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Sunday, November 2, 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. 420 Sunday, November 2, 2014 Price $1.00 *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* SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,W ednesday October 29, 2014: Three men from the western village of Unitedville, charged for keepingammunition without a license, todaywalked free of the charge. The charge against the three Belizean laborers identified as Eric Elrington and Edwardo Olivera both 27 and Robert Leiva 18, stems from a May 23rd search, bythe police, at Elrington’ s house in Unitedville. The search according tothe police resulted in the discovery on a table in the kitchen, ofan ammunition box allegedlycontaining seven live rounds of point22 bullets. All three men were instantly detained and transported to thepolice station in San Ignaciowhere they were later arrested andjointly charged for keepingammunition without a license. Themen pled not guilty to the charge and,in accordance with the law were Did The Police Plant The Bullets? remanded to prison. When the case came to trial, all defendants were adamant onthree points: 1) The team ofpolicemen broke into the house 2)They had no knowledge of neither theammunition box nor its content and3) The evidence was planted by thepolice. In summing up the trial after hearing the evidence, presidingmagistrate, Narda Morgan, informedthat she found several inconsistenciesin testimonies presented by thepolicemen whereby creating theelement of reasonable doubtresulting in the charge being dismissedagainst the trio. Ed. Note: This is a serious matter For the very sake of our wellbeing, we sincerely hope thatpolicemen are not engaged in theplanting of evidence against anyonemuch less something as serious as anycharge having to do with the firearmsact. SAN IGNACIO, Cayo,W ednesday October 29, 2014: A 31 year old man of Duck Run 1 was today arrested and charged forrape allegedly committed almost fivemonths ago. It was shortly after 7 o’clock on Monday morning, June 9, 2014,when a 20 year old female visitedthe San Ignacio police station andreported that she was raped. Ina statement to the police thecomplainant informed that at around Complainant Does Police Work 5:30 am that morning, at the junctionof Joseph Andrews Drive and Bullet T ree Road in San Ignacio T own, she board a parked red car whichshe believed was a taxi for a ridehome. The complainant alleges that onthe way to her destination the maleHispanic driver diverted into a dirtroad on the left side of the highwaynear Rumors Resort. He allegedlydrove a short distance into the road,locked the doors and had sexualintercourse with the complainant without her consent. While the police sat on the case, the complaint did not and earlier this weekshe spotted the accused in the areaof the W elcome Center in San Ignacio in the same red vehicle. Sheimmediately informed the policeof the spotting of the accused. Swiftpolice action resulted in the detentionof the accused and the impounding ofthe vehicle. The accused, identified as Eric Giovanni Gonzalez 31, Belizean salesman from the village of DuckRun 1, was today formally arrestedand charged for rape. He isscheduled to appear in court onThursday October 30, 2014. Eric Giovanni Gonzalez, 31

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Page 2 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 2, 2014 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 oneroof 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 w hen 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 Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial W riting with the firm belief that Belizeans are conscious, informedand unwaveringly committed toimproving the national standard ofliving as the nation’ s infrastructure is undergoing unprecedenteddevelopment; we will save the detailsof the latest display of blatantselfishness by the leadership of theopposition People’ s United Party (PUP) The Petro Caribe Agreement between Belize and the BolivarianRepublic of V enezuela came into existence under the Musa/Fonseca government during the latter part of2006. The delivery of fuel fromV enezuela, under the agreement caught the PUP government totallyunprepared in 2007. It was a fiasco.When the first shipment arrived thegovernment had no storage facility The product remained in the harborfor several days costing taxpayersaround 15 thousand dollars per day It was a nightmare until Shell BelizeLimited was eventually threatened toprovide its facility to store theproduce. The fuel temporarily and reluctantly stored by Shell Belize Limited waseventually sold off to southerninterests. This private PUParrangement continued until April 2009, a full 13 months into the newUnited Democratic Party (UDP) Government until an evaluation andinvestigation by V enezuelan of ficials rapidly concluded that thearrangement was not serving itsintended purpose as the profits wasserving “private interests” and not “Courage doesn’t “Courage doesn’t “Courage doesn’t “Courage doesn’t “Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes always roar. Sometimes always roar. Sometimes always roar. Sometimes always roar. Sometimes Courage is the little Courage is the little Courage is the little Courage is the little Courage is the little voice at the end of the voice at the end of the voice at the end of the voice at the end of the voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try day that says I’ll try day that says I’ll try day that says I’ll try day that says I’ll try again tomorrow.” again tomorrow.” again tomorrow.” again tomorrow.” again tomorrow.” Mary Anne Radmacher Mary Anne Radmacher Mary Anne Radmacher Mary Anne Radmacher Mary Anne Radmacher The PUP Is Bad For Belize that of the people of Belize. The arrangement was halted by the V enezuelans. It took three years for the UDP Government, in itssecond term in office, to put theinfrastructure and mechanism inplace for the resumption of theagreement. Petro Caribe wasrestarted in 2012 and the truebeneficiaries, the Belizean peoplebegan reaping the benefits as intendedby the now deceased visionaryV enezuelan President, Hugo Cesar Chavez Frias. The Dean Barrow UDP Government, with proceeds from thePetro Caribe arrangement, viaunending public announcements,began several social programsbenefitting thousands of Belizeans.The National Bank of Belize wasstarted with Petro Caribe funds. Theunprecedented development takingplace across the nation is funded byPetro Caribe. Thousands of new jobshave been created. More businessesare benefiting from the ramped upinfrastructural projects taking place allacross the country In his Thursday evening press conference Prime Minister Dean Barrow proudly announced that Petro Caribe funds will be used to completethe construction of the Coast Guardforward operation base at HuntingCaye to the tune of 1.5 milliondollars. He additionally announcedthat 4.5 million dollars will beexpended for the acquisition of tworefurbished helicopters for the BelizeDefense Force to better patrol ourwestern border with Guatemala. The Petro Caribe funds is making things happened in Belize. The PUPhas nothing to show from the proceedsof this arrangement during their termin office. Their chances of everregaining the political power inBelize dwindle as development andsocial programs intensify under theUDP Government. For the opposition PUP to stand, even the ghost of a chance atregaining political power in Belize,the Petro Caribe Arrangement must be halted and so they have selfishlyembarked on this destructive mission.Life must be made hard for thepeople of Belize. All the jobs must come to an end. The social programsmust be halted. The infrastructuraldevelopment must be stopped, saysthe leadership of the opposition PUP The leadership of the PUP has filed a law suit against Prime Minister DeanBarrow and the Government ofBelize, requesting an injunction to thehalt of the Petro Caribe arrangement.Government describes the PUPaction as an abuse of process. W ill any of our learned Judges grant suchinjunction? W e trust that when the national trumpet calls, Belizeans will answerto the call in massive demonstrationand support for the development, thesocial programs and increasing thestandard of living of all Belizeans. Getready Belize. The national trumpet willsoon sound across the land. Answer the call. Y our country needs you. Show the opposition that the PUP isbad for Belize.

