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Publication Date: October 25, 2009
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Rasheed Released Gustavo Not Interested


In Going Further With The Charges
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Thursday, October 22,
2009:
He was initially charged for
aggravated assault, wounding
and discharging a firearm in
public. This morning however,
all three charges were
withdrawn against Rasheed
Hyde, 18, when the virtual
complainant, Gustavo Oliva,
19, appeared in court requesting
no further court action.
San Ignacio police reports that
at around 12:30 on the morning
of Saturday, October 17, the
victim, Gustavo Oliva, 19,
Belizean laborer of a Santa Cruz
address in Santa Elena, was
walking to his home from the
nearby Temptations Bar, along
with four friends.
Upon reaching near his home Rasheed Hyde, 18 Gustavo Oliva, 19
a red pick up truck pulled up and a shot and that he instinctively chamber and as a result he where he was treated for an
a male person alighted from the pulled his head to the right reportedly held the gun by the injury to the forehead. He
passenger side. In his statement causing him to escape being barrel and slammed Oliva with received four stitches and
to the police, the complainant shot in the head. the butt in the center of the the attending medical officer
reported that the person, whom He reported that while Hyde forehead. certified the injury as wounding.
he positively identified as was attempting to put another One of the victim's friends He was released about an hour
Rasheed Hyde, pointed a round in the chamber one of his called the police. They arrived later from the hospital.
handgun at his head from a friends shouted at Hyde. He about an hour later. The injured Police reports that two days
near point blank distance. He reportedly had difficulties in Oliva was transported to the later, on Monday, October 19,
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The Cost Of Crime And Criminal Behavior
Has Remained Constant For HalfA Century

In this, the era of increasing crime and violence engulfing
the nation, a dark cloud continues to hang over the national
horizon as this week we witnessed the "throwing out" of yet
another series of criminal charges all because of the absence
of case files.
The situation should be cause for much concern for all law
abiding residents in Belize especially since the charges that
are being dismissed are not petty ones and misdemeanors like
"Insulting words, Loitering, Sale of illegal boledo, Opening
beyond normal closing time, etc". No, the charges that are
being dismissed are those ranging from attempt murder,
aggravated robbery, robbery, burglary, wounding, and carnal
knowledge among other serious crimes.
While Belizean courts are dismissing serious charges against
accused persons, without even the courtesy of a trial, in
America, just last week, the 3 million US dollars bail imposed
on a Belizean charged for attempt murder was all over the
news.
In addressing this matter from the bench, San Ignacio's
Magistrate, Rachel Montejo said, "We cannot continue to
delay the dispensing of justice simply because someone is
not doing their job. "Our instruction from the Chief Justice
and the Chief Magistrate is to throw out these matters and I
have no intention of going against these instructions" said
Ms. Montejo.
The silver lining behind the dark cloud came however when,
in dismissing these cases, Magistrate Montejo informed each
accused person that if, and when, the police get their acts
together and a case file is forwarded "You can be re-arrested
and brought back to court on this same charge".
This begs the question however, in the absence of no
apparent disciplinary action against those who initially failed
to produce a case file when the matter was still hot, what is the
likelihood that these same individuals will produce a case file
after several months and in some cases years, have passed? It
will certainly not be unusual, after several months and years,
for victims and witnesses to lose interest in proceeding with
the matter. There might also be instances where, after several
months and years, victims and witnesses might have
relocated thereby making it much more difficult to find them
and even if they are found, their recollection of the incident
would have faded with time.
More in-depth analysis into this disturbing development can
be derived from the study of basic human behavior.
It is said that ordinary human beings derive satisfaction from
achieving an objective or reaching a goal.
The example of such behavior is demonstrated when for
instance, a load of gravel is placed at point A, a person is hired
and handed a wheel barrow and a shovel and told to move the
load of gravel from point A over to point B. After this task has
been completed and the goal achieved, the person is told to
move the material back to point A. The person will comply,
especially if he is paid to return the gravel to its original
location and likewise, in his subconscious, that individual is
prone to accept that the person ordering the moving of the
material might have made a mistake in ordering the moving of
the material in the first instance. However, after being ordered
to move and replace the material for a third and fourth time, a
degree of resentment begins to build up in that individual.
The more times the relocation is ordered, the greater the


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degree of resentment grows, ultimately resulting in that
individual, although paid to do the job, out-rightly refusing to
comply with the instruction as subconsciously that person
begins to feel as though he is being taken for a fool.
All of this was said simply to draw some light into prevailing
conditions. This explanation is certainly not intended to
defend the actions of those policemen who are just simply not
doing the job for which they are paid, it is rather used as a
means of suggesting a way in which we could maybe enhance
law and order and the protection of life and property in this
land we call our own.
The examples we are about to give are becoming more and
more prevalent in the society as it appears to be making a
mockery of the justice system and it happens with much more
frequency in cases of domestic disputes.
When the police rushes to the scene of these reports, the
very first question that is asked of the victim, usually the
female companion, is: "do you wish to proceed with court
action against him". In some cases the victim would only
request for the abuser to be removed from the immediate
environment. The police would take the individual, usually
someone under the influence of alcohol, into custody, lock him
up for a few hours, usually at nighttime and release him at
sunrise when he might have sobered up a bit and is in better
control of his faculties.
In other cases however, the victim would request court
action and so the police gets down to the work, sometimes for
the duration of his entire shift. He begins to put together a case
file because his instructions from the victim is to proceed to
court with the matter and so the policeman records statements
from the victim and witnesses and in some cases even from


