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Sunday, July 6, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 1 No. 151 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008 Price $1.00 *STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR8*8TAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR* *STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR* STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STARSTAR*STAR*STAR*STAR*STAR No. 404 Sunday, July 6, 2014 Price $1.00 Please T ur n T o P ag e 1 5 Witnessing The Passing Of A Generation Witnessing The Passing Of A Generation Witnessing The Passing Of A Generation Witnessing The Passing Of A Generation Witnessing The Passing Of A Generation SANT A ELENA, Cayo, Friday July 4, 2014: It’ s with profound sadness that we record the passing of two wellknown Santa Elena women, Mrs. Pricilla Cruz Wiltshire and Mrs. Mar tha Oralia W aight. Mrs. Pricilla, better known as“Ma Pris” was born on November 14, 1936. She passedaway on W ednesday July 2, 2014. Ma Pris is survived by herhusband, Cecil Wiltshire ; daughters: Jacqueline and Janell as well as Sandra "T osh" Lanza. Sons: L yndon "Peels" and Dion Wiltshire ; brothers David Cruz of Belmopan and George Frazer ( BNTU Secretar y General) ; one sister Dor othy Frazer -Garbutt. She is also survived by 16 grandchil-dren, 1 1 great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and ahost of other relatives and manyand friends. A wake will be held on Friday 4 July at the W iltshire Residence on Zaiden Street inSanta Elena. Funeral services willbe held on Saturday July 6 at 2:00 pm at the Nazarene Churchin San Ignacio. She will be laid torest inside the Carmen MemorialCemetery in Santa Elena. Mrs. Martha was born onJanuary 15, 1943 and the Lordcalled her home on July 3, 2014.She is predeceased by her Superintendent of Police Dinsdale Timothy Thompson Read The Article On Page 15 Police Chief In Town There Is A New Mrs. Pricilla Cruz Wiltshire Mrs. Mar tha Oralia W aight

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Page 2 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 6, 2014 Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial W ester n Har dw are has all y our Plumbing Electrical & Construction supplies under one roof at reasonable prices. Ask for what you do not see, we can find those hard to get items. Why travel out of town to buy your supplies when W ester n Har dw are can sa tisfy all y our Plumbing, Electircal & Construction Needs. New Tires F or Sale W e ar e your One S top Shop!! So V isit us today!!!! “Y our One S top Construction & Home Improvement Shop” Phone: 824-2572/3494 Fax: 8243240 E-mail: westernhardware@hotmail.com 54 Burns A venue, San Ignacio, Cayo istrict, Belize C.A W e of f er the best in Pr of essional Building Maintenance Ser vices Wholesale & Retail W e of fer the best quality and prices on all your home furnishing needs!!! V isit us today and see our wide variety of stoves, beds, chest of drawers, refrigerators, LCD TVs, fans, beach cruiser bicycles, motorcycles, dinning tables and so much more..... Tel: 824-3099Cell: 652-0123 P .O Bo x 621 # 107 G eor g e Pric e Hig hway S ant a El ena, Ca y o Dist rict Be l iz e C.A As we journey through this life and witness the passing of thatgeneration just before ours, webegin to realize just how shortthis life is. Why are we not moreloving to each other? Why do wespend time hating and harmingone another? In the natural course of life, wehave come to accept the passingof our mothers and our fathers,this tells us that the nextgeneration on the way out is ours. Our children are nowhaving children, this makes usgrandparents, our children’ s children will soon be havingchildren, this makes us greatgrandparents. Do you honestlybelieve that you will be aroundto see your children’ s, children’ s, children’ s having children? The unstoppable passing of your Ar e Y ou A Hater Or Ar e Y ou A Lover? generation is at hand. It is when we reach thisjuncture in our lives that werealize just how short life is. Ifwe want to do our part in makinga better world it is imperative forthose with infant children toteach them to love and care forothers. The best way to do this isto educate your children. Preparethem for a successful life ahead.A child unprepared to face life’ s challenges will become amenace to society Let’ s stop hating and start loving each other Those who hate and harm others are testimoniesof the ill prepared. Ask yourself, were you prepared or ill preparedto face life challenges? Theanswer can be had by simply ask-ing yourself another question:Are you a hater or are you a lover? Maya Angelou Everything In Everything In Everything In Everything In Everything In The Universe Has The Universe Has The Universe Has The Universe Has The Universe Has Rhythm, Rhythm, Rhythm, Rhythm, Rhythm, Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances. CELL: 610-3503 or 627-9966 TEL: 824-4971 SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE W e sell: Digicell & Smar t phones. Kitchen Appliances. Cosmetics. Furniture (wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, bed & matress, chest of drawers, entert ainment center ) LCD TV’S. W indow & Split AC Units. W ashing Machines. S toves. Refrigerators. S toves. Bicycles. Motor cycles. Etc... Enjoy your Day With Great Graduation Deals Only At Shopper’S Choice. Follow us on Facebook Receive A FREE Gift For Every $500 Or Mor e Y ou Spend With Us.

