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MARTIN 4 COUNTY


Vol. 5 No. 52


Your Local News & Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com


FRIDAY, June 8, 2007


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Photo courtesy of South Florida Water Management District
This photograph of Lake Okeechobee was taken May 11, three weeks before the level
of water in the lake hit an all-time low of 8.89 feet.


Turning

vegetable

oil into

diesel
Local product
expected to be
available by
mid-summer
BY RITA HART
Staff writer
STUART Most french
fry lovers try not to think
about the oil that goes
into making one of their
favorite foods.
But one local business-
man not only gave it
some thought, he decid-
ed to take the leftover
vegetable oil produced by
the fast-food industry,
have it refined by a
national supplier, and
turn it into an environ-
mentally-friendly alter-
native to diesel fuel.
Stu Lamb, chief execu-
tive officer of Cooke's
Environmental Services,
a septic service company,
has converted his entire
fleet of trucks and con-
struction vehicles to run
on Viesel. He trade-
marked that name for the
recycled and refined veg-
etable oil he plans to sell
from his business by mid-
summer.
"We have seen an
immediate savings of at
least 30 percent in fuel
costs since the conver-
sion to Viesel was com-
0 See DIESEL, A2


BY RITA HART AND
MATT DONEGAN
Staff writers
WESTERN MARTIN
COUNTY Lake Okee-
chobee, a main water
source for Martin County
and south Florida, recently
reached an all-time low
heightening concern that
further water restrictions
maybe in order.
The heavy rains that fell
over the weekend of June
2, did little to alleviate the
problem.


Before the weekend
drenching, only 7 inches of
rain had fallen across
South Florida in the previ-
ous seven months.
The lake hit a record low
level of 8.89 feet on June 1,
a full 5 feet below average
for this time of year. The
previous record of 8.97 feet
was set in 2001.
"If we get (rain), the level
won't go down, but we are
at such a deficit," said
Lynette Trabulsy, commu-
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Kevin Lindgren, 14, of Palm City swam to first-place finishes in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter freestyle, 100- and 200-
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Deaths A15
Dining & Entertainment .... BI
Horoscopes BI
Sports B12
Police Reports .................... A5
Travel A17
Viewpoint A6


The need is
greatest for
volunteers to
help out in
area shelters

BY RITA HART
Staff writer


STUART The Martin
County Chapter of the
American Red Cross has
a list of dedicated volun-
teers ready to step up in
the event of a disaster.
However, more are
needed in order to
ensure -the full relief
needed should another
disaster, such as a hurri-
cane, strike the Treasure
Coast.
"We have a corp of dis-
aster volunteers," said


Kelly McIntyre, director
of volunteers for the
Martin County Chapter
of the Red Cross, "but we
need to recruit about 150
more so we feel we are
fully staffed in the event
of a disaster."
Mrs. McIntyre said the
primary need is for shel-
ter volunteers.
"We are responsible for
managing and staffing
shelters. We need to plan
for full houses so we can
be adequately staffed,"
she said.
Mrs. McIntyre said
anyone who is already
planning to go to a shel-
ter during a hurricane
can act as a volunteer
once they are there, pro-
vided they have received
training from the Red
Cross.
Training takes any-


where from seven to 15
hours total, depending
on the type of volunteer-
ing.
All volunteers begin
with an introductory
class entitled "Fulfilling
our Mission," which
gives them an overview
of the Red Cross' mission
and helps them decide
where they might best fit
in.
Volunteers are also
needed in the health
services area.
S"We have a critical
need for licensed nurses
and licensed mental
health professionals,"
said Mrs. McIntyre.
"We also have people
doing client case work to
interview people and
determine if they are eli-
gible for additional assis-
tance beyond the shel-


'We are responsible for managing and
staffing shelters. We need to plan for full
houses so we can be adequately staffed."

Kelly Mcintyre
Director of Volunteers
Martin County Chapter of the Red Cross


ter," she said.
The Red Cross also
needs volunteers in the
warehouses where food
and supplies are deposit-
ed after a disaster.
"We have arrange-
ments already made with
big vendors for supply-
ing food, but we need
help in dispersing it to
shelters and to mobile
feeding sites," she said.
Mrs. McIntyre said that
people have the miscon-
ception if they sign up to
volunteer, they will be


asked to go out-of-state if
a disaster strikes else-
where. However, resi-
dents can sign up to be a
volunteer on a local basis
only.
"I really can't stress
enough the need for
shelter volunteers," said
Mrs. McIntyre. "And it's
so fulfilling."
To sign up to be a Red
Cross volunteer, contact
Kelly McIntyre at (772)
287-2002 or e-mail her at
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Staff photo by Rita Hart
Stu Lamb, owner of Cooke's Environmental Services in Stuart, shows the Viesel conversion kit that is attached to one of
his backhoes. The kit allows the vehicle to run on recycled vegetable oil. Mr. Lamb expects the kit to be available to the
public by mid-summer for use in personal vehicles.


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pleted last month," said
Mr. Lamb, who believes
that all consumers of
Viesel will save that much.
Mr. Lamb expects to
begin selling Viesel to the
public by July, both for per-
sonal use and for business-
es that want to convert
their company's vehicles.
In order to use Viesel as
the sole source of fuel, a
conversion kit, which
Cooke's sells for as low as
$500, must be installed in
the vehicle.
The kit may be self-
installed or by a Viesel
technician at Cooke's, and
contains a booster pump,
filter and hose clamps.
The conversion kit is not
necessary if the consumer
decides to burn a hybrid
mix of 50 percent Viesel


and 50 percent diesel fuel.
Anything that runs on
diesel can be converted to
use Viesel, including
school buses, delivery
trucks, charter boats, irri-
gation pumps, generators
and construction equip-
ment. And, according to
Mr. Lamp, Viesel has more
British thermal unit (BTU)
power than diesel.
Mr. Lamb said that even
if an individual cannot
afford the $500 for the
converter kit, they can still
do their part by patroniz-
ing businesses that begin
using Viesel fuel.
Savings at the pump is
not the only reason why
Mr. Lamb, who said the
"V" in Viesel stands for
victory over high gas
prices and high Middle-


East prices, is excited
about Viesel.
"America's commerce
runs on the back of diesel
engines," said Mr. Lamb.
"But Viesel is clean-burn-
ing, with no carbon, so
there is no harm to the
environment."
In addition, the use of
Viesel means the con-
sumer is "doing their part
by not relying on oil from
the Middle East" to power
their vehicles, said Mr.
Lamb.
"This is my stand," said
Mr. Lamb. "It's the way we
can make a difference in
Martin County, one gallon
at a time."
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Hurricane home inspections a priority


BY LEON WEECH
For Hometown News

Everyone knows that
house inspections are a
must when they are antici-
pating purchasing a home,
but did you know that it is
equally important to have
your home inspected both
before and after a hurri-
cane strikes?
Dorothy Sinan, licensed
home inspector with A
Ultimate Home Inspection
says, "Many people have
lived in their homes for
decades and never have
had their homes inspected
since they purchased
them."
The issue is that homes
develop problems over the
years. Quite often, these
problems never manifest
themselves until a disaster,


like a hurricane, strikes.
Sinan, whose company
services Martin County,
recommends that persons
who have had their homes
for a number of years have
their homes inspected sev-
eral months before the
hurricane season starts.
If you wait until the sea-
son starts, it may be diffi-
cult to get an inspector
because everyone else has
waited until the last
minute also.
At the minimum, you
should get a "four-point
inspection." It is your stan-
dard insurance inspection
and includes inspecting
the roof, electrical system,
plumbing, and air condi-
tioning/heating.
Sometimes, this can cost
as little as $125.
"Of course, we will also


inspect for other things,
such as termite damage,
the condition of hurricane
shutters, and possible hid-
den problems," said Sinan.
She emphasized that
home inspections are
especially important for
senior citizens, single
mothers, and "anyone
who wants to head off any
problems."
After a hurricane passes,
it is equally important to
get an inspection if you
suspect any damage at all.
There are frequently roof
leaks that can go unde-
tected for months, or your
air conditioning system
may develop mold prob-
lems. Then, when you try
to file a claim, your insur-
ance company may say
that the hurricane did not
cause the damage.


The same is true of hid-
den damage to appliances.
Having a post-hurricane
inspection will circumvent
these problems.
Perhaps one of the most
compelling reasons for
having a home inspection
after you sustain hurri-
cane damage is to prevent
problems with unscrupu-
lous contractors who may
try to charge you for
unnecessary repairs.
"Know what's wrong and
what you need done,"
advises Sinan
If you want to protect
your home and yourself
this hurricane season,
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The Department of Transportation closed two Martin
County parks for years while local causeways were under
construction, prohibiting access for fisherman, boaters and
others who wanted to enjoy the Indian River.
The park under the Jensen Beach Causeway was
reopened in 2005 and last month, the park under the Stuart
Causeway, known as the Ernest Lyons Bridge, was also
reopened.
At a cost of $47 million, the new Ernest Lyons Bridge park
includes three boat launching slips and 49 parking spots for
trucks with boat trailers.

Martin County man charged
with sexual abuse of 12-year-old
A Hobe Sound man was charged May 30 with lewd and
lascivious battery for allegedly abusing a 12-year-old boy
sometime between April 7 and May 5.
The boy met Richard Alan Brooklyn of 8957 S.W. Sandy
Lane after walking past Mr. Brooklyn's house, and agreed to
assist Mr. Brooklyn in building cases for iguanas. The boy
visited Mr. Brooklyn's home several times before Mr. Brook-
lyn allegedly touched him inappropriately and committed a
sex act, according to a Martin County Sheriff's Office report.
At press time, Mr. Brooklyn was being held in Martin
County Jail on a bond of $250,000.

Treasure Coast bank robber indicted

Scott Richard Leko, 37, of Port St. Lucie, was indicted May
31, after being charged with robbing three Treasure Coast
banks in October.
One of the robberies occurred in Stuart on October 20, at
the SunTrust Bank, 2400 S.E. Federal Highway, when $1,560
was stolen.
The other two robberies occurred inVero Beach.
Mr. Leko, who reportedly used no weapons during any of
the robberies, faces up to 20 years in prison and $250,000
fines for each of the robberies, if convicted.

Bridge tender's vehicle
destroyed by hit and run driver

Candy Grier was just ending her shift as bridge tender on
the Roosevelt Bridge draw span when she heard a loud
crash.
From her tower, she then spotted her own vehicle, which
had been parked in a designated employee space, now
destroyed by a hit and run driver.
Two witnesses described the vehicle that hit Ms. Grier's car-
as a white Buick Century, possibly a 1996 model.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Stuart
Police Department at (772) 220-3900 or Treasure Coast
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The Sunrise Theatre in
Fort Pierce has run up a
$584,000 deficit, and its
executive director has
just called it curtains.
David Jenkins, who has
headed the historic the-
ater's operations since it
reopened in January 2006
following a revitalization
to the tune of $13 million
in both private and pub-
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fill out a police report when
purchasing jewelry from
the public. We must ask
whose ring (or whatever
they are selling) it is. We do
this to determine whether it
is their property to sell or if
they have authorization to
sell it. And I frequently
hear something that dis-
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from ladies that have been
engaged but have since
broken off the engage-
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engagement ring back. The
second thing I hear is that
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can wear it, sell it, or do
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resigned May 29.
It has been a tough first
act for the Sunrise. The
theater lost $105,000 in.
.April alone as expendi-
tures heavily outweighed
receipts. The 1,200-seat
theater had an overall
cash. deficit of $584,000
as of May 25 for this fiscal
year, which ends Sept. 30.
But Mr. Jenkins said the
financial concerns had
nothing to do with his
decision to leave the job.
"It was simply the right
time," he said. "Business
slows down at historic
theaters in the summer,
and this is the time of
year that executive direc-
tors move to other posi-
tions. Running one of
these projects for two
and-a-half years is a
tough job, but I'm very
proud of what the Sun-
rise staff was able to
accomplish. It's time for
the Sunrise project to
enjoy a blast of fresh
energy."
Immediately following
Mr. Jenkins' resignation,
the city named Fort
Pierce Redevelopment
Agency director Jon Ward
the interim executive
director. Further, it
brought in John Wilkes,
chief operating officer of
the Lyric Theatre, as a
financial and program-
ming consultant.
Mr. Wilkes will be work-
ing for the Sunrise on a
part-time basis. His pri-
mary responsibilities will
still be as COO of the
Lyric Theatre.
Until last week, Mr.
Wilkes, who completed a
business plan and helped
raise funds for the fledg-
ling Sunrise project in
1999, had only stepped
foot in the place once
since opening night. But
he is no stranger to the-
ater operations.


Lake
From page Al


nity outreach coordinator
for the South Florida
Water Management Dis-
trict.
The rain that fell the
weekend of June 2 did
bring the lake's level up to
8.96 feet, but this measure
was still below the 2001
low.


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November 2006 to begin
addressing the water
shortage. It was fully acti-
vated March 30. Since
then, thousands of staff
hours and $12.3 million
have been invested in
drought-response and
emergency activities.
At 10.2 feet, gravity will
no longer force the flow of
water through existing
waterways.
"A lot of times when it
rains north of the lake in
the Kissimmee River area,
they are so bone dry there
that we won't see as much
run-off into Lake Okee-
chobee to make a differ-
ence," said Mrs. Trabulsy.
"It really has to fall over
the lake to make a differ-
ence," she said.
To help rectify this situa-
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in 2004, a direct result of
the hurricanes that year.
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next year. If we don't see
this, we are going to be in a
drought situation next
year as well, because of
the deficit this year," said
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Aside from working at
several centers for the
performing arts in Cana-
da, he also served as
executive director of the
Van Wezel Performing
Arts Hall in Sarasota from
1987-'93 and 2000-'06,
leaving for seven years to
serve as chief operating
officer at the Kravis Cen-
ter for the Performing
Arts in West Palm Beach.
He will now review the
Sunrise business plan, try
to stimulate fundraising,
search for grants, find
more users for the 1923
theater and determine
programming, all while
assuring fiscal responsi-
bility.
While Mr. Wilkes looks
for ways to increase
income, the Fort Pierce
Redevelopment Agency
will supplement the the-
ater's deficit. The. FPRA
had only anticipated hav-
ing to subsidize $300,000
for the full fiscal year, not
anywhere near the debt
the Sunrise now faces.
It's not at all unusual
for government agencies
to subsidize performing
arts projects.
"Facilities like this typi-
cally need sponsorship,"
Mr. Wilkes said. "There
are no theaters operated
by cities in this country
that don't require a spon-
sorship."
But the ratio of earned
income versus subsidy
varies from place to
place.
For example, under Mr.
Wilkes' leadership, the
Van Wezel operated on
between 87 and 93 per-
cent earned income for
his second six years
there. The rest came from
outside funding sources.
Mr. Wilkes will contin-
ue with his position at
the Lyric while consult-
ing for the Sunrise, but


said the two theaters,
while close in proximity,
won't compete over the
same fundraising dollars.
Though he reserved
comment on whether or
not a partnership
between the Lyric and
Sunrise is in the cards, he
did say everything from
programming to market-
ing could benefit at both
theaters through
economies of scale.
"Two venues 'can fair
better than one on isolat-
ed dates," he said. "Better
negotiations can go on."
While Mr. Wilkes gets
acclimated with Sunrise
operations, Fort Pierce
City Manager Dennis
Beach said he expects a
public fundraising cam-
paign aimed at raising
$400,000 to $500,000 to
kick off this month. In
addition, he said the city
is in the process of apply-
ing for $400,000 in grants
for the theater.
"If those materialize as
anticipated, then you will
not have this deficit," he
told the Redevelopment
Agency. "If they do not
materialize, you will have
more of a deficit than
anticipated in the origi-
nal budget. This issue has
to take the front burner."
Meanwhile, several
hundred thousand dol-
lars of grant and private
contributions anticipat-
ed for the Sunrise budget
this year have not yet
materialized. FPRA.
members decided to
send out reminders to
those who have not yet
given money they had
committed to donating.'
"These are the people
who said they would be
there for the theater,"
said Mayor Bob Benton.
"They need to do that. All
of us need to make this
work."


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United Way of Martin
County approved its
annual funding to local
programs, distributing
more than $1.5 million
raised during the 2006-07
campaign.
United Way invests in
programs that show
measurable improve-
ment in people's lives.
Funding is focused on
priority need areas such
as reducing youth sub-
stance abuse, expanding
services to a growing eld-
erly population, increas-
ing access to health care
for the uninsured and
providing stability and
independence for, indi-
viduals and families in
crisis. -
A panel of about 70 vol-
unteers made recom-
mendations of ways the
funds should be allocat-
ed. The board gave the
final approval on the allo-
cations during its meet-
ing on May 16, 2007.
Agencies were then
informed of the level of
funding for their pro-
grams for the coming
year.
The 2006-07 United
Way of Martin County
campaign raised about
$2.2 million, meeting its
goal for the year.
For more information
about United Way, call
(772) 283-4800 or visit
www.unitedwaymartin-
county.org


Martin County
Sheriff's Office
May 25-June 1

*Suares Sabala Catali-
no, 30, 2448 Ellie Road,
Aburndale, was charged
with drug trafficking.
*Gilberto Sosa Gonza-
les, 37, 2248 Ellie Road,
-Aburndale, was charged
with drug trafficking.
*Freddy Sempron, 40,
1957 S.W. Panther Ter-
race, Stuart, was
charged with aggravat-
ed assault.
*. Eddie Cabrera, 51,
8800 Southwest 252nd
Ave., Indiantown, was
charged with assault
with a deadly weapon
without intent to kill.
*Robert Pedraza Caril-
lo, 27, 3142 Hawthorne
St., Stuart, was charged
with murder and viola-
tion of probation.
*Antoine Nicholas
Dames, 23, 8657 S.E.
Anthony Way, Hobe
Sound, was charged
with possession of a
controlled substance
and obstruction of jus-
tice without violence.
*Michael Dwight
Dejean, 31, 249 S.W.
Nativity Terrace, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
possession of a con-
trolled substance.
*Kyle Gaitano Giunta,
19, 6656 S.E. Floral Ter-
race, Hobe Sound, was
charged with three
counts of grand theft
and three counts of bur-
glary.
*Roland Giomes, 51,
1753 N.E. Lima Calle,
Jensen Beach, was
charged with posses-
sion of a controlled
substance, possession
of drug paraphernalia


and obstruction of jus-
tice without violence.
*Narada Michael Ran-
dolph, 25, 848 Washing-
ton St., Jacksonville,
was charged with pos
session of a controlled
substance.
*Bobbette Marie Ston-
er, 40, 1.728 Kosciusko
St., Peru, Illinois, was
charged with posses-
sion of a controlled
substance.
*Shannon Renell
Boyce, 23, 6673 Georgia
Jack Drive, Jacksonville,
was charged with pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
STerry Lynn Griffin,
45, 3140 S.E. Fairmont
St., Stuart, was charged
with aggravated battery
on person' 65 years or
older.
*Rejelio Hernandez-
Martinez, 27, 444 7th
Lane S.W., Vero Beach,
was charged with theft.
*Salatiel Hernandez..
Tellez, 25, 33 Pathfinder
Drive, No. 33, Vero
Beach, was charged
with theft.
*Robert Parks, 36, 194
Clark Springs Hollow,
Jonesborough, Tenn.,
was charged with pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
*Narada Michael Ran-
dolph, 25, 848 Washing-
ton St., Jacksonville,
was charged with pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
*William Charles Can-
non, Jr., 38, 5899 North-
west 120th Terrace,
Coral Springs, was
charged with posses-
sion of a controlled.
substance and posses-
sion of drug parapher-
nalia.
*Daniel Ryan Mayei,
33, 3584 Barbara Drive,


Jensen Beach, was
charged with assault on
a person 65 years of age
or older, obstruction of
justice without violence
arnd possession of drug
paraphernalia.
*Jeffrey Edward
Schall, 39, 1665 N.W.
Fork Road, Stuart, was
charged with aggravat-
ed battery.
*Dennis John
Shelling, 30, 7845 Hill-
top Terrace, Hobe
Sound, was charged
with burglary and bat-
tery.
*Theodore Donahue,
40, 12744 S.E. Hobe
Hills Drive, Hobe
Sound, was charged
with battery and aggra-
vated battery.
*Bradley Dean Long,
37*, 3300 Northwest 96th
Ave., Sunrise, was
charged with dealing in
stolen property and
grand theft.
,,Arthur Lee Davis, 52,
700 Martin Luther King
Blvd., No. 35,' Stuart,
was charged as a felon
in possession of a
firearm and possession
of a controlled sub-
stance.
*Anthony Gainer, 31,
704 Southeast 10th St.,
Stuart, was charged
with uttering a false
instrument.
*Edmond Ernest Gra-
ham, 51, no address
given, was charged with
aggravated battery.
*Richard Alan Brook-
lyn, 47, 8957 S.W. Sandy
Lane, Hobe Sound, was
charged with lewd and
lascivious behavior
with a child under 16.
*Lashawanda Vikeya
Donaldson, 28, 2513
Avenue Q, Riveria
Beach, was charged
with theft.


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*Jonathan Lee Morris,
19, 803 Tarpon Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
theft.

Stuart Police
Department
May 21-May27
*An auto burglary was
reported at Metro Fire,
1501 S.E. Decker Ave.
*An auto burglary was
reported in the 800
block of S.E. Krueger
Parkway.
*A wallet was reported
stolen from the Blake
Library, 2351 S.E. Mon-
terey Road.
*A camera was report-
ed stolen from Quest
Diagnostics, 900 S.E.
Ocean Blvd.
*A burglary to a boat
in the 600 block of S.W.
Camden Ave. was
reported.
*A bicycle was report-
ed stolen from Glen-
wood, 1120 S.E. Letha
Circle.
*Cash was reported
stolen from a residence
in the 800 block of Cen-
tral Parkway.
*A burglary to a resi-
dence was reported at 9
S.E. Broadway St.


*A bicycle was report-
ed stolen from Rack
Room Shoes, 2399 S.E.
Federal Highway.
*A purse was reported
stolen during an auto
burglary at Kiwanis
Park, 425 Colorado Ave.
*A purse was reported
stolen during an auto
burglary at the Prescrip-
tion Shop, 622 Colorado
Ave.
*Fishing tackle was
reported stolen in the
600 block of S.W. Chan-
nel Ave.
*-Potted plants were
reported stolen from the
400 block of S.W. Akron
Ave.
*Cash was reported
stolen from a safe at
Monterey Pointe Golf
club, 950 S.E. Monterey
Road.
*Cash was reported
stolen from a residence
at St. Lucie Place, 232
S.E. St. Lucie Blvd.
*A burglary to an auto
at The Enclave, 1201
Palm Beach Road was
reported.
*A vehicle was report-
ed stolen from Race
Tech, 991 Monterey
Road. The vehicle was
later recovered in Riv-
iera Beach.


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statements. Statements of fact will be checked for,
accuracy.

Dress code

First, I'd like to say that you have such a great paper. I
look forward to Fridays to read it.
My rant is that I am sitting here with the May 25 issue
of the paper in front me.
In this day and age, we are invoking dress codes
because children do not know how to dress properly for
school.
In the paper, I am staring at a picture of a Stuart
woman walking with her six-year-old son at Seawind
Elementary School. I am looking at a woman in hot
pants, that's what it looks like, on school property.
How do we ever expect the students to learn the prop-
er dress code if we have a mother that looks like that
showing up to retrieve her six-year-old son?
Between the platform shoes, and the hot pants, I just
am sitting here shaking my head.
I am not an old biddy, there's just a place for that type
of dress.
In the picture, there's a woman on the left with a knee
length skirt, and I see this mother here with her child in
her outfit.
I really do hope that this makes the paper.

Editor's Note: The photo to which you refer shows a
proud, smiling mother walking with her son after being
awarded a free bicycle on a warm day in May.' The photo
was selected on the basis of that interaction of mother and
son, and rot what the woman was wearing. While you
make a valid point about children learning the impor-
tance of proper attire, and understanding that is some-
thing always open to interpretation, we feel running the
photo was warranted.

It's not the obese people

I'm responding to the recent rant I saw about obese
people. '
I'm a long-time reader of your newspaper, and what I
find really annoying and obnoxious is not the obese peo-
ple, but the people who pick on them.
I've been going to the gym for more than 10 years, and
have been living in the city for 12 years.
I find that the most obnoxious people in the world are
the 50-year-old men that are taking steroids, and other
growth hormone type pills.
They are trying to relive their youth by getting either a
Mercedes, or a Jaguar, to try to impress other people.
I don't find obese people to be so much the problem;
they are usually kind and considerate. It is the people
who pick on them. The little guys with the big muscles
who are trying to make up for other things that they don't
have.
.1 really like your newspaper, and look forward to read-
ing it every week.

Immigration bill

I have a comment on this immigration bill.
John McCain loves to hear himself talk, he is just run-
ning away with stupid statements.
This guy ought to go. He has got to go away.
He is unbelievable.

Wedding rings

I am responding to "wake up and be honest."
I want to stand up for that person, because I also just
Went through that.
The comment from the editor said "Well, if you didn't
see a ring on his finger..."
Most of the men obviously don't wear a ring. Some of
them even marry without a two-ring ceremony, so you
don't know.
I just went through the same thing.
Some guys don't wear their wedding rings, and their is
no sign that they had one on.
I thought the editor's note was a little harsh.
I think there needs to be a process where we can
check these guys out without paying a lot of money.
There are a lot of guys out there that don't wear their
rings, so I am just defending that lady, as I just went


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through the same thing.

How did we get there?

Now that Florida residents are experiencing higher
property taxes, have we thought about how we got there?
It's the mortgage companies that set their require-
ment so low that your dog could have qualified.
It's the large regional, nationally recognized home-
builders who try to sell large, upscale homes so that they
can make a $200 thousand to $300 thousand profit on a
home that cost $300 thousand to build.
It's the speculators, who thought it would only take
three to four months to build a home that they could flip
to make a huge profit without living in it.
It's your local elected commissioners, who only look at
the building site plans, not the square footage of the
house, or the architectural, or final plan of what the
home will look like, from any, and all angles.
Then, in 4004, the unthinkable happened. Hurricane
after hurricane demolished, or damaged many homes,
and/or the infrastructure that support them.
So, many people were under prepared. They thought
it could not happen here.
Our homes sat damaged after hurricanes in 2004 and
2005, while new, large, upscale homes, like those built by
Lennar, Cyntex, and others were completed, and were
ready for speculators to sell, thus driving up the taxes.
If the local elected city and county leaders had enact-
ed a temporary halt to new homes being built, the mate-
rials and workers needed to fix your home, and mine,
would have been available faster.
Maybe our taxes would have increased more slowly.
Now, they have to reduce essential services. More
people can speed, run red lights, and kill more' people,
with fewer police to catch them.
What can we do now?
For openers, you can get picket signs ready that say,
"Where are the small, affordable homes?"
Walk the picket lines in front of the sales offices, and
model home sites of these large, greedy homebuilding
companies,
June 16 for a couple of hours any day, especially on
weekends, and continue until they get the message that
you don't want your county spoiled by more upscale,
new homes.
You can call your county, or city, commissioners and
ask to talk to them. While their aides will talk to you, they
are npt the persons who voted to allow these builders to
build this large amount of unaffordable homes.
Public comment is welcome at your county commis-
sion meetings.
If they don't want to listen to you about your high
property tax problems, vote them out of office.
Now that we are in a major drought, and hurricane
season is upon us, will we run out of water to replenish
the wells of those people fortunate enough not to have to
rely on piped water from the city or county?
The piped water goes to all those large homes, which
are usually in gated communities.,
Who will fix all the homes damaged by a category III,
or category IV hurricane that might hit us again, and


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again?
Some of the construction workers, or the companies,
have left the area because they can't afford to live here
now.
You may never see the unemployment raised right
here in your county, when you have a recession in the
housing industry, because these people have moved out.
It's been said that, "If you do not remember the past,
you're condemned to repeat it."
Look at what happened to New Orleans when it was
hit by two bad hurricanes in the 1950s and the 1960s.
They didn't learn their lessons.
Did we?

