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Publication Date: September 5, 2010
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SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Monday, August 30, 2010:
San Ignacio police believe that
they have one of two persons
believed to have been responsi-
ble for the August 26, robbery
of a bar in Santa Elena Town.
Acting upon information
received at around 11:15 pm on
Thursday, August 26, a team of
policemen rushed to the La
Gatita Bar located on Carillo
Puerto Avenue, Santa Elena, The Accused
where Perla Maythe Maza, 25, Darrel Pinelo, 20,
Queen Of The West 2010-11
Is Miss Daneillie Rodriguez,
NOVELOS CONVENTION
CENTER, Santa Elena Town,
Cayo District, Saturday, August
28, 2010:
A large gathering packed the
Novelos Convention Center in ,
Santa Elena Town, Cayo this past
Saturday night to witness the
pageant as seven lovely and
courageous young ladies displayed
their best performances in the
competition for the coveted title of /
Queen of the West 2010-2011. :
The seven contestants were
Cindy Anthony (Esperanza),
Cindy Baldera (Trapiche Area)
Azmin Barrera (Georgeville),
Sheniece Miralda (Esperanza), Pholo: A.MIS
Verrandine Oakly (Santa Elena), ----.--
Daneillie Rodriguez.


Oueen Of The West 2010-11


I ELENA BAR ROBBERY


Guatemalan, co-owner of the
bar, reported that about 15
minutes earlier, at around 11: 00
pm, she was inside the bar along
with bar workers and some
customers when two male


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Monday, August 30, 2010:
After evading the long arm of
the law for five days, a 27 year
old Santa Elena male resident
was, on Friday, August 27,
formally arrested and charged
for assaulting two Santa Elena
men with a firearm.
Police reports that on Sunday,
August 22, Fernando Gonzalez
and Eugene Flowers reported
that they were sitting in their
yard located at #187 Western
Highway being the premises
popularly known as Hot Point
when at around 10:00 pm,
two male persons, reportedly
identified as Luis Garcia and
Patrick Gordon suddenly
appeared in the yard where
Gordon is said to have taken out
a handgun and reportedly fired
3 shots at them after which he
reportedly handed the gun to
Garcia who fired an additional


persons entered with their
t-shirts covering their faces.
According to the complainant,
one of the assailants was armed
with a handgun while the other


Patrick Gordon,
The Accused
two shots in their direction
fortunately no one was injured.
The incident triggered
the immediately launching of a
manhunt for Gordon and Garcia.
Gordon was detained five days
later while Garcia remains at
large.
He appeared in San Ignacio's
Magistrate Court on Monday
August 30 and was remanded ot
prison. The case was adjourned
for Tuesday, October 26, 2010.


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John Doe Buried In Benque
BENQUE VIEJO TOWN, Cayo leading investigators to rule out foul
District, Wednesday, September play.
1, 2010: No documentary identification
At around 6:30 pm on Monday, was found on the body thereby
August 30, the attention of Benque resulting in a John Doe label.
Viejo police was drawn to the A post mortem examination
presence of a body floating in the conducted by Dr. Hugo Sanchez . _
Mopan River in the village of San certified the cause of death as
Jose Succotz. "Broncho aspiration due to
Police rushed to the scene where drowning'".
they observed the apparent lifeless Since the body could not be
body of a Hispanic male person, associated with any report held NEW: 74 or 380 Acre Farm on BARTON CREEK
approximately 5 12 feet in height, by the police and with no one Agriculture/Tourism Potential
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early state of decomposition, clad identification, John Doe was
only in a pair of blue jeans pants, buried at around 10:00 am on
was pulled to the bank of the Wednesday, September 1, at the A
river. A close inspection revealed no cemetery on the Arenal Road in FoT Ag cly flur/ l Ni/s
obvious signs of injury thereby Benque Viejo Town.
REMANDED FOR SANTA ELENA BAR ROBBERY
l ilir the San Ignacio Community
was armed with a knife. They Hospital where she was treated
reportedly demanded money and by Dr. Guillermo Rivas who A DO YOU HAVE
made off with approximately certified the extent of the injury FO R PROPERTY
$900 from the cash register as harm.
along with 4 cellular telephones The investigation led to the SA LE TO SELL?
each valued at $250 for a total arrest of Darrel Pinelo, 20, .
value of $1,900. Belizean labourer of #25 George We can introduce your
In a reported struggle with the Price Avenue, Santa Elena Town. property to buyers
assailant carrying the knife, the Pinelo was formally charged in Belize
bartender, Sharon Deras, 19, on Saturday, August 28 and was and in America
Belizean, of a Trapiche Area taken to court on Monday,
address in Santa Elena sustained August 30 where the case was ad the world.
an injury to the left side of the adjourned until Tuesday, August
neck and the middle finger of 26, 2010.
the left hand. The accused was remanded to
Deras was transported to prison.

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Take A Bold Stand When ANY One, Not
Only Chinese, Are Innocently Harmed
Dear Editor: the last national shutdown by the
I took note of the cooperative Chinese business community was
initiative taken by the Belize staged in April of 2005 when
Chinese Association and Chinese another Yue, Susan Yue was killed
businesses nationwide last week to in Orange Walk Town. I find these
close down their places of business supposed "stands" by the Chinese
supposedly in protest of the killing community to be more divisive
of the 14 year old child, Helen Yue. than anything meaningful or
While it disheartens me to read constructive.
of yet another murder taking My suggestion to the Belize
place in our country (especially Chinese Association, Chinese
considering it was the murder of Belizeans and Chinese nationals
an innocent child), I must doing business in Belize is simple:
emphasize that this young lady Rather than taking a bold stand only
has not been the only innocent when someone who looks like you
victim of murder recently in our or speaks like you is innocently
country. murdered, take a bold stand when
Everyone including Chinese ANY Belizean or anyone for that
Belizeans and Chinese nationals matter is innocently harmed in our
doing business in Belize should feel country. Then and only then can
no more empathy for this child you expect any kind of respect or
than any other innocent victim of support for your supposed "stand"
murder in our country. against crime.
According to Channel 7 News, Randy Griffith
She Lost Her Life, I Did Not
Dear Editor, The gunman then moved towards
I am a thirteen year old student my dad with the gun pointed it at
attending St. Ignatius High School him, I thought that would be the end
in Santa Elena Town Cayo District. of my dad. I pass out and I did not
My teacher gave me a home-work remember the rest but up to this day
to choose a newspaper article and I still feel scared when I see any one
write a journal, dressed in full black I would start
Please find below my journal to panic.
based on the article Hellen Yu's I was so lucky the gun man did
murder. not shoot me, but this was not so
This article was very heart for Helen, she lost her life, I did
breaking for me to the point that I not. It is just so sad to hear
cried, how someone can do such a everyday someone getting shot.
tragic thing to an innocent girl like Every time I turn on the news I am
that. fearful of what or who I might see
I am a Creole Belizean and this getting shot.
reminded me a lot of an incident Our youths need to be involved
when I was younger. in constructive activities, like
I was about 9 years old when a playing sports or going back to
gun man approached my parents' school.
shop. My mom and I were reading I can't wait for the day when I
behind the counter, my dad and a would listen to the news and hear
customer were conversing outside, no violence.
all of a sudden I saw this man in My heart goes out to all those
full black approaching my mom and mother who have lost a child to gun
told her to give her all the money. I violence. I am BELIZE!
got scared and started to cry. My T Reneau
mom slowly gathered the money Student
and gave it to him. St. Ignatius High School


