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A different kind of correction: Vermont State Police Sgt. Michael Roy noticed something odd on a decal on his police car: One of the spots on the cow in the state seal had taken on the shape of Sus scrofa domesticus. That's a pig, as in the derogatory term for a cop. Investigation found that it had been that way for several years; a prison inmate-artist had changed the insignia on the prison-made decals. Authorities say they will hunt down all the altered decals. "It's going to be 'Where's Porky?' instead of 'Where's Waldo?'" said an ex-cop turned state legislator; they guess there may be about 60 in

circulation. Replacing them will cost taxpayers $13 per decal. What, if anything, it costs the offender may depend on whether he's still inside and thus subject to prison discipline. "I don't know if there is a criminal charge," said the state corrections commissioner, but investigators say it will take "weeks" to sort it all out. (AC/Burlington Free Press) ...I can't wait till someone gets a good look at the prison guards' shoulder patches. Jail inmate arrested for trespassing after allegedly refusing to leave his cell: A 44-year-old man was trespassing at the county jail for refusing to leave his cell.



Martin Batieni Kombate, 44, was arrested last week in Flagstaff for trespassing and was set to be released under his own recognizance on the charge. But when the detention officers from the Coconino County Sheriff's Office showed up to escort him out, Kombate allegedly said he wasn't leaving. An officer from the Flagstaff Police Department was called over to speak to the man, according to a report. When the officer approached his cell, Kombate said he wouldn't go because he didn't know where his wallet was. Detention officers continued to tell the man he was being released and ask him to leave, but Kombate refused four additional times, according to the report. Finally, the officer asked him if he had any intention of going, and when Kombate told him no, the cell doors were shut and the man was officially arrested and charged with misdemeanor trespassing again. A jail population report shows that he was still in custody on Tuesday morning. Arizona Supreme Court records show that Flagstaff police have arrested him for trespassing at least a half-dozen times since 2009.

pocket and never ever leave it unattended at any time. Tourists are being urged to take a photocopy of their passport and other important documents and to keep them separately from the originals. .FCO STRESSES THE IMPORTANCE OF TRAVEL INSURANCE The Foreign and Commonwealth have recently released their latest annual statistics of the different ways they have assisted with 1.79 million consular enquiries and supported 45,197 Brits in difficulty abroad. The top six areas where assistance was provided were Spain, Greece, France, Thailand Turkey and USA. Many of the incidents were due to moped and motorbike accidents as well as drink and drug related incidents. There were 5,972 reported deaths of UK citizens from a mixture including natural death, accidental death and murder. The FCO continues to emphasise the importance of travel insurance, even for short trips within Europe. Lost or stolen passports were by far the most frequent problem encountered by British tourists with 25.969 such reported incidents worldwide. Always carry your passport in your

Many Globelink clients were relieved that they were covered by their travel insurance for Scheduled Airline Failure following the recent demise of Spanair and also Hungary’s national carrier Malev. It is hard to say in this difficult financial climate whether or not other airlines will get into a similar state, but it makes sense to ensure that you are covered – just in case. We seem to be receiving an increased number of claims from tourists who have drunk or eaten something that has not agreed with them. If you get sick, seek medical help immediately. The very high costs associated with this even in Europe are not the only problem as some people have been very ill indeed! We all know that local drinks might be a lot stronger that we are used to, but there have been serious illnesses and even deaths recently, mainly in Indonesia, India, Turkey where drinks have been contaminated with methanol. Remember, the costs associated with repatriation often far

exceed the cost of the medical treatment and you should ensure this is covered by your travel insurance policy. Extra care and good hygiene is essential whilst travelling anywhere. Beware of Rabies in Bali, Sarcocystosis in Malaysia, Dengue Fever in Sri Lanka and Malaria in Gambia and Kenya. It is recommended that you research your holiday destination and take all recommended precautions. Think twice before you decide on getting a tattoo, body piercing, manicure, a haircut or any treatment where there is a risk of broken skin whilst you are travelling. You might take home more than you expected unless you make sure that the equipment has been properly sterilised before it is reused. For an instant quote or to arrange cover securely online, enabling you to print your policy documents immediately, visit : or you can telephone Globelink on 00 44 1353 699082 or their Spanish link lines on 966 265 000 or 951 242 434.

Estonia part 2 Reformation and Swedish Estonia The Reformation in Europe officially began in 1517. By the 1520s Language, education, religion, and politics were greatly transformed. The Church services were now given in the local vernacular, instead of Latin. In 1629, mainland Estonia came entirely under Swedish rule. In 1631, the Swedish king Gustaf II Adolf forced the nobility to grant the peasantry greater rights, King Charles XI withdrew large noble estates to the Swedish Crown effectively turning serfs to taxpaying farmers. In 1632, a printing press and university were established in the city of Dorpat (known as Tartu since 1918). This period is known in Estonian history as "the Good Old Swedish Time." The steady growth of the population continued until the outbreak of the plague in 1657. The Great Famine of 1695–97 killed some 70,000 people – almost 20% of the population. Russian Empire During the Great Northern War, the Swedish empire lost Estonia to Russia. The war devastated

the population of Estonia, but it recovered quickly. Although the rights of peasants were initially weakened, serfdom was abolished in 1816. After the Russian revolution of 1917, Tallinn remained under Soviet control until 24 February 1918, when Estonian independence was declared. As a result of the abolition of serfdom and the availability of education to the native Estonianspeaking population, an active Estonian nationalist movement developed in the 19th century. It began on a cultural level, resulting in the establishment of Estonian language literature, theatre and professional music and led on to the formation of the Estonian national identity and the Age of Awakening. After winning the Estonian War of Independence against both Soviet Russia and the German Freikorps, (the Tartu Peace Treaty was signed on 2 February 1920). World War II The fate of Estonia in World War II was decided by the German–Soviet Non aggression Pact and its Secret Additional Protocol of August 1939. World War II casualties of Estonia, estimated at around 25% of the population, were among the highest in Europe. War and occupation deaths have been estimated at 90,000. These include the Soviet deportations in 1941, the German deportations and Holocaust victims.

