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T MARTIN COUNTY



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Vol. 7, jo.17


Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com


Friday, October 3, 2008


Jogger scares
off attacker

A woman jogging along
East Osceola Boulevard
scared off a knife-welding
attacker with her screams.
'According to a Stuart
Police Department
spokesperson, the 45-year-
old woman was jogging
early in the morning of
Sept. 25, near downtown
Stuart, when she was
accosted by a man with a
knife, who told her to not
make any noise after she
began to scream.
She refused to comply,
and her continual screams
began to attract the atten-
tion of nearby workers,
which scared the attacker
off.
A police K-9 unit tracked
the suspect's scent as far as
the parking lot of Sailfish
Park.

Christmas party
cancelled again

For the second year in a
row, Stuart attorney Willie
Gary has decided not to
,hold his annual Christmas
party, which has traditional-
ly brought thousands to
downtown Stuart in
December.
SMr. Gary said through a
spokesperson that he would
;prefer to put the funds to
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District 5 commission candidates debate in Palm City

High school debate team critiques speakers


By Donald Rodrigue
Rodrigue@hometownnewsol.com
PALM CITY The three candi-
dates for the District 5 county
commission seat being vacated by
Michael DiTerlizzi got an unex-
pected surprise during their Palm
City Civic Organization debate: a
group of local high school stu-
dents critiquing their speaking
styles.
The students were part of the
Martin County High School
debate team. They were invited to
attend the Sept. 25 debate by civic


organization President Jane
Hilderbrandt, after she met the
students and their teacher, Kristen
Carbone, during a school
fundraising carwash in Stuart.
"The kids submitted six of the
questions from the audience,"
Mrs. Hilderbrant said. "They were
really good questions, and four of
them I actually used during the
debate."
Billy McMahon, 15, is a 10th-
grader and member of the school's
varsity debate team. This was his
first time to view a live political
debate.


."It was great," he said. "I was cri-
tiquing speaking styles rather than
politics. I can be unbiased on
speaking styles, but I can't be on
politics."
The three candidates, Republi-
can Ed Ciampi, Democrat Linda
Green and no-party candidate
John Patteson, answered a variety.
of questions ranging from their
views on the use of eminent
domain and community redevel-
opment area funds, to their opin-
ions on the recently passed Land
Protection Incentives Amend-
ment, to the county's comprehen-


Walking for better health


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Volunteer walkers for the Start! Heart Walk for the American Cancer Society began their trek Saturday, Sept. 27 at
Flagler Park in Stuart.



Martin leaders sign life sciences initiative

Academic, business, government, health care officials back initiative


By Donald Rodrigue
Rodrigue@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY -
Hoping to 'jump on the
bandwagon of biotechni-
cal development in the
region, a coalition of 11
representatives from gov-
ernment, business,
healthcare and other
fields pledged their back-
ing to the Martin'County
Life Sciences Initiative.
Dozens of people
watched as the group
signed the accord Sept. 25
at the Chastain campus of
Indian River State College
in Martin County. The
coalition members are:.
Laurie Gaylor, chairman
of the Martin County
School Board; Peter
Kemp, president of the
Business Development


Board of Martin County;
Stuart Mayor Jeffrey
Krauskoph; Edward
Massey, president of Indi-
an River State College;'
Gail Myers, coufcil-
woman for the Town of
Ocean Breeze; Sherry Ply-
male, a trustee of Florida
Atlantic University; Mark
'Robitaille; senior vice
president of Martin
Memorial Health Systems;
Martin County Commis-
sion Chairman. Doug
Snith; Neil Subin, mayor
of Sewall's Point; Catherin
McKenzie, chairwoman, of
Workforce Solutions; and
Edward Weinberg, chair-
man of theJoint Econom-
ic Council and Business
Development Board' Life
Science Committee.
SCommissioner Smith
called it an "exciting


moment for the county"
and a "dream come.true."
"The, people here today
understand the long-termi
benefits," he said. "What
we begin today will bene-
fit our children and our
grandchildren."
The coalition hopes to
use Martin County's cen-
tral location between the
Scripps Research Institute
in Jupiter.and the Torrey
Pines Institute for Molec-
ular Studies at St. Lucie
County to lure spin-off
life-sciences companies.
The members say
attracting such medical
and high-tech firms will
bring high-paying jobs
and allow area students to
stay close to home after
graduation.
"The mqre than 38,000
life science entities


employ more than
671,000 employees in
Florida," Mr. Massey said.
"It's something that we
can embrace to improve
the quality of life in this
region."
Mr. Robitaille, who will
take over as president of
Martin Memorial in Octo-
ber, upon the retirement
of current president Dick
Harman, said that luring
research medical compa-
nies to the area would
enable local patients to
access cutting-edge clini-
cal trials.
"The time is now for us
to get involved in Martin
County," he said. "The key
is having the access to
potential new treatments
that would otherwise not
See SCIENCES, A3


Cuts for


a cause

By Jessica Tuggle
For Hometown News
MARTIN COUNTY -
With each snip of the scis-
sors, stylists at Cost Cut-
ters Family Hair Salon are
working hard to raise
money for breast cancer
patients.
On Sunday Oct. 12, the


sive plan, also known as the Val-
liere Amendment.
The candidates agreed on many
of the issues, particularly those
involving the glut 'of housing on
the local market and the use of
tax-increment financing from the
Palm City Community Redevelop-
ment Area for funding major pub-
lic works.
Ms. Green said major project
decisions were frequently made
without input from the public
directly affected by the taxation,
and she would seek to change
See DEBATE, A2


Woodlawn

Park

could get

facelift

Residents say
work is needed
in East Stuart,
instead


By Donald Rodrigue
Rodrgue@hometownnewlsol.com
STUART -- If the Florida
Department of Community
Affairs approves the city's
application for a small cities
community, development
block grant, the Woodlawn
Park area of Stuart will soon
be on its way to getting a
facelift.
City commissioners
approved the $750,000
grant request 4-0, with
Commissioner Michael
Mortell absent, during their
Sept. 22 meeting. The city
will use the money, coupled
with about $231,000 in tax
increment funds, to fund
the construction of side-
walks, parking improve-
ments and' a pedestrian-
type mall in the area
bounded by Dixie Highway,
Martin. Luther King Boule-
vard, South Colorado
Avenue and the Kiwanis
Youth Park.
Commissioner Mary
Hutchison said the grant,
which is funded by the U. S.
Department of Housing and
Urban Development, would
"jump start" growth in the
area if approved by the
state.
S"We've always talked
about expanding downtown
along Colorado Avenue,"
she said.
John Leighton, whose
family have been property
owners in Woodlawn Park
for at least 50 years, says the
area suffers from extensive
flooding and could use the
improvements.
"I think this is something
that will help our area revi-
talize," he said.
'Robert Hall of East Stuart,
however, asked why the city
was moving onto another
area, when grant work in his
neighborhood has report-
edly gone unfinished.
"The area in question
(Woodlawn Park) is one that
has been improved in the
B past and now will be
improved more," he said. "I
have some reservations in
relation to some other areas
df the city that really need
help and some that can get
along without the help of
grants."
Although Commissioner


See FACELIFT, A4
See CUTS, A4


By Donald Rodrigue
Rodrigue@hometownnewsol.com
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
- More than 300 people
packed the banquet facili-
ties of the Hutchinson
Island Marriott Beach
Resort and Marina to watch
as the Business Develop-
ment .Board of Martin
County honored the suc-
cess of more than a dozen
local companies.


Turbocombuster Tech-
nology of Stuart, a product
manufacturer for the aero-
space industry, won top
honors as 2008 Business of
theYear. Company co-pres-
idents Stuart Shay and
Louis Surette accepted the
award on behalf of the
firm's 350-plus employees.
"We dedicate the honor
to our dedicated employ-
ees," Mr. Shay said after the
event. "We are sharing the


honor with our employees
with a special lunch and
commemorative T-shirts."
The Sept. 17 Business
Appreciation Luncheon
was held to coincide with
similar celebrations around
.the state as Sept. 15-19 was
proclaimed business
appreciation week by Gov.
Charlie-Crist. Sixteen other
Martin County businesses

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Candidates for the District
5 Martin County commis-
sion seat, Republican Ed
Ciampi, Democrat Linda
Green and no-party
candidate John Patteson,
answered questions during
the Sept. 25 debate in Palm
City, sponsored by the
Palm City Civic
Organization.






Staff photo by
Donald Rodrigue


Debate
From page Al
that.
"Too often, in our gov-


ernment, what you need is
dictated from the top
down," she said. "We need
to change that. It has to
flow from the ground up.
My concern is that the resi-


dents aren't directing it, but
rather, the businesses."
Mr. Patteson used his
response to the question to
inform the audience that
the law had just changed
regarding such financial
decisions.
"Previous to today, the
bonding for the TIFs has
been by referendum by the
community," he said. "The
Florida Supreme Court
struck that down today, so
now it will be, in our case,
by a simple majority of five
commissioners. It's going
to be real important to
make sure that people have
commissioners who are
attuned to their needs and
wants."
In response to a question
about 10,000 more homes
slated for Martin County,
both Ms. Green -and Mr.
Patteson decried recent
decisions by the commis-
sion to provide residential
developers three-year
extensions on their proj-
ects, saying that a building
,moratorium might be a


better solution.
SMr. Ciampi, a small busi-
ness owner, says the prob-
lem is not planned devel-
opments, but rather, the
large number of existing
homes on the market.
"I am not a big supporter
of pushing residential
development," he said.
"This is a national problem.
We need to be more
focused on the economy
and bring in businesses
that can have the right kind
of employees who can
afford to buy these homes."
In response to a question,
on attracting new small
businesses to Palm City
and alleviating congestion
on the Palm City Bridge,
each of the candidates took
a different tack.
Ms. Green said she'd like
to see the CRA plan given a
chance to work, in the
hopes that it would help
create an artists' colony,,
while Mr. Ciampi cited
almost a year of personal,
business permitting delays
as reason to revamp the
county's growth manage-
ment department.
Mr. Patteson said he'd
push for another Stuart exit
from the Florida Turnpike
as one solution, blaming
city-bound traffic for much
of the Palm City conges-
tion.
"Stuart needs two exits
from the Turnpike, with the
other one down on Kanner
Highway," he said. "I think
wihafte really need to do t
work on getting the traffic ,
out of here."
The candidates also were
allowed to pose questions
to one another during the
debate.
Ms. Green asked Mr.
Ciampi about his campaign
donations from Big Sugar,
while she asked Mr. Patte-
son why he was running
without a party affiliation,
since he's a registered
Republican.
Mr. Mr. Patteson said he
couldn't legally run as a
Republican because he
wasn't backed or financed
by. the party, while Mr.
Ciampi said he'd decided to
donate the controversial
funds to the Rivers Coali-
tion.
After the debate ended,
Ms. Carbone said the expe-
rience had been really ben-
eficial for her students.
"I was very excited, and
the kids were even more
excited," she said. "Some of:
the questions were directly
related to what we have,
been talking about in class,'.
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Friday, October 3, 2008 www.HometownNewsOL.com Martin County A3


Turbocombuster Technology of Stuart
was named 2008 Business of the Year
during the Business Development
Board of Martin County's annual Busi-
ness Appreciation Luncheon held at
the Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach
Resort Sept. 17. Pictured from left are:
Stuart Shay, co-president of Turbo-
Combuster Technology, Peter Kemp,
president of the board of directors, of
the Business Development Board of
Martin County; and Louis Surette, co-
president of TurboCombuster Technol-
ogy, Inc.
Photo courtesy of Compass
Marketing Communications


Business
From page A1
won awards, ranging from
export excellence to business
innovation.
Ron Bunch, executive
director of the Business
Development Board, intro-
duced the keynote speaker,
Dale Brill, director of the gov-
emor's office of Tourism
Trade and Economic Devel-
opment. Mr. Brill emphasized
that innovation is the key to
such business success.
"The more innovative we
are, the more productive we
are," he said. "If we are more
productive, we can be more


Sciences
From page Al
be available without the life
sciences represented here."
Commissioner Smith
said the coalition wants to
throw the county's hat in
the life sciences ring to cre-
ate a hi-tech development
corridor along Interstate-
95, similar to the North
Carolina's Research Trian-
gle. He said he was impact-
ed upon seeing scientists
and school children work-
ing side-by-side when he
took a group of local busi-
ness and government offi-
cials to both New Hamp-
shire and North Carolina to
study such areas.
"What I wanted was for


competitive on the global
marketplace."
Mr. Brill helped introduce
the winning companies,
which started out with five
honored for expanding their
businesses:
Louis Dreyfus Citrus of
Indiantown, one of the
world's largest orange juice
manufacturers, doubled its
capacity last year and created
50 new jobs in the process.
Liberator Medical Hold-
ings, a national medical sup-
plier for the chronically ill,
more than doubled its work-
force from 35 to 80 employ-
ees.
Gulfstream Aluminum and
Shutter created 12 new jobs


in 2007.
Krieger Machine Company
doubled its workforce from
nine to 18.
Vought Aircraft Industries
of Stuart, added 55 new posi-
tions and invested $3.5 mil-
lion in anew robot.
Martin County Commis,
sioner Chairman Doug Smith
also took the podium and
spoke about the importance
of the recent economic stim-
ulus package.
"These tools will help to
expand our targeted busi-
nesses," he said. "The expan-'
sion of those businesses
account for the majority of
new jobs created in our com-
munity, which also enhances


'We are putting out the brightest kids -and we
need to be able to bring them back home. Its
about saving lives and creating jobs '

Tammy Simoneau
Executive director, Economic Council of Martin County


our folks to see what can
happen and the collabora-
tion of the effort that it
takes," he said. "This region
can absolutely do that. The
talent exists here."
Commissioner Smith
admitted that Martin
County does not have the
millions of dollars in incen-
tives offered by counties to
the north and south to suc-
cessfully lure life science
companies in recent years,


but still had some tools,
thanks to the passage of the
county's economic stimu-.
lus package.
"As the projects come
forward, we'll look at
them," he said. "We don't
have dollars assigned
today, but we will work
toward that effort."
Tammy Simoneau, exec-
utive director of the Eco-
nomic Council of Martin
County, said the focus of


the tax base and improves the
quality of life."
Other award winners
included: Continental Shelf
Associates and Prime Source
Accessories Room it Up, for
the newcomer award; SOL,
Waterblasting Technologies,
John Donovan Enterprises
and Shelter Structures for
export excellence; Luxury-
trips.com for entrepreneur-
ship; Ecosphere Technolo-
gies, Organic Laboratories
and Southeastern Printing
for green-to-gold; and
Advanced Technologies
Group for business innova-
tibn.
Three of the winning Mar-
tin County companies also


the initiative was improved
medical care and job cre-
ation, not simply growth.
"We are putting out the
brightest kids, and we need
to be able to bring them
back home," she said. "It's
about saving lives and cre-
ating jobs."
Mr. Robitaille agreed
with her, saying the idea
was to help create a more
sustainable economy and
keep workers in Martin
County.
"We need to diversify our
economy," he said. "It's
about taking care of our
own. Some 10,000 people
in our area drive to Palm
Beach daily, to work. If we
could provide jobs for them
in the area, they wouldn't
have to."