Thank you volunteers

This is a rave about the many volunteers who give up
their time, money, and fuel to deliver meals on wheels
every day of the week to the people who can't afford, or
are unable to prepare, their food.
I also want to thank a certain husband and wife team
who deliver my meals every Wednesday.
They are so cheerful, and helpful. I can set my clock
by them.
They are also willing to stay and listen to me, as I tell
them my problems, which I so often do.
I see them on other days of the week, also, because
they seem to fill in quite often for other volunteers who
can't do their day for some reason.
With the price of gas so high these days, it is truly a
blessing to have these individuals who give of their time,
talent, and treasure to help the less fortunate.
God bless all of the volunteers who deliver the meals
on wheels for the Council on Aging program.
And, God bless my special couple.

One world government

Isn't it time for the world's intelligent humans to say
no to wars?
Voices are needed to bring peace to a war weary earth.
It is time to allow efforts, and help to lead humans to a
one-world government.
Separate governments have shown their bloody histo-
ries, and they are no longer acceptable as a way of life on
earth.
The many wars of single countries can be stopped if
the countries join together they can bring the earth into s
one world government.
Aren't we all related?

.(Start cutting at the top

It is amazing how much information is available to the
public.
I've done some research in the past week regarding the
Treasure Coast county and city governments.
I was really surprised to see that there are a lot of top-
heavy management positions at a time wher6 many
worker bee jobs, such as law enforcement personnel,


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Roz Brainin loved
music. She was a great
musician who played
piano, sang and didn't
have any trouble letting
her daughter Bonnie
know when she sang
slightly off-key.
She just loved music
and her favorite song was
one called "The Night
Has a Thousand Eyes"
which was, incidentally,
written by her husband.
When Brainin's memory
started to fail and she was
ultimately diagnosed
with Alzheimer's disease,
Bonnie sold her home
and relocated to the Trea-
sure Coast to take care of
her mom.
"Alzheimer's Communi-
ty Care's Adult Day Care
Center literally saved my
life," said Bonnie Brainin.
"The minute I 'dropped
her off at the Center I was
at ease because I knew
Mom was in good hands
and I didn't have to
worry. She loved this
place to the point that
she would beg -them to
open up on Sundays so
she could come here
every day."]
Last year, Alzheimer's
Community Day Care
Centers along the Trea-
sure Coast provided more
than 82,105 hours of care
for patients with
Alzheimer's and related
disorders.
Licensed by the State
of Florida's Agency for
Healthcare Administra-
tion, the two sites in Mar-,
tin County, and the
newest site in St. Lucie


County, cared for 133
individuals.
Between them, the
three sites can accommo-
date 91 patients per day
and staff are trained and
certified and experienced
in providing specialized
care for the specific
needs of those with
Alzheimer's and related
disorders.
"Everyone at the Cen-
ter is so wonderful and it
was really truly a family
for Mom... and for me,
too," said Bonnie, whose
mother passed away as a
result of her disease.
Ms. Brainin still stays
in touch with Kathy Walk-
er and the staff at the
Adult Day Care Center
because the experience
was so positive for both
she and her mother.
ACC's Ron Radcliffe,
who heads up the Adult
Day Care Center pro-
grams, said that of the
patients who received
care, "86 percent of
patients that exited the
day care centers last fis-
cal year did so for reasons
other than nursing home
placement."
Indeed, many left to
receive care in the home
as they encountered the
final stages of the disease
process.
Utilizing art therapy,
music and sports are just
a few of the many ways
ACC engages its Adult
Day Care Facility
patients.
Throughout the day,
professional staff mem-
bers and volunteers lead
the patients through a
variety of activities
designed to stimulate


minds and help slow
down the process of the
horrifying disease of
Alzheimer's.
At the North Stuart ACC
Adult Day Care Facility,
for example, a day's activ-
ities may include a rous-
ing game of Jeopardy,
bocce, cooking classes,
manicures, word puzzles,
and a sing-along, a game
of Trivial Pursuit or
Spelling Bee, and even
bowling. ACC Adult Day
Care Program Director
Kathy Walker says the
activities are therapeutic
and fun, and the low staff
to patient ratio (five
patients for every staff
member) helps everyone
have ample opportunity
for individualized care.
Providing care six days
a week is also a unique
offering of ACC; a direct
response to the needs of
their patients and fami-
lies.
For family members,
the Adult Day Care Cen-
ters are the chance to
catch up on errands,
make it to medical and
professional appoint-
ments, pick up groceries,
or simply relax for a short
period of time without
having to worry about a
loved one wandering off
into danger.
Day care is the salva-
tion for many caregivers.
Ruth Truesdell of Port St.
Lucie, whose husband
died of Alzheimer's near-
ly two years ago, and who
was the only caregiver for
him, said, "Alzheimer's is
such a painful disease -
not so much for the
patient as for the family.
Having an opportunity


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Frank McDonald of Port St. Lucie and Eric Schneller of Stuart wait their turn while Juanita
Budrini, also of Port St. Lucie, tries to get her bocce ball closest to the pallino during
recreation time at the North Stuart Adult Day Care Facility.


for day care is great for
the patient and the fami-
ly. The people socialize
and make friends and
they take care of one
another, and the family.
It's a wonderful thing."
Although the cost of
providing Adult Day Care
for Alzheimer's and
Dementia specific disor-
ders is exorbitant, ACC is
committed to keeping its
costs affordable ($55 per
day) and works hard to
find scholarships and
funding opportunities for
families who have need.
"We base our service on
need, not on money,"
said Mrs. Walker. "There's.
not a long waiting list
right now and if there is
funding available for a
family to help, I try to
find it."
ACC Adult Day Care
facilities provide routine
health maintenance by a


licensed nurse, an indi-
vidually-tailored, thera-
peutic activities program,
care for incontinent and
wheelchair bound
patients, assistance with
personal care, nutritious
meals and snacks served
daily, transportation
coordination, where
available, referrals for
physical, occupational,
and speech therapists,
weekly support groups,
and most important of
all, the ongoing support
of caring and knowledge-
able staff and volunteers.
Volunteer opportuni-
ties abound and ACC Vol-
unteer Coordinator Bev-
erly Penver says .no
special skills are needed
besides a capacity to care
and a willingness to
learn. Penver, who gained
her initial experience
with Alzheimer's and
related disorders while


caring for her grand-
mother during the end
stages of her life.
,She encourages indi-
viduals who might be
looking for a rewarding
and fulfilling volunteer
opportunity to consider
contacting ACC for addi-
tional information on the
many different ways to
share time and talent
with the agency.
For additional informa-
tion on Alzheimer's Dis-
ease, or if you'd like to
help as a volunteer or
contributor, please con-
tact Alzheimer's Commu-
nity Care's main head-
quarters at (561)
683-2700 or visit them
online atwww.alzcare.org
If you are a caregiver in
need of support, or are
suffering from the disease,
please call the ACC 24-
Hour Crisis Line at (800)
394-1771.


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This column originally
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2006 edition of Hometown
News.
Buying a new or used
car is one of the last
bastions of the
negotiated price.
In some countries,
negotiation is fairly
common in stores, but in
America, most products
are sold at a fixed price.
Some of us are simply not
comfortable negotiating
and most of us are not very
good at it.
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to buy a new or used car is
on the Internet. You can do
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is the best to suit your
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what kind of price you can
expect to pay and finally,
get quotes from several
dealerships on that
specific car.
However, everybody is
not "Internet savvy" and if
you are not, you may find
it necessary to walk into a
car dealership and negoti-
ate for the lowest price.
If you are not comfort-
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best advice I can give you
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with you who is. Car sales
people and sales managers
are trained experts in
negotiation. This is how
they make their living.
Here are some tips for
you if you decide that you
want to negotiate the best
price on a car.
If you have a trade-in,
keep that separate from
the negotiation. Negotiate
the best price on the car
you are buying and then
negotiate the best price
you can get for your trade-
in. Don't fall for the old
"over allowance" on your
trade-in ruse. This is where
the dealer makes up the
price of car you are buying
higher so that he can make
you think you are getting
more for your trade-in.
Never buy a car on
payments alone. Always
negotiate the best price
you can for the car you are
buying and then calculate
your best payment after
you have negotiated for
the best interest rate.
Be sure you understand
how the dealer arrived at
his retail price. Federal law
dictates that a Monroney
label be.affixed to every
vehicle with a manufactur-
er's suggested retail price.
Many dealers mark that up


EARL STEWART
On Cars

with another label, often
referred to as a "market
adjustment addendum."
This markup can be
several thousands of
dollars.
Expect the first price you
are given to be substantial-
ly higher than what you
can buy the car for. Sales
people and sales managers
are trained to "start high
because you can always
come down." Don't be
afraid to offer substantially
less than the initial asking
price. You should do what
the car salesman does, but
in reverse. "Start low
because you can always go
higher."
If the salesman accepts
your first offer, you proba-
bly offered too much. In
fact, shrewd car sales
people are trained to
always ask for more
money, even if the offer is
good one. This is because
they don't want to "scare
off the customer" by
telegraphing to the cus-
tomer that his offer was
high.
If the salesperson asks
you for a deposit before he
will begin.negotiating,
determine whether the
deposit is refundable.
Florida law requires a
nonrefundable deposit be
disclosed in writing on the
receipt. If this is printed on
your receipt, insist that
this be waived in writing
on your buyer's order. If
the dealer will not agree to
this, be warned that he
may be able to keep your
deposit if you change your
mind about buying the car.
Be prepared for a lot of
"back and forth" when the
salesman takes your first
offer back to the manager.


When you get close to
finding a mutually accept-
able price, the manager
himself will often come to
talk to you. Don't be
intimidated and stick to
your guns even when they
tell you this is "positively,
absolutely the lowest
price." Even if you think
you do have the lowest
price, a great strategy is to
get up, walk out of the
showroom and get into
your car to drive away.
This will often precipi-
tate an even better price.
When you try this, the
worst-case scenario is that
you really do drive home,
but you can always return
and buy the car the next
day for the last price they
quoted you.
They may tell you that
you have to buy today, but
nine times out of 10 that is
a bluff. The only exception
is when there are factory
rebates and incentives
expiring.
The last day of the
month really is a good
time to buy a car. The
salesman's bonus money is
maximized, the factory
incentives are in effect, the
managers are desperate to
make their quotas and it is
the one time of the month
when the buyer has the
best edge in the negotia-
tion.
Caveat emptor "let the
buyer beware" could have
been written specifically
for what you can expect
when you walk into a car
dealership to negotiate the
best price. You are up
, against some of the
shrewdest, most experi-
enced negotiators any-
where.
But, if you will follow my
advice, you should be able
to hold your own and
maybe even get a great
deal.
Earl Stewart is the owner
and general manager of
Earl Stewart Toyota in
North Palm Beach. The
dealership is located at
1215 N. Federal Highway
in Lake Park. Contact him
at www.earlstewarttoy-
ota.com, call (561) 358-
1474, fax (561) 658-0746 or
e-mail earls@earlstewart-
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The law firm of Fox,
Wackeen, Dungey, et al,
located in Stuart, has
announced that Jason D.
Siegel has joined the firm
as an associate.
Mr. Siegel will be prac-
ticing in the area of civil
litigation.
"We're fortunate to
have the ability to
expand our litigation
department with a new
attorney of Mr. Siegel's
caliber," said partner


Shelly J. Stirrat. "His suc-
cess in the academic field
will translate well into
the field of law."
Mr. Siegel earned his
Juris Doctor from the
University of Florida,
Levin College of Law. He
holds a Masters of Arts
Degree in International
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versity of Florida and
earned his undergradu-
ate degree, a Bachelor of
Arts in Finance, with
honors from the Univer-
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Two high-end stores are
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marketer of. accessories
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Treasure Coast Square,"
said Erin Holley, Manager
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sure Coast Square. "They
will enhance the mall's
retail mix with their appeal
to the 25-year to 55-year
old market segment, and
its move towards upscale
retail offerings," she
added.
For more information,
contact Erin Holley, Man-
ager of Mall Marketing,
Treasure Coast Square, at
(772) 692-9401.

Rants
From page A6
firemen, etc. may be elimi-
nated.
I am curious as to
whether or not plans have
been made to eliminate
positions such as the
"assistant" positions. We
have assistant tax collec-
tors, assistant directors,
and assistant supervisors
in our local government.
I think that at a time like
this, the tax collector, the
directors, and supervisors
should do the jobs that
they were either elected to
do, or hired to do without
assistants.
Considering the high
salaries that are being paid
to these assistants, many
essential worker bee jobs
could be saved.
If we do save these jobs


Wildfire information

now available with

daily updates


Web site will
also help with
information on
summer driving
conditions

BY RITA HART
Staff writer
MARTIN COUNTY-
Although most Martin
County residents are
well aware of the severe
drought and the threat
of wildfires it brings, the
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services'
Division of Forestry is
ensuring everyone with
access to a computer
can stay informed.
Updated every morn-
ing, the Daily Wildfire
Report lists all active
fires in the state, listing
each individually, along
with the counties affect-


This


information


should prove invaluable
for anyone trying to
make travel plans in the
state of Florida.
For example, on June
4, a golf course fire in
Martin County was list-
ed as active, with 385
acres a burned and 95
percent contained.
Martin County Fire


because of eliminating the
top heavy, high salaried
assistant jobs, we may be
.able to continue to enjoy
our parks and our libraries.
*The cuts really should
begin at the top of the food
chain.
I hope that everybody
that has any power will
take advantage of looking
at the books, and seeing
where they can eliminate
the positions that cost the
most, and hurt the public
the least.

Tired of
Republican ratings

Ever notice that of all the
political affiliations of the
letters submitted, the ones


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Rescue Chief Tom
Billington said although
the fire was 95 percent
contained, "We want it
100 percent out, so we
are still working to put it
out completely and
have a few resources on
the scene."
The Web site also pro-
vides a "Wildfire
Overview," with
descriptive information
of each fire, including
the date it started,
buildings and land
affected and the sus-
pected cause. Weather
outlooks and visibility
on specific roadways
are also provided.
Chief Billington
believes this Web site
will serve the public
well.
"Obviously, with sum-
mer vacations here, it's
good to get road condi-
tions," said Chief
Billington.
"And if you're going
camping, you can find
out what the fire haz-
ards might be in that
area. In some cases, the
road you have to take
may have poor visibili-
ty," he said.
To access the Daily Fire
Report, visit the Web site
at www.doacs.state.fl.us
or www.fl-dof.com.


from Republicans are far
and away the most ven-
omous and hateful?
I, for one, am sick and
tired of their endless ranting
and pointing fingers, caus-
ing more problems while
solving none.
Thanks to you, the rest of
the world now hates us far
worse than ever before.
You instill fear in the lem-
mings of the country to jus-
tify going to war for ulterior
motives, and all you've
accomplished is to make us
a far greater target than we
ever were before.
Thanks a lot.
If you condone war so
much, let's send your chil-
dren to do your bidding and
leave the rest at home!
Speaking of war, you are
the biggest condoners of
war, yet your platform also
preaches to be pro-life.
Being pro-war and pro-
life is just one of the many
hypocrisies you embody.
Quit blaming Clinton for
everything; that ship has
sailed.
You use the knee-jerk
cliche of "tax and spend,"
but how easily you overlook
that under Clinton we had
the biggest budget surplus
in history, and under Bush
we have the biggest deficit.
For all the corrupt deal-
ings of this administration, if
Clinton was impeached,
Bush should be imprisoned.


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Scholarship available for person

of American Indian heritage


Photo courtesy of Hester Bryant
Joe Torre, right, receives a token of appreciation from State Council Chair Don Hering,
left. Torre was named 2007 "Ombudsman of the Year."


Area resident is named


Ombudsman of the Year


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Joe Torre was recognized by
the Treasure Coast Council
of Florida's Long-Term Care
Ombudsman Program as
"Ombudsman of the Year"
for the Treasure Coast
Council.
"I have a love for the resi-
dents," said Torre, a former
newspaper manufacturer
and grandfather of two.
"Golfing and boating is one
thing, but as we get older,
it's time for us to give some-
thing back to people who
are in need."
The Treasure Coast Coun-
cil serves Martin, St. Lucie,
Indian River, and Okee-
chobee counties.
"Joe leaves no stone
unturned," said Treasure
Coast district manager
Nancy Schoemig. "He will
get a difficult, complex
complaint and will examine


it from every possible
angle."
In nominating him for the
award, Torre's peers
described him as deeply
compassionate, with a gen-
uine interest in improving
the situation of long-term
care residents.
As an ombudsman, he
identifies, investigates and
resolves the concerns of
frail elders living in local
nursing homes, assisted liv-
ing facilities and adult fami-
ly care homes.
The 80-year-old Port St.
Lucie resident volunteers
much more than the 20
hours a month required by
the program. In addition to
serving as a senior ombuds-
man and mentor, Torre
serves on the program's
state council and is active in
visiting local legislators.
His loyalty runs deep; he
once skipped an awards


dinner with former Gover-
nor Bush to attend his local
council's monthly meeting.
"Joe is an extremely dedi-
cated ombudsman," said
state Long-Term Care
Ombudsman Brian Lee,
who serves as the program's
director. "Joe's commitment
to helping residents is a tes-
tament to his compassion."
"It becomes a part of you,"
Torre said of his volunteer
work. "I'm very proud of our
council, and I'm honored
that they picked me [as
Ombudsman of the Year]."
The Treasure Coast Coun-
cil is currently seeking more
volunteers.
To learn more about the
Long-Term Care Ombuds-
man Program's services and
volunteer opportunities, call
toll-free (888) 831-0404 or
v i s i t
http: / /ombudsman.myflori
da.com.


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

A full scholarship, that
includes room and board,
has been made available for
local students through 7th
Generation Community
Services Corporation, in
Titusville.
The award is designated
for a student of American
Indian heritage who is
financially unable to go to
college. The student must
use the scholarship toward
a veterinary technology
degree
7th Generation is a non-


profit corporation commit-
ted to collaborative ven-
tures that assist Native
Americans to achieve their
self-determined goals for
economic and community
growth.
The selected candidate
must earn an associate
degree in veterinary tech-
nology at Brevard Commu-
nity College in Cocoa.
Beach, which is located
near the 7th Generation
offices.
The college is collaborat-
ing with 7th Generation to
ensure the scholarship


S -
Jerry Spady, a well known
businessman in Nebraska, has
come to the Treasure Coast. He
is presently involved in more
than 13 new dealerships. Mr.
Spady is an entrepreneur that
has climbed to the top of the
mountain starting from ground
zero. He has achieved his goals
in the car sales industry by
being fair.


recipient a spot in the
accredited program.
A 7th GenerationBoard
member will provide part-
time, paid employment in
his veterinary practice. The
program will begin in Janu-
ary2008.
7th Generation encour-
ages submission of applica-
tions by June 30.
Visit www.7thGenera-
tion.org and follow the link
to download and print the
application form, or contact
Connie Ashworth by (888)
385-0207, or at
info@7thGeneration.org.


In the Treasure Coast he
has found Mr. John Morello, an
Italian descent who has been
well known in the Martin
County business community for
his fairness in the car-sales
industry for many years.
Together, they are prepared to
offer all the Treasure Coast resi-
dents the most amazing selec-
tion of cars, trucks, SUVs, and
vans, all hand picked and of "A"
value, at fair prices. They also
have working for you a great list
of banks and financial
institutions that will make an
extra effort to fit everybody's
budget in fair manner.
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When the rain is pouring
and the winds start gusting
to 150 miles per hour, it's
too late to insure your
property. The hurricane
season is again upon us,
and you need to have your
property insured -well
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view, Diana Ellwood, of
Accurate Insurance and
Financial Services, stated,
"Many people don't realize
that there is a waiting peri-
od for certain types of
home insurance to
become effective."
Most property owners
realize the need for wind-
storm insurance, but
experts say that they also
need to have at least fire
and flood insurance. Many
people do not think of hur-
ricanes as being a poten-
tial cause of fires. However,
damage caused by hurri-
canes to the electrical sys-
tem in a home can present
a real fire hazard.
Additionally, property
owners should have flood
insurance even if they are
not located in a flood zone.
"Floods aren't just
caused by hurricanes,"
said Ellwood, who serves
clients in Martin and St.
Lucie counties.
She further noted that
flood insurance is relative-
ly inexpensive if the prop-
erty is not in a high-risk
flood zone.
A great concern for
many property owners
today is that their insurers
have notified them their
. insurance will not be
renewed after this hurri-
cane season. This has hap-
pened to thousands of
people, even if they have
not made a damage claim.


These cancellations
have come about because
certain companies have
changed their operating
policies. A solution is to
seek out an independent
company that represents
several different insurance
carriers.
One of these compa-
nies can find the best carri-
er for you. If you have been
non-renewed, get a com-
mitment from a new carri-
er before your current
insurance expires to be
sure of continuing cover-
age, says Ellwood.
Another area of con-
cern for many property
owners is that their homes
are older, and some insur-
ers have refused them
insurance for that reason.
This is not a problem for
some of the independent
companies.
For instance, Accurate
Insurance will find a carri-
er for houses up to two
hundred years of age. Of
course, owners of proper-
ties over forty years old
must have the properties
inspected before insur-
ance can be issued.'
Property owners aren't
the only ones who need
insurance. Renters often
say, "Why should I get
insurance when I don,t
own the property?"
The answer is that most
people don't realize the
considerable amount of


personal property they
have. The cost to replace
all of their property would
be a great deal more than
they imagine.
"We help people under-
stand that renters should
buy renters, insurance,"
said Ellwood. "They are
often amazed to find that
renters, insurance is very
reasonable."
Once you have insur-
ance, what-do you do if you
have hurricane or other
damage?
In order to expedite a
successful resolution to
your claim, Ellwood offers
the following advice,
"Contact your carrier's rep-
resentative or your agent.
Then do your best to pre-
vent further damage to
your property. Finally, and
of great importance, take
photographs of the dam-
age."
Before the hurricanes
hit, property owners
should be sure to have
their property properly
insured. There are insur-
ance representatives who
can help them, even if
their current insurer has
not renewed their policy.
They can be found in
the yellow pages under
"Insurance", or they can
contact Diana Ellwood at
Accurate Insurance, 439 SE
Port Saint Lucie Blvd. Port
St. Lucie FL 34984 (772)
873-9979.


Fifth annual catch and photo fishing

tournament slated for June 22


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The fifth annual catch
and photo fishing tourna-
ment will be held on June
22, at the Florida Oceano-
graphic Coastal Center, in
Stuart.
Participants may fish
from a boat, a kayak, a
dock or from the shoreline.
Inshore waters run from
Jupiter to Sebastian.
Divisions include; open


and pro (guide), as well as
a free youth division (12
and under). Special
bonuses include fly and
kayak awards.
Anglers must meet on
Friday, June 22, at the
Florida Oceanographic
Coastal Center at 7 p.m.
Fishing on Saturday,
June 23, runs from 7 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
There will be an awards
presentations, a BBQ-fish


fry, and festivities will be
held at the Florida.
Oceanographic Coastal
Center on Sunday, June
24, at 3:30 p.m.
Florida Oceanographic
Coastal Center is located
at 890 N.E. Ocean Blvd.,
Stuart.
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ently form available on
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Summer Camps


Events to kick off
summer for youth


Boys and Girls Club
offers local camps

The Boys and Girls
Clubs of Martin County
offers summer camps in
Port Salerno, Palm City
and Hobe Sound for chil-
dren ages 6 to 18.
Activities include
games, arts and crafts,
tournaments and field
trips to Chuck E. Cheese,
movies, local bowling
alleys and water parks.
Other on-site pro-
grams, like tap dancing,
basketball, cheerleading
and arts and crafts, will
continue after the school
year ends.
The cost to all camps is
$25 per week per child.
Discounts are available if
paying for entire 10
weeks at once or for
more than one child.
Field trips cost extra.
* Port Salerno: 7:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each
day, from June 4 to Aug.
10 at John and Marge
BoltoIr Port Salerno
branch, 4731 S.E. Floun-
der Ave., in Stuart.
To register, call Rhonda
McGahee, site coordina-
tor, at (772) 283-5900 or
visit the office.
* Hobe Sound: 8 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. each day
from June 4 to Aug. 10 at
Cole-Clark Hobe Sound
branch, 11500 S.E. Lares
Ave.
To register, call Patricia
Andree Wiltens, site coor-
dinator, at (772) 545-0054
or visit the office.
* Palm City: 8 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. each day from
June 4 to Aug. 10 at Palm
City branch, 2655 S.W.
Immanuel Terrace.
To register, call Iorraine
Cherisol, site coordinator,
at (772) 220-9160 or visit
the office.
Due to summer's
decrease of large
fundraising events and
donations from seasonal
residents, The Boys and
Girls Clubs of Martin
County needs the com-
munity's support help
support these summer
programs.


The Boys and Girls
Clubs of Martin County
hopes residents will
sponsor children during
the summer camp pro-
gram.
Residents can also help
by volunteering, provid-
ing afternoon snacks for
the children or con-
tributing in any way they
can.
Send donations to The
Boys and Girls Clubs of
Martin County Adminis-
trative Offices, 11500 S.E.
Lares Ave., Hobe Sound,
FL 334455.
For more information,
call ody Clifford, director
of development, at (772)
545-1255.

Music camp to begin
in late summer

The Treasure, Coast
Singing Stars Summer
Music Camp, sponsored
by the Treasure Coast
Community Singers, is
scheduled from July 30 to
Aug. 11.
The camp is for stu-
dents entering grades
third through eighth who
like to sing.
Camp activities include
choral singing in parts
with a final concert, plus
classes in sight-reading,
harmony, rhythm and
blending voices.
The camp runs Monday
through Friday from 9
a.m. to noon. A concert is
scheduled for Saturday,
Aug. 11, at 11 a.m.
The camp will be at
North Stuart Baptist
Church, 1950 N. Federal
Highway, in Stuart.
The cost is $150. The
application plus $50 are
due July 9 with the bal-
ance due July 25.
For more information,
contact Ruth Coffin at
(772). 359-9692 or the
Treasure Coast Commu-
nity Singers at (772) 878-
9292.

Libraries offer
summer reading
incentive

Martin County Library
System's summer reading
program, "Read All About


It," aims to keep children
reading all summer long.
The Florida Library
Youth Program offers
youth, preschool through
middle school, stories,
crafts, performances and
prizes as an incentive to
read.
At the library, children
must visit Children's
World to pick up a read-
ing log for keeping track
of the books read during
the summer.
The library will offer
prizes, books and a
library messenger bag to
those who read.
Children will receive a
sticker that goes on a
personalized, cut-out
treasure chest in Chil-
dren's World for each day
they read or listen to a
story for more than 20
minutes.
The more days the child
reads, the more prizes he
or she wins.
* Read one day and
pick one draw from the
Children's World treasure
chest.
* Read five days and
win one book and one
draw.
* Read 10 days, win
one draw; 15 days, one
book.


