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Sunday, November 16, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 1 *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. 422 Sunday, November 16, 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* MONDA Y Lasagna made with home made egg noodles, three cheeses and home made Ragu sauce, served with dinner salad and fresh home made bread TUESDA Y Puttanesca(Whores Food) Oh so good. Fresh saute vegetables and herbs, capers and olives served over a bed of Pasta and fresh baked bread. WEDNESDA Y Pollenta ( It alian t amales) served with dinner salad and fresh baked bread THURSDA Y Pasta Neapolitanafresh saute vegetables, herbs and Bacon served over a bed of Pasta with fresh baked bread. FRIDA Y Spaghetti Aglio E Olio made with roasted garlic herbs and cheese served over a bed of pasta, dinner salad and fresh baked bread SA TURDA Y P AST A E F AGIOLI Italian soup made with fresh vegetables, beans and pasta and herbs, served with fresh baked bread. (Great for Hangovers) Y ou want authentic Italian food? Then come on out to Mr Gr eedy`s! Located in the NEW Burns A ve Pedestrian Mall in San Ignacio, Belize. #Italian #Food#Belize #SanIgnacio #Pizzeria New Recipes At Mr Gr eedy`s. SAN IGNACIO, Cayo, Friday November 14, 2014: Apart from the usual reports of domestic violence and a few reportedcommon assaults, San Ignaciopolice informs of a criminally quietweek. Criminally Cool Community SAN IGNACIO, Cayo, Thursday November 13, 2014: San Ignacio police is seeking one of their own for questioning inconnection with a 15 year old femalegirl reported missing by her father The father informed that it was shortly after 7 o’clock onW ednesday morning, November 13 when his child left home heading to Officer Commanding San Ignacio Police, Superintendent Dinsdale Thompson attributes the current condition to effective police mobileand foot patrol in busy areas and crimehotspots within San Ignacio and SantaElena. Another contributing factor is believed to be the no-nonsenseconduct of the community magistrateNarda Morgan as well as increased employment provided by the variouspublic projects currently underwaywithin the twin municipalities. Supt. Dinsdale Thompson Girl Reported Missing high school. Up to Thursday eveningshe has not returned home. The girl was last seen at around 3:30 that same W ednesday evening, in her school uniform, walking onGeor ge Price A venue in Santa Elena apparently heading towards SanIgnacio which is in the oppositedirection of her village home from theschool she attends in Santa Elena. The policeman being sought for questioning is currently on interdictionin respect of a report involving afemale child. The parents are praying for the safereturn of their child. Transforming Victor Galvez Stadium SAN IGNACIO, Cayo, Friday November 14, 2014: Financed by Petro Caribe loan funds, the V ictor Galvez S tadium in San Ignacio is currently undergoingmajor transformation. The project falls under the auspices of the Belize Infrastructure Limited(BIL), an agency of the governmentof Belize, charged with implementinga 30 million dollar investment inthe upgrading of sporting facilitiescountrywide. In sharing this 30million dollar investment pie, BIL ischarged with expending an averageof five million dollars in each of thesix district towns countrywide. W orks on the V ictor Galvez S tadium began in early October The almost 1.2 million dollar contractwas awarded to BCG Limited aconstruction company principally owned by Salvador “Jun” Habet Jr The scope of the works, all in open air fashion, includes an impressiveentrance for both vehicular andpedestrian traffic as well as theconstruction of two basket ball courts,two football fields, a half milejogging track among of other majorimprovements including properdrainage, landscaping and theelevation of the low laying area ofthe stadium. Future plans to improve the facility for which funding is currently beingsought, include the construction of acommunity center as well as therefurbishment of a tennis court thefoundation of which is already on thesite In like fashion as with all Continues On Page 15

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Page 2 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 16, 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 Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial Editorial 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 aste, Quality aste, Quality aste, Quality aste, Quality and Comfort makes the difference!! and Comfort makes the difference!! and Comfort makes the difference!! and Comfort makes the difference!! and Comfort makes the difference!! Savannah Ar ea, San Ignacio, Cayo T elephone: 804-2522 Free Delivery within town limits. HODE’S PLACE "Mibe la yanu. A wanse la W adagimanu. Bungiu W ab, W aga Lrigi Let's not Just T alk. Let the W ork Progress. God before Us and W e Behind" Hap p y Garifuna S ettlement Day 2014! From T he Management and Staff of Hode’ s Place T uesday November 18, 2014 will mark the first time in the postindependence history of Belizethat a party in government will beassembling a large gatheringof supporters in Belmopan todemonstrate majority approval ofits performance in government. The nation is currentlyundergoing tangible, undisputedand unprecedented developmentin infrastructure as well asinnovative and effective socialprograms. These projects and programshave significantly increasedthe national standard of livingparticularly in the creation ofthousands of new jobs therebyresulting in significant reductionin crime and violence all