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Hotel Of The Year - Chaa Creek Does It Again!!!


BELIZE CITY, Wednesday,
June 8, 2011:
The 11th National Annual
Tourism Awards ceremony,
hosted by the Belize Tourism
Board was held today to recog-
nize and honor organizations
and individuals who have made
outstanding contributions to the
tourism industry.
Superseded only by Placencia
with three of the eight awards,
and tied with San Pedro Town
for two awards each, The Lodge
at Chaa Creek, Cayo, captured
the prestigious "Hotel of the
Year" Award for the second time
in the 11-year history of the
program. The Lodge at Chaa
Creek was named the first
"Hotel of the Year" when the
program began in 2000.
While prestigious awards are
nothing new to the Lodge at
Chaa Creek, especially after
having received no less than
ten awards and recognition in


Living Proof That Success Comes Through Hardwork,
Honesty and Dedication - Mick and Lucy Fleming -
Owners - The Lodge At Chaa Creek, Cayo
2010 and numerous national and Lodge At Chaa Creek on the
international awards over the attainment of this their most
years, congratulations are recent prestigious and coveted
therefore certainly in order for award.
Mick and Lucy Fleming and The next award this year for
indeed the entire staff of the the Cayo District went to Table


Rock Jungle Lodge recognized
as the "Small Hotel of the
Year". On hand to receive the
well deserved award were Allan
and his wife Coleen Spring.


Allan and Coleen Spring
Table Rock Jungle Lodge
Small Hotel of the Year
(Photo Courtesy The San Pedro Sun)
The other six awards were
deservingly presented as
follows: 1) "Frontline Person
of the Year" - Althea Schable
of Chabil Mar Villas, Placencia;
2) "Tour Guide of the Year"-
Enes Ramirez, Belize Diving
Adventures, San Pedro; 3)
"Restaurant of the Year"-Maya
Beach Hotel Bistro, Placencia;
4) "Tour Operator of the Year"-
Avadon Divers, Placencia; 5)
"Minister's Award" - Romel
Gomez Sr.- San Pedro; and 6)
"Lifetime Achievement" -
Placida Leonor Requena
Guerrero, Punta Gorda Town.


Public Notice


PUBLIC UTILITIES
COMMISSION


PUBLIC UTILITIES
COMMISSION


Public Utilities Commission (PUC)


The Public Utilities Commission (hereinafter referred to as

"the Commission") served Notice on June 15, 2011, to the Belize

Electricity Limited (BEL) that the Commission proposes to cancel the

Licence granted to BEL by the Commission on May 1, 2000.


The Commission proposes to cancel the said Licence effective July 15,

2011, according to Condition l(b) of "PART III: TERMS AS TO

REVOCATION" of the Licence, for the refusal/failure of BEL to pay

annual licence fees for calendar years 2009 and 2010 as prescribed by

Condition 22 of the Licence.


Issued by the Public Utilities Commission on Wednesday, June 15, 2011.


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Calling For

Those Who
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Friday June 10, 2011:
It is often said that when we
cross the border into Chetumal,
Mexico, we dare not throw
garbage on the streets for fear of
possible sanctions. However, as
soon as we cross into Belize it
is like we enter into one large
dumping ground as we litter at
will.
While the San Ignacio/Santa
Elena Town Council, continues
to sacrifice its limited financial
resources to improve our social
environment, there are still
some among us who go about
destroying the very little we
have. A case in point is the
broken light fixture inside the
Macal River Park being the
second of sixteen such fixtures
in the park that have thus far
been destroyed.
This incident begs the


Maximum Penalties On

Destroy Public Property
S ' * civil manner in a foreign land
and display such level of
disrespect in our own?
We take this opportunity to
call on the police to not take
.. . lightly the destruction of public
property and for magistrates
to impose the maximum penalty
upon any person convicted of
S;.,.'"' ;! such irresponsible action as
i- - maybe only in so doing will a
S-'i sense of social consciousness be


The light fixture in the
Macal River Park
destroyed by vandals
following questions: Where is
our civic pride? How is it that
we can conduct ourselves in a


The first light destroyed instilled upon those who insist
with only the base remain- on destroying the very little we
ing the remmants long gone have.


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

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* Ability to work on their own.
* Ability and willingness to work flexible hours, weekends
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officials, schools, and other organizations, do press
release and other public relations activities to connect
with various media.
* Assist with administrative work, answering phone calls,
assist with purchasing items needed for office.
* Prepare monthly visitors report as well as statistics.
* Establish contacts with community members who may
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any other duties related to NICH.

Interested persons should send letter of application, along
with resume and two (2) recent references, to:
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Government House/House of Culture
Regent Street, Belize City
Belize

Ref: Vacancy for Assistant Coordinator - Museum of
Belize

Deadline for applications: JUNE 24th, 2011


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Rotary Scholar Excels In High School
BY: Cynthia Reece
Henry Alexander Guerrero
became a Rotary Scholar when
he was 13 years old, in 2007. He
earned a four year scholarship
that year from the Rotary Club
of San Ignacio, funded through
Rotary's Rafael Cal Memorial
Scholarship program.
Today Henery is a high school
graduate, finishing 3rd in his
class with a 3.93 Grade Point
Average at Sacred Heart
College. He is planning to
continue his studies at Sacred
Heart Junior College.
The Rotary Club is very
proud of Henry's achievements
and celebrated with him at the
Club's breakfast meeting on
Wednesday, June 15 during
which he was presented with a
certificate, a gift and a standing
ovation.
With five brothers, one
sister, a mother with asthma and
a father as a construction worker,
Henry's chances for moving on
to high school weren't good.
However, as he stated in his Introducing Rotary Scholar
application for the Rotary Henry Alexander Guerrero
scholarship, he was a "very Ranking 3rd At Sacred Heart College with a 3.93 GPA
responsible, studious boy. " He
understood that furthering his Andre Lopez, Belize's Rotary Wednesday "When I first met
education would be the best path District Governor Elect said, Henryfour years ago he was a
for him and his family. during the breakfast meeting on shy boy with a limp hand

More Good News From The Rotary Club


BY: John Acott:
The Rotary Club Of Belmopan,
in collaboration with the Illinois
Rotary District 6510 and WPP,
announces its annual Orthopedic

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Program, with Orthopedic
Surgeon from St. Louis,
Missouri, Dr. Coles
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The general public is hereby
advised to take note of the
following Clinic dates and
times:

Monday, June 27, 2011
Santa Elena - La Loma Luz
Hospital
9:00am Follow-up Patients
10:00am - New Patients






Notice is hereby given that under
the Intoxicating Liquor License
Ordinance Chapter 150 of the Laws
of Belize, Revised Edition 2000,
ELVIS ORELLANO are applying for
a PUBLICAN SPECIAL LIQUOR
LICENSE for the year 2011 to
operate E's COOL SPOT located in
Esperanza Village in the Cayo District.


Monday, June 27, 2011
Belmopan - Dr. Raju's Clinic
#22 Temash Street
4:00pm - Follow-up Patients
5:00pm - New Patients

Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Dangriga - Southern Regional
Hospital
9:00am - Follow-up Patients
10am - New Patients


Wednesday,


June 29, 2011


Belize City - Karl Heusner
Memorial Hospital
9:00am - Follow-up Patients
10:30am - New Patients

Thursday, June 30, 2011
Orange Walk - Northern
Regional Hospital
9:00am - Follow-up Patients
10:30am - New Patients
The free clinics are for
children up to age of 18 who
are in need of orthopedic
care - suffering from neck, spine,
shoulder, arm, elbow, hand, hip,
leg, knee, foot, and other
type of bone problems and


shake. Today he is a tall,
confident fine looking young
man with a broad smile and a
strong hand shake."
Henry's early success in high
school put him on the cover of
the 2009 Rotary Uniendo Belize
brochure.
Andre Lopez reflected, "It is
still my opinion that the Rafael
Cal Memorial Scholarship is
one of the finest projects our
Club has ever undertaken."
The Rotary Club of San
Ignacio currently supports 20
students with funding for four
years of high school in Cayo.
The scholarships are based on
academics and need.
Funds are raised by the Club,
locally and internationally. The
Club's overriding service
commitment is to "Educating
Our Youth," and works on many
projects around the area to
further that goal.
Henry's last sentence in his
biography when he applied for
the scholarship was, "Ipromise
I will make the best of this
chance I have." What a goal
and what an accomplishment.
His success makes us proud in
Cayo.
For more information on the
Rotary Club of San Ignacio, see
the Club's website at http://
www.rotarysanignacio.org/.


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CONFERENCES
MEETINGS
SEMINARS
SPECIAL EVENTS

[ONE: 223-21E


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VARIES:
March 22 to
April 20
The coming week may not be such
a smooth ride. There may be
glitches related to travelling
abroad. Keep your eyes and
mind open this week for lucrative
opportunities for personal and
professional advancement. A
spiritual outlook will help you deal
with issues more effectively.
Lucky numbers: 32, 67, 91.

TAURUS:
April 21 to
May 21
There could be good news in the
form of compensation for damages
occurred earlier. You may have to
go through some paperwork
though. In your professional life,
resource-related issues crop up.
You are advised to have some
stand-by or alternative plans of
action ready in case things go awry.
Lucky numbers: 10, 43, 75.

GEMINI:
May 22 to
June 21
You are likely to be facing some
mental upheavals. You will also
need to weed out all dramatic
elements if you try to analyze and
resolve your issues as they will
keep you from looking at things
objectively. This is not the week
to trust others with sensitive
information or important personal
tasks. Lucky numbers: 24, 56, 89.

CANCER:
June 22 to
S............................ Ju ly 23
This will be an excellent week for
you. Your powers of perception and
decision-making become sharp and
you could use this to make rapid
strides in all you do. Relatives and
close friends will help you progress
tangibly. You must refrain from
engaging in self-doubt. Lucky
numbers: 36, 45, 97.


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3'

3

6
4 F F


LEO:
July 24 to
August 21
This could be a tough time for you
emotionally. There will be issues
related to children that bother you.
There will be some problems,
possibly financial, your friends
will bail you out if necessary. This
is not a lasting phase, so don't
allow it to bog you down. Lucky
numbers: 14, 60, 84.

VIRGO:
August 22 to
September 21
It has been rough for the past
several months. This phase is soon
coming to an end as a new source
of income into the household is on
the horizon. The health condition
of a loved one is slowly improv-
ing. You can now relax your mind.
Shed the stress of the past months.
Life ahead is looking good for you.
Lucky numbers: 49, 54, 69.

LIBRA:
September 22
to October 23
This will be a wonderful week for
you. There will be one or two per-
sons who will try to bring you
down. Pay on heed to them as they
are crying into the wind. The vast
majority of persons know that you
are genuine in what you do. Keep
you head high as the majority is on
your side and in your corner.
Lucky numbers: 48, 84, 93.

SCORPIO:
October 24 to
November 21
This is the time when you will be
able to know who are your true
friends and who aren't. It will give
you an opportunity to rethink some
of those you had as friends. It
would be better for you to avoid
taking on any new financial
obligation especially as it pertains
to loans. Lucky numbers: 16, 44,
79.


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SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to
December 21
There will be lots of events
happening in your personal life.
New relationships could be forged.
The eligible ones could also meet
someone suitable and plan for a life
together. You will be excited, but
be sure to put across facts as they
are. Lucky numbers: 49, 51, 99.

CAPRICORN:
December 22
to January 20
You will need to be watchful in this
phase as emotional outburst is
likely. You could be stressed and
touchy and the slightest reason
could have you wrecking it all.
There could be irritants at work, but
do think twice before reacting.
Lucky numbers:25, 64, 93.

AQUARIUS:
January 21 to
. ... .. February 19
There might be an addition to the
family. It could be also be that
you need to take on renovation and
repair works around the house, but
you will have the situation firmly
under your belt. Don't be disheart-
ened if your noble intent is met
with resistance. Lucky numbers:
28, 50, 62.


" NISI DOMINUS FRUSTRA |IL
(Formerly St. Hilda's College for Girls and St. Michael's College for Boys)
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill
teaching positions in the following areas:
History / Social Studies
English Language/Literature
Mathematics
Religious Studies
Music

Qualifications:
Minimum qualification required is an Associate degree in the
subjects to be taught. However, a Bachelor's degree is preferred.
Flexibility in offering two or more of the subject areas will be
considered an asset.

