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Title: STAR Newspaper
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Language: English
Publisher: Alberto Orlando August
Place of Publication: Santa Elena, Cayo, Belize
Publication Date: May 30, 2010
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SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Thursday, May 28, 2010:
A San Ignacio Town family
is currently making funeral
arrangements for the burial of a
loved one.
It was early Wednesday
morning, May 27 when the Codd
family received news of the
shooting death of Ashword
Clifford Codd, 39, which
occurred on the lawn in front
of his residence in Lake
Elsinore City, Riverside County,
California, USA.
Reports coming out of
California indicate that it was
shortly after 11:00 pm on
Mayor Facing
MEXICO CITY, May 27,
2010:
The Mayor to the Mexican
Resort City of Cancun, Mexico,
Gregorio Sanchez, who is
currently on leave to run for
Governor for the state of
Quintana Roo, was arrested on
suspicion of his involvement
in organized crime, money
laundering and making transac-
tions using illegal proceedes.
The arrest is said to add


KILLED BY POLICE


The Deceased
Ashword Clifford Codd, 39


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Tuesday, May 25 when a residence.
domestic dispute escalated into The mother
physical violence inside Codd's
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concerns about organized crime
infiltrating politics at all levels
in Mexican politics and is
undermining the country's
fragile democracy. The arrest
further underlined concerns
about alleged ties between top
officials and drug traffickers.
Cancun would rather be
known for powdery beaches and
Windex-blue waters, but on
Wednesday it was the scene of
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A BELIZEAN MAN AND HIS

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young children reportedly
rushed out of the house and ran
to a neighborhood donut shop, a
few blocks down the street,
where she enlisted assistance
from sheriff deputies in the area.
Spokesman Sgt. Joe Borja of
the Riverside County Sheriffs
Department informed that "the
woman called authorities just
before 11:30p.m. and reported
that her husband assaulted her.
She was taken to a hospital
with a broken nose," Borja said.
Sheriff Deputies reportedly
went to the couple's home and
called for Codd to come outside.
At first, he refused, but when he
did emerge from the front door
he confronted the deputies "in
a hostile and aggressive
manner," the release said.
Sgt. Joe Borja said Codd was
holding a long lighter -- the kind
used to light a fire -- as if it were
a gun.
Erin McGee, 19, who lives
across the street, said she heard
a commotion after midnight and
went to the window. She saw her
neighbor with his pit bull
arguing with four deputies. "A
bunch of rounds went off,"
McGee said. "Ijust dove in the
hallway."
When she looked outside
again, her neighbor and his dog
had both been shot. "It was
horrible," she said, adding that
her neighbor's body was lying in
front of his house well into the
morning.
"The family had just moved
in around Easter and that Codd
seemed like a niceperson. Codd
had mentioned that he wanted
his wife, who is a hairstylist in
Orange County, to stay home
more with their children,"
McGee said.
Investigators were still at the
scene on Wednesday afternoon.
Yellow crime-scene tape
blocked access to the couple's
large two-story home. Multiple
bullet holes in the stucco near the


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front door were visible from the
street.
The couple's three children, a
2-year-old son and two
daughters ages 3 and 5, were
reportedly asleep upstairs
when their father was shot.
Sheriffs officials did not
release the names of the
deputies involved but said
they have been placed on paid
administrative leave, which is
routine in such circumstances.
Codd worked at an oil
refinery in the Los Angeles area.
According to court documents,
He was convicted in connection
with an August 2007 incident,
during which he threw a cell
phone at Johnston while she
held their infant daughter, then
grabbed Johnston by the hair. He
used a knife to cut off some of
her hair and in the process
injured her shoulder. A month
later, Johnston accused him of
threatening her with a steak
knife while she lay in bed with
the baby, court documents
show.
Codd was sentenced to 180
days in jail and three years of
probation and was required to
enroll in domestic violence
prevention classes, court records
show.
Sheriffs officials declined to
release the woman's name, but
court records show Codd has a
2008 domestic violence-related
conviction for an assault
involving his girlfriend, Reyna
Johnston, now 35, and their
young daughter.
Ashword Clifford Codd is
predeceased by his Father,
Sydney Codd Sr. He was
survived by his mother Glenda
Codd; seven sisters, Mrs. Delita
Hammer, Mrs. Marilyn
Creigh, Mrs. Orva Espat, Mrs.
Bernadette Leslie, Mrs.
Eleanor Mattis, Mrs. Clodia
Swasey and Sharon Codd.
He is also survived by three
brothers: Sydney Jr., Earl and
Owen Codd.


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Mayor Facing Serious Criminal Charges


an explosive corruption scandal.
Did the mayor secretly work on
behalf of two of Mexico's most
bloodthirsty drug-trafficking
organizations?
Sanchez, who cultivated
the image of a populist,
anti- corruption mayor, was
arrested late Tuesday night at
Cancun's airport on suspicion of
involvement in organized crime,
money laundering and making
transactions using illegal
proceeds.
He is the most visible elected
figure arrested on drug-related
charges since President Felipe
Calderon launched thewar
gainst traffickers 3 1/2 years ago.
Federal authorities on
Wednesday said Sanchez
provided information and
protection to two feared groups
- the Zetas and the Beltran
Leyva gang to help them ply
their trade in the region.
Officials found that Sanchez,
a successful former resort
builder in his early 40s, was
moving funds through his
accounts in sums far bigger than
his reported income of $1.5
million, said Ricardo Najera,
spokesman for the federal
attorney general's office.
An amateur singer, the
clench-haired Sanchez won
support from many Cancun
residents for firing corrupt
police officers, and he likes to
boast of his public works
projects, including turning
trash-strewn lots in scruffy
neighborhoods into parks.
Sanchez, who was endorsed
by a coalition of leftist parties,
is the first person in recent
memory to be arrested in
the midst of a gubernatorial
campaign in Mexico. Early polls
showed him trailing in Quintana
Roo, one of 14 states that will


hold elections July 4.
Supporters from Sanchez's
opposition Democratic Revolu-
tion Party, or PRD, charged that
the arrest was an election-season
stunt by the conservative govern-
ment of Calderon to deny
Sanchez Quintana Roo's top
office.
On Tuesday, hours before his
arrest, Sanchez charged that he
was being threatened and
targeted by political foes as part
of a "dirty war."
Sanchez, who was elected
mayor in 2007 and goes by
"Greg," used Twitter to
announce that he had been
detained at Cancun International
Airport late Tuesday night,
saying he was being held
"illegally." Numerous tweets
sent from his Twitter account on
Wednesday took aim at the
accusations.
"Why now? Because we're
winning," one said. It was not
immediately clear who was
sending the messages under his
name.
Sanchez's supporters
disparaged the arrest as a
"Michoacanazo," referring to
the Calderon government's
arrests during last year's election
season of more than two dozen
public officials mostly from
the PRD in the western state
of Michoacan for alleged ties to
organized crime. Nine of the 10
mayors arrested were later freed
for lack of evidence.
"This is a political prosecu-
tion. There is no other wordfor
it," Sanchez's wife, Niurka
Saliva, told reporters.
Najera, who said some of the
evidence against Sanchez came
from confidential witnesses,
denied political considerations.
Jesus Ortega, the PRD's
president, said Sanchez's
campaign would go on.




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To Health Care
partner with the Ministry of
Health in establishing the
facility as it is in keeping with
Social Security's mandate to
assist in facilitating access to
health care and in the process
providing a safety net for
Belizeans.
Mrs. Martinez additionally
emphasized that while there is
an to provide essential tertiary
care for chronic ailments, it is


important for Belizeans to adopt
a healthier lifestyle to prevent
the onset of such chronic
diseases.
The release ends by informing
that Social Security continues to
take great interest in the health
and wellness of all members of
our society. This latest initiative
underscores Social Security's
commitment to render assistance
geared towards improving the
quality of life of those persons
affected by renal failure.


(L-R) Social Security's Chief Executive Officer Mrs.
Merlene Bailey-Martinez presenting cheque to the Minister
of Health, Hon. Pablo Marin


BELMOPAN CITY, Tuesday,
May 25, 2010:
The Belize Social Security
Board today informed of the
presentation of a cheque, to the
Ministry of Health, in the some
$50,000 to the Ministry of
Health, earmarked for the
establishment of a Haemodialy-
sis Center at the Karl Heusner
Memorial Hospital.


Social Security's Chief
Executive Officer, Mrs.
Merlene Bailey-Martinez
visited the offices of the
Ministry of Health where she
officially presented the cheque
to Minister of Health, Hon.
Pablo Marin.
In making the presentation
CEO Martinez informed that
Social Security is pleased to


LRS-201001594


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

OWNERSHIP BY PRESCRIPTION


Name ofApplicant

EDWVARD BISHOP


Registration Section

ALBERT/MESOP


BlockNo.


