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W e have: Plumbing Supplies, Electrical Supplies, Building Supplies, Painting Supplies, Gardening Supplies, Farming Supplies, As well as Household fixtures By: Bart Mickler Organic vegetables are in high demand due to safety concerns. Nottoo long ago all food grown in Belizewas or ganic. W ith commercial growing came agrochemicals andconcerns about the health of both thesoil and the consumer In recent times in Belize, the only way to assure thatfood is grown safely and organicallyis to grow your own. Consumers worldwide havebecome increasingly alarmed at theincidence of agrochemical poisons intheir food because indications arethat it is the cause of increases incancer and other serious diseases.There are many people who simplydonÂ’t want produce that has beenexposed to agrochemicals or otherenvironmental toxins and GMOs. Some people are turning toorganically produced vegetables inBelize because they know thatagrochemicals are often not safelyused. W ashing canÂ‘t make vegetables safe because some of the chemicalsare inside the produce. Belize,unfortunately is not yet suf ficiently monitoring the safety of the vegetablesin the markets. There is nomechanism to guarantee that thefarmer harvests and sells according to Organic P Organic P Organic P Organic P Organic P rr rr r oduce Becoming A R oduce Becoming A R oduce Becoming A R oduce Becoming A R oduce Becoming A R eality F eality F eality F eality F eality F or Belize or Belize or Belize or Belize or Belize DonÂ’t Be A DonÂ’t Be A DonÂ’t Be A DonÂ’t Be A DonÂ’t Be A Litter Bug!!! Litter Bug!!! Litter Bug!!! Litter Bug!!! Litter Bug!!! safe guidelines. How are consumersto find a nontoxic solution? Greenhouse technology has recentlymade the commercial growing ofor ganic produce easier and cheaper In the last few years, small farmershave found they can grow certainvegetables more reliably undergreenhouses, thus increasing theirprofits. These sealed greenhousesnaturally decrease the need foragrochemicals and the result is saferproduce. The recent availability ofnatural Â“green sealÂ” plant medicineshas also contributed to organicproduce becoming a reality Many farmers have readily embraced thisÂ‘naturalÂ’ path due to their inherentsuspicion of agrochemical poisonsand their concern for their ownfamiliesÂ’ health. Consumers in Belize have comeone giant step closer to havingorganic produce as the result of theinitiative of a San Ignacio group. OnNovember 10, the Maya MountainLearning Exchange initiated a seriesof monthly symposiums on Â‘W ellnessÂ’ at the Maya Mountain Lodge. Thefirst 3 months are dedicated toÂ“Finding Healthy FoodsÂ”. The firstsession, attended by 50 consumers,producers, and health food venders, generated positive commitment bymany of the participants to makingorganic produce available. Participants immediately organizedan organic market place where safeproduce could be picked up aswell as purchased. There is muchenthusiasm for developing a largerbuying group before the Decembersymposium. After the meeting, a facebook page, Â“Cayo HealthyFoodÂ”, was launched and receivedover 400 Â‘likesÂ’ within 2 weeks. A facebook group and google groupwere launched to broadcast a weeklyprice list of available products so thatconsumers could order by email ortelephone and pickup their order onSaturdays. Inquiries and orders are nowcoming from as far away as SanPedro, Belize City and Punta Gorda. The advice this Cayo group is givingto other areas is to copy their effortby organizing a buyersÂ’ group in theirown area and sharing shipping costs. Demand may soon outstrip thesupply because people are seriouslyinterested in assuring safe food fortheir families. The farmers feel surethat any shortages will be temporaryand that, given time, they can catchup with the demand.An increasing number of farmersin San Antonio, Cayo, are now motivated to study and comply withOrganic Certification. Their interesthas been greatly influenced by thediscovery of this new organic buyermarket. They are already learningabout new ways to control pests andfungus organically assisted bymembers of the Belize OrganicAlliance (BOA), the Organic Unit atthe Central Farm Agriculture S tation, and others. Certification is going to take time,but the producers are committingthemselves to maintaining theintegrity of their product byorganizing an organic farmersÂ’ groupand insisting that their memberscomply with safe practices for organicgrowing.
