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Vol.7, No. 43 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, April 3, 2009





Hobe Sound man
changed with four
home burglaries


A 25-year-old Hobe
Sound man is facing six
felony charges after investi-
gators linked him to several
burglaries.
Brandon Stephen Salice,
of 11090 S.E. U.S. 1, Lot 44,
is charged with four counts
of burglary of an occupied
:., structure, two counts of
grand theft and one count
of criminal mischief.
Investigators say they
found Mr. Salice within
walking distance of one
robbery site. Fingerprints
and other evidence placed
him at three other crime
scenes, they said.
Deputies say the man
entered his victim's homes
while they slept and took
several items, including
cash, electronics and pre-
S-scription eyeglasses.
M r Salice's girlfriend,
Danielle Abbott, told inves-
tigators he made her
accompany him on the rob-
beries.
She told investigators
that she drove Mr. Salice to
several locations, but
remained in the car after he
fe)j. instructed her to park and
turn off the lights, accord-
ing to the arrest affidavit.
Detectives say the
woman was cooperative
and helped them recover
stolen items. No charges
have been brought against
her.
Mr. Salice was being held
on $45,500 bond at the
Martin County Jail at press
time.

Anonymous donor
offers matching grant
to Boys, Girls Club.

Members and staff of the
Paltn City branch of the

See BRIEF, A2


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'Business A7 Police Report AS
SClassified B14 Sports B12
Crossword B8 Star Scopes BI
Obituaries B7 Travel A10
Out & About BI Viewpoint A6


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Lt. John Recca of the Martin County Fire District puts out a smoldering pile of peat moss that was still burning sev-
eral days after the brush fire that burned through parts of the Rio community near Felix A. Williams Elementary
School last week.


Clear brush to safeguard against wildfires

Tell-tale sign of drought is change in grass color


By Samantha Joseph
Joseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY -
Forestry officials and local
firefighters are calling for
caution in the wake of a
brush fire that swept across
about 90 acres in Stuart last
week.
Officials warn that a
"killing frost," which dried


lush grass, added: to the
drought, high winds and
heat that created prime con-
ditions for a wildfire.
"We have these droughts
and off it goes," said Dave
Dyal, assistant fire chief at
Stuart Fire Rescue.
. Officials advise that Flori-
da's active wildfire season
runs from December to July,
when lightning and human
carelessness increase, the
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likelihood that stray sparks
reach and ignite dry vegeta-
tion.
In the case of last week's
blaze, a passerby tossed a
cigarette into the brush, Mr.
Dyal said.
The small spark caused a
fire that threatened about
100 homes and businesses,
causing the evacuation .of
about 50 people, who had to
remain outside tdiedanger


zone for about four hours.
School district officials
evacuated Felix A. Williams
Elementary School and
heavy smoke prompted
them to opt to keep the'
school closed the following
day. Haney Creek Park also
closed for the weekend to
prevent injury from falling
trees and underground fires.
See WILDFIRES, A2


Artistic counseling
With the assistance ,"
of artist Laura1
Daniel, Tiffany .
Dazilmar, 8, of .
Stuart uses her hand .
to create the petals'
of a flower ona
mural at the new Ae p
Boys & Girls Club A g-:
scheduled to open .
this week in Palm
city.















Mitch Kloorfain -V
chief photographer



Local organization helps



keep players in the game


By John MacDonald
Macdonald@hometownnewsol.com
While the Boys and Girls
Clubs of America are billed
as "The Positive Place for
Kids," they are quickly
becoming one of the only
spots for them, as well.
With middle school


sports programs being
slashed or-eliminated and
high schools feeling the
brunt of budget cuts too,
the organization is helping
to pick up the slack along
the Treasure Coast..
All of ihese- clubhouses
a'. beacons :itf positivism,"
Tommie Gibson said. "It


means a lot for these kids
to participate in sports.
"There are other places,
out there, but they do not'
do it as well as we do since
we are a national organiza-
tion."
Gibson, the director of
operations for the Boys and
Girls Club of St. Lucie


County helps, oversee one
of the most successful
sports programs on the
Treasure Coast.
"We have an active tri-
county basketball league
with teams from Martin, St.
Lucie and Indian River

See PLAYERS, A8


By Samantha Joseph
Joseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-
When the music stops,
so does business.
That's what Jensen
Beach restaurateur Mark
Kren says has been hap-
pening in recent weeks,
thanks to changes in the
county's noise ordinance.
On Feb. 10, Martin
County Commissioners
voted to change the lan-
guage of the ordinance.
The move added language
that requires "places of
public entertainment" to
restrict noises on their
property, so the sounds do
not carry past 150 feet.

See NOISE, A4



Library set

to reopen

in May
By Samantha Joseph
Joseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY- Less
than one year after it shut
down for construction work,
the Peter and Julie Cum-
mings Library is set to
reopen with twice the space
and lots of added features.
When it opens its doors to
the public on, May 11, the
Palm City library will have a
newly-built second story
with about 10,000 square
feet of additional space.
"Basically, we've doubled
its size," said Randall Saumi-
er, Martin County's con-
struction chief.
Designers, West Palm
Beach-based Stephen
Boruff Architects, added the
second floor to avoid
encroaching on surround-
ing wetlands at the Mathe-
son Avenue site.
The completion marks the
end of a nearly two-year
process of planning and
design on the project that
was envisioned more than
10 years ago when the
library first opened in 1995.
"This plan has been in the
works for many many
years," said Judi Snyder,
associate director for public
services.
Design costs, permits and
construction brought the
price tag to $3.5 million.
Work started last May,
leading the project to nar-
rowly escape deep budget
cuts that put several county
efforts on hold in 2008.
"If it weren't for the fact


See LIBRARY, A4


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Spring registration open for adult ed classes


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
,MARTIN COUNTY-
Adult Community Edu-
cation'classes offer adults'
the opportunity to expand
their interests in art, fit-
ness, motorcycle safety
training, technology, for-
eign language, dance, spe-
cial interest and more.
Classes offered include


beaded jewelry, South
Beach aerobic club danc-
ing, and Microsoft certifi-
cation classes in Word and
Excel. All are at a nominal
fee.
Classes begin the week
of April 20, last eight
weeks and are offered
through Martin County
Schools Vocational, Adult
and Community Educa-
tion.


Registration for the
spring session begins
April 14 from 6-8 p.m. at
Martin County High
School, Room C-9, 2801
Kanner Highway, Stuart.
Extended registration is
April 15-16, from 2-9 p.m.
at Martin County High
School Community Edu-
cation Office, room C-9. -
Spring classes 'are
offered in art, computers,


business and finance,
dance, foreign language
and special interest, such
as bridge, home organiza-
tion, developing good-
decision making skills and
writing.
For more information
call (772) 219-1828. For
online registration and the
latest updates on class
offerings visit
www.vace.sbmc.org.


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LOW VISION EYE DOCTORS HELP

LEGALLY BLIND TO SEE AGAIN


Members of the International Apademy of LOW
Vision Specialist help those with macular
degeneration to keep reading and driving.'

By Lois Neinken
Freelance Writer
Just because you have macular degener-
ation or other eye diseases like diabetic
retinopathy doesn't mean you must give up
your favorite activities.
Ever look through a pair of field glasses or
binoculars? Things look bigger and closer; ard
much easier to see. Florida Optomietrist, Dr.
Marc Jay Gannon, is using miniaturizediblnoc-
ulars or telescopes to help people who have
lost vision from macular degeneration or other Patient Bobble Seldman using tele-mnicrscopic glasses for
eye conditions. reading, writing, playing cards, etc
leaves a blind spot right in the center of vision
"Some of my patients consider me the making it impossible to recognize faces, read a
last stop for people who have vision loss," said book, or pass the, driver's vision test.
Dr. Gannon, a low vision specialist with offices
in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton, West The experts do not know that what caus-
Palm Beach and Stuart. "People don't know es macular degeneration. But it is know that
that there are doctors who are very experi- UV light from the sun is a major contributing
enced in low vision care." Dr. Gannon is a panel factor. Other factors are smoking, aging of
member of the International Academy of Low course, and improper nutrition, and 15 to 20%
Vision; of the time it is genetic. There are two types,
wet and dry. The wet type involves leaky blood
Specialist Dr. Gannon is the founder and vessels which may be able to be treated.
director of the Low Vision Institute and the Unfortunately, it may only result in a temporary
American : Foundation -of Low Vision fix as other leaks usually occur.
Rehabilitation.
Our job is to figure out everything and


Macular Degeneration is the most com-
mon eye disease among the senior popula-
tion. As many as 25% of those/over 65 have
some degree of degeneration. The macula is
one small part of the entire retina, but it is the
most sensitive part and gives us sharp images.
When it degenerates, macular degeneration


anything possible to keep a person function-
ing," says Dr. Gannon. Donald Paquette, 72, a
former county assessor, from Anaheim,
California was seen last November, "I could not
read the street-signs soon enough when driv-
ing and I. couldn't read my saxophone music
anymore."


The doctor fit hi, with Iioptic telescope
glasses. "Amazing!" says Donald.
I" can read the streetIi far as
I did before. I can, playmy.I ii .ppy
day!" Dr. Gannon also.provide p6 4ficro-
scope reading glassesAb f 8'iaper
print much easier to read. Dorothy Weston, 80,
from Broward County, Florida was unable to
perform her job as a bookkeeper before visit-
ing Dr. Gannon. She received a pair of special
telemicroscope glasses for reading her spread-
sheets. "I am thrilled to be.able to keep work-
ing," said Dorothy. "A While back I worked with
a world class tournament bridge player who
could no longer see the cards in her hand or on
the table" said Dr. Gannon. "I created a special
split tele-microscope system for her designed
to function like a bifocal." The top part
allowed her to see the cards on the table and
the bottom was for her hand."
Telescopic glasses usually cost over
$2000. says Dr. Gannon, especially if we build
them with an automatic sunglass. Ellen
Imboden traveled from Sweden and was
helped with two pairs of glasses:
Special $475 prismatic glasses, that let
her read' newsprint, as well as bioptic tele-
scopes to continue driving in Sweden.
Low vision devices are not always
expensive. Some reading glasses cost as little
as $475 and some magnifiers $100. Every case-
is different because people have different lev-
els of vision and different desires,
Dr. Gannon can be reached toll free at
1-866-942-2020. You can visit Dr. Gannon at
www.LowVisioninstitute.com. Free semi-
nars for senior centers are also available.


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Wildfires
From page A 1
"What would have normal-
ly been just a minor grass fire
got caught up by the wind,
got into the bushes and really
quickly, it just raced from
there," Mr. Dyal said.
The best bet for residents is
to look out for signs that their
area might be prime for igni-
tion, advised Melissa Yunas,
wildfire mitigation specialist
for the Florida Division of
Forestry..
A chief indicator is grass
that turns lime green, as this
indicates dryness, she said.
"That's definitely a sign that
we're in a drought," she said.
When humidity. levels
reach 30 or 35 percent, lawns
"crinkle" underfoot or wind
speeds e'.ceed 10 miles per
hour, residents should be
mindful of how the. use tire
outdoors, officials say.
"It's a recipe for d.s, tr;".
M s. \'m as said. ,'-;;' _.'
To protect their property,
homeowners .should ensure
they create what fire fighters
refer to as a defensible space.
allowing at least 30 feet
between their buildings and
woods or vacant lots with
wild vegetation.
Placing stories around the
edge of a property is one easy
way to help create that barri-
er, officials said.
Trimming vegetation can
also help, as wildfire flames


Brief
From page Al
Bdys and Girls Club o
tin County have
350,000 reasons to
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typically reach twice as high
as the brush they consume,
officials say.
"If the woods are touching
your home, you're asking fo'
the fire to come in," Ms.
Yunas said. '
That's a key precaution ,
because radiating heat can
cause severe damage, even if
the fire never touches the
property, Mr. Dyal said. j
As heat rises, it carries
embers that can fall on highlyr
combustible pine needles,
wood, brush, rooftops, drains
or trees, spreading the flames.
"The tops of pine trees can
just vaporize and explode,
and then it's off to the races
with that," he said.
Flying embers are the No. 1
threat to homes, officials sayi!
"It's not the flames, like yo6
see in California (wildfires).
where it looks like the hand o
God is coming toward OLUw
house. The real danger here iK
the shower of embers that
spews akfost a quaner of,a
mile int o the air andcshoo0
toward your roof," Ms. Yun.
said. ,
Combusdtible roo.p
debris, such as leaves ,'r
and pine needles, pro\vle
ready fuel for the flames, she
added, urging homeowners
to clear away plant waste dur-
ing the high-risk period. '
"Otherwise, you're asking
for it You have everything up
there you use to start a camp-
fire," she said. "All you need
are the s'mores."
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Not only was the group
headed to a new center this
month, it also secured' a
large donation to fund its
of Mar- operations.
about The nonprofit group
Scele- announced that an anony-
mous donor pledged (to
match up to $350,000iti
public donations.
The benefactor ear-
marked the donation for the
Palm City branch, which
recently expanded, to serve
members ages 6-18, said
spokeswoman Suzanne
Wentley.
The news came just ,as
administrators were
preparing for the April 2
opening ceremony of its
branch at 1150 S.W Martin
Downs Blvd.


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Library
From page Al1
that we had planned this
back in those times, it would
likely have been one of those
subject to be delayed," Mr.
Saumier said. "I think the
library system is very excited
about having that expansion
in the Palm City area."


The! library i s a popular
spot in the city, according to
data f trom ad: ninistrators,
who s '.y they I Inew it was
time foi" expansi on when the
client roster swelled in
recent y ears.
.Mqre than hilf of Palm
City's p! opulatioitn about
S14,600 6 f the are a's approxi-
mate 23 ,600 resi dents is
registered d at the library, Ms.


Snyder said.
With only 10,000 square
feet in its original site, the
branch fell short of the Flori-
da Public Libraries system's
basic standard of about half
a square foot of space per
resident. *
"They had .been deficient
on facilities for children, and
one of the major focuses has
been to' support programs
for teens and tweens," Mr.'
Saumier said. '
The new space allows for
services to that segment ,of'
the population; with most of
the second story dedicated
to families and children.
An exploration lab fea-
tures programs for children
and caregivers,, offering
interactive learning, a raised*
platform for performances
and bins of toys, books and
teaching tools 'on several
'topics, including dinosaurs,
the human body and trains.
Word, of the re-opening is


making the rounds in the
community and reaching
patrons, who for the last
year, used other branches
and the library outpost, a
drive-through site at 1110
Martin Downs Blvd., for
pickups and returns.
When they return to
branch, administrators
Sepect patrons to be pleas-
antly surprised by a special
addition, the only coffee
shop in the county's library
system. ;
"The Wi-Fi, caf6 is one of
the most exciting things,"
Ms. Snyder said.
It's a first for the county-
wide system, which loans
patrons more than 1.5 mil-
lion books per year, and
county staff has invited pro-
posals from private compa-
nies interested in operating
the shop.
"It's a nice 'touch," Ms.
Snyder said.
'.A ribbon-cutting ceremo-


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer '
The Peter and Julie Cummings Library is almost complete,
marking the end of a nearly two-year process of planning",
and design. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled for


9:30 a.m. on May 11.
ny for the Cummings Library
has been set for 9:30 a.m. on
May 11.
Normal branch hours, are
scheduled to remain, with


the library opening from 10
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Tues- ,/
days, Thursdays, Fridays and 1q
Saturday and noon to 8.,1
p.m. onWednesdays.


