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Title: STAR Newspaper
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Language: English
Publisher: Alberto Orlando August
Place of Publication: Santa Elena, Cayo, Belize
Publication Date: November 29, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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police are this Saturday, November 7, 2009
vo burglaries between the hours of 1:30 and
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TWO GUNS STOLEN


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Other reported stolen property
includes 1 Dell laptop, 1 DVD
player, 1 stereo speaker, 2
Cellular telephones and 3 Gold
chains all for a total valued of
$7, 970.
Investigations revealed that
entry was gained by the removal
of three wooden louvers from a


Making A Positive Difference In The Community


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Wednesday, Novem-
ber 25, 2009:
While undesirable occurrences
often dominate the media
spotlight, all is not lost as there
are others who, without much
fanfare, are expending their
energies in making a positive
difference within the commu-
nity. This weekend we came
upon two such groups.
At the Santa Rita Cemetery in
San Ignacio Town we met a
group of students from Sacred
Heart College painting the pe-
rimeter fence.
The group of 37 students from
2F along with their homeroom
teachers, Mr. Alvin Medina and
Ms. Catherine Wade took on
the task as a community service
project. They were having
fun while making a positive
contribution to the community.

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Sacred Heart College students at work


Teacher Alvin Medina
informed that as part of the
school's program, each class is
required to undertake a commu-
nity project and his class chose
to give the cemetery fence a


much needed facelift.
Mr. Medina additionally
informed that 10 gallons of paint
were donated by Mayor John
August and the Town Council


side window.
No arrest has been made as
investigation continues.
In the second incident, Mark
Alvarez, 46, Belizean, Driver,
Immigration Department, West-
ern Boarder Station, reported
that sometime between 7:30 a.m.
on Monday, November 23
and 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday,
November 24, his house, located
in the Trapiche Area of Santa
Elena Town, was burglarized.
Reported stolen was his licensed
black, 9mm, CZ brand pistol
bearing serial number A025765
valued at $3,000 along with an
empty magazine.
Alvarez reported that upon
arriving home on Tuesday he
observed cement fragments from
the front wall of his house. He
noted that entry was gained by
means of prying the front door.
The only reported item stolen
was the gun from inside the
bedroom.
Again no arrest has been made
as the investigation continues.
Police are asking anyone with
information which could lead to
the recovery of these firearms,
and the arrest of the those
responsible for these burglaries
to call the nearest police station
or Crime Stoppers at 0-800-922-
8477.


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Perseverance on the part of Crime Stoppers
is eventually paying off
In and of itself, a loaded gun is a dangerous instrument. In the
wrong hands that gun becomes doubly dangerous, often times
even deadly.
The value of success, through perseverance, was instilled in
many of us from a very early age. Many of us might still recall
the verse from the perseverance poem which encouraged us to
"Try and try again, you will succeed at last".
Crime Stoppers has been trying and trying for many years and
by all indications it looks like they are succeeding at last.
One area of this success is obviously the removal of illegal
guns off the streets and out of the hands of persons with
criminal intent.
There are increasing instances when we hear on the news
that: Acting upon information received police visited such
and such location (usually an open vacant lot) where they
found a loaded gun. No arrest was made as there was no one
in the area.
We said it, not in so many words, a few weeks ago but for
some reason we are getting the feeling that the time has come
for us to say it in as many words as is needed to get the message
across.
Given Crime Stoppers' current rate of success in getting
illegal guns off the streets, the long arm of the law WILL
eventually grab those persons who insist on keeping illegal
firearms.
There are those wise persons who, in the current absence of a
cash-for-guns program, are increasingly ridding themselves of
sure jail sentences by calling into Crime Stoppers the location
of the illegal gun they once held and in the process they
collect a reward.
Then there are those who are looking for illegal guns so that
they can call in to Crime Stoppers to collect the reward.
There is the recent case where an illegal gun was sold. The
buyer stashed the gun in his car for the return trip. The seller
called in the report to Crime Stoppers and before the buyer
could return home with the gun, the police met him on the way
with the gun. The seller received payment for the gun and an
additional bonus from Crime Stoppers and the buyer is in jail.
Then there is the other case where the illegal gun holder told
one too many acquaintances about his illegal "treasure and
within a few hours the police were knocking at his door and
without much difficulty went directly to the spot, in the house,
where the gun was stashed. The acquaintance received the
reward and the gunman is in jail.
To illegal gun holders we say, the choice is entirely yours:
You can hold on to the gun until such time that the long arm of
the law grabs you and you go to jail or you can direct Crime
Stoppers to the location of the gun and collect the reward.
Beyond any shadow of a doubt, it is neither safe to buy nor to
keep an illegal gun.
Perseverance on the part of Crime Stoppers is eventually
paying off and the sure product is the saving of lives as the
effort continues to make Belize a safer place for all of us.

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Since June 2009, there has been place with a communication system
even greater concerns about the to notify people of a dam break and
quality of the Macal River waters it will be operating very soon. This
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Dear Editor,
It sometime seems like cops in
the Belize Police Department are
deem to destruction as each day
they are ridiculed instead of
being praised and honored for
their bravery and heroism.
Perhaps this has come about
from a curse, or could it be
simply because of the lack of
professional training at the
inception and throughout the
policing career.
This curse has too long
plagued the chosen men and
women of the department. Could
this be the reason why some
Police personnel have given in
to corruption and brutalizing
the people they should be


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protecting?
There are also those who have
even gone to the extent of
suffering amnesia during court
trials.
Remember however that we
are just men and women from
different walks of life with
similar temptations just like
anyone else.
Each day officers leave their
homes with the hope for a safe
return but sometimes this is not
the case as many are faced with
deadly encounters, humiliation
and degrading experiences.
Police officers play many
roles. They are sometimes
expected to be psychiatrists,
psychologists and even Social


A health educational session
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the 4th December at 9 a.m.
All diabetics and supporters
are asked to take advantage of
this service being offered.
Newly diagnosed diabetics
and hypertensive along with all


A Policeman's View


interested persons are also
welcome.
For more information please
contact us at the San Ignacio
Poly Clinic on the Bullet Tree
Road where we will be happy to
answer your questions.
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Workers among many others.
On a daily basis police officers
listen and records all the tragic
incidents within the community.
As they absorbed these traumatic
tales, they long for a release
which today we see in the form
of the ideology of the CURSE.
May I suggest that education
is the magic spell to end this
curse.
All officers should be
equipped at the very beginning
to meet the challenges and the
many obstacle they are bound to
face.
In the line of training, I think
that interpersonal skills is a must,
followed by psychology and
ethical behavior that defines a
career that must be praised and
honored for the well being of our
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must be mindful of the great
work police officers do. They
often put their lives in danger in
the line of fire and despair. Even
though there are a few who
are indeed untrue.
I hope that people at the very
top can see the need for
professional training, welfare
and a little love and respect for
the heroes that police offers
truly are.
Sincerely Yours,
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(Police Advocate)


