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11 NOVEMBER 2018 | ISSUE NO: 5121

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TEACHERS TO PATRICK “Da so you wah be leader, we no deh pan dat”

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BARROW, A LAME DUCK LOSER Pg. 5

S.P. WOMAN ARRAIGNED FOR THE MURDER OF RESTAURATEUR

COP KILLERS Arraigned for Murder/Robbery Pg. 19

POLICE STING Pg. 5 HAD NO BITE! PUP - BE A PART OF THE CHANGE!

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TEACHERS TO PATRICK

Belize City: Thursday 8th November 2018 Being a teacher has got to be one of the hardest professions in this country. It requires a lot of dedication, compassion and love. After teachers collect their paltry salary each month, most of them end up using a substantial portion to re-invest in their profession, transportation money, basic living necessities such as water and toilet paper for students, teaching materials and classroom renovations. Over one thousand five hundred (1,500) teachers from all over the country converged on the Capital - Belmopan to send a message to the Minister of Education and the present government that they are tired of being disrespected. Last week during a press conference the teachers made it public that they would stage the protest on Wednesday November 7, 2018. They had three demands: the first is that they are unhappy with the way the MOE has handled the situation and is unilaterally re-categorizing schools in remote areas of the country for teachers at these schools to qualify for hardship allowance. Secondly, MOE/GOB is stalling the negotiations on Proposal Twenty-Two for the joint union’s collective bargaining agreement, thus, affecting the retirement pensions of various high school teachers of grant aided high schools. Thirdly commuting allowance of teachers continue to be withheld. Area Representative for Lake Independence division, Honorable Cordel Hyde said he does not understand why every issue with the teachers has to be a world war. “I think it is sickening that every time the teachers have to demonstrate over fundamental, straight forward, simple issues in a lot of instances but we have a minister who is so petty, so juvenile and so difficult

with the teachers.” The Minister of Education, Hon. Patrick Faber was once a teacher himself before being elected in 2008, so, he fully understands their plight. It was this very same Minister Faber, who once supported and rallied for teachers’ rights before being elected in 2008. Since being elected, power has given him a loss of memory as to what teachers in this country have to go through. This power has made him into an arrogant, condescending and disrespectful individual not worthy of the title “Honorable”. On Wednesday morning the buses started to roll into Belmopan around 9 am where the teachers disembarked and congregated in front of the Belmopan Comprehensive School. The teachers walked around the Belmopan Ring Road once chanting their BNTU anthem “Solidarity Forever.” The teachers even chanted “Da so you wah be leader, we no deh pan dat” to the Civic Center where a rally was held. The rally included motivational speeches by representatives from the ten BNTU branches, Honorary Member and President of the Cristian Workers Union (CWU) Evan Mose Hyde, past BNTU President Luke Palacio, Pastor Louis Wade, BNTU Secretary Ruth Shoman and BNTU President, Senator Elena Smith: President Elena Smith said the fight will not be in vain. “I do believe that we shall overcome and today is the day that the lies will stop. Our members will get what they rightly deserve because we will fight until they get that.” The Leader of the People’s United Party (PUP) Honorable John Briceno, who comes from a family of teachers attended the rally to show his support for the teachers. He commented, “teachers are the bedrock of this country and in any righteous cause we need to show our full one hundred percent support.”

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COP KILLERS Arraigned for Murder/Robbery

the armed robbers were heading for the exit door and as Police Constable Martinez opened that same door, he was fired upon which caused the three robbers to then seek exit through the back exit of the hotel by the river, however, a boat with police officers bringing prisoners from San Pedro was about to dock on the opposite side of the river at Bottom Dalla when they heard the gun shots and immediately got involved. From the bow of the boat, a police officer used his initiative and engaged the armed men shooting one. This action was significant in the apprehension of the three suspects. After the brief exchange involving the police office on the boat, they threw their weapons in the river. Coast Guard divers were called in and managed to recover the firearm while the suspects were captured along with their weapons. The Police department recently received hundreds of body armoured vests and body cams from the Taiwanese for the use of quick response and patrol officers. According to ACP Clyde Williams, it was only given to their elite political selected units. If they were handed out to police officers going on duty out for the field Constable Osborne Martinez could have been alive today. Days following the murder, the department is now distributing these body armour vests.

Belize City: Thursday 8th November 2018 Three armed men involved in Friday’s broad daylight murder/robbery in the centre of Belize City were arraigned earlier this week for the murder of Police Constable Osborne Martinez. They accused murderers are Rayford Mejia, 19, Glen Lopez 21 and Tyrique Myles 18 years old who was later released from the KHMH after being treated for a gunshot he received during the cross-fire with the police. They appeared before Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford where Lopez and Mejia were additionally charged for armed-robbery and the illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. Magistrate Aretha Ford reminded the three accused that because these were indictable offenses, the lower court could not take any plea, and they were not eligible for bail and therefore, they were remanded to the Hattieville Central Prison until the next court date schedule for 8th January 2019. The deadly exchange of fire took place around 10:00 am last Friday morning when the accused trio, belonging to the PIV Gang staged an armed robbery at the Belcove Hotel in the Regent Street West area of Downtown Belize City Southside. The terrifying moments came when the three attempted to make good their escape at the same time when Police Constable Osbourne Martinez tried to engage them in an attempt to get their surrender. Deputy Commissioner Chester Williams explained to the Press that the police patrol arrived on the scene at the same time

Boots Blame PUP for Loss in UDP Convention Belize City: Monday 5th November 2018 Failed Port Loyola UDP Area Representative, Anthony Martinez called a brief press conference on Monday to blame the PUP for Peyrefitte’s losing his bid at the convention last Sunday. Rather than accepting defeat and the combined effort of John Saldivar and Patrick Faber who worked in favour of Phillip Willoughby, Martinez blamed his lack of political wisdom and strategy solely on the Peoples United Party. Martinez said that the UDP allowed PUP supporters to vote and the party ignored his list which would have rejected 91 PUP supporters from voting in the UDP Port Loyola Convention.

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THE BELIZE TIMES

EDITORIAL

TWILIGHT ZONE

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he scenes from the conventions this last weekend really seemed like they came out of an episode of the Twilight Zone. That eerie music seemed like it kept playing over and over as we watched King Boots completely unravel. This is the stuff block buster movies are made of. The suspense leading up to the event, the drama as it unfolded and in the end that darned Boots did not disappoint! He says and does the strangest things! Corozal is not impressed by the seemingly urgent offer of help. As the second poorest district in the country Corozal does not get the social and poverty alleviation programs it deserves. The offer to renovate the road to Sarteneja is tired and had the UDP not reallocated monies earmarked for that expressed purpose by the PUP government back in 2008 it would have been done 10 years ago. It was King Boots who redirected monies from the Sarteneja project to the repaving of Albert Street under the watch of PM Borrow. The hardship that Corozal district has had to endure has been unnecessary, the loss in revenue and development for this very same project ten years overdue can never be replaced or recovered. There have been thousands of lives affected because of a vindictive regime hell bent on punishing its citizens for voting against them. The obscene and vulgar spectacle in Port almost managed to distract from the real issues such as the desperate last ditch effort that the Prime Minister seems to be making in an effort to win back some seats in the North. It would seem that he has temporarily snapped out of his lethargy to finally address the mess that his administration has made in the North. True to his recent copy and paste form we are glad that PM (an avid Belize Times reader it seems) wants to now attract BPOs and give special exemptions to those willing to relocate to Corozal and special rebates for land purchases. Hopefully these are not a la Vega type rebates. It took the PM and his merry band of pundits less than five years to run the entire North into the ground. They killed off the Papaya Industry, the Casino Industry, the Commercial Free Zone, and Export Processing Zone, the onion farmers and the potato growers. Tired from their exploits they forgot and ignored what little survived for another 5 years and left the North to slowly die. Now he expects Norteños to believe that he has their interest at heart? He remembers the North and Corozal in particular because the People reminded him in the last municipal elections that he will reap a harvest as bitter as the cañeros’ whenever general elections are called.

