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PREP ACTION


South Fork, West-
wood square off


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Martin County finances entering crisis mode


Merit pay for
top county
leaders
eliminated
BY DONALD RODRIGUE
Staff writer
STUART Martin Coun-
ty administrator Doug Bal-
lantyne dropped a budget
nightmare on county com-
missioners on Sept. 4,
warning them that the


Board


debates


school


needs

Concurrency
plan raises
concerns
BY DONALD RODRIGUE
Staff writer
STUART Martin
County Commissioners
returned to work after
the Labor Day holiday to
face the sensitive issue of
developers' impact fees
and school concurrency.
School concurrency,
which means providing
for additional education-
al facilities at the time
that new residential
developments are
approved, is just one
facet of the Growth Man-
agement Reformnn Act
passed by state lawmak-
ers in 2005.
By Dec. 1, 2008, county
commissioners must,
have a signed interlocal
agreement in place with
their counterparts on the
Stuart City Commission
and the Martin County
School District.* After-
wards, the agreement
will become a perma-
nent part of both the
county and the, city's
comprehensive growth

) See SCHOOL, A4


county's sales tax shortfall
would be nearly double the
amount previously predict-
ed.
This year's 2007 tax rev-
enues are now projected to
be close to $3 million short
'of last year's. 'County offi-.
cials revised the revenue
estimates after receiving
the June tax collections
from the state, which had
dropped almost $1 million
from the same time period
in 2006.
Just a few weeks ago,
administrators had project-


ed this year's revenue
shortage to be no more
than $1.5 million.
But Mr. Ballantyne's bad
news didn't stop there. The
slump in the housing
industry is now hitting the
county's coffers, with 2007
revenues from developer's
impact fees estimated to be
$600,000 less than original-
ly projected.
The final fiscal prognosis
doesn't look good: Accord-
ing to Mr. Ballantyne, the
county is heading into 2008
with close to a $3 million


"We've got two impacts. The impact on this
year's budget and the impact on next year's
budget..

Doug Ballantyne
County administrator


deficit in its reserves.
"We've got two impacts,"
he said. "The impact on this
year's budget and the
impact on next year's budg-
et. The impact on this year's
budget will be easier to deal


with, though not pleasant."
He told the commission
that the county's financial
position was changing so
rapidly that he wanted to
I See FINANCES, A2


Treasure
Coast
Scene
Cinderella's
set; Tim the
Dairy Farmer Shelley Koppel
debuts, and the Barn is
seeking players for
an October show DI


The
Grammy
Guru
Variations
on English
dessert
recipe
no trifling
matter


Arlene Borg


A15


Index
Business A8
Classified B14
Community Calendar ........ B6
Crossword B13
Dining & Entertainment .... B1
Entertainment Calendar .... B3
Gardening A16
Horoscopes B1
Police Report ........ ....... AS
Sports B7
Travel A 10
Viewpoint A6
Week in Review .................... A3


Airport inter-connector


road falls victim to


runway battle


County spent
matching
funds on
legal fees
BY DONALD RODRIGUE
Staff writer
STUART- Martin Coun-
ty officials must return
$800,000 to the state ear-
marked for an airport
roadway because commis-
sioners spent the match-
ing funds on legal fees.
Witham Field officials
had hoped to build an
internal roadway to help
workers move from one
side of the airport to the
other without having to
exit airport property.
They'll have to make do
without it now, since the
$200,000 in matching
funds slated for the project
was spent in the ongoing
battle with the Federal Avi-
ation Administration over
the county's desire to
shorten the airport's main


runway.
Airport Director Michael
Moon said the grant
money must now be
returned, since there is a
time limit for its use and
no other money is avail-
able to complete the road-
way.
"The grant would expire
before we could get the
road built," he said. "The
chance of getting the proj-
ect built now would be
very, very slim. We are
actually asking to termi-
nate the grant so the state
can use the funds for other
aviation projects."
Residents who live
around the airport have
been clamoring for the
county to shorten the
main runway for years.
Many complain that
excessive noise and safety
issues are lowering the
value of their properties.
Last year, commission-
ers voted to stop using 460
feet of 'the airport's main
runway, but the FAA
balked, citing potential


problems for pilots and
airport businesses. Since
that time, the county has
been paying a Colorado
attorney to: lobby the
agency to change its posi-
tion.
County records show
that close to $230,000 has
been spent on the runway
issue, including money
used to defend Martin
County against a lawsuit
'filed by some of the resi-
dents.
Mr. Moon said that
Witham Field is trying to
alleviate some of the noise
issues by petitioning the
FAA for a change in the
flight path over the area.
"We're trying to do a
straight out departure,
which will alleviate jet traf-
fic over Sewall's Point,
Rocky Point and Port
Salerno," he said. "It's an
airspace issue, so we have
to work through the FAA
air traffic, system. We're
hoping to have an answer
) See AIRPORT, A2


Martin Memorial


cuts 70 staffers


Economic
downturn cited
BY DONALD RODRIGUE
Staff writer
Martin Memorial Health
Systems will lay off 70
employees as it faces
increased financial pres-
sures in the face of expect-
ed reductions in federal
and state reimbursement
programs.
The staff cuts will affect
approximately 2 percent of
the company's workforce,
with the management
team itself seeing a 4 per-
cent reduction. In addi-
tion, the hospital will not
seek to fill 30 positions that
are currently open.
No staff reductions are
planned among employees
working directly with
patients in hospitals,
according to Martin
Memorial CEO and Presi-
dent Richmond Harman.
"About 60 percent are in
the finance and human
resource areas," he said,
"and about 40 percent are
coming from the Wellness
Centers and other areas


like doctor's offices."
Mr. Harman attributes
the layoffs to several fac-
tors, with the most impor-
tant being soon-to-be
implemented changes in
the federal government's
handling of Medicare
reimbursements. He
explained that the
Medicare reimbursement
level has traditionally risen
about 3 percent annually.
but even that has failed to
keep pace with the cost of
providing patient care. As
of Jan. 1, the reimburse-
ment level is dropping by
almost a percentage point,
which is putting the sys-
tem into a financial bind.
Martin Memorial has only
managed to keep pace so.
far, due to the extra
income produced by spe-
cial programs like its open-
heart wing.
"For a long time, the
margins haven't matched
up," he said. "Patient care
costs are going up more
than 3 percent now, and
our pharmacy costs have
been going up almost dou-
ble-digits. This year, all of a
) See STAFFERS, A2


RACE TO THE FINISH


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Representing the Treasure Coast Cycling Association, Bill Clifton of Palm City finished 18th in a field of 39 in the
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sudden, the mismatch
became a lot worse."
In addition to expected
cuts in Medicaid reim-
bursements from the state,
Mr. Harman said Martin
Memorial will face another
financial hurdle with the
sunsetting of Florida's PIP
(Personal Injury Protec-
tion)/No Fault insurance
law. In existence since the
1970s, the program, in the-


ory, pays 80 percent of all
medical bills (after a $1,000
deductible) resulting from
an automobile accident, up
to $10,000.
The hospital system may
end up having to treat
many more patients with-
out insurance coverage
once the law lapses and
people elect not to pur-
chase accident insurance.
"It's going to impact us to
the tune of about $1 mil-
lion (annually)," he said.
Martin Memorial is pro-
viding severance packages


for the employees whose
positions are being elimi-
nated. Mr. Harman said
that hourly employees who
are laid off would receive a
week's pay for every year of
service up to 15 weeks,
while the salaried workers
will get two weeks of pay
for every year of service up
to 20 weeks.
In addition, their bene-
fits packages will also con-
tinue through the same
time period, which include,
both health insurance and
401k contributions.


Mr. Harman wasn't opti-
mistic about when things
might turn around for
Martin Memorial, attribut-
ing a slow-down in growth
in part to the housing
slump.
"I really don't know," he
said. "We're expecting our
volumes to be pretty flat
this year. We had huge
growth between 2006 and
2007 because of the open-
heart program, but we're
not expecting to have sig-
nificant growth between
2007 and 2008."


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From page Al


begin meeting with com-
missioners monthly.
A key concern for Mr. Bal-
lantyne is the so-called
Super Exemption' to be
voted on next January. If it
passes in a special referen-
dum, then homesteaded
property owners will be able
to switch from the Save Our
Homes property tax cap to
the new higher exemption.
He, like many other munici-
pal leaders in Florida, feels
that it will decimate county
coffers.
"It's been clear to us that
we've entered into a period
of extended financial dis-
tress," he said. "We antici.-
pate that even if the super


exemption does not pass,
we will be in a budget
reduction mode for the
foreseeable future due to
the cap on property tax rev-
enues.
"This fiscal distress will
undoubtedly have a person-
al impact upon members of
this organization.",
Mr. Ballantyne explained
that the county's top leader-
ship recognized the need
for personal sacrifice and
agreed to forego their merit
pay raises, which should
save the county approxi-
mately $79,000.
Commissioner Lee
Weberman accused county
leaders of grandstanding,


while holding up a chart
prepared by county staff
that reflected four months
of double-digit sales tax
decreases prior to the com-
mission's budget hearings
held in July.
"This should have been a
decision that should have
been foreseen by the staff
and brought to us during
the budget hearings," he
said. "I don't know why we
had to wait for a memo
from the state to tell us we
were in trouble with sales
tax."
Before presenting com-
missioners with the latest
sales tax figures, Mr. Ballan-
tyne had begun a discussion
about the Super Exemption.
His goal was to get com-
missioners to consider
budget cuts to counter the
negative effects on the
county budget if the exemp-
tion passes.
"If we are going to go
through a very public
process, then this is some-
thing we need to start plan-
ning right now before we get
into the holiday season," he
said.
Commissioner Weber-
man then asked the county
administrator if he was
going to resurrect his "hit
list" of employees to be pos-
sibly laid off.
"The budget cycle was
actually an exercise in how
to scare your employees,"
he said. "I am concerned
that we have a very nervous


group of employees, and I
don't want to make that
angst among our employees
worse."
Mr. Ballantyne denied
ever having a hit list.
"We were talking about
reductions that we were
going to make," he
explained. "There was a
question as to whether or
not we should also be advis-
ing the employees who
would probably be impact-
ed with those reductions. It
was not a hit list from our
standpoint, and I specifical-
ly directed that we would
not identify employees who
may be impacted by reduc-
tions."
Mr. Ballantyne insisted
that budget cuts were
inevitable, and Commis-
sion Chairman Michae,l
DiTerlizzi said the commis-
sion, like any business fac-
ing a 25 to 30 percent cut in
revenue, had the right to
consider which jobs should
be eliminated.
Commissioner Doug
Smith urged commission-
ers to move up their strate-
gic planning this year to
give them time to weigh
which options might be
available.
"Quite honestly, the
budget is going to be a very
different picture next year,"
he said. "I think long before
we get into the budget cycle
of next year, our staff needs
the clearest direction from
us they can get."


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within the next six to eight
months."
If the FAA ever does
approve shortening the run-
way, Mr. Moon said county
officials believe it will have a
minimal impact on aircraft
flow and traffic. When asked
if a shorter runway would
ever hinder Martin County's
chances of having commer-
cial flights, he was adamant.
"We won't ever have com-
mercial air traffic here," he
said. "We don't need it."
Martin County Commis-
sioner Susan Valliere, in
whose district the airport
lies, failed to return several
phone calls for comment.
Commissioner Lee
Weberman said that he
wants the airport's runway
shortened, primarily
because he feels it was
extended in the 1980s with-
out proper authorization.
"The runway was done
with no public input and
with no input from the Stu-
art commission and
Sewall's Point commission,"
he said.
"And it was done without
the proper forms and


authorizations."
Mr. Weberman said that
he used to be against short-
ening the runway, but feels
that the FAA has misled the
county on the issue and
changed his position as ,a
result. Now his main con-
cern is to ensure that the
number of jets using With-
am Field doesn't increase
any further.
"The noise problems are
from the jets. and after the
runway was extended back
in 1988, the number of jets
went from 11 to 30. I'd like
to get a cap on the jet space
atWitham."
Mr. Weberman affirmed
that the county was taking
advantage of the Home
Acquisition Program fund-
ed by the FAA and the Flori-
da Department of Trans-
portation to buy some
properties affected by the
noise problems near the
west end of the runway.
Martin County Commis-
sioners will meet with Mr.
Moon on Sept. 18 to discuss
the matter of returning the
airport roadway grant
money.


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Staff photo by Rita Hart
From left, St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara, Port St. Lucie Police Lt. Tommy Reuther and Martin County Sheriff
Robert L. Crowder are just a few of the officials who presided over a multi-agency news conference on Sept. 6. They
were announcing the outcome of Operation Safe Summer, which resulted in the arrest of over 50 Internet-based sexual
predators.


Officials announce success of



Operation Safe Summer


53 arrested in
computer sexual
predator sting

BY RITA HART
Staff writer
Local, state and federal
law enforcement officials
have made it clear they are
not waiting for victims to
come forward to catch
Internet sexual predators.
Instead, they took a proac-
tive stance on the Treasure
Coast for a second year
through Operation Safe
Summer, resulting in formal
charges against 53 individu-
-als for preying on local chil-
dren through computers.
The operation was a joint
effort of the Martin, St. Lucie
and Indian River counties'
Sheriff's Offices, the Port St.
Lucie Police Department,,
the Nineteenth Judicial Cir-
cuit State Attorney's Office,
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, the U.S. Attor-
ney's Office, U.S. Federal
Bureau of Investigation and
U.S. Immigration and Cus-


toms Enforcement of the
Department of Homeland
Security.
Last week's arrest of Port
St. Lucie teacher Steven
Maffucci on charges of lewd
computer solicitation with a
student came about
because the student, a 16-
year-old female, reported
her teacher to authorities.
However, all 53 arrests in
the summer operation were
made after local law
enforcement officials posed
as children or teens on the
Internet. Of the 53 individu-
als charged, 28 reside in
Florida and 8 of those reside
on the Treasure Coast.
Detective Neil Spector,
who headed the operation
for the St. Lucie County
Sheriff's Office, said one of
the most surprising arrests
for law enforcement was
that of Gary William West,
38, a U.S. Army staff ser-
geant who was charged with
six counts of transmission of
child pornography. A regis-
tered sex offender, he
allegedly communicated
with an undercover officer
via the Internet, sending


numerous images of child
pornography involving chil-
dren under 12 who were
engaged in sexual activities
with adults. The communi-
cations occurred while Mr.
West was stationed in Iraq.
According to Detective
Spector, one in four children
using the Internet will be
sexually propositioned at
some point.
He advises parents and
guardians to make sure
computers are in an open
area in the home and that
the child's activity on the
computer be closely moni-
tored.
In several arrests, the sus-
pects made arrangements to
meet the undercover offi-
cers posing as teens.
Indiantown resident
Randy Charles Harris, 37,
was arrested after an inves-
tigation by the Martin Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office and U.S.
Immigrations and Customs
Enforcement.
Mr. Harris was charged
with four counts of produc-
tion, of child pornography
and four counts of posses-
sion of child pornography,


after police say he invited
children into his home, had
them perform sexual acts on
each other and then took
photographs and videos and
placed them on his comput-
er.
"Unfortunately, a lot of
these crimes take place in
homes, and not just on the
computer," said Detective
Brian Broughton, who, with
Detective Pat Colasuonno,
was the lead investigator for
the Martin County Sheriff's
Office in the operation.
In 2006, when Operation
Safe Summer occurred for
the first time, a total of 29
arrests were made.
"This year, we had more
manpower and more full
time officers on this proj-
ect," said St. Lucie County
Sheriff Ken Mascara.
"Next year, I can only
assume there will be more,"
he said, referring to the
number of arrests.
That doesn't mean law
enforcement officers will be
any less vigilant next year.
"Offenders are trying to get


) See SUMMER, A10


WEEK IN

REVIEW

New hotel slated for Hutchinson Island
Martin County Commissioners approved the master site
plan on Sept. 4 for a new hotel to replace the Holiday Inn
Oceanside that was destroyed during the hurricanes in
2004.
A Fort Lauderdale company plans to begin construction
on the 114-room Oceanside Resort next year on the 6.6-acre
site just south of the Jensen Beach Causeway. Completion is
slated for 2010. The resort's other facilities will include meet-
ing rooms and a restaurant.
Most commissioners approved the economic input that
the new hotel will bring to the island, but Commissioner
Sarah Heard cast the lone dissenting vote, saying the project
did not comply with the county's open space rules.
The developers must come before the commission once
more for approval of the final site plan.

Treasure Coast residents raise
thousands for paralyzed Iraq war vet
Generous area residents donated more than $21,000 to
paralyzed Jensen Beach resident StephenValyou so he could
buy an all-terrain wheelchair and accompany his two-year-
old son to the beach.
A staff sergeant serving in Iraq, Mr. Valyou was wounded
by a sniper on March 29 while serving as a member of a
group removing improvised explosive devices. He and wife
Melissa and son Nathaniel came to Jensen Beach to be near
relatives after his return to the states.
The owners of Pip's Tild Grill on Pineapple Avenue in
Jensen Beach agreed to hold a pig roast as a fundraiser to
cover the cost of the $2,700 wheelchair after Mr. Valyou's
uncle, Gerald Bilquin, requested to put a donation canister
in the restaurant.
The coordinator of the fundraiser, Susan Eilenberg, man-
aged to get everything including the entertainment donat-
ed, and said the restaurant was packed. The community
began expressing its support even before the event started
when two families donated the funds for the wheelchair.
Mr. Valyou plans on using the rest of the donated funds to
retrofit his van for the wheelchair, as well as helping other
veterans in need.

Martin County Commission
rejects inclusionary zoning
Three out of five commissioners decided not to pursue an
initiative known as inclusionary zoning that would have
required developers to set apart as affordable housing more
than 10 percent of new subdivisions.
The commission has been debating the issue since 2005,
when an industry representative came before the board to
complain that the ordinance would cause hardships on the
industry.
Developers who failed to set aside 12 percent as afford-
able units would have had to pay into an affordable housing
fund.
The commissioners told county planners to pursue other
initiatives, such as a public land bank that would purchase
land for the same purpose.

Loggerheads killed by boats in Hobe Sound
Five loggerhead turtles were found dead in the Hobe
Sound area recently, four killed from boat strikes and one
after swallowing a fishhook.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
members found four of the dead sea turtles:on Sept. 5 off of
North and South Beach Road.
All of them except the one that swallowed the hook
showed signs of prop damage on their carapaces.


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to face a commission cham-
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and numerous Indiantown
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agreement.
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proposing developments
that exceed the current edu-
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involved in the construction
industry fear that it could be
the death knell for
Indiantown, where the only
educational facilities are an
elementary and middle
school. All public high
school students must cur-
rently travel to South Fork.
Scott Watson, chairman of
the Indiantown/West Mar-
tin Chamber of Commerce,
was blunt.
"It's going to kill
Indiantown," he said.
While citing figures for
estimating future capacity,
Mr. Griffin presented com-
missioners with a map cre-
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into six proposed concur-
rency service areas (CRAs).
According to the map, the
Indiantown CRA is com-
pletely separated from the
eastern part the county by
the Mid County CRA, which
is outside the urban service
boundary and currently has
no schools.
The latter is what's worry-
ing developer Kathleen
Breeland, the vice-president
of operations for the South-
east Florida Division of Cen-
tex Homes, which has future
development plans for some
Indiantown parcels. Since
the Indiantown CRA must
draw its capacity levels from
its own or adjacent CRA, she
feels that the Mid County
CRA will hinder the region
from reaching capacity lev-
els for new schools.
"We're against the map as
it's currently drawn today,"
she said. "Right now, it com-
pletely cuts off Indiantown
from the rest of the county.
We just need to have those
concurrency service areas
drawn so that it's a more
equitable arrangement for
the whole county."
Also opposed to the cur-
rent plan, Indiantown resi-
dent.Art Matson compared
the school board's CRAs to
political gerrymandering.
"All we ask is to be treated
the same way as the. rest of
the county," he said.
Ms. Breland suggested
that one solution would be
to leave the county undivid-
ed for now, since the new
law gives counties five years
before having to implement
the individual CRAs. The
school board attorney, how-
ever, said the school board
proposed the six divisions
after being advised to do so,
by a consultant.


