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ONE OF TWO GUATEMALAN BANDITS KILLED

IN THE PROCESS OF TERRORIZING BELIZEANS


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Friday, April 16, 2010:
One of two bandits was killed
as they attempted to rob
passengers onboard a commuter
bus heading to Benque Viejo
Town on Sunday, April 11, 2010.
It was supposed to be a
routine daily run for a D&E bus
from Belize City to Benque
Viejo Town that day. The bus
departed Belize City at 4:00 pm
arriving at the bus stop in San
Ignacio at around 7:00 pm. Two
male persons of Hispanic
descent were among several
passengers boarding the bus on
its final stop in Benque Viejo
Town. As the passengers
boarded, the two male persons
sat in one of the seats at the back
of the bus.
About 15 minutes after

Lily's Bar
SANTA ELENA TOWN,
Cayo, Sunday, April 11, 2010:
San Ignacio Police and the
local Fire Service are still
investigating the cause of a fire
in Santa Elena Town last
Sunday morning with totally
destroyed a business establish-
ment on Carillo Puerto Avenue.


road leading to Calla
Creek village to let
off a woman and two
children. Just as the
driver was moving
off to continue the
journey to Benque
Viejo Town, he
observed, through
the interior rear
view mirror, two
passengers stood up
at the back of the
bus. As is normal,
1 he switched on
m : the interior lights
believing that they
The Deceased Guatemalan Bandit were preparing to
Wilson Orlando Paz Dominguez get off at the next
departing San Ignacio, the driver, stop. They both walked up to the
Ernesto Castillo Jr., 19, front of the bus when the driver
stopped the bus on the Western observed that one of them had
Highway at its junction with the what appeared to be a grenade

- Up In Flames Again


Proprietor of the establishment,
Rosalilia Castillo, 40, Belizean
businesswoman reported that at
around 4:00 am on Sunday, April
11, she woke up to the sound
police sirens on the street in from
of her business establishment.
When she woke up and looked
outside, she saw the bar section


of her property engulfed in
flames.
By the time the fire tenders,
without water, arrived, the
flames had already spread to the
other two adjoining houses and
when fire fighters eventually go
their act together the task was
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in one hand and the drawn pin
in the other while the other man
was armed with a handgun. The
driver immediately switched off
the interior lights. The man
with the grenade announced in
Spanish that this was a hold
up "este es un asalto". The
assailant with the gun pointed it
at the driver and ordered him to
close the door, reduce the speed
and not to do any funny moves
with the headlights of the bus to
indicate anything unusual to
oncoming traffic.
The grenade man reportedly
told the driver that if he does any
funny moves, he will release the
grenade and that they will
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Two Thursdays Two Chinese Businesses Robbed
looking for suspects as the
investigation continues.
The second incident occurred
this Thursday, April 15 when
Hong Yan Liu, 41, Chinese
business woman from Tam's
Supermarket also on Bullet
Tree Road in San Ignacio
reported that at around 9:15 am
she was robbed by two male
masked persons.
Hong Yan Liu informed that
she was standing behind the
counter when two masked male
.. persons, one dressed in a blue
Tam's Supermarket on the Bullet Tree Road in San Ignacio shirt and the other in a black and


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Thursday, April 15, 2010:
Two Thursdays, two Chinese
business establishments, two of
them on the Bullet Tree Road in
San Ignacio and two of them
manned by Chinese women,
were robbed.
The first reported incident
occurred last Thursday, April 8
when Liang Shao, 37, Chinese
business woman of a Bullet Tree
Road address in San Ignacio
Town reported that it was shortly
after 9:00 pm that night when
two masked male persons of
It Takes A Village
Two years ago, a group
of Bullet Tree residents
spearheaded by Mary Cariddi
and including Dr. Eunice Clark,
Noemi Manzanero, Don
Berto Cocom, Manuel Balan,
Pablo Jimenez, Marcello
Medina and Sophie Cohen,
founded the Bullet Tree
Mission Youth Association
(BT.MY.Ass.). Designed to
provide scholarships for
deserving youngsters, the BT.
MY. Ass has been instrumental
in organizing volleyball games
on the river, bar-be-ques, and
weekly recreational activities for
the youngsters.
To date ten scholarships
have been awarded to
deserving students. Eight of the
scholarship recipients are
enrolled in high school and two
are at the university level. In
order to qualify, a student must
have an 85% grade point
average in all subjects. In order
to keep that scholarship, the
student must maintain a 3.0
grade average per semester.
A recipient is disqualified when
the grades fall below the
required standard. However, at
the request of the student,
the scholarship can be
reinstated with proved grade


Hispanic descent, dressed in
dark clothing entered her Fei
Wang Restaurant at the same
address and ordered her and her
employees to get to the ground.
As one of the robbers guarded
them on the floor, the other went
behind the counter where he
helped himself to over $500 in
cash, an unknown amount of
Smart telephone cards and a
bottle of tequila rum.
They then exited the shop and
ran towards Bullet Tree before
disappearing into the darkness
of the night. Police are still
To Raise A Child
improvements.
Among the events planned for
April are:
River Cleaning/Bar-be-que
On Sunday, April 18th, an all
day event, the 4th annual River
Cleaning is planned by a group
of young men committed to
protecting the environment.
Water races and games tag along
with Volley Ball on the River,
bar-be-que and land games. The
family event begins at 9:00 am
at the Bullet Tree Bridge for the
ceremonial send-off of the ca-
noes filled with cleanup gears.
Open House at Mahogany Hall
Resort
To jump start the increase in
scholarships needed for the fall
semester, an open house/
fundraiser will be held 10 days
later, on Wednesday April 28th
2010, at the Mahogany Hall
Resort on Paslow Falls Road in
Bullet Tree from 5:00 pm -7:00
pm. At that time, present and
potential scholarship students
will be introduced. The event
promises to be a fun time as the
sun sets on the Mopan River and
the full moon rises in the lush
jungle setting. Hors d/oeuvres
and a DJ will be present to keep
the atmosphere jumping. So,
plan to attend.


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For Agricultural News

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SE VENDE FINCA DE APPROX. 18.5 Caballerias
Approx. 540 Hectareas
Localizado entire las aldeas El Naranjo y El Zapote
entiree los kilometro 42 1/2 Y 45, Carretera
International entire Melchor De Mencos y Flores, Peten,
Guatemala)
*Mas del 50% empastado con Brizanta.
*2 nacimietos de agua suficiente que baja por gravedad.
*340 reces entire ellos 5 toros Sementales.
*3 Caballos
*BAscula para pesar ganado.
*Luz electric
*Casa rustica
*2 1/2 kilometros de asfalto de frente carretera
international entire Flores y Belize.
Pedir informaci6n al telefono: 55250209 en Santa Elena,
Peten, Guatemala.

