrimination, so that everyone seems to be the same,
and so universal solidarity is reaffirmed.
Let all Guyanese celebrate this colourful festival of Phagwah
in joyous spirit without any distinction of caste, creed, colour,
race, status, or sex. Let us be determined to build permanent
bonds of friendship and unity to bestow greater stature on
Guyana.
Happy Holi to all Guyanese here and in the Diaspora!"


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(From page two)

achievements of the last 20 years
and are convinced of the rel-
evance of the Rio Group as a vi-
able and necessary instrument
for political dialogue in the re-
gion.
On this note, the Heads of
State and Government reaf-
firmed the importance of the
group as "a privileged space" for
political consultation and coor-
dination in Latin America and
the Caribbean and renewed their
commitment to the political con-
sensus and principles outlined in
the Veracruz Act of 1999.
The Rio Group leaders also
endorsed the agreement reached
in Guyana by their Ministers of
Foreign Affairs on the strength-
ening of the Rio Group which
paves the way for a more dy-
namic role for the grouping in
political coordination and as a
regional interlocutor with other
regions and countries, as well as
in the principal multilateral fora.
The leaders, according to
the declaration, said "they
recognized that the longstanding
commitment of the Rio Group
to the defence of multilateralism,
based on full respect for the
principles of international law,
was integral to its role and im-
portance as a regional block."
The Turkeyen Declaration
also noted that the Heads of
State and Government
recognized that the growing in-
volvement of the smaller states


of the region in the Rio Group
represents a favourable step to-
wards greater inclusiveness, re-
sulting in a stronger voice at the
global level.
In this regard, the leaders
recognized that increased politi-
cal dialogue and cooperation
among the sub-regions of Latin
America and the Caribbean, in
particular between the countries
of CARICOM and Latin
America, would contribute to
the effective functioning of the
Rio ,Group.
"In an era in which sub-re-
gional integration mechanisms
are increasingly developing
their own parameters of re-
gional and international out-
reach, the Heads of State and
Government underscored the
need for the group to retain its
focus as a regional and extra-re-
gional interlocutor," the
Turkeyen Declaration said.
Heads of State and Govern-
ments of the Rio Group also
highlighted the deepening of re-
gional integration based on prin-
ciples of co-operation, solidar-
ity, as a fundamental means of
reducing poverty and prevent-
ing the negative effects of
globalisation from deepening the
asymmetries which contribute
to economic, social and politi-
cal marginalisation..
"Asymmetries must be
overcome in order to achieve eq-
uitable and just integration, and
concrete and effective mecha-
nisms must be developed to


OE.
solve the major inequalities in
our region," the Turkeyen Dec-
laration stated.
The leaders, therefore, noted
the efforts being made to ad-
vance specific and effective mea-
sures and actions within a frame-
work of common policies aimed
at overcoming asymmetries in
regional integration processes.
The leaders also thanked
the Pro Tempore Secretariat of
Guyana for its excellent work in
preparing the Report on the
Treatment of Asymmetries in
the Context of Regional Co-op-
eration, and noted that it can
serve as a basis for promoting
specific and practical measures
for overcoming these asymme-
tries, especially with regard to
the special needs of small vul-
nerable economies of the region.
The leaders also agreed to
keep this important subject on
the agenda of the Rio Group in
order to deepen further discus-
sion and thus achieve balanced
and harmonious regional inte-
gration.
The Heads of State and Gov-
ernment also examined the current
situation in Haiti and adopted the
"Declaration of the Rio Group on
the situation in Haiti."
In examining other dimen-
sions of regional security, Heads
of State and Government of the
Rio Group yesterday viewed
with deep concern the contin-
ued perpetration of terrorist
acts in some regions of the
world.


"They strongly rejected ter-
rorism in all its forms and reaf-
firmed that irrespective of its
origin or motivation, the resort
to terrorism is entirely without
justification."
The summit also reaffirmed
the leaders' commitment to pre-
vent, combat and eliminate ter-
rorism and its financing by co-
operating extensively, fully re-
specting the mandates of na-
tional and international law, in
particular international human
rights and international humani-
tarian law.
Heads of State and Govern-
ment also agreed that the Rio
Group would continue to
strengthen and expand its con-
tacts with countries and regional
groupings with an action-ori-
ented focus to ensure positive
and advantageous results for the
benefit of participating groups


and also as inputs towards the
amelioration of the international
political, social and economic
situation.
The Rio Group leaders also
welcomed the initiative taken
by Venezuela to host the South
American Energy Integration
Summit in April, 2007, as evi-
dence of the strides which have
been made in integration among
the countries of South America
in the area of energy.


Almost all the leaders, in-
cluding the Brazilian and
Chilean Presidents, yester-
day expressed their gratitude
and congratulations to Presi-
dent Jagdeo, the government
and people of Guyana, for the
gracious hospitality extended
to them and the excellent
organisation as well as the
commendable effort on their
part to ensure the success of
the summit.


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cover-up in funding probe


By Katherine Baldwin

LONDON, (Reuters) The
BBC said yesterday that a
story about a political fund-
ing scandal it was barred
from running could have
been central to police inquir-
ies into a potential cover-up
involving aides to Prime
Minister Tony Blair.
The British Broadcasting
Corporation said the report,
which was blocked by a court
injunction late on Friday, re-
ferred to an internal e-mail be-
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inner circle".
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lice investigating whether offi-
cials hid evidence from them as
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ing of state honours by politi-
cal parties in return for cash.
media reports have said.
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yer, Attorney General Lord Pe-
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BBC late on Friday following
a request by police.
Detectives have been in-
vestigating since March last
year whether parties
awarded honours, which
come with seats in
parliament's House of
Lords, in return for loans
but in recent months their
inquiry has widened to in-
clude a potential cover-up.
The investigation has cast
a shadow over Blair's final
months in office. He is ex-
pected to go in or by July this


Two Blair aides were re-
cently arrested on suspicion of
perverting the course of justice
or conspiring to do so.
Blair has been questioned
twice as a witness by police.
Police sought the injunction
against the BBC "because of
their concern that disclosure of
certain information at this stage
would impede their inquiries," a
joint statement from the Met-
ropolitan police and Goldsmith
said.
"The Attorney General


acted in this regard completely
independent of government and
(in) his independent public in-
terest capacity," said the state-
ment.
The BBC said its reporting
of the story was a matter of
public interest.
The move sparked specu-
lation among politicians and
lawyers that officers were
planning to bring charges
against one or more indi-
viduals or that police could be
on the verge of wrapping up
their investigation.


Tunisia upholds

sentence against

bomber's uncle
TUNIS, (Reuters) Tunisia's Supreme Court upheld yes-
terday a 20-year jail sentence against the uncle of a sui-
cide bomber for his role in the attack that killed 21 people,
most of them German, court sources said.
Fourteen Germans, five Tunisians and two French were
killed when the suicide bomber rammed a tanker filled with cook-
ing gas into a Jewish shrine in the North African country in
2002.
The bombing on the southern island of Djerba, Tunisia's
main tourist destination, was the first attack claimed by al Qaeda
in an Arab country after the Sept. 11 attacks in the United States.
Judge Fethi Ben Youssef upheld the sentence against
Belgacem Nawar, 45, for helping the bomber carry out the at-
tack, his lawyer Samir ben Amor said.
In June, a lower court convicted him for the same charges
and condemned him to 20 years in prison. He pleaded not guilty
before both courts.
"We are sure that he is innocent but we hope for presi-
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ISLAMABAD Pakistan was yesterday braced for reprisals
from militants after the capture of one of the Taliban's
three most senior leaders earlier in the week. The arrest
of Mullah Obaidullah Akhund. a member of Taliban
supremo Mullah Mohammad Omar's inner circle, was dis-
closed to Reuters by several security officials. Ihough it has
not been confirmed by Pakistani authorities.
BAGHDAD A U.S. air strike killed senior insurgents sus-
pected of targeting American helicopters in Iraq. and the
Iraqi government said 39 militants had been killed in vola-
tile western Anbar province in recent righting. The U.S.
military said the air strike took place on Friday north of
Baghdad near the town of Taji. which is home to a major
U.S. air base. It said weaponry, including a vehicle mounted
with anti-aircraf artillery was destroyed.
RIYADH Iranian President Mahmond Ahmadinejad ar-
rived yesterday in Saudi Arabia on his first official trip to
the U.S. ally for talks expected to cover the crises in Leba-
non and Iraq and Tehran's nuclear programme.
Ahmadinejad, whose country could face tougher U.N. sanc-
tions oser its refusal to suspend its nuclear programme, was
met at the airport b) King Abdullah, the Saudi state news
agency said.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia At least 2.000 Russian protest-
ers yesterday broke through police lines and blocked St
Petersburg's main thoroughfare, in an unusually bold show
of opposition to the Kremlin. The demonstrators, shouting
"Freedom!" and brandishing orange flares, dispersed after
about one hour but earlier police in riot gear and wielding
truncheons tussled with protesters. Police said they had de-
tained dozens of people.
ADDIS ABABA An Ethiopian administrator accused
Eritrean forces of kidnapping a group of five Europeans and
13 Ethiopians in a remote part of Ethiopia, and taking them
to a military camp in neighboring Eritrea. A group of five
Britons, believed to include diplomats from the British em-
bassi in Addis bhaba, went missing on Thursday in a re-
mote, inhospitable area of the Horn of Africa nation.
OLIAGADOUGOI Negotiators for Ivory Coast's president and
his rebel opponents yesterday agreed a new peace plan to re-
unite the diided \Vest African stale and hold elections after talks
in neighboring Burkina Faso. They said President Laurent
Gbagbo and Guillaume Soro. leader of the New Forces rebels
who seized the northern half of the world's top cocoa grower in a
brief 2002-2003 civil war, would sign the deal today in Burldna's
capital Ouagadougou.
LONDON Muammar Gaddafi has complained that West-
ern countries have failed to properly compensate Libya for
scrapping its nuclear arms programme and as a result coun-
tries like Iran and North Korea would not follow his lead.
Speaking on the 30th anniversary of his declaration of
Libya as a Jamahiriyah (state of the masses), Gaddafi told
the BBC in an interview broadcast late on Friday that the
West had failed to help transform his nuclear weapons
programme into nuclear power.
BELING China's foreign minister urged diplomatic per-
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steps of a deal to unwind North Korea's nuclear weapons
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CARACAS, (Reuters) Venezuela does not plan to sign
an anti-drug accord with the United Stales, local media
quoted Venezuela's top anti-drug official as saying yester-
day, days after Washington criticized Caracas for failing
to crack down on drug traffickers.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. a close ally of Cuba
who has promised to fight U.S. "impenahsm." cut off coop-
eration with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in 2005.
Accusing the group of spying on him.
The South American nation had promised to renew the ac-
cord on different terms but repeatedly postponed signing it.
"Until now it is not foreseen that we will sign an agree-
ment with them," said Nestor Reverol. president of the Na-
tional Anti-Drug Office, in an interview with the El Universal
newspaper when asked about renewing DEA cooperation.
"It's not necessary to sign an agreement with any particu-
lar country," he said, later adding Venezuela was planning to
sign an anti-drug cooperation accord with Germany.
The State Department said on Thursday drug trafficking
through Venezuela from neighboring Colombia was increasing
because of Venezuelan corruption and lack of cooperation with
counrer-narcolics agencies from other countries.
Washington in 2005 revoked the visas of three Venezuelan
military officers on suspicions they were involved in drug traf-
ficking.
The criticisms have fuelled an already harsh war of words
in which Chavez frequently attacks the United Stales as an im-
perialist power with a history of meddling in Latin America.
The State Department calls Chavez a menace to re-
gional democracy and accuses him of using the nation's
oil wealth to influence politics in neighboring countries.


Warning for St Lucia govt on China
BRIDGETOWN The opposition St Lucia Labour Party
has called on Prime Minister Sir John Compton's govern-
ment to "speedily end the uncertainty" of the
country's diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of
China following its rise to power at the December 11, 2006
general election.
The SLP, led by former Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony,
said in a press statement that this delay in regularising normal
relations with China, which has an embassy in Castries, was
the direct result of the long and close links that Compton's UWP
had maintained with Taiwan with which it had diplomatic ties
while in government.
While Prime Minister Compton has remained silent on St
Lucia-China relations, the Chinese embassy itself has expressed
concerns over the government's "delayed process" for the sign-
ing of a "memorandum of understanding on continued relations",
as would be normal with a change in administration.
In its statement to the media on Friday, the SLP said
that "it would be a retrograde step if St Lucia were to aban-
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since China is now seen as one of the world's fastest grow-
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By Patrick Markey

BOGOTA, (Reuters) Four
police officers and a civilian
were killed yesterday when a
bomb exploded in a southern
city where guerrillas tried to
assassinate the mayor with a
car bomb two days earlier, au-
thorities said.
The attacks came a week
before U.S. President George
W. Bush is due to visit Co-
lombia, Washington's closest
ally in the region. Bogota has
received more than $4 billion
in aid from the U.S. govern-
ment since 2000 to fight
rebels and the drug trade that
makes Colombia the world's
No. 1 cocaine producer.
Police thought they had de-
activated the explosives found
yesterday in a duct at the Neiva
city radio station but the bomb
blew up as they were moving it.
"We are not sure why it ex-
ploded. Everything points to an
accident," Defence Minister
Juan Manuel Santos said on ra-
dio.
Four bomb experts were
killed in their vehicle and a fe-
male bystander also died, police


neighboring provinces that
have been the focus of the
U.S.-funded operations.
FARC's Teofilo Forero com-
mand, one of its more expe-
rienced fronts, is active in
the area.


Rebel attacks are less com-
mon since President Alvaro
Uribe began an offensive to
combat the Revolutionary
Armed Forces of Colombia, or
FARC, and the cocaine trade the
rebels use to sustain Latin
America's oldest guerrilla war.
But FARC, Colombia's larg-
est rebel group, remains a po-
tent force in rural areas and of-
ten targets local authorities for
kidnapping or assassination.
Mayor Cielo Gonzalez,
who has been threatened by
FARC before, escaped
Thursday's attack when one of
her bodyguards had the suspi-
cious vehicle towed away. Ten
people were wounded when the
car exploded shortly afterwards.
Guerrillas had fired a gre-
nade at the mayor's house in
2003 and her father survived an
assassination attempt two years
later.
"We can't go running away.
We are going to stay here and re-
inforce my security," Gonzalez
said. "This is a risk we have to
take."
Neiva, about 180 miles
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Editorial)


Editorial Viewpoint

by Rickey Singh
NARCO-TRAFFICKING remains a most challenging
problem for the Caribbean and Latin America region,
including Guyana.
As the problem persists, at varying levels across
borders, it has also become the norm for the United
States authorities to regurgitate in annual reports, real
and perceived problems for more effective responses by
governments. Without, of course, sharing any blame.
It is not that governments, and those of our
Caribbean Community in particular, are either unaware
of or uncommitted to dealing with this horrible crime that,
like an infectious disease, is affecting so many aspects
of our social and economic life.
Rather, it is the little credit, if any at all, often
sandwiched between layers of criticisms that fill the
annual "International Narcotics Control Strategy Report"
which comes from the leading nation in this western
hemisphere that remains the single biggest consumer
of illegal drugs -the United States of America. The latest
such report, released last.month by the U.S. State
Department, is no exception to the norm.'
S No attempt should be made to minimise the
social, economic as well as political problems resulting
from drug trafficking and related crimes of money
laundering and gun-running.
Their harmful effects with corrupt practices by law
enforcement agencies; the crowded prisons, violence
and demeaning behaviour of our young people,
including primary and secondary school students, hit us
with depressing regularity.


A major problem, major source


What is of equal concern is that too often the U.S.
State Department's annual report gratuitously indulge in
language of expediency in the absence of EVIDENCE
- to delink governments, and more specifically top
officials and lawmakers, from facilitating either
production, processing, shipment or distribution of
illegal drugs.
The report would then move with full speed,
consistent with a standard format, to virtually pour scorn
on what such governments are failing and more than
imply complicity with alleged corrupt cops, immigration
and customs officials and even whack away at "weak"
judicial systems.
Not just Guyana, but other CARICOM governments
have had cause to complain against failure and/or
refusal by U.S. authorities to share vital intelligence
information they claim to have and which could be quite
helpful, once verified, for effective and appropriate
actions to significantly curb the flow of illegal drugs like
cocaine and marijuana to the U.S. and Europe via
Caribbean air and sea routes.
This, by no means, should justify the Guyana
Government, or any of its CARICOM partners, from failing
to actively and systematically pursue policies and
programmes that could significantly curb the illicit drug
trade.
For example, the foot-dragging by the
government in relation to any visible effective
implementation of the 2005 "National Drug Strategy
Master Plan", to which the U.S. State Department
report has also made reference in chronicling the
deficits against the Jagdeo administration's
responses to the narco-trafficking.
Countries like Guyana do not, of course, have the
resources to circulate anti-narcotics reports that could
also expose the extent of illegal consumption of drugs
in the U.S.; the level of related corruption and abuses that


this horrendous crime has on its law enforcement and
judicial arms; or how its private sector moguls are also
linked to the drug cartels and barons who exploit
Caribbean jurisdictions in accumulating wealth with their
evil trade.
This is a factor that even sections of the
Caribbean media often fail to focus on. More attention
should be paid to the realities of life in the major
centres of importation and consumption of illegal
drugs, namely the U.S. and Europe with the former in
the lead.
Without divulging sensitive intelligence information/
strategies, there needs to be more transparency
in bilateral and multilateral cooperation arrangements
between CARICOM and the U.S.
It could help to disabuse feelings abroad in our
region that the cooperation and assistance flowing
from Washington administrations are more geared to
satisfy America's needs than responding to specific
social and economic initiatives to enable significant
reduction, if not throttling, of narco-trafficking criminal
networks.




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'Uncle Sam's'





for Caribbean


contempt



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HEMISPHERIC security with a special focus on countering
terrorism, reducing poverty and other major social issues that
contribute to political stability and undermine good gover-
nance, would have formed part of yesterday's Rio Group Sum-
mit in the Guyanese capital Georgetown.
We should know by today if not by late last night. the key
decisions reached from the official communique expected from the
20-nation summit of Latin American and Caribbean leaders, whose
deliberations had been preceded by a series of technical and minis-
terial meetings.
The Rio Summit was concluding in Georgetown five days ahead
of President George Bush's one-week tour of five Latin American
states starting on Thursday, March 8.
The journey would take him to Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Gua-
temala and Uruguay with favourite topics of his like "war on ter-
rorism", "democracy" and "social justice" on his work agenda.
It is ironic, though by no means surprising, that President Bush
would want to discuss coordinated responses in the battle against
"terrorism" while his administration maintains a policy of benign
neglect, to say the least, in relation to one of the most notorious
terrorists currently in the U.S. and wanted for the single most hor-
rific terrorist act in the modern history of the Caribbean.
The wanted man is the Cuban emigre, Luis Posada Carriles, who
has been implicated as playing a key role in the 1976 bombing of a
Cubana passenger aircraft off Barbados killing all 73 people on
board.
Two. years ago CARICOM made a passionate call for Posada
to bb brought to justice for his,role in the Cubana.tragedy, consis-
tent with the-war against terrorism..Both. Cuba and Venezuela are
also still waiting on the U.S. government for the extradition of Posada
to face trial for that unprecedented criminal act in Caribbean air
space.
Now, as arrangements were being finalised for last week's Rio
Group Summit and this week's five-nation tour of Latin America
by President Bush, an important development took place in a Mi-
ami court that further exposes the hypocrisy and contempt of the
administration in Washington in its "war on terrorism" and observ-
ing the rule of law.
The development was last Tuesday's sentencing by a Miami
district court judge of a Cuban-born university professor and his
wife to five and three-year prison terms respectively for admitting
to "spying" for Cuba.
Eleven days earlier, another Cuban, Luis Posada Carriles, who
should be facing trial for causing 73 deaths by terrorism, was in-
stead informed of charges of "lying" to U.S. immigration. The con-
trast perhaps represents the latest example of the hypocrisy, the


moral inconsistency, of the Washington administration.
This hypocrisy is well located in President Bush's policy and
related attitudes of United States authorities in dealing with the docu-
mented case of the anti-Castro terrorist, Posada for his involvement
in the Cubana tragedy off Barbados.


The









Column


More, later, of the now 77-year-old Posada. First to the "spy-
ing" 61-year old professor Carlos Alvarez of Florida International
University.
He admitted in court to sharing, in collaboration with his wife
SElsa, information to Cuban intelligence on Cuban .exiles living in
Florida. Alvarez told Judge Michael Moore that he was once part
of "an underground movement" to topple the government of Presi-
dent Fidel Castro. Later, however, he chose to be "an advocate for
dialogue" with the intention to help improve relations between Cuba
and the U.S.
According to information provided the prosecution by the
political and intelligence arms of the United States govern-
ment, Alvarez had used the codename "David" while he and
his 56-year-old wife Elsa (codenamed Deborah) were engaged
in sharing information with Cuban intelligence to "influence
dialogue".
In sentencing them, judge Moore correctly noted that "a good
motive is never an excuse for criminal conduct..." Well, Posada
and his collaborators in crime must be laughing.
They would include officials of the Ronald Reagan administra-
tion, and also significant roles played by U.S. Central Intelligence
personnel who had trained, bankrolled and protected Posada over


the years of sustained anti-Castro activities as documented in books.
magazines and newspaper articles published in and out of the U.S.
and found in archives.
Even before being facilitated in escaping from prison in Panama
for his involvement in the attempted assassination of President Fi-
del Castro in that Central American state in 2004 during an official
visit. Posada had earlier been assisted by U.S. intelligence person-
nel in Caracas and anti-Castro Venezuelan elements to escape from
jail while awaiting trial for his role in the 1976 Cubana tragedy.
Perhaps for that Cubana bombing tragedy, Posada also had "a
good motive", to use words of judge Moore, since it was consis-
tent with his driven CIA-sponsored commitment to get rid of a
"dangerous enemy" of the Empire in the Western Hemisphere -
namely the Castro government. That very government in Havana
with which the other Cuban emigre, Alvarez, was an intelligence
collaborator.
Posada's "good motive" in his campaign against "Castrosim"
had previously engaged him as also documented in bombing
targets inside Cuba, that resulted in deaths, injuries and destruc-
tion, Also, as an active collaborator with the CIA and the anti-
Sandinistas "Contras" when he operated out of El Salvador under
the codename "Ramon Medina" to help destabilise the then gov-
ernment in Nicaragua..
Now, however, while the governments in Havana and Caracas,
as well as CARICOM have been calling for him to face trial for his
murderous role in the Cubana bombing tragedy, Posada is waiting
to answer charges in a Texas court. But surprise, surprise, not for
ANY of his terroristic activities.
SNo way. Simply for "lying" to immigration officials in his quest
to become a citizen of the "greatest democracy"--U.S, ---that has
been his sanctuary, on and off, for a-pretty long time. .
It seems that in Bush's America, a Cuban emigre who engages
in confessed intelligence collaboration with Castro's Cuba must pay
the price, along with his wife, of imprisonment for their unlawful
"spying" activities But the other Cuban emigre, Posasa, a well docu-
mented terrorist whose criminal activities have wasted many lives,
can simply be prosecuted for "lying" in order to secure U.S. citi-
zenship and be at home with members of his family
What utter hypocrisy, what deep contempt for our Caribbean
governments calling for Posada to be tried for the Cubana
tragedy. What mockery of the rule of law and Bush's own "war on
terrorism".
Posada is due to face a jury on May 11 on charges of ille-
gal entry into the U.S. (which one of them?) and "lying" to
immigration personnel in his effort to secure U.S. citizenship.
What a political show U.S.-style!






SUNDAY CHRONCLE March 4, 2007 .. 7


Integrating Latin





America and the


Caribbean


(The writer is a business
consultant and former
Caribbean diplomat)


The DR and C
countries are togethi
negotiating with the
Union (EU) for an


GUYANA has become the first Partnership Agreen
English-speaking country to will determine the ai
host a summit meeting of the investment relations
Rio Group made up of 20 these two groups foi
Latin American and Carib- to come.
bean nations. Similarly the DR
In addition to the American countries r
Guyanese President Bharrat the summit are part
Jagdeo, several other Heads of Trade Agreement wit
Government of the Rio Group States, and five ol
were in Guyana for the meeting American countries ai
held on the weekend of March their own trading ar
2nd and 3rd. under the umbrella ol
While a larger turnout of Then there is the
Heads of Government would Alternative for the
have made the meeting more (ALBA) being prone
meaningful, some very impor- Venezuelan Presid(
tant ones showed up including gional integration ,
Mexico's Felipe de Jesus Latin America, as w
Calderon Hinojosa, Brazil's Luis sible alternative to t
Ignacio Lula de Silva and Chile's tion of a Free Trade
Michelle Bachelet. Americas (FTAA).
Guyana is the current offi- And, in the mid;
cial representative in the Rio are the, albeit stalled
Group of the Caribbean Cor- theless overarching
munity and Common Market in the World Trade C
(CARICOM) countries, but (WTO) for new ar
Belize is also a member of the that would govern
group, and the Guyanese Presi- rules.
dent invited Trinidad and Discussions a
Tobago's Prime Minister were not expected
Patrick Manning to participate highly on the age
in the informal sessions of the meeting, and while 1
summit. tion of Turkeyen,
With attendance too by the conference commu
Dominican Republic (DR) undoubtedly try t
President Leonel Antonio consensus position
Fernandez Reyna. there were Group, with all th
several interests represented at and, in some cases, d
the meeting, terests involved, wl


:ARICOM
er presently
e European
Economic
nent which
d, trade and
hip between
r some time

and Central
presented at
y to a Free
h the United
f the Latin
re deepening
rangements
f Mercosur.
e Bolivarian
e Americas
loted by the
ent as a re-
strategy for
ell as a pos-
he U.S. no-
Area of the

st of all this,
d, but none-
negotiations
)rganisation
rangements
world trade

bout trade
I to feature
nda of the
the Declara-
the end of
unique, will
o reflect a
of the Rio
he different
divergent in-
hatever they


say on trade is unlikely to ad-
vance the international agenda.
The great value of this
summit is that it provided an
opportunity for a small but im-
portant number of Heads of
Government from the Caribbean
and Latin America to talk infor-
mally and to exchange ideas
about how the relationship be-
tween Latin American and Car-
ibbean countries could be deep-
ened in their joint interest.
Meeting at the political level
is a necessary first step for cre-
ating the framework for an eco-
nomic relationship that could


benefit the people of Latin
America and the Caribbean,
through trade and investment.
But, at the practical level it is
the business communities in
each of these countries that
could give flesh to the bones of
such an economic relationship.
In turn, they will need an en-
abling environment which must
include the establishment of di-
rect transportation arrange-
ments, access to financing, and
a facility for English, Spanish
and Portuguese.
The Rio Group is primarily
an organ of political consulta-


tion; it does not have-a mandate
to institute arrangements for
economic integration, and a
summit meeting of only some
Heads of Government, however
influential they may be, would
be reluctant to do so.
Further, the group does not
have a permanent secretariat and
its work between meetings is
carried out by the country to
which the Chairmanship falls.
However, there are other
organizations to which members
of the Rio Group belong who
have the capacity to initiate ar-
rangements for structured eco-


nomic relations between Latin
American and Caribbean coun-
tries. CARICOM and the Cen-
tral American Free Trade Agree-
ment (CAFTA) countries, and
CARICOM and Mercosur could
formally pursue discussions that
might have arisen from informal
consultations between the Heads
of Government.
It is to be hoped that, arising
from this meeting, the Rio Group
will take on the role of promot-
ing Latin American and Caribbean
economic integration through in-
stitutions such as the Inter-
American Development Bank.
In any event, Guyana did
well to carry the work of the
Rio Group during its period of
Chairmanship. It has also done
well to host the summit, and, in
doing so, to act as a bridge be-
tween Latin America and the
Caribbean.
A conference of Latin
American countries in English-
speaking Guyana as the repre-
sentative of CARICOM has im-
mense symbolic value.
It demonstrates that the di-
vide between the two sub-re-
gions, which are a consequence
of colonial history and imperial
interests in the past, can be
overcome.
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President Bharrat Jagdeo is the centre of attention at yesterday's summit


African films have mass ap
By Orla Ryan cially films with controversial
political themes.
OUAGADOUGOU, (Reuters) "The whole of Africa is a
Thousands packed huge market for film. But it is
Ouagadougou's soccer stadium the only region in the world
for the opening of last week's where because of distribution
Fespaco film festival showcas- problems and other obstacles,
ing the best of African cinema, like literacy, there is no way you
Localfilm lovers, balancing can make money back in your
children on their knees or squat- own country," said American
ting in the aisles, joined West- producer Joslyn Barnes.
ern tourists to watch films re- Some films, even those that
fleeting African realities rather win critical acclaim elsewhere,
than Hollywood glamour. remain all but unseen by home
"We tell their stories, they audiences.
recognize themselves in these
films," said Boubakar Diallo, di- "WASTING MY TIME?"
rector of 'Code Phenix'. Many in Cameroon see di-
Subjects ranged from illegal rector Jean Pierre Bekolo's work
immigration and child soldiers to on domestic television, he said,
Africanvillagelife,andsomeofthe but there is little profit to be
audience cheered plot twists as if made from distributing films to
they were at a football match. local television channels.
Despite the popularity of "Africa is in a specific eco-
film in Burkina Faso, one of the nomic situation. Cinema is fall-
world's poorest countries, direc- ing into that," Si ekoio,
tors struggle to raise f finance. whose film Les Saignantes is on
!n(ionrd1.nt! African film- show at Fespaco.
makers are hurt by a lack of cin- "A !o; of people feel that I
emas, widespread DVD piracy am wasting my time in African
..pnd, the fcg .,ma.y pogrly-. cinema, there is no way it can
funded state 'eadcasterfi o be.~cpr-m h eW t nterpsnng for
take up domestic content, .ne-. the western world'"
I,


ipeal but directors struggle


Away from the independent
market, Nigeria's so-called
Nollywood has become one of
the world's biggest film indus-
tries after Hollywood and
India's Bollywood.
Its populist films such as
Official Prostitute, Blood Bil-
lionaires and Sharon in Abuja
generally do not make it to
Fespaco and are usually sold on
video compact disc (VCD) in
Anglophone countries, often
from roadside stalls.
Many films at the
Ouagadougou festival were co-
funded by European donors and
television channels. Independent
directors struggling to find a mar-
ket for their films, many in
French, say there is limited in-
terest from distributors overseas.
'They make political mov-
ies and with more political mov-
ies, we have to choose caref!uly
to know wnai the pi'b;iC will
react to," said French distribu-
tor Thierry Vigneron, who is at
the festival to select an African
film for distribution in France.
"WAR.IS NOT
,PLEASANT"


can be a turn-off for Western
audiences used to slick editing
and a thumping soundtrack.
Western audiences may also find
some storylines unpalatable.
In Newton Aduaka's film
Ezra, a former Sierra Leonean
child soldier comes to terms
with his role in that country's
brutal war, fuelled by demand
for diamonds. The powerful
film pulls no punches.
"I really set out to make a
film as honestly as I could. I
wasn't thinking what Western-
ers would think of it. I encoun-
tered something which touched
me profoundly and I wanted to
tell the story. It is war, it is not
pleasant," said Aduaka.
Such films help forge a col-
lective memory on a continent
where, even now, precious little
is recorded on paper or film,
said veteran Burkinabe film
maker Gasioil K1bore.
"What can you do in a
country where there is no
production culture? And
there is no distribution?
Should you say I stop making
films? You aregoing to filht
to m iki- -'"4 -' '


Travelspan GT to

inaugurate schedule

flights to Ft Lauderdale

TRAVELSPAN GT Inc will be inaugurating its weekly
schedule flight service to Fort Lauderdale, Florida from
Tuesday.
The airline said this new service will be on each Tuesday
and will depart Guyana at 07:30h.
"The new service to Hollywood International Airport, Ft
Lauderdale, Florida, will be operated via Port of Spain using
our new Boeing 737-800 aircraft that features a First Class ser-
vice and will provide excellent connecting services to Tampa,
Orlando and California.
Travelspan GT Inc has been granted authorization by the
United States Department of Transportation and the Guyana
Civil Aviation Authority to operate schedule flights between
Guyana and Ft Lauderdale. Flights will be operated by Xtra
Airways of Nevada, U.S.A.", the airline said.
TravelSpan GT Inc. said it is looking forward it offering
the travelling public the superior service it is known for in the
New York, Trinidad and Guyana markets.
A ceremony to commemorate the inauguration will be held
at the Hollywood International Airport on arrival of the flight.
Travelspan GT Inc started scheduled flights from Guyana
to Port of Spain and New York on November 30, 2006 and has
its corporate office located at 69 Main Street, Georgetown, five
General Sales Agents Offices in New York, one in Fort Lauder-
dale and four in Trinidad & Tobago.
Travelspan GT Inc is a sister company of Travelspan
Vac-.. t New York and Amrals' Travel orf Tiidad &




8 SUNDAY CHRONICLE lygrqh 4, 2007



Mystery



fire guts



city



house ,


By Shirley Thomas
A MYSTERY fire last night
broke out at 304 Lamaha
Park, Block "PP", East La
Penitence, Georgetown,
quickly engulfing the one-flat
two-bedroom house and re-
ducing it to rubble in less
than half an hour.
Nothing was saved in the
inferno. Cash and everything
else went up in flames, the fam-
ily said.
The fire started around
20:30h and the fire department
was summoned and responded
promptly.
But neighbours. marvelling
at the swiftness with which the
building was destroyed, said it
was already burnt flat before
the fire tender arrived.
Despite gallants efforts by
public-spirited neighbours to
render assistance, little success
was achieved since there was no
water on hand to put the flames
out, and the sand buckets used
proved a poor substitute.
Now homeless are Carol


Rose and her four children aged
11, 10, seven and two years.
Rose said no one was at
home when the fire started as
she and the children had gone
across the road at a neighbour's.
When she was alerted that
her house was on fire, she said
that with weakened knees, she
ran across to her yard, only to
see the flames billowing from
within.
"1 see the fire coming
through the windows; from un-
der the door and all around."
The woman recalled that
she saw one door open, but
there was no way anyone could
have entered the building since
the flames were raging wildly.
Rose said it could not have
been an electrical fire, since
power was not connected to the
building. Nor could it have been
the stove, since she was not
cooking at that time.
She said there was a wall
lamp illuminating the building.
but it was so firmly secured to
the wall, there was no possibil-
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"And the next thing we see
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Several attempts were made
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Even where water would nor-
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that time when they needed it
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As the fire continued to
rage, all the tearful mother and
her children could have done
was keep a reasonable distance
away from the heat, listen to
the exploding gas cylinder and
watch their gains go up in
flames.
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Guyana,



Chile to I *31-



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issues / t


THE 19th summit of the Rio
Group ended yesterday at the
Guyana International Con-
ference Centre, after delib-
erations and a caucus to chart
a plan for expansion and pres-
ervation of the 20-member
group.
The Government Informa-
tion Agency (GINA) said the
summit was characterized by the
issuance of the Turkeyen Dec-
laration that outlined the major
issues to be addressed to further
development and integration of
the group's members.
The agency said a meeting
between Guyana and Chile high-
lighted the need to advance so-
cial and human issues, specifi-
cally with countries that have
asymmetries and inequalities.
Chile President Michelle
Bachelet, the first female leader


of the country, reported that the
meeting focused on social and
human issues which plague de-
velopment in Latin America and
the Caribbean. President
Bharrat Jagdeo has been advo-
cating for these issues to be ad-
dressed, President Bachelet said.
The Presidents sought com-
monality on how both countries
can collaborate to access funding
for the proposed programmes to
combat the issues identified, the
Chilean President said.
GINA said that ii relation
to CARICOM, President
Bachelet noted that there are
some specific cooperation
programmes ongoing between
Chile and regional bodies.
She noted the interest ex-
pressed by some CARICOM
countries to integrate the Span-
ish language into their societies


CAMPED OUT: waiting for the right moments outside the summit venue yesterday. (Winston Oudkerk photo)


which could boost tourism and
other economical areas.
President Bachelet explained
that last year Chile had started a
pilot programme for 30 teachers
to undergo training in Spanish for
a six- month period.
A programme with the
Organisation of American States
(OAS), CARICOM and Chile is
forthcoming that will result in a
fund being created to propel
economic productivity in
CARICOM countries, Bachelet
said.
The agreements arrived at be-


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derscored the thrust of the Dec-
laration of Turkeyen and the new
objectives outlined by the Heads
of State of the 19th summit of
the Rio Group, the agency said.
The Declaration of
Turkeyen reflected the objec-
tives that have emanated from
the discussions of the National
Coordinators, the Foreign Min-


sisters and ultimately the Heads.
Special emphasis was
placed on social issues, such as
poverty, health and education to
improve the lives of citizens in
member states and advance the
development process.
The importance of strength-
ening relations between Latin
America and the Caribbean was
recognized as a favourable step


towards greater inclusiveness
resulting in a stronger voice at
the global level.
Guyana has relinquished
its chairmanship of the
group to the Dominican Re-
public. whose President stated
that his country would be
happy to hbst the 20th Rio
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Monday March 12


Theme: Respecting Difference Promoting
Understanding

The Commonwealth Youth Programmi Carbbehhn Centre (CYPCC)
will once again be spearheading events in Guyana to mark the
observance of Commonwealth Day. Over the past.few years we
have worked in collaboration with the Government of Guyana and
the Commonwealth nations and agencies with Missions in Guyana
to execute a calendar of events.

The Commonwealth Youth Programme Caribbean Centre takes this
opportunity, to encourage all Guyanese to observe Commonwealth
Day by engaging in community projects, sporting events, storytelling
and other activities that reflect this year's theme.

The public is invited to attend the Interfaith Service on
Commonwealth Day.


Activities Planned:


Monday, March 12


Wednesday, March 14





Saturday, March 17


Interfaith Service at the National
Cultural Centre at 10:00hrs

Launching of essay ard poster
competitions in.coliahnmtinn with
the Ministry of Education

Exhibition for schools at the
Compound of the
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Centre, l-HomestretchAvenue

Interactive Youth Camp at
Diamond Community Centre
Ground in collaboration with the
Ministry of Culture, Youth and
Sports.


