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Publication Date: September 20, 2009
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DOCTOR'S DEAD BODY FOUND INSIDE


THE HOUSE HE RENTED IN TRENCH TOWN


SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Thursday, September
17, 2009:
Exactly twenty four hours
after a decomposing body was
found inside a house in the
Trench Town Area on the
outskirts of San Ignacio Town,
Police Forensic Specialist, Dr.
Mario Estradabran, arrived
on the scene at around 10:00
am today to begin the legally
required post mortem
examination geared towards
determining the cause of
death of a fellow medical
professional, identified as Dr.
Victor Hernandez Castro.
A Cuban by birth, and a
Belizean by choice, Dr. Victor
Hernandez Castro, 48, arrived in
Belize several years ago as
part of a team of medical
practitioners under the Belize/
Cuba assistance program.
He came highly specialized
as an Internist dealing in the
diagnosis, prevention and
non-surgical treatment of
diseases affecting internal
organs; and as an Intensivist
providing intensive care to
critically ill patients.
Those close to him describe


Dr. Victor Hernandez Castro, 48 in the wheelchair


him as a medical professional
with a strong will, character and
personality. In the later part of
2005 he came to San Ignacio
and opened his private office at
the Cayo Clinical Laboratory on
Mossiah Street with Mr. Ruben


He was diagnosed with a
malignant tumor growing on
the spinal cord resulting in him
taking a one year leave of
absence from the medical
practice. He returned to Cayo
Clinical Laboratory in April
2008. The tumor was removed
after over 20 hours of surgery
at the Karl Heusner Memorial
Hospital in Belize City.
However he emerged from the
surgery paralyzed and confined
to a wheelchair.
It took him a year to
recuperate and to adapt to the
new lifestyle.
It is said that one of his
proudest moments in life,
whilst confined to a sick bed
at a female friend's home in
Maya Mopan Belmopan, was
when he was awarded Belizean
nationality by naturalization.
His new Belizean passport is
said to have been one of his
prized possessions.


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A CLIENT/LAWYER RELATIONSHIP -
MY SON WAS KILLED INSIDE THAT NIGHTCLUB


Dear Editor;
Please provide me with space
in your newspaper to voice a
matter of concern for me and my
family and maybe for other
persons in the community:
I read with much interest the
letter in the STAR Newspaper
from Mr. Oswald Twist,
Attorney at Law.
I have always heard that for a
lawyer to successfully defend a
client, that client must tell the
attorney the truth, the whole
truth and nothing but the truth.
However, Mr. Twist's letter to
the media contained a major
untruth. When he said that the
minor was not murdered in Faya
Wata Night Club.
Either Mr. Twist was mislead.
Or Mr. Twist is trying to
mislead readers.
If he was mislead then all
shame goes to those who
misled their attorney.
On the other hand if Mr. Twist
is trying to mislead readers then
is a bigger shame on him and
that does not bode well for him
and his profession.
It has long been established
that the minor he was like my
son because I raised him from
a child was fatally stabbed
INSIDE Faya Wata Club. This
information is clearly stated in
the police report, a copy of
which I am sure that Mr. Twist
could have obtained.
Furthermore, it pains my heart
that my son a minor was
killed inside this night club and
the next day it was open up for
business as usual.
No action was taking against


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those who allowed my son to
enter the club.
This matter is still under
investigation. I am therefore
calling on the people from the
Liquor Licensing Board to
cancel and not to renew the
license for this night club.
How many children or fellow
human being must die; How
many mothers and families must
mourn the death of loved ones
before some affirmative action
is finally taken.
And about sound proofing as
indicated by Mr. Twist. This is
biggest Joke of them all. If this
place was really sound proofed
why is it that those people
living on Bums Avenue, includ-
ing customers at Belmoral and
Tropicool hotels cannot sleep at


night because of the loud base
music.
Mr. Twist, this sound proofing
thing is very, very easy for you
to verify. Why don't you come
to San Ignacio on one of these
weekend nights and prove it for
yourself instead of allowing
some people to make a fool of
you and thereby bringing your
credibility and professional in-
tegrity into question.
In the final analysis I say that
Faya Wata need to be closed
down and maybe relocated to


another area.
I live right across from the
Cemetery in Santa Elena, right
across from my son's grave and
every time I look in that direc-
tion it pains my heart that he is
gone at such a young age.
I write that others might be
spared the agony of going
through what me and my
family are presently experienc-
ing.
Nora Sierra
Cemetery Street, Santa Elena,
Cayo


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New And Improved High School Classroom

Facility In The Nation's Capital City


BY: Mike Hernandez Jr. JP,
Director of Public Relations,
Social Investment Fund
BELMOPAN CITY, Cayo,
Thursday, September 17,
2009:
An eight classroom building
at Our Lady of Guadalupe
Roman Catholic High School
will be officially inaugurated
on Saturday afternoon, 19
September at the high school
premises in Belmopan.
The new building will benefit
approximately 300 students and
more than 20 staff members.
The new classrooms provides
8,230 square feet of additional
space.
The reinforced concrete
structure is enclosed with
masonry block walls and a
concrete roof.
It also boasts bathroom
facilities for and male and
female students and teachers
bathrooms, a Vice-principal's
office, a Bursar's office and a
waiting area.
The project was implemented


by the Social Investment
Fund, financed jointly by the
Government of Belize through
the Commonwealth Debt
Initiative and the Episcopal
Conference of Catholic Bishops
of Italy through His Excellency
Archbishop Luigi Pezzuto,
Papal Nuncio to Belize and El
Salvador.
The total cost was
$650,000.00 with $350,000.00
or 53.8% coming by way of
directly Government of Belize
funding.
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Roman Catholic High School
was established in September
2003 after Roman Catholics of
the City of Belmopan and
its surrounding communities
solicited the establishment of a
secondary school from their
Parish Priest and the Most
Reverend Bishop Osmond
Peter Martin, Bishop of Belize
and Belmopan.
Its first campus was located on
the compound of Our Lady of
Guadalupe Co-Cathedral on the