FOR SALE FARMLAND APPROX. 540 HECTAREAS
Located between the villages of El Naranjo y El Zapote
betweenn kilometers 42 1/2 Y 45, International Highway
between Melchor De Mencos y Flores, Peten,
Guatemala)
*More than 50% pastureland with Brizanta.
*Gravity fed water supply flowing from 2 water springs
with abondant water source.
*340 heads of cattle among which are 5 breeding bulls.
*3 horses *Cattle weighing scale.
*Electricity supply *Farmhouse
*2 1/2 kilometros farm front on the international highway
between Flores and Belize.
For more information please call telephone # 55250209 in
Santa Elena. Peten. Guatemala.


Sunday, April 18, 2010 |
red jacket entered her store and
demanded money.
One of them proceeded behind
the counter and emptied the
contents of the cash box into a
black bag they brought along.
The robbers reportedly made
off with $600 in cash, $250 in
Smart telephone cards and a
carton of Benson & Hedges
cigarettes. The incident lasted
for less than 2 minutes and
was captured on the store's
surveillance camera system.
Crimes Investigation Branch
personnel are currently
reviewing the tape as the
investigation continues.






Sunday, April 18, 2010 STAR Tel:- 626-8822 & 626-3788 Email:starnewspaper(gmail.com Page 3


Prime Minister Dean
BELMOPAN CITY, Cayo,
Thursday, April 15, 2010.
Release from the Office of the
Prime Minister informed that
Prime Minister Dean Barrow
departed Belize today on official
visit to Chicago, USA.
The delegation includes
Belize's First Lady, Mrs. Kim


Barrow leads Delgation To Chicago, USA
Simplis-Barrow as well as investors, members of the
Minister of Education, Hon. Belizean community, and the
Patrick Faber, and Belize's Mayor of Chicago, Mr. Richard
Ambassador to the United J. Daley.
States, His Excellency Nestor During the Prime Minister's
Mendez. absence from the country,
The Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister and Min-
delegation are scheduled to ister of Natural Resources and
hold meetings with potential the Environment, the Hon.


Prime Ministerial Delegation In Chicago This Weekend
By: Wellington C. Ramos 1hi Arcctthnthrn chrreinldnetitdcnnt


I11 H111 UUISJS La Le o gUiell llllflg
during the reception Prime
Minister Barrow assured
the audience that an
investigation will be conducted
into allegations of illegal acts
committed by former ministers
of government and as soon as
investigations are concluded,


those who are found to have
broken the law.
The main issue then, had to
do with a US$10 million gifted
to the people in Belize by
President Hugo Chavez of
Venezuela for public housing.
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Gaspar Vega, will be Acting as
Prime Minister.

MONTERO'S
LUMBER YARD
eal U at: 824-2959
Now Offering 6" Cement
Blocks For Only $1.10
each
We are also offering
10% Dicount on Steel!!!
Also providing top quality
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Hardwood and
Mahogany Lumber, Sand,
Cement, Steel, Plywood,
Celotex, Roofing,
Doors And A Whole
Lot More.
Efficient Service and
Low Prices Everyday!


The Prime Minister of Belize,
Hon. Dean Barrow, is this
weekend leading a delegation on
an official visit to the city of
Chicago where the delegation
will be meeting with city
officials, potential investors and
concerned Belizeans residing in
Chicago, USA.
Since elected to office in
February 2008, Prime Minister
Barrow has visited two other US
cities with a larger concentration
of Belizean Americans namely
Los Angeles and New York.
On the ocassion of the visit to
New York City many Belizeans
asked questions about; the
Belize Guatemalan dispute,
prosecuting former ministers of
government, crime, gangs, dual
citizens rights, proxy voting,
land and housing programs,
obtaining passports and other
documentation, Counselor
representation and duties in their
respective cities and how
Belizeans living in the United
States can assist the government
in accomplishing their goals and
objectives.
I attended the rally that was
held at the Manhattan Center in
New York City which was
packed to capacity and many
Belizeans waited in long lines to
greet the Prime Minister and
Foreign Affairs Minister Hon.
Wilfred Elrington who also
serves as Belize's Attorney
General and Minister of Foreign
Trade.


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Prime Ministerial Delegation In Chicago This Weekend


This money was later used by the
former Prime Minister Said
Musa to pay off the debt of
a private hospital namely
Universal Health Services with
the Belize Bank Limited.
Universal Health Services,
which has since been renamed
Belize Health Partners, is an
expensive medical institution in
Belize that average Belizean
families cannot afford. It
therefore caters mostly for the
rich people in the country.
Several members of the Musa
cabinet were against this
decision but Musa nonetheless
proceeded with using the money
to settle this private debt.
Foreign Affairs Minister, Hon.
Wilfred Elrington was brief in
his remarks. He spent most of
his time speaking about
government's plans to deal with
Guatemala's claim to Belizean
land.
Shortly after Prime Minister
Barrow's return to Belize from
the trip to New York, former
Prime Minister Said Musa and
his Housing Minister Ralph
Fonseca were both indicted on
theft charges related to the
housing grant from Venezuela.
Even before Musa and
Fonseca were arrested, the


Government of Belize was able
to successfully secure the return
of the Venezuelan money to
government's coffers. The
money is currently being
distributed to provide housing
assistance to the poor in every
political constituency including
those controlled by PUP
Representatives.
Also indicted was former
Health Minister Jose Coye for
some questionable land dea.
This was the first time in
Belize's history that any former
Minister of government was ever
indicted for crimes committed
while they were in office.
Belizeans excitedly await the
outcome of all this drama but in
the end all three former
ministers were acquitted, on
technicalities, of all charges.
Belize's Director of Public
Prosecution, equivalent to a US
District Attorney, expressed an
intention of appeal the acquittals
of Said Musa and Ralph Fonseca
but to date there is no
further information on the appeal
process. If the appeal is not
executed within a specified time,
the process will be statutes
barred and these men will be free
forever and the issue will be
dead.
The Foreign Affairs Minister


went full speed ahead in
negotiations with the Guatema-
lans and a simultaneous
referendum is to be held in both
of countries to give citizens the
opportunity to decide if they
want the dispute to be heard by
the International Court of Justice
(ICJ).
While this process is
underway, Guatemalans con-
tinue to encroach on Belizean's
territory at will as if Belize
belongs to them. This situation
has added more fuel to the fire
and increasing tensions along the
Belize Guatemalan border.
There was also an attempt to
amend Article-7 to the Belize
Constitution thereby granting
Belizeans with Dual Citizenship
the right to run for public office
while retaining their Dual
Citizenships. This proposed
amendment was abruptly
withdrawn. Included in the set
of amendments was one to
change the final court of appeals
from the Privy Council in
London to the Caribbean Court
of Justice (CCJ) and to give the
Prime Minister the authority to
appoint the Attorney General
from the private sector without
that individual becoming a
member of the Legislative
Assembly.


