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"The Newspaper That Cares And Dares To Bring Out The Truth"
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University Professor Freed Of Criminal Charge


SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Thursday, March 26,
2009:
The charge of aggravated
assault with intention to commit
other crimes, hanging over his
head for almost 18 months, was
today withdrawn against
Anthony Rosado, Belizean
Math Professor at the University
of Belize, Belmopan Campus.
Rosado is a former Inspector
of Police, a former Analyst in the
Ministry of Finance and a former
Teacher at Sacred Heart College
in San Ignacio. His ordeal began
on October 3, 2007 when he
stood accused by his niece of
improper behavior for which he
was arrested and charged.
At the time of the report, he
was employed as a teacher at
Sacred Heart College in San
Ignacio. He alleges that, without
given a fair chance at natural


justice, his services was hastily
terminated by the school's
administration and he was put
out to pasture with this serious
allegation and a criminal charge
overshadowing him.
"I spent four hard months
without ajob and with a young
family to provide for" said
Rosado. "Those were the
hardest days of my life. I felt
useless. I am however thankful
to the Administration at the
University of Belize for seeing
beyond this harsh accusation
andfor rightfully safeguarding
my constitutional right ofbeing
innocent until proven guilty,"
said Rosado.
The case went through several
changes as one of the defense's
major challenges was to get the
first magistrate to recluse herself
from the case as the defense
contended that she was closely


related to the
complainant.
A second
magistrate was
brought in to deal
with the case but
again, at the
request of the
defense, he
quickly withdrew
on the grounds that
he was also related
to the complainant
although not as
closely related
as the first
magistrate.
Eventually
Magistrate Ed


Usher was brought
in to deal with the case and after
two days of hearing, during the
first week of February 2009, the
case was wrapped up for the
prosecution and the defense.


Suspected Guatemalan Bandits Re-emerging


SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Thursday, 26 March
2009:
San Ignacio Police reports
what they believe is a resurgence
of criminal activities of western
bandits along the border with
Guatemala.
According to the police, at
around 8:45 am on Thursday,
March 26, Eric Tut, 24,
Belizean Tour Guide of a Cahal
Pech Area address in San
Ignacio accompanied by two
American tourists visited the
San Ignacio police station and
reported an encounter with
five armed, masked robbers in
the area of the El Pilar


Archaeological Site near the
village of Bullet Tree Falls.
Tut informed that he was on a
guided tour with Robert Guy
Washburn, 50, Engineer and
his wife Laura Reiner, 52,
Librarian both US Nationals
from Massachusetts, when upon
reaching about two miles from
the El Pilar Archaeological Site
he was forced by five armed,
masked men to stop the
vehicle he was driving. Upon
complying with the order, Tut
noted that the men, all of
Hispanic decent, were dressed in
dark clothes each with long
black cloths covering their noses
and mouths. Two of the men


were reportedly armed with long
guns, another two were in
possession of short guns and the
fifth brandished a machete.
Tut and the two tourists were
ordered to hand over their
property and in so doing they
surrendered one black Cannon
digital camera valued at $1,800,
two gold rings valued at $1,300,
two pairs of binoculars valued
at $500, one cellular telephone
valued at $250, one pocket knife
valued $70, one men's wrist
watch valued at $70, one Timex
wrist watch valued at $40 and
220 Belize dollars in cash. All
for a total value of 4,250 Belize
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True to his commitment,
Magistrate Usher handed down
his verdict on March 26 when he
informed that the defense had
successfully fulfilled its
obligation of creating a
reasonable doubt in the case and
that on this basis he was left with
no other alternative than to
dismiss the charge against the
accused. Rosado was then
ordered to walk free of the
charge.
Rosado who was defended by
attorney's Ellis Arnold and
Linbert Willis, informed that
he will now be relying on the
advice of his lawyers on how
best to proceed with
civil action against Sacred
Heart College for wrongful
termination and for depriving
him of his constitutional right
to natural justice by not
allowing him the opportunity to
defend himself.


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The Safety And Security Of Every


Single Citizen Is
While protecting the national
economy from the global
financial crisis is high on
government's agenda, the
effects of the current wave of
crime and violence should
attract no less importance in
the order of government's
priorities as there seems to be
a diminishing degree of hope
in terms of moving towards a
solution in the immediate
future while new facets of
lawlessness seems to be
opening with every passing
week.
The situation has escalated to
the point where this week,
news emerged about a
prominent Chinese business-
man of a Constitution Drive,
Belmopan address contracting
the killing of another Chinese
man from Orange Walk Town.
The situation is compounded
when the investigation is
revealing that a policeman was
the front runner in the scheme
and that he subcontracted the
job to a former policeman.
The security of its
citizen should be a primary
responsibility of the national
government and when agents
of that government, who are
paid by the very taxpaying
citizens they are sworn to serve
and protect, are engaged in this
degree of lawlessness, then this
should be cause for much
concern by the government.
This latest revelation merits no
less than a major investigation
at the most senior level of


STAR
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"The Newspaper that cares and
dares to bring out the truth"
42A Western Highway,
Santa Elena, Cayo,
Belize, Central America
Publisher: Alberto August
Editor: Nyani Azueta-August
Circulation: Errol Gonzalez