of whichdiminishes the opposition’ s chances for electoral victory This vast political advantage forthe current Dean Barrow led United Democratic Party (UDP) government is primarily derivedby way of the influx of financesinto government coffers throughthe Petro Caribe arrangementbetween the governments of theBolivarian Republic of V enezuela and Belize. These funds have beenprudently managed and expendedfor the benefit of the people ofBelize by the Government ofBelize. The availability of these fundshas, for the very first time in thehistory of the nation, afforded asitting government the capacityto financially address situationsas they arise making almostobsolete the once usual excuseabout “No money no deh”. The instant availability ofgovernment finances hassignificantly curtailed theopposition’ s chances of attacking the government on mattersrequiring financial solutions.Cases in point, the opposition member for Belize Rural Central,a few months ago, stood in theHouse of Representatives, andattacked the government forthe absence of a fire truck in avillage in the constituency Prime Minister Barrow’ s immediate response was “If it’ s fire truck you want, we will buy you a newfire truck”. More recently during his Independence Day address, noneother than the leader of theopposition, in an attempt to attackgovernment on the situationalong the western border withGuatemala, suggested thatthe time has come for theBelize Defense Force to add ahelicopter to its assets so as tobetter monitor the border Prime Minister Barrow respondedinstantly by informing thatgovernment will not purchase onebut two helicopters for use bythe Belize Defense Force tomove troops as well as toenhance the army’ s capacity to monitor the border Even more recently the opposition sought to throw awrench into the US fundedconstruction of a forwardoperating base, for the NationalCoast Guard on Hunting Caye.The US government’ s response was that Belize either allowsthe Guatemalan company tocomplete the construction orthey will withdraw further financ-ing of the project. A broke government would have eitherlapped its tail or abandon theproject. Prime Minister Barrowrose to the challenge andinformed that the Guatemalancontactor MUST GO and that hisgovernment WILL finance theconstruction through to fullcompletion. The economy is healthy Citrus is paying best prices ever Sugar is doing well. The tourismindustry is growing. There isexcess liquidity in the bankingsystem. Interest rates are at thelowest they have ever been in thehistory of Belize. The nation’ s foreign reserves held in theCentral Bank of Belize stands atone BILLION dollars, thehighest it has ever been in history This is almost four times thestatutory requirement. Thisparticular success is morerevealing when compared to theopposition’ s term in of fice when the nation’ s foreign reserves was depleted to a mere two weeks ofimports way below the threemonths statutory requirement. Government finances are inorder The nation is developing like never before. The UnitedDemocratic Party is serving asecond term in office and is wellon the way to serving a postindependence historic third termin office. The UDP is poised towin all 67 seats in the March 4,2015 municipal elections. On the other hand, the opposi-tion is in a leadership crisis, theirelected area representatives arejumping ship. Despite telling thenation that, by the end of the weekhe would announce his party’ s slate for Belize City the leader of the opposition has failed to doso. His blue eye, golden boy inBelize Rural North, the same onewho wanted to be leader of theopposition, has been dishonor-ably put to political pasture. T uesday March 18, 2014, 2014 will be a great day for allBelizeans who appreciate goodgovernance, development andsocial justice. T uesday March 18, 2014 will be a sad day for the leadership ofthe opposition PUP A Sad Day For The Opposition A Sad Day For The Opposition A Sad Day For The Opposition A Sad Day For The Opposition A Sad Day For The Opposition

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Sunday, November 16, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 3 Edward Earl Jenkins known as ‘The Black Shaman of Belize’ loved and respected by many inBelize, passed from complications ofdiabetes in his home in Succotz onNovember 10, 2014 surrounded byfamily and friends. Edward, a loving father and guiding spirit, made Belize his chosenhome in the 1970’ s. He raised four children in Belize, Scott Eddie T ony and Ebony He was a selfless, kind hearted, generous and fun-lovingman. He always had a warm smilefor all and was a true listener An oft-toldstory about Edward was hecould make a housefly laugh with ishis intoxicating laughter T rained as a massage therapist and in the art ofacupuncture, Edwardspent many years of his adult lifehealing people in Belize. One womanremembers “My family and I met Mr Jenkins 36 years ago when my sister who was 16 at the time, could not move her body and doc-tors had given up…Mr Jenkins made her walk again and regainher strength.” Edward has helped numerous thankful others oftentreating them at little or no costwith skilful massage and preciseacupuncture. Prior to his death,Edward was working at ‘Mo Life’ traditional healing center on 15 Death of Shaman and Friend Edward Jenkins Sunrise September 4, 1937 Sunset November 10, 2014 Simpson Street in San Ignacio. Herecently made a remarkable recov-ery from brain surgery and was backin practice with his partner SuziLawson. Edward also was proprietor of a restaurant in Succotz where he madehis home and made many friends overthe years at