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Page 4 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 6, 2014 Additional Flights and Route to Belize Belize City Belize – June 27 th 2014 – There is exciting news to report on the international flights to/from Belize. As the tourism numbers continue to grow the international airlines operating in Belize have recognized the demand for increased airlifts to Belize.Delta has responded by implementing additional flights through the Atlanta route to Belize. S tarting mid-December 2014, Delta will increase its Atlanta-Belize frequencies from 8 flights a week to 12. These additions will represent 596 seats more per week for the highseason from this key gateway The airline will also resume its Saturday non-stop Los Angeles – Belize flight on November 7, which is seven weeks earlier than last year and representsan additional 160 seats per week from the west coast of the USA for November and Decem-ber Also capitalizing on the growing demand for the destination, United Airlines has announced a new direct flight for Chicago-Belize. This new service will be available on Saturdays andwill be operational starting December 2014, to May 2015. United already flies to Belize from Houston and Newark Liberty When the new Chicago route resumes, Belize will be directly accessible via 7 major hubs inthe US: Miami, Florida Houston, T exas Dallas, T exas Los Angeles, California Charlotte, North Carolina Atlanta, Georgia Chicago, Illinois W ith these new developments in airlifts, the Belize T ourism Board expects an increase in the tourism numbers to Belize for the upcoming high season.About the Belize T ourism Board The Belize T ourism Board (BTB) is a statutory body within the Belize Ministry of T ourism, Culture and Civil A viation, and it is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the Minister of T ourism and Culture. The BTB works in conjunction with members of the private sector including the Belize Hotel Association, Belize T ourism Industry Association and Belize National T our Operators Association – and is dedicated to building tourism in the most economically and environmentally sustainable manner As a part of its responsibilities, the BTB promotes Belize as a premier tourism destination to both in-country and international consumers. Among its outreach to the international travel market, the BTB markets the country’ s unique attractions to travellers, members of the travel trade industry and media outlets in key markets.The BTB is also dedicated to developing and implementing tourism programs that will help strengthen and grow theBelizean tourism industry; promote good destination stewardship; and instil high quality standards for accommoda-tions and travel experiences. For more information on the BTB and its services, visit www .travelbelize.or g Contact:Miguel MartinezMedia & Public Relations OfficerBelize T ourism Board E-mail: mmartinez@travelbelize.org Contact: 227-2488 /227-2420W ebsite: www .travelbelize.or g

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Sunday, July 6, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 5 S S S S S acred H H H H H eart C C C C C ollege P .O. Box 163, San Ignacio, Cayo, Phone: (501) 824-2102, 824-2758, Fax: 824-3759Office of the President The following vacancy exists at Sacred Heart Junior College for the upcoming schoolyear:One FULL TIME Natural Resource Management Instructor Applicants for the above possition should have a minimum of a B.Sc. or a B.A. inthe discipline but graduate degrees would be an advantage, as well as teachingexperience at the tertiary level and experience in the field.Remuneration is commencurate with MOE approved salary scales.Application packages should include the following: a signed letter of application, aresume, a notarized copy of a university diploma showing the highest earned degree,certified or official university transcript(s), and two named referees with contactinformation.Completed application packages can be dropped off at the College, or emailed to president@shc.edu.bz. Applications can also be mailed to: The Secretary Board of Governors Sacred Heart College Joseph Andr ews Drive P .O. Box 163, San Ignacio, Cayo APPLICA TION DEADLINE: July 16, 2014 BELMOP AN, W ednesday July 2, 2014: The Belize Natural EnergyCharitable T rust announces the appointment of Government’ s Representative, Alber to August as its new Chairman. The T rust is a partnership between the Government ofBelize and the Belize NaturalEnergy Limited. The board ofT rustees comprises six members, three appointed by theGovernment of Belize and threeappointed by the Belize NaturalEnergy Limited. In accordance with the T rust Deed, signed on February 25,2008, the Chairmanship of theT rust rotates every two years. Chairman August took over from outgoing BNE Representative,Daniel Gutierez when the BNE Chairmanship expired on June 6.Apart from the change inchairmanship all six members ofthe T rust remain unchanged with Alber to August Elodio Aragon Jr ., and Ismael Requena representing the Government ofBelize along with Daniel Gutierez, Melanie Escalanteand Alan Gobie representing BNE Limited. The T rust held its first meeting, under Government’ s chairmanship, on W ednesday July 2, at the T rust of fice in Belmopan. One highlight of thisfirst meeting was the signing ofa Cooperation Agreement between the T rust and the Belize Enterprise for SustainableT echnology (BEST). This six hundred and twenty fivethousand dollar agreementexpands the T rust’ s investment in BEST aimed at providing arevolving loan facility to unlockthe potentials of Belizeanentrepreneurs venturing intoviable businesses targetingthe national need for suchservices. The T rust is mandated to manage the almost 1% receiptfrom the gross sale of exportedBelizean crude seeking to unlockthe potential of Belizeans by wayof investment in educationand improvement of the socialenvironment. In this regard the T rust continues to invest heavily in theeducation component of RestoreBelize. Its signature investmentis the Student Loan Programoperated by way of firm agreements with St. FrancisXavier Credit in Corozal T own, La Inmaculada Credit Union in Orange W alk T own, S t. Martin’ s Credit Union in San Ignacio andto a smaller scale with S t. John’ s Credit Union in Belize City andT oledo T eachers’ Credit Union in Punta Gorda T own. (L-R) Elodio Aragon Jr ., Daniel Gutier ez, Chairman Alber to August, Melanie Escalante, Alan Gobie and Ismael Requena New Chairmanship At BNE Trust