Those amendments sailed
easily through the House of
Representatives by a party line
vote of 25-6. The were later
approved by the Senate and
signed into law by the Governor
General of Belize Sir Colville
Young.
Much to the disappointment
of the opposition People's
United Party, the Privy Council
recently ruled that the current
government does not need a
referendum by the Belizean
people to amend the Belize
constitution.
The Prime Minister Dean
Barrow applauded the court's
decision as it now vests him
with the authority to return the
Dual Citizenship amendment to
the House of Representatives
and have it passed so that it can
benefit Belizean Americans who
are desirous of retiring in the
land of their birth..
Those of us living overseas,
especially in the United States of
America, will never forget that
it was the People's United Party
that was against those of us with
Dual Citizenships. They are
against giving us the right to run
for office in our country of
birth because we possess dual
citizenships.
The People's United Party has
a history of granting amnesty
to Guatemalans, Salvadorans,
Koreans, Chinese, Taiwanese
and others but have no time to
address the needs and concerns
of native Belizeans. Our last
hope therefore rests in the hands
of the current government.
The PUP act as if they are an-
gry with us for coming to the
United States, to improve our
lives, further educate ourselves,
join our families, increase our
financial reserves and improve
our living conditions so that we
can help our families in Belize
and help to develop our country.
After ten years of PUP
mismanagement they were
booted out of government.
We need to become more
proactive in getting involve in
our country's affairs because
America is not looking like the
same country it was when we
first arrived. Most Belizeans
would prefer to return home if
their economic circumstances
were better in their homeland
and some are thinking about
returning home especially since
America is going through these
economically challenging times.


LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES

Pursuant to Section 37(3) of the Registered land Act, Chapter 194, Laws of Beli3ze,
Revised Edition 2000, notice is hereby given of the loss of the following Land and Lease
Certificates:-

,NAME. Registration Section Block & Cetificte Nos.
NAME P No.- Certificate Nos.
Parcel Nos.

JOSE BFN-JA'IfT AMAYA Young G al/Mcrae 1,/198R/1 7.582,12000 did. 27/1012000

MIICKEY BLOWITZ San Pedro 7/662 (h7) LRS-20080] 044 dtd. 17/l1 2008

ENID MURIEL WVAIGHT Belmopan 20/5272 g88g72001 dtd. 11/12/2001
TRViN TTENDTERSON & VANT
HENDERSON (,/Joir- Bchipran 201302394 7661/2005 did. 12/8/2005
HENDERSON (Jointl)
FEFT.T7 RFYFS Santa Flena/Cayo 23/979 5304/1 996 did 8/I I/1996

ERUJDTNA REYE-S Fsperava Village 2.3,303 8874/2000 dtd 22'12."2000

JAMES D. JONES JR. PlacentiL North 36:2696 LRS-200909366 dtd. 30/1 0/09

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 mi possession of
the alxwe- mentioned certificates is required to return it to the Belize Land Regislry,
Ministry ofNatural Resources & the Environment, Belmopan.




(PAT CL OBI'AEA LJU REZ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF STANDS










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Election and Boundaries Department


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long Itry to urinate. They give me
all kinds of medicine but nothing
helps."
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up, "Fellas: I'm ninety years old.
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urinate. Every morning at 8:00
I move my bowels. Every
morning at 9:00 sharp I wake
up."


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When Mr. Gomez went to get his
driver's license renewed, the little
office downstairs of the Town Hall
was packed.
The line inched along for almost
an hour until the man ahead of Mr.
Gomez finally got his license.
I was now Mr. Gomez' turn and
he posed for his photo, he sighed
the card and when the clerk handed
him the laminated drivers' permits,


he comments to the clerk, "I was
standing in line so long, I ended
up looking pretty grouchy in this
picture."
The clerk looked at his picture
closely and said "It's okay," she
reassured Mr. Gomez "That's
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look when our traffic wardens
roaming the streets give you a
ticket out there."


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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, Revised Edition 2000, PATRICIA ROBATEAL PEREZ, for
Registrar 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 of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice.
Any person whose rights and interest may be affected by the
registering of these parcels must get in touch with me before expiry
date of this notice between Mondays to Fridays at the Land Registry,
Belmopan.


.tlCI'tROBATEAL .IE1hZ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003288
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORKTH, Block No, 31 and being Parcel No. 1423.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1221
of 1998 dated 23rd April, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
14 of 1'"LrS at Folios 1449-1454 in favour of FLOYD J. WAGNER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003414
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANCRIGA NORTH, Block No, 31 and being Parcel No. 1427.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 65 of 1975
dated 15th January, 1975 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of
1975 at. Folios 671-680 in favour of SHARON NICASIO as
Administratrix of the Estate of Josephine Mcjia (Deicesed).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003415
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/
MESOP, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 59.

This parcel of land is the sLibject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 56 of
1969 dated 23rd August, 1969 in favour of GEORGE GRAHAM
as Administrator of the Estate of Eileen V Lord (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003416
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
TGNACTO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2872.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No. 68 of 1982
dated 23rd January, 1982 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 14 of
1998 at Folios 837-846 in favour of ANTONIO MARTINEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003417
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE.PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No, 1216.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1011
of 1979 dated 23rd July, 1979 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
10 of 1979 at Folios 1199-1206 in favour of ADELITA
MACLAREN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003419
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2124.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1103 of 2001
dated 19th April, 2001 and recorded in Deeds BO.l Volume 16 of
2001 at Folios 589-606 in favour of RANDOLF DAVID LOGAN.


APPLICATION NO. LRS201003420
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2120.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3340 of 2000
dated 22nd August, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 49 of
2000 at Folios 989-1000 in favour of LTDIJVINO PJC.

