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YOUTH ON
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Friday, November 26,
2010:
Two male youths from Cayo
are today recuperating at the
Western Regional Hospital in
the City of Belmopan, from
wounds sustained in separate
incidents, within an hour of each
other, on Tuesday, November
23, 2010.
In the first incident police
reportedly responded to a
stabbing incident, at around 7:30
pm in the village of Bullet Tree
falls. Upon arrival police
encountered a male person
bleeding from a stab wound
to the abdomen. The injured att
person was identified as Nervin Er
Tesecum, 21, Belizean Student Sa

Rodman
SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo l
District, Friday, November 26, in
2010: we
We record the passing of Ellis co
Leonard Copias better known we
as Rodman, 41, who passed spi
away quietly at his Carmen tre
Street, Santa Elena Town Cc
residence on Wednesday, wa
November 24, just five days dis
short of his 42th birthday on T
November 29, 2010. th(


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A close member of the far
formed that, about
weeks ago, Rodman be
mplaining about not fee
1ll and since then he wo
end a day or two undergo
eatment at the San Igna
immunity Hospital where
is known for frequent
charges.
The last time he walked ou
e hospital was shortly a


Preliminary investigation
revealed that a few minutes
earlier Tesecum visited a house
in the village and requested from
the mother to see her 16 year old
daughter who is also a student.
The mother reportedly refused
the request. She told the police
that upon refusing the request
and ordering Tesecum to leave
her premises, she saw him
reaching into the front
pocket of his pants,
pulling out a pocket
S knife, flipping out the
blade and stabbing
S himself in the
,amb, 20 abdomen.
for The injured and bleeding
in youth fell to the ground and the
mother rushed over to the nearby

At Home
nily 5:00 pm on Wednesday. He
two boarded a taxi for the ride to his
gan home on Carmen Street in Santa
ling Elena. He reportedly entered the
)uld house and took to the floor in the
going small living room. About half an
acio hour later he was dead.
e he The police were called and the
self body was transported to the
same hospital from which he
it of walked out less than an hour


after


police substation in the village
and reported the incident. The
message was immediately
relayed to the head station in
San Ignacio.
The injured youth was first
transported to the Community
Hospital in San Ignacio where
he received emergency
treatment after which he
was rushed by ambulance to the
Western Regional Hospital in
the City of Belmopan where he
remains hospitalized in a stable
condition.
In the second incident, police
rushed to the Sabido Layout
area, just off the road leading
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Three Brushings San Ignacio Community Hospital Celebrates Dental Health Week 2010
By: Dr. Mercedes Matus g


SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Dental Health Week 2010 was
celebrated during the week of
October 24 to 31, under the
theme: "Three Brushings Per
Day Keeps The Cavities
Away". This year's theme
appropriately emphasized the
importance of brushing and
learning the correct technique.
As part of this year's program
of activities, the San Ignacio
Dental Clinic organized a
crossword puzzle competition
among rural primary schools in
the Cayo District and after
tabulating the results, the
announced winners were:
Christy Valdez and Eric


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Wilton Ixtecoc from San
Antonio's United Pentecostal
Primary School

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Telephone: 8244101
We have a wide
assortment of
Electronics, including
Play Station 2,
PSP and Wii.

We Have Fantastic Gift Sets,
Male & Female Watches,
jewelry as well as the
latest CD's and DVD's.

Also available, Games,
Cell Phone and iPod
Accessories.


Dr. Mercedes Matus (L) with Henry Figueroa (R)
Galicia from San Jose Succotz Holy Cross Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic School; School; Jasmin Tzib from
Jacklyn Uck from Calla Creek Cristo Rey Roman Catholic


School; Luwin Tzib and Garel
Tzib from San Antonio Roman
Catholic School; Wilton
Ixtecoc from San Antonio's
United Pentecostal Primary
School; Henry Figueroa from
El Progresso Government
School and Jasmine Lowe from
El Progresso St. Peter Roman
Catholic School.
Prizes presented to the
winning students were donated
by the local business commu-
nity. In keeping with this year's
theme another activity taken
during Dental Health week was
the brushing drill with the use
of "Disclosing Tablets".
Disclosing tablets are used
to stain children teeth and in
the process highlighting the
bacteria containing plaque that
caused tooth decay and gum
disease. After staining their


YOUTH ON BAIL SERIOUSLY WOUNDED


to the village of Bullet Tree
Falls, in San Ignacio town where
they came upon a male person
bleeding profusely from a large
cut wound across the lower
section of the abdomen with his
intestines protruding from the
wound.
The injured youth was
identified as Trevor Lamb, 20,
Belizean Laborer of a 2nd Street,
San Ignacio Town address.
While a motive is yet to be
determined, the investigation
has thus far revealed that Lamb
was hanging out in the area of a
bridge leading to the nearby
Bishop Martin, Roman Catholic
Primary school when he got into
a misunderstanding with another
male person who reportedly
inflicted the wound before
quickly departing the scene.
The victim, intestines in hand,
staggered into a nearby house
where, the home owner quickly
called the police and the fire
station after which he told the
youth to rest on his back on
the sidewalk until assistance
arrived. While waiting for
assistance the victim reportedly
told the man that if he should
die, to tell his mother that (he
gave a name) was the person
who injured him.
The police arrived shortly
thereafter and transported the
victim to the nearby hospital in
San Igancio Town where he
received emergency medical
attention after which a second
ambulance sped out of the


Nervin Tesecum's knife found in the grass on the scene of
the incident. The Knife he reportedly used to stab himself


hospital compound on its way to
the Western Regional Hospital
in the City of Belmopan.
Police subsequently conducted
a search of the scene of
the incident where they found
a point 38 Special, revolver,
Ruger Brand, model number
SP101, serial number 570-
27657 with one live round of
ammunition in the chamber. The
investigation revealed that
the gun has never been license
in Belize thereby leading
investigators to suspect that it
could quiet possibly have its
origin across the western border
in Guatemala.
In the event that the name
and photograph sound and look
familiar that's because Trevor
Lamb is currently on bail along
with Adrian Arzu, 33, on joint
charges of abetment to commit
murder, abetment to commit
attempt murder and keeping
unlicensed firearm in connection
with the June 13 murder of
Alfredo Rivera Archilla and
the attempt murder of Dean
Dougall which occurred in the
center of downtown San Ignacio


on a rather busy early Sunday
morning as nightclubs were
letting patrons out at the close
of business. The murder/attempt
murder weapon was retrieved a
few days later from inside a
garbage drum that was on the
San Ignacio bank of the Macal
River where it was allegedly
discarded by Lamb and was
found to be a point three eighty
Lorcin brand pistol with the
serial number filed off.