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as escenas de las convenciones este fin de semana pasada realmente parecían como salidas de un episodio de la Dimensión Desconocida (Twilight Zone). Esa música misteriosa parecía seguir sonando una y otra vez mientras veíamos a Boots perder el control completamente. Esta es la materia de la cual las películas taquilleras son hechas. El suspenso que conduce al evento, el drama como se desarrolla y al final el condenado Boots ¡no decepcionó! ¡Él dice y hace las cosas más extrañas! Corozal no está impresionado con la aparentemente urgente oferta de ayuda. Como el segundo distrito más pobre del país Corozal no recibe los programas sociales y de mitigación de la pobreza que se merece. La oferta para renovar el camino a Sarteneja ya harta y si el UDP no hubiera reasignado dineros destinados a ese propósito expreso por el gobierno PUP en 2008 se habría hecho hace 10 años. Fue King Boots quien redirigió el dinero del proyecto Sarteneja a la repavimentación de la calle Albert bajo el mandato del primer ministro Barrow. Las dificultades que el distrito de Corozal ha tenido que sobrellevar ha sido innecesarias, la pérdida de ingresos y desarrollo para este mismo proyecto con diez años de atraso nunca puede ser reemplazada o recuperada. Ha habido miles de vidas afectadas debido a un régimen vengativo empeñado en castigar a sus ciudadanos por votar en su contra. El espectáculo obsceno y vulgar en Port Loyola casi logró distraer de los temas reales tales como el último esfuerzo desesperado que el primer ministro (PM) parece estar haciendo en su lucha para recuperar algunos escaños en el norte. Parecería que ha salido temporalmente de su letargo para finalmente abordar el desorden que su administración ha hecho en el norte. Fiel a su reciente modalidad de “copiar y pegar” nos alegramos de que el PM (un lector ávido de Belize Times según parece) quiera atraer ahora a empresas de subcontratación de servicios empresariales (BPOs por sus siglas en inglés) y dar exenciones especiales a todos aquellos dispuestos a trasladarse a Corozal y dar descuentos especiales para las compras de tierras. Esperemos que estos no sean descuentos de tipo a la Vega. Le tomó al primer ministro y su alegre banda de expertos menos de cinco años para llevar a todo el norte por los suelos. Mataron la industria de la papaya, la industria del Casino, la zona franca comercial, así como a la zona de procesamiento de exportación, los agricultores de cebolla y los cultivadores de patatas. Cansados de sus hazañas olvidaron e ignoraron lo poco que sobrevivió por otros 5 años y dejaron al norte morir lentamente. ¿Ahora espera que los norteños crean que tiene su interés en el corazón? Recuerda al norte y a Corozal en particular porque la gente le recordó en las últimas elecciones municipales que tendrá una cosecha tan amarga como el de los cañeros cuando se llame a elecciones generales.


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QUESTIONS TO THE MINISTERS 1. Will the UDP Cabinet say if they are aware that Belize already has a monarch and she is Elizabeth II? It seems that somehow the UDP would like to have their own monarchs, King Dean and King Boots. Perhaps we need to have civics lessons for the Cabinet? 2. Will the Attorney General, having lost his bid for UDP leader, please now turn his attention to the mess that is going on at the Vital Statistics Department and stop having the government use it as a UDP office? 3. Will the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance please assure the Belizean people that Colour Blind, a company with whom his CEO is associated, will not be allowed to bid for or receive any ICJ ads since she has been designated to help with the financing for the ICJ education campaign? 4. Will the Prime Minister please inform Belizeans if the amount of money that he is proposing to give to South Side representatives will again be used for pibil tacos and rum?

WORK RESUMES at the BARRACKS Belize City: Thursday 8th November 2018 The building under construction on Newton Barracks that received a “Stop Order’ from the Department of the Environment (DOE) to cease and desist from carrying out any further work on site was nothing more than a UDP political manipulation to frustrate the PUP City Council’s effort to show their progressive initiative. The arrogant and vindictive UDP government had to instruct their DOE and stooge Martin Alegria to approve the continuance of the construction project because it was, in fact, the previous UDP Belize City Mayor, Darrel Bradley that had approved the agreement weeks before the March 7th election. The DOE had also approved the construction of a Gas Station just two hundred feet away from the Steak House construction without any hindrance because it was a UDP Mayor, who had approved the project. It was never until the media brought out to light the hypocrisy of the past UDP Belize City Council Mayor, and the DOE that the Minister of the Environment got involved and promised to look into this matter. This week workers were on site continuing their construction, and we hope that this political play of arrogance and hypocrisy stop so that the PUP City council could continue in their effort and initiatives of progress and development.

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BARROW, A LAME DUCK LOSER Belize City: Wednesday 7th November 2018 TV politician, Philip Cordova Willoughby spent 12 years in municipal office during which time he has done absolutely nothing to boast of his accomplishments that benefitted residents of Belize City, some might allege that he did profited from his position and influence. For the insatiable Willoughby and his inelegant sweetheart, the good life came to an end following his March 7th defeat in the Belize City Council election. With an opportunity to return to the days of living beyond his means, Willoughby immediately quit his government job at NEMO and forced himself into Port Loyola, although he only recently learned that this constituency had existed. In last Sunday’s convention featuring three bonafide losers, Willoughby collected the majority votes from their UDP monitored list of voters, even though the dodo bird is too foolish to understand that the up-side to the UDP convention demonstrated that the winner of Port is still the People’s United Party (PUP). Willoughby believes the convention was won on his good merit. To say he personally lubricated and had full control of the campaign machinery that placed him as standard-bearer would be misleading. To say he had a development plan for his future undertaking of Port would also

be misleading because the brother cannot properly structure a sentence. To say he won on his good looks would also be misleading but then again, everyone pays to watch the baboons at the Baboon Sanctuary. As a responsible opposition, the PUP could not simply sit on the sidelines and allow Prime Minister Dean Barrow to hand over the entire country to Attorney General, Michael Peyrefitte. Aside from living high off the hog, Peyrefitte, who had been previously rejected in Freetown, has not really done anything for the people of Belize. However, if he had won the convention, within weeks, a bye election would have been triggered and hundreds of thousands of dollars would have been pumped into Port Loyola’s political gimmick. Frankly, the PUP would not have been able to match the spending power of the UDP. Thereafter, Barrow would have retired and allow him to lead the government until 2020 and into subsequent elections. We concede that Barrow did not openly support Peyrefitte, but we observed that his notorious sister, Denise “Sista B” Barrow, had been fighting for Peyrefitte. She transferred an estimated 300 votes from Queen Square to Port Loyola to ensure Peyrefitte’s

Furthermore, of no significance were Collet’s Patrick Faber and Belmopan’s John Saldivar. After the results were read the two sandwiched Willoughby, who is no savior, but at that, moment looked like Jesus Christ on the cross between two thieves. Faber, a crazed woman beater and Saldivar, a Mason lover, can now sleep peacefully at night without the ghosts of Peyrefitte lingering amidst their leadership ambitions. For them, Peyrefitte had to be stopped in his tracks. However, in the absence of a clean whistle like him, there is no credible leader left to succeed Barrow. And so as the Briceño led PUP prepares to return to Belmopan, it is obvious that the people of Port Loyola would not want to be left behind and as such will elect the PUP’s hardworking, honest and humble, Gilroy Usher Sr.

PUP NOTICE The People’s United Party announces its Constituency Convention to Elect a Standard Bearer for the Cayo Central Division to be held on Sunday November 11, 2018 at the Santa Elena R.C. School from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. For further information please contact the PUP Secretariat at 677-9168

S.P. WOMAN ARRAIGNED FOR THE MURDER OF RESTAURATEUR Belize City: Wednesday, 7th November 2018. A San Pedro woman, Tracey Betancourt was arraigned in court on Tuesday on charges of murder and conspiracy to commit murder of U.S. national, Lamont Edward Lipka, forty-nine-year-old restaurateur of San Pedro, Ambergris Caye. Police investigation has led them to believe that Betancourt was a key figure in planning the murder scheme together with a male accomplice who police are tracking. Lipka known on the island as ‘Monty’ was murdered shortly before 10:00 pm of Sunday May 13th, 2018. At the time, he was behind the cash register inside his bar and grill, Tropicana Restaurant situated on the South-end of San Pedro, when a shooter casually walked inside towards him, took out a hand gun and fired several shots who struck and killed him instantly.

victory in the Port. However, in the end, she was a non-factor. Compounded with her efforts, were those of outgoing Area Representative, Anthony “Boots” Martinez. “Boots,” who is dubbed a “rockstar politician” and the “king of port” was also a non-factor in this race; he ended up being the mascot for Mike’s Club. After a sustained public assault on his credibility and image, we had buried him alive. And so, although he had more money than sense and had bussed in two busloads of voters from Cotton Tree and Gales Point Manatee, but it was also of no significance. When asked if he would step aside for Willoughby to be crowned the new king of Port Loyola, “Boots’” said, “For what? Why should I resign and have a bi-election? Not at all sir.”

Lamont Edward Lipka

Upon hearing the gunshots’ employees and customers of Tropicana restaurant dashed outside seeking cover while the gun-man made his escape through the side door and disappeared. Lipka came to Belize from the U.S. about four years ago and found San Pedro to be the ideal location for his investment about four years ago. He was a dive instructor and operated sea tours for a short while. However, in October of 2017, he decided to go full-scale into a top of the line restaurant. He leased a property from a Lebanese developer and by November, his Restaurant was inaugurated.

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BURGLARS STRIKE DOWN SOUTH AND WEST IN SAN IGNACIO Bella Vista Village, Toledo: Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Independence Police are investigating the burglary of a store which occurred in Bella Vista village before daybreak Monday morning that yielded more than $17,000 dollars in merchandize to the thieves. According to Rodolfo Humberto Benavides, 52, owner of D R & G Variety store the thief or thieves made off with an assortment of with an assortment of women’s apparel, cosmetics, assorted jewellery and footwear, all to an estimated value of $17,000. Police seem to be clueless and has no one detained. Their investigations continue. Meanwhile in San Ignacio, Police are investigating an armed robbery which was reported at Lily’s Supermarket. Police say they were called out to Thornley Street where the owner of Lily Store,Jian Fan Chen reported that while inside his store around at 10:45 a.m, two Hispanic men entered his establishment and pointed their gun at him and demanded money. Fearing for his life, Chen handed them a money bag with an undisclosed amount of money for the day sales. The men then made good their escape.

