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Publication Date: November 14, 2008
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The United States Air Force Heritage Flight demonstration team circle the control tower at Wlitham Field in
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Friday. November 14,


Downs Blvd.
"We are thrilled because
with the expanded space, we'll
be able to serve so many more
kids," said Jody Clifford, direc-


By Samantha Joseph
Joseph@hometownnewsol .com
MARTIN COUNTY The
new year is likely to bring a
fresh start for the Palm' City
branch of the Boys &( Girls


Clubs of Martin County.
The group, which has oper-
ated .out of borrowed space
from the Immanuel Lutheran
Church, is getting ready to
relocate to the old city fie-
house at .1150 S.W. Martin


See CLUB, A10


I'Moon Over Buffalo'
opens at the Barn
Theatre tonight


By Sanantha Joseph
J oseph @hometown newsol ~om
MARTIN COUNTY Organizers of
this weekend's Pineapple- Festival
promise attendees the heart-pounding
rhythms of Junkanoo, a 200-yeaur-old
Caribbean celebration that draws thou-
sands of visitors yearly to the Islands of
the Bahamas.
~As the Jensen Beach festival returns
for its 21st year, planners say they are
excited to have maintained a decades-
long relationship- with Eleuthera, a
Bahamian island that started a pineap-
ple festival at around the same time.
"It's a loyal friendship we've devel-
oped, and it adds a unique cultural
dimension to this festival," said event
organizer Ron Rose, executive director


of the Jensen Beach Chamber of Com-
merce,
uThedthroee day event is set mo da
Treasure Coast and surrounding areas.
And organizers expect high turnout,
despite the nationwide economic slow-
down.
"I think we'll probably do better than
we did last year. People aren't travelling
long distances, so they're staying home
and looking for things to do that are
close and fun," Mr. Ron said.
The outdoor celebration runs from
Nov. 14-16 along Jensen Beach Boule-
vard, IWcou Terrace and Maple Avenue.
It celebrates a time in the city's histo
ry, around 1895, when it was called the
"pineapple capital of the world," selling
See PINEAPPLE, A8


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Vol. 7,No. 23 Your L





County schools get
$35,000 in grantS
Several area schools have
reason to celebrate, thanks
to thousands of dollars in
grants from the Education
Foundation of Martin Coun-

Among them is Crystal
Lake Elementary, which
secured $1,360 for a reading
and math program,
Indiantown Middle School
students got a similar grant,
as part of the program that
awarded $35,000 to about 20 :
schools, offcials said.

Martin Countyr house
gains highest
energy ratinS
~A Martin Countjr home got
a green "thumbs up" for
energy preservation.
The Jensen Beach house,
located on Skyline Drive,
gained the highest rating
from th~e Florida. Green
3tuhlding Coalition, which
certifies eitergy-efficient
buildings. -.
it is o-ne of, thee'C Maron 11
( .auni ho~mes \ i h rht ce~ru n
ficanon.
To qualify, houses have to
meet several criteria that
show the b~uildler's and resi~
dents' attention to energy
conservation.
The local house has sever-

See BRIEF, A4


Club makes move to old fimhouse


Home loans

there, but

tougher to get
~By Samantha Joseph
Joseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY -Don't miss
out. That's the message from some
Martin ,Countyr real estate agents
and mortgage lenders, who say
potential buyers are letting false
information keep ,them from
homeownership.
"People are sitting on the fence,"
said Michael Pollis, senior vice
president of East Coast Mortgage
Lenders in Palm City. "But that's a
mistake."
Home prices in the county fell
just under 20 percent in Septem-
ber, compared to the sarne period
the previous year, states a report
'from the Realtor Association of
Martin County.
A~nd while that spells bad news
for sellers, it bodes well for those
looking to buy, industry sources
,say.
"There's a big misconception
right now that there isn't money
out there. That's what we need to
educate people about, because
they're standing: on the si'delities
when-they don't need to," said
Vince Lairiano, the association's
president.
The group acknowledges poten-
tial buyers have become discour-
aged by a plunging market that led
to a record number of foreclosures
nationwide.
"I don't believe that- there are
loans to be had," contends
Indiantown resident Meghan
Williams. "If there. were, people
woul'duse thiem to refmnance,
mistead of getting kicked out on
the street."
The news has been dismal, she
notes, with reports of thousands
of Florida .homeowners losing
their property.
The Treasure Coast saw 1,860
foreclosures in September alone,
with about 260 occurring in Mar-
tin County, Realty TrIac reported.
And Martin County Cirouit
Court, which handles foreclosure
disp sitiogrs,wha tenits list of
for 2008. Each page contains
about eight cases, for a total of
about 700 lost homes. The list is so
long that the court has already
scheduled at least 10 cases for next
Interest rates aren't as favorable

-bu ecn, compared to 5
But despite these indicators,
mortgage lenders advise buyers
against discouragement.
a Th piricest are great and t is is
said.
Some buyers have started to
take note, giving the market a
slight boost, the association said.
Pending sales were up about 60
percent mn September to 240 hous-
es, compared to that same period
last year, the group's research
shows.
And it's that kind of positive
attention industry sources like.
"We haven't seen a whole lot of
speculatorss" Mr. Laviano said.
"These are buyers who are seeing
See LOANS, Al3


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ed music, fieworks and casi-
no games.
Powerhouse organizations,
such as the Miami Dolphins,
lent their support, acting as
the dinner's presenting spon-
sor.
The football team's owners,
Wayne and Marti Huizenga,
were honored guests, as were
representatives oithe Frances
Langford Foundation.
The foundation challenged
supporters ro.give. gen~erously;
to the museum's etdort, and
promised to 'mach" the


amount raised.
Museum officials plan to
build the galleon in its Bank of
America Explorer wing, and
offered supporters a chance
to leave their mark on the boat
-literally.
Sponsors made bids to pur-
chase one of 24 mock coats of
arms that could bear the
names of their family, busi-
ness or other' organization


anid be displayed on the
galleon exhibit. The group
pledged to research winning
bidders families' coats of
arms, and create .custom
models to mount on the side
of the vessel.
."Guests can have their
name permanently placed on
the dock and gangway, ge~ner-
al props and dicor items...,
museum offcials said.


The galleon would be the
latest achievement for a group
whose recent projects include
the Frances Langford' "Our
Town" wing, which features a
child-size supermarket, well-
ness center and traditional
Florida "Crack~er" house. .
Early reports .indicated
about 250 guests had signed
up for the fundraising ven-
ture, called Anchors Aweigh.
"This event will give the
museum's friends and donors
an opportunity to seqe what
has been accomplished, and


to honor those who have
financially supported and vol-
unteered their time to make
our museum a reality," said
Ashley Vitale, the museum's .
~president,
The Children's Museum of
the Tkeasure Coast offers chil-
dren and families a place to
learn through hands-on activ-
ities, educational programs
and cultural experiences, she
said.
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activities was a $150-per-per-
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Friday, November 14, 2008


played without a high school
diploma after they reach 18,
Lawrence Brooks, executive
director of Childred's Hlome
Society, said.
By building the transition
center, Childreds Home
Society hopes to prevent
more foster children from
ending up in bleak situa-~
tions, Mr. Brooks said.
The residential center will
have nine apartments that
will serve up to 20 youth,
While there, Mr. Brooks
said, they will be taught life
skills and receive assistance
with plans to go to school or
work.
They will only stay there a
limited amount of time, he
said.
~"If we create a system'
wheresthey become depend-
ent on us, we have failed,"
Mr. Brooks said.
Foster teens are in a much
different situation when they
reach 18, than their counter~-
parts, who live their' natural
families, he Said.
While some non-foster
teens continue to live with
their parents or at least
receive some help in most
cases, the teens must leave
their foster homes, he said.
And even if they could
remain with their foster par-
ents, most want a less restric-
tive environment when they
reach 18, he said.
Some are eligible for some
state assistance for tuition
and living expenses, but it is
limited. Often, they don't
take advantage of that, he


By Jay Meisel
Meisel@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST At
18, a young woman who had
lived in a foster home was
forced to live on her own.
Unhappy witli her minimum
wage job, she turned to drugs
.and ended up in jail.
But because of support
from a counselor with Chil.
dre's' Home Society, Christi-
na Bury, who is now 22,
attends classes at Indian
River State College,
"It has helped me stay pff
the streets," Ms. Bury said
last week. "If I didn't have this
program, I wouldrit be at this
table (for an interview)."
To help more young adults
like Ms. Bury, as they age out
of the foster system, Chil-
dren's Home Society will
break ground Nov. 16 on a
Youth Transition Center. The
groundbreaking will be held
from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at 650
10th St. in Vero Beach. The
facility will cost $5 million, of
which the Children's Home
Society has raised almost $3
million. While conducting a
campaign to garner the rest,
the society hopes to open the
center in a year.
It will serve foster children
in Indian River, St. Lucie,
Marti n and Okeechobee
counties,
Currently, the society pro-
vides counseling and help to
foster children.
Even with that; assistance,
50 percent of foster children
end up homeless ahd unem-


Photo courtesy of Children's Home Soaiety
Sancia Jeantil, a former. foster child, talks with Marcy
Purdy, a mental health counselor, who works with foster
children.
'said. make a. positive transition
"What we are-in effect say- into adulthood and liecoine
ing to these young. people- contributing members of
when they turn 18 is'happy societyI."
birthday, you're homeless,!'" For Ms. Bulry, staying irt her
Mr. Brooks said. "The Youth foster home was not an
Transition Center will give
them the opportunity to See TEENS, A4


the holidays performed by
Local elementary school
bands, the HOMS Jazz Band,
HOMS Color Guard, HOMS
Vocal Jazz Ensemble, HOMS
Finesse Dance.Troupe and
the HOMS Obsessive Com-
pulsive Percussion Disorder
Drum Line and perhaps a
guest or two.
Take a walk through the
courtyard and see the won-
derfjul items .aqd services


that are offered in the silent
auction, and perhaps get a
picture with Santa.
It is necessary that a fund-
raising event such as this be
held in order to pay for
important. additional items
necessary; to the band and
color gtiard.~ketu~ $5ec

children 10 through adult,
and $3 each for children 10
and under ,.


