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Sunday, June 30, 2013 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Page 1 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 OAS Makes Donation To Belize And Guatemala Armed Forces Town Council Worker Found Floating In The Macal River SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo, Thursday June 27, 2013: San Ignacio police reports the 6:00pm, W ednesday June 26, discovery of a decomposing body floating in theMacal River in a popular swimmingarea known as Sandy Bay behind theSan Ignacio Resort Hotel. Acting upon information received a team of policemen visited thearea where they came upon thedecomposing body floating facedownwards trapped in a bamboopatch. The body was pulled ontothe bank of the river where the initialinspection revealed it to be that of amale Hispanic person clad in a maroon shirt, long dark blue pants anda pair of brown work boots. The body was later identified by amale relative as being that of hisbrother Cyril Margarito Cal 28, Belizean laborer employed by thetown council. It was kept underpolice guard for 20 hours untilaround 2:00 pm today when an onthe spot post mortem examinationwas conducted by forensic specialistDr Blanco who is yet to disclose the findings of the examination. The investigation revealed that thedeceased was last seen more than 50hours earlier near the spot wherehis floating body was found. It is reported that at around 2:00 pm onMonday June 24, 2013, the deceased was seen digging forworms to use as fish bait as heis known to frequently visit the Sandy Bay to socialize and fish onthose days when he would getoff early from work at the towncouncil. The initial investigation andinspection of the body revealed nosign of injuries and as such no foulplay is suspected at this early stage ofthe investigation. Relatives say thathis face was swollen and that bloodwas oozing from the eyes, nose andmouth. This however is said to beconsistent with drowning. Notwith-standing, the investigation continuesas the police is asking anyone withinformation, to visit the crimesinvestigation branch at the policestation in San Ignacio. A quick funeral service was held today Thursday June 27. The body of Cyril Cal was laid to rest inside theCarmen Memorial Cemetery in SantaElena, Cayo. May his soul rest inpeace. Cyril Margarito Cal, 28, Details on Page 2 (L-R) B.D.F Commander Guatmalan Armed For ces Commander No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 *STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR8*8TAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR* *STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR* STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STARSTAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR No. 357 Sunday, April 28, 2013 Price $1.00 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 No. 366 Sunday, June 30, 2013 Price $1.00 STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR* *STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR8*8TAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR* STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR 50% of f r oom rate for Summer 2013. Dir ect bookings only Air Conditioning Restaurant & Bar In Room Jacuzzi Luxurious Accomodations Infinity PoolFree Wifi T el: 01 1-501-844-4047 E-mail: email@example.com
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Come V isit Us This W eekend Tel: 824-3099Cell: 652-0123 BENQUE VIEJO TOWN, OASOf fice, Adjacency Zone, W ednesday June 26, 2013: Representatives from Belize andGuatemala today convened at theoffice of the Organization ofAmerican States (OAS) in the adjacency zone, Benque V iejo T own to accept gifts from Canada and theEuropean Union (EU) presented by the Or ganization of American S tates (OAS) to the Armed Forces of both countries. The OAS through the Peace Fundof the Canadian government and theEU, made a donation valued at overtwo hundred thousand US dollars.The donated items include GPS units,satellite radios, solar panels withaccessories and matching laptopcomputers. The items are to be distributedequally between the armed forces ofboth countries intended to strengthenthe relationship between the armedforces of Belize and Guatemala. The official handing over ceremonytook place at the OAS offices in the OAS Makes Donation To Belize And Guatemala Armed Forces adjacency zone which lies on theborder between Benque V iejo T own, Cayo, Belize and Melchor deMencos, Peten, Guatemala. W e are very pleased to be making this donation today It is the first time that the OAS officein the Adjacency Zone, through the Peace Fund, is able to providesuch sophisticated devices to thesecurity forces of Belize andGuatemala, said Magdalena T alamas Chief of the Pace Fund. Magdalena T alemas reiterated that today s presentation is all a part of the confidence building measuresbetween Belize and Guatemala. Col. (R) of the Belize DefenceForce, George Lovell currently serving as the Chief Executive Officerin the Ministry of National Securitytold the gathering that Belize ishonored to have received thegenerous donation. He praised thefirm cooperation in military andsecurity matters currently existingbetween the armed forces of Belize and Guatemala which is strengthenedby the presence of the OAS. ColLovell also commended the OAS Dir ector and the staff for the good magnificent work they do in com-plying with the aims and objectiveof the confidence measures datedback to 2003 and which is still inplace today A MS CA YO RENT ALS T en T ypes Of Irritating Advice For Par ents By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent, parent: Family friends and more or less total strangers feel a compulsive urgeto give advice. The royal couple willhave extra advice from every atten-tion-seeking pundit who can squeezeon to a television studio sofa. Here are some of the worst formsof advice. Be warned.1. Bossy books from bossy self-appointed experts. Have new parents been robbed oftheir decision-making powers? Why else would there be so manyirritating books telling them how tobehave. 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Sunday, June 30, 2013 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email: email@example.com Page 5 CDB s Ba sic N e e ds T rus t F und in v e s ts $1 9.1 Million f or po v erty alleviation in Beliz e F rom north to south and east to west of Belize, the Social Investment Fund (S.I.F .) and the Caribbean Development Bank s (C.D.B) Basic Needs T rust Fund (B.N.T .F) continue to implement projects aimed at addressing the basic needs of poor Belizeans. The Government of Belize also providescounterpart funding for projects implemented under the BNTF The BNTF Program is a regional grant program financed by the C.D.B forpoverty reduction infrastructure and livelihood enhancement services. Theprogram has disbursed over $189 million U.S. dollars throughout the region.T en counties, including Belize, benefit from the current, sixth cycle of finding known as BNTF6. In Belize, the BNTF6 is expected to be completedby the end of this year with 22 projects valued at $6.6 million dollars. Theprogram continues to contribute to the national development of Belize throughthe provision of social infrastructure, including resource centres, schools, healthclinics and access to water sanitation, drainage and roads. Since January of this year SIF completed 9 major projects valued at $4.6 million dollars under the BNTF while many other projects financed under theSIF 2 loan are nearng completion.In the area of water and sanitation, water systems have been upgradedin Bella V ista in the T oledo District and Y oung Bank V illage in the Cayo District. Under this sector a new water tank and pump house is under construction in Santa Familia V illage in the western part of Belize. Meanwhile water expansion isunderway in St Mathews and FranksEddy and Corozalito in the CayoDistrict The water system forCorozalito, a small community in theoutskirts of Succotz V illage also in the Cayo District, should becomeoperational in the coming weeks. Thewater supply is also being expandedin Chan Pine Ridge village in theOrange W alk District The plan is to connect the village to BWSL s main distribution network in Orange W alk T own. New Santa Familia Village 20,000 gallon tank under construction In the area of Education, a new building was completed at St EdmundCampion RC School in T eakettle village the Cayo Distnct. Further south, the school wasrehabilitatedand expandedin Silk Grass inthe StannCreek District.In addition anew building iscurrently underconstruction atthe All Saints PrimarySchool inBelize City and a new eight classroom building is nearing completion at the Orange W alk T echnical High School in the northern part ofthe country In the area of Economic Infrastructure, the third phase of a $3.0 million drainageproject in T rial Farm V illage was completed. This project has brought an enormous peace of mind to the residents of T rial Farm since prior to the project they had to constantly evacuate their homes as a result of floodingduring the rainy season. A similar project drainage project is also underway in the Buttonwood Bay area of Belize City Buttonwood Bay is a relatively new area located near the second roundabout in Belize City The project area has a high demand for proper drainage since it is below sea level and is subject toflooding during the rainy or hurricane season.In the area of Social Services, new multipurpose centres were completed in Renovated Silk Grass Methodist School, S tann Cr eek Distr ct Fr om top to bottom: Drainage pr oject under construction in Buttonwood Bay Residents of Golden Haven enjoying the comfort of their new home. BNTF scholarship r ecipients enr olled at Y .E.S San Jose and Guinea Grass villages in the Orange W alk District while the residents of the Golden Haven Home of the Elderly in Hattieville V illage now enjoy the comfort of their new home. A new mental health day care centre was also completed in Belize City In the area of skills training, 10 students of low income families arecompleting their education at the Y outh Enhancement Services in Ladyville while other students are pursuing a vocational career in various vocationalinstitutions throughout Belize.As the BNTF 6 project steams full speed ahead towards completion, theBNTF7 has already been launched. Under this program $12.5 milliondollars will be available for projects in the areas of Education, W ater and Sanitation and Road Access and drainage. This figure represents an increase of 74% in CDB funding under BNTF for Belize. This means more fundsfor the poor areas ofthe country with the poorest areas receiving the most attention. Implementation of projects under BNTF7 will start by the end ofthis year All these projects represent the Government s and the Social Investment Fund s strong commitment to alleviate poverty in Belize with the assistance of our development partners such as the Caribbean DevelopmentBank.