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Honduras to vote for new president


Thursday, November 26, 2009:
By Mica Rosenberg
TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) -
Honduras chooses a new
president on Sunday in an
election that may defuse a cri-
sis caused by a coup against
President Manuel Zelaya, but
the vote is splitting Washington
and Latin America.
Neither Zelaya nor arch-rival
Roberto Micheletti, the coun-
try's de facto leader, are running
in the election, which could give
a new president the chance to
take Honduras beyond the
political gridlock that has
divided the Central American
nation and cut off international
aid.
"We see the running of these
elections assuming that
they're run in a fair and
transparent way we see them
as an essential part of the
solution of this crisis," U.S.
State Department spokesman
Ian Kelly said this week.
Leftist Zelaya was ousted by
the army in June and replaced
by Micheletti who has blocked
attempts backed by the United
States, Latin America and
Europe to have the president re-
instated.
Zelaya now holed up in the
Brazilian embassy in
Tegucigalpa and his support-
ers argue that recognizing the
elections would essentially give
the coup leaders victory.
Zelaya is urging the vote be
rescheduled.
Latin American powers like
Argentina and Brazil also say an


election organized by
Micheletti's de facto government
is not valid, possibly putting
them at odds with Washington
which looks likely to recognize
the vote.
The Organization of Ameri-
can States and the independent
Carter Center are not sending
observer missions. Human rights
groups fear there could be
violence.
The two leading candidates,
from Honduras' traditional
ruling elite, have skillfully
avoided much talk of the crisis
in their election campaigns and
hope Honduras will be
welcomed back into the
international fold after the vote.
Some analysts say under this
scenario Zelaya would fade from
the headlines.
Porfirio "Pepe" Lobo of the
conservative opposition
National Party, has emerged as
the frontrunner in the election,
scheduled before the June 28
coup.
In an October poll by
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investment-friendly policies if
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history. We should leave behind
differences and unite together
to look forward, "Lobo said at a
closing rally in the capital this
week jazzed up by thumping
music and dancing girls.
Many Hondurans are tired of
the crisis and want to move on.
"(Micheletti and Zelaya)
caused this problem and the
people are the ones suffering...
The vote is our only way out of
this," said engineer Hector
Guzman, 48, at the Lobo rally.
International lenders slashed
aid to the poor coffee and
textile-exporting country and the
Organization of American States
suspended Honduras to punish
the coup leaders.
VOTE WORRIES
Honduras' Supreme Court said
on Wednesday in a non-binding
opinion that Zelaya cannot
legally return to office, dimming
the possibility of his
reinstatement, court sources
said.
When in power, Zelaya
crossed Congress, the Supreme
Court and the military with a bid
to change the constitution.
Critics say he wanted new
rules to stay in power, but he
denies this.
Security forces have
repeatedly cracked down on
anti-coup protests, causing
several deaths, and some
observers say a fair vote is


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San Ignacio Humane Society's Successful Event
BY: Cynthia Reece,..
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
November 27, 2009:
The San Ignacio Humane
Society sponsored a successful
fundraising event at Mahogany
Hall Boutique Resort in Bullet
Tree Falls on Saturday evening,
November 21.
Members of the Society and
the public were invited to a
pre-Thanksgiving dinner on the
banks of the Mopan River at
Paslow Falls for a donation of
$50 a plate.
The event was to raise funds
to support spay and neuter
clinics for dogs and cats and to
sustain the recently established
Donna Hill Animal Adoption the
Center. (L-R) Guests of Honor Dr. Edwardo Tesecum and
Veterinary Drs. Isabelle Dr. Isabelle Paquet-Durand
Paquet-Durand and Edwardo opened, high end resort on the Paslow Falls Road in Bullet
Tesecum were honored guests
for the event as the Soiety
showed its appreciation for all
the work they do to support the
efforts to reduce unwanted and
mistreated animals in the Twin
Town area and surrounding
villages.
Dr. Tesecum has started a
clinic for spay and neutering,
every third Saturday of the
month, with discounts on the
fees, at his office on Joseph
Andrews Drive in San Ignacio,
next to Sacred Heart College.
Dr. Isabelle is a well known
wildlife vet, who has recently
initiated the Wildlife Conserva-


tion Network in Belize.
Both Dr Tesecum and Dr
Isabelle teach through Galen
University's Summer Intensive
Field Courses, which do free vet
clinics during the summer
months, supporting the Society's
efforts to reach out to the
community.
The wonderful Thanksgiving
fair was prepared by the Humane
Society Board members and
their families.
Turkey, ham, dressing, all the
'fixings" and pies were served
to the guests by the Junior
mdmbers of the Humane Soci-
ety volunteers.
Funds were also raised through
donations and a cash bar at the
beautifully decorated resort.
People attended the fundraiser to
show their support for the
efforts that the Humane Society
is making in the community;
some came for the food and
many attended to get firsthand
apperciation of the newly


Tree.
Guided tours of the resort were provided
by the staff. Music was provided by the
Society volunteers.
Dining tables were scattered across
the large deck with the lovely flowing
fountain and pool, huge entrance hall and
lounge with a fireplace. The variety of
guests and conversation was a delight
throughout the evening extra servings were
packaged for guests to take home.
The next Humane Society event will be
held Saturday, December 5, at Erva's
Restaurant on West Street, San Ignacio, at
1 pm. This will be a General Meeting for
all members and elections will be held for
a new slate of officers to manage the
affairs of the Society for the coming year.
The public is invited to attend and join.
Membership is only $20 per person.
The San Ignacio Humane Society extends
a heartfelt Thank You to all those persons
who attended last Saturday's event and
assisted in making it the success it was.
Thank you so very much.


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ARIES: March 22 to April 20
The week continues on a good note and you are likely to
carry out your assigned tasks with a certain calmness. Long
distance travel could be on cards. You can bank on trusted
friends for support. Use tact to wrangle out of volatile
situations. Lucky Numbers:02, 38, 71.

TAURUS: April 21 to May 21
The focus is on improving your public image how
people view you in your capacities and along with that
your role as a family person. The efforts that you put in
are genuine. Be realistic about finances. Do not let
unnecessary optimism cloud your judgment. Lucky
Numbers:07, 12, 89.

GEMINI: May 22 to June 21
You may now have the sudden desire to put everything
in order, as far as work and family life are concerned. You
may also accept your weaknesses and realise how they
have damaged your own interests. Remember that it
cannot be all reversed in a day and over-expectations
from oneself lead to disillusionment. Lucky Numbers:
09, 22, 60.

