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Publication Date: August 8, 2010
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an area on the road leading to the
Valley of Peace Community near
the WestStar Service Station on
the Western Highway at the
western entrance to Roaring
Creek Village where they came
upon the suspect identified as,
Owen Alexander Parham, 33,
Belizeanlaborer of a Georgeville
Village address, walking towards
the Western Highway.
When questioned, police found
out thathe was walking away from


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Kwok described as being short
and fat, wearing a black and white
striped shirt and long blue jeans
pantsandwithlongdreadsunder
ared and green dread cap, which
police believe to have been a fake
apparel used as a disguise, pulled
out a black and rusty handgun
from the waistband of the pants
he was wearing. He reportedly
pointed the gun at the cashier and
demanded cash and telephone
cards.
The other assailant, described as
being tall and slim with short hair,
was wearing a white shirt with a
long blue jeans pants.


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Friday,
August 6, 2010:
A joint San Ignacio, Belmopan
and Benque Viejo police
operation on Thursday, August
5, resulted in the capture of a
man believed to be responsible
for the Sunday, August 1, burglary
at the Vega mansion in Benque
Viejo Town.
In pursuit of various leads
throughout the day, at around
5:00 pm on Thursday, August 5,
the joint team descended upon


SANIGNACIOTOWNFriday,
August 6, 2010:
The police search continues for
two male persons of dark
complexion responsible for
robbing Welcome Super Store
shortly after 8:00 pm on Monday,
August 2, 2010.
The manager, Han Tat Kwok,
30, Chinese businessman
reported that he was inside the
store along with two employees,
one of whom was working as the
cashier, when at around 8:10 pm,
two unmasked male persons of
dark complexion stormed into the
store.
One of the assailants whom


TheAccused Burglar, Owen Alexander Parham, 33


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MANSION IN BENQUE
August 1, 2010, whilst doing
watchman duties at Vega's
mansion, he was attacked by
three male persons of dark
complexion.
In the report to the police,
Santos informed that he was
thrown to the floor of the
verandah. His hands, feet and
mouth were bound. Santos
reported that one of the assailant
-
dressed ma red shirt and armed
with a hand gun remained with
him whilst the other two went to
the back of the house and opened
the front door. Santos was
reportedly dragged into the
kitchenarea.
Whilst mside the house, Santos
informed that the other two
assailants went upstairs whilst he
was held at gun point. At around
1:30 am all three assailants left
the house. He was left bound
until he eventually managed to
free himself after which he
called the police.
In a report to the police, Eddy
Vega informed that the sum of
US$3,300 and BZ$46,510 was





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"The Newspaper that cares and
dares to bring out the truth"
42AWestern Highway,
Santa Elena, Cayo'
Belize, Central America
Tel: 626-8822
or
626- 3788
Publisher: Alberto August
Editor: Nyani Azueta-August
Circulation: Errol Gonzalez
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the red Geo Prizm car he was
driving as it was experiencing
mechanical problems andhe was
on the way to get assistance to
fix the problem
9 -
Parham was immediately
detained and, in the process of
the investigation, he told the
olice that he was sta in at
the Kiss Hotel in Belmo an
Police visited the hotel located
on Barton Creek Street in the
Re servoir Extension Area,
Belmo an where it was
confirmed that he was indeed a
guest. A search of the room he
occupied revealed nothing
incrimination 8-
The car, with license plates
CY-C-29620, was towed into the
compound of the Police Training
Academy in Belmo an where it
was thoroughly searched. The
search resulted in the discovery
of cash and assorted pieces of
jewelry stashed in a compartment
located between the two front
seats. The car, the cash and the
jewelry were transported to
Benque Viejo Police station
where the investigation will
continue.
The arrest of Owen Alexander
Parham resulted from a reported
burglary in Benque Viejo Town
when acting upon information
received, Benque Viejo police
visited the mansion of Eduardo
"Eddy" Vega, 57, Belizean
Businessman residing at the
corner of Church and Victoria
Streets, Benque Viejo Town
where the Belizean watchman
Heriberto Santos, 44 of a
Border Road address in Benque
Viejo Town reported that at
around 12:45 am on Sunday,


driveway, but that is just a small
problem compared to the health
risk this huge stagnant pool of
water poses to residents in the
community.
Not only is it a large breeding
ground for mosquitoes, but it is
also a run-off from a cow pasture.
I see children and dogs playing in
it and I am afraid the children will
get sick from the dirty water
which surely is loaded with
bacteria surely salmonella
maybe even the ones that cause
typhoid.
Just last week Ministry of
Works added more dirt to the
road to make it higher, which now
makes it impossible for the
water to run off over the road
whichitused to do after it reached
a certain height, so the lake just


gets larger and deeper..
People are getting sick from
Dengue in this area already, so
when is the government finally
going to do something about it?
And about all the other broken
culverts in this village as well.
There are many houses in Santa
Familiar where the water runs
right into the homes because the
front yards flood and the water
stands there for long periods of
time.
It is again time for action, not
for more talk. When you have the
first typhoid cases and a huge
dengue outbreak, it will be too
late!
Whistling Ducks Farm,
Fowlers Work Area, and
residents of San Jorge/Santa
Familiar


Dear Editor,
Thank you for giving us that
detailed background information
on the new sheriff in town.
I take this opportunity to
also welcome Sr. Supt. Chester
Williams to Cayo and to wish
him all the very best.
The crime situation during his
tenure in the community will no
doubt be the prime indicator of
his effectiveness.
There are however other
important areas ofpolicing which
will likewise determine the kind
of Commanding Officer he tums
out to be.
Primary among such indicators
is the level of discipline
displayed by those under his
command being incidents of
police brutality and the
mannerinwhichthoseunderhis
command conduct themselves
when in public of which the
consumption of alcoholic
beverages whilst in uniform and
the regular practice of policemen
and women walking the streets
whennotproperlyattiredreadily
comes to mind.
In terms of not being properly
attired l am particularly referring
to those policemen and women
walking in public without their
head dress.
Like I always say, "Show me a
policeman walking in public
without his or her cap and I
-
will show you an indiscipline
character parading as a law
,,
enforcement officer .
There are some policemen who
erroneously believe that they
look cute walking in public
without their cap but for those of


us with uniformed group training,
these improperly attired
characters are nothing more
than a positive manifestation of
indiscipline. Unfortunately there
are many of these characters in
our community.
Take a poll and you will find out
that these are the ones who will
quickly take a bribe. They are the
ones who will drink in uniforin
report to work drunk, drink on the
job, routinely absent themselves
from duty, engage in brutality
among other in disciplined
behavior.
They have no respect for
themselves, for their superiors,
for the uniform they wear or for
the institution they represent.
There is a policeman at the San
Ignacio Station from whom it
would be worthwhile for his
colleagues to take example. This
policeman, I am told, is the one
in charge of the prisoners. He
is always neatly dressed and
obviously takes much pride in
the uniform and the institution
he represents. Unlike the vast
majority of policemen m San
Ignacio, including ranking
-
officers, I am yet to see this
policeman walking the streets
without his cap.
I have heard quite a lot about
Mr. Williams. He now has a great
opportunity to prove his worth.
Heappearstobewellintentioned
and so I wish him well.
The conduct of those under his
command will be the gauge by
which his performance and
effectiveness is measured.
G Flores,
Santa Elena, Cayo.


