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Publication Date: October 24, 2010
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JERMAINE PALACIO MAKES A HIT IN SAN IGNACIO NOT WITH PC MANGER

JERMAINE PALACIO MAKES A HIT IN SAN IGNACIO NOT WITH PC MANGAR


BUT WITH ANOTHER POLICEMAN Al
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo District, Thursday,
October 21, 2010:
Jermaine Palacio has
resurfaced, this time in San
Ignacio Town but not with PC
Jermaine Mangar as his
alleged partner in crime but
instead with another policeman,
this time around it's one PC
Holly Vasquez, a 21 year
old constable attached to
the Joint Intelligence Unit
headquartered in Belmopan.
Swift action on the part of Jermaine Palacio, 25
San Ignacio Police led to the three persons involved in the
arrest, within a few hours, of robbery at Chuc's Service

Two Belizean Professionals Brutally Slain
SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo undergoing construction, located
District, Friday, October 22, in the West Landivar Area of
2010: Belize City.
It with a sense of profound Belize City police reportedly
sadness that we record the tragic responded to the report, shortly
passing of a professional before midnight on Saturday,
Belizean couple, Attorney, October 16, and upon entering
Richard Anthony Stuart, 43 the Stuart's home they found the
and Certified Public Accountant bloody scene with the lifeless
(CPA)/Forensic Auditor, Maria body of Richard and Maria,
Iliana Fernandez-Stuart, 43. laying face upward on the
Richard and Maria were second floor of their home.
brutally stabbed to death, as Earlier that Saturday night,
much as 25 times each, inside Richard and Maria left home


their 3-storey home, still


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PC Holly Vasquez, 21
Station located on the Bullet
Tree Road in San Ignacio Town.


Edward Torres, 34
Reports reaching us indicate


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JERMAINE PALACIO MAKES A HIT IN SAN IGNACIO....


that at around 8:30 on the
morning of Sunday, October 17
a lone, tall, male person of dark
complexion, wearing a black
T-shirt, a black 3/4 jeans pants
and a red head band, first
appeared at the gas station with
a plastic bottle. He reportedly
approached the gas attendant,
Vini Avella, 19, and said "I
forget what kind of gas these
people want". He then got on
a cellular telephone as if
speaking to someone on the
other end and walked away. He
returned about 5 minutes later
with the same plastic bottle and
ordered five dollars worth of
diesel.
Just as Avella was preparing to
serve him, the man reached into
the right side of his pants waist
and came up with a black pistol.
He proceeded to pull back the
slide thereby loading a bullet
from the magazine into the
barrel and pointed the loaded
gun to Avella's abdomen
ordering him to give up all the
money he had. He also pointed
the gun to the next attendant,
Daniel Montejo, 20, and
likewise ordered him to hand
over the money in his posses-
sion. Fearing for their lives
Avella and Montejo handed over
a combined total $679 in cash.
The assailant also took
possession of Montejo's black
Motorola cellular telephone as
well as a red Samsung cellular
telephone and a blue I-Pod from
Avella after which he hopped on
Avella's pink mountain climber
bicycle and escaped.
Police sprang into action and
it was not long before they
caught up with the suspect, still
armed and in possession of the
two reported stolen cellular
telephones and the pink ladies
mountain climber bicycle as
well as almost five hundred


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dollars in cash, believed to be
proceeds from the robbery.
The suspect, later identified
as Jermaine Palacio, 25, who
gave his address as #52 Castle
Street, Belize City, was found
hiding under some plantain
leaves in a yard on Collins
Boulevard in San Ignacio Town,
where he was reportedly
waiting for the prearranged
get away ride.
In begging the police not to
shoot him as, according to
him, he is related to Assistant
Commissioner of Police David
Henderson, Palacio agreed to
cooperate with the police by
proceeding with the call for the
get away vehicle, which, not
suspecting the police presence,
arrived shortly thereafter
resulting in the arrest of an
additional two persons one of
whom was identified as Holly
Vasquez, 21, Belizean police
constable, of #1 Awe Street, San
Ignacio, attached to the police
Joint Intelligence Coordination
Center (JICC) in Belmopan and
Edward Glenford Torres, 34,
Belizean electrician, of a Kontiki
Extension address in San
Ignacio Town.
If the name Jermaine Palacio
and his involvement with a
policeman in robbery sounds
familiar, that is because this is
the same Jermaine Palacio who
was detained for allegedly
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prohibited from granting bail in
firearm related offences, Palacio
being remanded to prison was
imminent. However since those
charged with conspiracy to com-
mit robbery could be granted
bail, Prosecutor George
Gomez immediately objected to
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Palace in Belize City on April
7, 2010.
Following the arrest of the
three suspects on Sunday,
Palacio and Torres remained in
the San Ignacio Police holding
cell for four days until,
Thursday, October 21 when,
again in the absence of a
Magistrate in San Ignacio, they
were transported to Benque
Viejo Town for arraignment.
However, from the moment he
was detained on Sunday, PC
Vasquez began complaining of
pain from a in-growing toe nail
and as such he spent most of
the time under guard at the
Belmopan Hospital until he
was discharged on Wednesday
to join Palacio and Torres
in the appearance before
Magistrate Albert Hoare in
Benque Viejo Town where all
three were jointly charged for
Conspiracy to Commit Robbery.
Palacio faced five additional
charges being three counts of
robbery, one count of keeping a
unlicensed firearm for the black
94 IF Jerico brand 9 mm pistol
with serial number 153182
found in his possession, and one
count of keeping unlicensed
ammunition for the 10 rounds of
live hollow point 9 millimeter
bullets found in the magazine.
While the magistrate is


Vasquez and Edward Torres on
the grounds of the prevalence of
the crime.
The prosector's objection was
upheld and all three accused
persons were remanded to
prison.
An interesting aspect of the
remand however is that while
the setting of the next court date
is totally at the discretion of the
Magistrate, persons facing these
charges are normally remanded
to prison for a month in the
first instance, However, in this
case all three defendants were
remanded to custody for only
a week.
They will therefore be
reappearing in court on
Thursday, October 28 when
bail could be granted.

