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Sunday, September 28, 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. 415 Sunday, September 28, 2014 Price $1.00 CARACOL, Cayo, Thursday September 25, 2014: A 19 year old Special Constable, assigned to the T ourism Police Unit (TPU) was today killed by suspected Guatemalan bandits. San Ignacio police informed of the receipt of the fatal incident report ataround midday today Thursday September 25, 2014. The report indicated that about five minutes before 12 noon, acolleague of the deceased SpecialConstable heard what appeared tobe the firing of several gunshots in thearea of one of the mayan structureslocated about one hundred feet Special Constable Killed On Duty from where he was standing nearanother of the several structureson the tourist site. The colleague reportedly rushed to the scene where he reportedly saw amale person of Hispanic decentpointing a handgun at the SpecialConstable who was on the ground.He reportedly saw a second manpicking up and taking possession ofthe Special Constable’ s service firearm being a pump 12 shotgun. A shot was reportedly fired at theapproaching police, fortunately itmissed its target. The two Hispanicmen were joined by a third as all threefled the area. Special Constable, Danny Conorque 20, a resident of Georgeville, was found on theground, face upwards beside athatched shed in front of the Ka’anastructure. When checked hereportedly showed no signs of life. San Ignacio police arrived on the scene about an hour and forty five minutes after receiving the initialreport. Police retrieved threeexpended 9mm expended shells fromthe scene. The body was transported to the community hospital in San Ignaciowhere, upon arrival at 4:55 pm, it wasofficially pronounced dead by themedical of ficer on duty Dr Kino Fair weather An inspection of the body revealed six gunshot wounds: two to the rightarm and one each to the left side ofthe face, left side to the abdomenexiting on the right side injuring his rightmiddle finger The body now awaits a post mortem examination. A fruitless search of the area was conducted by a joint police/BelizeDefense Force T eam. The government issued 12 gauge shot gunremains missing. As the investigation continues, Belize Police have enlisted assistancefrom their Guatemalan counterpart. Special Constable Danny Conorque Teacher Louise Passes T eacher Louise Bridget Lewis SANT A ELENA T OWN, Cayo, Thursday September 25, 2014: It is with profound sadness that werecord the passing of another seniorresident of our community Mrs. Louise Bridget Lewis 76, known to many as “Aunt Lou” or “T eacher Louise” Aunt Lou never recovered from a stroke she suffered while at home onSaturday September 20. She was first rushed to the community hospitalin San Ignacio and later to theUniversal Health Services in BelizeCity where she passed away quietlyat around 12:40 this Thursdaymorning. Aunt Lou is retired primary school teacher Many are those of us who “passed through her hands” She was an avid member of the CatholicChurch. She was one of the firstlay ministers of the Sacred Heart Parish. She was a member of thechoir and just loved to sing in church.She was the chief organizer of Easterevents including the traditionalprocession and the Stations of theCross. Aunt Lou was foundation S t. Continues On Page 15

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Page 2 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, September 28, 2014 Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial 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 & EngineW ash As W ell As Pr essur e W ashing Outside of Houses CELL: 610-3503 or 627-9966 TEL: 824-4971 SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE September sale!!! W e sell: Digicell & Smar t phones, Laptops. Kitchen Appliances. Cosmetics.School shoes Furnitur e (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. Motorcycles. Etc... SALE SALE SALE!!! For the entire month of September only at Shopper ’ s Choice and follow us on Facebook Receive A FREE Gift ForEvery $500 Or Mor e Y ou Spend With Us. No T urning Back Formed on September 27,1973 the United Democratic Party(UDP) is this week engaged in activities commemorating the41st anniversary of the formationof the party The UDP was birthed through the amalgamation of the Phillip Goldson led National Independence Party(NIP) Dean Lindo’ s People’ s Development Movement (PDM) and the Liberal Party founded by Manuel Esquivel, Curl Thompson, Henry“Pa Hen” Y oung, Harrison “Sir Harry” Lawrence and Nestor“Net” V asquez. Eleven years after its formation the UDP made history in December 1984 when it defeated the George Price led People’ s United Party (PUP) in the first general elections after theSeptember 21, 1981 attainment ofBelize’ s political independence from Great Britain. History was also made in the 1984 general election when the undefeatedPremier/newly appointed PrimeMinister Geor ge Cadle Price was defeated in the FreetownConstituency by the young political newcomer Der ek Aikman who would become the youngest memberof the Manuel Esquivel led UDP Government. Having served as government going on to four terms in postIndependence Belize, the UDP iscurrently serving its first back to backterms in office in post independentBelize. The PUP has served three terms in government in post independent Belizeas follows: 1989 to 1993 under theleadership of George Cadle Price Then between 1998 and 2003 underSaid Musa who was reelected to serve a second consecutive termbetween 2003 and 2008. In the first administration the PUP under George Price, financed theeconomy through the bucket sale ofour passports. The scandalous sale ofour national identity was so troublingthat, combined with the terrible stateof the national economy Geor ge Price was forced to call election in1993, a full 16 months before it wasconstitutionally due. The UDPwon those elections by a margin of21 to 7. In the second PUP administration1998 to 2003, this time under SaidMusa as Price was forced out in1996, Said Musa along with theunelected senator Ralph Fonseca financed the economy by selling all ournational assets under the guise ofprivatization. Our electricity water and telephone companies werepackaged and sold to privateinterests. Our airport and seaportwere sold. The prison was privatized.The government printing service wasprivatized. The International Shipregistry and the International BusinessCompany registry was privatelyowned and operated, among others. In the third PUP administrationagain under Said Musa, the economywas financed through unrestrainedborrowing resulting in the creation ofthat monster known as the infamous2 Billion dollar Super Bond. Forcedto use borrowed monies to meetrecurrent expenditure, including thesalaries and wages of public officers,the nation’ s infrastructure was neglected and no new project wasimplemented. T wo billion dollars were borrowed and spent and thePUP had nothing to show for it. The UDP was reelected togovernment in 2008 with Dean Barr ow as the leader of the party Prime Minister Dean Barrow came tooffice vowing not to committhe errors of the two previousUDP Administrations: NO RETRENCHMENT and NO NEWT AXES. The current Dean Barrow administration, into its secondconsecutive term in office, is neitherselling our passports nor our nationalassets. In fact our telecommunicationsand electricity companies have beenrenationalized. Our water company isnow government majority owned. A sitting Minister of government was sacked on allegations ofengaging in selling a single passport. Prime Minister Barrow moved promptly to renationalize our publicutilities. First to be renationalized wasthe telephone company in 2009followed by the electricity companyin 2010 and the international shipregistry in 201 1. The dreaded super bond has beensuccessfully renegotiated. Public officers have received 9%increase in salaries with more to come. No new taxes have beenintroduced. The nation is undergoingunprecedented development. The difference is as clear as day isto night.

