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THE SHOCKING, SUDDEN


PASSING OF
SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo District,
Wednesday, February 3, 2010:
It is with immense sadness that Desol
and Cecilio Neal, announce the sudden
passing of the youngest of their three
children, Cecilio Ignacio Neal Jr. 34, also
known as "Letch", who passed away at
around 11:30 am on Saturday, January 30,
2010.
Reports reaching the family indicate
that he was traveling southbound on the
Interstate 10 Freeway in Arizon, USA,
heading to New Mexico on a return trip to
Belize when he began feeling ill. He
reportedly pulled off the freeway and parked

Two Brothers Charged

For Handling Stolen Goods
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo, Thursday,
February 4, 2010:
The arrest of two brothers from Blackman
Eddy Village, and the recovery a substantial
amount of reported stolen items, is said to
be a major breakthrough in recent burglary
reports lodged at the new police substation
in the village of Georgeville.
With the increasing number of reported
burglaries, Georgeville police under the
command of Police Corporal 609, Jose
Sierra, mounted a joint Police/BDF
operation in the community during the early
morning hours of Tuesday, February 2, 2010.
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AN ONLY SON
the Chevy Silverado truck he was driving
with a mobile home in tow.
Since he was traveling alone with no
assistance nearby, he pulled out his telephone
and made a call to his brother-in-law, Elbert
Flowers, who was waiting for him in
Houston, Texas.
Reports indicate that before Elbert could
respond, the phone went silent. Elbert
reportedly contacted a friend in the area
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There Is A New Medical
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo District,
Thursday, February 4, 2010:
She is fresh out of medical school. She is
brilliant. She is young. She is from Benque
Viejo Del Carmen. She is the new Medical
Chief of Staff at the San Ignacio Town
Hospital. She is Dr. Angelica Rosado.
Dr. Rosado graduated in 2009 with a
Diploma in General Medicine from the
University of San Carlos Medical School in
Guatemala City.
Her appointment was announced, and
came into effect, on Monday, February 1,
2010, during a meeting with San Ignacio
Hospital doctors called by the Western
Regional Manager, Mrs. Pearl Ellis.
Dr. Angelica Rosado replaces Dr. Misael
Ramirez whose medical expertise, it was
determined, could be more effectively
utilized at the hospital by relieving him of
the added administrative responsibilities.


Cecilio Ignacio "Letch" Neal Jr
SUNRISE: August 14, 1975
SUNSET: January 30, 2010
Chief Of Staff In Town


Dr. Angelica Rosado
We join the community and the Staff of
the San Ignacio Town Hospital in wishing
the new Medical Chief of Staff all the very
best in her new position.


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The Pros And Cons

Liable For Crimes
SUBMITTED BY: Al
Eastmond, San Ignacio Town
A controversial new law
making parents civilly liable for
the crimes of their children will
go before Parliament next
month. But can it work in
Bermuda? The Royal Gazette
looks at the pros and cons of the
Parental Responsibility Bill
2010.
When Home Affairs Minister
David Burch first mooted the
idea of punishing parents for the
misdemeanours of their children,
he stressed that he was sharing
his personal opinion and not that
of the Cabinet.
"If a child is charged with a
crime it is my view that the
parent should be standing in the
dock charged with them," he
told a press conference in
February 2008.
Fast forward two years and
it appears that the outspoken
Senator has persuaded his
political colleagues of the
merits of such a stance.
It's perhaps no surprise given
that crime especially gang
and gun violence perpetrated by
young men is the public's
number one concern.
The Parental Responsibility
Bill modelled in part on the
UK's Anti-social Behaviour Act
2003 will be tabled in
Parliament on February 5.
If approved, it won't mean
parents will face a criminal trial
for the actions of their offspring
- but they may have to go
before a magistrate and suffer
financial penalties if their child
is guilty of wrongdoing. Parents
who are proven to be complicit
in a crime committed by their
child could be fined as much
as $10,000. And those who
encourage or contribute to a
child's criminal behaviour could
be looking at a bill of up to
$5,000.
Social workers will compile
reports for magistrates, who will
have the ability to make orders
compelling parents to attend
counselling including drug
rehabilitation, parenting classes
and anger management.
Similar laws exist around
the world, including in the
US, Canada, Australia and
Britain, and opinion on their
appropriateness and effective-
ness is often starkly divided.


Of Making Parents

Of Their Children
The town of Silverton in
Oregon was the first place in the
States to hold parents legally
accountable in such a way. It
reported a significant reduction
in juvenile crime and truancy
after it passed an ordinance in
the mid 1990s which meant
parents could be charged with
failing to supervise a minor.
But critics argued that it was
dangerous to give the courts so
much power and questioned
whether the state ought to be able
to define the meaning of a good
parent.
In Bermuda, the question of
whether bad parenting is the
primary cause of juvenile
delinquency and whether the
latter can be stamped out by
legally forcing parents to
be more accountable is a
contentious one.
Attorney General Kim Wilson
is convinced legislation can
make a difference. "Being the
mother of an eight- and
five-year old, I know firsthand
the challenges involved in
raising responsible children
who we pray will grow into
responsible adults," she told
The Royal Gazette.
"In most cases a child's
behaviour is a complete
reflection of how they are
being raised. As children get
older, it's acknowledged that
we cannot be everywhere our
children are, but what we can
do is make sure as best as
possible that we honour and
adhere to our duty to teach our
children right from wrong.
We may do all that we can as
parents to give our children the
tools andguidance necessary to


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keep them on the right path;
however, we all know of cases
where despite the parents' best
efforts, the child ends up on
the wrong side of the law. The
proposed legislation is not
geared at those parents."
Senator Wilson added: "I am
of the belief that this legislation
will make parents take a more
active role in their children's
lives and start to ask questions
about their child's activities and
whereabouts."
Others are less sure. Family
campaigner Sheelagh Cooper
opposes the new law, believing
it would punish single mothers
already struggling to make ends
meet and raise a family.
"My initial reaction is that
this is grandstanding, she said.
"It's an attempt to create
the illusion that something
is being done. The legislation
exists to do this already and
they rarely use it.
It's clear that the
Government misunderstands
the problem and is not really


particularly interested in
looking in any great depth at
what's going on in the lives of
parents."
Ms Cooper argues that
minors are not the ones largely
responsible for gang and gun
violence. "What we have been
witnessing over the last several
months these people are not
children.
These are grown adults. The
law is targeting a population
that should still be in school.
Given that, we ought to be
delivering programmes in
class that address some of these
problems and increasing the
number ofschool counsellors."
Martha Dismont, executive
director of the Family Centre,
wants Government to consult
widely before passing a
parental responsibility law.
"How are you going to make
parents responsible?" she
asked. "I would love to work
with legislators to find ways to
put in healthy and positive
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Ministry Of Wi
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Friday, February 5, 2010:
San Ignacio Police, in conjunc-
tion with their Guatemalan
counterpart, the Policia Nacional
Civil (PNC) in neighboring
Melchor De Mencos, Peten,
Guatemala, are working over
time in an effort to secure the
safe return of a Ministry of
Works, 120H Caterpillar grader
which was reportedly stolen
shortly after midday on
Wednesday, February 3, 2010.
According to the grader
operator, Dwayne Arthurs, of a
Roaring Creek Village address in
the Cayo District, he had just
resumed working, after having
his midday meal, when he was
held up at gunpoint by three
spanish speaking male persons,
whilst working on a feeder road
in the Young Gial Area near
Teakettle Village.
Arthurs was reportedly
ordered off the machine and was
stripped of his pants, shirt and
other personal belongings after
which he was tied to a tree. He
was reportedly instructed to stay