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Two Robbed Two Thousand Dollars From Caribbean Chicken October 20, two male persons of
RED CREEK, Western Homestead Acres, in Red Creek place, Caribbean Chicken, dark complexion, one armed
Highway, Cayo, Wednesday, community near Esperanza located in Red Creek, was with a black pistol and the other
October 20, 2010: Village, Cayo. robbed by two masked male with a knife, stormed into the
A police search is underway Arlen Lopp, naturalized persons, establishment. He said that the
for two male persons wanted in Belizean American businessman Lopp told the police that he one with the gun pointed it at
connection with the early residing in Red Creek, visited was behind the counter inside him and ordered him to open the
evening robbery at Caribbean the police station in San Ignacio the business place when, shortly cash register,fearing for his life,
Chicken, formerly Kratzer's and reported that his business after 2:00 pm on Wednesday, he complied with the order.
While the robber with the
knife stood guard at the door,
the gunman proceeded to take
A dS n en os of utrall the money from the cash
register, being the day's sale of
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Creative writing (poetry and Festival is a three days event approximately $2,000.
Cayo, Thursday, October 21, writers) to register and become where local and national artistic The gunman placed the
2010: part of the Artist/ Artisan Direc- talents and interested citizens, money into a plastic bag after
The Institute of Creative Arts tory for the Cayo District, and will be able to highlight their which they both rushed out of
(ICA) Committee Cayo takes National Institute ofCulture and visual art pieces, talents and the building but instead of
this opportunity to announce the History (NICH). works. taking to the Western Highway,
opening of the San Ignacio & All registered artists and Register at the San Ignacio & they ran in the opposite
Santa Elena House of Culture artisans will then be invited Santa Elena Town Hall Kings direction and soon disappeared
(SESIHOC) on November 3rd, to participate in the Cayo Street. into an orange orchard located
2010 at 5:30 p.m. Expressive Arts Festival which Contact person: behind the property.
The Institute of Creative Arts will follow immediately after Nalleli Trujillo Police is asking anyone
Cayo District Committee also the opening of the SESIHOC. Community Arts Coordinator with information that could
invites all Artists in the The Festival will take place at Western Regional, N I C H assist in this latest robbery to
Performing Arts (dance, music, the Macal River Park starting Tele/Fax: 823-2697 please contact personnel from
drama & theatre), Visual/ from 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Mobile: 610-1084 the Crimes Investigation Branch
Fine Art (craft, painting, November 3rd, 4th & 5th 2010. Email: nallelik(nichbelize.org at the San Ignacio Police
sculpturing, and drawing) and The Cayo Expressive Arts Or icacavyokgmail.com Station


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THE BRUTAL SLAYING OF ATTORNEY STUART AND HIS WIFE MAKE

GRANTING CITIZENSHIPS TO FOREIGNERS A MAJOR CONCERN


By: Wellington C. Ramos


When I heard on Belize news
this week that the person who
was arrested for the brutal
slaying of Attorney Richard
Stuart and his wife was
a Guatemalan naturalized
Belizean citizen, I was disgusted
because there are many other
people like him in Belize today
who's criminal background and
past we know nothing about.
It has been revealed that the
Stuart family were so kind to this
individual, that they were the
ones who processed his Belizean
naturalization as a citizen and


provided him with full time
employment. Despite this, he
ended up killing both of them
by inflicting about 25 stab
wounds in their bodies.
As a former Police Officer in
Belize the most brutal murders
I witnessed during my five years
of service, were committed by
foreigners and mostly from
Guatemala and El Salvador.
Since our independence, our
country has naturalized many
of these people by granting them
amnesties and then later on
citizenships without any form of
background checks.
The United States govern-
ment recently confirmed that
one of the most violent gang
group in the United States comes
from El Salvador.
Three weeks ago there was a
documentary aired on BBC
television about gangs in
Guatemala and the problems
they are creating for the
government in their country.
Today, it is estimated that
there are thousands of Salvador-
ans and Guatemalans in Belize


which have led to the population
growth, crimes and the
increasing of new villages.
There has also been a few
incidents involving Chinese
gangs but not to a large degree.
Like most Belizeans, I have
close relatives in Nicaragua,
Honduras and Guatemala. In
fact, my paternal grandfather
was born in Nicaragua and my
maternal grandmother was born
in Livingston Guatemala so I am
not going to generalize and say
that they are all dangerous
people.
Belize cannot continue to
grant these people open
citizenships without doing a
thorough background check on
them. Some of the Americans
who have committed serious
crimes in the United States,
make it their business to
examine other countries citizen-
ship programs so that they
can go to those countries and
live with false identities.
Except that with the United
States and their updated data
base and technology, once their
pictures and fingerprints are
submitted to the Federal Bureau
of Investigation (FBI) they will
be caught eventually. Many
times these people are caught
after they have committed more
serious additional crimes.
The United States and Belize
have an extradition treaty which
they enforce all the time. Belize
is very close to the United States
and the US government is aware
of this close proximity.
Our country cannot afford
to risk the lives of our citizens
and nation with these merciless
and violent thugs. In our
neighboring countries of
Guatemala, Honduras, El
Salvador and Mexico violent
crimes are out of control and
Belize has now joined the list.
Criminal mischief has no
borders and the criminals have
no remorse for the crimes they
commit. I have heard criminals
boasting about the crimes they
committed against law abiding
citizens.
Imagine what would happen
in all these countries if the
criminals were to form an
international organization to
commit crimes in all these
countries. Then, team up with
members of the government to
avoid arrest, prosecution,