Dear Editor,
We hear a lot about the danger
of Dengue, Malaria and other
diseases during this very rainy
rainy season and people are
advised to be careful not to
have breeding grounds for
mosquitoes in their backwards,
etc.
So I wonder why a really
important issue has not been
addressed for over 4 years now.
Wehaveaculvertunderourdirt
road in front of the house in San
Jorge/Santa Familia which has
been broken for several years,
most probably due to the heavy
trucks crossing when the bridge
and ferry to Spanish Lookout are
under water/cannot be operated.
We talked to the village


chairman(s), the area representa-
tive and the public works
department in Santa Elena and
Belmopan, they have all seen
the situation, seemed concerned
made promises ... and were never
heard from again.
Phone calls yield replies like:
"we don't have any machines
right now". "We don't have the
money"andsoon.
We have been trying since 2006
to have it fixed and nothing
ever happens, just talk. We even
offered to help and do some of
the work ourselves, but still ...
nothing.
In the meantime, during heavy
rains we have a lake on the
roadside, which backs up into our
frontyardandnowalsofloodsthe


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San Ignacio, Cayo
Tel:824-2730
Mexican &
Belizean Menu
HAPPY HOUR
Monday thru
Friday
5to7PM
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Monday: Draft Beer
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Tuesday: Local Rum
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Wednesday: Margaritas
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Thursday: Pifia Colada
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Friday: Micheladas

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also featuring a family
platter


owasalsopresent
loading of the
he KHMH along
ael Pitts, Director
ices, Government
).
is on a one week
team in Belize to
installation of the


follow-up visit to Belize in early


* *
Dialysis Proy ect
CITY OF BELMOPAN, Cayo
District, August 5, 2010:
A shipment of dialysis
machines along with other
equipment and supplies were
delivered this week at the Karl
Heusner Memorial Hospital
(KHMH) in Belize City
Dr. Gary Longsworth, Chief
Executive Officer ofthe KHMH
along with other members from
the Haemodialysis project task ..
force were on hand to receive the ,
shipment. .
The forty-foot container
loaded with the shipment valued
at approximately BZ$1.5 million
is to be distributed between the
KHMH in Belize City and La
Loma Luz Adventist Hospital Partners in
(LLLAH) in Santa Elena Town (KHMH); D
Cayo being the two participating
(GoB)
medical institution in the project.
The equipment including
reverse osmosis machines, (WORTH)wh
mixing tanks, carbon tanks and for the off-
dialysis recliners among others. shipment at t
The task force also welcomed with Dr. Mich
Mr. Richard Parson, founding of Health Serv
member of the Board of of Belize (GoB
Directors and the Director of Mr. Parson
the Biomedical Unit at the World visit with the
Organization of Renal Therapies assist with the


the relief effort (L-R) Dr. Gary Longsworth


dialysis machines and also to
providepracticaltrainingontheir
use and maintenance.
The training will be provided to
the four biomedical technicians
who will be working within the
dialysis units at both hospitals.
Mr. Parson anticipates a
successful initial training with a


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Pubic I.tilities Commissioni (PTI.C)


is happy to announce that Mrs. Amada Balarn has been chosen as the
winnerofthe2010SeptemberCelebrallonsThemecompetition.
Ms. Balam and her family from August Pine Ridge in Orange Walk
submitted the winning entry which now reads:

United and Proud. Moving Forward.
I am Belize!
Mrs. Balam will be honoured and will receive her prize of 51000 at the
Opening of the September Celebrations on August 29.2010 at St. George's
Caye-


The Public liti ities Commission (PEC) in its
ComlTlillnellL be ensure public safety hereby advises the
General Public that according to the Electricity (1 icensing
of Winnien) Regulations:

(1) No person shall perform any electrical work
whatsoever unless that person is a holder of a valid
wireman licence issued by the PLIC



licensed wireman to do any electrical work on their
behalf or on their premises.


(3) /\ny violation of die preceding is a pumshable
offence and may result in a fine of up to two
-(10USW110 00 8.TS 8fld!0f llT1|)TISODIT10111 Of U.}} 10 SIX
000fbS,

The PUC reminds all licensed wiremen that they are
authorized (0 engage in electrical work only in the category
for which they arc licensed.

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Store; Rolson's Cosina and
Cantina.

INDIVIDUALS
Ms. Dolly Witz; Martha Pop;
PC Jermaine Neal; Tricia
Bell; Ismael Thomspon;
Melanie Montero; William
Swan; PC Ciriaco Medina;
Henry Lemus; Kent Pandy;
Alberto August; Mayor John
August; Fernando Perez; Ana
Carillo Reyes; Ester Oliver;
Carolina Gomez and Mauricia
Gentle.

OTHERENTITIES
San Ignacio Police, Peace
Corps, National Drug Abuse
and Control Council, Education
Department; Youth for the
Future, Human Development,
Belize Family Life Association,
SanIgnacio Sports Council,
National Youth Cadet Service,
and Cornerstone Foundation.
The organizers of the event take
this opportunity to extend
heartfelt gratitude to the
participants and their parents/
guardians as well as the business
community, private individuals
and other entities for making
this year's summer camp the
huge success it was.


By: OrlandoPulido,
SantaElena, Cayo
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District. Friday, July 30,
2010:
Atwo week Summer Camp, for
young persons ranging from ages
8 to 17, ended on Friday, July
30that the Cultural Centre in San
Ignacio Town, Cayo.
The two weeks camp which
began on Monday, July 19,
included lectures and sports
activities at the adjacent Norman
Broaster Stadium and Falcon
Field both in San Ignacio.
A number of experts from
various organizations were at the
ready to assist the youths during
the camp.
This camp is ...to educate at
least 100 youths to have a
healthy h'festyle in the future,"
says Ciriaco Medina, the
Community Policing Officer for
San Ignacio, Cayo.
In closing ceremonies last
Friday, Sr. Superintendent of
Police Chester Williams, the
new Commanding Officer of San
Ignacio Police, stated that he
was proud to see the business
sector and community coming
together to make a successful
youth event. "...the youths are


(L-R) Officer Commanding Cayo (Police) District,
Sr. Supt. Chester Williams; Deputy OC Cayo (Police)
District, Insp. Claudio Mai; Town Councillor Bernadette
Fernandez; Community Policing Officer, PC Ciriaco Medina
and Mauricia Gentle


The crowd gave a loud cheer
for Akine Thomas, who
performed voluntary tasks,
without being told to do so.
The two week camp was a
success thanks to many entities
and persons, shown as follows:

BUSINESSES
San Ignacio Resort Hotel;
Hodes Place; El Cayo Hotel
Restaurant and Bar; Windy
Hill Resort; Aguada Hotel;


our future...protect our
children from being recruited
by those who want to facilitate
crime, said Mr. Williams
The youths were awarded
certificates for their accom-
plishments as follows:
a) Crystal Wu was awarded
for being the most cheerful.
b) Bernadette Briceno, for
bestparticipantand
c) Akine Thomas for being the
most helpful.


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Youth Summer Camp End In Cayo


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TheMinistryofHealthalongwiththe
NationalDrug Abuse Control Council
welcomed the return of a small contingent
ofyoung Belizeanswho participated in a one
weekworkshopinAntiguaandBarbudaon


Edutainment. Edutainment, in its simplest
form, is a communication strategy with a
purposeful design of media that includes
any form of entertainment that is
educational. Mr. Tyronne Chimilio, Belize
District Coordinator for NDACC headed the
sevenmemberdelegation.Theyweretrained
in developing campaigns through
skits, drama, dancing techniques and music
composition.
Director for the National Drug Abuse
Control Council, Mr. Esner Vellos
embraced the new educational tools. He
explained that the council will channel these
methods and showcase the short story
documentary that was produced to primary
schools later in the year.
The National Drug Abuse Control
Council has offices in every district except
for Stann Creek.