Noise
From page Al
"You can hear a baby
ing at 150 feet away. I
very, very close," said
Kren, owner of Craw
dy's, a Jensen Beach B


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yard establishment that
offers live jazz and, blues
music.
"That's the distance from
y cry-' our front door to barely
rhat's across the street in front of
d Mr. us. It wouldn't even take us
vdad- halfway through the park-
oule- ing lot across the street."
The earlier version of the
I ordinance imposed the
rule only after 11 p.m., but
the update calls .for 24-
hour enforcement.
"It was shocking how bad
the proposal was," Mr.
Kren said.
He is-not alone in.finding
the new rule restrictive.
"That's one of the biggest
things I'm hearing from
members," said Ron Rose,
executive director of the
Jensen Beach Chamber of
Commerce. "They're ask-
ing what caused the issue
to be brought back before

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certainly the case in many juris-
dictions outside the US. But in
the US, you are required to
identify the fineness, of the
quality of the precious metal,
but you do not need to stamp it
on the item it sell. You can iden-
tify it on the invoice, on a hang-
tag, or on other descriptive
material .accompanying the
piece. .If the manufacturer
chooses to quality stamp the
jewelry item made 0t gold or si.-
ver., te law require's thai triev
plece.,-a federally registered
:rade.hark in close proximity to
me quality stamp This has trie
effect of providing assurance to
ihe purchaser Ihai the iiem'rn
precious metal quality ,is guar-
anteed by the entity that
stamps the item. The National
Gold and Silver Stamping Ace
is federal law that was enact-
ed in 1905. Violations of this
law carry sanctions that include
forfeiture, civil and criminal
monetary penalties and even
jail; The Federal Trade
Commission' Guides for the
Jewelry, Precious Metal and
Pewter Industries was pub-
lished in its current form in
1996. These guidelines estab-
lish7the standards the FTC will
apply to claims and represenia-
lions at all levels ol Ihe trade
about 'industry products"
regarding any material aspect'
of the product. Trhis includes
laDeling, promotional maiteral
and all otner forms of market-
rig. including advertising. FTC
guidance slandards are luiiy
subject to the National Gold
and Silver-Stamping Act.
Hawk Levy has been in the trade
since 1979, he .currently
owns St. Lucie Jewelry at
9168 South US 1 In Port St. Lucle,
and can be emalled at
Hawk@St.Luc[eJewelry
or called at 772-337-4700


the .county commission, Within 15 minutes of,.
and why nobody was told stopping the band, though,
about it. All of a sudden, it about 70 customers left, he _,
, .just showed up' on the said.
county commission agen- Since early February, the ,,,
da." restaurant has. taken steps
Officials from the Jensen for volume control. It relo-
Beach chamber joined cated its band from near
forces with their counter- the street to the back.of the,,
parts in Palm City to building, but the move,,
appeal the rule before the means that customers 'at,/,
commission, about 13 tables can no.
The groups .say the new longer see the performers
requirement forces them to from that new spot.
muffle their entertainment Even before the change 2S
or risk facing fines of up to to the ordinance, the.i
$500. establishment used a noise ,
They argue that the new meter to keep sound levels,.,,
requirement is not only below, 35 decibels, staff
restrictive, but unjustified. said. '
"No body can find where But even with those,',
there have been increasing measures, the restaurant
in complaints over the past has had to close an hour,
year," Mr. Rose said. earlier, shutting down the''
County ,Commissioner band at 11 p.m. to ensureI'
Doug Smith, who intro- the sound doesn't carry as
duced the measure, was the city quiets.
not available for comment "I would like to be neigh- i
at press time. borly, but as soon as we
But meanwhile, Martin shut down the music, the.
County deputies have whole place clears Qut," 7'
begun to enforce the rule. Mr. Kren said.
At least four businesses The lost hour has cut
hate received citations, into the restaurant's earn-
according to releases from ings, slashing its weekly
the lensen Beach and Palm sales b\ between $5,000
City chambers,. and $6,000, he said. If the
Among them was Craw- losses continue, he fears

band at about 10:30 p.m. low to cut costs. '
on one of its busiest nights, "We're asking the Countty
after a deputy asked man- Commissioners to pleaseA
ager to turn down the take another look at this,".
music or face a fine. Mr. Kren said.

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Editor's note: This is a list 4705 Elm Ave., Fort Pierce,
of arrests, not convictions, was charged with violation
an(i all arrestees are pre- of probation and battery on'
sumed innocent unless or a law enforcement officer. ,;
until proven guilty in a court *Judith Kreischer, 49, 5010 ,
of law. S.E. RailwayAve,, Stuart, was
'Mafin CrbljntV charged wih felony xiola
iW.in tion of probation.
OWIff ffte *Lamy gel, 31, 2552
S.E. Mari Ct., Port St.
Elliq, 22, 38(6'Lucie, wasbhbarged with
Carle rive,'West Palmi '.lhid-d&gree-_ 'grand theft
Beach, was changed wid' from a peisotn iage 65 or
armed trespass on property. older.
*Frederick Pierre Jr., 19,' *John Raymond
744 N.W. Fifth Court, Apt. 1, Romanowicz, 18, 7500 S.W.
Hallandale, was charged Paulson Ave., Stuart, was
with attempting to obtain a charged with robbery with a
controlled substance, by deadly weapon.
fraud. *Dennis Baum, 48, 11090
*Brett Calvert, 30, 7806 S.E. U.S. 1, Lot 31, Hobe
Woodsmith Drive, Wept Sound, was charged with
Palm Beach, was charged domestic aggravated assault
with violation of probation, of a person age 65 or older.
burglary of a dwelling with *Christopher Osmer, 30,
assault or battery, aggravat- 2835' S.W. Lakemont Place,
'ed battery with a deadly Palm City, was charged with
weapon and grand theft. resisting a law enforcement
-Montaro Carn, 24, 633 officer with violence, battery
54th' St., Apt. A, West Palm on a law enforcement officer
Beach, was charged with and attempting to deprive
two.counts of burglary of a. an officer of his means of
dwelling- and third.-ddgree protection.
grand theft;.. .. ohn Noel Rodriguez, 21,
*Luis Domingo, 18, 14653 3674 Gatehouse Circle, Apt.
Southwest 169th.: Ave.,' 211, Stuart, was charged
indiantown, was charged with possession of cocaine
with tampering with a wit- with intent to sell and pos-
ness. session of drug parapherna-
*Jules Brandon Hough, 21, lia.
2521 Northwest 39th Ter- *Jack Bozeman, 23, 5107
race, Apt. 203, Lauderdale Rosegreen Court, Tampa,
Lakes, was charged with was charged with felony
attempting to obtain a con- violation of probation.
trolled substance by fraud *David Johnathan Lee, 26,
and' possession 'of a con- 2617 Northeast 13th Court,
trolled .substance without'a' Apt. 5, Fort Lauderdale, .was
valid prescription. charged with felony driving
*Jeffery Fereshetian, 29, under the influence of
382 S.W. St. Lucie St., Stuart, drugs or alcohol and being a'
was charged with trafficking habitual traffic offender.
oxycodone, two counts of *GeneLonnie Mercer, 47,
possession of a controlled 438 Martin Luther King
substance and possession of Blvd., Unit 11, Stuart, was
drug paraphernalia.,. charged with felony viola-
*Parker Swift, 23, 1559 tionof probation.
S.W. College St., Stuart, was *Chase Andrew Legleit-
charged with sale in lieu of a ner, 19, no address listed,
controlled substance and. was ,charged with robbery
possession of a concealed with a deadly weapon.
weapon. -*Edward Howard Pierce,
'MarieKryqtynaPetrie, 19, 50, no address listed, was


charged with unemploy-
ment compensation fraud
and issuing a worthless
fraud.
*Jennifer Lowe, 24, 4494
S.W. Ranchwood St., Palm
City, was charged with solic-
itation to sell a controlled
substance. .
*Patrick :Coriolan, 33,
3530 N.W. Treasure Coast
Drive, Unit .206, Jensen
Beach, was charged with
grand theft.
*Amanda Ortiz,. 19, 2330
N.E. Rustic Way, Jensen
Beach, was charged with
aggravated battery.
*William Durant, 28, 4749
S.E. Salvatori Road, Stuart,
was, charged with being a
habitual traffic offender.
'Patrick Joseph Alloe Jr.,
aka Sparky, 22, 1460 S.W.
Sunset Trail, Palm City, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance, bur-
glary and battery.
*Robert Gentore, 51, 2337
S.E. Seafury Lane, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
driving under the influence
of drugs or alcohol, refusing
a lawful test and possession
of a controlled substance.
*Leonard Clayton Battle
Jr., 32, 1735 N.E. Darlich
Ave., Jensen Beach, was
charged with being a habit-
ual traffic offender.
*David Wright Jr., 22, 2810
S.E. Holly St., Stuart, was
charged with burglary of a:
dwelling, third-degree
grand theft and attempting
to obtain a controlled sub-
stance by fraud.
*Linus Gilbert Farr, 57,
2843 Kiowa Ave., Orange
Park, was charged with
felony driving under the
influence of drugs or alco-
hol.
*Allen Zee Lauderdale, 53,
1700 S.E. Salerno Road, Stu-
art, was charged with felony
battery with a prior convic-


tion.
*Terry Kessler, 47, no
address listed, was charged
with grand theft of more
than $300 but less than
$20,000 and failure to
appear in court on a charge
of being a habitual traffic
offender. '
*Andrew Benjamin Stein-
berg, 38, 8744 Wellington
View Drive, West Palm
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation and
possession of cocaine. -
. *Sergio Ramirez Jr., 18,
4991 S.E. Kingfish Ave., Stu-
art, was charged with rob-
bery.
*Dana .De Temple, 24,
1223 S.W Pine Tree Terrace,
Stuart, was charged with
being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Jamie Lyn Bursiek, 23,
8732 Beacon Manor Blvd.,
Apt. 403, Fort Myers, was
charged with two counts of
violation of probation and
grand theft.
*Frankie Washington, 52,
14879 S.W. Martin Luther
King Drive, Indiantown, was
charged with sale and deliv-
ery of,, marijuana within
1,000 feet of a worship cen-
ter or.bisiriess..
*Michael Jolly,' 27,' 1604
S.W. Thelma St., Palm City,
was charged with third-
degree grand theft.
*Catherine Springsteen,
45, 3287 N.E. Holly Creek
Drive, Jensen Beach, was
charged with driving under
the influence of drugs or
alcohol with three prior
offenses.
*Marie Precious Morris,
50, 1147 Northwest 14th.
Terrace, Stuart, was charged
with driving under the
influence of drugs or alco-
hol with four prior offenses.
*Eugene Mathews, 47,
9066 S.E. Athena St., Hobe
Sound, was charged with


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sale of a controlled sub-
stance, trafficking in a con-
trolled substance and pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
*Jousua Echezzarreta, 18,
2250 N. Dixie Highway, Apt.
4, Rio, was charged with
failure to appear in court on
a charge of being a habitual
traffic offender.
*David Blaisdell, 35, 3562
Shortcake Lane, Valrico, was
charged with battery on a
law enforcement officer.
*Edmond Wayne Smith,
22, no address listed, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance.
*Michael Ashley, 52, 1478
S.E. Andrews St., Stuart, was
charged with aggravated
assault.
*Brian Edward Coss, 40,
5360 S.E. Ebbtide .Ave., Stu-
art, was charged with fraud-
ulent use of a credit card
and third-degree grand
theft.
*Amanda Rae Kent. 18,
3474 S.E. Jake Court, Apt.
172, Stuart, was. charged
with being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Jason Thomas McCall,
. 18, 7703 Banyan St., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.
*Lyvonne Rodney Davis,
19, 14571 Esperanza Circle,
Indiantown, was charged
with dealing in stolen prop-
erty.
eJames Jeremiah Grier, 31,
4354 Ranchwood St., Palm


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20-3174

;W Village Pkwy.
Lucie, FL 34987
45-2826

City, was charged with
felony violation of proba- I
tion.
*Delroy Alphonzo Charn,-
bers, 26, 1002 Leonardo Cir-
cle, Port. St. Lucie; was
charged with felony vioLia-
tion of probation.
*Analia Skoczek RFet-
terath, aka Analia Edith Ret-
terath, 35, 10708 El Parasio
Place, Delray Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation and child abuse 4
or neglect.
*Lawrence Brown, 50,
5217 S.E. Driftwood St.., Stu-
art, was charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub -,
stance.
Stuart ;
Police Department

*Amber Rae Thomas, 27,
1265 S.W. Medina Ave., Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
grand theft.
*Stacey Elizab'eth. Clark,
25, 214 Mulch.' St., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
grand theft.
*Cortina R. Wobbleton,
26, 823 S.E. Bayou Ave., was
charged with armed rob-
bery with a firearm and
aggravated child abuse.
*DamianT. Louissaint, 21,
2329 Northeast 1L73rd St.,
North Miami Be ach, was
charged with armed rob-
bery with a firearria.
*David Lamar ILloyd, 21,
2603 S.E. Indiar St., was
charged with armed rob- !
berywith afireari.n.


If you have information about a crime,
call Treasure Coast Crimestoppers at
(800) 273-TIPS.


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Ponzi definition?

Jay Leno said, "It looks like more than 13,0.00 people
were caught up in that Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme.
You know what a Ponzi scheme is? That's where you
throw good money after bad, or as the government calls
it, a "stimulus package."

Stop depending on others

All the attention being given by the establishment to
bailouts has left the nation still terribly dependent on for-
eigin sources of energy.
While people in Washington are apparently unable to
walk and chew gum, we continue such unwise policies as
taxing Exxon Mobil, which is akin to taking money away
front Americans and giving it to Saudi Arabia.

Reduce garbage pick-ups

Instead of increasing taxes, has it ever occurred to our
administration to look at cost cutting measures?
For example, we could do with only one garbage and
one recycling pickup a week. I would think a great many
others could do the same. .

Some consideration, please

The lazy lawn people who forgot, or never knew, how to
J operate a broom, are frequently very inconsiderate when
blowing their cuttings into the street. I cannot believe I
S am the only person who likes to-drive with my car win-
dows open.
Additionally, I would not think that lawn cuttings, etc.,
are good to be blown into our storm drainage system.

Obama is everyone's president

I am so tired of these so-called Americans who claim
'bolama isn't their president. Excuse me, but if they are
. tirulhy Ainericans,lie happens to be your president."
The majority of the American people of the United
States voted him in. I'm sorry that you are the minority,
but he is our president, and if.you are truly an American,
it's up to us to help out and make this work.
Bush Iput us in this position, not Obama. (He's getting
90 percent of the bailout back in taxes, did Bush do that?
No.)
Yetertlay we were sitting in a club. enjoying our day
until a g roup came in, and one woman was very boister-
ous about what Obama said on the Jay Leno show. These
are the same people who sat at a dinner parry at another
club about the same time Obamna was sworn in selling ,
"He's not my president!"
I Guests at that table got up to leave. I had enough. Not
only was our day ruined, but these people, started going
on about how he put down handicapped people.
I was fed up and asked them if they had ever said any-
thing that slipped our or hurt someone's feelings? I'm
sure everyone has at one time or another. unless you'ree
perfect. Di'd they ever laugh at Larry the Cable Guy?
I know the folks I'm talking about and I've always had
respect for them, helping out where help is needed. Well,
help is nee ded now. Instead of all the fighting going on,
how about putting your energy into our country and
helping out? Isn't that what being an American is all
about?
How about it using your energy to wrap a box for our chil -
dren and husbands who are overseas because of Bush?
Better vet, yoti have so have so much energy, why not help
the families who are right here trying to make ends meet
because Buslh sent their provider to war, or because Bush
put us into'd tie ground financially. Have you done any of
that? I didn't ithiink so. Wehave. '
You say Ob.amna hasn't done anything yet?#Ie has eight
years to fix th ings. It's not feasible to fix it overnight. As
for the comment that I voted for Obama, I wish 1 had. I
'want no part cf what you are doing to America.
NIMy grandson's a marine. He's been to Iraq and going to
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Ensemble members Nancy Scully, Jeanette Mazella, Sandi Hellstrom, Hanson Colleyer and J.J. Howse surround
Amanda Dillon as Guinevere and Mike Jordan's Sir Dinadan during the Shiloh Production of 'Camelot' at the Lyric
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Tips for preventing a stroke, part 3


In the last few weeks, I've
Sgiveniyo all the bad
news about the dangers
of heart disease and stroke.
Now, I have some good
news..There are things you
can do to lower your risk.
Ea a heakhy diet.You
know you've been meaning
to get with the prtpgram.
The American Heart.
Association offers some
tips:
Use at least as many -
calories a-s yo uake in*.
Know what'you eat and :
don't eat more than you ,
can burn up in a day.
Eat a variety of foods
from all food groups. To get
the nutrients you need,
choose vegetables, fruits,;
whole-grain products and ,
fat-free or low-fat dairy .
products most often.
Vegetables are high in
vitamins, minerals and
fiber and lower in calories.
Whole grains can help
lower your cholesterol and
help you feel full.