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Page 6 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 6, 2014 #6 Hudson S tr eet, San Ignacio T el: 824-2101 Venus Photos & Records, your one stop shop!!! Venus Photos & Records, your one stop shop!!! Venus Photos & Records, your one stop shop!!! Venus Photos & Records, your one stop shop!!! Venus Photos & Records, your one stop shop!!! Ask for what you don’t see, our sales assistants are more than ready to help! WW WW W e have in stock, games for Xbox and PSP consoles, e have in stock, games for Xbox and PSP consoles, e have in stock, games for Xbox and PSP consoles, e have in stock, games for Xbox and PSP consoles, e have in stock, games for Xbox and PSP consoles, toys, music cds and movies also available. toys, music cds and movies also available. toys, music cds and movies also available. toys, music cds and movies also available. toys, music cds and movies also available. Passport and Drivers License Photos Computer Speakers 10 Set W orkout DVDS Don’t Be A Litter Bug!!! Notice is hereby be giventhat under the IntoxicatingLiquor License OrdinanceChapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition2000, KARL BACHMMANN is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2014to operate Camp Mopan located in Arenal V illage, Cayo District. Liquor License Notice We AMS T o Please Looking forward Looking forward Looking forward Looking forward Looking forward to hearing to hearing to hearing to hearing to hearing from you! from you! from you! from you! from you! Send your press releases, articles, humor and ads to: starnewspaper@gmail.com or call us at: 626-8822 or 804-4900 STAR Newspaper Dear Editor; Thank you for the enlighteningarticle last week by Mr Leonides Sanchez. I fully agree with his view and reiteratethe need to instill in our childrenthe skills necessary for theirhonorable survival. In furtherance of Mr Sanchez’ views, I am one of those disgustedby the increasing number ofadults and now children, messageon a Bristol board in hand,begging at speed bumps along ourhighways. In some instances theystand dangerously in the middleof our highways and in many instances they are femalechildren. Every time I come upon thissituation, it makes me ask: Are we creating a society of beggars?Why do these people notorganize fundraising events intheir communities? Is it becauseit is easier to beg than to workfor what we need? I would prefer any time to stopand spend ten dollars at a Bar-B-Q fundraising event than to dropa shilling into the outstretchedhands of beggars on our highways.Kudos!!! V ery well said Mr Sanchez.Y olanda Alvarado This Is A Public Service Message From Y our T own Council SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,Thursday July 3, 2014: The confirmed list ofpromotions within the NonCommissioned rank of theBelize Police Department isnow out with the San Ignaciodetachment getting its fair shareof promotions. T oday the team of nine, comprising seven policemen andtwo policewomen, traveled to thenational academy in Belmopanfor the dress rehearsal as theyprepare for the ceremony toreceive their much deservedpromotions. T o be promoted from constable to corporal are: PC # 292Rowland Augustine; PC # 495 Jason Jones, PC # 1 121 Ciriaco Medina; PC # 597 RigobertoPatt; PC # 692 Jose Pinelo; PC# 1 168 Leonard Puc and WPC # 625 Debbie Reynolds. Raising from the Non-Commission to CommissionOfficer rank (NCO) are Sergeant#651 Stanley Bowden andWSergeant #433 Natalie Castilloboth of whom will now retiretheir regulation numbers to Nine San Ignacio Police Pr omoted become Inspectors of policethereby being elevated to theCommission Officer rank of theBelize Police Department.Congratulations are therefore inorder for these nine deservingmembers of the department.Given that apart from doing wellin the recent promotional exams,several factors are known to havebeen taken into consideration inthis round of promotions, wetherefore encourage thesepersonnel to stay on the righttrack and to continue conductingtheir duties to the very best oftheir abilities with respect alwaysto the community they are swornto serve and protect. Cpl. # 1 121 Ciriaco Medina Cpl. # 1 168 Leonard Puc and Cpl.# 597 Rigober to Patt

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Sunday, July 6, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 7 W e ar e located of f Joseph Andr ews Drive, near the Falcon Field in San Ignacio T own. Call us at 824-2076 or 610-0408. E-mail: cleanmasterbz@yahoo.com W ash, V accum, Armoral & Engine W ash As W ell As Pr essur e W ashing Outside of Houses A man was riding a bus, minding his own business,when the gorgeous woman nextto him started to breastfeed herbaby The baby wouldn't take it, soshe said, "Come on, eat it all up or .... I'll have to give it to thisnice man here." Breastfeeding Five minutes later the baby was still not feeding, so she said,"Come on, honey T ake it or I'll give it to this nice man here." A few minutes later the anxious man blurted out, "Come on, kid. Make up your mind! I wassupposed to get off four stopsago!" Simple Simon and the Pie Manare walking down different endsof a street toward each other andthe Pie Man is carrying a sack.When they meet, Simple Simonsays to the Pie Man, "Hey What's in the Bag what'cha got in th' bag?" "Jus' some chickens." "If I guess how many thereare, can I have one?" "I'll give you both of them." "OK. Ummmmm, five?" A proud and confident genius makes a bet with an idiot. The genius says, "Hey idiot, every question I ask you that youdon't know the answer you have to give