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Vol. 9, No. 51


MARTIN A COUNTY


Your Local News and Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 27, 2011


fl HOW WEIRD
a IS THAT?!
-" SEAN MCCARTHY


Spend any time surfing
the Web and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to
be true. Here's a sampling,
edited for length. Remem-
ber, just because it's online
doesn't mean it's true!
From kansascity.corn:
FBI: Bank suspect
lowers hood when told
The FBI said an Ohio
bank robbery suspect left
authorities with good
surveillance photos
because he lowered his
hood when an employee
told him to.
FBI Special Agent Harry
Trombitas said the man in
his mid-20s entered a
Columbus PNC Bank with
his dark hood up, covering
most of his face. Trombitas
said in a statement the
bank has a "no hats, no
hoods" policy, so a bank
employee told the man to
pull his hood down, and
he complied.
The FBI said when the
suspect got to the counter,
he handed the teller a note
saying he had a gun and to
give him money or he
would shoot. He fled with
an undisclosed amount of
cash. Columbus police
haven't announced an
arrest.
From valleynewsdis-
patch.com: Woman to
stand trial for pot-laced
margarine
A Pennsylvania woman
will stand trial on charges
she fed marijuana-laced
margarine to a 12-year-old
girl she was baby-sitting,
as well as two other
children at her home.
The 12-year-old's mother
called Upper Burrell
Township Police after
discovering the drugs in a
tub of I Can't Believe It's
Not Butter in 22-year-old
Stevie Hickey's freezer.
The woman told police
Hickey spread the sub-
stance on two pieces of
toast Hickey gave to the
girl. Police said Hickey
told the girl it was "parsley
butter" but later acknowl-
edged to police that it was
marijuana.
The Valley News Dis-
patch in Tarentum report-
ed Hickey remains free
after waiving her right to a

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Crossword B6 Rants & Raves A6
Obituaries A13 Star Scopes BI
Out &About B2 Viewpoint A6


Lightning causes blaze that


threatens 1,000 acres


By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com


MARTIN COUNTY - Another
blaze erupted in Martin County,
this time thanks to lightning strikes,
threatening 1,000 acres on private
property and the southeast side of
Atlantic Ridge State Park.
A positive lightning strike smol-
dered for days before bursting into
flames, said Melissa Yunas, wildfire
mitigation specialist with the Flori-


da Department of Forestry.
The fire threatened to spread to a
hard-to-access piece of private
property and threatened power
lines, a hunting camp, house, sever-
al sheds and vehicles within 50 feet.
State wildland firefighters used
five dozers, a helicopter and other
heavy equipment, joining forces
with Martin County officials to con-
tain the blaze.
"Martin County Fire Rescue
staged around the hunting camp


and together, with SIA . Iiqj Cr
the forestry helicop- , "C l
ter, they saved the A OI
structures," Ms. I CO
Yunas said. 77 oRVC
Officials from the 1 /An
Department of F lly
Environmental V a
Protection also wwWrangerairCO
helped contain the flames, tions
The fire was the second major helped the flames from a
blaze in the county in recent weeks.
On May 13, winds and dry condi- See BLAZE, Al 1


New theater to open in Stuart


Mitch Kloortain/chiet pnotograpner
Jennifer Jones, co-owner and executive director of the StarStruck Performing Arts Center, consults with Tim Mason
about the placement of the new theater, rehearsal rooms and more as they prepare to move into the old Palm
Beach Post building on Kanner Highway in Stuart. The building has been completely gutted to accommodate the
theatrical company's expansion.


By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-
When the curtains go up
on the StarStruck perform-
ing group's upcoming pro-
ductions, they will soon do
so at the company's own
theater.
The nearly 12-year-old
fine arts training center,
which has made its home
in downtown Stuart and
staged its performances at
the Lyric Theatre, will soon
occupy space nearly three
times the size of its current
studios.
"I'm busier than I've ever
been in my life," said Jen-


nifer Jones, the group's
executive director.
Her company is gearing
for its move to 2101 S. Kan-
ner Highway, in the build-
ing that formerly housed
the Palm Beach Post at the
corner of Kanner and Cen-
tral Parkway in Stuart.
It will have 12,000 square
feet at its disposal to create
classrooms, private music
studios and rehearsal
areas, as well as a 175- to
200-seat theater with
lobby, and adjoining back-
stage space for dressing
rooms, costumes, props
and scenery storage.
The group started look-
ing for its own perform-


'We started looking a year ago, because our
students and families at StarStruck wanted
to perform more and do more shows."

