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Place of Publication: Santa Elena, Cayo, Belize
Publication Date: September 19, 2010
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DECOMPOSED BODY IDENTIFIED AS


MISSING
SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo
District, Thursday, September
16, 2010:
Afull thirty five days after he went
missing on Sunday, August 8, the
decomposing body ofa Santa Elena
watchman was found on Monday,
September 13.

Cosy Corn
SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo
District, Wednesday, September
15, 2010:
Cozy Corner Bar, located on La
Loma Luz Boulevard in Santa
Elena Town, was the scene today
of a third successful burglary with
no arrests.
Manuel Smith, 55, Belizean, busi-
nessman of a San Ignacio Town
address, reported to police that he
secured and left the his business
place at around 5:30 p.m. on Tues-
day, September 14, and when he
returned at around 11:30 a.m. the
following day, he noted that is build-
ing was broken into.
An inventory of the stolen items
includes 12 cases Belikin Beer, 18
bottles of assorted liquor,10 tins
Natural milk, 1 cartoon cigarettes,
12 bottles soft drinks and 11 cans
Pringles potato chips among other
small items all for an estimated

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Edgar Daivid Gonzalez, 47, left
his home near the Novelo's
Convention Center in Santa Elena
Town at around 4 o'clock on the
evening of Sunday, August 8,
enroute to his workplace at Belize
Western Energy Limited compound
in Belmopan to take over the 6:00


p.m. shift. The presence of his
lunchbagontheworksiteindicates
that he arrived at work and it was
from there that he went missing.
The initially unidentified body, in
an advanced state of decomposi-
tion clad in a black T-shirt, black
long pants over a red short pants


route. So far, none of the items
have been recovered.
Smith informed that this is the
third time his place was burglarized
withthepreviousincidentoccurring
just six weeks ago. The trail left
behind suggests that the same
persons might be responsible for
this latest incident as empty soft
drink bottles and food cans were


Edgar Daivid Gonzalez, 47
and a pair of brown Rodeo brand
leather high shoes, was found at
around 11:00 a.m. on Monday, Sep-
tember 13, by handymen from
Caves Branch Resort mile 13 on the
Hummingbird Highway, in a creek
about two miles offthe Galvez Farm
Road in Ringtail Village also on the
Hummingbird Highway.
An on-the-spot post mortem
examination conducted by forensic
specialist, Dr. Hugo Sanchez,
shortly after the discovery on
Monday, concluded that the cause
of death was as a result of severe
head injury due to a fractured skull
resulting from a blow to the head
with a blunt instrument. At the


total of $1,820.
Upon checking the building, Smith
observed that entry was gained
through a side window. The
burglar bar was pulled from its
anchor and two wooden louvers
were removed. The unsecured
condition of a side door and visible
trampling of the grass in that area
suggests that the items were
removed from the building via that


SANTA ELENA WATCHMAN


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We live and work in a small commumty where everyone basically knows
each other and their family.
It is in this regards that we continue to receive reports of some persons
expressing the feeling of resentment whenever we report on their being
arrested and criminally charged.
In response to these expressions of resentment, we continue to
maintain that WE DO NOT MAKE THE NEWS, all we do is report it.
Therefore, if these persons do not make the news, we simply will not
have it to report as we cannot go out there and invent it.
We long for that ideal situation where there would hardly be any crime
news to report as less persons get hurt, lose their lives, their liberty and
their properties.
Like one young man recently said; "If it were not for the STAR
Newspaper, far less persons would have known that Iwas arrested and
charged for burglary". In these instances we have always tried to
convey the message that, while our primary objective is to keep readers
informed, we steadfastly seek to be a deterrent for those with criminal
intent as they shy away from the negative publicity.
There are some policemen, for example, who are steering clear of
engaging in the brutal treatment of detainees which, apart from possible
disciplinary action, they are fully aware that their Commanding OFicer
.
is not the type to keep the information from us. This has therefore
contributed towards minimizing incidents of police brutality.
On the other hand, we get that deep feeling of satisfaction in those
instances when a young man would tell us that he could have been
involved in a criminal activity we reported and that his picture could have
been right there with the rest but that he instead chose to part ways with
the group because he did not want his photograph to appear in the STAR.
Or like for example the recent case of that young man who was walking
up the street one night with a rowdy group of boys in his age range when
.
he suddenly turned back and told us that he decided to instead part
ways with the group and return home because it looks like the group was
looking for trouble and that he would not like for his name and picture to
appear in the STAR for a criminal charge.
While we appreciate that there are some criminal elements who could


Happy Independence Day


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The Newspaper that cares and
dares to bring out the truth"
42A Western Highway, Santa
Elena, Cayo,
Belize, Central America
Tel: 626-8822 or
626- 3788
starnewspaper(Egmail.com
Publisher: Alberto August
Editor: Nyani Azueta-August
Circulation: Errol Gonzalez
Visit us on the internet at:
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El Hon. 8

. Erwin Contreras




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Les Desea a todos

Belicenos, en especial

A todos de Benque Viejo Del Carmen,

Succotz, Arenal y Calla Creek

Una Feliz y Placentera Celebracion Del 29

Aniversario de la Independencia de

Nuestra Gran Patria

"Unidos y Orgulloses Moviendo Adelante Yo Soy Belize"


