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Sunday, July 27, 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. 407 Sunday, July 27, 2014 Price $1.00 Pech Walks Free SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,W ednesday July 23, 2012: This murder case did not evenmake it to the Supreme Court asit was dismissed right at themagistrate court level in SanIgnacio T own. The murder charge againstGeovanni Pech 24, at the time of the October 1 1, 2013 death of his cousin Leroy Moises Tzib was today dismissed by magis-trate Narda Morgan when the police could not produce a casefile. The accused walked free out ofthe San Ignacio T own courtroom Please T ur n T o P ag e 1 5 The Accused Geovanni Pech, 24 Miss Manchi Jones Miss Manchie Laid To Rest SANT A ELENA, Cayo, Thursday July 24, 2014: It is with profoundsadness that we recordlast week’ s passing of a pioneer resident of SantaElena, Miss Manchie Jones. A faithful serving member of the CatholicChurch, Ms. Manchie ispre-deceased by herhusband, Wilward “Willie” Jones and a son Randy Jones She is survived bydaughters; Florence, Priscilla, Sonia,Laura, Catherine and Please T ur n T o P ag e 1 5 The Deceased Leroy Moises Tzib, 21 after spending almost 10 months in jail. Prior to dismissing the capitalcharge magistrate Morgan notedthat the instruction fromthe office of the Director OfPublic Prosecutions was forthe civilian prosecutor not tointerfere in the case and for it tobe left to the police to prosecuteas it is alleged that, in keepingwith established protocols priorto the institution of a capitalcharge, the police did notconsult with the Office of theDirector of Public Prosecutions.The file has since been held inlimbo. The charge was conse-quently dismissed “due to lack of cooperation between thepolice and DPP”, as noted by the presiding magistrate. The report indicates that it wasjust after 8:00 o’clock on aFriday night, October 1 1, 2013 when the deceased, Leroy Tzib 21, left home to a neighborhood

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Page 2 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 27, 2014 Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial 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 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 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 Of fice T el: 804-4900 Cell: 626-8822 starnewspaper@gmail.com Publisher: Nyani K. Azueta-August Editor: Sherlene Dawson “The Newspaper that cares and dares to bring out the truth” #42 George Price Highway Santa Elena, Cayo, Belize, CA The case against UDP CayoNortheast Area Representative Elvin Penner was one that even the layman on the street referredto as “flogging a dead horse” notwithstanding, the exceptionopposition lawyer continuedflogging it thereby ending up withegg all over his face. It was thesingular flogging horse in theopposition arsenal. Mark our words, with nothingelse to flog, the sole oppositionlawyer/opposition CaribbeanShores Area Representative aspirant, will appeal themagistrate’ s decision as he continues foolishly flogging anow legally confirmed deadhorse as they sit in theirindividual corners hoping andpraying for something else toflog. This opportunity it seems, will never come their way asPrime Minister Dean Barrow continues to steer his adminis-tration in the right direction. The three renationalizedpublic utilities are functioningexceptionally well withthe electricity companycontinuously decreasing rateswhile the telephone company in conjunction with theGovernment of Belize, is on theverge of announcing cheaperinternet rates and the watercompany is keeping ratesaffordable while expandingservices replacing aged under-ground assets and improvingwater and waste water services Flogging A Dead Horse countrywide. Public officers and pensionersare receiving up to 9% increasein salaries and pensions. Government this weekannounced the unfreezing ofpublic officers’ salaries frozenfor several years. The Prime Minister just this week, pulled off a major publicrelations coup when he visitedthe Karl Heusner MemorialHospital for personal medicalcare thereby injectingconfidence in the nation’ s flag-ship medical facility The people’ s leader persona of our Prime Minister will befurther amplified this Sundayat 8:00 pm with theunprecedented up-close andpersonal interview airing onevery television station in thenation. All of this is happening simultaneously with theunabated and unprecedentedtransformation of the nation’ s infrastructure coupled with thespinoff increase in employmenttaking place in the north, south,east and west of the land we callhome. The sustained police operationsin Belize City is producing thedesired results as the oppositionis hoping and praying for it to bediscontinued only to be replacedwith the senseless loss of humanlife in the old capital. Belize is on the right path. Thereis NO TURNING BACK.