me $5. And if you ask me a question and I can't answeryours I will give you $500." The idiot says, "Okay ." The genius then asks, "How many continents are there in theworld?" The idiot doesn't know andhands over the $5. The idiot says, "Now me ask: what animal stands on two legsbut sleeps on three?" The genius tries and searchesvery hard for the answer but givesup and hands over the $500. The genius says, "Dang it, I lost. By the way what was the answer to your question?" The idiot hands over $5. W ife: "How would you describe me?" Husband: "ABCDEF GHIJK." W ife: "What does that mean?" Husband: "Adorable, beautiful, cute, delightful,elegant, fashionable, gorgeous,and hot." W ife: "A w thank you, but what about IJK?" Husband: "I'm just kidding!" The Confident Genius The Honest Husband T om was standing at the bar in Blue Angel’ s Night Club and this small Chinese guycomes in, stands next to meand starts drinking abeer T om asked him, "Do you know any of those martial Racial Profiling arts things, like Kung-Fu,Karate or Ju-Jitsu ?" He says "No, why the hell you ask me that? Is itbecause I am Chinese?" "No" T om said, "It's because you're drinking my beer you little prick." Put Garbage In It’s Proper Place Put Garbage In It’s Proper Place Put Garbage In It’s Proper Place Put Garbage In It’s Proper Place Put Garbage In It’s Proper Place Keep San Ignacio & Santa Elena Keep San Ignacio & Santa Elena Keep San Ignacio & Santa Elena Keep San Ignacio & Santa Elena Keep San Ignacio & Santa Elena Clean and Beautiful!! Clean and Beautiful!! Clean and Beautiful!! Clean and Beautiful!! Clean and Beautiful!! Message From Mayor John August & Council

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Page 8 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 6, 2014 Dengue fever also known as breakbone fever is a mosquito-borne tropical diseasecaused by the dengue virus.Symptoms include fever headache, muscle and joint pains,and a characteristic skin rash thatis similar to measles. In a smallproportion of cases the diseasedevelops into the life-threateningdengue hemorrhagic fever resulting in bleeding, low levelsof blood platelets and bloodplasma leakage, or into dengueshock syndrome, wheredangerously low blood pressureoccurs. Dengue is transmitted byseveral species of mosquitowithin the genus Aedes, principally A. aegypti. The virus has five different types; infectionwith one type usually giveslifelong immunity to that type,but only short-term immunity tothe others. Subsequent infectionwith a different type increasesthe risk of severe complications.As there is no commerciallyavailable vaccine, prevention issought by reducing the habitat andthe number of mosquitoes andlimiting exposure to bites. T ypically people infected with dengue virus are asymptomatic(80%) or only have mild symptoms such as anuncomplicated fever Others have more severe illness (5%) and in a small proportion it islife-threatening. The incubationperiod (time between exposure and onset of symptoms) ranges from 3–14 days, but most oftenit is 4–7 days. Therefore,travelers returning from endemicareas are unlikely to have dengueif fever or other symptomsstart more than 14 days afterarriving home. Children oftenexperience symptoms similar tothose of the common cold andgastroenteritis (vomiting and diarrhea) and have a greater risk of severe complications, thoughinitial symptoms are generallymild but include high fever The characteristic symptomsof dengue are sudden-onsetfever headache (typically located behind the eyes) muscle and joint pains, and a rash.The alternative name for dengue,"breakbone fever" comes You have You have You have You have You have two choices two choices two choices two choices two choices Every Morning: Every Morning: Every Morning: Every Morning: Every Morning: You can You can You can You can You can continue sleeping continue sleeping continue sleeping continue sleeping continue sleeping and dream on and dream on and dream on and dream on and dream on or or or or or Wake up and Wake up and Wake up and Wake up and Wake up and convert your convert your convert your convert your convert your dreams into dreams into dreams into dreams into dreams into relatity relatity relatity relatity relatity The Choice is yours.. Dengue Fever from the associated muscle andjoint pains. The course ofinfection is divided into threephases: febrile, critical, andrecovery The febrile phase involves highfever potentially over 40 C (104 F) and is associated with generalized pain and a headache;this usually lasts two to sevendays. Nausea and vomiting mayalso occur A rash occurs in 50– 80% of those with symptomsin the first or second day ofsymptoms as flushed skin, orlater in the course of illness(days 4–7) as a measles-like rash. A rash described as "islands of white in a sea ofred" has also been described. Some petechiae (small red spots that do not disappearwhen the skin is pressed,which are caused by brokencapillaries) can appear at this point, as may some mildbleeding from the mucousmembranes of the mouth andnose. The fever itself isclassically biphasic orsaddleback in nature, breakingand then returning for one or twodays. In some people, the diseaseproceeds to a critical phase asfever resolves. During thisperiod there is leakage of plasmafrom the blood vessels whichtypically lasts one to two days.This may result in fluidaccumulation in the chest andabdominal cavity as well asdepletion of fluid from thecirculation and decreased blood supply to vital organs. There mayalso be organ dysfunction andsevere bleeding, typically fromthe gastrointestinal tract. Shock(dengue shock syndrome)and hemorrhage (dengue hemorrhagic fever) occur in less than 5% of all cases ofdengue, however those who havepreviously been infected withother serotypes of dengue virus( "secondary infection" ) are at an increased risk. This critical phase,while rare, occurs relatively morecommonly in children and youngadults. The recovery phase occurs next,with resorption of the leaked fluidinto the bloodstream. This usuallylasts two to three days. Theimprovement