Page 6 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday, June 30, 2013 Thank Y ou Lighthouse Ministr y What do you get when you mix adetermined deacon with a team thatknows that it is in giving that wereceive? A mountain of school supplies, an LCD Projector soccer balls and jerseys, painting ofbathroom outside walls repair ofcomputers, monetary donations anda beehive of fervent activities result-ing in happy teachers and students atSanta Elena Primary School. Since 201 1 Deacon Hendrickson and members of St. Dennis Parishhave been contributing to our schooldevelopment immensely W e are grateful for Father Palma s suggestion that Santa Elena Primary Schoolbe chosen for this project due to oureconomic conditions. During the pasttwo years Deacon Hendrickson his wife Pat and daughter Lisa Harms have worked tirelessly along withother members of LighthouseMinistry to raise funds to make thistrip a reality Ken Hof fman member of St. Dennis has tirelesslydonated thousands of hours to helpraise money to fund the trip. The Since 201 1 Deacon Hendrickson and members of S t. Dennis Parish have been contributing to our school development immensely communication quickly advancedbetween Ms. Kim Maxson a teacher from St. Dennis and SantaElena Primary School. On June17, 2013 Deacon along with 45parishioners ranging from ages 14 to75 years journeyed to SEPS andmade it their home for the next fourdays. W e were also very honoured that world renowned artist andChristian speaker Jason Palmisano enthralled us with his Live Chalk Art and impactful Christian Stories. Otheractivities also included music,storytelling, arts and craft,teambuilding activities and sportsday The team expressed their appreciation as well for the warmwelcome they received from theentire SEPS community A major part of the contributions to SEPS came from a project developedand coordinated by Lisa Harms,Director of Religious Education .Other contributors included thewomen of St. Dennis, Knights ofColumbus, and other individuals fromSt. Dennis Any donation given to a school is a blessing. Supporting schools is one ofthe most direct ways to improve thelives of many children and reduce theef fects of poverty On behalf of all of us at Santa ElenaPrimary School, thank you very muchfor your most generous and recent giftsto our school. W e are extremely grateful for your genuine kindness andoverwhelming generosity STAR Newspaper Send us y our Ads, Humors, & Letter to the Editor First person to Take a picture of the Midas Banner on TV at the Belize Vs USA in Portland on July 9th 2013 and tag us on Facebook gets a Fantastic Prize, A prize will also be given to the picture of the Banner on the biggest TV
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Cheques not pickedup by the AGM date may be collected at our AGM, ther eafter the r emaining cheques will be mailed.All shar eholders, especially those who did not r eceive their AGM cir cular last year are asked to inform us of any change of address. Kindly fill in the form below withyour updated address and return the completed form to the address below or send viafax to 222-4263 or email to email@example.com.For Shareholder information, contact: Belize W ater Services Limited P .O. Box 150, Central American Boulevard, Belize City Belize T el: 222-4757 ext: 101 or 122 Fax: 222-4263 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org BWS SHAREHOLDER INFORMA TION FORM TITLE: _____________ (Mr ., Mrs., Ms., Dr .) NAME(S): _______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________NEW ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________TEL.NO: ________________ EMAIL:_____________________________________SHARE CER TIFICA TE NO: _______________ NUMBER OF SHARES:___ _______ Please complete section below if you would like your dividend to be depositedinto a local bank account.BANK/BRANCH ______________________ ACCOUNT ____________________ SIGNA TURE: ________________________________ ARIES: March 22 to April 20 Y our intuitive side is aligning with your rational side. Listen to your emotions.T ake a sensitive approach to all situations. Y our head may be up in the clouds. T ake elements of this lofty perspective and incorporate them intoyour conscious mind. Cherish yourloved ones. Lucky numbers: 51, 72, 95. TAURUS: April 21 to May 21 Slow down the pace. This is aweek to sit back and observe andcontemplate. Y our mind may go in a hundred different directions, and youmay be unsure which route to take.Be receptive to the loving, sensitiveforces around you. T ry not to disturb the flow by bringing up unrelatedissues and hurtful gossip. Lucky numbers: 04, 29, 40. GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 Y our nurturing instincts are strong. This is an excellent week to revealyour opinions on love. Y ou have probably been sitting in thebackground, quietly observing andcollecting data for quite some time.Now is the time to come out of theshadows and let your conclusions be Your Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers SHOPPERS CHOICE Corner Hudson St. San Ignacio Town, Belize C.A. Tel: 8244971 Cell: 610-3503. E-mail: email@example.com HOT Summer Sale on: Digicell & Smart phones. Kitchen Appliances. Cosmetics. Furniture (wardrobes, kitchen cabine ts, bed & matr ess, c hes t of dr aw er s, ent er t ainment cent er L CD T VS. W indo w & Split A C units. w ashing mac hine. Refrigerators. Stoves. Bicycles. Motor Cycle. ETC... Receive A Free Gift Whene v er y ou spend $500 Or More With Us!!! Ge t Pr epar ed F or This Hur r icane Season W it h Gr eat Deals Onl y A t Shopper s Choice.. F ollo w us on F acebook heard. Don't let others push youaround. T ake a stand for what is right. Lucky numbers: 35, 61, 86. CANCER: June 22 to July 23 Things aren't necessarily going to gowell this week There is the potentialfor conflict. Strap on your compassand you will be fine. Realize that youwill make it through this week muchbetter if you approach every situationfrom the other person's perspective.Be sensitive and receptive. Lucky numbers: 23, 46, 80. LEO: July 24 to August 21 Paying Attention to detail is impor tant, but make sure it doesn't becomeyour only focus. Situations are likelyto crop up in which you haveanalyzed and c onsidered every singledetail but failed to see the big picture.This is a wonderful day to remedysuch situations. T ake care of anything that needs a broader perspective.Lucky numbers: 1 1, 32, 56. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 Be more sensitive to other people'sspace. Respect their feelings and give them room to breathe. Do thingsinvolving art or music. Sing, play aninstrument, or give your musiccollection a boost. There are oppor-tunities open now that involve otherpeople who share the same interestsas you. Lucky numbers: 42, 69, 90. LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 Think about old times and peoplewith whom you have had strongconnections. Be sentimental andmushy Mend bridges and bring resolution to sticky issues. Beharmonious with the people andsituations around you. W orld peace begins with you. Incorporate moreof this ideal into your life. Lucky numbers: 37, 55, 83. SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 Y ou may have to make some serious adjustments to your approachthis week in order to chime inwith the energy of the group. Themasculine and feminine sides of yournature are working harmoniously Y ou might find that they are both asking for a quiet night in. Lucky numbers: 02, 49, 92. SAGITTARIUS: November 22 to December 21 Y ou should feel a renewed sense of confidence this week that will helpanchor your emotions and givestrength to your thoughts and ideas.Don't take a pessimistic attitudetoward everything around you. Lookat the good instead of the bad. Bymaintaining a negative viewpoint about things.Y ou have every right to be happy Lucky numbers: 08, 19, 74. CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 Many people spend their whole lives trying to discover their self. A great deal of social conditioning byparents plays a role in shaping ourminds. Realize that many of theseinfluences don't necessarily ring truewith your inner self. T ake this week to uncover some of those earlyinfluences and discard the ones thatdon't belong to you. Lucky numbers: 38, 70, 88. AQUARIUS: January 21 to February 19 This week is an extremely creative week for you. Y ou should allot time and space to pursuing an artistic goal.Y ou are like a magician who has the power to bring fantasies to life. Spreadthe magic to others and don'tsecond-guess your incredible healingability Y ou have a strong presence that radiates powerfully Be charitable and generous to others. Lucky numbers: 21, 53, 76. PISCES: February 20 to March 21 There is nothing worse than last-minute details, Pisces. Concentrate onan important upcoming event. Makesure you have everything in line nowso you don't get caught dealing withthat one thing that ends up putting amonkey wrench in your plans later Anticipate the problems that you'relikely to encounter and take actionsnow that will nip these situations in thebud. Lucky numbers: 22, 89, 99.