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"The first thing he told us
was that 'your ioncurrency
service areas were too large,
you need them much small-
,er,'" Mr. Griffin said. "The
reason for that is, in the
school systems, we know we
have transportation chal-
lenges. We're not going to
bus a child from the south-
ern tip of the county to the
northern tip of the county."
Although Ms. Breland said
she saw the proposed CRA
map for the first time on the
morning of Sept. 4, the pub-
lic information officer for
the Martin County School
District, Cathleen Brennan,
said that the map was avail-
able to the public during the
prior joint meeting of the
school board and both com-
missions held in June at the
Blake Library.
Mr. Griffin emphasized
that the interlocal agree-
ment has been a work in
progress for two years.and
has been available to the
public for comment.
"The terms of the agree-
ment have changed dramat-
ically over the last year due
to public input," he said.
Even so, the president and
CEO of the
Indiantown/West Martin
Chamber of Commerce,
Allon Fish, asked the com-
mission to postpone its
decision and hold another
workshop.
"We have questions that
have not been answered- up
to now," he said.
Concerned about nega-
tively effecting the county's
economy, Commissioner
Lee Weberman said that
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.

Martin County
Sheriffs Department
Aug. 31-Sept. 13

*Krystal Helton, 21, 544
llth Court, Palm City, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance.
*Francisco Medina-
Adames, 44, 10347 Sum-
merview Circle, Riverview,
Fla., was charged with
felony violation of proba-
tion.
tGlenmore Paul Salmon,
57, Martin Luther King
Boulevard, Apt. 16,
Indiantown, was charged
with aggravated assault.
*Tamara Jean Trylick, 52,
5000 S.E. Federal Highway,
Stuart, was charged with
five counts of uttering a
false instrument.
*Dennis Wassmer, 47,
9152 Parkway Ave., Hobe
Sound, was charged with
felony failure to appear.
Steven Albert Beye, 30,
2058 S.E. Monroe St., Stu-
art, was charged with pos-
session of a firearm by a,
convicted felon, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*Carl Payton Boland, 42,
512 Indianola St., Stuart,
was charged with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of
drug paraphernalia and,
misdemeanor failure to
appear.
*Carlos Cardoso, 23,
2100 S.W. Mandrake Circle,
Port St. Lucie, was charged
*with felony driving under
the influence.
*Justin Lynn Dempsey,
21, 5730 S.E. Normandy
Ave., Stuart, was charged
with two counts of posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*Nathaniel Lewis Kines,
52, 2704 Bennett St., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
felony violation of proba-
tion.


*Allen Zee Lauderdale,
52, 1700 S.E. Salerno Road,
Stuart, was charged with
aggravated battery.
*Christopher McGrath,
51, 638 12th Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
felony violation of proba-
tion.
*Thomas Michael Minia-
gi, 28, 1483 N.E. South St.,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with grand theft and deal-
ing in stolen merchandise.
*Jessica Lee Robb, 20,
1361 S.E. Sand Dollar
Lane, Stuart, was charged
with theft and two counts
of dealing in stolen mer-
chandise.
*Glenn Lyman Tippins,
43, 716 Cleveland Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
possessing, selling, manu-
facturing or delivering of a
controlled substance .and
possession of a controlled
substance.
*Jennnifer Louise Albert-
son, 21,. 440 Sedgewick
Place, Richmond, Ind., was
charged with felony failure
to appear.
*Orga Espady, 19, 809
Palm Beach Road, Stuart,
was charged with felony
violation of probation.
*Andres Manuel
Ramirez, 26, 15365 S.W.
Seminole Drive,
Indiantown, was charged
with culpable negligence.
*Antonio Geaild Rosario,
18, 3760 S.E. Salerno Road,
Stuart, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.
*Michael Patrick Villa,
22, 504 Killkenny Court,
Malta, N.Y., was charged
with three counts of lewd
and lascivious conduct.
*Frank Anthony Asci, 46,
2205 Dade Road, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
felony driving under the
influence.
*James Lee Carey, 5400
Jack Ave., Lot J-17, Stuart,
was charged with felony
driving under the influ-
ence.
*Brian Cox, 40, 256 S.E..
Kitching Circle, Stuart, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance,
possession of drug para-
phernalia, habitually driv-
ing with a suspended or


revoked driver's license
and presenting false iden-
tification.
*Brandi Marie Daniels,
28, 5177 S.E. Isabelita Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
possession of over 20
grams of marijuana.
*Lewis Edward Giraldo,
22, 91 S.E. Ontario Way,
Stuart, was charged with
possessing, selling, manu-
facturing or delivering a
controlled substance and
possession of a controlled
substance.
*Shanan Chad McFad-
den, 24, 5154 S.E. 48th St.,
Stuart, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.
*Jeremy Payne, 31, 315
Woodcrest Drive, Fort
Worth, Texas, was charged
with possession of a
firearm by a convicted
felon and grand theft.
*Brent Peterson, 43, 2761
Village Blvd., West Palm
Beach, was charged with
possession of a firearm by
a convicted felon.
*Larnar Rozier Jr., 18, 832
? Spruce Ave., Stuart, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance.
*Fernando Enrique
Valentin, 48, 2136 Alham-
bra St., Stuart, was charged
with grand theft.
*Aura Andres, 27, 15145
S.W. Tiger 'rail,
Indiantown, was charged
with grand theft, picking
and removing seeds from a
park, unlawful entry on
property and violating
state park rules.
*Alexander Barrera, 33,
3130 S.W. 122 St., Miami,
was charged with felony
failure to appear and
felony violation of proba-
tion.
*James Lee Carey, 42,
5400 Jack Ave., Lot J-17,
Stuart, was charged with
felony driving under the
influence.
*Gary Fricke, 40, 1413
S.W. 1st Terrace, Deerfield
Beach, was charged with
two counts of grand theft
and two counts of theft.
*Edin Gutierrez-
Caballero, 30, Dallas,
Texas, was charged with
felony violation of proba-
tion and misdemeanor


violation of probation.
*Eliseo Juan-Pedro, 34,
15145 S.W. Tiger Tail,
Indiantown, was charged
with grand theft, picking
and removing seeds from a
park, unlawful entry on
property and violating
state park rules.
*Juan Mateo-Diego, 25,
15.145 S.W. Tiger Tail,
Indiantown, was charged
with grand theft, picking
and removing seeds from a
park, unlawful entry on
property and violating
state park rules.
*Gonzalo Perez, 18,
15145 S.W. Tiger Tail,
Indiantown, was charged
with grand theft, picking
and removing seeds from a
park, unlawful entry' on
property and violating
state park rules.
*Ricardo .Plasencia-
Labrador, 43, 4854 N.E.
14th Ave., Pompano Beach,
was charged with charged
with two counts of grand
theft and two counts -of
theft.
*Miguel Tomas-Matias,
19, 15145 S.W. Tiger Tail,
Indiantown, was charged.
with grand theft, picking
and removing seeds from a
park, unlawful entry on
property and violating
state park rules. ;
*Andrea Lee Ash, 26,
9202 Parkway Drive, Hobe
Sound, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance, possession of
drug paraphernalia, oper-
ating a motor vehicle with
a cancelled, suspended.or
revoked driver's license
and failure to register a
motor vehicle.
*Richard Todd Barnett,
43, no address, was
charged with two counts of
aggravated assault and two
counts of battery.
*Kenneth Lee Bell, 25,
P.O. Box 92, Indiantown,
was charged with two
counts of felony failure to
appear and two counts of
misdemeanor failure to
appear.
*Thomas Edward Kivlin,
38, 2306 Bella Vista Way,
Port St. Lucie, was charged
with grand theft.
*Mari Richele Tait, 20,
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tion of probation.
*Lizzie Bee Tyler, 19,
21915 S.W. 109 Ave.,
Miami, was charged with
grand theft.
-Richard Carmona-
Quiroga, 46, 705 South L
St., Harlingen, Texas, was
charged with felony driv-
ing under the influence.
-Sandra Lee Clemons,
48, 5277 S.E. Driftwood
Circle, Stuart, was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance and pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
*Melvin Crowley, 47,
5505 Pinewood Ave, West
Palm Beach, was charged
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*Robert Lewis Preston II,
28, 7156 Constitution
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charged with possession of
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possession of a firearm by
a convicted felon and
grand theft.
*John Robert Rucker, Sr.,
51, 901 E. 9th Ave., Stuart,
was charged with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.

Stuart
Police Department
Aug. 27-Sept. 2

*Tires were reportedly
stolen from trucks at 1501
S.E. Monterey Road.
A purse was reportedly
taken during an auto bur-
glary at Speedy Mart, 720
S.E. Martin L King Blvd.
Brian Shook, 21, of
3315 Garden St., was
arrested for interfering
with custody.
*A residence was report-
edly burglarized at The
Crossings, 3619 S.E. Gate-


house Circle.
*William Hines-McKnelly,
19, of 4820 S.E. Salvation
Road., was arrested for auto
burglary.
A vehicle was reportedly
stolen from the Suburban
Lodge at 1900 S.E. Federal
Highway.
-Cash was reportedly taken
from a business, Gertrude
Walden Day Care Center, 601
S.E. Lake St.
A vehicle was reportedly
stolen from 1501 S.E, Decker
Ave.
Cash was reportedly
taken during a burglary to a
residence at St. Lucie Place,
272 S.E. St. Lucie Blvd.
A television was reported-
ly taken during a burglary in
the 900 block of S.E. Dolphin
Drive.
Landscaping ornaments
were reportedly taken from
Jean's Beauty Shop, 200 S.E.
Lonita St.
A vehicle was reportedly
stolen from the Suburban
Lodge, 1900 S.E. Federal
Highway.
Jessica Robb, 20, of 973
NW 16th Place, was arrested
for retail theft and two counts
of dealing in stolen property.
Glenn Tippins, 43, of 716
SE Cleveland Ave., was arrest-
ed for possession of cocaine
with intent to sell and posses-
sion of marijuana under 20
grams.
Candles were reportedly
stolen during an auto burgla-
ry at Carrabbas' Grill, 2700
S.E. Federal Highway.
A ladder and. cable
receivers were reportedly
taken during an auto burgla-
ry at Sierra Apartments, 1061
S.E. Monterey Road.
*Fernando Valentine, 54, of
2136 Alahambra St., was
arrested for grand theft.
Antonio Rosario, 18, of
3760 S.E. Salerno Road., was
arrested for possession of
cocaine.


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statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.


Mailboxes are federal property

Someone is tampering with mailboxes in the Stuart area
between east Parkway Avenue and southeast Ocean Road,
usually at night.
For the information of those involved, mailboxes are
considered federal property, and federal law, Title 18 of the
United States code, section 1705, makes it a crime to van-
dalize them, or to injure, deface or destroy any mail
deposited in them.
Violators can be fined up to $250,000, or imprisoned for
up to three years for each act of vandalism.
If you see any suspicious activity, report it to the local law
enforcement.
If your mailbox is affected, contact your postmaster and
local law enforcement.

Breast cancer awareness

I live in Hobe Sound, and I have a very big rave.
The other evening, after hearing a sound outside, I
looked out of my front door and saw a pink truck in front of
my home, which I've never seen before.
I went out, and I could not believe my eyes. On the side
of the truck it said, "Have you been checked." The truck
was painted pink for breast cancer awareness.
It is a propane delivery truck. The company is Propane
Discounters.
I just want to throw thumbs up out there to J.D., the
owner of the company.
I am not related to him, I have no interest in his compa-
ny. I am a consumer of his product.
I want to thank him for what he has done.
I believe he is giving a contribution to the Susan G. Cole-
man Foundation from his sales, I don't know the percent-
age.
The idea that he has painted his truck pink, put the slo-
gan on it, and is reminding women to be checked is truly
outstanding.

Handicapped drivers

I think all handicapped drivers should be given a drivers
test.
If they do not pass, their licenses should be taken away.
There are too many of them on the road, and they do not
know how to drive.

Compute This column

I just want to thank your paper for the amazing amount
of knowledge I gather each week from Sean McCarthy's
column, Compute This.
His column is very enlightening.
I discovered when I do experience a future computer
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Thanks Hometown News.

Grammy Guru moved

I am writing about Arlene Borg's Grammy Guru column.
I always enjoy reading that. I looked for it in the newspa-
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The usual title was Romancing the Stove with Grammy
Guru, with great big letters at the top as the headline, fol-
lowed by her wonderful commentaries.
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it, and I didn't know why.
I finally found it tucked away near the middle of Section
A, with a different headline altogether.
I was extremely disappointed because Grammy Guru is
who Arlene Borg is to me.
I would like to see that headline resumed in the paper.

Newspaper format

What happened to the format of the Hometown News?
I have to search for Grammy Guru, computer story, and
Sue Ellen Sanders. I used to love reading Dear Tabby, I'm
not sure if that was the name, about pets.
It used to be really hometown and local with all the news
thrown in.
Now it's just like the other local paper, with more and
more of the paper devoted to advertising.

Protect the animals

Why is the media protecting wide areas of animal abuse?
The media continuously downplays animal abuse, while
giving national headlines and coverage against the football
player who tortured, dogs and forced them to fight to the
death.
The media gives a green light to animal abusers with
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Unless there is media support to stop animal abuse such
as dog fighting, there will be continuous repeating of sto-
ries of dog fighting and animal abuse by children and
adults.
When a radio talk show host downplays animal cruelty,
please call that radio talk show host and tell him/her that
you don't appreciate their support of animal abuse.
I think this will help us to better protect animals, and
hopefully get laws in place that are meaningful.
Let's support our local law enforcement in cases of dog
fighting which goes on in our area, but is supposedly a
secret.
It's not really a secret, and the police are well aware of
where these dogfights take place.
Please report any suspected dog fighting that you might
hear about, or actually witness.
There is a reward for reporting such cases.
Please call the police when you are aware of animal
abuse of any kind.
Even if they don't act to protect the animal, it is impor-
tant that it be on their records that you did call, even
anonymously, to report any sort of animal abuse.
Our lives will be better once we start protecting the inno-
cent animals we constantly see suffering all around us.

I don't want the paper

I have asked that the Hometown News not be distributed
to my house.
I have done it on the phone, I have done it in writing, and
I have even received a response in writing.
I have also talked to the City Manager.
We have ordinances against having these newspapers
distributed.
I would love it if this was actually printed in your newspa-
per, and somebody would read it.
I should have the right not to be harassed by this newspa-
per.
As I said, have taken all of the correct steps. Yet again, it is
hitting my driveway.
I also think it is a waste of trees,. because there are so
many of these newspapers being thrown out that nobody
reads, and many people just throw away.
The house next door to me that is vacant must have six or
seven of these sitting in the driveway.
Who needs to live with that?
I have spoken to the City Manager, and if I have to I will
call again. Only this time I am going to demand that some-
thing is done, that fines are assessed, and/or are penalties
applied.
I have had enough of this.
This is a waste of paper, it is a waste of my time, it is an
aggravation to me, and has been since this newspaper
came out.

One-day car rental turns into billing hassle

A few months ago, I called a major auto rental company
for a rental reservation in Fairbanks, Alaska. In Fairbanks, I
went to their counter and got the van and returned it the
same day.
Upon returning home to Florida two weeks later, there
was a phone message and a letter from the rental agency's
collection department claiming $500 in damages, $500 for
loss of use and $100 in collection fees.
We did not have any accidents with the van. I was to send
them a check for $1,100. Through phone calls, I found out
that the bill was an estimate for a bumper scratch and that
no repairs had actually been made.
The scratch could have been there before or after I rent-
ed. The rental company didn't even look at the van for 12
hours after I returned it. The van wasn't "out of service" for
six-and-a-half days. It sounded like a scam to me.
I called the well-known rental company; my budget can't
afford these bills and was told it was my problem.
The Fairbanks airport location is a franchise and the


company wasn't responsible, and they weren't interested in
checking to see if their franchise was also doing this to
other customers. I do have access to lawyers and plan to
fight these charges.
Beware, this could happen to you. Ask questions the next
time you rent a vehicle. Get a copy of everything you sign.
Your insurance company normally won't pay for "loss of
use" or "fees."
During one phone call, the collection company said it
was my fault, (and) that I had been warned at the auto
counter to take their "insurance protection."
Did they already know I was going to have a problem.?

No relief found in tax bill estimate

I received my estimated tax bill in the mail today.
I want to thank our senators, congressmen and our gov-
ernor.
This.year's smallest estimate is $1.76 higher than last
year's and the highest estimate is $94.12 higher than last
year's.
The assessed value of my home went up $4,540 this year.
I am having a hard time understanding this as property val-
ues have plummeted within the last year. We have made no
improvements in (more than) two years
I wonder how many of you are "relieved" with your prop-
erty tax bills, too?,

If you live in America, speak English

After reading your articles regarding (Spanish) speaking
residents, I think we all need to pull together and see to it
that our country goes back to catering to the American citi-
zens and not those coming over here expecting handouts
and forcing us to change our culture and way of life to suit
their needs.
If they want to live here, they need to speak the language.
No one certainly caters to Americans when we move or
Visit their country. We are expected to learn their culture,
their way of life, and their language.
So, tell me why we allow this nonsense of pushing "1" for
English and Spanish signs in most of our stores.
I have to mention hiring non-U.S. citizens to work in our
country when there are U.S. citizens begging for jobs.
What is up with that?
Because they work for less?
It is a shame that our country has lowered its standards
because of greed.
Pay our citizens what they are worth. Give them jobs.
Protect your culture, your children's culture, and your
grandchildren's culture.
I travel for a living, I spend many nights in hotels, here in
America. I am saddened to say most of the employees of
some of the hotels I stay in have hired non-U.S. citizens
that do not speak a word of English.
How in the world are they supposed to communicate
with their guests?
After watching CNN News one morning while out of
town, I saw a report on a little small town in Texas ... has
decided that there will be no more Spanish signs. You will
speak English, or you can move. They have decided in
order to get a job in this town, you do not have to be bilin-
gual.
We all need to stand up, and take back our America.
You live here, you speak the language, that is all.
Keep your culture in your home. Teach your children in
your home what your culture is about. Don't come over
here and try to change our culture, and force our children
to learn a second language to accommodate you.

Job requires speaking Spanish

My grandson lives in Dallas; he's a 20-year man in the
Army. He went to apply for a part-time job and was given
an application that said in order to get a job he had to speak
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Spanish and English.
He told them, "This is America, and I am an American.
Why do I have to learn a foreign language in my own coun-
try to get a job?"

Fighting there has stopped killing here

Thank you, Mr. President for offloading the war against
the terrorists to the Middle East when you did.
On Sept. 11 alone we suffered (more than) 3,000 casual-
ties,-no thanks to those radical Islamics who started the
war. Since then, we have lost a similar number of troops
keeping al-Qaida and their sympathizers busy, but have not
had many other losses, certainly not within the U.S.A.
We were luckier than (those) souls in England, France
and Spain, and we know now that three or four other events
never got past the planning stages here.
Meanwhile, the collateral damages to civilians in the
Middle East has burgeoned to almost 80,000.
Better there than here. I hope that at least we can, agree
on that and also not to remove our troops too soon and
thereby bring the war back to these shores once again.

Time to clear up death row

With (more than) 200 inmates on death row, what is the
governor waiting for?
For them to die of old age or are those bleeding hearts
getting to him. They were put on death row because they
took a life, and now is the time to pay with theirs. There are
a number of ways to execute a person, but injection seems
to be the only way in Florida. It's high time that Florida
changed its method and consider beheading like the
French did many years ago.
It's costing us taxpayers more money every day they sit
there. The law for appeals has got to change. The time limit
should be set at weeks not a year. A disassembly line should
be set up to make room for the new death-row inmates who
will take their place.
So governor, sign the papers to clean out death row. It's
time the taxpayers got justice.