is often striking,and can be accompanied withsevere itching and a slow heartrate. Another rash may occur with either a maculopapular or avasculitic appearance, which isfollowed by peeling of the skin.During this stage, a fluid overloadstate may occur; if it affects thebrain, it may cause a reduced levelof consciousness or seizures. A feeling of fatigue may last forweeks in adults. There are no approved vaccinesfor the dengue virus. Preventionthus depends on control of andprotection from the bites of themosquito that transmits it. TheW orld Health Or ganization recommends an Integrated V ector Control program consisting offive elements: Advocacy social mobilization and legislation to ensure that public health bodies andcommunities are strengthened; Collaboration between thehealth and other sectors (public and private) ; An integrated approach to disease control to maximize useof resources; Evidence-based decisionmaking to ensure anyinterventions are targetedappropriately; and Capacity-building to ensure anadequate response to the localsituation. The primary method ofcontrolling A. aegypti is by eliminating its habitats. This isdone by getting rid of opensources of water or if this is not possible, by adding insecticidesor biological control agents tothese areas. Generalized sprayingwith organophosphate orpyrethroid insecticides, whilesometimes done, is not thoughtto be effective. Reducing opencollections of water throughenvironmental modification isthe preferred method of control,given the concerns of negativehealth effects from insecticidesand greater logistical difficultieswith control agents. Peoplecan prevent mosquito bites bywearing clothing that fullycovers the skin, using mosquitonetting while resting, and/or theapplication of insect repellent(DEET being the mostef fective) However these methods appear not to besufficiently effective, as thefrequency of outbreaks appearsto be increasing in some areas, probably due to urbanizationincreasing the habitat of A. aegypti. The range of the diseaseappears to be expanding possiblydue to climate change. Symptoms of Dengue

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Page 10 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 6, 2014 Hode’ Hode’ Hode’ Hode’ Hode’ s Place, where T s Place, where T s Place, where T s Place, where T s Place, where T aste, Quality and aste, Quality and aste, Quality and aste, Quality and aste, Quality and Comfort makes the difference!! Comfort makes the difference!! Comfort makes the difference!! Comfort makes the difference!! Comfort makes the difference!! Savannah Ar ea, San Ignacio T own, Cayo T elephone: 804-2522 Free Delivery within town limits. HODE’S PLACE W e offer d el iciousl y pr epar ed food in an amazing l y r el ax ed at mospher e W e al so cat er for l ar g e or small gr oups. Notice is hereby be given that under the Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize, Revised Edition2000, CARLOS ALARCON AND AMINA CRESPO is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2014 to operate Royal Bar and Enter tainment located on #1 1 Cemetery Road Salvapan, Belmopan in the Cayo District. Liquor License Notice By: Richard Zul V olunteers Katherine Goodman, Miranda Por ter Emily Fuller Cassie Schuttrumpf, Mary Scouten with country directors Angela and Adam Carmack from the Help Internationalorganization have painted a totalof 20 murals along the innerwalls of the V ictor Galvez Stadium in San Ignacio. HelpInternational has been comingto Belize since 2010 workingwith Richard Zul to fight poverty and empower people. W orking early in the mornings for the past fourweeks, these volunteers havededicated their time andmoney towards covering upgraffiti in the park and sharinguplifting messages alongthese walls. If anyone would like tofurther help this project, paintdonations and more volunteerswould be greatly appreciated.T o donate please contact Richard Zul at 670-8876 or V ictor Galvez Gets Face-Lift 665-4921. These volunteers havealso planned a Park-Clean-UpDay on July 18th from 1 1am-3pm at the V ictor Galvez S tadium in which youth are especiallyinvited. There will be games andactivities such as football and a water balloon toss after the trashpick-up. Feel free to bring gloves,garbage bags, sports balls, andwater if you can! Help International V olunteers

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Sunday, July 6, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 11 C hinese ouple har ged SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,Monday June 30, 2014: A Chinese business couple was today in courtcharged with wounding acustomer The incident reportedlyoccurred 1 1 days ago, at around 2:30 pm on Thursday June 19, when Linda Ellis entered, as a customer T om’ s Grocery S tore on Bullet T ree Road in San Ignacio. Ellis reportedlyasked why the Fantasy Fivenumbers were not on the board.The Chinese woman, lateridentified as Y an Na Liang reportedly told her that theyhad wiped off the numbers.When Ellis requested anexplanation as to why thenumbers were removed, anargument reportedly eruptedbetween Ellis and the Chinesewoman. It is alleged that Ellis threwa carton box at the woman after which a physical contactensued. The husband, Zhong Xien Li reportedly joined in and allegedly began hittingEllis to the feet with a stick.The matter was reported tothe police who arrived on thescene shortly after receivingthe report. The feuding partieswere reportly questioned afterwhich Ellis was issued witha pair of medico legal forms.She sought medical attentionresulting in the medical officercertifying the injury aswounding. The investigation led, one week later on Thursday June 26 to the arrest of Y an Na Liang, 29, Chinese businesswomanand Zhong Xien Li, 36,Chinese businessman on a jointwounding charge while ZhongXien Li was additionally issuedwith an aggravated assaultcharge. The couple appeared in courton Monday June 30 where they pled not guilty to allcharges. They were offeredand met bail in the sum of$800 each. They return tocourt on Monday August 1 1, 2014.