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Placed At Risk
government if only to
demonstrate to everyone,
especially to those charged
with the sacred duty of
providing for the security of
the people, the national
seriousness attributed to the
protection of its citizens.
In a matter of this magnitude,
the police should not be
allowed to lead any such self
investigation. This should be
the task of a senior commission
of inquiry and the penalty for
those found guilty of this
major breech of trust should be
equally severe so that others
with potentially like inclination
would want to think many
times before betraying the
government and the people
they are sworn to serve and
protect.
While other information on
this latest incident is yet to be
officially released, there are
indications of several other
alleged wrong doings in the
mix. There is, for example,
indications that the gun used to
commit the murder is licensed
to a Chinese brother-in-law of
the prominent Belmopan
Chinese businessman who
ordered and paid the first
$10,000 installment on the
$25,000 hit job.
It is alleged however that
when the incident occurred and
the gun was found, a rookie
police constable was ordered to
record a statement from the
brother-in-law and to back date
it to give the impression that the
gun was reported stolen two
days before the murder in
Orange Walk Town.
The information reaching us
indicate that the rookie
constable is the son of an
Assistant Superintendent of
Police who is stationed at
Police Headquarters in
Belmopan and that he might
have hinted this discrepancy to
his father.
Like other equally serious
breeches of national security
that have been allowed to go
warm or maybe even cold,
this latest incident should be
kept burning until it reaches its


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natural conclusion. For
example, we have not heard
anything further on the case of
the almost 200 passports that
were stolen. It seems like
the investigation has died a
natural death.
The nation is yet to get
an official update on the
Mahogany Street grenade
incident. Have the suspects
been convicted? Are they still
behind bars awaiting trial or,
like in most cases, are they
back on the streets of the city?
We have not heard anything
further on the investigation


regarding the grenade that
was launched into the large
gathering during the 2008
carnival day parade.
How is the investigation
proceeding in respect of
the grenade attack on the
Comptroller of Customs?
These are serious breeches
of the security of a nation
that should never be allowed
to go cold as it will only
serve to foster a greater and
escalating degree of violence
while the safety and security
of every single citizen is placed
at risk.


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More Bogus
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Thursday, 26 March
2009:
This past week Bowen &
Bowen Limited issued a press
release advising the general
public and the business
community in particular to be on
the lookout for fraudulent
payroll cheques purported to
have been issued by the
company.
Since the scam broke last
week, San Ignacio police are
today holding on to a total of 19
such cheques all honoured by a
series of Chinese grocers and a
Hindu merchant within the
community.
All of the cheques in police
possession are dated 13 March
2009 and are made out either in
the name of Denmark Murillo,
Sylvin Bodden, Reknickle
Hemmans or Kenneth Jones.
Of these 19 cheques, 11 are
made out in the identical sum of
$512.67 while the remaining 8
are for $489.23 for a total of
$9,553.21.
A police press release informed
that the Hindu merchant, victim


Bowen Cheques Surfacing


of the scam, is DeepakAdvani,
28, owner of Ayana Superstore
located at #38 Burns Avenue,
San Ignacio Town.
Advani reported that at about
10:00 am on Saturday, March 14
two male persons of brown
complexion visited his store.
They both purchased items
and presented payment in the
form of two Bowen and Bowen
Limited cheques each made out
for $512.67. One of the cheques
was made out in the name of
Kenneth Jones, and the other
bore the name Reknickle
Hemmans.
It was only when Advani
attempted to deposit the cheques
on Monday, March 16, when the
teller informed him that the
cheques were not genuine.
While Bowen & Bowen
Limited is advising potential
victims not to honor cheques for
persons who they do not
personally know, the police is
additionally advising the public
to take note that the company's
logo on the top left corer of the
bogus cheques are of a much
light shade of red than the one


on the company's genuine
cheques. The police further
advises that the two signatures
appearing at the bottom right
corer of the bogus cheques are
clearly scanned signatures and
not actual signatures as would
appear on the company's
genuine cheques.
In one of the instances when
some of the cheques were
presented a surveillance camera
inside Alwin's Superstore on the
Western Highway in Santa Elena
caught the blurred images of
three persons from whom they
accepted their share of these
fraudulent cheques.
The two sets of images in
police possession shows two
male persons and female all
neatly dressed at the counter
inside Alwin's Superstore.
Police informed that in most of
the cases, social security cards,
matching the names printed on
the cheques, were presented as
proof of identification when
the cheques were honored.
However, police were unable to
say if these social security cards
are genuine.


Our investigation revealed that
one Denmark Robert Murillo,
30, is residing or once resided
in the village of Mullins River
in the Stann Creek District.
Sylvin Everel Bodden, 23, is
residing or once resided at #12
Berkeley Street, Belize City.
Reknickle Hemmans, 29, is
residing or once resided at #5
Antelope Street, Belize City
and Kenneth Samuel Jones,
20, is residing or once resided at
#38 Second Street, Corozal
Town.
San Ignacio police informed
that, to date, they have received
reports of these cheques
surfacing in Cayo, Belmopan
and Dangriga.
As we go to press this
Thursday night, the investigation
continues while an arrest is yet
to be made.


Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation & Culture

meets with Key Airline Carriers

The Ministerof Tourism, CivilAviation and Culture,
Hon. Manuel Heredia. Jr., the Chief Executive
Officer of the Ministry of Tourism, Mr. Michael
Singh, and a representative from the Aviation
Committee, Mr. Steve Schulte, met with the
. Executive Vice President and other
representatives from West Jet Airlines on March
11th, 2009 in Calgary, Canada to discuss the
merits of Belize as a destination for West Jet. The
objective of the Belize Aviation Development
Committee is to build relationships with the international airlines to grow Belize's airlift capacity and to
attract greater business opportunities.
During discussions. Executive Vice President of West Jet, Dr. Hugh Dunleavy agreed to assemble an
evaluation team to visit Belize before the beginning of May, with the intention to evaluate the market for
service by this winter.
WestJetAirlines is Canada's leading low-cost airline operating Boeing 737 aircrafts and flies to most major
cities in Canada and serves destinations in the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean. The company
consists of over6,200 employees and $1.2 billion USD market capitalization.
The Belize delegation had the opportunity to meet with representatives from American Airlines in Dallas,
Texas at their headquarters on March 13th. During the meeting, Belize was introduced to the
representatives of American Airlines and engaged in the opportunities for revenue balancing to achieve
better load factors for Belize. It was agreed that American Airlines would look at implementing programs
for Belize such as: last minute specials to Belize in line with regional programs to similar markets; establish
a program for frequent visitors to Belize to encourage multiple visits in a year, establish mid-week specials
to take advantage of split itineraries and low load factors on Tuesdays/Wednesdays flights: and implement
a program to offset the local outbound travel going via Cancun.
They also had the opportunity to meet with AA.com representative, Linda Carlson and AAvacations.com
representative, Scott Snedaker. AA.com engages in multiple advertising and AAvacations.com is
American Airlines wholesale group who packages hotels,
airfares, tours, ground transportations, and local flights.
SI American Airlines, Inc. is the world's second largest airline by
R MTTnI\t ca |capacity. contributing more than $150 billion per year to the US
Economy. American Airlines currently serves over 250 cities in
40 different countries with more than 3.400 daily flights.
"Building a relationship with the airline industry is important to
the growth of our economy," comments Tourism Minister, Hon.
Manuel Heredia Jr "They are the gateway for building
relationships with other countries as they provide accessible
travel to and from Belize, and build awareness of our country."


The Director of Tourism,
Mrs. Tracy Panton, BTB
Chairman, Gaspar
Guerrero, and the BTB
Management Team, met
with the Ambergris Caye
Chamber of Commerce
(ACC) on March 12th, 2009
at the Blue Water Grill
Restaurant in San Pedro.
At the meeting, BTB shared
its current marketing efforts
and opportunities for
greater partnerships with
the Ambergris Community.
Issues discussed included
the promotion of the new
catch and release
legislation for bonefish,
tarpon and permit; Belize
tourism and the world
economic downturn, the
impact of the cruise sector
to the island and the
management of same, the
lion fish in Belize. and other
tourism related issues.


(L-R) Laura Esquivel, Tom Vidrine (chair-ACC),
Tracy Panton, Lloyd Enriquez, Amy Leiva,
Gaspar Guerrero ( chairman-BTB Board), Shakira Tsai


The BTB team shared with the group that the government of Belize and IDB negotiated a loan fora four year
project, dubbed as the Sustainable Tourism Development Program, to develop Belize's tourism industry
and build a marketing strategy to attract more visitors to Belize. The Sustainable Tourism Development
Program is an investment of $US13.3 million to expand the tourism industry in an environmentally and
socially responsible manner. The program will invest in the restoration and improvement of facilities in four
highly-sought tourism destinations in the country: San Ignacio and surroundings in Cayo District:
Ambergris Caye in Belize District; Placencia peninsula in Stann Creek District, and Belize City. Taken
together, these four destinations account for about 64 percent of tourism earnings in the country.
"This is an excellent opportunity for the BTB to meet with its stakeholders and dialogue on current tourism
issues," comments Tourism Director, Tracy Panton. "The Board pledges its commitment to continued
collaboration with the private sector on tourism matters.
BTB plans to continuously inform the stakeholders about the activities and responsibilities of the
organization with regular outreach to theAmbergris Caye Chamber of Commerce and other stakeholders
countrywide.


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BELIZE CITY, Leo Bradley
Library, Princess Margaret
Drive, Wednesday, March 25,
2009:
The 8th Annual Book Fair and
Open Day was held today at the
Leo Bradley Library in Belize
City under theme "Dive into
Knowledge, READ!"
The program started at 9:30 am
with the singing of the National
Anthem and a short prayer by
Senior Library Assistant, Ms.
Yvonne Bevans.
Mistress of Ceremony for the
occasion was Ms. Joan "Ma
Joan" Burrell.
The welcome address was
delivered by Ms. Marlene
Leslie, Vice Chairperson
National Library Service Board
of Directors, who took the
opportunity to remind invited
guests and participants in the
reading competition that
"Reading Maketh thefull man"
and that "every effort should
be placed into reading which
produces productive and
educated Belizeans".
The opening address was


The set of African-American Culture and History
encyclopedia on display during today's ceremony
delivered by Ms. Deborah Program by Mr. Gary Reneau
Sewell from the Belize Natural deputizing for his sister, the
Energy Charitable Trust founder of the program, who
culminating with the launching resides in New York.
of the Reading Is Essential The highlight of the event was

"EVOLUTION" Premieres At The


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premieres on Saturday, March
28, inside Cinema one at the
Princess Hotel & Casino. This


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star studded red carpet premier
is a first of its kind event ever
to hit Belize.
"Evolution" is a
documentary that tells the story
of a young man, journey that
brought him to where he is
today. It's Berne's journey of
trials, tribulations, failures and
accomplishments.
As Berne enlightens us on his
experiences and sentiments "I
smiled to myself as I felt the
change going from a human
being to a human becoming.
As I went through my trials
and tribulations, my struggles
made me stronger and wiser;
I mastered the art of
embracing my challenges
and turning them into
opportunities. Now that I have
experienced life and I am
stronger and wiser, I have
learned that he is not poor
who has little only he that
desires much...And true
security lies not in the things
one has but in the things that


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the handing over of a set of
African-American Culture and
History encyclopedia The
Black Experience in the
Americas Second Edition,
which was handed over to the li-
brary by the Attorney General
and Minister of Foreign Affairs
and Foreign Trade, the Hon.
Wilfred "Sedi" Elrington.
Minister Elrington took the
opportunity to likewise hand
over two boxes of children's
books in Spanish, donated by
the Mexican Ambassador to
Belize. These books will be
housed at the Samuel Haynes
Institute located on Mahogany
Street on the southside of Belize
City.
The vote of thanks was
delivered by Senior Library
Assistant Mr. Raymond
Bradley.