CANCER: June 22 to July 23
It's a busy time for you and you could well be playing the
role of an organiser on most fronts. While at work, it could
be working out terms for a contract or working out a
settlement. In your personal capacity, you may have to
step in as a helping hand for a family event. Conserve
your energy. Lucky Numbers: 06, 45, 96.

LEO: July 24 to August 21
You continue to make significant gains professionally.
There is also the good fortune that continues in terms of
the helpful people around you. Deals will come through
smoothly, but you will need to work on your relationships.
In case you remain much too self-absorped, it could spell
a reversal in fortunes. Lucky Numbers:04, 57, 82.

VIRGO: August 22 to September 21
This week spells a time of inspiration when you will be
very charged. You will be driven by long term gains and
these may not be entirely materialistic in nature. Make
the best use of this time as the efforts you put in will
impact your future. There will be personal challenges that
you set for yourself. Lucky Numbers:18, 27, 90.


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going for you. However, within you, there is a
restlessness that plagues you even as you go about your
everyday affairs. Love and support from people around
you will bring comfort. Take one day at a time. Lucky
Numbers:25, 33, 74.

SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21
There may be a lot saddled on your shoulders but you
are likely to enjoy it. There will be a boost in your level
of self-confidence as many people seek advice on how
to deal with the issues they confront. It helps you look
at your own difficulties in a better manner. Lucky
Numbers:08, 65, 88.

SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to December 21
There will be a lot of teamwork and community activity.
If there have been differences with associates, keeping
communication channels open will lead to a healthy
resolution of problems. Take care of your health. Travel
to places nearby is foreseen. Lucky Numbers:05, 30, 98.

CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20
It could be a difficult week to deal with. You may be
affected by a sudden bout of ill-health and as a
consequence, you may falter on a professional
commitment. You should also brace up against soaring
expenses. Talks of matrimony/ partnership are likely to
be fruitful. Lucky Numbers:14, 24, 93.

AQUARIUS: January 21 to February 19
There will be quite a bit of pressure at work. Increased
expenses and future commitments bother you. Most
efforts will be directed towards generating more
disposable income. You should be careful about where
you invest. There is a likelihood of change of profession
or relocation because of job change. Lucky Numbers:20,
37, 78.

PISCES: February 20 to March 21




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MINISTRY OF WORKS
4,4 PUBLIC NOTICE
I 4Minister of Work
Hon. Anthony Martinez
along with
SChief Executive Officer,
Cadet Henderson
and Engineers from the
Ministry of Works
Hereby informs the general public
that, in an effort to increase public
safety on the highways, the Ministry
will soon embark on a nationwide
Highway Marking Project.








The Ministry apologizes for any
inconvenience caused during the
project execution stage of this
vital road safety project.








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Mind Over Matta


A Natural Occurrence


A 55-year-old man who was born
on the 5th day of the 5th month.
He has been married for 5 years.
He 5 children and live at #5-5th
street.
One day his friend calls to tell
him that a horse named Lucky 5 will


be running in the fifth race at the
local track that evening.
Excitedly, the man pulls out
$5,000 from his savings and goes
to the race track. He bets the whole
5 G's on Lucky 5 to win. Sure
enough, Lucky 5 comes in fifth.


Faith Works Wonders


Granny Gloria is well known for
her unshakable faith in the Almighty
and for her vocal proclamation of
her faith.
She would routinely go out on
the front porch of her house in Santa
Familia Village and proudly shout,
"Praise the Lord!"
Mr. Dennis, the next door
neighbor would shout back, "There
ain 't no Lord!"
Realizing that Granny Gloria was
poor and in need, Mr. Dennis
decided to prove his point by
buying a large bag of groceries and


placing it at her door.
Early the next morning, Granny
Gloria opened the door, stepped
on the porch, and on seeing the
large bag of groceries at her feet,
she raised her hands to the sky and
shouted, "Praise the Lord!"
Mr. Dennis stepped out from
behind a tree and said, "I am the
one who brought those groceries,
there ain't no Lord."
Granny Gloria raised her eyes to
the heavens and replied, "Lord,
you not only sent me food but
you made the devil pay for it."


A retired businessman was on a
photo safari in the Cockscomb
Jaguar Preserve along with his
aged potlicker dog.
The dog started chasing butter-
flies and before long it strayed from
its owner. Wondering about in the
jungle, the dog notices a jaguar
heading rapidly in his direction
with the intention of having him
for lunch.
The old potlicker says, "Oh, oh!
I'm in trouble now!" Noticing
some bones on the ground close by,
he immediately settles down to
chew on the bones with his back to
the approaching jaguar. Just as the
jaguar was about to leap, the old
dog exclaims loudly, "Boy, that
was one delicious jaguar! I
wonder if there are any more of
them around here"
Hearing this, the young jaguar
halts his attack in mid-strike, a look
of terror comes over him and he
slinks away into the trees.
"Whew!" says the jaguar, "That
was close! That old dog nearly had


m [L1Q1O]iiCrENSENiOTriCES


Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that HAO LIAN
CAI is applying for the renewal of his
RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE
for the year 2010 to operate HOT
SUMMER BAR located at #13 Burns
Avenue, 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 HANTLEY
PIERIS is applying for the renewal of his
RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE
for the year 2010 to operate SERENDIB
RESTAURANT located at #27 Burns
Avenue, 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 EUGENE
BURNS is applying for the renewal of
his NIGHTCLUB LIQUOR LICENSE
for the year 2010 to operate HODE'S
PLACE located in the Savannah Area,
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
BERNADETTE REYES is applying for
the renewal of her MALT & CIDER
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate REYES GROCERY located
in Blackman Eddy 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 ANNA
WILLIAMS is applying for the renewal
of her MALT & CIDER LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
A&M BAR located in Georgeville Vil-
lage 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 AL WESTBY
is applying for the renewal of his
PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
TEMPTATION BAR located in the
Santa Cruz Area, 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 ALHENRY
WESTBY is applying for the renewal of
his PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
CHAMPION BAR located in the
Savannah Area, 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 CELINA
GUERRA is applying for the renewal of
her SHOP LIQUOR LICENSE for the
year 2010 to operate CELINA'S SUPER
STORE located on Burns Avenue, 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 INGRIS
JACKO is applying for the renewal of
her PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
LOW LYING BAR located on George
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 CARLOS
TZIB is applying for the renewal of his
PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
AMIGOS BAR located in San Antonio
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 ODOVANO
OBANDO is applying for the renewal of
his PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
OB ENTERTAINMENT located in
Santa Familia 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 SANDRO
VALLECILLO is applying for the re-
newal of his PUBLICAN SPECIAL
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate BLANCANEAUX LODGE
located in the Mountain Pine Ridge Area
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 MICHAEL
CANTO is applying for the renewal of
his PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
KINICH AHUA MAYA BAR located in
San Antonio 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 RUTH
GONZALEZ is applying for the renewal
of her PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
PITPAN TAVERN located at #21 Burns
Avenue, 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 MARIEN DE
LA ROSA is applying for the renewal of
her PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
SUNIVILLE located in Georgeville
Village, in the Cayo District.


