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Publication Date: May 2, 2010
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OVER SIX YEARS ON THE RUN, ACCUSED MURDERER


MELVIN SALAZAR TURNS HIMSELF IN TO THE POLICE


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Wednesday, April 28, 2010:
After being on the run for over 6
years; at around 10 o'clock this
Wednesday morning, accused murderer
Melvin Salazar, 29, accompanied by
a San Ignacio Justice of the Peace,
walked up the steps of the San Ignacio
police station and handed himself in.
Melvin Salazar, 23 at the time, stands


accused of the December 16,
2004 chopping death of Ermildo
"Cha-kiste" Coc, also 23 at that time,
of a Thornley Street address in San
Ignacio Town.
At the time of the incident,
Salazar and Coc were working on a
construction site at Barton Creek Farm
on the Mountain Pine Ridge Road
near the village of Georgeville. Salazar


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SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Monday, April 26, 2010:
Family and friends packed the Sacred
Heart Church in San Ignacio today to
celebrate the life and bid final farewell
to Mrs. Inez August Fernandez who
passed away quietly at her home on
George Price Avenue, Santa Elena, at
around 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 24.
Among those attending the funeral
service were Prime Minister Hon.
Dean Barrow, Deputy Prime Minister
Gaspar Vega, Ministers John
Saldivar, Erwin Contreras, Anthony
"Boots" Martinez, Rene Montero
and Ramon Witz as well as other
government officials and members of
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Mrs. Inez Fernandez, 78
SUNRISE: January 28, 1932
SUNSET: April 24, 2010


Melvin Estuardo Salazar, 29
began working on the site a mere 6 days prior to the
incident. He reportedly left home at around 9:00 am
on December 14 to collect his pay and that was the last
time relatives saw him until 2 days later when he was
detained by the police shortly after the incident.
The injured Ermildo Coc, with multiple chop wounds
to head, face and chest was transported to the San
Ignacio Town Hospital where he was officially
pronounced dead.
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Western Highway Jackings Resurfacing


SANTA ELENA TOWN,
Cayo, Thursday, April 29,
2010:
The late night/early morning
Santa Elena Town jackings,
on that stretch of the Western
Highway between the
Hawksworth Bridge and Carillo
Puerto Avenue is on an apparent
comeback.
Many of these cases go
unreported because the victim is
either embarrassed to lodge a
formal complaint as in most
cases they are drunk and are
attacked as they stagger down
the highway on their way home
or because the items taken from
them are considered minimal in
value with the items of choice


Just as swiftly as he was
detained, arrested and formally
charged for murder, in similar
fashion Salazar escaped
from police custody. He was
reportedly awaiting transporta-
tion to the Belize Central Prison
and while the cell block was
going through the usual
morning cleaning process,
Salazar reportedly bolted out of
the station and instead of running
across the Hawksworth bridge,
he swam across the Macal river
and that was the last time the
police saw him.
Now that he is in police
custody, Salazar informed that he
spent 2 years in Mexico but was
too far away from his family and
so he relocated to Santa Elena,
Peten, Guatemala. Whilst in
Guatemala he was robbed and in
the process he was shot three
times. He received a gunshot
wound to the right arm and two
to the left side of the abdomen.

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for the jackers being cellular
telephones andjewelry. Victims
in these circumstances rarely
carry large sums of money as in
many cases those staggering
down the highway might have
spent most if not all their money
on the booze and not leaving a
least a little cash for the taxi ride
back home.
One such reported instance
occurred at around 4:00 am on
Thursday, April 29. Jaime
Requena, 37, Belizean Park
Ranger of a Western Highway,
Santa Elena Town address
reported that he was on his
way home and upon reaching in
front of Joe's Cool Spot Club,
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194, Laws of Belize, Revised
following Land and Lease


He informed that whilst in
Guatemala he made several
overnight trips to visit his
common law wife and two
children in Santa Elena, Cayo.
He said that he turned himself
in because he was tired of being
on the run and also because
he knew that the police were
closing in on him and he did not
want to be shot and possibly
killed in the process of being
recaptured.
Having been previously
charged for the murder of
Ermildo Coc, Salazar will now
be charged for escape. With the
accused in custody, the murder
trial will now proceed.


Purstant to Section 37(3) of the Registered Land Act, Chapter
Edition 2000, notice is hereby given of the loss of the
Ccrtificatcs:-


NA.ME Registration Section Block & C ffe Nos.
NAME Certificate Nos.
Parcel Nos.
BARNEY W ISSACS Society Hall 24/16 2786/1'993 dtd 2,6/1993

ANASTACIO SANDOVAL Esperanza Vilge 23/96 8890/2000 dtd 22/12.2000

It is proposed to cancel the above Land/Lease Certificates after the expiratioa 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 Rcgisty, Ministry of Natural
Resources & the Environment, Ilmopan.




(PLATRICL OBATEAL REZ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


OVER SIX YEARS ON THE RUN, ACCUSED MURDERER
MELVIN SALAZAR TURNS HIMSELF IN TO THE POLICE


LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES







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Freelance Writer and Photographer in Belize

Freelance writer Karen Catchpole and photographer Eric Mol are currently in Country Business partner,
Catchpole and Mohl have been working alongside the BTB to formal an itinerary that will cover all their needs
while in Belize.
SCatchpole a nd Mohl arrived in Belize on April 9th and during their three week stay the couple will cover several
stories during their trip. Their articles on Belize will be featured in National Geographic (circulation of 715,000),
the Minneapolis Star Tribune (circulation of 500,000j, Travel & Leisure (circulallon of 950,000), Every Day with
Rachel Ray (circulation of 2 million), The Toronto Star Sun (circulation of 300,000) and receiving
www.itravelishrp with 400,000 visrors per month.
In addition to these greatly recognized and c rculated media outlets Catchpole ana Mohl are also travel bloggers
reaching over 5,5 o additional readers who follow them on their travel adventures around the world. They are also featured bioggers for
Lonely Planet Guide Book which attracts over 1.25 million visitors every month from theirwebllte.
The BTBassisted the couple in securing and programming accommodations and activities with various industry stakeholders such as Ian Anderson's Caves Branch, Lamanai Outpost
Lodge, Program For elize- La Milpa Field Station, The Great House, Mala Chica. Turneffe island Resort and Turtle inn.




The BTB and Ministr of Tourism meet with SITCAto advance oudism opportunities

The Central American Council of Tourism Ministers hosted its 74th Ordinary Meab rg in Panama. April 21st to 23rd, 2010. The participating Belize Delegabon included the Minister of
Tourism, CIv IAviation & Culture, Hon. Manuel Heredla, the Director ofTourism, SelenI Matus and Marketing Officer. Jordana Riveroll.
Sistema do ]a
The meetings focused on regional Marketing initiatives such as the CentralAmerican Travel Market (CATM) now in its seventh year which is being intogracion
co-coordinated by host country Guatemala with the assistance of the six other Central American countries. Bellze's participation Is currently Centroamericana
being organized by the TI and the BTIA_ (SICA)
At the meeting. Belize's Minister of Tourism. Hon. Manuel Heredia. tabled Belize's working relationship w itn CATA(the Central Amerlcan Tourism
Agency) as the Body responsible for m areting the Central American region in Europe and Asia The objective was to seek greater areas of collaboration with CATA in strengthening
marketing efforts in the European market As a result, CATA will be traveling to elize shortly to meet with the Belze tourism public and private sectors in an effort to work in a more
collaborative approach and to leverage our marketing Investne nt as a destination and region. e I(itr iV It.
The Meetings also provided Belize with an opportunity to present its new Director of Tourism to its Central American partners. me ..




Belize is promoted to the trade in Guatemalan City

The Satlre Tourism Board partnered with Maya Regional to host a breakfast presentation to over one hundred
wholesalers and Iravelagents in Gualemala Cily on Tuesday. April 28th. 2010.
At the invitation of Maya Regional, the BTB had an opportunity to further promote Belize as a premier vacation
dest nation of choie to our regional neighbors This breakfast presentation allowed the agents and wholesalers an
opportunity to see and learn mre of Belize's diversity in its produt offering which they would then be able to share
with their clients locking for a nearby destinaloio to dive, go cav-tubing and explore our Maya Temples. It also '
allowed them first hand to ask questions on Belle and to establish a public sector point of contact for future
enquiries for them to do business in Belize. Maya Island Regional showcased their product offering to these agents whom they have identified as their working partners to grow
business opportunities in Belize
Representing the BTB were Board member Mr Gaspar Guenerroand Marketing Officer Lorena Martinez.
These captive presentations allow Belize to further grow its emerging markets In CentralAmerica and develop sound relationships with local Central American operators In growing
futu re European visits through he Centra I American gateway.