conviction and incarceration? It
is being alleged that this is
common in Mexico today.
The granting of citizenships to
citizens from another country
without any background checks
bring many problems to the
receiving country and its
citizens. Not only is criminal
mischief a concern today but
also terrorism and the potential
to destabilize or overthrow a
country's government. Belize is
very vulnerable because it is
geographically convenient to
people from all over the world
who are trying to reach the
shores of the United States of
America. Yet, the government of
Belize does not have the funds
to spend on the military, police
and other law enforcement
agencies to stop these people
who are passing through Belize.
The attorney and his wife are
now dead and we should do
everything in our capacity to
start the background checks of
current citizens with Belizean
Naturalization documents. This
could help to prevent incidents
like these from occurring again.
If it is discovered that these
individuals have a history of
criminal activities that will
jeopardize the safety of our
people and nation, then we
must not hesitate to revoke
their citizenships and deport
them back to their respective
countries.

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Employment opportunities now exists at Blancaneaux
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to fit the positions of:

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Mexican Federal Police Offers Training To Belize Poliee This is the fifth course that the
CITY OF BELMOPAN, Cayo, Federal Police with experience represent a great importance Mexico's Federal Police have
Friday, October 15, 2010: in training elements of the for the Belizean forces. In given to the BPD during
The Mexican Embassy Mexican Police. Thirty three particular, they underlined the this year. The previous ones
informs the conclusion of the members of the BDP, Belize professional capability showed were "Scene of the Crime
training course on "Analysis Defense Force, National Coast by the Mexican trainers, and Preservation of the
and Police Intelligence" offered Guard of Belize likewise the At the closing ceremony Evidence", "Reconstruction of
by the Mexico's Federal Police Department of Immigration, Ambassador of Mexico to Road Accidents", "Interview
to the Belize Police Department Customs and Prison Officers Belize Luis Manuel Lopez and Police Examination",
(BPD). participated in the training. Moreno mentioned the "Tactics of Security and
The training was sponsored by The objective was to improve importance of the cooperation Survival". Those courses were
the Ministry of Public Security activities on intelligence and and the mutual support in the given to132 officials, which
of Mexico and was held at the analysis of information of those struggle against crime. He also represents approximately 10 %
Police Academy in Belmopan. security agencies in combating presented the participants with of the elements of that
This training constitutes part of criminal activities, certificates for completing the department.
the agreements made between The training was especially
Mexico and Belize within High prepared for the needs of nruu^ th bdty am id nd
Level Mexico Belize Border Belize, including topics such OW rdmnu
Security Group (GANSEF). as terrorist organizations, nic Sw our NevaOrid Hod
The objective of the training organized crime, threats against Emaadrkand r o
is to enhance the capacities of the Government, intelligence dens \ i PiaBd itockatr your visK
the offices in the Belize Police and information, cycle of
Department, to strengthen the intelligence, planning and 7 ff p m
operative capability, and to administration, search and
contribute to the efforts that the database collection, analysis and BBG MEMBERSHIP
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embarked to combat delin- products. The course included | and geI FRVE entrance for a year!
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CENTRAL BANK OF BELIZE

NOTICE

Minimum Interest Rate on Saving Deposits

The public is hereby informed that the Central Bank is reducing the minimum rate of interest payable on
ordinary saving deposits from 4.5% Lu 3.5% as of I November 2010. This decision is in line with th e
Central Bank's legislated objective of promoting erc-dit conditions that are conducive to sustainable
economic growth since by reducing commercial banks' cost oflfunds, this will provide additional scope
tior lending on better term s, particularly to the productive sector. The Central B Ran k's aim is also to bring
domestic rates closer to international interest rates in order to in prove national con petit ven ess.

Over the past. five years (2005-2009), saving deposits accounted for average of only 9.0% of Iotal
domestic bank deposits and the mandated 4.5%, interest re on such deposits has conslitu ted a floor on
interest rates for other types of deposits thal form the bulk of commercial bank li-bilil.ies. II. is
therefore anticipated that there will be a general lowering in rates on other deposits and that the benefits
from the reducti on in comm ercial bank costs wilt be passed on to consumers through more attractive
lending rates to individuals, busin esses and entrepreneurs, wlvii ch will help to stimulate economic growth.

The lowering of tdie minimum savings rate is only one of several measures that the C central Bank will be
implementing to improve efficiency in the banking system with the objective of reducing commercial
banks' overall Costs and inllucncin lending rates downwards. ''lhc other medium term measures that
are in the pipeline include the automation of the payments system, uhich will provide a single
clccLromnic infrastructure that banks and other entities can usc to easily and rapidly transfer funds within
the domestic system, and the establishment of a credit bureau, which will help commercial ban ks to
better assess the credit ri sk associated with potential customers and thereby enable then to price their 1
loan s accordingly.

The public should also be aware that businesses and other borrowers Inc ist of necessity play a key role in
securing credit on better terms by ensuring that potential lenders arc provided with accurate and timely
information. This will include providing annual financial statenients (audited wherever possible);
business plans with detailed cash-flow projections and the practicing of good corporate governance.
While the lending rate extended to anly borrower reflects die risk pricing and cost structure of the
specific lending institution, borrowers can improve their chances of a lower interest rate as reduced
lending risks and costs of commercial banks is partly a. function of the timeliness and accuracy of the
information they rcccivc.

