1 13 August 2015 Volume XXI Number 33 NEWS New items found in search for missing teens Life vests, throw cushion found during private search New items have been recovered during the search for two missing teen boaters. A family spokesperson says two life vests a white throw cushion have been found as the private search continues for 14-year-olds Austin Stephanos Perry Cohen. Those items are similar to those on the 19- foot boat. The items were found as canines searched using clothing belonging to the teens. The private search spans from Jupiter to Wilmington, North Carolina, but recent finds have the search focusing on the Georgia coastline from Brunswick to Savannah. Additional life vests, a white YETI Tundra 35 quart cooler, a Yamaha engine cover, a translucent tackle box a pair of white Royal br fishing boots are still missing. The two teenagers disappeared July 24 during a fishing trip. Their boat was found capsized near Daytona Beach two days later. Woman caught stealing pants from Walmart A Coconut Creek woman on probation for gr theft was arrested last month after she was caught stealing pants from a Walmart in Margate, police Lepinski Margate police said Rachel Lepinski, 35, tried to conceal three pairs of pants in a green duffel bag July 25 in Walmart s infant department. According to the police affidavit, Lepinski purchased a beverage then left the store without paying for the pants in the duffel bag. She was detained until police arrived. Police said they found two pairs of men s Wrangler jeans one pair of George dress pants, worth about $70. It was later discovered that Lepinski was on felony probation for gr theft. Lepinski faces probation violation charges in addition to the theft charge. NOAA releases new hurricane outlook NOAA has just released its midseason update for the Atlantic Hurricane Season. The highlights include a higher forecasters confidence in a below average tropical season, with a slight modification to lower the expected number of storms. The new outlook for the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season calls for 6-10 named storms, 1-4 hurricanes, 0-1 to become a major hurricane. This new outlook includes the already 3 named storms that have formed so far, Ana, Bill, Claudette. The main reason for the lowered forecast is the continued strong effects of El Nino. El Nino is warmer than average sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, which creates higher wind shear in the Caribbean western Atlantic. Higher shear inhibits tropical systems. The other 2 reasons for the outlook, cooler than normal sea surface temperatures, strong sinking air in the Atlantic region. Buzz Aldrin new prof at FIT The second person to walk on the moon, former astronaut Buzz Aldrin, will become a professor at Florida Institute of Technology. CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Serving Broward Palm Beach Counties & Press Release INTERNET ADDRESSES Escaped prisoner since 1981 captured in Pompano Beach A man 33 years on the run office. living in South Florida is finally behind bars. sure Jackson was indeed Austin, they Finally, when investigators were The U.S. Marshals arrested Willie approached questioned him. Austin Thursday in Broward County Mr. Austin maintained that he was after watching him for weeks. really Larry Jackson said, Hey, They said Austin is an armed robber who escaped from a Georgia prison Larry Jackson, I ve never been arrested. My name is in They said, Look, we know you re Austin was reportedly living as that guy named Willie Austin who Larry Jackson in a condo in Lauderdale Lakes. He owned J.C. Office And at that point in time he said, escaped from a prison in Georgia. Furniture in Pompano Beach. Okay, you got me. Ever-improving technology helped Golden says Austin was able to cold-case investigators in Atlanta spot stay under the radar for more than the 60-year-old armed robber by comparing his 1977 mugshot to a database trouble. He was never arrested again three decades because he stayed out of of Florida driver s license pictures. in the 33 years since he escaped. They came across a driver s license photo that looked like Willie the 60-year-old armed robber by com- is live a productive life, Golden Austin That s the one thing he did right, Austin, 30 years older, explained paring his 1977 mug shot to a database Austin was released from prison on Barry Golden at the U.S. Marshals of Florida driver s license pictures. a Christmas pass in 1981 never office in Miami. They believed that Investigators in Georgia let the fugitive task force in Miami know last He had already served five years of returned. this is gonna be the guy that assumed a new identity. month, prompting them to start surveillance. They watched the man s He stays at the Broward County jail a 15-year sentence. Ever-improving technology helped cold-case investigators in Atlanta spot comings goings at his home until Georgia extradites him. 2 saved in rollover crash Two people were extricated after they were involved in a rollover crash, Broward Sheriff s Fire Rescue officials It happened Friday evening in the westbound lanes of Sample Road near Interstate 95 in Deerfield Beach. The conditions of the two crash victims who were extricated were not given. Sample Road was shut down in both directions, officials Florida to spend $700,000 to settle public records lawsuits Florida Gov. Rick Scott the state of Florida this week agreed to pay $700,000 to settle several lawsuits that contended that the Republican governor other state officials flouted the state s public records law. It is believed to be one of the larger payments ever approved in an open government case in Florida history, but the settlement means that Scott can avoid having a judge rule that his administration broke the law. The agreement also ends a related lawsuit against Attorney General Pam Bondi. The settlement will end a long-running dispute between Scott a Tallahassee attorney a persistent critic of the governor. The battle started initially over a tract of l near the governor s mansion the state wanted to acquire, but it broadened into several lawsuits filed by Steven Andrews Sheriff s Deputy arrested for enticing minor A 22-year-old sheriffs department deputy with ties to Deerfield Beach is facing federal charges of trying to entice a 15-year-old juvenile from Davie to have sex. According to a criminal complaint, this happened during a series of graphic messages online on Snap Chat Kik. Bondi has been fired by Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco. Matthew Aaron Bondi was being held pending a federal detention hearing on Friday at the federal courthouse after a federal magistrate s hearing before Judge Lurana Snow. Snow read from a federal complaint that said that Bondi, who used to live with his parents in Deerfield Beach, used a facility for interstate commerce to persuade, entice someone under the age of 18 for sex. According to the complaint, Bondi engaged in a series of extremely graphic sexual messages with the 15- year-old victim. When his parents found out, the case was turned over to Davie Police. An undercover detective eventually started posing as the Scott that accused Scott, two state agencies Bondi of ignoring public records requests. Scott lost a bid to block Andrews from trying to get information about private accounts. Then late last year Scott turned over nearly 200 pages of s that showed he had used a private account to discuss state business. Andrews was allowed to cite the s as evidence against the governor. Jackie Schutz, a spokeswoman for Scott, acknowledged the settlement Friday said it was the right thing to do for the state. Whitney Ray, a spokesman for Bondi, said the attorney general agreed to settle their lawsuit to avoid litigation costs. juvenile started exchanging messages with Bondi. The Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force the F.B.I. were also involved. According to the complaint, the undercover detective told Bondi several times that he was 15-years old Bondi Bondi said he wanted to go to a hotel to have sex. When he was arrested, the complaint said Bondi said he screwed up. Bondi was brought to court in shackles. He told Judge Snow that he needed a federal Public Defender. He said he owned no real estate had bills was paid $3,000 a month as a deputy a salary that he lost when he was fired. Bondi said he had $2,000 in the bank. Bondi s mother father attended the hearing. They had no comment about the charges against their son. According to the complaint Bondi Andrews, who has refused to comment on settlement discussions, will get paid $700,000 by taxpayers. The money will come from Scott s office as well as from Bondi s office two other state agencies. Schutz said that the payment will come from existing budgets won t require legislative approval. The settlement amount, however, doesn t cover all the costs surrounding the litigation. State records show that the governor s office has also spent nearly $100,000 to hire outside lawyers to defend the governor former top aides. Barbara Petersen, president of the First Amendment Foundation, questioned why the administration would settle the case if Scott had broken the law. She said it was one of highest awards she had seen in an open government case. The settlement was signed this past Wednesday. That s the same day that Scott members of the Cabinet agreed to settle the l dispute with Andrews that sparked the public records lawsuits. Under that deal, Andrews will be allowed to purchase l near the governor s mansion about a mile north of the state Capitol. The Scott administration wanted the l as part of a plan to turn the adjacent historic home of former Gov. LeRoy Collins into a museum. Records showed that Scott administration officials at one point discussed redeveloping the entire area into a mansion park that would be part of Scott s legacy. Andrews contended that state officials were not interested in the property until Scott found out that he was purchasing the l, which also includes his law offices. The state insisted it had the rights to acquire the l even though Andrews was already trying to buy the property. As part of that lawsuit, Andrews sought to obtain information about private accounts set up by Scott top aides. The acrimony between Scott Andrews dates to the 2010 governor s race. Right before the Republican primary Andrews sued for release of a deposition Scott gave for a lawsuit against one of his businesses. He once called Scott the corporate spawn of Satan. traveled to Davie where the victim lives. Judge Snow said the charges involve the messages between Bondi the victim the undercover detective that occurred between June 5 August 4th. Sheriff Nocco was outspoken about the decision to fire Bondi, who just turned 22-years old was on a probation with his department because he had been a deputy for just 9 months. There was no question we had to take swift action to make sure he was no longer associated with the Pasco County Sheriffs Department, said Nocco. For our citizens, we have to be held accountable there is a perception sometimes in the public that is not so that is not true, he Our people are angry about this. He disgraced the uniform he disgraced our team. Nocco said his department did a thorough background check before hiring Bondi. He said anyone in the public who has had some unusual contacts or problems with Bondi should call his department. Thieves committing dozens of smash-&- grabs across Broward Since May, the Broward Sheriff s Office says a pair of smash--grab thieves have targeted nearly three dozen businesses throughout Broward left a trail of broken doors, stolen cash registers surveillance video behind. The Broward Sheriff s Office says the crooks strike between midnight 10 a.m., smashing their way in through the front door of a business trying to get their hs on some cash. One of the businesses they hit was Wings Plus on Prospect Road in Oakl Park. In the early morning of Sunday, July 26th, the Broward Sheriff s Office says surveillance video shows a guy grab a brick, look around then hurl the brick through the front door of this business. The would-be thief tries to grab the cash