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care less about their names and photographs appearing in the newspaper,
there is still that vast majority among us who will always stay away from
all forms of negative publicity and in so doing contribute to a safer

cTmmi w we are of the opinion that the July 23, 2010, shooting death
of Efrain Cruz, should have never happened. The deceased and the
accused are no strangers in the community. One went to the grave and the
other went to jail.
Efrain, as many will attest, was a loving father to his children, his death
was a tremendous loss to his family. This reality struck us like a ton of
bricks with the opening of the new school year on September 1.
Efrain's two young sons attend the same primary school as our son. He
was the kind of father who religiously dropped of his boys on his
motorcycle in the morning, picked them up at lunch time, dropped them
of after lunch and picked them up at end of each school day every single
day. To this very day we still see the confusion on the boys face as that
routine in their young lives was suddenly yanked away from them.
On the other hand, the accused, known as a cool dude, is a successful
tour operator, managing a growing tour business, creating employment
and economic activity in the community. Today, while his business


continues to operate, it is doing so
without his personal touch simply
because he is behind bars for an
incident that could have been
averted if only one of them had
walked away and gone home that
night.
As we prepare to celebrate the
29th Anniversary of our young
nation's independence, we take this
opportunity to wish Belizeans at
home and abroad a truly Happy and
Safe Independence Day while at the
same time issuing a challenge to all:
Please, please, make it hard for
the STAR Newspaper to publish
your name and photograph in a
negative manner as we stand
"United and Proud Moving
Forward We Are All Belize. "


Hon. Erwin Contreras


Alcalde Nicholas Ruiz





to Public Service and Industrial
Relations.
Those receiving Order of Distinc-
tion are:
3. Mrs. Floss Cassasola (post_
humously) For contributions to
Education and Music
4. Mr. Terence Leo Keating
(posthumously) For contributions
to Scouting and the Uniformed
Services
5. Hon. Faith Babb For contri-
butions to Public Service
6. Mr. Nestor A. Vasquez
For contributions to Telecommuni-
cations
FOR MERITORIOUS
SERVICE AWARD MALE
7. Mr. Edison Staine For
contributions to Music


8. Mr. Delhart L. Courtney For
contributions to Sports
9. Mr. Theodore "Ted"
Burrows For contributions to
Music
10. Mr. Owen "Sonny"
Meighan For contributions to
Sports
11. Mr. Bonifacio Moh For
contributions to Industry and the
Credit Union Movement
12. Mr. Bartolome Rodriguez,
Sr. For contributions to Commu-
nity Service
13. Mr. Evert Coe For contribu-
tions to Community Service
14. Mr. Bedford Richie For
contributions to Community
Service
15. Mr. Walter Panting, JP For
contributions to Community
Service
16. Mr. Salvador "Jorge"
Iglesias For contributions to Com-
munity Service
For MERITORIOUS
SERVICE AWARD FEMALE
17. Mrs. Alberta Cano For
contributions to Education and
Community Service
18. Ms. Barbara Harris For
contributions to Community
Development
19. Ms. Myrna Manzanares For
contributions to Culture and the
Arts
20. Ms. Sonia Lenares For
contributions to Social Services and
Community Development
21. Ms. Andrea Gabriel For
contributions to Culture


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Tel: 824-2031 Fax: 824-3029
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the period when the bank is close,
Customers can use anyone one of our
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All Our Valued Customers & Friends
A Truly Happy, Blessed & Enjoyable
29th ANNIVERSARY OF OUR NATION'S INDEPENDENCE
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BLISS CENTER FOR THE
PERFORMING ARTS, Belize
City, Thursday, September 17,
2010:
The Bliss Center for the Perform-
ing Arts in Belize City was the
venue this Thursday night where
twenty-five distinguished Belizeans
were honoured during this year's
Tribute to Belizeans Patriots
ceremony.
The list of honorees include-
1. Dr. Lennox A. Pike ORDER
OF BELIZE, For contributions
to Belize's Consular Service,
Medicine, and the Belizean Com-
munity in Detroit
2. Hon. Curl Osmond
Thompson ORDER OF BELIZE
(penthiantonsh) For contributions


Mrs. Alberta Cano, 61
Senior Justice Of The
Peace
22. Mrs. Olga Myers For
contributions to Public Service and
Community Service
23. Ms. Rose Armstrong For
contributions to Social Services and
Community Development
24. Mrs. Velda M. Aguet, MBE,
JP For contributions to Voluntary
and Community Services
25. Ms. Melba Nora Bodden
For contributions to Community
Service
The National Honours and
Awards Act, 1991, provides that
each year on Independence Day, or
at such other times as may be
deemed expedient, honours and
awards may be conferred on
persons, living or deceased, who
have rendered outstanding and
meritorious service to Belize, or
who have distinguished themselves
in other endeavors worthy of
national recognition.


BY: Eulogio Cano (Husband)
Mrs. Alberta "Beta" Cano was
born on September 17, 1949, in the
beautiful western town of Santa
Elena on and so the meritorious
award with which she was
today conferred was indeed an
memorable birthday gift.
Alberta is a teacher at heart. She
dedicated most of her life to the
teaching profession.
She started her teaching career
at the primary school in the
Augustine Forest Station, Mountain
Pine Ridge after which she was
transferred to several Roman
Catholic Primary Schools in the
Cayo District.
After many years of service as a
teacher her regretfully had to leave
the profession due to health
reasons. Her health condition
however did not stop her from
continuing to serve her country and
her community.
She is actively involved in various
committees like the women's
group, Mother's Day Annual
Celebrations Commiteee, National
September Celebration Committee,
Annual Christmas Celebration
-
Committee, and in 1994, after


being involved in political
campaigning for the United
Democratic Party In that same year
she offered herself to contest the
Municipal Elections on a United
Democratic Party slate and after the
election victory she was appointed
to serve as Deputy Mayor of the
twin towns of San Ignacio and
Santa Elena.
Spiritually, Mrs. Cano devotes
her time to her church as a prayer
group leader. She is on the verge of
being appointed as a lay minister.
She is also serving as an active
member of the library service in
both Santa Elena and San Ignacio.
She is also serving on the active
Hospital Auxiliary and is the
Chairperson of the Santa Elena
Women Group of the United
Democratic Party.
She was appointed as a Justice of
the Peace in 1995 and as a Senior
Justice of the Peace in 2009 as she
continues serving Belize and her
communitywithlovehumilityand
pride.
Amidst all her voluntary
community activities, Mrs. Cano is
a businesswoman operating a
novelty store in San Ignacio.