Princess Cinema
one can do without. Ipromise
myself to use my music to
teach the ignorant, Calm the
angry, Uplift the despondent,
Cheer the unhappy, Warm the
lonely, Praise the worthy and to
say the words I LOVE YOU.
Universal law requires that I
move into a better future. I do
not want to cope with the
inadequacies of life and become
comfortable, now that I
understand that one can
learn to cope and become
comfortable in the most
horrific situations. Today Ihold
my head up high as I am proud
of who I have becom. I am
happy with who I am. I have
evolved in the EVOLUTION."
To attend this event or for more
information please feel fee to
call 610- 2376.
Place: Princess Hotel &
Casino Cinema One.
Date: March 28, 2009.
Time: 3:00 pm sharp. This is
one event you don't want to
miss.


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ARIES
MARCH 21 TO APRIL 20
Be extra cautious
about who you let
in on your secrets.
y If you've some-
Sthing to hide an in-
cident will make
you realize how close you are to
being found out. Lucky Num-
bers: 2, 11, 45.

TAURUS
APRIL 21 TO
MAY 21
A heart-to-heart
gives you a much
clearer picture of how
you'd like your future
to be. A powerful new friend will
become a feature of your life by
mid-April. Lucky Numbers: 3,
22, 47.

GEMINI
MAY 22 TO JUNE 21
A newcomer to the
S scene adds another
dimension to events
i taking place within
your one-to-one


relationships; partners are
supportive. Lucky Numbers:
16, 34, 69.

CANCER
JUNE 22 TO JULY 22
You know best what's right for
you so why let
anyone push you
into plans you don't
like or approve of? It
would be a mistake
to let someone you
clash with chase you away.
Lucky Numbers: 24, 39, 57.

LEO
JULY 23 TO AUGUST 23
You can see the silver lining
behind this week's
little troubles and
This makes you
S determined not to
let groundless or
imaginary fears mar your high
hopes and spirits. Lucky
Numbers: 14, 73, 86.


VIRGO
AUGUST 24
SEPTEMBER


TO
22


Outside demands clash with the
expectations of someone close.
You must be honest with
yourself and decide what you
really want from life now.
Lucky Numbers: 9, 27, 50.

LIBRA
SEPTEMBER 23 TO
OCTOBER 23
You can't afford to take
chances. Even if
s, you're certain you're
\: 'i doing the right thing
S if there is any degree
of risk involved, err
on the side of
caution. Lucky day: Tuesday
Lucky Numbers: 20, 75, 83.

SCORPIO
OCTOBER 24 TO
NOVEMBER 22
Travel or partying leads to
adventure and fun.
SBe sure to accept
any invitation that
comes your way;
you never know
who will attend. Lucky
Numbers: 12, 31, 66.

SAGITTARIUS
NOVEMBER 23 TO
DECEMBER 21
High levels of energy and
enthusiasm fill
your heart so
expect to be
romantically
and socially in
demand as March ends. Lucky
Numbers: 30, 59, 94


CAPRICORN
DECEMBER 22
TO JANUARY 20
Someone with an unusual
background seeks out your com-
pany. Although
^.j their mannerisms
may seem strange
at first, you'll take
to them like cheese
to a cracker. Lucky Numbers:
25, 49, 81.

AQUARIUS
JANUARY 21 TO
FEBRUARY 18
Just about everything seems
to be going your
S way and you
can anticipate
')I oa favorable out-
r, come to any
partnership or
private enterprise set up this
week. Lucky Numbers: 21, 67,
93.

PISCES
FEBRUARY 19
TO MARCH 20
Serendipity is at work and
that will do very nicely for you
as there is
a lot to look
forward to.
S |Your life is
getting better
and better;
don't let any
opportunity go to waste. Lucky
Numbers: 1, 7, 38.


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Strip-mining & Living
Dear Editor;
I am greatly distressed by the
strip-mining for sand and gravel
that is occurring on properties on
Savannah Road in Cayo.
The noise and dust from this
operation are present from before
sunrise to well after sunset, seven
days a week.
Don't the residents and guests in
the area have the right to quiet
enjoyment of their property? I
assume what is taking place is
legal, but that doesn't mean it is
right.
Is the operator required to file
an EIR, an Environmental Impact
Report? If so, is it available to the
public? If, not, why not?
Prior activity has left huge pits
in the ground. I can tell you from
previous experience living in flood
plains that these pits could alter the
course of the river during the next
rainy season, and destroy the
roadway and adjacent properties.
Have other property owners been
told of this potential consequence
that could result from someone
extracting a few dollars worth of
sand and gravel? Are there any


In Log/Bamboo Houses
aerial photographs of this area?
I had heard that Belize was
trying to bring itself into the 21st
Century. This will not be
accomplished using 19th century
ideas.
I assume the sand and gravel
are going to the various
dam-building projects.
Dams destroy wildlife habitat,
kill fish, silt up almost immediately
after they open, waste water
through evaporation, and lose over
half the electricity generated
during transmission.
Most developed nations are
developing solar and wind
technologies as fast as they can.
Perhaps the sand/gravel will be
used to make cement blocks for
building houses. Why build cement
houses in a forest? Every family in
Belize could live in a nice log and
bamboo house. Post-and-beam log
construction is cheaper, stronger,
and more esthetically pleasing than
another gray square box.
Please, Belize, do not repeat the
mistakes of the "developed"
nations.
I would appreciate a reply on this


matter.
John Smith, (Not my real name)
Cayo.