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Sunday, November 2, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 3 SAN IGNACIO, Cayo, Monday October 29, 2014: A 14 year old boy was today taken to court on a burglary charge. In a statement to the police on Sunday October 19, Rigober to Gonzalez 41, Belizean businessman residing in Blackman Eddy villageinformed that sometime betweenthe1 1:00 pm closing time on Saturday 18 October and the 10 o’clock opening time the followingday Sunday October 19, his bar in the neighboring village of Buena V ista, was burglarized. The missing items includes 24 cases of Belikin beers and stout, 2 cases ofHeineken beer 2 cases of Guinness Boy A Boy A Boy A Boy A Boy A ccused Of Burglarizing Bar ccused Of Burglarizing Bar ccused Of Burglarizing Bar ccused Of Burglarizing Bar ccused Of Burglarizing Bar stout, 15 cans of Monster energydrink, several packs of assorted brandcigarettes, 5 USB flash cards and 160dollars in cash, all at a total of twothousand two hundred and ninetyseven dollars. Police investigation led to the detention of the 14 year old boy whowas formally arrested and charged onW ednesday October 29 for the crime of Bur glary He appeared the San Ignacio T own courtroom of magistrate Narda Morgan where hepled not guilty to the charge. He wasoffered and met bail in the sum of twothousand dollars. The case wasadjourned until Monday December 29, 2014. We AMS T o Please

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Page 4 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 2, 2014 SAN IGNACIO, Cayo,W ednesday October 29, 2014: “For want of prosecution.” says the presiding magistrate, an attemptmurder charge goes down the drain. The incident occurred over 19month ago in Santa Familia V illage, Cayo. At around 1 1:15 pm on Saturday March 16, 2013, San Ignacio police responded to a callfrom the San Ignacio CommunityHospital regarding a male patientundergoing emergency medicaltreatment for chop wounds to the leftside of the head as well as to themiddle, ring and small fingers of theright hand. Police investigations revealed thatthe patient, identified as Kent Rivera 22, Belizean laborer from Incomplete Case F Incomplete Case F Incomplete Case F Incomplete Case F Incomplete Case F ile A ile A ile A ile A ile A ttempt ttempt ttempt ttempt ttempt Murder Charge Dismissed Murder Charge Dismissed Murder Charge Dismissed Murder Charge Dismissed Murder Charge Dismissed Santa Familia V illage, was socializing at a Chinese restaurant in thevillage when an altercation eruptedbetween Rivera and a male Hispanicperson identified by Rivera as Cain “Chino” Quewell. Rivera told the police that after Quewell choppedhim he fled the scene and disappearedinto the darkness. Quewell remainedat large about six weeks until hewas arrested and charged on May2, 2013. After several adjournments granted at the request of the prosecution tocomplete the case file, magistrateNarda Morgan today dismissed the attempt murder charge against theaccused Cain Quewell “For want of prosecution” she said resulting from a still incomplete case file.Halloween Custumes & Masks #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!!! Don’t forget DVD and CD’ s for ONL Y $1.00 each Need photos for Passport, Permit, Driver ’s License? Come to V enus and we’ll get them done in only one minute! A large variety of Electronics Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records VENUS VENUS VENUS VENUS VENUS Halloween Decorations “This is your UDP Government at work in the normal course” Hon. Dean Barrow Prime Minister of Belize 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

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Sunday, November 2, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 5 Company: Belize W ater Services Limited Invitation for Bids (IFB) Country: Belize Project: Belmopan Sewer Expansion phase 1.2 NCB No: BWSL/1.2.7/NCB/2014/002 1. The Government of Belize has received a grant from the Inter-American Development Bank toward the cost of Belmopan Sewer Expansion Project Phase 1 and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this grant to payments under the Contract for the works listed below but not limited to : Upgrade of W astewater T reatment Plant located in Belmopan: Construct Anaerobic Pond and Inst all Ultraviolet System as T ertiary wastewater treatment 2. The Belize W ater Services Limited now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders to upgrade wastewater treatment plant located in Belmopan The delivery/construction period is for six months from January to June 2015.3. Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) procedures specified in the Inter -American Development Bank’ s Policies for the Procurement of Goods and W orks financed by the Inter-American Development Bank and is open to all bidders from Eligible Source Countries as defined in the Bidding Documents.4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from: Mr Fr edrick Sandiford, Pr oject Manager Belize W ater Services 7 Central American Blvd. First Floor Room Number 208, Engineering Belize CityBelize, C. A. Email: IWSPPP .PMU@bwsl.com.bz and inspect the Bidding Documents at the same address given abovefrom 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.5. A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written Application to the address below and upon payment of a non refundable fee of BZ$100.00 The method of payment shall be cash.6. Bids must be delivered to the address below at or before 10:00 am, November 17, 2014. Electronic bidding shall not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected Bids will be opened physically in the presence of the bidders’ representatives who choose to attend in person or on-lineat the address below at 10:00 am on November 17, 2014. 7. All bids marked, BID T O UPGRADE W ASTEW A TER TREA TMENT PLANT LOCA TED IN BELMOP AN, shall be accompanied by a Bid Security as specified in the bidding document and must be deliver ed to the addr ess below at 10:00 am local time on Monday November 17, 2014. 8. The address referred to above is:Attention: Mr Fr edrick Sandiford, Pr oject Manager Belize W ater Services 7 Central American Blvd. Belize City Belize, C. A. Company: Belize W ater Services Limited Invitation for Bids (IFB) Country: Belize Project: Belmopan Sewer Expansion phase 1.1 NCB No: BWSL/1.1.6/NCB/2014/001 1. The Government of Belize has r eceived a grant from the Inter-American Development Bank toward the cost of Belmopan Sewer Expansion Project Phase 1.1 and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this grant to payments under this Contract for the works listed below but not limited to : Install Sewer Force Main -Install Sewer Gravity Main -Inst all Sewer Pumping S t ation -Install service connections etc…2. The Belize W ater Services Limited now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders for installation of sewer pumping station, sewer force main, gravity main and service connectionsin East Piccini Area of Belmopan. The delivery/construction period is for six months from January to June 2015. 3. Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) procedures specified in the Inter-American Development Bank’ s Policies for the Procurement of Goods and W orks financed by the Inter-American Development Bank and is open to all bidders from Eligible Source Countries as defined in theBidding Documents.4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from: Mr Fr edrick Sandiford, Pr oject Manager 7 Central American Blvd. First Floor Room Number 208, Engineering Belize City Belize, C. A. Email: IWSPPP .PMU@bwsl.com.bz and inspect the Bidding Documents at the same address given abovefrom 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.5. A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written Application to the address below and upon payment of a non refundable fee BZ$100.00. The method of payment shall be cash. 6. Bids marked, must be delivered to the address below at or before10:00 am, November 17, 2014 Electronic bidding shall not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened physically inthe presence of the bidders’ representatives who choose to attend inperson or on-line at the address below at 10:00 am on November 17, 2014.7. All bids marked, BID FOR INST ALLA TION OF SEWER PUMPING ST A TION, SEWER FORCE MAIN, GRA VITY MAIN AND SER VICE CONNECTIONS IN EAST PICCINI AREA OF BELMOP AN shall be accompanied by a Bid Security as specified in the bidding document and must be deliver ed to the addr ess below at 10:00 am local time on Monday November 17, 2014 8. The address referred to above is:Attention: Mr Fr edrick Sandiford, Pr oject Manager Belize W ater Services 7 Central American Blvd. Belize City Belize, C. A

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Page 6 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 2, 2014 CELL: 610-3503 or 627-9966 TEL: 824-4971 SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE SHOPPERS’ CHOICE Sale Sale 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 October only at Shopper ’ s Choice and r emember to follow us on Facebook Receive A FREE Gift For Every $500 Or More Y ou Spend W ith Us. 24 Cr enshaw S t. San Ignacio T own, Cayo District T el: 824 -2730 The Home Of MARGARITAS SPECIALS 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 V isit us for br eakfast on Sundays!!! Monday thru Friday Mexican and Belizean Menu Exist at River Park Inn Resort on the Branch Mouth for a Handyman Applicant must have experience in: Plumbing Electrical Gardening Applicant must be bi-lingual Esperience in Construction will be an asset V isit the River Park Inn Resort on Branch Mouth Road in San Ignacio for an Interview V ACANCY Dear Editor; Recent developments at SacredHeart College in San Ignacio hasmany asking ourselves andothers: “Is Sacred Heart College engaged in religiousdiscrimination?” While all forms ofdiscrimination is explicitlyprohibited by the education rules,a recent incident at Sacred HeartCollege, San Ignacio, smells ofthe practice of religiousdiscrimination. A few months ago the President of the college, Dr Eve Aird tendered her resignation to moveon to greener pastures. The postbecame vacant and was advertisedinternally An application, submitted by the servingAcademic V ice Principal, Mr Karim Juan was the only sent, as requested, to the Board ofDirectors, in conformity with thedeadline. Neither acknowledging receiptof his application nor beinginvited for an interview Mr Juan desire to take up the post wasignored. The post has since beenfilled by an individual suspectedto be arbitrarily selected bythe Board of Directors of thecollege. In the wake of this somewhatunethical and seeminglyunprofessional turn of events, ithas come to our attention thatMr Juan was bypassed because he is not a Catholic confirmedby the fact that the individualnow holding the post is aCatholic. Mr Juan’ s competence is unquestionable. He has beeninstrumental in all majordevelopments at Sacred HeartCollege. No one cared that hewas not a Catholic when hewas working around the clockto bring to reality the longheld dream of the institutionfor the construction of anauditorium. No one caredthat he was not a Catholicas he spends long hoursat the school to improveefficiency and the delivery ofservices. Is the Board of Directorsnot aware of the existence ofa T eaching Services Commission which exerciseszero tolerance for all forms ofdiscrimination? Having the long held dreamfor professional advancement isMr Karim Juan, a young, energetic, dynamic, dedicated,experienced and provenprofessional leader the victim of religious discrimination? Whilehe might be a Catholic, Mr Juan is a Christian in every sense ofthe word. Given that it is never late toright a wrong, we are hoping andpraying, with malice towardsnone, for the Board of Directors to reconsider its position and toappoint Mr Karim Juan as the President of the educationalinstitution he continues to servewith dedication, loyalty andhonesty I am confident that thesesentiments are shared by themajority of parents, faculty staf f and students of Sacred HeartCollege.Please withhold my name. 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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Sunday, November 2, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 7 T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the COROZAL BA Y ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Magistrate’ s Court Building, Corozal T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: HURL HAMIL T ON Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the COROZAL NOR TH ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon ) at Magistrate’ s Court, Magistrate’ s Court Building, Corozal T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: HURL HAMIL T ON Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the COROZAL SOUTH EAST ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Magistrate’ s Court Building, Corozal T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: HURL HAMIL T ON Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the COROZAL SOUTH WEST ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Magistrate’ s Court Building, Corozal T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: HURL HAMIL T ON Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the ORANGE W ALK NOR TH ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Administration Building, Orange W alk T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: MERLENE MOODY Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the ORANGE W ALK EAST ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Administration Building, Orange W alk T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: MERLENE MOODY Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the ORANGE W ALK SOUTH ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Administration Building, Orange W alk T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: MERLENE MOODY Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the ORANGE W ALK CENTRAL ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Administration Building, Orange W alk T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: MERLENE MOODY Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the FREET OWN ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court No. 1,Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9)Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the CARIBBEAN SHORES ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court No. 1, Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE Rule 49 (1)