Sunday, June 30, 2013 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Page 9 PUBLIC NOTICE Public Utilities Commission (PUC) The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) hereby servesnotice that in accordance with the W ater Industry Act, No. 1 of 2001, Sections 15 and 19, the Commission intends tomodify the license granted by the PUC to the Belize W ater Services Limited (BWS) on March 22, 2001. Modifications to the License:The PUC intends to modify Part IV (Authorized Services Areas) of the BWS License as follows: a) In the Corozal District ServiceAreas by adding Chan Chen, Paraiso and San Joaquin V illages; b) In the Beize District Service Ar eas by adding Caye Caulker and communities along Geor ge Price Highway from Belize City to Mile 21, including W estem Pines, W est Lake, Mile 8, and Hattieville;c) In the Cayo District Service Ar eas by replacing Belmopan City and suburbs of Salvapan, San Martin andLas Flores with Belmopan City and all its suburbs;d) In the S tann Cr eek District Service Ar eas by adding The entire Placencia Peninsula from Riversdale to PlacenciaV illage and inclusive of Seine Bight and Maya Beach e) In the T oledo District Service Areas, by adding Elridge and Forest Home V illages. Reasons for the Modifications:For Additions/Replacements : The Government of Belize, with BWS as Executing Agency has entered into various loan agreements to fund expansion of water services to theseareas and the Govemment of Belize has entered intoagreements with Belize W ater Services to provide potable water and in the case of Placencia Peninsula SewerageServices to certain other areas which have experienced watersupply and/or sewage problems over the past few years.Furthermore, BWS has also continued expansion of serviceswithin its licenced services areas to reach to areas ofcontinuing development.Comments : Members of the public may make written representations or objections with respect to the proposed modi-fications to the PUC no later than 25 July 2013.Please make submissions at the PUC Office at 41 GabourelLane, Belize City via email to email@example.com or by fax to 223-6825. License A vailability: The full text of the License granted to BELIZE WA TER SER VICES LIMITED is available for viewing at the of fice of the Public Utilities Commission, 41 Gabourel Lane, BelizeCity Issued by thePUC on June 27, 2013 Sacred Heart College P .O. Box 163, San Ignacio, Cayo, Phone : (501) 824 2102, 824 2758, Fax : 824 3759 Office of the President V ACANCY DEAN, SACRED HEART JUNIOR COLLEGE The Board of Governors of Sacred Heart College invites applications fromsuitably qualified persons for the full-time post of Dean of the Junior College The position is ef fective immediately The Dean of the Junior College is the academic and administrative leader immediately responsible for the efficient and effective operation of theJunior College. As such, the Dean is responsible for the development and implementation of such matters relating to curriculum, budget, academic andsupport staff, and general planning of the Junior College. The Dean works incollaboration and in consultation with the President on Junior College-relatedmatters, and reports to the President.Education and Experience : Applicants should have a minimum of a Master s Degree in Education or a related field, and a minimum of 8 years teachingexperience within the tertiary system, as well as some administrativeexperience within the system.Remuneration : Based on qualifications and experience, and in accordance with salary scales approved by the Ministry of Education.Interested persons should send application letters along with an updatedresume, and the names and contact information (email addresses and phonenumbers) of 3 referees.Completed application packages can be dropped off at the College, or emailedto firstname.lastname@example.org Applications can also be mailed to The Secretary Board of Governors Sacred Heart College Joseph Andr ews Drive P .O. Box 163, San Ignacio, Cayo CLOSING DA TE FOR APPLICA TIONS: J uly 5, 2013
Page 10 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, June 30, 2013 US Senate passes far-r US Senate passes far-r US Senate passes far-r US Senate passes far-r US Senate passes far-r eac eac eac eac eac hin hin hin hin hin g immi g immi g immi g immi g immi g g g g g ration r ration r ration r ration r ration r ef ef ef ef ef or or or or or m bill m bill m bill m bill m bill Befor e r eading the final tally V ice-Pr esident Biden warned the chamber not to cheer or boo the resul t The US Senate has passed a broadimmigration reform bill that includes apath to citizenship for an estimated 1 1 million undocumented immigrants. The 68-32 vote comes after monthsof debate and a recent deal to boostborder security spending significantly But the legislation faces a toughroad in the more conservative House. House Speaker John Boehner has said he will not advance legislationthat lacks support of most of hisfellow Republicans, who remainresistant. After the bill's passage on Thursday President Barack Obama said the vote brought the US "a critical step closer to fixing our brokenimmigration system once and forall". "T oday the Senate did it s job," Mr Obama said in a statement. "It's now up to the House to do thesame." Mr Obama has made immigrationa top priority for his second term,asking Congress to deliver a bill forhim to sign by autumn. As the vote was held on Thursday afternoon, Senate Majority LeaderHarry Reid, a Democrat, made therare request of asking all 99 of hiscolleagues to be present and to votefrom their desks. "This is not a vote where people should be straggling in," Mr Reid said. After the vote, members of the bipartisan group that negotiated theoriginal bill, known as the Gang ofEight, thanked the broad coalitionthat had backed immigration reformefforts. One member of the group,Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said the voices of young undocu-mented immigrants "had made a difference". Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said the bill's border security measures had "exceeded every expectation I had" and said the bill had "practically militarised the border". Forward movement on thebill comes shortly after two Republi-can senators this week brokereda compromise to increaseborder security spending by $38bn(£24bn). That amendment to thebill added an additional 20,000border security agents, new fencing,electronic surveillance, and unmanneddrones passed on W ednesday Earlier the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimated thelegislation, without the increasedborder funds, would reduce the USbudget deficit by $175bn (£1 14bn) over 10 years and boost economicgrowth. And analysts say many Republicans acknowledge that support forimmigration reform will be critical fortheir future election prospects asHispanics become an increasinglyimportant voter bloc. On Thursday Mr Boehner the Republican House speaker said the House would not take up the Senatebill directly "W e're going to do our own bill... that reflects thewill of our majority and thewill of the American people, he said. Mr Boehner's comments cast doubton the chances legislation will quicklyreach Mr Obama's desk, and couldportend failure for immigration reformentirely analysts say Separate bills designed by HouseRepublicans include stricter borderand interior security measures,employment checks and mostsignificantly no path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. Some Republicans believe a pathto citizenship rewards those whobroke the law by immigrating to thecountry illegally Senator Chuck Grassley who voted against the Senate bill, said hewas counting on the House to passlegislation that is "much more tough". Sc otiabank E duc a tion Fund-Sp anish Look out Br anch Scotiabank Education Fund was established in2006 and since then we have been committedto continue this grants. As a part of Scotiabank s commitment to youths, education and thecommunity where we live and work.On June 20 th 2013, we presented grants to Ruth Quintanilla, Andr ew Moh and Susie Lopez ; each students received a $300.00 BZD grant.W e have touch the lives of many families and made their lives just a little bit brighter The funds assisted the school kids with thepurchasing of books and tuition.Since 2006, Scotiabank has provided over 270grants countrywide. The grants are the bank s annual contribution to the community The grants assist the brilliant and provide the needychildren the opportunity to remain in school.The Bright Future program in Belize focuses ongiving hope to our youths and put a smile ontheir faces W e aim to inspire children with the will and zeal to hope for a Brighter futurethrough our active commitment to making a positive difference to their lives.