Sunday, December 7, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Page 3 Continued From Front Page teacher Canciones Myvette 17, Jiovannie Lucero 25, Belizean driver S teve Luna 29, construction worker and Amin Gonzales 30, Belizean laborer The suspected marijuana wasweighed in the presence of all six men amounting to 4.2 grams. They wereall formally arrested and charged forpossession of a controlled drug withintent to supply SANT A ELENA T OWN, Cayo District, T uesday December 2, 2014: A Santa Elena man was found in possession of 6.6 grams of suspectedcannabis. On T uesday December 2, police on mobile patrol on Carmen Street,leading into Carillo Puerto A venue in Santa Elena saw a suspiciousmale person walking in theopposite direction on Carmen Street. Upon seeing the police, Jonathan Smith 40, Belizean laborer threw a green object to the side of the streetand continued walking. Policestopped and escorted Smith to the Another Santa Elena Man OnDrug Possession Charges Six Santa Elena Men Arrested AndCharged For Drug Possession area where they saw him throw theobject. Upon reaching the areapolice observed that it was a greenleafy substance suspect to bemarijuana. Smith was cautioned andescorted to the San Ignacio policestation. At the station the suspected marijuana was weighed in hispresence amounting to 6.6 grams.Smith was formally arrested andcharged for the possession of acontrolled drug. V ACANCY Exist for a Domestic W orker Duties include: Doing laundry* Ability to do house work and;* W illing to work flexible hours. Interested person can call: 675-5100
Page 4 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, December 7, 2014 V ACANCY Principal/Pr esident The Board of Governors of Sacred Heart College invites applications from suitably qualifiedpersons for the full-time post of Principal/Chief Administrative Of ficer The position will be effective March 1, 2014. The Principal /President has oversight for the academic and administrative affairs of the College (high school and junior college sections). He or she has the ultimate responsibility forgeneral administration, the relationship between the school and its public, and overseeing theimplementation of the policies and programs of the school in cooperation with the Board ofGovernors and Ministry of Education. He or she reports to the Sacred Heart College Board ofGovernors and is an ex-officio member of the Board.SHC is a Catholic institution and as such its academic and administrative practices are molded byCatholic traditions.The Principal / Chief Administrative Of ficer will be a person who: Is familiar with and supportive of the mission of Sacred Heart College; Is capable of working as part of the CollegeÂ’ s senior management team which includes the Dean of the Junior College and the Associate Principal of the High School; Is accessible and consultative when making decisions; Has excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Has the ability to articulate ef fectively the schoolÂ’ s mission to the College community alumni and to the public-at-large; and Possesses leadership and management skills. Education and Experience: Applicants should have a Master Â’ s Degree in Educational Administration (or related field) from an accredited institution, a full license to teach at thesecondary level, and a minimum of five years experience in teaching or administration in the Belizeaneducational system. Fluency in Spanish will be an asset. Application packages should include a current resume, three named referees with contact details, and copies of all diplomas, certificates,and teacher Â’ s license. Remuneration: In accordance with salary scales approved by the Ministry of Education. Application Deadline: December 31 2014 Applications should be addressed to: The ChairmanBoard of GovernorsSacred Heart CollegeP .O. Box 163 San Ignacio, Cayo APPLICA TION SHOULD ALSO BE EMAILED T O: firstname.lastname@example.org S S S S SACRED ACRED ACRED ACRED ACRED H H H H HEAR EAR EAR EAR EAR T T T T T C C C C COLLEGE OLLEGE OLLEGE OLLEGE OLLEGE P .O B O X 163, S AN IGNACIO C AYO BELIZE. PHONE: (501) 824 -2102; 824 -2758; F A X: 824 3759