Submit letters of application with resume and certified copies of
diplomas / degrees and teachers' license.

Salary:
Salary will be in accordance with Government pay scales for
teachers.

All applications should be submitted by June 27, 2011 to:

The Principal
Anglican Cathedral College
71 Regent Street
P.O.Box 98
Belize City
Belize


PISCES:
February 20
to March 21
This is a good phase where you find
all the signs for taking on a brave,
stronger approach towards life. You
will have the opportunity to expand
your horizons. It could even be in
collaboration with people you have
built contacts over the years. You
will be gunning to establish
yourself as a person with great
courage and potential. Lucky
numbers: 06, 47, 88.


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Belizeans, Stand Up And Say NO


To The Homosexual


Homosexual advocate Caleb
Orozco and UNIBAM (the
homosexual advocacy group he
spearhead in Belize) have filed
a lawsuit against the Attorney
General and by extension the
Government of Belize in an
attempt to change and remove
that specific provision of the
Criminal Code, Chapter 101 of
Laws of Belize which makes
homosexuality a criminal act.
This homosexual advocacy
group is seeking to use the
Constitution of Belize against
Section 53 of the Criminal Code.
The group is basing its argument
on "privacy" and "human dig-
nity" as well as "privacy of the
home".
By way of the lawsuit, the
homosexual advocacy group is
agitating for the striking out of
the words "or any person " from
Section 53 of the Criminal
Code which presently makes it
criminal offence for anyone to


Michael Ashcroft, 65
UK GUARDIAN Newspaper,
London, England:
A bank with close links to Lord
Ashcroft will be accused in a
British courtroom of keeping $10m
destined for social housing in a
poor central American country, in
a legal battle that could embarrass
David Cameron's government.
The Conservative party donor
and newly appointed government
defence adviser has been described
as the guiding hand behind Belize
Bank, which has fought a four-year
legal battle with the Belize govern-
ment to claim money allegedly
earmarked for homeless people.


have "sex against the order of
nature with an animal or any
person "
The ultimate GOAL is to
decriminalize Sodomy and
Unnatural Sex Laws in Belize
for the purposes of legalizing
SAME SEX MARRIAGE in
Belize.
The advocacy is being disguised
as a simple technical adjustment
of the law. Bottom line however
is that this provision of the
Criminal Code is effectively
blocking this group's goal of
making homosexuality, and by
extension SAME SEX
MARRIGE, legal in Belize.
THIS IS THE END GOAL
THAT THIS GROUP IS
PUSHING FOR!!!
CHURCH LEADERS ARE
OPPOSED TO THIS GROUP'S
AGENDA
Church leaders have applied to
join in the mission against the
homosexual advocacy group


The bank will on 29
June ask the Privy Coun-
cil to overturn previous
rulings in a dispute over
a loan guarantee signed
by a previous premier
(sic - Prime Minister).
Ashcroft owned or con-
trolled the bank's holding
company in 2007 when
the dispute began.
The case raises fresh
questions over his influ-
ence in the central Ameri-
can democracy, weeks
after Cameron's decision
to give him a job as an
adviser to the Ministry of
Defence.
Ashcroft last year even-
tually bowed to anger
over his tax po-
sition and agreed to relinquish his
non-domiciled status after al-
legations that the House of Lords
and the British public had been
misled.
Lois Barrow-Young, (sic -
Young Barrow) the barrister rep-
resenting a pressure group of
Belize organizations, is due to
appear before the council's judges
to argue the money belongs to the
state. She accused Ashcroft of
being the guiding hand behind
the bank's dispute with the
government.
"There is no doubt that he is a


Agenda
and are joining as "an interested
party".
The Catholic, Anglican,
Methodist and Evangelical
Church Leaders are united in
the fight against this homosexual
agenda and in so doing have
joined with the Attorney
General's Ministry.
Church Leaders have hired a
strong and senior legal team
comprising eminent attorneys
both nationally and internation-
ally. Ultimately however the
confidence of the Church, in
overcoming this obstacle, is
deeply rooted in the Almighty.
The homosexual advocacy
group is seeking the removal of
all "discrimination" against
homosexuals
It has been established that
this is an imported agenda - an
international agenda - brought
in from beyond our national
borders.
Discrimination means speak-


controlling hand behind the bank.
We will continue to argue the
money belongs to the Belizean
people," she told the Guardian.
Chris Bryant, the former Labour
foreign office minister, said it was
a disgrace that Cameron has
appointed Ashcroft as an adviser.
"The prime minister should not
run scared ofAshcroft but should
force him either to suspend this
legal action or to step down."
Two appeals by Belize Bank
are scheduled to be heard by the
Judicial Committee of the Privy
Council on 29 June and a week
later on 6 July. The committee sits
in Westminster, and is the final
court of appeal for Belize, a
Commomwealth member and
former British colony. Belize
courts ruled the bank failed in its
attempt to validate a $17bn
(sic - $17mn) loan supposedly
guaranteed in 2007 by the
previous government for financing
a hospital. The judges found the
money was not correctly authorised
because payments of more than
$5m require ratification by the
national assembly; no vote was
taken in relation to the Belize Bank
loan.
Around $10m at the centre of the
dispute was a gift from Hugo
Chavez's Venezuela in 2008 to
Belize, where the Tory donor's
multimillion-pound business em-


ing out against homosexual
behavior - publishing articles
about homosexual behavior - in
effect anything they feel to be
discriminatory about the behav-
ior.
In a nutshell - We are witness-
ing a VERY small minority
(a handful of homosexuals
advocates) pushing an agenda
which is OVERWHELM-
INGLY REJECTED BY THE
VAST MAJORITY of
Belizeans.
Our Churches are united
under one banner - the vast
majority of Belizeans must now
stand up against the homosexual
agenda or else this little group
will slip this one past us.
ACTION BELIZE will do all
it can to not let them put this
one past us for the sake of all of
us and generations of Belizeans
yet unborn - Come join with us
- It's your business too.
Please email us at
belizeaction(Tgmail.com to
receive updates as we mobilize
against this, the current agenda
of this homosexual group.


pire is based. It was routed, via
London, to the Belize Bank. The
bank has previously argued it is
entitled to keep the Venezuelan
money as repayment towards the
$17m debt guaranteed by former
prime minister Said Musa. In 1998,
Musa appointed Ashcroft as
Belize's UN ambassador.
Lawyers for the current Belize
government have argued in court
that Musa acted without
authorisation from his national
assembly. They said the Venezu-
elan money was meant to pay for
housing for low-income families,
and successfully argued before the
Belize courts that the money
belonged to the government.
As part of their case, they are
expected to claim that Chavez's
administration issued a statement
saying that the $10m was for "the
construction of homes with the
purpose of improving the quality
of life of the Belizean people".
L lawyers for Belize Bank are
expected to argue that the appoint-
ment of lay members to an appeal
board in Belize created a possibility
of bias, and that the guarantee
signed by Musa should stand.
Ashcroft, 65, spent part of his
childhood in Belize. According to
his autobiography, his business
interests began in 1987 when he
bought the Belize operation of the
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"The (British) prime minister should not run scared of Ashcroft but

should force him either to suspend this legal action or to step down."


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The annual graduation season
is here and so as hundreds of
young Belizeans venture into the
job market, after completing
their High School, Junior
College or University studies,
we thought that it would be
appropriate to publish the
following article:

It takes just a quick glance,
maybe three seconds, for
someone to evaluate you when
you meet for the first time. In
this short time, the other person
forms an opinion about you
based on your appearance, your
body language, your demeanor,
your mannerisms, and how you
are dressed.
With every new encounter,
you are evaluated and yet
another person's impression of
you is formed. These first
impression can be nearly
impossible to reverse or undo,
making those first encounters
extremely important, for they set
the tone for all the relationships
that follows.
So, whether they are in
your career or social life, it's
important to know how to
create a good first impression.
This article provides some
useful tips to help you do this.

Be on Time
Someone you are meeting for
the first time is not interested in
your "good excuse" for running
late. Plan to arrive a few
minutes early. And allow
flexibility for possible delays in
traffic or taking a wrong turn.
Arriving early is much better
that arriving late, hands down,
and is the first step in creating a
great first impression.


Royal Bank of Canada for $1 and
renamed it Belize Bank.
On 5 May this year, Ashcroft
resigned from the board of BCB
Holdings, the controlling company
of Belize Bank, after holding a
position on the board for 13 years.
His post was taken over by his son
Andrew. His website has a page
dedicated to BCB Holdings where
a photo of Belize Bank is
displayed. In 2007, Ashcroft
controlled or owned around 78%
of the holding company. This
figure had dropped to 74.7% two
years later, according to its website.
On 24 May, it was announced by


Be Yourself, Be at Ease
If you are feeling uncomfort-
able and on edge, this can make
the other person ill at ease and
that's a sure way to create the
wrong impression. If you are
calm and confident, so the other
person will feel more at ease,
and so have a solid foundation
for making that first impression
a good one.

Present Yourself
Appropriately
Of course physical appear-
ance matters. The person you
are meeting for the first time
does not know you and your
appearance is usually the first
clue he or she has to go on.
But it certainly does not mean
you need to look like a model to
create a strong and positive first
impression. (Unless you are
interviewing with your local
model agency, of course!)
The key to a good impression
is to present yourself appropri-
ately.
They say a picture is worth
a thousand words, and so the
"picture" you first present says
much about you to the person
you are meeting. Is your
appearance saying the right
things to help create the right
first impression?
Start with the way you dress.
What is the appropriate dress for
the meeting or occasion? In a
business setting, what is the
appropriate business attire?
Suit, blazer, casual? And ask
yourself what the person you'll
be meeting is likely to wear - if
your contact is in advertising or
the music industry, a pinstripe
business suit may not strike the
right note!


Cameron that Ashcroft had been
appointed to a key government
advisory post despite objections
from Nick Clegg. The former Tory
deputy chairman will lead a review
of the UK's military bases in
Cyprus.
Ashcroft has been the Conserva-
tive party's most generous donor
over the last 20 years with gifts of
more than �12m.
A spokesman for Ashcroft
declined to comment on allegations
that he was influencing the bank,
on his ownership of the bank or on
the upcoming case. Solicitors for
Belize Bank, Allen & Overy, also
declined to comment.


For business and social meet-
ings, appropriate dress also
varies between countries and
cultures, so it's something that
you should pay particular
attention to when in an unfamil-
iar setting or country. Make sure
you know the traditions and
norms.
And what about your groom-
ing? Clean and tidy appearance
is appropriate for most business
and social occasions. A good
haircut or shave. Clean and tidy
clothes. Neat and tidy make up.
Make sure your grooming is
appropriate and helps make you
feel "the part".
Appropriate dressing and
grooming help make a good first
impression and also help you
feel "thepart", and so feel more
calm and confident. Add all of
this up and you are well on your
way to creating a good first
impression.

A Word about Individuality
The good news is you can
usually create a good impression
without total conformity or
losing your individuality. Yes, to
make a good first impression
you do need to "fit in" to some
degree. But it all goes back to
being appropriate for the
situation. If in a business setting,
wear appropriate business attire.
If at a formal evening social
event, wear appropriate evening
attire. And express your
individuality appropriately
within that context.

A Winning Smile!
"Smile and the world smiles
too." So there's nothing like a
smile to create a good first
impression. A warm and
confident smile will put both
you and the other person at ease.
So smiling is a winner when it
comes to great first impressions.
But don't go overboard with this
- people who take this too far
can seem insincere and smarmy,
or can be seen to be "light-
weights".

Be Open and Confident
When it comes to making the
first impression, body language
as well as appearance speaks
much louder than words.
Use your body language to
project appropriate confidence
and self-assurance. Stand tall,
smile (of course), make eye


LMI akin A First Great Impression I


"The (British) prime minister should should force him
either to suspend this legal action or to step down."


contact, greet with a firm
handshake. All of this will help
you project confidence and
encourage both you and the
other person to feel better at ease.
Almost everyone gets a little
nervous when meeting someone
for the first time, which can lead
to nervous habits or sweaty
palms. By being aware of your
nervous habits, you can try to
keep them in check. And
controlling a nervous jitter or a
nervous laugh will give you
confidence and help the other
person feel at ease. Again, see
our section on relaxation
techniques for help with this.