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Page 12 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 6, 2014 ARIES: Mar ch 22 to April 20 Interactions fuel positive friendshipsand lucrative deals. This is a great timeto sell your goods and services andget your message out to the world.But when it comes to domestic affairsthere could be a conflict betweenworldly duties and family matters.Mercury for ges ahead from T uesday so you can now proceed with anyprojects that have been on thebackburner The weekend has a sparkly outlook, especially if you'repartying and having fun. Lucky numbers: 19, 29, 85. T AURUS: April 21 to May 21 Y ou may be tempted by a few luxuries, but with the current focus on hardwork you deserve to treat yourself.Enjoy it! Recent delays and frustra-tions may come to an end asMercury turns direct from T uesday to ease your path ahead. There could beone communication issue that devel-ops into a running battle, especially onFriday T empers may be frayed, leading to ar guments. However if you know what this is about, try to dealwith matters before they get to thisstage. Lucky numbers: 07, 28, 55. GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 Good news as Mercury nowdances ahead in your sign, putting anend to any troubles you might haveencountered recently Interactions and transactions should be less frustratingand more productive. But you mightfeel a need for change (or be pushedinto thinking about one) on thefinancial front. T ry not to let a money situation get out of hand by firsttalking to the relevant person ororganization. Leisure options lookgood over the weekend, with thechance of an instant attraction. Lucky numbers: 03, 20, 68. CANCER June 21 to July 21 Y ou're in your element this week, although you may notice tensiondeveloping between you and another Do what you can to avert a crisis byencouraging a heart-to-heart talk earlyon. There will be less chance of misunYour Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers derstanding when Mercury pushesahead once again on T uesday Delays in communication should ease, and miss-ing documents or files may show up,making it easier for business to resume.Relationships may be a little edgy and this includes any budding romance.A void rocking the boat. Lucky numbers: 33, 49, 61. LEO: July 24 to August 21 Social opportunities continue to beupbeat, with regular networking andother events to keep you connected.Whether you're looking for love ortouting for business, the days ahead canhelp further your agenda. All of this is made easier when Mercury dancesahead on T uesday This should put an end to mixed messages andmisunderstandings that may haveplagued your progress lately Consider a stress-management program if you'vebeen feeling overwhelmed. Y ou are your own best resource, so take care. Lucky numbers: 73, 89, 97. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 Career matters seem to be going greatguns. Mercury your personal planet, for ges ahead on T uesday so you can now proceed with plans and ideas thathave been on the backburner Y ou'll also find business and other interactions a lotsmoother too. Chance meetings with key players in your field can help tofurther your plans. When it comes toyour social life, jealousy or other darkemotions could spoil a friendship. Itmight be best to confront things directlyand make your peace. Lucky numbers: 14, 42, 64. LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 Y ou may experience ups and downs with folks, especially the un-predictable kind. But travel plans lookpositive as Mercury pushes ahead onT uesday If you've been itching to close a deal or sign a contract, you can nowproceed. Y et there may be discontent concerning your work/home balance.Y ou might have to stand firm regarding an important goal or career move,even in the face of opposition. Thank-fully edgy feelings blow over by the weekend to bring a chance to relax. Lucky numbers: 23, 38, 46. SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 Mercury turns direct on T uesday which could put an end to delaysassociated with shared finances orloan applications. Whether you'resingle or in a long-term relationship,romantic opportunities look largelypositive. V enus is currently in a more intimate sector of your chart, enhanc-ing your love life in all sorts of fun ways.T ry to avoid conflict on Friday though, especially if you can't see eyeto eye with someone. If you want toremain friends, it might be best to walkaway from arguments. Lucky numbers: 10, 31, 77. SAGITT ARIUS: November 22 to December 21 If misunderstandings have occurredrecently Mercury's forward dance from T uesday on of fers a chance to make amends. Any frustrations associated with important deals or thesigning of contracts begins to meltaway too. Progress can be made at last! However it doesn't mean that all tensions vanish as finances still needa careful appraisal. T ry to avoid impulse purchases, especially if it's abig-ticket item, as you could regret itlater Thankfully the weekend brings stress relief and an unexpected invitethat you might enjoy Lucky numbers: 09, 17, 37. CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 Mercury's forward motion onT uesday makes a positive dif ference at work and in everyday affairs. In-teractions flow with ease, while delays and frustrations may become athing of the past. Y et certain relationships could show signs of tension. Ifyou know what this is about, try tonip it in the bud before it develops intoan argument. Lifestyle issues alsocome into focus, particularly if you'vebeen thinking about upgrading yourgadgets. A little online research could spotlight some awesome bargains.Lucky numbers: 45, 66, 81. AQUARIUS: January 20 to February 18 Leisure and pleasure optionsspotlight good times with family children, and friends. Y our fun-ometer is set to high, so enjoy minglingand any romantic options that mightshow up. When it comes to your job,feeling energized and on top ofyour workload may be crucial to astress-free life. If this is the case, youmight want to tweak your routines togive you a little more downtime. A social event over the weekend couldencourage a new friendship or instantattraction. Lucky numbers: 26, 40, 92. PISCES: February 20 to March 21 If delays have stymied DIY orremodeling projects at home, theseshould ease as Mercury forges aheadon T uesday Whatever complications you may have experienced shouldnow abate, allowing you to makeprogress. When it comes to yoursocial life, things may not be so hunky-dory If you and another have been putting off a conversation, you mightwant to get it over with this week. It'stime to sort out issues and make yourpeace. An impulsive buy could delight you this weekend. Lucky numbers: 01, 88, 96. 