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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: December 27, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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"The Newspaper That Cares And Dares To Bring Out The Truth"
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PANDY PLEADED GUILTY, SENTENCED


TO SIX YEARS IN JAIL A


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Monday, December
14, 2009:
A Santa Elena youth was
today sentenced to spend the
next six years in jail after
pleading guilty to possession of
unlicensed firearm, ammunition
and controlled drugs
It was shortly after the midnight
hour on Sunday, December 13,
2009 when, acting upon
information received, a team of
five San Ignacio police officers
visited a house on Eve Street in
Santa Elena Town.
The policemen surrounded the
house and saw when a black
plastic bag was reportedly
thrown out a window. Police
searched that section of the


house and found Hubert Pandy, 17 and
an older brother inside the room.
They were brought outside to the area
where the bag was thrown. When the bag
was recovered and opened, in their
presence, it was found to contain suspected
marijuana.
A further search in the yard led the
police to a nearby septic tank where they
found a point 22 rifle and two small boxes,
one with 50 and the other with 12 live
rounds of point 22 ammunition.
All four occupants of the house were
detained and transported to the San Ignacio
police station where the marijuana was
weighed amounting to 48.4 grams.
They were jointly arrested and charged
with one count of keeping unlicensed
firearm, 2 counts of keeping unlicensed
ammunition and one count of possession
of controlled drugs.


A Popular Boledo/Lottery Vendor Robbed AGAIN!


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Saturday, December
19, 2009:
He has been robbed no less
than three times before, and
tonight Godfrey Tillett reported
yet another such incident.
In a statement to the police,
Tillett informed that at
around 6:20 p.m, on Saturday,


December 19 whilst selling lottery in the
village of Georgeville on the usual
Western Highway route, he was attacked
by two masked male persons dressed in
dark clothing both carrying firearms.
He was relieved of the knapsack he
carried containing 5 lottery and 2 jackpot
books along with over $1,400 dollars in
cash, a few pieces of tools for the red


They all appeared before
Magistrate Anna Rachel
Montejo in San Ignacio's
Magistrate Court on
Monday, December 14
where all three charges
were read to them.
The first defendant,
Hubert Pandy, 17,
Belizean, labourer of the
same Eve Street address
took the rap and the
Magistrate accepted the


prosecution's request for
charges to be withdrawn
against the other three
co-defendants. Pandy was
consequently sentenced to
two consecutive years for
each of the three firearm
and ammunition related
charges. He was addition-
ally ordered to pay a $500
fine for the possession of
controlled drugs in default
6 months in jail.


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Alcoholism Is A Treatable Disease
While we appreciate that the use of crack/cocaine is a scourge
in any community as addicts often engage in dishonest means
to fund their addiction resulting in increasing crimes of
dishonesty such as theft, burglaries and robberies, efforts to
address this condition must therefore continue.
Notwithstanding however, in this community we are
witnessing an increasing number of persons, obviously addicted
to the alcoholic beverage known as extra strong rum.
While these persons' means to get the next pint of rum might
not be as aggressive as the crack/cocaine addict, they are mainly
known to be begging for a $1 here and there to accumulate the
funds for the next pint of rum, the abuse of this strong beverage
however, continues to claim the lives of those addicted to it.
Just this week, another one of these known addicts was
buried in San Ignacio following another just a few weeks ago.
While there are those who would jokingly ask which one of
them will be next to go, we should not deviate from the fact that
the abuse of this legal drug is claiming the lives of a son, a
brother, a father, an uncle or cousin somewhere.
We are herewith calling the attention of officials from the
National Drug Abuse Control Council and Alcoholics
Anonymous to render a helping hand to these dependent souls
who are desperately in need of their professional assistance as
another life lost to this treatable disease is just another life too
much.


Seatb) n0nountement
It is with profound sadness that
we announce the passing of

Mlr. 2iega vatnett arb,70


STAR
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dares to bring out the truth"
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which occurred in Los Angeles, California, USA
on Friday, December 11, 2009
She is predeceased by her Husband
Mr. Glenn Card
and by Parents
Mr. Rosendo & Mrs. Teodora Patnett
as well as two Sisters
Chris Dougall Patnett & Sabina Requena Patnett
and one Brother
Damacio "Leto" Patnett
She is survived by four Sons
Antonio Silva, Glenn Jr. Douglas & David Card
and three Daughters,
Rizzeria Silva, Mrs. Geraldine Gongora & Mrs. Idolly Polk
She is also survived by one Sister
Rosita Mai Patnett
and two Brothers
Florentino "Panto" Patnett & Errol "Dowas" Gonzalez
She is also survived by three Sisters-in-law
as well as a host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, other
Relatives and countless Friends.
The body will be received at St. Ignatius Church
in Santa Elena, Cayo at 9:00 a.m., on Thursday,
December 24, 2009, for funeral services at 10:00 a.m.
The attention of ALL Relatives & Friends
is called to this announcement.




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aspirations as a nation.


BY: Wil Maheia while at the Organization of As was evidenced by our trip
PUNTA GORDA TOWN, American States (OAS) in to the Border in September, we
Toledo District, Tuesday, Washington DC last week. went there to make a point, to '
December 22, 2009: We consider our Belizean show Belizeans that our border
The Peoples National Party Border a very sacred reality, a exists and to remind Belizeans
(PNP) condemns the statements very special place and a line that that we must take care of our
made by our Foreign Minister delineates our independent borders. Hence, we were

The Latest Murder In Belize City
Home Invasion Style Another Young Life Has Ended
BELIZE CITY, Tuesday, North Creek Road in the city. stab wounds to the left side of .?
December 22, 2009: Upon arrival at the scene the chest and left upper arm.


