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SUICIDE SUSPECTED IN THE DEATH


OF YOUNG MARTIN CARTER AIRD


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Thursday, July 15,
2010:
A prominent Cayo family is
today making arrangements to
lay to rest the body of their
youngest child, victim of what
police suspect to be an act of
suicide.
Benque Viejo police reports
receiving the call at 5:44 a.m. on

Freak Accident


A wake was held at the
Williams' residence in the Santa
Cruz area of Santa Elena Town
on Thursday, July 15, 2010 as
the family prepares to lay to rest
the body of Sherman Daniel
Williams, 38, the victim of a
freak accident which occurred
on the Western Highway at
around 5:00 p.m. on Saturday,
July 10, 2010, the day after his
38th birthday.
Reports reaching us indicate
that Sherman was just preparing
to work on the scene of an
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Wednesday, July 14, 2010 of
the discovery of an apparent
lifeless body at the family home
located in the Chial area around
mile 71 on Western Highway
near the village of San Jose
Succotz.
Upon arrival police were met
by Dr. Eve Cynthia Aird,
Belizean educator, President
of San Ignacio's Sacred Heart

Claims The Life


Sherman Daniel Williams, 38
SUNRISE: July 9, 1972
SUNSET: July 10, 2010


College and her husband
Christopher "Chris" Aird,
Belizean, Chief Education
Officer, who directed them to
an area in the yard, under some
trees near a dog house, about 80
feet from the family home where
the apparent lifeless body of
their youngest child was seen
lying face upwards on the
ground with what appeared to be
a gunshot wound to the right side
of the head.
The body was identified by
the parents as that of their son,
Martin Carter Aird, who only
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SUNRISE: July 2, 1987
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Gina's Gun Stolen

BELIZE CITY, Friday, July 9,
2010:
Belize City Police are investigat-
ing the reported burglary of the
Lake Independence Area resi-
dence ofEvan "Mose" Hyde Jr.
from KREM Radio's morning
talk show "Wake Up Belize
Morning Vibes."
In the report to the police, Hyde
informed that his house was bur-
glarized sometime between the
hours of 6:00am and 4:00pm on
Thursday, July 8. Stolen there
from were the following items:
Freak Accident


From Hyde's House
A pair of black Nike tennis
shoes value at $300.00, one
green Apple brand Ipod value at
$600.00 and a .380 Walter Smith
and Wesson brand pistol with
serial number 5954BAH value
$1,800.00 along with (7) .380
live rounds valued at $6.00 all
for a total of $2,706. One third
or $900 being Hyde's personal
property while the remaining
two thirds or $1,806 in value,
being the gun and the bullets, re-
portedly belong to San Igancio
Town resident Gina Dian
Tillett. Police are investigating.

Claims The Life


Of Sherman Daniel Williams


earlier traffic accident which
claimed the life of an entire
family of five as they were
making their way eastwards
towards Belize City reportedly
enroute to the Phillip Goldson
International Airport.
Sherman was reportedly in the
process of offloading a Ministry
of Works excavator from a
privately rented truck, when it
accidentally slipped off the
truck.
In an effort to distance himself
from the unstable piece of
equipment, Sherman is said to
have jumped off the excavator
which came crashing down on
his head causing instant death.
He was reportedly on the scene
of the earlier traffic accident as
the excavator operator charged
with the task of assisting with the
removal of a truck and trailer
loaded with a reported 700 sacks
of cement that had veered off the
highway and into a swampy
area.
In the earlier accident,
claiming the life of a couple and
three children, police reports that
at around 7:00 a.m. on Saturday,
July 10, in the area of mile 29
on the Western Highway, an
eastbound green Honda Prelude
car crashed head on into a tow
head truck travelling in the
opposite direction. The car was
totally mangled and the scene
was scattered with vehicular
debris and human remains
resulting in the instant death of
Jose Nunez who was reportedly
driving the car accompanied by
his common law wife Irania
Rubio and her three children,
Janelle Neal, 7, Albert Neal, 6
and a 5 month old baby boy,