me!"
Meanwhile, a spider monkey who
had been watching the whole scene
from a nearby tree figures he can
put this knowledge to good use and
trade it for protection from the
jaguar. So offthe monkey goes, but
the old dog sees him heading after
the jaguar with great speed. The
dog figures that something must be
up and so he follows from a safe
distance. The monkey soon catches
up with the jaguar, spills the beans
and strikes a deal for himself with
the jaguar.
The young jaguar is furious at
being made a fool of and says,
"Here, monkey, hop on my back.
I want you to see what's going to
happen to that conniving old
dog!"
The dog was rushing back in
search of a safe haven when he sees
the jaguar coming with the monkey
on his back and he says to himself,
"What am I going to do now?"
He halts and decides to take this one
like a man. He sits down with his
back to the approaching attackers,
pretending he hasn't seen them yet,
and just when they got close enough
to hear, the old dog says.
"Where's that darn monkey? I
sent him off an hour ago to bring
me another Jaguar!"
Moral of the story:
Wisdom comes with age.





Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that AZUCENA
GALVEZ is applying for the renewal of
her PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
CLARISSA FALSS RESORT located
on the Calla Creek, 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 BETTY
TORRES REQUENA is applying for the
renewal of her MALT & CIDER
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate HILL TOP BAR 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 GARATH
GENTLE is applying for the renewal
of his NIGHT CLUB LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
50/50 NIGHT CLUB located in the
Manzanero Complex, 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 JOSE
ANIVAL MOLINA is applying for the
renewal of his SHOP LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
SUPER TIENDA MOLINA located in
Duck Run III, in the Cayo District.







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Public Notice


PUBLIC UTILITIES
COniiFsrOM


Public Utilities Commission (PUC)


PUBLIC UTILITIES


The Public Utiliries Commission (PUC) hereby serves notice that in iceordlance with the Water and Seweragc (Tariffs) Byclaws
(Statutory Instrument 67 of 2002) as aimendedl by Statutory Insrrnmeui 102 of 2004 and Si.irilory Instrument 89 of 2008. it has
issued its Initial Deci.ion in the Full Tariff Review Proceeding (FTRP) for Belize Water Services; Limited (BWSL). The Initial
Decision approves Rates and Tariffs and a Business Plan for BWSI, for the Full Tariff Period (FTP), which runs from April 1,
2010 through March 31 2015.

General Effects of the Initial Decision:
The Initial Decision appltwes a rate incieae of 10.6 % with no changes to any of the current Fees and Chaiges, and a re\ i'ed
Business Plan as summarized below
1. The Commission approved $47,021,333 in investments to be applied over the Full Tariff Period (FTP).
2. The Commihiion removed from consideration for the Jetennination of the Tariff Basket Revenue (TBR) and rates, proposed
investments in the Coiozal Free Zone and Ailbtei-gns Caye that totaled some $57,0(X),0O0), these will be fultelie evaluated.
and if feasible, will he included in any future revisions to the approved BRusine.s Plan during a subsequent Annual Review
Proceeding (ARP).
3. The Commission set a target of an overall 25% increa-,e for Operational Expenditures (OPEX) over the FTP.

BWSL has been provided with further details of the investments and expenditures approved by the Comnmiu.sion. At each
subsequent Annual Review Proceeding (ARP) throughout the FTP, the Commission will review BWSL's performance against the
approved parameters and make any necessary aidjustmenls to the approved Business Plan and approved Tariffs, Fees and Charges.


Approved Rates and Tariffs:

Belize Water Services Limited (BWS)
Approved Water and Sewer Tariffs, Fees and Charges for Full Tariff Period (FTP) April 1, 2010, to March 31, 2015

Approved Tariffs for each ATP of FTP $/1000 US Gallons:

Service Classification: Water Only Water and Sewer Water and Sewer
Branches: Mainland Belize, Belmopan San Pedro

Consumption Blocks:
0-1,000 8.50 1021 24.94
1,001- 2,000 13.60 17.57 29.47
2,001- 3,000 14.74 19.27 31,74
3,001- 4,000 15.30 20.40 34,00
4,001- 5,000 15 87 21.54 36.27
5,001 6,000 17.01 22.67 43,07
6,001- 7,000 18.14 23.23 51,01
7,001 8,000 18.70 23.81 55,67
>8,000 19.27 24.37 52,35


Minimum Bill for
Consumption less than 8.50 10.21 24.94
1,000 US Gallons



Comments on PUC's Initial Decision:
The Licensee and any interested party representing users of at least 10-ro, of the annual quantity of water supplied by the licensee in
the preceding year, may submit written comments on the decision to the PUC by Wednesday, December 2, 2.09 to Public Utilities
Commin.siin. 41 Gabourel Lime. P.O. Box 300, Belize City, or by email to inflbip)ue.bz.

Final Decision:
Where there is no objection to the PUC's Initial Decision by the licensee or an interested party representing users of at least 10%
of the annual amount of water supplied by the licensee in the preceding year, the PUC shall deliver a Final Decision adopting its
Initial Decision

Access to Information:
The full text of the Initial Decision and other idetiled information pertaining to the Decision are available to the public at the
office of the PUC, 41 Gabourel Lane, Belize City, and on the PUC website, v'ww.puc bz.








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Economic Crisis Explodes Into Unrest In Puerto Rico


BY: Juan A. Ocasio Rivera
SAN JOSE, Puerto Rico, Novem-
ber 18, 2009:
The unsuspecting governor,
smack in the middle of an
important press conference, missed
being hit by a projectile by mere
inches.
The projectile? Not a bullet, but
an egg. An outraged citizen calling
himself "the Common Guy" (el
tipo comun) interrupted the press
conference by screaming in outrage
at Puerto Rico's governor, Luis
Fortufio, and throwing a slider that
landed on a sign highlighting a new
development project the governor
was announcing. As officers locked
the man in a bear hug and carted
him off, and as the press swarmed
this Common Guy, it became clear
that his public display of resistance
was not only transcendental for its
raw expression of pain and anger,


Governor Luis Fortufio (R)
but was also symbolic and repre-
sentative of everyone's frustration
and open outrage at the turn of
events on the island.
Puerto Rico is witnessing the kind
of social, economic, and political


upheaval not seen in decades.
Declaring a fiscal emergency, the
pro-statehood Fortufio administra-
tion recently passed a Fiscal
Emergency Law, which, among
other measures, implemented the
layoff of over 20,000 government
workers-nearly 10% of the total.
In addition to huge cuts in budgets
and services, the layoffs caused
immediate shock and outrage
due to its massive breadth and
potential effects. Government
officials contend that they inherited
a bankrupt government from
previous administrations along with
a huge debt load. They are
scrambling to prevent their credit
ratings to be classified in the low-
est of categories-the junk rating-
and contend that the measures were
necessary.
With an unemployment rate of
around 16%, it is obvious that


LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES
Pursuant to Section '(1 ofh11e Registered Land Act, Chapier 14, Laws ot Reli.e, Revised Edition 2000, notice is
hereby given of the loss of the follow ing Land and Lease Certificates:-

NAME REGISTRATION SECTION CERTIFICATE LRS NOS.
BI.OCK& PARCEL NOS. NOS.