Parcel No.


1132


Application for ownership by prescription for the above mentioned parcel situated in Corozal Central Registration
Section has been received from EDWARD BISHOP being Parcel No, 1132 containing 122.7 Square Meters,

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person who's rights and interest may be aniected
by the registration of Edward Bishop as proprietor with absolute title for Parcel No, 1132 Albert/Mesop Registration
Section containing 122.7 Square Meters is hereby requested to show cause on or within one month from the date
thereof, why ownership should not be granted to EDVARD B ISHOP


(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


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Belize Destinations Voted Among the World's Best by Travelers
TiipAdvisor- recognizes several Belize locations as the best for relaxation, luxury and adventure

Millions oftravelers ranked Dangriga, Ambergris Cave and San Ignacio among the best destinations in the world, according tothe TripAdvisor .
2010 Traveler's Choice Destnalion Awards. Belize's featured destinations were recognied as a part of the top 576 destinallons around the t in
world, within 10 different list categories. Belize specifically received acknowledgement in five award categories, including: emerging, beach trip advisor
and sun, relaxation and spa, outdoor and adventure and top in Central and South America. The TripAdvisorf Traveler's Choke Destination get the truth, then go,
Awards are determined by a combination oftravelers destination comments, favorite places and overall popularity on TripAdvlisonr
The following is a complete list of categories the Belizean destinations were recognized In:
Danriga, Stann Croeek District #2 on the list of Top 10 Emerging Destinations in the World
Known as the Garifuna cultural capital of Belize, Dangriga in the Stann Creek District is an experential travelers paradise. The town Is just southwest of the word-renowned blue
hole, and is situated northeast of the Cockscorm Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. And, located right off Dangriga's coast are pristine cayes, perfect for the world's most picturesque
snorkeling. These elements combined make Dangriga an ideal home-base fora vacation that hs a little bit ofeverything
Ambergris Cayve 2 on te fist of Top 10 Beach & Sun Destinations in Central & South America. #2 Rlaxation and Sa Destination in Cenral and South Amrica and
#21 in the Top 25 Destinations in Central and South Amedca
Located along the northern portion of the Belize Barnrer Reef, Ambergris Caye features everything needed for a vacation full of sun and relaxation, From snorkeling along the coast to
some of the top spas in Belize, Ihe destination is a haven for families, g irtfriend getaways and romantic vacationers alike.
San Ignacio, Cavo District- #10 on the list of Top 10 Outdoor and Adventure Destinations In Central and South America
Wel-knrown among adventurists for its plethora of eco-adventure activities. San Ignacio also features uxurious fiv-star resorts for those who like to be active during the day, but
spend their eveni ngs sipping a cocktail and relaxing on a deck. Featuring everything from zip-lining and cave tubing, tojungle trekking and horseback riding, San Ignaco r one of the
top travel destinations for those looking for an exciting, action-packed vacation.


South Water Caye Usted by Travel+Lelsure as

One of the 30 Best Secret Islands on Earth

After scouring Islands across the globe, Travel+ Leisure magazine R A V E L
chose Beirze's South Water Caye to be featured in their new list of -
te "30 Beat Secret Islands on Earth." Appearing in the magazine's + LEIS U R R E
May issue, Belize's South Water Caye is one of the only Central
American islands to makethe list.



Belize Featured In Caribbean Travel a& ife

Be ize was promi gently featured in a t0 page spread in the May 2010 issue of Caribbean Travel & Lfe magazine. The readers of
Caribbean Travel & Life are among the most frequent visitors to the Caribbean, traveling to the region on average 1.3 imes per aF *
year.
Caribbean Travel & Life attracts an upscale audience interested In vacalloning in the Caribbean. Contents Indude shopping,
dining and lodging ideas, cover the arts and entertainment in the area, and offer suggestions on sights and locations to visit.
Caribbean Travel & Life Magazine is a consumer magazine that covers dozens of diverse countries, colonies and cultures and
thousands of resorts, restaurants, beaches and attractions., ts main focus Is the Caribbean and the magazine has a circulation
of over 150,000.
The article entitled "Belize by Jimny Jungls to Beach & Back Again in a Very Tiny SUV," was written by Travel Writer, Matthew
Phenix who visited Belize in January, "He first spoke of his trip to Orange Walk where he visited the Mennonite community in
Indian Creak Village, and sited Lamanal and one of the grandest Maya archaeological stes. He went on to comment on his trp =- w
totbeach burg of Placencia and the luxury resorts he visitedwhile there.
Phenix then spoke of his trip to Punta Gorda, a waterfront city of 5,000 that sits just 15 miles from the Guatemalan border. He
made mention of his visit to San Pedro, Columbia, in the hilly southwest corer of Belize, as "the country's largest enclave of an indigenous Maya tribe known as the Kekchi and the
ancient Maya city of Lubaantun as the spot where the Skull of Doom was found, He also referred to Punta Gorda as a "hme base for anglers angling for the boneish-tarpon.permit
grand slam and the divers who've discovered the epic beauty of the Belize Barrier Reefs southern extremity, 35 miles offshore."
"We have seen an increase in adventure travel to Belize. This acknowledgement by a specialized publication brings greater awarene ss to Belize and its capacity to attract adventure
travelers," comments Tourism Director, Selenl Matus, "We continue to work with the tourism private sector, the media and key International partners to place Belze top of mind with
this important target market," Mtus noted,


CEO of Tourism Attends The Global Travel a Tourism Summit in Beiling, China

TheCEO ofTourismCivilAviation& CultureMr.MikeSinghtraveledto BeijingChina fromMay25th- May27th to attendtheforemostgathering of leading TH E 0 LOB AL
global tourism experts, industry leaders and government officials working together to identify practical solutions to unlock our industry's significant TplVl lrllPfl
potential for sustainable development and economic growth across the globe.
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CEO Singh is a member of the ndependent panel of Judges, consisting of some of the world's most authoritative xperts of sustainable development. Each
year, winners and finalists are honored at a special ceremony during the Global Travel & Tourism Summit -one of the highest-profile events in the Industry,
facilitating dlalogue between decision- makers, and thus influencing future action in one of the world's largest industries- Travel & Tourism.
The Tourism for Tomorrow Awards, now In their sixth year under the stewardship of the WTTC, focuses on four key categories. These categories were
carefully selected to show how destinations can guide their tourism development according to sustainable tourism principles, to recognize best practices
that are helping to protect rare and endangered species and safeguard nature; and how tourism, carefully planned and managed, can make a positive
contribution to poverty alleviation, local economic development, and cultural heritage presrvation while providing an excellent overall guest experience.
One category-Global Tourism Business Award is focused exclusively on sustainable tourism atthe larger corporate level to further demonstrate that best
practices encompass small, medium, and also large businesses.
"Belize's participation in the Global Tourism Summit is critical to keeping abreast of the latest trends and thinking about key detination-level tourism
planning and tourism develop ent issues. This helps to refresh our thinking about innovative public and private seCtor partnerships that ensure the long -
term growth of tourism in Belize."
While in eij ing, CEO Singh was interviewed by CNBC regarding his outlook for the year ahead and perspectives on future risks, trends and opportunities.
CNBC and National Geographic Channel partnered with WTrC to provide commercial alrime to promote the Global Summit and WTTC's Tourism Awards,
profiling vignettes of the winners to its discern ng viewers around the world.


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Elections & Boundaries Chairman Returns

From Elections Conference in Ghana, Africa


BELIZE CITY, Sunday, May
23, 2010:
Elections and Boundaries
Chairman/Publisher of the
STAR Newspaper, Alberto
August returned to Belize
today from Ghana, Africa after
participating in a three days
Commonwealth meeting of
Heads of Election Management
Bodies.
The conference was officially
declared open on Wednesday,
May, 19, at the National
Conference Room in Accra, by
Ghana's Vice President, H.E
John Mahama. Other opening
remarks were delivered by the
and Chairman of Ghana's Elec-
toral Commission, Dr. Afari
Gyan and by the Deputy Secre-
tary General, Commonwealth
Secretariat Mrs Masire
Mwamba.
After the official opening cer-
emony, activities moved to the
conference center at the Alisa
Hotel also in Accra.