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ARIES:
March 22 to
I) April 20
Radical actions are fine
sometimes but in the long haul,
you need help from people
around you. There may be
moments when you feel that you
are being forced to dilute your
ideas and ideals but it is alright
to arrive at a solution agreeable
to both sides. Lucky Numbers:
18, 19, 24.

STAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
There will be better focus
and clarity regarding targets.
This allows you to interact with
colleagues and establish
realistic and achievable goals.
Avoid any confrontation with
those in positions of authority.
A long standing problem will get
resolved. Lucky Numbers: 05,
63, 96.

GEMINI:
Ak\ \ May 22 to June 21
There will be routine activity
and you will be able to surmount
whatever challenges you face in
day to day life. Try to discuss
things that are bothering you.
Repressing your feelings could
lead to sudden unexplained
outbursts and these can damage
relations.Lucky Numbers: 45,
52, 78.

CANCER:
'; "tl:" lJune 22 to
July 23
It is your appearance and
public image that concern you
the most this week. You need to
watch your step especially while
dealing with new people.
Concepts that are being peddled
to you may have hidden costs,
so try not to make any snap
decisions. Lucky Numbers: 03,
21, 50.

LEO:
"|R July 24 to
"' ""'% August 21
You are still in the process
of streamlining some plans
or sorting out the complexities
of a new project you have
in mind. Mental and the
physical exertion may get to
you, but you have to go through
this if you want to achieve your
goals. You may feel sensitive
towards marginalised people
in society.Lucky Numbers: 33,
49, 88.


VIRGO:
August 22 to
September 21
You get to meet the people
who you like being with and
there are good developments at
work. There will be better job
opportunities for people looking
for ajob change. The good phase
also triggers some introspection
and spiritual pursuits. Seek
advice from experts while
taking an important decision.
Lucky Numbers: 02, 36, 58.

LIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
There is two-fold gain
indicated this week. There is a
definite enhancement in your
social status with seniors and
colleagues applauding your
efforts and then there is also the
prospect of increased financial
gains coming in. You will try to
draw up plans to further your
success through better planning.
Lucky Numbers: 15, 32, 73.
U
SCORPIO:
October 24 to
November 21
This is likely to be one week
that overwhelms you with
work. You can expect more
responsibility. Ideas, efficiency
and interest are all on your side,
therefore it may not seem so
much of a difficult task to you.
However, tread with caution at
home. Lucky Numbers: 25, 80,
91.

\ SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to
December 21
It is a good, productive time
for you. You will be pleased with
yourself but more so because
you have broken frontiers in
personal relationships. There is
much warmth and affection you
receive from your loved ones
and extended family. Lucky
Numbers: 08, 48, 62.

K CAPRICORN:
SDecember 22 to
January 20
Your will power and strength
are two of your big plus points.
Even though there are
challenges, persist with your
plans, tweak them a bit if
required but keep going. Work
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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, I1, CESAR DIAZ, 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.


(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011344
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 being Parcel No. 3195.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 72 of
2003 dated 26th February, 2003 in favor of JANET ROBERTS & ENRIQUE
ROBERTS (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011345
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 being Parcel No. 1959.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1111 of 2004
dated 15th April, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 15 of 2004 at
Folios 1313-1328 in favour of CLAUDIA HARDEGGER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011346
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1958.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1112 of 2004
dated 15th April, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 15 of 2004 at
Folios 1329-1344 in favour of CLAUDIA HARDEGGER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011347
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1304.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 749 of
2002 dated 1st October, 2002 in favor of CONSUELO GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011348
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 385.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 74 of 2006
dated 2nd May, 2006 in favour of SANDRA ELVIRAALLEN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011358
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TRIAL FARM,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 432.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1311 of 2000
dated 29tht March, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 18 of 2000 at
Folios 997-1008 in favour of MIGUEL BENEDICTO CHE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011505
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VALLEY
COMMUNITY/ALTA VISTA, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 146.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 1849 of 2001 dated 5th
June, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of 2001 at Folios 461-
468 in favour of KHEMWATTIE MAHABIR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010958
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1739.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 655 of 1993
dated 19th March, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1993 at
Folios 367-378 in favour of AERO DISPATCH SERVICES LIMITED.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011507
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 719.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 418 of
1981 dated 14th September, 1981 in favor of JALLAN SMILIN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011508
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VALLEY
COMMUNITY/ALTA VISTA, Block No.31 and being Parcel No. 346.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 753 of 2010
dated 12th April, 2010 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13 of 2010 at
Folios 255-262 in favour of ELSIE FERGUSON, ANITA KNIGHT &
CLARIBEL KNIGHT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011509
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 174.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 235 of
2006 dated 28th May, 2006 in favor of DAISY N. MEJIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011510
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 40.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 2749 of 2008 dated
15th September, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 33 of 2008 at
Folios 1241-1250 in favour of MAYOLITA WAIGHT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011587
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No. 7 and being Parcel No. 6729.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 736 of 1984 dated 17th
July, 1984 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1984 at Folios 361-370
in favour of RICHARD WOOLCOCK & (SYDNEY FLOWERS -
deceased).


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011588
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2997.


DANGRIGA


This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1112 of 2004
dated 15th April, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 15 of 2004 at
Folios 1329-1344 in favour of CLAUDIA HARDEGGER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010965
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3700.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2442 of 2007
dated 1st August, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 29 of 2007 at
Folios 1237-1246 in favour of BELIZE TIRE DEPOT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011589
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1273.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No. 1380 of 2003 dated 26th
May, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 18 of 2003 at Folios 919-
926 in favour of ANTONIO ANGELAYUSO & EARLENE F. ELICIANA
BERNARD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011607
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4391.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1297 of 2008 dated 8th
May, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 16 of 2008 at Folios
807-816 in favour of ORLANDO DE LA FUENTE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011608
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4387

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 507 of 2007
dated 1st June. 2007 in favour of ORLANDO DE LA FUENTE.