On 24 September 1939, warships of the Red Navy appeared off Estonian ports and Soviet bombers began a patrol over Tallinn and the nearby countryside. The Estonian government was forced to give their assent to an agreement which allowed the USSR to establish military bases and station 25,000 troops on Estonian soil for "mutual defence". On 14 June 1940, while world's attention was focused on the fall of Paris to Nazi Germany a day earlier, the Soviet military blockade on Estonia went into effect, two Soviet bombers downed the Finnish passenger airplane "Kaleva" flying from Tallinn to Helsinki carrying three diplomatic pouches from the U.S. legations in Tallinn, Riga and Helsinki. On 16 June 1940, the Soviet Union invaded Estonia. The Red Army exited from their military bases in Estonia on 17 June. The following day, some 90,000 additional troops entered the country. In the face of overwhelming Soviet force, the Estonian government capitulated on 17 June 1940 to avoid bloodshed. In August, 1940, Estonia was illegally annexed by the Soviet Union as the Estonian SSR. The repressions followed with the mass deportations carried out by the Soviets in Estonia on 14 June 1941. Many of the country's political and intellectual leaders were killed or deported to remote areas of the USSR by the Soviet

authorities in 1940–1941. Repressive actions were also taken against thousands of ordinary people. When the German army started against the Soviet Union, about 34,000 young Estonian men were forcibly drafted into the Red Army. Fewer than 30% of them survived the war. Many countries, including the US, did not recognise the annexation of Estonia by the USSR. The official Soviet and current Russian version claims that Estonians voluntarily gave up their statehood. German occupation The German Army crossed the Estonian southern border on 7 July. The Red Army retreated behind the Pärnu River – Emajõgi line on 12 July. After the Soviets were driven out from Estonia German troops disarmed all the partisan groups. Although initially the Germans were perceived by most Estonians as liberators from the USSR and its repressions, it was soon realised that they were another occupying power. This led many Estonians, unwilling to side with the Nazis, to join the Finnish Army to fight against the Soviet Union. Although many Estonians were recruited into the German armed forces the majority did so only in 1944 when the threat of a new invasion of Estonia by the Red Army had become imminent and it was clear that Nazi Germany could not win the war. (Cont’d next month)

The Mad Monk in La Carihuela. Cliff and Mamie will be celebrating their one year anniversary this month and they would like to say a big thank you to all their customers and friends for their support through what are hard times for all.

This bar seems to have something for everyone, with a multi satellite system showing all sports from arond the world,a fantastic selection of music, pool table, darts wii console and free wifi, ample seating inside, and a large heated terrace outside.

It has been an eventful and busy year for them, hosting numerous parties for all occasions, supplying buffets and a whloe host of other requested goodies.

They have been living in La Carihuela for 20 years and the last 12 months have been very exciting and they hope to have many more of the same.

The ever improved menu has proved to be very popular and is going from strength to strength. Most of the dishes and specials are homemade by Mamie herself.

Pop in and join them for a drink or for some homemade food, you won't be disapponited. Remember to mention The sentinella magazine when calling

by Jan Morley Irish stew The trick with this classic one-pot is to use a cheaper cut of meat, which means you’ll skimp on price but not quality Serves 6 Preparation and cooking times Prep 30 mins, Cook 2 hrs 1. Heat oven to 160C/fan 140C/gas 3. Heat the oil in a flameproof casserole. Sizzle the bacon for 4 mins until crisp. Turn up the heat, then cook the lamb for 6 mins until brown. Remove the meats with a slotted spoon. Add the onions, carrots and herbs to the pan, then cook for about 5 mins until softened. Return the meat to the pan, stir in the pearl barley, pour over the stock, and then bring to a gentle simmer. 2. Sit the chunks of potato on top of the stew, cover, then braise in the oven, for about 1½ hrs until the potatoes are soft and the meat is tender. The stew can now be chilled and kept in the fridge for 2 days, then reheated in a low oven or on top of the stove. Remove from the oven, dot the potatoes with butter, scatter with the spring onions and serve scooped straight from the dish. Middle neck (neck fillets) or scrag end are both really flavoursome and perfect for braising, or if hard to use you could use chops. PER SERVING 627 kcalories, protein 49g, carbohydrate 44g, fat 30 g, saturated fat 14g, fibre 0g, sugar 11g, salt 2,13 g

Guinness cupcakes This beetroot and Guinness cupcake recipe is deliciously moist. Perfect for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Ingredients 75g cocoa powder 175g plain flour 2 tsp baking powder 225g caster sugar 3 large eggs 225g cooked beetroot (no added vinegar)

100ml Guiness 100ml corn oil For the cream cheese icing 200g unsalted butter, softened 200g full-fat cream cheese 1 vanilla pod , seeds scraped out. 450g icing sugar Preparation method 1. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/Gas 6. Line a 12-hole muffin tin with paper cases. 2. Sift the cocoa powder, flour, baking powder and sugar into a bowl. 3. Blend the eggs, beetroot, Guiness and oil in a food processor until smooth. 4. Stir the beetroot into the flour mixture until just combined (do not overmix). 5. Spoon the mixture into the muffin cases and cook in the oven for 20-25 minutes, or until the cupcakes have risen and the tops are springy to the touch. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool. 6. For the cream cheese icing, beat the butter, cream cheese and vanilla together in a bowl until smooth; then slowly beat in the icing sugar. 7. Spread the icing onto the muffins with a knife or spoon the icing into a piping bag fitted with a 1cm/½in star nozzle and pipe the icing onto the muffins.