Ring Road in Belmopan City
where it occupied the Parish
Hall as its first classrooms. In
August 2007 the high school
was relocated to its current
location on the George Price
Boulevard
The Guest Speaker for the
official inauguration of the high
school will be His Excellency
Archbishop Luigi Pezzuto.
Other speakers will include
the Hon. Patrick Faber,
Minister of Education, Hon.


John Saldivar, Minister of the
Public Service, Governance
Improvement and Elections
and Boundaries and Area
Representative for Belmopan as
well as officials from Our Lady
of Guadalupe Roman Catholic
High School.
More information on this and
other projects undertaken by the
Social Investment Fund can be
obtained by contacting Mr.
Mike Hernandez Jr. J.P.,
Director of Public Relations,
Social Investment Fund,
Tel: 822-0239 or via email at
mike hernandez(isifbelize.ore


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Roches Remanded -

The Charge, Robbery


SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Monday, September 14,
2009:
The long arm of the law has
caught up with the fourth
suspect implicated in the
Wednesday, September 3,
2009 robbery of Anthony's
Superstore in Santa Elena,
Cayo.
Anthony Roches, 29,
Belizean, laborer, residing in the
Red Creek Area of Santa Elena
Town was picked put over
the weekend while inside a
nightclub in San Ignacio Town.
The report indicates that
Roaches was spotted inside the
club by a lone policeman who
immediately requested back up.
The police mobile with the
requested reinforcement rushed
to the club were Roches was
detained.
He was placed inside the
vehicle and transported to the
police station in San Ignacio
where he was formally arrested
and charged for the crimes of
robbery and conspiracy to
commit robbery.
He appeared before San
Ignacio's Magistrate, Rachel
Montejo on Monday, Septem-
ber 14 where both charges were
read to him. He pleaded not

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guilty to the two charges
but because a fire arm was
reportedly used in the
commission of the crime, the
summary court is prohibited
from granting him bail.
Roches was consequently
remanded to the central prison
in Hattieville for the next
appearance in court on
Thursday, October 8, 2009.
As is customary, Magistrate
Montejo advised the accused
that while the court is legally
prohibited from offering him
bail, if he so desires, after
spending a week in jail, he can
seek the services of an attorney
to make a application for bail on
his behalf to the Supreme Court.


Anthony Roches, 29, Belizean, laborer, Red Creek


BASIC NEEDS TRUST FUND

TENDER NOTICE

San Vicente Primary School Extension
Project, Toledo District


The Government of Belize has received funding through, the Basic Needs Trust Fund Fifth Programme, towards
the cost of Education projects and intends to apply part of the funds to cover eligible payments under the contract
for San Vicente Primary School Extension Project, Toledo District.
The Social Investment Fund, a Statutory Corporation, established under the Social Investment Fund Act No. 3 of
1996 and located at Constitution Drive, Belmopan City, Cayo District, hereby invites tenders from suitably
qualified contractors for the construction of the following:

San Vicente Primary School Extension Project, Toledo District
The works consist of the construction of a new 120'x 25' reinforced concrete structure and completion of
an existing building also measuring 120'x 25' both at ground level. Works on the new construction include
the provision of male and female bathrooms, office, library and two classrooms measuring 25'x30' each.
The new construction is to be of reinforced concrete with masonry blockwalls and a timber frame/galvalum
roof A verandah is to be constructed on the front and back of both the new construction and the existing
building. The new construction is an extension to the existing structure. The existing structure requires
plastering, painting, and installation of windows, doors and electricity to four classrooms measuring 25'x30'
each.

Tender documents can be obtained from the Social Investment Fund at the address below during the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. as of Tuesday September 22nd, 2009 for a NON-REFUNDABLE fee of BZE$100.00
per package.
Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked "Quotation for San Vicente Primary School Extension
Project, Toledo District


ADDRESSED TO:


The Project Manager
BASIC NEEDS TRUST FUND
Constitution Drive
P.O. Box 459
Belmopan City, Cayo District


Tenders will be received at the above address no later than 2:00 p.m. on Friday, October 16, 2009. A Public
Opening will be held at the SIF Office in Belmopan at 2:15 p.m. on Friday, October 16, 2009.
The Basic Needs Trust Fund will conduct onsite meetings on the dates and times specified in the bidding
documents with interested eligible bidders to explain the tender documents and address any queries from
interested eligible bidders.
The Basic Needs Trust Fund reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.