Small Talk Goes A Long
Way.
Conversations are based on
verbal give and take. It may help
you to prepare questions you
have for the person you
are meeting for the first time
beforehand. Or, take a few
minutes to learn something
about the person you meet for
the first time before you get
together. For instance, does he
play golf? Does she work with a
local charitable foundation?
Is there anything that you
know of that you have in
common with the person you
are meeting? If so, this can be a
great way to open the conversa-
tion and to keep it flowing.

Be Positive
Your attitude shows through
in everything you do. Project a
positive attitude, even in the face
of criticism or in the case of
nervousness. Strive to learn from
your meeting and to contribute
appropriately, maintaining an
upbeat manner and a smile.

Be Courteous And Attentive
It goes without saying
that good manners and polite,
attentive and courteous behav-
ior help make a good first
impression. In fact, anything less
can ruin the one chance
you have at making that first
impression. So be on your best
behavior!
One modern manner worth
mentioning is "turn off your
mobile phone". What first
impression will you create if you
are already speaking to someone
other than the person you are
meeting for the first time? Your
new acquaintance deserves
100% of your attention.
Anything less and you'll create
a less than good first impression.







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Copa Cayo Oeste
Las emociones de la Copa
Cayo Oeste 2011 de futbol,
continuaron este pasado fin de
semana, en el Marshaleck
Stadium de Benque Viejo del
Carmen.
El jueves 9 se adelanto un
juego por motivo de las
graduaciones de las escuelas
secundarias, Irka de San Jos6
Succotz empato a dos goles con
Real Benquefio. Los goles por
los de Succotz fueron de Gilly
Can y Misael Chan, mientras
que por Real Benquefio anotaron
David Cruz y Abdiel Urical.
El sibado 11 lajornada arranco
con Benque Fire vs Succotz 011,
que sostuvieron un encuentro
muy cerrado y parejo, pero al
final Benque Fire se adjudico la
victoria por marcador de 3goles
a 2, a pesar que si Succotz 011
hubiera tenido 15 minutes mas
de juego lo empataba. Los 3
goles de los benquefios fueron
anotados por Jonathan de la
Rosa, mientras que por Succotz
011 anotaron Ricky Chan y
Gerson L6pez.
Para el segundo encuentro
Revolutions FC, se despacho
con la cuchara grande y goleo a
un Calla Creek, que no pudo con
el embate de los delanteros de
los revolucionarios, anotaron
Humberto Requena con 2
dianas, Rady Puc, Ian Salazar
y Jorge Zaldivar todos con un
tanto, poniendo el marcador
final de 5 goles a cero.
Para el dia domingo los
estudiantes de Mount Carmel
High, saltaron a la cancha en
busca de la victoria, pero Arenal
FC tenia otros planes y
practicamente los reprobaron al
son de 4 goles a cero, los tantos
fueron anotados por Hugo


2011


* Hon. Erwin Contreras


Santos con 2 goles, Danny
Ramos y Rudy Cruz con un gol
cada uno.
En el otro encuentro Arenal Jrs
y Benque United empataron sin
goles a pesar de que fue un buen
partido, pero cerraron con un 0
a 0; para el fltimo encuentro
Los Veteranos de Reggae Boyz
dieron uno de sus mejores
partidos, logrando un excelente
resultado al vencer por marcador
de 2 goles a cero, a uno de los
favorites Deportivo Santa
Cruz, el encuentro fue parejo
y con gran emoci6n, pero
Reggae Boyz aprovecho las
oportunidades y fueron la
diferencia, los goles fueron de
Albert "Yiyo" Eiley y Bernell
Valdez.
Los encuentros para esta
jornada inician el sibado 18 a las
4pm, con el encuentro entire
Revolutions y Deportivo Santa
Cruz, a las 6pm.- Benque Fire
vs Mount Carmel High y a las
8pm el clisico de Succotz entire
Irka vs Succotz 011.
Para el dia domingo 12, se
enfrentan a las 2:30pm Arenal
FC y Real Benquefio, mientras
que a las 4:30pm Arenal Jrs.
enfrenta a Flamengo FC, el


ultimo encuentro dominical es
entire Succotz Fc vs Reggae
Boyz Veteranos.
En el "GRUPO A" las
posiciones quedaron de la
siguiente manera: Arenal FC 10
puntos, Border Team 9 puntos,
Real Benquefio 7 puntos, Irka 7


puntos, Benque Fire 6 puntos,
Falcons FC 4 puntos, Mount
Carmel High y Succotz 011 con
un punto.
En el "GRUPO B" las
posiciones quedaron de la
siguiente manera: Revolutions
FC 12 puntos, Reggae Boyz 9
puntos, Flamengo FC 7 puntos,
Deportivo Santa Cruz 6 puntos,
Calla Creek FC 3 puntos,
Succotz FC, Benque United y
Arenal Jrs con 1 punto cada uno.
Con estos encuentros, se
arrancan los partidos de la
segunda ronda de este torneo,
por lo que se espera que se
definan las leaves de
clasificaci6n en sus respectivos
grupos. La entrada en el Estadio
Marshaleck es completamente
gratis, te invitan el Hon. Erwin
Contreras, el comit6 de la
Copa Cayo Oeste y STAR
Newspaper.


Human Rights Through Your Eyes


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Students viewing the photo exhibition


BELMOPAN, Belize, 14 June
2011:
On June 13th and 14th,
Belizean students visited the
photo exhibition "Human
Rights through your Eyes" at
the Institute of Mexico in Belize.
Children from 4th and 5th
forms from Hummingbird
School and Queen St. Baptist
School visited this exhibition
dedicated to the Rights of the
Child. During the presentation
the students interacted and
discussed on their fundamental
rights, including rights to
adequate food, shelter, clean
water, formal education, primary
health care, leisure and recre-
ation, cultural activities and
information about their rights.
They also received brochures
provided by the UNICEF Belize
Country Office with information
regarding this topic.
The exhibition was part of the


event "A Day for the Rights of
the Child", organized by
the Mexican Embassy in
collaboration with specialists
from the Human Rights
Commission of the Mexican
state of Quintana Roo late May.
The event included various
activities in Corozal District and
Belize City. It was organised
with the aim to raise awareness
on human rights, especially
of vulnerable groups such as
children.
The exhibition includes 26
photographs to encourage the
promotion of values and the
dissemination of the culture of
human rights.
The works showcased in this
exhibition are the award winning
photos in the 2010 Human
Rights through Your Eyes'
contest, sponsored by the
Quintana Roo Human Rights
Commission.


Flamengo FC


Border Team


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Belizeans Are Departing While Guatemalans & SalvadoransA Ar Arriving


By: Wellington L. Kamos


A Garifuna friend of mine
recently emailed me an article
titled "Without Firing Shot,
Espanol Captures Belize"
published in the New York Times
on November 19, 1992 and
written by one Howard French.
When I read the article I felt
offended as a Belizean citizen
because I know that my ancestors
fled Honduras after some of them
were massacred in the village of
Aguan in the 1800's. Since then
many Garifuna people continue
to look at Belize as the land of
freedom where any person who is
fleeing the repressive regimes of
Central America can live with
their family without military
personnel violating their basic
human rights.
The Garifuna people living in
Honduras and Guatemala can give
account of all the human rights


violation that has been commit-
ted against them even up to
today. If one was to compare the
accomplishments of the Garifuna
people in Belize in all areas,
compared to that of those living
in Honduras and Guatemala there
is no comparison as accomplish-
ments in Belize is way better
than in Honduras and Guatemala
combined.
Not only the Garifuna people
have experienced gross violations
of their human rights but also the
indigenous Maya people who
have been living in this region
centuries before the Spanish came
to the New World.
Belizeans have experienced and
will continue to witness a mass
migration of native Maya Indians
and other ethnic groups leaving
Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador,
Honduras and other parts of Latin
America coming to Belize to seek
refuge.
Today the last census has
revealed that the ethnic makeup
of Belize has changed from a
majority African Belizean popu-
lation to a country where there are
more Mestizo Belizeans. Stories
given by these people indicate a
series of atrocities that have
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their people. The United Nations
have cited grave human rights
violations that have been commit-
ted against the Mayas, Aztecs,
Garifuna, Mestizos and other
indigenous ethnic groups living in
Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras,
El Salvador and other Central
American countries.
In Belize the three main black
ethnic groups are the Garifuna, the
Creoles and the East Indians.
These ethnic groups are now the
minority and they do not have a
good working relationship among
themselves.
During British slavery, the
Creole people were the closest
ethnic group to the British slave
masters. The British had them
believe that they were their
children and all the other ethnic
groups were inferior to them.
Under slavery some of the
African slaves women bore
children for these slave masters
and became part of their family.
They even gave them their last
names to make them feel like it
was one big family.
For many years the Creoles, and
especially those who resided in
the city of Belize, always felt
superior to the other Belizeans
living outside of the City. This is
the main cause of the ethnic
tensions that exist in Belize today.
After Belize attained political
independent on September 21,
1981, Belizeans were searching
for their identity as a nation with
one people. Today, almost 30
years later, they are still
struggling to forge an identity.
Until that is achieved, Belizean's
nationalism will never be accom-
plished.
Most of the people who are
leaving Belize are African
Belizeans. They are leaving to
join their families in the United
States of America to further
their education, seek better
economic opportunities and to
avoid political reprisals for being
a member of one of the major
political parties in Belize.
While Belizeans are leaving their
country, the Mayas, the Mestizos,
the Chinese and other ethnic
groups are replacing them. Some
of these people see Belize as a
heaven compared to the country
of their birth. Most of them will
not return to their homeland. From
Belize their preferred other
destination is the United States
of America. While they are
establishing themselves in Belize,
many Belizeans are establishing
themselves in the United States of


America.
Many Belizeans living in the
United States of America would
like to return to Belize but the
economic situation is so bad that
most Belizeans living in the
United States will not risk return-
ing to Belize.
There are several families in
Belize who survive on remit-
tances - the funds their relatives
send to them from the United
States of America.
For Belizean Africans to stop
migrating to the United States
they have got to improve their
economic living conditions at
home. The truth is that for
people to migrate the economic
opportunities, human rights
violation, family re-union and
freedom has always played a
role to influence their decision.
Belizeans will not be able to stop
the mass migration to Belize but
our government must ensure that
Belizeans be given everything
that our country has to give as
opposed to the people who are
coming in from these different
countries. If the government
fails to act in the best interest of
the Belizeans who live abroad
and possess Dual Citizenships,
then the future of African
Belizeans will be doomed in
Belize.
African Belizeans in the
United States of America make
up a significant number of people
and they posses the financial,
human, educational, and other
resources that Belize need to
become and industrial nation in
the 22nd century.
If the Belize government fail in
giving them the incentives, they
will just sever all ties with Belize
and consider the United States
their home forever. Those who
are opposed to giving Belizean
Americans more benefits as
Belizeans in Article-7 of the
Constitution, are working in
favor of those people who want
to see African Belizeans live and
remain second class citizens in
Belize forever. This is why the
Diaspora Initiative Program is
badly needed in all areas to make
preparations for Belizeans who
are returning home after their
retirement in the United States.

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Here Are 8 Ways How Fights Got Started


#1: One year, I decided to buy
my mother-in-law a graveyard
spot as a Christmas gift...
The next year, I didn't buy her
a gift.
When she asked me why, I
replied, "Well, you still haven't
used the gift I bought you last
year!"
And that's how the fight
started....

#2: I took my wife to a
restaurant where the waiter, for
some reason, took my order
first.
"I'll have the rump steak,
rare, please." I said.
He said, "Aren'tyou worried
about the mad cow?"
"Nah, she can order for
herself."
And that's when the fight
started....

#3: My wife and I were
sitting at a table at her high
school reunion, and she kept
staring at a drunken man
swigging his drink as he sat
alone at a nearby table.
I asked her, "Do you know
him?"
"Yes", she sighed, "He's my
old boyfriend. I understand
he took to drinking right after
we split up those many years
ago, andI hear he hasn't been
sober since."
"My God!" I said, "Who
would think a person could go
on celebrating that long?"
And then the fight started...

#4: My wife sat down next to
me as I was flipping channels.
She asked, "What's on TV?"
I said, "Dust."
And then the fight started...

