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BENJAMIN PETERS AND ALEXANDER EDWARDS

MURDERED IN HONDURAS
SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo
District, Friday, October 1,
2010:


Reports began circulating in
Santa Elena Town during the mid
morning hours on Tuesday,
September 28, about the death,
in Honduras, of two of three
prime suspects in the March 30,
2010 robbery of the Scotia Bank
in the Mennonite Community of
Spanish Lookout which also
resulted in the shooting death of
the bank's security guard.
The report was later
confirmed by Honduran press
with an article in the La Prensa
de Honduras under the heading
"Policemen implicated in the
death of Belizeans".

Henriquez Charged
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
MONDAY, September 27,
2010:
The Sacred Heart Church in
San Ignacio Town was packed to
capacity on Sunday, September
26, as relatives, friends and
a large gathering of cycling
colleagues gathered for the 10
a.m. funeral service and to bid
final farewell to Kristopher
Chuc, the 17 year old San

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Benjamin Peters, 22 Alexander Edwards
According to the La Prensa Honduran Agua Caliente border reportedly shot by the police.
article, after being detained station, all three Belizeans were They were reportedly left to die
in possession of guns at the taken to a remote area and but one of them miraculously
For Traffic Fatality survived.
r Traffic atalit The survivor's testimony in
Ignacio cyclist who was fatally La Prensa revealed that at around
injured in a road traffic accident 10 p.m. on Sunday, September
on the Western Highway near 26, they entered Honduras
Central Farm on Thursday, through the Agua Caliente
September 23. He was laid to Border Station at the Honduran
rest inside the Santa Rita border with Guatemala. They
Cemetery in San Ignacio Town were reportedly at a bus
The man charged in terminal near the Agua Caliente
connection with Chuc's death is Customs post where a search by
Miguel Alejandro Henriquez, policemen assigned to Customs
34, Belizean mechanic of an In- Miguel A. Henriquez, 34 resulted in the discovery of guns
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The First Public Consultation For The Bridge

Over The Macal River Linking The Twin Towns


BEDRAN HALL, San Ignacio
Resort Hotel, San Ignacio
Town, Tuesday, September 28,
2010:
The public consultation on the
San Ignacio-Santa Elena by-pass
Macal River Crossing was held
today in the Bedran Hall at the
San Ignacio Hotel Resort.
The event, moderated
by Anthony Mai from the
Department of the Environment,
began as scheduled at 6:30 pm
on Tuesday, September 29.
Sitting at the head table were
Minister of Works, Hon.
Anthony "Boots" Martinez
along with Chief Executive
Officer in the Ministry of
Works, Cadet Henderson;
Senior Engineer Edgar Puga
from one of the three Ministry
of Works' Project Execution
Units and Two Representatives
from the Caribbean Develop-
ment Bank in their capacity as
officials from the principal
financing agency.
Approximately 75 persons
attended this first public
consultation.
Those in attendance included
Cayo North Area Representa-
tive, Hon. Salvador Fernandez;
San Ignacio/Santa Elena Mayor,
John Francis August; Project
consultants from Halcrow
Consultancy, Teachers and s
students from Sacred Heart
College and concerned private
citizens and professionals from
the twin towns.
The consulting team informed
that after careful analysis, the
crossing off the Loma Luz
Boulevard in Santa Elena town
is currently believed to be more


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(L-R) Two Representatives from the Caribbean Development Bank; Senior Engineer Edgar
Puga; Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Works, Cadet Henderson and
Minister of Works, Hon. Anthony "Boots" Martinez


suitable in relation to two other
options at the crossing off the
end of Carillo Puerto Avenue,
Santa Elena.
In arriving at this determina-
tion the team cited the
following reasons:
a) It makes use of a protected
corridor for a future bypass of
the two towns
b) It results in lower social
impacts when compared with the
other two options which draws
traffic along narrow, residential
streets
c) It removes traffic from the
center of the two towns
d) When compared to the other
two options, it poses no
significant difference in
ecological constraints and
d) It produces the best savings
in journey time.
The team informed that the
project starts at the junction of
La Loma Luz Boulevard with the
Western Highway in Santa
Elena, it follows the entire length
of the boulevard and crosses
the Macal River about one
kilometer downstream from the
Hawksworth Bridge. It contin-
ues in a southerly direction
across open land over the Branch
Mouth Road to form a new
junction curving south west
across an old quarry and the
Golden Orange citrus orchard
linking up with Joseph Andrews
Drive and Benque Viejo Road to
rejoin the Western Highway at
its junction with Buena Vista
Street in San Ignacio Town.
The project will include the
strengthening and improvement
of the existing highway and


junctions at La Loma Luz
Boulevard, Branch Mouth Road,
Joseph Andrews Drive and the
Benque Viejo Road.
The improvements along
the route will include new
pedestrian walkways, drainage,
culverts, adequate traffic signs,
roadway lighting along with the
converting overhead electrical
and telephone cables going into
underground ducts all of which
is intended to make the route
more attractive and safer for
pedestrians and the motoring
public.
The high level bridge across
the Macal River, according to the
consulting team, is primarily
designed to relieve congestion in
the center of San Ignacio Town
and to provide a safe and secure
all-weather route for traffic on
the Western Highway.
It will also provide a
permanent replacement to the
low level temporary timber
bridge which will be ultimately
demolished thereby removing


traffic from Liberty Street and
George Price Avenue in Santa
Elena while the Hawksworth
suspension bridge will be
retained and maintained for use
by pedestrians and light traffic.
The Ministry of Works
informs that no effort will be
spared to minimize the impact of
the project on property and land
owners. The Ministry concedes
however that some property will
inevitably have to be acquired
but when this need arises, the
Ministry is committed to guide
all affected parties through
the process for the appropriate
compensation and that all
compensations for land and
property will be done in strict
accordance with Government's
statutory authority and
procedure.
The consultation, lasting
almost three hours, provided the
opportunity for the sharing
of comments and suggestions
between the consulting team


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The First Publie Consultation For The Bridge

Over The Macal River Linking The Twin Towns


and concerned citizens in
attendance.
The team attentively listened
and took note of the concerns
and comments expressed on
various aspects of the project
including the movement of
traffic; the elevation of the
bridge and the roadway as well
as the incorporation of suggested
roundabouts at crucial junctions
along the route.
Also brought up during the
discussion was the matter of
possible inconvenience that
could be caused to residents
living in the center of Santa
Elena Town who will be
required to alight buses at
the Loma Luz Boulevard and
having to walk or pay a taxi for
the almost one milejourney into
Santa Elena.
Members of the consulting
team indicated that they are
prepared to attend other public
consultations on the project if
the need arises.
The construction of the new


bridge, at a cost over 50 million
dollars, is slated to commence by
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the middle of 2011 with the
completion date estimated at


around 30 months thereafter.
Apart from improving the
traffic condition, the project
will also be providing much
needed employment within the
community.


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San Ignacio Branch, Cayo District
#16 Burns Avenue San Ignacio Town, Cayo District
Tel: 824-2031 Fax: 824-3029
Email: bblsi()belizebank.com




The Belize Bank Limited, San Ignacio Branch hereby
advises the general public that its offices
will be closed on Saturday, October 9, 2010.

The bank further advises that for your
everyday banking transactions during
the period when the bank is close,
Customers can use one of our
ATM's located countrywide.

Customers can also use your Belize Bank
VISA Debit or Credit Cards.

The Belize Bank Limited apologizes for any
inconvenience this may cause.

Wetaket isopprtunty


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........BELIZE TOURISM BOARD'


MARKETING DIRECTOR
Belize Tourism Board
Terms of Reference:


The Director of Marketing will be responsible for managing the global marketing team and agencies witlh a focus on growing vsitor numbers through online. offline, trade and
public relations.

This Director will also be responsible for implementing the proposed fundamental shift in marketing strategy to focus on online and trade relations. As such he/she needs to
demonstrate a solid understanding of marking planning and strategy In relation to destination marketing and budget and performance management, He/She should
demonstrate dear expertise in both new media and trade marketing.


> Adhiee markelingt obt.live a, outlined in Mdketing& Induslr)' relations section of BTB, action Plan 2010-12
, Develop, implement and manage marketing strategy includingvalue proposition, positioningstatement and marketing mix tactics.
SDc cl op annual ms rktinp plan to include budgets. gol and objc uivic, .racking mcaure'mentb andr cpor ting
, Manage and develop the M1r keting persornnetl t build J lohesive lerm dedidtled to ensuring the suc.(tssful irrplementation uomarketingstrategy
> Provide quarterly and annual business reviews for BTB Senior xec live Team
, Ensure integriv of the brand and value proposition is full embraced at all consumer, partner and employee contact points.
> Frijniul & pr'nfoimajnriL mjnjgemcnl


The Director of Marketing must have minimum of I Oyears travel industry itih proven experience in managing marketing strategy and planning. They must have the ability to
develop and manage marketing strategy, implement marketing plans thal are equall tocused oliline and online, and establish brand propositions
SI O+years eTpeence in marketing management career stream, preferably 3+ of thoseyears spent in destination marketing.
> Graduate degree, with course work or experience in marketing nd/or management.
> Proven experience developing integrated mjrkoeing plans, budget imaiaagellenil and pel'fo imalll evaluaiion in, ol ing a range of key marketing tactics with a particular focus on
online and trade marketing.
> 5+years experience leading a learn of diverse professionals in ihe fields of online & omine marketing. PR a, id media ielalions
> 5 +years dealing directly vith media buying. advertising, creallte and PRagences.
, Solid understanding o regional and global sustainability issues and experience in developing suslainjbiliv marketing iniliatives
> Demonstrated experience in building, presenting. negotiating business/ marketing proposals.
> IndersltndingofCRM. Principles including customer acquisilion, relention indJdatabase rnanagemenl.
> Goals oriented with strong leadership skills.
> Experience working in an inter national setting and proficiency in Spanish preferred.