Pogs, Fuengirola´s leading Live music venue has gone from strength to strength since reopening its doors back in October. The selection of bands and talented musicians that appear here just seem to be getting better with approx 20 bands on a monthly rotation. Faces old and new can be seen here such as Alice Reay with her Wednesday jam session where she invites all musicians at no matter what level to come along and join in. Special guests you will expect to see alongside her are the boys from monkey tennis, mojopin and fun fiction. Sunday Sessions with The Stevie Nelson Band are absolutely rocking and most Sundays packs out the bar. Nice early start at 5.30pm for those of you that have to work the next day, lots of flowing beer and Guinness and they even throw in a few free tapas if you’re feeling peckish.

Some new faces and up and coming bands you need to watch out for are Nowhere Band, Trifasico, Dirty Little Secrets and most definitely The Project. If you missed new year this band were rocking and provide an equal balance of some of the greatest hits from some of the most recognised artists such as The Who, Thin Lizzy and u2 to name a few. Don’t forget to join us on St Patrick’s Day for a whole day of live music with The Stolen Gnomes, The Stevie Nelson Band and The Project and also a touch of Live Sport thrown in there when Ireland face England in the 6 nations at 5pm. Paddy´s Day has always been a momentous occasion in Pogs and being the 5th Anniversary this year, we shall be partying in the good old Pogs Style. Pogs would also like to take the opportunity for all the support that has been received from its customers old and new in the past months for keeping the place an enjoyable and successful music venue for everyone to enjoy and we look forward to your continued support.( see advert centre pages )

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KBO Tooway Costa del Sol can provide high speed satellite internet straight into your home or small business no matter where you are. A small 72cm satellite dish will be located on the external roof of the building and this feeds a router in the home to provide instant broadband connection – and you don’t even need a phone line. Because we all have different needs Tooway™ comes in 4 unique packages, this allows us to offer the fairest rates for all. The less you need the less you pay. We understand that reliability and after sale support are key that’s why our dedicated customer care team are all Irish/English so there is no language barriers for you to overcome. For more information contact us today 672 962 181 or visit our website Mention The Sentinella when calling

Massage, get in touch with its many health benefits! Massage, do you think luxury or necessity or what does it do? Massage dates back from centuries ago, where royalty correctly believed this was a form of healing. Today, we find this ancient art is being used and developed more and more for healing where technology has as yet not replaced this feel good factor. Massage can help calm the nervous system and promote a sense of relaxation and well being. It reduces tension, anxiety, improves blood circulation and stimulates lymphatic flow which carries away the body waste products. Great for detox! Massage is beneficial after workouts, such as gym, zumba, step, pilates, paddle, and all areas of sport, in order to prevent muscle spasms, tightness and cramps. Conditions such as arthritis, sciatica, oedema can be helped by professional massage. So remind yourself of all these health benefits if you start to feel guilty about getting a massage!! There are different types of massage:Sports Massage/Deep Tissue: using slow and firm pressure to target the deeper layers of the muscles and corrective tissue commonly to help with muscle damage from injuries. Especially beneficial to sport fanatics. Reflexology: Reflexology is a holistic approach to science that deals with the principle that there are reflexes in the feet that corresponds to all parts of the body. It is believed to have dated back as far as 5000 years from China. Reflexology relieves stress and tension, improves the nerve and blood supply, and helps re-balance and relax your body and mind. Hot Stone therapy: An enjoyable and relaxing treatment for many who experience this. The basalt stones are specially hand chosen from Peru, where

many believe these stones withhold healing energies. The stones are slowly heated in water and then placed on the body for massaging. The heat penetrates deep into the muscles and increases blood circulation. Ideal for many ailments such as rheumatism, arthritis, M.S., general aches and pains and muscle tension. Aromatherapy: A relaxing and gentle massage using 100% essential oils that are carefully selected for each individual. Ideal for those who want to totally unwind, promote sleep and improve skin conditions. There are many more forms of massages available, and can also be offered not just to adults but to students and young adults who need to release tension from hard studying and sports. The professional therapist offers a free consultation to offer the most appropriate treatment and all information is kept confidential. See advert for latest massage offers. Audrey, Arte Hair

Monkey lead singer dies age 66 It's a Daydream Believer's nightmare: after suffering a heart attack, former Monkees lead singer Davy Jones died at the too-young age of 66. It didn't take long for his fans, colleagues and star admirers to hear and mourn the untimely passing, and while not all his fellow Monkees have yet to release statements on their bandmates' death, Twitter quickly exploded with an outpouring of memories and tributes to the singer. Here's what the famous mourners had to say… Bandmate and costar Mickey Dolenz posted the following on his Facebook page, "Can't believe it...Still in shock...had bad dreams all night long. My love and prayers go out to Davy's girls and family right now..." Also among the first to express their sadness was Boyce and Hart, the songwriting duo who worked extensively with the Monkees, most notably penning "Last Train to Clarksville' and the Monkees theme. "This is the saddest news ever," they wrote on their Facebook page. "We have no words to express how we are feeling…condolences and loving prayers for his family, friends and his fans; the world has lost a dear man, loving husband and father; a great talent. "Thank you for your loving comments; we are saddened beyond words; loving prayers and sympathy for his family, friends and fans…a great talent and good friend lost today." Victoria Beckham loses out in Oscars red carpet designer dresses battle Victoria Beckham wore a dress from her collection at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party with husband David. Victoria was really looking forward to seeing the stars' dresses on the Oscars red carpet last night. The fashion designer, whose frocks are regularly worn by top celebs, is a big fan of two actresses in particular - and could well have been hoping they'd step out in Victoria Beckham creations. 'Happy Oscar day! Excited to see what Rooney Mara and Michelle Williams will wear x vb,' Tweeted Victoria. Disappointingly for Posh, Rooney, 26, chose a plunging white Givenchy gown for the occasion, while Michelle, 31, matched the carpet in her Louis Vuitton number.