Jorge Alpuche Jr.
The driver of the cement laden
truck, later identified as Miguel
Chi, 43, accompanied by four
other passengers, reported to
police that he saw when the car
suddenly swerved into his lane.
He reportedly honked the truck's
horn three times in an effort to
get the driver's attention.
Notwithstanding his efforts to
avoid the collision, the car came
crashing head on into the truck.
Irania Rubio and her three
children were laid to rest in Cayo
on Wednesday, July 13.
Sherman is survived by his
wife, Marlene Williams and 11
children. He is also survived by
his mother Ms. Rose as well as
several other relatives and many
friends. He is predeceased by his
father Eric Williams who
worked for many years as a
driver with the Ministry of
Works. Following in his father's
footsteps, Sherman was
employed by the Ministry of
Works eventually rising to the
post of Mechanic. He served for
15 years and retired a few years
ago after which he migrating to
Los Angeles California. He
returned to Belize about 2 years
ago and resumed working as a
mechanic with the Ministry of
Works in Belmopan until his
untimely death last Saturday
evening.
Funeral services for Sherman
Daniel Williams will be held at
1:00 p.m. on Friday, July 16,
2010 at the family home in the
Santa Cruz area of Santa Elena
Town. After the service, the
body will be transported to
Georgeville where he will be laid
to rest. May his soul rest in
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SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Friday, July 16, 2010:
A nationalized Belizean/
Honduran businesswoman is
today on a five thousand dollar
bail as she stands accused of
trafficking in persons.
An 18 year old, Belizean
unemployed of a George Price
Avenue address in Santa Elena
Town visited the police station
on Tuesday, July 13. She
reported that between March 1
and May 10, 2010, she worked
for one Narcisa "Nancy"
Orellana first as a domestic
worker at her house and later as
a barmaid inside Orellana's
Sierra's Friends bar located in
the Bradley's Bank Area of Santa
Elena Town, Cayo.
The complainant informed that Accu
she worked without payment and proceeds to her.
that the situation got worse when Police investigate
she allegedly began providing arrest of Narcis:
services as a prostitute with Orellana, 55, on tv
Orellana collecting from clients trafficking in person
without passing her share of the She appeared in S

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In Rare Public


BBC NEWS, Sunday, July 11,
2010 Last updated at 03:54
GMT
New photographs have
emerged showing Fidel Castro
greeting workers in a rare
public appearance.
The images of a grey-bearded
Castro, 83, smiling and wearing
a white tracksuit, offer a rare
glimpse of the reclusive former
Cuban leader.
Mr Castro appears slightly
stooped but otherwise healthy in
the four pictures, which were
reportedly taken with a worker's
mobile phone.
He had not been photographed
in public since falling ill in July
2006.
The latest images, taken at a
scientific think tank in Havana,
were posted on the blog of two
Cuban journalists on Saturday.
They were taken at the National
Center for Scientific Investiga-
tion in the capital on Wednesday.
A worker at the centre reportedly
sent the pictures to Rosa Baez,
a journalist who works for
official Cuban media, who
posted them on her blog.
A comment from the


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accompanied the images.
"He is thin but he looks good,
and according to our director,
he is very good mentally," it
read.
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hello and blew kisses to the
employees, the worker added.
The pictures were also posted
on the blog of Norelys Morales,
a well-known Cuban television
journalist.
Castro had not been
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being taken ill in July 2006.
He was forced to hand over


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With Garifuna Community


By: Wellington C. Ramos


After extensive planning by the
Garifuna Coalition U.S.A. its
President Jose Francisco Avila
and the Hondurefios Contra El
SIDA President, Mrs. Mirtha
Colon, the Garifuna community
had the opportunity to meet with
New York City Mayor Michael
Bloomberg yesterday July 14,
2010 at Lincoln Hospital
Auditorium in the Bronx.
The Town Hall style meeting
was primarily to discuss issues
of concern to them.
Also at the meeting were the
Mayor's Commissioners for all
the various city departments as
well as the President of the
United Garifuna Association
Mr. Alfonso Cayetano the
oldest Garifuna association in
New York City which recently
reopened its cultural "Wabatou"
meaning "our house" at 202-A
Pennsylvania Avenue in
Brooklyn along with the
Chairman of the Garifuna
Celebration Mass Committee
Mrs. Rosita Alvarez, the
Counsel for the Honduran
Government in New York City
and other distinguished guest.
The auditorium was packed to
capacity with standing space
only.
The Garifuna people are a
mixture of African and Carib
Indian descent that acculturated
with each other on the island of
St. Vincent in the early 1600's.
According to history, there was
a shipwreck with slaves who
were headed to some island in
the Caribbean and the slaves
swam ashore this neighboring
island to save their lives and
escape from captivity. They
secretly hid in the caves from the
Europeans and the native Carib
Indians until they were sighted.
In the beginning war erupted
between these two groups but the


Caribs became impressed with
these Africans fighting skills and
later welcomed them on the
island and the acculturation
process began.
It is hard to tell which African
ethnic group the Garifuna
people derived from but there
are similarities with the Yoruba.
The Carib Indians were in the
habit of conducting slave raids
from the French and British who
occupied other neighboring
islands and brought them to their
island which increased the
acculturation with other African
ethnic groups.
The language that they speak
is a mixture of Carib, African
and French. The French were the
first Europeans to sight Black
people on this island. The French
attempted to take this island
away by trying to convert them
into Christianity but they
resisted and drove the French off
the island.
The British came behind the
French and several wars
occurred between these two
groups until finally on March 11,
1797 they were conquered and
interned on the island of
Baliceaux and subsequently
taken as prisoners of war to
several islands and the rest
dropped off on the island of
Roatan in Honduras on April
12th, 1797.
The Garifuna people hated this
island due the lack of fertility of
the soil to grow their food crops
and they sought permission to
occupy other lands along the
coastline of Honduras.
In Honduras the Spanish
changed their names to Spanish
names and they left in mass
numbers during the revolution-
ary wars in the 1800's to
Nicaragua, Guatemala and
Belize where they reside up to
this day.
Most of the Garifuna people
in the world live in the United
States, followed by Honduras
then Belize.
The word Garifuna is mostly
used to describe an individual
and Garinagu for more than one
person or group. The British had
promised these people that they
were going to take them to a
better place not knowing that
they were being exiled from their
homeland "Yuremei". No