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by corntactling any Hidden
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Color Guard student, or by
contacting the Hidden Oaks
Middle School office at (772)
219-1655.
To fnd out how to support
this event, contact Donna
Vojcsik at (772) 485-4044 or
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becomeoa probation offi-

Children's Home Society
and state assistance, she
said, she would have less
hope of that goal becoming
true.
Ms. Jeantil, whose family
came to Florida from Haiti,
said she was placed in a
group home and then a
regular foster home
because of issues in her
family.
Children's Hom~e Society
was able to help her get a
green card to stay in the
United States and attend
011lege.
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option. Her foster mother
was a good person and
made her get her GED, she
said,
"She made me do every
thing," she said. "I didn't do
it formyself."
While she was in jail, she
said, her foster, mother
moved to Texas.
She: ended up working in
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"I didn't want to make $6
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an unassigned tag.
*Travis' Jenkins, 28, 1455
S.E. Pitcher Road, was
charged with retail theft.
*Marcelo Fabian Olivera,
42, 1170 La Cacai City,
Buenos Aires, Argentina, was
charged with obtaining
goods through fraudulent
use ofa credit card and grand
theft of property worth more
than $300 but less than
$5,000.
*Rachiel Lee Rainwater, 21,
2603 N.E. Palm Ave., Jensen
Beach, was charged with vio-
lation of probation for a
felony charge,
*Adrian Santiago Rivera,
18, 840 Fifth Court, Apt. 108,
Vero Beach, was charged
with leaving the scene of a
crash with property damage
and driving under the influ-
elice,
*Kevrin Thomas Spivey, 29,
731 ~Cleveland St., Fort
Meade, was charged with
being, a habitual traffic
offender, possession of a
controlled substance. and
possession of drug parapjher-
nalia, 7
*Jose Luis Tagle, 32, 15015
Seminole Drive, Indiantown,
was charged with violation of
probation on a -felony
charge, failure to appear in
court and violation of proba-
tion on a misdemeanor
charge.
*Robert Alvarez, 36, 3601
N.W. Second Terrace, Miami,
was charged with violation of
probation on a felony
*Rebecca Susan Bolden,
19, 4223 S.E. Grant St., was
'charged with tob~bery by
sudden snatching without


use of a firearm or weapon.
*Lisa Marie Brown, 19,
2825 S.W. Mustang Terrace,
Stuart, .was charged wit
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*Duncan Earl Henry.II, 39,
2744 Ridgewood Lane, Rock
Lane, S.C., was charged with
fraud.
*Anthony Michael Fergu-
son, 25, 2621 S.E. Clayton St.,
Stuart, was charged with
grand theft.
*Jenn~ifer forgensen
Fichera, 57, 4345 S.E. Cove
Lake Circle, Stuart, was
charged with retail theft.
Paul Gerard Gordon, 44,
918 Lincolh~ Ave., Stuart, was
charged with being a fugitive
from justice.
*Sean Dwane Hayman, 34,
2784 Anzio Court, Palm
Beach Gardens, was charged
with two counts of lewd and
lascivious handling of a child
younger than age 16 and
expositre in public.
*Brent Lee Lathan, 28,
5223 S.E. Primrose Way, Stu-
art, was charged with rob-
.bery byr sudden snatching
without a gun or weapon.
*Felix Carlos Molina, 48,
4985 S.E. Horizon Ave., Stu-
art, was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender. .
*Adrian Santiago Rivera,
18, 84(1 Fifth Courit, Apt. 108,
Vero Beach, was charged
with leaving the scene of a
crash .involving property
damage a nd driving under
the influence.
*Jose Francisco Salas III,
23, 5212 S.E. Kingfish Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
felony domestic battery and
dotnestic~battery by strangu-
lation.
*Mateo Tiguila-Chay, 29,
15103 S.W: Manatee .St.,
Indiantown, was charged
wyith being a habitual traffic
offender and driving without
a valid license.


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 oflaw.
Martin County
Sherif~s Offce ~

*Wilson Augustin-Deleon,
18, 15004 S.W. Yalaha St.,
Indiantown, was charged
with battery.
*Pedro Castillo-Hernan-
dez, 37, 3731 S.E. L~incoln St.,
Stuart, was charged with
being a- habitual traffic
offender and driving ~under
the innuence. )
*Juan Gonzalez, 27, 2654
Cherokee Court, West Palm
Beach, was charged with
attaching a registration plate
not assigned, driving under
the influence and operating
a vehicle without a valid dri-
ver's license.
*Travis Tinsley Jenkins, 28,
1455 S.E. Pitcher Road, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
retail theft
*Dustin Jeffrey Johnston,
27, 5239 S.E. Ebbtide Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
grand theft and dealing: in
stolen property.
*Brian Scott Kuehn! 45,
3654 Barbara Drive, Jensen
Beach, was, charged! with
being a habitual traffic
offender and altering a
license plate validation stick-

*Jose Angel Santiago, 41,
14777 `170th ,Avenue,
Indiantown, was charged
with being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Angel Felipe .Sierra-Vale
rio, 26, 272 N.W. Airoso Blvd.,
Port St. Lucie, jvas charged
withbattery. /
*ake Joseph Alexander, 19,
14955 S.E. Lee Ave.,
Indiantown, jwas ,charged
with fleeing with disregard of
safety to~ persons~ arid resist-
ing an officer without vio-
.lence.
*Luis Lara Fland, 21, 1900
S. Kanner Hwy.,~ Stuart, was
charged with being a habitu-


r~mlAllhr~AmC~l~h~8Rsaurl I~Z


Lane, S.C., was charged with
fraud.
*Denais Keith Emerson,
46, 12334 73rd Court, Royal
Palm Beach, was charged
with violation of probation
on afelony
*Terry Lynn Hartman, 38,
S10602 S.W. Corey Place, Palm
City, was charged with viola-
tion of probation on a felony
charge.
*James Eiazza, 46, 2126
N.E. River Court, Jensen
Beach, was charged with
being a habitual .traffic
offender.
*John Christopher Rivett .
47, 151 Northeast 15th Ter
race, Stuart, was charged
with beihig a habitual traffic
offender.
*Jose Salas, 23, 5212 S.E.
Kingfish Drive, Stuart, was
*charged~ with sexual battery
with.a weapon of a victim 12 '
years or older, felony domes-
tic battery and domestic bat-
Stery bjr strangulation.
*James Scott Smith, .43,
1022 Northwest 15th Terrace,
Stuart, was charged with
leaving the scene of a enime
with property damage,
Refusal to submit to .testing,
violation of probation and
driving under the influence.
*Stephen Takacs, 24, 5074
N,W. Primrose Way, Stuart'
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender. '
Mateo `Tiguila-Chay, 29,
15103 SW Manatee' St.,
Indiantowvn, was charged
with being a habitual traffic
offender. .
*AnthonyllyanWollweber,
26, 722 E. Pine St., Straffird,
Mich., wias charged with
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*Micha~ael Hubert Ackley,
30, 3553 S.E. Cobia Way, Stu-
art, was charged with two
counts of uttering fraudulent
bank bills.
*Ryan Todd Bain, 21,
Name: BAINER, RYAN 718
S.W. Duxbury Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with vio-
lation of probation for a
felony charge.
*Eva Louise Blackwood,
31, -
Avalone .Road, Port St.
Lucie, was charged~with two
counts of obtaining a con-
trolled substance by fraud. '
*Jennifer Lynn Blankcen-
ship, 25, 3474 S.E. Jake Court,
Apt. 164, Stuart, was charged
with two counts of posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance anid possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*Glenn Robert Braun, 57,
3651 S.E. Clubhouse Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
assault on a person 65 years
of age or older,
*Joseph Brilis, 31, 4279
Hunting Trail, Lake Worth,
wyas charged with two co~imts
of attempting to elude al
police officer, '
*Patricia Calhoun, 30, 1907
S.- Hillmore Drive, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
dealing in stolen property,
grand theft and altering a
motor vehicle title.
*Joel Philip Daigle, 27, 847
S.E. Carnival Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with car-
rying a concealed weapon by
a convicted felott, two counts
of possession of a.controlled
substance, theft and armed
burglary. .
*Earl Duncan Henry II, 39,
2744 Ridgewiood Lane, Rock


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The Hobe Sound~
Festival of the Arts and
Downtown Stu~art Art
Festival announced a
call to artists for its
juried fine art fairs:
taking place Feb. 7-8
and Feb. 28 March 1,
respectively.
Both two-day festi-
vals are open to alli
styles and mediuris of
artwork, including
paintings, sculptures,
photogra hy, glass,
ceramics; mixed
media at d more, with
prices' ranging fom
$25 for hand-designed
earrings to $20,000
metal sculptures.
The Hobe Sound
Festival of the Arts will i
take place from 10
a.m.-5 p.m. at
A1A/Dixie Highway in
Hobte Sound (11954 SE
Dixie HighwayL' next
to Jupiter Island, just
north of Palm Beach
SCoumty and south of;
Stuart. It is free and
open to the public.
SThe Downvtown Stu-
art Art Festival takes
place from 10 a.m.-5
p~m.. on Osceola
Boulevard in down-
town Stuart. It isfree;
an pnto the ub-
lic.
Interested artists
should contact Houiard
Alan ~Events at (954)d
472-3755. Applica-'
tions are also available
~online at www.artfesti-.
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Voting privilege

Today I yoted against prejudice, ignorance and corruption
-and voted for equality, enlightenment and justice.