#5: When our lawn mower
broke and wouldn't run, my wife
kept hinting to me that I should
get it fixed. But, somehow I
always had something else to
take care of first. Always
something more important to
me.
Finally she thought of a clever
way to make her point.
When I arrived home one day,
I found her seated in the tall
grass, busily snipping away with
a tiny pair of sewing scissors.
I watched silently for a short
time and then went into the
house.


I was gone only a minute, and
when I came out again I handed
her a toothbrush.
I said, "When you finish
cutting the grass, you might
as well sweep the driveway."
The doctors say I will walk
again, but I will always have a
limp.

#6: My wife was hinting
about what she wanted for our
upcoming anniversary.
She said, "I want something
shiny that goes from 0 to 200
in about 3 seconds."
I bought her a bathroom scale.
And that's really how the fight
started.....

#7: Last Saturday morning I
got up early, quietly dressed,
made my lunch, and slipped
quietly into the garage. I hooked
up the boat to the van and
proceeded to back out into a
torrential downpour.
The wind was blowing 50
miles per hour, so I pulled back
into the garage, turned on the
radio, and discovered that the
weather would be bad all day.


I went back into the house,
quietly undressed, and slipped
back into bed. I cuddled up to
my wife's back; and whispered,
"The weather out there is
terrible."
My loving wife of 8 years
replied, "And, can you believe
my stupid husband is out
fishing in that?"
And that's how the fight
actually started Your Honor...


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this morning...the start of a
REALLY bad day!
The driver got out of the other
car, and I instantly notice that he
was a DWARF!!
He looked up at me and said
"I am NOT Happy!"
So I said, "Well, which one
ARE you then?"
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From
"The CAYO YOUTH FOOTBALL ACADAMEY"
We take this opportunity to extend a hearty THANK
YOU to all who participated in this year mundialito.
Special THANK YOU, for a job well done goes out
first to the children from the following
Primary Schools: Sacred Heart RC, Faith Nazarene,
St. Andrews Anglican, Santa Elena RC, Bishop
Martin RC and Arms Of Love.

Thanks to all the supportive parents, sponsors,
coaches, referees and the Red Cross.
We must also inform that donations collected at the
gate was greatly appreciated as, with it, we were able
pay the referees, Red Cross persomi
and other field expenses. r
See you soon again,
Regards, Vice Chairman,
. Marcel Bedran JP


muhaDi ul 2011


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Hats Off To Mr. Wellington Ramos


Dear Editor;
I just had to sit down and
commend Mr. Wellington
Ramos for the excellent job he
has done in writing his well
articulated articles in your
community newspaper. I am a
Belizean American living in the
beautiful city of Inglewood,
California.
I wanted to commend Mr.
Ramos because most of his
articles are right on the money
which relates to important issues
affecting the Belizean people. I
read your newspaper every week
and find it most interesting. It
keeps me apprise of what is
going on in my community back
home.
I must say I couldn't agree
with him more. He is a very
intelligent and knowledgeable
man who pays attention to his
government and their doings and
is trying to keep the people in
tuned with what is going on


with their government.
Hats off to Mr. Wellington
Ramos and I hope that this
current article regarding BNFA
(Belize National Football
Association) will be submitted
to the Minister of Sports. I
think it is important that our
country put together a competi-
tive football team to represent
us in these football tournaments.
I've been watching the Gold
Cup CONCACAF Tournament
that is being aired currently,
and was disappointed once
again that Belize is unable to
participate.
Other countries such as
Guatemala, El Salvador, Hondu-
ras, Costa Rica, Panama, are in
no better economic situation
that us and yet they are able to
have representation in these
tournaments.
It would make me proud and
I'm sure other Belizeans to see
our country compete in an


affect the Belizean youths.
Elga S., Inglewood, California


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who departed this life seven sad year ago
on June 28, 2004.


Although it has been seven
years since you are gone, your
memory still lingers on.
Not a single day goes by without
us thinking of you.
We all miss you terribly.


Rest in Peace Rodney until we
meet again.


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who departed this life one sad year ago on
June 13, 2011.

It seems like only yesterday you were here but it has
been a year since you are gone

Memories of you still bring tears to our eyes.
We long to feel your warmth, to hear your
voice or just to have you here with us. Quietly
we're remembering you in the silence of our
heart, each thought of you we treasure.

Sadly missed by Mother: Elvira Rivera, Grandma:
Eluvina Rivera; Brothers: Eric and Luis Rivera;
Sisters: Annie, Debby, Tracy and Peggy Rivera.
Several Nieces, Nephews, extended family and many
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Police Intercept Contral


total of 5,144 cans; 94 cases of
Red Bull energy drink with
each case also containing 24
individual cans for a total of
2,256 cans of the product; 52
sacks (25 kg each) of Sunny
brand powdered milk and 42
bails of assorted chips.
The five detainees were
identified as Francisco David
Corado Soto, 21; Juan Fran-
cisco Esquivel Garcia, 23;
Melvin Yeovani Ramirez
Pinelo, 22; and his younger
brother Orlando Filberto
Ramirez Pinelo, 21, all
Guatemalan laborers, residing
in Barrio Suchitan, Melchor,
Peten, Guatemala along with
Darwin Ottoniel Guerrero, 22,
Belizean laborer, of a Prickle
Yellow Street address in the
Santiago Juan Layout Area of
San Ignacio Town.
Given that the cargo is
suspected to be contraband
merchandise, the investigation
was promptly handed over to
Customs Officials attached to
the Western Border Station in
Benque Viejo Town.
The suspected contraband
merchandise and the two trucks
were later transferred to the
Customs compound where they


remain impounded.
The investigation reportedly
revealed that the contraband
cargo, in the Hino truck, driven
by Francisco David Corado
Soto, was brought into Belize
via an illegal crossing in
Arenal Village along the porous
western border. Upon entering
into Belize, the three Guatema-
lan laborers were contacted
by telephone and, with legal
temporary immigration passes,
crossed into Belize through the
western border station. They
reportedly met the truck in
Arenal village for the ride to San
Ignacio and eventually to the
Santiago Juan Layout Area, near
the residence of Darwin Ottoniel
Guerrero, where he was waiting
with the empty International
truck to receive the cargo. The
mobile patrol arrived while the
transfer was in progress.
A sixth person, identified as,
Guillermo Manolo Castillo,
28, naturalized Belizean/
Guatemalan of a Perez Street
address in Santa Elena Town,
Cayo, reportedly cited by the
detainees as "El Jefe" (the
boss), was later detained.
The detainees will be jointly
charged for "Reckless Posses-
sion of Uncustomed Goods" to


band Cargo
the tune of $187,245 being three
time highest street value of the
merchandise, as prescribed by
law.
When they appear in court, this
Friday morning, the Prosecution
is expected to object to bail for the
Guatemalans on grounds of the
high flight risk they present while
"El Jefe" should be freed on bail.
As we were going to press


this Friday morning, the latest
information reaching us is that,
when the six accused men were
returned to the San Ignacio
police station on Thursday
evening, after being detained for
several hours in the custody of
Customs at the Western Border
Station, Darwin Ottoniel
Guerrero, was released by
the police without charge on
instructions from Customs.


Burglar Caught Stuck In School Window


half of the body inside the
building.
Upon approaching, it was
noted that the man was actually
stuck between two blades of the
white aluminum louver window.
He was pulled out and was
identified as Pedro Bermudez
aka "Manuel Rodriguez", 47,
Belizean laborer residing in the
Hillview area of Santa Elena
Town.
Despite being caught in the


act of committing the crime,
Bermudez pled not guilty to the
single burglary charge when he
appeared before Magistrate
Dale Cayetano later that same
Monday morning.
The prosecutor's objection to
bail, on the grounds that the
accused is on bail for a similar
charge, was upheld by the
magistrate. Bermudez was
consequently remanded to
prison until the next hearing
on Tuesday, July 26, 2011.


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Police Intercept Contraband Cargo

Six Persons Detained - One Later Released


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Thursday, June 16, 2011:
San Ignacio police is today
reporting what they believe to be
the interception of a major ring
engaged in the illegal trading of
merchandise from Guatemala
into Belize.
Police reports that at about
2:00 pm on Wednesday, June 15,
a mobile patrol in the Santiago
Juan Layout Area of San Ignacio
Town came upon a group of
five male persons transferring
merchandise from a yellow and
white Hino cargo truck with San
Ignacio/Santa Elena license
plates A-00135 into a red and
white International cargo truck
with San Ignacio/Santa Elena
license plates A-00246. The
trucks were reportedly parked
tail to tail as the transfer of cargo
was in progress.
The suspicion intensified when
none of the five persons present
could produce documentation
for the merchandise comprising
several cases of Monster and
Red Bull energy drinks along
with numerous bails of assorted
chips and several sacks of Sunny
brand powdered milk.
All five persons along with
the suspected contraband
merchandise, in both trucks,
were escorted, under police
guard, to the San Ignacio Police
Station where the merchandise
was systematically checked and
found to comprise 210 cases of
Monster energy drinks, each
case containing 24 cans, plus an
additional 104 single cans for a


Darwin Ottoniel Guerrero, 22


Francisco David Corado Soto, 21


"El Jefe"- Guillermo Manolo
Castillo, 28


Juan Francisco Esquivel Garcia, 23 Melvin Yeovani Ramirez Pinelo, 22 Orlando Filberto Ramirez Pinelo, 21

Burglar Caught Stuck In School Window As


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Monday, June 8, 2011:
Quick response on the part of
San Ignacio Police resulted in
the apprehension of a notorious
school burglar trapped in a
window at the school.
Acting upon information
received of strange noises
coming from the compound at


St. Andrews Anglican Primary
School in San Ignacio Town, a
team of policemen rushed to
the scene at around 12:15 am,
during the first few minutes of
the day, on Monday, June 8,
where they saw the rear end of a
person hanging out of a ground
floor window with the other
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San Ignacio and Benque Police Attend Media Workshop
The workshop includes topics
' 1.such as:
tI4 I a) Knowing the media,
b) Tips when dealing with the


c) the legal perspective and
d) Interviewing skills including
a practical "role playing"
component.
The objective of the workshop
is to provide Police Officers


with information enabling them
to efficiently and effectively
engage the media in information
sharing regarding matters that
affect the public.
We trust that those in
attendance were able to grasp a
true understanding in the role of
the media in society and in so
doing refrain from placing road
blocks in the path as the media
endeavors to fulfill its obligation
to the community it serves.


"Role Playing" - Camera Rolling - Corporal #148 Norman
Coye (R) interviewing Constable # 1080 Wilbert Myvette (L)


CENTER FOR EMPLOY-
MENT TRAINING, San
Ignacio Town, Cayo, Tuesday,
June 14, 2011:
A media relations workshop
was held today for policemen
attached to the San Ignacio
police station and the Benque
Viejo sub-formation.
Approximately 30 officers
from both formations were in
attendance for the one day
workshop held 9:00 am and
3:00 pm at the Center for
Employment in San Ignacio
Town.


The workshop, sponsored by
the Ministry of Police and
Public Safety, was facilitated by
the Ministry's Public Relations
Officer, Raphael Martinez.
Martinez informed that the
workshop is a countrywide
undertaking which began in
Belmopan last week moving to
San Ignacio this week.
The series continues in Orange
Walk Town early next month
after which it moves to Dangriga
Town and later to Punta Gorda
Town with the final stop in
Corozal Town.