matter where they live, they are
closely related to each other and
maintain ongoing relationship
among themselves with their
culture intact despite their
difficult experiences up to this
day.
The Garifuna people are;
warriors, resilient, autonomous,
independent and spiritual. They
are always committed to their
culture and family and will do
anything to preserve their rich
culture. Along with their Carib
brothers and sisters they fought
many wars against the Spanish,
French and British to avoid
European domination.
The welcome address during
the town meeting was delivered
by Mrs. Mirtha Colon. She
started off by thanking Mayor
Bloomberg for taking the
time out to come with his
Commissioners to listen to the
concerns of her people. She also
encouraged her people to take
the opportunity to address all the
issues that are of major concern
to them in the Garifuna commu-
nity. After her welcome address,
she introduced the President of
the Garifuna Coalition U.S.A.
Mr. Jose Avila the designated
Master of Ceremonies for the
event. Mr Avila then proceeded
to introduce Mayor Bloomberg
who stepped to the podium and
was welcomed with great
applause by the audience.
The Mayor thanked the
associations for inviting him to
the event and he said thank you
in the Spanish and Garifuna
languages. He joked about his
problem learning Spanish and
said that Garifuna would be
much more difficult for him to
learn.
Most Garifuna people speak
two to three languages in
addition to their native tongue
because of their interactions with
people from various cultures in
the countries where they
originally came from in St.
Vincent and Central America.
Mayor Bloomberg went on
by thanking the Garifuna
community for playing a vital an
integral part in the daily growth
of New York City which is
known for its richness in cultural
diversity. He also spoke about
the hard economic times facing
the city. However, he reminded


the audience that New York City
residents are tough and fighting
people and if they could have
rebounded from the attack of
911, they will be able to recover
from this economic crisis we are
currently experiencing. He
outlined some of the programs
that his administration has
embarked on to; create jobs,
reduce crime, lower taxes and
other areas to make life easier for
New York City residents.
After the Mayor's speech the
floor was opened for questions
and the audience took full
advantage of the questioning.
The questions had to do with
issues concerning; education,
housing, immigration, crime,
rent, HIV Aids, employment, a
cultural center for the Garifuna
people through the Mayor 's
office, the declaration of 19th
of November as Garifuna
Settlement Day, business
assistance, telemarketing and
collection harassment from
businesses and promises made to
the Garifuna community by the
Dinkins administration. The
Mayor answered most of the
questions and for those he had
little or know knowledge about,
he directed the questions to the
Commissioners that dealt with
the respective areas. The
Mayor pledged that he will do
something as soon as he returns
to his office to make sure that
his administration puts in motion
all the issues that are of concern
to the Garifuna community here
in New York City.
The last Town Hall
Meeting that was held with the
Garifuna community was in
1991 when Mayor David
Dinkins the first Black Mayor
was in office nineteen years ago
shortly after the Happyland fire
that took many Garinagu
people's lives.
The Garifuna community was
thankful to Mayor Bloomberg
for coming to the meeting
and gave him a Garifuna
drum as a gift. The Mayor
happily played the Garifuna
drum and waved the audience
goodbye.
It is now left to these two
associations who sponsored
this event, to seek out all the
other Garifuna associations in
New York City and work with
them hand in hand as brothers
and sisters to accomplish all
their goals and ensure that the
Mayor's promises are fulfilled.