Salary omnmensurate imhh qualJriC.lionsand experience.

Applications along with two letters of references are to be submitted to the
Belize Tourism Board no later than Friday, October 8th, 2010. Applications should be directed to:


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0IITI IYo rHoro iisco pe I I Lucky NI Pmbers


p ARIES:
March 22 to
April 20
You will have to use deep
understanding and your instinct
to deal with issues. Make sure
you use the methods that can
be comprehended by your
audience. Power of speech and
your own image will come
handy. You will have to snatch
time to indulge in some
hobbies.Lucky Numbers: 12, 44,
96.

TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
This week, you attempt
to get comfortable in your own
skin and try to generate goodwill
around you. There is an indica-
tion of acquisition of objects
of material comfort. You will


also focus towards securing
your domestic fortress
emotionally and financially.
Lucky Numbers: 07, 72, 95.

S GEMINI:
/.VMay 22 to June 21
There are many concrete gains,
financial as well as professional
indicated. You become aware
about your fears and complexes
that have been holding you back.
Therefore it is very likely that
you begin work on decimating
these barriers. Lucky Numbers:
04, 33, 69.

: CANCER:
-.-.- June 22 to
S' July 23
The buzzword for you this
week is politeness and humility.
This will accomplish for you


what no amount of aggression
could. Do not give out advice
unless you have been asked for
it. Let people do what they want
to, even if you feel that you know
what is definitely better for
them. Lucky Numbers: 26, 63,
88.

LEO:
IF July 24 to
"%. August 21
You may find that your mind
is being pulled in several
directions. You need to collect
the scattered self and focus your
energies on strengthening one
work-related aspect. Money will
be important but you may get
disgruntled by people who
seemingly have it all nice and
easy. Lucky Numbers: 16, 50, 65.

VIRGO:
August 22 to
,Y September 21
The coming week is all about
socialising with people. Do not
dismiss it casually as much of
your duties are defined and
expectations revealed during
such meetings. However, do not
overindulge or your health could
be affected. Some really busy
times lie ahead so make the most
of this. Lucky Numbers: 22, 36,
71.

LIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
It is a hectic season if your are
engaged in business activities.
Travel is likely. You may also
have to dedicate a lot of time
towards your business plans and
money allocation. Take time but
make sure that you apportion the
monies and invest wisely as
well. This will avoid the chances
for money related flare-ups.
Lucky Numbers: 03, 24, 53.

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& Records
#6 Hudson Street, San Ignacio
Telephone: 824-2101
We have a wide
assortment of
Electronics, including
Play Gtation 2,
PgP and Wii.
Also available, Games,
Cell Phone and iPod
Accessories.
We Have Fantastic Gift Sets,
Male & Female Watches,
jewelry as well as the
latest CD's and DVD's.


U f SCORPIO:
:- October 24 to
3 November 21
There is work but there is
excitement too. There could be
ceremonies, get-togethers and
children related activities that
keep you on your toes. You will
turn now towards you family
and loved ones for you find
peace and comfort at home.
Lucky Numbers: 21, 56, 84.

,J SAGITTARIUS:
jr November 22 to
{( December 21
You have been working really
hard and may be worrying quite
a bit too in the recent past.
Professional has been demand-
ing and continues to remain so.
However, time for doubts and
questions to disappear is here as
you reap the rewards of your
hard work. Lucky Numbers: 6,
15, 78.

CAPRICORN:
December 22 to
January 20
Work pressure intensifies.
Partnerships struck now
will be fruitful. Seminars,
conferences and meetings are
aplenty. Future plans may be
seriously on the anvil. Marriage
for eligible individuals is
on cards. Domestic responsibili-
ties increase greatly. .Lucky
Numbers: 02, 18, 62.

AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
February 19
There is a challenge this week
in the form of some risk or threat
that looms large. You will need
to fall back on your own
strengths and knowledge. Do not
let panic take you over. Chalk
out a strategy with a calm mind
to deal with the crisis. Let your
loved ones know if you need
time off. Lucky Numbers: 27,
32, 48.

PISCES:
February 20 to
March 21
The coming week is all about
taking on more responsibility
that you can efficiently handle.
Your mind may be occupied
with many relationship-related
thoughts. Also, the other issue
you may have to deal with is
that of feeling underutilized at
work, with no outlet for your
creativity. Lucky Numbers: 64,
77, 91.


national Institute of culture and history

Applications are invited from suitably persons to fill the post of ASSISTANT
COORDINATOR San Ignacio / Santa Elena HOUSE OF CULTURE
with the Museum of Belize / Houses of Culture, National Institute of Culture
and History

Main Functions: Revitalizes conserves and presents to the public the principal
cultural expressions that reflect and identity of Belize (through concerts, folkloric
events, exhibition and Festival of Arts). Develop a network with schools, clubs
and other associations to obtain best results in cultural developments in the
community.

Education and Experience:
High School or Associate Degree Diploma or the equivalent
experience in the field of cultural business administration.
Have Knowledge in Microsoft Programs.
Must have the ability to read and write in English / Spanish.
Ability to detail with, follow through, and complete tasks and meet
deadlines set for an exhibition or display.
Ability and willingness to work flexible hours, weekends and holidays.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist with organizing yearly activities, lecturers, exhibits and official
openings, Musical and Cultural events, workshops.
Assist with developing cultural community activities at the House of
Culture with children, youth, adults, senior citizens (lecturer
presentation, celebration of cultural events).
Assist with outgoing and incoming correspondence to officials,
schools, and other organizations, do press release and other public
relations activities to connect with various media.
Help setting up summer programs and arrange for instructors.
Assist with administrative work, answering phone calls, assist with
purchasing items needed for office.
Prepare monthly visitors report as well as statistics.
Ensure that there are activities taking place at the SISEHOC on a
weekly basis such as programs, Art classes, dance, etc.
Establish contacts with community members who may contribute to
activities of the SISEHOC
Carry out any other duties related to NICH.

Interested persons send letter of application, together with resume and two (2)
recent references, to:

Director
Museum of Belize / Houses of Culure
Culvert Drive, Belmopan, Cayo District, Belize
Tel: 501-822-3302 or -822-3307

Deadline for applications: October 12th, 2010


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New Health Centre for Lihcertad and New


Ministry of IIcalth conducts Annual Dental


Health Pus( for Concencion


Workshop


The Social Investment Post included a general
Fund, in collaboration upgrade to the entire
with Ihe. Ministry of building. A chain link
Health officially launched fence wias also built
the Libertad Village around the property and
1Iealth furniture was provided.
Centre and
also held an j. W: Minister of Health Hon.
inauguration Pablo Marn gave the
ceremony 'n keynote address at both
for the Conccpcion Village ceremonies. lie celebrated
Health Post on Friday with the residents and
September 3id, 2010. reiterated government's
cornmilment to improve
The Libertad Village hcalthcarc for all
Health Centre will include Belizeans.


the construction of a two-
storey building for general
medical services. The
Concepcion Village Health


The total cost of both
projects is estimated at
BZ$500,01)(X.(.)


The Dental Department
conducted their Annual
Dental Workshop at the
Princess International,
Corozal Free Zone on
September 16i' and 17"
under the theme "Three
Brushings per Day Keeps
the Cavities Away."
1 the objective of the
workshop was aimed at
analyzing the overall
performances of
programs in accordance
with the department's
National Action Plan and
alsoo o increase the dental
staff's knowledge and


approach in adapting to
new practices that Iprevent
dental caries,
Dentist of the Year went to
Dr. Glenda Major and Dr,
Mercedcs Matis nee Ruiz.
Assistant of the Year went
to Ms. Norma O'Bricn and
Ms. Dawn Burgess.
Minister of
Hellth, Hon.
Pablo Matnn
gavc remarks
at the
workshop and also handed
out packages of Flouride
Varnish for the dental
clinics countrywide.


Belize observes Caribbean Wellness Week


First patient receives treatment under


Public Dialysis Program


The Ministry of Health
will be celebrating
Caribbean Wellness Week
from
.i '"; September
26 Jito
October 2",
. 2010.
During Ihis-
week, the
focus will be to promote
greater awareness and also
to encourage activities that
will reduce chronic non-
umimunicable diseases
primarily obesity, diabetes,
licart disease and


hypertension.
The Ministry invited
schools, private
organizations,
Government offices, and
other Non-Governuental
Organizations to
implement activities to
motivalc staff
participation in conducting
wellness practices such as
health assessments,
walking and sporting
activiLies.
Thee theme lr Wellneks
Week is "Love trfl Rmudy,
Love that Mind, Practice
Healthy Living. "


The Ministry of Hlalth
and Karl Hcusner
Memorial Hospital
(KI IIl) is pleased to
announce the start of its
first patient to receive
IrcailmenI frrom the
Dialysis I nil Program on
Wednesday September 22,
2010.
Patients who are currently
receiving Hemodialysis
treatment from Belize
Health Care Partners Ltd
under the gouvemmenti
sponsored program will be
transferred to the public


program on a phased
hbsis.
The Management team
which includes
representative~ from the
Ministry of 1Healh,
KHMIT and L.a I.oma Luz
Adventist Hospital is
planning an official
open iig ofthe two dialysis
units for early October.