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Cannot Afford It!


Three guys were chilling out bottle like if it was a hot potato,
at STAR's Cool Spot engaged he jumped up and started
in friendly conversation, running home.
The first guy said "When my His friends decided to follow
wife was pregnant she was him just to find out what was
reading a book; a tale of two wrong. When they got to his
cities and she gave birth to house they saw him burning a
twins." book and they asked why.
The second guy said "My "My wife is pregnant and she
wife was reading the three was reading Ali Baba and the
musketeers when she was forty thieves before I burnt the
pregnant and she gave birth book just now..... not in this
to triplets." house ..... it cannot happen"
The third guy dropped his beer He said.
Circle Flies
After pulling a farmer over for enlighten the cop. "Circle flies
speeding, a highway patrol are common on farms. They're
officer started to lecture him called circle flies because you
about speeding, pompously almost always find them
implying that the farmer didn't circling the back end of a
know any better and trying to horse."
make him feel as uncomfortable The trooper continues writing
as possible. for a moment, then says, "Hey,
He finally started writing are you trying to call me a
out the ticket, but had to keep horse's behind?"
swatting at some flies buzzing "Oh no, officer." The farmer
around his head. replies. "I have too much
The farmer said, "Having respect for law enforcement
some problems with them and police officers for that."
circle flies there are ya?" "That's a good thing," the
The officer paused to take officer says rudely, then goes
another swat and said, "Well, back to writing the ticket.
yes, if that's what they are. After a long pause, the farmer
I've never heard of circle flies." added, "It's hard to fool them
The farmer was pleased to flies, though."

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE


Notice is hereby given that under
the Intoxicating Liquor License
Ordinance Chapter 150 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, that
FENG RU LI is applying for
his RESTAURANT LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2010 to
operate HOLIDAY RESTAURANT
located Cor. Bullet Tree Road &
Guadalupe Street, San Ignacio Town
in the Cayo District.

Notice is hereby given that under
the Intoxicating Liquor License
Ordinance Chapter 150 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, that
DEPEI ZHANG is applying for the
renewal of his RESTAURANT
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year
2011 to operate ROSES CHINESE
RESTAURANT located on Benque
Viejo Road, San Ignacio Town in the
Cayo District.

Notice is hereby given that under
the Intoxicating Liquor License
Ordinance Chapter 150 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, that
FENG RU LI is applying for the
renewal of his CONVENIENCE
STORE LIQUOR LICENSE for the
year 2011 to operate ROSES
CHINESE SHOP located on Benque
Viejo Road, San Ignacio Town in the
Cayo District.


SCelebrating International Credit Union Day
Why 186 Million People Worldwide Choose Credit Union.....


On October 21, credit union
members worldwide joined
together to celebrate Interna-
tional Credit Union Day under
the theme: Local. Trusted.
Serving You.
Do you remember why
you choose ST. MARTIN'S
CREDIT UNION to be your
financial services provider?
It may be among many reasons
shared by the 186 million people
in 97 countries who have also
chosen credit unions, but it most
likely has something to do with
the common philosophy of
people helping people.
Unlike most other financial
institutions, credit unions are
non-profit, democratically
controlled, volunteer-run,
member-owned cooperatives.
They exist to serve their
members, and that level of
service remains high even dur-
ing the toughest times. Instead
of issuing stock or paying
dividends to outside sharehold-
ers, credit unions provide value
to their emebers by returning
earnings in the form of lower


Notice is hereby given that under
the Intoxicating Liquor License
Ordinance Chapter 150 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, that
ZI HE LIU is applying for the renewal
of his PUBLICAN SPECIAL
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year
2011 to operate TAI SAN SHOP &
FAST FOOD located in the Savannah
Area, San Ignacio Town in the Cayo
District.

Notice is hereby given that under
the Intoxicating Liquor License
Ordinance Chapter 150 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, that
HONG YAU LIU is applying for the
renewal of his CONVENIENCE
STORE LIQUOR LICENSE for
the year 2011 to operate his
establishment located on Bullet Tree
Road, San Ignacio Town in the Cayo
District.

Notice is hereby given that under
the Intoxicating Liquor License
Ordinance Chapter 150 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, that
SHAO BIAO LI is applying for
the renewal of his PUBLICAN
SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSE for
the year 2011 to operate ALLAN'S
RESTAURANT located on George
Price Boulevard, Benque Viejo Town
in the Cayo District


loan rates, higher interest on
deposits, and lower transaction
fees.
This year's theme celebrates
the advantage of credit union
membership. Value, Trust and
Service is just some of the many
benefits of being a credit union
member apart from being in
charge of your money and your
credit union.
At ST. MARTIN'S CREDIT
UNION, we are proud of our
heritage as a cooperative
financial service provider and
our connection to more than
54,000 credit unions worldwide.
On October 21, credit unions
and their members from
around the globe will join in
celebrating International Credit
Union Day in recognition of the
benefits those institutions bring
to their members.
ST. MARTIN'S CREDIT
UNION LTD. wishes all its'
members a Happy International
Credit Union Day, celebrating
the credit union difference...
visit our website at
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE

(REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011631
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4388.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No.506 of 2007
dated 1st June, 2007 in favour of ORLANDO DE LA FUENTE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011636
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4389.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3104 of 2007 dated
28th September 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 37 of 2007 at Folios
1419-1430 in favour of ORLANDO ALFONSO DE LA FUENTE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011637
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4400.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 128 of 1996
dated 15th April, 1996 in favour of BERTHA ALONZO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011638
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 1271.