Sunday, December 7, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Page 5 Belmopan. December 3, 2014: Through the Residential MortgagePayment Program, the Government ofBelize will assist qualifying Belizeansby reimbursing December 2014interest and principal payments on allresidential mortgages with an originalvalue of up to BZ$100,000.00. Borrowers from the National Clarification on GOB December 2014 Clarification on GOB December 2014 Clarification on GOB December 2014 Clarification on GOB December 2014 Clarification on GOB December 2014 R R R R R esidential Mortgage P esidential Mortgage P esidential Mortgage P esidential Mortgage P esidential Mortgage P ayment P ayment P ayment P ayment P ayment P rr rr r ogram ogram ogram ogram ogram Bank, Commercial Banks, CreditUnions, the Development FinanceCorporation and the Belize SocialSecurity Board can apply forassistance; however borrowers mustmeet the following criteria approvedby Cabinet: 1. Must be residential mortgages oforiginal value of no more than BZ$100,000.00; 2. Must be residential mortgages fornew home construction. Mortgagesfor home improvement will not qualify; 3. Mortgages taken out solely forthe purpose of refinancing priormortgages for the construction of newresidences will also qualify for theprogram. 4. Must be legally registeredmortgages and not merely the depositof title deeds called Â“Equitable Mortgages.Â” While payments will be madedirectly to the qualified borrower the Government reiterates that itremains the sole responsibility of suchborrowers to meet their mortgagepayment obligation. Application forms for the program are available at the T reasury Department in Belize or at anyDistrict Sub-T reasury of fice and can also be downloaded from theMinistry of Finance website atwww .mof.gov .bz. Forms will require information on borrowers, theirmortgages and information to besupplied by the respective lendinginstitutions. Completed forms shouldbe submitted to any DistrictSub-T reasury or the T reasury Department in Belize City as soon aspossible but no later than December31st, 2014. Belmopan. December 2, 2014: Following two days of regionaldiscussions at the XLI OrdinaryMeeting of the Council of Ministersof Health of Central America and the Dominican Republic (COMISCA) Minister of Health Hon. Pablo Marin today officially transferred thePro-tempore Presidency ofCOMISCA to the Minister of Healthof Guatemala Luis Enrique Monterroso who will now serve for the next six months. Minster of Health Hon. Pablo Marinexpressed his appreciation for thecooperation received during his timeas Pro-tempore President. MinisterMarin commented, Â“Enormous strides have been made in Belizeand the region and we lookforward to further progress in thenext year .Â” During BelizeÂ’ s Presidency new challenges including Ebola andChikungunya had been addressed.Renewed attention was focused onchronic diseases including HIV/AIDS, T uberculosis and Family & Community health. Following the transfer of thePro-tempore Presidency Minister Monterroso expressed in hisacceptance speech that his positionas Minister of Health is vital as he mustserve the public and alleviate thesuf fering of the poor He further stated, Â“W e as COMISCA must have that same vision, that united,we can do much more to alleviatethe suf fering of the poor W e as a region can do it and must alwayskeep that in mind.Â” The XLI Ordinary Meeting ofCOMISCA was held on December1st and 2nd at the Banyan BayResort in San Pedro T own, Amber gris Caye. T opics of discussion on the agenda included reporting ofthe Strategic Plan of COMISCA,dialogue situation on Chronic RenalDisease, Chikungunya and Ebolaamong others. Belize Officially Hands Over Pro-Tempore Presidency of COMISCA 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.
Page 6 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday, December 7, 2014 By Rick W arr en Contributed by: Janice Swift Â“The seeds that fell on rocky ground are the people who gladlyhear the message and accept it.But they donÂ’ t have deep root s, and they believe only for a littlewhile. As soon as life get s hard, they give up.Â” (Luke8:13 CEV) During the springtime, all the grassin Southern California turns green, thewildflowers and poppies bloom, anditÂ’ s really pretty But the moment the rains stop, the hills turn brown again.Why? Because the grass has noroots. It canÂ’t go down deep enoughto get water from the springs that are deep beneath the ground. When there are no roots, when aplant is in shallow soil, it may initiallysprout and look good, but it doesnÂ’t last. The plants wither quickly becausethey donÂ’t have roots. Luke 8:13 says, Â“The seeds that fell on rocky ground are the peoplewho gladly hear the message andaccept it. But they donÂ’ t have deep roots, and they believe only for alittle while. As soon as life get s hard, they give upÂ” (CEV). A lot of times we hear GodÂ’ s W ord and get excited about it, but we donÂ’ t allow it to change us. W e act superficially W e react emotionally W eÂ’re moved impulsively But we donÂ’t take the time to let it sink in. Do you really want to be that way? Fruit Comes from Deep Roots No! Y ou want to be a deep person, not a shallow person. Y ou want to be a person with deep spiritual roots so that when recession comes and lastsseveral years, youÂ’re able to keepbearing fruit. When the rough windscome and somebody in your family gets sick or somebody dies, the