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LOTERY VENDOR SURVIVES ANOTHER ATTACK


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Friday, August 20,
2010:
A male youth from the village
of Georgeville, Cayo, will today
be appearing in San Ignacio's
Magistrate Court charged with
two counts of violence in the
latest of at least seven prior
attacks committed against a
popular Santa Elena, boledo/
lottery vendor.
Police reports that at around
5:30 p.m. on Friday, August 13,
2010, Santa Elena veteran
boledo/lottery vendor, Godfrey
Tillett, 65, was on his regular
run in the village of Georgeville
when the incident occurred.
In a statement to the police
Tillett informed that he was
returning to his motorcycle
parked on the side of the road
as he was returning after
transacting business with a
regular customer residing about
500 meters on the Mountain Pine
Ridge Road from its junction
with the Western Highway.
Tillett told the police that
as he was approaching his
motorcycle, he saw a tall male
person emerging from the bushes
across the road with a gray piece
of cloth partially covering his


face. Tillett informed that the
person was carrying a large stick
and rushing towards him with
the stick raided. In the process
of attempting to flee, Tillett
reportedly tripped on the stand
of the motorcycle and fell to the
ground. The attacker reportedly
stood over him and began
beating him with the stick in
the head and on his left hand
which he was using to shield his
head. With the defenseless and
bleeding victim on the ground


the attacker reportedly pushed
his hand into the front right
pocket of his pants removing and
taking possession of all the cash
therein reportedly amounting to
over $600 after which he fled the
scene.
While the severely injured
Tillett could only identify the
person as being of dark complex-
ion due his exposed hands, the
attacker was recognized by
witnesses as one "Sootz" a
resident of the village. Swift


police action later led to the
detention of Sherwin "Sootz"
Dominguez, 19, Belizean,
laborer.
Tillett was taken to the San
Ignacio Hospital where he was
treated for injuries to the head
and left arm. He is reported to
have left the hospital with almost
30 stitches to the head. He is said
to have been lucky to have
survived the attack. He is now
recuperating at him home in the


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Old Meat Market Transformed Into Modern Library/Resource Center
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in the advent of several such
privately owned business places
within the community, the San
Ignacio Town Council sought and
received approval from Central
Government for a complete
remodeling of the building to house
a new library/resource center as
the present library situated
downstairs of the Town Hall has
long outgrown the allotted space.
According to the project
contractor, Oscar Martinez, the


construction is on target with the
handing over of the furnished facility
set for the end of this month or early
September at the latest.
Another significant project
currently underway is the almost
one quarter million dollar upgrading
of facilities inside the Norman
Broaster Stadium in San Ignacio.
More details on this particular
project will be provided next week
as we endeavor to keep you
informed.


BY- Eulogio Cano
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Friday, August 20, 2010:
It gives us pleasure to report that
residents of San Ignacio/Santa
Elena and surrounding communities
especially students, avid readers and
researchers will soon be enjoying
the spacious, modernized and new
facilities of a library.


The Government of Belize funded
project, executed by the Social
Investment Fund, began a few
months ago with the complete
restoration of that once
deteriorating facility which for
many years served as the
community meat market.
Realizing that the era of public
meat markets has long disappeared


LOTTERY VENDOR SURVIVES ANOTHER ATTACK


Trapiche area of Santa Elena
Town.
Tillett has evidently become
easy prey for robbers in the area
as this latest incident is said to
be the eighth one. Prior to this
latest incident, he was robbed
less than five months ago, when
around 9:00 a.m. on Sunday,
March 21, 2010 in Esperanza
Village he was reportedly
approached by a male person
who pointed a handgun at his
head demanding the black bag
he was carrying. In this instance,
he was relieved of $300 in cash
and four lottery books.
The incident led to the arrest,
on a single conspiracy to
commit robbery charge, of
Joseph Gentle, 23, Belizean,
laborer, residing in Esperanza
Village. This matter is still
pending in San Ignacio's
Magistrate court.
Prior to the Esperanza incident
on December 19, 2009 at around



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6:30 p.m., he was reportedly
attacked in Georgeville Village
by two masked male persons
dressed in dark clothing, both
carrying firearms. He was
relieved of the knapsack he
carried containing 5 lottery and
2 jackpot books along with
almost $1500 in cash. Police
later recovered the knapsack
along with the 7 boledo/lottery
books, about $14 in coins and
other personal belongings inside
a house on a nearby citrus farm
in Georgeville village. No one
was inside the house at the time
of the search. However, police
also reported the discovery of a
homemade chrome contraption
bandaged with electrical tape
which according to the police
was designed to discharge 16
gauge cartridges. No arrest was
made as the search was focused
on a Guatemalan who according
to the police is being sought in
relation to similar incidents.


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Public Utilities Commission (PUC)


The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) in its
commitment to ensure public safety hereby advises
the General Public that according to the Electricity
(Licensing of Wiremen) Regulations:

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

(2) No person shall hire or engage any person who
is not a licensed wireman to do any electrical work
on their behalf or on their premises.

(3) Any violation of the preceding is a punishable
offence and may result in a fine of up to two
thousand dollars and/or imprisonment of up to six
months.

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

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Canadian Teachers Are Back In Belize
BIG Benefits For Belizean Teachers And Students


BY: Rotarian, John Acott
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Monday, August 16, 2010:
Now in its 7th year, teachers from
the Edmonton area of Canada are
back in Belize, instructing our
school teachers on advanced
learning strategies in Math, Science
and Language Arts. From the early
days when this programme was only
offered in San Ignacio, it has
expanded to include primary and
high school teachers countrywide.
Even school principals and members
of the Department of Education
staff are attending interesting and
stimulating seminars in all districts of
Belize. This Rotary project, initiated
and directed through the Rotary
Club of San Ignacio is the largest
Rotary project ever undertaken in
our country and involves every
Rotary Club in Belize.
This project was developed by
Rotarian and Chief Education
Officer Chris Aird and Rotarian
Andr6 Lopez in conjunction with
Rotarians from Edmonton, Canada
,who applied for and received a
large Grant from the Rotary
Foundation which has now been
supplemented by a grant from the
Candia International Development
Agency (CIDA). This huge nation-


Front Row Left to Right: William "Bill" Butcher, President of
San Ignacio's Rotary Club; Chris Aird, Rotarian and Belize's
Chief Education Officer; Dr. Lynne Paradis and Donna
Ducommon, both Canadian Rotarian.
Back Row Left to Right: Jan Maslyk; Leah Andrews; Bernie
Hryciw; Emilie Kane, Bille-Jo Grant, from the Distributed
Learning workshops; Leslie and Barbara Sargunarai and Brian
Bittorf from the Professional Development workshops


wide project is managed in Belize
by a committee ofRotarians, three
from San Ignacio; Andr6 Lopez
(Committee Chairman), Dr. Eve
Aird and Chris Aird; and the
following Rotarians from Belize
City; Salvador Espat, Paul Hunt,
Dr. Marcelo Coyi and Saira
Mahibar.
Currently there is a team of 30
Canadian teachers from Canada, led


by Rotarian Jennifer Lawly and
her assistant Rotarian Dr. Lynne
Paradis who have given up some
of their holidays to come to Belize
for two weeks to work with our
teachers. Some of the workshops
include Leadership training for
Principals, and continuing
workshops in Math, Science and
Language Arts. During a second
week of workshops 157 Belizean


teachers (Learning Coaches) who
have been trained in these
disciplines in previous years are
now conducting workshops in the
three disciplines already mentioned
for their Belizean colleagues.
Additionally, this year a special
Computer Learning class is being
held at Faith Nazarene Primary in
San Ignacio for teachers from Mary
Hill R.C. school in Corozal;
Louisiana Government in Orange
Walk; Salvation Army in Belize
City; Christ the King in Dangriga;
and St. Peter Claver in Punta
Gorda. Each of these six schools
have been equipped, by Rotary and
the BNE Trust, with a special
computer lab containing 32
computers each, where the children
of Standard Two and Standard Five
classes will be doing much of their
classroom computer work starting
in September. Much of this work
in developing computer labs for this
project would not have been
possible without the generous
support ofBTL who has donated t
2.5 megs of band width to each
school.
Within the next three years it is
hoped that every school that has
internet access will be able to
utilize computer learning for every
Standard in the Primary education
system.
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Reporting And Commenting On The Prime