Jennifer Jones
StarStruck executive director


ance space and new stu-
dios, when after more than
11 years of performances
at the Lyric, it found the
busy theater could not
always accommodate its
increasingly busy sched-
ule, Ms. Jones said.
"We started looking
about a year ago, because
our students and families


Attempt to repay debt


leads to violent attack


By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY - An attempt
to repay a debt led to a violent
attack and intervention from Mar-
tin County deputies.
A Jensen Beach woman told
investigators she tried to repay a
loan of $60 to a friend, when the
man punched her, grabbed all her
money and pushed her face-first
into a table.
Deputies charged 42-year-old
David Seltzer with robbery by sud-
den snatching and battery as a
result of the incident.


The woman was at a home on
Blairwood Trace in Jensen Beach
and had dried blood on the side of
her face when deputies arrived on
the scene.
She told them when she attempt-
ed to hand over some of the money,
Mr. Setzer grabbed all the bills,
tearing some of them in half. She
had $211, but only owed him $60,
she said.
She said the man then struck her
repeatedly in the face, and threat-
ened to "put a bullet her head,"
after she told him she would call
police, according to the arrest
record.


at StarStruck wanted to
perform more and do
more shows," Ms. Jones
said.
"We realize there is a
need in Martin County. We
have a huge amazing arts
community in Stuart, and
we realize it would be nice
to have another venue for
See THEATER, A2


A witness confirmed the woman's
story, investigators said.
Detectives with the Martin Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office said they found 12
Xanax pills in Mr. Setzer's posses-
sion.
The man had no valid prescrip-
tion for the medication and at first
claimed the drugs belonged to his
mother, deputies said.
Mr. Setzer, of 255 N.E. Blairwood
Trace, also faces a charge of posses-
sion of a controlled substance with-
out a valid prescription.
At press time, he was held at the
Martin County Jail pending $8,000
bond.


Guard


provides


look at


life behind


bars
By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY - In
the week before he started
work as a guard at the maxi-
mum security prison in
Indiantown, Mykel McMur-
ren had a marathon view-
ing session of "Oz," the grit-
ty and violent HBO
television series about life
at a dangerous prison.
"I was scared to death,"
he said.
A career in law enforce-
ment was his dream job,
and nearly four years ago,
when he was taking his first
steps toward becoming a
state correctional officer at
Martin Correctional Insti-
tution, Mr. McMurren was
starting a family with his
young wife. He'd worked as
a retail manager, and the
See GUARD, A12



Woman


saves

tree as


memorial

to parents
By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-
New life grows from a
memorial a Palm City
woman established for her
parents, Virginia "Ginny"
and Robert "Mic"
McDaniel.
For a couple who grew
up in an Ohio town filled
with majestic old trees,
Palm City resident Barbara
Flowers replaced a dying
oak with a rescued, half-
century-old, 50-foot one
with sprawling branches
and massive trunk.
"It's a way of giving new
life, and it's a nice memori-
al to my parents," said Ms.
Flowers.
The McDaniels were
married for more than half
a century, so their relation-
ship was probably as old as
the oak that will now stand
in their memory.
During their time
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The marquee in front of the building vacated by the Palm Beach Post on Kanner Highway
in Stuart offers a hint of the new occupants with the tag line 'Got Talent?' StarStruck Per-
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Theater
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StarStruck as well as other
schools (to perform)."
The move came just as
StarStruck's cofounder,
Peter Jones, was headlining
the group's staging of Sir
Elton John's and Tim Rice's
rock musical, 'Aida," about
an Egyptian nobleman who
falls in love with a slave.
The group was also still


hosting its summer camps,
and preparing students for
performances, while provid-
ing acting, dance, piano,
voice, guitar and art lessons,
Ms. Jones said.
Its old studios have host-
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Laura Bell Bundy, who
played the lead role in
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But the Joneses say their


