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Jacqueline (Jackie) Glaff, 83 left this world behind her on September 11th, surrounded by the love of her husband, retired Army Lt. Colonel William (Bill) Glaff and three of her children. Bill and Jackie were married for 63 years, and she always smiled when she said they managed to get by with out killing each other.
She was born December 22, 1930 in St. Paul, Minnesota and raised surrounded by the bluffs of La Crosse, Wisconsin. As an Army wife she traveled beside her husband, but also played dual mother and father roles during his deployment abroad.
She leaves behind four children: William Glaff II, Kris Mercier, (Ally), Eric Glaff, (Barb) and Tara Mager, (Joe); and five grandchildren: Lauren, Cami, Josef, Skye and Montana.
Jackie's parents were the original owners and builders of the Hillsboro Shores Hotel in 1958, which fostered her love for the area. After the Glaffs permanently retired here in 1970, she was active in the Hillsboro Shores Improvement Association, and she was most commonly known as "THE BEACH KEY LADY." She was also one of the earliest members of the South Pompano Civic Association, and an ardent supporter of the world-famous Hillsboro Inlet Fishing Fleet.
Her outstanding cooking was the talk of so many area beach picnics, as was her broad artistic ability present in her Christmas yard decorations.
Wife, Mother and professional rabble rouser, she was very active in local politics, frequently attending Pompano Beach Commission meetings, fighting for the betterment of Pompano Beach, and against its destruction.
The family is having a celebration of life mass on Monday, September 15, at 9:30 A.M. at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church 2700 N.E. 36 Street, Lighthouse Point (tropical attire is requested).
In lieu of flowers please join Jackie in her love for our area by donating to the Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation Society.

Florida Burlesque Festival to honor Bunny Yeager

The first international Florida Burlesque Festival is coming to the state next month.
Organizers say the festival is dedicated to the legendary pin-up model, photographer and long-time Florida resident Bunny Yeager, who died in May.
The Festival will be held Sept. 5 and 6 at the historic art-deco style Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale and organizers say it will capture the glamour and excitement of the Golden Age of burlesque.
Several of Burlesque Magazine's "Top 50" performers will be showcased, along with comedians and vaudeville acts.

Four bodies found off Hollywood Beach

Four bodies found floating in the water off Hollywood Beach on Sunday morning triggered a search for anymore possible people in distress.
Coast Guard crews said good Samaritans called them around 10:00 a.m. letting them know they found the bodies of two men floating in the water 20 nautical miles east of Hollywood Beach.
Crews responded to the area and found a third body of a woman and later another body.
They are currently searching by air and sea for any other people who may be in distress in the area.
The Broward County Sheriff’s office and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is assistingin the investigation.

Motorcyclist dies in car wreck

A motorcyclist died as a result of a traffic accident that took place Friday afternoon in Dania Beach. Broward Sheriff's Office Traffic Homicide detectives are investigating.
At 2:50 p.m. on August 22, Maritza Duran was driving a Honda CRV northbound on North Federal Highway in the designated turn lane preparing to turn westbound onto Old Griffin Road. Scott Allen was riding a Harley Ultra Classic motorcycle southbound on North Federal Highway approaching the intersection when the two vehicles collided.
Broward Sheriff’s Office Fire Rescue responded to the scene and transported Allen to Broward Health Medical Center where he was pronounced dead. Duran remained on scene and was not injured in the crash. BSO Traffic Homicide detectives are investigating the fatal accident.

Feds: Obama Broke Law with Bergdahl Swap

President Obama violated a “clear and unambiguous” law when he released five Guantanamo Bay detainees in exchange for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, the Government Accountability Office reported Thursday.
“[The Department of Defense] violated section 8111 because it did not notify the relevant congressional committees at least 30 days in advance of the transfer,” the GAO report said. “In addition, because DOD used appropriated funds to carry out the transfer when no money was available for that purpose, DOD violated the Antideficiency Act. The Antideficiency Act prohibits federal agencies from incurring obligations exceeding an amount available in an appropriation.”
The GAO rejected the idea that the action was legal and sidestepped the Obama team’s suggestion that the law is unconstitutional.
“It is not our role or our practice to determine the constitutionality of duly enacted statutes,” the report says. “In our view, where legislation has been passed by Congress and signed by the President, thereby satisfying the bicameralism and presentment requirements in the Constitution, that legislation is entitled to a heavy presumption in favor of constitutionality.”

Democrats mount low-key campaigns for Florida AG

Florida Democrats are choosing between two relative unknowns in the primary for attorney general.
State Rep. Perry Thurston is squaring off against former Obama administration official George Sheldon on Tuesday. The winner will run against incumbent Republican Pam Bondi and a Libertarian candidate in November.
Neither candidate has raised much money. Instead the two men have relied on party functions and radio ads to get the word out to voters.
Thurston is a lawyer from Fort Lauderdale and has been House Democratic leader the last two years. Sheldon has held various positions in government including stints as deputy attorney general and secretary of the Department of Children and Families.
Both candidates have criticized Bondi and her opposition to medical marijuana and same sex marriage.

Florida to receive $1 Billion from Bank Of America settlement

A massive settlement between Bank of America and the U.S. Department of Justice will provide about $1 billion in assistance to thousands of Floridians.
The settlement, which totals $16.65 billion, stems from claims about mortgage-related practices by Bank of America and current or former subsidiaries, such as Countrywide Financial Corp. and Merrill Lynch, that played a part in the country’s financial crisis.
Of that overall total, about $7 billion will be used to provide assistance to consumers. That assistance will include such things as principal reductions on loansand providing new loans to credit-worthy borrowers, according to the Department of Justice.
State Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office released a letter from Bank of America that said about $1 billion of the $7 billion would flow to Florida, which has grappled with large numbers of foreclosures and other problems in the housing market since the financial crisis. Bondi said the package would help nearly 17,000 Floridians.

Woman wins $4.3M in texting while driving case

A Florida woman who was severely injured in a crash caused by a man who was texting while driving has won a $4.3 million lawsuit.
The law firm representing 26-year-old Cacilia Carter said that the verdict was handed down Aug. 5 in Flagler County Circuit Court.
Carter was a passenger in a vehicle by her then-boyfriend Joseph O'Guin on Dec. 20, 2010. Carter's attorneys claimed O'Guin was texting and ran a stop sign. The Florida Highway Patrol reported the vehicle slid into a tractor-trailer.
Attorney Luis Gracia says Carter is still impaired and permanently disabled. Gracia says O'Guin did not testify during the trial.
There was no jury in the case, so Circuit Judge Dennis Craig made the ruling.

Man accused of stealing jewelry from dead woman

A man hired by a funeral home to transport a woman's body is accused of stealing jewelry from her Dunedin home.
Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies arrived at the 88-year-old woman's home Thursday afternoon after she apparently died of natural causes.
A short time later, 44-year-old Terrance Stubblefield of St. Petersburg arrived to take her body to a funeral home. As he was working to remove the body, deputies saw a necklace hanging from his pocket.
Stubblefield got into his vehicle, but deputies questioned him about the necklace.
He said it belonged to his girlfriend.
Deputies say the woman's daughter identified the necklace as her mother's.
Stubblefield admitted to taking the necklace. He remains in jail on grand theft charges. It wasn't known whether he's hired an attorney.

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