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HOLIKA BURNING: at the burning of the Holika last night at the Camptown ground, Campbellville, Georgetown, ahead of today's Phagwah celebrations. (Delano Williams photo)


U.S. ready to approve controversial cow drug


paper

WASHINGTON, (Reuters) -
The U.S. Food and Drug Ad-
ministration may be poised
to approve a controversial an-


tibiotic for cattle despite fears
it could hurt human health,
The Washington Post re-
ported in today's edition.
The drug, called
cefquinome, is a fourth-genera-
tion cephalosporin. a class of


antibiotics used for a range of
human diseases including serious
gastrointestinal diseases in chil-
dren and meningitis.
The fear is that using such
drugs in animals can lead to the
emergence of new drug-resis-


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tant "superbugs" which will be
immune to similar drugs when
used in people.
The overuse of antibiotics
in both humans and animals has
already helped such bacteria
evolve, and infectious disease
experts have been warning doc-
tors to use them more judi-
ciously.
The FDA's own advisors,
the Veterinary Medical Advi-
sory Committee, voiced such
concerns when they voted in
September to reject approval of
ccfquinome by InterVet Inc. of
Millsboro, Del., which makes it.
Yet the Post quoted experts
as saying the FDA was moving
towards approval anyway, over-
riding the advice of the panel, the
American Medical Association
and other health groups.
The Post said the FDA was
being pressured to approve the
drug because of an internal guid-
ance document called "Guidance
for Industry #152" on how to
weigh threats to human health
from proposed new animal


drugs.
It quoted experts saying the
rule makes it difficult for the
FDA to deny a new animal drug
unless it is likely to threaten the
effectiveness of an antibiotic
critical in treating food-borne ill-
ness.
Edward Belongia, an epide-
miologist at the Marshfield
Clinic Research Foundation in
Wisconsin, said that made it dif-
ficult for the FDA to say no to
some drugs, according to the
newspaper.
"The industry says that
'until you show us a direct link
to human mortality from the
use of these drugs in animals,
we don't think you should pre-
clude their use,"' it quoted
Belongia as saying.
"But do we really want to
drive more resistance genes into
the human population? It's
easy to open the barn door, but
it's' hard to close the door once
it's open," he was quoted as
saying.
InterVet developed


cefquinome to treat bovine respi-
ratory disease, the most common
disease in cattle. But more than a
dozen antibiotics are on the mar-
ket for the respiratory syndrome,
and all are still effective.
The disease becomes a prob-
lem for cattle raised on intensive
farms, and when they are packed
into trains for shipment.
In January, New York
Democratic Rep. Louise Slaugh-
ter, a Democrat who chairs the
U.S. House of Representatives
Rules Committee, sent the FDA
a letter asking it not to approve
the drug. She is a microbiolo-
gist.
"Over the past several
years, the integrity of the
FDA's drug review process has
been called into question amid
allegations that your agency has
put the interests of industry
and politics above science,"
Slaughter wrote at the time.
"Given the recent out-
breaks of E. coli and other
food borne illnesses across
the nation, it is hardly the
time to ignore the advice of
scientists, and potentially im-
pair our ability to treat
deadly infections," she wrote.


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THE human mind is never at
rest.
There are external (awake)
and internal (asleep) stimuli.
Within seconds, the mind goes
from one subject to another and
from one level to another. In
wakefulness in human beings,
the thinking power becomes
even more active from
brawn power to brain power.
The term "rationalization"
in the dictionary is often defined
as "reasoning" or "explaining".
This may not be fully correct as
"explaining" may not be the
same as "reasoning".
This paper will define "ra-
tionalizing" as "justifying". Un-
like explaining which may offer
several points of view and ob-
jects, "rationalizing" here is
where the speaker attempts to
justify his own argument or
behaviour. It is therefore not ob-
jective but subjective.
As long as man has had the
ability to reason, from time im-
memorial, he has been using


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reasoning


"Never reason for what you do not
know. If you do you will soon believe
what is utterly against reason."
Ramsay


reasoning to justify his actions.
The basis upon which this is
done is his "ego", his self-pro-
tecting and self-esteem. An in-
dividual has the strong need for
self-preservation. The ego has
been with us and developed
from childhood. Those of us
who are more insecure mpre
have the need to protect that
ego, especially if it had been
abused as a child.
There are three main levels
of rationalization. The first is to
blame others when events go
wrong in our lives. The next is
to blame things and events as-
sociated with the person or the
incident a divorce, failing an
examination, etc. The third is
to blame our self, followed by


guilt.
(a) Blaming others is a way
of protecting the ego. Blaming
the person directly involved is
the first step in failing an exami-
nation; it is the teacher in an ex-
amination; it is the spouse in a
divorce. It is often what he did
or did not error of commis-
sion, error of omission.
(b) While still blaming oth-
ers, there is onset of the next
step. We then tend to blame
things or events associated
with the person or event. In
the case of divorce we may
blame it on financial problems,
in-laws, etc. In case of failing
the examination it may be the
type of test, multiple choice or
essay or matching time to


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study. At this point the mind
goes searching to find reasons
that may be the cause of the
problem. The mind even be-
comes creative in doing so.
This makes the ego feel good
and this matters a great deal, to
alleviate the pain.
(c) The third level is to
search the self to find possible
causes. "Maybe I should
have..." "Maybe I should not
have..." The degree of self-
blame depends on the level of
self-esteem. Those with low
self-esteem tend to dwell more
on the self-blame. This may
reach unhealthy proportions.
Those with strong egos will give
little or no blame to self. A con-
structive and realistic self-ex-


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amination is what is best needed
to deal with any such problem.
While it may be difficult to
change others or the circum-
stances, it may be much easier
to understand ourselves, adapt
or change our perception and
behaviour.
Guilt is often associated
with self-blame. Where it is not
obsession or debilitating, it may
be a good censor to thoughts,
feelings and behaviour that need
examination or change.
When we blame others, we
often look to others who will
support us in our rationaliz-
ing. We tend to turn to close
friends and relatives who may
agree with us even if we are
wrong a principle known
as Groupthink. We then stay


away from those who dis-
agree with us. The rationaliz-
ing then becomes nore in-
grained and others may con-
firm our rationalizing and even
extend it. offering more "good
reason". The more the better.
If we were once in doubt, we
are now convinced inno-
cent or not.
The next step in the pro-
cess is to move to extremes and
even become bitter. In the case
of the examinations we may
drop the course. This may be
even after just one examination.
In the loss of a job, we may
seek revenge of one kind or an-
other. While doing so the ratio-
nalizing continues each step of
the way.
In the constructive self ex-
amination we adapt, adjust and
go on with our lives. In other
instances we become bitter,
hurting ourselves in the form of
heart attack and ulcer. If we
have not adapted, but mal-.
adapted, the bitterness will con-
tinue.
It is always advisable to self
examine and even become aware
of the rationalizing process as a
first step to deal with the prob-
lem.
Each difficult situation in
life should become a learning
experience as we become
more mature and constructive
in dealing with similar or
other problems in the future.


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THE most extreme diagnosis
of Italy's problem was offered
by journalist Peter Popham
in the Independent.
He blamed it all on the
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trol for nearly two millennia."
The trigger for this extraor-
dinary outburst was the week-
long political crisis that nearly
brought down Prime Minister
Romano Prodi's centre-left gov-
ernment, Italy's 61st since the
Second World War. Yet Popham
is not anti-Catholic. It's just
that, like most people who
spend a lot of time in Italy, he
has simultaneously fallen in
love with the country and ut-
terly lost patience with it.
It's an affliction he shares
with a great many Italians: no
country except Argentina
spends more time debating what
is wrong with it. He blamed the
Vatican on this occasion because
the crisis was provoked by a
government plan to legalise
"civil unions" (marriages by an-
other name) even for gays,
which greatly annoyed the
Catholic Church. But it's more
complicated than that.
The vote that Prodi's govern-
ment lost was actually on a pro-
posal to leave 1,900 Italian troops
in Afghanistan until 2011 and to
double the size of an American
military base outside Vicenza.
Both projects are very unpopu-
lar in Italy, but they were part of
the deal that created the nine-
party coalition behind Prodi's
government, and only two sena-
tors from the far left.defected in
the key vote on 21 February.
The government would still
have won the vote if senator-for-
life Giulio Andreotti had not un-
expectedly voted against it. But
the 87-year-old Andreotti,
seven times prime minister and
often known as the "Prince of
Darkness," is a strong supporter
of NATO and the American al-
liance, so why would he vote
against that bill? Because it was
going to be so close that his sur-
prise "no" vote could bring
Prodi's government down.
Why would he want to do
that? Andreotti has always been
very close to both the Catholic
Church and the Mafia, but on
this occasion it was the former


tie that mattered. The Vatican
wanted to kill the "civil union"
proposal, which required killing
Prodi's government. Andreotti
just seized the opportunity that
presented itself. It worked, too:
a week later Prodi managed to re-
vive his coalition government, but
this time their agreed programme
does not include the "civil union"
project.
The normally judicious Pe-
ter Popham was so irked by this
that he implicitly compared the
Pope to Hitler, but it is non-
sense to blame all of Italy's ills
on the Vatican. The Catholic
Church used to have huge clout
in Italian politics, but that is be-
cause almost all Italians used to
be devout Catholics. It's still a
bit weird to have a tiny sover-
eign state ruled by a foreigner in
the middle of your own capital
city, but the Vatican today has
no more influence on politics in
Italy than the evangelical
churches have in the United
States. (But no less, either.)
Most Italians would agree
that there is something wrong
with their country, but it's not the
ChurCh that bothers them. The
stagnant economy makes matters
worse even Spain will over-
take Italy in per capital income in
a couple of years but there is
an underlying sense of frustration
that permeates Italian life.
The Byzantine bureaucracy
and the ubiquitous corruption
are a big part of the problem.
Getting a job usually depends
on what group, party or family
you belong to, not on your abili-
ties, which is hugely frustrating.
The core problem is that
Italy is not really a modern so-
ciety at all.
For almost forty years af-
ter 1945, while the rest of Eu-
rope was growing and changing
very fast, Italy grew but didn't
change, because politics and all
of society were frozen in a
deeply conservative and pro-
foundly corrupt pattern. In or-
der to keep the huge Commu-
nist party from winning power


and taking Italy out of NATO,
the Christian Democratic party
had to be kept in power perma-
nently and it was, thanks to
foreign money and foreign intel-
ligence services, to its alliance
with the Catholic Church, and
to its other alliance with the
Mafia.
That system ended fifteen
years ago when the Christian
Democrats imploded in a bliz-
zard of corruption scandals and
Communism simultaneously
went out of fashion, but Italians
have a lot of lost time to make
up.
Moreover, the decision to
swap the lira for the euro was a
disaster for Italy, because it lost
the ability to remain competi-
tive by continually devaluing its
currency. Italian politics are still
poisonous, the justice system is
a joke, and the efforts at reform
are endlessly sabotaged by the
beneficiaries of the current state
of affairs.
But that is about what
you'd expect at this stage of the
process of modernisation, be-
cause it IS a process, and it
takes time. Spain is about
thirty years into a similar pro-
cess, dating from the death of
Franco and the end of fascism,
and it is thriving at every level.
Italy is fifteen years in, and feel-
ing the strain. But it will prob-
ably get there in the end.
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London-based independent
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8th Business Forum of



Greater Caribbean to support



trade among ACS countries


By Ruben Silie


SINCE its inception, the As-
sociation of Caribbean States
(ACS) has placed emphasis
on the issue of trade as one
of the more dynamic themes,
and in fact, it can be said that
the initial leitmotif that en-
couraged the countries of the
region to come together un-
der this scheme was precisely
the issue of trade.
Nevertheless, the countries
comprising the ACS have been
restricted in the advancement of
negotiations to establish their
own trade area, since each
group of countries comes from
a very specific trade tradition,
which to some extent, having
operated in a particular way for
so many years, limits their pos-
sibilities of opening up to new
markets, even if it is with their
closest neighbours on the lit-
toral.
For historic reasons, the
earliest trade links were con-
fined to direct relationships
with the metropolises, which is
understandable given the mo-
nopolistic and concentration
mechanisms applied during this
period of Caribbean history.
However, that initial stage, led
by European countries, was fol-
lowed by the predominance of
the United States of America
over any other trade destination.
That northern power's domi-
nance explains why trade with
and from the United States ac-
counts for approximately eighty
per cent of total trade within the
region.
It could be said that the
Caribbean has always (though
not entirely) been under the


control of one authority or an-
other, commercially speaking.
Its political independence has
not allowed the region to redi-
rect the focus of its trade rela-
tions from a perspective that re-
flects its own interests and the
interests of its neighbours.
The link with the North
American market is so strong
for ACS countries that the fluc-
tuations in their own market
follow the demand generated in
the North.
At the core of all of this is
the regional economic
liberalisation process in which
international organizations
played a crucial role, with the
International Monetary Fund
and the World Bank leading the
structural adjustment
programmes that give a new
shape to our countries' econo-
mies and trade schemes.
However, the mechanism of
subjection of these economies
to the United States economy
does not function solely because
of geopolitical reasons (al-
though this factor lies at the
heart of the current hegemonic
scheme), but it also influences
a clearly defined policy regard-
ing differential treatment for ex-
ports from that group of coun-
tries.
It must be borne in mind
that the numerical growth of the
Greater Caribbean diaspora in
the territory of the United
States of America is seen as a
new factor for attracting ex-
ports toward that country. This
is influenced by the growing
demands for ethnic products by
the migrant population in that
country, as well as by the fi-
nancial sector that is becoming


stronger as a result of remit-
tances.
When the governments de-
cided to come together in the
ACS, they thought that this as-
sociation could serve as a
mechanism to give a new direc-
tion to their trade relations, giv-
ing greater consideration to the


interest of the countries within
the group, or at least reversing
the historically inherited order.
With respect to increasing
intra-ACS trade flows, one of
the initiatives undertaken has
been the Business Forum of the
Greater Caribbean, whose eighth
instalment will be held in


The Greater

Caribbean This Week


March, in Panama City,
Panama.
The Business Forum of the
Greater Caribbean has undoubt-
edly played a proactive role,
seeking to create a business en-
vironment that would help im-
prove the competitiveness of
the companies belonging to
ACS states, regardless of each
state's level of development or
export strategies. Every year,
business meetings are held as


part of the activities developed
during the said forum and they
have been giving entrepreneurs
an opportunity to expand their
businesses and make them grow.
The statistics from recent fo-
rums have proven this and com-
panies are deciding more and
more to exhibit their products at
that event, which has facilitated
the insertion of new products

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killed in bus accident


A PROMINENT senior citi-
zen was yesterday morning
tragically killed after being
struck down by a speeding
mini-bus at the corner of
Fern Drive and Aubrey
Barker Road, South
Ruimveldt Park, Georgetown.
Dead is Ernest Fitzroy
Barrington, 72, of Lot 80 South
Ruimveldt Park.
The retired Chief Manage-
ment Services Officer of the
Public Service Ministry died
about an hour and a half later at
the Georgetown Public Hospi-
tal Corporation (GPHC).
His wife, Mrs. Doreen
Barrington. said he suffered
brain damage. broken ribs. ex-
cessive internal bleeding, among
other injuries.


Also injured in the accident
was Barrington's son, Adee, 37,
who was with him at the time.
He was examined and sent
home, but is being monitored
closely by his mother, a retired
Health Officer.
Witnesses said the younger
Barrington who was accompa-
nying his father to Blue Moun-
tain Road, North Ruimveldt, af-
ter being hit by the mini-bus,
was hurled through the air and
thrown about six feet away
from the point of impact.
He sustained no broken
bones, but suffered concussions
and was late yesterday still in a
state of shock and denial.
Mrs. Barrington told the
Sunday Chronicle the accident
occurred about 08:30h. a lew


(From page 13)
into other international markets.
Yet another beneficial result of the forum,
and one that we must emphasise, is the par-
ticipation of international presenters, who de-
velop relevant topics regarding international
trade. As high level professionals, they pro-
vide an up to date tool with their knowledge
on the issue. This is highly useful for entre-
preneurs who are developing their skills on
how markets operate in the Greater Caribbean
region.
Without a shadow of a doubt, the experi-
ences gained in previous forums have allowed
us to deepen the understanding of this new
"business culture", and the ACS Secretariat


minutes after her hu
son had left home.
She said it was he
to take her husband
Blue Mountain Roa
distance away, with
car. However, since s
quite ready when h
leave the house, he w
that he'd walk over
their son accompany
The distraught v
that around 08:30h, sl
a phone call from so
Aubrey Barker Road,
her that her husband
hit down and was lyi
less on the road, and t
had also been injured
She said the inform
received was that her h
son were about to cr


therefore recognizes that the expansion and
strengthening of trade relations among the
countries of the region require actions that go
beyond market access. Thus, it is imperative
for contact to be established between the so-
cial and political actors, which for us, is the
fastest way to increase knowledge among
them, this being the best approach toward
overcoming the stereotypes that still hinder
spontaneous rapprochement among Caribbean
people.
(** Dr. Ruben Silie Valdez is the Sec-
retary General of the Association of Car-
ibbean States. The views expressed are not
necessarily the official views of the ACS.
Feedback can be sent to: mail@acs-
aec.org)


isband and Barker Road when an approach-
ing mini-bus stopped, gave a sig-
er intention nal and allowed them to pass.
I across to However, another mini-bus
ad, a short coming from behind overtook
the family the parked bus and ploughed
;he was not into the two men attempting to
e about to cross the thoroughfare.
'as decided Mrs. Barrington said the
* and have men were taken to hospital by
him. the driver of the bus that caused
vidow said the accident.
he received She said that when she ar-
omeone on rived at the hospital, her husband
, informing was still conscious and spoke
1 had been with her, but that was not for too
ng motion- long. The injuries were too se-
hat her son vere and he was bleeding badly.
The doctors did their best.
rmation she she agreed; he was given oxygen.
husband and but died soon after.
oss Aubrey Ernest Fitzroy Barrington.
his wife recalled, served his
country faithfully in many ca-


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pacities within the gov-
ernment service.
In the 1950s he
worked as a teacher at
Uitvlugt, West Coast
Demerara and later mi-
grated to the United
Kingdom.
He returned to
Guyana in the 1970s
and took up an appoint-
ment with the Regional
Administration at
Matthew's Ridge in Re-
gion One (Barima/
Waini). He was also on
the team named to set
up the Guyana National
Service in the 1970s.
His wife said he
later worked with the
Office of the President;
the Guyana Electricity
Corporation and the National


DEAD: Ernest
Fitzroy Barrington


Treasury before finally being
appointed Chief Management
Officer of the Public Service
Ministry.
He leaves to mourn his
wife Doreen; two daughters
Dawne and Soyini of Canada
and one son, Adee, of
Guyana.




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Cop on duty


accidentally shot
A MEMBER of a Police Tactical Services Unit patrol was
yesterday accidentally shot while on duty along Regent
Street, in the vicinity of the City Mall.
Around 10:45h. Police Constable Ron Peters, 19, of Lot
225 'C' Field, Sophia, Georgetown, was on duty with another
rank when the colleague's weapon an MP5 rifle acciden-
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Public Justice


PEACE is simply defined as
"freedom from war or strife".
Technically, peace in this
sense can be imposed by the
sword or the barrel of a gun.
Marxist and totalitarian govern-
ments have managed to have
"peace" for years. Yet the col-
lapse of Marxism in 1989
showed that coercion will not
bring peace or sustainable devel-
opment. A structure for growth
and social development must be
in place that will allow for a rea-
sonable degree of freedom and
justice.
The Biblical foundation for
social peace is justice. This di-
vine concern is so serious that
in the Old Testament, the word
Justice and related terms are


used about 500 times and about
200 times in the New Testa-
ment. It is not easy to define
Justice, but its essence can be
inferred from the Old Testament
concept of lex talionis or the fa-
mous "eye for an eye, tooth for
a tooth" dictum (Ex. 21:24).
The term justice "suggests
primarily man's conduct to-
wards others, especially in mat-
ters of legal or personal rights".
(Carl F.H. Henry, God, Revela-
tion and Authority).
It is external. It deals with
laws governing relationship and
the use or things that order life
in society. God insists that gov-
ernors are to rule with justice
(Ps.89:14). Such a command is
not a contradiction to His na-


ture as merciful.
Justice has three essential di-
mensions. Firstly, it deals with
equitable and fair legislation for
every one. This is important for
evangelicals to note, since in a
pluralistic society, the challenge
is that one has no legal right to
impose his religion on others.
How then can evangelicals be
faithful to the command of evan-
gelizing the lost and at the same
time observe the command to do
justice?
Firstly, the Christian should
so live their lives by both word
and deed in a way that pro-
motes a process of inculturating
Christian values in society. The
attempt must not be to demon-
ize or discriminate against oth-


ers on the basis of their religion.
To do this would be promoting
the very injustice Christ abhors.
Rather the focus should be on
living the Christian life so effec-
tively that those who are oth-
erwise persuaded will be con-
verted, not by unjust force, but
by our Christ likeness.
Secondly, the Christian leg-
islator must seek the denomina-
tors of common grace for all
mankind and ground their ac-
tions on them. The second di-
mension of justice is that it is
concerned with remedy. Due
process is crucial in administer-
ing justice. If the remedial pro-
cess is violated, then there can
be no ample protection for the
rights of a person.
The penal code of a nation
may consider rape as a crime
but if a poor victim has no
means to hire or avail the ser-
vices of a good lawyer, or if the
accused has the means to bribe


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a judge, then there will be a mis-
carriage of justice. The crucial
question then would be: Is the
remedy available and affordable
to the poorest of the poor? If
this is not the case, then that so-
ciety is unjust. God commands
that justice be given to the af-
flicted and to slaves (Job 36:6;
1 Chr. 18:4).
Thirdly, justice includes
penalty. For justice to exist, the
penalty of law must be equally


I applied to the guilty,
whether he/she is rich or
Spoor, and not dependent
on whom one knows or
does not know. Moreover,
it must be;commensurate
to the offence.
It must also be noted
that because God requires
everything to be just, then
justice is a standard which
IwS can be applied not only to
people. Even weights and
measures must be just, i.e., they
must be fair (Lev.19:36).
The responsibility to do
justice is not only for
evangelicals. It is for all of us
who are God's creation. If we
as sons and daughters of
Guyana do not give justice to
our own people, we cannot ex-
pect foreigners to give justice to
our people in the Diaspora.
Charity and justice begin
at home.


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BRAZIL President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva surrounded by media personnel after the summit yesterday


'Altime to share

Reepu Daman Persaud
PRESIDENT of the Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha, Pandit
Reepu Damnan Persaud, in his Phagwah message, said the
festival is "truly a time to share in the true spirit of Sewa
and wherever there is hate replace it with love and take
all steps necessary to reconcile differences and construct
a united society."
"Holi transcends all barriers. There is complete equality.
The Rantg or colours which smear us and make us virtually uni-
dentifiabl4, removing every distinction even between Kings and
subjects, emphasise the oneness of humanity or the famous
Hindu perception Vasudeva Kutumbakam Humanity is one
family", said.
Mr. Persaud noted that an air of joy pervades the home
and the family at this time with children touching the feet of
their parents, spraying them with perfume and placing Abrak
and powder on their faces and squirting on their clothing Abeer
or coldured liquid.
"Parents bless their children and wish them not only Holika
Shubh Kaamnanyea, but a bright and prosperous future. Greet-
ings are extended to relatives and friends squirting abeer and
powdering them."
Persaud stressed that Holi does not license anyone to reck-"
lessly and wantonly drench passers-by or to barge into people's
homes and splash water on'the occupants
"These acts are against the spirit of our lovely Holi festival
and should not form part of the Phagwah celebration.
Celebrate and do so happily but do remember the sig-
nificance of the festival which spends a clear signal of re-
spect for human rights so bravely fought for and won by
Prahalad."


DELEGATES at yesterday's summit
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Sunrise: 14-01-1953
Sunset: 01-03-2005


As we cuddled that snowy morning saying "Goodbye" for the day
:' L little did we know that it was going to be our last on earth
S Those evil hands that snatched you from us rejoiced
But they must remember that judgement day will come
S Yes dear, they :ook your precious life, but not your love and memories
They broke our hearts but not our spirits
They shattered our hopes and dreams but not our courage
Yes, it hurts to lose you dear, but you did not go alone, for a part of us went with you
In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same
SAnd though we cannot see you, we always feel'you byo ur sides
This we know is true when the future seems dark andlonely i '
This parting is unbearable and the tears flow
We always hear you say "Don't cry dear, I am hire by your side", giving us the strength and
courage to carry on. You sheltered andprotected us you were our earthly God
S You toiled so tirelessly for us and gave us so much love and happiness,never asking for anything in '
return. Yes dear, you did the best for us while you lived and in death you guide us to do the same
It has been two years since our family chain was broken
By those evil hands and our life is not the same. Living without you is the hardest thing we have to do
..T' hank you dear God for those precious and loving years
We shared with him and we pray you keep him safe and happy unfil you link our family again '
We love you dearly dad .
Rest in peace my love .
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Forever loved and remembered by our sorrowing wife Karmin, , .
/ sons Vishal and Nishal and daughters-in-law Subrina and .
Samanta.
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ly of 89 Carnett Street, Lamaha Gardens
em, Rupununi, former student of School of
the Nations.


If roses grow in heave, Lord.please pick a bunch for us
Place them in our brother's arms and tell him they're from-us
Tell him we love and miss him and when he turns to smile
Place a kiss upon his cheeks, and hold him for a while
Because remembering him, is easy, we do it everyday
But there's an ache within our hearts
Because we are missing him so much today

Sadly missed and remembered by your mom Linda,
sisters Natasha and Rubeina, brothers-in-law John and
Kenrick, nephew Julius, nieces Reanna, Rennata and
Jonell, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

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Bush gets first-hand look at tornado damage


By Tabassum Zakaria

ENTERPRISE, Ala., (Reuters)
- President George W. Bush
got a first-hand look yester-
day at the damage from
deadly tornadoes in the U.S.
South, saying that while
buildings could be rebuilt the
biggest impact was shattered
lives.
Bush, who was heavily
criticized for his
administration's slow re-
sponse to Hurricane Katrina
in 2005, got a view of the re-
gion by helicopter and walked
over glass-strewn rubble at
Enterprise High School where
eight students were killed
when the storms struck on
Thursday.
Enterprise was in the area of


Alabama that was hardest hit by
tornadoes that killed at least 20
people in three states 10 in
Alabama, nine in Georgia, and
one in Missouri. Hundreds of
houses were destroyed or badly
damaged.
"Today I have walked
through devastation that is hard
to describe," Bush said after
touring the school, including the
hallway where the students
were killed.
He pointed to the twisted
metal remains of the science
wing where 100 students were
trapped but survived. "One
hundred kids got out of here
alive, which is a miracle," he
said.
Bush then flew to the town
of Americus, Georgia, where he
hugged and chatted with resi-


dents gathered outside a house
where two people were killed.
A school bus with its win-
dows shattered stood on the
side of the street, where trees
still lay on top of houses and
yards were strewn with bricks,
glass and wooden planks, testi-
fying to the storm's power.
"The roof came off, the ceil-
ing is coming down, the tree is
down, all the windows and ev-
erything is broken," said Tamiko
Blanks, a resident on the street.

'NEW FEMA'
Bush approved a disaster
declaration for the county where
Enterprise is located, which al-
lows victims to apply for up to
$28,200 in federal assistance per
household.
His visit came on the heels


A tornado caused severe damage in the town of Enterprise, Alabama.



MINISTRY OF HEALTH


HEALTH SECTOR DEVELOPMENT UNIT


VACANCIES

1. Technical Support Officers Management Information Systems Unit
The Technical Support Officer is responsible for maintaining the computer and
communication infrastructure of the Ministry and for providing technical end-user
support for infrastructure services and applications.


2. Network Administrator- Management Information Systems Unit
The Network Administrator ensures the integrity of the Ministry's network and
provides daily troubleshooting and support in designing. installing. inaiitaining
and monitoring of the communication, connectivity, and security and access
issues that are associated with the computer and communication infrastrlucture.
technologies and services for the Ministry of Health.

3. Programmer Analyst / Database Administrator Management
Information Systems Unit

The ProgrammerAnalyst/Database Administrator perforiis s siems n an applica;llons
anal sis. design. and programming to produce sohllions to ;allon)!l lioli and ilniiior;alion
rcquircicents. as li as installalion. imainlenaclie. nd cusltomin sof ae a- plicationi. user





wit'- o ip elt -.ai. ( i Cisjc i bc ,iphfed I'oni aiid apt eh ioni!;dd esied i0

The Execitive Dlirector
Health Sector Development I nit
GPIIC Comp ound(
East Street
Georgctoti n
Tel. Nos (592) 226-6222/226-2425
Fax No. (592) 225-6559

Onh sliorl-lisled applica;n!s \ il! b, alniioV Icdldedi2 Closing dale for;Ipplica iolIis iS Nl;a
!,)I .2"';t ? .


of a trip to the Gulf Coast on
Thursday to check on rebuild-
ing efforts in the area devastated
by Hurricane Katrina.
David Paulison, director of
the Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency which was criti-
cized for its response to
Katrina, said it was important
to assess the tornado damage
quickly to make sure that local
and state governments were not
overwhelmed in trying to cope
with the disaster.
Paulison said he had called
state officials shortly after the
tornadoes struck, started mov-
ing in truckloads of supplies
and communications equipment


immediately, and had teams on
the ground just a few hours af-
ter the storms hit.
"That's the new FEMA,"
Paulison told reporters aboard
Air Force One en route to Ala-
bama from Washington. "The
system we used in the past,
waiting for a local community
to become overwhelmed before
the state steps in, and waiting
for the state to become over-
whelmed before the federal gov-
ernment steps in, doesn't
work."
Bush received a briefing on
the Alabama tornado damage
when he arrived and called on
Americans to contribute to


GAWU message
"IT'S the annual semi-reli- mism whilst regarding the reli-
gious event again. Hindus gious mythologies surrounding
primarily join with nature to the historic event.
welcome spring after the rela- Mankind in all societies
tive gloom of the previous need hope to sustain life
winter, amidst the challenges of con-
The colours, the splendour flict, crime, disease, natural di-
and liveliness of spring induce sister and poverty. Holi offers
devotees to disregard status and this hope on the often-present
social norms as they employ horizon.
water, abeer and coloured pow- The Phagwah legend tells
ders to celebrate life. of Prahalad believing in the eter-
'he Guyana Agricultural nal God, Vishnu, much to the
and General Workers Union displeasure of his father an evil
(GAWU) joins with the Hindu king. The father and king chal-
community as it involves all lenged Prahalad the son to sit
Guyana to observe and cel- on a blazing fire alongside the
ebrate the festival of Holi wicked Aunt Holika.
commonly called Phagwah here. She was burnt as Prahalad
GAWU wishes to celebrate survived. GAWU hopes that
the festival's hope and opti- Guyana survives the fire and


funds like the Red Cross which
will help the victims of the
storms. He later met with fami-
lies of the victims.
The tornadoes came just a
month after a tornado killed
about 20 people in central
Florida.
The height of the tornado
season in the United States
does not begin until May, but
winter tornadoes are com-
mon in years which experi-
ence the El Nino phenom-
enon an unusual warming
of Pacific waters that can
bring torrential rain to some
parts of the globe and ex-
treme drought to others.


heat of political and economic
challenges and sabotage.
GAWU sees the glorious,
inclusive festival of Holi usher-
ing in the reality of a 'new' ci,-
hanced city of some standards.
This season of Phagwah
also offers a threshold for new
economic activities in construc-
tion, hospitality and tourism-re-
lated employment and the hope
of oil exploration, among other
exciting events.
The Holi month of course,
is the month of Cricket World
Cup 2007 with all the possi-
bilities which the world's third
largest sporting event offer.
Many of GAWU's mem-
bership are participants in
the annual festival. The
union wishes them and all
Guyana a joyous Phagwah
free from conflict and any-
thing negative."


NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL &

COMMERCIAL INVESTMENTS LTD

Tenders are hereby invited from among members of the Public to purchase the
following vehicles "as is and where is".

One (1) Toyola Carina (AT 192) PGG 1364
One (1) To ota (Land Cruiser) PDD 2762
One (1) Toyota Corona (ST 190) PGG 9068

Tenderers or their representati es can inspect these vehicles at NICIL's Office. 126
Barrack Street. Kingston. Georgetow n: during normal w working hours. betn ecn
Monday to Friday.

If a Tenderer w ishes to submit bids for more than oe of these \ chiles advertised
herein. each bid must be subnitecd in a scparatc eni\ ope ,1with the description of the
\ chicle clear sealed on lthe o1p right-hand corner of the em elope

Succiessul Tenderers nuisl be read\ aund\ idlling to e\ccite atreements of sale and
complete ihc sale transactions \ illn se\.'n (7) da\ s of a notiice of tli a;arid.
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S126 B3arr;ick ',Ircct
K ingston. Gcorigco\ n
Tel: 225-6339
Fax 22,-,42t


Not Iiter than Mlarch 23, 2007 at 14:00 hours

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PPP Phagwah message

"THE People's Progressive Party (PPP) extends best wishes to Guyanese in general
and the Hindu community in particular on the festive occasion of Phagwah.
Phagwah is one of the most popular festivals in our country and has added to the rich
cultural diversity of Guyana.
Its message of the victory of good over evil is one of hope for all those struggling to
overcome obstacles towards social, economic and political progress.
As we celebrate Phagwah this year, let us rejoice in our significant achievements as a coun-
try.
Let us also rededicate ourselves to uprooting the evils of crime and corruption and other
evils that still persist.
We have no doubt that our work for peace, progress and prosperity will triumph
and our people will have a better future."






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

The Cooperative Republic of Guyana has received financing from the World Bank
towards the fight against HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control. It is intended that part of
the proceeds of this financing will be applied to eligible payments under the contract
for minor civil works.

1. The Government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana invites sealed bids
from eligible contractors for the construction of the following Voluntary
Counselling and Testing Site:

I. The Rehabilitation of Voluntary Counselling and Testing Site,
Den Amstel Health Centre, Den Amstel, W.C.D, Region 3

2. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information for. and inspect the
bidding documents at the following address from 09:00 h to 15:00 h:

The Civil Works Department
The Health Sector Development Unit
GPHC Compound, East Street
Georgetown, Guyana
Tel: (592) 225-3470
Fax: (592) 225-6559

3. A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interested
bidders on submission of a payment of a non-refundable fee of $G5.000. The
method of payment will be by company or manager's cheque. The bidding
document may be uplifted at the above address at time ofpayment.

4. Bids must be delivered in envelopes to the following address and clearly marked:

WORLD BANK HIV/AIDS PREVENTIONAND CONTROL PROJECT
GRANT# HO79-0-GUA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
HEALTH SECTOR DEVELOPMENT UNIT
Construction ofVCT Site DenAmstel Health Centre

Attn: The Chairman
National Board of Procurement and TenderAdministration
Ministry of Finance
Main and Urquhart Sts.
Georgetown, Guyana

5. Valid compliance certificates must accompany bids from the Guyana
Revenue Authority (GRA) and the National Insurance Scheme (NIS),
Guyana.

6. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of 2.0% of the bid price.

7. All Bids must be deposited in the Tender Box in sealed envelopes at the National
Board of Procurement and Tender Administration. Ministry of Finance,
Main and Urquhart Streets. Georgetown. Guyana, not later than 09:00h on
Tuesday. April 3. 2007. The bids must be addressed to the Chairman. National
Board of Procurement and Tender Administration and marked on the top right-
hand corner of the envelope "the name of the program and the description of
the bid. including the words 'do not open before Tuesday. April 3. 2007'.

8. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidder's representatives and anyone who
chooses to attend at Ministry ofFinance on Apil 3.2007 at 09:00 h.

The purchaser is not responsible for bids not received thereof on or before the time
specified for the reception of bids. Late bids will be rejected and retu rned unopened.


"THE People's National Congress Reform (PNCR) expresses sincere good wishes to the
Hindu community of Guyana in particular, and Guyanese in general, on the auspicious
occasion of the celebration of the festival of Phagwah in Guyana.
As the celebrated Indian National Kulapati Vani wrote many years ago, "festivals are gather-
ings for refreshing the spirit and enjoying life". We urge all Guyanese to use this occasion to re-
fresh their spirit and enjoy life, and to participate fully in this colourful festival and enjoy the rich
elements of our religious and cultural diversity.
We are conscious, also, that our spirits are becoming increasingly sullen and sour in the brood-
ing darkness that now engulfs our land. Violent crime, pervasive joblessness, creeping despotism,
and deepening poverty, stalk our land; partisanship, discrimination and executive lawlessness com-
pound bad governance; our economy and society are in tatters and our nation can only see dark
clouds on the horizon.
We are heartened, however, by the true meaning of this festival which has not only a secular
significance of fertility, rebirth, renewal and regeneration, but an important religious moral. The
religious significance of Holi lies in the conquest of good over evil, manifested in the destruction
by PHAHALADA of his demonic father KING HIRHNYAKASHIPU.
Several demons are now abroad in our embattled land, and as we urge the Guyanese
people to appreciate the spiritual significance in this festival, we also urge them to brace
themselves against the many evils that are in our midst and resolve, at this juncture, to
take steps to end these calamities that now bedevil our country.
AGAIN HAPPY HOLI TO ALL GUYANESE."
r--------------------------*
II
Remember the poor
I
C.N. Sharma
LEADER C.N. Sharma and executive member of the Justice for all Party has joined in
I extending joyous Holi greetings to the entire nation.
At this time when Hindus celebrate their New Year, he said people should herald the
event with remembering the poor and the unfortunate.
According to Mr. Sharma, the triumph of good over evil in the saga of Prahalad over his
father King Hiranyakashipu proves that God is watching over us.
He said the entire nation must unite at this time when good triumphs over evil
Sand help to eradicate the problems faced by the nation.
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The following are matters which are recommended for
bringing to the notice of the Public as often as possible.