trialdoesnÂ’ t blow you away because youÂ’ve got roots. How do you develop spiritual roots? There are two ways: a daily time withGod and a weekly small group timewith other believers. Y ouÂ’ve got to spend time alone with God, and youÂ’ve got to spend time with otherbelievers. If youÂ’re not spending time withGod on a daily basis, youÂ’re going todry up and blow away when the pressure is on. Y ou wonÂ’ t be able to handle it. Y ouÂ’ve got to make time to listen during a daily time with God.Y ou have to sit and be quiet. Y ou have to read the Bible and talk to God.Play some music. If you like tojournal, do that. Whatever it takes tokeep the focus on God, do it! Y ouÂ’ve also got to have a weekly small group. Nobody has a completeperspective on life. Every one of ushas blinders on. The people in your small group can see things in your lifeyou canÂ’ t see. ThatÂ’ s why we need each other! Y ou learn from the people in your small group as you encourageeach other and your roots go deeper Contributed by: Janice Swift Heb 2:10 Perfect through suffering Steel is iron plus fire. Soil is rock,plus heat, or glacier crushing. Linen isflax plus the bath that cleans, the combthat separates, and the flail thatpounds, and the shuttle that weaves.Human character must have a plusattached to it. The world does notforget great characters. But greatcharacters are not made of luxuries,they are made by suffering. I heard of a mother who broughtinto her home as a companion to herown son, a crippled boy who was alsoa hunchback. She had warned herboy to be very careful in his relationsto him, and not to touch the sensitivepart of his life but go right on playingwith him as if he were an ordinary boy She listened to her son as they wereplaying; and after a few minutes hesaid to his companion: Â“Do you know what you have got on your Reaching Perfection back?Â” The little hunchback was embarrassed, and he hesitated amoment. The boy said: Â“It is the box in which your wings are; and someday God is going to cut it open,and then you will fly away and bean angel.Â” Some day God is going to reveal the fact to every Christian, thatthe very principles they nowrebel against, have been theinstruments which He used inperfecting their charactersand moulding them into perfection,polished stones for His greatbuilding yonder Â—Cortland Myers Suffering is a wonderful fertilizerto the roots of character The great object of this life is character This is the only thing we can carry with usinto eternity Â… T o gain the most of it and the best of it is the object ofprobation. Â—Austin Phelps Â“By the thorn road and no other is the mount of vision won.Â” By: Rick W arr en Contributed by: Janice Swift James 1:21 says, Â“Get rid of all the filth and evil in your lives,and humbly accept the wordGod has planted in your hearts,for it has the power to save your soulsÂ” (NLT). Â“Humbly acceptÂ” means you let go of your pride and stop try-ing to figure it out on your own.This is the key to opening yourmind and heart so that you canhear from the Lord. What Gets Between Y ou and God
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The Best Seafood place in Town The Best Seafood place in Town The Best Seafood place in Town The Best Seafood place in Town The Best Seafood place in Town Located in Downtown San Located in Downtown San Located in Downtown San Located in Downtown San Located in Downtown San Ignacio at the Welcome Center Ignacio at the Welcome Center Ignacio at the Welcome Center Ignacio at the Welcome Center Ignacio at the Welcome Center E ver y 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! V isit us T oday!! Glaucoma is a term describinga group of ocular (eye) disorders resulting in optic nerve damage or lossto the field of vision, in many patientscaused by a clinically characterizedpressure buildup in regards to the fluidof the eye (intraocular pressureassociated optic neuropathy) In a large number of glaucoma patients,however the intraocular pressure (IOP) is normal, i.e. below 20 mm Hg. These patients display the samesigns of glaucomatous damage asthose with an elevated IOP; theircondition is thus called normal tensionglaucoma. The disorders can beroughly divided into two main Glaucoma categories, "open-angle" and "closed-angle" (or "angleclosure") glaucoma. The angle refers to the area between the iris andcornea, through which fluid must flowto escape via the trabecularmeshwork, an area of tissue in theeye located around the base of thecornea. Closed-angle glaucoma canappear suddenly and is often painful;visual loss can progress quickly but the discomfort often leads patientsto seek medical attention beforepermanent damage occurs.Open-angle, chronic glaucoma tendsto progress at a slower rate andpatients may not notice they have lostvision until the