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EL MURO MORTAL Pese a que aún no ha sido construido, “el muro” en la frontera con México ha dejado una estela de sufrimiento. AL DÍA habló con la mamá de Sergio Adrián Hernández, muerto a manos de un agente fronterizo, un caso conocido en ambos países y que hoy está en las manos de la Corte Suprema de Justicia. PÁG. 8

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l peso de los jugadores negros difícilmente se evidencia en las transmisiones deportivas de la América de hoy, mucho menos la de los jugadores afrolatinos. Durante 21 años, el Taller Puertorriqueño se ha enfocado en la difícil situación de los latinos afrodescendientes en el simposio bautizado con el nombre de Arturo Alfonso Schomburg, un puertorriqueño negro que alcanzó rápida notoriedad por su activismo, escritura y por la lucha por la independencia de Puerto Rico. Lo que comenzó como un esfuerzo por discutir asuntos relacionados con la ascendencia africana en los latinos, rápidamente se transformó en un simposio más grande que tocaba la lucha contra el racismo, siguiendo el ejemplo del activismo de Schomburg y su legado artístico. Pero al igual que la experiencia de Schomburg a finales de los años 30, los creadores y artistas negros reciben poco reconocimiento. Más allá de una rodilla en tierra o una protesta silente de Colin Kaepernick, o atletas que utilicen franelas que muestren su descontento con la brutalidad policial, muy poco interés ha habido por las dificultades de un atleta negro. Y mientras muchos miran al pasado para intentar entender lo que significa ser un deportista negro en cualquier disciplina, los organizadores del vigésimo primer Simposio Arturo A. Schomburg en el Taller Puertorriqueño, “Deportes y Negritud: Inclusión” se ha organizado para determinar cómo la raza impacta las arenas deportivas en la actualidad. Examinando las contribuciones de los afrolatinos en el mundo del deporte, la meta de los panelistas y de la audiencia era determinar si existía una verdadera integración o inclusión del atleta negro. Enfrentando comunidades y culturas que les perciben como menos humano, estos atletas frecuentemente se desempeñan a nivel nacional y representan a su país o a su ciudad natal con poco o ningún reconocimiento. “Para mí, está claro que aquello que aqueja y dinamiza la raza en los deportes es un reflejo de la sociedad en general”, dice la Directora Ejecutiva del Taller Puertorriqueño, Dra. Carmen Febo San Miguel. “Las investigaciones demuestran que esos comportamientos sociales también influyen en los deportes. Realmente ha demostrado a las personas en la audiencia cuán importante y cuán impactante es”. 4 / MARZO 8 - 15, 2017 / ALDÍAnews.com

El Dr. Rob Ruck, uno de los panelistas y profesor de la Universidad de Pittsburgh, asegura que la sociedad ha tenido un gran impacto en la manera en la que se practican los deportes, aunque a veces sea la única manera en la que los jugadores marginalizados se logran sentir libres. “Estos son hombres que no pudieron ser atendidos en la escuela ni en los almuerzos. Quienes no pudieron ser atendidos en el centro de la ciudad, pero sí pudieron demostrar cuán buenos eran en el béisbol y estos equipos de negros eran muy buenos”, dijo el Dr. Rob Ruck, profesor de la Temple University. Pero para abordar el amplio problema de los afrolatinos en los deportes, incluso se abrió un debate sobre cómo atacarlo, bien fuere desde los valores que representa el deporte o cómo los jugadores negros se ajustan o cómo la sociedad entera trata a a esta población y cómo eso se traduce en el campo.

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Los jugadores afrolatinos deben enfrentar muchos retos; desde la obsesión con la genética negra que trivializa el talento, la dedicación y el entrenamiento de los atletas negros, los estándares de belleza que se espera que deban mantener y hasta los estereotipos que deben superar a la fuerza con frecuencia. “El deporte es un reflejo compartido con esta nueva generación, especialmente entre los estudiantes de periodismo que quieren especializarse en deportes. Así también, esos periodistas o futuros comunicadores del deporte, suelen sorprenderse con lo que los atletas pueden lograr”, dijo Zacha Acosta, antigua jugadora Olímpica y presentadora en el simposio. “Sin embargo, en muchos casos lo que el reportero describe de los atletas que participan, es a través de la adjetivación de sus logros basándose en su participación como un espectácu-

lo por su alto desempeño. Observan los deportes como una manera de recreación o de fortaleza física adjudicada a un valor monetario”. Mencionando personas como Michael Jordan, Usain Bolt y Pedro Martínez, Acosta aseguró que muchos de los periodistas se enfocan en el mejor desempeño y les reducen a su valor monetario en vez de resaltar su atletismo. Fuera del reino Olímpico e internacional, incluso las arenas de béisbol se han visto afectadas por líneas de color. “La historia de los afroamericanos y latinos en el béisbol ha estado ineludiblemente ligada durante más de un siglo. Tanto en la evolución del juego como en la integración”, dijo Ruck. Pero al compararlos con otros atletas afro, los afrolatinos deben superar barreras parecidas a las de los afroamericanos a nivel nacional e internacional, “los norteamericanos pudieron haber sido los Jesucristo del béisbol, pero los cubanos fueron los apóstoles”, señaló Ruck. Los presentadores del simposio contrastaron las carreras del desconocido Juan Evangelista Venegas, el primero en ganar una medalla olímpica para la isla y la de Mónica Puig, la aclamada tenista que ganó el oro para Puerto Rico, declarando que el contraste podría basarse en la etnicidad: “Quiero confesar que no existe una respuesta correcta, pero se necesita profundidad en la evaluación de cómo estos atletas contribuyen a los deportes y a la sociedad. No los culpo, pues es un tema que no se ha tocado o hablado mucho”, dijo Acosta. Aunque la verdadera inclusión no parece haber formado parte de la historia de los Juegos Olímpicos o de los deportes profesionales, el panel percibe el campo de los deportes tan solo como un síntoma de la sociedad. Este tipo de fórums que permiten una discusión abierta, podrían representar el camino para abarcar conversaciones más complejas que logren derivar en la inclusión. “Es una oportunidad de educar. Existen algunas organizaciones que están comenzando a hacer eventos anuales sobre asuntos afrolatinos, pero siguen siendo pocos y distantes, así que debemos continuar”, dijo Febo. Es asi como en febrero de 2018 se realizará la vigésima segunda versión de este foro académico. n


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na pesadilla. Esa es la mejor descripción de las semanas recientes de Donald Trump en la Casa Blanca. En esos días Trump ha presenciado el desenmascaramiento de sus colaboradores más cercanos como tramposos y embusteros, incluyendo a si fiscal general, Jeff Sessions, cuya ideología racista y antiinmigrante es de sobra conocida. Como era de esperarse ellos, incluyendo a Trump, niegan sin pudor alguno cualquier transgresión a la vez que, como si se tratara de un reality show de tercera categoría, hacen todo tipo de maniobras para ocultar sus sospechosos lazos con Rusia y creado, continúe. aparecer como inofensivos patriotas. “El 8 de marzo, mujeres de todo el país y de todos los estraQuizás usted esté pensando que no se podía esperar otra tos económicos se levantarán para participar en Un Día Sin cosa de individuos seleccionados por Trump, quien, como Mujeres, conocido también como la Huelga nos recuerda el periodista de CNN Jack de las Mujeres, un seguimiento a la históTapper, ha inventado conspiraciones sobre rica Marcha de la Mujeres el 21 de enero”, intervención telefónica, el lugar de naci“Este Día afirmó Ai-Jen Poo, directora de la Alianza miento de Obama, musulmaNacional de Trabajadoras Domésticas. Internacional de nes celebrando en las calles la “Cuando no trabajamos, nuestra ausenREAD IN tragedia del 11 de septiembre, la Mujer promete cia provoca una reacción en cadena, porENGLISH el número de asistentes a su que nuestro trabajo es crítico para todos ser histórico. Ese NEWS.com/OPINION inauguración y muchas otras los sectores de la economía y nunca se puedía las mujeres cosas. Y por supuesto que usde tomar por hecho”, añadió Poo. “Cuando ted tendría razón. no vamos de compras, los negocios sufren. se alejarán de la Pero la lista de Tapper, reveladora como del miércoles el día en que nos actividad económica Hagamos es del carácter del multimillonario neoyorunamos y actuemos solidariamente.” quino, dista mucho de estar completa. El Es decir, este Día Internacional de la para protestar con periodista olvidó la repugnante fanfarroMujer promete ser histórico. Ese día las todas sus fuerzas el nería de Trump acerca de abusar impunemujeres se alejarán de la actividad económente de las mujeres, y el desdén absoluto mica para protestar con todas sus fuerzas grosero irrespeto de hacia ellas que ha exhibido a lo largo de los el grosero irrespeto de Trump, así como Trump” años. las barreras sociales que les impiden al“Cuando uno es una estrella te dejan hacanzar una igualdad verdadera. cerlo”, afirmó Trump en 2005. “Uno puede La Huelga Internacional de las Mujeres hacer cualquier cosa. Agarrarlas por el...”, planea docenas de paros, marchas y protesañadió este individuo que casi increíbletas en ciudades como Nueva York, Filadelfia, Chicago, Bosmente se convirtió en el presidente del país. ton, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., St. Louis, y Columbus, No, Mr. Trump, se equivoca. Contrario a sus sucias fanta- Ohio. Puede encontrar una lista completa de estos eventos en sías, usted no “puede hacer cualquier cosa”, como las muje- el websita IWS. ■ res le harán saber. De hecho, 500,000 de ellas ya lo hicieron con la Marcha de las Mujeres a Washington el 21 de enero, una de las protestas más grandes que se hayan visto nunca Para más columnas de en EE. UU. Y en el Día Internacional de la Mujer, cientos de opinión visite nuestra web miles de madres, esposas, amantes, hermanas, hijas y abueNEWS.com las se asegurarán de que la pesadilla que usted mismo se ha

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a iglesia Presbiteriana de San Andrés, situada al norte de Austin (Texas), es el escondite de una guatemalteca indocumentada, Hilda Ramírez, que vive allí desde febrero del año pasado junto a su hijo con miedo a ser deportada a su país natal, de dónde huyó por la discriminación que sufren las mujeres indígenas como ella. “Yo solo quiero tranquilidad para mí y para mi hijo”, señala afligida la guatemalteca de 29 años, que recuerda que nunca se escondió de las autoridades migratorias al llegar a Estados Unidos en 2014 y que explicó su caso para obtener asilo, una declaración que acabó con su detención por parte de la Agencia de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas estadounidense (ICE). Según relata, los agentes migratorios no creyeron su historia de violencia en Guatemala y la ingresaron en el centro de detención de Karnes County, uno de los dos centros familiares de inmigración en Texas, con una fianza de 10.000 dólares para salir, una cantidad de dinero que Hilda no disponía. Así empezó el periplo estadounidense de Hilda y su hijo Iván, de 10 años de edad, que llegaron a Estados Unidos tras cruzar el Río Grande, frontera natural con México, en un bote inflable con otras diez personas tras pagar a un “coyote” para llegar vivos al destino final. De este modo, después de pasar once meses en el centro de detención en Texas, fueron liberados con la condición de que Hilda llevara un grillete en el tobillo para controlar todos sus movimientos. Un centro de refugio local para personas sin techo fue la salvación de ambos durante los siguientes siete meses, hasta que, a principios de 2016, la petición del estatus de inmigrante especial juvenil (SIJS, en sus siglas en inglés) de su hijo fue negada y tuvieron lugar numerosas redadas contra los indocumentados en la zona de Austin. Asustada por una posible deportación, contactó con Grasroots Leadership, una organización local que asesora a personas de este colectivo, que le recomendó que se escondiera con su hijo en la iglesia de St. Andrews, un “santuario” dónde los agentes de inmigración tienen prohibido entrar. Como política, ICE generalmente no arresta a los inmigrantes en lugares de culto y otros lugares “sensibles”, como escuelas y hospitales. Según un memorando publicado en 2011, las detenciones o búsquedas solo se permiten en lugares “sensibles” si hay “necesidad inmediata de medidas coercitivas”, como un delincuen-

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LA IGLESIA PRESBITERIANA de San Andrés es el escondite de una guatemalteca indocumentada, Hilda Ramírez, que vive allí desde febrero del año pasado junto a su hijo con miedo a ser deportada a su país natal, de dónde huyó por la discriminación que sufren las mujeres indígenas como ella. EFE te peligroso dado a la fuga. Así, desde el 9 de febrero de 2016, esta iglesia Presbiteriana es el hogar de la pareja de guatemaltecos, que recibieron una grata noticia hace cuatro meses: su orden de deportación había sido temporalmente bloqueada. No obstante, con la inesperada victoria de Donald Trump en las elecciones presidenciales de Estados Unidos el 8 de noviembre, poco después de conocer la buena nueva, el temor a ser devuelta a Guatemala regresó a Hilda, quién sigue asustada por su futuro y el de su hijo. La tranquilidad para ellos reside dentro de esta iglesia tejana, cuya comunidad ha dado la oportunidad a Iván de centrarse en sus dos grandes pasiones: estudiar y jugar al fútbol. El niño, que nunca asistió a escuela en su país natal, disfruta ahora aprendiendo a leer, escribir y entender el español y el inglés, además de estar tomando clases de arte, matemáti-

cas y ciencias naturales en una escuela cercana al templo. Además, Iván, que llegó a la entrevista con un balón de fútbol entre sus manos, entrena y juega tres días a la semana en un equipo local y sueña con llegar algún día al nivel de dominio del balón que tiene su ídolo, Cristiano Ronaldo, futbolista del Real Madrid. Hilda está contenta de que su hijo esté feliz y aprendiendo “a pasos agigantados”, según una de las colaboradoras de la parroquia, y espera poder brindar a Iván un futuro mejor en el históricamente conocido como “país de las oportunidades”. n Para más noticias de política visite nuestra web