Establishment of

adM&nal dialysis
.
SETVICES OH taffet

As a consequence of the signing of a
Memorandum of Understanding on May 3',
2010 for the establishment of affordable
haemodialysis services at Karl Heusner
Memorial Hospital and at La Loma Luz
AdventistHospitalaseriesofactivitieshave
been taking place that will eventually lead up
to the official opening of both units in
September.
The Project's task force welcomed the
visit of Dr. Wayne Trebbin, President of
.
WORTH and Nurse Carolyn Mc Teague, Vice
.
President of WORTH for a second time
.
to Belize last week for the purpose of
.
conducting training for nurses in dialysis
.
treatment. Dr. Trebbin commented to the task
.
force that he was very impressed with the
.
enthusiasm of the nurses in their anticipation
.
for the start of affordable dialysis service for
.
the larger population of Behze. Sixteen
. .
nurses and four bio-technicians received
training.
. .
The construction sites of both units are
.
at a seventy-five percent satisfactory
.
completion and the task force also saw the
arrival of the haemodialysis machines and
suppliesearlierthisweek.
,
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On DeH

The Ministry ofHealth is addressing the
increased number of cases of dengue seen
-
this year through media awareness ad
.
campaigns, the issuance of press releases
and appearances of officials on media
outlets.
As ofweek 29, ending July 23'^, 2010,
the Ministry of Health has received 410
reports of clinical cases of Classical
Dengue Fever, 176 of which have been


laboratory confirmed at the Central
Medical Laboratory and 50 diagnosed as
Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever. The majority
of these cases have been identified in the
CayoandBelizedistricts.
Dengue, also known as "Breakbone
Fever", is an infectious disease that is
transmittedbythebiteofAedesaeyptiand
Aedes albopictus mosquitos. If a person
who was infected with Dengue in the past
is infected a second time, the potential is
increased for Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever
or Dengue Shock Syndrome to develop,
which is a more severe, life-threatening
form of the disease.
The Ministry of Health encourages
anyone who displays any of two or more
combination of high fever; headache, pain
behind the eyes, joint and muscle pain, and
rash to go to the nearest health center or
has ital


Mental Health
Disaster Workshop


The Honourable Minister of Health,
Pablo Marin assumed the Presidency Pro
Tempore of the Council of Ministers of
Health of Central America(COMISCA) on
July 9*, 2010 at an official handing over
ceremony held at the headquarters of the
Central American Integration System

(SSICbt) Secretariat in San Salvador, El
.
During his acceptance speech,
Minister Marin commented that Belize will
ensure continuity for this strong and
dynamic organization and it will also focus
during its term as President. Belize will
now coordinate forums and meetings
with relevant political and technical
authorities of the Central American
isthmus geared towards the achievements
of goals and objectives of regional
strategic plans.

HDACC assists youths to
rinunin drills in
uUUUlUS DRillo 111

edutainment


The Ministry of Health in
collaboration with the Pan American
Health Organization hosted a two day
workshop on July 19th and 20* on mental
health in emergencies as part of the
implementation activities of the National
.
Mental Health Disaster Preparedness and
Response Plan. The workshop reviewed and
.
formulated recommendations regarding
.
the role of specialized Mental Health
services and interventions at different
levels of care in Mental Health in time of
emergencies and disasters.
.
It also attempted to mitigate the
.
psychological and social effects of a
.
disaster in Belize. Strategies included
developing awareness training for
responders about disaster preparedness
and response, developing risk profiles for
subgroups of the larger population and
facilitating community self care and
social support. An official ceremony
opened the workshop on the first day where
the Disaster Plan document was
launched.


Ministry of Health
Belmopan
822-2363 / 2325


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BELIZE TOURISM BOARD


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Selected Investors Tour the Country for Potential investment Opporlunities

The Ivanesty of TOUrl5m, 656LTRAIDE. and the Selize
Tourism Board hosted selected investorss on a five-day
familiarization tour of laurism irivestmerr opportunsues
vethin Belize. The investors included fue.I hozoac-F.
president of Parkland Belse, LLC a Florida Real Estate
agency AliNo Azevedo. Development Director of Four
Seasons Hotels and Resorts arid Javier Sarichaz,
Development Director of Panorama internallonal Inc. The
groupertisedonstanday Jul/19,2010anddepartedBelize
anFacay Julus ioil.)
The tour began with a scenic bout tour at the Southem
Coastline of Belize from Placencia to Hopkins. The
InveSIOIS DOSSOd the P.--Ingrl range and fiade thelf Way
throughChannelCeyeRendeavousarxlthe8thCases A
second tour of Ihe Northern Coastline took the visitors to
San Pedro, Cays Caulker, and Caye Chapel. The tip 7
concluded with are aerial tour of the North Coast arid
Blancaneaua. where they landed am toured the
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Presentations to the group of irwestors were canied arough by the following. 6ELTRAIDE. the
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TENDER INVITATION

FOR THE PRO VISION OF
EXTERN4LAUDITSER VICES

TO BELIZE WA TER SER VICES


. .
Belize Water Services Ltd (BWS) Invites qualified
audit firms to tender for the supply of external
audit services for the three financial years from

April 1, 2010 through to March 31, 2013.


The detailed tender document can be picked up at
B WS Main Office #7 Central American
BOUleVard, Belize City during normal working hours,
Monday to Friday; or this can be forwarded elec-
tronically upon request*


The closing date/time for receipt of tenders iS

August 11, 2010 at 4:00pm.


NB: BWS reserves the right to accept any tender
or reject all tenders.


Belize Water Service Ltd
P O. Box 150, CentralAmericanBoulevard, Belize City, Belize
Telephone:222-4757ext233 Fax:222-4263
. .
Email: ennifer.schnarr@bwsl.com.bz
Website: www.bws.bZ


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Under 111e Sustainable Tourism Program,
over Bz $6 million of IDS funding, will be
invaded in a boardwalk stretdhing 2000
linear feet along the water-front and
transforming the back lagoon area of San
Pedro Town. The development will
Incorporate a multipurpose pler housing
international and domestic water taxi
terminals and small scale shopping. A
destination for tourists and locals, the
boardwalk all be designed to promote an
atmosphere of leisure and relaxation;
IThaintainfla the identit'. f-f$anPedfOTOWfl.
whdPrevillivingtriaRI.rrelandingpray,


$IPlv qr aulnitIIIlrmet~818lu Illiasm In lawb rm itrn,


Local architectural firm Intemational Environments Ltd. based in Belse Cry nas awarded the
cantraci for the feasibility, planning uni destgmal the Surisel Pier and Boardwalk based on IIre
strengrr 3# their lethnical and price proposals. Tetlay Principal Daniel Arguellas sagned ef' ori
the $82482 500.;Igreement ann the Ministry of Tourism and the Belize Tourism Board. IE was
One of 12 firms from the local and international arena who expressed are interest in this
challenging under-taking. Theltexperienced, professionals have stated a strong ce.m.anin1eni
to developing a driver of future economic growth for San
Pedro Town. Greeting further commercial and touriarn
opportunities and encouraging local ownership of 111*
development.
IE's team will carry out detailed marine and geotechnstal
rI.ressagatannR. Social environmental studies and economic
analysis, contributing to the knal bluepnnts. A manual wlII
also be developed to guide sustainable operations this
ensuring an efficient and successful public an.enity for Lt.e '
future. The planning ptisse WIII span 5 rnoriths, setting the
slageforoonsituctionto began early flextyear
For users indwillinders about the progress piqulge contact the MI $Rid ijiEill., I Lt EgB Ellirgr|
Protect COOrawinging Unt at Equal stolilloughlatellelevissilar a 9 or
usint.e STP ename w.aness.ss.wansacosmansh- ces


Belize Water Services Limited invites applicants .74>
to fill the following vacancy at our Belize City Office.

Position Business Support Specialist
Business Support Specialist Duties and Requirements


DUTIES
-Provides software support to internal
users and interfaces with external
software providers to resolve issues.
perform upgrades, training and
streamlineapplicationuse.
-Respond to internal clients within
timeframe dictated by the severity of
the problem, document and track case
histories, issues, and action steps.
-Developprogramutilitiestoautomate
processes.
-Research technical processes using
sources such as error logs and prod-
uct technical documentation and iden-
tify solutions to resolve problems or
improve efficiency.
-Manage, operate, support and main-
taintheinfrastructuretosupportLAN/
WAN communication requirements.
-Perform daily system monitoring and
backup operations.
-Design requested reports for the
purpose of providing personnel with
information customized to their specific
needs.
-Performs other duties as assigned.


REQUIREMENTS
-Proven knowledge of computer.
-Excellent conununication skills.
-Team Player.
-Results-oriented.
-Honest.dedicatedandhardivorking
-PhysicallyFit.
-Must be willing to travel countrywide.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
-Bachelor Degree in Computer
Information Systems, Information
TechnologyorBusinessManagement.
-3 years experience with database
software, programming and/or
informationsystems(SybaseMSSQL,
MYSQL).
-3 years experience in supporting core
business applications for multiple
users.
-Certifications such as A+, CCNA,
and/or MCSE are preferred, but not
required.
-Ability to drive standard vehicles and
possesses a valid driver's license.