disease has progressedsignificantly The increased intraocular pressurecan permanently damage visionin the affected eye(s) and lead toblindness if left untreated. It isnormally associated with increasedfluid pressure in the eye (aqueous humour) The term "ocular hypertension" is used for people with consistently raised intraocularpressure (IOP) without any associated optic nerve damage.Conversely the term 'normal tension' or 'low tension' glaucoma is used forthose with optic nerve damage andassociated visual field loss, butnormal or low intraocular pressure. The nerve damage involves lossof retinal ganglion cells in acharacteristic pattern. The manydifferent subtypes of glaucoma can allbe considered to be a type of opticneuropathy Raised intraocular pressure (above 21 mmHg or 2.8 kPa) is the most important and only modifiable risk factor for glaucoma.However some may have high eye pressure for years and never developdamage, while others can developnerve damage at a relatively lowpressure. Untreated glaucoma canlead to permanent damage of theoptic nerve and resultant visual fieldloss, which over time can progress toblindness. When the scleral venous sinus isblocked to where aqueous humor isnot reabsorbed at a faster rate than itis being secreted, elevated pressurewithin the eye occurs. Pressure in theanterior and posterior chamberspushes the lens back and putspressure on the vitreous body The vitreous body presses the retinaagainst the choroid and compressesthe blood vessels that feed the retina.W ithout a suf ficient blood supply retinal cells will die and the optic nerve may atrophy causing blindness. T ypically the nerves furthest from the focal point fail first because of theirdistance from the central bloodsupply to the eye; thus, vision loss dueto glaucoma tends to start at the edgeswith the peripheral visual field,leading to progressively worse tunnelvision. Glaucoma has been called the"silent thief of sight" because the loss of vision often occurs graduallyover a long period of time, andsymptoms only occur when thedisease is quite advanced. Once lost,vision cannot normally be recovered,so treatment is aimed at preventingfurther loss. W orldwide, glaucoma is the second-leading cause of blindnessafter cataracts. It is also the leadingcause of blindness among African Americans. Glaucoma affects one in200 people aged 50 and younger and one in 10 over the age of 80. If thecondition is detected early enough, itis possible to arrest the developmentor slow the progression with medicaland surgical means. Signs and symptoms Open-angle glaucoma accounts for 90% of glaucoma cases in the UnitedStates. It is painless and does not haveacute attacks. The only signs aregradually progressive visual field loss,and optic nerve changes (increased cup-to-disc ratio on fundoscopicexamination). Closed-angle glaucoma accountsfor less than 10% of glaucoma casesin the United States, but as many ashalf of glaucoma cases in othernations (particularly Asian countries) About 10% of patients with closed angles present with acuteangle closure crises characterized bysudden ocular pain, seeing halos Continues On Page 14
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Page 12 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, December 7, 2014 ARIES: Mar ch 22 to April 20 On Monday and T uesday youÂ’re a trendsetter a pacesetter the one out front, the one clearing the path foreveryone else, the example. This isnÂ’treally something you planned foryourself. Y ou just have some restless ener gy Y ou canÂ’ t help it. On W ednesday and Thursday you slow down a bit, mostly so you can takestock of your feelings and your fi-nances, but youÂ’re still 100 percentagreeable. Friday and Saturday youhave about a billion emails to catchup on, but SundayÂ’ s a go-visit-thefamily sort of day Lucky numbers: 49, 55, 67 T AURUS: April 21 to May 21 On Monday and T uesday your mind seems divided. Mostly you havediffering thoughts about your time andthe pace at which youÂ’re moving.Should you slow your goal trajectorya bit? Should you accelerate it? Are you walking too quickly when youcould be enjoying the stroll? OnW ednesday and Thursday youÂ’re not really bothered by such questions,mostly because youÂ’re so intenselyhappy Nothing seems to bother you at all. But on Friday and Saturday a few minor financial frustrations under-score a certain level of crankiness. OnSunday have dinner with a friend. Lucky numbers: 73, 88, 97. GEMINI: May 22 to June 21 On Monday and T uesday someone is coming at you fast andfurious with advice. If you were in adifferent mood, you might takeoffense to this person saying that(essentially) you donÂ’t know whatyouÂ’re doing. But on those daysyouÂ’re thrilled, because itÂ’ s really good advice. Y ou can put your feelings aside and recognize