But Victoria isn't too downhearted - stars usually call in a number of different options and the 37-year-old's design studio isn't large enough to cater for personal needs. 'We do have requests in from stylists for the Oscars, but as our team is so small we don't have the opportunity to custom-make dresses like the bigger fashion houses,' said Victoria's spokesperson earlier this month. 'Nor do we have the big budgets to pay people to endorse our brand, so it's really a waiting game and we won't know until the night if any of our dresses will be worn.' Aww! One Direction's Liam Payne reveals he's really missing his girlfriend on US tour 1D star's in the States supporting Big Time Rush Liam Payne might be busy touring America with One Direction, but don't think he's forgotten about girlfriend Danielle Peazer. Fans asked Liam how he's been coping without his girl on Twitter, and the 18-year-old singer was quick to give a soppy response. 'I miss her lots,' he wrote. See you next month


If you suffer from unwanted habits, addictions, phobias or even stress and fatigue, hypnotherapy could be part of the solution. Hypnosis….it really can help! Is the media telling you how to feel? It seems to be unavoidable these days. Pick almost any TV or radio channel and there it is……. The depressed economy…. Decreasing home values…. Rising unemployment…. It goes on and on……. Negative people sit on the sofa watching others speak negatively and think that the world is going to Hell…. Positive people are taking action to create a better life for themselves and their families, now and in the future. Isn’t it time to turn off the television and create your own reality? Success in life begins with self confidence and a positive attitude. When you are confident you stand tall, hold your head high and walk with a spring in your step! When you are positive you just know you can accomplish your goals. Successful people believe in themselves and in their ability to do whatever they choose to do. We are all born with self-confidence. However over-protective parents, overbearing teachers, siblings, employers and so-called “friends” can drain you of your self confidence. Hypnosis is the best way to get it back, because hypnosis changes you on a subconscious level: Once you believe in yourself and have a positive attitude You are in a position to really change your life. You can accomplish any goal you set your mind to

It’s a safe way of accessing the subconscious mind, which is the part of our mind that controls the way we think, feel and behave. In the first seven years of life we unknowingly accept-usually from our parents and other childhood influences-programmes or sets of instructions that dictate how we respond to lifes’ challenges. Some of these programmes may prevent us from leading a fulfilling life and some can actually contribute to various forms of illness. What hypnotherapy does is remove programmes that don’t work for you and put in ones that do work. The professional hypnotherapist does this by helping you to relax, and rather than feeling vulnerable and exposed, which is what most people fear about hypnotherapy, your level of awareness increases and you actually feel more in control of your situation. Whether help is needed to assist in the breaking of a habit such as smoking, weight loss, or to free yourself from anxiety, stress, phobias, lack of confidence or an addiction to alcohol, fear of dentist or surgery, positivity and strength to deal with Cancer of yourself or a loved one. Most people need a couple of sessions, but you can get results, just with the first session! Ann Borders a Preferred Partner of “medilink” is a UK trained hypnotherapist based in the San Pedro area. For more information on Ann or any of our other Preferred Partners call “medilink” on 952 93 38 76

Tickets - €7 Members & €9 Non-Members - are available from the Box Office 635 293 714 or from the usual TAPAS outlets. Saint Valentine’s Day fun at Mijas Bowls club. By Sheila Graveling Tuesday the 14th of February turned out to be a lovely sunny day. Those who came along to our Fun Day had a great time. There were three different games for us and we played with our own our score cards. Most of the members dressed up in red or had hearts on them. The best dressed prize went to Maureen Huddlestone. Then prizes for the best score where won by Linda Hall for the ladies and Des Huddlestone took the men’s prize. The prize for the game of skittles was won for the men by Roy Graveling and the ladies by Sheila Graveling. A good quiz was organised by Jean Lancaster and a splendid lunch was cooked by Carol Wright and her team. Thanks to Bob and Carol Jacobs for there help with the bar. The whole day was very enjoyable, and everyone went home happy. We are open for Bowling Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday so if you want to come and have a game do come along or contact the club on 952 466 038 or email mijasbowls@ or ARCH A Fun General Knowledge Quiz Night to be held on 10th March 2012 commencing at 8pm at the Venta Miralmonte (carretera A404 Coin to Alhaurin el Grande) Included are: Welcome glass of Cava, Special Quiz night BBQ, a raffle with some great prizes. All for just 10€ per person. Please support our rescue centre and enjoy a great evening. Book now to avoid disappointment. Tickets are available at Venta Miralmonte or phone Claire 635 798 219 or Jill 656 935 613 TAPAS In early April the TAPAS (The Andalucia Performing Arts Society) theatre group will be performing ‘Rumours’ - Neil Simon's hilarious farce which concerns the efforts of eight dinner party guests to spare their host – and themselves – from scandal.The play opens with Ken and Chris, who've found their host, Charley, a Government minister, in his bedroom, unable to speak and with a bullet wound in his ear lobe. With an excellent cast directed by Leroy Lingwood there will be 3 performances of the play - Friday April 6th & Saturday April 7th at 8pm and Sunday April 8th at 4pm at Venta Los Arcos km6 on the Coin/Cartama road A7059 near, Alhaurin el Grande