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Sunday, September 28, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 3 SANT A ELENA T OWN, Cayo, W ednesday September 24, 2014: Santa Elena resident, Neri Lopez today remains at the Karl HuesnerMemorial Hospital in a criticalcondition after he was knocked down Neri Lopez Injured In T Neri Lopez Injured In T Neri Lopez Injured In T Neri Lopez Injured In T Neri Lopez Injured In T raffic A raffic A raffic A raffic A raffic A ccident ccident ccident ccident ccident on the George Price Highway onSaturday September 20, the eve of our nation’ s independence. Acting on a report of a road traf fic accident, San Ignacio police visitedthe scene in Santa Elena, where they saw an unconscious male Hispanicperson, bleeding from the mouth,lying on his back in front of a blueMazda T ribute SUV bearing l/p SI C-03191, with a dent on the right sideof the bonnet. The driver of the Mazda T ribute, Miguel Millian 25, Belizean of a Belmopan address, told the police thathe was traveling from San Ignacio tothe Santa Cruz area of Santa Elenawhen a vehicle was coming in theopposite direction with its high beamon, temporarily blurring his vision. He told the police that when he was ableto refocus he saw a male personwithout shirt staggering across thehighway His attempt to swerve away from the staggering man reportedlyfailed, resulting in him knocking downthe man who was later identified asNeri Lopez. The injured man was firsttransported to the communityhospital in San Ignacio and latertransported to the Karl HuesnerMemorial Hospital in Belize Citywhere he is listed in stable but criticalcondition. Millian has since been issued with a notice of intended prosecution as theinvestigation continues. LOS T AMBOS VILLAGE, CA YO, Sunday September 21, 2014: San Ignacio police is investigatingthe case of a shooting death in themainly Hispanic community of LosT ambos, Cayo. The initial investigation revealed thatthe deceased, Manuel Ramos 27, Guatemalan naturalized Belizean andhis common-law wife, Alba Luz Moralez 36, were reportedly relaxing out under a shed whenseveral gunshots rang out. Ramos fellto the ground dead and was laterfound with gunshot injuries to thechest, arm and chin, and died on thespot. The common law wife emergedwith a gunshot wound to the leg.Ramos and Moralez weretransported to the W estern Regional Hospital where Ramos was officiallypronounced dead while Moralez wastreated and later released. The mandatory post mortem examination certified the cause ofdeath of Manuel de Jesus Ramos Murder In Los Tambos Independence Day Manuel Ramos Hernandez as “T raumatic asphyxia due to injuries to the left lung andtrachea resulting from gunshotinjury of body and chest”. As the investigation continues, police are asking anyone withinformation that can assist in theinvestigation to please call San Ignaciopolice toll free at 91 1 or 804-2022 Investigators inform that all calls willbe held in the strictest of confidence. NOTICE Dear Readers & Contributors: Kindly forward all Ads, Letters, Articles, Comments and Humor 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. to starnewspaper@gmail.com For further information please call 804-4900 or 626-8822

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Page 4 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, September 28, 2014 CENTRAL F ARM, Cayo District Galen University is pleased toannounce the appointment of Dr Cynthia Eve Aird to the position of Galen University Appoints Dr. CynthiaEve Aird As Provost Of The University Provost of the University Dr Aird earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum,Instruction and Administration with a minor in Higher Educationfrom Boston College, Boston,MA. Dr Aird is a skilled and dedicated educator and is currentlyPresident of Sacred Heart College,Cayo. W ith over twenty (20) years experience in the education sector Dr Aird developed a professionalnetwork amongst her colleagues inthe Association of T ertiary Level Institutions of Belize (A TLIB) and the Consortium for Belize EducationalCooperation (COBEC) She has served in the capacity of President ofA TLIB from 2008 to 2012. Dr Aird was a founding member of theBelize Board of T eacher Education (BBTE) serving for three terms with two as the V ice Chair of the Board. Dr Eve Aird was also a founding faculty member of Galen University serving from 2003 until 2008 as anAssociate Professor in Curriculum,Instruction, and Media. As a trained professional, Dr Aird researched, wrote, and presented locally regionally and internationally on the themes of higher educationin developing countries; includingBelize. Dr Cynthia Eve Aird Galen University is proud toacknowledge Dr Aird for her valuable contributions in thedevelopment of higher educationin Belize. W e stand committed to working closely with her inproviding the entire student body ofGalen, with the highest possiblecaliber of education toempowerand prepare students for the future.The appointment of Dr Aird will become effective on December1, 2014. In the meantime, we would like totake this opportunity to congratulateand thank Mr Raul A vila for his outstanding contributions to GalenUniversity as Interim Provost. We look forward to work with him in hisnew capacity as Senior Academic/ Administrative Officer at theuniversity The Cayo Shotokan Karate Clubin conjunction with the Belize KarateFederation is hereby inviting thegeneral public to attend and witnessthe Y outh Invitational Karate Championships, to be held this Youth Invitational Karate Championships Youth Invitational Karate Championships Youth Invitational Karate Championships Youth Invitational Karate Championships Youth Invitational Karate Championships Saturday 27th September 2014, 9am to 4pm, Sacred Heart CollegeAuditorium, San Ignacio T own. This event will be held in commemorationwith the Cayo Shotokan KarateClub's 24th Anniversary Belize athletes will be competing againstvisiting athletes from El Salvador andGuatemala. The Cayo Shotokan Karate Club(CSKC) was founded by Sensei, Herman Pastor Jr on the 24th September 1990, in San IgnacioT own, and have trained hundreds of youths from the twin towns of SanIgnacio and Santa Elena. The CSKCnow has its permanent headquartersat 1b, Joseph Andrews Drive, San Ignacio T own, and also has a branch in Belmopan.