Must protect social Security from non-citizens

Social Security: It's a good thing we have it.
If we didn't, a lot of our mothers, fathers, sisters and
brothers would be pushing around baskets out in the street
with nowhere to live and nothing to eat.
They paid into the system and worked for many years.
Most of our families have been here for several generations.
We do have a problem with illegal immigration. If we can-
not control our borders, (then) we're not a sovereign nation
(and) we shouldn't be making laws for people because we.
can't even control who comes in.
We need to enforce our borders, stop illegal immigra-
tions, get everybody (who is) not paying taxes on tlje tax
payroll, and we need to keep Social Security. We're going to
lose this thing if we keep giving all of the money we paid in
to people who (didn't).
You should (only be allowed to collect Social Security if
you) have been a citizen and paid in for a number of quar-
ters. If they haveri't done that, they shouldn't be allowed to
collect Social Security, I don't care how long they've been
here.
If they're handicapped, that's another thing. We'll take
care of them and we should take care of them from birth:
Our citizens, the children of our citizens.
I am telling legislators in our country that it is unaccept-
' able'for these illegal immigrations.

How about some real news?

Are all of those reading this burned out by Paris Hilton


and Lindsay Lohan?
The gossip news should be delegated only to the Holly-
wood news type shows. The major networks that are sup-
posed to give (us) the news are shoving this nonsense down
our throats.
For instance, if you just watch CNN Headline News and
CNN, in between the Viagra, Cyalis and Levitra comnmer-
cials, every third or fourth topic is just total fluff news.
Take 15 minutes and write down the stories they. cover.
You will be astounded.
Then we have our local evening news out of Orlando,
which is all about home invasions and crime. I call this the
hypochondriac hour.
CNN, MSNBC and Fox are all dueling with each other,
criticizing each other and labeling each other and also crit-
icizing the newspapers. All opinion news should be labeled
as such. The pundits are all vying for ratings and have their
slant on all issues.
Actually, some shows should be labeled hate news since
the only purpose is to divide and anger us.
Perhaps if we all complain enough by calling and writing
the advertisers they may get the message.
C-SPAN should be available all three stations on our
basic cable lineup, too. Call your cable company and ask
them to put C-SPAN on the lower channels. C-SPAN does
not spin the news and is incredibly informative.
Unless you can watch C-SPAN, the three channels on
cable, you might as well put-your head in the sand.
Enough of the dumbing down of America. Make your
calls today.

Capital should be safe from terrorists

1 do not understand all the air space security around our
nation's Capital building?
A terrorist would never fly a hijacked (plane) into our
Senate or house chamber because these terrorists wish to
do us harm.

Check out the brakes on bikes from China

(With all this) talk about the Chinese products that are
coming here, no one mentions the bicycles that were pur-
chased last Christmas.
Some have very cheap pin hand brakes that don't last for
more than a couple months.
This Christmas, people should try to buy kids bikes that
have back-pedal brakes, because if they buy (bikes with)
just handbrakes then they are going to have trouble down
the road. A couple months and the bikes are no good unless
they put a lot of money into them.

All children should have
food, health insurance

I think that no child should go without a free lunch if they
need it.
It's good for their health. They don't get it at home proba-
bly.
I also think that no child should go without healthcare. It
is very important if you have a sick child. Where can you
take them without health care?
If they're sick, dear God, we have to help them.
I am a taxpayer, and I would even pay more to have no
child hungry or without health care.

Vows to campaign against Clinton
if nominated

.As much as I want to see a (Democrat) take Capitol Hill, if
Hillary (Clinton) runs, I will pound the pavement for
(whomever) her Republican opponent is.
There is nothing that can undo the harm done by the
most morally degenerate couple ever to occupy the White
House.


Why New Yorkers ever put Hillary in the Senate is a mys-
tery to me.
Are there no candidates with scruples? Basic moral stan-
dards? How about minimal moral standards?
Even Bush who talked (about) 'good Christian morality is
willing to see young people killed and maimed to increase
his oil stock portfolio. This is not any kind of morality.
If these are the best and brightest our country has to
offer...this gives my soul a deep chill.

Democrats need to do
better than Hillary Clinton

Shirley Chisholm, the first woman to actively run for
president in 1972, was asked what should her husband be
called.
"First lady" obviously would not do.
She answered, "He would be called, 'First gentleman.'"
Now, if were (Hillary Clinton) elected, (Bill Clinton) cer-
tainly could not qualify to be called any kind of gentleman.
Considering how many people really hate Hillary, I can
not understand why the Democrat Party does not find
someone decent and intelligent to back other than her.
She may be bright, but nobody ever said that she is trust-
worthy.
On the subject of the obvious alternative, I can only say
that we do not need two idiots in a row occupying the White
House.
One question that 1 have is what ever happened to the
two-party system?
I don't really see a party of the people.
Republicans are still big business. Bush has not gone
after the oil companies for their illegal price fixing and
gouging, which are illegal monopoly practices.
That was no surprise from a Republican. But would a
Democrat be any different? Are there any Democrats who
still are for the people?
I see both parties giving away our country to illegals.
Heavens, I think in the next election, Bush may be trying
to run for president of Mexico.
The tax burden of supporting illegals in schools alone is
crushing the American taxpayer. I see this as theft. Illegals
sneak into the country; most pay no taxes. They cost tril-
lions in free medical, legal and educational paid for by
Americans for Americans.
The possibility of a national health care system is an
impossibility when we are already giving billions of dollars
in free health care to illegals.
Were we to send illegals home, we could at least afford
free health care for all American children.
Why does Congress feel it is Christian to give to illegals
and deny our own children these necessities?

Liberals just can't get it right

I really enjoy your (Rants & Raves) column.
It seems like four or five years ago I first started reading. I
am not sure about that, but what I am sure about, and am
amazed at, are the number of liberals who have no idea
what they are talking about.
Seems facts, like one plus one equals two, have no mean-
ing or understanding to them, and I mean all of them.
I have never yet read one who got it right.
Very, very strange.

Feels safe under President Bush's leadership

Under President Bush, 1 personally feel safe.
My medical insurance is very reasonable with very good
coverage. I certainly don't want socialized medicine. I can-
not afford to be paying any more taxes than I am now.
Why should I pay for other people's insurance? That's
what socialized medicine is about. What's next? Commu-
nism?

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modem, the desktop
machine into one.of the
ports in the back of the


steps to set up security
looks complicated and
scary. So, some people just
skip that part.
The reality is that setting
up a new wireless router's
security is easy and just
takes a few minutes to set
up properly. It's also
something that can be
done after the fact, so if
you are running an unse-
cured wireless network, it's
not too late to go back and
activate the security
settings. The easiest way to
do that is to look at your
router's documentation
and follow the steps to
turn on the router's
Wireless Encryption
Protocol feature and
generate a key.
Each computer that
attempts to connect to the
wireless router will need to
have this key in order to
connect. This will keep
unwanted users out of
your network. Since your
machine will "remember"
a valid key, you won't have
to enter it every time you
connect.
This column is not going
into detail on how to take
these steps because every
router has a different way
of going about activating
WEP However, the basics
are the same.
The important thing to
keep in mind is that
sacrificing security for
convenience is something
you should avoid. Take the
extra time to learn how to
configure your router's
security settings even if
you've been using it
unsecured for years and
"nothing bad has hap-
pened, yet."
It's that "yet" you want to
avoid.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers over the Internet
and can be reached at
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router and then configures
the router for use accord-
ing to the instructions.
Now when he turns on
the laptop, he gets a
message that "one or more
wireless networks are
available" and within a
minute or so the new
laptop is sharing the same
high-speed-service that the
desktop machine is using
and everyone is happy.
However, nine out of 10
times there is a dark side to
this whole scenario that
can be avoided if people
would take a few minutes
more when setting up their
routers.
Often, people will ignore
the router's built-in
security settings because
it's easy to ignore and get
the system up and run-
ning. That's when they end
up having an unsecured
wireless network that
anyone else can connect to
just as easily as they did
with their new laptop.
Why is it that so many
people, who are usually
concerned about things
like identity theft .and
getting hacked, ignore the
security settings when
setting up a new wireless
.network?
Quite simply, it's because
most people will tend to
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Quick reference


guide to fine print


in car ads


If you look down at the
bottom of virtually every
car advertisement in
your local newspaper, you
will see some fine print.
Sometimes you literally
cannot read the print
because it is so small.
The disclaimers you read
below were taken from
today's Palm Beach Post. I
didn't make any of these up.
Basically what these dis-
claimers do is totally negate
the validity of the prices and
payments the car dealers are
advertising. The prices and
payments are always much
higher when you factor in
the almost invisible fine
print.
*Very short lease term and
high down payment.
Nothing sells cars like low
monthly payments. A car
dealer can make a monthly
lease payment as low as he
wants by reducing the
number of months of the
lease and increasing the
down payment. I'm looking
at an ad right now advertis-
ing an SUV for $19,999 or
just $199 per month. In the
fine print t says 27-month
lease and $3,000 down, plus
a $799 dealer fee.
Plus dealer installed
options.
The price you see adver-
tised in the paper is not the
full price. This loophole
allows the dealer to tack on
thousands of dollars in
overpriced accessories to the
price that was advertised.
*With approved credit.
The lease payment or
purchase payment you see
advertised is based on
someone with very, very
good credit. Sometimes the
ad will specify a minimum
Beacon score of 750 or even
760. An almost negligible
percent of people have a
credit score that high. This
payment gets you in the
door and then they tell you
your credit isn't good
enough to qualify for that
payment.
Advertised offer good on
select in-stock vehicles only.
Dealers often advertise just
one car at a price below their
cost. They don't pay the
salesman a commission if he -
sells that vehicle. The
chances of that car being
available for you to buy are
"slim and none." Even if the
car was still there, the
salesman would do every-,
thing in his power to sell you
a different car that he could
earn a commission on.
Owner loyalty rebate.
Manufacturers offer'
special cash rebates to
current owners of their car.
These rebates are not
available to you if you don't.
currently own that particular
make of car. For example, if
you own a Honda, and want
to buy aToyota, you don't
qualify for a Toyota loyalty
rebate.
That price you see adver-
tised won't be available.
Price ...plus, tax, tag, and
fees.
The red flag word here is
"fees." The fees these dealers
refer to is a "dealer fee"
which is synonymous for
dealer profit. Most people
think it's a federal or state tax
of some kind. It's nothing.
more than more money for'


EARL STEWART
On Cars

the dealer that is not
disclosed in the price of the
car.
* Offers expire date of
publication or may be
cancelled at any time
without notice.
This simply means that the
prices, payments, etc. you
have read have no validity
whatsoever. The prices are
not good tomorrow, but they
aren't even any good today
because the dealer can
cancel the offer without
notice.
* Not responsible for
typographical errors.
This is just one more way
for a dealer to explain why
they can't sell you the car for
the advertised price. We
don't have to honor that
price because it was a
"typographical error."
Vehicle art for illustra-
tions only.
This means that that car
you are looking at with the
really great looking wheels
might not have those wheels
on the one you buy. Or,
maybe it doesn't even have
that sunroof you see in the
picture.
Minimum trade based on
dealer list price.
The dealer list price is not
the same thing as the
manufacturer's suggest
price. Dealers add markups
to the Monroney label also
known as MSRP or manufac-
turer's suggested retail price.
They label this markup
(often on a sticker designed
to imitate the official federal
Monroney label). Dealer
markups of $3,000 and
much more are common on
such "counterfeit Mon-
roney" labels. In this case,
the dealer has marked up
the MSRP far enough so that
he can offer a minimum
$10,000 trade-in allowance.,
My advice to you is to
ignore all car dealers'
newspaper advertising.
Most car ads are designed
to "get you in the door" so
that they can sell you some .
other car than the one
advertised so that they can.''
make more money. If you
must respond to a dealer's
newspaper ad, please be '
sure you break out your
magnifying glass and
carefully read the fine print.
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.earl-
stewarttoyota.com, call (561)
358-1474, fax (561) 658-0746
or e-mail earls@earlstewart-
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Editor's note: This is the
first part of a three-part
article describing ,ne typical
day at sea on an ocean cruise.
throughout all three
parts of the article I'll
be providing lots of
tips and information about
cruise life that will, hopeful-
ly, help you out on your next
cruise.
Clip it out and save it
along with the next two
columns for your future
travel tips file.
Now, let's start by talking
about a typical morning on a
cruise.
Normally, you'd awaken
pretty early in the morning,
just so you can get a good
start on your day. After going
through your morning.ritual,
you're ready for that first cup
of eye-opening java. There
are several ways to get it.
You could have filled out
the room service card die
night before, specifying the
time you want it delivered -
voila, there's the knock on
your stateroom door with
your order. This is my
favorite option.
You could, of course, have
gone to the buffet area to
have a full breakfast, picking
and choosing whatever
among the many foods
available. This is not myi
favorite because I would


,...g 10:30 am.
If you happen to return to
S your stateroom after
breakfast, you'll find your
cabin steward has been
there and cleaned up. The
cabin is ready for Vou to
mess up all over again.
I should mention that
your cabin steward is a most
valuable resource of infor-
mation and service. He or
she will be able tp answer
_m most, if not all, your ques-
tions on the cabin, the ship
and shipboard life. The
ERIC MASCARENHAS steward will be happy to
Travel columnist satisfy many of your needs
and wants aboard ship. So,
usually overfill my plate and do use his or her services,
suffer that bloated feeling all and do remember them
morning long. when it comes to gratuity
Instead, after coffee, I time.
usually take a brisk walk Now, I'm ready to do
round the promenade deck, whatever I want to.
several times, until breakfast The daily program sheet,
service starts in one of the which had been placed on
main dining rooms. This is my bed the night before, lists
my favorite; I like to enjoy a all of the activities, their
leisurely quiet meal while times and locations on the
being served by the waiters ship.
and busboys, and chatting You can choose to:
sociably with new table Lounge by a pool (there
mates each morning, are more than just one).
Breakfast is open seating so Join an exercise group.
you can sit wherever you Go to the gym.
choose. I prefer this instead Stroll the decks, watch-
of "schlepping" my own food ing the wide open ocean.
and fighting the crowd at the Participate in some of the
buffet restaurant. pool-side games.
I'm done with breakfast Pick a comfy lounge
anywhere between 8:30- chair and curls up with that


good book you brought
along.
Play cards.
Go to the theater to hear
about shopping and ports of
call.
Play bingo, shuffle board,
ping pong or basketball.
Shop in the ship's arcade.
Relax at the spa. Try one
of their many services, such
as massage, saunas,
whirlpools, hair styling,
manicures and pedicures.
By the way, all spa services
and activities cost extra.
Also, when you're at sea,
the casino is open and a very
popular location. It's not one
of my favorite places .
because it's smoky and the
chances of losing your shirt
are quite high. Besides, after
that filling breakfast, I'm all
for a nap before lunch,
which should be starting
shortly.
I'll write about a typical
afternoon on an ocean!
cruise in the second part of
this series describing one
typical day on an ocean
cruise.
Look for part two Oct. 5.
Eric Mascarenhas is a
travel consultant with '
Gadabout Travel in Sebast-
ian. Call him at (772) 589-
0633. Gadabout also has an
office in Melbourne, (321)
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smarter. They are more
aware of law enforcement
being out there," said Detec-
tive Spector.
Officials are proactive in
their pursuit of Internet
sexual predators year-
round on the Treasure
Coast. However, during
Operation Safe Summer,
law enforcement devoted
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crimes against minors,.
partly because authorities'


are aware that children
and teens have more time
to spend on computers
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School
From page A4


explain to people.
"I don't understand the
formulas at all," he said.
"There doesn't seem to be a
lot of tangible things to put
your hailds on if you're a
person in the community
who's dependent on the
construction industry."
A few people did,, however
speak out in favor of the
interlocal agreement, with
most blaming the resistance
on developers.
Commissioner Susan Val-
liere said she needed "a lot
more information" on how
the agreement might affect
Indiantown and wanted
assurances that the school
board would share the cost
of legal expenses if the
agreement were challenged


in court.
Commissioner Sarah
Heard 'resisted the idea of
postponing the agreement,
especially after hearing the
sci6dol ,board has already
signed it.
"It's not my business to
ask the school board to
reconsider their motion,"
she said.
Commission Vice-Chair-
man Doug Smith ultimately
made a motion to postpone
approval of the agreement
for at least 30 days in order.
to ask the school board and
the Stuart City Commission
to participate in a public
hearing in Indiantown.
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Helen Krivok
'Helen Krivok, 91, of Stuart,
died Sept. 2, 2007, at Trea-
sure Coast Hospices in Stu-
art.
She was born in Cleve-
land, and was a resident of
Stuart, for 29 years, coming
from Mentor, Ohio.
She worked at the Lake
County, Ohio Sheriff's
Department for 27 years and
volunteered at Martin
Memorial Hospital for 25
years.
She was a member of St.
Joseph Catholic Church.
She is survived by her lov-
ing husband of 69 years,
Norman B. Krivok of Stuart;
a daughter, Carolyn (Krivok)
Hogan of Phoenix, Ariz.; a
son, James N. Krivok of Stu-
art; three grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions
may be made to St. Joseph
Catholic Church, 1200 E.
10th Street. Stuart.
Arrangements were han-
dled by All County Funeral
Home & Crematory, 1010
N.W Federal Highway, Stu-
art.

Germaine A. Dalpe
Germaine A. Dalpe, 73,
died Aug. 27, 2007, at her
residence in Stuart.
She was born in Black-
stone, Mass., and was a resi-
dent of Stuart for 19 years,
coming from Bellingham,
Mass.
She was a member of the
Cedar Point Women's Club
and was a member of the
Florida's Teacher Associa-
tion.
She was preceded in death
by her ex-husband of 31
years Gerald V Dalpe; and
her parents, Antonio and
Lillian (Peloquin) Lefebvre.
She is survived by her a
son, Dale Dalpe of Belling-
ham, Mass. and one grand-
child.
Arrangements were han-
dled by All County Funeral
Home & Crematory, 1010
N.W Federal Highway, Stu-
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Rose Margaret
Mathura
Rose Margaret Mathura,
92, of Stuart, died Aug. 29,
2007, at Martin Memorial
Medical Center in Stuart.
She was born in Washing-
ton, Pa., and was a resident
of Stuart for 60 years, com-
ing from Washington, Pa.
She was a member of the
Martin Memorial Wellness
Center gym.
She was preceded in death
by her husband.of 31 years,
Randolph Mathura; three
brothers, Bill Miller, Jack
Miller, and Eddie Miller; and
her parents,
William and Rose (Davis)
Miller.
She is survived by a son,
Randolph E. Mathura, of
Davidsonville, Md.
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be made to St. Jude Chil-


Rants
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Remember, the cost of
Sept. I1?
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to stop saying "we" as if
they are speaking for all of
the people. They did not
have a mandate when the
Congress got the majority.