his highway caf acrossfrom the Xunantunich ferry Belize has lost a truly great man, whose journey was a blessed one.He will be remembered and loved byhis family and friends who will missthe happy twinkle in his eyes and deepvoice and caring spirit. Edward Earl Jenkins was laid to rest on November 12, 2104. If you have remembrances you would like to share about Edward,please send them to: remembrancesofedwardjenkins@gmail.com Edward Earl Jenkins Edward Earl Jenkins Edward Earl Jenkins Edward Earl Jenkins Edward Earl Jenkins PROSSER FERTILIZER PROSSER FERTILIZER PROSSER FERTILIZER PROSSER FERTILIZER PROSSER FERTILIZER Products to Grow With... Products to Grow With... Products to Grow With... Products to Grow With... Products to Grow With... George Price Highway Santa Elena, Cayo T elephone: 824-3046 W e have a wide variety of Swimming Pool supplies, Fer tilizers, W ater T anks, Sprayers, and V eterinar y Pr oducts. We take this op We take this op We take this op We take this op We take this op portunity to wish all Garinagu portunity to wish all Garinagu portunity to wish all Garinagu portunity to wish all Garinagu portunity to wish all Garinagu A Hap A Hap A Hap A Hap A Hap pp pp p y Garifuna S y Garifuna S y Garifuna S y Garifuna S y Garifuna S ettlement Day!!! ettlement Day!!! ettlement Day!!! ettlement Day!!! ettlement Day!!! You never know You never know You never know You never know You never know how strong you how strong you how strong you how strong you how strong you are until being are until being are until being are until being are until being strong is the strong is the strong is the strong is the strong is the only choice you only choice you only choice you only choice you only choice you have. have. have. have. have. -Bob -Bob -Bob -Bob -Bob Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar ley ley ley ley ley

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Page 4 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 16, 2014 Y ou are invited to attend a symposium on “Finding Healthy Foods in the Cayo District” this coming Saturday 15 November starting at 1 pm and finishing at 4 pm.It will be held at the Maya MountainLodge Conference Center at mileon the Cristo Rey Road on the edgeof Santa Elena. The two-partprogram will begin with demonstra-tions from 1-2 pm followed by shortpresentations by a number of thehealthy food suppliers of the CayoDistrict. Cost for attending thepresentations is $5 for adults and $3for students. The first hour ofdemonstrations is free. The freedemonstrations on “self help practices for healthier living”include yogurt making, green drinkmaking, probiotic tonic making whichwill occur in the kitchen. There willalso be a demo of sprout growing andof home/urban gardening. Home Symposium on Finding Healthy Foods in the Cayo District this Saturday water filters will be demonstrated.Alternative grains and flours plushealthy oils will also be displayed. The presentations and discussions on “Finding Healthy Foods in the Cayo District” from 2-4 pm will include facilitators/speakers fromamong the many providers of foods,both in raw form as well as prepared.These suppliers will share what theyprovide and listen to the needs of theconsumers present. Questions andconcerns from participants are verymuch encouraged. Hopefully outof this interchange will comethe maturing of a healthy foodindustry and better availability ofproducts. Among the presenters arrepresentatives of organic growersassociations, of some of the healthfood stores, water filter suppliers, andhealthy food restaurants. This event is part of a monthly Healthy Living Series which will include future presentations onnatural therapy options in the CayoDistrict, exercise programs andgym options, nutrition and diet,mind-body-spirit balancing, and otheroptions and programs. Healthypositive interchange and discussionsas well as suggestions for futureinitiatives are welcome. The Healthy Living Series is only one of the series being hosted by the MayaMountain Learning Exchange. Otherseries include alternative technology Protecting our Environment,Parenting, Support groups forvarious medical conditions and weightloss, and more. For information onupcoming events or to participate asa presenter please contact: Bart Mickler at 674-1919 “This is your UDP Government at work in the normal course” Hon. Dean Barrow Prime Minister of Belize

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Page 6 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 16, 2014 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 Community activist Y aya Marin Coleman proves to one and all that ifyou see a wrong, you cannot besilent; you must make your positionheard, loud and clear even if you are the only one. She has chosen to take to the streets with signs declaring that thingsmust change. In October Y aya protested the hiring of a Guatemalan company tobuild a military outpost on HuntingCaye. First in front of the U.S.Embassy because it was the US Army Corp. of Engineers responsible for theconstruction, and then in front of thePrime Minister Â’ s of fice. She declared W e AMS T o Please The Power Of One she would be there, even if she wereby herself, which for the majority ofthe time, she was. This month she takes aim at the dreadful situation at the main policedetention cellblock in Belize City Just because a person is in custody doesnot mean they deserve to sufferdeplorable conditions or be treatedas less than a human being. Y aya is sending a message that we need to speak out more. W e need to take action and bring attention whenwe know something is wrong. We support you as your struggle is ourstruggle for justice.George & Candy Gonzalez 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 #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!!! DonÂ’t forget DVD and CDÂ’ s for ONL Y $1.00 each Need a perfect gift for that special someone we also have in stock fashion Jewelry and male and A large variety of Electronics Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records Photos & Records VENUS VENUS VENUS VENUS VENUS Permit, Driver Â’ s License, come to V enus and weÂ’ll get them done in only one minute! female watches. If you need photos for Passport,