The primary objective of the
conference was to set the
framework for the establishment
and launching of a network of
Election Management Bodies
(EMB's) as mandated by
Commonwealth Heads of
Government during the meeting
held in Trinadad in November
2009.
The fifty two representative of


Election Management Bodies in
attendance discussed a wide
range of topics including:
a) Providing for and


enduring the Importance and
Independence of Election
Management Bodies,
b) Building confidence in the
Voter Registration Process,
c) Managing the Electoral
Environment,
d) Elections and the Media,
e) Enhancing Electoral
Accountability, f) Handling
Complaints and Appeals and
g) Electoral Transparency and
relations with stakeholders
including political parties, civil
society, the media and the
public.
The primary objective of the
network is to providea forum for
the sharing of best parctices and
workable solutions to challenges
experienced by regional EMB's.
It will also serve as a resource
center for the provision of
technical assistance to regional
EMB's.


Ghana's Vice President, H.E John Mahama,
delivering the opening remarks
I I I


(L-R) Bahamas' Parliamentary Commissioner,
Errol W. Bethel and Belize's Election & Boundaries
Chairman, Alberto O. August


(L-R) Chairman,Ghana's Electoral Commission
Dr. Afari Gyan;
Chairman, Belize's Election & Boundaries Commission,
Alberto August;
Commonwealth Secretary General,
H.E. Kamalesh Sharma







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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 2000,1 CESAR DIAZ, for Registrar of Lands,
hereby serve notice that within one monlh from Ihe dale hereofl 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 dra-wn to this notice.
Any person whose rights and interest may be afcectcd by the
registering of these parcels must get in touch with me before expiry
date of this nolicc between Mondays to Friday s at the and Registry,
Belmopan.




(CESAR DIAZ) (1MR.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


APPLICATION NO, I.RS-200907600
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
FORT GEORGFJPICKSTOCK, Block No 45 and being Parcel No.
1229.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 782 of 2001
dated 3rd march. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11 of
2001 at Folios 1447-1454 in favour of JUTIUS ESPAT & ANA
MARIA ESIPA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003741
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
ALBERT/MESOP, Block No, 45 and being Parcel No, 387.

This parcel of land is the subjccl of a Vest Assent No. 1764 of 2004
dated 20th July, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of
2004 at Fdolios 1361-1374 in favour of DERRICK MAHLER, LORI
BONNER, SHARON HAYLOCK, KEITH MAHLER, SUZETTE
THOMPSON USHER, SHELLYANN THOMPSON & (SEAN
THOMIPSON deceased).

APPLICArION NO. LRS-201004748
This parcel of hind is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1622.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 0375 of 2007
dated 29th January, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of
2007 at Folios 925-934 in favour of THELMA OBAANDO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004749
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Scction, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No, 1619.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1109 of 1995
dated 23rd May, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 12 of
1995 at Folios 1349-1354 in favour of THELMA OBANDO &
FRANCISCO JAVIER OBANDO SR.

APPLICATION NO. I.RS-201004750
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
SAN IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No.
1524.

This parcel of land is Ihe subject ofa Conveyance No, 1921 of 1993
dated 18th September, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
22 of 1993 at Folios 1195-1198 in favour of THELMA
OBANDO.

APPLICATION NO. IRS-201004751
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No, 23 and being Parcel No. 1515.


This parcel of land is the subject o' a Deed ol' Gi n No, 1920 of
1993 dated 18th September, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 22 of 1993 al Folios 117 1-1194 in favour of THELMA
OBANDO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004759
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No, 31 and being Parcel No, 2533

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Assent No. 1710 of
2004 dated 26th July, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23
of 2004 at Folios 513-522 in favour of BALBINA VELASQUEZ
& ERODITA AGARD.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-201004982
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, FORT
C EORG E/PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1524.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 1288 of
1987 dated I th November, 1987 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 13 of 1987 at Folios 455-464 in favour of MARTA
AURORA HABET.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004983
This parcel of land is situalcd in the Rcgislralion Section, TRIAL
FARM, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 412 & 413.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 29
of 1993 dated 24th February, 1993 in favour of MARGARET
ROSINDA REYES as Administratrix of the Estate of VIRGIN
THOMAS LOPEZ (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004983
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 241.

This parcel o' land is the subject of a Deed of lifi No, 3263 of
2006 dated 15th September, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 38 of 2006 at Folios 1149-1160 in favour of FRANCES
ANN THOMAS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004985
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE
RIURAI. NORTH 1, Block No, 11 and being Parcel No, 1287

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3126 of 1998
dated 25th November, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
37 of 1998 at Folios 533-540 in favour of HIPOLITO JOSE
CASTTI.IO.

APPLICATION NO., RS-201004986
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/1
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1727.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 305
o1f2002 daled 9th May, 2002 in favour ofADA MIARINA FIORES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004987
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
SAN IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2502.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No, 1769
of 2008 dated 191h June, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 21 of 2008 at Folios 1039-1046 in favour of MLANCEL
LE1'A.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004998
This parcel of land is siluated in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S
SQUARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 416.
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ARIES:
March 22- April 20
You will be coming across
unusual people and circum-
stances. There will be a good
inflow of money, which you will
use to further your interests but
you will also dole out a portion
of it to help someone. Ajourney
to a far off place is likely. Also,
your relationship with your
siblings and colleagues will be
in focus. Lucky Numbers: 03,
54, 63.

STAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
You go all out to consolidate
gains in terms of land,
property, assets, gadgets...the
works. However pay attention to
your health if you need to keep
chasing your dream at the
current pace. There will be a
dawn of new ideas and fresh
realizations as some unexpected
events happen. Lucky
Numbers: 15, 46, 89.

SGEMINI:
May 22 to June 21
There is a lot of demand from
loved ones and elders. You might
have to incur certain expenses
and you do it willingly.
There still may be some
misunderstandings but you
should try and take it in your
stride. A new partnership could
be inspired by meeting with
like-minded people. Lucky
Numbers: 09, 33, 81.

_CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
You will be raring to go and
could be bouncing off ideas with
a mentor, to figure out the right
direction. Explore, even if
you think the ideas are


unconventional. Certain issues
in your personal life loom large
and they need to be resolved.
Short distance travel is likely.
Lucky Numbers: 07, 26, 93.

,. LEO:
July 24 to August 21
This is one phase where you are
likely to be at your innovative
best. You will try to handle all
matters that concern you. The
only advantage or disadvantage
is that you may want to do it
alone. Some people may not
agree with the risks you wish to
take. You might take a radical
step that will add a new
dimension to your life. Lucky
Numbers: 05, 77, 98.

VIRGO:
August 22
to September 21
You will be focussed on some
house related activity; possibly
moving into a new place. There
will be a lot of work to be
accomplished professionally and
you manage to do it successfully.
You should try to harness
important contacts that can
further your interests. Lucky
Numbers: 24, 87, 95.

S LIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
You are likely to focus on your
work in a big way. You efforts
will be directed towards
building a better image for your
firm. You will do well if you
organise your days and plans
better. Try to look even at the
finer details so that there are no
goof ups. Take care of your
health and restrict the intake of
sugary foods. Lucky Numbers:
18, 27, 56.


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V SCORPIO:
SOctober 24 to
November 21
It is likely to be a good week.
You will be concerned about the
direction of your career. Better
inflow of money is also likely
but you still should not be lax
about spending. Help people,
without paying attention to the
cost. Lucky Numbers: 21, 65,
72.

A4 SAGITTARIUS:
S 'November 22 to
1'& December 21
The coming week is likely to be
an emotional challenge for you
as you wage some internal
battles. There could be a
growing weariness with regard
to your responsibilities towards
family. However, this will be a
short lived phase. Do not let this
interfere with your work. Lucky
Numbers: 12, 75, 84.

SCAPRICORN:
December 22 to
January 20
The coming week sees you
in high spirits as love comes
knocking on your door. Travel is
likely too. You might meet up
with a lot of interesting people.


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Your state of mind will lead you
towards speculating on some
dreamy, unrealistic ideas about
your future. Lucky Numbers:
04, 32, 69.

AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
February 19
There is a lot on your mind and
it is mostly related to money.
There will be some kind of
progress achieved with travel
and meeting people from
different sectors. Be careful as
there will be slightly tricky
negotiations to be carried out,
which involve extremely
headstrong people.Lucky
Numbers: 19, 62, 88.

SPISCES:
February 20 to
March 21
Some issues may crop up in the
professional arena and you could
be dealing with some hard to
control people, with their
emotions spiralling out. Add to
that, certain financial tangles that
remain to be resolved and it
makes up for quite a ride to brace
for. Lucky Numbers: 08, 71,
90.