ALIVE
& WELL
SHELLEY KOPPEL


East fish at least twice a
week. Recent research'
suggests that the benefits
from omega-3 fatty acids
found in salmon and other
fish may lower the risk of
coronary artery disease.
If you are pregnant, talk
to o our doctor about limits
on fish intake because of
mercury. For others, that is
not a problem.
Don't consume empty
calories. Limit foods.that
are high in calories but not
nutrients, such as soft
drink,. Limit saturated fats,
trans fats and sodium, as
well. Read the labels.
Choose lean meats and
poultry without the skin.
Cook with herbs and
without saturated fats.


Choose fat-free, 1 ,
percent fat and low-fat
dairy products.
Cutback on foods with
partially hydrogenated
vegetable oils to reduce
trans fats. Choose a spread
such as Smart Balance.
Try to eat less than 300 .
milligrams of cholesterol'a
day. Try to eat less than
2,300 milligrams of sodium
per day. Check canned food
labels; they have a lot of
-'oditim.
Only drink in modera-
tion. That means one drink
a day for.a woman and two
for a man, but you don't
have to have it.
Watch portion size.
Exercise ever day. Walk or
do physical activity for at
least 30 minutes most days.
Check with your doctor
before beginning.
Know your blood
pressure. If you need
medication, take it even if
you have no symptoms.
Stop smoking.


A lot of this sounds
overwhelming. I'm going to
suggest that you start with
one thing at a time.
For example, buy a salt
substitute,or use herbs
instead of added salt this
week.
Next week, buy low or
non-fat milk and other
dairy products. Then add a
fruit each day.
Take a walk in the
morning or after dinner.
- "efore yu- ikTiow i, your
diet and your health will
both improve!
For more information
about heart health, visit the-
Web site of the American
Heart Association
www.americanheart. org.

Shielle' Koppelis-the
former editor of' Todna s
HealihCare" magazine and
a member of the National
4Association of Science
IVrirers. E-mail questions to
skoppel@'bellsouth.net.


All about Adobe Reader


his week I thought I
would touch on an
issue that seems to
:have been popping up
more oflate.
I keep getting requests
for help from people who
either have a file that was
e-mailed to them that is
supposed to be universall
portable document
format," but the\ can't
open it, or they click on a
link in a Web site and then
get a message they need
something called "Adobe
Reader" in order to read
that file. Has this ever
happened to you?
The confusion seems to
come from the idea that
When you get a computer,
it's fully loaded and ought
to be able to open any-
thing, especially so-called
"universal" files such as ,
SAdobe files.
To further confuse
things, some computers
do come with Adobe
Reader already installed in
its "core build" (that is,. the
standard package of
programs installed for that
model) but many do not.
Since the ability to read
Adobe files is got some-
thing that Windows can do
on its own, you can run
into some. confusion the
first time you encounter
one of these Adobe files.
You can recognize an,


Adobe file b
.pdf. The ext
last three cli
file name afi
'fellsWindov
file it is and
to use to ope
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stands for "p
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to look the s
what kind of
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The probl
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format, you
special read
order to see
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If the icon
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Trouble opening .pdf files, this case, it's OK. Installing
COMPUTE then \ou should consider Adobe Reader won't load
THIS downloading the latest. your machine with a
SEAN MCCARTHY copy. bunch of spyware garbage,
SIf you don't have it, it's'a and it,won't cause you to
sure bet you'll needit, get a ton of spam soyogu
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Si ts extension: then it may be an older So, in a nutshell, some-
tension (the version trying to open a times Windows needs help
aracters of a file that was created with a opening even "universal'
ter the doti newer version. That can files.and the way that is
is what kind of happen from time to time accomplished is by
what program too. downloading and
en it. Do you really need it? 'installing the appropriate
e ".pd" Well, it's good to have on "helper app."
portable your machine. EBentually, When you encounter a
format" and it you will encounter a .pdf message that Windows
to be unmver- file and having the latest" can't open afile, don't
t's supposed version installed will panic. Make a note of the,
a me no matter ensure you are able to file's extension to tell you
f computer open it when you how to open it. If it's .pdf,
ewitwith. encounter one. then ,ou know you need
em comes The leader is available for to have Adobe Reader
is is universal free by downloading it installed.

must have a from Adobe's Web site: just If it's some other exten-
er installed in visit www.Adobe.com and sion, rememberyou can
the file exactly click the "get Adobe always Google it to find
as created, Reader" burton. out what kind of program
eed for the Follov the directions ou.to openril.The nice
er "plug-in" or and soon.your,systevemwill thing is that ohce you
a" aplug-in or be opening .pdf files with ,downlpad, nd install the
is!a small noproblems at all. P.... never
it takes over As for the spy-vare ha('e toido it again. From
MSv can't do question, the answer is that point on, Windows
that there's no spyware. will know how to open
o1l t-h.<,a Ar .h Ri, D o iao,- i co.n. files with that extension.


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pletely safe.
But it is good to be alert
when downloading
"freebies" from the
Internet. Sometimes free
comes with a cost but in


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computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
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estate profession, in both ,m going to help som e-
Florida and South Caroli- one today. I'll not only sell
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Her experience includes o :home of hopes, dreams,
residential property man- love and memories. That is
agement, real estate sales far more valuable than
and listings. She worked in Special sticks and mortar," she
propertN management for Betty Special said.
10 years, until 1994. when agent, top hltingageht aiid & 'We are so glad to have
ishe transferred to residen- top overall agent, and has Betty join our Treaure'
tial sals. ,.., ...vy worked. man' years as an Coast Team." said Jasonr
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including activities. leader- agent ith1 Century 21 of great fit for Keller
ship. professional develop- Brovwad County, shewas Williams."
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government affairs. She attended Century 21 about Keller Williams Real-
She has won many recruiting and training ty, call (772) 419-0400 or
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Pet parade to benefit Humane

Society of the Treasure Coast


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MARTIN COUNTY -
Puppuccino Pet Boutique's -
oti ,annual Easter pet parade
. will be held April 11 at 10
a.m., on the downtown
i Stuart riverwalk stage;
benefiting the Humane
Society of the Treasure
Coast.
More,than 20 dogs in the
Humane Society's pet
bb therapy group will parade


in Easter attire and per-
form special tricks on
stage.
Pets are welcome to the
event. Tickets are $10 per
person for regular seating
or $15 per .person for
front-rowVIP seating, with?
special VIP goody bags
with people and pet treats.
All proceeds go directly
to the Humane Society pf
the Treasure Coast.
Puppuccino Pet Bou-
tique is holding a drawing


for three guest model
spots in the parade. -
To enter, fill out a form
at Puppuccino Pet Bou-
tique. Results' will be
announced .April 6.
For more information,
call (772) 781-4202, Mon-
day through Friday from
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sun-
days from 1-4 p.m. Pup-
puccino is located at 3S.W.
Flagler Ave., in downtown
Stuart, or online at
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Rants
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Afghanistan in July. Yeah,
I'm upset. But I'm upset at
the right person, Bush, not
our new president. Give
him a chance.
My grandson and his fel-
low marines would love to
see their families helped
c instead of all this fight-
., at home.
*, .Like mi grandma always
.'*d. "There is a time and a
lace for everything." Our
club is not the place.
As I said before, if you are
a true American, Obama is
your president "and was
chosen by the majority of
the United States. God
bless America.

Buy American
A 70-year 9ld grand-
mother is taking a stand
based on principle, which
all of us, including our gov-
ernment, could do if only
we would consider the
harm we are causing by
purchasing foreign-made
items.
.Especially alarming are
the products .made in
China and other low-wage
countries.
She has made the deci-
sion to buy American and
to avoid goods, such as the
cheap but dangerous toys
contaminated with lead,
the pet food tainted by
melamine and other prod-
ucts, which could and
should be made safely right
here in the United States.

This is justice?

Our so-called system of
justice seems inadequate
to stop what must be called
an epidemic of law viola-
tions.
The unfortunate fact is
that very little or nothing is
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needed changes.
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Should you buy a car through a broker?


ON CARS
EARL STEWART,


This article originally
appeared in the Jan. 18,
2008 edition.
Earl Stewart is the owner:
and general manager ofEarl
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If you aren't familiar with
car brokers, 'they are
third parties, mostly
individuals, but some com-
panies, who act as interme-
diaries between you ,and
the car dealer, supposedly
to get you a better price
than you would be able to
obtain by yourself.
Most dealerships, includ-
ing mine, deal with brokers.
Virtually all brokers are"
paid a fee by the dealer and
some also charge the cus-
tomer. A "double dip" you
might say.
The fees the brokers
charge range all over the
map. I don't remember
paying; a broker less, than


$500 and have paid up to
$5,000. The charges to the
customers range from $250
to $750. If the broker is
charging you a fee, you can
be almost certain he is also
charging the dealer at least.
as large a fee.
Another way brokers do
businss:dits'4aci.ally. buy
the ca i.64 e, rell giagain
10No yuTo:4A this they roust
have 'd.lr-,lice'hse, other-
wise t'e y.w' 'eto pay
sales tax on the transaction.
Buying the car allows them
to mark the car up to you as
their compensation. 'They
may charge you a fee, too.
As you can see, the price
of going through a broker
raises the price of the car
you buy. The only question
is does it raise the price
above what you could buy
the car directly?
The answer to this ques-
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rly'a-e "From last year to. thjis-
layers year, we made a 35 percent
Frdmpage Al cut in basketball games in ,j
Frm page Aanticipation of budgeol
counties that plays in the restrictions," Principal Da.,
Mac Mascioli Unit gym in Kramek said. "We made si
Fort Pierce," Gibson said. ilar cuts in soccer and vo
"'We have full-league play on leyball."
Friday and Saturday for kids Stuart Middle Schoj
8-years-old to 18. Y made some voluntary
"It's just one way t fill in reductions as well.
the gap for athletic'acvi- ."'W cuit back on teams we
ties." ,q ance the
lose Torres, f'h- alps'.b V ero Beach
coach the' arrin C .. ~ea,'., piiicipal Sigrid
'squads, has seen .the b.nrie- rGeoix-ai' 'We doubled
fits of the league, ndt jtv4 for ..P oic" i9cis in the county,
his teams but also for th "but stll<-o16st four to six
competition. games.
"It's grown so. much, It's Sebastian River Middle
unbelievable," 'Tories said. School offers seven sports
"We have seven ( Matin over the course of the year
County) teams ineludingtie but has seen the number o.
girls. They're all doing well. games slashed over the la.
"It's great for the St. Lcie fewyears.
County teams, also because "We had 15 or 16 baseba
they don't have a middle games last year," athletic
school program so they can director Bill McCarthysaid.
still feel part of a team." "This year we only havel6' 1
St. Lucie County Middle, games.
School studentshave feltthe "Girls basketball we had
brunt of the cost-cutting 21 games two years ago. This
measures. All sports were yearwe had .11.
eliminated this year and "We have to keep our lkid
now intramural activities are. active and involved." "
in doubt. One of the fortu- Keeping children on the,
nate few is Lincoln Park's go and in the game is one of
Brandy Montgomery, an the primary goals of any
eighth-grader who earned sports program. One conse-
her way onto the varsity bas- quence of the school'
ketball squad. reduced offerings is tH.
"Idon'tknowwhatlwould increased risk of childrefi
dd if I wasn't able to play falling deeper into a sedeft-
basketball," Montgomery tary lifestyle. Obesity hdA
said. "I have such a passion become a national epidemic '
for the game. If they took it with the number of young
away it would hurt so bad." people considered ove[-r
Other counties are suffer- weight steadily rising bveo
ing as well. At Gifford Middle the last 29 years.
School in Vero Beach, the According to the Centers
administration has; had to for Disease Control's Naionr,
,take a proactive stance in al Center for Health. Stati-
the face of the state's woes. tics, the percentage of young .,
S people who are overweight
has more than tripled since
1980. o
S ,We're practicing an1
playing Monday througoj
N W Saturday and sometirnmi
SSunday," Tdrres said. "
don't just do basketball, wA.
do fitness to help them keepj
Romancing, their weight down.; ri
"A lot of diabetes starts
The Stove with younger kids. A lot 9ff
by Arlene Borg people don't understaria
the Grammy Gurp that." f sdw
With health issues a P'Ib
mary concern, the organizp;
ti on looked at yvbat mnakes;,
.lete. P rmg wiP U.ov
Department- of Health anl
Human Services,, they cameo,;
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StorieS program designed to help in,
Stories o several key areas.
Archives "It makes kids aware of the,
and mOre at...' importance, of what they
~. O ... eat," Tiffani Ponder said. 'It
www.HometownnewsOL.com helps to make sure the kilfoD
_.________ are getting in their 60 .min'j
utes of physical activity
every day. Aim
"It also shows them tearnqc[
work and sportsmanship." ,4id
Ponder, the director ocj
health and life skills, workss.j,
.:out:-of the Boys and Girdswv
-Clubs' national headquaT-a,
ters in Atlanta. She is awar9al
I of the organization's imporyi'q
tance, especially in the facgo,
pm of so many middle schoolnt
n & 7:00 pm and high school programs ri
under fire. ,'r
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said. "I definitely tip my hatfl
to the youth professionals i4fii
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Patty Alan, right, Indian
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of Martin County, and
Karen Schreiner, left,
director of the IRSC
incubator, awarded Erin
Stacey, second right and
Robin Benjouali, second
left, winners of the IRSC
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MARTIN COUNTY-- Erin
Stacey, a senior at South
Fork High School and Robin
Benjouali, an Indian River
State College business
administration student, are
the'winners in the IRSC stu-
deWlt business plan competi-
tioi.
The winners were recog-
niz d at the Martin County
Economic Council lunch-
eon held March 19, at Pipers
La ding in Palm City.
The competition was,
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Stewart
Frqn page A,
tion depends entirely on
your buying skills. If you are
of average intelligence and
follow the advice that I've
givfn in these columns, you
sh iuld be able to buy most
car% at as low a price as a
broker can.
This means you will save,
anrjWhere from $500 to
$5100 in fees that you don't
hakv to pay. I don't care
what a broker may tell you, a
dealer will"alwavyssell you
the'ar at just as low a price
asl ffl-r 'A broker. iflou
are'lu' skfilkd"bbier and-do'I
our NomdwIork.'
-cf course there 'are rea-
soifi other tfharn price that
caihryers seek out brokers.
AT've o-ften said, buying a
car can be' a very unpleasant
experience. One of my
coHimns is entitled, "Should
I Buy a Car or Have a
CoClnoscopy?"'
Iffyou go about buying a
ca the right way, you mini-
mize the unpleasantness.'
Dofi't ever. go into a dealer-
ship .without doing your
hoV&ework about the exact
yeai, make and model you
wait, accessorized exactly\
as-you wish. Always get at
least";..threeth ', competitive
prices, If at all possible, do'
yor' shopping in the com-
foit: of your home on the
Internet. If you're not cyber-
savvy, ask for help from a
friend,, son, daughter or
graindchild who is. You will,
geteyour best price on .the
Internet without ever hay-
inglito leave the comfort -of
your home. '
Two excellent Web sites
you can consult 'are'
w w.kbb.com and'
www.edmunds.com., -They
have vast amounts of free
infornatiof-on dealer cost,
qi ality ratings, trade in val-
ues, etc. I l "
tot of-people relyonl their
cr dit unions for advice on
w ihch dealer the\ should
bt y a car from. It sounds
li e a good idea, because
ycur credit union handles
thousands of these transac-
ti ns and has experience
w th lots of car dealers.
must warn you that there
ar ,, employees in credit
ur ions who are paid by the
ca~jdealers for referrals not
atl different than a broker's
feti Also, many credit