The post carriesan attractive salary and benefits package including a pension scheme
and health Insurance. If you are interested in progressing with us please send your
applicationletterwithyourdetailedcurriculumvitaegivingyourcurrentpositionly
July 30, 2010 to:
Human Resources Manager
Belize Water Services Limited,
P.O. Box 150, Central American Boulevard, Belize City, Belize
.
E-mail: hr(a)bwsl.com.bz
Note: Only a short list of qualified candidates will be notified.





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In accordance with Section 13 of the Registered Land Act Chapter 194,
Revised Edition 2000,1, PATRICIA ROBATEAl) PEREZ, for Registrar of
Lands.hereby serve notice that within onernonth from the date hereof, I intend
to register the following parcelsof land listed below for which application for
first mgistration have been received.

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice, Any peran
whose rights and interest may be affected by the registering of these parcels
rnust get in touch with me before expiry date of this notice between Monday s to
Friday at the Land Registry.Belmopan.




(FATRIC ROBATEAU P )(MRS.)
for R EGISTRA R OF LANDS


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201006190
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. PLACENTIA
NORTH. Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 3032.

This pierce of land is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 3580 of2000 dured 25
August.2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 52 of2000 at Folios 697-708
la filvour ofJEAN GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007041
This parcel of land is situated in the Registraiion Section, SAN ESTEVAN,
BlockNo. I and being PattelNo.225.

This paral of land is the subject ofa Miniser's Fiat Grant No. 895 of 2(M.10
dated I 2th December, 2000 in favor of AMIR AWE .

AFFILIATION NO. LR5-201007534
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST, MARTIN DE
POR RES WEST, Block No, 45 and being Paracl No, 1521.

This parcel of land is the subjeal of a Conley once No. 80 of 2008 dated 3*
December, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of 2008 at Folies
1193-1208 in favour ofBOUTROS 801) NAl-ILICOMPANY LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007535
This parcel of land is situated in the Registralian Section, S'E MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1523,

This pared of land is the subject ofa Deed of Conveyance No. 2923 of2007
dated 21?' August, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 35 of 2007 at
Folios 801-B12 in favout of RIJ EBEN PERDOMO & GINA AY USO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007538
This parcel of land is situated in the Registralian Section, ST. MARTIN DR
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1527.

This parcel of land is die subject ofa Conveyance No. 78 of2008 dated 13"
December, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book %lume I of2008 at Folios
I167- I 180 in favour ofROUTROS BOU NAH RA COM PANY LIM ITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007539
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section, St MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No, 4 and bclug Parcel No. 1528.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveynnce No.3655 of 2008
dated 16* December, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book lblame43 of 2008 at
Folios 303-314 in favour of BOUTROSBOU-NAHRACO. LTD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS201007541
This parcel of land is situated in the Registralian Section, ST. MARTIN DE
FORRES WEST, Block No.45 and being Parcel No. 1529.

This panel of land is dic subject of a Conrcyance No. 3630 of 2008 dated 16*
December, 2(M)8 and recorded in Deeds Rock 161ume 43 of 200R as Folds
245-256 in favour of BOUTROS BOU NAHRACO. LTD.

AFFILIATION NO. LRS-201007542
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. PORTi


LOYOLAVILLEBlackNo.4SandbeingParcelNo.1880.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 273 of I991
dated 31st July, 1991 in favor of GLENFORDVILLANUEVA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007544
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
50trfH, Block No.31 and being Parcels No.718.719.724.727.730.731, 735.
744-747, 749, 7$1,756. 759-761. 763, 767, 776 & 771.

These parcels of land are the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 17 I of 199 I
dated6*May. 1991 in favorofANTONIA ALIAREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007545
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No.45 and being ParcelNo. 992.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Flat Grant No. 648 of 2008
dated 16" Scpternber, 2(N1R in favor of GOLDA TILLETT,

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007548
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section.DANGRIG A BOUTH,
Block No. 3 I and being Pamel No. 328.

This parcel of land is she subjectors Deed offanveyanceNo. 2956 of 1997
dated 17th October, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 32 of 1997 at
Folios473-478 in favourofADRIAN USHER& ELENITAUSHER.

APPLICATION NO. LR$-201007549
This parcel of land is situated in the Registralian Section, VALLEY
COMMUNITY/ALTA VISTA, Block No.31 and being Parcel No.363.

Thisparcelofland is the subjectofa Conveyance No, 400 of 1977 dated 7th
April, 1977 and recorded in Deeds Book lunic 5 of 1977 at Polios 651-658 in
Avour of Rif DOLPH W1LLIAMS

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007550
TI1isparcelof land is situated inthcKcgistration Section, DOUGLAS NORTH,
Block No. 1 and hang Pared No. 158.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fial Grant No. 274 of 2005
dated 25" ApriL 2005 in favor ofDIONICIA ACOSTA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20100755 5
This parcel of lured is situated in the Registration Sect ian, DOUGLAS NORTH,
Block No. I and being Parcel No. 151

This panel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 295 of 2006
dated 4th July, 2006 in favor of DION ICI A ACOSTA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2010075ti2
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, 5AN [GNACIO
NORTH Block No, 23 and being Parcel No. I 233,

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 310 of2008 dated 7th
January, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of200B at Folics 803-314
in favour ofJOSE AthlON ZUNICA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2014107S75
This parcel of land is situated in the Registation Section., SAN [GNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and be ing Parcel No. 1231.

This panel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 447 of 2007
dated 24th May, 2fl07 in favor of JOSE RA MON ZUNIGA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007578
This parcelofland is situated in the Registration Section.DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Block No. 3 I and being Parcel No.43,

'llais percel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fint Grant No. B43 of 2006
dated likhSeptanber, 2006 in favor of JULIETTE CAROL MARTINEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007580
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/








confirm attendance at telephone
below as we will have a small
reception thereafter for media
representatives and invited
guests.

For more information and
details, please contact:
Mr. Ronald Hulse, Manager
Tel: 824-2800 or by Email
manager(Asmcubelize.com
Internet: www.smcubelize.com


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VACANCY NO TICE
PINE LUMBER CO. LTD has an opening in our Sales
.
Department for a Female Cashier/Sales Assistant. This
will be a permanent position and the applicant must
have the following qualifications:

. Minimum, a High School Diploma
Knowledge of Quick Books and good PR will be
an asset
- Bi-Lingual (English & Spanish)

Salary is negotiable based on application's
qualifications & experience.
Interview will be conducted Friday August 13th, 2010
. .
at 9am at our main office located in Georgeville
Village, Cayo District.


Dr. Ana Hazel Escrich (R)
ing of the current projects
undertaken by the Council and to
discuss the major activities to be
undertaken during Minister
Martinez's Chairpersonship.
The Council is the arm of SICA
that promotes a better quality of
life and labour conditions for all
Central Americans through
social integration. It is currently
focusing on issues of malnutri-
tion and food security, HIV and
AIDS, early childhood develop-
ment and migrant populations.