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Sunday, July 27, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 3 F F F F F or Councillor or Councillor or Councillor or Councillor or Councillor F F F F F or the T or the T or the T or the T or the T win T win T win T win T win T owns of owns of owns of owns of owns of Santa Elena & San Ignacio Santa Elena & San Ignacio Santa Elena & San Ignacio Santa Elena & San Ignacio Santa Elena & San Ignacio Y ou are invited to come out to Sacred Heart Primary School in San IgnacioBetween the hours of 10:00 am and 6:00 p.m. On Sunday July 27, 2014 Vot e f or Lo y alty T r us tw or t hiness & Liber alism Vote #15 Nick Singh Vote #15 Nick Singh Vote #15 Nick Singh Vote #15 Nick Singh Vote #15 Nick Singh Movie Nights At The Cayo W elcome Center The new W elcome Center in San Ignacio is fulfilling its intended purpose. It is bringing back the community to an area where we can socialized with family and friends. It is alsoproviding the place and the means for us to meet new friends. The bambu tee, in conjunction with D Catch Masabaduga, Y oli's Pizza (all business owners operating in the W elcome Center) ar e working in par tnership with the Center ’ s Committee in organizing social activities. The first such activity is Movie Night held on W ednesdays and Sundays. Residence of the twin towns and visitor alike ar e gathering at the W elcome Center on Movie Nights to watch the Movie garnering the most votes by customers visiting bambu tee, during the daytime hours. W e encourage families to bring out the childr en and friends for Movie Nights at the W elcome Center Movie star ts at 7:00 pm. Our W elcome Center was built for us to use and enjoyment Let us come out and socialize in Peace, Love and Harmony Vote Nick Singh Vote Nick Singh Vote Nick Singh Vote Nick Singh Vote Nick Singh

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Page 4 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 27, 2014 Professional Gardeners’ ProgramBelize Botanic Gardens, PO Box 180, San Ignacio, Cayo, Belizenatalie@belizebotanic.org, www .belizebotanic.org Phone: 834-4800 / 824-3101 European Union Under Belize Rural Development Project Funded by the Government of Belize and duPlooy’ s Jungle Lodge Call for Participants Professional Gardeners’ T raining Pr ogramme BELIZE BOT ANIC GARDENS is inviting applications from men and women to apply for the ProfessionalGardeners’ T raining Programme. The programme covers: three levels of Horticulture T raning (Introduction, Intermediate, and Advance), Landscaping for Ornamentals, Edible Landscaping(V egetable & Herbs Growing Cultivation), Cut Flower Growing Marketing, Nursery Establishment, Seed-saving, andpractical experience. Classes run from Monday to Friday 7am to 4pm. Next Session begins August 4th, 2014 and will run until October 12th, 2014. Call the office at 834-4800 or email natalie@belizebotanic.org to set up an interview on July 30th at the San Ignacio Library Don’t miss this opportunity of a lifetime!!! PUBLIC NOTICE EAST BLOCK & SOUTH BLOCK/GREEN HILLS EIAs (Agricultural Projects) EIA Lodgment & Public Consultation The General Public is hereby informed that Spanish Lookout Community Corporation Limited has applied to the Department of the Environment (DOE) for environmental clearance for two separate agriculturaldevelopment projects, being SOUTH BLOCK/GREEN HILLS & EAST BLOCK situated in the Spanish Lookout Region Cayo District and Y albac Area, Orange W alk District, respectively An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has been prepared for each of these proposed development projects, and these have been submitted tothe Department of the Environment. The EIAs will be reviewed by theNational Environmental Appraisal Committee (NEAC) before a final decision is taken by the DOE. The General Public is hereby informed thatthe EIAs will be available for public review and to submit their commentson or before August 26, 2014 to the Department of Environment at Market Square, Belmopan City; Fax : 822-2860; T el: 822-2548; 822-2819 or E-mail: envirodept@f fsd.gov .bz or doe.eiaunit@f fsd.gov .bz. Kindly be informed that a Public Consultation for both EIAs will beheld on August 21, 2014 at 6:30 pm at Countr y Side Park, Spanish Lookout Community Cayo District. Copies of the report may be perused at the offices of: Chairman of La Gracia, Chairman of Los T ambos, Chairman of Y albac, San Ignacio Library the Spanish Lookout Corporation Of fice, the Department of the Environment Of fices and at the DOE’ s website: www .doe.gov .bz Dear Editor; Thank you for last week’ s article showcasing Dibary S tor e on Burns A venue in San Ignacio. After reading the article on Friday night, I decidedto visit the store Saturdaymorning. I found it to be justlike the article informed. I wasnot disappointed. The new development in SanIgnacio is indeed attracting a newand elevated caliber of stores inour community Like the article said, I too felt like I was in aninternational store when I