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TRAVEL TRADE MANAGER
Belize Tourism Board

Terms of Reference:


The Travel Trade Manager will be responsible for developing productive and mutually beneficial relationships with
wholesalers, tour operators and travel trade partners. Leading a team of Regional Sales Ambassadors, as well as travel trade
officers, they will be ultimately responsible for managing all trade marketing initiatives with the objective of growing Belize's
visitor numbers.



SIdentify, develop, implement and evaluate trade marketing initiatives
Build mutually beneficial relationships with key trade partners in all global markets
SAchieve growth in visitor numbers from wholesale, travel agency and tour operator partners
SMaximize marketing spend with development & implementation of cooperative marketing strategy
SDevelopment of relationships with key industry stakeholders with a particular focus on the cruise and airline industries to
grow capacity
SPrimary liaison with other Belize tourism associations to create two-way communication flow & clearly defined
responsibilities
> liaisonn with Direct & Online Manager to develop online trade tools
> Manage creative process of trade advertising & promotion initiatives
> Ensure sharing of best practices between Regional Sales Ambassadors
> Budget & performance management


S


The Trade & Offline Manager must have a bachelors degree and a minimum of 5 years experience managing sales and
marketing initiatives within the travel industry
They must have the ability to identify and develop partnership opportunities and recognize the variations in industry
practices in different geographical markets to formulate trade-marketing strategies on a global scale.
Strong interpersonal skills are essential and they should have experience in managing a team of geographically dispersed
personnel.
> Demonstrated experience in developing integrated trade marketing plans, budget management and performance evaluation
involving both online and offline marketing tactics
> Proven capabilities in business and partnership development
> Experience in managing global team of sales and marketing personnel
> Demonstrated experience in building. presentingand negotiating business / marketing proposals
SUnderstanding ofCRM Principles including customer acquisition, retention and database management
Experience of workingwith creative agencies in the production ofsales collateral
> Goal oriented with strong leadership skills
> Proficiency in Spanish is an asset


Salary commensurate with Qualifications and experience


Applications along with two letters of references are to be submitted to the
Belize Tourism Board no later than Thursday, December 9th, 2010.

Applications should be directed to:

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Some Police Officers And Public Officers

Are Corrupt And Cannot Be Trusted


By: Wellington C. Ramos


When members of the Belize
Police Force and the Public
Service are corrupt, the public
will lose trust and confidence in
the incumbent government.
Ministers of Government,
Police Officers and other public
officials are hired by the
Government and paid with tax
dollars to enforce the laws, rules
and regulations of our country
with integrity and trust.
They are paid to carry out such
duties without additional reward
or monies also known as bribes.
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Police Officer or other Public
Official solicit from any citizen
any money or any other forms
of reward for the performance
of their duties, that individual
could be charged for Corruption
or Extortion.
When any form of pressure
or duress is used by these
individuals to obtain rewards,
the crime becomes more serious
and it is called Extortion.
These crimes are clearly
defined in the Criminal Laws of
Belize.
It is therefore for the various
Governmental Departments to
use these existing laws for
the institution of criminal
proceedings against accused
corrupt employees.
Even though most Belizeans
are aware of the laws of the land,
they tend to ignore these
laws thereby perpetuating this
corruption culture.
Studies conducted over the
years on this topic indicate that
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Servants earn, the more vulner-
able they are become engaged
in crimes of corruption and
extortion.
Sometimes, it is even more
difficult to distinguish the
difference between a reward and
a bribe. Bribery is always seen
as a form of corruption because
in most cases it is used as the
trigger to initiate the act of
corruption. However, rewards
are always given by people to
show appreciation for doing
something for them. Giving a
person constant rewards over
a period of time will arouse
suspicion and could be deemed
as bribery.
In Belize the Police Force
is governed by the Police
Ordinance Chapter59 of the
laws of Belize. This ordinance
governs all rules and regulations
pertaining to the conduct of
Police Officers in performing
their duties.
As a former Police Officer, I
am very familiar with this
ordinance and, in order to main
discipline within the ranks, I
used it on several occasions
against offending Police
Officers.
Most recently some members
of the Police Force were caught
at a place and at a time where
they were not supposed to be.
They now stand under suspicion
of aiding and abetting in the
landing of an aircraft in
Belizean territory without
lawful permission for the
purposes of transporting illegal
drugs through Belize. These are
serious allegations that will
involve extensive investigations
over a period of time. The
Government of Belize will be
interested in knowing when this
activity began? Who are the
people initiating this activity and
in what capacity of the Belize
Government do they serve?
Are they serving the Belizean
Government at the Ministerial
level? Do they have access to
sensitive/classified information
and thereby making subordi-
nates afraid to cooperate with
the investigation for fear of
retaliation?
The US Drug Enforcement
Agency (D.E.A.) and the
Federal Bureau of Investigations
(F.B.I.) will be involved in this
investigation and they will


do their best to gather all the
information they can.
From what I have been
hearing, these activities have
been taking place for a long time
now.
One lingering question is if
these activities were known
and tolerated by the previous
government during their ten year
term in office?
This is an important question
because there is at least one
serious, maybe even credible,
allegations of the involvement of
high ranking Ministers from the
previous government involved
in these types of illegal
activities.
We can even ask a bigger
question which is: How
instrumental are criminals and
drug dealers, in financing
campaigns for political parties in
Belize, the Caribbean and Latin
America?
No one is giving any person or
group large amount of money
without expecting something in
return.
Last year I wrote an article in
the Caribbean Net News about
the conduct of Police Officers
in the wake of a series of bank
robberies taking place in
Belize.
The Prime Minister and his
Police Minister must be very
careful of armed rogues
parading as law enforcement
officials.
The ensuing investigation in
the wake of this recent cocaine
seizure is said to be just a tip of
the Iceberg. The coming weeks
should provide more revealing
information that could shock
many of us. If those that are
being investigated are within
the organization, they will do
everything in their capacity to
undermine the investigation or
destroy the evidence.
Some people, because of
greed, will stop at nothing to
engage in these illicit activities
to further self enrichment.
In an effort to get to the
very bottom of this dangerous
activity and to attack corruption
at its very root, the Government
of Belize is best advised to
conduct an intensive investiga-
tion with external technical
assistance, if required, from the
Government of the United States
Government to bring all
criminals involved to justice.
This should, at the very least,
serve to send a strong message
to all those with criminal intent.