+ Read 20 days and win
one book and one draw.
* Read 30 days and win
one messenger bag.
This reading incentive
program ends after the
child passes 30 days or
on Aug. 12, before school
starts.
For more information,
visit the MCLS Web site,
www.library.martin.fl.us,
call (772) 221-1403 or
visit Children's World at


any of the following Mar-
tin County libraries:
* Blake Library, 2351
S.E. Monterey Road, Stu-
art
* Cummings Library,
2551 S.W. Matheson Ave.,
Palm City
* Elisabeth Lahti
Library, 15200 S.E.
Adams Ave., Indiantown
* Hobe Sound Public
Library, 10595 S.E. Feder-
al Highway, Hobe Sound


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* Hoke. Library, 1150
N.W. Jack Williams Way,
Jensen Beach .
* Robert Morgade
Library, 5851 S.E. Com-
munity Drive, Stuart
The summer reading
incentive- program is
funded by the Library
Foundation of Martin
County with staff sup-
port from the Martin
County Board of County
Commissioners.


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Support Groups


* Alzheimer Support
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art holds support groups
that meet at the following
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Lutheran Church, 2200
North U.S. 1 in Stuart on
Wednesday from 2-4
p.m.; and at the Towers
Building, 1111 South U.S.
1, Suite 222, in Stuart,


every Thursday from 1-3
p.m. For information, call
(772) 223-6351.
* Atkins Support Group:
This nonprofit support
group meets at 6 p.m.


Thursday at 1298 N.
Federal Highway, Stuart.
For information, call
(772) 692-3200.
* Chronic Illness/Pain
Syndrome Support


Group: The group meets
the second and fourth
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11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at
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* Depression Bi-polar
Support Alliance: Weekly
meetings at 7 p.m. Sun-
days at Redeemer Luther-
an Church, 2450 S.E.
Ocean Blvd., Stuart. For
information, call (772)
341-4992 or (772) 349-
4235.
* Insomnia Support
Group: If you have RLS
(Restless Leg Syndrome)
or Peripheral Neuropathy
that is keeping you awake
at night, come to the next
meeting at the Robert
Morgade Library on
Salerno Road in Stuart on
Saturday, June 9, at 2 p.m.
Call (772) 546-0750 or
(772) 287-1292.
* Mental Health Support
Group: The group offers a
weekly meeting for peo-
ple who are recovering
from mental illnesses,
along with their families
and friends. The meeting
starts at 3 p.m. Tuesday
at Harbor Network Drop-
In Center in Stuart. For
information, call (772)
287-4545.
* Overeaters Anonymous
support group: Meetings
are held from 12:30 to
1:30 p.m. on Thursdays,
and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on
Tuesday, at St. Mary's
Church, 623 S.E. Ocean
Blvd., in Stuart. For infor-
mation, call (772) 283-
1409.
* Overeaters Anonymous
support group: Twelve-
step meetings are held on
Saturday at 9 a.m. at
Unity Church, 211 Cen-
tral Parkway, in Stuart.
For information, call
(772) 631-7765.
* 'Parenting with Pur-
pose' support group: This
group is for parents
whose children are 5 to
18 years old; it focuses on
offering advice, skills and
support. The group meets
from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Thursday at the East
10th Street Park, 724 E.
10th St., in Stuart. For
information, call (772)
220-7808.
* Peripheral Neuropathy
Support Group: For
information, call Lou at
(772) 287-1292.
* Restless Leg Syndrome
Support Group: For
information, call (772)
546-0750.
* 'Stroke of Hope' Club
and Aphasia Group: This
support program is for
memory and speech diffi-
culties. Caregivers are
welcome. Held at Hobe
Sound Community Pres-
byterian Church, S.E.
Adonis Ave. at S.E. Juno
Crescent. Meetings run
from 10 a.m. to noon
every Thursday. No fee is
required. For informa-
tion, call (772) 546-5043.
* Treasure Coast Parkin-
son's Disease Support
Group: The "Movers and
Shakers" support group
of Martin County gathers
on the second Monday of
each month at 1 p.m. For
information, call (772)
288-1494.
To include a support
group in these listings,
send an e-mail to
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sol.com, mail the infor-
mation to 1102 South
U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL
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For more information,
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Hometown News


Friday, June 8, 2007









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Deaths


Nancy L. Vernoia

Nancy L. Vernoia, 91, of
Stuart, died May 15, 2007,
at the Parkway Health &
Rehabilitation Center in
Stuart.
Mrs. Vernoia was born
in Brooklyn, N.Y., and
moved to Stuart 34 years
ago from Chatham Town-
ship, N.J.
She was of the Catholic
faith.
She was preceded in
death by her husband of
63 years, Richard Vernoia.
She is survived by two
sons, Richard Vernoia of
Stuart, and Robert Ver-
noia of White City; and
three grandchildren.
Arrangements were
under the direction of
Young-Seawinds Funeral
Home and Crematory,
Fort Pierce

Edward Johnson

Edward Johnson, 83, of
Stuart, died May 29, 2007,
at Treasure Coast Hos-
pices in Stuart.
He was born in Pleas-
antville, N.J., and was a
resident of Stuart for
three years, coming from
Pleasantville, N.J.
He was a member of the
6th District Rescue Squad
in Cardiff, N.J.
He was preceded in
death by his son, Edward
Johnson III; two brothers,
Normon Johnson and
Milton Johnson; two sis-
ters, Dorothy Johnson
and Elizabeth Johnson;
and his parents, Edward
and Emily (Tally) John-
son.


He is survived by his
loving wife of 61 years
Doris (Dempsey) Johnson
of Stuart; two daughters,
Nancy Dutton of Mays
Landing, N.J., and Susan
Aucott of Pleasantville,
N.J.; five grandchildren
and two great-grandchil-
dren.
Memorials can be made
to Treasure Coast Hos-
pices 1201 S.E. Indian
Street Stuart, FL 34997.
Arrangements are being
handled by All County
Funeral Home & Cremato-
ry, 1010 NW Federal High-
way, Stuart.

Edward F. Kelly, II

Edward E Kelly, II, 82, of
Stuart, died May 26, 2007,
at Parkway Health &
Rehabilitation Center in
Stuart.
He was born in Lowell,
Mass., and was a resident
of Stuart for 10 years,
coming from Nashua,
N.H.
He served in the U.S.
Navy and was a member
of the Knights of Colum-
bus.
He is survived by his
wife of 58 years Mary R.
(Boner) Kelly; a son,
Edward E Kelly, III of Tyn-
gsboro. Mass.., and one
grandson.
Memorial donations
may be made in lieu of
flowers to St. Vincent De
Paul Society, 12001 S.E.
Federal Hwy., Hobe
Sound, FL. 33455,
Arrangements were han-
dled by All County Funer-
al Home & Crematory,
1010 NW Federal High-


way, Stuart.

Douglas Lozon

Douglas Lozon, 79, of
Stuart, died May 23, 2007,
at Martin Memorial Hos-
pital South.
He was born in Wallace-
burg, Canada and was a
resident of Stuart for 24
years, coming from Red-
ford Township, Mich.
He served in the U.S. Air
Force during World War
II.
Before retirement, he
was superintendent of
product services for
Detroit Diesel Allison
where he worked for over
30 years.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Alfred and Verna Lozon;
and his first wife of 47
years Joyce Lozon.
He is survived by his
wife of seven years, Dottie
Carson Lozon, a daugh-
ter, Diane Pantel of Palm
City; three sons, Fred
Lozon of Farmington
Hills, Mich., Bruce Lozon
of Burleson, Texas, and
Ron Lozon of Roseville,
Mich..; a stepson, William
G. Carson of Stuart; and a
stepdaughter Cathy
Owens of Jupiter; thirteen
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are being
handled by All County
Funeral Home & Cremato-
ry, 1010 NW Federal High-,
way, Stuart.

Mary E. Seigford
Mary E. Seigford, 82, of
Hobe Sound, died May


30, 2007, at her residence
in Hobe Sound.
She was born in Ash-
land, Pa., and was a resi-
dent of Florida for 45
years, coming from Tho-
rofare, N.J.
She enjoyed gardening
and was an avid reader.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
William and Evelyn (Zim-
merman) Smith.
She is survived by three
daughters, Linda Calla-
han of St. Cloud, Laura
Stinson of Tequesta, and
Lisa Seigford of Hobe
Sound; four grandchil-
dren and two great-
grandchildren..
Memorial donations can
be made to Treasure
Coast Hospices 1201 S.E.
Indian Street Stuart, FL
34997.
Arrangements were han-
dled by All County Funer-
al Home & Crematory,
1010 NW Federal High-
way, Stuart.

Catherine M
Howland

Catherine M. Howard,


90, of Stuart, died May 19,
2007, at Treasure Coast
Hospices in Stuart.
She was born in Brook-
lyn, N.Y. and was a resi-
dent of Stuart for 7
months coming from
Ridgefield, N.J.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Edward and Theresa
(Aliano) Jackomin; her
loving husband of 65
years, Elwin S. Howland;
and sisters, Marie Jack-
omin and Therese John-
son.
She is survived by two
sons, Elwin J Howland of
Stuart, and Robert E How-
land of Maywood, N.J.; a
brother, Anthony E Jack-
omin of Toms River, N.J.;
and two grandchildren.
Memorials can be made
to Treasure Coast Hos-
pices 1201 S.E. Indian
Street Stuart, FL 34997.
Arrangements were han-
dled by All County Funer-
al Home & Crematory,
1010 NW Federal High-
way, Stuart.

Elwin S. Howland
Elwin S. Howland, 90, of


Stuart, died May 1, 2007,
at St. Lucie Medical Cen-
ter in Port St. Lucie.
He was born in Brook-
lyn, N.Y. and was a resi-
dent of Stuart for seven
months, coming from
Ridgefield, N.J. He was a
member of the Blue Chip
Chorus of Bergen County
in Teaneck, N.J
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Elwin Howland and Marie
(Boyle) Howland.
He loving wife of 65
years, Catherine M. How-
land of Stuart, died on
May 19,'2007.
He is survived by two
sons, Elwin J. Howland of
Stuart, and Robert E.
Howland of Maywood,
N.J.; two sisters, Dorothy
Pytko of Tully, N.Y., and
Frances Jacobs of Staten
Island, N.Y.; and two
grand-children.
Memorials can be made
to Treasure Coast Hos-
pices 1201 S.E. Indian
Street Stuart, FL 34997.
Arrangements were han-
dled by All County Funer-
al Home & Crematory,
1010 NW Federal High-
way, Stuart.


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the silence of your
heart and spirit and listen
closely.
Ask the divine power of
the universe, however you
know that power, to make
you a channel for truth
today. Open your entire
being and let it flow
through you and fill you


with divine purpose.
This kind of faith,
patience, trust and surren-
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What we sow comes
back multiplied to the
source. Sow positive, reap
positive. Sow negative,
reap more of the same.
It all comes down to the
choices we make and the
quality of life we want.
All the education,
experience, wealth or
prestige in the world will
not make us truly happy if
we have a hunger in our
soul that is left empty and
unfulfilled.
How happy are you?
The second need is to let
our families know how
special they are to us.
Tell them you love them,
every day. Better yet, show
them with kind deeds.
* If your blood kin aren't
there, create an extended
family to love. Love in the
heart for those around you
is the second foundation
stone for peace, health,
abundance, faith, creativi-
ty, true and lasting happi-
ness and the spiritual life.
We do our best when we
are psyched up and on a
natural high without the
use of artificial stimulants.
No matter what the


JAMES TUCKER
The Spirit Guide

challenge, love is the
solution.
Third, eat a healthy,
hearty breakfast. You have
to fill up the physical tank
as well. If you are going on
a long journey, you won't
make it on an empty tank.
We have it within our-
selves to create a good life.
Fourth, the thoughts and
ideas we plant in our mind
is next; what we imagine
we want to transform and
manifest into the created
form of the idea.
If we try to create with-
out the help of spiritual
and family love and
physical endurance, we
run out of gas.
Our journey each day


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stops or sidetracks before
reaching the desired
destination.
The four dynamic keys to
success in life are to feed
the spirit first. Then family.
Next, our bodies and
minds.
A garden won't grow well
if it is hungry. Hunger
creates fear and worry.
Worry creates sadness.
When we are empty
inside we get stuck.
There is a far greater way
to live. The starting point is
faith and trust in the
higher power.
The second is to ask for
and affirm that you have
the things that make you
happy right now.
Affirmation creates the
roots and blessing between
the idea and the creative
power. It's the same as
watering the seed.
Third is asking for the
power of unconditional
love of spirit to work for
and through us in the
creative process.
Fourth is to watch for
the signs of new life.
Read the signs and help
the idea grow, blossom
and bring us the harvest
and desired results.
You can do all these
things and more. There is a
genius living in your soul
since birth. Go inside, find
your gifts and talents,
bring them out and set
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Soul to soul
Columns online: If you
have been helped by this
column, tell your family
and friends. Find it at
myhometownnews.net.
Click on "counselors/advi-
sors."
Other opportunities: I
also do private readings,
home and office parties,
life coaching and inspira-
tional group talks.
Compilations: Volumes
1, 2 and 3 of Spirit Guide
columns is available. Cost
is $20 each, plus a one-
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for one or all volumes.
Reaching out: Call
(772) 334-9487, e-mail
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write James Tucker, 4550
N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, FL 34957.
Cash, checks or credit
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Appearances: I will be
doing readings and a
workshop at the Body,
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24 at the Civic Auditorium
in Melbourne. It's a great
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you there.
Until next time, never
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Travel insurance, most
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t In many cases, even if
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GERALDINE BLANCHARD
Travel columnist

purchase.
*Your flight has been
cancelled.
Your bags have been
lost and your prescription
medications are in them.
*Your passport and
wallet are stolen, so you
need cash and your
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A terrorist incident
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Death occurs during
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We in the travel business
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travelers to look at a
vacation investment from
a sensible angle.
Whenever you are in the
planning stage of your get-
away, let a travel agent
suggest an insurance plan
to suits your needs for that
particular trip.
There are a number of
good insurance compa-
nies that provide plans
that are almost
customized to fit your
needs.
Travel still ranks among
the most exciting events in
one's life. Don't leave your
insurance behind.
Until next time, happy
travel dreams.

Geraldine Blanchard is
vice president of Global
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Eau Gallie Blvd., Mel-
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Pudding and gelatin can
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in a 4-serving and a 6-
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A past recipe for "Straw-
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Today, I'll give you two
meatloaf recipes.
Remember, meatloaf
made with a lean cut of beef
that you have freshly
ground will give you a "good
for you" dinner.
When my kids were little
and refused to eat their
veggies, I would freeze all
the leftovers and add them
to my meat,
Vegetables, such as
broccoli, cauliflower and
cabbage don't work, but
most of the others do.
I called it "Confetti
Meatloaf" because of all the
colors. Not only did it
stretch the meat, which
many of us have to do, it
was also delicious.
I now use canned,
undiluted vegetable soup
with alphabet pasta since I
no longer have many
leftover veggies.
For less fat in the meat-
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actually "fries" the meat.
Use a baking pan and shape
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Make a large recipe.
Freeze half for the next no-
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Enjoy. See you next week!

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1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 cup catsup
Gravy Master (optional)

Mix all ingredients except
sliced onion together, place
in a roasting pan and shape
into a loaf. Rub Gravy
Master over top of meat for
a richer gravy.
Surround meatloaf with
peeled, wedged potatoes,
carrots that have been
halved and cut in strips and
the sliced onion.
Sprinkle vegetables with
salt and pepper.
If you like red gravy with
your meatloaf, top meat
with about 1/2 cup tomato
sauce.
Bake uncovered in a 350-
degree E oven for about 3/4
hour. Add about 1/2 cup
water or broth to the pan,
cover and continue baking
for 15 minutes more.
When done, transfer meat
to a platter; remove vegeta-
bles with a slotted spoon.
De-fat meat juices with
ice cubes and prepare gravy
as per instruction in several
previous recipes, adding
Gravy Master for color and
powdered bullion for flavor
if necessary.

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2 eggs or egg whites or
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1/2 medium onion,
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1/4 cup wheat germ
(optional)
Gravy Master
Potatoes, carrots and
onions

Note: If using leftover
veggies, omit soup and add
1/2 cup tomato sauce or
ketchup.
Mix together all ingredi-
ents listed up to and
including wheat germ.
Shape into two loaves in a
large baking pan. Follow
instructions in recipe for
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Place vegetables around
meat, sprinkle.with salt and
pepper, add 1 cup water or
broth, cover and bake about
one hour.
If you prefer a drier
meatloaf and the vegetables
browned, do not add broth
at this time.
Once all is cooked, add
broth, cover and bake for 15
minutes more. When done,
remove meat and vegeta-
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JACK DANIEL' CAKE
Serves 16-20

This recipe from actress
Janet Leigh came from "The
Sinatra Celebrity Cook-
book" and was sent to me
by Mary Sweetwood, news
clerk for the Brevard
editions of Hometown
News.

1 box yellow cake mix
1 package vanilla instant
pudding (4-serving size)
5 large eggs


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3/4 cup butter or butter
substitute such as Smart
Balance
1/2 cup sweetened con-
densed milk
1/2 cup Jack Daniels'
whiskey
1 (6-ounce) package
butterscotch chips
1 cup coarsely chopped
pecans

Combine cake mix and
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dry ingredients, mixing
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The Guru's money-
saving tip: When a recipe
calls for catsup use a
cheaper store brand. Save
the expensive "brand
name" for your fries and
burgers.
Ideas and comparisons:
To keep nuts, fruit, etc.,
afloat in a cake batter, first
shake them in a bag of flour.
Let's talk: I am available
for talks from south Vero to
Hobe Sound; call (772) 465-
5656 or (800) 823-0466.
NIB: When a recipe is
not in my cookbook, it will
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Arlene M. Borg, 265 S.W.
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Check, Visa, Master Card
or Paypal is accepted. Books
are also available at local
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usually fine about having
the test.
I've been so busy that I
barely remembered I had
the appointment.
I drove to the hospital
outpatient department,
registered and read the
paper until I was called.
I was fine going into the
room. The nurse left me to
take off my shirt and
blouse and slip on the
robe.
I sat down to wait for
her, and the tears started
streaming down my
cheeks.
I wasn't fine anymore.
The mind is a powerful
thing.
It's been seven years
since I was diagnosed;
seven years that I am a
survivor.
Mammograms are
routine.
So why did I get upset?
I think it might be the
knowledge that life can


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Alive and Well
change in a flash.
When I was diagnosed, I
was living in Pittsburgh
and working in a depart-
ment store.
I had a biopsy on Friday
and was told they'd
probably have the results
Tuesday.
I asked the radiologist to
call me at work because I
didn't want to sit home,
waiting for the call.
We were so busy that I
forgot she might call.
When I picked up the
phone and she identified
herself, I was taken aback.


She told me I had
cancer. The world
stopped.
I dropped the phone,
looked at the couple
standing in front of the
register, told them I had
cancer and ran away.
For all I know, they're
still standing there,
stunned.
I don't think about it
very often anymore.
I know that I am doing
everything I can to pre-
vent a recurrence and,
that if it recurs, it will be
detected early, when it is
most treatable.
And yet a mammograms
seven years later makes
me cry.
I heard today that fewer
women are getting mam-
mograms and there are a
number of reasons, some
having to do with insur-
ance, some with long
waits to get appointments
and others with contro-
versies about getting
them.
The American Cancer
Society and the American
Society of Clinical Oncolo-


gy recommend mammo-
grams for women 40 and
older.
If you have a family
history, you should speak
to your doctor about
whether you should be
screened at an earlier age.
If you're due for a
routine screening mam-
mogram and have to wait
a month, make the
appointment.
It's better to have it even
if you have to wait.
I cried a little today
because I had a few bad
moments reliving some
bad times.
The good news is that
I'm alive to tell the tale.
Get your mammogram.
It's worth a few tears. I
really am fine. You will be,
too.

Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine and
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I speak phone numbers
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"800-dot-555-dot-1234."
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someone do that.
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or something. Maybe it's
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through my childhood
and early adult life, the
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Plants that can thrive during drought

S A ith the drought throughout the season and
conditions in our do well in full sun, low
o r, state getting water situations.
worse every week, it is These colorful plants
becoming more important require at least six hours of
to plant bushes and full sun in order to bloom. .. -
; shrubs that will stand up Do not place them in a ....
to extended periods with shaded area, as this will
no water. cause the plant to drop -


Last week, I wrote about
ways to decrease the area
you use for live plantings.
This week, I'll write
about some plants that
will survive without daily
watering.

Bougainvillea

One of my favorite
plants to use in low water
situations is the
bougainvillea plant.
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As with any plant,
bougainvillea will require
more water when it is first
planted, but the require-
ments will diminish as the
plant roots itself.
You should water the
plants completely and
then allow the soil to dry
completely before water-
ing again. Over watering
will cause the plant to
drop leaves and will also
result in little or no
blooms.
Bougainvillea plants will
do great with our South
Florida temperatures, but
they should always be
protected during periods
of cold weather, below 45
degrees. They also will do
well with an occasional
feeding of a water-soluble
fertilizer, such as Miracle
Gro, about once every two
weeks or so.
The plant will go
through cycles of heavy
blooming to almost none.
It is advantageous to trim
back the plant after each
blooming cycle to encour-
age another round of
dazzling color.
Although these plants
are very insect resistant,
you might want to watch
for signs of spider mites or
possibly scale.
If your plants begin to
have wilted, yellowing
leaves, check for signs of
under-watering. Similar
symptoms can also occur
if the plant is receiving too
much water. This is usually


Garden Nook


with Joe Zelenak


not a problem unless the
plant lies in the direct path
of a sprinkler.

Purslane

Another interesting and
colorful summer plant is a
small, colorful flower
called purslane (portulaca
oleracea).
This common garden
plant is actually consid-
ered a weed.
Weed or not, it offers
beautiful color and does
extremely well in sandy
soil and full sun.
These brilliant flowers
open up wide during the
bright Florida sun and
close up at night as
though going sleep.
They can be easily
propagated by breaking
off cuttings and planting
in soil, and they also
propagate themselves
from the seeds of spent
flowers.
As an added benefit,
purslane can also be


eaten either fresh or
cooked and are said to be
extremely high in Omega
3 fatty acids.
They can spread easily
in your garden and, if not
controlled, can actually
take over.
I also use these plants
in my front bedding area.
They look great around
my birdbath. I am look-
ing out of the window
admiring how colorful
they are right now.
Since the watering
requirements are not high
for this colorful summer
plant, it will do well during
these days of severe water
restrictions.

Joe Zelenak has 26 years
experience in gardening
and landscape. Send e-
mails to gardennook@bell-
south.net or visit his Web
site at www.hometowngar-
den.com. He is also
available to answer plant
questions at Sears Essen-
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Earl Stewart says...





SMARTEN UP"

YOUR CUSTOMERS ALREADY HAVE.

EARL STEWART STEWrM

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\.An Open Letter to Florida Car Dealers.

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But I have evolved as my customers have
evolved My customers' expectations, level
of education and sophistication are much
higher today. Your customers are no different.
My remarks are made sincerely and with a
positive intent toward you and your custom-
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will reward bolh you and your expectant
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Virtually every car dealer
In Florida adds a charge to
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if the dealer fee, but
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a fair shake and quoting a complete out-the-
door price with no "surprises". And the word
spread. My volume of car sales began to rise
rapidly. Sure, I was making a few hundred
dollars less per car,, but I was selling a lot
more cars. I was and am selling cars to many
of your former customers. My bottom line
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your computer It has been made illegal in
many states including California, but is still
legal in Florida The reason you charge this
tee is simply to increase the price of the car
and your profit in such a manner that it is not
noticed by your customers. This is just plain
wrong I used to charge a dealer fee ($495)
and when I stopped charging it a few years
ago It was scary But I did it because I could
no longer. in good conscience, mislead my
customers Just because everybody else
was doing the same thing, did not make it
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dealer fee, but because I was
able to earn the trust of more,
customers in buying their new
or used car. You can do the
same.


ion and Why am I writing this letter?
SI'ri not going to tell you that
ttion are I think of myself as the new
"sheriff' that has come to
er today." "clean up South Florida". In
fact, I am well aware that this
letter is, to some extent, self-
serving. Many people will read this letter and
learn why they should buy a car from me,
and not you. And, I an also aware that most
dealers who read this will either get angry and
ignore it or not have the courage to follow my
lead. But maybe you will be the exception. If
you have any interest In following my lead,
call me anytime. I don't have a secretary and
I don't screen any of my phone calls. I would
love to chat with you about this.
Sincerely,
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Mary Sawyer, left, of the
American Red Cross
SMartin County Chapter,
accepts the high perform-
ing chapter award in
a .Washington, D.C., from
Kate Forbes, National
Chair of Volunteers for the
4 American National Red
4- Cross.


i Photo courtesy of the
American Red Cross Martin
County Chapter


Red Cross receives award


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The American Red Cross
Martin County Chapter
was named a high per-
forming chapter during
ceremonies in Washington,
D.C. on May 3.
The Martin County
Chapter was one of only
three chapters in Florida to
receive the performance
award. In all, only 80 chap-
ters nationwide received
the honor.
The highly performing
chapter award recognizes
those Red Cross chapters
that have exceeded stan-
dards of excellence in fiscal
year 2006.
"We are very honored to
receive this award," said
Mary Sawyer, executive
director, American Red
Cross Martin County
Chapter. "It not only signi-
fies that our chapter is a
highly performing chapter,.


it is also a tribute to our
board of directors,, our vol-
unteers, and the many
Martin County residents
and businesses who have
given their overwhelming
support to the American
Red Cross."
The Martin County
Chapter received a rating
of four, the highest possi-
ble, in the overall Stan-
dards Review. The review
covers six basis categories:
Governance, Financial
Strength/Stability, Service
Delivery, Human
Resources, Business Prac-
tices, and Organization
Unity/Corporate Citizen.
With the honor of being
named a Highly Perform-
ing Chapter by the Nation-
al American Red Cross, the
Martin County Chapter
will now serve as a Best
Practice Chapter for the
region and be involved in
national initiatives and


decision making process-
es.
"On behalf of our Board
of Directors, volunteers,
staff, and many American
Red Cross supporters, I
wish to say, 'Thank You' for
making this honor possi-
ble," said Sawyer.
To donate your dollars or
your time, contact the
American Red Cross Mar-
tin County Chapter at (772)
287-2002 or visit the Chap-
ter headquarters at 2750
South Kanner Highway,
Stuart, Florida, 34994.


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the arena of computers
and not creep into areas
where it doesn't belong.
Another habit of com-
puter people throughout
the years is that of using
cute little acronyms for
everything.
We've got RAM and
ROM, BITS, BYTES, USB,
TWAIN and SCSI.
The last two are two of
my personal favorites.
I think SCSI -
(pronounced "scuzzy")
sounds the coolest and
TWAIN gets the award for
cleverest acronym.
SCSI stands for "small
computer system inter-
face," and is a method of
connecting devices to a
computer.
Theoretically, it was
supposed to enable users
to "easily" connect
multiple devices to a
computer to allow them to
access and transfer data at
high speed.
In reality, SCSI adapters


and devices can be a bear
to configure and get to
work properly.
TWAIN, on the other
hand, is an acronym used
to represent devices that
enable users to get data
into a computer from
such devices as scanners
and digital cameras.
TWAIN is an acronym
that's form has almost
nothing to do with the
devices that use it.
This is a case of "com-
puter people" making up
a cute name just because
they didn't have one.
I was pleasantly amused
to learn that "TWAIN"
wasn't a word created
from five technical,
scanner related words, but
actually stands for "tech-
nology without an inter-
esting name."
Now that's clever!
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Jose
Garafalo
and the St.
Lucie Film
Society
BY SHELLEY KOPPEL
Entertainment writer
Jose Garafalo is a
screenwriter, director
and producer. His 2003
film "Redemption,"
which was primarily shot
in Port St. Lucie, was an
official selection of the
Palm Beach Internation-
al Film Festival and
winner of the Best
Thriller Award at the
New York International
Film and Video Festival.
Now, with Robert Road
and Jacquelene Burke, he
is embarking on a new
venture, the St. Lucie
Film Society, and he
spoke recently about
what they hope to
accomplish.
"We talked about the
need to reach out to a
culturally diverse audi-
ence," he says. "There's
also a void; there are
films that never make it
to the area because they
play in indie (independ-
ent) markets or major,
larger markets. There's
also a lack of under-
standing about how
positive a role the film
industry can be to a
community. We want to
not only bring in people
to watch films, we want
to bring in filmmakers
and ultimately assist
students who are inter-
ested in studying film-
making."
On May 18, the Society
held its first "Movie
Night" at the Sunrise
Theatre and clips from
three of Mr. Garafalo's
films were shown. Mr.
Garafalo is excited about
the prospect of bringing
independent filmmaking
to the public.
"Independent film-
) See FILM, B3

CORRECTION
Due to an editing error,
the June 1 edition of the
Hometown News incor-
rectly identified John
Loesser as executive direc-
tor of the Barn Theatre.
Mr. Loesser is executive
director of the Lyric The-
atre. We regret the mistake.