entered. Apart from good prices, I also found that there were amplestaff in the store to attend tocustomers. A new era in the way we shop, indeed dawningin our community I encourage everyone to visit Dibary Storeon Burns A venue in San Ignacio and experience the difference.Thank you for the article,please continue promotingthose who are contributingto the transformation of ourcommunity Carmen Lopez "Dear brothers and sisters,when troubles of any kind comeyour way consider it an opportunity for great joy ." James 1:2 (NL T) What began as a simple plan torenovate a bathroom in dire needof updating, quickly morphed ourentire house into a disaster zone. Due to unanticipated electricaland plumbing issues, the messextended beyond the bathroom,affecting multiple rooms in thehouse. Due to bad advice anddisappointing work, the projectdragged on for months. I could write my name in thelayer of sheetrock dust on all thefurniture, despite how manybottles of furniture polish I used.Then our old air conditioning unit Don't Cry Over Spilled Shampoo BY : T racie Miles kicked the bucket, and ourchecking account was about to dothe same. But it was a bottle ofspilled shampoo in the onebathroom my family of five hadbeen sharing that pushed me overthe edge. The day after splurging on anoversized bottle of moisturizingshampoo, I found it on the floorof the bathroom with half thecontents spilled into a huge gooeypuddle. I cleaned it up in silentaggravation. But the followingday when I found it on the flooragain, in yet another big puddle,tears began to spill as easily asthat shampoo had from the bottle. Later that day I whined to a friend about my frustratingcircumstances. She gentlysuggested I read James 1:2. I confess, I wasn't in the mood tolook up a Bible verse. Butthankfully I did, and reading thisverse prompted me to pause,think and refocus. James 1:2 says, "Dear brothers and sisters, whentroubles of any kind come yourway consider it an opportunity for great joy ." I thought about how blessed wewere to have lived in our homefor 17 years, where we've raisedall our children. I thought aboutthe sweet memories our homeheld, despite its condition. Ithought about the lessonswe were learning as a familyabout tolerance, closeness,consideration and perseverance.I thought about the blessing ofbeing able to afford therenovation. As I focused on my blessings, all the small annoyancessuddenly seemed much lessimportant. I had countlessreasons to be thankful, but hadallowed daily frustrations anddisappointments to steal my joy In fact, my problems werenothing compared to the peopleJames was addressing in today'skey verse. James wrote to Christians who were experiencing severepersecution, facing various trialsand sufferings. They endureddifficult adversities andinjustices, and were juggling anarray of emotions includingfear mourning, confusion and loneliness. James encouraged them topause and refocus on their faith,even when life was hard. He knewthat such times presented theopportunity to persevere andpractice finding joy in Christ,despite their circumstances. These daily problems can causeus to lose focus on things thatreally matter and fill our hearts with fear sorrow frustrations, hopelessness and anger — thingsthat steal our joy in Christ. Sometimes we allow trivialthings to steal our joy such as a bottle of spilled shampoo. At other times we may reach abreaking point for much moreserious reasons. But whether ourproblems are big or small, James1:2 reminds us to purposely andintentionally choose joy inChrist, even in the midst of ourtroubles. Joy comes from choice, notproblem-free circumstances, andJames wanted us all to know that.

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Sunday, July 27, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 5 The Following vacancies exist at Sacred Heart College High School for theupcoming school year: 1. One Full T ime Business T eacher 2. One Full T ime IT T eacher All applicants should be prepared to participate in faculty orientationsessions in August Applicants must have a B.SC. in the teaching subject area with a Diplomain Education for B.Ed. in the teaching subject area and should have a FullT eacher ’ s License. Remuneration is commensurate with MOE approved salary scales.Application packages should include the following: A signed letter of application A copy of a university diploma showing the highest earned degree A certified or of ficial university transcript(s) T wo named referees with contact details A copy of a valid T eacher ’ s License Completed application packages can be dropped off at the College, oremail to president@shc.edu.bz APPLICA TION DEADLINE: JUL Y 31, 2014 IDB President Meets With Belize’s Prime Minister President Moreno confirmsthe IDB’ s commitment to partner with the Governmentof Belize Inter-American DevelopmentBank President Luis Alber to Moreno met today with Belize Prime Minister Dean Barr ow to exchange information andprovide an overview of the IDB’ s activities in the country President Moreno and PrimeMinister