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The Third Murder In The Twin Towns

For The Year - All Stabbing Incidents


SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Tuesday, June 21, 2011:
As in every case, all it took was
just a moment of indiscretion
for lives to be drastically
changed as those at the very
center of the stage were left
saying "If only I knew" by then
however it was really too late
because it was impossible to
undo that which was done.
Such was again the case last
Saturday evening, June 18,
as the unfortunate incident
unfolded inside the popular
weekend watering hole known
as Yan Zhong Fry Chicken in the
Savannah Area of San Ignacio
Town near the bus terminal.
Within minutes of the
stabbing incident the accused
was detained, the suspected
murder weapon was recovered
and the victim was
officially pronounced dead by
the medical officer on duty at
the community hospital in San
Ignacio Town.
May Bush, 48, Belizean
housewife of a #4 Teacher's
Lane address in Santa
Elena Town stands accused
of inflicting a single fatal stab
wound to the left side of the ribs
and into the heart of David
"Pit" Guerra, 29, Belizean
laborer of #14 Carmen Street
also in Santa Elena Town.
Living in the general neighbor-
hood, the accused and the
deceased were no strangers to
each other, in fact, it can be said
that a family connection existed
as the victim's brother is said to
be in a relationship with the


The Accused Murderer - May Bush, 48 The Decea
daughter of the accused.
It was whilst socializing on Chicken where they were
Saturday, June 18, that they hanging out for a while before
eventually met at Yan Zhong Fry the accused reportedly jumped

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based - David "Pit" Guerra, 29
SUNRISE: October 18, 1981
SUNSET: June 18, 2011
on his bicycle and headed home.
When he arrived at home
he realized that his cellular
phone was missing and so he
hopped back on his bicycle and
returned to the restaurant
where he reportedly confronted
the accused about his missing
phone.
The confrontation apparently
did not go down well with
the accused, her live in male
companion and another male
person who was with them.
During the altercation,
the deceased was reportedly
restrained by the two male
persons after which the accused
reportedly pull out a knife from
a purse she carried, unfolded the


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The Feud
SANTA ELENA TOWN, Cayo,
Thursday, June 23, 2011:
Carlos Requena, the eldest
son of accused murderer May
Bush was today injured in what
could be described as nothing
less than a continuation of
last Saturday evening's fatal
stabbing death of David "Pit"
Guerra.
In a statement to the police

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Carlos Requena, 26, Belizean
laborer of #4 Teacher's Lane,
Santa Elena told the police that
at around 9:30 this Thursday
morning he was in front of
A&R Store on the Western
Highway in Santa Elena when
he was approached by Rodel
Guerra, a younger brother of
the deceased, David Guerra.
According to Requena, Guerra
rode up to him on a black beach
cruiser bicycle and pulled out a
machete which he reportedly
used to swing several chops at
him one of which caught him in
the region of the right shoulder.
Requena told the police that
during the attack he heard when
Guerra reportedly said that "Dis
dafu mi breda" (this is for my
brother) in fleeing from the
attacker, Requena ran towards
the Social Security (Santa
Elena) branch office. A passing
police mobile stopped and
transported him to the hospital
where the injury was classified
as wounding by Dr. Fidel
Cuellar.
Rodel Guerra, 24, Belizean
laborer of #14 Carmen Street,
Santa Elena was later arrested


and formally charged for
wounding and disorderly
conduct.
In a rather strange turn of
events two things subsequently
transpired being first: Despite
the presence of a magistrate
sitting in his office upstairs of
the police station, the accused,
Rodel Guerra, was granted
police bail on a serious charge
like wounding which is rather
unusual as this is normally for


the courts to do and secondly
despite reporting that he was
the one who was actually
attacked, Carlos Requena was
counter charged for disorderly
conduct.
This granting of police bail in
this matter has reportedly not
gone down well within the
police station especially given
the volatile nature of the current
situation between these two
families


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PUBLIC UTILITIES
COMMISSION


Public Utilities Commission (PUC)


PUBLIC UTILITIES
COMMISSION


Notice:
In exercise of the powers conferred upon it by Section 32 of the Public Utilities Commission Act, Chapter 223 of the Laws of Belize, the
Electricity Act, Chapter 221 of the Laws of Belize, and all other powers thereunto enabling, the Public Utilities Commission (hereinafter
referred to as "the Commission) hereby notifies the general public that the Commission intends to make a Decision rescinding the
AMENDMENT TO THE 2008 ANNUAL REVIEW PROCEEDING FINAL DECISION that was made and issued by the Commission on
February 6, 2009.

Reason:
The Commission intends to rescind the AMENDMENT TO THE 2008 ANNUAL REVIEW PROCEEDING FINAL DECISION, which
prescribed rates for the period January 1, 2009, to June 30, 2009, because the Supreme Court had stayed the Decision beyond its effective
period and it is therefore now impossible to enforce the said Decision.

Intended date for Decision:
Intended date for making and issuing the Decision rescinding the AMENDMENT TO THE 2008 ANNUAL REVIEW PROCEEDING
FINAL DECISION is Friday, July 15, 2011.

Definition of Interested Person:
An "Interested Person" as stated above means a person who may be materially affected by any Decision of the Commission.

Comments:
The deadline for comments to be received from Interested Persons is Friday, July 8, 2011.

Comments may be made:


a) in writing and delivered to the PUC at:



b) by email to the PUC at:


Public Utilities Commission
41 Gabourel Lane, Belize City
P. O. Box 300

info@puc.bz


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Eco-Kids Winners Announced


San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize June 21, 2011 - The Eco-Kids Summer Educational Adventure Camp is officially on!

Yes, the competition entry essays have all been submitted and carefully read, and the winners have been selected.

And now, 24 very lucky young people aged between eight and 13 years old will be taking part in an incredible opportunity to experience,
up-close and personal, Belize's beautiful natural environment while learning about how to help preserve this stunning national treasure and
ensure its survival into the future.

The Eco-Kids will attend the week long, all-inclusive educational adventure during the week of July 23 - 31 as Chaa Creek's guests, with
everything, from comfortable cabins at the Macal River Camp, delicious, healthy meals, a range of carefully designed activities and events, arts
and craft materials, professional naturalist guide instructors and camp counsellors all provided for free.

However, according to Lucy Fleming, who with her husband Mick own Chaa Creek and developed the Eco-Kids program, there is a catch.

"We want the kids to take this opportunity to really appreciate their natural heritage and think about how important it is to protect and
preserve it. We like to think that, over the years, the Eco-Kids program will inspire our youth and perhaps plant the seeds for further study and
maybe even add to the next generation of environmentalists."

"After all, today's environmentally aware kids represent the best chance for the future survival of Belize's spectacular, yet fragile,
environment."

The Flemings and their Chaa Creek staff have been conducting the Eco-Kids Summer Camp since 2010 and plan to continue it as an annual event
to engage young students and foster an awareness of environmental responsibility.

"It's a huge week that's chock full of activities and, to be honest, something we enjoy almost as much as the kids," Ms Fleming said, "And if
we can communicate our love and respect for this beautiful part of the world to the young people who are inheriting it, as well as the sense of
responsibility to look after it, it will be more than worth the effort."

Chaa Creek is set within a pristine 365 acre private nature reserve that is home to an extraordinary range of wildlife, birds and flora, and the
Eco-Kids program is designed so that young people will come away with a deeper understanding and respect for the natural world and their place
in it.

This years' winners had to write a 300 word essay in English explaining why they wanted to be an Eco-Kid. Six boys and six girls from each
category (Eco Greenies at 8-10 years and Eco Saplings of 11-13 years) were then picked as winners.

Congratulations Eco-Kids, and have a great adventure!

List of Winners


Girls 8- 10 years old

1. Andrea Gutierrez - San Ignacio, Cayo District
2. Shaneli Pop - Santa Elena, Cayo District
3. Kaithlynne Haylock - Belize City, Belize District
4. Chloe Auil - Belize City, Belize District
5. Esperanza Nesbitt - Barranco, Toledo District
6. Zephr Nesbitt - Barranco, Toledo District

Girls 11- 13 years old

1. Cindy Lu - Corozal Town, Corozal District
2. Stacey Grange - Corozal Town, Corozal District
3. Sundita Forbes - Burrell Boom, Belize District
4. Stephanie Ruiz - Belmopan, Cayo District
5. Brittney Garcia - Yo Creek, Orange Walk District
6. Crystal Cal - Yo Creek, Orange Walk District

Boys 8 - 10 years old

1. Alex Alkinson - Toledo District
2. Elias Alamina - Belize City, Belize District
3. Kory Gillett - Belize City, Belize District


4. Wayne Arnold -
5. Jaron Pakeman -
6. Giovanni Pinelo


Stann Creek District
- Belize City, Belize District
- Benque Viejo Town, Cayo District


Boys 11 - 13 years old

1. Federico Reyes - Corozal Town, Corozal District
2. Nelson Esteban - San Ignacio, Cayo District
3. Clifford Richard Coc - Maya Mopan, Stann Creek District
4. Kevin Levy - Corozal Town, Corozal District
5. Abel Blanco - Yo Creek, Orange Walk District
6. T.J. Pronk - Hopkins, Stann Creek District

For more information about the Eco Kids Summer Program, please call
824-2037, email us at reservations(@chaacreek.com or visit the web
site at http://www.chaacreek.com.


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Forty Nine Public Officers Honored f


SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Thursday, June 23,
2011:
The Bedran Hall inside the San
Ignacio Resort Hotel was the
venue today for the Belize
Public Service Day Awards
Ceremony and Luncheon.
The program, featuring
Governor General Sir Colville
N. Young as the Guest of Honor,
began promptly as scheduled
at 10:00 am with the Public
Relations Officer in the
Ministry of Police and Public
Safety, Rapahel Martinez,
leading the proceedings as
master of ceremony.
The National Anthem was
performed by Mr. Ismael
Gilharry while the prayer was


Awardee,
Edgar Gustavo Escalante
delivered by Father Leo Palma
and the welcome remarks by
Mr. Charles Gibson, Chief


Executive Officer in the
Ministry of the Public Service,
Governance Improvement,
Elections & Boundaries and
Sports.
The program also included
remarks by the President of the
Public Service Union, Mrs.
Jacqueline Willoughby-
Sanchez as well as by Featured
Speaker, Mr. Patrick "Pat"
Bernard, Chairman of the
Security Services Commission
followed by the keynote address
delivered by the Hon. John B.
Saldivar, Minister of the
Public Service, Governance
Improvement, Elections &
Boundaries and Sports.
In his address to the gathering
of mostly public officers,


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Notice:
In exercise of the powers conferred upon it by Sections 3, 6, 7, 26 and 27 of the Belize
Telecommunications Act, No. 16 of 2002, and all other powers thereunto enabling, the
Public Utilities Commission (PUC; the Commission) hereby serves Notice this day, June
23, 2011, to the general public, that the Commission proposes to make and issue an Order
prescribing regulations for the imposition, implementation, monitoring and enforcement of
rates for telecommunications services where:

(a) there is only one service provider operating a telecommunications network or
providing a
Telecommunications service, or where one service provider has a dominant position in the
relevant
market;
(b) a sole or dominant service provider operating a telecommunications network or
providing a telecommunications service cross-subsidises another telecommunications
service provided by such service provider; or
(c) the PUC detects anti-competitive pricing and acts of unfair competition.

Viewing of proposed Order:
The proposed Order may be viewed at the offices of the Commission or on the Commission's
website at www.puc.bz.

Comments:
The deadline for comments to be received from members of the general public, including
licensees, in regards to the proposed Order is July 15, 2011.

Comments may be made:


a) in writing and delivered to the PUC at:




b) by email to the PUC at:


Public Utilities Commission
41 Gabourel Lane, Belize City
P. O. Box 300

info()puc.bz


Intended Date of proposed Order:
The Commission intends to make and issue the proposed Order on July 22, 2011.

Issued by the Public Utilities Commission on June 23, 2011.


Hon. John B. Saldivar,
Minister of the Public
Service, Governance
Improvement, Elections &
Boundaries and Sports
Minister Saldivar informed that
"Our honorees today
come from a wide variety of
disciplines and fields; from
policy planners and makers to
engineers; from doctors
and nurses to teachers and
educators, from the security
services to the secretaries and
clerks and much more." He
went on to remind the gathering
that they all "share the relent-
less commitment to service. To
imagine Belize without you as
well as the other men and
women of the wider public
service would be to imagine a
world of chaos and depriva-
tion. " He also reminded public
officers that their "work touches
each and every one of our lives,
from ensuring that our
environment is safe for us to
live in, to building roads and
bridges that give access to
farmers to feed our families."
In further congratulating the
honorees, Minister Saldivar
informed that he has "long been
convinced that in Belize, the
Public Service is just as efficient
as the private sector. We
have wonderful, committed
individuals who work hard to
serve the people and today we
honor the cream of the crop."
The seven-member Awards
Selection Panel appointed for
the purpose included Senator
Henry Gordon as Chairman
along with Mrs. Freya
Parham-August as Executive
Secretary and Mr. Dylan
Reneau, CEO Charles Gibson,
Ms. Sylvia Cattouse, Mrs.
Carmen Barrow and Mr.
Herman Byrd serving as
members.
The forty-nine deserving
awardees with 25 or more
years of dedicated service to







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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 serves 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 to Fridays at the Land Registry, Belmopan.



