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Page14 POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 25, 2015 * News Brief (Continued from Page 1) Thanks for reading my stuff "Not a Big Fan" and thanks for sharing. I am really not as bad as you seem to think I am, either. I'll be watching for your future emails, too. Fiorina Gave it to the Donald I really like early Fiorina. She handled the insult made by Trump brilliantly. He had no real come- back. early is getting plenty of attention now. Soon, I see her moving past Ben Carson, who comes across like a sleep medication into Trump's rearview mirror. Another Guy Moving Up is ... Chris Christie looked pretty da^#%@ good in the second debate. Looking pret- ty presidential. The Media Tries Getting Trump Over a Questioners' Question The liberal media is now calling on Trump to apolo- gize for a guy who asked him a question at a recent Trump event. The question concerned President Obama really being a Muslim. The media and Hillary now think Trump should apologize for not reprimanding the guy for LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Middlesex Probate and Family Court 208 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 02141 (617) 768-,58OO Docket No. MI15D2407DR DIVORCE SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION AND MAILING ROBERT F. MANNKE VS. DENISE L. LEWIS To the Defeedar The Plamliff has filed a complaint for Divorce mquaslmg that the Court grant a Divorce for Desertion. The Complaint is on file at the CourL An Automatic Restraining Order has been enmred in thb ~ preve~ng you from taldng any aslian which would negalk'ely impact the current financial status of either party. SEE SUR~ Rro~ Court Rule 411. You are hereby summoned and required IosmeUllX~ Robert R llaram, 16 I.ongf~low Roml, kim$on, IK~ ~.476 your asswer, it any, on or ladom Octobw 29, 2015. ff you fail to do su, ~e coua ~ pnx~ed to ~e hea,ng and a~wf~lbn of this actJan. You are also required io h a copy of your answer, if any, in the of~ of Iho Re~st~ of this CO. tWtESS, HOlt I~Wkq) F. DONNBJ.Y, JR., Rr~t Jmtice of ~ CaurL Dale.- Seflt~ 17, 2015 Tara F_ DeCit~, Reg~tsr of Probate Run dais: 9/2rd15 the insulting question. First off, we don't know if the guy with the question was a fan or not for asking the ques- tion. Didn't Jorge Ramos ask Trump a bunch of questions a few weeks ago? Was Jorge a Trump fan? The Last Thing We Need Can I tell you this? The last thing we need is to be lectured on ethics by Hillary Clinton. Who's Paying Attention to Kerry? Certainly, not Putin! Sec- retary of State John Kerry stated that President Bashar Assad of Syria must go, even as Russian fighter planes land in Syria. No one seem- ingly cares about Kerry or the Obama Administration making it more unsafe than it was back in 2009 before Obama became president. NASCAR Clothing I think it is about time that our voices up in the U.S. Capitol start wearing NASCAR racing outfits when in session and blah, blah, blahing about how they stand for the people. Some- one suggested they "go NASCAR," showing who their backers really are. Hillary a Piece of Work Speaking before Demo- crats attending the recent N.H. Democratic Conven- tion, Clinton started rant- ing on about the Republican War on women, choice, and accessible health care. She blasted the GOP over its talk of shutting down the govern- ment over Planned Parent- hood funding. I am a Democrat who was appalled to view those se- cret videos showing Planned Parenthood officials talking about the harvesting of fetal body parts. Apparently, a fetus is not a baby until after it is aborted and then Shazam! There are baby parts to be harvested. Grue- some is the only word to describe this ugly stuff. If the president vetoes the defunding of Planned Par- enthood and gets Democrats to march Iockstep behind him, then they, not the GOP, will be who actually causes the shutdown. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Probate and Family Court Middlesex Division 208 Cambridge Street East Cambridge, MA 02141 (617) 768-5800 Docket No. MI15P4497EA Estate of THOMAS EARL CHASTAIN Date of Death July 1, 2009 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by Petition of Petitioner n. eoyUn of Povxk.ty, TX. Nmee D. Boyldn of Powdedy, TX has been inlonnolly appointed as the Personal Repre- sentative of the estate to serve without surety on the bond. The estate is being administered under informal procedure by the Personal Raprssen- ta4ive under the Massachusetts Uniform Pro- bate Code without supervision by the Court. Invantoff and asoounts am not required to be Ned wi~ the Court, but interested parties are entiUed to no~ce regarding the administration from the Personal Representative and can pelion the Coud in any matter relating to the estate, including distdbution of assets and expenses of administration. Interested parties are entitled to petition the Court to institute formal proceedings and to obtain orders tennina~ng or restricting the powers of Per- serial Raprasanta~vas appointed under infor- mal procedure. A cow of the PetitJan and Will if any, can be obtsinod from the Petitioner. Run date 9t25/t5 Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Probate and Family Court Middieaex Division 208 Cambridge Street East Cambridge, MA 02141 (617) 768-5800 Docket No. MI15P4253EA Estate of CLAUBE L. FLETCHER Date of Death February 14, 2013 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by Petition of Petitioner Glenda Rutcher of BulfMo, NY. Glenda Fletcher of Buffalo, NY has been informally appointed as the Personal Repre- sentative ol the astate to ssrve without sorety on the bond. The estate is being administered under informal procedure by the Personal Represen- tative under the Massachusetts Uniform Pro- bate Code without supervision by the Court. Inventory and accounts are not required to be filed with the Court, but interested pedies are entitled to notice regarding the administralion from the Personal Representative and can petition the Coud in any matter relating to the estate, including distribution of assets and expenses of administration. Interested padies are entitled to petition the Court to institute formal