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Normally haircuts are
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"It's a win-win-win situa-
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COINS
Speaking of coins in the
last column, isn't interesting
that young people are a
part of the history in coins,
gems and jewelry? Young
Brian Ingram finding some
of D. B. Cooper's money
changed his life forever to
be sure...and what about
the bronze 1943-S Lincoln
cent that a teenaged col-
lector found. Kenneth
Wing, Jr. was assembling a
set of Lincoln cents in 1944
when he found this coin.
He took it to a local dealer
who offered him $500 but
he told the dealer it was not
for sale. He kept it all his
life and at different times he
took the coin to the
Smithsonian and to the
Treasury Department in
Washington, D.C. Some
thought it was authentic
and some did not. The fam-
ily recently had the coin
appraised and today it is
considered to be a classic
20th century rarity. And
that brings us to the young
man that was at the Tucson
Gem and Mineral Show a
few years ago. He was a
kid that liked to collect
rocks and was looking
through a vendor's offerings
and spotted a rock that he
could identify. He bought it
for $1.50 and it turned out
to be one of the largest
pieces of sapphire rough
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really need it," she said.
Appointments are not
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but are recommended.
"We're helping someone's
life here, I mean, what a way
to give back," said stylist
LyndaVerdelotti.
Ms. Chen does not have
any direct relation to anyone
with breast cancer, but has
always felt an affinity with
the cause.
"I'm a woman and I have a
daughter and I own a busi-
ness that predominately
reaches women and it's a
cancer that affects mostly
women," said the salon
owner.
"I've always thought about
how to find a way to give
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wings and cookies through-
out the day.
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ticket prizes. Tickets can be
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From Page Al
James Christie backed the
Woodlawn Park grant
request, he did question the
city's contract grant writer,
Nancy Phillips of Lake
Worth, why the city was
diverting its attention to
another area when the
landscaping of the A1A and
Martin Luther King inter-
section work, funded by a
separate community devel-
opment block grant, had
not been completed.
"That grant is done," she
said.
.Ms. Phillips explained
afterward that the grant
funds had only covered
sidewalks and other
improvements to the inter-
section, as well as the instal-
lation of a traffic signal.
Mr. Hall said any new
funds ought to be used to
complete previously unfin-
ished work.
"I agree with Mr. Christie
that we need to complete an
area instead of jumping to
another area," he said.
"Don't use an area to get
more grants and then use
the funds elsewhere."
East Stuart resident Helen
McBride agreed with both
Mr. Hall and Commissioner
Christie.
"I live in East Stuart, and I
am very proud of where I
live," she said. "I went to
many, many meetings at the
community center, and we
were shown' some nice
street lights and trees. I have
never seen any of them
going in."
Stuart city manager Dan
Hudson said the Communi-
'ty Redevelopment Area had
more than $100,000 in. its
budget that could potential-
ly be used to fund East Stu-
art landscaping, and Ms.
Phillips said anyone with a
grievance should contact
the city manager's office.
"If anyone in the city of
Stuart feels that they have
been discriminated against,
they can contact Mr. Hud-
son, and I will check into it,"
she said.
Commissioner Hutchin-
son said that the city has
already used community
block grants for other work
in East Stuart, including a
water and sewer rehab proj-
ect, while Commissioner
Carol Waxier defended the
need to invest such funds in
Woodlawn Park as well.
"I think that this area does
need improvements," Com-
missioner Waxier said. "It's
sparse, and we have done it
in other areas of the city.
Hopefully, we will get to this
process wherever else we
can."


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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 Office
Sept 19-25

Caleb Addison Boring,
19, 10600 S.E. Gomez Aie.,
Hobe Soind, was charged
with dealing in stolen
property.
James Edward
Gulledge, 48, 3015 Old
Kings Highway, Jack-
sonville, was charged with
felony battery, false
imprisonment and resist-
ing arrest without vio-
lence.
Joanne Marie Harper,
44, 3683 N.W. Adriatic
Lane, Jensen Beach, was
charged with aggravated
assault.
Salome Garcia-Zapata,
28, 28 Peachtree Ave., Apt.
5, Atlanta, was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance, operat-
ing a motor vehicle with-
out a valid driver's license
and providing a false name
or identification to a law
enforcement officer.
Alexis Herhandez
Vegas, 34, 2313 Lake Worth
Road, Lake Worth, was
charged with felony viola-
tion of probation. .
Patricia Jean Calhoun,
30, 612 N.E. Tahiti Circle,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with grand theft, altering
or forging a motor vehicle
or motor home title or lien
cancellation and dealing
in stolen property.
Brandon Jay Challenor,
28, 800 N.W. Fork Road,
Apt. 11, Building 5, Stuart,
was charged .with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of
drug paraphernalia. '
Jason Michael Dirand,'


26, 802 S.E. Forgal, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.
Joseph Kiss, 69, 5000
S.E. Federal Highway, Lot
216, Stuart, was charged
with felony violation of
probation.
Ronald Allen Stump,
29, 2963 S.W. Palm Brooke
Court, Palm City, was
charged with felony viola-
tion of probation,
Lynne Carol Wilson, 41,
932 Southwest 30th St.,
Palm City, was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance and drug
paraphernalia and retail'
theft.
James Michael Cathey,
30, 725 Orchid St., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
dealing in stolen property
and criminal mischief.
Egidio Gutierrez-
Lacan, 25, 2943 S.E. Ellan-
dale St., Stuart, was
charged with aggravated
assault.
Eladio Alafi Mijares, 24,
11411 S.E. Federal High-
way, Lot ,78, Hobe Sound,
was charged with burglary.
Elieser Roblero Ventu-
ra, 25, 11517 S.W.
Charleston, Indiantwon,
was charged with assault
or battery on a law
enforcement officer,' pub-
lic drunkenness and viola-
tion of probation.
Karii Lavar Ivey, 27,
14914 172nd St.,
Indiantown, was charged
with four counts of aggra-
vated assault and posses-
sion of a firearm or con-
cealed weapon by a
,convicted felon.
Wesley Tyler-Wayne
Jensen, 19, 1116 S.W. All
American Blvd., Palm City,
was charged with battery,
breach of the peace and
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Jeremy Dewayne Sapp,
27, 2286 Rustic Place,
Jensen Beach,.was charged


with attempting to elude a
law enforcement officer
and habitually operating a
motor vehicle with a sus-
pended driver's license.
Ricardo Caraballo, 46,
31117 Beanevares, Rio
Pedras, Puerto Rico, was
charged with two counts of
grand theft.
Douglas E. Houghton,
51, 250 Fourwinds Drive,
Apt. 205, Stuart, was
charged with three counts
of uttering a false docu-
ment.
Vincent Edward Miller,
35, 14560 Esperanza Cir-
cle, Indiantown, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance,
possession of drug para-
phernalia and providing a
false name or identifica-
tion to a law enforcement
officer.
Roshell Butts, 36, 4357
Southwest 83rd St., Palm
City, was charged with
burglary and grand theft.
Eugene Maurice
Caswell, 32, 3009 S.E. Del-
mar St., Stuart, was
charged.with felony viola-
tion of probation.
Raymond Aubrey Cole,
42, 2621 S.E. Clayton St.,
Stuart, was charged with
felony violations of proba-
tion.
Daniel Francis Davies,
28, 438 S.E. Martin Luther.
King Blvd., Stuart, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance.
Robert Michael Dorsey,
34, 3323 S.E. Ellendale St.,
Stuart, was charged with
uttering a false document.
Howard Wesley Grib-
bin, 42, 3600 S.E. Mariposa
Ave., Port St. Lucie, was
charged with burglary,
grand theft and resisting
arrest without violence.


Stephanie Marie Kelley,
23, 808 Southeast 14th St.,
Stuart, was charged with
theft, obtaining property
by fraud, forgery and
uttering a false document.
Jamar Thomas Mackey,
19, 8549 S.E. Comus St.,
Hobe Sound, was charged
with grand theft auto, bur-
glary, petit theft and pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
William Aaron
McClain, 19, 8598 S.E.
Neptune St., Hobe Sound,
was charged with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and knowingly
operating a motor vehicle
with a suspended or
revoked driver's license.
David Pooser, 51, 240
Alhambra Ave., Stuart, was
charged with 29 counts of
uttering a false document.
Edgardo Maria Sensi,
52, 2750 N.W. Windermere
Drive, Jensen Beach, was
charged with 66 counts of
possessioA of child
pornography.
*Daniel Francis Davies,
28, 438 S.E. Martin Luther
King Blvd., Stuart, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance.
Terry Allen Brink, 35,
4453 S.E. Graham St., Stu-
art, was charged with two
counts of uttering a false
document.
Paul Travis Draghi, 53,
1041 S.E. Monterey Road,
Apt. B28, Stuart, was
charged with aggravated
battery. "
Corrine Elaine
Emmanuel, 25, 2738 Rene-
gade Drive, Apt. 16-203,
Orlando, was charged with
grand theft and uttering a
false document.
Scott Garfield, 42,
12817 Mallard Creek Drive,


Police report


Palm Beach Gardens, was
charged with two counts of
lewd and 'lascivious con-
duct.
Jovani Tumax, 26, 2916
Fairmont St., Stuart, Was
charged with felony viola-
tion of probation.
Kyle Steven Williams,
18, 3749 N.E. Linda Drive,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with felony violation of
probation.

Stuart Police
Department
Sept. 15-19

A camera and tools
were reportedly stolen
from a vehicle at Stuart
Plumbing and Metal, 1317
S.E. Decker Ave.
A stereo system was
reportedly stolen from a
vehicle at Starbucks, 2223
S.E. Ocean Blvd.
A purse was reportedly
stolen from a vehicle at 720
S.E. Flamingo Ave..
Two vehicles were
reportedly burglarized at
417 S.W. Camden Ave.
A black and red girl's
mountain, bicycle was
reportedly stolen from 813
S.E. Kreuger Parkway.
A residence was report-
edly burglarized at 841 S.E.
Kreuger Parkway.
An X-Box was reported-
ly stolen from 1361 S.E.
Starfish Lane.
* A purse was reportedly


stolen from a vehicle at'
Lonestar, 1580 S.E. Federal
Highway.
Two benches and a tree
were reportedly reported
stolen from Monkey King,
1725 S.E. Federal Highway.
A cell phone and bicy-
cle were reportedly stolen
by force at 815 S.E. 10th St.
A 2007 Ford pickup
truck was reportedly stolen
from 417 S.E. Hibiscus Ave.
A change purse was
reportedly stolen from a
vehicle at 439 S.E. Hibiscus
Ave.
A lawnmower and other
tools were reportedly
stolen from 712 S.E. Hibis-
cus Ave.
A Seadoo and trailer
were reportedly stolen at
Goodyear, 877 S.E. Mon-
terey Road.
Keys were reportedly
stolen from a vehicle at 720
S.E. Alamanda Way.
A wallet wasreportedly
stolen from a purse at the
Martin County Health
Department, 3441 S.E.
Willoughby Blvd.
A bicycle was reported-
ly stolen from a residence
at 928 S.E. 5th St.
A vehicle was reported-
ly burglarized at 933 S.E.
Hibiscus Ave.
Lynne Wilson, 41, 932
S.W. 30th St., Palm City,
was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine, possession
Sof drug paraphernalia and
retail theft.


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Don't bail out the banks

Well, fellow suckers, we've been had again. We, the proletari-
at, the "salt of the earth" and "the backbone of the country," are
being used and abused to bail out the parasites of the country.
Not counting the "crash" back in 1929, I think the first thing I
remember was the savings and loan bailout, when we were told
new rules and regulations were put in place and something like
that would never happen again.
Well, several things have happened along the way, like the
Enron debacle, when the employees and stockholders were
destroyed, while Kenny Lay walked away with millions.
Finally, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were established to
back up other entities and now they have failed That leaves the
government, aka the taxpayers, to bail out all the parasites of
the financial world who got us into this mess.
Do you suppose all those businesses were so freewheeling
because they felt their government would not let them sink?
So here we are. We the taxpayers are the source of last resort.
What will happen when we go bankrupt? Is it possible our lead-
ers are really not too concerned because they feel the IMF and
World Bank will relieve us of our debts as they have other coun-
tries? Watching how this all plays out will be interesting, to say
the least.