M~rore on voting

As a citizen of another country who is living in the United
States legally, I stood with envy as my peers cast their votes in.
the year's election.
Not only were they participating in the niost historical elec-
tion since` women had the right to vo'te,- they were taking a step
to getting this once magificent countryback on its feet.
Although President-elect Obama now has the world on his
shoulders, he was, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the most quali-
fled man for the job. He may notbe a prisoner of war, nor spent
Sthe last 30 years in Washington, D.C., but he connected with us,
the common man. We look at him and know that he has strug-
gled to findfup'way, as most ofusdo each day. He has ovescomie
adversity. He has laughed in the face of racism and flourished.
We should be proud as a country that we have taken a step
Toward repairing the damage that slavery and horrid racism has
caused. We have to cross racial barriers and embrace one
another. This is not a victory for just Afr~ican Americans; it is a
victory for all Americans and the entire world. By the next elec-
tion, I hope to be a citizen and have the opportunity to keep this
man in oilice. Way to go.

Stand behind Obama

As Americans, we needto stand behind Obama and help him
make this country go irithe right direction. He is the one to help
our youth and o'ur teens.
God bless America and God bless Obama.

Automated phone syslains should be stopped

We despise these automated answering systems that are
bemng used today, especially the ones where, even though you
have pressed the button for English, the message comes out m
English and repeats itself in Spanish.
One version is when yoil dial a number and get the automat-
ed'message to please listen, because our menu has changed. If
~ddg ype~Peto lim Joes~iaggy 1 Paul Smuth press 2,or
even bener, if y;ou know your party's extension dialit now and

ove nd ovYou ana ne er See ggta ie oeato w
can direct yourr call like in the olden days, when a live operator
Should answer andyou'd say, I'd like to speak to say Mr. XYZ and ~
the next thing you laxow, your party) picks up the call.
Secoridly, we are registeredl ort the Do Not Call List and have
:(checked that our telephone numbers are still active. We don't
kn~laow if anyone else has had this experience, but this is driving
.us crazy.
~`We'll get telephone call when we are not at home. The call is
~Ipicked up by our telephone answering machine or voicemail.
.The' message goes something like this: This is AB~Companiy
:and' we havre an important call for (silence/no name). It is
: imperative that (silencelno name) calls us back( immediately.
They supply a telephone number to call back. We call the num-
ber back and they ask us why we are calling and the name of the
person who called us and what the call is about. Huh? How are
we supposed to kn~ow this~ information when they placed the
call and never gave us the information in the first place?
Another version is, we'll receive a call that starts basically the
same way, except that they mention a name. We are trying to .
contact John Jones. If you are not John Jones, please hang up
and disconnect. By continuing to listen to this message you
Admit you are Joe Johns and are accepting responsibility for this
Scall. .
Now remember, this is all on our voicemail. If our voicemail is
answering the call, that means we are not at home, so how are
we supposed to reject the call? Of course since we have not
Responded to their call, the procedure gets repeated either the
same day or the next.
We've even had some calls that we did answer and told them
they have the wrong party or telephone number. Their
response is, "are you sure this is not Joe Johns? Our records indi-
Scate that Joe Johns has this telephone number."
No, idiots, we're lying to you and just feel like playing games
with you. Their response is, "Well our records indicate rthat Joe
Johns is at this telephone number."
We tell them to correct their information, but the calls con-
tinue to come in anyway.When we ask where and how they got
our telephone.ilumber, they respond that they cannot divulge
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the chain. "United States History Atlas,":
I can't stress enough the' which khows early roads,
importance of researching railroads and trop routes for
everyone in the family, when -early military battles. Men
trying to trace a dead-end often took their families back
family; Never stop with just to areks they had seen during
researching the husband and their military tours.
wife who are your direct Your joumey back down
ancestors. Look at each child these trailshrill nothej a fast
and who they married. one unless you have family
Research the wife's parents. stories to guiide you. You will
Each person in the family have to search the records all
has a story, and each person along the routes you think
and place they came in your family may have taken.
contact with makes up a Sometimes' the trip was a:
piece of the large pilzzle of steady move ftom points Ato
this family group. point B. Many times,
Chances are, they lived families would find a locale
with, lived next door to or they liked and stop for a .
married, a r-elative or friend generation or two, then
who migrated from the same move on. As l indicated
community. Once you have earlier, some familymem-'
found the origin of these bers will move and some will
lateral-ddnnecti:ons, look for ~.~'stay; and you will find them
your family in this same moving back and forth,
location. Once you mdke this --intermarryingwith friends .
connection, you will discover and cousih~s frdn each
numerous family methbers location. That is why it is -
moving back and forth important to research each
between these locations over person to pick up these
a period of years. relationships. It will connect
They travel over esta'b- the pieces and help you find
listgedmigr~ationroutes. : ihemissing family member
Initially, they traveled from y ~ou need.
settlement to settlement, by It's a lot of research, but all
waterwniays and trails; you need to do isheadddow
following those who went the road, stopping along the
.before them.. waytfo inspect the cemeter-
The fist of these routes ies and cotirt houses, and
was crude trail created in remeinber, if y6u listen
the 1600s, between Boston carefully, you just might hear
'and New York that became someone say; "Here I am."
.the Boston Post Road. Over
the years, the netvrork grew, -Brenda IT Smith canz be
connecting the colonies reached at
from Maineto Georgia. BrendaKSmith~prodigy.net.
Then the roads began to The 7teasure Coast
inch westward an'dthe Genealogical Society meets
settlers traveled by the every third Tuesday at the
combination ofwaterwyays FqrtPierce Main Library, 101
ahd trails, roads and railways Melody Lane, from 1:30-3:30
across tie country. p.rr. Volunteers areat the -
There are many sources on library every Tuesdayy from 9
these migration routes. For a~m. to 3p.m. to help with
about $10 you can order the research. i


You know they were in
to'els orfml~hat small town in
Georgia or Virginia or maybe
NewYork, but where ~did they
come from and where did
4.hey go?
This is where you go from
your traditional genealogy
research, to all those other
subjects I've been telling you
to pursue, history, geogra- .
phy, politics and fnancial
conditions of the times.
Read the local history and i
study what was going on
wi~hen your ancestor fist
appeared in his or her
present location. Was it at a
time when the area was
being settled by land grants
or bounty land given for
military service? Were they
nioving during the time of
the gold rush in the west or
the vestern expansion of' the
railroad? Where did the other
residents come from? -
. Chances are, your farhiy
moved with acquaintances.
Some families moved to
America, settled down and
never moved from their
Original location. These are
the easy ones to trace back, .
Sbut many moved every
generation or two: The
migration can go in almost
any pattern. Sometimes.
everyone in the family
moved atoncetaking the
elderly parents with them.
Often, they stayed until the
parents died, then all the
childrerf took their families
and moved soilth or west,
looking for newer and
greener fields, either all going
together, or scattering across
the colmntry.
Then again, they may have
Moved one at a time, with
either the oldest or youngest
staying behind with Ma or Pa
and keeping the farm or


GENEALOGY
BRENDA K.
S SMIiH


settling the estate and
moving on themselves.
Regardless, when tracing
back, you must determine
which direction to start
.looking.
Starting in 1850, census ,
records will give the birth
state of each individual. This
will tell you if they have
traveled from away from the
state whdre they were born.
The 1870 census tells if the
.parents were foreigreborn.
By 188Q, the census gives the
.bjrthplace of the parents of .
. each person. This is valuable
information in tracing the
migration of families. It will
help decide if it was your
direct ancestor who started
migrating or was it his
parents or grandparents.
Lookingin theland '
records, many deeds will give
the home of the grantee, or
buyer:It also may give the
location of the grantor, who
Ipay have moved on before
he sold the land. This will
help if your ancestor was
either the grantor br grantee.
While traveling down the
emigration route, Id'ok at these
records for your ancestor's
names. If you find their
names, investigate thor-
oughly to build a case to .
determine if this, indeed, is
your family. Check all the
records in the county and
compare the facts with those
you know about your family.
When you determine that
you are dealing with the
same people, you will have
completed another,link in


This is the first ofa two-
part column.

column with advice
from an expert about
coping with holiday grief. '
This year is no different;.
that column will appear
next week.
This week, I thought I'd
write about what I'm
planning to do in this first
year without Roy. After the
New Year, I'lllet you know
how well it worked out.
Roy and I made Thanks- _
giVing dinner for my mom
and dad for the last few
years. It was kind of funny,
because Roy, having grown
up in Britain, didn't really
COnsider Thanksgiving a
holiday.
We set a lovely table and
did the turkey and trim-
mings. Roy loved bringing
the turkey out and we ate at
our table overlooking the
lake. I had even begun an
after dinner concert with
some of the songs I was


were married on Christmas
Day, so Roy and I made a
combined Christmas-
anniversary dinner. '
It was basically a repeat .
of Thanksgiving, except
that we added Christmas
crackers, those English
novelties that you pull open
to get a surprise. We often
listened to music; Roy loved
Pavarotti and we would
listen to him sing. Some-
times L~sang, too, although
not as well as Pavarotti.
Roy did the decorations
and I was the assistant. I
.don't really feel like doing
that this year, but I will put
up a small tree with
twinkling lights in his
honor. Again, I'll probably
go to my parents.
SI know this is going to be
a sad time, but it comes so
soon after Roy's death and I
think it will just be part of
the grieving process I'm
going through, trying to
figure out what to do with
the rest of my life, including
special days.


