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CRAWFORD GETS 3 YEARS AND $10,000


FINE FOR TRAFFICKING IN MARIJUANA


It was shortly after 5:30 on the
evening of Tuesday, March 10,
2009, when alert members of the
Western Border Patrol came
upon a man bringing marijuana
from across the Guatemalan
border.
The man was stopped and
when searched was found with
two separate parcels of
marijuana strapped to the
lower back portion of each of

Celebrating
EDEN RESORT, San Ignacio
Town, Cayo, Saturday, March
14, 2009:
It was a festive occasion this
past Saturday evening at the
Eden Resort on the Western
Highway, between the towns of
San Ignacio and Benque Viejo,
as Eduardo and Arita Lemus

Beware Of Bogus
BELIZE CITY, Thursday,
March 19, 2009:
The management of Bowen &
Bowen Ltd. advises the general
public and business owners in
particular that there are fraudulent
Bowen & Bowen, Ltd. payroll
cheques in circulation in the
country.
The business community is
advised to refrain from converting
these cheques into cash for anyone
other than those Bowen & Bowen
employees who they know


his legs.
He was instantly detained and
identified as Jason Jefferson
Crawford, 25, Belizean
construction worker of a Santa
Elena Town address.
When weighed, the two parcels
tipped the scales at 104.4 and
189 grams for a total of 293.4
grams. Crawford was formally
arrested and charged for drug
trafficking. He was brought


before Benque Viejo's
Magistrate Court where he
pleaded guilty and was
sentenced to three years
imprisonment and fined
$10,000.
In default of paying the fine he
would spend an additional three
years in jail.
Crawford could therefore
spend the next six years behind
bars.


25 Years Of Marriage


celebrated the silver anniversary
of their marriage.
It was 25 years ago, on March
11, 1984 when Eduardo and
Arita exchanged matrimonial
vows.
One year and six days after
their marriage they were blessed
with their first child and they

Bowen Cheques
personally as employees of the
company.
The Bowen & Bowen advisory
comes on the heels of the
Tuesday, March 17 incident in
which two men, one of Hispanic
and the other of creole decent,
visited a Chinese beauty salon in
Belmopan where they were
successful in changing Bowen's
First Caribbean Bank cheques.
The Hispanic person presented a
Social Security Card in the name
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named their baby girl,
Melody Sue. Melody is
celebrated her 24th birthday
on March 17.
The union was subsequently
blessed with two other children,
sons Josiah and Jeremy.
Eight weeks ago, the couple
welcomed the arrival of their
first grandchild when Melody
gave birth to a bouncing little
girl, Angeline Aria.
Pastor Eduardo Lemus and
Arita are religious leaders of
the Cornerstone Fellowship
Evangelical Church located in
San Ignacio Town.
Invited guests for the special
occasion included relatives,
friends and associates from the
Cornerstone Church.
The couple later left for a few
days of rest and relaxation on
the Placencia Peninsula.
We take this opportunity to


Jefferson Crawford, 25

wish Eduardo and Arita many
more happy years together and
we pray that the Almighty will
continue showering them with
many wonderful blessings.


Pastor Eduardo and
Arita Lemus


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Fonseca Gives A Glimpse
Of What A PUP Government
Would Have Been Like Today


The debate on the
Appropriation Bill 2009 2010,
(aka the Budget Debate)
normally produces an exciting
exchange in the House of
Representatives.
This year's debate was slated
for two days but as it drew near
to a close on the first day, it
became apparent that only one
day would suffice.
Of the six opposition PUP
representatives, five of them
showed up but only three of
them actually participated in
the debate. Former Prime
Minister and member of Fort
George, Said Musa was
conspicuously absent.
A reporter on one of the
evening's TV newscasts
informed that the day (March
19) is his birthday.
The reporter expressed the
opinion that he might not have
wanted to subject himself on
his birthday to the usual
heckling his mere presence
attracts in the House of
Representatives and so he
might have decided it best not
to even show up.
Leader of the opposition John
Bricefio was the first of
opposition members to speak.
Corozal South's PUP Area
Representative, Florencio
Marin Jr. spoke with his head
buried in the paper from which
he was reading and did not
really say much. Albert and
Lake Independence Area
Representatives, Mark Espat


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and Cordel Hyde respectively
both showed up for the debate
and remained in their seats just
long enough to listen to their
Party Leader's presentation
after which they resigned
themselves to the members'
room in the back portion of the
House where they remained
until around mid-day before
altogether leaving.
Espat and Hyde's probable
intention was to return and
make their presentation on the
second day of the debate but
this was not to be as the debate
was wound up in a day.
The short comment for the
purpose of this editorial is the
contribution to the debate
presented by PUP Freetown
Area Representative Francis
Fonseca.
In his presentation Fonseca
chastised the Public Utilities
Commission (PUC) for
bucking heads with the Belize
Electricity Limited (BEL) over
the electricity company's
desire to increase electricity
rates.
Fonseca's words revived an
instant sense of accomplish-
ment and appreciation in the
minds of that majority of
voters who went to the polls in
the last general elections
as well as the recent municipal
elections and voted
overwhelmingly for the
United Democratic Party.
The vast majority of
Belizeans are excited and
satisfied in the fact that at long
last the nation has a PUC that
is truly looking after their
interest, a Commission much
unlike the ineffective one of the
Musa/Fonseca era.
In his remarks, Fonseca gave
Belizeans a frightening glimpse
of how things would have been
under a PUP government
as it pertains to the PUC
protecting the interest of the
Belizean people.
Many are the Belizean
Voters who are truly happy that
they contibuted in booting the
PUP out of office on February
7, 2008.


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National Agriculture & Trade Show 2009

This Year's Farmers Of The Year Selected


BELMOPAN CITY,
Thursday, March 19, 2009:
This year's National Agricul-
ture and Trade Show will be held
from May 1 to May 3 at the
traditional showgrounds in
Roaring Creek Village.
While the official ceremony is
traditionally held during the
evening hours on the first day,
the organizing committee
informs that this year's opening
ceremony will instead be held at
10:00 am on Saturday, May 2
due to the May 1, Labor Day
holiday.
The National Agriculture and
Trade Show Committee likewise
announces the various Farmers
of the Year for 2009 as follows:
SENIOR FARMER OF
THE YEAR
OSCAR FIGUEROA
Mr. Figueroa hails from the
village of La Gracia in the Cayo
District.
He farms with his family on a
80 acre plot of land where he
owns and manages a diversified
farm consisting of field crops,


vegetables, livestock, fruit trees,
bees and aquaculture.
He is ambitious and confident
in whatever activity he ventures
because he understands the
concept of agri-business. He
knows the market opportunities
of the crops he produces,
therefore, he organizes his
planting cycle to capture the best
prices. He always has produce
for the market throughout the
year due to the level of
investment he has made in
irrigation facilities.
He is very receptive to
adopting new technologies such
as the use of covered structures
and protein/energy banks to feed
his livestock, which enhances
the sustainability of his
farming activities. His farm
provides employment within
the surrounding area of the
village.
LADY FARMER OF THE
YEAR
MRS. ROSA RAMIREZ
Mrs. Ramirez is from the area
of Quash Savanna in Maskall


Village, Belize District. Mrs.
Ramirez is an exemplary woman
farmer of strong character who
is not afraid to make decisions.
She operates a diverse farm,
planting crops at different times
of the year to ensure a steady
flow of produce to provide a
steady source of income.
She has made a series of
investments on her farm because
she is confident that farming is
a profitable business. She has a
very good understanding of the
market for her produce and
possesses the ability to bargain
the best price for her products.
She keeps up-to-date with
modern technologies therefore
trying innovative ideas such as
supplementary feeding and
formulating her own livestock
feed. She believes in having a
continuous sequence of crops
planted throughout the year in
order to mitigate the risks
involved in the business.
JUNIOR FARMER OF THE
YEAR
MR. JOEL CORADO