APPLICATION NO. LRS201003121
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. TRIAL
FARM, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 846.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 293
of 1995 daled 15th January, 1995 in favour of VAIENTIN MINOZ
as Executor of the Estate of Higino Munoz (dccensed).

APPLICATION NO. LRM201003422
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERTI
MESOP, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1304.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 504 of 1983
dated 10th June, 1983 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of
1983 at Folios 1145-1156 in favour of ESTELLA AMANDA
HAYLOCK & SARA DAVIDSON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003423
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No 4 and being Parcel No 2255.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 164
of 1989 dated 1st September. 1989 in favour of EUSTAQUIA
MARIA MARGARITA COWO.

APPLICATION NO. IRS-201003424
This parcel ofl'land is siluated in the Reishiiioiit Section, ORANGE
WAI.K TOWN, Block No 4 and being Parcel No 1781,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 93
on 1989 dated 1st June, 1989 in favour of VIVAN TREMINIO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003425
This parcel of land is silualtd in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No 1644.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 246
on 1978 dated 20th February, 1979 in favour of EMERITANO
ARAGON.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-201003431
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No, 23 and being Parcel No, 517

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 609
on 2002 daled 21sl July, 2002 in favour of JOSE E. DEPZ.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-201003432
This parcel of land is situated in the Registralion Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1552.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1894 of 2004
dated 10th August 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of
2004 at Folios 721-730 in favour of DOLGLAS C, LAMBERT &
STuET, A GONZALES LAMBERT (Jointly).

APIPIICATION NO. 1,RS2011003433
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/
MESOP, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1249.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 164 of 2000
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W ARIES:
March 22- April 20
There will be legal issues,
possibly surrounding property
related matters that crop up.
Gains that have a financial
bearing are indicated. You will
also need to travel. Your profes-
sional interests in the long run
matter to you and you will be
gearing up to transform your
persona to suit the same. Lucky
Numbers: 02, 43, 76.

TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
Although you might feel
sympathetic towards many
causes or people, it's not wise to
make their woes your own. You
might feel there is too much to
cope with and that life is
treating you unfairly, but
the trials and tribulations are
only the prelude to something
bigger that awaits you. Lucky
Numbers: 35, 61, 78.

,k GEMINI:
May 22 to June 21
There will be increase in terms
of responsibilities and physical
work required from your end. Do
it with poise and dignity even if
it seems to be pushing your
reserves a bit too far. You will
only reap rewards for it.
Safeguard yourself against
exhaustion, even mental fatigue.
Lucky Numbers: 03, 18, 50.

'- CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
The coming week is more
restorative in nature. You are
likely to experience a great
tug towards your loved ones


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as most of the issues at work
seem to have been settled.
Be mindful of letting your
anger trigger arguments. Avoid
tricky situations that may cause
problems. Lucky Numbers: 12,
26, 58.

f'^^ LEO:
July 24 to August 21
Financial concerns come up.
You will be required to work
your way through the whims of
influential people as decisions
regarding your professional
interests rest in their hands. You
are likely to direct funds towards
charitable causes and also spend
a significant amount redecorat-
ing your home or office. Lucky
Numbers: 16, 82, 95.

VIRGO:
,h August 22 to
September 21
The focus rests squarely
on work this week. Your
performance is appreciated by
superiors and you may land up
with a promotion or an enviable
raise. Insecurity of any kind will
be a destructive force, so do
not let it gain ground. Come
clear with people if anything
seems to disturb you. Lucky
Numbers: 28, 55, 69.

SLIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
There will be a marked
improvement in your health. You
will have a desire to increase
your income and explore
avenues for the same. There are
plans of a much larger scale you
have thought of in order to


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Numbers: 22, 54, 67.

i SCORPIO:
SOctober 24 to
SNovember 21
You go beyond the ordinary
in your thinking in order
to understand the workings
of the ego and see how
it harms larger interests.
You might embark on a
new phase professionally, where
you sign up a deal that
will pay off handsomely in
future. Lucky Numbers: 05,30,
65.

SllSAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to
December 21
You are likely to be faced with
a dilemma. Do not just fall
for a lucrative deal without
checking out the details and
terms completely. Keep your
demeanour cordial with people
whom you interact with. Even if
you have to turn down any
offers, you will need to be
polite. Lucky Numbers: 08, 33,
46.

CAPRICORN:
SDecember 22 to
January 20
An arrival of a friend who
helps you in restoring belief in


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little shaky due to some trying
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You will now pursue your
professional agenda, gaining
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AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
February 19
The coming week sees a shift
in your attitude, a move, which
has been well thought out.
You will try to improve your
communication with people
around you. Apart from these
personal efforts, you could also
work with experts in your field
to learn more. Romance is in the
air. Lucky Numbers: 13, 38,
88.

) PISCES:
February 20 to
March 21
Worldly gains are indicated.
The biggest development
this week is your increased
interest in religious and
spiritual affairs. Sincere attempts
to work towards the betterment
of people will gain you
much respect and adulation.
Keep your objectives clear
before you commit to any
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Numbers: 27, 64, 96.






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Policeman Injured In Bar Brawl
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo, persons whom he said that he was seeing
Friday, April 16, 2010: for the first time. One of them reportedly
An off duty policeman is pulled out a knife and inflicted the two
today recovering, on 15 days stab wounds.
sick leave, at his home in Benque PC Navarette informed that he pulled
Viejo Town from stab wounds he out the 9 mm police service revolver and
received in a bar brawl which fired three shots, all of which missed, at
occurred during the nighttime the attackers.
hours on Saturday, April 10, From the San Ignacio Community
2010. Hospital, PC Navarette was transported
It was at around 10:45 pm to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital
on Saturday, April 10, when in Belize City where he remained or a few
police were summoned to the days before being released.
emergency ward at the San Police informed that they are looking
Ignacio Community Hospital for the Landero brothers from the village
where they came upon a of Santa Familia who they believe could
colleague undergoing emergency assist them in the investigation.
medical treatment for stab The interesting aspect of this
wounds to the left side of the particular incident is the presence of
belly and the upper side of the an off duty policeman socializing in a
chest. bar armed with a loaded police gun.
Police Constable # 594
Rogelio Navarette, currently
attached the police sub forma-
tion in Benque Viejo town
informed that accompanied by
his brother, Abel Navarette, he i J
was socializing at the Baby .'
Cham Bar on Buena Vista 0 A1,li j OR 1i ". '.A
Street in San Ignacio town when
his brother became embroiled '
in an argument with two male
persons. PC Navarette informed
that he stepped over to find out Open with as little as $
what was happening. Whilst
attempting to find out what was Competitive interest ral
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Lily's Bar Up In Flames Again