proceedings and to obtain orders terminating or restricting the powers of Per- sonal Reprasentat~as appointed under infor- mal pro(~lurs. A oapy of the Peffiion and Will, if asy, can be obtalnod from tbe ~. i Run dale 9F25/15 It was a game of near misses and very little luck for the upset minded Eagles as they were blanked 14-0 by Florida State in last Fri- day nights Ace (Atlantic Coast Conference) matchup at Alumni Stadium. Boston College fell behind 7-0 on Florida State's open- ing drive. The early deficit was unfamiliar for the Eagles, who were coming off a 76-0 drubbing of Howard University. However, versus FSU, their offense showed little of that same form from the previous week. Much of the credit deservedly belongs to the Seminole defense, who snuffed out each and every Eagles drive. But some of the blame for the loss belongs to the offense, which suddenly morphed into their previous week's competition; and bit more blame falls on the utter lack of luck for the home squad. A football off the facemask in what would have been an easy first down; a downed punt at the one-yard line ruled a touchback; an FSU- muffed punt which found its way back into Seminole pos- session; and the most inglo- rious moment came just as the Eagle defense, which was stellar all evening, had FSU quarterback Everett Golson in its grasp for a safety, only to see him miraculously es- cape and pick up a first down. I'm not here to make ex- cuses, as the better team came away with the victory, but BC looked snake-bitten under the night-lights. While only collecting two sacks, the Eagle defense applied continuous pressure on Golson, who completed 15 passes for 119-yards, limit- ing him to only 5-yards per pass attempt. FSU sopho- more phenom, running back Dalvin Cook, was kept in check, rushing 15 times for only 54-yards. LEGAL NOTICE commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Probate and Family Court Middlesex Division 208 Cambridge Street East Cambridge, MA 02141 (617) 7se-ss00 Docket No, Mi15P4729EA Estate of MARY E. GREEN Date of Death February 7, 2013 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by Petition of Petitioner Samuel Green, Jr. of Savannah, GA. Samuel Green, Jr. of Savannah, GA has been informally appointed as the Personal Re~e of the estate to serve without suray on the boed. The estate is being administered under infomlal procedure by the Personal Rapr~en- ta'dve under the Massachusetts Uniform Pro- bate Code without supervision by the Court. Imentory and accounts are not required to be tiled with the Court, but interested parUas are envied to notice regarding the administration from the Personal Representative and can pet~an the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including distribution of assets and expenses of administration. Interested parties are entitled to petition the Court to institute formal proceedings and to obtain orders terminating or restricting the powers of Per- sonal Representativas appointed under infor- mal procedure. A copy of the Petition and Will, if any, can be obtained from the Petitioner. Run date: 9/25/15 0 14 Unfortunately, Eagle pass- ers and backs were in for a much worse day. Starting quarterback Darius Wade finished 4 of 12 for 47-yards, and was lost for the season with a broken left ankle. "It didn't look good," said head coach Steve Adclazio, who perhaps didn't fully realize the seriousness of the injury in the post-game press con- ference. "We'll have to go back to work and assess our injuries, and we'll assess where we are at that point. We'll make a determination of what we feel we need to do to be able to have success." Tyler Rouse, who had looked incredible the first two weeks, couldn't find any holes in the Seminole de- fense, picking up only two total yards while Jonathan Hilliman fumbled away any chance of a BC comeback with 12:20 to play in the game. Defensive back Jalen Ramsey returned the ball 36 yards to double the FSU lead to 14. Dwelling on Friday night is not something Addazio or the Eagles will do. Their focus is now geared to this Saturday and Northern Illinois. "Our football team played really hard and we can grow off that. We'll take that and move on and grow." Thoughts by Dan (Continued from Page 6) These arbitrary executions were extended to ordinary Cuban citizens. Sure, many were criminals, but others were seen as traitors by Che and Castro and were simply murdered on the spot. Such was the story through- out the whole Castro regime, culminating in the shooting down of two small planes in February of 1996 which were being used by the Brotherhood to the Rescue (an organization founded in 1991 by a band of Cuban refugees to assist Cubans trying to free themselves of the oppressive govern- ment). The Castro govern- ment claimed they were intending to destabilize the Cuban goverrtment, but there was no attempt on behalf of the Cuban govern- ment to direct them out of Cuban airspace. Atrocities were a common thing in Cuba. Only two years earlier, the Cuban government sank a refugee boat killing 41 passengers, 10 of them chil- dren. But the downing of the two planes was the first one to catch interna- tional attention. By the end of Castro's regime, about 10,000 Cubans were killed by his orders. Looking at the state of Cuba at the end of Castro's regime -- the number of people executed without due process, the complete con- trol of the media, the decay of the infrastructure, the quality of life, and the lack of freedom -- it begs the question, just what did the people rebel for? After all the violence and bloodshed, wasn't it reasonable for the populace to expect a substan- tial change? Castro, how- ever, repeated all of Batista's sins and added some of his own. And that's why I argue that Fulgencio Batista, for all his faults, was the better option for Cuba. He lived the rest of his life as an exile in Portu- gal and Spain, writing books about the betrayal of Cuba. Of course, he blew his own horn and glossed over his own presidency. But when he talks about the betrayal of the Cuban people, he has a point. If they were going to get stuck with a dictator either way, they may as well have gone with a dictator that kept a nation alive.