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San Ignacio/Santa Elena House
Of Culture Officially Inaugurated


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Thursday, November
25, 2010:
The seed of what is destined
to grow into a giant culture and
history institution serving San
Ignacio, Santa Elena and
surrounding communities, was
today planted with the official
opening and the signing of a
Memorandum of Understanding
giving birth to the first phase
of the community's House of
Culture.
The official ceremony began
at 6:30 this Thursday evening on
the grounds of the House of
Culture located on the ground
floor of the San Ignacio Town
Hall with Alberto August,
publisher of the STAR Newspa-
per serving as Master of
Ceremony for the momentous
occasion.
As is customary the program
began with students from the
Cayo Music School performing
a magnificent rendition of the
National Anthem of Belize
followed by the opening
prayer delivered by Ingrid Can,
Assistant Coordinator, House
of Culture, Benque Viejo Town.
The over 100 invited guests in
attendance included Mayor
John Francis August; Ms.
Diane Haylock, President of
the National Institute of Culture
and History (NICH); Mr. Gill
Williams, Administrator NICH,
Lie. Domingo Rodriguez,
Mexican Culture Attach6 to
Belize; His Worship the Mayor
of Benque Viejo Town, Nick
Ruiz; Deputy Mayor Eduardo
Cano; Councilors Desol Neal
and Earl Trapp; El Cayo
Historian Don Hector Silva; Dr.
Eve Aird, President of Sacred
Heart College; Mr. Ronald
Hulse, Manager of St. Martin's
Credit Union, Mrs. Perla
Gonzalez, Manager Atlantic
Bank, Mr. Erodito Pineda,
Principal Eden High School and
Winsome Winsome, Founder
and President of Winsome
Foundation; Andre Lopez from
the Rotary Club of San Ignacio
and Mr. Elias Awe, President of
the Octavia Waight Center for
Senior Citizens, among others
Councilor
The welcome was delivered by
Sherilyne Jones, National Coor-
dinator, Houses of Culture and
the Museum of Belize.
The Cultural Remarks was, as


Ms. Diane Haylock,
President of the National
Institute of Culture
and History (NICH)
usual ably delivered by Dr.
Jaime Awe, Director of the
Institute of Archeology, NICH
who took the opportunity to
provide an informative glimpse
of western history.
The opening remarks were


delivered by His
Worship the Mayor
of San Ignacio
and Santa Elena,
John Francis
August who, in
his presentation
extended gratitude
to NICH President,
Diane Haylock for
promptly agreeing
and fully supporting
the realization of the
House of Culture.
Mayor August also
took the opportunity
to inform that the
next project to be
undertaken will be
the transformation
of the Savannah
Area in San Ignacio.
He also took the
opportunity to thank
members of his


The Official Opening Toast, Mayor
John August (L) NICH President
Ms. Diane Haylock (R)
council, the business community and private
citizens for their unending support with
projects undertaken by the Town Council.


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Benque Viejo Mayor Looking Out For Benque os
Mrs. Karen Bevans l__ l
Chief Executive Officer
Belize Telemedia Limited
Belize City,


Dear Mrs. Bevans;
Please allow me the opportunity
to first commend you on the
excellent work at Telemedia.
Thank you too, for having
re-opened the Telemedia branch
office in Benque. It was well
deserved.
I write to you to register my
humble concern on the fact Benque
Viejo Del Carmen, the third
fastest growing town since 2000
and with a population of over 8500
people, continues to be the victim
of some sort of double standard vis
a vis other towns/cities. I note that
it is the only town that does not
have its own entry/subsection in the
current 2010 Telemedia Directory;
in fact, Punta Gorda, a town smaller
in population, does have its own
subsection. Why Benque Viejo Del
Carmen was removed from having
its own section and placed (sud-
denly, I might add) in the Cayo
District section seems unfair and
arbitrary. I ask that you kindly
forward Telemedia's reason for
doing so, and most of all, I request,
on behalf of the good people of
Benque, that we be given the
respect we deserve by having our
own town, phone directory section.
We recently got our Telemedia
Branch Office back, so I am at a
loss for reasons as to why we would
lose our status, at least in your
directory, as a town meritorious of
its own phone directory section.


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Nicholas Ruiz, Mayor,
Benque Viejo Town
Many citizens, many quite frank
and others with their own agenda,
have brought this to my attention.
I agree with them wholeheartedly.
Benque Viejo Del Carmen, a town,
should have its own phone
directory section.
I submit this request so that you
can consider it for your next
printing of the phone directory. I
take the opportunity to request that
some of Benque's festivities, such
as the Benque Fiesta and the
annual Holy Week activities (I
would argue that these are of
national prominence) be rightly
placed in the Directory's Belizean
Calendar of Events. I had discussed
this with Mrs. Dionne Miranda
earlier but had not followed up on
it.
Lastly, I ask that you recognize
that as Mayor, it is my duty to voice
those concerns dear to my town and
people: this is such a case.
Thank you for your time and
assistance. I look forward to your
assistance and reply in this matter.
Regards, Nicholas Ruiz, Mayor,
Benque Viejo Town


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You Have To Look The Part


From: Xtreme Business World
By: Jason Durran
Hello, my fellow client
building gurus! Jason here, and
I want to talk to you about
becoming a client magnet that
you and your businesses are
screaming for.
We have five little items that
will give you the all elusive,
often under appreciated, and
always under estimated edge.
So, let's quit gawking, and let's
start talking. Let's look at the
first point.
Point # 1
You have to look the part.
We live in a world right now
that applauds personal expres-
sion. Everyone is always telling
you to do it your own way and
if somebody doesn't like it, well
they can jump in the lake. When
you are thinking of your appear-
ance while trying to get some-
one to do business with you,
your potential client's opinion is
the only one that matters. Dress
the part you are playing. As a
sales person, in a retail chain, or
if you are a business person
trying to break into a certain
market, you need a break. If
you don't look like a person that
your potential client is going to
put confidence in, you are not
going to get the break you are
looking for.
People today think they want
to do things the hard way, push
for their rights and tell others
about their rights. When it
comes to doing business in the


Jason Durran
real world, you have to give
people what they want. And if
customer service is your edge,
let your potential client give you
a chance to let them taste it.
If your going to give them
what they want, dress like the
person you know they want to
deal with, not necessarily like
the artist you want to be. You can
express yourself all over those
other places when you are not
engaged trying to further your
business. Until that time though,
dress like the person who wants
to get ahead with clients.

Any comments? you can
forward them to:
jason@xtremebusinessworld.com


Ed Note; Jason informed that
he holds a Bachelor's Degree
from the University of Manitoba
in Canada and a Masters in
Business Administration major-
ing in international marketing
from Corllins University of
California, USA.


A Student Expressing Concern


Dear Editor,
I am a proud student attend-
ing Belmopan Comprehensive
High School which opened its
doors, forty years ago, on
September 14, 1970. Belmopan
Comprehensive High School is
still considered as the largest
high school in the capital city.
The school has had many
outstanding graduates who have
gone on to become productive
citizens and leaders in Belize.
Today however, I write on a
different note. I write with a
heavy heart in the face of
difficult times my school is
currently experiencing. Some of
the latest occurrences have
unfortunately, resulted in court
proceedings. This is certainly
not the kind of example that the


school wants to portray.
I'm pleading to the relevant,
competent authorities to please
do something to help our school
which continues to experience
the negative effects of an acute
shortage of teachers, inadequate
infrastructure and sporting
facilities.
We should be ever mindful
that whatever we invest today in
our youth is what we will reap
in the future.
As a proud student of
Belmopan Comprehensive
school, I anxiously await
positive actions to reverse this
undesirable and dangerous
trend.