Sunday, June 30, 2013 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Page 11 Prayer Vigil For Nelson Mandela After Condition Improves Kar en Allen said people had been singing and lighting candles outside the hospital in Pretoria South Africans are holding an all-night prayer vigil for former presidentNelson Mandela outside his former home in Soweto. The crowd have been singing andsaying prayers for Mr Mandela'shealth, on what is now his 20th nightin hospital. South Africa's first black president an icon of the anti-apartheid struggleis suffering from a lung infection. President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday that the 94-year-old'scondition had improved, but stillremained critical. "He is much better today than he was when I saw him lastnight," Mr Zuma said after speaking to Mr Mandela's medical team. Mr Zuma cancelled a visit toMozambique to visit Mr Mandela inhospital. Meanwhile Mr Mandela's daugh-ter Makaziwe said he was "still there" and responding to touch. But she accused some journalists ofbeing like vultures, waiting for herfather to die. Emotional crowds gathered outsidethe hospital, adding messages ofsupport for Mr Mandela, known byhis clan name Madiba. Children released 94 balloons onefor every year of the ex-president'slife into the air in his honour Correspondents say South Africans now seem resigned to the prospectof his death. W e don't like seeing Mandela going through so much pain, hehas had a tough time in his lifeand he's gone through a lot ofstruggle. I think this struggleshould get over sooner ," Khulile Mlondleni told Reuters news agency "W e are all going to feel bad when he passes [away], but at thesame time we will be celebratinghis life. He has done so many greatthings for this country ," said 25-year-old John Ndlovu, quoted bythe agency As crowds prayed in Soweto on Thursday evening, South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) said it would hold vigils eachday that the former leader remainedin hospital. US President Barack Obama who is in Senegal, described MrMandela as "a hero for the world". "His legacy will linger on through the ages," he said. After visiting her grandfather in hospital on W ednesday Ndileka Mandela said it was an anxious time for the family "He's stable and we'd like to say that we thank everybody forgiving their support and prayingwith us... we are anxious as you know that he is critical but he'sin a st able condition right now ," she said. "It's been hard, especially because of all of this that wehave to do everything in thepublic eye." Later Mr Mandela's daughterMakaziwe said that while thesituation was serious he was stillresponsive. "He doesn't look good, I'm not going to lie," she said, after seeing him on W ednesday night. "But as I say if we speak to him, he responds and tries to open hiseyes. He's still there. He might bewaning off, but he's still there,"she told public broadcaster SABC. She was also highly critical of thebehaviour of the international media. "There is sort of a racist element with many of the foreignnational media where they crossboundaries it's like trulyvultures waiting [for] when thelion has devoured the buffalo we don't mind the interest butI just think that it has goneoverboard," Ms Mandela said.
Page 12 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, June 30, 2013 APPLICA TION No. FCT -20130001 1 Form 1 1 (Rule 15) GENERAL REGISTR Y ACT AND GENERAL REGISTR Y RULES Advertisement in Gazette of application for First Certificate of T itle to land, etc. NOTICE is hereby given that W e: DA VID D. KILLEN of 63 V estal S t. Boathouse, Nantucket, Ma. 02554, United S tates of America and ADAM GELLING of 3218 17th S tr eet, San Francisco, CA 941 10 United S tates of America has applied for the issue of aFirst Certificate of T itle to the land, estate, interest, power or right described in the Schedule to this Notice.ANY PERSON who claims to be entitled as owner or otherwise to the saidland, estate, interest, power or right, or who may be unlawfully prejudiced bythe description of the said land, estate, interest, power or right may file in theRegistry and deliver a copy thereof to the applicant within fourteen days from the date hereof, a written notice of objection to the issue of a FirstCertificate of T itle to the said land, estate, interest, power or right in accordance with the provision of the General Registry Rules, 1954 andthereafter proceed to have the said objection heard and determined inmanner prescribed by the said Rules Dated this 25th Day of June, 2013 This land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1588 of 201 1 and recorded in Deed Book V olume 21 of 201 1 at Folios 255 266 SCHEDULE ALL THA T FREEHOLD PIECE OR P ARCEL OF LAND situate along the east side of Indian Creek, S t. Mar garet s Agricultural Area, Cayo District, Belize comprising of 100.37 acres of land and being more particu-larly delineated and described as shown on Plan of Survey by L. S. T ingling being Entry No. 12392 Register No. 15 and shown on Plan No. 383 of 2012,attached to Ministers Fiat Grant No. 383 of 2012 dated the gth day of May2012,lodge at the Office of the Commissioners of Lands and Surveys, City ofBelmopan. Cayo District, Belize. TOGETHER with all buildings anderections standing and being thereon Di Rait T Di Rait T Di Rait T Di Rait T Di Rait T ing A ing A ing A ing A ing A w w w w w ar ar ar ar ar d Cer d Cer d Cer d Cer d Cer emony emony emony emony emony APPLICA TION No. FCT -201300012 Form 1 1 (Rule 15) GENERAL REGISTR Y ACT ANI) GENERAL REGISTR Y RULES Advertisement in Gazette of application for First Certificate of T itle to land, etc. NOTICE is hereby given that I: CHU-HONG LIN, of No. 52 Princess Margar et Drive, Belize City Belize District, BELIZE has applied for the issue of a First Certificate of T itle to the land, estate, interest, power or right described in the Schedule to this Notice.ANY PERSON who claims to be entitled as owner or otherwise to the saidland, estate, interest, power or right, or who may be unlawfully prejudicedby the description of the said land, estate, interest, power or right may file inthe Registry and deliver a copy thereof to the applicant within fourteen days from the date hereof, a written notice of objection to the issue of aFirst Certificate of T itle to the said land, estate, interest, power or right in accordance with the provision of the General Registry Rules, 1954and thereafter proceed to have the said objection heard and determined inmanner prescribed by the said Rules Dated this 25th Day of June, 2013 This land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1588 of 201 1 and recorded in Deed Book V olume 21 of 201 1 at Folios 255 266 SCHEDULE ALL THA T FREEHOLD PIECE OR P ARCEL OF LAND situate at Frank s Eddy Layout of Southern Portion of Block No. SB at the intersection of Beaver dam Creek and the W estern Highway Cayo District, comprising 897.219 square meters and being more particularly delineated and describedas shown on Entry No. 3012 Register No. 14, dated the 1 1th day of June 1998, by Licensed Land Surveyor M. E. Sanchez, lodge at the Office of theCommissioner of Land Surveys, City of Belmopan, Cayo District,TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. Community Policing, Belize PoliceDepartment will be hosting its 8 th Annual Du Di Rait T ing A ward Ceremony Friday 5 th July 2013 at 10:00am at the Princess Hotel &Casino where twenty six (26) monthlywinners and fourteen sponsors will berecognized. From these monthly winners, thetop ten (10) winners were selectedon 21 st June 2013, by the National Selection Board. These winners listedbelow will be receiving either a full scholarship to a tertiary institution inBelize, laptop, netbook or monetaryaward.1 st Place: DEXTER HERNANDEZ of Independence High School2 nd Place : MONICA McKOY of Independence High School3 rd Place: GILBER T ZETINA of St. Ignatius High