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Sunday, August 3, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.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. 408 Sunday, August 3, 2014 Price $1.00 Please T ur n T o P ag e 1 4 It s with deep regret that we record the passing of yet another wellknown Santa Elena woman. Mrs. Agustina Mar nee Zetina was born in the lovely village of Bomba in theBelize District on the 4th May 1953 to Domingo and Felipa Zetina. Agustina is survived by her sisters: V irma Guerra, Mar tha Morris T er esita Zetina (in Los Angeles, USA), Rufina Tzul (in T ulum, Mexico), Rosalina Jenkins, Natalia Carillo, Carmen Gilharry;Brothers: Santiago, Carlos, Ricardo, Alejandr o, and Antholino. Eulogy was read by Mr V ictor Gongora: Agustina left Bomba, her river village, with her parents and siblingsto start a new life in the sea side townof Corozal T own. Agustina grew up in the Rainbow town area of CorozalT own taking the scenic sea side street to go to St. Francis Xavier School andthen Xavier College. It was just afterher graduation from Xavier Collegethat Agustina met the charming, playful, hard-working muchacho del Cayo Zenaido Mar Zenaido was in Corozal T own working in the construction business. They marriedthree years later on the 6th August, 1975 (almost 39 years ago) at the Nazarene Church in Corozal T own. Mrs. Agustina Mar nee Zetina Teacher Mar Laid To Rest SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,Thursday July 31, 2014: Rojelio Hernandez a 24 year old Belizean laborer is in double troublefirst with his alleged involvement in astolen boat report and secondly withthe discovery of a shotgun andcartridges at his residence in theBarton Creek community The stolen boat report was made on July 1 1 this year by Christopher Lowe. In a report to the police Lowe informed that his $1,500,dark green, canoe along with its $15aluminum paddle and the chain andpadlock used to secure it, werestolen from his farm in the BartonCreek area. The police investigation first led to the detention of the prime suspect,Rojelio Hernandez and later to the Police Recovers Chris Canoe Christopher Lowe Negro Man area, also in theCayo District, where onT uesday July 29, the police found the canoe. Theperson found in possessionof the canoe informedthe police of havingpurchased it from RogelioHernandez. Hernandez was subsequently arrested andformally charged for thestolen canoe. Whilst inpolice lockup informationwas received of hisconnection with a shotgunand cartridges. Thefollowing day W ednesday July 30, he was transportedto his house in the Barton Creek community where a searchwas conducted. The search ended when police came upon a black rusty16 gauge shotgun without serialnumber along with 2 matchingcartridges and a 20 gauge cartridgeall found in the ceiling of the upperportion of the unpainted two storywooden house. Police informed that when questioned, Hernandez told themthat the gun and cartridges did notbelong to him and that he was merelyasked to hold them for someone. Hewas consequently informed of theoffence committed, Hernandez wasre-escorted to the police station wherehe was formally arrested and chargedfor the possession of an unlicensedfirearm and ammunition. He appeared in court on Thursday July 31 where he pled not guilty to allcharges he was consequentlyremanded to prison.