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Searching For Talent Among Students


B Y Arette Gomez,
Education Officer, Ministry of
Education:
BELMOPAN CITY, Monday,
September 14, 2009:
In an effort to increase the
participation of high school
students in the program of
activities for the Annual
National September Celebra-
tions, the Ministry of Education
in collaboration with the
National Institute of Culture and
History, organized and
sponsored an event titled,
"HIGH SCHOOL STAR
SEARCH".
The event was opened to
individual or groups of high
school students countrywide


who are talented in any of the
following genres Drama,
Dance, and Music.
Prizes were awarded in the
following three categories: Best
Drama, Best Music both vocal
and instrumental, and Best
Dance.
Among the many prizes was a
Minister's Trophy awarded to
the school whose participant
was selected as the Most
Outstanding Entry, while all
other participants and institu-
tions were awarded Certificates
of Participation
The panel of judges was
selected from a countrywide
pool of suitably qualified
persons.


HIGH SCHOOL STAR
SEARCH 2009 is scheduled
to be held on Wednesday,
Septemberl6, 2009 at 10:00
am to allow for maximum

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009:
The San Ignacio Humane
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Over the past few months the
Society's President, Mary
Cariddi, has been very
busy with organizing and
constructing the shelter. It is
located across the street from


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the Aguada Hotel, next to the
New Hope Pre-school on La
Loma Luz Boulevard.
The shelter currently has
puppies, as well as juvenile and
adult dogs, kittens and cats.
These healthy animals are
being offered for adoption by
the Society.
In order to maintain its high
quality service, the Society asks
for a donation of $50 upon each
adoption to assist in defraying
the cost for the care of
animals in the shelter. The
donation also seeks to bring
the new animal owner into the
organization.
The goal of the Humane
Society is to help maintain
human health by educating the
public on animal health. By
taking care of the animals
around us we have a cleaner
space in which to live.
Learning what medicines your
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ieMWnaeWnce a7y 2009.

We trust that you are enjoying the various
planned activities on this year's calendar.

Thank you for your continuous
patience and support as we work even
harder to uplift the standards and the
delivery of goods and services to you.

Despite our Dieverse orgigCsV, we Vmove forward
with cottovIoi, n aspirationvs anvd together we
celebrate as Belzea Ls.
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SIF Returns 9 Years Later With More Improvements

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: Area Representative, Hon. Ramon Witz (1); Education
Minister, Hon. Patrick Faber (2); School Teacher (3) and SIF's Public Relations
Officer, Mike Hernandez Jr. JP (4) along with students of the school


BY: Mike Hernandez Jr. JP,
Director of Public Relations,
Social Investment Fund
ROARINGCREEKVILLAGE,
Cayo, Tuesday, September 15,
2009:
A project for the construction
of four new classrooms to
benefit over 400 school children
attending the Roaring Creek


Nazarene Primary School in
the Cayo District was be
officially launched on Tuesday,
September 15, at the project site
in Roaring Creek Village, Cayo.
The project is to be
implemented by the Social
Investment Fund (SIF), a
statutory body under the
auspices of the Ministry of


Economic Development.
The scope of the works will
include the construction of four
classrooms on the first floor of
an existing building, which was
constructed by SIF in 2000.
The four classrooms will each
measure 22 feet long by 22 feet
wide, including a front verandah
and two stairways. One of the


stairways will be contributed by
the school.
The proposed classrooms are
to be constructed of reinforced
concrete with lumber/galvalum
roof. The roof will be designed
to withstand up to Category 4
hurricane winds and could serve
the community as a hurricane
shelter.
Roaring Creek Nazarene
Primary School is located in
Roaring Creek Village some
150 yards from the Western
Highway.
In 1999, the school population
was 269 students occupying two
concrete buildings and a room
in the nearby church with a
total of seven classrooms.
In 2000, SIF completed the
first four classroom building
to alleviate the serious
overcrowded situation that the
school was facing.
Over the last nine years,
however, attendance has
virtually doubled to 402
students.
Some of the students are
currently housed in two
temporary wooden structures,
one of which was borrowed
from the community's My


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Another Santa Elena Youth Goes To Jail


SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Monday, September 7,
2009:
An August 25, attempt robbery
of a San Ignacio Chinese
businesswoman has landed a
Santa Elena youth in jail.
Darwin Dorian Tillett, 20,
Belizean, laborer residing in the
Trapiche Area of Santa Elena
Town stands accused of using
a firearm in the process of
attempting to rob Mei Nu Li, a
Chinese businesswoman from
Wing Sing Supermarket located
on Buena Vista Street in San
Ignacio Town, Cayo.
It was around 7:50 on the
morning of Tuesday, August 25,
as Mei Nu Li was walking
down Buena Vista street
heading to the market in
downtown San Ignacio when
she was reportedly approached
by a male person of dark
complexion, with braided hair,
wearing a black sweater and a
34 camouflage pants.
The assailant reportedly
walked up to her with a gun in
his hand and grabbed at her
green sling purse.
Mei Nu Li reportedly held
on to the purse refusing to
part ways with it while
simultaneously shouting for
help. A police constable who
was heading for work heard her
cries and rushed to assist her.
Upon seeing the policeman,
the accused reportedly let go of
the purse and ran off through the
Victor Galvez Stadium and
around the lower portions of
the Cahal Pech Hill, with the
policeman in hot pursuit.
The policeman requested back
up and within minutes the
police vehicle arrived with an
additional two policemen and
the chase continued.
While the chase was on, the
accused was reportedly spotted
as he discarded an object and
when it was retrieved by one of
the back up officers, it was
found to be a point 22 pistol,
serial #1180169, with one live
bullet in it.
The chase and search
continued until the accused was
found hiding inside an
abandoned wooden structure in
the area behind the Octavia
Waight Home for Senior
Citizens and the Cayo Center for
Employment Training.
He was escorted to the police
station where he was formally