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Sunday, September 28, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 5 BY : Sr Elsa Oliva, SACHelpAge Belize Patroness The theme for this year ’ s Senior Citizen’ s week is “LEA VING NO ONE BEHIND: PROMOTING A SOCIETY FOR ALL” The last week of Septemberleading up to the 1st of October the official International Day of OlderPersons, is designated to celebrateand honor Senior Citizens. HelpAgeBelize has set aside this week toreview the progress made or lackthereof and to re-strategize ifnecessary improve the effectivenessand end results of the variousprograms and projects that we haveimplemented to benefit our olderpersons in Belize. Our Society has a lot to be desiredin regards to the respect, protection Opening Address for Senior Citizen’s Week Opening Address for Senior Citizen’s Week Opening Address for Senior Citizen’s Week Opening Address for Senior Citizen’s Week Opening Address for Senior Citizen’s Week and services offered to our OlderCitizens both on the family andcommunity level. Several Seniorcitizens have been murdered over thepast weeks. W e are also very familiar with the scenario where anolder lady or man who boards acrowded public transport and isunable to get a seat even though manyof these seats are occupied by youngand able-bodied men and women.“How many of us have offered ahelping hand to an older personcrossing the road?” At the family level, we are also aware of the scenario in which“granny” is kept in a little back room all by herself and is rarely seen or heardfrom. In all these cases the olderperson is being disrespected. HelpAge Belize and its partners understand that there is a need toaddress the Older Population, whoseglobal population will grow to twentypercent (1.4 Billion) by 2030. By 2030, there will be more people over60 than children under 10, with themost rapid change in age structuresoccurring in the developing countriesIf our ambition is to “Build the Future W e want,” we must address concerns of this Population, we mustincrease our present efforts inadvocating for the rights of OlderPersons in all spheres of their lives.The issue of protection for OlderPersons is not limited to just theirprotection from crime and violencebut includes protection from mentaland financial abuse. While we arecognizant of the work that is presentlybeing done by a number of agencies (both Government and NGO’S) in combating instances of abuse againstOlder Persons. It is my hope thatrenewed efforts will be taken up bythese agencies to review and re-f ocustheir strategies in the fight againstelderly abuse. I would like to take thisopportunity to ask God’ s blessing, and extend our gratitude on theGovernment, the private agencies andindividuals who contribute sogenerously to make our programs andprojects possible; to the volunteersall over the country who give theirtime, energy and talents in aid of theelderly In conclusion, I would like toextend greetings and best wishes toeach and every Older Person inBelize as we celebrate SENIORCITIZENS WEEK 2014. May GodContinue to bless you and yours andbless Belize. Thank you!! BY : Barrington Castillo Do you want to join other poets,musicians, and artists around theplanet in a celebration to promotepeace and sustainability and to call forserious social and environmentalchange 1) What kind of a change are wetalking about? 2) I want to organize in my area. How do we begin to organize?“What kind of CHANGE are wetalking about?” The first order of change is forpoets, writers, musicians, artists,activists to get together to create andperform, educate and demonstrate,simultaneously with other communities around the world. Thiswill change how we see our localcommunity and the global community W e have all become incredibly The 100 Thousand Poets For ChangeMovement For Peace & Sustainability alienated in recent years. W e hardly know our neighbors down the streetlet alone our creative allies who liveand share our concerns in othercountries. W e need to feel this kind of global solidarity It will be empowering. And of course there is the political/ social change that many of us aretalking about these days. There istrouble in the world. W ars, violation of human rights, ecocide, racism,genocide, gender inequality homelessness, the lack of affordablemedical care, police brutality religious persecution, poverty censorship, animal cruelty the list goes on and on. It appears that transformationtowards a more sustainable world isa major concern and could be aglobal guiding principle for 100 TPC events. Peace also seems to be acommon cause. W ar is not sustainable. There is an increasingsense that we need to move forwardand stop moving backwards. Butwe are not trying not to be dogmatic.W e hope that together we can develop our ideas of the “change/ transformation” we are looking for as a global community and that eachlocal community group will decidetheir own specific area of focus forchange for their particular event.All we ask is that local communitiesorganize events about change withinthe guidelines of peace andsustainability If you are an organizer for yourcommunity this means that first youwill consider a location for the eventand begin to contact people in yourarea who want to participate in the event. Participation means contactingthe media, posting the event on theweb, in calendars, newspapers, etc.,reading poems, doing a concert,performing in general, supplyingcupcakes and beer (it’ s up to you) demonstrating, putting up aninformation table, inviting guestspeakers, musicians, etc., organizingan art exhibit, and documenting theevent (this is important, too) and cleaning up, of course. Organizers and participants willcreate their own local event as anexpression of who they are locally Do they want a a concert or a jamsession, candlelight