Page 2 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday, August 3, 2014 Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial It is not that the UDP is right, it is that the PUP is alwayswrong PM Dean Barrow during one of his quarterly press conferences. Of late, the United Democratic Party seems to be getting it all rightwhile the opposition People s United Party continues to be always wrong.Last week it was the Prime Minister s visit to the Karl Heusner MemorialHospital for medical treatment thusincreasing the credibility of our nation s flagship medical facility Few days later it was the airing of the Up Close Interview with the Prime Minister as he confronted and ably addressedmatters of national interests W ith the inability to attack anything said in theinterview the opposition PUP through its official mouth pieces, has directedtheir attention to the cost of the clothesand the pair of shoes that the PM waswearing. In fact, what else does oneexpect from a political party almost 20 years later that continues to criticize the kind of watch worn byPM Dean Barrow This week it was W ednesday s Good News press conferencefeaturing, again, the nation s maximum leader Prime Minister Dean Barrow informing of the goodhis government has done and moregood yet to come. In enters the leader of the opposition, still licking his wounds after his party s sole flagging horse, the Elvin Penner matter fell by thewayside, publicly informing the nationthat, probably from his experience asa lawyer the matter is going nowhere. Nothing will come of it he rightfullyinformed. Notwithstanding, he said,we the PUP will continue to keep theissue alive. In legal circles, this is calledwasting the court s time. The United Democratic Party succeeded in conducting the biggestmunicipal convention ever resulting inover 3,000 supporters casting theirballots. On the flip side, the chairmanof the opposition PUP informed thathe was in Cayo this past Saturday towitness the endorsement of his party s candidate for the Cayo Northconstituency It was a small convention admitted the PUP Chairman on is party s radio station on Monday as only about a dozen of the delegates in the constituencyattended. The UDP is this Sunday preparing for the convention to elect the teamof councilors which promises to beanother big public event while theopposition is yet to find candidates fortheir Belize City slate. The opposition mouthpieces on their radio station with limited transmissioncapacity continues to disrespect public officers by threatening themwith jail sentences if ever the It s Just That The Opposition Is Always Wr ong 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: email@example.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 opposition should return togovernment all of this oppositiondisrespect to public officers ishappening while the Prime Minister s promised salary increases is this weekfinding its way into the pockets andbank accounts of all public officersand pensioners. 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 The Officer Commanding San Ignacio PoliceFormation extends a cordial invitation to theGeneral Public for a T own Meeting which is scheduled for W ednesday 6th August, 2014 at 7:00 pm, at the Cayo W elcome Center in San Ignacio T own. The purpose fo the meeting is to inform theGeneral Public of the Crime Status and thoseattending should take note that the CrimeStatus and those attending should take note thattheir concerns and views will also be noted inorder for the formation to address whatever isin its reach. The General Public is encouraged tocontinue supporting the Police in its fightagainst crime. Dinsdale Thompson, Supt, L.S.M. Officer Commanding San Ignacio Police Formation PUBLIC MEETING
Sunday, August 3, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Page 3 UDP Ready!!! Earl T rapp, 1,763 SAN IGNACIO T OWN, Sunday July 27, 2014: The United Democratic Party(UDP) held its convention today at Sacred Heart Primary School in SanIgnacio for the election of the party s slate to contest the March 4, 2015municipal elections for the twin townsof San Ignacio and Santa Elena. The historic turnout of voters wasimpressive with over three thousandpersons casting their ballots. Electorsparticipating in the convention includedthose registered in Cayo Central, CayoNorth and Cayo North Eastconstituencies. 1. Bernadette Fernandez: 1,61 1 Nick Singh: 1,078 David Morey: 1,043 George Boiton: 1,258 V anessa Neal: 1,342 Michael Salazar:1,071 councilor candidates. Contesting the mayoral positionwhere serving town councilors Earl T rapp and Shar y Medina while the following sixteen candidates offeredthemselves to fill the six councilor The convention was the only one inthe nine municipalities in whichelection was held for both mayoral and positions. V oting period began promptly at 10:00 am as scheduled. There was asteady inflow of voters throughout theday with not a single break in the linesthroughout the entire eight hours ofvoting period. By the time the lineswere officially declared closed at6:00pm there was still over onehundred and seventy five votersin all five lines. The last ballotwas therefore casted a little after 6:30pm. The counting began immediately after the last ballot was cast. Theresults revealed that exactly 3,012persons cast their ballots. After all 3,012 ballots were counted, the resultswere announced at around 1 1:45 pm, by the chairman of the UnitedDemocratic Party Alber to August. In the mayoral contest, Earl T rapp with 1,763 votes defeated Shary Medina by 593 votes who received 1,170 votes. There were 79 rejectedballots in the mayoral contest. On the councilors side, forming theUDP slate of councilors for theupcoming municipal elections in thetwin towns are the six candidates, inorder of highest number of votesreceived: 1. Bernadette Fernandez 1,61 1 votes; 2. V anessa Neal 1,342 votes, 3. George Boiton 1,258 votes, 4. Nick Singh 1,078 votes, 5. Michael Salazar 1,071 votes and 6. David Morey with 1,043 votes. The ten unsuccessful candidates are:7. Moses Chuc 895 votes; 8. Malta Garcia 861 votes; 9. Iliana Moreno 842 votes; 10. Eduardo Cano 806 votes; 1 1. Earl Aragon 801 votes; 12. Charles Cabral, 778 votes; 13. Jose Lemus 742 votes; 14. Ray Thompson, 601 votes; 15. Marco Coyoc 486 and 16. Carlos Garcia 394. The United Democratic Partyconvention team moves to the ITVETcompound on Freetown Road inBelize City this Sunday August 3 for the convention to elect the 10councilor candidates for the UDPBelize City Council slate which willbe headed by the unopposedincumbent Mayor of Belize City Darr ell Bradley The party will then move into theofficial endorsement of mayoral andcouncilor candidates in the remainingseven municipalities all of which shouldfinish by the end of August after which the party will be battle ready for theMarch 4, 2015 municipal election asbattle lines are drawn for 67 seatscountrywide being 9 mayoral and 58for councilors.