the accused if he wishes to give
fingerprinted, photographed,
an antecedent history is
recorded, charge sheets are
lodged, a court book is put
together and the matter is
ready for court at its next
sitting. The accused is
brought before the magistrate
and hot on the heels of the
accused is the virtual
complainant requesting for
the charge to be withdrawn
against the accused. And so
the accused is ordered to walk
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Dear Editor;
I just finished reading this
weekend's edition of the STAR
and again your editorial was
significant and thought
provoking however I was
distressed to see David
Simpson on the front page
(under those circumstances).
Firstly, let me declare that I
believe that more harm is
caused to societies that enforce


harsh penalties on Marijuana
than would be caused by
decriminalizing/legalizing it.
I will use David as an almost
perfect example of this harm. I
first came to know about David
while surfing the internet about
Belize quite some time ago.
Visitors to Belize that used
David to guide them were so
thrilled with his services and
attention that they wrote about


The Health Hazards Posed

By Sanitary Landfills
Dear Editor; and ash into the air we breathe
I hope that you will allow ir n oPg6
space in your paper for this


letter.
I am writing to spread
awareness of the dangers that
our landfills pose to human and
environmental health and to
urge the public to demand
that municipal waste be safely
managed.
In April of 2008 I wrote to the
Minister of Health, cc'ing all
those that are also responsible
for protecting the public from
health and environmental
hazards (the Mayors of San
Ignacio, Benque and Belize
City and the Chief Environ-
mental Officer).
The letter concerned the
health risk posed to Belizeans
by the burning of and failure to
manage our municipal waste. I
received no response from
any organization and the risk to
our health and environment
continues.
There is little or no control
over the substances that wind up
in official and unofficial
landfills and dumps around the
country.
Our garbage is made up
of everything from paints,
appliances, batteries, comput-
ers, polystyrene, PVC pipes,
septic waste, plastics of all kinds
and many other items that
contain or are made from a
variety of toxin chemicals.
The open burning of garbage,
such as the ones that take place
at the Western Sanitary Landfill,
occurs at lower temperatures
than waste incinerators and is
called an 'incomplete burn'.
Incomplete burns create
dioxin laden, polluting smoke


Turning Otherwise Productive
Citizens Into Criminals


Interested groups are asked to register at the BTB office on Regent Street by December 1, 2009.
The winning neighborhood group will be chosen by March I st. 2010 and will receive $10.000 to
be shared equally among the participating households.


3. CORPORATE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN .4 ':


The general public is asked to nominate a business and to provide
reasons for nominating that business re g how the business is making
difference in instilling civic pridep. Send the name and address of your
business to Belize Tourism Board office. Deadline for receiving
nominations is November 16th, 2009.

For more information contact:
Mrs. Lorraine Herrera Montejo
BTB Public Awareness Officer
E-mail: lorraine@travelbelize.org


I AM BELIZE


Fa nr nfraln o I.et .tkng. laein. . .s o is ndsry nl.q.t th


him on the internet.
I met David after I moved here
and we have had some
conversations.
From what I have gleaned he
is a loyal and hard working
citizen of the country; he is not
running around stealing robbing
and killing. He tries his best to
work his little tour business with
meager and sometimes non
existent resources. In other
words he is just a hardworking
struggling (especially in this
tourism downturn) guy trying
to make a living.
A conviction will surely put all
of this in jeopardy; thereby
making a productive citizen less
productive; and for what, a
substance that has been
legalized in around 5 states in
America (the very same
country that first criminalized


NEWS


"I AM BELIZE" committee takes pleasure in conducting 3 new competitions. The
committee is headed by BTB with representations from BTIA, BHA and other tourism
partners. The "I Am Belize" campaign seeks to sensitize and educate Belizeans on how
their individual action impacts the country's image.

The categories for the 3 competitions are as follows:

1. CLEAN SCHOOL COMPETITION
The following areas will be Judged:
0 Entrance Area to School E Bathroonm Fcilitjes
B General cleanliness E Administration offices
E Befor/After picturesprogress of school 3 Public areas: playgrounds eating areas, etc.
B Individual cassroons 0 General beautification efforts: planting of
trees/plants, garbage receptacles
Schools that want to participate are asked to register at the BTB office on Regent Street by
November 16th, 2009. The winning school will be chosen by April Ist. 2010 and will receive $7,500
to be used toward needs of the school.


2. CLEAN NEIGHBORHOOD COMPETITION


it and forced their views on
almost all of the rest of the
world) and several countries
around the globe.
Here is something I would
like for you to take a look at.
http://www.jackh erer. com/
chapters.html.
Belize should (before it is
too late) abandon the failing
tactics of America's war on
drugs and look for model
solutions in places that have
managed their drug situation
with more success.
Alcohol, (the only available
socially accepted legal drug) is
a very hard drug and the abuse
of it is wreaking havoc in
Belize; the only negative effects
marijuana is having on Belize
is turning otherwise productive
citizens into criminals.
Please do notpublish my name


Criteria to register:
0 10 I housh*ods within area
0 All households must be adjacent to each otheF or
faCing each aier. Turn"ng comNers allowed MbAl
no howm e sk4ng
IZ All head of hawehuld must sign on to regitW shMet
M Name your group
0 Nuniber of peropek cnaci household
10 Appoint a group leader and provde contact
information for grovp Ieadr