the valueof their words. On W ednesday and Thursday a few brand-new obstacles come your way but now you have strategies for dealing withthem. Friday and Saturday are full ofhand-shaking and telling strangersyour name Â— including, yes, anattractive stranger or two. Lucky numbers: 19, 29, 36. CANCER June 21 to July 21 Y our brain is quick on Monday and T uesday Â— much quicker than usual. Y our feelings are a bit closer to the surface, too. It will take someeffort to keep from respondingemotionally to things that normallywouldnÂ’ t get to you, but itÂ’ s just a mood thing. W ednesday and Thursday youÂ’re a lot more open to anything anyonewants to toss your way W itty little jab? Absolutely Bring it. The dif ference is Your Weekly Horoscope and Lucky Numbers that W ednesday and Thursday are just plain fun. A dinner party is a fantastic idea. Friday and Saturday you findyourself discovering something newabout yourself. Lucky numbers: 13, 26, 48 LEO: July 24 to August 21 On Monday and T uesday a conversation with someone reversesa conviction youÂ’ve held for a longtime. Something you were very sure ofÂ… Poof! ItÂ’ s gone! T urned upside down! ItÂ’ s funny how one personÂ’ s perspective can change everything.On W ednesday and Thursday the perspective youÂ’re most worried aboutis your bossÂ’. Y ouÂ’re particularly attuned to how you come across atwork, and youÂ’re trying to reinforce agood impression. Friday and Saturdayare social Â— it may be that youÂ’resocializing with work people;nevertheless, youÂ’re socializing.SundayÂ’ s more of a stay-at-home day Lucky numbers: 66, 75, 94. VIRGO: August 22 to September 21 Monday and T uesday you know exactly what youÂ’re doing, and itgives all of your actions a kind ofmagical vividness, not to mention asense of inevitability This is a talent of yours, something youÂ’ve cultivated,this knowing what youÂ’re doing, andyou can call it up even when you haveno idea what youÂ’re doing! OnW ednesday and Thursday the thing that strikes you is how compatibleyou and you-know-who are. A trip together proves it. Friday and Saturdayyou have a bunch of things to tell peopleand not much time, so youÂ’re in front ofyour email a lot. But Sunday you getsome fresh air Lucky numbers: 59, 77, 95 LIBRA: September 22 to October 23 Monday and T uesday youÂ’re focused on a certain relationship.It might be romantic or it might beprofessional, but whatever it is, youcan barely think about anything else.Most likely the issue is that thereÂ’ s compromise required, and youÂ’re justnot sure if youÂ’re prepared to bend.Give it some time. Reconsider On W ednesday and Thursday delicious meals figure strongly Â— either youÂ’vestumbled onto a new set of recipesor youÂ’re around someone whoÂ’ s a great cook. Friday and Saturday aremore about the dinner conversationthan the dinner but SundayÂ’ s quiet, peaceful and gorgeous. Lucky numbers: 69, 78, 86 SCORPIO: October 24 to November 21 Monday or T uesday in the middle of helping someone else, you mightbang your head, or do something equally random and painful. ItÂ’ s not going to be a lasting pain, but youÂ’llremember it at least all afternoon. Sowatch it! On W ednesday and Thursday youÂ’re banged around again Â— emotionally this time.Someone has their hands on yourheart, and theyÂ’re letting you knowthey know it. What a week this is!Thankfully none of the damage lasts, and in a strange way youÂ’ll look back on all of it as either funny oreducational. This weekendÂ’ s an adventure. An excellent adventure! Lucky numbers: 39, 52, 83. SAGITT ARIUS: November 22 to December 21 Monday and T uesday are romantic, but not in a gushy way TheyÂ’re romantic in a way thatinvolves playing games andlaughing hysterically On W ednesday and Thursday you have some responsibilities to attend to; asmuch as youÂ’d like to be thinkingbig-picture thoughts, itÂ’ s the details that need your attention. On Fridayand Saturday thereÂ’ s so much going on in your life itÂ’ s almost funny with people running around andopening and closing doors andmaking silly phone calls. But you lovethe antic ener gy On Sunday try to reconnect with you-know-who. Havea good talk. Lucky numbers: 58, 79, 87 CAPRICORN: December 22 to January 20 Monday and T uesday find you protecting your resources Â—especially in the career and familyrealms. Y ouÂ’re worried about something, or perhaps youÂ’re justgetting sentimental. Maybe theresources youÂ’re protecting aresimply keepsakes. Nevertheless, on W ednesday and Thursday you couldnÂ’t be less worried aboutanything. Nature figures into thesedays, as does romance and relaxingand letting your feelings be known.Friday and Saturday youÂ’re doing alot of communicating but youdonÂ’t seem to be getting through topeople. On Sunday focus on just one person. Lucky numbers: 03, 14, 