Page 4 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, August 3, 2014 The remains of 31 indigenousIxil Mayans, killed at the heightof the Guatemala civil war have been buried in the country'snorth-west. Hundreds of people attendedthe ceremony in Nebaj, Quicheprovince, singing hymns andburning incense. The army attacked the village ofXecax in 1982, accusing localsof supporting a left-winginsur gency An estimated 200,000 people were killed in the 1960-1996civil war the vast majority of them indigenous Mayans. The bodies of many of thosekilled had been burned anddumped in mass graves. Theremains were exhumed fouryears ago. Forensic experts havesucceeded in identifying onlyeight of the 31 Xecax victims. Diego Rivera head of the North Quiche V ictims Association, said it had been Guatemala's Ixil Mayans Bury Victims Of 1982 Massacre difficult to identify the remainsbecause many had turned toashes. Guatemala's former militaryruler Efrain Rios Montt is accused among other charges -of ordering the deaths of 1,771 people of the Ixil Maya ethnicgroup during his time in office in1982-83. He has denied anyresponsibility Gen Riot Montt, 87, wasconvicted of genocide and war crimes in May 2013. However the conviction was overturned by the constitutionalcourt, which argued he had beendenied due process. A retrial is scheduled for January 2015. Hundred of people turned out to the funeral procession
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He was my third child, so Ithought I had the mommy-thingfigured out. Only Robbie didn'thave the same personality orneeds of his older brothers.They'd taken bottles easily But Saying Goodbye T o Something Y ou Love this child had a unique bond withme. Not only that, but we couldn'tjust sit together; I had to bewalking and rocking him. If thatboy was awake, he needed totouch me and be moving, or thecrying began. My older sons, ages 2 and 4,weren't the quiet type either Other children kept occupiedwith a bag of toys, crayons or pa-per Not mine. My life changed dramaticallywith the birth of my third son. As a result, I made the difficultdecision to quit many things Ienjoyed: my part-time job,leading children's ministry andteaching Bible study to name afew Most days I just felt sad as the world seemed to pass me by A highlight was picking up a dozen donuts and a Diet Coke andheading to Cheri's house. She wasthe only friend who couldtolerate my three rowdy children.And she also understood that DietCoke offsets the calories in thedonuts. The perfect friend! I loved those little boys im-mensely And not a day passed that I didn't thank God for them. But I grieved what I'd left behind,and that grieving affected myenjoyment of the present. I missed having position andauthority at work. I longed for thesense of completion. Sadly I thought my "ministry" was outside my home, and wonderedwhen God would use me again. Thankfully God intervened in adramatic way and I came to understand and appreciate thecalling and cost of motherhood.God changed my heart andpriorities, and the rewards havefar outweighed the sacrifices. Butit was still hard. Recently God brought those difficult years to mind as I read 1Chronicles 28 and 29. These chapters record KingDavid passing his crown andassignment to build God's templeto his son, Solomon. In thisdecision, David gave up hisposition, authority respect and purpose. Did David mope and moan?Did he grab donuts and diet sodawith a friend? No, the Bible tellsus David "praised the Lord in the presence of the whole as-sembly" (1 Chronicles 29:10). What follows is one of themost beautiful, humble prayers inthe Bible. David's graciousactions and adoration for Godinspired and moved hearts in theJewish people. After praying, Scripture tells us David invited the people to praiseGod: "So they all praised the LORD, the God of their fathers;they bowed down, prostrating themselves before the LORDand the king" (1 Chronicles 29:20). What a vivid contrast betweenmy response and King David'swhen each of us gave upsomething we loved. David didn'tgrip the past tightly; he openedhis hands and heart to embracewhat God was doing in thepresent. I can't go back to those earlyyears, but with God's help andDavid's example, I can changehow I respond in the future. David had cultivated a life ofpraise, so when faced with loss,that habit elevated his response.David's trust in God was so greatthat he joyfully supported otherswho would build the temple helonged to build. As I've addressed this personally I've discovered praising God is at the center ofcontentment. As we praise Him, we find the assurance that He'sgot things covered ... even babieswho cry inconsolably and ourlonging for significance. It's there, in knowing God seesus and hasn't forgotten us, we findpeace. And it's there, in every walking-rocking-sleepless night,we find purpose. My season of life is differentnow but I'm still faced with saying "goodbye" to things I love. That "little" boy moves away to college next month, andI'm praying for an attitude likeKing David's full of praise,grace and generosity of heart.