Belize City police reports
that shortly after 2 this
Tuesday morning, December
22, a report was received of a
stabbing incident at #6743


police encountered the
motionless body of a male
person who was identified as
Albert Morgan Jr, 23,
security guard, with apparent


Investigation revealed that
Morgan was inside his home
when an unknown male person
entered and stabbed him. Police
are investigating.


Wil Maheia (L) and a team
with the stone border
marker at Gracias A Dios
in the background
appalled to learn via the press
that our Minister had indicated
to the OAS that our border was
artificial.
We believe that our Foreign
Minister spoke out of context
and because he represents and
speaks for all Belizeans we
demand that he publicly
apologizes for endangering
our right to self determination.
In addition we are calling on
Belizeans to be more vigilant
and to demand that our
government take more meaning-
ful actions to address the illegal
incursions on our borders. We
do not buy the argument that we
do not have the resources to man
our border.
We are calling on the
government to immediately
initiate a process that seeks
to identify an appropriate
mechanism that ensures proper
vigilance on our borders.
In addition to this we are also
asking that the Minister of
Defense deploy more soldiers
along our border so that we can
rest assured that every square
centimeter of Belize remains in
the hands of Belizeans.
We are very skeptical of the
role the OAS is now playing
because while they are acting as
mediators, the illegal incursions
by Guatemalans have continued
unabated. Lastly, we are also
calling on the socially conscious
group, Citizens Organized for
Liberty through Action (COLA)
to take a stand and call for strong
actions.


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With the support of the residents in the
Cayo West Constituency, many possibilities
became realities over the previous years.
Looking forward to your continued support and
dedication as we move forward into the new year,
hand in hand.
5m4n the JMon. E&WiAt atws & amni4t
We wish all residents of Benque Veijo,
Succotz, Calla Creek and Arenal
Mfery Crisfnmas ane(fe fniof
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'The Water From A Broken Dam Will Not Come Rushing

Down The Macal To The Caribbean Sea" says Major Defour


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Culture Center, Saturday,
December 12, 2009:
In obvious compliance with
the Order of the Supreme Court,
the Belize Electric Company
Limited (BECOL) today held a
public education session as the
final stage in the Dam Break
Early Warning System.
At its peak, the attendance
reached no more than a
disappointing 20 persons
The panel of presenters
included Jevon Hulse from the
Department of the Environment,
David Reynolds from BECOL,
Eludoro Lewis from the Belize
Water Services, Rudolph
Williams from the Department
of Hydrology, Mirna Pinelo
from the Public Health
Department, Alhenry Westby
and Major Sheldon Defour
from the National Emergency
Management Organization,
Rowland Rivers from the
Public Utilities Commission
(Water Sector) and Dennis
Gonguez, from the Meteorology
Department.
The session was described as
the third and final phase in the
Dam Break Early Warning
System with the first phase
being the setting up of the
warning system, the second be-
ing the testing and the third the
public education session on the
system.
The team reported that they
have held discussions in
relevant schools, communities,
resorts and were now moving
into the Towns as they endeavor
to educate the over 24 thousand
residents in communities and
distance from the Chalillo Dam
as follows: Cristo Rey (30
miles), San Ignacio (32 miles),
Santa Elena (32 miles), Bullet
Tree (33 miles), Santa Familia
(33 miles) and Calla Creek (34
miles).
The officials informed that
while the dam is built to
withstand an 8.0 earthquake, in
the worse case scenario of a dam
break, the water will take 2 12
hours to travel the 32 miles to
San Ignacio and Santa Elena.
Therefore, to be on the safe side,
evacuation from danger to safe
zones should be effected within
the hour.
The BECOL representatives
went into details to explain the


physical construction of the dam
as well as the automatic and
manual activation of the
warning system along with the
sirens, the radio communication
network and the power backup
mechanism.
Those in attendance were
advised that in the unlikely event
of a dam break, the safe zone in
Santa Elena is all that area on
the right side of the highway
when traveling towards
Belmopan being Santa Cruz, La
Loma Luz and Hillview areas.
In San Ignacio, residents along
the Bullet Tree Road and
other low lying areas and
Independence Square should
follow the evacuation route to
Falcon Field.
All those residents in the
downtown area of San Ignacio
should proceed to the safe zone
at the Victor Galvez Stadium.
In general all those persons
gathered in the various safe
zones should wait there for
further instructions from
NEMO.
The estimated time for
anyone to be in safe areas should
be in two to three hours.


Villagers along the Western
Highway are advised to exercise
caution and to monitor water
levels along the Belize River.
Interestingly and contrary
to public opinion, Major
Defour informed that 2 studies
conducted by Dr. Boles, an
expert in the field, indicate, that
in the event of a dam break, the
water, all 24 million cubic yards
from the Chalillo and 1.6 mil-


lion cubic yards from the
Mollejon "will not come
rushing down the Macal like a
huge wave towards the
Caribbean Sea" but rather it
will take the form of a steady rise
in water levels much like in
flooding condition of the past
and therefore residents down the
river monitor the rise in water
level and evacuate to higher
grounds when necessary.


Let the true meaning of Christmas,
PEACE, JOY and GODWILL toward
all men shine in all of our hearts & homes
this Christmas Season & beyond.