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Page 8 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 2, 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 Jack's grandfather left him tenmillion dollars, and the next weekDiane agreed to marry him. After three months of married life, Jack noticed that his beautiful newwife was ignoring him more and more. Whenever they went out in public,she ignored him and flirted with othermen. Finally he decided to confront T en Million Dollars her "Diane," he said, "was the only reason you married me wasbecause my grandfather left meten million dollars when hedied?" "Don't be ridiculous," she replied, "I don't care who gave you the money!" If you're a bear you get to hibernate. Y ou do nothing but sleep for six months. “I could deal with that.” Before you hibernate, you'resupposed to eat yourself stupid. “I could deal with that, too.” If you're a mama bear everyone knows you mean business. Y ou swat Life as a Female Bear anyone who bothers your cubs. Ifyour cubs get out of line, youswat them too. “I could deal with that.” If you're a female bear your mate EXPECTS you to wake upgrowling. He EXPECTS that you willhave hairy legs and excess body fat. “I wanna be a bear!” A hunter raised his rifle and took careful aim at a lar ge bear When about to pull the trigger the bear spoke in a soft soothing voice, "Isn't it better to talk than to shoot?What do you want? Let'snegotiate the matter ." Lowering his rifle, the hunter replied,"I want a fur coat." "Good," said the bear "that Not Quite What He W anted is a negotiable item. I onlywant a full stomach, so let ussit down and negotiate acompromise." They sat down to negotiate andafter a time the bear walked away alone. The negotiations had beensuccessful. The bear had a full stomach, andthe hunter had his fur coat! In prison, you spend a majority oftime in an 8x10 cell. At work you spend most of your time in an 8x10cubicle. In prison you get three meals a day At work, you only get a break for onemeal and you have to pay for that one. In prison you get time off for goodbehavior At work you get rewarded for good behavior with more work. In prison you can watch tv and playgames. At work you get fired for watching tv and playing games. At work you must carry a security card to unlock and open all the doorsyourself. In prison, a guard locks and Prison vs. W ork unlocks all the doors for you. In prison you get your own toilet.At work you have to share. In prison they let your family andfriends to come and visit. At work you're not even supposed to speakto your family and friends. In prison all expenses are paid bytaxpayers with no work required. At work you get to pay all the expensesto go to work and they deducttaxes from your salary to pay forprisoners. At prison there are sadistic wardens. At work you have managers. A little boy had just got home from Sunday School and mom wascooking lunch. "Mommy is it true that before you're born you're justdust and after you die you go backto being dust?" "That's right son, why?" "W ell that's just what they said at church today ." "Run up stairs and wash your hands son, lunch will be ready ina few minutes." About 10 minutes went by and she called out for him to come down. Dust to Dust "I'll be there in a minute" he shouted. As they were about to sit down at the table, the little boy asked againabout being dust before being bornand after you die. Once again mother said, “yes son.” The little boy looked at herand said, “then you better get up to my room pretty quick,because something undermy bed is either coming orgoing!!” A Public Service Message From: The San Ignacio/ Santa Elena T own Council 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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Sunday, November 2, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 9 T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the FOR T GEORGE ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court No. 1,Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the PICKST OCK ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court No. 1,Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the QUEEN SQUARE ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, No. 1, Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the ALBER T ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, No.1, Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the POR T LOYOLA ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) atMagistrate’ s Court, No.1,Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the MESOPOT AMIA ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, No. 1, Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the COLLET ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, No.1, Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the LAKE INDEPENDENCE ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, No. 1, Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the BELIZE RURAL NOR TH ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, No.1, Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the BELIZE RURAL CENTRAL ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, No.1, Belize City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ANN MARIE SMITH Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