Ministry of Health
Belmopan
822-2363 / 2325


M Ministry of Health
September Issue n ly Publication


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San Ignacio Boy Goes To Big Jail

Attempting To Kill A Santa Elena
SANTA ELENA TOWN, ^: F.
Cayo, Monday, September 27,
2010: --- ..... -
A 17 year old boy from San
Ignacio Town, on an attempt
murder charge, was today.
remanded to the big jail in
Hattieville.
The boy stands accused of
attempting to kill a 44 year old
man from Santa Elena Town on
the night of September 20.
According to San Ignacio
Police, the victim, Leonardo
Velasquez, 44, Belizean laborer
of a Trapiche area address in
Santa Elena was attacked by the
boy and an adult male person in
the area of the farmers market
in San Ignacio.
The victim was reportedly first
hit in the forehead with a stone
and when he fell to the ground
the attackers stole the mere $23 L
he had in the pocket of his pants .
after which he was cut across
the belly and stabbed on the left
side of the body below the arm. The sheer will to survive kept Leonardo Velasque;
He was then dragged down the despite a vicious attack and being left to d
hills and thrown into the Macal that early hour of the morning City where he is re,


River.
The injured man floated
under the low timber bridge
emerging on the other side
where he held on to a handful of
shrubs on the river bank for an
incredible eight hours (from 8:30
pm to 4:30 am) until the first
pedestrian crossing the bridge at


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heard his faint call for help.
The pedestrian contacted the
police and the injured man was
removed from the water and
transported to the San Ignacio
Community Hospital where he
was initially treated and later
rushed to the Karl Heusner
Memorial Hospital in Belize


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lie
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Relatives say that the sheer
will to survive kept him alive as
he remained in the river for eight
hours bleeding from the injuries
inflicted by the attackers.
While the evidence indicate
that two persons were involved
in the attack, investigators
suspect that this is one of those


classic cases in which a minor,
protected by law from the
publication of his name and
photograph, is taking the full
wrap for an adult.
The boy is scheduled to return
to court on Thursday, November
11,2010.

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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


NAME- Registration Section Block & Certificate Nos.
NAME Certificate Nos.
Parcel Nos.
ELAINE YOUNG Caribbean Shores/Belize 16/1052/1 2956/89 dtd. 6/10/1989
ALBERTO BRADLEY San Pedro 7/1106 2672/2005 dtd. 19/4/2005
LORI KATHERINE REED San Pedro 7/608 2139/1998 dtd. 6/4/1998
CHERIE CHENOT-ROSE & VINCENT ROSE Punta Gorda 42/250 LRS-200801995 dtd. 26/2/2008
VINCENT ROBERT ROSE San Pedro 7/1954 8902/2000 dtd. 22/11/2005
BERNABEL COCOM Benque Viejo del Carmen 23/636/1 3980/1994 dtd. 6/10/1994

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


(PATRICIAROBATEAU PEREZ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS


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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.



(PATRI'L ROB..TEAU PEIC ) (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201007583
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TOWER HILL,
Block No. 4 being Parcel No. 765.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 54 of
1976 dated 20th January, 1976 in favor of FLORINA RAMOS as
administratrix of the Estate of Claudio Soliz (deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010176
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2587.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 427 of 1989
dated 3rd March, 1989 and recorded in the Deeds Book Volume 5 of 1989 at
Folios 739-746 in favour of MICHAEL JONES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010177
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2171.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Indenture No. 220 of 1967 dated 29th
April, 1967 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1967 at Folios 583-588
in favour of BERNIE STAINE as Administrator of the Estate of Sarah A.
Staine (deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010178
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3501.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 315 of 1988
dated 29th February, 1988 and recorded in the Deeds Book Volume 5 of 1988
at Folios 313-320 in favour of ROSELLA TILLETT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010179
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2583.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2149 of 2008
dated 19th June, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of 2008 at
Folios 1107-1114 in favour of NIDIA MAGALY PEREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010180
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2596.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1454 of 1981
dated 19th October, 1981 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 15 of 1981 at
Folios 983-992 in favour of MICHAEL WALLACE RAMCLAM &
JOYCE RAMCLAM.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010181
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2995.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 195 of 2007
dated 5th March, 2007 in favour of FRANCISCO GUITIERREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010182
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 89.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 994 of 2001


dated 13th January, 2002 in favour of DAWN L. USHER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010184
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2490.

This eel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1793 of 2008
dated 19th June, 2008 and recorded in the Deeds Book Volume 21 of 2008 at
Folios 1231-1238 in favour of ALFONSO OSWALDO WILTSHIRE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010200
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2425.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Assent No. 1934 of 2007 dated 15th
June, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of 2007 at Folios 1029-
1034 in favour of LINSFORD GUZMAN, KYRLAN GUZMAN,
KENISHA LEWIS, RAYMOND RAMOS ELVIS AVILA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010201
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENCIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 909

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1178 of 1999 dated 17t
April, 1999 and recorded in the Deeds Book Volume 13 of 1999 at Folios
1199-1216 in favour of THOMAS J. TREMMEL & JEAN MARIE
TREMMEL.

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 a 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 ESTELLA IVY CRAWFORD & ELVIS AUSTIN
CRAWFORD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010203
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TRIAL FARM,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 203.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 281 of
2001 dated 9th May, 2001 in favor of ALICIA E. GOTOY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010204
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1164.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3494 of 1998 dated 21st
December, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 41 of 1998 at Folios
882-889 in favour of NINIVE ALVAREZ & MARCOS ALONZO
ALVAREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010205
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2141.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0472 of 2007
dated 5th February, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 2007 at
Folios 977-986 in favour of SILVIO AMARO CORREA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010206
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3789.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0049 of 2007
dated 20th December, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of 2007 at
Folios 861-868 in favour of RAFAEL TORRES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010212
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2422.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1022 of 2008
dated 8th April, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 12 of 2008 at
Folios 1307-1314 in favour of IDA LIU & LOANNE LIU.


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Dangriga Residents Should Rally

Against PUP Rally In Their Town
By: Wellington C. Ramos Town at no cost. This same man races separate while the Creoles
is now seeking a position as an were still slaves. This experience
executive member of the PUP is the main cause for friction and
Today, the residents of tension between these two
Dangriga Town cannot go and African groups in Belize among
fish at the pier or unload cargo many of their people up to this
to make money in order to day.
support their families. From the 1950's up until
The United Democratic Party Belize became an independent
is trying to repossess this pier country on September 21, 1981,
from Luke Espat and return it the People's United Party was
to the government and people governing the country of Belize.
of Belize so that meaningful Before that time most Garifuna
economic activities can recon- communities in the south were
vene that will benefit Dangriga governed by Non Governmental
When the People's United residents economically. Organizations with prominent
Party (PUP) had their party After the Garifuna people Garifuna leaders from the
meeting a couple months ago, were brought from their native community at the helm. In
the standard bearer for the Stann homeland St. Vincent and forced Dangriga there was CDS and
Creek West constituency to live in Roatan Honduras on CAC the two most powerful
Rodwell Ferguson moved a April the 12th, 1797, they settled associations in the town. They
motion that Dangriga Town be along the coastline of Honduras, both had a huge meeting
the venue for the party's national parts of Nicaragua and Guate- place to gather and discuss
convention to be held on mala and in the southern part of developmental, community
October 17th this year. Belize. development and problem
The PUP has a history of The British restricted the solving techniques. If the
totally neglecting the people Garifuna people to the south to British thought that they were
from the southern part of Belize. avoid them from intermingling making it difficult for the
The Garifuna people have risen with their African brothers and Garifuna people history will
to the top inside the United sisters the creoles because they prove them wrong. In fact, the
Democratic Party (UDP) far were known warriors, southern part of Belize is the
more than the People's United At that time slavery was still richest part of the country in
Party and the record is there to practiced in Belize and they were terms of natural resources with
confirm this fact. afraid that the Garifuna people various types of soil vegetation
The PUP is so disrespectful to would teach the Creoles their for agriculture and a place where
us that right in front of our faces, war skills to help them become you get to enjoy coastal and
they took Commerce Beight Pier free people. During this process tropical rainforest life.
and gave it away to one of their of institutionalized slavery, they Throughout the administration
party supporters Luke Espat brainwashed the Creoles to think of the People's United Party, the
against the wishes and will of the that they were better than the Garifuna people all had farms
Garifuna people from Dangriga Garifuna people to keep both and engaged in various types of


farming such as; plantain, sugar,
banana, citrus, cassava and
several other types of crops. Yet,
under the leadership of George
Cadle Price, they were never
given the opportunity to engage
in large scale farming like the
people in Orange Walk and
Corozal Districts with the
sugarcane farms. Even up to this
day when looking at the
industries in the country, the
southern part has and is still
contributing significantly to the
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
of Belize but the return in
spending has been less compared
to other districts. Belize will
never become an industrialized
nation unless they do significant
development in the southern part
of their country with its
abundance in natural resources.
The Guatemalans have already
conducted their geological
survey and this is the reason why