More on the bank bailout

I find it disturbing that the greatest capitalist country in the
world is to be brought down to a government-run society.
We are now expected to bail out high roller banking institu-
tions, mortgage giants and now AIG, which is insurance. GM
needs help, so possibly they are at the food trough. It is said that
it will only cost $7 billion to straighten out the mess. Let's say it
will be a trillion. Are we responsible for CEOs/CFOs mistakes?
The answer is a resounding no.
Let's take small business owners (he/she is the back- bone of
who we are). If they make a wrong decision, they're done. No
bail out by the Fed, because they are too small to make a differ-
ence. Only those who are too big to fail are brought to the res-
cue.
The taxpayer is expected to ante-up the trillion to bail out
companies that have made grade school decisions in invest-
ments.

What about socialism?

This is the state of our economy. Tough controls need to be in
place. We were founded as a Democratic/representative coun-
try. We need to get backto our roots. As many may say as other-
wise, we are a capitalist country. We have survived, and many
have followed. Let us not slip into socialism. If it were so, take
stock to Norway, Sweden and Denmark Socialism works if gov-
erned by honorable people and you're willing to give up 70 per-.
cent of your earnings to the state. We are at that divide.

Punishment in exchange for bailout?

Now that the country's attention is focused on the $700 bil-
lion proposedWall Street bailout, the public should not be sat-
isfied with anything that does not also include some harsh
punishment for the perpetrators. Mortgage fraud should result
in more than just a slap on the wrist.
Management officials in the various investment banks
should not only not receive their golden parachutes, but also
have to serve some jail time for cooking the books in the man-
ner that they did over the last several years.
Investor and taxpayer confidence will be restored only if it
comes with a large serving of revenge.

Pull up those pants

If you go by high schools anywhere, you see boys with their
pants hanging down with almost their butt cracks showing.
They perpetrate like they are gangsters. They are not. They need
to pull their pants up, go home and do their homework They
should stop driving around with those ridiculous rims that
their parents have bought for them. They are a bunch of
wannabe show offs who have no idea what thugs and gangsters
are all about.
If theywere real gangsters, they'd live in Miami.


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Protect yourself before flu season starts


t is hard to believe that
another flu season is
upon us, yet here it is
again.
Influenza is a serious
disease and you should take
it seriously. According to the
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention, it causes
more than 36,000 deaths a
year, mostly among the
elderly.
Flu season runs from
November to April; begin-
ning in September or
October, flu shots should be
available to people at high
risk. The best time to get
vaccinated is in October
and November,. because it
takes about two weeks for
your body to begin to
produce antibodies to fight
the flu.
However, even if you
don't get a vaccine until
later in the season, you can
still benefit from it, as
Florida typically has a flu
season that begins later
than in some other states.
This year, many physicians
will not have the vaccine;
contact the Visiting Nurses
Association and check with
local stores that often have
flu clinics.

Preventing the flu

According to the CDC, the
single best way to prevent
the flu is to get a flu vaccine,
but after last season, we
learned that that is not
always possible. There are
three anti-viral medications


approved for flu prevention
and early treatment, but
they are only available by
prescription. Consult your
physician to see if they are
appropriate for you. They
must be started within two
days of the illness' onset, so
seek medical care early on if
-you think you have the flu.
Good health.habits may
also help prevent the spread
of the flu. These include:
covering your nose and
mouth with a tissue when
you cough or sneeze and
discarding the tissue after
use. Wash your hands often
with soap and water,
especially after you cough
or sneeze. If you are not
near water, use an alcohol-
based hand cleaner, sold in
many stores. Wash your
hands for 10 to 15 seconds,
rinse well, and dry.
Stay away from people
who are sick whenever
possible.
If you get the flu; stay
home from work or school.
Try not to touch your
eyes, nose or mouth. Germs
are often spread this way.

The flu shot

The flu shot is an inacti-
vated vaccine containing


killed virus. It is approved
for use for those older than
6 months. The nasal-spray
flu vaccine contains
weakened virus and is given
by a nasal sprayer. It has
only been approved for use
in those ages 5-49. Both
vaccines cause antibodies
to develop in the body and
the antibodies protect
against the influenza virus.
Susan Smith, spokes-
woman for the Florida
Department of Health,
urges people to plan ahead,
practice good hygiene and
be considerate of others.
"All throughout the year,.
but especially during the flu
season, w\e encourage all
Floridians, both adults and
children, to maintain
proper hygiene and health
habits.
"Washing one's hands on
a regular basis is the
foundation of keeping
germs out of the body. Keep
your hands away from your
mouth, nose and eyes in
order to ensure that you're
not placing thosegerms on
your face.
"If you must sneeze or
cough, do so into your arm
or a tissue so that you don't
transfer germs to your
hands. Stay home if you're
not feeling well You won't
be able to work to your full
potential and yotirun the
risk of making others sick,
as well," she said.
The following groups are
considered at high risk by
the CDC and are urged to


get vaccinated before the
end of October whenever
possible:
Those age 65 and older
with chronic medical
conditions.
Residentsof long-term
care facilities.
Persons aged 2-64 years
old with chronic medical
conditions.
Pregnant women.
Health care workers
who provide direct patient
care.
People living with a
person in a high-risk group,
or caregivers who come to
the home of a high-risk
individual
Children ages 3-23.
month' and caregivers of
newborns, because children
under 24months are at high
risk for complications.
Getting flu shot is one of
the best tlHngs you can do
to safeguard your health
and the heath of at-risk
family members.
If you get the flu, at the
very least you're in for a
miserable time. For young
children, the elderly and
those with chronic illnesses,
the risk of complications is
high. Speak to your health
care provider, and\if it's
indicated, get yourself and
your family protected.
Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine and
a member of the National
Association ofScience
I writers. E-mail questions to
skoppel@-bellsouth.ner.


Understanding Web error messages


ne thing you may
encounter while
surfing the Web is
the unexpected error
message.
This can really be
confusing, because
sometimes it can be
difficult to distinguish
when it is an error on your
machine or an error
somewhere out there in
cyberspace.
People tend to forget that
when they are accessing a
Web site, the data that's
displayed on their
machine, after entering the
Web address, may be
traveling around the world,
bouncing off machine after
machine before arriving at
their desktop. Just one
break in the path from
there to here will result in
an error message such as
"connection timed out,"
"unable to locate host" or
even "404, file not found."
For example, let's say you
are accessing a particular
shopping Web site. The
shopping site's server is out
there in cyberspace
somewhere. Where it
actually is isn't really
important; what really is
important to understand is


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that there may be several
computers between your
machine and their server.
Every one of those comput-
ers has to be working
properly in order for you to
access thatWeb site.
So, you access that
shopping site and every-
thing appears to be
running great. Then it
happens: you click on a
link and the little hourglass
comes up and just sits
there. Your Web browser's
little logo just spins and
spins, but no new page
pops up. Eventually, you
get a message such as
"connection timed out" or
"unable to connect to
host."
Concerned, you check
through your computer's
settings and find that
everything looks fine. What
could the problem be?
What's going on?
I like to think about
connection problems like


this in terms of something
we can all relate to: the
telephone.We all have at
one time called a number
that we know is active, and
we may even know the
.person we are trying to call
is sitting there by the
phone, waiting for the call.
But sometimes when we
try to call, we get that
annoying fast-busy signal
telling us to try the call
again.
When that happens, is
there something wrong
with your phone? No. That
fast-busy tone is just telling
us the system is busy, so
you need to tryyour call
again. You can usually get
through just by hanging up
and hitting redial immedi-
ately, or by trying the call
again in a few minutes.
It is the same issue with
Web sites. When things get
really busy on the Internet,
sometimes you will get
messages that are the
World Wide Web's equiva-
lent of the fast-busy signal:
the system is busy, so try to
access that link again later.
The difference is that
instead of hitting redial as
you would for a phone, you
click the "refresh" button so


the system tries to down-
load the information again.
\ Sometimes your connec-
tion to the Internet may
drop and you have to reset
your connection in order to
get anything after you get.
an unexpected error
message. But usually, the
problem is out there
somewhere.
A surefire way to deter-
mine whether you need to
reset your Internet connec-
tion is to trvto access other
Web sites. Tr.; entering
another Web address or
two. If you cain access other
Web sites but not one
particular site, then the
problem is most likely is
network congestion or a
problem on that particular
Web site.
If you can't access any
sites, then you may want to
reset your modem or
disconnect from your
Internet provider and try
re-connecting; you may
just have had a bad con-
nection.

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computers. He can be i
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Business


Helping patients break the medication habit


By Donald Rodrigue
Rodrigue@hometownnewsol.com
WEST PALM BEACH -
When Scott Novick decided
to open his first American
Pain Management clinic in
Tamarac in 2001, he knew
he wanted to offer more
than just the traditional
medical waiting room expe-
rience.
Relying on his back-
ground in customer service
with Amazon.com and other
companies, he started a
Broward County clinic with
the patients' comfort in
mind. The format proved so
successful that the company
opened a West Palm Beach
office last May.
"We set ourselves apart as
being very patient orientat-
ed," he said. "We are not a
walk-in clinic where you are
going to wait for three
hours. We toe the line,
between being a doctor's
office and customer service.
We don't ask patients to
come and sit for two hours,
but we ask our patients to
treat us with the same
respect and don't miss
appointments."
American Pain Manage-
ment offers a variety of
treatments and services,
including non-invasive pain
management and outpa-
tient detoxification. The


clinics also custom tailor
each patient's medical treat-
ment plan according to his
or her particular needs.
"What we believe is that
there are a tremendous
number of people who have
become dependent on med-
ication after surgery or
addicted for abusing it," he
said. "Everybody got where
they were dependent on the
medication from a different
perspective. The person tak-
ing one pll a day is different
from the one taking 80 a
day."
The clinic's physician,
Robert S. Cooper, is a South
Florida native and graduate
of the University of Miami
Medical School. A diplomat
of the American Board of
Internal Medicine, a mem-
ber of the American Acade-
my of Pain Management
and the American Society of
Addiction .Medicine, Dr.
Cooper uses physical and
injection therapy and med-
ication management to help
patients deal with their
pain.
It was his own experience
with severe pain after sur-
viving a plane crash in 1987,
however, that turned his
medical focus toward pain
management. ,
"It certainly gave me a lot
of insight into the science of
proper treatment of chronic


pain, which is a field that
has evolved over the years,"
he said.
Dr. Cooper says the last
decade has seen a lot of
pharmaceutical innovation
in the treatment of chronic
pain symptoms.
"It wasn't until the last 10
or 12 years or so that we've
had 24-hour analgesic relief
through the use of mor-
phine products and topical
analgesic patches," he said.
"For many years, the long-
acting opiate medications
did not exist."-
One of the wonderful ,
new medications," he said,
is a partial opiate agonist
called suvoxone.
"There is no tolerance and
it works on every single per--
son, with a "much milder
sense of withdrawal com-
pared to a full opiate."
Mr. Novick said Dr. Coop-
er's background in internal
medicine also saved' a
female patient from a much
more serious problem that
was being overlooked.
"One patient was coming
to us from an auto accident
case," he said. "Based oh her
symptoms, he figured out
that she had a brain
aneurysm and sent her to a
specialist who got it taken
care of."
Dr. Cooper says he gets a
lot of pleasure out of seeing


his patients regain their
functionality.
"The most rewarding
thing about treating people
with chronic pain is to have
the patients, such as con-
struction workers, laborers
and carpenters, become
functional and be able to
perform their work-related
duties," he said.
American Pain Manage-
ment accepts all types of
insurances, including per-
sonal injury protection,
workmen's compensation
and Medicare. The clinics
accept every other insurer's
preferred provider organiza-
tion plan and are considered
"in network" for holders of
United Healthcare insur-
ance.

The West Palm Beach clin-
ic is located at 2100 45th St.
and is open, by appointment
only, on Tuesdays and Fri-
days from 10a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Tamarac -office is
located at 7710 N.W. 71st
Court and is open during the'
same hours on Mondays,
Wednesday and Thursdays.
For more information or to
make an appointment, call
(561) 845-PAIN (7246) or
visit the Web site at
www.gooddoc.us (still
under construction at press
time).


HTN takes four awards in national contest


Staff Report

Hometown News took home four
awards from the Independent Free
Papers of America, a national organi-
zation, at its annual conference in
Seattle last weekend.
First place for original writing went
to Warren Kagarise for "A river's
revival;" second place for original
photography went to Mitch Kloorfaih;
HTNI capttired third' place for front


page design and third place for pro- and our publications."
motion/guide/planner for its holiday IFPA prints and distributes to more
gift guide. than 17 million households across the
"Our team at Hometown News U.S. Each year, IFPA members come
should be very proud of yet another together to share ideas, camaraderie
successful awards conference," said, and celebrate their achievements.
Steve Erlanger, publisher and COO, Hometown News is a six-year-old
who attended the conference. group of independently published,
"Achieving national honors is no easy free community newspapers distrib-
task and to walk away year after year uted weekly in 14 markets along Flori-
with more than our share of aWards is day'ss east coast, from Martin County to
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Health department offering shots


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News@hometownnewsol.com
The Martin County Health
Department will offer flu and
pneumonia shots, starting in
October. Shots will be admin-
istered on three Fridays, Oct.
10, 17 and 31, from 10 a.m. to


2 p.m. at the Martin County
Health Department, 3441 S.E.
Willoughby Blvd., Stuart.
No appointment is neces-
sary, but recipients must be at
least 18. The costs are $25 for a
flu shot ahd $40 for a pneu-
monia shot. The shots are
covered for Medicare Part B


holders.
Influenza, more commonly
known as the flu, is a conta-
gious respiratory illness
caused by a virus. It can cause
mild to severe illness and at
times, can lead to death. The
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better use by holding a chil-
dren's carnival and helping
local families affected by the
downturn in the economy.
He also plans to hold more
gasoline giveaways, such as
one held recently in Fort
Pierce that attracted thou-
sands of motorists.
Mr. Gary cancelled the
2007 party after some other
businesses on Osceola
Street complained about the
crowds and noise caused by
his annual Christmas
blowout, which traditionally
draws celebrities and other
out-of-town visitors.
City officials offered the
attorney an alternative site
at Memorial Park last year,
but he declined.