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


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This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 1276
of 2003 dated 15th December, 2003 in favour of MARLON
ESPAT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201004999
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 327 &
328.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 1100 of
1193 dated 20th May, 1193 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13
of 1993 at Folios 215-229 in favour of BARNEY ISSACS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005000
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration
Section, DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No.
489.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 1117
of 2000 dated 7th January, 2001 in favour of JEROME GILL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005003
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
ORANGE WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3539.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2936
of 2008 dated 1st October, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 35 of 2008 at Folios 1189-1198 in favour of SANTOS
RODOLFO GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005004
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
PLACENTIA NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1444 &
2789.

These parcels of land are the subject of an Indenture No. 0178 of
2006 dated 21st November, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 3 of 2006 at Folios 177-184 in favour of JON LEE
LUDWIG.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005006
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 879

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 57 of
2006 dated 8th March, 2006 in favour of ANTONIO HARRISON
& CARROL HARRISON (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005007
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1430

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 66 of
2006 dated 8th March, 2010 in favour of ANTONIO HARRISON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005008
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 802.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 3558 of 2008
dated 13th September, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
41 of 2008 at Folios 1313-1322 in favour of LENNOX
JOHNSON.

APPLICATION NO LRS-201005035
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
PEDRO, Block No. 7 and being Parcel No. 6689.


This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1398
of 1987 dated 20th November, 1987 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 14 of 1987 at Folios 763-770 in favour of RAMON
VILLANUEVA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005036
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 453.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 422 of 2008
dated 30th January, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of
2008 at Folios 301-308 in favour of MATTHEW PRESTON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005037
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2007.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 68 of 1972
dated 20th January, 1972 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume I of
1972 at Folios 733-738 in favour of ROSALILIA AWE as
Administratrix of the Estate of Antonio Awe G

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2010053
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 272.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 634
of 2002 dated 8th August, 2002 in favour of CECILIO GREGORIO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20100539
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 661

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 568
of 1980 dated 5th November, 1980 in favour ofALFONSO TZUL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005041
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 336

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1438 of 1991
dated 1st August, 1991 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 16 of
1991 at Folios 555-560 in favour of MICHAEL CASTILLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005042
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 873.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 834 of 1999
dated 6th April, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 199
at Folios 1171-1174 in favour of ELIZABETH AYALA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005043
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PLACENTIA NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 2321.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 449 of 1994
dated 14th February, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of
1994 at Folios 351-358 in favour of DEAN CABRAL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005044
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 2321.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 3101 of
2007 dated 1st October, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
37 of 2007 at Folios 1377-1390 in favour of MATTHEW
PRESTON.
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005047
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, MILLER'S BIGHT,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 595.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2194 of 1992 dated
9th November, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of 1992 at
Folios 451-466 in favour of DOUGLAS O. FOX & STANLEY IAN
RITCHIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005052
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, QUEEN'S SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 93.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1624 of 1992 dated
27th July, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 18 of 1992 at Folios
1487-1496 in favour of MARK ANTHONY ARNOLD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005062
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/
MESOP, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1210 & 1211.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 673 of
2006 dated 26th June, 2006 in favour of CARIBBEAN SHIPPING
AGENCIES LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-201005063
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1669.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1992 of 1996 dated
27th August, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 19 of 1996 at Folios
1121-1132 in favour of CARIBBEAN SHIPPING AGENCIES
LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005202
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 420.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 796 of 2002
dated 6th October, 2002 in favour of WINSTON L. RAMIREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005215
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1344.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 397 of 2006
dated 16th May, 2006 in favour of GIANNI JERALD CASTILLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005220
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1811.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 89 of 1988
dated 29th June, 1988 in favour of OLGA SMITH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005221
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1937.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 749 of 1998
dated 7th July, 1998 in favour of ELIZABETH RICHARDS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005222
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 789.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 610 of 2008
dated 5th November, 2008 in favour of AGNES BEDRAN IN TRUST
FOR AGNES BEDRAN (Daughter).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005223
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE RURAL
NORTH I, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 308.


This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 851 of 2000
dated 27th September, 2000 in favour of EDMUND CASTRO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005228
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2877.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 177 of2000
dated 12th January, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 2000 at
Folios 875-885 in favour of VIRGIN MEDINA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201Q05229
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2878..

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 140 of 2003
dated 13th April, 2003 in favour of DAVID MEDINA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005231
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELMOPAN,
Block No. 20 and being Parcel No. 2832.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 576 of 1991 dated
25th March, 1991 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 of 1991 at Folios
139-146 in favour of COLON DEVELOPMENT ENTERPRISE
LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005234
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 600.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 564 of2006
dated 6th June, 2006 in favour of SOCORRO ALDANA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005241
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 566.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 113 of 1971
dated 10th November, 1971 in favour of RUBY STANLEY LOPEZ
as Administratrix of the Estate of MAURICE STANLEY
(deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005276
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CHAN CHEN,
Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 310.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 541 of 2000 dated 1st
February, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 2000 at Folios
1499-1504 in favour of MAHLON COPENHAVER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005277
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 685.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 7 of 2000
dated 19th March, 2000 in favour of ELDA PEREZ

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005279
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 234.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3238 of 2008 dated
7th November, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 39 of 2008 at
Folios 417-424 in favour of JOSE NUNEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201005304
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 71.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 965 of 1994 dated
20th April, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 12 of 1994 at Folios
47-56 in favour of T & D CONTRACTORS COMPANY
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LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES

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

Registration Section
NAME Block & Parl No. Certificate Nos.
Block & Parcel Nos.

FRANCINE COYOC Bemnopan 20/4550 855/2000 dtd. 7/2/2000

ERNEST HATI J Coromal North 1/512 Certificate issued dtd. 8/4/1980

ES'IAE OF EMROY R. KING Esperanza Rural 23/1 5501/2002 dtd. 8/7/2002

ESTATE OF ELISA
DEORATI A KING Esperanza Rural 23/2 4069/2002 dtd. 22/5/2002
DEO GRATIA KING

PAUL NORRIS, SUSAN I I 4/17 LRS-200700570 dtd.
NORRIS & DESIREE NORRIS 28/11/2007

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



(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS

II LRS-201001596


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

OWNERSHIP BY PRESCRIPTION


Name of Applicant


CARLTON FAIRWEATHER


Registration Section

ALBERT/MESOP


Block No.


ParcelNo.


706


Application for ownership by prescription for the above mentioned parcel situated in Corozal Central Registration
Section has been received from CARLTRON FAIRWEATHER being Parcel No. 706 containing 224.0 Square Meters.

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person who's rights and interest may be affected
by the registration of Carlton Fairweather as proprietor with absolute title for Parcel No. 706 Albert/Mesop
Registration Section containing 224.0 Square Meters is hereby requested to show cause on or within one month from
the date thereof, why ownership should not be granted to CAR ITRON FAIRWEATHER,


(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
for REGISTRAR OF lANDS







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The Sour Grape Hairdresser


The Notorious Uncle James
My uncle James knew the on target," said Tom
exact day, month and year that "Wow, that's Incredible. How
he was going to die. In fact, he did he know all of that? asked
knew the exact time that he was Jane
going to die and he was right "A judge told him."
Sam & Clarance


Sam lived across the river
from Clarence in Valley of
Peace.
They were not fond of each
other and were always yelling
across the river at each other.
Sam would yell to Clarence,
"If I had a way to cross this
river, I'd come over there and
beat the living hell out of
you."
This went on for many years.
Finally the Ministry of Works
built a bridge across the river
right there by their houses.
When the bridge was
completed, Sam's wife, Lena,
says, "Now is your chance,
Sam, why don't you go over
A Wife's
"Dear Lord,
I pray for WISDOM to
understand my husband; For
LOVE to forgive him; For
PATIENCE to undertands his


there and beat the hell out of
Clarence like you said you
would?"
Sam says, "OK, I think I will
do just that" and he started for
the bridge but he sees a sign on
the top cross bar of the bridge.
He stops to read it, then he turns
around and rushes back home.
Lena asked, "Why did you
come back?"
Sam said, "Lena, I think I
change my mind about beating
up Clarence. They put a sign
on the bridge that says
"Clearance is 13ft. 6 in." You
know, he don't look near that
big when I yell at him from this
side of the river"
Prayer
moods. That's all I am asking
for Lord because, Lord, if I
pray for Strength, I'll beat
him to death.
AMEN"


Elections Z B8oundaries cDepartment
rahioganyStriet ensio
P. 0. 0. Bo913, ~Bedze City


Fax: 501-222-4991
Website: www.elections.gov.bz


Telephone: 501-222-404214992
E-mail: electbound(,btl.net


Belize
Pease Qsote:


Notice

Vacancies Village Councils

The general public is hereby notified that in accordance with Part
111, Section 7 of the Village Council Act, Chapter 88 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2003 the following Village Council has
declared vacancies within its council as follows:

District Village Name Position Reason
Toledo Boom Creek Oswaldo Rax Mem ber Disqualified


By-election Boom Creek Village

The general public is hereby notified that in accordance with Part
111, Section 7 of the Village Council Act, Chapter 88 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2003, by-election to fill the vacant posts
of members in the Boom Creek VillageCouncil is scheduled for
Sunday June 6th, 2010 from 9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m. at the Primary
School.