From6FrontP Wg-


left merely to extinguish the
ashes. At around 5:30 am the
incident was brought under
control.
Contrary to reports in other
sections of the media, Rosalilia
Castillo informed that neither
the house nor its contents were
insured at the time of the
incident. She informed that
after reconstructing her property
in the wake of the December 10,
2005 fire which extensively
damaged her property at the
same location, she took out an
insurance policy but she did not


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Notice is hereby given that, in
accordance with the Intoxicating
Liquor License Ordinace, Chapter
150 of the Laws of Belize, Revised
Edition 2000, MIKE PRESTON
is applying for a BEER LIQUOR
LICENCE for the year 2010 to
operate MIDAS RESORT located
in Branch Mouth, Cayo District.


LRS-201003410


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


OWNERSHIP BY PRESCRIPTION


Name ofApplicant

GLORIA R. BANNER


Registration Section

COROZA ICENTRAl


Block No.


Parcel No.


711


Application for owneicrship by prescription for the above mcntioncd parcel situated in Coro7al Central Registration
Section has been received from GILORIA R. BANNER being Parcel No. 711 containing 61 1. Square Yards.

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person who rights and interest may be affected by
the registration of Gloria R. Banner as proprietor with absolute title for Parcel No. 711 Corozal Central Registration
Section containing 611.1 Square Yards is hereby requested to show cause on or within one month from the date thereof.
wihy ownership should not be granted to GLORIA R. BANNER.





(PATRICIA OBATEATP EREZ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


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CPBL PRESS RELEASE

S FRUIT PRICE SUBMISSIONS

Citrus Products of Belize Ltd. (CPBL) forwarded to the Citrus Growers Association (CGA) on April 8th, 2010 a
revised Fruit Price Submission, for the price to be paid to citrus growers, for oranges delivered to the factories, as per
the 2001 Citrus Price Formula (the Price Formula).

The Price Formula is a long standing agreement that was reached between the CGA and Del Oro Belize Ltd. (now
CPBL), on September 14th, 2001. It is used to determine the payment for both oranges and grapefruits delivered by
citrus growers to the processing facilities.

The Price Formula provides for the first payment to growers for oranges delivered to be determined by the six-month
average future prices for frozen concentrated orange juice (FCOJ) on the New York Board of Trade (NYBOT). The
futures market of the NYBOT is a speculative market in which options for FCOJ and other commodities are traded on
commodity prices for future delivery periods. The futures market is a volatile market in which prices change daily
dependent upon the views that traders hold of the future market prices for these commodities. This volatility is
evidenced by the fall in the average six months futures price for FCOJ from US$1.5363 per p/s on 15th March 2010 to
US$1.3558 per p/s on April 6th, 2010 and then on April 8th, 2010 it averaged US$1.287 per p/s.

Commodities, however, are sold at market prices at the date of sale. This selling price can be lower or higher than
future prices dependent on Market trend. Market prices normally follow the trend of the futures market but with a
time lag. It is therefore not uncommon for market prices to be between ten to fifteen percent higher or lower than
futures prices. This is why the Price Formula provides that subsequent price submissions after the first submission is
based upon a combination of actual contracted prices and the six-month average future prices for FCOJ in relation to
the uncontracted stock. The Price Formula provides for an automatic price review to take place at any time when the
future price for FCOJ changes by more than ten percent.

CGA requested, on March 15th, 2010, a revised Fruit Price Submission for oranges as per the Price Formula, since the
futures price for FCOJ was at US$1.5363 per p/s or 10.23 percent greater than the futures price for FCOJ under the
existing price submission sent on December 22nd, 2009 when the price was at US$1.3955 per p/s. On March 18th,
2010, CPBL forwarded to CGA, the revised price submission for oranges calculated in accordance with the Price
Formula. This new fruit price submission reflected a combination of actual Sales contract plus the value of uncontracted
stocks of approximately 4.9 millions p/s which was valued using the average six months futures price for FCOJ of
US$1.5363 per p/s. Based upon the Price Formula the new estimated final price for orange fruits was Bz$1.5227 per p/
s, or Bz$0.0851 per p/s lower than the previous Fruit Price Submission. CPBL advised CGA that although it had the
right to deduct Bz$0.0550 per p/s (i.e. 65% x $0.0851) from the next payment to growers, it would fore deductions at
that time and would wait until the second fruit price submission, due in June 2010, as per the Price Formula Agreement
to further assess the situation.

It is important for growers to note that on April 8th, 2010, CPBL submitted to the CGA, a revised fruit price
submission in accordance with the Price Formula since the futures price for FCOJ on the NYBOT had fallen beyond
the ten percent threshold, warranting a revised Fruit Price Submission. This new Fruit Price Submission showed a
further decline in the estimated fruit price of Bz$0.1316 per p/s. This means that growers have been overpaid by
Bz$0.0855 (i.e. 65% x $0.1316) per p/s. This should be deducted from the next fruit payment. However, CPBL has, for
the second time, offered to forego such deductions and wait until the second submission due in June 2010.

CPBL notes that it is not unusual for the final audited price to growers to be lower than the initial fruit price submission
since the final price submission reflects all sales contract and uncontracted carried forward stocks that are valued
using the average six months future for FCOJ.

Orange growers may recall that as recent as the crop year 2003-2004, growers were overpaid $0.057 per p/s as the final
price was lower than the price paid to growers using the average six months future price. In this case, CGA agreed
with CPBL, as stated in the CGA Minutes of the 37th AGM of the CGA held in June 2005 for the overpayment to be
treated as an interest free advance to growers, to be deducted from fruit payment due in the next crop year.

It must be noted that the agreement on the Price Formula also provides for the settlement of disputes arising from the
implementation of the Formula.

Because of past experiences and the fact that CPBL wishes to pay farmers the best possible price and pay a second and
final payment to all growers that CPBL see it prudent to issue this release. Grower's want a second and final payment
and CPBL wants also to be able to do this.