Stuart landmark may
go to auction


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Aithur's Dockside, c
Stuart's most visible
front restaurants, ha
for foreclosure on the
erty.
Zion's First Nationa
wants to collect the re
ing mortgage balar
S ,$1.3 million from Pa
Enterprises of Brevar
matter is scheduled
S before a judge Nov.
/' owner of the rest
Arthur Dombrose, h;
the property is not
foreclosed on.
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the market in 2006, but they
never materialized after a
public outcry over the fact
that some wanted to build
condominiums on the site.
Stuart city manager Dan
Hudson said the city has
previously expressed inter-
est in owning the property,
the only privately held par-1
cel between city hall and the
Roosevelt Bridge.

Environmentalists
hold Stuart
fundraiser
Volunteers for the Rivers
Coalition Defense Fund
held a fundraiser Sept. 27 in
Stuart's Shephard Park to
raise funds for a lawsuit'
against the Army Corps of
Engineers.
Called the "Save Our
Estuary Rally," the event
brought together environ-
mentalists from across the
Treasure Coast, many of
whom brought water sam-i
ples to show the public'how
badly the St. Lucie River has"
been contaminated with
agricultural runoff from;
Lake Okeechobee.
Twenty-two plaintiffs
have filed a lawsuit against
the Corps on behalf of the,
Rivers Coalition, seeking to,
halt the periodic discharges'
of water from Lake Okee-
chobee into the river.
The Corps releases the
water for, flood control
when the level of the lake
rises and begins to put pres-
sure on its earthen dikes.


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Aurora awards honor best state construction projects PLANA,


By Donald Rodrigue
Rodrigue@hometownnewsol.com
STUART Two Stuart
members of the Treasure
Coast Builders Association
received statewide recogni-
tion for their respective con-
struction projects.
Bayview Construction
received a 2008 Aurora
award for The Esplanade, a
three-story East Ocean
Boulevard commercial proj-
ect housing offices, luxury
condominiums and a small
restaurant next to a
Mediterranean-style piazza.
Buford Construction won
an Aurora award in the land-
scape and pool design cate-
gory for the company's work
on the Wakeman residence
in the Jensen Beach/Rio
area.
Both projects had previ-
ously received Gold Medal-
lion awards from the Port St.
Lucie-based Treasure Coast
Builders'Association.
Don Santos, past presi-
dent and spokesman for the
association, said it's rare for
an association to have two
Aurora winners in the same


year.
"When competing with
builders across the entire
southeastern United States
and you're awarded an
Aurora, it's a thrill," he said.
"It's like receiving a Grammy
Award."
In addition to its Aurora
and Gold Medallion awards
for architectural design in
the commercial property
division, The Esplanade
earned an award of excel-
lence from the National
Commercial Builder Coun-
cil division of the National
Association of Home
Builders.
Ken Ringe, president of
Bayview Construction,
which is celebrating its 30th
anniversary this year, said
having his company's proj-
ect chosen out of those sub-'
mitted by so many high-
quality builders was a
humbling experience.
"At Bayview, we're proud
and honored to be selected
as an Aurora Award winner,"
he said. "The Esplanade at
downtown Stuart adds to
the beauty of a historic and
thriving area of our commu-


nity."
Steven Vitale, the son of
the building's developer,
Otto Vitale, is a Stuart attor- --
ney who moved into' The
Esplanade last December.
He said that his family took
over the Mediterranean- lo
style development from
another developer and
added their own special
touches.
"We did make various
changes to enhance the
appearance, such as the/
curved Mediterranean rail-
ings, the fountains, and the
beautiful Mediterranean
mural," he said. "We have
these beautiful balconies
that give a panoramic
downtown view from the
bridge to the river."
The Wakeman home,
designed by Buford Con-
strucuion, won four of the
Treasure Coast Builders
association' ~ Gold Medal-
lion award. and is the first
home in Martin County to Staff photo by Donald Rodrigue
receive a "green" certifica- The Esplanade office and condominium building on East Ocean Boulevard at Confusion
tion by the Florida Green
Building Chalitionrida Green Crner recently won its builder, Bayview Construction of Stuart, state-wide recognition
with a, coveted Aurora Award. The three-story Mediterranean-style structure features an
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Fo For Fore't Padon. the dry cleaning business 1is a
- tamilv aItair.

Nearly 50 years ago, he and his father started a pick-
up and de;hver dr-dean business in the suburbs of
Chicago. Soon, their business grew so large that the '
plant they paid to dry clean the clothes could no
longer accommodate them. so they bought their ovwn
plant.

A member of Pompano Beach High's I Florida) frst
graduating class of 1%00. Forest pulled up stakes and
left Chicago for warmer climes when. in 19SJ. he
bought his first dn' cleaning plant in Florida on -
Kindred Street by Stulrtis Main Posti Office.Since
then, Forest has added a location in iensen Beach.
Si.o more in Stuart IE Ocean Blvd L Kanner Hw v)
and rmo in Palm Cn I (Martin Downr Blvd & Martin
'- Hwi behind the P.ost Officei.

In 2ill5. Forest's son. Brent. joined the business
full-time.

Forest attributes his success to prove iding quality
workmanship and friendly service to his customers.
like providing On-Site Tailors at all locations. FREE
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Besides the nvpical fare of dresses, suits, pants and
shirts. Your Hometown Cleaners can clean leather.
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items such as bedspreads, comforters, draperies, ru's,
pillows and linens.

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Community notes


Coast Guard Auxiliary
offers boat course

The Coast Guard Auxiliary
Stuart is offering a Boating
Skills Course beginning
Monday, Oct. 6, at its Opera-
tion Center in Sand Sprit
Park on St Lucie Blvd., Stu-
art.
This training will cover
topics such as navigation
rules, casting off and dock-
ing, anchoring safely, Trai-
lering boats, knots, seaman-
ship, state and federal
requirements and much
more.
A free hand held VHF
radio will be given to one of
the participants in this class.
Details will be explained at
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the first class.
Registration begins at 6:30
p.m. Classes are scheduled
for two hours each Monday
and Thursday evenings until
Certificate night on Oct. 30.
The investment in this valu-
able training is only $49,
which covers the cost of
materials.
Instruction is provided by
senior Auxiliarists at no
charge as a public service.
Early registration is
encouraged as seating is lim-
ited. Call (772) 288-0509.

Riot City Rollers
seek members

The Riot City Rollers flat
track derby team is looking


for members.
Both woman and men
over 18 are encouraged to
join the team. No prior skat-
ing experience required.
Practice is every Wednes-
day and Friday from 8-11
p.m., and Sunday from 2-5
p.m. at Halpatiokee
Regional Park located at
7645 S.W. Lost River Drive,
Stuart.
For more information,
call (772) 334-6734, or e-
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dren. It is a nonprofit, all
volunteer organization
located in Stuart that col-
lects clothing that school
children have outgrown.
These clothes are then
passed on to children in
need.
The 4Cs is holding its 12th
annual fundraising golf
tournament and silent auc-
tion on Saturday, Oct. 25, at
1 p..m. at Monarch Country
Club. The format is a 4-per-
son scramble, handicapped
and flighted. There will also
be a "ladies only" division, a
helicopter ball drop for cash
prizes, a 9-hole putting con-
test, Par 3 poker and Beat
the Pro. The cost per person
is $125, including dinner.
To register or for more
information, contact Doug
Brimlow at (772) 283-7754.

Yoga classes offered

Enjoy the many benefits of
yoga. Improve strength, flexi-
bility and balance while
releasing tension from body
and mind.
Beginner classes are held
on Tuesday from 10:30-
11:30 a.m. Intermediate
classes are held on Fridays
from 10:30-11:45 a.m. at 770
34th St., Palm City. The cost is
$9 per class. The first class is
free of charge.
For more information, call
Karen (772) 463-2511 or just
stop by for a class.
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The swimming pool and'grounds of the Wakeman
home near Rio recently won its builder, Buford Con-
struction of Stuart, statewide recognition with a coveted
Aurora Award. The builder was one of only two
builders on the Treasure Coast to win the awards.


Builders.
From page.A9
The pool and surround-
ing gardens feature an
authentic Seminole Chick-
ee hut and uses native
Florida limestone and
plants dispersed among
the 100-year-old live oak
.trees.
Dennis Buford, the
owner of the; company,
says that even the home's
.pool is' environmentally
friendly.
"The pool is built of nat-
ural products and tie
pumps are energy effi-
cient," he said. "It's what I
call a chlorine-free pool,
which rates it as an envi-
ronmentally positive filtra-
tion system."
This is Buford Construc-


tion's third Aurora award.
The first came in 1998 for a
custom-built home in
Willoughby Golf Club and
the second in 2002 for a
Sewall's Point residence.
Mr. Buford says the cred-
it for his latest Aurora
should be shared with all
the different groups
involved in bringing it
together.
"Iam always thrilled to
win an Aurora because it
says a lot about the quality
of the contractors and for
the homeowners and the
architects," he said. "The
Aurora award is a team'
award."

For more information on
the Aurora awards and
other winners in the state,
visit the. Web : site,
www.theauroras:com., i. i;


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Friday, October 3, 2008


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Library notes


The following programs
are available through the
Martin County Library Sys-
tem.
Six Friends' Bizarre
Bazaar: The six friends
groups of the Martin Coun-
ty Library System are seek-
ing high quality items, such
as antiques and other items,
irn new or like new condi-
tion, which could be sold at
the Six Friends' Bizarre
Bazaar, which will take
place Saturday, Nov. 15.
An\ such items shouldd be
brought to Connie Bass at
the&Blake Library ih Stuart.
The Martin County
Library System Center for
Reading and Literacy will
offer two weekly series of
citizenship classes Thurs-
days, from 6-8 p.m. and
Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon,
through Dec. 20 at the
Robert Morgade Library.
Get help in preparing for
the citizenship test with


these free classes. Space is
limited. Advance registra-
tion is required. Call (772)
219-4960 to register.
Meeting rooms avail-
able at libraries
The Martin County
Library System offers a
wide variety of meeting
room spaces. Groups of vir-
tually any size can be
accommodated at any of
the following locations:
Blake Library, 2351 S.E.
Monterey Road, Stuart.
Elisabeth Lahti Library,
15200 S.W. Adams Ave.,
Indiantown.
Hobe Sound Public
Library, 10595 S.E. Federal
Highway, Hobe Sound.
Hoke Library, 1150 N.W.
Jack Williams Way, Jensen
Beach.
Robert Morgade
Library, IRCC Chastain
Center, 5851 S.E. Commu-
nity Drive, Stuart,
Children's story times


are offered at the following
times:
Hobe Sound Public
Library, 10595 South U.S. 1,
Hobe Sound Beautiful
Babies (ages 0-1), 10 a.m.
Thursday; Terrific Tod-
dlers (ages 1-2), lla.m.
Thursday; Book Buddies
(ages 3-5), 10:30 a.m. Tues-
days.
Hoke Library, 1150 N.W.
Jack Williams Way, Jensen
Beach Beautiful Babies
(ages 0-1), 10:30 a.m. Tues-
days; Terrific Toddlers (ages
1-2), 11:30 a.m. Tuesday;
Book Buddies (ages 3-5),
10:30 a.m. Thursday. Pre-
sented at no charge.

For more information or
to learn more about the
Martin County Library Sys-
tem, call (772) 221-1403, or
pick up a Library Connec-
tion at any branch library
or visit the library Web site,
www.library.martin.fl.us.


Community
From page A0I -0

VFW dance

Dance to live music on
Thursday, from 7:30-10:30
p.m. at the Stuart VFW Post
No. 4194, located at 2464 S.E.
Veterans Highway, off Mon-
terey Road. Public is wel-
come. The cost is $5.
For more information, call
(772)287-9244.

Free mammograms

Soroptimist International
of Stuart is offering free
mammograms to those who
qualify.
To qualify, a woman must
be a Martin County resi-
dent, have no insurance or
other means to pay, and
have a physician's order for
a screening mammogram.
Through its Save Our Selves
- Save Our Sisters program,
Soroptimist International of
Stuart provides education
on breast health and assis-
tance to women in-need.
For more information or
to participate in the free


mammogram program, call
(772) 220-0115 and leave a
message in the mammo-
gram program mailbox.

Kids night out

This program is-designed
to give moms and dads an
evening out on the first and
third Friday evening of each
month from 7-11 p.m. The
Jensen Beach recreation
staff will plan a full schedule
of fun and safe activities,
including blazer bowling, for
children 4 to 12 years-of-age.
A dinner of pizza, tacos or
sandwiches and chips will
also be provided.
Advanced registration is
required. The program is
offered at a cost of $20 per
child. Participant drop off
begins at 7 p.m. A $10 per
child late fee will be charged
after 11:15 p.m.
The Martin County Sher-
iff's Office will be called if
children are not picked up
by 11:30 p.m. or if the par-
ents are believed to be
impaired.
SFor more information, call
(772) 334-1954.