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Page 12 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, August 3, 2014 ARIES: Mar ch 22 to April 20 Although homey af fairs may claim part of your time and attention, themain focus is on leisure, pleasure, andenjoying yourself. Y ou'll be in your element if you're the entrepreneurialtype. However a conflict or challenge could require a creative solution.As Mercury moves into Leo onThursday it adds even more energyto your zone of romance andentertainment. This could be a timeof energetic activity if you proceedwith caution and don't give in torisk taking or recklessness. Lucky numbers: 15, 27, 39 T AURUS: April 21 to May 21 W ith a focus on domestic matters and family affairs your home is yourcastle this week and for some time tocome. Mercury's entrance into Leomay encourage planning andorganization associated withhome-based projects or perhaps aspot of remodeling. However it helps to confer with a partner before yougo ahead. Differences of opinioncould mean you clash on essentialissues. Home entertaining could bepositively delightful, especially thisweek when you may have more thanone good reason to celebrate. Lucky numbers: 32, 44, 58. GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 Y ou may need intense focus to push past obstacles and overcomechallenges. Narrowing your focus andconcentrating on one goal might bethe best way to make good progress.There's a very vital and lively energyshowing up in your communicationsector If you're dissatisfied with your job, you might be tempted to look forsomething else, in which case thiscould be a great time to apply for jobsor schedule interviews. Be sure topromote yourself on your CV!Lucky numbers: 04, 19, 29. CANCER June 21 to July 21 Things seem to be looking up asMercury joins Jupiter in yourfinancial zone. If previous months havebeen disappointing, this week and themonths ahead may begin to make upfor it. Use this opportunity to promoteyour goods and services, send out CVs,and make use of all your skills. W ith Mars now zipping through Scorpio, it'slikely that creative efforts may have anintensely passionate streak that couldearn you a lot of money if promoted inthe right circles. Lucky numbers: 62, 76, 88. LEO: July 24 to August 21 Mercury bops into your sign thisweek, adding even more emphasis to Your Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers self-expression, the sharing of ideas, andpursuing personal goals. Y ou may be on fire with plans that you've been mullingover for some time. In fact, yourenthusiasm could reach new heightswhen your entrepreneurial abilities andfabulous business sense go to work foryou to reap rich financial rewards. Butlife at home could be a drain on yourener gy The presence of Mars here could be the catalyst that helpsovercome any challenges. Lucky numbers: 72, 85, 97. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 The week ahead could be one ofsuccessful activity along with a renewedlevel of ener gy Y ou can do very well if you can keep track of what you'redoing without being tempted into riskymoves. Paying attention to yourintuition and even your dreams mayprovide helpful guidance along the way The focus on your spiritual sectormakes this a positive time for all kindsof practices, such as meditation, yoga,or anything else that soothes the spiritand calms the mind. Lucky numbers: 09, 53, 69. LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 The accent on socializing is verypronounced, making this one of thebest times of the year to connect withothers, network, or date. As Mercury zips into Leo there will be even morereasons to accept invitations, attendevents, and keep your socialcalendar fairly full. On another note,you could be pouring your energy intofixing your finances, which has to bea good thing. Career matters are alsoin focus, although you might need tomake one or two compromises if youwant to get ahead. Lucky numbers: 49, 83, 94. SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 Y ou can't hide from the spotlight, although you might not exactly enjoybeing there in the first place. Mercury'spresence in Leo as of Thursdayencourages you to focus on self-promotion. If you're hoping to get anew job, explore a different careerpath, or improve your businesssuccess, it's vital to do so. Thismonth in particular offers manyopportunities to impress the rightpeople. Mars in your sign suggestskeeping your plans to yourself until itmakes sense to unveil them. Lucky numbers: 1 1, 28, 36. SAGITT ARIUS: November 22 to December 21 Can you resist the call of the wild?W ith a happy accent on expanding your horizons and entering newterritory the adventure may have only begun. This week