Ministerial Visit To Los Angeles, California
By: Wellington C. Ramos honour by Councilwoman were invited into the courtyard
Over this weekend just Jan Perry and SheriffBaca where a Belizean dance group
passed, Belize's Prime in the Courtyard of the performed the Belizean audience
Minister. Hon. Dean City Council building. wined and dined. The dances were
Barrow and his wife This event was packed to a complete display of the dominant
Kim Simplis-Barrow capacity by many Creole, Garifuna and Maya cultures
travelled to Los Angeles Belizeans. The Prime of Belize.
California to be with the Belizean Minister and his wife were
community for three days. introduced by the Hon. Roland
On Friday morning Prime Yorke acting in his capacity as
Minister Barrow and Mrs. Barrow Belize's Honorary Counsel to the
were greeted by the members of the city and state of California
Los Angeles City Council, where Other speakers at this event
the Prime Minister was introduced included Belize's Ambassador to
by Councilwoman Jan Perry, the the United States His Excellency
Representative for City Council Nestor Mendez who spoke about
District-9. The meeting at the City Prime Minister Barrow's steadfast
Council was chaired by City determination to involve Belizeans
Council President Gil Garcetti, living abroad to become engaged in
Speaker of the City Council who is all aspects of Belize's development L-R: Mrs. Linda Lewis-Brown,
the former District Attorney for the with the newly created program Roland Yorke, Consul General,
County of Los Angeles. The key to titled the "Diaspora Initiative".
SAMinister Hon. Dean Barrow;
the city of Los Angeles was The Prime Minister was later o
presented to Prime Minister introduced to the audience with a County Board of Supervisors an
Barrow in the Los Angeles City loud applause. In his address to the Belize's Ambassador to th
Council Chamber. After the event, gathering, Prime Minister Barrow After the reception, the Prime
the Prime Minister and his wife left expressed gratitude for having been Minister and his wife made
the chamber and were greeted by invited, along with his wife, by the themselves available to take
several Belizeans in the rotunda for residents of the city and state of pictures and meet with Belizeans in
photos and brief conversations. California for the three days of attendance.
That same evening, another event activities. After his brief speech, the I arrived in Los Angeles
was held in the Prime Minister's Prime Minister and he entourage California one week before the


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least one letter of reference preferably from a most
recent employer.

Deadline for the submission of letters of application and
other documents is Wednesday, September 15, 2010.


Prime Minister's arrival. I made it
my business to visit the Belizean
hang-outs spots such as; Witty's
Place 48th and Hoover, Cagny
Palacio's Place at 46th and Vermont,
Little Belize Restaurant in
Inglewood Los Angeles, Plum Tree
owned by Mr. Panton and
Oceanside California. I encouraged
many Belizeans to make it their
business to come and have a word
with the Prime Minister and express
their views and concerns about


what is taking place in their
homeland. Some Belizeans believe
that these politicians are only
coming here to make a lot of
promises but as soon as they get
back to Belize it will be business as
usual.
Many Belizeans want to return
home but haven't acquired the
resources they came to the United
States for.


, Belize's Honorary Consul; Hon.
Mrs. Kim Simplis-Barrow; Prime
Mr. Mark Ridley Thomas, LA
id His Excellency, Nestor Mendez,
ie United States of America
With the United States economy
the way it currently is, many believe
that it is more difficult now. Yet,
they want to be acknowledged as
Belizeans and be granted the same
rights and privileges as Belizeans
living in Belize. The issues of; land,
lots, crime, voting and foreigners
taking over the country were their
major concern.
On Saturday morning a breakfast
was held in the Prime Minister's
honour at a Community Park in the
Crenshaw District area of Los
Angeles. This event was packed
again with many Belizeans coming
to greet him. The Prime Minister
kept emphasizing his theme of how
pleased he and his wife were to


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


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

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice.
Any person whose rights and interest may be affected by the
registering of these parcels must get in touch with me before expire
date of this notice between Mondays and Fridays at die Land
Registry, Belmopan


(PATRICI XROBATEAU PEREZ) (I
forREGISTRAR OF LANDS


APPLICATION NO. I RS-201007981
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcels No- 1461,
1462.1463,1464, 1465, 1466, 1467, 1468, 1469, 1470, 1471,
1472-1480.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 2660 of
2003 dated 2nd October, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
35 of 2003 at Folios 895-0(4 in favour of ARLIE PETTERS.

APPLICATION NO, LRS-201007982
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration _Secion.
PEMBROKE HALL, Block No. 1 and being Parcels No. 568 &
569.

These parcels of land are the subject of an Assent No. 1877 of 20)05
dated 11th AIugul. 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of
2005 at Folios 611-620 in favour ofNASARIA CANO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007983
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK'I OWN, Block No, 4 and being Parcel No. 4372.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 1796 of 2005
dated 15th July, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of
2005 at Folios 1283-1300 in favour of NARCISO AVILA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007284
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No, 23 and being Parcel No. 2663.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 216
of 1998 dated 23rd February, 19'9 in favor of NICOLAS JUAN
MEDINA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007985
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/
MESOP, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No 175.

lhis parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1420 of 11%4
dated 1311i No~cnhkbr, 1964 and recorded in Decds Book Vol lmnc 7
of 1964 at Folios 1535-1538 in favour of LIONEL WELCH as Ex-
ecutor of the Will of Grethel Isela Miller (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. I RS-201007986
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2664,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 257
of 1992 dated 19th June. 1992 in favor of EFRAIN MEDINA.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007987
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No, 23 and being Parcel No. 1237.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No 3173
of 2007 dated 12th September, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 38 of 2007 at Folios 1139-1146 in favour of EDGElWATER
HOLDINGS LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008157
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOITH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2994.

This parcel of land is the subjccl of a Deed of Conveyance No. 786
of 1096 dated I 8th March, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 8 of 1996 at Folios 443-452 in favour of WILLIAM
C-A RDINAL McKENZIE Sr.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008158
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PLACENTIA NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 3133.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1961 of 2001
dated 24th May. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volune 26 ol
2001 at Folios 1Or.3-1098 in favour of JOSEPH IIOIGHITON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008159
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PLACENTIA NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 3132.

This parcel of land is the sUlbjccl of a Conveyance No. 1962 of 2001
dated 24th Mkan 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 oi
2001 at Folios 1099-1134 in favour of ESTIIER DORMIER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008160
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PROGRESSO, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 898.

This par el of land is the subject of a Deed of Assent No. 2282 ol
2005 dated 5th October, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
30 of 2005 at Folios 1291-1298 in favour of FRANK STAINE JR.,,
EMIL STAINE, PAUL STAINED, EDNA LOUISE STAINED &
MELISSA STAINED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008165
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and beinyi Parcel No. 774.

Tlus parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 442
of 1981 dated 23rd September, 1981 in favor of SANDRA MOORE
as Executrix of the Will of JULIA SABALA (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20i008166
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Pjacel No. 1843,

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 675
of 1979 dated 17th December, 1979 in favor of MARGARITA A.
DE CHACON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008167
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No 4 and being Pairel No. 3535.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1677 of 2008
dated 10th June, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 20 oi
2008 at Folios )o0-9)6 in favour of JULIE ESCALANTE.