20. AQUARIUS: January 20 to February 18 Monday and T uesday you make so many discoveries that youÂ’d bewise to keep a notebook with you,just to keep track of it all. Theseperiods of discovery happen a lotin your life and are good for yourbrain. They give you ener gy On W ednesday and Thursday youÂ’re a little more low-ener gy but still, youÂ’re bending your brain aroundnew things. During Friday andSaturday you give your brain a rest and give in to your intuitive romanticside Â— the side that requires nothinking at all. On Sunday youÂ’re trying to figure out what it all means.Lucky numbers: 07, 17, 42. PISCES: February 20 to March 21 On Monday and T uesday youÂ’re at a loss. Someone is not telling yousomething and you can tell, but youcanÂ’ t tell who it is or why Y ou just have this funny feeling. Not that youmind a mystery As a matter of fact, you get into this position a lot, this Â‘Iknow something is upÂ’ position. OnW ednesday and Thursday instead of worrying about it, focus on your lovelife Â— which, luckily gives you plenty to focus on right now If youÂ’re not hanging out with someone special,write a poem. Friday and SaturdayyouÂ’re incredibly busy but Sunday is fun and romantic. Lucky numbers: 23, 46, 63. 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Sunday, December 7, 2014 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Page 13 Ministry of T ourism, Culture and Civil A viation Invitation for Bids (IFB) BELIZE Renovation and Expansion at the Belize Archives and Records Service (BARS) Building 1. The Ministry of T ourism, Culture and Civil A viation, in conjunction with the Belize Archives and Records Service, willbe renovating and expanding the existing Archives and Records Service of fice facilities located at 26/28 Unity Boulevard, Belmopan, Belize. 2. The Ministry of T ourism, Culture and Civil A viation, and the Belize Archives and Records Service,are inviting proposals to provide construction services for the: Renovation andExpansion at the Belize Archives and Records Service Building in Belmopan The scope of works will include:a) Break in of slab and walls to allow for constructionof new staircase at ground floor level. b) New dry wall construction at ground floor for enclosing of the research area. c) Metal support and walls for new lift to be built on ground floor d) New walls, roofing system, and proposed finishes for the completion of first floor level. e) Provide and install proposed mechanical, electricaland plumbing at first floor level. f) Carry out all other necessary works to complete project as per design. 3. The proposal shall bere v iew e d and evaluated b ased o nc o m p le t e n essa n dc o m p lia n ce o fthe qu o tat i o n with the m i n i m u mspecif ic ati on s required. 4. The Ministry of T ourism, Culture and Civil A viation, and the Belize Archives and Records Service, are no t b o un dtoa c cepta n y qu o t ati o nn o r a wardac o n tr a ct, n o r be respo n si b lef o r a n yc o s t s ass o cia t ed with the p rep a rat i o n a n d su bm iss i o n o f a qu o tat i o n reg a r d less o f t h e o u t c o m e o r t h e m a nn er o f c o ndu ct in gthese l ec t i o npr o ce s s. 5. The bid proposal shall be valid for 3 months from date of submission. 6. Interested Eligible Bidders may obtain further information from the Director of the Belize Archives and Records Service, 26/28 Unity Blvd., Belmopan. T el: (501)-822-2247. Fax: (501)-227-4031. Email: email@example.com .bz. 7. Qualifications requirements include: a) The contractor should have specialization and experience in supervision of construction projects and provision of related quality assurance and quality control services. b) The contractor should be registered with Government of Belize and should have at least five (5) years of experience in undertaking work related to the requirements (construction/rehabilitation projects). c) The contractor should have knowledge of international standards for safety and security at the work site. d) The contractor should have good knowledge of reinforced cement concrete, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, Information Communication T echnology heating / ventilation / air -conditioning for lar ge scale construction projects. e) The contractor should have demonstrated ability to read, understand and interpret construction documents such as technical drawings, work plan, specification, and generally engineering data in English. f) The contractor should maintain a high level of confidentiality 8. A complete set of Bidding Documents on Compact Disk can be requested free of cost by interested bidders from the contact person at the addressbelow 9. Bids must be delivered to the address below at or before January 12 th 2015 at 2:00 PM.Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of the Bidders or their representatives who choose to be present at address below on the January 12 th 2015 at 3P .M. 10. A site visit will be held at the BARS in Belmopan 5 th January 2015. 9:00 A.M. 1 1. All bids shall be accompanied by a Â“Bid SecurityÂ” of BZ$10,000.00. 12. The address referred to above is: Ministry of T ourism, Culture and Civil A viation Attn: Mr Carroll D. Azueta, Fianance Of ficer 106 South StreetP .O. Box 325 Belize City Belize T el: (501)-227-2801/02 Fax:(501)-227-2810Email: finance.of firstname.lastname@example.org .bz