National Sustainable Tourism Master Plan Kicks Off

A Kick-Off stakeholder workshop was hild at the Rad Isson Fort George Holel on Friday April 23,2010 to conclude "Phase0" within .
the development of the National Sustainable Tourism Master Plan. The workshop ended a four day tour of desti nations within
Belize by "Tourrsm and Leisure" consultants Juan Manuel Ribera (Team Leader) and Gustavo Bassotti IProject Coordinator,
Sustainable Tourism Developmenl Specialist).
Recognizing the cross-sectoral nature of the tourism industry, representatives from the private sector, multiple Government
Departments, and OGOs were introduced to the mission and objectives of the project and invited to share first-hand knowledge of
the current status of the Beize tourism industry, Valuable input was provided by the stakeholders through an assessment of the
strengths. weaknesses, opportunities and threats, including identifcatlon to Bell e's assets and destinations for future tourism
development, a'
Without a clear plan Mr. Bassoti stressed that Belize would experience higher negative environmental and social impacts from
tourism, would not enjoy the maximum potential economic benefits, and the industry would suffer from a lack of leadership. He
noted the importance of ensuring that lourism aetvilies benefit the local residents to assure Suslainabi lity


Following this preliminary insight into the tourism offering, for the next two months firm "Tourism and Leisure" will implement the Ki-off Work shop participants c onemrpLale me
first phase of Ihe project involving data collection and analysis in the areas of tourism demand, supply, competitors governance face of Bae's touriam Indlutry in year 2030
and best practice. Alarger team, including a policy expert, economist and lourism physical planner will be in-counlry in early May
to carry out interviews, surveys and destination visits throughout the country along with local counterparts. it is envisaged that the final draft of the National Sustainable Tourism
Master Plan wiln be completed by the end ofthe year, prior to the finalization of more detailed plans for San Ignacio, Belize City.Placencia Peninsula andAmbergris Caye
The development of the National Sustainable Tourism Master Plan is a cornponent under the Sustainable Touri mn Program (STP). Funding for the US$1 Srnillion program is provided by
the Government of Belize through an IDB loan, and from the Belize Tourism Board. For more information about the program please contact the Project Co-ordinating Unit at
Info@sulsainablelourismbz.org or visit the STP wabsiie www.sustnablelfourismbz.org,






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Winning Cyclist Picks Up Prize From Galen
GALEN UNIVERSITY,
Central Farm, Cayo,
Friday, April 23, 2010:
He was the first cyclist to I
crossed the line at Galen
University on the way to San
Ignacio in the April 3, Annual
Holy Saturday Cross Country
Cycling Classic and today,
Edward 'Chris' Reyes, visited ..
the University campus at -
Central Farm Cayo to pick his .:
prize which included a gift:
certificate for a free course at l "' "
Galen University, valued at
$750 and 10 mahogany trees,
were delivered by the Univer-
sity's President, Dr. Louis The Winner,Edward 'Chris'Reyes, addressing the
Zabaneh. gathering at Galen University, Central Farm, Cayo
Several members of the On the trip to Galen Association, Mr Emil Moreno.
university staff, brimming with Univesity's campus today, Mr. who spoke of his vision for a
excitement, to see the young man Reyes was accompanied by the Cycling Association that
who has made a name for president of the Belize Cycling operates on behalf of the entire
himself in the 82nd Annual Cross
Country Cycling Classic, were Be A Part Of This Year's An
present to celebrate the moment. Aa
The free course gift certificate.Agricultural Trade Show
can be chosen from any of It begins at 9:00 am sharp on Sa
the University's ten quality on the riverside at the Iguana
undergraduate programs.
In accepting his prize,Mr. BY: Jeremy Wilken comers and families to attend.
Reyes, who has been riding for Grumpy Old Men and All teams must be present at the
five years, recounted the history Belize Canoe Association signing in and announcements
of his involvement in the sport. Thursday, April 29, 2010: on the riverside at Iguana Creek
He spoke of his humble The National Agricultural Bridge at 8:00 am
beginnings on beach cruisers. Trade Show Committee with the The race is scheduled to begin
He also spoke about his family's assistance of The Belize Canoe at 9:00 am sharp and is expected
unwavering support. Association (BCA) presents the to last about 3 hours ending at
It's an inspiring story of a "Annual NationalAgricultural the Trade Show Grounds.
young man who wanted to be a Trade Show Canoe Race". Entry fee is only $50 per team.
cyclist from a young age. His The race is scheduled for Rules will follow the standards
sight is firmly on the goal, and Saturday 1st May 2010. It is set by the committee of "TheLa
he has been consistently taking open to all. Ruta Maya River Challenge" as
the necessary steps to get there. The BCA is encouraging new well as those used by the BCA


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country, thereby, enabling young
men and women from across the
country to fulfill their dreams of
becoming competing cyclists.
In addressing the gathering
assembled for the ocassion,
Dr. Zabaneh expressed the
university's pleasure for being
a platinum sponsor of this
year's Annual Cross Country
Cycling Classic, and spoke
of the university's growing
involvement in Belizean sports.
He also offered the University's
assistance to plant the ten
mahogany trees wherever Mr.
Reyes wants them planted.
The official handing ceremony
was followed by a tour of the
campus.
Galen University is very
excited to welcome Edward
"Chris" Reyes as a future
student, and wishes him all the
best in his cycling career.


inual National

Canoe Race
iturday, May 1,
Creek Bridge
including the mandatory
wearing of life jackets.
Categories will include Male,
Female, Mixed, Masters, Juniors
under 16, Family, Dory and
Pleasure Craft.
Cash prizes and trophies will
be awarded to the overall
winners and winners of each
category.
BCA wishes to thank the main
sponsors of this year's race
which includes The National
Agricultural Trade Show


Committee, Skylighters Unlim-
ited and Architectural Accents as
o OFFc well as all other persons who
APPI I O have helped in making this race
APPLI' F ITN a reality.
PENBo FE WITH the Association invites the
O 2010! ThsAa 1, AI. general public to attend the race
.i..7th +0CaoWr T ,ri0 as it promises to be a fun filled
"arm CAMPus Ir ,ratt day.
1. 4:0i p.m. + All proceeds from the event
n will be donated to the Associa-
INCqeeLU tDE\: .P IC. tion and is earmarked to assist
'plicaltions EV oro^i ir uive6 the Belize teams to attend and
'1cti0 n 0, r oS participate in this year's Texas
ymn't ..et. Ho i t~ ~~t Safari.
r= ~ar The organizing committee for
ll1,~ ~nA this year's race takes this
i opportunity to inform that
rnmutiotn there will be no Safety Boat on
isiln rO .., \0 the river this year and the water
c llf l1Siil M-. is low making some parts of the
iP-rCTi,.u1 t n i river faster and strainers more
tificates from 1, JLe's, d .,. .CCce ----- common. Each team will be
Inn, (;ic.,J.c's, M. .c responsible for their own support
.he AguaJ and N-g-! and safety.







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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


In accordance with Section 13 of the Registered L.and Act Chapter
194, Revised Edition 2000, I, PATRICIA ROBATEAU PEREZ, for
Registrar of Lands, hereby serve notice that within one month
from the date hereof, 1 intend to register the following parcels of
land listed below for which application for first registration have been
received.

'he attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice,
Any person whose rights and interest may be affected by the
regislcring of these parcels must get in touch with me before expiry
date of this notice between Moinday to Fridays at the Land Registry,
Belmopan.




(PATRIC ROBATEAL Z) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003757
This parcel of Lrnd is situated in the Registration Section,, VALLEY
COlMMUN ITY/AL'IA VISTA, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No.
470.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 224
of 2002 dated 28th March, 2002 in favour of KHEMIWATTIE
MOHABIUL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003758
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VALLEY
COMM iUN fIY/A IA VISTA, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No.
145.

'his parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 71 of
2001 dated 22nd April, 2001 i lfvour ofINDRADEO MOHABIIL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003793
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2474.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1526
of 2008 dated 27th May, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
19 of 2008 at Folios 131-138 in favour of RONN IE ERICK KI E.