Selena Marin
3rd Science 2


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BELIZE TOURISM BOARD




RECEPTIONIST
Belize Tourism Board

Terms of Reference:



The Belize Tourism Board is currently recruiting a Receptionist for its Belize City office. The Receptionist is
responsible for providing office and clerical services. The Receptionist must demonstrate excellent people
skills; enjoy helping customers and co-workers solve problems and understand that the Receptionist is the
first point ofcontact for the Belize Tourism Board.



Work as part of a team to meet and greet external and internal customers with a smile and excellent customer
service, providing information to clients over the phone and to walk-ins
SReceive and deliver messages accurately
SDistribute the post promptly and efficiently
Manage the flow of work and data in the office
SPrepare correspondence and build customer and team relationships
SPlace order for stationary supplies, and manage vendor database
Update and manage vehicle calendar and dispatching keys for BTB's fleet
Maintain and update extension listing and staffcontact list of numbers as required
Undertake other adhoc administrative duties when required



SThe Receptionist must have an Associate's Degree in Business Administration or Secretarial or General
Studies with minimum of years experience in a reception or front desk capacity.
Individual must displaygood communication skills and telephone etiquette.
SBe articulate and possess a strong ability to think onyour feet.
> Must have a flexible adaptable approach to work.
SAttention to detail with focus on relationship building with clients and team members.
Proficiency in Spanish is an asset.



Commensurate with Qualifications and expericnce.

Applications along with two letters of references are to be submitted to the
Belize Tourism Board no later than Sunday, December 5th, 2010.

Applications should be directed to:
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l 6 ARIES:
March 22 to
) April 20
The time for fun has not ended
but you must do some real
thinking about how you want to
handle all the issues before you.
The important one regarding
finances is still to be resolved. You
have to desist from making a rash
decision. Instead, deliberate
over options available. Lucky
Numbers: 6, 27, 32.

* TAURUS:
April 21 to May 21
You have taken your time-out
and are now geared to ride the
wave. Do be careful as your
decisions taken now will have a
bearing on the future. There may
be issues you need to straighten out
mentally. You may find yourself
mellower and less reactive.
Personal relations will be better.
Lucky Numbers: 48, 62, 78.

Ik0 GEMINI:
] (g May 22 to June 21
There will be opportunities for
success and the time is right too.
All that is required of you is the
right effort and the right moves. Do
not let lethargy or a temptation for
easy life get to you. Work your way
smartly. You will have to conserve
your energy as this could be a
hectic phase. Lucky Numbers: 25,
36, 96.
CANCER:
June 22 to
S July 23
This is a tricky time when you
will have to fight earnestly to
keep disillusionment and despair
at bay. The phase may be marked
by delays or goof ups on part
of another individual affecting
your performance. You need to
keep yourself constructively
engaged and not focus on what the
results are.Lucky Numbers: 15,
16, 67

LEO:
'- -July 24 to
'' '" August 21
This is one time you need to tread
with caution. The Leo has an
inherent need to dominate, but
appropriateness is the big issue
here. You may have some issues
cropping up on this count, in
personal as well as professional
life. You may need to rework your
attitude a bit.Lucky Numbers: 30,
55, 82.


VIRGO:
S August 22 to
,A\ September 21
You feel that you do a lot for other
people around you and in return
you get nothing. Even when you do
well at work, this feeling
underscores everything else in this
phase. You are isolated and
withdrawn. There may be travel
plans underway. But it will be at
least a couple of months before
things become clear. Lucky
Numbers: 33, 77, 98.

LIBRA:
September 22 to
October 23
This is a phase that favours
creativity at your end. You need
to be careful with it though.
Imagination can be used
constructively or it can breed a
series of negative thoughts,
spurring a number of 'what if'
scenarios, affecting you negatively.
Keep your energies channelised
properly. Lucky Numbers: 50, 72,
86.
W V SCORPIO:
October 24 to
November 21
There may be things happening
that you have always disliked, but
the change in your way of dealing
with them will be what makes a
difference. You will be more
collected and patient as an
individual. It will be good not to
assume things. Lucky Numbers:
18, 49, 76.

j SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to
S..December 21
There will be increased pressure
at work. You may even shoulder
more responsibility now than you
ever have. Efforts will have their
due rewards at the end. New and
meaningful relationships may be
formed.Lucky Numbers: 27, 72,
44.
CAPRICORN:
December 22 to
t January 20
Rejoice for what you have
achieved. This may not be about
merely achieving your material
goals, but also in terms of the
bonhomie and warmth you have
generated in relationships. You
now bask in the glory of jobs well
done. It will pay not to take any
risks at this time, especially
monetarily.Lucky Numbers: 21,


Your Weekly HoroscopeII ii~ r


65, 95.

AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
February 19
There will be greater clarity
regarding your goals. You are able
to gather greater goodwill as far as
your family and loved ones are
concerned. You may however face
some issues with co-workers and/
or superiors. Step back and assess
your own attitude.Lucky
Numbers: 64, 31, 80.


Ie nu Po1 c [Gets New ri


BENQUE VIEJO TOWN,
Thursday, November 18,
2010:
BY: Joshua Mckoy, Police
Community Liaison Officer,
Benque Viejo Town:
After enduring the hardships
of having to go for several
months without adequate
transportation, the police
sub-formation in Benque Viejo


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P lIF -


In accepting the vehicle,
Officer Commanding the
sub-formation, Inspector
Dinsdale Thompson informed
that this latest addition will go a
long, long ways inrelievingprior
transportation challenges and
will greatly enhance the quality
of service provide by the
police both in terms of patrols,
responding to reports and


Officer Commanding Benque Police Inspector Dinsdale
Thompson with the new police vehicle


Town was today the recipient
of a spanking new 2011 Isuzu
DMax pickup truck which
came courtesy of the United
States Government through
its Embassy in Belize.


requests for police assistance.
Inspector Thompson addition-
ally informed that specific
operational procedures are already
in place for the care and proper
maintenance of the vehicle.


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Car Detailing
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Car Polishing

Our Home Services Include:


Tile Cleaning & Polishing
Sofa Cleaning
We are located off Joseph Andrews Drive near
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824-2076 or 670-2329 E-mail:
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3 PISCES:
February 20 to
March 21
Now this could be one
emotionally tumultuous phase. You
may feel that the odds are up
against you and there is lack of
support and understanding. You
may feel depressed about the times
when people had left you in a lurch
to deal with important issues by
yourself Lucky Numbers: 28,
63, 75.