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REDUCED PRICES
Owner Hungry
Sweet Deal
824-2060
$66.1103
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-Sunday, August 8, 2010


even better and innovative service
to a sector of the community not
currently being serviced. With
our competitive interest rates
and benefits, it will be another
reason why residents of San
Ignacio, Santa Elena and
surrounding areas will choose a
credit union Saint Martin's
Credit Unionto do their business.
We look forward to having you
here as we make history. Kindly


CITY OF BELMOPAN,
ThursdayAugust5,2010:
The Ministry of Foreign
Affairs and Foreign Trade
together with the Ministry of
Economic Development, the
Belize Trade & Investment
Development Service
(BEL TRADE) and the
CARICOM Secretariat will be
holding nationwide consultations
with beneficiaries of the: Fiscal
Incentives Program Export
Processing Zones Corozal
Commercial Free Zone
These consultations will seek
to inform all beneficiaries of
the World Trade Agreement
(WTO) agreement on Subsidies
and Countervailing Measures
(SCM).
The agreement prohibited the
use of export subsidies and gave
members an eight year transition
period which expired on
December 2002.
The WTO General Council
took a decision to allow
extensions of the transition
period until the end of 2013, with
a final phase-out period of two
years (31December 2015).
The consultations will be


covering the reform issue of the
Fiscal Incentives Program in
conformity with the WTO Rules
on Subsidies and Countervailing
Measures.
Sessions for Fiscal Incentives
stakeholders in the Belize
District and San Pedro will be
held on August 9, 2010 from
1:30 to 3:30 pm, and on August
lo, 2010 from 2:00 4:00 pm
at the Radisson Fort George in
Belize City.
A session for stakeholders in
the North will be hosted on
August 11, 2010 from 1:30-3:30
at the BSI Staff Club in
Orange Walk.
Stakeholders and beneficiaries
in the Cayo, Stann Creek and
Toledo districts are invited to
attend a session on August 13,
2010 from 9:30 am 12:00
noon at the George Price Center
inBelmopan.
The consultation is of great
significance to Fiscal Incentives
stakeholders, as it will chart the
wayforwardforthereformofthe
Government subsidy programs in
Belize, with the aim to bring
themintocompliancewithWTO
rules.


Human Development Minister, Hon. Peter Martinez (L)


Integration Council of SICA,
CITY OF BELMOPAN,
Thursday, August 5, 2010:
Minister of Human Develop-
ment and Social Transformation,
Hon. Peter Martinez travelled on
July 27-29th to El Salvador
where he met with officials of
the Secretariat of the Social
IntegrationCouncilof SICA.
Last month Belize assumed the
6-month rotating pro tempore
Presidency of SICA and as a
result Minister Martinez serving,
until December of this year, as
Chairperson Council.
During his visit Minister
Martinez, accompanied by the
Chief Executive Officer in
the Ministry, Judith Alpuche
attended a series of meetings
with the Director of the
Secretariat, Dr. Ana Hazel
Escrich and the staff. The
meetings were designed to
provide an in-depth understand-


at MS freMA EMOH.

Launches ATM Service
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo through our
District, Thursday, August 5, automatic teller
2010* machine or ATM-
Saint Martin's Credit Union Our ATM form
always cognizant of the fact that part of a Secure
technology plays a vital and Debit Network
important part in every day life compromising several credit
especially those of its members unions namely Holy Redeemer
are proud to invite the media to Credit Union, St. John's Credit
the launch of its ATM service on Union in Belize City, La
Saturday August 146 at 11.00 am Immaculada Credit Union in
at our place of business on Eve Orange Walk Town, Toledo
Street in San Ignacio Town. Teachers Credit Union in Punta
Current and pro sp active Gorda Town and Heritiage Bank
members will now be able to Limited countrywide where our
access their money in a members will be able to access
convenient and easy way with their money.
Our 24 hour banking service This will allow us to provide
Human Development Minister and Chief
Executive Officer Returns From El Salvador


COnsultation With Fiscal





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dated 196 June.2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Elume 2 I of 200B at Folios
1295-I302infavourofMILOPAL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201M7607
This parcel of land is simated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No.23 and being Parcel No. 2487.

This pareci of land is the subjecI nf u h-ed of Conveyouce No. 1787 of 2008
dated 19* June, 20tR am] recorded in Deeds Buck Mslume 2 I of 2008 at Polies
I I83-1190 in favour of MILO PAZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201W7608
This parcel of land is silwated in the Registrarian Section. DANGRIG A SOUTH,
Blook No. 31 and being Parcel No. 543.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Deed ofConveyance No. 717 of 1988
dated IIth May.1988 andscorded in Decds Book Volumc9 of 1988 at Folios
291-2% in favour d MICH AF.L & MORLENE CHIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007611
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section.DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Block No, 31 and being Parcel No.577.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.97 of 2008
dated in January.2DD8 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume I of2008 at Folies
1479-1488 in favour ofMICHAEL & MERLENE CHIU.

A PPLICAT ION NO. LRS-2010076 I 2
This parcel ofland i.s situated in the Registralian Section.DANGRICA SOUTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 578 & 579.

This parcelofland in thesubjectofa Minisecr's Fiat GrantNo. 80 of 1989dated
19* May, 1989 in favor of MICH A RL CHil).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201W7614
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section.ORANGE WALK
'TOWN, Block No.4 and being Parcel No.2843,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Flas Orant No. 678 of 2002
dated 5" September, 2002 in favor ofCAROLINA MOH & UDILBERTO
MOH (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201M7615
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section,0RANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2463.

This parod of land is the subject ofa Deed of Conveyance No. 1262 of 2001
dared 2" April, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Bank Volume 180f 2001 at Folies
171-I76 in thour of EDWARD TILLETT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201W7616
This parcel of land is estimate in the Registration Section, DANGRICA SOUTH,
Block No. 31 and beleg Parcel No. 1433.

This parcel of land is the subject ofan Assent No. 938 of l996 dated 1 8th April.
1996 and scored in Deeds Book WIume 9 of 1994 at Folios 1301-1308 in
favour of ERICA IA)UIRE WILLIAMS & PHYLLIS Wil.LIA MS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201W7617
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Bk>ck No.31 and being Parcel No.219.

This purcel of land is the subject ofaDeedofConveyance No.2050of2005
dated 296 July.2005and recorded in Deeds Book Whume 27 of2005 at Folios
443-454 in favour of ERICA WILLI AMS.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201W7619
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. A LBE RT/M E.NOP,
Bkrk No.45 and being Pared No. I1.

This parcelofland is the subjectofa DeedofGift No, 789 of 1982 dated 26'
August. 1982 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1982at Folics495-502
in favour of ROY GILBERT LIZAMA, BURTON VIAN LIZAMA,
FRANK AllkANDER LIZAMAROSITARELOUIRE LIZAMA,


LOYOLAVILLE.BlockNo.45andbeingParcelNo.2123.

This parcel of Iand is the subject of a Deed of ConveyanceNo. 3668 of 2007
dated 2 I" Noycmbct, 201J7and recorded in Oceds Rock Volume44 of2007 at
Folim751-764 in favourof CI-ll)NG SIONG DEREK CHONC.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2010075S]
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section PLACENTIA NOKIli,
Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1423,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Dead of Conveyance No. 2215 of 2002
dated $*August, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book vbiume 27 of 2002 at Folies
91-96 in favour ofCARLEN R, HELTGREN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS201007.584
This parcelofland is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No.45 and beingPalvelNo. 1110

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 175 of 1982
dated 13* May. 1982 in favor of NATIONAL FISHERMEN PRODUCERS
CO-OPERATEVE SOCIETY LTD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007587
This panel of land is situated in the Registration Section. VISTA DEL MAR,
Block No. I$and being Pan*el No. I275.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 394 of 1994 dated 21 st
February, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Vblume 5 011994 at Folios 887.904
in favourof LER O-IONG.WRI.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007589
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No, 4 and being Parcel No. 3407,

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Deed ofConveyanceNo. 219 of 1996
dated 26" January, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1996 at
Folics453-460 in favour of ALBERTACARBALLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007590
This panel of land is situated in the Registration Seelion, ORANGE H'ALK
TOWN.BlockNo.4andbeingParcelNo.3408.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Deed ofConveyance No. 221 of 1996
dated 26* January, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book. tumc 3 of 1994 at
Folics469-476 in favourofALBERTACARRALLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007594
Ibis parcel of land is situaled in the Regiwarson Section, TRI AL FARM, Block
No.4 and being Parcel No.683.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 78 of 2000 dated
4th March, 2000 in favor ofJOSE A CH AV ES.

APPLI CATION NO. LRS-201007596
This parcel of land is situated in the Regisiration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No.4 and being Parcels No.2488.

ThisparecInflandisthesubjectofa DecddConveyanceNo. 786002008
dared 19* June, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Wlume 2 I of2008 at Folies
175-1182 in favour ofMELOPAZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007600
This panel of land is situated in the Registration Rection, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Black No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2486.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1784 of 2008
dated 18** June, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Wlume 21 of 2008 at Folies
.
II 59-1 166 m favour of M ilhPAZ.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007606
This pierce of land is situated in the Registration Sectiore SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH.BlockNo.23andbeingParcelNo.2489.