Mr. Joel Edras Corado is
originally from the village of San
Carlos in the Orange Walk
District.
He comes from a farming
family. He is very ambitious,
confident and likes the work he
does.
He has a business orientation
towards agriculture because he
understands the principles of
agri-business. He demonstrates
a good knowledge of the market
outlets for his produce in his
district. This well honed
knowledge gives him the
assurance to expand his farming
activities in the future.
Mr. Corado exhibits a very
sound knowledge of agriculture
at a young age, therefore,
allowing him to manage and
make the daily decisions of his
farming activities.
The Ministry extends a
special thank you to the three
judges who were instrumental in
selecting this year's FARMERS
OF THE YEAR. The judges are
Mr. Elvis Requena from BEST,
Mr. Luke Ramos from the 4-H
Center and RUTA Coordinator,
Mr. Francisco Tzul.


NEWS


9th National Tourism Awards


The Belize Tourism Board welcomes your nomination for the 9th Annual National Tourism
Awards. If you were impressed by the quality of service you received in any of the following
categories, we encourage you to do your part to ensure that service excellence receives the
recognition it deserves.

2009 Categories
0 Minister's Award
Lifetime Achievement Award
Corporate Organization of the Year
0 Education Award of the Year
Environmental Organization of the Year
+ Receptive Service of the Year
Hotel of the Year
+ Restaurant of the Year
Small Hotel of the Year
# Tour Operator of the Year
+ Tour Guide of the Year
0 Frontline Person of the Year
Cultural Award of the Year
+ Small Vendor of the Year

We are asking tourism stakeholders and the general public to visit our website at
www. travelbelize.org to review the various categories and submit your favorite nominee.

Deadline for nomination is midnight March 15th, 2009. For further information or clarification
lease call the Belize Tourism Board at 227-2420 ext. 226.


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Penner Promoted Cardona Demoted
These First Changes In The Composition Of Cabinet


Touch The Lives
BELMOPAN CITY, Cayo
District, Wednesday, March
11, 2009:
A swearing in ceremony was
held today at the Belize House
in Belmopan where, acting on
the advice of Prime Minister
Dean Barrow, Governor
General Sir Colville Young
officially swore in a full rank
minister of government and a
minister of state.
The swearing in ceremony
came one day after the
government press office issued
a release informing that the
Hon. Prime Minister has advised
His Excellency the Governor
General of the first change in
the composition of his cabinet
since taking over the reigns of
government thirteen months
ago, on February 7, 2008.
The release informs that the
following ministerial changes
are made in the interest of the


Of Four UDP Area Representatives


Hon. Elvin Penner,
Minister of Youth, Sports,
Information and
Broadcasting
smooth functioning of business
of Government.
Minister of State in the
Ministry of Natural Resources
and the Environment, Hon.
Elvin Penner, was elevated to a
full rank ministerial position


BELIZE TOURISM BOARD






Belize Hosts Top Wedding &

Honeymoon Publications

Representatives from various media houses in the United States
visited Belize from March 2nd-5th, on a four-day familiarization
tour exploring the unique charms of the country. The main theme
of the visit focused on Belize Weddings and Honeymoons.
The media's itinerary took them first to Cayo, where they were
hosted to a warm welcome reception and cocktails on the terrace
of the San Ignacio Hotel and Resort where they were joined by -
members of the tourism private sector and wedding planners in
the area. On the second day, they toured the ancient Maya City of
Xunantunich and they also engaged in a relaxing luxury day spa at
two of Cayo's well-known hotels, Ka'ana Boutique & Resort and
San Ignacio Hotel & Resort. Also in their itinerary was a visit to
Ambergris Caye where they enjoyed activities such as snorkeling
at Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley and a day at the Black Orchid
Spa located in the heart of San Pedro Town, followed by a sunset
cruise along the second largest barrier reef in the world, The
Belize Barrier Reef. The group was also hosted to an evening of
cocktails and had an opportunity to meet with wedding planners
on the island.
The group of six represented a combination of various magazines
in the United States, namely Bride Magazine (circulation:
140,474), Destination Weddings and Honeymoons Magazine
(circulation: 175,000), Modem Bride Magazine (circulation: 378,881), Stir Magazine (circulation:
20,000), Real Simple Magazine (circulation: 2,026,466), Long Island Bride & Groom Magazine
(circulation: 70,000), Cosmopolitan Magazine (circulation: 2,937,861), and Women's Day Magazine
(circulation: 3,876,483).
"Mounting the awareness level of Belize as a vacation destination continues to be of crucial
importance to us," comments Director of Tourism, Mrs. Tracy Panton. The
exposure received by these niche wedding and travel magazines
contributes to the increased awareness of Belize as a premier vacation
destination."
The media tour was organized by the Belize Tourism Board and
its Marketing and Public Relations Firm, BVK in Milwaukee.
Participating private sectors partners included San Ignacio
Hotel and Resort, Yute Expeditions,
Ka'ana Boutique Resort, Las
Terrezas, sea-Duced by Belize,
The Victoria House, Black Orchid
Spa. Azul Resort, Hummingbird
Caf6, and Island Ferry.


via email: B o s ueb ieww.te


Hon. Manuel Heredia,
Minister of Tourism, Civil
Aviation and Culture
with portfolio responsibility for
Youth, Sports, Information and
Broadcasting.
With this promotion, Minister
Penner becomes a member of
Cabinet replacing Orange Walk
East Area Representative, Hon.
Marcel Cardona who has been
stripped of the ministerial
portfolio he once held.
Secondly, Hon. Manuel
Heredia, Minister of Tourism
and Civil Aviation, is being
assigned additional portfolio
responsibility for Culture which
was previously linked to the
Ministry of Youth and Sports.
With this addition, the ministry
will now be called Tourism,
Civil Aviation and Culture.
Thirdly, the Deputy Speaker of
the House of Representatives,
Hon. Marco "Mark" Pech,
Area Representative for Orange
Walk South, is being appointed
to fill the vacant position created
by the promotion of the Hon.
Elvin Penner.
In addition to continuing as the
Deputy Speaker of the House of
Representatives, the Hon. Mark
Pech is now the new Minister
of State in the Ministry of
Natural Resources and the
Environment.
Simply stated, the Ministry
of Natural Resources and the
Environment now falls under
the command of two
representatives from the
Orange Walk District with the
Hon. Mark Pech now serving as
the Minister of State in the
Ministry of Deputy Prime
Minister, Hon. Gaspar "Gapi"
Vega who is the Area


Deputy Speaker of the House
of Representatives
Hon. Marco "Mark" Pech,
Minister of State in the
Ministry of Natural
Resources and the
Environment
Representative for Orange Walk
North.
These changes in the
composition of Cabinet took
effect on Tuesday, March 10
2009.
The release ends by
informing that all other
Ministerial appointments remain
unchanged.
Minister Penner's promotion
comes as no surprise to
residents of the Cayo District
in general and in particular to
those many residents who were
affected by Tropical Depression
#16 last October when the
Hon. Elvin Penner came out and
labored long hours for several
weeks in an effort at making life
as comfortable as possible for
those affected.
As one voter in the Cayo
Northeast Division said "Elvin
Penner is a worker. Elvin
Penner is to Cayo Northeast,
what Edmund "Clear The
Land" Castro is to Belize
Rural North, and like what
the Hon. Anthony Boots"
Martinez is to Port Loyola
and the Ministry of Works".