drawer, but there isn t one. The other register is locked. He leaves quickly, empty hed nearly without his brick. DJ Schiess is the manager at the restaurant. She said they don t keep money in the restaurant at night. She also said even though the thieves didn t take CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 The Sentry August 13, 2015 Page 1 USPS TO SUBSCRIBE: $52.50 per year including tax. Call 954- M-F 9-5 or Copyright 2015 Amendment One News, Inc. Victim files case against millionaire LHP developer School Psych facing kiddie porn charges Bianculli The allegations against developer Louis Bianculli read like a demon's resume. Inside his 10,000 square-foot Lighthouse Point mansion, police say he used chloroform or sleeping pills to knock out an underage girl over a span of five years, groped her, performed surgeries on her with syringes to make her skinnier or put objects inside her private parts. Investigators say Bianculli duct taped her to a table to restrain her, cut her with knifes even asphyxiated her to see how long she could survive. According to a search warrant, Bianculli is accused of telling the victim s mother in a recorded conversation, The fact that the (victim) was naked in my presence was wrong completely. The fact that I touched her in any capacity was totally wrong.everything I did was wrong. The search warrant also reveals that Since arrest, several leads were generated leading to multiple victims of this extreme sadomasochistic behavior, sexual conduct by Louis Bianculli over the course of many years prior to 2005, some of whom are believed to be minors at the time of their occurrence. One victim told police she was 16 when Bianculli started abusing her for a decade that the use of chloroform continued for nearly every sexual encounter. The victim said Bianculli utilized restraints he videotaped her while she was naked believes the video was taken while Bianculli engaged in sexual acts with her. The warrant says police recovered more than 100 videotapes from Bianculli s home that this box of VHS tapes may contain recordings of Louis Bianculli engaging in extreme sexual conduct, sadomasochistic activity or other lewd lascivious behavior with minors /or adults. Herbert Cohen is Bianculli s defense attorney. He says the victim s mother knew about the abuse for more than year before going to Lighthouse Point police this past May. Her mother was informed of these in Feb 2014 did nothing for 15 or 16 months, Cohen Cohen says the victim s mother might have been after some of Bianculli s millions. Court records show that Bianculli has a net worth of $29 million. Cohen alleges that the victim does not remember the abuse had to be coaxed into remembering what occurred. Cohen says in a case like this one he believes there would be more evidence of abuse. If there s an allegation of knife used, knife cuts, syringes injections why wasn t she taken to a doctor? he wondered. Why weren t these photographed? Why wasn t she examined? Why wasn t she taken to the sexual assault treatment center? As for those VHS tapes, Bianculli s lawyer says his client has a movie theater in his home suspects there are movies on those tapes. These criminal charges that have Bianculli locked up without bond are not the only legal trouble he faces. The victim in this case recently filed a civil lawsuit against him. The victim alleges trauma at Bianculli s hs, according to one of the court documents, told a therapist of Bianculli, He s the devil I m in Hell. Pitcock A school psychologist got caught with child porn on his computer, according to Broward Sheriff s Office Deputies. Authorities arrested Richard Pitcock, 51, on Tuesday evening after investigators searched his room said they found at least 25 images of child pornography in his computer. Pitcock, who lives in Ashl City, Tennessee, is visiting Hollywood was staying at the St. Maurice Inn located at 314 Michigan Street at the time of his arrest. Deputies said the arrest came after an investigation that someone was sharing or advertising child pornography images through the internet at various hotels motels. The judge said Pitcock gave an impromptu confession when he found cops in his hotel room. You immediately asked where your two computers were pointed to the bedside table, said Broward Judge John Hurley. Detectives said the images on the computer depicted children involved in sexual activity or in sexually explicit poses. They said they confiscated more storage devices. Pitcock works at the Cheatham County School District in Tennessee. His bosses spoke about he incident. It s a devastating thing to st before the media to talk about things that can harm children I think what we re trying to do, all of us in the education circle, is to protect our children, said Dr. Stan Curtis, Director of Schools For Cheatham County. School district officials also released the following statement about his arrest, The Cheatham County School District s top priority is the safety well-being of its students. We take allegations of illegal activity very seriously, we are taking the appropriate steps to ensure our students are protected. We will be cooperating with law enforcement throughout the investigation. In South Florida Tennessee Police said they will pursue the obvious. Our concern as always is that because he has regular contact with children through his job as a school psychologist, we would be worried that there might have been some inappropriate activity, said BSO officer Dani Moschella.
2 Page 2 The Sentry August 13, 2015 NEWS... CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Anthony Catanese, the university s president, announced Thursday that Aldrin, who walked on the moon in 1969, will be a research professor of aeronautics. Catanese also announced that the school is planning to establish the Buzz Aldrin Institute. Florida Institute of Technology, located in Melbourne, has five academic divisions with emphases on science, technology, engineering, mathematics. Inspectors find violations at 4 Planned Parenthood clinics Florida officials say three of the 16 Planned Parenthood facilities inspected last week were performing procedures beyond their licensing authority, one facility was not keeping proper logs relating to fetal remains. The Agency for Health Care Administration released its report Wednesday. It says clinics in St. Petersburg, Fort Myers Naples were performing second-trimester abortions when they were only licensed to perform first-trimester abortions. The report also found that a Pembroke Pines clinic was not following its own procedures for the labeling dating of the disposal of fetal remains. Gov. Rick Scott ordered the inspections last week. He said he was troubled by recent videos describing the organization s procedures for providing tissue from aborted fetuses for research. Planned Parenthood didn t immediately respond Wednesday to a request for comment. Fundraising halted for missing teens fishermen The families of two Florida boys who went missing at sea say they re continuing their search but have stopped collecting donations. More than $480,000 in online contributions flowed in to help in efforts to continue looking for Perry Cohen Austin Stephanos, who went missing on a fishing trip July 24. In a statement Wednesday, their families said they re committed to continuing the search but no longer need additional donations. Volunteers continue scouring waters off Georgia the Carolinas for the boys by helicopter, plane boat. The Coast Guard spent a full week looking for the 14-year-olds from Tequesta, but ended their search on Friday. Surgeon accused of mutilating man s penis A South Florida patient says his penis was deformed by a former Boynton Beach surgeon who did not have a license to operate. Multiple media outlets report that 60-year-old Mark D. Schreiber of Tamarac was arrested Friday on a charge of unlicensed practice of health care, causing serious injury. Hialeah police say the unidentified patient paid Schreiber in February to remove a material that had been injected into his organ to make it longer thicker. Authorities say the man who performed the initial procedures, 48-yearold Nery C. Gonzalez, is wanted on the same charge. The patient says his penis is now severely deformed is unable to function sexually. Schreiber was given a two-year sentence in 2008 on similar charges of unlicensed practicing. It is unclear if he has an attorney. Fight over Lee s portrait in Lee County dropped A southwest Florida NAACP chapter is once again urging Lee County officials to remove, replace or alter a portrait of Gen. Robert E. Lee hanging in the commission chambers. Lee County NAACP President James Muwakkil said during a commission meeting today that the portrait represents treason against the United States. Lee County is named after Lee, who commed the Confederate army during the Civil War. Muwakkil called the portrait of Lee in his Confederate uniform a hateful symbol. Muwakkil said he wouldn t be opposed to a portrait of Lee in different clothing. Commission Chairman Brian Hamman said he doesn t think any of the commissioners are interested in removing the portrait, which has been hanging for more than 80 years. Hamman said a portrait of Lee in different clothing ultimately wouldn t make anyone happy. Investigation into Delray Beach ethics violations Delray Beach activist Prince Arafat had a strong reaction to an investigation into ethics violations involving city employees. It s appalling, he The just-released report says the spouses of a Delray Beach police officer, paramedic, EMS billing supervisor, HR administrator all had contracts to do business with the city three paramedics actually own businesses the city contracts with. The report says each scenario is a violation because the employees had a financial interest in it, though the employees said they never realized it was an issue. Ignorance of the law is no excuse, said Arafat. They should ve known, they should ve known the laws policies that govern city workers. The report also holds responsible the city s purchasing manager. In it, Patsy Nadal, admitted to not retaining vendor applications. The report said she knew it was her responsibility to manage vendors but she felt she was not adequately staffed to read all policies regarding purchasing. And she did not think she was responsible for ensuring vendors met all city requirements. Delray Beach s new city manager called it all a systemic break in purchasing policy lack of oversight at all levels. Meantime, people like Arafat believe the city will make it right. We have a lot of good leaders in Delray Beach, the mayor, city council, workers, we got people who really love the city, he Ten employees have been disciplined so far, of them received a day suspension without pay. The state attorney is continuing its own investigation as is the PBC Office of Inspector General so more disciplinary action could be on the way. 2 charged with shooting at police substation A man woman are facing charges after authorities say they fired shots from a car at a Tampa Bay area police substation two nearby houses. Clearwater police say 22-year-old Blake Harris, a documented gang member, 18-year-old Moriah Carpenter were arrested Friday morning. Officers recovered a hgun at their Largo house. Officials believe the shooting was connected to recent threats made by a local gang against the department. Police say all three buildings were occupied Thursday night when the shooting occurred, but no injuries were reported. Harris was charged with three counts of shooting into an occupied structure, being a felon in possession of a firearm use of a firearm during the commission of a felony. Carpenter, who reportedly drove the car, was Carpenter Harris charged with three counts of shooting into an occupied structure. Jail records didn t list attorneys. CG seizes $181 Million in cocaine The U.S. Coast Guard seized 12,000 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated $181 million when it intercepted a semisubmersible vessel in the eastern Pacific Ocean last month. The 40-foot long homemade vessel was spotted July 18 by a U.S. Navy aircraft, which called the crew of the Coast Guard cutter Stratton to a spot 200 miles south of Mexico, the military organization Four men were taken into custody the Coast Guard discovered 16,000 pounds of cocaine aboard. Six tons of cocaine were removed while two tons were left on the sub to help balance it as the Stratton tried to tow it to shore. But the homemade vessel took on water sank. It went down in 13,000 feet of water in international waters. The Coast Guard said the bust was the largest ever semi-submersible interdiction in its history it was the first time one of its ships had recovered two subs on one patrol. The California-based Stratton also seized 5,400 pounds of cocaine in June. 15-year-old drowns off Jupiter Inlet A 15-year-old boy has drowned off a Palm Beach County inlet. Authorities say Edwin Castañon struggled for more than an hour in the water off the Jupiter Inlet on Friday. A retired Jupiter police office jumped into the water tried to rescue the teen, but could not reach him in time. Palm Beach County Fire Rescue officials say Castañon may have been caught in the current pulled out into the inlet while swimming at DuBois Park. Authorities say the inlet has recently seen strong, swift moving currents. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. 2 arrested after wildlife officer shot, wounded Florida Panhle authorities say the two men responsible for shooting a wildlife officer during a violent struggle Friday also tried to repeatedly run him over with his patrol boat. The Bay County Sheriff s Office reports in a news release that Florida Fish Wildlife Conservation Commission Officer David Brady approached a sailboat after calls about a disturbance. When Brady asked to see identification, one of the two men onboard went into the cabin, returned with a hgun began firing at Brady. Authorities say the officer jumped into the water began firing back, hitting Samuel Wyndham Reager, 18, in the h. Reager Lachlan Fain Akins, 20, boarded the officer s patrol boat tried to run him over several times, according to a news release. The suspects allegedly stole the patrol boat but beached it a short time later in Panama City. Later that night, a homeowner said the two tried to break into his home. Akins fled on foot was later arrested. Reager ran upstairs was arrested. Authorities said they found a Glock hgun in the home believed to be the hgun used to shoot Brady. Brady suffered a gunshot wound to his side that was stopped by his ballistic vest, a gunshot wound to his upper shoulder. He was released from the hospital Friday evening. The sheriff s office did not say what charges the suspects might be facing. They said Reagar is also wanted on drug charges in Michigan. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement will also be working the attempted murder investigation along with the sheriff s office. Man found dead after stoff Authorities say a South Florida man set his house on fire killed himself during a police stoff. Miami police say officers responded to the man s home Friday morning after receiving reports that he was planning to harm himself. The officers reported a possible gunshot smoke coming from the home. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue the Miami-Dade Police Department s Special Response Team responded. SRT members found the man near the back of the house. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Firefighters extinguished the fire did not find anyone else in the building. 3 injured when car crashes into Applebee s Authorities say three women were injured when a car crashed through the outdoor dining area of a Tampa Bay area Applebee s Bar & Grill. Pinellas Park police report that 60- year-old Alvonia Morris was attempting to park in a hicap spot just in front of the patio Thursday afternoon. She told officers she was trying to put the car in park when it moved forward into the dining area. Two of the victims received minor injuries from being struck by the vehicle debris. The third victim suffered a broken ankle when she was partially pinned against a wall. Damage to the patio area included support beams, railings, several tables chairs the exterior wall of the building. Officers didn t detect any sign of impairment from Morris. She was cited with careless driving. Commercial Insurance Expert Witness William D. Knepper, BS, MBA, CPCU, Former CEO Experienced, Fast Response, Excellent References Call (850) or All Commercial Insurance Disputes Now Open 11:30
3 Health Mending a broken heart To mend a broken heart that is, to regenerate a damaged cardiac muscle it helps to know how hearts are built. How does one stem cell, which has no specific identity, develop into multiple cell types that organize into this beautiful three-dimensional structure? asks Laurie Boyer, associate professor in the MIT Department of Biology, who tackles that problem by investigating regulatory elements that switch genes on off at the right time place during development. Faulty regulation can lead to congenital heart defects, which are the greatest cause of infant morbidity mortality. Heart cells must be super-strong to withst continuous pumping throughout life, she says. Yet they stop dividing shortly after birth, losing the ability to repair or replace themselves if damaged by a heart attack. In contrast, skin or intestinal cells can continuously regenerate. Boyer began her career at a time when genome sequencing started to reveal that gene regulation was more complex than anticipated. She focused on learning how networks of genes are regulated during heart development, because by learning how these genes are turned on or off, she hoped to underst congenital heart disease. In a 2013 paper in Cell, she characterized a novel gene belonging to a poorly understood class of molecules called long non-coding RNAs (lncrnas). The gene, which she named Braveheart, helps specify which early cells will develop as heart cells. Braveheart was the first lncrna implicated in heart development, its discovery revealed an entirely new, previously unsuspected regulatory layer. In a series of papers from 2012 to 2015, she describes her investigations of these processes in mice. Cardiac cells in mice continue actively dividing during their first week of life, then stop after a discrete interval. During that interval, if the heart is injured, cardiac cells revert to a more immature state. They begin dividing again, those new cells mature into functional cardiac muscle cells. We realized we could exploit this short developmental window to identify the molecular roadblocks to regeneration. What changes in gene regulation happen in the injury response? Some of those changes involve regulatory elements called enhancers: short DNA sequences that bind to transcription factors (which are proteins that actually turn genes on off) that act very specifically in different tissues at discrete developmental stages. Now we are asking: How can we turn back the developmental clock for mature cardiac cells? We d like to manipulate the gene regulatory circuitry so we can reprogram human cardiac cells to repair themselves after injury. She is focused on transcription factors because as proteins, they are easier to target. Preliminary results point to factors not previously known to play a role in heart development disease. Boyer is excited to gain new knowledge about the heart, especially if it might one day help develop cures for heart defects disease. She had no idea where her interest in stem cell development would lead. Success is different for everyone, she advises young scientists, its measure for me is how I overcome obstacles to follow my passion. Firms underinvest in long-term cancer research Pharmaceutical firms underinvest in long-term research to develop new cancer-fighting drugs due to the greater time cost required to conduct such research, according to a newly published study co-authored by MIT economists. Specifically, drugs to treat latestage cancers are less costly to develop than drugs for earlierstage cancers, partly because the latestage drugs extend people s lives for shorter durations of time. This means that the clinical trials for such drugs get wrapped up more quickly, too provide drug manufacturers more time to control patented drugs in the marketplace. There is a pattern where we get more investment in drugs that take a short time to complete, less investment in drugs that take a longer time to complete, says MIT economist Heidi Williams, co-author of a new paper in the American Economic Review that details the findings of the study. The social cost is significant: The researchers estimate that the lack of investment in longer-term drugs resulted in a loss of 890,000 life-years among people diagnosed with cancer in the year 2003 alone. The paper also suggests three policy adjustments that might produce more longterm research on anti-cancer drugs. The finding doesn t mean that the private firms are doing anything wrong, Williams adds, given the incentives they face. However, she observes, The public sector is more willing to invest in these long-term projects than is the private sector, suggesting that new policies could produce more types of drugs for patients. The paper is co-authored by Williams, who is the Class of 1957 Career Development Assistant Professor in MIT s Department of Economics; Eric Budish, an economist at the University of Chicago s Booth School of Business; Benjamin Roin, an assistant professor at the MIT Sloan Superbug infections will increase in US Infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria are projected to increase in the United States if no action is taken soon, but a national effort could prevent more than half a million infections in five years, a new study finds. In 2011, there were 310,000 cases of infection in the United States from four types of nasty bacteria that are usually acquired in hospitals: carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa, invasive methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Clostridium difficile. (Infections with C. difficile, which can cause severe diarrhea, are not usually resistant to antibiotics, but people who take antibiotics are more prone to these infections.) In five years, the number of infections is estimated to increase 10 percent, to 340,000 per year, according to the study, from the Centers for Disease Control Prevention. However, if health professionals take immediate action to better prevent the spread of these diseases, use antibiotics more judiciously, more than 600,000 infections 37,000 deaths could be prevented in five years, the study found. What's more, coordinating efforts between hospitals would be even more effective than individual hospitals working by themselves, the study showed. For example, when a patient with an antibiotic-resistant infection is transferred from one hospital to another, workers should notify the new hospital about the bacteria. "Antibiotic-resistant infections in health care settings are a growing threat in the United States, killing thouss thouss of people each year, Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the CDC, said in a statement. "We can dramatically reduce these infections" by improving antibiotic use infection control, he In the study, the researchers looked at what would happen if a person with a CRE infection was treated within a network of 10 hospitals that were sharing patients. School of Management. Budish, Roin, Williams suggest three new policy approaches that could, they think, spark the development of a greater number of long-term cancer drugs. The first is continued use of surrogate endpoints or at least, initially, more research to find out if wider use of surrogate endpoints for additional cancers is valid. A second possible policy change is more public funding of research development for anti-cancer drugs, since such funding is free of shortterm, private-sector shareholder pressure to produce returns. There are only six cancer drugs in existence that are preventative in nature all six have been developed because of public funding, or relied on surrogate endpoints. These first two points, are related, Williams emphasizes, noting, No individual private firm wants