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Saturday


Photo courtesy of Katie Adams
Puppeteer Katie Adams brings her Make Believe Theater to the Blake Library on June 16 to tell the Chinese folk-
tale, 'The Peacock's Gift.'

'The Peacock's Gift' comes to life


Katie Adams has a degree in fine
arts and has worked in sculpture
and theater. When she graduated
from college and was looking for a
job, she discovered a puppet the-
ater in Tampa. Seven years ago,
she started Make Believe Theater.
She brings her version of the Chi-
nese folktale "The Peacock's Gift"
to the Blake Library on June 16.
"I was reading Chinese folk tales
and I found a great version of "The
Peacock's Gift," she says. "The
story gave me pictures in my
minds. "The peacocks, the Chi-
nese New Year and the fireworks
inspired me to make a puppet


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 06-08-07
Aries-March 21-April 19
Your loving contributions at home are a joy to
behold. You are so unselfish when it comes to
helping others with a larger need than your own.
The universe loves you for this. It also keeps your
interest high. When you are psyched up and feel-
ing good nothing can keep you from your goals.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Reaching out and taking responsibility for recent


show about them."
The performance uses both rod
and shadow puppets to tell the
story of the little peacock, who
refuses to compete for the favors
of the Peacock Fairy and follows
his own path. He's not interested
in showing off his feathers and
ends up on an adventure where he
gives away feathers to people in
need, including a little boy who's
sick.
Ms. Adams uses rod and shadow
puppets to tell the story.
"A rod puppet has sticks you
hold close to the body of the pup-
pet," she says. "The hand is not


inside the puppet, but there are
little sticks. I also use shadow pup-
pets with shadow screens that the
puppets play on. The Chinese are
famous for their shadow puppets.
I try to tailor the puppets to the
culture of the story. None of the
puppets is alike and it takes two
years, beginning with the
research, to put a show together,
to do it right."
"It's great to do shadow puppets
in the Chinese style, although
these are bigger than, (traditional)
Chinese puppets. They're colorful.


Wudouay


* See PEACOCK, B3


decisions will soon prove to be the right move.
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priorities every day and even you will be amazed
at your success.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
You are a fountain of inner strength for your fam-
ily and co-workers. You always come up with the
idea, the plan and the action when needed. Just
be sUre that your inner guidance and instincts
make the final call on when to take action. There
is no reason to get sidetracked or scattered at
this point.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Keeping a lighter touch is the key to progress.
Mars in Cancer gives you an edge in decision-
making. You have divine protection. It's like hav-
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who keeps steering you in the right direction.
This is a blessing of the highest order.


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Venus in Leo this week gives you an edge in the
heart department. Take action on things you
have been holding in your heart but resisting act-
ing on. You are free to run, be happy and do the
things you truly love. This divine help is like a
booster rocket propelling you on and up to new
and higher places.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept.22
Pay extra attention to details right now. It's better
to be over-prepared than under. Success is guar-
anteed because of paying attention to the most
important things first. Write down and affirm
your plan for each day. This is asking for the uni-
verse to bless you in all you attempt. The good
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FRIDAY, JUNE 8
*The Barn Theatre, 2400 E.
Ocean Blvd., Stuart, pres-
ents "The Rainmaker"
through June 16. Perfor-
mances are Wednesday-
Saturday at 8 p.m. and
Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets
are $20; call the box office
at (772) 287-4884 or visit
the Website at wuw.barn-
theatre.com
*IRCC presents "Nun-
sense" at the McAlpin Fine


Arts Center, 3209 Virginia
Ave., Fort Pierce, at 8 p.m.
on June 8-9 and at 2 p.m.
on June 9. Tickets are $12;
call the box office at 1(800)
220-9915.

SATURDAY, JUNE 9

*The Edgar Winter Band
brings "Free Ride" to the
Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W Fla-
gler Ave., Stuart, for twO
shows, at 7 and 9 p.m. Tick-
ets are $35 and $30. Call
the box office at (772) 286-
7827 or order online at
www. lyrictheatre. com.


SUNDAY, JUNE 10


There are
scheduled.

MONDAY,
There are
scheduled

TUESDAY,
There are
scheduled


no events


Morningside Blvd., Port
St. Lucie, kicks off its sum-
mer reading camp from
10-11 a.m. with magician
Brent Gregory. Call (772)
337-5632


JUNE 11
no events THURSDAY, JUNE 14


JUNE 12
no events


Wednesday, JUNE 13
*The Morningside Branch
Library, 2410


There are no events
scheduled.

Bars and Clubs
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Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.


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10457 U.S. 1, Port St. Lucie,
(772) 337-0373, present
rotating live entertain-
ment, Thursdays-Satur-
days.
*Bogey's & Stogey's, 1032
S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd.,
Port St. Lucie, DV8, 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. (772) 337-7778.
*Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort
Pierce, Solid Gold, 6-10
p.m. (772) 460-9014.
eConchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River
Drive, Jensen Beach, Reg-
gae by Rainfall, Friday and
Saturday, 8 p.m. to mid-,
night. Thursday and Sun-
day, 7-10 p.m. (772) 334-
1130.
*Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E
Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen
Beach, Deja Blu, 8 p.m.-
midnight. (772) 225-3444.
*Delmonico Grill, 2801
S.W. Brighton St. Port St.
Lucie, Bob Wamos, 7 p.m.
(772) 621-8862.
*Good Times, East Port
Plaza, Port St. Lucie, Boss
Groove, Friday and Satur-
day, 9:30 p.m.- 2 a.m. (772)
337-3546.
*Groucho's Comedy Club,
Club Med Sandpiper 4500
S.E. Pine Valley St., Port St.


Lucie, presents Flip
Schultz. Shows at 8 and 10
p.m; tickets are $12. Reser-
vations suggested. (772)
419-0302.
* Hemingway's/ Stuart
Lanes, 1580 S. Federal
Highway, Stuart, special
performance by Bruce
Bosshard, 6-8 p.m. (772)
220-2840.
*Hutchinson Island Mar-
riott Resort Tild Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchin-
son Island, Bob Swinton,
5:30-9:30 p.m. (772) 225-
3700.
*Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart, Friday
and Saturday, Skeezix, 8:30
p.m. to 12:30 a.m. (772)
223-5048.
*The Stern House, 4110
S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart,
"Jazzed Up Quartet," 7-10
p.m. (772) 288-4335.
*Thirsty Turtle, 2825 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, Friday and Saturday,
Call for performers, 8:15
p.m.-midnight. (772) 344-
7774.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9
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Film
From page Bl


makers are the ones who
are the pioneers these
days," he says.
They're pushing the
envelope and creating
the standards that
Hollywood follows. It's
also very important to
promote the area to the
industry, and for film-
makers to make their
films here."
To that end, The Society
has announced the first
Treasure Coast Interna-
tional Film Festival, to be'
held from January 30-
February 3, 2008 at a
variety of venues through-
out Indian River, St. Lucie
and Martin counties.
While they hope to
feature works from Europe
and South America, they
want to promote local
filmmakers and techni-
cians as well. Mr. Garafalo
hopes to have his docu-
mentary about Zora Neale
Hurston available for
screening and he wants to
showcase other area
filmmakers as well.
"We have a lot of talent

Peacock
From page B1
Shadow puppets work
with screens and light.
The Chinese use thin
leather panels covered
with vegetable dye so that
it looks like stained glass. I
use plastic and colored
markers."
Ms. Adams uses Chinese
music and sound effects
for the fireworks and she


in this area," he says.
"We're hoping to serve as a
clearinghouse, if someone
needs an art designer, for
example, we'll be the place
to come for talent."
Local filmmakers will
be able to submit works
for consideration; there
will be a call for submis-
sions this summer.
Next up for the Society
is a June 24 screening of
"Boynton Beach Club"
with Dyan Cannon,
Joseph Bologna and
BrendaVaccaro. It's a
film about finding love at
any age. The special
guests will be Barbara
Pergmanent, who played
Mimi in the movie, and
Cookie Colletti, who
played Judy.
Monthly screenings of
other films will continue
throughout the summer
at the Sunrise Theatre.
"Boynton Beach Club"
will be screened at the
Sunrise Theatre, 117 S.
Second St., Fort Pierce,
on June 25 at 3 p.m.
Admission is free to St.


does the voices for all of
the characters. She has
special effects to simulate
fireworks without using
fire.
The puppeteer hopes
that families will come to
see the show, which is
entertainment with a gen-
tle message about being
different and being you.


Jose Garafolo
Lucie Film Society
members and $8 for non-
members.


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It's a wonderful way to
spend a Sunday afternoon.
Katie Adams' Make
Believe Theater performs
"The Peacock's Gift" at the
Blake Library, 2351 S.E.
Monterey Road, Stuart, on
June 16. The free perform-
ance is at 3 pm.
For more information,
call (772) 221-1403.


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S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd,.
Port St. Lucie, Call for per-
formers, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.


(772) 337-7778.
*Caf6 Creme, 1068 S.E.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port
St. Lucie, Two of Hearts,
6-8:30 p.m. (772) 337-
2111.
*Cobb's Landing, 200 N.


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Indian River Drive, Fort
Pierce, Coffee Beans, 6-10
p.m. (772) 460-9014.
*Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River
Drive, Jensen Beach, Reg-
gae by Rainfall, 8 p.m. to
midnight. (772) 334-1130.
*Crawdaddy's. 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd.,
Jensen Beach, 2-6 p.m.,
Bluegrass Travelers; 8
p.m. to midnight, Frankie
Fats Montana, (772) 225-
3444.
*Delmonico Grill, 2801
S.W. Brighton St., Port St.
Lucie, Bob Wamos, 7 p.m.,
(772) 621-8862.
*Groucho's Comedy
Club, Club Med Sand-
piper 4500 S.E. Pine Valley
St., Port St. Lucie, pres-
ents Flip Schultz. Shows
at 8 and 10 p.m. Tickets
are $12. Reservations
suggested. (772) 419-
0302.
*Hutchinson Island Mar-
riott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd.,
Hutchinson Island, Barely
Broken, 2 -5 p.m. Bob
Swinton, 6 -10 p.m. (772)
225-3700.
*Kings Head Pub, 2838
S.W. Port St. Lucie Blvd,


Hair Peace, 6:30-10:30
p.m. (772) 340-1223.

SUNDAY, JUNE 10

*Bogey's & Stogey's, 1032
S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd.,
Port St. Lucie, Ladies' Nite
with Sunnie Wilson, 8 p.m.
(772) 337-7778.
*Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort.
Pierce, Phantom, 3-7 p.m.
(772) 460-9014.
*Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River
Drive, in Jensen Beach fea-
tures Reggae by Rainfall
from 7-10 p.m. (772) 334-
1130.
oCrawdaddy's, 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd., in
Jensen Beach features
Gregg Jackson & The Mojo
Band from 6 -10 p.m. (772)
225-3444.
*Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart, Reggae
Pool Party 2-5 p.m. with
music by Rainfall; Rapp-
ture, 9 p.m. -1 a.m. (772)
223-5048.
*Wahoo's on the Water-
front, 400 N.W. Alice Ave.,
in Stuart features The Juke-
box Band from 4:30-8:30
p.m. (772) 692-2333.


MONDAY, JUNE 11

*Hemingway's/Stuart
Lanes, 1580 S. Federal
Highway, in Stuart features
Al "White Lightning" Jones
from 6:15-9:15 p.m. Call
(772) 220-2840.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13

*Delmonico Grill 2801
S.W. Brighton St., Port St.
Lucie, Bob Wamos, 7 p.m.
(772) 621-8862. Same pro-
gram on Thursday.
*Hutchinson Island Mar-
riott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchin-
son Island, Bob Swinton,
5:30-9:30 p.m. (772) 225-
3700.
*Thirsty Turtle, 2825 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, Hair Peace, 7:45 -
11p.m. (772) 344-7774.
*Wahoo's on the Water-
front, 400 N.W. Alice Ave.,
Stuart, Pat & Gigi, 6-9:30
p.m. (772) 692-2333.

THURSDAY, JUNE 14

*Archie's Seabreeze, 401 S.
Ocean Drive, Fort Pierce,
Jazz and Steak Night every


Thursday with Coffee
Beans, 7-10 p.m. (772) 460-
3888.
*Cafe Creme, 1068 Port St.
Lucie Blvd., in Port St.
Lucie features Phantom
from 6-8:30 p.m. (772) 337-
2111.
*Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River
Drive, in Jensen Beach fea-
tures Reggae by Rainfall
from 7-10 p.m. (772) 334-
1130.
*Crawdaddy's. 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd., in
Jensen Beach features The
Shakers from 7:30-11 p.m.
(772) 225-3444.
*Dolphin Bar & Shrimp
House, 140 N.E. Indian
River Drive, in Jensen
Beach features Pat & Gigi
from 6-10 p.m. (772) 781-
5236.
*Thirsty Turtle, 2825 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, Davee Bryan, 7:45-
11p.m.

Upcoming events

FRIDAY, JUNE 15

*Local Christian Outreach
Band Redeemed presents
a free concert to classic
rock 'n roll tunes with a
Christian message at the
Manna Diner, 722 S. U.S.,
Fort Pierce. The concert
runs from 7:30-10 p.m. Call
(772) 285-2571.
*The Martin County
Library System's Celebra-
tion of International Cul-
ture continues with Japan-
ese percussion group
Fushu Daiko at the Blake.
Library,2351 S.E. Monterey
Road, Stuart. Required
tickets are available at the
Blake beginning Monday,
June 4. Call (772) 221-1403.

SATURDAY, JUNE 16

*Original members of Asia.
reunite in their "Heat of
the Moment" tour at the
Sunrise Theatre, 117 S.
Second St., Fort Pierce, at 8
p.m. Tickets are $38; call
the box office at (772) 461-
4775 or order online at
www.sunrisetheatre.com.

*Mr. Funnybones, Phil
Kavanaugh, uses animat-
ed storytelling and clown-
ing to bring the magic of
reading to kids at The
Cummings Library, 2551
Matheson Ave., Palm City.
The free program is at 11
a.m. Call (772) 221-1403.
*The Lovin' Spoonful
brings the best of fold and
rock'n roll to the Lyric The-
atre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave.,
Stuart, for two shows, at 6
and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are
$30 and $25; call the box
office at (772) 286-7827 or
order online at
www.lyrictheatre.com.
*Puppeteer Katie Adams
brings her "Make Believe
Theater" to the Blake
Library, 2351 S.E. Mon-
terey Road, Stuart, in a free
performance of "The Pea-
cock's Gift" at 3 p.m. Call
(772) 221-1403.

Ongoing events

*Friday Fest, scheduled for
the first Friday of every
month in Fort Pierce,. is
moving back to Marina
Square at Melody Lane and
Avenue A. The free event is
held from 5:30-8:30 p.m.,
weather permitting, and
features live music, chil-
dren's activities, arts and
craft vendors and food
stalls. Call Main Street Fort
Pierce at (772) 466-3880.
*Jammin' Jensen takes
place every Thursday from
6-9 p.m., weather permit-
ting, at downtown Jensen
Beach. There's food, music
and. vendors. For more
information, call (772) 334-


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forms from 7 to 10 p.m. the
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second Friday of every
month at the Stuart Com-
munity Center, 201 S.W.
Flagler Ave., in Stuart. The
cost is $10 per person and
includes refreshments.
For information, call
(772)288-2351.
*Retro Swing Lindy Hop
-West Coast Swing dance
party is from 7:30 to 11
p.m. every Saturday at
South Florida Swing
Dance Productions, 881
N.E. Jensen Beach Blvd., in
Jensen Beach. There is a $7
admission.
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*The Elliott Museum on
Hutchinson Island
presents the work of
stained-glass artist Rob
Rifflard from
May 19-Sept. 30. Admis-
sion is $6. The
Exhibition, entitled
"Fine Glass Art and Sculp-
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reception on Nay 18 for
members of the Historical
Society. To become a
member, call (772) 225-
1961.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 9

*Tropical plant sale: From
9 a.m. to Noon at the Mar-
tin County Fairgrounds,
2614 SE Dixie Hwy, Stuart.
There will be 100s of Mas-
ter Gardener grown plants
for sale at very reasonable
prices, as well as a chance
to play Master Gardener
Bingo and receive a free
tree from the University of
Florida's "Spread the
Shade" reforestation pro-
gram! Free Admission. For
more information, con-
tact: Lauren Palmero (772)
485-9092.
*Model Train Exhibit:
From 10 a.m.- 3 p.m, Sum-
merville Senior Living
hosts it's first model train
exhibit from 10 a.m.- 3
p.m, Nine year old model
train collector Christopher
Walker shows off his col-.
lection of electric HO, 0 &
G-scale trains, train videos
& books. This will be a
train lover's delight. This
free event is open to the
public. Summerville
Senior Living is located at
1700 N.E Indian River Dr.
Jensen Beach, right across
from Indian Riverside
Park. For further info
please call Deborah Walker
at: 772-225-1355 ext 223.

MONDAY, JUNE 11

eWaterways Gallery Pre-
sents "Marketing Your Art,"
by Kim Rody, from 2-3
p.m. This event is free, but
call to reserve a seat. This
will be held at Second Sun-
day Art Salon, Stracuzzi
Plaza, 2881 SE Ocean Blvd,
Stuart. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 781-9100

Ongoing events

Jensen Bookwalk: noon
to 6 p.m. every Tuesday at
Historic Downtown Jensen
Beach. Sponsored by
Jensen BeachVillage Main-
street and Treasure Coast
Writer's Guild.
*The Elliott Museum:
Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. daily at 825 N.E.
Ocean Blvd. on Hutchin-
son Island in Stuart.
Admission is $6 for adults
and $2 for children ages 6-
12. For more information,
call the Elliott Museum at
(772) 225-1961 or visit
www.elliottmuseumfl.org.
City of Stuart's Riverboat
Cruise offers daily cruises
from historic downtown
Stuart along the Indian
and St. Lucie rivers. Reser-
vations are' required. Dis-
cover "old Florida" on the
paddleboat. The cruise
includes buffet with live
entertainment. The cost is
$25. For cruise prices,
schedules or to book a spe-
cial event, call (772) 463-
4000.
Eco-Cruise: The 90-
minute cruise departs at 1
p.m. Cost is $18.78 for


adults and $15 for chil-
dren. The boat leaves from
River Park Marina, 500 S.E.
Prima Vista Blvd., in Port
St. Lucie. Also, a bird
watching cruise departs at
4 p.m. on Wednesday
evenings. The boat leaves
from Rivergate Park, 2200
S.E. Midport Road, in Port
St. Lucie. Private charters
are available, and reserva-
tions are required. For
information, call (772)
489-8344.
* Florida Oceanographic
Coastal Center nature trail
adventures: The daily, 90-
minute guided walks are at
11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the
center, 890 N.E. Ocean
Blvd., in Stuart. Free with
paid admission to the cen-
ter. Admission to the cen-
ter is $8 for adults and $4
for children ages 3 to 12.
For information, call (772)
225-0505.
* House of Refuge muse-
um is at 301 S.E.
MacArthur Blvd., on
Hutchinson Island, in Stu-
art. The museum is open
daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is $4 for adults
and $2 for children ages 6-
13. For information, call
(772) 225-1875.
* Jensen Beach Dolphin
Tours: Intracoastal nature
tour on 42-foot boat. Cost
is $25 per person. Sunset
cruises are $42 per person
and includes beer. Dura-
tion is 90 minutes. Call for
times and availability;
(772) 209-TRIP
*Maritime and Yachting
Museum features classic
and antique boats, ship
models, nautical artifacts
and tools, paintings and
books. The Maritime and
Yachting Museum, 3250
S.W. Kanner Highway, in
Stuart, is open from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. on week-
days, and from 1 to 5 p.m.
on Sunday. For informa-
tion, call (772) 692-1234.
* Stuart Heritage Museum:
The museum, 161 S.W. Fla-
gler Ave., in Stuart is open
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday through Saturday
and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Sunday. Admission is free.
For information, call' (772)
220-4600.
* Sunset cruise: A two-
hour sunset cruise through
the Indian River Lagoon to
Bird Island on Thursdays.
Light refreshments are
available. Check-in is at
3:30 p.m. at FINZ Water-
front Grille, 4290 S.E.
Salerno Road, in Stuart.
Morning tours are sched-
uled daily at 10:30 a.m. The
cost is $20 for adults and
$16 for children. Not rec-
ommended for children
under 6. For information,
call (772) 219-0148.
* Steak dinner fundraiser
is scheduled from 5 to 8
p.m. on the third Friday of
each month, presented by
the ladies of the U.S. Mili-
tary Vets Motorcycle Club.
The dinners are served at
the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 4194, 2464 S.E.
Veterans Ave., in Stuart.
The $12 fee includes a
salad, baked potato, veg-
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* Stuart Green Market: 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sundays
at Memorial Park on East
Ocean Boulevard in Stuart.
New vendors are welcome.
For information, call (772)
283-1874.
* Monday Mingles with
Gerry from 6 p.m. to close
at Hemingway's for those
over 40 and looking to
meet new friends and
dance the night away. Al
"White Lightning" Jones
plays all the hits from the
60s, 70s and 80s from 6:15
p.m. to 9:15 p.m. There is a
free buffet at 7 p.m. and
happy hour until 8 p.m. For
more information, call
Gerry at (772) 225-6265.
*Line dancing and two-
stepping at Hemming-
ways: Lessons with Rita
from 6: 30 p.m. 8 p.m.
Cover $5.Country tunes
until close. Bring a friend
and pay only 1/2 the cover.
For more information, call
(772) 220-2840 or (772)
286-9700.
*Open "pick-up" tennis:
Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday. Starts between 7:30
a.m. and 8:30 a.m., Hobe
Sound public courts on
Hercules St., next to ball
field on U.S. 1, just south of
Bridge Road. Everyone is
invited. There is no cost,
but occasionally bringing a
can of balls is suggested.
*Open "pick-up" tennis:
Saturday, starting between
7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. at
Halpatiokee Regional ten-
nis courts on Lost River
Road. Everyone is invited.
There is no cost, but occa-
sionally bringing a can of
balls is suggested.
eFINA monthly meeting
The Florida Investor Net-
work Association holds its
monthly meeting on the
third Wednesday of every
month from 6:30 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. at the Martin
County board of realtors'
office, 43 S.W. Monterrey
Road, Stuart, The meeting
is held in the conference
room. The public is invit-
ed. There is a $20 fee per
meeting, or. annual mem-
berships available. For
more information, call
(772) 403-5811, or visit
www. thefina.com.
*YMCA newcomers and
alumni club
Meetings are held the sec-
ond Tuesday of each
month at 10 a.m. at the
Indian Riverside Park, 1707
N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach. Coffee and
pastries are served from
9:30 a.m. 10 a.m. For
more information, call
(772) 225-3240.
*Indian River Lagoon
Seining Adventure
Every 2nd & 4th Saturday,
June through August,
explore one of the most
biologically diverse estuar-
ies in North America-the
Indian River Lagoon. Use
seine nets to examine and
appreciate the creatures
that live in the seagrass
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on the radio
Tune in to radio station
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mornings at 9 a.m. to catch
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During the show, host
Matthew Dewhurst, sports
writer, and co-host, Kim
Cotton, staff writer, will
discuss stories and take
phone calls from readers.
Call (772) 464-1400.

Tai Chi At the
Palm City Recreation
Center
The Martin County Parks
and, Recreation Depart-
ment offers Tai Chi classes
at the Palm City Recreation
Center.
Pat Lawson teaches the
classes, which are arranged
into groups according to
experience.
Tai Chi is a gentle, slow
motion exercise that origi-
nated in ancient China. It
combines elements of Chi-
nese Yoga and meditation
with self-defense tech-
niques and the Taoist Yin
and Yang philosophy.
Classes are for all ages
and ability levels. The prac-
titioner does not need spe-
cial clothes, equipment, or
space and can practice in a
chair or standing up.
The program includes
components to increase


Fellowship Bible
study
Calvary Chapel Stuart is
offering a home fellow-
ship bible study and
prayer every Thursday
night at 7 p.m. at 7978 SE
Orchard Terrace, Hobe
Sound. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 546-0750.

In His Love
Church & Ministries
Faith healer Bill Reeder
will be speaking at 7pm
on Saturday, June 23 and
during the Miracle
Morning Service, at 10:30
a.m., on June 24.
There will be special
teaching during the
Saturday evening service
and while there is no
admission charge, seating
is limited and advance
registration is requested.
Services are held at
Hobe Sound Community
Center, 8980 Olympus
Ave, Hobe Sound.


flexibility, tone the mus-
cles, develop postural
alignment, enhance car-
dio-vascular fitness, and
improve the mind-body
connection.
The recreation center is
located on the west side of
the Palm City Bridge. The
class is offered at 6 p.m. on
Tuesday and 1 p.m. on
Thursday at the recreation
center, and 6 p.m. on
Wednesday at Indian
RiverSide Park in Jensen
Beach. The fee is $30 per
month.
For more information,
contact Pat Lawson at (772)
288-3284.

Book depot seeks
donations

The Friends' Book Depot
and the six Friends Groups
of The Martin County
Library System seek dona-
tions of books, tapes, CD
and DVDs.
Donations are tax-
deductible and may be
made by either dropping off
donations at any Martin
County Library during reg-
ular library hours or at the
Friends' Book Depot on
Monday or Wednesdays
from 9:30 a.m. to noon or
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat-
urdays and Sundays.
Donations are tax
deductible.
The Friends' Book Depot
is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
every Saturday and Sunday.
All funds raised benefit


To register for Saturday's
service or for additional
information please call
the Church office, (772)-
545-9778.

A Patriotic
Celebration at First
United Methodist

This patriotic event
honors those individuals
who have served our
country so we can "cele-
brate" the freedoms
available today. CELE-
BRATION will be per-
formed on Friday, June
29, at 8 p.m., Saturday,
June 30 at 2 p.m. and 8
p.m. and on Sunday, July
1, 2007 at 2 p.m. Tickets
are on sale now at the
Hobe Sound Chamber of
Commerce. General
admission is $10; Stu-
dents tickets are $5. First
United Methodist Church
of Hobe Sound is located
at 10100 S.E. Federal
Highway, Hobe Sound.


the Martin County Library
System.
To visit the Friends' Book
Depot, enter the Flea Mar-
ket from Indian Street, pass
several buildings on the left
and park in the lot on the
left. Building H is the north
of the parking lot. The
entrance No. H-15, is near
the south end of the build-
ing on the west side.