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LI'rI I Horo scopI eriI & ILucky NI flmbT


ARIES:
March 22 to
April 20
The peace you have felt within
yourself could be ruffled. You are
about to hit a phase where you are
active as well as reactive. Try not to
seek too much excitement from your
relationships. At work it will do you
good if you do not allow your
boredom or restlessness to show
through. Lucky Numbers: 08,45,77.

W WTAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
Most of your time this week is likely
to be spent contemplating the future.
There may be some dilemmas before
you making the choice difficult. There
could be a conflict between a desire
to achieve material success or to take
the spiritual road. Lucky Numbers:
03, 54, 69.

GEMINI:
May 22 to June 21
The themes of the week are warmth
and bonhomie. You are more of a
homebody in this phase and focus
on making your dwelling more
comfortable. Your family and loved
ones receive much attention and care
from you. You may even learn some
skills to provide for them better.
Lucky Numbers: 06, 37, 95.


CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
There are indications of spiritual and
mental growth. You interact with
learned men and this stimulates
productive thinking. It will be good
to let go of ill will as your past could
slow down your future growth.
Refrain from arguments or verbal
duals of any sort. Lucky Numbers:
05, 42, 64.

-4 LEO:
July 24 to August 21
Work gets a boost as your proposal
for a loan goes through. It will be a
busy time as you are in the process
of finalising the details of a project.
A money-related problem also gets
resolved. Just do not get wrapped
up in them, rather enjoy the opportu-
nities to unwind that are sent your
way. Lucky Numbers: 10, 27, 88.

VIRGO:
,1/ August 22
to September 21
It is a time when you will compulso-
rily have to direct your attention to
your work. You will have to figure
out smart ways of augmenting your
income. Avoid getting involved in any
scheme that is unethical in nature.
You are driven by the desire to do the
best for your loved ones. Lucky


Numbers: 18, 31, 56.
4 LIBRA:
September 22 to
\ October 23
You may have to consciously work
towards organising your finances.
There will be additional pressure in
the form of personal issues. You may
be gripped by a sense of futility. What-
ever you have done may appear
meaningless. Keep yourself construc-
tively engaged and this too shall pass.
Lucky Numbers: 02, 48, 62.
SU
-' SCORPIO:
October 24 to
November 21
You have accomplished quite a lot in
the recent past and are proud of it.
However in this phase your mood and
motivation levels are likely to be hit.
Harbouring resentment against those
who have wronged you will only hurt
you further. Lucky Numbers: 15,
33, 50.

i SAGITTARIUS:
S. November 22 to
December 21
The coming week sees you in one of
your best forms personally. You are
able to contribute to work in a great
way. There is also a more positive
change in your relationships as you
are more considerate and patient. Be
wary of conniving individuals. Lucky
Numbers: 21, 67, 81.


S CAPRICORN:
S December 22 to
January 20
Your professional expertise not only
brings monetary rewards but firmly
establishes your reputation in your
area of work. Personal equations will
be fulfilling. Some pending problem
that has caused a lot of acrimony may
come to a close. Lucky Numbers:
25, 76, 98.

AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
February 19
You no longer try to justify things that
went wrong. You are able to progress
mentally beyond recrimination, blame
and guilt. You will need to pay addi-
tional attention to elderly people in the
family owing to their state of health.
You extend your generosity to chari-
table causes. Lucky Numbers: 30,
44, 86.

PISCES:
4 February 20 to
March 21
The efforts that you have put in at
work in recent past bear fruit now.
Financial situation becomes better.
Support from family and friends
furthers your determination. There
will be some celebration in the
family. The more you engage
yourself socially, the lighter you will
feel. Lucky Numbers: 12, 35, 49.


j Sccial Investment lund
d basic Needs Trust lund
Constitution Drive, P.O. Box 459, Belmopan, Belize C.A.




The Caribbean Development Bank's Caribbean Technologi-
cal Consultancy Services (CTCS) Network is partnering with
the Belize Social Investment Fund (BSIF) to conduct
two (2)three-day workshops in management techniques for
small contractors in Belize.

The workshops will be held at the Biltmore Hotel in Belize
City on 13th 15th September 2010 and at the George Price
Center in Belmopan City on 16th 18th September 2010.

Contractors from Corozal, Orange Walk and Belize Districts
will attend the workshop in Belize City and contractors from
Toledo, Stann Creek, and Cayo Districts will attend the
workshops in Belmopan City.

Contractors interested in attending the workshop must
complete a pre-registration form available at the Social
Investment Fund.

The form must be submitted no later than Friday, 27th
August 2010.

For further information please contact:
Mr. Mike Zetina
Technical Officer Southern Region
Social Investment Fund
Tel: 822-0239 or 822-0508
Email: mike. zetina(sifbelize. org


PUBLIC UTILITIES
PUBLIC NOTICE


Public Utilities Commission (PUC)

The Public Utilities Commission (hereinafter referred to as
"the Commission"), hereby serves Notice this day, August 18,
2010, to the general public, that with the authority of the Belize
Telecommunications Act, No. 16 of 2002, and the Public
Utilities Commission Act, Chapter 223 of the Laws of Belize,
the Commission has made amendments to the Belize
Telecommunications General Order (Interconnection,
Infrastructure Sharing, International Access) No. 1 of 2010,
and the Belize Telecommunications Interconnection and
Infrastructure Sharing Regulations Order, 2010 that were
issued by the Commission on February 12, 2010.

Reasons for Amendments:
The Commission made the amendments to the Orders to
provide for the better implementation of the objectives of the
Belize Telecommunications Act and for better regulation of the
Telecommunications sector in the public interest.

Availability of Orders:
The full texts of the Belize Telecommunications General Order
(Interconnection, Infrastructure Sharing, InternationalAccess)
(Amended) No. 1 of2010, and the Belize Telecommunications
Interconnection and Infrastructure Sharing Regulations
Order (Amended), 2010, may be viewed at the office of the PUC,
41 Gabourel Lane, Belize City, and are available on the PUC
website, www.puc.bz.

Issued by the PUC on August 18, 2010


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Possession Of His LICENSED Gun Whilst Under
The Influence Of Alcohol Lands Cuban Man In Jail


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Monday, August 16,
2010:
A Cuban man was today
remanded to the Hattieville Prison
after he was found in possession of
his licensed 9 millimeter pistol
whilst sitting at the bar inside a San
Ignacio Nightclub reportedly
intoxicated.
Acting upon information
received, members of the San
Ignacio police Quick Response
Team (QRT), at around 11:30 pm
on Saturday, August 14, visited the
Legends 2000 Night Club located
on Bullet Tree Road in San Ignacio
Town, where they conducted a
search on a male person of Hispanic
descent sitting and drinking at
the bar. The search led to the
discovery of a chrome and black,
Smith & Wesson brand, Model
# 5906, 9 mm pistol, with a
magazine containing 9 live rounds
in a holster tucked in the back of
his pants waist.
He was transported along with
the gun to the San Ignacio police
station where he was identified as
Ibey Miguel Cardinas, 43, Cuban
labourer, residing in the Bella Vista
Area of San Ignacio Town. At the
station he provided genuine
documentation of being the owner
of the licensed gun.


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Ibey Miguel Cardinas, 43
Police suspected that he was
under the influence of alcohol
but their effort to get medical
confirmation was thwarted by
the detainee's refusal to provide
the blood or urine sample necessary
for clinical testing.
The defendant was subsequently
arrested and charged for possession
of a firearm whilst under the
influence of alcohol and for failure
to provide specimen.
He appeared in San Ignacio's
Magistrate court on Monday,
August 16 where he pleaded not
guilty to both charges. Since the
case involved a gun, no bail could
be offered and so he was remanded
to Central Prison in Hattieville for
a month. He will be brought back
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15, 2010.