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Wishes AII Belizeans
,A Happy & Enjoyable
29th Anmversary of our independence.
Happy Independence Day!!!


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San Ignacio's Highway Patrol Leading The Parade
We were unable to publish the
photograph in the last edition of
the STAR.
We promised to do so this time
around and so it gives us great
pleasure, with assistance from our
lef tArt Wager from AMS, to
Here is San Ignacio's Motorcycle -ar 2 -
Patrol Commander, PC# 580 -.
Omar Rodriguez as he led the 10th
September parade marking the 212th
Anniversary of the Battle of St.
Georges Caye.
If all goes as planned OC .
Rodriguez will also be leading the
Independence Day parade marking
the celebration of the 29th Anniver-
sary of the Nation's Independence.
In other related news, the
Celebrations Committee has gra-
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of Honor to march in this year's
San Ignacio's Motorcycle Patrol Commander,
Independence Day parade.
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1. Belize Telemedia nationalized; company
restructured, shares now being offered.
2. 20 Million dollars from Venezuela recovered, used
to repair and build homes,
3. DFC restarted, providing loans to students and
small business.
4. Subsidy for la and 2nd Form students countrywide;
automatically awarded to those in Stann Creek
and Toledo: scholarships increased at oil levels.
5. Farmers rebound from flooding disasters with
Governments assistance; Taiwan assists rice
production in Toledo; Belize now self-sufficient in
grains, surplus exported.
6. Partial Scope Agreement allows Belizean
exports to Guatemala; new agreement with
Mexico to export Belizean beef and other
products.
7. New buildings at Georgetown and Mopan
Technical High, Lady of Quadeloupe, St. Ignatius
High, independence Sixth Form; new High School
at Corozon Creek; new primary and secondary
school buildings countrywide- computer labs at
several schools.
8. Lynam re-opened (ANRI); Old Technical College
restored; ITVET extended; UB expanded;
Teacher-Training increased.
9. Improved performance in PSE (Primary) and
External Exams (Secondary).
10. Paving of Placencia Road neers completion; last 9
miles of Southern Highway paved to complete
project started by last UDP administration laiacte
Road to be poved.
11. Blue Creek and Sarteneja roads to be paved; over
100 Miles of Sugar Roads upgraded with EU Funds,
12. New Two-Lane Bridge at Middlesex completed;
Kendall replacement tendered; design ready for
Mullins River replacement.
13. Albert and Regent Streets repaved; other streets
upgraded and paved; Roads and Highways
improved and rehabilitated countrywide.
14. New bridges at Mexico Creek, Maypen, Rancho
Dolores, San AntoniolCristo Rey, Santa Familia,
Billy White, Macal Low-lever Crossing, and
Roaring River (Arizona).


15. Belize City 1.Jrban Rejuvenation Project provides
hundreds of jobs; Municipoi Infrastructure Projects
in district towns funded by World Bank.
16. Crooked Tree gets water system: projects under
way for Belize River Valley and Old Northem High
way; Cotton Tree, St. Matthews and Franb's Eddy
connected to Belmopan Water System; new
water systems built countrywide.
17. Electrification of villages in Bonana Belt; PUC
protects consumers, disapproves increase in
electricity rates.
18. Marion lones Stadium upgraded; Football field in
Cavo being upgraded to FIFA standard; funds
sought for World-Class Basketball Stadium.
19. New former' markets in Cayo, Belize City and
independence; state of the art Slaughterhouse in
Belize River Valley.
20. New poly-clinic in Cavo; Western Regional
Hospitairefurbished and upgraded; new clinics and
refurbished hospitals countrywide; affordable
dialysis through WORTH: free medical treatment
in Venezuela.
21. NEMO made effective: Met Office gets new
Doppler Radar; Public Transportation better
regulated; Airports extended and upgraded.
22. Lands Department now transparent and efficient;
thousands of Belizeans receive house lots and
farmland.
23. IDB funds Tourism Infrastructure, Solid Waste and
Land Management projects.
24. Belize's first ICT Centre built and established with
funding from Taiwan.
25. Petroleum Resources now unequivocally and
constitutionally owned by Government and People
of Belize.
26. Recall Mechanism empowers votersto recal1failed
Area Representatives before General Elections.
27. Public Confidence in Government restored; Belize
regains the trust of Bl-lateral and Multi-lateral
partners.
28. Belize Economy recovering with modest GDP
growth and increase in revenues.
29. Operation Restore Belize launched to restore
social values, public safety and national pride.





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ARIES:
March 22 to
April 20
You understand that you need to
work on the relationships for
deriving more out of life. Also, you
will have to work on your image
and your business to achieve better
results. Communicate openly, even
with people whose opinions do not
match with yours. A marriage
proposal may come your way.
Lucky Numbers: 12, 65, 87.

TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
There have been mental conflicts
and thoughts that have been pull-
ing you down, but these start to
melt away. They may not go away
as fast as you would wish them to,
but the shift is happening. Financial
gains are also foreseen.Lucky
Numbers: 00, 25, 53.

GEMINI:
/LVVIay 22 to June 21
You may be drawn towards
mentally stimulating activities and
off-beat, unconventional pursuits.
However, keep your feet planted
firmly on the ground. You may be
soaring but that does not allow you
to get judgmental. Instead you'd be
valued more if you are accommo-
dative.LuckyNumbers:01,11,21.