For (CESAR DIAZ) (Mr.)
For REGISTRAR OF LANDS
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201014110
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No.3 land being Parcels No. 1119

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No.30 17 of 1998
dated 27th August, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 36 of
1998 at Folios 169-174 in favour of JUDITH FLORES ARZU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 106982
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No. 1861

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.40 of
1984 dated 22nd February, 1984 in favor of RENE MORENO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 106983
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.8345

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.72 of
2010 dated 5th May, 2010 in favor of EARL VILLANUEVA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201106984
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No.3 land being Parcels No. 1820

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.480 of
1993 dated 15th May, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of
1993 at Folios 81-86 in favour of JOSEPH MEJIA JR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201106985
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No.3 land being Parcels No.2460

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No.1348 of 1993
dated 7th July, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 16 of 1993 at
Folios 57-62 in favour of JOSEPH MEJIA JR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201106986
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No. 1887

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 134 of
1987 dated 1st December, 1987 in favor of ALIA ENCALADA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201106987
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No.3 land being Parcels No. 1014

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.725 of
2004 dated 26th February, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
10 of 2004 at Folios 609-618 in favour of DEL VARINE CASTILLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201106990
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA


SOUTH, Block No.3 land being Parcels No.748

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.2362 of
2005 dated 18th August, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 31
of 2005 at Folios 1071-1080 in favour of MAURICIO ROSALES &
ENMA LIZETH GOMEZ (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-20 1106991
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No.4 and being Parcels No.4452

This parcel of landis the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.484 of
1985 dated 18th May, 1985 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of
1985 at Folios 1119-1126 in favour of HILTON FRANCISCO CODD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 106992
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.8831

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 1022 of
2003 dated 21st June, 2004 in favor of ARELIE MEJIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 106994
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK, Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 1291

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No.543 of 2008
dated 13th February, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7 of
2008 at Folios 549-560 & Deed of Conveyance No.1768 of 2006 and
recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of 2006 at Folios 151.160 in favour
of MATTHEW SMILING.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201106995
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.7126

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.2229 of
2009 dated 28th October, 2009 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
26 of 2009 at Folios 1019-1032 in favour of CARMITA
VELASQUEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201106996
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
PEDRO, Block No.7 and being Parcels No.7168

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.491 of
2010 dated 11th March, 2010 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7
of 2010 at Folios 1485-1496 in favour of DAVID & AGANETHA
REDECOP.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 106997
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.7171

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.490 of
2010 dated 11th March, 2010 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 7
of 2010 at Folios 1475-1484 in favour of DAVID & AGANETHA
REDECOP.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 106998
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.7232

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1973 of
2009 dated 2nd October, 2009 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23
of 2009 at Folios 1239-1252 in favour of MAUREEN KITCHUR,
TRACY MARSDEN & VIVIAN PRITCHARD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 106999


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Toledo's Third Annual National Organic Fair


Belize's Growing Movement Toward
Sustainable Harvest Interna- ..,
tional (SHI) will be showcasing i.:gf
its work with Toledo farmers I . '
at its Third Annual National I" .A
Organic Fair to be held on I
Friday and Saturday, October
28th and 29th, 2011, in Punta
Gorda's Central Park.
Forty five farmers from
various communities around
the Toledo District will be
displaying their crops that are
the results of a sustainable
method of planting that includes
the use of dead barriers (rocks
and sticks) and live barriers
(pineapples) to control erosion;
composting; crop rotation; A Scene Fro
cover cropping to suppress cilantro."
weeds and enhance soil; There is a long waiting list
making and using natural insec- farmers interested in joining
ticides, pesticides and fungicides program which also inclu
to control weeds, insects and chicken, sheep and pig hi
diseases. bandry, installation of so
"Most of these farmers were
slash and burn, chemicalfarm-
ers", explains Candido Chun,
regional coordinator of SHI.
"Now they can use the same
land over and over again."
SHI is currently working with
323 farmers from across the -
country in a 5 phase, 5 year .
program that encompasses -
theory, workshops on develop-
ing a nursery, introduction to
micro credit, entrepreneurship
and monitoring.
"Currently, most of the
farmers we are working with in While There Were Plenty
Toledo are still in phase 1&2 This Year Promises To
of the program, planting to JOB OP
sustain their family needs," e o O
explains Yasmin Ramirez, SHI Mystic River Resort is o
marketing officer. "They arewihaodk
planting carrots, cabbages, d a Some knowledge
cucumbers in addition to okra, and electric
papaya, cacao, moringa and Call 834-4100 to set up ar


Organic Gardening


om Last Year's Fair
composting latrines and use of
t of wood conserving stoves, ovens
the and biodigester.
des Through this program, SHI
us- hopes to make a positive impact
lar on the environment, agro- ecol-


Products On Display Last Year,
Be Much Bigger And Brighter

PORTUNITY
king for a bright young person
wledge of computers!
of mechanics, plumbing
l would be an asset.
n appointment with Mr. Thomas.


0


ogy, food security, livelihood
and learning capacity of the
farmers.
On Friday the 28th, a bus will
be taking visitors around to
several organic farms in the area
to talk to the farmers about their
work.
On Saturday, October 29th, at
Central Park, the public will be
able to buy the local produce and
enjoy presentations of gardening
skills, cooking classes, inter-
views and entertainment.
"SHI will be reaching out to
people for donations to cover
the cost of renting tents,
marketing, and the bus for
Friday", explains SHI country
director Nana Mensah. "This
is going to be a very ambitious
event and we would appreciate
all the financial support we can
get."
For more information about
the Fair or to arrange to make a
donation, please contact SHI at
501-722-2010.

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Bring out your family and
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everyone so bring out the
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environment.

We Also Deliver.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE


As of June 14, 2011 Frank Tull is no longer affiliated with Diamond Realty
and will no longer represent Diamond Realty in any way.

Our office now includes:

Larry Konechny

Irene Konechny

Daphine Vega

Diamond Realty will continue to do our best to make dealing with us a great experience.







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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.7235

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1976 of
2009 dated 2nd October, 2009 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23
of 2009 at Folios 1281-1294 in favour of MAUREEN KITCHUR,
TRACY MARSDEN & VIVIAN PRITCHARD.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107000
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.9063

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.34 of
2007 dated 5th February, 2007 in favor of ADRIAN HEUSNER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107001
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BENQUE
VIEJO DEL CARMEN, Block No.23 and being Parcels No. 1879

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.585 of
2010 dated 4th January, 2011 in favor of MARIA LUISA
CASTELLANOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107002
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/
MESOP, Block No.45 and being Parcels No.608

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.392 of
1981 dated 12th March, 1981 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4
of 1981 at Folios 1019-1024 in favour of THOMAS DONOVAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107003
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/
MESOP, Block No.45 and being Parcels No.607

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No.3 782 of 2000
dated 29th September, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 54
of 2000 at Folios 1057-1064 in favour of THOMAS DONOVAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107004
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BENQUE
VIEJO DEL CARMEN, Block No.23 and being Parcels No.2119

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.268 8 of
2006 dated 8th August, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 34
of 2006 at Folios 457-466 in favour of JORGE DAVID DE LEON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107005
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No.31 and being Parcels No.785

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.1 of
1990 dated 15tb January, 1990 in favor of KEISHA WITTY as
Administratrix of the Estate of CLIVE WITTY (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107007
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No.361

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1761 of
2009 dated 31st December, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
3 of 2009 at Folios 383.392 in favour of ESTER MENDOZA &
SANTIAGO MENDOZA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107010
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No.2443

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No.445 5 of 2000
dated 14th December, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 63 of


2000 at Folios 243-250 in favour of BYRON G.A. SIERRA & LUBIA
E. SIERRA

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107011
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CRISTO
REY, Block No. 1 and being Parcels No.94

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.319 of
1998 dated 24th March, 1998 in favor of PAULINO RUIZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107012
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BENQUE
VIEJO DEL CARMEN, Block No.23 and being Parcels No.2216

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.767 of
2006 dated 4th January, 2006 in favor of RONNY SIERRA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107016
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No.31 and being Parcels No. 1020

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.322 of
1999 dated 26th March, 1999 in favor of RHONA SAMBULA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107017
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 1631

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.681 of
1999 dated 16th August, 1999 in favor of CANDY TOT & ELDA
BERNARD as Administratrices of the Estate of FLOYD D.
BERNARD (deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107018
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No. 1375

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.282 of
2006 dated 28th April, 2006 in favor of DIAMELA GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS201 107019
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN
SQUARE WEST, Block No.45 and being Parcels No.95

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1036 of
2001 dated 30th March, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 14
of 2001 at Folios 1461-1475 in favour of GEORGIA MILLER.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107020
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 173

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1338 of 1996
dated 7th June, 1996 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13 of 1996
at Folios 531-540 in favour of EDWARD L. FELIX.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107054
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BURDON
CANAL, Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 100

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No.3035 of 2002
dated 23td October, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 35 of
2002 at Folios 68 1-688 in favour of ELITE INVESTMENTS
LIMITED.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107055
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No.31 and being Parcels No.289

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.444 of
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ARIES:
March 22 to
April 20
You are happy and grateful for
the people you have in your life.
But, you may get tired of their
emotional needs and demands
placed on you. You need to
withdraw yourself from these
responsibilities for a short while.
Be honest with yourself and you
will find happiness. Lucky
numbers: 05, 36, 63.

TAURUS:
April 21 to
May 21
You are likely to be more
positive about the way things are
poised in your life. There will be
reason to cheer, stemming from
some great development in your
family life. Monetary gains are
indicated. There could be some
trouble on account of health.
Lucky numbers: 27, 50, 71.

GEMINI:

June 21
You have waited for a long
time to feel that streak of
courage and adventure within
you. You might leave all your
doubts and fears behind and
explore new areas of study, and
hobbies. The week is about
discovering some hidden talent.
Lucky numbers: 12, 32, 65.

CANCER:
i June 22 to
July 23
You might start something
new at work. You may be under
pressure and may need to gather
resources for the initial push. A
sensible approach would be to
commit as much as you can
handle. Your schedule leaves
you physically exhausted.
Lucky numbers: 36, 45, 97.

LEO:
July 24 to
August 21
You are in a mood to make
your loved ones feel valued and


cherished. You need to be alert
and watchful, especially about
how you proceed with legal
battles that are already on. It may
be stressful now, but it will save
you a lot of grief later. Lucky
numbers: 23, 67, 86.

VIRGO:
August 22 to
September 21
This is a hectic week
with meetings, travel and
negotiations tightly packed in.
There are indications of
financial gains. You need to be
careful though as you could be
tempted to take a short and
possibly unethical route to get
fast gains. Avoid any such offers,
no matter how profitable they
appear Lucky numbers: 33, 49,
78.

LIBRA:
1 September 22
-:--3 to October 23
You will be inundated with
work, leaving no time for
yourself. There is extra
responsibility, travel and social
commitments, and you cannot
excuse yourself from any of it.
Those looking for a new job may
find a suitable opportunity.
Lucky numbers: 18, 52, 84.


The coming week is about
enjoying yourself despite the
tasks you need to finish. So
much has been happening
around you for quite sometime
now that you may have figured
out that being stressed does not
help sort out problems at all.
Take one day at a time. Lucky
numbers: 24,55,62.

e SAGITTARIUS:
November 22 to
December 21
Do not enter a relationship
with too many expectations.
This applies not only to personal
life but to business relationships


YouTT~rA7?3 W Horos


I & Lu3ckyNum ber


too. You need to be careful and
leave room for other people to
express themselves. Lucky num-
bers: 38, 80, 92.

CAPRICORN:
December 22
to January 20
You may find yourself pulled
in too many directions all of a
sudden. You may want to travel
to a new place, may want to
enroll for dance or yoga classes,
catch up with an old friend and
spend some time with an elderly
relative. Good news from abroad
is likely.. Lucky numbers: 21,
43,77.

i .AQUARIUS:
!-^ January 21 to
February 19
Lot of progress is indicated.
There may be an old colleague
or a friend joining hands with
you at work, making you
stronger as a team. There could
be many social occasions and
obligations that eat into your
time. Expenses will increase.
Lucky numbers: 16, 48, 74.