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SUPPORT HER By:Angeles Itzab Feminism isn’t about empowering women to take positions men typically have. Of course it can happen and they are allowed to do that, and they are encouraged to do that because as a woman you are more than capable of it, but only if that’s what you aspire to do. It’s not about saying “this is how to be an empowered woman” it’s about letting women define success and liberation for themselves. It’s not about telling other women what they should do, it’s about telling women they should do what they want to do. It’s letting women do whatever they want, ensuring that it’s what they want: If you want to be a housewife, be a housewife. If you want to be a construction worker, be a construction worker. If you want to be a politician, be a politician. If you want to be an entrepreneur, be an entrepreneur. But let the decision be your own—one that makes you happy, not one that you’ve been subjected to. We spend too much time teaching girls to worry about what boys think of them. But the reverse is not the case. We don’t teach boys to care about being likable. We spend too much time telling girls that they cannot be angry or aggressive or tough, which is bad enough, but then we turn around and either praise or excuse men for the same reasons. All over the world, there are so many articles and books telling women what to do, how to be and not to be, in order to attract or please men. There are far fewer guides for men about pleasing women. We all find joy and strength and contempt in different positions, so instead of belittling a woman for doing what empowers her personally, offer support since she’s pursuing her passions, achieving her goals, and doing what makes her feel good. One of the biggest critics for females are usually other females. This is a trend that needs to stop, we want a seat at the table and we usually think that once there’s a women at the table there isn’t any more room for another female. It becomes a competition. Us women need to encourage each, work together to create more opportunities, uplift and guide one another, because no one Is going to care about the feminist movement and about empowering women, than women. Join the movement by contacting belizeuwg@gmail.com or call 677-9168. Your voice matters in helping to create the next Women’s Agenda of the PUP.

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South–side Man shot Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Damian Leslie of Neal’s Penn Road was at a residence near Maskall Street and the Basketball court shortly before 9:00 pm when a gun man rode up and fire a shot which hit him in the area of his neck.

BNTU Says “Thank You” for the Unwavering Support

November 8, 2018 The Belize National Teachers’ Union (BNTU) takes this opportunity to extend its sincere gratitude to all who contributed to the success of our Demonstration and Rally in Belmopan City on Wednesday, 8th November, 2018. We wish to say, in no uncertain terms, how tremendously elated we are with yesterday’s show of support for our cause. We must acknowledge yesterdaVs guest speakers, Evan ‘Mose’ Hyde and Pastor Louis Wade and all our brother and sister Unions, and the political parties and individuals, who came out and stood strong alongside us, as we marched, sang and rallied. Our Union continues to be blessed with a membership that answers the call when it is time to stand against ANY injustice that comes our way. We therefore thank our teachers and support staff for ignoring the intimidation tactics of your Managements and being present to make your voices be heard. We would also be remiss to not mention and thank the parents of our communities who take the time to listen and understand our plight and then stand behind us with unwavering support. Minister Faber has finally conceded to meeting with us and has committed to work alongside us to address the issues we have highlighted. We therefore look forward to charting the way forward and will hold him to his word to ensure that our members are given what they justly deserve. We have always been ready and willing to sit at the table to address our members’ concerns. We will approach Monday’s meeting with open minds and are hopeful that we will make satisfactory progress. However, should the opposite happen, our members are prepared to take the next steps. The BNTU remains the strongest and most vibrant trade union in the country and we continue to grow from strength to strength, with the help and support of our beloved Belizean.people. Once again we say, Thank you, Gracias, Botik, Seremei! Solidarity Forever! ! !

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Police spent over two areas in the area looking for the gunman but to no advantage. Leslie was rushed to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital where his condition is said to be stable. Police are investigating.

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PUP Cayo Central Convention

PUP’s Collet Montejo and Alex Balona vie for Standard-bearer San Ignacio: Thursday 8th November 2018 The People’s United Party will host its convention to elect a standard-bearer for the Cayo Central constituency this Sunday, November 11, 2018. Former Senator and Assistant Secretary-General of the PUP, Collet Montejo will go up against San Antonio resident, Alex Balona. From all angles, the convention is expected to be a stimulating one. The PUP Cayo Central Executive committee is extending an invitation to all party supporters in the division to participate by heading to the Santa Elena Primary School on Sunday to cast their votes. Polls will open at 9am and close at 5pm.The Executive Committee reminds that after the convention is

BELIZEAN PROFESSOR & CANCER TREATMENT SPECIALIST RECEIVES MILLION-DOLLAR GRANT FOR CANCER RESEARCH

Professor Pinky Budhrani-Shani, Ph. D., a Belizean-born doctor and Cancer Treatment Specialist has been awarded a National Institutes of Health (NIH) US$534,000 grant for her medical research, “Caring for Caregivers with Mind-Body Exercise.” Professor Budhrani-Shani is an accomplished doctor who has been working with cancer patients, helping them address the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation by using integrated medicines and therapies. One of her past patients is Mrs. Kim Simplis-Barrow, wife of Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Dean Barrow. According to Budhrani-Shani, while working with cancer patients, she observed the need for the caregivers of those patients to be given attention too, as they bear a heavy emotional, physical and mental load as they labor to support their loved ones who are battling cancer. Her research will span three years and will include 54 caregivers who will take part in various wellness exercises. Professor Budhrani-Shani attended St. Catherine’s Academy, and then graduated from St. John’s College Junior College. She is presently based in Houston, Texas, where she is a Professor at the Texas Woman’s University College of Nursing.

Alex Balona over, all True-Blue PUP’s must join and remain united to defeat the UDP’s Rene Montero in Cayo Central. Both candi-

Collet Montejo dates have actively geared up their social media and foot soldiers in the campaigns to win in the constituency. The Belize

09 9 Times caught up with Montejo on the campaign trail and said, “We are inviting all supporters to come out and vote this Sunday. It is a contested convention but a unified one, and we are expecting a very good turnout because the people are ready to participate in the move for a change. We have very good plans envisioned in a future PUP government to provide a new housing project, a new Youth Center and an Economic Zone in Santa Elena area, so we are in it to win it!” Montejo is no stranger to politics since he contested the 2012 general election when he narrowly lost the seat. This time around, Montejo is planning to unseat UDP’s Rene Montero, who is famous for bloated contracts as well as his UDP’s victimization and corruption tactics. Balona is also optimistic about the convention, and had this to say: “I, Alex Balona humbly asks for your support this Sunday on Convention Day 11th November 2018. Together we will be victorious, and I will work equally well for Santa Elena and the 10 villages that make up Cayo Central.” The winner will be sworn in by Party Chairman, Henry Charles Usher immediately following the counting process of the convention.


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“WATCHING THE MIGHTY COCKROACH FALL”

By: Hilly Bennett United Democratic Party supporters anxiously awaited the result of the Port Loyola constituency convention held on Sunday 4th November 2018. Four aspiring candidates contested the convention for the title of “King” of Port Loyola- Philip Willoughby, a three time city councillor, Michael Peyrefitte, a sitting Senator and Attorney General, Dean Samuels also former UDP city councillor and A.C. Castillo. Political surrogates aplenty witnessed the unfolding of the result. Dean Barrow, Denise “Sister B” and Anthony “Boots” Martinez led the charge on behalf of the A.G. whilst the Real Deal and the Big Deal, Deputy Prime Minister, Patrick Faber and National Security Minister John Saldivar rallied around the red for Willoughby. When the votes were counted the resulting victory was in favour of the Real Deal/Big Deal duo and their choice for candidate Philip Willoughby. The outcome represented a resounding defeat for the Leader of the UDP Dean Barrow and the corner-men for Michael Peyrefitte. In the aftermath an eerie political atmosphere developed which mimicked the allegorical poem, The Giant Cockroach, written by Kornel Chukovsky in the early 1920’s. The poem begins with the happy life of the animal kingdom becoming broken by the appearance of “a terrible giant: the redhaired, big-whiskered cockroach”. The roach proceeds to bully far bigger animals demanding they surrender their cubs so that he can eat them for dinner. He reduces the animals to a sobbing, quivering bunch. Wolves devour each other out of fear. An elephant shivers so much she stumbles and sits on a hedgehog. The cockroach rules unchallenged until a laughing kangaroo points out that it is no giant but merely a cockroach. The hippo

tells the insolent marsupial to shut up- “you will make things worse for us”- but then a sparrow comes along and swallow the bug. The sparrow at the Port Loyola convention was Philip Willoughby who snatched the victory from the jaws of the egomaniacal dictator Dean. Willoughby got 1,034 votes, Peyrefitte garner 847 votes, A. C. Castillo got a meagre 33 votes with 38 spoiled ballots. Philip Willoughby was sworn in as the Port Loyola standard bearer by the UDP chairman Alberto August. Anticipating victory and Peyrefitte becoming Port Loyola standard bearer, the Prime Minister had his choice poised for the UDP leadership convention. Unfortunately, that was not meant to be. It has been said that one should never count his chips at the gambling table. In a post-election interview to the media Mr. Martinez made some scathing remarks casting blame for his candidate loss, on the PUPs. “Boots” hysterically alluded that 400 PUPs voted for Willoughby. Interestingly the gerrymandering of 300 voters from the PM constituency, Peyrefitte in defeat admitted that the Willoughby team was a formidable political force. He added “There are no excuses. Some people would say too many PUP’s voted. Some people would say this and that. We felt good going in but when the votes were counted he was victorious, so he should be congratulated” Clearly the luck off efficient, ground commanders created the faultlines in the defeat. Queen Square, could not rescue Peyrefitte from the jaws of defeat. However, when the number get “crunch” it doesn’t bade well for Willoughby going against a dedicated True Blue ground commander in the general election. Gilroy Usher continues to maintain control in Port Loyola as a servant of the people. Presently, a power vacuum exist for leadership of the United Democratic Party. Unless, someone else enters the ring, John Saldivar and Patrick Faber will go “ mano a mano” for the UDP leadership convention. It has been said that despots appear invincible while they rule and then laughable weak when they fall. The joke was on Dean last Sunday as citizens watched the mighty cockroach fall. Voice of the Common Man