ED NOTE: Well, since you
requested it, here goes your
reply "John Smith".
The opening paragraphs of
your letter is a matter that is
cause for much concern.
Frankly, by now one would
have expected, at the very least,
some expression of concern on
the part of owners of land
adjacent to the site of this mega
sand mining operation especially
given that one such landower is
the influential Musa family.
Your letter gets very sticky
however, when you state: "Why
build cement houses in a forest?
Every family in Belize could live
in a nice log and bamboo house".
You come across as a citizen of
one of those so called "First World
Countries" who would have
prefered to see Belizeans living
like bush people in those remote


areas of the Amazon.
So while you are at it, why not
suggest that we live in trees and
wear leaf garments so that you
can make more money by bring
more tourists to see how we live.
And when you have made
enough money, you retire to your
luxurious lifestyle from whence
you came while we remain in our
stick houses and poor living
conditions.
You remind me very much of
that man who once came to the
office expressing dismay at the
recently improved market
facility on the banks of the
Macal River in San Ignacio
Town.
He was saying that this is so
unlike Belizean culture thereby
insinuating that we should
continue dabbling in the mud
(like pigs) on market days to buy
our fruits and vegetables.
Well there is no need for me to
tell you how fast he was asked to
leave the office.


My Experience At The San Ignacio Police Station
DearEditor; I needed some information on
I recently have had the my residency status and asked a
opportunity of visiting the special constable if she could
"new" San Ignacio Police help me. She listened to my
Department. - a


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:-

NAME CERTIFICATE REGISTRATION PARCEL
NAME
NO. SECTION NO.


BENQUE VIEJO DEL
CELSA GUERRA DE ROBLES LRS-200808530 BENQUE VJO DEL 104
CARMEN

GUADALUPE LONGSWORTH 3629/2000 COROZAL CENTRAL 1158


ORLANDO VILLANUEVA 6673/1992 6CR83/1
SHORES/BELIZE

CARIBRBEAN
DESIREE GRANIEL 10253/2005 AR BEA1902
SHORES/BELIZE


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.)
for AG DEPUTY REGISTRAR OF LANDS










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OBEYING ROAD SIGNS


A doctor from the Rockview
Hospital for mentally challenged
persons took some of his
patients to the Central American
Baseball Tournament at the
Rogers Stadium in Belize City.
For weeks in advance, he
coached his patients to respond
to his commands.
When the day of the game
arrived, everything seemed to be
going well.
As the national anthem started,
the doctor yelled, "Up nuts!"
And the inmates complied by
standing up.
After the anthem he yelled,
"Down nuts!" And they all sat


down.
When the home team scored a
home run he yelled, "Cheer
nuts!" And they all broke into
loud applauses and cheers.
Thinking things were going
very well, the doctor decided to
go get a quick beer and a hot
dog, leaving his assistant in
charge.
When he returned there was a
riot in progress. Finding his
assistant in the uproar, he asked
"What happened?"
The assistant replied,
"Well...everything was going
just fine until this guy walked
by and yelled, "PEANUTS!"


Simple Simon was making
his first road trip from Los
Angeles, California to Belize.
Before leaving Los Angeles
his brother gave him a final word
of advice "Everything will be
just fine all you have to do is
just pay keen attention and
obey all road signs along the
way".
He had only driven the first 30
miles out of Los Angeles when


he saw a road sign that read
"Clean Restrooms Ahead."
Two months later he arrived
in Belize exhausted, having used
up 186 bottles of Clorox, 367
rolls of paper towels, and three
cases of toilet-bowl cleaner.
"I'll never do that trip
again" he told his friends as he
crossed into Chetumal border
"Total restrooms cleaned:
453".


European Union Officials Tour Southern Schools


BELIZE CITY, Monday,
March 23, 2009:
Representatives from the
European Union Banana
Support Programme Project
Implementation Unit recently
completed a four-day visit to


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oigiceI triangle


secondary and tertiary level
education institutions in the To-
ledo and Stann Creek Districts.
The EU Banana Support
Programme Project Implementa-
tion Unit is based in
Independence Village and the
purpose of the schools tour was
to inform the students of the
work of the European Union in
southern Belize through its
Banana Support Programme.
This EU Programme has been
assisting the Belize Banana
Industry for the past ten years
and has allocated over $70
million to various activities such
as improved drainage and
irrigation systems.
In his presentation to the
students, Dale Young, Assistant
Director of the Project
Implementation Unit, explained
that the EU Banana Support
Programme also assisted banana
growers in land preparation,
cold storage facilities,
disease management, use of
fertilizers, marketing, environ-
mental monitoring, and
nematode control.
The EU Programme also
donated five vehicles to the
Banana Growers Association.
Dale Young also described the
Rural Development Component
of the EU Banana Support
Programme, which has become
a central feature of the project.
Under this Component $13
million has been committed to
social infrastructure projects
such as electrification, water
systems, health centres and
education.
In addition, $1.5 million has
been invested in micro-credit
through the Toledo Teachers
Credit Union.
Agronomist Lemuel Palacio
of the EU Project
Implementation Unit, in his
presentation described the
EU's Rehabilitation Programme
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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-200901629
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 62

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 39 of 1993 dated 25th
January, 1993 in favour of LAURA ESPERANZA LEONARDO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901631
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP
Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 653

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 141/1978 dated 2nd
February, 1978 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1978 at Folios
143-150 in favour ofPABLO ZAPATA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901652
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VISTA DEL MAR,
Block No. 16 and being Parcel No. 166