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From The Prospective

Of A Female Artist


WINBelize WINdows
By: Nehanda Higinio
Four and a half years ago when
I found out that I would be
having a baby, I started doing
some soul searching. Art was the
only avenue that I saw as the
perfect language to express what
I was going through.
It was an intimate world. A
world that reassured, celebrated
and defended my identity both
new and old. I was manifesting
my new self.
I showed some of my art
pieces to some close friends and
they all encouraged me to look
into this hobby as a profession.
I was reluctant to do so when I
discovered that 90% of artists in
Belize are men.
I respect all my colleagues
dearly. So this is not to bash any
of them. But from what I have
seen, the male perspective on art
is a lot different.
I came into the art industry
from my heart, expressing things
that affect me as a woman,
mother, lover, sister and many
other gender based roles. I
often find myself being the voice


of those women who have none
or have not yet found theirs. So
this isn't just about making
money, or making a name for
myself, or provoking my 78 year
old grandmother with a naked
Black Virgin Mary. This is about
telling the truth and creating a
level of sensitivity towards
women that have been used as
"the most expressive art form".
My intention is to encourage
the countless female artists who
are studying nursing, teaching,
accounting, while spending
countless nights hunched over
a piece of paper writing,
painting or sketching their hearts
out. Do not run away from your
true selves. Take a step outside
the box and be yourself.
We few female artists need
you to join, help make a voice
for all women. Be brave and
speak out, paint out, sketch out.

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ITB Launches Paint Beautification Project

The Ieliie Th?!fn B iAr t, II hlw~rl r wilh rhP ~.Min.rC rfTourism, Civiil 4kiutirhrn
and Culturo lhrougrf its portnirship with tha Florida Caritboan GCruio A5,xciation
tFCIA irave ebaf Ed on a Bel6e City Pa.nt Beaudfica tior Project.
As part uf its dri~inaliou cuiureach iniuative, Iov FCCA ha- donated 225 five-gallon
pals f pl Rm tlwilhp iv e Kd InrarnI
primary buiIjings in Brlize City along
iU I the cruise destination route


A working Co-nimirinlre has been
established to manage the
identificanon of buildings that would
benefit from the Paint Bea.ilihcahion
Project, The Committee comprises
of BTB, BTIA, the Belize C.li
Counc I, the Conscious Youth
Development Project (CYDP, Youth
fWr Ihe Future (YFF) and Arrhiltpl
Christy Masth,. The Cuiininltee
concurred that priority be given to


scioo-l- and goernmen1 r, i i s


The structures selected for beautlflcation have been identified as the Housing and
Planning building and fence, St. Mary' Sch o.,l fence, Ith Belize City Cncrnil and
Thurron Library The CYDP and the YFF pro-ided the labor ro get the job done.
The BTB facilitated Vie organization and logistics in its e e:uticn.
Works commenced on March 29th and all buildings wil Is full' painted by rne endof
April completing the First Phase of this project. The Second Phase will see more
Belize City buildings being painted shortly. The initiative is an active effort on the
pat of the FCCA and the Beize Tourism Board in collaboration with its partners to
imr.rrvP Ihp ;'Rre;rP n Aor i .. I RpIa (C.iy ftr rlur .I tn. rd. anrd1 rsl,1P.ni.s llke
F,,)iiiiiiiiiA
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Belize Electric Company Ltd.

A FORTIS COMPANY
Chalillo Unit
2 1 Miles Northern Highway
Belize City, Belize


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SESSIONS

Residents of Cristo Rey Village, San Ignacio Town, Santa Elena Town and stakeholders
along the Macal River, are invited to a presentation and information sharing meeting
on Mercury in our Environment and the health risk associated with high levels of
mercury in fish.


The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 in Cristo Rey Village at
the Community Center, commencing at 7:00 p.m.


The second meeting will be on Thursday, April 29, 2010 in San Ignacio Town at the
Cultural Center, commencing at 7:00 p.m.


These meetings are being coordinated by the Chalillo Public Participation Committee.


For more information please contact BECOL at 824-3016.







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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


dated 9th .January. 2000 and recorded in I)ccdis Iook VolumeL 3 of
2000 at Folios 763-772 in tfaour of JEANETTE NEAL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 003434
This parcel of land is sitrated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/
MESOP, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 401.

Tits parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2247 of 2001
dated IOtli .July, 2001 aind recorded in IDedJs I ouk Vol ume 29 of
2001 at Folios 1169-1174 in favour of IDII;lARD)O C1IAVARRIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003435
T'lis parcel-c of land is situated in tile Rcgislt-ration Section,
DANGRTf;\ SOTJTH, Block No. and ein Prcel No. ad en PrelN 1740.

T[lis parcel of lald is the sulbjct ot' Dle o )c of (GifL No. 1632 o r20)04
dated 14th JIly. 20f04 and recorded in Deeds RBrik Vollue 22 of
2004 at Folios 5.29-5.36 in favour of RFRIIN BI...DFS &
AINTIION Y BULLER (Juinlly).

APPLICA 0 ION NO. LRS-201003438
This parc-cl of hind i.s situalced iin ith Rcgisratlioni Sctiii. ORANGE
WAK TOWNI Block No. 4 and Ieing P.rcel No. 3039.

This parcel of' Ind is the isujecL o' a Conveyance No. 1347 of 2006
dated 7Lh March 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Voliume 17 ofl
2006 at Folios 1105-1114 in favour of LINDA DARNELL
TILLIE'I.

APPLICAIlON NO. LRS-201003441
This parcel ol'land is situated in the RegisLration SecLion; ORANCEF
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1568.

Thlis parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 3691 of 2006
dated 6th Novenmber. 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book VWlume 43
of 2006 at Folios 1299-1308 in favowu of MISIONERAS IIIJAS
DE T.A PADRES SANTISIMA DE T.A LT Z

APPLICAIrON NO. LRS-201003442
Thlis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PLACENTIA NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1727.

This parcel of land is Lhe subject of a Minister's FiaL GrantNo. 1038
of 2000 dated 10th November. 2000 in favour of RICHARD
WESIBY,.

APPLICATION NO. T.RS-201003443
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
LOTTISVILLE, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 167.

Tlis parcel of land is the subject of a Ministr's l'iat Grant No, 48 of
1992 dated 3rd February 1992 in lfvour o' ARCENIO CORREA.

APPLICAIlON NO. LRS-201003449
This parcel of' land is situated in the Regis.ration Section,
PLACENTTA NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 915.

This parcel of land is the subject ol a Deed of Conveyance No. 690
of 2001 dated 8th Febnrary. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Vol-
ume 10 of 2001 at Folios 1281-1294 in favour of VICTOR.IA .NL
.E1 EZ.