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No. 1866 of 1992 dated 14th
September, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 21 of 1992 at Folios
1071-1078 in favour of IDOLLY HAYES.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011639
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 1552.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 3478 of 2007 dated 30th
October, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 42 of 2007 at Folios
835-850 in favour of NANDLAL NANDWANI.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011640
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 1376.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 623of 1967 dated 14th
December, 1967 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1967 at Folios
45-52 in favour of OLGA SIMPSON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011641
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No. 31 and being Parcels No. 6730, 6731, 6732.

These parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 368 of 1988 dated
11th March, 1988 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 1988 at Folios
1230-1240 in favour of HENRIETTA ASH & (PAUL ASH DECEASED).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011642
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VISTA DEL MAR,
Block No. 16 and being Parcels No. 2224.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1010 of 1997 dated 23rd
April, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11 of 1997 at Folios
1303-1314 in favour of HIPOLITO CASTILLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201011643
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 1266.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1238 of 1982 dated 22nd
December, 1982 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 14 of 1982 at Folios
1085-1108 & Conveyance No. 223 of 1987 dated 15th January, 1987 and
recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1987 at Folios 1241-1256 in favour of
MAURICE EDWARD GOMEZ & LORRAINE ADELINE GOMEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201010975
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 1259.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2712 of 1999 dated 15th
August, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of 1999 at Folios 39-46
in favour of IVY OLIVINE WRIGHT.


*BELIZE
PN4ATURALI ENERGY
JHAIRTABLE TRUST

VACANCY NOTICE
The Belize Natural Energy Charitable Trust is seeking the services
of a suitably qualified and competent person for the post of
General Manger.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The General Manager reports to the Board of Trustees and, as the
Chief Administrative/Operations Officer, is responsible for the
administrative, operational and financial functions of the Trust.

QUALIFICATIONS:
The successful applicant must possess:
a) the necessary qualification, competence and experience
to manage the administrative, operational and financial
operations of the Trust

b) a minimum of five (5) years experience at the senior
executive management level

c) at least a Bachelor's Degree in Business/Financial
Administration

d) the ability to simultaneously supervise and manage
several projects

e) a working knowledge of communication, financial and
project implementation/monitoring computer applications

f) excellent oral and writing skills

g) interpersonal and negotiating skills and the ability
to motivate and interact with staff, government and
non-governmental agencies and external counterparts

h) the ability to organize and participate in group meetings

i) the ability to work flexible hours to meet the demands of
the Trust

SALARY:
An attractive salary, commensurate with qualification and
experience, is being offered.

BENEFITS:
The benefit package includes:
a) Life insurance policy
b) Telephone allowance
c) Use of Trust vehicle
d) Annual vacation grant
e) Annual bonus

APPLICATION PROCESS:
Letters of application are to be addressed to:
The Chairman
Belize Natural Energy Charitable Trust
P.O. Box 43
Belmopan

Letters of application should include:
a) proof of educational qualification (copy of certificate of highest
educational qualification to be attached to letter of application)
b) proof of work experience along with two letters of reference,
one of which should be from a most recent employer (to be
attached to the letter of application)
c) recent police record from the county or state where the
applicant has continuously resided over the last five years (1' i/h
the option to be presented at the time of interview)
d) copy of a valid Belizean drivers license

CLOSING TIME & DATE:
The closing time and date for the receipt of applications is 5:00
pm on Friday, November 5, 2010.







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Prime Minister's Visit to Mexico Achieves Major Progress

in Bilateral Cooperation, Assistance and Development


CITY OF BELMOPAN,
Cayo, Thursday, October,
21 2010:
The Government Press
Office today informed that
major progress has been
achieved in vital areas of
cooperation, assistance and
development as a result of the
official visit to Mexico
earlier this week by Prime
Minister Hon. Dean
Barrow and a ministerial/
technical delegation which
left Belize on Sunday
October 17 and returned
home on Tuesday October
19th 2010.
A total of FIVE bilateral
agreements and documents
were signed by the two
countries. Signed by Hon.
Patrick Faber, Minister of
Education and Youth was an
agreement for Technical
Cooperation to support Qual-
ity and Competitiveness in
Technical Education and
Training.
Meanwhile, Minister of
Foreign Affairs and Foreign
Trade Hon. Wilfred
Elrington signed three d
documents. One is an
exchange of letters for the
exemption of Mexican
visas for holders of Belize
Diplomatic Passports to
include Official Passports,

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Prime Minister Hon. Dean Barrow and Mexican President
HE. Felipe Calderon observe as Foreign Affairs Officials from
both countries sign one of five bilateral agreements, three of
which were signed by Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade
Minister Hon. Wilfred Elrington


another is a memorandum of
understanding between the
foreign ministries of both countries
regarding Cooperation to support
National Communities abroad,
and the third is a Cooperation
Agreement between the Mexican
Institute of Industrial Property
Rights and the Belize Intellectual
Property Office.
Also during the visit, Chief
Executive Officer in the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs and Foreign
Trade, Alexis Rosado signed the
Final Act of the VI Session of the
Bi-national Commission held on
September 30 and October 1st,
2010, which covers a wide range
of areas for cooperation, assistance
and development.
During bilateral meetings held on
Tuesday between the delegations
headed by Prime Minister Dean
Barrow and President Felipe
Calderon, further cooperation
and assistance was discussed in a