(1) No contributions should be deducted from the wages/salaries
of insured persons under 16 years or 60 years and over.
However, the employer must still pay 1.53% of the employee's
insurable earnings to cover them for industrial benefits.

(2) If an insured person is working for more than one employer in
any period, arrangements must be made for the Principal
Employer to be responsible for deducting and remitting NIS
contributions on behalf of the employee.

(3) BEWARE of the contribution schedule used .to remit
contributions for the weekly or monthly paid employees. It
does make a difference to the number of contributions
awarded.

(4) If a monthly employee works for a period that is less than the full
month, the period worked within the month must be stated.

(5) If you receive an annual contribution statement where your
social security number is incorrect, that is, the number begins
with the letter Z or I or otherwise does not agree with the
number on the Social Security Card in your possession, you
have a registration problem and need to contact the nearest
NIS Office to resolve it.

(6) Any person who knowingly make a false statement or false
representation for the purpose of obtaining any payment for
himself or for some other person under the National Insurance
and Social Security Act, 1969, or produces or furnishes any
document or information which 3 knows to be false in a
material particular, renders hims( 7 liable to prosecution.











Channel 46

08:00 h- Music Video
08:30 h- Sanford & Son
09:00 h Movie
11:00 h- FBI Files
12:00h Music Video
14:00 h-Travelers Extreme -
Live
15:00 h Football
17:00 h- Movie
19:00 h- Oldies are Goldies -
Live
20:00 h Khan's Family time
20:30 h Movie

NCN INC. CHANNEL 11

02:00 h NCN 6 0 Clock
News Magazine (R/B)
03:00 h Movie
05:00 h Mystery of the Body
05:30 h Newtown Gospel /z2
Hour
06:00 h NCN 6 O Clock
News Magazine
07:00 h Voice of Victory
07:30 h Assembly of Prayer
08:00 h Lifting Guyana to
Greatness
08:30 h Vat & You
09:00 h Anmol Geet
10:00 h The RIO Summit
11:00 h Phagwah Service
12:00 h Phagwah Special
13:00 h -Phagwah Celebrations
14:00 h Clairan's In Style
14:30 h Catholic Magaziie
15:00 h Grow with IPED
16:00 h VAT and You
16:30 h Family Forum


17:00 h Lutheran Men's
Fellowship
17:30 h Guysuco Round Up
18:00 h NCN Week In
Review
19:00 h Close Up
20:00 h Kala Milan
21:00 h Classic Movie The
Harder they Fall

NTN Channel 18

05:00 h Sign On
05:10 h Meditation
05:30 h Quran This Morning
06:00 h R. Gossai General
Store presents Phagwah
Bhajans
06:15 h Jettoo's Lumber Yard


presents Phagwah Bhajans
06:45 h Ma Ki Amrit Shakti
Chowtal Singing
07:00 h Ramroop's Furniture
Store presents Religions
Teachings
07:30 h C. Dookie & Sons
presents Phagwah Bhajans
07:45 h Annandale Kali Devi
Shakti Mandir
08:05 h Sa Re Ga Ma
(Musical Notes)
09:00 h Phagwah Greetings
09:35 h Paul's Importer
Distributor presents Shree
Ganesh
10:15 h Special Phagwah
programme with Mona
12:15 h Phagwah Greetings


EiRI. WATCH. I


For Sunday, March 4,2007 -14:30h
For Monday, March 5, 2007 -05:30h
For Tuesday, March 6, 2007 -05:30h

For Ocean Going Vessels opening lasts about 1-1'hrs

PEDiES .RI .ANONT
SfIT ON BRIDGETn RAILS^^


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THE GLOBAL FUND TO PREVENT HIVIAIDS, MALARIA & TUBERCULOSIS
GRANT# GYA-304-GI0-H
MINISTRY OF HEALTH


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The Cooperative Republic of Guyana has received financing from The Global
Fund the fight HIV/AIDS, Malaria& Tuberculosis. It is intended that part of the
proceeds of this financing will be applied to eligible payments under the
contract for minor civil works.
1. The Government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana now invites
sealed bids from eligible contractors for the construction of the
following site:
i. Rehabilitation of facilities-New Opportunity Corps,
Suddie, Region No. 2.
2. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information for, and
inspect the bidding documents at: the following address from 09:00
hrs to 15:00 hrs.
The Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture
Attention: Permanent Secretary, Mr. K. Booker
Quamina Street
Georgetown, Guyana
Tel: (592) 226-8542
3. A complete set of bidding document in English may be purchased by
interested bidders on submission of a payment of a non refundable fee of
$G5,000 for each site mentioned above. The method of payment will be
by cheque. The document may be uplifted at the above address at time of
payment.
4. Site visits for the New Opportunity Corps, Region No. 2. will be
confirmed at a later date.
5. Bids must be delivered in envelopes to the following address and
clearly r larked:
THE GLOBAL FUND TO PREVENT HIVIAIDS, MALARIA &
TUBERCULOSIS
GRANT# GYA-304-G01-H
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Renovation and Upgrading of sites ( inclusive of identifying the
individual site)
Attn: The Chairman
National Procurement and Tender Administration Board
Ministry of Finance
Main and Urquhart Sts.
Georgetown, Guyana
6. Valid compliance certificates must accompany bids from the
Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) and the National Insurance Scheme
(NIS), Guyana.
7. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of 2.0% of the bid
price.
8. All Bids must be deposited in the Tender Box in sealed envelopes at
the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board, Ministry
of Finance, Main and Urquhart Streets, Georgetown, Guyana, no later
than 9:00 am on Tuesday, April 3, 2007. The bids must be addressed to
the Chairman, National Procurement and Tender Administration Board and
marked on the top right-hand comer of the envelope "the name of the
programme and the description of the bid, including the words 'do not
open before Tuesday, April 3,2007.
9. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidder's representatives and
anyone who chooses to attend at Ministry of Finance on April 3,2007 at
9.00am.

The purchaser is not responsible for bids notreceived thereof on or
before the time specified for the reception of bids. Late bids will be
rejected and returned unopened.


3/3/2007, 9:01 PM


MINISTRY OF HEALTH
HEALTH SECTOR DEVELOPMENT UNIT
HIV/AIDS PREVENTION & CONTROL PROJECT
IDA GRANT #H079-0-GUA
REQUEST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES
CAPACITY BUILDING
FOR NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

Scope of Work:
To work on a part-time basis with the Health Sector Development Unit to
provide capacity building services to targeted Civil Society Organisations in
the following areas:

* Leadership and Governance
* Results-Based Management
* Resource Mobilisation & Sustainability

The capacity building work will involve fonnal training sessions and
participatory on-site training.

Place of Work:

Regions 2 -7, 10

Qualifications, Experience, Skills and Abilities:

S BSc in Social Sciences
S At least three years experience working with non-governmental
organizations in capacity building
S Experience conducting training workshops
S Good interpersonal and communication skills
S Knowledge of donor procedures and policies would be an asset

Main Responsibilities:
* Work with the Civil Society Coordinator and Implementing Partners
funded under the Guyana HIV/ AIDS Prevention & Control Project

Application must include a detailed Curriculum Vitae or Resume.
Terms of Reference (TORs) can be uplifted from and application addressed to
the
Executive Director
Health Sector Development Unit
GPHC Compound
East Street
Georgetown
Tel. Nos (592) 226-6222/226-2425
Fax No. (592) 225-6559

Only shortly isted applicants will be acknowledged. Closing date for applications
will be on March. 16, 2007.


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12:30 h India Bazaar present
Luv & Kush
13:00 h Phagwah Fest
14:00 h Special Phagwah
programme
15:00 h To be Announced
16:00 h Kishore Local Talent
16:30 h Teaching of Islam
17:00 h Musical Waves
19:00 h Mere Awaaz Suno -
Karaoke
20:00 h Birthday greetings/
anniversary/congratulations/
death announcement and In
Memoriam
21:00 h Indian Soap Mamta
21:30 h Indian Soap -
Kasamh Se
22:00 h Indian Soap Jab
Love Hua
22:30 h Indian Soap Saat
Phere
23:00 h NTN presents
Phagwah Songs
00:00 h Sign Off


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obtain an International Drivers
Permit. For more information
call 227-3869, 622-8162, 611-
9038.
R.K's Creatin Masters in
Driving since 1979. Students
need security and comfort to
learn. Students must know who
they deal with. Driving is serious
business, not a fly by night
business. R.K's Instiute of
Motoring, 125. Regent Road,
Bourda.


ESCAPE to rest. Massage
Therapy. Certified Massaae
Therapist Ulelli Verbeke. 6T5-
8747.
ESCAPE To Rest Massage
Therapy calms your thoughts,
alleviate pain, stress and body
tension. Ulelli Verbeke Certified
Massage Therapist. Tel. 592-
615-8T47. Home Services
available, http://
www.geocities.com/escapetorest


MAGAZINE of Worldwide
Pen Friend. Information?
Send stamped envelope -
CFI, PO Box 12154
Georgetown, Guyana
GET A FRIEND! Get educated!
Get Married! Miqrate!...through the
CFI Telephone Friendship Link. Call
592-261-5079, everyday 07:00 h
to 21:00 h.
FORTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD
East Indian male seeks interested
female companion between the
ages of 20 and 55 yrs. Full details
required. Write to: R.L., PO. Box
12164, Bourda. Georgetown,
Guyana.
SINGLE Professionals and
other employed single males and
females in search of friendship/
serious relationship. Call the
Junior/Senior/Single Dating
Service 18 80 yrs. Immediate
link. Tel 223-8237 Mon. Friday
- 8:30 am 5pm, Sat. 10 am -
4pm.
ELDERLY gentleman with
liberal or conservative values
seeks a life partner with similar
values between the ages of 50
and 60 years old of about, 120 -
140 pounds. Successful
applicant must be active, a home
maker a versatile conservationist
and must be self-sufficient.
Interested party cancall 'Rosalyn'
on 646-3185 for further
information.



SELF Ink office and business
stamps in 2 hour, free delivery.
Trophy stall, Bourda Market OR
branch at the City Mall. Tel. #
225-9230 or 623-0368.


SPIRITUAL help from
Suriname for sickness,
problems evil. etc. Tel. 220-
0708, 612-6417.





4 I Canadian
SImmigration

We can assist you
to Migrate to Canada.
.k i hlr workers Business
( I 1 Students f rln u..
WVorkr Pe''lits
Sponsorships Appeals
for Refused C( s (acs
\ iitoSr's V1isv
( onftact
Balwant Persaud &
Associates Certified
Immigration Consultants
57 .1 ii p r Robh ami
Or't.irlqi-l Si.,, Bi.iirda.
Itl. 225-l4l, 62 -3. >iS
( "anard it: !<-),t31 i8. 8 .
ana ^ !*.'iidmiuim im rat'tiu) bpi.ctoHi
I''prvreitd h" lilth ( d ittatlS fS t'o prt'i'e f clt'w l.


WE DRESS/RIP LUMBER
AT $10.00 PER SQ. FOOT.
CONTACT NANDA AT 270-4030,
648-2686.
PARTS for Dryers/
Washers. Thermostats, pumps,
motors, belts valves, knobs, etc.
Technician available. Call 622-
5776.

A DYNAMIC PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT IS HERE!
Annual Reports
Business Cards
News Letters

Letterheads
Logo Creation
Invitations
Calendars
Brochures
Bill books
Tickets/Posters
Advertisements
For quality Printing, Innovative Designs
and Affordable prices, contact us:
LtM21 Sdolg SI, oile,Ofi
Tel: 226.1877
Inter ServicesEnteprise

HELLO the doctor is back!
Have your gas stove repaired
and serviced also your kero
range change to gas. 220-4073/
66 -4073 .
FOR all your construction
repairs, renovations, as well as
masonry, varnishing, plumbing
and painting Contact
Mohnmed on 223-9770, 667-
6644.



Permanent
Visitor
Work or Student
VISAS

PROFESSIONAL
Hj:dlina ofVisa
Related Matters For
U.S.A.. CANADA, U.K
French Guiana & Europe

We prepare & examine
Affidavits of Support,
Biographies, Online &
Regular Applications
Letters, PrLacl;l'_inL for
appointment. etc.

Tampned

Enterprise

'Immigrant Visa
Documentation
Service
185 lh i;tl i1tlt &
King Sts.
Malrj Building,
Georgetown
Tel#: 231-5442/225-
2068
SFax#: 225-2068

FOR low cost air
conditioner refri erator,
microwave, freezer. drink cooler
repairs and servicing electrical
and solar panel installation, call
225-4822. 231-3547.
SHALSONS Diesel Service
11 Zeelugt South, EBE
Guvana. Servicing and
Calibrating Diesel fel pumps
and injectors. etc. Tel. # 260-
0055. Cell# 646-5078 Shalim.
REPAIRS to refrigerators,
freezers, washing machines, etc.
All jobs done on site with three
months limited warranty. N. K.
Electrical Services. Nazim Khan.
Tel. 270-4595, 626-2847.


FOR professional repairs to
crash vehicle, change nose cut
front half, etc. Tel. 642-1375.
PLANNING your wedding?
Call on the experts at Trails and
Reassures Wedding and Gift
Shop to make your dream day a
real. Tel # 225-6296 or visit us
at 346 East St., N/C/Burg, G/
town.
FIRST Choice Laundromat:
for all your laundry needs.
Machine wash and dry. Hand
wash of delicate clothes. Monday
to Saturday $500 per load.
Sunday and holidays -300 er
load. Phone 223-0994, 225-
6337.


FIRST CHOICE CABS. 223-
7777, 226-4277. AIRPORT AND
SHORT DROPS



ONE DRIVER PREFERABLY
WITH LORRY LICENCE. CALL
231-7062.
VACANCY exists for Table-
hand at Pearl's Bakery. Tel. 231-
5816.
VACANCY exist for Washbav
Attendants (males & females).
Call: 625-4380.
MALE & female to work at
car wash. Buffing an asset. Call
231-1786. 665-3528.
ONE Gardener/Handyman
to work full-time, also Security
Guards. Apply in person to:
May's Shopping entire, 98
Regent St., G/town._
Ret- -- ---- - - - ----------
PORTERS rip saw operators.
Moulder operator to work in
Lumber yard Eccles Industrial
Site calf Richard 609-7675,
233-2614.
URGENTLY needed one
Maid to work one day a week
between the ages of 25 and 40.
Call 646-7400, 627-0720. 226-
6411.
VACANCY for Barman!
Waiter. Apply in person with
written applcatio n to the
Req ency Suites/Hotel. 98
Haafield Street. Tel. # 225-
4785.
1 MALE Cleaner, 1 male
Accounts Clerk, trainee
Machinist, trainee Electrician
trainee Mechanic. Apply 18 23
Industrial Site Eccles, EBD.
SALESCLERKS. Must be
computers literate. Also one
Driver. Apply in person to ARK
Enterpriself re Container House.
17 Lombard St.
SEWING machine
Operators. Apply Lot D Lama
Avenue, Bel Air Park. Tel. 225-
4492, 225-9404.
FOR all types construction.
workers carpenters, labourers.
masons painters, plumbers, etc.
Contact Plantation Versailles,
WBD. 264-2946, 650-2620..
ALICIA Hair Expose Beauty
Salon and Barber Shop needs
experienced Hair Dresser,Nail
Technician and Barber. Contact
# on 225-4873, 614-6869.
ONE experienced Counter
girl (Salesgirl)', one female
Cashier/Assistant. Apply in
person at Tiles Plus/Clippers. Lot
140 Regent and Camp Streets
(Essentials Building). '
.COUNTER Staff, Cooks
Pastry Makers, Handy Boys. App I
In person to Anjalis Food Del
322 New Market St. along with
references. Previous experience
will be an asset.
SALES Clerks must have
knowledge of Maths and English,
2 yrs working experience. Apply
in person with written
application to Lens Sheriff &
Fourth Streets. C/ville.MAJOR
trading company seeks Office
Assistants. Minimum
LIVE-in staff for Clerical work
from Berbice and Essequibo.
Qualifications: CXC English and
Mathematics 1 to 3. Apply Lot D
Lama Avenue Bel Air Park or
Call 225-4492, 225-9404 -
Monday to Frida 8:30 am to 4
pm and Saturday 8:30 am to 1
pm. Boarding and lodging
provided.
RECEPTIONIST FOR
DOCTOR'S CLINIC Must be
computer literate, able to
handle a busy switchboard, be
detail oriented and have
exceptional people skills.
Position also involves clerical
duties. Please send CV via Email
to office@caribbeansurgery.corn
or via Fax: to 227-4779.


SUNSET VIEW HOTEL.
VACANCIES Hotel Manager/
Supervisor, Receptionist,
Bartenders, Bell boys, Security
Guards, Cooks with Food
Handler's Certificate, Room
Attendance. Apply in person
with written application and 2
references. Interview on
Wednesday. 7, 1 David St.&
Vlissengen Rd., Kitt. G/town.
INTER SERVICES
ENTERPRISE: A vacancy exists
in the above company for a
female Outdoor Salesperson.
The successful applicant must
have at least 4 CXC subjects
and a command of the English
Language excellent,
interpersonal skills. An attractive
remuneration package is
offered. Applications can be
sent to LOT 21 SEAFORTH ST.,
C/VILLE, G/TOWN. TEL. 226-
1877.
One (1) Female Office
Assistant Must have knowledge
of Payroll, NIS, Filing and must
be computer literate. Must be
between the ages of 25 and 30
years old. Must have knowledge
of Maths & English and at least
two (2) years working experience.
Apply in person with a written
application and two (2) references
to: Len's, 136 Sheriff & Fourth
Sts., C/ville. Tel: 227-2486.



$7 MILLION LAND IN GI
TOWN. 52626/53068.
LINDEN Highway,
transported. Success Realty
223-6524, 628-0747.
FOULIS Public Road
Enmore, ECD. 137 feet by 218
feet. Call Tel. 220-9687.
LAND WITH 2 HOUSES AT
41 AGRICULTURE RD.,
TRIUMPH SIDELINE DAM.
CALL 263-5338
CONTINENTAL Park
residential house lot,
Queenstown land measuring -
120 ft. by 60 ft. el. 642-0636.
Earle's Court 2 house lots
9 800 sq. ft. Build luxurious
mansion. International Hotel
$4M, US$20 000. Ederson's -
226-5496.
G\town central 4 house
lots, build foreign embassy,
international hotels $65 /
US$325 000. Ederson's 226-
5496.
ONE double lot, Republic
Park $14.8M. Phone Tony
Reid's Realty. 225-2626/
55198, 231-2064.
LAND FOR SALE. LAND
FOR SALE OLEANDER
Gardens 89 ft by 152 ft. Price
- $25M. Call: 612-0349.
WHARF LANDS 17
ACRES riverside land, EBD. 6
ACRES riverside land, EBD.
Land in Supply, riverside, EBD.
TEL. 226-8148, 625-1624.
LE RESSOUVENIR,
several lands and properties
with pool and without pool.
REPUBLIC PARK beautiful
property with pool on 3 lots of
land. TEL. 226-8148, 625-
1624.
ISLAND OF CANAAN, EBD,
Eastern Public Road half mile
in .40 acres of developed,
transported land. To be sold 'en
eboc' or parcels of 10 acres -
$3.5 million per acre. 218-
2319.
PARIKA- 8 acres riverside,
East Bank 6 acres riverside,
Land of Canaan 137 acres,
Diamond Public Road Robb
Street house lots 50 x 100 -
East Bank Essequibo. 646-
3251, 227-0464.
AT Parika Highway for sale
- (21) 50 x 100 house lots
Available. Price ranging from
3M $3.5M neg. For more
information, feel free to contact
me. Contact Ms. Nalini.
Telephone # 684-3843.
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SAILA PARK Vreed-en-
Hoop Housing Scheme. House
lot or sale, near the public
road. Prime location, 2 miles
from V/Hoop Stellinq.
Reasonable Price. Tel. # 225-
7670 or 254-0397.
A residential scheme
located at Greenwich Park, East
Bank Essequibo. Available land
for sale. We also build houses
at a negotiable price. For more
information, feel free to contact
me. Contact Ms. Nalini. Tel
684-3843.


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LOCATIONS prime river
frontage located at Parika EBE
on an 8-acre block this block
site can be used as a wharf.
o rt industrial, etc. Price
eg,~i rL.,'ae Make an offer now.
For more information feel free
to contact Ms Nalini. Telephone
# 684-3843.
SOESDYKE Eastern side
of road, Land of Canaan 10
ACRES, 20 acres, 40 acres, 80
acres. 88 acres, Poky Dam
house lot $3M, Providence
River path 15 acres and much
more. CALL RUQHAS 592-
2803, 621-2704, 627-8891.
LANDS. GEORGETOWN -
Charlotte Street 14 000 square
feet Carmichael Street $1M.
Lamaha Street $65M. CALL
RUQHAS 592-2803 621-
2704 627-8891. EMAIL
TABIA2U2000@YAHOO.COUK
DEMERARA RIVER River
frontage 195 acres commerce
200 acres river to road 700
acres. CALL RUQHAS 592-
2803, 621-2704, 627-8891.
E M A I L
TABIRU2000@YAHOO.CO.UK
EAST BANK LANDS -
Timehri 2 acres road to -
$10M, Kuru Kuru 1 acre.
transported $1M, Kuru Kuru -
116 acres, transported- $10M,
Yairawkabra 10 acres2- $5M,
6211-2704 627-8891. EMAIL
TABI RU2d0AHOOO pQCO.UK
EAST COAST Triumph
ECD, Pigeon Island. double lot:
Enterprise & Bachelor's
Adventure. CALL RUQHAS -
592-2803, 621-2704 627-
N8891. MAIL
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$3 .5 .... ----- M-----------
DOUBLE LOT SOUTH
'RUIMVELDT PARK S6.9M or
$3.4M each. VERSAILLES
125' x 67' in gated compound
-$5.9M, 6 lots $3M each and
I lots property & rice mill Crane/
La Union $45M 15 acres Canal
,No. 1 $11.75M, HIGHWAY
LANDS farming, resort, sand
pit, residence LBI 2.4M.
Atlantic Gardens S6.9M,
,Campbellville $10.75M
Lamaha Gardens $14 75M
'Cumminos St $12M, Tel: 226-
8148, 625-1624.
NORTH $3.8M. LBI -
,$3.5M. Ogle S3.8M. Happy
":res -S7M. $7M. Diamond -
rl 4M, Felicity- $9M, Le
'Ressouvenir $9M. 60M,
Robb Street 15M. $90M
Camp Street S8M, Mahaica
Creek (100 acres) 13M.
Supply (65 acres)- $40M. 4 lots
at Enmore $17M, 4 acres -
$2M. Queenstown. second lot
60 x 60 S7.5M, D'Urban
Backlands. 3 lots S7M. Linden
$oesc'.'ke Hi'h'-.3',' 5 acres -
:33 [f. 'l.. .,.'-, ;' ,r 50 x
-'5 r.1. L-.:,r,. ,Highway
0 .,.' u.l,. Mandela
Avenue corn-r good for gas
station ".-'..1 2 acres land
good for bond. etc. in Turkeyen-
22 acres riverside land and
other residential and
commercial areas. Call us at
Goodwill Realty on Nos. 223-
5204, 225-2540. 626-7608.



FURNISHED to let for
overseas visitors. Tel ?29-
0249

1 APT. NEWTOWN KITTY
$18 000. CALL 227-6354.
2-BEDROOM upper flat
Success Fr-' '-.
-, .oniact 220-
0634
FOR overseas
visitors apt. to rent in
Kitty. Call 226-1640.
3-BEDRO" -
PUBI I" '- .,, i .P FLAT
_. KUO., MC DOOM. TEL.
I27-0831
1 2-BEDROOM furnished
upper flat, Bel Air Park.- 225-

ONE top flat 3-bedroom ,i
Haopy Acres. ECD. 619-3643.
220-4156.


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1-BEDROOM bottom flat.
80 Railway Line, Kitty. Call 227-
7410.
FURNISHED house -
79 Atlantic Gdns. Call
220-6060, 626-2066.
1 BOND space 75' x 30' x
18'. Price $130 000 neg. 621-
6037, 227-2834.
1 SPACIOUS 2-bedroom
room apartment rent $30 000
mthly. Tel 663-6338.
FURNISHED rooms for
single working male $4 500
weekly. Tel. # 613-2647.
KITTY, Campbellville -
furnished and unfurnished 1,
3-bedroom apts. 233-6160.
2-BEDROOM house busy
neighbourhood. Tel. 225-6197

3-BEDROOM house, uiet
neighbourhood. Tel. 225-6197
Raza.
WORTMANVILLE S3.15M.
Kitty $8.5M and $4.5M. Tel
227-2256.
SHERIFF St. complete top
flat, unfurnished garage Call
227-1363, 222-4529.
SELF- CONT GAINED
apartment in large house Land
of Canaan EBD. el. 225-6197 -
Raza.
SHORT TERM RENTALS
FOR OVERSEAS VISITORS.
PHONE 225-9944.
ROOMS for single working
male. Contact Zalina, Lot 26 Hifl
St., Albouystown.
ONE room for single working
female. Tel. 231-7878. 624"
6271. 223-8955.
3-BEDROOM cottage, 2
4. :

SPACE for business located
in Georgetown. Call 225-7131
or 621-2601.
2-BEDROOM bottom flat -
149 Middle Rd., La Penitence
Call 223-8981.
NEW one room self -
contained apartment. Bel Air
Park facing Duncan Street. Tel.
226-2675.
HAPPY ACRES US$15
000 new diplomats.Keyhomes
615-8734, 628-0715.
REPUBLIC Park 4-
bedroom upper flat on storage
bond. One business place.
233-6160,
FURNSHHED rooms single
person only. At Bachelors
Adventure, ECD. Tel. 229-6149
Gloria.
QUEENSTOWN US$2 000.
(NEW). KEYHOMES 615-8734,
28-0715.
FURNISHED flat- adequate
for visiting family. Tel. 225-
9395, between 8 am and 4 pm.
BOTTOM flat 3-bedroom
$80 000 neg. C/ville, hot
and cold, self contained, etc.
Tel. 628-6855.
1 2-BEDROOM flat, concrete
house, Tuschen Scheme $18
000. Call Geeta @ 646-8762
1-BEDROOM apt. for short
term rental. Call 625-6552 or
223-3884
ONE-bedroom apt. to rent
from April 1, 2007. For
information, call 226-1238. No
agents Couple or UG Student
BOTTOM flat house South
exclusive house by itself
Lamaha Gdns. Call Success
Realty 223-6524, 628-0747.
BELAir Park fully furnished
3-bedroom apartment, elegant
and spacious US$800. Tel.
227-7734.
ROOMS and apartments
to let on a dailynightly basis
from $4 000 daily Call 227-
3336/227-0902.
FURNISHED and secure
executive apartment with air-
cT.iio'l e, rereph"'one parkiigy
Tel. 642-0636.
1 infi!rnichor d apt. in Kitty.
'-ully ,' -.- ,.i- I1 AC, water 24
house. etc. Price $45 000) neg
Call 609-8315.
SPACE in a priin- .. :, i...
on Regent Street. t :. t .---
from the Mall, for .
business. Contact 2,': -.
SELF-CONTAiNED rnnn,"
toi sinrol "," -'-
S... ,,iig lem lee. Also
2-bedroorr houses Call 665-
4545. 4 pin 6pm
ONE single bedroom
apartment in Kitty. Preferabliv if,-
.. during couple. Contact

3-BEDROOM top flat
unfurnished, recently renovAt '
Charlestown ^
,~-. 000 per
..-,inin. Call 226-2376.
EXECUTIVE 2-bedroom
bottom fiat Turkeyen fully
secured $30 000. Te, 61-0315,
226-9062 Ganesh.
ALBERTTOWN S50 000
:icville $50 000 tiirn.shee
570 000 Kitty. Keyhomes-
615-8734 628-0715.


ONE two-bedroom apt.,
Atlantic Garden Public Road.
220-7724.
BACK cottage, bottom flat
at 13 Delph St.. C/ville couple
preferred. Contact Mr.
Roopchand Shiwsankar at
above address.
BOTTOM flat 316 East
St., suitable for Net Cafe, Video
Games Clinic, Electrical/
Electronic Workshop, Bond, etc.
# 615-8235.
ONE three-bedroom top flat
at Public Road Mc Doom fully
grilled, tiled, AC water, private
yard. No pets $50 000. Phone
226-1903.
FOR SALE OR RENT new
spacious (3) bedroom house at
Lot 4187 Unity Place Festival
City North Ruimveldt. Tel. #
643-'7406.
ONE FURNISHED APT. -
FULLY GRILLED DOWN TOWN,
FOR OVERSEAS GUEST. CALL
'226-9448.
ATLANTIC GARDENS -
LARGE FURNISHED BUILDING,
3 BEDROOMS, 2 TOILETS AND
BATH. 227-0972.
1 FULLY FURNISHED 3-
BEDROOM TOP FLAT, BEL AIR
PARK US$800. TEL. 226-
8148, 625-1624.
UNFURNISHED three-
bedroom top flat with all
conveniences. Price negotiable.
Immediate tenancy. 642-0636.
BUSINESS place, Regent
St.. large and fully secured
Sound floor, Central location.
42-0636.
BELAir Park fully furnished
and secure, executive concrete
building with three self-
contained bedrooms. 642-0636.
FINALLY, a good home for
2007. Available one (1l biq 3-
bedroom top flat at 273 ELa
Penitence. (Lamaha Park, near
Lamaha Springs North
Ruimveldt). Vehicle
accommodation good roads,
house by itself, breezy, clean -
$55 000 Contact A.A. Fenty.
Tel. 218-1808, 622-6843, 226-
4764.
2-BEDROOM. Newtown -
S40 000. 2-bedroom, Bourda,
parking telephone $75 000.
uque Really. Tel. # 227-3551,
647-0856.
APARTMENTS (1.2.3.4-
bedroomed) $21 000 $22 000.
$25 000, $35 000 $45 000 $50
000. Furnished $26 000 $80
000 Rooms 12 000 $16 000.
Call 231-6236
BEL AIR SPRINGS,
QUEENSTOWN Kingston,
Eccles. Diamond. Alberitown.
KITTY BUSINESS PLACE
Campbellville. furnished and
unfurnished. TEL. 226-8148,
625-1624.
OFFICE or business space
to rent 1 spacious bottom flat
located at 77 Hadfield St., Werk-
en-Rust, Gitown. Contact
Lyndon Amsterdam or Roysdale
Forde on Tel. 227-1656 or 227-
0676 during Office hours.
FUTURE Homes Realty -
227-4040, 628-0796 621-6246
- Land of Canaan, EBD, has 800
feet of land to rent with storage
space for logs and timber with
deep water narbour with wharf.
USS10 000 per month.
FULLY FURNISHED 2-
BEDROOM APTS. LONG TERM,
AC HOT AND COLD PARKING
- US$600. SHORT tERM FOR
OVERSEAS VISITORS US$30
PER ROOM CALL 218-4635,
648-7504.
BEL AIR PARK new
US$800: Sec. 'K' fur. US$1
000; Blvgezi ht Gardens 4
master. Phone ony Reid Realty,
Ms Persaud or Mr. Indhal Mr.
Layne 225-5198/225-2626,
226-3068, 622-6402, 622-6937.
JEWANRAM'S REALTY.
'Have Faith in Christ. today". 227-
1988. 623-6431. 270-4470
E m a i

GEORGETOWN. High Street
(officeiresidence) US$2 500.
Kitty $60 000. $45 000,
US$500 (F/F) CaricomiGuySuCo
Gardens US$1 500. EAST
BANK: School $120 000 Eccles
AA' F/F) USS2 000, Diamond
- US$1 500. Herstelllina cr
00. EAST r"OA C
_. __0 I COLinida Park
-USS3 000 F/F), Atlantic
Gardens US$5 000 USS2 000/
USS1 000/USS503. Happy Acres
US$2 000/USS1 200/USS500,
Non Pariel S35 000, L.e
,,,uv uvenl --- uzb2 50b Ogle -
US$700/US$1 000. OFFICES:
Central Georgetown USS4 000.
Georgetown lnnn 0: o0 )0uo,
uueenstown US$2 000, Sheriff
US$1 500, North Road US$1
200, Brickdarn US$800, bond.
restaurants, etc. Versailles
executive US$3 000, 3-
storeyed residential!office/bond
US$1 500. Nandy Park
USS650. Kitt -- S45 000.
Bagortille S50 000 Kitty $75
00. Onle US$600, Success -
$50r 00, Kersaint Pk $45 000
Albert town Office- $ 85 1)00


BEL AIR SPRING US$2
500. KEYHOMES 615-8734,
628-0715.
1 VACANCT 3 bedroom, top
flat, back house Lot 8 First Street
Alberttown, d/Town. Price
$60,000. Call: 226-1004. 8arn
4pm (Sundays.
FURNISHED ROOM -
DECENT SINGLE WORKING
FEMALE. TEL. 226-5035 (08:00
17:00 HRS.)
3-BEDROOM apartment,
fully furnished in Craig St..
Campbellville for overseas quest
Short term. Call Tel 223-1329.
3-BEDROOM HOUSE by
itself $75 000, 1 top flat, fully
furn. $75 000. Unique Ralty.
Tel. 227-3551, 647-0856
FURNISHEDAmerican styled
apts. Suitable for a couple or
single person $4 000/$5 000
per day. Call 231-6429.
22-57T6.
APARTMENTS, houses.
business places, in tidy
environments from $60 000 -
US$1 500. Excellent Realty -
227-8010. 625-7090.
OFFICE SPACE OVER 3
000 SO. FT. Queenstown G/
town US$1 per sq. ft. neg. Lots
of parking. Tel. 624-4225
ONE two-bedroom
apartment in Hugh Ghanie Park.
Cumminigs Lodge. For couple or
UG Studet. Call 629-6082, 222-
6558.
UNFURNISHED 2-bedroom
top flat Bent St., Wortmanville
with overhead tank $40 000.
Call 648-7504, 218-0287, 218-
0392.
2-BEDROOM unfurnished
top flat Cane View Ave., South
Ruimveldt Park. Parking, toilet
and bath. Call 218-0117, 619-
7851, 622-1392.
LG 4-bedroom furnished
house. 1 master, 2 living rooms.
3 washrooms, arkin, !g yard
space @US$I 000 others
furnishedand unfurnished. Call
226-2372..
EXECUTIVE houses by
themselves a,-ea Ole, Atlantic
Gardens. Price $100 000 to $250 000
neG. Enuiries pls. Call 220-7021.
Cell 624-627.
FULLY fenced and secure
concrete bond (84' x 32:.
suitable for processing plant.
factory storage, etc., at Public
Road Mic Doom. Phone 226-
1903.
i KITTY- BUSINESS PLACES
ALEXANDER ST., approx. 2500
sq'. ft. ground floor $200 000.
entire building $200 000. TEL.
226-8148, 625-1624.
FURNISHED and unfurnished
apartments one. two, three & four
bedrooms. Queenstown residential,
from US$25 per day long term also
available. Tel. 624-4225.
SQUEENSTOWN, fully furnished 1
&13-bedroom apartment with parking
space to rent Suitable for overseas visi-
tors on short term basis. Tel. # 226-
5137/227-1843.
IMMEDIATELY available to
professional working couple.
hreP bedroom top flat fully
-riiA AC overhead tank. No
ets. Public Road, Mc Doom,
Village, Phone 226-1903.
4-BEDROOM 2-storey
house. 2 '/ baths, parking
residential, etc. @ US$800:
furnished 3-bedroom r, sidential
home @ US$1 800; furnished 2-
bedroom top/bottom apts. (5
US$600 residential Others. Ca l
226-2312.
PRASHAD Nagar 6-
bedroom house; 3-bedroom -
upper flat; 2-bedroom bottom
flat. semi-furnished. 1 master
bedroom US$1 300. All rooms
air conditioned: Bel Air Gardens
- three-bedroom, unfurnished -
US$1 200. 227-0464, 646-3251.
HOUSE to rent 3 bedrooms.
located at 189 D'Urban
Backlands. 96 Duncan Street.
Newtown and 575 Section 'A'
Block 'X' Diamond EBD. Call
227-3067. 233-2175. 623-1562.
TOP FLAT semi-furnished 3
b/rooms $60 000 neq -'r.I-p '
itself $95 000. B. A. P .
200, Section 'K' L '...
US$600. Apt. $35 '' ',45
000, 555 00, $65 000 rooms.
bond. office business T'
2709 2 ,. 25-
,~-Lb91
EXECUTIVE 3-bedroom
house fully furnished in Section
K', Prashad Nagar- 4-bedroorn.
fully furnished, New Haven and
Bel Air Park. Contact John -- 227.
3843/613-6674
RUQHAS RENTAL NORTH
ROAD study apartm,,tt. .'uS44
o' day, KUBB STREET -
executive US$500M,
QUEENSTOWN US$200,
CHARLOTTE STREET business
-- US$1 800, CHARLOTTE
STREET -business US$1 200,
DIAMOND US$1 500.
POUDEROYEN new property -
$35 000 monthly.
POUDEROYEN, bottom flat $35
000 monthly CHURCH STREET
- uppe flat US$1 500
GROUND FLOOR US$2 000
CALL RUQHAS 592-2803. 621-
2704, 627-8891.