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Three Police Sergeants, Two Corporals And A Customs Boatman


Suspected Connectioi
ORANGE WALK TOWN, Mon-
day, November 22, 2010:
While the bulk of the 80 bales of
Colombian cocaine, was destroyed
by fire inside twin furnaces at the
Tower Hill Sugar Cane Factory on
the southern outskirts of Orange
Walk Town on Monday, November
22, all six law enforcement
officers, including five policemen
and a customs Department
boatman, remain on remand at the
central prison in Hattieville as
investigation continues with a view
of uncovering evidence that could
link them to the shipment of
cocaine.
Police reports indicate that based
on information received from
public sources regarding the sound
and spotting of a low flying aircraft
in the vicinity of Bladen Village,
at around 2:00 am on Saturday,
November 13, a team of policemen
from the Intermediate Southern
Formation (ISF), as first respond-
ers with assistance from the Belize
Special Assignment Group
(BSAG), intercepted a white van
in the area of the San Juan bus stop
as they were leaving the area.
The driver of the van was
identified as corporal of police,
Renel Grant. The occupants were
detained and escorted to the police
station in Independence Village.
They were identified as:
(1) Sergeant Jacinto Roches,
42, residing at #22 Tangerine
Street, Belmopan. He is currently
attached to the Internal Affairs
Department (IAD) at National
Police Headquarters, Belmopan;
(2) Sergeant Vidal Cajun, 46,
from the Intermediate Southern
Formation, in the Village of Inde-
pendence, Stann Creek District
where he also resides;
(3) Sergeant Lawrence Humes,
38, residing in the City of
Belmopan;
(4) Corporal Renel Grant, 33,
of a Libertad Village, Corozal
District address, presently attached
to Eastern Division's Traffic
Department in Belize City;
(5) Corporal Nelson Middleton,
39, residing in Camalote Village,
Cayo District, the assigned police
driver for the Governor General
and
(6) Customs Boatman, Harold
Usher, 36, of a Finca Solana
address in Corozal, a former
policeman who was once attached
to the Police Anti Drug Unit (ADU)
before moving over to the Customs
Department.
When the van was searched it
was found to contain items of
Belize Police Anti Drug unit kit
including muddy boots and
uniform. Also found were Atlas
brand vehicle batteries, food stuff,


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(1) Sergeant Jacinto Roches, 42


(2) Sergeant Vidal Cajun, 46


(3) Sergeant Lawrence Humes, 38


(6) Customs Boatman,
Harold Usher, 36


(4) Corporal Renel Grant, 33
driver of the white van
tennis shoes and a licensed 9mm
pistol in the name of the Customs
Boatman, Harold Usher.
Further down the Southern
Highway, between miles 56 and 57,
the team came upon a white Super
King Air 200, twin engine, 300-FA
137 beechcraft plane with tail
number N786B, parked smack in
the middle of the highway.
An inspection of the aircraft
revealed that the tip of the left wing
was damaged apparently from
making contact with a small pine
tree growing on the shoulder of the
highway.
On the scene police found an
additional Atlas brand 12 volts
vehicle battery along with two
lengths of boards, one on each


sided
three


of the highway, to which
lights each were attached.


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(5) Corporal Nelson Middleton,
39, Governor General's driver
This apparatus is suspected to
have been used as makeshift
landing lights.
Further checks between miles 59
and 60 led to a small white
container truck with VIN#
JDAMEO8J2RGF75162 that
contained (23) 17-gallons plastic
containers, (3) tank with about 500
gallons of aviation fuel and 3 fuel
pumps. Also found were a total of
12 pine logs.
Searches by the police in the
Hicatee Area about 5-10 yards
inside some bushes led to the
discovery ofa GPS Garmin brand,
a Iridium Satellite phone, four
Hand Held radios, two RAYOVAC
Flashlights, one Colt .223 semi-
automatic rifle with Sr. No. 007865
with a magazine containing 5.56
rounds and two pairs of camouflage


jackets.
Fifteen hours after the initial low
flying aircraft report was received;
at around 5:00 pm the search ended
in a road at mile 65, (over 8 miles
from the aircraft), near the Genus
Saw Mill, where about 14 mile into
the road, the police discovered 80
bails of suspected cocaine and 17
loose packs of suspected Cocaine
which when later weighed
amounted to 2,604 kilos.
The five policemen and the
customs boatman, on a joint
possession of unlicensed ammuni-
tion charge, appeared in Punta
Magistrate Court on Monday,
November 15, where the
charge was read to them by
Magistrate Leslie Hamilton.
They all pleaded not guilty and
were remanded to the Hattieville
Prison. They are scheduled to
return to court on Thursday,
December 9, 2010.


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Self Defense
During a practical exercise at they might find themselves, he
the Police Training Academy, asked one of the policemen,
the self-defense instructor was "What STEPS would you take
instructions the class in unarmed if someone was coming at you
self-defense techniques. with a large, sharp knife?"
After he presented a number The student replied, "BIG
of different situations in which ones."
Grampa Jim Wins
In his days Grampa James was the wager.
a superstar basketball player. Grampa Jim placed his toes on
At age 65 he is still a good the line, shuffled two times and
shooter and so during last shot the ball which fell way short
weekend's practice session of the rim.
he grabbed the ball, walked The three guys rushed towards
to the the mid court line and Grampa Jim to collect on the
announced, wager.
"I have a hundred dollar bill Grampa Jim pushed his hand
in my pocket that says I can into his pocket and pulled out
score a shot from mid court, the single hundred dollar bill
Is there anyone here who on which he had written in bold
wants to bet?" letters, "I can score a shot from
Three young players agreed to mid court".
The Cycle Of A Man's Life
In the beginning there him, "You are mule. You will
was nothing and God made work constantly from dusk to
something out of nothing. dawn, carrying heavy loads on
God created the mule, and told your back. You will eat grass


and lack intelligence. You will
live for 35 years."
The mule answered, "To live
like this for 35 years is too
much. Please, give me no more
than 20years."
And so God took away 15
years from the mule.
Then God created the dog, and
told him, "You are dog. You
will hold vigilance over the
dwellings of Man, to whom
you will be his greatest
companion. You will eat his
table scraps and live for 30
years."
The dog responded, "Lord, to
live 30 years as a dog like that
is too much. Please, no more
than 10 years. "
And so God took away 20
years from the dog.
God then created the monkey,
and told him, "You are monkey.
You shall swing from tree to
tree, acting like an idiot. You
will be funny, and you shall
live for 20 years."
The monkey responded,
"Lord, to live 20 years as the
clown of the world is too much.