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Page 10 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 16, 2014 Continues On Page 14 Sinusitis is an inflammation, or swelling, of the tissue lining the sinuses Normally sinuses are filled with air but when sinuses become blocked andfilled with fluid, germs (bacteria, viruses, and fungi) can grow and cause an infection. Conditions that can cause sinus blockage include the common cold,allergic rhinitis (swelling of the lining of the nose) nasal polyps (small growths in the lining of thenose) or a deviated septum (a shift in the nasal cavity). There are different types of sinusitis, including: Acute sinusitis: A sudden onset of cold-like symptoms such as runny stuffy nose and facial pain that does not go away after 10 to 14 days.Acute sinusitis typically lasts 4 weeksor less. Subacute sinusitis: An inflammation Sinusitis Sinusitis Sinusitis Sinusitis Sinusitis lasting 4 to 8 weeks. Chr onic sinusitis: A condition char acterized by sinus inflammation symp-toms lasting 8 weeks or longer Recurrent sinusitis: Several attacks within a year Who Gets Sinusitis? People who have the followingconditions have a higher risk ofsinusitis: Nasal mucous membrane swelling as from a common cold Blockage of drainage ducts Structural differences that narrow the drainage ducts Nasal polyps Conditions that result in an increased risk of infection such as immunedeficiencies or taking medications that suppress the immune system. In children, common environmental factors that contribute to sinusitisinclude allergies illness from other children at day care or school,pacifiers, bottle drinking while lying ononeÂ’ s back, and smoke in the environment. In adults, the contributing factors are most frequently infections andsmoking. What Ar e the Signs and Symptoms of Acute Sinusitis? Some of the primary symptoms of acute sinusitis include: Facial pain/pressure Nasal stuffiness Nasal discharge Loss of smell Cough/congestion Additional symptoms mayinclude: Fever Bad breath Fatigue Dental pain Acute sinusitis may be diagnosed when a person has two or moresymptoms and/or the presence ofthick, green, or yellow nasal discharge. How Is Sinusitis Diagnosed? T o diagnose sinusitis, your doctor will review your symptoms and giveyou a physical examination. The exam may include the doctor feeling and pressing your sinuses fortenderness. He or she may also tapyour teeth to see if you have an inflamed paranasal sinus. Other diagnostic tests to assess the potential causes for sinusitismay include a mucus culture, nasalendoscopy X-rays, aller gy testing CT scan of the sinuses, or blood work. What Is Nasal Endoscopy? A nasal endoscope is a special tube-like instrument equipped withtiny lights and cameras used toexamine the interior of the nose andsinus drainage areas. A nasal endoscopy allows your doctor to view the accessible areasof the sinus drainage pathways. Y our nasal cavity may first be numbedusing a local anesthetic (some cases do not require any anesthetic) A rigid or flexible endoscope is thenplaced in position to view the middlebone structure of the nasal cavity The procedure is used to observe signs of obstruction as well as detectnasal polyps hidden from routinenasal exam. During the endoscopicexam, the doctor also looks for anystructural abnormalities that wouldcause you to suffer from recurrentsinusitis. How Is Sinusitis T r eated? T reatment for sinusitis depends on its severity Acute sinusitis. If you have a simple sinus infection, your health careprovider may recommend treatmentwith decongestants like Sudafedand steam inhalations alone. Use ofnonprescription decongestant nasaldrops or sprays may also beeffective in controlling symptoms.However these medicines should not be used beyond their recommendeduse, usually four to five days, or theymay actually increase congestion. Ifantibiotics are given, they are usuallygiven for 10 to 14 days. W ith treatment, the symptoms usually disappearand antibiotics are no longer required. Chr onic sinusitis. W arm moist air may alleviate sinus congestion. A vaporizer or inhaling steam from a panof boiling water (removed from heat) may also help. W arm compresses are useful to relieve pain in the noseand sinuses. Saline nose drops arealso safe for home use. Use ofnonprescription decongestant nasaldrops or sprays might be effective incontrolling symptoms, however they should not be used beyond theirrecommended use. Antibiotics or oral steroids may also be prescribed. Other T reatment Options for Sinusitis Addressing potential triggers or contributing factors is a key first step

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Sunday, November 16, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 11 Hon. Rene Montero Hon. Rene Montero Hon. Rene Montero Hon. Rene Montero Hon. Rene Montero and Your UDP and Your UDP and Your UDP and Your UDP and Your UDP Government at Work! Government at Work! Government at Work! Government at Work! Government at Work!