This parwl of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1801 of 2008





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GOVERNMENT OF BELIZE
-' MINISTRY OF HEALTH
a .

Grant No. TFO95644
.
BellZeAvian and Human Influenza
DefectiOn an d Respon se Project


INUITIll0N FOR BIDS [IFBl

NATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING
.
The Goverrmiciit of Hebre. Has racived a grant funn the
International Bank for Reconstruelion and Development
(The World Bank), acting as administrators of grant funds
provided by Australia. Republic of I-:stonia. European
Commission, Iceland, People's Republic of China, Republic
of Korea.. Russian Federation, Reptiblic of Slovenia and the
United Kingdom under the Avian and Human Intluenza (AHI'I
Facility. lowards the cost of Belize Avian and Human
Influenza Defection and Response Project and it is intended
that part of the proceeds of this prant will be applied (0 eligible
-
payments under this contract for the supply of sixty (60) laptop
- .
coniptilers for wluch (his [nvitation for Hids is issued.

The Project Management Unit. Ministry of Health now
invites scaled bit.1s forms eligible bidders for 1110 SLlp]) Of MidV
(60) laptop computers,

Hiding will be conducted through the National Competitive
Midding (NCH) procedures agreed with the World Hank. The
provisinns in 1ho Ind.rudinns In Ridders mid in the fieneral
Conditions of Contract are based on the provisions of the World
Hank Standard Hidding Document Procurement of Goods.

Interested eligible Bidders may obtain further information from
.
and inspect the bidding documents at the address given below:

A complete se(ofBidding Documents in English may be
purchased by any interested eligible bidders on submission of
a wri((cil application to 1110 ofice belove arid upon pityinent of
unrefundable fee of BZS50.00.

All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security as specilled in
the Ridding Document and must be delivered to the address
below al 1500 hours (Relive local lime) on Monchly. August
23, 2010. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late Bids
.
will be reicoted.

.
Bids will be opened at 1510 hours (Belize local time) on
Monday. August 2.-1, 2010 at the Conference Room of the
Ministry oflJealth, Behnopan City in the presence of Did ders'
represcritatives who aloose to attend.

Ill the event of the specified date for the submission and
opening of bids being declared as a closed holiday for
purchaser's police, the due date for submission and opening of
bids will be the following working day at the appointed times,

Address: Project Managernal Unil
Ministry of Ilealth
I-'ast HIock Building
Second I-'loni: Room I4
Rollnopan City
Belize. C.A.
Tel.: 822-0992
[*ax: 822-0991
1 mail: pmu heallh.gov.bz


go ARIES:
) ) IVIarch 22 to
April 20
The coming week spells excitement.
There are important decisions regard-
ingpropertytobetakeninthisphase.
Social life and relationships will be
eventful as you work your charm. Be
careful to side step envious colleagues
orpeopleinyoursocialcircleanddo
not take their opinions personally.
LuckyNumbers:12,62,87.

TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
A fairly relaxed phase begins to set in
as your efforts in recent past pay off.
You're also keen to get over issues
that have been nagging you. Don't
take on more than you can realisti-
cally accomplish. Also, be wary of
beingrudeasitcouldundothegood
results.Lucky Numbers: 08, 24, 33.

1.
GEMINI*
1 *
May 22 to June 21
Pending court cases could be resolved
in your favour. This comes at a time
whenyou'rewillingandevenkeenfor
resolution. Thefutilityofangermay
register and you are motivated to
approachpeoplewithunderstanding
and compassion.Lucky Numbers:
05, 47, 78.

CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
It is a week when you find your
powers of perception greatly
enhanced. As your focus grows
larger, you are able to look at people,
work, situations and things with
greaterappreciation.Donotbecome
inconsiderate about feelings of other
people.Lucky Numbers: 18, 27,
95.
LEO:
July 24 to August 21
You will be in an indulgent mood.
There is success, adulation and
monetarygaincominginfromwork.
There will be a desire to spruce up
your home, make additions to your
wardrobe and spend on a high-end
gadget. Although money is not a
problem, it wouldn't hurt to curb
spending. Lucky Numbers: 21, 55,
72-
VIRGO:
Lugust 22
to September 21
You are keen and set rolling your
effortstomakethebestofresources
while you can. There will be a greater
sincerity marking your efforts where
-
you reach out in all your relationships
and try to make it count. There will
also be efforts directed at acquiring
newskillsoraccumulatingspiritual
knowledge.Lucky Numbers: 06,
44, 83.
LIBRA:
- Beptember 22 to
October 23
You are willing to put in extra work


I


andtimetoconsolidateyourgainsas
well as your position at work. There
will be an obsessive thought driving
you. So much so that you may even
want to exploit social contacts and
friends to further business related
interests. It will be good to keep the
two separate. Lucky Numbers: 06,
49, 81.
. .
-g SCORPION:
October 24 to
November 21
With almost all negativity taking leave
ofyour being, you are ableto devote
all your energies to what you like
doing best your work and your
hobbies. Leisure activities help you
enjoy and cherish life. Domestic
harmony gives you an added edge
and confidencetotakeonlife. Lucky
Numbers:32,48,96.

SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to
<
December 21
There is recognition of efforts at work
and your commitment is praised by
superiors. Your efforts at work
will yield greater dividends. Look
carefully and make smarter moves
when it comes to businesses,
especially with partners
overseas.Lucky Numbers: 46, 64,
93.

, CAPRICORN:
'* December 22 to
January 20
Things begin to move at an unusual
pace for you. Involvement in routine
activities may have left you
feeling bored.New employment
opportunities, more perks could
come your way. There is an
improvement in your financial
situation.Lucky Numbers: 03, 50,
71.

AQUARIUM:
January 21 to
February 19
A family celebration and spending
towards redecorating your home is in
theoffing.Youmayalsobelookingat
additional ways to supplement
your earnings as expenses rise. You
could find yourself emotionally
involved in a seemingly messy
situation.Allowtimetohealandtake
itsowncourse.LuckyNumbers:28,
53, 89.

PIECES:
February 20 to
March 21
You realize the value of affection and
attention showered on you by your
family. Your family may come to
your aid financially. However, do
remember that ifyou are approached
for help by friends or acquaintances,
do not overreach your capacity,
swayed by emotions. Lucky
Numbers: 19, 36, 74.





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NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


This parcelof land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, BlackNo.4 and being Parcel No.3494.

This parcel ofland is the subject ofa Deed ofConveyance No. 129of 1985
dated 18. February, 1985 and recorded in Deeds Bock Volume 2 of 1985 at
Folios247-256 in filvour ofWALDEN ADULPHI.ls.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2011W7727
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section., GUINEA GRASS,
Block No.4 and being Parcel No.212.

This panel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat GreatNo.215 of 2000
dated2"April,200Din favorofANTONIOPEREZ..

APPLICATION NO. LHS-201@7747
This paraciofland is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERTIMESOP,
Black No.45 and being PamelNo. 1555.

This percel of land is the subject of a Assent No. 813 of 1977 dated 26* July,
1977 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 1977 at Folios 233-238 in
favour of LEOLIN ROBATEAU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007753
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration See don. BELIZE RURAL
NORTH fl.Block No. 11 and being Parcel No.1133.

This Parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. B4 of I993 dated 3<
January, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of I993 at Folios 1061-
1066 in favour of ANA GUADALUPE WALKER & DOUGLAS FETER
WALKER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2010B7754
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No.4 and being ParcelNo.3491.

This puted of land is the subject of a Decd of Conveyance No.523 of 1995
dated 13th March, 1995 and recalled in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1995 at
Falios I169-1182 in favor of TROY KTUART& LAVERNE STI.iART.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201@7756
This pand ofland is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, BInck No.4 and being ParcelNo. 1370.

This parcel ofland isthesubject ofaCanveyance No.42I6of1996 dated I36
October 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of 19% at Folios
431-440 in favour of Al.M4ROALPUCHF.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20]067757
These panels of land are situated in the Registration Section. DANGRIGA
SOUTH. Block No. 31 and being ParccIs No. 2968 & 2%9.