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Noise Pollution Is Grounds
Dear Editor;
I last put an article in the STAR
Newspaper on May 21, 2009 about
the nightclub Faya Wata. Since then
we have worked hard to try and
solve this problem. We have written
to the Mayor and he did nothing
about it. We then went to the Area
Representative, Hon. Elvin Penner
and he also did nothing.
We sent letters to the Liquor
Licensing Chairman who is doing
nothing when in actuality he is the
person to do it. Is it because he is
related to the people who own Faya
Wata?
The people from the Department
of the Environment wrote to them
but again nothing was done by
the Liquor License Chairman, no
amount of complaints seems to help.
Our last line of defence is the
police because all the other persons
leave work at 5:00 p.m. daily and
the problem start at 10: p.m. until
either 2,3, 4 a.m. every Thursday,
Friday, Saturday.
When you call the police they tell
you that the club has a license.
These policemen are wrong because
nowhere on an extension does it say
you can play loud noise. Noise
pollution is illegal, it is against the
law.
On Saturday, August 21, at about
11:30 p.m. myself along with the


To Refuse A Liquor License
license holder of Faya Wata in the
company of Sr. Supt. Cherster
Williams and his assistant Mr. Mai
did a sound reading. We stood at
the Tropicool Hotel and the base
was loud. By the time we finished
you could just hear the base at my
Tropicool Hotel. The Decibel
Reading was between 50-60
Legally it should be 45 in our area
which is legally classified as
residential/commercial.
I told Mr. Williams once he leaves
the base sound will go up. The
owner of Faya Wata said no. Mr.
Williams said that if it did I should
call him. Well guess what? Not 10
minutes after Mr. Williams and his
team left, the base went up. I
phoned the owner and got
voicemail. I spoke to my guests and
they could hear it. This is a
residential area as well as commer-
cial but all shops close at 9:00 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
Myself and other hotels have lost
a lot of money to this noise. The
Liquor License Act states that noise
pollution is grounds to refuse a
Liquor License Two years is too
long, I want to move back in to my
living room quarters.
A. M. Wollacott
On Behalf ofeveryone who has to
suffer while no one does anything
to solve this ongoing problem.


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Tel: 824-2031 Fai: 824-3029
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A Good Year
BEST WESTERN BELIZE
BILTMORE PLAZA HOTEL,
Friday, August 27, 2010:
Belize City's Best Western Belize
Biltmore Plaza Hotel was the venue
today for the 9th Annual General
Meeting (AGM) of the Belize
Water Services Limited (BWSL).
The highlights of the event were
reports on the state of the
majority Government of Belize
owned company, presented by the
Chairman of the Board of Directors,
Herman Longsworth and by the
company's Chief Executive Officer,
Alvan Haynes.
In his report, Chairman
Longsworth informed that "The
Company increased its overall
profits in the reporting period by
136% from 2.069 million dollars
in 2008/09 to 4.878 million
dollars in 2009/2010. This
increase in profits was, for the
most part," informed Chairman
Longsworth "as a result of exem-
plary efforts of the Management
and Staff at reducing cost by 5.2 %,


For Belize Water Services


Herman Longsworth,
Chairman of the Board of
Directors
from 27.604 million dollars to
26.169 million.
Chairman Longsworth went on to
inform that "despite an increase of
2.3% in the volume of water
consumed by our customers over
the previous year, the company
managed to decrease water


production by 4.3%. This" he said
"is a direct result of the most
commendable efforts of the
Operations Department and in
particular the Non-Revenue
Water section of that department."
He informed that "the amount of
Non-Revenue Water has gone
down from 34.5% last year to
29.4% this year. This remarkable
improvement" said Chairman
Longsworth "has resulted in B WS'
Non-Revenue Water becoming a
model in the region and in other
parts of the world. "
In terms of capital investment the
Chairman informed that the "Caye
Caulker water project was
completed; extensive upgrades
were done to the distribution
network on the south side of
Belize City. Systems were
expanded in Belize City,
Belmopan, Punta Gorda, San
Ignacio and Benque Viejo
Town. Other improvements and
refurbishments were done to
existing assets throughout the


Every Child Deserves A Teacher Of The Year


BY- Juan Villanueva
Teacher, Santa Elena RC Roman
Catholic School
Dear Belizeans,
For too long, schools have been
run in the traditional "chalk and
talk" method where the teacher
leads instruction and the children
just follow.
I wish to share with you
an interesting and innovative
Leadership program that Santa
Elena Primary School has embarked
on, that will lead our children to new
and exciting learning opportunities.
It is a one year program, sponsored
by Belize Natural Energy Trust, in
collaboration with Independent Day
School in Florida, and endorsed by
the Ministry of Education which
promotes a more "child centered"
education, geared towards the
holistic development of the


individual learner.
While some teachers were still
enjoying their last few days of
summer vacation, our staff at Santa
Elena Primary School in the Cayo
District, were engaged in an eight
day workshop facilitated by an
energetic fascilitator Mrs. Abigail
Wade from NaRCIE.
This year long pilot program will
help us to cater for an inclusive
classroom environment where ALL
learners are welcome and provided
with an equal opportunity to learn.
To do so, we must first get to know
our learners, identify which are
their intelligence (in which way
they learn best), and match our
teaching methods to the way
learners learn.
The staff at Santa Elena Primary
School invites other schools and
other teachers to make learning


more fun, interesting and meaning-
ful to all learners.
Education is dynamic, thus we
must be in tune to new ideas,
strategies and brain research which
will help enhance education where
no child is left behind. We are sure
that just as Santa Elena Primary
school staff has embraced this
vision of a happy school as the root
of a happy child, there are many
other teachers out there who have
a passion for teaching and are
committed to the holistic education
of every individual learner.
As passionate teachers, we must
keep in our minds and our hearts
that teaching is "All About Kids,"
and each child entrusted in our care
truly deserves a "Teacher of the
Year!"
Yours in education,
Juan Villanueva


Alvan naynes,
Chief Executive Officer
country."
Apart from the hard work and
dedication displayed by the Board
of Directors, Management & Staff,
"The success of the company"
informed Chairman Longsworth "is
also due in large part by the
unwavering support received
from the Government of Belize
who this year, for a second
consecutive year, elected to
forgo its dividend as the majority
shareholder allowing for the
historic payment of 15 cents per
share to minority shareholders."
For his part, apart from
reiterating remarkable achieve-
ments of the company this year,
Chief Executive Officer, Alvan
Haynes informed that "The
Company has achieved its
highest profit to date, primarily
due to successful efforts to reduce
costs. CEO Haynes additionally
informed that "The main contribu-
tor, Water Sales Revenue of 30.5
million dollars, up from 29.563
last year, increased by 3.2% driven
by an increase in the volume of
water sold. The company ended
the year with 45,537 active
customer connections which went
up from 44, 610 last year."
On the operations side, CEO
Haynes informed that "Due to
aggressive leak detection and the
success of pressure management
exercise, the Company's water
production for this financial year
decreased by 4.3% from 2,801
million US gallons last year to
2,679 million US gallons this
year. This reduction" said CEO
Haynes "resulted in decreases
in electricity and chemical
consumption during the year.
CEO Haynes informed that "the
increase in revenue due to
increased reduction in water loss
(Non-Revenue Water) resulted
from the Company's aggressive
monitoring and proactive search
for leaks, illegal connections and
pressure management exercises.
It also represents the lowest
Non-Revenue Water record in the
Company's nine year history. "
Another highlight of the event was
the raffling of several fabulous
prizes including a round trip to
anywhere in the continental USA
plus $500 cash, a washer, a 42"
flat screen television set and
cellular telephones among other prizes.