Bush's actions show
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I would like to know if
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Lydia Otero
Lydia Otero, 84, of
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2007, at Treasure Coast Hos-
pices in Stuart.
She was born in Puerto


Rico and was a resident of
Indiantown for three years,
coming from Bronx, N.Y.
She was preceded in death
by her loving husband of 50
years, Jose Otero; and her
parents, Jose and Isabel Car-
rattini.
She is survived by a
daughter, Josephine Cantori
of Indiantown; two grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.
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he past few columns
have focused on
finding and using
simple ideas to help us get
centered, balanced,
flowing, growing and
moving forward.
This column is about how
to use this new, positive
direction to overcome the
hunger, fear, anger, guilt
and sadness of the earthly,
lower will and nature. Every
person on Earth has a
divine spiritual, higher
heritage screaming to be set
free.
The gifts of spirit, which
live in the soul, help us to
live a life of love, peace,
health, abundance, faith,
vision, joy and freedom. It
all comes down to the
choices we make as we .
travel the river of life.
On a scale of one to 10,
how happy are you?
Write the answer in your
journal for future reference.
If your answer was less
than 10, what would be
needed to fill the gap?
What or whom are you
allowing to enslave you?
Everyone reading the
Spirit Guide is .on the
spiritual path (or you would
not be reading it).
The answers to these
questions are within. They
live in your spirit right now.
Our main job in life should
be to go inside, open up the
heart, relax and ask the
spirit, or the universe as we
know it to be, to send the
answers up through the
heart. Then we need to be
patient until they pop in the
mind, like little Lotto balls
popping up.
The "aha's" coming up are
our winning numbers and
thoughts.
When we surrender to the
higher will and let it guide
us, changes that seem to
border on miracles begin to
transform our lives. The
true nature of the heart is
joy and happiness. The true
nature of spirit is bliss and
supreme happiness.
The happiest people in
the world make time each
day for daily devotions. The


best time to fill up the
spiritual gas tank is in the
morning stillness before we
get on and caught up in the
merry-go-round of life.
Taking time to focus
psyches us up and steers us
in the direction of the most
important things that need
attention.
The most popular ways to
do this are reading an
inspirational story, doing
deep breathing, doing yoga,
meditating and walking in
nature.
When you honor spirit, it
will honor you back and
make your day 10 times
brighter.
Live by the supreme law
and you will begin to fill the
gap.
In life, the greatest sign of
abuse is when we allow
another person to isolate us
from spirit, family and
friends.
How can you be happy if
you are living with someone
, who wants to enslave you?
The starting point toward
freedom is to reclaim your
own heart and soul, and
refuse to live in fear or
isolation.
If your answer to the
original question is less
than 10, it is time to be
totally honest with yourself
and take a strong look at
how you truly want to live.
Here is the magic formula
for a happy life.
Take care of your own
spiritual needs first. Don't
isolate yourself from the
higher power anymore.
Surrender to it.
Let this newfound life
spirit renew you with family
and friends.
Now, with universal and
family happiness as the


foundation, dealing with
worldly affairs takes on a
whole new meaning as well.
The happiness spills over.
Isn't this the way you truly
want to live?
You can do it. The magic
formula has been living in
you since birth. Go inside,
bring it out and set it free.
Now you are living in the
light.
Take care of your own and
family needs first. Then give
back to those who inspired
and helped you along the
way. Give back. Help keep
your spiritual family alive
and flourishing. Now pass
the torch to the next
generation ready to fill their
gap and find what makes
you so happy.
Yours is now an awesome
life well lived and entirely
within your means to fulfill.
My greatest desire has now
been granted.
Yeah! The magic formula
now lives in you. The
sweetest news is that the
best is yet to come.

Soul to Soul
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Until next time, never give
up on your dream, your
purpose and your passion.
Keep on keeping on.
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Reader offers alternative recipe for English-style Trifle


Hello, smart shoppers.
Hope you had a good
week.
I received an e-mail from
Diana, an Englishwoman
who was very unhappy with
my recipe for English-style
Trifle, which I compared to
the American version.
I had received my recipe
from another English-
woman, but just like in
America, everyone does
things a little differently.
Following is Diana's
version.
Use a sparkling, cut-glass
dish. A layer of sponge cake
is placed on the bottom and
spread with red jam. Fresh
or canned fruit is placed on
top plus a little juice to
moisten the cake. Add a
little sherry.
Repeat layers until all
ingredients are used; be
careful not to use too much
juice.
Prepare an English
custard (which can be
found in packages above the
pudding in the grocery
store; I believe it's called
Bird's custard). Spoon this
over the trifle and let it set.-
Serve topped with
whipped cream and glace
cherries or chocolate
sprinkles.

Now to the column.
I'm sure many of you take
glucosamine, but did you
know that ground up shells
of crustaceans (shrimp,
lobster and crab) are the
main source for the natural


joint healer?
When I learned that, I
created a new recipe that is
enhanced by the addition of
shrimp broth.
For dessert, try my special
pie.
It was my answer to what
to do with all those broken
cookies in the cookie jar
that no one would eat. For
an incredible crust, freeze
broken cookies, any kind
and when you have enough,
blend together.
By using a butter substi-
tute such as Smart Balance,
you can make the crust
cholesterol-free.
When I first made this pie,
the recipe called for stiffly
beaten egg whites to be
folded into the filling. With
raw eggs being so danger-
ous, I've found whipped
topping is a great substitute.
The only problem with
the pie was that once it was
cut, the filling spread to fill
the space.
My family insisted 1
should do nothing to
change it, but this pie
needed a special name.
We all made several silly
suggestions.
Finally Steve, the
youngest, who was about 5,
said, "I know ... since it
squishes let's call it 'Choco-
late Squishy Pie.'"
Enjoy, see you next week!

To your health: Whole
wheat pasta is a good for
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carbohydrates.


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Grammy Guru

SHRIMP WRAPPED
IN ANGEL HAIR
(NIB) Serves two
1 pound large shrimp
1-1/2 cups water
1/2 pound angel hair
pasta, try whole wheat
1/3 cup butter or butter
substitute
1/3 cup extra virgin olive
oil
4 large cloves garlic,
chopped
1/2 cup dry sherry
1 cup shrimp broth
White or black pepper
Several sprigs Italian
parsley, chopped or 1 t
teaspoon dried

Peel shrimp, removing
black vein down back. Save
the shells. Chill shrimp until
ready to use.
To make shrimp broth:
Place shells in water, cover
and cook for 30-45 minutes.


Rants
From page A13


I. received my projected
tax bill.
My taxes are almost four
times what my next door
neighbor's taxes are.
His house is accessed
higher. He has no mort-
gage. He has big bucks in
the bank.
I have a mortgage, no
money in the bank, next
to no income, and am
even older than he is.
No 'wonder people are
not coming to Florida.
They don't want to carry


the tax burden of those
who were here longer.
He explained that it is
because his taxes cannot
increase more than 3 per-
cent per year and that his
taxes are based on when
he bought the house, 30
years ago.
' This new change (in tax
laws) even dropped his
taxes more.
Therefore, I, who am
unemployed, have less
income, no savings and a
mortgage (must) subsi-


dize his house.
I believe that all taxes
should be based on cur-
rent market value. If you
have a hardship case, like
an elderly person on a
limited, fixed income, that
can be addressed on an
individual basis.
As it is, this is not fair
and equitable, nor will it
encourage others to come
to Florida and relieve the
glut of houses ,standing
empty on the market.


This can be done earlier in
the day.
Begin cooking pasta in
boiling, lightly salted water.
Meanwhile, in a deep
skillet with a cover, melt
butter with oil.
Add garlic and cook until
golden. Add shrimp broth
and sherry.
Bring to a high boil and
reduce slightly. Add a few
shakes of pepper.
Using a pasta rake, scoop
pasta into skillet with sauce.
Pasta should be slightly firm
at this point. Sprinkle with
parsley; mix. Add shrimp and
cover. Cook only until shrimp
curls and turns pink.
Serve in soup bowls, add a
mixed salad and enjoy this
delicious treat.

CHOCOLATE
SQUISHY PIE
Serves six or more
Crust:
Leftover cookies, all kinds,
1-1/4 cups, crushed
1/2 stick butter or 1/4 cup
butter substitute, melted


2 tablespoons sugar
1/4 cup chopped nuts,
optional
Mix first three ingredients
together and press into a 9-
inch pie pan. Sprinkle with
chopped nuts. Press in.
Bake at 375 degrees for 8-10
minutes. Cool.

Filling:
By using low-fat or fat-
free milk and whipped
topping you can make this
a low-fat dessert.
Note: Follow my direc-
tions, not those on the
package of pudding.

1 (4-serving) package
chocolate pudding, cook
and serve, not instant
1-3/4 cups milk
1 cup whipped topping
Chocolate shavings or
sprinkles
Mix pudding and milk
together, cook until pud-
ding comes to a full boil
(the microwave method is
great). Cool completely.
Fold in whipped topping.
Pile into shell and top


with, more whipped top-
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chocolate shavings or
sprinkles.
By the way, chocolate
sprinkles are fat-free!

Let's talk: Arlene Borg,
the Grammy Guru, is
available for talks from
south Vero to Hobe Sound.
Call (772) 465-5656 or (800)
823-0466.
NIB: When a recipe is
not in Mrs. Borg's cookbook
it will have (NIB) next to the
title.
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Blvd. No. 149, Port St. Lucie,
FL 34984.
Check, Visa, MasterCard
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belated happy Labor
Day, and I hope everybody
enjoyed it.
It is so hard to believe
That the official summer
season is almost over and
we are already homing in
on the fall and winter
season. In fact, it is almost
time to start planning a fall
planting strategy. During
'the coming weeks, we will
have lots to talk about with
the arrival of fall mums,
poinsettias and Christmas
*cactus, among others.
For now, it is time to start
getting your yard in shape
Sfor the cooler days and
nights that we will enjoy in
the coming weeks. One of
my favorite plants to start
the fall season with are


colorful roses.
Roses can be successfully
planted in either containers
or in the ground. In either
case, the plants should be
in well-drained soil in a
sunny location.
If you plant these treas-
ures in the ground, be sure
the soil drains well. Dig a
hole about 15-18 inches
wide and 18-inches deep.
Put a layer of gravel on
the bottom of the hole to
allow for drainage. The
same would apply if you
plant your roses in a
container.
The next step is to
prepare the soil. You should
use a mix of a good quality
potting soil with around
half the mixture composed
of organic matter such as
mulch or peat. You can also


in the prepared hole so the
top of the soil layer on the
plant ball is the same level
as the surrounding soil.
Fill the gap underneath
the plant with the prepared
soil mixture. Now, fill the
gaps around the remaining
parts of the plant and pack
down lightly. You are now
ready to water.
Once the roses are
planted and bursting with
color, you will need to do
some basic maintenance to
keep them lush and
colorful. Since we live in
such a humid climate,
certain diseases such as
black powdery mildew and
black spot can both be a
common problem. Both are
easier to control if you
prevent them happening in
the first place. Once


established, both are very
difficult to get rid of.
Although there are many
products on the market
that are used for disease
control on roses, Orthenex
reigns as the king. The
product controls not only
diseases, but also insect
infestation.
If you are interested in an
all-natural cure for fungus,
try baking soda. You carn
add ordinary baking soda,
at the rate of 3 teaspoons
per gallon of water, and a
small amount of mild dish
detergent to create a spray
solution. This will work as a
preventive measure, but
will not work well if an
infection is present.
Don't make your mix too.
strong, because damage to
your roses could result.


Roses are heavy feeders
and like a supply of food.
Feed your roses once a
month with a good quality
commercial rose food.
Always follow label direc-
tions carefully.
Also, do not put your
plants in the line of fire of
sprinklers because it will
keep your leaves wet, which
can cause some of the
fungus diseases described
earlier.

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 avail-
able to answer plant
questions at Sears Essentials
in Stuart.


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Fellowship bible
study
Calvary Chapel Stuart is
offering a home fellowship
bible study and prayer every
Thursday night at 7 p.m. at
7978 S.E. Orchard Terrace,
Hobe Sound. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 546-0750.

His Love Church and
Ministries
Newcomers are welcome
to participate in the "Going
Through the Bible" Series
offered by In His Love
Church and Ministries. In
His Love Church and Min-
istries holds services at
Hobe Sound Community
Center but the weekly Going
through the Bible Series is
held at various locations.
For this week's location or
information please call (772)
545-9778.

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His Love Church and Min-
istries holds a Sunday Night
Revival Service.
Pastor Jeff and Evangelist
Mary Williams invite the
community to join them
every week at 7 p.m.
In His Love Church and
Ministries, ministering love,
acceptance, and forgiveness
in Christ Jesus, holds servic-
es at Hobe Sound Commu-
nity Center, 8980 Olympus
Ave, Hobe Sound.
For additional informa-
tion please call the Church
office, (772) 545-9778.

Monday Morning
Prayer Walk
Start the week by joining
Evangelist Mary Williams of
In His Love Church and
Ministries for a prayer walk
every Monday morning at
7:15 am. Walkers are invited
to meet at Hobe Sound
Community Center where
the church holds services
every Sunday.
The Center is located at
8980 Olympus Ave, Hobe
Sound.
For additional informa-


tion please call the Church
office, (772) 545-9778.

Celebrate Recovery
Ministry
Meetings are held at The
Grace Place 1550 S.E. Saler-
no Road, in Stuart, every
Tuesday night. BBQ begins
at 6:15 pm and the meeting
starts at 7 pm. Celebrate
Recovery is for anyone who
has a hurt, habit or hang-up.
A large group meeting is
held from 7-8 p.m., then
small groups from 8-9 p.m.
Small groups offered are:
Men's addictions, men's
issues, 'women's addictions
and women's issues. The
evening concludes with
dessert and fellowship. For
more information, call (772)
287-6388.

Global Heart Spiritual
Center
,Everyone is invited to this
non- denominational week-
ly service held at the Lang-
ford Park on Indian River
Drive, in Jensen Beach.
Meditation starts at 9:45
a.m. Weekly service starts at
10 a.m. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 332-0074.


Calvary Chapel
LStuart to start two
services
Calvary Chapel, located at
5122 S.E. Federal Highway,
Concord Square, will hold
two services: one at 8:30
a.m. and one at 10:45 a.m.
Each service will have youth
and children's ministry. The
church will continue its 10


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Sister Sandpaper
If you have a question or
concern Sister Sandpaper
will help you find the bibli-
cal answer. Read her column
on-line at
inhislovechurch.org; submit
your questions on-line or by
mail to Sister Sandpaper,
EO. Box 1142, Hobe Sound,
FL 33455.
See the response on-line
or for a personal response
enclose a' stamped self-
addressed envelope.

Evangelism Club
Everyone is invited to the
body of Christ evangelism
club meeting to be held the
second Saturday of each
month at 2 p.m., at Hobe
Sound Community Center,
8980 Olympus Ave., Hobe
Sound.
Bring your favorite tracks
to trade as well as any testi-
mony. Meetings are open to
all denominations and
believers that have a love for
evangelism and wish to
learn more.
For additional informa-
tion, please call (772) 545-
9778 or visit
inhislovechurch.org.

Help wanted for
anniversary
celebration
In His Love Church and
Ministries is looking for vol-
unteers to assist with their
upcoming anniversary cele-
bration.
The church will celebrate
their second anniversary the
first weekend in October
with an afternoon filled with
funm games, great music, and
terrific food. Volunteers are
needed to assist with many
activities in the plans.
To help, call (772) 545-
9778.
In His Love Church and
Ministries holds services at
the Hobe Sound Community
Center, 8980 Olympus Ave,
Hobe Sound.
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get an early start so you will
call the doctor or make an
appointment for that
mammogram you've put
off.
In the last two years, I
have shared personal
experiences with you in the
hope that they would make
some very scary things less
scary.
Breast cancer is one of
those things.
I have discovered that
there are two experiences
that women mention that
they feel they'd rather die
than experience.
One is breast cancer and
the other is violent sexual
assault.
I have experienced both
and I am here to tell you
that life is better than either
alternative.
I have had the opportuni-
ty to make decisions that
saved my life, not once, but
twice. What a blessing to
find out what you're made
of!
Women fear breast cancer
and violence, both for what
they do know about those
experiences and what they
don't know.
We all know women
who've had breast cancer
and many of us know
women who've died from it.
Every time you hear of a
death from breast cancer,
you personalize it. If the
woman was your age, you
worry. If the woman was
older, you worry about your
mother; if she was young,
you grieve for a life lost -
and you worry about your
daughter, your granddaugh-
ter, your niece.
Even if you know a lot of
survivors, you know that the
fight was a struggle. No one
will deny that.
With sexual assault,
especially with a weapon,
the danger is much more
immediate. You don't have a
lot of time to ponder your
options, as you do with
breast cancer, and there is
no second opinion.
I remember, as the man
held the knife to my throat,
that I didn't want to die on
the laundry room floor. It
seemed so ordinary. I also
knew that this man was not
going to decide if I lived or
died.
I decided that I was the
one who was armed,
because I had a brain, and
he didn't seem all that
bright.
In the end, I grabbed his
glasses, and using a trick
learned from reading old
mysteries, threw everything
in the room in his path.
Someone heard the
commotion and shouted.
The guy ran and was
never caught.
It was after this happened
that I heard some say they'd
rather die than be attacked.
I knew that wasn't true. I'd
only been married four
months. I wasn't ready to
die.
The same thing is true


SHELLEY KOPPEL
Alive and Well


with breast cancer.
No matter how hard the
struggle, how difficult
things got, when I despaired
most, I considered the
alternative.
Life was always the better
choice.
I also remembered those
who didn't really have a
choice; they were killed by
their assailant or by their
disease.
I was lucky. I lived to fight
another day.
I hope you will use
October and every month
- to remind that friend, or
you, to get that mammo-
gram that's been put off too
many times or to do that
self-exam, because you may
find the lump whose early,
detection will save your life,
as it did mine.
I have been given the rare
opportunity to start anew
not once, but several times.
I am trying to make the
most of it. I hope that you
will, too, by being a hero to
your family.
Confront your fears about
breast cancer and get that
check-up or that mammo-
gram.
If you're older than 50, get
q colonoscopy, too.