orks Grader Reported Stolen


The 120H


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Caterpillar grader, similar to the one reported
stolen from the Ministry of Works


put as the assailants drove off
with the grader. It was not until
more than three hours later
that he was able to report the
incident.
Police investigations revealed
that the assailants drove the
grader out of the Young Gial
Road to its junction with the
Western Highway in Teakettle
village. They then proceeded
through the villages of Ontario
and Blackman Eddy before
exiting the Western Highway at


its junction with the Iguana
Creek Road subsequently
travelling from Spanish Lookout
all the way up to Bullet Tree
Falls before crossing into
Guatemala.
Investigation revealed that
whilst travelling on the Western
Highway the grader was
escorted by a pickup truck with
three armed male persons seated
in the back of the pickup truck.
Investigation further revealed
that upon crossing the border


into Guatemala, the grader was
mounted onto a trailer attached
to a towhead for the remainder
of the journey deeper into
Guatemala.
Information reaching us
indicates that investigators came
upon a similar looking machine
in Guatemala but when the
numbers were checked it turned
out not to be the stolen grader.
Chief Executive Officer in
the Ministry of Works, Engineer
Cadet Henderson, informed, in
a radio interview, that the
equipment has a replacement
value of $350,000 and that it
recently underwent major
repairs. He further informed that,
with the absence of this piece of
equipment, the Ministry of
Works grading capability has
been reduced by 50%. The
Ministry is therefore anxious for
the safe return of this vital piece
of equipment and hopefully
for the prosecution of those
responsible for pulling off this
brazen criminal act.


Announcing The Winners of Rotary's

Voice Of The West Elocution Contest


BY: Rotarian John Acott
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Monday, February 1,
2010:
The 8th annual Voice of the
West elocution competition was
held on Thursday 21st January at
Hode's Place in San Ignacio.
This very popular Rotary
project, open to all high school
students in the Cayo District, is
held annually to encourage
public speaking in our high
schools and is carried out in
front of a large audience of
parents, teachers, Rotarians and
the general public.
There are four categories for
the students to choose from:
Impromptu Speech; Published
Poems & Excerpts; Original
Poetry, and Essay Writing.
The standard of entries this
year was, as usual, very high
and it was indeed a tough task
for judges Dr. Delita Tonti,
former Rotarian; Dr. Lydia
Balderamos Loskot from
GalenUniversity and Armando
Leiva, Rotarian and Education
Officer, to choose the winning
entries.


Melanie Magdaleno from Eden High School receiving
3rd Prize in the Published Poems and Excerpts category


Cash prizes are awarded for each
category and the following
students earned 1st place prize:
In the Essay Writing category -
Matthew Gomez from Our Lady
of Guadalupe High School;
Original Poetry Isai Garcia
from Eden SDA High School;
Published Poems & Excerpts -
Joshua Pech from Western
Nazarene High School; and


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Princess International (San Ignacio) Ltd.
In The Haiti Earthquake Relief Effort
PRINCESS CASINO, San to the satisfaction of all of us in
Ignacio Town, Sunday, attendance.
January 31, 2010: As the event came to a close,
In doing its part to assist in the Casino Manager, Bulent
the Haiti Earthquake relief Yesilyurt, took to the stage and
effort, the Princess International announced that the event yielded
(San Ignacio) Limited proudly slightly over $10,000 in cash
hosted a "Hope For Haiti Now" which, he said, is going directly
fund raising event on Sunday to the relief effort. He also took
January 31, 2010. the opportunity to issue
The event featured live certificates of appreciation to
performances by San Ignacio's sponsors which included the San
Jade Band, the General himself, Ignacio Hotel Resort, Running
Supa G, alongside DJ Scanless W, Shell San Ignacio, Bismillah
all of whom donated their time Stores, Supa G, Jade Band, DJ
and talent for the worthy cause. Scanless, Javier Gutierrez,
Despite the fact that they were Belize Telemedia Limited,
donating their time and talent, Amandala, STAR Newspaper
the performers gave of their best among others.
Two Brothers Charged
For Handling Stolen Goods


off in the back seat. They
initially told the police that they
were relaxing and listening to
music on the car's sound system.
A search of the interior and the
trunk of the car resulted in the
discovery of a large quantity of
previously reported stolen items


including laptop computers and
accessories and one 18 karat gold
bracelet.
A search of the Martinez house
led to the further discovery of
more reported stolen items
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The accused brothers,
Jaime Martinez, 19 and Morris Martinez, 17


After searching several houses
in the area, at around 6:00 a.m.
the team arrived at the Society
Hall Road, Blackman Eddy
Village, residence of Jaime
Martinez, 19, where the team
encountered Martinez and his
17 year old brother, Morris


Martinez, relaxing in a red
Geo Prism car with Belmopan
license plates C-1110 which
was parked in the yard near
the house.
Jaime was reportedly relaxing
in the driver's seat and his
younger brother was sprawled


Jaime Martinez' red Geo- Prism car with Belmopan license
plates C-1110 at the San Ignacio Police Compound

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Saturday, Febraury 13th

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Alongside DJ Diamond


Make It A Valentine To Remember


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The General, Proudly Displaying
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Eulogy For
BY. Eduardo "Dito" Juan
It's a boy! These were the
joyous words that heralded the
bouncing 10 pounder into the
world, that special Sunday at
6:45 am on August 14th, 1975.
Cecilio Ignacio Neal Jr. was
the missing piece of the puzzle
that would complete their small
family. Giving birth to their two
elder daughters, Josephine &
Cecilia was great; having a son
was the icing on the cake.
Cecilio grew up right here in
Santa Elena, he began his
formal education at Ms.
Rosado's Pre School in San
Ignacio, Sacred Heart Primary
School and then Santa Elena
Primary School.
"Letch ", as he was affection-
ately called was always more
comfortable with the outdoor


Cecilio Ignacio Neal Jr


Cecilio Ignacio Neal Jr., 34
life, so he decided to abandon his
post primary education which he
was pursuing at the Eden S.D.A
High School in Santa Elena
Town and began fending for
himself. Though only in his
early teens "Letch" chose to
become a man and put his
shoulder to the wheel.
He tried his hands at various
jobs from land clearing to


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and Big H.
He then began working for his
brother-in-law whom he looked
up to as his very own brother.
This job, among other things
afforded him the privilege of
encountering many individuals
with whom he developed many
formidable and lasting friend-
ships both at home and abroad.
In his spare time "Letch"
enjoyed watching football and
also played feech. As a matter
of fact he excelled in the latter.
This is evident in the many
trophies displayed on his
mantelpiece at home.
After attempting various
ventures, and being so
determine, he finally took his
younger sister's advice and
initiated his own operation by
owning a dump truck of which
he was proud.
He sure had accomplished a lot
in his life, growing in the
Baptist faith he knew the Lord
well. Brother Cecilio, the father,
confirmed that just before


"Letch 's" final trip, he quizzed
his son on his standing with
Jesus Christ. "Letch "made a fist
and thumped his chest, "He's
right here Dad, right here!"
On Jananuary 30th, being as
hard working as he was and
whilst on the job, the Lord ,
looked down, greeted him with
a smile and with outstretched
arms, welcomed him home. He
now joins his daughter Keilyn
who predeceased him by a few
years.
"Letch" will be long
remembered by his parents
Cecilio and Desol Neal, two
sisters Josephine and Cecilia,
four children, Karim, Shannel,
Chantal and Lasha, his
common law wife Dorita, his
niece Aidian and two nephews
Zamir and Elbert Jr., Brother
in Law Elbert Flowers Sr.,
grandfather Theodoro Neal and
a host of aunts, uncles, cousins
and friends.
Rest in peace now our beloved
son, brother, father, grandson,
nephew, friend and common law
husband!