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CANCER:
June 22 to July 23
You may be drawn towards
mentally stimulating activities and
off-beat, unconventional pursuits.
However, keep your feet planted
firmly on the ground. You may be
soaring but that does not allow you
to get judgmental. Instead you'd be
valued more if you are accommo-
dative. Lucky Numbers: 17, 31'
69.
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LEO:
je ,- July 24 to
1. August 21
You feel an urgency to prove your
mettle, to have things firmly under
your control. There will also be an
attempt at increasing monetary
gains in some way. Do not be
reckless either about investments or
while recovering a loan. There will
be huge sense of self and well placed
pride behind all actions undertaken
by you. Lucky Numbers: 15, 33,
73.

VIRGO:
4 August 22 to
4 September 21
You are drawn towards the
comfort of a home and company of
loved ones. The parameters for
success in this phase are no longer
material in nature but personal


God Wi
After Princess brought home her
fiance to meet her parents, her
father invited the young man into
his study to find out more about
him.
"What are your plans for my
daughter?" he asked.
"I'm a biblical scholar" replied
Mark.
"Well, that's admirable,"
Princess's father replied. "But
what will you do to provide a nice
house for my daughter?"
"I will continue studying the
Bible and God will surely provide
for us, Mark explained.
"And how will you buy her a


successes in terms of relationships.
There will be a lot to gain in terms
of religion as well as worldly
pleasure. Lucky Numbers: 04, 51,
89.

LIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
It's a good start, especially in
matters of the heart. You are likely
to find great contentment and joy
with your partner. Your interest in
spirituality will take a different turn
as you are not confined to self
interests but to the larger welfare.
Travel is indicated. Do not be
tempted to take short cuts. Luclel
Numbers: 14, 61, 97.
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4.-' SCORPION:
October 24 to
0: November 21
While the earlier half of the week
may be a joyride, the second half of
the week may see you dealing with
mood swings and anxieties. You
will do well if you do not allow
these extreme feelings to take over
you. Lucky Numbers: 08, 23, 45.

SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to
(( December 21
Your greater achievements this
week are in terms of personal
equations. You are likely to sit back
and evaluate your stand on issues.
You desire that people accept
you the way you are, if they wish
to be with you. The consequence is
that you are more at peace with


yourself.


Lucky Numbers: 06, 28,


CAPRICORN:
December 22 to
January 20
Your days will be filled with
compassion. You are also not
interested in forcing people and
situations turning out to your
liking. You are magnanimous
enough to let them be. Expenses
may mount. Do not scrimp on
things that will yield long term
gains. Lucky Numbers: 44, 57, 76.

AQUARIUM:
January 21 to
February 19
It is your professional sector that
you need to be heedful about. You
run the risk of growing overconfi-
dent and losing it to wrong ideas
and pursuit of unrealistic, unsuitable
goals. Do not trust people blindly,
instead seek opinions and then
come to your own conclusion.
Lucky Numbers: 48, 83, 92.

PIECES:
February 20 to
March 21
There is too much happening in
your life that it leads to some
confusion. You will have to deal
with issues related to finances,
health and relationships. It is easy
to give up and fall prey to weak-
ness, but it will do you good to
work harder, for it will resolve your
issues and keep you occupied.
Lucky Numbers: 02, 35, 78.


Sunday, September 19, 2010



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"Iwillstudy hard, and God will
provide for us. "
"And children?" asked the
father. "How will you support
children?"
"Don 't worry, sir, God will
provide, replied Mark.
The conversation continued in
much the same fashion.
After Princess and Mark left, her
mother asked her father what he
found out.
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This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1603 of 2002
dated 4th June, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 20 of 2002 at
Folios 1367-1384 m favour of BELIZE MARINE MANAGEMENT
LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009666
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 383.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 483 of
1999 dated 10th July, 1999 in favour of HUBERT RAMIREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009667
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTIN DE PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No.
1454.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 924 of
2005 dated 5th January, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13
of 1987 at Folios 455-464 in favour of WILLIAM LEWIS

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009668
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2459

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 3622 of
2006 dated 8th November, 2006 and recorded in the Deeds Book
Volume 43 of 2006 at folios 41-48 in favour of NICOLASA QUEME

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009669
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2097.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Conveyance No. 323 of 1993
dated 9th February, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of
1993 at Folios 517-523 in favour of ESTELLAIVY CRAWFORD &
ELVIS AUSTIN CRAWFORD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009670
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1224.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3734 of 2007
dated 23'"November, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 45 of
2007 at Folios 469-476 in favour of HSIANG SHAN LIN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009671
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
ORANGE WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4376.

This parcels of lands is the subject of a Conveyance No. 773 of 1990
dated 24th April, 1990 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 1990
at Folios 619-628 in favour of EDUARDO CRISTINO VEGA &
ALMA VEGA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009672
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
ORANGE WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcels No. 3478.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 1610 of
1992 dated 20th August, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 18
of 1992 at Folios 1311-1320 in favour of FRANCISCA BURGOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009673
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VALLEY
COMMUNITY/ALTA VISTA, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No.
278.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 394 of
2001 dated 1st July, 2001 in favour of SALVADOR ROCHES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009674
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S
SQUARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1285.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 41 of


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In accordance with section 13 ofthe 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 expire date of this
notice between Mondays and Fridays at the Land Registry, Belmopan.



(PATRIC OBATEAU P ) (MRS.)
forREGL5TR4ROFLAILDS

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009313
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 being Parcel No. 432.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2718 of 2006
dated 19th September, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 34 of
2006 at Folios 875-886 in favour of JIAN YANG ZHANG

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009438
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTIN DE PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No.
1514 & 1515.