APPLICATION NO, I.RS-201003794
'his parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2117.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance N<.- 1796
of 200'8 dated 18th .une, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
21 of 2008 at Folios 1255-1262 in favour of MELINDA
ALAbtLLA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003795
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2158.

'his parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 686 of 2008
dated 25th February, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of
2008 at Folios 365-374 in favour of PAUL INE YOUNG
LONGSWORTH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003796
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2160.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 681 of 2008
dated 25th February, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of


2008 at Folios 317-326 in favour of MARIANA VERDE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003797
This parcel of land is sittit-d in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No, 23 anid being Parcel No. 2572.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyancc No. 1777 of 2008
dated 19th June, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 21 of
2008 at Folios 1103-1110 in favour of DOYLE FLOWERS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003799
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
SAN IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No.
2523.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No 2047 of 2008
dated 19th June, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of
2008 at Folios 703-710 in favour of DORITA PACHECO.

API'LICA'ION NO. LRS-201003844
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIIO NORTI, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 667.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3648 of 2008
dated 16th December, 2008 and recorded in Deeds B(xok Volume 43
of 2008 at Folios 229-238 in favouir of EDGAR PINELO &
MICHELLE PINELO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003903
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VALLEY
COMMUNITY/ALTA VISTA, Block No. 31 and bcuin Parcel No.
249.

This parcel of land is the subljct of a Conveyance dated 31st
December. 2009 and recorded in Deeds Book Volumr e 1 of 2010 at
Folios 817-82t, in favour of DANIEL TOTH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2 01003904
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
JOAQUIN/SAN MAXIMO,Block No. I and being Parcel No. 320.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 809
of 2000 dated 24th September, 2000 in favour of SYLVIA V.
LEONARDO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003905
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1660

This parcel of land is the subject of a Vesting Assent No. 3321 of
2007 dated 29th October, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 40 of 2007 at Folios 1093-1098 in favour of MARISOL
IES1.IE NF F\\1IOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003906
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1814.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 50 of
1985 dated 12th March, 1985 in favour of GLADYS SUAZO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2 01003907
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S
SQUARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 534.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 726
of 1998 dated 7th July, 1998 in favour of VENICE MOODY.


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An Independent Chairperson and : ::i: :;I

Six UDP Councillors In Esperanza


Sumbitted by the United
Democratic Party, Cayo
Northeast Executive Committee:
ESPERANZAVILLAGE, Cayo
Wednesday, April 28, 2010:
Esperanza Village in the Cayo
District was one of several
villages across the country
where council elections were
held on Sunday, April 25, 2010.
After seven hours of voting,
the polls were closed at 5:00 pm
and when the counting was
completed, the following
persons were elected to form
the new council in Esperanza
Village: Mrs. Sylvia Godoy,
Chairperson winning on an
independent ticket; Councillors
Marvin Orellano, Shern
Robateau, Wayne Casey, Jane
Martinez, Sherlyne Casey and
Idollyn Adolphus all contesting
the election on a United Demo-
cratic Party (UDP) slate.
Cayo Northeast Area
Representative Hon Elvin
Penner visited Esperanza
Village on Tuesday, April 27th
where he met and was officially


- i ,
(L-R) The Council Elect for Esperanza Village, Cayo,
Marvin Orellano, Shern Robateau, Wayne Casey, Jane
Martinez, outgoing Chairman Edward Flowers, Chairperson
elect Mrs. Sylvia Godoy, Area Represenative Hon Elvin
Penner, Sherlyne Casey and Idollyn Adolphus


introduced to the Chairperson
and Members elect o f the new
Esperanza Village Council.
Minister Elvin Penner was
accompanied by the outgoing
Chairman of the village, Mr.
Edward Flowers.
During the meeting, several
issues and concerns affecting the
village were discussed.


The new team also discussed
future events and activities. The
first announced planned event
will be a Mother's Day program
which is scheduled to be held
during the second week in
May.
The newly elected team in


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NOTICE

The Belize Bank Limited hereby informs its
customers that the San Pedro and San Ignacio
Branches will be closed for business
on Saturday May 1", 2010.

For everyday banking transactions, please use our ATMs
located countrywide, your Belize Bank VISA Debit card
or credit cards, or visit our website at
www. belizebank.com.

The Belize Bank Limited takes this opportunity
wish its customers and all Belizeans a
safe and happy Labour Day.

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VACANCY NOTICE

A Vacancy exist at

FIVE SISTERS LODGE
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For a

Resident General Manager

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* Possess a Bachelor's Degree in Tourim/usiness Management
* Have years experience in Hot Business Management
* Be HonestHardworking a Team Player

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a copy of your resume to:

P.O. Box 173
San Ignacio Town
Cayo District

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Election and Boundaries Department


VLAECUCELCINR Jl'6ARL251,0


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
RANCHITO, COROZAL on SUNDAY, APRIL 25", 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Orvin Rancharan Chairman 383 Elected
2 Andrew Rancharan Councillor 386 Elected
3 Mario Lara Couneillor 386 Elected
4 Enrique Magana Councillor 384 Elected


Ranael Tun


Councillor 383 Elected
k _Councillor 381 Elected
Man Councillor 381 Elected


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
BURREL BOOM, BELIZE on SUNDAY, APRIL 25T, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Paul A. Bradley Chairman 124 Elected
2 Aake Ardeth Bapist Cssanova Councillor 190 Elected
I Dallon Hegenald (a.lelt .lr. Councillor 186 Ellede
J ,~Henrnorih A. HVu.ood Councillor 18fl Elecled


Beverly Evelin Hanson


6 G
7 A


Ifono Pinelo
e Lind


Councillor


164 Elected
146 1Elected


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
CALCUTTA, COROZAL on SUNDAY, APRIL 25"H, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
SReceived
I Felie Falhro .lr Chairman 2111 Fit-crtd
2 Hilermo Clarke Councillor 211 Eleclrd
o3 Rbrlo Gar Cia (Ciun'lll.)r 2117 Flrlredt
Holis Baplal Councillor 2016 Elected
.5 Maria Ga(;man Coiun(ill.jr 2111 Flk\ecd
i I Marnn Lopez Councillor 195 Elected
S Mjar lrxnn Alcor ] Cuuncillor 4194 E.lcced

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
SAN JOAQUIN, COROZALI on SI INDA., APRIL 25T, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
] Marceli Cristina Tzul Chairman 433 Elected
S Ingrid Na-li Pcre Councillor 1.117 Elctedl
j C rrsenr r nmelda C'rrs C ouncillor 115 Elecred
4 Racardo Ellis Councillor 415 Elected
Raiulrdo lhb rril Neal Counrall.)r J 115 Flected
6 .Apoloniu L. Puck CCuon.illor | 412 Elcded
7 Joeeanai no eandrr Trul (Cuncillor | 110 Flected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
CAROLINA, COROZAL on SUNDAY, APRIL 25H, 2010


C'anuidale Name


Posillun


I eo. .i Voles
Received


Firc led


_I Mari Cassnova Chairman 84 Elected
Scrll Gilharrs I Cvimnei'urC 8F4FRilclcdI
Flornci. Ca"asanoa J Councillnr I 113 Filcicd
4 Glefrld Thonmpsn Councillor 82 Eleceld
S____ le~en Pena ('ouncillor NI l Elcled
Phillip Hail .'ouncillor Ii Elce Icd
__ Luis Pena | CounciilnIr 8I l Elec ed


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
CARMELITA, COROZAL on SUNDAY, APRIL 25S, 2010


No Candidate N ame


rosilion


No. or\ .le,


Elected


___Received
I RndRoger Jones Chairman J28 Elected
S Isrell Rodui Councillor J27 F Icclc
S I-H a Forbts Councillor 27! F.lecned
4 Braulku Prh Counciller f26 Elected
5 Osror ReIse Councillor 67 21Elecled
S Marira 5%. (.alle1 Courncll._r 265 ilecird
7 Carol I. lones Councillor 1 264 Elcrted

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
CHNPI NE RIDGE, ORANGE WALK on SUNDAY, APRIL25T, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Felicianr Torres Chairman 152 Elected
2 Celii Cdnich Cuunncillnr 150 Eleclrd
S Viclor Padrnn Councillor 148 Elected
4 Rafael Jore Torres Councillor 148 Elected
5 Palricia Grijala Cluncillr1r 136 Elected
S Miguelit.Chan Councillor 134 Elected
7 Juan Torres Cnuncillnr 134 Flc *Id