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Dangriga Man Pleas Guilty To Drug Trafficking


BENQUE VIEJO TOWN,
Cayo District, Thursday,
February 4, 2010:
Benque Viejo Police this
week found over 900 grams of
marijuana on a commuter bus
resulting in the arrest of a man
from Dangriga Town.
It was around 5:30 am on
Wednesday, February 3, 2010,
when a team of law enforcement
officers, comprising Police,
BDF and Immigration officials
manning a checkpoint between
miles 71 and 72 on the Western
Highway just outside of the
village of San Jose Succotz

Fined Almost $500 F<
BENQUE VIEJO TOWN,
Cayo District, Thursday,
February 4, 2010:
Police on routine patrol in
Benque Viejo Town shortly af-
ter the midnight hour on
Wednesday conducted a search
in a private car resulting in the
discovery of a contraption de-
signed for the smoking of crack
cocaine.
A dark green Daewoo four
door car with Belize City license
plate C-32836 driven at the time
by Gregori Vilensky, 20, Israeli
Manager of mile 63 Western
Highway, Esperanza Village,
who was alone in the vehicle.
Unon checking inside the car


Jermaine Zuniga, 23


stopped and checked a D&E
Bus.

or A Sprite Crack Pipe


Gregori Vilensky, 20


the police saw a small heat
twisted green plastic bottle with
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A male person on the bus was
reportedly acting suspiciously
and when he was searched
nothing incriminating was found
on his person. However a check
under the seat where he was
sitting resulted in the discovery
of a black plastic bag contain-
ing suspected marijuana.
The man and the merchandise
were taken off the bus and
transported to the Benque Viejo
Police station where he was
identified as Jermaine Zuniga,
23, Belizean laborer of #3 Rice
Street, Dangriga Town, and
when weighed, the substance
tipped the scale at 907 grams.
Zuniga was subsequently


The object was retrieved and
upon inspection and based on
the residue thereon police
concluded that was designed
for the smoking of crack cocaine.
Vilenski informed of the the
offence committed. He was
escorted to the Benque Viejo
Police station where he was
formally arrested and charged
for "Possession of Pipe".
He appeared in court later that
day where he pleaded guilty to


The twisted sprite bottle
used as a crack pipe


The weed
arrested and formally charged
for Drug Trafficking.
He was taken to court later that
same Wednesday where he
pleaded guilty to the charge and
was ordered to pay a fine of
$1,005.00 cost of court inclusive
in default on year imprisonment.


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of court in default of paying the
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


In accordance with Section 13 of the Ri iirod Laid Act Chapwer 194,
Ro; isd EdihICi1 12'). I. PATRICIA ROBATEAU PEREZ. rol Re1izrar of Liads.
hrcbN serve nuuvc tthat% %i ihin 'nc' nlnth from the datc hcrc,)f I intend to register
the following parcels of land listed below for which application for first
registration have been received-

The attcnrtin of Lhe gcgmral public is hcreby drawn to this notice. Any person
w hose rights and interest may be affected 1wr c IsIeii c'tiei.s parcels trist
vtin touch with me before expiry dateof this notice btexveen Nandj s w Fridays
at the Lanid RepsuV%, le]n opan-




(P(MRS)'IA R01H1.-%TE HlJ [rMRS.)
for RESIST RAR OF LANDS


APPLICATION NO. LRIS-2010M0575
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Sec itin. ALBERTeTwi ESOP, Block
No. 4-5 and being Parcel No. 1548,

Th Is parcel oH land is the subj ect of a Deed of Assent No. 1036 of 1992 dated Ith
Max. 1lici2 and recorded in Deeds B&04. Vol iw 12 of I 19 at Folios 273-284 in
fhavurof'HALINA SH IO!NAN. SARAH DINA SHON1 AN,.IOSE SHOM I N N.R.,
Y4SMIN SROM AN & IR UTI ITSI IO I11MAN-dectased

.APLICAIION NO. LRS-2I0I1LUMiI
Thfis parcel of land is situated in the Roi isti atioi i SectionL ALBERTAMESOP, Block
No. 45 and being Parcel No. 426

This parcel of land iH die h~bjeciL ofa Deed of Convevance No. 273 crf2 (1( daled
18th January, ?CjOR and recorded in Deeds Rook Volume 4 of 200 at Folios
18 1- I'2 in faxour oII E LDA.HG LNl IrNAALAR-l3O.

L-FfPLICATLON1NQ. LRS-201 DIM58
This pairccl of land is iitimwtdJ in the Registraticn Section, VALLEY
COMML'NIT V/ALTA VISTA. Block No, 31 and being Parce lNo. 64.

This parccl of land is the sbujcct of a Convcvancc No. 21 6a of 2006 datcd 24th
April. 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 28 of 201('W at Folios 165-174 in
ti %our Ul'fERALDI NF SANCHEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000633
This parcel of land is situated in tle Registration Section, ORANGE %VXLK TOWN,
Block No. 4 and hcinIg Parcl No. 3477,

This parcel ofTIand is die subject of a Conveyance No. I,(A9 of I199- dated 244h
August. 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 18 of19"2 at Vol ios 13 01-13 10
in favour ofNIINELIA GOM EZ.

AyCLACA.TIOr'N NO. 1, S-2OJ DO645
This parcel of land is situated in the Re, I trat lion Seedi6on. DANC RIGA NORTH,
Rlock No. 31 and being Parcel No- 656-

This parcel of land is tih subjeci of a MiniLe FiFl atianL.Nu 302 of2u(1.'1 Ldai'.d
I 6th Nla%. 2C7(1 in favorofAVIS NICASIO & (EDWARD JAMES NICASIO -
Demojsed -1

,'PPI1IC1C IOf1 NNO. LRS-201D00648
This parcel -c land is situated in the Registration Section, ORA NGE W I K TOWN,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No- 3395-

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conm c% ;inc' No. 1472 of I 'Ik4 dated I t1t
July. 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17 of 1994 at Folios 1147-1154 in
ai uro kfEKENNET H DAW SON.

APPLI(1A ION NO. LRS-2OI IM16-5%5
This parcel of land is situated in die R iu. ti iutrli i SecIiImi. DA NG RIC A SOUTH,
Block No 31 mndb6mi nParcel No. 1660 & 1661.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 401Q9 of I rL"'h6 dated 13th
September, 1946 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of 1996 at Folios 53-64
in favmurof ERNEST CARTER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201D0a0659
This parvekfd nd b !1uiLed In die RcrVisthufin SeLiUuL SAN IIGNAC10 SOUTH,
Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2456.

This pw-l of fland iN thc subject of a DMcd of Convcyancc. No. 2803 of 200x daied


3rd Sopwnmbr, 2008 and recordWd in Devos Bwk- Voluhun 34 of 2008 aL Fo~ios
791-802 in favourof CAROLYN MAE HALL & CAROLYN MAE HALL IN
'ITRt:S'I' FOR .A i:\ANDER V4U'CROSSON & DANIELA ~ (CROSSON.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-201000J660
This parcel ofland is situated in the Reitr1rntiou nSccfi~n.6 .-N IGNACIOS OUTH,
Block No 23 and being Parcel No- 2457.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2X0-4 of 20 IXN
dated 3rd September, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book kNlumre 38 of 2008 at
Folhc ,,(3-8 141n l h ouro fIA RO LYN MAE HALL & C.AROLYN M AIE HALL
N TRUST FOR ALEXANDER AVCRO )S'O N & DANT[ELL'tCROrSON.