BEL AIR PARK US$800.
KEYHOMES 615-8734, 628-
0715.
2 1-BEDROOM apartments,
fully furnished, 24 hours security
guard, meshed, grilled, hone,
parking, hot and cold, AC,
pressurised and filtered water
system US$700 per month, 2-
bedroom AC, hot and cold,
phone and parking US$750 per
month, 3-bedroom Atlantic
Gardens, unfurnished. lots of
parking bottom flat $50 000.
all John 227-3843, 613-6674.
ONE four-bedroom, fully
furnished house, self-contained
master bedrooms, three
additional bathrooms, hot and
cold water, Jacuzzi, secured
parking area, seven mins drive
from cricket stadium. Ideal for
short term overseas guest, groups
couples, families, be~ and
breakfast accommodation
available. Contact Alex on 222-
2750, 663-8511, 681-5180.
EXECUTIVE house Bel Air
Park. 184 Eping Ave. & Kaieteur
Rd. Immaculate, modern,
convenient. secure spacious,
fully grilled and air-conditioned.
1 master and 2 bedrooms, 3 K
bath, double garage, etc. Agents
embassies and international
organizations are all welcome.
Call 277-3814, 225-4413 646-
9319, 619-9972. 614-0949 or
Email: sharonxs@nyc:rr.comnr
QUEENSTOWN: executive
residence, 2-bedroom fully air-
conditioned, generator fully
furnished US$2 000j.
CAMPBELLVILLE: large 3-
storey concrete. Ideal for school
or large office US$2 000. BEL
AIR PARK: 3-bedroom fully
furnished US$1 800 and
another 3-bedroom US$1 500.
LA PENITENCE: large office with
bond attached at US$25 cents
er sq. ft. and lots more all over.
ll 226-7128, 615-6124.
ABSOLUTE REALTY for "Homes
with Styles.
REGENT STREET RETAIL
OUTLET TO LET WHERE FEW
SPACES ARE AVAILABLE.
BUSY PART OF REGENT
STREET WHERE MILLION OF
DOLLARS CHANGES HANDS.
Upper Regent two-flat
building, also flats. Sheriff Street
three flats US$3 000,
H adfield Street, lower and upper
flats -$150 00 each and spaces
for $30 000, Duncan St. $40
000, Waterloo large upper flat
for office- $100000.FULLY FUR/
UNFUR. RESIDENTIAL: New
Haven US$1 800 and US$1
500, Bel Air Park US$1 800,
Prashad Nagar- US$1 100, Kitty
Lower flat, three bedrooms -
60 000, Herstelling top flat -
CONTACT SUGRIM'S REAL
ESTATE AND RELATED
SERVICES 226-4362.



GOD'S Realty has properties
from $9M upward. 225-5198.
2-BEDROOM apt. in
Tuschen. Contact Shaw 629-
7939.
1 2-STOREY house (4-
bedroom) Kitt $7.5M. 227-
6333, 62.3-2923
FOR sale by owner property
at Public Road De Hoop
Mahaica, ECD. Call 623-2717.
LOW Income r-i"r,-ri;,- :,,-
sale in Berbice :; i, i' ,,,,
Tel. # 227-4551. -
TWO houses on one lot,
situated at 242 Charlotte Street
Lacytown. Telephone 226-6298
PROPERTIES from $8M,
upwards. Tony Reid's Realty -
225-2626, 225-3068.
PROPERTY at Foulis. ECD.
r: leaving country. Call 615-
.': Price neg.
WE need properties to buy
and sell fnr h-;n.-- rC-HI bert
- 227 -i: ':.-1 .!
anytime.
1 2-FLAT house concrete
and wnnrln h.c.. ----'
,:.:., .-. "H ,ii S t' r.-: ,
-'. ,,1- 133.
FOUR-BEDROOM property
at Annandale West. F"'-
Demerars -,oast

HOUSE and land toi sale -
$3 million 19 Plantain Wailk
' Bank Demerara. Te! 327-

HOUSE rI ,
u.:c.i ~_Realty- 223-

A Lr'. ,, i- l- r ? "0 $4f1.3
.. ," $40M
.''. ,IR. Road Kitty S31-M .
218-1014, 618-7483.
DON'T le i .i -, ,. a..n


anti me.
BEL AIR Park $26M ne ..
executive Nandy Park $17M.
Eccles $17M new. KEYHOMES
- 615-8734 628-0715
PROPERTY FOR SALE -
LAND CANAAN. EBD,CRANE
OLD ROAD, WCD. CONTACT
TEL. 226-1004.


ONE going business
premises; one secured beautifully
tiled office; one three-bedroom
house fully grilled in New
Amsterdam. Te: 333-2500.
Lot 202 Section 'C'
Enterprise East Coast
Demerara, 2-storey concrete 5-
bedroom house. 611-8912,
227-3788.
EXECUTIVE concrete
building with three self-
contained bedrooms, no repair,
.3- li P. ;,
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r-. ( Ie DA P 4PI D 7otfr- ,
ot .:= P or, DF: 47F :n.r",,
b usneIs co $1irer.
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COURIDA PARK 0i50 X 100 1T7 .30.SA
EARLS COURT LBI 5.5M

ATLANTIC GARDENS
(FURN IS ED)-oaml
SECTION *K' (CiVILLE)
OFFICE SPACE/BOND SPACE
BUSINESSe PREMI SES

ONE three-bedroom 2-
storey concrete building 43 x
26 transported land 60 x 80.
N Grove, EBD. Ideal spot for
business $8.5M with transfer
Tel. # 644-4093.
NO agent. Call Mrs. Wilson
226-2650. 229-2566 to view
6 bedrooms. 4 bathrooms. 2
kitchens. Campbellville
property 110 22a2v. large
PRASHAD Na ar 22M.
Thomas Street L$S600 000

Alberttown $13M. Cummin s
Lodge -13M, Middle Stree -
I Li-.1 Vlissenlen Road -
._' M Crane, WCD $33M
lReaent Road S85M, Nandy
Par $18M and many more.
227-0464, 646-.3251.
RESORT on Linden
Sesdyke H highway on 19 acres
land. creek passing through.
Also 20 acres, next to Resort.
Both could be sold together or
separately. 227-0464. 646-
ECCLES HOUSING
SCHEME six- bedroom -
$30M negotiable, double lot
D Urban Street S35M,
3.M cash and much more
ALL RUQHAS 592-2803,
621-2704, 627-8891.
EAST Coast one complex
consists of three huge buildings
of and Roadside. 646-5231.
227-0464.
BUSINESS PROPERTY-
LOMBARD STREET 3-store -
$60M, CHURCH STREET-
business -T$60M $68M, $65M
S$43M. SOUTH ROAD -r$8Mo
negotiable, SOUTH ROAD-
front house $8.5M negotiable
KITTY 2 roperties $17M
KITTY BUSINESS & residence
$1Mn$5M CHARLESTOWN -
business -$40. KINGSTON -

SPRING $833M. CALL
RUQHAS 592-2803, 621
2704, 627-8891.

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hiousL-e $30AM ,W i, i,-l P
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LOB STOWN two-storE -
QUEENSTOWN
.busies MTTG eenstown



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104, 627-8891.
WEST HPPBANK-NISMES 0d
Sa -TTE STREET transpo$6M



agotsville. house lots fr
04, 627-889..... '



$5M transported. Versailles
Road to nver $15M, Vreed-en-
Hoop river front, six blocks;
New Road 8 house lots 190
x 90 $3.5M EACH, New Road
S~ acres six house lots -
$12.5M, Crane Old Road lands
- $4M EACH. Lou Union 4
house lots $3M EACH. Crane
Old Road house & lands -
$16M. CALL RUQHAS 592-
2803. 621-2704, 627-8891.
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EXECUTIVE concrete
building with three self-
contained bedroom and all
modern facilities. Vacant
possession. Price negotiable.
226-3866.
4-BEDROOM concrete &
wooden house. Ketley St.,
Charlestown, formerly Rudy's
Liquor Restaurant (corner lot) -
$18M neg. Contact 227-
6204.






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"HAVE FAITH N CHRIST TODAY`

POPERTInE, LAND, RENTALS

sfl e, Bel &it Wro,
Syli ville, I
LaM ardt aIMis, Ca
gardens, AMltC Gardeis,


Jewanram's Realty
"+A T'rusted Name"
227.1988. 270-4470,623-6431
Email: jewanalrealty@yahoo.com

FOR sale or rental 2-
storeyed concrete business
premises with large land space
at Goed Fortuin Public Rd.
Riverside WBD. $17M neg.
Call 648-2850.
ESSEQUIBO 56 house
lots $600 000 per lot. CALL
RUQHAS 592-2803 621-
2704 627-8891. EMAIL
TABIRU2000@YAHOO.CO.UK
ONE two-bedroom
concrete house and land for
sale, situate at Lot 834
Yarrawkabra, East Bank
Demerara, Size of house 37
ft. x 24 ft., size of land 200' x
130.7 201.68 x 156.56. Call
Mark 626-2002.
BEAUTIFUL property in
excellent location at Parika, a
back of GBTI Bank for sale by
owner. One two-flat concrete
building with all conveniences
three bedrooms and living
accommodation, upper and all
dwelling living
accommodation lower. Phone
455-2512. ___.
3-BEDROOM house Pin.
Versailles,. West Bank
Demerara, in gated community
with 24 hours security. Modern
finish throughout. Fully
furnished, fenced 'and
landscaped. Solar hot water,
phone and all utilities. Move
In condition, immediate
possession. Phone 264-2946,
18-5070. ..
HAPPY ACRES modern
architectural building, two-
storeyed concreted, four-car
garage. All modern
conveniences, security hut and
toilet, hot and cold, viewing
gallery, house 28' x 75', lan
- 5x 100'.
CRAIG 10 YEARS OLD
NEWLY REMODELED TWO-
BEDROOM TWO-STOREY
HOUSE AND LAND SIZE 36
X 144. ASKING -$6.5M. CALL
225-5591 OR 619-5505.
ONE fully concrete house
in Orleander Avenue, Bel Air
Park needs only minor repairs
-$15.9M. Phone Tony Reid
Realty Ms Persaud or Mr.
Indhal. Mr. Layne 225-5198/
225-2626, 226-3068. 622-
OAAn 622-6937.

PRIME Star Realty
HOUS T, R SALE Kitty -
-HOU snrise
$35M & $12M_ ti,
14M & $4.5M, Leguan
[20M,' Kingston $8M,
2rashad Nagar $28M, Craig -
S7.5M _Annatdale $5.4M
Robb St. $5M and many
more. Call us today for more
information. Tel 223-7219/
644-0709.,
FOR $ALE BY OWNER 2-
storey fully concreted house, 5
eodroms, 2. full bathrooms,
Amn.nan fixturefaucet, ink toilet,
cabinet, hot-water tain,
kitchen, built-in wardrobe, central
air-conditioner car garage front
view to Pubic Road. Lot 6 Nandy
Park, EBD. Intted person oply
to call. Day 2-78 6j: eyeing

GROVE- $6.5M, South -
6.5M.QueeIItown. $14M
135M,!$45M, Prashad Nagar"
.16M, $22M Section C/
i e $ M te e r 26 M ,
22M M1 5 "$41M, ittyI -
8.5M $OM,,'., King ton -
18M,'$35M$45 M, $4 ,JOM,
obb Streit ; % $80, $15M,
Reent -tret -' S$2M
street Sta 'rek '- $14M
Brickdam 45M' arind other
residential and commercal
areas. Call us at Good Will
Realty at Nos. 223-5204, 225-
2540 or, 628&7605.


CAMPBELLVILLE: Large 3-
storev concrete building, ideal
for school or office- $60M.LAND
OF CANAAN: Lar e factory,
buildings over 20 000 sq. ft. on
11 acres of land on the public
road. Priced to sell $70M (neg.)
QUEENSTOWN: large 3-storey
corner, ideal office or guest
house $55M and lots more all
over. Call 226-7128 615-6124.
ABSOLUTE REALTY: The Home
of Better Bargains.
PROPERTY for sale built on
3 lots in Atlantic Gardens. Must
see to believe. Over 4 700 sq.
ft., 6 bedrooms, 4 full baths. All
rooms air-conditioned including
ceiling fans. State of the art
power plant with auto switch
over. Over head tanks in ceiling
and an in-ground reservoir with
a complete water filtration
system. All imported tiles and
fixtures. Separate guardhouse
and maid's quarters. Price
includes all furnishings and
appliances. Much more
included. Price negotiable.
Contact 407-654-9626 or Email:
U2NV83@yahoo.com
FOr< sale by owner property
at Public Road, Covent Garden,
East Bank (100 x 40) with driving
and garage for 2 cars,
transported land. $30M, neg.
Call 265-3575.
NEW house fully
furnished, 2.5 bath, central AC,
25 miles from Disney World.
Florida. Price US$294 000 or
neg. Phone No. 954-294-7373.
Croal, Stabroek new 3-
storey concrete 6-luxurious
bedroom mansion. Ideal
International Hotel $65M,
US$325 000. Ederson's 226-
5496.
Friendship, EBD Public
Rd., new concrete 2-storey 4-
bedroom luxurious mansion -
$12M, US$60 000. Ederson's -
226-5496.
Kingston, near Foreign
Embassies colonial mansion.
Ideal international
Hotel\Embassies. $85M/
US$425 000. EdeFson's 226-
5496.
New Hope, E BD Road,
River, wharf, Lg.ships. ware
house, active general store.
$12M/ US$60 000. Ederson's -
226-5496.
D'Urban, Lodgd new 2-
storey, 4 2-bedroom apartments.
monthly rents\pays your
mortgages $14M/S$70 000.
Ederson's 226-5496.
Atlantic Garden 2-storey
mansion. Ideal for 4-storey
International Hotel area for
tennis, swimming pool. $30M
US$150 000. Ederson's 226-
5496.
Camp \ Robb St. vacant 3-
2-storey buildings. Ideal 4-storey
International Hotel. Previous -
$40M \$26M. Owner needs
medical. Ederson's 226-5496.
Soesdyke, Public Rd. -
vacant 2-storey 3-bedroom
mansion. Area for tennis
swimming pool. $13 M, US$65
000. Ederson's 226-5496.
Have you buildings for sale?
Eccles, Kingston, Central
G\town? We have buyers, US
dollars. Ederson's- 2265496.
Robb St.\ Bourda Market -
2-storey concrete building. Road
\ alley. Previous $75M /
$5CM.Owner needs medical.
US$225 000. Ederson's 226-
5496.
Overseas owners, if your
buildings need general repairs,
our management services pays
taxes, landscaping. Ederson's -
226 -5496.
Brickdam vacant 2-storey
4- bedrooms colonial mansion.
Ideal International
Hotel\lnsurance $50M/ US$225
000. Ederson's 226-5496.
Albert \ Robb corner with
steel frame. Ideal 4-storey
.- r no:uC i -5 .Q f50M/
iniy ida uunai i io US$225 000. Ederson's -226-
5496.
,nri.se Garden business
cln,^. L-^," concrete
investment new 2-sLu... --
building, bottom general store -
$8.5MFJS$42 000. Ederson's -
26-5496._ .
Atlantic Gardens vacant 2-
torey 5-bedroom mansion -
15M $US75 000. Ederson's -
26-5496.
North Ruimveldt vacant 2-
flat concrete buildings. If
Gu 9fi0' move in today
$12. ~U''52 ro00. taersoIab
- 22 6-5496 .. ..............................................
Strathspey vacant new, 3-
bedroom wooden building. If
qualified, move in today. $5M
US$25 000. Ederson's 226-
5496.
Coghlan Dam vacant 2-
flat concrete buildings, front -
3-bedroom. back 2-bedrom.
5.8M. US$28 000. Ederson s -
26-5496.
North Rd. G\town central -
vacant 2-sforey concrete
building. Ideal 20 salon chairs,
internet. Inspection anytime.
$25M, US$ 125 000. Ederson's
- 226-5496.


BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
PROPERTY REPUBLIC PARK -
34M & $29M, Nandy Park -
30M Diamond 4.5M to
14.5M Ruimzeight Garden -
31M, inmore huge concrete
property reduced to $16.5M.
Subrvanville on double lot;
Substantial properties in
Queenstown & Lamaha Gardens,
Vlissengen Road, Sheriff St.,
GuySuCo Gardens Le
Ressouvenir & Republic Park with
ool, Alberttown $22M,
umrnings St. $12M, Kitty -
5.9M Craig $7M. c Doom -
4.5M Leonora 12.75M,
rane public Rd., lan $3M &
45M, 15 acres, Canal #1 -
15M pro ties swith r mill
11.75M Non Pariel- $4.75,
nnandale $5M, David St. -
$26M. TEL 226-8148/625-1624.

PROPERTY FOR SALE







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FOR SALE BY OWNERS
44 W Robh Street
Lacytown, Georgetown
Tel: 227-2731, 609-5015
Allan or Venice

QUEENSTOWN on the
breezy side, large luxurious
mansion with extra Diece of land
- $60M, KINGSTON -
immaculate three-flat suitable for
residence/office $60M. CROAL
STREET large colonial
biunlalow house with land -
$60M, CAMP STREET three-
flat residence and going business
$60M, CAMP STREET two
business entitles in prime
location $45M, WELLINGTON
ST. this is a huge property
suitable for a malt- US$2M.
WELLINGTON ST.- immaculate
business entity $, LAND:
KINGSTON suitable or any
application 200 ft. x 80 ft. -
$60M, LAND OF CANAAN 146
acres, equivalent to 1 022 house
lots o r o aquaculture, from the
Public Road to the conservancy.
Goin at $760 000 er acre.
SUGRIM'S REAL ESTATE AND
RELATED SERVICES. TEL. 226-
4362 OR EMAIL:
SRHOMES2005@YAHOO.COM
OWNERS BEWARE
COMMISSION IS EARNf
WHEN THE REAL ESTATE
AGENT IS "THE EFFECTIVE
CAUSE" OF THE SALE OR
LETTING AGENTS GET PAID
FOR RESULTS AND NOT FOR
EFFORT. WE HAVE
RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL,
AGRICULTURAL COMMERCIAL
AND SPECIAL URPOSES IN
ESSEQUIBO, DEMERARA AND
BERBICE AT AFFORDABLE
PRICES AND HAVING ALL
UTILITY SERVICES.
ESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL:
Kinston $60M, Brickam -
$13M, Queenstown 750M,
amp St. $60M & $75M
Alexander Villae $30
Friendship $13M Palmyra -
$60M. CO MERCIAL:
JOHANNA CECILIA, originally
store with bond $45M, Water
Street 35M Wellington Street
- US$2 00000, (sui able for a
mall) Regent Street 175M,
$124M, 3OM, $25M, Camp
Street $45M, Avenue of the
Reublic- US$2M, Hih Street
- $75M, Thooas Street- $75M,
Thnm St $75M StanlAitnwn
New"' Amsterdami d- 2
(wharfage). New Amsterdam -
Land S$5.00 US$9.00 per
sq. ft. retail outlet.
RESIDENTIAL: Bel Air Park,
--f tt Street Section K,
-ar '.n Prashad
lygzeight Garu. "
Naar, Campbellvifle, KIity,
Dg uiar's Park, Grove,
Diamond, Prospect,
GoedverwaytinR, Kersaint Park,
T hiump h, Lsiihan, BestVillage
(three lots with house), Enmore,
Non Pariel. IN DUSTRIAL:
Coldiaen. SPECIAL
PURPOSES: David Street,
uuncan btreet, wuaii. ..,
Fnmore, New Hope, Mc Doom
Friendship, oCdvke, Sheet
Anchor, Berbice 46 house los6
or oil terminal Golden Fleece.
AGRICULTURE: Land Of
Canaan for aquaculture or
housing project- 40 acres or 280
house' lots $14M, Johanna
Cecella 40 acres $40M
Mahaicony 100 acres $llM
(rce or cattle). DIMERARA
RIVER O ISLAND 40
ACRES SORTT HOUSE
LOTS: David Street Oronoue
Street, Kitty Pullic Ro d,
Meadow Brook Gardens,
Lus inan, Enterprise. Earl's
Court, Vryhpid's Lust, Meadow
BanK. Crai Pouderoen.
VREED-EN-ROST, LEFT BANK,
DEMERARA RIVER.


SANDHILLS: 213 ACRES OR
APPROXIMATELY 785 000 000
TONNES OF WHITE SAND IN
COMMERCIAL QUANTITY AND
ACCESSIBLE BY THE
Demerara River $100M,
suitable for making glass, filling
beaches and construction. WE
AT SUGRIM'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY GUIDES YOU EVERY
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1 LOTUS WOODEN MILL.
CALL 662-6212.
NEW Honda generator
3400 watts. Call 233-5500
ONE Lister generator 4 KVA,
key start ST1 engine. 616-1703.
EXCAVATOR DAEWOO
SOLAR 200 111. PRICE NEG.
CALL 625-7741.
ONE Food Cart complete
with hot plate fryers and more.
Tel. 226-017d.
SALON equipment and
boat seine for Snapper. Contact
222-4966.
BOXER/mixed pups 8
months old (nice)- $25 000. Tel.
610-8139.
1 LISTER Arc welder 280
Amp, 220v auxiliary 628-3245,
270-1709.
EARTH for sale delivery
to spot. Also Bob Cat rental.
Call 626-7127.
8 JOHNSON OUT BOARD
ENGINES. EXCELLENT
CONDITION. CALL 268-2244.
1 AIR brush, salon chair
with dryer, 1 cash register. Call
625-6552 or 223-3884.
CUTE little pups. Short and
fluffy, 7 weeks old, vaccinated
and dewormed. Call 220-4825.
KODAK Z740 Camera and
accessories for sale. Call
Calvin @ 640-6909 or 617-
4288.
PARTS for twin tub
washing machines (new).
Telephone 641-2026, 227-
0060".
NEW 18" Celestion
frontline 11 speakers, 2800
watts. Call 226-2913, 615-
1203.
6 WEEKS old pitbull pups
fully vaccinated and
dewormed. Call 646-9456, 231-
1074.
DACHSHUND pups, 2
months old vaccinated and
dewormed. ball 222-5707.
2 COMBINATION safes with.
combination and key lock. Tel
223-6333 or 623-4446.
ROTTWEILER & Doberman
pups, 4 months d. vaccinated
and dewormee. let. # 222-
5013.
ONE Datsun engine and
gear box 120Y, good condition.
Price $40 000. Call 617-8242-
cell.
ONE 850 mini car one
double stall in Bourda Green's
newly built over. Contact # 223-
9710, 667-6644.
1 Bar-B-que grill $20 000,
one large Avanti fridge $58
000. Call 646-5988, 226-2053.
1 DESK top computer
complete and house hold
articles. Tel. 337-4166, 642-
6674.
1 QUEEN size bed 1 5-door
wardrobe. Contact 227-4810.
ROTTWEILER/Doberman
ups vaccinated and dewormed
months old ready to guard -
$30 000 each. Tel. 610-8139.
EARTHi- & reef sand
excavating, grading and
leveling o land also done.
Contact 628-3840 or 644-7633.
1 MID Range speaker box 2 -
12" eminences, 4 bullet tweeters
2 10" horns, well covered. Call
r93-7875.
-- -- /1 0 nno w
ELECTRIC oven, ..,
auto transformer), new pressure
sprayer, single bed' 7-piece
dinette set. Tel. 611-3.153.
PIT bulls for sale adults and
puppies quality bloodline.
optact.Navin. Tel. # 264-2524,
619-3~U 4. _
PUPS for sale Rottweiler
anu" mixed, 6 wks old.
Contact Tel. No. 644-5,ooa, ..
3444. *
... .....,... ............................ ---.......... .
ONE Kenmore 'upright
frostiess freezer from Canaua.,
Call 225-7900..
1 $80C Hy E, 1 300- al.
fuel tank. Contact el. 621-126
Owner leaving country.
ONE AF'10 ,Corolla front
bumper with fog lights and
traffcator'- $10 0uOel. 680-
3955., ..
1 TOYOTA Carib Sprinter 4
WD without engine. ood for
parts. Tel. 263-5836, 647-1107.


WINDOWS XP COMPUTERS
- $40 000. CPU CASES $500.
220-8140, 220-2968, 629-2247.
PARTS for Dryers/
Washers. Thermostats, umps,
motors, belts, valves, knobs, etc.
Technician available. Call 622-
5776.
REFURBISHED DELL P4M
LAPTOP computers selling out
at wholesale prices. Items in
excellent condition. Call 618-
6572.
ONE 7-piece dinette set, one
2 500 watts generator used X-
box and play station games. Call
227-3355 _
ONE Electromax Freezer in
working condition, next to brand
new, to do business. Contact
Telephone 619-5366
HONDA Generator 6 000
watts $295 000. Canon
Photocopier $295 000. No
reasonable offer refused. Tel.
#614-6623, 644-9690.
NEW shipment of Lister
better engines and generators
from 3 KVA to 20 KVA. Also Lister
welder. Contact 624-3187.
1 MERLIN Diesel fuel
injection pump calibrating
machine. In excellent condition.
Call 644-8952 or 626-5306.
2 HONDA pressure washers
2 chain saws, 2 machines 2
microwaves, 1 pump, 2 saws. Call
6 5-5 87 ...................... ................. ...........
HOUSEHOLD appliances
and furniture for safe. Owner
leaving the country. Call 680-
2697.
PURE bred Pitbull pups, 6
weeks, fully vaccinated and
dewormed. Contact Imran 265-
2057, 265-3206, 625-1104.
10" AUDIOBHAN powered
tube type sub .woofer, can be
added to any vehicle sound
system $50 000. Contact 623-
54 92 .......... ........ .....
LOCAL & foreign pool tables
and accessories such as coin
shoot rubber balls, cloth,
rockets. chalk. Contact Naka -
609-3311. 220-4298.
ONE (1) 300-gal fuel tank on
wheels imported from the UK, can
be towed by a pick up. Contact
261-5403, 610-9458.
(2) COASTAL cargo vessels -
(1) wooden (11) steel. Both
vessels meaning fully employed.
Interested person call te. 0-
2496/3137. Call after 18:00 h.
HONDA Pressure washers. 1
Stihl Brush Cutter. 1 Lawnmower, 1
mitre saw, 1 air compressor, 1 2 /"
Plainer 1 Yamaha 6000 generator.
Call 267-2329.
ONE Butcher Boy meat saw
110/220v, Morris/Austin starter
one hand mince mill, coconut
plants. 266-5013_____. .
ULTRA quiet generating set
6-cyl. Perkins 126 KVA ana (1)
MIF185 tractor. Contact 98 New
Road, V/Hoop. Tel. 254-1195.
ORIGINAL BRAND NAME
CLOTHES FROM USA. VERY
VERY CHEAP. JEANS $3 00O
& UNDER- SHIRTSITOPS $1
500 AND UNDER. 220-4791.
1 3Ghz Celeron CPU 40
GB hard drive 256 MB RAM, 56K
Fax modem, keyboards mouse,
speakers, monitor, DV,-ROM &
or CD Burner, floppy drive. Call
623-7875.
PUPS eight weeks old.
Vaccinated and dewormed,
German Shepherd and Labrador.
Very affordable prices.
Ruimzei ht Gardens W D. Tel.
619-9853 or 269-0671 after 3 pm.
RESTAURANT equipment -
deep fryer rotisserie grill, rice
cooker, tables and chairs, bar
stools, gas cylinders, generator
freezer computer point-of-sale.
Contact 333-3803.
ATTENTION VEGETABLE
LOVERS now available
eggplant, tomato, bora, pepper,
pumpkin, celery. For your rresh
and tasty vegetables 228-2165
(H), 646-9677, 270-6101-02 (W)
anandram143@hotmail.com
FRIDGE 13 cu. ft., double
bed custom-made head
combination wardrobe
camcorders, JVC, Panasonic and
Ace series, music set, Nikon
35mm camera and accessories,
wall divider 6 ft., diital camera
7.1 MP with printer, 2up, 4, 9 up
*-- 2 0Omm lens, auto
Minuc., -- "- .h Tel.
Minolta motor drive to,,. .
626-7628, 663-3152.
COMPUTER Programmes
from $2 000. Office 2007, Coral
Draw 13, Auto AD 2006. Web
nesianing, Quickbooks 2006,
--- i nniiaoe
Point -or-a ...
translator, typing, children
education, Spanish, games and
Mu-. more Call Anthony 227-
8010, 625-7Uuu.
ONE complete music set
with 8 bottoms 18" Fane speakers,
6 upright tops with 15 double
speakers, 4 44T Drive horns, 6 -
QSC amplifiers, equalisers,
crossovers (Numark) 1 32 amps
Turn-up transformer, -00 watts
bullets. Also 8 metal hail spot
lamps 18" x 15" complete with
wires, disco lights, foain
machine. One Nissan 4 i
complete with bed liner, search
lamps and winch. Call 263-7305
or 618-8996.


2.4Ghz Celeron CPU 80
GB hard drive, 256 MB RAM,
128 MB Video Card 56 K Fax
modem, keyboard, mouse,
speakers monitor, DVD-ROM 8
or CD Burner, floppy drive. Call
623-7875.





WELL KEPT

TOYOIA MARK li CAR

ONIEOWNER OHI N

REASONABLY PRICED

PARSRAM'S
DISCOUNT STORE
Waler &Ametrca $ S. Tel. 225443
2 STAINLESS steel gas
deep fryers with baskets
complete, frying chips,
chicken, fish, etc., good for
business $350 000 each, 2
stainless steel industrial coffee
percolators, 110v 30 cups -
$20 000 -40 cups $25 000, 1
000 new pieces cell phone
components give away $250
000 for lot including chargers,
battery, circuit board, casing,
antenna and many many more.
1 Briggs and Stratton pressure
washer, 2 000 PSI $80 000.
Owner migrating 641-2284.
NIGEL'S WOOD WORKING
COLIDGEN INDUSTRIAL SITE
ECD. SPECIALISE IN KITCHEN
CUPBOARD FURNITURE,
PANEL DOORS & SPINDLES,
ETC. PURPLE HEART DOORS,
SQUARE DOORS $17 000,
SQUARE INNER ARCH DOORS
$20 000, SINGLE FRAME -
$35 000, SINGLE ARCH DOOR
WITH DOUBLE FRAME $50
000, DOUBLE ARCH DOOR
WITH DOUBLE FRAME $80
000. DELIVERY AVAILABLE.
TEL. 270-4532 or 624-7023.



ONE Nissan Bluebird car -
$275 000 neg. Tel. 220-9398,
611-0858.
1 LONG BASE RZ
MINIBUS GOOD CONDITION.
CALL 613-0967.
1 AE 81 COROLLA $320
000 NEGOTIABLE. TEL. # 628-
0054.
ONE Toyota Tundra,
F 150. Tef. 623-5534,
227-3717.
NEW 192 $1.2M.
KEYHOMES 615-8734, 628-
0715.
ONE Austin Maestro 500
car, one Austin Maestro 500 one
ton van. 266-5013.
AE 100 COROLLA- FULLY
POWERED, AUTOMATIC. TEL.
256-3216, 621-3875.
2000 MODEL TOYOTA
TACOMA. TEL. 610-3880
612-7666.PRIC
NEGOTIABLE.
1 HILUX 4 X 4 AC CD
PLAYER, ALARM PJJ SERIES
$2.9M. TEL. 227-2664.
ONE AE 100 TOYOTA
COROLLA, PHH SERIES -
.1M NEG. CALL 225-1528,
23-2818.
TOYOTA Chaser GX 100
Suzuki 750 katana M/bike. Tel.
231-4586, 622-6448.
ONE AE 91 Toyota Corolla
motor car, PGG 5836. Tel. #
266-0086, 621-9573, 649-
7308.
AT 170 Carina, in
immaculate condition for sale.
Contact Dave on 641-2261.
2 AT 192 CARINAS PJJ
and PHH, 1 L-Touring Wagon -
PKK. Contact 269-0432.
1 TOYOTA 4 x 4 in
excellent condition witi all
bars, 1 Nissan 4 x' 4 Nissan
Caravan. Tel. 225-8802, 629-
5387.
1 LONG Base RZ minibus
music, macs, BHH 9793. Price
$1 380 POo. Contact 626-
9780.
-R iLSAN 812, good
condition, a/c. uLornia..
Numbers: 610-9218, 231-9140
1 RZ minibus, BHH series;
l--oiient condition; mags,
ex._..: "- T1. 220-9818. I
etc. Price neg. ,..
1 FORQ Aerostar mfni van
and Nissan Sunry car.
Contact 615-7817, 233-2891,
after 5 pm.
ONE enclosed 3-ton
Canter. Sold as is. Contact
612-9364.
............... ..........-.......
ONE RZ BHH. 2582.
minibus, good working
condition. Phone 622-4381.


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SUNDAY CHRONICLE,March 4, 2007


1 FORD County tractor TOYOTA Long base Canter
4WD. Reasonable price. Tel. truck, GGG series, in excellent
.57.419. condition $1.3M neg. Call 276-
0313, 626-1141 Sh~ahab.
1 RZ MINIBUS- BHH 685. 0313, 626-1 Shanab.
in working condition. Contact TOYOTA RZ. EFI, minibus.
# 660-4783. late BHH. Mags, CD, AC. 1 AT
... ............. -...r 192 fully powered both in
1 SHORT Base Toyota RZ excellent cditiondo. el. 265-
minibus, BGG series, i 3566, 233-2939.
reasonable working condition.
Tel. # 222-4632, 649-6901. AT 170 CORONA EFI.
ONE AT 192 PJJ 7396 excellent condition; 2 AT 192
withCD& DVD. Fully powered, Carina EFI. fully powered.
mao rims, spoiler, etc. Tel. 222-2905, 641-3821
22-6968. FORD 150 Pick Up, 3 doors,
13-TON Toyota yna oodcondition, CD/Taie player,
Canerr for sa. Gooda ubble tray, dual air ag, mag
condition. Price 850 000. rims etc. $5.5M neg. Tel. 220-
Contact 645-5854. 7416.
TOYOTA 4-Runner T100 RICE Mill No. 5, all modern
Pick up & Sinale Cab. Pajero machinery full electrical
JR. Jeep ModeM. Bushruc acting and sealing machine.
4 x 4 working Jet Boat. 227- 68 Corentne. Contact 338-
2834, 621-6T037. 4209/2319/2660.._..__.............
2 RZ MINIBUSES L-Base 2005 TOYOTA Tacoma,
one EFI, one Carib. BHH and access doors, Extended Cab.
BGG series both in excellent 2003 Toyota Tundra fully
condition. Phone 268-3953 loaded. 619-0063. 643-b891.
ONE Toyota Marino and PHH Series Toyota Hilux
Toyota Ceres, in immaculate Surf 4 x 4 5-door. AC, CD,
condition AC, mai rims, CD automatic. crash bar, etc'
player, etc. Tel. 612-2561. 2.4.M. Call Shahab 276-
AT 212 CARINA remote 313, 626-1141.
A T 2 1 2 C A R IN A re m o te -...' ........ .... . ......................
start, 15" mas, Sony CD ONE AA 60 Carina, in
changer, 56 OdK Km PHH excellent working condition, needs
series, excellent condition body work tape deck AC etc.
$1.75M. 623-5492. Tel. 617-4063/225-0236.
SUNNY B15 2003 1 AE 91 SPRINTER good
Model. Finished only 6 000 condition, mag rims. Tel. 622-
miles. Vehicle never 1185, 227-706-3.
registered $2.3M. Call 225- ONE Nissan Canter 2-ton in
excellent condition. Tel. 611-
1 AT 170 Carina PGG series 1311, 266-1054.
automatic, fully powered, 1 TOY-OTA C Cami: 4 x-4.
s Tel # 627-338 pce PJJ series. Immaculate
n g.... .. condition $2.7 million. Call
1- AE 100 Corolla PHH 628-1900.
series. $1 175 000. Call 613-
8221, 222-2640 ask for Sheik. sONE AE 91 Corolla PGG
series. Price $650 000 neg.
ONE AT 170 Carina & Call 660-2014.
one AE 100 Corolla both ONE AT 1....... Corona .auto.
automatic, fully powered. ONE AT 190 Corona- auto,
excellent condition. Tel. full loaded, mags, etc. One AE
626-7452. 10 Marino auto. fully
........ ......... powered, etc. Tel. 270-4465.
ONE Coaster bus in good 42-6159. etc Tel 270-4465
working condition. Contact ....... ............ .......
616-3736 or 660-1564. No 1 GJJ Leyland Daf. double
reasonable offer refused. axle truck with hyhab, dump, 20
AT 170 Carina. 17" rims 4 2d 5Tray. Price neg Cal 640-
AGE, 20 valve engine. Pioneer ..........
music system crystal lights. GIVEAWAY one Morris J2
Contact 641-4210. van. complete with all glass.
1 RZ MINIBUS0. gear box. def.. wheels. Can 621-
1 RZ MINIBUS mas. an mak arrangements
music BGG. Good work o uli aangem
condition $950 000. Call 218w- io uplit
condition $950 000. C all 2t ...... ............ ......... ................
4060. ONE Toyota Town Ace 9-
1 TOYOTACeres,-l7'as t Wte- minibus, in good
I 1 2T CreUs, 17/m ,-,-,f,--, Pn nt 3f-- 766- 400oA d
$1.0M, 1 212 Carina, PJJ Contact 266-.407
series, mags $1.6M, clean. MIRGRATING. Mercedes
UniqueAuto Sales-227-3551, 190E, sunroof- $1 300 000.
647-0856. BMW 528E fully equipped -
I.. GTTURBO Starlet P lH $850 000. Both in excellent
series, two-door, mags. music. condition. Best offer Tel. 225-
sun roof, muffler, alarm. ., o 1060.
system fully powered. Tel. 7. 580 C HYMAC with swamp
4250, 613-0285. tract, 10 tons (3) ,Aheel roller, 3
ONE Supern car(Hyunndai tons vibrating r:.iie ,i in good
mint condii AC mags working conditions Call 23-
pioneer music, Must o. Price 3404, 222-6708.
1M. Tel. 259-3237 or 619- -1 DUMP truck, 1 water
9451. tender and 330 Timber Jack
AT 212 CARINA renote Skidder all are in good working
start. 15" mags, Sony CD condition. For more information
changer. 56 0-0d Km PHH Contact: 264-2946.
series, excellent condition NEED ANY AMOUNT OF
$1.75M. 623-5492. CARS TO WORK AT BASE 11
AE 81 TOYOTA Sprinter OF THE SHERIFF TAXI
needs some work, working SERVICE. FREE LOGOS. CALL
condition, selling where is as 225-9700, 609-6600.
is, sold engine "el.226-9343 1 AE 100 COROLLA. 1 AT
or 650-4977 $390 000 neg_. 192 Carina, 1 SV 40 Camry. AE
ONE NISSAN FRONTIER 91 Corolla Wagon. Owner
IMMACULATE CONDITION, 4 leaving country. Call # 645-
X 4. 44 000 KM. PRICE 6288, 231-0555. All prices neg.
NEGOTIABLE. 233-2415, 643- AT 7 T ta motor car
6386. --- -- -" --." ag^, auo i,,Excellerit
SALE!' SA*E!-SALE!. L :. hion:i-Pe;7D0D00 1
arrived Tovdla CarinaAT 92' Nisdan FB 13 Stick Gear
$1 750 000 neg.; AT 212. $500.000. Call: 629-4236.
Carmax Auto Sale. Tel. 662- ..--i~ONDA CRVGJee Dark
9400. 1 HONDA CRV Jeep Dark
-....--X .-...... Blue. PKK series, W/CD, AC etc
GX 71 Toyota Mark II. 4 -20" nickel mao rims. Wifyres
Good working condition and (Good year) W/6 ugs. Tel. 231-
fully powered. Price $750.000 0336. 625-3898.
negotiable Contact 220-3410. -; .. : -11 -. ..9..- i Turbo -
1 AE 100 COROLLA, PHH $1.4M & $750 0 A,4 '1- $2M.
Series $ 1 150000 neg.. 1 AT Marino 1.1M, 212 $.9M and
170 Corona, PGG Series. 45 many more. Call for more
en ine- $950 000 neg. Call information 223-7219/644-
22 -2640. 613-8221. 0709. ..
................................ ..:.. .... YT A Starlet (T urb o,
AT 192 CARINA. AE 100 11M pYOTA Start tTurbo
Sprinter & Ceres, Toyota pick $450 000 FB 1 Sunny, 235B
Single and Double Cab, F4 RR excavator $25M Hilux Surf
motorcycle. Amar 227-2834 218-1014, 618-7483
621-6037. 'ONE RZ mini bus in
1 AT 170 TOYOTA e rellent condition mq;r rirns
Corona excellent r' A
rF. i e- I IH neenst
condition, mag rims, fog Tr.,, -.., H 35 56
lamps, original spoiler Price 0 .-.
neg. Telephone 622.0322 1 NISSAN S y
1 NISSAN Sunny pick up
ONE Long Base Toyota PEE Series, in excellent
RZ, complete flair up. recently condition. Can be in-r' t-4 3t
sprayed over, 170 West Main ':-I hI,, ,, :-,
sprayed over, excellent Forest. WCD. Phoa-,- :,:;,.":-,
condition $1 350 000. Tel 621-9471.
220-4103. 616-0956.
3 LONG Base RZ minibuses.
TOYOTA Dyna truck, new immaculate -,,J,, ., rmni-i;"
model, long 17 feet tray. AC. maas, cat eye. Price I .'.
15 8 engine, new from Japan 00r., 1 150 000, $80 1 '0 ...:
74 Sheriff St. 226-9109. Contact Dharnre -_
AE .00269-0270, 661-2878.
1 AE 100 SPRINTER -
PKK. AC. rnags, loud niusic:1 SHRINK wrap 18"x 1000
AT 192 Carina PHH, i1everr .r Cool brands. Tel 226-4165.
hire. rims: 1 AT 170 Carina - 1-1 0 l,.iO
PGG series, never in hire. Hilu "i' L G' ^
crash bar. ORIGINAL BRAND NAME
.. .. 2 0 CLOTHES FROM USA. VERY.
S.. 220-20"7, .,, A .. I.,. VERY CHEAP. JEANS $3 000
.624-8700 "** &-UND'ER.' gafI/ToPS $1
-, .. 00, fAOND UNDER 220-4791.