to come in provide all of the evidence that you need to validate a surrogate endpoint, because once one is validated, that s going to be used by all of the firms on the market. A third potential new policy, suggest the researchers, would be changing the terms of drug patents, which typically run from the time of patent filing, to run from the time when the drug hits the market. That said, the FDA can currently grant exemptions that lengthen drug patents to account for the time R&D takes. Roin, an expert in patent law biomedical innovation, says future congressional changes to this policy are extremely realistic, although it would take time. Persuasive important Other scholars who have read the paper say it makes a significant contribution in the economics of medical innovation. It's a persuasive important paper, says David Ridley, a health economist at Duke University s Fuqua School of Business. The researchers, he thinks, have carefully demonstrated how these incentives drive drug discovery. They were able to explain why some types of cancer receive more attention than others. The results are relevant beyond cancer, though. Consider hormone therapies: Before approving these hormone therapies, the FDA wants years of data to demonstrate that they are safe in long-term use. But years of data are expensive because of the time value of money, because the patent clock is ticking. In the larger picture, Ridley adds, It s worthwhile to ask whether a onesize-fits-all patent policy is optimal. Williams emphasizes that, as economists, she her colleagues are only advocating the use of surrogate endpoints where they have been accepted by the consensus within mainstream medicine. As it happens, surrogate endpoints have been validated used regarding heart disease through the Framingham Heart Study, a major, multidecade project, although their incorporation into cancer research has been more gradual. We re not attempting to be doctors, Williams says. If the hospitals maintained their current efforts to prevent infection, 2,000 patients would subsequently become infected with CRE over five years, the researchers found. If the hospitals increased their efforts to prevent the bacteria from spreading, but acted alone, 1,500 patients would get CRE. But if the hospitals worked together, just 400 patients would get CRE, meaning that the coordinated effort would reduce CRE infections by 81 percent, compared with the status quo, the researchers So far, "independent, institutionbased efforts to prevent transmission have been inadequate," the researchers wrote in the studynow, coordinated efforts are needed. Patients can also help stop the spread of infections by telling their doctor if they were hospitalized somewhere else with an infection, washing their hs often, asking their health care providers to wash their hs before beginning care, said Dr. Michael Bell, deputy director of the CDC s Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion. The Florida Sentry Low Cost Legal Ads Serving the 15th 17th Judicial Circuit of Florida The Sentry August 13, 2015 Page 3 Technology allows patients, caregivers to manage care with less stress There's no substitute for good communication when it comes to managing chronic health problems like heart failure, diabetes or asthma. For people who play a key role in the care of chronically ill friends or family members, targeted information provided on a systemized basis can help relieve the stress burden of caregiving improve outcomes for patients, research from the University of Michigan shows. An increasing number of older adults who live with serious chronic health problems are unmarried live alone. Even when spouses are present, husbs or wives often struggle with their own health challenges competing dems on their time. As a result, people with chronic diseases such as heart failure often need support from family or friends who are not living under the same roof. The U-M School of Public Health Medical School, the Ann Arbor Department of Veterans Affairs, collaborated on a trial to offer mobile health support for patients with heart failure their informal caregivers. Their goal was twofold: to see if structured support from the program informal caregivers could improve patients' self-care health status, to determine if systematized feedback to caregivers could alleviate their burden help them avoid burnout mental health concerns. "Patients need help to take their medications as prescribed, adhere to dietary changes get to follow up appointments. Yet many patients fail to meet these self-care goals," said John Piette, professor in the U-M schools of Public Health Medicine, director of the Center for Managing Chronic Disease senior research scientist in the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System. Caregivers whether a spouse, family member or friend can help patients follow their self-management plans. Yet, often the burden of taking care of another person impacts the health well-being of the one providing this support. As a consequence, many caregivers report emotional strain, depression increased rates of chronic disease themselves. Investigators recruited 369 heart failure patients from the Veterans Health Care System helped them identify an informal caregiver. Patients were placed in two groups. In one, patients received self-care monitoring education via weekly automated calls with feedback about urgent health problems reported to their clinical team. In the other group, patients received identical services but with feedback about their status suggestions for how to help sent automatically to their family caregiver. "We're working to create solutions that don't depend on doctors nurses doing more," Piette "A lot of family caregivers are worried that they don't have the expertise to be more effective in helping their loved one. We want to help them, while decreasing their stress depression. In modern America where social networks are increasingly spread out geographically, we need to find new ways to bridge these gaps." Results on the intervention's impact on patient self-care behaviors outcomes were reported separately earlier this year in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. In that article, the researchers found: Patients reported better medication adherence: 9 percent more at six months nearly 14 percent more at 12 months for those in the mhealth+cp program. The also experienced fewer breathing problems: a 4 percent reduction at six months, 11 percent at 12 months. Patients experienced more stable weight: a 44 percent relative improvement when considering the expected rate of weight gain when compared with the group that didn't have informal caregivers. Fewer patients in the trial group reported negative emotions during interactions with their caregivers. How language gives your brain a break In dozens of languages, words that work together stay together. Here s a quick task: Take a look at the sentences below decide which is the most effective. (1) John threw out the old trash sitting in the kitchen. (2) John threw the old trash sitting in the kitchen out. Either sentence is grammatically acceptable, but you probably found the first one to be more natural. Why? Perhaps because of the placement of the word out, which seems to fit better in the middle of this word sequence than the end. In technical terms, the first sentence has a shorter dependency length a shorter total distance, in words, between the crucial elements of a sentence. Now a new study of 37 languages by three MIT researchers has shown that most languages move toward dependency length minimization (DLM) in practice. That means language users have a global preference for more locally grouped dependent words, whenever possible. People want words that are related to each other in a sentence to be close together, says Richard Futrell, a PhD student in the Department of Brain Cognitive Sciences at MIT, a lead author of a new paper detailing the results. There is this idea that the distance between grammatically related words in a sentence should be short, as a principle. The paper suggests people modify language in this way because it makes things simpler for our minds as speakers, listeners, readers. When I m talking to you, you re trying to underst what I m saying, you have to parse it, figure out which words are related to each other, Futrell observes. If there is a large amount of time between one word another related word, that means you have to Pets pick up on cues to comfort the dying, the grieving For those who are dying, it's clear why all dogs go to heaven. They provide comfort not just in death, but in other difficult times, whether it's depression, job loss or a move across country. Dogs know when people are dying or grieving through body language cues, smells only they can detect other ways not yet known, experts say. As a hospice veterinarian, Jessica Vogelsang knows how much "being there" can mean to struggling people or pets. She's director of Paws Into Grace in Southern California, a group of vets who provide end-of-life care euthanasia for pets at home. The San Diego vet finished her first book, "All Dogs Go to Kevin: Everything Three Dogs Taught Me (That I Didn't Learn in Veterinary School)," just before learning her mom, Patricia Marzec, had an inoperable brain tumor. The title of the memoir published last month refers to what Vogelsang's toddler heard when he was told all dogs go to heaven. Her parents moved in so Marzec could enjoy her last months with family, Vogelsang's golden retriever, Brody, picked up on the changes. He always jumped on her parents but stopped when they arrived in April. "He knew Mom was sick. He was with her 24-7," Vogelsang "He was trying not to be too obvious, but Dad was on one side he was on the other." Brody would lay by Marzec's feet or rest his head on her lap when he sensed she was sad. He wedged in next to her when hospice workers came by, ignoring her shaking h as she patted his head, Vogelsang "He is still my dog, but he knew when they came they needed him more than I did," she Some rest homes hospices that have live-in dogs to comfort patients even use a dog's behavior such as who the animal chooses to sleep with as a sign to tell relatives to come. hold one of those words in memory, that can be hard to do. While the existence of DLM had previously been posited identified in a couple of languages, this is the largest study of its kind to date. And the researchers also discovered that head-final languages such as Japanese, Korean, Turkish, where the head word comes last, show less length minimization than is typical. This could be because these languages have extensive case-markings, which denote the function of a word (whether a noun is the subject, the direct object, so on). The case markings would thus compensate for the potential confusion of the larger dependency lengths. It s possible, in languages where it s really obvious from the case marking where the word fits into the sentence, that might mean it s less important to keep the dependencies local, Futrell says. Other scholars who have done research on this topic say the study provides valuable new information. It s interesting exciting work, says David Temperley, a professor at the University of Rochester, who along with his Rochester colleague Daniel Gildea has co-authored a study comparing dependency length in English German. We wondered how general this phenomenon would turn out to be. Futrell, Gibson, Mahowald readily note that the study leaves larger questions open: Does the DLM tendency occur primarily to help the production of language, its reception, a more strictly cognitive function, or all of the above? It could be for the speaker, the listener, or both, Gibson says. It s very difficult to separate those.