MamZ Straker Lake IndcpendcncK- 45 561 3111995 dtd. 23-1 95 2J090'802

Lmhinugh Gndiain St MaNln De Porre 4.V?74 I 380 140 ditJ 2 1990 20(iL02J431

F-orcnc Icemta Sankey St. Martin Porres 45 s541 4 -775 02 dtd' 17- )? 20'U r)':72

Nazira hpai Uc (anhlbean Showres HWe Ib 552 1590X I
Nonm Reneau Queen Squae 4i 75 311'. 1986 drd 19) 5.30 2(II3(Wr9 8

It is proposed to cancel the above Land/Lease Certificates after the expiration of twenty-one (21) da s from the
appearance of this notice. Any person in possession of the above-mentioned certificates is required to return it to the
Belize Land Regi-try, Ministry of Natural Resources & the Enviroriment. Belmopan.



(VArRI 'RE.OBATEAU Z) (MRS.1
for AG. DEPUTY REGISTRAR OF LANDS


LRS-200906447


Registered Land Act
Chapter 194 Revised Edition 2000
Section 140(1)

OWNERSHIP BY PRESCRIPTION


Name of rAnlicant

Hubert Ramclam


Registration Section

Punia Gorda


Block No.

42


Parcel No.

95


Application for owneTship by prescription for the above mentioned parcel situate in Punta Gorda Regitraiion Section
have been received from Hubert Rameclam, being Parcel No. 95 containing 261.4 square yards.

The attention of the ueieril public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person whose rights and interest may be affected
by the registration of Hubert Ramelamn as proprietor with absolute title for Paimel No. 95 Punta Gorda Registration
Section containing 261 A square yards is hereby requested to show cause on or within one month from the date thereof,
wh> ownership should not be granted to Hubert Ramclam.



(PATRICI .ROBATEAI R Z) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF I.ANDS


Puerto Rico confronts a serious
economic crisis.
Coupled with a soaring crime
rate-more than 750 murders this
year alone-alarming suicide rates,
increasing acts of domestic
violence, and worrisome mental
health needs on the island, emotions
have reached a boiling point.
Ordinary citizens have begun to
express the belief that their
government cannot control the
social crisis.
Incidents of police abuse,
including a recent incident in
which university students were
indiscriminately attacked with
batons and tear gas, are being
denounced at an increasing rate
across the island. Squatter commu-
nities (also known as developers of
rescued lands) have recently been
targeted as lawbreakers by the
conservative administration, and
families without clear title to their
properties are being forcibly evicted
from their homes.
Part of the government's fiscal
emergency response has been an
attempt to reverse the gains
previously won by collective
bargaining agreements, drawing a
sharp outcry from the union sector.
Opposition political parties have
called for a larger burden to be
borne by the rich and by large
corporations, only to be rebuked by
the administration, which has gone
ahead with significant increases in
basic services. The administration,
whose governor identifies himself
as a U. S. Republican, also censured
several books by renowned authors
for use in the island's schools-
including Antologia personal by
Jos6 Luis GonzAlez, El entierro de
Cortijo by Edgardo Rodriguez
JuliA, and Aura by Carlos Fuentes
- a deed met with fierce opposition.
A further alarming development
was the governor's signing of an
executive order authorizing the
police superintendent to activate the
National Guard to quell public
disturbances and civil unrest-an
act undertaken immediately before
the announcement of the layoffs.
Activists from across the
political spectrum joined forces to
confront the fiscal emergency law
and called for a national strike that
was held this past October 15. The
coalition, known as All Puerto Rico
For Puerto Rico (TPRPR), is made
up of political organizations,
student groups, and civic and
religious organizations, including
churches. Among its more publicly
recognizable activists are priests
and labor leaders.
Reverend Juan Vera, of the
TPRPR Coalition, is seen by most
as one of the main organizers of the
coalition. He declared, during one
of the massive demonstrations
linked to the national strike, that


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Economic Crisis Explodes Into Unrest In Puerto Rico


"the streets will be our
battleground. We declare that
there will only be tranquility when
our governors respect the will of
the people. Today we begin a new
page in the history of Puerto
Rico."
The demonstrations on October
15th, which garnered approxi-
mately 200,000 people, were
centered in the San Juan area, and
focused principally on the largest
avenues in the area known as the
Ponce de Leon. Schools in the area
were closed, government offices
were at a standstill, and public
transportation was halted.
Remarkably, the largest shopping
mall in the Caribbean, Plaza Las
Americas, closed for the day, only
the second time in its history,
leading some to claim that the
national strike had the desired
effect of crippling business for the
day. Others hoped publicly that the
government would change course
once confronted with the growing
demands for alternative solutions.
Special police intelligence units
were deployed, and Police
Superintendent Jos6 Figueroa
Sancha confirmed that activists
were recorded for "intelligence
purposes, "drawing an outcry from
rights activists. Figueroa Sancha,
previously second-in-command of
Puerto Rico's FBI office, has been
implicated in the agency's targeted
assassination of revolutionary
leader Filiberto Ojeda Rios in
2005. Ojeda Rios was the de facto
leader of Los Macheteros, an
anti-colonial guerrilla force
advocating Puerto Rico's political
independence. He had been wanted
by the FBI for 15 years, having gone
underground in 1990 after the
infamous $7 million Wells Fargo
heist by his organization in 1983.
Los Macheteros have re-ap-
peared during the current unrest,
issuing a statement on September
23 calling for struggle and for
solidarity with the affected
working class, warning that the
government's fiscal measures were
designed to satisfy the needs of
corporations and to further the
statehood goals of the governor.
The pro-independence guerrillas
called for '"firm, effective, and co-
ordinated actions" designed "to
evolve into revolutionary action"
in order to obtain necessary
democratic, labor, and political
rights. Calling for all pro-independ-
ence forces to unite, the organiza-
tion reiterated its position and
intent to utilize armed struggle as
simply one of the methods of
struggle alongside the Puerto Rican
working class.
At one point during the October
15 protests in San Juan, several


