| Why not a simple funeral and a scholarship?
THE EDITOR, Sir: THIS AN open letter to Mr. Tommy Thompson, owner of Brite-Lite Funeral Services...
Fight crime, look inwards
THE EDITOR, Sir: AS THE murders continue unabated towards the one thousand mark by year-end, the society continues to look towards the government, the police and those engaged in promoting peace...
Blurred vision towards the disabled
THE EDITOR, Sir: PLEASE ALLOW me the privilege of expressing my concern about the widespread ignorance which exists in our communities about disabilities.
We've become a nation of dog-hearts
THE EDITOR, Sir: MURDERS. MURDERS. Murders - even of children; even our murdering gunmen must secretly think we have gone too far, if even a pinch of conscience remains - in them.
New prison welcomed
THE EDITOR, Sir: IF THERE is one pending change which has been put on the agenda by the current government in evidence of the easing of the conscience of the State, it is the decision to build a new prison.
The public can use UWI Library
THE EDITOR, Sir: THIS IS in response to a letter in The Gleaner of November 11, 2002 in which Pastor Shaun Brooks spoke to the ease or lack thereof with which access is gained by citizens to tertiary institutions' libraries.
Crime-fighting is everybody's business
THE EDITOR, Sir: PERMIT ME to point out that while I will not dispute the fact that both government and the police must do all they can to contain this perennial scourge, persistent violence is quite obviously an extremely complex social issue.