In addition, the first place
winner also received a one-
year membership to the Stu-
art/ Martin County Chamber
of Commerce.
Ms. Stacey,' who was
selected as the first-place
winner in the competition,
will graduate from high
school and receive her
associate in arts degree
from IRSC in May. Ms.
Stacey plans to pursue a
bachelor of applied science
degree in organizational
management program at
IRSC.


unions .sell' extended war-
ranties'-on cars that they
finance and may refer you to
dealers who agree not to
offer to sell you their,
extended warranty.
This is a potential conflict
of interest. I advise you to
get at least three competi-
tive prices from three deal-
ers, including the one that
your credit union referred
you to.
If you are accustorhed to
going through a broker to
buy your cars, I suggest that
on your next purchase, you
also get prices directly from
two other dealers;KCompare
those priceswvith vour bro-
ej don't pay him his fee unless
you buy the car through
him.


business administration.
from IRSC on May 8 and
plans to continue attending
IRSC to earn a bachelor's
degree in organizational


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However, if you needed it
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GREEN LIVING '09 Friday, April 3, 2009


Officials urge water conservation


By Jay Meisel
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ST. .,LUCIE COUNTY St. Lucie
County residents are being urgedto
conserve water during what might be a
record dry season.
At the end of January, the area had
only received just more than 2 inches of
rain.
That's the fourth-driest start to the
dry season since 1932, South Florida


Water Management District officials
say.
It's not surprising, said Lynette Tra-
bulsy, a spokeswoman for the district.
"Florida is a land of two extremes,"
she said. "We are either too wet or too
dry."
' During this part of the year, she said,
the area is clearly too.dry.
The level of Lake Okeechobee is-
dropping every day, and, "we are start-
ing to see the effects of our dry season,"


she said.
-Because of the situation, residents
are only allowed to water lawns twice a
week, and not between the hours of 10
a.m. and 4 p.m.
That would be the time when the
largest amount of water would evapo-
rate.
If this doesn't work, she said, the dis-
trict could impose stricter measures,
such as one-day-a-week watering.
"It is very important to stress water
conservation, so we don't have to resort
to those measures," Ms. Trabulsy said.
One danger of not conserving water,
she said, is that wells could suffer from
saltwater intrusion.
Conserving water is not only good for
the environment and water supply, it
also -lowers water bills, Ms. Trabulsy
said.
Some ways of saving water are obvi-
ous, she said, but many people don't
think of them.
Turn off water while brushing teeth,
use an aerator to clean the driveway
and cover the pool, to reduce evapora-
tion-
Some other conservation tips provid-
ed by the district are:
Don't over water your lawn, no more


than once a week in the winter or twice
.a week in the summer. A good rain
eliminates the need for.watering for up
to two weeks. Buy a rain gauge, or stop
by the Martin/St. Lucie Service Center
of the South Florida Water Manage-
ment District to get a free one. Most of
the year, lawns only need 1 inch of
water per week.
Plant it smart. Xeriscape landscap-
ing is a great way to design, install and
maintain both your plants and irriga-
tion system.
Water lawns during the early morn-
ing hours, when temperatures are low-
est, to reduce evaporation.
Position sprinklers so, water lands
on the lawn, not on paved areas.
Install irrigation devices that are the
most water efficient, such as micro and
drip irrigation and soaker hoses.
. Check sprinkler systems and timing
devices regularly to be sure they oper-
ate properly. The Martin & St. Lucie Soil
and Water Conservation Districts have
mobile irrigation labs that test sprinkler
systems for free. Call (772) 461-4546 in
St. Lucie County and (772) 221-1303 in
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Friday,Ari 3, 2009 GREEN LIVING '09


Frances Langford House gets 'green'. make over


By Samantha Joseph
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MARTIN COUNTY The land-
-mark Hutchinson Island .home
that once entertained Hollywood
stars, such as Jackie Gleason of
"The Honeymooners," is showing
that it continues to be fashion-
able .
The Frances Langford House,
once owned by the 1940s actress
and singer for whom it's named, is
following the trendiest homes in
"going green" or limitirig its drain
on the environment.
Florida Power and Light gave
the house a complete makeover in
February. making it a model of
ecd-friendliness on the Treasure
Coast...
Qld bulbs gave way to compact
fluorescent lights that can last for
nearly a decade and slash energy
costs.
A new meter allows the power
company to cut electricity con-
sumption in the house by auto-
matically shut off air-conditioning
and heating units that aren't being
used.
Programmable thermostats and


weather strips on doors and win-
dows help maintain the house's
internal temperature, aiding in
the cost-cutting effort.
"To make the Hutchinson
Island home energy-efficient,
teams of FPL energy.
experts.. .toured the site and laid
out the groundwork for a full
(makeover)," said spokeswoman
Paula Gomez.
The house's new owners, Phil
and Mary Greer, have taken the
idea a step further.
They've worked with local
designers to introduce several
natural elements to the house,
located at 1913 N.E. Ocean Blvd.
Cupboards, floors and counter-
parts are made with natural mate-
rial, and the house features .natu-
ral accessories, such as sea grass,
shells and coral.
Stuart-based designer Mary
Washer teamed with several other
local designers to turn the house
into showcase to benefit the Chil-
dren's Home Society's Youth Tran-
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Through a partnership with Florida Power & Light, the home of the late Frances Langford in
Jensen Beach is has been renovated to represent the model home of energy-saving efficiency.
Money raised for the showcase home benefited the Children's Home Society of the Treasure
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GREEN LIVING '09 Friday, April 3,2009


Local businesses follow


environmentally friendly practices


By Samantha Joseph
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MARTIN COUNTY Interior designer V.
Christine Golden sometimes makes controversial
suggestions to her clients.
Instead of cheaper carpet, for instance, she
might recommend a more expensive alternative
without harmful chemicals that will likely escape
into the air over time.
"What I try-to do is introduce more eco-
friendly or greep concepts," said Ms. Golden,
managindclirector of Interior Wisdom, a decorat-
ing consulting company serving Martin and Palm
Beach counties. ".But it's not as mainstream yet
as you would expect. People are still resistant to
it." .
She tries to convince her clients to purchase
reclaimed wood, refurbish old furniture or buy
from suppliers who are mindful of protecting the
environment. -
"I try to tell them that it only takes a few things
to make a home fresher and newer," she. said.
Ms. Golden is not alone in her efforts. She is
among a growing number of Martin County -
entrepreneurs who say taking care of the envi-
ronment is good business.


At Toyota of Stuart, discarded.oil from the
service operation goes to a recycling center to be
processed into reusable fuel.
All of dealership's aerosol cleaners are non-
chlorinated and aren't hazardous to humans,
animals or the soil, said owner John Pierson.
"It just makes good sense not to have people
getting sick," he said. "I want to take care of my
people and myland."
The dealership switched to low-voltage, high-
lumihescent bulbs.
The replacement lights are about 25 percent
more expensive and cost the dealership about
$32,000. However, they last up to twice years,
about twice as long as their predecessors and
consume less power.
- Thanks to the lighting switch, the company
saves about $1,000 each month on electricity
costs, Mr. Pierson said.
"So by the first year, [I'e pretty much broken
even," he said. "It's not just great for the environ"
ment, which is good reason enough, but it's good
business."
That's the idea Ms. Golden wants to communi-
cate to clients.
"A lot of the time it's a price issue. A lot of
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on, the wall surrounding the construction site adjacent to their school.


City using friendly fuel


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MARTIN COUNTY Viesel fuel is
helping the city of Stuart to go green.
The move is aimed at saving taxpayer
dollars, while reducing the city's car-
bon footprint.
City of Stuart officials have author-
ized the conversion of nine of the
city's 12 sanitation trucks to be fueled
by Viesel fuel, the vegetable oil-based
fuel manufactured in Stuart.
,"Increasingly, cities are seeking
ways of reducing their budgets while
being conscious of environmental
concerns," said Stu Lamb, founder of
Viesel fuel. "Converting the majority
of Stuart's sanitation fleet to burn a
less expensive and cleaner alternative
to fossil fuel just makes sense," said
Mr. Lamb.
For nearly a year, Stuart officials
have run a test vehicle converted to
burn Viesel fuel.
"The city has had very positive
results in reducing emissions, without
any problems whatsoever," said
Lamb.
The Viesel fuel in the test-bed sani-
tation truck is manufactured at a new
state-of-the-art recycling refinery


recently built in Stuart.
"The Viesel fuel factory has the
capacity to produce up to 10,000 gal-
lons of pure recycled bio fuel a day,"
said Mr. Lamb. "We are collecting
used frying oil from throughout south
Florida and turning it into a non-pol-
luting, green energy source."
Stuart officials estimate budget sav-
ings will be more than $12,000 each
year for the next two years, with
increased savings as the cost of con-
verting the fleet o~f sanitation trucks is
recovered. Greater savings are possi-
ble, should the cost of diesel fuel
increase in the future.
" "Converting to a clean, renewable
energy source while saving taxpayer
dollars was the right- thing to' do for
our citizens and the environment,"
said Mr. Lamb.
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GREEN LIVING '09 Friday, April 3,2009


Green artists


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Stuart Middle School students Max Rogers, 13, of Stuart, Dan
Meltons, 12, and Richard Borror, 12, both of Jensen Beach,
paint.a portion of the mural on the wall surrounding the
construction site beside their school with an environmental
'green' theme.


Outrigger
From page 4
construction designs were implemented, not
only to improve everyday living, but to save on
utilities and improve our homeowner's cost of
living as well," developer Jim Ladd said.
This development, with residences reflecting
Old-World style Mediterranean architecture, is
nestled along the western shores of the Indian
River. Finished in tones of pale spun sugar with"
persimmon accent, Outrigger Harbour perfectly
complements the neighboring homes in upscale
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Here, spacious maintenance-free residences,
ranging from 3,344 to 4,024 square feet are com-
plemented by the ultimate amenity a private,
deep-water protected marina with 26 slips for
vessels up to 70 feet in length. The current resi-
.dents at Outrigger Harbour enjoy all the space of
an estate home while enjoying a carefree boating
lifestyle. With no fixed drawbridges between
your home and the Atlantic, you're literally min-
utes away from the world-class fishing off of Stu-
art and just 60 miles from the Bahamas. It's a
boater's paradise!
"This is the only place in Martin County that
offers a spacious, luxurious residence with,
ocean-access, deep-water dockage," said Mr.
Ladd. "It is the perfect place for people who have
the freedomin to enjoy life and travel."
A riverside pool/cabana situated on a land-
scaped peninsula sits adjacent to the marina..
Just across the harbor, The Dolphin Bar & Grille is
a favorite of locals and visitors alike' It's the per-


fect spot for residents to gather at the end of the
day and enjoy the gentle breezes from the
Atlantic Ocean. The Intracoastal Waterway pro-
vides an ever-changing vista with dolphins play-
ing in the wakes of passing boats or sailboats
from the near-by sailingcenter tacking back to
port.
Lush landscaping and attention to architectur-
al detail make Outrigger Harbour a veritable par-
adise hideaway.
Outrigger homeowners Mitch and Judi Milesi
were also drawn to the self-sufficiency of the
property. r
"The hurricane-resistant impact glass and the
on-site, full-service generators ensure that Out-
rigger Harbour is well protected against the
forces of nature," Mr. Milesi said.
"We have grown hurricane-weary from dealing
without power for days on end, and now that
worry is gone. These homes are designed and
built to ensure the utmost comfort while we are
home and absolute .security when we are not.
With our busy travel schedules, I can't stress the
value we place in having that peace of mind."
Outrigger Harbour is also a pet-friendly com-
munity. When homeowners Steve and Cathy
Anderson decided to downsize and were looking
for their new home, this criteria was at the very
top of their "must have" list.
"Our Golden Retriever, Zack, is family if
Zack wasn't welcome; we weren't welcome!"
For more information, visit the office at 1405
N.E. Indian 'River Drive in Jensen Beach or go'
online to
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scious utilities throughout Florida.
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-ingredient of Viesel fuel, is supplied by
more than 300 environmentally-con-
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Conservation
From page 2
Raise the lawn mower blade to at
least 3 inches, or to its highest level. A
higher cut encourages grass roots to
grow deeper, shades the root system
and holds soil moisture.
SAvoid over fertilizing your lawn.
Applying fertilizer increases the need
for water. Apply fertilizers, which con-
tain slow-release, water insoluble
forms of nitrogen.
Use mulch to retain moisture in the
soil. Help preserve native cypress
forests by selecting other types of
mulch. such as treated melaleuca.
Plant native and/or drought-toler-
ant grasses, ground covers, shrubs and
trees. Once established, they don't need
'water as, frequently and usually will
survive a dry period without watering.
Use a broom or blower- instead of a
,hose to clean your driveway or side-
walk.
Use a shut-off nozzle on your hose.
When finished, turn it off at the faucet
instead of at the nozzle.
Do not leave sprinklers or- hoses
unattended. A hose can waste 600 gal-
lons or more in only a few hours.
Consider using a commercial car
-wash that recycles water. If you wash
your own car, park on the grass and use
a hose with an automatic shut-off noz-
zle.. "
Avoid installing ornamental water
features, i;uch as fountains), unless
they use recycled water.
Never pour water down the drain
when there may be another use for it.
Use it to water your indoor plants .or
garden.
Make sure your home is leak-free.
Check your water meter when you are
certain that no water is being used. If
the meter reading changes, you have a


Practices
From page 4
people are just going to their local
paint store and buying paint, without
considering fumes. Another brand
might be more expensive, but health-
ier in the long run. These are things
people don't think about," she said.
"They ask,how much it costs."
But the art, the interior designer
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leak.
Repair dripping faucets by, replac-
ing washers. One drop per second
wastes 2,700 gallons of water per year.
Retrofit all household faucets by
installing aerators with flow restrictors.
If the toilet handle frequently sticks
in the flush position, replace or adjust
it.
Install a toilet displacement device
to cut down on the amount of water
Needed for each flush. Consider low-
volume toilets, which use less than half
the water of older models.
Take shorter showers. Replace your
showerhead with an ultra-low-flow
version.
Place a bucket in the shower to
catch excess Water to water plants.
Operate automatic dishwashers
and washers only when they- are fully
loaded or set the water level for the size
of load you are using.
Store drinking.water in the refriger-
ator. Don't let the tap ruri while you are
waiting for water to cool. Also, don't
waste water, waiting for it' to get hot.
Capture it for other uses such as plant
watering or heat it on the stove or in a
microwave.
Do not use running water to thaw
meat or other frozen foods. Defrost
food overnight in the refrigerator, or
use the defrost setting on your-
microwave.
Kitchen sink disposals require lots
of water to operate properly. Start a
compost pile as an alternate method of
disposing of food waste. ,
Avoid flushing the toilet unneces-
sarily. Dispose-of tissues, insects and
other similar waste in the trash rather
than the toilet. .'
*Patronize businesses that practice
water conservation, -sUch as restau-
rants that only serve water upon
request or hotels that offer a linen
reuse program.'


says, is to find bargain buys to make
up for the investment in safer prod-
ucts.
Reupholstering used furniture, for
instance, is one option, as is switch-
ing to compact fluorescent light
bulbs to conserve energy.
"The whole green movement is an
education process. It's just not
something that people think about,"
she said. "But it's growing and
education is the key."