Fight the fear.
The Department of
Health Florida Breast and
Cervical Cancer Screening
Program provides low-cost
or free screenings for
women ages 50-64 who are
uninsured or underinsured
and are at or below 200
percent of the federal
poverty level. The screen-
ings include a clinical breast
exam, Pap smear and
mammogram. Women
whose cancer is detected
through this program may
be eligible for treatment as
well, if they meet eligibility
guidelines.
If your county doesn't
have a local program,
contact your local hospital.
They may have a breast
health navigator, who can
help you find low-cost or
free options. You can also
contact the American
Cancer Society or Susan. G.
Komen Foundation for
help.
You don't have to fight
alone.
For information about the
state program, visit
www.doh.state.fl. us/Fami-
ly/bcc/medicaid.html or call
(800) 451-2229.
For information about
breast cancer, visit the
American Cancer Society
Web site at www.cancer.org
or call (800) 227-2345, or the
Susan G. Komen Breast
Cancer Foundation at
www.komen.org, (800) 462-
9273.
Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine and a
member of the National
Association of Science
Writers. Send questions by e-
mail to skoppel@bell-
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Treasure Coast Scene
Cast announced
for 'Cinderella'
Shiloh Theatrical Produc-
tions presentation of "Cin-
derella," from Nov. 28-Dec.
2 at the Lyric Theatre, will
feature Joie Murray as Cin-
derella, Mark Fetterly as the
Prince, Jim Trainer as the
King, Sandi Hellstrom as
the Queen, Victoria Goulet
as the Stepmother, Shane
Blanford and Travis Eaton
as the Stepsisters, Ruby
Lynn Baker as the God-
mother and Bradley Single-
ton as the Herald. Jami
Dolan is the director/cho-
reographer.
Tim the Dairy Farmer
mines humor in milk
Tim Moffett, a dairy
farmer from Bradenton,
finds %humor in everyday
thiilgs, and when he per-
forms at Groucho's Come-
dy Club at Club Med in Port
St. Lucie on Sept. 14-15,
opening for "The Disgrun-
tled Clown," he'll talk about
what it's like to do stand-up
all evening and come home
at 2 a.m. to milk the cows.
He says that he got into
comedy because he wasn't
good at karaoke.
"I try a lot of my jokes on
the cows and they laugh
about like the audience,"
he said. "Growing up on a
farm, I never raised a pet I
didn't eat."
The Liberty University
graduate does a lot of cor-
porate work for sponsors
like John Deere and he's
opened for country acts
including Craig Morgan
and comics like "Larry the
Cable Guy."
He divides his time
between farming and com-
edy, depending on "how
many cows had calves that
day." His humor, he says, is
not just about farm life.
"It's about- tourists and
love-bug season. I'm a
happy-go-lucky Florida
farm boy who might show
up on a John Deere tractor.
It's basically clean and it's
funny. I ain't going to lie to
you."-
You can check out clips on
Tim Moffett's Web site,
www.timethedairyfarmer.c
om, or come to see him at
Groucho's.
Barn Theatre
announces auditions
The Barn Theatre in Stu-
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South Fork High School ,
graduate Tony DiTerlizzi
with co-author Holly
Black. Their new book, -
'Beyond the Spiderwick .
Chronicles: The Nixie's" . '
Song,' will be launched
on Sept. 18 atthe
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Tony DiTerlizzi returns to his roots


BY SHELLEY KOPPEL
Entertainment writer
Tony DiTerlizzi is having a very
good year.
His first child was born three
months ago, his new book, "Beyond
the Spiderwick Chronicles: The
Nixie's Song," written with Holly
Black, is being launched at the Blake
Library on Sept. 18, and a Paramount
and Nickelodeon movie, "The Spi-
derwick Chronicles" will be released
in February 2008.
When the South Fork High School
graduate returns home in September
to see his family, launch the book


STAR SCOPES
I James Tucker


Week of 09-14-2007
Aries-March 21-April 19 .
Your mind, heart and spirit are all working in har-
mony as we move into the fall. This is a good sign.
Continue to listen to and trust the deeper urges
before making decisions. They are your best.
Remain calm in the face of challenges. You have
survived the toughest times. The best are just
ahead. Victory is coming soon.
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Your inner strength, good nature and strong vision
continue to bring hope and healing to your life
and relationships. Your happiness is measured by
the joy you feel in your heart. Increase the joy.
Others around you are ready to learn, change and
grow. Your ideas are sound. Your future is bright.
Just be patient and keep trusting.
Gemini-May 21-June 21
Mars in Gemini continues to give you extra protec-


and attend his 20th anniversary high
school reunion, he'll have a lot to talk
about.
He spoke recently by phone from
his home in Amherst, Mass.
"The Spiderwick Chronicles" tells
the story of Simon, Jared and Mallo-
ry Grace amidst a world of fairies,
trolls and goblins.
For Mr. DiTerlizzi, the fantasy
world is a familiar one.
"As a kid, I was often reprimanded
for daydreaming," he said.
"I forged (the dreams) into my
reality. My mom told us that if you
believe in something long enough,
you can make it happen. It's the


power of the imagination. I always
imagined big. I was reading Tolkien
and playing 'Dungeons and Drag-
ons.' A lot of my heroes, like George
Lucas and Jim Henson, had huge
imaginations. I wondered if I could
come up with my own things and
make them real; for me, the medium
was books. I wrote my first fantasy
guide when I was 13 years old. I
never thought it would become "Spi-
derwick."
Mr. DiTerlizzi, who has a degree
from the Art Institute of Fort Laud-
erdale, says that his love for the natu-
) See SPIDER, B3


tion. When your strong instincts speak, trust them
and take action on the ideas that pop up. You will
see positive results when you do. You know what
is best for you. Refuse to let negative attitudes try
to control you and hold you back. You have come
so far.-There is still a ways to go.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
You deserve the best because you give the best.
Your good judgment is well known. You want
everyone to be treated fairly. Other wonderful
assets are love of family, loyalty and good friends.
You handle all these responsibilities so easily. You
are also forgiving. Maybe we all should take life
lessons from you.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Venus in Leo gives you an emotional edge right
now. Keep your heart open. Find a way each day
to let others know how much you love and appre-
ciate them. It all comes back multiplied, you know.
Emotional well being is the foundation and moti-
vation for family, spiritual and universal growth.
Looks like a lot more is on the way.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 22
Your mind is clear. Your heart is open. This is your
time of the year to shine. You know what you
want. It's time to take action and bring new ideas
into reality. You are one of the strongest, wisest
souls in the zodiac. Use this wisdom and you will
continue to amaze everyone who comes into your
energy field.


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and all will be well.
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You have a strong sense of talent and purpose.
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cutting edge. This makes your life a journey and
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the newfound good. Stay focused.
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rock and pop, comedy, jazz,
international performers
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thing for almost every taste.
The Beatles are represent-
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Cray performs on Oct. 21
and Lyric favorites 3 Red-
neck Tenors bring their
wonderful voices and.visual
humor to the Sunrise on
Nov.24.
Singer Jose Feliciano is up
on Dec. 12 and Four Bitchin'
Babes bring their mood-
swinging musical revue,
"Hormonal Imbalance" on
Jan. 12, 2008.
Comedian D.L. Hughley
takes the stage on Jan. 20,
the Pink Floyd Experience
rolls in on Feb. 8-9, the
Smothers Brothers arrive on
March 5, Canadian violinist
Natalie MacMaster brings
her Celtic/rock/jazz sounds
on March, 14, Rock and Roll
Hall of Famers the Four Tops
appear on March 19 and
"One Night, of Queen"
comes to town on April 20.
Jazz is represented too,
with the Preservation Hall
Jazz Band on Jan. 15, local
favorite Doc Gruber & the
Mudcats on Jan. 26 and the
Dave Brubeck Band on Feb.
3.
Among the international
companies are the Ballet
Folklorico de Mexico, Tango
Buenos Aires, Anuna: Celtic
Origins, the Vienna Boys'
Choir, Peru Negro, Momix,
"The Magic of Ireland, "
African Footprint and Ballet
Hispanico.
For the family, there is "A
Christmas Carol" in Decem-
ber, The New Shanghai Cir-
cus, "James and the Giant
Peach," and Cirque Odyssey.
Broadway will be repre-
sented with "Peter Pan: The
High-Flying Musical," and
Steve Solomon's comedy,
"My Mother's Italian, My
father's Jewish, and I'm in
Therapy."
"I am pleased that, given
only two months to plan,
that there is something for
everyone," Mr. Wilkes said.
"I am pleased at the diver-
sity and other shows will be
added as the season pro-
gresses. Planning the sched-
ule has been a challenge as
most places would have had
the season well-booked
already."
He says that there are
changes that the public will
notice almost immediately.
"We have volunteer ush-
ers and ticket takers for the
first time," he said.
"We will also have a sea-
son brochure ready in the
first week of October, and a
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 15
*Everyone is welcome to a
praise dance concert at New
Testament Faith Church,
862 S.W Glenview Court,
Port St. Lucie. The free con-
cert is at 6 p.m. Call (772)
336-9999.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 16
*Westfest at Tradition Town
Square presents R &B, rock,
and funk trio Soul Rebel in a
free concert. The fair runs
from 5:30-9 p.m.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 18
*Illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi
and author Holly Black will
launch their new book,,
"Beyond the Spiderwich
Chromicles: The Nixie's


Song," at the Blake Library
at 7 p.m. Call (772) 221-
1403.

Bars and Clubs

FRIDAY, SEPT. 14
*Beef, O'Brady's, 327 S.E.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie. 17721 871-7505 and
10457 U.S. 1, Port St. Lucie,
(772) 331-0373, present
rotating l ive entertainment,
Thursdays-Saturdays.
*Bogey's & Stogey's, 1032
S.E. Puor St. Lucie Blvd., Port
St. Lucie, Karaoke with Den-
nis, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. (772)
337-7778. 4
*Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort
Pierce, Solid Gold, 6 -10 p.m.
(772) 460-9014.
*Conchy Joe's Seafood, 3945
N.E. Indian River Drive,


Jensen Beach, Reggae by
Rainfall, Friday and Satur-
day, 8 p.m. to midnight.
Thursday and Sunday, 7-10
p.m. (772) 334-1130.
*Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E
Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen
Beach, Stoney & the House
Rockers, 8 p.m.-midnight.
(772) 225-3444.
*Good Times, East Port
Plaza, Port St. Lucie, Brokin,
Friday and Saturday, 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, The Disgruntled
Clown and Tim the Dairy
Farmer. Show at 8p.m.; tick-
ets are $12. Reservations
suggested. (772) 419-0302.
*Hemingway's/ Stuart
Lanes, 1580 S. Federal High-

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for their first showcase, entitled "Per-
spectives." It will feature two one-act
plays, "Laundry and Bourbon" and
"Lone Star," both written by James
McLure. The companion pieces are set
in Texas and give the ppint-of-view of a
wife and her two friends and then of a
husband, his brother and a friend.
The casting call is for three men and
three women in their mid-thirties.
"Laundry and Bourbon" will be directed
by Linda West and Ray Eliot-Rice will
direct "Lone Star. The show dates are
Oct. 19-21.
For more information, call Linda West


at (772) 878-4279 or (772) 708-2032.

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Purchase a ticket at the Elliott Muse-
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Coastal Center and you will get an
admission ticket to the other facility, as
well as a bonus free pass to the House of
Refuge on Hutchinson Island. The pro-
motion runs through September.


Spider
From page B1


ral world infuses his work.
You can see that love and
care in "Arthur Spiderwick's
Field Guide to the Fantastic
World around You," pub-
lished in 2005.
"I'm a natural history nut
and I loved incorporating
natural history," he said.
"Kids are so much more
savvy and have so much
more information, and the
books on goblins had to
reflect that. I take almost an
analytical approach. I don't
think kids want to be pan-
dered to. I wondered if I
could re-invent goblins and
fairies and make them cool
for a 21st century ten-year-
old that's played the best
video games and seen
movies that can do anything
with computer animation."
With a movie and video
games in the works, Mr.
DiTerlizzi finds the prospect
of becoming a franchise at
38 is a bit intimidating.
He and his family watched
some of the filming in Mon-
treal and he's pleased with
the result of the movie,
which stars Freddie High-
more, Mary-Louise Parker,
Nick Nolte and David
Strathairn.
"It's a strange thing," he
said.
"I'd do anything for this
project. I still am hands-on.
It started with me and it will
end with me. It's. been a
process of learning to let go
of the reins. You can't do it
all and you trust they'll get
the job done. The books will
always be the true vision of
Holly and me. You know the
movie has to change it to fit
the format, but you ask
them 'don't forget the spirit
of the books that drew you


Sunrise
From page B2
ance, starting in Novem-
ber."
Mr. Wilkes encourages the
community to become
members of the theatre and
receive early Aotification of
new shows and early access
to tickets sales.
Individual memberships
begin at $50; the member
has the opportunity to pur-
chase up to two tickets in
advance.
"We are looking forward
to having the community
come through our doors
from all over the region," he
said.
"We're hoping that people
will want to become mem-
bers, donors, corporate
sponsors and partners of
ours."
For more information
about the Sunrise Theatre or
to purchase tickets, call the
box office at (772) 461-4775
or visit the Web site at
www.sunrisetheatre.com.


in.' It has my blessing
because it retains the spirit
of the story. I can't ask for
more."
While "The Spiderwick
Chronicles" was set in New
England, "The Nixie's Song"
takes place "in Florida.
Michael DiTerlizzi and Holly
Black chose his native state
for a reason.
"If there is a place where
man is rubbing against
nature, it's Florida," he said.
"We want readers to ask
deep questions about
nature and when man
develops and interacts with
nature. At what point do you
become responsible? I don't
have the answers. If it asks
the questions and causes
kids to think about it, that's
powerful. They have to ask
their own questions. I love
that I'm able to do that for
my hometown. Growing up
in lupiter, it's not hard to
show Holly (the) woods
where I played that are now
developments. It's happen-
ing everywhere." ]
Mr. DiTerlizzi loves
returning to the Blake,
which he says was good to
him before he became so
well-known.
"It's the hometown spot,"
he said.
"It's such an awesome
feeling to go back and share
my adventures of this kid
who grew up here and ven-
tured out. It's come full cir-
cle. I'm part of influencing
another, generation. I think
the 13-year-old would be
very pleased."
Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly
Black appear at the Blake
Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey
Road, Stuart, on Sept. 18 at 7
p.m. Barnes & Noble will


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(772) 223-5048.
*The Stern House, 4110 S.E.
Salerno Road, "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, SEPT. 15
*Bogey's & Stogey's, 1032
S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port
St. Lucie, Call for perform-
ers, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. (772)
337-7778.
*Cafe Crbme, 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.
Indian River Drive, Fort
Pierce, Coffee Beans, 6-10
p.m. (772) 460-9014.
*Conchy Joe's Seafood, 3945
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*Crawdaddy's. 1949 N.E.
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Beach, Bobby & the Blisters,
8 p.m.-midnight, (772) 225-
3444.
*Groucho's Comedy Club,
Club Med Sandpiper 4500
S.E. Pine Valley St., Port St.
Lucie, The Disgruntled
Clown and Tim the Dairy
Farmer. Show at 8 p.m.;
tickets are $12. Reservations
suggested. (772) 419-0302.
*Hutchinson Island Mar-
riott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchin-
son Island, Barely Broken, 2
-5 p.m. Bob Swinton, 6 -10
p.m. (772) 225-3700.
*Johnny's Corner Family
Restaurant, Lounge &
Arcade,7180 S.U.S. 1, Port
St. Lucie, D.J. Raul, 8:30-
11:30 p.m. Call (772) 878-
2686
*Kings Head Pub, 2838 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd, Bob
Wamnes, 7-9 p.m. (772) 340-
1223.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 16
*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 features Reg-
gae by Rainfall from 7-10
p.m. (772) 334-1130.
*Crawdaddy'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 with Rainfall, 2-5
p.m. (772) 223-5048.
*Wahoo's on the Waterfront,
400 N.W. Alice Ave., in Stuart
features The Jukebox Band
from 4:30-8:30 p.m. (772)
692-2333.


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MONDAY, SEPT. 17
*Hemingway's/Stuxrt
Lanes, 1580 S. Federal HIgh-
way, in Stuart features AlI
"White Lightning" Jones
from 6:15-9:15 p.m. Call
(772) 220-2840.

WEDNESDAY,
SEPT. 19
*Hutchinson Island Mar-
riott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchin-
son Island, Bob Swinton,
5:30-9:30 p.m. 1772j 225-
3700.
*Thirsty Turtle, 2825 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, Hair Peace, 7:45 -
llp.m. (772) 344-777.1.
*Wahoo's on the Waterfront,
400 N.W. Alice Ave., Stuart,
Pat & Gigi, 6 -9:30 p.m. (772)
692-2333.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 20
-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 features Reg-
gae by Rainfall from 7 -10
p.m. (772) 334-1130.
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Jensen Beach Blvd., in
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Shakers from 7:30-11 p.m.
(772) 225-3444.
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Drive, in Jensen Beach fea-
tures Pat & Gigi from 6-10
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 21
*The Barn Theatre, 2400 E.
Ocean Blvd., Stuart, ,pres-
ents the American farce,
"The Amorous Ambassador"
by Michael Parker. The play
runs through October 7;
tickets are $20. Perfor-
mances are Wednesdays-
Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sun-
days at 2 p.m.
Mr. Parker and his wife,
Susan will present a comedy
acting workshop on Satur-
day, Sept. 22 at the theater at
10a.m.
*Actor, writer and comedi-
an Patton Oswalt appears at
the Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W.
Flagler Ave., Stuart at 6 and 9
p.m. Tickets are $42 and $38;
tickets available for mem-
bers now and non-members
Aug. 24. Call the box office
at (772) 286-7827 or order
o n I i n e
atwww. lyrictheatre.com.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 22
*The St. Lucie County His-
torical Museum, 414 Seaway
Drive, Fort Pierce hosts a
fun-filled Family Day to kick
off a special exhibit,
"Beyond the Cattle Trail."
The day runs from 10 a.m.-4
p.m. and includes re-enact-
ments, games, music and
cowboy victuals. Admission
is $5 per family for the day.
The exhibit runs through
February 2008. Call (772)
462-1891.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 28
*Colin Hay, formerly of Men
at Work, brings his new
band to the Lyric Theatre, 59
S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart, for
a 7 p.m. show. Tickets are
$35 and $30, call,(772) 286-
7827 or visit the Web site at
www.lyrictheatre.com

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um 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. Reservations
are required. Discover "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 children. 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 infor-
mation, 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 center.
Admission to the center is $8
for adults and $4 for chil-
dren ages 3 to 12. For infor-
mation, call (772) 225-0505.
Or visit Web site: www.flori-
daoceanographic.org
* House of Refuge museum
is at 301 S.E. MacArthur
Blvd., on Hutchinson Island,
in Stuart. 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 ard $42 per person
and includes beer. Duration
is 90 minutes. Call for times
and availability; (772) 209-
TRIP
* Stuart Community Band
meets every Monday from 7
- 9 p.m. at the Stuart recre-
arion center. New members
with some musical experi-
ence are welcome. For more
information, call (772) 220.
1744.
* 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 weekdays,,and from 1 to 5
p.m. on Sundays. For infor-
mation, 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. Mon-
day through Saturday and 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sundays.
Admission is free. For infor-
mation, 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 Waterfront Grille, 4290
S.E. Salerno Road, in Stuart.


Morning tours are scheduled
daily at 10:30 a.m. 1h~cost is
$20 for adltds and 16 for
children. Not recorru lended
for children underi'f6. For
information, call (772) 219-
0148.
* Steak dinner fundraiser is
scheduled' from 5 to 8 p.m.
on the third Fridav of each
month, presented by tdie
ladies of the U.S. Military
Vets Motorcycle Club. The
dinners are served at the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars Post
4194, 2464 S.E. Veterans Ave.,
in Stuart. The $12 fee
includes a salad, baked pota-
to, vegetables and. roll. For
details, call (772) 222-0014.
* Stuart Green .Market: 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sundays at
Memorial Park on East
Ocean Boulevard in Stuart.
New \endo(s are welcome.
For .ihfbrmrtion, call (772)
283-1874.
*Thursday Mingles with
Gerry: Island Bistro, 747 N.E.
Dixie Highway, Jensen
Beach. Happy hour 5-8 p.m.
entertainment by Bobby and
the Blisters. Free appetizers.
For more information, call
(772) 225-6265.
* Line dancing and two-
stepping at Hemingway's:
Lessons with Rita from 6: 30
p.m. -8 p.m. Cover $5.Coun-
try 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 Her-
cules St., next to ball field on


U.S. 1, just south of Bridge
Road. Everyone is invited.
There is no cost, but occa-
sionally 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 tennis
courts on Lost River Road.
Everyone is invited. There is
no cost, but occasionally
bringing a can of balls is sug-
gested.
* FINA 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 invited. There is a $20 fee
per meeting, or annual
memberships available. For
more information, call (772)
403-5811, or visit www.theft-
na.com.
*We Be Jammin' happens
every Thursday night
(weather permitting) at Sea
Turtle Beach on Hutchinson
Island, on A-1-A. Crafts,
food and music galore. Call
(772) 873-2981 for more
information.
To submit a calendar
event, e-mail the informa-
tion to news@hometown-
newsol.com or fax it to
(772) 465-5301. Informa-
tion must be received two
weeks prior to the publica-
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ONGOING EVENTS

*We Be Jammin' happens
every Thursday night
(weather permitting) at Sea
Turtle Beach on Hutchinson
Island, on- A-l-A. Crafts,
food and music galore. Call
(772) 873-2981 for more
information.
*Friday Fest moves 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,
children'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 permitting, at
downtown Jensen Beach.
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call (772) 334-3444.
*"The Dreamers," an 18-
piece swing band performs
from 7 to 10 p.m. the second
Friday of every month at the
Stuart Community Center,
201 S.W. Flagler Ave., in Stu-
art. The cost is $10 per per-
son and includes refresh-
ments. 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 Pro-
ductions, 881 N.E. Jensen
Beach Blvd., in Jensen
Beach. There is a $7 admis-
sion. For information, call
(772) 334-2112.
*The St. Lucie County His-
torical Museum, 414 Seaway
Drive, Fort Pierce, begins a
special exhibit, "Along the
Cattle Trail," tracing Flori-
da's cattle industry. The
exhibit starts on September
22 and runs through Febru-
ary 2008
* Stained-glass artist Rob
Rifflard,who has designed
etched glass for the Cannes
Film Festival, will be fea-
tured at the Elliott Museum
on Hutchinson Island from
now-Sept. 30. Call (772) 225-
1961 or visit the Web site at
www.elliottmuseumfl.org.