School4 th Place: YV ON NORALEZ of Caye Caulker Ocean Academy 5 th Place: AMBER WILLIAMS of Independence High School6 th Place: SHAQUILLE P ALACIO of Independence High School7 th Place: ADRIAN FLORES of Agriculture & Natural ResourcesInstitute (ANRI)8 th Place: HAMMON LEMOTH of Belmopan Baptist High9 th Place: WHITLEY AGUILAR of Caye Caulker Ocean Academy 10 th Place: RUBI MA YEN of Belmopan Baptist High Sponsors that will be recognized fortheir continuous partnership andcommitment for this program are:-1. First Caribbean Bank2. Ministry of Education3. Sacred Heart College4. Crime Stoppers5. Old Belize Adventures 6. Belize T elemedia Limited 7. FUL TEC System 8. Development Finance Corporation9. Belize Natural Energy10. Social Security Board 1 1. Atlantic Bank 12. Unique Company Limited13. Creative Graphic Impressions14. Courts The Commissioner of Policewould like to thank all the school administrators, Community Policingofficers and sponsors for theircontinuous support in sustaining thisprogram throughout the years andencourages partnership for theupcoming years. Visit us For High Quality Custom Made Furniture: Beds, Chest Of Drawers, Tables, Entertainment Centers, Flat Scree TV, Stoves, Cell Phones, Clothing, Microwaves,Refrigerators, Boxers, Shoes, Bicycles, Lawn Mowers, Clothing and so much more. # 5A Burns A venue, San Ignacio Cayo. 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Sunday, June 30, 2013 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Page 13 PUBLIC NOTICE Public Utilities Commission (PUC) In exercise of the powers conferred upon it by the Public Utilities Commission Ad, Chapter 223 of the Laws of Belize, the Electricity Ad, Chapter 221 of the Laws of Belize, the Electricity (T arif fs, Fees and Char ges) Byelaws, and all other powers thereunto enabling, the Public Utilities Commission (hereinafter referred to as the Commission) hereby notifies the generalpublic that it has made and issued the 2013 Annual Review Pr oceeding Final Decision (hereinafter referred to as the Final Decision) for the Belize Electricity Limited (BEL; the Licensee).Summary of the Initial Decision:a) The Commission approved a Mean Electricity Rate (MER) of $0.4865 per kilowatt-hour representing a 0.43% reduction in the MER (previous MERis $0.4 886 per kilowatt-hour).b) The Commission approved various ustments to Cost of Power Regulated Asset V alue (RA V) and other Regulated V alues approved for the Full T arif f Period of July 1, 2009, to June 30, 2016. c) The Commission approved the following T arif fs to be applied for the Annual T arif f Period (A Th) of July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014: Belize Electricity Limited (BEL) Appr oved T arif fs for the Period of July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014 d) The Commission approved no adjustments [other than those referred to in b) and c) above] to any other previouslyapproved Regulated V alues, Mean Electricity Rates, T arif fs, Char ges and Fees in any relevant Final Decision made for the Full T arif f Period (FTP) of July 1, 2009 to June 30,2016. V iewing of Final Decision: The Final Decision may be viewed in its entirety at the offices of the Public Utilities Commission at 41 Gabourel Lane, BelizeCity or from a link available on its W ebsite at www .puc.bz, which is currently under going maintenance. Issued by the Public Utilities Commission on May 2, 2013 Note: Due to the small reduction in the MEB the only T arif fs adjusted were those for the Social customer class. Customer Class Service T ype/ Consumption Block Rate/Thrift $/Mth; $/KV A; $/KWhr SocialResidentialCommercial 1Commercial 2Industrial 1Industrial 2S tr eet Lights 0-6O KWhrs Minimum Charge 0-50 KWhrs 51-200 KWhrs > 200 KWhrs Minimum Charge 0-5O KWhrs 51-200 KWhrs > 200 KWhrs Minimum Charge Service Charge 0-10, 000 KWhrs 10,001 20,000 KWhrs > 20, 000 KWhrs Service Charge Demand (KV A) Energy Service Charge Demand (KV A) EnergyEnergy 0.264.000.390.490.526.000.390.490.526.00 125.00 0.500.490.47 125.00 39.00 0.37 125.00 24.00 0.320.55
Page 14 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, June 30, 2013 APPLICA TION No. FCT -201300008 Form 1 1 (Rule 15) GENERAL REGISTR Y ACT AND GENERAL REGISTR Y RULES Advertisement in Gazette of application for First Certificate of T itle to land, etc. NOTICE is hereby given that I: HUI HENG CHEN of No. 2260 Ecumenical Drive, Dangriga T own, S tann Cr eek, BELIZE has applied for the issue of a First Certificate of Title to the land estate, interest, power or right described in the Schedule to this Notice.ANY PERSON who claims to be entitled as owner or otherwise to the saidland, estate, interest, power or right, or who may be unlawfully prejudiced bythe description of the said land, estate, interest, power or right may file in theRegistry and deliver a copy thereof to the applicant within fourteen days from the date hereof, a written notice of objection to the issue of aFirst Certificate of T itle to the said land, estate, interest, power or right in accordance with the provision of the General Registry Rules, 1954, andthereafter proceed to have the said objection heard and determined inmanner prescribed by the said Rules Dated this 25th Day of June, 2013 This land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1588 of 201 1 and recorded in Deed Book V olume 21 of 201 1 at Folios 255 266 SCHEDULE ALL THA T FREEHOLD PIECE OR P ARCEL OF LAND situate in Hopkins V illage, S tann Creek District, being Lot No. 109A, comprising 800.00 square meters, and being more particularly delineated and described as shownon Plan No. 439 of 2009, attached to Minister s Fiat Grant No. 439 of 2009, dated 23 November 2009, and drawn from Survey Department Plan No.1 170, lodge at the Of fice of the Commissioner of Lands and Surveys, City of Belmopan, Cayo District, TOGETHER with all buildings and erectionsstanding and being thereon. APPLICA TION No. FCT -201300010 Form 1 1 (Rule 15) GENERAL REGISTR Y ACT AND GENERAL REGISTR Y RULES Advertisement in Gazette of application for First Certificate of T itle to land, etc. NOTICE is hereby given that I: GEORGE SEYMOUR WESTBY of S tann Creek District, BELIZE, has applied for the issue of a First Certificate of T itle to the land, estate, interest, power or right described in the Schedule to this Notice.ANY PERSON who claims to be entitled as owner or otherwise to the said land, estate, interest, power or right, or who may be unlawfully prejudiced bythe description of the said land, estate, interest, power or right may file in theRegistry and deliver a copy thereof to the applicant within fourteen days from the date hereof, a written notice of objection to the issue of aFirst Certificate of T itle to the said land, estate, interest, power or right in accordance with the provision of the General Registry Rules, 1954 andthereafter proceed to have the said objection heard and determined inmanner prescribed by the said Rules Dated this 25th Day of June, 2013 This land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1588 of 201 1 and recorded in Deed Book V olume 21 of 201 1 at Folios 255 266 SCHEDULE ALL THA T piece or parcel of land comprising 5.92 acres of land known as Crawl Caye, Stann Creek District, Belize bounded and described as shownby Plan No. 597 of 2005 and delineated and described on a Plan of Surveyauthenticated and registered at the Lands and Surveys Department done byLloyd T ingling, Licensed Land Surveyor and recorded in Register No. 15 at Entry No. 4310. First Lady of Belize visits Evelina Childr en s Hospital in London FOR IMMEDIA TE RELEASE W ednesday 26th June 2013 Contributed by: Kered Clement This morning, Mrs. Kim Simplis Barrow was greeted by staff at Evelina Children s Hospital, a part of Guy s & S t Thomas NHS Foundation T rust, just minutes away from the House of Parliament, wherePrime Minister Dean Barrow met withmembers of Parliament. The visit, orchestrated