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One-man show
brings history to life
Actor and playwright
J.D. Sutton will present his
original one-man play,'
"William Bartram: Puc
Puggy's Travels in Florida,"
at the Blake Library, 2351
*S.E. Monterey Road, Stu-
art, on April 16 at 7 p.m.
In 1775, during the early
:days of the American Rev-
olution, naturalist William
Bartram set out for the
British colony of Florida.
After a four-year explo-
ration of Florida, the Car-
olinas and Georgia, Bar-
tram published an
account of his adventures.
Today, "Bartram's Trav-
els" is considered a classic,
detailing the life of Native
American cultures and
land largely untouched by
Europeans'
J.D. Sutton is a frequent
visitor to the Blake,
appearing last season as
Thomas Jefferson. He is a
member of Actors Equity,
the Screen Actors Guild
and the American Federa-
tion of Television and
Radio Artists.
The event is free and
tickets are not required.
Call (772) 221-1403.

Local kids perform
Singers and dancers
from grades 6-12 will com-
pete in a version of "Amer-
ican Idol" at Tradition on
. pril 4 in a fundraiserfor
the Association of Realtors
of St. Lucie County's Foun-
dation for Attainable
Housing.
The event runs from 11
a.m.-7 p.m. and there is no
charge, Money to fund
grants to help people pur-
chase homes will be raised
through sponsors and ven-
dors.
/ Come eand bring, the
kids. There will be face
painting, henna tattoos'
and a bounce house.
Call Kathy at (772) 370-
5284 for more information.

Film series at library
The Fort Pierce Branch
ibrar\, located at 101
lelody Lane, is offering
matinees with the theme
TIThe Pa-t and.the Future."
On April 8, "Fried Green
Tomatoes," with Kathy
bites and Jessica Tandy,
will be shown.
April 15 brings "Forever
Young," with Mel Gibson
and Isabel Glasser.

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Theatrical Tupperware party comes to Lyric


By Shelley Koppel
Entertainment writer
STUART You've never seen a
Tupperware party quite like this one.
Dixie Longate is coming to town and
she's got her burpable kitchenware
with her.
Dixie's Tupperware Party is theater
masquerading as. a Tupperware
party,' or maybe it's the other way
around.
You can decide when she brings
her show to the Lyric Theatre from
April 14-18. She spoke recently by
phone about how Tupperware has
changed her life.
As the story goes, Dixie began sell-
ing Tupperware in Mobile, Ala., in
2001 to support her three children,
Wynonna, Dwayne and Absorbine Jr.
Three times a widow, she needed the
money to pay for indoor plumbing in
her double-wide. It was a natural.
evolution to take her local parties on
the road, touring the country.
"I just like being in front of people
and being the life of the party," she
said. "It's so much fun doing Tupper-
ware. It's fun getting up and talking
about it. I want to share and be
social.
"I drink a little, because it is a party,
but I've only fallen three or four times
and I didn't break anything or fall on
anyone's lap. I represent the compa:
ny, so I try to put on a good show."
Dixie begins her shows by meeting
with the audience and everyone
receives a catalogue and order form.
On stage, she demonstrates uses
for the products that you might not
have considered before, especially
with children in the house. She also
encourages the audience to get
involved in the fun.
Dixie, who has been compared to


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Dixie Longate brings her one-woman show/Tupperware party to the Lyric
Theatre on April 4-18.


Dame Edna Everage, premiered her
show at the '2004 New York Interna-
tional Fringe Festival and had a suc-
cessful off-Broadway run at the .Ars
Nova Theatre.
The show was nominated for a
Drama Desk award for outstanding
solo performance in for the 2007-08
season. However, she knows that her
earthy approach is not for everyone.
"Sometimes people get bent out of
shape at a turn of phrase," she said.
"I'm just saying it my own way. Peo-
ple sometimes go, 'my stars, it's not
my cup of tea.' I say I'm not keeping
them strapped to the seats."'


Dixie, who remains one of Tupper-
ware's top sellers, sees no end in
sight.
"I'm so used to doing it and I like it
so much," she said. "I'm out of debt
and paying down my trailer. It makes
me happy and it makes other people
happy."
Dixie's Tupperware Party comes to
the Lyric Theatre, 59 S. W Flagler Ave.,
Stuart, on April 14-18. Performances
are April 14-17 at 7 p.m. andApril 16
and 18 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $30 and
$25. Call the box office '(772) 286-7827
or visit the Web site, www.lyricthe-
atre.com. Contains adult material.


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SATURDAY, APRIL 4
*" Barrage, the high-energy fiddle
fest, returns to the Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W.
Flagler Ave., Stuart. Performances are
April 4 at 3 and 7 p.m. and April 6-8 at
7 p.m. Tickets are $42 and $37. Call the
box office at (772) 286-7827 or order
online at vvvww.lyrictheatre.com.

SUNDAY, APRIL 5
"The Jungle Book," a family musi-
cal, comes to the Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W.
Flagler Ave., Stuart. Performances are at
2 and 4 p.m.'Tickets are $15. Call the
box office at (772) 286-7827 or order
online at www.lyrictheatre.com.

BARS AND CLUBS

FRIDAY, APRIL 3
Conchy Joe's Seafood, 3945 N.E.
Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach, Reg-
gae by Rainfall, Friday and Saturday, 8
p.m. to midnight. (77s) 334-1130.
Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E. Jensen
Beach Blvd., Jensen Beach, Call for per-
formers. 8 p.m.-midnight. (772) 225-,
3444;
Finz Waterfront Grille, 4290 S.E.
Salerno Road, Port Salerno. Call for per-
formers. 9 p.m. to midnight. (772) 283,


1929
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.
The Stern House, 4110 SE.Salerno
Road, Port Salerno, Jazz Express, 7-10
p.m. (772) 463-1166.

SATURDAY, APRIL 4
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 per-
formers, 7:30-11:30 p.m. (772) 225-
3444.
Finz Waterfront Grille, 4290 S.E.
Salerno Road, Port Salerno. Call for per-
formers, 9 p.m.-midnight. (772) 283-
1929.
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

SUNDAY, APRIL 5
Conchy Joe's Seafood; 3945 N.E.
Indian River Drive, in Jensen Beach.
Reggae by Rainfall, 7-10 p.m. (772)
334-1130.
Finz Waterfront Grille, 4290 S.E.


Salerno Road, Port Salerno, Island
Sounds of Delroy Young, 2-6 p.m. (172)
283-1929
Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E. Bayview St.,
Stua'rt, Reggae with Frenz, 2-6 p.m.
(772) 223-5048.
Wahoo's on the Waterfront, 400
N.W. Alice Ave., Stuart, features various
classic rock bands from 4:30-8:30 p.m.
(772) 692-2333.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8
Finz Waterfront Grille, 4290 S.E.
Salerno Road, Port Salerno, Open mic
night, 8:30-11 p.m. (772) 283-1929
Wahoo's on the Waterfront, 400
N.W. Alice Ave., Stuart, various solo
artists, 6-9:30 p.m. (772) 692-2333.

THURSDAY, APRIL 9
Conchy Joe's Seafood, 3945 N.E.
Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach fea-
-tures Reggae 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) 283-192.9

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Aries-March 21-April 19
You are well known for dar-
ing to dream big dreams and
then being bold enough to
act on and .create them.
Why? Not only is it your time
of the year, but you climb up
the higher slopes of 'life
because of your lofty think-
ing, strength and courage.
You are able to survey all
things around you and then
pick and choose the ones
you love the best. This is one
of the main reasons why you
are such a great leader.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Venus in Taurus gives you an
edge in the heart depart-
ment this week. Your motiva-
tion is fueled by the desires
living in your heart for a bet-
ter life. No one is more hard
working and determined
than Taurus. When you set
your plans into motion you
are capable of performing
miracles. Why? Because you
never quit or give up until
you, victory is assured. You
are an inspiration to others
even if they don't always tell
you. ,

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Working the divine, plan liv-
ing in your soul continues to
bring you. mastery over life.
You know how to communi-
cate and manifest in that
order. The funny thing is that
:physical rewards don't bring
you as much satisfaction
,nowadays as much as the
spiritual. These are respect,
love, honor and human dig-
nity. Living a quality life is
more important to you now
than quantity. You are creat-
ing an awesome life. '

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Don't fret over life's recent
struggles. This is just life's
ebb and flow. The secret to
balance is to work harder
when things are flowing and
increasing. Then hold back
when they are ebbing. Being
in the flow of monthy cycles
of energy is just as important
as finding daily balance. Fol-
low your heart, trust your
instincts and use the natural
rhythms of life to enhance
and bring you your well-
earned and deserved good.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Measure the quality of your
life by the joy you feel in y6ur
heart. You were born to rule
by being of service to others.
You are at your best when
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you are able to help some-
one else find the answer to
their life challenge. Everyone
gains strength from your light
and presence. It keeps your
family bonds strong. It gives
you much personal power in
the workplace. You are a
well-loved and trusted friend.
The universe wants to reward
you for all this goodness.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 22
The moon in Virgo this week
.gives you an edge in emo-
tional power. Keep your heart
open and listen to your inner
guidance. The wisdom that
comes up is the greatest
truth you.can have on earth.
Have faith in it, learn to trust
it, surrender and wait. Before
long, the right ideas begin to
pop into the mind from this
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Libra-Sept. 23-OcL 22
Find joy and good cheer in
the little things. Laugh a lot.
Hang around with positive-
minded people who let you
be yourself. Tell someone a.
joke and make her laugh.
Poke a little good-natured
fun at yourself. Others love to
laugh at our foibles. It's a
good part of being healthy
and human. It keeps our self-
righteousness and ego in
check when we poke a little
fun at ourselves. Make some-
one else laugh and it cheers
you up. True happiness in life
is just that simple.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
When you arise each day,
take stock of your many
blessings and express grati-
tude. Then know that more
positive good is on the way
to add to this. This attitude.of
positive expectancy then rubs
off on others and causes
them to want to help you get
what you want. Then be gen-
erous and share your new
blessings. This is a wonderful
way to live and keeps you on
the cutting edge of many


new and wonderful adven-
tures as you travel the rivers
and roads of life.
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You function best when you
feel inspired. Here is one to
affirm every day. "The uni-
verse is my source of life.
Each day begins anew. My
job is to share and honor it to
many or to few. I ask for wis-
dom, love and courage with
each new passing day. Let
me help someone with a
greater burden somewhere
along the way. In the giving I
receive back multiplied. With
this possibility my life is justi-
fied. .Mine is a great life and I
am thankful."
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Ask the universe for new
direction and be open to new
ideas when they come. Feel
yourself in perfect health, sur-
rounded by happy people,
with all your needs being met
right now. Allow yourself to
receive back for all the good
you have given to others. The
safety, peace and joy of this,
fills you with a youthful inner
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going no matter what else J?
happening in the world.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18 T
Mars in Aquarius gives youf
the courage to stand up foiL
what you truly believe. Your
sense of justice is legion. Na,,
matter what is going on: .
around you, you always,
know how to do the righyr
thing. Continue to expect th-t
unexpected. Create nevw
causes. Push forward. lt'f,
springtime. Plant new seeds
and expect positive result&t,
Your dynamic leadership con 70
tinually goes out to other,I
like a light, and gives hope tp,
those in need. Now you arg :,
at your best. v.IT
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20 ,
Mighty forces are at wo rp
right now. Mercury in Pisces
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making powers and gives,,
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Traditional Italian Easter pies


Hello smart shoppers,
hope you had a good
week.
Please note, some of this
week's recipes contain
Crisco. It has been around
since 1911. Before that time,
laid (pork fat) was used.
Today's Crisco has no trans-
fat 'whether you purchase
the blue or green label.
Easter is coming! Today's
column will give you recipes
for'very old, traditional
Italian Easter pies. If it
w6&en't for the requests I
have received, I would
never have thought to print
them. They're time consum-
ing but with some, tradition
is tradition.
Pizza rustica is a spicy
meat pie. I will give you a
family recipe and another
from a friend.
Ricotta pie is a sweet,
cheesecake-like dessert
that's not too hard to make
with a sweet cookie crust. It
requires the optional
addition of candied diced
orange and citron. I always
thought citron meant all
kiiinds of candied citrus,
didn't you?
I went to my World Book
encyclopedia. The citron
tree, native to Asia, bears a
grapefruit-size lemon-like
fruit with a thick rind. The
fruit is considered inedible,
but the aromatic rind is
candied and used in baking.
While reading this
information, I remembered
a huge tree my parents had
in'Boynton Beach. It was
there when they bought the
house and we could never
uriderstancwhy anyone
would plant such a strange
tr6e with inedible fruit.
Noticing the tree, an \
Asian family knocked on
mom's door and asked if
they could buy the fruit.
Mom told them to help
themselves, but they
insisted on paying. Twenty-
five:cents apiece seemed
fair 'and they picked several.
A few dayshlaterah i
more friends appealed and
as the tree was getingf'bare,
the price went up to 75
cents each. When I finally
learned what citron was I
put two and two together;
mon and dad had a citron
tree.
S'ee you neit week.

PIZZA RUSTIC
NO. I (NIB)
ounces each of Genoa
salami, Prosciutto (Italian
ham), boiledham and hot
tried salami or pepperoni
1 eggs
1 cup grated parmesan or
F omano cheese
11/4-cup coarse ground
black pepper ,
ne 15-ounce container
ricotta cheese
u can cut the heat by
usg sweet, dried salami
reducing the pepper. Do
nd'ahdd salt, the meat is
sa.
C3ut meat in small pieces
or.f in slices, set aside. Beat
to their remaining ingredi-
er. Add.meat, blend well.
ipie crust into a 9-inch

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"Austin Powers: Interna-
tional Man of Mystery,"
with Mike Myers and Eliza-
beth Hurley is on tap for
April 22.
On April 29, "Thicker
than Water," with Melissa
Gilbert and Brian Wimmer,
will be shown.
All movies begin at 2
p.m. and are free.
Call (772) 462-2787 for
more information.

. Lyric offers series
The final offering in the
Lyric Theatre's nostalgia
series, Tommy Tune and
the Manhattan Rhythm
Kings, was a wonderful
night of song, dance and
stories. Tommy Tune hasn't
lost a step and the audi-
ence that has loved him for
50 years loved him some
more.
Tickets for the 2009-10
nostalgia series are already
on sale. The five shows fea-
ture a wide range of musi-
cal memories.
On Nov. 9, American Big
Band, with 20 singers,
dancers and musicians,
offers the sounds of Duke
Ellington, Benny Goodman
and Glenn Miller.
Dec. 21 brings the
Kingston Trio celebrating
Christmas.


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Terry Myers Orchestra,
presents a tribute to Benny;
Goodman and the
Andrews Sisters on Jan. 13.
Singer Julie Budd pres-
ents a musical tribute to
Dorothy Fields called "I'm'
in the Mood for Love," on'
Feb. 6.
The Irish Rovers wind up
the series on Feb. 13.
Tickets for the series are
$150. Subscribers are guar-
anteed the same seats. for
all performances.
Tickets for individual
events go on sale on
Memorial Day.
John Loesser, executive
director of the Lyric,
always has surprises for a
new season, but he is
revealing that Lily Tomlin
and Mel Tillis are among,
the names who'll come to,
Stuart in 2009-10.
To subscribe, call the box
office at (772) 286-7827 or,
order online at
www.lyrictheatre.com.