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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICES Notice is hereby given that Lydia Lizarraga is applying for a Publican Special Liquor License to be operated at ”Birdy’s Cool Spot” located in Cristo Rey Village, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Felipe DeJesus Euan is applying for a Publican Special Liquor License to be operated at ”El Mexican ” located on 2nd Street South, Corozal Town, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that William B. Wildman is applying for a Restaurant Liquor License to be operated at ”Tortuga” located on 1st Avenue, Corozal Town, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Higinia Perez is applying for a Beer Liquor License to be operated at ”La Bendicion” located in San Victor Village, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Roganciano Aban is applying for a Shop Liquor License to be operated at ”Shany’s Shop” located in Concepcion Village, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Naddia Isabel Acosta is applying for a Shop Liquor License to be operated at ”La Kaprichosa Shop” located in Ranchito Village, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Inesita Isaura Cobb is applying for a Beer Liquor License to be operated at ”Nessie’s Store” located in Copper Bank Village, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980.

Notice is hereby given that Martha Yolanda Tzul is applying for a Beer Liquor License to be operated at ”Yolie’s” located in Copper Bank Village, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Lester Young is applying for a Publican Special Liquor License to be operated at ”Young’s Bar & Grill” located in Goff’s Caye, Belize District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Lester Young is applying for a Renewal of a Publican Special Liquor License to be operated at ”Young’s Bar & Grill” located in Goff’s Caye, Belize District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Caisu Lee is applying for a Convenience Store Liquor License to be operated at ”Li & Lee Grocery Store & Fast Food” located at # 25 West Collet Canal, Belize City, Belize District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Wen Biao Zheng is applying for a Publican Special Liquor License to be operated at ”98 Restaurant” located at Miles 13 Philip Goldson Highway, Belize District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Jian Hong Wu is applying for a Publican Special Liquor License to be operated at ”Wong Gok Restaurant” located at # 11 6th Street, Belize City, Belize District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980. Notice is hereby given that Xian Ying He is applying for a Publican Special Liquor License to be operated at ”Golden Bay (Belize) Co. Ltd. ” located at # 596 Marine Parade, Belize City, Belize District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980.

Notice is hereby given that Porfirio Reyes is applying for a Shop Liquor License to be operated at ”Aurora’s Store” located in Xaibe Village, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980.

Notice is hereby given that Quan Pan Chan is applying for a Shop Liquor License to be operated at ”Twin Supermarket” located at # 5526 St. Thomas Street, Belize City, Belize District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980.

Notice is hereby given that Jose Rafael Tzul is applying for a Malt Liquor License to be operated at ”Marisqueria Los Pargos” located in Paraiso Village, Corozal District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980.

Notice is hereby given that Xiaoguang Luo is applying for a Convenience Store Liquor License to be operated at ”Campus Shop” located at # 67 Cemetery Lane, Belize City, Belize District under the Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance Revised Edition 1980.


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THINKING OUT LOUD BY: KEVIN BERNARD

As I write this week’s column, I am in Washington, with an amazing bunch of young leaders selected from all over the world to participate in the 2018 International Visitor Leadership Program. It is a great experience so far, as we have met with US leaders in governance and in different sectors. Today we took part in discussions at the US State Department with officials from the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs and the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. We have also met with senior members of both the Republican and Democratic campaign committees. Even in these early days of what will be a three week program, what I have learned has been invaluable, and will certainly be put to good use at home. Even though I am far away, though, my heart is always in Belize, and particularly with my people in Orange Walk. There is a lot happening currently which affects us, a lot of things that are going wrong, a lot of breaches in governance, a whole lot of corruption and crime - and that is something that no right-thinking Belizean can ignore. I watched with a sense of shock the story of a man who ran a backhoe into the home where his children and other family members were sleeping. One child died, his grandmother died, and I understand there is another child at the KHMH in critical condition. It seems to me that my little Belize is changing before my eyes. And not in a good way. What could possess a man to drive a piece of heavy equipment into the home where he knows his children are sleeping? What was in his head? Was he mentally deranged? Did something snap? Was he intoxicated, or drugged up? What happened? Sadly, all any of us can do at this point is pray for the family and offer any support we can. Nothing will bring back the child or his grandmother, and the trauma of what happened will live with all of the family members for a long time. I know that my brother Mayor from Belize City has offered his assistance to all of those affected,

and I understand he has already started rebuilding the home of the Young family. That is a good thing. It in no way heals the wounds of what has been done, but the rebuilding process has to start. I have said it in a lot of my messages – maybe particularly around Christmas time, but it is always relevant. We must be our brothers’ and sisters’ keepers. We must look out for each other. Just from the news,

and from Facebook, I can see that this guy was headed for a meltdown. He actually threatened death on some of his posts. His whole life was laid out on Facebook. I wonder how nobody realized that something was very wrong – his friends, family, acquaintances, coworkers. This man seemed to be crying out for help, and it seems to me that nobody listened. And as a people, we need to do better than that. I am realistic enough to acknowledge that things are really going downhill in the country right now. We are at a very bad place – the economy, crime, poverty, social problems, governance…! But I am also optimistic and hopeful that together we will pull through this. I have seen my people in Orange Walk struggle. We’re just out of the back to school season where many families had real problems meeting the costs of sending their children to school. So I know

how hard it is. I know that our farmers are struggling – not only our cane-farmers but farmers all over the country. People are getting weary. As a politician, a family man, a resident of Orange Walk and a proud Belizean, I am committed to change. I believe that change will come with good, honest, accountable governance, and with integrity and vision. That is how me and my team have operated at the Orange Walk Town Hall, and despite scarce resources, we get the work done. And it is not only about infrastructure work, but about forging ties in the community, providing opportunities for entrepreneurs and businesses and an atmosphere which allows for the growth and development of our people and our community. Stay strong. Together we will make it happen.

PUBLIC AUCTION SALE BY ORDER OF THE CHARGEE HOLY REDEEMER CREDIT UNION LIMITED, a Licensed Public Auctioneer will sell on site the following property at the time as listed. At No. 224 Corner Aracari & Woodpecker Streets, Vista Del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District, Belize on Wednesday November 14, 2018 at 2:00p.m.

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ALL THAT piece or parcel of land comprising 573.191 square metres being Parcel 596, Block 16 in the Vista Del Mar Registration Section situate at No. 224 Corner Aracari & Woodpecker Streets, Vista Del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District, Belize TOGETHER with a two-storey concrete structure with a gross floor area of 7680 square feet, occupied on the ground floor by a hardware store with residence above, the freehold property of ORLANDO PEREZ DATED this 31st day of October 2018

All sales are strictly cash and deemed final. For more information contact: HOLY REDEEMER CREDIT UNION LIMITED 1 HYDE’S LANE, BELIZE CITY, BELIZE Phone: (501) 224-5644 Fax: (501) 223-0738 Email: foreclosures@hrcubelize.org


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Corozal Town Council’s Mestizaje Cultural Festival The Mestizaje refers to the birth of the Mestizo culture, which historical data points out occurred here in Corozal Town (known then as Chactemal) when the Spaniard Gonzalo Guerrero went from prisoner to a warrior under Maya leadership. Guerrero eventually married Zazil Ha, the daughter of a Mayan leader, and they became the father and mother of the Mestizos. This was in the 1500s The rebirth of the Mestizaje celebration in Corozal saw the participation of local and Mexican cultural groups.

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NICE PEOPLE HAVE EMPTY WALLETS

2018

NOTICE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BELIZE A.D. 2018 (DIVORCE) ACTION NO.: 210

BETWEEN

(DIANACARINA DE LUCIO ( ( AND ( (JULIO CESAR DE LUCIO

PETITIONER

RESPONDENT

TO: JULIO CESAR DE LUCIO

George C. Price never needed money to support his ideals of equity and social justice