Alice was at her hairdresser's
getting her hair styled for a trip to
Rome with her husband.
She mentioned the trip to the
hairdresser, who responded:
"Rome? Why would anyone
want to go there? It's crowded and
dirty. You're crazy to go to Rome.
So, how are you getting there?"
"We're taking Continental,"
was the reply. "We got a great
rate!"
"Continental?" exclaimed the
hairdresser. "That's a terrible
airline. Their planes are old, their
flight attendants are ugly, and
they're always late. So, where are
you staying in Rome ?"
"We'll be at this exclusive
little place over on Rome's Tiber
River called Teste."
"Don't go any further. I know
that place. Everybody thinks
its gonna be something special
and exclusive, but it's really a
dump."
"We're going to go to see the
Vatican and maybe get to see the
Pope."
"That sucks," laughed the
hairdresser. "You and a million
other people trying to see him.
He'll look the size ofan ant. Boy,
good luck on this lousy trip of
yours. You're going to need it."
A month later, Alice again came
in for a hairdo. The hairdresser
asked her about her trip to Rome.


"It was wonderful," explained
Alice, "not only were we on
time in one of Continental's
brand new planes, but it was
overbooked, and they bumped
us up to first class. The food and
wine were wonderful, and I had
a handsome 28-year-old steward
who waited on me hand and foot.
nd the hotel was great! They'd
just finished a $5 million
remodeling job, and now it's a
jewel, the finest hotel in the city.
They, too, were overbooked, so
they apologized and gave us their
owner's suite at no extra charge!"
"Well," muttered the hairdresser,
"that's all well and good, but I
know you didn't get to see the
Pope."
"Actually, we were quite lucky,
because as we toured the Vatican,
a Swiss Guard tapped me on the
shoulder, and explained that the
Pope likes to meet some of the
visitors, and if I'd be so kind as
to step into his private room and
wait, the Pope would personally
greet me. Sure enough, five
minutes later, the Pope walked
through the door and shook my
hand! I knelt down, he bent over
and wispered a few words in my
ear."
"Oh, really! What'd he say?"
asked the hairdresser.
He said: "Who f- -ed up your
hair?"


2010 FCCA Foundation

Children's Essay Contest


The FPorida Caribbean Cruise Assocition invite
students of Befie to participate in the 2010 FCCA
FoundTion Children's Esay Contest.

This year's topic is:

Wit can mI y destii on 0d to become
more compettive In tIe global turism muket"
The esay confest will be conducted In two categortes, Junkw DMslon and Sen. rf ulslan
1i Each student must ubit nr ceussy written in Englisih approximrety 300 50Q wrmd in ngfh.
r Essys wil be-jdged on thf ifolow"g criteria: w ntcn/subjteVcrw(~tiky/)fsty, strrce t nd grammer.
r Ewaiy wlt e bcr ntrl ino the FCCA R mul ComEpetition,


SAges 12 and under
junw i m u ShrB
XMa us S.ooI us8sa'oo
3r"~m usl 1(l00 s $ ,000
relw usSIaoO UsSI .oloo


Ages 13 to 16 yarsa

S $"1.o00
mn USBU1.O


US $1,00
us $1.00


Schools countrywide ar invited to participant each schoo must submit
ONLY two emles, ONE FROM EACH AGE CATEGORY no later
than Monday, June 21th 2010.
For more information please contact:



--J.oA-
Tei~r r. 227-242 0 i~imaif:friieirv^blz~


Senwlh
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BELIZE TOURISM BOARD


1 NEWS

Minister of Tourism presents New Director of Tourism a
Chairman to Stakeholders in Puna Gorda

In an effort to continue building on the strong partnership between the tourism private and public
sectors, the Minister of Tourism, Clvil Aviation and Culture, the Board of Directors, the Director of
Tourism, and the ManagemenlTeam met with stakeholders in Punta Gorda on Friday, May 14th.
The visit to Punta Gorda is part of a series of destination visits organized by the Belize Tourism
Board to actively engage tourism stakeholders and introduce the new Director of Tourism and
Chairman of the Board. This session provided an opportunity to share BTB's new value
proposition and stakeholders had an opportunity to discuss important tourism issues affecting
Toledo's tourism development.
The BTB has had similar visits with stakeholders in Corozal, Orange Walk, Hopkins and Dangriga
and expects to v iit with other stakeholders countrywide.
The stakeholder session In Punta Gorda had approximate ly 50 people In attendance.


BTB and Dive Trainng Magazine lHst Educational Seminar

The Belize Tourism Board, in collaboration with Dive Training Magazine, hosted two educatonal
dive seminars this past week. The first was held on Tuesday, May 18th at the Sunbreeze Hotel in
San Pedro and the other on Thursday, May 20th at the Inn at Roberts Grove in Placencla.
The objective of the seminar was to educate professional divers on the interpretation of the coral
reef experience, the fall of he cities beneath the reef; dive safety myths and misconceptions,
and new sites and fresh perspectives of the dive industry. Approximately 30 persons attended
the seminar.
Marine Science Instructor and Senior Editor of Dive Training Magazine, Dr. Alex Brylske
conducted the training. Dr. Brylske has had a long and varied career as a marine educator.
Currently, he is a Professor of Marine Science and Technology at Florida Keys Community
College In Key Westand directs the Colege's scientific diving research program. Alex has been recognizedas the most widely published author in the field of recreational
scuba diving. Since 1992, he served as Senior Editor of Dive Training Magazine-America's oldest scuba diving publication.
"Diving continues to be of the top draws for visitors to Belize," comments the Tourism Director, SelenI Matus. "Seminars such as this one helps to build capacity for dive
professionals and enhances the visitor experience both from a safety and visitor satisfaction perspective,"



Official Events for September Celebrations Announced
At a Press launch held on Wednesday at the House of Culture, the National Celebrations Commission (NCC), announced the
schedule of official events for this year's National September celebrations.
This year marks the 29th Anniversary of our independence and the 212th Anniversary of the Battle of St, George's Caye. For the
second consecutive year, the Official Opening Ceremony of the September Clebrations will be held at St. George's Caye on Sunday, *
August 29th, 2010.
Francis Reneau's concert is set for Friday, September 3rd, whilst this year's Carnival King and Queen Competition as well as the
Queen of the Bay Pageant will be held on September 4th. Saturday, September 11th is the Carnival road march.
A Tribute to Belizean Patriots is scheduled for September 16th. September 17th is the Children's Rally and later that evening is the
Pan Yaad Concert at the House of Culture. Saturday the 18th and Sunday the 19th is the BCCI 2010 Expo and the National
Ecumenical Service Is scheduled for that same evening.
Th e "National Collection": 29 artists, 29 works, 29 years, will take place as part of th e National Celebrations. The National Collection will begin a nation-wide tour in June and
will visit five districts before retuming to Belize City. The exhibition will be on display for two weeks at each venue.
On the 15th of September, the NCC is introducing the "Night of Young Patriots" where schools from across the country are nvited to present traditional and original pieces
reflecting Belize's patriotism and national pride. Both categories of the song competition- Patriotic and Carnival was opened yesterday, Wednesday and entries should be
submitted by June 30th for a winner to be chosen on August21st. The Theme competition also opened yesterday and entrie shou d be submitted by June 18th. The winner
will receive a S1000 cash prize.


The National Celebrations Commission announces
the 2810 September Celebrations THEME competition
All Belizean, whether living at home or abroad, ar invited to submit recommendations for the theme of this year's September Celebrations that will commemorate
the 212th Anniversary of the Battle of St. George's Cay and the 29th Anniversary of Belize's Independence. The theme should reflct Belize's diversity and
development as a nation, Theme submissions should be no more than 10 words.

/ Winner Receives $1000 Cash Prize. .