Positively pink news TheLiving Room In the month of March we are trying to raise €10k for Positively Pink with a big finale fun day on Saturday 31st March! All the bars on Francisco Cano are involved - Bar One, Bar Latino, Beer ETC, Emerald Isle, Casa Kontiki plus more are deciding how they can get involved! Come on down and support us all! Parasail For Cancer with The sponsor forms are here and if you email me at I will email your form to download or if you prefer pick one up from The Karma Bar, The Welcome Arms or Scubies Bar all on Fuengirola frontline of the Port. Details of other locations will be announced next week. Fly 600 feet above Fuengirola and raise money for cancer screening for women on the coast. Raise 50 euros in sponsors or donations and present them on the day and fly for FREE. Sat /Sun 14th/15th April Iwill be first up my Pink Buddies so who's gonna be next???? ThinkPink Charity Carting Challenge 2012. ThinkPinkFuengirola in conjuction with Funny Beach Marbella invite you to help us raise money for Cudeca Hospice by participating in the ThinkPink Charity Carting Challenge 2012. We need 48 people to registar which costs 10 euros and a minimum sponsor of 35 euros per person to stage this event to raise money for Cudeca Hospice in Benalmadena. If you have a businesses that would like to sponsor a team the cost is 150 euros. We will issue your team with Polo Shirts with your company name and also supply and distribute merchandise to promote your business at the event. The race will consist of two heats of 8 teams of three people with the final race cosisting of the first 4 of each of the 2 heats. The winners will be presented with the coveted ThinkPink Charity Carting Challenge Trophy. Why not bring family and friends to support you and enjoy the facilities...great day out for everyone. For more details and sponsor forms contact Fiona on Facebook or Email

Honouring those who improve the species.... by accidently removing themselves from it! or almost!

Surfs you right: 20th Feb 2012 ( pending acceptance )Saint-Benjamin, France "couch-surfing" is a dangerous derivative of "carsurfing", an activity, already known for its danger. Rather than climb on top of a moving car, the thrill seekers attach an old couch after a vehicle and are pulled like water skiing. The difference is that the adventure ends most of the time by the destruction of their "mount" as a result of friction with the ground. A young man of 22 years, François Hallée, died Saturday night in a car accident, after he and his friends had decided to be pulled by a rope behind a truck. The truck driver, Alex Labbé, appeared Sunday morning on criminal charges of dangerous driving causing death and hit and run.The accident occurred around 21:45 Saturday night, in the 6th Range in Saint-Benjamin, in Beauce. Four young men then took part in the dangerous game, where a truck-type pick-up pulling a chair and a sled with a rope. One person was in the chair, two on the sled, and another behind the wheel.

The ride turned to tragedy for the young men. The armchair zigzagged behind the truck. A car then appeared, striking with full force the wheelchair and its occupant. After impact, the truck driver left the scene and his three friends. The occupant of the chair, Hallée Francois, a 22 year old man from Saint-Georges de Beauce, was transported to hospital, where his death was noted. Others involved in the accident have not suffered serious injuries. The driver of the oncoming car is meanwhile remained at the scene until help arrived. The suspect driver in the accident, Alex Labbé, was arrested later that evening in St. Georges de Beauce by the Sûreté du Québec. He reportedly fled the scene of the accident because of his fear and shock.Alex Labbé, a man of 21 years as resident of Saint-Georges de Beauce, appeared Sunday morning by conference call. He had to answer to criminal charges of dangerous driving causing death and hit and run. He will be back for another appearance this morning at the courthouse in St. Joseph de Beauce.According to the Sûreté du Québec, alcohol is not involved in this accident. Investigators specializing in accident reconstruction scene were dispatched to try to clarify the precise circumstances of the drama. According to friends of the victim, it was not the first time when young adults were engaged in this game on the road. "We always think it happens to others” he said.

Matilda the Billie Goat When you work with animals professionally as Bill and I do and also helping animal charities voluntarily, animals are a 24/ 7 commitment and so become your way of life, so for us to get a complete day off is a very rare event, a few months ago such a day had come along - or so I thought . We had a relaxing cup of tea in bed and a leisurely shower then started to plan what to do with our day – big mistake !! because then the phone rang and a friend of mine, also a CHAIN volunteer, shouted “ I need a man “. It turned out she had been walking her dogs in the campo and she found a goat which was trapped down an unused service pit . Its back leg was so badly broken it was barely able to stand so the poor thing certainly couldn´t get out on its own. We met our friend as soon as we could , Bill got down the pit and managed to secure a rope around its waist ( do goats have waists ?? ) we then slowly and as gently as possible hauled the terrified animal out , screaming in pain . We put her onto a blanket in the back of our van and she immediately calmed down. Sadly we then set off for the Vets to do “ the act of kindness “ as her leg was so bad, but on the way there we decided she surely didn´t have to die, or so we hoped, just because her leg was broken, so we would ask the Vet to try to save her. However life isn´t that simple in Spain. When we saw our vet, we were told by Jill from ARCH, who was kindly translating by phone for us, that all the Vet was allowed do for the goat ,by law, was to give it pain killing, anti-inflammatory and antibiotic injections ,which of course he did . We were told that until the owner of the goat was found and he decided what he wanted to do with it ,or the goat became legally ours ,the Vet couldn´t operate to ease its pain or even put it to sleep if the need arose. So, armed with more injections for the next few days we took her home and settled her in with some food and a nice thick blanket to lie on as we had no straw. Once she was out of pain she looked like one contented little goat ,in fact lying on her pretty blue blanket with a full stomach I am sure I saw her smiling !! – perhaps she thought she really had died and gone to heaven. Even a goat must have its own papers and microchip-, but this little Billie had no micro chip ( now there¨s a surprise ) and its ear tag had been removed ,so we were told we must go to the Guardia Civil to report finding it and they would try to find the owner, in the mean time poor Billie must put up with her broken leg..