Barrow also discussedthe current IDB portfolio as wellas future projects for Belize. The current IDB CountryStrategy with Belize for theperiod 2013-2017 has fourpriority areas: education;tourism; transport; and trade andtax policy This year the IDB and the Belize Government arepreparing two new loans in theeducation and transport sectorsfor a total of US$30 million. The“Education Quality Improve-ment Program” was approved by the IDB on June 12 for a total ofUS$10 million. This programseeks to improve the qualityof primary education and thegovernance of Belize’ s education system by training teachers sothey can adopt innovative andbest practices; developing andimplementing an EducationManagement InformationSystem; and improving theprofile of teacher candidates. The second project involvesthe rehabilitation of sectionsof the George Price Highwayand is expected to be approvedin November 2014. Theproject aims to improve roadconnectivity within and betweenBelize’ s main districts and with Central America by bringing the Geor ge Price Highway’ s infrastructure to internationalstandards, improving road safety and ensuring better climatechange resilience of the corridor IDB President visits the Cayo W elcome Center After his meeting with the Prime Minister President Moreno visited the CayoW elcome Center in San Ignacio and Santa Elena, one of severalinfrastructure projects financedby the IDB as part of theSustainable T ourism Program (STP) Inaugurated on March 7, 2013, the Cayo W elcome Center functions both as atourist destination and as a hubfor area tourism services and accommodations. The W elcome Center and park also provide amuch appreciated social meetingplace for local residents. TheSTP a five-year program Continue T o P ag e 6 completed in January 2014,sought to increase thecontribution of tourism tonational economic growth in anenvironmentally and socially responsible manner throughinfrastructural investments in keytourism destinations and thedevelopment of a NationalSustainable T ourism Master Plan. IDB supported Belize in thisproject with a loan for US$13million. During his visit, PresidentMoreno was accompanied byBelize’ s Minister of T ourism, Culture and Civil A viation, Jose Manuel Her edia Jr and San Ignacio and Santa Elena MayorJohn August as well as by senior representatives of theMinistries of T ourism and Finance and EconomicDevelopment. The delegationstoured the W elcome Center and discussed the impact it hasgenerated for the municipality of Belize’ s Prime Minister Hon. Dean Barr ow IDB Pr esident Luis Alber to Mor eno

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Page 6 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 27, 2014 #6 Hudson S tr eet, San Ignacio T own Venus Photos & Records, where the prices are unbeatable Venus Photos & Records, where the prices are unbeatable Venus Photos & Records, where the prices are unbeatable Venus Photos & Records, where the prices are unbeatable Venus Photos & Records, where the prices are unbeatable and service is our #1 priority!!! and service is our #1 priority!!! and service is our #1 priority!!! and service is our #1 priority!!! and service is our #1 priority!!! 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. C ELL: 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... Exciting Summer 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. In S tock NOW : ST A TIONERIES: BRC School Books, Dictionar y Bible, Exercise Books, Folder Sheets, Pens, Pencils, etc. Don’t forget DVD and CD’ s for ONL Y $1.00 each W e also do instant Photos for Passpor t, Permit, Driver ’ s License, etc. A large variety of Electronics T elephone: 824-2101 We AMS T o Please “The Newspaper that cares and dares to bring out the truth” #42 George Price Highway Santa Elena, Cayo Belize, CA For further information please call 804-4900 or 626-8822 starnewspaper@gmail.com IDB President Meets WithBelize’s Prime Minister Continue From Page 5 San Ignacio/Santa Elena and theCayo District. Discussions also focused onadditional IDB investments in theCayo District including theXunantunich W elcome Center facility upgrades at Cahal PechMayan Ruin and A TM (Actun T unichil Mukal Maya Site) as well as the San Ignaciotransfer station (Solid W aste Management Program) IDB Program in Belize The IDB’ s current loan portfolio consists of sixinvestment loans for US$48.1million; of which US$17 millionhave been disbursed. Theportfolio includes the recentlyapproved education program as well as loans to support floodmitigation in Belize City water and sanitation upgrades in thePlacencia Peninsula, acommunity action for publicsafety program, and solid wastemanagement in the country’ s W estern corridor Loan disbursements areprojected to reach US$6.6million in 2014, whichrepresents 21 percent ofthe available balance of theportfolio. The IDB country office inBelize actively monitors the per-formance of the portfolio andsupports the executing agenciesin the implementation of theseand a number of attendant tech-nical assistance programs.