APPLICATION NO- LRS201~O693
This parcelofland is situated in the Rcgzistration Section. SAN ESTE .AN,B13kjk
Na 1 and being Parcel No. 300.

This parcel of land is rhe subject of a Deed of Gift No. 4632 of 1996 dated 2 5 LI
November, 1l996androcordod in Doedrs Bdk Volumc 2neSfi IP'Ag at Freihs 1097-
1I I'0 in favour of JOVITA CASTILLO & AMELIO CASINO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201ION714
-hiss parcel ofr ind LSt ~itulad ui the RqistribSlrxl SLion. SAN IGN ACTO SOITH L
Block \.o 23 and being Pnrcel No. 1888.

This parcel of land is the subject ofl Deed a F Con evance No 117') u I' d-icld
241Ii April 2W8IX and recorded in Deeds 13,'o Volume 14 oC 2008 at Folk's
1293-131[2 in favourof CYNT.IIA YORKE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-Q01000713
Thisparceloflaind 15 is ILuLc~d in the Rcj-?Lr1aL1-in1 SectiOn. S4N IGNA.CIO SOUTH,
Bick No. 23 and being Parcel No. 815.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Docd of Conveyance No. 2175 of 2005
dated 4th July, 2005 a"n recvornd in Deeds Book olum e 29 of"(1 i5 at Fllios
297 -300 in favour of JlIDITH WI LL IANISON & LOt RDETTE USHER as
Administrnarices of the Estate of RICH A RD HO.ARE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000739
This parcel ofhlind is ~ilunCd in the Rq iPratiion Scction, VISTA DEL MAR.
BIhxtk N-L 16 and being ParcclINo. 1207.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 173f1 ol' 1993 dated 24th
August, 1993 and nreLrdkd dn Dcrd sBook Velume- 2'1. cXf I "'l3 at Folios 9U-9-(p Irn
favourofLIUANGiTUNGC -1NG

APPLI(A IION RNO. LRS--2010U 1743
Tliis parcel of land is situated in due Rciff.u1t.10 Sci Se io. DA N G RI UA SOUTH,
Block No, 31 and being Parcel No. XO.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 821 1`2000c datcd
13th Sqpmcnibc-r, 'W000 in favorof EZ EKIL VEL.ASQUIEZ.

1PrLcIC.AIoN NO. LRS-20](XV744
This parcel of land issituated in thdie Rcstrliiioin Section. DA tGRIGA SM. 1KH,
Bloclk-No, -31uIdbceing Parcel NQ 1900.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyrance No. 237-1 of -'(M 6
dated 5th Octobcr 200J5 and rmicordcd in D[cds Book Volumc 31 of 2(X05 at
Folios 1275-1286 in favour of RN'N& ESPINAL & ISABEL ESPINAL
(Jointly).

APFL1C&QN-NO.LRS-2010007163
Tbisparcld ofiand is situated in the Rcqisatacn Swicin. OR.A NGE' A LIk lOW P,
Block No. 4 and being Parc el No. 2035.

This parcel of land is tlhe subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 1246 of YN 1' ,
dated 1 ZLh November,_OO in faorolI' il[ LARIO ES(ALAN'I'L.

APPLICATION NO. L.RS-1.01000764
71"pmeu~loflwwl ib siwal~in xR-qistrafion Soetion,0114,NGE WALKTO WNt~
Block No 4 and bcing Parcel No. 20.

ThiL parccil ofland 'i, the suhic ci nfa Ministir's Fiat (iart N 7') &o 2W1 4' datd
7th No% inber. 2004 in favorofM NARCOS PORFIRIO NOVELO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000765
These parceql Iarlzad =c !sLuaId III die Regisurion Section, PLACENTI NORTH,
Block No 36 and being Parcels No. 1975 & 1976.


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Belize, A Rich Country With Poor People


Dear STAR;
The recently released Country
Poverty Assessment (CPA)
revealed astounding data about
a sizeable sector of Belizeans
living in extreme poverty.
What is extreme poverty?
Who are these Belizeans?
Where did they come from ?
Who is responsible? Is poverty


an intentional replay of society's
intolerance and incapacity to
build the bridges that keeps them
poor ?
The questions are numerous
and the solutions are few. The
contradiction is that Belize is a
rich country with 350,000
people or less, with a per capital
income that shrinks yearly.


teadoris OAe


As an Applied Linguist, my
recommendation is that we stop
playing cheap politics with
Belizeans lives.
We need a 30-year economic
and educational plan that will
help build the bridge to move us
into the future.
In 30 years, we can revamp
our educational system, agricul-
tural, tourism and petro base,
creating a multi-lingual society.
A society that is verse in
English, Spanish, Mandarin, etc.
Language is power! It is via the


Agriculture Minister Holds

Meetings In San Antonio Toledo


BELMOPAN CITY, Cayo,
Thursday, February 4, 2010:
Minister of Agriculture and
Fisheries the Hon. Rene
Montero held a meeting with
the Maya Green Growers, the
Women's Group of San Antonio
and the Oxmulkaa Women's
group all from San Antonio
Village, Cayo District.
The Minister stated that the
purpose of the meeting was to
implement a way forward for
the two women groups and
assist them in projects that
will benefit the villagers in
generating employment in that
village and surrounding rural
communities.
At the meeting, it was also
discussed and agreed upon that
both groups will get involved in
the processing of Hot Pepper for
commercial and sale purposes
and that assistance will be
provided to them by the
technical staff of Ministry of
Agriculture and the Republic of
China. The San Antonio
Women's Group will be
involved in the production of


broiler and the Oxmulkaa group,
compromised of 18 women, will
be involved in the production of
bread for sale. Production will
be dealt by one group and the
other group will manage the
processing.
While with the Maya Green
Growers it was agreed that the
farmers will receive training
and assistance from the
technical staff from Ministry of
Agriculture to start commercial-
izing their organic products. The
Maya Green Growers who are
composed of 30 young farmers
ranging from the age of 16 years
to 35 years are presently
involved under the Green
House System using organic
fertilizer.
The Minister of Agriculture
and Fisheries aims to implement
projects in order to generate
employment in rural communi-
ties, increase small farmers'
productivity and income
and strengthen Belize's national
capacity to provide improved
extension service and promote
good practices.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


These parcels of land are the subjecl of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2079 of
2001 dated 10th July. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book \olunie 27 of 2001 at
Folios 355-1364 in faxour of HALLEN'S MARKET LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO I RS-201000766
This par~e of latd issituatedin thi Pegi- l rii,:im S~li.: IL DANGRIGA SOI.TH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 548.

This parel of land is the subjic l of a Ninister's Fiat Grant No. 280 of 1983
dated 20th December. 1983 in favor of S\ LVIA FLORES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20i1000767
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH. BlrnIk No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1077.

'his parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 746 of 1985 dated 18th
July, 1985 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1985 at Folios h91 -6 x in
favour of HARALD FALLEN.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-2010)'768
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3027.

This parcel of land is the subject of a M inieli"- Fiat Grant No. 361 of 1990
dated 5Lh Dec~mher, 1990 in ravor of MARTHA LOPEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20100776
This parfcl of land is situated in the Rcgistration Scdion. ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcl No. 1 525.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Assent No. 1526 of 1991 dated 8th
August, 1991 and recorded in Dceds Book oblumc 17 of 1991 at folios 665-672
in favour of ALICE MARGARET CHAIG,

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000811
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 132.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 527 of 200K dated
6th February, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 of 2008 at
Folios 151-162 in favour of MARCEL BEDRAN & ARITA
BEDRAN.