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sta semana, la Casa Blanca aprendió una lección: Menos tweets y más discursos. Y yo me encontré ante un dilema. ¿Qué puede hacer un redactor de opiniones cuando un presidente por el que no votó, y al que no apoya, dirige la palabra al Congreso y mete un golazo? ¿Puede alguien, que parece ser una mala persona, y que probablemente será un mal presidente, dar un discurso realmente bueno? ¿Y qué si —a pesar de la inquietud sobre su temperamento y sus políticas— uno encuentra que está de acuerdo con gran parte de lo que dijo el presidente? ¿Debe uno volver a reevaluar las cosas, y ver si realmente apoya a una persona contra la cual pensó que se oponía? Espero que no. En los últimos 21 meses, dediqué tanta energía y tiempo en mi desagrado de Trump que no me entusiasma la perspectiva de volver a fojas cero y tratar de aprobar al individuo. Sin embargo, habría que odiar verdaderamente a Trump para no reconocer que el presidente pronunció magistralmente un discurso poderoso, lleno de mensajes inspiradores. Sin duda, prendí el televisor en la cadena de cable que es el centro de los que odian a Trump: CNN. Muchos de sus reporteros y locutores expresan excesivamente sus sentimientos y se sienten obligados a defender su marca cuando se la ataca. El presidente, a su vez, siempre está al ataque de esa cadeREAD IN na. La acusa de comerciar con “noticias falsas”. ENGLISH Su relación se agrió en enero, cuando CNN reportó la NEWS.com/OPINION existencia de un dossier de inteligencia no-verificado, que indica, presuntamente, que Rusia tenía información comprometedora sobre Trump. Entre los escandalosos detalles figuraba una supuesta cita en un hotel de Moscú con prostitutas rusas. Después del discurso de Trump al Congreso, el locutor de CNN, Jake Tapper —quien recientemente cuestionó al presidente por criticar a los medios— hizo un comentario insidioso sobre cómo Trump hizo un buen trabajo al leer las palabras que sus redactores de discursos escribieron para él. La reportera de CNN, Dana Bash, fue más justa; reconoció un discurso que fue más presidencial que las pocas inspiradoras palabras del discurso inaugural, que según muchos observadores no tuvo efecto. Finalmente, el colaborador de CNN, Van Jones, también elogió a Trump por conducir una ovación de dos minutos para la viuda del Navy SEAL, William “Ryan” Owens, quien murió en una operación en Yemen. Jones lo calificó de “uno de los momentos más extraordinarios que se hayan presenciado en la política estadounidense, punto” y dijo que Trump “se convirtió en presidente de los Estados Unidos” en ese momento. Una encuesta de CNN/ORC de los que vieron el discurso halló que el 78 por ciento de los estadounidenses tuvo una respuesta positiva, mientras que el 21 por ciento respondió negativamente. No puede haber un discurso memorable sin frases memorables. Como: “Somos un pueblo, con un destino. Todos sangramos

la misma sangre. Todos saludamos la misma bandera. Y todos estamos hechos por el mismo Dios.” Y la siguiente: “Mi tarea no es representar al mundo. Mi tarea es representar a los Estados Unidos de América”. Y como sorpresa, Trump habló positivamente de una “reforma migratoria real y positiva”, si antes “mejoramos los puestos de trabajo y los salarios de los estadounidenses, reforzamos la seguridad de nuestra nación y restauramos el respeto a nuestras leyes”. Uno hubiera pensado que los demócratas en la sala habrían aplaudido esa parte, pero se quedaron plantados en sus asientos sin aplaudir. Quizás sea porque muchos de ellos no desean una solución al problema de la inmigración y preferirían tener ese asunto como tema de la campaña. Por supuesto, un discurso es solo un discurso. Las políticas y prioridades de Trump son más importantes. Y ahí, no todo está bien. Por ejemplo, el presidente aún explota cínicamente a las víctimas de delitos cometidos por inmigrantes ilegales. Ahora está llegando hasta a crear un oficina especial del Departamento de Seguridad del Territorio, llamada Víctimas de Delitos de Inmigrantes (VOICE, por sus siglas en inglés), que servirá como enlace entre las víctimas de delitos cometidos por inmigrantes ilegales y los Servicios de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas. No se ha dicho si el gobierno creará otra oficina para encarar otros hechos muchos más frecuentes: delitos cometidos por residentes legales y ciudadanos estadounidenses. Para los estadounidenses que detestan a este presidente, no hay incentivo para reconocerle a Trump su discurso. Pero sin duda lo estarían criticando si hubiera dado uno malo. Trump no puede ganar. Es un problema, porque si no tiene éxito en algunas de las cosas que intenta hacer, el país no progresará. Y todos perderemos. ■

EL NUEVO DECRETO del presidente Donald Trump sobre refugiados e inmigrantes no afectará a los ciudadanos que poseen la tarjeta de residente permanente (“green card”), un permiso que permite a los extranjeros trabajar en el país y solicitar la ciudadanía estadounidense. EFE

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El caso de la muerte de Sergio Adrián Hernández, de tan sólo 15 años de edad, ha atraído la atención a nivel nacional ya que la determinación que tome la Corte Suprema de EE.UU. pudiera marcar un precedente legal de gran impacto en las relaciones diplomáticas con México.


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esde la tarde del 7 de junio del 2010, la madre de familia juarense Guadalupe Güereca dice estar muerta en vida. Ese lunes, las balas disparadas desde suelo estadounidense por Jesús Mesa Jr., un agente de la Patrulla Fronteriza, terminaron con la vida Sergio Adrián Hernández, de 15 años de edad, quien se encontraba en territorio mexicano, y READ IN cuyo caso ha originado ENGLISH un largo litigio que hoy se encuentra en manos NEWS.com/OPINION de la Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos. El debate del caso ahora se centra en establecer si la Constitución de Estados Unidos le permite a Güereca interponer ante las cortes del país una demanda en contra de Mesa Jr. por la muerte de su hijo. El inicio de este litigio en el máximo órgano de impartición de justicia del país se produce en medio de una época de creciente tensión y

controversia sobre cómo controlar el movimiento diario a lo largo de la frontera con México, donde el comercio internacional se desarrolla de manera paralela con el narcotráfico y el tráfico de personas. Los tribunales han luchado para tratar las implicaciones de la seguridad nacional y la política exterior del caso, y los precedentes de la Corte Suprema, lo anterior de acuerdo a información publicada recientemente por The Washington Post. Sergio Adrián Hernández era el menor de los hijos de Guadalupe Güereca. Hablar con ella sobre la muerte de Sergio y cómo la tragedia afectó la vida de toda la familia resulta desgarrador. Por momentos, durante la plática, la madre de familia logra articular frases e ideas completas, pero luego la tristeza y las lágrimas parecen ahogarla. Su rostro no muestra expresión alguna, pareciera como si viviera en “modo automático”. Ahí, en su muy humilde vivienda, toma asiento en una de las camas y pareciera tomar fuerzas de algún lugar para prepararse a revivir aquel trágico momento del verano del 2010. Sus dos pequeños nietos, Ángel de ocho años de edad y América Naomi de cuatro, quienes inquietos iban de un lado a otros de la habita-

LUGAR DONDE CAYERA abatido el 7 de junio del 2010 el adolescente mexicano Sergio Adrián Hernández. El menor pereció a causa de los disparos hecho por un agente de la Patrulla Fronteriza adscrito al sector de El Paso. EFE

ción parecen percatarse de que la abuela necesita de apoyo, y sin decir palabra alguna, ambos se acercan a la mujer y la abrazan. Güereca los mira con ternura y dice estar lista para iniciar la entrevista.

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Entonces, su cara asume un gesto de desesperanza, una expresión facial muy distinta a la inicial, a la vez que sus ojos verdosos se empiezan a nublar. “Desde ese día mi vida cambió para siempre, ha sido una vida llena de tristeza, de dolor. Yo era una persona que siempre andaba contenta, alegre, y ahora no me interesa hablar con nadie”, comentó Güereca. Antes de la muerte de Sergio Adrián, la familia de Güereca acostumbraba a salir al atardecer y compartir con las demás familias de la colonia mientras que Sergio y los vecinitos del lugar jugaban fútbol en la esquina de la calle donde vivían. Eran tiempos felices, aunque podían carecer de algunas cosas materiales, la familia estaba completa, comenta la mujer. Ahora, la madre de familia dice que cada vez que oye algún bullicio en el exterior de la vivienda se apresura a la ventana buscando ver ALDÍAnews.com / MARZO 8 - 15, 2017 / 9


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GUADALUPE GÜERECA ESPERA. desde su casa en la empobrecida colonia Plutarco Elías Calles, de Ciudad Juárez, que la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Estados Unidos admita el caso y haga justicia por el asesinato de su hijo a manos de un agente fronterizo estadounidense en junio de 2010. Ernesto Rodríguez entre todos aquellos jóvenes el rostro de su hijo. “Esa esquina me trae muchos recuerdos. Yo salgo porque pienso que mi hijo está ahí, pero yo ya no quiero saber nada”, comentó mientras agachaba la cabeza para no mostrar sus lágrimas. “Varias veces le he pedido a mi Dios que mejor me recoja”, se sincera la mujer antes de estallar en llanto. Sus pequeños nietos que permanecían atentos al relato de inmediato van a tomar unos pañuelos desechables para que la abuela se seque las lágrimas, y vuelven a repetir el abrazo de hace algunos minutos. A casi ya siete años del suceso, Güereca dice que hay una pregunta que ronda su mente todo el tiempo desde el día que mataron a Sergio Adrián: “¿Por qué (Mesa Jr.) no tuvo compasión de mi hijo? Si hasta le levantó las manos ¿Por qué no le perdonó la vida —dijo Güereca con la voz ahogada por las lágrimas— si él le pidió que no lo matara? Esto es algo tan doloroso que ni a él mismo se lo deseo”.

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“¿Por qué (Mesa) no tuvo compasión de mi hijo si hasta le levantó las manos? ¿Por qué no le perdonó la vida si él le pidió que no lo matara? Esto es algo tan doloroso que ni al él mismo se lo deseo” Guadalupe Güereca

Madre de Sergio Adrián Hernández jugaban en las márgenes del Río Bravo (Grande), a la altura de un sector de la frontera conocido como Puente Negro, mientras que Mesa Jr. cumplía con sus funciones de vigilar la frontera estadounidense a bordo de una bicicleta. En esa temporada del año, el río que marca la frontera entre ambos países prácticamente se seca, por lo que acceder a cualquier lado de la frontera no representa problema alguno. En un video dado a conocer por la cadena Univisión tres días después del suceso, se aprecia que Mesa tiene detenida a una persona muy cerca del límite fronterizo mientras que parece ser

agredido con piedras por alguien más, no se ve con claridad el rostro del atacante. En un momento del forcejeo con el detenido, Mesa desenfundó su pistola y realizó varios disparos haciendo blanco en Sergio Adrián que cae herido de muerte junto a uno de los pilares del puente. En el video se pueden escuchar los reclamos de los peatones que cruzaban por el Puente Internacional Paso del Norte quienes entre insultos le recriminaron al agente fronterizo que había disparado al menor que ya estaba en territorio mexicano. En su momento, algunas versiones periodísticas afirmaron que Sergio tenía nexos con “polleros” (traficantes de indocumentados) desde los ocho años de edad, sin embargo estas versiones nunca fueron corroboradas, ni se ha presentado ficha alguna de arresto por parte de las autoridades norteamericanas o de la Policía Municipal de Ciudad Juárez.

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PORTADA tados Unidos, él estaba en su país, México. Lo mató porque estaba viendo cómo maltrataban a una persona detenida que estaban arrastrando de los cabellos. No es cierto que les aventó piedras. Eso no lo digo yo, lo dice gente que vio lo que pasó”, lamenta Güereca. A pesar de que varios medios revelaron que un disparo a la cabeza fue el que segó la vida del joven, Güereca afirma de manera categórica que fueron tres los disparos los que terminaron con la vida de su hijo. “Cuando lo estaba cambiando para su funeral tenía tres balazos, uno en la mano, otro en la espalda y uno más en la cabeza. Imagínese, por la espalda”, afirmó Güereca. Sergio Adrián era el más pequeño de los siete hijos de esta mujer de 60 años que emigró a Ciudad Juárez a la edad de 10 procedente de Durango, su estado natal a 650 millas al sur de la frontera. La madre de familia describió a Sergio cómo un adolescente inquieto pero sano, buen estudiante y un apasionado del fútbol. “Siempre le gustó patear el balón, era de los que metían goles, siguió el ejemplo de sus hermanas de jugar el deporte, quería jugar en las Chivas del Guadalajara”, señaló Güereca, quien por primera vez sonríe durante la entrevista y muestra un cuadro del escudo del equipo mexicano que perteneció a su hijo. “Ese es mi tesoro, era un cuadro que mi hijo quería mucho”. Güereca vive en una precaria vivienda de dos cuartos en la colonia Plutarco Elías Calles al noroeste de Ciudad Juárez, un sector de clase baja azotado por la delincuencia que inclusive ha sido escenario de múltiples ejecuciones por ajuste de cuentas entre bandas rivales dedicadas al trasiego de la droga en esa zona.