by ClinicalNurse of Specialist Sur gery Jacqui Mitchell was a crucial element in Mrs. Barrow efforts to raise moneyto construct a children s intensive care facility at the National ReferralHospital in Belize. Mrs. Barrow was welcomed byHead of Nursing, Polly Hodgson who delivered a brief background onthe hospital, which provides a uniquerange of services from antenataldiagnosis through to childhood, ontoadolescence and into adult life.W orking her way through the seven-story glass-fronted building with themed floors inspired by thenatural world, Mrs. Barrow receiveda guided tour around the PaediatricIntensive Care Unit. Photo by: Henry Robinson T reating 100,000 children each year Evelina Children s Hospital is one of the few hospitals in the worldbuilt with a doctors and patientsperspective in order to meet theneeds of children and their families.W ith Mrs. Barrow s long-term plans to provide support to children andfamilies, she discussed the importanceof creating a friendly and comfortableenvironment with Matron of Mountain W ards, High Dependency Unit and General Paediatric Sur gery Lorraine Arnavout before speaking with young patients and their parents.The Belize Children s T rust aims to implement standards and protocolsand provide health education andmedicine for children and families, soMrs. Barrow was shown the hospitalschool and the social hub of thehospital, which houses an on-site radio station and an open plan spacewith great views of the city ofLondon. Mrs. Barrow expressed herconcerns about neonatal mortality inBelize with Consultant for PaediatricSur gery Dorothy Kufeji who specialises in Neonatal and Paediat-ric Gastrointestinal Surgery andperformed the first LaparoscopicACE Stoma at the Evelina eight yearsago. Mrs. Barrow then visited StThomas Hospital s, Neonatal Intensive Care and Special CareBaby Unit where she was met byConsultant Neonatologist, GrenvilleFox and shown state-of-the-artmachinery such as an MRI scannerfor children. The visit concluded with an in-depth chat with key members ofEvelina Children s Hospital to discuss the potential of a sister hospital wherea strong relationship is formed withphysicians at Evelina Children s Hospital and those involved in de-veloping of an intensive care unit forchildren in Belize.
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Nuns MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, YOUTH & SPORTS NOTICE Government of Belize Santa Clara University (SCU) Scholarship A ward 2013 The Government of Belize (GOB) in joint collaboration with Santa Clara University in California USA is offering one (1) scholarship awardfor the 2013 2014 academic year This scholarship is tenable at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara California, USA. Level of A ward The Scholarship award is limited to a Bachelor s Degree Programme and is applicable for a maximum of two (2 ) consecutive academic years (or 5 semesters) of study in so far as students remains in good standing for the duration of the program. Coverage of the A ward The Scholarship will cover tuition cost for the duration of the Programme (provided by SCU), and a maximum of $10,000.00 BZD per annumby the Government of Belize through the Ministry of Education, Y outh, Sports & Culture towards living expenses, payable to SCU. All other related study expenses including airfare and matriculation costs will NOT be covered under the scholarship award.Eligibility1. Applicant must be a citizen of Belize. 2. Applicant must gain acceptance into the respective Faculty of the Santa Clara University 3. Consideration will be given to those courses of study that are among the following national priorities, which are not listed in order ofpreference.a. Agricultural Economics b. Agricultural Marketing/T rade c. Human Resource Managementd. Economicse. Financef. Labor and Employment Relationsg. Hospital Managementh. Psychiatryi. Physical Therapyj. Speech Therapyk. Geologyl. Petroleum Geo-sciencem. Petroleum/Environmental/ Chemical/Civil/Electrical/ Electronic or Mechanical EngineeringOther Conditions of the Scholarship A ward Each scholarship recipient will be required to return to Belize whenever he/she successfully completes his/her course of study and to serve theGovernment of Belize (or with the permission of the Government of Belize, serve in the private sector in his profession or calling) for a periodof three years commencing from the date of employment in Belize. Applicants will be required to sign a Bond Agreement with the Government of Belize in this respect.The scholarship is normally for the duration of the program of studies and requires that the scholarship holder maintain a B grade at theUniversity where he/she is enrolled.Application PackagesApplications packages can be downloaded and printed from www .moe.gov .bz. Packages are also available at the Ministry of Education in Belmopan and District Education offices countrywide. The application package must be prepared and hand-delivered no later than July 19, 2013 to: Director of T ertiary and Post Secondary Education Services Ministry of Education, Y outh & Sports W est Block Building, Third Floor Room 10 Belmopan City There was a guy in a bar one nightthat got really drunk, I mean really really really drunk. When the bar closed, He got up to go home. As he stumbled out the door he saw a Nunwalking on the sidewalk. He stumbled over to the Nun andpunched her right in the face. W ell, the Nun was really surprised butbefore she could do or say anythingthe Drunk punched her again.This time she fell down and he stumbledover and kicked her once more, thenhe picked her up and threw against awall. By this time the Nun was prettyweak and could barely move at all letalone call out for help. The drunk man stumbled over tothe Nun and leaned down so his facewas right next to hers and said, "Not so tough tonight, are yaBatman? Breaking Bad News George, Bob and Fred areworking on a very high scaffolding.Suddenly Geor ge falls of f. He is killed instantaneously After the ambulance leaves with Geor ge's body Bob and Fred realize they'll have to inform hiswife. Bob says he's good at this sort ofsensitive stuff, so he volunteers to dothe job. After two hours he returns, carrying a six-pack of beer "So did you tell her?" asks Fred. "Y ep", replies Bob. "Say where did you get the six-pack?" Bob informs Jeff. "She gave it to me." "WHA T??" exclaims Fred, "you just told her her husband died and she gave you a six-pack??" "Sure," Bob says. "WHY?" asks Fred. "W ell," Bob continues, "when she answer ed the door I asked her 'ar e you George's widow?' 'Widow?', she said, no, you'remistaken, I'm not a widow!' So Isaid: "I'll bet you a six-pack youARE!' ST AR Newspaper 626-8841 The Wishing Well A couple came upon a wishing well. 