Hon. Marcel Cardona,
Area Representative,
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Corozal Hospital Now Offering Imaging Service
BELMOPAN CITY, Thursday, center will be complemented with The Ministry of Health has
March 12,2009: the installation of a Dexa (Dual recently upgraded the physical
The Ministry of Health informs of Energy X-ray Absorptiometry) structure of the hospital to
the inauguration of a new Scan machine which is a accommodate the new imaging


centre in line with international
standards.
The Ministry of Health takes this
opportunity to encourage Belizeans
to make maximum use of these new
services.


"Imaging Center" at the Corozal
Town Community Hospital.
The release informs that the new
diagnostic imaging center was
pressed into action in an effort at
providing quality health care
services to all.
The investment of over
$100,000.00 now provides the
service of an x-ray machine and
ultrasound services.
The Ministry of Health's
investment in the new imaging


commonly used test to measure
bone mineral density. It is one of
the most accurate ways to
diagnosis Osteopenia or
Osteoporosis.
While the x-ray and the
ultrasound machines were founded
by the Government of Belize
through the Ministry of Health, the
Dexa Scan machine was donated
to the hospital by Dr. Judy
Jennrich of Loyola University,
Chicago.


BE EVER MINDFUL OF THE GADGETS YOU USE
Carlos is on the bus when he After a couple of songs, he starts
suddenly realized that he needs to to feel better as he approachs his
fart. stop.
The music is really loud, so he He is getting off the bus, but
times his farts with the beat. people are really staring him down,
And with every beat he releases a and that's when he remembers: The
fart which is drownded by the loud music he was hearing was
music. coming from his ipod.
THE CAR WON'T START


Ms. Jones came home late last
Monday evening from work and
when her husband asked why she
was late, she responded, "It's the
car. It just won't start. I think
there's water in the tank."
"How do you know?" said Mr.
Jones. "When did you become a
mechanic? I doubtyou even know


where the tank is."
"I'm telling you," repeated Ms.
Jones, "I'm sure there's water in
the tank."
"We'll see," mocked Mr. Jones.
"Let me check it out. Where's the
car?"
"I ran off the temporary wood
bridge it's in the river"


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BY: David Coombs,
Cayo Chess Coordinator
This
week we
take a look
at the King.
The king
is the most
important
piece on the
board, it is never captured, the
game is finished if the King is
trapped and cannot be saved.
A method of thinking about
saving the king is C.P.R. This
means Capture, Protect or
Run.







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6






a b c d e f <9 h
In the above example, after
three moves each the black
bishop on b4 is attacking the
King (the King is in 'check) to


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C


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m


save the King there are three
things that can be done, capture
the bishop with the pawn on a3,
protect or 'block' the attack by
moving the pawn on c2 to c3 or
Knight on bl to c3, move the
bishop from c to d2 or the King
can run from el to f2.
Note that his position is just to
demonstrate the three ways of
escaping from 'check' and
normally the black bishop would
not move to b4, it is easily
captured by a3.
Some rules about the king, 1.
The king is never captured. 2.
If the King is in check it must
be saved. 3. Two Kings can
never be next to each other as
they would both be in check at
the same time which is illegal.
4. The King can move one
square only in any direction. 5.
The King must not be put in
check (into danger). 6. The
King can capture any other piece
(except the opposing King) as
long as it is not moving into
check.
Next week we will look at
castling.


Reporting On The Cayo Primary School Chess Finals
BY: David Coombs, others lasted about 30 minutes.
Cayo Chess Coordinator Between rounds the players were
The Cayo Primary School Chess afforded the option to either work
District Finals held on Saturday, with coaches, enter a puzzle
March 14 at the Convention Hotel competition or tojust simply relax.
in Belmopan, was a resounding In the third round of the 11 years
success. and over section participants had
The event was organised by to 'notate' or write their game
the East and West Cayo down, this is done to record the
Chess Associations with main whole game and then the players
sponsorship from the Belize and coaches can look over the game
National Youth Chess Foundation to see where players can improve
(belizechess.org) their game. This slowed the player
There were 36 participants down and three games were lost on
taking part in the event. The time.
youngest participant was 6 year old At the end of the three rounds the
Gabriel Cocom. winners were:
Each participant played five In the 8 years and under category:
games and each game could last up The youngest participant, 6 year old
to 50 minutes, in all games the Gabriel Cocom walked away with
chess clock was used thereby the 1st place prize, 2nd Jeremy
ensuring that each player was Chiang and 3rd Jaheed Palacio.
afforded equal time available. If a 9 and 10 years, 1st Joshua
player uses more than 25 minutes Chiang, 2nd Brent Coombs, 3rd
(for this tournament) they will Eric Lee.
'lose on time'. 11 and 12 years. 1st Jamir
The first round began promptly Sanchez, 2nd Cesar Gonzalez and
at 9.00am with each player 3rd Gareth Martinez.
demonstrating lots of nervous 13 and over 1st place Akeem
energy. Some games were won Jenkins, 2nd Clifford Coleman
after only a few minutes while and 3rd Said Awe.


"My husband and I spent the first part
of our honeymoon at Chaa Creek, and
we are counting down the days until
a big anniversary so we can return.
It has been one year, and we still talk
about it every day."
- Trip Advisor Member, August 3,2008


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Recounting My Encounter With A Robber


I was robbed on Friday night
March 6, my encounter with the
robber starting about 10:30 and
lasted almost two hours until 12:15
on the morning of Saturday March
7.
An intruder with a 16 gauge
shotgun cut my porch screen and
entered through french doors into
my bedroom.
At about 10:15 I heard what I
thought were horses munching on
the bananas and I turned on all the
outside lights, I looked out of all
the windows, but saw no horses
and the dogs weren't barking at a
horse like they usually do. I think
now that what I heard was the
scrunching of the screen being cut.
I returned to bed and read a bit
more and thought I could go to
sleep and turned out the only
remaining house light near my bed.
No dogs were barking. Usually the
neighbor's dogs patrol my house
and all the neighbor's dogs bark at
everything that moves from about
8 12 every night. I remember
thinking how nice it was that the
dogs weren't barking tonight.
I wasn't fully asleep but did not


hear anything except what sounded
like the dog under the house or the
cats bumping around. The intruder
was so quiet that I didn't know any-
thing until he punched me with the
gun barrel and said "Wake up!".
He was a dark Hispanic; about
5'6" to 5'8", slim build, not skinny,
not big and muscular; he
understood English, he spoke
English and Spanish; he was
probably somewhere between 18
and 25 years old; he spoke in a low
"tough guy" voice; he wore dark
pants or dark blue jeans; a navy
blue (I think short sleeve) tee shirt
with fancy white script arched on
the chest (I couldn't tell what it
said- incomplete view); navy blue
bandana with the common paisley
print; the top of his head was
smooth and dark, either close
cropped hair or a warm cap.
I brushed the gun barrel away
from me several times and at one
point I stuck my thumb in the end
of it. I wanted to see if it was a real
gun or piece of pipe. I decided it
was real because it was blue-black,
a shotgun because I could put my
thumb in it, and the metal was as


thick as a gun. I also think I saw
the stock which looked like dark
green. I didn't think he was going
to shoot me as much as I was afraid
of being beaten with the barrel.
It is a long story because he had
me controlled with the gun barrel
for about 1 1/2 hours. He allowed
no lights so that I could not see him.
I also could not see what was in my
wallet or jewelry drawers and he
pushed me to the bathroom where
a night light was on.
I tried to see him in my
peripheral vision, but I wear thick
glasses and cannot really see
anything beyond the lenses. Any
time I came close to turning toward
him, he batted me with the gun and
controlled my head movements.
He ask me for duct tape.
Finally there came a moment
when I was inside the bathroom at
the sink and for some gracious
moment he was out of the door
frame. I knew that was my best
chance and with one motion I
slammed the door and turned the
lock.
He rammed the door, but by then
I was moving furniture to block the
door. I moved a heavy 5 shelf
wooden storage unit in front of the
door and piled everything in the
bathroom against it. I even took
down the adjustable curtain rod and
expanded it against the walls.