Entries should be submitted by June 18, 2010 to:
Chairman
National Celebrations Cormission
ER. Be 325
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Former Director of Tourism Elected President


Of The Belize
BELIZE CITY, Monday, May
17, 2010:
The Belize Red Cross held
its 20th General Assembly on
Saturday May 15 at the Chateau
Caribbean Hotel in Belize City.
The event also included the
election of new members to
serve on the Central Committee
Mrs. Tracy Taegar Panton,
former Director of Tourism,
was elected President of the
Committee.
"After working for over 20
years in the tourism and
business sector I am eager to
give back," expressed Mrs.
Tracy Panton moments after
being elected. Having recently
concluded 12 years as the
Director of the Belize Tourism
Board, she is now looking
forward to, in her own words,
"bringing my experience to the
Belize Red Cross to support
the staff and volunteers in their
work."


Mrs. Tracy Taegar Panton
Other members of the new
Central Committee include:
Betty Tam as First Vice Presi-
dent; Dr. Gary Longsworth,
Second Vice President; Denise
Mahler, Treasurer and five Ex-
ecutive Members: Michel
Chebat, Carol Hyde, Martin
Marshalleck, Myrtle Palacio
and Dr. Alba Mendez Sosa.
Guest speaker for the event
was Havard Hovdhaugen,
from the Red Cross of Norway
who is currently heading the
Disaster Preparedness project in
Belize.
I.


Red Cross Central Committee


In his presentation Mr
Hovdhaugen, pointed out the
unique bilateral cooperation
between the Norwegian Red
Cross and the Belize Red Cross
overr the past severalyears. He
informed that the Norwegian
Red Cross has funded numerous
projects and has allowed the
Belize Red Cross to expand
its activities and its impact to
Belize's most vulnerable
individuals and communities.
Director General Mrs. Lily
Bowman presented the Belize
Red Cross Biennial Report
2008-2010, which she dedicated
"to all our volunteers who are
the backbone of the Belize Red
Cross."
She highlighted the organiza-
tion's greatest achievements
during the past two years includ-
ing four projects and the
ongoing programmes of the
Belize Red Cross. The Commu-
nity-based Disaster Risk
Reduction programme with
emphasis in Public Health
and Water and Sanitation in
emergencies was funded by the
European Commission Humani-
tarian Aid Department (ECHO)
between 2007-2009 in 16 c
ommunities in the Stann Creek
and Toledo Districts. The
success of this project enabled a
second phase in 12 communities
in the Cayo District and Belize
River Valley with emphasis in
School Safety and Community
Disaster Preparedness.


The Norwegian Red Cross and
the Norwegian Ministry of
Foreign Affairs have also
provided funding and technical
assistance to both these projects.
A third project was conducted
in collaboration with the
United Nations Development
Programme's Global Environ-
mental Fund Small Grants
Programme providing three
communities in Corozal District
- Sarteneja, Chunox and Copper
Bank with funding to develop
and implement mitigations
projects to minimize their
vulnerability to climate change.
The final project was
ProVention carried out in five
schools in the Belize and
Corozal Districts, each of which
developed a School Safety Plan
and taught both children and
their families to identify and
mitigate risks in their living
environments.
Of particular pride to the
Belize Red Cross was the
overwhelming response to the
Haiti Relief Appeal opened
January 13th, 2010 and closed on
April 30th, which raised over
BZ$615,000.
Director General Lily
Bowman thanked Red Cross
volunteers for their efforts in
the Haiti Relief fundraising
events and reminded those
present that, 'just like Belizeans
generously went into their
pockets to help our brothers and
sisters in Haiti, we ask that they


Mrs. Lily Bowman, Director
General, Belize Red Cross
continue to give to their local
Red Cross as our work depends
on this support and as the
hurricane season approaches
our response to eventual
disasters will also require
funding."
Closing remarks were deliv-
ered by Bernabe Matus, the
newly elected Belize Red Cross
Youth Commission President.
He motivated participants with
an inspirational quote from an
unknown author, "care enough
to give the world the best you
have and you will be giving the
world a tiny miracle-
small....yet hugely significant."
On behalf of the new Central
Committee, its Staff and
Volunteers, the Director General
thanked members of the past
Committee for their dedicated
service over the last 4 years
to the National Society and the
people they serve. She said,
"giving so selflessly ofyourself
has moved the National
Society to reach out to so many
vulnerable people everywhere
in the country and this has not
gone unnoticed as you have
indeed made a difference in so
many lives".


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Election and Boundaries Department


'Vi wIAGEinCOUiNCIL ELE [TION ESSUIH I I- MAY23 d 201

1 ELFC IONREORI1


Elections IIeld in the Village/Com unity of
SARTENEJA. COROZAL on SUND-AY, MY 23'1, 2010

No. Candidate Name Posidllo No, of Votes rJected
Received
I iGicrmo Aurdio Rodriguez Choirma 524 Elected
2 FAcrvaia Crispin SolIz CnOmndllor 541 Elected
3 Eveiter Brauli Cruz Cruuuillr 536 Elected
Alexander Johln Ortega Comnclllor 535 Elected
eDa Iberio Emil Criz Councillor 535 Elected
6 Estnislau Viamnil Councillur 533 Elected
S Octavto Flores CounclUor 518 Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Comui unity of
CONCE'PCION, COROZAL on SUNDAY, .MAY 23"', 2010
No. Candidate Name Puiatiun NU. of Volut Elected
Received
1 Rodolfr Lai.ii CThairman 293 EIctedI
2 Haul Casillu Cuuncillur 283 Elected
3 .urgr A. 1"cd Councillur 281 Elected
4 Teodolo Tan Jr, Councillor 280 Electe
5 Marti~a Nah CLuncillkr 204 Elected
6 Meliqqa Pena Cnmucillnr 2 01 Flectted
___ Pedro Palt Mendctz CoLmcillor 279 EIc-ted

Eleclionrs Held in the Villliie/iCoinn unity of
SAN VICTOR, COROZAL on SUNDAY, MAY 23", 2010


Candidate Name


Poaitina


No. nof Vte8
R ~i d ~


Elected


I Algimirn Te.ek Chairman 226i leeted
2 Sandra Vasquez Councillur 231 Elected
3 Lglhelh Cobh Councillor 229 Elected
4 Roberto Naele Councillor 228 Elected
5 Conuepciol Cobb Councillor 227 Elected
6 Carmrlu Kal Councillor 227 EleKted
7 Filberto Tek Councillor 226i Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Communiity of
SAN ANDRES, COROZAL on STlNDAY, MAY 23"', 2010


Elections Held in the Village/Community of
YO CREEK, ORANGE WHALK on SUNDAY, MLAY 23' 2010


Candidate Name


Josfi A. Garci


Pnait-in


Councillor


No. nf Vtes Flected
RfRen'e'd


Elected


ElIctlions HL'd in the Villiage/(Clmniuniiy if
THINII)AI), RANGE(E W\AI.K on SIIND)AY, MAY 23", 201(1


Candiddatc Name


Posllionl


No. of Votes
Received


Elected


1 Roberto Salomuon Ioubadilla Chtirman 17" Elected
2 Elmer Nold Crow Ciuncillor 171 .Electd

4 Gian RangeI Sla Caunc1,illor 173 Elected
5 Luis 1,emnar Tiun Cruncillor 171 Filectl
6 Noric 1. % usa I unllor 170 EKct__d


Ahner Zain Sesa


Cnudcillor


Elected


ElTetiins Telid in lle Villeig'/'i.riiiurin iity of
FIRE nITRN, ORANGE WALK on SUDAY., MW 23'., 2010

No. Candidate Nam ne PIsitin Nno oft VVnt Elected
Recclved
1 Brnanbe Dc Jesus Monto Sr. Chairman Uncontested Elected
2 Eluer Autuuiui Mrlenldrtl z CCudillor L'ncullentdI Eleical
3 l.ticia MarThlla Mclcnilrn Coumcillor I neonmteted El.ctal
4 Frafciseco Agpilo atl Councillor Lntconleteld Eleced
5 p BearnrahE Jeii Mll n.I a lr.1r. Cfoinflillor InRolnmtrtedl Elrif
b Suuraia ahk Councillor IUncontested Elected
7 Fic~ficrao Crie Concilor Ue I Ionesll Eklected

Elections LHeld in theI VillagcCoininunity of
SA-NTA FAMIlLIA, CAYO on SUNDAY, MAY 23"', 2010


raaitien No. or Votes


Elected


I G]eufunr Mdlvii Cluirmain 265 Eluced
2 Terestta Lima Coupncillr 264 Eleted
3 RRo etina.i Zn Co'icillor 262, lKWIecI d
4 Daniel Carillo Countcillar 260 ElctEld
5 Edar Wiltshire Coundllor 259 Elected
6 Sara (rant Cnoucillor 25m Elected
7 VirgiloCatG U Con eillor 54 Clee!led!