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Sunday, July 27, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 7 Gingivitis ("inflammation of the gum tissue") is a non-destructive periodontal disease T he etiology or cause, of plaque-induced gingivitis isbacterial plaque, which acts toinitiate the body's hostresponse. This, in turn, can leadto destruction of the gingivaltissues, which may progress todestruction of the periodontalattachment apparatus. The plaqueaccumulates in the small gapsbetween teeth, in the gingivalgrooves and in areas known asplaque traps: locations that serveto accumulate and maintainplaque. Examples of plaque trapsinclude bulky and overhangingrestorative margins, claps ofremovable partial dentures andcalculus (tartar) that forms on teeth. Although these accumulations may be tiny the bacteria in them producechemicals, such as degrativeenzymes, and toxins, such aslipopolysaccharide (LPS, otherwise known asendotoxin) or lipoteichoic acid (L T A) that promote an inflammatory response in thegum tissue. This inflammationcan cause an enlargement of thegingiva and subsequentformation. Early plaque in healthconsists of a relatively simplebacterial community dominatedby Gram-positive cocci and rods.As plaque matures, and gingivitisdevelops, the communitiesbecome increasingly complexwith higher proportions ofGram-negative rods, fusiforms,filaments, spirilla andspirochetes. Later experimentalgingivitis studies, using culture,provided more informationregarding the specific bacterialspecies present in plaque. T axa associated with gingivitisincluded Fusobacteriumnucleatum subsp. polymorphum,Lachnospiraceae [G-2] sp. HOT100, Lautropia sp. HOT A94, and Prevotella oulorum, whilstRothia dentocariosa was associated with periodontal health.Further study of these taxa iswarranted and may lead to newtherapeutic approaches toprevent periodontal disease. Gingivitis can be preventedthrough regular oral hygiene thatincludes daily brushing and Gingivitis flossing. Hydrogen peroxide,saline, alcohol or chlorhexidinemouth washes may also beemployed. In a recent clinicalstudy the beneficial ef fect of hydrogen peroxide on gingivitis has been highlighted. Rigorousplaque control programs alongwith periodontal scaling andcurettage also have proved to behelpful, although according to theAmerican Dental Association, periodontal scaling and rootplaning are considered as atreatment to periodontal disease,not as a preventive treatmentfor periodontal disease. In a1997 review of effectivenessdata the U.S. Food and DrugAdministration (FDA) found clear evidence which showed thattoothpaste containing triclosanwas effective in preventinggingivitis. In many countries, such as theUnited States, mouthwashescontaining chlorhexidine areavailable only by prescription. Researchers analyzedgovernment data on calcium consumption and periodontaldisease indicators in nearly13,000 U.S. adults. They foundthat men and women who hadcalcium intakes of fewer than500 milligrams, or about half therecommended dietary allowance,were almost twice as likely tohave gum disease, as measured bythe loss of attachment of thegums from the teeth. Theassociation was particularly evi-dent for people in their 20s and30s. Preventing gum disease mayalso benefit a healthy heart.According to physicians with TheInstitute for Good Medicine atthe Pennsylvania MedicalSociety good oral health can reduce risk of cardiac events.Poor oral health can lead toinfections that can travel withinthe bloodstream.

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Page 8 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 27, 2014 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 An elderly lady from San Ignacio is in an elevator atPrincess Hotel in Belize City going to visit some of herrelatives. A beautiful young white woman gets in smelling of veryexpensive perfume. She turns upher nose at the old woman andsays arrogantly "Giorgio, Beverly Hills, $240.00 anounce." The elderly lady with a deadpanexpression says nothing. Another young and beautiful woman smelling expensive,enters the lift, turns, looks downher long pointed nose at the old lady and says "Chanel No.5, Paris, $400.00 an ounce." The lift is now filled withthe aroma of the magnificentscents of the combinedperfumes. One floor later as the lady from Succots approaches herdestination, she quietly easesout a long silent burst of gas,which quickly overpowers thecombined expensive perfumesand leaves the two women withwater in their eyes. As she steps out of the elevator she turns and says "Beans, San Ignacio Market,$2.00 a pound." Perfume Three men were sentenced todie a Chinese, a Ketchi, andGarifuna. On the day they weresentenced to hang, the priestasked each man "what's your last wish?" The Chinese said "I would love to eat a chow mein." After he ate the meal, they hung him. The Ketchi was next. He said "I want Escabeche with corntortilla." After he ate his meal, they hung him too. The Garifuna then gave his lastwish. He said: "W ell, its a ver y long time that I haven't suckeda mango." The priest replied: "Sorry it s not mango season." The Garifuna replied: “W ell, I will wait." Mango Season A man and his wife were having an argument about who shouldbrew the coffee each morning. The wife said, "Y ou should do it, because you get up first, andthen we don't have to wait aslong to get our coffee". The husband said, Y ou ar e in charge of the cookingaround here and you shoulddo it, because that is your job,and I can just wait for my Who Should Make the Coffee coffee." W ife replies, "No you should do it, and besides it is in theBible that the man should do thecoffee." Husband replies, I can't believe that, show me." So she fetched the Bible,and opened the New T estament and shows him at the top ofseveral pages, that it indeedsays: "HEBREWS" A man was in the W estern Regional Hospital dying fromcancer He told everyone that knows him he was dying fromHIV/AIDS. His son who visited him at Maya Angelou Everything In The Everything In The Everything In The Everything In The Everything In The Universe Has Rhythm, Universe Has Rhythm, Universe Has Rhythm, Universe Has Rhythm, Universe Has Rhythm, Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances. A Dying Man’ s W ish the hospital ask him, why was hetelling everyone he was dyingfrom HIV/AIDS. He turn to his son and said,"Because nobody will want yourmother when I am gone."