The followlrg areas will be judged:
* Ciean cut lawn V .,L-PI kenp if other Mhan gra s
* Trecsrpiirt swdi trimmed
* ProPm gablBge didpOSal
RI Going thP PEA mile anrIOf9r to sidewalks, dralnr,
OvK d ceanliness


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Belize Consulate In Los Ang

Funds For Belize Cancer Cen


LOS ANGELES CALIF.,
USA, Thursday, October 22,
2009:
The Hon. Roland Yorke,
Belize's Consul General in Los


Angeles, California and the
Consulate of Belize in Los
Angeles, in conjunction with the
Blissfulsage Foundation, will be
hosting a fundraising reception


eles Raising

ter, bangriga
honoring Dr. Ellsworth Grant
and Nursing Supervisor
Dellone Pascascio, both
facilitators of Belize Cancer
Center located in Dangriga.
The reception commences at
4:00 PM on Sunday, October
25, 2009 inside the Auditorium
at Shriners Children's Hospital
located at 3160 Geneva Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90020.
The event is expected to
attract a lot of Belizeans
especially those residing in
Southern California as well as
representation from the offices
of elected local official such
as Congresswoman Laura
Richardson, Los Angeles
County Supervisor Mark
Ridley Thomas, Los Angeles
City Mayor Antonio R.


Villaraigosa, Los Angeles City
Council Member Herb
Wesson, State Senator Colin
Price and Assemblyman Mike
Davis.
All proceeds from the
fundraiser will go to the Belize
Cancer Center-Dangriga.
The Blissfulsage Foundation
is a non-profit organization
dedicated to improving the
quality of services to hospice
patients in Belize.
Tickets, for US$35 each can
be obtained from a) The
Blissfulsage Foundation: Tel
No:626-940-7897 or by email
at:raquelbattle(ablissfulsage org
b) The Belizean American
Nursing Community: 213-248-
2901, c) The Consortium for
Belizean Development, Inc:
323-292-4706 and, d) The
offices of the Consulate of
Belize: 323-634-9900.


VACANCY
Needed one restaurant
worker preferably
with experience in
restaurant work.
Persons interest in the
position are asked to
please call 6673141.


f SOCIAL INVESTMENT FUND




TRIAL FARM DRAINAGE PROJECT, ORANGE WALK DISTRICT

The Government of Belize has received funding through the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB)
towards the cost of Economic Infrastructure Projects and intends to apply part of the funds to cover
eligible payments under the contracts for Trial Farm Drainage Project, Orange Walk 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:

CONTRACT #003.0026 of 2009: Trial Farm Drainage Project, Orange Walk District
The project consists of the construction of an improved drainage system within the community of
Trial Farm in order to alleviate flooding of the black water creek area situated on the west of this
community.
This project consists of the following components:
i) Construction of approx. 3,300 linear meters of earthen trapezoidal channels an average of
1.5 meters wide at the base and 2 meters wide at the top with 2 meters average depth,
ii) Installation of pre-cast reinforced concrete culverts (30 units) being of 1.5 meters square
in average size complete with inlets and outlets and reinforced concrete apron walls to
the culverts,
iii) Construction of 35 (4 feet wide by 7 feet long) reinforced concrete pedestrian access
ramps as required across the new drains.

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. from Monday to Friday for a NON-REFUNDABLE fee of
BZE$150.00 per package starting on October 20, 2009.

Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked "Trial Farm Drainage Project, Orange Walk
District." addressed TO: The Executive Director, Social Investment Fund Constitution Drive
P.O. Box 459, Belmopan City, Cayo District

Tenders will be received at the above address no later than 2:00pm Friday, November 13, 2009. A
Public Opening will be held at the SIF Office in Belmopan at 2:15pm Friday, November 13, 2009.
Onsite meetings with interested eligible bidders will be held at 2:00pm Wednesday, November 4,
2009 in Trial Farm Village, Orange Walk District to address any queries that the contractors might
have about the bidding documents. Contractors who have bought packages are urged to attend.

The Social Investment Fund reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.


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More New Classrooms And Water


System For Southern
BELMOPAN, Wednesday, The total cost of this project is
October 21, 2009: $320,000 being grant aid from
Two social projects aimed at the Basic Needs Trust Fund.
addressing the basic needs of San Vicente Village is located
Belizeans in two of Belize's 40 miles northwest of Punta
suthernmost villages will be Gorda Town near the Belize/
officially launched on Friday, Guatemalan border and 5 miles
October 23, 2009. from Jalacte Village.


MORE NEW CLASSROOMS
IN SAN VICENTE VILLAGE
Students and teachers in San
Vicente Village will benefit
from four new classrooms
while residents in Sunday Wood
Village will be getting a new
rudimentary water system.
These projects will be
constructed at a combined cost
of $829,906.00 and will benefit
some 662 persons.
Social Investment Fund, a
statutory body under the
auspices of the Ministry of
Economic Development is the
implementing agency for both
projects.
In San Vicente Village, four
new classrooms will be
constructed on the ground floor
of the existing school building.
The works will include the
construction of a library, an a
administration office, male and
female bathroom facilities and
an extension of two classrooms
on the existing building.
The proposed extension of
the building will measure 30 12
feet wide by 120 feet long
including a front verandah 5 12
feet wide.
The extension is to be
constructed of reinforced
concrete with masonry block
walls and timber roof with metal
sheeting similar to the existing
structure.
The roof will be designed to
withstand up to category four
hurricane winds.
Rehabilitation works to the
existing roof, above the four
existing classrooms, will be
completed and retrofitted where
necessary to ensure that the
existing room will have similar
wind resistance capabilities.
The refurbished building will
be installed with solid timber
doors and hurricane resistant
aluminum louvered windows.
Provisions for the installation of
electrical, plumbing, water
supply will also be included in
the project.