Jan. $would have been
our 19th anniversary, so I
have another special day
coming right away.
For me, I think keeping it
quiet and simple this year
will be the best for me. I'll
catch up on my work,
which is always therapeu-
tic, and continue the
massive filing project I
began last summer. I'll
watch some seasonal
movies and I'll cry. I have
learned that crying is a
necessary part of the
grieving process.
That's my plan. Next
week,`I'll share recommen-
dationS from Jackie Nar-
done oiTreasure Coast
Hospice on things that may
help you get through a
difficult time.

Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine and
a member of the National
AssociationofScience
Writers. E-rnail questions to
skoppel~bellsouth.net.


working ol.
As late as July, Roy and I
were still planning to do
that this yeag. With Roy's
death in September, I know
that I don't really want to do
that this year.' I think it will
be too hard. I will spend the
day with my parents and
we'll improvise dinner or
bring it in, as my mother
isn't really up to cooking. ,
We'll prbaby do
crossword puzzles as we
often do when the three of
us are together. It will be a
quiet ay and td d know I will
feelsad, but I know that it's
normal.
Roy loved Christmas and
he was in charge of it.
Growing up Jewish, Christ-
mas was not a part of my
tradition, but my parents


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United for Families CEO Christine Demetriades, United for Families CEO, right, presentS
Rene Prouix with the case Manager of the Year award.


For Hometown News
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TREASURE COAST -
Rene Prpulx, a dependency
case manager for Chil-
dred's Home So~ciety, was
awarded the dependency
case Manager of the Ye~ar
award Oct. 18, during Le
Bal, Maique, UWni~ted for
Families' signature event.
Unit d for Families coor-
dinates and oversees
child-welfare services m
St. Lucie, Martiri, Indian
River and, Okeectiobee
counties.
Mr. -Proulx's employer,
Children's Home Society, is
part of Uriited for Families'


network of providers.
United for Families cre-
ated the award two years
ago as a way to recognize
and better support the
efforts of dependency case
managers, who coordinate
services for children in the
dependency court system.
It was the first time Mr.
Proulx won the award,
~which has become the
centerpiece of United for
Families' program to train
and retain quality case
managers and stabilize the
child-welfare system for
children.
Mr. Proulx, who has
been recognized twice for
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He was nominated by his
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willingness to always assist
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possible by a matching
grant from Toyota of Stu-
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they told us that other than
:h nirg usht~eledphone
pick up the phone and hang
it right back up. We don't
know how this is going to
stop them from calling us,
but we are going to give it a
try
The most aggravating
part is where by law they
can call you from 8a.m. to 9
p.m. At 8:02 a.m. (while we
are still sleeping, the phone
rings. We are senior citizenS
and retire early (you knOW
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reach old age). The tele-
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deep sleep at 8:59 p.m..We
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*Dustin James Riggins, 29,
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*Jesse Thomas Guzic, 33,
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Gardens, was charged with
two counts of grand' theft
and conspiracy to commit
grand theft.
*Natasha Donaldson, 21,
4779 Northwest 10th Court,
Plantation, was charged with
grand theft and giving a false
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Photo courtesy of Ron Rose
A reveler in traditional Junkanoo wear shows off the
Bahamian tradition during the Pineapple Festival.


variety of drums, may\~ bells.
w~isdes ani-other instal-
,ments to' create a1 iun~iqu
'Car-ibbean sound..
"It's a fun timhe," lnl. Gjibso~n
said. "When we c!:mre he~re,
wve feel at home. i\Ve tee~l like
we've come to family.'
The Jensen Beach Pinieap-
ple Fes~tival features ~more
than' 100 9ct~ii'tide. calmii al-
style g msnand olngoing lile;
This year's' headlining acts
include "American Idol" final-
ist and couyntgr singer Bucky
Covingtpn, funk bank Morris
Day & The Time and 7-year-
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"American Idol" alum to per-~
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ist iWellie P'ickles, w\ho, itole the-

..\'te look forward e,;o aoh-
er successful festival that
offers good family enterrtain-
ment and an unforgettable-
experience," Mr. Rose !said.
"Let's just say Jensen Beach
will once agamn be the enter-
tainment epicehter of Sou~th
Florida (this) weekend," -he
said.
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sch ~dule of events, k~isit
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ol` Gregor\ Tow\n, a luiaint ser-
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Jensen Beach and Gregory
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festival and representative of
the Bahamas Ministry of
Tourism. "'It's an opportunity
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A1A0 Martin County


Hometown News


Photo courtesy Suzanne Wentley
Steve Hooks, left, owner of. Hooks Construction, and Rob
Ranieri, president of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin
County's Palm City lxanch, review plans for renovating
the old fire house.


long-term lease under which
the club could use the space
for $1per year, if it agreed to
cover the cost of renovations.
Construction began earlier
this year, and club represen-
tatives say the effort soon
became a community under-
taking.
Several businesses, includ-
ing a construction company
and landscaper, have offered
free or discounted services,
said Anne McCormick, the
group's executive director.
Among those coming to
their aide were Ram Realty
Services chairman Peter
Cummings, who is also presi-
dent o~f Southern Realty
Group, and his wife, Juie.
,The couple donated
$50,000 toward the renova-
tion.
"Both Julie and` I believe
strongly in the mission of the
Boys &( Girls Clu~b, and of
coilrse, we have an attach-
ment to Palm City, where we
lived' for eight years and
where T have been developing


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The dogation puts the
group dn track for its planned
January 2009 opening at the
firehouse.
"We are so grateful that the
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us to make the new club a
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Glorias M .Snw

Gloriade M Snowe 70, of tu-
o tart, died Oct. 30, 2008,at
atTreasure Coast Hospice in
Sturtiec. .
She was born in Nidewark,
N.JN.., and was a residet f
Set ouartufort~y sr moin yas

~he isurved by hs- wf
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and ofk;tw years, a s
daughters Jacquine and ve
Granc; a sepsn Ralph on
two sitegrs Dorohy nd

mya ond an Dnad;12
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Hlrarr E. Snoho

Harrya E. Joho, 90, of Stu-
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aenoBvaoinStuart.
:He was born in Shwaron,
Pa.'. and was a, resident of


Dorothy E. Kelly
Dorothy E. Kelly, 82, of
Stuart, died Nov. 1, 2008.
-She was born in Mount
Vernon, N.Y., and was a resi-
dent of Stuart for four years,
coming from Wappinger

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Hometown News


lA l Martin County


Hurtigruten (formerly
Norwegian Coastal Voyages)
all of which have enrich-
ment programs on board.
For those who would like
a more luxurious experi-
ence, choose the lovely
Yachts of Seabourn or even
Sea Dream Y~chts.
Today Iwouldlike to
highlight one such line, and
some of you might be
surprised by it. Princess
Cruises. Surprised?
Along with their fleet of
niega ships, Princess offers
three small ships, the '
Taihitian, Royal and Pacific
Princesses. All three ships
were formerly part of the
novl defuhect Renaissance
Cruise Lines ships. They are
small, but sleek and elegant.
The ships are roughly
30,000 tons and carry 670 to
710 passengers each. They
have a crew-to-passenger
ratio of 1:2.7. The passen-
gers are mostly adults (no
children's programs, unless
20 or more children are
sailing). The vessels are
easy to get around and 70
percent of their ocean view
staterooms have balconies.
What is unique is that you
have large-ship amenities
with a small-ship ambiance
'and they sail itineraries that
visit small boutique-like
ports that they can easily
navigate. This is a great way
to get up close and personal
with destinations around
the world..
Dining options are the
saeeasss% se lar
choice of traditional dining
or personal choice. You also
have a choice of dining (for
an additional cost) at
Sabatini's or Sterling
SAtoeualheor esev nthe
experience, where you will
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Residential single
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Hometown News


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Earl Stewart is the owner
and general manager ofEarl
Stewart Toyota in North
Palm Beach. The dealership
is located at 1215N. Federal
Highway in Lake Park.
Contact him at www.earl-
stewarttoyota.com, call
(561) 358-1474, fax (561)
658-0746 or e-mail
earls@earlstewarttoyota. co
m.