APPLICATION NO. IRS-201000812
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No, 23 and being Parcel No. 2444.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Convccanii No. 993 of 200-2 dated 8th
April, 2002 and recorded inDeeds Dook Volume 13o0f2002 at Folit, 413-418in
favour of MARCEL BEDRAN & ARITA BEDRAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000813
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOIl.TH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 121.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 2372 of 20n"3 dated 21st
Augustl 2ti3 and recorded in IDed-1 Book Volunie 32 of 21(.13 at Foliios 67-74in
favour of MARCEL BEDR.N & ARITA BEDRAN.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-20100814
This parcel of land is situated in the Regisiraliun Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Blhxk No. 23 and being Parcel No. .2439.

This pai. el i.f lan1l is the subject ofa Contveyance No. 2362 of 1997 dated 231i
September, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of 1997 at Folios 191 -
198 in favour of MARCEL BEDRAN.

APPLICATION NO. I,RS-201"00815
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Sctiion, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 120.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1063 of 2005
dated 10th May, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 14 of 205 at Folios
797-g06 in favour of MARCEL BEDRAN & ARITA BEDRAN (Jointlh).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20100816
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1665.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2146 of 24' KK dated 30th


May, 21000 anJ recordedi in Deeds Book Volume 32 of 2000at Folios 1433-1438
in favour of MARCEL BEDRAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000817
This parcel of land is situated in the PReilation: Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, BlI:l.. No. 23 and being Pan el No. 123.

This parcel of land is the subject of a C'n vcynicc No. 0108 of 2005 dated
29th November, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 2005 at
Folios 263-272 in favour of MARCEL H. SEDRAN & ARITA E. BEDRAN.

APPLICATION NO. 201)00082S
This parel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NOR TH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 25.5.

This parcel of land is the subject of Minister's Fiat Grant No. 690 of 20t-l4 dated
16th September, 2004 in favor of DIANA CASTIILLO

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000839
This parcel of land is situated in the Registraion Sec lion, AL BERT'MIASOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1550.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Assent No. 1718 of 1 69 dated 24th July,
199 ,nd recorded in Deeck Book Volume 17 of 196 at Folios 71-80 in favanr
of DWATN DAVIS & CAMILLE MAKERS MAITLAND AS Adminis-
trators of the Estate of HOMER DAKERS (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS.201000645
Thosc parcels of land arc situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOLUT, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1626 & 1628.

These parcclI of land arc the subject of a Dccd of Convoyance No. 2362 of
1~0 dated 11th December, 1990 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of
1990 at Folios 1123-1128 in favour of ALICE H. FRANCISCO & EATON
E.W. FRANCISCO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000848
This parcel ofland is situated inthe RegisTaiion Sti on: DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 625,

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 307 of 1991
dated 26th July, 1991 in favor of AGNES. MENA ARZU.

APPLICATION NO. 1;RS-201000884
Tifs parcel of land is situated in the Registration ScditiL .FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK. Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1161.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 162 of 1983
dated 13th July. 1983 in favor of EVANGELINE GILLETT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201600885
This parcel of land is situated in the Rcgistration Section, ALBERTIMESOP,
Block No 45 and being Parcel No. 454.

'Iis parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1638 of 1991 dated 9th
September, 1991 and rc;ord :d in Deeds Book Volume 18 of 1991 at Folios 731-
738 in favour of GLENDA FERGUSO)N.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000886
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IN.ACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1945.

Tlir parcel of lanid is the s4uject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 429 of 2006
dated 16th May, 2006 in favor of MIGITET, ANGEL SARCENO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS- 2016 I0082
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOTII, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2148.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3602 of 2001 dated 11 th
December. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 46 of 2001 at Folios
509-524 & Deed of Rectification No. 2567 of 2009 dtd 17th December, 2009
recorded in Deed Book Volume 30 of 201)L9 at Folios 789-802 in favour of
DIAMELA GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000893
This parcel of land is situated in the Regislration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2138.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 143 of 2004 dated 30ih


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ARIES:
March 22 to April 20


Things at work are functioning smoothly enough and you
can afford to give yourself a small break. There will be a
huge temptation to dabble in stocks and make a quick buck.
However, you are cautioned that no matter how bright
things appear, there is hardly any chance of making a gain
during this time. Lucky Numbers : 01, 12, 47.

TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21


You will suddenly begin to take notice of what really
matters to you. There may also be changes in your
surroundings and this could be unsettling for you. You may
feel that you won't be able to handle it, but do not react.
Think and delay your reactions, especially in volatile
situations. Lucky Numbers: 09, 31, 58.

GEMINI:
May 22 to June 21


There is a lot of difference between taking calculated risks
and being downright reckless.You could take a few chances
where making money off the stock markets is concerned.
However, in personal relationships taking chances should
be completely avoided. Lucky Numbers: 06, 27, 62.

CANCER:
June 22 to July 23


The coming week promises to stir up a lot of activity. You
/-- will be busy drawing up plans, contemplating a totally
'. radical approach to life. You will be quite keen on
"' discovering new ways to augment your income. Your
interest in spiritual pursuits also increases.Lucky
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LEO:
July 24 to August 21
Life comes in different hues and the coming week is a
proof of that. There will be great times with loved ones.
But, there could also be some very agitated individuals
who wish to draw you into a confrontation. Disputes,
regarding property could be dragged in court and this could
mean further delay in any resolution. Lucky Numbers: 03,
52, 95.


VIRGO:
August 22 to September 21
Professional life takes an interesting turn. Projects or
contracts you have been angling for, come to you. There
could be an increase in the inflow of money. Make use of
this favourable time to establish credentials in your field
of work. Do this and see its positive effects on all aspects
of your life. Lucky Numbers: 05, 40, 68.

LIBRA:
September 22 to October 23
The coming week promises some good times. There is a
Promise of new romance. You may also be able to
multiply your money with some sensible investment.
However, guard against getting too involved with other
people's problems or being too casual with your money.
You could get involved with charity work. Lucky
Numbers: 08, 44, 96.

SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21
You have worked quite hard. Results of some of your
e efforts will come through positively and you can sit back
and relax for a bit. People around you will offer comfort
Sand support. Do not neglect gadgets or vehicles in need of
service or repair. It could amount to larger expenses later.
Lucky Numbers: 15, 22, 56.


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SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to December 21
The coming week sees you in a go getter mode. Luck helps
you gain some money or property through bestowal of some
inheritance. People around you warm up to your efforts to
bridges distances. Your efforts at stabilising and restoring
harmony in relationships pay off. Lucky Numbers: 33,
67, 84.

CAPRICORN:
December 22 to January 20
The week is characterized by a strong desire to achieve
something concrete through your efforts. You will be
willing to take your chances. You must not ignore the
riders or conditions that come along with work. Do make
sure that you have read through all the paperwork. Lucky
Numbers: 28, 77, 86.


AQUARIUS: January 21 to February 19
There is an urge to do something different irrespective of
the level of effort it requires. There is an increase in your
self-confidence and charisma. You will involve yourself
in assessing goals and objectives of your life. Only word
of caution is that you keep your them realistic. Lucky
Numbers: 24, 41, 69.

PISCES: February 20 to March 21
You can achieve anything ifyou do not give in to your tendency to
drift. A little determination and firmness of mind will have you
working towards goals and possibly achieving them in a short
span oftime. You are able to decide upon and juggle varied areas
that you have chosen to work for. Lucky Numbers: 16, 36, 82.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


December 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 2004 at Folios
117-202 & Deed of Recniicaiion No. 1579 of 2009 did 1tlii August, 2009
recorded in Deed Book Volume 19 of 20119 at Folios 1203-1216 in favour of
MAURICE RODRIGUEZ.