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MEXICO CITY, Tuesday, ended lively de ate to approve
December 22, 2009: the measure by a 39-20 vote.
Mexican legislature passes a Mayor Marcelo Ebrard is
bill giving gay couples the right expected to sign the bill into law.
to marry, adopt children and "Mexico City has put itself in
enjoy the same status as the vanguard," said legislator
heterosexual couples. Victor Hugo Romo. "This is a
The Catholic Church and historic day."
conservatives speak out against Mexico City's initiative goes
it. further than any other in Latin
A gay rights supporter rallies America by rewriting the law to
for passage of the bill in front of redefine marriage as a 'free un-
the Mexico City legislature. ion between two people," not
Lawmakers approved the bill, only between a man and a
39-20, and even removed a woman. It gives homosexual
provision that would have barred couples the same rights as
gay couples from adopting heterosexual pairs, including the
children, right to adopt, inherit, obtain
In a move that may put joint housing loans and share
Mexico City at odds with the rest insurance policies.
of the country, the local Several countries, most of
legislature approved a them in Europe, and a handful
far- reaching gay rights bill of U.S. states have legalized
Monday, voting to allow people same-sex marriage in recent
of the same sex to marry and to years, and the issue is being
adopt children, hotly debated in parts of
The leftist-dominated legisla- predominantly Roman Catholic
ture of this massive city of about Latin America. Uruguay was the
20 million people turned aside first Latin American nation to
opposition from the influential recognize same-sex unions, as
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during the Christmas Holidays as follows:
CLOSED RE-OPEN
Thursday 24th Dec at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday 29th December 2009
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


In accordance with Section 13 of the Registered Land Act Chapter 194,
Re% ised Edition 2000,1, ETIIEL E ME LISA GLA DDEN, for Reistrar of
Lands, hereby serve notice that within one month from the date hereof, I
intend to register the following parcels of land listed below for which
application for first registration have been received.

The attention ofthe general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person
'whose rights and interest ma\ be affected by the re, istering ofihese parcels
rinl b gel in touch with me before expiry date ofthis nit ice bet een Monday s
toFi idai s at the Land Registry, Belmopan.




(ETHEL EMEL~ LADDEN) (MS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


APPIIC MTION NO.1 .R S-200910259
This parcel ofland is siltuLied i the Registration Section, ALBERTI ESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 415.

"h is pai cel o land is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 1751 189 ,Fdated 25th
September, 1989 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 c of 1989 at Folios
305-310 in favour of HOMER DAKERS.

APPLICArTION NO. LRS-200910596
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Sect ion. ORANG E WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and beinv Parcel No. 3871.

This parcel ofland is the suLbjecT of a Conveyance No. 3 C''2 2007 dated 27th
August, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 36 of 2007 at Folios
059S-%8 in favour ofl HENRY TORRES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910597
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section., ORANGE WALK
TOWN. Block No. 4 and being ParcelsNo 2617.

Iuiis parcel of land is the subject ofa Grant Fiat No. 400 of 1997 dated 26th
August, 1997 in favour of CLIFFORD RAMCLAM.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2009l0W87
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT!
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No 45 and being Parcel No. 74.

This parcel of land is the subj ecC ofa Conveyance No 2366/1999 dated 31st
August, 19c'Yc and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 28 of 1999 at Folios
383-392 in fa. our ofSANMEERAII MALIKA MORTIS.

APPLI(A I ION NO. LRKS-2009106119
I his parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IG N AC10
NORTH. BkickNo.23andbeingParcelsNo. 1915.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 297 of 1973 dated 29th
December, 1973 in favour ofZEN A IDA POLANCO.

A APPLICATION NO. I.RS-20f0910659
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IG N AC10
SO1 11T, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No 2137.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2819 2(003 dated 15th
August, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 38 of 2003 at Folios
727-742 in favour of ROY EVERAT POLONIO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2009106(60
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN [GNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2127.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Con'evance No 2769; 2007 dated
24th August, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 33 nr 2007 at
Folihs 1337-1354 in favour ofSH.ANE A.NDREW VASOIIEZ.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-20091Qi62
This parcel of land is situated in the Reg istranon Sect ion, SAN IGNCAIO
SOl ITH. Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2130.

This parcel of land i~ the subject ofta Cone aince No. 588.. 2008 dated 4th
March, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 ot 21K)S at Folios
1493-1514 in favour ofTHELMAA [.ICET GARCIA and G UADENCIO
CUS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910665
This parcel of land is situated in the Regisiration Seciion, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and beiii Parcel No 2153.

This parcel of land is the subject: of a Conveyance No. 637:2008 dated 5th
March, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 2008 at Folios
1 75-1198 in favourol'ISMA EL LAURENCIO GARCIAand ROXANA
RUTH CHITULIN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910687
This parcel of land is situated in the Registi action Section, DANGRIGA
NORTI, Block No. 31 and bein Patices No. 454.

Tlus parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No 53 of 1991 dated 12th
February, 1991 in favourof LEONIE RIVAS.

AfELICATIQE NO. tJ-2Ril %i
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOU TH, Block No 23 and being Parcel No. 325.

This parcel ofland is the subject of an Indenture No. 647/1986 dated 13th
July, 1986 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1986 at Folios 985 to
992 in favour of OSCA R 1MON TERO.

APPLIC.'A' ION NO. LRS-200910705
Shis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DA. NG RIGA
NORTH, Block N o. 31 and being Parcel No. 1410.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conw e' ance No. 624/1 *--) dated 9th
March, 1990 and recorded in Deeds Rooil Volume 7 of 1990 at Folios 1061 -
1074 in favour of ENID COOPER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910706
This parcel of land is situated in the Regi station Section, BENQI I E VIEJO
DEL CA RM FEN, Block No. 23 and being Parcels No. 637.

This parcel of land is die subject of a Grant Fiat No. 441 of 1981 dated 23 rd
September, 1981 in favour ofBARNABE ISMAELCOCOM.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910713
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SA RTE N EJA,
Block No 3 and being Parcels No. 508.