FPPLICA-IION NO. LRS-201003450
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section.
PL.CENT'LA\ ORI'11, Block No. 36 and bcinii Parcel No. 914,

This parcel of land is the subject o[a Deed of Conveyance No. 3098
of 2000 dated 26 h July, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book \Volume


46 of 2000 at Folios 1-1.6 in fvour of .MYRRIIA EBERLY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003465
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. FORT
GEIORGIKPICKSTOCK, ]Block No. 45 and I-ing Parcel No. 652.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1474
of 1992 dated 29th July. 1 992 and recorded in I)ceds 3ool Volume
17 of 1992 at Folios 649-660 in favour of FLOYD ARKEL
BROWN.

APPLICATION NO. IRS-21H003586


This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
MI1SOP, Blockl No. 45 ald Icing Parcl No. 817.


ALBERT/


This parcel of land is the subject of a.. Deed of Co nveyance No. R84
of 1973 dated I lit Septcmbler, 1973 and recorded in ])eeds BookM
Volume 9 of 1973 at ]Folios 595-606 in favour of LEROY
TAFGAR.

APPITC\XTION NO. LRS-2010035-98
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section PORT!
LOYOLAVILLE. Block No. 45 mid being P ircl No. 1527.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's I'iar Grant No. 637
of 2005 dated 2nd Seplcmber. 2005 in i.ia 'r of EUSTACE
AN.DREWS.

APPLICArION NO. LRS-201003599
This parcel ol' land is sitLaled in the Registration SecLion, PORT!
LOYOLAVILLE, Dlock No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1526.

This parcel oJ'land is the subject of a Minister's FiaL Grant No. 995
oF200 I dated 13lbh January. 2001 in lavor of EIT STACE iF.NDREWS.

APPLICATION NO. I.RS-201)003600
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
'WALK TOWN_, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1635.

This parcel of land is the subject ol'a Deed of Conveyance No. 627
of 2008 dared 5th March, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Vol-
umne 8 o' 2008 at Folios 993-1002 in Iavour of MAREYIA
REBEC CA I1ERNANDE L

APPLICATION NO. L.RS-201003602
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section.
DAN GRIGA SOUTHI Block No. 31 and being Parcel No, 2499.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 631
of 1991 dated 9th April, 1991 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
7 of 1991 at Folios 1169-1178 in favour of CELESTINA SITAZO
LINO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003603
This parcel of lmad is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NOR'I1. Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1812.

This parcel of land is tihe subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2148
of 201)2 dated 2,/1h July, 2tW02 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
26 of 2002 at Folios 357-366 & Deed of Conveyance No. 1059 of[
2008 dated 17th April, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
13 of 2008 at Folios 527-534 in favour of CLALDIA MAL

APPLIC-rIION NO. LRS-201003604
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Seclion. SAN
IGNACIO SOFTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2157.

This parcel of land is the subi ect of a Conveyance No. 677 of 2008
a







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Hugo Chavez cries sabotage, while his critics just cry 'Bananas'


Venezuelan authorities arrested
eight Colombians and accuse
them of subversive acts
Rory Caroll in Caracas, The
Observer, Sunday 11 April 2010
Nation-wide blackouts and
rationing have eroded Hugo
ChAvez's popularity.
It sounded like a Frederick
Forsyth plot transplanted to South
America: Colombian spies in league
with the US infiltrated Venezuela to
sabotage the electricity supply, sow
chaos and topple President Hugo
ChAvez. Venezuelan authorities
arrested eight Colombians last week
and accused them of subversive
acts against the country's energy
infrastructure. They allegedly
had photographs of electricity sub-
stations, transmission systems and
highways.
"The Colombian government
will have to explain this," Chavez
said during a televised cabinet
meeting. "Some of them had
Colombian army ID cards. One of
them worked as a medic in the
Colombian army, then went to
live in Canada, then came
to Barinitas. Very strange
movements."
The arrests six were detained
in the small town of Barinitas and
two in the state ofAragua have


President Hugo Chavez
reignited tensions between the
Andean neighbours in the run-up to
next month's presidential election
in Colombia. President Alvaro
Uribe, a US ally who regularly
clashes with Venezuela's socialist
leader, responded swiftly: "The
government of Colombia cannot
permit violations of human rights
against its citizens, whether they
live in Colombia or elsewhere."
A less than convincing claim,
given Colombia's grim record on
state-backed death squads.
Chavez also struggled to
convince. An energy crisis triggered
by drought and under-investment
has led to nation-wide blackouts
and rationing, crippling the
economy and eroding Chavez's
popularity. Last week he extended
the electricity emergency for


another 60 days, accusing "coun-
ter-revolutionaries" of exploiting
the crisis by cutting cables, among
other tactics. "Who knows how
many power cuts... have been the
product of sabotage?"
Critics and many ordinary
Venezuelans scoffed and said the
government's latest claim of a plot
seemed something out of Woody
Alien's spoof on tropical despotism,
Bananas. According to relatives,
five of the detained Colombians are


members of a family that has lived
in Venezuela for 17 years and owns
an ice-cream factory. Chavez
said the factory was a "facade",
without elaborating.
He also claims to have thwarted
numerous US-backed assassination
plots against him. The satirical
newspaper Tal Cual reported that
the US state department had a
clandestine section to train
iguanas to sabotage Venezuela's
infrastructure.


CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


dated 21st February, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of
2008 at Folios 281-288 in favour of GRECC REYES &.1 ESUSI TA
REYES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003605
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, MILLER'S
BIGHT. Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Ded of Conveyance No. 175
of 1994 dated 25th January, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Vol-
ume 28 of 1992 at Folios 155-162 in favour of [ISI-TSE CIIEN &
LUKE S. LIU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003606
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORT1, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 118.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1318 of 1995
dated 17th June. 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 15 of
1995 at Folios 173-176 in favour of BERNADETTE GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003615
This parcel of land are situated in the RegiliJtlon Scction, SAN
JOSE/SAN PABLO, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 973.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 133
of 1996 dated 29th April, 1996 in favor of EDILBERTO SANKER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003619
Tlis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE


WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Paredl No, 1615,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 1720 of
1992 dated 26th August, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
1 9 of 1992 at Folios 1485-1492 in favour of ERNESTO RAMON
GONGORA & LOURDES NAH (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. TRS-201003627
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being' Parcel No. 1152.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 463
of 2002 dated 9th AngusL, 2002 in favor of RITA GORDON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003644
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1559.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 752
of 1998 dated 18th March, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 9 of 1998 at Folios 1380-1399 in favour of BRIAN
CULLERTON & (BRIDGET CUl..ERTON-Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003650
This parcel of land are siluated in Ihe Regislralion Section,
PIACENTIA NOIRT'H, Block No. 36 and being I'arcel No. 1432.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Con veyance No 2183 of 200 I
dated 1st April, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 29 of
2001 at Folios 225-244 in favour of DWANYE WEST &
MICH AEL HORNICK.