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Desde ese lugar, Güereca dice tener fe en el sistema judicial de Estados Unidos, aunque también reconoce que el actual clima antiinmigrante que se vive en el país pudiera inclinar la balanza para una resolución desfavorable para la causa que busca justicia para el menor mexicano. Luego de que un tribunal desestimara el caso argumentando que la muerte de Sergio ocurrió en México —y por lo tanto fuera de la jurisdicción estadounidense—, la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Estados Unidos estudia la posibilidad darle luz verde a una demanda de derechos civiles en contra de Mesa. El abogado Robert Hilliard del despacho jurídico Hilliard Muñoz Gonzales L.L.P., con sede en la ciudad de Corpus Christi, Texas, presentó el pasado 22 de febrero los argumentos iniciales del caso ante ocho magistrados de la Corte Suprema de Justicia. Sin embargo, la conformación de la máxima instancia judicial del país —que incluye a cuatro jueces conservadores y cuatro liberales—, evidencia que la decisión no será unánime frente a este caso.

grantes mexicanos y de otras nacionalidades bajo la Constitución de Estados Unidos”, señaló Muñoz. “El caso de Hernández, es un caso más de humanidad”, resaltó el abogado. Mientras tanto, Güereca lanza un sentido clamor a los magistrados estadounidenses: “Yo a esos jueces que van a tomar el caso les ruego, les suplico que me ayuden con lo de mi hijo; este señor (Mesa) se ensañó con mi hijo; es una persona muy mala”, dijo Güereca. Como antecedente del caso, en diciembre del año pasado, el exdirector de investigaciones internas de la Oficina de Aduanas y Protección Fronteriza (CBP, por sus siglas en inglés) James Tomsheck, afirmó en un documento presentado ante la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Estados Unidos que el agente de la Patrulla Fronteriza Jesús Mesa Jr. debería rendir cuentas ante la justicia por la muerte de Sergio Adrián Hernández. Tomsheck dijo en su informe que el entrenamiento inadecuado y las revisiones deficientes de antecedentes han dado como resultado un ambiente en el que los agentes de la Patrulla

“Yo a esos jueces que van a tomar el caso les ruego, les suplico que me ayuden con lo de mi hijo, este señor (Mesa) se ensañó con mi hijo; es una persona muy mala” Guadalupe Güereca EL ÚLTIMO ADIÓS a Sergio Adrián Hernández Güereca, de 15 años de edad, quien murió el 7 de junio de 2010 en el lado mexicano de la frontera con Estados Unidos, tras los disparos de un agente estadounidense. EFE Cabe destacar que no se ha llevado a cabo hasta el momento votación alguna sobre el caso de Sergio Adrián Hernández dentro del pleno de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Estados Unidos. A este panorama habría que sumarle la posibilidad de que un noveno magistrado se incorpore a la discusión del caso si el Senado llega a aprobar el nombramiento de Neil Gorsuch, candidato propuesto por el presidente Donald Trump para ocupar el puesto del fallecido juez Antonin Scalia. Hipotéticamente, en caso de someterse a una votación, el sufragio de Gorsuch rompería el empate y sería definitorio en el caso de la muerte del menor juarense. Lo cual pudiera sentar un precedente legal dentro de las relaciones binacionales entre Estados Unidos y México. Para el abogado José Luis Muñoz, quien forma parte del equipo legal que representa a la familia de Hernández, el caso de Sergio Adrián es muy importante dado el clima político que se vive actualmente en Estados Unidos. “Es un reto establecer la protección de inmi-

Madre de Sergio Adrián Hernández

Fronteriza usan fuerza letal innecesaria, lo anterior según información dada a conocer por la agencia de noticias Associated Press. Ramiro Cordero, portavoz de la Patrulla Fronteriza en el sector de El Paso, declinó hacer dar declaraciones sobre el caso a AL DÍA News ya que este se encuentra aún en litigio. Respecto a la capacitación de los agentes adscritos a la Patrulla Fronteriza, Cordero comentó que, al igual que otras corporaciones a nivel nacional, ha tenido muchos avances. “El entrenamiento que tenemos es de los mejores a nivel mundial y tenemos nuevas herramientas que nos ayudan a realizar mejor nuestro trabajo,” comentó Cordero. El sector de El Paso de la Patrulla Fronteriza incluye aproximadamente a 2.200 agentes para vigilar unas 286 millas lineales de la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México, abarcando los estados de Nuevo México y parte de Texas, de acuerdo a información proporcionada por Cordero. n Para ver más noticias nacionales visite nuestra web

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“Todo el mundo necesita un soundtrack, una música que le dé energía para seguir luchando”

En su nuevo álbum, “Querido Mundo”, la cantante de origen puertorriqueño Ani Cordero ha convertido su música en una forma de conectar con sus raíces y de denunciar las injusticias sociales en Estados Unidos. ANDREA RODÉS

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acida en Boston, de padres puertorriqueños, la cantante y baterista Ani Cordero tiene muy claro lo que pretende conseguir con sus canciones: denunciar las injusticias sociales y despertar la conciencia política de los estadounidenses. Así lo pudieron comprobar quienes asistieron el pasado 5 de marzo a su concierto en el Calvary Center de Filadelfia, donde la artista presentó su nuevo álbum: Querido Mundo. “Antes tocaba más rock, pero ahora estoy más enfocada en explorar las raíces de mi cultura, mezclando ritmos latinos con la protesta política”, explica Ani Cordero por Skype desde su apartamento en Brooklyn, Nueva York, donde reside. Su interés por el activismo político no es nuevo. READ IN Ani estudió Ciencias PolítiENGLISH cas en Atlanta, donde tuvo de profesor a un sobrino de NEWS.com/OPINION Salvador Allende, el presidente chileno derrocado en el golpe de estado de Pinochet. “En sus clases fui entendiendo cuan cruel puede llegar a ser una situación política, y cómo la gente puede cambiar de forma extrema para proteger a su familia o a su país”, explica la cantante. En los últimos cuatro años, Ani ha vivido con mezcla de rabia y asombro el auge de la corrupción y los ataques a las libertades políticas en Estados Unidos. Le preocupan sobre todo los abusos policiales contra afroamericanos. “En este país la policía sigue matando a personas afroamericanas y a pesar de llegar a un juicio, nunca llegan a ser declarados culpables,”, se lamenta. Con la llegada de Donald Trump y su dis-


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curso anti-inmigración, Ani teme que la situación irá a peor. “En estos momentos la situación es grave, debería interesarnos a todos”, añade, en tono preocupado. La artista ha querido dejar huella de su activismo político en la letra de las canciones de su nuevo álbum, “Querido Mundo”, a la vez que exploraba en la música tradicional de Puerto Rico y Latinoamérica. “Predominan los ritmos de percusión caribeña –congas, bongos y claves– , pero también hay ritmos andinos,” explica la cantante, de 43 años. Ani vivió la mayor parte de su infancia y juventud en Atlanta (Georgia), aunque sus padres la enviaban todas las Navidades y veranos a casa de los abuelos, en Puerto Rico, donde se empapó de la cultura y la música local. “Mi familia lleva la música en la sangre,” recuerda la artista, que a los 8 años ya quería tocar la batería. “Mi padre toca la mandolina y mi madre la guitarra. En Puerto Rico los dos eran miembros de la tuna de la Universidad de San Juan”, explica. Sus hermanos también tocan instrumentos, y la familia sigue juntándose a menudo para tocar y festejar juntos. “A los puertorriqueños nos encanta la música, ya se sabe,” explica Cordero, sonriente. Sus padres siempre la han apoyado en su carrera musical, admite. A los quince años, Cordero se compró su primera batería con el dinero ahorrado haciendo de babysitter y “nunca me lo reprocharon, aunque la batería no fuera muy típico para un chica”, recuerda. No fue hasta la universidad que Ani empezó a tomarse la música más en serio. En la facultad, Ani formó un grupo de indie-rock con otras compañeras de clase –ella era la baterista– y poco después de graduarse tuvieron la suerte de una discográfica les público un álbum enseguida. Desde entonces, Cordero se ha dedicado a la música, primero desde Atlanta, y más tarde desde Nueva York, donde ha ido consolidándose como cantautora Latina de protesta social. “Parte de mi trabajo como artista es llamar la atención sobre los temas de injusticia social que acaban enfrentando a los diferentes grupos de la sociedad. Me gusta tratar la música como una plataforma de diálogo. Todo el mundo necesita un soundtrack, una música que te dé energía para seguir luchando.” Según Cordero, el público que suele acudir a sus conciertos es una mezcla de

jóvenes Latinos nacidos en Estados Unidos, como ella, y norteamericanos blancos interesados por su trabajo musical. “Pero está claro que todos los que vienen saben que van a escuchar algo político. Ya no me puedo morder más la lengua,” dice. A pesar de que su música queda lejos del mainstream Latino, dominado por el Pop o el Reggaetón, y que probablemente nunca llenará estadios, Cordero está contenta de poder haber llegado hasta aquí. “En Estados Unidos hay buenas oportunidades para ser músico, aunque seas Latino. No sé si soy un ejemplo para la comunidad hispana, pero al menos creo que al menos sí lo soy para las mujeres. En el mundo de la música en general hay pocas mujeres, aún menos latinas y bateristas, como yo”, sonríe. Acto seguido, Ani recuerda que cuando era pequeña su tío la llevó al centro comercial Las Américas, el más grande de la capital de Puerto Rico, y

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ella se puso a tocar la batería expuesta en una tienda. Todo el mundo se la quedó mirando: “Una niña tocando la batería”, decían. “Para ser músico –hombre o mujer- el único secreto es coger el instrumento y ensayar. El talento lo llevamos todos, y se desarrolla trabajando,”añade. Estos días, Ani se dedica a preparar la gira de presentación de su nuevo álbum, que empezó en Nueva York y finalizará en Atlanta, si todo va bien. No suele tocar en clubes de rock convencionales, sino en centros con un programa social activo, que le permitan quedarse charlando con el público y otros activistas cuando termina el show. “Mis conciertos son un diálogo entre el público y yo. ¡Pero también se baila!”, concluye. ■

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L DÍA estrena su rincón de recomendaciones musicales, exponiendo lo mejor de la música latinoamericana actual. Estos son los 5 artistas que deberías estar escuchando, y nuestra selección particular de sus canciones. Cuando hablamos de música latina, solemos traer a colación ejemplos tradicionales como los ritmos caribeños: el reggaeton, la salsa, el son cubano y el samba. Asimismo, cuando pensamos en los representantes de la música latina, inmediatamente mencionamos a aquellos que son invitados a las grandes galas musicales y que suelen reducirse a categorías más bien ajustadas. Este nuevo espacio de AL DÍA pretende rescatar y arrojar luz sobre los nuevos talentos musicales latinoamericanos que se mueven en circuitos independientes y que están dando de qué hablar. Cada semana compartiremos cinco nuevos artistas y recomendaremos una de sus canciones, formando el Playlist de AL DÍA.

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Molina y los Cósmicos es el nombre de la agrupación del cantautor uruguayo Nicolás Molina y quienes le acompañan frecuentemente: Martín Méndez, Ignacio Vitancurt, Sebastián Arruti, Andrés Mastrangelo y Emma Ralph. El proyecto surge en Castillos (Uruguay) y mutaría a un ensamble folk una vez Molina se hubiese mudado a España. En el camino del sol es una fusión perfecta del lirismo latinoamericano con la música independiente española y el toque folk texano de El Cósmico.

GINA CHÁVEZ

Siete-D (Mexico-Americana) Gina Chávez es una cantante bilingüe de folk latino, nacida en Austin (Texas) en 1982. Ha sido galardonada con premios como el Austin Music Award y el Austin Musician of the Year. Interpretando públicamente desde el 2004, Chávez es un ícono de la mixtura cultural americana y lo hace evidente en sus composiciones. Hija de mexicano y suizo-alemana, Chávez logra mezclar en sus composiciones desde la cumbia y el bossa nova hasta el folk y el reggaeton, siempre combinando su voz con el contenido crítico social.

BORAJ Mía (Chile)

Boraj es un proyecto fundado en Santiago de Chile en diciembre del 2013 y encabezado por Felipe Markmann, Nico Rosenberg y Francisco Ruiz-Tangle. Su primer EP “Cambiar de Aire” fue lanzado en 2014 y contó con composiciones caseras con gran carga emotiva. Tras debutar en varios circuitos nacionales, Boraj actualmente cuenta con un álbum grabado en el Sello Parra, y que combina el post-rock y el folk, con una raíz acústica que se transforma a través de las armonías vocales.

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DAYMÉ AROCENA Madres (Cuba)

Esta cantante cubana de 22 años es el talento de la fusión latin-jazz más promisoria del momento. Con su carismática, potente y devota voz, Arocena combina el academicismo con la cultura afrocubana. Su potente voz le permitió destacar desde el principio, uniéndose en 2010 al quinteto de jazz fusión Sursum Corda, viajando por Noruega y Nicaragua. Arocena colaboró con la organización Havana Cultura y posteriormente se sumaría al catálogo del sello de Giles Peterson Brownswood Recordings que daría origen a “The Havana Cultura Sessions”. Tras recorrer escenarios internacionales, Arocena debutó como solista a través de su disco “Nueva Era”, señalado por la National Public Radio como uno de los mejores 50 álbumes del año 2015, siendo un disco que pone de manifiesto la versatilidad del estereotipo de la música cubana, y que la ha transformado en una de las representantes de la vanguardia musical del país.