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together, they raised a
family, lost a young son,
Jimmy, who died when he
was 8, led careers and
spent much of their leisure
time outside.
They loved golf and
Florida, so about 30 years
ago they bought a vacation
home on Fenwick Lane in
Piper's Landing Yacht &
Country Club, a golf course
community in Palm City.
Their daughter, Jan
McDaniel, also lives in
Martin County and Ms.
Flowers has owned a home
in Piper's Landing for 15
years.
Mrs. McDaniel died in
2007 at age 81, and her
husband, last February at
age 86.
It was not long after that,
their daughter began to
notice a dying oak tree on
the 10th hole of golf course
near their home.
"I approached Piper's
Landing and suggested
that if they found another
oak tree and planted it, I
would donate it to the
club, as long as it went as a
memorial to my parents,"
Ms. Flowers said.
The greens keeper locat-
ed a county-owned oak, on
36th Street in Palm City
that was headed for the
wood chipper. The tree was
on the construction site of
the Indian Street Bridge
and marked for chopping,
but narrowly escaped
destruction, said Jennifer
Whiting of the Firefly
Group, an area public rela-
tions firm.
Piper's Landing staff
worked with Martin Coun-
ty's engineering depart-
ment for months to plan
the move, ensuring the tree
was properly pruned,
treated and ready for a suc-

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cessful relocation, Ms.
Whiting said.
Plus, they worked on
coordinating the trip along
the roadways to transport
the massive tree to the res-
idential area for planting
and a dedication ceremony
on May 17.
"Ms. Flowers and Piper's
Landing have contributed
the financial and logistical
means to save this tree,
and we couldn't have made
it happen without their
support," said Martin
County Commission
Chairman Ed Ciampi, who
spoke during the dedica-
tion.
"We are very pleased to
be able to assist in preserv-
ing this historic and beau-
tiful old oak. What a
remarkable opportunity."
Ms. Flowers and Russ
Attridge, her spouse who
helped care for her ailing
parents, along with friends
and residents of Piper's
Landing celebrated the
planting with a Cham-
pagne toast.
"Anyone who sees that
tree will think of my moth-
er and dad," Ms. Flowers
said. "I thought it was a
nice thing to do for Piper's
Landing and for my par-
ents."


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Photo courtesy of Jennifer Whiting
Piper's Landing crews work to ensure this 50-year-old oak
is properly pruned, treated and ready for a successful
relocation to Piper's Landing Yacht & Country Club in
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MARTIN COUNTY - An
election sponsored by the
NAACP will be held on May
19 at 7 p.m. at the 10th
Street Recreation Center,
724 S.E. 10th St. in East Stu-
art.
A representative of the
low-income population will
be elected to serve on the
Treasure Coast Community
Action Agency Advisory
Board.
Representatives serve
without compensation and
interested candidates are
asked to contact, in writing,
Anita Cocoves, clinical and
court services manager, 435
S.E. Flagler Avenue, Stuart,
FL 34994 or fax to (772) 223-
4829 by noon on May 17.
The Treasure Coast Com-
munity Action Agency Advi-
sory Board is charged with
the development and over-
sight of the community
services block grants, which
are provided through the
Treasure Coast Community
Action Agency.
The Florida, Department
of Community Affairs,
receives funds from the fed-
eral government and dis-
tributes them to community
action agencies throughout
the state.
Three counties, Martin,
St. Lucie and Okeechobee,
comprise the Treasure Coast
Community Action Agency.
The St. Lucie County Board
of County Commissioners is
designated as the eligible
entity to receive community
services block grant funds
for this three county agency.
Program funds are


designed to provide a range
of services to assist low-
income people in attaining
the skills, knowledge and
motivation necessary to
achieve self-sufficiency.
Types of assistance
include but are not limited
to: transportation assis-
tance, nutrition programs,
emergency food and hous-
ing, and homeless preven-
tion programs.
The Treasure Coast Com-
munity Action Agency's
mission is to partner with
other human services
organizations, the private
sector and citizens to offer
programs and services that
build self-reliant individu-
als, families and communi-
ties.
The board is composed of
three members from each of
the three counties. The rep-
resentation from each
county is as follows: one
elected official, currently
holding office or designated
representative; one repre-
sentative of low- income
population, chosen by a
democratic selection proce-
dure adequate to assure
there are representatives of
the poor in the area served;
one representative of busi-
ness, industry, labor, reli-
gious, welfare or education
interests in the county so
specified.
Meetings are held quar-
terly in January, April, July
and October on the third
Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the
Community Services Office,
437 North 7th St., Fort
Pierce.
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Police report