arrested and charged for the
attempt robbery of Mei Nu Lin
and for keeping a firearm
without a gun license and for
keeping ammunition also
without a license.
The accused, Darwin Dorian
Tillett was consequently
remanded to the Central Prison
in Hattieville and will be
returning to court on Thursday,
October 8, 2009.
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AIRIS: March 22 to April 20
There will be lots of leaps you make in terms of moving
forward. It will definitely have a spiritual dimension to it.
There will be ood times s ent with loved ones You will


LEO: July 24 to August 21
SYou will be faced by some pretty difficult decisions this
week. However, you will be able to figure out ingenious
ways of resolving the conflicts. Once this is done, you
will be able to focus on your personal life, which looks
assuring and could usher the start of a dramatic romantic
interlude. Your Lucky Numbers: 01, 24, 73.


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establish contact with amazing people who help you in VI : August 22 to September 21
your personal growth. Your Lucky Numbers: 26, 54, 98. There is a boost in self-confidence and you are likely to
continue scaling heights. People around you will be
TAURUS: April 21 to May 21 impressed by your sincerity. As you are able to make
favorable inroads into the minds of people around you,
You could be applying your creativity towards benefiting make te best use of ths tme. Your Lky N er 2,
e e s a g s t y make the best use of this time. Your Lucky Numbers: 21,
more people. There is a greater sensitivity that you \\37, 91.
develop and this helps in resolving issues in existing
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processes at work. Watch out for your physical safety. Your
Lucky Numbers: 46, 62, 71.

GEMINI: May 22 to June 21
This week spells a time of good cheer and general
\contentment. You are able to review your life both in terms
of what you want to rectify and what has finally worked
for you. Professional life continues to run smoothly with
regular demands from you. Try not to push your opinion
too much. Your Lucky Numbers: 34, 57, 84.

CANCER: June 22 to July 23
There have been some pleasant yet strange events that
S defy rationale. You need to tell yourself to be prepared
e for changes and that some of them could spell great news
1'6i for your fortune. You need to keep anxiety away and make
time for adequate rest. You are likely to travel. Your Lucky
SNumbers: 29, 31, 77.

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LIBRA: September 22 to October 23
There will be original ideas coming from you. There
will also be some small crisis erupting as you strive to
establish your claim to these ideas. The office situations
could be quite precarious. Speak little but with firmness
when you sense that the time is right. Your Lucky
Numbers: 06, 48, 85.

SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21
There is a lot of pressure on you right now and most likely
it is financial in nature as you cope with demands on all
fronts. Even though the monetary demands are more, you
S are calm. Nothing can ruffle your peace. You need to avoid
people who carry negativity within them. Your Lucky
Numbers: 18, 39, 70.

SAGITTARUIS: November 22 to December 21
It is an extremely difficult task to be a caregiver and
especially to the elderly. You may be driven by the spirit
to reduce human suffering and provide assistance. You will
be helping someone, but it will be an uphill task. In the
process you are likely to discover a lot of facts about
yourself. Your Lucky Numbers: 03, 15, 64.

CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20
There will be no holds barred effort at gaining better
employment. There could be issues in your personal life
that are keeping you anxious. Avoiding domestic issues
and taking refuge in professional work will not resolve
complications. Your Lucky Numbers: 12, 33, 82.

AQUARIUS: January 21 to February 19
You will be drawn to a whole lot more than just your work.
For once your hobbies will take up quite a bit of your time.
You will also be interested in subjects that have an aura of
mystery around them. It is time you adopted a healthy
lifestyle. Your Lucky Numbers: 08, 13, 44.

PISCES: February 20 to March 21
This week sees you involved in a lot of personal work. It
could be getting official sanctions, working around the
S house and getting the little glitches fixed. Little you
realise, but as you get the snags out of the way, your mind
gets de-cluttered and you feel that you can give more to
your work. Your Lucky Numbers: 09, 17, 38.

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Let My
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Please tell it. It goes lik
I am a female, 19 y
age. I was in a comm
relationship with a 37 y
man who is original
southern Belize.
He recently lost I
resulting in financial cha
in the relationship.
The strained relations
become both verbal
physically abusive.
It climaxed around
week in August.
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pm I came home and att
to speak with him ab
financial challenges wit
we were confronted. It v
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expressed the intention
my brother to remo
belongings from the ho
were sharing. He spra
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verbally. At one point he
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be told. him in the back. I ran out of the
e this: house screaming for the
years of neighbors to call the police.
ion law I sought refuge in a neighbor's
year old house and made two separate
y from telephone request for police
assistance but none arrived.
his job From the location of my refuge,
allenges I saw when he left the house
and shortly thereafter, in the
ship has company of my brother, we
ly and began making our way to the
police station to make a report.
the last On our way to the police station
we saw the police vehicle
nd 7:30 coming and my brother waved
tempted for them to stop. When the
out the police vehicle stopped, I was
h which surprised to see the abusive man
was like sitting in the back section of
error. It the vehicle. I was invited to
vhen I accompany the policemen to
n to get their station in San Ignacio
)ve my Town. A medical office treated
use we our injuries and both were
ng into medically classified as wound-
tremely ing. I requested court action like
lly and did the other party. He was held
refused in police custody for an
e which overnight and we appeared in
y biting court the following day. We


both pleaded not guilty. We are
out on bail and the matter is set
for hearing around the middle
of September.