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Sunday, July 27, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 9 #2 Earl T rapp The Leadership of the United Democratic Party (UDP) extends a very Special Invitation to Supporters registered in San Ignacio and Santa Elena to participate in the convention for the election of the UDP T own Council T eam #1 Shary Medina Elect Y our UDP T eam MA YORAL CANDIDA TES #16 Ray Thompson #1 Earl Aragon #2 George Boiton #3 Charles Cabral #4 Eduardo Cano #5 Moses Chuc #6 Marco Martin Coyoc #7 Bernadette Fernandez #8 Carlos Garcia #9 Malta Garcia #10 Jose “Wiching” Lemus #1 1 Iliana Mor eno #12 David Morey #13 V anessa Neal #14 Michael Salazar #15 Nick Singh Sunday July 27, 2014 Sacr ed Hear t Primar y School, San Ignacio 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Come Out And V ote For The Candidates Of Y our Choice

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Page 10 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 27, 2014 Preparations are being madefor the first rugby clubs to beestablished in Belize, focusingon the hugely popular and fastgrowing Sevens game, which willmake its debut in the 2016 RioDe Janeiro Olympic Games. Rugby Sevens is a variant of thetraditional rugby union game ina number of ways, chiefly: Seven players on the field only(2 Pr ops, Hooker Scrum half, Fly-half, Centre & Winger) Seven minute halves, instead offorty minutes, with one minutehalf-time All conversions are drop-kicked, not place-kicked Only three players in the scruminstead of eight “Rugby Belize plans to focus on the development of rugbysevens as a forerunner togrowing a full regular (15man) team, and prepare toenter Belize into the nextCommonwealth and Olympicgames. Rugby Belize GlobalAmbassador Jono W oodward, is himself an experiencedsevens player and is enjoying a Rugby Sevens First Rugby In Belize very successful pro-rugbycareer in sevens.” Explained T ony Gillings Founder of Rugby Belize. Rugby Sevens has seensignificant growth in popularity as rugby spread around the worldand coaches realized thatsevens offered an opportunity tointroduce the sport to non-players and continue playerdevelopment amongst traditionalplayers, in a more focusedmanner as it allows for better individual player developmentacross the range of physical andcognitive skills before they moveinto the 15-man team game. Continue T o P ag e 1 4 Players can also remain in thesevens game for the entirety ofthe career The rise in popularity of sevensrugby is partly due to its fastpaced physicality but also because events are conducted ina festival atmosphere; many havea theme, like monsters or cartooncharacters, and encouragespectators to turn up in costumes.This has resulted in an increasein the number of competitionsaround the world. Most notablyis the W orld Series which is hosted annually by England,Scotland, South Africa, Dubai, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and the USA,amongst others. Most member-countries of theIRB, now have a sevensprogramme to support their 15-man team development and boostawareness of the sport generally Says T ony “Sevens is very popular throughout CentralAmerica and the Caribbean,and I hope Belize will soon beparticipating in competitionacross this region because withits festival atmosphere, nobodycould do a rugby sevens eventlike Belize.” Anybody interested in finding out more about the sport, orregistering to join a team, shouldcheck out the website, and makecontact via www .rugbybelize.com Further inquiries or information:T ony Gillings Founder Rugby Belize T : +353 86 389 3865 E: tonygillings@hotmail.com www .rugbybelize.com Haddan Garbutt

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Page 12 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 27, 2014 ARIES: Mar ch 22 to April 20 This is a mixed week in whichUranus enters its retrograde phase,possibly bringing out the rebel in you.This, along with the Sun's move intoLeo, encourages risk taking and adesire for adventure. Howeverdeeper currents show up as Marsmoves into Scorpio on Friday If financial matters have been ratherslow to improve, progress can nowbe made. A strong determination to overcome challenges in this area willencourage you to put 100 percent intosolving problems for good. Lucky numbers: 05, 87, 93. T AURUS: April 21 to May 21 There's an accent oncommunication, although a cautiousapproach might best on T uesday when edgy influences couldencourage arguments. If you want tostay friends with someone, it's bestnot to rock the boat. However Thursday can be excellent for detailedwork, planning, and or ganization. Y ou can make great strides if you put yourmind to it. Relationships couldbecome a lot more passionate whenMars jogs into Scorpio on Friday However control battles might also be a problem unless you work tokeep the peace. Lucky numbers: 19, 55, 70. GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 The Sun joins Jupiter in Leo onT uesday spotlighting communication and interaction. This can be a greattime to showcase your abilities oradvertise your goods and services.However you could also make a lot of money promoting and selling otherpeople's products. The movementof Mars