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Rants
From page A6

County vehicles still a hot topic

I read with interest a reader's concern with a county vehicle
being used in going to a crossing guard location. I'm very ani-
mated about reducing locally-owned agencies taking vehicles
home. It isn't right a vehicle is out of service that could be used
in conducting business.
What we must realize is, we don't have enough crossing
guards within a short distance from our schools.
In such circumstances, we must recruit those from many
miles away to work the post. They are provided with a vehicle,
and it will also enforce the safety issue at the school site.
I'm a volunteer with the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office. I
was offered a job as a paid employee crossing guard. The wage
is minimal, an extensive background check is performed, and
you must be at the school crossing veryearly and in the after-
noon. You are expected to be there every school day, rain or
shine. There is also a class you must attend to be a guard. I said
thanks, but no thanks.
As to the person driving the county vehicle: give him/her a
pass. They are giving much of their day making it safe for chil-
dren: The answer is having parents/grandparents/inter-ested
citizens who are close to the schools to participate. It is worth-
while, but demanding on your time.




















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"Serving With Dignity and Caring Professionalism" Where Inner and Outer Beauty Meet
Teddi & Co. Salon Miracles is the vision of two sisters who believe in the highest
Anne Y. Thorne, Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer professional standards. The staff is continually educated in the hair and nail industries,
Reverend John A. Thorne, General Manager & Notary as well as caring for mind, body and spirit. Teddi & Co. Salon Miracles is dedicated
Losing a loved one is one ofthe hardest things we will ever deal with. While no to their profession and to you, the client. They offer special services you won't usually
one can make that heartbreak gd away, Thorne's Mortuary, Inc., independently find at other salons, such as the therapeutic Migun Massage Bed, Reiki, Reconnective
owned and operated, can help to make the arrangement plans a little less stressful. Healing, Keratin Complex Hair Therapy and 15-minute BleachBright teeth whitening.
They realize that a little compassion goes a long way. This full-service funeral When you enter Teddi & Co. Salon Miracles, you'll be personalty welcomed by a dynamic and sensitive
home can assist you with the planning process, including out-of-state transfers, the funeral service and team whose talent and techniques go hand-in-hand with constantly seeking ways to improve. Their priority
the burial or cremation choices. As caring professionals, they take the time and consideration needed to is healthy hair, full of shine, using the latest hair color products and techniques in cutting, coloring, perming
understand each family's circumstances. This allows them to offer a more-personalized service so that the and styling. For treatments involving chemicals such highlights, coloring, and permanent waves, Teddi &
families can experience a meaningful time to celebrate the lives of their loved ones. Co. Salon Miracles uses only high quality products that will not damage your hair.
Thorne's Mortuary, Inc., located at 420 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Stuart, phone (772) Be sure to try an expert manicure, including Acrylic and Pink & White, a luxurious spa pedicure or waxing.
223-0900, provides services for all faiths and burial custbms, including "Scatterings at Sea". Their basic They provide quality salon services at affordable prices. Their goal is to help revive your inner beauty as
philosophy is to provide a meaningful tribute for your loved one that depicts life, hope, loving care and a well as your outer beauty and make you feel welcomed, comfortable, relaxed and loved. And while you're
new beginning. there, be sure to browse their Boutique for unique gifts, bags and jewelry.
These professionals recognize the need for preparation. Whatever your personal choice mausoleum The editors of this 2008 Welcome Back Snowbirds Edition Local Business Update recommend you
entombment, ground burial or cremation, Thorne's Mortuary, Inc. can provide an affordable plan so that call Teddi & Co. Salon Miracles today at (772) 283-3878. Walk-ins are always welcomed. They are
your loved ones can be spared of the pain associated with making heartbreaking and expensive decisions conveniently located in the Old Palm City Town Square at 2339 SW Martin Highway in Palm City.
in a time of loss. Pre-planning is one of the most important choices we can make to help ensure complete Cry a f J p
protection and peace of mind. COuntry Day of Jupiter
The authors of this 2008 "Welcome Back Snowbirds" Edition Local Business Update commend Country Day of Jupiter, a private preschool established in 1993, and located at 5937 Roebuck Road in
Thorne's Mortuary, Inc. for the compassionate service they offer to this community. For information Jupiter, is owned and operated by Diana and Roger Gilroy, with the assistance of Director Melanie Hicks
call f772) 223-0900, or visit their website at www.thornesmortuary.com. and a staff of professional educators and caregivers. They are all dedicated to helping children develop
Liberty Coach of Florida educational and social skills in a loving and secure environment, Their philosophy is that each child is a
unique individual and should be free to mature intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially to their
Luxury Coach Sales & Service, Now in Stuart, FL full potential. Country Day's creative, fun-filled learning activities, under the direction of their experienced
Liberty Coach, the world's premier motorcoach builder, builds fine professional teachers, provide the ideal enjoyable, caring and safe environment for children.
quality customized bus conversions, and provides incomparable Country Day is a wonderful preschool where age-appropriate instruction forms the foundation of their
supportservices totheirfamily ofcoachowners. With over 38 years of experience building bus conversions, educational program. The High Reach curriculum is used for their Toddlers and Two-year-olds, while
Liberty Coach has gained their customers' respect and earned a reputation as the industry innovator. They the phonics-based A-Beka curriculum is used for their Three and Four year-olds. All components of their
have led the way in style, design, and mechanical technology to the highest level of excellence. curricula are designed to effectively prepare children for thechallenges of elementary school. Consistent
Liberty Coach vehicles are built for those with discriminating taste who can appreciate the Liberty reinforcement and encouragement, coupled with challenging, motivating experiences, help build the
difference: the QUALITY craftsmanship and the underlying sense of FAMILY pride that is built into confidence and motivation for mastering those future challenges. Their staff also promotes character
each coach to produce the highest quality, most technologically advanced, most comfortable motorcoach development, good manners and appropriate classroom behavior.
available. Country Day of Jupiter is currently accepting applications for Fall 2008 for children 12 months through
Liberty Coach meticulously installs all the components on every coach. The exquisite interior fabrics and Pre-K (VPcertificates accepted), and after-school care for elementary-ged children. Country Day also
custom-made furniture and cabinetry and the top-quality foundation make for an incomparably finished offers creative Holidy, Sping and Summer Camp programs. Call Country Day at (561) 746-2889 to
motorcoach that is unequaled in the industry. Technologically advanced and user-friendly systems give you schedule a personal tour.or to enroll your child.
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Liberty Coach maintains a mobile technical support team, and Prevost offers service centers across the
country as well as a roadside assistance plan. Ask the folks at Liberty Coach of Florida for details. Dynamic Pediatric Dentistry For Children, PLC
The editors of this 2008 "Welcome Back Snowbirds" EditionLocal Business Update recommend that Cindy Wilson, D.D.S.
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(772) 483-2701 or toll-free 1-800-554-9877. Inspect their "Elegant Ladies" and find out how you can committed to providing the best dental care for your child, from infancy through the teen-age years. Their
have the motorcoach of your dreams. Take a virtual tour at www.libertycoach.com. goal is not only to perform dentistry, but also to make your child feel more comfortable at the dentist. For
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Their highly trained and experienced drillers have been providing quality, lasting wells for residents and you let your child know about good dental habits, which will give them a lifetime of strong, healthy teeth?
their communities for over 30 years. An efficiently installed P.V.C. screen and gravel packed well from The authors.of this 2008 "Welcome Back Snowbirds" Local Business Update suggest that you call
American Drilling Services, Inc. will provide you with a dependable water source for many years to come. Dynamic Pediatric Dentistry For Children, PLC today at (772) 221-3112 they take great pride in
They also provide repair services to existing wells. They understand the frustration of going to the faucet consistently striving to exceed the "standard of care" for pediatric dentistry, today and tomorrow.
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Keeping one's faith and spirits high is often difficult for those who live with a life-limiting illness. The the latest and best scooters in theTreasure Coast area. They carry models by Andretti/Benelli, Lambretta,
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as high as 7V2 feet. Their DCA state approved units range in size from 600 sfto as large as 3000 sf. You can consciousness is their priority.
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Modular homes can be placed on nearly any residential lot, in a manufactured home community, or on a rural for happiness and peace of mind you call Maria in Port St. Lucie at (772) 343-9300, or Nellie in Ft.
property. Modular homes are insured and mortgaged, just like site-built homes. They have a much warmer Pierce at (772) 460-0301 and find out how to get your reading and their special promotions. They
appearance reflecting a homeowner's individuality, unlike today's tract housing developments, are available for Special Events and parties and also do phone readings. Cash or Credit Cards are
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location, call (772) 223-1179, or stop by their showroom at 306 SE Monterey Road in Stuart. The Treasure Coast Vet
The editors of this 2008 "Welcome Back Snowbirds" Local Business Update recommend you visit Five StarJacobson
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Brookdale Senior Living Animal Hospital with its Premier Mobile Clinic
Sln After 20 years in Jensen Beach, Ocean Breeze Animal Hospital is adding a new doctor, Joel Rossen DVM,
Providing Tequesta with the finest in Personalized Assisted Living and and a mobile veterinary clinic. Using their new mobile clinic, Ocean Breeze, the only AAHA (American
Alzheimer's and Dementia Care. Animal Hospital Association) accredited hospital in the Jensen-Stuart area, will now be participating in
Brookdale Senior Living is a leading national provider of senior living services throughout the U.S. In Palm community outreach, making lower-cost annual vaccinations available to those in the community that are |
Beach County,'this includes two communities that provide seniors with the utmost in service, hospitality finding the high costs of well-pet care a burden. For low-cost vaccination clinics' times and locations, log-


and care: Sterling House and Clare Bridge Tequesta. on to UceanBreezeVet.com.
At Sterling House, residents enjoy life with the support they require. Services are tailored to meet the needs Ocean Breeze's new mobile provides your pet with the best combination of modem veterinary technology
of each individual. So if it's assistance with bathing, dining, or medication management, this Brookdale and good, old-fashioned service. If your pet needs more comprehensive care, they can transport your pet
community has the resources to enhance the quality of life for every resident they serve. At Clare Bridge, to their AAHA certified hospital where the highest level of veterinary care is provided. Ocean Breeze also
the only free-standing Alzheimer's and Dementia Care community in Tequesta, residents with Alzheimer's has boarding facilities for nearly 100 animals. In the event of a hurricane evacuation, you can board your
disease or other forms of dementia receive care from a professionally trained staff whose clinical expertise pets at the hospitals until the danger has passed.
is rivaled only by their care and compassion for the individuals they serve. Drs. Rossen and Tomes are aware that it is often difficult or impossible for pet owners to leave work to care
Residents of each community have accessito Innovative Senior Care, Brookdale's in-house therapy for their pets. That is why they are extending their appointment hours to 8 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and
;services provider-available steps from each resident's door. Wednesday, and 7 pm on Thursdays.
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Nonprofit showcase


coming to mall


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JENSEN BEACH -
Treasure Coast Square
Mall will host the first-
ever "A Nonprofit Affair"
on Saturday, Oct. 18,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This free event will
bring area nonprofit
agencies together to edu-
cate the public about
their services, recruit vol-
unteers and promote
upcoming programs and
events.
More than 25 local
nonprofit organizations
will be on hand to pro-
vide visitors with infor-
mation .on the services
available, engage the
community in the impor-
tance of taking an active
role -in these organiza-
tions and serve as a
venue for visitors to par-
take in fundraising
efforts.
Participating organiza-
tions include: Caring
Children, Clothing Chil-
dren, Deaf and Hard of
Hearing Services, Help-
ing People Succeed,
Library Foundation of


Martin County and more.
Limited booth space is
still available for those
organizations interested
in participating in this
first-ever "A Nonprofit
Affair." Sponsorships
begin at $50.
For more information,
contact jaden Smith at
(772) 692-9401 or send an
e-mail to
jadsmith@simon.com by
Oct. 8.


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STUART The Indian
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ness Technology Incuba-
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Wednesday, Oct. 15, from
noon-1 p.m.
"The ABC's of Unem-
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cerning unemployment Seating is limited, contact Karen Schreiner at
rights. To register, visit (772) 419-5690 or send an
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Eliminate the "Dealer Fee".


Fellow Florida Car Dealers, if you don't
know me, I should tell you that I don't profess
to be some "holier than thou" car dealer who
was always perfect for the past 38 years.
When I look at some of my past advertising
and sales tactics, I am not always proud.
But I have evolved as my customers have
evolved. My customers' expectations, level
of education ard sophistication are much
higher today. Your customers are no different.
My remarks are made sincerely and with a
positive intent toward you and your custom-
ers. I am nottryingtotellyou ----
how to run your business. I "AIf CU
am suggesting a change that
will reward both you and your expectath
customers.