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GOVERNMENT OF B3ELZJE
HEALTH SECTOR REFORM31 PROJECT
Procur ement of Medicaal Equipment and
Ad ministrativ. e lurni Lure

INVITATION TO BID

The Go~ vemt in ern 1. n [' Refi/e- (007RZ) r-ctclvued. 'r in~lio
the Caribhean IDevelopment Hank (CDRH) t~ward, [ihe cosi tol' a
IIealth Sector Reform Prqject. It is intended that part of the
procceds (fit iis fnaclino. i.iil Ibe applied to elig ible payilclous
Lii der Ii e ccoi lrad 1' (r lie prOLCU remnen I.oli" edical equli pill en I and
adiniuistratwe furniti re.

The Mini try of IcaIth, as the Lxecuting Apcii for U-UJ3L. now
in vites sealed bids rromel ilgib]e i rinm, for the Supply yof Medi cal
EquipmenL.

Con sidcration wxvill be limited to firnis orjoint vcfltelres of tnis
N-1i i ch are I cq11 in y ii o rpaorxd 1r I11 o rwisC* (rgall i yd in, an d havo
thcir pri i i Jpal pacc of uqi i i cq s. 11 pi i eli-oiblI coun ti.- atnl arc Ci -
ii e r:

(a) m ore thali 5OWYi) bcncfi ci allIy-tw-,i cd by ci tizen or citi.cn s ain d:
or boIna [ide re1ideni I.or remident1 % lan elu ibgb]e c intry u r b vi
body Lxmrpo rale or bmi i cs co rporalc inrcc.I Iig thcc ruqui renmci i S,
Of

(b) owii ed o r con i rol led b y L1 bero vern ni en i of1 in el i~gi b]e couil i ry
1T vied t] tat i isl-,aIy an d 511ai i ciallI au toi i i iu io ais d ai id oL]XCm d


Eligible oiuntnies are. Member Countriaes of CDB.

Iniere qed el i.ible bidders N, ioobiLain further in krm iRiin lrnd
inspect the biddilip, document by ctactin- the office of the
Project Manaocirnct e liUit at the address below hbtwccii the
hours of 8.30 a.nm. and 4.30 p.m., local time, Moniday through
Friday.

A complctC swt ofthe biddiag dacunmcnts may be purchased on the
su bmission of a xwrittexi application to the otli c of cth Proj ct

sel.

Bids inust be sub fitted in sealed envel hopes iia rk-ed TENDER
FOR THE CSUIPPLY OF rdI)-I( 'Al, HQUIPNII'NI anid
deFpos i1ed in i~i 'Iider Box at Ihe tiddress bel o %k .by 1 500]) h1ou rs
(local tinie.) m on ioFdrv, No01,~ O 2010. Potential bidder s
Nhvh ,eqL (eL IL I Ihe docttmin L be fo nirded L Vthem a re.r e(uirud
to sitbmita~i a count uanmbrfircin a coulricr aplmt in BellelizNcwhicli
will acep.l FrcighL-CollcI charts. Bids w b ill c opoiied,
ininedila Lely Iheredzfier. H i the. prtsinc-e of Ihbi dders or bidder's
represenltaivO w110 'Wish Lo Z Ltnd. Rids received aller Ihe
prcsciibcd tinic and datc wrvill be rejected, All bids must be.
UM0coI'iup.iid bv a hid scoui-ity ass pocif-iod iii tlie Bidding-
I )ocunmcut.

G O- rBZ does, ot bind itself to accept the low-est or any b id and will
n nt dcfrav ai iv cost incu rrdo b 1.- hi dders.

Hcal i Sctor I iRfrm iProjcctd
Allenlion: Ciiet-fEtcit-ule- Xf:ier
Re: 'roctireincntt of Mcdcial.IEquipmrnent
Ministry of Hualih
Fus I 1ul, I uildiii ~ig, 2""Hor I Ji nolmn -.ul i/.i
Tel (50 1I) 82,1_099
F~ax: (501) 822-0994







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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)


NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


APPLICATION NO. LRS-20J1008169
This parcel oF land is situated in the RegislraLion Section;
DA-NGIRGA SOLTII, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 865.

This parcel ol' land is ihe subject ofl' Deed of'Convevance No. 3436
of 2008 dated 14th November. 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 40 of 2i08 at Folios 819-828 iln fvour of TYSON JASON
MORGAN & TENISHIA PALACIO (Jintly).

APPLICATION _NO. LRS-201U08176
This parcel of land is situated in Lhe Registration Section, IlIIIZF
RURAI NORTH I, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 868.

This lparLcel of la1 is the subject of a Conveyauce No. 3646 of 2001
dated 30Lh November. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 16
of 2001 at Folios 1283-1298 in favour of CHIN-WEN CIIENG &
S1LAN-FENG ClIENG.

APPI[CATION NO. 1.RS-2011110N177
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BEF.IZE
RIK.RL NORU I 1, Bloc.k No. 11 and being Parcel ,ho, 862.

This parcel ol' land is the subject ol'a Conveyance No. 365:1 o1'200 I
dated 30th Novelnbher; 200 I and re corded in Deeds Book Volume 4fi
of 2001 atr olios 1411-1426 in favour of PING-HIUt LIU.

APPLICATION NO. T.RS-20Ilt08178
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE
RI RAI. NORTH I, Block No. 11 and hbing Parcel No. 863.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3653 of 2001
dated 30th November. 2001 aud ru corded in Deu;ads Book Voluenl 46
of 2001 at Folios 1395-I;110 in favour o 'YI-PING CHFN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20l1008179
This parcel of and is situated in the Registralion Seclion. BELIZE
RUR A, NORTH I, BlrckNo. 11 and being Parcel No. 854.

This parcel olland is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3650 o1'2001
dated 30th Novembher 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
46 of 2001 at Folios 1347-1362 in favour of SILING-CIIING
LILU.

APPLICATION NO. I.RS-20l1 08180
This parcel of land is sid is si in the Registrmtion Section, RBE,.IZF
RURAL NORTHI 1, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 853.

This parcel ol' land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3655 ol'2001
dated 30th November; 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 46
olf2001 at Folios 1427-1442 in favoLr of WIEN-CIIIN I.I I.

APPLICAI'ION 0. LRS-2UIO(181S
This plmrcel of land is isitateLl in the Rlgistlralion. Sctlion, UBELIZE
RURA.l NORTH I, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 856.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Convleyance No. 3656 of 2001
dtled 30th November. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 46
of 2001 at Folios 1443-1458 in tfvour of PING-HTTNG 1.117.

APPLICATION NO. 1.RS-201110NIK3
This parcel of land is situated in Lhe Registration Section, BEF.IZE
RURAL NORTH 1, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 861.

This parcel o' land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3657 ol'2001
dated 30th N ovemnber, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 46
o '2001 at Folios 1459-1474 in I.vour ol PING-CHINC IIIT.


Thiis parcl of land is situated in the Registlation Section, BELIZE
RLRAL N ORT'H 1, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 864.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3658 of 2001
dated 30th Novenber, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
46 o' 2001 at Folios 1475-1490 in favour ol PINC-SHITUN
CHFN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008185
This parcel o[ land is si tualed in the RegisLraLion Sec ion, BEL ZE
RURKL NORTHI 1, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 866.

This parcel o'land is the subject o'a Con eyance No. 3647 o1'200 I
dated 30th November. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
46 of 2001 at Folios 1299-1314 in favour i.of F-SHENG CIIENG

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008186
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE
RIURAL NORTH I, Blocr No. I I and being Parcel No. 869.