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ESCRITOR MEXICANO JORDI Soler presenta “El cuerpo eléctrico”, novela que sitúa en una época en la que Estados Unidos vivía el florecimiento de un “capitalismo salvaje” que explica el hecho de que, años después, un personaje como Donald Trump haya podido llegar a la Casa Blanca, asegura el autor mexicano. EFE

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ordi Soler presenta “El cuerpo eléctrico”, novela que se sitúa en una época en la que Estados Unidos vivía el florecimiento de un “capitalismo salvaje”, que explica el hecho de que, años después, un personaje como Donald Trump haya podido llegar a la Casa Blanca, asegura el autor mexicano. “Si no se está al tanto de lo que pasaba en EE.UU. en el siglo XIX no se entiende el fenómeno de Trump, cómo es que un ‘showman’, un payaso, puede llegar a la Presidencia”, afirma el autor (La Portuguesa, Veracruz, 1963), recordando que el magnate invirtió “su dinero y su poder” para llegar a la Casa Blanca. La novela cuenta la historia de Cristino Lobatón, un diputado mexicano que ve en la liliputiense Lucía Zárate una oportunidad para hacer fortuna en el país vecino y, más tarde, se involucra en el mundo del tráfico de opio. Zárate, que sí fue un personaje real y fascinó a los estadounidenses de la época con su pequeño tamaño, fue solo el punto de partida para crear a su alrededor una historia más compleja en la que Lobatón, sacado de la imaginación de Soler, reflejaría lo que estaba ocurriendo en EE.UU. en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX. “Lobatón en la tierra del capitalismo salvaje podía conseguirlo todo, en ese país si tienes dinero y poder puedes ser incluso el presidente de ese país, como lo ha demostrado Trump”, señala el escritor. Si se tiene en cuenta que “la forma de ser de los países es una construcción”, dentro de EE.UU. “se inventó la tierra donde todo vale”: “Cuando son ricos pueden comprar todo, todo está permitido, por eso es un territorio radicalmente distinto del mundo hispano”. En México, por ejemplo, sería “difícil” que ocurriera algo

semejante, porque “al ser un país católico y afrancesado la relación con el dinero era desde el judeocristianismo”, y se tenía de él una percepción más negativa. “El cuerpo eléctrico” narra cómo Lobatón se da cuenta de que puede aprovechar el tren que usa para los traslados de su espectáculo circense para mover el opio a lo largo del país con la ayuda de un grupo de chinos. En esa época, “el opio no era un tema de salud pública, era un tema de racismo, lo que molestaba en realidad eran los chinos”, defiende el también autor de “Ese príncipe que fui” y “Diles que son cadáveres”. Afirma que “a los gobiernos de los estados les daba igual que los hombres de los poblados se idiotizaran con el opio, les daba igual, el problema era que estaban beneficiando a los chinos”. Soler vuelve a ver en este sentido un paralelismo con lo que ocurre en la actualidad, ya que “de pronto el problema de EE.UU. son los inmigrantes en general, concretamente los mexicanos; es un delirio del tamaño del racismo contra los chinos en el siglo XIX”. Actualmente, además, ha habido un “revival de los opiáceos; hay una plaga en EE.UU. y Canadá de chicos con sobredosis”. “Había en Twitter un chiste que decía ‘dejen que Trump construya su muro, en una semana todos los adictos con mono lo van a tirar para que pueda pasar la droga’. Y no es tan chiste”, señala el autor. Soler vive en Barcelona, pero lleva un año residiendo temporalmente en Canadá, desde donde ha seguido de cerca lo que está ocurriendo en EE.UU. porque le parece “apasionante”: “Repugnante también, pero es un episodio, un momento histórico muy interesante”. n

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Cuéntanos de tu carrera actual. ¿Cómo llegaste hasta allí? ctualmente trabajo en PECO. Soy parte del equipo de relaciones corporativas, un grupo bastante pequeño pero muy dinámico que administra un poco más de US$6 millones anuales para patrocinar a 300 organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro de la región. ¿Cuál es la parte más gratificante de tu carrera? Mi carrera cambia día a día, pero lo más importante que es que incidmos constantemente en la vida de individuos y organizaciones de la ciudad. Y no solo eso, también el hecho de conocer personas y aprender de ellas. Logro escuchar sus historias, conocer estudiantes que han recibido esa beca, conocer al director ejecutivo de una ONG que ha tenido un evento para familias del barrio que no lo habrían tenido sin ese financiamiento. Para mí ese es el aspecto más gratificante. ¿Qué soñabas hacer de niña? ¿Por qué? Diría que cuando niña tuve una visión de las cosas en las que estaba interesada que es bastante parecida a lo que hago actualmente. Así que aún cuando no tengo exactamente esos títulos que solía enlistar, hay muchos aspecREAD IN tos de ellos que poseo hoy. Pero no ENGLISH creo que realmente estuviera intereNEWS.com/OPINION sada en hacer todas esas cosas, sino que de alguna manera son aspectos de mi trabajo que han conjugado el ser creativo con hacer algo en lo que se cree, y creo que por eso estoy contenta con todo. ¿Qué mujer te inspira actualmente? ¿Por qué? La mujer que más me ha inspirado en mi vida es mi madre Jenine. Ella ha sido una fuerza digna de reconocer. Es fuerte y gentil al mismo tiempo, algo con lo que las mujeres se pueden identificar en general. A la edad de 24 años ella estaba sometiéndose a la quimioterapia. Es una superviviente 16 / MARZO 8 - 15, 2017 / ALDÍAnews.com

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del cáncer. No tengo idea de cómo lo logró, pero lo hizo. Y es porque siempre tuvo ese tipo de visión a largo plazo en la cabeza, y todos los días era capaz de sobrevivir porque se recordaba a sí misma la meta. Creo que es algo que yo también hago. ¿Cómo te han forjado las mujeres en tu vida? Una de las cosas más locas que mi madre me dijo alguna vez fue “haz algo que ames hacer”. Me doy cuenta ahora de lo radical que puede ser esa idea. Hay tantos jóvenes que conozco que dicen “quiero trabajar en algo que produzca mucho dinero” o “quiero hacer algo que me haga notorio”, pero ninguna de esas cosas se compaginan con algo que aman. Si estás haciendo algo que amas, entonces vivir de ello y hacerte un nombre vendrá solo. ¿Quiénes fueron tus mentores? Mi primer mentor fuera de casa fue una profesora del colegio, su nombre es Kass y solía volverme loca. Yo juraba que era gritona, bulliciosa, y sencillamente pensaba “esta profesora está demasiado loca”. Pero poco a poco me fue ganando y creo que poco a poco yo también me gané su cariño. Fue en mi último año de colegio, cuando ella organizó a los profesores para que, a través de una venta de tortas, pudieran recolectar el dinero que necesitaba para acceder a actividades a las que no podía. Ella me enseñó que está bien recibir, y que hay muchas maneras de dar a cambio. ¿Quién ha sido la mujer más influyente en tu vida? Quienes me inspiran son quienes conocí en la escuela. Eran todas latinas que estaban metidas en algo, estaban construyendo la fuerza para sí mismas. Eso fue inspirador. Éramos muy parecidas, todas trabajando por lo mismo. Una de mis metas personales es asegurar que nos reconozcamos los unos a los otros y enfocarnos en nuestra labor como servidores. ¿Qué significa para ti ser latina en tu área? ¿Sueles ser la única mujer o latina en la sala? Frecuentemente suelo ser la única latina, la única joven y/o la única mujer, y es algo que suelo identificar. Es una línea muy delgada, un balance difícil de mantener porque aunque te representas a ti misma en ese momento o a tu organización, de una u otra manera funcionas también como símbolo. A menudo conozco personas que nunca han conocido a alguien de ascendencia latina. Y de repente tu comportamiento se transforma en algo observado con detenimiento e incluso juzgado, entonces cuando te encuentras en ese espacio es ciento por ciento necesario que tengas tanta seguridad en ti misma como competencia laboral, porque puedes ser la persona más competente que haya pero si no confías en eso, nadie lo verá jamás. ¿Qué consejo profesional le darías a las mujeres jóvenes? Mi consejo a las jóvenes latinas es que deben ser tan audaces como ambiciosas, sobre todo en Filadelfia. Cada latina que conozco tiene un sueño. Nunca les falta ambición. Lo que he descubierto es que dentro de esa cultura nos falta educación –para con las jóvenes – sobre la audacia de lograr las metas. Porque si tengo una ambición pero mi audacia no existe, es un poco como un árbol que se desploma en el bosque, nadie sabrá que lo tienes. ■

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¿Qué mujer la inspira actualmente y por qué? Tengo dos: Lorena Marshall Blake, que es mi vicepresidenta de Asuntos con la Comunidad, y Sheila Hess, que solía ser mi superior, y ahora trabaja en la alcaldía de Filadelfia. Son mujeres impresionantes. ¿De qué forma han marcado las mujeres su vida? Las mujeres que han estado en mi vida me ha enseñado prácticamente todo lo que sé, me han enseñado a distinguir entre lo bueno y lo malo, a ser una persona correcta. Esto tiene que ver con mi mamá, ella me enseñó una de las mejores lecciones de vida: sentir orgullo de quien soy. Eso es muy valioso en estos días en que los estándares de belleza y éxito son tan altos e irreales. ¿Quiénes han sido sus mentores? Extraoficialmente, Lorena y Sheila. Veo a Lorena cada día. Veo lo que hace y lo que ella significa para la gente cada día. A Shelia la veo cada día en las redes sociales y nos escribimos mensajes a diario. Creo que son mis “mentoras” no oficiales, a pesar de estar separada de ellas y del trabajo que hacen. ¿Quién ha sido la mujer más influyente en su vida? Definitivamente, mi madre fue quien me enseñó a ser lo que soy. Mi hermana pequeña es una inspiración para mí. Las dos me han inspirado porque siempre han estado ahí. Siempre me han apoyado. ¿Qué significa ser latina en su sector? ¿Cómo se siente por ser habitualmente la única mujer, o única latina, en la oficina? Creo que nunca le he dado mucha importancia a este detalle porque suele haber tantas mujeres en la oficina que diría que nuestro trabajo está claramente dominado por mujeres. Ser latina en este sector y hacer mi trabajo es solo una muestra de que hay otra gente como yo. Hay al menos una persona como yo. Hay gente ahí fuera haciendo cosas buenas y me sirve para ponerla de ejemplo a la comunidad. ¿Qué consejo profesional daría a las mujeres más jóvenes? Les diría que construyan relaciones. Que no hagan networking solo con el fin de hacer networking, o porque es lo que se supone que tienen que hacer, o porque solo quiere ir y recoger tarjetas de visita y estrechar manos. ¿Cuál cree que es la barrera más grande para el liderazgo femenino? Supongo que siempre ha existido el concepto o asunción errónea de que una mujer no puede ser líder porque en algún punto va a querer irse y formar una familia, y nunca va a regresar al trabajo. Pero yo creo que las mujeres lo hacen constantemente. Se casan, tienen bebés y cuando vuelven al trabajo todavía son líderes. En mi sector tenemos un buen puñado de mujeres líderes, en mi empresa las veo constantemente. ¿Qué puede hacerse para incrementar el número de latinas en su industria? Creo que asistir a las ferias de educación, ferias de trabajo. Ir a diferentes eventos como el que tendrá lugar el próximo 12 de abril, así como a otras actividades relacionadas, que le permitan conocer quién es quién en su comunidad, las empresas de su comunidad, las organizaciones de su comunidad. ¿Algun talento o hobby secreto? No creo que tengamos ningún talento o hobbie secreto más allá de entrenar y trabajar. Lo haces porque lo tienes que hacer, y porque ya no no eres una jovencita, y ya no puedes comer todo lo que quieras. ¿El trabajo comunitario? Voy a trabajar en la comunidad. Iré a ayudar a la Escuela Shepherd. Como responsable de la Blue Crew, de nuestro programa de voluntarios en el IBC, siempre permito que otra gente se posicione. ■ ALDÍAnews.com / MARZO 8 -15, 2017 / 17


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PHILADELPHIA GAS WORKS NOTICE OF PROPOSED GAS COST RATE DECREASE To Our Customers: As part of its annual Gas Cost Rate (GCR) filing, Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) is filing a request with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) to decrease the GCR portion of your bill effective September 1, 2017. Customers are notified of the annual rate increase or decrease by providing this notice for the annual GCR filing on March 1. PGW is requesting a projected rate decrease of $0.1278 per one thousand cubic feet (Mcf) based upon a comparison between the GCR effective March 1, 2017 ($4.9430 per Mcf) and the projected rate in its annual GCR filing ($4.8152 per Mcf). This notice describes PGW’s gas cost rate request, the PUC’s role, and what actions you can take. The GCR is designed to recover the cost of natural gas that PGW purchases from gas suppliers and does not include a profit margin. The rate will be recalculated to show actual costs on a quarterly basis. Customers are notified of this quarterly rate recalculation by a message on each customer’s bill after the dates of each quarterly filing. The quarterly filing dates are March 1, June 1, September 1, and December 1. The rate may change if the recalculated rate is different by more than 2% from the rate that is approved. PGW Gas Cost Rate Decrease PGW has requested an overall rate decrease of approximately $4.5 million per year. If PGW’s entire request is approved, the total bill for a typical General Service (GS) Residential Heating Customer using 76 thousand cubic feet (Mcf) of natural gas per year would decrease from $100.34 to $99.49 per month or by approximately 0.8%. The total bill for a typical GS Commercial Heating Customer using 332 Mcf of natural gas per year would decrease from $354 to $350 per month or by approximately 1.0%. The total bill for a typical GS Industrial Heating Customer using 717 Mcf of natural gas per year would decrease from $771 to $764 per month or by approximately 1.0%. The total bill for a typical Municipal Service (MS) Heating Customer using 1,192 Mcf of natural gas per year would decrease from $1,078 to $1,065 per month or by approximately 1.2%.