KHAN'S AUTO SALE 1
TOYOTA DIESEL HILUX EXTRA
CAB mags side bar, crash bar,
fog lamps, brand new engine
and suspension. Asking $1.9M
neg. 225-9700 or 609-6600
1 TOYOTA Pick-up Extra
Cab gas, V6, 3L, year, 1994
68551 miles 4 x 4 manual,
excellent condition. Rising Sun
Auto Sales, 140 RegenRd.,
Bourda G/town. Tel. 592-226-
4165. Fax: 592-226-4050, 624-
1160.
BLACK Mazda 2003 SUV, 1
500cc manufacturers' warranty.
Leather seats, integrated CD
player, factory alarm system.
alloy wheels, fog lights etc. -
3.l5M. Never registered. contact
azela Auto Sales 276-0245,
628-4179.
KHAN'S AUTO SALES.
OROLLA AUTOMATIC
XCELLENT condition $575
000. 1 AE 81 $475 000, HB
12 Black nickel rims, etc., 2 AT
192, one 212 automatic, 1 4-
Runner, 1 Pajero, 1 Mercedes
Benz E190 Sports. 10/10
Hadfield Street behind
Brickdam Police Station. 225-
9700, 609-6600, 623-9972.
USED vehicles for sale. List
your vehicle's now for fast sale
and right price. We could
arrange for your Compliance
also. Now available Mitsubishi,
Galant $2 200 000 Lancer
Mitsubishi $1 550 000 GX 90
Mark 11 $1 800 000 Honda
ivic $1 60 000, 212'Carina -
1 500 000/$1 7000000. AT 192
Carina AE 100 Corolla/Sprinter,
AT 170 Carina/Corona. AE 91
Corolla/Sprinter, AE 81 Sprinter/
Corolla. Nissan Laurel and many
others. All prices are neg. Call
Pat's Auto Sales, 169 Lamiohn
and De Abreu Streets. -oi 1-.
3690, 650-7264.
1 Jeep Wrangler in excellent
condition, new interior, recently
sprayed over and chromed up.
Tons of new accessories. Nice
Music. Only 26 000 miles. 4 Cyl.
New Goodyear Tyres. A real
Head Turner Fun Stron,
Dependable. Tel.# 223-5172
617-7026..
GMC Tow truck Nissan 720
engine & gear box. front and back
diferentials, power box, etc.
Dennis Phoenix garbage truck
case 680 H back hot Bedford TK
330 truck. Sold as is, new 1100
x 20 truck tyres. American made.
Call Richard 609-7675, 233-
2614. 233-2740.
LANCER PJJ series, well-
kept fully powered, AC, spoiler,
CD, maas with brand new tyres
alarm, flair. Must see. Household
S f.-- stereo, bicycle. 27" 32",
portable, DVDs. Plav
station game, 1 2-system
.' -i:, computer. Much more.
"'- Office. 264-1215 -
Home.
DAVID Auto Sales We buy
and sell used vehicles locate
- South Rd. & Alexander St. -
r 170 Carina & Corolla, AE 100,
Sprinter & Corolla, AT 19n
Carina, 212 Carina, Mitsubishi
Lancer, Long and Short base
minibus. 227-1845 Mon. Fri.,
229-6253.
FOR the best reconditioned
vehicles in stock are IRZ
minibus EFI new model cat
eye, diesel; RZ, AT 192. 2004
Tacoma 4 x4, Tundra 4 x 4, AT
212, new model, canter trucks.
Credit and Trade-in available at
Paul Camacho Auto Sales. 111
Croal St., Stabroek, (between
Albert & Oronoque Sts.). Tel.
225-0773 (0), 629-7070 ....
ONE Toyota Land Cruiser FJ
80. Automatic transmission 3F
engine, 4 500 cc engine, EFI,
Sfulr powered, windows door
locks, self start, alarm, AM/FM,
stereo and CD player automatic
Def lock for four-wheel drive
inside, leather seats, high and
low range drive. 4 new Good
Year tyres and mag rims size (16)
crash bar. fog lamps, adjustable
steering wheel, roof rack back
lights grilled back toe bar. 5
doors., sun visor, power steering.
new 12v battery, back and front
wiper, air conditioner, excellent,
power mirrors, full security
l-mtm from theft 2 years 10
T, .,iir.;, old, PJJ series
immaculate condition, excellent
interior and fuel consumption,
well kept, never went in the
Interior. Owner migrating -
$8.6M, neg. 641-2284.
RECENT shipment from
Sin aoore T 'oyota Corollas
NZE 121 2002 models (full
body kit, fog lights. new model
ihts. leathers, alloy I-, I
etc ) S1.9M each: . _
Corona CLI $1.2 M .4. ; i. ..
the person with 1.,,' i--
concession leathers. CD
changer ilii.,, wheels. etc
-1.4M full body
: ,'D player alloy heels)
Honda City 1.5M: Nissan March
1998 $950 000 (leathers. CD
player, alloy wheels, 4 doors,
etc.): Toyota Soluna $1 OM.
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United win at Liverpool as



Chelsea beat Pompey


By Trevor Huggins

LONDON, England (Reuters)
- Manchester United moved
closer to the Premier League
title with a dramatic 1-0 win
at Liverpool yesterday that
left them nine points clear of
Chelsea.
The champions were 2-0
winners at Portsmouth, with
Didier Drogba scoring in the
33rd minute and Chelsea's other
Ivorian striker, Salomon Kalou,
coming off the bench to make
sure.
United substitute John
O'Shea fired a stoppage-time
winner to give them 72 points
with nine games left to play,
while Chelsea are second on 63
with a game in hand.
Liverpool are third on 53
points, but Arsenal closed to
within a point with two games
in hand after ending a miserable
week with a morale-boosting 2-
I win over Reading.
The northeast derby fin-


ished 0-0 between Newcastle
United and Middlesbrough,
Wigan Athletic's revival con-


DIDIER DROGBA


tinued with a 1-0 win at
Manchester City and Watford
let slip a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2
with Charlton Athletic in a
relegation dogfight.
Manchester United had only
10 men whe-1 they scored after
midfielder Paul Scholes got a


World Cup format


and regulations


LONDON, England (Reuters)
- Format and regulations of
the cricket World Cup start-
ing in the West Indies on
March 13:
*lst round. The ninth edi-
tion of the World Cup will be
contested by 16 teams, the
most ever. In the first round
they are divided into four
groups of four teams and play
each other once. The top two
from each group qualify for the
super eight.
*Super eight. The winners
and runners-up from the four
groups will play each of the
other teams except the team
which advanced from their own
group. The top four qualify for
the semi-finals.
*Semi-finals and final. The
second and third place finishers
will contest the first semi-final
while the teams placed first a id
fourth will ment in the seconC
The winners meet in the final in
Barbados on April 28.
*Points: Two for a win, one
for a tie or a game without re-
sult in the preliminary and su-
per eight stages. Teams qualify-
ing for the super eight carry for-
ward only the points gained in
the group stage against the
other qualifier.
*Key rules:
If the scores are equal, the
match is tied regardless of the num-
ber of wickets which have fallen.
Each match comprises two
sessions of 3-1/2 hours each
with a 45-minute interval. First
session 0930 1300. interval
1300 1345, second session
1345- 1715
If the ;s;i: ia delayed or
play is suspended, the match
can be extended by a maximum
30 minutes.
*Key innovations:
Powerplay Fielding resinc-
tions when only two fielders are al-
lowed outside the 30-metre circle
surrounding the wicket with at least
two in catching positions will be
applied in three blocks totalling 20
overs.
The first powerplay of 10


overs automatically comes into
force at the start of an innings.
The fielding captain must then
nominate two five-over spells
when restrictions will apply.
Bowl-out Cricket's
equivalent of soccer's penalty
shootout if the semi-finals or
final end in a tie. Bowlers
from opposing teams take
turns to bowl at a set of three
stumps. The team with the
most hits after five deliveries
each is the winner.


straight red card-in the 86th
minute for raising his hand at
Xabi Alonso.
'Today's a massive result
for us," manager Alex Ferguson
told Sky Sports, recalling that
United also scored a winner in
the final two minutes last Sat-
urday at Fulham.
"You need that bit of luck
to win a championship,
there's no question about that,
and I think we've got it in the
last two weeks," he said.
The United manager said
England striker Wayne Rooney,
who made way for O'Shea in
the 74th minute, would be as-
sessed today after suffering a
knee injury.
Liverpool coach Rafael
Benitez was clearly frustrated
by the outcome.
"It's unbelievable how we
lost this match because we con-
trolled the game and deserved to
win it," Benitez told the club's
Web site (www.liverpoolfc.tv.).
"We controlled the attacking
side of the game and had many
corners and free kicks, but in foot-
ball you sometimes have luck and
sometimes have bad luck."

CHELSEA TRIUMPH
Chelsea, who have a home
game with United scheduled on
April 15, kept the title race
alive by winning at Fratton
Park. Drogba celebrated his Af-
rican Footballer-of-the-Year
award in midweek with his 29th
goal of the season, a superb vol-
ley from a long Ashley Cqle
cross from the left.
However, it needed a bril-
liant one-handed save from
keeper Petr Cech to deny
Pompey substitute Andy Cole
a headed equaliser before Kalou
slid home Chelsea's second.


Coach Jose Mourinho
wondered how many points
Chelsea would have had with-
out Cech being out for three
months after suffering a frac-
tured skull in October.
"It's a question without an
answer but we could answer
it by saying this is a goalkeeper
who gives you 10-15 points a
season," he told Sky Sports.
"He's the best."


ALEXFERGUSON


Though he respected
United, Mourinho said: "Our
job is to fight them, to keep
winning matches, to win the
next two and get back again to
a six-point gap and keep the
pressure on them."
Arsenal returned to winning
ways after defeats in the FA
Cup, Champions League and
Sunday's tumultuous League-
Cup final with Chelsea, which
led to three of Arsene Wenger's
players getting banned.
Gilberto converted a 51st
minute penalty and fellow Brazil-
ian Julio Baptista hit the other be-
fore a late own goal by Spain
midfielder Cesc Fabregas.


Lewis fit to bowl in


England's first practice


By Mark Meadows

STUBBS, St Vincent
(Reuters) Pace bowler Jon
Lewis was fit enough to bowl
several overs yesterday in
England's first practice ses-
sion in the West Indies ahead
of the World Cup.
Lewis, 31, injured his ankle
in Australia and has not had any
real bowling practice since a tri-
series match with New Zealand
two months ago. His selection
in the World Cup squad was
subject to fitness.
The team flew in on Friday,
changing flights at Barbados and
travelling on a small propeller
plane to land at St Vincent's
tiny airport. Yesterday. a light
aircraft crashed not far froin the
runway. All four occupants es-
caned shaken but unscathed.

BACK PROBLEM
.lames Anderson. who also
missed the back end of
England's victorious Iri-serics
campaign, bowled some overs
from a shortened run-up alter
shaking off a back problem.
Kevin Pietersen was the
first to bat in the nets after
fully recovering from a frac-


tured rib sustained in the
first tri-series match in Aus-
tralia in January.
Captain Michael Vaughan,
working his way back to fitness
after long-standing knee and
hamstring problems, also batted
early on and looked comfortable


JON LEWIS


against some local St Vincent
bowlers.
"W. iIust cleared some cob-
webs from the flight. It wa inCCt
to have a little net," Vaughan
told reporters back at the team
hotel on the beach.
"You are always quite
sceptical about how (Carib-
bean wickets) they will play.
The first two weeks are cru-
cial for me but also the team.


"Kevin will certainly come
back in and over the next two
warm-up games it is up to the
players to hold their hand up
and stake a claim."
But England coach Duncan
Fletcher, who confirmed the
two warm-ups would be 13
players-a-side, said they were
almost sure of their best start-
ing lineup.
"We are pretty close. It is
the bowling area where we
have got some decisions to
make," he said.
England trained in intense
heat on a playing field in the
small village of Stubbs, with the
team minibus going along an un-
made road past stray goats to
approach the venue.
Their session was accompa-
nied by steel band music and the
crashing of waves against cliffs
just below the picturesque set-
ting.
England's first warm-up
S---m R-rmuda to-
game is agasim -
morrow ahead of a clash with
Australia on March 9 also on
the island. The real action
starts for England on March
16 when they take on New'
Zealand in their first group
match in St Lucia.


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MUMBAI, India (Reuters) -
India's chief selector Dilip
Vengsarkar disclosed yester-
day that out-of-form batsman
Virender Sehwag was picked
for the World Cup only at the
specific request of skipper
Rahul Dravid.
The 28-year-old Delhi bats-
man goes into the showpiece
event in the Caribbean starting


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on March 13 following a pro-
longed form-slump which nearly
cost him his World Cup place.
Vengsarkar, a former cap-
tain, said Dravid wanted
Sehwag in the team and that
made the difference.
"I was not under pressure
as such, but I will always back
the captain," the chief selector
told CNN-IBN news channel.
"Some players in the
team also back Sehwag.
Sehwag has done exceedingly
well in the past."
Sehwag has been in poor
form of late, having scored just
one fifty in 13 innings since
August, but showed his old
touch when he made a quick 46
in the series-clinching victory
a o-t-r
against Sri LanKia L :nnth.
India, the 1983 World Cup
winners, are in Group B with
1996 champions Sri Lanka,
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Georgetown crowned




Pepsi Cup champions



... Berbice whip Bartica 6-3 to claim third place


championships.
Berbice whipped Bartica 6-
3, to claim the third place in a
play-off that had one hat-trick
each for the teams.
Upper Demerara dominated
the match but the strikers could
not match the good build-ups,
meosing the many chances while
Georgetown's goalkeeper Kerry


Legends meet to .
From back page
it again," Hall told the SUN.
"The mere fact that Sir Allen.has decided to do it again
speaks volumes to his commitment and we as the legends are
very happy, having met again. The mere fact that we want to
do it again is indicative of our commitment to the enhancement
of West Indies cricket." he added.
Hall also disclosed there were plans to upgrade the
Stanford Cricket Ground, the venue for last year's tour-
nament which attracted large crowd throughout.
"There will be a difference to the ground next year. There
will be improvements for the players and for the fans ... this
is a beautiful little ground, but we have seen the need to make
improvements and that is what we will do." Hall explained.
"We looked at the funds that have been given to the vari-
ous countries to make sure they are spent in the right way. It
is essential that this happens, as it is imperative for the ad-
vancement of cricket."
A number of major plans will be introduced in a bid to make
the tournament bigger and these will be announced during a
press event scheduled on April 3 here.
Guyana are the defending Stanford Twenty20 champions
after beating Trinidad & Tobago in the final last August


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i In loving memory of our dear mom and sister
SSHARON JENNIFER DANIELS
of 64 D'Urban St W/Rust who
departed this life on March 2, 2006.
March comes with deep regret
A month we will never forget
But we all know its God's will
For in our hearts you linger still ; .
Sleep on beloved mom & sister .
S Take thy sweet rest
For God takes only the best v..
I yB c .--t h S in anes
[ & h -1 ail nephews Sh'r. I -ashWhartonandothr r~hla t.I ves,* =
,., ,7


Please accept sincere thanks all my de'ar friends
aild relatives li' othe love Ud .t'pp.nI you it.r tio
ait the ip ..ii: ,,I:\\1 beloved
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Graham was the city team's one
bright spot to earn the Most
Outstanding Goalkeeper award,
with wingback Kris Comacho
offering good support on the left
flank and captain Trevon
Lythcott on the right.
Georgetown had one clear
chance after a goalless first half,
when a free Andrew Murray Jr,
who was already called to the
senior national squad, got a
loose ball just in front of the
goal, 25 minutes in.
He took the shot from just
inside the box and the ball went
high over the cross.
That was matched by Kevin
Beaton of Upper Demerara, six
minutes later. He collected the
ball inside the box at the left,
with goalkeeper Graham already
out of the goal advancing to try
to intercept, and he sent a right-
footer past the goal at the right.
No goals came in regula-
tion time, a situation that re-
mained unchanged at the
end of extra time, forcing the
players to the penalty spot.
Upper Demerara took the
first kicks and the first five shots


were on target, until Murray lined
up the city's third kick, sending
a soft shot straight to the goal-
keeper for an effortless save.
The next kicks for both
teams were good and Upper
Demerara seemed to be one goal
away from victory. Then Gra-
ham blocked captain Clive
Vickery's shot and Georgetown
were back in the game.
But the highly touted:
Mannaseh Primo sent his right-.
footer wide of the goal to the
left, sending Upper Demerara
wild in celebration.
Upper Demerara captured
the two Most Valuable Player
(MVP) awards, Michael
Crandon for the final and
Beaton for the championship.
Former national Under-
15 captain Sherlon Edwards
of Bert ice scored the most
goals in the championship,
netting seven.
Earlier in the third place
play-off, Edwards blasted a hat-
trick, but that was matched by
fellow national youth player
Dwayne Blake of Bartica, which
turned to be the only goals for


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0 Sharon, you are not forgotten
SThat will never be
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the interior town team, while
one each came from Kenston
Lindey, Roger Crandon and
Delroy Ferdinand for Berbice.
Marketing representative of
Demerara Distillers Limited
(DDL), bottlers of Pepsi here,
Alana Johnson said the compa-
nies were happy to promote
young people in sport, in which
talent was showcased.
President of the Guyana
Football Federation (GFF)
Colin Klass said it was a proud
moment for the national govern-
ing body because sponsors
were hard to come by.
"For development, you need
support. DDL was kind to join
to develop Guyana's football. It
is quite a battle to attract spon-
sors, some citing indiscipline


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The parents Brindley & Patricia
Benn. siblings, son Brindley II
and other relatives express
sincerest thanks and
appreciation for all the words of
comfort and love, flowers, cards


among players for not coming
on board."
Klass said he was impressed
with the young players in tak-
ing the penalties, some outshin-
ing senior players.
"Some senior players do
not do it as good as these young
players."
But the football boss
warned that winning was not
the ultimate criterion, but how
the game vwas played, com-
mending the young players on
their fair play.
"Continue to train hard
and work hard, and continue
school. The senior players
have set the standard now and
we no longer return from in-
ternational tournaments
with our head hung low."


and telephone calls received
during the illness and passing of Monica Patricia
Eslanda Benn.
Special thanks to His Lordship Bishop Randolph
and Mrs George, the very Rev'd Terry Davis,
Canon Khanai and Reverends Coxall and Reynolds.
The vestries of St George's Cathedral and St
James-the-Less Parish and Oranist Mrs Daphne
Scott.
Doctors Haydock Wilson, Anwar Hussain and
Rudolph Cummings.
Mrs Indranie Chandarpal and Members of the
PPP and WPO.
The Management & Staff of Guyenterprise and
SSandy's Funeral Parlour.
The President. Prime Minister and Members of
Cabinet and Mrs Janet Jagan.

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By Isaiah Chappelle
THE holders of the Pepsi Cup
were decided from the penalty
spot at the GFC ground,
Bourda, yesterday, as Upper
Demerara triumphed 4-3 over
Georgetown to be crowned
champions of the inaugural
Inter-association Under-17


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of 256 Cedar Court, Lamaha Gardens.
who died February 11, 2007. wish to .
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Georgetown names 17 K


for Linden/Georgetown si


basketball rivalry


GEORGETOWN has
named a 17-man squad
for the Guyana Amateur
Basketball Federation
(GABF) Georgetown ver-
sus Linden three-game
series which is now
scheduled to begin on
March 17 at the Cliff
Anderson Sports Hall.
The Georgetown coaches
have also released the names of
15 female players who will rep-
resent the side at the competi-
tion.
According to Bobby
Cadogan, one of four coaches
who selected the squad,
there will be three nights of
games. On the 17th and 24th,
action would take place at the
Sports Hall, while Linden
would host the competition
on March 18.


The male players are: from
Courts Pacesetters Royston
Siland. Stephan Gillis and
Naylon Loncke; from Ravens -
Darcel Harris, Kevin Lawrence
and Damian Liverpool; for Nets
- Fabian Johnson, Triston
Tulloch and Sheldon Howell;
for Beepats' Scorpions-
Darren Gordon, Carl Jackman,
Kester Gomes and Darren
Thomas: for Pepsi Sonics -
Ryan Melville and Richard
Braithwaite and one each for
Bounty Colts Dayne Kendall
and Maccabees Bevon Gor-
don.
The female players se-
lected are: Natasha Alder,
Amera Alphonso, Sophia
Elliot, Kean Andrews,
Rashawna Quintin, Delicia
Mayers, Latoya Hamilton,
Tameke Derouche, Natolia


Primo, Karen Norville,
Shaneka Atwell, Laurel
Anderson, Candacy Atkins,
Natolia Bishop and Michela


Burnett. The coaches are
Cadogan, Mark Agard,
Phillip George and Lugard
Mohan.


Sonn to stay as ICC

president until 2009


CAPE TOWN, South Africa
(Reuters) South Africa's
Percy Sonn is to continue as
president of the Interna-
tional Cricket Council (ICC)
until June 2009.
Sonn accepted an invitation
from the ICC to extend his term
during a two-day board meeting
that ended Friday.
'The standard term for an
ICC president is two years and


INVITATION TO TENDER

PARLIAMENT OFFICE


Tenders are hereby invited from suitably qualified Contractors to
undertake the Electrical Re-wiring of parts of the Public Building at
Brickdam, Georgetown.


The Tender Documents can be purchased from the Office of the Clerk of
the National Assembly, Parliament Office, Public Building, Brickdam,
Georgetown, between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm from Monday, March 5,2007.


Tender documents are to be deposited in the tender box located in the
Office of the National Board of Procurement and Tender Administration,
Ministry of Finance, Main and Urquhart Streets, Georgetown, before 9:00
am on Tuesday, Ma. ch 20. 2007.


All Tenders must be accompanied by valid GRA and NIS Certificates and
be addressed to:
The Chairman. National Board of Procurement and Tender
Administration, Ministry of Finance, Main and Urquhart Streets,
Georgetown


Tenderers \ill be required to pay a non-refundable fee of $2,000 for the
tender documents

Tenderers miusi ati.end ithe ite ish at the time and date set in the tender
documents


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(Cl'rk oi the Ntiional Assembly

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that would have seen Mr Sonn
completing his time in office
next year, having taken over at
the 2006 annual conference," an
ICC statement said.
"However, the board has
discretion to invite the incum-
bent to remain in office for a
third year."
The board also received a
report on the two prospective
candidates as Sonn's successor.
The statement said the
committee was deadlocked on
the merits of the duo David
Morgan, chairman of the En-
gland and Wales Cricket
Board, and the president of the
Board of Control for Cricket
in India, Sharad Pawar.


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stables i
six furl
Berbice
tillers L
Lower
meet lto
Jagd
while Si
The oth
stable.
carded f
On'
over $30
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in excel
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first pri;
will run
is the th
mile for
The
three-ye
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Oth
and the


;nnard Memorial Turf


ub Phawah meet...


ix horses to

gallop for

150 000 and

DDL trophy
soned horses, of which three are from the Jagdeo
and two from the Simms stables, will gallop through
lngs of pristine track in Bush Lot Farm. Corentyne,
, hoping to win $150 000 and the Demerara Dis-
imited (DDL) EI'Dorado trophy in the D class and
event of the Kennard Memorial Turf Club Phagwah
morrow.
leo's horses are Isle be True, Ice Folly and Fire Power
mms' will race Getting Something. Laura Lee in Flight.
er horse in the race. Go Geronmmo, comes from Saul's
A total of 45 horses will compete in the seven races
or the day.
Thursday, DDL plunged into the one-day event with
0 000 of support.
*rmation from the club indicated that the ground is
lent condition.
on races off from 13-30 h with the G class event for a
ze of $95 000. race number two the L and Lower -
for a first prize of $75 000. One of the feature events
ird race, the F and Lower class over a distance of one
a first prize of $130 000:
next big event of the day will be race number four, the
ars-old event lso running over a mile and also for $130
I prize.
er races include the J and Lower over tive furlongs,
I and Lower over seven furlongs.


UNIVERSITY of GUYANA

VACANCY FOR A PRINCIPAL & VICE-CCHANCELLOR


Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the position
of Principal & Vice-Chancellor, University of Guyana.

The applicant must hold at least a Ph.D degree and must have
considerable experience in University Administration. Preference will
be given to a person at the Professorial level.

The applicant should demonstrate an awareness of the issues pertinent
to higher education in a developing country such as Guyana; and should
evince a capability of giving leadership in the development and delivery
of tertiary level curricula, relevant to the needs of the country. The
applicant should also have significant experience in planning, research,
and management required for the administration of a university.

The Principal and Vice-Chancellor will be expected to maintain and
promote the good order of the university, for which he/she shall be
responsible to the Council. He/she shall also be responsible for the
general administration of the University.

Salary: negotiable

An attractive package of additional benefits is also offered.

Interested persons should apply, giving a full curriculum vilae and
naming three relerces. Applications should reach the Registrar,
University o-f Guyana, P.O. Box 101110, Georgetown, Guyana, South
America. not later than March 31,2007.


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ICC amends laws for



match referees to



decide on matches


Legacy Run set

for next Sunday


to end at Guyana

National Stadium


A LEGACY run has been
organised by the Ministry of
Culture, Youth and Sport in
collaboration with the
United Nations Children's
Fund for next Sunday
beginning at 06:00 h.
The 10 km run will
commence from two points,
Friendship on the East Bank
of Demerara and Guyoil
Service Station on Sheriff
Street, with both groups
finishing simultaneously in
the Guyana National
Stadium, Providence.
The event is scheduled
to attract some 1 500
Guyanese of different ages,
ability level; and gender, who
will also be given the
opportunity to experience
the country's premier sports
facility.


Ambulances, doctors and
other medical personnel will
follow the run throughout. It
was also assured that adequate
security will be supplied for
competitors and officials at all
times.
Participatory T-Shirts
will be given to all starters
at the starting points, while
individual certificates will be
distributed to all persons
completing the run. Trophies
for each of the three
categories, people with
disabilities, largest
contingents and most
organised, will be presented.
Transportation for
participants and officials
will be provided at various
points of the run. The
activity is expected to be
held annually.


MUMBAI, India (Reuters) -
The International Cricket
Council (ICC) has amended.
its laws so that match refer-
ees, rather than umpires, will
decide whether games should
be terminated if a team re-
fuses to play.
The amendment to Law
21.3 follows last year's row at
the Oval when Pakistan lost to
England by forfeit for refusing
to take the field after being ac-
cused of ball-tampering.
The rule change was
adopted at a two-day ICC board
meeting which ended in Cape
Town on Friday. It takes imme-
diate effect.


Colombia

President

slams

Blatter over

World Cup

remarks
BOGOTA, Colombia
(Reuters) Colombia
President Alvaro Uribe
criticised FIFA chief Sepp
Blatter on Thursday for
suggesting the South
American country's bid to
host the 2014 World Cup
was a publicity stunt.
Blatter, the president of
world soccer's governing
body, said this week that
the bid was aimed at
promoting Colombia rather
than a realistic attempt to
stage the finals.


SEPP BLATTER


"Before he can say that,
he has to get rid of all ihe
mafia who have infected
football, and respect
Colombia," Uribe told
reporters.
Colombia and Brazil
have bid to host the
finals, with the 2014
World Cup earmarked for
South America under
FIFA's rotation system.


"The Board's decision re-
flects the fact that the match
referee is the chief executive
of the match, the person who
has overall responsibility for


BIL'Y DOCTROVE


the way the game is played
and officiated," ICC chief ex-
ecutive officer Malcolm
Speed said in a statement.
"This decision does not,
however, detract from the on-
field role of the umpires and
they would, of course, still re-
main an integral part of the pro-
cess of awarding a match in
those circumstances."
The ICC said umpires
would still have responsibil-
ity for determining the end
of a match in all other cir-
cumstances.
The decision to amend the
law relating to teams refusing to
play was a direct response to
last year's chaotic end to the
Test match between Pakistan
and England.


Pakistan refused to
continue playing after the
two umpires, Australia's
Darrell Hair and West In-
dian Billy Doctrove,
penalised the team five
runs for ball-tampering, a
charge they hotly disputed.
Under the existing laws, the
umpires had no alternative but
to award victory to England,
though the repercussions did not
end there.
Pakistan captain Inzamam-
ul Haq was later banned for four
one-day games for bringing the
game into disrepute. He was
cleared of ball-tampering.
Hair, who was blamed by
Pakistan for causing the row,
was later sacked from the
ICC's elite panel of umpires.


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Essequibo Under-15s beaten by


innings and 33 runs
By Ravendra Madholall


The Guyana Defence Force has the following items for sale by Public
Auction on Thursday, 2007-03-22 and Friday 2007-03-23.

2. 4 Engineers Battalion -Timehri Thursday 2007-03-22


15 Seater Mini Bus
4 x 4 Tovota Pick -up
C- V Trucks


3. Air Corps CJIA

(a) 3

1. Base Camp Avantanna


-Unserviceable

-Sold as Scrap


-Thursday 2007-03-22

M18 Russian Helicopters -Sold as Scrap

-Friday 2007-03-23


4 4 x4 Toyota Pick-up
1 4 x 2 Nissan Pick -up
5 Assorted Generators


-Unserviceable
"


Terms of Sale:
Payment for the article plus 5% Auction Dues at the fall of the
Hammer
- The purchaser to give name and address and to pay at the fall of the
hammer' and to be taken away with all faults within two (2) days after
the sale, upon full payment.
Vehicles will be sold at GDF Headquarters, Camp A~anganna,
Thomas Lands and can be inspected there between 1000) hours to 1130
hours and 1400 hours to 1500 hours, Monday to Friday except on
holidays.
Please liaise w ith Staff Officer 2 Finance, prior to visit, at telephone
number 220-2435.


STAGGERING from one di-
saster to another, Essequibo
cricket reaped the bitter har-
vest of indecision, indisci-
pline, complacency against
Demerara at the completion
of the initial round of the
2007 Castrol two-day Inter-
county cricket competition at
Bourda yesterday. It was a
humiliation-in-awaiting.


early yesterday, the
Essequibians have little time to
get things sorted out before tak-
ing on defending champions
Berbice tomorrow at the Police
ground, while Demerara man-
ager Ian John hailed his team, es-
pecially the bowlers, for their
consistency and accuracy and
more importantly effectiveness
in grabbing 20 wickets in just
over 100 overs.
"The guys did extremely
well, taking 20 wickets in less
- J


CARLOS LA ROSE


NEAL ROMALHO


Outplayed at every turn by
their better-prepared opponents
for the particular demands of
this level of cricket, the
Cinderella County boys were
trounced by an innings and 33
runs, 28 minutes after the re-
sumption of tea.
This was a humbling loss
that only magnified the extent of
continuous declining standards
of their cricket. Once again an
atrocious batting performance
saw the young Essequibians
fold for 87 in their second in-
nings after Demerara, as was
expected, declared on 211 for
seven with a comfortable lead of
120.
Scores in the match:
Essequibo 91 and 87;
Demerara 211-7 declared.
With the contest ending


than two days on a typically
flat Bourda track, so it was a
good all-round effort. The
bowlers did their job well; just
the batsmen will have to show
more application at the crease
and score runs heavily," John
revealed.
Demerara resumed yes-
terday morning comfortably
placed at 159 for four with
Delon Fernandes on 41 and
wicketkeeper/batsman Kevin
Singh on one. Fernandes
went on to hit an impressive
half-century while Singh
grafted a solid unbeaten 37
before the declaration came
at 11:03 h.
The left-handed Fernandes
hit four fours from his 85-ball
55 and he featured in a fine 46-
run fifth-wicket stand with
Singh, who faced 45 balls and
hit three fours in 69 minutes in


a steady unbeaten 37.
Essequibo fast bowler Neal
Romalho, who bowled with
some amount of accuracy and
good line and length, was highly
rewarded with the impressive
figures of five for 29 from 10.3
overs while Keron McLennon
and skipper Rovindra Mohabir
picked up a wicket each.
At lunch the visitors were
22 for one, and, probably were
informed by their coach Vibert
Johnson that application will be
the ingredient to at least salvage
a draw. But right-arm La Rose
had other ideas.
La Rose bounced in from
the northern end and imme-
diately accounted for
McLennon (8) who was spec-
tacularly stumped down the
leg-side by Singh and Rove
Harris (0), to leave their team
precariously placed at 22 for
three. Devenash Ramnarace
who made a quick 15 became
La Rose's third victim.
Mohabir (5), Melvin
Seepersaud, who top-scored in
their first innings with 26 and
did not capitalise on his promo-
tion to number six, stayed
around for 13 before he flashed
at a ball outside the off-stump
by off-spinner Ricardo Devers.
Royan McAII (6), Romalho
(3), and Dwayne Singh (3) were
undone by a combination of
off-spin and leg-spin by the
home team while Keron
Sewnarine who made a defiant
15 tried desperately to make
Demerara bat again.
La Rose, whose leadership
was quite sound, nabbed three
for 14 from nine overs while
off-spinner Jagdesh Bishun in
his eight economical overs
grabbed two for four. There was
one-wicket apiece for Shameer
Fazal, Devers, Amir Khan who
took four wickets in the first in-
nings and pacer Seon Daniels.
bowling for the winners.
Demerara will now meet
Berbice in the final round be-
ginning next Thursday at the
Police Sport Club ground.