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Consider this: If you were to purchase an item today for $100, that same item, in 25 years, would cost you $209, assuming an annual inflation rate of 3%. That s a pretty big difference. During your working years, you can hope that your income will at least rise enough to match inflation. But what about when you retire? How can you minimize the impact of inflation on your retirement income? One thing you can certainly do is include an inflation assumption in your calculations of how much annual income you ll need. The number you choose as an inflation factor could possibly be based on recent inflation levels, but you might want to err on the conservative side use a slightly higher figure. Since you may be retired for two or three decades, you might have to periodically adjust the inflation factor to correspond to the actual inflation rate. Another important step is maintaining an investment portfolio that can potentially provide returns well above the inflation rate. Historically, stocks have been the only investment category as opposed to investments such as Treasury bills long-term government bonds whose returns have significantly outpaced inflation. So you may want to consider owning an appropriate percentage of stocks stock-based investments in your portfolio, even during your retirement years. Now, you might be concerned at the mention of the words stocks retirement years in the same sentence. After all, stocks will fluctuate in value, sometimes dramatically, even though you may be retired for a long time, you won t want to wait for years to bounce back from a bad year in the market. But not all investments move in the same direction at the same time; spreading your dollars among a range of asset classes large stocks, small mid-cap stocks, bonds,, certificates of deposit (CDs), foreign investments so on may help you reduce the impact of volatility on your portfolio. And you don t even have to rely solely on stocks to help combat inflation. You could also consider Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, or TIPS. When you purchase a TIPS, your principal increases with inflation decreases with deflation, as measured by the Consumer Price Index. Your TIPS pay interest twice a year, at a fixed rate; this rate is applied to the adjusted principal, so your interest payments will rise with inflation fall with deflation. When your TIPS matures, you will receive adjusted principal or original principal, whichever is greater. As is the case with other bonds, though, you could choose to sell your TIPS before it matures.* Work with your financial advisor to help decide what moves are right for you to help protect your retirement income from inflation. It may be a hidden threat, but you don t want to ignore it. * Yield to maturity cannot be predetermined, due to uncertain future inflation adjustments. If TIPS are sold prior to maturity, you may receive less than your initial investment amount. If bonds are not held in a tax-advantaged account, investors will be required to pay federal taxes on the accredited value annually, although they will not receive any principal payment until maturity. When the inflation rate is high the principal value is rising significantly, the taxes paid on TIPS may exceed interest income received. Therefore, TIPS may not be suitable for investors who depend on their investments for living expenses. This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. Best smartphones for seniors As your eyesight, hearing, or dexterity declines with age, using a smartphone could become a bit more difficult. You might, for instance, find yourself squinting at tiny buttons or struggling with confusing options when you're making a call, taking a photo, sending an or text, surfing the Web, or using any other feature or app. But you don't have to switch to one of those clunky-looking large-buttoned phones. Many phones have easy-to-use settings to accommodate your needs, making them the best smartphones for seniors others whose eyesight, hearing, or dexterity isn't as sharp as it used to be. Two of the best smartphones for seniors are the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 the Apple iphone 6 Plus. Both have a large, high-definition display ( inches, respectively) that is easy to read, even in bright light. They also have great cameras long-lasting batteries. The Easy Mode on the Note 4 is a quick way to automatically boost the size of app icons, the numbers on the phone or dial keypad, fonts in apps such as messaging contacts. Easy Mode pares down to the essentials the features within critical apps camera, messaging, phone. With the camera, for example, it eliminates the manual controls for adjusting white balance ISO settings while keeping the flash mode HDR options. Swiping the home screen to the right produces a listing of your 12 most important contacts. To activate Easy Mode, go to the Note 4 s main Settings menu. To restore the features you eliminated, simply revert back to the stard mode. You can also make additional adjustments in Settings. "Failed Stars" host powerful auroral displays Caltech astronomers say brown dwarfs behave more like planets than stars. Brown dwarfs are relatively cool, dim objects that are difficult to detect hard to classify. They are too massive to be planets, yet possess some planetlike characteristics; they are too small to sustain hydrogen fusion reactions at their cores, a defining characteristic of stars, yet they have starlike attributes. By observing a brown dwarf 20 light-years away using both radio optical telescopes, a team led by Gregg Hallinan, assistant professor of astronomy at Caltech, has found another feature that makes these so-called failed stars more like supersized planets they host powerful auroras near their magnetic poles. "We're finding that brown dwarfs are not like small stars in terms of their magnetic activity; they're like giant planets with hugely powerful auroras," says Hallinan. "If you were able to st on the surface of the brown dwarf we observed something you could never do because of its extremely hot temperatures crushing surface gravity you would sometimes be treated to a fantastic light show courtesy of auroras hundreds of thouss of times more powerful than any detected in our solar system." In the early 2000s, astronomers began finding that brown dwarfs emit radio waves. At first, everyone assumed that the brown dwarfs were creating the radio waves in basically the same way that stars do through the action of an extremely hot atmosphere, or corona, heated by magnetic activity near the object's surface. But brown dwarfs do not generate large flares charged-particle emissions in the way that our sun other stars do, so the radio emissions were surprising. other planets, albeit tens of thouss of times more intense," explains Hallinan. "We now know that this kind of auroral behavior is extending all the way from planets up to brown dwarfs." In the case of brown dwarfs, charged particles cannot be driven into their magnetosphere by a stellar wind, as Preparing for earthquakes with ShakeAlert A few seconds may not seem like long, but it is enough time to turn off a stove, open an elevator door, or take cover under a desk. And before an earthquake strikes, a few seconds of warning can save lives. The U.S. Geological Survey aims to provide those seconds of warning with ShakeAlert, an earthquake early-warning system now being tested on the west coast of the United States. On July 30, the USGS announced approximately $4 million in awards to Caltech, UC Berkeley, the University of Washington the University of Oregon, for the expansion improvement of the ShakeAlert system. "Caltech's role in ShakeAlert will focus on research development of the system so that future versions will be faster more reliable," says Thomas Heaton (PhD '78), professor of engineering seismology director of Caltech's Earthquake Engineering Research Laboratory. "We currently collect data from approximately 400 seismic stations throughout California. The USGS grant will allow Caltech to upgrade or install new stations in strategic locations that will significantly improve the performance of ShakeAlert." Earthquakes radiate two kinds of seismic waves: fast-moving often harmless P-waves, followed by S- waves, which can cause strong ground shaking. A system of seismometers called the California Integrated Seismic Network (CISN) acquires data streams literally at the speed of light uses several algorithms to quickly pinpoint the earthquake's epicenter determine its strength. ShakeAlert analyzes the first P-waves in the CISN data streams to send out digital alerts, providing the "early warning" to a region before the slower, destructive S-waves arrive. While predicting when where an earthquake will occur is impossible, this early-warning system can give necessary seconds of preparation. Current beta-test users receive these alerts as a pop-up on their computers, displaying a map of the affected region, the amount of time until shaking begins, the estimated magnitude of the quake, other data. In the future, alerts may be available through text messages phone apps. Though still technically in testing stages, ShakeAlert has already provided successful warnings. In August 2014, the system provided a nine-second warning to the city of San Francisco during a magnitude 6.0 earthquake in South Napa. In May, during a magnitude 3.8 quake in Los Angeles, an alert was issued before S- waves had even reached the earth's surface. "With this new USGS funding, we will be able to add 20 new sensors to CISN, making coverage more robust thus lengthening warning times," says Egill Hauksson, a research professor of geophysics a principal investigator along with Heaton on the ShakeAlert project. "Caltech its partners will be able to continue the high-quality seismological research that is such a necessary foundation for a reliable earthquake early-warning system. New Horizons data hint at underground ocean Ice flows water ice mountains spied by NASA spacecraft support the idea that an interior ocean may be driving geologic activity on Pluto. Pluto wears its heart on its sleeve, that has scientists gleaning intriguing new facts about its geology climate. Recent data from NASA s New Horizons probe which passed within 7,800 miles of the surface on July 14 have revealed striking features on Pluto's heartshaped region that indicate the icy dwarf planet may harbor an ocean deep in its interior, according to mission scientists during a July 24 press briefing. They also provided new information about Pluto's thin atmosphere. We are amazed to see Pluto as dynamic active as it is, said Richard Binzel, a New Horizons co-investigator professor in MIT s Department of Earth, Atmospheric, Planetary Sciences. The latest images of Tombaugh Regio the heart's official name in honor of Pluto's discoverer, Clyde Tombaugh show evidence of nitrogen ice similar to Earth s glaciers, which appear to flow around elevated isls at the heart s edges. Until now, scientists have only seen surfaces like this on active worlds such as Earth Saturn's moon Enceladus. No one dared imagine such a thick localized buildup of geologically young ices, that even at 40 kelvins [-388 degrees Fahrenheit], have enough viscosity to create local lforms, he All of the activity we see is consistent with the idea that Pluto has a massive rock core surrounded by an icy shell, said William McKinnon, a New Horizons co-investigator at Washington University in St. Louis. It increases the probability that there may still be an ocean underneath the thick layer of ice. The researchers emphasized they don t have any direct evidence for an interior liquid ocean, but t hings are looking good for Pluto. CAFE BRIE 2765 East Atlantic Blvd Pompano Beach Fl NOW OPEN there is no stellar wind to do so. Hallinan says that some other source, such as an orbiting planet moving through the brown dwarf's magnetosphere, may be generating a current producing the auroras. "But until we map the aurora accurately, we won't be able to say where it's coming from," he says. He notes that brown dwarfs offer a convenient stepping stone to studying exoplanets, planets orbiting stars other than our own sun. "For the coolest brown dwarfs we've discovered, their atmosphere is pretty similar to what we would expect for many exoplanets, you can actually look at a brown dwarf study its atmosphere without having a star nearby that's a factor of a million times brighter obscuring your observations," says Hallinan. Just as he has