FOR SALE

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGE
The Belize National Building Society, a society duly formed and registered under the Laws of
Belize with registered office situate at #40 Will & Sharper Street, Belize City, hereby gives notice
of its intention to exercise its Power of Sale on an unregistered mortgage between those hereinafter
named and the said society. The said Belize National Building Society will at the expiration date
30th September 2010, sell the property described in the schedule hereto.

All offers to purchase the said properties must be made in writing to and full particulars and condi-
tions of sale may be obtained from the Belize National Building Society.


THE SCHEDULE
One Split level concrete dwelling house situate on land Parcel No: 2828; Block 20; Registration
Section: Belmopan, Belize District, being the intended property of Christobal Marin.


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ARIES:
March 22 to
JJ April 20
The coming week is likely to be full
of activity where you feel motivated
to do something better. Doctors and
practitioners of alternative medicine
will do well. You will see your
strengths and weaknesses with
greater clarity and will try to use
your strengths more effectively.
Lucky Numbers: 16, 44, 76.

* TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
A tricky phase for you. You will be
driven by the goals to strive for
greater common good. Apart from
that, there will be a desire to
express yourself and your
capabilities in the grandest fashion.
There could be some revelations,
some vivid dreams that keep you
thinking. Lucky Numbers: 21, 49,
82.

/I\ GEMINI:
May 22 to June 21
You are desirous of seeing actual
changes in your professional life.
However, you must realise that
you will have to bring in more
discipline and do away with your
lackadaisical attitude. You may have
to reorganise your routine for
greater productivity. You will need
to cut down on your social
activity.Lucky Numbers: 10, 26,
78.

CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
.There are indications of success
coming your way in your
endeavours. This is happening
because you could now be
motivated by a goal of personal
excellence rather than a desire to
show off or prove a point. This
spurs you to plan for your future.
Lucky Numbers: 22, 54, 96.

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LEO:
Hr July 24 to
August 21
There are many ideas running
through your mind and the most
prominent ones are those which
revolve around high and lofty
ideals. Have a realistic assessment
of your limitations in mind. It
simply means if you take risks,
take the calculated ones. Lucky
Numbers: 50, 67, 89.

+An VIRGO:
ii August 22
to September 21
You will acutely feel the need for
money and will strive to manage
resources in the best possible
manner. Also, in a bid to find
comfort, you may socialize and
meet lots of people. Whatever you
do, please bear in mind that there is
hardly anyone whose all sectors of
life are balanced. Lucky Numbers:
24, 71, 88.

LIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
You need keep emotions aside and
develop practical outlook towards
life. If you focus too much on
others, you may lose out on
shaping up your life. Build
yours and do not wait for the ideal
conditions before you embark on
this process. You enjoy your
domestic responsibilities rather than
resent them. Lucky Numbers: 05,
32, 48.
V
"-' SCORPIO:
'\ October 24 to
November 21
You genuinely reach out to the
people who are in need. There will
be a marked improvement in your
physical health. You are happy with
the outcome of your efforts but
make sure that your goals are also
aligned with the goals of loved ones,
or else there could be a conflict.
Lucky Numbers: 03, 27, 95.

SAGITTARIUS:
' November 22 to
December 21
You are much more amenable to
suggestions. You turn towards
work with a desire to make every
minute count. You need to
manage time well. Parents need
time and attention. Make sure
that when you do it, it is out of
compassion and concern. Lucky
Numbers: 30, 47, 69.

fe CAPRICORN:
December 22 to
January 20
The theme of this week is
self-improvement. You are drawn


Iou Hoocp &, Lucky Numbers


A mechanic was removing a
cylinder head from a car when a
world-famous heart surgeon came
in to get his car serviced.
The heart surgeon was waiting for
the service manager.
The mechanic shouted across the
garage, "Hey Doc come over
here and let me ask you a
question?"
The famous surgeon, a bit
surprised, walked over to the
mechanic.
The mechanic straightened up,


Ben took his dog to the vet this
morning and said sadly "Doctor,
I'm afraid I'm going to have to
ask you to cut off my dog's tail."
The vet stepped back, "Ben, why


A man called 911 and spoke
frantically into the phone, "My wife
is pregnant and her contractions
are only two minutes apart!"


towards activities and people who
have the capacity to bring about
appreciable changes in your
life. You will be required to make
certain attitude changes or issues
with loved ones or colleagues may
arise. Lucky Numbers: 65, 72, 85.

AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
February 19
Legal issues might bother you.
Use tact and objectivity while
negotiating terms of any agreement.
There could be some snag in
communication or a delay in
the results you are expecting. You


wiped his hands on a rag and asked,
"So Doc, look at this engine. I
have it wide open, I am repairing
the valves, resurfacing the pistons,
changing the rings and when lam
finish this engine will work like
new. So how come Iget a pittance
and you get the really big money,
when you and I are basically
doing the same work?"
The surgeon paused, smiled,
leaned over, and whispered to the
mechanic, "Try doing it while it's
running."


should Ido such a terrible thing?"
"Because my mother-in-law's
arriving tomorrow, and I don't
want anything to make her think
she's welcome."


"Is this her first child?" the
dispatcher asked.
"No, you idiot!" the man
shouted, "This is her husband!"


Come And Share Your Views On
The Downtown Tourism Project


BY: Vallan Hyde
Town Administrator
San Ignacio/Santa Elena
WEDNESDAY, September 1,
2010:
The San Ignacio/Santa Elena
Town Council extends a cordial
invitation to all residents of the Twin
Towns and surrounding communi-
ties to attend a public consultation
meeting at the Cultural Centre in
San Ignacio Town on Tuesday,
September 14, 2010, commencing
at 7:00 p.m.
The main purpose of the meeting
will be to discuss the "Downtown
Tourism Project" which is
scheduled to commence later this
year.
Taxi operators, business
owners and all concerned about
development taking place in
our municipality are especially
encouraged to attend and to please
be on time.


This is a public Service Message
from your San Ignacio/Santa
Elena Town Council.

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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, I, PATRICIA ROBATEAU PEREZ, for
Registrar of Lands, hereby 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 expiry date of this
notice between Mondays and Fridays at the Land Registry, Belmopan.