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 593 of 1998 dated 7th July,
1998 in favour of FRANCIS ALDANA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901665
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, BlockNo. 36 and being Parcel No. 1689, 1695 & 1696

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 950/2004 dated
22nd April 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13 of 2004 at Folios
779- 788 in favour of CRISTIAN VIGLIETTI.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901672
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1817

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 440 of 1974 dated 11th
December, 1974 in favour ofCLEOFA CASILDA VILLANUEVA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901673
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3087

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 81 of 2001 dated 18th
August, 2001 in favour of LIDURVINA TERESITAWADE.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-200901675
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1981

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 2980/2003 dated
15th October, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 40 of 2003 at Folios
1455-1464 in favour ofJULIE C. BERRY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901705
This pared of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN SQUARE,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 461

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 369 of 2003 dated 13th
April, 2003 in favour of ZOILA FRANCIS.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901717
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1096

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Assent No. 2551A/2008 dated
27th August, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 30 of 2008 at Folios
1219- 1226 in favour of SHAUN FINNETTY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901718
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1991

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 3817/1994
dated 6th December, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 30 of 1994 at
Folios 1233 1242 in favour of EUGENE LESLIE & JANICE LESLIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901719
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1058

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2483/1995 dated 28th
October, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of 1995 at Folios 1439
- 1446 in favour ofROSELIAY. ZABANEH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901720
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1051

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 2482/1995 dated
28th October, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of 1995 at Folios
1427 1438 in favour ofROSELIAY. ZABANEH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901721
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1059,1060,1061, 1062 & 1063

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2481/1995 dated 28th
October, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of 1995 at Folio
1415 1426 in favour ofROSELIAY. ZABANEH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901761
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, BlockNo. 36 and being Parcel No. 609

This parcel of land are the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1440/2004
dated 10 June, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 20 of 2004 at Folios
109 120 in favour of DOMINIC GODWINARZU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901779
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PROGRESSO, Block
No. 1 and being Parcel No. 252

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 64 of 1982 dated 17th
February, 1982 in favour of JESUS COWO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901793
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 2142

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 631/1987 dated
4th June, 1987 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1987 at Folios
1401 1422 in favour of JOHN C. WOODS & MARTA E. WOODS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901799
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, BlockNo. 36 and being Parcel No. 750

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1524/1997 dated 7th
May, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17 of 1997 at Folios 175 184
in favour of KARL E. STOVER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901808
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, MILLER'S BIGHT,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 421

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1356 of 1998 dated 9th
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One Day In Paris On Banana Business


to address social
environmental issues


BELIZE CITY, Monday,
March 23, 2009:
A media release from the
European Union Banana
Support Programme Project
Implementation Unit today
informs that Mrs. Isabelle
Gayot, Director of the
Project Implementation Unit,
represented Belizean banana
interests at a one-day Banana
Workshop in Paris, France.
The workshop was organized
by the Science Po University of
Paris, in collaboration with the
European Commission.
Government, industry, the
European Union and
representatives of supporting
partners discussed the future of
the worldwide banana trade.
Although the purpose of the
meeting was not to debate
the tariff reduction that applies
to Most Favored Nations,
including Belize, to export to
the European market, it has been
confirmed that any reduction
would have a highly negative
impact on the competitiveness
and sustainability of the banana
industry and on thousands of
people who live on banana


incomes all over the world,
mostly in poor developing areas.
In Belize this would affect over
twenty-seven thousand people.
It was concluded that additional
adjustment measures will have
to be implemented to alleviate
this negative impact and to
maintain competitiveness.
It was made clear at the
workshop that any other
substitution product could not
replace such a high labour
intensive activity as the banana
industry.
Given the vulnerability of the
countries which are highly
dependent on the banana
industry as a major source of
employment, its impact on
maintaining a fixed exchange
rate, and a major source of
exports with limited markets and
limited number of operators, it
was agreed that during the next
few years, the European Union
may give sectorial budgetary
support to ACP countries on the
basis of a sound sectorial
strategy and clear objectives.
The EU also encouraged
regional cooperation and
South-South solidarity between


The L4 et CaCo Cm




"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


Loe, Adventure Centre and Sp


the ACP countries and the Most
Favored Nations of this region,
as soon as the tariff protection
issue is resolved.
A multi-stakeholder
conference is expected to be held
in December 2009 in Europe,
organized by Banana Link,


and
and


also other trade matters.
The Belize Banana interests
will need to be represented at
this meeting to help maintain
and rehabilitate the Banana
Industry as a powerful social and
economic development tool for
Belize.


My Experience At The San Ignacio Police Station


I Cntnud ro Pge7-


experience when I started the


request and heard what I needed. process and had to deal with
She went to get the information the female revenue officer about
from one of the regular officers, my police report.
She came back and indicated the She was disinterested, not
office to which I should go; but engaged, and could care less that
she said that everyone was at a my report was late. It actually
meeting at that moment, wasn't. She just couldn't find
She assured me that if I came it.
back in an hour, there would be Kudos to Inspector Dinsdale
someone there to help me. Thompson who I believe
Coming back later, she noticed initiated the Special Constable
me, she apologize and told me program and to all the citizens
that the meeting was still on. who give of their time to
Leaving, I felt that I was heard serve their community in a
and that the energy of the variety of ways. Keep up the
building was lighter, more good work.
friendly to the average citizen. (Name withheld at request of
Compare that with my writer)
European Union Officials Tour Southern Schools


currently underway which is
renovating fifty-six per cent of
the total acreage of the Belize
Banana Industry.
This Rehabilitation
Programme has resulted
in improved productivity,
strengthening of technical
support by the Banana Growers
Association, and a positive
economic and environmental
impact in the industry.
Also making presentations to


the students was Carlos Moya,
the Drainage and Irrigation
Officer.
The EU representatives visited
the Stann Creek Ecumenical
High School and Junior College,
Georgetown Technical High
School, Toledo Community
College, Julian Cho Technical
High School, Independence
High School and Junior
College, Dellile Academy and
the University of Belize in
Toledo.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