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Page 16 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday, June 30, 2013 APPLICA TION No. FCT -201300013 Form 1 1 (Rule 15) GENERAL REGISTR Y ACT AND GENERAL REGISTR Y RULES Advertisement in Gazette of application for First Certificate of T itle to land, etc. NOTICE is hereby given that I: MONIQUE CANDIDA CELIA HULSE, of No. 52 Princess Margar et Drive, BeIize City Belize District, BELIZE has applied for the issue of a First Certificate of T itle to the land, estate, interest, power or right described in the Schedule to this Notice.ANY PERSON who claims to be entitled as owner or otherwise to the saidland, estate, interest, power or right, or who may be unlawfully prejudiced bythe description of the said land, estate, interest, power or right may file in theRegistry and deliver a copy thereof to the applicant within fourteen days from the date hereof, a written notice of objection to the issue of aFirst Certificate of T itle to the said land, estate, interest, power or right in accordance with the provision of the General Registry Rules, 1954 andthereafter proceed to have the said objection heard and determined inmanner prescribed by the said Rules Dated this 25th Day of June, 2013 This land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1588 of 201 1 and recorded in Deed Book V olume 21 of 201 1 at Folios 255 266 SCHEDULE ALL THA T piece or parcel of land comprising 29 acres 3 rods, 36 poles situate on the W est side of the Belize-Corozal Road near Mile 13, Belize District bounded and described as shown by Plan No. 48 of 1962 attached toCrown Grant No. 48 of 1962 dated 23rd day of July 1964 TOGETHER withall buildings and erections standing and being thereon. At Hode's Place we pride ourselves in the quality of our food and the attentiveness of our staf f. At Hodes you will experience fresh local Belizean, seafood and other tantalizing dishes. W e Ar e Located In The Savannah Ar ea of San Ignacio T own in the Cayo District. W e Cater For Large & Small Gr oups as well as for private functions, parties and meetings. For more Information and for deliveries within town limits, Please call us at: 804-2522 HODES PLACE Hode Hode Hode Hode Hode s Place, where T s Place, where T s Place, where T s Place, where T s Place, where T aste, Quality and aste, Quality and aste, Quality and aste, Quality and aste, Quality and Comfort makes the difference!! Comfort makes the difference!! Comfort makes the difference!! Comfort makes the difference!! Comfort makes the difference!! 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Sunday, June 30, 2013 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Page 17 Borrower Description Development Picture DIRK JASON LAINFIEST A Parcel No. 8009,containing 708.614square meters, Block 20, BelmopanRegistration Section, Cayo District,held by Land Certificate datedSeptember 16, 2010, being thefreehold property of CAMESHA BORLAND surety for DIRKJASON LAINFIEST A. Empty parcel of land. Size: 708.614s.m. (BDF Subdivision, City ofBelmopan) ANTONIO TZIB All that lot piece or parcel of land be-ing Lot No. 341, situate in Bullet T ree Falls V illage Expansion, Cayo District, together with all developments anderections standing and being thereon,held under Minister s Fiat Lease dated the 7th day of November 2000, being the leasehold property of ANT ONIO TZIB. 1 3-bedroom bungalow housecontaining 1dining, 1living room,1-kitchen with 1 bathroom. Size:555.556 S.Y ISMAEL CHA VEZ Parcel No. 3270, Block No. 23,situated in the T rapiche Housing Area, Santa Elena/Cayo Registration Sec-tion, held under a Land Certificate,being the Freehold property ofISMAEL CHA VEZ A 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom concretebungalow house (22'X24').Site Size: 501.270 s.y SHANEE MONIQUE GARDINER Auctioneer Miguel A. Ellis Belmopan City Cayo District T el: 621-1243 E-mail : email@example.com PUBLIC AUCTION BY ORDER OF THE MOR TGAGEES DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORA TION CER TIFIED AND LICENSED AUCTIONEER M .A. ELLIS WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING PROPER TIES. On T uesday 9th of July 2013 At 10:30 am At The DFC Headquar ter Of fice In Belmopan RAMON ROSADO Parcel No. 96 (1.509 Acres), Block No. 23, Esperanza V illage Registration Section, situate in the EsperanzaV illage, Cayo District, held under a Land Certificate, being the Freeholdproperty of Emelda Rosado Surety forRamon Reinaldo Rosado. House #1 (402.83 sq. ft.) is woodenw/ 2-bedrooms and 1-living/diningroom. House #2 (518.67 sq. ft.) is anelevated wooden w/ 3-bedrooms, 1-kitchen, and 1-living/dining room.House #3 (781 sq. ft.) is concrete bun-galow w/ 1-kitchen, 1-living/diningroom, and 1 verandah and laundryarea. House #4 (432 sq.ft.) is anincomplete concrete bungalowbuilding. All that piece or parcel of land beingLot No. 161 containing 975.576 s.m.of land situate in Cotton T ree V illage, Cayo District, held under Minister'sFiat Grant No.127 of 201 1, being the freehold property of Shanne Monique Gardiner 1 -3 bedroom wooden elevated bungalow house containing 1-living,dining and kitchen area combined,and 1-bathroom with entry porch.Measuring: 60' X 85' approx. Size:1 166.79 Sy FRANCINE LORETT A SMITH Parcel 5904, Block 20, BelmopanRegistration Section, held under aLand Certificate, being the freeholdproperty of Francine Loretta Smith. 1-3 bedroom concrete bungalow w/1-living and dining room, 1-kitchen,1laundry and 2-bathrooms & an entry porch. Size: 1 136.79 Sy The property is situated on KumquatS treet, Cohune W alk, City of Belmopan. 2 Homesites F o r Sale: Size: 100 x 100 ( acre ea. T itled Land) Located behind Kon-T iki area of San Ignacio. BWS water available; electricity 6 lots away Many trees/plants on fenced manicured grounds. Good solid road access and only a few minutes to town. Price for Inner Lot: Bz $18,000.00 Price for corner Lot: Bz $18,850.00 Both lots: Bz $33,500.00 Note: We will do the Paper-work/transfer!! Can finance for 1 year @ 6 % Contact: Allen s Hardware in Santa Elena: 824-2060/3751 Pictures available E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Page 18 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, June 30, 2013 L TU-201300987 LAND TITLES UNIT Ministry of Natural Resources & Agriculture, City of Belmopan UNDER THE GENERAL REGISTR Y ACT CHAPTER 327 OF THE LA WS OF BELIZE REVISED EDITION 2000 WHEREAS having made the necessary inquires and having read the statutory declaration filed in connection therewith, I havecome to theconclusion that the duplicate of the T ransferCer tificate of T itle dated 7th day of November 1967, and Registered in the Land T itles Register V olume 37 at Folio No. 88 ALL THA T piece or parcel of land situate at Boom Pine Ridge comprising 4 acres 0 rods 16 poles bounded on the North by Crown Lands and theremeasuring 7.80 chains on the South by a proposed road on the East byCrown Lands and there measuring 6.52 chains and on the W est by Crown Lands and there measuring 4.01 chainsIn the name of: OLIVIA GORDON of: Burrell Boom V illage, Belize District, Belize. HAS BEEN IRREV OCABL Y LOST OR DESTROYED BY MISADVENTURE.I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend, at the expiration of twentyonedays from the first appearance of this notice, to issue a new duplicate of theRegistered T ransfer Cer tificate of T itle registered in the Land T itles Register V olume 6 Folio No. 240 ANY PERSON in whose custody the TRANSFER CER TIFICA TE OF TITLE may be or who may have any objection to such issue is hereby requested to inform me of the fact. APPLICA TION No. FCT -201300010 Form 1 1 (Rule 15) GENERAL REGISTR Y ACT AND GENERAL REGISTR Y RULES Advertisement in Gazette of application for First Certificate of T itle to land, etc. NOTICE is hereby given that I: GEORGE SEYMOUR WESTBY of S tann Creek District, BELIZE, has applied for the issue of a First Certificate of T itle to the land, estate, interest, power or right described in the Schedule to this Notice.ANY PERSON who claims to be entitled as owner or otherwise to the said land, estate, interest, power or right, or who may be unlawfully prejudiced bythe description of the said land, estate, interest, power or right may file in theRegistry and deliver a copy thereof to the applicant within fourteen days from the date hereof, a written notice of objection to the issue of aFirst Certificate of T itle to the said land, estate, interest, power or right in accordance with the provision of the General Registry Rules, 1954 andthereafter proceed to have the said objection heard and determined inmanner prescribed by the said Rules Dated this 25th Day of June, 2013 This land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1588 of 201 1 and recorded in Deed Book V olume 21 of 201 1 at Folios 255 266 SCHEDULE ALL THA T piece or parcel of land comprising 1.552 acres of land known as Crawl Caye, Stann Creek District, Belize bounded and described as shownby Plan No. 92 of 2007 and delineated and described on a Plan of Surveyauthenticated