These pastelsof land a.te the subjectof a Conveyance No.2535 of 2004 deled
5th October. 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 33 of 2004 at Folios
1463- I 476 in favour ofLENA PALAClo SOLIS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201067759
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
Sol)TH, Black No. 3 I and beingParcelsNo. I857 & 1864.

These percels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No.0352 of 2007 dated
23rd January, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume S of2007 at Folion
625-642 in favour of BINGDI & QIAN YING ZHENG

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201@7763
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, B Inck No.4 and being Parcel No, 4356.

This parcel ofland is the subject ofa Conveyance No. 467 of200 I dared 29*
January, 2001 aral recorded in Dceds Book Volume7 of2001 at Folies 223-234
in favourof MEI FANG NO & LUKE $. LIU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201097764
This paraciefland is situated in the Registration Section. A LBERTIMESOP.
BlackNo.45 and being PasculNo.1559.


GREGORIA JULIANA LIZAMA (RUBINA AGATHA LIZAMA,
EDWARD MARIAN LIZAMA & RUBINA AGATHA LIZAMA -
Decessed)

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007620
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Biock No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1232.

This paral of land is the subject of a Minimer's Fiat Grant No. 290 of 1999
dated 16th March, 1999 in favor of JOSE R. ZUNIGA.

APPLICATION NO. LRik201007657
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. BELIZE RURAL
NORTH, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 1027.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Miniser's Fiat Grant No.54 of 1962 dated
23" July, 1963 in favor ofSONIA ELIZABETH MENZIElk

APPLICATION NO. LRS201007650
This pierce of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN FELIPE, Block
No.4 and being Parcel No. 608.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 152 of 1980
dated 20" March, 1980 in farer of SOCCORO WITZL asAdministratrix
of the Estate of VirglBe WitdI (Betensed).

APPLICATION NO. LRih20 100761i0
This pierce of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No.4 and being PascelNo.2410-

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Deed ofConveyance No. 1909 of2007
dated I 3* June.2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of2007 at Folios
669-676 in favour of JOSE A.MANJIVAR

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20100761i3
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, KING'S PARK.
Block No.45 and being Parcel No.739.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fist Grant No.74 of 1973 dated
28th April, 1973 in favor of NORMA J. ROSADO as Administratrlx of the
Estate of Miguel Rosedo (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007665
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section, FORT CEORGE/
PICKSTDCK, Block No.45 and being ParcelNo. 17.

Thisparcelofland is the subject ofa Decd of Conveyance No.2224 of2004
dated 28th Septanber,2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volumc29of2004 at
Folies 825-836 in favour of TERESITARUDON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007667
Thcoc pancis of land are situated in the Registration Scotion, ORANGE W4LK
TOWN, Block No.4 and being ParoclNos. 2205, 2206 & 2207

These parcels of land are the subject ofa Deed of Partition No. 573 of 1975
dated 30th May, 1975 and recorded in Deeds Book WIume $ of 1975at Folion
133-146 in favour ofTERESITA CASTILLO DE BURGOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRIN201007677
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1236.

This parcel of land I5 the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2054 of 2005
dated 14th January, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book blame 27 of 2005 at
Folios493-512 in favour of GUALBERTO BOL
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007696
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CAROLINAl
CALCUTTA, Block No. I and being Parcel No. 199.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fial Grant No. 806 of 2002
dated 10*November 2Z2 in favor of NIC'S WASTE MANAEEMENT
LTD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007725





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Manuel's Measuring Monkey


Manuelwalksintoabarwithhis
petmonkey. He orders a drink and
while he's drinking, the monkey
starts jumping all over the place.
The monkey grabs some olives
off the bar and swallows them, it
grabs some peanuts and swallows
themthen it jumps up on the
pool table, grabs the white ball,
sticks it in his mouth and
swallows it.
The bartender screams at





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1 MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Health Sector Reform Project

INVITATION FOR BIDS (lFB)
NATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING

The Govemment of Belize (GOB) has secured a loan from the
Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) towards the cost of the
Health Sector Reform Project, and intendsto apply a part of the
proceeds to cover eligible payments under the contract for which
this Invitation for Bids is now issued.

The Health Sector Reform Project is being implemented by the
Ministry of Health (MOH). The Project Management Unit within the
MO H will be responsible for the day-to-day management, tender
administration and supervision of project activities,

The Government of Belize, acting through the Ministry of
Health, now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the
construction modification of the Central Medical Laboratory in
Belize City.

Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive
Bidding (NCB) procedures ag reed with the Caribbean
Development Bank.

Eligible bidders will be required to submit full qualification
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qualification to perform the contract ifthe bid is accepted. Tender
and qualification information are to be submitted in the English
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Submissions that do not provide the information required, or that
do not demonstrate the prospective contractor s ability to perform
satisfactorily, will not qualify and will not be considered for further
evaluation.

Bid Documents may be obtained from the address below for a
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may be made by personal application or in wanting. Written
applications must be submitted to the address below and be clearly
marked: "Request for Bid Documents for the Construction
.
Modification of the Central Medical Laboratory" along with
the name for which Bid Documents are being requested. Payment
should be by cash, or bank guaranteed cheque made payable
to:

GOBIHealth Sector Reform Project

Bids shall be valid for a period of 90 days after Bid opening and
must be accompanied by a Bid Securing Declaration, and shall
be delivered in sealed envelopes marked "Tender for the
ConstrucUon Modifica#on of Central Medical Laboratoty" to
the office below on or before 2:00 p.m., local time, on the 16* of
August, 2010. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders
who choose to attend at 2:10 p.m. on the same date at the
conference room of the Ministry of Health.

The Government of Belize (GOB) reserves the right to annul the
process and reject all bids, at any time prior to award of contract,
without thereby incurring any liability to the affected prospective
bidders) or any obligation to inform the affected prospective
bidder(s) of the grounds for GO B's action. GO B will not defray any
costs incurred by any bidder in the preparation of bids.

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One day an out of work giant
is visiting the zoo and attempts
to earn some money as a street

w r, as soon as he starts
to draw a crowd, the zookeeper
summons the giant to his office.
The zookeeper explains to
the giant that the zoo's most
popular attraction, a gorilla, has
died suddenly 7
The zoo keeper fears that
attendance at the zoo will fall off
and so he offers the giant a job to
dress up as the gorilla until they
can get another one. The giant
accepts.
The next morning, before the
crowd arrives, the giant puts on
the gorilla suit and enters the
cage. He discovers that it's a
great job. He can sleep all he
wants, play and make fun of
people and he draws bigger
crowds than he ever did.
However, eventually the
crowds tire of him and he gets
bored just swmgmg on tires.
He begins to notice that the
people are paying more attention
to the lionin the cage next to his.
Not wanting to lose the


attention of his audience, he
climbs to the top of his cage,
crawls across a partition, and

da lesfrcoomurtheettohpstoth ison'
lion furious, but the crowd loves

At the end of the day the
zookeeper comes and gives the
giant raise for being such a good
attraction as a gorilla.
Well, this goes on for some
time. The giant keeps taunting
the lion, the crowds grow larger,
and his salary keeps going up.
Then one terrible day when he
is dangling over the furious lion,
he slips and falls. The giant is
terrified. The lion gathers itself
and prepares to pounce. The
giant so scared that he begins to
runroundandroundthecagewith
the lion close behind.
Finally, the giant starts scream-
ing and yelling, "Help, Help
me!", but the lion is quick and
pounces. The ginat soon finds
himself flat on his back looking
up at the angry lion and the lion
says, "Shut up you idiot!
Do you want to get us both
fired?"