vigil or a circus, amarch or a dance, poetry reading in acafe or on the subway do they want absolute silence, a group meditationon a main street; it’ s up to the local organization. However groups should try to hold some part of the event, if notall of it, outdoors, in public view (not required) The point is to be seen and heard, not just stay behindclosed walls. It is also important thatthe event be documented. Photos,audio, videos, poems, journals,paintings! Documentation iscrucial. The rest of the 100 ThousandPoets for Change want to hearwhat you have to say about changeand enjoy your creativity too!The documentation will be sharedthrough a blog/website that I will setup, a blog/website where groups canshare and announce event information,as well as post photos, videos,poetry art, and thoughts. But an event doesn’t have to involve tons ofpeople. It can be just you (the organizer) and your pet, on a street corner with a sign. Just let me know what you are planning! Every effort counts! Each local organization determineswhat it wants to focus on, somethingbroad like, peace, sustainability justice, equality or more specific Continued On Page 14

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Page 6 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, September 28, 2014 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 District, Belize C.A W e of f er the best in Pr of essional Building Maintenance Ser vices 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. Contributed by: Janice SwiftWritten by: Mary Whelchel It can be a great puzzle to us whenwe can't understand why God hasn'tdone what seems to us so importantand so good. Have you ever thought about thefact that God may want to changeyour desire and then fulfill it? God sayshe'll give us the desires of our hearts,but that may mean that he changesthose desires first. When you thinkabout it, what difference does it make?If your desires are changed and thenfulfilled, you're a fulfilled person. Butmany times we're unwilling to allowhim to change us. W e single women tend to do that. W e have this enormous unfulfilled and natural desire to be married, and wecan't believe we could ever be happywithout that specific desire fulfilled.Y ou would never have convinced me years ago that I could be happybeing single. Never! But I can testifythat God can change those deepdesires, and when he does it, not onlyis it okay it's a marvelous contented life. Not second best, but full andexciting. Have you been giving God yourdesires list with clenched fists,refusing to give him permission tochange your desires? I want toencourage you today to unclenchthose fists and trust the God who Living with Unfulfilled Desires created you. He has good plans foryou, not disaster Y ou can let go of your desires, give him permission tochange them, and be absolutelyconfident that if he does, you will notlose, you will gain! Many times we miss God's richestblessings to us because we refuse toeven think about changing our desires.I know you believe it's impossible foryour unfulfilled desire to change, butjust be willing to let God do it if that ishis will. When you do that, you'verelinquished it and now the monkeyis of f your back. And please believe me; God is quite capable of changingyou and your desires, beyond yourwildest dreams. Then, sometimes our desires gounfulfilled because we're in God'swaiting room. Why does God put usin the waiting room? --First, because he gets ourattention that way W e tend to stop and listen and look up. --Second, we learn things in thewaiting room we'd never learn anyother way I don't know any effective Christian who hasn't spent significanttime waiting for God to answer But God doesn't run on a clock or onour schedules. And many times we must learn to wait for his answer all the time not knowing if he willanswer or not. “Then were there brought untohim little children, that he shouldput his hands on them, and pray .” Matt 19:13 Those children must have been glad in after days to remember thatJesus had laid His hands upon theirheads and blessed them. Sometimesthe remembrance even of a humanhand laid on the head in childhoodstays all through life, and is abenediction. A Christian man said late in his life that he could still feel the touch of hisdying mother ’ s hand on his head as she bade him farewell and asked himto promise to follow Christ. A boy was brought to his father ’ s bedside, and was “kissed and blessed and given to God.” All through his youth, when there came any temptation to dowrong, the thought would come, “No, I must not do this, for I am the boywho was kissed and blessed andgiven to God.” When, later in life, burdens pressed and he was aboutto yield to despair he would Editor: Sherlene Dawson Of fice T el: 804-4900 Cell: 626-8822 starnewspaper@gmail.com Publisher: Nyani K. Azueta August “The Newspaper that cares and dares to bring out the truth” #42 George Price Highway Santa ElenaT own, Cayo District, Belize, CA The Childr en’ s Friend remember his father ’ s acts and words, and the remembrance would supporthim: “No; am I not the boy who was kissed and blessed and given toGod?” In the stress of life his mind at lastgave way and he spent years in the gloomy apartments of an insaneasylum. And thence in his brighter moments he would write to hisdaughter: “Here I am shut away and very lonely I have no one to sing to me as you used to do, — ‘Jesus, lover of my soul,’ or ‘Rock of Ages, clef t for me.’ — It seems very dark and hard; but yet I am the boy that was kissedand blessed and given to God.”Thus all through his life he wassustained and strengthened by theremembrance of his father ’ s last blessing. If all who have beenconsecrated to Christ, and have hadHis hand laid on them, would everremember that holy touch, how pureand true would it make their lives!

