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The special division of the LO.T, is expected to be chaired by Mr. Bevan Francis who has been appointed by the Government. The other two members are Mr. Danovan Hunter, Leeturer at the University School of continuing Studies and former Deputy Island Supervisor of the National Workers Union, Jamalco has appointed Mr. Victor Harris of Seprod.

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changed the status quo, a loss a defmite no no. Excuse the euphemism but when one examines the Australian Tour to the West Indies from a layman's perspective, the question remains did we lose? In a worse case scenario the West Indies drew but won in a best case scenario.

GLENMUIR 1995 SCHOOLS CHALLENGE WINNERS
Everybody's Pharmacy May Pen Pharmacy Mid- Town Pharmacy Young's Pharmacy Vere Pharmacy Leiba's Esso Paisley Petcom Williams Texaco Battery Shop Sweet and JUICY Healthy Eaters Sports & Books Chapel ton Book Shop The Glenmuir High School Team won the J.B.C.'S Schools Challenge Trophy for the first time in its history defeating Ardenne High in the final by 30 -.27 points. The team took the Mall and Tropical Jewellers Schools Challenge Trophy and the American Universities Graduates Association Award for the best rural team. Clayton McCalla won the Don Bucknor Scholarship of twenty four thousand dollars($24,000) tenable at the University of the West Indies. Team captain Clayeon Dennis won the Kingston Book Shop Scholarship of ten thousand dollars,($10,000). Two Scholarship funds of five thousand dollars each went to Oneil Dunn and Bryan Watson courtesy of Island Dairies. In addition each, member of the team received six thousand dolL-R, Clayeon Dennis (Capt.), Bryan Watson, Andrew Gordon lars in cash. National CommerCoach and Clayton McCalla. FRONT Pat Meikle Assist. cial Bank, Century National Coach, absent Oneil Dunn. bank, Mutual Security Bank and Victoria Mutual Building Society have all pledged accounts Glenmuir High School's winning Schools Challenge team Prizes from various sponsors for each member of the team to brought home trophies, cash were awarded to the team, the ranging from $1000.00 $2500. Eagle Unit Trust has prizes scholarships and more to successful Teacher/Couch Mr. the tune of over one hundred and Andrew Gordon and also to the pledged one thousand units for each member of the team. The f i f t Y tho usa n d d a 1- school. team has also received a trip to lars,($150,000) Antigua, gold rings and other prizes. Coach of the team. Mr. Andrew Gordon received approximately $13,000 for his effort. The School will receive fifteen gallons of paints from Sherwin Williams Paints, two television, sets, and .Tastee P,attieswi1l sponsor furnishing of a class room.

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The Glenmuir's Schools Chalt enge team won five matches on their way to the coveted title. They defeated Garvey Maceo 35-12, York Castle 37-4;,\ Brown Town, 34-22 former';:$ many times champion MUrl~&~10; 30-27 and former Champion"? and finalist Ardenne 30-27. The team wiII be working hard to repeat next year.

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Consultants for May the nineth marked the sentatives first day of a four (4) days' Latin America's Health and Nutrition Sustainibility ProHospital Quality Assurance Project Seminar for May Pen ject, Miss Hyacinth Allen, ProHospital, held at the Versalles ject Manager of the Health Sector Initiative Project in Hotel Kingston, Miss Sadie Fraser of The Quality Assurance Project Management Institute for NaMrs. (Q.AP.) was launched to pro- tional Development, vide essential health care Lorna Salmon-Baker CE.O. of May Pen Hospital and other worldwide in less developed participants in the related nurscountries, such as Jamaica. The Hospitals to benefit from ing field. this are the May Pen Hospital, Mandeville Public Hospital, Spanish Town Hospital, Bustamante Hospital for Children, Cornwall Regional Hospital, Sav-vanna-Ia-rnar and the St Anns Bay Hospital. The Quality Assurance Programme was initiated in 1990 and was funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, Office of Health, Bureau for Science and Technology under a co-operative This seminar is being held to agreement with the Centre for Working identify and implement plans Human Services. with the Centre for Human for the May Pen Hospital, and de vel 0 p sus t a ina b I e a p- Services on this project are the University proaches for improving the John Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public quality of health care in all needed areas. Present were Health and the Acadernv for Miss Elizabeth Mariani and Educational Development. Miss Sylvia Megret, Repre-