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BELIZE CITY, Wednesday, July 14, 2010:
The winner of the national logo competition
for the Police's "Du Di Rait Ting" program
hails from the western-most municipality of
Benque Viejo Del Carmen in the Cayo District.
The winning entry was submitted by
Marconi Sosa a second form student from
Benque Viejo Town attending the Western
Nazarene High School located in the nearby
village of San Jose Succotz.
The Western Nazarene High School is a new
institution which, apart from Marconi Sosa,
has also produced several "Du DiRait Ting"
awardees over the past few months.
Instrumental in this most recent achievement
were the school's Principal, Mr. Dwight Tillet
and the Chairman of the School's Board of
Trustees, Rev. Erico Reyes, both of whom
fully supported Sosa's participation as well as
making sure he submitted his entry on time.
For his winning entry, Marconi Sosa
received a "Du Di Rait Ting" medal and a cash
prize of five hundred dollars. The cash prize
was donated by the People's Coalition
Committee of San Ignacio.
Producing winners in this program is
nothing new to the area as last year's national
winner was Jesucita Castellanos from
Mt. Carmel High, Benque Viejo Town. V
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Was He Coming To Repair Or To
Burglarize The Police Station?
ROARING CREEK VILLAGE, Cayo District,
Thursday, July 15, 2010:
He is not known as a contractor or a carpenter, it was
nearing midnight and based on the fact that no requisition
was submitted for repairs to the police station, law
enforcement officials can only conclude that he came with
intention to burglarize the station.
At around 11:30 pm on Wednesday, July 14, an alert
Police Constable #976 Arthur Young heard some noise
coming from the lower flat of the Roaring Creek Police
Station where he is posted.
Armed with the regulation 9 mm pistol, PC Young
ventured downstairs to check the source of the
commotion when he came upon Mark Diaz, a known
resident of the Village, acting suspiciously inside the
station yard.
PC Young ordered Diaz to freeze and when he did not
heed the order, the constable fired a single warning shot
into the air. Ignoring the warning, Diaz reportedly
proceeded to reach for something from the back pocket
of the pants he was wearing.
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Ms. Jane, the 80 year old
neighborhood granny, was
arrested for shoplifting in a
chinese supermarket.
She was taken before San
Ignacio's Magistrate.
After reading the charge the
Magistrate asked "How do you
plea, guilty or not guilty?"
"Guilty with an explanation
your Honor," responded Granny
Jane.
"And just what is your
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restaurant. While having a bite
to eat, they were talking about
their goat business.
Suddenly, a woman at a nearby
table, who is eating a sandwich,
begins to cough.
After a minute or so, it
becomes apparent that she is in
real distress.
One of the hillbillies looks at


the can," asked the Magistrate.
"Six," responded Granny
Jane.
"Then I will sentence you to
one week for each peach. You
are hereby sentenced to serve
six weeks in jail." said the
Magistrate.
Before the Magistrate could
finish the pronouncement,
Granny Jane's husband, Mr. Joe,
jumped up, and asked the
Magistrate if he could say
something.
"What do you have to tell this
court?," asked the Magistrate.
"She forgot to tell you that
she also stole a large can of
peas," responded Grampa
Joe.
First Aid
her and says, 'Kin ya swallar?'
The woman shakes her head
NO.
Then he asks, 'Kin ya
breathe?'
The woman begins to turn
blue and shakes her head NO.
The hillbilly walks over to the
woman, lifts up her dress, yanks
down her undergarment and
quickly gives her right butt cheek


a lick with his tongue.
The woman is so shocked that
she has a violent spasm and the
obstruction flies out of her
mouth.
As she begins to breathe


One day a man saw an old lady,
stranded on the side of the road, but
even in the dim light of day, he could
see she needed help. So he pulled
up in front of her Mercedes and
got out. His Pontiac was still
sputtering when he approached her.
Even with the smile on his face,
she was worried. No one had
stopped to help for the last hour or
so. Was he going to hurt her? He
didn't look safe; he looked poor and
hungry.
He could see that she was
frightened, standing out there in the
cold. He knew how she felt. It was
that chill which only fear can put in
you.
He said, "I'm here to help you,
ma'am. Why don't you wait in
the car where it's warm? By the
way, my name is Bryan
Anderson."
Well, all she had was a flat tire,
but for an old lady, that was bad
enough. Bryan crawled under the
car looking for a place to put the
jack, skinning his knuckles a time
or two. Soon he was able to change
the tire. But he had to get dirty and
his hands hurt.
As he was tightening up the lug
nuts, she rolled down the window
and began to talk to him. She told
him that she was from St. Louis and
was only just passing through. She
couldn't thank him enough for
coming to her aid.
Bryan just smiled as he closed her
trunk. The lady asked how much
she owed him. Any amount would
have been all right with her. She
already imagined all the awful things
that could have happened had he
not stopped. Bryan never thought
twice about being paid. This was
not a job to him. This was helping
someone in need, and God knows
there were plenty, who had given
him a hand in the past. He had lived
his whole life that way, and it never
occurred to him to act any other
way.
He told her that if she really
wanted to pay him back, the next
time she saw someone who needed
help, she could give that person the
assistance they needed, and Bryan
added, "And think of me."
He waited until she started her car
and drove off. It had been a cold
and depressing day, but he felt
good as he headed for home,
disappearing into the twilight.
A few miles down the road the
lady saw a small cafe. She went in
to grab a bite to eat, and take the


again, the Hillbilly walks slowly
back to his table.
His partner says, 'Ya know, I'd
heerd of that there 'Hind Lick
Maneuver' but I ain't niver
sean nobody done it before!'