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.
Martin County
Sheriffs Office

*Leaustin Barnett, 21,
5770 S.E. Colee Ave., Stuart,
was charged with battery on
a law enforcement officer.
*Jamorris Harper, 22, 1024
Northeast 27th St., Airport
Road, Belle Glade, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*Brandon Jermaine
Copeland, 21, 3134 S.E. Indi-
an St., Stuart, was charged
with violation of probation.
*Jesus Juan, 21, 14848
Southwest 173rd Ave.,
Indiantown, was charged
with tampering with evi-
dence and possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana.
*Phaedra Alissa Leary, 52,
18590 131st Trail, Jupiter,
was charged with grand
theft.
*Kristian McKeaver, 52,
2475 N.E. Letinia St., Jensen
Beach, was charged with
battery.
*Mark John McNulty, 18,
756 S.W. Rustic Circle, Stu-
art, was charged with bur-
glary of an occupied resi-
dence and grand theft.
*Bruce King Dumont, aka
Albrandeus Hall, 31, 2487 W.
Fourth Court, Hialeah, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*David Petkovski, 23, 5591


S.E. Graham Drive, Stuart,
was charged with violation
of probation.
*Gareth Sandberg, 25, 614
St. Lucie Lane, Stuart, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*Jason Irwin, 35, 5271 S.E.
Kingfish Ave., Stuart, was
charged with aggravated
assault.
*Marvin Lanier Coley, 25,
3427 Sonoma Drive, was
charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell
within 1,000 feet of a con-
venience store, tampering
with evidence, possession of
oxycodone and possession
of less than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana.
*Milfred Manalo, 42, 2293
S.E. Berkshire Blvd., Port St.
Lucie Blvd., was charged
with solicitation to sell
cocaine.
*Rashawn Demond Jack-
son, 33, 14658 Southwest
168th Ave., Indiantown, was
charged with parole retake.
*Naomi Anne Greatorex,
22, 8323 S.E. Croft Circle,
Hobe Sound, was charged
with possession of oxy-
codone and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*Leeann Flowers, 24, 9342
S.E. Parkway Drive, Hobe
Sound, was charged with
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell, possession of
drug paraphernalia and
possession of oxycodone
with intent to sell.
*Rebecca Richmond, 30,
4318 S.E. Major Way, Stuart,
was charged with two
counts of possession of a
controlled substance and


driving under the influence
of drugs or alcohol with
property damage.
*Emery Lamar McKin-
nond, 33, 1107 Hemlock Cir-
cle, Fort Pierce, was charged
with being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Ronald Joseph Rubino,
49, 950 S.E. Kanner High-
way, Stuart, was charged
with possession of cocaine
and drug paraphernalia.
*Ward Evertt Leland, 50,
600 Krueger Parkway, Stuart,
was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine.
*Adam Thomas Schmidt,
28, 4979 Tequesta Drive,
Jupiter, was charged with
aggravated assault.
*James Logan Hoos, 18,
1402 N.E. South St., Jensen
Beach, was charged with
criminal mischief.
*Gavin Arrandale, 19, 5156
S.E. Horizon Ave., Stuart,
was charged with violation
of probation.
*Quentin Thomas Burt,
19, 10821 S.W. Hawksview
Circle, Stuart, was charged
with violation of probation.
*Taylor Chase Griffin, 19,
1654 S.E. St. Lucie Blvd., Stu-
art, was charged with two
counts of violation of proba-
tion.
*Jonathan Aaron Hall, 30,
361 S.E. Thornhill Drive,
Port St. Lucie, was charged
with possession of cocaine
with intent to sell, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-