(PATRICL ROBATEAU PER ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LAN DS

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901590
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
JOAQUIN/SAN MAXIMO, Block No. 1 being Parcel No. 405.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1480 of
2005 dated 30th June, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 19 of
2005 at Folios 1305-1318 in favour of MICHAEL E. GRAUER &
MARY E. GRAUER (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009023
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4028.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 722 of
2008 dated 14th November, 2008 in favour of FRANCISCO JAVIER
REJON.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009024
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4133.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 726 of
2007 dated 25th October, 2007 in favour of ALMA TORRES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009025
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTIN DE PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No.
758.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 451 of
2003 dated 31st May, 2003 in favour of CLIFFORD SLUSHER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009026
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1349.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 853 of 1983
dated 3rd September, 1983 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11 of
1983 at Folios 541-548 in favour of JOHN ANTHONY BUSANO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009028
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S
SQUARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1373.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed if Gift No. 3216 of 2008
dated 6th November, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 39 of
2008 at Folios 69-78 in favour of ISAAC CABB SR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009030
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ANN
GABOUREL, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3333.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1892 of 1994
dated 2nd September, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 22 of
1994 at Folios 571-522 in favour of JOAQUIN URBINA SR.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009031
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 AND BEING Parcel No. 1487.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Vesting Assent No. 3731 of 2006
dated 29th November, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 44 of
2006 at Folios 343-350 in favour of VERA PARTIS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009034
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1257.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2790 of 2002
dated 24th September, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 32 of
2002 at Folios 1401-1408 in favour of JOSE A. GALLEGO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009035
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1253.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1288 of
1987 dated 11th November, 1987 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
13 of 1987 at Folios 455-464 in favour of MARTA AURORA
HABET.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009309
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
CARMELITA, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 849.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 217 of
2006 dated 11th May, 2006 in favour of ORLANDO DE LA FUENTE
& MARIA DEL CARMEN DE LA FUENTE (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009310
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 2079.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Assent No. 562 of 2008 dated
29th February, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 of 2008 at
Folios 921-936 in favour of WINSTON LEONEL DAKERS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009311
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CONSEJO,
Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 204.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1161 of 1981
dated 24th August, 1981 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11 of
1981 at Folios 913-920 in favour of HOWARD C. GONZALEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009316
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcels No. 336, 337
& 338.

These parcels of lands are the subject of a Conveyance No. 2500 of
2003 dated 16th September, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 33 of 2003 at Folios 1019-1024 in favour of JUDITH LINO
ARZU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009318
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcels No. 1229 &
1293.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 2501 of
2003 dated 16th September, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 33 of 2003 at Folios 1025-1030 in favour of JUDITH LINO
ARZU.


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vie PUBLIC NOTICE

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.

Issued by the PUC on July 19, 2010


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LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES

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

Registration Section Block &
NAMES Parcel Nos. Certificate Nos.
MANUEL DE JESUS MENCIA R. Belmopan 20/2438/1 2713/1995 dtd. 13/6/1995
JACOB PETERS Fireburn 9/315/1 Lrs-200810014 dtd. 29/12/2008
HERMAN JONES & (ANGELA JONES Deceased Esperanza Village 23/95/1 4318/2003 dtd. 9/6/2003
Estate of ALEXANDER ENCALADA Lake Independence 45/759/1 2777/1988 dtd. 13/10/1988
ECO HOLDINGS LIMITED Long Caye 47/153 Lrs 200807000 dtd. 8/9/ 2008
ECO HOLDINGS LIMITED Long Caye 47/199 Lrs 200806987 dtd. 8/9/2008
ELSA VASQUEZ Society Hall 24/3835 Lrs 200701372 dtd. 19/12/2007
ISABEL CASTANEDA Xaibe Rural 1/483 2540/1996 dtd. 10/6/1995
SHELMADINE CADLE Vista del Mar 16E641 5111/2002 dtd. 27/6/2002
JAVIER BERBEY Vista del Mar 16/1756 8992/2005 dtd. 28/9/2005
Estate of SAMUEL F. SMITH Belmopan 20/717-718 6163/1997 dtd. 28/11/1997
LEOCADIO ALPUCHE JR. Ten Pound Caye 1/160 3222/1992 dtd. 10/6/1992
HELILITO M. GABOUREL Belmopan 20/5671 2588/2004 dtd. 18/3/2004

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



(PATRICL~~YROBATEAl PElEZ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR Of LANDS


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ARRIVAL OF DIALYsis MACHINES AT KHMH


BELZE SIGNS REGIONAL PROJECT FOR SUBSIANCF ARISF


A shipmeil of dialysis
machines along with other
equipment and supplies
were delivered on Monday
Aug ust 2"', 2010 at the
Karl Hcusner
Memorial
Hospital m the
presence of Dr.
Gary Longsworth, Chief
Executive Officer. KHMH
along with other members
from the Haemodialysis
Project task force.

The forty foot container
valued at approximately
BZ$1.5 million also
included accompanying


equipment and supplies
such as reverse osmosis
machines, mixing tanks,
carbon tanks and dialsis
recliners for both Karl
Heusner Memorial
Hospital and La Lomrna Luz
Adventist
Hospital. _

The task
force also
welcomed Mr. Richard
Parson of WORTH, He
will be assisting in the set
up of the machines at both
hospital and he will also
he providing training to
biomedical technicians.


The National Drug Abuse
Control Council, Ministry
of Health along with
regic nal representatives of
the United
Nations.
Office on
Drugs and
Crime
(UNODC)
signed on to Project AD/
CAM-H90 on August 3',
2010. This project's
object, es are to improve
the overall treatment,
rehabilitation, social
rcintcgration and
vocalional services of


,substance abusers in the
entire Central American
region through a
coordinated network.

Honourable Pablo
Marnn. Minister of
Health signed on
behall'of ihe M\ini.str
of Health and Ms.
Melva Ramirez signed for
UNODC.

Member countries of this
project include Belize,
Costa Rica. El Salvador,
Guatemuia, Honduras,
Nicaragua and Panama.


DENTAL DEPARTMENT RECEIVES ADDITIONAL DENTAL
EQUIPMENT
The Dental department of possible through Rotary
the Ministry of Health l international and the
received a donation of Beli7e City Council. I ler
dental equipment to assist Worship Zenaida
inl the fight Moya, Mayor of
agamsinst ^ifiA Belize City along with
carics. A representatives from
brief .i Rotary International
handing- along with slafTofl he
over dcnilal dcparliniciil of
ceremony took place on the Ministry of Healthl
Tuesday August 10, 2010 %,ere present at the
at 1:30prm at the Ccnlral handing over of the
Health Region Confeience equipment and supplies,
Room. The donation The donation will be
valued at approximately distributed in denial
BZ$40,00Owas made clinics across the country.


MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND KHMH UPDATE PUBLIC ON
DENGUE SITUATION


According to the most
recent slaliktics, the
number of reported cases
of Classical Dengue at
week 33 stands at 853,
while I lkndurus has
reported 11,000 cases and
Ciatemala has seen
approximately 6,000 cases
so fr,
The Ministry of Health
and Karl HIIcLIner Memo-
rial Hospital held a Press
Conference on August
18th, 2010 to update the
public on the lutct siLuu-
tion with Dengue and also
how the nation's only
public referral hospital.
KIlMII is dealing with the


cases in the Belize District
wlieie the greatest num-
bers have been reported.
During the month of
August, the Minitry has
sincLe col laborated with
other partncr.s to conduct
Clean-Uip Campaigns in
Maya Center, lella Vista
and in Belize City.
The Ministry of I health is
comminied to continue
working with al partners
in the fight against Den-
gue.