The objectives of the project are to provide technical assistance to design and implement effective strategies for monitoring quality and correcting systematic deficiencies and to refine existing methods for ensuring optimal quality health care through an applied research programme. Mrs. Lorna Salmon-Baker, the CE.O. of May Pen Hospital told Town-Cry that project

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In the meantime, the situation on the ground is very tense with growing rumours of redundancy and its effects. The situation is exacerbated by administrative update of the employees files. A new union, the Union of Technical & Administrative Personnel, U-T-A-S-P, has just gained bargaining rights for another group of workers. The U.A.W.U. represents over nine hundred workers at Jamaica, two hundred of which are contractors or involve in special projects. Against the background of extensive union rivalry, the Jamaica settlement could be the benchmark for future negotiations in the bauxite industry.

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sprang two 'or three other parishes. Over the years out.standing events have taken place in this parish, in helping to shape Jamaica's history. Great teachers, men of cloth, businessmen: industrialists, fanners large and small, historians, poets orators, statesmen to say nothing of politicians. For statesmen -politician, I have the honour and prudence to mention the late Hon. James Alexander George Smith K.C. emnenent Barrister of Law though not a am a born and bred Claren- Cl are nd o ni an , 1ived and donian, but let it not be said served most of his life in that I am insular. Jamaica is as Clarendon and who came to be important to me as is Claren- known as the people's chamdon, so Ispeak from a national pion Jamaica wide. I once point of view. heard Barrister Smith say after living in a parish for 40 years and more, you are regarded as Clarendon has given and done so much to enrich Jamaica a man of that parish, so Barrisspiritually, politically, cultu~~ ter Smith can proudly be really, historically and econom~- garded as a Clarendonian. cally. But strange enough, It J.A.G.S., possessed a great would seem that there is no deal intellectually, spiritually, urge from any quarter to offer charitably (not much ecocredence nor appreciation to nomically) but he did not althis great parish from which low those rich qualities to

to say none has done more than J.A.G. Smith. He equals them in every respect particularly those of our time. I am old enough to have known them and knew sufficient of them to back up my statement and if I am not believed please get a copy of Anthony Johnson's The known outstanding and book titled J.A.G. Smith. charitable services of individuals are what ought to de- He meant so much to the comt e r min e w h e the r t hat man people of this country individual should be made a that when died, throughout Janational hero in the name of maica, people unfortunately the people. So let us be fair seemed to have forgotten that and honest to God and man, God was still on the throne and take a deep breath and answer cried out in loud voices "laud whether J.A.G. Smith should Barrister Smith dead a whey be made National Hero. I am wi gwine do". r am spiritually confident there would be a re- sure that all our National Hesounding yes after scrutinizing roes not of our time and of our his time of service here on time wherever they are , are earth among others. crying "shame" on us to have been so forgetful and inconsis'1 have no qualms with those tent with historv. They wish who are named National He- to see J.A.G. Smith beside roes. In my very humble opin- them in that place of National ion they deserved it and I Honour sharing the words of honour them, but I have the the master. "Thou hast been right to my own opinion also faithful over a few things came up higher and because you

possess him. He gave of them freely and bountifully. He was a humble man full of respectability, but if you touched his corns unseemingly or corns of his people, he would with vigour address the situation firmly and stately.