AElecliiins Held in the Villaw/Co in unity of
XAIBE. COROZAL on S-NDAY, XLXY 23'", 2010

No. Candidate Name Posiliom No. of Voles Elecled

1 DaniTzul Jr. Chairman 406 Elected
2 Frnestoi Nich olson Coincillor 4061 lecled
S Lcidira Nicholson CouncilBor 396 EJected
4 Cr riu Loriw Councmllur 393 Elected
5 Nntaniel Ilinds Councillor 391 Elected
6 Adib Hny ir. CoumnilBlr 391 Elected


7 Sulangel Catch


Cuuaoillur 388


IElected


Elections Held in tle VillageCommunity of
SAN ANTONTO, COROZAL, on SIENDAY, MAY. 23~, 2010


Candidate N amc


Pnaition


Ner. fVniote
Received


Elected


I eiauty llarels t.harrm an 911I ellelrl
2 David VWatsun Coun Icillur s Ekcted
3 Lee Hall C(:oucillar RI Elected
4 Liasa Jacobs Com acillor S( Elecied
5 Ruby Villanm va Con cillor 8I0 Elected
6 Cuurleny Villanleal Coun iillor 78 El]lerd
7 Samuel Daniels Concilelor 71M Earled

Elections Ield in tlhe Village/Community of
CONSEJO, COROZAL on SUNDAY;, MA-Y 23", 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No, oifV os Elected
Rccived
1 Carias Aro a Calrrmani 41 Flelted
2 Edilbcrto Escalanc Coumcillor 4S Ecelted
3 Maria Totrres Collncillor 43 Fletied
4 Miriam Rivcro Councillor 41 Elected
5 Alicia Torres Councillor 39 ElCcled
6 Jnrge uc Councillor 39 Electted
7 RublerL Wright Cuudinllor 39 Elkcled

Elections Held in tile Villag/Comlmunity of
SA.N 1.A ARO. CORO(ZAL n SlIINI)AY, MAY 23"', 201(1

No. Candidate Ne me Po.sition No. ofVotes Elected

I Justo Aleu Ciutrrnw Chairman 261 ElcLted
2 LIonel Carrillo Coienillar 263 Elected
3 Mato J. Carrillo Councillr 263 Elected
4 Ellis Omiar Cal Couicillor 261 Electal
5 Evytiu Alvnare Councillur 229 -Elcted
__6 Marcic linda Sanclhez Coun illur 257, Etlecrel


Wiltrrdlo Evalio Lopeie


CounciUlr


ElecLed


Candidate Name


Position No. of Votes
Received
Ch i ~.31


Elected

l-.,d


I .m Ii.c h I,1 FL 'l1II ll I J 41 UI tu
2 Muurkici Ricra Couumiillur 339 Eletecd
3 Ruperto Blancan CIuncillor 333 Elected
4 Matilde T. Carries Couincitor 329 Elected
5 7,ena Walight Concillor 327 Elected
6 Juel D. Carries Coouncillor 327 Eletkdd
7 ZLnie Bernadette Hlumes Councillor 32f Elected

Elections Held in the \illage/Conmmnunity of
BULLET TREE, C'AYO on S-ND-AY, NLY 23''1 2010

No, Candidate Name Poasiion No. of Votes Fleeted
Received
] laias Franco Chairman 53 EIacted
2 Rufirn Pott Councillnr 519 Eceted
3 Sandror Pincl Councillur 504 Elcted
4 Benrmy Pc"h C1ouiciillor 504 Elected
3 Meina Rivera Councillor 498 Elected
6 Estevan Perez Counclior 489 Elected
7 ani~ g Va!qmez Crmneillnr 479 FJcetcd

ElIclimns HiId in lhe \'illigei(nrnmminii.y if
ARENAL, C .AYO on SUT:NDAY. MAY 23'', 2010

No. CiadidateNae Nm Positon No. of Votes Eleled
______________________RtddReceivtd
I Luciu Sanchei Chairmnn 184 Elecled
2 Hector sanchti Cai ncilBr 191 Elected
I .Ioe VaRllI nrreW COie nillnr 19l Ileiref
4 Aguitin Patt Councillor 19D Elected
5 MoiiMs Fabian Comencinor 186 Elected
6 Ada, Garcia Concillor 184 Elriced
7 ALfredo Sanchez Councillor 180 Elected

Elections Held in the Villagc'Community of
CAT,LA (CRE K, CAYO on SITND)AY, MAY 23"', 2010

No. Candidate Name Posiioin No. ofVots Eketed
Rcccivod
I NoelUck Chairman UnaliesleJd Elected
2 Marcos Uc[k Councillor Uncomiseld Elected
3 Luim Hmiiilertu (ik Couuicillir UricLiulrd cElctcd
4 Jr Ramos Councillor Uncontesled llccted
5 Imii& Uvk Coun iIilluri UurIInuesld Elwitcd
6 Manuel Percz Co:uncilllr UnL'coltsld Flected
7 .JE Carrillor Cotuncillnr Uncomillcrld FJcttdl

Elections Held in the VillagciComnmunity of
COTTON TREE, CAYO on SUNDAY, MAY 23", 2010


Candidate Name


Position No. of Votes
Received


Elected


I Rudy Darreri Chairman 144 Elected
2 Mark Hide Councillor 159 Elected
3 Melva HIlde Cuuncillur 154 Ellecte
4 Mario Campos Councillor 147 Elected
5 Albert MlautLre C:[.uncillor 147 ElectLd
I6 hrNintlnie Settmli ei C0olnrillor 14 2 Elected
7 Rotanda Alvarez Councillor 136 Elected
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_I Haymuindo Coclm Chairman 452 Elected
2 Mdrij I, Cni Councillor 462 Elected
3 Mindy CGaria C-outncillor 461 Eletled
4 Enrique Novela Councillor 453 Elected
Elvis Liandlvtrry Councillor 452 Elected
6 Angel Castitll Councillor 447 Elected


No. Cndidate Name









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VIrltions Hild in Ih1 Vill;iar/Crnmuniinily ol
ST'1 MATTIIJEWS, CAYO on SUNDAY, MAY 23"', 2010

Nu. Candida i Name Pusitioun Nu. of Vuls Ellated
Received
I Efrain Pcrez Chairman 147 Elected
2 Danamnc Je ffords Councillur 141 Elected
3 Osar A. Monlerrose Coun eillar 137 Elected
S lamaiel Ramirez Councillor 136 Elected
5 Hector Ral Arrea2a Couneillor 135 Elected
6 Edgar Amram CounciloUr 133 Elected
7 .lwee anie l (Gonalez Councillor 128 Elected

Elecltimls HeldL in the VillaIe/I'tCuriiiriuiity oir
FRANKS EDDY, CAt O on SUTNDAY, MAY 23,', 2010

No. Candidate Namer Positionn \n. of Vtes l tedl
Received
I Hilario Felix Mes Chairmai 30 Elected
2 Maria Dorateo France Counc llor 37 Elected
3 Edgar So Couneillior 35 Elected
4 Nulainadl Ramicrz Cocilur 34 Eletird
5 Riguberto GrLgorio Diaz Councllur 34 Elected
I( Ruble Aguilar Coaucllor 33I Flected
7 ldun AILnhoiiny S ro Couuncillur 33 flecteld

Elketions Held in the Villiaq/C.'(]mmn unity or
MORK TOMORROW, CAVO() an SI IN)AY, MXAY 23'r, 2011)

No. Candidate Name PonirinaN No of Vanei Electedr
1Received
S Miliacl Myvctt Chairman 311 lcctecd
2 Herijan Hernannde C*.nerllor t1 Ieleted
3 Juew Giron Cuuncillur 30 Elected
4 Alfolto Suollhellaad Coucillor 27 Elected
5 Edwin Crbitale Councillor 26 Elccled
6 Triac Myisll Counlcillor 25 Elecled
7 Charles Sutherland Councillor 20 Elecced

KIcLtions Held in lthe Villiae/Cc]minuniyl ol'
YALBAC, CAYO on SUNDAY, MA 23"., 2010
No. Candidale Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
I Harrison E. McC'llwok C'hairman LUnconttc5d Elc'ted
2 Mirna Castilln C'.uncillnr Unucontested Elected
3 Felp Castlllo Jr. Con u llor Uncontested Elected
4 Feipe Casillo Sr. CouTnclor Uncontested Elected
S Kndra Ayala Ctu 6 Catalina Rowland Councllor lUcontsted Elected
7 Sriln J, Depa Couuncillur Uncaitestld Eleclrd