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Belmopan
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How To Get Rid Of Gangs


In Belize The Caribbean


By: Wellington C. Ramos


In Belize, the Caribbean region
and many other countries in the
world, gang violence has become
so uncontrollable that most
governments do not know what to
do to stop these daily senseless
killings that are taking place on the
streets of their towns and cities.
As a former member of the
Belize Police Force, I am at the
point now where I think that our
government needs to implement
new measures to deal with this
madness.
Most youths join gangs for some
of the same reasons why others
join legitimate organizations
like; Boy Scouts, Girl Guides,
Brownies etc. They get the feeling
that they are part of something good
with the feeling of security, love,
protection, oneness and care.
The difference is that most youths
in the illegal groups cannot foresee
the dangers that will come to them
which could ultimately end in the
taking of their lives or an innocent
family member.
In dealing with crimes, I am a
strong believer that preventive
measures are the best way to
prevent crimes. However, once
the crime or crimes have been
committed, there is no other
alternative but to resort to


interventionist measures to discover
who have committed or are
committing crimes.
Gangs are Illegal groups that are
formed for engagement in criminal
mischief or activity and as such
where they exist they should all
be disbanded by law enforcement
authorities.
In Belize there is an offence
known as "Unlawful Assembly".
Over the years this law was used
mostly for Belizeans who formed
groups with the intent to plan
political actions against the
government of Belize.
During the 1960's the most
feared group was the United Black
Association for Development
better known as UBAD under the
leadership of Evan X Hyde.
The Belize government decided
that the only way to get rid of this
group was to form the Belize
Special Force.
This force received one year of
training being a first six months of
military training and a subsequent
six months of police training.
When the Special Force
decended upon Belize City they
targeted the people who thought
they were bad. They raided UBAD
headquarters on several occasions
and whenever they were found
walking the city streets, UBAD
members were picked up and
brought into the Police compound
Members of UBAD were indicted
on several charges and brought
before the courts. After a few years
they emerged as a political party
or join one of the existing political
parties in Belize where they sought
change through the ballot box
instead of the bullet.
The government of Belize should
pass a law that any Belizean who
starts a gang in Belize will receive
a punishment of 15 years in prison
with hard labour. To recruit or


solicit another person to join the
gang that he or she created, would
double the sentence to thirty years
in prison.
First, a definition of the word
gang would have to be formulated
which for example could read:
(two or more persons gathered
together to solicit or recruit
other individual or individuals
to be engaged in some form of
criminal mischief or felony).
The next crime is for the person
who joins the gang. There should
be different type of punishments
for those who join under duress
and those who join voluntarily.
For example: people who join
voluntarily could get up to five
years in prison for the first offence
and more time for subsequent
offences. The people who were
forced to join should be set free but
be given an opportunity to get
counseling and protection from
the government.
The Belize Police Force should
establish a data bank with all
existing gangs and gang members.
Also, an Intelligence Unit to
conduct intelligence and surveil-
lance of the members of the gangs
daily.
Raids should be ongoing to
disrupt all their meetings,
recruitments and the dismantling
of their associations.
If it is discovered that private
citizens, government officials and
business people are providing these
gangs with any form of material or
any support, such individuals or
groups will be brought before the
court of law by the Attorney
General's Office to answer charges
for their collaborations with these
gangs.
These charges will also include
Aiding, Abetting and Conspiring to


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commit the crimes that these gangs
have been committing.
Most young persons who are in
gangs in Belize today, do not come
from rich families and do not
possess the means to support
themselves, much less to recruit and
support other youths and bring
in the types of resources and
weapons that are being found by
the Belize Police Force in their
possession, vehicles, homes and on
Belize City streets daily.
It is obvious to all Belizeans that
they are being supported by rich
and powerful families who pretend
to be descent citizens among us,
while they are secretly engaging in
causing innocent Belizeans to lose
their love ones daily.
Belize is not a highly populated
country and most Belizeans tend to
know each other and the families
where they come from. Then since
this is the case; Why is it so
difficult for the Belize Police Force
to start raiding the homes of all the
known Gang Leaders in Belize?
Apprehend them and bring them
to justice for the crimes that they
are committing against the people
and country of Belize.
In the past months, we have
been hearing about several crime
initiatives which are basically
planning and paper work that is not
producing fast results. During the
1960's, the People's United Party
under the leadership of George
Cadle Price and Carl Linbergh
Rogers did not refer to these policy
documents when they felt that
Evan X Hyde and the UBAD were
threatening their political power.
They resorted to brutal force and
ignorance against these individuals,
with no regards for their
constitutional rights. It is now time
for the United Democratic Party to
act swiftly and vigorously against
these gangs who are creating havoc
in our country and terrorizing
descent law abiding Belizean
citizens on our streets everyday.

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customers that the San Pedro and San Ignacio
Branches will be closed for business
on Friday September 101h, 2010.

For everyday banking transactions, please use our ATMs
located countrywide, your Belize Bank VISA Debit card
or credit cords, or visit our website at
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The Belize Bank Limited takes this opportunity
wish its customers and all Belizeans a
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009319
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1262.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 59 of
2006 dated 11th April, 2006 in favour of MARTHA MARTINEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009320
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S
SQUARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 367.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 233 of
2006 dated 28th May, 2006 in favour of MARILYN CASSANOVA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009321
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 694.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 755 of
1999 dated 16th August, 1999 in favour of GUSTAVO TORRES &
NORA TORRES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009322
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TRIAL
FARM, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 571.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 498 of
2003 dated 28th June, 2003 in favour of MIGUEL EDGAR CORAL
as Administrator of the Estate of Octavio Coral (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009323
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
CARMELITA, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 533.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0598 of
2007 dated 29th January, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7
of 2007 at Folios 1363-1374 in favour of JEREIGHN TUN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009324
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1556.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 166 of
1972 dated 8th January, 1973 in favour of ROSA ELVIRA CAL as
Administratrix of the Estate of Alfonso P. Cal.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009325
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 705.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 855 of
2001 dated 2nd December, 2001 in favour of ALBERT SMITH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009326
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2282.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 87 of 1997
dated 6th January, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of 1997
at Folios 1356-1363 in favour of ELBIA ESCALANTE & LUIS
ESCALANTE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009327
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
SARTENEJA, Block No. 3 and being Parcel No. 210.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 885 of 1995
dated 18th March, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of
1995 at Folios 671-688 in favour of BERNARD P. FORCIER &
JOY FORCIER.