This parcel o:laind is the suliect oi'a Cont-eyance No. 3649 of1200 I
dated 30th Novcniber, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 46
of 2001 at Folios 1331-1346 in favour of IFL-SIIENG CIIENG

.APPIICATrION NO. rIRS-2010081R7
This parcel of land is situated in the Rceisration Section, BELIZE
RITRAL NORTH I, BlocI- No. II and being Parcel No. 865.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3659 of 2001
dated 3(t)h November. 2001 and rccordxe in I)ccds Boolk Volume 46
o' 2001 at Folios 1491-1506 in favour of HAO-YIAN CHENG.

APPLICAI'ION NO. LRS-201008188
This parcel o[ land is silualed in the Registration Section, BREIZEF
RURIL OISRTI'l, 13lockNo. 11 and being Iarcel No. 860.

This parcel of'laud is the suljecl oFi' Conveyance No. 3660 o 12001
dated .30th Notve rmler 2001 and recorded in Deeds Roc k Vluime 47
of 2001 at Folios 1-16 in favour of PING-CIIUNG LIC &
WEN-CHIN LIII.

APPLICATION _NO. LKS-201008189
This parcel of land is situated in the Registrmtion Section, BELIZE
RUIRAL NORIT I, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 852.

This parcel of' lnd is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3648 of 200 I
dated 3Uth November. 2001 and recorded in )ceds Book Volume 46
ol 2001 aL Folios 1315-1330 in favour ol CHIH-CHI[N( LII".

APPLICAfTION _NO. LRS-201008190
'This purccl of1land is situated in the Registration Section, IlEZII.
RITRA. NORTH 1, Block No. 1 I and being Parcel No. 859.

This punccl of hlnd is the subject of a CounvuyincUN No. 3662 of 2001
dated 30th November. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17
of 2001 at Folios 33-48 in favour of T-CTITN I.EE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008191
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BETI.ZE
RURIL NORTI 1, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 851.

This parcel oi'land is Lhe subject oc'a Conveyance No. 3661 o'200 I
dated 30thl November. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 47
of 2001 at :Folius 17-32 in favour .uf PING-YI LIL.

AP'ILICA1 ON -NO. LKS-201008192
This. parcel o[ land is situated in the RegisLraLion Section, BEIZE
RURAL NORTII 1, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 858.
Plese Tun T Pae 1


APPLICATION NO. I.RS-2AIIIIOMUI


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Santa Elena

Educating I
SANTA ELENA R.C. SCHOOL, bless
Santa Elena Town, Cayo District, He
Monday August 16, 2010: Sch
Santa Elena Primary R.C. School, FL.
with an enrollment of 1013 children wir
and a staff of 38 teachers, launched
a new program this past Saturday sell
August 14, 2010. opi
Teachers enthusiastically gathered chi
as they embarked on this new
adventure. Research based
instructional methods, Brain Based
Instruction, Multiple Intelligences
and Cooperative Learning models
are but a few of the unique
techniques they will be learning.
This program lends to the
'Quality Schools' initiative on
which the Ministry of Education has
embarked. It provides much needed
ongoing training for teachers to
keep up with current international
trends in our changing society.
As the school makes progress
towards being more 'Child
Friendly', it will afford a unique
learning experience for all its
students. Each child will be greeted
at the beginning of the new school
year, on September 1st, with a cadre
of highly trained teachers who will
work together to ensure that every
child get the best quality education
possible.
The program is being facilitated
by Mrs. Abigail Wade (NaRCIE,
IRO for the Cayo District),
under the management of District
Education Center Manager, Mr.
Luis Carballo. The program is
being conducted in collaboration
with Dr. Jennifer Morrow, a
dynamic and creative educator and
supporter of the development of
education in our country.
Santa Elena Primary School is
also networking with a number of
stakeholders and partners in
education, to adopt the M.O.R.E.
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SOUTHERN HIGHWAY UPGRADE PROJECT
MILE 14 TO JALACTE VILLAGE

EIA LODGEMENT AND PUBLIC CONSULTATION NOTICE

The General Public is hereby advised that an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has
been submitted to the Department of the Environment (DOE) by the Ministry of Works
for the Southern Highway Upgrade Project. This project is to upgrade 22 miles of road
from Mile 14 on the Southern Highway to Jalacte Village, Toledo District.


The General Public is hereby informed that the EIA will be available for public review at
the following locations: George Price Center, Ministry of Works,
and Department of the Environment in Belmopan and at the
DOE's website: www.doe.gov.bz.


Kindly be informed that a Public Consultation for the EIA will be held on
Monday 23rd August, 2010 in the evening at 6:30 pm at George
Price Center, Belmopan, Cayo District


The General Public is invited to attend the Public Consultation.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


This parcel ofland i Ithe subjecL oF'a Conveyance No. 3663 oi'200
dated 30th Novemnber; 2001 and recorded in Doeds Book Volume 47
of'2iX)I at [lolios 49-64 in favour of PING-CIANG] CI[HEIN.

APPLICAIOI N N O. LRS-201008193
This pirc~l of laid is- sitmlud in the: ReUiis~rItiun SClioi1L BELIZE
RIURAI. NORTH I, Block No. II and being Parcel No. 850.

This parcel ofland is the subject of a Conveyance No, 3664 of 2001
dalcd 30Lh November, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Hook Volume 47
of12001I at Folios 65-80 in livour olYI-PING CHEN, PING SHIUN
CIEN & PIN G-CIL'ANG CIHEN.

APPLICAI'ION NO. LRS-2.U18J194
This parcel o' land is situated in the Registralion Section. BELIZE
RI:RAI., NORTH 1. Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 857.

TIh is par-cl ol land is Lhi sib ccL ot a Conveyance No. 3665 ol 2001
dated 30Lh November, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book ol Lume 47
of 2001 at I'olios 81-96 in favour of PING-IILNG LIU, PING
CIILUN G LILi & PING-YI LIl.,

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008196
This pa cel of land is siuaited in the Reaistration Scetion. BELIZE
RIURAI. NORTH I, Block No. II and being Parcel No. 867.

This parcel ofland is the subject of a Convoyance No. 3652 of 2001
dated 30Lh November, 21001 and recorded in ])ccds ook Vol ume 46
o1'2001 aL Folios 1379-1394 in Iivoutr a'YI-PING CHEN & PING
SI111UN CILEL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008197
Tils parcel of land is situated in the Reaistration Section, BELIZE
RLRAL NORITH 1, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 855.

This parcel of land i s the subject of a Conveyance No. 3651 of 200
dated 30Lh November, 200 I and recorded to Deeds Book Iol ume '16
of 2001 at I olios 1363-1378 in favour of CIIEI1l-C'1ING LLL..

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2010M)8294
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1273.

This parcel of Iand is the subject o'Ia Minister's FiaLt GranL No. 205
of2005 dated 25thApril, 2005 in favor of R.NDOLPIIJOIINSON
as Administrator of tlie Estate of Rose Avilez (deceased).

APP'LICA:I1(JN NO. LRS-20111U8295
This parcel of land is situated in rhe Rcgistration Section, SAN
ICNACIO SOIUTH, Block No. 23 and being Purcel No. 645.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Ministers f'iat Gunt No, 94 of
20(05i dated 11 th April. 2005 in flavor ao NO L ,IA S EGI A.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008296
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Sectioln, S.\N
IGNACTO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. &1 8.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's 'iat Grian No, 95 of
2005 dated I Ilth April 2005 in Favor of NOELIA SECTGRA.

APP.IC:ATION NO. I.RS-201008301
This parcel ofland is situated inthie Rcgistration Section YO CREEK
VILLAGE, Bllock No. 4 mid being Parcel No. 257.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Coinveyance No. 341 of 2003
dated 29th November, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 46
of 2003 at Folios 175-182 in favour of REBECCA IRBINA.


APPLICATION NO. I,RS-201008303
This parcel oa'land is siLualed in Lhe RegisLraLion Section; ORANCE
WALKTOWN, Block No. 4 and bein Parcel No. 2437.