Celebrate national
library week
National library week is
April 12-18, and the Mar-
tin County Library System
has programs to celebrate
the event.
Among the events is a
kite demonstration and
kite-building session at
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From page 83
dough sticks to your fingers.
Roll out on pastry board and
fit into baking dish.

PIZZA RUSTICA
NO. 2 (NIB)
1 stick pepperoni
1/2-pound each of ham
and Italian sausage
4 raw eggs
1 cup ricotta cheese
1/4-cup grated Romano
cheese
S1/4-teaspoon black
pepper
8 ounces mozzarella,
cubed
8 hard-boiled eggs, cut up

Cut meats into small
pieces or slices. Remove
sausage from casing; brown
it lightly, drain; set aside.
Beat raw eggs with ricotta,
Romano cheese and pepper.


Scene
From page B4
the Elisabeth Lahti
Library; a special family
story time at the Robert
Morgade Library; J.D. Sut-
ton's one-man play about
William Bartram and a
creative writing workshop
for middle school students
at the Blake Library.
Donna Tunsoy, director


Add meats, mozzarella
and hard boiled eggs. Refer
to recipe No. 1 to finish pie.

RICOTTA PIE
(TORTA DI RICOTTA)
Pastry:
1 cup flour
1/2-cup sugar
Pinch of salt
1/4-teaspoon grated
lemon rind
1 stick butter, room
temperature
1 egg yolk, beaten
Water, as needed
Sift together dry ingredi-
ents, add rind. With a pastry
blender, work butter into
flour until it resembles
coarse crumbs. Blend, in the
egg and add water by
droplets until pastry can be
worked into a ball. Cover
with plastic and refrigerate
for one hour.
Roll out pastry and fit into
a 9-inch pie pan. Flute


of the Martin County
Library System, stressed
the importance of libraries
in the lives of those they
serve.
"Every day, libraries in
big cities and small town,
colleges and universities,
in schools and businesses,
help transform their com-
munities," she said.
For more information
about the programs, pick
up the library newsletter at


edges.

Filling:
One 15-ounce container
of ricotta cheese
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1/2-teaspoon grated
lemon rind
2 egg yolks x,
2 tablespoons golden
raisins
2 tablespoons pine nuts
Diced orange and citron
peel (optional)
Confectioner's sugar

Beat ricotta with half of
the sugar and the whole egg
until smooth. Add lemon
rind. Add remaining sugar
and egg yolks, beating until
well blended. Add the
raisins, nuts and candied
fruit. Pour into prepared pie
shell and bake at 350 for
approximately 30 minutes.
Serve cold, dusted with
confectioner's sugar.


any branch, call (772) 221-
1403 or visit the Web site
www.library.martin.fl.us.

Comedy club
seeks new venue
Groucho's Comedy Club
is looking for a new site.
The club recently finished
a run at the Crab House,
but is looking for a new
permanent home.


I am available for talks
from south Vero to Hobe
Sound, call (772) 465-5656.
When a recipe is not in my
cookbook it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
For an autographed cook-
book, "Romancing the Stove
with the Grammy Guru,"
send $17.50 instead of
$19.50. For multiple books
sent to one address, add $2
postage for each additional
book ($15 plus $2.00). Send
to: Arlene M. Borg, 265 SW
Port St. Lucie Blvd, No. 149,
Port St. Lucie, FL 34984.
Check, money order, Visa,
Master Card or Paypal
accepted, or visit Borders in
the Treasure Coast Square
Mall in Jensen Beach or the
Vero Book Center in Vero
Beach.
Visit my Web site at
www.romancingthestove.ne
t. or e-mail me at
arlene@romanc-
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Groucho's will have a
special one-night show on
April 11 at the Florida Club
in Stuart. Ventriloquist
Peter Hefty and Justin and
comic/magician Mark Alan
will perform. Seating is
limited. Call (772) 287-
8880, Ext. 31 for reserva-
tions.
For more information
about Groucho's or for pri-
vate party bookings, call
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Hospital

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technology
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Martin Memoriaj will host the
third-annual Associates with
Heart golf and dinner gala on
April 18 at Willoughby Golf Club
in Stuart.
Golf begins with a shotgun start
at 1 p.m., with the dinner gala
kicking off at .6:30 p.m. The event
| will feature a golf ball drop, music,
silent auction, raffle prizes and
more.
The price for golf and dinner is
S$100 for associates, $125 for
golfers not employed by the
j health system. Non-golfers can
still participate by attending the"
dinner gala. Tickets for the dinner
gala alone are available for $50 for


Photo courtesy of Martin Memorial Hospital
Associates with the Heart Golf Tournament Committee, from left; David Moore, Phyllis Dumais, Kim Brisky
(co-chairwoman), Diana Nolan (co-chairwoman), Jackie Ottaviani, Dawn Schafer, Maureen Robertson and
Jeremy Saari. To register, call (772) 223-2885.


associates, $75 for non-associates. counties, so we know how impor-
"There are nearly 2,900 Martin tant it is to ensure the health sys-
Memorial associates who live and tem has access to sophisticated
work in Martin and St. Lucie technologies," said Kim. Brisky,'


event co-chairwoman. "Every day,
our associates see first hand the
See HOSPITAL, B9


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anglers
For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-
The Jensen Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce will host
the fourth annual Frances
Langford Memorial Fishing
Tournament, May 1 and 2.
The tournament will
award more than $65,000.
in cash and prizes. The
home site of the tourna-
ment will be the Four Fish
Marina on Indian River
Drive in Jensen Beach.
See FISHING, B9


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Obituaries


Vada C. Ziegler
Vada C. Ziegler, 95, of Stu-
art, died March 13, 2009.
She was born in New
Brunswick, N.J., and lived in
Stuart for one year.
She was a volunteer at the
food bank in Algona, Wash.,
and received a presidential
.volunteer award.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
William and Elizabeth and
her husband, Adam.


She is survived by a
daughter, Audrey; a son,
Adam; five grandchildren
and four great-grandchil-
dren.
Donations may be made to
Treasure Coast Hospice 1201
S.E. Indian St., Stuart, FL
34997. Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home.
Ruth 'Billie' Stresau
Ruth"Billie" Stresau, 90, of
Jensen Beach, died Feb. 25,
2009.,


She was born in
Rochester, N.Y., and lived in
Jensen Beach for 39 years.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Leon
and Eva; a daughter,
Suzanne; ex-husband, Red;
and husband, Frederick.
She is survived by two
daughters, Barbara and
Wini; two sons, Neal and
Shepard; two stepsons:
Frederick and Michael and
17 grandchildren
Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home.


Virginia E. Lawson
Virginia E. Lawson, 86, of
Port Salerno, died March 13,
2009.
She was born in New
Haven, N.Y, and lived in
Stuart for 59 years.
She was a machinist for
Grumman Aerospace in Stu-
art, and a member of the
VFW Auxiliary in Hobe
Sound.
She is survived by several
nieces and nephews.


She was preceded in
death by her husband, Earl.
Contributions may be
made to the Treasure Coast
Hospice, 11201 S.E. Indian St.,
Stuart, FL 34997. Arrange-
ments by Forest Hills Funeral
Homes Palm City Chapel.
Beatrice Evelyn
Stapleton
Beatrice Evelyn Staple-
ton, 70, of Stuart, died Feb.
19, 2009.


She was born in San Fran-
cisco and lived in Stuart for
nine years.
She was the director of
communications for Star
Shipping in San Francisco.
She was a member of the
Martin County Artist Asso-
ciation, the Log Cabin sen-
ior center, and an avid sup-
porter of the Blake Library.
She was the preceded in
death by her parents,
Charles and Beatrice.
See OBITUARIES, B8


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Obituaries
From page B7
She is survived by many
cousins in California.
Donations may be direct-
ed to the. Martin County
Humane Society, 2585 S.E.
Federal Highway, Stuart, FL
34994. Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home.

Connie Joyce
Buchanan
Connie Joyce Buchanan,
50, of Jensen Beach, died
March 13, 2009.
She was born in Clinton,
Ind., and lived in Jensen


Beach for 25 years.
She is survived by her
father, Harold; her fiance,
Dale; a son, Connor; a
daughter, Annmarie; a sis-
ter, Penny and a brother,
Keith.
She was preceded in
death by her mother, Joyce.
Memorial donations may
be made to Treasure Coast
-Hospice, 1201 S.E. Indian St.,
Stuart, FL 34997. Arrange-
ments by All County Funeral
Home.
Alfonse Lanni
Alfonse Lanni, 87, of Palm
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MARTIN COUNTY -
Martin County employees
are sponsoring a food drive
on behalf of House of Hope
through April 17.
The public is invited to
join in the drive, by bring-
ing nonperishable food to
bins located in government
office offices throughout
the county, such as the
administration building,
the sheriff's office, clerk of
courts, property appraiser,
tax collector and supervisor
of elections.
The drive was launched
March 17 with a proclama-
tion by the Board of County
Commissioners. The
proclamation congratulat-
ed House of Hope on its
25th year of service to Mar-
tin County residents in
need.
Nicki van Vonno, director
of the county's growth man-
agement department, fol-


Fishing
From page B6

The tournament is a
tribute to the memory of
Frances Langford, an
international film and radio
celebrity and Jensen Beach
resident, who was well-
known for her charity and
community work.
The tournament features
both offshore and inshore
divisions and is open to all
anglers. The one-day
tournament will be held on
May 2 from 6:30 a.m.-6
p.m.
The event will also
include an array of family-
friendly events, plenty of
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lowed the proclamation by
announcing the county's
food drive.
House of Hope is the
largest provider of food to
the hungry in Martin Coun-
ty.
In 2008 the agency gave
out more than 126 tons of
food, the equivalent of
more than 296,000 meals.
One-third of this amount
feeds hungry children.
The county employee
drive comes in response to
a huge increase in need:
calls for food assistance at
House of Hope in the first
two months of 2009 were
double the requests in Jan-
uary and February of 2008.
Basic, non-perishable
items are'needed, including
canned vegetables, soups,
beans, fruit, fish, meat and
chili, as well as pasta, rice,
potatoes and macaroni and
cheese.
For more information,
call (772) 286-4673, or visit
www.hohmartin.org.


weigh-in activities. Satur-
day's weigh-in will be held
from 3-6 p.m.
Weigh-in is when the
tournaments fisherman
present their prize catches
on stage to tournament
officials to be weighed.,
The offshore division will
include cash and prize
award categories for the
largest kingfish, dolphin
and wahoo, and in the
bottom fish category, prizes
will go to the angler whose
catch-weighs the highest
aggregate weight for cobia,
grouper and red snapper.
The inshore division
participants can fish from a
boat or from shore and will
include cash and prize
awards for the largest
snook, redfish and trout.


Photo courtesy of House of Hope
Patrick Slattery, right, House of Hope executive director,
accepts a proclamation from Susan Valliere, Martin Coun-
ty Commission chairwoman.


Both the offshore and
inshore divisions will award
the top lady, junior and
senior anglers for their
efforts.
The Frances Langford
Memorial Fishing Tourna-
ment perpetual trophy will
be presented.to a team or
angler selected by the
tournament committee for
their overall accomplish-
ments during the tourna-
ment.
The tournament is *
sanctioned by the South-
ern Kingfish Association
and will once again host a
pro division tournament
on May 1, also held at the
Four Fish Marina.
Pro anglers will compete
in the Jensen Beach


tournament, which is the
second of five tournaments
in the association's pro
division. The pro division
weigh-in will be held May 1
from 3-5 p.m.
Tournament entry forms
can be downloaded online
at www.langfordska.com or
can be picked up at the *
Jensen Beach Chamber of.
Commerce, 1900 N.E.
Ricou Terrace, Jensen
Beach, Snook-Nook Bait
and Tackle, 3595 N.E.
Indian River Drive, Jensen
Beach and at the Four Fish
Marina. Sponsor opportu-
.nities are also available.
All event activities will be
held at the Four Fish
Marina. Admission is free
and open to the public.


Hospital
From page B6
difference it can make."
Proceeds from the
event go toward the pur-
chase of the Arctic Sun
temperature manage-
ment systems for Martin
Memorial Medical Cen-
ter and Martin Memorial
Hospital South emer-
gency departments.
Patient temperature
control/hypothermia
therapy is a promising
new treatment for limit-
ing neurological damage
in a wide range of criti-
cally ill patients by low-
ering their body temper-
atures. The treatment is
becoming the standard
, of care in many hospitals
throughout the, United
States and using these
vests could be beneficial
to patient outcomes in
Martin Memorial's
emergency departments.
"This new technology
could make a tremen-
dous difference in the
lives of patients who
come to our emergency
departments," said
Diana Nolan, event co-
chairwoman. "The Asso-
ciates with Heart event is
a great opportunity to
help the community,


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FRIDAY, APRIL 10
The National Acrobats of China come to
the Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart at
4 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $45 and $40. Call the


box office at (772) 286-7827 or order online
at www.lyrictheatre.com.
THURSDAY, APRIL 16
J.D Sutton presents his one-man show,
"William Bartram: Puc Puddy's Travels in Flori-
da," about the naturalist and explorer William
Bartram, at the Blake Library, 2351. S.E. Mon-
terey Road, Stuart, at 7 p.m. Call (772) 221-
1403.


THURSDAY, APRIL 16 -
SATURDAY, APRIL 18
"Around the World in Eighty Minutes," a
salute to the world's music, will be presented
by IRSC's instrumental music division at the
McAlpin Fine Arts Center, 3208 Virginia Ave.,
Fort Pierce. Performances are April 16-18 at 8
p.m. and April 18 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12.
Call the box office at (800) 220-9915.