'World's Oldest Person'

Dies At 114 In Brazil


Maria Gomes Valentim said she
enjoyed a glass of wine every now
and then
BBC News, 21 June 2011 Last
updated at 21:40 GMT
A Brazilian woman thought to be
the world's oldest person has died
at the age of 114.
Maria Gomes Valentim died of
multiple organ failure a few weeks
before she was due to turn 115.
Guinness World Records said
they had verified her birth record,
from 1896, and just last month
declared her the oldest living
person. Shortly before her death,
she said she liked Brazil's national
dish, feijoada, and pasties with
plenty of hot sauce.


Guinness said that
Valentim died at the age
of 114 years and 347
days.
She spent her life in
the town of Carangola,
in the east of the
country.
Previously the title
had been held by Besse
Cooper from Georgia, in the United
States.
But last month, Guinness said
they had found that Ms Valentim
was 48 days older than Cooper.
They said she attributed her
longevity to a healthy diet, with a
daily breakfast consisting of a
bread roll, fruit and coffee.
She is survived by four grandchil-
dren, seven great-grandchildren
and five great- great-grandchildren.
Her son reportedly died in the
early 1990s, at the age of 75.
Guinness said the title of
world's oldest living person
would now revert to Ms Cooper,
who is 114 years and 299 days


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I PISCES:
February 20
to March 21
This week gives you some
time to relax. You could plan a
small getaway. However, there
could be some worry as an
elderly relative's health is
affected. You may need to take
care of this relative. In personal
relationships, express yourself
and don't expect other people to
read your mind. Lucky numbers:
03, 51, 96.







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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


2000 dated 6th June, 2000 in favor of RANDY AVILA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107056
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No.729, 730 &
731

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1389 of
2008 dated 15th May, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17 of
2008 at Folios 1029-1038 in favour of JEFFREY S. WILLIAMS &
ANN M.WILLIAMS (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107057
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.8262

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.6 of
2006 dated 1 th April, 2006 in favor of VANYA DIANA VASQUEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107058
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.4576
This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No.3587 of 2000
dated 14th September, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 52
of 2000 at Folios 913-918 in favour of GUILLERMO NUNEZ

APPLICATION NO. LRS201107059
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No.948

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.862 of
2000 dated 9th October, 2000 in favor of BENJAMIN SALAZAR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS201 107060
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.8741

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 114 of
2007 dated 13th September, 2007 in favor of GILBERTO NUNEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107070
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FIREBURN,
Block No.4 and being Parcels No.269

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 144 of
2001 dated 7th April, 2001 in favor of CECILIO GONGORA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107071
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
CARMELITA, Block No.4 and being Parcels No.942

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1978 of
2003 dated 21" July, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of
2003 at Folios 763-768 in favour of GINA ANDERSON & HENRY
ANDERSON.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107091
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
ESTEVAN, Block No. 1 and being Parcels No.371

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 18 of
1996 dated 5th March, 1996 in favor of NESTOR E. HERNANDEZ

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107092
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN FELIPE,
Block No. 13 and being Parcels No.701

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 954 of
2005 dated 19th July, 2005 in favor of ISAAC MARK GUERRA.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107096
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No.31 and being Parcels No.291

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.446 of
2000 dated 6th June, 2000 in favour of ROSENELL TILLETT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107097
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No.31 and being Parcels No.288

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.443 of
2000 dated 6th June, 2000 in favour of SHARON ENRIQUEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107318
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.845 1

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1104 of
2010 dated 8th June, 2010 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17 of
2010 at Folios 1069-1080 in favour of KRISTINA RENEE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107320
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 187

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No.865 of 1964 dated
18th July, 1964 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 1964 at
Folios 175-180 in favour of ATTOLENE CRAWFORD LENNAN
as Administratrix of the Estate of ARTHUR ROY GILBERT
ANDERSON & (MARION IRENE ANDERSON -Deceased)

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107321
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 1317

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No.477 of 1968 dated
7th August, 1968 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1968 at
Folios 1437-1444 in favour of SHELLIMAE CRAWFORD as
Administratrix of the Estate of HORTENSE OLIVE CLARKE
(Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107324
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE
RURAL NORTH II, Block No. 11 and being Parcels No.386 & 485

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 120 of
1977 dated 20th June, 1977 in favor of GRANVILLE GARNETT
Co-Executor of the Estate of HEARBERT GARNETT (Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107325
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No. 173

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.579 of
1975 dated 24th December, 1975 in favor of GODSMAN ELLIS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107326
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN PEDRO,
Block No.7 and being Parcels No.8706

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 5 of 2007 dated
23"' January, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 2007 at
Folios 1111-1120 in favour of LEROY JENKINS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107327
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No. 1914

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.32 of
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VS edges More Tunds To Com6at

The Drug War In CentrafAmerica
Thursday, June 23, 2011:
US Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton urged businesses in the
region to pull their weight in
the fight against drug-related
violence
Mrs Clinton told a regional
security conference in
Guatemala that the US would
increase its aid by more than US Secretary of State
10% to nearly $300m (f�187m). Hillary Clinton has pledged
Analysts say the figure is still more foreign aid to fight
small, given that more than drug cartels in C.A.
two-thirds of cocaine sent from
South America to the US now helping the region.
passes through CentralAmerica. "Everyone knows the
In total, some $1.8bn was statistics, the murder rates
promised to support the region's surpassing civil war levels," she
security, said in remarks to the Central
The World Bank is to provide American Security Conference
$1bn in the coming years, (SICA).
said Pamela Cox, the bank's Mrs Clinton said funding to
vice-president for Latin America tackle transnational organised
and the Caribbean. crime in the region would be
The Inter-American Develop- increased from $260m in 2010
ment Bank (IADB) will also to almost $300m this year.
offer $500m over two years. But she stressed she expected
Announcing the increased US Central American nations to pull
funding, Mrs Clinton said their weight.
Washington was committed to "We will be your ready

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deposited into a bank account, please return the completed form no later than Monday
4' July, 2011.
Dividend cheques will be available for pickup commencing on Monday 25r Ju at our
head office on Central American Blvd. in Belize City during normal working hours
Each shareholder is asked to please bring along a valid identification when picking up
their cheque. Cheques not picked up by Friday 26thAugust 2011 will be mailed out to
shareholders.
All shareholders are asked to inform us of any change of address especially those who
did not receive their AGM circular last year. Kindly fill in the form below with your
updated address and return the completed form to the address below or send via fax to
222-4263.
For Shareholder information, contact:
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P.O. Box 150, Central American Boulevard,
Belize City, Belize
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partners but it must begin
with you and led by you," she
told leaders from across the
region.
Mrs Clinton said governments
had to work together to beat the
drug cartels, which are behind
much of the violence blighting
the region.
"The cartels and criminals
are not contained by borders
and so therefore our response
must not be either," she said.
But Mrs Clinton did not only
call on governments to increase
their efforts to fight crime. She
said businesses also had a role
to play.
"Businesses and the rich in
every country must pay their
fair share of taxes and become
full partners in a whole of
society effort. True security
cannot be funded on the backs
of the poor," she stressed.
Efforts by presidents in
Central America to raise taxes
have faced opposition in the
past.


El Salvador's President
Mauricio Funes' plan to impose
a new tax to raise money for
security programmes has
been opposed by many in El
Salvador.
Central America has long been
used to smuggle drugs from
producer countries such as
Colombia and Peru to the main
drug markets in the United
States.
But with Mexican President
Felipe Calderon declaring war
on drug gangs in his country,
Mexican cartels have increas-
ingly been moving into Central
America and running smuggling
operations there.
In March, police in Honduras
for the first time uncovered
a cocaine laboratory in the
country.
Security officials said it was a
first-rate facility, probably run
by Mexican gangs, which they
said indicated that some of the
cocaine production was being
moved there.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OFLBELIZE


Simple Simon Visits The Library
Simple Simon went to the San many characters and too many
Ignacio Town Library to borrow numbers, so I would like to
a book. return it."
A few days later, he returns The senior librarian says to her
and says to librarian "This book assistant, "So this is the person
was very boring. It had too who took our phone book!"
Who Can Better Keep A Secret?


After the graduation party,
several of the parents were
arguing whether men or women
were more trustworthy.
"There is not a single woman
in this whole wide world who
can keep a secret." said one
man.
"I don't know about that,"
huffily answered a lady sitting


across from him "I have kept
my age a secret since I was
twenty-one."
"You '11 let it out some day,"
insisted the man.
"I hardly think so!"
responded the lady. "When a
woman has kept a secret for
twenty-seven years, she can
keep it forever."


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The Rotary Club has a "family" approach to service. We have
the Rotary Club enlisting members 30 years and up. The Rotaract
Club has members from 18 to 30 years of age. The Interact
Club is for high school students.

Rotary Projects Past and Present:
Octavia Waight Transport Van
New San Ignacio Library-painting, tiles and furniture
Toilet Blocks:
Santa Elena Primary
Bishop Martin Primary
Santa Elena Park
Sacred Heart College Drainage and Education Project

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Summer Chess Camp
JC Park clean up

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(REVISED EDITION 2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


1970 dated December, 1970 in favor of ERNESTINA
MALDONADO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107328
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
PEDRO, Block No.7 and being Parcels No.8592

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance
No.3788 of 2006 dated 25th October, 2006 and recorded in Deeds
Book Volume 44 of 2006 at Folios 1233-1244 in favour of
LEROY JENKINS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107329
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
PEDRO, Block No.7 and being Parcels No.8704

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance
No.3787 of 2006 dated 25th October, 2006 and recorded in Deeds
Book Volume 44 of 2006 at Folios 1221-1232 in favour of
LEROY JENKINS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107330
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
PLACENTIA NORTH, Block No.36 and being Parcels
No. 1176

This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture dated 30th
January, 1969 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1969 at
Folios 305-320 in favour of ALPHA SERVICES LIMITED
as Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM OLSON
(Deceased).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107331
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No.22 17

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 1729 of
2007 dated 31" May, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
21 of 2007 at Folios 889-900 in favour of FARID AWE &
CONSUELO AWE (Jointly)

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107333
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
BURDON CANAL, Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 115

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.608
of 1999 dated 24 July, 1999 in favor of VICTOR F. AWE &
CONSUELO AWE (Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107334
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
BURDON CANAL, Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 169

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.983
of 2004 dated 21st November, 2004 in favor of FARID AWE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107335
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, LAKE
INDEPENDENCE, Block No.45 and being Parcels No.484

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 174
of 1980 dated 16" April, 1980 in favor of GWENDOLYN
GENTLE as Administratrix of the Estate of RUTH
FOSTER (Deceased).19







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American Schools Are Passing Their Students While They

Have Failed In Preparing Then For Today's Challenges


By: Wellington C. Ramos


Last week I had the
opportunity to sit in an audience
and watch about two hundred
students graduate and received
their Masters, Bachelors and
Associate degrees from the
college where I have been
teaching for years now. While I
was sitting down, my mind
started to reflect on the years I
spent with the New York City
Department of Education as a
Paraprofessional, Teacher and
Truancy Counselor for about
twenty years. Many of our
students in the public schools are
being promoted to a higher
grade without meeting the
academic requirements of the
grades and are not gaining any
meaningful knowledge.
Throughout my years in the
public schools, I have worked in
Elementary Schools, Middle
Schools and High Schools. This
has equipped me with the tools
to analyze and evaluate the
differences in all levels
of education throughout the
New York City Public School
System. My worst experience
was working in a Middle
School. The students I
encountered there; lacked
the motivation to learn,
undisciplined, disrespectful,
unmannerly, cutting classes,
leaving the school building,
disrupting classes, failing most
of their subjects, violent and
engaged in several other anti-
social behaviors. Yet, despite all
this, most of them were sent off
to high schools with the hope of
achieving their high school
diplomas.
Today there are about 50,000
students in the New York
Public School system who are
over 17yrs of age and have less
than ten high school credits and
still in the ninth grade. The
chances of these students
graduating from high school is
slim to none. The Mayor of the


City and his old School
Chancellor had no program for
them so they will all end up as
high school dropouts. Despite
this, they decided to increase the
standards these students should
meet, in order to graduate when
they have a difficulty meeting
the old standards. Common
sense should dictate, that if they
couldn't meet the old standards
they will not be able to meet the
new ones. In addition, they have
changed the focus to testing and
scores instead of curriculum
content and gaining knowledge
which means their reading,
writing, math, verbal and
analytical skills will be lacking.
Studies released recently
confirmed that these students are
not prepared to do college level
work or enter the workforce as
productive employees.
Since Mayor Bloomberg
took over the New York City
schools,
he has acted as if he is an
Educational expert. The parents


of the students in the New York
City Public Schools have little
say and are not consulted on
many things regarding their
children's education. The
School District Boards have
become insignificant and there
are a series of re-organizational
schemes that have been
implemented. There is no proof
to date, that these changes has
led to the students gaining more
knowledge and becoming better
functioning adults. Today, when
you are on the trains, buses or
the streets of New York City and
you look at how most of these
students dress, speak and behave
you would wish that you could
be in another place at that time
instead of being in their
presence. These students are our
future and if we are happy with
what we are seeing then we all
should applaud our schools for
doing a wonderful job. If we are
not happy then we should be
demanding that something be
done about this situation now.