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REQUEST FOR BIDS The Pennsylvania Convention Center advises that it will receive bids from qualified proposers for the following: Contractor shall provide bids for SOFTWARE and HARDWARE SUPPORT for BLUECOAT PACKETSHAPER at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Bids will be received at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107-2299 until 4:00 PM EST on Thursday, March 23, 2017. Bid documents may be obtained on the web on and after Thursday, March 9, 2017 at: https://www.paconvention.com/about/purchasing-bids-rfps This advertisement does not constitute an offer on the part of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Rather it is intended only to solicit Bids. The PCC reserves the right to reject any and all Bids. Any questions may be directed to Frank Caracino, Purchasing Manager at fcaracino@paconvention.com or 215-418-4790.

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The total bill for a typical Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) Heating Customer using 294 Mcf of natural gas per year would decrease from $302 to $299 per month or by approximately 1.0%. To find out your customer class or how the requested decrease may affect GS, MS, and PHA bills, contact PGW at 215-235-1000. The rates requested by PGW may be found in PGW Gas Service Tariff Number 2. You may examine the material filed with the PUC, which explains the requested decrease and the reasons for it. A copy of this material is kept at PGW’s Main Office at 800 W. Montgomery Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, and can be reviewed Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is also available at www.pgworks.com. The PUC’s Role The PUC is the state agency that approves rates for PGW. The PUC will examine the requested rate decrease and can prevent existing rates from changing until it investigates the request. PGW must prove that the requested rates are reasonable. After examining the evidence, the PUC may grant all, some, or none of the request. The PUC may change the amount of the rate decrease requested by PGW for each customer class. As a result, the rate charged to you may be different than the rate requested by PGW and shown above. Actions You Can Take to Challenge PGW’s Request to Decrease its Rates 1. You can file a formal complaint. If you want a hearing before a judge, you must file a formal complaint. By filing a formal complaint, you assure yourself the opportunity to take part in hearings about the rate decrease request. All complaints should be filed with the PUC before September 1, 2016. If no formal complaints are filed, the Commission may grant all, some, or none of the request without holding a hearing before a judge. 2. You can send the PUC a letter telling why you object to the requested rate decrease. Sometimes there is information in these letters that makes the PUC aware of problems regarding PGW’s service or management. This information can be helpful when the PUC investigates the rate request. Send your letter or request for a formal or informal complaint form to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, Post Office Box 3265, Harrisburg, PA 17105-3265. Complaint forms can also be accessed at the PUC Website in Adobe Acrobat Format: http://www. puc.state.pa.us/general/onlineforms/pdf/official_complaint_form_final.pdf You may also call the PUC at 1-800-692-7380.

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F01605916 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o’clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF’S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Municipality of Oaklyn Borough, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 108 Evergreen Avenue Being Tax Lot: 14, Block: 604 Dimensions approximately: 25.00’ x 100.00’ Nearest Cross Street: 425.00’ from Northeasterly corner of Front Street SUPERIOR INTERESTS (if any): All unpaid municipal taxes, assessments and liens; Any set of facts which an accurate survey would disclose; Any restrictions or covenants on record which run with the land; rights of the United states of America, if any; Any Condominium lien priority, if any; Any outstanding PUD or Homeowner’s Associations dues or fees, if any; Any occupants or persons in possession of the property, if any; Additional municipal charges, liens, taxes or tax sale certificates and insurance if any. WOODLYNNE BORO- TAXES-ATR #1- 2017 holds a claim for taxes due and/or other municipal utilities such as water and/or sewer in the amount of $1,146.17 as of 01/03/2017. COLLINGSWOOD BORO- WATER ACCT $5547 holds a claim for taxes due and/or other municipal utilities such as water and/or sewer in the amount of $83.34 as of 01/03/2017. US BANK FOR PC6, STERLING NATIO-CERT # 16-00097 holds a tax sale certificate in the amount of $533.68 as of 01/03/2017. The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice through publication. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

“APPROXIMATELY” $92,930.15 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus if any. Seized as the property of: TIMOTHY E. ALBERT, ET AL, taken in execution of BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. GILBERT L. “WHIP” WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff’s Number: 17000424 DATED: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 POWERS KIRN, LLC 728 MARNE HIGHWAY, SUITE 200 MOORESTOWN, NJ 08057 $169.92

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F00117415 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15th Day of JANUARY, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Municipality of BERLIN, County of Camden and State of New Jersey Premises commonly known as: 194 HADDON AVENUE, BERLIN Being Tax Lot: 3 Block: 615 Dimensions approximately : 75 x 93 x 25 x 100 x .217 Nearest Cross Street: FRANKLIN AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. SUBJECT TO ANY UNPAID TAXES, MUNICIPAL LIENS OR OTHER CHARGES, AND ANY SUCH TAXES, CHARGES, LIENS, INSURANCE PREMIUMS OR OTHER ADVANCES MADE BY PLAINTIFF PRIOR TO THIS SALE, ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE TO CONDUCT AND RELY UPON THEIR OWN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION TO ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT ANY OUTSTANDING INTEREST REMAIN OF RECORD AND/OR HAVE PRIORITY OVER THE LIEN BEING FORECLOSED AND, IF SO THE CURRENT AMOUNT DUE THEREON. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $136,870.88 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: EILEEN D. BOYLE, ET AL, and taken in execution of NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000404 Dated: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 RAS CITRON LAW OFFICES 130 CLINTON ROAD, STE 202 FAIRFIELD NJ 07004 $149.76

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F1576610 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Municipality of BELL MAWR COUNTY OF CAMDEN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY Premises commonly known as: 1167 LUCILLE AVENUE, BELLMAWR, NJ 08031 Being Tax Lot: 11 Block: 3 Dimensions approximately : 12 FEET WIDE BY 143 FEET LONG 51x143T Nearest Cross Street: COUNTY ROAD 551 SPUR THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. *SUBJECT TO ANY UNPAID TAXES, MUNICIPAL LIENS OR OTHER CHARGES, AND ANY SUCH TAXES, CHARGES, LIENS, INSURANCE PREMIUMS OR OTHER ADVANCES MADE BY PLAINTIFF PRIOR TO THIS SALE, ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE TO CONDUCT AND RELY UPON THEIR OWN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION TO ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT ANY OUTSTANDING INTEREST REMAIN OF RECORD AND/OR HAVE PRIORITY OVER THE LIEN BEING FORECLOSED AND, IF SO THE CURRENT AMOUNT DUE THEREON. The judgement sought to besatisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $356,715.60 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: MICHAEL WATTS, ET AL, and taken in execution of DITECH FINANCIAL LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000845 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 RAS CITRON LAW OFFICES 130 CLINTON ROAD, STE 202 FAIRFIELD NJ 07004 $149.76

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F02346314 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22nd Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in BOROUGH OF LINDENWOLD, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 1304 SCOTT AVENUE, LINDENWOLD NJ 08021-3741 Being Tax Lot: 15 Block: 202 on the Official Tax Map of the BOROUGH OF LINDENWOLD Dimensions approximately: 100FT X 50FT X 100 FT X 50 FT Nearest Cross Street: 9TH AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $182,596.66 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: ADELSO DEJESUS, ET AL, and taken in execution of FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000498 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 PHELAN, HALLINAN DIAMOND & JONES P.C. 400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD, SUITE 100 MT LAUREL NJ 08054 $158.40

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F04564413 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in COUNTY OF CAMDEN, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 206 HIDDEN DRIVE, BLACKWOOD, NJ 08081 Being Tax Lot: 4 Block: 14405 Dimensions Approximately: 24 X 124 Nearest Cross Street: SITUATED IN THE NORTHEASTERLY LINE OF HIDDEN DRIVE WITH THE NEAREST CROSS STREET BEING TROUT ROAD The sale is subject to unpaid taxes and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. Pursuant to NJSA 46:8B-21 the sale may also be subject to the limited lien priority of any condominium/homeowner association liens which may exist. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F010822316 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in THE CITY OF CAMDEN, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 1340 KAIGHN AVENUE, CAMDEN, NJ 08103 Being Tax Lot: 36 Block: 1294 F/K/A Lot 36, Block 877 Dimensions Approximately: 55.54 X 63.22 X 84.15 Nearest Cross Street: SITUATED ON ON KAIGHN AVE, NEAR HADDON AVE The sale is subject to unpaid taxes and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. Pursuant to NJSA 46:8B-21 the sale may also be subject to the limited lien priority of any condominium/homeowner association liens which may exist. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: BRUCE MASON, ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000666 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 SHAPIRO & DENARDO, LLC 14000 COMMERCE PARKWAY, SUITE B MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $144.00

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: FREDDY A. GOMEZ, AND MARILYN RIVERA, ET AL, and in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000643 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 SHAPIRO & DENARDO, LLC 14000 COMMERCE PARKWAY, SUITE B MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $144.00

"APPROXIMATELY" $234,404.43 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

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"APPROXIMATELY" $43,182.17 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED


SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Write of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F02171415 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o’clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF’s OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Township of Winslow, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 251 Cedarbrook Road, Sicklerville, NJ 08081 Being Tax Lot: 11, Block: 4603 Dimensions approximately: 1.91 acres Nearest Cross Street: Debras Lane The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice through publication. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is: “APPROXIMATELY” $202,833.69 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus or any part thereof, may file a motion pusuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: CHARLES J. TROST, III, ET AL, and taken in execution of U.S. BANK TRUST, N.A. GILBERT L. “WHIP” WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff’s Number: 17000474 DATED: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 KML LAW GROUP PC 216 HADDON AVENUE, SUITE 406 WESTMONT, NJ 08108 $118.08 SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERYDIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F00174716 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the City and Borough of Lindenwold, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 12 Tavistock Court, Lindenwold, NJ 08021 Being Tax Lot: 6, Block: 240.01 Dimensions approximately : 108x 45 x 45 x 114.70 x 84.31 x 98.43 Nearest Cross Street: Crossings Way THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $172,271.90 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: CARMETTA PEEBLES, ET AL, and taken in execution of NEW JERSEY HOUSING AND MORTGAGE FINANCE AGENCY GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000442 Dated: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 PLUESE, BECKER & SALTZMAN 20000 HORIZON WAY, SUITE 900 MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $141.12

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01654816 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in WATERFORD, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 631 5TH STREET, ATCO, NJ 08004 Being Tax Lot: 1 FKA 2 Block: 276 FKA 133 Dimensions approximately : .92 ACRES Nearest Cross Street: DENVER AVE A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES CAN BE FOUND IN THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF CAMDEN COUNTY. This sale is subject to unpaid taxes and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interests remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being foreclosed, and, if so, the current amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney.** The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F03467114 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF PENNSAUKEN, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 6134 FORREST AVENUE, PENNSAUKEN, NJ 08110 Being Tax Lot: 26 FKA 14 Block: 503 Dimensions approximately : 64 X 174 Nearest Cross Street: COVE ROAD Prior lien(s): 1ST QUARTER TAXES DUE IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,584.06 WATER account due in the amount of $67.21 County Sewer CCMUA figures in the amount of $527.14 Sewer Lien Redemption Figures in the amount of $1,341.80 *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: LESLIE B. WOODWARD, ET AL, and taken in execution of BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000459 Dated: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 MILSTEAD & ASSOCIATES, LLC 1 E. STOW ROAD MARLTON, NJ 08053 $167.04

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: DINORAH E. CASTILLO, ET AL, and taken in execution of DITECH FINANCIAL, LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000466 Dated: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 STERN LAVINTHAL FRANKENBERG, LLC 105 EISENHOWER PKWY, SUITE 302 ROSELAND, NJ 07068-9984 $167.04

"APPROXIMATELY" $280,257.49 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

"APPROXIMATELY" $315,224.60 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F01837815 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15TH Day of MARCH, 2016 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in MUNICIPALITY OF MT. EPHRAIM BOROUGH, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 1010 WEST KINGS HIGHWAY Being Tax Lot: 83 Block: 1.24 Dimensions approximately : 50 X 125 Nearest Cross Street: 50' FROM EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CLEVELAND AVENUE SUPERIOR INTERESTS (if any): all unpaid municipal taxes, assessments and liens; Any set of facts which an accurate survey would disclose; any restrictions or covenants on record which run with the land; Rights of the United States of America; if any; Any Condominium lien priority, if any; any outstanding PUD of Homeowner's Associations dues or fees, if any; additional municipal charges, liens, taxes or tax sale certificates and insurance, if any. CCMUA ACCT #250010402 holds a claim for taxes due and/ or other municipal utilities such as water and/or sewer in the amount of $440.00 as of 12/30/2016. MOUNT EPHRAIM BORO-TAXES-QTR 1 2017 holds a claim for taxes due and/or other municipal utilities such as water/sewer in the amount of $1,361.70 as of 12/30/2016. US BANK CUST PC6 STERLING NATL: CERT #15-00051 holds a claim for taxes due and/or other municipal utilities such as water and/or sewer in the amount of $532.23 as of 02/03/2017. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $201,846.35 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: BRIAN DAVIS, ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000377 Dated: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 POWERS KIRN LLC 728 MARNE HIGHWAY, SUITE 200 MOORESTOWN, NJ 08057 $181.44