This column originally
ran Jan. 12, 2007
A common definition of
1lthe word sale is,'"an
Soceasion usuallyy
brief) for buying at specially
reduced prices."
The problem with many

dseales d ter rt oilers is

ltathsead certisitu aH ale,
which violates the part of
the definition ofa sale that
it is bne~f. Also, the price

"pcil sedueu etbut the
same price you can always
buy that ~car for.
It is~very hard to tell a
legitimate sale from one ~
that's not. One suggestions is
to be somewhat skeptical if
a dealership is constantly
advertising sales and
specials. If you are always
having a sale, then by
definition, it is not a sale.
Wal-Mart addresses this
Sin a very upfront manner. It
advertises its' neies are low
every day and ~that's exactly
how their merchandise is
marked, Wal-Mart doesn't
try tdc trick you into coming
in on a certain day or
weekend because, if you
don't, you won't get the
lowest price.
There is an axiom of
advertising that says you .
must alvirays have a "cause
for action" built into your
ads. When you say all the
good things about your


Many dealers always
advertise that they have too
many cars in stock. If I
owned a dealership, I think I
would consider replacing
the man who ordered my
cars.
If a sale is legitimate, it
should be a relatively rare
occasion anid there should
be an honest, understand-
able motivation for that car
dealer to take a much lower
profit on those particular
cars.
Of course the acid test is
to shop the sale price with
that dealer's competitors. I
find that dealers usually will
quote their lowest pr-ices on
Sthe Internet and this is a -
great place to determine-the

Bec rfwen chp ckn
price on the rn ernet tad

rnojt dealers charge a
" 'dealer feeldoc feeldealer
Sprep"~ on top of the selling
price. Thisnpdnc~e00ane

$1,000. Florida law requires
that dealer fees be included
in advertised prices, but this
law is regularly broken in
the newspaper and Internet
ads.
Another thing that you
should bie careful of is to
find out how many of the
types of cars that you might
'be interested in are on
"sale." The trick here is to
Advertise a car at it huge .
discount, but there are only
one or two cars available at
that price. The chances of
you buying one of them are
slim and none. They may
say "many others available
at similar savings," but the
trick here is to know what
the definition of similart" is.
Scientists say humans are
very similar to
chimpanzees.
The other trick on
switching you to another
car at "similar" savings is
thlit a dealer can now legally
add his dealer fee/doc fee to
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WaS not adyertised.


ON CARS
EARL STEWART




products and prices, yot'
dqn't have a good ad, unless
the reader has a specific
reason to come into your
store immediately or within
a short time- .
The reason for this is .
pretty obvious. Most people
are procrastinators. I am.
That's whiy I am typing this
column at 4:26 p.m. on
Friday and my deadline is 5
p.m. That's what sales are all
about. Make the prospec- .

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Tninor runa ely, thar is rarely
the rruthl. 'u can lrnost
alays buy ta ro
PM luay for just as good a
As you know, buying a car
is often a negotiation
between the buyer and the
seller for the highest trade
alowance for the trade-in
and the lowest price or
monthly payment on the
new car.
A car dealer will sell you 4
used or new car at his
lowest firice, if you are a
good negotiator, seven days
a week in almost every case,
One of the few exceptions to
that is when the manufac-
turer puts on~an incentive
for a short time because this
effectively lowers the price
to the dealer. He is likely t9
pass along some, or that
entire price cut, to you.
Another exception is when a
dealer inadvertently stocks
too many vehicles of one or
more models. This isn't
something that would likely
happen very often or
certainly not all the time.


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When Ken Ludwig wrote
his .comedy "M~oon over
Buff o," edhad Carol Bur

Charlotte Hay, a -B-list
str.e Se tok sh ole af
30 years away from Broad-
way and won a Tony nomi-
nation.
Teneshu et Cas an i
see local favorites Tom and
Carol Farley in the roles of
George and Charlotte Hay,
the battling theatncdal cou-
ple, when the Barni Theatre
presetits "Moon over Buffa-
lo" from Nov. 14-30'
Linda West, the director,
spoke about the challenges
of directing a farce that is
actually several shows
within a show.
"It's very busy show," she
said. "The actors perform
shows within shows,
including scenes from
'Cyrano de Bergerac' and
'Private Lives.'.
"We need costumes for
the 1930s, 1950s ahd the
17th century. -It's been
unbelievable, getting the
costumes together."
In addition to the Far-
leys, the cast includes Lee
Gumerma,, as Rosalindl,
retired actress; Travis Eaton
as Paul, an actor and Ros-
alind's ex-flancC; Hansen
Colyer as Howard, a televi-
sion weatherman; Candice
Bourgault as Eiileen, the
company ingenue; David
Pierce as Richard, thg fami-
ly lawyer; and Mary Rod-
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-14-2008


Aries-March 21-April 19 .
The main reason for your sued
d voto nyou dh ids. Metahner
with family, associates or
eren s, oud awy eanse wh an
you do it. You remain commit-
ted, calm and passionate. You
are hi hly deserving of all the
reward s coming your way.

Taumrs-Ap~ril 20-May 20
SNo matter what your rnood
and attitude is upon awaken-
ing, you continue to find new
ways to serve. Your heart lier-
ally sings when you have a
chance to help-someone with
a greater need than your own.
You are a hope and ipspiration
to others around you. Keep on
taking command of your own
life and trust your instincts.

Gemin~i-May 21-June 21
.You are happy most of the
time because you have grati-
Stu~de living in your heart and
thankfulness for all you have
been given. Live each day like it
isaspecial ioliday. As we
approach Thanksgiving, make
it a special point to show this
thanks. With your wonderful
,heart, you will help rothers
bridge the gap of therr own.
challenges.

Cancer-June22-JUly22
Your heart is like a deep well of
good will to others and contin-
ually flows with inspiration,
dreams and new ideas. Listen-
ing to and trusting this divine
inner guidance as needed is
yoor sere tonfroess. h

heights than you have ever
dreamed possi le.

Leo-July EU-Aug. 22
The first priority in your life
should be to stay connected to
and trust your' universal guid-
ance. Next, tak~e~care of your-
self and family needs; Then go
to the world. This is a health iy
way to i~ve, free of gudt or fear.
. The roots of ancon itional love
give ~a sense of purpose,
wholeness and joy~

Vi g-u23-Sept.22
The upcom holidays will
provide you wiha number of
opportunities to advance your
Slie and career. You will see


tinties to shine. Keep creating
new plans and stay focused on
YOUr goals. Follow your gut
Instinct wihen all else fails.

Uibra-Sp 2-Oct.22
Your continue belief in others
See SCOPES, B9


Photo courtesy of Linda West
The caSt of Ken Ludwig's farce 'Moon over Buffalo,' which will be presented bjy the
Barn Theatre in Stuart from Nov. 14-30.


greatest of all challenges iri
the theater," she sdid.
"(You live vicariously
through all of the charac-
te~rs and watch it unfold.
You've brought it to life. '
"It's a different show
every night. as the players
take in the play. The direc-
tor takes you so far and
then it belonlgs to the stage
manager and the cast. They
feed off the audience, espe-
cially in a comedy," she
said.
`The director believes
"Moon over Buffalo" is a
play actors love to perform
because lit's about the the-


mother,
TraviS- Eaton is also tech-
nical director for the show.
"It's a joy having the
technical director at all the
rehearsals," Ms West said.
"He's building the sets and
he's in the cast. It works to
everyone's advantagee"
Ms. West has been
directing for more than 25
years and it is what she
loves to do. i
":I love it because you're
interpreting: and ,hope
you're finding what the
playwright is trying to say
and delivering it the way h~e
intended to say it.- It's the


ater..
"We enjoy shows that are
about show business," she
said. "It's .the cherry on the
banana split. It's heartfelt:
We're talking about the ups
and downs of being an
actor."
The Barn Theatre, 2400
S.E. Ocean Blvd., $tuait,
presents "Moon over Buf~a-
lo," from Nov: 14-30. Perfor-
mahzces, are Wednesday-
Saturday at 8 p.m. and
Sunday atZ p.m. Tickets are
$20. Call .the .box oj~ice at
(772) 287-4884 or order
online at www.barn-the-
atre~com. .


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
John PietSon WatcheS while Scott McAllistar signs a 'Promise' along with
tho employees at' Toyota- of Stuart regarding customer service and their
'Promise' of respect and quality customer~ service to their clients.


Dealership's promise renewed


showroom to sign "the. Toyota
Prorh~ise." '
The document renewed their com~
mitment to continuous improvement
and respect for people.
"We recognize these are challenging
See PROMISE, 62 ~


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SECTION B FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2008


TREASURE

S SCENE
SHELLE1i KOPPEL


Barn theatre
holds auditionS

The Barn Theatre will hold
ni tosp on fNov 16- 8
cal "Little Mary Sunshine,"
which will be performed
from Jan. 16-Feb.8
mThe cast inc udes, s
Chorus of five young men
Sand five young women, and
extras representing young
ladies at a finishing school.
For more information, ca,11
(772) 287-4884.

Youth Symphony
10 perform
The Treasure Coast Youth
Symphony will present its
fall concert, "French- Con-
nection," at the Lyric The-
atre on Nov. 24 at 7 p.m.
"Suitei No. 1" from the
opera. "Carmen" and
Tehaikovsky's "1812 Over-
ture" provide the French
Connection. Also on the
program is "The Sabre
Dance". by Khatachurian
and Vivaldi's "Double Cello
Concert 'for Cellos and
String Orchestra," with ce1-
lists Kathryn Adams and
Melissa Enyart.
The Treasure Coast Youth
Symphony is in its 22nd
year, under the direction of
founder JTohn Enyart, Ben
Enyart and Thomas Servin-
sky. The symphony awards
scholarships to~ orchestra
members to contim~ie their
xIpsic education.
the Lyric box of~ike at (772)
28772 ohreorder online at

ClaSSICal guitariSt
returns to Lyric
Classical guitarist Con-
stan~tinos Jaferis of Stuart is
returning to the Lyric Theatre
on Nov. 21.
Mr. Jaferis, who was born
in Greece, studied the String
bass, but wanted to play the
guitar. He taught himself the
instrument, but when the
great classical guitarist
Andres Segovia came to
Greece, his father sent the

shud edtodse Mr. Taei '
career was set.
"I saw an instrument with

"Sgoi was n lieable I
was one of the most impres-
siv~e moments of my life and
opened up new horizons in
my mind."
A few years later he had the
opportunity to work with his
father, a conductor with the
See SCENE, B3


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Community?