Agencies need
volunteers with 'drive'
Martin Volunteers is help-
ing several agencies find
drivers to assist children,
senior citizens, cancer
patients and in public safe-
ty.
*The nonprofit Hobe Sound
Child Care Center has need
of a volunteer driver for its
30-passenger bus.
*The American Cancer
Society's Road to Recovery
Program needs volunteer
drivers to take patients to
and from their treatments.
*The Stuart Police Depart-
ment needs volunteers to
perform Citizens on Patrol
duties.
*The Council on Aging
needs volunteers for its
Meals onWheels program.
For details about these
volunteer opportunities
and more, call (772) 220-
4472, ext. 232, ore-mail
coordinator@martinvolun-
teers.org

For Hometown News


For more information, call
the box office at (772) 546-
3303 or (772) 546-3303.

Vacation Bible
School
Vacation Bible School
will begin at Calvary
Chapel Stuart on Monday
June 25 from 5:30 p.m. to
8 p.m. until Friday June
29. Children four to
twelve will join in with an
international theme,
preparing different meals
each night, working on
biblical crafts, playing
games and singing songs.
Children from the com-
munity are invited and
Volunteers are needed.
The church is located at
5122 SE Federal Hwy in
the Concord Plaza just
North of Salerno Rd.

To make a reservation or
for further information,
call the church at (772)
288-7277 or (772) 546-
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Upcoming events
*Sunrise Turtle Walks
Take a sunrise walk along
Stuart Beach to explore the
dynamic shoreline and
look for sea turtle tracks
from the previous night's
nesting, and maybe even
see hatchlings on our
morning beach walk. June
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a.m.-7:30 a.m. For all
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interactive presentation
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nesting habits and the
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Adults and children 7
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*Mr. Funnybones at the
Cummings library: "Tall
Tales and Flights of Fancy".
Join Mr. Funnybones in a
rambunctious adventure
on Saturday, June 16 at 11
a.m. All ages are welcome
to this free event. Cum-
mings Library is located at
2551 SW Matheson Ave.,
Palm City. For more infor-
mation or to learn about
the Martin County Library
System, call (772) 221-
1403
*Meet The Author: Joy
Zalewski will be at Sum-
merville Senior Living on
June 26, at 3:00 p.m., in
Langford Hall.
She will be conducting a
poetry'reading as well as
highlighted paragraphs of
her novel.
Summerville Senior Liv-
ing is located at 1700 N.E
Indian River Dr., Jensen
Beach, right across from
Indian Riverside Park. This
event is free and open to
the public. For further info
please call Deborah Walker
at: (772) 225-1355. ext 223.
* Re-percussionist" Billy
Jonas will make a big noise


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bells and more! Jonas's
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the audience. Get ready
for non-stop, heart-pump-
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improvised songs., This
event is free and suitable
for all ages. The Blake
library is located at 2351
SE Monterey Rd., Stuart.
For more information or to
learn more about the Mar-
tin County Library System
call (772) 221-1403, or visit
the library Web site at
www.library.martin.fl.us or
billy's web site at www.bil-
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event, e-mail the informa-
tion to news@hometown-
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(772) 465-5301. Informa-
tion must be received two
weeks prior to the publica-
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Clubs & Classes


Clubs and
organizations
AARP Senior Community
Service Employment Pro-
gram: Program offers free
training and assistance in
getting a job to qualifying
seniors who are 55 or
older, on a limited income,
and live in Martin or St.
Lucie counties. For infor-
mation, call (772) 223-2653
or (772) 462-6149.
ABC Book Discussion
Group at the Cummings
Library: meets in the Don-
ahue Room of the library
in Palm City. For informa-
tion, call (772) 221-1403.
After School Knitting
Club: The club for teens
meets from 3:30 to 4:30
p.m. on Wednesdays at the
Elisabeth Lahti Library in
Indiantown. Both boys and
girls are welcome. For
information, call (772)
597-4200.
American Legion and
Auxiliary, No. 62: Meetings
for this Stuart and Palm
City group are held at 7:30
p.m. on the second Tues-
day of each month at the
VFW and American Legion
Post, just west of the police
complex on Monterey
Road in Stuart. New mem-
bers are welcome. Call
(772) 288-2757.
Animal Birth Control:
This nonprofit organiza-
tion offers low-cost
spay/neuter surgeries.
Cats are $20, and dogs start
at $35. For information,
call (772) 223-7030.
Annie's Book Club: The
club meets in the Chason
Conference Room at the
Elisabeth Lahti Library in
Indiantown on the first
Tuesday of the month at 10
a.m. Call (772) 221-1403.
Card Club at the Jensen
Beach Women's Associa-
tion: Bridge and card activ-
ities held from 11:30 a.m.
to 3 p.m. every Monday at
Women's Association Hal,
3550 N.E. Sugarhill Ave.,
Jensen Beach. Call for
availability at tables. Entry
fee $2. For information,
call (772) 225-9966.
Catholic Singles Bible
-Study: This group meets
every Sunday at noon at St.
Mary's Center for Biblical
Theology, 1855 N.E. Jensen
Beach Blvd., in Jensen
Beach. For information,
call (772) 229-9444.
Chess Club of Martin
County: Two meetings per
week, 7 to 9 p.m. on Thurs-
days and Saturdays at
Ocean Palms in Stuart.
Annual membership is
$10. Applications for
membership are open to
all ages. For details, call
(772) 223-8042 or (772)
215-6202.
Coconut Republic Parrot
Head Club: Monthly social
is .the first Wednesday of
each month, from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. at Conchy Joe's
Seafood Restaurant and
Bar, 3445 N.E. Indian River
Drive, Jensen Beach. For
information, call (772)
473-6493.
Commodores Singles
Club ballroom dancing:
The Commodores Singles
Club hosts ballroom danc-
ing with big band music
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
every Sunday at the Ameri-
can Legion, 3195 N.E.
Savanna Road, in Jensen
Beach. Dress code is
required. For information,
call Barbara at (772) 223-
1361.
Council on Aging of Mar-
tin County: The club offers
luncheons, classes and
card clubs during the
month. Meet at the Log
Cabin Senior Activity Cen-
ter, 2369 N.E. Dixie High-
way, Langford Park, in
Jensen Beach. For infor-


nation, call (772) 334 -
2926.
* Croquet Club: Located at
the foot of the Palm City
Bridge. Practice and games
will take place on the adja-
cent athletic field. For
information, call (772)


219-4955.
* The Daughters of the
British Empire: Any lady of
British ancestry, parents to
great grandparents,
including those from
British Commonwealth
nations are welcome. For
information, call (772)
221-3829 or (772) 286-
2724.
* Elvis Treasure Coast Fan
Club: The club meets on
the last Sunday of each
month at 3 p.m. This non-
profit club supports. the
Meals on Wheels program
in Martin and St. Lucie
counties. For details, call
(772) 201-3227.
* Florida Public Relations
Association Treasure
Coast Chapter: meets sec-
ond Tuesday of the month
at 11:30 a.m. at the
IRCC/FAU Schreiber Con-
ference Center in St.Lucie
West. For more informa-
tion on FPRA, call commu-
nications chair Ann Corbin
at (772) 466-1600, ext.
3070.
* Florida Society sons of
the American Revolution,
St. Lucie River Chapter:
This genealogical organi-
zation with an education-
al, historical and patriotic
purpose meets the second
Saturday of the month at
11:30 a.m. at Delmonico's
Grill on Brighton Street in
Port St. Lucie. Call (772)
336-0926 for further infor-.
mation.
* Florida Society Sons of
the American Revolution:
A patriotic, historic, and
educational organization
focusing on the perpetua-
tion of institutions of
American freedom and the
memory of Revolutionary
War heroes. Inexpensive
luncheon meetings are
held the second Saturday
of each month at Delmoni-
co's Restaurant in Port St.
Lucie. Meetings are open
to the public. Call (772)
336-0926 for more infor-
mation.
* Florida Trail Association:
The Florida Trail Associa-
tion meets the second
Monday of each month
from 7 to 9 p.m. For infor-
mation, call (772) 219-
4955.
* French Rendez-Vous: For
those interested in French
language, culture and cui-
sine. For information, call
(772) 285-1297 or (772)
221-2459.
* The Friends' Book Depot,
a collaborative effort of all
six Friends Groups of The
Martin County Library Sys-
tem is open from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. every Saturday and
Sunday in Building H, No.
15, at the B & A Flea Mar-
ket, 2885 S. Federal High-
way, in Stuart. The Book
Depot offers rare, anti-
quarian books, children'
books, and audio-visual
material. Donations are
welcome at the Book
Depot from 9:30 a.m. to
noon on Mondays and


Wednesday or Martin
County libraries. For infor-
mation, call Eric Buetens at
(772) 546-6633.
* Friendship Group: This
group for people over age
55 meets every Friday
except for holidays.
Requested donation each
week is $1. Meetings are
held at 6:30 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church,
1500 S.W. Kanner Highway,
in Stuart. For information,
call (772) 220-8647 or (772)
545-9793.
* Gamnes for Martin Coun-
ty seniors: 12:30 to 4 p.m.
on Wednesday at the Fla-
gler Recreation Center in
Stuart. No cost. For infor-
mation, call (772) 288-
5335.
* General Motors Retire-
ment Club: For informa-
tion about the next meet-
ing, call (772) 878-6003.
* Halpatiokee Chapter of
the Daughters of the
American Revolution: For
information, call (772)
288-4306.
* Historical Map Club: A
club for people interested
in historical maps. For
information, call (772)
219-9778.
* Hobe Sound Fine Arts
League: For information,
call (772) 546-2946.
* Hobe Sound/Port Saler-
no Rotary Club: This serv-
ice-focused organization is
dedicated to serving the
local community and sup-
ports a number of local
charities, works on hands-
on projects, and supports
national and international
projects. For information,
call (772) 221-9193.
* Hobe Sound Public


Library Book Club: For
information, call (772)
221-1403.
* Hoke Library Book Club:
Meet at the library in
Jensen Beach. For infor-
mation, call (772) 221-
1403.
* Humanity's Team:'For
information, call (772)
708-4611.
* Jensen Beach Garden
Club: For information, call
(772) 692-2245.
* Kentucky Society of the
Treasure Coast: For infor-
mation, call (772) 692-
3715.
* L.I.F.T. Social Group for
widows and widowers,
which includes monthly
luncheons with guest
speakers, informal break-
fast gatherings, day trips
and extended travel. The
second Thursday gather-
ing is a casual breakfast at
10 a.m. at Harry and the
Natives restaurant in Hobe
Sound. Cost is $11 per per-
son. Call two days in
advance to reserve. Call
(772) 334-1200 or (561)
746-5124.
* Lucie's Creative Crafters
and Vendors: The group
holds a craft show and sale
most weekends at different
locations. Sales benefit the
crafters and some local
charities. For information,
call (772) 873-2981.
* Mariner's Barbershop
Chorus of Martin and St.
Lucie County: Weekly
Tuesday meetings are from
7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Rio
Civic Center, 1255 N.E.
Dixie Highway (Route 707),
in Jensen Beach. For infor-


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(772) 286-1281.
* Martin County
Genealogical Society: For
information on the club,
call (772) 334-6331.
* Martin County Model
Railroaders: The railroad
club promotes the hobby


of model railroading. The
club meets every Thursday
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the Martin County Fair-
grounds, Building E, 2616
S.E. Dixie Highway, in Stu-
art. For information, call
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Plant Society: Meetings
will resume in October on
the third Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m. For infor-
mation, call (772) 219-8285
or (772) 287-4930.
* Martin County Republi-
can Club: For information,
call (772) 286-0615.
* Martin County Veterans
Services: Information ses-
sions are often held at pub-
lic library branches. For
information, call (772) 221-
1403.
* Martin County Young
Republicans: The chapter
is open to Republicans,
ages 18 to 40. For informa-
tion, call (772) 341-6880.
* Mets Booster Club (for
N.Y. and St. Lucie'Mets):
Membership is $10 per
person per year, $15 per
couple with no -children,
and $20 for a family mem-
bership. Includes a
newsletter each month
and support for charitable
donations. For informa-
tion, call (772) 878-8505 or
(772) 336-4801.
* Military Officers Associa-
tion of America: The
MOAA Treasure Coast
Chapter, Martin and St
Lucie counties, meets the
third Thursday of the
month at the Holiday Inn,
on U.S. 1, in Port St Lucie.
All active, reserve, retired
and former commissioned
and warrant officers from
all U.S. uniformed services
are welcome. For informa-
tion, call (772) 692-4922 or
(772) 240-6880
* Minnesota Snowbirds:
Couples and singles can
meet on the third Monday
of each month at 11:30
a.m. for a lunch.and social
hour. There are no dues.
For information, call (772)
335-8268 or (772) 337-
3613.
* NARFE Chapter 1589: For
information, call (772) 879-
1566.
* Retired educators:
Retired school district per-
sonnel meet on the third
Thursday of the month at
11 a.m. at the Blake Library
in Stuart. All retired edu-
cators from any school dis-
tricts are welcome. Call
(772) 286-4556.
* Singletarian Society of
Martin & St. Lucie coun-
ties: Active single, divorced
or widowed folks ages 57 to
70 are invited to join. The
club meets formally once a
month for a buffet lunch
and news of upcoming
events. For information,
call (772) 692-1508 or (772)
223-8068.
* Social Bridge for
advanced players: Offered
weekly throughout the
year at the Flagler Recre-
ation Center in Stuart
Thursday from 12:30 to 4
p.m. The cost is $1.50 per
week. For information, call
(772) 288-5335.
* Sons of Norway, Gulf-


stream Lodge 3-514: All
Scandinavian nationalities
as well as people who have
an interest in the culture
are welcome. For reserva-
tions, call (772) 466-1275 or
v i s i t
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treamlodge3514.
* Southeast Florida
Archaeological Society:
For information about the
next meeting, visit
www.sefas.org.
* Space Coast All-Airborne
Chapter, 82nd Division
Association: For informa-
tion, call (772) 879-0097.
* St. Lucie/Martin County
Council of Beta Sigma Phi:
Meets on the second Mon-
day of the month at the
Morningside Branch
Library in Port St. Lucie.
There are 10 active chap-
ters in St. Lucie and Martin
counties. For information,
call (772) 462-1615.
* St. Lucie Sailing Club:
The club meets from 7 to 9
p.m., the first Monday of
each month. For informa-
tion, call (772) 219-4955.
* Stuart Community Con-
cert Band: The band
rehearses from 7-9 p.m.
Monday nights at the Fla-
gler Recreation Center in
Stuart. The free group is for
musicians of any age who
would ike to keep musical
skills sharp and participate
in activities. Rehearsals are
open to the public; the
group gives free concerts
on the first Monday of each
month, beginning at 7:30
p.m. at the Stuart Recre-
ation Center. For details
about the group or for con-
cert dates, call (772) 288-
5335.
* Stuart Area Miniatures
Club: The adult group
meets monthly to con-
struct dollhouse minia-
tures and to share expert-
ise and information about
collections. Classes are
available for $2 per class.
Meetings are held from 7-
9:30 p.m. on the first Tues-
day of each month at the
Flagler Recreation Center
in Stuart. For information,
call (772) 288-5335.
* Stuart Sunrise Rotary
Club: Meets Thursday
morning at Monarch
Country Club at 7:30 a.m.
For information, call (772)
631-2639.
* Taking Off Pounds Sensi-
bly (TOPS): Meets at 10
a.m. on Fridays at Ocean
Palms Retirement Center,
2750 S.E. Ocean Blvd., in
Stuart. For information,
call (772) 334-5869.
* The Garden Club of Stu-
art: For information, call
(772) 692-7133.
* Treasure .Coast Toast-
masters International
Club: The club meets at
the Hospice Mayes Center
for Hope, 1201 S.E. Indian
St., in Stuart. The club
meets at 7 p.m. on Mon-


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* Treasure Coast Commu-
nity Singers: Rehearsals
will be held Monday
evenings, from 7 to 9 p.m.
at North. Stuart Baptist
Church, north of the Roo-
sevelt Bridge. All who love
to sing are welcome. For
details, call (772) 692-1616.
* The Treasure Coast
56ers: For information, call
(772) 343-9442.
* Treasure Coast Chapter,
Paralegal Association of
Florida: For information,
call (772) 234-5500.
* German Shepherd Club:
The only American Kennel
Club and German Shep-
herd Specialty Club of the
Treasure Coast meets the
last Monday of every
month at the Palm City
Community Center. For
information, call (772) 286-
3801.
* Treasure Coast Muz-
zleoaders: Meets on the
second Wednesday of
every month at 7 p.m.
Black powder group meets
at the Vince Boccino Cen-
ter at Francis Langford
Park in Jensen Beach (by
the arch). This is a non-
profit group of historians,
collectors and shooters.
For more information, call
(772) 219-0708.
* Treasure Coast Shell
Club: The club meets the
third Monday of each
month from 7-9 p.m. For
information, call (772) 219-
4955.
*The Restless Leg Syndrome
(RLS) Support Group and
Peripheral Neuropathy
group will conduct their
next meeting and class on
Saturday June 9 at the
Robert Morgade Library on
Salerno Road in Stuart at 2
p.m. A representative from
the Stuart Pain Management
Office will speak. For more
information call Mary at
(772) 546-0750.
* Woodcarvers group:
Meets at 1 p.m. Wednes-
days, at the Log Cabin
Senior Center in Langford
Park, 2369 N.E. Dixie High-
way, in Jensen Beach. For
information, call (772) 334-
2926.
* YMCA Reads: The program
relies on mentors to read
with first and second-
graders. Individuals, church
groups and organizations
are all needed. Mentors
meet at Indiantown Middle
School. For information, call
(772)260-1993.
* YMCA Newcomers and
Alumni Club: Prospective
members do not have to be
a newcomer to the area to
attend meetings or join the
club. Meetings are at 9:30
a.m. on the second Tuesday
of each month at Indian
RiverSide Park, 1707 N.E.
Indian River Drive, in
Jensen Beach. For infor-
mation, call (772) 546-2831


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Aubrey Murray of Martin County swam the finals of the Girl's 11-12 200-meter freestyle event at the 2007 Dr. Aspi Doc-
tor Memorial Day Invitational Swim Meet at Indian River Community College.


Results from the Dr. Aspi Doctor swim meet


May 25-27
at Indian River
Community College.

Key:
Aquatic Club Temple
Terra (ACTT), Brevard
Swim Club (BSC), CBS
Islanders (CBS), Indian
River Aquatics (IRA),
Martin County Aquatics
(MCA), St. Cloud Aquatics
(SCA), St. Edwards Aquat-
ics (SEA), Treasure Coast
Aquatics (TCA), Treasure
Coast Swimming (TCS),
Unattached Brevard
Swimmer (UBS), Unat-
tached Florida Swimmer


(UFL)
Girl's 10 and under 50-meter
freestyle 1, Hannah Burdge, 9,
TCA, 34.99; 2, Erin Proctor, 9,
TCA, 35.98; 3, Orla Jordan, 9,
TCA, 36.74; 4, Daniele Weller, 10,
TCA, 37.11; 5, Sabrina Frehafer,
9, TCA, 37.41
Girl's 10 and under 100-meter
freestyle 1, Hannah Burdge, 9,
TCA, 1:16.65; 2, Erin Proctor, 9,
TCA, 1:17.83; 3, Orla Jordan, 9,
TCS, 1:19.28; 4, Sabrina Frehafer,
9, TCA, 1:20.93; 5, Daniele Weller,
10, TCA, 1:23.68
Girl's 10 and under 200-meter
freestyle 1, Hannah Burdge, 9,
TCA, 2:38.83; 2, Erin Proctor, 9,
TCA, 2:41.66; 3, Orla Jordan, 9,
TCS, 2:47.57; 4, Sabrina Frehafer,
9, TCA, 2:50.53; 5, Daniele Weller,
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TCA, 42.04; 2, Hannah Burdge, 9,
TCA, 42.68; 3, Orla Jordan, 9,
TCS, 43.07; 4, Julia Barth, 10,
TCS, 44.79; 5, Sabrina Frehafer,
9, TCA, 45.47
Girl's 10 and under 100-meter
backstroke 1, Hannah Burdge,
9, TCA, 1:29.38; 2, Christina Vil-
larasa, 10, IRA, 1:31.11; 3,
Daniele Weller, 10, TCA, 1:31.20;
4, Orla Jordan, 9, TCS, 1:33.79; 5,
Erin Proctor, 9, TCA, 1:33.92
Girl's 10 and under 50-meter
breaststroke 1, Hannah Burdge,
9, TCA, 45.14; 2, Christina Vil-
larasa, 10, IRA, 48.42; 3, Erin
Proctor, 9, TCA, 49.13; 4, Sabrina
Frehafer, 9, TCA, 50.56; 5, Shae
Eder, 10, TCA, 51.98
Girl's 10 and under 100-meter
breaststroke 1, Hannah Burdge,
9, TCA, 1:40.49; 2, Sabrina Fre-
hafer, 9, TCA, 1:47.45; 3 Erin
Proctor, 9, TCA, 1:47.79; 4, Orla
Jordan, 9, TCS, 1:49.12; 5, Amber
Maddens, 10, IRA, 1:51.66
Girl's 10 and under 50-meter but-
terfly 1, Hannah Burdge, 9, TCA,
37.47; 2, Orla Jordan, 9, TCS,
39.19; 3, Christina Villarasa, 10,
IRA, 40.79; 4, Erin Proctor, 9,
TCA, 41.21; 5, Sabrina Frehafer,
9, TCA, 42.82
Girl's 10 and under 100-meter but-
terfly 1, Hannah Burdge, 9, TCA,
1:24.81; 2, Orla Jordan, 9, TCS,
1:30.40; 3, Erin Proctor, 9, TCA,
1:32.32; 4, Sabrina Frehafer, 9,
TCA, 1:35.11; 5, Daniele Weller,
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Girl's 10 and under 200-meter IM
- 1, Hannah Burdge, 9, TCA,
2:59.92; 2, Erin Proctor, 9, TCA,
3:12.68; 3, Sabrina Frehafer, 9,
TCA, 3:14.42; 4, Orla Jordan, 9,
TCS, 3:14.89; 5, Daniele Weller,
10, TCA, 3:26.52
Girl's 11-12, 50-meter freestyle -
1, Rachel Lanam, 12, TCS, 31..08;
2, Sorca Jordan, 11, TCS, 31.44;
3, Dakota Toner, 12, TCA, 31.58;
4, Emma Madden, 11, TCS,
32.57; 5, Samantha Deason, 12,
SCA, 32.79
Girl's 11-12, 100-meter freestyle -
1, Rachel Lanam, 12, TCS,
1:06.05; 2, Dakota Toner, 12, TCA,
1:07.28; 3, Sorca Jordan, 11, TCS,
1:10.44; 4, Chelsea Rowe, 12,
MCA, 1:10.96; 5, Macey Arnold,
12, TCA, 1:11.22
Girl's 11-12, 200-meter freestyle -
1, Rachel Lanam, 12, TCS,
2:24.86; 2, Dakota Toner, 12, TCA,
2:26.10; 3, Macey Arnold, 12,
TCA, 2:28.79; 4, Sorca Jordan,
11, TCS, 2:31.44; 5, Sydney Bex-
ley, 11, ACTT, 2:35.37
Girl's 11-12, 400-meter freestyle -
1, Rachel Lanam, 12, TCS,
5:00.64; 2, Dakota Toner, 12, TCA,
5:08.24; 3, Macey Arnold, 12,
TCA, 5:08.28; 4, Sorca Jordan,
11, TCS, 5:09.55; 5, Sydney Bex-
ley, 11, ACTT, 5:23.40
Girl's 11-12, 50-meter backstroke -
- 1, Rachel Lanam, 12, TCS,
37.15; 2, Sorca Jordan, 11, TCS,
37.94; 3, Mollie Goldstein, 12,
MCA, 38.07; 4, Emma Madden,
11, TCA, 38.53; 5, Dakota Toner,
12, TCA, 38.69
Girl's 11-12, 100-meter backstroke
- 1, Sorca Jordan, 11, TCS,
1:18.66; 2, Emma Madden, 11,
TCA, 1:20.36; 3, Rachel Lanam,
12, TCS, 1:20.89; 4, Mollie Gold-
stein, 12, MCA, 1:21.06; 5, Dakota
Toner, 12, TCA, 1:23.18
Girl's 11-12 50-meter breaststroke
- 1, Dakota Toner, 12, TCA, 39.79;
2, Emma Madden, 11, TCA,
40.05; 3, Sydney Bexley, 11,
ACTT, 40.49; 4 Kara Barcza, 12,
MCA, 43.00; 5, Samantha Dea-
son, 12, SCA, 43.51
Girl's 11-12, 100-meter breast-
stroke 1, Emma Madden, 11,
TCA, 1:26.85; 2, Dakota Toner, 12,
TCA, 1:27.68; 3, Sydney Bexley,
11, ACTT, 1:32.44; 4, Sorca Jor-
dan, 11, TCS, 1:34.90; 5, Rachel
Lanam, 12, TCS, 1:35.34
Girl's 11-12, 50-meter butterfly -
1, Dakota Toner, 12, TCA, 34.21;
2, Sorca Jordan, 11, TCS, 34.44;
3, Rachel Lanam, 12, TCS, 34.93;
4, Kara Barcza, 12, MCA, 36.30;
5, Samantha Deason, 12, SCA,
37.66
Girl's 11-12, 100-meter butterfly -
1, Rachel Lanam, 12, TCS,
1:16.87, 2 Dakota Toner, 12, TCA,
1:17.37; 3, Sorca Jordan, 11, TCS
1:19.13; 4, Kara Barcza, 12, MCA,
1:21.61; 5 Macey Arnold, 12, TCA,
1:21.63
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SDorts Briefs


Pick up tennis to start Ultimate Frisbee hits Summer tennis camps
in Martin County the Treasure Coast coming to Martin


Every Monday, Wednes-
day, Friday and Saturday
mornings there will be
pick-up tennis at the Hobe
Sound public courts on
Hercules Street next to the
ball field on US 1, just
South of Bridge Road.
Pick-up tennis will be
held on Saturday's at the
Halpatiokee Regional Park.
For more information
'contact Eric Buetens at
(772) 546-6633.


Ever hear about people
playing ultimate Frisbee
and wonder what it really
is?
Come out to Sportsman's
Park in Port St. Lucie on
Monday from 8-10 P.M. to
play pick up ultimate and
learn a fun new game. Just
bring a light and dark shirt
and a willingness to have
fun.
No previous experience
required. All players wel-
come.


County


Martin County Parks and
Recreation is offering ten-
nis camps for youth's ages
5-18. The camps will take
place in June and July and
vary in experience level.
All camps will be held at
Halpatiokee Regional
Park. Prices range from
$50-150.
For more information
call tennis coordinator Jim
Richards at (772) 475-


7477 or Jesse Moore (772)
221-1419.

Softball umpires
wanted

The Martin County Parks
and Recreation Depart-
ment is looking for slow-
pitch adult softball
umpires. All games take
place at Halpatiokee
Regional Park in Stuart.
Seasons run year round
and games take place on
weeknights.
If you are interested in
becoming an umpire,


please contact Larry Uber
for more for more informa-
tion at (772) 708-3429.

Local rowing club
hosting "Learn to
Row Day"

The Treasure Coast Row-
ing Club will be hosting its
seventh annual "Learn to
Row Day" on June 9, at the
Treasure Coast Communi-
ty Rowing Center boat-
house located just south
of the Palm City Bridge at
the southwest corner of


Leighton Park in Palm
City. Orientation and
instruction sessions will
be held at the boathouse
at 9 A.M., 10 A.M., and 11
A.M. There will be static
rowing machines, videos,
information and members
to answer your questions.
Wear sunscreen and
water shoes. Baggy cloth-
ing is not recommended.
Refreshments will be
available and the event is
free to the public.
For more information
call the rowing center at
(772) 286-0808.