APPLIC(' TION Nl) LRS-2u110o10894
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parccl No. 1900.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 166 of 2008 dated 7th
January. 201)1 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 2008 at Folios
1091-1110 & Deed of Rectification No. 368 of 2008 dtd 31st Jaiinuy, 2008
recorded in Decd Book Volume 5 of 2008 at Folios 591-604 in favour of
RICOBERTA CREGORL4 CAYETANO.

APPLICATION NO. I RS-21J000896
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration S ectin. ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 126.

This parcel of land is the subjci of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 989 of 2006
dated 26th September, 2006 in favor of MELVIN WILLIAMS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201(000935
These parcels of land are situated in the Regisrlation Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No. 7 and bing Parcel No. 4272 & 4273.

These parcels of land arthe subject of a Conveyance No. 3524 of 2002 dated
3rd December, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 41 of 2002 at Folios
247-259 in favour of BRIAN E LUEPKE & SH.ARRON L. LUEPKE-

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201000936
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Se lion, SAN PEDRO, Block
No. 7 and being Parcel No. 4257.

This parcel of land is the subject o a Deed of Cnmveyance No. 520 of 1999
dated :?51 Februaty, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of 1999 at
Folios 263-272 in favour of BRIAN F. LUEPKE & SHARON L. LUEPKE.


APPLICATION NO. I.RS-2010009J3
This parcel of land is situated in the Regitfation Sei ion, ORANGE WALK
I 10 N, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2813.

This parcel ofland is the subjcei of a Conveyance No. 3612 ofl2001 dated 17th
Dcccmber, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 46 of 2001 at Folios
677-684 in favour of IGLESIA DE DIOS PENTECOSTAL
MOVIMIENTO INTERNATIONAL LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. I RS-20100l)949
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Scction, SAN IGNACIO
SOLTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2165.

This parcel of land is the subject of a XMiisier'; Fiat Grant No. 273 of 2001
dated 13th May, 2001 in favor of ARITA EVETT BEDRIN,

APPLICAI'ION NO. LRS-201000960 i
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE!
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 855.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 139 of 1981 dated 291h
January, 1981 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1981 at Folios 837-848
in favour of LEONIE SONIA PINTO & (FRANCISCO BALDEMAR
PINTO-Dt ecasd).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2i11(0009-0
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Scuiion, SA-N ESTEVAN,
Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 427.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Miniicr's Fiat Grant No. 1288 of 2003
dated 10th February. 2004 in favor of D.\MI.\N NOVELO.

APPLICATION NO. IRS-201000973
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1664.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 1365 of 2008 dated 13th
May, 2008 and recotrdd io Deeds Book Volume 17 of 2008 at Foliu 627-636 in
favour of BALDEMAR IIIRAM GOMENZ.


APPLICATION NO, LRS-201000987
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, D.ANGRIG.\
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 742.

This parcel of land is the suibie.l of a Conveyance No. 1017 of 1988 dated 5th
July, 1988 and recrd&d in Deeds Book Volume 12 of 1988 at Folios 347 -354 in
favour of ELSIE RAMIREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201001r03
This parcel of land is situated in the Registrdlion Section. ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2699.

This parcel ofland is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 1 .19 ifl'2002 dated 10 th
March, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 18 of 21102 at Folios
1083-1096 in favour of ANTHONY SUTHERLAND & ELVIA
SUTHERLAND.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201001004
This parcel ofland issirmaid in Lhe Rc.islralion Se.lion, DANGRIGA SOTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 308.

This parcel of land is the subject of a liniter's Fiat Grant No. 463 of 2000
dated 6th June, 2000 in favor of PAULINE CASIMIRO

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201001005
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Scotion. ORNG E WALK
TO\, N, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3029.

This parcel of land is the subjetie of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 140 of 2000
dated 4th March, 2000 in favor of DANIEL LEIVA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201001043
This parcel of land is situated in the Rgistration Scotion. SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1816.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of rift No. 525 of 1990 dated 10th
Febrnay, 1990 and ituJded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1990 at Folios
1025-1032 in favour of LUIS ALBERTO HYNES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2l)0910601
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1885.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 1315 of 2')7 dated 2nd
March, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 16 of2007 at Folios 755-772
in favour of ANGELICA SMITH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201916846
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE RURAL
NORTH I, Bltxck No. 11 and being Parcel No. 877.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Assent No. 231, 2004 dated 4th
Fehruart. 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of 2'iXl at Folios
335-342 in favour of DO)YLE C. GILLETT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200904968
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOV N, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1950.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 0715 of 2007 dated 1st
February, 2)007 and recorded in Dcvd, Book Volume 9 of 2007 at Folios
697-704 in favour of DR. MARCO TUL1O MENDEZ & DR. LESLY
DIGNORA MENDEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200904969
This parcel of land is situated in the Rce.istratio Section. ORANGE WALK
TclW N, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1951.

This pai el of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 0715 of 2007 dated 1st
F;bruar., 200)7 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 2)07 at Folios
705-712 in favour of DR. MARCO TTLIO MENDEZ & DR. LESLY
DIGNORA MENDEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201001091
This p cdl of land is situated in the Registration Soction. SAN FELIPE, Block
No. 13 and being Parcel No. 173.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Ministers Fiat Grant No. 818 of 1999
dated 28lh August. 1999 in favor of GALEX ALLEN.


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Where Is Jesus Christ?


A Sunday School teacher of Little Johnny, blurted out,
preschoolers was concerned "Teacher, Teacher, I know! I
that her students might be a know where he is! He's in
little confused about Jesus our bathroom!!!"
Christ because of the Christmas The whole class went very
season's emphasis on His birth. quiet. They all looked at the
She wanted to make sure they teacher waiting for a response.
understood that the birth of The teacher was completely
Jesus occurred a long time ago, at a loss for a few very long
that He grew up, etc. seconds.
So she asked the class, "Where She finally gathered her wits
is Jesus Christ today?" and asked, "How do you know
Steven raised his hand and this Johnny?
said, "He's in heaven." "Well...Teacher...." he said,
Andrea was called on next "Every morning, my father
and she answered, "He's in my gets up, bangs on the bathroom
heart." door, and yells 'Jesus Christ,
Waving his hand friously, are you still in there?'!"
Enough Money For Two More Words
Mr. Guerra was forced to take Your honor, equally irked and
a day off from work to appear tired by a tedious day, sharply
in court on a minor traffic protested, "Twenty dollars
summons. contempt of court. That's why!"
He grew increasingly restless Noticing that Mr. Guerra
as he waited hour after endless was checking his wallet, the
hour for his case to be heard. magistrate recanted. "That's all
When his name was called at right Sir. You don't have to pay
around 4:30 in the afternoon, now."
he stood before the magistrate, Mr. Guerra replied, "Thank
only to hear that court would be you your Honor I'm just
adjourned for the next day and checking if I have enough
he would have to return. for two more words one
"What for?" he snapped at beginning with an "F" and the
the magistrate other with a "Y".
Hova, Hova, Hova
With village council elections the community center and the
on the horizon, and in an attempt villagers were excited to hear
to show the leadership of his the speech.
party that he is comeback "Ipromise better educational


material, a southern politician
decided to start early.
His first stop was in one of
the southernmost Mayan
Communities to try to get them
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opportunities for the Maya
people"
The crowd went wild,
shouting "Hoya! Hoya!"
The politician was a bit
puzzled by the native word,
but was encouraged by their
enthusiasm.
"I promise major reforms so
that you can get immediate
title to your farmlands! "
"Hoya! Hoya!" cried the
crowd, stomping their feet.
"I promise more social
reforms and job opportunities
for all of you!"
The crowd reached a frenzied
pitch shouting, "Hoya! Hoya!
Hoya!"
After the speech, the politician
was touring the village, and saw
a herd of bulls.
Trying to fit in with the
villagers he asked if he could
get a closer look at the bulls.
"Sure," said the Maya Chief,
"but be careful not to step in
the hoya."