This parcel of land is ih siih ectr ofaGrant Fiat No 665 c'1 "979dated 1 Ith
December, 1979 in favour ofJAIME SOS A.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910722
This parcel of land in situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No 23 and being Parcels No. 2675.

This parcel of land is the subject I of a Grant Fiat No. 2 of 1986 dated 9th
January, 198 in favour of AUREA MARTINEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910723
This parcel ol land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No 23 and bcing ParcclsNo. 91

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No 44 of ] 991 dated 7th
February, 1991 in favour of AN'TONIO MARTIN EZ.

APPLICATION NQ. LRS-200910749
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ARIES:
March 22 to April 20
This week will be about lying back and spending some
*P time with your loved ones. You will have more than enough
money in your hands but most of it is likely to be pumped
into home improvement. Do not dwell too much on
disappointments of the past. Lucky Numbers: 06, 52, 97.

TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
You sense a growing ambitiousness within you. It may
actually be amazing to note the lengths to which you are
willing to achieve your goals. Spare no efforts but be
careful not to become involved in any illegal activity. You
will be enjoying the year-end festivities. Lucky Numbers:
08, 37, 64.
GEMINI:
May 22 to June 21
Fun times are round the corner.However, it is likely to be a
busy time for you, especially for those in business.
Home-makers may be entertaining guests. You can expect
a favour returned to bail you out of a tough spot. If you
Give your best now, the gains will more than make up for
the fun you lost out on. Lucky Numbers: 03, 48, 79.
CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
You gain more stability of thought and a better grip over
S. your routine.You understand the physical limitations and
are now willing to be more considerate to yourself by
,.7-'. slowing down your pace of work. An increased
willingness to work on personal relationships is also there.
Lucky Numbers: 10, 54, 88.

LEO:
July 24 to August 21
t's year end and you will want to bring in the new year in
he company of people who matter to you. You could be
Required to engage in team activities. Keep an even
emperament and you should be able to have your way.
, 3 4 professionally, you will find strategising easier as you find
yourself focused and sharper. Lucky Numbers: 09, 24,
67.
VIRGO:
August 22 to September 21
You will be rewarded in some form appreciation or
monetary gains for your efforts at work. You will be more
creative and will like to take your operations to a larger
scale. On a more personal note, you will be quite
//J \, accommodative of others but you still need to keep away
from being too judgmental. Lucky Numbers: 11, 28, 57.

LIBRA:
September 22 to October 23
Wisdom lies in striking the iron when it is hot so that you
can sit back and enjoy the rewards later. What you feel
now is a curious mix of love and compassion for your loved
ones and a tug to reach great heights at work. Muster up a
sense of balance. Lucky Numbers: 14, 45, 60.


'i.


SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to December 21
You find yourself turning deeply spiritual and possibly
following some rituals too. Demands at work will continue.
But you need to pay more attention to loved ones or
resentment will begin to build up. Travel to places close
are likely. Look after all your valuables with great care.
Lucky Numbers: 04, 33, 62.

CAPRICORN:
December 22 to January 20
The coming days give you a glimpse of where you could
reach, if you work hard enough. There could be some huge
expenditure that may upset you. Some procedures could
get executed smoothly but do not become smug and let it
go out of control. Lucky Numbers: 01, 16, 47.


AQUARIUS: January 21 to February 19
The next few days are a strange mix. You may, on one
hand, be at sixes and sevens to muster up resources for
meeting sudden monetary demands; you may have to ask
for favours too. On the other side, life reveals who your
real friends are. You let go of your reservations and let
your hair down. Lucky Numbers: 07, 25, 99.

PISCES: February 20 to March 21
The going has been good for you in the past weeks,
especially if you're engaged in creative pursuits. Keep your
7 mind from going into an overdrive where interpersonal
relations are concerned. Most complications are likely to
resolve in good time. Sinus related problems may plague
you. Lucky Numbers: 12, 27, 75.




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If you simply concentrate on getting your part right,
without focusing on the outcome, concrete gains are
assured. Do not give into the temptation of fast results.
You may have to organise an event. In any case, your
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An Unusual Funeral Procession
A woman was walking down time to disturb you, but I have
Burns Avenue in San Ignacio never seen a funeral like this.
Town when she noticed a most Whose funeral is it?"
unusual funeral procession "My husband's," replied the
heading towards the Santa Rita lady leading the dog.
Cemetery. "What happened to him?"
A first vehicle carrying a asked the curious woman.
coffin was followed by a The woman replied, "My dog
second one, about 50 feet attacked and killed him."
behind, also carrying a coffin. She inquired further, "Well,
Behind the second vehicle was who is in the second coffin ? "
a solitary woman walking a pit The woman answered, "My
bull on a leash. Behind her, a mother-in-law. She was trying
short distance back, were about to help my husband when the
200 women walking single file. dog turned on her."
The woman was so curious that A poignant and thoughtful
she respectfully approached the moment of silence passed
woman walking the dog and between the two women.
said, "I am so sorry for your "Can I borrow your dog?"
loss, and I know now is a bad "Get in line."
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Here are ten features of the
Government vehicle assigned to
the Public Officer
1. It can take speed humps at
twice the speed of private cars.
2. It needs cleaning less often
than private cars.
3. The battery, radiator water,
oil and tires never have to be


checked.
4. It can be driven up to 60
miles with the oil warning light
flashing.
5. The suspension is reinforced
to allow for the weekend loads
of bricks, concrete slabs and
other building material.
6. It accelerates at a


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phenomenal rate. beaches.
7. It needs no security system 9. It has a much shorter
and may be left anywhere, braking distance than the private
unlocked and with the keys in the car.
ignition. 10. Unusual and alarming
8. It is especially sand and engine noises are easily
waterproof for barbeques and eliminated by turning up the
fishing expeditions on remote radio.