into Scorpio on Fridayenlivens your zone of work and health.If you've been feeling under theweather you might want to consider a short detox as a way to cleanse andrefresh your body Lucky numbers: 63, 79, 91. CANCER June 21 to July 21 Finances look set to improve withJupiter now in your money sector and this week's move of the Sun intoLeo adds emphasis to this area.Opportunities to increase your earningsmay become more plentiful, especiallyif you're willing to work hard to findthem. This is a time when the moreeffort you put in, the more you'll get out.The move of Mars into Scorpio bringspassion to your romance sector If you're a writer or artist, your creationsmay have a rich, deep intensity Lucky numbers: 24, 67, 73. LEO: July 24 to August 21 W ith Jupiter now boosting your ener gy and enlivening your creativity you're truly in your element. Hang on Your Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers to your hat, as the next twelve monthsmay be a real roller -coaster ride. Y ou'll be a beacon of warmth and naturalcharisma as the Sun eases into your signon T uesday Y et home and family matters may be stirred up when Marsmoves into Scorpio on Friday with a focus on transformation in this area. TheNew Moon in your sign on Saturday isperfect for making a fresh start. Lucky numbers: 16, 47, 59. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 A powerful focus on your spiritual sector shows up as the Sun joinsJupiter in Leo. Y ou're in a natural phase when exploring your dreams,paying attention to your intuitiveimpulses, and becoming acquainted withyour deeper purpose is very much inthe fore. As a result, you may want to take time out to reflect, meditate, andtune in. However you'll also be diving in deep as Mars moves into yourcommunication sector W ith detective-like ferocity you may leave no stone unturned in your quest forknowledge. Lucky numbers: 02, 27, 36. LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 The "fun meter" is set on high, with a delightful focus on dating,socializing, and romance. Y ou'll be in your element when the Sun joinsJupiter or ganizing events, matchmaking, and generally bringingfolks together Thursday could be particularly delightful for romance oreven a first date, as a warm and cozyatmosphere encourages intimacy Financial matters get a lively bumpas Mars enters Scorpio on Friday Perhaps you'll be more determined tosort out debt and increase yourearnings while you're at it. Lucky numbers: 1 1, 29, 32. SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 The spotlight beckons this week asthe Sun joins Jupiter in Leo to makeyou the star of the show Now more than ever it's time to prioritize yourgoals and focus on those that mattermost. Success may become evenmore of a possibility as Mars movesinto your sign on Friday After what may have seemed like months oftreading water you'll be in the thick of the action. Along with this you'll be motivated to overcome challengesand explore new pathways to greaterhappiness. Lucky numbers: 08, 23, 44. SAGITT ARIUS: November 22 to December 21 New adventures open up for youas a focus on exploration coincideswith a restless need to travel. Y ou might also be motivated to study perhaps to gain a certification, or trylecturing, teaching, or gettingpublished. Y et deeper currents of energy might draw your attention toinner impulses and feelings or to eventsthat may have caused trauma at onetime or another Mars moves into Scorpio, which indicates the weeksahead may bring an opportunity forhealing and rebirth. Lucky numbers: 10, 51, 66. CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 The current lineup can be helpfulif you're an entrepreneur orbusinessperson with ambition. As the Sun joins Jupiter in Leo and your zoneof shared resources, your optimismand willingness to take risks mayratchet up a notch or two. Beingpractical and down to earth, it helpsto make a plan before you get started.Y our social life perks up as Mars moves into Scorpio, enliveningrelationships with friends andassociates and connecting you topeople with power and influence.Lucky numbers: 39, 41, 58. AQUARIUS: January 20 to February 18 Y ou're in a phase when relationships are at an all-time high, especially since Jupiter moved into Leo. This weekthe Sun moves in, too, spotlightinginteractions with others and bringingsunshine, warmth, and energy tobusiness or romantic partnerships.Y our social life may get busier and busier which you might quite enjoy However career matters also get a boost as Mars moves into Scorpioon Friday As it's here for a few months, the energy and determinationto overcome challenges may be verypronounced. Lucky numbers:13, 33, 75. PISCES: February 20 to March 21 A feeling of vitality and radiance could give you a boost that notonly enhances energy levels butalso gives you that feel-goodfactor W ith Jupiter and the Sun in Leo it's very possible you'll get apromotion, if not now then at some point in the future. Romanticopportunities may coincidewith intense exchanges, wherecontrol battles and a desire for powercould unleash sexual desire. Y ou might be trying hard and failing to resistsomeone's advances. Passion maywin out in the end. Lucky numbers: 53, 80, 98.