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Caring More For The Dead Than The Living
Mr. Lopez was at home in about them now because I've
Santa Familia Village. He was just shot him and he is now
just going to bed when his wife dead", Within seven minutes
told him that he left the light on two police vehicles and an
in the shed. ambulance pulled up to his
He opened the door to go turn house.
it off but he saw a man in the "Where is the dead man?"
shed stealing his things. asked one of the policeman.
He immediately phoned the "Here he is" said Mr. Lopez
police, who asked "Is this man as he handed over a man very
in your house?" much alive.
"No" said Mr. Lopez "He is "But I thought you said that
in my tool shed." you'd shot them and that he is
"All our patrol vehicles are dead!"
busy right now. We cannot go George said, "That's true, but
all the way out there. Just go I also thought I heard you
back into your house and lock saying that all your patrols
your door, The man will soon were busy and that you could
leave" said the person at the not come all the way out here,
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This latest project will be
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at a total cost of $195,000. Of
this amount, the community will
provide $5,000 in labour.
The guest speaker for the
occasion was the Hon. Patrick
Faber, Minister of Education
who in his presentation urged
the children to "make a pledge


to stay in school and obtain a
sound education, to believe in
your respective talents, to be
law abiding citizens and to stay
away from crime, drugs and
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and representatives of the
Roaring Creek Village Council,
the Roaring Creek Nazarene
Primary School and the Social
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By: Wellington C. Ramos
On this the twenty-eighth
anniversary of our nation's
independence our government
and people should take some
time out to analyze and
examine how much we have
accomplished and did not
accomplish as a nation in the
past years and where do we go
from here in developing our
country.
One of the biggest problem
we have is this Guatemalan
claim that continue to question
the legitimacy of our independ-
ence. Some Belizeans believe
that we should just forget about
the claim and move on, while
others believe that we should
confront this claim heads on
with diplomacy and have the
International Court of Justice
rule on this issue to bring it to a
closure.
I am in full support of our
government's decision to take
this matter to our people in the
form of a referendum and then
to the International Court of


Justice. All attempts to settle the
dispute in the past has failed
and the Guatemalans are still
insisting on getting a part of
Belize for themselves.
The first thing the
government of Belize must try
to figure out is; What is it that
the Guatemalans want? Do they
want the whole country of
Belize, a part of Belize, oil,
natural gas, gold, or access to
the Atlantic Ocean through
Belize with a regional coopera-
tion agreement in place?
The Guatemalans are not
stupid people because they
possess highly trained
International Lawyers and
Diplomats to know that Belize
will not give them the whole
country or any part thereof. So,
what is left is a regional
agreement to grant them access
to our port facilities and roads
to transport their goods through
Belize.
This they know will be of
mutual benefit due to Belize's
strategic location in the


Atlantic Ocean and it's
proximity to other Caribbean
and Central American countries
on the east coast. If Belize was
to grant such a request to
Guatemala, will it be free of cost
or will the Belize government
levy a fee on the Guatemalans
for granting that access?
Nothing is free in life because
there will be a cost to the
government of Belize for the
maintain the port facilities and
the roads.
In addition to the Guatemalan
claim, Belize is experiencing
some serious domestic
problems such as; crime,
unemployment, inadequate
health care, gangs, drug abuse,
Increase in the HIV infection
rate and other social ills.
For Belize to solve these
problems, they will need
revenues to be generated in
large quantities to fund
programs and deal with these
issues. Luckily for the
government of Belize, oil was
discovered recently and they are


looking to the revenues gained
from the oil to generate the
income to spend on their
domestic programs. However,
since Belize is lower than
Guatemala and both countries
possess oil Guatemala might
want to work out an agreement
with Belize that if their oil flow
into Belize they will be allowed
to extract it from Belize
without any cost but be willing
to pay for any environmental
problems that may arise from
this venture.
The solution to these
problems will not be easy but
yet the government of Belize
cannot afford to shy away from
confronting them because
the earlier they resolve these
questions the quicker they will
be able to develop Belize.
The current administration
seems to be embarking on a bold
initiative to restructure Belize
with constitutional reforms
to have their programs
implemented.


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Help Us To Prevent The


Spread Of The
A Public Notice From
BELMOPAN CITY, Cayo
Thursday. September 17,
2009:
The Ministry of Health has
detected a major outbreak of a
flu-like illness in Caye Caulker.
The public is hereby reminded
that in order to prevent the
spread of influenza including
the H1N1, people suffering with
flu like symptoms should
remain at home for the duration
of their illness.
If you present with flu


Influenza Virus
The Ministry of Health
symptoms you are advised to
visit your nearest health care
provider.
Please wash your hands
frequently and cover your
mouth when coughing and
sneezing.
Please also be advised that the
most common symptoms of the
influenza include: fever, cough,
sore throat and runny nose.
We ask you to please assist us
in preventing the spread of the
influenza virus.