Virtually every car dealer Of eauc
in Florida adds a charge to
the price of cars he sells, a SOphistii
"dealer fee/doc fee/dealer
prep" fee ranging from $500 much hig
to nearly $1,000. This extra
charge is programmed into
your comrpuer II has been made illegal in
many sales including Caldoma bul IS still
legal rn Flonrda The reason you charge this
fee Smply lo increase Ine price or me car
and your profl in Suh. in manner matl I is not
noticed by your Cus.luners This is ilus plain
wrong I used l charge a dealer lee ($4951
and when I stopped charging i a few years
ago nI wa:- scary Bul I did at because I could
no longer in good concienei:?. mislead my
cul.iamer Just because evervbodv else
was doing rrte same Ihingr did not make i
correcl


lNow, here is the good news. After eliminat-
ing the dealer fee my profit per car did drop
by about the amount of the dealer fee, but
my customers realized I was now giving them
a fair shake and quoting a complete out-the-
door price with no "surprises". And the word
spread. My volume of car sales began to rise
rapidly. Sure, I was making a few hundred
dollars less per car, but I was selling a lot
more cars. I was and am selling cars to many
of your former customers. My bottom line
has improved, not because I eliminated the
S dealer fee, but because I was
sftomers' able to eam the trust of more
customers in buying their new
ions, level or used car. You can do the
same.
ition and Why am I writing this letter?
I'm not going to tell you that
cation are I think of myself as the new
"sheriff" that has come to
her today" "clean up South Florida". In
fact, I am well aware that this
'letter is, to some extent, self-
serving Many people will read this letter and
learn why mtey should buy a car from me.
and not you And. I am also aware that most
dealers who read ths will either gel angry and
ignoree iI or not nave the courage to follow my
lead But maybe you will be me excephon If
you have any rilterest Ir following my lead.
call me anytime I don't have a secretary and
I don I screen any of my phone calls I would
love to chat with you about mis
Sincerely.
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Nov 27 Thanksgiving on
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A Ithough I grew up in
New England and
S had many trips to
New Hampshire during my
youth, revisiting always
gives me the feeling of
seeing the sights for the
first time.
I was thrilled to hear my
nephew was getting
married, with the added
excitement of the nuptials
being held in the Lake
Sunapee area of New
Hampshire and that it
would be in September. I
thought how could it get
any better? The foliage will
be in bloom and I couldn't
wait.
I left Florida in the
middle of wondering which
way Hurricane Ike was
going to go. I flew into
Boston to spend a few days
with my family before
making the trip to New


Hampshire. The first day in
Boston was 90 degrees (this
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I could do without) but the
remaining days were in the
70s; I was in heaven.
Mornings were brisk, but.
the afternoons were
perfect. I was home; the
weather really did not
matter much.
The leaves in the Boston
area did not really have a
chance to change as it was
still early, but my trip north
showed the start of the
foliage season very well.
The leaves were mostly
still green with yellows
peaking through as we,
started traveling north on
Interstate 93 through the
Merrimack Valley. When we
got into the areas of
Manchester and Concord,
we started to see more
yellow and some reds
coming into the scenery.


Our destination was in
North Sutton, N.H., a lovely
town surrounded by lakes
and mountains. We stayed
in a beautiful house that
sat atop a hill with a huge
lawn that had a gazebo
sitting in the middle
surrounded by Adirondack
chairs set to look away
from the house, to the
incredible mountain range.
This was a private home,
but there are many homes
in the area that have been
transformed into bed and
breakfasts, each with their
own charm.
The mountain range in


front of us (to the east) was
starting its foliage bloom
and at sundown, you could
Ssee the many colors
coming through. In mid-
October I am sure it will be
even more of an incredible
sight when the colors will.
be at their brightest.
We were about an hour
north of Manchester and
about 40 minutes from
Concord. The ceremony
was in a small white
wooden church in New-
Sbury, N.H., located west of
us, on the east side of Lake
Surapee.
The reception gave us
another scenic tour of the
area by heading east to
New London to the Lake
Sunapee Country Club. The
day was gorgeous (as was
the bride) and the setting
was phenomenal. The
fairways could not be
greener and the trees
showed their many colors
with the afternoon sun
hitting them just right.
What a sight.
New Hampshire has so
much to offer. The lakes
region alone boasts the
largest of NH's lakes, Lake
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call New Hampshire home.
There are also mountains
for skiing and state parks to
explore something for
everyone year-round.
Although New Hamp-
shire has just 18 miles of
coastline, the beaches are
fantastic with soft sand.
You may not be one to
hang out on the beach, but
there is so much more to
see, such as the harbors
with their lobster boats
coming and going, as well
as small local villages with
their unique shops, muse-
ums and observatory.
The White Mountains
contain as much to do year
round as the lakes region.
Of course the ski slopes are
open as long as there is
snow. You can drive to the
top of Mount Washington
and get your sticker: "This
car climbed Mount Wash-'
ington." This is seen on
many vehicles in the area.
There is backpacking,
white water rafting, water
parks and many natural
attractions such as "The
Flume."
I love fall in New Eng-
land. Whether you get
yourselves out on the roads
and drive, take a tour or
even cruise, the sights are
incredible, not to. mention
the history that makes it
worth the trip.
In mid-October you will
find foliage in full bloom.in
central New England. The
further north you go, the
earlier the foliage. Of
course if you go as far as
northern Maine and
southern Canada, you
better get there early: the
foliage will be gone before.
you know it.
What a trip. I got to see
my family and attend a
beautiful wedding, all
while witnessing some of
Mother Nature's most
wonderful scenery. I had it
all.
If you plan or taking a
trip to sec the fall foliage,
'make sure you time it right.
It will be so well worth it.

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SECTION B FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2008


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Library announces
October movies

The Fort Pierce Branch
Library announced its
Wednesday matinee lineup
for October. Held every
Wednesday, the library will
present a free film, starting
at 2 p.m.
SOct. 1: "House on
Haunted Hill" (1959)
featuringVince Price. Five
people are invited to a
haunted house party and
offered $10,000 each by an
eccentric millionaire and
his wife to spend the night
in a house with a murder-
ous past.
Oct. 8: "Trog" (1970)
featuring Joan Crawford. An
anthropologist unearths a
troglodyte (Ice Age, half-
man, half-ape) and man-
aged to domesticate him,
until he is let loose with
terrifying results.
Oct. 15:'"Young
Frankenstein" (1974).
featuring Gene Wilder and
Madeline Kahn. A young
neurosurgeon inherits the
castle of his grandfather, Dr.
Victor Von Frankenstein in
this comedy by Mel Brooks.
Oct. 22: "Topper" (1937)
featuring Cary Grant and
Roland Young. The fun
loving Kirbys, stockholders
in a bank, drive recklessly
once too often and become
ghosts. Now in a limbo of.
neither good nor bad deeds,
they decide to try one good
deed: rehabilitate Topper,
the president of the bank.
Oct. 29: "Hush..Hush,
Sweet Charlotte" (1964)
featuring Betty Davis.
Charlotte Hollis is an aging
recluse deluded into a state
of dementia by horrible
memories and hallucina-
tions. Her cousin tried to
have her committed. Will
she overcome the threshold
ofinsanity?

The Fort Pierce Branch of
the St. Lucie County Library
System is located at 101
Melody Lane. For more
information, call (772) 462-
2787.

Learning center's
October programs

The Oxbow Eco-Center,
St. Lucie County's environ-
mental learning center, has
several events scheduled for
See SCENE, B2


Mitcn Kloortain/chiet photographer
Heather Williams performed to a packed house at Morningside Church in Port St. Lucie when she released her
first music CD. Samples of Heather's music at can be heard at.www.myspace.com/heatherwilliamsmusic.


Heather Williams makes a joyful noise


Heather Williams has
packed a lifetime into her
32 years.
The Stuart resident
performs at the Worship
Loud service at the
Morningside Church in
Port St. Lucie on Saturday
nights; her husband, Tim,
is the youth pastor at the
church. How they came
together, survived tragedy
and emerged stronger is
the story of deep faith and
love, which Heather
Williams shares in her
music.
Originally from Michi-


gan, she met her husband,
a Floridian, when he was
on a music mission and
outreach trip to Detroit.
They became friends and
dated long-distance for a
while and then, with
almost no money, she
came to Port St. Lucie to
meet his family.
"I was 18 years old and
had a nickel in my pocket,"
Ms. Williams said. "I got a
job and a place to stay. We
dated fouror five months
and he proposed on my
birthday on a radio show.
He even had a billboard


painted. We were married
six months later."
Her new husband had a
solo album out and didn't
really know that she could
sing. One day she started
playing and said she was
going to write a song; soon
they were performing 100-
130 dates a year with their
band U-Turn. They took
their Christian rock music
all over the country.
In 1997, they performed
at the Morningside
Church. They felt that they
had come home there and
Tim eventually became


the youth pastor. Still,
something was missing.
S"I had always wanted to
be a mom," Ms. Williams
said. "I had a crazy
childhood, from an
abusive home, but I've
always had a love in my
heart for kids. We had
gotten married young and'
I had a lot of baggage. My
husband and I were
fighting and we were in a
pretty bad place. Even
though I was traveling
with a Christian band, I

See WILLIAMS, B4


Out&


FRIDAY, OCT. 3 -
SUNDAY, OCT. 5
The Barn Theatre,
'2400 SE. Ocean Blvd., Stu-
art, presents the Herb
Gardner comedy, "A Thou-
sand Clowns," through
October 5.' Performances
are Wednesdays-Saturdays
at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 2
p.m. Tickets are $20; call
the box office at (772) 287-
4884 or visit the Web site
at www.barn-theatre.com.

BARS AND CLUBS

FRIDAY, OCT. 3
Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort
Pierce, Alex Kash, 6 -10
p.m. (772) 460-9014.
Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River
Drive, Jensen Beach, Reg-
gae by Rainfall, Friday and
Saturday, 8 p.m. to mid-
night. (772) 334-1130.


Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen
Beach, Call for performers.
8 p.m.-midnight. (772)
225-3444.
Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road,
Port Salerno, OPM, 9 p.m.
to midnight. (772) 283-
1929
*Hutchinson Island Mar-
riott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchin-
son Island, (772) 225-
3700. -
*Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart, Friday
and Saturday, the Jukebox
Band, 8:30 p.m. 12:30
a.m..(772) 223-5048.

SATURDAY, OCT. 4
Bogey's & Stogey's,
1032 S.E. Port St. Lucie
Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Call for
performers. (772) 337-
7778.
*,Caf6 Creme, 1068 S.E.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, 6-8:30 p.m. (772)


337-2111.
Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River
Drive, Jensen Beach, Reg-
gae by Rainfall, 8 p.m. to
midnight. (772) 334-1130.
Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen
Beach, Call for performers,
7:30-11:30 p.m. (772) 225-
3444.
Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road,
Port Salerno, OPM, 9 p.m.-
midnight. (772) 283-1929
Groucho's Comedy
Club, 1628 S. Federal High-
way, Stuart, Peter Hefty,
plus special 'guest to be
announced; 9:30.p.m. Tick-.
ets are $12; reservations
recommended. Call (772)
419-0302.
* Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart, Friday
and Saturday, the Jukebox
Band, 8:30 p.m. 12:30
a.m. (772) 223-5048
Kings Head Pub, 2838
S.W. Port St. Lucie Blvd.,
Call for performers; (772)


340-1223.

SUNDAY, Oct. 5'
Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River,.
Drive, in Jensen Beach fea-
tures Reggae by Rainfall
from 7-10 p.m. (772) 334-
1130.
Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road,
Port Salerno, Sweet Justice,
2-6 p.m. (772) 283-1929
Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart, Reggae
with Frenz, 2-6 p.m. (772)
223-5048.
Wahoo's on the Water-
front, 400 N.W. Alice Ave.,
in Stuart features various
classic rock bands from
4:30-8:30 p.m. (772) 692-
2333.

TUESDAY, OCT. 7
SSouthern Comfort
Saloon, 7133 S. U.S. 1,
See OUT, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 10-03-2008


Aries-March 21-April 19
You have been through so
much this year. The question
is, will life ever get back to a
normal? The answer is yes.
As the year comes to a close,
you will begin to feel and see
more stability. The storms are
over for a while. Begin to:
place attention on small
details. Polish up your act.
Keep your faith and all will
be well.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Keep a strong focus on your
priorities. Now is not the
time to get sidetracked on
unimportant issues. Be firm
with those who want too
much of your time or
resources. When you say no
to negative demands you:
create respect. This is the
foundation for love, honor
and human dignity. Now you
are back on the right track.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Wisdom is one of your great-
est strengths and sources of
power. Increase your knowl-
edge and wisdom. This will
increase -your. experiences
and broaden your life. These
new values translate into
higher income, more respect
and greater peace of mind.
Now life is more balanced,
happier, less stressful and on
track to even greater success.

SCancer-June 22-July22
Count your blessings for all
the personal gain this year,
It's time to review where you
are and begin to formulate
plans for next year. Set your
new goals a little higher so
you have a positive personal
challenge to work toward
and complete. Don't be con-
tent, with the status quo.
Move it forward. Your happi-
ness depends on it.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
A lighter touch goes a long
way. Be extra kind to others
who have loved and sup-
ported you so much this
year. Give back and share as
you have been given. As the
year draws to a close, you
will see even more rewards
for the fruits of your labors. A
kind word, a hug or a pat on
the back go a long way
toward insuring your happi-
ness and success.

Virgo-Aug.23-Sept.22
You have so many good
things to look forward to.
You continue to organize
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Port St. Lucie (772) 871-
0412.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8
Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno open mic night,
8:30-11 p.m. (772) 283-
1929
Hutchinson Island Mar-
riott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchin-
son Island. Call (772) 225-
3700.
Thirsty Turtle, 2825 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, Davee Bryan, 7:45 -
11p.m. (772) 344-7774.


Wahoo's on the Water-
front, 400 N.W. Alice Ave.,
Stuart, various solo artists,
6-9:30 p.m. (772) 692-2333.

THURSDAY, OCT. 9
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.
Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach features Reg-
gae by Rainfall from 7 -10
p.m. (772) 334-1130.
Dolphin Bar & Shrimp
House, 140 N.E. Indian River
Drive, Jensen Beach (772)
781-5236.
Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno, Darrell Gwinn, 5-8


p.m. (772) 283-1929
Thirsty Turtle, 2825 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, Davee Bryan, 7:45-11
p.m.