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01044613 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5TH Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in BOROUGH PF HADDON HEIGHTS, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 19 8TH AVENUE, HADDON HEIGHTS, NJ 08035-1235 Being Tax Lot: 19 Block: 40 on the Official Tax Map of the BOROUGH OF HADDON HEIGHTS Dimensions approximately : 66.00FT X 200.00FT X 66.00FT X 200.00FT Nearest Cross Street: GREEN AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plain-iff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $471,882.55 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: CYNTHIA VERNAMONTI, ET AL, and taken in execution of MTGLQ INVESTROS, LP GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000831 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 PHELAN, HALLINAN DIAMOND & JONES P.C. 400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD, SUITE 100 MT LAUREL NJ 08054 $161.28

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01953816 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HILL County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 509 KRESSON ROAD, CHERRY HILL, NJ 08034 Being Tax Lot: 7 Block: 408.02 Dimensions approximately : 50' X 225' IRR Nearest Cross Street: COVERED BRIDGE ROAD Prior lien(s): 1ST QUARTER TAXES DUE IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,941.59 *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interest-d parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $480,469.82 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: DOUGLAS ARENA, ET AL, and taken in execution of FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000869 Dated: 03/14/2017,03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 STERN LAVINTHAL FRANKENBERG, LLC 105 EISENHOWER PKWY, SUITE 302 ROSELAND, NJ 07068-9984 $149.76

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F1346916 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th DAY OF APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in TWP OF CHERRY HILL, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 343 LINCOLN AVENUE NORTH, CHERRY HILL, NJ 08002 Being Tax Lot: 30 Block: 187.01 Dimensions approximately : 60 X 184 Nearest Cross Street: STATE STREET Beginning at a point in the easterly line of Lincoln Avenue (50 feet wide) said point being the following three courses from the intersection of the center line of Lincoln Avenue and the center line of State Street THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES TAXES OPEN + PENALTY $2,060.08 CCMUA OPEN + PENALTY $88.00 TOTAL AS OF February 3, 2017: $2,148.08 The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $419,534.01 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: DOLORES A. BRASWELL, ET AL, and taken in execution of NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000893 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD, P.C. 7 CENTURY DRIVE, SUITE 201 PARSIPPANY, NJ 07054 $146.88

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F00519816 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the BOROUGH OF LINDENWOLD, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 711 SCOTT AVENUE, LINDENWOLD, NJ 08021 Being Tax Lot: 21 Block: 192 Dimensions Approximately: 125 X 99.75 X 125 X 100.17 Nearest Cross Street: SITUATED ON THE SOUTHEASTERLY SIDE OF SCOTT AVENUE, 400 FEET FROM THE SOUTHWESTERLY SIDE OF SECOND AVENUE The sale is subject to unpaid taxes and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. Pursuant to NJSA 46:8B-21 the sale may also be subject to the limited lien priority of any condominium/homeowner association liens which may exist. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $257,453.61 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order direcing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: TERESA FUENTES, ET AL, and taken in execution of NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000680 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 SHAPIRO & DENARDO, LLC 14000 COMMERCE PARKWAY, SUITE B, MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $144.00

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F02919215 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o’clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF’S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey. The Property to be sold i located in the Township of Pennsauken, County of Camden, State of New Jersey, commonly known as 5420 Garfield Avenue, Pennsauken Township, NJ 08109 Tax Lot Number 11 in Block 5617 on the official Tax Map for the Lexington Boulevard Dimensions of Lot: Approximately: 80 x 100 Nearest Cross Street: Lexington Boulevard The above advertisement does not constitute a full legal description of the real estate. The full legal description may be found at the Office of the Sheriff during regular business hours. PRIOR LIENS/ ENCUMBRANCES: US Bank National Association, as Trustee, Successor in interest to Wachovia Bank, National Association as Trustee for GSAA Home Equity Trust 2005-14: $160,000.00 (original principal balance) TOTAL AS OF February 8, 2017: $160,000.00 SUBJECT TO ANY UNPAID TAXES, MUNICIPAL LIENS OR OTHER CHARGES, AND ANY SUCH TAXES, CHARGES, LIENS, INSURANCE PREMIUMS OR OTHER ADVANCES MADE BY PLAINTIFF PRIOR TO THIS SALE. ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE TO CONDUCT AND RELY UPON THEIR OWN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION TO ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT ANY OUTSTANDING INTEREST REMAIN OF RECORD AND/OR HAVE PRIORITY OVER THE LIEN BEING FORECLOSED AND, IF SO THE CURRENT AMOUNT DUE THEREON. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F1782116 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th DAY OF APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the TWP of PENNSAUKEN, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 4635 WOODLAND AVENUE, PENNSAUKEN, NJ 08110 Being Tax Lot: 16 Block: 5702 Dimensions approximately : 19 x 101 Nearest Cross Street: TERRACE AVENUE Beginning at a point in the northwest line of Woodland Avenue (formerly 40th Street) 120.21 feet Northeastfrom the intersection of the Northeast line of Terrace Avenue and the Northwest line of Woodland Avenue, said beginning point being the intersection of the said Northwest line of Woodland Avenue and the Northeast line of a 20 foot wide alley; thence THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES WATER OPEN + PENALTY $55.75 SEWER OPEN + PENALTY $51.50 CCMUA OPEN + PENALTY $450.43 2015 3rd PARTY CCMUA LIEN SOLD ON 10/06/16 CERT #16-00404 TOTAL AS OF January 25, 2017: $557.68 $129.91 The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

SURPLUS MONEY: I after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice through publication. Seized as the property of: DAWN M. BUTTERLY AKA DAWN M. KRAMER AND KARL KRAMER, ET AL, and taken in execution of GODY PROPS, LLC GILBERT L. “WHIP” WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff’s Number: 17000824 DATED: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 HLADIK, ORNATO & PEARLSTINE LLP 298 WISSAHICKON AVENUE NORTH WALES, PA 19454 $169.92

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: SCOTT. D. SMITH, ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000850 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD,P.C. 7 CENTURY DRIVE, SUITE 201 PARSIPPANY, NJ 07054 $164.16

“APPROXIMATELY” $87,828.91 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

"APPROXIMATELY" $57,180.45 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01580116 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Borough of Clementon, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 275 Berlin Road, Clementon, NJ 08021 Being Tax Lot: 44.01, Block: 89 Dimensions approximately: 150.03' x 150.00' 98.43 Nearest Cross Street: Clementon-Berlin Road THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $169,336.96 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: LISA M. PETITTE, ET AL, and taken in execution of NEW JERSEY HOUSING AND MORTGAGE FINANCE AGENCY GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000710 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 PLUESE, BECKER & SALTZMAN 20000 HORIZON WAY, SUITE 900 MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $129.60


SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F00858416 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in Gloucester, County of Camden, State of New Jersey Premises commonly known as: 48 Pennsylvania Avenue, Blackwood (Gloucester Township), NJ 08012 Being Tax Lot: 19 Block: 11703 Dimensions approximately: 50 x 100 Nearest Cross Street: East Lake Avenue A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES CAN BE FOUND IN THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF CAMDEN COUNTY SUBJECT TO ANY OPEN TAXES, WATER/SEWER, MUNICIPAL OR TAX LIENS THAT MAY BE DUE. PRIOR MORTGAGES AND/OR JUDGEMENTS: n/a THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $128,077.56 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: MICHAEL HARKINS, ET AL, and taken in execution of OCWEN LOAN SERVICING, LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000874 Dated: 03/14/17, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 URDEN LAW OFFICES, P.C. WOODCREST CORPORATE CENTER 111 WOODCREST ROAD, SUITE 200 CHERRY HILL, NJ 08003 $135.36

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F02585215 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5TH Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the BOROUGH OF SOMERDALE, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 11 EAST MAIDEN LANE, SOMERDALE, NEW JERSEY 08083 Being Tax Lot: 5.13 Block: 62 Dimensions Approximately: 50 x 100 x 50 x 100 Nearest Cross Street: SITUATED ON THE SOUTHEASTERLY SIDE OF MAIDEN LANE, 400 FEET FROM THE SOUTHWESTERLY SIDE OF OAKLAND AVENUE. The sale is subject to unpaid taxes and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. Pursuant to NJSA 46:8B-21 the sale may also be subject to the limited lien priority of any condominium/homeowner assoation liens which may exist. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $362,265.51 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: VALERIE BRAMBILLA, ET AL, and taken in execution of THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000786 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 SHAPIRO & DENARDO, LLC 14000 COMMERCE PARKWAY, SUITE B MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $144.00

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F05210214 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in CHERRY HILL, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 34 Green Vale AKA Greenvale Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 Being Tax Lot: #5, Block: # 467.04 Dimensions approximately : 55 X 124 Nearest Cross Street: FAWN DRIVE A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES CAN BE FOUND IN THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF CAMDEN COUNTY. This sale is subject to unpaid taxes and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interests remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being foreclosed, and, if so, the current amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney.** The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $273,975.60 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. **Subject to tax sale certificates #'s: 10-588($8,622.94), 11-519 ($4,814.88) 13-00323 ($201.26), 14-00677 ($489.69) Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: CATHY A. SHERRY, ET AL, and taken in execution of DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000764 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 MILSTEAD & ASSOCIATES, LLC 1 E. STOW ROAD MARLTON, NJ 08053 $167.04

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01034516 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22nd Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in CITY OF CAMDEN,County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 1581 PARK BOULEVARD, CAMDEN,NJ 08103 Being Tax Lot: 36, Block: 1268 Dimensions approximately : 22 FEET WIDE BY 121 FEET LONG Nearest Cross Street: WILDWOOD AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $115,762.37 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: PHENIZY R. RILEY, III AKA PHENIZY R. RILEY, ET AL, and taken in execution of MIDFIRST BANK GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000570 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 0321/2017 KML LAW GROUP, PC 216 HADDON AVENUE, SUITE 406 WESTMONT, NJ $123.84

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F03196813 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22nd Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Borough of Mount Ephraim, County of Camden State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 417 Lake Street, Mount Ephraim, NJ, 08059 Being Tax Lot: 6, Block: 240.01 Dimensions approximately: 54.85' x 225.00' x 28.25 x 100.00' x 26.40' x 125.00' Nearest Cross Street: Iodora Avenue THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $248,538.54 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: BUFFYANNE STOLTZ, ET AL, and taken in execution of NEW JERSEY HOUSING AND MORTGAGE FINANCE AGENCY GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000540 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 PLUESE, BECKER & SALTZMAN 20000 HORIZON WAY, SUITE 900 MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $132.48

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F02359214 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in THE CITY OF CAMDEN, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 440 Chambers Ave Being Tax Lot: 62, Block: 1409 Dimensions approximately: 16 X 98 M009 Nearest Cross Street: Berkley Street Subject to: Taxes current as of 1/31/2017- Sale subject to utilities, liens and interest since 1/31/2017. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $191,058.47 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: JAYSON E. BELFORT, ET AL, and taken in execution of EVERBANK GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000733 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 MCCABE, WEISBERG & CONWAY, P.C. 216 HADDON AVENUE, SUITE 201 WESTMONT, NJ 08108 $126.72

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F02259414 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22ND Day of OCTOBER, 2016 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the TOWNSHIP OF WINSLOW, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 558-A KALI ROAD, SICKLERVILLE, NJ 08081 Being Tax Lot: 3.01, Block: 604 Dimensions approximately: 55 X 264 Nearest Cross Street: SCENIC VIEW DRIVE Subject to: Tax sale Certificate No. 15- 00148, in the amount of $904.15 open plus interest after 1/31/2017; and Delinquent Water charges, in the amount of $323.40 open plus interest after 01/10/2017. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $177,075.30 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: GARY A. HIRD, JR., ET AL, and taken in execution of DITECH FINANCIAL LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000555 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 BUCKLEY MADOLE, P.C. 99 WOOD AVENUE SOUTH, SUITE 803 ISELIN, NJ 08830 $135.36

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F04986914 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22nd Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF HADDON, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 221 W KINGS HIGHWAY, AUDUBON, NJ 08106-1616 Being Tax Lot: 7, Block:93 on the Official Tax Map of the BOROUGH OF AUDUBON Dimensions approximately: 205.10FT X 60FT X 50.00FT X 180.00FT Nearest Cross Street: EIGHTH AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $180,553.42 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. ADVERTISE SUBJECT USA'S RIGHT OF REDEMPTION: Pursuant to 28, U.S.C. SECTION 2410, this sale is subject to a 120 day right of redemption held by the United States of America by virtue of the Internal Revenue Service Lien: i. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY - INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE versus LISBETH M. DELBIONDO, dated October 22, 2009 and recorded November 4, 2009 in Book 9128, Page 1716 in the amount of $25,395.87. Seized as the property of: LISBETH M. DEL BIONDO, ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000550 Dated: 02/28/17, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 PHELAN, HALLINAN DIAMOND & JONES P.C. 400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD, SUITE 100 MT LAUREL NJ 08054 $181.44