January 1999 in favour of MARIA GODOY.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901820
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1551

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 975/1985 dated
23rd October, 1985 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 1985 at Folios
1305 1308 in favour of MARIA S. ESPAT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901827
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 822.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Vesting Assent No. 808/2008 dated
26th March, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 2008 at Folios
573 582 in favour of ELSA ARGUELLES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901834
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1218

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 666 of 2002 dated 5th
August, 2002 in favour of ELIDA CALDERON & CARLETON O. KELLY
SR. (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901835
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 106

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2498/2008
dated 19th August, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 30 of 2008 at
Folios 249-256 in favour of JAMAL JON KELLY & CICELY ORETHRA
KELLY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901834
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1892

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 723 of 2001 dated 7th
October, 2001 in favour of CARLETON O. KELLY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901866
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3022

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 524 of 1991 dated 4th
November, 1991 in favour of ARTURO SOSA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901867
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2562

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 721 of 2008 dated 1 th
November, 2008 in favour of CARLOS SILVA & TRISHA HULSE
(Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS~200901871
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No .9

This parcel of land is the subject of a Assent No. 1486/2001 dated 7th
May, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 21 of 2001 at Folios
145-154 in favour of AMYBELL YORKE & DENBIGH MARSHALL
YORKE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901882
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 704

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 3 of 2004 dated 16th
February, 2004 in favour of CELINA N. GALLEGO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901883
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGANORTH
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 425


This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 602 of 2000 dated 8th July,
2000 in favour of FREDERICK E. FRAZER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901932
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 674

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 475/2004 dated
24th February, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 2004 atFolios
1361 -1376 in favour of DELCIAARJONA& KRISHNA KRYSHTELL
ARJONA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901933
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 678

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 3493/2006
dated 31 st October, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 41 of 2006 at
Folios 1063 1070 in favour of EUGENIA GUADALUPE PALMA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901962
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1395

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1282/1987 dated 31st
October, 1987 and recorded io Deeds Book Volume 13 of 1987 at Folios
399 408 in favour of CARMEN MARGARET BARROW.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901970
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section., MILLER'S BIGHT,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 535

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 467 of 1976 dated 5th
April, 1977 in favour of FRANCISCO GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901979
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being ParcelNo. 3830

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1167 of 2006 dated 13th
November, 2006 in favour of FLORENCIA WADE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901982
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CONSEJO, Block
No. 1 and being Parcel No. 955

This parcel of land is the subject of Conveyance No. 615/1977 dated 26th May,
1977 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1977 at Folios 1097 1102 in
favour of J. BEVERLY HEMPLE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901997
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1847

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 88 of 1978 dated 6th
March, 1978 in favour of LUCIANO CAL as Administrator of the Estate
of Marcia Cal (deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902030
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
BlockNo. 45 and being ParcelNo. 118

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture dated 14th January, 1938 and
recorded in Deeds Book Volume 33 of 1938 at Folios 560-561 in favour of
SISTER ROSE RIVERO as Executrix ofthe Estate of LeoniIla Campbell
Romero (deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902032
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 679

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 986/1965 dated
26th October, 1965 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1965 at Folios
1191-1194 in favour of WILLIAM QUINTO.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902033
Please TurWt oPa;ge_15I


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Registered Land Act

Chapter 194 Revised Edition 2000

Section 140(1)



OWNERSHIP BY PRESCRIPTION


NRme Of Applicant Registra n


VIOLA JEFFERY


Block No. Parcel No.


FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK


1139


Application for ownership by prescription for the above mentioned parcel
situate in FORT GEORGE/PICKSTOCK Registration Section has been
received from being Parcel No. 1139 containing 1517 square yards.

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any
person whose rights and interest may be affected by the registration of
VIOLA JEFFERY as proprietor with absolute title for Parcel No. 1139 FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK Registration Section containing 1517 square yards
is hereby requested to show cause on or within one month from the date
thereof, why ownership should not be granted to VIOLA JEFFERY.





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BY: David Coombs,
Cayo Chess Coordinator
This week
we'll take a
look at the
game of
chess in
Belize' s
primary
school
system in Belize.
Over the last few weeks and
continuing for another two
weeks, each District has been
holding District Finals to find 16


BELIZE CITY Wednesday,
March 25, 2009:
BY- Adele Ramos
One of Belize's most
promising women writers, Ivory
Kelly poet, storyteller, and
teacher will launch her debut
anthology, "Point of Order":
Poetry & Prose, on Saturday,
March 28, 2009, on the second
floor of the Bliss Center for the
Performing Arts, inside the
Rotunda.
The 117-page book features
31 diverse, reality poems under
captions such as "Time and the
Sittee River" "If I had to
choose between smart and
pretty," "Fences," and "Civil
Disobedience."
"Point of Order" climaxes
with 4 culturally rich and
entertaining short stories,
including "If yu Kyaa Kech
Harry..." and "The Real Sin."
In the Foreword to Kelly's
new book, Belizean author, Zee
Edgell, writes: "Point of Order,
a collection ofpoetry andprose
by Ivory Kelly, is a very welcome
addition to the growing body
of Belizean literature. These
poems and stories show us
aspects of everyday life in Belize
City and in rural areas. Kelly's
work reminds us that in small
countries and communities our
private and public lives are
often intertwined,"
Jose Sanchez, journalist and
poet, describes Kelly in the
book's introduction as, "...a
Belizean writer whose poetry
andprose echo the voices of her
community, from folks in
Creole villages to the
marginalized urban youth to
the modern Belizean woman."