you might want tocommit to travel plans, or at least to exploring various options open to you.Y ou may also need time out to reflect more deeply on personal issues.Giving yourself the opportunity fordeep healing and cathartic releasecould encourage a powerful innertransformation. The ability to let gomay be essential in all of this. Lucky numbers: 21, 43, 77. CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 Mars encourages you to mix andmingle with influential people, soyour social life seems to be positivelyupbeat right now An accent on business success might encourage youto move in entrepreneurial circles,which is all to your good. This maybe one of the best times of the yearfor upsizing your business plan andaiming for the stars. The only mistakeyou can make is thinking too small. Ifyou're hoping to make a certain sumof money add a few extra zeros on the end for good measure. Lucky numbers: 51, 67, 80. AQUARIUS: January 20 to February 18 Y ou may be in relationship heaven right now especially if you're getting attention from all the right people. As folks continue to promote youbehind your back, you may find jobopportunities rolling in, and contracts,social invitations, dates, and muchmore. Naturally it won't happen atonce, but by now you could begetting an inkling of what's to come.Along with this, your determinationto succeed in your career is all to yourcredit. This is the time when you canaim high and have every chance ofgetting there. Lucky numbers: 01, 48, 99. PISCES: February 20 to March 21 Lifestyle issues continue to be infocus, and this includes your job,health, and everyday routines andhabits. The cosmos is currentlyencouraging you to think big thebigger the better The next important point is to make a plan to accomplishyour dreams. If you can break a keygoal into things you can do on a dailybasis, there's no reason why you can'tachieve it in style. At the same time, you may crave passion and changeof the kind that can transform you ona deep inner level. Lucky numbers: 23, 61, 79.
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Page 14 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, August 3, 2014 Continued F r om P ag e 1 0 Abdominal Pain medications or herbalsupplements? Are you pregnant? Does any activity such aseating or lying on one siderelieve the pain? Have you been injuredrecently? Once an initial evaluation hasbeen completed, your health careprovider may have you undergosome tests to help find the causeof your pain. These may includestool or urine tests, blood tests, barium swallows or enemas, anendoscopy X-ray ultrasound, or CT scan. How Is Abdominal Pain Tr eated? T reating abdominal pain depends on its cause. T reatments can range from medications forinflammation, GERD, or ulcers,to antibiotics for infections, tochanges in personal behavior forabdominal pain caused by certainfoods or beverages. In somecases, such as appendicitis and ahernia, sur gery is necessary Teacher Mar Laid To Rest Of fice T el: 804-4900 Cell: 626-8822 firstname.lastname@example.org Publisher: Nyani K. AzuetaAugust Editor: Sherlene Dawson The Newspaper that cares and dares to bring out the truth #42 George Price Highway Santa ElenaT own, Cayo District, Belize, CA Continued From Front Page The married couple lived I CorozalT own for 10 years giving birth to three Corozalenos: Marlon I (diseased) Marlon Zenaido and Mark Mar chan. They subsequently went to live in the W est, in Cayo, where the Mars multiplied the family evenmore, giving birth to Marvin V incent, Mar cel and Marjelie Carmen, their only daughter They also raised Jose Luis Dominguez their foster son. After high school, Agustina started her teaching career a career which spanned 36 years, at RanchitoGovernment School in Corozal. She,subsequently taught in other schools in Corozal, including her alma mater before she obtained her T eacher s Diploma from the Belize T eachers College in 1986. After T eachers College, she bade goodbye to theschool children of Corozal resumingher teaching at the schools in the CayoDistrict: Sacred Heart, Santa Elena,Faith Nazarene and Howard SmithNazarene. She mostly taught infantsin the lower division, and besidesbeing a teacher she was also at timesV ice Principal and even Principal. Miss Mar the teacher never for got her pupils and she could always beheard saying: Oh, yes, I taught him/her He/she was a fine young man/woman! The beloved and loving Agustina was a dedicated teacher and an evenmore dedicated wife, mother andgrandmother Her family was most important to her and she made sureGod knew that, pouring out her heartdaily unto Him praying, petitioning,beseeching, pleading, asking andalways giving thanks. Hear my voice when I cr