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Sunday, September 28, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 7 The Right Reverend Rogelio Livieres Plano has been dismissed as bishop of the diocese of Ciudaddel Este Pope Francis has sacked a Paraguayan bishop who has beenaccused of protecting a priestsuspected of sexually abusing youngparishioners. The V atican said that "the Holy Father has decided to replaceMonsignor Rogelio LivieresPlano" as bishop of Ciudad del Este. It is the second time in a week thatPope Francis has taken disciplinaryaction over clerical sex abusescandals in Latin America. He has promised "zero tolerance" T wo days ago, the Pope ordered the arrest of a senior V atican diplomat, Jozef W esolowski accused of the sexual abuse ofchildren during a posting to the Paraguay Bishop LivieresSacked Over 'Abuse Cover-up' Bishop Rogelio Ricardo Livieres Plano walks to church in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay on 25 July 2014 Dominican Republic. 'Painful decision' The V atican statement only referred to the reasons behind the sacking ofthe Right Reverend Livieres Plano asa "painful decision taken for serious pastoral reasons" It also said that the move followeda V atican investigation of the bishop, the diocese and its seminaries. The BBC's David Willey in Rome says that the Rt Rv Livieres Plano hasbeen at the centre of a local disputeover the promotion of an Ar gentine priest accused of inappropriate sexualbehaviour Our correspondent says that Pope Francis has insisted there be no privileges for bishops when it comesto sex crimes against children. The Rt Rv Livieres Plano is amember of the conservative Opus Deimovement and is reported to haveclashed with more progressivemembers of his diocese. Church prosecutors have dealt withsome 3,500 abuse cases worldwideduring the past decade. Pope Francis has pledged acrackdown on clerics and employeesof the Church who exploit minors,comparing their actions to a"satanic mass" Don’t Don’t Don’t Don’t Don’t Be Be Be Be Be A A A A A Litter Litter Litter Litter Litter Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Monday: Draft Beer $3.00 T uesday: Local Rum $3.00 W ednesday: Panty Ripper $3.95 Mondays to Fridays: Regular Margarita $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

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Page 8 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, September 28, 2014 T eacher: "Kids,what does the chicken give you?" Student: "Meat!" T eacher: "V ery good Class! Now what does the pig give you? Student: "Bacon!" T eacher: "Great! And what does the fat cow give you?" Student: "Homework!" The T eacher #6 Hudson S tr eet, San Ignacio T own T elephone: 824-2101 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!!! In S tock NOW : ST A TIONERIES: BRC School Books, Dictionar y Bible, Exer cise 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 Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records VENUS VENUS VENUS VENUS VENUS I thought a thought. But the thoughtI thought wasn’t the thought I thoughtI thought. If the thought I thought I Thinking T ongue T wister thought had been the thought Ithought, I wouldn’t have thought somuch. “What the heck is going on here?” said an angry man storming into the florist shop. “I just lost one of my main client s and it’ s your fault!” “Why don’t you calm down a bit” said the lady behind the counter “and let us know what exactly hap-pened.” “W ell,” said the man “My biggest client moved to a new location, Flowers Joke and to be nice I called you guysup and asked you to send himsome flowers with a note saying“congratulations on your new lo-cation.” He calls me up and saysto me “what’ s the big deal with sending me a note that says “restin peace?!” “Oh no!” she sighed, “now I know why I got a nasty message fromthe funeral parlor!” Bob was in a terrible motorcycle accident and his legs weren’t in greatshape, to say the least. After a couple of weeks of therapy it soon became clear to the Doctor that they were justpushing of f the inevitable. However due to Bob’ s frail condition, the Doctor was afraid to give him the badnews. Instead, he gave the sorry jobto Bob’ s wife of 40 years, hoping that she would know how to break thebad news to him ever so slowly andgently “Honey”, said Bob’ s wife Eva the next morning, “I’ve got good news and bad news, which one wouldyou like to hear first?” Good News Bad News Bob, always in a morbid state,responded in his usual grumpy voice,“What do I care? Just give me thebad news!” “W ell dear ,” said Eva cupping Bob’ s hand with her two hands, “I hate to have to tell you this, but itseems like your legs are going tohave to be taken off.” Bob, barely able to hold his voicefrom cracking croaked out, “Eva, what’ s the good news?” “The good news” said Eva happily “is that the gardener that was in here just before, said hemay be interested in buying allyour footwear from you!” A fellow’ s wife went missing and being that everyone knew that he andhis wife were in a big fight he wasaccused of murdering her anddisposing of the body When witness after witness came to the standtestifying to all sorts of horrible threatsthat the accused threatened his wifeand things were looking quite dim forthe accused the man’ s lawyer got up to the stand. “Ladies and Gentleman of the jury I have something quiteexciting to tell you, if you wouldall please direct your attentiontowards the door behind me on myleft you will see the supposedlydead women walk in on her owntwo feet.” There was a loud murmuring in thecourtroom as all eyes turned towardsthe door Lawyer T r ying T o Pr ove His Clients Innocence Backfir es “Ladies and Gentleman” said the lawyer after a few seconds ofanxious waiting, “T o be honest with you, Nobody is going to bewalking through the door however from the fact that youreyes all turned towards the doorit is quite obvious that you are notsure beyond the shadow of adoubt about my client’ s guilt.” T o the lawyer ’ s great surprise, the jury decided that the man was guilty “But how could you say that he is guilty? Didn’ t I prove it to you?” Questioned the lawyer “It is true that we all turned towards the door ,” one old lady explained, “but there was person who didn’t.” “Whose that?” Questioned the indignant lawyer “Y our client.” Came the reply Max was caught red handed by apolice officer in the very act ofburglarizing a store. He was quicklybrought to trial. “How do you plead?” asked the judge. “Y our honor ,” answered Max, “before I plead guilty or not guiltyI ask that the court kindly appoint Burglar Joke a lawyer to defend me.” “Max you were caught in the actual commission of a crime.What could any lawyer possiblysay in your defense?” “That’ s exactly my point, your honor ,” said Max. “I’m curious also to hear what he couldpossibly say!” Maya Angelou Everything In Everything In Everything In Everything In Everything In The Universe The Universe The Universe The Universe The Universe HasRhythm, HasRhythm, HasRhythm, HasRhythm, HasRhythm, Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances. Everything Dances.