I stayed there while he ransacked
the house. I could hear him inside
the house and I could hear him
through the bathroom window
when he exited. He tried keys in
the house to fit the truck, but ended
up just breaking the ignition
turning thing.
There are several reasons I think
he was local, that I was targeted,
and that I was not a random house
of opportunity.
It was things he said that clued
me that he knew ABOUT me, but
did not really know me. He was
fully expecting that I was rich and
had lots of things to sell. He asked
specifically for $10,000. He asked
me if I knew a specific person in
the village. He said he had come
to my house one time for a job.
The dogs didn't bark. He asked me
when was I going back to my
country. He asked me where my
husband was. I said he is coming
right back, and he laughed. He
knew I lived alone.
He took a Dell laptop, bank card,
cell phone, passport, the cash I had
which was about $10. He took
fashion jewelry and a valuable ring.
It is made of thick old gold with a
heart. He ransacked the house. He
took out food from the fridge and
opened a can of salsa, which he
dumped around and wiped his
Ple-ase --rn --..age12


LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES

Pursuant to Section 37(3) of the Registered Land Act, Chapter 194, Laws of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, notice is hereby given of the loss of the following
Land and Lease Certificates:-

NAM E CERTIFICATE REGISTRATION PARCEL NO.
NAME PARCEL NO.
NO. SECTION

LOURDES COCOM 564/2000 ANN GABOUREL 1700/1

ESTATE OF GETRUDE A. LIPCOMB 279/1980 BELMOPAN 706 & 707

NORBERTO VASQUEZ 1617/1995 COROZAL CENTRAL 598

MONICA GARCIA MOODY 881/1995 LAKE INDEPENDENCE 723

ALFONSO ALBERTO ARAGON as administrator of the ELENACAYO 23
1217/1985 SANTA ELENA/CAYO 23
Estate of Irma Ela Aragon (deceased)

GRACIELA ILIANA CHACON 6406/1998 BELMOPAN 2449/1

TEAKETTLE FARMS LIMITED 5063/2006 SOCIETY HALL 3559

SAN PEDRO HIGH SCHOOL 4079/2004 SAN PEDRO 2595

OMEGA DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED 6206/2004 SANTA ELENA 334

TOMAS MENDEZ LRS-200804339 SAN JOSE/SAN PABLO 81/1

FRANCISCA MATUS MORALES 405/1984 BENQUE VIEJO DEL CARMEN 446

It is proposed to cancel the above Land Certificates after the expiration of twenty-one (21) days from the appearance of this notice. Any person in possession
of the above-mentioned certificates is required to return it to the Belize Land Registry, Ministry of Natural Resources & the Environment, Belmopan.




(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
forAG DEPUTY REGISTRAR OF LANDS









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17, 2009:
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business community working in
partnership with the police
manifested itself today by way
of a donation from the Benque
Viejo Chamber of Commerce.
A brief presentation ceremony
was held at the Benque Viejo
Police Station, between 3:00 and
3:30 p.m., on Tuesday March
17, 2009, where representatives
from the Benque Viejo Chamber
of Commerce handed over
several gift items.
Officer Commanding Benque
Viejo's Police Sub-Formation
Superintendent of Police
Deziree Phillips was on hand
to personally received the
donation on behalf of the
detachment.
The gift items included a
Vehicle Dash Video Camera
which comes in handy to assist
the police in the recording of
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Among the items
also was a pair
high powered field
binoculars.
Director of
the Benque Viejo
Chamber of
Commerce. Mr.
Michael Ruge also
made a personal
donation of a
Toshiba laptop and
Mr. Jonathan
Lohr from Cieba
Reality donated a
360 gigabytes e
xternal hard drive.
In accepting
these generous
gifts, Supt. Phillips
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SPEAK OUT About
BELIZE CITY, Tuesday,
March 17, 2009:
BY: Florence Goldson
How are you coping with haad
times?
As part of the activities for
Women's Month, the Women's
Circle of Belize is hosting its
second Speak Out entitled
"Haad Times" on Thursday,
March 26, 2009 at the Samuel
Haynes Institute of Excellence
on Mahogany Street, (the
building formerly known as
the Lake I Community Centre).
"Haad Times" is an
opportunity for women to speak
out about how they are coping
in these challenging economic
times.
The Speak Out is also a time
to share ideas on how women


Samuel "Sam" Bruce, Michael
Ruge and Jonathan Lohr.
Supt. Phillips informed that as
the detachment concentrates
more on community policing in
its crime reduction drive, the
computer will be pressed into
service by the detachment's
community policing unit while
the remainder of the equipment
will be utilized by other
sections of the detachment in
areas where maximum benefits
will be achieved.
In his remarks during the brief
ceremony, Mr. Samuel Bruce
informed that despite its very
limited resources, the chamber
recognizes the detachment's
material needs in combating
crime which will ultimately
produce a safer community. He
informed that members of the
chamber are committed to
continue assisting the police in
its crime fighting efforts.

Hoadtime Issues!
can be a force for change in
these difficult times.
There will be practical
discussions on ways women can
help themselves, their families
and their communities.
The Women's Circle of Belize
is a group of women who have
come together to make a
meaningful difference in their
community.
Women's Circle is committed
to the empowerment of women,
to gender equality and to
improving the living conditions
of women through education,
advocacy, and community
outreach.
For further information about
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


In accordance with Section 13 of the Registered Land Act Chapter 194,
Revised Edition 2000, I, CESAR DIAZ,Ag. Registrar of Lands, hereby serve
notice that within one month from the date hereof, I intend to register the
following parcels of land listed below for which application for first registration
have been received.

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person
whose rights and interest may be affected by the registering of these parcels
must get in touch with me before expiry date of this notice between Mondays
to Fridays at the Land Registry, Belmopan.





(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900088
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO, Block
No. 7 and being Parcel No. 4315,4312

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 828/2001 dated
19th March, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 12 of 2001 at Folios
593-600 in favour of CHARLTON KEITH NEWTON & RASHELL
SUSAN NEWTON (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901387
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 125

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1455/1993
dated 10th July, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17 of 1993 at Folios
675-686 in favour of MIGUELARMANDO VALENCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901392
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CARMELITA, Block
No. 4 and being Parcel No. 9

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1057 of 2006 dated 3rd
November) 2006 in favour of LUIS A CARBALLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901399
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2265

This parcel of land is the subject of a Indenture No. 358/1961 dated 9th
November, 1961 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1961 at Folios
1121-1128 in favour ofOCTAVIO ROSADO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901400
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2728

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0969/2005
dated 2nd May, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13 of 2005 at Folios
595-606 in favour of HERMAN 0. WADE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901401
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 51

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1798/1992
dated Ith September, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 20 of 1992 at
Folios 1367-1380 in favour of MELEESE T. BALDERAMOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901403
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 52

This parcel of land is the subject of aAssent No. 237/2008 dated 21st January,
2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 2008 at Folios 861- 870 in
favour of MELESSE BALDERAMOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901405
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2842