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number of areas such as
Regional Security, Energy,
Infrastructure, Housing, Educa-
tion, Trade and Investment,
Tourism, Sports and Climate
Change.
Another substantive achieve-
ment coming out of the Prime
Minister's visit was an
agreement with representatives
of COMCE for a team of
Mexican business people to visit

Come Join The
By: Nurse Sharrie Gordon
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Friday, October 2, 2010:
The Diabetic Association of
San Ignacio Branch will be
having a fund raising
walkathon.
The walk will be from Benque
Viejo Town to San Ignacio,
Falcon Field. It starts from 5:30


Sacred Heart College
invites one and all to its annual
October Bash Fair to be held on
Friday, October 29 from 6.00 pm
until.
Come enjoy delicious rice &
beans, espasha, nachos, cheese
dip, virgin pina coladas, regular
bollos or with bollos beans and
drinks. We also inviting you to
come dance the night away with
Cloud 9 entrance fee is only
$10.00.


Belize in February of next year
to explore possible areas of trade
and investment and to help
develop the framework for a
partial scope agreement between
Belize and Mexico.
The agreement was reached
during a breakfast meeting
that the Prime Minister and his
delegation held with members of
the business community in
Mexico City.
The Prime Minister's
delegation to Mexico City
included Minister of Foreign
Affairs and Foreign Trade Hon.
Wilfred Elrington, Minister of
Education Hon. Patrick Faber,
Senior Advisor and former
Prime Minister Dr. Manuel
Esquivel, CEO in the Office of
the Prime Minister Audrey
Wallace, CEO in the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs Alexis
Rosado, CEO in the Ministry of
Works Cadet Henderson,
and CEO in the Ministry of
Housing Lawrence Sylvester.
The Prime Minister and his
delegation were accompanied
during the entire visit by
Mexico's Ambassador in
Belize H.E. Luis Manuel
Lopez Moreno and Belize's
Ambassador in Mexico H.E.
Rosendo Antonio Urbina.

Walk For Life
a.m on Saturday, October 23,
2010.
Proceeds from the walk will be
to purchase diabetic monitors,
strips and medications for
distribution to needy patients.
We are asking for supporters
to join the walk. We are issuing
an invitation to everyone to
come join us on the walk.


Do you have a talent? Do you
know how to sing, dance or act?,
then sign up for our talent show
and win $100 for first prize, $75
second prize and $50 third prize.
We will also have horror
house, tombola stall and horror
movies.
Bring the entire family out to
have some fun at SHC's
October Bash at SHC campus on
Friday, October 29, from 6.00
pm until.


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Scholarships to Study Dance,
Music And Fine Arts In India


By: Shari Williams, House Of
Culture, Belize City, Belize
The Ministry of Foreign
Affairs inform that the Indian
Authorities are offering two
degree scholarships under
their Cultural Scholarship
Programme to study dance,
music and fine arts for the
2011-2012 periods.
Three applications will be
shortlisted and forwarded for

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the selection of the two
candidates. Deadline for appli-
cations is October 31, 2010.
To obtain an application
package kindly visit the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
website: www.mfa.gov.bz and
download the application. For
additional please contact Mr.
Percy Lewis at the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs, Belmopan,
Telephone: 822-2167/232


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LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES

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

NAMES Registration Section Block Certificate Nos.
& Parcel Nos.
FELICIANA DISTAN Tower Hill 4/1142 5993/1998 dtd. 31/8/1998
EDINED JONES Carolina/Calcutta 1/736/1 1773/2005 dtd. 22/3/2005
THE INTERNATIONAL MISSIONARY SOCIETY Belmopan 20/2191 10978/2007 dtd. 20/8/2007
OF THE SEVENTY DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
REFORM MOVEMENT
MARION LOCKWOOD San Andres/Ranchito 1/37 Lrs 200906987 dtd. 18/8/09
BEVERLY A. BURKE & SEYMOUR BURKE (Jointly Belmopan 20/2828 5727/2001 dtd. 10/8/2001
ALICIA CRUZ Sarteneja 1329/1 Lrs 201003408 dtd. 1/4/2010
LEONILA ESCALANTE, IRINEO ESCALANTE & Douglas Rural 1/84 5578/1993 dtd. 3/12/1993
EPIFIANO ESCALANTE (Jointly)

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


(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS








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Santa Elena Girl Graduates From US

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SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo
District, Thursday, October
21, 2010:
It was indeed a proud moment
for Rod and Aurelia Allen as
they travelled, this past week, to
the US Naval Service Training
Command in Great Lakes,
Illinois, for the Friday, October
15 graduation ceremony of their
eldest daughter, Cynthia. Allen.
The program of events began
with the announcement of the
arrival of the reviewing officer,

Two Belizean


to attend a Bar Association
sponsored farewell dinner in
honor of retired Chief Justice
Abdulai Conteh.
They left their four children (two
girls 2 boys) ages 9 years to 6
months, in the care of the family
maid in the safety of the third floor.
Shortly before midnight, Richard
and Maria returned home and as
they entered the second floor, they
were reportedly attacked and
savagely murdered.
The maid reported hearing their
cries as they were attacked and
while hiding in a closet with one
of the male children who was the
only one awake at that time,
she called the police at 911 and
coordinated their identifying the
address. She reported hearing the
cries of Richard and Maria from the
instant when they were first attacked
until when they went silent.
Video evidence showed two
persons departing in Maria's
Toyota Scion SUV, before the
police arrived.
The scene was processed and the
bodies were removed about two
hours later and transported to the
morgue at the Karl Heusner
Memorial Hospital.
The legally required post mortem
examination conducted on
Monday, October 18, certified
the cause of their death as
exsanguination due to internal and
external bleeding from multiple
stab wounds.
Swift police investigation first led
to the discovery of Maria's
Toyota Scion near St. Mathews
Village at Mile 40 on the Western
Highway with an individual
identified as Nixon Alexander
Maza also known as Milton
Alexander Maza, 24, naturalized
Belizean labourer originally from
Guatemala, in the drivers seat.
The vehicle was searched
leading to the discovery of a
butcher knife, suspected to be one
of the murder weapons, under one
of the seats. The suspect was