NoteS

Smngletarian Society
The Singletarian Society of
Martin and St. Lucie counties
offer active single, divorced or
widowed ~folkts ages 57 to 70, to
attend its meeting. The club
meets formally ooce a month for
a buffet lunch and news of
upcoming events. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 398-2345 or
(772) 873-5113.

Join the Riot
City ROilFS
The Riot City Rollers flat track
Derby team is looking for -mem-
bers. Both woman and men over
18 are encouraged tb join the
team. No prior skating experience
required. Practice is~ every
Wednesday and Friday from 8-11
p.m., and Sunday from 2-5 p.m. at
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Airecidy a living doll, Deb~ra Ball of Sewall's Point became a living perch for the visiting
birds at the'Anchors Awv~eigh' event for the Children's Museum of the ~Treasure Coast,
held Friday, Nov 7. Money raised at the event went to the museum's campaign to build a
54-foot Spanish Galleor in the Bank of America Explorer Wing. The newly opened chil-
dren's museum is located in Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach.


Friday, November 14, 2008


Hometown News


B2 Martin County


Toyota of 'Stuart will honor
customers as welcomed
guests and serve them in the
inanner they desire, respect
the time and priorities of cus-
tomers and colleagues and
practice the belief that "there
is no best, only better."
"Toyota' of Stuart associ-
ates have always practiced
these principles, but in this
time of declining consumer
confdence they are more


important to remember
everyday," said Mr. Piersonr
Recently, Toyota of Stuart
expanded its service depart-
ment hbury to seven days.
Guests' service hours are 7
a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday
through Friday, 7a.m.to 5
p~m. on Saturday and 7 a.m.
to 2 p.m. on Sunday .
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Stuart.


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For more information, call
(772) 334-1954.

Free mammograms
Soroptimist International
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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
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on breast health and assis-
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For directions to meetings
or more infomzaton, call
(772) 233-1883.

Kids night out
This unique program is
designed to give mom and
dad an evening out and will
be offered 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 Countyi Sher-
iff's Office will be called if
children are not picked up
by' 11:30 p.m. or if the par-


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M:l~embers of te Stuart Sunise Rotary Club took part in this year's International Beach
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From page BI
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Located at 7645 S.W. Lost
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For more information, call
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Thursday, from 7:30-10:30
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No. 4194, located at 2464 S.E.
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For more information, call
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La Leche League
Lit Leche League of Trea-
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locations from Palm City to
Sebastian. Mothers with
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myself. I'm not a poet,.a
writer or a painter. I'm a
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pieces from the various eras
of the, guitar repertoire.
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Hometown News


B4 Martin Coun


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H ello smart shoppers.cobk sei a
Check out my holiday
the end of the colutr'n.

br sd- mf nuke ys go;
how you cook it that will
determine its moistness. .
For my turkey, I make my
German Aunt Mlargie's
sausage stuffing. According
to my daughter-in-law, Lisa,
"It should be patented!"
Roasting your fist turkey
can be a terrifying cooking
experience; just pretend it's a
very,1arge chicken.
To go with the turkey, look
for many vegetable recipes
next week including mashed
potatoes, candiedyam,


ROAST ~TURKE~Y

Thaw turkey, remove
giblets from the cavity and
,oa ncml eal ed wta dfor
at least one hour. Doing this
gives the meat a fresher
flavor. Rinse and dry with
paper towels. Follow
roasting instructions on the.
turkey bag.
Rub turkey with canola
.oil, sprinkle with salt and
pepper. For a small turkey,
place breast side down on a
sprayed v-rack. Turn right
side up the last half hour of
roasting.
See ROMANCING, B5


ROMANCING
THE STOVE
with the
Grammy Guru
ARLENE BORG ,

mashed rutabaga and
German-style spinach and
cranberry sauce plus nuts, '
pies and fruit.
Make as many foods as
possible a day or two before
the big day to make your life
easier I
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2 teaspoons salt
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper
2 tablespoons chopped
parsley
11large loaf white bread
2 cups chicken broth,
canned or homemade

Break up sausage and
brown in skillet. Drain and
set aside. Add canola oil to
skillet. Saute onion, celery
and turkey liver.* Add
seasonings.
Return sausage to pan
and cook a few minutes. In a
large bowl, break bread up
into small pieces.
Add sausage mixture and
broth. Mix thoroughly.
Taste. Add more salt if
necessary. Cool and stuff


foil, in a 200-degree oven at
10 p.m. the night before. At
10 a.m., turn oven to 325-
degrees, roast about two
hours or until a meat
thermometer inserted in the
thigh registers between 170
and 180 degrees. Increase
time according to size. Baste
often.
Results: a tender, juicy
bird. You can also remove
the turkey from the oven in
the morning and put it back
into a pre-heated oven two
hours before you plan to
serve.
For an end result that is
easier for serving and lower
in fat, place stuffing in a
large covered casserole
rather than in the bird. Put
in oven the last hour and
baste with a squirt or two of
turkey drippings. De-fat
drippings with ice cubes
and make gravy as instruct-
ed in previous columns.

TURKEY STUFFING

Enough for a large turkey,
22 pounds or more; the
leftovers freeze great.

1 pound pork sausage
(roll)'
4 large onions, chopped
6 large stalks celery,
chopped
1 tbsp. canola oil
Turkey liver, chopped
(optional)
2 teaspoons sage


turkey or cook in casserole
as explained in turkey
recipe.
*Liver' call. be discarded or
added, raw, to cooled
stuffing. It will cook in the
baking.

CORN CASSEROLE
SefVeS 4
regular and low fat
1 14.75-ounce can each of
whole kernel corn
drainede) and creamed
corn
1 egg or equivalent
amount of egg substitute
1/2-cup each sugar and
flour .
Salt and pepper
1/2-cup milk, regular,


low-fat or skim, or
undiluted evaporated
skim milk
2 tablespoons butter or .
butter substitute

Mix cans of corn together
in large casserole dish.
Whisk together remaining
ingredients, reserving
butter. Blend the mixture
into the corn mixture. Dot
with butter. Bake at 350 for .
one hour.

l am available for talks
from south Vero to Hobe
Sound; Call (772) 465-5656
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When a recipe is not in my
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Nearly s0 !ari agro, he and his Earchr jtrtred a pick-
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Chicago. Soon, rheir busine-i grewi jo large rhat the
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A me~mber of Po-mpano Becih High's ('Floridal tirst
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From page B4
Another trick for a perfect
bird is to season and place
in a paper supermarket bag
in a large turkey roasting
pan; leave the bag open. No
basting is necessary. Tear
open the bag for the last half
hour, then baste and roast
'til golden.
For a large turkey, place
on a rack in a heavy roasting
pan; season as directed.
Make a tent of heavy
aluminum foil and place
over top of turkey. This will -
prevent the moisture from
escaping.
Baste occasionally and
roast until done. Remove
foil about 1/2 hour before
for a crispy, crackly skin.
If you choose to stuff the
turkey, be sure the stuffing is
cooled first; bacteria can
grow when you place hot
stuffing into a cold bird. ~
Loosely stuff both the body
and neck cavity; the stuffing
will swell as the bird cooks.
Close the openings with
turkey skewers and string.
Tie wings and legs and then
roast as directed on the
package-
SFor Thanksgiving last year
we chose a 20-pound bird.
To free the oven for the
vegetables, I tried an old
method and timed it.
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Hometownm News


his wallet and then fl
Carl tried to get hin
up, but he had been t
down on his bad leg.
there trying to gather
himself as the minister
came running to help
Although the minis
witnessed the attack
his window, he could
there fast enough to s
"Carl, are you OK? Art
hurt?" the minister k~
asking as he helped C
his feet. Carl just pass
hand over his brow a~
sighed, shaking his he
"Just some punk kit
hope they'll wise-up
someday. "
His wet clothes clul
his slight frame as he
to pick up the hose. H
adjusted the nozzle a
and started to water.
Confused and a little
concerned, the: minis
asked, "Car~l, what are
doing?"
"I've got to finish m
watering. It's been ver
lately," came the calm


ed. Satisfying himself that
self Carl really was all right, the
hrown minister could only marvel.
He lay Carl was a man from a
different place and time.
er A few weeks later, the
,him. three returned. Just as
;ter had before, ~their threat was
from unchallenged. Carl again
n't get offered them a drink from
;top it. his hose.
e you This time they didn't rob
ept him. They wrenched the
:arl to hose from his hand and
;ed a drenched him head to foot
nd in icy water. When they had
ead. finished their humiliation of
dls. I him, they sauntered off
down the street, throwing
catcalls and curses, falling
ng to over one another, laughing
bent at the hilarity of what they
ie had just done.
gain Carl just watched them.
Then he turned toward the
warmth-giving sun, picked
ter up his hose and went on
:you ~with his watering.
The summer was quickly
ly fading into fall. Carl was
ry dry doing some filling when he
Reply. was startled by the sudden
approach of someone
behind him. He stumbled
IEE \and fell into some evergreen
action] branches. As he struggled to
jE regain his footing, he turned
to see the tall leader of his
summer tormentors
Reaching down for him. He
braced himself for the

"Don't worry old man,:I'm
25nit enna hurt you this
a ~The young man spoke
soitly, still offering the
tattooed and scdiry hand to
SCarl. As he helped Carl get
up, the man? pulled a


crumpled bag from his
pocket and handed it to
Carl.
"What's this?" Carl asked.
"It's your stuff: back," the.
young man explained, "even
the money in your wallet."
"I don't understand," Carl
said. "Why would you help
me now?"
The young man shifted
his feet, seeming embar-
rassed and ill at ease.
"I learned something
from you," he said. "I ran
with that gang and hurt
people like you. We picked
you because you were old
and we knew we could do it.
But every time we' came and
did something to you,
instead of yelling and
fighting back, you tried to~
give us a drink of water. You
didn't hate us for hating
you. You kept showing love
against our hate."
He stopped for a moment.
"I couldn't sleep after we
stole your stuff, so here it is
back." He paused for
another awkwfnard momeht,
not knowing what more
there was to say.
"That bag's my way of
saying thanks for straight-
ening me out, I guess."
And with that, he walked
off down the street.