Government Responds To Allegations Made

By President Panti Of The Teachers Union


BELMOPAN CITY, Cayo
District, Thursday, February
4, 2010:
The Ministry of the Public
Service, Governance Improve-
ment and Elections & Bounda-
ries on behalf of Government
Negotiating Team, finds it
necessary to respond to
allegations made by the
President of the Belize National
Teachers Union, Mr. Jaime
Panti that the Government is
prolonging a response to the
Unions on the Collective
Bargaining Agreement.
On 12th September 2008, The
Unions, Public Service Union
(PSU), Belize National Teach-
ers Union (BNTU) and the
Association of Public Service
Senior Managers (APSSM)
along with representatives of the
Government of Belize came to
the table to initiate discussions
for a New Collective Bargaining
Agreement.
At this meeting, it was agreed
that the Unions would submit
their proposal to the Government
within 90 days. It was also
agreed that the proposal
submitted by the Unions would
be done jointly and that a
costing would be done for all
proposals which had financial
implications.
The proposal was subse-
quently submitted by the Unions
on 1st December 2008. That
proposal did not provide any
costing to the package which


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included items with huge
financial implications. The
Unions were reminded of their
commitment to indicate the
financial value of their request
and in September 2009, they
resubmitted their proposal.
Unfortunately, the proposal
was still lacking in financial
information.
Since the receipt of the revised
proposal, the Government's
Representatives have been
working diligently to put a
financial cost to the Union's
proposal so that the negotiations
can continue, however, this task
has proven to be very time
consuming.
The Government is apprecia-
tive of the patience of the
representative bodies and is
cognizant of the need to
conclude the process of the
Collective Bargaining Agree-
ment in a timely manner. It
reiterates, however, the need to
provide a realistic costing of the
proposals for effective dialogue
and decision making.
The Government of Belize
continues to work in harmony
with the Unions on many other
welcomed initiatives with the
primary goal of increasing
efficiency while addressing the
needs and well-being of Public
Officers and Teachers.
For more details please contact:
Ms. Jacqueline Joseph
Tel: 501-822-2204
Belmopan, Belize.


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Two Brothers Charged

For Handling Stolen Goods


From Page 4
including a large Belizean
National Flag, a pair of black
combat boots, a black Motorola
brand mobile telephone with
accessories and a silver hip flask
as will as several other bits and
pieces.
Further investigation led
the Police/BDF team to an
abandoned house in the Hillview
community, on eastern outskirts
of Santa Elena Town, where
they found a black Dell
Computer and accessories along
with a red Horizon brand
mountain bike.
The burglary reports on record
includes one made by Audrey
Cuilling Newsham, 53, retired
British Army Officer, residing in
Blackman Eddy Village.
The complainant reported that
sometime between January 8 and
14, her plywood storeroom was
burglarized and stolen therefrom
were three pairs of black army
boots valued at $195, three sets
of camouflage clothing valued at
$225, three camouflage bush
hats valued at $60, one sliver hip
flask valued at $300, one large
special ordered Belizean flag
valued at $500 and one box
of assorted regimental badges
valued at $400, all to a total
value of $1,600.
In an effort to promote
discipline among the youth in
Blackman Eddy Village, the
complainant reportedly formed
and runs a private Youth Cadet
Corp. The younger Martinez
brother, Morris, is reportedly a
member of her Cadet Corp.
In the second report, Dr.
Maria Goncalves, 55, retired
medical doctor, reported that
on January 20, 2010 at around
9:00 p.m. she secured her house
and, along with her husband,
retired for the night.


She got up early the follow-
ing morning and left the house.
At around 8:30 that morning
she received a call from her
husband asking if she had
removed the $117 in cash, and
his Scotia Bank card, from his
wallet. She responded in the
negative and rushed back home
and upon making checks she
found out that her Scotia Bank
card and $700 were also


missing from her purse along
with an 18 karat gold bracelet
valued at $1,500 all of which
were inside their bedroom.
Investigation revealed that
entry was obtained through an
upstairs backdoor and that, while
the couple slept, the intruder
entered their bedroom and stole
their money, bank cards and
jewelry. They also reportedly
entered the kitchen and made off


with several food items. The
intruder also entered the couple's
upstairs home office/library
and made off with one black
Compact brand laptop computer
and accessories valued at
$1,000. The office/library was
found in a ransacked state.
In the third reported incident,
Gilberto Cocom, 42, Princal

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La Ruta h

Set For 5 t
BY: Orlando Harrison
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Sunday, January 31,
2010:
The Ruta Maya River
Challenge 2010 is set from the
5th 8th of March 2010.

The Pros And Cons

Liable For Crimes
B From Page 14
legislation that supportsparents
to do the right thing. You
have to balance it [a parental
responsibility law] with
some legislation that requires
and encourages healthy
behaviour. "
She said parental responsibil-
ity laws may have worked
elsewhere but might not
translate to here.
"Bermuda may have similar
issues but we are unique and
we should be looking at it in
relation to our own environ-
ment and the cultural aspects
and the difficulties parents
have.
I know the biggest difficulty
is enforcement. We don't have
the ability to go in a parent's
home and teach them how to
raise a child."
Edward Tavares, from
fathers' rights charity
ChildWatch, asked how the law
could apply to fathers who had
not been allowed to play a
significant role in their child's
life.
"How can they be made
accountable for the crimes of
their children?" he asked.
"With the divorce rate at
approximately 65 percent, this
crosses over most households
in our community. For years,
fathers have been a throw
away parent and their only
requirement are theirfinancial
contributions, according to the
court system."
Mr. Tavares said what was
really needed was a system that
aimed to heal families and
helped parents bring up their
children properly, especially
after separation or divorce.
Defence lawyer Rick
Woolridge said he could see
the merits in the proposed
legislation.
"Making parents civilly liable
for the crimes of their children
can't be a bad thing," he said.


laya 2010

o 8 March
All seems bright and
promising for another blast to the
finishing line.
Registrations is open and
unlike other years the number
of space is limited and registra-
tion will close on the 26th of

Of Making Parents

Of Their Children
"Ifyour 15-year-old breaks my
window, he doesn't have a job
and he's in school, so how do
I get my window fixed? By
making parents liable then it
comes out of their pocket and
money concentrates minds."
The new bill will come under
scrutiny in Parliament, with both
opposition parties concerned
that the law may be draconian
and difficult to enforce.
Shadow Home Affairs
Minister Michael Dunkley said
he was surprised Government
didn't consult more widely and
try to garner community support
before tabling the bill.
"There are already bodies of
law in existence on parental
responsibility and powers of
dispersal, he said. "We need to
hear from the ministers in
charge how this is going to
work beyond what already
exists on the books."
He said the UBP recently
suggested that parents applying
for free childcare places be
enrolled in parenting classes at
the same time.
"We are not assuming that
they need it," he said. "You are
not targeting them but you are
saying: 'We are going to help
you.' The parents have an
opportunity to be responsible."
Sen. Dunkley said the
practicalities of implementing
the law could be difficult. "Do
we have enough social
workers? How long does it
take? Are these courses readily
available? All we are doing is
making a more bureaucratic
situation."
Donte Hunt, from Bermuda
Democratic Alliance, agrees
that good parenting is crucial in
ensuring children grow up to be
law-abiding citizens.
"Children first learn
the invaluable lessons on
how to conduct themselves
appropriately in society within
the confines of the home," he