used measurements of radio waves to determine the strength of magnetic fields around brown dwarfs, he hopes to use the low-frequency radio observations of the newly built Owens Valley Long Wavelength Array to measure the magnetic fields of exoplanets. "That could be particularly interesting because whether or not a planet has a magnetic field may be an important factor in habitability," he says. "I'm trying to build a picture of magnetic field strength topology the role that magnetic fields play as we go from stars to brown dwarfs eventually right down into the planetary regime." As power grows, so does generosity The saying "power tends to corrupt, absolute power corrupts absolutely" is so pervasive it's taken as fact. Certainly there are plenty of examples of power abuse, but new research from University of Michigan professor Leigh Tost finds that those in power, in certain situations, actually show more generosity in their financial resource decisions. "This is part of a stream of research I'm working on that undermines the assumed association between power corruption," said Tost, assistant professor of management organizations at the Ross School of Business. "This popular perception is only part of the story. We also see people who hold their power with much more of a sense of social responsibility." Tost's study examines how this dynamic works. A series of experiments by Tost colleagues gave test subjects the ability to allocate resources, mostly money, between themselves others, the experimenters varied the amount of power participants felt during the studies. The results indicated that when people were aware that their decisions would impact other people in the future, those induced to feel more powerful actually behaved more generously, not less. Business executives make resource allocations all the time. There are constant tradeoffs when deciding how much of an organization's limited resources to invest into enhancing short-term profitability rather than enhancing the company's longterm viability. Tost's research suggests that when decision makers are reminded that future generations will be affected by present-day actions, they are likely to be more prosocial in their decision making. People like Warren Buffett Bill Gates who spend much of their vast wealth helping to solve social problems are high-profile examples, but people need not be rich or control many resources to make these decisions. "Many small decisions you make in your own life have an impact on someone in the future," Tost "Being aware of that activates the mechanisms we found in the study. It's something for everyone to think about." Come in say hello! We are a neighborhood Cafe Featuring Nesspresso Coffee s, Expresso, Cappuccino, Imported Cheese s Meats. Our deserts include New York Cheesecakes, Pies, Tiramisu our delightful Chocolate Lava cake (with a side of gourmet Ice Cream)
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Box Pompano Beach, FL CASE NO.: FMCE (36) IN RE: VIVINCE BARREAU, Petitioner NADIA AUGUSTIN BARREAU, Respondent (NO PROPERTY) TO: NADIA AUGUSTIN BARREAU Last Known Address: 7001 N.W. 16th Street #A221, Plantation, FL Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you defenses, if any to it on SHERLINE CLARK, ESQ., ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER, whose address is 111 N.W. 183rd Street, Suite 112, Miami Gardens, FL 33169, on or before August 31, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. documents information. Failure to comply can WITNESS my h the seal of this court on July 15, 2015 Publish July 30, August 6, 13, 20, 2015 File Number PR-C Division: 62J LORNA N. HEADLEY, Deceased The administration of the estate of LORNA N. HEADLEY, deceased, whose date of death was May 1, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent WENDY ENNIS-VOLCY & CHRISTINE C. GILL Florida Bar Numbers: & P.O. Box Pembroke Pines, Florida (954) ; (954) FBN: & Paul Headley 815 Carolina Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL CASE NO.: Division: 44/98 IN RE: CLAUDIA L. LONDONO, Petitioner/Wife ANDRES M. TOVAR, Respondent/Husb TO: ANDRES M. TOVAR Last Known Address: CALLE 11 # 8-60, SANTA ROSA DE CABAL, COLOMBIA Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you defenses, if any to it on CLAUDIA L. LONDONO, whose address is CALLE , SANTA ROSA DE CABAL, COLOMBIA, on or before September 7, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. documents information. Failure to comply can Dated July 24, 2015 By: Angel Harris I, Katya Saenz, a nonlawyer, located at 5440 N State Road 7, #6, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, , helped the petitioner fill File Number 2015 CP 1845 MARGRET A. CHOMINSKI, Deceased The administration of the estate of MARGRET A. CHOMINSKI, deceased, whose date of death was March 17, 2015, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent My Florida Probate, P.A. Dawn Ellis, for the firm Florida Bar Number: P.O. Box 952 Floral City, Florida (352) Richard Chominski 1140 NE 13th Avenue Ft. Lauderdale, FL File Number ANTOINETTE CAMARDA, Deceased The administration of the estate of ANTOINETTE CAMARDA, deceased, File Number , is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal representative s attorney are set forth below. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All persons on whom this notice is served who have objections that challenge the qualifications of the personal representative, venue or jurisdiction of this Court are required to file their objections with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER Gloria G. Stern, Esq. Florida Bar No W. Broward Blvd. #382 Plantation, FL Tele (954) Patricia Harstad CASE NO.: Division: 37/93 IN RE: OMAR ALEXANDER ALLEN, Petitioner CHERIECE CYMONE EDWARDS, Respondent TO: CHERIECE CYMONE EDWARDS Last Known Address: SANDSIDE PORT MARIA P.O., ST. MARY, JAMAICA, W.I. Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you defenses, if any to it on OMAR ALEXANDER ALLEN, whose address is 9163 NW 20TH MANOR, CORAL SPRINGS, FL 33073, on or before August 31, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. documents information. Failure to comply can By: KANEESHA KEEL CASE NO.: Divisions: 44/98 IN RE: DAWN MARIE NELSON, Petitioner NORMAN MCGEE, Respondent/Husb TO: NORMAN MCGEE Last Known Address: NW 17TH CT., OPA LOCKA, FL Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you defenses, if any to it on DAWN MARIE NELSON, whose address is 9300 E. ELM LANE, MIRAMAR, FL 33025, on or before August 31, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. 1.) CHASE Bank Account, 2.) 2003 Volvo documents information. Failure to comply can CASE NO.: Division: 36/90 IN RE: CHARMANE ANGELA WILLIAMS, Petitioner SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Respondent/Husb TO: SAMUEL WILLIAMS Last Known Address: 6118 MAYO ST., HOLLYWOOD, FL Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you defenses, if any to it on CHARMANE ANGELA WILL- IAMS, whose address is 6118 MAYO ST., HOLLY- WOOD, FL 33023, on or before August 31, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. documents information. Failure to comply can By: KANEESHA KEEL CASE NO.: Division 33 IN RE: JAMEE MICHELE KALIMI, Petitioner NIR DABACH, Respondent ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE TO: NIR DABACH Last Known Address: RESIDENCE UNKNOWN Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you defenses, if any to it on JAMEE MICHELE KALIMI, whose address is c/o Arnold Hecker, Attorney, 300 S. Pine Isl Road, #258, Plantation, FL 33324, on or before August 31, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. documents information. Failure to comply can Dated August 4, 2015 File Number PRC CARRIE MAE HICKS, Deceased The administration of the estate of CARRIE MAE HICKS, deceased, whose date of death was May 22, 2014 is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent Tieesha N. Taylor, Esq. Florida Bar Number: Law Offices of Tieesha N. Taylor, P.A S. Dixie Highway, Suite 310 Miami, FL Telephone: (305) Fax: (305) Secondary Sharon L. Hicks 610 Jefferson Drive #102 Deerfield Beach, Florida CASE NO.: Division 36/98 IN RE: MARIUS MARCELIN, Petitioner/Husb OLANISE JOSEPH CHERUBIN, Respondent/Wife TO: OLANISE JOSEPH CHERUBIN Last Known Address: UNKNOWN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for has been filed against you that you are required to serve copy of your written defenses, if any to it on MARIUS MARCELIN, whose address is 775 North West 42nd Street, Lauderdale Lakes, Florida 33309, on or before September 21, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. documents information. Failure to comply can Dated August 5, 2015 By: Angel Harris This document was prepared with the assistance of Divorces, Litigation, Etc. Inc., a Legal Assistance Center a registered Florida Corporation, Number: P , F.E.I. Number: , with offices located at 6250 West Oakl Park Boulevard, Suite 6, Sunrise, Florida North West 42 Street, Lauderdale Lakes, Florida Call (954) Fax: (954) (Revised 2/18/2013) Publish August 13, 20, 27, September 3, 2015 CASE NO.: Division 33/90 IN RE: PETER (NMN) THOMPSON, Petitioner NELDA RENEE THOMPSON, Respondent TO: NELDA RENEE THOMPSON Last Known Address: UNKNOWN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for has been filed against you that you are required to serve copy of your written defenses, if any to it on PETER (NMN) THOMPSON, whose address is 721 North 69th Avenue, Hollywood, Florida 33023, on or before September 21, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. documents information. Failure to comply can Dated August 5, 2015 By: Angel Harris This document was prepared with the assistance of Divorces, Litigation, Etc. Inc., a Legal Assistance Center a registered Florida Corporation, Number: P , F.E.I. Number: , with offices located at 6250 West Oakl Park Boulevard, Suite 6, Sunrise, Florida North West 42 Street, Lauderdale Lakes, Florida Call (954) Fax: (954) (Revised 2/18/2013) THE LIEN TAG & TITLE TEAM, INC. WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES (OR) VESSELS TO SATISFY LIEN PURSUANT TO SEC- TION, OF THE FLORIDA STATUES ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2015 AT 10:00 A.M. INSPECT AT LIENORS ADDRESS 1 WEEK PRIOR TO THE AUC- TION, AS IS, WHERE IS. * AUCTION WILL OCCUR AT 5830 MAYO STREET, HWD, FL LOT# NISSAN VIN# 1N4BA41E36C LIENOR: UNCLE D'S TRANSMISSION & AUTO RE- PAIR OWNER: LAOMISE LA PAIX 2238 N CYPRESS BEND DR #405 POMP BCH, FL OWNER MAILING NE 8 AVE N MIAMI BCH, FL CUSTOMER: RICARDO SAWYER 2215 SCOTT ST HWD, FL REGISTRANT: SAME AS OWNER LIEN HOLDER: CFS OF S FL LLC 7980 PINES PEMB PINES, FL LIEN AMT: $ LOT# DODGE VIN# 2B3KA43R88H LIENOR: ARRIGO DCJ SAWGRASS INC OWNER: BRANDON MORNING 2514 GRAND CEN- TRAL PKWY ORLANDO, FL REGISTRANT: SAME AS OWNER CUSTOMER: BRANDON MORNING 1942 CORNER GLEN DR ORLANDO, FL LIENHOLDER: SANTANDER CONSUMER USA PO BOX FT WORTH, TX LIEN AMT: $4, Pursuant to Florida Statute the preceding claim a lien on vehicles (or) vessels shown for Storage /or Storage, labor /or services. Unless charges are paid in cash, said vehicles (or) vessels will be sold for cash by public auction on date at time shown, where vehicle (or) vessels is located. Owners or any one claiming an interest have a right to a hearing prior to the scheduled auction which can be set by filing dem with Clerk of the Circuit Court in their county mailing copies of dem to all other owners lien holder. Owner can recover possession without judicial proceeding by posting bond per Florida Statute Auction proceeds in excess of charges due will be deposited with Clerk of the Circuit Court. Any person(s) claiming any interest(s) in the above vehicles (or) vessels contact: THE LIEN TAG & TITLE TEAM, INC (954) % Buyers premium. * ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH RESERVE * LI- CENSE# AB-3009 THE LIEN TAG & TITLE TEAM, INC. WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES (OR) VESSELS TO SATISFY LIEN PURSUANT TO SEC- TION, , , OF THE FLORIDA STAT- UES ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2015 AT 10:00 A.M. IN- SPECT AT LIENORS ADDRESS 1 WEEK PRIOR TO THE AUCTION, AS IS, WHERE IS. * AUCTION