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
SANTA MLRTHA. ORANGE WALK on SUNDAY, APRIL 25T, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. ofVotes Elected
Received
I Nimrod Ramirez Chairman 137 Elected
2 Transito Vasquez Councillor 141 Elecled
31 Francitao 4.uralrdado C .suncillr IIl Elecled
i SirFA VN'qutc C, ____ Rodopho E uill Councillor I) Frlet led
6 Vaentin Ramirez Councillor 140 Elected
7 Uber Arevalo Councillor 139 Elected


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
TOWER HILL, ORANGE WALK on SUNDAY, APRIL 25H, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Joel Armstrong Chairman 109 Elected
2 Glayds Moralez Councillor 110 Elected
3 Evelyn Roberts Councillor 111 Elected
4 Angel Vaquez Councillor 108 Elected
5 Colln Peters Councillor 108 Elected
6 Mary Hla Esquivel Councillor 107 Elected
7 Dionicio Alozo Councillor 1 I Elected


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
LA DEMOCRACIA, BELIZE on SUNDAY, APRIL 25f, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Aretlha .iltshirt C'hairman [" rlcctled
S Irma Rano ( Counillnr 81 Elected
Henrn Tucker Crouncillor So Elctled
4 Therese Brakeman Councillor 85 Elected
5 Richard Estrada Councillor 83 Elected
6 Seli Mcintyre Councillor 77 Elected
7 Constancio Pop Councillor 74 Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
FREETOWN SIBUN, BELIZE on SUNDAY, APRIL 259, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Marian Con..rquie Chairman linorinrtmtl Fletted
? iorann Tun Councillkr lInconltiled Flected
a1 4jtratlha Rert- CLuncillor ULntonrreled Ileted
J4 ilberloTun Councillor Unconiceled Elected
S5 Sim(on Yu(ngII Councillor UntOntttedI FlIeted
S Bliernard Villaturo Cuncilpllor nontoesledl Elected
I Alrerdo Tun Conunmllor LIncmonit- d Flrcted

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
GALES POINT, BELIZE on SUNDAY, APRIL 25TH, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Reris ed
Rtt d -,l
I __ Kalh(rini Ila~sn -hjirmn 3?_f rleeted
(Ilitton Baile Cnuncllnr 63 Liected
[ Dcninl Burrun CuCuncillor 62 EtoInl
4 Ribtrl Chaite I Councillor 511 F.lecvi-d
Shcrltnc nilrcin I Coun4illorr .9 F.Klcccd
L..ridglr ,!smih _____ LCounnllor .S LIF-retd
SDenfieild Boen Councillor 47 Elecied


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
GRACIE ROCK, BELIZE on SUNDAY, APRIL 25r, 2010

No, Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
SReceived
I Lancelol Iirlne Chairmanu 94 Eleflcd
2 .nesij Huartn Cuounillor 85 Elerted


- Ikt lle r R. hioneon
4 \ Hilmol slaine
5 DenTfild Robinson
6 Sherman Hemmans
7 Amalia A. Hoarc


C ouniallnr


r & Elecled
r 83 Elected
81 Elected
r 78 Elected


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
ESPERANZA, CAYO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25", 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Slia (od. ____ Chairman 211i Fle1ted
S HrasneCas.es i CnunIEllr 18 ElIered
S .I:ne Martiner Councillor I1M Elerled
4 Nhtrleni- 'iIh.tire ( nunr llor It3 F.lerled
Idnllhn .Adlrphu Cn___uncdlonr I2 Elecled
%. htrn nhalcuu I CuiunUllur I '18 F.leclcd
7 Marmin ()rellano I Countillfr I 167 Flecled


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
VALLEY OF PEACE, CAYO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25m, 2010

No, Candidate Name Position No.ofVotes Elected

I FEli SaUche Chonlran 213 F ettled
S Maria Elss Re Councillor 261 Ekcted
3 Eriberto Antoio Sameclie Councllor 222 Elected
4 Roberto Bailr Couscillor 219 Elected
5 Marvin Davila CouIcillor 209 Elected
6 .Mlarina Castln Coundiilr 19M Elctred
7 All ixrr. ..ul nt i(llhr 119' Fk r-eled

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
LiNITED\VILLE, CAYO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25FH, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
1 7Migucl Anecl Juan Chairman 249 Fl tted
Eric H&ilbert .ongora Councillor 22. Elecied
3 Ffrain Lcmi,. Councillor 227 FIlered
4 Quinton Middleton Councillor 226 Elected
5 Elvis Theodore Carcamo Councillor 222 Elected
6 JoyceShaw Councillor 212 Elected
7 Eduardo Bautista Councillor 210 Elected


6
7


Elected


FIEltld


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1 ARIES:
March 22- April 20
You will be keen to achieve
a balance between your
professional and personal life.
A small holiday with family or
loved ones is likely. Keep in
mind that any harsh words
can undo all the good you've
been trying to do. Some major
decisions will be needed to be
taken at work. Lucky Num-
bers: 03, 44, 87.

7 TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
Be prepared for some activity
concerned with work. Finances
will be better and you will gain
good reputation and credibility.
As good times begin to roll, do
not forget loved ones and those
who have always supported you.
Your taking them for granted will
only make things worse. Lucky
Numbers: 05, 32, 76.

/r \ GEMINI:
May 22 to June 21
There will be lots of satisfaction
gained through your work as
genuine appreciation comes your
way. Loved ones express their
delight as you scale newer
heights. There is gerat likelihood
of your own expectations
surpassing your physical limit
and therefore causing a burnout.
Lucky Numbers: 16, 27, 64.

CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
The coming week is indicative
of a major breakthrough you
have been wishing for. Expect
satisfaction in emotional matters
but financial situation still needs


more work to get better. Travel
is likely. Try not to worry too
much about the future.Lucky
Numbers: 09, 22, 85.

."r LEO:
July 24 to August 21
You have possibly realized by
now that how you deal with
people is the key to your
progress. There will be newer
contacts made through work.
Your professional life will
receive a boost. Single individu-
als might get engaged or tie
the knot. Seek blessings of
elders before undertaking any
important work. Lucky
Numbers: 10, 61, 78.

/H VIRGO:
S August 22
to September 21
You do fairly well at work. There
will be excessive physical work
to cope with, so it will be best
for you to save your energy for
more important tasks. Keep your
risk-taking tendency in check
and refrain from making unreal-
istic commitments. Lucky
Numbers: 07, 36, 62.

LIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
The coming week will see you
transform into a flamboyant
personality, charming one and
all. You could be successful in
any endeavour you undertake;
However, keep yourself from
having any expectations from
people. Resentment will affect
your attitude and in turn your
dealings. Lucky Numbers:
11,77,90.


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s October 24 to
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Good news is that your monetary
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cautionary note even if
you are reinvesting in your
work, be mindful, as committing
errors at this stage could tilt the
balance unfavourably towards
you. Prudence emotional
andfinancial need to be
exercised. Lucky Numbers: 06,
48, 72.

4 1 SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to
December 21
You will be looking at some new
venture. It will help, if you do
not approach it with pre-con-
ceived notions. Having an
open mind and a more flexible
approach will ensure that you are
able to perform better. Some
niggling physical discomfort
is likely to be there. Lucky
Numbers: 45, 68, 94.

SCAPRICORN:
December 22 to
January 20
A good week in the offing.
A boost in self-confidence
will reflect in your public
interactions. The choices you


make decide the course of your
career for the next couple of
years. Single people could meet
exciting partners. Celebrations
with extended family are
indicated. Lucky Numbers:
12, 33, 49.

AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
February 19
There are two areas of focus in
the coming week you could
be interested in a completely
different field of study and may
delve deeper to increase your
knowledge. Secondly, you may
be deeply affected by someone
you meet. This is definitely not
a time to keep secrets. Lucky
Numbers: 24, 56, 89.

46 PISCES:
February 20 to
March 21
In the coming week, you try to
live your life to the hilt. There
will be short distance travel,
social events, weddings to be
attend. All efforts you have
invested in achieving your
professional goals until now has
left you exhausted. Allow
yourself to live life with gay
abandon. Lucky Numbers: 42,
80, 95.


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Inactive Cooperatives slated for liquidation

The Regitrr of Cooperatives hereby publishes the following lst of Cooperatives w1hoseregislratii, has been canceled as per Section 39 ufthe Cooperadves
Societies Act Chapter 313 of tef Laws of Belize Revised Edition 2000.