stance, trafficking in oxy-
codone, possession of mari-
juana with intent to sell,
possession of ecstasy and
possession of heroin.
*Ruben Escalante-Diaz,
50, no address listed, was
charged with six counts of
sexual battery on a child.
*Pedro Carl Tingling Jr.,
21, 2639 Gately Drive, Apt.
109, West Palm Beach, was
charged with attempted sec-
ond-degree murder.
*Samuel Stephen, 23, 5856
Deerfield Place, Lake Worth,
was charged with robbery
with a deadly weapon.
*Christopher John Ditoro,
19, 1758 S.W. Crane Creek
Circle, Palm City, was
charged with burglary of a
dwelling and dealing in
stolen property.
*David Jerry Wayne Greer,
20, 2966 S.E. Evergreen Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
theft and use of an anti-
shoplifting device.
*Maekee Deshawn Felton,
19, 4828 S.E. Isabelita Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
retaliation against a witness,
victim or informant.
*Luz Reyes-Carrasquillo,
24, 3155 S.E. Garden St., Stu-
art, was charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of
marijuana.
*Mary Gioia, 20, 1783 N.E.
Lima Calle, Jensen Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation.


*Sherry Noel St. Germain,
aka Sherry Samra, 45, 1604
E. Eighth St., Sanford, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*Tyler Edmond Dancer Jr.,
18, 6077 S. Federal Highway,
Lot 16, Fort Pierce, was
charged with battery on a
law enforcement officer,
racing on a highway, battery
on a medical-care provider,
criminal mischief and
resisting an officer without
violence.
*Elliot Ingvalson, 22, 2864
S.E. Eagle Drive, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell.
*Jun Santos Burgos, aka
Johnny, 25, 2234 Washing-
ton St., Stuart, was charged
with violation of probation.
*Kevin Velasquez, 23, 1290
S.E. Parkview Place, Apt.
A10, Stuart, was charged
with aggravated assault and
battery.
*Luis Bernardo Lamdro,
44, 107 N.W. Ninth Ave., Apt.
1, Miami, was charged with
failure to appear in court.
*Wayne Lamonte White,
29, 8526 S.E. Mars St., Hobe
Sound, was charged with
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell within 1,000
feet of a church and posses-
sion of oxycodone with
intent to sell within 1,000
feet of a church.
*Roynel Edain Edouard,
23, 1952 West 16th Court,
Apt. C, West Palm Beach,
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender
with knowledge.
*Rosailillo Cua Tiguila, 21,


15176 S.W. Indianmound
Drive, Indiantown, was
charged with criminal use of
personal information.
*Dillon Ray Toohey, 19,
3379 Cornell Ave., Palm City,
was charged with grand
theft, dealing in stolen prop-
erty and false verification of
ownership.
*Tyler Joseph Maursetter,
18, 17681 Hamlin Blvd., Lox-
ahatchee, was charged with
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell and pos-
session of more than 20
grams of marijuana.
*Sandra Duda, 40, 2425
N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with dealing in stolen prop-
erty and giving false verifi-
cation of ownership to a sec-
ond-hand dealer.
*Sharon Taylor, 46, 1747
S.W. Monarch Club Drive,
Palm City, was charged with
criminal mischief and two
counts of battery on a law
enforcement officer.
*David Setzer, 52, 255
N.E. Blairwood Trace,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with robbery by sudden
snatching, possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a valid prescription and
battery.
*Gregory Laneski, 41, 5427
S.E. Celestial Circle, Stuart,
was charged with two
counts of felony battery
with prior convictions.
*Roger Strautmann, 75, 15
Meleluca St., Jensen Beach,
was charged with interfer-
ence with a railroad track.


Weird
From page Al
preliminary hearing on
marijuana possession and
child endangerment
charges.
From wlky.com: Woman
draws sword during
argument at Pizza Hut


A Louisville woman faces
first-degree disorderly
conduct and menacing
charges after police said
she took out a sword
during an argument at a
Pizza Hut.
According to an arrest
report, Wynika Mason was
causing trouble at Pizza
Hut and police were called.
When police arrived, she


began yelling at them, the
report said. Customers and
employees were in the
restaurant, and employees
said they felt threatened by
Mason's behavior. An
employee told police
Mason had a sword with
her and began yelling and
pulling it out of the scab-
bard, according to the
police report.