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Ix Chel Tropical Research Foundation is once again
offering it's after school program, Kids For Conservation
2009-2010. Beginning September 14th, our volunteers will
assist children with their homework and other school projects
daily from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

In the first hour, students will have an opportunity to be
assisted in doing their assignments in a peaceful, secure and
supportive environment. When homework is completed a
light snack is provided; the second hour will be for arts, fun
games and songs. ICTRF beleives that learning should be
fun. On specific days we'll have short sessions on plants
and animals in the environment.

Registration day is on Monday, September 7th 2009.

Price per month: $10.00 per child or $15.00 per family.

ICTRF work hand in hand with the community to make a
positive difference in the lives of children. Kids say they
love this program and parents comment that their kids did
much better in their school work.

For further information, to register your child, to volunteer
services, to donate books or school supplies call 804-0264,
623-2634 or email us at ixcheltropicalresearch@yahoo.com


On the other side you have the
opposition party filing briefs to
go to court and challenge all
these constitutional reforms
to stall progress. Why is the
government of Belize doing this
in the post independence era?
The answer is because there
was a lack of planning and
nation building taking place
prior to the independence of
Belize. Our rush to independ-
ence with a claim lingering
over our heads and no defense
guarantee in place, have us in
this insecure position in which
we now find ourselves.
Belize can only take its
true place in history if we start
with a Nationalism Program.
Belizeans must be taught that
Belize belongs to all Belizeans
and that Belizeans will come
first at all times and that any and
everything in Belize that is to
be given to a citizen all Belizean
will get a part of it. This will
create a feeling of unity among
our citizens and will bring
Belizeans together despite their
ethnicity, religion, social status,
political affiliation or any other
consideration.
Today, Most Belizeans do not
see Belize this way because only
a few chosen families have been
benefitting from the goods and
services of the Nation. This has
led to many Belizeans becom-
ing complacent and living just
for today without any concern
about tomorrow or their coun-
try's future.
Our leaders should also
create a long term vision for
Belize and because the lack
vision leads to nowhere. Belize
will need the input of all


me enizeans wno nave
lived abroad and have gained
experiences in several diverse
fields from major industrialized
nations especially the United
States of America. Most people
from all the countries in the
world are still trying to go
to America. This is because
opportunity is what motivates
people in any country to become
part of the nation building
process.


I Itr ank
The Belize Bank Limited hereby informs its
customers that branches countrywide will
be closed for business on
Saturday September 19, 2009.

For everyday banking transactions,
please use our A TM machines available
24hrs a day, 7 days a week or your
Belize Bank VISA Debit Card or credit cards.

The Belize Bank Limited takes this opportunity to
wish all of its customers a
Safe and Happy Independence Day.


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CHAPTER 194. LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


In accordance ith Sect ion 13 of the Registered I and Act Chapter 194,
Re% i.,d Edition 2000, I, PATRICIA ROBATEAU PEREZ, tor Registrar
of Lands, hereby serve notice that k irhin one month from the date herco f, I
intend to registerthe fol lo ing parcels ofland listed below for which applica-
tion 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 ofthese parcels
musit get in toLuch \V ith me before expiry date o.f this not ice bet ween Monday s
to Fndai s at the Land Registry, Belmopan.



(PATRICIA lAoB.AEA REL) ( MRS. i
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


APPI ICAIION NO. 1-RS-200905823
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOU1TH. Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2219.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Grant Fiat No. 1284 of 2007 dated 8th
January 2I008 in favour of SANDRA GOSS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200907216
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOL.AILLE. Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 32.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Deed of Conveyance No. 0604 2005
dated 15th March, 2005 and recorded in deed, book Volume 8 of 2005 at
Iblios 775-786 in favour of ENGI.FRERT PFRERA and SHARON
RMNICLAMN PERERA.

APPIICATION NO. I RS-200907217
This parcel land is situated in the Regisiratl ii n Stion. Mi.I .F R'S BIGHT,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 680.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Grant Fiat No. 474325 of 2002 dated
26th Apnl. 2002 in favour ofA I .BINO G VARGAS.

.APPI. ICAT ION NO. I .RS-200907227
These parcel. ofland are iiuated in the Regiqration Section, SAN IGNAC IO
SOI ITH. Block No 23 and heing Parcels No 1097& 1098

These parcels of land are the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2744'
2(( )2 daedd 26th Sepcimbn r. 2002 and recorded in deeds book Volume 32
of 2002 at folios 847-854 in favour of CANDY GONZALES and
KATHLEEN OLIVER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS- 2009072 28
These parcels ofland are situated in the Registration Section. SAN IGNA( 10
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcels No. 1192, 1193 &1194.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No 1654/
2002 dated 10th June, 2002 and recorded in deeds book Volume 21 of
200 at folios 599-606 in Iavour ofG EORGE GONZALEZ& CANDY
GONZ.LES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200907273
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
1.OVOIAVILLE, RBlck No 45 and being Parcel No. 1978.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture dated 20th July, 1973 and
recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1973 at Folios 511 to 518 in favour of
ALBERTASHBEY.

APPI ICA1ION NO. I RS-200907280
This parcel of laud is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORT H, Block No 23 and being Parcel No 438.

This parcel ofland is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 2247/1995 dated 3rd


October, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of 1995 at FoI los
1409-1414 in favour of DAVID HO.