We wish to infonm the public thatthree (3) publications weremade in thegazette during the period 2004 as follows:

(1) 7k Februay 2004Aricle No. 59 (No. 6) Pge 134;
(2) 14 February 2004Aricle No. 69 (No. ) Page 176; ad
(3) IF February 2004.4r A le No, 55 Pge 209.

No appeal was presented at the time. The Ri star therefore is in the process ofappointing liquidatrs to assess these societies forr ainin asset members'
shares and any other liabi titles to finalizthe cancellarians.

Mcribeas oft hc societies are n ma being givnm a period ofrthiry (30) days to visit Ilhcdis rit oJTices and r p mvide rly irtfoCmatli i aror Ccum ntIations to
support their claims against any ofthe listed Cooperative Societies.

(ALFRED RAMIREZ)
Registrar of Cooperaifves


1. Rotkstonc Pond Farmers Coop-Rockstone Village.Bze Ds t.-23.'82.N.
Augustine
2. DangrigaArts & Craft-36 Havana ST. Dangriga Town-8/17.i1- N.
Augustitn
3. Corozal NoSthe~ Agic-.Cozalt Towrn-8T1.'l 1 N. Augustirt
4. Beliz District Livyetock Producers- Bradwater Park. Bze City 6/25/
84- N. Augustine
5. Belize City Taxi Drivers- 158 Norh Front St. Belize City-5/27.i76-S.C.
Cayetano
6. San Antonio Rio Hondo Farmers-San Antonio, O/W Dirt 121775 ,S
C. Cayetano
7. Oracie Rock Farners-Oracie Rock Village, Bdize DisI-3/1374 S.C.
Cayetano
8. Westesr Fresh Water Fishermen- Rancho Dolores, Relize Dist.lIl/74.
SC, Cayetaio
9. Rancho Alcgr Livestoj-Progreso Vllage, Corozal Dist-n91173- S.C.
Cayetano
10. Bismay Giractill Fannmes-Gi-ao Bank Village, Belize Dist-7i'672 S.C.
Cayctano
11, Santa Rosa Farmers- GeoetowVUilag, Stans Creek Dist Dissolve -
ll/2/t96
12. Sittee River Producers- Sitte River Village, Stann Creek Dist- 3/27/72 -
S. C. Cayctano
13. Unity Rice tGrowe-rsCo* Lo l, Belize Dist-l t27'? S.C. Cayetno
14. Eindale Farmcrs-Willows Bank Village, Belize Dist- 3/27/72 S. C.
Cayctano
15. Double Head Cabktge Fariers-Double Head Cabbagt ViLlage, Bze Dist-
3/17/72 S.C. Cayetano
16. San Joaquin Farmers- San Joaquin Village, Corozal Dist- 630/'70 S.C.
Cayetano
17. Rancho Dolores Farers Rancho Dolores "Vllage, BRe Dist.- 19'70 -
S.C. Cayetano
18. Central Mafirdi- Mafcrdi Village, Toledo Dist-3/1672 S.C. Cayctmo
19. Concepcion Altmira Farmers- Concepion Villate. Corozal Dist- 7/1069-
C. M. Woods
20. Dangrga Ates and Crats. 36 Havana St. Dangriga Town. .17.81 N,
Augusrtin
21. Sartenja Farmers Suaiencja Village, Corozal Dist
22. Douglas Transport- Douglas Village, Orange Walk Dist- 2/17/68 C.M.
Woods
23. San Paho Transport. San Pablo Village, OWalkk Dist- 24/A7 SC,
Cnyetene
24. Landivar Housing- Belize District- 2/22/60 Henry C. Usher
25. Barranco 14shermn n Coop. Soc.-Barranco Village, Toledo Dist-8/5M8 -
S.C. Cayetano
26. Cafetmalros Benquinos Benque Viejo Town, Cay Dist- 5/14/84- N.
Augustine
27. Cooperaiva Agricola Maya- Benque Vicjo Town, Cayo Dist-619/73 -
W.A. Hendy
28. Chicle Producers-San Ignacio Town. Cayo Dist. 6/2464- S.C. Cayetano
29. San Estevan Progresso Fanners-Smn Estevan Progresso Village, O/Walk
Dist 9.'25.72
30. Cristo Rey Fanners- Cristo Rey Village, Cayo Dit 12V3O~O N.
Augustine


Maredi Fkn;jerii Punla Gorda Town, ToIct Dist- /25/67 S.C.
Cayclano
M'uek Owners Coop- Belize (CIty B ize Dist. -02341 N. Augustine
Belize River VallyPanners-1Roxain Creek 5llage. Cayo Dist-125181-N.

Silver Creek Fwners- SitvCr Creek Village, Toledo Dist 'IY4.*92 I

TOledo C40 tCti Plain FanIICr8-Puntj GOodi TOWn. T<1Cd& Nit.5A -
I. Bradly
yanmFruit. Coop-Burtil Boor Village, Belize Dist4..J!1&' K-Wright
New Lousinana Hcusin8 Coop-5 Arthur St Orange Walk To-1/1OI91,
-Kwrwht
COdoe a Nordhi (i Grain & Lmvegtoock- Cakdornia. Corozal Dist-1w1il/
90 -K. Wright
CorozaLito Agc. Coop-Sanla RosaArea, Cworza Dist-10/11M -K Vjiight
Concepcion Agric & Livestock Coop-Conccpaiatri Corozal Dist-Wfl1l
90 -Kx, wtght
Belize Defene FForce Housing-South Side Lorx's Bank Rd, Lfkyville,
Bkizc Dist
San Konan Agriculturl Coop-Sam Roman Village, Corozal, Dist-1/18.9O
- K_ Wright
Douglas Noruheiti Agiic. Coap-Dougls Vill age, /Alk t) rt-242A9 K.
right
Bzlize Teachers: Housing CopBl a Brrack Rd., Belize City-11.9-90 -O K
Wright
Mulinq River FIshembce Coop-Miallins River, Sann Creek Dist-2t2(89 -
K. Wright
Blatkman Eddy Farnrers-Blackrn-An Eddy Viae", Cayo Dist.5/MM K.
Wrig
Central Agricdtural Coop-Scotland Half-moon Belize Di st-11&9/88 K
Wright
Dangriga orsing-1O Chatuye St. Southcem loreshore, Daziriga-11..W/
88 K. Wsight
ZlUicd Farmcrs Coop-Bullet Tr" Falls Villagce Cayo Dist-7/3lW 8 K.
Wright
Corozal Federation of Agnie. Coops-Lot No. 213 1 St. Corozai-4-21lt
-K Wright
Norcirn Housitig Coperative-1I41 Serket South Cwrozal Tbwn-4/21.M8
- K. Wright
Tole&d North Fishenmuei Coop-Munkcy River Vdlugc, Toled* iMt-9/5f8 6
- K Wrighk
Northern Grecn Growers Coop-Xaibe Village,, Coozal Dist-11f5)/86 -
K. Wright
COr*Oza South Soya Pzdu6ers.Lokisvilt Village, Corozal Dist-I 1025W
- K.Urii
Independene Fishunnen- Indpcnndencc Villagc. Stanm Creck Dist-9f2Of
85 N. Augustine
Big Falls Farmers Cooptrative.Hig Falls \i2la4c. Toledo Dist-4tl1,15 N.
Aligusiinc
Rio OGrnde FmPni Coop.Sgn NMfgul Villae. Tole do iA4/l485 N.
Augustin
Buena Vista Grain &_ivestock-Buena Vista Village, Corozal Disr4f1'5
- N. Augustine







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Nazarene Mission's Plan For The Land Where
The Hospital Once Stood In San Ignacio Town


Dear Editor
Re: Former Government
Hospital Land, San Ignacio
Please allow me space in your
newspaper to thank the people
of the twin towns, Santa Elena
and San Ignacio for their
interest and cooperation with
their signatures supporting our
request to government for the
above-mentioned land. It took
us less than a week last year to
obtain some 2,000 signatures.
For those who may not know,
in the first phase this land will
be used for the construction of
a multi-purpose building to
replace the present Nazarene
Church building which will be
donated to Faith Nazarene
School.
The multi-purpose building
will also serve the community
for conferences, graduations,
hurricane shelter.
The second stage of develop-


ment will see a portion of
the land will be used for the
construction of a high school in
the not too distant future.
Many of you, when you see
me at the business square (down-
town, San Ignacio) the frequent
question asked is, "how is the
land coming long?" The
answer is that on February 8,
2010 we received a letter from
our Area Representative, Hon.
Elvin Penner who informed that
the matter is before Cabinet and
that he is awaiting a final
decision.
We trust that the final decision
will be a great blessing to our
communities.
We thank our Area
Representative, Hon. Elvin
Penner for presenting our
request to Cabinet.
Sincerely,
(Rev) S. Onesimo Pot
San Ignacio Town, Cayo