ONGOING EVENTS
Jammin' Jensen every Thursday from 6-9
p.m., weather permitting, at downtown Jensen
Beach. Food, music and vendors. For more
information, call (772) 334-3444.
Retro Swing, Lindy Hop, West Coast
Swing dance party from 7:30-11 p.m. every
Saturday at South Florida Swing Dance Produc-
tions, 881 N.E. Jensen Beach Blvd. $7 admis-
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price fluctuations as
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notice them at all.
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its rock-bottom low again
until the 12-week cycle is
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REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH & SCHOOL
2450 SE OCEAN BLVD. STUART, FL 34996
\V\'WX\.RedeemerStuart.com
"2-286-0911
PALM SUNDAY April 5th
In Memorial Park nextt to Martin Co. Courthouse)
8:30am Worship Followed by food & fun
11:00am Traditiona] Service at the Church

MAUNDY THURSDAY April 9th
Service Times 12:00pm & ":00pm

GOOD FRIDAY April 10th
Service Times 12:00pm & ":00pm


S EASTER SUNDAY April 12th
6:30am. 8:30am & I 1:00am
Breakfast will be served from ":30am to 10:30am C
S, Sponsored by Redeemer Youth Groups


Immanuel
Lutheran Church i
265 SW Immanuel Drive Palm City
(Church located on Martin Downs Blvd)
772-287-8188


PALM SUNDAY AND
EASTER SERVICES
Saturday 6:00 pm
S, Sunday 8.00 am., -...
9:15 ain and 11.15 am
Special Easter Sunrise Service.
will be added at 7:00 am
Palm Sunday
will feature a Procession with
Palms prior to each service
In addition there will be a
Good Friday Service on
April 10* featuring the
Chancel 'Choir Cantata of
."The Crucifixion" at 7:00 pm


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204 US Highway One
Tequesta, FL 33469

tSaim Sunday
'igil Masse Saturday, April 4th at 4:30 p.m.
S4mday Masses: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m.,
e: 12noon and 5:30 p.m.
Sn Blessing of the Palms and Distribution after all the Masses


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Wednesday, April 8th
After the 8:30 a.m. and Noon Masses
. Wednesday, April 8th there will be a Lenten
Reconciliation Service from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and
at 7 p.m. in the Church

Mass of the Lord's Supper will be at 7 p.m.
The Blessed Sacrament will be at the Altar of
Repose in the Chapel for Adoration until
Midnight


Saturday, April 11th at 8.p.m.
(There will be no 4:30 p.m. Mass)
Masses will be 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m.,
10:30 a.m., & Noon
There will be no 5:30 p.m. Mass)


Hobe Sound
Community Presbyterian Church
"A Traditional Church with Traditional Services"
Rev. "Chip" Falcone, Pastor
Palm Sunday April 5th
(Doverspike Call for Location)
Sunrise Service 7:00 AM
Worship Service 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM
Maundy Thursday April 9thk
R" : & Bread 6:00 PM;,;::; -:7
service 7:00 PM
Easter Sunday April 12th
Courtyard Service 7:00 AM
Worship Service 8:30 AM
SUNDAY SCHOOL AND
EASTER EGG HUNT 9:30 AM
Worship Service 10:30 AM c
"Nursery Provided 8:30 and 10:30 all Sunday" s
11933 SE Juno Crescent
772-546-5043


The Church of The Holy Comforter
International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church
Worship Address
Stuart Alliance Church
445 SE Osecola Street, Stuart, FL 34994
For Information call (772) 463-7547



Sunday April 5th 2:00 pm
Blessing of the Palms. Procession
m into the Sanctuary, Holy Eucharist


EPISCOPAL CHURCH
OF THE AVENT
772-283-6221
Palm Sunday April 5th
8:00 a.m. & 10:00 a.m.
Maundy Thursday April 9th,
7:00 p.m. ;
Good Friday April 10th 'D
12:00 p.m. lunchl 1:00 p.m. (Meditation)
2:00 p.m. (Statins of the Cross)
3:00 p.m. (Service)
Easter Sunday April 12th
8:00 am & 10:00 a.m.
4885 SW Honey Terrace, Palm City
5 Min. from Martin Downs Blvd. Martin Hwy West 1 mile
to Citrus Blvd. 3/4 mile South on Citrus Blvd. ,


HOLY WEEK & EASTER
at
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Cove Road at A1A, Port Salerno
(772-286-5455)
website: www.stlukesflor-

HOLY WEEK
-1 Palm Sunday, Apr. 5th
S8 & 10 am Choral Presentation with
Eucharist "The Weeping Tree"
Maundy Thursday Service, Apr. 9th
7 pm Foot Washing & Holy Eucharist
8 pm 7 am Garden Vigil
Good Friday, Apr. 10th
7 am & 12:15 pm Stations of the Cross
& Holy Eucharist
7 pm Choral Presentation
"Footprints in the Sand"
Holy Saturday, Apr. 11th
10 am'- Service
EASTER, Apr. 12th
6 am The Great Vigil of Easter
10 am Second Eucharist of Easter
and East Egg Hunt


Thursday Communion Service
-April 9 at 7 PM in the Family Center

The Wonder of the Cross Musical
April 10 at 7 PM in the Family Center

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Saturday, April 11 at 9 AM in the Family Center

Easter Worship Celebrations 8
April 11 6:30 PM
April 12- 9 & 11 AM
Continental Breakfast"under the tent" after Sunday services!


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Wednesday April 8th
7:00 pm Ancient Tenebrae Service

Thursday April 9th 7:00 pm
Maundy Thursday Service with
Foot washing followed by simple supper

Friday April 10th 1:00 pm
Stations of the Cross
Holy Eucharist from reserved sacrament


Good Friday, Stations of the Cross at 2 p.m. in the Church
'April 10th Liturgical Service at 3 p.m. in the Church


Easter Vigil Mas
April lth
Easter Sunday,
April 12th


SMARY'S
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Holy Week Reaching out with Love"

Palm Sunday April 5, 2009
LITURGY OF THE PALMS AND HOLY EUCHARIST
5:00 pm Saturday -- 7:30, 9:00 & 11:00 am Sunday
CONTEMPORARY SERVICE WITH PASSION PLAY IN
THE PITTENGER LIFE CENTER 9:00 am
Maundy Thursday April 9, 2009
HOLY EUCHARIST 10:00 am
HOLY EUCHARIST AND FOOT WASHING 7:00 pm
Good Friday April 10, 2009
GOOD FRIDAY LITURGY 10:00 am & 6:00 pm
7 LAST WORDS OF CHRIST FROM THE CROSS
WITH SPECIAL MUSIC 12:00 3:00 pm
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
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Obituaries
From page B8
Association.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Isadore and
Bessie and a son, Alan.
He is survived by two
daughters, Cheyenne and
Davia and one grandchild.
Arrangements by All


County Funeral Home.

Thomas M. Staton
Thomas M. Staton, 64, of
Jensen Beach, died March
12, 2009.
He was born in Rich-
mond, Va., and lived in
Jensen Beach for 30 years.
He served in the U.S. Navy.


during the Vietnam War.
He is survived by his wife
of 34 years, Dale; two sons
Lynn and Michael; three
stepsons, Larry, Randy and
Chris; a stepdaughter, Sher-
ri; a sister, Ruth Ann; one
grandchild and six step-
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Joseph and
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Private clubs often work
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Friday. Weekends and.
holidays are also included,
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restrictions. With carts fees
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GOLF
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STAMMER


several of these courses and
can vouch for how fantastic
they are. One thing that I
will say is that you will not
get tired of playing any of
these courses. There is great
variety between the courses.
Each features its own
different design style and
each can play quite differ-
ently since each course
superintendent has a
unique way of doing things.
Hammock Creek,
designed by Jack Nicklaus
and his son, Jack Nicklaus II,
is my home course and I will
tell you that it is my favorite
of the ones I have played.
The fairways are wide and
fast. The greens feature just
enough undulation to
challenge, but not infuriate
you. The carts even come
equipped with Pro Link GPS
providing golfers near-exact
yardages to the pin, bunkers
and more for every shot.
The course is also popular
with the ladies. Jack and his
son designed the course so
that there would be few
forced carries from the
forward tees or on approach
shots. The result is a course
that can challenge the better
golfer with length and pin
position, yet entertain the
beginner or average golfer
by not beating him or her up
all day long.
The course features the
largest practice facility of
the group and is the winter
home to many professionals
playing on mini tours.
Hammock Creek's
assistant pro, Rod Curl Jr., is
also PGA Tour professional:
Marc Tumesa's instructor.
Rod's instruction was key in
helping Marc capture his
firstTouir win last) ear ar die
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I had the privilege of '
teeing it up at Atlantis CCV'"^
just a week ago. At the
tender age of 36 years,
Atlantis is the oldest, and
most mature of the seven'1
courses. Here the golfer wl.v
find a course that has a
distinctly un-Florida feel.,'
You'll find few palm trees:-"l
and gently rolling hills on' r
this course. You'll also notice
the older, mature oaks, pine
and maple trees. 'Ini'f
The course is the center-
piece of the town of Atlanti"
and while playing there, yd6tf
find it to be a polished jewel.
Ithas some of the best
landscaping and condition"'
ing of any course I have
played. 'Ij;
Atlantis CC can be quit4as
the challenge. When I !,!
played, the winds were up!0
and it seemed that the modt'
difficult holes all played iit-fi
a two to three club wind. o
The greens roll very true,
and seem to have less break,
than I'm used to.
So if you're looking for a9,U
way to join a membership;'-
that gives you playing
privileges at not'just one
course, but seven all in your-,
area, the Golf Membership '
of the Palm Beaches may be-o
just the thing for you. You
can enjoy inexpensive golf
on the area's best tracks.
. And if.inexpensive golf ;ard
isn't enough to bring you ii,
the staff at.all of these fineiii
clubs is warm and friendly !L
and waiting to make your ,di
round the best ever. -o:
For more information on
The Golf Membership of the-
Palm Beaches, contact any ,
of the seven clubs or \isi '.'
one of their Web sites. What -
can be better than keeping
your dollars while losing a:;-
few strokes?
James Stammer, has been.',
an avid golfer and golf vi'
enthusiast for 30 years. He,;a'
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settled down. It must mean,
that March is over.
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weed lines, color lines aridnf
temperature breaks, you,-'
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hold fish. f flJ
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Those pesky sailfish will "
,make you wish you brou~h^
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Surf anglers, you can
finally go the beach and nprt
be blown away. This is the
month when the bigger
bluefish show. Cut bait and
spoons will get their .-
attention. Make sure to use
a smaller hook. ;;.I
There are still plenty of'' .
Spanish mackerels in the ,.,
area. With all the pompano,
in the river, there should he,.
plenty in the surf. The last
fish in numbers were -..
reported at the beach
access points, north of the
power plant.
Pompano like the cleaner
water, so look for a color.
change and fish that line. I
might start at Virginia Forest
access and go north from
there. Yes, the beach is still a
little cool for the snook, but
then again, March is over.
The river anglers are still
playing with the pompano
from north to south. They
are finding plenty of them
with a yellow jig.
You can finally fish either
side of the river. The catch
list is long, with everything
from blue fish to snook, and
even a few flounder.
Come on down and get a
bait wet.
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Martin County B13


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South Fork baseball team


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STUART Last season,
the South Fork Bulldogs
came within a hair of win-
nmg the Class 5A baseball
championship.
This season, the team is
looking to finish the job.
After dispatching of
Jypiter 8-4, South Fork is 11-
2 and riding a 10-game win-
ning streak. Except for a
couple of close losses early
on, the squad has been
nearly flawless.
"So far, things have been
going pretty well for us,"
head coach Mike Harper
said. "We started out slow,
but we've been pitching well
and, getting clutch hitting."
In a win over the Port St.
Lucie Jaguarson March 21,
South Fork got a little bit of
blpth. Robert Bednar went 3-
for-4 with an RBI and Nick
Zaharion stroked a two-run
double, but the story of the
day was the pitching of
Brian Woody. The sopho-
more struck out five in four
innings to move to 2-0.
"This is his first year on
varsity," Harper said. "In 12
innings, he's only allowed
one earned run all year. He's
going to be a great pitcher
for us for the next two years.
"He can also play first
base and third base."
,While Woody's contribu-
tions have been welcome,
the pitching of Tyson Young
has been expected. The sen-
ior is 4-1 after flirting with


Obituaries
From page B12
Frances and a sister, Marcia.
Contributions may', be
made to the American Heart
Association, 1100 East Ocean
Blvd., Stuart, FL 34996.
Arrangements by Forest Hills
FAuneral Homes.

Helen Carter
...-Helen Carter, 81, of Palm
City, died March 12,2009.
She was born. in New York
and lived in Palm City for 23
years.
She was the past president
of the Women's Metropolitan
Gglf Association and was
club champion five times at
several golf clubs.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 59 years, Elliot; a
daughter, Randee;, two sons,
Gary and Jeff, seven grand-
children and two great-
gr children. ..
Memorial donations may
be made to Treasure Coast
Hospice, 1201 S.E. Indian St.,'
Si6art, FL 34997. Arrange-
ments by All County Funeral
Home & Crematory Treasure
"Cst Chapel.

: Jane H. Fryer
Jane H. Fryer,. 87, of Palm
City, died March 17,2009.
She was born in Baldwin
Place, N.Y., and lived in Palm
City for six years and on
Hiitchinson Island for 14
years. She was a homemak-


.perfection in a recent outing
against Coral Glades. Young
didn't allow a hit until sur-
rendering a one-out single
in the seventh inning to
Oliver Christen.
"That was a heartbreaker
at the end," Young said. "I
did all I could. The kid just
hit it in a bad spot.
"There was nothing I
could do. I have to give it to
him."
Winning hasn't gotten old
for Young, as the southpaw
feels he and the team is hit-
ting their collective strides.
"My past three outings, my
velocity is up where I want it
to be," Young said. "I don't
think we've fallen off much
this year (from last year.
"We're swinging the bat
really well and we're playing
good defense.
"It would be huge if we
make it back (to states) in
Port St. Lucie. We'd have a big
fan base. It would be like a
home game."
While the school's ticket to
Tradition Field the first
time the event will be held
on the east coast since it was
consolidated at a central site
in 1988 for the Florida
High School Athletic Associ-
ation finals has yet to be
punched, this season has
been strikingly similar to a
year ago. South Fork started
11-2 en route to the most
successful season in school
history.
The Bulldogs captured the
District 14-5A and Region 4-
5A titles, learning a spot in


er.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 65 years, Victor; two
daughters, Nancy and Bar-
bara; a son, Lawrence; a sis-
ter, Norma; nine grandchil-
dren and three great
grandchildren.
She was preceded in death
by a brother, Harold.
Contributions may be.
made to the Treasure Coast
Hospice, 1201 S.E. Indian St.,
Stuart, FL 34997. Arrange-
ments by Forest Hills Funeral
Homes, Palm City Chapel.

Robert Edwards
Robert Edwards, 84, of
Hobe Sound, died March 20,
2009.
He was born in Green-
wich, Conn., and lived in
Hobe Sound for 22 years.
He served in the U.S Army
as a first lieutenant during
WorldWar II.
He was a senior vice-pres-
ident of R.R. Donnelley &
Sons in Chicago, where he
was employed for 35 years.
He was a member of the
Chicago Golf Club, the
Loblolly Pines Golf Club in
Hobe Sound and the Medal-
ist Golf Club.
He is survived by his wife
of 62 years, Gloria; a daugh-
ter, Sally; a sister Eunice and
two grandchildren.
Contributions may be
made to the American Can-
cer Society, 865 SE. Monterey
Commons Blvd., Stuart, FL .
34996. Arrangements by For-
est Hills Funeral Homes.


the state semifinal game
against Niceville. Young had
arguably the best outing of
his young career, firing a
one-hitter in the Bulldog's 3-
owin.
"That was the biggest
game of my life," Young said.
"I still have the article
framed hanging up in my
room."
South Fork faced Dunedin
for the championship, and
with the teams tied at 2, the a
Bulldogs seemed ready to
celebrate after loading the
bases with no outs in the sev-
enth inning.
South Fork was unable to
capitalize and lost 3-2 in 10
innings, finishing 27-6.
' "Last year, we as coaches
felt we had a team that was
good enough to get to the
state finals," Harper said.
"The kids proved what we
were feeling was true. We left
it all out there and we were
one run short.
"The chemistry we had
was the best that I've ever
had as a coach. The kids
knew their roles and accept-
ed their roles."
Harper sees a lot of that
team in this year's version.
"We have the talent to take
us all the way," Harper said.
"As for the chemistry, we're
working on it. If we pull
together and trust each
other, it all goes from there."