This parcel of land is the subject oi'a Deed of Conveyance No. 2682
of 1997 dated 5th October, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book
Vulunmc 29 of 1997 at Fulius 947-954 in fa vout of JOHN GILLETL'I

APPL.I(:TION NO. IRS-201008304
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PROGRESSO. Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 999.

This parool of land is the subject of a Deed of Convoyance No, 0241
of 2005 dated 28th D)ecimbr. 2004 and recorded in I)ccds Ikook
Volume 3 J' 2005 at Folios 1051-1058 in [aVOLLF of ADRIAN
ESC _LINITE.

APPLICATION NO. 1,RS-201008305
This parcel of 'lnd is sitiunted in the Registration Section; ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3455.

This parcel of land is the subjiLt i.of it. Deed .lofConvcyuvncc No. 2090
of 1995 dated 9Lh October. 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 23 of 1995 at Folios 483-490 in favour of ROSALIN
M1OORE.

APPLICATION NO. IRS-2010 08308
This parcel of land is situated in the Reagistration Section. PORKt
IOYOL .AV IILLE, I lock No. 45 and Ibing Parcel No. 2170.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Ministoers I;iat Grant No, 133
of 1 93 daled 29th Marcuh. 1993 in falv or ufOS OSCAR ROSADO.

APPLICATION NO. LIRS-201008310
This parcel of lnd is situated in the Rcgistration SecciolL QiU EEN'S
SOIQARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Purcel No. 223.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No, 903
o'2000) dated 1sL Marcih. 20()0 and recorded in needs s ]Hook Volime
12 of"2000 at Folios 13 71 -I 382 in Iavour of OSCAR C. ROSADO
& ELENA S. ROSADO.

APPLICAIfION NO. LRS-20100815
This parcel of land is situated in the Rcgistralion Section. PO])RT/
L.OVOIAVILJF, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 2169.

This parcel ofiland is the siub jei of a Minister's Fiat Gratnt No. 675
oFi 1992 datted Illth January, 1993 in Javor o' OSCAR ROSADO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008316
This parcel oF[ land is illuated in the Registrution Section.
DANCGRTGA. SOU71TH, Block No. 3. and being Parcel No. 1546.

This parcel ol'land is the sulbjcct ola Minister's FiaL Grant No. 38 ol
1998 dated 14th Januarv. 1998 in favor ofr FRANCIS
UllL MLPHIRE YS.

APPT.ICATION NO. ,RS-201008317
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No, 234,

This parcel of land is the subject of a. Minister's Fiat rantNo. 241
of 1992 dated 27th July 1992 in favor of CONRAID NOLBERTO
& ESTHER N)OLBEKRT'O (Jointl).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201008335
This parcel of lnd is sitiLmted in the Registratioi Section, ORANCE
H-ALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3295.


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GALEN UNIVERSITY, Central
Farm,Cayo,Wednesday, August
18, 2010:
In keeping with its vision and
commitment to excellence in
education with a global prospective,
Galen University is proud to
announce the seven scholars
selected to participate in semester-
long exchange programs in the US
and Canada.
Galen realized its vision when
the first student was sent to study
abroad in the fall of 2008. Mrs.
Rhondine Petrof, International
Program Coordinator, explained
that students are selected through
faculty nominations for the various
exchange programs.
Students who are nominated must
meet a minimum Grade Point
Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.
Belizean scholars are highly sought
global ambassadors as their
attendance at Galen's international
partner institutions enriches the host
institutions.
The rewards for both partnering
institutions are reciprocal. Partici-
pating students return to Galen
with greater appreciation of their
identity and learned competencies
in cross-cultural development.
Upon their return the international
experience is shared with the Galen


L-R: Abigail Neal, Esther Neal, Anwar Juan, Gedisa Avella,
Dora Paz and Deangela Woolley Vicky Novelo Not shown


community.
Participating Fall 2010 students
are: Ms. Esther Neal, an Interna-
tional Business major, and Ms.
Vicky Novelo, a Marketing major,
both will be attending the
University of Western Ontario in
Canada.
Ms. Gedisa Avella, an Environ-
mental Science major, will be
attending Trent University in
Canada.
Ms. Deangela Woolley, an
International Business major, will
be studying at the University of
Indianapolis, which is the US
university accrediting seven of
Galen's undergraduate degree


programs.
Participating spring 2011
students are: Ms. Abigail Neal, an
Environmental Science major, and
Mr. Anwar Juan, an Economics
major, who will attend the
University of Western Ontario
in Canada; and Ms. Dora Paz,
a Tourism and Hospitality Manage-
ment major, who will attend Trent
University in Canada.
Five of the six students studying
in Canada were awarded
scholarships through the Emerging
Leaders in the Americas Program
(ELAP).
Trent University awarded Ms.
Gedisa Avella CA$1,000.00


towards airfare along with room
and board on campus.
It is with a great effort from the
students' families that they are able
to study abroad.
We congratulate our students
and their families for making this
wonderful global opportunity
possible.
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1326
o['2004 dlaed 7th June. 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
1R of 2004 at Folios 1063-1070 in favour of RICARDO
VILLANL UEVA.

APPLICATION NO. I ,RS-2011008338
This parcel ofland 15 situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WAILK 'TOWN.) lockk No. 4 and being Parcl No. 3296.

[his parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Convoyance No. 1327
of 2004 daJlcd 1st J un, 2004 anid rcordud in Dedis IBook LVolume
18 of 2001 at Folios 1071-1078 in favour ol' RICARDO
VILI ANI IEVA.

APPLICA 1 _ON NO, LRS-201008339
This parcel of land is situalcd in the Rcgistration Scction.
DANGRIGA SOTTH, Bloc;k No. 31 and being Parcel No. 12;11.

This puccl of land is tILe subjwtl of a Milisler's Flial Grant No.
783 of 2007 daLed 14lt Aui uist. 2007 in i[ivor o[ ANDREW
NT-NE7

APPLICATION NO. ,RS-201008417
This parcel o' land is silLtaled in Lhe RegisLralion Sec-Lion, SAN
IGNACIO N ORTII, 13lock No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1160.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minisler's Fial Grani No. 454
of 2008 dated 27th August. 2008 in favor of RUTH( C. F'KHlAKLIN.

APPTIC NATION NO. I.RS-2010085411
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No, 45 and beina Parcel No. 1406.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Co nveyance No. 1047
of 2008 dated 7th April. 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volumc
13 of 2008 at Ilolios 335-346 in favour of GE-i VA OSBERLN1 K TE
YORK.

APPITC .XTION NO. 1 RS-2011008542
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section.
DANGRIGA SOTTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 532.

This paroc.l of land is the subjoct of a Deed of Convoyance No. 1856
ol'2I006 dated 21sL June, 2006 and recorded in D)ccds NIook Volumec
24 o1f2006 at Folio1 437-454 in favour ofDENTSE M(CKENZIE &
ZE LMLVA MCKLE \ZE.

APPLICATION NO. L.RS-201008590
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
1GNACIO NORI1, 13lock No. 23 and being Parcol No. 2314.

This parcel if land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat G(rant No. 389L
of 2007 dated 13th May. 2007 in favor of ABEL SIMPSON.

APPLICA 'ON NO. L1RS-201008591
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Seclion,
DAN GRIGA SO UTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2471.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's l;iat (;mG t No. 1175
of 2003 dated I (ill December. 2003 in favor of MARK ANTHONY
'HIOMIPSOON.

APPLICATION NO. I.RS-201008592
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORI T, Block No. 31 and being ParIol No. 814.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Assent No, 37 of 2001 dated
4th Januar"-, 2001 and trcorded in Deeds Dook Volume 1 of 2001 at


Folios 799-802 in favour of GLORIA V ILLAI RAN CO, 1AL LINE
LMAX1MO & LMRY LOPEZL

APPT.TCATION NO. I.RS-2010f08593
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1500.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's 'iat Grant No. 606
of 2002 dated 8th Augusl, 2002 in favor of RENI': ClI.