That evening Jill kindly came to the police station with us, but we were promptly informed that if there was no crime they didn´t want to know, so go to the Local Police. When we saw the local officer on duty and Jill explained again what had happened all he did was laugh, we could all imagine just what he was thinking about the crazy English !! He told us to come back in a few days and he would give us a letter to say the goat was ours. So, after another trip to the police station we finally had the “adoption “ paper and Bill had become the goats legal daddy, ahhhh. The Vet did not have time to perform the operation for another five days , Finally after more than a week Billie had her operation, luckily the Vet did not need to amputate the leg and was able to put pins in it . Now after 3 months, countless vet visits Matilda ,as she was named in a “ name the goat” competition arranged by CHAIN ,is living very happily at the ARCH stables with their rescued horses and donkeys.The pins have had to remain in her leg and she will always have a limp but she is another animal rescue success that makes all the effort worthwhile and CHAIN´s fund-raising so valuable. The Vet, Police Etc. I´ve spoken to who know about goats say that almost certainly she was intentionally thrown down the pit to die because she had broken her leg, Denise – Cat and Dog World Kennels, Alhaurin El Grande . Tel 630197435

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A Date for your Diary ... Sunday 3rd June: CHARITY FAMILY FUN DAY A special Charity Family Fun Day is being organized for Sunday June 3rd to coincide with the Queens Diamond Jubilee celebration weekend in the UK. The event will be held at Lauro Golf Academy, on the road from Alhaurin el Grande to Alhaurin de la Torre. Organisers are now looking for charity groups to take stalls to raise money for their own organisations and a limited number of suitable businesses will alos be offered the opportunity to promote their products. There is no fee for charities although businesses will be charged €20 per pitch. Company sponsorship is also encouraged. The fun day will incorporate a traditional Family Sports Day, live entertainment, demonstrations, shows, stalls, tombola, beat the goalie, Bouncy Castle, games, candy floss, popcorn, wine tasting and much more. The highlight of the day will be a Family Sports Day organised by Kidz Inland, a voluntary group which runs regular events in the Coin and Alhaurin area. The Family Sports Day will take every kid back to the old school sports day events such as egg and spoon, beanbag race, sack race and a mums v dads tug-o-war event. Live music will be provided by the hugely popular Costa Rock who will give a performance of their 80s music through to rock numbers whilst there will be a series of demonstrations and shows by local theatrical, dance and sports groups. Food will be a mixture of traditional British fare through to curries and paellas whilst local stalls will also features cakes, biscuits and treats.

The event is also being run in conjunction with the 4th annual Big Lunch which falls on the same weekend as the Diamond Jubilee. The Big Jubilee Lunch will also be held at the Charity Family Fun Day with caterers providing a range of traditional food from the Big Lunch Recipe book. Back in 1977 some 10 million people partied in the streets to celebrate the Silver Jubilee. Event organiser Lisa Sadleir, of Family Life in Spain, is hoping the British community will get into the spirit of this event and encourages other nationalities to come along and taste a little of British culture. Lisa said: “This event is aimed at having fun! We are hoping that it will demonstrate the good old community spirit is alive and well on the Costa del Sol. The more charities that can benefit from the event the better. I look forward to hearing from you”. For further information and to book a stall contact Lisa Sadleir on or tel: 608 840 692.

Capricorn 22nd December – 20th January Four of Cups. Peace and quiet are what you seek this month away from the crowds. A period of solitude could be what you need now to gather your energies and your thoughts for a busy year ahead. Aquarius 21st January – 18th February Two of Wands. Inspiration surrounds you this month, you feel awakened, aware and especially creative. New opportunities are presenting themselves to you, don't miss out or you will kick yourself if you let this time slip by, daydream no more, your dreams can be realised. Pisces 19th February. – 20th March Ace of Cups. A new love relationship for you this month, significant and important, you will have great happiness with this person, their strength both emotionally and physically will be more than you have had with anyone before or will have again.Work though mundane will be productive and you will overall feel blessed and humbled. Aries 21st March – 20th April. Ace of Wands. Creativity,growth and natural development of an idea or a new successful enterprise. A letter, email or phone call received brings good news. Life seemed dull and flat and had lost its je en sais quoi, now you have found it again. Taurus 21st April – 21st May The World. Completion of a cycle, look back with pride,you are now at a turning point.Success is on the way. A new life in a new place. A move of house particularly if it is connected with your circumstances now. Gemini 22nd May – June 21st Judgement. Clarity, decisions, a phase is coming to an end. You will be able to look back and evaluate past events. Legal settlements are to come. A chance to start a new project confidently and feeling rejuvenated about previous accomplishments.Freedom for you at last. Cancer 22nd June – 22nd July The Sun. Vitality and optimism, joy and happiness are on the way.You haven't felt so good about yourself and life in general for such a long time. All your efforts will bear fruit. Trials and tribulations will be overcome. You will be surrounded by good friends and your marriage will be happy and successful. Life is fun and you will be enjoying it to the full. Leo 23rd July – 23rd August The Moon. Psychic awareness, dreaming more often, revealing what you have buried in your unconscious, it is time to remember who you are and what your purpose is. Romance not going well right now, insincerity, deceptions and untrustworthy people in business around you.