Results
From page B 12


Girl's 11-12, 200-meter IM 1,
Dakota Toner, 12, TCA, 2:45.42; 2,
Sorca Jordan, 11, TCS, 2:48.53; 3,
Rachel Lanam, 12, TCS, 2:50.86;
4, Emma Madden, 11, TCA,
2:55.50; 5, Macey Arnold, 12,
TCA, 2:57.80
Girl's 13-14, 50-meter freestyle -
1, Desiree Bowker, 13, BSC,
30.30; 2, Jenna Kingsley, 13,
MCA, 31.01; 3, Kayleigh Barrows,
14, UBS, 31.09; 4, Jileen Bray, 14,
TCS, 31.67; 5, Mary Garner, 14,
CBS, 31.91
Girl's 13-14, 100-meter freestyle -
1, Jenna Kingsley, 13, MCA,
1:05.74; 2, Kayleigh Barrows, 14,
UBS, 1:07.21; 3, Jileen Bray, 14,
TCS, 1:07.36; 4, Desiree Bowker,
13, BSC, 1:07.72; 5, Danijo DiTerl-
izzi, 14, TCA, 1:07.93
Girl's 13-14, 200-meter freestyle -
1, Jenna Kingsley, 13, MCA,
2:21.61, 2, Jileen Bray, 14, TCS
2:21.96; 3, Mary Garner, 14, CBS,
2:27.91; 4, Hannah Reagan, 14,
BSC, 2:28.59; 5, Kayleigh Bar-
rows, 14, UBS, 2:29.14
Girl's 13-14, 400-meter freestyle -
1, Jenna Kingsley, 13, MCA,
4:53.30; 2, Jileen Bray, 14, TCS,
4:55.83; 3, Hannah Reagan, 14,
BSC, 5:03.27; 4, Desiree Bowker,
13, BSC, 5:05.09; 5, Mary Garner,
14, CBS, 5:05.78
Girl's 13-14, 100-meter backstroke
- 1, Danijo DiTerlizzi, 14, TCA,
1:16.11; 2, Jenna Kingsley, 13,
MCA, 1:16.30; 3, Alexis Barth, 13,
TCS, 1:16.43; 4, Sarah Eden, 14,
TCS, 1:22.22; 5, Kayleigh Bar-
rows, 14, UBS, 1:23.35
Girl's 13-14, 200-meter backstroke
-1, Danijo DiTerlizzi, 14, TCA,
2:42.26; 2, Jenna Kingsley, 13,
MCA, 2:43.32; 3, Sarah Eden, 14,
TCS, 3:00.14; 4, Karolina Poders-
ki, 13, TCA, 3:00.69; 5, Colleen
Lindgren, 13, MCA, 3:04.99
Girl's 13-14, 100-meter breast-
stroke 1, Danijo DiTerlizzi, 14,
TCA, 1:28.65; 2, Elizabeth Tomsik,
13, BSC, 1:28.73; 3, Kayleigh Bar-
rows, 14, UBS, 1:32.20; 4, Colleen
Lindgren, 13, MCA, 1:38.22; 5,
Karolina Poderski, 13, TCA,
1:38.55
Girl's 13-14, 200-meter breast-
stroke 1, Elizabeth Tomsik, 13,
BSC, 3:05.10; 2, Danijo DiTerlizzi,
14, TCA, 3:10.87; 3, Kayleigh Bar-
rows, 14, UBS, 3:14.94; 4, Jenna
Kingsley, 13, MCA, 3:26.53; 5,
Sarah Eden, 14, TCS, 3:26.89
Girl's 13-14 100-meter butterfly -
1, Jenna Kingsley, 13, MCA,
1:12.59; 2, Kayleigh Barrows, 14,
UBS, 1:13.04; 3, Mary Garner, 14,
CBS, 1:23.17; 4, Colleen Lindgren,
13, MCA, 1:24.08; 5, Alexis Barth,
13, TCS, 1:24.19
Girl's 13-14, 200-meter butterfly -
1, Jenna Kingsley, 13, MCA,
2:40.28; 2, Desiree Bowker, 13,
BSC, 2:42.55; 3, Kayleigh Bar-
rows, 14, UBS, 2:54.10; 4, Colleen
Lindgren, 13, MCA, 3:23.84; 5,
Hannah Reagan, 14, BSC,
3:29.74
Girl's 13-14, 200-meter IM 1,
Jenna Kingsley, 13, MCA, 2:45.00;
2, Kayleigh Barrows, 14, UBS,
2:45.51; 3, Desiree Bowker, 13,
BSC, 2:48.99; 4, Alexis Barth, 13,
TCS, 2:49.01; 5, Jileen Bray, 14,
TCS, 2:50.60


Girl's 13-14, 400-meter IM 1
Jenna Kingsley, 13, MCA, 5:40.45;
2, Kayleigh Barrows, 14, UBC,
5:58.85, 3, Hannah Reagan, 14,
BSC, 6:19.44; 4, Elizabeth Tomsik,
13, BSC, 6:23.29
Women 50-meter freestyle 1,
Ashley Paterson, 16, UBS, 28.81;
2, Elise Portugal, 18, UFL, 28.93;
3, Sarah Menendez, 15, ACTT,
29.18; 3, Mary O'Sullivan, 19,
UFL, 29.18; 5, Julia Nagy, 16,
BSC, 29.41
Women 100-meter freestyle 1,
Ashley Paterson, 16, UBS,
1:01.42; 2, Sarah Menendez, 15,
ACTT, 1:03.23; 3, Mary O'Sullivan,
19, UFL, 1:03.29; 4, Elise Portu-
gal, 18, UFL, 1:04.02; 5, Sami
Lugar, 18, BSC, 1:04.67
Women 200-meter freestyle 1,
Ashley Paterson, 16, UBS,
2:11.13; 2, Sarah Menendez, 15,
ACTT, 2:16.24; 3, Mary O'Sullivan,
19, UFL, 2:19.14; 4, Elise Portu-
gal, 18, UFL, 2:22.19; 5, Meleah
McMillen, 15, TCS, 2:22.25
Women 400-meter freestyle 1,
Ashley Paterson, 16, UBS,
4:32.46; 2, Sarah Menendez, 15,
ACTT, 4:39.54; 3, Julia Nagy, 16,
BSC, 4:41.79; 4, Teri Lytle, 17,
BSC, 4:47.02; 5, Kristen Potter
16 BSC, 4:47.89
Women 800-meter freestyle 1,
Ashley Paterson, 16, UBS,
9:23.68; 2, Sarah Menendez, 15,
ACTT, 9:31.76; 3, Mary O'Sullivan,
19, UFL, 10:09.59; 4, Jenna
Kingsley, 13, MCA, 10:21.28; 5,
Hannah Reagan, 14, BSC,
10:34.35
Women 100-meter backstroke 1,
Elise Portugal, 18, UFL, 1:10.37;
2, Mary O'Sullivan, 19, UFL,
1:12.77; 3, Ashley Paterson, 16,
UBS, 1:13.02; 4, Sarah Menen-


dez, 15, ACTT, 1:16.10; 5, Mon-
tana Sweet, 16, BSC, 1:16.97
Women 200-meter backstroke 1,
Mary O'Sullivan, 19, UFL, 2:33.01;
2, Ashley Paterson, 16, UBS,
2:37.10; 3, Sarah Menendez, 15,
ACTT, 2:37.60; 4, Malinda Turner,
16, IRA, 2:48.95; 5, Allison Ran-
dolph, 15, MCA, 2:49.56
Women 100-meter breaststroke -
1, Elise Portugal, 18, UFL,
1:22.91; 2, Katie Kittrell, 15, IRA,
1:24.34; 3, Meleah McMillen, 15,
TCS, 1:25.26; 4, Samantha Mur-
phy, 17, IRA, 1:29.60; 5, Carly
Gomez, 15, BSC, 1:31.19
Women 200-meter breaststroke -
1, Sami Lugar, 18, BSC, 2:59.60; 2
Katie Kittrell, 15, IRA, 2:59.76; 3,
Meleah McMillen, 15, TCS,
3:11.32; 4, Emma Madden 11,
TCA, 3:11.48; 5, Ashley Paterson,
16, UBS, 3:11.75
Women 100-meter butterfly 1,,
Elise Portugal, 18, UFL, 1:07.41;
2, Sami Lugar, 18, BSC, 1:09.32;
3; Sarah Menendez, 15, ACTT,
1:09.78; 4, Ashley Paterson, 16,
UBS, 1:10.35; 5, Ashley Shiver,
16, BSC, 1:13.88
Women 200-meter butterfly 1,
Ashley Paterson, 16, UBS,.
2:36.56; 2, Sarah Menendez, 15,
ACTT, 2:39.94; 3, Ashley Shiver,
16, BSC, 2:42.97; 4, Sami Lugar,
18, BSC, 2:43.88; 5, Elise Portu-
gal, 18, UFL, 2:46.01
Women 200-meter IM 1, Elise
Portugal, 18, UFL
2:35.46; 2, Ashley Paterson, 16,
UBS, 2:35.62; 3, Julia Nagy, 16,
BSC, 2:39.30; 4, Meleah McMillen,
15, TCS, 2:40.09; 5, Kristen Potter,
16, BSC, 2:42.47
Women 400-meter IM -


1, Ashley Paterson, 16, UBS,
5:31.39; 2, Katie Kittrell, 15, IRA,
5:50.64; 3, Carly Gomez, 15, BSC,
5:52.88; 4, Meisen Jernberg, 11,
BSC, 6:38.06
Boy's 10 and under 50-meter
freestyle 1, Matthew Holmes, 9,
CBS, 34.20; 2, Andrew Wojcik, 10,
TCS, 34.65; 3, Alexander Madden,
9, TCA, 36.57; 4, Edward DeCos-
ta, 10, MCA, 36.95; 5, Benjamin
Madden, 9, TCA, 37.96
Boy's 10 and under 100-meter
freestyle 1, Matthew Holmes, 9,
CBS, 1:15.79; 2, Andrew Wojcik,
10, TCS, 1:16.09; 3, Andrew
Sterns, 9, CBS, 1:16.99; 4,
Alexander Madden, 9, TCA,
1:21.47; 5, Edward DeCosta, 10,
MCA, 1:22.63
Boy's 10 and under 200-meter
freestyle 1, Andrew Wojcik, 10,
TCS, 2:50.62; 2, Benjamin Mad-
den, 9, TCA, 2:57.44; 3, Edward
DeCosta, 10, MCA, 2:58.36; 4,
Alexander .Madden, 9, TCA,
3:07.07; 5, Joseph Widrig, 10,
MCA, 3:12.63
Boy's 10 and under 50-meter
backstroke 1, Andrew Wojcik,
10, TCS, 40.67; 2, Andrew Sterns,
9, CBS, 42.33; 3, Edward DeCos-
ta, 10, MCA, 43.54; 4, Alexander
Madden, 9, TCA, 44.71; 5,
Matthew Holmes, 9, CBS, 46.86
Boy's 10 and under 100-meter
backstroke 1, Alexander Mad-
den, 9, TCA, 1:33.30; 2, Andrew
Wojcik, 10, TCS, 1:33.47; 3,
Edward DeCosta, 10, MCA,
1:37.54; 4, Benjamin Madden, 9,
TCA, 1:43.20; 5, Mitchell Lanam,
8, TCS, 1:48.99
Boy's 10 and under 50-meter
breaststroke 1, Andrew Wojcik,
10, TCS, 48.06; 2, Benjamin Mad-
den, 9, TCA, 48:64; 3, Alexander


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DeCosta, 10, MCA, 49.18; 5,
Bucky Poderski, 10, TCA, 54.53
Boy's 10 and under 100-meter
breaststroke 1, Andrew Wojcik,
10, TCS,. 1:43.77; 2, Edward
DeCosta, 10, MCA, 1:43.85; 3,
Benjamin Madden, 9, TCA,
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7; TCS, 1:56.76
Boy's 10 and under 50-meter but-
terfly 1, Andrew Sterns, 9, CBS,
41.81; 2, Matthew Holmes, 9,
CBS, 42.62; 3, Edward DeCosta,
10, MCA, 44.91; 4, Andrew Wojcik,
10, TCS, 46.04; 5, Alexander Mad-


den, 9, TCS, 46.31
Boy's 10 and under 100-meter but-
terfly 1, Alexander Madden, 9,
TCA, 1:40.94; 2, Edward DeCosta,
10, MCA, 1:40.94; 3, Iban Dumas,
10, TCS, 1:47.09; 4, Andrew Woj-.
cik, 10, TCS, 1:47.37; 5, Benjamin
Madden, 9, TCA, 1:55.66
Boy's 10 and under 200-meter-IM
- 1, Edward DeCosta, 10, MCA,
3:18.73; 2, Andrew Wojcik, 10,
TCS, 3:23.46; 3, Alexander Mad-
den, 9, TCA, 3:23.70; 4 Benjamin
Madden, 9, TCA 3:30.28; 5 Joseph
. Widrig, 10, MCA, 3:51.93
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W th Father's Day
quickly
approaching,
some of you may be
looking for that last-
minute gift for the man
who has been there for you
through thick and thin.
Since I'm one of those
men who wait until the
last possible moment to
shop for anything, I am,
just the person to give you
a few ideas.
,Take notes. And don't
forget the card.
Golfers are usually a
hard lot to buy gifts for. We
have certain likes and
dislikes, and buying a club
for someone is never easy.
What kind of club? What
shaft? What loft? And so
on.
Unless you know for
certain which club he


wants, it's a good idea to
steer away from the
"surprise" of a club for a
gift.
Fortunately, there is a
plethora of things that fit
nearly any golfer.

Gotta wear shades

Living in Florida, we all
know just how strong and
bright the sun can be.
Our eyes are one of our
most precious organs. The
decision to protect them
while in the bright sun
during a round of golf
should be an easy one.
Tifosi Optics and Rudy
Project each have a
wonderful line of golf-
specific sunglasses.
The lenses on these golf-
specific glasses are
designed to help bring out


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the contours on the
greens, allowing you to
better see the line and
make more putts all while
protecting your eyes.*
Tifosi and Rudy Project
each feature frames that
have several interchange-
able lenses, allowing you
to customize the look and
the performance of the
glasses.
Both feature an available
prescription insert so that
you won't have to choose
between glasses for seeing
and sunglasses for protec-
tion.

Get bamboo
in your clothes

In addition to blinding
light, the sun tends to
make things very warm
here.
The latest fashions take
advantage of wonderful
fabric technology that
quickly wick away mois-
ture and allow.golfers to
stay cool and dry even in
the most extreme heat.
The hottest, actually
coolest, new technology
comes from Aureus Golf.
The company's new line
of Bamboo Tech sports-


wear fits the bill perfectly.
Bamboo does all of the
things that the popular
treated polyester blends
do without the added
chemicals.
Bamboo fiber is natural-
ly moisture wicking, anti-
microbial and holds up
extremely well in the wash.
With a huge variety of
styles and colors to choose
from, there is no need for
dad to look like a sweaty
geek any longer.

How about a hat?

Golfers love to advertise
their favorite course, ball
or club.
Hats are quite popular
and just about each one
comes with some logo on
it.
With today's skin cancer
concerns, a good hat will
aid in keeping those
harmful rays from dad's
face, ears and, if he's hair-
challenged, his scalp as
well.

Gadgets galore
Dads are always in need
of gadgets and tools.
One of the most
practical that I have found
is the G-Clip. This handy
four-in-one compact tool
clips onto a belt or waist-
band, providing you with a
pair of tees, a ball marker,
a divot tool and a glove
clip.
One of the problems I
have found with the
newest soft spikes is that
they tend to clog with
grass and dirt. Champs
Sports has a new line of
accessories that include a
spike rake and brush.
The long handle keeps
your hands clean and dirt


free while you easily clear
your spikes of grass, dirt
and debris.
Dad will no longer be
able to say that he slipped
as his drive drifts off into
the woods.
Watching the pros, we
notice that many put a line
on their golf ball to help
them perfectly line up
their putts. Most of us
cannot draw a straight line
on paper, much less a
dimpled ball.
With a LineMUp anyone
can draw a line on a golf
ball.
The molded, poly-
carbonate LineMUp snaps
over the ball and has slots
for marking it. With several
colors to choose from, dad
can not only stand out in
his four-some, but easily
identify his ball and line
up shots and putts.

The old standby

If nothing sounds right,
then there is always the
"round of golf."
What dad, me included,
would not love to spend a
day on the links with his
children?
Sharing this game with
the next generation is what
it's all about.
Whatever you decide for
the "father" in your life, he
is sure to love it.
Besides, the best gift of
all is the most simple of
gifts, a great big hug.

James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night
Golf Show on WPSL 1590-
AM radio station. Contact
him at
jstammer@yahoo.com.


Ocean Fitness
Providing private celebrity-style fitness training
When professional athletes, models
and celebrities need to get into shape
quickly, they turn to personal trainers,
working one-on-one with a profession-
al trainer in complete privacy. Now,
thanks to Fletcher McLane at Ocean
Fitness in Stuart, professional, celebrity
style training is available to everyone.
As a professional trainer in Miami
for 20 years, McLane has trained some
of the biggest names in the entertain-
ment, modeling and sports industries.
A former All American football player
and former professional wrestler,
McLane also worked on movies with Owner & Professional Trainer Fletcher McLane is Shown
stars such as Carl Weathers and Hulk with "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Ian Ziering
Hogan. When Mclane was at the pin-
nacle of the personal training field with a budding career in Hollywood, he walked away to
find a quieter lifestyle. He now feels like he's finally found his true calling.
"I was put here to help people lose weight and build a better lifestyle," said McLane, whose
focus is motivating people to get into the best shape of their lives with training, diet counsel-
ing and lifestyle changes.
Located on Hutchinson Island just a stone's throw from the ocean, Ocean Fitness features
the finest training equipment available including Cybexa equipment, Precor treadmills and
free weights. The gym also has a private tikii hut" massage room where clients can enjoy a
professional massage.
McLane has a number of clients who come in exclusively for him to stretch table, a service
that follows every training session. While many sessions take place in the gym, you can often
find him training clients on the beach. One thing you won't find in Ocean Fitness is a lot of
supplements. McLane, an outspoken critic of growth hormones and steroids contends that a
better body, "doesn't come in a bottle."
But the best part about training at Ocean Fitness (besides training with a pro of the caliber
of McLane) is that every session is private. Although he will train husband and wife tears, he
never books more than one client at a time, always working around a client's schedule.
"Working with a personal trainer in a large gym can be very intimidating," said McLane,
"Here, you don't have to compete with the 'Barbie dolls' or guys with bulging muscles. It's a
one-on-one customized session where the focus is just on you."
Since opening Ocean Fitness six years ago, McLane has trained 1,000 Treasure Coast resi-
dents, including children and adults of all ages. Eighty percent of his clients are women, in
part because he has earned a reputation for knowing how to train women to become strong
and lose weight without developing unattractive, masculine bulk.
"A lot of trainers make the mistake of training men and women the same way. A woman's
body is different. When training a woman, we're looking to develop symmetry," said McLane,
"after they've gotten in shape, the women I've trained not only look great but they then tell me
they feel strong, confident and empowered."
The first training session at Ocean Fitness is complimentary, something according to
McLane that no other gym offers. He uses the first session as a way to gauge whether a person
is truly motivating and willing to work with him as a team. In addition to a customized work-
out, each client receives a customized eating plan.
"I teach 90 percent nutrition and 10 percent training," he said.
Ocean Fitness is located at 652 SE Ocean Blvd. in Stuart, right across from the Hutchinson g
Island Marriott. The gym offers several personal training packages from one to 20 sessions,
starting at $100 for a two-hour session. For more information call (786) 423-3476





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Results
From page B13

Boy's 11-12, 50-meter freestyle -
1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 30.40;
2, Matthew Menendez, 11, ACTT,
32.57; 3, RJ Schaffer, 12, MCA,
33.38; 4, Charlie Hower, 12, ACTT,
34.75; 5, Jackson Reagan, 12,
BSC, 35.78
Boy's 11-12, 100-meter freestyle -
1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 1:04.88;
2, Matthew Menendez, 11, ACTT,
1:09.05; 3, RJ Schaffer, 12, MCA,
1:13.73; 4, Charlie Hower, 12,
ACTT, 1:14.87; 5, Jackson Reagan,
12, BSC, 1:15.17
Boy's 11-12, 200-meter freestyle -
1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 2:20.05;
2, Matthew Menendez, 11, ACTT,
2:28.16; 3, Charlie Hower, 12,
ACTT, 2:41.12;
4, Jackson Reagan, 12, BSC,
2:45.09; 5, RJ Schaffer, 12, MCA,
2:47.29
Boy's 11-12, 400-meter freestyle -
1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 4:47.41;
2, Matthew Menendez, 11, ACTT,
5:11.65; 3, Charlie Hower, 12,
ACTT, 5:30.53; 4, Jackson Reagan,
12, BSC, 5:45.18; 5, Alex Brock-
smith, 11, TCS, 5:51.31
Boy's 11-12, 50-meter backstroke -
1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 34.23;
2, RJ Schaffer, 12, MCA, 40.47; 3,
Charlie Hower, 12, ACTT, 41.55; 4,
Domenic DiTerlizzi; 11, TCA, 41.94;
5, Ryan Martin, 12, IRA, 44.06
Boy's 11-12, 100-meter backstroke
1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA,
1:12.02; 2, Matthew Menendez, 11,
ACTT, 1:27.89; 3, Charlie Hower,
12, ACTT, 1:30.15; 4, Jackson Rea-
gan, 12, BSC, 1:34.11; 5, Domenic
DiTerlizzi, 11, TCA, 1:34.20
Boy's 11-12, 50-meter breaststroke
-1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 39.06;
2, Alejandro Vela, 12, IRA, 46.28; 3,
Alex Brocksmith, 11, TCS, 47.50; 4,
Charlie Hower, 12, ACTT, 47.62; 5,
Jackson Reagan, 12, BSC, 48.69
Boy's 11-12, 100-meter breast-
stroke -1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA,
1:26.41; 2, RJ Schaffer, 12, MCA,
1:38.00; 3, Alex Brocksmith, 11,
TCS, 1:40.51; 4, Tito Diaz, 12, TCA,
1:41.63; 5, Alejandro Vela, 12, IRA,
1:41.71
Boy's 11-12, 50-meter butterfly 1,
Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 32.06; 2,
RJ Schaffer, 12, MCA, 37.16; 3,
Matthew Menendez, 11, ACTT,
37.41; 4, Charlie Hower, 12, ACTT,
38.32; 5, Domenic DiTerlizzi, 11,
TCA, 44.53
Boy's 11-12, 100-meter butterfly -
1, Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 1:12.20;
2, Matthew Menendez, 11, ACTT,
1:22.55; 3, Charlie Hower, 12,
ACTT, 1:31.46; 4, RJ Schaffer, 12,


MCA, 1:31.95; 5, Tito Diaz, 12,
TCA, 1:39.07
Boy's 11-12, 200-meter IM 1,
Danny Hartley, 12, MCA, 2:35.50; 2,
Matthew Menendez, 11, ACTT,
3:02.49; 3, RJ Schaffer, 12, MCA,
3:07.13; 4, Charlie Hower, 12,
ACTT, 3:11.27; 5, Jackson Reagan,
12, BSC, 3:18.87
Boy's 13-14, 50-meter freestyle 1,
Randy Dunton, 14, SCA, 27.77; 2,
Jeff Reardon, 14, TCA, 27.91; 3,
Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA, 27.96; 4,
John Loane, 14, CBS, 29.38; 5,
Tyler Cunningham, 14, SCA, 29.52
Boy's 13-14, 100-meter freestyle -
1, Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA, 59.89;
2, Randy Dunton, 14, SCA, 1:01.07;
3, Jeff Reardon, 14, TCA, 1:01.57;
4, Shane Toner, 14, TCA, 1:01.88;
5, Tyler Cunningham, 14, SCA,
1:06.18
Boy's 13-14, 200-meter freestyle -
1, Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA,
2:11.34; 2, Randy Dunton, 14, SCA,
2:15.59; 3, Jeff Reardon, 14, TCA,
2:17.97; 4, Mack Martinock, 13,
MCA, 2:26.02; 5, *John Loane, 14,
CBS, 2:27.16
Boy's 13-14, 400-meter freestyle -
1, Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA,
4:38.01; 2, Randy Dunton, 14, SCA,
4:57.57; 3, Mack Martinock, 13,
MCA, 5:09.37; 4, John Loane, 14,
CBS, 5:15.23; 5, Barry Weimer, 14,
SEA, 5:22.43
Boy's 13-14, 100-meter backstroke
1, Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA,
1:06.35; 2, Jeff Reardon, 14, TCA,
1:09.45; 3, Randy Dunton, 14, SCA,
1:10.95; 4, John Loane, 14, CBS,
1:15.74; 5, Barry Weimer, 14, SEA,
1:19.53
Boy's 13-14, 200-meter backstroke
1, Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA,
2:23.27; 2, Jeff Reardon, 14, TCA,
2:32.57; 3, Randy Dunton, 14, SCA,
2:34.60; 4, Jake Willis, 13, MCA,
2:55.99; 5, Tyler Cunningham, 14,
SCA, 2:58.54
Boy's 13-14, 100-meter breast-
stroke 1, Shane Toner, 14, TCA,
1:23.29; 2, Randy Dunton, 14, SCA,
1:26.52; 3, Daniel Dumoulin, 13,
CBS, 1:29.60; 4, Alton Brieske, 13,
IRA, 1:29.76; 5, Tyler Cunningham,
14, SCA, 1:30.88
Boy's 13-14, 200-meter breast-
stroke 1, Kevin Lindgren, 14,
MCA, 2:54.90; 2, Shane Toner, 14,
TCA, 2:58.71; 3, Randy Dunton, 14,
SCA, 3:05.79; 4, Mack Martinock,
13, MCA, 3:12.88; 5, Daniel
Dumoulin, 13, CBS, 3:13.20
Boy's 13-14, 100-meter butterfly -
1, Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA,
1:08.66; 2, Randy Dunton, 14, SCA,
1:15.76; 3, Barry Weimer, 14, SEA,
1:16.97; 4, Mack Martinock, 13,
MCA, 1:18.38; 5, John Loane, 14,
CBS, 1:22.21


Boy's 13-14, 200-meter butterfly -
1, Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA,
2:33.28; 2, Shane Toner, 14, TCA,
2:34.96; 3, Mack Martinock, 13,
MCA, 2:52.68; 4, Jake Willis, 13,
MCA, 3:24.17
Boy's 13-14, 200-meter IM 1,
Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA, 2:28.29,
2, Jeff Reardon, 14, TCA, 2:33.52;
3, Randy Dunton, 14, SCA, 2:39.16;
4, John Loane, 14, CBS, 2:45.99; 5,
Mack Martinock, 13, MCA, 2:50.97
Boy's 13-14, 400-meter IM 1,
Kevin Lindgren, 14, MCA, 5:11.64;
2, Shane Toner, 14, TCA, 5:23.88;
3, Mack Martinock, 13, MCA,
5:48.80; 4, Barry Weimer, 14,
SEA, 5:57.06; 5, Cliff Berman, 14,
BSC, 6:29.53;
Men 50-meter freestyle 1,
Gideon Louw, 19, UFL, 24.53; 2,
David Humphrey, 16, TCS, 25.38;
3, Daniel Munoz, 20, UFL, 25.41;
4, Daniel Bradford, 19, BSC,
25.46; 5, Spencer Waganaar, 16,
UBS, 26.24
Men 100-meter freestyle 1,