ONGOING EVENTS
SIsland Fest happens
every Sunday from 10 a.m.-
3:30 p.m. (weather permit-
ting) at the Shef Shack'at
Stuart Beach, on A1A. Crafts,
food and music galore. Call
(772) 873-2981 for more
information.
Friday Fest takes place
at Marina Square, located in
downtown Fort Pierce, on
Melody Lane and Avenue A.
The free event is held from
5:30-8:30 p.m. on the first
See OUT, B4


Scene
From page B1
October, including kayak
tours and children's activi-
ties.
The Oxbow's newest
program "Swamp Tales" will
take place Oct. 7 and Oct. 28
from 11 a.m. noon. This


free story time is appropri-
ate for ages 2-6.
"Nature for Families"
presents "Sensational
Seeds" on Oct. 11 from
12:30-2:30 p.m. Discover a
variety of seeds and learn'
how they survive harsh
environments, travel to
distant lands and sprout to
become plants. Appropriate


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for all ages. Advanced tickets
are required, and are
available at the Oxbow or by
phone with a major credit
card. Ticket purchases of $3
per participant are non-
refundable and seats are
limited.
Learn interesting facts
about some of the Oxbow's
environmental ambassadors
at the "Critter Chat" on Oct.
14 from 3:30 4;15 p.m. This
event is free and appropriate
for all ages.
Scenic guided kayak tour
along the North Fork of the
St. Lucie River on Oct. 18
starting at 9 a.m. Paddlers
will launch from White City
Park and cruise down the
river to the. backside of the
Oxbow property, possibly
passing turtles, wading birds
and even alligators. The cost
is $15 per person. Children
5-7 are free. Pre-registration
is required.
In addition to the various
Scheduled events, the
Oxbow's trails are open
every day from dawn until
dusk, while the education
center is open Tuesday
through Friday from noon -
5 p.m. and Saturday from 10
a.m. 5 p.m.
The Oxbow is located at
5400 N.E. St. James Drive,
-Port St. Lucie.facross from -
the Publix Shopping Center).
Por more inrb, lTwi ci'ali
the ,tafftit (772) 76855833 or
visit ,
www.stlucieco.gov/erd/oxb
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This innovative, educa-
tional program for resi-
dents, "Martin County 101:
It's Different Here, "will be
held on Friday, Oct. 3 from
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Wolf High Technology
Center on IRSC's Chastain
campus on Salerno Road in
Stuart. The cost to register
is $40 per person or $70 per
couple, and includes a
continental breakfast,
lunch, beverages and a
notebook chockfull of
useful information. Space is
limited and reservations are
required.
To register, orfor more
information, contact Gina
Golino at (772) 287-5272, or
RSVP by e-mail to:
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Scopes
From page B1
your life around the most
important things you love.
Just be sure that you don't
allow less important things to
get in your way. Sometimes
you just have to say no. It's
OK to do this. If others react
negatively, it's not your prob-
lem, it's theirs.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Life is always presenting chal-
lenges. How you handle
them is the key to success.
First, know that there are usu-
ally at least three choices we
have with every life chal-
lenge. The gut instinct speaks
first when we are listening
and says do it or don't do it.
Listen to this divine inner
guidance and the scales of
success are tilted in your
favor.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You are divinely connected.
You have so much help and
blessing from the universe.
Why? Because of your great,
great heart. Your skills in han-
dling life's challenges contin-
ue to amaze your friends.
Continue to build on the
accomplishments of the past
year and you will see many
more blessings coming soon.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your blessings are almost
too numerous to count.
Your spirit is strong. Your
heart is open and your


health is improving. Your
abundance is on the
increase and you have
reached a new level of hap-
piness. I said something
like this around 2004. His-
tory is repeating itself. You
live in bliss. What an awe-
some life.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You have a stirring inside
you. Many new, exciting
adventures are coming your
way in the next few
months. Your vision, desire
and experience will soon
open up even more oppor-,
tunities to serve the light.
Your mission is to help oth-
ers. It should be the same
for all of us. We are fortu-
nate, because you stay on
course and do the right
thing.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
,You live well beyond sur-
vival mode. You are whole,
creative and free to build a
lasting legacy that will live
well beyond your earthly
years. Instilling hope, confi-
dence and creativity in oth-
ers is the key to building
lasting success. Use your
gifts and bring others along
who love and admire you
and you will continue to
live a hugely successful life.


Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Few around you will ever
have a grasp of life's issues
like you. Be patient when
you don't see results yet.
It's all about living in uni-
versal time. When you see
progress, be lavish with
praise. Refuse to criticize
until you take a look at your
own issues first. Give
thanks and be grateful. The
chance of winning is now in
your favor.

Star visions
James Tucker offers person-
al astrology and compati-
bility readings, exciting pri-
vate readings, home and
office parties, inspirational
group talks, life coaching
and spiritual marketing
seminars for businesses.
For details call (772) 334-
9487, e-mail
jtuckxyz@aol.com or visit
his new Web site www.per-
sonalspiritguide.com to
view his columns, blogs,
order book and charts,
view his shows and videos
or sign up to receive his
free weekly inspirational
message.
Have a starry week, every-
one.
- James Tucker


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Williams
From page B1

was doing it out of selfish-
ness. I cared less about the
message and more about
how I sounded."
After years of difficulty
conceiving, their son
Caedmen was born in June
2002.
"This beautiful boy


call (772) 334-3444.
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entered our life," she said.
"He was awesome, a great
baby, but it added stress. At
Christmas, we went up
north to see some of my
family; he was the first
grandbaby. On the way back,
he showed signs of a cold,
and I got him in to see the
doctor. On Dec. 30, they
thought he might have
pneumonia and at 4:34 p.m.
he was dead, They said he
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from 6-10 p.m.
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 and Friday.
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Karaoke 6 p.m. Wednesday.
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day. (772) 466-4255.
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"I described it as the worst.
day that has happened to
me thus far, but somehow
God has worked it ifito
almost the best because it
opened my eyes and my
priorities. God had given me
the ability to sing, not just to
impress, but to share God's
love for us. (Tim and I) made:
a decision after Caedmen
died that we'd make it work.
It took his death to wake me
up. I'm learning to put the
other person first."
The Williams' daughter,
Skye, was born on Christmas
Day, 2003, and 15 months
later, their son Gideon was
born. Ms. Williams believes
she's a better parent because
of Caedmen,
"I'd rather have temper
tantrums and have a child in
my life," she said. "It gives
you clarity on what you can
handle. I love my family
with all my heart."
Her music is also close to
her heart. She'd been
writing music, but had put it
aside for a few years and
told God that if he wanted
her to open that chapter of
her life again, he should


karaoke Sunday and Mon-
day. (772) 288-4326.
The Corner Bar: 4901
South U.S. 1, White City,
(772) 457-0042. Dan the
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(772)'457-0042. .
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make it clear to her.
Someone came forward to
offer financial help so that.
she could make a CD. She
went to Nashville to record it
with the help of musicians
including Will Denton,
drummer for LeAnn Rimes.
Ms. Williams wrote five of
the songs, including one
called "BeajuifulThing" that
has a liie skat in a ribuie to
Ella Fitzgerald and Ms.
Williams' own love for jazz.
She co-wrote a song tid .
Mr. Denton, as well. A
record label has expressed
interest in the project, which
Ms. Williams describes as
"Christian rock." It's titled
"Heather" and she is very
proud of her work.
"This album contains my
heart, what I know God
wants me to speak," she
said.
Heather Williams performs
at Morningside Church, 2180
S.E. Morningside Blvd., Port
St. Lucie, on Saturday nights
at 6:30 p.m: To hear excerpts
from her CD, visit her Web
site
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Healthy smiles project

wins state awards


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Jones Communications, a
public relations, brand
identity and advertising
company, proved once
again that they set the stan-
dard for public relations
work by winning two state
awards at the Florida Public
Relations Association annu-
al conference and Golden
Image awards ceremony
held in August in Kissim-
mee.
Beverly Jones, president,
along with Patricia Austin
Novak and Catherine. E.
Whitaker, won the Golden
Image Award of Distinction
for their pro bono campaign
for the Healthy Smiles Pro-
ject.
Their campaign focused
on winning voter approval


to fluoridate Stuart's water.
By creating a strategic pub-
lic relations plan and an
effective timeline for imple-
mentation and advertising,
the referendum passed by a
winning vote of 52 percent
in favor of fluoridation.
The campaign, which
competed against other
public affairs programs
from around the state, was
also chosen for a Judges
Award, given to those public
relations campaigns that
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George S. Essenwine, 93,
of Palm City, died Sept. 6,
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resident of Palm City for 11
years, coming from Beaver-
creek, Ohio.
He retired from the U.S.
Navy after 30 years of service
where he was an electrical
and aeronautical engineer
with naval aircraft procure-
ment.
He was a Mason and an
avid ham radio operator.
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ter, Rosemary Wittrock of
SGainesville, Va.; a son, John
S. Essenwine II of Palm City;
two grandchildren and a
great grandchild.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Mary Gager
Essenwine.
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made to the Treasure Coast
Hospice, 1201 S.E. Indian St.,
Stuart, FL 3497.
Arrangements were under
the direction of the Forest
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City Chapel.
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Colin L. Jores, 56, of
Indiantown; died Sept. 8,
2008.
He was born in England
and was a resident of
Indiantown for six years
coming from NewYork.
He was a member of the
Indianwood Bass Fishing
Club and an avid NASCAR
fan.
He is survived by his wife
of 17 years, Leona (Wash-
burn) Jones; a daughter,
Christine Jones of North
Carolina; two sons, Dennis
Acree of Royal Palm Beach
and Alfred Benjamin of
Indiantown; his mother,
Muriel Jones of Indiantown;
two sisters, Susan Avellino,
and Helen Fazio, both of
New York; a brother, Bryan
Jones ofIndiantovn and five
grandchildren.
He was preceded' in death
by his father, HaroldJones:
Memorial donations may
be made to Treasure Coast
Hospices, 1201 S.E. Indian
St.,Stuart, FL 34997.
Arrangements were han-
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Artichokes are superb when



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Hello smart shoppers.
This week, the
subject is my favorite
vegetable: artichokes.
Probably many of you
have never had a fresh
artichoke. It's not a food
served at many tables and is
always expensive, but it is a
gourmet treat you can have
as a meal.
Artichokes are nutrient-
dense and high in fiber,
The only way I ever
remember having arti-
chokes is stuffed, marinat-
ed, or with oil and garlic.
Every recipe I've read uses
butter or Hollandaise sauce.
If asked what is one of my
favorite things to do, I
would have to say, "Teach-
ing a little child how to eat
an artichoke." Trivial? No,
sheer joy! If you've never
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along with me and we'll
learn how.
Let's pretend you're one of
my four children. Flash
forward to now. My grand-
daughter, Christy, 23,
grandson, Addison, almost
19, Rebecca, 12 and Eliza-
beth, 9, were great learners
and now lovers of arti-
chokes.
Years ago, when my 8-
year-old Meagan was 2, she
was about to learn. I can't
wait to introduce Zoe
Arlene, almost 2, to this
treat.
The lower end of an
artichoke leaf has a deli-
cious smooth-as-butter-like
coating. You don't eat the
whole leaf, you simply
scrape your teeth along the
underside starting at the tip
and ending at the stem end.
As Meagan watched her
daddy, Steve, devour the
artichokes she reached out.
When asked if she wanted
to try one she shook her
head yes. How do you
explain to a 2 year old that
bite down does not mean,
hang on for dear life? She
clamped her teeth down on
that leaf as I kept saying,
bite easy, let Grammy pull it.
You never want to learn
what the "choke" in arti-
choke really means.
Th( first try was like
battling a person with
lockjaw, but once she tasted
it, it didn't take her long to
know what to do. The base
or heart of the artichoke is
superb. You can also peel
the stem and slice it.
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4 large artichokes
3 cups soft bread crumbs,
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1 tablespoon parsley.
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Cut stem end off arti-
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tips of leaves. Smash top
down; pull open as much as
possible. With a small knife,
cut down into center to
remove choke (fuzzy stuff).
A grapefruit knife is good for
this. Soak them in cold
salted water for 1/2 hour,
forcing leaves apart, drain.
Process the bread slices
and mix with next six
ingredients. Press the
stuffing between the leaves.
Place artichokes upright
in a deep covered pot. Add
remaining ingredients,
season lightly with salt and
pepper.
Cook, covered, for about
30 minutes, until outer leaf
pulls off easily. The liquid
should evaporate, leaving
only the oil. Add more water
or oil if necessary to com-
plete cooking.

Here's a new way of
preparing artichokes that I
now prefer.
Wash the artichoke and


prepare as above. Heat one
inch of water and 1 table-
spoon lemon juice in 5-
quart saucepot to boiling.
Stand artichokes in water,
then.bring to a boil. Reduce
heat, cover and simmer for
30 minutes.
Let artichokes sit in water
until cool enough to handle,
then remove them from the
pot, leaving water in the
pot. Using a teaspoon, pull
out the prickly center leaves
from each artichoke and
scrape out the fuzzy choke.
The artichokes are not
completely cooked after
this, but with this method
it's easier to pull apart the
leaves to insert stuffing.
Add 1/3-cup Parmesan
cheese to the mix. Place the
artichokes back into the pot
and add the wine and oil.
Cook, covered, for an
additional 30-40 minutes,
until a center leaf pulls out
easily.