New Uniforms For Benque Police Cadets


BENQUE VIEJO TOWN,
Cayo District, Sunday,
December 20, 2009:
The Centennial Park in Benque
Viejo Town was the venue this
past Sunday evening for the
official handing over and
inspection of new uniforms for
all 50 members of the Benque
Viejo Police Cadet Corp.
On hand for the event was the
Officer Commanding the
Benque Viejo Police Sub-
Formation Inspector Claudio
Mai along with the formation
former Commanding Officer
Superintendent Ms. Dizerie
Phillips who is now the
Commander of Community
Policing at the national level.
In addressing the gathering of
Cadets and their families, Supt.
Phillips commented on the
progress achieved by the new
leadership of the sub-formation
since she was transferred from
the Town just over a year ago.
The fifty cadets 35 from
Benque Viejo Town and the
remaining 15 from the
neighboring village of San Jose


Succotz- each received, free of
cost, full uniform which
included beret, shirt/blouse,
pants/skirt, socks, and boots.
The new uniforms were
acquired with assistance from
the Area Representative Hon.
Erwin Contreras; His worship
the Mayor of Benque Viejo
Town Nicholas Ruiz; parents of
the Cadets and members of the
committee from Succotz and
Benque.
Also instrumental in making the
event possible were Community
Policing Instructors PC #140
Joshua Mckoy and PC #22
Bernard Villanueva as well as
the officer in charge of Succotz
Village, PC #1165 Jemaine
Young.
The Officer Commanding
Benque Viejo Police Sub-
Formation, Inspector Claudio
Mai took the opportunity to
extend heartfelt gratitude to
everyone who assisted in making
the event a huge success, in
particular all the Parents of the
Cadets and the people of Benque
Viejo Town on a whole.







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Esperanza Farmer Caught Chicken Thieves In The Act
One Of Whom Was Literally Found Holding The Bag


ESPERANZA VILLAGE,
Cayo District, Sunday,
December 13, 2009:
Alfredo Thompson, 39,
Belizean farmer of Esperanza
Village in the Cayo District
reported that on Sunday,
December 13, 2009 at about
2:00 p.m., his step son, Angel
Perriott, alerted him of the
presence of three suspicious
male persons on the farm in the
village.
Thompson rushed to the area
where he encountered two male,
creole persons standing in front
of his chicken house. One of
whom was holding a bag and
the third person was standing a
few feet away. They caught all
three persons and when the bag
was opened it was found to
contain 3 chicken valued at
BZ$50.
They were escorted to the San
Ignacio police station and
handed over to the police.
They were identified as


Belizeans Josue Winstor, 20,
labourer, Barrington Lopez, 28,
unemployed and Mark Gentle,
24, farmer, all residing in
Esperanza Village.
All three persons were
subsequently arrested and
formally charged for theft.
They all pleaded not guilty to
the charge and were offered and
met bail in the sum of $500.
They were ordered to return to
court on Wednesday, February
10, 2010.


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


This parcel of land is situated in the IVegi~lralion Section. SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2119.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3339 2000
dated 22nd August 2'())0 and recorded in Deeds Blook Volume 49
of 2000 at Folios 971-988 in favour of MARILYN ELIZABETH
GENTLE.

APPUCATION NO. LRS-200910750
This parcel of land is siiuated in Ihe Regislnilion Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOULTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1877.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 459/2008
dated 4th Febiruary, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of
2008 at Folios 997-1016 in lavour of TINA MARINA AUXILLOU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910752
This parcel of land is situated in the Relistrnlion Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Pared No. 1885.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Contii anjce No. 620 2008
dated 27th February. 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8
of 200(8 at Folios 869-890 in favour of TINA MARINA A UXILLOU
and ILNA ISIDORAAUXILLOU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910754
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No, 23 and being Paicel No. 2121.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Con\ eaurice No. 235 312003
da lted 27ih August, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 31 of
2003 at Folios 1219-1236 in favour of GERARDO ARCADIO
BALTA ZR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200210755
This parcel of land is situated in the RegistTation Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parel No. 2154.

This parcel of land is the stibj-zt of a Con',vyancc No. 1857 2001
dated 20th June. 2001 and recorded in. Deeds Book Volume 25 of
2001 at Folios 581-596 in favour of IRMA FLOWERS.

APPLICATION NO. I RS-200910756
This parcel of land is situated in the RetisIration Section,
SAN IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Paicel No.
1884,

This parcel of Land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2M0 2008
dated 15th January, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book \olumne 3 of
2008 at Folios 1225-1244 in favour of SIMON C. FERGUSON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200910760
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 2121.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 150/1998
daled 15th January. 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
2 of 1998 at Folios 1086-1093 in favouir of MELITA
FEINSTIEN.

APPLICATION NO. I RS-200910807
This parcel of land is situated in the Regi-hraiion Section, SAN
IGNACI)O SOUTH, Ilock No. 23 and being Parcels No. 66.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1057 of
1998 dated 28th December, 1998 in favour of MAURO E. SHISH
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(BPU) came upon the man
acting suspiciously on the
eastern bank of the Mopan River
I.. ~ as he carried a green sports
knapsack on his back. When the
bag was searched it was found
to contain 4 parcels of suspected
S"- marijuana wrapped in black
plastic and bound with brown
tape.
The man was identified as
Ramiro de Jesus Garcia
Palencia, 41, Guatemalan,


labourer from the village of El
Cruzadero, Melchor, Peten,
Guatemala.
He was transported to the
Benque Viejo Town police
station where the substance was
weighed amounting to 1,800
grams. He was formally arrested
and charged for drug trafficking,
and subsequently arraigned at
the Benque Viejo Magistrate
Court where he pleaded guilty
to the charge and was ordered to
forthwith pay a fine of $2,000.00
plus $5.00 cost of court in
default 1 year imprisonment