Gideon Louw, 19, UFL, 52.16; 2,
Daniel Munoz, 20, UFL, 56.34; 3,
David Humphrey, 16, TCS, 56.43;
4, Spencer Waganaar, 16, UBS,
57.97; 5, Nick Schwartz, 19, UFL,
58.28
Men 200-meter freestyle 1,
Gideon Louw, 19, UFL, 2:04.14;
2, Daniel Munoz, 20, UFL,
2:04.36; 3, Denver Barrows, 16,
UBS, 2:07.63; 4, David
Humphrey, 16, TCS, 2:08.91; 5,
Tim Martinelli, 16, TCS, 2:09.32
Men 400-meter freestyle 1,
Daniel Munoz, 20, UFL,
4:27.91; 2, Gideon Louw, ,19,
UFL, 4:35.04; 3, Seth Clayton,
19, UFL, 4:35.81; 4, Tim Mar-
tinelli, 16, TCS, 4:35.88; 5,
Daniel Bradford, 19, BSC,
4:37.53
Men 800-meter freestyle 1,
Seth Clayton, 19, UFL, 9:25.17,
2, Denver Barrows, 16, UBS,
9:30.92; 3, Sonny Hower, 16,
ACTT, 9:32.68; 4, Danny Hart-
ley, 12, MCA, 9:49.59; 5, James
Turner, 17, IRA, 9:57.82


Men 100-meter backstroke 1,
Nick Schwartz, 19, UFL,
1:03.55; 2, Seth Clayton, 19,
UFL, 1:06.81; 3, Denver Bar-
rows, 16, UBS, 1:06.86; 4,
Daniel Munoz, 20,UFL, 1:07.84;
5, David Humphrey, 16, TCS,
1:09.03
Men 200-meter backstroke 1,
Seth Clayton, 19, UFL, 2:19.07;
2, Nick Schwartz, 19, UFL,
2:20.11; 3, Denver Barrows, 16,
UBS, 2:27.01; 4, Daniel Munoz,
20,UFL, 2:29.23; 5, Jason Shoe-
maker, 18, UFL, 2:31.61
Men 100-meter breaststroke 1,
.Daniel Munoz, 20, UFL, 1:13.16;
2, Patrick Blom, 20,UFL, 1:14.61;
3, Michael Johnson, 16, BSC,
1:15.93; 4, Spencer Waganaar,
16, UBS, 1:16.00; 5, Jason Shoe-
maker, 18, UFL, 1:17.23
Men 200-meter breaststroke 1,
Michael Johnson, 16, BSC,
2:39.79; 2, Spencer Waganaar,.
16,UBS, 2:42.97; 3, Daniel Munoz,
20, UFL, 2:43.66; 4, Jason Shoe-
maker, 18, UFL, 2:43.87; 5, Patrick


Blom, 20, UFL, 2:51.32
Men 100-meter butterfly 1, Nick
Schwartz, 19, UFL, 1:03.33; 2,
Gideon Louw, 19, UFL, 1:04.13; 3,
Steve McGhan, 18,UBS, 1:04.21; 4,
David Humphrey, 16, TCS, 1:04.23;
5, Blake Wright, 20, UFL, 1:04.27
Men 200-meter butterfly 1, Seth
Clayton, 19, UFL, 2:22.71; 2, Den-
ver Barrows, 16, UBS, 2:26.60; 3,
Steve McGhan, 18, UBS, 2:27.44;
4, Jason Shoemaker, 18, UFL,/
2:30.64; 5, Sonny Hower, 16, ACTT,
2:32.47.
Men 200-meter IM 1, Seth Clay-
ton, 19, UFL, 2:22.11; 2, Daniel
Munoz, 20, UFL, 2:22.20; 3,
Spencer Waganaar, 16, UBS,
2:24.16; 4, Denver Barrows, 16,
UBS, 2:26.38; 5, Blake Wright, 20,
UFL, 2:26.63
Men 400-meter IM 1, Seth Clay-
ton, 19,UFL, 5:00.51; 2, Spencer
Waganaar, 16, UBS, 5:06.52; 3,
Jason Shoemaker, 18, UFL,
5:09.66; 4, Michael Johnson, 16,
BSC, 5:11.7t87; 5, Denver Bar-
rows, 16, UBS, 5:19.35


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AUTO PARTS: M-30
Limited Infinity, Converta-
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more $200 772-785-7281
BAND SAW, horiz. / vert
cuts. metal / wood. New.
$150 obo MC
772-597-1947
BASKETBALL
HOOP-NBA adjustable/
movable. $95 OBO
772-621-7148
BED: KING, queen sizes,
Foot/ head board and
side rails Modern wood
$60 ea Jup 561-818-5953
BED: TRUNDLE Excel-
lent condition. $100 MC
772-334-7949
BICYCLE: SCHWINN 16
inch Like New $25 MC
772-232-9624
BIKE: BOYS, (2) 20 inch,
Mongoose; Mt. Climber;
Sharp, like new. $50 ea.
772-546-7152 MC
BIKE: LADY Murray 26
inch. Pretty two tones.
Fenders. Showroom
clean $70 772-521-1000
BUNK BEDS: Nice, look,
unfinished wood. smooth
pine. Mattress included.
$200 772-713-7190
CAR STEREO, CD play-
er 40 watts x 4 Remova-
ble front face with manual
$25 772-359-1380 SLC
CAR TOP: luggage carri-
er. Xcargo by Sears. $50
MC 772-287-0048
CEILING FAN: brass $20
Old style French dial
phone. brass. $20 MC
772-223-9455
CHAIR, CLUB, light
green by Rowe, reversi-
ble pillows. 7 mos. new.
$175 772-223-0269 MC
CHANDELIER: GLASS
and brass. New. Never
used. $50 772-546-2586
CHINESE LANTERN:
outdoor. 39 inch tall, 36
inch wide. $199. MC
772-288-1009
COCKTAIL TABLE, and
two end tables, glass
tops. very good. $60 SLC
772-398-9137
COFFEEIEND TABLES
Brand New, glass tops on
wrought iron. $199. Call
772-231-9343 IR
COLLECTOR PLATES,
(8)Little Orphan Annie (4)
Oklahoma $10 each obo
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COMPUTER DESK, $30
4 pc bedroom set, head-
board, dresser, 2 nite
stands $60 772-770-9134


COMPUTER DESK: 36
inch. HP 19 inch monitor,
printer, tower, Win '98
chair $100 772-466-3529
COMPUTER DESK: cor-
ner, with chair, $99 SLC
772-871-1148
COMPUTER DESK: w/
draw and storage. exc.
cond. $90 772-621-8624
COMPUTER TOWER:
XP 256 memory 1/2 GB
HD Word, USB $100
SLC 772-335-8896
COMPUTER: SONY tow-
er. No monitor. $150.
Windows XP WD and XL
772-532-3417 IR
COUCH/ LOVESEAT,
mushroom color. Great
condition. Clean. $200.
SLC 772-335-3289
COVER: FOR massage
table. Black. $45
561-846-9007 MC
CRIB: PLAY Yard, porta-
ble. Baby Trend brand.
Excellent condition $40
772-342-0923
CUCKOO CLOCK: Black
Forest, made in Germa-
i ny. $75.772-340-4424
CURIO CABINET:
Whitewash Oak. Excel-
lent Condition. $75 MC
772-545-4884
CUTTING SYSTEM:
Ryobi 10 inch. with at-
tachable vacuum. $200
772-216-5600 SLC
DEHUMIDIFIER/MAY-
TAG- Never used. Large
unit. Orig. $200 asking
$110 772-464-2320 FP
DINING ROOM set: with
4 chairs. Good condition.
$120 obo. Beveled glass
top. 772-663-0504 MC
DOG HOUSE: Medium,
$30 SLC 772-626-1152
DRESSES, DIRNDLE
German embroidered (2)
Sz 10/12 $75 each. Like
new. 772-337-1761 SLC
DRILL PRESS: Crafts-
man 15.5 inch $100, Spa
umbrella, Large green
$75 772-335-2387 SLC
DRY SINK: antique. Dark
wood. Nice. $100 AC
condenser fan. FASCO
$60 SLC 772-461-5836

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DRYER: WHIRLPOOL,
works well. $30 firm. MC
772-398-9508
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER: White contempo-
rary/Glasstop table chairs
$100ea 989-233-5582 IR
EXERCISE BIKE:
-Schwinn model DX900
with display and timer.
$150 SLC 772-344-4858
EXERCISE RIDER: Voit
404. Stirrups, handlebars
Reasonably good condi-
tion. $15 561-876-3099
FURNITURE: LIVING-
ROOM, 2 end tables, cof-
fee table, recliner, chair
$135 obo 772-692-8078
FURNITURE: ROCKING
chair, black wood $65,
White decorate shelf ,$65
772-778-4096 IR
GOLD CHAIN: thick,
unique, for name plates
only! $150 firm. Leave
message 772-834-0828
GUITAR BASS guitar.
New $80. Above ground
pool pump. New $25.
772-466-6266
GUITAR: HOHNER 6
string, black w/ brown
wood-grain. ., soft case,
stand $135 772-569-5091
HURRICANE PANELS:
(11) Galvanized steel.
Various sizes. $200 IR
772-794-0053
HURRICANE PANELS:
galvanized steel. 14 x 34
to 83 inch, 12 inch hole
space $10 772-343-0370
KEYBOARD, STAND,
music, like new. $125 MC
772-287-0306
KEYBOARD: YAMAHA
PF-15, 88 keys. $200
SLC 772-878-3621
LADDER: COROLLA
4-in-1 aluminum. Folda-
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772-359-9426.SLC
LAMINATOR HEAT-
SEAL : Business cards,
photos, tags, film covers.
$27 772-463-0688 MC
LAWN BRIDGE, Treated
wood strong $175 SLC
772-337-9196
LAWN MOWER: Sears,
mulching, self-powered,
walk-behind, 6hp $200
772-359-3887 SLC
LAWN MOWER: self
propelled, bag, charger
$100, Full size parrot
cage $100 772-336-5782
LAWN/GARDEN TOOLS
Miscellaneous. Rakes,
shovels, chain saw, more
$125 772-770-3078 IR
MAGAZINES: SAUDT
Aramco World. (20) 0.50
cents each. Total $10
772-546-8986 MC


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BLUE PIT BULL PUP-
PIES 10 weeks old
www.bluepits4u.com
772-465-8198
ENGLISH BULL DOG, 4
year old spayed female,
AKC registered, crate
trained, $600. Call for in-
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FREE CATS 2 cats
mother Calico & daughter
beige with black
markings includes litter
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French Toy Poodle
pups. Full Bred. All
males. 1 blond, 1 brown
& 1 black. 9 weeks old.
Older pups available.
772-692-4717

GREAT DANE AKC
Pups. 9 wks, HC, Crate
Trained. Crate & 60 day
health ins incl. Beautiful
& great temperaments!
$800. 561-634-2794

LAB PUPS AKC Show
Champion line. Health
cert. Yellow. $600
772-878-7263
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SIAMESE KITTENS
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M/F. Health Certified
Purebred 172-878-7263
772-971-1684


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Apricot male 12 weeks
old. Vet checked, up to
date on shots. $400
772-466-6032






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size like new. One piece
$80 772-231-9779 IR
MOWERS: (2) push, $3E
each 772-429-3022 SLC
ORGAN: BALDWIN
pedals, bench light
beautiful wood finish.
$100 SLC 772-497-4065
PADDLE BOAT: 4 seat,
good condition, $100 MC
772-232-1998
PATIO FURNITURE: 42
inch high top glass table
with 4 white sling chairs
$175 772-221-0791 MC
PATIO SET 48" glass
top 4 mesh chairs green
& white Like new. $200.
772-219-9501
PATIO SET: 6 foot ob-
long table, 4 hi-back
chairs, grey resin. $75
772-334-1891 MC
PLATES, ELVIS: Origi-
nal boxes $35 each or
buy the set. SLC
772-489-8814
POOL SLIDE: with curve
and ladder. $150 MC
772-219-7862
PORCH SET: 5 piece.
Has PBC pipe feet. Tan
cushions. $35 MC
772-334-3798
QUILT 1930'S Double
wedding ring. Soft yellow.
$149 772-465-8878
RABBIT CAGE: 24 x 24
square. Good for other
pets too. Good condition.
$25 SLC 772-340-3997
RECLINER, LEATHER
La-Z-Boy, Taupe. $175
obo. Very Nice. IR
772-569-8289
RECORD COLLECTION
Sixties/Seventies- near
200 albums $200 772.
559.8096
RECORDS: 45'S from
the early 60's to the 80's.
$160 321-637-8834 SLC
REFRIGERATOR:
WHIRLPOOL. Almond,
top freezer, with ice mak-
er $125 772-778-1700
ROOF RACKS: HD for
van or station wagon.
Steel, with rain gutter. EC
$75 SLC 772-398-4854
ROUTER: VONAGE
VOIP with 2 phones, all
power adapters, like new.
$80 obo 772-905-3225
SEWING MACHINE:
Singer tredle (1911) with
manual. $125 IR
772-492-1815
SHEET ROCK: (14) 4x12
sheets $7 per sheet obo
772-871-6771 SLC
SLUSHIE MIX: concen-
trate. All flavors. Assorted
24 gals. cups, straws,
$200 SLC 772-343-9908
SOFA BED: sectional,
beige, great condition,
$50 MC Leave message.
772-334-9187
SOFA/ LOVESEAT: ex-
cellent shape. $175 SLC
772-871-9084
SURROUND SOUND:
Kenmore receiver, 5
speakers with stands.
$100 SLC 772-468-7669
TABLE/ BENCHES,
cement. FREE. Take
from 3500 S. Kanner Hwy
Lot 114 MC 772-221-336
TELESCOPE: MEADE
ETX 60AT Astro-EXT
with Autostar hand con-
troller $99 772-345-0879
TOOL BOXES: Machinist
Kennedy. Good condition
$200 772-215-7695 MC
TOYS: COLLECTABLE,
Wendy and McDonald.
0.50 cents each. Must
sell 772-336-5705 SLC
TRAILER 4X6 flat. No
sides. $185. SLC Call aft
5 pm 772-595-0237
TRAILER: POPUP.
needs work. Can use for
moving or maintenance
$160 obo 772-878-4721
TV: COLOR, 19 inch
RCA. Works fine. $50
772-221-0044 MC


TV: FLATSCREEN, So-
ny FD Trinitron/ Wega 27
3 yrs old. Like new. $200
772-201-1749 SLC
TV: TOSHIBA 32 inch
Excellent condition. $75
772-286-7664 MC
VACUUM CLEANER:
Dirt Devil, Excellent. $25
772-846-9007 MC
WALKER: HANDICAP,
like new. hardly used.
$25 Whirlpool A/C white
$50 SLC 772-340-3496
WASHER/ DRYER: Ken-
more large capacity,
white, $125 obo MC
772-349-5829
WATER SOFTENER,
used very little. Must see.
$125 SLC 772-337-4827
WHEEL CHAIR: new.
must see. folds, cost
$325. sell for $150 obo.
772-340-2701 SLC
WINDOW 37 x 48 double
hung $60. Kenwood
power amp. 2 pieces
$60. 772-287-8920
WINDOW BLINDS: bam-
boo. (5). Light filtering.
36x72. like new. $25 call
eves 772-220-1706 MC
WOK, ELECTRIC with lid
clean $8 Microwave
countertop, 1.4 cuft., turn-
table $50 772-334-1223


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Jobsite leftovers. 48"x
100"x 1/4" (15), $115/
each. 72"x 100"x 1/4",
(11), $165/ each. 72"x
50"x 1/4" w/1" Bevel,
,$115/ each. 84"x 60" w/1"
Bevel $135. Free delivery
most areas. A & J Whole-
sale, 800-473-0619
HITACHI 10" Table
Saw: Hitachi C10FL 10"
stationary table saw. Like
New, $350. Or Best
Offer. 772-370-9757
HUGE SAVINGS, on
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Certified 10 yr warranty
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Hardwood Flooring,
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Portable Air Scrubber -
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BUFFET- Beige/green. 3
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772-467-2364
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772-467-2364
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cost $3k. Sacrifice $775.
can deliver.561-296-2396
DINING ROOM set solid
oak. Table w/extension,
4 chairs, 2 arm chairs.
Buffet & hutch $850.
772-485-9732
DINING ROOM Set/
Marbletop/rectangular
Black/Cream w/hutch. 6
chairs. Paid $2,000 ask-
ing $800. Bdrm Set/King
Beige$400 772-201-9395
ENTERTAINMENT
center black & silver with
glass shelves on both
sides. $400. Fits 40" TV.
772-370-1778
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Armoires, TV's, pictures,
lamps, silk plants,
mirrors, odds & ends.
Must sell. 772-631-5881


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Dining room set custom
made 48" diameter dining
room table. White base &
chairs, blue corian top
with glass cover.
Beautiful set. $375.
Bedroom set, white
wicker 5- pieces. $300,
Patio set & lounger $375.
Whitewash oak
entertainment center
$475. 772-545-4884

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pieces overstuffed + 2
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CLUB MED Sandpiper.
PSL. Ocean Access lot
for sale. No bridges,
cleared ready for const.
Asking $450,000. For
more info call Ezra.
516-318-5483
COCOA BEACH Ocean
front weekend Getaway!
2br/2ba. 1st fir, close to
shopping. $279,900.
321-806-0420 Owners
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386-214-6267
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PORT ST LUCIE 3/2/1
Waterfront Great buy!
Newly redecorated, tile
thru-out, 44 jet hottub on
your huge tiled porch,
Enjoy fishing from your
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772-878-8899

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SATELLITE BEACH
Deep Water, Large Dock
Access to Rivers/ Ocean.
3BR/2BA, 2100 LVSF
Jacuzzi UPDATED
Must Sell-Reduced$544K
Coquina Reef Realty Inc.
Debra Stone 321-432-1557
SOUTH CENTRAL Flori-
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561-389-8965
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beach. Oceanfront gated
comm. Pool/ clubhouse.
$279,000. 386-793-6868
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extras to list. 1st
$169,000 buys it. Real-
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772-633-2000
MERRITT ISLAND new,
executive: 5bd, 3 full bath
lakefront on cul-de-sac,
2823sf living, formal LR/
DR, kit. w/ granite tops &
maple cabinets, master
suite garden tub/shower,
min. to beach & shopping
$439,000. 321-453-4662
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PALM COAST 3/2/2
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1768 sq.ft. under air, up-
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rivacy fence. $199,500.
386-409-3159see
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WOW
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Haven. W/3 golf courses.
Below appraisal. New,
2,200sf, 4/2, granite,
Stainless Steel. More
upgrades. Lease option
available. $365,000.
407-923-0293

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PRICED TO SELL
3BR/2BA Split plan. 1575
sqft. under air. All new
carpet, paint, and appls.
CB construction, w/vinyl
siding. 2CG Sprinkler
system. Corner lot,
110x95'. Best A+
schools. $187,500.
(386) 756-2775,
299-6909 or 451-8229


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Village, 2/2/2, some new
apple's 1200 sf, on cul de
sac, near Wickham Park
off Parkway Drive,
$159,900. 321-254-8038
PORT ST LUCIE 3/2/1
Newly remodeled. Zero
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or will consider lease op-
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10360 SW Stephanie
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PSL- 4/2/2 scrn'd pool
home. All appls. 3506 sq,
ft. $295,900 or rent
$1500 mo. $25k below
appraisal! 772-349-7826
or 772-785-9802
SEBASTIAN Highlands
2-BR/2-BA 1 car garage.
Mint condition. Great lo-
cation. Fenced yard.
$149,900. 772-388-2720

STUART: Coral Gardens
2/2/1 at 1701 Jackson St.
Screen porch, newly
remodeled, everything
new. City water $183,000
772-288-7336



VERO BEACH A
GREAT DEAL RE-
DUCED $40,000. Like
brand new. lived-in only
18mo. 3/2/2, too many
extras to list, move right
in! 5776 38th st. (NE Cor-
ner of 58th Ave & 38th
St.) Now only $159,000
Owner 772-633-2000


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VERO BEACH From
$599,000 to $519,000,
2/2/2, 2-blocks from
Beach. Fully remodeled,
Nice kitchen with stain-
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wet bar. Working brokers
welcome 4%. $549K
772-559-7874
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Fort Pierce&
Weatherbee Villas
New 2 Bedroom
Homes
$99,900
1221 Weatherbee Rd
(E. of US1, N. of Midway
by Gator Trace CC and
Savannah Pk)

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S772-359-0360
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New 2
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Rent to Own
$800/Mo.
1221 Weatherbee Rd.
E. of US 1
N. of Midway
Call Larry
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772-359-0360

MELBOURNE BEACH,
Immaculate, 2/2.5 Town-
house w/Ocean to River
views, from 4 huge balc-
onies, 1800 sq ft, 2 mas-
ter Bedrooms, 2.5 bath.
Pool, Tennis, fireplace,
parquet floors, 1 car ga-
rage, $349,k Call Brian
954-398-4059 Agents
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PALM BEACH Gardens:
Townhome for sale/rent
buy. Spotless 3/2.5
comply. renovated. New
appis, roof, Ig fenced
patio, new deck, tile &
carpet, 1600sf. Ideal loc.
shopping & schools.
$230,000 or $1350/mo,
561-627-5682 Ready for
Immediate occupancy.


STUART BEST deal in
Riverpines! Quick sell!
2-br/2.5-ba. Screened
patio. Ready for move in.
$165,000 OBO. Call to
view. 561-628-9798


STUART 3br/2br/lcg,
Bargain priced, Ready to
move in! Updated. Call
for directions. $160,000
Coleen Hugney, Coral
Shores RE 561-386-3378



HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Rare single family lot
with private oceanfront
gazebo. Sold for $248K
Must sell this weekend.
$129K 772-528-4137
KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
MALABAR, Stillwater
Preserve. 1.5+ acres.
Lakefront lot in million$
custom gated community
$195K 954-224-0622
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
2 Building lots, 1 with wa-
ter and sewer. 4 lots in
rear of property. No
street access. Total 1.25
acres. $210,000.
386-409-9825/ 663-2861
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Mountain cabin, $99,900.
New shell on private
acre site. 16.8 acres
w/dramatic views,
$99,900. Paved &
electric. 828-652-8700


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PORT ST LUCIE
14 Acres in town East of
US 1. Gentlemens Farm
Zoned 6 units to an acre.
Horses ok. $399,000
772-528-4137



SEVILLE- 26.5 acres on
paved road. Near Lake
George. Adjacent to large
conservation area. Own-
er will consider financing
with large down payment.
$279,000 386-212-9809



BANK FORECLOSURE
-1980 Celt DW Mobile
home. Village Green
Comm. Vero Beach Fl.
2/2 Screen room & car-
port. 55+ active adult
comm. $16,500. Pam
Prasch 772-567-5796
BAREFOOT BAY: Price
Drastically Reduced! 2/2
+ Florida room, scr rm,
carport & shed. Own
land! Only $75,000 By
owner. 772-664-8200
COCOA 3bd/2ba new-
er doublewide, clean, on
own land, right off US 11
$85,000/price negotiable.
Open House Sat. & Sun.
Noon-5pm.321-504-6365
FORECLOSURE 1983
Twin Doublewide Oron
mobile home, Spanish
Lakes Country Club Vil-
lage / Ft. Pierce. 2/2
w/carport. Active adult
comm., $14,900 Call
Maryellen Frost.
772-465-5100 or
772-532-9846

MU$T
$ELL
HOBE SOUND: 2br/2ba,
double-wide. C/A & heat,
new tile & carpet, carport.
Must See!! $24,500 obo.
772-263-1623
HOBE SOUND: Cam-
bridge, 55+ park,
2br/2ba, Florida room.
Own Landll Will Nag.
$72,000. 772-546-0353
JENSEN BEACH: 55+,
Lakefront, 2br/2ba, 1350
sq. ft. New Carport,
screened room & 8X10
Shed, new laminate &
ceramic flooring, updated
kitchen/dining room,
minutes to beach &
shopping. Must sell!!
Reduced to $59,900.
772-225-9708
LAKES OF Melbourne -
'91 Fleetwood, 2bd/2ba in
gated 55+ comm., appli-
ances, inside laundry,car-
port, shed,fabulous- must
see! 3877 Southwind Dr.
$79,900. easy to show,
call office. 321-725-5500
Photos of Home at www.
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Please See Ad # 40182




MICCO: 55+ Park, pool,
free water & garbage
p/up. 2br/2ba, fully furn.
Appis W/D, 3 storage
sheds, new roof & fla
room. Storm windows
throughout $17,000 Call
for details. 904-814-7508;
904-692-2600
MIMS- 2 bedroom,1 bath,
AC, screened porch, utili-
ty shed, all appliances,
totally remodeled, low lot
rent, in excellent cond.
$18,000. 321-268-4257
MODULAR HOMES
Custom Floor Plans,
Custom quality, turn key
projects. Central or North
Florida. Homes from $65
sq. foot. Call for free
brochure. 866-755-9133;
386-758-9133

QUALITY

PORT ORANGE-CRANE
LAKES "Manufactured
Home for Sale". Palm
Harbor. 3/2, FL room,
Oversized 2-CG, with
overhead storage. Active
55+ Beautiful 18 Hole
Golf Club Community.
Pro-shop, driving range,
2 pools, tennis, gym, on-
site restaurant, min. frqm
beach. Lawncare includ-
ed. $130,000 negotiable.
Call Sam or Bruce
386-788-1749.