Manuel, "Did you see what
your monkey just did?"
Manuel says, "No, what?"
He just swallowed the cue
,,
ball offmy pool table whole!
says the bartender.
"Yeah, that doesn't surprise
me," replies Manuel. "He
swallows everything in sight.
I'll pay for the ball."
Manuel finishes his drink, pays
his bill and leaves.
Two weeks later Manuel is in
the bar again, and he has his
monkey with him. He orders a
drink and the monkey starts
inning around the bar again.
While Manuel is drinking, the
monkey finds a cherry on the
bar. He grabs it, sticks it up his
butt, pulls it out, and swallows it.
The bartender is disgusted.
"Did you see what your monkey
did now?"
"Now what?" asks Manuel.
"Well, he stuck a cherry up his
butt, then pulled it out and
swallowed it says the
barkeeper.
"Yeah, that doesn't surprise
,, a
me, replies Manuel. He
still swallows everything in
sight, but ever since he swal-
lowed that damn cue ball now
,,
he measures everything first!





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NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


2004 and swoorded in Deeds Book W1ume 10 of 2004 at Fclios 9-16 in favour of
ANTONIO NOVELO & ALFREDO DAVID NOV ELO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201607910
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORTI
UDYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 2.311.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indcuture No. 594 of 1964 dated 15th
May, 1964 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1964 as Folius I183-1190
in favour of ERIC NEAL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007911
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEENS SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1372.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 406 of 2003
daled 15th June, 2003 in favor ofESTEVAN PERERA& ENE YDA PERERA
(Jointly).
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007913
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH.BlockNo.36andbeingParcelNo.3143.

This pierce anand is the subjeci ofa Deed afConveyance No. 1805 of200ti
dated 14thMay,2006and recoaled inDeedsBook Wlume23of2006atFolios
995-1014 in favourof KENNETH GALE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS20te07914
These pateels of land are situated in the Registration Section, ALBKRTI
MEBOP, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. I124, I125, 1126,

These parked of land are the subject ofa Deed of Conveyance No. 4657 of
1996 dated 10th December, 1996 and recorded in Doods Book Volume 28 of
1996 at Folies 147 1-1476 in favour of MAUREEN TURTON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007915
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Scotion, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No.45 and being ParcelNo.722.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Glik No. 1315 of 1999dated25"
May, 1999and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 15 of 1999 as Folios 515-524 in
favourof CAROLYN ANTOINETTE LEWIS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007911i
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORTI
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1985.

This parcel of land is the subjeal of a Deed ofConveyance No.2921 of2001
dated let October, 2DDI and recorded in Deeds Book Elume 37 of 2001 at
Follos 63-76 in favour of NICOLE MIREYA HAMILTON & JOSE
VICTOR HAMILTON.

APPLICATION NO. LR520 1007945
This parcelof land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
"IUWN, B lock No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1642.

Thispam*loflandisthesubjectofaConveyanceNo.23780fl990dsted24th
December, 1990 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of 1990 st Folion
1419-1426 in favour of EDUARDO F. BAUTISTA & ELODIA
BAUTISTA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS201007946
This parcel of land is simated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Block No. 3 I and being Parcel No. 302.

This parcelof land is the subject ofa Minister's Fisr Grant No. 457 of 2000
dated 6th June, 2000 in favor of NADIA CALIE & MYRICK CALIZ
(5ping),
APPLICATION NO. LR5-201007953
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No.4 aud being Parcel No, 1217.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Conveyance No. I513 of 1994 dated 2@
July, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Elume 18 of 1994 at Folks 341-348 in
favour of RAUL COCOM & DALLILA CUCOM,


This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No, 121 of 1960 dated 22"
March. 1960 and recorded in Deeds Book volume 1 of 1960 at FoIlos 691-696
in favour of ALFRED IGNATIUSMELHADO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20 t@7883
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section DANGRIG A NORTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No.738.

This Fan*el of land is the subject of a Minister k Fiat Grant No.99 of 1986 dated
24th July, 1986 in favor of FLORIN DORIS LEH15.

APPLICATION NO. LR5-20 [#7885
This penal ofland is situated in the Registration Section.DANGRIC A SOUTH.
Block No, 31 and being ParalNo.294,

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Great No. 45 I of 2000
dated 6* June, 2000 in flavor ofALTON SEBASTIAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201W7889
This parcel of tend is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIG A SOUTH,
BlockNo.31andbeingParcelNo.804.

This parcel of land is the subica ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No.773 of 1999
dated 28th August, 1999 flavor of JOYCE JANG & ANTHONY JANG
(Jolatly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201907891
This parcel of knd is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIG A SOUTH.
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1293.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 510 of 1992
dated 27th October, 1992 in favor ofALMA MCKENZIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20 t W7893
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGASOUTH,
BlockNo.31andbeingPasceINo.299.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 459 of 2000
dated 6* June, 2000 in favor of SOLOMON MARIN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201W7895
This pierce of land is situated in the Registration Section.DANGRIG A SOUTH,
Block No, 31 and being Pamel No, 1363,

This parcel of iand is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 565 of 1993
dated 14th January. 1994 in favor of DELCIA WITTY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007898
This panel of land is situated in the Registraiion Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 385.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 57 of 2002 dated
10th February, 2002 in favor THERESE ADELITA MURILLO.

AFFIACATION NO. LRS-201W7985
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No.45 and being Parcel No, 1144.

This parcelofland is the subjectofa Conveyance No.3515 of 1999 dated 96
December, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 42 of 1999 at Folies
996-1003 in favour ofYVETTE YOUNG PLUNKETT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20 lZ7988
This parcel ofland is silneled in the Registration Section, DANGRIGANORTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1485.

This parcel of land is the subject ch Deed ofGift No. 1362 of 1999 dated 25*
May, I999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 15 of 1999 at Folios 1023- I030
infavourofSTAN MARTINET.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201M7909
This pierce ofland is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being ParcelNo. 4358.

Thisparcelof land is the subjectofa Assent No, 687 of 2004 dated IP March,








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inside his bedroom.
Also reported stolen was an
additional $1,500 in cash, a Black
Berry Pearl cell phone valued
$500 and an IPod with black
cover valued $700, a Sony brand
laptop valued $4,500, another
IPod valued $650, two cheques
in the sum of $420, a pink Sony
brand laptop valued $4,500, a
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credit cards from Scotia and
Atlantic banks, all to a total
valued of $167,910 at time of the
burglary, the entire Vega Family
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Fearing for her life, the cashier
handed over all the cash and
phone cards. The attackers then
fled the scene and disappeared
into the darkness.
A subsequent inventory
revealed that the items stolen
included $185 worth of BTL
Digicellphone cards, $195 worth
of SMART phone cards, a
Samsung cellular telephone used
for TOP-UP services with $800
worth of credit and the day's sale
amounting to approximately
$800 in cash. The male worker
was reportedly relieved of his
wallet containing $70 in cash


Zuniga, 35, Belizean barber of
St. Joseph Street, Benque Viejo
Town were detained and their
homes searched but nothing
incriminating found and so they
were subsequently released.
When Owen Parham was
detained, a search of his person
led to the discovery of thirty six
US$ 2 bills, a gold bracelet and
a BZ$ 2 bill.
The search of the car led to the
discovery of several Honduran
Lempiras, Mexican Pesos and
Guatemalan Quetzales, five gold
necklaces, four gold chains, two


wrist watches, a set of aqua blue
color jewelry comprising of
bracelets, earrings and pendants,
thirteensingleearringsabangle,
five gold bangles, thirteen gold
bracelets, twenty five pairs of
earring, a bag containing eleven
gold chains, forty nine gold rings,
seventeen gold medals and
two bundle of a cash totalling
$27,900.
Investigators informed that
Owen Alexander Parham will
be arrested and formally charged
for burglarizing the mansion of
Eduardo "Eddy Vega.


along with identification cards
and other personal documents.
He was also relieved of his Sprint
brand cellular telephone valued at
$150 dollars all for a total value
of $2,200.
The police is asking the public
to report suspicious persons
selling telephone cards which
are sold for as low as 25% of
theiractualvalue.
The police reminds the public
that it is a serious offence to
purchase stolen goods and that
the most effective means of
discouragingrobbersandburglars
is to refrain from purchasing the
stolen goods they carry


Putrsuanti to Section 37(3) of the Registered L~and Act, Chaprter 194$, Laws of Belizre,


Revised Edition 2000, notie is hereby


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