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Sunday, July 6, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 13 World Cup 2014: Who Holds The World Cup 2014: Who Holds The World Cup 2014: Who Holds The World Cup 2014: Who Holds The World Cup 2014: Who Holds The Balance Of Power In World Football? Balance Of Power In World Football? Balance Of Power In World Football? Balance Of Power In World Football? Balance Of Power In World Football? Continue T o P ag e 1 4 The last three weeks haveprovided a consistent narrativeof fast, attacking football andexcitement exactly as thegame's rulers would haveimagined it when they handed thetournament to Brazil. Even the line-up for the lasteight has a balance that bringspleasure to the purists, as fourteams from the Americas are complimented by a quartet fromEurope all of them groupwinners. The destiny of this W orld Cup will be decided in the iconicsurroundings of the Maracana inRio de Janeiro on Sunday weekbut all quarter-finalists have theopportunity to show where thebalance of power lies betweenthe two continents. The seven W orld Cups held here in the Americas have failed to produce a European winner On the flip side, Brazil are the onlynation from the Americas to achieve a win on Europeansoil when they triumphed 5-2in the final against hosts Sweden56 years ago. So for Netherlandscoach Louis van Gaal France's Didier Deschamps Germany's Joachim Low and the Belgian Marc Wilmots there is the dual opportunity to make history fortheir countries and exertEuropean domination. For the likes of Luiz Felipe Scolari, attempting to win his second W orld Cup with Brazil, and Ar gentina's Alejandr o Sabella in particular there is the chance to send Europe homeempty-handed once more. At this stage Europe has often dominated. When Ar gentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguayreached the last eight in SouthAfrica four years ago, it was thefirst time representation from theAmericas had been so strongsince the Mexico W orld Cup in 1970. So a similar number hererepresents a continuedresurgence and an advance onthe dark days of 1990 and 1994when only one nation from theAmericas reached the last eight -although Brazil did what matteredin the United States and claimed the trophy against Italy onpenalties. It was an era when the greatDiego Maradon a was critically on the wane for Ar gentina, even though they advanced to lose adesperately dull final to W est Germany at Italia 90 the SouthAmericans showing they couldstill usually get one team in at theW orld Cup's sharp end. The figures started to stack upa little more attractively with twoteams from the Americas at this stage in 1998, 2002 and 2006 -and now we have the face-off herein Brazil. So do these figures represent alasting shift in the balance ofpower back towards theAmericas, or are there justgeographical forces at work? Germany coach Low believestournaments held in SouthAmerica hold a special appeal forthose born there. As he prepared for an all-European quarter-finalagainst France, he said: "The South and Central Americans Argentina, Colombia, Brazil,Mexico, Costa Rica havecertainly shown that on theircontinent they want to showtheir class. "They want to show the entireworld 'this is where we'replaying, this is our continentand we will do whatever isnecessary to satisfy our fansand our countries'. "It was no surprise that these teams performed so well. Theyare very strong; they are at homeon this continent and you canfeel that."The continued influx of South American players into Europesince those struggles in the early90s has bred familiarity with thestyle and demands, producing (L-R) Arjen Robben, Lionel Messi, Neymar da Silva Santos and Andr e Schurrle

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Page 14 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 6, 2014 Continue From Page 13 Monday: Draft Beer $3.00 T uesday: Local Rum $3.00 W ednesday: Panty Ripper $3.95 Mondays to Fridays: Regular Margaritas: $6.95 S traberr y Margaritas: $7.95 Blue Margaritas: $8.95 24 Cr enshaw S t. San Ignacio T el: 824 -2730 Mexican and Belizean Menu The Home Of MARGARITAS SPECIALS V isit us for br eakfast on Sundays!!! Monday thru Friday more rounded players andperhaps helping in the W orld Cup environment. The threesuperstars of the tournament sofar Brazil's Neymar Lionel Messi of Ar gentina and the emerging Colombian James Rodriguez ply their trades at Barcelona and Monacorespectively South America football writer T im V ickery also believes the continent benefited from achange in the qualificationprocess. "There can be no doubt that the so-called lesser nations inSouth America have made dramatic strides since theintroduction of the marathonW orld Cup qualification format in 1996," he said. "Regular competitive games andguaranteed income has allowedthem to appoint good coachesand build proper sides. "The South American nations realised that the forces ofglobalisation take their playersto Europe at an ever-earlierage. The youth sides are wherethey secure them for the long-term future of the national team World Cup 2014: Who Holds The Balance Of Power In World Football? World Cup 2014: Who Holds The Balance Of Power In World Football? World Cup 2014: Who Holds The Balance Of Power In World Football? World Cup 2014: Who Holds The Balance Of Power In World Football? World Cup 2014: Who Holds The Balance Of Power In World Football? where talented players areidentified and given a crashcourse in their country'sfootballing identity ." The South, Central and NorthAmericans have also bought intothe fast-flowing, high-tempostyles that have been a feature ofthis W orld Cup. The African sides such as Nigeria and Algeria have shown the way too. It would be wrong to suggestdefence has become a forgottenart but the most successful teamshave embraced the mood ofswift, counter-attacking intent. Algeria coach V ahid Halilhodzic whose team created such a fine impressionbefore going out to Germany inextra time in the last 16, believesthe demands of the Europeanleagues have also given theAmericas an opportunity to maketheir mark here. "The debacles of some European teams like It aly Spain or even England -although for me England wasnot a surprise were due to thefact they were a little bit tired,"he said. "There was some saturation because their ownnational leagues were difficult, SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,W ednesday July 2, 2014: A man from Esperanza V illage, Cayo was today taken to court forallegedly injuring his girlfriendand for stealing her pursecontaining cash and a cellulartelephone. The charge stems from a June15 report lodged by US national,Misty Dawn Oloughlin 31, in which she alleged that at around9:40 pm that day she was at herChurch Street home in SanIgnacio when her boyfriend,Floyd Alfr ed Anthony apparently drunk arrived andentered the house through awindow An ar gument reportedly erupted between the complainantand the accused