Revolutionary Leader
FILIBERTO OJEDA RIOS
Assassinated in 2005
hundred students spontaneously
conducted an act of disobedience,
stealing the media limelight.
Ordered by the police to disperse,
the students suddenly decided to
resist the order and promptly sat
down in the middle of "LasAmeri-
cas" Expressway, one of the
largest highways in the country.
Blocking traffic for five hours, the
students chose to display their
militancy and strength by sending a
message in action to the current
administration. The students
haggled with the authorities for
hours, insisting that the police leave
the area first, while the police
ordered the students' dispersal as a
condition. The tension was finally
broken when nationalist icon
Rafael Cancel Miranda arrived to
speak with the students, and
officers themselves began to
disperse.
Cancel Miranda was one of four
Puerto Ricans who opened fire in
the U.S. Congress in 1954 in a
dramatic demand for the island's
independence, serving 25 years in
federal prison until President
Carter's clemency in 1979. The
FUPI (Pro-Independence Univer-
sity Federation) released a
statement after the demonstrations
praising the militancy of the
students and the presence of
Cancel Miranda. The statement
highlighted the fact that the students
present "recognized him and
listened to him, because Rafael
Cancel Miranda has the moral
stature necessary to be heard. It is
indicative of the students' recogni-
tion of our people's true leaders,
who with their lives have demon-
strated commitment" and acted
honorably.
Days after the National Strike,
members of the Hostosian National
Independence Movement (MINH)
surprised the governor as he arrived
at a political party meeting in the
town of Toa Baja. Pro-independ-
ence activists, labor leaders, and
ordinary citizens who had been laid
off via the Fiscal Emergency Law
all participated in the MINH


demonstration. In the days and
weeks following those actions, the
governor and his entourage have
been met with consistent and
repeated demonstrations, protests,
and acts of civil disobedience. These
acts are conducted by different
organizations, with different
interests, and different constituen-
cies, but have all been coordinated
by the coalition and brought
together by labor leaders. They all
continue to demand the cancellation
of the layoffs and of the Fiscal
Emergency Law. Pro-independence
student activists have indicated that
they will now begin a campaign to
demand "more, "an ominous though
unclear warning. In recent days,
union leaders have led visits and
sit-ins at several offices of elected
officials in order to pressure for
changes to the Fiscal Emergency
Law and continue to confront the
governor at every turn.
In the days after the demonstra-
tions, the governor declared that he
would not reverse the layoffs and
would not repeal any of the
provisions of the Fiscal Emergency
Law. In response, student
organizations and labor leaders
expressed their intention to move
forward with a general strike, one
that would be held indefinitely,
designed to bring the country to a
standstill, with the political purpose
of forcing the administration to roll
back some of the harsher measures
contained in the Fiscal Emergency
Law.
Meanwhile, Fortufio continues to
misstep and provoke the growing
activist movement. During the last
days of October, he cancelled the
Natural Reserve designation of
hundreds of acres of land that were
to be protected from contamination
and development. The removal of
protection was opposed by environ-
mentalists, who saw it as a
capitulation to development
interests. The explosion of unrest
on the island will likely deepen as
ordinary citizens identify and
oppose the privatization efforts of
the administration.
The Common Guy and his egg did
not constitute the only explosion on
the island. On October 21, an ex-
plosion occurred in the Gulf gaso-
line refinery owned by Caribbean
Petroleum Corporation (CAPECO)
in the town of Bayamon, drawing a
frenzy of media coverage and
frantic conjecture by officials in the
Fortufio administration about
whether it was an act of sabotage.
The fire burned for three days,
spewing thick black toxic smoke
that, luckily, was mostly blown out
to sea by wind gusts. The explo-
sion was so severe that it marked
2.8 on the Richter scale, blowing
out windows in local homes and
business, and seriously damaging
several homes in the area. Residents


pointed out that at midnight the
explosion lit up the sky as if it were
noon, and were amazed, frightened,
and traumatized by the severity of
the blast.
Those who opposed a hated de-
velopment project in the town of
Pefiuelas likely feel vindicated. The
"Gasoducto," recently abandoned,
was a development project designed
to transport natural gas throughout
the southernmost towns of the is-
land, but met with unusually fierce
community opposition, most espe-
cially in the towns of Ponce and
Pefiuelas. Anti-gasoducto argu-
ments were based on the fact that
the gas line was to come danger-
ously close to residential areas, and
activists called attention to serious
accidental blasts in other countries
where gas lines are maintained.
The CAPECO blast was a
haunting reminder that
overdevelopment coupled with a
lack of oversight and regulation is
a serious threat to civilian safety in
residential areas. But it gave the
administration an opportunity to
attempt to link the blast to the
growing protest movement. In spite
of having immediate confirmation
from CAPECO employees who
reported seeing dangerous flamma-
ble vapors being emitted from the
oil and gasoline transfer stations,
and who ran from the site in
anticipation of the blast-and
luckily were not hurt because they
fled in vehicles and not on foot-
the administration, along with FBI
officials, continued for days to
report that they could not rule out
"terrorism" and "sabotage" as a
possible cause of the blast. Some
saw this as a feeble attempt to
weaken the protest movement by
attempting to scare more moderate
elements of the organizations
involved and so prevent further
unrest. Within days, firefighters
were able to contain the blaze and
extinguish it, and the FBI confirmed
no evidence of sabotage was found,
instead finding a history of neglect
and corruption.
Working class families have been
shocked into action by the
neoliberal policies of the Fortufio
administration, and have taken to
public demonstrations and civil
disobedience to attempt to roll back
some of its more painful policies.
While corporations continue to
repatriate billions of dollars to their
U.S. offices, and while elected
officials continue to pay six figures
to consultants and authorize salary
increases for themselves, the
working class in Puerto Rico has
exploded in outrage and action.
While it may not result in
immediate fundamental political
change, it certainly marks an
exciting and historical moment in
the history of the United States'
oldest colony.







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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


In accordance with Section 13 of the Rcgistered Land Act Chapter 194,
Revised Edition 2000,1 'PA RICIAROBATEAU PEREZ, for Registrar of
Lands, hereby serve notice that % within one month from the date hereof, I intend
to register the following parcelsof land listed below for which application for
first registration have been received.

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



(PATRICI ROBATEAUPEREZ) (MRS.)
forREGISTRAR OF LANDS

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200907405
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 554.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No 687 of 2002 dated 6th
August, 2002 in favour of ELVIRA ESPAT.

APPLICATION NQ, LRS-200909087
I hese parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGN AC 10
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcels No. 340,341,342.343,441,450,449,
448,434,433,and 394.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 258 of 1990 dated 28th
August, 1990 in favour ofJAN M E JOEL Z ETINA.

APPI.ICATION NO. I.RS-200909332
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BURDON CANAL,
Block No 45 uand being Parcel No. 157.