y Oh Lord; and have mercy also upon me andanswer me She felt that every day her family needed the protection ofGod so every day she cried out toGod covering her family in prayers. As a teacher Agustina would regularly attend the church for theschool where she taught. However it was after retirement, andenlargement of the family to includein-laws and grandchildren, that shesensed she really needed God in herlife. The start of the year 2014 saw atransformational change in her life aswell as in the life of her husband,Zenaido, when both, independently sought the God of creation and founda merciful, heavenly Father Jesus became her all: Savior Lord, Confidante, Healer and her hope.Being a woman to whom family isimportant, she quickly embraced theSanta Elena Lighthouse FoursquareChurch family as her own andincluded both families in thecelebration of life, whether it was abirthday celebration or as evidenced today her joyous reunion with her Beloved Jesus Christ, Son of God. One of my most memorableexpressions of love is framed byAgustina and Zenaido attendingchurch together submitting one to the other Recently Zenaido, her beloved husband of almost 39 years, honoredher at church, publicly thanking Godfor her and telling her from the altarthat he loved her that she was a precious wife to him and humblyasked her to for give him. Agustina responded to his love, glowing withthe same radiance as on the day theygot married, and, humbly asked Zenaido to also for give her What a joyous time that was for Agustina, the healing power of God throughforgiveness where love is restoredand the heart strengthened to facetomorrow and to keep on hoping forthe health and wellbeing of her beloved family She blossomed in the peace of God, and if our Lord hadallowed, she would have kept onglorifying God, working as thefaithful servant that she is for thecontinued expansion of His kingdom. At church she once asked in full humility if she would be allowed totake up the offering. In fact, her lifeitself is a pleasing offering to God.T oday we have the assurance that she is before her Lord who lovinglyaccepts her offering as a fragrantaroma before Him and personallywelcomes her home. W e also have the knowledge that in heaven theprayers of the saints that burn asincense before the enthroned King ofKings carries Agustina s prayers: Lord, save my family! Losing her is painful and fills us withunbearable sorrow but knowing thather passion and love for Jesus madeher an over -comer worthy to sit at the throne of Jesus who alsoovercame and now sits at the throneof God, we have the strength torejoice and to whisper a prayertoday saying: Thank you Jesus! May the Lord of comfort be withus in this time of mourning. 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Sunday, August 3, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Page 15 SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,Thursday July 31, 2014: W ith all the activities happening you might bewondering what is happeningon Falcon Field in San Ignacio?It s the commencement of the rolling out of projectscountrywide under the BelizeInfrastructure Limited (BIL) an initiative of the government ofBelize and in particular the PrimeMinister Hon. Dean Barr ow The government of Belize hascommitted a whopping 30million dollars, five million foreach of the six districts, for thetransformation of major sportingfacilities. In transformingthe concept to reality Prime Transforming Falcon Field And More Dont Dont Dont Dont Dont Be Be Be Be Be A A A A A Litter Litter Litter Litter Litter Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Minister Barrow spoke of theimplementation of Signature Projects in all six districts of the nation. Something he said of which every Belizean shouldbe proud The Falcon Field is one of those possibilities that will be trans-formed to reality The project entails the spending of over 1million dollars for the totaltransformation of this sportingfacility It includes the construction of a roof over the basketball court and other major improve-ments that will drasticallyenhance this sporting facility A transformed Falcon Field will be complemented with majorimprovements, now nearingcompletion, on the adjacent Joseph Andrews Drive. Other Signature Projects to be undertaken in the Cayo districtinclude works on the V ictor Galvez Stadium, the BroasterStadim and the Santa ElenaFootball S tadium. Also in the Cayo district, the Isidoro BeatonStadium in the capital cityBelmopan will undergo totaltransformation. While these Signature Projects are being implemented countrywide, another spin off ofthis venture is the hundreds ofjobs that will be created.
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