have done it-unto the least of these, you have done it unto me. During my 26 years in the Clarendon Parish Council I made three calls to both P.N.P and Labour Government to declare J.A.G. Smith a National Hero only to see it falling on deaf ears. I deem this illfated treatment to this great Jamaican a serious indictment on both P.N.P and Labour Governments. ment of his mission, a fulfilment hew was so willing to do may soon be gone, but let me. again at this stage with all honesty and with every nerve in me and with absolutely no apology, call upon the powers that be particularly to the Hon. Prime Minister to immediate steps to declare the Late Hon. J.A.G. Smith - the people's . champion a National Herd>
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Last time Jay and Cleo had "hello, and how may I help made love, three weeks you," "oh Jay don't be mad, it's only me your brother, I later: need you to pick me up at the Jay was at work, he had some station, I am coming home. last minute things to finalize before the big meeting of Di- On Jay's arrival at the station rectors two days away. He he and Cee hugged each other had just finish putting in the lovingly, they got in the car final details when the phone and started for home, "heyJay, what has been happening to rang. you since I left home, tell me "Darn," muttered Jay under from now because I can't wait his breath, "who could it be at until we get home." this hour, and how the dickens does that person knows that I Jay's eyes lit up, "well Cee, am here," he couldn't ask his two great events has taken secretary to take a message as place since you were last here she had already left. Jay and I do hope that better and picked up the phone and an- greater things will happen." swered in a harsh voice, "So tell me Jay and take me

out of the suspense." "Well for one, I have gotten a job promotion and the woman I have always dreamt of making mine is now my steady girlfriend," remarked Jay. "Oh my brother I am so happy for you, but since the woman is your steady girlfriend, may I ask who the lucky woman is?" "Oh I am sorry Cee I thought you would have guessed its no one else but Cleo." "Cleo!" exclaimed Cee in utter disbelief, "you could not mean Cleo, oh Jay how could you." To b~ continued...

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than ever before. At all time you should buy the right equipment. If you are offering typing service buy a modem typewriter or a computer. You should aim to be professional in. whatever you do. People should not be able differentiate between a home based business and an office business because of the quality. ment, don't wear your sweatsuit or shorts. Appear neatly attired and look business-like. You should dress the way professionals in your field dress. 9. LEARN TO DEAL WITH DISTRACTION The best way to fight the plethora of distractions tugging at a home based business owner's door is to select a business that truly interests you. If you don't like what you are domg, you are going to find reasons for tumm g on your television. Be aware that the same holds good for individual aspects of the business. For example. if you don't like going out on sales calls, it's too easy in a home based business to say "maybe I don't have to go out se1ling today. The kids need my attention anyway". One way to stave off temptation is to scliedule tasks that you dislike early in the day.

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You should realize that your telephone can be your best friend or your worst enemy. Talking on the telephone can waste your time if you don't schedule your calls properly, if possible, use an answenng machine to screen your calls.

business. With the high rental, many people are movmg their business nome, so you are not alone.

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Being an "open collar worker" is one of the joys of working at home. On the other hand, some people need to dress in office Last issue we looked at six (6) wear to stay motivated and prothings that you should do to vide a division between their life become a successful small as a resident and entrepreneur. business owner. This issue we Basically, you should dress as formally as is necessary to feel continue witb the sevenths-

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Don't roll out of bed and shuffle to work in pyjamas or night gowns you may be tempted to Fortunately, equipment and fake naps. Always shower and services are more accessible to be well-groomed. If you are go- 10. DON'T ABUSE YOUR home based business owners ing to the bank or for an appoint- TELEPHONE

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Unfortunately, some people still believe home based busmesses are not as "real" as those operated from office buildings. However, the more we convex 11. BE BUSINESS-LIKE ourselves professionally ana A home based business is an succeed at what we are doing the easy prey for friends and ,neigh- less that attitude will exists. bours who want to gOSSIp. 13e firm and ask them to come back In promoting your business 1.'0u after 5 pm. If your customers network as much as possible have to visit your home, dress join local service clubs, attend appropriately, ensure that your 1uncheons, sporting events, church functions, school funcoffice looks business-like. Don't have toys thrown around tions etc. You should be every1 at all times be professionaL It where people are. This is one way or promoting your business IS always a good idea for home based business to get a post of- free of cost in most cases. Don't fice box. This Will give you lock yourself at home because you are operating from there. some amount of privacy. The Small Business Corner hopes that you will 12. FINALLY BE PROUD you Boss Goodbye" soon "Kiss OF YOUR HOME BASED BUSINESS There is no reason to be ashamed of your home based