This pai eel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No 2475 of 2002 recorded in
Deeds Book Volume 2c of 2 302 @ folios 619 to 628 dated 27th August. 2002 in
favour of IIAISAM N. DIAB.

APPLIC TION NO. LRS-200909677
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2954

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 381 2 08 dated 31st
December, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 2008 at Folios
827-836 in favour of ELISA GUERRA.

APPLIC 4TION NO. LRS-200909681
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No 61.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 969 of 2006 dated 26th
September 2006 in favour of FRANCES C. H AARRIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909695
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTI I, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 961,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2002 2001 I dated 22nd
May. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 27 of 2001 at Folios 181 -1 8 in
favourof MICHAELA. CLINEand BONNIE K.CLINE.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-2009Q9718
This parcel of land is situated in the Regi strati on Section. DANG R IG A SOU ITH,
Block No 31 and being Parcel No. 2504,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1-1496 2007 dated -4tl
May, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 18 of 2007 at Folios 907-018 in
favourofARETHA KIM RODRIGUEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909746
This parcel of land is situated in the Reis~ration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 103.

1 his parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture dated 4th May, 1994 and


recorded in Deeds Book Volume 19 of 1994 at Folios 275 to 320 in favour of
GEORGE LEWIS.

APPLIC NATION NO. LRS-200909747
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORI H. Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 104.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture dated 4th May,. 1994 and
recorded in Deeds Book Volume 19 of 1994 at Folios 179 to 224 in favour of
GEORG E LEWIS.

APPLICATION NO. LRR-200909776
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTI N DE
PORRES\\ EST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 339.

This parcel of land i1 the subject ofan Indenture dated 30th September, 2007
and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 41 of 2007 at: Folios 45 to56 in favour of
LUZ DEL CARMEN CORTEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909777
This parcel of land is situated in the Regisiration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
POR RES WEST, Block No, 45 and being Parcel No 338,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 589 of 2002 dated 8th
A ugust, 2002 in favour of MARIA QUINTAN I L LLA CASANOVA.

APPL IC( TION NO, LRS-200909781
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGC NACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and beinu Parcel No. 1323.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 700 2004 dated 23rd
March, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 2004 at Fol ios 421-426
in favour of LI UIS CAMBRA.N ES SR.

APPLIC 4TION NO. LRS-200909782
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Sect ion, SAN NARCISO.
Block No I and being Parcel No. 375.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3610' 2o01 dated 30ih
November. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 46 of 20C01 at Folios
651 -660 in favour ofJAIME NAVARETTE.

APPLIC NATION NO. LRS-200909783
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1190.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 11 of 2000 dated I8th
February, 2000 in favour of ELIZABETH BARDALEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909784
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2592.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 927/1996 dated 23rd
December, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of 1995 at Folios
85-866 in favour of RASH NI I CHAINAN I.

APPLICA-TION NO. LRS-200909790
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IG N AC10
NORTH. Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2582.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 842 of 2002 dated 10th
November, 2002 in favour of MARIA MOREY.

APPLIC NATION NO. LRS-200909798
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration. Section, SAN LAZARO
VILLAGE, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 184.

This parcel of land is the ,ubjcct of a Grant Fiat No. 4741 106 of 2000 dated lth
May. 2001 in favour of MARIA TERESITA NOV ELO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909800
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/M ESOP,
Block No. 45 and bein' Parcel No. 1484.






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temporarily shut down
pro-Zelaya news channels.
When soldiers rousted Zelaya
from his bed at dawn and sent
him to Costa Rica on a military
plane, it conjured up memories
of Central America's dark Cold
War past when military leaders
often backed by the United
States overthrew democratic
governments.
Zelaya told Reuters this week
it would be undemocratic if the
United States ended up backing
the result of an election held by
a post-coup government, since
coup leaders supported the vote
from day one.
"The U.S. position ... has
divided the Americas and is


creating a grave precedent,"
Zelaya said.
Micheletti and his supporters
accuse Zelaya of getting too
close to Venezuela's socialist
President Hugo Chavez.
But the rancher and logging
magnate is an unlikely working-
class hero who some say did
little to systematically improve
the lot of Honduras' poor while


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in power.
(Additional reporting by
Gustavo Palencia and
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Charles in Washington,
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)1

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


This parcel of land is the subject of a Convm\ nce No. 824.1"69 dated 3rd
October, 1 69 and recorded in Deeds Book \ olumln .1 of 1,969at Folios 577-584
Ii ftivo!i of DAVID PASTOR HEREDIA.

APPLICATION NO. 1,RS-2(00909807
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Seion, DANG RIG CA SOLTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 50oi

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 175/1992 dated 3 1st
February, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1992 at Folios
1331-1338 in IhourcfCIL.ARLESZ.ABANEII and C.RIEN FA.ARDO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20090980
This parcel of land is situated in the Regislration Section, DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Block No. 31 andhbeing Parcel No. 1879.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1911o 2002 dated 2nd
Jul. 2002 nmidi ciekd in Deeds Book Volume 23 of2002 at Folios 1439-1446
in ta our of LORRIS ESPINOSA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909809
This parcel of land is situated in the Retisintiun Scetion, DANG RIGA SOUTH,
and Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2004.

This parcel ofl and is thesubject of a Grant FiatNo. 5 7o ofl i dtied 10th July;
1999 in favour ofALFREDO GONGORA SR.

APPliCATION NO. I RS-2009II98147
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1741.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 713 of 1997 dated 16th
December, 1997 in favour of CAROLMARY ERSKIN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-W00909848
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, BIock No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1737.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 70 of 1998 dated 20th
January, 1998 in favour of DANIELCABRAL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2t00909849
These parcels of land are situated in thc Registration Sction, PLAC ENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcels No. 1798 and 195 2.

These parcels of land are the subject of a ConveyanceNo. 2036 1 )98 dated
20th Jul\, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of I99 8 at Folios 791-
8*10 in favour of EGBERT EMERSON ( ABRAL and CA ROL MARY
CABRAL Nee ERSKINE.

APPLICATION NO. I.RS-2(i9098,t5
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTLIA
NORTH. B lock No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1433

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2i975 '2001 dated 20th
June, 2001 and recorded in Dcds Book Volume 27 of 2001 at Folios 1255-1262
in favour of EG BE RT CABRAL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909857
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT
LOYOLAVILLE. Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 2158.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Assent No. 767 of :00 2 dated 13th
March, 2002 in favour of FLORENCE BUDAN, DAVID BUDAN
(Deceased), WILLIAM BUDAN (Deceased) and MARIE
FLOWERS nee KELLYMAN, MARILYN WILLIAMS as Personal
Representative of die estate of Floreice Budan.

APPI ICATION NO. 1RS-20(H90967
These parcels of landaresituated in the Reiistralion Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, B lock No. 4 and being Parcel No. 21 3 and 2139.