they insist on getting the
southern part of Belize if the
government of Belize continue
to neglect it.
The Garifuna people use to be
great warriors but as of lately
they are acting like humble
children. The Mayas in Belize
have organized themselves to
seek justice on behalf of their
people and they are making
significant gains. When will the
Garifuna people in the south
stand up and say that enough is
enough? Land has been taken
away that was once Garifuna
Reserve Land in the Toledo and
Stann Creek Districts, in
Barranco Village some Maya
Indians from Guatemala have
taken away some of their lands
and Commerce Bight has been
taken away while the National
Garifuna Council stand idly by
and did nothing. Remember, that
we are the only people with
black skin that are still
indigenous to Belize because of
our ethnic makeup. Garifuna
people did not come to Central
America by choice but were
brought by the British against
their free will and a great debt is
still owed to us.
For these reasons, we can no
longer afford to sit on the
sidelines any more. I am now
calling on my family and friends
to protest and boycott this PUP
convention to be held in
Dangriga Town on October 17,
2010. Unless, the PUP decides
to commit themselves to return
Commerce Bight Pier to our
people in Dangriga Town. In
addition, we want to know what
is their industrialization plan for
the people of the Stann Creek
and Toledo Districts for the next
five years if they were to be
re-elected as the government of
Belize. As adults, we are going
to refuse the constant practice
of people coming into our
communities and doling out
small change to our people while
they give themselves power and
enrich their families, cronies and
others to rake in millions of
dollars on our backs. Sometimes
I think people believe that our
people are stupid and are not
aware of the games that are
being played on them. Just
remember my people, that the
Garifuna people are highly
educated, have educated the
majority of Belizeans and have
a good history of fighting and
you don't want to awake the
sleeping giants.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010211
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3839.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 583 of 2001
dated 27th August, 2001 in favour of CRISPINA MADERA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010213
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1012.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 361 of 1991 dated 25th
February, 1991 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of 1991 at Folios
1127-1136 in favour of JENNISONE NUNEZ, PATRICIAA. NUNEZ &
(HENRY ABRAHAM NUNEZ Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010214
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1012.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2468 of 1999 dated
15th September, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 29 of 1999 at
Folios 541-550 in favour of TERESITA VALENTINE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010219
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 167.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 532 of 2002
dated 14th July, 2002 in favour of AMPARO VERDE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010220
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN JOAQUIN/
SAN MAXIMO, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 211.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 201 of 1991
dated 31st May, 1991 in favour of RUFINO CHE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010241
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 312.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0542 of 2005
dated 3rd March, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 of 2005 at
Folios 1335-1350 in favour of LEO ANTHONY CASTILLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010242
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENCIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcels No. 391.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 3676 of 2001
dated 15th December, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 47 of 2001 at
Folios 373-379 in favour of RANDOLPH ESMOND BOWERS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010243
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 690.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1261 of 1981 dated
25th August, 1981 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13 of 1981 at Folios
963-982 in favour of REAL ESTATE LIMITED IN LIQUIDATION.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010244
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,VALLEY
COMMUNITY/ALTA VISTA, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 66.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1190 of 1987
dated 30th September, 1987 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 12 of 1987
at Folios 387-394 in favour ofRAFAEL CALIZ & KATHLEEN CALIZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010245
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, COROZAL
NORTH, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 813.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Indenture dated 20th May, 1942 and
recorded in Deeds Book Volume 35 of 1942 at Folios 139-140 in favour of


MODESTO NORMANDO LIZARRAGA as Administrator of the
Estate of Carlos Modesto Lizarraga (deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010253
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 627.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 843 of 1968
dated 21st September, 1968 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1968 at
Folios 791-800 in favour of of ROSITA LAM CHANG.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010354
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1685.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1906 of 2001
dated 27th June, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of 2001 at
Folios 37-44 in favour of EDLEY JEROME POWEL Jr.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010438
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S
SQUARE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No.1188.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2397 of 1992 dated
18th November, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 29 of 1992 at
Folios 153-162 in favour of LLEWELYN MARTINEZ & UATIVA
MARTINEZ (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010452
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being ParcelNo. 223.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 447 of 2008
dated 8th July, 2008 in favour of MARIA MAGDALENA MANCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010453
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST.
GEORGE'S CAYE, Block No. 17 and being Parcel No. 121.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 343 of 1998
dated 31st March, 1998 in favour of NEHMAT MALEK as Administrator
of the Estate of Michel Malek (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010454
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SARTENEJA,
Block No. 3 and being Parcel No. 557.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 234 of 1995
dated 17th October, 1995 in favour of ISRAEL SOSA.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010455
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 105.


DANGRIGA


This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 778 of 2003
dated 10th August, 2003 in favour of LIBERATO TEUL.

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

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010380
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 363.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 68 of 1997
dated 18th February, 1997 in favour of MARIA YOUNG.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010381
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2159.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 682 of 2008 dated 25th
February, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 2008 at Folios 327-
336 in favour of ASHTON LONGSWORTH.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF

BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13



APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010382
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 744.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Assent No. 2135 of 1995 dated 9th
October, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of 1995 at Folios
1137-1158 in favour of PATRICIA SLUSHER & ALLAN SLUSHER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010383
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1071.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2529 of 1997
dated 7h October, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume21 of 1997 at
Folios 1287-1292 in favour of RUTH PALACIO.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-2010425
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
Block No. 7 and being Parcel No. 6726.


SAN PEDRO,


Mr. Jones lived alone on the
remote farm with only a pet dog
for company.
One day the dog died and
Jones went to the parish priest
and ask, "Father, my dog is
dead.. could you say a massfor
the dog."
Father James, "I'm afraid
not; we cannot have services
for an animal in the
church...But there are some
Baptists down the lane and


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there's no tellin' what they
beleive. Maybe they'll do
something for the dog."
Jones said, "I'll go right away
Father. But do you think
$5,000 is enough to donate to
them for the service?"
Father Patrick exclaimed,
"Sweet Mary, Mother of Jesus!
Why didn't ya' tell me the dog
was Catholic. Of course we will
do the mass right her in the
dog's church?"


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This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance dated 12th March, 1989
and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1989 at Folios 751-758 in favour
of TERESITA ALAMILLA DE GUERRERO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010429
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, MARY HICKEY,
Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 78.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2835 of 2008
dated 18t September, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 34 of 2008
at Folios 1261-1268 in favour of CEIBA LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010431
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, MARY HICKEY,
Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 79.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 243 of 2009
dated 22nd July, 2009 in favour of CEIBA LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010435
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 880.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 0711 of 2006 dated
3rd March, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 2006 at Folios
783-794 in favour of CAMPDEN SERVICES LTD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010436
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1920.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 392 of 1999
dated 12th February, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of 1999 at
Folios 855-862 & Deed Rectification No. 867 of 2003 dated 31st March
2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11 of 2003 at Folios 1147-1158
in favour of MARIA ESTELLA RECINOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-2010104367
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1921.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Indenture No. 2157 of 1998 dated 17th
August, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of 1998 at Folios
1484-1491 & Deed Rectification No. 391 of 1999 dated 12th February 1999
and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of 1999 at Folios 847-854 in favour
of MARIA ESTELLA RECINOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010670
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/


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Will and Matt Burrard-Lucas,
were visiting the Masai Mara in
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migration, only to find a pink
hippo.
"Our guide had mentioned that
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as they are visible to predators
and get sunburnt. Hippos
however are large enough to fend
off rare attackers, while using
their sweat as sunscreen.
"It was a young one as it is
much smaller than the other
hippos and always stayed close
to its mother," said Will, who
added that it was "very shy and
hid behind its mother.


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Elcin an Bounda 1~f'T f'r1 ies Department


ThODPRA. 46

RFPRF %FSENTTON OF THE PEOPr E ACT. CAP. 9

14 P-2 i stmt i n n ff ice.
C orozaL Bay E L1.Fxa Liivi.'-ikn
Sccc-~nd St. ',7rt)l
C.'rjro7al Towni

No)VI1C1( TO EIIFIJC(TI1%R!
ALI, PIERSN S who re re2i.tered -.c e ectorm in tna UOR(IZAi 14AV
ELECTOR-AL DIVISIONa, ind who miay hdLvo ohbjclixi LU IL hI rtflhnhiuu n in thd
roiErbor o tho n cunl of mny othL.r ponun nlcrF; dwriein prior W Ji'- 30-11 dt ly
Scpotnhcr. 2010 ,l ai notificd tfit tlc v must %tia tc .ci*r action i i Foin- I14-A tv)
Lhe LrnckrcignIx1 h'IOc Lh.- I P' [ dv o Nf Novcnh-rn, 2) 10 .

flAT ED th is I1A L d of OetohIe, 2 C10.


Signed; ALariii Xdcl
RE GISTRIMNG OFFICER
Corozal Bay Elector*al Divigill


R.O.P.A. 46

RFEPRESEN-T.TATTONOFTHFWFFOPE ,. ACT. CAP, 9

RiEicdr~qtinlr Ice.
OruiV % -alk -North EkxUrti1 DiVi~ion
I;% Smnta, An at.
OranlaiI: W .k Town


A 1I. 1, 1 ER SONS -w ho a re reg-iII ac :Ie Iect-) m i(n thIe 0RA N G K NVA 1, K NO KI I I
ELECIOLO-rU UJ ISION. ind wl- Ei-i na'v Lvri b-x:i-i- lo thei raatnion in thut
reistkc: f ihC naLn2 1;of L- ri,% th- pLTsnr c.n klT OLh.JlIfi pri.Ir W .h1 30L' (d V f
Scptcmlmr. 20 1(C,-.arc notificd that thcv inust state tiir ob 2 in Fcrni1 4A\to
Llw undCr.iancd hcrre hcI day vW N' veon', 201 U.

DAT Fl) th i 1s l- av of October, 21110C.

Signed; Su1cdad Mlwuo
It!g1 Eq rS h litLNG U 0 CE l cRI it
Oranige Walle, Nort~h Electoral Divigiirn


RT.O.PA. 46


REJ7IUiA SJ'AiATO N1 'II LJ ACT. C'A1 9

Registration office
Cliroza[L Nirtbh E ktr.r m LDivisios n
ScQxcmd Si. North
Coro7i Town

-N1OICE TO ELUCTIQRS
AA 1,1. PRSONS whoS are, repioterrl1 a, f.I.etnrf in rhr, ('I 714OZAINflOi'RTH
E.LECTORA&L DIVISIO.N. aul who my frv- Lv objcctii-Lto the r lmLnhoun in Ihu
roipcr iof tho na mmc of01 an th r pDfn rlcrou dwriin prior tc. Ji 3 ( dl v -i7 d
Supwnb~ L 2U1 ft! ur& nsiifkii thna th~c inust Y~lLL thvir fc irn i -rrr- 14A
thco un & riigncd bdctic t1,-- Id' day of N,-Ac ,iibrci 2 0 1 C.