Please, Lord, give me no more
than 10 years. "
And so God took away 10
years from the monkey.
Finally, God created Man and
told him, "You are Man, the
only rational Being that walks
the earth. You will use your
intelligence to have mastery
over the creatures of the
world. You will dominate the
earth and live for 20 years."
The man responded, "Lord, to
be Man for only 20 years is too
little. Please, Lord; give me the
15 years the mule refused, the
20 years the dog refused, and
the 10 years the monkey
rejected."
And so God made Man to live
20 years as a man, then marry
and live 15 years like a mule
working and carrying heavy
loads on his back. Then, he is to
have children and live 20 years
as a dog, guarding his house
and eating the leftovers after
they empty the fridge; then, in
his old age, to live 10 years as
a monkey, acting like an idiot
to amuse his grandchildren.


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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, 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-201012122
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 being Parcel No. 1410.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 750 of 1981 dated 5th
June, 1981 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 of 1981 at Folios 1441-
1448 in favour of CLINTON LIGHTBURN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012123
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 being Parcel No. 988.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 22542 of 2008
dated 25th August, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 30 of 2008 at
Folios 1137-1144 in favour of LUISA WALDMAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012124
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2827.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 816 of 1995 dated 26th
April, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 1995 at Folios 1265-
1270 in favour ofAINSLIE FERGUSON & LUCIA FERGUSON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012133
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 63.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 201 of 1988 dated 16th
February, 1988 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1988 at Folios
1349-1356 in favour of EDWIN LENTON FLOWERS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012134
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE RURAL
NORTH, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 1379.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 3063 of 2005 dated 4th
November, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 37 of 2005 at Folios
225-234 in favour of TIMOTHY SEGURO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012135
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2882.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 1014 of 2008 dated
11th April, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 12 of 2008 at Folios
1193-1204 in favour of SEIDA FRUTOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012136
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2546.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1734 of 2008 dated
16th June, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 21 of 2008 at Folios
417-426 in favour of JOHN BURN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012137
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TRIAL FARM,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 165.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 693 of 2003 dated 24th


February, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 2003 at Folios
1093-1098 in favour of LUIS ADRIAN CUELLO & RAUL ZENIN
CUELLO (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012138
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2752.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1877 of 2000
dated 15th May, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 29 of 2000 at
Folios 980-989 in favour of JACK SCOTT LEDBETTER & RUBICELLA
LEDBETTER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012139
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No.4 and being Parcel No. 2111.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1026 of 1976
dated 26h August 1976 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 1976 at
Folios 125-132 in favour of RUDOLFO NOVELO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012140
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE RURAL
NORTH 11, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 1132.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1803 of 1993
dated 6th September, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 21 of 1993 at
Folios 423-434 in favour of RUPERT DIAZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012141
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE RURAL
NORTH 11, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 1130.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 104 of
1998 dated 17th February, 1998 in favor of RICARDO DIAZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012228
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4405.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 719 of 1999
dated 22nd March, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1999 at
Folios 327-334 in favour ofIGNACIO GERMAN VEGA SR. & KAREN
VEGA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012229
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4404.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 718 of 1999
dated 22nd March, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1999 at
Folios 319-326 in favour ofIGNACIO GERMAN VEGA SR. & KAREN
VEGA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012241
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4406.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 717 of 1999
dated 22nd March, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 8 of 1999 at
Folios 311-318 in favour of IGNACIO GERMAN VEGA SR. & KAREN
VEGA.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012242
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1016.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 424 of
2006 dated 2nd June, 2006 in favor of JOHANNE RAFAEL PEREZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012243
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1824.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 4 of
1987 dated 12th February, 1987 in favor of PEDRO LEOPOLDO
BRICENO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012244


This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA


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Youth We

"Our Year,
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Monday, November 22,
2010:
National Youth Week in Cayo,
under the theme "Our Year, Our
Voice", was officially declared
open to during an official ceremony
held at the Macal River Park in San
Ignacio Town.
The event, with STAR Newspa-
per Publisher Alberto August as
Master of Ceremony, began with
the playing of the National Anthem
of Belize performed, in impressive
fashion, by standard 6, Bishop
Martin Primary School Student,
Nikolai Pulido on his flute.
The prayer was done by Jose
Lemus while Mayor John August
delivered the welcome address.
In his address to the gathering
comprising first form students from
Eden High School, St. Ignatius
High School, both from Santa
Elena and a small group of about
ten students from Benque Viejo
Town's Mopan Technical High
School, Mayor John August the
young students to "heed good
advice and encouragement from
older folks who posses vast
amount of knowledge and
experience. He encouraged them
to participate in positive activities
such as the Girl Guides or
boy scout movement as well
church and other social/commu-
nity service groups."
The Mayor's welcome address
was followed by the presentation
of a song by Akeen Thomas, and
active member of the Youth of the
Future, San Ignacio in which he
advised his fellow youngsters to
stay out of a life of crime and
violence.
The gathering was graced with
the presence of Ms. Christine
Smith, Director, Youth for the
Future. In her address Director
Smith informed that the occasion
forms part of the International Year
of the Youth which has been
in effect since August 2010
culminating in August next year.
She encouraged adults to be role
models and to encourage the youth
towards positive development. She
said that participation in positive
activities plays a key role in
development. He also advised the
students in attendance to be role
model to each other as youth
empowerment that young people
have choices. "Choose wisely" she
encouraged "Remember that the
world does not owe you anything.
Ifyou look beyond andplan your
future properly you will live the
best life possible."
The next item on the agenda was
an inspirational poem delivered by
Luis Marroquin from Eden High


e k Op ns of thanks delivered by Mrs. Isaura contribution from all those who
ek enChuc-Williams, Education Officer labored long and hard to make the
Our IIce Cayo District who highlight the event the success it was.

San Ignacio/Santa Elena House

L Of Culture Officially Inaugurated


Guest Speaker,
Marcel Bedran
School after which Guest Speaker,
Marcel Bedran, San Ignacio
Business, was invited to deliver the
Keynote address. In his address
Guest Speaker Bedran encouraged
the students to dream where they
want to go and what they want to
be in the future. "Dare to dream;
Dare to change; Dare to
challenge" he said. He advised
students to always remember God
in whatever they do. "if we do the
possible, God will do the impos-
sible" he said. He encouraged the
students to "Start using words like
accountability, honor and respect"
He encouraged the students to be
mature in the decisions they make
and to start making serious deci-
sion as adults. "The future is now"
said Mr. Bedran "The future is not
for all of you to become positive
history makers."
The Guest Speakers address was
followed by a lovely performance
of a Brazilian Dance from Rio De
Janeiro performed by the twin
Marin sisters from St. Ignatius
High School.
The highlight of the event was the
announcement of the winners of the
billboard competition which was
judged by three representatives
from the National Drug Abuse
Control Council (NDACC). When
the three score sheets were
tabulated the narrow results was
announce with first place going to
Eden High School while second
place was captured by St. Ignatius
High School. Plaques were also
presented to Mopan Technical
High, St. Ignatius High and Eden
High. The fourth plaque was
presented to Akeem Thomas for
service to Youth of the Future as
an outstanding volunteer. The fifth
plaque was presented to the Youth
For the Future Director, Ms.
Christine Smith in appreciation for
the tremendous support she
affords to Youth for the Future,
San Ignacio.
The program ended with the vote