]ame Tucke will leat thk

Beach, 1Yiday, Saturday and
Sun No. 14 150 ad16 doing

see you there.
Until next time, never gi e
up on your dream, your
passions and your purpose.i
Keep on keeping on.


Editor's note: This is the ~
first part of a two-part
column.


me by my dear friend,
Pat Barker in Ohio. It
brought tears to my eyes
and joy to my heart because
of the simple and timeless
beauty of its message-
Carl was a quiet man. He
didn't talk much. He would
always greet you with a big
smile and a firm handshake.
Even after living in our
neighborhood fdr more
than 50 years, no one could
really say they knew him
very well.
Before his retirement, he


drug activity,
When he saw the flyer at
our local church asking for
volunteers to care for the
gardens behind the minis-
ter's residence, he respond-
ell in his characteristic ally
unassuming manner.
Without fanfare, he just
signed up. He was well into
his 87th year when the very
thing we always feared
finally happened. He was
just finishing his watering
for the day when three gang
members approached him.
Ignoring their attempt to
intimidate him, he simply
asked, "Would you like a
drink from the hose?"
The tallest and toughest
of the three said, "Yeah,
sure," with a malevolent
little smile.
As Carl offered the hose to
him, the other two grabbed
Carl's arm, throwing him
down. As the hose snaked
crazily over the ground,
dousing everything in its'
way, Carl's assailant's stole
his retirement watch and


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through Saturday and 9 a,m.-
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every Sunday from 10
a.m --3 p.m. (weather per-
mitting) at the Shef Shack, at
Stuart Beach on A-1-A.
Crafts, food and music
galore. Call (772) 873-2981
for more information.
*Jensen Beach Dolphin.
Tours: Intracoastal nature
tour on 42-foot boat. Cost is
$25 per person. Sunset
cruises are $42 per person
and includes beer. Duratiott
is 90 minutes. Call for times
and availability, (772) 209-
TRIR
*Maritime and Yachting
Museum features classic
andi antique boats, ship
models, nautical ,artifacts
and tools, paintings; and
books. The ~Maritime and
Yachting Museum, 3250 S.W.
Kanner Highway, Stuart, is
open from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on
weekdays, and from 1-5
p.m. ~on Sundays. For.infor-
mation,call (772) 692-1234.
*Stuart Community Band
meets every Monday from 7-
9 p.m. at the Stuart recre-
ation center. New members
with sortle musical~ experi-


ence are welcome. For more
information, call (772) 220-
1 744.
*Stuart Heritage Museum:
The museum, 161 S.W. Fla-


the Hobe Sound National
Wildlife Refuge, starts at 9
a.m. Reservations required.
For more information, call
(772) 546-2067.

Ongoing eventS
*Camping at Phipps Park,
located along the Okee
chobee Waterway. The
campground is near the
Florida Turnpike and is easi-
ly accessible via Interstate
95. Enjoy fresh and/or salt-
water fishing.Ciampers also
appreciate the waterfront
view that many of our sites
provide. For more informa-
tion, visit the Martin County
Parks and Recreation Web
site at www.martin.fl.us, or
call (772) 287-6565.
Jnsen Bookwalk: noon-6
p.m. every Tuesday at His-
toric Downtown Jensen
Beach. Sponsored by Jense~n
Beach Village 'Mainstreet
and Treasure Coast Writer's
Guild.
*The Elliott Museum:
Hours are from 10 a.m.-4
p.m. daily at 825 N.E. Ocean
Blvd., on Hutchinson Island,
Stuart. Admission is $6 for
adults and $2 for children
ages 6-12. For more informa-
tion, 6all the Elliott Museum
at (772) 225-1961 or visit.
*City of Stuart's Riverboat
Cruise offers daily; cruises
from historic downtown
Stuart along the Indian and


St. Lucie rivers. Reservations
are required. Discover "old
Florida" on the paddleboat.
The cruise includes buffet
with live entertainment. The
cost is $25. For cruise prices,
schedules or to book a spe-
cial event, call (772) 463-
4000.
*Florida Oceanographic
Coastal Center nature trail
adventures: The daily, 90-
minute guided walks start at
11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the
center, 890 N.E. Ocean Blvd.,
Stuart. Free with paid
admission to the center.
Admission to the center is $8
for adults and $4 for chil-
dren ages 3 to 12. For infor'-
mation, call (772) 225-0505.
Or visit www.floridaoceano-
graphic.org
*House of Refuge muse-
um is at 301 S.E. MacArthur
Blvd., Hutchinson Island,
Stuart. The museum is open
daily from 10 ~a.m.-4 par.
Admission is $4 for adults
and $2 for children ages 6-
13. For information, call
(772) 225-1875
*Island Fest happens


Friday Nov. 14-
Sunday, Nov. 16
*Jedsen Beach Pineapple
festival in downtown Jensen
Beach. Gates open at 6 p.m.
on Friday and noon on the
weekend. Tickets cost $10 at
the gate, and $5 in advance.
*Power of Now and Breath-
ing Meditation LevellISemi-
nar: Live a joyous life, learn
how to overcome stress and
improve relationships. Intro-
duction at 7:30 p.m. Nov l4,
to be held at 3114 Kanner
Highway, Stuart. The seminar
will be held Nov. 15, 10 a.m.-6
p.m., and Nov. 16, noon to 7
p.m., at Infnity Center of
Light, 2500 N.E. Indian River
Drive, Jensen Beach. Call
(772) 634-4011 for more
information or registration.
SDonations are accepted.

Sunday, Nov. 16
*The Jensen Beach Art
SLeague will sponsor a series
of Art Exhibits, from 10 a.m.
-:to 4 p.m. on the grounds of
the Indian Riverside Park,
1707 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach. Rain date will
be the followvug Sunday. For
more information, call (772)
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B8 *Martin County


The dinners, are served at
the Veterans of ForeignWars
Post 4194, 2464 S.E. Veter-
ans Ave., Stuart. The $12 fee
includes a salad, baked
potato, vegetables and roll.
For details, call (772) 222-
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To submit calendar event,
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the desired publication date.


Grille, 4290 S.E. Salerno
Road, Stuart. Morning tours
are scheduled daily at 10:30
a.m. The cost is $20 for
adults and $16 for children,
Not recommended for chill
dren under 6. For informa-
tion, call (772) 219-0148.
.*Steak dinner fundraiser
is scheduled from 5 to 8
p.m. on the third Friday of
each month, presented by
`the ladies of the U.S. Mili-
tary Vets Motorcycle Club.


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Calendar
From page B7
1 p.m. on Sundays. Admis-
sion is free. For information,
call (772) 220-4600.
*Sunset cruise: A two-
hour sunset cruise through
the Indian River Lagoon to
Bird Island on Thursdays.
Light refreshments are
available. Check-in is at 3:30
p.m. at FINZ Waterfront


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list for the early angle; big
top water lures took their
share.
Late morning anglers
caught the whiting, croakers
and snook. They just had to
wait for the water to warni.
Pompano were in and out all
day, most were small, but
enough numbers that you
were sure to take a few home.
An~d yes there were fleas on
the,edge.
The river water was absent
and missing turbidity. The
fish were everywhere, east
side or west. It was those
pesky trout, they know the
season i lose anthan lers ~

shallow and deep water. East
side a(nd west it was hard to
get bait to the red fish
because the trout were on it.
Good catches of red fish in
the Power Plant area, lots of
slot fish on both live and
artificial baits, cool part is,
they have been in all day.
There were good numbers of
small snook, plenty ofjacks,



Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
There are many new opppatu-
nities coming into your life right
now because of all the positive
changes you have created with
family and work. This gives you
several new choices in your
actions and results.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You handle distractions with
grace and ease. Your creative
Row is coming into a new high-
er level. Keep expanding your
circle of influence and responsi-
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how your brilliance and tenaci-
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bad fh,s pu nnde r sa
enough to keep that rod bent.
There are lots of black
du th~e b i s,Nand sess,
than 14inches or more than
24 inches, five is the bagwith
one over 24 inches.
Still looking for the slot
snook, the bridges are the
locations, taking deep baits.
Bning your camera, because
most fish are over the slot,
and the older the picture the
heavier the fish.
Finally, the pompano at the
east end ofthe causeways;
this is where the bigger fish
have been taken. The fish
have been there all day, not
always chewing, but there.
Doc's and Nylure jigs top the
list. Green was the color this
weekend. Plenty of mackerals
also reported from those
lctons,1Tcdoye oh to
test your equipment.
Henry Caimatto ownzs the
Snook Nook Bait and Tackle
shop in Jensen Beach.