ARTICHOKES IN OIL
AND GARLIC
serves 4 to 6

3 artichokes or about 8
baby artichokes
1/2 cup oil, either olive or
canola
3 large cloves garlic, cut
up
1-1/2 cups water
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped, or 2
teaspoons, dried
Salt and pepper

Prepare as above; quarter
large artichokes, remove
choke. Leave baby arti-
chokes whole. Place arti-
chokes in saucepan, top
with remaining ingredients;
cover. Cook until tender.
Serve at room temperature.

lam availablefor talks
from south Vero to Hobe
Sound. Call (772) 465-5656.
When a recipe is not in
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Jessie Kubiak of Jensen Beach traveled back to the Treasure Coast Wednesday, Sept 24,
with the Palm Beach Community College volleyball team to play Indian River State Col-
lege for their only match up this season. She played on the state champion team for
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When asking Jessie Kubi-
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But that's understandable
because that's what she
plays on the court.
The former Jensen Beach
libero is settling in nicely at'
Palm Beach Community
College, helping the Lady
Panthers to an 11-5 mark
while dispatching Indian
River State College 3-0
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cess, Kubiak thinks. the
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"I'm trying to be opti- matches in the regionaltitle
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that the girls playing would' went to the- limit, Jeiisen
be bigger, stronger and Beach capped its title run
faster." ."""'with a25-14, 25-16, 28-261
For most of her four years victory cver Lemon Bay.
in high school, the same "During the last game I
could be said of Jensen knew we were going to
Beach. The Falcons steadily win," Kubiak said. "We had
became one of the best pro- control over every point."
grams in the state, culmi- When the last. point hit
nating in a Class 4A cham- the floor of the Lakeland
pionship last season. Center, four years of dedi-
"It was a great mix of cation paid off.
girls," Kubiak said. "It was "That was crazy," Kubiak
frustrating the first three said. 'It took a while to sink
years when we just talked in."
about winning states. Kubiak finished her career
"The fourth year we came at Jensen Beach with a stel-
out and did it. We weren't lar senior season, recording
accepting anything less 262 digs, 156 service points
than-winning. We had all and 31 aces. With her high
the tools we needed to suc- school playing days behind
ceed." her, it was time to choose
After two exhausting where to compete at the
next level.
S"My coach now (at Palm
COUNTY Beach) was my club coach
last season," Kubiak said.
NTRY CLUB "He (Sm Skelton) is the
mibersh p smartest guy I've ever
mbershp known to be a coach. He
I for a Limited Time analyzes the game to its
Mow fullest.
"I want to play Division I.
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Kubiak
From page B8
with him (Skelton) a few
years to do that."
For now, the transition
has been a smooth one for
the 19-year-old. In the Pan-
thers recent match with
Brevard Community Col-
lege, Kubiak had 18 digs to
help lead, the reeam to a
three-game victory.
Earlier on, Palm Beach
started off the season with
a second-place finish at the
Hillsborough Early Bird
Tournament. The Panthers
went 3-1, including a win
over conference opponent
Broward College.
Palm Beach followed that
impressive showing with
an even better one, sweep-
ing through the Palm
Beach Community College
Tournament. The Panthers
went 4-0 to claim first
place.
"We have a good coach,"
Kubiak said. "Without him,
it would be a lot harder."
What hasn't been difficult
for Kubiak is stirring up
passion for the sport. She
began playing in fifth grade
and quickly determined it
was for her.
"I loved it," Kubiak said.
"I'm the jock of the family.
I'm the son my dad never
had."
Her parents encouraged
her participation in the
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"My mom and dad are
both like 6-feet tall," Kubi-
ak said. "They thought I
would be tall.
"I went to the doctor in
seventh grade and he said I
would be 5-foot-3 -inches
tall the rest of my life."
Despite her height, Kubi-
ak has rarely come up short
when it comes to her desire
to win.
"It's a little different
(now)," Kubiak said. "I have
to keep in mind that it took
Jensen Beach four years (to
win a championship) and
I've only been here 45 days.
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SPORT ST LUCIE: 190 Forest PTE 3/2/2 Private FELLSMERE 7+1- acres B
NW Aileen St, 3/2/1, water setting, tile firs, on Park Lateral Canal. sa
1444 sqft, $63,240 Stan overszd porch. Pristine Very private, wooded, R
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Asking PORT ST LUCIE: 1938 comed 772-201-1205 TAINS 2 acres, breath-
Asking SW Scorpio, 3br/2ba/2cg TAINS 2 acres, breath- D
643394 1814sqft,$174,900 Call STUART- Legacy Cove taking view. Building d
Stan Jackson, Van Horn 3/212 Gated, w/comm Tract, tall shade trees, ed
Realty LLC 772-828-2567 pool,fitness, clubhouse. river access, beautiful F
www.realestatestan.com Lakeview & lots of up- pristine property. Se- W
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1/ 11/2, sqft, $81,900 Stan Jack- M
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2567 furniture. 772-398-2638 room. Shed & new porch
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tan.com SATELLITE BCH, Mon- WEATHERBEE and ramp. $1200/obo fil
:E: 7903 tecito, Gated 3/2/2, Med- VILLAS 772-201-8188
Blvd, 3/2, iterranean Style, Comm VERO BEACH Country -
,900 Stan Pool, 10' Ceilings, Gran- Buy or Rent to Own side 55 + 2/2 doublewide.
torn Real- ite Counters, 2100sqft, fully furnished 2 screen
2567 $369,000 Robin Owner Efficiency $67,500 porches carport & shed.
corn Broker 321-693-8289 $22,000/obo Priced to
_2 Bedrooms $104,000 sell. Call 508-990-3362
2 houses or $725 $775
rented for VERO BEACH: Motivat-
elling for 1221 E. ed Seller, Financing Avail
finance for Weatherbee R for Furnished 2br/2ba, FL
inaFor info roor. $62,900 plus op-
For info Larry 772-359-0360 tion to rent or buy land,
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brokers, pool, spa, hurricane shut- NORTH CAROLINA gain! 50 Acres- $129,900 Ic
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rural gas generator. New log cabin shell on Nicely wooded, green
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vd, 3/2/2, mal dining, family room, 2acre-5acre waterfront front. Prime location- ec
24,000 Call cabana bath. $289,000. homesites from $99,900. minutes from interstate! I-
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ust south of Dale Hol-
iw lake $24,900 Owner
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Scenic Ridges, Creeks,
Pastures, Woods, Older
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Porch, Hot tub,Fireplace,
Vacation or Wkly rental,
321-432-1557 $159,900
NORTH CAROLINA
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terfront homesites from
$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
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NORTH CAROLINA
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Lake Lure Property
Fall Clearance Sale.
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Appointment. Owner Fi-
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ford County lots starting
$12,900.352-228-2456
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
39 acres in'Gadsden Co.
Planted pines, hardwood
hillside w/small springs,
road frontage, $2500/ac.
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w/decks & porches.
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PERRY FLORIDA- Love-
ly 4BR, 2.5 Bath, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
FL located in Taylor
County in Big Bend area
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50 milbs east of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hot tub.
$229,000. Call (home)
386-658-3378 &' (cell)
386-208-2589 (fsbo)
SMOKY MOUNTAINS
near Gatlinburg
Tennessee.
By owner: Beautiful
homesites w/breathtaking
views of the Smokies.
City water & close to just
about everything.
?19900 $2985/dn. and
:i1. ,',rTi n Lake access
from $45,000.
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SOUTH CAROLINA
4 Sale By Owner
Beautiful building tract,
nicely wooded. Buy Now,
Build Later. Near Lake
Marion, $21,900. Low
Down. Owner financing.
1-803-505-2161
TENNESSEE
441acres, 20 miles north
of Chattanooga, TN. 1.2
miles of river frontage,
bluff views and open
fields. $3800/per acre.
678-778-4571 www.
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RUSH! 1+acre to 2acre
homesites, wood, views.
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no impact fee.
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views, river access.
Just south of Dale Hol-
low Lake. Only $22,900.
Owner Financing.
1-931-839-6141
Tennessee Mountain
River Property
5+ acres $59,000.
Cabin w/16 acres $159k
180 acres $299,000
300 acres $2,700/acre
w/commercial gas well.
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tract, tall shade trees, riv-
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tine property. Serenity for
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Crossville golf, lakefronts,
acreage, 5.19 acres
$19,500 1-888-337-2326
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PORT ST. LUCIE East FORT PIERCE- 2/1.5 SO STUART: 2br/2ba
Lake Village. Private br & completely 'renovated, large, clean, modern,
bath. Lakeview, house Centrally located, Near laundry, scrn porch, tile
privileges. Cable/utilities US1, Close to beaches throughout, $825/mo plus
inc. No smoking/pets $750/mo. 305-772-4065 sec. off street parking.
$100/wk 772-979-3600 HOBE SOUND: 2/1 fac- 954-288-6988
HOBE SOUND: 2/1 fac-
STUART- SHARE nice ng pool, bright, quiet, STUART 55+ Vista Del
home,STUART SHARE nice areclean, no pets, extras. Lago 1st fir. 1/1 fully furn.
25k. Utilities & cable From $725 w/some util. W/D on prem. Activities.
$125wkn R& cle Also 1/1 772-708-0731 Golf, pool, Clubhouse,
included. Refs. $600/mo + sec.
772-341-8095 HUTCHINSON ISLAND 772-288-1132
So. Beach.' Sept. Special
6 $350 Moves you in. STUART 800 Place 1/1
Ocean front Efficiencies 2nd FL. Pool, tennis,
iB-if & lbdrm Apt's. ncl: utilit- screen porch,storage Ca-
ies, cable, internet, laun- ble.Reduced to $650/mo
FORT PIERCE 1- br dry room. Furn/Unfurn. +sec.772-781-1787
kitchen, LR, DR. Cable & Weekly & Monthly Rates
elec included. Partially avail. Call 772-201-0370
furn. Large patio & pool. HUTCHINSON ISLAND
$700/mo 772-464-3373 STUARHUTCHINSON ROM ISLAND
Harbour Isle Fully FuST UART. FROM $550.nished
furnished 2-br/2-ba with Furnished/Unfurnished
FORT PIERCE 2-br/2-ba r ol tei efficiencies. Sierra Con-
2bVeofr/iv marina view, pool, tennis, dos. 7 month lease. No
$50K renov. View of river security & gym 2000sqftlease
& inlet. Gated, pool, $1250/mo 954-558-9557 pets. Judy Conran-
granite kitchen. End unit, Broker 772-283-5763
quiet. Indian River Dr. N HUTCHINSON Island VERO BEACH- Indian
$850/mo 954-682-4045 Oceanfront Furnished River Shores. Across
see photos online at Million $ view 2/2 9th fl. from beach. Corner 1st fl
www.HometownNewsOL Gated, pool, tennis, fit 3/2/1 unfurn. Pool, pond,
.com ad # 36125 ness, sauna, & game rm. wildlife. Walk to shops.
$1250/mo annual $2100 $3000/mo917-939-2705
S mo Seasonal. Lease
STUART option. 772-321-6281 W OW
V*!]A E VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
!!SPECIALa! eled. 1br & 2br from
O 0BEI FREE $575. Tile, New appl.
SEBASTIAN-Three Days Close to Beaches, Parks
(w/approved credit) Only Dont Miss Out 11111 & Rest.772-563-0013
2bed/2ba ........$750 Apply Now before Oct
11th & Get a Great Move
2bed/1ba ........$700 In Special. Beautiful Apts,
.1bed/1ba ........$650 Quiet Neighborhood, Af-
Pets ok w/approval fordable Housing One PORT ST LUCIE 2/2/1
$1000 (Sec. D0 Day Only Dont Miss Out 749 SW Tulip. Tiled.
SAsk about additional sav- Most pets ok. Hugh
MOVE-IN ings on our 2/2 and 3/2 fenced yard, backs up to
n2-382-0686 units CALL TODAYII park. $850/mo + $850
772-581-4440 *Income deposit 772-461-1897
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PORT ST LUCIE patio
home Walton Ct. FORT PIERCE Spacious
2-br/1-ba with garage, townhouse. 2-br/1.5-ba.
newly renovated. Pool, Central air, ceramic tile,
clubhouse, cable inc. No 3003 Ave D $600/mo. No
smoking/pets. $725/mo + deposit.305-970-5574
sec. 508-764-2790
PORT ST LUCIE, 312/2
Beautiful. Tile, new kit, ss
appliances, w/d. Fenced JENSENBEACH-
yard, pool, Off Gatlin, city 3-br/2-ba laundry room,
water, $1400/mo No pets W/D centrally located. A
F/US, refs 607-278-5430 rated schools. $840/mo.
PORT ST LUCIE: 3/2 1st month free, last &
w/pool, No Pets, 2251 SE security. 561-301-5t33
Rainier Rd, 1200 sqft, STUART: 2br/2ba at
appliances incl.4474 SE Village Rd,
$1000/mo 772-343-7880 4474 SE Village R
2251.Rent6.com $800 per month. Call for
2251.Ren.odetails. 407-234-5665
PORT ST LUCIE: 3/2
w/pool, No Pets, 2251 SE 8 M u r
Rainier Rd, 1200 sqft,
appliances incl.
$1000/mo 772-343-7880
2251.Rent6.com HOBE SOUND 55+
Ridgeway. 2/2 Florida
VERO BEACH 313/2 room Updated &
+den, Castaway Cove, furnished. Carport. W/D.
walk to beach, pool, spa, Pets OK. $600/mo
fireplace, immaculate, annual includes lawn
786-210-3563 Maint 954-614-0874



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(6130 SE Federal H'
Efficiency buyfor *Beautiful Wood
$67,500 ,
Light Bright Sp
2 Bedrooms $725-$775 Good Pa
or $104,000 Good Parking
1221 E.
Weatherbee Rd
CALL PETER
Larry 772-359-0360 772-631-507


JENSEN BEACH:
Ocean Breeze Park 55+
1/1 $575/mo Really nice
Units 772-334-2494







VERO BEACH-
Office complex 900 to
10k sq ft. Rents from
$12/psf. Owner will ac-
comodate right tenant.
Contact Cheri Phillips
772-473-0812
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63-634-9474


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11' BOSTON WHALER
1974 skiff with 25 HP
2005 Mercury Outboard.
Good condition No trailer
$2800 cell 954-549-6064
16' GRUMMAN boat
1985. Center Console
aluminum V bottom.
1995 Force 40hp Engine
and 2007 Magic Tilt
Trailer. Must sell moving.
$2500/obo 772-321-7658
see photos online at
www.hometownnewsOL.
corn ad # 34246
23' WELLCRAFT 1999
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outboard with 36 hrs.
GPS, Fishfinder, VHF &
stereo. Dual axle trailer.
Very good cond. $10,000
772-873-1608


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6. Runs great, well
maintained. Slip
available. Halifax Harbor
Marina, Daytona Beach
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OBO 407-310-2678 (c),
386-424-3220 (work)
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