Dr. Jaime Awe,
Director of the Institute of
Archeology, NICH
The next item on the agenda was
a clear display of western talent in
the form of two poems presented
by Jose Guerra the second of
which was one entitled "Divorce"
depicting and calling for a
"Divorce" of the unnecessary
friction existing among small
pockets of citizens residing in San
Ignacio and those across the Macal
River in Santa Elena.
The highlight of the evening was
the Keynote Address delivered by
NICH President, Ms. Diane
Haylock who took the opportunity
to thank and congratulate Mayor
John August and his council for
leading the charge resulting in
bringing the project to fruition. The
NICH President informed that the
opening of this latest addition to the
NICH family of Houses of Culture
brings the total number of Houses
of Culture to four with the other
three located at Banquita in Orange
Walk Town, the other in Belize City
and the third in Benque Viejo
Town. The Cayo District can
therefore now boast of having two
Houses of Culture. Ms. Haylock
informed that with the legal author-
ity for historical buildings and sites
over 100 years old to fall under its
umbrella, NICH will be taking over
the site which once housed the San
Ignacio Town Hospital. She
informed that while realization of
this project is still in the future, she
accepted the offer from Mayor
John August to plant the seed by
getting the project started in the
space at the Town Hall recently va-
cated by the relocation of the town
library to its new location to the
building that once housed the
Baron Bliss meat Market.
The next item on the program
was the signing/sealing and
delivering of the comprehensive
Memorandum of Understanding
between the Town Council and
NICH guaranteeing the growth and
development of the San Ignacio/
Santa Elena House of Culture. The


document was signed by Mayor
John August on behalf of the Town
Council and by President Diane
Haylock and Mr. Gill Williams on
behalf of NICH.
The Vote of Thanks was
delivered by Ms. Nalleli Trujillo,
NICH's Community Arts Coordi-
nator for the Western Region.
In her presentation Ms. Trujillo
took the opportunity to individually
thank the many persons and
organization responsible for
making the project a reality and


Ms. Nalleli Trujillo,
NICH's Community Arts
Coordinator for the
Western Region

the evening's event a resounding
success.
Then came time for the
ceremonial cutting of the ribbon
which was done by Mayor John
August and NICH President Diane
Haylock after which guests were
invited to tour the facility with
several paintings on display. Also
on display is the wooden sculpture
of the "Sleeping Giant" the handy
work of deceased Belizean Master
Sculptor George Gabb along with
other items of local historical value.
After the cutting of the ribbon,
Father Danilo, who only four days
ago took up the post as a priest of
the catholic parish, was invited to
offer the closing prayer and the
blessing of the building.
While not a part of the agenda,
El Cayo Historian, Don Hector
Silva was invited to address the
gathering in which he provide a
brief overview of the history of El
Cayo. Don. Hector also seized the
opportunity to present several
items of informative literature and
pictures to Mayor John August of
Ms. Haylock. He informed that he
has over 200 historical photographs
which he will be donating to the
new House of Culture.
After the official opening
ceremony and the tour of the
building, invited guests interacted
with each other while enjoying
the food and drinks provided by
organizers of the event.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1097.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 541 of 2006
dated 1st July, 2006 in favour of PAUL WILLIAMS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012245
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1550 & 1551.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 945 of 1997
dated 25th August, 1977 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11 of 1997 at
Folios 441- 458 in favour of JEREMY A. SPOONER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012248
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 430.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 3245 of 2006
dated 6th October, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 38 of 2006 at
Folios 813-828 in favour of PRDD VALLEY LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012367
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 716.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 907 of 1992 dated 14th
May, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 1992 at Folios 1075-
1084 in favour of MARTHA BELISLE & RICHARD BELISLE.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012368
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA SOUTH,
Block No. 31 and being Parcels No. 284.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 209 of 2001
dated 3rd April, 2001 in favour of ESTELLE MARTIN.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012369
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcels No. 800.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 66 of 2002 dated
10th February, 2002 in favour of JORGE DE LEON.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012370
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcels No. 898.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 1199 of 1998
dated 18th November, 1998 in favour of NATIVIDAD VALLECILLO.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012371
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1211.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 1310 of 2003
dated 7h January 1, 2004 in favour of BLANCA CORINA SIERRA.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012440
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1613.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance dated 28th April, 2003 and
recorded in Deeds Book Volume 16 of 2003 at Folios 491-510 in favour of
HENRY P. CARILLO & MELISSA S. CARILLO.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012442
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 750.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0189 of 2007
dated 10th January, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 2007 at
Folios 1477-1484 in favour of GREGORIO CARILLO & GLENDA
VERONICA CARILLO.


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APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012443
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 723.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 46 of 1861 of 2004
dated 13th July, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of 2004 at
Folios 119-122 in favour of OSBORNE MIRANDA & ELIZABETH
DIEGO.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012444
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcels No. 698 & 701.

Thess parcels of land are the subject of a Conveyance No. 135 of 1997
dated 31st December, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1997
at Folios 510-517 in favour of SHEILA DOHN & PHILIPANDREWIN
(in trust for their sons JAMAL ABDUL ANDREWIN & RASHAD ALI
ANDREWIN Minors).


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012445
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 228.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 174 of 1990
dated 3rd July, 1990 in favour of BBURTON MOORE.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012460
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN DE
PORRES WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 1520.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2085 of 1995 dated
23rd September, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of 1995 at
Folios 427-436 in favour of THERESITA BARBARA LESLIE as
Administratrix of the Estate of HOMER S. LESLIE Jr. (Deceased).


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012461
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, FORT GEORGE/
PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 731.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 56 of 1978 dated 14th
December, 1977 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of 1978 at Folios
687-694 in favour of REUBEN HERBERT.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012462
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcels No. 203.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 999 of 2000
dated 29th October, 2000 in favour of NAOMI GILHARRY.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012463
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TOWER HILL,
Block No. 4 and being Parcels No. 1004.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 74 of 1995
dated 12th June, 1995 in favour of CARABEEF RANCH LIMITED.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012464
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 952.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2780 of 2002 dated
30th August, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 32 of 2002 at Folios
1285-1290 in favour of ANA NOVELO (in trust for JOSHUA ELI
NOVELO Minor).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201012465
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2515.

This parcel of land is the subject of aa Indenture No. 0673 of 2005 dated
21st March, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 2005 at Folios
789-798 in favour of EARL NICHOLSON.