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Belizean Poet, Storyteller,
and Teacher, Ivory Kelly
Autographed copies of the
book will be available for a
special promotional price of $20
at Saturday night's launch. The
launch itself is free and open to
the public.
The book is published by
Ramos Publishing, and will be
available at outlets around the
country. For more information
contact: Ivory Kelly at
telephone number: 664-5555 or
Adele Ramos #: 663-3174.


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participants for the upcoming
National Chess Olympiad which
will be held in Belmopan on the
25th April.
The National Final is orga-
nized by the Belize National
Youth Chess Foundation
(belizechess.org).
The foundation also sponsors
the District Finals.
This year there will be a team
of four high school students as
well as the under 15 age students
from each district.


The final in each District
follows the same 50 minutes five
rounds process culminating in
the selection of the top
students.
In some districts there are a
much as 60 students taking
part in the final. This number
does not generally include all
those who have started playing
this year. There will be even
more tournaments next year as
the federation will be catering
for more students who have
since grasped the basic concept
of the game.
The Olympiad will also be
five rounds but each round will
be of 60 minutes duration
giving each player a maximum
of 30 minutes for the game.
Trophies will be awarded for
the top three students in each age
group, 8 and under, 9 and 10
years, 11 and 12 years, 13 and
14 years and 15 years and over
which due to the age range ill
include high school students.


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After each district final and
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rating to the players, this will
enable next year players to
qualify in sections according to
their rating and ability rather
than age. Therefore, a very good
10 year old may have a rating
similar to a 13 year old and will
play in the same category. This
is fairer than just going by age
because some 10 year olds have
been playing far longer than 14
year olds.
The Belize Chess Federation
(an independent body) will also
introduce a rating system at a
national tournament on May 1st
in Belmopan. There will be
three sections, adult open, high
school and adult beginners for
those playing less than one year.
More information on the game
of chess in Belize can be
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After relieving them of their
property the armed bandits
reportedly disappeared into
nearby bushes. A team of
Belize Defence Force soldiers
and policemen rushed to the
scene where, after several hours
of combing the area, they came
up empty handed.
While the police and soldiers
were busy searching the area
near El Pilar, reports surfaced of
another armed robbery in the
Calla Creek Area located further
south along the border. This
second incident is reported to
have occurred shortly after 3:00


Bandits Reemerging
pm. Relaying on the description
of the suspects in this second
incident, police strongly suspect
that it was the same five persons
who pulled off the earlier
robbery near El Pilar. In this
second incident, a Belizean
woman who was riding in a San
Ignacio taxi cab is reported to
have been relieved of almost two
thousand Belize dollars in cash.
San Ignacio police inform
that they are working closely
with their counterpart in
neighbouring Melchor de
Mencos, Guatemala in a joint
effort to capturing those
responsible for these latest
armed robberies.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE
(REVISED EDITION 2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, BlockNo. 45 andbeingParcelNo. 678

This parcel of land is the subject of aIndenture No. 627/1992 dated 3rdApril,
1992 andrecorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 of 1992 atFolios 927-932 in
favour of WILLIAM QUINT O.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902034
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration FORT GEORGE/
PICKST OCK, Block No. 45 andbeingParcelNo. 634

This parcel of landis the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 190/1963
dated20thMay, 1963 andrecordedin Deeds BookVolume 2 of 1963 atFolios
1890-1897 in favour of WILLIAM QUINTO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902053
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BURDON
CANAL, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 122

This parcel oflandis the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 532 of 1997 dated 21st
October, 1997 in favour of ALBERT BOULOY Jr.

APPLICATIONNO. LRS-200902054
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BURDON
CANAL,BlockNo. 45 being Parcel No. 120

This parcel of landis the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 952/2001
dated 31st March, 2001 andrecordedin Deeds Book Volume 13 of 2001 at
Folios 1245-1248 in favour of ALBERT E.BOULOY .JR & FLORENCE
BOULOY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902055
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BURDON
CANAL,BlockNo. 45 andbeingParcel No. 119

This parcel oflandis the subject of aDeed of Conveyance No. 2421/2003
dated4th September, 2003 andrecordedinDeedsBookVolume 32 of 2003 at
Folios 1137-1144 in favour of ALBERT BOULOY & FLORENCE
BOULOY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902054
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section BURDON
CANAL,Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 118

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1465/2001
dated 14th May, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 20 of 2001 at
Folios 1075-1078 io favour of ALBERT BOUL OY JR. & FL ORENCE
BOULOY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902061
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2217

This parcel of landis the subject of a Grant Fiat No 602 of 1997 dated 11th
November, 1997 in favour ofVILDO MARIN & SONS LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902104
This parc el of land is situated in the Registration Se ction, SAN PEDRO,
BlockNo. 7 and being Parcel No. 6425

This parcel of landis the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 703/1985
dated 1st August, 1985 andrecordedin Deeds Book Volume 7 of 1985 at
Folios 1457-1464 in favour of JOSEPH KAILUKAITUS & MOIRA
KAILUKAITUS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200902104
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SANPEDRO,
BlockNo. 7 and being Parcel No. 6426

This parcel of landis the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 735/1985
dated 14th August, 1985 andrecordedin Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1985 at
Folios 511-520 in favour of JOSEPH D. KAILUKAITUS.





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