By: Dr. Pedro Villegas “When economic conditions are difficult, people tend to be less generous and protect themselves; the question of solidarity doesn’t mean much to them at that time”. –Kofi Annan– Are you an agreeable person? If so, a logical follow-up might be: how are your finances? Do you know why agreeable people have lower savings or higher debt, and they are also more likely to go to temporary bankrupt or default on their loans? A recent social study correlating personality traits with financial data in several countries worldwide found that agreeable people had lower savings, higher debt and higher bankruptcy rates. It demonstrated that the social environment where people grow strongly influence their perspectives concerning the relation between socioeconomic circumstances and the development of individuals and families. This social experiment conducted by the Columbia University in New York, using a combination of questionnaires, interviews and bank data, found that people who score as more agreeable on personality tests have a better chance of ending up in difficult financial straits, especially if they come from a low-income family. The researchers also combined personality data on millions of people in America and Europe with regional data on how many people were unable to pay their debts on time. They found, again, that the nicer a county or local area’s people on average was, the worse their finances were. Most of the interviewed people erroneously used to think that generosity and goodness was a personality disorder or a mental illness. They supported their affirmation on the factor that these agreeable people were irresponsible or just did not care much about money. Maybe they erroneously picked up the tab more often, or loan money when they can’t afford to. They identified this phycological characteristic as “generous by fault”. But the most important finding of this study is the strong correlation between nice people and positive human values like sincerity, decency, honesty, accountability, transparency and absence of criminality. On the other hand, stingy ones were associated with angry, disagreeable, arrogant anti-social and disrespectful people. So why do we criticize them? One

way we could reframe this is saying, most of the people care about money just for themselves, they don’t care about it for their family, they don’t care about it for the people that love them. They consider that by sharing with others, you mismanage your money and it’s not just going to affect you, but it’s also going to affect all the people you care about, and that you love deeply. This selfish point of view is the reason why we daily observe families destroyed for money without taking care of each other, rather than celebrate the blessing of being a family. Being a nice person is not a sin, it is a divine blessing! How could we describe agreeable people? Those who care about other people with worse financial situation? If we succeed in teaching all people to be nicer, we will be better citizens, better friends, better family. It starts at home by teaching our children decency and humility, then responsibilities will be more equally distributed. So, if the agreeable persons multiply, we will definitely build a better country, a better society, a better humanity. The Former Prime Minister of Belize, George Cadle Price is a clear example of o great agreeable and humble person with every single Belizean. He taught us how lead by example, how humanity and solidarity have no limits. Now Belize is frozen in time, our Constitution is being tampered with, our Law Enforcement Agencies are powerless to combat crime. We are currently observing the human greed for money by corrupt practices and a dormant law enforcement system in Belize. The remedy is a dedicated leadership and an awakened people willing to change this tide as George C. Price did in 1981. Solidarity and humbleness never expire! Do not feel sad or depressed for being an agreeable person, on the contrary, feel proud of being a good person because you have human values that are not abundant currently. You are a super hero, you are a great person, you do not need to have a full wallet to be happy. Other people appreciate you, follow you and respect you, not because of your money, but for your big heart. You can reach your own conclusions. God bless Belize.

TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for dissolution of marriage dated 19th day of June, 2018, endorsed with a notice to you to appear and answer the charges therein has been filed in the Supreme Court of Belize, by DIANA CARINA DE LUCIO and that you are required within twenty eight (28) days of the second publication hereof, inclusive of the day at such publication, to enter an appearance, either in person or by your attorney, at the Registry of the Supreme Court in Belize City, Belize should you think fit so to do and thereafter to make answer to the charges in the said Amended Petition AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that in default of your so doing the COURT will proceed to hear the said charges proved and pronounce judgement, your absence notwithstanding. This Petition is filed and this Notice to appear is by Musa & Balderamos LLP of # 91 North Front Street, Belize City, Belize, Attorneys-at-Law for the Petitioner, DIANA CARINA LUCIO. DATED this 17th day of October, 2018 SABITA MAHARAJ DEPUTY REGISTRAR

For Sale By Order of the Mortgagee Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd., a company duly registered under the Companies Act, Chapter 250 of the Laws of Belize, Revised Edition, 2000, and having its registered office at Cor. Albert and Bishop Streets, Belize City, Belize, hereby gives notice of its intention to exercise its power of sale as Mortgagee under a Deed of Mortgage made the 25th day of May, 2016, between CASA DE SUENO ESTATES LTD., a company duly registered under the Companies Act, Chapter 250 of the Laws of Belize, Revised Edition, 2000, and having its registered office at Blue Creek, Orange Walk District, Belize, C.A. (hereinafter called “the Barrower”) of the other part, and SCOTIABANK (BELIZE) LTD. (hereinafter called “the Bank”) of the other part and recorded as LTU-201600840, the said Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd. will at the expiration of two months from the date of the first publication of this notice sell the property described in the schedule hereto. All offers to purchase the said property must be made in writing and full particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained from the said Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd. SCHEDULE ALL THAT lot, piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 41 containing 1094.514 square metres situate between North Stann Creek and Mile 6.5 Stann Creek Valley Road, Stann District, bounded and described as shown on Plan of Subdivision in Register No. 29, Entry No. 13954 in the Lands and Surveys Department, City of Belmopan, Cayo District, Belize,TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. DATED this 24th day of October, 2018.

MUSA & BALDERAMOS LLP 91 North Front Street Belize City Attorneys-at-Law for Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd.


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Power, Money and Service By Gilroy Usher, Sr. The UDP standard bearer convention in the Port Loyola Division on Sunday November 4, 2018 had more than average turnout for political conventions in the area, because it was also a leadership contest for the party with limitless cash. In leading up to the event Ministers Faber and Saldivar, who are each vying to replace Barrow as Party Leader

and Prime Minister, if he steps down a couple of months before the next general election, as promised, joined together and financed the standard bearer bid of defeated City Councilor Willoughby with tons of cash. That was done to block a possible three-way leadership race with Attorney General Michael Peyrefitte, whose candidacy for standard bearer in the Port was lavishly financed by Denise “Sister B” Barrow, who is the PM’s sister as well as several Ministers, including Anthony “Boots” Martinez, who is the Area Representative for Port Loyola. Peyrefitte’s leadership ambition was

also indirectly supported by the PM. In the four-way race, Willoughby won on Sunday. Either Faber or Saldivar will therefore, most likely be the new UDP leader and PM early next year if PM Barrow keeps his promise to steps down from office a couple of months before the next general election. Due to terrible unemployment in Port, especially among single mothers, many persons from the division used Sunday’s convention to earn from $50.00 to $200.00 depending on what a person did for a particular candidate. Scores of those persons also made it clear that they have no allegiance to the red and only came out for the money cause things dead in the area. Most Ministers use taxpayers’ money derived through bloated contracts to finance political campaigns. If a minimum 1,500 persons were paid $50.00 each to be at Sunday’s convention, which amounts to $75,000.00 of taxpayers’ money in a giveaway for a oneday event. What a naked abuse of taxpayer’s money! If these Ministers can spend over $75,000.00 of taxpayer’s money on a convention, why can’t these same ministers use taxpayers’ money to provide us with land, jobs, better health care, proper housing, adequate roads, recreational facilities, and other basic things for a better life that we the taxpayers of this country rightly deserve? The new UDP standard-bearer for Port is all glitters with no results. Years ago, he was rejected as a candidate in the Freetown Division due to non-performance. This person cannot be trusted when big

money is involved. In the words of former UDP City Councilor Dean Samuels “He courted the people of Albert for over a year, then suddenly accepted an offer to abandon his candidacy in the division.” As head of NEMO Belize City, the new standard-bearer for Port denied housing assistance to Miss Dorla Smith many other persons in the divisions, who homes were severely damaged by hurricane, because they were suspected of being PUP supporters. In his 12 years at City Council instead of denouncing the massive corruption under Mayor Moya with under deposit and Mayor Bradley with bloated contracts for concrete streets, the new UDP standard-bearer for Port pretend not to see, hear, or know of anything

wrong about City Hall. This person was also rejected as his party mayoral candidate for City Hall, and in the recent City Council in March. He was part of the UDP slate that was soundly rejected by the residents of Belize City, including the good people of Port of for nepotism, cronyism burdensome taxes, wanton neglect of the city, and corruption. Despite tons of money for his political campaign the new red standard-bearer for the Port Loyola Division built a tiny bleachers without top that can barely seat six persons at the basketball court on Pen Rd. Power, money, and service should benefit the people. People in Port are tired of suffering for over 15 years in the red.

UNICOMER is seeking a leader with strong work ethic and excellent people skills to join as

Technical Service Manager

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Develop and implement strategies to ensure service level is in accordance with company standards. Manage workflow of the team to attain efficiencies and performance targets.

Manage the operations of the department and make recommendations for opportunities to generate revenue or reduce expenditures. Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management.

Minimum of five (5) years’ management experience.

Must be able to manage difficult situations.

Having technical knowledge of repairing products is an asset.

Being mobile and bilingual is an asset.

Please send resume to: Director of Human Capital Email: human_resources_bz@unicomer.com Closing date: November 27th, 2018.

NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the below companies have been dissolved and struck off the International Business Companies Register with effect from the dates indicated: Name of Company

Date

GALLIAN VENTURES INC.

16th October, 2018

Lamar Business Corp.

17th October, 2018

Tessa Finance Corp.

17th October, 2018

Nicole Equities S.A.

24th October, 2018

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PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES Hattieville; Tropical Park; Ladyville Belize District

BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following properties ON SITE on Tuesday 20th November 2018 at theAUCTION times below listed: PUBLIC SALES: PROPERTIES Hattieville; Tropical Park; Ladyville Belize District BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following properties ON SITE on Tuesday 20th November 2018 at the times below listed: 1. At Lot No. 138 Hattieville Village, Belize District at 10:00 am:

ALL THAT piece of land or parcel containing 1,152 sq. ft. being Lot 138 situate in Hattieville Village, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,152 sq. ft.] 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + front porch situate in Hattieville Village, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Anna Mejia and Mr. Daniel Mejia) 2. At Lot No. 775 Tropical Park, George Price Highway, Belize District at 10:45 am:

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ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 724.665 s. m. being Lot 775 situate at Tropical Park, George Price Highway, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen] and lot [724.665 S. M.] situate at Tropical Park, George Price Highway, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Orissa Molina) At Lots Nos. 31 & 32 near Mile 12 Phillip Goldson Highway, Ladyville, Belize District at 11:45 am:

ALL THOSE [2] pieces or parcels of land together containing 1813.762 S.M. being Lots Nos. 31 and 32 situate near Mile 12 Phillip Goldson Highway, Ladyville, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete two storey dwelling house [4,418 sq. ft.] [5 Bedrooms + 5 Bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen/Family Rooms] and lots [1,813.762 S.M.] situate near Mile 12 Phillip Goldson Highway, Ladyville, Belize District, the freehold properties of Ms. Shirley Cornejo). TERMS: STRICTLY CASH

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MEGA PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES Belize District; Stann Creek & Toledo Districts

BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell following properties at the locations, dates MEGA PUBLIC the AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES Belize District; Stann Creek & Toledo Districts BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following properties at and times below listed: the locations, dates and times below listed: 1.