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Three Brushings Per Day Keeps The Cavities Away
San Ignacio Community Hospital Celebrates Dental Health Week 2010


teeth, the participating children
were encouraged to examine
each other's mouth to see the
effects first hand and they
were tasked to brush until the
visible effects of the stain were
removed.
Organizers of the event
expected participating students


Martin's Credit Union, Belize
Bank Ltd., San Ignacio; Hon.
Elvin Penner, Cayo Northeast
Area Representative/Minister
of Broadcasting and Public
Utilities; Santiago Castillo
Ltd., San Ignacio; BRC Print-
ing, Benque Viejo Town and
Scotia Bank, San Ignacio.
Additionally, the Staff of


the Dental Clinic San Ignacio
Community Hospital is equally
appreciative of the support
received from the Ministry of
Health and well as from the
Deputy Regional Health
Manager, Mrs. Myra Pulido all
of which contributed in the
success of this year's Dental
Health Week activities
undertaken by the Staff of
the Dental Clinic San Ignacio
Community Hospital.


Rodman Dies At Home


Rey Roman Catholic School


Jacklyn Uck from Calla
Creek Holy Cross Roman
Catholic School
to understand the importance of
using a correct technique and
expend appropriate time to brush
their teeth.
The success of the activity
was due in large part by
generous contribution received
from the following institutions
and business establishments: St.


earlier. The body was officially
pronounced dead by the
medical officer on duty, Dr.
Misael Ramirez who also
ordered for the body to be
placed inside the morgue.
Rodman will be laid to rest
on Friday, November 26, 2010
inside the Carmen Memorial
Cemetery in Santa Elena Town,
following 3:00 pm funeral
services at the St. Ignatius
Church also in Santa Elena.
He is survived by his mother:
Evadne Copias; Common-law-
wife: Siomara Mota; Sons:
Rodney and Douglas Copias;
Brothers: Dion and Emmerson;


Sister: Seidy; Aunts: Morna
Williams, Marie Claire and
Martha Jones; Uncles: Calbert
"Culebra" Neal, Philip,
Michael and William Myvett.
He is also survived by several
nieces, nephews, cousins, other
relatives and many friends.
In earlier days Rodman had
serious run ins with the law but
since the birth of his first child
several years ago he began to
steer clear of criminal activities
except for isolated minor
contacts with the law despite
confronting challenging times to
provide for his family.
Rodman has now gone to rest.
May his soul rest in peace.


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.
NAMES Certificate Nos.
Parcel Nos.

YAN ALEXANDER FLOWERS Santa Elena/Cayo 23/3110/1 5761/2001 dtd. 13/8/2001
DPH GROUPS LIMITED Placentia North 367/256 72362003 dtd. 6/10/2003
MARK FISHLER & SHAUNA FISHLER San Pedro 7/4345 4046/2005 dtd. 1/6/2005
ROBERTO MUNOZ the Lawful Attorney of San Pedro 7/1909 9144/2005 dtd. 5/10/2005
Antonio Munoz & Administrator of the
Estate of Priciliano Munoz (Dec'd)



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







(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
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Ministry Of Tourism And Touris Board
Will Be Announcing New Appointments


BELIZE CITY, Friday, Novem-
ber 26, 2010:
The Ministry of Tourism and
the Belize Tourism Board (BTB)
will be conducting a 9:30 a.m.,
press conference on Monday
November 29, 2010 at the House
of Culture in Belize City for


the announcement of new
appointments within the Belize
Tourism Board.
Minister of Tourism, Civil
Aviation and Culture, Hon.
Manuel Heredia Jr will
officially announce the new
appointments to key positions


within the BTB.
The Board of Directors and
BTB Director Seleni Matus
along with the BTB's Executive
Management Team and Staff as
well as other Private Sector
stakeholders are slated to be in
attendance.


Coming Soon: Belikin's 2011 Dynamic Calendar


BELIZE CITY, Friday, Novem- The event is scheduled to run A highlight of the event will
ber 26, 2010: from 6-10 p.m with happy hour be the presence of Belikin
The Tropicana Bar, Fort Street between 6 and 8 p.m. models who will be on hand to
Plaza, across from the Tourism Organizers of the evening's sign your calendars.
Village in Belize City will be the event inform that FREE Apart from a wide variety of
venue next Saturday, December CALENDARS will be distrib- drinks, the Deck Restaurant
4, 2010 will be the venue for the uted on a first come, first serve will also be open for dinner
launching of Belikin's 2011 basis, while the free supplies during the entire course of the
sizzling calendar, lasts, event.

Medicinal Plants Workshop For Women
CITY OF BELMOPAN, Cayo, Workshop facilitators included a relationship between Belize and
Wednesday, November 24, professor from the Southern Central American countries, as
2010: Border University of Mexico well as democracy and social
The Embassy of Mexico in (ECOSUR) and the participa- justice.


Belize today informed that a
workshop on Medicinal Plants
was held in Belmopan from 22
to 24 November.
Twenty women from different
communities in the Belmopan
area, including Salvapan,
Mayamopan and San Martin
participated in the workshop,
which was held at the Lion's
Club in Belmopan. The aim
of the course was to provide
training to women on the use
and application of medicinal
plants, as well as the production
and marketing of these products.
This development project was
sponsored by the Embassy of
Mexico, in collaboration with
the Cultural Regional Institution
of Belize (CRIB) and the
Mexican Chapter of the
Community Management of
Protected Areas Conservation
Programme (COMPACT) of
the United Nations Develop-
ment Programme (UNDP).


tion of the cooperative
MELITZAAK.
The Embassy of Mexico's
Charge d'Affairs, Mr. Hector
Peralta, headed the closing
ceremony held today at the
Embassy of Mexico in
Belmopan. The participants
also displayed the final products
developed during the training
course. Among the products
made with medicinal plants,
participants presented soap
against mosquito bites allergy
and acne, anti-dandruff and hair
loss shampoo, as well as cream
to treat the snake bite effects and
rheumatism.
CRIB was created on 18 De-
cember 2008 and is located in
the community of San Martin,
Belmopan. It promotes culture,
arts and education for the Mayan
community. CRIB also assists
and encourages the promotion
of institutions in Belize that
stimulate a positive and friendly


The Medicinal Plants
Workshop is part of the Embassy
of Mexico's cooperation
projects and the strengthening of
development initiatives in
Belize.


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In the Loving memory Of a Dear Uncle
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Who departed this life 2 sad years ago on
November 26, 2008
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fuss.
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I said Goodbye and we
gave you a kiss
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With memories in our
minds
some we laugh, some we cry
now he's gone from you and me
Its Gods will.
I know you're happy where you are safe in the arms of Jesus,
without any cares,
But I want you to know I, we still love you SO...
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