chill off before she made the last leg
of her trip home. It was a dingy
looking restaurant. Outside were
two old gas pumps. The whole
scene was unfamiliar to her. The
waitress came over and brought a
clean towel to wipe her wet hair.
She had a sweet smile, one that even
being on her feet for the whole day
couldn't erase. The lady noticed that
the waitress was nearly eight
months pregnant, but she never let
the strain and aches change her
attitude. The old lady wondered
how someone who had so little
could be so giving to a stranger.
Then she remembered Bryan.
After the lady finished her meal,
she paid with a hundred dollar bill.
The waitress quickly went to get
change for her hundred dollar bill,
but the old lady had slipped right
out the door. She was gone by the
time the waitress came back. The
waitress wondered where the lady
could be. Then she noticed
something written on the napkin.
There were tears in her eyes when
she read what the lady wrote: 'You
don't owe me anything. I have
been there too. Somebody once
helped me out, the way I'm
helping you. If you really want to
pay me back, here is what you do:
Do not let this chain of love end
with you.'
Under the napkin were four more
$100 bills.
Well, there were tables to clear,
sugar bowls to fill, and people to
serve, but the waitress made it
through another day. That night
when she got home from work and
climbed into bed, she was thinking
about the money and what the lady
had written. How could the lady
have known how much she and her
husband needed it? With the baby
due next month, it was going to be
hard....
She knew how worried her
husband was, and as he lay
sleeping next to her, she gave him a
soft kiss and whispered soft and
low, "Everything's going to be all
right. I love you, Bryan
Anderson."




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SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Friday, July 16, 2010:
A Santa Elena youth, charged
with raping a 16 year girl from
the Kontiki Area of San Ignacio
Town, is being held in police
custody waiting to be brought
before San Ignacio's Magistrate,
Anna Rachel Montejo.
Police reports that shortly
after midday on Monday, July 12
the victim accompanied by her
mother visited the station where
a statement was recorded from
her.
According to the girl, she was
at a night club on Buena Vista
Street in San Ignacio Town, with
a female friend, where she met
a male person, whose name she
does not know, accompanied
by another male person who
identified himself a "Byron"
They were drinking and dancing
until the party ended at around 5
o'clock that Sunday morning.
The girl reportedly accepted the
invitation from the male friend,
whose name she does not know,
to accompany him to a house
where "Byron" was staying.
She said that when they arrived
at the house in the Trench Town


area of San
took a shove
whose nam
during whi
intercourse


The Accused, Baron Thomas Neal, 21

SIgnacio Town, she she reportedly fell as
wer with the friend, bed while the frien
e she does not know, name she does not k
ich she had sexual on a sofa.
with him after which By the time she


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ape woke up at around 11:00 a.m.,
eIl the friend, whose name she does

not know, was gone, and she was
left in the house accompanied
only by the other person who had
previously identified himself as
Bryon.
She said that she asked Byron
to take her home and that he
reportedly refused, telling her
that she would not leave the
house until he had sex with her
and that if she tried to leave, she
would be attacked and torn apart
by some dangerous dogs in the
yard. She reportedly sat in the
sofa while asking Byron to
allow her to leave. She alleges
that he proceeded to have sexual
relations with her against her
will while she was pushing and
kicking him away. He then
dropped her off on Burs Avenue
in the Center of San Ignacio
Town. A medical examination
O confirmed the presence of sexual
activity.
The investigation led to the
arrest of Baron Thomas Neal,
21, Belizean student of a Salazar
sleep on a Street address in Santa Elena
id, whose Town. Reports indicate that Neal
now, slept was house- sitting at the Trench
Town residence while the owner
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March 22 to
April 20
You are all set to use the
observations of last week to your
advantage. You involve yourself
in some adventure sport. You
may be pulled in different
directions when two equally
dear people come to you for
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and arts are likely to do well.
Lucky Numbers: 05, 36, 72.

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Gains from speculation and
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33, 86.
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situation becomes better. You are
flushed with funds at the
moment but you must still be
judicious with its use. There is
improvement in health. Do not
overreact to criticism and
you could make this phase
a memorable one. Lucky
Numbers: 18, 27, 95.

i CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
The coming week could move at
a very hectic pace. You will be
neck deep in professional
commitments. Personal and
professional ties will keep you
preoccupied. Refrain from
making a decision when on an
emotional high or low. Lucky
Numbers: 03, 24, 56.

-. LEO:
July 24 to August 21
The coming week sees you
getting oriented towards self-
improvement. You want to see
tangible and real results of your
efforts in order to make your life
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that now flows freely in your
life. You might have to travel for
work. Lucky Numbers: 10, 14,
84.
+A VIRGO:
L August 22
to September 21
There's an obsessive thought
that pre-occupies your mind and
pushes you to work towards
earning more money. Financial
security prods you towards more
focused and dedicated efforts.
Be careful and avoid a burnout.
You might find a lot of comfort
in hobbies and creative pursuits
.Lucky Numbers: 21, 49, 78.

LIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
There's a lot you have tried to
figure out about yourself. You
are now willing to take on
several aspects of life with a new
outlook. Hobbies could be
explored deeply; you could
reach out to your colleagues and
you could dabble in the stock
markets and games of chance.
Lucky Numbers:28, 48, 65.
g ,
!' SCORPIO:
A October 24 to
SNovember 21
There is a flurry of activity in
your personal and professional
life. You do well though, and
things will be well in your
control. All you need to is to be
calm. Issues regarding property
matters and legal documents
will seek for your attention.
Handle them with care. Lucky
Numbers: 42, 58, 91.

iA SAGITTARIUS:
f November 22 to
December 21
You are advised caution this
week. Some work you have

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but you should not get
overconfident. You will have to
put in sustained hard work to
make this successful in the long
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about your finances. Lucky
Numbers:08, 50, 62.