and registered at the Lands and Surveys Department done byJ. H. Hertular Licensed Land Surveyor and recorded in Register No. 7 at Entry No. 9204. Hurrican Safety Tips Checklist Be Prepared A hurricane is nothing to be treated lightly T orrential rain, cutting winds, and surges that can tear down thestrongest of buildings require prepa-ration. Review the following hurricanesafety tips checklist and be prepared.It may help you and your loved onessurvive a potentially deadly hurricaneseason.How to Prepare for the Annual Hurricane Season1) Listen to the forecast. Payattention to any warnings and deter-mine whether to evacuate or ride outthe storm.2) If you choose not evacuate, find asafe shelter to stay in that is adequatelyoutfitted with emergency supplies.3) Ensure your family knows when togo to the shelter and how best to getthere.4) Install storm shutters on your home,or cover windows with plywood tokeep them from breaking.5) Purchase supplies such as non-perishable food, water flashlights, a portable radio, batteries, and a first-aid kit.6) Have rain gear and extra clothingstored in your shelter and easily ac-cessible. What to Do when a HurricaneW arning is Issued by the National W eather Service 1) Get a hold of family members todetermine their whereabouts and enact your safety plan.2) Gather animals in a safe place.3) Fill your gas tank to ensure youcan evacuate the area if necessary 4) Follow the directions of localauthorities and listen to local weatherreports.5) Dont wait until the last minute toevacuate. If you wait, exit routes maybe at a standstill or completely closed.6) Move forward with securing yourhome, closing shutters and coveringwindows.7) Ensure everything that can beblown around and cause harm is tieddown securely What to Do when the StormArrives1) If you are not evacuating, find asecure, safe shelter Never stay in a mobile home, trailer high rise, or your car 2) Stay away from any windows.Find an interior room in which youhave access to emergency supplies.3) Dont use electronic devices.4) Dont light candles. Ensure youhave several flashlights with plenty ofextra batteries on hand.5) Have your portable radio on soyou can monitor the weather andfollow any instructions of localauthorities.6) Dont leave your secure area toosoon. The storm may appear to havecalmed but you may simply be in the eye.7)Always wait for the all-clear signalfrom local authorities. What to Do after the Storm HasPassed1) Make sure local authorities haveissued the all-clear signal and that thestorm has completely passed.2) Check for power lines that havebeen damaged or are down and keepaway from them.3) Drink bottled water until you canensure the drinking water is safe.4) Keep calm and remain patient.T ake some time to ensure everything is safe. 5) Check on neighbors and familymembers and perform first aid or con-tact medical authorities for assistance.6) Replenish any supplies used andensure you are prepared for the nextstorm. Remember that a hurricane is anextremely destructive force thatshould not be taken lightly Always make sure you are well prepared inadvance of the storm. Listen to, andfollow the advice and instructions of your local emergency personnel.Dont put your life or the lives of yourfamily at risk. T ake the time to discuss emergency plans with your fam-ily and increase your chances of sur-viving a deadly hurricane unharmed. 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Sunday, June 30, 2013 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 626-8841 & 804-4900 Email: email@example.com Page 19 The following vacancies exist at Sacred Heart College for the upcoming schoolyear:JUNIOR COLLEGEOne FULL TIME Theology/Philosophy Instructor One FULL TIME Business Instructor One TEMPORAR Y English T eacher (2 years) One Full time Anthr opology/Histor y Lectur er Applicants for the above positions should have a minimum of a B. Sc. or a B. A. in the discipline but graduate degrees would be an advantage, as well as teachingexperience at the tertiary level and experience in the field.HIGH SCHOOLOne TEMPORAR Y Accounting T eacher (Sept.-Nov ) Applicants must have a B.Sc. in the Business, Business Education or Accounting, a valid teacher s license. T eaching experience would be an advantage. Remuneration is commensurate with MOE approved salary scales. Successfulapplicants should have a T eacher s License. Application packages should include the following: a signed letter of application,a resume, a notarized copy of a university diploma showing the highest earneddegree, certified or official university transcript(s), and two named referees withcontact information.Completed application packages can be dropped off at the College, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications can also be mailed to The Secretary Board of Governors Sacred Heart College Jospeh Andr ews Drive P .O. Box 163, San Ignacio, Cayo APPLICA TION DEADLINE: July 6, 2013 Sacred Heart College P .O. Box 163, San Ignacio, Cayo, Phone : (501) 824 2102, 824 2758, Fax : 824 3759 Office of the President Ancient W ari r oyal tomb unear thed in Peru The archaeologists spent months secretly digging through the burial chambers Archaeologists in Peru have unearthed a royal tomb with treasuresand mummified women from about1,200 years ago. T he discovery north of Lima could shed new light on the W ari empire, which ruled in the Andes before the rise of the better-known Incacivilisation. More than 60 skeletons wereinside the tomb, including three W ari queens buried with gold and silverjewellery and brilliantly-paintedceramics. Many mummified bodies werefound sitting upright indicatingroyalty The archaeologists say the tombwas found in El Castillo de Huarmey about 280km (175 miles) north ofLima. W e have found for the first time in Peruvian archaeologicalhistory an imperial tomb of the W ari culture," co-director of the project Milosz Giersz was quoted assaying by Reuters news agency "The contents of the chamber consisted of 63 human bodies,most of them women, wrapped infunerary bundles buried in thetypical seated position, a nativeW ari pattern." Forensic archaeologist W ieslaw W ieckowski says the way other bodies were positioned indicatedhuman sacrifice. "Six of the skeletons we found in the grave were not in thetextiles. They were placed on thetop of the other burials in verystrange positions, so we believethat they were sacrifices," he said. "The fact that most of theskeletons were of women and thevery rich grave goods, leads us tothe interpretation that this was atomb of the royal elite and thatalso changes our point of view onthe position of the women in theW ari culture." The archaeologists spent monthssecretly digging through the burialchambers amid fears that grave robbers would find out and loot thesite. The W ari civilization thrived from the 7th to 10th centuries AD, conquering all of what is now Perubefore a mysterious and dramaticdecline. The W ari people had their capital near the modern-day A yacucho, in the Andes. Of fice T el: 804-4900 Cell: 626-8822 and 626-8841 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org V isit Us On Line @ belizenews.com/thestar belizenor th.com/TheS tar .htm http://www .guidetobelize.info/ star Get a copy of the latest ST AR at Y our Favorite S tor e All Boxes Of Cereals only $20 Kitchen Supplies, Gardening T ool, Lawn Mowers, Dining set, car accesories, truck & car batteries, clothing, bed sheets, computer printers and so much more Freight Services from the USA to Belize Jose Orellano Mile 65 on the George Price Highway Esperanza V illage, Cayo, Belize C.A. T el: 824 0484 / 667 7624 US T el: 254-709-7864 Email: email@example.com W eb: www .travisfor warding.com All Boxes Of Only $20 Kitchen Supplies, Gardening T ool, Lawn Mowers, Dining set, car accesories, truck & car batteries, clothing, bed sheets, computer printers and so much more
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