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Rastas and Baldheads clash today for


Banks DIH Trophy and GT&T's $75 000


THE cream of Guyana's past
and future footballers will be
on show today when the 'I'
Movement Promotions foot-
ball event is staged at the
GFC ground.
Kick-starting the triple-
header will be a U-13 match-up


between Santos FC and Upris-
ing FC for the Trophy Stall tro-
phy at 15:30 h. The second
contest will bring together Up-
rising and Western Tigers for the
Steve Ninvalle trophy in a U-
17 affair.
Among the national


GABF



meets CBC



payment



.deadline

By Joe Chapman

THE GUYANA Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) on
Friday confirmed that the mandatory fees to show intent
of participation at this year's Caribbean Basketball
Championships were paid to the Caribbean Basketball
SConfederation (CBC) ahead of the deadline for such
payments.
The male tournament is scheduled to take place August 6-
10 in Caguas and the female from August 11-14 in Morovis,
SPuerto Rico.
President of the GABF, Colonel (Ret) Godwin McPherson,
said that the federation and the Twinkllas.com website had paid
the US$2 000 fees to the CBC before Wednesday March 1.
All countries interested in playing at this year's
championships were required to pay this initial $1 000 for each
Sale and female team.
S Guyana last contested the CBC championships in Barbados
in 2000 and has missed the 2002, 2004 and 2006 tournaments
After failing to pay debts incurred over annual affiliation during
Sthe period.
However, last year the GABF cleared those debts and
now seemed ready to send teams to this year's
tournaments.
The best performance of any Guyana team was the 1996
winning of the women's championship.
A decision was taken late last year to have the Caribbean
Basketball Confederation's (CBC) Senior Men and Women
basketball championships staged this year in Puerto Rico.
Last year's biennial championships, as it were, saw Jamaica
win the men and the women's titles.
They had duplicated the 2004 Cubans who dominated
Sthe championship at home to win double crowns. Guyana
last contested the Caricom Basketball Championships in
Barbados in 2000.
The CBC Executive Committee in November last year
in the United States Virgin Islands decided that the Junior
Tournaments would not be played as planned in 2007.
The bid for the staging of the championship was won
by Puerto Rico over the Dominican Republic and
Suriname, whose bids were not considered after they failed
to show at the General Assembly of the Caribbean
Basketball Confederation, which met towards the end of
January in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles.
The decision to divide the staging of the tournaments
came from the Puerto Rico Basketball Federation and
supported by the majority of the Caribbean basketball
federations.
But, this was after host nation Puerto Rico Federation
had proposed to stage only the men's tournament. It was
noted that the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC)
rules mandate that both competitions be held in the same
country.
The two top teams would qualify for the 2008
Centrobasket Tournament.
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TERRENCE ARCHER


youth players to be in action
are Michael Henry, Cloyd
Bascomb, Lumumba Hinds
and Telston Bowen for Up-
rising, while Tigers will have
in their line-up Manasseh
Primo and brothers Odel and
Kallo Nelson.
The main attraction fea-
'turirig Rastafari Patriarchs
and Baldhead Masters will
not have in any overseas
player due to flight difficul-.
ties; however the 'I' Move-
ment Promotions is hopeful
of having the overseas play-


ers for Part Two of the Series
set for month-end.
Both camps have expressed
confidence in winning the Banks
DIH challenge trophy and the
GT&T's cash incentive of $75
000. Expected in the Rasta line-
up are-former national players
Gordon Brathwaite, Vibert
Butts, Orrin Ag'rd and Terry
Burnette. Past seasoned divi-
sion one players Natty
Wiltshire, Terry Frank, Peter
Prescott, Hector Forte, Deryck
Gritten and Allan La Rose will
be part of the Rastas' side.


The Baldheads will be
spearheaded by ex-national cap-
tain Terrence Archer and will in-
clude Nicky Thompson,
Selwyn Bailey, Marlon
DeSouza, Dennis Hunte, Carey
Jacques, Ken O'Donoghue,
Ronald Barker, Michael Pedro,
Calmeth Young and Mark Van
Lewin. "
The feature game will
kick off at 19:00 h and the
teams will be met by officials
from Banks DIH and GT&T
as well as the Minister of
Sport.


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ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) Organisers of the Stanford
20/20 cricket tournament have begun planning for the sec-
ond aging of the event. sched-
uled for later this year, the
Antigna SUN reported Frida3. r
-The paper, which is owned
by the financier of the tourna-
ment Sir Alien Slanford, said the
esni Indies crickel legends, who
comprise the Stanford Twenry20O
board. nmt here Thursday to dis-
cuss plans for the event
Only Sir Garfield Sobers,
who was unwell, was absent at
the meeting chaired by Sir
Alen, the SUN added.
Reverend Wes Hall a member WES HALL
of the Stanford Twenty20 board,
said they were prvileged to be asked to organise the second
tournament.
"It's alright to have a good season, but it's better to do
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I AM NOT DISCRIMINATING THIS WEEK.
Men are complaining that I am always giving advice to women
and not to them. So here goes something for you guys.
Woman often tell themselves that they need to keep some se-
crets from their men. Well, the inverse is true as well. There
are certain things that your woman should never find out
about you.
For instance, she doesn't need to know about the hot girl who
works at your office, and you don't want her to know that you
cried for a week after your ex dumped you flat.
After all, you always need to maintain some leverage in your
relationship. And as soon as your lady has all the goods on you,
the power distribution will have shifted dramatically. Furthermore,
keeping some information to yourself might help keep her honest,
and it saves you from the risk of public embarrassment.
Here are the top 10 things your girl/woman should never know
about you. Keep this valuable info to yourself, but remember this:
If your woman can potentially find out about any of the following
from another source, you might as well give it up right now.
If she discovers any ofyour little secrets by means of an alter-
nate party, you'll have to deal with her screams over both the in-
formation in question and the fact that you tried to cover it up.
Your conquest count
Look, you know how many women you've bagged and it's
probable that some of your friends do, too. But that's where this
circle of info should close. It's not necessary to give your current
lover a running tally of conquests. Sure, you both want to be safe
when it comes to sex. And I encourage you to get yourself tested
to prove to both her and yourself that you're clean (of course, she
should do the same).
But there's no need to divulge numbers doing so will upset
her and put you at risk of spending the night alone.


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Your income
As a relationship progresses, it is natural that a couple come to
grow familiar with each other's finances. But in the early stages of
dating, there is a very sound and reasonable argument for playing
your personal monetary value close to the vest. Two words: gold
diggers. You could have the bank account of Donald Trump or the
debts of Mike Tyson: either way. she shouldn't know. Let her dig
you for you first.
Then, if you're flush, you can buy her the stuff she likes and
such. And if you're broke, she'll either ditch you because you don't
buy her stuff, or she'll prove that she's of a worthy character by
sticking with you. So keep your Benjamins to yourself.


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The location of your porn stash
Guys like porn. A lot of chicks do. too. There's no sense, how-
ever, in mixing up your fantasy world with the real one.
As soon as your lady gets wind that you have a porn stash,
there's a good chance that she'll be crying about how she has to
compete with Jenna Jameson or Nia Long whenever she sleeps with
you.
And man, you do not need that kind of stress every time you
want to get it on. Worse yet, she could get all crazy and throw out
your collection when you aren't looking. Protect your porn. and
keep it under wraps.
Your weaknesses
Maybe you cry during insurance commercials, or maybe you
aren't really as self-confident as you make yourself out to be in
public. These frailties don't matter as long as she never finds out
about them. If she does, she'll start making all sorts of "cute" jokes
at your expense. Or the revelation that her man isn't quite the man
that she thought he was will put her off of you entirely.
Be strong and keep your weaknesses undercover no matter what
they say about men should show their feminine side. To hell with
that!
Your strip club experiences
Do you like going to peeler bar? Enjoy watching the ladies dance
around erotically for your pleasure? Want to maintain the strip club
as al open option for an evening's entertainment?
Then do not tell your woman that you go there. Don't even
concede that you used to go regularly.'She'll want to know why
you like it. and how much you spend on "tips" for the girls. Even
those women who claim to have no problems with strip clubs will
somehow twist this habit of yours to their advantage. Simply put,
this is a conversational road you do not want to go down.
Your weirder fantasies
Certain fantasies should be shared and enjoyed together. But
you may be into freaky stuff that she just wouldn't understand.
Maybe your sexual fantasies involve garden tools or shellfish, and
you're just not sure if your lady will appreciate them. Well, there's
a good chance that she won't. There are certain daydreams that
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you and your imagination should take care of on your
own, and that you shouldn't divulge to your lady.
Once she knows what dark thoughts are running through
your head, she may head for the door faster than you can
say "gimp."
Your masturbation frequency
Women know that guys masturbate. It's a fact of life.
But your woman doesn't need to know the frequency, dura-
tion and tools that you use to get off it might just pique
her curiosity. A guy wants to be alone when he's playing
with himself, and you don't need her trying to sneak up on
Syou when you're having some "personal time."
Your ex-girlfriend memorabilia
You might have kept naked pictures of your exes. Maybe
You've stashed away their love letters or their panties. Heck,
you may have a whole database of their names and personal
Sinfo printed up on an Excel spreadsheet.
Whatever the case, never let your current squeeze find
out about your memorabilia. Even if she's willing to leave
the past in thepast, you can bet that she won't balk at drop-
ping their names as ammo in future fights.
For example: "I see then. I guess Melissa would have
never done that, would she?" Get the picture? Besides, these
are your private memories your new girl just doesn't need
to know.
Your embarrassing moments
We've all had them. And I'm not just talking about light
Embarrassment, like farting in public or getting caught in a
Freudian slip. I'm talking about severe, crippling
embarrassment, on the scale of soiling the sheets or having
San ex post an indecent picture of you online. If you've
Suffered this kind of monstrous humiliation, she should not
Sget a whiff of it. The idea of it and the accompanying visual
will surely blow your cool factor right out of the water, and
leave your woman killing herself with laughter.
It's not the best way to remain slick, and there's a good
chance that she'll never look at you in the same light again.
You've already lost your pride once over the incident; there's
no need to relive the experience. I
Your cheating past
Maybe you were just a conniving player back in the day.
Or you might have had complicated issues with an ex that
drove you into the arms of another woman. No matter what
the reasons, no matter how strong your determination is to
mend your ways and get a clean start with someone new,
your cheating past is something that you never want to re-
veal to your lady.
She'll automatically think that you're looking to score
behind her back every chance you get, and you'll never get a
fair shake from her again.
The dirt on your buds
Never dish the dirt about your buddies to your woman.
SWhat constitutes dirt? Well, think of it this way: Never
Sell your girls things about your pals that they wouldn't
reveal to their own ladies for instance, the 10 things listed
above. There are a couple of very good reasons underlying
this.
The first is that finking them out is a serious violation
of the guy code. The second is that you don't want to im-
plicate yourself by association: If you're always going on
about how much time your buddy Dave spends at the peel-
ers, she'll start to wonder how much time you spend there
with him. Be a man, cover for your brothers and you'll cover
for yourself. I
Now that you know what information you should
keep well-hidden from your woman, you'll always look
cool and strong for the ladies. Just remember; loose lips
sink ships.
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* Currently studying for Level 3 CAT or equivalent.
* Experience with Peachtree and Quickbooks or similar
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Previous experience in a similar position would be
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HELLO,
Adult child of an alcoholic here. I still don't know what to do
with my life. -I don't take any risks. I live in television, mov-
ies, and books. Is there a career in that or is that just escap-
ism?
I have big dreams and then talk myself down. Example: What
if I wrote a novel, and it gets published? What if someone starts
to stalk me? Or sues me? Or someone from my past writes some-
thing about me in a tabloid? I don't start anything so I can't finish
anything. I know there is more but am so afraid.

BECKY

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Becky, Wayne often says he admires the amoeba, a tiny crea-
ture with only one cell. If you watch an amoeba through a
microscope, you will see a creature which moves toward what
it needs and recoils from what it doesn't. Life is no more com-
plicated than that.
People with good parents and favorable circumstances build
from a center of encouragement, and they have a place to fall back
to. People whose development was thwarted cannot change until
they are freed from their negative conditioning.
To cope with things like alcoholism or abuse they developed
certain patterns of thought and behavior. These patterns are the
normal operation of a mind recoiling from a bad situation, and un-
fortunately, they can't be changed by will power alone. These pat-
terns include such mental habits as reliving bad memories, physical
habits like holding tension in the muscles, and emotional habits like
dwelling on fears.
Last week we offered three techniques to break these pat-
terns. The mind can be freed through simple exercises focus-
ing on the breath; books on mindfulness, relaxation, and medi-
tation explain such techniques. The body can be freed through
simple stretching and flexibility exercises, like the warm-ups
people do before a sport, or the exercises taught in a begin-
ning yoga class.
Two weeks ago Tamara made //
a comparison to a block of ice. We -
cannot change its shape with will
power, but if we restore the ice to
its original form-water-we can
refreeze it into almost any shape


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we desire. If we restore the mind and body to their original state,
we can break our negative conditioning and transform our lives.
What you need to do is recondition your mind, recondition your
body, and understand what you are capable of by seeing what oth-
ers are capable of. That is why we mentioned a third technique:
look for good role models. They can show you how to live. Seek
out highly functioning people the way ancient navigators sought
the pole star.
Lastly, we want to address your fears. The fears you have
today are no more than the fears you had as a child in slightly
different form. As a child you worried about why daddy was
drunk and why mommy lied for daddy. As an adult you
torture yourself with fears about being sued or being trashed
by a tabloid. When you dissolve your negative conditioning,
those fears will also dissolve.
Can you publish a novel? Perhaps. But often the desire to write
or paint or live in the country is simply a placeholder. It stands
for something else. It stands for the desire to uncork the bottle; it
stands for the desire to release the energy trapped in negative pat-
terns. Until you begin to change you won't know what your de-
sire to write is really about.
What we are suggesting is very, very simple. It does not pre-
clude using any other means, like counseling or support groups, to
help you change. But people who follow this path look.back after
a period of years and feel their life was guided by an unseen hand.
That unseen hand is the natural unfolding of their potential as a
human being.
Like the amoeba, which can change its form to adapt to cir-
cumstances, you can change in ways you cannot now imagine.

WAYNE &TAMARA


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DR. J. F. EVERTSZ,
Dermatologist (Skin Specialist) will be in
Guyana on 6, 7 and 8, March, 2007, from
9 am to 5 pm.

Clinics will be held on those days at
Mercy Hospital.

For more information please call Mercy
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I Chronicle March 4, 2007 PagelV
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The dangers of drug



abuse in dental


patients


EVERYONE is affected by
the stress of modern life and
in the quest for respite, ironi-
cally, uncontrolled self medi-
tation in all forms is prac-
ticed which sometimes leads
to serious situations.
Occasionally, dental person-
nel prescribe medications for
their patients unnecessarily, an
act which in itself constitutes
drug abuse. While all drugs pro-
duce undesirable side effects
cognizance must also be given to
the various conditions derived
from the use of certain drugs.
Up to eight grams (one third
of an ounce) of sugar is added
to every two teaspoons of some
liquid forms of medication in or-
der to preserve the product and
conceal an unpleasant taste. If
taken several times a day. the
last intake often at bedtime and
perhaps kept in the mouth for
a minute or two before being
swallowed, the effect on the
teeth will rapidly be cata-
strophic in the form of decay.
Therefore, without quite realiz-
ing it cough syrup, etc. can
cause dental caries in persons
who do not adhere to the rules
of oral health.
Aspirin is probably the


most frequently used drug. In-
deed, it is widely to be capable
of preventing chronic heart dis-
ease if taken consistently, and
also promoted as the best medi-
cine for arthritis. However, a
daily intake of two to three as-
pirins results in five milliliters
(one teaspoon) of blood being
lost in the faeces every 24 hours
due to the erosion effect on the
protective mucosal barrier of the
stomach.
If this continues for some
time without dietary supple-
mentation of iron, the person
may eventually develop iron
deficiency anemia, the symp-
toms of which can include a
smooth tongue surface, ten-
derness in the oral cavity,
pain when swallowing, tired-
ness and shortness of breath.
Hookworm infestation may
present identical symptoms.
Because the oral symptoms
predominate, it is likely that
the dentist will be the first to
diagnose the problem, espe-
cially in postmenopausal
women.
Every patient currently on
systemic corticosteroid medica-
tion should be covered with an
extra dose of steroid on the day


The Dentist Advises
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he visits the dentist. If this is
not done, the stressful experi-
ence could trigger an adrenal in-
sufficiency syndrome with a
sudden fall in blood pressure,
leading to severe shock and even
death.
It is estimated that the risk
of an allergic reaction in asth-
matic patients is five to 10 times
higher than in normal patients.
They are especially prone to re-
act allergically if treated with
penicillin or aspirin. Aplastic
anemia is a serious and some-
time fatal complication of the
use of drugs that can depress
the bone marrow, resulting in an
arrest of the production of red
and white blood cells and plate-
lets. One of the first symptoms
in this condition is spontaneous
bleeding of the gums with oral
sores in a very pale patient.
Among the drugs known
to induce bone marrow de-
pression are chloramphenicol
and phenylbutazone com-
monly known used to treat
typhoid and arthritis respec-
tively. Patients' suffering
from grand mal epilepsy (the
type with convulsions) usu-


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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

The Public is hereby notified that the Environmental Impact Assessment (ElA) for the
Barama Housing Inc. Sustainable Logging Operations in the Cuyuni Area has been
submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency by Barama Housing Inc.

in accordance with the Environmental Protection Acl. No. 11 1996. members of the
public are hereby invited, within sixty (60) days of thc publication of this notice, to
review the report and make such written submissions to the Environmentai Pr1;'!'c!!
Agency. as they consider appropriate.

The EIA is available on the EPA website and can also be obtained on request at a
reasonable cost of photocopying at the following locations:


1) Director. Environmental Management Division
Environmental Protection Agency
U.G. Campus, Turkeyen,
greaterr Georgetown
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ally take hydantoin sodium.
This drug causes the gums to
swell which may ultimately
cover most of the crowns of
the teeth.
It is advisable that before
dental treatment these persons
should have pre-medication
with sedatives such as diazepam
or oxazepam.
Chlorhexidine is a widely
used, very effective disinfectant
in the mouth. The recom-
mended concentration routine
use is 0.2%. It is well known
that Chlorhexidine can cause
discoloration of the teeth and
tongue while inducing taste dis-
turbances.
Consequently; as an im-
portant participant in the
treatment process, the dan-
ger of potential drugs must
never be underestimated.


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Morocco King


pardons 900
MORROCO's King Mohammed VI has pardoned almost
9,000 prisoners to mark the birth of his daughter.
More than 24,000 prisoners are to have their sentences re-
duced, the justice ministry said in a statement.
The BBC's Richard Hamilton in Morocco says it is the larg-
est number of inmates to be given a royal pardon.
Human rights groups have often criticised the cramped con-
ditions in which an estimated prison population of 55,000 are
incarcerated.
Amongst those still held in detention are hundreds of sus-
pected Islamist militants who were arrested in the wake of sui-
cide bombings in
Casablanca in -

The justice
ministry said the
pardon was moti-
atied by humani- .
tarian consider- i :
nations, and a wish
for prisoners to be
re-iniegrakid into '
Moroccan society. .. ;
"The releases -
have already begun Z: ... '"
and could take as
long as a week to be completed," a ministry spokesman is
quoted by Reuters news agency as saying.
Our correspondent says it is customary in the North Afri-
can kingdom to mark national and religious holidays and spe-
cial occasions with prisoner releases.
There has been great excitement over the birth of the king's
new daughter and second child, Princess Lalla Khadija, which
happened earlier this week.
The monarchy is venerated by Moroccans and the king
is believed to be a descendant of the Prophet Muhammed,
our reporter says. (BBC)


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Call for Proposals for Community based Micro-projects to be
funded by the European Commission under the Guyana Micro-
Projects Programme

Publication reference 2007/001 Lots 1 to 7
The Ministry of Finance of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, represented by the Chairman of the Board of
the Guyana Micro-projects Programme, is seeking proposals for community based micro-projects in sectors as
outlined below.
The Guidelines for Applicants are available for consultation at:-

Guyana Micro-projects Office
109 E Barrack Street
Kingston,
Georgetown, .
Telephone 226-3305 or 226-3423
email: grm pI-,,iguvar ,lit 'g/
and on the following internet sites: lp "..'..' gnipp gy
and ilup :,leiropa eu n t/ucmni,'u:cpeaaid' framP 12 p

There will be 7 monthly submissions of concept notes: March 30 at 16:00 Hrs, April 30 at 16:00 Hrs, May 31 at
16:00 Hrs, June 29 at 16:00 Hrs, July 31 at 16:00 Hrs, August 31 at 1C:00 Hrs and September 28 at 16:00 Hrs.

Deadlines for the submissions of full applications are: April 30 at 16:00 Hrs, May 31 at 16:00 Hrs, June 29 at
16:00 Hrs, July 31 at 16:00 Hrs, August 31 at 16:00 Hrs, September 28 at 16:00 Hrs, October 31 at 16:00 Hrs.

Information sessions on this call for proposals will be held on the second Thursday of the month at 15:00 Hrs
in the Micro Proj '- ffic The first information session will be organised on March 8" at the Guyana Micro
Projects Office. Additional information sessiu, "wil be organised in the communities at dates to be announced
separately.

The purpose of the Guyana Micro-projects Programme is to improve the socio-economic conditions ot
vulnerable groups through development of sustainable and participatory
self-help schemes. Consequently, eligible micro-projects should focus at the community level focusing on:

1) employment / income generation
2) training / education, communication and good governance
3) other socio-economic sectors.

A ceiling of EUR 30,000.00 (GYD 7,800,000,00) will apply.for all micro-projects in Georgetown and the Coastal
Areas. However, in the hinterland, projects may be approved up to an amount of EUR 50,000 (GYD
13,115,000,00). A 25% minimum contribution by the beneficiaries in cash or in kind is essential if a proposal is
to be approved.

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I ALITERARY


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THE GLOBAL FUND TO PREVENT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA &
TUBERCULOSIS
GRANT# GYA-304-G01-H
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
The Cooperative Republic of Guyana has received financing from The Global Fund
the fight HIV/AIDS, Malaria & Tuberculosis. It is intended that part of the proceeds
of this financing will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for minor civil
works.
1. The Government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana invites sealed
bids from eligihl- contractors for the construction of the following site:
Upgrade of facilities-Youth drop-in Centre, Region No. 4.
2. Interested eigili-i bidders may obtain further information for, and inspect
the bidding documents at the following address from 09:00h to 15:00h.
The Ministry of Human Services & Social Security
Attention: Permanent Secretary, Mr. Trevor Thomas
Water & Cornhill Streets
Georgetown, Guyana
Tel: (592) 223-7585
3. A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by
interested bidders on submission of a payment of a non-refundable fee of
G$5.000 for each site mentioned above. The method of payment will be by
cheque. The document may be uplifted at the above address at the time of
payment.
4. Site visits for the Youth drop in centre, Region No. 4. will be confirmed at a
later date.
5. Bids must be delivered in envelopes to the following address and clearly
marked:
THE GLOBAL FUND TO PREVENT HIV/AIDS,
MALARIA & TUBERCULOSIS
GRANT# GYA-304-G01-H
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Renovation and Upgrading'Qf sites
(inclusive of identifying the individual site)
SAttn: The Chairman
National Procurement and Tender Administration Board
SMinistry of Finance
Main and Urquhart Sts.
t Georgetown, Guyana
6. Valid compliance certificates must accom ods from the Guyana
Revenue Authority (RA) and L- ..,y s the Guyana
Revenue Authority (RA) e National Insurance Scheme (NIS),
Guyana.
7. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of 2.0% of the bid price.
8. All Bids must be deposited in the Tender Box in sealed envelopes at the
National Procurement and Tender Administration Board, Ministry of
Finance. Main and Urquhart Streets. Georgetown, Guyana, not later than
9:00 am on Tuesday, March 27. 2007. The bids must be addressed to the
Chairman, National Procurement and Tender Administration Board and
marked on the top right-hand corner of the envelope "the name if the
programme and the description of the bid. including the words "do not
open before Tuesday, March 27, 2007."
9 Bids wil be opened in the presence of bilier's epesentatives and anyone
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by Petamber Persaud
"Mandal" means a place of
intellectual and cultural ac-
tivity in India.
Rayman Mandal has always
been and continues to be intel
lectually inclined, gathering his
knowledge from institutions
around the world and from an
exciting, fast-paced and reward-
ing life. Not onlydid he acquire
knowledge but he also shared
his knowledge in various ways,
from politicking to teaching to
writing to publishing.
His education was varied
and complex, influenced by
prevailing social, political, and
economic conditions of his time.
His early education came by
way of the Ursuline Covent for
Kindergarten at Camp and
Church streets; Sacred Heart
Primary, Main Street; and by
private tutors. The private as-
pect of his education was
coloured by ambitious consider-
ations to suit the dictates of his
father.


Mandal spent two years ;at
Queen's College but his father
relocated him to St. Stanislaus
College because Mandal's
youthful zest for life redirected
his attention to sports ,nd arn
which his father thought were
useless pursuis.
He finished college in 1960.
Influenced bv hish main tutor,
Jadu, and the exciting pre-inde-
pendence conditions at the time,
he became active in the Progres-
sive Youth Organisation (PYO),
youth arm of the People's Pro-
gressive Party (PPP), a move
which catapulted him to Mos-
cow, USSR, where he gained
distinctions in his Diploma in
political science.
In a relative easy transition.
he was appointed to Budapest,
Hungary, where he was
Guyana's representative at
World Federation of Democratic
Youth (WFDY). There he be-
came English editor of WORLD
YOUTH. a magazine published
in several languages. In 1966, he
returned'from Europe to a new


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Guyana, an Independent
Guyana, and being intellectually
inclined, he was determined to
get higher education.
Mandal started studies at
the University of Guyana where
he successfully pursued a
double-major in French and
Spanish in 3 years. He had ear-
lier passed his "A" Level exams
in French and Spanish studying
on his won. His pursuit of in-
tellectual inquiry also led hi,
thirst for literature, and hli
opened himself to writings from
different worlds and ciilurer.
wriitnis which eventual!\ inf;u-
enccd his rlliiiu.
Mandal produced a "dai.:r-
ent" poetry philosophical. ,i-
tirical and aboundiin in sin %-
bols. Nineteen seventv-'four
found him at the University of
Ontario reading for a master's
degree in Spanish. after which he
returned to Guyana as Lecturer
in Spanish at the University of
Guyana. This constant return-
ing to Guyana characterizes his
loie for his country and his in-
tention to contribute to its na-
tional development. Between
1976 and 1979, his first stint at
the University of Guyana had
ended.
In 1980, he was awarded
a Fulbright/Laspan Scholar-
ship, and was accepted at the
University of Texas to pursue
a Phd. in Latin American
Studies. There he spent three
years majority in Latin
American Literature and
Politics. Mandal passed his
doctoral exams, but personal
circumstances prevented him
from completing his disserta-
tion which was supposed to be

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on the Novel of the Dictator in Latin America.
Returning to Guana for the third time in 1983. Mandal continued to lecture in Spanish and Latin I
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American literature at the University of Guyana. After teaching at University of Guyana, he moved to SPECl
New York in 1986, where, after teaching for twenty unbroken years at Horace Mann School in New I
York. one of New York's most elite private schools.
Rayman Manda was bo in Durban MandalStreet, WerkenRust, Georgetown British Guiana in 1942.
From page \rl film,, which h c,,ul, bh
.LIULI'ICd later iUn tile. 3car.


He was the second of te n s ibings. His mother. Ursula Ragwoen was born in Guyana while his father,
Altafar Rahim Mto Guyandal came to Guyana from West Beng in 13. Mandal India inued t1930s. The n after was a general HE
merchant w h o continued his financial pursuit by opening th e eventual popular "Bombay Bahe aar" in
New York in 1986, where, after teaching for twenty unbroken years at force Mann School in NewOF GEO


York one Although his mother was of Tamil decent (Madras), she was inclined to Catholicism, whilehools.
his fatherayman M was a staunch Muslim.n Durban Street, Weled the children to acquire the best of both1942.
He was the second of ten sing his experience as an educator and political activist, Mandal's intel-
lectual activity extendal came to w rating poetry, starting a lite rary journal, "Release", and a l pub-


lishing house, "Release Publishers."
m Release" was intended to be ancial pursuit for the relative mind be it in writing or publishing, and for" in
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Al though his m other was of Tamil decent (Madras), she was inclined to Catholicism, while bds ollo
his father was a sta d during the period when people were afraid t criticize th e government. The best of owrit no.
working had to be supported by its experience an edlost as "even the frog's croak growMandals hoarse".
"Release" ran from 1976ctual activity extended to writing1979 poetry, starting a literaryint at the University of Guyana. rn ofb-ana
fishing hournal survivelease Publishaper and ink shortages of the 1970s, but the survival of the publica- c the S
"Reletions was partially due to acquisition of the magazine and books by the Min istry of Education. to payments under he c
anyone target a audience of his publications was, among other things, the schools. From the Re- lcils itt lie liir bids Ioeallh,
This was during the period when people were afraid to criticize the government. Therefore. writ- [)cveloplnciii husino. (.}PN
ing had to be supported by its publication or else all is lost as "even the fiog's croak grows hoarse".
"Release" ran from 1976 to 1979 parallel to his teaching stint at the University of Guyana. Thc (jovernlnctlt of(juyana has
The journal survived the paper and ink shortages of the 1970s, but the survival of the pullica- part of, the cost of, tile tltahh Se
tions was partially due to acquisition of the magazine and books by the Ministry of Education. 11,(11 to payments under thie co
The target audience of his publications was, among other things, the schools. From the Re- facility. "lh inisnoi'(11eahh
lease Publishers came many significant and singular publications including "Poems of Resis- Georgetlox n Public Hospital In-
tance" (1979) and "Poems of Affinity" (1980) by Martin Carter who was a contributing factor
in the encouragement of the magazine. Bidding will be conducted throat
Others books coming out of that house include Temples and Mosques by Kara Singh (1980). and Iner-A.ierican Development B,
Guyanese Sugar Plantations in Late 19th Century by Walter Rodney (1979). the hner-American Developie
Release Publishers also produced works on Amerindians such as Guyana Legends, Focus on the defined in the guidelines.
Amerindians edited by Dr. Walter Edwards, as well as Geomorphology of Guyana by Dr. Daniel.
Mandal also published the first Journal of the Arts for the Faculty of Arts. Most of these publications Interested eligible bidders may c
are now out of print and Mandal hopes to continue publishing when he returns to Guyana.
Rayman Mandal has now retired from teaching in New York and plans to return to Guyana The lHealth Sector Developmen
in the near future to rekindle his love for, among other things, literature and publishing. At: Di: (rCharles Garre
;GPHC C'oipollnd
Source: Ealst Satrct
Interview with Rayman Mandal, Georgetown, Guyana, Geoigetown, Guiana
January 2007 T. (O'9 -6-2


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Two Courts found Sanichar guilty



of unlawful possession of spirits


CUSTOMS Bush
Rum Squad
removed the
flooring of businessman
Sanichar's dining room,
at Triumph, East Coast,
Demerara, on January
31, 1961, where they
found a quantity of bush
rum.
Sanichar, who claimed the
bush rum as his property was
charged with unlawful posses-
sion of spirits, and was con-
victed by a magistrate.
Represented by Senior
Counsel, Mr. E. V. Luckhoo ,
(who later became Chancellor of
the Judiciary) Sanichar ap-
pealed the magistrate's ruling,
contending that he did not have
-aIairtrial.
Appearing for the Crown
was the then Crown Counsel,
Mr. Mohammed Shahabuddeen
(who later became Attorney
General of Guyana).
The Full Court constituted


by Justice Harold Boilers and
Justice Guya Persaud upheld
the magistrate's ruling and dis-
missed the appeal brought by
Sanichar.


LESIW :i U


The facts of the case dis-
closed that in the appellant's
(Sanichar) absence a number of
bottles containing bush rum
were found by customs officers
under a floor board in his din-
ing room. The room adjoined a
grocery on the lower storey of
a two-storeyed building.
A door leading to the room
was kept open all day but was
locked at nights. There was no
, idencethat persons other than
the appellant and his family oc-
cupied the premises.
Three days later, and after
it was decided to prosecute, an-
other customs officer visited the
premises and on this occasion


the appellant admitted without
having been cautioned that the
rum was his.
On this evidence he was
convicted of being in unlawful


and a portion of the ground
floor was devoted to the opera-
tion of a grocery and parlour.
There was a room contigu-
ous with and behind the grocery


iLeefie By George Barclay


possession of spirits. On ap-
peal it was contended on his be-
half that any of the inmates
could have placed the rum un-
der the floor board and that in
the absence of a caution his
statement was inadmissible.
The Full Court held
there was enough evidence to
support a finding that the ap-
pellant was in possession of
the rum. The statement was
admissible in evidence.
The judgment of the Court
disclosed that the appellant and
his family occupied a two-sto-
reyed building at Triumph, East
Coast, Demerara. He used the
top storey as his living quarters,


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and connected to a kitchen by
means of a passageway; a door
opens from the room on to the
passageway.
The evidence is that the ap-
pellant and his family used the
room as a dining room, and
when the officers of the Cus-
toms and Excise Department
visited the premises on January
31, 1961, they found in this
room a tin of biscuits and about
six dozen empty bottles.
Upon the removal of two
boards of the floor in this room
five large bottles and 9 half
bottles containing liquid and la-
belled "D'Aguiar's XM Rum
were found.
The officers thereupon in-
formed the appellant's daughter,
the sole occupant of the shop
present at that time that the
appellant would be prosecuted.
The Government Analyst
had certified that the 17 bottles
all contained rum of varying
strength and totalling approxi-
mately 266 fluid ounces ; 20
fluid ounces are equivalent to
one pint.
As a result the appellant
was charged for the unlawful
possession of spirits, contrary
to section 89 (1) of the Spirits
Ordinance, Chapter 319. The
appellant was convicted and it
is against this conviction that
the appeal is now brought, the


judgment explained.
The appellant's case was
that he was never in possession
of the rum, and on this appeal
two main points arise from dis-
cussion.
The first is that there was
not sufficient evidence before
the magistrate on which he



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ATTORNEY GENERAL
MOHAMED
SHAHABUDDEEN

could have found possession in
the appellant, and secondly that
the evidence to the effect that
the appellant had, on one occa-
sion when another Customs Of-
ficer had visited the premises
some three days after the date
of the alleged offence, admitted
without being cautioned, that
the rum was his, ought not to
have been received on the
ground that it was a statement
made without the necessary
caution having been given.
There can be no question
but that the rum was found on
the premises of the appellant,


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and secreted under the floor of
a room occupied by the appel-
lant, the Full Court had said.
After rejecting a number
of submissions by Appellant's
counsel, the Full Court had
said "we are of the view tht
the magistrate has before
him enough evidence upon
which he could have found
that the appellant was in pos-
session of the rum."
Dealing with the second
submission, the judgment added
that "if the evidence of the
appellant's admission that the
rum belonged to him was le-
gally admissible, we are clearly
of the opinion that this would
have satisfied the 'mental ele-
ment' referred to in Meerza v.
Harding.
"The evidence is that no
caution had been administered
before the alleged admission,
and the submission is that the
Customs Officers having previ-
ously made up their minds to
prosecute the appellant, should
have cautioned him before mak-
ing any enquires of him, and as
a result, the answer given by
the appellant three days after
the seizure of the rum was in-
admissible."
Counsel further submit-
ted, according to the judg-
ment, that the answer was
elicited if indeed it was elic-
ited as a result of a trap.
Continuing its judgment, the
Full Court explained that "it has
long been established as a posi-
tive rule of English Criminal
Law, that no statement by an
accused is admissible in evidence
against him unless it is shown
by the prosecution to have been
a voluntary statement, in the
sense that it had not been ob-
tained from him either by fear
of prejudice or hope of advan-
tage, exercised or held out by a
person in authority.
"The point of that passage
is that the statement must be a
voluntary statement, any state-
ment which has been extorted
by fear of prejudice or induced
by hope of advantage held out
by a person in authority is not
admissible.
"As Lord Sumner points
out, logically these consider-
ations go to the value of the
statement rather than to the
admissibiity. The question as to
whether a person has been
duly cautioned before the state-
ment was made is one of the
circumstances that must be
taken into consideration, but
this is a circumstance that a
judge should exercise his discre-
tion.
S"It cannot be said as a mat-
ter of law that the absence of a
caution makes the statement in-
admissible; it may tend to show
that the person was not upon
his guard as to the importance
of what he was saying or as to
the bearing upon some change
of which he has nol been in-
lbrnned."
"The mere fact that a
statement is made in answer
to a question put by a police
constable is not in itself suf-
ficient to make the statement
inadmissible in Law", the
Full Court asserted as it dis-
missed the appeal and af-
firmed the conviction and
sentence by the magistrate.


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for the World Cup?


By Boria Majumdar

(BBC) THIS poser is worry-
ing a lot of people barely two
weeks away from the opening
of the showpiece event.
For the small, independent
nations, of varying economic
strengths, that comprise the
West Indies, the tournament
presents big challenges.
Most of the host islands
have populations between
100,000 and 300,000. They
could face up to 50,000 inter-
national visitors during the
event.
The islands may include
some of the world's premier
tourist destinations. But the
challenges of staging a sporting
event of this magnitude are very
different.
Take Barbados. It will be
hosting six of the eight final-
round play off games, including
the high profile India-Pakistan
and India-West Indies clashes.
Nightmare
The problems begin at the
airport. There are only four
customs counters. The time
taken to clear television equip-
ment through ranges from an


hour to two hours. Foreign me-
dia crew expect long waits.
The flight schedules are
awkward and there are only a
couple of connecting flights for
passengers from the Indian sub-
continent.
Travel within Barbados is
hard. A distance of five
kilometres, the distance between
my hotel and the Kensington
Oval cricket ground, takes an
hour or more and taxi fares are
never less than $15.
Restaurants are struggling to
keep up. The time taken to
serve pizza at the pizzeria in a
mall opposite my hotel was an
hour and twenty minutes. Many
of the waitressing staff seem
new to the job.
These may be teething
problems. But internet facilities
are unreliable. More than two
thirds of the hotels have no
internet. Internet cafes are few
and far between. Places with
broadband are limited and the
speed is often not good enough
to send television stories.