This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 0592/2006 dated 6th
March, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 2006 at Folios 269-283
in favour of DAVID MANUEL MEDINA JR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901407
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1444

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1133/1999
dated 2nd May, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13 of 1999 at Folios
359-366 in favour of OMAR ADRIAN GONZALEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901408
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section, MILLER'S
BIGHT, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 439

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 743 of 1999 dated 13th
August, 1999 in favour of DAVID MORENO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901436
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2848

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 474 of 2001 dated 15th
July, 2001 in favour of LUIS ANTONIO CARBALLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901474
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 676-681,684,683,722-728,734,
2170,2171,2172,2176

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 1646/1990 dated
27th August, 1990 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 18 of 1990 at Folios
709-718 in favour of DALT LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901475
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1532

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 267/1995 dated 7th
February, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of 1995 at Folios
327-332 in favour of BAO YUAN LIN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901479
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 563

This parcel of land are the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 151/1988
dated 3rd February, 1988 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1988 at
Folios 575 584 and Deed of Conveyance No. 232/1994 dated 28th
December, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1994 at Folios
1231-1244 in favour of BROTHERS HABET LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901480
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 565

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3455/2007 dated 11th
August, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 42 of 2007 at Folios
471 478 in favour of BROTHERS HABET LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901489
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1030

This parcel of land is the subject of a Indenture No. 259/1996 dated 19th
January, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1996 at Folios 1091 -
1096 in favour of MARCO ANTONIO FIGUEROA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901497
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 988

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1282 of 2007 dated 8th
January, 2008 in favour of LILIAN MARGARITAAVILEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901498
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ARIES (March 22 TO April 20)
There will be new
responsibilities put on
your shoulder and it
might just push you to
the wall. If you have
been facing problems
in making your stand clear to
people, maybe its time to make a
few changes in the way you
communicate. Lucky numbers: 9,
47, 86.

TAURUS (April 21 to May 21)
You are likely to be on a
different trip altogether.
It's about making
changes that increase
efficiency. You will
require the assistance of
your loved ones. You need to be
ready for travel as impromptu plans
may be made. There will be a touch
of aesthetics in your surroundings.
Lucky numbers: 6, 27, 53.

GEMINI (May 22 to June 21)
You are working towards
resolving certain
financial tangles. You try
to seek out newer
avenues. There will be
an edge of risk in the
activities that you undertake. But
be careful that a lot is riding on it.
Expenses continue to be high but
there will be support from loved
ones. Lucky numbers: 5, 63, 91.

CANCER (June 22 to July 23)
You are likely to be
S under a financial crunch.
T ,' But it will not be
"' '" bothersome as money is
i likely to be engaged in a
I fruitful task. The other
area of focus is matters of the heart
where you need to simplify your
relationships. Demanding affection
will lead you nowhere. Lucky
numbers: 2, 48, 57.

LEO (July 24 to August 21)
You are advised to
Sbe conservative in your
spending. Continue
looking around for
bargins. There will be
property related matters that need
to be settled. The other emphasis
is on relationships where you try
to organise interesting leisure
moments for your partner. Lucky
numbers: 1, 38, 66.

VIRGO (August 22 to
September 21)
There will be efforts
concentrated on making
your loved ones feel
special. On the
professional front, there
will be success in all
fields you dip your hands into. You


need to be careful though, that
overworking even if it is fetching
you success, could take a serious
toll on your health. Take breathers
whenever you can and slow down
and enjoy. Lucky numbers: 18,
52, 97.

LIBRA (September 22
to October 23)
There will be a few
worries to cope with that
you may feel is taking
away your personal time.
But thats the way it
is. When you have
responsibilities, you have to deal
with them first. On the professional
front, you will also have to play the
crisis diffuser. Lucky numbers: 8,
15, 71.

SCORPIO (October 24
to November 21)
The first half of the
U week is filled with
N-4 commitments. You will
S be loaded to the point of
0o) bursting, but your faith
keeps you going. The
reward comes in the second half of
the week in terms of love. People


Ll our Horoscope & Lucky Num bel I II I II


around you will overwhelm you
with warmth for all your efforts.
Lucky numbers: 4, 16, 50.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22
to December 21)
You will be
pondering over
sources that you
S can tap for in-
creased income
Generation. You
will be preparing
yourself for
business meetings and may be
entering into partnership
agreements. You must realise
though that it is not the best time
to take a loan. Lucky numbers: 3,
22, 81.

CAPRICORN (December 22
to January 20)
You are likely to
apply yourself
completely to the
profession you are
dedicated to. Other
people could end up
feeling as if they are not being
given a chance to do much. You
need to rein in your over
enthusiasm and opt for equal play.
You have to consciously make time


NICH Announces Billie Jean Young In Belize
BELIZE CITY, Wednesday, culturally significant theater
March 18, 2009: through workshops, group
The National Institute of Culture discussions, and improvisational
and History (NICH) announces theatre.
tomorrow's arrival in Belize of She is the first Black graduate of
Billie Jean Young. Judson College and holds a Juris
She is scheduled to arrive on Doctorate from Sanford
Thursday, March 19th on a 10-day University's Cumberland School of
visit during which she will perform Law.
in Belize City, Belmopan and Her personal papers have been
Dangriga. selected for archiving in the
She is also slated to conduct University of Alabama's W.S.
workshops for members of The Poole Special Collections Library.
Belize Theatre Company, CYDP She serves on the board of trustees
Youths and Cayo Teachers. of the Alabama School of Fine Arts
She will perform the one-woman and the Alabama Humanities
show Three Women Talking, a Foundation. Her work has been
fun-filled poignant running featured in regional and college
commentary based on the life and Performing Artist, theatres in southern USA. Her film
times of a Caribbean woman, a Billie Jean Young credits include MISSISSIPPI
southern rural African American BURNING, and the NBC Monday
woman, and Billie Jean Young, gleaned. night movie, BLUE BAYOU.
playwright and actor, in which the Agood deal of her life's work has Besides performing, Billie Jean
three women cover a variety of been in the Blackbelt of Alabama Young is founder/director of The
familiar topics: politics, religion, from whence she hails. She is in Drama Project/ChildAbuse Project
children, love and relationships, the 25' year of her careerwith over in Drama (CAPID), which uses
men, finances, dress, woman talk, 700 performances of her improvisational drama to help
and historical events. one-woman show, Fannie Lou women and young people to
Billie Jean is performing at the Hamer: This Little Light. She has identify and respond to child abuse.
invitation NICH President, Ms. traveled extensively as a solo She has taught at several
Diane Haylock. This is not her dramatist. universities in a variety of
first trip to Belize. In the 80's, she Three Women Talking capacities, among them, Jackson
lived in Dangriga, for two years performed by Billie Jean Young State University, Mississippi State
where she wrote poetry and will run at the Bliss Centre on University and the University of
directed theatre as a volunteer in Friday, March 27' in celebration of Southern California.
public schools. Women's Month. She has worked for more than
It is from her Belize experiences Billie Jean is an Artist-In- twenty years in organizing rural
and from travel throughout the Residence on the faculty of Judson women around improving their
Caribbean that the material for the College in Marion, Alabama where quality of life and circumstance of
Caribbean character has been she guides her students in creating health.


for your partner. Lucky numbers:
10, 25, 70.

AOUARIUS (January 21
to February 19)
There will be a lot of
focus on exploring new
areas of knowledge. You
could be interested in
taking up a new area of
study. There will be
gains of a more personal nature
from this. You will be quite happy
with the clarity that comes to you.
You are able to take on even
difficult interpersonal dealings
because of your inner strength.
Lucky numbers: 11, 14, 77.