I)''I1I 1 th is 1 da t of Octol cr.r 7f110


Signed, tLaria Xellw;
IWI GIS S MIN G OAI CEI
Corozarl Northh Flectora~l D~ivisionn


R.O.P.A. 46


WIUTLE SENI.UA-N O1 LLT I'E P.E LL.E h. CAP 9

Kegistratior tTffioe
%-Val~'i~k (:ontnl ~Elo,Vlw.-d Dwlza~lc
lA Sanhi Ana Si
Or(A e TAIk Twn

NOTiCE, TO h LECIORS
AI.,I II'FWO SI 7S wh n iref r iPt.2 i at -lz I r in the 01?ANC.If WAI-IC
CENTRAL EL.ECTORAL D)IVISlON, a-ad wao r-ay havc ob>LLctan to Lh.
rotLmnlion n tLIW rgiJ. LTr of7 th f nlLL ofL anv roLFr 1xTr r,-1n ;a-ir.W thd crfjjjricr Lt
dic. 30L day CSLI ~~tcmb r. 2010, are. notified &W t l~wy must stati., thcir obhj ;xtion in
Fai in 14;.t t ic ui ckir, -cd bcf er the 1' cI l t' N 'Aci i fl~r 2U1Si.

DATIFI.l th is 1:' djy nf Octalher. fl;



Oraill.ic : Y-l VaI Ck-ral F owL;.:r1 Diviziion


R 10.I' A. 46


RLLESE.A-nONU OF"4 THEFEOPL-EACI. UCP. 9


Regislrilion Iisj

17 SQiocind St.I
Corowila Towni


-NOTICE TO ELV:JIORS
ALLERPh NS RB~ ah e regist-ie6d a eectmrs iti tUe. CROZiAL SO LIJfiKAST
FLEFCTOR.&L DMTSTION. l.i d who mn;ay h~ilvl hjCCLi;n- L L ihin T.lunhi i T in LwatI
ralstor of thL nn cof wn other pcon nlcr'cx tdwrm piior ior wh 30-1I d- cay
SSeptember. 2010 are notitfil tant the'v rnut state their oh ecti on i i Th!rrr I 4A t.
th c u n k rigncd ctfiv, th- I dav of \kjy n1icr, 2 0 1 C.


Oralng( WC k 7.iSL FEkX;A0Tra1 Di vi iiAf
IA Sanla Amn'A
C-)-oml3 TownH


N OTXcEJ TO ELECTORS
ALL P&RSON S w. ho mre f eiitsxd as ceectxs i h the Olt-INGE WALK .EIS1:
EELCTORAL n-rrTS7N.. ;ind wh;) n:nv h.ivx ohobc-i; 1t tci r:IlC Lii l inl th
registac ofih[ 1hic nan ',tr irthr pL'rersor cnLmrel twreinm prior Lk, :jh 3(') L w .Vl'
ep~teryl~er, 201 (.', re notified that theL-, must state th i1, ort* ec-in in FT.rm 14A to
t1 c in ck r iii-ncd 1,rc, the I day *aY Nm~cmbhcr. 201.


DATI ED This, 1 da of October 2 (11 G.


Sigiid: Niarihi Vello3
REGI STERING OFFICER
Corozal South East electoral Divbion


Signed. Suled1d iAlonzo
KEGI1ST9RLNGY OFFICER
Orange Walk Rast Fletobial Dimion


It.O.lA. 46


RFPRESE ITART.ITM ON OF TrWVEOPT.R ACT. CA~P. 9

1{ojtrlmraicn Qffic
C.'OTOXMI Souffi I~csl ECCLor al D~ivision~
37 frcnrd -t Nnrt.-i
Io I 'I bvFS7i

-Q1CJiE TO ELECIh[ORS
ALL LSONS who are re J a ole-US t O 1U On Lu LFCOROZ,1L SUSO II MW EST
EELCTORAL. DlMTSTON, lind who ayn;y h ivl hjcci;n -L Lo Lhc cTntiin in hwl
rXiltr : l' h nanic or any olhLT pcrnn LnltrircL-: Licrcuin prior T i :hi 30-1, dml' ( f-
SSeplembe ir 2010 are not tit icl t1 t the mu. t stnte their ob'ection iiThi-rrr 14A t.
the uII n li'ign.di heflre the Ia 13- day o f Nm -Tiber, 2 (11 C.
DI i IhD i 1' ddV of Otob tr, 20 i0

Signo~d: Niarb 'k.clics
REGISTERING OFFICER
coru~zl iSouth West ElctduraI .Divisivu


RLO.Z.A. 46


RE.PRESERNT TTON OFTTIW1PT,.OP T. T. CAP, 9


0rTii, c Walk SoL.Lh F1 -'C ruTl 1iv-i Vi Jn
1 A S-;anta An A -t
Clramae \X k lown

-O'NrOci TO ELECIORS
ALL PERSO-N 8S ho c.ercgi-itjerl m s eloctu in the. ORlCNG E VALIC LISO IM
ELETC'TORAT, DWnrvsON ;rnd wh;) rinv h.v ohbcc,.i;. 1 1lU therLiLH)11 in lh:IL
rcuistc- otl' Ihte namico fmy (hcT rl-sor Llid irlhCTein prior LM ]1 3(JL d.i~v oil
SSeptery~er, 20 1' (1, re notified that they rnurt mite their otb ec-inn in lT7rm 14A to
the .nllsined b~et%r the I , dov; -Nm~eeber, 20 1C.

DAi~fED 11 i'- 1' d a y (iv f Och 201 G.

Signed,. Suledati Alonzo


RIEPRESENI Sf ION OkFI'I{IEOPLE ACT. 9A. 9


SDiVTED) this P di,.,, of October 20J10.


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Sacred Heart College Students On Crime Continues
To Pla2ue Our Society


Dear Editor,
This serves to register our
concern over the rate of crime
that continues to escalate in our
country. Crime affects us the
citizens in many ways, (the
young and the old). We are of
the opinion that crime is caused
as a result of unemployment,
gang violence, and jealousy.
Unemployment is caused by
many things. People stay
without jobs and cannot provide
for their family. Unemployment
results from people not having
the skill or education to earn
a decent living or being
undermined or fired for unnec-
essary reasons. For e.g. political
bias. On the other hand, there are
less investments in Belize.
Gang violence is another
problem that contributes to the
crime in our society. People who
are out of school and have
nothing to do should go out and
create "cliques". In doing so
they are only allowing
their minds to be idle and not
productive. The misuse of Drugs
is a factor that is greatly
contributing to gang violence.
It can also start off by the older
people who bully the younger
ones. This would further turn out
to be a gang. (Young people are
easily influenced.)
Colors is what creates gangs.
For e.g. there are the "crips"
and "bloods". (blue and red)
People fight over these colors.
Jealousy has the potential to
lead to crime. There is jealousy
in relationships especially those


in common-law relationships.
People try to compete and when
they lose, they become envious.
Then they would fight and start
quarrels which turns out to
killing and so on. These all
contributes to jealousy which in
turn leads to acts of violence.
In conclusion, crime could be
minimized There are many
ways. Some solutions to reduce
the crime rate in our society
include government putting
mechanisms in place to try to
lure more investors. This should
translate into the blossoming of


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more investments so that more activities to foster or encourage
jobs are available, social bonding and spirit of
There should be more community.
scholarships so that more Rosabel Chun, Gregory Codd,
students are encouraged to Godwin Castillo, Ray Ruiz
attend school, more recreational
Any Loss Of Life Is Regretted


Dear Editor;
I witnessed the unfortunate
accident resulting in the tragic
death of young Kristopher
Chuc from a rather close
distance (I was on the bump
closest to the Ferry road) and
caught a glimpse of the rider and
his bicycle airborne.
I immediately called the San
Ignacio Hospital and the police.
I was still on the phone with the
police giving them the exact
location of the accident when a
black pick-up truck coming from
the direction of San Ignacio
stopped and place the cyclist on
the back with the bike and sped
off in the Direction of San
Ignacio.
I again called the hospital and
as for the emergency ward to be
alerted.
On my way to San Ignacio I
did see a police vehicle by CP
Gas in Santa Elena headed to, I
believe the scene of the accident
but no ambulance.
I later checked with the
hospital about the ambulance
and was told that the ambulance
'does not pickup casualties
from the road but only makes
interhospitals transfers!
This to me if in fact is the case
is unacceptable and should be
denounced at the highest levels!
As a matter of common sense
I am aware that one does not


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move a person after such an
accident for fear of further
endangering the life involved
(I later learnt that my passage
who had gone to the scene
across from where I was parked
asked them not to move him as
the ambulance was on the way
and that they could further
aggravate his injuries).
I am appealed though about this
policy at the hospital re: use of
the ambulance.
I want to ask the STAR
Newspaper to further investi-
gate this 'policy' and if so then
it needs to be amended
urgently before any more lives
are lost senselessly!
Any loss of life is regretted and
I sympatize with the family of
young Kris.
Sincerely,
Abel Simpson Sr.
Executive Agent
Sagicor Capital Life
610-3585/824-2344

ED. NOTE: We are still
standing by for a comment
from Health CEO Dr. Peter
Allen who is currently out of
the country on official business.
Dr. Allen, who is usually
excellent in responding to
readers' concern, is also
seeking an input from the
Director of Health Services Dr.
Michael Pitts and Dr. Polanco

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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF
BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 270.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3247 of 1998 dated
1st December, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 39 of 1998 at
Folios 179-192 in favour of MARVETTA E. SAMUELS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010674
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 Deed of Conveyance No. 2932 of 1999
dated 30th September, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 34 of 1999
at Folios 1041-1058 in favour of HOWARD C. GONZALEZ &
BEVERLY CLAIRE POLACK.