These parcels ofland are the subject ofa Conveyance No. 2367 of 1995
dated 16th October, 1995 and recorded in the Deeds Book Volume 25 of
1995 at folios 1475-1486 in favour of JEREMY SPOONER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009475
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4362.

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 Indenture No. 720 of 1968 dated
30th September, 1968 and recorded in the Deeds Book Volume 5 of
1968 at folios 825-832 in favour of ELUTERIO MENDEZ as
Administrator of the Estate of Petronilla Mendez (deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009511
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 3'" 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, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2308.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Assent No. 1001 of 1985 dated
6th November, 1985 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11 of 1985 at
Folios 95-104 in favour of BEATRICE GONZALEZ & MARIA
EUGENIA GONZALEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009663
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN Block No. 4 and being Parcels No. 2142 & 4375.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Deed of Assent No. 2294 of
1990 dated 7th December, 1990 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
25 of 1990 at Folios 347-365 in favour of SUSANA GARCIA & LUIS
GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009665
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA







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recruit volunteers and implement
training in other communities
to become involved in caries
prevention.
The Dental Department is also
.
pleased to announce the distribution
of the first supply of fluoride
varnish that willbe delivered to each
dental clinic across the country to
assist in the implementation of their
Caries Free Community Program.
The fluoride varnish along with
A-traumatic Restorative Treatment
(ART), a new alternative treatment
for filling teeth forms an important
material used in the battle against
caries.
The Ministry of Health Dental
Department advises that poor
oral health can have a profound
effect on the quality of life. The
development of sustainable systems
to prevent dental caries will
improve oral healthin all age groups
in Belize. Dental Health Week will
becelebratedthisyearfromthe24th
to 31st October 2010 countrywide.
For more information on the
dental program please contact
Dr. Raphael Samos, Senior Dental
Surgeon at 223-6426 or 610-1119.


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Friday, September 17, 2010:
The Ministry of Health, Dental
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.
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Zone, Corozal Town.
The two day workshop, under the
theme "Three Brushings per Day
Keeps the Cavities Away, began
on Thursday, September 16.
The objective of the workshop
is aimed at analyzing the overall
performances of dental programs
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that are carried out throughout the
year in accordance with the
Department's National Action Plan
and also to develop additional plans
for improving oral health care in
Belize.
Additionally, the workshop
aims to increase the dental staff's
knowledge and approach in
adapting to new practices that
prevent dental caries, with a focus
on oral health screening and
fluoride treatments for infants and
young children.
Furthermore, the workshop will
also focus on developing and
implementing a plan of action to


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2008 dated 25th January, 2008 in favor of DARLENE PENA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009675
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 648.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 559 of
1998 dated 8th June, 1998 in favour of CAROL TUCKER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009676
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
BELIZE RURAL NORTH, Block No. 11 and being Parcels No. 467
& 468.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 1855 of
2002 dated 21st June, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of
2002 at Folios 793-800 in favour of MOUTHCREEF FLOWERS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009679
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1531.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Vesting Assent No. 2724 of 2007
dated 5th September, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 33 of
2007 at Folios 731-722 in favour of LUIS A. AGULAR, APOLONIO
F. AGUILAR, MIGUEL A. AGUILAR & GUSTAVO G.
AGUILAR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009681
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1112.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 233 of
1997 dated 4th August, 1997 in favour of LOUISE ADOLPHUS as
Administratix of the Estate of Hugh S. Felix (deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009682
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTINDEPORRESWESTBlockNo.45andbeingParcelNo.
1532.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 518 of
1979 dated 26th March, 1979 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of
1979 at Folios 291-296 in favour of ANTHONY THURTON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009683
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTIN DE PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No.
1533 & 1534.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 660
of 1987 dated 22th June, 1987 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7
of 1987 at Folios 307-322 in favour of LOUIS LESLIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009684
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTIN DE PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No.
1535 & 1536.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.
2462 of 1998 dated 14th September, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 29 of 1998 at Folios 452-457 in favour of LOUISA. LESLIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009685
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 351.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 441 of 1972
dated 13th May, 1972 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of 1972
at Folios 1215-1220 in favour of EDMUND OLIVER PENNIL.


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APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009686
These parcels ofland are situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/
MESOP, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 449 & 450.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 1843 of
1994 dated 29thAugust, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 21
of 1994 at Folios 1195-1204 in favour of YEl KUN KWAN & WAI
KEI KWAN.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009691
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PROGRESSO, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 520 & 523.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 336 of
1993 dated 11th June, 1993 in favour of ROMAN CATHOLIC
DIOCESE IN BELIZE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009718
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2485.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 1200 of
2005 dated 12th January, 2006 in favour of EMILIO A. AUGUST.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009720
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA,
Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1771.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 543 of 2001
dated 17th February, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of
2001 at Folios 425-428 in favour of of FAY G SMITH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009721
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 430.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 961 of
2005 dated 14th October, 2005 in favour of SARITA AWE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009722
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST
MARTIN DE PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being ParcelNo. 220.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 777 of
2005 dated 29th August, 2005 in favour of HERMINIA PEREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009724
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTIN DE PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No.
201.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 655 of
2008 dated 16th September, 2008 in favour of MARIA GONZALEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009725
This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1958.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 102 of
2000 dated 5th March, 2000 in favour of FAY SMITH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009728
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VALLEY
COMMUNITY/ALTAVISTA, BlockNo. 31 and beingParcelNo. 447.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 375 of
2005 dated 8th June, 2005 in favour of SHARON MAE MORREIRA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009729
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1658.