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F02006416 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22nd Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF HADDON, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 1210 GRANT AVENUE, HADDON TOWNSHIP, NJ 08107-1838 Being Tax Lot: 3, Block: 1.04 on the Official Tax Map of the TOWNSHIP OF HADDON Dimensions approximately : 88.79FT X 47.78FT X 18.38FT X 125.00FT X 50.00FT Nearest Cross Street: LAUREL AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $133,369.30 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. ADVERTISE SUBJECT USA'S RIGHT OF REDEMPTION: Pursuant to 28, U.S.C. SECTION 2410, this sale is subject to a 1 year right of redemption held by the United States of America by virtue of its Lien: DAVID C. REMBERT, JR to SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, dated April 28, 2015 executed May 5, 2015 and recorded June 12, 2015 in Book 10211, Page 309. To secure $23,426.50 Seized as the property of: DAVID C. REMBERT, JR., ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000628 Dated: 02/28/17, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 PHELAN, HALLINAN DIAMOND & JONES P.C. 400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD, SUITE 100 MT LAUREL NJ 08054 $181.44

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01779916 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF VOORHEES, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 1 Timberline Drive, Voorhees, NJ 08043 Being Tax Lot: 35, Block: 206.02 Dimensions approximately : 0.48AC Nearest Cross Street: Las Brisas Blvd Subject to Prior Mortgages and Judgements (if any): None THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $275,475.16 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: SUNG O. CHO, ET AL, and taken in execution of NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000747 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 0328/2017 KML LAW GROUP, PC 216 HADDON AVENUE, SUITE 406, WESTMONT, NJ $126.72

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F03331814 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22ND Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in MAGNOLIA BOROUGH, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 226 W WASHINGTON AVE MAGNOLIA, NJ 08049 Being Tax Lot: 4 Block: 1.15 Prior Lot: 4; Block: 2 Dimensions approximately : 50 x 150 Nearest Cross Street: Chestnut Avenue Other: There is an outstanding municipal, tax or other lien. Redemption figures have been requested. Sale is subject to said lien. Purchaser is responsible for obtaining full payoff/redemption amounts and knowingly bids subject to same.* *Plus interest on these figures through date of payoff and any and all subsequent taxes, water and sewer amounts. *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $214,755.12 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: EDWIN J. COMMISSO, ET AL, and taken in execution of HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000612 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 STERN LAVINTHAL FRANKENBERG, LLC 105 EISENHOWER PKWY, SUITE 302 ROSELAND, NJ 07068-9984 $172.88

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F03376115 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of April, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Township of Gloucester, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 11 Oriole Place GLOUCESTER Twp, NJ 08021 Tax Lot #6; Block #13602 Dimensions Approximately: 32' X 90 AV' Nearest Cross Street: Unknown Taxes: Current through 4th Quarter of 2016* Other: Lein# 16-00663 amount due to redeem Ceritficate is $767.12* (good through 2/21/17)* Property Maintenance Charges $174.50* There is outstanding municipal or tax lien. Redemption figures have been requested. Sale is subject to said lien. Purchaser is responsible fo obtaining full payoff/redemption amounts and knowingly bidssubject to same* *Plus interest on these figures through date of payoff and any and all subsequent taxes, water and sewer amounts. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES CAN BE FOUND IN THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF CAMDEN COUNTY. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is: "APPROXIMATELY"

$308,577.79 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: QUANDA DELOATCH, ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000888 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 STERN & EISENBERG, PC 1040 N. KINGS HIGHWAY, SUITE 407 CHERRY HILL, NJ 08034 $161.28

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F02016615 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22ND Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in Township of Gloucester, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 366 FENWAY LANE Being Tax Lot: 15 Block: 9204 Dimensions approximately : 92.80 X 120.43 Nearest Cross Street: ROBERTS DRIVE Subject to: TSC #16-00309 iao $405.78 as of 12/28/2016 Taxes current as of 1/25/2017-Sale subject to utilities, liens and interest since 1/25/2017. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $285,104.48 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: WILLIAM MANTINI, ET AL, and taken in execution of NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC DBA CHAMPION MORTGAGE COMPANY GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000562 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 MCCABE, WEISBERG & CONWAY, P.C. 216 HADDON AVENUE, SUITE 201 WESTMONT, NJ 08108 $132.48


SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F04105908 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o’clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF’S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HILL, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 101 LUCERNE BLVD., CHERRY HILL, NJ 08003 Being Tax Lot: 1, Block: 437.06 Dimensions approximately: 105’ X 122(IRR) Nearest Cross Street: Marlkress Road Prior lien(s) 1st Quarter Taxes due in the amount of $4,773.31 Sewer account due in the amount of $95.00 County Sewer CCMUA due in the amount of $378.56 *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums of other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being foreclosed and, if so the current amount due thereon. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

“APPROXIMATELY” $1,221,429.81 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: HENRY F. ACCHIONE, JR., ET AL, and taken in execution of U.S. BAN, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION GILBERT L. “WHIP” WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff’s Number: 17000419 DATED: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 STERN LAVINTHAL FRANKENBERG, LLC 105 EISENHOWER PKWY, SUITE 302 ROSELAND, NJ 07068 $152.64

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F00384216 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in MUNICIPALITY OF GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 21 Windmill Drive Being Tax Lot: 11 Block: 13504 Dimensions approximately : 125' X 75' Nearest Cross Street: Erial Road SUPERIOR INTERESTS (if any): all unpaid municipal taxes, assessments and liens; Any set of facts which an accurate survey would disclose; any restrictions or covenants on record which run with the land; Rights of the United States of America; if any; Any Condominium lien priority, if any; any outstanding PUD of Homeowner's Associations dues or fees, if any; additional municipal charges, liens, taxes or tax sale certificates and insurance, if any. GLOUCESTER TWP-TAXES- QTR 1 & 2 2017 holds a claim for taxes due and/or other municipal utilities such as water/sewer in the amount of $3047.05 as of 02/01/2017. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $57,768.96 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: FRANCIS N. FERRARO, ET AL, and taken in execution of U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000882 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 POWERS KIRN LLC 728 MARNE HIGHWAY, SUITE 200 MOORESTOWN, NJ 08057 $152.64

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F03266715 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in THE TOWNSHIP OF WINSLOW, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 117 JOYCE WAY, BERLIN, NJ 08009 Being Tax Lot #7; Block #102 DIMENSIONS APPROXIMATELY: 0.51AC Nearest Cross Street: HILLTOP ROAD Taxes: Current through 2ND Quarter of 2016* *Plus interest on these figures through date of payoff and any and all subsequent taxes, water and sewer amounts. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES CAN BE FOUND IN THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF CAMDEN COUNTY. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $159,139.38 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the saleand satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: STACI A. SONDRINI, ET AL, and taken in execution of DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000718 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 STERN & EISENBERG, PC 1040 N. KINGS HIGHWAY, SUITE 407 CHERRY HILL, NJ 08034 $141.12

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F04853814 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5TH Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the BOROUGH OF BARRINGTON, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 304 CLEMENTS BRIDGE ROAD, BARRINGTON, NJ 08007-1808 Being Tax Lot: 35.01 Block: 16 on the Official Tax Map of the BOROUGH OF BARRINGTON Dimensions approximately : 50FT X 135FT Nearest Cross Street: WOODLAND AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $212,488.23 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: LOUIS J. AZZARI, JR., ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000808 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 PHELAN, HALLINAN DIAMOND & JONES P.C. 400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD,SUITE 100 MT LAUREL NJ 08054 158.40

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F1885608 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the BOROUGH OF COLLINGSWOOD, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 101 E. WAYNE TERRACE, COLLINGSWOOD, NJ 08108 Being Tax Lot: 22 Block: 1.07 Dimensions approximately : 40' X 112' Nearest Cross Street: MAPLE AVENUE Prior lien(s): 1ST Quarter Taxes due in the amount of $2,254.66 Water account due in the amount of $99.00 Sewer account due in the amount of $67.75 County Sewer CCMUA due in the amount of $177.98 *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $326,248.77 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: MICHAEL D. BENE, ET AL, and taken in execution of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000817 Dated: 03/14/2017,03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 STERN LAVINTHAL FRANKENBERG, LLC 105 EISENHOWER PKWY, SUITE 302 ROSELAND, NJ 07068-9984 $158.40

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01035414 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in Laurel springs, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 409 North White Horse Pike, LAUREL SPRINGS, NJ 08021 Being Tax Lot: 9, Block: 5 Dimensions approximately : 75x142 Nearest Cross Street: Madison Avenue A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES CAN BE FOUND IN THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF CAMDEN COUNTY SUBJECT TO ANY OPEN TAXES, WATER/SEWER, MUNICIPAL OR TAX LIENS THAT MAY BE DUE. PRIOR MORTGAGES AND/OR JUDGMENTS: n/a THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $346,308.25 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: JAV II, LLC, ET AL, and taken in execution of HSBC BANK USA, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000759 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 UDREN LAW OFFICES, P.C. 111 WOODCREST ROAD SUITE 200, WOODCREST CORPORATE CENTER CHERRY HILL, NJ 08003 $141.12

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F00318016 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF WINSLOW, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 31 HEWITT LANE, SICKLERVILLE (WINSLOW TWP), NEW JERSEY 08081 Being Tax Lot: 3 Block: 16121 Dimensions Approximately: 30 X 149.64 X 77.66 X 13.69 X 187.58 Nearest Cross Street: SITUATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF HEWITT LANE, 300.82 FEET FROM THE NORTHWESTERLY SIDE OF HAMPTON GATE ROAD. The sale is subject to unpaid taxes and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. Pursuant to NJSA 46:8B-21 the sale may also be subject to the limited lien priority of any condominium/homeowner association liens which may exist. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $96,508.88 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: MARY SPRATLEY AKA MARY E. SPRATLEY, and taken in execution of CARRINGTON MORTGAGE SERVICES, LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000386 Dated: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 SHAPIRO & DENARDO, LLC 14000 COMMERCE PARKWAY, SUITE B MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $158.40

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F03612213 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22ND Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day,at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located inthe CITY of GLOUCESTER CITY,County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 328 HIGHLAND BOULEVARD, GLOUCESTER CUTY, NJ 08030-1638 Being Tax Lot: 1, Block: 246 on the Official Tax Map of the CITY OF GLOUCESTER CITY Dimensions approximately : 50FT X 140FT X 50FT X 140FT Nearest Cross Street: GREENWOOD AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interestd parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $338,041.19 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. ADVERTISE SUBJECT TO PRIOR MORTAGE: NONE ADVERTISE SUBJECT TO PRIOR LIEN: NONE Seized as the property of: DEBORAH A. GRAHAM, ET AL, and taken in execution of NEWLANDS ASSET HOLDING TRUST GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000545 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 PHELAN, HALLINAN DIAMOND & JONES P.C. 400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD, SUITE 100 MT LAUREL NJ 08054 $161.28

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F01413516 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22ND Day of MARCH, 2016 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in MUNICIPALITY OF PENNSAUKEN TWP, County ofCamden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 3336 SPRINGFIELD AVENUE Being Tax Lot: 12 Block: 5110 Dimensions approximately: 100 X 125 Nearest Cross Street: 195.00' FROM CHESTNUT AVENUE SUPERIOR INTERESTS (if any): all unpaid municipal taxes, assessments and liens; Any set of facts which an accurate survey woulddisclose; any restrictions or covenants on record which run with the land; Rights of the United States of America; if any; Any Condominium lien priority, if any; any outstanding PUD of Homeowner's Associations dues or fees, if any; additional municipal charges, liens, taxes or tax sale certificates and insurance, if any. PENNSAUKEN TWP-TAXES- QTR 1 2017 holds a claim for taxes due and/or other municipal utilities such as water/sewer in the amount of $1,546.81 as of 1/12/2017. PENNSAUKEN SEWER AUTH.- ACCT #21194000 holds a claim for taxes due and/or other municipal utilities such as water and/or sewer in the amount of $51.50 as of 01/12/2017. CCMUA ACCT # 270028525 holds a claim for taxes due and/or other municipal utilities such as water and/or sewer CCMUA Account #270028525 in the amount of $337.62 as of 01/12/2017 THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $188,143.15 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: SHERRI L. BOLES, ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000606 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 POWERS KIRN LLC 728 MARNE HIGHWAY, SUITE 200 MOORESTOWN, NJ 08057 $184.32

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01115216 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden, State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in Borough of Clementon, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 114 Chelsea Circle, Unit 113, Building No. 19, Clementon, NJ 08021 Being Tax Lot: 1.113 a/k/a 1- 113, Block: 59 Prior liens/encumbrances: A. TAX SALE CERTIFICATE #16-00054US BANK CUT PROCAP 4 & CRDTRS: $728.06 (OPEN PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY AFTER 10/06/2016 B. 1st QTR TAXES OPEN: $611.94 (OPEN PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY AFTER 02/01/2017) C. CCMUA 440.00 (OPEN PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY AFTER 02/28/2017) D. SUBJECT TO ANY UNPAID TAXES, MUNICIPAL LIENS OR OTHER CHARGES, AND ANY SUCH TAXES CHARGES, LIENS, INSURANCE PREMIUMS OR OTHER ADVANCES MADE BY PLAINTIFF PRIOR TO THIS SALE. ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE TO CONDUCT AND RELY UPON THEUR OWN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION TP ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT ANY OUTSTANDING INTEREST REMAIN OF RECORD AND/ OR HAVE PRIORITY OVER THE LIEN BEING FORECLOSED AND, IF SO THE CURRENT AMOUNT DUE THEREON. E. SUBJECT TO PRIOR MORT GAGES AND JUDGEMENTS (IF ANY) F. SUBJECT TO PRIORITY CONDO LIEN: PURSUANT TO NJSA 46:8B-21 ET SEQ., THIS SALE MAY BE SUBJECT YO A LIMITED LIEN PRIORITY OF THE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION AND ANY SUCCESSFIL BIDDER AT SHERIFF'S SALE MAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING UP TO 6 MONTHS WORTH OF UNPAID CONDOMINIUM FEES. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $47,005.35 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: WALTER A. CONWAY AKA WALTER R. CONWAY, and taken in execution of PNC BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000769 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2016, 03/28/2017 FRANK J. MARTONE 1455 BROAD STREET BLOOMFIELD, NJ 07003 $190.08