Ramiro de Jesus Garcia Palencia, 41


BENQUE VIEJO TOWN,
Cayo District, Thursday,
December 17, 2009:
It was shortly after 11:30 this
Thursday morning, December
17, 2009, when Benque Viejo


police nabbed a Guatemalan
with marijuana as he was
crossing into Belize from
neighboring Melchor De
Mencos, Peten, Guatemala.
The alert Border Patrol Unit


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Burglar Makes Double

SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Monday, December
14, 2009:
San Ignacio Police are yet to
make an arrest or recover any of
the property stolen from two
broad daylight burglaries in the
same building occupied by
different persons.
In the first incident, Lewin
Samuels, 42, Belizean Sales Tax
Officer of a Cahal Pech Area,
San Ignacio Town, address
reported that sometime between
9: o'clock in the morning and
12:45 in the afternoon of
December 14, the upstairs


Haul In One Building
cement house he rents from
Cesar Quiroz who lives
downstairs, was burglarized and
that the only item missing was a
plastic container with an
undetermined amount of Belize
dollars and coins.
Entry was gained by prying
open the front main door.
Harder hit was the landlord,
Cesar Quiroz, 23, Belizean
Hotel Manager who lives down-
stairs and rents the upstairs to the
first complainant.
Quiroz reported that sometime
between 8:45 that same morning
and 1: o'clock that afternoon his


IQO LIES [!II]IO T~F ~ IIC i [S


Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that JOHN
LOPEZ is applying for the renewal of
his PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
PALMS 2000 located in Esperanza
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 MIRIAM &
STEPHEN PLAYER are applying for
the renewal of their RESTAURANT
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year
2010 to operate FAIR BRIDGE
RESTAURANT located in Cristo Rey
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 AMALIA
SILVA is applying for the renewal of her
PUBLICAN GENERAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
ROSY'S STORE located at #11
St. Joseph Street, Benque Viejo Town in
the Cayo District. 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
MONTALVAN is applying for the
renewal of his MALT & CIDER
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2009
to operate MAYA GIAL located in the
Village of Blackman Eddy 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
SUTTON is applying for the renewal of
her MALT & CIDER LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
CLUB VIETMAN 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 TOM
GALLAGHER is applying for the
renewal of his RESTAURANT
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate MOON RACER FARM
LODGING & TOURS located at 9 Miles
Mountain Pine Ridge Road 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 FERMINA
DEPAZ is applying for the renewal of
her MALT & CIDER LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
MARLIN RESTAURANT located in
Duck Run II 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 JUN YAN
TAN is applying for the renewal of his
PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
CARIBBEAN RESTAURANT& BAR
located on Kennedy 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 FREDERICK
WARRIOR is applying for the renewal
of his PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
RIVERSIDE LODGE located in the
village of Bullet Tree Falls in the Cayo
District.


house was burglarized.
The items listed as stolen
include an assortment of
jewellery and two men's wrist
watch valued at BZ$500.00.
Investigators observed that
the thief or thieves entered the
building by prying open a side
door through which they might
have also exited.


Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that CARLOS
POPPER is applying for the renewal
of his RESTAURANT LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
FIVE SISTERS LODGE located in the
Mountain Pine Ridge Range 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 MALCOLM
McCORMICK and NICOLE
DANIELS are applying for the renewal
of their PUBLICAN SPECIAL
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2010
to operate ORLEANITO'S located in
Savanna 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 IRIS
MAHMUD is applying for the renewal
of her RESTAURANT LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
LOG CABINS located on the Western
Highway between San Ignacio and
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 JOSE
ARMANDO RIVERA is applying for
the renewal of his PUBLICAN
SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSE for the
year 2010 to operate EL CAMINOBAR
& GRILL located in Duck Run 1 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 ROSALILIA
CASTILLO & PERLA MAZA are
applying for the renewal of their MALT
& CIDER LIQUOR LICENSE for the
year 2010 to operate ROSES &
PERLA'S GYM REFRESHMENT
PARLOUR located at #8 Carillo Puerto
Avenue, Santa Elena Town,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 SAMO
MLAKAR is applying for the renewal
of his RESTAURANT LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate D
SPOT RESTAURANT & BAR 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 SONIA &
ORLANDO CASTELLANOS PERLA
are applying for the renewal of their
RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE
for the year 2010 to operate ROLSON
COCINA, CANTING & HOTEL
located at #24 Crenshaw 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 RAMON
VARGAS is applying for the renewal of
his MALT & CIDER LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to operate
MUNCHIES located in the Hillview
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 ORLANDO
MADRID is applying for the renewal
of his MALT & CIDER LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2009 to operate
SANDALS RESTAURANT & BAR
located in the village of Cristo Rey in the
Cayo District.


LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES

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


NAM E CERTIFICATE NO. REGISTRATION SECTION PARCEL NO.