KARAOKE

*American Legion Post 40:
810 S U.S. Hwy 1, Fort
Pierce, every Sunday night
from 6-10 p.m.
*Beef O'Brady's: 327 S.E.
Port St. Lucie Blvd. (Lake-
side Center), Port St. Lucie.
A Kiss by a Rose Karaoke 8
p.m. today., (772) 871-7505
*Bogey's and Stogey's: 1032
S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port
St. Lucie, (772) 337-7778.
Karaoke by Dennis 9 p.m.
Wednesday.
*Boomer's Place: 4812 N.
Kings Highway, Fort Pierce.
Karaoke 6 p.m. Wednesday.
(772) 595-1500.
*Boozgeois Saloon: 720 S.
Federal- Highway, Fort
Pierce, Karaoke with Chris 9
p.m.-1 a.m. Saturday, Mon-
day and Wednesday. (772)
466-4255
*Charlie's Bar & Grill: 950
S.E. Indian St., Stuart,
Karaoke Sunday, Monday.
(772) 288-4326.
*The Corner Bar: 4901 S.
U.S. 1, White City, (772) 457-
0042. Dan the Man Karaoke
7-11 p.m. (772) 457-0042.
*GoodTimes: 6623 N. U.S. 1,
Fort Pierce. Outlaw Karaoke
8 p.m.-midnight Thursday.
*Hemingway's: 1580 S.E.
Federal Highway, Stuart,
Karaoke 9 p.m.-midnight
Monday. (772) 220-2840.


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*Johnny's Comer Family
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Arcade: 7180 S US 1, Port St
Lucie. Every Monday at 8
p.m. karaoke by Jimbo of
Kool Sound Music. (772)
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way, Jensen Beach, A Kiss By
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night Friday; 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Saturday. (772) 225-2695.
*Oasis Cafr: 6208 S.E. Feder-
al Highway, Stuart, Outlaw
Karaoke 9:30 p.m. today,
Saturday and Tuesday. (772)
220-1565.
*P6p-a-Top Tavern: 802 S.W.
Bayshore Blvd., Port St.
Lucie. Outlaw Karaoke 7:30-
11:30 p.m. Wednesday. (772)
879-9188.
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Dixie Highway, Fort Pierce,
Dan the Man Karaoke 9
p.m.-1 a.m. Wednesday.
(772) 464-1326.
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South Fork High School's Will Claunch (No. 52) and Jason Walsh (No. 39) kept the pressure on Westwood quarterback John Clements (No. 9) during a game at Lawnwood Regional
Stadium Thursday, Sept. 6. South Fork lost the game 16-14, giving them a 1-1 record this season.


Westwood gets 'back on the map'


BY MATT DEWHURST
Sports writer
Fort Pierce Westwood
head coach Kevin McMa-
hon knows quarterback
Isaac Virgin has a strong
arm. He also knows he is a
sure-handed receiver.
But most of all, he knows
when to use him at both
positions.
Virgin started the game
against South Fork Sept. 6
-at, tight end, watching
*sophomore John Clements
take the snaps for the Pan-
thers.
But late in the game
McMahon went to Virgin, a
junior and starting signal
caller last year. Virgin com-
pleted five of 10 passes for
86 yards and one huge


touchdown.
His 50-yard bomb to
Devondre Blakely with 2:52
remaining in the game gave
the Panthers 16-14 lead
that couldn't be. touched,
helping Westwood (1-1)
upset the favored Bulldogs
at Lawnwood stadium.
"He gave us a spark, no
question," McMahn said.
"There are the things that
Isaac can do and we want
to use Isaac when we can
do them."
The Panthers nearly
defeated Vero Beach in
week one, and with the win
against South Fork (1-1), it
seems the sometimes-for-
gotten team from north St.
Lucie County is looking to
stir up the memories of its
opponents.


Senior running back
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wood's workhorse, rushing
25 times (15 in the first
half) for 102 yards.
His consistent three-
and-four-yard gains helped
the Panthers move the ball
and keep the clock run-
ning. Against a team like
South Fork, which rarely
throws the ball, this strate-
gy worked wonders, ham-
pering the Bulldogs' ability
to do the same.
"In our heads, we were
ready to win this game. We
prepared real hard for this,"
Evens said. "We're black on
the map. We ain't losing no
more. I think it makes a
statement to all the teams
in the area that we're here
to stay."


The game remained
scoreless until 1:38
remained in the second
quarter when LaByron
Jackson stepped in front of
a B.J. Longley pass/ inter-
cepted it, and ran the other
way for a 77-yard touch-
down, giving Westwood a
7-0 lead.
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goal by second-string kick-
er Gerwich Saint Hilaire in
the third.
But on the ensuing kick-
off, Saint Hilaire didn't get
all of the ball, and .Adam
Jolly caught it short at the
35-yard line. A few moves
later, Jolly was racing to the
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"The whole thing was
unacceptable," said South
Fork head coach Dennis
Levelle. "It's not a moral
victory. We're not happy
that we almost won."
While Westwood players
rejoiced on the field with
each other, McMahon
smiled large, but remained
level-headed. Happy with
his team's performance in


its first two games of the
season, they can still get
better, he said. And they
still have a lot of work to do
before they face St. Lucie
West Centennial Sept. 14 in
Port St. Lucie. But for that
night, the moment
belonged to Westwood.
"It's just a wild ride," said
offensive lineman and cap-
tain Ian Osking. "A wild,
wild ride."


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Results of the Halpatiokee 5K


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STUART Jon Williams of
Miami powered past Palm
City's Scott Steger in the
final 200 yards to win the
sixth annual Halpatiokee 5K
Run held at Halpatiokee
Regional Park Sept. 8.
Williams, 38, covered the
3.1-mile loop course in 17
minutes, 45 seconds to cap-
ture his third consecutive
overall title. Steger, 16, fin-
ished second in 17:54 and
fellow Martin County High
School cross country team-
mate Jeffrey Jerald of Palm
City was third in 18:39.
Dale Ruby, 45, of Palm City
finished sixth overall to win
the Masters (age 40 and
over) title in 18:54.
In the women's race, Stu-
art's Brenda Wilson defend-
ed her overall title by win-
ning this year's race in 19:54,
just two seconds slower
than last year. Kara Weber-
Fleming of Palm Beach Gar-
dens finished second in
20:31, and Loxahatchee's
Toni Medvetz, 44, was third
in 22:47. Medvetz won the
Masters title for her efforts.
A total of 126 runners
completed the event, which
was sponsored by the Mar-
tin County Parks and Recre-
ation Department and host-
ed by the Sailfish Striders
Running Club of Stuart.

Results of the
Halpatiokee 5K run

Men

Overall 1, Jon Williams,
38, Miami, 17:45.
Masters 6, Dale Ruby, 45,
Palm City, 18:54.
10 and under 91, Evan
Budnyk, 10, Palm Beach
Gardens, 31:32.
Age 11-14 13, Philip
Albright, 14, Palm City,
19:47. 15. Andres Cura, 14,
Port St. Lucie, 20:18.
51. David Fowler, 14,
Tequesta, 25:31. 52. Hunter
Brown, 13, Stuart, 25:33. 56.
Collin Grill, 11, North Palm
Beach, 26:44. 61. Matthew
Hullihan, 11, North Palm
Beach, 27:02. 65. Ethan Hul-
lihan, 11, North Palm Beach,
r27:21. 66. Steven Holmes,
11, Jupiter, 27:26. 108. Joe
Burgess, 12, Singer Island,
34:59. 109. David King, 13,
Palm Beach Gardens, 35:41.
Ages 15-19 2, Scott Ste-
ger, 16, Palm City, 17:54.
3. Jeffrey Jerald, 15, Palm
City, 18:39.4. Daniel Rankin,
16, Palm City, 18:40. 5. Jason
Debish, 18, Port St. Lucie,
18:51. 7. Michael Regan, 17,
Palm City, 18:56. 11. Eddie
Cura, 17, Port St. Lucie,
19:37. 24. Andrew Forst, 15,
Palm City, 21:46. 27. Robert
Gendreau, 15, Jensen Beach,
22:05. 29. David Murray, 17,
Palm City, 22:29. 39. Daniel
Solis, 17, Port St. Lucie,
24:00. 42. Robby Sousa, 15,
Stuart, 24:08.
Ages 20-29 No Finishers
Ages 30-34 17, Ken Kan-
defer, 34, Jupiter, 20:26. 23.
Jeff Maher, 32, Stuart, 21:39.


'7i Michael Yustin, 31, Stu-
art, 28:49.
*Ages 35-39 8, Paul
Hinna, 35, Jupiter, 19:17.
37-. Chad Garland, 36, Palm
City, 23:38. 40. Chris
Thtomasson, 36, Palm Beach
Gardens, 24:01. 64. Tom
Reinert, 38, Hobe
Sound, 27:16; 88. Todd Hud-
gins, 37, Jensen Beach,
30:14. 94. Jeff Walton, 38,
Hobe Sound, 32:17.
Ages 40-44 12, Cary
Allen, 43, Hobe Sound,
19:41. 18. William Fell, 42,
Palm City, 201:28. 21. Scott
Sturtz, 41, North Palm
Beach, 21:30. 22. Rodney
Whitaker, 43, Rutledge, Ga.,
21:31. 25. Brian Masters, 42,
Vero Beach, 21:51. 46. Jaime
Bruno, 43, West Palm Beach,
24:36. 57. David Bates, 44,
Palm City, 26:45. 70. Rusty
OlBanion, 42, Port St.
Lucie, 27:37. 72. James
Taubler, 41, Stuart, 28:08.
111. Chris. King, 44, Palm
Beach Gardens, 35:43.
126. John Houri, 43, Palm
City, 44:26.
Ages 45-49 10, Roger
Travis, 49, Fort Pierce, 19:24.
26. Steve Petit, 46, Stuart,
22:00. 28. Alex Vannos, 47,
Palm City, 22:26. 33. Rick
Hughes, 49, Vero
Beach, 22:54. 36. George
Bachman, 48, Palm Beach
Gardens, 23:20. 45. Bruce
Mulholland, 49, Palm Beach
Gardens, 24:33. 47. .Rick
Freese, 46, Stuart, 24:51.
-55. Jon Blakeslee, 49, Stuart,
26:32. 89. Paul Lopitz, 48,
Jensen Beach, 30:26.
97. Robert Sousa Sr., 48, Stu-
art, 32:55. 113. Richard
Blankenship, 45, Stuart,
36:09. 117. Rob Taylor, 46,
Palm City, 37:48.
Ages 50-54 9, Mike
Dahan, 52, Fort Pierce,
19:19. 16. Chris McKinght,
52, Jupiter, 20:21. 20. Perry
Feyk, 50, Palm Beach Gar-
dens, 20:49. 30. Lee Rosen-.
blum, 53, Jupiter, 22:32.
41. David Henry, 53, Liv-
ingston, Texas, 24:07.
77. Mark Robbins, 50,
Jupiter, 28:291. 84. Terence
Weber, 50, Palm City, 29:19.
Ages 55-59 53, Mike
Chimney, 55, Jupiter, 26:24.
67. Greg Hall, 57, Jensen
Beach, 27:29. 121. Dick
McDermoti, 59, Glen Ellyn,
Ill., 40:18.
Ages 60-64 31, Wayne
Boynton, 62, Loxahatchee,
22:38. 34. Ed Ruby, 64, Fort
Pierce, 22:59. 35. Edward
Bechtold, 62, Jupiter, 23:12.
48. Ted Haburn, 60, Port St.
Lucie, 25:02. 60. Giles
Williams, 62, Palm Beach
Gardens, 26:59. 114. Steven
Silverman, 60, Boca Raton,
36:30.
Ages 65-69 54, Harry
Hoffman, Jr., 66, Stuart,
26:31. 107. Richard Bon-
ham, 69, Stuart, 34:42.
Ages 70-74 No Finishers.
Ages 75 and over -
104, Avery Robbins, 77,
Hobe Sound, 33:38.

Women

Overall 14, Brenda Wil-
son, 50, Stuart, 19:54.


Masters 32, .Toni Med-
vetz, 44, Loxahatchee, 22:47.
10 and under -
115, Mikayla Taylor, 10,
Palm City, 36:34. 116. Ryan
Taylor, 8, Palm City, 37:48.
125. Nina Houri, 7, Palm
City, 44:25.
Ages 11-14 43, Jasmine
Garvey,. 14, Tequesta, 24:25.
74. Carlie Gray, 14, Port St.
Lucie, 28:14. 99. Caitlin
OlConnor, 13, Jupiter,
33:22.
Ages 15-19 38, Gabriella
Fell, 15, Palm City, 23:58.
44. Beata Bordas, 17,
Stuart, 24:28. 68. Jillian
Brehne, 17, Palm City, 27:32.
85. Jamie Oblaczynski, 16,
Palm Beach Gardens, 29:38.
86. Alicia Trimarco, 17, Port
St. Lucie, 29:42.
106. Stephanie Adams, 19,
North Palm Beach, 33:46.
Ages 20-24 -69, Jennifer
Knoll, 24, Palm City, 27:35.
110. Heather Byrd, 23, Palm
City, 35:42. 118. Jessica Seib-
ert, 24, Jensen Beach, 38:34.
Ages 25-29 59, Kaylin
Brown, 27, Port St. Lucie,
26:54.
Ages 30-34 73, Dawn
Godwin, 34, Stuart, 28:09.
95. Holly Knight, 32, Stuart,
32:41. 102. Mandy Sukhu,
32, Jupiter, 33:28.
Ages 35-39 19, Kara
Weber-Fleming, 35, Palm
Beach Gardens 20:31. 58.
Elise Poirier, 35, Fort Pierce,
26:53. 71. Michelle Tierney,
36, Hobe Sound, 27:39.
75. Liz Ciampi, 37, Palm
City, 28:20. 78. LaDonna
Snick, 37, Port St. Lucie,
28:33. 80. Lori Vanhille, 39,
Hobe Sound, 29:02.
81. Laura Campbell, 36, Port
St. Lucie, 29:04. 90. Robin
Kudlinski, 38, Stuart, 31:12.
100. Cathy Shuley, 37, Hobe
Sound, 33:27. 101. Mandi
Roe, 39, Palm City, 33:28.
Ages 40-44 76, Nancy
OlHalloran, 42, Palm
City, 28:21. 87. Colleen
Bakels, 42, Port St. Lucie,
29:47. 96. Donna Gendreau,
43, Jensen Beach, 32:48.
98. Connie Linne, 40, Palm
Beach Gardens, 33:10.
120. Megan Brown, 43, Palm
City, 40:04.
Ages 45-49 49, Randi
Garvey, 48, Tequesta, 25:14.
50. Lynn Kettering, 48, Stu-
art, 25:19. 122. Diana
Buglion, 48, Palm City,
41:41. 123. Donna Loudici-
na, 46, Jupiter, 43:26.
Ages 50-54 63, Eileen
Youngblood, 54, Vero Beach,
27:09. 82. Marlene Kideckel,
53, Thornhill, Ontario,
Canada 29:10. 83. Pat
Almquist, 54, Stuart, 29:16.
92. Deborah Weber, 50, Palm
City, 31:51. 103. Nicci Olson,
50, Port St. Lucie, 33:28.
Ages 55-59 62, Peggy
Smith, 59, Tequesta, 27:07.
93. Patricia Unruh, 59, Hobe
Sound, 32:09. 112. Paula
Hundt, 57,. Palm City, 36:07.
119. Sandi Hellstrom, 56,
Port St. Lucie, 39:00.
124. Pearl Guthrie, 59, Palm
City, 43:28.
Ages 60-64 105, Eleanor
Hanley, 61, Palm City, 33:42.
Ages 65 and over No Fin-
ishers


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Computers revolutionize the making of golf club


he future of club
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MaUhew Dewhurst
close. Westwood nearly
escaped with a win against
mighty'Vero Beach inWeek
1, and upset South Fork in,
Week 2. Jensen has held its
two opponents (South
Fork and Jupiter Christian)
to just 14 points each. Now
if they could score a little
more...
Centennial is also back
on the football map after a
.questionable year in 2006.
The Eagles dominated Fort
Pierce Central-on opening
night, and then proved
they were no joke with a
close win last week at
Sebastian River. They have
clearly found a renewed
'focus this year and will be
one of the teams to watch
this season.
Port St. Lucie came out
opening night with a
fantastic offensive attack,
something they lacked in
2006, but fell back on their
heels inWeek 2.
Their opponent? None
other than Treasure Coast.
That's right, the Titans
are no longer the area
whipping post, beating the
Jaguars 30-22 for their first
win in school history.
Running backs Travis
Jones and Julian Valentin
are a dynamic duo that are
.sure to turn heads this
season.
And IN U, 1101 t0l gL L
about Martin County. The
Tigers are coming off one
of the most successful
seasons in recent history-
However, the team lost


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shoulders, hips and feet
lined up to the target line.
The flaws in my swing are
two-fold.
I take the club back too far
and I allow my head to slide
to the right just prior to
irnpact. The result is that I
try to compensate the shift
by flipping my hands
through impact, resulting in
some ugly hooks.
Mr. Kent suggested I
flatten out my swing and
keep my right foot more
perpendicular to the t a rgtf t
line. By doing this, I kept my
body and head from sliding.
,With all.the sensors and
software, it was easy to see if
was making the correction,
I was able to,.see that my
ball hnpact%a'%er LIOe
IL) L't-IlIt'l Of the CIL16.
However, the club'telicled to
be [oc-clown at impact.
inea 11 ing Lhat I require an
upright lie on my irons.
Next was the driver.
Myinipacts were allover
the face and my swing
speed.was too slow to hit
the ball long distances off
the tee. Fortunately, there is
equipment to help. I '
I'% v al";dN ', been a solid
pimer. and the clata hvit:
pro% ed that to be [file.
NearlN; eterNr piece of data
for each pi.ja that I hi i
the sarne.
%Vlivn we finished Lip. Mr.
Kent burned e% erydiing
-D and pr:n[ed out: a
fe%%- page'-, of informadon as
well. He then btiil[ Lhe clubs
recommended bN the


system. From there, I went
to the range to test them for
myself.
The new Burner Driver
with the recommended loft
and shaft flex made a
noticeable difference. The
ball flight was much better
than what I have seen from
my swing and distance
improved.
The irons certainly helped
with a more upright lie. My
ball flight was straighter,
and once I correct my head
movement and flatten 'my
swing, hings should get
even better '.
If I had wanted to, I could
have ordered the recom- 1
mended clubs right then. If
the timing at the factory was
right, I would have had
them by the next morming.
The future of club fitting
is here.
The pros-u' se it to make
sure they get the best results
from every swing.
As recreational golfers we
should enjoy the same
things. After all, we doift get
to play as often, so we
should demand to enjoy it
more.
For information onTaylor
Made Performance Labsi
visit www. IAIPLabs.cow or
call (407) 238-0577.

James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiastfor 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night Golf
Show on WPSL 1590-AM
radio station. 6ontact him'
atjstanimer@ypoo,.com.