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F02781814 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the BOROUGH OF AUDUBON, County of Camden, State of New Jersey Premises commonly known as: 4 OAKLAND AVENUE, AUDUBON, NJ 08106-2309 Being Tax Lot: 1, BLOCK: 65 on the Official Tax Map of the BOROUGH OF AUDUBON Dimensions approximately: 50FT X 111.06FT X 60.67FT X 102.84FT Nearest Cross Street: NICHOLSON ROAD THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $310,421.67 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant toCourt Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. ADVERTISE SUBJECT TO PRIOR MORTAGE: NONE ADVERTISE SUBJECT TO PRIOR LIEN: NONE Seized as the property of: LUIS C. FONSECA, ET AL, and, taken in execution of U.S. BANK OF TRUST, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000695 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 PHELAN, HALLINAN DIAMOND & JONES P.C. 400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD, SUITE 100 MT LAUREL NJ 08054 $164.16

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F5358314 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29th DAY OF MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the BOROUGH of AUDUBON, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 170 EDGEWOOD AVENUE, AUDUBON, NJ08106 Being Tax Lot: 6, 6.02, Block: 138 Dimensions approximately : 50 X 150 Nearest Cross Street: MAPLE AVENUE Beginning at West corner Edgewood and Maple Avenues; thence Northwest along Southwest line Edgewood Avenue 50 feet wide; thence Southwest at right angles to Edgewood Avenue and parallel with Maple Avenue 140 feet; thence Southeast and parallel with Edgewood Avenue 50 feet to the Northwest line of Maple Avenue; thence Northeast along the Northwest line of Maple Avenue 140 feet to the Southwest line of Edgewood Avenue and place of BEGINNING. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES SEWER OPEN + PENALTY $59.33 CCMUA OPEN + PENALTY $487.54 2015 3RD PARTY CCMUA LIEN SOLD ON 12/01/2016 $114.79 TOTAL AS OF January 31, 2017: $661.66 The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $190,321.96 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: ROBERT REA, ET AL, and taken in execution of JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000675 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD,P.C. 7 CENTURY DRIVE, SUITE 201 PARSIPPANY, NJ 07054 $167.04

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F05334314 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22nd Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in Waterford, County of Camden, State of New Jersey Premises commonly known as: 2333 Ellwood Avenue, Township of Waterford, NJ 08004 Being Tax Lot: 7 f/k/a 14, Block: 2701 f/k/a 38 Dimensions approximately: 105 x 210 Nearest Cross Street: Sixth Street A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES CAN BE FOUND IN THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF CAMDEN COUNTY SUBJECT TO ANY OPEN TAXES, WATER/SEWER, MUNICIPAL OR TAX LIENS THAT MAY BE DUE. PRIOR MORTGAGES AND/OR JUDGEMENTS: n/a THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $163,339.65 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: DENNA GOEHRINGER, ET AL, and taken in execution of U.S. BANK TRUST, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000633 Dated: 02/28/17, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 URDEN LAW OFFICES, P.C. WOODCREST CORPORATE CENTER 111 WOODCREST ROAD, SUITE 200 CHERRY HILL, NJ 08003 $138.24

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Write of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01409116 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o’clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF’s OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Township of Voorhees, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 37 Brambling Lane, Voorhees, New Jersey 08043 Being Tax Lot: 22, Block: 218.16 Dimensions approximately: 45.40 x 4.60 x 201.87 x 56.75 x 175.05 Nearest Cross Street: Situated on the southeasterly side of Brambling Lane, 318.12 feet from the southwesterly side of Bittern Court The sale is subject to unpaid tax es and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. Pursuant to NJSA 46:88-21 the sale may also be subject to the limited lien priority of any condominium/homeowner association liens which may exist. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

“APPROXIMATELY” $434,212.81 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: CHARLES NELSON, ET AL, and taken in execution of WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. GILBERT L. “WHIP” WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff’s Number: 17000487 DATED: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 SHAPIRO & DENARDO, LLC 14000 COMMERCE PARKWAY, SUITE B MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $144.00

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F02069915 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY THE 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Borough of Pine Hill, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as:1024 Turnerville Road, Pine Hill, NJ 08021 Being Tax Lot: 2, Block: 136 Dimensions approximately: 70 x 125 Nearest Cross Street: Valley Drive *Also subject to subsequent taxes, water and sewer plus interest through date of payoff. the Sheriff herby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice through publication. THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES CAN BE FOUND IN THE OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF CAMDEN COUNTY. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $132,213.84 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: ROBERT A. WELLS, JR, and taken in execution BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000671 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 PARKER MCCAY P.A. 9000 MIDLANTIC DRIVE SUITE 300 P.O. BOX 5054 MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $144.00

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F04985510 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 29TH Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Township of \Gloucester, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 1009 MELROSE AVENUE, BLACKWOOD, NJ 08012-2706 Being Tax Lot: 4, Block: 12901 in the Official Tax Map of the TOWNSHIP OF GLOUCESTER Dimensions approximately: 57.00FT X 100.00FT X 57.00FT X 100.00FT Nearest Cross Street: Asyla Road THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. This sale is subject to unpaid taxes and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interests remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being foreclosed, and, if so, the current amount due thereon. **If the sale is set aside for any reason, the purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney.** The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $296,297.37 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: DIANE DAWSON-RICE, ET AL, and taken in execution of QUEEN'S PARK OVAL ASSET HOLDING TRUST GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000740 Dated: 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017 DIAMIND & JONES, P.C. 400 FELLOWSHIP ROAD, SUITE 100 MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $161.28

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Write of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F02240814 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o’clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF’s OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Township of Lawnside, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 513 Warwick road North, Lawnside, New Jersey 08045-1025 Being Tax Lot: 28, Block: 202 Dimensions approximately: 60.00 x 130.76 Nearest Cross Street: Situated on the East side of Warwick Road, 130.37 feet from the North side of Brown Boulevard The sale is subject to unpaid tax es and assessments, tax, water and sewer liens and other municipal assessments. The amount due can be obtained from the local taxing authority. Pursuant to NJSA 46:88-21 the sale may also be subject to the limited lien priority of any condominium/homeowner association liens which may exist. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

“APPROXIMATELY” $219,137.73 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: THOMAS H. CASE, ET AL, and taken in execution of NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC GILBERT L. “WHIP” WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff’s Number: 17000493 DATED: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 SHAPIRO & DENARDO, LLC 14000 COMMERCE PARKWAY, SUITE B MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $138.24

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01184916 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the TOWNSHIP OF PENNSAUKEN, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 7538 Baxter Avenue, Pennsauken, NJ 08109 Being Tax Lot: 16 fka 7, Block: 2308 fka 653 Dimensions approximately : 60 FEET WIDE BY 119 FEET LONG Nearest Cross Street: UNION AVENUE THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $169,162.62 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: DEBORAH C. DAWKINS, ET AL, and taken in execution of MIDFIRST BANK GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000812 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 KML LAW GROUP, PC 216 HADDON AVENUE, SUITE 406 WESTMONT, NJ $120.96

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SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F1184309 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o’clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF’S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the CITY of GLOUCESTER, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 216 WARREN STREET GLOUCESTER, NJ 08030-0000 Being Tax Lot: 37, Block: 12 Dimensions approximately: 14 X 75 Nearest Cross Street: WILLOW STREET BEGINNING at a point in the Southeasterly corner of Warren and Willow Streets; extending thence “THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION.” PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES WATER OPEN WITH PENALTY $506.79 WATER OPEN WITH PENALTY $321.60 CCMUA OPEN + PENALTY $523.16 TOTAL AS OF January 13, 2017: $1,351.55 The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

“APPROXIMATELY” $202,236.11 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or anypart thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus if any. Seized as the property of: STEPHEN M. ADAMS, ET AL, taken in execution of BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC GILBERT L. “WHIP” WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff’s Number: 17000409 DATED: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 FEIN, SUCH, KAHN & SHEPARD, P.C. 7 CENTURY DRIVE, SUITE 201 PARSIPPANY, NJ 07054 $141.12

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F04318814 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 5TH Day of APRIL, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located inthe Township of Winslow, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 11 Aberdale Lane, Sicklerville, NJ 08081 Being Tax Lot: 24, Block: 11701 Dimensions approximately : 75'x 230.57' x 130.82 x 239.81' Nearest Cross Street: Adamns Place THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THISSALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $258,659.26 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: KENNY D. KELVY, ET AL, and taken in execution of THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000838 Dated: 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017, 03/28/2017, 04/04/2017 PLUESE, BECKER & SALTZMAN 20000 HORIZON WAY, SUITE 900 MT. LAUREL, NJ 08054 $126.72

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F2545915 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 15th Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o’clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF’S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the BOROUGH of LINDENWOLD, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 101 CHEWS LANDING ROAD, LINDENWOLD, NJ 08021 Being Tax Lot: 5.02, Block: 198 Dimensions approximately: 100 X 123 Nearest Cross Street: MONROE STREET BEGINNING AT A POINT MARKING THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTHWESTERLY LINE OF MONROE STREET, FORMERLY CENTRAL AVENUE (30 FEET WIDE), WITH NORTHEASTERLY LINE OF CHEWS LANDING ROAD (66 FEET WIDE) EXTENDING THENCE “THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION.” PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES SEWER OPEN + PENALTY $34.75 CCMUA OPEN + PENALTY $87.30 TOTAL AS OF January 18, 2017: $122.05 The judgment sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

“APPROXIMATELY” $131,973.33 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus if any. Seized as the property of: ELVIRA GORDON, ET AL, and taken in execution of REVERSE MORTGAGE SOLUTIONS, INC. GILBERT L. “WHIP” WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff’s Number: 17000435 DATED: 02/21/2017, 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017 FEIN, SUCH, KAHN & SHEPARD, P.C. 7 CENTURY DRIVE, SUITE 201 PARSIPPANY, NJ 07054 $146.88

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F02968013 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22nd Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the TOWNSHIP OF GLOUCESTER, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 159 W CENTRAL AVENUE, GLOUCESTER TWP, NJ 08012 Being Tax Lot: 26 Block: 11502 Dimensions approximately: 56' X 137.80' IRR Nearest Cross Street: East Railroad Avenue Prior lien(s): 1st Quarter Taxes due in the amount of $1, 526.57 Sewer account due in the amount of $463.40 County Sewer CCMUA due in the amount of $1,056.00 Conty Sewer CCMUA Lien Redemption figures in the amount of $1,373.62. Property Maintenance Fee in the amount of 1,380.32 *Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens or other charges, and any such taxes, charges, liens, insurance premiums or other advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interest remain of record and/or have priority over the lien being amount due thereon. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $341,544.77 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Note: The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale for any length of time without further advertisement. Seized as the property of: JOSEPH J. MAJESKI, ET AL, and taken in execution of NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000503 Dated: 02/28/2017,03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 STERN LAVINTHAL FRANKENBERG, LLC 105 EISENHOWER PKWY, SUITE 302 ROSELAND, NJ 07068-9984 $158.40

SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a Writ of execution, to me directed, issued out of the SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, CAMDEN COUNTY, DOCKET NO.F01094314 at Public Venue on WEDNESDAY the 22nd Day of MARCH, 2017 A.D. at 12 o'clock, LOCAL TIME, noon of said day, at the SHERIFF'S OFFICE in the COURT HOUSE, 520 Market St., 2nd Floor, Suite 202, in City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey: Property to be sold is located in the Township of Gloucester Township, County of Camden, State of New Jersey. Premises commonly known as: 227 Chestnut Street, Township of Gloucester, Glendora, NJ 08029 Being Tax Lot: 14, Block: 2101 Dimensions approximately: 40.00 x 140.00 Feet Nearest Cross Street: Front Street Subject to: Tax Sale Certificate No. 16-00085 in the amount of $943.34, open plus interest after 12/28/2016 Delinquent Sewer bill in the amount of $183.94, open plus interest after 01/10/2017. Delinquent Sewer bill in the amount of $609.07, open plus interest after 01/10/2017. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. The judgement sought to be satisfied by the sale is:

"APPROXIMATELY" $116,792.42 TWENTY PERCENT DEPOSIT REQUIRED

SURPLUS MONEY: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. Seized as the property of: DENISE L. BROWN, ET AL, and taken in execution of BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC GILBERT "WHIP" WILSON SHERIFF Sheriff's Number: 17000523 Dated: 02/28/2017, 03/07/2017, 03/14/2017, 03/21/2017 BUCKLEY MADOLE, P.C. 99 WOOD AVENUE SOUTH, SUITE 803 ISELIN, NJ 08830 $ 138.24


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