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Sunday, September 19, 2010


f Independence

y Much Locking
Fairweather retired and returned to
Belize to live. The association and
the Belize News no longer exist and
Belizeans are still talking about the
news and did nothing to replace
it until the arrival of instant
communication via the information
superhighway provided by the
internet.
Prior to the Independence of
Belize, the two main political
parties in Belize held different
positions.TheUnitedDemocratic
Party wanted independence with a
defense guarantee from Great
Britain. The People's United Party
wanted independence with or
without the guarantee and felt that
with support from the international
community, Belize would survive.
The then Prime Minister of Great
Britain, Margaret Thatcher, was
getting rid of most of Britain's
oversees territories. She felt that the
countries created a huge financial
burden to the British government
and its people.
Belize's Prime Minister at the
time, the Rt. Hon. George Cadle
Price was told by the British that
Britain will leave their troops in
Belize for an indefinite period of
time. A couple years later, the
British government started to
withdraw it troops and the
Guatemalans started to reclaim
Belize up to this day.
Today, Belizeans are living
with this constant threat of a
Guatemalaninvasion. Guatemalans
are known to trespass on Belizean
soil to steal Mayan artifacts and
other valuables forest resources.
The Guatemalan military does
nothing to stop their citizens from
crossing the border into Belize.


Gu ema es meedntasnoagBeee en d

2d0s0p tet o dh nn r ot IriCooru 1
of Justice. In this agreement, both
countries pledged to conduct a
simultaneous referendum in their
respective countries to ratify the
agreement. If any of these two
countries fail to ratify it, then the
whole process will be stalled.
The Guatemalan Congress
recently ratified the agreement
after the Belize government did so
several months ago. It will be up to
these two governments to now
bring this agreement to their
people in the form of a referendum.
Both countries will be having
elections soon and whether these
governments would like to bring
this controversial issue to a vote by
their people is still left to be seen.
In the meantime Belizeans will be
jumping and parading all over the
country as they celebrate the 29th
anniversary of their independence
from Britain but when the jumping
up and parades are finished,
Belize will still be in the same
position it was before all the
celebrations began.
Belizean nationalism can only
come through implementing an
on-going nationalism program to
educate our children and people.
First, they must be proud to be
Belizeans and have reasons to state
why being a Belizean is a lot better
than being anything else.
For me, I am proud to be a
Belizean because this is the
country of my birth. The American
government can always take away
the citizenship status they gave me
but the Belize government cannot
deprive me of my Belizean birth-
right. In fact, I dare any Belizean
to try to take away my Belizean
citizenship rights and privileges.
Belizeans living in the Diaspora
should start thinking positive
about Belize especially given our
experiences living in America today.
Ifyou do not want to have anything
to do with Belize, it might be a
decision you may later live to
regret.
As a former member of the
Belize Police Force, I have placed
my life on the line for Belize. I have
likewise served in the American
Armed Forces where I received
training that prepares me to defend
my country if it is invaded by any
other country on earth. While
victory against the enemy might
seem impossible, I would not be
able to carry on with my life if I
stood there and did nothing against
an enemy invasion. A true citizen
is one who is willing to pick up arms
and shed his or her blood in defense
of his country. If we can get more
Belizeans to think like this, our
nationalism would be second to
none.


By: Wellington C. Ramos


raise their family and grow the food
they eat. This will serve to increase
Belizeans nationalism because they
will have something tangible to hold
onto.
Thirty two years ago I migrated
from Belize to live in the United
States of America. When I first
arrived in New York City, I came
upon a group called the "Freedom
Conanzittee" chaired by Mr.
Compton Fairweather. This group
heldweeklySundaymeetingsinthe
basement of a Methodist Church on
Ocean Avenue in Brooklyn.
Other officers of the committee
included Muriel Laing, Walford
Young, Derrick Staine, Leotin
Staine-Lewis, Mary Stuart-Flow-
ers, Mr. Trapp and several others.
These Oflicers would give speeches
about their lives when they were
living in Belize and how beautiful
Belize is. The room was packed
with mostly elderly people.
The main purpose of this group
was to make sure that Belize
remains a free country with all its
territory intact. At the end of the
meetings, I would go around and
engage in discussions with some of
the people in attendance and to my
surprise, many ofthese people were
not prepared to return home and
some of them had no intentions to
permanently return to Belize.
In addition to this organization,
there was a "Telephone Belize
News" where Belizeans could call
every Tuesday at midnight to
get updated news, entertainment
events and death announcements.
Belizeans living in America looked
forward to this day to make their
telephone calls. After years of
service to the community, Mr.


September 21, 2010 marks the
29th anniversary of Belize's
independence a time when
nationalistic pride peaks in Belize.
It is my view however that despite
the level of nationalistic pride,
Belizeans are not as nationalistic as
the Jamaicans are.
One of the reasons for this view
is because Guatemala is still
claiming Belize and some Belizeans
think that this claim will remain an
everlasting dispute until we give
Guatemala some land.
Another reason is that there
are many Belizeans who, for many
years, are unsuccessfully trying to
get a piece ofland to call their own.
Yet, they are witnessing foreigners
coming into their country and
taking and purchasing huge tracks
of lands to live and to farm.
People generally identify
themselves with land and when they
have it, they will be more than
willing to put their lives on the line
for it.
Our government should now
begin the process of ensuring that
everynaturalbornBelizeanis given
a piece of land so that they can