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Page 12 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 16, 2014 ARIES: Mar ch 22 to April 20 The power struggles that arise thisweek almost entirely will involveauthority figures parents, bosses,teachers, VIPs and the police. ManyAries people have a short fuse. Y ou value your independence and youdon't like to be told what to do. And you can be bossy! But hey you value your peace of mind and wantcooperation from others. If you havebeen working under intolerableconditions, don't wait until they areimpossible. Make the change now Introduce reforms in your life. Don'twait until you are ready to snap.If you are upset with authority figures,this is not the week to get themto listen to you. Stay chill.. Lucky numbers: 76, 85, 98 T AURUS: April 21 to May 21 Ideological differences related topolitics, religion and belief systemsmight create conflict for youthis week. Just remember: youcannot reason someone out of anunreasonable position. They didn'tget into that position by reasoning inthe first place. Give this situation awide berth. This energy could disrupttravel plans and might be potentiallyaccident prone for travel. The mainthing is to give others some breathingspace and not insist on coercingagreement of others, especially aboutpolitics and religion. Just be contentwith your own viewpoint, and lightenup about proselytizing to others.Y ou know who you are. Lucky numbers: 33, 62, 90. GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 Nasty disputes about sharedproperty inheritances, taxes, debt and anything that you own jointly withothers might erupt this week. The factof the matter is, this is a poor weekfor these discussions. They arechallenging at the best of times, butwhy enter into them when the"weather conditions" are bad for discussions. People will dig in theirheels and not compromise not aninch. Severe disagreements couldbecome violent. A void dangerous neighbourhoods. Make an extraef fort to protect your own property especially if it is owned jointly withothers. Keep a low profile and don'tgo looking for trouble. And remember that it's always darkestbefore it gets pitch black. Lucky numbers: 52, 71, 88. CANCER June 21 to July 21 This will be a challenging week for youbecause this intense influence that isfloating around this week will impactyour close friendships and partnerships. Your Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers Many of you will have explosivearguments with loved ones. But youdon't need to, obviously For starters, postpone touchy subjects that could setof f ar guments. W ait a week to discuss these matters. Keep your head downand your powder dry Just attend to your own business and don't take the baitif someone says something to upsetyou. Ironically other planets are encouraging you to play and have agood time! Guard against sportsaccidents as well because competitorswill be ruthless. Lucky numbers: 79, 82, 95 LEO: July 24 to August 21 Use all your Leo charm and charismato keep the peace at work this weekbecause coworkers will easily chafe atanything they could construe as aninsult or a slight. And of course, you will feel the same way Angry ar guments will not give you any satisfaction. The fact isthat anger has only one purpose, whichis to create misery for everyone.Instead use this same energy toaccomplish lots of hard work. This willgive you a great sense of satisfaction andaccomplishment. Physical effort is agreat way to channel this aggressiveener gy Lucky numbers: 19, 23, 47. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 This is an accident-prone week foryour kids or children in your care so becareful. It's also an accident-pronetime for sports both amateur andprofessional. T ake precautions and avoid dangerous situations. This sameunpredictable energy is also tough onromantic relationships, which will haveflare ups and arguments. One way touse this intense energy is to tacklecreative projects with vigour andphysicality Y ou can also blow of f steam by working out at a gym but don'toverdo it. Parents will need to beespecially patient with children becausethese relationships will be challenging.Fortunately your ability to communicate is excellent right now Use your words to avoid problematic situations. Lucky numbers: 02, 17, 29. LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 Y ou are af fected by your environment more than any other side.Lighting, smells, colours actuallyinfluence you. But what influences youthe most are the vibes of those peoplearound you. If people are angry andaggressive, this shatters your nervoussystem and peace of mind. This weekit's all too easy to have domesticarguments and upsets at home. Thiscould be because of renovations,repairs and an insane situation that istough to cope with; or it could bebecause of a clash with familymembers. Whatever the case, be partof the solution and not part of the problem. Use your physical energy torestore calm and order to where youlive. Lucky numbers: 06, 1 1, 30 SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 T read carefully this week because the Sun is in your sign giving you lotsof ener gy However Mars is lined up with Pluto and squaring off with wild,unpredictable Uranus. This explosiveenergy lands in the part of your chartthat deals with your everydaycommunications and your relationshipswith siblings. This means it will be easyto fly off the handle and rip a strip offsomeone. Y ou are a willful sign, which also means you have a lot ofself-discipline, if you want to exerciseit. Demonstrate grace under pressure.Hold back an impulsive retort orsarcastic response. T ake the high road for the benefit of yourself and othersbecause you can do this. A void dangerous neighbourhoods andaggressive, unhappy