WILL OCCUR AT 5830 MAYO STREET, HWD, FL LOT# MACK VIN# VG6M118B1RB LIENOR: JEAN M STEPHEN LOCATED AT: STOR- AGE LOT OWNER: BRO PACK INC PO BOX 6545 PICO RIVERA, CA CUSTOMER: SAME AS OWNER LIEN HOLDER: LIEN AMT: $ LOT# HONDA VIN# JH2SC59098M LIENOR: EDMAR J O CAMACHO OWNER: JASON L PEAVY 4713 JENNIFER CT MON- ROE, GA CUSTOMER: SAME AS OWNER REGISTRANT: SAME AS OWNER LIEN HOLDER: LIEN AMT: $ LOT# NISSAN VIN# JN1CA31A2YT LIENOR: MARCIA HARROITT OWNER: ROBERT A MCRAE 504 1/2 MARTIN LUTHER KING AVE ENFIELD, NC CUSTOMER: DOC AUTO SALE AMERRICK BLVD JAMAICA, NY LIEN HOLDER: LIEN AMT: $ LOT# AMERATRAIL TRAILER VIN# 4DJA39TM85A LIENOR: PERFORMANCE TRADING INC OWNER: SPIRIT AUTO BROKERS 127 SW 7 AVE FT LAUD, FL CUSTOMER: JOHN LOMBARDI/JML MOTORS INC 127 SW 7 AVE FT LAUD, FL LIEN HOLDER: LIEN AMT: $ LOT# HONDA VIN# 1HGCG22591A LIENOR: DINOSAUR TIRE & PERFORMANCE CEN- TER INC OWNER: LEANORA MASSA 581 NE 33 ST OAKLAND PK, FL LIENHOLDER: UNITED AUTO CREDIT CO PO BOX TAMPA, FL LIEN AMT: $ Pursuant to Florida Statute , , the preceding claim a lien on vehicles (or) vessels shown for Storage /or Storage, labor /or services. Unless charges are paid in cash, said vehicles (or) vessels will be sold for cash by public auction on date at time shown, where vehicle (or) vessels is located. Owners or any one claiming an interest have a right to a hearing prior to the scheduled auction which can be set by filing dem with Clerk of the Circuit Court in their county mailing copies of dem to all other owners lien holder. Owner can recover possession without judicial proceeding by posting bond per Florida Statute Auction proceeds in excess of charges due will be deposited with Clerk of the Circuit Court. Any person(s) claiming any interest(s) in the above vehicles (or) vessels contact: THE LIEN TAG & TITLE TEAM, INC (954) % Buyers premium. * ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH RE- SERVE * LICENSE# AB-3009 File Number PRC MICHAEL LiPUMA, a/ka/ MICHAEL A. LiPUMA, Deceased The administration of the estate of MICHAEL LiPUMA, deceased, whose date of death was July 24, 2015 is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal representative s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent JEFFREY SETH SELZER, ESQ. Florida Bar No SELZER & WEISS 1515 N.E. 26 Street Fort Lauderdale, FL (954) (phone) Peter B. Cinelli, M.D. c/o SELZER & WEISS 1515 N.E. 26 Street Fort Lauderdale, FL (954) THE LIEN TAG & TITLE TEAM, INC. WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES (OR) VESSELS TO SATISFY LIEN PURSUANT TO SECTION, , , OF THE FLORIDA STATUES ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2015 AT 10:00 A.M. INSPECT AT LIENORS ADDRESS 1 WEEK PRIOR TO THE AUCTION, AS IS, WHERE IS. * AUCTION WILL OCCUR AT 5830 MAYO STREET, HWD, FL LOT# ROLLS ROYCE VIN# LSYB190 LIENOR: PRESTIGIOUS EURO CARS OWNER: MICHAEL MONTESARO 5294 PARK AVE BRIDGEPORT, CT CUSTOMER: SAME AS OWNER LIEN HOLDER: LIEN AMT: $19, Pursuant to Florida Statute , , the preceding claim a lien on vehicles (or) vessels shown for Storage /or Storage, labor / or services. Unless charges are paid in cash, said vehicles (or) vessels will be sold for cash by public auction on date at time shown, where vehicle (or) vessels is located. Owners or any one claiming an interest have a right to a hearing prior to the scheduled auction which can be set by filing dem with Clerk of the Circuit Court in their county mailing copies of dem to all other owners lien holder. Owner can recover possession without judicial proceeding by posting bond per Florida Statute Auction proceeds in excess of charges due will be deposited with Clerk of the Circuit Court. Any person(s) claiming any interest(s) in the above vehicles (or) vessels contact: THE LIEN TAG & TITLE TEAM, INC (954) % Buyers premium. * ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH RESERVE * LI- CENSE# AB-3009 Publish August 13, 30, 2015 FEDERAL LIEN CORP. 304 INDIAN TRACE #540 WESTON. FL (964) FEDERAL LIEN CORP. will sell at Public Sale at Auction the following vehicles to satisfy lien pursuant to Chapter of the Florida Statutes on September 3, 2015 at 10 AM. Lot #: A RED KAWASAKI MC VIN# JKAZXCC165A Located at: TIMOTHY RICE, 301 E, BROWARD BLVD, Fort Lauderdale, FL (513) Owner: MICHENER MICHALOWSKI MICHAEL 876 BAHAMA ST NE PALM BAY, FL nd Owner: MICHENER MICHALOWSKI MICHAEL 310 BEACH PARK LN CAPE CANAVERAL, FL Customer: SAME AS REGISTERED OWNER Lienholder: Lien Amount: $5, Pursuant to Florida Statute the preceding claims a lien on vehicle shown for storage, labor /or services. Unless charges shown are paid in cash, said vehicles will be sold for cash by public auction on date at time shown where vehicle located. Owners or anyone claiming an interest have a right to a hearing prior to the scheduled auction which can be set by filing dem with Clerk of the Circuit Court in this County mailing copies of dem to all other owners lienholders. Owner can recover possession without judicial proceeding by posting bond per Florida Statute Auction proceeds in excess of charges due will be deposited with Clerk of the Circuit Court. Any person(s) claiming any interest(s) in the above vehicles contact: FED- ERAL LIEN CORP, (954) % Buyers Premium - ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH RE- SERVE LIC# AB Broward Palm Beach
6 Page 6 The Sentry August 13, 2015 File Number Division 60J GUY CROISETIERE, Deceased The administration of the estate of GUY CROISETIERE, deceased, whose date of death was September 11, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number (60J), the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal representative s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI Gary M. Lau, Esq. Florida Bar No GARY M. LANDAU, P.A Wiles Road, Suite 204 Coral Springs, FL Telephone: (954) GUILLAUME CROISETIERE 4409 Preston Crescent Regina, Saskatchewan Canada, S4X-0C8 ARNAUD CROISETIERE eme Rue Shawiningan-Sud. Quebec Canada, G9P 3H3 File Number LANCE MATTHEW RILEY, Deceased The administration of the estate of LANCE MAT- THEW RILEY, deceased, whose date of death was February 16, 2015, whose Social Security Number is xx-xx-1865, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number (60J), the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI Steven K. Schwartz, P.A. Florida Bar No Biscayne Blvd. #506 Aventura, FL Telephone: Ext 106 Telefax: BRENDA FENCHER 422 Ormond Ave. Merritt Isl, FL LEGAL NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Michael Tyrrell Publishing 2840 NW 68th Lane Margate, Florida intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Department of State. Dated at Pompano Beach, Florida this 6th day of August, Michael Tyrrell 2840 NW 68th Lane Margate, Florida IN THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No CP Division: IX JOHN V. RYAN, JR., A/K/A JOHN VINCENT RYAN, JR., Deceased The administration of the estate of JOHN V. RYAN, JR., A/K/A JOHN VINCENT RYAN, JR., Deceased, whose date of death was July 1, 2015, is pending in the Circuit Court for Palm Beach County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 200 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal representative s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER The date of the first publication of this Notice was Robert Feldman, Attorney Florida Bar Number: NE 5th Ave, Suite 500 Boca Raton, FL Telephone: (561) Fax: (561) Secondary : PATRICK J. RYAN 68 Vail Road Ling, New Jersey Publish August 13,20, 2015 CASE NO.: FMCE Division 36/98 IN RE:COLLIN FORBES/Petitioner/Husb, Petitioner/Husb ASHLEY NICOBIA WILLIAMS, Respondent/Wife TO: ASHLEY NICOBIA WILLIAMS Last Known Address: UNKNOWN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of marriage has been filed against you that you are required to serve copy of your written defenses, if any to it on Gareth Bullock, Esq. Attorney for the Petiitioner, whose address is 5400 S. University Drive, Ste. 301, Davie, Florida 33328, on or before September 21, 2015, file the original with the clerk of the above-styled court otherwise a defaullt will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in the complaint or Petition. This notice shall be publiched once each week for four consecutive week sin THE SENTRY. WITNESS my h the seal of said Court at Fort Lauderdale, Florida on August 6, 2015 By: Novella Lopez Publish August 13, 20, 27, September 3, 2015 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 anything they did leave behind hundreds of dollars in damage damaged the employees sense of security. It makes you feel not as safe as before, she BSO says the brick cement block throwing thieves have been targeting businesses throughout Broward County since May burglarizing around 30 businesses. At Mega Deals in Oakl Park in the same plaza as the Wings Plus the manager says they stole thouss of dollars worth of items. They need to catch these guys, said Mega Deals manager Omar Teruel. They need to stop it. At the Best Bakery in Broward, in North Lauderdale, owner Moise Saintil showed CBS4 surveillance video. A guy can be seen walking up to the front door toss a cement block inside let himself in. He rifles around, steals a cash drawer casually leaves. When they catch him we ll be happy, said Saintil. So will other business owners employees. They say even though no one has been hurt this crime spree hurts their bottom lines. Smash... Black Pastors ask Smithsonian to remove bust of Planned Parenthood founder Hillary Clinton s 'hero' targeted blacks for extinction A group of black pastors sent a letter to the director of the Smithsonian Institution s National Portrait Gallery asking that the bust of Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger be removed from the museum s Struggle for Justice exhibit, citing her support for eugenics the targeting of minorities by the nation s largest abortion provider. Last week Presidential cidate Hillary Clinton described Sanger as her hero when commenting about revelations of baby parts sold at Planned Parenthood. Perhaps the Gallery is unaware that Ms. Sanger supported black eugenics, a racist attitude toward black other minority babies, an elitist attitude toward those she regarded as the feeble minded; speaking at a rally of Ku Klux Klan women; communications with Hitler sympathizers, the letter from Ministers Taking a St Also the notorious Negro Project, which sought to limit, if not eliminate black births, was her brainchild, the letter Despite these well-documented facts of history, her bust sits proudly in your gallery as a hero of justice. The obvious incongruity is staggering! the letter The group says that Sanger should not be part of an exhibit that features the real champions of the civil rights movement, including Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks. How can a person like Sanger, who found common cause with the racial agenda of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), be ranked among true champions of justice? the letter She was a purveyor of grave injustice against the most innocent vulnerable among us. The letter said that it is the first in a series of actions we will be taking to expose the evil of honoring Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood. The letter also notes the current scal surrounding Planned Parenthood with the release of undercover videos showing top medical officials in the organization discussing harvesting selling the organs other body parts from aborted babies. Retired Riviera Beach division fire chief killed in plane crash off Florida Keys Small plane crashes about 1 mile off Marathon A Jupiter man is dead after crashing his plane into the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida Keys early Monday morning. The crash was reported near Marathon shortly after midnight. Monroe County Sheriff s Office spokeswoman Becky Herrin said Edward Elgin, 53, was the only passenger on board the single-engine Piper plane when it crashed about a mile offshore of 63rd Street. When the U.S. Coast Guard Florida Fish Wildlife Conservation Commission arrived at the scene, they found the plane fully submerged. Riviera Beach Mayor Thomas Masters said Elgin retired about a year a half ago from the Riviera Beach