APPLICATIION NO. LRS-200907312
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 2662.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Grant Fiat No. 852 of2005 dated 2nd
September. 2005 in favour of El G EN E LESL IE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200907316
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
IOA\ OI.AVLLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 458.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1408 of 1998 dated
30th January, 1999 in favour of LISA TENCIL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200907317
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1S I 3.

This parcel o fland is the subject of a Grant Fiat No 254 of 1995 dated 31st
October, 1995 in favour of G ENARO GALLEGO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200907333
This parcel of land i situated in the Registration Section, SAN IG NACO
NOR III, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 832.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gih No: 2493 2004 dated
25th October, 2004 and recorded in Deed.s Book Volume 33 of 2004 at
Folios 767-776 in favour of EN RIQ I E S. DEPAZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200207340
This parcel of land is situated in ihe Registration Section, SAN I(GNACIO
NOR I H, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 765.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 347 2001 dated 2nd
February, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 2001I at olios
659- 665 in favour of CIIERRY BERRY and ALTON BERRY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201907396
I [is parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section. ORANGE WA LK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No 2605,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 276/1982
dated 18th March, 198I2 and recorded in deeds book Volume 3 of 19 82 at
folios 543-550 in fa~ our ofTHEOFII.0 GUTIERREZ.

APPI ICAI ION NO. I RS-200907397
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. TRL\ L FARM,
Block No 4 and being Parcel No. 376.

Ii is parcel o fland is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 480 of 1996 daied 26th
Noe ember. I9% in favour of GREGORIO NAIl.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200907398
This parcel ofland is sitatied in the Registration Section. ORANGE WA LK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2606.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 263/1985
dated 26th March, 1985 and recorded in deeds book Volume 3 of 1985 at
Iflios 611-618 in favour of THEOFILO GUTIERREZ.

APPLIC(A1 ION NO. LRS-200907399
This parcel ofland is situated in ihe Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No 23 and being Parcel No 149.

Th is parcel of land is the subject ofa Grant Fiat No. 608 of 20l0 dated 15th
July. 2000 in favour of EDl 'ARDO YACAD.


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SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Thursday, September 17,
2009:
Just as we were going to press
this Thursday night reports
emerged of a murder in the
Village of El Progresso on the
Mountain Pine Ridge Road in
the Cayo District.
Reports are somewhat sketchy
at this time but preliminary
information reaching us indicate
that at around 8:30 on
Thursday night, the village
Chairman, Julio Ruano, was
alerted to the presence of an
injured person laying on a road
in the village.
Upon approaching the scene
he reportedly saw a man
holding a machete and kicking
a man on the ground.
Upon seeing the Chairman the
man reportedly threw the
machete into nearby bushes.
The Chairman then proceeded
to detain the man and with
assistance of other villagers who
arrived in a vehicle, the man
was tied up and identified as
Zacarias Tesecum, a Belizean
farmer residing in the
village.
Police arrived on the scene


shortly and the suspect was
handed over to them.
The injured man was
transported to the San Ignacio
Hospital where he was
pronounced dead. He was
subsequently identified as
Pedro Cob, other personal
particulars are yet unknown.
The deceased was reportedly
found with four chop wounds to
the back, one chop wound
above the right eye and another
chop wound to the upper right
arm.
A machete, suspected to be the
murder weapon, was retrieved
from nearby bushes and is in the
custody of the police.
Police have also detained a
second suspect in the murder.
He has been identified as Pedro
Hernandez, Belizean farmer
residing in the same village.
Investigation so far indicate
that a few hours earlier, the
men were drinking at a bar
in the village when a
misunderstanding erupted. This
misunderstanding is suspected
to have triggered off the
murder. Investigation into
this incident is currently under
way.


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NORTH. Bluuk No..23 mid and bi.x F PaicoNu. 1537.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conv,,yance No. 862/1983 da-td
15 tll SpkmbiEz. 1983 nud ec'Srdiad it dvs book fI %3 ut
Foli i 707-71 21 ii favciur u ofFEVIRA FSPJ1T.

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SOUTH, Blo-Jk No. 23 and being Parcel No. 926.

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24111 May,2005 aidii i -uwd diii [XAxk fluuk VipIuiri I15 of A", 005 &t
Folios 1011-1024 in favour of ELVIRA E SPAT aind ANTONIO


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dated 22nd Jubly 2002 mid recorded in deeds book Violume 25 of 20 02 at
foliuo 447-452 in favour of`A-BhLJ.NAALAMILLLA.

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A FPLICATION NOI. LRI-NKIWI459
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200-4 dated 9th .Tuly ,2)3 and recorded in deeds hook Voklrne 21 nf
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TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 238.

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25th ()ctoder,. : in Ihw'lI ir of ALX -RIX N 14.) LEIVA.

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PICKISTKC.K, Block NWo. 45 and beingf Panx No. 1207.

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3rd June, 19-4aind recorded in Deeds Book Volnme 14 of 1994 at Folios
567-580 in fAvoirw ct RA NI SABNANL.

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Block No. 3 and beii Parcel No. 5f..

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July., 1 4 in favou ofELUTID CRU1Zas ad&iistraor ofthe estate of
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WESTI HIovk No. 45 tuid ing Parcwl No 1094,

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;9dt Jan~unirv. zirir:ia in favour .7 f RC)NAL LD) MIGHANL4~s.