people. Lucky numbers: 54, 78, 92. SAGITT ARIUS: November 22 to December 21 Quarrels about money cash flow possessions or something you ownmight easily erupt this week. Y ou might have a big difference of opinion aboutsomething that is job-related, espe-cially if it impacts your earnings. Donot overreact because what is the pointof winning the battle if you lose thewar? Don't quit your day job. Guardagainst hasty impulses. Do your bestto keep a low profile until this ruth-less, intense energy that is floatingaround this week blows over By Saturday things are mellow again and you can celebrate! Lucky numbers: 01, 14, 21 CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 Y ou're ready for bear this week. Mars and Pluto are lined up in yoursign, which means you have an almostruthless ener gy to get your own way Y ou will think you know best and you want everyone to follow yoursuggestions. Y ou could be dictatorial. But this will get you nowhere. Otherswill simply resent you. Furthermore,they will lose their respect for youand you know you like to berespected. It takes years to buildup a reputation that can be lost inone minute. Don't be a fool. Pull yourpunches and be ready to compromiseor just say nothing. Guard your ownhealth against accidents andaggressive situations. A void dangerous neighbourhoods. Lucky numbers:38, 66, 73 AQUARIUS: January 20 to February 18 Be careful this week becausesomething going on behind the scenes might suddenly erupt and grab you bythe throat. Slow down and take it easy Practice patience with everyone youmeet, including your own family mem-bers. If you have been angry aboutsomething for a long time and havenot expressed it you might suddenlyexplode. Don't let somethingintolerable buildup within you. T ake steps to remedy the situation. Don'tbe a victim of anyone or anything; andof course, don't victimize others.Meanwhile, you are high viz. right nowbecause everyone notices you. Foryour own good, be on your bestbehaviour Ignore vuja de, that feeling that this has never happenedto you before. Lucky numbers: 07, 49, 57 PISCES: February 20 to March 21 In many ways, this is a lighthearted,breezy time for you because you wantto travel and explore your world sothat you can discover adventure andlearn new knowledge. This is theenergy you want to encourage.Instead, battles with others, especiallyin group situations, might erupt.Essentially these battles are simply a clash of egos where each party isdetermined they are in the right andthey want to get their own way Don't even get involved in this. Run the otherway! Y ou don't have to be a doormat but be advised that this week is notthe time to stand your ground. Farbetter to escape to some luxuriousplace with great room service. Lucky numbers: 27, 34, 44. Money Lenders Application Notice for the publication in the newspaper of application for the moneylender Â’ s certificate I, T rinidad Juan hereby gave notice that I haveapplied to the MagistrateCourt, at one of itÂ’ s sitting in San Ignacioduring the month ofNovember 2014, for acertificate to be grantedto me under theMoneylenders Act, Chapter 260 to authorizeme to carry out business asa moneylender in the nameof LUCKY P A WN located at Eve S tr eet, San Ignacio T own in the Cayo District. (1st Publication)

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Page 14 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 16, 2014 in the management of sinusitis. To reduce congestion due to sinusitis,your doctor may prescribe nasalsprays (some may contain steroid sprays), nose drops, or oral decongestant medicine. If you sufferfrom severe chronic sinusitis, oralsteroids might be prescribed to reduceinflammation — usually only whenother medications have not worked.Antibiotics will be prescribed for anybacterial infection found in thesinuses (antibiotics are not effective against a viralinfection) Anantihistamine may be recommended for the treatment ofaller gies. Antifungal medicine may be prescribed for a fungal sinus infection.Immunoglobulin (antibodies) may be given if you have certain immunedeficiencies. Will I Need to Make Lifestyle Continued F r om P ag e 1 0 Changes? Smoking is never recommended, but if you do smoke, you shouldrefrain during treatment for sinusproblems. No special diet is required, but drinking extra fluids helps to thinsecretions. Is Sinus Surgery Necessary? Mucus is developed by the body to moisten the sinus walls. In thesinus walls, the mucus is movedacross tissue linings toward theopening of each sinus by millions ofcilia (a hair-like extension of a cell) Irritation and swelling from an allergy can narrow the opening of thesinus and block mucus movement. Ifantibiotics and other medicines are noteffective in opening the sinus, surgerymay be necessary Also, if there is a structural abnormality of the sinussuch as nasal polyps, which canobstruct sinus drainage, surgery may be needed. Surgery may be performed under local or general anesthesia using anendoscope. Most people can returnto normal activities within five toseven days following sur gery Full recovery usually takes about four tosix weeks. A procedure called a “turbinectomy” may also be performed to shrink the swollentissues of the nose. This can be donein your doctor ’ s of fice and can take only a few minutes. The anestheticused is very similar to that used inroutine dental procedures. Another treatment, called balloon sinusplasty can also be done under local anesthesia in a doctor ’ s of fice. W ith this procedure, a doctor can open up swollen, inflamed sinusesmuch like a heart surgeon opensblocked blood vessels to the heartwith balloon angioplasty The unblocked sinus can now drain mucusmore freely What Happens If Sinusitis Is Not T r eated? Delaying treatment for sinusitis may result in suffering from unnecessarypain and discomfort. In extremely rarecircumstances, untreated sinusitis canlead to meningitis or brain abscess and infection of the bone. Agro Tech & Hardware Supplies “Offers 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, PaintingSupplies, As well as Maya Cement and Steel Gardening Supplies, Farming Supplies, Ever Ever Ever Ever Ever ything you ything you ything you ything you ything you need under one need under one need under one need under one need under one rr rr r oof! oof! oof! oof! oof! Sinusitis Sinusitis Sinusitis Sinusitis Sinusitis