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RKEGUIlESINI G UIOFICali
l3ringt Walk Soutlh I lerr rn Ilivision


KHr-I I ImKl.Nti UIl'F( ;I.K
Fart Gran'ge leltloral D)ivision


R.O.RA. 46


REPR ESENTATIONOFTHET PFOPT. ACT. CAP. 9


I.LESENi'AfTIION OTNOTIE IEOPLEACL. CAP, 9


I e2 istrration ( ffic.
l;rc;.tiwn Elictorad Divisior.
2 Daly Striil
Bdli cCity


NOTICE TO ELECTORS
AI,II'lI: I)Swho arreegistered as electors in the I1 I,:lrlc'W I 1J .K:TUltA I,
TII-TSTON. and who may have object on :c :he retention in that register of the
ruiLm Uf any Clthcr pLion L.~tcri; dh-cria pr:.r to the3 31' daLy of' S.p':ainb, 20.0U,
are noftified that LMr nu-it state tain obilctiron in 1on 14kA to the uLndrsihlceJ
hcfbrc the I day c1 Xcvcn-mbLr, 2010.


" gis:nition OITIcc
AZ.lz .R .uL-al iorth E [ctkoral Division
2 Daly Street
-cl1iCity


-NOTICE TO ELECIORS
ALL PERSONS wh.o ru rtristcree as clctuors in di_ BEIZEZE RLRA.L NORTH
ELECITORAL DIV.lION..1 tind whi r.mav haiv obh'cci. :i to the retntlion m that
registc. of he mt:l. r mfany other persor. cnLtd therein prior it :.h 301' tidy f
SIltcrml)cnr, 2010.' arc notified that they must state their ob cc:.in in Fcrn 14,.\to
the indcrisisncd hcliorc the Ic diyv :y'" November. 2 01tC.


II)ATI.1) this I. dvay f Ictoher. I 1I:


Signed: EFieida Thrigs
REUISlCERING OFFICERS
Flrctowin E13lctoral Divislon


R.O.EA. 46


Sigind: Fern Williinms
REGT STRING OFFIC ER
Belize Rural Nolth Electoral Division


R.O.I-'A. -


REPRESENTATIONO1TTITT PEOPLE ACT. CAP. 9

Registration Uffice
C 'aribhe.e n Shnres lil'rtnlral I)ivisinr
2 Daly Striw.1
.BlizJ CiLv

NOTICE TO ELECTORS
AL, I'IrCLSONS whn amre rieisteredJ as e.le.tirs in the CfARl III AN' SIIOR I-.S
I';lIIC'I'OAI DI1VI2I SIN, and who may have injectionn to the retention in that
r '.pt=-.ib-r.b. 201., r LeliLicd that thUvY mu;:t ;stUU their ob'lctioLn la -'For. 14A lti
tl-c undcrsignd hct'ori t'ic I' day of Novmcn1c- 2C 10.

IATI. I this, I dy i f Ictnhcr. 'i: I (

Signed: Encida Vargas
RhEGISTEIlIG O1FF'ICERK
Ciuibljcan Slhu-'es ElectLural Division

R.,O.PA. 46
RTF. ESENTATIONOFT TT Tl r POPr.F ACT. CAP. 9

.Re.islrUTion OJlli t
i.Pis.stulk lc .wul d Divsibl.
2 Laly Staet.T
BP. liz City

NOTICE TO ELECTORS
AT .PERSONS who are rsisrcrcd as clctors in thcPTCKSTOCK EFT.CTORAT,
DIVISION. and who may ihave objecr.on -o lie retention in that register of the
nr me rany f rther persnn nnterec. therei.1 pr nr tn thp 1;1: Lay of SelrFrnl r. 'n" f.
arc nroilied that Liev mnu-t state H t r ob.lclafon m .;onin 14A to the un-ldrsi1n'dj
bhdore the 1"l day ofL No\vei br. 201 3.

DATED tli I :ay of' October, 2.C I0.


Nigned: I:licida VargaR
R CTSTT'RTINGC OTiTIr ER
Picksltio Electoral Division

R.O.PA. 46


REPRESENIiATlO.N OFlTHEPEOPLEACI. CA 9

Rcgistralior C' (icc
Beli/c Rural C..ntral Electoral DiviSion
2 T:aly Street
Bel e C i-v

NOTICE TO ELECIORS
ALL I'EERSONS who ere registered as electors in the iLELIZE RLIRAL
CENT-RAL ELECTORAL DIVISION, and w.io a ra;y -.av objection to th-
ret'nion in Liat rcgist.r of their n:ni.e of' a:v other pcrsn cintxrd thcrein prcr
to thie 3.(L dny of .September, 20C1l, C.re notified that they mnumt tate their
objection in Formn 14A to the unders igined ct'orc the I'I diy otf NoveNmbcr.
2010

DAI ED L 11us 1- day o1 October, 201].

Signed: Fern Williams
REGISTERING OFFICER
Belize Ruraal Central ectctoral Divlsion


R.O.I'A. 46


REPRE SENSATION OFTHEPEOPLE ACI. CAP, 9

Tgisr:nitimn OITlc,
et i7e inI'al uI 'irh li dlerrnal I )ivis inn
2 Drly Street
.clia Cit v

NOTICE TO ELECTORS
ALT.. PRSONS W\h1 arc rcgiNtcrcd .i* clctora -r ltie BETIZE RTTRAT. SOTUTH
ELIECIORAL DIVISION. and whl r.may hiv hve ob'c'iia to the rclcnlionn in that
regifte ot the nane of any other persor entered therein prior to hle S30L1 day ot
Septemln)er, 2010C are notified that they must state their ohb ec:inn in Ferm 14A to
the Andersignedl bcor.r tIhe 1" daylv -' November, 210.

DATED this PI diy oFiOclober, 201C.

Signed: Ferni Williams
RRTEGSTERINT OTliTCER
Belize Ruial South Electoral Division


RI(I'IKSIKN'ATIONUI' O1'L I I I )IXl'lI KA.lAt. :AI9


Registration Il'ici K
Fort C Crxger Llctcoril Divi.-or.
2 Daly' SLrt l
Beli izc CiLty

NOTICE TO ELECTORS
ALT, PERSONS who arc rcgi.strcd as electors ir the FORT GFOTRGE
ELECTOILLL DIVISION, aInl whu niLn ti. laUVC tiMLL'i i LIU te it IetJliLn il Ll.t
regisrter a'f he time of atny odier person entered thereit prior nto : he 3u d-' i, f
Splt.ar.b, 21]1C, arce nliicd that thL.by mui-.t stitlc their obc.'tLin i:i Forr. 14.A tI
Lc undetlrsiln I hbclbr'or: l.1 1- c;av olf 'ovenhbc, 2l;0.

DATED th is I L day of Octoher, 10.


REPRESPENITIO.N OF THE EOPLEACI. CA. 9

Rpis:mation Off cc
Alber: L.ec:.ral D.vision
I I; I:(uph'atx'.s Ave
_clizc City

NOTTCE TO DETECTORS
AT. PERSONS who arc rcgkltcrTd as clecl.:w in Lhe AT.BERT ET.ECTORAT.
DIVTSTON, and hio may havc obj-'cLion 1: [1-iC rTlnLtioin in htil rL1eistLr il th'
name of anr other person entered therein pricr to the 3.0-:' day of Se'tembhel 2 I 0,
a'e -otitied that they must state their htjection in Form 14A to the .andemsigned


R.O.P.A. 46


TIATEDn ltis I d' :ay of October, 2C 10.


IR.O.1A. 46i


Coninud Fom age13Sigrncd; Envith Vargas


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Something Does Not Seem Right
At Belize Natural Energy Limited


CITY OF BELMOPAN, Cayo
District, Thursday, September
30, 2010:
Reports coming out of
Belmopan Police indicate that
they are investigating a reported
theft against a former senior
executive of Belize Natural
Energy Limited (BNE).
The police informed that
BNE's Finance and Accounting
Manager, Jane Longsworth
reported to the police that way
back over two years ago on
September 16, 2008 Sheila
McCaffery was removed as a
BNE Director. However,
between the September 30, 2008
and January 2, 2009 (21 months
ago) McCaffery sed a total of
21 cheques, the property BNE,
for the acquisition of goods and
services at different business
places in Placencia Village,


-a
Sheila McCaffery
Stann Creek District.
The report places the
unauthorized expenditure at
BZ$19,096. The report further
indicate that all 21 cashed
cheque were recovered. Police
are looking for Sheila McCaffery
pending investigation.


Godfrey Smith's Action is "Outrageously

Unpatriotic If Not Treasonous"
CITY OF BELMOPAN, Cayo
Wednesday, September 29,
2010.
GOB condemns actions of
Belizean Attorney and former
Minister
The Government of Belize
registers its strongest condem-
nation against the actions of a
Belizean attorney and former
parliamentarian deliberately
intended to smear our country's
reputation abroad and
discourage foreign investment
in Belize. Godfrey Smith
Former PUP Minister and Minister of Government and
practicing attorney-at-law Attorney General.
Godfrey Smith, in a letter dated Among the examples he cites
September 17, 2010, wrote are Cascal and Belize Water
to Richard Fraser of the Services Limited, Fortis and
Digicell Group headquartered in Belize Electricity Limited,
Jamaica, warning him and his and Newco and the Belize
company against contemplating International Airport.
any investment in Belize Smith then goes on to accuse
Telemedia. the current administration of
According to Smith, "Belize, refusing to honour consequent
over the past decade has international arbitral awards to
become highly politicized foreign investors including
and successive governments Newco and the former owners
have displayed an alarming of Belize Telemedia and
disregard for sanctity of associated interests, such as
contracts involving foreign BCB Holdings and the Belize
investors." Bank. He then points to recent
Smith cites various examples amendments to the Supreme
of this, including agreements Court of Judicature Act and the
entered into and later reneged on appointment of the current
or unilaterally cancelled by the Acting Chief Justice as further
last PUP Administration in confirmation of the Belize
which he himself served as a Government's attempt to


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"frustrate existing arbitration
proceedings against it".
Smith concludes his letter as
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contemplating doing due
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hb I'rc( lh e I JjwV :r -`venih-ci-rn 210 10.

flAT1?D )this I dayw tfOtohcr. 2(10.