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Page 10 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 2, 2014 Notice is hereby be giventhat under the Intoxicating LiquorLicense Ordinance Chapter 150 ofthe Laws of Belize, Revised Edition2000, JIAN JIN LIN is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateJ and J Super S tor e located on Geor ge Price A ve, Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, XU SHANG LIANG is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2015 to operate Hauda Restaurant located on George Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District. Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,CHUN HUA HUANG is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 tooperate Alwins Supermarket located on Geor ge Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,HAN TAT KWOK is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateKwok’ s W elcome Superstor e located on Geor ge Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,GUOXIN WU is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateChina T own located on Geor ge Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District. Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,CHEN JIN CHENG is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateChen’ s Supermarket located on Geor ge Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, JUI LIANG HUANG is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateNew Flags located on George Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,ZAIN LI is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateBr other ’ s Supermarket located on Geor ge Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District. Liquor License Notice Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,WENG FENG ZHU is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2015 to operateFirst S top Restaurant located on #109 Geor ge Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,JIAN CHENG LI is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateWing Sing Supermarket located on Buena V ista S treet, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,RUIE ZHEN is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2015 to operateP .K. Restaurant located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, DE PEI ZHENG is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateNew P .K. Shop located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,WEN HUA LIN is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateRoses Chinese Restaurant located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,WEN HUA LIN is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2015 to operate Roses Chinese Shop located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, RUI BIN CHEN is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateMaxim S tor e located on Bullet T ree Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,BING HAO LIU is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2015 to operate Maxim Restaurant located on Bullet T ree Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District. Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,YUAN HAI ZHEN is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2015 to operateSummer ’ s Restaurant located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,SHAO BIAO LI is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2015 to operateJacky’ s Restaurant located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,CAN SHAO WU is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2015 to operate David Restaurant located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, HUI MING T AN is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateHui Ming S tor e located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,DONG QIANG RUAN is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2015 to operateNew Flavour located on George Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, YUE HONG FENG is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2015 to operateSunny’ s Restaurant located on Geor ge Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, WEI FEN T AN is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2015 to operateFeng Shun Restaurant located on Geor ge Price Highway Santa Elena Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,JINGYI LIU is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2015 to operate W al Yi Restaurant located on Liberty Street, Santa Elena Cayo District. Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, LI CHEO ZHANG is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2015 to operate Rainbow Restaurant located on Bullet T ree Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,SHAO XIA CHEN is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateSun Shop located on Bullet T ree Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,LIJIA RONG is applying for a PUBLICAN SPECIAL liquor license for the year 2015 to operateWing Lee Restaurant located on Mabel Pitts Street, Santa Elena CayoDistrict.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,CAN HUEN WU is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateDavid’ s Shop located on Benque V iejo Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,WEN QUEN ZHEN is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateLily’ s Supermarket located on Thornely Street, San ignacio, CayoDistrict.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,HONG JUN LIANG is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateT ai Kong S tor e located on Joseph Andrews Drive, San Ignacio, CayoDistrict.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000, LE WEI HUANG is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operateABC Superstore located on Bullet T ree Road, San Ignacio, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of the Lawsof Belize, Revised Edition 2000,JAMAL ROOTS is applying for a MAL T AND CIDER liquor license for the year 2015 to operate Roots, Wraps & Smooties located on Burns A venue, San Ignacio Cayo District. 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Sunday, November 2, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 11 Money Lenders Application Notice for the publication in the newspaper of application for the moneylender ’ s certificate I, Nadya Nal hereby gave notice that I haveapplied to the MagistrateCourt, at one of it’ s sitting in San Ignacioduring the month ofOctober 2014, for acertificate to be grantedto me under theMoneylenders Act, Chapter 260 to authoriseme to carry out business asa moneylender in the nameof CASH GENIE located at #1 George Price A venue, Santa Elena T own in the Cayo District. (3rd Publication) Hypertension (HTN) or high blood pressure, sometimes called arterialhypertension, is a chronic medicalcondition in which the blood pressurein the arteries is elevated. Bloodpressure is summarised by twomeasurements, systolic and diastolic,which depend on whether the heartmuscle is contracting (systole) or relaxed between beats (diastole) This equals the maximum andminimum pressure, respectively There are different definitions ofthe normal range of blood pressure.Normal blood pressure at rest iswithin the range of 100–140 mmHgsystolic (top reading) and 60–90 mmHg diastolic (bottom reading) High blood pressure is said to bepresent if it is often at or above 140/90 mmHg. Hypertension is classified as either primary (essential) hypertension or secondary hypertension; about90–95% of cases are categorized as"primary hypertension" which means high blood pressure with noobvious underlying medical cause.The remaining 5–10% of cases(secondary hypertension) are caused by other conditions that affectthe kidneys, arteries, heart orendocrine system. Hypertension puts strain onthe heart, possibly leading tohypertensive heart disease andcoronary artery disease. Hypertension Continues On Page 14 Hypertension Hypertension Hypertension Hypertension Hypertension is also a major risk factor forstroke, aneurysms of the