PISCES (February 20
to March 21)
You need to be
l prepared as work
S piles up both on the
S 7 professional as well
as the domestic
front. You suddenly
find that people around you are
becoming demanding. However,
you rely on one thing hard work.
There is satisfaction, despite the
goings on in your immediate
environment. Lucky numbers: 12,
46, 55.








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Belize To Celebrate World Met Day


BELMOPAN, Thursday,
March 19, 2009:
The Belize National
Meteorological Service, the
World Meteorological
Organization (WMO) and the
international meteorological
community will be celebrating
World Meteorological Day on
Monday, March 23rd, 2009.
The theme for this year's
World Meteorological Day is
"Weather, Climate and the Air
we breathe".
The air we breathe is
constantly changing due to
Urban growth, surface changes
and climate change exacerbated
by an explosion in population
growth.
Atmospheric scientists and
medical professionals are
becoming increasingly aware of
the critical linkages between
weather, climate and the
composition of the air we
breathe and their effects on
human health.
Numerous scientific studies
link air pollution to respiratory
and cardiovascular illnesses,
cancer and nervous systems
disorders as well as airborne
diseases.
In Belize; however, as

3n Aemoriam
In Loving Memory Of A
Dearly Departed Mother,
Grandmother, Sister, Aunt
and Friend:












CHRISELDA PATNETT
DOUGALL
Who Departed This
Life 31 Sad Years Ago
On March 2, 1978
Although it has been 31
years ago since you are gone,
for those of us who continue
to love and miss you, it seems
like it was just yesterday.
We miss your cheerful smile
and comforting words.
You will never be forgotten as
we remember you with every
passing day.
Sadly missed by your
children, brothers, sisters,
other relatives and friends.


population and wealth grow,
there will be significant
increases in vehicle and energy
usage which require the
combustion of fossil fuels,
releasing reactive gases and
particulates into the atmosphere.
The potential would thus
increase for the likelihood of
disease such as asthma to be
exacerbated by this declining air
quality.
As weather patterns shifts due
to climate change, the prospect
of altered rainfall events paint a
more ominous picture of arid
expanses of land where dust and
other aerosols from dry land
wildfires clog the air- the same
air we breathe.
Meteorological variables such
as relative humidity and
temperature have proven to play


a significant role in the
worsening of asthma and other
pulmonary diseases. The
correlation between these two
variables and pulmonary disease
indicates that it is the combined
effect rather than a single one
acting independently which
leads to significant changes in
respiratory symptoms during
weather associated with high
levels of airborne water droplets.
Rising temperatures and changes
in moisture content of the air
due to global warming, all make
for potentially hazardous
breathing environments for the
very young, elderly and those
with pre-existing pulmonary
problems.
This year the National
Meteorological Service of
Belize celebrates World
meteorological Day and World


Water Day by once again
holding the successful
"Aspiring Meteorologist" essay
contest for High School
Students.
The topics for the competition
are from the theme for World
Water Day "Shared Waters-
Shared Opportunities" and
World Meteorological Day
"Weather, climate and the air
we breathe". Entries to the
contest can address either or
both themes.
World Meteorological Day is
the commemoration of the
WMO convention on 23rd
March 1950 officially
establishing the World
Meteorological Organization.
The World Meteorological
Organization is comprised of
188 member states and
territories.


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A Word To Our Local Politicians


The Humane Society
The San Ignacio Humane
Society has received several phone
calls reporting that the circus in
town, Hermanos Ponce, has been
paying for healthy dogs as animal
food.
According to the callers the
circus uses the dogs as food for


Expresses Concern
circus animals and that they will
not take mangy or sick dogs.
If this is true, it may be possible
that people would attempt to profit
by bringing healthy dogs to the
circus. If your pet is not secure in
your yard or home it may be a
target.


Recounting My Encounter With A Robber


hands on a curtain.
He smelled like alcohol and
weed. He was jacked up, but not
crazy jacked up.
How did I get help?
I suspected he had left when I
heard the truck door dinging, the
back doors scraping, and then I
heard dragging and scraping. I
wondered what he had found that
was so heavy he was dragging it.
Later I noted that my shopping cart
with wheels was missing. It is a
black cloth shopping bag on wheels
with cloth handles. That is what I
heard dragging.
I waited a good long time
(anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes)
without any sounds and unblocked
the door. I peeked out, prepared to
slam it again. I was sure he was
gone and so I went out and started
screaming everybody's name.
I screamed "thief, man with a


gun, police, help me, ayudame",
At first I tried the truck and
discovered it was disabled. I'm too
lame to try to run on a dirt roads in
the dark, but then I realized that the
truck horn would still work and so
I honked it over and over.
Within just a few minutes people
began to arrive. The Police were
called and came out
pronto. Lots of help, lots of
professionalism by the police. OK,
so this is the story and it may help
with identifying and hopefully
catching the robber. The police
have been great. The neighbors and
everyone who knows me have been
so loving and supportive.
The questions are not what I did
wrong, or what I should have done.
The questions are not what more
layers of protection I should have.
The question is: "Is it safe to live
here? Maybe the question is: Are
criminals punished?"


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The eagerly anticipated Town
council election came and is now
gone.
We thank God that democracy is
still very much alive in Belize.
There was no reported political
violence and for this I thank the
Man above.
I also give thanks to God for the
UDP victory and for guiding the
people in making the right choice.
I want to seize this opportunity to
send a message to all the candidates
who contested this election. First
of all I want to congratulate them
for the courage displayed in
participating in such an important
national event.
From my vantage point it looks
like the PUP is dead. However, the
individual PUP candidates are not
to be blamed for the poor showing
of their party. The bulk of the blame
rests squarely on the shoulders of
the likes of Said Musa, Ralph
Fonseca, George Price and
Johnny Bricefio.
As long as these people remain at
the forefront of the PUP, that party
will never stand a snow ball chance
in hell at winning any election in
Belize.
To that wannabe mayor, Luis
Ayala, I just want to let you know
that it is quite OK for you to
continue making a fool of yourself.
After all, in the heat of any
election, we all need a good laugh.
To the wannabe mayor Alfonso
Cruz, your evil heart caught up
with you. How dare you tired to
deceive the people about running
for the UDP. You succeeded in
fooling a few voters. I am one of
those voters who will never vote
for you especially because of your

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evil ways.
To the duly elected Mayor John
August and councillors, I say: The
people gave you another chance,
make much of it as you might not
have another chance if you do not
do what you were elected to do.
Your manifesto must become your
bible. Be always mindful that you
were elected to be servants and not
masters of the people.
As our newly elected political
leaders, I bring to your attention the
plight of all those children
attending the Bishop Martin
Primary school on the road
leading to the village of Bullet Tree
Falls.
When the weather condition is
dry, there is no problem, but with
just a little rain we find our
children walking on slippery and
muddy streets.
I beg you to get out of your
vehicles and take a walk on these
back streets on a rainy day. I bet
that when you experience the
hardships confronting our children
on a daily basis, you will realize
how important is to maintain our
streets in good condition for use by
the very same people who voted for
you and their children. I hope this
is not asking for too much.
I am one of those voters who
never expect miracles all I am
asking is for the upgrading of our
streets to become a priority of our
new municipal government.
I end by wishing you all the best
and at the same time encourage you
to work for all the people
regardless of color, creed, race or
political persuasion and without
fear, favour, ill will or affection.
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Bush Appointed Pro-Ter President Of

Benque Viejo's New Artist Association


BENQUE VIEJO TOWN,
Cayo District, Saturday,
March 14, 2009:
The Benque Viejo Artist
Association (BVAA) was
officially founded today, March
14, during ceremonies at the
Marshalleck Cancha in Benque
Viejo Town.
A talent variety show
competition was the first public
event of the Association.
During the competition several
local artists competed for three
prizes.
Some of the special invited
guests who assisted the
contestants in the competition
included Bass Impact which is
know as the best reggeaton
group in Belize, Musician,
Pablo Callado; Ventriloquist,
Jack Bush; Poet, Hamner Bush
among other artists.