OFFICE OF THE PRIME
MINISTER, Belmopan,
Wednesday, April 28, 2010:
The Office of the Prime
Minister announces the
formation and commissioning of
the Prime Minister's Council of
Science Advisers to lead the way
in formulating and implement-
ing an effective strategy for
Belize's economic advancement
through science, technology and
innovation.
This comes out of a memoran-
dum of understanding signed on
March 29, 2010 between the
Office of Prime Minister Hon.
Dean Barrow and the Petters
Research Institute. It is in
keeping with the principle that a
critical ingredient in economic
advancement of developing
nations is capacity in science
and technology, a principle
underscored by the findings
of the 2005 United Nations
Millennium Task Force.
The Council is chaired by
Dr. Arlie Petters of the Petters
R corrch TnctihiltP


Other members include Dr.
Bernard Bulwer, Director of
Medical Services at Karl
Heusner Memorial Hospital; Dr.
Kenrick Leslie, Executive
Director of the Caribbean
Community Climate Change
Centre headquartered in Belize;
Dr. Samuel Malone, Dr.
George McLendon, Dr.
Jeremiah Ostriker and Dr.
Rochelle Schwartz-Bloom,
all American scientists and
professors; and Ms. Nancy
Zeleniak, anAmerican Business
Expert.
In accordance with its mission
statement, the Prime Minister's
Council of Science Advisers
(PM-CSA) will directly advise
the Prime Minister and his
Cabinet on furthering Belize's
development through practical
and environmentally sustainable
applications of Science,
Technology, Engineering, and
Mathematics (STEM) to create
economic growth, strengthen
education, enhance health, and
frortif RPeliPe'C nntionnl cpnritv.


The Horizon 2030 Project Visits Galen

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Mrs. Adele Catzim Sanchez bringing The Horizon 2030
Project to Galen University


BY: Debbie Scott
GALEN UNIVERSITY CAM-
PUS, Central Farm, Cayo,
April 23, 2010:
Horizon 2030 consultant Mrs.
Adele Catzim Sanchez joined
Galen University students today
as they hosted a forum to present
their vision of a Green &
Sustainable 2030 Belize.
Presentations delivered by the
students covered the following
areas: Governance, Biodiversity
protection, Solid waste manage-
ment, Multi-lingual identity,
Family relationship, De-reserva-
tion of protected areas, Energy
efficiency, The role of institu-
tions to advocate for change,
Green Print for Belize
In her address to the students,
Mrs. Sanchez informed that
in interviewing Belizeans during
the consultation phase of
the project, several recurring
issues have been emphatically
expressed by participating
Belizeans.
Other concerns raised are the


issues of mandatory education
through to the completion of
secondary school, and commu-
nity involvement at the grass
roots level to hold us individu-
ally and personally accountable
to achieve the visions that we
have for a 2030 Belize. The need
for the emergence of a robust
entrepreneurial culture, and
access to financial capital with
reduced interest rates for
Belizeans to be able to pursue
economic opportunities has also
been raised by participants.
Mrs Sanchez noted that as a
result of the presentations by the
Galen University students, she
was able to conceptualize how
different sectors of the economy
can mutually support each other
to achieve their 2030 objectives.
The overall focus of the forum
was to show how sustainable
practices in one form or another
can be a part of our everyday
lives, and how they can be
incorporated into a plan of
action for the future of Belize.


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A Team Of Eight Scientists Forms
Prime Ministerial Advisory Council


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003908
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1992.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 407
of 2000 dated 4th September, 2000 in favour of ELSIE BURGESS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003909
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1546.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 1007
of 1999 dated 14th November, 2000 in favour of JOAN ELLIS &
LINCOLN BENNETT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003914
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 303.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1545 of 2004
dated 21st March. 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 21 of
2004 at Folios 693-700 in favour of THOMAS LESLIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003915
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO'S NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1675.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2785 of 2002
dated 26th September, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
32 of 2002 at Folios 1327-1338 in favour of LOUIS A. LESLIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003916
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2553.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed Conveyance No. 0685 of
2005 dated 21st March, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
9 of 2005 at Folios 1007-1016 in favour of ALBINA COYE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003917
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2067.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 950 of 1978
dated 12th July, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1978
at Folios 11013-1022 in favour of ALFONSO ESCALANTE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003918
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
ORANGE WALK TOWN, BlockNo. 4 and being ParcelsNos. 1392,
1393 & 1942.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Vesting Assent No. 93 of
92 dated 12th May, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of
1992 at Folios 1183-1190 in favour of RAYMOND NISBET &
ANNANISBET.

APPI.IC'ATION NO. I.RS-201003919
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
PLACENTIANORTH, BlockNo. 36 and being Parcels Nos. 1338,
1345, 1356, 1357, 1367, 1376, 1388, 1398, 1401, 1411, 1412, 1413
& 1418.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.
3727 of 1994 dated 27th October, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 29 of 1994 at Folios 1375-1382 in favour ofPLACENCIA
BAY DEVELOPMENT LIMITED.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003945
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2395.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 493
of 1998 dated 19th May, 1998 in favour of JORGE ESPAT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003946
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, BlockNo. 31 and being Parcel No. 122.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Flat Grant No. 641
of 1998 dated 16th June, 1998 in favour of RAQUEL REYES
LOPEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003947
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CONSEJO,
Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 4.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 16 of
1997 dated 30th January, 1997 in favor of OMAR MARIN, ROQUE
MARIN, LUIS MARIN & IVAN MARIN (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003948
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section..
CONSEJO, BlockNo. 1 and being Parcel No. 24.

This parcel of land is the Subject of a Minister's Fiat GrantNo. 12 of
1997 dated 30th September, 1997 in favor of OMAR MARIN,
ROQUE MARIN, LUIS MARIN & IVAN MARIN (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003951
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 878.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 570
of 2007 dated 5th July, 2007 in favor of MURREN MARIE
CHEBAT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003952
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 820.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 571
of 2007 dated 5th July, 2007 in favor of NABIJA SARA ESPAT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003953
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 819.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 750
of 2000 dated 13th October, 2000 in favor of MICHEL CHEBAT.

APPLICATION NO. I.RS-201003954
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, BlockNo. 23 and being Parcel No. 818.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 939
of 2000 dated 13th October, 2000 in favor of MICHEL CHEBAT.

APPL IC.AT ION NO. LRS-201003955
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 817.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 412
of 2003 dated 25th May, 2003 in favor of MICHEL H. CHEBAT
JR.
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Election and Boundaries Department


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
EL PROGRESS, CAYO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25rH, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Julio Adalberto Ruano Chairman 133 Elected
2 Geraldo Amilcar Garcia Councillor 134 Elected
3 Carlos Alberto Galdames Councillor 133 Elected
4 -Reyna Noemi Galdamez Councillor 133 Elected
_5 Irma Noemi Martinez Councillor 132 Elected
6 Victor Rafael Alvarado Lobos Councillor 129 Elected
7 Roberto Hernandez Councillor 128 Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
BLACKMAN EDDY, CAYO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25T", 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Diana Codringhton Chairman 97 Elected
2 Hugh O'Brien Councillor 109 Elected
3 Keino Green Councillor 104 Elected
4 Audrey Curling-Newsham Councillor 103 Elected
5 Cynthia Gordon Councillor 96 Elected
6 Hanzel Godoy Councillor 95 1Elected
7 Adelso Plorian Councillor 94 Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
BUENA VISTA, CAYO on SUNDAY. APRIL 25TH, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I j__ Fdds De La Raa Chairman 102 Flected
S Juan Anonmo D)e In IRos Cnuncillor 100 Flected
SValenlin Cano Councillor 94 Elected
4 Jesuc (ulindu Councillu r 9q4 _Elted
4 Rulwllu Orlando uCalindn Cnuncilllr 93. Elected
6 Brenda PalmsI Cnouncillnr 91 Fiected
7 Juan Antonio De La Rosa Councillor 89 Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
ALTA VISTA, STANN CREEK on SUNDAY, APRIL 251, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No.ofPVotes Elected
Rccciscd
I I Htudel Martlc. (!hairnaun 91 cltdci-d
2 lMrlon Trijill.) Councillor 94 ii ElElid
3 l aidmi Tnl C..uncillor 92 rliciltid
Carlos Funer Councillor 89 Llecid
i %crg., Mrale. COnncill,,r S9 I F.lclrd
6 Aruldi. Au gulini C.(:unillor S6 lrT'..d
I Donaldo. Bardalr Councillor S8 i Elrcled

