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Jamaica Gleaner Letters
published: Monday | December 22, 2003

Should umpires get more hi-tech help?
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE ZIMBABWE cricket series provides another illustration of the power of an idea whose time has come. Instant replay technology could have helped the umpires to avoid some bad decisions.

A matter of choices
THE EDITOR, Sir: WHO DECIDES what is right and what is wrong? God decides that it is a fact that we all have the privileges to make choices; but it seems to me that many of us have forgotten that there are wrong choices and right choices.


Frustrated
THE EDITOR, Sir: I AM not impressed with the way in which the National Water Commission (NWC) operates. They say "water is life don't waste it call NWC".


An act of terrorism?
THE EDITOR, Sir: A FEW days ago, I went to a meat shop and did some purchases. As I left that business place I entered another one and purchased two apple juices.


Respect people for who they are
THE EDITOR, Sir: I READ with interest the letter penned by Darolyn Henry in The Gleaner of December 15, 2003.


Predictions of gloom and doom
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN YOUR issue of November 28 headlined 'Government running scared' the Hon. Edward Seaga predicted a catastrophic financial upheaval.


Prune the withered branches
THE EDITOR, Sir: IF A Prime Minister fails to do a good job, he should be fired. If a Chief Justice fails to do a good job, he should be fired. If a Director of Public Prosecution fails to do a good job, he should be fired.


John Paul Whyte
THE EDITOR, Sir: I AM trying to locate my father John Paul Whyte. Son of William Whyte of Somerton, St. James and Bernice (Pat) Jones. My father's last known address is Kingston, Jamaica.















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