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APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009350
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1813.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 4191 of 1996
dated 8th October, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of
1996 at Folios 115-126 in favour of NARCISO AVILA & MARIA
GUADALUPE AVILA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009351
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2071.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 709 of
2008 dated 24th September, 2008 in favour of ROBERTO GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009352
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTIN DE PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No.
644.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 826 of
2008 dated 7th January, 2009 in favour of CHRISTINA PERERA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009353
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 623.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 239 of
1984 dated 25th September, 1984 in favour of IGNACIO ZENADIO
BARRERA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009354
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 208.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3263 of 2008
dated 10th November, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 39 of
2008 at Folios 947-954 in favour of FRANK PATRICK BURNS &
STACEY LEILA BURNS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009355
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1670.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 1433 of 1999
dated 20th May, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 16 of 1999
at Folios 517-524 in favour of GREGORIO AGUIRRE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009356
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 960.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 587 of
1993 dated 17th January, 1994 in favour of JOHN MARIANO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009357
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 222.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1219 of 1992
dated 29th June, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 14 of 1992
at Folios 555-564 in favour of ELITA INAIR SILVA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009359
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 106.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 612 of
2004 dated 26th July, 2004 in favour of MARVIN DERAS.


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BNE Charitable Trust Partnering With Santa Elena
RC Primary School For Children With Special Needs


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Santa Elena Primary School Blazing the trail with their first set of Special
Students. Special Education Teacher Celia Monroy standing behind her


SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo,
Friday, September 3, 2010:
The over 1000 member student
body, faculty and staff of the Santa
Elena Primary RC School today
gathered for assembly and for the
introduction of teachers as well as
to signal the commencement of
the school's Special Education
Program.
The program got underway with

New Skills Fo

Primary Shc
BY: Andrea Guerra
Teacher, Santa Elena Primary
RC School
I had the pleasure of attending an
eight day workshop at Santa Elena
Primary R.C. School on leadership.
This program is in conjunction with
the Ministry of education and
B.N.E. Charitable rust
The leadership workshop will
definitely help me to transform
the way I teach and by extension
my classroom.
The strategies, techniques and
methods are more engaging than the
traditional teaching methods;
therefore they are ideal for
increasing academic performance
and curving behavioral problems.
Of the techniques and methods
presented, in my opinion the most
effective is the Kagan Structures.
These structures, when used
regularly, will create a safe
environment that develops learning
to learn skills and learning on a


special students
the opening prayer followed by
singing of the national anthem. In
the absence of the General
Manager of the Charitable Trust,
Alberto August, Publisher of the
STAR Newspaper, being one of
three Government Representatives
on the Charitable Trust was invited
by the School's Principal Mr.
Manuel Medina to address the
staff and students.

r Santa Elena

)ool Teachers
whole. Kagan Structures will not
change the content but will trans-
form the way it is taught. It aligns
instruction with what research has
shown is the way student's learned
and retain information.
Along with the academic gains, I
also believe that students will
develop thinking skills, emotional
intelligence, social skills, teamwork
skills, and character values. By
working together through these
structures, character values such as
respect, cooperation, kindness,
effort, honesty, and leadership will
improve drastically.
From my perspective and
experience, I believe the change
will be relatively challenging but, I
am very optimistic. From the
perspective of the students in my
class, I am sure the change will
enhance and develop a greater
liking for school, their classmates,
themselves, others and also the
process of learning.


In his address to the gathering Mr. August
informed that the Charitable Trust was indeed
happy to be partnering with the Santa Elena
Primary School and the Ministry of Education
in this pilot project geared toward assisting
children very special while seeking for their
acceptance and full integration into the general
student population.
He additionally informed of the Trust's recent
approval of funds to assist in the construction
of special facilities to accommodate students
with special needs.
The special education teacher Ms. Celia
Monroy, informed that in its initial stage the
program is catering for nine children with
special needs ranging between 5 and 13 years of
age.
Ms. Monroy further informed that the
assessment indicate that four of the students are
presently at the Infant one level and that the
other five are between the pre-school and
Infant one stage.
Teacher Monroy said that the school is
seeking to include all core subjects into
curriculum but that main focus will be placed
on Math, English, Social Studies, Science and
Physical Education. She said that classes will be
held between the hours of 8:30 am and 2:30 pm
Monday to Fridays.
Celia Monroy has been teaching for two years
and this is her first time teaching children with
special needs.
During this morning's program Teacher
Monroy took the opportunity to allow each of
the students the opportunity to introduce
themself to their fellow students and teachers.
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Pickup Truck
SAN IGNA CO TOWN, Cayo,
Friday, August 27, 2010:
Acting upon information
received San Ignacio police
responded to a road traffic
accident at mile 66 1/2 on the
Western Highway between
Central Farm and Georgeville.
Upon arrival police encoun-
tered a grey F-150 Super Cab
Ford pick-up truck, with City of
Belmopan private license plate
number CO 1452 on the right side
of the road when travelling
towards Belmopan. The front
section of the pickup was
extensively damaged.
Preliminary investigation
revealed that the pick-up truck
with five persons on board was
travelling towards Belmopan
when it collided into the back of
a Ministry of Works Caterpillar
grader travelling in the same
direction.
The grader operator, Linbert
McKoy, 45, Belizean, of a Santa
Cruz area address in Santa Elena
reported that he was driving the
grader en route to the Young Gial
Road near Teakettle village when
at around 8:30 a.m. he felt the


a


Collides Into Back Of Grader


impact of something slamming
into the back iron bumper of the
grader that was when he
observed that the impact was
caused by a pick-up truck with
several persons on board.
Investigation revealed that
the pick-up truck was given by
John Popper, 45, Belizean of a
Roaring Creek Village address
with Chinese passengers, Li Yu
Zhung, 27, Pan Yu Feng, 26,
Sheng Fang Guo, 22, and


Fang Li Jun, 20 all of whom
reportedly sustained bruises and
cut wounds mostly to the face.
By the time the police arrived,
Popper was already transported
to the Western Regional
Hospital in Belmopan while the
four Chinese passengers were
transported to the San Ignacio
Community Hospital all with
assistance from persons who
arrived on the scene shortly
after the accident.


Li Yu Zhung, was later
transferred to the Karl Heusner
Memorial Hospital.
Police reports that the
condition of the road was wet
and slippery. While the grader
operator was issued with a
routine notice of intended
prosecution no further action
has been taken as investigation
continues.

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GOVERNMENT FOCUS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

OF MOUNTAIN PINE RIDGE RESERVE


The Government of Belize, through a multiple-ministry approach, commenced its plan of action on Tuesday, August 24th
towards the sustainable development of the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve with a visit to the area along with a team of
professionals led hy the CEO~ of tme 'Ministry of Natural Resources, the Ministry of Tourism, .',vil Aviation A Culture and the
Ministry ofNational security
The P;ne Ridge Forest Reserve offers a unique opportunity for the creation of a mridel for sustainable development which amns
at fueling an increase in tounsm activity in the area, The wide variety and uniqueness of natural, adventure and archeological
resources in this reserve, offers countless opportunities for the development of attractions fat will serve to diversrfy Belize's
nature based tourism industry while providing lobs and resources for sustainable management of this unique ecosystem
The proposed plan for tNhs reserve includes the transformation of the Douglas D'Silva Camp Into a planned community which
will serve as an activity center for the area It will provide for the construction of more visitor accommodations, employee
housing facilities, visitor entertainment, and municipal support services, as well as a new institution advocatnq education and
research in forestry management. The planning for the development and management of Ihis center of activity will be
undertaken by the Ministry of Tourism as a part of the National Tourism Master Plan currently being undertaken by the IDB
funded Sustainable Tourism Program.
Additional plans include consideration for the establishment of a Iraining camp for the Belize Defense Force in a designated
area of the reserve-a move that will provide greater presence by our security forces in the reserve, resulting with greater
security for visitors and locals. In addition the presence of the BDF will pro.'ide .,xlinued protection of o.r forest from poaching
and illegal extraction of forestry products.