APPLICATION NO. 1.RS-201008594
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section; BFIZF
RU RAL NOR1''ll 1, Dlock No. 11 and being Parcel No, 324.

This parcel of land i s the subject ol'a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 500
of 2006 dated 23rd July, 2006 in favor of GERMAN RAM1IREZ,

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201)008596
'This parc-l of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORL/
LOYOLAILLE, Block No. 45 nid being Pareel No. 178.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fist Grant No. 518
of 1996 dared 31st December, 1996 in favor of DEBORAH
FLOWERS & BERNARD LY.NCH SR. (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2100U8598
This parl-el of land is siLuatcd in lhe Rcgislralion Scction. SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel -o. 1707.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of (Corweyance No. 3559
l' 2002 dated 13ih December. 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 41 of 2002 at Folios 793-798 in favour of LMRILUZ
SALGUERO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-21101186I11
This parcel of land is siLuated in the Registration Section;
DAI GRIGA SOU'il, Ulock No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1010.

This parcel o[' land is the subject of a Deed o' Conveyance No. 518
of 2003 dated 7th Felmuary .'2003 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 7 of 2003 at Folios 1173-1176 in favour of DEAN
JOSEPH.

APPLICAFIION NO. LRS-201008601
This parcel olfland is situaeld in lhe Registration Section. ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel. No. 3415.

'This piurcel ofLind is the subject of a Deed of Colnv yaijUce No. 981
ol' 1995 dated 19th May. 1 9955 and recorded in Deeds Book VolLime
11 of 1995 at Folios 831-838 in favour of FIDEL MARTINEZ.

APPLICATION NO. ILRS-20100f8603
I'his parcel of land is situated in the Registralion Section. ORANGE
WA\ K TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3418.

'This purcel oflanud is tie subjeicci of a LDed of Convey ancu No. 4558
ol' 1996 dated 22nd November. 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 27 of 1996 a.t Folins 1195-1202 in favour of OSCAR
TORRES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20100f860n
''his parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section. ORANGE
WAL .K TOWN, Illock No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3417.

''his parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Rectification No. 835
of 1994 dated 19th April, 1994 and recorded in Doeds Book VolumeC
10 of 199,1 at Folios 921-930 in I'avour of ANA GLADYS
_ME.NJLI1VAR.


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Reporting And Commenting On The Prime
Ministerial Visit To Los Angeles, California


come to Los Angeles in order to be
with his fellow Belizean brothers
and sisters. Again at the conclusion
of the event there was a meet and
greet and photo opts.
Before the night of the gala event
word was going around that all the
350 tickets for the banquet were
sold out. The organizers of the
event which included; Ambassador
H.E. Nestor Mendez; Counsel
General Hon. Roland Yoke and the
Belizean Committee were all
preparing an alternative plan to
accommodate more Belizeans.
The gala event was ram jammed
packed to capacity with surplus
attendees settling for adjacent
accommodations.
It was indeed a fun filled event
with Belizeans were getting down
Belizean style with their Prime
Minister and one person started
shouting; I want some "PUNTER"
meaning "PUNTA". Belizeans
were laughing because, despite the
wrong pronunciation, they knew
exactly what kind of music the
person was asking for.
On Sunday evening Belizeans
lined up to go through security
checks to attend the Town Hall
Meeting at the Recreation Center
in the park.


The Hon. Roland Yorke was the
Masters of Ceremony for the Town
Hall meeting. After acknowledging
the presence of dignitaries in
attendance, he thanked the
Belizean audience for attending the
meeting and all the events that
were held over the weekend.
In his presentation, Prime
Minister Barrow informed of the
state of affairs when his United
Democratic Party took over the
reigns of government from the
People's United Party in February
2008. He highlights many of the
positive accomplishments of his
administration. He also spoke about
the challenges that still lie ahead. In
is trademark upbeat style, the Prime
Minister indicated that despite the
obstacles, the future looks good for
Belize and things are beginning to
look better. He informed that his
government is expending major
efforts in tackling the crime
situation and he expects to see
favourable results very soon.
During the Town Hall meeting,
more Belizeans were coming but
the place was too small so another
meeting was arranged.
At the end of the Prime Minister's
State of Belize Address, questions
from the audience were mostly
about acquiring lands in Belize and


Prime IVllnister Dean Harrow w
Angeles Mayor Antonio Villarai
the problems regarding Belizean
Americans losing their land while
are residing in the United States.
Other questions centred around
the right ofBelizeans living abroad
to vote in Belize elections. The
Prime Minister said that he is in
favour of it but that the legislative
framework and mechanism must be
put into place.
Prime Barrow informed the
gathering that the Dual Citizenship
portion of the 7th amendment to the
Constitution is currently on hold.
He told the audience that there are
plans to reintroduce the proposed
amendment into the House of
Representatives for debate and
possible passage into law.
Belizeans who possess Dual
Citizenships must become proactive


to assist the Prime
Minister in making
sure that this amend-
ment is passed into law
the next time around.
Once this amendment
is passed, the Govern-
ment of Belize will
have a constitutional
obligation to Belizeans
with Dual Citizenships
that must be backed
up by subsequent
legislation and pro-
ith Los grams.
Highlights of all the
Tgosa (R) events were carried
live via the air waves of Belize's
leading radio station, Love FM,
thereby affording Belizeans at home
the opportunity to be a part of
the even. Love FM's Chief,
Rene Villanueva and his camera-
man, Harlem Wagner were
busy conducting interviews with
Belizean Americans.
The event provide an excellent
opportunity for Belizean in Los
Angeles to interact with their
Prime Minister and to get first hand
information regarding his view on
important issues.
The Prime Minister eloquently
espoused his position on the major
issues. It is now left to us as
Belizean Americans to take him
up ensure that he delivers on his
promises.


LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES

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

1.NAMrES Registration Section Block & Cetificae os.
NAMES Certificate Nos.
Parcel Nos.

JOSE M. RODRIGUEZ Xaibe Rural 1/144/1 2434/1999 dated 20/5/1999
CARLOS IAVIER POPPER San Pedro 7/3531 10358/2006 dtd. 7/9/2006
CARLOS JAVIER POPPER San Pedro 7/3532 10361/2006 dtd.7/9/2006

ELIGIO A. FABRO San Jose Palmar 4/1014 7874/2004 dtd. 25/8/2004
DAMIANA GONZALEZ Santa Eetna/Caya 23/709/1 303/20i06 dtd. 15/3/2006

JBCM LIMITED San Pedro 7/591 (H2) 3769/2005 dtd. 26/4/2005
MARK NEAL St. Martin De Porres 45/292 4365/1991 dtd. 19/3/1991
IGNACIO GERMAN VEGA SR. & KAREN VEGA Carmelita 4/1382 Lrs-200902043 dtd. 19/3/2009
IGNACIO VEGA SR. & KAREN VEGA Carmelita 4/1381 Lrs-200902076 dtd. 19/3/2009
ANDRE FELIPE CHANONA Belmopan 20/7512 Lrs-200700604 dtd. 29/11/2007
ROY WHITE Corozal North 1/1172/1 1459/1987 dtd. 30/6/1987
MICHELLE MURRAY Corozal North 1/3762/1 2149/2006 dtd. 24/2/2006

It is proposed to cancel the above Land/Lease Ceitificales after the expiration of twenty-one (21) days from the appearance of
this notice. Any person in possekiion of the iatbwe-mentioned certificates is required to return it to the Belize Land Registry,
Ministry of N natural Resource & the Environment, Belmopan.