in the processof which the accused allegedlychoked and scratched thecomplainant on various parts ofher body The complainant reportedlymanaged to escape from theaccused and locked up herselfin another room. When she Boyfriend Charged ForS tealing Fr om Par tner emerged from the room theaccused was gone. The victimalleged that checks revealedthat her white purse, containingfour hundred and eighty twoUS dollars and her grayKyocera brand cellulartelephone, valued at one hundredand nine dollars, was missing. Shewas issued with a pair of medicolegal forms on which themedical officer classified theinjuries as harm. The accused was detainedfifteen days later He was transported to the police stationin San Ignacio where he wasformally arrested and charged forharm under the DomesticV iolence Act and for theft under the Criminal Code. The 42 year old Belizeanlaborer was taken to court onW ednesday July 2, where he pled not guilty to both charges. He wasoffered and met bail in the sumof one thousand dollars. Hecomes back to court onW ednesday August 6, 2014. Send your stories, articles, humor and ads to: or call us at 626-8822, 620-9341 or 804-4900 starnewspaper@gmail.com challenging, with a highnumber of matches. "They rested for a fewdays but it's not enough.There was a lot of physicaltiredness but also psychologicala lack of motivation I'veseen in some of the Europeanteams. For me, some playerswho had won a number ofthings and were not reallywilling to win here. They didn'twant to make more moneyor really give it their all towin the W orld Cup." He believes this particularlyapplied to the dramatic decline inholders Spain, who were expectedby many to fly the flag forEurope once more as theyattempted to break through theSouth American barrier and retain the trophy "There was a lack of ambition," he said. "They won absolutely everything in thelast decade and I think theywere not willing to fight anymore." One element that has alwaysbeen regarded as having asignificant influence is theheat of the Americas, in particular the fierce temperature of two tournaments held inMexico. Former England wingerChris W addle said: "Of course there is an advantage forplayers who have been broughtup in hot climates, but I thinkwith modern sports scienceand preparation techniquesit is not as much of a factor as itwas. "I played in Mexico in 1986 and that was really hard. It wasplayed at altitude and thetemperatures were up about 35to 40 degrees. "In some ways we werethe guinea pigs back thenand now in the modern era, you've got dieticians, sportsscientists and all mannerof people who give youadvice on how to get themost out of your body I think it is a more levelplaying field for Europeanteams coming to places likeBrazil now ." And on that level playing field in Brazil, a wonderfulW orld Cup has delivered a straight fight for supremacybetween Europe and theAmericas.

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Sunday, July 6, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 15 V acancies exist at Mopan T echnical High School for T emporary T eaching Posts for the period August 25, 2014 December 12, 2014, in the following areas: 1. Integrated Science2. Social S tudies 3. Food & Nutrition Qualifications: Bachelor ’ s degree in subject area. Associates Degree will be considered. Requirements: V alid T eacher ’ s License, social security card, birth certificate, transcript, diploma, two references, two photos. All documents must be notarized by a Justice of the Peace. Deadline: All applications must be submitted by July 18th, 2014. No elec-tronic applications will be accepted. Only complete applicationswill be considered.Address Applications to: Secretary Board of Management Mopan T echnical High School Benque V iejo Del Carmen Cayo District SAN IGNACIO T OWN, Friday July 4, 2014: Recently promoted Superintendent of Police, Dinsdale Timothy Thompson is the new Commander of the San Ignacio PoliceDetachment. Supt. Thompson is a 29 year veteran and former Chaplin of thePolice Department. He is no strangerto the community as he had, just a fewyears ago, served as the DeputyCommander of the detachment henow commands. There Is A New Police Chief In Town Dinsdale Thompson joined the Police Department in October1985. He has served in variousbranches at Eastern Division inBelize City as well as in Belmopan.He first arrived in San Ignacio in2008 as an Inspector of Policesecond in command of theformation where he served for twoyears. He was transferred toBenque V iejo T own in 2010 where he took over full command fromnow retired Superintendent of PoliceMrs. Louise Willis. Benque V iejo T own has been good to Thompson as it was whilstcommanding that formationthat he was first promoted toAssistant Superintendent ofPolice, and in May 2014 he wasagain promoted to Superintendent ofPolice and transfered to SanIgnacio. Supt. Thompson assumed command of the San IgnacioPolice formation on T uesday July 1. He relieved Inspector Reymundo Reyes holding over for Supt. Ralph Moody who was on vacation. Moody has since beentransferred to Dangriga as theCommander of the Stann Creek(Police) District. W e join the community in again welcoming Supt. Thompson tothe community simultaneouslywishing him all the very best inthis senior position. W e look forward to working closely with him and thepersonnel under his command in thechallenging task of creating a safercommunity Continue from Front Page Recording The Passing Of Recording The Passing Of Recording The Passing Of Recording The Passing Of Recording The Passing Of Two Santa Elena Women Two Santa Elena Women Two Santa Elena Women Two Santa Elena Women Two Santa Elena Women husband Mr George “Bibi” W aight She is survived by her sisters Ms. Ophelia Carbajal, Mrs. Gloria Delcia Burgessboth of USA and also by Ms. Graciela Bradley of San Ignacio. She is also survived byher children Eduardo, Santiago and Carlos W aight; Daughters Guadalupe V aldez, T omasita Rivera, Elvira W olhers and Juanita W aight ; 22 grand children and 4 great grand children; many nieces, nephews,family and friends. A wake will be held at her residence onGeor ge Price A venue, Santa Elena on Friday July 4, 2014. Funeral services will be held onSaturday July 5 at 2:00 pm at S t. Ignatius Church in Santa Elenafollowed by interment at theCarmen Memorial Cemetery inSanta Elena. May the souls of Mrs. PricillaW iltshire and Mrs. Martha W aight rest in eternal peace. A public service message from Mayor John August and your San Ignacio/ Santa Elena T own Council Always working for you! Always working for you! Always working for you! Always working for you! Always working for you! Put Garbage In Its Proper Place Put Garbage In Its Proper Place Put Garbage In Its Proper Place Put Garbage In Its Proper Place Put Garbage In Its Proper Place

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