S1,U S I Attention will be placed on [ie upgrading of the St. Augustine Airstnp as part of overall municipal airport upgrade project being
undertaken by the Belize Airports Aulhonly Additionally, plans are under consideration for an upgrade of Ihe main acce-ss road
from trie Western Highway, as well as improvement of tre network ofroads and trails within the reserve, an effort currently managed by the Forestry Department. These
upgrades wall improve access Ir thevariousattraction points in the Mountain Pine Ridge
The team consisted of Mrs. Beverty Cashilo, CEO in the Ministry of Natural Resources, Mr. Michael Singh, CEO in the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture, Mr.
Allen Whylie, CEO in the Ministry of National Security, Brinadier General. Dario Tapila, Commandant of the Belize Defense Force, Mr, George Thompson, Associate
Director of Planning and Policy for NICH, Mr. Marcelo Windsor, Deputy Chief Forest Officer, and Ms. Christy Mastry, Physical Planner for the Sustainable Tourism
Program Other partiapants included niemners of the Forestiry Department who coordinated and hosted the visit.

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New Health Facilities In Libertad
And Conception Villages In Corozal


CITY OF BELMOPAN,
Wednesday, Is' September 2010:
The Social Investment Fund,
in collaboration with the
Ministry of Health, is pleased to
announce the official launching
of the Libertad Village Health
Centre and the inauguration of
the Concepcion Village Health
Post, which will be held on
Friday morning, September 3rd,
2010 at 9 am and 10 am in the
respective villages.
Approximately 2,700 residents
in five villages in the Corozal
District will benefit from
both projects, which will be
implemented by the Social
Investment Fund with the
assistance of the Ministry of
Health.
The Libertad Village Health
Centre will include the
construction of a two-
storey, Ferro-concrete building
approximately 32 ft long by 53
ft wide.
The upper floor will be used
as the Doctor's or nurses'
quarter and the bottom floor will
be used to provide general
medical services to the
communities of Libertad,
Concepcion, San Pedro, Cristo
Rey and Caledonia.
The new health centre will
include treatment, examination
and consultation rooms, an
asthma bay area, a sterilizing
room and waiting area for
patients in addition to the
ancillary facilities such as
public bathrooms, outdoor
emergency showers and parking.
The project will be financed
through a grant from the Basic
Needs Trust Fund (BNTF6), a
program promoting poverty
reduction through socio-
economic initiatives and
community empowerment.


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BNTF6 is jointly financed by
the Caribbean Development
Bank (CDB), the Canadian
International Development
Agency (CIDA) and nine
beneficiary governments,
including Belize. The total cost
of the project is estimated at
$406, 400.00.
Meanwhile, the Concepcion
Village Health Post Project was
financed by the Government of
Belize through a $100,000
dollar loan from the Caribbean
Development Bank. The
health post will provide mainly
outpatient services to the
above-mentioned villages.
The project scope for the
Concepcion Village Health Post
included the upgrading of the
existing facility to include a
doctor's office, an examination
room, pharmacy/dressing
space, waiting area and public
bathroom. Solid wood and
aluminum louvered windows
were added; provisions for
electrical installations were
made and the bathroom facilities
were joined to the new septic
tank with new soak away. A
chain link fence was built around
the property and furniture was
also provided.
Guest speakers at both events
will be the Hon. Pablo Marin,
Minister of Health, Hon.
Gabriel Martinez, Minister of
Labour, Local Government and
Rural Development and Area
Representative for Corozal
South West. Other speakers
will include Mr Daniel Cano,
Executive Director of the
Social Investment Fund and
representatives of the respective
village councils.
For further information please
contact Mr Mike Hernandez
Jr. J.P., Director of Public
Relations, Social Investment
Fund, at Tel 822- 0239 or via
email at
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BELIZE WATER SERVICES LIMITED
BELIZE RIVER VALLEY PROJECT BELIZE
Consultancy Services for Design and Construction Supervision

STATEMENTS OF CAPABILITY

The Government of Belize (GOB) has received a loan from the
Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) towards the cost of the Belize
River Valley Project, and intends to apply a portion of the proceeds to
eligible payments under a contract to provide consultancy services for
design and construction supervision.
GOB will execute the project through Belize Water Services
Limited (BWS), and a Project Manager within BWS will be
responsible for the day-to-day management of project activities. BWS
shall be the Executing Agency for the project.
BWS is now seeking to engage consultants to: (a) undertake detailed
engineering survey of the route for installing the distribution network
and mains interconnecting the nine villages; (b) prepare new and
review existing tank designs; and (c) undertake construction
supervision of the erection of three (3) tanks together with the
installation of approximately forty (40) miles of various diameter PVC
water main within and interconnecting the nine villages. The
procurement of these consulting services shall be subject to the
provisions of the loan agreement. BWS now invites the submission of
statement of capabilities from eligible firms interested in undertaking
this assignment.
Consultant firms shall be eligible for procurement if:
(a) in the case of a body corporate, it is legally incorporated or
otherwise organized in, and has its principal place of business in, an
eligible country and is more than 50 per cent beneficially owned by
citizens) and/or bona fide residents) of eligible country(ies) or by
body(ies) corporate meeting these requirements;
(b) in the case of unincorporated firms, the persons are citizens or bona
fide residents of an eligible country; and
(c) in all cases, the consultant has no arrangement and undertakes not to
make any arrangements whereby any substantial part of the net profits or
other tangible benefits of the contract will accrue or be paid to a person
not a citizen or bona fide resident of an eligible country.
Eligible countries are CDB Member Countries.
In assessing submissions, consideration will be given to technical
competence, qualifications and experience, regional experience on
similar assignments, financial capability, the extent of prior commitments,
and proficiency in English. Submissions should include corporate
profile, descriptions of similar projects completed within the past five
years, and curriculum vitae of key personnel. Consultants should have
experience in Civil Engineering including but not limited to foundation
and structural design, engineering and geotechnical survey, water supply
and distribution, tender preparation and evaluation, contract preparation
and negotiation, construction supervision and project management.
Five (5) copies of the "statement of capability" must be submitted to the
first address stated below no later than 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday,
September 15th, 2010. Simultaneously, one copy should be sent to the
second address below. The sealed envelopes containing the submissions
should include the name and address of the applicant and should be clearly
marked: "Statement of Capability: Consulting Services for Belize River
Valley Project". All information must be submitted in English.
Following assessment of the submissions, a short list of not less than
three and not more than six applicants will be provided with full terms of
reference and invited to submit technical and financial proposals to
undertake the assignment.