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How often have we say "the children are our future, and in them lies the hope of a better tomorrow," but how little we consider their well-being and livelihood. How very precious are our dreams for the future, but how little it seems we ensure that we work towards achieving these dreams. How many time have you seen naked and homeless children on the streets but offer not a second look, a kind smile or a few dollars? Instead we insist in chasing them away, saying they should go horne, get ajob or go to school.

elude individuals refusing to help the needy, then our efforts will be in vain. I bel ieve that if every Jamaican would find it in their hearts to constantly give a small percentage of their earnings to charity, then eventually this would result in numerous amounts of homeless people, ineluding children being fed, clothed and sheltered each day. So where do we go from here? Do we continue to take little or no interest in the constant but silent cry for help around us, or do we try to be "Good Samaritans" and offer help where help is needed? Let us realize that ac"tion does speak louder than words.

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slave. You must instead help him to understand that if you are unhappy, and not trusted, the relationship will never be a healthy one. If both of you are serious about your relationship, encourage him to go with you and talk it over with a family counsellor. Do not this issue lightly. Talk it through come to some understanding healthy for both of yon and the reilllti(I, ship.

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Dear Advisor, Good day to you, I would like to commend you on the fantastic work your doing, and I hope you will keep it up. My problem is this, I have a girlfriend who I have known for the past two years, but I am not sure if I really love her. I never did anything to hurt her and never would, but some how I am having doubts about my feelings for her. Sometimes I feel like she means everything to me and sometimes I feel nothing for her. Another thing that is bothering me is that I've gotten friendly with this other young woman, but it is not too ·serious. I told this young woman about my girlfriend and that I don't have any plans of leaving her for anybody, but she still insists on us getting involved. My girlfriend stays in Kingston because that is where she attends school. She is a very independent person and that's one of the qualities I admire in her, she is also very understanding and she cares for me a lot, though sometime she doesn't show it.

appropriate time and place to talk with' her about your concerns without accus-. ing Or threatening her. If you don't' want to hurt either of the two girls, you will end up hurting both and yourself. The more of your mental energies you spend on this other young woman, the less feelings you will have for your girlfriend. If your girlfriend's only problem is her failure to show you her true feelings, give her time to show you rather than take one who expresses her feelings but lacks what your girlfriend has.

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I have a problem, I am a 19 year old girl who is completely in love with a 26 year old man. He says he love me and sometimes show it, but he does not trust me enough. Even though I show my true feelings for him, he still doubts my actions. When I go to work he calls to see if I'm Advisor 1 am so confused, I don't want to there, and if not, he accuses me of being hurtanyof these girls especially my girf with another man. friend, I don't know if it's because my girlfriend does not sometimes show her Advisor I don't what is to become of us. I true feelings for me. Please give your love this man and don't want to loose him, fatherly advice on the situation because I please tell what I can do to make this relawant it I truly love my girlfriend. tionship work. C.M. Manchester Worried Clarendon Dear Worried. DearC.M. Your 26 year old boyfriend has a security problem. Is he insecure, or do you make him insecure? Your story tells me that be doesn't know what it means to love someone. He obviously wants to own you. You are going to end up with the man you love, but trapped in a very unhealthy relationship unless he changes. The bottom line is this, he has got to respect you as a person, and trust and respect you, unless you give him reason not to. My only fear is that you may already love him too much to see the danger. To save this relationship you will have to do everything he says, and give up your rights and freedom. You will have him, but you will be his