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Sunday, November 16, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Page 15 infrastructural projects underway inBelize City the transformation of the V ictor Galvez S tadium is being implemented in a labor intensivemanner in order to maximize the useof manual labor The project boasts a workforce of 55 persons all fromwithin the community It is slated for completion in June 2015 therebyproviding at least eight months ofemployment. The contractor informed that in an effort extend benefits from theproject, all materials are sourced fromlocal businesses. Apart from the V ictor Galvez Stadium, the Falcon Field, alsolocated in San Ignacio is undergoingmajor transformation. In Santa Elena,works is scheduled to commenceshortly on the football field at thecorner of Bishop Martin and SalazarStreet. Transforming Victor Galvez Stadium Continued From Front Page Ar chitechtural Concept Of The V ictor Galvez S tadium The US government is using dronesto patrol half of its border withMexico, a report by the Associated Press says. The strategy means that the US isincreasingly able to move away fromusing large numbers of border patrolagents along the entire frontier The drones allow border controlagents to focus on areas of "greaterthreat", says the report. The US border immigration systemis under pressure in the face of aworsening border crisis. According to an investigation by the news agency there have been about 10,000 drone flights since the newborder control strategy began inMarch 2013. The unmanned drones are beingdeployed in an effort to control 900miles (1,450 km) of remote areas,allowing border patrol agents tofocus their resources elsewhere, AP says. Richard Gil Kerlikowske, the US-Me xico Bor der 'P a tr olled By Dr ones' commissioner of the Border Patrol'sparent agency Customs and Border Protection, said his agency only had"finite resources". Migrant Santos T ome Hernandes, 16, from Honduras, sits on the railway tracks in Huehuetoca, outskirts of Mexico City 26 June2014 Many children are trying to cross the border to the US alone The drones focus on detecting small changes in the landscape such asfootprints, broken twigs and tyre tracks. A border control agent is only sent to the area if the drone has picked upsigns of human disturbance, said AP Drone patrols are expected toexpand to the Canadian border in2015, the news agency added. Michael McCaul a T exas Republican who chairs the HouseHomeland Security Committee,praised the approach but said thatsurveillance gaps still remain. "W e can no longer focus only on static defences such as fencesand fixed [camera] towers,'' he said. Civil liberties groups have previouslyexpressed concerns over the use ofdomestic drones for surveillance,arguing that it could raise privacyconcerns. President Barack Obama is under pressure to fix the immigration crisisgrowing on the south-west border ofthe United States. Over 50,000 unaccompaniedchildren were caught trying to crossthe border from Central America since October 2013. V ACANCY Domestic W orker Duties include doing laundry and house work Flexible working hours. Call: 675-5100 NOTICE Dear Readers & Contributors: Kindly forward all Ads, Letters, Articles, Comments and Humor to starnewspaper@gmail.com 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. For further information please call 804-4900 or 626-8822

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Page 16 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:starnewspaper@gmail.com Sunday, November 16, 2014 ARIES: Mar ch 22 to April 20 The more you try to assert yourselfat the beginning of the week, the moremuddled things get. T ry directing your energy toward a volunteer project, ateam endeavor or helping someoneelse. And listen up. Much better stuf f comes your way around W ednesday and Thursday Y ou look terrific in the spotlight, though it may have a hardtime keeping up with you! FromFriday through the weekend, coupleyour natural enthusiasm with thinkingthings through, especially when itcomes to expressing yourself.W ell-chosen words (with heart!) find their mark now Lucky numbers: 76, 85, 98 T AURUS: April 21 to May 21 Get together with others early in theweek, whether it’ s gathering input and expertise in a meeting at work, orseeing friends to laugh and talk thingsover The more you open up, the better W ednesday is good for starting something new what with the surge of energy you’ve got coming.Just have a plan and stick to itsomewhat! The days around Fridayare all about you. Y ou’re highly productive in all areas of life, and ifyou’ve got love on your mind, now’ s the time to go for it — you’re hot.On Sunday though, take a second look at something or someone.Lucky numbers: 33, 62, 90. Your Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 Someone’ s not saying exactly what they mean as the week gets going, andthat someone might be you. Insteadof hedging, don’t be afraid to letsomeone know that you don’tknow — yet. Y ou’ll probably develop a better idea around W ednesday and Thursday perhaps on the strength of some good advice or even anunmistakable sign. Moreover what you say even on the spur of the moment, has