CAPRICORN:
December 22 to
January 20
There will be lots of time and
attention consumed by money
matters as you try and
reorganise your budget. You
need to be careful while
travelling as some loss of
possessions is indicated. At
work, it will pay to work as a
team player. Lucky Numbers:
32, 47, 69.

AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
February 19
You will be getting a bit restless
at work as you crave for more
autonomy and individual
freedom. You feel that you could
do better with more leeway
about certain decisions. It is
alright to feel so, but don't let it
make you rub people the wrong
way. You need to take care of
your health. Lucky Numbers:
06, 44, 67.

4~ PIECES:
February 20 to
March 21
You will be under pressure to
fulfill certain responsibilities
towards your immediate family.
You could also feel mentally
sapped as you are done with
pleasing people. It does not seem
to yield much result. With a tired
mind and body, you will not
be able to achieve much, so
rejuvenate yourself. Lucky
Numbers: 20, 52 76.

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Arenal FC Campeon De La Copa Cayo Oeste 2010
WiT 114


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BENQUE VIEJO TOWN,
Cayo District, Thursday, July
15, 2010:
Como todo tiene un principio
tiene un final, y la gran final
llego este sibado 10 de julio
pasado en el Marshaleck
Stadium de Benque Viejo del
Carmen, despu6s de haber
arrancado 27 equipos en este
torneo de 13 afios de historic,
llegaron los 4 grandes a la gran
final y todo estaba dispuesto para
disfrutar la pasi6n futbolera.
Alas 5 y 30 pm, las escuadras
de Real Benquefio y Benque Fire
se midieron por el tercer lugar,
al final Real Benquefio se
adjudico el trofeo por el Tercer
puesto, por el marcador de 2
goles a cero, goles anotados por
Abdiel Urizar y Jairo Rosas.
A las 8pm, ante un estadio
repleto de fans deseosos de ver
al nuevo campe6n 2010,
aparecieron los 2 finalists:
Arenal F.C. que aparecia como
unico invicto del torneo y
Reggae Boyz Veteranos, que a
base de experiencia se col6 como
el otro invitado, en fin el
banquet estaba servido, los
veterans con sus mejores cartas
saltaron todo de color rojo,
mientras que Arenal FC todo en
color azul. En los primeros
minutes, Arenal meti6 la
velocidad y el peligro, pero la
cabafia estaba bien protegida con
Willy Luna, que no dejo pasar
nada durante el torneo regular,
pero en una escapada relkmpago,
mauro romero sirvi6 a Allan
Najarro, que solt6 un Fogonazo
que Willy Luna detuvo pero el
rebote, fue aprovechado por
Miguel Angel Aguilar que


anoto el primero, y es que
veterans no tenia ofensiva que
inquietara a la mejor defense del
torneo, al menos en los primeros
30 minutes dejuego, al 35' hubo
una jugada dentro del area que
aprovecho Allan Najarro,
disparo un potente disparo que
detuvo el guardameta de nuevo,
pero al intentar despejar le
reboto a su defense que la anido
en las redes en un autogol, que
mataba las esperanzas de los
Veteranos, cuando se esperaba
ese marcador para el descanso,
un tiro de esquina fue
aprovechado por el guatemalteco
Antonio Dorantes, que meti6
un cabezazo impresionante,
alimentando las esperanzas de
los veterans, el descanso hizo
que hicieran movimientos ambas
escuadras, Amilcar Marroquin
acomodo la media para Arenal
FC y Luis "Yogi" Aldana
reforz6 su delantera, desde el
arranque ambos atacaron sin
piedad, pero Mynor Najarro
comprob6 porque era el portero
menos vencido, hasta que al
minute 64 Allan Najarro
aprovecho una descolgada
rapidisima y anoto el definitive
de 3 goles a 1 para una Arenal
que ya acariciaba la Copa Cayo
Oeste 2010 y que se trajo media
aldea para apoyarlos, la
algarabia fue inmensa porque se
veia a un Arenal con ganas de
ser Campe6n, Errol Coleman
estuvo a punto de aguarles la
fiesta, cuando solt6 potente
disparo, pero Najarro estaba
seguro bajo los tres postes del
Arenal, con el tercer gol Arenal
FC, control los minutes que
quedaban del partido, y asi se


corono como el nuevo Campe6n
de la Copa Cayo Oeste 2010, al
final se entregaron todos los
trofeos, que como cada afio
otorga el ministry Hon. Erwin
Contreras, al finalizar su
campeonato, la Copa que se
adjudico Arenal FC mide 2 pies
de altura, pesa 40 libras de peso
y es la copia de la copa del
mundo Sudafrica 2010.