JAMES STA-MMER


its incredibl\ light weight,
after a couple c,%%ings I no
longer noticed or felt an\ of
Lhe geal allaChUd to me. I
Was ready to go. , .: I- I
Fo ,cam 'rrmi,, handed me
a sL%.- iron. C0111plele %%qtll L,
,,enscir, (it it, Own. I hit a lew
b al h, a n d 111 t e n1
tecord0d a tremendous
amountbf data. The
cameras shoot 100 frames a
mlcOlld 4q,01the data:ds
immediately (I isplaNed foi
us to ,cc.
TvIr. Kent uxphdned that
the ;\ 'leril kecp- track of
e\er\ part Of \:1)Ur bodN and
th&ciuh throughout the
untireswing. 11 L-0111[)Llte,;
laUnch angle. '_,%Vil1g ';pCed.
ball -speed at impact, -swing
plane and numerOLIS ot-her
bI [S Of illf0l Ma I [Un.
The Iu5t thing %ve noticed
-%%aS thO t 111N S1.1.11CO WIS Vell,
good. Bv t-O'IdLillg [Ile
C I 01111PLIter % iew. Alr. Kent
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11 f tball fans,
f e [rOaO successful
inaugural
season, the esteemed
sports writers at Home-
town News are ready to
give you Year Two of the
Treasure Coast Top 5.
What makes our poll the
best is not just the fact that
ours is the only one in,
town, but the hours of
exhaustive research,
toiling over statistics and
hikor'ical data to giveour
readers the inoA accuratO,.
and concise in for niation
available.
We purposely wait until
three weeks of football are
said and done before we
decide who is worthy of a
spot in thelop 5. We don't
want to look silly and have
a Michigan-Appalachian
State situation on our
hands.
There is also no truth to
the rumors that any of the
Top 5 were chosen by a
coin toss or dart throw.
What is true is that after
just two weeks of the 2007
campaign, this season is
shaping up to be com-
pletely different than the
last. I .
For starters, Fort Pierce
Westwood and Jensen
Beach seem to have
solidified their defense
enough to hold opponents


John MacDonald
runninghack Brooks
Dubois this -summer with a
broken leg and Will have to
rely solely on Lyle 13ariken
bring. That strategy .
worked out gfeat in Week 1
with a 35-0 thrashing of
Sebring, hfit then power-
house Nease returned.the
favor, beatmig. the Tikers by
the same total the f6il6w-'
ing week. It will be inter-
esting when this team '
plays local competition.,
Indian River has-been
just as compelling this
season.
Last season, after
winning its first game
under'head codch Gary
Coggin _t a 10-7 victory
over Fort Pierce Central -
Vero Beach lost five games
in a row. However, four of
those losses were by five
points or less.
The Indians, righted the
ship by winning three of
their last four regular
season games, including a
thrilling 45-42 4 OT win
over Palin Beach Lakes to
earn a playoff berth.
Vero Beach would lose
that game, but the
momentum it gained'over
the final few weeks of the
season seems to have
carried into this year. After
ti I I I i lig lip %%ri di'a fain-''
shorteriedwiiii1ithe
Dollars for Scholars
Kickoff Classic against,'
Sebastian, the Indians
have opened year two of


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Martin County High School alum Lind-
say Haw was named the Atlantic Sun Con-
ference Women's Soccer Player of the
Week and Florida Gulf Coast University's
Female Athlete of the Week after leading
the Eagles to two wins at the Embassy
Suites Kick-Off Classic Sept. 1-2.
The former Tiger scored two goals in
the Eagles' 10-0 defeat of Alabama State,
and the game-winning goal against Flori-
da International University.
Her first goal against Alabama State was
also the first for the women's soccer pro-
gram at FGC.
Haw finished with three goals, three
assists nine points en route to being
named the tournament's Most Valuable


Player.
Robinson cleared
to play

Fort Pierce Westwood lineman
Luther Robinson received permission
from the Florida High School Athletic
Association to participate at Fort.
Pierce Westwood this season.
Robinson played at John Carroll last
season and participated in a practice
with the Golden Eagles this year.
FHSAA rules state that a player's eligi-
bility is based on the school where he
attends practices. Robinson, a junior,
won his appeal and is eligible to play
this year for the Panthers..
Robinson did not attend practice for
the Panthers during the appeal
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Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Stephanie Howard (No. 17 left) goes to the net for Martin County High School against
Port St. Lucie High School's Stephanie LaCorte (No. 17 right) during a match on Wednes-
day, Sept. 5. Martin County kept their unbeaten streak going with the 25-14, 25-14, 25-11
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From page B10


the Coggin regime with
two impressive wins. A
come-from-behind win
over area rival Fort Pierce
Westwood, 17-14, and a
dominating 41-14 victory
over Lake Worth has put
the Indians in serious
contention for the No. 1
spot in the poll.
Conversely, Sebastian
River has already suffered
its first loss of the season
after starting last year at 7-
0. It was the best start in
school history, but the
team fell short of its goal of
a district championship by
losing a heartbreaker to
Martin County in over-
time.
The Sharks beat West-
wood soundly, 26-6 to
reach the playoffs, but


proceeded to suffer their
worst defeat of the season
at the hands ofW.T. Dwyer.
If Sebastian River is to
hope to maintain or
improve upon its No. 3
spot in our final install-
ment of last year's poll, it
will have to win the close
games that became a
hallmark of the 2006
campaign.
St. Edward's, who
finished last season at 6-4
and the No. 5 spot in our
polls, is off to a slow start
to the 2007 season. The
Pirates fell to 0-2 after a
sloppy 20-14 loss to
Shorecrest.
St. Edward's committed
five turnovers and had
over 100 yards in penalties
in the loss, but will look to


rebound as the season hits
Week 3.
So here we are in Week 3,
with many teams looking
to get off the side and
make or break their
season.
Make sure to check out
next week's Hometown
News when we unveil our
Treasure Coast Top 5.
Matt Dewhurst covers
sports in St. Lucie and
Martin counties. John
MacDonald covers sports in
Indian River County.
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IRONING BOARD, an-
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KEYBOARD: ROLAND
synthesizer with stand
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Satellite Dish 20ft. cable
$10 772-634-0645 MC


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berry floral in good condi-
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side by side. White, great
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METAL DETECTOR,
new with case,bounty
hunter quick draw $175.
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hardware 772-287-6525
MICROWAVE:
UNDERCOUNTER $75,
Casablanca 48" ceiling
fan $25 772-643-8924
MICROWAVE: LIKE
New, Timer, Clock, 8
touch keys, Manual $50
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MIRROR: ANTIQUE gold
framing, excellent condi-
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$140 Jup 772-846-9007 '
MOVING BOXES: medi-
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OAK DINING room table
with leaf & 6 chairs
Good cond $200
561-746-6596
PAINTBALL PCS Tacti-
cal Vest $40, Hopper
V-35 $40, Egg $40 SLC
772-336-1259


Trucks
* 1 Dump Bed
* 1'98 F150


Generators
* 2 60 KW's 1 w/trailer
* 3 30 KW's


PATIO SET 54 in. glass
table w/ lazy susan, 5
chairs 2 rockers $125
SLC 772-344-6532
PATIO SET: 9 piece, 6
:chairs, 2 ottomans, cush-
ions, glass top table $150
772-879-9584 SLC
PATIO TABLE, 4 chairs,
cushions, very sturdy,
very good condition, $95
772-398-0212 MC
PLAYSTATION 2, comes
with 3 games and 2 con-
trollers, $100 IR
772-299-0265
PLYLOX FASTENERS
for hurricane 'plywood In-
stalation 2pk $20.
772-871-1223 SLC
PLYWOOD: 9 sheets,
new 4 ply 4x8x1/2 $85
772-785-7029 SLC
POOL BLANKET: Solar,
14x28 with reel and cover
$95 772-871-6574 SLC
POOL PUMP/FILTER:
1hp $1150 772-223-0788
POWER HEAD for Elec-
trolux vacuum $10 Jup
561-622-0068
PRECIOUS MOMENTS
Bundles of Joy ornament
$5 88Bday club Some
bunny cares $25
561-512-7196
PROP FOR Cobia drives
15x17 inch OMC, SS
Rebalanced, rehubbed
$175 772-546-6656


Trailers
* 1 2001 Anderson
18' Car Trailer
* 1 14,000 lb Cap
Flat Deck Trailer


Equipment
* '06 Bobcat A300


RACE CAR bed. Tyco
Blue, includes mattress.
Good cond. $200.
772-589-7956
RACKETS: RACQUET-
BALL, (3) excellent, $5
each. Paper Shredder
$10 772-334-8862 MC
RANDOR SPEED 26in
mountain bike good cond
$30. 772-781-6987
RECLINER/ROCKER
LAZY boy green, $85.00
772-334-4246 MC
REFRIGERATOR:
STAINLESS, Black
Whirlpool 2003, Excellent
$200 772-785-9394 SLC
RIMS, ALLOY: Complete
set American Racing 17",
Fits Ford 150 '04-'08
$200 772-664-4850 IR
RUNNING BOARDS,
factory running boards for
f-250 4door pickup $100.
772-785-5153
SHED, 8X10 alum new
inr box $200.
772-871-1561 SLC

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blue, 52 percent cotton,
48 percent poly. $10 MC
772-546-8986
SHELVES 4 BLACK,
broad iron, adjustable, 3
broad iron stand $50
772-878-6472
SHELVING UNIT: Stone
like. With light. $200 SLC
772-344-8958
SIDE DRAWER, antique
oak, nice carved detail
$150 772-546-0997 MC
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Corian, Never used. Koh-
ler faucet. $200 obo SLC
772-621-8293


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HVAC learning books
$40 SLC 772-340-0919
SKY LITE: Pella Thermo
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46.25"x29.25" $195 MC
772-337-1926
SOFA BED and chair,
very good condition, $150
772-871-0644 SLC
SOFA SECTIONAL,
beige. very good condi-
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$200 772-336-1999 SLC
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ctrlcntr $99 772-283-2187,
SPEAKERS, PORTA-
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new in case. black $35.
772-340-5028 SLC

STOVE, KITCHEN AID
stove Sburner flat top
w white $ 2 0 0 .
772-461-8822 SLC
TABLE, COFFEE with 2
end tables, glass/rattan
cream color, good cond.
$150 772-467-6522 SLC
TABLE: DINING or hob-
by, large 4x7 feet,
almond formica,
contemporary $50
772-878-1882 SLC
TAILGATE, 99 Dodge
pickup black $175.
772-215-1255 SLC
TELEVISION: SONY
Excellent condition, 27 in.
$200 firm 772-607-4969
TIRES: LOW Profile 4
225/45 R17, TR968- Ta-
lon, Very good condition.
$200 772-589-5377 IR


TRACK LIGHTING one
bronze and one white.
both new in box $35.each
772-285-4040 SLC
TV, 32" RCA, Ex cond,
hardly used. $130. Di-
nette. Table, round, oak,
cream finish, 4 chairs,
$50. 772-224-1474 SL
TV: JVC 32 inch color,
cable/video ready, re-
mote, mint, like new,
black $50 772-359-3887
TWIN BED, loft twin bed
frame, silver,with built in
desk and chair $100.obo
772-408-0863 SLC
TWO FRENCH Doors.
76 x 36, Wood, 15 Lite,
no holes $85.00.
772-461-2388 SLC

VENDING MACHINE: 25
cents, with three canis-
ters for candy. $130 SLC
321-638-0711
WALL MIRRORS: large
(2) $25 each Kitchen sink
SS $25 SLC
772-595-6337
WASHER & Dryer GE
good condition $165.
772-335-0289 SLC
WASHING MACHINE 1
year old Kenmore. Like
new. White. $175.
561-691-9733
WATERBED: SOFT side
Somma Queen with box
spring & frame, exc. cond
$125 772-678-9508 MC
WEDDING DRESS, long
white dress size with
removable train. $200.
772-361-4114'SLC
WELL PUMP: brand new
stainless, 1 HP. 26'
suction/w pressure tank.
$125. 772-240-6090


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772-626-1714
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Credit required. Lease/
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772-337-3317
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rectly on lake, spectacular
views. Sacrifice $105,000
Margaret Sherman, Brok-
er 772-337-3559


CBS NEW HOME: 3/2/2,
Scrn porch, 94" ceil. XL
kit, insul windows, extra
high efficient. Many more
extras. $179,000.
772-633-1839 Vero Lake
Estates. Nr 1-95 & State
Rd 512.

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Lucie County- White City
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Home with guest house
on 3+ r. ,,:,. A pornd
Zoned F 1 $750Ci
772-340-16193 .:A
772-971-1051
DAYTpNA BEACH-
LPGA 3-br/2-ba lots of
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spa, patio/wet bar,
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740-412-6530
HOBE SOUND: Re-
duced Again! 3/2/2 Hobe
Sound pool home, cul de
sac, NO HOA, newer roof
& A/C, minutes to beach.
Great schools. $247,500
Jody Dupuis, Realty In-
ternational 772-485-3467

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new appliances, walk-in
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$310,000 321-951-7750







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PALM BAY, NW 3/2/2,
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pool, built '91, 1400 sq ft.
All flooring new. $215,000
321-952-8679

PALM CITY Danforth
Subdivision on lake,
3br/2ba/2cg with Pool &
Fenced yard. Wood
floors and beautiful front
door. $489,000
772-631-6682

PB( 06' 3br/2.5/2cg+
poul Spacious scrn patio,
gourmet kitchen, Balcony,
$399,000 or lease option.
M. Bodden, Mirsky RE
'Group 561-722-6787


PORT ORANGE
REDUCED $50,000
$549,000 to $499,000

CAREER RELOCATION
OUT OF STATE.GREAT
FAMILY HOME 1673
NEW TOWN TERRACE
TOWN PARK ESTATES.
3 YRS OLD 5 BED-
ROOM, 4 BATH, OFFICE
AREA, BONUS ROOM,
LARGE HEATED POOL,
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF
LARGE LAKE, LOTS OF
EXTRAS.
CALL FOR DETAILS
386-788-4084 944-2367
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Ref# 371

PORT ORANGE 16 Acre
Estate. 2447 Tomoka
Farms Rd. 4bd/2.5bath,
2500 sq.ft. living,-Lg. scrn
pool. 2 two car garages.
3600 sq.ft. remodeled
barn with sep. living area.
Very private, gated and
fenced. Close to 1-95 and
US 92. $2,000,000.
386-334-7943

PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
encl. patio, lighted water
garden, completely re-
modeled. Close to
1-95/1-4. $227,000/ obo
407-252-8218


PORT ORANGE-
3bd/3ba/3cg, approx.
3200 sq ft., oversized
pool & scr. patio, loaded
amenities.Fireplace.
$599,000. 386-767-2299

PORT ST. LUCIE -
3/2 Promenade @
Tradition. Large
1603sq.ft. end unit, first
floor, many upgrades.
Really nice! $1,150
lease option $239,900
www.nicesthouses.com
772-232-9308

PORT ST. LUCIE 3/3/2
3,000sf U/R, 1/2 acre to-
tally updated. 128 N.
Broadview St. Possible
lease option. $189,000
772-834-8732

PORT ST. LUCIE: Town
of Tradition, 4/2/2 Herit-
age Oaks! $220,000 Jeff
Binner, Integrity Realty
772-285-3603

PORT ST. LUCIE:
Waterfront C-24 canal
3/2.5/2 with dock, fenced
yard. 1654 SW Lexington
Dr. $215K 561-289-8877
772-708-0073


ST LUCIE WEST
Magnolia Lakes, beauti-
ful 3/2/2 lakefront, gated,
clubhse, pool. Reduced
$284,500. Act now & sell-
er will pay 1st yr taxes
561-630-7792
Stuart Martins Xing
4/2.5/2 Master on 1stfl.
2745sf AC. Comm pool/
cul-de-sac lot. $369,900
Dave, Gardens Realty
Group 561-309-5533



VERO BEACH
Remodeled 2 Br/ lba,
Florida room. Corner lot,
central ac, ceiling fans,
dishwasher, wood floors,
washer/dryer in separate
utility room, carport,
shed. Convenient to
Route 60 & US1. Rose-
wood School district.
$124,000. Possible rent
to own, 772-812-1000.





Townhouse/Villas

For Sale
N. St. Lucie, 0
White City
SE Ft. Pierce Area co
Located East of US 1
CLOSEOUT SALE
NEW HOMES
Efficiency.......$67,500
Monthly PITI ......$425

2 Bedroom...$108,900
Monthly PITI ......$748

0 Down Payment
Visit or Call Today
1221 East Weatherbee Rd.
(2 biks. N. of Midway)
Larry, owner/agent
772-359-0360
FT. PIERCE: 2-br/2-ba
Large Luxury Villa, Surrey
Woods off 25th St. Gated
comm w/ pool. New car-
pet & tile. Incl all appli-
ances. For sale by owner.
$124,900. 772-349-7345
HOBE SOUND 2br/2.5ba
Heritage Ridge Golf
Comm. Community pools
screened patio, all appis,
interior repainted.
$179,000 772-485-0085
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
By Owner, fast sale.
3/2.5/2 w/office. Gated
comm. on lake, across
from ocean. Pool &
clubhouse, 2 yrs new.
$395,000 954-658-9475
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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
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell on
1.32acs. 1217SF ready to
finish. Wooded lot
w/view. E-Z financing.
Call 828-652-8700
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FORT PIERCE 1.36
acres. Can be subdivided
to build 2 homes. E of
US1 Close to beach
877-983-6600
PALM CITY- 1/2 acre
Cobblestone, On lake &
golf green, high/dry with
existing bldg pad. $199K
call Pat 561-876-1885
PORT ST LUCIE. 80 X
150 cleared lot near
shopping, parks, school,
churches. Appraised val-
ue $83K. Buy now, $60K.
772-336-3059
PORT St. LUCIE 2 lots
Side-by-side. Ready to
build, Make offer.
Motivated. Owner Agent.
Brokers protected. 954-
263-3025 954-346-2733,
SEBASTIAN standard lot
city water & sewer. High
& dry. Great location 457
Englar Dr. Must sell.
Paid $75K. Asking
$52,900. 248-802-2325




MU$T
$ELL
DISTRESS SALE 55+
dbl/w, 3/2, apple, furnished
FL rm, carport, 3 sheds,
C/A/H & gas. Reduced
to $7,500/obo. Ft. Pierce
Call after 11 am
772-489-8620
PARK MODEL '05 56x14
2-br/1-ba, large living
room, Partially furnished.
Excellent condition. Ideal
for camp. $20,000
772-260-8111
ST LUCIE COUNTY
SPANISH LAKES Fair-
ways 55+. St Lucie Coun-
ty. 2br/ 2ba, free golf,
clubhouse, pool & more.
Sacrifice $20,000.
631- 804-2733.
STUART DOUBLEWIDE
2-br/1-ba, new carport,
FL room, A/C, W/D,
carpet. furnished. Move
in condition. Close to
everything. Sacrifice.
$8000. 772-287-0403
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829 acres. 25 acre, lake,
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Horseback riding, hard
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$16,000 per acre. Owner
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* 604 NW Stanford Ln
4BR 2.SBA 2,166sf+/-.
Built 2001.
Opening Bid: $50,000
FORT PIERCE, FL
* 4200 N Ala #310-b
2BR 2BA 1 053sf+/-
condo. Buiit 1982.
Opening Bid: $50,000
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MELBOURNE, FL
* 3765 Thayer Ln
4BR 2.5BA 2,298sf+/-.
Built 2005. Approx .14ac.
Opening Bid: $50,000
CAPE CANAVERAL, FL
* 732 Bayside Dr #204
3BR 2BA 2,032sf+/-. Built
2005.
Opening Bid: $50,000
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18th at 3765 Thayer Ln,
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KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful view's! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
Lovely 4BR12.5Ba,
2400sf home on approx.
2 acres in Perry, Fla., a
small rural town approx.
50 miles SE of Tallahas-
see, Beautiful pool & pa-
tio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hottub.
Reduced- $245,000. Call
386-658-3378 or cell
386-208-2589. (fsbo)
N GEORGIA & NC
MOUNTAINS $39,900/
$69,900 Homesites,
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starting $79,900. Panor-
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N.C. Smoky Mountains,
Maggie Valley. Secluded-
cabin, grt view. Near Blue
Ridge pkwy, reservation
& casino. On' 1 acre.
Completely Furnished.
$139,000. 863-514-0259



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Ackard 772.871.67
Bayshorp 772.344.95
Savona 772 344.45
Tulip 772.344.93


Miami 3BR/2BA -
$69,00 This foreclosure
priced to sell now!
800-848-1839
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hours Outside Asheville,
NC & 30 minutes NE of
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Andrews. 550ft road
front, creek borders back
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traffic count. Great for
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investment. FSBO.
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Mile-long huge waterway.
'1100sf Cedar-sided
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NC LOG CABIN
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $185,000

NC MOUNTAINS Han-
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on 1.78 acres. Needs
work! $89,900. Great
view, easy access, pri-
vate. 1-828-286-1666
owner/broker.

NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Asheville's finest protect-
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Gated, great access, ad-
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national park. Starting
$149,500.
1-800-364-3720

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MOUNTAINS
E-Z to finish Log Cabin
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Mountain homesites 1-18
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Waterfront homesites
with 2-5 acres. E-Z fi-
nancing. 828-247-9966

NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell, 1.32acs.
1217SF ready to finish.
Wooded lot w/view. E-Z
financing. $129,900.
828-652-8700
www.FallCreekLand.com

NORTH CAROLINA:
Beech Mountain land
ski-in/ out, 100 yards
from chair lift, great spot
for log cabin. 36 acre
$139,000 Dave
1-954-295-5248.

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ski-in/out, 100 yards from
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954-295-5248

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$89,900. Beautiful gated
community, paved roads,
underground electric,
excellent location. Own-
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down 800-352-5263,
www.1800flaland.com,
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NORTH GEORGIA, Mtn
Top Home 3 levels, 30
Mile Views. Value $249K
MUST sell $219K or rent
weekly to, check out area
only $600/wk. Land value
alone $100K. The ulti-
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ment home 321-960-6408
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SOUTH CAROLINA
Almost 3 acres, excel-
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ly wooded, high land.
Fronts paved road, no
Impact fees. Low
taxes/insurance.
$27,900 Owner financ-
ing 803-473-7125
ST. MARY'S W. VA. 83
acres w/ woods, valley,
overlooking Ohio River.
Property has 5 bay ga-
rage, office w/ bath,
many possibilities, new
survey, $189,900. Own-
er financing.
740-489-9146 .

TENNESSEE 476+/- ac
with a majestic bluff line
Atop the beautiful cum-
berland plateau. Excel-
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931-946-2697.

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TENNESSEE
Chattanooga
Scenic Cove Farm
300 acres
Marion County,
Excellent views, City
Water, 'Paved Road, Will
divide $1,750,000 Brad
Carter 423-942-2391 Dan
Carter 423-255-6704
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TENNESSEE #1 REAL
ESTATE Market, Devel-
oped 1-6 acre homesite.
Waterfalls, lakes, golf,
white water rafting,
horseback riding. Owner
financing homesites from
$145/mo. 888-811-2168
TENNESSEE ACRE-
AGE 2 Acre mountain-
top homesite w/ breath-
taking vistas, woods,
paved roads, utilities
and river access. Beau-
tiful, Near Chattanooga
$39,900 Owner Financ-
ing. 866-550-5263

TENNESSEE ACREAGE
Gorgeous 2 Acre Moun-
taintop Homesite
w/woods. Paved roads,
utilities, river access.
Beautiful, near Chatta-
nooga $39,900. Owner
Financing. 330-699-1585

TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE
50 acres. Near French
Broad River. Subdivided
Into 7 large lots. Lots of
clearing done.
$2,200,000. Cindy Bush
Rocky Top Realty
865-556-4830
cindyrtr@bellsouth.net

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$200/down, $145/mo. 30
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House, 1400 sq ft. Great
location. $544,000
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Commercial Lots. Side by
side corner location in
Oslo commercial park.
100x100 total, 100%
cleared/fenced & shell
base. County water
hooked up & paid for on
property. Great new busi-
ness location/storage etc.
$149,000 for both
772-633-2000



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1600 sq ft. Prime Loca-
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772-528-3507



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FT. PIERCE: room for
rent by the week. Share
house, kitchen priv.
includes cable & A/C
$125/week, + 125
security. 772-332-6941
PORT ST LUCIE Share
beautifully furnished Tra-
dition home. 3br/3ba with
pool. Utilities included.
$625/mo Call
772-418-7181
PORT ST LUCIE- free
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Includes laundry, kitchen.
800sqft. $600/mo F/L/S
1-954-839-5463
PORT ST. LUCIE Room
and bath. Easy going
lifestyle. Non smoker, no
pets. Clean Environment.
Just the 2 of us. $400/mo
+ deposit. 772-344-2673
PORT ST. LUCIE: Share
3/2 home, pool. Close to
1-95 & Tpke, Avail now.
$500/mo. + 1/2 utilities.
$250 dep. sm pet OK
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FT. PIERCE 2bdrm, 1
bath Townhouse/Apt. for
rent. section 8 welcome.
Fresh paint, small pets
ok, $700/mo + F/S
954-224-0622
HOBE SOUND 1/1, pool,
furn. unfurn. quiet, nice
area. Near shops, beach
golf. Extras. No pets.
Mthly/Seas. Also 2/1
772-708-0731






JENSEN BEACH Dune
Condo, furnished
2br/2ba,- Unique layout,
W/D, garage FLS,
required, Available Sept
$2000 mo 772-919-1710
JENSEN BEACH, ocean
front, 2br/2ba fully
furnished tennis crt/pool
$1175 mo thru Dec.
$2500 mo thru Jan, Feb,
March 781-589-1787
JUPITER 2br/2ba,Prof
decorated. 2nd floor, Cor-
ner Unit; cath ceilings.
IncI Water, Cable, Club-
house & Pool. $925/mo
FLS 781-254-3345 or
waldemar-1@rcn.c'om
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JENSEN BEACH: Por-
tofino, 1/1 resort living,
$685/mo. 954-806-1511,
772-337-5353 leave msg.
MERRITT ISLAND con-
do,2/1.5,1 pet-15lbs. max,
no smoking, Incl. pool/
cable/water, centrally lo-
cated, $695/mo. + sec.
321-403-4923 / 480-7906
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Apartments



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5410 Rabbit Runway
Port St. Lucie, FL
772-340-4006

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Providing a more efficient office option
for today's executive or professional.
PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION
PRIVATE EXECUTIVE SUITES
2770 Indian River Blvd., LLC
Vero Beach


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AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY *
12x12 & 12x20 Executive Suites
also 8,400 sq. ft. available

Recently Available: 2,652 sq. ft. Suite
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PGA VILLAGE, golf
course view fully
furnished 1 or 2 br condo,
available now Brad
772-215-3444


MINT
PORT SAINT LUCIE:
Beautifully furnished In-
law suite. MUST SEEI 1
bdrm, living rm, kitch,
Florida room, private en-
trance, w/d, $800/mo.
$500 sec. All utilities,
cable incl. 772-336-2698
SEBASTIAN New Com-
munity, Pelican Isles.
3/Br,2/Ba Apartments
with washer/ dryer. Ask
about our Move-in Spe-
cial 3 bedrooms only
(Income Restrictions)
925 Pelican Isles Circle.
772-581-4440
STUART: Affordable 1/1,
partially furn, clean, great
location near Martin Mem
North. $675/mo (water &
garbage Includ) F/L/S no
pets 772-287-5527


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Professional Office Space In brand
new Palm City Business Plaza
4251 SW High Meadow Avenue
(just south of 714)
1st Floor is 1120 SF with a rollup door in back
for combination office and light
warehouse use at $16 SF NNN
2nd Floor also available for
general office use at $11 SF NNN
Call today to sign lease O
Space is ready to move-in October 1st 0
Contact John Fleming at on
772-485-9378 for more information


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VERO BEACH Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$525. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013



BEACH TO Tradition:
Rent FREEI Rentals
from $700/mo 1, 2, 3 or 4
bdrms. Pets ok. Call
Steve Molle, United Real-
ty Group 772-343-9000
FORT PIERCE: 3/1
Renovated, w/d hookup,
quiet neighborhood. East
of Hartman Rd. $850/mo
+security 772-464-3629,
772-359-0559
FT. PIERCE 1609 N.
14th Street (Drive By)
*3/1 Completely renovat-
ed from top to bottom!
Tile, carpet, wood cabi-
nets, SS appl. HVAC,
ceiling fans. $695/mo +
$600 Security. Move in
Amount under $1,295.
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FT. PIERCE Drive by
903 N. 20th St. 7-bdrm
2-bath Former boarding
house, $795/mo, Move in
total $1,500. Call
561-414-7355 or email:
larryking@msn.com
MERRITT ISLAND,4/2, Ig
oversized yard, upgraded
no smoking, 1 pet-med.
weight, centrally located,
$1200/mo. obo. + sec.
321-403-4923 / 480-7906
PALM CITY Awesome
Waterfront views, private,
tranquil, 3-br/2-ba, dock.
Wooded 3/4 acre. Satel-
lite TV. Pets OK.
Non-smoker. $2000/mo
561-818-3848
PORT ST LUCIE -
2br/lba on 2085 Park-
wood Circle, near River-
gate Plaza. Only $750/mo
with $750 security. No
Petsl 772-240-8455
PORT ST LUCIE 3/2
carport, family room,
patio, fully furnished
Sandpiper Bay, Club Med
area. 772-337-2934
dallas1080@yahoo.com
PORT ST Lucie 312/2
fenced yard, 365 NE
Surfside Ave. E of Airoso
Blvd. N of Floresta.
$1,000/mo $2,500
move-in 772-344-9070
wpbhomes.com see
photo online @
www. hometown newsol .c
om ad #21309
PORT ST. LUCIE -
3/2 Promenade @
Tradition..Large
1603sq.ft. end unit, first
floor, many upgrades.
Really nice! $1,150
lease option $239,900
www.nicesthouses.com
772-232-9308

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PORT ST Lucie/River
Park. Close to US #1.
Remodeled 3/2 w/porch.
Utility room. Patio. Big
yard. No Pets. $1190/mo.
F/S. Call 786-282-4141
PORT ST. LUCIE 3/2/1
with fenced yard. New
kitchen, paint & tile.
Great location, near
shopping. $975/mo. F &
S Immediate Occupancy
772-340-5028

RENT N1W
PORT ST. Lucle Newly
renovated house. 2-br/2
full baths, 1.5 car
garage. Wood floors,
new carpet in bedrooms.
Brand new kitchen with
new appliances. Includes
washer & dryer.
Sandpiper area. No pets.
$975/mo. 772-971-5420
PORT ST. Lucie:
Auction/Foreclosure
More than 10 properties
For Sale. Starting @'
$99,000. Bid today
Garth Mager, Investor
/Realtor 772-979-6568
RENT TO OWN
Move in today
Bad Credit OK
CALL 772-287-8279
www.flarent2own.com
STUART -3BR/ 2BA/1Cg.
dollhouse on lake, split
bedroom plan, Large
back yard, private, W/D
hookups, tile, blinds.
$1275/mo. 772-287-2850
STUART- DOLLHOUSE
On water, dock avail 1/1
cottage. Great location.
River view. Furnished/un
furnished. From $575
772-834-6167
VERO BEACH 2br/lba
with utility room & carport.
Newly renovated. Move in
Now! $750/mo FLS.
Negotiable for right per-
son. 772-564-7550
VERO BEACH on the
island. Private Lake in
gated comm. 3/3.5 New
home. Heated pool/spa.
Close to beach $2800/mo
unfurnished or $4500/mo
furnished 571-276-9471


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CAMERO Convertible
'69 completely restored
in/out. Orig engine, 86K
miles. $28,000/obo
ginnymac33@yahoo.com
772-633-8368
CHEVY '56 2 door, 350
4-speed, A/C new
brakes, tune up, runs and
looks great. $25,000
772-260-8111
CHEVY 4CAMARO Z28
1993 477 orig miles.
Auto trans showroom
cond. Indy Pace Car.
Serious inq only $29,000
firm. 772-475-1864

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BMW 740i, 1999,
White with Tan Int., Cold
Air, 6 CD/Cass, Am/Fm,
Sunroof, Beautiful Condi-
tion. 772-631-6682
BMW 2000 5281, 4 door,
Fully loaded. 60k mi, 6 cd
player. Front & side air
bags. Silver. $14,250
561-627-1731



CADILLAC Deville '95
Clean looking ex running
cond. Cold A/C, Recent
tune, good rubber, 91K
$3300/obo 772-342-4818


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2001
PT Cruiser
Sur. Rol. Sr.arpl
1000
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2004
Ford Taurus
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Like NBA
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2000
Chrysler LHS
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2000
Dodge Durango
2 10 choose Irom
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$1500
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2000
MItz Eclipse
Sporry
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2004
Saturn Ion
Low Miles, 4 Drs

31800
Down


2000
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CADILLAC SEVILLE
SLS 94' Fully loaded,
Exc condition, low miles,
Asking $3,800. Call Rick
772-532-3892

CHEVY LUMINA '93 V-6
auto, 2-door, cold A/C,
new tires. Great shape.
$1500. See car at 180
Celestia Ct. Port St. Lucie

CHRYSLER SEBRING -
'96 Convertible, runs
great, well maint. Electric,
Cold A/C, Must sell.
$2,500. 772-486-1989
'CONVERTIBLE Sebring
JXI '99. P/W, P/L & pow-
er seats. Exc cond. Runs
great. In Kelly Blue Book
$8000+ sacrifice $3,800/
obo 772-532-3892

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FORD ESCORT 2001 4
dr automatic 4 cylinder,
great on gas cold a/c
runs excellent $2000.
772-626-9444
HONDA ACCORD 90' 5
spd, fully loaded; 2dr,
sunroof, rebuilt engine.
$2500 OBO
772-532-3892
KIA SPORTAGE 97'
Exc vehicle, great gas
mileage, must see.
$3,200 OBO Call Rick
772-532-3892
NISSAN ALTIMA GXE,
1997, white, automatic
p/w/l sun roof spoiler
Runs great $3650
772-530-5713



Dirt Dumptruck 5-12yds,
gas or diesel, chevy/gmc
preferred, no scissorlift,
reasonable 321-631-4100
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APRILIA Scarabeo 2005
150cc. 1 Helmet, Great
Conditions $2,600 772-
985-8080
HARLEY DAVIDSON '06'
Blue Electra Glide.
(FLHTPI) 9K miles. 100th
Ann edition, $14K/obo
Call Roy 561-746-6596
HARLEY DAVIDSON:
2006, 1200R, BIk, 750
mi., Sportster. Screamin
Eagle exhaust, stage 1
kit. Many extras! $9500.
772-334-1984
HONDA SHADOW Aero
2004 Showroom cond.
Only 1700 org miles.
Many extras. $5200/ obo
772-546-6062



FourWinds '06 Class C
Ford V-10 motor 2
slide-outs + Queen br,
Full pull out. Sleeps 7
Loaded 5,000 miles
$48,500 772-467-0932
see photos online at
www.hometownnewsol.
com ad # 24337
ROYALS International
38' Reg. hitch very clean,
no animals, no smoke,
no leaks. 20' awing, dw,
rear bedroom $6995/obo
561-633-1371
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RV RENTAL site located
on Hutchingson Island
near Vero Beach. Across
from beach, Marina on
Inter-coastal, pool tennis.
Phone, cable, and elec-
tricity included. First
class. By the week,
month, or season.
352-347-4470.



DODGE DURANGO SLT
99', 3rd row seat, 2 WD,
Fully loaded. Looks and
runs great. $4,500 Ask for
Rick 772-532-3892
FORD EXPLORER 1982
4 dr automatic v-6 cold
air $1600 772-626-9444
FORD EXPLORER Lim-
ited, Fully loaded, excel-
lent condition, new tires,
Will sacrifice for $3,000.
772-532-3892
INFINITY QX4 '98 Body
in good cond. Leather int
CD player. & changer,
New tires, Sunroof,
Needs transmission/axle
$3500/obo 772-678-9540



CHEVROLET ASTRO
VAN '98. 7 passenger,
Gladiator conversion BIk/
grey interior, $2,800.
772-626-9444
DODGE RAM 1987
charger 4X4 good
hunting buggy $1000 obo
772-468-3113
FORD WINDSTAR LX
1999, Exc. cond. Power,
tow pkg, AM/FM
Cassette. Red. $3800
772-344-0777
GMC 1995: 2500 V-8
Turbo Diesel double
tanks, locked storage, All
power, tinted windows
sliding rear, tow pkg,
rear seat, cold A/C
running boards, up
graded rear axle 179K
$5200 772-336-3766


AMERICAN HAULER 04
Enclosed cargo trailer. 7'
x 16' V-nose. Excellent
cond. Good, tires. Dual
Axel, Roof vent. $2995.
772-464-6052
UTILITY TRAILER 5 x 10
Galvanized tilt-top HD
Tires. Perfect condition.
$900. 772-380-9869 see
photo at www.Home
townNewsOL.com ad ID
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SWEETWATER 17',
2006, with cover,
Yamaha motor, low hrs,
like brarnd new, $15,000
772-778-5619


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side. Furnished, Near
Shops, 2BR, $900 mo. or
wkly 772-299-6928
VERO BEACH: 2/2 large
lot. Nice neighborhood.
Some appliances inc.
$795/mo F/L/S
772-569-0290
772-321-0436







grades. $179,900 For
Sale, For Rent or Lease
Purchase. 561-662-9789
PORT ST. Lucie: New 2
story on corner lot
3/2.5/1, alarm system &
hurricane windows. Close
to 1-95, shopping &
schools. $990/mo +Sec.
772-344-7252, 979-6909
STUART Crystal Lake
Luxury Townhomes. Se-
cluded community with
spacious 2br/2ba that in-
clude 24hr Fitness Center
& W/D hook-ups. Small
pets ok. Ask about our
Move In Specials. Call
772-223-1224



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TITUSVILLE Harbor
Pointe, River Front New
3/2/1, boat slip, gated &
many amenities. Short or
long term, $1,475/mo.
Lease purchase, owner
financing. 321-288-5464
VERO BEACH: Pointe
West, New 4br/3ba/1 car
garage with lake & golf
course view. All
amenities, FLS.
786-587-0209



FORT PIERCE MOVE
IN SPECIAL! 2 bed-
rooms with A/C and
fenced yard. Dog OK.
$500/mo 772-464-2725


HOBE SOUND. Fur-
nished. 2br/2ba. Com-
pletley renovated. Very
nice. No smoking. No
pets. $1000 mo./ $1000
sec. 561-951-5036
HOBE SOUND 2br/lba,
new paint, screen porch,
fenced yard, small pet ok.
$775/mo FLS Geneva
Properties LLC 772-286-
0382
JENSEN BEACH: 2/1,
newly renovated! Fenced
yard, screen back porch.
Big deck for BBQ.
$825/month. F/L/S.
772-545-2057.
SOUTH STUART 2/2,
with carport. Large florida
room. Central heat & air,
'F/L/S $875/mo.
772-545-2057



HOBESOUND Ridge-
way Doublewide 55+ 2/2
furn. or not. nice, large
lot. Comm. pool etc, Pets
OK. Recently Reduced to
$575/mo. 561-744-7111



STUART Warehouse
with A/C office, like new,
hurricane proof, 20' ceil-
ing, 1100 sq ft, central
location, loading door
$1000/mo Legend FL RE
772-463-7266
VERO- Office / Retail.
Two spaces from
$500/mo. US1 great loca-
tion, 100K car count ev-
ery day. Two months free
rent. 772-489-0180



PORT ST LUCIE 500 -
800 sq ft, Excellent expo-
sure, Signage, No CAM,
$750-$1150 FLS Avail
Now. Call Vince
772-335-8804



FT. PIERCE 16 x 40
warehouse / bay near
Oleander & Bell Ave.
$475/mo. F/L/S Call Mar-
vin at 772-529-1800



HOBE SOUND *Secure
Storage. Boats & Rvs
*Warehouse Space 500ft
772-545-9477


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