Fire-Rescue Department. Masters said flags are being flown at half-staff in Elgin s honor. Elgin s family said he was in the Florida Keys for lobster season. Herrin said the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the crash. Elgin BSO IDs woman killed crossing Pompano street The Broward Sheriff s Office has identified the pedestrian killed while crossing a busy Pompano Beach street Saturday night. According to authorities, 25-yearold Rebecca Davison her boyfriend, 26-year-old James Siravo, were walking eastbound on the sidewalk in the 1300 block of East Atlantic Boulevard at around 9 p.m. Deputies said Davison crossed over the westbound lanes stopped in the median. But authorities said when Davison stepped onto the eastbound lanes she was struck by a Volkswagen Passat driven by 45-year-old Scott Biederman. Pompano Beach Fire Rescue pronounced Davison dead on scene. Detectives said the area where the crash occurred is not designated as a pedestrian crosswalk. Authorities said Biederman was not impaired remained on the scene. LEGAL NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Hymowitz Law Firm 8211 West Broward Boulevard Suite PH4 Plantation, Florida intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Department of State. Dated at Pompano Beach, Florida this 6th day of August, Law Offices of Michal A. Hymowitz, P.A West Broward Boulevard Suite PH4 Plantation, Florida IN THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No CP XXXXSB ALICE GLASSMAN, Deceased The administration of the estate of ALICE GLASSMAN, Deceased, File No CP XXXXSB, is pending in the Circuit Court for Palm Beach County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 200 West Atlantic Avenue, Delary Beach, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate,on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER The date of the first publication of this Notice was June 16, Attorney for Prsonal Representative Todd B. Weprin Florida Bar Number: Primary Address: Secondary Address: : BERNARD MARCUS Lakes of Delray Blvd., Apt 74 Delray Beach, FL File Number Division: Gold CALVIN NATHANIEL WILSON, Deceased The administration of the estate of CALVIN NATHANIEL WILSON, deceased, whose date of death was February 10, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number , the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal representative s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent RODOLFO SUAREZ, JR., ESQ. Florida Bar Number: SW 27 Avenue, Ste 100 Miami, FL Telephone: (305) Fax: (305) TINA WILSON 661 Alabama Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Florida File Number GEORGIE N. WATSON, Deceased The administration of the estate of GEORGIE N. WATSON, deceased, whose date of death was March 19, 2015, whose Social Securit Number is xx-xx- 1865, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number , the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER Paul Berman, Esq. Berman & Berman,, P.A SW 107 Avenue, Site 208 Miami, Florida Telephone (305) Facsimile (305) Florida Bar No Deborah Y,. Balliett Kent R. Balliett SW 96 Terrace Miami, Florida File Number JAN NORELID, Deceased The administration of the estate of JAN NORELID, deceased, whose date of death was April 28, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number , the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent RODOLFO SUAREZ, JR., ESQ. Florida Bar Number: SW 27 Avenue, Ste 100 Miami, FL Telephone: (305) Fax: (305) MARTHA MACIAS-NORELID 2840 NE 25 Court Fort Lauderdale, Florida File Number PR-C (62) MARION JERMAIN KELLY, Deceased The administration of the estate of MARION JERMAIN KELLY, deceased, whose date of death was July 22, 2014, whose Social Securit Number is xx-xx- 1865, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number , the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent Scott R. Bugay, Esquire Florida Bar No Citicentre, Suite P NW 165th Street Suite P600 Miami, FL Telephone: (305) Fax: (905) Primary Secondary Telephone: (305) Fax: (305) DOROTHY KELLY File Number RICHARD STEWART HAWKINS, Deceased The administration of the estate of RICHARD STEWART HAWKINS, deceased, whose date of death was February 1, 2014, whose Social Securit Number is xx-xx-1865, is pending in the Circuit Court for Broward County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number , the address of which is 201 SE 6 Street, Room 252, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The names addresses of the personal representative the personal representative s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or dems against decedent s estate, on All other creditors of the decedent persons having claim or dems against the estate of the decedent RODOLFO SUAREZ, JR., ESQ. Florida Bar Number: SW 27 Avenue, Ste 100 Miami, FL Telephone: (305) Fax: (305) CATHERINE A. HAWKINS 333 Gouges Branch Road Leicester, North Carolina Affordable Title & Lien, Inc. will sell at Public Sale at Auction the following vehicles to satisfy lien pursuant to Chapter of the Florida Statutes on August 27, 2015 at 10 A.M. *AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED* 2006 Toyota Vin# 4T1CE38P36U Located: 5629 Johnson Street Hollywood, FL Nissan Vin# 1N4AL11E63C Located: 2120 W Preserve Way Suite 302 Miramar, FL Dodge Vin# 3D7HA18N42G Located: 4002 SW 47 th Ave Davie, FL Chevrolet Vin# 1G1YY24UX S Ocean Drive Hollywood, FL Jeep Vin# 1J4FY29P1VP Located: 2141 Jackson St Hollywood, FL Toyota Vin# 4T1BG22K6VU Located: 680 NE 42 St Bay#4 Pompano Beach, FL Any person(s) claiming any interest(s) in the above vehicles contact: Affordable Title & Lien, Inc. (954) *ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH RESERVE* Same of the vehicles may have been released prior to auction. LIC# AB Vehicle will be sold on September 01, 2015 at 10:00 AM at a reserve public auction pursuant to F.S. Labor & Storage.Location: NW 26 St #E102 Miami, FL As is Where is. 50% Buyer s premium. Title is not guaranteed. BILL HERRERA LIC #:AU Lot HONDA JH2RC44F23M Located at Proud to Ride Powersports,Inc.2400 SW 30 Av.Hallale, FL Ph: Total Lien $ Owner/Lienholder has a right to a hearing prior to date of sale by filing with the clerk of the courts. Owner/ Lienholder may recover vehicle without instituting judicial proceedings by posting bond as per F.S. Net proceeds in excess of lien amount will be deposited with clerk of courts pursuant to , F.S. All interested person(s) should contact Professional Lien & Title Service Corp. Ph: Lic #:AB A & B TOWING will sell at Public Sale at Auction the following vehicles to satisfy lien pursuant to Chapter of the Florida Statutes on this date listed 10:00 am on 08/27/2015. * AUCTION WILL OCCUR AT 2313 SW 59TH AVENUE WEST PARK FL * Any person(s) claiming an interest(s) in the above listed Vehicles, contact: A & B TOWING, (954) *ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH RESERVE *Some of the vehicles may have been released prior to auction FTSW21P37EA29603 FORD GCDL19X65B CHEVROLET FAFP31351R FORD 2006 JKBZXJC106A KAWASAKI 2007 JS1GT77A SUZUKI 2003 SHHEP33593U HONDA 2004 WBABD33444JY96037 BMW The following vehicles will be sold at public auction per FL Stat for charges due at 10:00AM on Dates Indicated. AAAA Crosstown Towing Recovery, Inc., 221 NW 1st Ave., Hallale, FL For Sale at 10:00AM on Monday, August 24, /Mitsubishi/4 DR Vin-2. JA32X2HUXBU For Sale at 10:00AM on Tuesday, August 25, /Lexus/4 DR Vin-JTHBF30G For Sale at 10:00AM on Sunday, August 30, /Toyota/4 DR Vin-4T1BG12K8TU For Sale at 10:00AM on Monday, August 31, /Pontiac/4 DR Vin-1G2HZ5418Y /Chevrolet/4 DR Vin-2G1WH55K For Sale at 10:00AM on Tuesday, September 01, /BMW/4 DR Vin-3. WBAVA33558KX /Hyundai/4 DR Vin-KMHCT4AE4CU For Sale at 10:00AM on Monday, September 07, /Jeep/UT Vin-1J4G258S8XC /Toyota/4 DR Vin-4T1BE46K99U For Sale at 10:00AM on Tuesday, September 08, /Pontiac/2 DR Vin-1G2JB124XV For Sale at 10:00AM on Friday, September 11, /Chevrolet/VAN Vin-1GCHG35RXV /Nissan/UT Vin-JN8AR05S2XW /Infiniti/cp Vin-JNKCV54E13M /Dodge/4 DR Vin-1B3HB48A79D /Hyundai/4 DR Vin-KMHDU4AD5AU For Sale at 10:00AM on Saturday, September 12, /Saab/4 DR Vin-YS3FD49Y For Sale at 10:00AM on Monday, September 14, /Chevrolet/2 DR Vin-1G1JC12F For Sale at 10:00AM on Tuesday, September 15, /Dodge/2 DR Vin-2C3CDYAG4EH For Sale at 10:00AM on Monday, September 21, /Chevrolet/2 DR Vin-2G1FA1E3XD For Sale at 10:00AM on Tuesday, September 22, /Kia/UT Vin-KNDPB3AC3F For Sale at 10:00AM on Wednesday, September 23, /Ford/4 DR Vin-1FADP3K26DL For Sale at 10:00AM on Friday, September 25, /Honda/4 DR Vin-1HGFA16818L For Sale at 10:00AM on Monday, September 28, /Nissan/4 DR Vin-3N1CE2CP6FL For Sale at 10:00AM on Wednesday, September 30, /SHEN/MS Vin-L8YTCKPX6EYC80099 Mother stores drugs baby formula, BSO says Tamisha Burnell arrested on child neglect, drug possession charges A Coconut Creek mother faces a child neglect charge after smoking marijuana in a hotel room with her infant daughter present storing other drugs in a container marked as baby formula, the Broward Sheriff s Office Tamisha Burnell, 21, of Coconut Creek, was arrested Sunday at a hotel in Deerfield Beach. According to an arrest report, Burnell was smoking marijuana in the same room as her 10-month-old daughter. A detective checking on food for the child discovered a container marked as Enfamil that tested positive for crack cocaine heroin, the report Burnell was arrested on child neglect drug possession charges. Erik Sanchez, 21, of Boca Raton, was also in the room at the time, another arrest report He was arrested on child neglect, drug possession probation violation charges. The child was taken into protective custody. Man accused of assaulting girl in Hard Rock garage James Amelio, 30, arrested Sunday by Seminole police A man was arrested over the weekend after he sexually assaulted a mentally challenged girl inside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino parking garage. J a m e s Amelio, 30, faces one count of sexual battery on a person over the age of 12 years old who is mentally challenged. Burnell According to Seminole police, Amelio the victim knew each other initially met up at another location. Police said surveillance video showed them walking around the Seminole Paradise area Sunday before walking into the garage. Police said security staff witnessed the sexual assault on video as it was happening on the seventh floor of the garage detained Amelio until police arrived. Amelio remains at the Broward County Jail. Amelio Bells Dispute turns deadly in FTL Woman says she was drinking, doesn t remember shooting husb Tina Belles, 57, arrested on premeditated murder charge A Broward County woman told detectives that she was drinking alcohol with her husb didn t remember shooting him early Saturday morning, an arrest report states. Tina Belles, 57, was arrested on one count of premeditated murder remains at the Broward County Jail. Belles son told a 911 dispatcher that he was sleeping upstairs at their home at 1940 SW 46th Terrace when he heard a gunshot at about 8:30 a.m. I was up sleeping in my room these two I heard them arguing down here, but you know I just heard like a regular argument the next thing I heard was a bang, I came down, Belles son, Justin Lindley, They ve been drinking. Belles can be heard screaming in the background throughout the 911 call with Lindley continuing to reassure her that help is on the way. Mom, I need you to calm down, Lindley tells his hysterical mother at one point. According to the report, deputies arrived at the home to find Belles sting over her husb, identified as Rodney Belles. The victim, who suffered a gunshot wound to the torso, was pronounced dead at the scene. Belles later told detectives that she had been drinking with her husb l didn t remember anything else. EXECUTIVE TOWING AND RECOVERY INC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien intent to sell these vehicles on 08/28/2015, 10:00 am at 5900 DEWEY ST HOLLYWOOD, FL , pursuant to subsection of the Florida Statutes. EXECUTIVE TOWING AND RECOVERY INC. reserves the right to accept or reject any /or all bids. 19UUA56862A ACURA JTDDR32T TOYOTA
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