(PATRICIA'ROBATEAU PEREZ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS








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COURT DATE 26THAUGUST, 2010
THE LAND TAX ACT CHAPTER 158 OF 2000
BELIZE TO WIT: CAYO JUDICIALDISTRICT

WHEREAS, Complaint has this daybeen laidbefore the undersigned, one of her Majestys Justice of the Peace in and for the said Countryof Belize, that the
persons named in Column 1 of the schedule hereto, being the owner or owners of certainland describe dincolumn 1 of the schedule, and within the jurisdiction of
the court, did neglect, and do still neglect to payarrears of Land Tax, on such land other than in Town, in the Cayo District for the amount set out in column 2 of
the schedule.

These are therefore to command you in Her Majesty's name to be and appear on THUR SDAY, 26th August 2010 at 9:00 AM in the forenoon at the Distict
Court in San Ignacio Townbefore such Justice of the Peace for the said country as may then be there, to answer to the said complaint and be further dealt with
according to law.




SIlDN JOSEPH GARCIA
for Commissioner of Lands and
Surveys


S C H E D U L E


(1) (2)
Description and Situation Amount of Taxes


20.14 Ac res situated at Socie ty Hall
now or formerly of DANIEL BUFFINGTON

2647.71 Acres situated at Mile 43-45
Western Highway now or formerly of
BELMOPAN LAND DEV. CORP. LTD.

10 Acres situated at Eastern Branch
Belize River, now or formerly of CARMEN
COCOM

0.697 Ac res situated at S iety Hall now or
formerly of DALTON ANDREWS

0.697 Acres situated at Unite dville Village,
formerly or now of DALTON ANDREWS

11.02 Acres situated at Society Hall, now
or formerly of DANIEL CHI

Parcel 845 situated at Mount Pleasant, now,
or formerly ofAMADEO BOTES

Parcel 844 situated at Mbunt Pleasant now
or formerly ofAMADEO BOTES

Parcel 842 situated at Mbunt Pleasant now
or formerly ofAMADEO BOTES

Parcel 847 situated at Mhunt Pleasant now
or formerly of AMADEO BOTES

99.961 Acres situated at Society Hall, row
or formerly of CRISPIN BLANCO

17.393 Acres situated at Society Hall, row
or formerly of DANIEL BUFFINGTON

666.73 Square Yards situated at Society
Hall, nowor forme rlyof CLAUDETTE
COLEMAN

1068.15 Square Yards situated at Society
Hall, nowor forme rlyof CLAUDETTE
COLEMAN


$209.46


$262,717.56


$997.70



$1,180.15


$1,243.67


$874.12


$532.40


$266.20


$532.40


$532.40


$9,860.72


$201.40


$159.60



$398.40


(1) (2)
Description ard Situation Amount of Taxes


0.182 Acre situated at Society Hall now
or formerly of ABRAHAM CAYETANO

2.713 Acres situated Northeast of
Benque Viejo, now or formerly of
CIRIACO CONTRERAS


96.837 Ac res situated at Calla Creek, now
or formerlyof GARY CHIEN

50.059 Ac res situated at lMunt Pleasant,
row or formerly of CAROLYN CARR

12 Acres situated at Santa Rosa-Esperanza
Village, now or formerlyof CLAUDIO CRUZ

2404.13 Square Yards situated at Society
Hall, now or forme rly of CHIU CHUNG CHUN

20.006 Acres situated at Kay Works, now
or formerly of CATHAY DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY LIMITED

9 Acres situated at SocietyHall, nowor
formerly of CHERRYMAE AVILEZ

0.1542 Acre situated at SocietyHall, now
or formerly of DANIEL BELLINI

0.1543 Acre situatedat SocietyHall, now
or formerly of DANIEL BELLINI

0.533 Acre situated at Society Hall, now
or formerlyofALEJANDRO ARTHURS

0.3715 Acre situated at Esperanza
Village, nowor formerlyof NORA EILEY

15 Acres situated at Roaring Creek Farm
Layout now or formerly of CECILIA BANNER

0.1238 Acre situated at Esperanza Village,
row or formerly of BETTY AUGUST


$1,350.30


$91201


$11,687.07


$4173.97


$1,247.67


$5,86.72


$72,19830



$424.30


$154.00


$154.00


$162.75


$47831


$154.53


$325.55


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Burying Her Goldfish


Little Nancy was in the
garden filling in a hole when the
neighbor peeped over the fence.
Interested in what Nancy was
doing, he politely asked, "What
are you up to there, Nancy?"
"My goldfish died," replied
Nancy tearfully, without looking


up, "and I've just buried him."
The neighbor was concerned,
"That's an awfully big hole for
a goldfish isn't it?"
Nancy patted down the last
heap of earth then replied,
"That's because he's inside
your stupid cat!"


1.663 Acres situated at Society Hall, now
or form early ofAUGUSTIN GORDON


As part of their orientation a
group of Army Recruits were
taken to a Home for Senior
Citizens to visit a Veteran Army
General to hear of his experience
in war.
He said "There was this one
time while on a mission in the
deep jungle, a lion jumped out


Alberta, Canada is firmly commit-
ted to working with Belize's
Ministry of Education and, with the
assistance of Rotarians from
District 5370 in Canada, has
generously donated software,
teaching aids, computers and many
containers of educational material
to Belize over the past three years


and went ROAR. I crapped
myself."
One of the recruits said
"That's understandable, we
would be scared of a lion,
too."
The old man said "No, I mean
just now, I crapped myself
when I went ROAR"!


in support of this project.
The gratitude and the thanks of
all teachers and students in Belize
who will benefit greatly from the
generous donations of time and
money, are offered to our Canadian
friends and the dedicated Rotarians
throughout Belize whose time
and efforts has made this project
possible.


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0.708 Acre situated at Succotz Village, now
or formerly of DAVID CHAN

0.281 Acre situated at Esper ara Village, now
or formerly ofAMIN AUGUST

1.006 Acres situated at Mile 71 Western
Highway, now or formerly of CHRISTOPHER
AIRD

0.3751 Acre situated at St. Matthew Village,
now or formerly of DOLORES ALVARADO

0.1889 Acre situated atE speranza Village,
now or formerly of ALEXANDER CRAWFORD

10 Acres situated at Cotton Tree Village, now
or formerly of ADOLFO BAIZA

0.0115 Acre situatedatSuccotz Village, now
or formerly ofARNALDO CHUC

0.1148 Acre situated at Succotz Village, now
or formerly of BENIGNO CHAN

0.75 Acre situated at Santa Rosa- Esperanza
Village, now or form erly of OLIVIA EWING

0.2090 Acre situated at BulletTree Falls
Village, now or form early of SAMUEL ESCALANTE

14.685 Acres situated at Unitedvill e
Village, now or formerly of DAVID CLARK

398.958 Acres situated at Young Gal/Mcrae
now or formerly of DEVON BROOKS

5 Acres situated at society Hall, now or
formerly of DYLAN BARROW

200 Acres situated at Society Hall, now
or formerly of TARAH FARMS LIMITED

2101.28 Acres situated at Mile 40-42
VWstern Highway, now or form erly of
UNIVERSAL INVESTMENT LIMITED

24.999 Acres situated West of Calla Creek
Village, now or form early of CLEOFAS
BROASTER

5995.796 Acres situated at Mile 37
Western Highway, now or form early of
BELIZE TAIWAN MARICULTURE LIMITED

Parcel 634 situated at Society H all, now or
formerly of ALFONSO CASTELLANOS

43.5 Acres situated Northeast of Succolz
Village, now or form erly of ALFRED
BAUTISTA

11.02 Acres situated at S society H all, now or
form early of DANIEL CIENFUEGOS


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ANTHONY NORALES
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE


The General's Accident


Ministry of Natural Resources

and the Environment

escptionandSituation AmountofTaxes
D escripti on and Situation Am ount of Tax es


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