arteries(e.g. aortic aneurysm) peripheral arterial disease and chronic kidneydisease. Dietary and lifestyle changescan improve blood pressure control and decrease the risk of healthcomplications, although drug treatmentis still often necessary in people forwhom lifestyle changes are not elevation is not. Signs and Symptoms Hypertension is rarely accompanied by any symptoms,and its identification is usuallythrough screening, or when seekinghealthcare for an unrelated problem.A proportion of people with highblood pressure report headaches(particularly at the back of thehead and in the morning) as well as lightheadedness, vertigo, tinnitus(buzzing or hissing in the ears) altered vision or fainting episodes.These symptoms, however might be related to associated anxiety ratherthan the high blood pressure itself. On physical examination,hypertension may be suspected onthe basis of the presence ofhypertensive retinopathy detected byexamination of the optic fundusfound in the back of the eye usingophthalmoscopy Classically the severity of the hypertensiveretinopathy changes is graded from enough or not effective. The treatmentof moderately high arterial bloodpressure (defined as >160/100 mmHg) with medications is associated an improved lifeexpectancy while treatment of milder

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Page 12 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 2, 2014 ARIES: Mar ch 22 to April 20 Y ou are in the early stage of renewal on Monday and it is uncomfortable and slow going. As early as T uesday you’ll feel a lot sprightlier On W ednesday bound out of bed early and be the firstperson in to work. Thursday andFriday find you flexing your muscles,getting things done and polishing yourreputation. What you do is almost asimportant as how you do it. Saturdayand Sunday deliriously happy about your recent successes, you will wantto get out a long strip of butcherpaper and map out the rest of yourlife. Lucky numbers: 19, 23, 47. T AURUS: April 21 to May 21 The intensity of what you’re goingthrough speaks volumes about howmuch this person means to you. Y ou don’t necessarily want to publicizehow you feel, but people can see itwritten on your face; talking aboutit may be a better strategy thanpretending to ignore it. A philosophical conversation with anacquaintance on W ednesday will be more useful than you ever expected,and Thursday and Friday find yougrounded, curious and happy And in the mood to travel. Y ou could use a vacation. Get through the weekend— of power struggles and weirdinteractions — dreaming of sandybeaches. Lucky numbers: 07, 49, 57. GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 Life is laid out like a math problemfor you on Monday and you spend the day trying to determine which arethe relevant variables. This Your Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers calculating mindset cuts througheverything else and will be helpful onT uesday and W ednesday as well, during a deep, intelligent dialogue withyour most brilliant friend (as manyinsights as you have, preaching is notgoing to work). Thursday and Friday your interactions with others aremore difficult than usual, especiallyinteractions related to business.Saturday and Sunday you are submerged in big ideas. Lucky numbers: 38, 66, 73. CANCER June 21 to July 21 It’ s as if you’re on a ship in a storm: One minute there’ s a chair sitting next to you; the next minute it’ s all the way across the room. W ith everything slipping and sliding, Monday isn’t thetime to get involved with anythinglong-term and binding. W ait until things settle and you know exactly whatyou’re working with. T uesday and W ednesday do something rejuvenating (a trip to the spa? a swim?) andThursday and Friday don’ t worry about doing very little (what’ s on TV?). Saturday and Sunday offer plenty ofopportunities to see friends. Just becareful you don’t get into a spat overmoney Lucky numbers: 01, 14, 21. LEO: July 24 to August 21 A beautiful antique makes its way into your life on Monday — or maybeit’ s something else you’ve been collecting. In any case, Monday is likethat: rewarding, slightly self-centered,not super ener getic. Then, T uesday a comet of love crashes into Earth andthe scorching fires of romantic bliss burnbrightly through W ednesday night. By Thursday morning, the fires will have died out and you’ll be returned toeveryday terrain, albeit with a fewmembers glowing in the corners.Friday you are preoccupied by others, but this weekend your mind returns tothe topic of love. Lucky numbers: 02, 17, 29. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 Everyone has different ways ofgetting through the day and dif ferent ways of seeing things. Y ou are interested in someone else’ s perspective on Monday but that doesn’ t necessarily mean you’ll agree with them. T uesday and W ednesday your vim and vigor is no match for the inactivity everywhereelse, which drags you down a bit, atleast until Thursday Thursday and Friday are bright days filled with hotair balloons and sweet romance. Beopen-minded this weekend and you’lllearn a fantastic and effortless new wayof doing something that’ s always been a pain in the neck. Lucky numbers: 76, 85, 98. LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 Being good with your money is notjust about being selfish, it’ s also about being smart. Nevertheless, Monday’ s financial dealings get you thinkingabout values — not a bad thing tobe thinking about. T uesday and W ednesday are about feelings and expression; your current projects arechallenging you in ways you didn’texpect. Thursday you wake up feeling weird for no discernablereason, and Friday finds you feelingnostalgic about nothing in particular The weekend offers focus, romanceand fun. Y ou and you-know-who are clearly going to take over the world.Lucky numbers: 79, 82, 95. SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 Y ou are the sun and your friends are the planets; you are their center ofgravity Y ou’d have it no other way: It’ s incredibly flattering to be depended upon by so many peoplewho are fabulous in their own right.T uesday and W ednesday are defined by philosophical questions and thelikelihood of being led along byothers — you might find yourselfbuying something you have little usefor — but Thursday and Friday you are shrewd, determined and incontrol. Less can be said for thisweekend. There is tension at home,and something someone says mayspark an unexpected outburst. Butlook on the bright side: At least it will clear the air Lucky numbers: 27, 34, 44. SAGITT ARIUS: November 22 to December 21 Y ou’re in deep processing mode on Monday and you might feel like being alone. Y our subconscious is on overdrive right now trying to reconcile your internal picture withthe big picture outside of you. Y our friends may be of some help insorting all this out on T uesday and W ednesday — an exploration of some kind is perfect for the group’ s ener gy — and Thursday and Friday putting your eyeballs in front of someart is