February in an effort to better
plan and organize the events
surrounding the race and the race
itself.
The committee will meet in
session every Thursday in the
weeks leading right into the race
at the San Ignacio Hotel at 7:00
pm to consider any all issues
brought about as a result of last
year's race and to review the
rules and regulations to make it
more fun but also more safe and
secure for the paddlers.
Please feel free to send
us your comments at
oharrison@bighjuices.com or
roberto.harrison@bighjuices.com
or fax 824-2646.
For additional information
about the race you can also
visit the web site at
www.larutamavabelize.com
Two Brothe

For Handling
ll From Page 13
of St. Vincent Pallotti Primary
School in the village of
Unitedville, reported that at the
close of the school week on
Friday, January 29, he secured
the building and left for the
weekend to his Park Drive
residence in San Ignacio Town.
Principal Cocom reportedly
returned to the school at around
8:00 a.m. on Monday, February
1, to begin the new school week.
Upon approaching his office he
observed that the door was open
and when he checked inside he
discovered that the school's
black Dell computer and acces-
sories, valued at $1,400, along
with one red mountain bike


said. But he points to many other
root causes of crime: "With the
consistent increase in divorce
rates, domestic abuse, drug
usage by parents and sexual
abuse committed againstyoung
children by members within the
extended family, the family
unit as we once knew it is on
the demise."
He worries that landing
cash-strapped parents with tough
fines will make it even harder for
them to be hands-on, involved
parents. "Adding $10,000 of
debt to virtually anyone in this
day and age is going to create
stress. I don't think it's going
to turn into: 'Hey, let me be a
better parent.' It's going to be:
'I need another job.' We ought
to be more heavy on encourag-
ing parents to be good parents."


where you can also register
online or call 824-2646.
The committee plan to keep
all the paddlers, sponsors and
fans up-to-date with regular
press releases and by updating
the web site. So keep visiting
and keep yourselves abreast of
the latest developments.
Changes are planned to place
the competition on a more level
playing field and new controls
are planned to eliminate unfair
competition.
The friendly environment that
is synonymous with the La
Ruta Maya will be enhanced
and the committee is planning
several activities to expand on
its environmental and cultural
commitments as well as keeping
to its theme "it's more than just
a race".

rs Charged

Stolen Goods
valued at $300 and $120 in cash
were missing from inside his
office.
Further checks revealed that
entry into the office was gained
by the removal of three metal
louvers from a side window.
Police suspect that those
responsible for the burglary
exited the building by way of the
door which was left open.
The accused brothers, both
Belizean laborers and neighours
of Dr. Goncalves on the Society
Hall Road in Blackman Eddy
village, are scheduled to appear
in San Ignacio's Magistrate
Court on Friday, February 5
to answer to a joint charge of
handling stolen goods


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Opening More Doors For Higher Education


B Y. Arlette Gomez,
Education Information Officer
Ministry of Education
Belmopan
BELIZE CITY, Friday, Febru-
ary 5, 2010:
A four year student exchange
agreement between Belize's
Ministry of Education and
Bridgewater State University


was this Friday morning signed
by Education Minister, Hon.
Patrick Faber on behalf
Belize's Ministry of Education
and officials from Bridgewater
State University in Boston.
The historic ceremony,
marking the signing of a
Memorandum of Understanding,
began at 11:00 am at the ITVET


THE SHOCKING, SUDDEN


PASSING OF


who enlisted assistance from the
Arizona Highway Patrol.
A short time later they found
the truck and trailer parked on
the edge of the freeway with
Letch, motionless, in the driver's
seat. He was rushed to a nearby
hospital where he was officially
pronounced dead.
A post mortem examination
conducted at a medical facility
in Arizona attributes the cause
death to an oversize heart,
resulting in escalated blood
pressure which ultimately
ruptured a blood vessel in the


AN ONLY SON
head.
The body will be arriving at
the Phillip Goldson International
Airport in Belize at 3:00 pm on
a Delta Flight and will be
transported to Santa Elena,
Cayo.
A wake will be held on Friday,
February 5 at his parent's
residence on Salazar Street in
Santa Elena Town.
The body will be received at 1:00
pm on Saturday, February 6, at the
nearby Baptist Church on Carillo
Puerto Avenue for funeral service
at 2:00 pm after which the
procession will proceed to the
Carmen Memorial Cemetery in


facility on Freetown Road in
Belize City
Recognizing the educational
and cultural value of interna-
tional collaboration, Belize's
Ministry of Education and
Bridgewater State University
have agreed to establish
arrangements for the exchange
of students and for Bridgewater
State University to deliver
undergraduate and graduate
professional development
courses, certificate programs and

Santa Elena where he will be laid
to rest.
The eulogy is slated to be
delivered by Eduardo "Dito"
Juan, a former Minister of
Natural Resourses and close
friend of the family.
Cecilio Ignacio Neal Jr., was
born in Santa Elena Town, Cayo.
Thirty four years later, his
mother vividly recalls that he
came into this world at exactly
6:45 on a bright and beautiful
Sunday morning on August 14,
1975.
Apart from his parents, Desol
and Cecilio Neal, Letch is
survived by two sisters,
Josephine Neal and Cecilia


Masters Degree programs on site
in Belize. Bridgewater State
University will accept up to 5
undergraduate education major
students each fall beginning
this year.
In exchange thereof, Belize's
Ministry of Education will in
turn accept up to 5 Bridgewater
State University students for
four to eight weeks experience
in a Pre K- 12 setting in Belize
commencing in the spring of
2011.

Neal-Flowers.
He is also survived by
three daughters Lasha, Chantal,
and Shanell and one son,
Karim.
He is survived by his common-
law- wife Dorita Lopez; one
brother-in-law, Elbert Flowers;
one niece, Aidian Flowers;
two nephews Zamir Guerra,
and Elbert Flowers Jr.
He is also survived by his
grandfather, Theodoro Neal, as
well as several aunts, uncles,
cousins, other relatives and
countless friends both in Belize
and abroad.
May his soul rest in eternal
peace.


LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES

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

NAME-K Registration Section Block & Certificate Nos.
NAME Certificate Nos.
Parcel Nos

RODOLFO TECK Grant's Land 1/569/1 1741/2007 dtd. 14/2/2007

IRMA RIVERO as Executor of the
REstateR of J Rvero (deceased) Belmopan 20/1340 834/1985 dtd. 26/3/1985
Estate of John N. Rivero (deceased)

IRMA RIVERO as Executor of the
Esta ofi N. River (deceased) Belmopan 20/562 364/1990 dtd. 5/2/1990
Estate ofJotm N. Rivero (deceased)

CARLOS GUERRA Santa Elena/Cayo 23/2507/1 8498/1998 dtd. 14/12/1998

MIGUEL URBINA Consejo 1/481 629/2005 dtd. 4/2/2005

MIGUEL URBINA Consejo /482 630/2005 dtd. 4/2/2005

MARTIN ALEGRIA Caribbean Shores/Belize 16/4717 LRS-200801148 dtd 21/1/2008

It is proposed to cancel 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-
mentioned certificates is required to return it to the Belize Land Registry, Ministry of Natural
Resources & the Environment, Belmopan.




(PATRICI ROBATEAL EZ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


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