e'ial cawe eendwit
.1. moderate temperatures,
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Ofsoe ,the action started
at 100 feet, straight out of the
inlet. There were weed lines
and pretty water, but most
importantly, bait and fish.
Tkolling was the method and
dolphin were the targets.
There were some really
nice fish, from 15 to 25-
pounds. Those pesky sailfish
were chewing on the bait.
Most anglers reported from
up to five releases. There were
wahoo ad king for the
angles who p led down
baits, more dolphin and
those pesky sailfish.
Big Spanish mackerals
were there for the pitch rods,
with quite a few cobia to keep
you busy. Down to the king

mc eras hae asdh a
strong show for anglers using
-glass minnow chum '
That strong show of sails
should make for big tourna.
ment numbers. Yes, it: is
about that timie.
Surf anglers. tlie water has
settled and weeds have
broken up. Blues, mackerals
and pompano were waiting
for you. Spoons top the bait




Scopes
From page BI

is the spark that keeps you
moving and going in the n rht
direction. You need little po ic-
ngbecause you are what jus-
tieis all about. You always
sense the night thing to do and
then y do it, even when
faced wihlarge challenges.

Scorpio-Oct.23-Nov. 21
You always give 100 percent,
especially when your heart is in
it. This is the key for your pres-
ent and future success. If your
heart isn't in it, don't do it.
Refuse to allow the world to
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Sagillarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Recent success makes you
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th-o-finish what yota star. Your
Sstroni: earthlj grounding is a
Major factor in your success.
Your high spirit dnves you even
m 'njore. Keep it as simple as pos-
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tive affirmations is the key to
continued joy.

Capricom-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Courage is one of your
Strongest assets. The others are
k~honesty and perseverance-
Stand up for your beliefs: and
refuse to back down when you
know you are right. Continue to
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772-468-8435 SLC
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door, $25, 772-343-7462
SEWING .MACHINE- like
new, $150, Rattan Hutch,
wmTV$50, 772-546-8521
SHELF, WICKER- tan,
6', 3 shelves, 2 bottom
doors $30, Wicker bench
tan, $25, 772-344-9361

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SOFA SLEEPER- $125.
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$9, &18x38" liquor
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American mahogany par-
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pieces 321-426-4925
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tables, coffee table. Solid
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DINING SET- wood, 4
tall back chairs, 2 sets to
choose from, $75,
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DOORS, INTERIOR- ( )
with hardware, $30 each,'
Exterior steel door, $25'
772-465-8866 SLC '
DRILL, Black & Decker-
1/2" variable speed, 5.5
a ps, new, $50
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HEADBOARD & 2 night
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HOT TUB- Seats 4 excel-
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cost $ 000 a king $200'

HUTC2, uount -d smal ,
lower 2 door cabinet,
$100, 772-398-4344 SLC
JACKET, WOMANS-
Giorgio Armani, new,
beige, size 10, $199,
772-985-1076 SLC
JEWELRY BOX- beauti-
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772-708-6789 MC


LATHE, WOOD- 36",
with stand, tools & extras,
good condition, $65,
772-342-8879 SLC
MATTRESS & Box-
spring- King, complete
cover set, Headboard,
$100, 772-283-0706 MC
MIRROR- large cherry
wood, most see, $50 Vid-
eo rocker chair, new.
$50, 772-215-6112,MC
MIRRdORS eLA GE-eaa
772-692-0993 MC
MONITOR, COMPUT-
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PATIO FURNITURE.
beige, 42", aluminum &
glass table & 4 chairs,
$150, 772-336-8270 SLC '
-PATIO SET. 10pc, white
PVC, foot stool, table & 4
chairs, 2 gliding chairs,
$125, 772-344-6009 SLC
POKPR TABLE- wood &
77 -30- 816 SL

new, 12x24, $65
772-621-8624 SLC '
POOL LADDER- Fiber-
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r~ab0s, perfect condition,
10,772-340-3496 SLC
POOL 'LOUNGE with
Canopy- new in box, $75,
772-878-5473 SLC


SOFABED & Sofa- Print
pattern, excellent condi-
tion, $200, 772-340-5575
STOVE, ELECTRIC-
Almond color, very clean,
you pick up, $50,
772-209-8910 MC
STOVE, KENMORE-
Elite, Electric, glass top'
$75, 517-745-3530 SLC
STOVE, MAYTAG- elec-

$00 '7 -e33 -1 1
ST VE,eleWrIRbPOOL-
good condition,' $150,
772-873-5182 SLC
TBLE, 05F E-2 mdrd
Tables $25 each
772-336-5705 SLC '
TABLE, PATIO- white
PoVnC, 35 5Lx23.5W, 9ew
772-223-0269 SLC
TENT, SUNDOME- Cole-
.man, floor 10x10, with
single burner stove, great
cond,$55,772-489-2507
TIRES- (4), PS255/70s/,
R16, FS, 28,000 miles,
off of a '99 GMC, $100,
772-464-7474 SLC

SIES- /L noln,i () a u
772-344-9163 SLC
TRAILER HITCH- Re-
ese, for FJ Cruiser,
50001b .tow, $1990bo,
772-226-5938 SLC
TRUCK, Dodge- '86, pick
up, 1 ton, 318 running
motor, no title, good parts
$200, 772-209-1743 SLC


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TV- NEW Westinghouse
19" HDTV with table and
wall' mount. $200
561-596-9811 MC
UMBRELLA, Patio Ta-
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new in box, 6', $40,
772-489-8814 SLC
VANITY TOP- marble, 48
x22, $25, 772-878-5351
WALL UNIT- light wood,
4', $150, 772-343-7104
WASHE s eDryer-aKen-
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$200pair, 772-215-2345
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404-354-5872
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Ill T 10 W
HOBE SOUND: 1/1 with
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Also, Effiencey $500
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N. HUTCHINSON Island
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across from best beach'
lush landscape, new
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803-826-6033
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small farm 35 acres.
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NORTH CAROLINA
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Refs 772-341-8095


HOBE SOUND quiet, 1/1
facing- pool. Nice area,
near shops, beach. Many
Extras $795/mo. For de-
tails 772-708-0731


HOBE SOUND- Lost
Lake Gated community..
2-br/2-ba/2-cg Champion
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Non smoking. Contact
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com.or516-593-7230



mos. 3 mon. min. No
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(w/approved credit)
2bed/2ba ...,.....$750



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Call for best dea !
614-889-1749

BUte~rfRies ad rabe al
on river. Washer/Dryer
Monthly or leased. 2
available. 772-834-6167

STUART 2 MASTER BR,
2-1/2 ba, Large Town-
house. Nr US1, schools,.
shopping. $875/ mo incl
water. 772-214-6286

STUA1RT 551/1Vit 13
W/D on prem. Activities.
Golf, pool, Clubhouse,
$600/mo + sec.
.772-288-1132


W 0 W
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1br & 2br from
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013

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FOOR RENHTI USAELE



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Fea n iang o er 1
Assoc. 561-719-4070.


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3-br/2-ba 2 cg. $900 +
Iau at 6 72- 8082063240r
PORT ST LUCIE-
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$1290/mo. Neutral tile
upgrades, backs to
preserve. Gatlin area.
C nvenient to 95 and
tp e.95 -274-5699
PORT ST. LUCIE 3/2
Villa for rent or sale. End
unit, w/side yard privacy.
Scrnd. porch, West of
Turnpike Avable SNow
Pet ok. 772-349-5961 .
PORT ST. LUCIE Club
Med furnished or unfurn
2/2 & 3/2. Directly on the


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STUART Call Gardens
Home. 2bdrm possible
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plus $500 Security. Call
772-263-4321
STUART- MARTINS
Crossing 4/2.5/2 Master
1st floor.' Avail now.
$1800/mo. Comm pool
/tennis. Dave at Gardens
Really 561-309-5533
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cle River $1100mo
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PORT STFI.UCIEut iar
$400 per month. $100
per week.772-621-3678
PORT. ST. LUCIE 2
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3-br-2-ba Home. Full
House priv, W/D close to
95, cable TV. $110 per
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here. $465/mo. Call cell

02R 8ST. LUCIE WEST
Looking for responsible
person to share 372
home. Good neighbor
gelec, 104m54-471473le
STUART furnished room
& bath. No smk/pet. 45+
female wants same-
Quiet, comm pool, Refs
$500+dep 772-286-8896


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11221 E
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STUART Lexington
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Seto 38 01 through
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unit: E-04 Brian Norton;
Rolls of Carpel, Boxes of
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Capt 1 i Sa pie

be conducted by auction
on the premises, on
November 18, 2008 at 10
No th pStartth tre
reserves the right to sell
unit contents. North
Stuart Centre, 656 NW
Buck Hendry Way.
Stuart, FL 34994
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1938 CHEVY Street Rod
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Interior redone. Asking
$22,500 561-767-0441


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386-677-5943
PONTIAC FIREBIRD
Trans Am 2002.
Collectors yellow. Last
one made. 2,780 miles.
$25,000 772-465-6173


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Power steering, breaks,
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