deep meaning. Fridayand the weekend are more aboutquestions than statements. Ask (and answer) some serious ones first, andthings could get flirty on Sunday Lucky numbers: 52, 71, 88. CANCER June 21 to July 21 Y our responses are right on tar get early in the week. Let your mind and heartboth weigh in, and you’ll be golden. (Theway you say things is great, too — youhave a way with words.) Then,before you get bent out of shape onW ednesday or Thursday ask yourself if you might just be taking things alittle too seriously A further inquiry might reveal a lot and be a big relief,too. From Friday through the weekend,your unique charms are getting noticed.Y ou’re the star at a party delightful on a date and generally wonderful (andwonderfully unpredictable) in any andall circumstances. Lucky numbers: 79, 82, 95 LEO: July 24 to August 21 Save the drama as the week getsstarted. Instead of engaging in it, try alittle more research to develop a betterunderstanding. A partner ’ s in the picture around W ednesday and Thursday and two heads (or is it hearts?) are definitely better than one.Introduce a new idea to the two of youand see what happens. It’ s liable to be a great time. Around Friday and Saturday you might be in a rebellious mode. Just consider carefully who orwhat you’re challenging now — andwhy Y ou’re low-key on Sunday and a tete-a-tete looks to be very productive.Lucky numbers: 19, 23, 47. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 Relationships might need a littlebreathing room at the beginning of theweek. Instead of pushing an agenda,step back and see the real potential. Ifmoney’ s involved, it’ s very important to nail down the details aroundW ednesday and Thursday Y es, it’ s a sensitive issue, but if you don’t addressit now there could be trouble later Looks like you’re ready to branch outfrom Friday through the weekend,maybe solo, or perhaps with a partnerin crime. Make a plan that allowsfor the random factor that’ s coming your way Lucky numbers: 02, 17, 29. LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 It looks like something orsomebody might throw you off earlythis week, but getting too riled upabout it isn’t the most appropriateresponse. If it’ s relationship related, there may be a way to find acompromise, and W ednesday and Thursday are prime for suchdiscoveries. Y ou can perceive new levels when it comes to situations, andyou can also locate common groundnow Gratitude and smooth sailing are your reward, and from Friday throughthe weekend, your natural gracelooks great. Romance is favored, too.Lucky numbers: 06, 1 1, 30 SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 An element of surprise works in your favor as the week gets started.Use that impeccable sense of timingto show just how jaw-droppinglygreat you can be. Then, aroundW ednesday or Thursday it may be tempting to get into a tangle withsomeone. But what do you have togain? It could get way stickier thanyou think. Expect some excitement onFriday or over the weekend. If youwant things to get even more intense(and knowing you, you do), letyour real feelings be known. Be alittle vulnerable — and be readyfor just about anything! Lucky numbers: 54, 78, 92. SAGITT ARIUS: November 22 to December 21 Y ou’ll need a serious kick-start if you want to get anything accomplishedat the beginning of the week. Get theblood pumping with exercise and eatright for ener gy and you might just be able to concentrate. WhenW ednesday and Thursday come, though, you’re on fire — thinking fast,making the right moves and wowinganyone and everyone. Fanning theflames of romance is favored now too. Duty of some sort calls thisweekend, and if you get right on it,you might just be surprised by thepleasure you’ll take in getting it done.Lucky numbers: 01, 14, 21 CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 If you’re going to email someoneearly in the week, call instead. Or better yet, say it face-to-face. Y our personal touch is terrific now whether it’ s work related or personal. Expect some static around W ednesday or Thursday Someone or some issue may be stressing you out, or yourcarefully planned schedule may get allmucked up. Just do your best and waitfor things to smooth out, which shouldhappen around Friday Fun and love are highlighted through the weekend,with your powers of attractionseriously magnified. Sweet! Lucky numbers:38, 66, 73 AQUARIUS: January 20 to February 18 What do you really want — andwhat’ s not going to cut it? It’ s heavy stuff for the beginning of the week,but don’t get sidetracked from corevalues and goals. Y ou’ll be in a fine position to think bigger aroundW ednesday and Thursday when your personal possibilities suddenly expandexponentially Keep your schedule open now! Something that seemsmundane on Friday or over theweekend has an odd element, onethat demands attention. And starting Sunday that odd element may have everything to do with love. Lucky numbers: 07, 49, 57 PISCES: February 20 to March 21 Y our generosity with af fection and your honesty regarding emotions hasenormous ripple effects as the weekgets started. Dreams can come truenow perhaps in particularly unexpected ways! Life and love area bit of a puzzle, though, aroundW ednesday and Thursday and you might be missing a key piece. Theperson or occurrence you think hasthe answer probably doesn’t. Lookwithin, and get ready for things tomake a lot more sense startingFriday Y ou can write your own ticket now So where do you want to go? Lucky numbers: 27, 34, 44. Exist at River Park Inn Resort on the Branch Mouth for a Handyman Applicant must have experiencein: Plumbing Electrical Gardening Applicant must be bi-lingual Experience 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

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