El trofeo para el Campe6n del
Marat6n fue para Arenal FC
Tambien, el segundo lugar fue
para Jaguars FC y el tercer sitio
para Pumas FC, ademis se
entregaron los siguientes trofeos:
Mejor Portero .- Mynor
Najarro (Arenal FC)
Mejor Defensa .- Dionisio
Cunil (Arenal FC)
Mejor Volante .- Guillermo
Castellanos (Veteranos)
Mejor Delantero .- Allan
Najarro (Arenal FC)
Novato del Afo .- Byron
Manzanero (Real Benqueno)
Jugador Mas Disciplinado .-
Gerardo Vanegas (BenqueFire)
El T6cnico del Aio .- Rafael
Dominguez (Benque Fire)
M. V. P. .- Willy Luna
(Veteranos FC)
Campe6n Goleador.- David
Cruz (Real Benqueno) con 21
goles.
Al final el Ministro Hon.
Erwin Conteras felicito a todos
los contendientes, y les exhort6
a continuar en el deported lejos
de las drogas o el alcohol,
pr6ximamente anuncio iniciara
el Torneo Infantil denominado
"Mundialito de Futbol 2010",
report para STAR Newspaper,
Alex Rios.


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Two Americans And A Belizean Charged For Drugs,
Unlicensed Firearm And Ammunition Possession


Ronald Castagnera, 56
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Monday, July 12,
2010:
San Ignacio police reports the
arrest of three persons on fire-
arm, ammunition, and drug
charges. Shortly after 4:00 p.m.


i,


Alfred Cuaranto, 56
on Friday, July 9, 2010 a team
of policemen from the San
Ignacio police detachment, on
anti-drug operations, conducted
a reach at the residence
of Ronald Castagnera, 56,
American, businessman, in the


Ruben Antonio Garcia, 20


Macaw Bank Area of the Cayo
District where inside a room
police came upon a transparent
ziplock bag containing suspected
marijuana. A further search of
the house lead to the discovery,
of a black and chrome


Bing Supermarket Robbed AGAIN!
SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo and medium build entered the minor who was questioned and
District, Tuesday, July 13, supermarket and pointed a later released as investigation
2010: sawed off shotgun at Zhu continues.


San Ignacio police are looking
for one male suspect in
connection with the robbery at
Bing's Supermarket located on
Bishop Martin Street in Santa
Elena town.
Owner of the supermarket,
Qing Jie Zhu, 52, Chinese,
businessman, reported that
around 5:10 p.m. an unmasked
male person of dark complexion

Tracy Donis Noli
OLD BELIZE, Belize City,
Wednesday, July 14, 2010:
The San Ignacio Police
Detachment through its
Community Policing Unit and
the Cadet Corp proudly
announces Ms. Tracy Donis as
this year's winner of the
National "Du Di Rait Ting"
police program.
Tracy is a recent graduate of
Eden Seventh Day Adventist
High School in Santa Elena.
As this year's grand winner
Tracy received a Netbook
Computer, a one thousand
dollar cash prize, a scholarship
to further her education at
Sacred Heart Junior College and
one year free internet services
sponsored by Belize Telemedia
Limited.
Tracy's achievement is even
more remarkable given that she
is confined to a wheel chair
the victim of violence when, a
few years ago, she received
several stab wounds at the hands
of someone who was supposed


and ordered him to hand over
the money from the cash
register.
Fearing for his life, Zhu
reportedly took out the over $400
in cash from the register, handed


With this latest incident no
less than the fourth of its kind,
Bing's Supermarket has become
a frequent target for robberies.
Anyone with information that
could assist the police in


it over to the gunman who solving this latest incident is
escaped with the cash in his asked to contact San Ignacio's
possession. Crime Investigation Branch
The investigation led to the or Crime Stoppers at 922-
detention of a 16 year old male TIPS.

onol "Du Di Raill Ting" Winner 2010
-Ti ^M: l


Minister of Police and Public Safety, Hon. Douglas Singh
personally congratulating Tracy Donis
to be her boyfriend. Despite recognize this year's top
the physical challenge, Tracy performers began at 10:00 a.m.,
continues to excel in all aspects at Old Belize located at mile 5
of her life. on the Western Highway, Belize
The impressive ceremony to City.


Harrington and Richardson
brand 12 gauge shotgun
bearing serial number 294855
along with 14 Eley brand 12
gauge cartridges.
When asked to produce a
license, Castagnera produced
one valid for the period May 21,
2004 to September 21, 2004. He
was therefore unable to produce
a current license.
Also inside the house at
the time of the discovery along
with Castagnera were Alfred
Cuaranto, 56, American,
businessman and Ruben
Antonio Garcia, 20, Belizean,
laborer. All three persons were
arrested and jointly charged for
keeping an unlicensed firearm,
keeping ammunition without a
gun license and possession of
controlled drugs.
They appeared in San
Ignacio's Magistrate Court on
Monday, July 12 where they
pleaded not guilty to all charges
and were subsequently
remanded to prison. They are
scheduled to reappear in court
on Tuesday, August 10, 2010.