Zone Captain, Samuel
"Sam" Bruce accepting
Certificate of Appreciation
on behalf of the Benque Viejo
Police
Prizes were awarded in three
categories: Music, Singing and
Dancing.


Certificates of Appreciation
were awarded to Hamner Bush
and Cruz Garcia who were
appointed protem President and
Vice President respectively.
In accepting the position,
Hamner Bush informed that he
will labor to the best of his
ability "to make your talent
shine throughout the country."
Protem Vice President, Cruz
Garcia informed that "This is
not politics, or a racial
movement. This Association
has two main purposes, to
assist children in reading,
creative writing, math,
grammar and other areas of
education especially those
children whose parents do not
have the resources to provided
them with a solid educational
foundation."
A certificate of appreciation


The Government Of Belize Will Not


was also awarded to the Benque
Viejo Police detachment for
their valuable support especially
provided by Zone Captain/
Special Constable/Businessman,
Samuel "Sam" Bruce who
donated a gold ring for a surprise
raffle.
A certificate of Appreciation
was also presented to Elmer
Guerra from "Sure Rentals" for
providing support and
sponsorship for the event.
The Association also
extended a special thank you to
other sponsors including
Mystic Jungle Resort for
donating one of the first prizes;
Juanita's Beauty Secrets
likewise for donation one of the
prizes as well as Mrs. Yvonne
Arnold, Bamboo Studio
Productions, Plus TV, Amado
Chan, Shadira Store, M&M's
Store, BRC Printing, Angelus
Ice Cream & Deli. Pasteleria
De Dofia Laurez Rosado,
Radio FM and Radio Limite.

Be Bound


By Any Ruling Of A Foreign Arbitral Tribunal...


The Government of Belize
informs that it has learnt,
through reports in the local
media, that a ruling has been
made by a London Arbitration
Panel awarding Belize
Telemedia Limited $38.5
Million in damages to be paid
by the Government for failing
to honour the secret
Accommodation Agreement
signed by former Prime

Small Fire On Maya
i I


The burnt remains of the sofa
house on Maya St.
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Monday, March 16,
2009:
The local fire service
responded to a report of a fire in
San Ignacio Town but upon
arrival found that the situation
was addressed.
Fire Officers and the police


Minister Said Musa.
That Agreement, among
other things, prevented the
introduction of telecommunica-
tions competition in Belize;
outlawed voice over Internet
Protocol as a way of bringing
down rates; and exempted
Telemedia from paying taxes
under Belize law whenever it
claimed not to have made the
minimum 15% rate of return that

Street, San Ignacio
visited #23 Maya
Street, SanIgnacio
Town where
Giovanni Garcia,
32, reported that
he fell asleep and
was awakened by
smoke coming
from a brown sofa
inside his house.
Investigations
tsi the revealed that
Garcia's 4 years
old son used a
cigarette liter to set
fire to the sofa. Fortunately
Garcia was alerted by the
smoke and managed to
extinguish the fire before the
arrival of the fire service but
not before it created and
estimated damage of about
$5,000.00bcy.


the Accommodation Agreement,
without any reference to the
PUC as the only legal rate
setting authority in the
country, gave Telemedia.
The government has not
received a copy of the reported
ruling, but can state the
following:
1. It has been and continues to
be government's position that
the Accommodation Agreement
is illegal and invalid. In that
connection government notes
that our local courts have already
rejected the Agreement to the
extent that the Agreement
purports to authorize Telemedia
not to pay its taxes.
2. The government of Belize
will not be bound by any ruling
of a foreign arbitral tribunal
where that ruling conflicts with
a position taken by Belize's
superior courts.


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3. Any damages award made
under the umbrella of the
London Court of International
Arbitration must be brought
to Belize for enforcement by
our Supreme Court before it
can have any practical effect.
Government is completely
confident that it can successfully
resist any attempt at local
enforcement. Indeed, that is one
of the reasons government chose
not to spend millions of dollars
on representation before a
foreign tribunal. We will
defend the national position
on national soil.
Finally, government reiterates
its commitment to the continued
protection always of the interests
of Belize. Arrangements that are
immoral, made in secret and that
defy our very democracy, will
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Garcia, With A Sack Of Weed,

Attempts To Flee From Police
Benque Viejo Police reports
the discovery of a sack of
marijuana and the arrest of a
Belizean couple from the village
of Unitedville.
The report informs that on
Thursday, March 12, 2009, an
alert police mobile patrol
between miles 70 & 71 on the
Western Highway spotted a
blue, 5 door, Toyota Tercel
station wagon car with Cayo li-
cense plate No.CY-C-26591
travelling towards San Ignacio.
Police set chase behind the car
and when they caught up with it
they found Roland Garcia, 43,
Belizean Farmer behind the ZE N
steering wheel and in the C M :k .r
front passenger seat was his
common-law wife, Bernadine
Elizabeth Myers, 34, Belizean
domestic both of Unitedville Roland Garcia, 43, Belizean Farmer, pled guilty to drug
Village, Cayo District. trafficking charge
A search of the vehicle resulted on the back seat containing marijuana.
in the discovery of a crocos sack 8,550 grams (191bs) of Garcia and Myers were

UB Students Celebrate World Social Worker bay


BELIZE CITY, Wednesday,
March 18, 2009:
On March 17th, the UB Social
Work Student Association (SWSA)
for the first time joined the
International Federation of Social
Workers in celebrating World
Social Worker Day.
In commemorating the day, the
Association undertook a series of
community service activities.
With assistance from HelpAge
Belize, the Association identified
an older person in need of
assistance. On Tuesday morning,
March 17, at 9 a.m., SWSA
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Belize City. The team undertook to
making improvements to her
residence.
The improvements included
fixing her fence, painting her
house, cleaning her yard,
revitalizing her garden, and
handing over a food hamper.
Older persons in Belize and
around the world are often
neglected as younger members of
society consider them to be useless
and having nothing else to
contribute to our society. This
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Association's mandate of
assisting individuals, families
and communities who are
disadvantaged to address
challenges and positively impact
changes in their lives.
World Social Worker Day is this
year celebrated under the theme:
"Social Work and Social
Development: The Agenda,"
reflecting the current challenges
the global society is confronted
with and the need for planning to
ensure that humanity thrives
despite the troubled times.
Social workers make an essential
contribution to the promotion of
social cohesion, both through
preventive work and their response
to social problems. Social work is
therefore an investment in the
current and future welfare of our
communities.
The Social Work Student
Association was formed in
September 2008 by students
enrolled in the social work program
at the University of Belize.
The Association's Executive
Committee comprises President,
Kendra Griffith; Vice President,
Yolanda Martinez; Treasurer,
Cynthia Williams; Secretary,
Pamela Stamp; Community
Service Chair, Roxanne Jones
and Faculty Advisor, Starla
Acosta. For further information
on the Association, please feel free
to contact President, Kendra
Griffith at 662-1252.