Siguid; JcrqIn JBruce
RFfJYST'FRTNCr OFFTCER
Albewt Fiedurrl D.ivision

TZO.P.A2. 46


IUREP SENLU.AON OFTILLE I~.OPLE AC2I. CM1. 9


ALL PEIRtSONS whuIo it e t L Sl tLIAs in ll L X1ESOI'Oi 'AMN1
ELECIORXALL DIVISION. and w:ao nmayhave f 'e kcFtion ti) the :etentior. in thaW
rei~Lslc- ofii[ 1.iu nni 01 ~i'my rLT pLT,;fl citnxicd 1hcrieipnrj orthe. 30" ~day A'
&p w~Fmb.T 20107 c arc nLu)iW that ihoy1 mu.t ;a. atL LhFir ;)i in in Fromir 14A` t(
the- An~rs3 b1gdbfo L h 11L du o f, Nwnbc.-, 2XT).

DATiED lhids IV dav of Octo bcir 2 0 10.


Signed: .arcel Jamest
Fur: Rusul.bu Vstiuvz
1?r.E(ISI ERLING OFFICER
XTesop~otamia Electoral T)ivision


Qt i L-4:r' Sq Skpr hlcclcrar IDivision
(1 -xipb ates Ave
Bcci7.ccitv

NOTICil TO KL-ECIORS
ALL PERSONS who arL rC isLT d L1ja clcs;wni in lw Q-LTEE-N' S SQUARE
ELECTORAL DIVISIO-N, und % v. may iv r bi:mnb V>l rLr~tC.-110n I I hai
regekter- of the ninv if n other person entered thler-ein pInil. to t1 i3.0 cay ( Cf
.Scmcmbhcil.' 2 1( I,, airc noitic tflat they rnuit -,t.-.t.: thci- ohjbctio-i in Form 14A to
tlc uidcrlsignvd hbctc the l: clay of1 11w n&lxy 2c 10.

I).*IAI4:fl thi( I l-lzI- if-ay tfo hcf 'II(I

Signed: Jcrr~yyu n-trucc
RFGCSTRTKhG OFFICER
Queen'?; SqUInre Flectona-.l Divisionn

RflI'A. 46

REYE S& .XAn710N OFTHE PEOPLE ACT. C P. 9

RCg.iLrT3Ld'n OIh O e
Port T.oy;)I;i FElcc'-('T~i T)i,,.-i;,i:)
S' iphrate Ave.


-NOtIXE TO ELECIORS
AT.T. PERSONS wi' rc)TC iTCdL:TL as ccLiUr i in L'i- PORT T. OYOTA
ELEC TORAL DIVISION, a yim1 ~twa may iv ht 'c.:bn l' .I ie reiLCniicn in thlvl
-egkIte L-f the na-nie of ani other perm-n entered thei-ein pr kl' v- t tie .330-- Chy cf
Se:teabei-, 2U IQ ale notitied fiat they rnust stte thei- thjectio-i in TForrr m14A t.-
Lht I n I ,td bf6rcihc. I1' day o& f N f.) v-mr.2 10.

D2CrED this 1 I d t yf O- tObcr, 2C10.


Signed: Jerqlyln Bruce
RIFCr51T-.'RTNC. OFT-TCT4R
Port TAvola Electnorna Tiision


H.0.I'.A. 46

REPRIE SENXI'10_N OF [HE PEOPLE ACG E AR 9

T.;ul~i id.pi-itci ilXel R rl1Di visa r
K)1 CLlnCLnrv Rd.
B(ljzi C- il

X 0 TT CE, T01 F4, T JTCTC T 1 R
ALL RERS O.N 6wh ar rig1 slcmd -. eI .uuwrs nl iho L.K LNDELPWND E C E
ELECOIOAr L DIVISION. wld WILI 114'L V haLt u oiklii 11I.1 thM et:k'iox: II L]at
registc- il'tht nwmo any v1 o-Lr pmton oiLcrd lli cin 1-or Lo 110'710' tlr da;)I
&-pL mKT 2 1 Q. IrC lUK)l- thatdl th.y muil A:.atLhciir -:%bv.21n in korni 14. o
t1e un de r-, ianed het~ra the II day of Nove nhe-, 2(1.

DATED this io I tc yf Octole2. 20 10.

Nigwrd: Ilnrrccl .1amc-
F'or: Roulba Vivitjuezr
REGISTKRLNG OFFICER
Lakle hidependene Electoral1 Divition

Ji.OPA. 46

RFPfliSRNTATTON OF TTTT PTOPL ACT. CAP. 9

-Registratimi 0tfics:
Cuvo No~irlb FULcrr-il ivisioil
2R 8\VCS SL.
~an Ipn~cio 'ios~r

NOTICE TO LEC1TRS
ALL PIE'RSONS vhi h re: IrrrgijLtr. ~l d lS r. in Lho CAYO NOR[II
FTECTORAT, DnVS"ITON. ;mnLd wio rnmi havc Obj-irhn Lo Lhcm ccnior in Lh;iL
TeL1i`,C- olh't na iwn aiw gl lfcr pTs(on iL-- cd thiuwin prior L lo ih ICIL' daLV :3;I
September. 10, 2 aIret i-e )ntiied that they must c:ate th eir ohjectiron i mT-r1orn 14 A to
fhe unle i-ia-ned 1h.efbre the 1IL dwv of Tlw- ernher. 2rj 1i.

DAILL) 1110 Y: dai 'f (ktUbM~, 20f~).


IL(R..IA. 4i


Sio[Wd: ('Hrilk Bennell
AG. REGISTERING OFFICiLR
Cavo North Flectolral Division


REFREsEYLNL*M'ON OFTHE PEOPLE A I. C20,. 9


Rrcgistlratio~ll 0-fficc
7~dfI (emtLv-Rdj ~v~o

B~eli7.aity

NOIETI TO IELECIORS
ALL PERSONS W11h .r1 r: iTL',ri1 :;i% CiCclOTS in L1c COT.T.FJT ELECTORATL
nDYTSTON. wind vhvho m 1-avxi v bhJi.cliOii V1 LC: -ICknLir in lNIl TrCgisLcr or[ Lhc
famc oflL any tha pcmrsn rL:i~l .h~icin rricr to the 300- .h dav r & c m: bcriI),
nIe iotified that the7' nnim state their rchjecticn in FTormn I-4A to the uidercifned
h1fc.re thle I v <-..f Nwerner, 201C.

DSFED diL) sis 1" Qf~I~ OUctVIJr. 21010.

Siimred Durcel Janie;r
For.T Raoalha XVi'qucz
REC TTTTR-C. oC 0 F FT n
Uoull-ut Electural Div~ision

Tn.P.A. 46

RT-PREi 1ENT4TTON OF TIUELTOPI.F. ACT. CAP. 9

Rcgistrantioll I(Afice
lvesopotunia flnrra. -_iVvisicti
TIlI'eme CixR


I.{OXiA. 46

1I4I.I ICSINIM]WIONOPI'l I FI. PEI(II.FAr-17 rFr l

KRoisiralion Offkic
C Na ih N Fohast EZl ctot- ]Division
.:;l~ SL.


NOTICEi' TO kLECIORS
ALL PERSON S who uro rcgi iL-rd US ors mr in iho CAY 0NORTH EAST
ELECIiORU.L DIVISION, aind wai mv& hLye .objmAion I.n th : _tncmlior nin I
rtegisLc- or Lhe nami; ofrany oLh..r pLTsofl -mLcrcd fl11cein priior Lo L K t'' aV:3
CT.Lc .hcn 201Ci 1 ar1; );i'iwd Lhal Lhcy 1 uIl saL-it Lh ir kIII i C li' in FiiiForm WI4 Lo
tlE Ien li ined hetsre the IL day of Nov.nhe -'210.

D~flED 1ihi; I tv JW/ Of U~r, 2 0l10.

Signed, Caria Bennett
ACG XECTTSTERTNcT OWWTCVFR
:avo Nnvith eot 1lkctrRI Taiiriioll

ILO.P.A.46

RFPRF'SENT.TTONOF THr- PEOPI F ACT. (CAP. 9

KiR mratlion Officc
Ce-it re~tlal E~lenc-ral Diviqior-i


NOTT Cr TO 0 ELCTOR cS


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I 1 !ine [1 t 1 :llrr TIONOIr OPT.r ACT. CAr 9

I REPRE SENTATTTO OOF TrE p~oOP1-.1 ALT. C-kV", 9


2.,i V':at S t.
Belize City

NOTICE TO ELECTORS
AL., PERSONS who a-e registered as electors in the CAVO CENTRAT,
ELEC'L'ORAiL DIVISION. and wao may haI Lojc.ioaL to lthei rtli lion in dt.t
register 'of the. nImn of any i:her l;ernor. entered .herein prior It. d e 30 l" dday ci
Sep.ltlemerT 201C, are notli'icd lhatl Lhn' mlLsL stae tIheir ohctclion i' Fc:Tr I 4A L:)
the unc.e.rsian-e' het-re the I l- day o vf \'wernher.. 2.0)1I

I)ATEDL thi:;i ." d n of Octobcr, 2010.


Signed: Car a Bcinnttt
A .G. C I rol II, KE l ur IF I' I
Cavyo Central Electloral Division


Rg1istmration Office
DEiangriga "F.l -CL); i 1 Divisi on
16 IT ibrnnse St
Dangniga Town

NOTTCR TO lTIlECTORiS
ALL PE1SON S whoif are registered as el-ccrs .nthe DANGURGA EL.EC'TORAL
DIVISITN, an:. who Tliay have objection Lo Llth rClteTiior ir Lhai rTgisLtr oi' Lhh.
namie o. anv other pLTson <.nl.LTcd ihereiL prior to the 30.1' day avL',L.plcminber. 2010,
a-e -iltitlied that they must state their cibection in Form 14A to the undersigned
before the 1' cav of Nove-ber. 2010.

DATED this 1 dav o' October, 201i:.