Virgo 24th August – 22nd September The Star. Joy, spiritual healing, love and emotional harmony around you. Blessings are poured on you this month. You have a new found optimism and everything will go well for you now. Health problems are behind you. New ventures will flourish and you will become more interested in the beneficial effects of the occult. Libra 23rd September – 22nd October The Fool. Beginnings, change, freedom and fun people and adventures. A fresh start is indicated for you this month. A new future is beckoning, a new door opening and challenges are ahead, don't rush into anything, baby steps are what is needed just now. :

Scorpio 23rd October - 22nd November Strength. Loyalty and unconditional love, others will be reaching out to you, don't ignore them or it will be on your conscience.Truth and light will overcome spiteful and jealous behaviour. Goodwill will win over evil intentions.

Sagittarius 23rd November - 22nd December The High Priestess. Mystery, intuition and a secret lover. Follow your natural instincts when making decisions and make allowances for somebody elses intuition, particularly if they are already a close and trustworthy friend. Your integrity and honesty will gain you new work in a teaching capacity.

1. Who, according to a diary entry, said on March 17 1912 "I am just going outside and may be some time"? 2. Donald F. Duncan introduced in 1929 a toy based on a weapon used by 16th-century Filipino hunters. What is it called? 3.Who designed the dome of St. Peter's, Rome? 4.In which street is the Bank of England? 5.What's the worlds most popular Non Alcoholic Drink? 6.What letter is given to a car number plate when the age or identity of the vehicle is unknown or if it may have been built from parts? 7. What is the highest-achieveable break in snooker? 8. Who links Yazoo and Erasure? 9. Who was Jimmy Somerville's partner in the Communards? 10. The Matrix reloaded took $93 mil in its opening US weekend, a record secondly only to which previous film? 11.Who wrote and composed the opera Oedipus Rex? 12. Who were the writers of the TV comedy series Father Ted? 13. In what year was Mahatma Gandhi assassinated? 14. Who famously said: "I counted them all out and I counted them all back again"? 15.Which weather phenomenon translates from the Spanish for 'little boy'. 16. Ambassador to the Court of Saint James is the official title for Ambassadors of which country? 17. Globe and Jerusalem are types of what? 18. In the drink, what are the components of a Screwdriver? 19. In slang, how much money is a monkey? 20. Loriners and farriers cater for what?

Using the letter grid below, how many words can you find. - Each word must contain the letter in the middle ( so RIP is not allowed) - words must contain 3 or more letters (so AS is not allowed) - each letter can only be used as many times as it appears in the grid - no proper nouns , -There is as always a 9 letter. Conondrum.17th If you score more than 15 words well done

Stereo grams Turn the page sideways clockwise and look at the image you should see a 3D PICTUREl? Can’t see it, heres some tips that might help The Pullback Get very close to the stereogram, and very, very slowly pull it away from you. At first you won't even be able to focus on the image... However, keep moving the image in and out, relaxing, and it will appear. Look at the Reflection You'll need to LOOK at something about twice the distance of the image. It turns out we have something that is almost always available that is the exact distance... your reflection. By looking at your reflection, this will help, if not put the book one side of a glass door enough to let you see your reflection.then... After looking at your eye, simply stop focusing on your eye, and try to see the image. Repeat, switching your focus from your eye to the image, and your reflection... and suddenly you will get it.

Across 9. An old piece of furniture (7) 10. Oblivious (7) 11. A fast Brazilian dance (7) 12. Sequin (7) 13. An implanted cardiac device (9) 15. Paroxysm (5) 16. Not adhering to ethical principles (7) 19. Instrument of punishment (7) 20. Burning bush (5) 21. Infringement (9) 25. Relapse (7) 26. Eliminate from the body (7) 28. Madman (7) 29. Teach (7)

Down 1. A fast gait of a horse (6) 2. Nuclear (6) 3. Greenish blue (4) 4. Make mention (6) 5. Surpass (8) 6. A whirling Italian dance (10) 7. An Australian marsupial (8) 8. Gravely (8) 14. String puppet (10) 16. Deep down (8) 17. Reddish brown (8) 18. Languishing because of love (8) 22. Egg dish (6) 23. Medicine that causes vomiting (6) 24. Required (6) 27. Hint (4)

Answers on page 63

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Discover how to break a code: Every number in the codeword grid is 'code' for a letter of the alphabet. Thus the number '12' may correspond to the letter 'L', for instance. We have given you 3 letters, 11 = Q, 18 = W & 25 = V Answers on page 63

Colonoscopy After experiencing the discomfort and embarrassment of a colonoscopy in Marbella, I decided to have my next one carried out while visiting friends in Torremolinos, where the beautiful nurses are allegedly much more gentle and accommodating. As I lay naked on my side on the table, the gorgeous nurse began my procedure. "Don't worry, at this stage of the procedure it's quite normal to get an erection," the nurse told me. "I haven't got an erection," I replied. "No, but I have," replied the nurse. Lesson: Don't get a colonoscopy in Torremolinos . A few quickies Husband Searching Keywords on Google: How to Tackle a Wife?