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THE PURPOSE OF THIS PRELIMINARY MEETING IS:
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Six New Rotary Scholars


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Back Row: Jack Barnes (Scholarship Committee Chairman);
Dan Habet (Rotary Club President).
Front Row: Ali Guevara; Trisha Lanza; Evelin Castillo;
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BY: John Acott
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Friday, September 18, 2009:
Six local high school students
were invited to a breakfast
meeting of the Rotary Club of
San Ignacio on the 17th Septem-
ber, where they were guests of
honour of the Rotarians on their
achievement in becoming the

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150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000,
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2009 to operate Locust & Wine
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principal from each of the six
Primary Schools of Santa Elena
and San Ignacio nominated
candidates from their respective
schools. From these candidates,
the Rotary Rafael Cal
Memorial Scholarship Commit-
tee, based upon the merits of the
candidate's applications and
recommendations, selected six
of these candidates as 2009/10
Rotary Scholars.
The Rotary Club of San
Ignacio is currently sponsoring
19 children through 4 years of
high school education in San
Ignacio and Santa Elena. The
high cost of this programme is
met by local Rotary fundraising;
from Rotarians in America and
Canada; and from individuals;
all of whom recognize the
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child's future prospects in
life.
The six Rotary scholars
signed a contract agreeing to
work hard at school, be respect-
ful to teachers and elders and to
perform 10 hours of community
service each semester. The
scholars are required to
maintain a respectable level of
proficiency in their studies to
remain in the programme and
Rotary will provide tutors and
mentors to assist them as needed
throughout their four years of
schooling.
The children were congratu-
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Rotary Club of San Ignacio,
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an inspirational speech on the
importance of education to their
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Doctor's Dead Body Found Inside
The House He Rented In Trench Town


His strength of character
often made it difficult for him
to accept the new lifestyle but
the balance was struck as it also
gave him the desire to overcome
the challenges of getting his
life back on track and so, in
April 2008, he returned to Cayo
Clinical Laboratory. However,
the tumor soon began to
reemerge with accompanying
excruciating pain.
Up to the time of his passing,
he was said to be on heavy pain
killers. His medical situation
was further complicated by a
diabetic condition with which
he was diagnosed over a year
ago.
Mr. Yacab recalls Thursday,
September 3 as being Dr.
Hernandez' last day in the
office. He also recalls speaking
to him last by telephone on
Saturday, September 5. Mr.
Yacab said that several other
attempts to contact him by
telephone were unsuccessful.
It was not until several days
later, at around 10:00 am on
Wednesday, September 16, that
Mr Ruben Yacab send his son
Danny to look for Dr.
Hernandez at his house.
The son found a closed house
with no one responding to his


knocks on the door. He then
sought the assistance of the
landlord, who had only just
returned the previous day from
one of his usual trips abroad.
The landlord accompanied the
son over to the house on the
adjacent lot. They went to the
other side of the house to a
widow where the bedroom is
situated and this was when they
came upon a swarm of flies and
the smell of decomposition.
The landlord returned to his
house, got a spare key to a side
door, opened the door and as he
was entering the small bedroom,
he came upon the totally nude,
decomposing body of Dr.
Hernandez, laying face upwards
on the floor. The discovery was
immediately reported to the
police and they arrived shortly
thereafter. A police guard was
posted on the scene until Dr.
Mario Estradabran's arrival on
Thursday morning.
The body was placed in a
coffin provided by Mr. Yacab.
It was transported by police
vehicle to Mr. Yacab's San
Franciso Farm located about
two miles from San Ignacio
Town on the Western Highway
leading to Benque Viejo Town
where the post mortem
examination was conducted at


the conclusion of which Dr.
Estradabran wrote: "No
anatomical cause of death due
to visceral congestion due to
advance putrefaction." In
layman term: "No analysis to
determine the cause death
could be conducted because of
condition of the internal
organs due to advanced state of
decomposition ".
Dr. Estradabran further
recorded the approximate date
of death as "12/09/09"
(Saturday, September 12, 2009)
and the approximate time of
death as "undetermined".
The approximate date of death
somewhat coincides with
police information of a neighbor
reportedly hearing the voice of
a male person in distress
coming from the house
occupied by Dr. Hernandez on
several occasion on Saturday.
Police say that despite hearing
a probable desperate call for
help, the neighbor instead did
nothing to assist or to seek
assistance.
Police found no sign of
forced entry into the house, no
visible evidence of a squabble
and no obviously missing


personal belongings. Therefore,
coupled with a blood sugar
condition said to frequently fall
to dangerous low levels, no foul
play is suspected in the death of
Dr. Victor Hernandez Castro
and the death is being ruled as
resulting from natural causes.
Immediately after the post
mortem examination the body
was replaced inside the coffin,
a brief funeral service was held
at around 12 noon on Thursday,
September 17, 2009. The body
of Dr. Victor Hernandez Castro
was laid to rest on Ruben
Yacab's San Francisco Farm.
In seeking advice from a
highly respected medical
professional for the layman's
form of Dr. Estradabran's cause
of death certification, the
doctor said: "A well conducted
autopsy SHOULD always be
able to determine a cause of
death, that is the reason why
autopsies are conducted
because they are expected to
pinpoint to the exact cause of
death. The fact that no one in
Belize seems to be able to
conduct a decent autopsy is the
explanation why many deaths
go unexplained."


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