The village with a population
of 330 residents, was
established in 1986 by farmers
from Jalacte and surrounding
areas.

NEW RUDIMENTARY
WATER SYSTEM IN
SUNDAY WOOD VILLAGE
Villagers in Sunday Wood will
benefit from a new rudimentary
water system providing a steady
supply of quality potable water


Villages
for the villagers.
The project includes the
construction of a 20,000 Ferro-
concrete, earthquake resistable,
elevated water tank, a pump
house and a network of
distribution pipes.
This project is being financed
by the Government of Belize
through a $429,906 loan from
the Caribbean Development
Bank.
Sunday Wood village is
located 30 miles Southwest of
Punta Gorda. The village has a
population of approximately
270 persons and was established
in 1984 by Qe"qchi Mayas who
migrated into the area from the
village of San Lucas located in
the same region.


For further information please
contact Mr Mike Hernandez
Jr. J.P., Director Public
Relations, Social Investment
Fund, Tel: 822-0239/0508 or
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The Worm
A Pastor decided that a visual
demonstration would add
emphasis to his Sunday sermon.
He placed four worms into four
separate jars.
The first worm was put into a
container of alcohol.
The second worm was put
into a container of cigarette
smoke.
The third worm was put
into a container of chocolate
syrup.
The fourth worm was put into
a container of good clean soil.
At the conclusion of the
sermon, the Pastor reported the
following results:
Circl
After pulling a farmer over for
speeding, the policeman started
to lecture him about his speed,
pompously implying that
the farmer didn't know any
better and trying to make
him feel as uncomfortable as
possible.
He finally started writing out
the ticket, but had to keep
swatting at some flies buzzing
around his head.
The farmer said, "Having
some problems with circle flies
there are ya?"
The policeman paused to take
another swat and said, "Well,
yes, ifthat's what they are. I've
never heard of circle flies. "
The farmer was pleased to


1. You keep more food than
beer in the fridge.
2. 6:00 AM is when you get
up, not when you go to bed.
3. You watch the News and the
Weather Channel.
4. The thingsyour parents
once told you as a child are what
you are telling others
5. The car is parked in the
driveway when you should be
out circling the town
6. Saturday night just passed
by and you did not even realize
it.
7. Jeans and a sweater no
longer qualify as "dressed up."
8. You're the one calling the
police because those %&@#
kids next door won't turn down
the music.
9. Sleeping on the couch
makes your back hurt.
10. You no longer take
naps from noon to 6 PM in
preparation for night life.
11. Dinner and a drive is the


Experiment
The first worm in alcohol -
Dead.
The second worm in cigarette
smoke Dead.
Third worm in chocolate
syrup Dead.
Fourth worm in good clean
soil Alive!
So the Pastor asked the
congregation, "What have you
learnt from this demonstra-
tion?"
A little old woman in the back
quickly raised her hand and
said, "As long as you drink
rum, smoke cigarettes and eat
chocolate, you won't have
worms!"
e Flies
enlighten the cop. "Circle flies
are common on farms.
They're called circle flies
because you almost always
find them circling the back
end of a horse."
The trooper continues writing
for a moment, then says, "Hey,
are you trying to call me a
horse's behind?"
"Oh no, officer." The farmer
replies. "I have too much
respect for law enforcement
and police officers for that."
"That's a good thing," the
policeman says rudely, then
goes back to writing the ticket.
After a long pause, the farmer
added, "Hard to fool them
flies, though."


whole date, instead of the
beginning of one.
12. A $4.00 bottle of wine is
no longer "pretty good stuff "
13. 90% of the time you spend
in front of a computer is for real
work.
14. You drink at home to save
money instead of going to a bar.
15. You read this entire list,
looking desperately for one sign
that doesn't apply to you, but,
can't find one to save your


10 Safety ips: Especially

For The Women In Our Lives


1. If a robber asks for your
wallet and/or purse, DO NOT
HAND IT TO HIM. Toss it away
from you. Chances are that he is
more interested in your wallet
and/or purse than you, and he will
go for the wallet/purse. RUN
LIKE MAD IN THE OTHER
DIRECTION!
2. If you are ever thrown into
the trunk of a car, kick out one of
the back tail lights and stick your
arm out the hole and start
waving like crazy. The driver
won't see you, but everybody else
will. This has saved lives.
3. The elbow is the strongest
point on your body. If you are
close enough to use it, do!
4. Women have a tendency to
get into their cars after shopping,
eating, working, etc., and just sit
there, doing whatever, making a
call, sending or reading text
messages, reading a newspaper,
checking a cash register printout,
etc. DON'T DO THIS! A
predator will be watching you,
and this is the perfect opportunity
for him to get in on the passenger
side, put a gun to your head, and
tell you where to go. AS SOON
AS YOU GET INTO YOUR
CAR, LOCK THE DOORS
AND LEAVE. CHANGE
YOUR LOCATION. If
someone is in the car with a gun
to your head DO NOT DRIVE
OFF, I repeat: DO NOT DRIVE
OFF! Instead rev the engine and
speed into anything, wreck the car
and if possible on the person's
side. Your Air Bag will save you.
If the person is in the back seat
they will get the worst of it. As
soon as the car crashes, bail out
and run. It is better than having
them find your body in a remote
location.
5. A few notes about getting
into your car in a parking lot, or
parking garage:
A.) Be aware: Look around
you, look into your car, at the
passenger side floor, and in the
back seat
B.) If you are parked next to a
big van, enter your car from the