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Page 10 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, September 28, 2014 Loc at e d at the W elc ome Cen t er in San Ignacio T o wn Offers you a confortable and relaxing atmosphere. W e are f amous f or our irre sis t able c e viche and the be s t se af ood dishe s in T o wn. V isit us t oday and we c an have you tr y our D Catch Special!! WANTED By Orange Walk Police Alexander Tillett aka “Alex or Lexsus” He has a tattoo below his left eye, one behind the neck and another on his left hand. This person is considered to be armed and dangerous. If seen, please contact the NEAREST police station. The common cold (also known as nasopharyngitis, rhinopharyngitis,acute coryza, head cold, or simplya cold) is a viral infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract whichprimarily affects the nose. Symptomsinclude coughing, sore throat, runnynose, sneezing, and fever whichusually resolve in seven to ten days,with some symptoms lasting up tothree weeks. W ell over 200 virus strains are implicated in the cause ofthe common cold; the rhinoviruses arethe most common. Upper respiratory tract infectionsare loosely divided by the areasthey affect, with the common coldprimarily affecting the nose, the throat(pharyngitis) and the sinuses (sinusitis) occasionally involving either or both eyes via conjunctivitis.Symptoms are mostly due to thebody's immune response to theinfection rather than to tissuedestruction by the viruses themselves.The primary method of prevention isby hand washing with some evidenceto support the effectiveness ofwearing face masks. The commoncold may occasionally lead topneumonia, either viral pneumonia orsecondary bacterial pneumonia. No cure for the common coldexists, but the symptoms can betreated. It is the most frequentinfectious disease in humans with theaverage adult getting two to threecolds a year and the average childgetting between six and twelve. Theseinfections have been with humanitysince antiquity Signs and Symptoms The typical symptoms of a cold include cough, runny nose, nasalcongestion and a sore throat,sometimes accompanied by muscleache, fatigue, headache, and loss ofappetite. A sore throat is present in Common Cold Common Cold Common Cold Common Cold Common Cold about 40% of the cases and a coughin about 50%, while muscle acheoccurs in about half. In adults, a feveris generally not present but it iscommon in infants and youngchildren. The cough is usually mildcompared to that accompanyinginfluenza. While a cough and a feverindicate a higher likelihood ofinfluenza in adults, a great deal ofsimilarity exists between these twoconditions. A number of the viruses that cause the common cold mayalso result in asymptomaticinfections. The color of the sputum ornasal secretion may vary from clearto yellow to green and does notindicate the class of agent causing theinfection. Progression A cold usually begins with fatigue, a feeling of being chilled, sneezing anda headache, followed in a couple ofdays by a runny nose and cough.Symptoms may begin within 16 hoursof exposure and typically peak twoto four days after onset. They usuallyresolve in seven to ten days but somecan last for up to three weeks. Theaverage duration of cough is 18 daysand in some cases people develop apost-viral cough which can lingerafter the infection is gone. In children,the cough lasts for more than tendays in 35–40% of the cases andcontinues for more than 25 days in10%. Cause Coronaviruses are a group of viruses known for causing thecommon cold. They have a halo, orcrown-like (corona) appearance when viewed under an electronmicroscope. The common cold is a viral infection of the upper respiratorytract. The most commonly implicatedvirus is a rhinovirus (30–80%) a type of picornavirus with 99 knownserotypes. Others include: humancoronavirus (~15%) influenza viruses (10-15%) adenoviruses (5%) human parainfluenza viruses, human respiratory syncytial virus,enteroviruses other than rhinoviruses,and metapneumovirus. Frequentlymore than one virus is present. Intotal over 200 different viral types areassociated with colds. T ransmission The common cold virus is typically transmitted via airborne droplets(aerosols) direct contact with infected nasal secretions, or fomites(contaminated objects) Which of these routes is of primary importancehas not been determined; however hand-to-hand and hand-to-surface-to-hand contact seems of moreimportance than transmission viaaerosols. The viruses may survive forprolonged periods in the environment(over 18 hours for rhinoviruses)and can be picked up by people'shands and subsequently carried totheir eyes or nose where infectionoccurs. T ransmission is common in daycare and at school due to theproximity of many children with littleimmunity and frequently poorhygiene. These infections are thenbrought home to other members ofthe family There is no evidence that recirculated air during commercialflight is a method of transmission.However people sitting in close proximity appear at greater risk.Rhinovirus-caused colds are mostinfectious during the first three daysof symptoms; they are much lessinfectious afterwards. W eather The traditional folk theory is that a cold can be "caught" by prolonged exposure to cold weather such as rain or winter conditions, which is how thedisease got its name. Some of theviruses that cause the common coldsare seasonal, occurring morefrequently during cold or wet weather The reason for the seasonality has notbeen conclusively determined. Thismay occur due to cold inducedchanges in the respiratory system,decreased immune response, and lowhumidity increasing viral transmissionrates, perhaps due to dry air allowingsmall viral droplets to disperse fartherand stay in the air longer It may be due to social factors, such as peoplespending more time indoors, nearan infected person, and specificallychildren at school. There is somecontroversy over the role of lowbody temperature as a risk factorfor the common cold; the majorityof the evidence suggests that itmay result in greater susceptibilityto infection. Other Herd immunity generated from previous exposure to cold viruses,plays an important role in limitingviral spread, as seen with youngerpopulations that have greater rates ofrespiratory infections. Poor immunefunction is also a risk factor fordisease. Insufficient sleep andmalnutrition have been associatedwith a greater risk of developinginfection following rhinovirusexposure; this is believed to be dueto their effects on immunefunction. Breast feeding decreases therisk of acute otitis media and lowerrespiratory tract infections amongother diseases and it is recommendedthat breast feeding be continued whenan infant has a cold. In the developedworld breast feeding may nothowever be protective against thecommon cold in and of itself.