Elections Held in the VilliI I/Cominnunity ol
TA GRACTA, CAYO Ion SUNDAY, MAY 23", 2010
No. Candidate Name Pioition No. of Vores Elected
Redehedl
1 .JuIlin Cesar Diinrante C1hairman 42 Elected
2 Carlus Kainiroe Kano Councillor 411 Electedl
3 Audeli Zpedla CounciliOr 401 Electedi
4 Arnoldo Zepeda Councillor 39 Elected
5 EIvira Arlni Duarte nCouncilll 39 Elected
6 Jumefilal. Ramire Counsillur 39 Elected
7 Alfonso Ramircz Councillor 39 Elected

Elections Held in the Villa geCo mmunuity of
SANIA TERESITA, CAYO on SUNDAY, MAY 231, 2010

No. Caedidale Nhme Position No. of Votes Elected

1 Marvin Miranda Clmairlman IUFcoanlled I Elected
2 Francisco De La Rosa Councillor Uncontestd Elected
3 Elda Miranda Couiuncillnr Uonattrated Elected
4 lmacl At-rmndo Miranda Comaucillor Uclontisctd Elected
5 Carlos Geovanrsy lHerrea Cour cillor Uloatltled Elected
6 Hever Mirnda Couincillor tlnhoutcstcd Elected
7 Raul Miranda Councillnr Uncontested Elected

Elections- Held in lthe Villai[t'/C.mniunity or
BEILA lVSTA, TOL)EDO) on S1;NI)AY, MIAY 23"', 20110

No. 'andidaic Name PLsilinn No. of Votcs Elected
-eceived
I Gloria Bernandez Chaliran 3i9 Elected
Scrgio riradi, CaunnilIr 327 Elected
SuladlurAck Coun'illur 326 Eectled
4 Miud elZroru Couuciluor 325 ElIlnld
r idel Muradiaga Councillor 324 Elected
S Crecrino (Garcia Councillor 322 Elcted
7 Eric Gutierrez Councillor 317 Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Community of
BLADES, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, MAY 23", 2010

No, Candidate hanue P04ition No. of Votes Elected
Received
J Nicholas Shie Chairman 20 Elected
2 Pctrunn Panu Couuillur Unounlteltli Elected
3 Hennilindn Pop C;ou nillor Unconested Elected
4 igoberto Orriz Garcia Councillor Uncontested Elected
5 Pelron Io Conuricillor Unoonlealtd Flected
6 Luciano Cal [Councillor Uncantested Elected
7 Santa Kan Mauinm Councillor Uncontested Elctedd


Ekeclions Held in the Villiag!L'/C mmnunity orl
MONKEY RIVER, TOLEDO on SUlNDAY, -LAY 23', 2010

No. Candidate Name Position No. of Votes Elected
Received
S David Lilnirc ChairanI 463 Elected
2 Victor CoIevas Countillor 71 elected
3 ludncy Coleman Councillor 6 Elected
4 Richard Pitts Coundillr 65 Elected
5 Wayne Castcilamb Councillor 64 Elected
S ATington Coleman Councillor 57 Elected
7 Ivaun Williamsa CoLndllor 50 Elected

Elections Hcld in the Village/Cominuiity or
PUNIA NECRA, TOLEDO oni SUNDAY, MAY 23"', 2010

No. Candidate Name Pnltionn nof Vnrles Elected
Received
1 Paula .larcbs Wiliams Chairman llinontested Elected
2 Sucmue iWilliamss Counillor UhllnatltedL Eletted
3 Jacquelle Young Councilor Uncontested Elected
4 Ktninrlhl Marlin Cuuntilcr Uacuntlat~d El cled
5 ;wcndipn .Taeihbs Councillor lncontLsted Elected
6 Mikal Uunkil Cuuncillur Uncuateatcd Elclced
7 Car!'kP Ralplire. Councilluor itnceltes(ed Elecited
Ele.tins eIld in the Villaemu/'nriirmuity or
.TACINTOVIILE, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, W' i 23^, 2010

Ni. Cundidcte Nume Pulititun Nc.of Vrills Elected
Recei-ed
1 Nofrman Rrdina Chairman 8H Elected
2 AlbUrto VilarrancL Corncillor 94 Elecled
3 Ranc Savala Jr. CornEcillor HS FIcelted
4 Doris Jacobs Cor eillor 85 Eleled
5 Larsen Kuknll Conciller 84 Elected
6 Lawrencm .D, Chavarrim Councillor 83 Elected
17 Neria Williams ICommeiller 8tZ EleIted

Elcclions Held in the Villiagc/Commtinity of
LAGU-NA, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, MAY 231?, 2010

.No. Candidate Name FIsution No. of Voles Elected
Received
1 Samuel Ack Chalrman 40 Elected
2 Sc~~alian Mlis Comacillur 56 Elected
3 Fanmlimio Ceucul Courncilltr 55 Elctled
4 Adclial Pop Comacillor I5s Elected
5 Gluria CuC Canacillr 46 Elecled
6 Ricmrdo Sacul Coalcillor 41 Elected
7 Rosa Mis Conucillor 31 Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Co.nmmunity of
SAN FETIPE. TOLEDO ,on SINNDAV, MAY 23"', 2010

No. Candidate Nume Position No. of Voles Elected
Received
i Juan Ak Chairman S6 Elected
2 Pedru Chulom Counillor 45 Elcetcd
5 Jnan Coy Clonlirillor 47 Fletted
4 Felipe Chanm Councillor 45 Elected
Marmoa Coy CLuncillor 45 Elected
fi Miarrel Chane Coninitller 44 Flerted


Jufo Choc


Coundilor _44


Eletted


Elections k1ld in the Village/Colmmn unity of
SAN MARCOS, TOLE DO on SUNDAY, -LAY 23rd, 2010

NiL (Candidalc Same Position [No. of Vots Elected
Received
I Eduardo rYma Chairmani 56 Elected
2 Nicholas Chroc Cauncellnr IUncmntesed Elected
3 Lurauz Cual Xi Councillur UactuleStdl Elected
4 Jose Choc Councillor Urncontestd Elected
53 Fdri Chor Cuuncillur UeUmlteste EI-tced
6 Mariu Maikin Cunjiillur Uncumicdald Electld
7 Marcqra ocli Ccluncillnr irnentested Elected

Elections Held in the Village/Communit~ of
SAN PABLO, TOLEDO on SUNDAY, LMAY 231', 2010

No. Candidate Name Positiin No. tfVntes Elected
IHerived
I hi xlimH ilino MA kin iChAmir MAn 5 s lIeled
2 Pedro C: .Ir. Coulincillnr ril Flected
3 Duminaig Ba Couincillor 56 Elcted
4 Tomas X1a Councilinr 46 Flected
5 Srbastian Shook Couucillur 43 Elucted
6 Oscar Rillum Counclllor 42 Elected
7 Manual Pep Coun.illur 42 ElctIcd

Elections Held in the Village/Conmm niity of
YEMIERI Gf OVE, ITOT,F110 in SUNI)AY, M1AV 2 ,'. 2)10


Candidate Name


LawtreceC Ilshcr
Javier Ceram


Positkios


Chairman
C i -cllor


No. of Voles
Rented
Uncefntesed
I !..... t..,


Elected


Elccicd
lE dr, djr


3 Mary Edwards Councillor UncrsIealed Eleclled
4 Mariuclia t CaaI CConrillor Uncantesled El ed
5 Briiida Aldamun Counaillor Uncuntested Ecleed


Councillor


ii


Calriel Fawards Jr.
JnOe Chub


Ircontesled EFlecled
Lncontested Eleded






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Two Belize Policemen In San Salvador

Participating In Regional Security Seminar


SAN SALVADOR, El Salva-
dor, Thursday, May 27, 2010:
Police Constable #681
Giovannie Novelo attached to
Community Police in Orange
Walk and Constable #140
Joshua McKoy from the
Benque Viejo Police Sub-For-
mation, are currently in San Sal-
vador, El Salvador attending a
two weeks Regional Security
Seminar on the Elaboration and
Application of a Model of a Plan
Against Urban Violence
facilated through the Israeli
Embassy in San Salvador.
Participants include law
enforcement officials engaged
in community policing spanning
Central America and the
Caribbean region brought
together to share best practices
in this new policing initiative.


Inside the Auditorum of the Ministry of Justice and Public
Safety in San Salvador,
(L-R) Police Constable #681 Giovannie Novelo;
Israeli Embassador H.E. Matanya Cohen
Belizean Embassador H.E. Celie Paz De Gonzalez and
Police Constable #140 Josue Mckoy


The seminar was officially
declared open on Monday, May


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Friday, June 4, 2010.


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