These parcel of land are the subject of an of Assent No. 1 80 1990 dated 14th
September, 1983 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 20 of l''X at Folios


793-802 in favourofT.I1 S G ARCI A and EIOY GARCIA .IR

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2(10909880
This parel of land is situated in the Registration Saclion, PLACE NTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 697.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture dated 29th March, 2001 and
recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of 2001 at Folios 1229 to 1234 in favourof
.IEFFER1 C. ANDERSON and JOHNAH. WI LSON.

APPI IC NATION NO. 1.RS-204091198R
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, BlockNo. 36 and being Parcel No. 762.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture dated 9lhi July, 2001 and
recorded in Deeds Rook Volumne 30 of 2001 at Folios 1415 to 1420 in favourof
GARYWI LSON and JOIINAWITLSON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2(Hl91991i
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section. BENQUE VIEJO
DELJ O RMEfN, Block No. 21 andbeingParced No. 2464-2467, 251 .- 25(9.
2511,2514, 2515,2529, 2531,2532. 2574.2552. 254. 2561.2564. 2565.2569.
2572,2574,2575.257. '2579,.'58 ;nd 256".

These parel of land; are the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 268 of 1983
dated 28th November, 1983 in favour ofNA ZARIO ROSAS ALPIREZ.

APPI ICAION NO. I.RS-20I1909912
This parucl of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and btinr Parcel No. 442.

This parcel of land is the subject ora Conveyance No. 1714 of 2006 and
recorded in Deed Book Volume 22 of 2006 i; fol io, 893-9u( died June 26th
2(X)6 in favour of ERNESTO JAMES AZUETA.

APPLICATION NO. IRS-200909921
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
FIC KSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 800.

This parcel of land is the subject of an of Assent No. 4 (82. 199i dated 1st
October, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 22 of 1996 at Folios
1257-1262in fnvourofLEOLIN PINKS.

APPI I( ACTION NO. LRS-20t0909922
This parcel oflandis situaatd in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S SQUARE,
BlockNo. 45 and being Parcel No. 343.

'Ibis parcel of land is the subject ofa Vesting Ass ent No. 4083/1996 dated I st
October, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 22 of 1996 at Folios 1263 -
1268 in favourof LEOLINPINKS.

APPLICATION NO. ILRS-200909927
Ibis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Seclion, ORIANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1911.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2-14 of 20A'8 recorded in
Deeds Book Volume 3 of 200ZOO filios 1013 to 1026 dated 21st December,
2007 in favour of MALRI.A DEL CARMEN KE, AN DREI ADMIEL
CASTILLO & GISELAPAOLA.

APPLICATION NO. I.RS-200909930
This parcel of land is situated in the Rqg ith ilioin Sectiou. SOCIETY HALL,
Block No. 24 and beuig Parcel No. 500.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 105 of 1979 dated 16th
March, 1979 in fa' our ofJEAN CARCAMO1.

APPFFI ICAIION NO., LRS-20109942
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGANORTH,
BlockNo. 31 and being Parcel No. 180.

This parcel of land isf ti.e s ubjedl ofa ConiIeyaii tNo. 701 of I 86 daled 21st
July, 1986 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 of 19S6 I tblios 253-262 in
fvouiir oftANELlA YOUNG.







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Making A Positive Difference In The Community


while the remainder was
purchased with funds raised by
the students while several
students each donated a gallon
of paint for the project. By the
time the students left, a
few hours later, the positive
difference was visible for all to
see.
Then on Sunday morning we
saw of group of men, with trash
bags in hand, collecting the
garbage on both sides of the
Western Highway in Santa Elena
Town. We later found out that
these civic minded men were not
Town Council employees but


rather members of the Cayo Tour
Guide Association who took
time off this Sunday morning to
make a positive difference in
their community.
Another equally civic minded
group is the San Ignacio Humane
Society whose members, mostly
businesspersons and private
citizens, are volunteering their
time, energy and financial
resources to care for stray dogs
and cats in the community.
We congratulate these positive
minded citizens and encourage
more of us to join in the effort at
making a positive difference in
these challenging times.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE

(REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13

APPI JCATION NO. I.RS-2009i1943
This parcel of land is situated in the Regi station Section, DANGRIGA
SOUITH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2494.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 43 of 1997 dated30th
January, 1997 in favour of FELICIA NUNEZ.

APPLIC NATION NO. LRS-200909949
This paredl of land is situated in the Rcgistration Section. DANGRIG.A
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and heing Parcel No. 1826.

This parcel ofland is the subject c fa Grant Fiat No. 138 of 1985 dated 24th
October, 1985 in favour of VI RGINIA CASTILLO IONIE ARZU &
MANUELITA CASTILLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200209958
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH,BlockNo.31 and being Parcel No. 1066.

This parcel of land is the subject of aDcz d ot Git No. 169-4 *A 2008 recorded
inDeeds Book Volumc 20 of2C08 (ii fliks 21n3 to 1372 dated 12th June,
2008 in favour ofL UCY GUERRERO, MARY PETILLO & JUDITH
CASTILLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909967
This parcel of landis situated inthe Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and beingParcel No. 656.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Assent No. 77 of 1985 dated
22ndApril, 1983 in tfa our of IDOLLY ERSIaNE.

APPLICATION NO. I.RS-200909972
This parcel of landis situated in the Registration Section. SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2625.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1344 of 1998 dated 16th
January, 1999 in favour ofJOSE A. MARTINEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200909979
This parcel of land is situated in the Rcoistration Section, SAN IGN 'CIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2367.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3512 of 2007 and
recorded in Dccds Book Volume 42 of 2 I7 1 folios 1155 to 1166 daltd 6th
November. -30n 7 in favour of JOSE ILSEFONSO HERNANDEZ & JAN
NICEL HERNANDEZ

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910082
This parcel of land is siLuated in the Registration SC Ilion, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and beint Parcel Na 1 M1.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 502 of 2002 recorded
in Deeds Book $IunKi 7 of 2l3)i2 .c t' in fa, our of NLIARIANNAAZUCENABOITON DE ZAIDEN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910151
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTII,BlockNo. 23 ,ind being Parcel No. 831.

This parcl of land is the subject of an Assent No. 10-48 of 1988 recorded in
Deeds Book Volume 12 of 1988.0 f [os 747-752 dated 24th .une, 1988 in
favour of CARLOTA QUIROZ as Personal Representative of the
estate of DANIEL GUTIERREZ.

APPLICATION NO, I.RS-200910184
This parcelofland is situated in theRegistration Section,. ALBERT/NEE SOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1481.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 533 of 1992 recorded
in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1992 @ folios 991 to 1000 dted 24th March,
1992 in favour of DANA THIEUS.





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