Signed: Rose E. Reid
RGITST ,ERNG OFTFICR
ILRO.A. 46 T)angriga Electoral Division


I11'14IISIATIAIION 1" 1II'r I'IKUPI.It ACL. L A IV 9


R.O.P.A. 46


RegiSlntion C.lia o
Cayo W,'-st -Icctora' i ivisicn
Kennedy Street
I enqlue Veijir I 3el ( 'rmr.n

NOTTCE TOT7iTECTORlS
ALLIPERSONS wlho suirc giscl 1as elect a sl LU' O WEST JELLECITORAL
DIVISION. and whol mayl have objiect.on to -he rerention in thar register iof the
namnc o;ran oLhier person e.nLtcrcd thiereii pior' t Lithc A3' day of Sc.cTlmbhr. 20 '0,
are notitiec. that they must state their objection in Form 14A to the u-ndersigned
betfre the 1" day of November. 201 .

T)ATERT Lhii" diay ol'Octoher. 0"10.


Signed: I(nir Quiroz
AG, REGISI BEING OF.lCER
Cayo West Electoral Tivision

R.O.PA. 46


REPRESENTATIONOF TTE POPT.F ACT. CAP. 9

RcisLtraLion Olice
SLMan Cr-eck W-csl E1ccLoral Di'r-sion
16 Tuhloose St.
DImgriga 'I.'1nA

NOTICE TO FTLECTORS
ALL I'EISO_.NS who are registered as electxos in hie SIANN CREEK WEST
ELECTJORAL DIVISION_, arc whno may have oblction '-. the rhetnlion in thmat
regismar of tae nane of anmy other perar. Llntirecd therein prior t.o ".ho. 301fi day Of
Scptembcr. 20' t, arc notitied that they must stat: th:ei ob action ii Torrr 14A to
th- ajindcisnuied befi.,ie ithe 1n dcly uL -',ove.n:bec, 201 .

DATED lhis 1:1 dcay Oltober, 201].

Signed: Ruse E. Reid
RREGSTERNRTN OFFICER
StUnln Creek West Electoral Division


REFPRESENTATTONOFTTTTE PROPT., ACT. CAP. 9


RegiatLra'.iom oi.Jce
Bc'rnopar Flctlrall Tivision
[( nstitntio-i I )r
B :.mopan City


NOTICE TOT'FECTORS
ALLPIERSONS who areree istered as electors in tle I3ELMOI'PAN ELECTOILL
I)1 VI SIINR a nd who' mayi h;v.e nh jeer on tn -he retention in that ref sister of the
nmune oL'tan other person Centerd lherel.;pnior to thel 31.- day of' Sc: ember, 20"..n,
are notified tiat they mu st state their objection in Form 14A to the undersigned
be.iore the 1" daly ofl over.2be. 2010.

TATET) Lhi '" day ol'October. 2010.


Signed: Sheridan Polonio
AG. RECIST ERING OfIlC.ER
Relmopnii Electoral Divisionl


R.O.I'.A. .i


IRO.P.A. 46


REPRESENTATION OF TE PEOPr., ACT. CAP. 9


"Ristlratio:n Oflice
J.edo.b East Electoral Divi'sion
4'.\ APrince St.
.-'unta txda loin

NOTTCE TO ELECTORS
AI. I'ICRS(INS who are registered as electo-s in the TtIIAI)U I AS'I
ELECT-1ORtL DIV'ISLON. ar.: vwho may have oblyclion ta the rret:ilion in tlhat
register ot't-ic na-e of any other pcrsor zntercd therein prior to :he 301- d.ay ot
September. 20 i0, arc notitfied that they must stat. theii oh cction i i Forn- 14-A to
the ndersigned before thee 1" day of :oven-ber.b 20lc.

DATED lhis 1:t day ~f October, 2010.


Signed; Custalvo 'ch
REGIST FRTNG OFFICER
Toledo East Electoral Division


REPRESENTATION OTTTTE PEOPLE ACT. CAP. 9


R,.OP.A, 46


.Registra-:in Off.ce
Caio Soull- Fe'coral Divis-on
Constitutio-i Dr.
Ti' mopaon City"

NOTTCE TOETLECTO.RS
AI,, l'ICRSIONS wiin are re.isterecd ais lecrtors n tie (t'.Y() .'51!:'llI
ELECT'ORAL DIVISION. and wao may hawve ojcciL: to the retcnlion in lthat
rcgis,~r of the .nnio of any LT.hr p Fcaor. lint.rod '.herin prior l. Lho 30fi', day of
Sclptcnhbcr 201C, arc noticid that the" mustt state their obh action ii Forrr I14A to
ith une .ie.ld be-' i tihe day i.f n-vcibi ., 2010.

DATED this-. -l day of October 2010.


Siitned: Sheridan Polonio
AG. REGCIST BEING OI'flCER
South Electoral Division


R.O.PA. 46


REPRESENTATTONOF TTE PEOPT.E ACT. CAP. 9

_.-'gisLralion Ollice
To kJdo i it Electc.al Division
4" ,. T'rince St.
-unltr G jldc: l iuwn

NUF'I'IUt: ('1) ItII K(.I14) Rs
AT.T, PERSONS wTio are registered as electors in the TOLEDO WEST
ELECTORtAL DIVISION. ar. who may' hiv'e olbe Lcion lo the ret-nlion i that
register ot't'c na ic of anyv other persor entered therein prior to :hle U0' day ift
September. 206 t, ire ni li'icl Lhed thaL mth LL utsl:t dlci- h obtctio n i- Forrr 14A Lt
tha. '.mndersisned Ib'fnire the I" day n-" \onenrrlher. '01i:

DATED this 1l" day o tOctober, 201C.


Signlcl: Custavo Pech
RREGIST ERING OFFICER
loledo West Electoral Division


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BENJAMIN PETERS AND ALEXANDER EDWARDS


MURDERED IN HONDURAS


in the bags they carried.
According to La Prensa the
detainees were identified as
"Benjamin Peters, 25,
Alessandro Edward, 30, and a
third individual whose identity,
for security reasons, is
omitted".
The surviving Belizean who
has been identified as Gabriel
Salazar, is turning state witness
against the policemen implicated
in the murder of Benjamin
Peters, who is actually 22 years
of age and Alexander Edwards,
informed that after the guns were
found in their bags, they were
transported to police holding
cells where they remained for
about 6 hours. At around 3 a.m.
on Monday morning they were
removed from the cell and told
that they were being transferred
to the office of the Public
Ministry. They were place in two
private vehicles but instead of
being taken to Ocotepeque, they
were taken much further
eventually ending up on the
international highway where, in
the village of El Sitio, de La
Uni6n, Copan, they were
ordered out of the vehicles, shot
and left to die.
Peters and Edwards
succumbed to the injuries while
Salazar miraculously survived
and was assisted by villagers
who transported him to a
hospital where he remains under
police and army guard.
While the investigation is
suggesting the involvement of a
senior officer stationed in
Ocotepeque, it has thus far led
to the arrest of the following
three uniformed policemen also
Henriquez Charged

Town, Cayo.
Henriquez, who police say
was driving the small black
Geo Prism, 4 door car, at the
time of the incident, was
subsequently arrested and
charged with the standard
offences connected with traffic
accidents, being:
a) Manslaughter by negligence,
b) Causing death by careless
conduct and
c) Drove motor vehicle without
due care and attention.
In the absence of a magistrate


Gabriel Salazar
miraculously survived
from Ocotepeque: Nery Torres
Torres y Gilberto Lorenzo,
from the Honduran Preventative
Police and Police Traffic Officer,
Misael Leiva Bueso. They are
currently detained in Santa Rosa,
Copan.
While Benjamin Peters was
on the run from Benque Viejo
Police in connection with
a firearm related incident,
Alexander Edwards and Gabriel
Salazar were themselves on the
run but from San Pedro Police


For Traffic Fatality
in San Ignacio Town, the
accused, represented by attorney
Elston Kaseke, appeared in
Belmopan's Magistrate court on
Monday, September 27 where
the three charges were read to
him. He was informed that the
case will be heard on indictment
in the Supreme Court and as
such no plea was entertained by
the court. He was subsequently
released on two signed bails each
in the sum of two thousand five
hundred dollars and ordered to
return to court on Wednesday,
November 10, 2010.


in connection with the
January 30, 2009


triple murder in that
eastern municipality. Their
names again surfaced in the
March 30 robbery of Scotia
Bank and the shooting death of
the bank's KBG Security Guard,
Steven Lopez.
While it is reported that
Alexander Edwards might
have already been buried in
Honduras, relatives of Benjamin
Peters are working frantically
to bring the body for burial in
Cayo, Belize.
As this incident in Honduran
unfolds, Punta Gorda Police are
seriously pondering over the
possibility of the trio's (Peters,
Edwards, Salazar) presence in
that southern municipality on the
eve of Independence Day
(September 20'h) with intention
to rob the Belize Bank in Punta
Gorda.
In this incident three persons
are said to have crossed the
Guatemalan border into Toledo
and travelled to Punta Gorda
Town


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At around 9:30 that Monday
morning a Spanish speaking
male person engaged the taxi
service of Punta Gorda resident
Charles Juarez for a ride to Bill
Usher Beach behind the town
cemetery. Upon arrival in the
area, two armed male persons
emerged from nearby bushes.
They attacked Juarez, tied him
up and placed him in the back
seat of his car.
One of the men then got in
the driver's seat and drove the
vehicle back into the center of
town and made two passes near
the Belize Bank but on both
occasions a policeman was
present in the vicinity. With
Juarez still tied up in the back
seat of the car, they reportedly
drove the car back to the Bill
Usher Beach area where they
relieved Juarez of his cellular
telephone, his cap and ten
dollars in cash. They reportedly
threatened to kill him before
disappearing into nearby bushes.
Juarez later freed himself and
later reported the incident to the
Punta Gorda police.


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