Bullet Tree Mission Youth Association

Wants to remind friends & neighbors
of its April program to raise money
for scholarship students.

* River clean up, river volleyball, games,
prizes, food & DJ

9:00 a.m. Sunday, April 18th, Bullet Tree Village
across the bridge.
Mahogany Hall
Open House/Fundraiser
Wednesday, April 28th, 5-7 p.m.
Hors D'oeuvres, Cash Bar, DJ


m "







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ONE OF TWO GUATEMALAN BANDITS KILLED

IN THE PROCESS OF TERRORIZING BELIZEANS


all die. The assailant with the
grenade proceeded to demand
the conductor's purse. The
conductor, Ricardo Quiroz, 32,
who was seated on the interior
hood of the bus engine, reached
for the purse which was lodged
between the dashboard and the
front windshield and handed it
to him. He then threw the purse
to the one with the gun.
The gunman produced a blue
and red nylon bag into which he
placed the purse as he walked up
to the front of the bus and began
pointing the gun at passengers
ordering them to put their
property into the bag.
Realizing that they were being
robbed, some passenger further
down the aisle began concealing
their property. None of the
assailants wore masks.
As the bus was approaching
the first street light signaling
the entrance into Succotz village,
the assailant with the grenade
ordered the gunman to hurry.
He ordered the driver to open
the door. He walked backwards
and stood on the bottom step of
the bus and this was when a male
passenger stood up, rushed
towards him and stomped him in
the chest. The grenade man fell
out of the slow moving bus.
The same male passenger
rushed towards the gunman who
by this time was in the middle
of the bus, he attacked the
gunman and threw him to the
floor, during the struggle the
gunman pulled the trigger of the
gun he carried and it snapped
at least two or three times. The
passenger stomped on his
arm resulting in the assailant
releasing his grip on the gun.
Other passengers joined in the
attack on the bandit.
A female passenger was seated
in the aisle seat right next to the
spot where the scuffle was


taking place. She reportedly
hopped over several seats and
made her way to the back of the
bus. She opened the back door
and jumped out landing on the
side of the highway. She was
later identified as Lucia Carillo,
19, Belizean student, from
Benque Viejo Town. She was
first transported to the San
Ignacio Town Hospital and later
to the Karl Heusner Memorial
Hospital in Belize City. She is
currently in critical condition at
the Belize Healthcare Partners
Hospital in Belize City. She is a
4th form student attending
Sacred Heart College in San
Ignacio. As she prepares for
graduation in June, Lucia was
reportedly returning to Benque
Viejo Town after visiting a friend
in San Ignacio.
After the attacker was
subdued, the passengers began
shouting for the driver to drive
the bus directly to the police
station in Benque Viejo Town.
The driver sped over all the
speed bumps on the way to the
police station where the injured
and bleeding assailant was
handed over to police. He was
rushed to the San Ignacio Town
Hospital where he was officially
pronounced dead.
The bloody body, clad in a
black T-shirt and bluejeans pants
bore many stab wounds to the
back.
Police found a Guatemalan
birth certificate inside the
pants pocket of the deceased
in the name of Wilson Orlando
Paz Dominguez, born in
Parcela El Jabin, Santa
Lucia Cotzumalguapa in the
Guatemalan province of
Escuintla.
While the deceased might have
been born in the interior of
Guatemala, sources close to the
investigation informed of the
likelihood that he resided in the


bordering Guatemalan Suchitan
Barrio which is described as a
criminal nest in Melchor De
Mencos, Peten, Guatemala.
A post mortem examination
conducted by forensic specialist
Dr. Mario Estradabran on
Wednesday, April 14 at the Karl
Heusner Memorial Hospital in
Belize City certified the "cause
of death as exsanguination,
internal and external bleeding
as a consequence of multiple
stab wounds." The body was
subsequently handed over to the
Department of Human Services
and was buried at the Lord Ridge
Cemetery in Belize City also on
Wednesday, April 14.
A female passenger who was
seated next to Lucia Carillo
before she jumped out of the
moving bus recalls that when
the gunman searched her by
pushing his hand in her bosom
all she could recall was that "his
hand was cold as ice. The next
thing she recalls is that the
gunman was attacked first by a
lone passenger and then the girl
sitting next to her was gone.
Benque Viejo police informs
that every piece of property,
including the conductor's purse
and the gun, have been
recovered as they were all
contained in the red and blue
nylon bag retrieved from the
assailant.
The firearm retrieved from the
assailant is a Taurus brand, point
22 caliber, six shooter revolver
bearing serial number GG93441
with 3 live rounds of ammuni-
tion in the barrel. None of the
three bullets had any firing pin
indentation, thereby leading the
police to assume that either the
trigger was not pulled as
reported or that the gunman


The D&E Bus driver
Ernesto Castillo Jr., 19
might have miscalculated the
revolution of the barrel and
pulled the trigger on three
empty chambers.
The recovered property
included the conductor's purse
containing 788 dollars in cash,
2 cellular telephones, a black
wallet, a black plastic bag, a
silver plated chain, a bead
bracelet, a silver loop earring and
67 dollars in cash.
As they await instructions from
the office of the Director of
Public Prosecutions, Benque
Viejo police are still holding on
to the bag of recovered items.
With the possible threat of the
presence of a grenade in the area
where the bandit was stomped
out of the bus, Benque Viejo
police merely stood guard in the
area until daybreak when, with
assistance from the Belize
Defense Force the area was
thoroughly searched but nothing
was found.
This incident has caused major
concerns for the senior ranks at
the San Ignacio police station
especially amidst allegations
that two persons, one armed with
a grenade and the other with an
illegal firearm, were present in
the center of San Ignacio Town
as they awaited the arrival of the
bus. The local senior command
informs that, as a preventative
measure, officers on patrol will
increase searches on suspicious
persons in these areas of town.


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