The report also stated
Mason's brother said he
took the sword from her
and put it in the car.
Officers were given
consent to search the
vehicle and found the
sword on the driver's seat.
From logandaily.com:
New home for man's
pencil sharpener 'museum'
Tourism officials have


made a point of displaying
the hundreds of pencil
sharpeners collected by an
Ohio minister who died last
summer.
The Rev. Paul Johnson
kept his collection in a
small shed he called his
museum, outside his home
in Carbon Hill in southeast
Ohio. A new home for his
more than 3,400 sharpeners


was dedicated inside a
regional welcome center.
The Logan Daily News
reported Johnson started
collecting after his wife
gave him a few pencil
sharpeners as a gift in the
late 1980s. He kept them
organized in categories,
including cats, Christmas
and Disneyland. The oldest
is 105 years old.


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Kudos to the paper

In regard to the story, "Work squads help cut spending."
Now that's the kind of news I like to read. What a wonderful
story. The taxpayers would be much happier with their lot if
they could read things like that more often. My heartfelt
appreciation to those people. Keep up the good work.
Editor's note: The writer is referring to an article that ran in
the May 13 Martin County edition of HTN about prison work
squads at Martin Correctional Institution. To read it, go to
www.myhometownnews.net.

Who's to blame?

This week I had the opportunity to sit and watch some
cases being conducted over the welfare of children in the
county. I was shocked and confused as to what I saw.
All this time I thought that with all the children being aban-
doned, abused, neglected and murdered under the care of
Department of Children and Families the agency was to
blame. I, like a lot of others in the community, felt that DCF
was not doing their job by looking out for the welfare of the
children. I thought that somehow if we fixed the department,
many children could be saved and if they had been more vigi-
lant many children would have not suffered at the hands of
the ones who were supposed to love them.
After sitting all day in the juvenile court watching quietly, I
discovered something very disturbing; DCF is not totally to
blame and maybe not to blame at all.
I watched defense attorneys for the parents argue how the
children should be returned to parents with no regard for the
children or what was best for them. The parents were free of
drugs only a few weeks out of jail, for only a short periods of
time, and some were still on drugs and could not get treat-
ment because of their refusal to quit the drugs they were get-
ting from "doctors," and I use this term lightly as most were
getting their drugs from pain clinics (pill mills).
What I saw next was so disturbing that I thought I was in a
dream. The magistrate who provided over the proceedings
seemed to be angry at every little thing DCF said or objected
to. As DCF and the Guardian ad litem representatives, whose
job it is to watch out for the children, objected to defense
attorney's motions to reunite the children with the parents
until the parents could show that they could care for their
children safely, the magistrate seemed to be a defense attor-
ney for the parents and not looking out for the children's' best
interest.
There was no evidence provided by the parents that they
had truly straightened up their lives and were ready to
responsible parents, none!
One mother was even caught in a lie and this magistrate
just seemed to overlook that fact. After that day, I have a new
reality about our system and believe that if these people we
put over the welfare of our children are not listened to how
can we expect to see anything other than what we read in the
papers?
These are truly the children lost, they have no hope of a bet-
ter life as long as we leave these people in charge and when
we do give them someone to watch over them the magis-
trates, judges and others with the power cannot be allowed to
tie their hands.
So next time you see a headline where a child is found dead
at the hands of someone who loved them, or a child so neg-
lected that their eyes show the emptiness of their souls, don't
assume DCF has failed them. Maybe the blame needs to be
placed at the door steps of the ones who are truly at fault.

Stop sensationalizing

We are heading to our summer place in Maine next week.
One thing that I will not miss is the local TV newscasts. I
have seen newscasts in at least 25 states and I have never
seen any as bad as the ones that we get here. They sensa-
tionalize everything, whether it is the weather or a murder.
Do they really think that we care which station has it first


or has the "inside" information Report the news.Don't try to
influence the news or make it sound like it's a matter of life
or death.

No credit to Obama

To the readers who chose to recently pass out kudos to
Obama, let me remind them that Osama bin Laden was
taken out by intelligence gathering that George Bush put
into place when he was POTUS.
The economy is still tanked, jobs are scarce, unemploy-
ment is not improving, illegals are still pouring over our
Southern borders and none of these issues have been suc-
cessfully addressed by the current administration.
As one reader suggested we will not shut up and on
November 2012, our voices will be heard loud and clear.