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Page 12 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, September 28, 2014 “ Offers low prices everyday! ” #1 W est S t. San Ignacio, Phone # 824 3426 Come visit us, we have: Plumbing Supplies, Electrical Supplies, Building Supplies, Gardening Supplies, Farming Supplies, Painting Supplies, Maya Cement and S teel ARIES: Mar ch 22 to April 20 Y ou may be galvanized into action at the start of the week, ready toexplore new ideas and opportunities.Good fortune shows up for youwhen you make the effort in theareas of romance and creativeactivity S tudying and travel may also be on your mind, which might enticeyou to look for more information. Theweekend focus is one of dutifulactivity along with a chance to catch up with yourself. Drift, dream, and dothings that nurture your soul. Lucky numbers: 78, 83, 91. T AURUS: April 21 to May 21 A passionate encounter might capture your imagination early in theweek as thoughts about a certainperson perhaps become obsessive.Being too premature here couldresult in embarrassment, so bide yourtime. Meanwhile, Mars in Sagittariuscan make it competitive when itcomes to business matters andentrepreneurial af fairs. Y ou'll want to explore the potential for increasingyour earnings, and you're willing tomove out of your comfort zone to doso. Later try to avoid lending money you may not get it back. Lucky numbers: 03, 14, 36. GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 Monday's Quarter Moon mightinspire you to come up with creativeways to redecorate your home. Thecombination of borrowed ideas andnatural genius could give your placea delightful makeover When it comes to romance, an instant attraction mightbe tempting, but there's a chance itmay not last. Later issues associated Your Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers with your job or career could divertyour attention away from yourpartner Give work a rest, and instead make a decision to spend qualitytime with your sweetheart. Lucky numbers: 19, 29, 85. CANCER June 21 to July 21 Y our intuition could conflict with the facts in a key situation, making it hardto choose the best path ahead. But ifyou can adopt a fresh perspective, youmight find the right answer was there allalong just waiting to be noticed. Marsin your health zone encourages you toexplore ways to exercise withoutboredom. Consider dancing, swimming,or even martial arts if it will help youstay fit and feel fabulous. Enjoy a funweekend and make time to relax.Lucky numbers: 22, 47, 63. LEO: July 24 to August 21 W ork and play conflict as the focus shifts. Y ou may prefer pleasurable options to knuckling down to the dailygrind. However the of fer of extra money might be enough to entice you to worklong hours. The week unfolds in arelaxed way with romance high on theagenda. A love adventure may be just what you need to boost your mood andbrighten current circumstances. Evenonline liaisons look very possible andcould lead to something stronger W atch your spending over the weekend. Y ou could be tempted to splurge. Lucky numbers: 01, 12, 56. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 W ill intense feelings tempt you to dive headlong into a romance? The currentclimate suggests it's possible eventhough deep down you know better Meanwhile, you may zip into action onthe home front, eager to get down tosome DIY projects like redecorating orperhaps something bigger If you're renting, this might be the time youdecide to buy some property Go easy over the weekend. Y ou and your sweetheart may not see eye to eye,which could be unsettling unless you canbe willing to compromise. Lucky numbers: 09, 18, 35. LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 The more time you take tounderstand how you feel about asituation the better Regular meditation and dream work can letyou know how things sit with yoursubconscious and if your consciousmind is in alignment with it. W ith this inside information you should be ableto make a more informed decision.Be careful when signing importantdocuments or saving files on thecomputer An edgy influence suggests you could lose out. Y ou can save yourself a lot of trouble if you take alittle extra care. Lucky numbers: 21, 44, 69. SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 A very positive influence can make all the difference to your careersituation. This is the time to put in thehard work that can lead to somejaw-dropping opportunities. W ith just a little effort you can reap big rewardsover this week and next. What's more,if you don't succeed the first time,keep trying. This weekend afriendship or budding romancecould show signs of growing morecommitted, but more trust may beneeded before it can really blossom.Lucky numbers: 27, 32, 73. SAGITT ARIUS: November 22 to December 21 An opportunity to net a lucrative contract could be yours early on.Don't waste time wondering whetheror not to take it, as it won't be aroundfor long. In addition, if you're afteraction and adventure, you can haveplenty of both. The offer of a trip couldlead to some exciting opportunities ifyou can be willing to move outsideyour comfort zone. If you preferworking, you have some excellentchances to upgrade your skill set orfind a job in an exotic location. Lucky numbers: 07, 24, 49. CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 Business talks and moneytransactions work in your favor asJupiter continues its move throughyour zone of shared assets. Along with this, the presence of Mercury inLibra enhances your ability tonegotiate with key people, giving youmore leverage in crucial situations.The weekend brings a chance tocollaborate