a fine idea. Stimulation is good.Original thinking is good. Saturdayand Sunday you talk so much — to friends, to strangers, to yourself even— that your jaw hurts. Lucky numbers: 06, 1 1, 30. CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 Getting organized is the first step.Y ou are in the right mindset to make some long-term decisions onMonday but you want to make sure all your ducks are in a row (Y our ducks may not be as orderly as theyappear .) T uesday and W ednesday discipline is key Y ou may have sudden pangs of worry that what youthought was possible isn’t possible.Pish posh! Ridiculous! Y ou can do anything, as Thursday and Fridayattest. Y our accomplishments by week’ s end are impressive, but you’ve only just begun. Thisweekend, you clear off the kitchentable and set to work on a number ofnew plans. Lucky numbers: 52, 71, 88. AQUARIUS: January 20 to February 18 The future of your career has neverseemed less clear to you. Monday isa typical Monday except that you have some major nagging questionsin the back of your mind as well.Commiserate with friends on T uesday to get some perspective. Then, you’llgo into W ednesday with a sense of expansiveness, a sense that anythingis possible. Let this feeling last.Thursday and Friday you have too much to do to be abstract andfuture-thinking, but Saturday andSunday are great, inspiring days.Y ou’ll have all the time in the world to dwell on whatever you like. Lucky numbers: 33, 62, 90. PISCES: February 20 to March 21 Legal and financial matters are fuzzyat the start of the week. If you have atransaction to take care of onMonday make sure you do it in person. T uesday and W ednesday you don’t have to be as careful —everything goes your way naturally —but pay extra attention and take careto do the right thing, and you’ll makemajor headway on several plans youonce thought impossible. Thursdayand Friday a friend is in need of some help and might not know how to askfor it. Anticipate this. Saturday and Sunday you’re in a giving mood as well. Y our advice is brilliant, so hand it out generously Lucky numbers: 54, 78, 92. 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. 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Sunday, November 2, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 13 Drinking lots of milk may notlower the risk of fracturing bones, astudy in the British Medical Journalsuggests. The research, conducted inSweden, showed women who drankmore than three glasses a day wereactually more likely to break bonesthan those who had less. The researchers cautioned that theirwork only suggested a trend andshould not be interpreted as proof thathigh milk consumption causedfractures. Milk has been recommended as a good source of calcium for manyyears but studies considering whetherit leads to stronger bones andfewer fractures have had conflictingresults. A team of scientists in Sweden examined the dietary habits of 61,400women in 1987-1990 and 45,300men in 1997 and then monitored theirhealth for years afterwards. Participants were asked tocomplete questionnaires on howfrequently they consumed commonfoods such as milk, yoghurt andcheese over a one-year period. Researchers then tracked howmany developed fractures and howmany participants died in the yearsafterwards. In the 20-year follow-up period inwhich the women were monitored,those who drank more than three High Milk Diet 'May Not Cut Risk of Bone Fractures' High Milk Diet 'May Not Cut Risk of Bone Fractures' High Milk Diet 'May Not Cut Risk of Bone Fractures' High Milk Diet 'May Not Cut Risk of Bone Fractures' High Milk Diet 'May Not Cut Risk of Bone Fractures' glasses, or 680ml, of milk a day weremore likely to develop fractures thanthose who had consumed less. The high-intake group had a higherrisk of death too. Prof Karl Michaelsson lead researcher at Uppsala University said: "W omen who drank three or more glasses a day had twice the chanceof dying at the end of the studythan those who drank less thanone glass a day "And those who had a high milkintake also had a 50% higher riskof hip fracture." Men were monitored for anaverage of 1 1 years after the initial survey and the results showed asimilar but less pronounced trend. Opposite pattern When fermented milk products such as yoghurt were considered, theopposite pattern was observed -people who consumed more had alower risk of fractures. Prof Michaelsson says the findingscould be due to sugars in milk,which have been shown toaccelerate ageing in some earlyanimal studies. "Our results may question thevalidity of recommendations toconsume high amounts of milk toprevent fragility fractures. "The result s should, however be interpreted cautiously giventhe observational design of ourstudy ." Dietary advice should not bechanged until more research had been conducted, he said. Pr of Sue Lanham-New from the University of Surrey said the study was of limited use. "W e do not have a feel for the influence of physicalactivity or other lifestyle habitsimportant to bone or overallmor tality "And the effect of increasingbody mass index has not been fullyinvestigated in this study "Milk and dairy products in theUK provide 50-60% of thecalcium in our diet. "W e know that low calcium intake (less than 400mg a day) isa risk factor for osteoporosis. "Individuals should still beencouraged to consume a balanceddiet from the five key foodgroups of which milk and dairy arekey ." San Ignacio United F. C. is tasked to blow out B.D.F on Sunday, November 2nd, 2014 at the Norman Broaster Stadium at 3:30pm. They say that they have the guns but we have the local and foreign artillery such as: Julian Maldonado (Bze) Julian Maldonado (Bze) Julian Maldonado (Bze) Julian Maldonado (Bze) Julian Maldonado (Bze) Joel Guzman (Bze) Joel Guzman (Bze) Joel Guzman (Bze) Joel Guzman (Bze) Joel Guzman (Bze) Regis Morris (Bze) Regis Morris (Bze) Regis Morris (Bze) Regis Morris (Bze) Regis Morris (Bze) Torben Behren (Ger) Torben Behren (Ger) Torben Behren (Ger) Torben Behren (Ger) Torben Behren (Ger) Ronal Folgar (Guat) Ronal Folgar (Guat) Ronal Folgar (Guat) Ronal Folgar (Guat) Ronal Folgar (Guat) Gerver Folgar (Guat) Gerver Folgar (Guat) Gerver Folgar (Guat) Gerver Folgar (Guat) Gerver Folgar (Guat) There will be Lots of Give aways so come on out and witness the battle between San Ignacio United F.C. and BDF Our Proud sponsors are: Our Proud sponsors are: Our Proud sponsors are: Our Proud sponsors are: Our Proud sponsors are: STAR Newspaper, Oye STAR Newspaper, Oye STAR Newspaper, Oye STAR Newspaper, Oye STAR Newspaper, Oye FM, Westline, CP Gas, FM, Westline, CP Gas, FM, Westline, CP Gas, FM, Westline, CP Gas, FM, Westline, CP Gas, Daniel Habet, Hodes, Daniel Habet, Hodes, Daniel Habet, Hodes, Daniel Habet, Hodes, Daniel Habet, Hodes, Medinas Furniture. Medinas Furniture. Medinas Furniture. Medinas Furniture. Medinas Furniture. Boom.... Goes Boom.... Goes Boom.... Goes Boom.... Goes Boom.... Goes the Dyanmite!!!! the Dyanmite!!!! the Dyanmite!!!! the Dyanmite!!!! the Dyanmite!!!!