BWS reserves the right to accept or reject late applications or to cancel
the present invitation partially or in its entirety. BWS will not be bound
to assign any reason for not short listing any applicant and will not defray
costs incurred by applicants in the preparation and submission of the
proposals. Applicants will be advised in due course of the results of their
application.


1. Resident Consultant Engineer
Belize Water Services Limited
#7 Central American Boulevard
Belize City
Belize District

Tel: (501) 222 4757 ext. 241
Fax: (501) 222 4238
Email: rce(,bwsl.com.bz


2. Procurement Officer
Project Services Division
Caribbean Development Bank
P.O. Box 408, Wildey
St. Michael
BARBADOS, W.I.BB 11 000
Tel: (246) 431 1600
Fax: (246) 426 7269
Email: procurement(,caribank.org


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Drinking, Not Yet 16 Years Old

Girl, Says She Was Raped
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo, home she was accosted by the
Monday, August 30, 2010: accused who reportedly pulled her
An 18 year old Belizean into an obscured area and
male labourer, from the Hillveiw proceeded to have sexual
area of Santa Elena Town, was intercourse with her against her will.
today arraigned in San Ignacio's The girl was taken to the San
Magistrate Court on a carnal Ignacio Community Hospital where
knowledge charge. a medical officer on duty confirmed
During the evening hours on sexual activity.
Thursday, August 26, a girl, 4 Due to the nature of the charge
months short of her 16th birthday no plea was taken from the
visited the police station and accused when he appeared in court
reported that earlier during the day on Monday, August 30. He was
she was socializing at a business remanded to prison where, in the
place where she was drinking rum absence of securing earlier bail from
with several other persons including the Supreme Court, he will remain
the accused and that whilst on her way until Tuesday, October 19, 2010.
Queen Of The West 2010 -11
Is Miss Daneillie Rodriguez,


Diandra Perez (San Ignacio) and
Daneillie Rodriguez (Santa Cruz).
Judges entrusted with the
challenging task of scoring the points
as the contestants competed in the
various segments of the competition,
were: Nelson Rivas, Jennifer
Braun and Nikki Tillett.
After the scores sheets from the
three judges were handed over to
tabulators Elvira Guerra and Linda
Lewis, the results were announced as
follows:
2nd runner up (in third place)
Sheniece Miralda, 1st runner up
(second place) Verrnadine Oakly and
the new Queen of the West 2010-2011
Daneillie Rodriguez who also voted
as the Most Talented Contestant as well
as Miss Congeniality. Miss Cindy
Baldera captured the Miss Photogenic
Title while Verrandine Oakly was
selected as the Most Elegantly Dressed
Contestant.
Coronation of the new Queen of the
West will take place as part of the
official Independence Day ceremony on
September 21, 2010 marking the 29th
Anniversary ofBelize's Independence.
The rather lenghty line up of
sponsors of this year's Queen of
The West Pageant include: Hon.
Minister Rene Montero, Area
Representative Cayo Central/
Minister of Agriculture and Fisher-
ies, Dean Williams, Back To My
Roots, Bismillah Stores, Maria
Estella's Unisex Beauty Salon,
Rolson Cocina & Cantina, Harry Guy
Flower Shop, Cost Less Mart,
Letty Chuc Variety Store, Chuc's
Service Station, Paty's Beauty Salon
, Lisa's Boutique, Moises Choto
Mechanic Shop, Yaha Creek Lumber
Yard, Salon Jeanus, Five Sisters
Lodge, Maya Walk Tours, Pipersburg
Furniture Shop, Segura's Family,
Cayo Cargo, Courts Belize Ltd. San
Ignacio Branch, All Season Glass
Shop, Vega's Import Ltd., Arts
Mobile Service,Automated Business
Services, Belize Bank, Calico Jacks
Village, Oscar Cano's Jewelry Shop,
Americana Store, Eddie Cano's
Jewelry Shop, Orange Gift Shop,


Indita Maya Gift Shop, Midway
Variety Store, PACZ Tours, Pop's
Breakfast, Shoppers Choice, Aguada
Hotel & Restaurant, Glenda's Flower
Shop, KO-OX Hannah's Restaurant,
James, Ivan & Glen Flowers, Gretel's
Beauty Salon, Pine Lumber Ltd., Faya
Wata, Cahal Pech Village Resort, One
Barrel Rum, Councillor Desol Neal,
George Lucero & Family, Fashion &
Illusion Boutique, San Miguel in
Esperanza, Cayo Rentals, Betty Beauty
Salon Ceiba Reality Ltd., STAR
Newspaper, Valdez Electrical Service,
Belize Natural Energy, Running W
Brand Meats, Larry Flowers Barber
Shop, Tropicool Hotel, Allen's
Hardware, Orlando Fernandez, St.
Martin's Credit Union, Trins Meat
Shop, Kenneth Young Boyz 2 Men,
Cox Solid Waste, Vallan Hyde, Candy
& George Gonzalez, Venus Photos &
Record, Simpson's Insurance Agency
Ltd., Sharon Ramclam and Bucks
Apartments.

PRIZES:
For capturing the crown, the new
Queen of the West 2010-2011, Miss
Daneillie Rodriguez received the
following prizes: one house lot,
$1,000 cash, overnight for two with
dinner and breakfast, deck, lawn &
garden chair for two, one Cellular
telephone, gift basket with beauty
care products, $200.00 gift
certificate, breakfast for two,
manicure and a bouquet of flowers.
1 st Runner Up Verrnadine Oakly
walked wway with a Deck, Lawn &
Garden Chair for two, jewelry set,
floor lamp, dinner for two, gift
basket, perfume, haircut, $500.00
cash and a bouquet of flowers.
2nd Runner Up Sheniece Miralda
received furniture, gift certificate for
free internet access, jewelry gift,
perfume set, acrylic nails, $200.00
cash and a bouquet of flowers.
The new Queen of the West,
Daneillie Rodriguez will be travelling
to Belize City on Saturday, Septem-
ber 4 where she will be competing
with other contestants from across the
country for the prestigious title of
Queen of the Bay 2010-2011.


CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF

BELIZE (REVISED EDITION

2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009364
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
QUEEN'S SQUARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No.
1207.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3307 of
2000 dated 23rd August, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 49 of 2000 at Folios 49-56 in favour of CLAUDIA
DUENAS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009365
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 299.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 454
of 2000 dated 6th June, 2000 in favour of ANDREW HIGINIO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009366
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 905.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2052 of
1993 dated 15th October, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 24 of 1993 at Folios 637-648 in favour of ORLANDO
HABET.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009367
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1729.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 48
of 1997 dated 25th February, 1997 in favour of DOLORES TUT
& JULIAN TUT (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009368
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
ORANGE WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No.
3188.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2118 of
1999 dated 4th August, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
25 of 1999 at Folios 75-84 in favour of ABNER PERALTA &
MIRTHAA. PERALTA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009372
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
ESPERANZA VILLAGE, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No.
97.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.
214 of 1989 dated 21st November, 1989 in favour of Joseph
August Estate Grant of Probate No. 50/1957 from Joseph
August to George August to Mark Grant of Administration
No. 34/2009 from George August to Mark August.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009373
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 707.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.
794 of 2008 dated 3rd December, 2008 in favour of LLOYD FORD
JR.


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