on projects that may behard work but also lucrative. A void giving away too much personalinformation, however as you may regret it later (even though you mightnormally trust this person). Lucky numbers: 77, 81, 99. AQUARIUS: January 20 to February 18 Everything is about attitude thisweek, so you might attract good thingsand people to you by keeping yoursupbeat and cheerful. There is certainlya positive focus on your socialsector encouraging you to move in new circles that can bring positiveopportunities your way The cosmos is enticing you out of any rut you mayhave been in and pushing you toembrace a wider circle of friends andassociates. Conserve your energyover the weekend take the time torecharge. Lucky numbers: 67, 79, 94. PISCES: February 20 to March 21 A nice break from routine would do you a world of good and could quitepossibly prove to be lucky See what friends have on their agendas, anddon't hesitate to join in if it sounds likefun. It's all systems go regarding a keyambition or important career goal. Thisis the time to plan for success and thentake baby steps to achieve it. The onlything to watch out for is losing yourfocus. If you can remain true to yourvision, you should do really well.Lucky numbers: 53, 65, 88. V isit us toda y f or the best price in Har dw ar e Supplies in to wn! Agro Tech & Hardware Supplies Don’t Don’t Don’t Don’t Don’t Be A Be A Be A Be A Be A Litter Litter Litter Litter Litter Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!!

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Sunday, September 28, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 13 SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,W ednesday September 24, 2014: Another19 year old man was today arrested and formally charged formurder in connection with last month’ s death of a man in the village ofUnitedville. San Ignacio police today informed of the return, from the office of theDirector of Public Prosecution, of themurder case file in connection with theAugust 16, 2014, murder of V ictor “Niko” V argas which occurred in Unitedville. The first youth to be arrested A Second Suspect Arrested F or the Murder of Nik o V arga s and char ged was Belizean laborer Joseph V acarr o 19. The file however returned with advice for thepolice to arrest a second suspectresulting in the arrest and laying of amurder charge against another youngman identified as 19 year old Belizeanlaborer S teven Gomez The initial investigation revealed that V acarro and Gomez were allegedly involved in a fight withthe deceased from which thedeceased emerged with two stabwounds to the neck. Gomez appeared in Belmopan’ s Magistrate court, where themurder charge was read to him.He was ordered to be remandedto prison. The matter was adjournedto W ednesday November 26, 2014. Joseph V acarr o S teven Gomez

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Sunday, September 28, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 15 We AMS T o Please Continued From Page 5 Ignatius Catholic Church in SantaElena. She was a kind hearted lady who was well known and liked in thecommunity She was very close to her children. She will be missed by allespecially her children, other relativesand neighbors on Carillo PuertoA venue in Santa Elena. Teacher Louise Passes Continued From Front Page Some will say that she never fullyrecovered from the passing, fourmonths ago, of her son Michael, whowas so very close and dear to herheart. Aunt Lou is predeceased by her husband, Phillip Benzie Lewis son Micheal Lewis and daughter Joy She is survived by her daughters,Y vette, Elicia Lewis and Fatima Martin Beltran Coronel Mexico City 13 May 201 1 Martin Beltran Coronel was arrested in 201 1 in western Jalisco state A Mexican court has ordered the release of Martin Beltran Coronel,who had been charged with organisedcrime. The court said due process had beenviolated. Mr Beltran Coronel, who is thenephew of the late drug lord Nacho Coronel was arrested on 12 May 2011. The court said statements bywitnesses had been "induced" Mexico Frees Drug Lord's Nephew Martin Beltran Coronel Mexico Frees Drug Lord's Nephew Martin Beltran Coronel Mexico Frees Drug Lord's Nephew Martin Beltran Coronel Mexico Frees Drug Lord's Nephew Martin Beltran Coronel Mexico Frees Drug Lord's Nephew Martin Beltran Coronel and Mr Beltran Coronel's right to being considered innocent until proven guilty had beenbreached. Four of his co-accused were alsoreleased. At the time of his arrest in western Jalisco state, police said they suspectedMr Beltran Coronel of having succeededhis uncle as one of the main leaders ofthe Sinaloa drug cartel. Earlier this year the Mexican security forces delivered a heavy blowagainst the cartel when they arrestedits leader Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman, who had been on the run for 13 years. Mexican drug cartels have killedtens of thousands of people in the pastdecade as part of their battle forcontrol of terrain and lucrative drugroutes. “This is your UDP Government at work in the normal course” Hon. Dean Barrow Prime Minister of Belize Martin Beltran Coronel A Public Service Message From: The San Ignacio/ Santa Elena T own Council Morris as well as by several neicies, nephews other relatives and countlessfriends. The family is currentlyengaged in making funeral to lay to rest this educator counselor worshiper mother aunt, friend and gentle lady May the soul of Aunt Lou rest in eternal peace. Don’t Be A Litter Don’t Be A Litter Don’t Be A Litter Don’t Be A Litter Don’t Be A Litter Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!! Bug!!!

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