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Page 14 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 2, 2014 Agro Tech & Hardware Supplies “Of fers low prices everyday!” #1 W est S treet, San Ignacio, Cayo Phone #: 824-3426 Come visit us, we have: Plumbing Supplies, Electrical Supplies, Building Supplies, Painting Supplies, As well as Maya Cement and Steel Gardening Supplies, Farming Supplies, Ever Ever Ever Ever Ever ything you need under one r ything you need under one r ything you need under one r ything you need under one r ything you need under one r oof! oof! oof! oof! oof! Friday October 31 Come one, come all, to the Greatest Halloween Party at D Catch!! There will be lots of CASH prizes and surprizes for the Scariest, Funniest and the most creative costume!!! Don’t forget every Mondays and T ue sdays 3 f or 10 on beers and $3 on rum and soda drinks Also, ask for our mouth watering Ceviche and our very own D Catch Special! grade I–IV although the milder types may be difficult to distinguish fromeach other Ophthalmoscopy findings may also give some indication asto how long a person has beenhypertensive. Cause Primary hypertension Primary (essential) hypertension is the most common form ofhypertension, accounting for 90–95%of all cases of hypertension. In almostall contemporary societies, bloodpressure rises with aging and the riskof becoming hypertensive in later lifeis considerable. Hypertension resultsfrom a complex interaction of genesand environmental factors. Numerouscommon genetic variants with smalleffects on blood pressure have beenidentified as well as some rare geneticvariants with large effects on bloodpressure but the genetic basis ofhypertension is still poorlyunderstood. Several environmentalfactors influence blood pressure.Lifestyle factors that lower bloodpressure include reduced dietary saltintake, increased consumption offruits and low fat products (Dietary Approaches to S top Hypertension (DASH diet)) exercise, weight loss and reduced alcohol intake. Stressappears to play a minor role withspecific relaxation techniques notsupported by the evidence. Thepossible role of other factors such as Hypertension Hypertension Hypertension Hypertension Hypertension caffeine consumption, and vitamin Ddeficiency are less clear cut. Insulinresistance, which is common inobesity and is a component ofsyndrome X (or the metabolic syndrome) is also thought to contribute to hypertension. Recentstudies have also implicated eventsin early life (for example low birth weight, maternal smoking andlack of breast feeding) as risk factors for adult essentialhypertension, although themechanisms linking theseexposures to adult hypertensionremain obscure. Secondary hypertension Secondary hypertension resultsfrom an identifiable cause. Renaldisease is the most commonsecondary cause of hypertension.Hypertension can also be caused byendocrine conditions, suchas Cushing's syndrome,hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism,acromegaly Conn's syndrome or hyperaldosteronism, hyperparathy-roidism and pheochromocytoma.Other causes of secondaryhypertension include obesity sleep apnea, pregnancy coarctation of the aorta, excessive liquoriceconsumption and certain prescriptionmedicines, herbal remedies andillegal drugs. Prevention Much of the disease burden of high blood pressure is experienced by people who are not labelledas hypertensive. Consequently population strategies are required toreduce the consequences of highblood pressure and reduce the needfor antihypertensive drug therapy Lifestyle changes are recommendedto lower blood pressure, beforestarting drug therapy The 2004 British Hypertension Societyguidelines proposed the followinglifestyle changes consistent with thoseoutlined by the US National High BPEducation Program in 2002 for theprimary prevention of hypertension: maintain normal body weight for adults (e.g. body mass index 20–25 kg/m2) reduce dietary sodium intake to <100 mmol/ day (<6 g of sodium chloride or <2.4 g of sodium perday) engage in regular aerobic physical activity such as briskwalking (=30 min per day most days of the week) limit alcohol consumption to no more than 3 units/day in men and nomore than 2 units/day in women consume a diet rich in fruit and vegetables (e.g. at least five portions per day); Effective lifestyle modification may lower blood pressure as much asan individual antihypertensive drug.Combinations of two or more lifestylemodifications can achieve evenbetter results. Continued From Page 11

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Sunday, November 2, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 15 T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the BELIZE RURAL SOUTH ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Pescador Drive, San Pedro T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: SHERIGNE RODRIGUEZ Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the CA YO NOR TH EAST ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Second Floor of the Administration Building, San Ignacio T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: NARDIA MORGAN Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) R EPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the CA YO NOR TH ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Second Floor of the Administration Building, San Ignacio T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: NARDIA MORGAN Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the CA YO CENTRAL ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Second Floor of the Administration Building, San Ignacio T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: NARDIA MORGAN Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the CA YO WEST ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Magistrate’ s Court Building, Benque V iejo Del Carmen T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: HERBER T P ANT ON Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No.16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the BELMOP AN ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Magistrate’ s Court Building, Belmopan City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ARETHA FORD Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the CA YO SOUTH ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Magistrate’ s Court Building, Belmopan City DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: ARETHA FORD Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the DANGRIGA ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court,Administration Building, Dangriga T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: P A TRICIA ARANA Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the ST ANN CREEK WEST ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Administration Building, DangrigaT own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: PA TRICIA ARANA Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the T OLEDO EAST ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, The Administration Building, Punta Gorda T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: EMERSON BANNER Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE T AKE NOTICE that the list of electors for the T OLEDO WEST ELECT ORAL DIVISION will be revised by me, the undersigned, on the 12 th day of November 2014 at 9:00 o’clock (forenoon) at Magistrate’ s Court, Administration Building, Punta Gorda T own. DA TED this 31 st day of October 2014 Signed: EMERSON BANNER Revising Officer Rule 49 (1) REPRESENT A TION OF THE PEOPLE REGISTRA TION RULES (CAP 9) Form No. 16 REVISION NOTICE

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