I believe that this is the time
for the Governor of New York
State to convene a commission
to look into the problems of the
New York City Public Schools
and other schools that are
failing in this state before it is
too late. That commission
should be given the authority, to
go to all the schools in the cities
to find out why these schools are
failing and the children are
not graduating with the skills
to master reading, writing,
computational, analytical and
public relations skills. We can-
not continue to blame the
children for all the problems we
see because their behavior could
be as a result of what is taking
place in their homes, neighbor-
hoods and schools. These
children are also experiencing
different things from what
we experienced when we
were growing up. Achieving
knowledge and education, is
only a part of growing up but
for our children to make it in
this world today, they will have
to portray a positive attitude at
all times when they are in
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BELIZE

CITRUS

GROWERS

ASSOCIATION A.



Growers Second Payment Will Not Be Late
In the last two editions of the local newspapers Dr. Canton's private company, Belize Citrus Mutual and mysterious persons posing
as a member of the CGA (Citrus Growers Association), have been casting aspersions that the CGA directors on the CPBL (Citrus
Products of Belize Limited) Board are refusing to sign off on the audited financial statements for CPBL and its subsidiaries. One
release goes on to make many unfounded comments about the CGA.

The reality is that the audited financial have yet to be approved by the Board for a number of reasons. Firstly, management,
without authorization by the Board, chose to adopt a certain financial reporting standard IFRS (International Financial Reporting
Standards) or SMEs and then sought to convince the Board that the Board had given approval, despite the matter never coming
up for decision at the October 29th 2010 Board meeting.

At the end of the October 29th 2010 Board meeting a CGA director suggested that a date be set for a subsequent Board meeting
and the BHL (Banks Holdings Limited) directors were not agreeable to this. A CGA director, as per the articles of the Company,
requested a Board meeting to be held in February 2011. The purpose of that meeting was to deal with the financial business of
the company including the approval of the audited financial statements. However, that meeting was aborted when BHL
appointed directors insisted that the CGA directors must acknowledge Henry Canton as the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of CPBL.
The CGA appointed directors explained their position that since CPBL at its December 17th 2010 extraordinary general meeting
terminated Henry Canton's employment with immediate effect, while they will not object to Henry Canton being at the meeting,
they for the record could not acknowledge him as the CEO.

The CGA directors tried in every way to accommodate its BHL counterparts by agreeing to have Henry Canton attend the meeting
after being told by the Managing Director of BHL that the CFO (Chief Finance Officer) and executive secretary of the company had
indicated that they would not attend the Board meeting if Dr. Canton was not allowed to attend - imagine that! BHL directors
decided to walk out of the February meeting knowing fully well that material decisions needed to be made.

At present CPBL is in the process of having its auditors address certain matters in the financial statements to ensure accurate
disclosure and presentation of the financial statements. This is necessary because although the management decided to adopt
a certain financial reporting standard the standard is being selectively applied in certain areas. In terms of presentation
management took the decision to stop presenting the financial which shows both the parent only form and consolidated form.
With these issues properly addressed the financial will be approved in time for growers to get their second payment in time.

This entire scenario could have been avoided if management had not acted unilaterally or perhaps in collusion with directors
representing BHL and sought the approval of the Board with this matter early on. Where else does the management controls the
audit function of a company outside the purview of the Board or relies on the interest of minority shareholder?

With respect to the CGA and its operations, like the last Committee of Management, the current Committee of Management has
been working to address the damage done to the CGA by those same individuals who own the Belize Citrus Mutual during their
tenure as Chairmen of the CGA. It was these same challenges that caused the CGA to change its directors on the CPBL Board when
the Board signaled that it was budgeting to lose some $10m dollars.

Regarding the reporting to growers at the last AGM (Annual General Meeting), growers received the full financial of the CGA
and its subsidiaries. The current audit will be completed after the CPBL financial are approved and will be distributed to all
members in time for the AGM.

Dr. Henry Canton and his colleagues at the Belize Citrus Mutual should explain to all growers and the country of Belize how is it
they are preventing the pertinent authorities from sanctioning the recommendations made by the Government-appointed
National HLB Taskforce from January 2010. The HLB (Huanglongbing) disease is affecting the industry while you continue to
scheme to destroy the CGA in an effort to get control of the 51% majority shareholding in CPBL. Explain to growers how your
members are taking CGA to court because they want to attend and vote at CGA meetings but do not want to pay the membership
fees.

In closing the CGA reiterates that its directors on the CPBL Board must properly carry out their fiduciary responsibility to ensure
that the audited financial statements of the company and its subsidiaries accurately reflect the true financial position of the
company. The second payment of growers should not be affected.

June 23, 2011

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Forly Nine Public

the public, in alphabetical order
of surnames include: Laila
Marisol Acosta, Anthony
Andrews, Wayne Armstrong
Sr., Elsa Beaton, Gilbert
Bennett, Judith Brooks,
Ranulfa Cantun, Dionicio
Cardinez, Noemi Carillo,
Alfonso Castillo, Elington
Cayetano, Cirilo Cho, Anioda
Coleman, Leonardo Cuevas,
John David Diego, Egidio
Duran, Diana Enriquez-
Staine, Edgar Gustavo
Escalante, Fred Ford, Helen
Ruth Flowers, Lavern Flow-
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Gentle, Abraham Gonzalez,
Leslie Hamilton, Carol
Harrison, Maria Hernandez,
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE
(REVISED EDITION 2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13

APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107336
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No.45 and being Parcels No. 1043
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.552 of
1991 dated 18th November, 1991 in favor of BERISFORD BOWEN.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107337
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, COROZAL
CENTRAL, Block No. 1 and being Parcels No.742
This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No.82 of 1979 dated
18th January, 1979 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume I of 1979 at
Folios 1017-1021 in favour of RICARDO CLEMENTINO GOMEZ.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107340
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No.2381
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.1059 of
1998 dated 4th November, 1998 in favor of ROSARIA ENCALADA.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107341
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No.31 and being Parcels No. 1118
This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No.3262 of 1998 dated
27th September, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 43 of 1998 at
Folios 399-404 in favour of JUDITH FLORES ARZU.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107356
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No.45 and being Parcels No.938

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1526 of 2005 dated
2P' June, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 20 of 2005 at Folios
987-994 in favour of LUCIA MUNOZ.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107357
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No.23 and being Parcels No. 1045
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.2 1 of 2004
dated 15th March, 2004 in favor ofLICETARGENTINA MONTERO.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107358
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No.4 and being Parcels No.2547
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1836 of
2006 dated 26th June, 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of
2006 at Folios 187-194 in favour of LUCY URBINA.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201 107359
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No.4 and being Parcels No.2825
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.548 of
1992 dated 2" November, 1992 in favor of MARGARITA MAGANA.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107360
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST. MARTIN
DE PORRES WEST, Block No.45 and being Parcels No.279
This parcel of land is the subject of an Indenture No.683 of 1970 dated
6th October, 1970 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 6 of 1970 at
Folios 31-36 in favour of REYMUNDO JULIAN BURGOS.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201107361
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VISTA DEL
MAR, Block No. 16 and being Parcels No.204
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No.2236 of 2007 dated
5th July, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 20 of 2007 at
Folios 681-690 in favour of MICHAEL ARNOLD & JARETH D.
ARNOLD.


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The Third Murder In The Twin Towns


blade and jammed in into the left
side of the abdomen of the
deceased after which the deceased
was reported pushed out of
the establishment resulting in the
squabble spilling onto the side of
the busy street and in the process
drawing a crowd. This was when a
911 call of a fight in progress was
related to the nearby police station.
The massage was transmitted
by radio to the police vehicle on
mobile patrol and within minutes
the police driver and another
policeman arrived on the scene.
While in the process of accessing
the situation, the victim reportedly
got on his bicycle and was in
the process of leaving the
scene when he was promptly
detained, handcuffed and placed in
the back of the police truck after
which, based on information from
an eye witness, a purse which was
in the possession of the accused
was searched from which a blood
stained knife, suspected to be the
murder weapon, was retrieved. She
was likewise placed into the police
vehicle and it sped off from the
scene directly to the nearby police
station where the accused was
detained. The police then got a pair
of medical forms before leaving for
the hospital. Upon arrival the


victim was rushed into the
emergency room while the police-
man remained at the counter
filling out the medical form. Within
minutes the medical officer on duty
emerged from the emergency room
and informed the policeman that
there was no need for the medical
form as the victim was officially
pronounced dead at exactly
5:05 pm being approximately 15
minutes after receiving the small
but fatal stab wound at around 4:50
pm.
The accused, May Bush, was
subsequently arrested and formally
charged for the murder of David
Guerra.
She appeared in San Ignacio's
Magistrate Court on Monday, June


21 where the single indictable
murder charge was read to her by
Magistrate Dale Cayetano. She
was subsequently remanded to the
central prison in Hattieville and is
scheduled to return to court on
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 being
the day before her 49th birthday on
August 24.
The male companion was
initially detained but later
released without charge.
The legally required post mortem
examination conducted on
Monday, June 20, by forensic
specialist, Dr. Mario Estradabran
certified the cause of death as
"cardiac tamponade syndrome
due to stab wound to the heart."
Funeral services for David "Pit"


Guerra was held at St. Ignatius
Church in Santa Elena, Cayo on
Tuesday, June 21. The body was
received at 2:30 p.m. and the mass
of the resurrection was celebrated
by Father Danilo Gonzalez. The
body was laid to rest inside the
Carmen Memorial Cemetery also
in Santa Elena Town, Cayo.
David Guerra is predeceased by
his mother Rosa Torres Guerra.
He is survived by his father, Juan
Guerra; Six brothers: Juan Elias,
Ismael, Cecilio, Elvis, Rodel and
Nadir Guerra. He is also
survived by four sisters: Marleni,
Arelie, Arlenie and Melanie
Guerra as well as by several
nieces, nephews, cousins, other
relatives and many friends.
The other two recorded murders
in the community this year are the
March 19 stabbing murder of
Julian Lara, 69 and the May 22
stabbing murder of Albert
Alexander Valdez, 15.

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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 & Parcel Nos. Certificate Nos.
RACHAEL SHAWN MAJOR Placentia North 36/504 Lrs-200905313dtd. 19/6/2009

PAULINO LUCIO GUERRERO Sarteneja 3/15/1 6363/2005 dt. 1/8/2005

ISMAEL MORENO &DELICIA
ISMAMORENO DE(JOINTLY) ICIASan Andres/Ranchito 1/964 5717/2003 dtd. 5/8/2003
MORENO (JOINTLY)
Estate of FELIX SWASO JR. Libertad Village 1/453 6903/1999 dtd. 12/1 1/1 999

HIPOLITO CASTILLO Caribbean Shores/Belize 2956/1 994 dtd. 12/8/1994
16/1155/1
CARLOTA ROMERO Punta Gorda 42/1821/1 10077/2005 dtd.28/10/2005
WILLIAM F. BOWMAN Mount Pleasant 20/701/1 998/2003 dtd.3/2/2003
MERIDIAN LIMITED Society Hall 24/4078 Lrs-20 1006177 dtd. 16/6/2010
SUZETTE MICHELLE GIBSON &
PERRY FRANCIS GIBSON (JOINTLY) Progresso 1/432/1 9714/2006 dtd. 16/8/2006


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.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS





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