Enthusiasm
If you think you can over-


come this by calling office/
home, you are in for a shock. A


$5 phone card allows you to
talk for only for a minute to the
UK and India. To compound
problems, some hotels charge
$3 every time one uses a calling
card from the room phone.
One redeeming feature,
however, is the local enthusiasm
for the event.
Residents are more than
ready to house international
visitors in their homes and the
local tourism authorities are also
helpful.
Yet another redeeming fea-
ture is the entertainment on of-
fer.
In India it is impossible to
imagine stars like Sourav
Ganguly or Sachin Tendulkar
playing cricket with local chil-
dren on the city streets.
In the Caribbean, how-
ever, things are different.
As a build up to the event,
authorities have revived


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the culture of beach
cricket. Caribbean cricket
players are regularly play-
ing with young children to
spread the message of the
World Cup.
While beach cricket helps
break down class barriers and
helps bring the entire commu-
nity together, it is also good fod-
der for journalists looking for
stories outside match reports.
Add to these novelties the
sun-kissed Caribbean beaches,
the beautiful women and rous-
ing calypso and you have a
World Cup which every poten-
tial to be outstanding.
But will the islanders be
able to cope with pressures of
hosting such an international
event?
Reverend Wes Hall, leg-
endary former West Indies
fast blower, summed it up
best: "The World Cup has al-


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ready transformed us. We in
the Caribbean are used to
Getting up [in the morning]
and checking if there are
clouds in the sky. Only then
do we make up our minds on
whether or not to go to the
[cricket] ground."
"For the World Cup, how-
ever, things are different. If we
wait for the day of the games,
none of us will get tickets. This
event demands a fundamental
transformation in our attitude
and we have realized that. By
the time the event ends, the
world too will wake up to the
fact that the Caribbean has re-
invented itself."
(The author is a sports
historian and author of
Twenty-Two Yards to Free-
dom: A Social History of In-
dian Cricket. He is a re-
search fellow at Latrobe Uni-
versity, Melbourne)


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HOW DO YOU


DIAGNOSE


DEATH?

TWO-week-old Woody Lander "came back to life" half an hour
after being pronounced dead by medical staff. So how do you
diagnose death?
His parents call him their "little miracle" and those in the medi-
cal profession say the case is "amazing".
Woody Lander now a healthy 14 months old was pronounced
dead at Leeds General Infirmary after frantic attempts to save him
by medical staff apparently failed. He had stopped breathing fol-
lowing a heart attack.
He was handed to his parents so they could say goodbye but
when nurses started removing tubes from his body he began "twitch-
ing". Staff tried again to resuscitate him, this time successfully start-
ing his heart 30 minutes after he was pronounced dead.
The case highlights how it is not always as straight forward as
it may seem to tell if someone has died. So how do you know if
someone is dead?
Diagnosing death is about excluding all possible signs of life,
say Doctor Rodger Charlton. But as a body's organs and tissues
do not die simultaneously there can be doubt about the actual mo-
ment of death.
In hospital someone is usually considered dead when there is
no electrical activity from the heart or brain, he says. However.
even these measurements are not completely reliable indicators of
death.
Circumstances play a big part in each cpse, but hospitals
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ROGER GARY PLANS


WITH six international
models and a parade of
local and overseas
designers to descend
on Guyanal, Roger Gary
looks to add another'
feather to his cap.
He was ;here less than two.
weeks ago to join the,
"Firestorm" clan of his friend'
Michelle Cole for Mashramani.
That was just after he was in,
Ecuador fortheir new generation
model search.
He left Guyana for his home
New York earlier this week but
he will rush back to Guyana for
a month-end showcase to launch
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Fashion Xpo.
"Guyanese are fashionable
people. We want to showcase
new ideas of what to wear and
how to wear it," he said.
The launching will take place
as part of a list of events New York-
based Guyanese Carol Bagot and
Ed Ahmad are planning for Cricket
World Cup 2007.
Among the top models he
has already roped in are Carla
Campbell, a former Sports
Illustrated Cover Girl, Bobby
Roache who the ladies would
know from Beyonce's
"Irreplaceable" video, and Jade
Cole from Season 7 of
America's Next Top Model.
Roger Gary has already
established a name for
himself in North America,
more particular the hip New
York fashion scene. And in
the Caribbean, he is the brain
behind a number of events.
Gary, best know for' his Aqua
Couture swimsuit irand for
both male and female. He is
also a name to reckon with it
comes to evening gowns,
sportswear and bridals.
He is creative director for
Barbados Fashion Week and for
the St. Kitts Fashion Weekend.
For the Guyana event,
which he plans for next year, he
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fashion spectacle never before
seen here.
"We want to implement
other aspects, rather than
allowing it to be just about
models on a catwalk. We
want to create an atmosphere


where people can see the
designs closer and we will
also have accessories and
other things pertaining to
fashion," he said this week.
He says Guyana and the
Caribbean has a lot of talent in
the world of fashion and with
the Fashion Xpo he hopes that
Guyana could establish a status
of being a hub of manufacturing
clothing in the Caribbean.
Regarding his own prowess,
he said "its easy for me, I was
born to do it, for some reason I
could organize things, and I'm
good at motivating.".
After the March launch, Roger
Gary heads for India to work on
the Supermodel of India, and who
knows what else!
"I love coming home," he
told us, but no word yet on
whether he will design for
Miss Guyana Universe this
year as he has done over the
last couple of years.


SPACES BABE: A model poses in a Roger Gary design in
French Magazine Hypemen.


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To enter into negotiations with the relevant authorities, including
the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission for the improvement
of the mining industry and for reasonable and adequate prices paid
to miners for gold.
To make binding agreements on behalf of and for the benefit of its
members.
To promote legislation in the interest of the members of the
Association and the mining industry.
Tb ensure that miners operate within the Mining' Law Act
20/1989 and its regulations.





EXECUTIVE MEMBERS

SThe Association is managed by a committee comprising of eleven (1 1)
Individuals. Nine are elected bi-annually.The two (2) non-.elected are
the Immediate Past President, and the Executive Director who is the
Ex. Officio.


Messrs: AlfroAlphoiso
Norman McLean
Sheik Hassan
Carl Baldie
Charles DaSilva
Mahendra Persaud
Terrence Adams
Daudi HIusIbands
.eandro Penes.
Fdward Shicldhs
Stanislaus Jardinei


President
Vice President
Treasurer
Secretary
Organizing Secretary
Committee Member
Committee Member
Committee Member
executive 1 )ire'tor
Ilnuediate Past Presidentl


Since its establishment the tA\ssociation as had six IPresidelnts, nanwN :
1. Mr. EugeneAdam- 4 r. IM. David Bacchus
2. Mr.Victr I)ani'els 5. Mr. atrick lcr-ira
Mr. tanislaus jardin< (. AlfroAlpholsi)

In addition, thlt Association has wo l)iDiriors on the i(i(oIGMC itard of
)irector tore I xct-ulti(.-1 directorr l is tle I)eputy C(.airman ilal o1 tr slald
Board, and ole Dircctor on the Guvana Gold Board.



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SOME MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS

'. Ensuring that miners received from the Gold Board the best price possible
which over the years have proven beneficial to both miners and the
government.

1.2.The Association has been able to negotiate percentages lor retention, to the
S extent that today miners are allowed one hundred percent foreign currency
retention.

3. Also in 1994, there was an amendment to the Gold Board Act, which allowed
persons in the interior (mniing towns) who have trading licenses to purchase
gold and diamond. In addition individuals or companies can now apply to the
Gold Board and be issued a licenses to purchase and export gold.

In respect to the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission, the Association was able
Sto repeal the Mining Act that was in existence at the time of its-formation, and
Which lswas deemed punitive, by a new Act # 20of 1989.

SThe Association has worked closely with GGMC in respect to the Envir6minental
Regulations to ensure that what is required is realistic and is based oh what is
p .. iil, and that miners can comply with the Environmental Regulatios.Thishas
led to Environmental Regulations being introduced as of March 11,200,.
1. Approximately seven to eight years ago, there was crisis in tle Gold and
Diamond Mining Industry. Through negotiations with the government, the
Association was able to reduce all rentals for miners by fifty per cent, this was
a ,.'0 i'' ,r1 ini, of approximately GS190M peryear.

2 .The Association also negotiated a royalty payment protocol that was based on
price, i.e. if price was under US 28 5 per ounce; the miners pay 4% royalty.
Less than U.SS 270 per ounce, the miners pay 3% royalty.

3. loday 25%'o of rental fees is allocated for upgrading and maintenance of
Interior Roads GS750,000 is hudgcetd for the year 2007.

I he Associat iin was also able to negotiate primarily for Small and Medium Scale
Miners, dutyv Iree cquipment since 1997.

1:I- lith imillndialk failure, tlie Association's primary objectedd is working io
cTnsiti/c and train the MiinIg IhiiduItr in their Ervironlmiltal laws and its',
trequireiicIents, to sensiti.ze t ihe miners, inter alia, health issues as. uwll ,s
ocIupatliotnral health i.nd saflety.The Associiation plans to introduce ew methods for
mining t. (technology), to maxiniize productivity, being cnMscious of ilth
l.nvironmeittal requirements that are obligatory for today's miner.


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E.EXCII \ Fr R4TFS%
Buying Rate Selling Rate
A. US Dollar NOTES OTHER NOTES OTHER
Bank of Baroda 200.00 iii 205.00 205i.00 2 .
Bank of Nova Scotia 195.00 198.0.0 206.00 206.00
Citizens Bank 195,00 199.00 204.00 204.25
D)cmerara Bank 197.r) 199.00 202.00 203.00
; BT1 191.50 195.75 201.75 201.75
RBG.L 198) 0 200.00 204.00 206.00
S ,k Avie rage 196 ,68 198.63 203 79 204,50

S'onbalnk Carnbios A. (5 largest) 201. S 205.20

AoG Average Market Exchange Rate- US$1.00 C(S200.75

1. Canadian Dollar
- ak1 cAvcrage 147. 5 15I7.50 168.67 173.83

C. Pound Sterling

S. ani kAvra .......... .. 333 ... r 376.83 383.83

D. Euro

.qnk 4Avcrag 223 75 243.75. 253 75 263. 75

E. Selected Caricom Exchange F. LUBOR- USS G. Prime Rate
Rates London nterbbark Oftfcrcd
Rate for Thur.. March 1, 2007
TTS GS 28.79
Bd0;S iS 9208 6 months 5.32813% UIS 8.25%
IJS GS 4*45 I year 5.23250% Guynana (wgt.) 14.47%
ECS G(S 6i.75
Behze!S-- GS 94.45
Source: International Department, Bank of Guyana.


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cedures to follow in certain
situations, says the Royal
College of Physicians.
These include the Glasgow
Coma Scale (GCS), a
standardised points system
based on eye movements, spo-
ken responses and other physi-
cal movement.

Reversible
All three things are tested
and considered separately, then
added together. The lowest pos-
sible score on the scale is 3, but
even that is not defini-
tive as it can indicate a
deep coma as well as
death.
When attempts are
made to resuscitate
someone after a heart
attack as in Woody's
case there are specific
steps that must be
taken. Eight reversible
causes have to be
checked one at a time
before someone is pro-
nounced dead.
These include:
Hypoxia lack of
Ox gen
Hyperkalemia -
high potassium
Hypothermia -
low body tempera-
ture
Checking, all the
possible causes can
take time, anything up WO
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STAFF VACANCIES


Applications are invited fiomn suitably qualified persons to fill the under mentioned at
the Government Technical Institute.
)Departmrent/Section Positions No. of vacancies
*Science Senior Lecturer 1
lecturee I II
Refrigeration I
Electrical Radio & Electronics and Telecoumnunication 1
Electrical Installation 2
Electrical Engineering 1
Land Surveying Lecturer II 1
Business Lecturer II2
Admin/Ancillary Welfare Officer I
illir I I.. l, 1


Copies of Academic requirements. experience and job description can be uplifted from

the Government' Technical Institute.

Applications and detailed C.V with copies of Academic/Professional qualifications

must be addressed to:
The.Clairman
Gi'l Board of Governors
Thru: "The Principal
Government Technical Institute
Wool ford Avenue
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treme cases. The cut-off
point for resuscitation -
when a person is pronounced
dead is when all eight have
been checked and there are
still no signs of life.
"Sometimes death is diag-
nosed quickly and in other cases
it can take much longer, usually
when the person is in hospital
and there is more equipment to
try and restart the heart," says
nurse and resuscitation trainer,
Alan Samuels.
"Normally the longer re-
suscitation goes on, the less


chance there is of someone
surviving, which is what
makes the baby's case even
more remarkable."
Patients who have hypoth-
ermia or are drugged can seem
dead. It can be difficult to feel a
pulse if the heartbeat is very
slow.

Phobia
Size is also a factor, as it is
sometimes harder to hear a heart
beat of a heavier person as there
is more fat and muscle between
the medical.apparatus and the
heart.

have a phobia of being
wrongly diagnosed as
dead," says -Mr
Samuels.
"I think that stems
from centuries ago
when medicine was
less sophisticated and
most people did not
die in hospital. In this
day and age it is very
rare to misdiagnose
death.
"Death usually
takes place in a hos-
pital setting, where
sophisticated equip-
ment is used to re-
vive the person and
test for vital signs. In
a hospital it is gen-
-" erally very obvious
when someone has
e died." (BBC)







AS New York bans the use of the word nigger, the BBC's Kari
Browne finds that when it comes to the small word with a long
legacy, there are even divides within her own family.
Nigger. or "nigga" as most young people pronounce and spell
it these days, has been banned by the largest city in America.
In a historic move. the New York City Council has publicly
called on all residents, young and old, rich or poor, black, white,
Asian and Latino to voluntarily stop using the word.
The ban is a symbolic one, a plea- for the public to stand in


SOME U.S. comedians like Chris Rock use the word in
their routines
solidarity to re-stigmatise the word.
For years the "n-word" has carried a stigma which is so strong
that most American journalists and writers have.chosen not only
to refrain from saying it, but also to refrain from writing it.
Taboo word
I actually am a reformed n-word user.
As a product of a mixed-marriage my mother is African Ameri-
can and my father white I grew up in an extremely racially di-
verse community near San Francisco.
I used the n-word among friends, at school, singing along to
songs. I used it carelessly without thinking much about it. It wasn't
uncommon to hear my Filipino friends say to my Korean friends
"what's up nigga".
Even among white kids, it was used ironically as a term of re-
spect to one another... a way to fit in or identify with friends of
other races.


Thinking of it now, our ancestors (both black and white) would
be rolling in their graves as they listen to black kids greet their white
friends with "what's up my nigga", or whites doing the same to
their black friends.
Indeed it's become a part of our language, and sadly I don't
remember feeling ashamed of using the word. Actually, that's not
entirely true. 1 would never have said it around my parents or fam-
ily. And perhaps that's the key.
I suppose the hope is to shame people out of using the word
in a very public effort.
Origins
But are young people even listening?
Words are'multidimensional. And they mean different things to
different people. But how can a word used to categorically
dehumanise an entire race of people ever be flipped around to be
used as a term of endearment?
Some African-Americans argue that by reclaiming the word, by
owning it for themselves, the word can take on whatever meaning
they ascribe to it.
In other words, they argue it is possible to reinvent the n-word
and change its connotation.
Words can be painful and incredibly emotional. The n-word was
born in the context of American slavery.
The first written documentation of it in print form was in 1786.
It was used by white slave masters to label their black slaves.


Centuries later, it has enjoyed a rebirth among mostly young
folks who have
never known the
context in which
it was once spo-
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you today?"
My grandfa-
ther, raised in
part by his

freed slave -
doesn't greet his
friends with the KARi BROWNE: A reformed n-word user
word.
In fact I
have never heard him, or anyone else in my family use it. So why
did I?
Generational perhaps? And that is exactly what young people
say today.
Different perceptions
My great-grandmother once asked me if I knew what the term
"cracker" meant. Cracker is often used ina derogatory context to
describe white people.
It too has had a rebirth among some whites who jokingly refer
to themselves as "white trash" or "crackers".
For all I knew, the term cracker referred to the white colour of
saltine crackers we eat. So I always thought we called white people
crackers because tyey were the colour of crackers. End of tory.
Apparently not so. My great-grandmother told me that the term
"cracker" was used by slaves to refer to their white slave owners
as the man who "cracks the whip".
Crackers were the masters who beat their slaves.
Words carry weight.
Perhaps the gesture by the city council is to encourage people
to be more considerate and sensitive to the legacy of the word.
So the debate continues. Though New Yorkers will not face
fines or penalties for using the word, those on the New York
City Council hope that people will consider carefully the con-
text and connotation of the n-word and make an empowered
decision to stop using it. (BBC)


(GUYANA
HEI IA H SECTOR PROGRAM
Region t; Reoional Iealth Authority

Invitation lor Applications

The Regional health .\utority, Region No. ( is desirous. ,f iploying su litably ) ualiliied
person:, Ilo filli tc IolloSwing positions.

1. Facilities lManagemc nt D)idrcltor

Thie Facilities Directorl hlas responsiility f1or planingi I iHeal ll Facilitiy lManamlll~,.'nii
Programti ofl Ihe Regional Heialth.ii Aiuliority (Regi(,on No. 6). This inclhdi up.', I))rVising l)uil(ingi
sc('iCS.'s, planCtand (quIIipnment, Anid grounds inaiIIntaictC si.'[nices, wvas c inainagqne'ill anil
housekeeping services iand occupational and safe 'v p]rograliines to ensure Vproper
pITrhnnance in tie deliw'r' otflh'al shrnici in Rehgion C.

2. Ih luni Resource Director

he lhmuman Rc.sou(rc D)irclor has i iCrall c':."po()sibilily lor imnaiiJg ing tlhe Ihiimian
Rl'souxrce, [)cpari-ln< i, lohl R-'ioial I l tallh Atliorilvt. Tiiis inclld,.s.. sul)I rising Il.alllthi
administlativc aid ,IIIIi orI i ] troiicl :to c. cini l roen proper perI lniinIanc( in iliIt d liver l(r cal
seWices inl Region 6.


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with your Birth Certificate, NIS Card, National
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH
The Cooperative Republic of Guyana has received financing from The Global Fund
the fight HIV/AIDS, Malaria & Tuberculosis. It is intended that part of the proceeds
of this financing will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for minor civil
works.
1. The Government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana invites sealed
bids from eligible contractors for the construction of the following site:
Establishment of STI Clinic, Wismar Hospital, Region 10
2. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information for, and inspect
the bidding documents at the following address from 09:00h to 1f ''"I'

The Ministry of Health
Attention: Permanent Secretary,Mr. HydarAlly
Lot 1 Brickdam
Georgetown, Guyana
Tel: (592) 225-6785
3. A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by
interested bidders on submission of a payment of a non-refundable fee of
G$5,000 for each site mentioned above. The method of payment will be by
cheque. The document may be uplifted at the above address at the time of
payment.
4.. Site visits for the Establishment of STI Clinic, Wismar Hospital, Region
10 will be confirmed at a later date.
5. Bids must be delivered in envelopes to the following address and clearly
marked:
THE GLOBAL FUND TO PREVENT HIV/AIDS,
MALARIA & TUBERCULOSIS
GRANT# GYA-304-G01-H
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Renovation and Upgrading of sites
(inclusive of identifying the individual site)
Attn: The Chairman
National Procurement and Tender Administration Board
Ministry of Finance
Main and Urquhart Sts.
? .Georgetown, Guyana
6i Yalid compliance certificates must accorhpany bids from the Guyana
SRevenue Authority (GRA) and the National Insurance Scheme (NIS),
Guyana.
7.. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of 2.0% of the bid price.
8. All Bids must be deposited in the Tender Box in sealed envelopes at the
National Procurement and Tender Administration Board, Ministry of
Finance, Main and Urquhart Streets, Georgetown, Guyana, not later than
9:00 am on Tuesday, March 27, 2007. The bids must be addressed to the
Chairman, National Procurement and Tender Administration Board and
marked on the top right-hand corner of the envelope "the name of the
programme and the description of the bid, including the words "do not
open before Tuesday, March 27, 2007."
9. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidder's representatives and anyone
who chooses to attend at Ministry of Finance on March 27, 2007 at 9.00h.
The _prcha.ser is.not responsible for..bids.not received thereof on or before
the time specified.for the reception of bids. Late bids will be rejected and
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By Terence Roberts
WHAT interests us here is
James Brown's music; his
songs and skilful musical
structures of his band.
Without this James Brown
would not have become re-
spected and admired interna-
tionally. Brown's personal life
was filled with all sorts of sen-
sational rumours, controversies.
highs and lows, etc. because
Brown was not a God, but a
man.
We therefore leave all the
disputes and arguments over his
extremely famous life to law-
yers, lovers, racial commenta-
tors, relatives, gossip mongers.
etc. Brown's music, however, is
a plea for less upheaval.
One of Brown's most beau-
tiful and moving songs, in tone.
structure and poetic verses, is
"This is a Man's World". It
stands out from many of his
fast funky songs because of its
magnificent mixture of classical
orchestration with his crisp.
clear, slow poetic tone of voice.
It opens with a spiral of
sound, before Brown's voice in
sheer earnestness sings this
balled of high and low tonal


JAMES Brown dressed
in the elegant mod style:
light leather boots, slim
trousers, long-sleeved
psychedelic t-shirt,
performing in tropical
Vietnam.


range. His words describe man's
many progressive inventions,
achievements, good and bad. as
when he subtly refers to slavery,
material corruption, etc, with
this line: "And you know that
man made money, to buy an-
other man."
But in the song's end


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tance of simple romantic and
family love with these
worlds: "This is a man's
world, but it would be noth-
ing, not one little thing, with-
out a woman or a girl." This
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JAMES BROWN


From page XIV
;unforgettable song ends with
.Brown's voice echoing the
sadness of a life without fe-
male company: "He's lost in
the wilderness and bitter-
ness."
Brown's continual emphasis
on sexual and romantic fun, and
pleasant everyday social living,
was not some macho stance, but
a solution to many human prob-
lems which develop when we
lose sight of basic human values.
James Brown's songs as
well as his sense of fashion and
style were part of the cosmo-
politan Mod Scene, with its
emphasis on neatly tailored.
bright close-fitting clothes, long
-hair, neat appropriately match-
ing footwear. Brown's pressed
,and styled hair was purely an
artistic siatemenLi related to the
bohemian look and lifestyles o!f
great composers like Beethoven.
Nlozart. Handel. ctc: Brown as-
serted his right as a black artist
,to share equal values with great
'European musical artists.
Brown's Mod style in
clothes and hair. later came to
influence the New Wave, Punk,
and Funk-Rock of mod dance
bands like Blondie, Billy Idol.
Prince. etc. The Mod style
emphasises a community of re-
laxed, non-racial, social and ar-
tistic values.
Brown's music was a part
of the Mod scene which
emerged in Guyana since the
1960's. when youths of all eth-
nic and mixed backgrounds re-
fused to follow the segregated
and belligerent ideas on race and
class which some groups and
individuals sought to foment in
colonial and independent
Guyana.


Brown's powerful lyrics
and his band's music proved
that the artistic work of blacks
did not have to be relevant only
to those of their race, but could
transcend colour bars.
An intelligent, and egali-
tarian international Mod
scene was inspired by songs
by artists like Brown, who
were not aggressive or big-
oted, though they were often
frankly free-spoken, as when
Brown surprised many with
"Say It Loud, I'm Black and


JAMES Brown doing some
dance moves to the beat of
his music during the TAMI
show.


I'm Proud". The Mod Scene
was fostered by other songs
and Bands like: "Groovin"
by The Young Rascals, "Ferry
Across the Mersey" by Gerry
& The Pacemakers, "Hold
On I'm Comin" by Sam &
Dave, "Higher and Higher"
by Jackie Wilson, "Uptight"
by Stevie Wonder, "Midnight
Hour", "Mustang Sally", and
"Land of A 1000 Dances", all
by Wilson Pickett, "The In-
Crowd" by Dobie Gary,
"Don't Let me be Misunder-
stood" by The Animals,
"Blame It On The Bossa
Nova" by Lesley Gore, "Baby
Love" by The Supremes,
"The Look of Love" by Dusty
Springfield. "Jimmy Mack"
by Martha & The Vandellas,
even "Strangers In The
Night" by Frank Sinatra, and
many others of a similar re-
laxed and positive social sen-
timent. Also, we must never
exclude those beautiful in-
strumental tunes by Booker
T & the MGs".
The key to the influence and
effect of James Brown's many
songs lie in their brilliantly con-
structed musical form.
All great art is achieved
through special and unusual
form. Such form, as in contem-
porary painting, may simply be
one colour applied, but for a
reason, or what may be in-
scribed in that one colour.
Brown's strict musical
structures were ingenious meth-
ods of conveying precise tones,
stops and starts, rhythms, and
stylistic changes within a single
tune. Listen to "Papa's Got A
Brand New Bag" and you can
hear various stylish forms and
rhythms in the same tune.
The music behind Brown


DEMERARA HARBOUR BRIDGE CORPORATION

Tenders are hereby invited for suitably qualified Contractors to undertake
and complete the following works for the Demerara Harbour Bridge,
(QHBC) Peter's Hall, East Bank Demerara:

| CONSTRUCTION OF 3 PONTOONS

Tender documents can be uplifted at the DHBC Office, Peter's Hall, East
Bank Demerara, following a payment of a non-refundable sum of five
thousand dollars ($5,000).

Tdnderers must provide valid certificates from the Guyana Revenue
Authority and the National Insurance Scheme and these must be
submitted with tthe Tender. Failure to do so will result in the automatic
disqualification of the Tender.

Tenders must be placed in a sealed envelope clearly marked
"Construction of 3 pontoons DHB" on the top right-hand corner and
deposited in the Tender Box, National Board of Procurement and Tender
Administration, Ministry of Finance, Main & Urquhart Streets, Georgetown
by 9:00 h on Tuesday, March 6,2007.

Tenders will be opened immediately after on the said date mentioned at
the said Ministry. Tenderers or their representative may be present at the
opening of tenders.

The National Board of Procurement and Tender Administration r,--
bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. ,~,s not

* Demerar, u
,. narbour BrdCor oration


pops like a huge bubblegum, it
bounces in and out like hot sex,
and Brown intends it so. In "I
Go! You" Brown expresses;
pure joy in this unforgettable
early tune that is so simply yet
complex musically: listen to the
horns and rhythm section as
Brown expresses a rich black
and generous human appeal.
with tonal lines like: "I feel nice,
sugar and spice". and "When I
hold you in my arms, I know
that I can do no wrong, and
when I hold you in my arms,
my love, won't do you no
harm". The song ends with an
amazing upbeat shout: "Hey!
Such style was musical form of
a new, relaxed, innovative excel-
lence. That is the secret of
Brown's success
One of Brown's greatest
tunes is "Cold Sweat", where
he also introduced the two-
part tune, one with more
words, the other more instru-


mental. Reggae would later
follow this style with its sung
and "Dub" versions of songs.
But Brown's "Cold Sweat",
especially Part 2, would cause
those Mods of the Guyanese
scene near the cinemas at
Regent Street's Beer
parlours, and at house fetes,
to get up and get down as a
group, mainly male, as this
was a song with a male topic,
a male drive.
Brown's "Cold Sweat" is
pure artistry, tight and delicious.
"Hot Pants" was another song
which spoke to every girl in
Guyana who rode their bikes
and walked around town or sat
at Cafes in tight shorts. I mean
shorts, not those of today that
cover the thighs. Strangely, in
Guyana of the 60's it was
mostly creole Guyanese girls of
European extraction who went
pubic in such short "shorts".
"Sex Machine" signalled


Brown's ability to "stay on the
scene like a rhythm machine."
There was no live performer
like James Brown. He moved
like kinetic sculpture, his body
movements acted out defeat and
victory, weariness and rejuvena-
tion; he acted out the will to live
and enjoy life.
His professionalism was
paramount; it is said that
when he opened and closed
his fist while performing, it
meant inattentive band mem-
bers had played a wrong note.
and were to receive a deduc-
tion of five dollars each time
from their pay cheque.
Brown, like The Beatles, and
The Animals, was a founder
of the international Mod
Scene, whose multi-racial
members express solidarity and
similarity in their fashion, social
ease, and artistic interests.
James Brown helped build a bet-
ter world via music.


TE L2 2 5-447 5/2 26-3 243-9



GUYANA SUGAR CORPORATION INC.





Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc. (GUYSUCO) invites sealed
bids from eligible bidders, whose qualifications and
experience are acceptable to GUYSUCO and the Caribbean
Development Bank (CDB) for:


Contract No. A 29/07 001E 9, 100 tonnes river
sand or white sand
Contract No. A 29/07 001F 9,100 tonnes reef
sand
Contract No. A 29/07 001G 5,700 tonnes laterite


Bidders must be eligible, i.e. be registered in a CDB member
country, the goods must have more than 50% by value
originating from CDB member countries.

Bidders must bid a delivered price to stockpile(s) on the 1500
Cross of the Skeldon Estate backdam.
The latest finish date for deliveries is 10 September 2067.
Closing date for this tender will be 19 March 2007.
Full details avail able from:

The Project Manager
Skeldon Sugar Modernisation Project
Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc.
Booker Tate Project Office
Skeldon Estate


'aice
Guyana

Tel: (592) 339 2214/3630
e-mail: peterl@guysuco.com
web: www.guysuco.com


Fax: (592) 339 3632


Page XV


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The Environmental Protection Regulations 2000


Quality


Management


LAST week we looked at the Environment.l Protection (Noise
Management) Regulations (2000).
This is one in a set of FIVE Environmental Protection
Regulations developed under the Environmental Protection Act
(1996).
This week we examine the Environmental Protection (Air
Quality) Regulations (2000), another one in the set of FIVE
Environmental Protection Regulations. The Air Quality Regulations
is a tool used by the EPA to manage the amount of air pollutants
emitted into the atmosphere.


These Regulations allow the EPA to determine and establish
the allowable level of atmospheric pollutants that can be emitted.
The allowable amounts and concentrations of pollutants are not
expected to affect the health of plants, animals and humans.

Air Contamin ants -
Impacts and Sources

Solid Particles
Dust, fumes, mist and smoke all contain solid particles.


GOVERNMENT OF TI'E CO-OPERATIVE REPUBLIC OF GUYANA
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
EDUCATION FOR ALL FAST TRACK INITIATIVE (EFA-FTI)
Grant No. 053679
CONTRACTORS FOR UTILITIES UPGRADING SCHOOLS


The Govemment of the Co-operative Republic if Guyana has received a grant from the International Development
Association (IDA), and intends toapply part of the proceeds of this grant to minor Civil Works (upgrading of Utilities -
isanitary facilities, water & electricity & Construction of Teachers' Housing) at Schools under the Ministry of Education,
Education For All Fast Track Initiative.
Contracting services are required for the educational institute listed below'.


Location


- Chinoweing Village, Upper Mazaruni, Region 7


The Ministry of Education, Education For All Fast Track Initiative (EFA-FTI) invites eligible Contractors to submit quotation
for the school 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. Experience as a Contractor in the Hinterland.RegiOns will be considered.


Air


'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 March 20, 2007 not later than 9:00h.
The Bidder shall seal the original and a copy of the Bid in two inner envelopes and one outer envelope, duly marking the
irner 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 also be written "QUOTATION FOR UTIUTIES
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 in the building of National Procurement and Tender Administration Board situated at
the back of the Ministry of Finance Building on or before March 20, 2007 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 at the.address
below, between 8:30 and 15:00h Monday to Friday, for a non-refundable cost of five thousand Guyana dollars
$5,000.00 (GUY).
Payments can be made by Manager's Cheque, Bank Draft or Cash. Cheques must be addressed to Education For All
Fast Track Initiative.
Tender documents can be reviewed prior to purchasing at:
Ministry of Education
-'-""tion For All Fast Track Initiative (Finance Department)
tLuu .. "c"RD Lot 3 Battery Road,
i .' -.-. GUYANA
Kingston, Georgetow,,, --
Tele: 592-226-0046. Fax: 592-226-ULbu.
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Education ,


I


Part 1

Lead present in smoke and
exhaust fumes is of major concern as are nickel and arsenic.
When inhaled, these particles, lodge in the lung tissues and
may cause respiratory problems. Solid particles also create
eye and skin irritations.

Sulphuric Acid
Sulphuric acid is a very corrosive substance. It is formed when
sulphur burns air to form a gas which dissolves rapidly in water
vapour. Much of the sulphuric acid in the air is formed from the
burning of coal, oil, and gas. Persons can be exposed to sulphuric
acid in the work place in industries which produce chemicals,
detergent, soap, fertilizer, and lead acid batteries.

Fluoride Compounds
Fluoride emissions are produced by industries that manufacture
aluminium, steel, glass, phosphate fertilizers, ceramics, bricks and
clay products as well as the burning of coal. Excessive fluoride is
unhealthy for livestock. It accumulates in the bones of animals and
causes deformities and other damage.

Hydrogen Chloride
Volcanoes are a natural source of hydrogen chloride. The burning
of fossil fuels such as gasoline and diesel also produces hydrogen
chloride. Open burning of plastics also emits of hydrogen chloride.
Hydrogen chloride dissolves to form hydrochloric acid which is
corrosive and can be detrimental to human health.

Chlorine
Fertilizers, cleaning agents, PVC pipes all contain chlorine
compounds. Chlorine is corrosive and when released e.g. by burning
of PVC it can have hazardous effects on human health. Some studies
have associated chlorine with growth retardation in babies and
reduced sperm count in men. The severe short and long term impact
of chlorine pollution is that it is respiratory irritant.

Hydrogen Sulphide
Hydrogen sulphide is a smelly gas that is emitted from decaying
matter such as sewage, dead animals etc. In high concentration, this
gas is poisonous.

Nitric Acid
Nitrogen combines with oxygen to form oxides of nitrogen. These
gases dissolve in moisture to form nitric acid. Nitrogen oxides are
produced naturally by bacteria in the process of decay. They are
also formed in volcanic action, and by lightning. Man-made
emissions are mainly due to burning of fossil fuel. The gas is also
emitted from welding processes and in the use of explosives.
Nitrogen oxides are respiratory irritants and are harmful to humans
and vegetation.

Carbon monoxide
Carbon monoxide is created whenever a fuel such as wood,
gasoline, coal, natural gas, kerosene, etc. is burning. When inhaled,
it can affect organs such as the brain and heart. It also affects the
process of growth and development in babies. It can also affect our
concentration, slow our reflexes, and make us confused and sleepy.

The air we breathe is precious, save it from
impurities! Do join us next week were we will
look at the Environmental Protection (Air Quality
Regulations) 2000, Part 2.


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S Name of School


,1, Chinoweing Primary School


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Location


Sunday Chronicle March 4, 2007


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Page XVI






Sunday Chronicle March 4, 2007


FORGETIING to take medi-
cine may be a thing of the
past as researchers close in
on creating an artificial tooth
which automatically releases
medicine.
The Intellidrug device is
small enough to fit inside two
artificial molars in the jaw, the
Engineer journal said.
European Commission re-
searchers also believe it will benefit
patients, such as those with diabe-.
tes and high blood pressure, who
need doses in the night.
If human trials prove suc-
cessful, the device could be
available in 2010.
Dr Thomas Velten, from the
Frauhofer Institute for Bio-
medical Technology in Ger-
many, one of the 15 research
bodies involved in the project,
said: "It is important for some
conditions that there is a con-
stant level of drug in the blood.
"With this system, we can
time the dosage to take place -
even when the patient is sleep-
ing. .
"We can easily adjust the
dosage in line with the
patient's needs, dependent
on sex or weight."


Intellidrug works by holding
the drug in tablet form in a res-
ervoir. The implant is held in


place through a com-
bination of clips and
dental fixative.

RESERVOIR
Once in place,
saliva in the mouth
enters the reservoir
via a membrane and
dissolves the solid
drug, forming a solu-
tion.
When the sys-
tem is triggered by
the electrical timing


how much drug solution has
been administered and a remote
control allows the doctor to in-


i W


THE artificial tooth will contain a
reservoir which will release the drug


mechanism, a valve
opens and allows a controlled
amount of the solution to flow
into the mouth where it is ab-
sorbed into the body.
The device is fitted with
two sensors. The first is a fill-
level sensor that measures the
concentration of the drug in the
reservoir.
It alerts the patient when the
concentration of the drug falls be-
low a certain level. At the moment
enough medication canbe contained
for up to two weeks.
The second sensor monitors


crease the dose of medication if
necessary.
Matt Griffiths, prescribing
and medicines manager adviser
at the Royal College of Nursing,
said: "Cost is an issue as to
whether this would become
widely available, but there is a
cost benefit to improving medi-
cines concordance.
"About 50% of people
with chronic conditions do
not take their medicines cor-
rectly and that in turn costs
the health service money."


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SAGITTARIUS -- There is a lot of love coming your way right now, although
f- it might not be coming from the source you were hoping for. You're in some-
..i thing of a quiet phase, romantically speaking -- but there is a lot of energy in
the friendship area of your life! The people you choose to spend your free
; : time with are totally in love with you -- and they will be showing you this in
some very touching ways today. Remember that you are loved and worthy of
love -- no matter what's going on in your love life.

CAPRICORN -- Save your high-minded idealism for another day -- today is
all about elemental efforts and humble results. Tasks such as washing the
windows, cleaning out the garage and working in the garden will be very re-
warding, and they will make you feel not only more connected with the world
but also more content. Don't aim for major life changes right now. Revel in
today's Ileeting pleasures. and don't ask for more than you need.

AQUARIUS -- It has been a long while since you've pursued something purely
for its intellectual rewards, and you might want to address that today. There
is nothing wrong with indulging your hedonistic, sensualist side -- in fact.
S your recent indulgences have all been very good for you. But right now it
Should be wise to swing the pendulum back the other way. Pick up a challeng-
ing non-fiction book, look into a professional seminar or even just watch some
educational television.

PISCES -- Even thought you know very well that life isn't fair, you always
try to make things come out evenly -- which is to your credit. But in terms of
who owes what to whom, it's important for you to forget about some debts.
Now is not the time to nickel and dime anyone, especially a friend who might
S( be going through a tough time. So stop-thinking about what others may owe
you, and start being grateful that you can do withoutrit + because not.evey-
one can.


Tooth implant 'to release drugs'


Page XVI


Call for Proposals for Community based Micro-projects
to be funded by the European Commission under the
Guyana Micro-Projects Programme
Micro-Project Proposals under $2,620,000.00 GUY

Publication reference FT/2007/001
Ministry of Finance of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, represented
by the Chairman of the Board of the Guyana Micro-projects Programme
is seeking proposals for community based micro-projects where the
contribution from the Guyana Micro Projects Programme is less than
$2,620,000.00 GUY in sectors as outlined below. The full application
form forApplicants is available at:-

Guyana Micro Projects Office
109 E Barrack Street
Kingston,
Georgetown,
Phone 226-3305 or 226-3423,
Fax 225-0183, or
email: gmpp(a guvana.net.gy

The purpose of the Micro-projects Programme is to improve the socio-
economic conditions of vulnerable groups through the development of
sustainable and participatory self-help schemes. Eligible micro-projects
should focus on:
1) employment / income generation
2) training / education communication and good governance
3) other socio-economic sectors

The deadline for the receipt of application forms is March 30 at 16:00
Hrs, April 30 at 16:00 Hrs, May 3 I at 16:00 fHrs, June 29 at 16:00 H-rs,
July 31 at 16:00 Hrs, August 31 at 16:00 Hrs. September 28 at 16:00 H irs
and October31 at 16:00 Hrs.