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Page 14 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, July 27, 2014 Hattieville United Y outh Sports Club342 5790 / 623 4457E: hattievilleunitedyouths@yahoo.com www .rugbybelize.com EDITOR’S NOTES Rugby Union is a new sportfor Belize, which has seensignificant interest from sports-men and women across thecountry following recent articles in local and national media andthe launch of its website – www .rugbybelize.com “There’ s been so much interest we are now busily setting up fiverugby union clubs in Belmopan,Belize City Hattieville, Orange W alk and San Pedro,” says T ony “Other clubs will be organized where interest isexpressed by local communi-ties”. T o support the communitybased clubs and act as the drivingforce behind further growth anddevelopment of rugby a national governing authority is currentlybeing set up. The Belize RugbyBoard, working in conjunctionwith the National Sports Council,will ensure compliance withrugby laws and, eventually work to secure internationalrecognition to enable Belize tocompete regionally and furtherafield. The Belize Rugby Board will beaffiliated with the National SportsCouncil and the Belize Olympicand Commonwealth GamesAssociation, and will aim toachieve associate membership ofthe International Rugby Board (the global governingauthority of rugby union)within two years. This will allowteams to represent Belize in aprofessional competitivecapacity in rugby union, sevensand other appropriate events,regionally and further afield. There are rugby authoritiesthroughout Central America, including Mexico, Guatemala,Honduras, Costa Rica, Panamaand El Salvador and across the Caribbean. There are also tworegional authorities:CONSUR – which organizes andmanages competitionsthroughout South and CentralAmerica and NACRA, whichlooks after competitions in theNorth. Rugby Belize will seek to apply for membership ofNACRA, but will be guided by theIRB. Rugby Union is just one of anumber of variants (codes) of thesport. Others are League, Sevens,Wheelchair and Underwater Whilst Sevens comes under theauspices of rugby union, each ofthe other codes has a separateglobal governing authority and the Belize Rugby Board aims toestablish links with these to helpin future development of thesport. The Founder of Rugby Belize,T ony Gillings, is a keen rugby enthusiast, writer and works as anHR Consultant. He is currentlybased in Ireland but plans to re-locate to Belize. NOTICE Dear Readers & Contributors: Kindly forward all Ads, Letters, Articles, Comments and Humor to We thank you all We thank you all We thank you all We thank you all We thank you all for your continuous for your continuous for your continuous for your continuous for your continuous support over the support over the support over the support over the support over the years. years. years. years. years. starnewspaper@gmail.com For further information please call 804-4900 or 626-8822 Put Garbage Put Garbage Put Garbage Put Garbage Put Garbage In It’s In It’s In It’s In It’s In It’s Proper Place Proper Place Proper Place Proper Place Proper Place Keep San Ignacio Keep San Ignacio Keep San Ignacio Keep San Ignacio Keep San Ignacio & & & & & Santa Elena Santa Elena Santa Elena Santa Elena Santa Elena Clean and Clean and Clean and Clean and Clean and Beautiful!!! Beautiful!!! Beautiful!!! Beautiful!!! Beautiful!!! Message From Mayor John August & Council Rugby Sevens First Rugby In Belize Continued F r om P ag e 1 0

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Sunday, July 27, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 15 Continued From Front Page Geraldine She is also survived by sons; W ilward Jr ., Joshua and David Jones Pech Walks Free Continued From Front Page Miss Manchie Laid To Rest Ms. Manchie was laid to rest onSaturday July 19, 2014 in Santa Elena. May her soul rest ineternal peace. store to purchase a phone card.An altercation reportedlyerupted between the accused andthe deceased resulting in thedeceased emerging with threestab wounds: one to the left sideof the neck, another to the leftside of the ribcage and a third stabwound to the right side of thechin. The blood trail revealed thatthe deceased walked about 50 yards from the spot where he wasallegedly stabbed. The police arrived on the sceneshortly after receiving the report.Upon arrival the police cameupon the motionless body of thedeceased in the middle of thevillage street. The suspect,allegedly under the influence ofalcohol when detained by thepolice, was found with a penknife strapped to the waist. When inspected the knife was allegedlyfound with suspected blood stainsand therefore believed to be themurder weapon. It is alleged that the accused isclaiming self defense in that thedeceased, his cousin and fellowCristo Rey villager reportedly attacked him with stones thereby “This is your UDP Government at work in the normal course” Hon. Dean Barrow Prime Minister of Belize triggering the incident. As a condition of his release, the accused Geovanni Pech wasordered to surrender all traveldocuments. He was informed thatthe charge against him can bereinstituted if and when thepolice and the office of the DPPrectify the discrepancy

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