passenger door. Most serial
killers attack their victims by
pulling them into their vans while
the women are attempting to get
into their cars.
C.) Look at the car parked on
the driver's side of your vehicle,
and the passenger side. If a male
is sitting alone in the seat nearest
your car, you may want to walk
back into the place you came
from and get someone to walk
you back out. IT IS ALWAYS
BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN
SORRY. (It's better to be para-
noid than to be dead.)
6. ALWAYS take the elevator
instead of the stairs. Stairwells are
horrible places to be alone and the
perfect crime spot, especially at
NIGHT!
7. If the predator has a gun and
you are not under his control,
ALWAYS RUN! The predator
will only hit a running target 4 in
100 times; and even then, it most
likely WILL NOT be a vital
organ. RUN, preferably in a
zig -zag pattern!
8. As women, we are always
trying to be sympathetic: STOP!
It may get you raped, or killed.
Ted Bundy, the serial killer, was
a good-looking, well educated
man, who ALWAYS played on
the sympathies of unsuspecting
women. He walked with a cane,
or a limp, and often asked 'for
help' into his vehicle or with his
vehicle, which is when he
abducted the next victim.
9. STOP being sympathetic
II: Someone just told me that her
friend heard a crying baby on her
porch, and she called the police
because it was late and she
thought it was weird. The police
told her 'Whatever you do, DO
NOT open the door. Do not come
outside.' The lady then said that
it sounded like the baby had
crawled near a window, and she
was worried that it would crawl
to the street and get run over. The
policeman said, 'Whatever you
do, DO NOT open the door. Do
not come outside.' Serial killers
and rapists are known to use a re-
corded baby's cry to lure
victims out of the safety of their
homes.
10. Water scam! If you
wake up in the middle of the
night and you hear what you
think is a burst pipe, DO NOT
GO OUT TO INVESTIGATE!
People with criminal intent are
known to turn on water taps at full
blast or intentionally break water
pipes to get victims out of the
safety of their homes.


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October 21, 2009:
The George Price Center
For Peace in Belmopan was
the venue on Sunday, October
3, for Galen University's Third
Graduation Ceremony.
The graduating class consisted
of thirty seven students, six of
whom graduated with Master
Degrees in Business Adminis-
tration (MBA).


The special invited Guest
Speaker, delivering the
Commencement Address, was
Dr. Carla Barnett who
presented a passionate address
on education in Belize.
Dr. Barnett is the current
President of the Belize Young
Women Christian Association.
She is former Deputy Secretary
General of CARICOM and the
first woman to the appointed to
that high position in the


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Was the decree from
Belmopan
Mexican power costs too
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our own

Where do we get the
wattage?
Our lights are growing
dim
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Fortis said we won't
build them
We'll let the Chinese do
the work
They said that they've
built dams before
Anyone can move some
dirt

The Mollejon was the
first one up
Even though the founda-
tion might be weak
It doesn't really matter
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Caribbean Community. She is
also a former Financial
Secretary in Belize and again
the first woman to hold that
position.
The Commencement address
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The Galen University media
release on the graduation
ceremony informs that "Many
of the students have begun
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Listen to those turbines
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Don't sweat all the small
stuff folks
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over your sink

Why all the evacuation
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streets


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as Marketing Managers,
Field Specialists, Investment
Officers, and Environmental
Coordinators."
We take this opportunity to
congratulate the Faculty and
Staff of the University and we
extend special congratulations
to the graduates while
simultaneously wishing them
every success in their chosen
careers.


Is there a problem with
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Or is it a regulation you
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And those generations
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SMinistry of Health

NOTICE

INVITATION TO TENDER
The Ministry of Health informs the General Public of the Upcoming Tender for Pharmaceuticals and related Medical
Supplies of the Ministry of Health, Government of Belize for the period 2010-11.

This activity is scheduled to take place within the next 2 weeks. All interested persons are advised of the following:

1. A fee of $200.00, made payable to the Government Treasury, is required for the acquisition of the document.
2. Persons participating in the contract for pharmaceuticals must have a registered pharmacist.
3. Participants must have adequate storage condition (subject to inspection by Ministry of Health official).
4. A bank reference should be submitted with the bid document.

The criteria for selection will be:
Quality of the Products
Cost
Delivery time
Supplier performance and reliability



SMinistry of Health
l Memorandum of Understanding signed between
SMinister of Health Belize
& Minister of Health Federative Republic of Brazil
Belmopan, October 19, 2009: Minister of Health of Belize, Hon. Pablo Marin
headed a delegation on a three day working visit to Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia,
Federative Republic of Brasil, to explore areas of technical cooperation between
the Ministry of Health of both countries.
The visit was a familiarization tour of the Brazilian health system in order to
identify areas of cooperation and efforts that could be duplicated in country by
Belizean counterparts.
As a result, a project that will be further explored is the possibility of establishing
a milk bank in Belize given the fact that Brazil is one of the lead entities in this
area. The milk bank works similar to what is traditionally known as a blood bank
with the understanding that a human milk bank is an important strategic element of
public policy in favour of breastfeeding and is used in situations where a newborn
can't receive milk for his/her own mother.
The second area identified for immediate possible cooperation is in further
expanding the National HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis programmes with training
options in clinical management as well as capacity building in monitoring and
evaluation. The possibility of Belize buying medications from Brazil including anti-retrovirals was discussed and is an area that
will be further developed.
A memorandum of understanding between both ministries was signed on Thursday, October 15th in Brasilia; signing on behalf of
the Ministry of Health Belize was Hon. Pablo Marin and on behalf of the Ministry of Health of Federative Republic of Brazil was
i Mr. Jose Gomes Temporao,
Minister of Health. The MOU
i was signed in both English and
: Portuguese and is the first step
in consolidating a full working
relationship between the two
,. -ministries.
Accompanying Minister
Marin were Director of
Maternal and Child Health, Dr.
Natalia Largaespada Beer and
Dr. Marvin Manzanero,
Director of the HIV/AIDS
-. Programme. The three member
delegation returned to Belize on
Sunday, October 18, 2009.










UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
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SECRETARIAT OF THE
UNITED DEMOCRATIC
PARTY, Belize City, Belize,
Wednesday, October 21, 2003:
The Secretariat of the United
Democratic Party is puzzled by
the news that Mayor Zenaida
Moya-Flowers is taking the
Party to court to try and stop the
due process machinery on
which the Party has embarked


Comments on "Mayor Zenaida Moya-Flowers taking
the Party to court to try and stop the due process.........


in order to deal with the
political and administrative
conduct of the Mayor.
Her attempt to prevent the
Party from holding her to
account only heightens the
Party's feeling that she is
consistently engaged in behavior
that violates the Party's
commitment to transparency.


Her court action also comes at
a time when the Party has just
learned that a new Audit query
is accusing her of, among other
things, having illegally paid
herself vacation grants of
$19,000.


In all the circumstances the
United Democratic Party is
determined to proceed with
its quest to ensure the
accountability of any official
that is infringing the principles
of the Party.


The Health Hazards Posed

By Sanitary Landfills


and that settles onto the
surrounding land affecting the
people, livestock, plants and
wildlife exposed to it.
Dioxin is a cancer causing
compound of chemicals created
or released through several
processes including the burning
of garbage.
In addition to cancer, dioxin
exposure is linked to decreased
fertility in women, lowered
sperm count in men, birth
defects, skin disorders, respira-
tory problems, liver damage and
other problems.
Additionally dioxins
bioaccumulate, which means
that they build up in our bodies.
Every day of exposure increases
the dioxin levels in our bodies
and the health risks associated
with them.
We also greatly increase our
exposure by consuming meat
and dairy products containing
dioxin, which has accumulated
in the bodies of animals we eat,
for instance from the cattle that
graze on land surrounding the
Western Sanitary Landfill.
In addition to dioxins, garbage
dumps contain heavy metals
such as lead, arsenic and
mercury, which along with
dioxins can leach into our soils
and water systems from dump
sites which are not properly
sealed.
Our Western sanitary Landfill
is situated on porous limestone
and our Belize City dump is
virtually on the Caribbean Sea.
Studies show that populations
around landfills have a greater
potential to be susceptible to
variety of health problems
including respiratory ailments


many types of cancer and higher
incidences of birth defects.
Everyday I, and many others
that drive between Benque and
San Ignacio, have to drive past
burning waste on our way to
and from work and school
increasing our exposure to
toxins.
Depending on the weather
conditions, the smoke from the
dump can drift from around the
dump all the way into San
Ignacio town.
Our local and national
governments have the
obligation to protect citizens
from the harmful effects of
dioxin exposure and to properly
manage public waste.
Everyday that this situation
continues it increases the risks
to the wellbeing of people and
the environment and, so I
believe that this issue needs to
be addressed immediately.
We need to change the way
the landfills of Belize are
managed by separating garbage,
sealing the area from seepage,
ceasing the burning of
municipal waste and addressing
the situation of the many
unofficial dump sites of Belize.
We also need water and soil
testing to evaluate the levels of
exposure to the surrounding
communities and residents who
are unwittingly exposed to
harmful toxins.
Please, make your opinion on
this matter known to your Area
Representative, your Mayor and
the Departments of Public
Health and the Environment.

Sincerely,
Heather duPlooy
Concerned Citizen


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ARIES: March 22 to April 20
Everything's starting to go your way. You seem to be
making a good impression on your boss or an associate
you respect very highly. A social invitation adds a touch
of glamour to your life. Lucky Numbers: 18, 37, 55.

TAURUS: April 21 to May 21
Any social function that involves colleagues and friends
)will go well. You could get a job offer or opportunity
after being introduced to a friend of a friend. Lucky
Numbers: 28, 39, 50.

GEMINI: May 22 to June 21
Work and travel mix well; the more you're out and about,
the happier you will feel. Partnerships, friendships
and creative activities also go nicely. You're feeling
unaccountably optimistic. Lucky Numbers: 03, 24, 73.


CANCER: June 22 to July 23
A job or social situation is changing. Procedures already
. ,. started cannot be halted. You may feel nervous about this
-.-.. but there's plenty time to get used to the idea before any
real changes begin. Lucky Numbers: 16, 35, 81.


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( temporary delays. Lucky Numbers: 31, 64, 98.

CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20
You have set your sights firmly on the main chance and
come what may, you are determined to reach this goal.
Someone you're hoping to impress will be amazed by
your determination. Lucky Numbers:, 48, 75.

AQUARIUS: January 21 to February 19
Your charismatic personality makes you popular,
especially if you're working. Your boss could come to
you for help with a personal problem. Relationships grow
deeper through higher levels of understanding. Lucky
Numbers: 17, 22, 84.