Belizeans ~Celebrating 29 Years O





CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF
BELIZE (REVISED EDITION

2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13
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This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1150 of 1999
dated 26th April, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13 of
1999 at Folios 621-628 in favour of CHEDDY EMERSON
POWELL.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009730
This parcel of land is situated intheRegistration Section, CONSEJO,
Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 494.
.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 594 of
1991 dated 2nd December, 1991 in favour of JUVENCIO RIVERO.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009731
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2913,
2924, 2928 & 2929.
These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 631 of
1977 dated 7th June, 1977 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of
1977 at Folios 1283-1288 in favour of THEODORE ARANDA.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009831
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S
SQUARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 961.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 861 of
2001 dated 2nd December, 2001 in favour of HILMAARZU.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009832
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
MILLER'S BIGHT, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 460.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1531
of 2007 dated 14th May, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volumel8
of 2007 at Folios 19-30 in favour of ENRIQUE ALFREDO
GONGORA JR & LUPITA ESTHER GONGORA.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009833
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being ParcelNo. 3319.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 201 of
2004 dated 31st December, 2003and recorded in Deeds Book
Volumel8 of 2004 at Folios 1293-1300 in favour of MIRTHA
CANUL.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009834
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2309.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2093
of 1994 dated 14th September, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 24 of 1994 at Folios 2083-2092 in favour of ENRIQUE
ALFREDO GONGORA.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009835
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2533.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 799 of
2002 dated 18th March, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11
of 2002at Folios 149-154 in favour of MARGARITA SOLIS
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201009836
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1130.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 165 of
1983 dated 1st August, 1983 in favour of ROSITA CHANG


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NAMES Parcel Nos. Certificate Nos.
ATILIANO TUN Ramonal Zapote S.W 1/89 413/2000 dtd. 20/1/20000
JOHN WINDER San Pedro 7/3887 (H4) 1250/2001 dtd. 9/2/2001
JOHN WINDER San Pedro 7/3887 (H10) 5564/2003 dtd. 28/7/2003
Estate of BRENDA BAKER (Deceased) Corozal North 1/3687 4472/2006dtd. 10/4/2006
RUDOLPH EGBERT ANDREWS Sr. Esperanza Village 23/47 8902/2000 dtd. 22/12/2000
DANIEL F. DAHLIN San Pedro 7/587 Lrs 200701546 dtd. 24/12/2007
ELDER DAVID CRUZ Sarteneja 3/120/1 6342/2005 dtd 1/8/2005
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Elena Town.
They are visiting from Los
.
Angeles on the occasions of this
year celebration of the 29th
Anniversary of the Nation's
independence.
In making the donation Jeovani
and Patrick informed that it was
their pleasure to assist the youth as
they are an important and integral
part of the community.

Benjamin "Ming" Perez,
Santa Elena
For My Safety
In the past, some lights were in-
stalled on the bridge by BEL but
they did not last very long because
they were broken by the criminals
who do the robbery on the bridge.
I am asking if Mr. Chester
Willimas, the new police chief could
use his expertise in matters of se-
curity to recommend to the relevant
authorities to install more durable
lights and also to capture those
criminals who are breaking the
lights.
I am a boledo/lottery vendor and
I must pass this bridge every night.
I fear and I pray for my safety.
Alberto "Beto" Bardalez


Dear Editor;
Please allow me the opportunity
to personally and publicly extend a
Very SpecialThankYouto Jeovani
Ortega and Patrick Lisbey for
generously donating all 20 t-shirts
that will be used by elements of the
Cayo BDF Youth Cadet Corps as
they participate in the Independence
Day Parade on Tuesday, Septem-
ber 2eovani Ortega and Patrick

Lisbey are originally from the
George Price Avenue area of Santa
I Fear & I Pray
Dear Editor;
Many of us have made several
unsuccessful attempts to get perma-
nent lights on the Hawksworth
Bridge for the safety and security
pedestrians using the crossing at
night.
Quite a large number of unre-
ported robberies have taken place
on this bridge for which the dark-
ness plays an important.
With very limited escape route, vic-
tims are easily cornered on the
bridge.
We are very fortunate that up to
today no one has been killed on the
bridge.


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September 18, 2010:
The Ambassador of Germany to
Belize, His Excellency Thomas
Schafer, today presented his
Letters of Credence to the
Governor-GeneralofBelizeHis
Excellency Sir Colville Young, at
Belize House in Belmopan.
At the brief ceremony, His
Excellence Schafer expressed his
satisfaction and feeling of being
honoured when he learned of his
appointment to Belize.
In welcoming Ambassador
Shafer to Belize, Sir Colville Young
said that he looks forward to
continued friendly relations that
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Excellence, Laura Chinchilla
Miranda President of the
Republic of Costa Rica and to
His Excellency, Felipe Calderon
Hinojosa, President of the United
Mexican States.
Additionally, Prime Minister
Barrow sent a letter of congratula-
tions to the Rt. Hon. Ralph
Gonsalves, Prime Minister of St.
Vincent and the Grenadines as they
celebrate their 31st Anniversary of

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looks forward to the continued
and cordial friendship between
our two countries and to the
further strengthening of our
integration within the Central
Americanregion. Pleaseaccept..
mywarmestandbestwishes...for
your personal well being and for
the continued prosperity of your
people".


Germany and Belize.
Ambassador Schafer also paid
courtesy call on Prime Minister,
Hon. Dean Barrow and presented
a copy of his Letters of Credence
to Foreign Affairs Minister, Hon.
Wilfred Elrington, and His
Excellency Alexis Rosado, Chief
Executive Officer in the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.


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Prime Minister,
Hon. Dean Barrow


Excellency Porfirio Lobo Sosa,
President oftheRepublic of
Honduras; His Excellency Daniel
Ortega Saavedra, President ofthe
Republic of Nicaragua and Her


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Prime Minister Barrow Sends Salutation to Central
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CITY OF BELMOPAN, Cayo Granadines on the occasion oftheir
District, Thursday, September Independence celebrations this
16, 2010: month.
Prime Minister, Hon. Dean The letters were sent to
Barrow, has sent letters of His Excellency Alvaro Colom
congratulations and warmest Caballeros, President of the
regards to the Heads of State of Republic of Guatemala; His Excel-
all Central American countries, lency Mauricio Funes, President
Mexico and St. Vincent & the of the Republic ofEl Salvador; His

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PUBLIC NOTICE





AS-- A


SAN IGNACIO / SANTA ELENA BY-PASS

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 San Ignacio / Santa Elena By-Pass. This EIA is for the proposed
construction of a new high-level bridge across the Macal River, between Santa Elena
and San Ignacio, Cayo District.The EIA will be reviewed by the National Environmental
Appraisal Committee (NEAC)before a final decision is taken by the DOE.