VERO BEACH- Vero
Palm Ests. 2/2 55+ great
neighborhood. Furnished.
Great amenities. Open
floorplan. Berber carpet.
W/D/ New roof & new
A/C. Reduced to $55,000
OBO 772-794-0918
VERO BEACH: 55+
Gated comm, double
wide 2/2, cathedral
ceiling, lap siding,. C/H/A,
new roof & carport, fully
furn'd, like new, mined
occupancy. $39,500
772-569-7179




**GET-A-WAY" 2005
Gulfstream 32' on
40x80 campsite
(w/Water Electric Hook-
ups Available). Own
both for Life for only
$29,900 Includes Amen-
ities Pool, Clubhouse
and More. Owner Fi-
nancing. 740-607-2519
or 740-685-6808
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1 MILE creekfront! 55+
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ful pasture w/creek. 2
barns, fenced for cattle.
West Tenn. Potential to
subdivide. Excellent fin-
cancing. Call now
866-685-2562 x 1260.
162 ACRES
LAFAYETTE CO. FLA.
Planted Pine, Hardwood
Bottoms. Road Frontage
& Great Hunting. $3700/
acre. 352-867-8018
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ABINGDON,VA 1900+
ac, mtn prop w/hwy &
lake front, int. roads,
$4,500 ac. Will divide.
828-292-0365/912-375-6
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AIKEN SOUTH CARO-
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acre lake, big timber,
over 6 miles of county rd.
Frontage. $2,995/ac.
Owner 803-640-3497
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football field sized lots.
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breathtaking views high
atop Cumberland Moun-
tains. 2-5-10 acre tracts.
River access, bluff views,
streams, virgin like forest.
Ideal for. hunting, fishing
ATV, horseback riding.
Near Dale Hollow Lake,
perfect for cabin, vaca-
tion home, permanent
residence. Utilities,
paved roads. Great In-
vestment / retirement
property. Owner financ-
ing from $15,900. Cen-
trally located near Nash-
ville, Knoxville, Chatta-
nooga. 931- 839-2968,
888-939-2968
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New residential
homesites, 1-6 acres
north of Charlotte, NC
near Lake Norman. Take
advantage of
pre-construction prices.
1-866-603-5263
CLAYTON, GA 5.4 ac
Secluded MTN Estate
4bd/3.5ba, $329,500 Call
Max, Century 21 Poss RE
800-222-6421 www.cen-
tury 21poss.com
COASTAL GEORGIA
24.29 acres $99,900.
Beautiful trees, pasture
for horses, loaded with
wildlife. Easy access to
1-95. Short drive to GA
coast. Long read frontage
- potential to subdivide.
Excellent financing.Call
now1-800-898-4409
x1278
COASTAL GEORGIA
40.5 acres on private
cul-de-sac Trees, Wild-
life. Coastal and 1-95 ac-
cess. Subdivide Poten-
tial. Bring Horses. Only
$169,900. Excellent fi-
nancing. Call
800-898-4409 ext 1284.
FLORIDA
BEACHFRONT
Vacation Homes!
Charming 1BR Suites in
money making
condo-hotel. FL Space
Coast. Beautiful beaches
& location.
Starting $239,900.
www.tuckawayshores.com
Jacqui (321)591-6147;
Jacquim@bellsouth.net
FLORIDA LAND
Lots starting at $8,900. &
up. Build now or hold for
retirement. $1,000.down
$190./mo. Free info
1-877-983-6600
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Lots starting at $8,900. &
up. Build now or hold for
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Lots starting at $8,900.
& up. Build now or hold
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down $190. monthly.
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GEORGIA AUCTION
5pm Sat. 6/9/07.
Home w/dock & 14ac.
creek & marsh & more.
Blythe Island, GA.
1-800-962-5715
Hansfordrealauction.com
110% BP-GAL#254
GEORGIA BLUE RIDGE
10 acres, 3/2 frame
house, furnished, 12
years old. Mountain view,
near Cohutta Wilderness.
$375,000.
New 3/2 with full
basement, oak & tile
floors, granite counter
tops, glass shower,
appliances. $336,500 Mt.
Town RIty 800-488-2815
See High Definition slide
show at
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GEORGIA LAND
3ac. Riverfront & 3ac.
river access lots. Private
gated boat ramp on
Oconee river. U.G.
power, paved streets,
$9500/ac. Financing
avail. W.A.C. Owner
912-529-6198
GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
Blue Ridge. Rustic
Home/cabin Yr. round
views, of Cohutta Mtns
2/2+ Loft w/full bsmt on
2.11 Beautifully land-
scaped acres. Furnished
$349,000 MLS 147273
Gated comm log cabin
2/2 w/loft, sunroom,
wooded pvt lot, garage,
basement stubbed.
Reduced $299,900 MLS
148054 Call Jackie
Lumpkin Coldwell Banker
High Country Realty at
1-800-307-0777 www.
findblueridgeproperty.com

GEORGIA NE Mountains
Clayton 360 degree
mountain views on
Tallulah River. Golf, walk
to trout fishing, hunting,
hiking or just privacy.
22.28 Acres w/stream
joins government land on
paved road. $30,000 per
acre. 706-782-5643


PALM BEACH GARDENS: 3BR/2BA
d Condo at the Legends -1st floor with a
patio. A few minutes from Beaches and
Downtown, shopping centers and restau-
rants. Gated community and quiet neighbor-
| hood. Upgraded kitchen with full whirlpool
appliances. Ceramic tile in the living room,
kitchen, baths and foyer. Beautifully painted
THE LEGENDS and decorated in designer colors, lovely
THE LEGENDS window treatments. $335,000.

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GEORGIA SE
EMANUEL CO. (20)
2 to 5 acre wooded lots.
Horses welcome. Paved
roads. Near 1-16/US1.
Payments as low as
$207/mo. or
$10,000/acre & up. LOW
taxes. 912-585-2174

GEORGIA
Washington County
11.77 acres. Pecan
orchard. Can be divided.
$49,600. Taylor .Group
Realtors 478-552-6677
www.landofgeorgia.com

GEORGIA
WOODED HOMESITES
1-10acs. LOW TAXES!
Beautiful weather year
round. Terrific investment
w/owner financing avail.
Limited availability!
Starting $5,000/acre.
(US Citizenship not
required.) 706-364-4200
GEORGIA
WOODED HOMESITES
1-10acs. LOW TAXES!
Beautiful weather year
round. Terrific investment
w/owner financing avail.
Limited availability!
Starting $5,0001acre.
706-364-4200
KENTUCKY -
DALE HOLLOW LAKE
Low Property Taxesll
Affordable Cost of
Living!! 1-3 acre wooded
sites. Starting @ only
$29,40011 Located in
Albany.
Call McKeough Land
Co. today (800)301-5263
www.KYwaterfront.com

.KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576

KENTUCKY
35 Waterfront Acres -
On beautiful Green River.
Trophy deer & turkey.
$99,900.
10 Acres Barn, pond,
$54,900.
5 Acres $900/down,
$215/month.
1 Acre $500/down
$105/mo. 270-999-0179

LAKE MARION S.C. 2
acres, excellent build-
ing site. No Impact Fee,
Low taxes and insur-
ance. $24,900 Owner Fi-
nancing. 803-473-7125

MCMINVILLE, TN
BLUFF VIEWSII 70
acres, 3 tracts, Amphi-
theater, campgrounds, 4
cabins, a nice home &
chalets, sol by auction;
6/16/07 @ 10Oam CST.
John Simpson (Auction &
R.E.), license #72,
931-212-3842
www.auctionzip.com ID
9044
MOUNTAIN & lake se-
renity Relax in your New
Home! Check out our list-
ings at
prudentialmtrealty.com or
call & ask about our Spe-
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Prudential Mountain Re-
alty, 877-575-0661

N FLORIDA ACREAGE
LIVE OAK
5 acres gated, upscale
community: hills, pas-
ture & wooded lots. Un-
derground utilities,
paved roads. $79,000.
LAKEFRONT 86acres,
1500' frontage, can sub-
divide. $1,139,000.
561-644-6917

N GEORGIA & NC
MOUNTAINS $39,900/
$69,900 Homesites.
Land/ log home pkg kits
starting $79,900.
Panoramic mountain,
creek, river, waterfall
views, AMENITIES,
Limited availability.
1-888-389-3504x600
www.BRDNC.com
NC LAND:
43acs. Near Raleigh.
Mile-long huge waterway,
1100sf Cedar-sided
home, 3 homesites total,
deer, ducks, fish,
AWESOME: $319,990.
WE FLYYOU INI Pics:
owner@newbranch.com;
919-693-8984

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MOUNTAINS OF NC Log
cabin shell with loft. 2.27
acs. 1480 sf. $89,900.
Views, elevated, big
trees. Won't last!
1-828-286-1666 brke.
NC MOUNTAINS: 5.32
acres with swift streams
in gated comm. Beautiful
mountain view from
homesite $99K. Call own-
er for pics & Info:
1-800-563-8590
gatewaymountain.com
NC SMOKY MOUN-
TAINS Grand Opening!
Waterfront lots on pre-
mier trout fishing and raft-
ing river. Heavily stocked.
Also private ridgetop
tracts bordering US For-
est Service. Best views in
the Smokies!
1-866-295-1246.
NORTH CAROLINA -
New mountain log cabin
shell on a 1 acre site
$99,900. Paved &
utilities, 2-8ac. homesites
w/fabulous viewsll
$29,900 to $89,900.
828-247-9966
NORTH CAROLINAII
Mountain cabin, $99,900.
New shell on private 1
acre site. 16.8 acres
w/dramatic views,
$99,900. Paved &
electric. E-Z Financing.
Free Info. 828-652-8700
NORTH CAROLINA:
Cool Mountain Air, Views
& Stream, Homes, Cab-
ins & Acreage. FREE
Brochure 1-800-642-5333
Realty of Murphy, 317
Peachtree St. Murphy,NC
28906 realtyofmurphy.com
OHIO RIVER ACREAGE
260 Acres w/3200 Ft of
frontage on the Muskin-
gum River, hilltop proper-
ty. Just $2200/acre. Call
740-489-9146
SEQUATCHIE POINT
Tennessee Mtns Where
the Mountains Kiss the
Sky. Free Vacation to
visit our mountain acre-
age community over-
looking the Tennessee
River. Call 706-657-7655
TENN WEARS Valley
4/2 1 mile to Smoky Mtn
NatI Park. $234,000
Cindy Bush Rocky Top
Realty 865-556-4830
cindyrtr@bellsouth.net
see high definition slide
show at
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om ad # 39937
TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE 34.7 Acres
borders creek. Beautiful
views! Level to slightly
rolling. Fenced. Near
lakes, mountains & shop-
ping! Great Development
potential. $999,999.
Owner/Agent
865-207-5587
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS
2 acre building site
w/woods. Spectacular
views, paved roads, utilit-
ies. River access, boat-
ers dream. Near Chatta-
nooga, $39,900.
Owner Financing.
1-866-550-5263 Ask
About Mini Vacations.
TENNESSEE Ducktown
25/mi West of Muraphy
N.C. developed 5 ac
commercial site with 400
ft frontage on 4 lane US
Hwy 64. 2200sf building
high quality operating
restaurant. 10 unit motel
to rehab $498,000.
Bradley & Assoc.
888-492-4301
TENNESSEE Mountain
Land 40 acres. Borders
national & state Forest
Wooded w/some pasture.
Mountain views. Gated
comm: Horseback & ATV
trails. Roads & utilities.
$6000 per acre.
1-865-686-0533
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN RETREAT 5 acres,
excellent cain site
w/woods. Incredible
vistas, river access.
Near Crossville, TN.
$39,900 Owner Fi-
nancing. 931-979-1371
TENNESSEE MTNS
Chattanooga to KY line
2.5 acres starting at
$25,000. Larger acreage
starting at $10,000 per
acre. Realty One
877-892-8787 Ask for
Nikkie Heidle
931-248-3900

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TENNESSEE MTNS -
2 Acre building site
w/woods, spectacular
views, paved roads,
utilities. River access,
boaters dream. Near
Chattanooga, TN.
$39,900.
Owner financing.
1-866-550-5263 Ask
about Mini-Vacations
TENNESSEE NORRIS
Lake. Deed restricted
comm. 4 acres on Lone
Mountain Shores, in
Tazewell. 1/4 mi from
boat docks. Driveway on
property. $55,000
941-544-3496
TENNESSEE PUBLIC
AUCTION JUNE 16,2007
35 Premium building lots
1/2 acre to 2.4 acres.
Lake/mountain Views
Ride your golf cart to boat
dock. Call. Tony
865-548-0661 TFL 4250
TENNESSEE
Waterfront Community
Only 17 Home Sites
Remaining! Lakefront,
View, Access Sites
Gated Entrance, Marina
& Boat Launch!!! Starting
at $34,900 Located Near
Morristown, TN.
McKeough Land
Company (800)351-5263
www.TNwaterfront.com
TENNESSEEIIMonteagl
e -Sewanee. Beautiful
mountain properties.
600+ Acres; tracts, 5
Acres & up. 4 miles from
1-24. gated & secluded.
Gorgeous bluff & creek.
Wooded lots. George
Timberwood Develop-
ments Co.
423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com
TIMBER COMPANY
Sell-offl 20-acres -
$39,900 Subdivision Po-
tential! Mountain Acreage
with Views. 1 Mile to
Nicklaus Designed Golf
Course. Near Tennessee
River & Recreational
Lake. Creekfronts Availa-
ble. Excellent Financing.
1-866-852-2538 x 1204.
TIMBERLAND SALE -
GA, NC, SC & VA. Riv-
ers, Creeks, Rolling Hills,
Level, Bottom Land,
Hardwood, Pine, Great
Hunting. 404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
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TN CENTER Hill Lake.
Lakeview tots. Build your
dream cabin in one of
Center Hill Lake's pristine
subdivisions. 859761 Call
Gina at 931-510-8227
Condo Beautiful
penthouse Condo. Open
lakeview & overlooks
Marina. 844106.
Tony 615-464-5724
Custom Home -
Riverwatch golf & lake
comm 852320 Kiki
615-464-5478
The Real Estate Team,
LLC 615-597-9200 www.
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UPSTATE NY
Abandoned Riverfront
Farml 23/ac-$74,900.
560/ft of Sandy Water-
front! Apple orchard, lush
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charter membership. Incl
pool, tennis, gym, sauna
& more. Beautiful 2 br.,
sleeps 6. 417-230-1828
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FORT PIERCE Ware-
house for sale/ rent. 2650
sqft, 4 overhead doors on
half acre. Off US1 &
Dickson Drive., Plenty of
Parking including space
for trucks $950/mo or sell
$495,000. 772-521-5111
LAKEWOOD PARK -
Reduced Price 1.8+/- Ac
Zoned Neighborhood
commercial. Will divide
Next to 4 communities.
Portofino, Spanish Lakes,
Holiday Pine & Indian
Pine. Can build 12000
sqft. building $590,000.
772-240-1493
PORT ST. LUCIE-
Warehouse/Condo. 2000
sq. ft. Just off US 1 on
Hoffman Rd. $280,000
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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
On N. Penninsula. Han-
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duplexes + Ig. 2 story
house, 4/2, gar.
w/parking. 5 meters.
Asking $529,000.
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FORT PIERCE Delight-
ful safe & convenient
rooms. 903 N 20th St.
,Each room has it's own
microwave, frig & A/C
Suit. Lge lot w/bar-b-que
Area jn the Dackyard. En-
tirely renovated. Don't
wait these rooms won't
last, from $79 weekly.
Delphine 772-461-2037
NO. STUART: Private
room and bath, use of
kitchen, W/D. Utilities
included, $150 a week.
No smoking, Ref check..
772-485-6375
PORT ST LUcie
Roommate wanted $400
per month. No smoking
no drugs. 772-475-4f31
PORT ST. LUCIE
1-br/1-ba Private: House.
privileges small peals,
smokers OK. $150/wk
Jenna 772-342-3192

AFFORDABLE
PORT ST. LUCIE Two
rooms avail $125 each
per week, inc.I utilities &
cable N/S 772-418-9613
PORT 'ST. LUCIEI
Southbend Lakes-
Close to US1/ 95/ Turn-
pike Furn WI/D, kitchen'
privileges Clean re.
spectful, and responsible.
references No smoking/
no peti $150 piwk $200
deposit. 772.621-9832
PORT ST. lucle: Lg furn.
room, w/ private ent. Kit.,
pool & hot tub privileges.
Sat. TV, air & util incl.
$125/wk or $450/mo. +
$200 dep. 772-340-3846
STUART Private bath
Kitchen Privileges, W/D.
Includes, all utilities
$125/wk. F/ULS. No
drugs or alcohol. Avail
6-1 772-607-1246







FORT PIERCE Quiet
:2br/1ba, CHA, tile floors,
S$675 mo + sec, or $170
..wk + 1 wk sec. $340 on
move in. No pets.
772-489-4562/577-1005
HOBE SOUND: 1/1, 2/1.
Bright, Spacious, clean.
Tile, carpet, near beach.
Furn., Unfurn. Extras
Flex terms. No pets, for
piece & quiet. Call
772-708-0731
HUTCHINSON ISLAND -
Harbor Isle Designer
Furnished 2br/2ba on
1st floor w/riverview in
gated comm. Just bring
your toothbrush. $1500
per month OBO
772-461-1504
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Brand new 2br/2ba tile,
granite counters, top of
the line appliances $1000
mo. Please Call
,904-669-7129

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JENSEN BEACH -
lbr/lba Clean & Quiet
Furnished Cottage for one
person. $675 per month
includes utilities &W/D.
772-334-4465
JENSEN BEACH Porto-
fino 1/1 with luxury amen-
ities on lake. Has every-
thing. W/D. Close to mall
& beach ect. Rent to own
or $875/mo. F/S.
561-371-7857

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JENSEN BEACH-
Downtown. Awesome
Intracoastal view. Luxury
condo. 3br/2ba furn
/unfurn. Short/long term.
Pets OK. For info
1-949-378-7005
JUPITER/TEQUESTA:
2/1.5 unfurn or furn 55+,
quiet, clean, new carpets
& baths, great view, ten-
nis, golf & pool, no pets
$800/mo 561-707-5642
PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS 3/2 Condo w/patio.
Unfurn, gated, club-
house: pool, fitness ctr,
sauna, business ctr, etc.
Near Gardens Mall &
D ow nt ow n F/ L / S
$1350/mo.772-240-8605/
772-463-1795
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RENTINOW
PALM CITY 2br/lba,
Tile, W/D on dead end
road. Great for kids &
pets. Huge trees & large
lot for Boat or RV storage
$799 FLS 772-545-2101
PORT ST. LUCIE
Evergreen 2nd fi. 2/2
W/iD. Dishwasher,
Screerned balcony. Close
to hospital. F/L/S $900.
772-229-9297
PORT ST. Lucle Lake
view Midport Place I. 3/2
2nd fl, new paint & tile.
Inc water W/D near
beaches. Owner/ agent.
$895/mo. 772-528-8142
PORT ST. Lucle The
Anchorage. 2/2 2nd fl.
New kitchen, w/granite
counter, new appliances.
W/D. $900/mo.
Dock space avail.
561-744-6664
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LAGO 1st fir. 55+ fully
furn. W/D on premises
Club-house, Swimming,
golf $675/mo + sec. Sell
$85k772-288-1132
STUART: NRS 2br/2ba
unfurn., newly decorated,
2nd fir. dock avail, water
view, $1000/mo. F/L/S
772-692-0723
STUART: So. River 55+
unfurn condo, 2nd fl, 1/1
+carport. All amenities,
quiet, pretty, clean &
fresh. Boat ramp, dock/
storage. $675/mo F/L/S
772-335-8627
STUART: Vista Pines
55+ lbr/1.5ba, 900sf.
Beautiful, all appls, grd
Ivl, end unit. new
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Inc. $775/mo. No pets.
772-341-2085
STUART: Vista Pines,
2/2, 55+, 2nd fir, furn,
clean. Near hospital &
beaches. No pets,
$800/mo. 772-287-3066
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special! Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$650. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013
VERO BEACH 2/2 Ig
rms, all new appl, paint,
w/tile firs. Quiet private
shaded yard. Good for
hot tub/fine dining. Sale
$98,000 rent $795/mo.
772-595-3158 / 332-8055
VERO BEACH 55+
1br/1.5ba on Golf course,
Pool, tennis + cable in-
cluded. New appliances
& Baths. $700/mo.
772-538-3586

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amenities. 818-458-5772
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large fenced yard, good
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$3,500. Fabulous 5br/5ba
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- Architect home in
woods, 3/2 2,400sqft.
acre, remodel, hot tub,
pondl, fruit trees, Pets Ok.
$1,400/mo 321-373-1327
PALM BEACH GAR-
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$1599/mo. Annualal Sale
$304,000. 3 br/2ba/2cg.
Wood floors. LeeAnn
Stierwalt. 561-234-0313
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PALM CITY Brand New!
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Spacious, deluxe home
with waterview w/fire
place in gated golf comm.
Near 95 0.3 miles away.
$2000/mo 561-876-6482
PALM CITY- Crane
Creek 4/2/2 pool, large
lot, gated family com-
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F/L/S 772-283-7673
PORT SAINT LUCIE: 3/1
carport, W/D, huge yard,
hurr. shutters. New roof.
$900/mo. 561-339-1697
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off DelRio Rd. Built in '05,
Spacious Living Room,
split fir. plan. 1452sqft.
$1,000/mo. No Credit
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866-753-0024


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W/fenced yard. Great lo-
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Lease/purchase opt avail.
772-332-6500 See ad
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772-240-0723
PORT ST. LUCIE- Beau-,
tiful, cozy, clean 3/2/1.
Tile and wood firs in
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yard. $1150 Mo./ $700
Sec. Available now.
772-215-5145
PORT ST. Lucie: 3/2 For
Sale or Lease Option. No
$ Down, No Closing
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$900/mo. Garth Mager
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772-979-6568 626-4244
STUART 3-br/1.5-ba
unfurnished house. Just
remodeled. Refrigerator
C/H/A, washer/dryer. No
pets/Non smoker. Patio
area. Avail June 1
772-286-4145
STUART Park Square
3 bedroom, 2 bath. Lease
$1600/mo.
Owner Financed.
$5,000 down. $1200/mo.
772-223-1590


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Owner Financed.
$5,000 down. $1200/mo.
772-223-1590

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ref's req'd. 321-269-5913
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772-559-3474
VERO BEACH- 2/2.
W/D. Year-round lease.
Adult 40 + community.
Many amenities. $725
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or 772.321.9834
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community 3/2/2. Lrg liv-
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upgraded kitchen. Big
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$1500/mo. 772-453-3530
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River Heights. Extremely
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2/2/1 + family rm, asking
$795/mo F/UL/S.
772-569-0290 / 321-0436



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PORT SAINT LUCIE:
3br/2ba corner villa with
screen porch, pool,
central AC, new appls,
utility room, 2 carports,
$950/mo. 561-651-0855
PORT ST LUCIE East
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Incl cable & outside main-
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pets ok. Ask about our
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772-223-1224
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3/2.5/1 scrn'd patio,
Stainless steel & granite
kitchen. Totally upgrad-
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fans. On preserve, Near
beaches/golf Comm pool.
$1325/mo + Sec. Call
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plex 3ba/2br, nice, Ig,
A/C, parkirig, all applian-.
ces & W/D. Community
amenities. $950/mo.
$1900/ move in. 221
Balboa St. 954-394-9832

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Must Sell 772-359-1863
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Fully loaded. 55k mi, 6 cd
player. Front & side air
bags. Silver. $15,500
561-627-1731
BMW 3251: 1990, 4 door,
Auto, fully powered, AC,
Excellent cond. Includes
new rotors, brakes,
timing belt & water pump.
Runs great. $2200.
772-807-9005; 398-0002
BUICK RIVIERA '97
White. Excellent condi-
tion 29,000 mi. Loaded
$7,500 772-465-8354
CADILLAC 1997 SLS.
Silver, 72,000 miles, ex-
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772-528-3292
CADILLAC COUPE DE
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LINCOLN Continental:
1996, Well maintained,
115,000 miles, $2800.
772-398-2652
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57,000. Extra clean. New
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72,000 miles. $6500
772-528-3292
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TOYOTA CELICA '97
Toyota Serviced in Mint
condition. Engine in
fabulous shape. Well
maintained, tint & all the
bells & whistles. 98K
$5499. 772-245-9101,



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kitchen, lounge & dinette,
bedroom, bath + shower,
closets, lockers, leather
command center, satellite
dish, AC & heat, Onan
generator, GPS, cb, tow
pkg., air lift. $32,000/obo.
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S$13,59


IN A HURRY TO
SELL????
Call the best
classified section
on the east coast!
HOMETOWN NEWS
CLASSIFIEDSI


2007 Monte
Carlo LS
Automatic, Power Windows,
Cruise Tilt
List $22,877
A7517
'8

2007 HHR LS
Power Window, Power Lock,
Cruise, Tilt
List $18,577
7092

8

2007 Equinox LS
Power Window,
Power Lock, V6 Automatic
List $24,377
A7241

8

2007 Trail
Blazer LS
Power Window, Power Lock,
Cruise, Tilt, Automatic
List $27,477
A7415


2007 Colorado
Reg Cab
4cyl, 5 speed, Power S,
Power Brakes
List $16,362
4 7085


2650 South Federal Highway SALES HOURS MON-TH 8:30am-8:00m
Stuart M o888.999 .3942 FRI 8:30am-7:00pm SAT 8:30am 6:00pm
Stuart 888.999.3942 SERVICE HOURS MON-FRI 7:3Oam-6:00pm
www.sulnurbanchevytuaart.conm SAT 7:30am-2:00pm


JEEP LIBERTY SPORT:
2005, 32,961 miles, auto,
A/C. Tow package
included. Great condition.
$17,700. Please Call
561-307-5020.
See photo @
www.hometownnewsol.com
AD# 21987
NISSAN XTERA 03'
V-6, Auto, A/C, P/W,
P/W, Alloys $16.990
Carl's Buick Pontiac GMC
1-800-596-0484



CHEVY '98 1500 work
truck. Ladder rack, 3 tool
bins. Cold A/C. assorted
PVC fittings/tools. Great
cond.$6900.
772-468-5313
DODGE 2500 pickup
2000 quad cab. Good
condition. First $5900
takes it. 772-971-5420
Dodge Grand Caravan:
2002, A/C all power. New
brakes and tires, with
trailer towing package.
$6000. 239-292-4479'
DODGE MAGNUM 98
1500. 5.2. liter, 2 wheel
drive. Running bar.
$5000. 772-468-5313


FORD CONVERSION
Van, 1997 TV/VCR,
front/rear AC, fold down
bed, 4 captaiin chairs,
power everything. Never
missed an oil change.
Excellent Condition!
Asking only $5800.
772-341-2572
FORD F150: 1993, XL 6
cylinder, with A/C, clean
in & out,108K mi., $2950.
772-398-2652
MERCURY VAN Villager
2000. Runs/looks' great.
Cold dual AC. New tires.
Great gas mileage
$4500. 772-621-7148


NISSAN 95', Extended
Cab XE, 4X4, 5 spd, Cold
Air, Oversized Tires &
Wheels, 31 X 10.5. $4400
Call 772-240-2147 See
ad #21985 for photo at
www.HometownNewsOL.
com



GOCART: 2 seat, 8hp
engine,, runs great. $500.
772-334-1984


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25' BOAT 350 inboard, all
elect./ alum, trailer. $4,000
or willing to trade for truck
or ATV 772-528-7250
'20 PONTOON- CREST-
LINER LSI, 90 hp Suzuki
4 strk. Loaded w/trailer.
35 hrs. One owner. Best
Offer MovingI
772-708-2691
18' STARCRAFT: 1975,
Mercruiser I/O runs great,
ready to fish. $1500,
772-340-5586
1992 25 foot Wellcraft
with twin 2000 150 Mer-
cury EFI engines. Good
shape. Cuddy cabin, bait
well, all the toys.
$10,900. Best offer.
352-347-2016.

ULTIMATE
COBIA 214 2003 Cen-
ter, 200hp Yamaha, float
on alum, trailer, stainless
t-top, top gun outriggers,
entire package in brand
new condition.$47k value
sell $37k/obo w/ all xtras
321-799-2669/454-9378

USE CLASSIFIED


HOBE SOUND: Deep
water slip for rent. Up to
50', safe, secure, no fixed
bridges. Water & elect.
avail. 772-486-0544
PONTOON BOAT 2006
Aqua Patio, 24', seats 15,
90hp 4-stroke Mercury,
22hrs, loaded w/ trailer &
cover $27k.772-260-9967
PORTA-BOTE: 10', 3.3
Mercury gas and 40#
thrust Minn-Kota elect.
motors. Oars, battery,
cart, life jackets. $1700.
772-286-3299
SAILBOAT 14.2' Capri
sailboat & trailer. Furled
Jib 772-871-0432
SEA FOX/I8.5' Good
Deal, Lots of Extrasl Pay
off boat at $15,700. Call
772-924-9985 PSL
ZODIAC INFLATABLE
9.5' with oars. Excellent
condition. $500.
772-486-3748


SUZUKI 2001 MOTORS:
Pair 115 4 Stroke, good
condition, $4000 Each.
321-426-6616; 723-0099


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THE


EDDIE HUGGINS

LAND GRADING Co.

EDDIE HUGGINS started his own company in 1990 after
many years of practical experience with several land devel-
opment companies as a heavy construction equipment
operator and later, as a supervisor over the projects. His
l Cbusiness is located in the heart of Martin County, Florida,
where he employs 45 Local residents.

He started his company with 2 employees and by July 1994 i
he had 10 employees. The business grew even more when
Eddie acquired 2 other companies. He is the sole owner of
his company, does all his own estimating, bidding and
supervises all the jobs. Eddie has provided a stable
employment for his people and has had very little turnovers

,. Contracted work is done primarily in Martin County and'
includes site clearing, residential house pads d a lot o
trucking. JOHN DEERE loaders and moto- tders ae a
irnp .impr0ant part of his 50 to, 60 piece fleet f heavy constr
tiot eup ment which also includes 17 dum trucks-.__
Ear-.a' of his st recent
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