********************Belize District Properties *********************** At No. 170 Beltex Avenue, Belama Phase 1, Belize City on Tuesday 20th November 2018 at 6:00 pm: 9 Acres north of the Sibun River, Freetown, Belize City:

(Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,401 sq. ft.] [3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + covered entry porch] and lot situate on Maskall Village Road, Belize District, the leasehold property of Ms. Sherett Brackett & Mr. Ammon Brackett) Parcel No. 466 West Canal Street, Belize City:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Albert/Mesop 45 466 (Being three storey concrete structure [5,400 sq. ft.] [Ground Floor: Warehouse; First Floor: 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen; Second Floor: 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen] and lot [291.246 S.M.] situate on West Canal Street, Belize City, the freehold property of Messrs. Perez Hardware Store/Mr. Orlando Perez).

All that piece or parcel of land being Block No. 6 comprising 9 acres situate north of the Sibun River in the vicinity of Freetown, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being 9 acres of vacant land situate north of the Sibun River in the vicinity of Freetown, Belize District, the freehold property of Ms. Taheera A Ahmad) 2. Lot No. 33 Boom Pine Ridge Area on the Boom Hattieville Road, Belize District:

ALL THAT piece of land or parcel being Lot No. 33 situate in the Boom Pine Ridge Area on the Boom Hattieville Road, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen situate in the Boom Pine Ridge Area on the Boom Hattieville Road, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Santiago G. Padilla Jr.) 3. Parcel No. 717 Vista Del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Vista Del Mar 16 717 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [348.26 S.M.] 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen and lot situate at No. 717 Vista del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Jose Perez) 4. Lot No. 20B Neal Pen Road, Port Loyolaville, Belize City:

********************Stann Creek & Toledo Districts Properties *********************** In front Messrs. Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd., Corner Main & Prince Streets, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District on Wednesday 21st November 2018 at 10:00 am: ************************Stann Creek District************************ 1. Lots Nos. 42 and 43, Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcels of land being Lot Nos. 42 and 43, Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District, TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen and lot situate at Lots Nos. 42 and 43, Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold properties of Ms. Ycela Cuthkelvin) 2. Lot No. 44 Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 44 Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District, TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a vacant Lot situate in Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Ycela Cuthkelvin) 3. Lot No. 238 Old Mullins River Road, Pomona Village, Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Port Loyolaville 45 2319 (Being an elevated timber structure 5 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen + 2 porch and lot situate at through an alley at Lot 20B Neal Pen Road, Belize City, the freehold property of Ms. Beverly A Sylvester) 5. Lot No. 24 Topnachick, Vista Del Mar, Ladyville, Belize District:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Vista Del Mar 16 123 ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 475.918 S.M. situate at No. 24 Topnachick Street, Mitchell Estate, Ladyville TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1,288 sq. ft.] 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen situate on Topnachick Street, Mithcell Estate, Ladyville, Belize District, the freehold property of Mr. Dennis Matthews & Mr. Trevor Matthews) Lot No. 142 Lord’s Bank Village, Belize District:

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ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing 743.050 square meters being Lot No. 142 situate in Lord’s Bank Village, Belize District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [2,700 sq. ft.] and lot [743.050 S.M.] containing 4 Bedrooms + 3 Bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen (Mahogany Cabinets), security bars and tiled, the freehold property of Mr. Andrew Barnes.) Lot No. 482 Regent Street West, Belize City:

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ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 238 situated along the Old Mullins River Road, Pomona Village, Stann Creek TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house: 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen + front deck and lot [.] situate along the Old Mullins River Road, Pomona Village, Stann Creek, the freehold property of Ms. Tanya M. Chavarria.) 4. Lot No. 400 Savannah Road, Independence Village, Stann Creek District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being Lot No. 400 situate along Savannah Road, Independence Village, Stann Creek District TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a two storey concrete structure containing Ground Floor: Pharmacy and consultation facility + 6 bedrooms + 6 bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen + enclosed courtyard + carport + front verandah ; First Floor: 12 one bedroom units with bathrooms + residence 3 bedrooms + 3 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [640.165 S.M.] situate along Savannah Road, Independence Village, Stann Creek District. The freehold property of Ms. Maria J. Rodriguez) 5. Parcel No. 1329 Banak Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Dangriga South 31 1329 (Being a timber & concrete 1 1/2 storey structure [Ground Floor: 1 bedroom + 1 bathroom, First Floor: 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen] and lot [555.3248 S.Y.] situate at Parcel No. 1329 Banak Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Oscar Reyes and Ms. Karen Reyes) 6. Parcel No. 24/1 Dangriga North Area, Dangriga, Stann Creek District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Albert/Mesop 45 1641 (Being a two storey concrete structure [2,135 sq. ft.] 10 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + Living/Dining/Kitchen and lot situate at No. 482 Regent Street West Belize City, the freehold property of Mr. Lisbey Leal) Lot No. 39 Fresh Pond Area, Burrell Boom Pine Ridge, Boom/Hattieville Road, Belize District:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Dangriga South 31 24/1 (Being a elevated concrete dwelling house [1,524 sq. ft.] containing 4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [371.463 S.M.] situate in Dangriga North Area, Dangriga, Stann Creek District, the leasehold property of Ms. Delsia Aranda) Parcel No. 1262 Corner Salmwood Road and Pine Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District:

(The freehold property of Ms. Letricia Lamb and Ms. Ian Phillips) Parcel No. 246 Maskall Village Road, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION Belize Rural North

BLOCK 11

PARCEL 246/1

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Dangriga South 31 1262 (Being a elevated concrete dwelling house [1,600 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen + laundry and lot [571.980 S.M.] situate at Corner Salmwood Road and Pine Street, Dangriga, Stann Creek District, the freehold property of Mr. Leron Cayetano) 8. Lot No. 132 situate in Hope Creek Village, Stann Creek District:


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MEGA PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES Belize District; Stann Creek & Toledo Districts

BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following properties at the locations, dates and times below listed: 11.

(The freehold property of Mr. Marcel Jacobs) Parcel No. 926 Far West Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 926 (Being and elevated dwelling house [932 sq. ft.] + Shed [449 sq. ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot [533.33 S.Y.] situate on Far West Street, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Rene Pennell) Lot No. 157 Forest Home Village Extension, Toledo District:

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(The freehold property of Mr. David Duncan) 50.00 Acres Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

(The freehold property of Mr. Eduardo Saravia) ************************Toledo District Properties************************* 1. 17 Acres 2 rods 14 poles of developed land situate along the Punta Gorda/San Antonio Road, Toledo District:

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land being 17 acres 2 rods 14 poles of land situate on the left ascending the Punta Gorda/ San Antonio Road, Toledo District Belize, TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [1 bedroom + 1 bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen + front Bar/restaurant facility situate on the left ascending the Punta Gorda/ San Antonio Road, Toledo District, the freehold properties of Mr. Derrick D. Williams and Mr. Roy Williams) 2. Lot No. 2 West of Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

(The freehold property of Ms. Priscilla Graham and Mr. Dennis Moore) All THAT piece or parcel of land containing 841.073 square meters being Lot No. 2 situated West of Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms + living/dining/kitchen and lot [841.073 S.M.] situate at Lot No. 2 West of Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Cardinal Smith (Deceased) 3. 147.228 Acres San Marcos Agricultural Area, Toledo District:

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All that parcel of land being 147.228 acres situate in the San Marcos Agricultural Area, Toledo District, bounded and described in plan 717 of 200 TOGETHER with all buildings and erections standing and being thereon. (Being a 2 storey concrete structure + traditional Mayan kitchen + recreational facility + storage/utility area and private water system situate in San Marcos Agricultural Area, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Marcial Mess) 4. Parcel No. 272 A Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION Punta Gorda

BLOCK 42

PARCEL 272

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(Being a vacant lot [408.277 S.M.] situate on A Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Ms. Anne Neal) 0.64 Acre Jacintoville, Toledo District:

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(The freehold property of Messrs. Pete & NJ’s Trucking) Lot No. 4 Big Falls Village, Toledo District:

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(The leasehold property of Mr. Juan De Dios Poom) Parcel No. 548 West Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 548 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [840 sq. ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + covered porch and lot [646.116 S.M.] situate on West Street, Punta Gorda, Toledo District, the freehold property of Mr. Glen Enriquez & Mr. Lloyd Enriquez) 8. 1041.510 S.M. San Antonio Village, Toledo District:

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(The freehold property of Mr. Juan Ich and Mr. Jesus Ich) Parcel No. 991/2 Corner West & Kiskadee Streets, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Punta Gorda 42 991/2 (Being a two storey multifamily dwelling house [1920 sq. ft.] containing Ground Floor: 4 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + verandah; First Floor: Rental Units 4 bedrooms (2 of which equipped with private bathrooms) other 2 shared bathroom + living/dining/kitchen and lot situate corner West & Kiskadee Streets, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, the leasehold property of Ms. Nora Garay and Mr. Oliver Garay) Block 41 Main road leading to Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District:

RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS UNDERGO TRAINING EXERCISE IN PSYCHO-SOCIAL SUPPORT

Belize City: Monday 7th November Fifteen members of the Belize Red Cross Society participated in a fiveday seminar in Psychosocial Support. The Belize Red Cross is always present giving assistance in the aftershock of a disaster but with this exercise the scope of the support will include assisting those who have been disturbed by the devastation of the disaster. This training exercise is part of the Red Cross’ capacity building initiative which will improve knowledge of members and enhance the programs that will allow the Red Cross to work together with partners who are already working in that field but which will also allow members to provide psychosocial support to persons affected in disasters, especially children. The training exercise also enable the society to build an integrated network structure to link with other partners and stake holders. The Belize Red Cross volunteers are usually the first responders to render support to victims in times of disasters, they have been trained in different modules and resilience in community and have to understand first of all what is the needs, what is the emergency and be able to work with the individuals and the community at large. The fifteen members that participated in the psychosocial support training exercise received a certificate of recognition.


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2018

Dry Spell: Canada Runs Low on Legal Marijuana Just Weeks after Its Approval New York Times: Wednesday 7th November 2018 Canada is running low on legal pot three weeks after the government approved the use of recreational marijuana, a shortage that is sending some frustrated consumers back to the black market. At least three provinces — Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick — are facing a dearth of legal marijuana and two of them have seen outlets selling cannabis temporarily shut down for lack of supply. “We need more weed!” said

Trevor Tobin, who teamed up with his mother to open a marijuana retailer called High North in Labrador City, Newfoundland, a small mining town near the Quebec border. He said his suppliers did not grow enough plants and don’t have enough packaging equipment. “It is the law of supply and demand,” Mr. Tobin said. The shortage threatens to undermine a major aim of legalization: to tame an illegal marijuana trade estimated

POLICE STING HAD NO BITE!

Alleged Narco Traffickers walked with No-Charge because of lack of evidence Belize City: Thursday 8th November 2018 Last Friday with all the fanfare the Police department called a press conference to boast and announce that Police Intelligence yielded a big catch of 15 bales or 479 kilos, which is almost 100 pounds of Cocaine and a cache of firearms and also the capture of 12 Guatemalans and 1 Belizean that they characterized as the masterminds of drug trafficking. This was a multi-agency Sting-Operation involving the Belize Coast Guard and the Belize Defence Force along with their sleuths. The operation was carried out mid-afternoon last Thursday where according to them; they had a surveillance on a Boston Whaler who moored at the Princess Hotel and Casino and also that their intel led them to an area on the Coastal Road where they chased after a single-engine Cessna aircraft that they believed was a drug plane seeking a landing but chased the aircraft instead to another destination. The high command of the police continued with their chronological nonsense that the continued along the Coastal and by a stroke of luck, they discovered a parked vehicle loaded with cocaine. They searched around and thereafter the picked up 12 Guatemalans and the Belizean businessman from Louisiana, Orange Walk. By Sunday the 4th of November, a local newspaper in their social media Breaking News announces that according to their police confidential source two packs of cocaine went missing. By Monday afternoon, police was denying that any cocaine went missing. They also announced that their intelligence was fake on the ground that 7 of the 12 Guatemalans were freed of suspicion but were handed over to immigration authorities who gave them an OTL. The remaining five were pinned with fire arm related charges but exempted of any connection to the bales of cocaine found and were remanded to Hattieville Prison. The Belizean got off free of the Drug find, and his name was not revealed. So, in short we have 478 kilos of cocaine found in the pan of a Belize registered vehicle that police don’t care to investigate the owner because it might just tun out to be Pandoras Box. It leaves to wonder, what kind of intelligence the police department is working with, and it yields a conclusion to the state of their policing.

at about 5.3 billion Canadian dollars annually. Angry consumers across the country say they are returning to their illegal dealers. In Montreal, several pot smokers said their illegal dealers were taking advantage of the shortage by hawking home delivery services and lowering prices.

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PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES Corozal & Orange Walk Districts; San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District

BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Messrs. The Belize Bank Limited, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following properties at locations, dates and times below listed:

PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES Corozal & Orange Walk Districts; San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Messrs. The Belize Bank Limited, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following properties at locations, dates and times below listed: A.) Corozal and Orange Walk Districts At Unit No. 4 Corner Belize/Corozal and San Antonio Roads, (First Traffic Light) Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District on Monday 12th November 2018 at 1:30 pm: 1.

Parcel No. 1080 Pucte Villas Subdivsion, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Ann Gabourel 4 1080 (Being a vacant lot [557.35 S.M.] situate in Pucte Villas Subdivision, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Mr. Marlo Perrera) 2. Parcel No. 16/1 San Estevan Village, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Estevan 4 16/1 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [25 ft. X 34 ft.] + Building B measuring [13 ft. X 19 ft.] and lot [1,039 S.M. or 1,242.64 S.Y.] situate in the Village of San Estevan, Orange Walk District, the leasehold property of Ms. Irma Olivera) 3. Parcel No. 206/1 Carmelita Village, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION Carmelita

BLOCK 1

PARCEL 206/1

(Being an incomplete building and lot [1,042.6 S.M. or 1,246.95 S.Y.] situated in Carmelita Village, Orange Walk District, leasehold property of Mr. Zayne Palacio) 4. Parcel No. 1290 San Felipe Street, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Ann Gabourel 4 1290 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [34 ft. X 36 ft.] containing 3 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + front, side & back porches and lot [447.22 sq. yds.] situate on San Felipe Street, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Ms. Lilia Constantino) 5. Parcel No. 2923 off the San Antonio Road, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Orange Walk Town 4 38 (Being a concrete dwelling house elevated 2.5 feet above grade measuring first [44 ft. X 34 ft.] + [13 ft. X 17 ft.]+ garage [19 ft. X 21 ft.] + laundry/storeroom [13 ft. X 19 ft.] + recreation den [13 ft. X 19 ft.] containing Master Bedroom/Bathroom/Walk-in-Closet + 2 other Bedrooms with shared Bathroom + Small Office + Living/Dining/Kitchen + Porch [6 ft. X 44 ft.] and lot [1950.70 square meters or 2333.04 square yards] situate at corner Cactus Street & Oleander Avenue, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Mr. Carl Michael Meggs) 8. Parcels Nos. 262 & 265 Ramonal Zapote, S.E. Registration Section, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS Ramonal Zapote/S.E. 1 262 & 265 (Being SUGAR CANE LANDS: Parcel 262- 10.00 acres; Parcel 265 - 10.00 acres both parcels old sugar cane fields situate approx. 1.6 kilometers west of the Buena Vista-Libertad Road and 1.8 kilometers east of the Phillip Goldson Highway, Corozal District, the freehold properties of Messrs. Chico's Co. Ltd.) 9. Parcels Nos. 306 & 308 Libertad Rural Registration Section, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS Libertad Rural 1 306 & 308 (Being SUGAR CANE LANDS: Parcel 306 - 39.983 acres (approx. 8 acres presently with good cane); Parcel 308 - 31.166 acres (approx. 6.5 acres with newly planted cane) [remaining portions both parcels old ratoon sugar cane]. A section of the frontage of Parcel No. 308 have direct access to the Libertad - Buena Vista Road a main thoroughfare between the villages of Buena Vista, Caledonia and Libertad. Parcel No. 306 is along secondary farm road both parcels approx. 6.5 kilometers south of the old Libertad factory, the freehold properties of Messrs. Chico's Co. Ltd.) 10. Parcel No. 244 Caledonia Village, Corozal District:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS Caledonia Village 1 244 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [30 ft. X 59 ft.] containing 4 Bedrooms + 1 Bathroom + Living/Dining/Kitchen + small Store Room + Laundry Shed 15 ft. X 15 ft. and lot [1,378.19 square meters or 1,648.31 square yards] situate in Caledonia Village, Corozal District, the freehold properties of Messrs. Chico's Co. Ltd.) Parcel No. 770 corner 7th Avenue and 6th Street South, Corozal Town, Corozal District:

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REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Corozal Central 1 770 th (Being concrete commercial building and lot situate at corner 7 Avenue and 6th Street South, Corozal Town, Corozal District, the freehold property of Mr. Ricardo Gomez) Parcel No. 525 Santa Elena Commercial Freezone, Santa Elena, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Ann Gabourel 4 2923 (Being a vacant lot [1154.802 S.M.] situate off the San Antonio Road, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Ms. Lilia Novelo) 6. Parcel No. 3245 off May Plum Street, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Orange Walk Town 4 3245 (Being an elevated metal/timber dwelling house (16 ft. X 20 ft.) and lot [555.50] square yards situate off May Plum Street, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District, the leasehold property of Mr. Joseph Jacobs and Ms. Marlita Jacobs) 7. Parcel No. 38 corner Cactus Street & Oleander Avenue, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Santa Elena 1 525/1 (Being a vacant lot containing 881.79 S.Y. situate inside the Santa Elena Commercial Freezone, Santa Elena, Corozal District, the leasehold property of Mr. Eudaldo Santiago Briceno) 10. Parcel No. 526 Santa Elena Commercial Freezone, Santa Elena, Corozal District:

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PUBLIC AUCTION SALES: PROPERTIES Corozal & Orange Walk Districts; San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District

BY ORDER of the Mortgagees, Messrs. The Belize Bank Limited, Licensed Auctioneer Kevin A. Castillo will sell the following properties at locations, dates and times below listed:

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16. Parcels Nos. 21, 42 & 280 Libertad Registration Section, Corozal District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Santa Elena 1 526/1 (Being a vacant lot containing 614.33 S.Y. situate inside the Santa Elena Commercial Freezone, Santa Elena, Corozal District, the leasehold property of Mr. Graciano Briceno) 11. Parcel No. 2756 Unity Street, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Orange Walk Town 4 2756 (Being an elevated timber dwelling house [14 ft. X 35 ft.] + addition [15 ft. X 29 ft.] and lot [547.690 S.M.] situate on Unity Street, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Ms. Eulocadia Magana). 12. Parcel No. 24 San Jose Palmar Village, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Jose Palmar 4 24 (Being a two concrete buildings: Building No. 1 [24 ft. X 38 ft.] 4 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen; Building No. 2 L-Shaped [8 ft. X 11 ft.] + [17 ft. X 18 ft.] 2 bedrooms + living/kitchen and lot containing 0.363 acre or 1,756.92 square yards situate in San Jose Palmar Village, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Mr. Edgar Salas.) 13. Parcel No. 1189 in an Alley off San Francisco Street, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL Orange Walk Town 4 1189 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [24 ft. X 26 ft. + bathroom addition 8 ft. X 8 ft.] containing 2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom + living/dining/kitchen + laundry/open ended shed 8 ft. X 16 ft. + block wall storeroom 5 ft. X 8 ft. and lot [371.988 S.M. or 444.90 S.Y.] situate in an Alley of San Francisco Street, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Mr. Gilbert Bernard Jr.). 14. Parcel No. 754 San Jose Palmar, Orange Walk District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS Libertad 1 21, 42 & 280 (Being SUGAR CANE LANDS: Parcel 21 - 37.29 acres [33 ACRES cultivated with sugar cane] situate 1.7 kilometers west of Libertad-Buena Vista Road, Corozal District; Parcel 42 - 20.79 acres [14 ACRES cultivated with sugar cane] situate 1.5 kilometers southwest of Libertad Village, Corozal District; Parcel 232 - 42 acres [16 ACRES cultivated with sugar cane] situate 1.8 kilometers south of Libertad Village on the main Buena Vista-Libertad Road with electricity accessibility, Corozal District ; Parcel 280 - 19.99 acres [19.99 ACRES cultivated with sugar cane] situate 240 meters west of the Libertad-Buena Vista Road and approximately 7 kilometers south of Libertad Village, Corozal District, the freehold properties of Mr. Leonard Folgarait) B.) SAN PEDRO, AMBERGRIS CAYE: At The Belize Bank Limited Parking Lot, Barrier Reef Drive, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District on Tuesday 13th November 2018 at 10:00 am: 1. Parcels Nos. 8172, 8173, 8180 & 8181 West of Grand Belizean Estates, north Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS San Pedro 7 8172, 8173, 8180 & 8181 (Being four, vacant lots [418.06 square meters (500.00 sq.yds.) each] situate in Phase 3 Ambergris Bay Subdivision, west of Grand Belizean Estates, North Ambergris Caye, Belize District, the freehold properties of Mr. Leonel Reyes) 2. Parcels Nos. 10075 & 10076 Santa Rita Area, north Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCELS San Pedro 7 10075 & 10076 (Being two vacant lots [10075 - 492 S.Y.] and [10076 - 548 S.Y.] situate in the Santa Rita area of North Ambergris Caye in a small subdivision West of the Resort called Belize Legacy, the freehold properties of Messrs. Legacy Group Limited) 2. Parcel No. 2826 west of Marina Road, approx. ½ Kilometer northeast of the Marina Area, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District:

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Pedro 7 2826 (Being a vacant lagoon front parcel of land situate west of Marina Road, approx. ½ Kilometer Northeast of the Marina Area in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize District containing 689.327 S.M., the freehold property of Mr. Michael Estephan).

REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Jose Palmar 4 754 (Being a concrete bungalow dwelling house [26 ft. X 26 ft.] and lot [1045.113 square meters or 1249.96 square yards] situate in San Jose Palmar, Orange Walk District, the freehold property of Mr. Walter Tejeda & Ms. Iris Lovina Tejada) 15. Parcel No. 120 Phillip Goldson Highway, Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk District:

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TERMS: STRICTLY CASH REGISTRATION SECTION BLOCK PARCEL San Jose Palmar 4 120/1 (Being a two storey concrete residential complex and lot situate beside the Phillip Goldson Highway, Orange Walk Town, the leasehold property of Mr. Luis Romeo Urbina)

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REVISION NOTICE

THE BELIZE TIMES

2018

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the ORANGE WALK EAST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Orange Walk Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

ELECTIONS AND BOUNDARIES DEPARTMENT ELECTIONS AND BOUNDARIES DEPARTMENT Re-Registration of Electors Exercise 2018 Revision Notices Revision Notices

Re-Registration of Electors Exercise 2018

Signed: PATRICIA ARANA Revising Officer

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE

R.R. 25(3) REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the ORANGE WALK CENTRAL ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Orange Walk Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: PATRICIA ARANA Revising Officer

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the COROZAL BAY ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Corozal Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: LIONEL OLIVERA Revising Officer R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the FREETOWN ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the COROZAL NORTH ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Corozal Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: LIONEL OLIVERA Revising Officer

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the CARIBBEAN SHORES ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

REVISION NOTICE

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the COROZAL SOUTH EAST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Corozal Town. Signed: LIONEL OLIVERA Revising Officer

R.R. 25(3) REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

R.R. 25(3)

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the PICKSTOCK ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

REVISION NOTICE

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

THE GENERAL PUBLIC is hereby notified that the New Register of Electors for the COROZAL SOUTH WEST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Corozal Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: LIONEL OLIVERA Revising Officer

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE

R.R. 25(3)

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

R.R. 25(3)

R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the FORT GEORGE ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the ORANGE WALK NORTH ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Orange Walk Town.

R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: PATRICIA ARANA Revising Officer R.R. 25(3)

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the ALBERT ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the ORANGE WALK SOUTH ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Orange Walk Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: PATRICIA ARANA Revising Officer REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the QUEEN’S SQUARE ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the ORANGE WALK EAST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Orange Walk Town.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE Signed: PATRICIA ARANA Revising Officer

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

R.R. 25(3)

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the PORT LOYOLA ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer R.R. 25(3)


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R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

Signed: ARETHA FORD Revising Officer

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R.R. 25(3) REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

ELECTIONS AND BOUNDARIES DEPARTMENT REVISION NOTICE

REVISION NOTICE

Re-Registration of Electors Exercise 2018 Revision Notices

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the PORT LOYOLA ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the CAYO NORTH EAST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, San Ignacio Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: ARETHA FORD Revising Officer

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the COLLET ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

R.R. 25(3)

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the CAYO CENTRAL ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, San Ignacio Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: ARETHA FORD Revising Officer

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE

REVISION NOTICE

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the LAKE INDEPENDENCE ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City.

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the CAYO WEST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Benque Viejo Del Carmen Town.

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

Signed: MERLENE MOODY Revising Officer

R.R. 25(3)

R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REVISION NOTICE

REVISION NOTICE

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the MESOPOTAMIA ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the BELMOPAN ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belmopan City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: JANELL VILLANUEVA-PENNIL Revising Officer

R.R. 25(3) REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the BELIZE RURAL NORTH ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: JANELL VILLANUEVA-PENNIL Revising Officer R.R. 25(3)

Signed: SHARON FRASER Revising Officer

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the DANGRIGA ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Dangriga Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: MANNON DENNISON Revising Officer

R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the BELIZE RURAL SOUTH ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, San Pedro Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the CAYO SOUTH ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belmopan City.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the BELIZE RURAL CENTRAL ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court 1, Magistrate’s Court Building, Belize City.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

REVISION NOTICE

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

R.R. 25(3)

Signed: DEBORAH ROGERS Revising Officer

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the STANN CREEK WEST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Dangriga Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: MANNON DENNISON Revising Officer

R.R. 25(3) REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the CAYO NORTH ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, San Ignacio Town.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: ARETHA FORD Revising Officer R.R. 25(3)

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the TOLEDO EAST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Punta Gorda Town.. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: MICHELLE TRAPP Revising Officer R.R. 25(3)

REVISION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the CAYO NORTH EAST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, San Ignacio Town.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

DATED this 5th day of November, 2018 Signed: ARETHA FORD Revising Officer R.R. 25(3) REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRATION RULES (CAP. 9) Form No. 16

TAKE NOTICE that the New Register of Electors for the TOLEDO WEST ELECTORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 21st day of November, 2018 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’s Court, Magistrate’s Court Building, Punta Gorda Town. DATED this 5th day of November, 2018

Signed: MICHELLE TRAPP Revising Officer


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