The General Public is hereby informed that the EIA will be available for public review
at the following locations: Santa Elena Library, San Ignacio Town Hall, Sacred Heart
College Library, Benque Viejo Del Carmen Town Hall, and the Department of the
Environment in Belmopan and at the DOE's website: www.doe.Rov.bz.


Kindly be informed that a Public Consultation for the EIA will be
held on Tuesday 28th September, 2010, at 6:30 pm at the San
Ignacio Resort Hotel (Bedran Hall) in San Ignacio Town.

The General Public is invited to attend the Public Consultation.

Comments can be submitted on or before 4th October, 2010, to the
Department of Environment (DOE) at 10/12 Ambergris Avenue,
Belmopan; Fax: 822-2862;
Tel: 822-2542 or E-mail: envirodent@btl.net.





conclusion of the post mortem
examination the body was buried on
the spot where it was found, after
which Belmopan police began
looking into their missing persons
file.
In the process of a subsequent
investigation, the digital images; on
the police camera, were shown to
the spouse of the deceased, Maria
Ochoa, who instantly recognized


. .


Application for ownership by prescription for the above mentioned parcel situate in Orange
Walk Town Registration Section has been received from CECILIA C. MARTINEZ being
parcel No. 1901 containing 1977.14 Square Yards.

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person whose rights and
interest may be affected by the registration of Cecilia C. Martinez as proprietors with absolute
title for Parcel No. 1901 Orange Walk Registration containing 1977.14 Square yards is hereby
requested to show cause on or within one month from the date thereof, why ownership should
not be granted to CECILIA C. MARTINEZ.




(PATRICL ROBATEAU PE ) (MRS.)
for REGISTR4R OF LANDS


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he left behind which according
to the common-law-wife is
uncharacteristic of him. Although
he was alive for at least thirty one
days prior to the discovery of the
decomposed body bearing forensic
evidence of not being dead for more
than four days, that lingering
question remains: Where was he
during those unaccounted 31 days.
.
Did Edgar voluntarily stay away
.
from his family for those 31 days?
Was he held against his will all those
days? Was he killed on the spot
where he was found? Was he killed
elsewhere and dumped at that
spot? Who could have committed
this act and WHY?
Edgar David Gonzalez, a native
Santa Elena boy who grew up on
Carmen Street, is predeceased by


his parents Carmela and Andres
Gonzalez and one brother, Lloyd
Gonzalez.
He is survived by sisters, Amira
and Estella Gonzalez; brothers,
Amin, Eddy, Orlando, Omar and
Noel. He is also survived by
.
common-law-wife, Maria Ochoa;
five children, David Edgar,
Sharette Elizabeth, Stephanie
Elizabeth, Edgar David Jr and
Adrian Gonzalez.
While the discovery of Edgar's
body has provided closure for the
.
family, it is not the kmd that they
were hoping and praying for.
Edgar was born in Santa Elena,
Cayo, on September30, 1963. He
.
would have celebrated his 47th
.
birthday at the end of this month,
.
May his soul rest in peace.


IS IIOuse Burglarized

One Shotgun Among The Stolen Items
ESPERANZA VILLAGE, Cayo stolen therefrom was one 12 gauge
District, Wednesday, September Harrington & Richardson brand
.
8, 2010: shotgun with serial number
The home of an Esperanza AX467427 valued at $450 along
Farm Manager was reportedly with one black Acer brand laptop
.
burglarized and among the stolen ($1,500) and one modem ($227)
items were a 12 gauge shotgun for a total of $2,177.
.
which is causing the pohce much Police are actively following up
anxiety. on several leads. Anyone with
. -
Glenn Flowers, 53, Behzean Information which could lead to
'
Farm Manager, reportedly to pohce arrest of those responsible for the
that sometime between the hours burglary and the recovery of the
of 5:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on missing items, especially the
.
Wednesday, September 8, his shotgun, are asked to please
.
house, located on Middle Bank contact Crimes Investigation
. .
Road in Esperanza Village was Branch m San Ignacto Town or the
-
burglarized and among the items Crime Stoppers hothne.


again left behind on the counter.
After the first and second incident,
the two windows through which
entry was gained, were subse-
quently blocked off and replaced as
a solid wall.
Apart from the three robberies
Smith informed that he has also
experienced two robberies while
customers were inside the bar.
Notwithstanding these setbacks,


the shoes as the one that Edgar was
wearingwhenhelefthomeforwork
that Sunday evening thirty five days
ago. The previously unidentified
body was subsequently tagged with
an identity and the case of the
missing Edgar David Gonzalez was
upgraded to a murder investigation.
The mystery behind this incident,
is that while the deceased was
missing for thirty five days, he
never once contacted the family


Smith informed that he will
continue operating the business
while seeking to secure his invest-
ment in stock.
San Ignacio police is asking
anyone with information on this
and any of the other numerous
burglaries, especially of private
homes, to please contact personnel
from the Crimes Investigation
Branch at the San Ignacio police
station.


Name of Applicant


Registration Section


k colB No


Parcel No


Cecilia C. Martinez


ORANGE WALK TOWN


1901


OCED M POSED BODY IDENTIFIED AS *
MISSING SANTA ELENA WATCHMAN COSy COPHer BufflarlZOd Agal0


LRS-201009690


Registered Land Act





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