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Present for the occasion were
the new Minister of Police and
Public Safety, Hon. Douglas
Singh as well as Commissioner
of Police, Crispin Jefferies; the
Officer currently commanding
the Cayo (Police) District,
Assistant Commissioner of
Police Mr. Paul Wade
and the Officer Commanding
Community Policing Assistant
Superintendent of Police Bart
Jones as well as all forty
students nominated country
wide.
In related news, Corporal
Carcamo, National Police Youth
Cadet Coordinator, visited the
San Ignacio Cadets on Thursday,
July 15 for the introduction of
foot drills aimed at propelling
cadets into basic standards. A
total of 32 Cadets attended the
session with Corporal Carcamo.


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Five Days Of Mestizo Dance Classes

At The House Of Culture In Benque
BENQUE VIEJO TOWN, These classes are open to (National Institute of Culture &
Cayo District Thursday, July any interested persons with a History) and the Benque House
14, 2010: willingness to learn and have of Culture, have worked to bring
The Benque House of Culture fun. these classes to Benque and
will be hosting traditional The Belize Association of the provide the community with
Mestizo dance classes starting Development of Arts (BADA), this unique and exciting oppor-
on Monday, the 26th of July, in collaboration with the tunity.
until Friday, the 30th of July. Institute of Creative Arts, NICH Teaching the dance classes
SUICIDE SUSPECTED IN THE DEATH willbe Mr.ose Israel Vsquez
Archi, who is graciously
OF YOUNG MARTIN CARTER AIRD traveling from the House of
Culture of Bacalar, Mexico to
years as a part-time waiter since share his skills.
12 days earlier, on July 2, he began pursuing anAssociates We encourage you to attend
celebrated his 23rd birthday. Degree at Sacred Heart these classes and expand your
On the right side of the body Junior College from which he skills and knowledge of the
police found a small black point graduated on June 5, 2010. traditional Mestizo dances!
25 Berretta brand pistol with Notwithstanding, he continued Register today for these classes
serial number BES31007V. The working at Hode's Place during by calling the Benque House of
pistol was found with a the holidays as he was Culture at 823-2697 mailing
magazine containing five live preparing to enroll in a program at benquehoc@vahoo.com or
rounds of ammunition. A further to further his education, stopping by our offices on # 64
search led to the discovery of Reports reaching us indicate St Joseph street in Benque Viejo
one expended shell and an open that later that night he left home del Carmen.


cellular telephone, at his feet,
with a reported last call to his
girlfriend.
The body, clad in a pair of blue
jeans short pants, long sleeve
black shirt with white stripes and
a pair of black slippers, was later
transported to the San Ignacio
Community Hospital where
upon arrival at 7:30 a.m. it was
officially pronounced dead by
Dr. Fidel Cuellar the medical
officer on duty at the time.
The legally required post
mortem examination was
conducted by Dr. Armando
Bentancourt between 2:20 and
2:55 p.m. on Wednesday,
July 14, at the San Ignacio
Community Hospital. Dr.
Betancourt certified the "cause
of death to be intra-craneal and
intra-celebral as a consequence
of gunshot wound to the right
side of the head." The single
bullet is said to have entered
through the right temple and
exited on the other side
producing almost instant death.
Investigators are still attempting
to determine where he might
have gotten the gun as the
family is said not to be holders
of any type of licensed firearm.
Preliminary investigation
revealed that the mother
reportedly last saw her son
alive at around 10:30 p.m. the
previous night when he came
home from his shift at Hode's
place in San Ignacio where he
had been working for over three


in the family vehicle and the
time of his return could not be
ascertained. However, police
informed that a member of the
family is said to have heard the
sound of a single gunshot
during the early morning hours
and that it might have been
dismissed as probably someone
hunting in the area. It was
not until at around 5:30 a.m.
when the mother woke up and
reportedly saw the front door of
the house opened. It was
whilst investigating this unusual
occurrence that she reportedly
looked straight ahead and saw
the body on the ground under the
trees.
The mother's worst nightmare
was realized when she noted that
it was the motionless body of her
son, bleeding from an injury to
the head. She immediately
rushed back into the house where
she alerted her husband and
other relatives of the discovery.
It is reported, that Martin had
been going through a stormy
relationship with a girlfriend of
over five years and that there
were instances when the
relationship would plunge him
into a state of depression.
Realizing this condition, his
parents are said to have sought
professional assistance in the
form of enlisting the services
of Belize's only psychiatric
medical professional, Dr.
Claudina Cayetano.
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include his parents Eve Cynthia
and Christopher "Chris" Aird
as well as one brother, Blaze
Bradley Aird and one sister,
Raine Elizabeth Aird.
While the family is making
arrangements to lay Martin to
rest, the outpouring of support
during these difficult times, is
said to be tremendous as the
constant flow of relatives and
friends to the family home
continues.
The management and his


colleagues at Hode's Place
describe Martin as a dedicated
and always ambitious person
who always took much pride in
his job. For our part, we will
always remember him as a
respectful and mannerly person
who was extremely efficient in
what he did.
We express sincere condolences
to Dr. Aird, Chief Chris Aird and
the family at the tragic passing
of their child. We pray for the
eternal resting of his soul.


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