Missing puzzle piece

If there is one piece of the health-care puzzle that is most
needed, it is tort reform. Greedy trial lawyers have made an
expensive joke of our medical system.
Health care is not a science. America may have the best
care in the world, but things do go wrong. No amount of liti-
gation is going to make it better, but does make it more
expensive.
The price of medical malpractice insurance is huge. To pro-
tect themselves, doctors routinely order unneeded but costly
tests and procedures. In the end, taxpayers foot the bill.
Campaign contributions from the trial lawyers lobby put
politicians in their debt and should be thoroughly exposed.

No raises for teachers

Another school district is facing a militant teacher's union
determined to get a 5.5 percent pay raise, plus additional
costs because teachers get seniority increases and addition-
al pay for earning graduate credits or college degrees.
Pity the poor taxpayer.

Here's a way to cut spending

To those on the left who say there is no way to cut govern-
ment spending, consider scrapping the redevelopment
assistance capital program, which pumps billions of taxpay-
er dollars into private developments, factories, colleges and
museums.
Entrenched politicians love RACP They use it to get cam-
paign contributions. Taxpayers who are forced to pay the
costs hate it.

Taxpayers get stuck in the end

A clear point of consensus is government made a huge
mistake guaranteeing mortgage-financing grants to Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac. It cost the taxpayers to the tune of
$150 billion and counting.
The best way for government to improve home financing
is to leave it to the profit-making sector.
If a private lender makes too many bad loans, he fails.
Washington just borrows more money and hopes the voters
forget by the time the next election rolls around. In the end,
taxpayers get stuck with the tab.

Change the status quo

Despite what they will tell you, public school teachers
have the best of all worlds.
They have a virtual guarantee of lifetime employment.
Under-performing teachers have become nearly impossi-
ble to fire. Fewer that one out of every 1,000 tenured teach-
ers has been successfully fired and that is usually for serious
misconduct, not poor teaching.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie hit the nail on the head
when he said that teaching is the only profession where
there are no rewards for excellence and no consequences for
failure.
Although the teacher's union will object, the status quo
has got to change.

Don't reduce social programs

Reducing the federal deficit is very necessary, but doing so
by reducing social programs on the needy and at the same
time refusing to consider raising taxes on the wealthy is not
being a responsible legislator.

Reduce military budget

One area to reduce spending would be the military budg-
et. Over the years, the military budget has grown as the U.S.
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and yo yo'ed. Upwards of
60 percent of all car sales
in Florida are spotted.
A "spot" is short for "spot
delivery," which is literally
translated into delivering
your new or used car
purchase immediately, "on
the spot." The spot occurs
as soon as you've picked
out your car and signed all
of the papers. The car
dealer has a lot of reasons
to do this. The biggest
reason is that so you can't
change your mind about
buying that car.
Legally, a contract is
more binding when the
seller and buyer have
exchanged "considera-


tion." Your consideration
to the dealer was paying
him for the car, which
includes down payments, a
trade-in and a contract
promising to make month-
ly payments. The dealer's
consideration to you is the
car which becomes con-
summated when you drive
it home.
Another part of why you
won't change your mind is
that you will take the car
home, park it in your drive
way and tell your neigh-
bors, friends and relatives
that you just bought a new
car. You'll probably also
brag about the fact that
you have good credit, got a
great price, a low interest
rate and a low down
payment. Everybody will
envy you because you can
afford that new car, were
so smart to negotiate such
a good price, and had such
good credit that you got


the lowest interest rate and
down payment.
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trap, you've just been
"puppy dogged." Have you
ever bought a puppy for
your kids and brought it
home from the pet store?
Your kids play with the
new puppy and take it over
to their friends' houses to
brag and tell them what
great parents they have.
What are the odds that
you're going to snatch that
puppy out of your child's
arms and take it back to
the pet store, even if it
poops on your carpet?
As if all that isn't enough,
the dealer has another
reason to spot deliver your
car.
If you traded in your old
car, you can't compare the
price you paid for your
new car because you no
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longer have your trade-in.
Dealers have a vernacular
for this too. It's called "de-
horsing." In fact, a dealer
will often de-horse a
prospect before she picks
out a new car and/or signs
the papers. He will give her
a demo to drive home just
so that he can keep her
from comparing the trade-
in allowance on her old
car.
In fact, the delivery
consideration and the
puppy dog are such strong
tools to keep you from
bringing the car back the
dealer needs an "ace in the
hole" just in case he wants
you to bring the car back.
This could be because he
wants or needs you to pay
more for the car, pay a
higher interest rate or
down payment or have a
cosigner on the install-
ment sales contract.
The dealer's ace in the
hole is another contract
known as the "yo yo" or
rescission agreement. This
piece of paper, which you
might not even remember
signing, says that you have
to bring your new car back
if the dealer cannot find a
lender who will approve
your credit, down pay-
ment, interest rate and/or
amount financed.
A yo yo goes out and
back and of course,
rescission means the
contract is canceled. The
yo yo agreement says that
if you refuse to bring the
car back, the dealer can
repossess the car and
charge you a high fee for
its usage until you do bring
it back, like 50 cents a mile
and $50 a day plus his
costs of recovery.
If the dealer did not have
this agreement signed, you
could keep the car and
make your monthly
payments to the dealer at
terms and conditions you
originally signed. Dealers
won't do this because they
don't get all of their money
up front as they do when
they sell the finance