Bernadine Elizabeth Myers,
34, Belizean domestic,
pled not guilty to drug
trafficking charge and
released on bail
formally arrested and jointly
charged for drug trafficking.
They appeared in Benque Viejo
Magistrate Court where Garcia
pleaded guilty as charged and
Myers pleaded not guilty.
Garcia was sentenced to (3)
years imprisonment and fined
$15,000.00 plus $5.00 cost
of court to be paid by March
30, in default (3) years
imprisonment. Sentences are
to run consecutively.
Bernadine Myers was offered
and met bail of $2,500.00 plus a
surety of the same amount to
re-appear in court next
Wednesday, March 25.
On the request of the
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BELMOPAN, Thursday, March schools and primary schools
19, 2009: students.
The Department of the For the poster competition, the
Environment announces the top first place winner is Ronesto
three winners selected from Pineda from Eden SDA High
countrywide submissions made for School; the second place winner is
both the environmental poster and Phaedra Mohammed-Ali from
project competitions for high Wesley College and the third place


The Fire Season Is On


BELMOPAN, Thursday,
March 19, 2009:
The Forest Department, the
Agriculture Department and the
Toledo Cacao Growers
Association informs the general
public that the fire annual
season officially started on the
15th of February and will run
right up to July 15th.
Many areas around the
country are prone to wildfires
during that time because of dry
grass and bush.
The public is advised that
under existing legislation,
namely the Agricultural Fire
Act, and Forest Fire Protection
Act, anyone planning to bur
garbage, pastures, or milpa are
to ensure that there is a fire pass
at least 6 feet wide surrounding
the garbage pile or the milpa to
be burnt.


In addition, the person is to
apply for a burning permit at
the nearest Agricultural Office
(or Forest Office).
Every year because of poor
planning and no fire pass, many
people suffer financial losses as
well as other valuable resources
such as houses, pastures, crops,
fruit trees and conservation
protection areas.
The public is advised that
anyone convicted to causing
damage to property due to fire
or negligence in burning is
liable to a maximum fine of
$1,000.00 or to 6 months
imprisonment or to both fine and
confinement.
For more information the
public is advised to call the
nearest Forest Office or
Agriculture Office in their
respective district.


winner is Jair Pasos from Corozal
Community College. A consolation
prize in this competition was
awarded to Rebecca Stirm from
Belize Christian Academy.
In the project competition, the
first place prize went to St.
Matthew's Government School, the
second place winner is Sarteneja
Nazarene Primary School and the
third place winner is St. Andrew's

Beware Of Bogus


of Sylvin Bodden and a cheque in
that name for $489.23.
The creole man presented a
Social Security Card in the name
ofReknicle Hemmans and a First
Caribbean Bank cheque in the sum
of $512.67.
It was when the store owner,
Xiong Yanm Li, 25, took the
cheques to the bank he was


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FOREST DEPARTMENT
IT HAS COME TO THE ATTENTION OF THE FOREST
DEPARTMENT THAT THERE IS AN ALARMINGLY HIGH
RATE OF INDIVIDUALS HUNTING AND SELLING GAME
MEAT WITHOUT THE NECESSARY LICENSE OR PERMIT.


THE DEPARTMENT WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS
OPPORTUNITY TO INFORM THE PUBLIC OF THE
FOLLOWING LAWS AS STIPULATED IN THE WILDLIFE
PROTECTION ACT; CHAPTER 220 (REVISED EDITION
2000):

NO PERSON SHALL HUNT ANY SPECIES OF
WILDLIFE WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE;

NO PERSON SHALL HUNT, BUY OR SELL ANY
SPECIES OF WILDLIFE WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE;

ANY PERSON APPLYING FOR A HUNTING OR
DEALER'S LICENSE MUST BE IN POSSESSION OF A
VALID GUN LICENSE.

ALL PERSONS INVOLVED IN THE HUNTING, BUYING
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Anglican School.
All the posters that were
submitted will be displayed at the
House of Culture in Belize City
throughout the month of April.
The Department of the
Environment congratulates the
winners and expresses its sincere
appreciation to all participating
students and schools for their
thoughtful and well put together
submissions which serves to
inform others about the importance
of protecting our environment.

Bowen Cheques

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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13
Cniu ed From Page 91


This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 903

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1382 of 2003 dated 19th
December, 2003 in favour of LILIAN AVILES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901509
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, GRANT'S LAND,
Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 643

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2743/2001 dated 21st
June, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 34 of 2001 at Folios 1267 -
1274 in favour of WILLIAM RONALD HOWARD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901512
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, GRANT'S LAND,
BlockNo. 1 and being Parcel No. 603-608,611,612,613,635,636,637,640,
641,642,645-649.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2804/2000 dated 7th
July, 2000 andrecorded in Deeds Book Volume 42 of 2000 at Folios 533 540
in favour of GEORGE RUSSELL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901513
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO, Block
No. 7 and being Parcel No. 4316

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2260/2002 dated
8th August, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 27 of 2002 at Folios
715 726 in favour of PREVISOR LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901517
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 852

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture dated 3rd March, 1932
and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 30 of 1932 at Folios 697-698 in favour
of ESTATE OF ELORINE DOROTHY GLADYS COFFIN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901528
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 684

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2161/1993
dated 25th October, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of 1993 at
Folios 897-904 in favour of DAVID GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901537
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1633

This pared of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 876/1993 dated
8th April, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 1993 at Folios
783-788 in favour of BELIZE SUGAR CANE BOARD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901547
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CHAN CHEN, Block
No. 1 and being Parcel No. 267

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 4393/2000 dated 21st
November, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 2000 at Folios
1409-1416 in favour of ISHWARLAL NANWANI & KAMAL KUMAR
NANDWANI.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901571
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 220

This parcel of land is, the subject of a Conveyance No. 1776/1990 dated 28th
September, 1990 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 19 of 1990 at Folios
1047 1060 in favour of MELEESE T. BALDERAMOS (as sole survivor
of a joint tenure).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901589
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN JOAQUIN/
SAN MAXIMO, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 403


This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1130/1994
dated 6th June, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 14 of 1994 at Folios
127 132 in favour of MERRIBALDO PECH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901595
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1665

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 292/1972 dated 9(1)
March, 1972 andrecorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1972 atFolios 541- 548
in favour of EDLEY JEROME POWELL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901596
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1666.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 293/1972 dated 6th
April, 1972 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1972 atFolios 549-556 in
favour of EDLEY JEROME POWELL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901603
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 andbeing ParcelNo. 2088 & 2089

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2917/2004
dated 15th November, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 38 of 2004 at
Folios 1287-1298 in favour of LOUIS SEGALOFF & JOYCE O.
SEGALOFF.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901604
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2090 & 2091

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2918/2004
dated 15th November, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 38 of 2004 at
Folios 1299-1310 in favour of LOUIS SEGALOFF & JOYCE O.
SEGALOFF.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901605
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2194

This parcel of land is the subject of a Indenture No. 933/1965 dated 11th
October, 1965 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1965 atFolios 537-542
in favour of MARGARET SALAZAR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901690
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration GEORGE/PICKSTOCK,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 326

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 653/2003 dated 21st
February, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 2003 at Folios
429- 438 in favour of JENNIFER F. LONGWORTH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901697
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VISTADELMAR,
Block No. 16 and being Parcel No. 114 & 115

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 30 of 1990 dated 8th
February, 1990 in favour of GUIDO GUERRERO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901701
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TRIAL FARM,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1974

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 601 of 1997 dated 4th
November, 1997 in favour of ARTEMIO OSORIO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901702
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2733

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2571/2008
dated 28th August, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 31 of 2008 at
Folios 51-64 in favour of ARCELIANAORIO.


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