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By Kerian Morris Her bestfriend was at he home on one occasion when it happened. She had been planning on going out for the weekend and she had sajd that she was going along with afnend. Steven was her boyfriend as well as her baby's father and he was seeing her bestfriend for the first time. She was short and very attractive, she sported jheri curls and was dressed in an off the shoulder silk dress that virtually glowed on her in the evening. His girlfriend, Joycelyn, was also dressed to go out. He was Just coming from work and had gone to vis if her. When he came Into the room both were sitting together, the baby was apparently asleep. "Hi," 'he said smiling. "Why are you dressed?" Joycelyn was angrx when she responded, "didn t I tell you that I "vas going out for the weekend?". She asked. "I thought you were joking," Steven said. "So who is KQipg to take care of the ba.by?" "What about ;you?" "Me! I have work to do, Steven retorted. "Well she has got a wandmother, she won't be alone. "May I ask where y'ou are going," Steven sighed. "1 am gom_g to the North Coast." "Could Fcome along with you?" Steven asked. "Haven't you got work to do?" She asked s.arcastically, "I could ask for some time ott" "Good ask for some to stay with the baby."

Inside the car Angella was speaking to her, "you are something else, you know that," "Steven IS too dead. I need some excitement" "One day you are going to be sorry though" " I won't Steven will a]ways'be there ifthat is what you mean." "He'll become fed-up one day. Joycelyn She quickly got up and went into smiledjnischievously, "you don't the Bedroom from where she know Steven," "I use to' hear you came with her packed bags. Her talk about him, now I know him, friend stood and they went seeing him for the first time." Do through the door. Steven you like him," "he appears to be watched them as they went out. nice." "He is." "So what is the "Aren't you going along?" asked problem?" "As I said, he is not Joycelyri's mother. "no, she going much fun being with at times he alonR with her friend." "Steven,'" doesn't like gomg out; he ~refers called JoyceJvn from outside, ex- to stay in ana make love," "So cusing himself, Steven went out what IS wrong with that?" Asked to her. "I just need to be alone for Apgella, "at least you have him a while" she expounded appar- when you want him. "Well Imust ently' taking her friend's advice. say that he is always there when I Explaining to him about the need him." "Which is what some thing_s she did was not something married woman would give anyshe did regularly, even though she thing for," she_glanced quickly at usually diO things to upset him. "I her watch. "By the way, what am commg _around too often time is AI'?/Yl1 supposed to pick aren't I?" "Not reallY, but I need you up?" "About five, it is now some time by myself:" Her friend [our-thirty. We can reach the was sitting in the car awaitingher, hospital in time, Just keep driv"I've got to gonow,,_ see you Mon- mg.'" day. B,Ye" "nave I got a choice?' He asked piteously. Angella was the one who'd introShe was about to leave when sne Joycelyn to Alwyn. who turned back to him .. "why do you duced chartered accountant In the make it sound I ike It's the end of was awhere she worked, she herworld?" "Sometimes that's how firm was an accountant but was it feels for me." She came closer self part-time course at to him and kissed him, "well it's doing a to upgrade herself in her not that way and I'll be back. It's C.AS.T. not like I'm going away with a field.

Just then the door was pushed open and JoyceIyn's mother entered with her groceries from the market. She stop,red with them and straightened, good evening, I didn't tliink you were leaving so early," she said to J0y.cefyn. "Anzella came ear1x. so I decided I mffiht as well." Where is the baby'?". She's asleep." "Well, if you going to leave, you might as well so now." "Thanks mofher, I knew'I could count on you."

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When they arrived at the Spanish Town Hospital Alwyn was already there. He was tall, slim built and handsome but not in the manner Angella liked them, he was after hefbefore she had introduced him to Joycelyn" mainly to ~t him off her back. It worked. He was constantly after Joycelyn as if she was the only woman on earth. Angella was unable to say if they haa made love, but she knew since meeting, they'd been out pretty often.

Joycelyn got out of the car as it came to a stop beside Aly>:yn, she went out to meet him as ifhe was a lon~ lost friend. She embraced him, am Ilate?" She asked as she picked up the bag she'd put down to embrace and they walked towards his big car which was parked beside the gas station. He looked at his watcli and said, "not really. Ididn't think you would be here now, I was thmking more like six,"· he was smiling. "So why are you so early?" "Lovers intuitiont I guess. 1t is always right." They'both laughed.

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