MIRTAI B.ANCO 14514/06 W82 -1
RPIlCTIFRESHWAITR CREIK

DORINE PERDOMO 5771.'92 LAKE INDI[I.ND)NCE 603


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





(ETHEL EMFL, GLADDEN) (MS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS






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Belize & Guatemala Meet In Washinton DCt


BELMOPAN CITY, Cayo
District, Thursday, December
17, 2009:
A release from the
Government Press Office today
informed that Belize's Minister
of Foreign Affairs, Foreign
Trade and Attorney General, the
Hon. Wilfred Elrington, and
Guatemala's Minister of
Foreign Affairs, His Excellency
Haroldo Rodas, concluded a
one day meeting on December
16, 2009 in Washington, DC in
which they reviewed the
Confidence Building Measures
between both countries in effect
along the Adjacency Zone.
The meeting was held under
the auspices of His Excellency
Jose Miguel Insulza, Secretary
General of the Organization of
American States.
It was agreed that the OAS
would deploy a technical team
to the Belize Guatemala
Adjacency Zone to undertake an
evaluation of the implementation
of the Confidence Building
Measures, and to make
recommendations on how to
improve their effectiveness. It
was also agreed in principle
that the parties would establish
a high level group with
participation of the OAS, which
would be mandated to deal with
controversial issues that
may arise along the Belize
Guatemala border before they
could escalate and lead to
tension.
The Foreign Ministers of
Belize and Guatemala reiterated


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their commitment to advance
the process established in the
Special Agreement of December
8, 2008, in which they agreed
to submit the territorial
differendum to the International
Court of Justice for a final
resolution after obtaining the
approval of the people of Belize
and Guatemala via referenda.
The Secretary General of


the OAS underscored the
commitment of the OAS
to continue assisting and
accompanying the parties in
these important efforts.
The Belize delegation to the
meeting was led by Foreign
Minister Elrington and
included His Excellency
Alfredo Martinez, Ambassador
of Belize in Guatemala and


Chief Negotiator; Ambassador
Nestor Mendez, Ambassador of
Belize in the United States;
Representative of the Leader of
the Opposition; Ambassador
David Gibson, Ambassador
Diane Haylock, and Ms.
Cherie Nisbet, Counsellor at
the Embassy of Belize in
Washington, DC.
Minister Elrington and the
delegation return to Belize on
December 17, 2009.


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Israel Admits
Sumbitted by George Gonzalez
Published on Monday,
December 21, 2009 by The
Guardian/UK
by Ian Black
Israel has admitted that
pathologists harvested organs
from dead Palestinians, and
others without the consent of
their families a practice that it
said ended in the 1990s.
The admission, by the former
head of the country's forensic
institute, followed a furious
row prompted by a Swedish
newspaper reporting that Israel
was killing Palestinians in order
to use their organs a charge that
Israel denied and called
"antisemitic ".
The revelation, in a television
documentary, is likely to
generate anger in the Arab and
Muslim world and reinforce
sinister stereotypes of Israel and
its attitude to Palestinians. Iran's
state-run Press TV tonight
reported the story, illustrated
with photographs of dead or
badly injured Palestinians.
Ahmed Tibi, an Israeli Arab
MP, said the report incriminated
the Israeli army.
The story emerged in an
interview with Dr. Yehuda Hiss,
former head of the Abu Kabir
forensic institute near Tel Aviv.
The interview was conducted in
2000 by an American academic
who released it because of the
row between Israel and Sweden
over a report in the Stockholm
newspaper Aftonbladet.
Channel 2 TV reported that in
the 1990s, specialists at Abu
Kabir harvested skin, corneas,
heart valves and bones from the
bodies of Israeli soldiers, Israeli
citizens, Palestinians and
foreign workers, often without
permission from relatives.
The Israeli military confirmed
to the programme that the
practice took place, but added:
"This activity ended a decade
ago and does not happen any
longer."
Hiss said: "We started to
harvest corneas... whatever was
done was highly informal. No
permission was asked from the
family."
However, there was no
evidence that Israel had killed
Palestinians to take their organs,
as the Swedish paper reported.
Aftonbladet quoted Palestinians
as saying young men from the
West Bank and Gaza Strip had


Harvesting Palestinian Organs


been seized by the Israeli forces
and their bodies returned to their
families with missing organs.
The interview with Hiss was
released by Nancy Scheper-
Hughes, professor of anthropol-
ogy at the University of
California-Berkeley who had
conducted a study ofAbu Kabir.
She was quoted by the
Associated Press as saying that
while Palestinians were "by a
long shot" not the only ones
affected, she felt the interview
must be made public, because
"the symbolism, you know, of
taking skin of the population
considered to be the enemy, [is]
something, just in terms of its
symbolic weight, that has to be
reconsidered."
Israel demanded that Sweden
condemn the Aftonbladet article,


calling it an antisemitic "blood
libel". Stockholm refused,
saying that to do so would
violate freedom of speech in the
country. The foreign minister
then cancelled a visit to Israel,
just as Sweden was taking over
the EU's rotating presidency.
Hiss was removed from his
post in 2004, when some details


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reported, but he still works at the
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Israel's health ministry said all
harvesting was now done with
permission. "The guidelines at
that time were not clear, "it said
in a statement to Channel 2. "For
the last 10 years, Abu Kabir has
been working according to
ethics and Jewish law."


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Salesman Fined Less Than Half The Amount
He Admitted To Taking From His Boss


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Monday, December 14, 2009:
The case against a Belize City
salesman, accused of making off
with over $2200 in monies
collected from his employer,
concluded today in San Ignacio's
Magistrate Court.
Miguel Mahitani, 26, propri-
etor of Delta Store in Belize City,
reported that Lionel Anthony
Jones, 26, Belizean salesman, of
a Fresh Water Pond address in
the Belize District, between the
months of September and
November 2009, collected over
$2,200 from clients in the San
Ignacio/Santa Elena area and
failed to pay in these collections.
Documentary evidence
presented in court by Mahitani
revealed that on the 3rd
September 2009, Jones, who
has been working for him as a
salesman just a little over a
year, collected the sum of
$380.49 from Chen's Supermar-
ket in Santa Elena.
The evidence further revealed
that on September 29, 2009 he
collected an additional $898.08
from Huang's Super Store in