A 25% minimum contribution by the beneficiaries in cash or in kind is
essential ifa proposal is to be approved.
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ARIES -- You have done an admirable job of putting your own interests aside
in favour of the larger group's desires lately, but you must be careful that you
don't make this type of extreme generosity a habit. Balance is important, and
you have to weigh the pros and cons of each situation as it comes up. You
can't understand the right way to move forward until you thoroughly exam-
ine a situation. Giving up what you want should not be your automatic reac-
tion.

TAURUS -- There's a lot to be said for knowing exactly what the day has in
store for you, so the next time you find yourself bored with your life, remem-
ber that spontaneity is just another word for unpredictability. You need to try
to get away from the 'grass is always greener' approach to things. If you are
always wishing things were different, how will you ever be satisfied? Your
routine will start to get more exciting and interesting once you start appreci-
ating it as it is.

GEMINI -- If anyone can inject some good wholesome fun into a typically
stiff or laborious intellectual exercise today, you can! While everyone else is
grumbling about this, that and the other unpleasant thing, you will be able to
stay happily above it all-- you can see that things are not as bad as others
are making them out to be. Take this opportunity to inspire other people, and
get them to turn their frowns upside down.

CANCER -- Your home life is extremely important to you right now it's where
you can always find solace and peace when you need it. Therefore, you need
to stay on top of the home-maintenance issues that have been popping up
lately. A little investment of time or money right now will save you a huge
amount of inconvenience later. And don't tackle it by yourself if it needs pro-
fessional attention. You may be handier than most people, but you're not an
expert.

LEO -- Multiply your effectiveness today by teaming up with someone else
to create a dynamic duo. Two heads are better than one, as are two sets of
eyeballs and two sets of legs. But partnering with someone does not mean
halving your effort! You have never had any problem collaborating, so go
with your instincts and object to a dumb idea if you hear one. Your partner is
mature enough for debate -- he or she wants quality as much as you do, and
is ready to hear honest criticism (as you should be).

VIRGO -- Deep and meaningful connections take time to build, so don't be
impatient if someone isn't ready yet to trust you with her or his innermost
feelings. Like a flower, a relationship needs time in the sun and a lot of nour-
ishment before it can fully bloom. Spend more time with this person, and do
not try to overcompensate by sharing your every emotion or personal story.
Take note of this person's boundaries, and set similar ones for yourself. Do
stick with this person. Just follow her or his lead.

LIBRA -- Not every day can be a super day, but most days can come pretty
close -- if you have a superstar attitude! Take today for example -- you might
have a few lame errands on your to-do list, but you don't have to let these
responsibilities ruin your whole day. Focus on the parts of your day that you
can control -- the hours that are yours and yours alone. Keepithe reward in
mind while you do your work, and you will get things done faster.

SCORPIO -- Given the way your mind is working today, flipping a coin might
just be the best way to make any decision you're faced with, whether it's what
to have for lunch or something much more significant. For too long, you've
been overanalysing things -- and you are close to becoming paralysed by an
excess of information. Break free by operating on instinct today. Follow your
whims, and don't buy into the idea that there is one right way and one wrong
way -- there's only your way.






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The Excerpt
"Ah come to see de shepherd," Dinah replied. In-
stinctively she took a dislike to the woman she faced.
The tails of her eyes went too far round the side of her
face; her lips were clamped together too firmly. She
seemed a woman who was used to giving orders and
getting them obeyed.
"You can't see 'im now. Service jus' going start. If
you wan' you can stay an' wait in de service an' you
see 'im afterwards." She began to turn away, as if it
didn't matter what Dinah answered, only pausing an-
other moment to add, "It would do you good."
Dinah remained seated and watched the woman as
she (the woman) .... raised slowly the whistle to her
lips. She blew it hard and loud. There was a stir as
everyone rushed to their proper places. A late couple
hurried in from behind and Dinah noted with surprise
that the man accompanying the woman was Sammy,
the garbage-man.
The drum stopped beating. A moment of silence.
Then suddenly it started again, this time louder and the
rhythm now set to a quick, fixed pattern. Suddenly,
through the front door, a figure appeared. He was tall
and almost jet black, with clearly defined features, eyes
wide apart, gleaming and condescending, a carefully
shaven moustache, neatly pressed, dark navy-blue suit,
a stiff shirt and a long wooden staff with a brass handle
and in his left hand was a large black Bible. His ma-
jestic purple and white turban stood at least fourteen
inches above his head.
The Elder Mother walked down from the altar as
he entered .... With a loud confident voice the shep-
herd broke into the first line of the hymn Just As I Am
Without One Plea, as he walked on the platform keep-
ing time within his staff, urging on his followers with a
"one more time, Sisters", and an "Ahmen, Praise de
Lord."
In a few minutes the service was in full swing. Ev-
eryone was singing heartily and adding their "Alleluias"
and "Yes, Lords." Already one or two of the more de-
vout were beginning to feel the spirit coming down on
them, though restraint was necessary at such an early
period of the service. SeN eral more hymns were sung
-- mournfully, sweetly, wailingly. It was such a far land
their voices took them to, such a far-far land. Away,
away, sun, moon, and stars They Shine So Bright. It
was not just the milk and honey, not just the voice of
God they heard, nor even the happiness of Jesus by their
sides. It was the awayness. Oh Wandering Sheep,
Lost and forlorn. Barren, desolate desert. Endless, arid
nothingness. Day after Yesterday. Poor me, poor me.
Lost and far away. Remove poor me. Dissolving me.
Sweet, sweet release.
(Taken from Orlando Patterson's "The Children
of Sisyphus")

About the Passage
1. Have you personally been reading some other
text with information related to something in the pas-
sage? Compare the two.
2. Imagine you too are living in that part of the Car-
ibbean and you, too, can tell a tale; write down on pa-
per some descriptive phrases that you would use to por-
tray the vividness of the haplessness of the worship-
pers' experience at this time.
3. Write to a friend telling him or her about a song
or calypso that reminds you about something in the pas-
sage. Say where you think the scriptwriter's thoughts
in the song or calypso might have found their beginnings.


4. Respond to the characters of Dinah and/or the
person in the purple and white turban in the story by
miming, painting, drawing, or making a model. That
should help you keep the character in mind to use it, or
part of it in your classroom description or short story.
5. Respond to the story event by writing activities
about it on a pamphlet.

The Business Letter (Continued)
Copy the following communication as a letter, using
semiblock form and open punctuation. Divide the let-
ter into paragraphs if necessary. Supply whatever ab-
breviations and symbols are necessary. Address the
envelope, and fold and insert the letter.
4055 Demerara Avenue, East Bank Demerara,
March 4th, 2007. Marcus and Marcus, 1673 Avenue
of the Georges, Kitty, Georgetown. Attention of Per-
sonnel Shopping Service. Gentlemen: Shortly before last
October, I placed an order with you for a Dynamite
electric toaster and oven, which was described in your
catalogue, as indicated by the enclosed clipping. You
have informed me that this article was out of stock, but
that you will have a supply some time in December.
March, 2007, is now here. Since I have had no further
word from you, I am writing to enquire whether I may
expect shortly to receive the oven. I shall appreciate
hearing from you. Sincerely yours, Freddy Willing. En-
closure.


Types of Letters
Reminder: Business letters are classified accord-
ing to their purpose? Yes. But no matter what is the
purpose, a letter must deliver its message, in the most
effective manner. The types that will be looked at in
these publications are as follows:
Letter of application; Letter of order; Letter of ad-
justment; Letter of payment, and Letter of enquiry


The Letter of Application
The letter of application, although a business letter,
must necessarily be personal in nature. Keep -that in
mind. It is essentially a sales letter and the
applicant and writer is the salesperson. The product
offered for sale is the writer's services.

If the letter of application is a reply to an advertise-
ment, it will usually have to compete with the other ap-
plications that the employer will receive. Of the fifty
or more letters that may reach his or her desk, s/he will
probably select only ten letters that make the best im-
pression on him or her at first glance.

There are certain things you must do to make sure
that your letter is, properly written and it can make the
best impression on the prospective employer. But in its
final form, it must reflect the character of the writer.

Never let your letter of application portray the char-
acter of someone alien to you.

The letter of application below is written in the modi-
fied-block style with indented paragraphs. In this style,
the first line of each paragraph is indented usually 5
spaces.

TAXIDERMIST'S ASSISTANT Requirements
include ability to meet people with tact and courtesy;


Is it not strange that desire

should so many years

outlive performance?
Shakespeare-1564-1616-Henry V
keep appointment calendar and monthly bills; answer
telephone; learn simple laboratory routines; assist in
taxidermist's operating room. Permanent position. High
school graduation but no experience required. Address
P.O. Box 126 G.P.O.C.

257 Good Staff Place
Atlantic View
East Coast Demerara
March 4th, 2007

PO. Box 126
G.P.O.C.

Dear Sir/Madam:
Attention: Application for Post of Taxidermist's
Receptionist and Assistant

You are looking for a young person who can serve
as a taxidermist's receptionist, and practical and labo-
ratory assistant. I am looking for just such a position.
Would it be possible for me to attend a discussion about
my fitness for it?

Education
I have a high school certificate from St. John's Col-
lege. My favourite subjects were Mathematics, English
Language, and Integrated Science. I know I will feel
at home in your laboratory and I believe that I could
learn to be efficient as an assistant in a taxidermist's
laboratory.
I have also had some community work experience
typing long papers for members of a voluntary service.
I have also attained some recognition as a good house
decorator.

Experience
As President of the Senior Girls Club and member
of several other student organizations, I have acquired
a great deal of experience in meeting people and in be-
ing tactful with them. In fact, the receptionist part of
the position you describe appeals to me especially.

Personal Data
I am eighteen years old, and of average height and
weight. I have always given special attention to neat-
ness and good eating and communication habits.

References
You may receive further information about my quali-
fications from Mr. James Haynes, Principal of the St.
John's College, and Miss Joan Sampson, co-coordina-
tor of the Fifth Form classes also of the same school
mentioned. Mr. King of my Community Group is also
willing to tell you about me. All of these persons have
consented to respond to inquiries from you.
I should be very much appreciative of an interview.

Sincerely yours,

Schindler Walker


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The Miss Queen of Beauty
pageant scheduled for March
31 has selected another con-
testant.
The second delegate se-
lected is Ms Seernaie
Ramlachan, 21, from Friendship,
East Bank Demerara.
Seeranie loves modeling and
dancing and because of this she
competed in two Indian
pagenats before Miss India
Guyana and Miss Guyana Sari.
So, why this pageant? "I
find it exciting and different
from the usual pageants in
SGuyana," she said.
Seeranie told Sunday
Chronicle that she loves to help
out in the kitchen a lot and even
more so when Spanish Rice and
Friend Chicken is being pre-
pared. I-
She would be among over
10 contestants taking part in the
pageant to win the chance to
represent Guyana at the Miss
India Worldwide in New York
on April 7. ALRE
Miss India Worldwide Pag-
eant is produced by the Indian
Festival Committee (IFC) based
in New York City and Guyanese
international model Asha Haniff
has been selected to select a del-
egate from Guyana.
The IFC is a pioneer orga-
nization in conducting Indian
pageants and fashion shows in
the USA and worldwide. The
committee has been conducting
the Miss India New York and
the Miss India USA Pageants
annually since 1980.
In 1990 the IFC, decided to
take the pageant one step fur-
ther to an international level and
started the first Miss India
Worldwide Pageant.
For the first time ever,
Asian-Indian communities
from all over the world came
together in New York for this
event. The pageant was an in-
stant success.
In line with other presti-
gious international pageants, the
IFC has also started staging
Miss India Worldwide in vari-
ous parts of the world. In
1997. the pageant was orga-
nized in Bombay to salute In-


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between the ages of 17 and 27,
never married, and are citizens,
residents, or born in the coun-
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,okery Corner

Welcome to the 441" edition of
"Champion Cookery Corner", a
weekly feature giving recipes and
tips on cooking in Guyana.


Pakoras

Use any vegetable you choose. For example, you can use thinly sliced potato, or egg
plant, cauliflower broken into florets, spinach leaves, or .chopped onions.


This week we present some authentic Indian recipesLforJ Plhagiwah or Holi.


6 medium-sized firm tomatoes
1 small onion finely chopped
1 clove garlic, crushed.
30 gms ghee
125 gms minced chicken
1 teaspoon INDI Curry Powder
Serves 6

Cut a slice from the top of each tomato
to form a lid, scoop out some of the
inside and reserve.
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Melt ghee in a frying pan, saut6 onion
and garlic, until tender.

Add minced chicken and INDI Curly
Powder, saute for 5 minutes, or until
brown..Add reserved tomato pulp.

Spoon mixture into tomato cases,
replace lid, and place onto a baking
tray. Bake in-oven for 30 minutes. or
until tomato case is cooked, .bh still
retains its shape.
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- 250 gms ofbasan (chickpea flour)
1/4 teaspoon Champion Baking
Powder
V teaspoon ground turmeric
1 teaspoon ground coriander
S- /2 teaspoon chili powder
water


Mix basan, Champion Baking
Powder, turmeric, coriander and
chili in a bowl. Add water, and stir to
mix to a thick battered consistency.

Dip vegetable pieces into the
mixture, pick up, and deep fry in
moderately heated oil, until golden
brown. You can add as many dipped-
dipped vegetables as your frying
bowl allows. Drain the pakoras on
absorbent paper, and serve hot with
sauce.


Icing Sugai
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especially the Hindu Community.


In Celebrating this Holi Day
let us remember the true meaning of this
colourful festival: the triumph of good over evil



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the various national pageants
from all over the world vie for
the glamorous and prestigious
title of the Miss India World-
wide.
The IFC motivates and
guides its winners and con-
testants to take up charitable
causes. Many of our past win-
ners have raised substantial
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BARELY a week after stories of his illness broke out
and swamped the print and electronic media, Saif Ali
Khan is back on his feet and promises to quit smoking
for ever.
"I'll have to take it easy for a while. Nothing strenuous
and certainly no smoking any more. In fact, my doctors told
me my condition was brought on entirely by smoking. It
causes deposits in the artery, which caused that clot. I've
decided to quit smoking completely," Saif told IANS.
Saif was rushed to hospital when he complained of chest
pain while practising for his performance at Stardust awards.
The actor was discharged recently.
He is out of danger, but Saif is bewildered by and yet
resilient to the knocks of life.
"There's bad news and good news. The bad news is
that it was a blood clot in my heart. The good news is that
it's been fully cured." Today Saif and his heart have be-
come best friends.
"Yeah, you can say that again. It's been a time of rev-
elation for me. Though I came out unscathed, this hospital
experience served up a healthy warning for me. I need to
correct a few things in my life, mainly the smoking.
"There I was, with genuinely ill people, people who
were suffering from cancer and chronic heart ailments.
It just made me so conscious of my own life and my
Responsibilitiess"
The ceaseless surge of concern has moved Saif.
"I was so glad to see my family and so many of my
friends from the film industry visiting me in hospital. I now
intend to use my rest period, writing each of them a per-
sonal thank you note."
So has the experience made Sail more compassionate?
"I guess 'so. I never visited anyone in hospital. Now.
I've decided to change that. 11 mailers so much to have
People \who care lor you when you're down."
Saif has one immediate regret. "1 couldn't host the
Filmfare awards. In fact, it would take me a couple of
weeks to get back to normal."
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BOLLYWOOD superstar Shah Rukh Khan poses with the Indian cricket team competing in Cricket World Cup 2007 in
the Caribbean. India is likely to play South Africa in Guyana on April 7.
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SIR Elton John is to perform
at venues including France's
Palace of Versailles and the
Brandenburg Gate, Germany,
on a tour to mark his 60th
birthday.
The legendary musician is
to bring the show he has been
performing in Las Vegas to five
European sites for gigs also
marking 40 years of touring.
Tickets for the show on the
theme of love start at 150 eu-
ros (100).
Pop group the Pet Shop
Boys have also announced
their first UK tour in five
years, playing five concerts in


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May. Sir Elton's tour starts in
Seville, Spain, in May, in-
cludes two dates in Venice in
June, and finishes with a
July concert in Moscow. A UK
date is expected to be added
later.
The show's designer, pho-
tographer David LaChapelle,
calls it a "visual extravaganza, a
collage of all the outrageous and
beautiful images Elton has been
responsible for in his career".
Pet Shop Boys will also
play dates in mainland Eu-
rope, South America, Austra-
lia and New Zealand this
year. BC)


(REUTERS) Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has filed pa-
pers to adopt a Vietnamese child with her partner Brad
Pitt, according to an adoption official in Vietnam.
Vu Duc Long, head of the country's international adoption
department, said he had received papers a few days ago asking
for "permission" to adopt.
"We consider her like any other American who wants to
adopt children from Vietnam," Vu Duc Long said.
Two of the couple's three children were adopted from Cam-
bodia and Ethiopia.
"She is not yet married so the file was from her individu-
ally. It will take a few months for us to consider this," Vu Duc
Long said.
The actors
spent the Thanks-
giving holiday last
November in an or- ,
phanage near Ho
Chi Minh City
playing with the -
Last May, the
pair had a baby
daughter in Namibia,
called Shiloh Nouvel
Jolie-Pitt.
Pitt later told US
TV programme To- _
day that becoming a
parent was the "best
thing" he had ever done.
In 2002. Jolic adopted her first child, Maddox, from Cam-
bodia, who is now five. Three years later, she signed papers to
adopt an Ethiopian baby called Zahara, who is now two.
Back in June, Jolie told US news network CNN they
had plans to adopt again, saying their decision would be
based on "the balance of what would be best" for their cur-
rent children.


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Timeka Marshall, young, talented, and versatile; one of
Guyana's upcoming stars that has already made an impact not
only in the Guyanese market, but in the Caribbean as well.
The former St. Joseph's High School student found her
talent while still in high school. She explained that the GT&T
jingle competition was where it all began. "Before the
competition came up, I was just the average teen, just about to
write my exams. But then the'competition came, so I decided to
take a chance! I was encouraged by my friends to take the shot,
and I went for it! I never knew that I had this singing talent,
because I neverused to sing at all before."

Timeka went on to explain her awe when she realized
that she was iij a competition, and the odds of her winning were
good, "1 did not believe that I had a chance of winning this
competition! But after being short-listed, every time there was an
elimination, my confidence grew as I moved on, until I found
myself in the finals! During all this time, I still couldn't believe
that I was a part of this competition and doing so well! After my
recording, when I got selected for the top ten, my confidence grew
even more and I started to believe that I really had a chance of
winning it!"

As we all know, the results of the GT&T Jingle
Competition that year were favorable to Ms. Marshall. Instantly,
Timeka changed from an average teen to a 15 year old advertising
icon! Timeka was in every paper, all the television stations and
talked about countrywide since her success in the competition. "I
was forced to grow up," she said, "I had to change the way I
carried myself, because I'm representing a company now and not
only myself" When asked about having her face all over the
news,, a slight blush came to the young star's face as she
answered, "I felt good that I actually accomplished something
like this, because I never won anything in my life. So this was
definitely an accomplishment While it was all new to me, I had to
become accustom toit and very fast!"

After the competition, Guyana realized that not only
can Timeka sing, but she could model as well! Timeka showcased
another one ofher talents at a local fashion show. "I was asked to
sing at this show But while I was there, I looked at the girls doing
their thing so I said to myself, I could do that too, so I tried it!" Yet
again, Marshall struck gold, finding out that she had the face and
definitely the body for modeling. "Modeling was just a by
product ofmy singing. like modeling and I wanted to take that up
more than my singing but then I realized that everyone knows
Timeka by her voice. So I gave the people what they wanted! I
gave them back my voice. I did get good reviews from people
when I started to do the modeling gigs. I was grateful for the
experience because I knew as well. other than my singing, I have
anothertalent!"

From a "teenage regular" to a singing and modeling
"'wonder", Timeka took Guyana by storm when she released her
single "Separate." Not too long after, she hit us with another.
"Nothing at all." TM was now on her way to music history, but the
controversy started when Timeka decided to do a video outside of
Guyana! "Let me clear the air on this," Timeka said, "When the
song was written, I took the material to Kerwin, and then it moved
from there!" Kerwin Boilers, the star's manager, and also a
popular DJ coming out from the Fusion family, was a friend of
Timeka before becoming her manager. "le's a resourceful
person. He knew all the right people, and he advised to me to do
something impressive for a first video! The song was already a hit
so why just do a video for the sake of doing it? It would have been
easier doing the video right here in Guyana, but we don't have
enough know-how for production in Guyana, and quality was one
ofthe main factors of this video".
That was when Timeka and Kerwin approached Music
Media member Dexter... "Dexter advised us to go out of the
country to shoot this video, and Jamaica was the chosen location.
They had everything we needed to get this video the way we
wanted it, but we also had to pay them for the quality that we were
looking for!" And that's where GT&T stepped in! "We
approached GT&T for sponsorship for this video. Of course they
wanted to be assured of the'quality of this video because this ain't
cents that we're talking about here. So they took the chance in
investing and came out with the best results!"
"Separate" was the talk of the town after its launching at
the Pegasus. People obviously had their own views to what they
thought about it, but overall, the video hit the airwaves and
impressed Guyana, although it wasn't shot here.

Timeka went ahead to talk about what it is that inspired
her to write the song, "I was looking at my favorite TV program
MTV, and the video came on from Neyo 'So Sick', and my
thoughts just started flowing from there. So 1 began to write and
before you knew it. after about an hour, 1 was finished writing
"Separate."
One would think that a talented singer like Timeka
would be confident also of her song-writing abilities. For this
young lady it was all different "I never knew that I could write, so
when the thoughts just kept following; I found it strange that it
was me thinking of the words for a song! And so easily at that! I
realized that I had another hidden talent, and I needed to bring that
out more as well!"

So there you have it: from regular school girl to Jingle
competition winner, to model, to song writer! What next can we
.expect from this obvious star in the making?


She went onto say, that Ir ;a : tiu don't kruw what you
have until you try! And as we can see that "trying" is really
working for Ms. Marshall.
"I was testing myself to see what I would come up with
when I came up with this danceh.ll vihe..." referring to another
hit 'Nothing at all'. "I was looking at my favourite TV program
again, and the words started coning. so again I started writing!
\\h n I was finished writing the song, I realized that this song had
nothing to do with me! I was just writing ihat came to my head,
and it worked out!"
Timeka moved from the soulful, innocent character to
the defender ofthe independent ladies. Shortly after, she also tired
a bit of the soca flare when she recorded the Blue Power theme
song with the Fyah Clan band, can we assume that Timeka might
start rapping in the near future?

All in all, Timeka Marshall has shown her growth in the
music industry, moving from strength to strength. With
"Entertainer Kerwin' by her side, the duo of Singer/Manager has
made an impact in Guyana's music today "As I said before,
Kerwin and I were friendsbefore all this Iused to ask him what he
thinks about certain stuffrelating to music because he knew what
out there was all about! He knew what was hot from what wasn't.


So what else did I need to do other than make him manager? As he
said to me,"Timeka you have talent, so youdo the sing thing, and
I'll be the manager."

When asked about her future she quickly stated. "I see
myself in the near future, signed to a record label, going on tours
and living my dream, because it is my dream to make it big in the
music industry.And it's my dream to be signed to a record label"
"I'm grateful that I took the opportunity to participate in the jingle
competition, because since then my life has never been the same!
GT&T made everything possible for me. My manager Kerwin
pushed me as well. He encouraged me to do things I never thought
I could do. I thank my mom and my sister and my other family for
theii support in all that 've accomplished. To the Fusions Crew, a
big shout out to you guys. And to all the people that have
supported me in some way or the other, a big thank you to you!"

Timeka has already started to work on more material
and has promised to bring more to the Guyanese public. She
stated that she's going to do her best to take the music industry in
Guyana to a higher level, and to make her music of such quality
that not only the Guyanese public would appreciate, but the
Caribbean and the world at large.


Best Network, Strongest Signal





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C, P E


GRANT CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE YEAR 2006 CALL FOR PROPOSALS
2006/001 (7 MONTHLY LOTS FROM APRIL TO OCTOBER) FOR THE

GUYANA MICRO-PROJECTS PROGRAMME



FINANCING SOURCE: EDF ACP-EU Partnership Agreement signed on 23/06/00,
9th European Development Fund.


Grants awarded under the Call

for Proposals 2006/001 of the

Guyana Micro-Projects

Programme (including grants

awarded under the fast track

evaluation procedure). Call

published from April to October

2006.


Beneficiary: Action title Action Action Grant amount Percentage of
Name & Address location duration (GUY) total eligible
(Months) action costs
_____________________(%)
Region 10 Building the capacity of Region 10 3 months 8,962,500.00 75%
Agricultural and the Region 10, (Georgetown
Forest Producers Agriculture and Forest and Other
Association (Linden) Producers Association Towns)
Linden Township, to effectively utilize
Linden their forest resources by
employing the use of the
portable mill technology
in conversion
processing
Upper Berbice Forest Building the Capacity of Kwakwani, 3 months 8,962.500.00 75%
Producers Kwakwani Community Region 10
Association to effectively utilise (Rural
(Kwakwani) their forest resources by Interior)
Community Forestry employing the use of the
Organisation two tractors to retrieve
Kwakwani cut lumber from the
Waterfront concession area in a
Berbice River timely manner
Ituni Community Building the Capacity of Ituni, Region 3 months 8,962,500.00 75%
Forestry Organisation the Ituni Community to 10 (Rural
Ituni District effectively utilise their Interior)
Upper Demerara resources by employing
the use of the Portable
Mill Technology in
conversion processing
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Pattensen(south) Proposed construction of Georgetown, 3 months 7,130,000.00 75%
section'B' Community multi purpose Region 4
Development Council Community Centre (Georgetown
109 Section B Block 12 and other
Pattensen _Towns)
Waramuri Village Waramuri-ParaDam Waramuri 3 months 6,620,010.00 75%
Council Project VillageRegion
Waramuri 1 (Rural
Moruka Sub-division Interior)
Region_
Jawalla Village Council Improving the availability Kambaru 4 months 1,852,360.00 75%
Jawalla Village of potable water to Village, Region
Region Kambaru 7 (Rural
Interior)
Kamarang Village Warwatta Water Project Warwatta 4 months 1,852,360.00 75%
Council Village, Region
Kamarang Village 7 (Rural
Region 7 Interior)
Kamarang Village Kamarang Water Project Kamarang 2 months 4,099,866.00 75%
Council Village, Region
Kamarang Village 7 (Rural
Region 7 Interior)
Jawalla Village Council Jawalla Water Project Jawalla 2 months 4,572,122.00 75%
Jawalla Village Village, Region
Region 7 7 (Rural
Interior)
Quebanang Village Quebanang Water Project Quebanang 2 months 4,659,210.00 75%
Council Village, Region
Quenbanang Village 7, (Rural
Region 7 Interior)
Phillipai Villlage Phillipai Water Project Phillipai 1 month 4.659,210.00 75%
Council Village, Region
Phillipai Village 7 (Rural
Region 7 Interior)
Kako Village Council Kako Water Project Kako Village, 2 months 4,638,210.00 75%
Kako Village Region 7
Region 7 (Rural Interior)
Waramadong Village Waramadong Water Waramadong 2 months 4,615,666.00 74%
Council Project Village, Region
Waramadong Village 7, (Rural
Region 7 Interior)


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Waramadong Village Imbaimadai Water Imbaimadai 2 months 1.852.360.00 75%
Council Project Village, Region
Waramadong Village 7. (Rural
Region 7 Interior)

Anglican Mothers St. Barnabus Mothers Leguan. Region 3 months 1,875,000.00 75%
Union Union Community Centre 2 Coastal
Louisiana Leguan Village
Essequibo River
Region 9 Indigenous Nappi Primary School Nappi, Region 4 months 2,025.500(.00 75%
Development daily nutritious hot meal 9, (Rural
Association kitchen building project Interior)
Lethem.
Region 9
Region 9 Indigenous Katoka Primary School KatokaVillage, 4 months 2,175,000.00 75%
Development daily nutritious hot meal Region 9
Association kitchen building project (Rural Interior)
Lethem,
Region 9 *
Region 9 Indigenous Hiowa Primary School Hiowa Village, 2 months 2,025,000.00 75%
Development Daily Nutritious Hot Region 9
Association Meal Kitchen Building (Rural Interior)
Lethem, Project
Region 9
Region 9 Indigenous Awarewaunau Primary Awarewanau 2 months 2,262,459.00 75%
Development School Daily Nutritious Village. Region
Association Hot Meal Kitchen 9 (Rural
Lethem, Building Project Interior)
Region 9
Region 9 Indigenous Achawib Primary School Achawib 2 months 2.175,000.00 75%
Development Daily Nutritious Hot Village, Region
Association Meal Kitchen Building 9 (Rural
Lethem, Project Interior)
Region 9
Region 9 Indigenous Yupukari Primary School Yupukari 2 months 2.138.853.00 75%
Development Daily Nutritious Hot Village, Region
Association Meal Kitchen Building 9 (Rural
Lethem, Project Interior)
Region 9
Region 9 Indigenous Kaicumbay Primary Kaicumbay 2 months 2,235.890.00 75%
Development School Daily Nutritious Village, Region
Association Hot Meal Kitchen 9 ( Rural
Lethem. Building Project Interior)
Region 9 ______________________ ___ _____
Pomeroon Beekeepers Agriculture Training Pomeroon. I month 1,863.750.00 75%
Association Programme Phase 1 Region 2
Grant Henrietta Cecilia (Coastal
Lower Pomeroon River Villages)
Region 2
Santa Rosa Mission Improvement of the Santa Rosa 2 months 4,450.X61.00 75%
Village Council Mora-Coomaka Bridge Village, Region
Santa Rosa Village (Rural
Moruka River Interior)
Region I
Santa Rosa Mission Improvement of the Santa Rosa 2 months 7,633.890.00 75%
Village Council Rincon-Coomaka Bridge Village. Region
Santa Rosa Village 1(Rural
Moruka River Interior)
Region I
Santa Rosa Mission Improvement of the Santa Rosa 2 months 8.210.986.00 75%
Village Council Paloina-St. Peter's Bridge Village, Region
Santa Rosa Village (Rural
Monrka River Interior)
Region I
Parent Teachers Expansion and No. 72 Village, 2 months 5.384.643.00
Association (No. 72 Rehabilitation of the Corentyne,
Nursery School. Upper School Region 6,
Corentyne. Berbice) Coastal Village
No. 72 Village
Upper Corentyne
Berbice
Santa Rosa Village Electricity expansion for Santa Rosa months 1.500,000.00 75',
Council selected areas in Santa Village, Region
Santa Rosa Village Rosa Village l(Rural
Moruka River Interior)
Region I __
Lend A Hand Enhancing the capacity of Georgetown, I month 2,373.674.00 75%
Movement Sophia Youths for greater Region 4,
Lot 5 Dennis Street employability Georgetown
Block A and Other
Sophia Towns
amarang Primary Kamarang P Kamarang 2 months 2,479,413.00 75%
School/PTA Computerisation Project Village, Region
Kamarang Village 7, Rural
Region 7 Interior
Young Womens Small Business Start-up: Litchfield 4 months 7,170,000.00 75%
Christian Association Food Processing and Village. West
106 Brickdam Preserving Coast Berbice,
Georgetown Coastal
Villages
Marfriends Land Construction of Meeting Friendship. 2 months 5.157.245.00 75%
Cooperative Ltd. Place/Office and East Bank
17-23 (Cuty Koker Equipment Storage Room Demerara,
Dam and Purchase of Land Region 4.
Friendship Preparation Equipment Coastal Village
East Bank Demerara
Region 10 Tourism Rockstone Fish Festival Rockstone, 4 months 2.250,000.00 75%,
Development Region 10,
Association Georgetown
Region 10 Business and other towns
Centre
Republic Avenue
Linden _
Youth Challenge Electricity Provision in West Coast I month 1.652,188.00 75%
Guyana Naamryck. Salem and Demerara,
S291 lliomas Street Mora Region 3.
Cummingsburg Coastal
_ Villages ____

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CO-OPERATIVE REPUBLIC OF GUYANA
GUYANA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY





82 Premniranjan Place Prashad Nagar
Tel. 225-6822 Fax 225-6900
E-mail director-general(@)gcaa-gy.org
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons for the
following positions:.

1. Aviation Security Inspector

The Job holder is required to perform complex aviation security duties through a
process of approvals and surveillance of the airport, aircraft operators, air
navigation services providers and fuel farms and regulated agents, thus ensuring
the implementation and enforcement of aviation security measures.

Job Responsibilities:
To ensure that Aviation Security measures in place with stakeholders
confirm to ICAO Annex 17 and Aviation (Security) Regulations 2004.
To assist in the implementation of Aviation Facilitation in accordance
with ICAO Annex 9.
To review and recommend for approval various Aviation Security
Programmes as submitted by the aviation stakeholders.
To plan and carry out aviation security audits, surveillance and
monitoring of industry standards in accordance with ICAO's SARPs and
guidance materials.

Job Requirement:
The job holder must possess an academic degree or an alternate
qualification.
Successful completion of an accredited quality system audit course and/or
practical experience in system auditing or experience in security functions.
An understanding of project management is desirable.



2. Air Navigation and Telecommunication Engineer

Within a specific area of responsibility, and with limited supervision, ensure
aeronautical telecommunication equipment and services are maintained and kept
up to standard through a reliable and acceptable maintenance programme.

Job Responsibilities:
Ensures that all Aeronautical Telecommunication and Air Navigation Aid
equipment are kept in a high state of serviceability through preventative
maintenance.
Prepares plans for the development of Aeronautical Telecommunication as
they relate to staff requirement, allocation of space and purchase of new
equipment;
Maintenance of computer systems and hardware.

Job Requirement:

Any two of the following three qualifications.
Degree in Technology (Electrical/Electronics/Telecommunication
Engineering) or its equivalent plus five (5) years experience.
Higher technical Diploma/Ordinary Technical Diploma'PLUS ten (10) years
experience.
Completion ofa certificate course in Supervisory Management is desirable.

3. Secretary Timehri Location

Applicant should be between 25-35 years and must possess the following
requirements:

Five subjects CXC including English, Mathematics, Office Procedures with
grades 1-3.
Must be computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
and Internet and Emails.
Must have at least two years working experience as a secretary, be able to
apply initiative, work unsupervised.
Two recent testimonials are required.

4. Driver Timehri Location

Applicant must be the holder of a valid driver's licence, with a minimum of 5 years'
driving experience, a valid Police clearance, and two written testimonials.

General
A competitive salary package will be offered. Applicants should send full resume
with a covering letter to reach the address below before March 23, 2007.

Interim Director General
Guyana Civil Aviation Authority
82 Premnirangan Place
Prashad Nagar
Greater Georgetown
Guyana
Tel:592-225-6822Fax;592-225-6800

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5 PUBLIC NOTICE
GUYANA ENERGY AGENCY

ATTENTION ALL OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF ROAD TANKERS,
TRUCKS AND VESSELS USED TO TRANSPORT PETROLEUM AND
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

Please be advised that it is an offence under the Guyana Energy AgencyAct,
No. 3 of 2004 to transport petroleum and petroleum products in a road
tanker, truck or vessel without a GEA Transport Licence issued by the'
Licensing Department of the GEA.

All person who do not have GEA transport licences or whose licences have
expired or will expire on the 30" April, 2007 are asked to make immediate
contact with the Licensing Department of the GEA.

Joseph O'Lall
Chief Executive Officer


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NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS

Notice is hereby given that the Register of members will
be closed for the period 8* March 2"1April, 2007 both
dates indusive. Transfers received at the office of the
Registrars, Trust Company (Guyana) Limited, 230 Camp
& South Streets, Georgetown up to the close of business
before this time will be registered in the name of the
transferees. This closure is for the purpose of payment of
the final dividend for 2006.

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partnership between Guyana and the International community.
The Government and people of Guyana have offered the one
million acres of pristine rainforest to demonstrate methods of
sustainable management of tropical forests, We are providing
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The Ministry of Local Government and Regional
Development has contracted CEMCO Inc. under the
Community Services Enhancement Programme to
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Management Investment Programme in Parika, Charity,
Supenaam and Bartica.
The objective of the consultancy service is to determine a
solid waste improvement project for all four areas.
To achieve the objective of this consultancy the
consultants will be required to conduct a Social Impact
Assessment. Data will be collected through field surveys
under the supervision of CEMCO Inc. in the four areas
from the period 06-20 March of 2007. ,
We therefore, request your cooperation in participating in.
these surveys. The Enumerators and Supervisory staff
will be issued with the necessary official correspondence
and identification.


Hurakabra River Resort, is located oh the West Bank of the
Essequibo River about 3 miles from Bartica and 2 /2 hours
journey from Georgetown.
Accommodates 2-10 persons
catering or self-catering, fully equipped
kitchen, hot/cold water, fully screened,
I solar/generator power

SAccommodates 2-4 persons,
fully equipped kitchen, catering or
self-catering, fully screened,
Solar/generator power

1PL ,l Accommodates 2-10 persons, self catering,
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Generator power, very private location
Bucksands locatedd 2 mlns. from Hurakabra b boati .
Indoor & Outdoor activities-Swimming, Kayaks, Peddle Boat,
Waverunner, Water Skiing, Knee Boarding, etc.
River tours available to neighboring villages, waterfalls, historical sites.
Contact: Gem or Kit Nascimento
(592)-226-0240 (tellfax);225-3557, Cell: 624-8694,640-4497,
. Weekends & holidays : (592) 455-3200
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