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
HUMMINGBIRD, STANN CREEK on SUNDAY, APRIL 251, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
1 Myrtle Cruz Chairman 82 Elected
2 Esmerulda Polanco Councillor 79 Elected
3 Rudy Chen Councillor 78 Elected
Anselma Balonna C:.uneillor '8 Ileled
%. ,delma Barrera C.ouncillor 78 Eletled
6 Yolanda Orellano Councillor 78 Elected
7 1EnriqueBarrera Councillor 75 Elected

Elections Held in the Villge/Community of
MIDDLESEX, STANN CREEK on SUNDAY, APRIL 25T, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
___ Received
S Rul hOrr.eg. (hnirm.jin (611 EIted
2 Mlarne Monlco JCOincillnr 611 Elected
3 Eunardla Cahli Coinnu llor 57 EleFted
4 Chrisinu Lope_ Councillor 56 Elected
S Alphons CGunzaler CoiuinEllor 5h Elciled
6 Juanita Tut Councillor %6 Elected
7 |Ia is Ganmzalez Counrdllor 5 Elheced

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
STEADFAST, STANN CREEK on SUNDAY, APRIL 25T, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I ahlasir Macwn Chairmnai "'1. r ltd Il
2 Calin silherland Conncillnr 75 iFicltrd
i Disid (.rue Councillor I 71 EIleed
J Michael Marin Ciunmillrr I 68 Fried
5 'ands Moncra C.,un.illl.r I 6 j l' :ltIl .
6 Dinsdale Kerr Councillor I 66 lrecied
F.m.ori Pined. Cnuncillor i66 ; rinvtml

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
VALLEY COMMUNITY, STANN CREEK on SUNDAY,APRIL25H, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Blanc Chan Chairman 118 Elecied
2 Wilbur Daniels Jr. Councillor 116 Elected
.__ Esteillhn Wright Councillor 106 Elected
4 S oanl Choc Councdllor I1). ElEcied
____ LJda Daniels Councillor I)ll Eklctd
t. | Norma Rilchie Councillor 99 Flecltd
PedrL. Moros.n-------..o------ou.clT- rl l.........d-


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
SAN ANTONIO, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25T", 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Basilio Salam Chairman 217 Elected
2 Juan Cal Councillor 211 Elected
3 Prudencio Cal Councillor 209 Elected
4 Flortnflnn Chnmc C(nunill.r Ziut F.lecr ed
5 Zelico PIquil Coun(illor 205 EFlecred
6 Marcelino Chinc Councillor 205 Elected
7 Justiniano Iol Councillor 204 Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
SAN JOSE, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 251, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Richard Peck Chairman 130 Elected
2 Ernesta Cal Councillor 118 Elected
3 Epifano Wook Councillor 115 Elected
S (rmt Clio ('ounrcllor I I 'le(lird
5 Hnn.rmno eI al (uuncillor I12? LIrA ted
t..alenino Pop Councillor I ? Eclciurd
S7 .\Adelia Teul Councill.jr I 11M4 Elecitd

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
BARRANCO, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25H, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
1 John Rodriguez Chairman 35 Elected
2 Derni Zonia Councillor 48 Elected
3 Ignacia Reves Councillor 47 Elected
4 Lynn Arnold Councillor 45 Elected
5 Egbert Valencio Councillor 41 Elected
6 Leslie Colon Councillor 39 Elected
7 1Alejandro Rodriguez Councillor 35 1Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
CONEJO CREEK, TOLEDO on SLUNDAY, APRIL 25TH, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. ofVotes Elected
Received
_nriue Makmn Chairman 26 Elected
P- -- MaMnl an Conunciller lUncanteted Elecred
-_lrNutlnca)_nnnlrd--.._ Flrlcd
Antonio Curul Councillor lUnnontcsld Elected
5 Domingo Makin Councillor Uncontested Elected
r iiquln C us.ll. CCouncillor tncuntclIrd EICLed
7 I ManuelCanal Councillor Ulnfcontsied Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Communih of
CRIQUE SARCO, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25T, 2010


Received
] Juan Choc Chairman 55 Elected
2 Antonio Rash Councillor 76 Elected
3 Javier Coy Councillor 73 Elected
J .Insmh Io CountLllor 7.1 Elecied
5 Isnimal Cal Count illor 70 Elecled
h Marnus Co m (ouncillor 64 Elecled
7 bamuel Chc.c Councillor 59 l Elecld


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
MIDWAY, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25r, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
1 Jose Paau Chairman 29 Elected
2 Thomas Ishim Councillor 40 Elected
3 Arnoldo Paau Councillor 37 Elected
4 Marcos Ico Councillor 37 Elected
5 Mateo Cho CouCnnillor 34 Flec-rd
6 'eferina Ishim Councillo 32 F.leced
?7 Luuis l.hlm C C.uncllIur -32 Elected


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
SUNDAY WOOD, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 251, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Aurfli. Pop I Chairman 4-1 Flhleed
2 Pedro Acte Councillor Uncontested Elected
3 Alejandro Tush Councillor Uncontested Elected
4 Maximilliano Tush Councillor Uncontested Elected
5 l .Migul BiJh ouancillor Inunlen Fte.d Eleed
6 Alberto Salam Councillor Uncontested Elected
7 Jose Chun Councillor Uncontested Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
CRIQL1E JUTE, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25'H, 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received .
I Lawerence Bolon Chairman 34 Elected
2 Ricardo Tzac Councillor 5t Elected
3 Evaristo Cho Councillor 32 Elected
I Euni ll(o Chiac (ounlillor 29 L Elei'ed
5 Fausta Cho Councillor 25 I Elected
6 Callistus Cho Councillor 24 1Elected
7 Clemente Cho Councillor 24 1 Elected




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the big date she called to find out didn't come over?" asked his
how things went. mother.
"The evening was a total "Oh, she came over alright,
SHOWCASING THE WISDOM OF ELDER FOLKS disaster," he moaned. but she was adamant and
Grampa Jim and Granny Jane for not taking the eggs?" "Why, what happened. She refused to cook...."
went to breakfast at a restaurant Granny Jane asked. M ONTERO'S LUM BE
where the "seniors' special" "That's right", responded the M ONTE1 vU S LUM BERYARD
was two eggs, bacon, cheese, waitress.
beans and toast for $5.99. "In that case I better take eae cLu at:( 824-2959
"Sounds good," said Granny the whole senior special."
Jane. "But I don't want the responded Granny Jane Now Offering 6" Cement Blocks For Only $1.10 each
eggs." "How do you want your
"Then I'll have to chargeyou eggs?" asked the waitress. We are also offering 10% Dicount
$8.49 because you're ordering "Raw and in the shell,"
a la carte, the waitress warned, replied Granny Jane. She took on Steel'..
"You mean I'd have to pay the two eggs home. Also providing top quality Dressed & Rough
SERVING A GOOD HOME COOKED MEAL Hardwood and Mahogany Lumber, Sand,
John called his mother and flowers and on the card invite Cement, Steel, Plywood, Celotex, Roofing,
announced excitedly that he had her to your house for a home Doors And A Whole Lot More.
just met the woman of his cooked meal? responded his En Se a d
dreams. "How should I handle Mom. Eficie t SO rviCG d LOW
this Mom?" he asked. John did just as his mother D.
"Why don't you send her suggested and so a day after rlCeS EVeryclay

CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004151
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
NARCISO, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 400.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2062 of 1988
dated 3rd December, 1988 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24
of 1988 at Folios 513-518 in favour of CONSUELO
CAWICH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004152
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1763.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 948
of 2007 dated 29th November, 2007 in favor of CYRILANTHONY
SABAL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004153
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLA'ILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1440.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 129
of 1998 dated 3rd February, 1998 in favor of ROBERT LLOYD
CARCAMO & ELE ANOR MARIE CARCAMO (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004154
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, BlockNo. 45 and being Parcel No. 75.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 361
of 1997 dated 6th August 1997 in favor of CLIFTON BORLAND.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004155
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3286.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa. Deed of Conveyance No. 1568
of 2008 dated 29th May, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
19 of 2008 at Folios 769-778 in favour of SILAS C. CAYETANO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004157
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE


WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3287.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1567 of 2008
dated 29th May, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 19 of
2008 at Folios 759-768 in favour of SILAS C. CAYETANO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004158
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 776.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 198
of 2001 dated 29th March, 2001 in favor of STEVE BENEDICT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004159
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 666.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 941
of 2006 dated 26th September, 2006 in favor of THERESE
RAMOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004160
This parcel of land is situated in tlie Registrationi Section,
DANGRIGA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 175.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 937
of 2006 dated 4th November. 2006 in fa or of MYRICK TASHER

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004161
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PLACENTIA NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1922.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Assent No. 227 of 1959 dated
31st May, 1958 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1959 at
Folios 9-16 in favour of ETHEL CURLING

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004163
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOU TH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1799.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2001 of 2004
dated 19th August, 20(4 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of
2004 at Folios 1043-1050 in favour of JOHN McDOUGALL







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Broad Daylight Robbery In San Ignacio L Pion in ayo


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Tuesday, April 27, 2010:
San Ignacio police are
seeking the public's assistance
with information that could lead
to the arrest of two male persons
reported to have pulled off a
broad daylight robbery on a busy
street in San Ignacio Town.
Diana Gregorio, 23, Belizean
Teller at St. Martin's Credit
Union reported to police that
shortly after 10:00 am on
Tuesday, April 27, she was
walking on Hudson Street on the
return journey to work after
conducting official business at
the Belize Bank.
Gregorio informed that upon
reaching in front of the Blue
Angels Club, she felt when
someone violently grabbed her
around the neck from behind.
An object was placed to her


abdomen and when she looked
down she saw what appeared to
be a sliver color handgun. She
managed to get a glimpse of
the attacker whom she described
as a male person of dark
complexion wearing a red t-shirt.
The attacker reportedly
demanded that she hand over
the manila envelope she was
carrying.
A second individual, whom
she described as a male person
of brown complexion,
approached her from in front and
held on to the envelope. Fearing
for her life she reportedly
released her hold on the
envelope. The attackers ran off
with the envelope containing
three hundred dollars in coins
and 4 deposit books being the
property of St. Martin's Credit
Union.


San Antonio Women's Group Inaugurated
Chicken-Slaughtering Facility


BELMOPAN CITY, Cayo,
Monday, 26 April, 2010:
The San Antonio Women's
Group Chicken Slaughtering
Facility has been inaugurated
under the Project of "Poultry
Rearing" as an alternative
income generating activity for
the San Antonio Women's
Group, last Friday in San
Antonio village in the Cayo
District.
Present at the ceremony were
Minister of Agriculture Hon.
Rene Montero along with the
Chief Executive Officer in the
Ministry of Agriculture Gabino
Canto, members of the San
Antonio Women's Group,
chairman and councilors of the
San Antonio Village.
In his speech, Minister
Montero explained that this is a


part of the government strategy
to create employment thus the
reduction of poverty. It will help
to increase income to the Farm
Family especially the youths;
and will therefore minimize the
migration of the youths to urban
areas in search of jobs; it is the
Ministry's Platform of Food
Security which focuses on rural
development and the concept of
the Farm Family.
Minister Montero distributed
3,500 fingerlings tilapia to
San Antonio farmers. He also
distributed an across stove, a
sealer, 1 blanching pot, 5 pairs
of rubber boots, a set of knives,
50 lbs of plastic bags, 3,000
labels and designs, 12 apron, 1
box of rubber gloves and a box
of head nets to the San Antonio
Women's Group.


Western Highway Jackings Resurfacing


he was approached by three male
persons of Creole descent, one
of whom was armed with what
appeared as a 9 mm pistol. The
armed attacker pointed the gun
at him and demanded money. He
reportedly remained motionless
and the two other attackers


proceeded to search him.
Requena was reportedly relieved
of his brown leather wallet
containing seven hundred dollars
in cash along with his Atlantic
Bank and Belize Bank ATM
cards and his Social Security
Card. An arrest is yet to be as
investigation continues.


the local business community.
Ms. Inez was born, raised and
passed away in Santa Elena,
Cayo. She is a pioneer business-
woman coming from the days
when the role of women in the
community was confined to that
of a housewife.
The eulogy was delivered by
attorney Orlando Fernandez
(nephew). The funeral proces-
sion proceeded from Sacred
Church down the entire length
of Burns Avenue to the Santa
Rita Cemetery where Ms. Inez


SBusinesswoman
was laid to her final resting
place.
Ms. Inez is survived by her
husband of over 50 years,
Gilberto "Mr. Gilly"
Fernandez; Three sons, Hon.
Salvador, David and Efrain
Fernandez; Five brothers,
Modesto, Emilio, Geronimo,
Bartolo and Lucrecio August.
One sister: Filomena August,
Grandchildren: Inez, Salvador
Jr., Albert, Shanell, David,
Erwin, Celisse and Liannie.
She is also survived by a host
of other relatives and friends.
May her soul rest in Peace.


Election and Boundaries Department




Elections Held in the Village/Community of
JALACTE, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25"H, 2010
No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
S Santiago Cal Chairman 57 Elected
2 Rueben Coy Councillor Uncontested Elected
j Manuel Salam ---- Co-nntilhir Lrnconlvelc rirrlecd
S\lberli Sacul Councillor UnconKedrcd Eklctd
_f Pahl. Atk) Cnnll.r IAtnkulCe.Cd Flecled
7 Thomas Salem Councillor Uncontested Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
NALUUM CA, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25TH, 2010
No. Candidate Name Position No. of Voles Elected
SReceived
M. Dig Oh Chuirman S1 [FIccdi
n 'nioll %ho ,)ioneilnllr tinn ,ni slE l Fleclred
3 Ismael Bnl ( Coinillor L Untonie led .leuled
4-I Diilire %hn Couincilll) r Il.iijnt tlcrd Fitlecd
) Ua l _nnja oqin_ C o ilnlllr :illo\nl\ePtd_ l'lecled
6 Juan Cal Councillor Uncontested Elected
7 Gregorio Oh Councillor Uncontested Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
PUEBLO VIEJO, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25"1, 2010
No. Candidate Name Position No.of Votes Elected
Received
I Thi.mas Choc Chmarman 103 Flteilcd
Hufine rhoa Councillor 9 Fl cred
3 Rosendo Chun Councillor 86 Elected
4 Gregorio Coc Councillor 86 Elected
5 Torribio Choc Councillor g4 Elected
6 Pablo Chun Caal Councillor 84 Elected
7 Arnoldo Cowe CouncilUor 83 Elected
Elections Held in the Villiae/Community of
SAN VICENTE, TOLEDO on SUrNDAY, APRIL 254, 2010


No, Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Eiected
I Jose I xm Chub Chairman 35 Ekcted
2 Sebatian Cal Councillor Uncontested Elected
G ilbert.- Pnl C.,und~llir tninc.kl__ El.cdldt
Sames, Pup ICouncillor L Uncunusid Ekt-.ted
IJ .mlD Cal -.rin C .un(ncillnr ML 'ninvled Fltiiid
Hal~l Dallh lnl Canr~lt nenunimlecd flt-trd


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
SANTA CRUZ, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25T, 2010
No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Andres Canti Chairman 55 Elected
S Pabl, Pup Councillor fi E lclrd
3 ib erlo op ('ouncilllor J83_ Elected
4 Renalo C(unli Councillor 7 76 Elerld
S Jsu' Popr C-uncillor I E lecld
6 %annimgfn .h C funillor 6b8 rilered
V enancio ( anni Councilll.r 163 Ecli-td
Elections Held in the Village/Community of
SANTA ELENA, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, APRIL 25', 2010
No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Luis Choc Jr. Chairman 34 Elected
2 M.llc.. Caul C'oulncillur 47 EIculeld
S /Mais Cho. Ji. C "uncllnrr 44 L'lld
1 Taurcisn Choc Councillor 44- Eleclid
Rcgina Chu Councillur l 4 ElcOed
6 Eramimn Chc_ Councillor __ 42 Flectled
7 Elisandro Chiac Councillor 35i Elec led


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