San Ignacio; $389.80 from Jones was arrested in San
Tam's Store on October 9th and Ignacio on Thursday, December
$560.08 from PK Store in San 10, he was held over the
Ignacio on November 10 weekend in police custody and
amounting to $2,228.45 without was taken before Magistrate
paying these monies in to Delta Anna Rachel Montejo on
Store. Monday 14th December where
Mexico Citj MoVes T'o Lealize
Same _ex Marriagq
C tu Fo 'ag e8Most of the opposition in the
well as adoptions by gay city's legislature came from
couples, and some cities in President Felipe Calderon's
Argentina have adopted similar conservative National Action
laws. Party, which has threatened to
Proponents praised the bill as take the city to court if Ebrard
helping remove the stigma and does not veto the measure.
discriminatory practices that hurt Also opposed was the Roman
gays, while opponents decried Catholic Church, which labeled
what they called an affront to the the proposal immoral, saying
institution of family. marriage must hold the promise
"This is wonderful," gay of procreation. Cardinal
rights activist Judith Vasquez Norberto Rivera Carrera said the
said from the noisy legislature law created the "perverse
floor, where proponents chanted, possibility" that "innocent
"Yes, we could!" and waved children" would be adopted by
rainbow flags. Gay "couples gay couples.
have effectively been together "It is an aberration," said
for years, decades, centuries," activist Jorge Serrano Limon.
she said. "But now it is our "Marriage cannot be between
right." men. That is absurd."


he pleaded guilty to the charge.
He was fined $1,000 plus $5 cost
of court being less than 50% of
the amount he was accused of
embezzling.
While the $1,000 is to be paid
into government's coffers, it is
now up to Mahitani and Delta
Store to proceed by way of civil
suit for the full recovery of
their missing monies.
Mexico City, as a rule, is less
conservative than much of the
rest of the country, relatively
open to sexual freedoms and
expressions.
Under Ebrard and his
Democratic Revolution Party, or
PRD, which controls the
legislature, Mexico City has
been at the forefront of social
policy, often taking stances a far
distance from other parts of the
country.
The city, for example,
legalized abortion in 2007, a
decision that has since backfired
and prompted states across
Mexico to dig in their heels
against abortion.
"They have given Mexicans
a very bitter Christmas,"
Armando Martinez Gomez,
president of the College of
Catholic Attorneys, told The
Times.


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Donation of Medical Equipment & Supplies Received
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
CAYO DISTRICT, Friday,
December 18, 2009:
BYe Robert Trausch .a h
The Doroteia Pathways
Foundation through the efforts g
of its representative, Robert ...i
Trausch assisted by Michael ....
Martin, this week supervised V d
the importation and donation of
over $300,000 worth of medical
equipment and supplies for dis-
tribution to the various hospital ,
across the country.
In this humanitarian venture,.
there are so many I must
personally thank for helping to
make this donation of medical (L-R) Robert Trausch and Michael Martin
equipment and supplies to the
people of Belize possible. have forgotten to recognize, I First Doroteia Pathways
Any person or organization I truly apologize. Foundation would like to thank

A Popular Boledo/Lottery Vendor Robbed AGAIN!
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motorcycle he rides and other
personal documents.
Armed with the identity of one
of the suspects, a team of
policemen rushed to Georgeville
where they conducted a search
inside a house on a nearby
citrus farm.
The search led to the
discovery of the knapsack along
with the 7 books, the tools,
personal documents and about
$14 in change. The recovered
items were identified by the
complainant to be his property.
These items were found
alongside two dark masks, a
green 16 gauge cartridge and a
home-made chrome contraption
bandaged with black electrical
tape.
According to the police, the
contraption is designed to
discharge 16 gauge cartridges.
No one was found inside the
house at the time of the search
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that one of the robbers is a
Guatemalan who is wanted on
similar reports.
Tillett is a boledo/lottery
vendor for Lin's Super Store, 164
Western Highway in Santa
Elena. Each of the five lottery
books carry one sheet with 20
pieces of number from 00 to 99.
A review of the books shows of
the total 100 available pieces of
69, that Sunday's winning
number, there was still 50 pieces
in the books two of them with
the full sheet intact while a third
one had half of the sheet, being
ten pieces missing. The complete


the Minister of Economic
Development, Hon. Erwin
Contreras and his knowledge-
able staff for their help and
guidance.
Also, thanks to Dr. Jorge
Polanco and the Minister of
Health, Hon. Pablo Marin and
Prime Minister, Hon. Dean
Barrow in his capacity as
Minister of Finance for their
speedy work in responding to
our requests for assistance.
Thanks to Mayor Nicholas
Ruiz of Benque Viejo Town for
his helpful input.
Customs Broker Mr. Melvin
Torres who made our
experience receiving the shipped
supplies from the Port of Belize
as smooth as possible. Thank
you!
To Mr. Hector Silva Jr.,
Manager of the Cayo Center for
Employment Training for
generously allowing us to store,
sort and deliver these much
needed medical equipment and
supplies to the appropriate
hospitals and clinics.
To all the people who helped
move the supplies from the Port
of Belize to CET in San Ignacio,
we couldn't have done it
without you.
A very special thank you to
Mr. Richard Tzul and Ms.
Luciel Sosa for their guidance,
support, knowledge, compassion
and just for being there for us
throughout this first attempt to
ship goods internationally.
I would also like to recognize
Janice Walker of Project Save
and her amazing staff for
helping me to gather the
medical equipment and supplies
for the people of Belize.
Again, thanks to all the people
who worked so hard.


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The 2 masks


sheet from the other two books
were missing.
All items are held by the
police as exhibit as the search
continues for the robbers.




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