Rear Admiral Joseph P.
Mulloy followed by the playing
of the National Anthem of the
United States of America, the
Invocation, the Navy Hymn,
Presentation of the Graduating
Division, Drill and Music
Presentation, Address by
the Reviewing Officer and
Reviewing The Line.
Cynthia is a 2009 graduate of
St. Ignatius High School in
Santa Elena. Being her very first
real exposure to tough military

Professionals


The Accused Murderer


Nixon Alexander Maza,
also known as Milton
instantly detained and was first
transported to the Belmopan Police
Station and later to Belize City.
The accused was later formally
arrested and charged with two
counts of murder.
During the evening hours on
Wednesday, October 20, he
appeared before Magistrate
Dorothy Flowers in Belize City's
magistrate court, where both
charges were read to him after
which he was remanded to central
prison to be returned to court on
Tuesday, November 23 as the
Preliminary Inquiry (PI) gets
underway.
Maza once worked for Richard
but was fired a few weeks ago and
shortly thereafter he was found in
possession of Richard's blue
Toyota Highlander SUV reported
stolen from in front of the family
house about a month ago. The
vehicle was found also in St.
Mathews Village on the Western
Highway.
Latest information reaching us
points to the detention of a second
suspect, Honduran national, Eli
Lopez Aguilar, the St. Mathews
Village room mate of the first
defendant.
The detention of Aguilar also
reportedly led to the discovery


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SR Cynthia Allen
discipline, the first few weeks
in the command was extremely

Brutally Slain


of jewelry, keys and a
lap top computer all
reportedly gone missing
from the family home.
For us, like countless
others, Richard was a
true friend. We could
always rely on him
for free legal advice
and assistance especially
during those troubling
earlier times when we
were subjected to those
frequent police harass-
ments.
The last quality time
we spent with Richard
and the children was
during the Easter
holiday as Maria was
overseas with the birth of


their last baby girl.
Richard and the children spent all
day on Holy Saturday with us. We
recall how as the sun sank into the
western sky on Holy Saturday,
Richard volunteered to single
handedly take 8 children (his three,
our four and one from a friend)
to the municipal fair for rides and
food. He returned a few hours later,
obviously exhausted, but with
everyone safe and sound with all
of them having an enjoyable time
with Uncle Richard.
It goes without saying that
Richard and Maria's sudden
departure has created a deep,
deep void in their children's lives.
Richard and Maria will certainly
be missed by their parents, their
siblings, other relatives and
countless friends.
Richard Anthony Stuart, 43,
Attorney at law and his wife Maria
Iliana "Lanchie" Fernandez-
Stuart 43, Certified Public
Accountant and Forensic Auditor,
are survived by their children,
daughter Priya 9, son Drahcir 7,
son Darin 5 and infant daughter
Iliana 6 months.
Maria is survived by: Father,
Maximo Fernandez; Mother,
Anita Fernandez; brothers,
Rodolfo, Orlando, Mario and


difficult for Cynthia but with
time she adjusted to the change
in life-style and so she was able
to successfully complete the
eight weeks of rigorous training
as she prepares for service in the
UN Navy.
We wish Cynthia every
success in all her endeavors.











Hilario Fernandez; Sisters, Dr.
Lourdes Fernandez-Vera, Mrs.
Rosita Fernandez and Mrs.
Benita Price; Uncles, Fernando,
Gilberto and Alejandro
Fernandez, Rito, Genaro and
Alberto Requena; Aunts,
Balbina Lisbey, Florentina
Fernandez, Fidelia Borland,
Juventina Fernandez, Adela
Meighn, Cupertina and Nicolasa
Requena.
Richard is Survived by Father,
Glen Stuart; Mother, Mrs. Verna
White nee Rudon, Stepmother
Mrs. Pearl Stuart; Sisters,
Tiffany and Kimberly Stuart and
Lisa White; Brother, Neil Stuart;
Uncles, Raymond, Edney,
Russell and Luke Stuart; Aunts,
Mrs. Faye Burgess, Mrs. Joy
Wiggans, Mrs. Faith Babb, Ms.
Florence Stuart, Mrs. Dede
Dewar, Frances Chavarria, Ruth
Anderson, Evadney Pacheco,
Louise Phillips, Norma Ritchie,
Zoila Haltenbar, Barbara
Somola, Christela Nuei and
Georgia Macoyt. Richard was
pre-deceased by his grandparents
Mary and Albert Stuart.
Richard & Maria are also
survived by numerous nieces,
nephews other relatives and many
friends.
An official procession will leave
the morgue on Saturday October
23rd, 2010 at 8:30 am followed by
an Ecumenical service, celebrating
the lives of Richard and Maria, at
10:00 am at St. John's Cathedral
in Belize City.
Buses will leave from Mr.
Maximo Fernandez's residence
123, Western Highway, Santa
Elena at 8:30 am on Saturday,
October 23 for anyone wishing to
attend the church service in Belize
City.
Buses will be available at
St. John's Cathedral for those
wishing to attend the internment in
Santa Elena, Cayo.
We join with relatives and
countless friends in prayers for
Richard and Maria. May their Soul
Rest In Eternal Peace.


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