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Tyson Young watches
one of his three hits on
the night for South
Fork High School find a
gap in the outfield
during a winning game
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- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


ST. JOHNS RIVER 133'
x80' waterfront lot.
Putnam County FL Deep
wide canal min. to St.
Johns River, 2001 2-br
mobile hbme, new boat
house & seawall,
$149,900 386-931-2065



FORECLOSED HOME
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COCOA, RIVERFRONT
1 plus acre, cbs 2b/1.5ba
+ office, w/separate 1br
rental + Efficiency Apt.
$575,000. 321-544-6204
MIMS, WATERFRONT
Home, 1, acre on ddep
water lake, 3/2/2, relax on
back deck and enjoy a
beautiful lake view!
$155K. 321-961-2020
See photo on line
ww'w.hometown
newsOL.com ad #59419
PORT ORANGE Cypress
Cove, 3/2/2 New kitchen
2 sided fireplace between
LR & FR small dock on
lake. Solar' heated pool
$240,900 See photos at
Buy Owner ORL26757
386-761-5938/299-1268
PORT ST LUCIE 4/3
-fireplace, fenced yard, tile
wood floors. In-law suite.
Heated pool. New A/C.
W/D. Relocation sacrifice
$198,500 321-536-4528' .
PORT ST ST LUCIE Span-
ish Lakes 1, CBS, 2 yrs
2/2/1, foyer, fridge, stove,
d/w, verticals Hurricane
shutters & laundry rodm.
$120,000 772-807-8133

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ST. LUCIE WEST: Lake
Forest PTE 3/2/2 Private
water setting, tile firs,
overszd porch. Pristine
Condition! Community
pool, walk to grocery, din-
ing, etc. Gated Comm.
$159,000 Possible lease
option. Brokers Wel-
comed 772-201-1205
STUART- SHORT SALE
Approved Martins'
Crossing 4/2.5/2 Master
bedroom 1st floor.
2745sqft cul-de-sac lot.
comm pool, tennis, tot lot
exercise room $250,000
Call Dave 561-309-5533
Keller Williams Realty





FORT PIERCE
1805 S. 29th, 2/1
$27,500
212 N. 39th, 3/1
$34,900
2224 N. 53rd, 2/1
$32,500
2400 S. Ocean #811
1/1/5 $115,00
PORT ST. LUCIE
1086 Majorca
4/2/2 $114,900
.1110. Rio Palermo
3/3/2 $329,900
140 Peacock, 1/1
$39,900
2151 Burman, 4/2
$109,900
320 NW Heather
3/2/2 $74,900
6141 Gatun (Lot)
$30,000
STUART "
4425 Circle-Way
2/2, $49,90'0:
9025 Chevy Circle,
3/2/2, $148,000











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VERO BEACH -
New custom home, on
8 fully wooded acres,
6bdrm, 4 bath $675,000
Schwey Real Estate, LLC
772-567-8745



HOBE SOUND- Sugar
Sands. Active 55+ comm.
22/21. SE expo. all appls
w/svc contract. Pool, hot
tub. Clbhouse. $135,000.
Owner 772-546-6584
SATELLITE BCH 3/2-1/2
Ic gar, Lg living & Dining
rooms. Gourmet S/S kit.
cherry cabinets, Ex-
tremely spacious. New
roof/ ac, all new flooring.
$159,900. 678-984-1115



NC MOUNTAINS
Warm Winters/Cool
Summers. NEW! E-Z to
finish log cabin shell
w/loft &basement,
Includes acreage
$99,900. Mountain&
waterfront homesites
from $39,'000-$99,000.
Financing Available!!
828-247-9966 (Code41)
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Beautiful 2.5 acres.
Cleared, fenced ready to
build. Country setting
Close to 95 & local
shopping. Owner forced
to sell due to illness.
$125,000/obo
386-689-3045
PORT ST LUCIE 2 acre
lot cleared 'St. James golf
course. Horses allowed
water,, sewer, paved
street. $179,000/obo
'561-239-9216
954-571-6889 '

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MH comm retired person front, nice view! Re- Point 2/2 wood floors,
or couple to share dblwd sponsible Christian non W/D, A/C, ceiling fans.
furn room, frig, cable, smoking adult, ,private $650/mo + $300 sec. 7+
internet $125/k $450 bath, Green River Park- credit rating required
mo. welec 772-489-8620 way. $450/mo ihcl w/d, 863-697-3259
elec, water, cable. 1st,
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FORT PIERCE 2-br/2-ba
gated .community with
heated pool. Tile & carpet
floors, appliances, shed,
Florida room. $6500.
Pets OK 772-882-9068
FORT PIERCE 55+ furn
unfurn, 2/2. 24'x60'. 25'
screen room. New roof,
carport, shed. Family
room. Heated pool,
clubhouse $15,000/obo
772-465-4373
FORT PIERCE
WINDSONG
2-br/1-ba mobile home.
Built in 1980. C/H/A, city
sewer. $12,000/obo
Rose. 772-361-4025 or
for Espanol Maria
772-812-8262
HOBE SOUND .12 x 60,
Handyman Special 2/T
Endc porch. Needs stove,
ref & hot water tank,
$1500/obo 772-546-1518
HOBE SOUND 55+ 2/2
with handicap bath, shed,.
w/d, newer roof, A/C.
Pool, clbhse $50,000/obo
Owner. finance possible.
Ridgeway 772-634-3764
JENSEN BEACH Ocean
Breeze .Park 55+ Broad
Street., furn. l-br/1-ba
Large living room, sun
room & store room. Large
.storage shed. 3' A/C's.
Close to beaches, near
river. Pets Welcome!
$5000. 772-334-4093 .
JENSEN BEACH- 55+
Between Waters Park
2-br/1-ba ScreeW porch,
new shower, new appl's,
Lot rent incl water, lawn.
$9,900. 772-229-9068
JENSEN BEACH: 55+
Pine Lake Village,
2br/2ba, 24' x .60' with
carport, & Florida *Room.
Cable. Reduced to
$20,000. 77,2-334-1935.
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MELBOURNE Beach
2-br/2-ba 55+ furnished
appl's, newly, renovated.
FL rm carport, Condo fee+
$76/rno inil cable, lawn.
$75,900 321-951-8691 '.
MELBOURNE, WATER-
'FRONTI -2/2 Immaculate
Cofidition! Must See! 55+
p Park w/cgmm. pool, ac-
tive clubhouse, $77,900
407-375-6992; 291-1458
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PORT ST. LUCIE Fur-
nished Apt. 1 bdrm
Living/dining area, fully
equipped. kitchen + Flori-
da room. Water, electric,
.cable; W/D, Private en-
trance. $750/mo; + $500
deposit. Available 4/1
772-336-2698,
PORT ST. LUCIE
Midport Place II 2/2 1st fl.
corner unit, tile floors.
w/d. Pool/clubhouse, nice
community. $725/mo
772-464-7232
PORT ST.. LUCIE-
Midport II 2/2 1st fl. New
tile & carpet floors.' New
W/D, convenient location
$750/mo 772-337-2292
SEBASTIAN- 3/2 apts.
Move in special Call
772-581-4440 *Income
Re-ic.'rohr.p &ppl;"'
STUART 55- 2i2 Turnkey
iurn, all appi 15,' dock,
heated 'pool, ,$1,000/mo
(water. &' cable include)
Sm pet ok. 772-781-0061
STUART, 55+ condo. 2/2
elevator, garage. Pool,
w/d, tile/carpet floors.
Screened porch. Cable &
water included $795/mo.
772-260-5133 .
STUART 55+ De La
Bahia 2-br/1t5-ba fully
furnished water, cable
dock, pool, clbhse.
Small pet OK. $750/mo
+ elec. 330-882-6952
STUART 55+ Vista Del,
Lago 1st. fir. l-br/1-ba
-fully furn. W/D -on prem.
Clbhouse, pol1, activities.
Golf, 772-288-1132
STUART IMPERIAL Apts
2-ir/2-ba, 2nd floor. New
paint, carpet. Convenient
location. Community
pool, No pets. $675/mo
772-285-5796


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CHEVY BEL-AIR 1957
6cyl, auto, 4-dr sedan.
Driven weekly. Excellent
condition. $11,000/obo
772-770-9407



FORD CUSTOM 1951
2-dr sedan. All oig. 6 cyl.
Needs very little work!
Can drive anywhere.
$11,900/obo -
772-766-2636


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Needs nothing. $10,500
obo 772-519-2638
WANTED JAPANESE
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0, KZ1000, S1-250, S2-
250, S2-350, S3- 400,
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, ip. 800-772 -1142 or
iu.. 11-0726.
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
Z1-900, (KZ900) 1972-
1976, KZ1000 (1976-
1980), KZ1000R (1982-
'1983), Z1R, S1-250,
S2-350, S3-400, H1-500,
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(1969- 1975), Susuki
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35' WINNEBAGO 2001, PLYMOUTH GRAND
2/slideouts, 46k/mi., with PLYMOUTH 1992G AND
Back Br. Well maint. & passenger. Good
extras, N/S. Asking condition Dennis $1500
$42,000. 386-956-0710 772-878-1009



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17' 3G JOHN BOAT
60HP motor, center
console, with bait tank.
Excellent condition.
$7000 443-786-1891 '
34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
run, full canvas, sleeps 3,
dry stored Brevard Coun-
ty. $17,500/OBO. e-mail
for photos & details at
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call 407-422-6095


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MELBOURNE MOBILE
Homes. 2BR from $2500
to $18,000 *Broadview
55+, Post Road. Tan-
tara, All family. Near
schools and shopping.
Office 321-259-3522
Park mgr 407-283-5277

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MELBOURNE: New
2007 DOUBLEWIDE
Horton Home, All set up
& ready for you in adult
.park. Reduced to
$39,995 866-797-6106
Call for move in specials!
MELBOURNE: Only
$2995 3/2 12"x60" All
New: CHA, vinyl siding,
skirting & concrete drive-
way. Adult park.
866-797-6106 .
'OKEECHOBEE vacant
14' x 50' sw. 2/1 12 x 22
scr/vinl room attached.
Newly refurbished, W/D,
stove, refrig included.
Lake access with dock in
Treas Isl. 3425 SE 36th
Ave.7Lot rent not included
$20K 772-318-8218


PORT ST LUCIE 55+
Spanish Lakes' 1. '2/2
dblwd. FI rm, carport,
shed W/D, Partially furn
$14,500/obo Owner
financing. 772-349-2053
PORT ST LUCIE 55+
Spanish Lakes Riverfront
No pets. 2-br/1'.5-ba
doublewide, C/H/A, tinted
windows, ceiling fans,'
shed w/storage. All newer
appliances. $10,500
772-361-4668
'PORT ST. LUCIE 55+
Spanish Lakes Riverfront
Large, 2/2, 'doublewide,
1416 sqft, new carpet, tile
& paint. FI rm, shed. Exc
cond. $16,500/obo
607-754-0287
772-343-8575





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RENT loW
STUART. FROM $525.
Furnished/Unfurnished
'efficiencies. Sierra Con-.
dos. No pets. /
Judy Conran Broker
772-283-5763
STUART: lbr/lba condo.
Immediate Occupancy.
Pool, laundry on
:.rT,.,es ,8675.mC. .500r
iep-sit 772.-34l.3j32
VERO BEACH- IRS
4.1 A 1'211 OverlciuH
pond; Stepsto beach,
shops, bike path. Pool,
sunny, safe, & clean.
$1500/mo 772-231-3991

WOW
VERO BEACH: Call for
specials 1br's 'from
$475, 2br's from $550.
'Tile, New apple. Close to
Beaches, Parks & Res-'
taurants. 772-563-0013


FORT, PIERCE .Brand
new 4/2/2 Morningside
development All apple's,
patio, comm pool &,
playground $1 100/mo
772-461-7501
786-853-8248
PALM CITY Waterfront
3/2/2 boat dock,, lift, fami-
ly room, Ig screen porch,
Fpl, newer kitchen.
$1600/mo 772-485-3413
PONCE .INLET- beautiful'
3-br/2-ba/2-cg oceanfront
home' 20'. x 50' deck
overlooking beach, Newly
renovated. New appraisal
value, $1.288 mil. $4000
per month, 1 year lease
with option to extend. 1st
& last, $2000 damage
deposit. 407-321-2007


PORT ST LUCIE 4/3
fireplace, fenced yard, tile
floors: Heated pool.- New
A/C.. W/D $1200/mo
321-536-4528
STUART COZY- Unfurh
Duplex' 2BR+garage Like
new, walk to downtown.
Vaulted ceilings W/D
$887/mo 772-283-5656
STUART South'. Rocky
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A/C, W/D. Avail 5/1 to
11/1. Central located.
walk to docks, slips
avail.,' No pets! Turn key.
$1,200/mo all inclusive
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S. Walk t6 Beach!
R.eno.aied 2-br/2-bath
Pool. ',:reened patio's,
No smoking' or pets.
$750/mo 772-461-0615


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So large 1/1 Ni.:e,
renovated. C irpc.rt. '.
-hook-up, .ncro. DiVW
$745/mo 12l Binrey Dr
772-882-1286
STUART 2/1 Duplex,
Furnished. Avail. '4/1 thru
12/15. $795/mo. OBO. +
F/S. Halfway between the
Beaches & Old Stuart.
561-305-9599 '
STUART COZY- Unfurn
2BR,+ .garage Like new,
walk to downtown. Vault-
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772-283-5656
STUART: Golden Gate,
Nice 2br/lba, family room
screened patio, tile firs,
painted, city water. Pets'
OK. 772-286-3089


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pet OK. Screened patio,
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Includes 1992 Buick Park
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772-403-3477T
STUART 55+ 2-BR/2-BA
Dining rm,. raised Fl rm,
Open floor plan. Carport,
shed. Includes .cable,
lawn service water, etc.
$22,000 772-245-8301
STUART 55+ 2/1 on
double lot completely
updated. Enclosed FL rm
all new appi's w/d inside,
patio, shed,,. carport.
$5000 772-283-5348
STUART- 55+r 2-br/2-ba,
central air, Florida room,
large living room. &
kitchen. Screen house,
carport, shed, on corner
lot. $10K. 772-600-5273
STUART- BY OWNER
charming 3/2. Own your
own land! Great
investment, screen room,
laundry room, carport,
fenced. All new
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$85,000 772-692-2055 .
Titusville, 2/2, '05 Beau-
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upgrades, all appliances,
$105K/neg. Family leav-
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seller.' Own your own lot
in 55+ comm. New Furn'
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LGL IS


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
MARTIN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
File No: 09-165CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PAUL JOHN DUMICH,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Paul John
Dumich, deceased,
whose date of death was
January 18, 2008, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Martin County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
100 E. Ocean Boulevard,
Stuart, .Florida 34995.
The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN S THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)


YEARS 'OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS -BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this notice is April 3,
2009.
Personal Representative:
Tracey Ann Dumlch
1904 SE Hillmoor Drive,
Apartrhent"12
Port St. Lucie, Florida
34952
'Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Thomas E. Weiksnar,
Esq.
Attorney for Tracey Ann
Dumich '
Florida Bar No. 0897256


-00Iotc


Gary, Williams, Finney,.
etal
221 E. Osceola Stfeet
Stuart, FL 34994-2110
Telephone: '
(772) 283-8260
Fax: (772) 463-1205
Pub: April 3, & April'10,
2009

LEGAL
NOTICES
Due in our office''
Monday at Noon
for Friday Publication
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00Aotc


NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD

IN RE: The practice of contracting
Raymond S. Hurley
255 SW Monterey Rd.,
187 SW Monterey Rd.,
2020 Federal Hwy.
Stuart, FL 34994
CASE NO.: 2007023252, 2006068359,
2007032290, 2007000635, 2008005236,
2006058163, 2007001388, 2007023099
LICENSE NO.: C000773
The Department of Business and Professional
Regulation has filed an Administrative Complaint
against you, a copy of which may be obtained by
contacting, Jamie Duran, Office of General
Counsel, Department of Business and
Professional Regulation, 1940 North Monroe
Street, Suite 33, Tallahasqee, FL 32399-2202,
(850) 487-9651.
If no contact has been made by you concerning
the above by May 1, 2009, the matter of the
Administrative Complaint will be presented at a
hearing pursuant to 120.57(2), F.S. before the
Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should contact the
individual or agency sending notice not later than
seven days prior to the proceeding at the address
given on notice.
Telephone: (850)257-6097; 1-800-955-8771(TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay Service.


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