Page 14 STAR Tels: 626-8822 & 804-4900 Email:email@example.com Sunday, December 7, 2014 Notice is hereby be given thatunder the Intoxicating LiquorLicense Ordinance Chapter 150 ofthe Laws of Belize, RevisedEdition 2000, MAR TY ANN THRONE is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2015 to operate Rawspa Resor t located in Bullet T ree Falls, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 ofthe Laws of Belize, RevisedEdition 2000, Y AN F ANG YU is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operate 61 Supermarket located in Santiago Juan Layout, San Ignacio T own, Cayo District.Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of theLaws of Belize, Revised Edition2000, MARIE CONTRERAS is applying for a REST AURANT liquor license for the year 2015 tooperate MarieÂ’ s Restaurant and Bar located on Cemetry Road, Santa Elena T own, Cayo District. Notice is hereby be given that underthe Intoxicating Liquor LicenseOrdinance Chapter 150 of theLaws of Belize, Revised Edition2000, XING JUAN ZHU is applying for a CONVENIENCE STORE liquor license for the year 2015 to operate AnnaÂ’ s Supermarket 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 Edition2000, PETRA WOLF is applying for a MAL T AND CIDER liquor license for the year 2015 to operateMc WOLFÂ’ s located on Mile157 Geor ge Price Highway Cayo District. Liquor License Notice around lights, red eye, very highintraocular pressure (>30 mmHg) nausea and vomiting, suddenlydecreased vision, and a fixed, mid-dilated pupil. It is also associated withan oval pupil in some cases. Acute angle closure is an emer gency Causes Of the several causes for glaucoma, ocular hypertension (increased pressure within the eye) is the most important risk factor in mostglaucomas, but in some populations,only 50% of people with primaryopen-angle glaucoma actually haveelevated ocular pressure. Dietary No clear evidence indicates vitamin deficiencies cause glaucoma inhumans. It follows, then, that oralvitamin supplementation is not arecommended treatment forglaucoma. Caffeine increasesintraocular pressure in those with glaucoma, but does not appear toaffect normal individuals. Ethnicity and sex Many people of East Asian descent are prone to developing angle closureglaucoma due to shallower anteriorchamber depths, with the majority ofcases of glaucoma in this populationconsisting of some form of angleclosure. Inuit also have a 20to 40-times higher risk of developingprimary angle closure glaucoma.W omen are three times more likely than men to develop acute angleclosure glaucoma due to their shallower anterior chambers. Peopleof African descent are three times more likely to develop primaryopen-angle glaucoma. Genetics Positive family history is a risk factor for glaucoma. The relative riskof having primary open-angleglaucoma (POAG) is increased about twoto four-fold for individuals whohave a sibling with glaucoma.Glaucoma, particularly primaryopen-angle glaucoma, is associatedwith mutations in several differentgenes (including MYOC, ASB10, WDR36, NTF4, and TBK1genes) although most cases of glaucoma do not involve these geneticmutations. Normal-tension glaucoma,which comprises one-third of POAG is also associated with geneticmutations (including OP A1 and OPTN genes). V arious rare congenital/genetic eye malformations are associated withglaucoma. Occasionally failure of the normal third-trimester gestational atrophy of the hyaloid canal and thetunica vasculosa lentis is associatedwith other anomalies. Angle closure-induced ocular hypertensionand glaucomatous optic neuropathymay also occur with theseanomalies, and has been modelled inmice. Other Other factors can cause glaucoma, known as "secondary glaucoma" including prolonged use of steroids(steroid-induced glaucoma) ; conditions that severely restrictblood flow to the eye, such assevere diabetic retinopathy andcentral retinal vein occlusion(neovascular glaucoma) ; ocular trauma (angle-recession glaucoma) ; and uveitis (uveitic glaucoma). In a large study in the UK, glaucoma patients had a 29%increased incidence of systemichypertension compared to ageandsex-matched controls Continued F r om P ag e 1 0 Glaucoma
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