PISCES: February 20 to March 21
An old flame makes it clear they want to try again but
you aren't as keen. Especially if you're in a new
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You can rely on your clever mind and your instincts to
help you sort out problems that leave other people at a
loss as to what to do. You have a great sense of timing
this week. Lucky Numbers: 20, 43, 67.

VIRGO: August 22 to September 21
Take advantage of the harmonious atmosphere around you
to make plans for the future. No doubt it will take time
for some things to materialise but while you share the
same wavelength as those who matter, make the most of
it. Lucky Numbers: 12, 61, 95.

LIBRA: September 22 to October 23
A senior colleague's words of praise will encourage you
to try a training course or new opportunity that could take
you one more step up the career ladder. Family life will
have some interesting moments. Lucky Numbers: 26,
58, 79.

SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21
Mentally you're feeling enthusiastic but you could tire
quite quickly so take regular breaks. If you have any new
or original ideas for the weekend share them. Friends will
be keen on your suggestions. Lucky Numbers: 14, 51,
87.

SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to December 21


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Rasheed Released Gustavo Not Interested
In Going Further With The Charges
Craggravated assault, wounding
IIYU, v1%,U L, o.I EV and discharging a firearm in
police station where he was public. He remained in police
informed of the complaint custody for four days until the
made against him. He was charges were withdrawn by
detained and later charged for the complainant on Thursday






The Cost Of Crime And Criminal Behavior Has
Remained Constant For The Past HalfA Century

free and all the efforts of the police went to waste. And so after
they have been ordered to move the gravel from point A to
Point B several times, there comes a time when the policeman
adapts the "I will not do it" attitude and so no case file is
prepared and the longer the matter is drawn out the harder it
gets to put a file together.
In criminal matters, where virtual complainants request no
further action, blind are those of us who would want to
believe that, in the majority of these instances, monies don't
change hands, or the promise of compensation is not made.
There is hardly anything that the system can do against a per-
sonal arrangement between an accused and the accuser. How-
ever, there comes a time when the system must set poli-
cies to protect its integrity and the sanity of those who enforce
it.
How can this be achieved one might ask? Over the years,
and with time, like with all things, the system suffers from
wear and tear, it depreciates. Depreciation, is but a natural
phenomenon. Thank God for Christmas we say, because if
that time of the year would not roll around, many would be
our houses and rooms that would go unpainted, curtains and
floor coverings unchanged, sofa sets un-repaired, in general -
deterioration, depreciation from wear and tear.
The system is no different. The time might have come for
the police department to be transformed from a revenue
negative institution to a cost center. As in every thing it takes
money to mobilize law enforcement. It takes time and money
for the police to conduct each and every investigation. And in
those instances where an individual exercises his or her
right to halt any further action, then the system must be
compensated in order for it to remain equipped to move on to
the next round of investigation.
And so the suggestion to address this matter is best played
out in the following narrative:
"Your Honor, my name is John Brown. I am the virtual com-
plainant in the case against the accused, Mr. Tom Green. I
am here this morning to tell the court that I request no fur-
ther action against Mr. Green."
Magistrate: "Mr. Prosecutor, have you certified that this
man is actually Mr. John Brown, the virtual complainant
in this matter."
Prosecutor: "Yes Your Honor. He is indeed Mr. John Brown."
Magistrate: "OK Mr. Green, you heard what Mr. John
Brown said, he does not want to proceed any further with
this matter. You are now free to go. Mr. Brown, you sit
right over there, don't leave the courtroom. We will deal
with your matter shortly. Mr. Prosecutor, send this file back
to the police accountant and have them put a cost to the
investigation and bring it back to me"
The file is returned to the Magistrate who says "Mr. John
Brown take the defendant's stand. It has been officially


morning.
We visited the victim on
Wednesday morning where, in
addition to confirming the
statement he gave to police, he
informed that he has known
Hyde for a while and that in
fact he saw Hyde and another
person inside the nearby
Temptations Bar that Friday
night.
Oliva said that at no time did
he have any verbal exchange
with Hyde during the time they
were drinking inside the bar
neither could he recall having
any previous "old beef" with
Hyde and therefore he was
surprised when he was attacked
by the accused.


He additionally informed that
about two hours prior to our
arrival he was visited by two
close relatives of the accused
who offered him financial
compensation in exchange for
withdrawing the charge against
the accused. At that juncture he
informed that he rejected the
offer.
When we spoke to him
subsequently to withdrawing
the charge, Oliva informed that
he chose not to proceed with the
matter because "I do not want
any problems with anyone, I
don't like those court things
and I don't want to be going to
court back and forth every
time."


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certified that the cost of investigating the matter you
reported is "X" amount of dollars broken down into the
following: Hours of work. Transportation cost incurred
during the investigation. Meals for the detainee,
stationary, etc, etc and $5 as the Cost of Court all for a
total of "X" dollars. You are therefore ordered to pay the
full sum of "X dollars" forthwith in like manner as the
charge against Mr. Green was dismissed forthwith. In
default of paying the cost you will spend one month in jail
for every hundred dollars and every part thereof. You will
remain in jail until the fine is paid in full. Do you
understand the order Mr. Brown?
Furthermore, this five dollars cost of court has got to be the
sickest joke of them all. It cannot even buy a decent plate of
food in these current times
While the price of everything has gone up, this ridiculous $5
cost of court has remained constant for over fifty years. In
half that amount of years, for example, high school fees have
gone up by 1,000 % (from $150 per annum to $1,500).
We are now hearing of planned tuition increases at the
University of Belize. And so while the cost of education and
the cost of living keeps going up, the cost of crime and
criminal behavior has remain constant for the past half a
century.


