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    ElieWiesel, theNazi concentration campsurvivor,Nobel PeacePrize winner and authorwhose seminal work “Night” is regarded as oneof themost powerful achievements in Holocaust literature, has died,

    Israel’s YadVashemHolocaustMemori- al said.Hewas 87.

    Basedonhis experiences and those of otherHolocaust survivors,Wieselwrote dozens of semi-autobiographical books, memoirs andplays.Hismessage “of peace, atonement andhumandignity” earnedhim theNobel in1986.

    For a decade, hehad remained silent about thehorrors hewitnessed after

    being transportedby train toAuschwitz withhis parents and three sisterswhen hewas15.

    After a year, hewas liberated at the endofWorldWar IIwith other prison- ers from theGermancampBuchenwald —and soon learned that hismother and younger sister hadbeenmurdered in the

    Author, Nobel laureate brought Holocaust to light ByMary Rourke and Valerie J. Nelson Los Angeles Times

    See WIESEL, 23A

    ELIE WIESEL ♦ 1928-2016

    In memory The editor of the South Florida Jewish Journal reflects on Wiesel’s legacy and a personal meeting. 23A

    YOUR NATION, YOUR WORLD

    Bangladesh hostage crisis ends with 20 dead AnAmerican fromMiami is among the victims. 2A

    FBI questions Clinton in email investigation Candidate under scrutiny for use of private server. 3A

    Ferry service launches new, upgraded catamaran. 1D

    Luxury ride to Bahamas

    MONEY

    Free agent forwards Deng and Johnson depart. 1C

    Changing look for Heat

    SPORTS

    Eye-gazing gets to the heart of

    things. 1E

    The EYES have it

    TRAVEL & LIFE

    High: 91 Low: 81

    WEATHER

    Forecast, 8D

    Opinion .....24A Lottery .........2B Obituaries...8B Money............1D

    INDEX Jerris Evans

    brings poetry FLO’pacalypse

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    In addition to the 3Rs, Florida students may soon be taught the people skills that local businesses de- mand.

    CareerSource Florida, the statewide workforce agency, is asking that public schools include in their cur- riculumssuchskills as inter-

    viewing, communication, teamwork, time manage- ment, listening and net- working skills.

    “Theseareskills thatpeo- ple would need to succeed in any employment situa- tion,” but typically students are not taught these in school, said Tom Veenstra, director of support services at CareerSource Palm Beach, which helps connect businesseswith job seekers.

    And they are essential for

    Schools urged to teach students ‘people skills’

    By Briana Erickson Staff writer

    See SKILLS, 23A

    Employers want more than diploma

    The ground floor of Chris Ellis’ house inWest Delray is a showpiece, withbigwindowsthat lookoutonthe sun-splashed vista of a golf course.

    Thesecond floor is ahorror—with exposed beams that look like shred- ded wheat, floors gone and walls ripped out, a testament to the de- structive force of the Formosan ter- mite.

    “Ihavenoupstairs at all,”Ellis said. “Two bedrooms are gone. The floors are gone. I’ve never seen anything so destructive. My husband took it hard because this house is his pride and

    joy. I think it was horrible, just hor- rible. I didn’t realize this little bug could be so destructive.”

    This little bug, and its cousin the Asian termite, will pay visits to an increasing number of South Florida houses. A new study by scientists at the University of Florida says the Asian and Formosan termites, non- natives that arrived in the past few decades, have spread “exponentially” from the Keys through Palm Beach County, multiplying by many times thenumber of structureswithin their range.

    The number of South Florida

    At an alarming rate, two non-native termite species are making a home in South Florida. Maybe your home.

    By David Fleshler Staff writer

    Appetite for DESTRUCTION

    See TERMITES, 22A

    Formosan termites have badly damaged the home of Chris Ellis, who lives west of Delray Beach. AMY BETH BENNETT/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

    “I have no upstairs at all. Two bed- rooms are gone.

    The floors are gone. ... My husband took it hard because this house is his pride

    and joy.” Chris Ellis, whose West

    Delray home was invaded by Formosan termites

    ATLANTA — It wasn’t that thework day began be- fore dawn at Fort Bragg, N.C. It was the relent- less physical pace in striving for excel- lence that height- ened the apprecia- tion Mike Dunn al- ready felt for themil- itary personnel who toil tirelessly at the world’s largestmilitary base.

    TheMiamiMarlins relief pitcher got a close-up look at their spirit and dedica- tion during four days of joining intrainingandinter- acting with soldiers as part of a group of major league

    players who participated in Fox Sports’ “Spring Train- ing to the Troops” tour in February 2014.

    Dunn recalls the experi- ence as life-changing, and

    he is excited about the opportunity he and his teammates have to provide a few hours of entertain- ment for the troops at Fort Bragg when

    theMarlins face theAt- lanta Braves there Sunday inwhat is believed to be the first regular-season game staged by a professional sports league on a U.S. mil- itary base.

    It will be televised na-

    MARLINS ON AMISSION

    By Craig Davis Staff writer

    See MARLINS, 22A

    Sunday night’s game at Fort Bragg, N.C., will be the first on a U.S. military base

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    SteelbridgeCapital has acquired SunTrust Center, a 270,000-square-foot office complex in downtownFort Lauderdale, for $86.5 million, property records show.

    Steelbridge bought the two-building property at 501and 515E. LasOlas Blvd. fromSunTrust Banks Inc., the lead tenantwho also agreed to long- term retail and office leases in both buildings as part of the deal.

    The property includes a17-story office tower and three-story annex. The newowner said it plans amajor renovation,whichwill include up- grading technology and adding retail space to the annex.

    SunTrust Center is 77 percent occu- pied, according to Steelbridge,which is based inMiamiwith another office in Chicago.

    This is the secondFort Lauderdale investment for Steelbridge,which also ownsCypress Financial Center. It bought the 200,000-square-foot office building at 500N.AndrewsAve. for $32.55million in 2014, records show.

    Industrial park fully occupied, officials say

    The108,000-square-foot East Port Center, a Fort Lauderdale industrial park, has reached full occupancy, offi- cials said.

    CayogaAmerica Inc. filled the last vacancy by signing a lease for 7,000 square feet. BergerCommercial Realty said it represented the building owner, East Port Center Joint Venture.

    The park is at the northeast quad- rant of Interstate 95 andMarinaMile Road.

    In a separate transaction, Berger represented the seller,WorkersRealty LLC, in the $200,000 sale of a 1,167-square-foot office building at 361 E. Commercial Blvd. in Fort Lauder- dale. The buyerwasMustafa Saleh, who intends to operate a pet grooming center.

    Law firm to offer free condo rules seminars

    TheKatzmanGarfinkel law firmwill present three free seminars for com- munity associations in July.

    A course covering previous topics and lessons learned is scheduled for noon to 2 p.m. TuesdayJuly 5 at theE. Pat LarkinsCommunityCenter, 520 NWThird St., PompanoBeach.

    Bill and SusanRaphan, state educa- tion facilitators for the law firm,will teach all three courses. To register, call 954-486-7774.

    Operator buys shopping center for $13.5million

    EDENS, an owner and operator of shopping centers, paid $13.5million for LakesideCentre inBocaRaton, records show.

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