Google Search Result, "Still Searching”. A Man Goes To A Shrink And Says: "Doctor, My Wife Is Unfaithful To Me. Every Evening, She Goes To Larry's Bar And Picks Up Men. In Fact, She Sleeps With Anybody Who Asks Her! I'm Going Crazy. What Do You Think I Should Do?" "Relax," Says The Doctor, "Take A Deep Breath And Calm Down. Now, Tell Me, Exactly Where Is Larry's Bar?" Husband Throwing Darts at His Wife’s Photo and Not Even a Single One Hitting the Target... From Another Room Wife Called The Husband: “Honey What Are You Doing?? Husband: “MISSING YOU”... A womens other side Every Wife is a "Mistress" for her Husband: "Miss" for one hour & "Stress" for the other 23 hours!

There are 2 times when a Man doesn't understand a Woman: Before Marriage and After Marriage. My Husband And I Divorced Over Religious Differences: He Thought He Was God, and I Didn't. Why Were Hurricanes Usually Named After Women? Because When They Arrive, They're wet and wild, But When They move in, They Take Your House And Car... Paperless Two Irish blokes are out hunting in the woods when Paddy says "I'm bursting for a shite but haven't got anything to wipe my arse on" Murphy says "Have you got a fiver?" "Yes" says Paddy "Well use that" so Paddy goes off for 5 minutes and comes back with shit all over his hands and clothes Murphy says "WHAT THE 'F' HAPPENED TO YOU !?" Paddy looks at him and replies "Have You Ever Tried To Wipe Your Arse With 4 Pound Coins and Two 50 Pence Pieces The Trusting Wife There comes a time when a woman just has

to trust her husband... for example...A wife comes home late at night and quietly opens the door to her bedroom. From under the blanket she sees four legs instead of two. She reaches for a baseball bat and starts hitting the blanket as hard as she can. Once she's done, she goes to the kitchen to have a drink. As she enters, she sees her husband there, reading a magazine. "Hi Darling", he says, "Your parents have come to visit us, so l let them stay in our bedroom. Did you say ‘hello’?” Aussie Wedding Night Aussie stockman and his wife had just got married and found a quiet hotel for their wedding night. The man approached the front desk and asked for a room. He said, 'We're on our honeymoon and we need a nice room, with a good strong bed." The clerk winked, 'You want the 'Bridal'?' The drover reflected on this for a moment and then replied, "Nah, I reckon not. I'll just hold onto her ears until she gets used to it."

Spring and summer are looming - now is the time to be getting ready for a hopefully better year than 2011, however, all the financial indicators are that 2012 may be even tougher. On the good news stakes people are going for it and starting new businesses all over the area….. that’s what we need a feeling of positivity and we at Heartfm want to do our bit to help get things going by reducing our rates to the lowest they have ever been. We have also brought back the” What’s on Your Business Card” feature - 2 read outs per day for just 10euros per week …….. cheaper than walking around wearing a sandwich board!!! Tommy James and the Shondells are probably best known for their song Mony Mony (a huge 60’s hit) but Tommy was also responsible for writing and originally recording “I Think We’re Alone Now”, a hit for Tiffany as well as a number of other hit tracks. Tommy granted us an interview a couple of weeks ago live from his home in New York during which, he talked about a new book he has written called “Me the Mob and Music” ……yes you read that right the record company Tommy and the Shondells were signed to was Roulette which was owned by The Mafia as a front for their various businesses in New York. Tommy explained “ he had to wait till now to write the book as he had to out-live all of the Mafiosa involved”. The book has already been re-written for a stage show and a movie with new songs from the band I can’t wait to see that on the big screen. Another fascinating chat we had was with Author Claire Louise Voet who has had a couple of books published including Whittington Manor. Claire is currently in negotiations with a national UK Television Company with a view to bring the Novel to our screens. Please have a look on Claire’s website www, she’s a very talented writer. Have a good month and enjoy the new programmes now on Heartfm 96.1 and remember….. if you can’t get us on your radio find Heart on your computer - Lee

1.Captain Oates, 2. Yo-yo, 3. Michelangelo, 4. Threadneedle Street , 5. (Coffee), 6. Q, 7. 155 (one free ball, one black then full 147 break) 8. Vince Clarke, 9.Richard Coles, 10. Spider-man,

11. Stravinsky, 12. Graham Linehan &Arthur Matthews, 13. 1948, 14. Brian Hanrahan, 15. (EL NINO), 16. UK, 17.(Artichoke), 18. Vodka and orange juice , 19. ÂŁ500, 20. Horses

Codeword: 1=U, 2=K, 3=T, 4=D, 5=A, 6=Y, 7=I, 8=F,

9=H, 10=N, 11=Q, 12=M, 13=J, 14=G, 15=Z, 16=R, 17=X,

18=W, 19=E, 20=S, 21=L, 22=O, 23=P, 24=B, 25=V, 26=C,


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MARKETS DAYS Tuesday - Antequera, Fuengirola. Wednesday - Alhaurin de la Torre, Arroyo de la Miel, Rincon de la Victoria, Saydo Hotel Mollina, La Cala de Mijas. Thursday - Alhaurin el Grande at the Feria, Pizarra, Torremolinos at Recinto Ferial Ground. Friday - Arroyo de la Miel, Cartama Country Farmers Market, Cartama Feria Ground, Mijas Costa, Rincon de la Victoria. Saturday - Coin, Fuengirola, La Cala de Mijas, Ojen, Caratracca Car Boot. Sunday - Benagalbon, Coin La Trocha, Estacion de Cartama, Fuengirola, Malaga next to the Stadium, Pizarra Car Boot, Torremolinos by Crocodile Park.

The Sentinellamalaga Issue 60 March 2012  
The Sentinellamalaga Issue 60 March 2012  

The coasts No 1 A5 magazine. The little mag that fits in your bag. The Sentinella Malaga is a free publication in Spain, Malaga province, se...