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Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that DA HUAN
CHEN is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
HIGHWAY SUPERMARKET located
on the Western Highway, Santa Elena
Town in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that BAO LIN
TANG is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
THREE FLAGS #1 located on the
Western Highway, Santa Elena Town in
the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that BAO LIN
TANG is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
THREE FLAGS #2 located on the
Western Highway, Santa Elena Town in
the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that BAO LIN
TANG is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
THREE FLAGS #3 located in
Unitedville Village in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that HUANG
HUANG WEI QIANG & HUANG
CHUN HUE are applying for the renewal
of their CONVENIENCE STORE
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate ALWIN'S SUPERMARKET
located at #119 Western Highway, Santa
Elena Town in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that XING JUAN
ZHU is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
ANNA'S SUPERMARKET locatedon
the Western Highway, Santa Elena Town
in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that HE YUE
DONG is applying for the renewal
of his CONVENIENCE STORE
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate ANTHONY'S SUPERMAR-
KET located on the Western Highway,
Santa Elena Town in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that XUE XI ZHU
is applying for the renewal of his
RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE
for the year 2010 to operate FIRST STOP
RESTAURANT located on the
Western Highway, Santa Elena Town in
the Cayo District.


Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that JIE XIONG
LIN is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
LIN'S SUPERMARKET located at
#164 Western Highway, Santa Elena
Town in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that ZHU BING
CHI is applying for the renewal of
his BEER LIQUOR LICENSE for
the year 2010 to operate BING
SUPERMARKET located on Bishop
Martin Street, Santa Elena Town in the
Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that XUSHANG
LIANG is applying for the renewal of his
MALT & CIDER LIQUOR LICENSE
for the year 2010 to operate HUADA
BEER PARLOUR located on the
Western Highway, Santa Elena Town in
the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that XUSHANG
LIANG is applying for the renewal
of his RESTAURANT LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
HUADARESTAURANT locatedonthe
Western Highway, Santa Elena Town in
the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that CAN LIN SU
is applying for the renewal of his
RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE
for the year 2010 to operate ALWIN'S
RESTAURANT located on Western
Highway, Santa Elena Town in the Cayo
District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that LIN JIN GYI
is applying for the renewal of his
NIGHTCLUB LIQUOR LICENSE for
the year 2010 to operate WAL YI
RESTAURANT located onWestern
Highway, Santa Elena Town in the Cayo
District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that HUI FANG
LUO is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
DIAN WANG FANG STORE located
on Goerge Price Avenue, Santa Elena
Town in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that HUI YUN
TAN is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
MAXIM'S STORE located on Waight
Street, San Ignacio Town in the Cayo
District.


Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that BING HAO
LIU is applying for the renewal of his
RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE
for the year 2010 to operate MAXIM'S
RESTAURANT located at #23 Far West
Street, San Ignacio Town in the Cayo
District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that WEN QUAN
ZHEN is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
LILY'S SUPERSTORE located on
Thornley Street, San Ignacio Town in the
Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that QING JIE
FHU is applying for the renewal of his
BEER LIQUOR LICENSE for
the year 2010 to operate CHICHARON
STORE located on Flamboyant
Street, San Ignacio Town in the Cayo
District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that CHEN JIN
CHENG is applying for the renewal
of his CONVENIENCE STORE
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate CHEN'S SUPERMARKET
located on Western Highway, Santa Elena
Town in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that HE YUE LI
is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
HUDSON SUPERMARKET located on
Hudson Street, Santa Elena Town in the
Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that SHU QING
HUANG is applying for the renewal
of his CONVENIENCE STORE
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate HUA YONG SUPERMAR-
KET located San Jose Succotz in the
Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that BENIGNO
CHAN is applying for the renewal
of his RESTAURANT LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to
operate BENNY'S KITCHEN located
in San Jose Succotz in the Cayo
District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that XUE JUN
CEN is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
RUAN'S STORE located on George
Price Avenue in Benque Viejo Town in
the Cayo District.


Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, thatWEN
ZHENG XI is applying for the renewal
of his RESTAURANT LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
XU GUANG QI RESTAURANT
located on George Price Avenue, Benque
Viejo Town in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that SHAO
BIAOLI is applying for the renewal of
his PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
ALLAN'S RESTAURANT located on
George Price Avenue, Benque Viejo Town
in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that DA TAO
ZHEN is applying for the renewal of his
SHOP LIQUOR LICENSE for the year
2010 to operate SIMON SUPERS
TORE located on Ediver de la O Street,
Benque Viejo Town in the Cayo District.


Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that XUE WEN
CEN is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
DEXIN'S STORE located on George
Price Avenue, Benque Viejo Town in the
Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that JIAN WEI
ZHEN is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENT STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
ZHEN'S SUPERMARKET located on
George Price Avenue, Benque Viejo
Town, in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that DA QUAN
ZHEN is applying for the renewal of his
PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
JIAWONG RESTAURANT located on
George Price Avenue, Benque Viejo Town
in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that LI CAN
RONG is applying for the renewal of his
CONVENIENCE STORE LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
LONG LUCKY SUPER STORE
located on George Price Avenue, Beque
Viejo Town in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that GENG XIN
IINA is applying for the renewal of her
PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
LONG LUCKY RESTAURANT
located on George Price Avenue, Beque
Viejo Town in the Cayo District.




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