contract to the bank. They
also don't like it because
they assume the credit risk
if the buyer defaults.
An interesting question
to ponder is whether the
dealer knew in advance
that he could not find a
lender who would finance
your car with such a low
down payment, such a low
interest rate, for that little
number of months. Why
would he do such a terrible
thing?
Well he may think that
you will fall in love with
that car so deeply that you
will agree to pay him more
profit in terms of higher
interest and down pay-
ment.
He might know that you
won't want to suffer the
embarrassment of telling
your family, friends and
neighbors that your credit
isn't as good as you told
them it was and you really
aren't so smart that you
negotiated such a low
price and down payment.
There's even a good
argument to be made for
the fact that the spot
delivery is illegal and
perhaps even criminal,
because it's a violation of
the Federal Truth in
Lending Act.
Without getting too
technical, the signing of
the yo-yo agreement
violates TILA because it
means that the dealer is
not the actual creditor. The
finance contract you and
he signed is almost mean-
ingless and used only to
take you out of the market.
The only meaning is that
you may have the option of
signing a new contract, but
this one might be for more
money down, a higher


interest rate and/or longer
terms.
If you're interested in the
legal specifics of why the
spot delivery and yo yo
agreement are illegal and
possibly criminal, click on
www.IngalsbeMemoSpot-
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This legal memo was
written by an attorney,
Raymond Ingalsbe, who is
an expert on car dealers'
illegal practices. He has
practiced law in Palm
Beach County for more
than 40 years and sues
only car dealers. He even
helps train other lawyers
how to sue car dealers. In
fact, he sued me several
time before I cleaned up
may act and entered my
phase as a "recovering car
dealer."
The bottom line is that
you should not allow
yourself to be spot deliv-
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not, it's certainly not a
smart move for the buyer.
You wouldn't move into a
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approved your mortgage
would you?
When you drive that new
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that your credit has been
approved by the lender for
all terms and conditions
such as interest rate,
number of months, down
payment and who signed
the contract (is a consigner
required).
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few days, that's good, too,
because it allows you time
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attempts to be the police-
man of the world. At last
count, the Pentagon had 865
military bases in more than
40 countries. We have estab-
lished an empire, much like
other countries have done
throughout the centuries.
We all know what happened
to those countries that have
established empires in the
past. The same fate awaits
us if we do not start now to
reduce our military expo-
sure throughout the world.

More harm
than good?

The U.S. spent $698 bil-
lion on the military in 2010
while China spent $119 bil-
lion. President Eisenhower
warned America about the
growth of the military indus-
trial complex. With every
passing year, the military
consumes more of our tax
dollars. To feed the military
with more tax dollars results
in fewer dollars being spent
on needed social and educa-


tional programs.
Our military presence
throughout the world many
times does more harm than
good. We did not like the
British Redcoats in the Eng-
lish colonies during our
early period. Let us not for-
get the Boston Tea Party and
the Boston Massacre.
We have been told over
and over again about our
presence in Iraq and
Afghanistan that we are
alienating precisely the peo-
ple we claim to be saving for
democracy.
In summary, bring our
troops home. Let us dis-
mantle the American
empire that has grown larger
and larger since World War
II. Maintaining the Ameri-
can empire is very costly
and not in our best interest
or anyone else, except the
military industrial complex.

Blaming Obama

We don't have to look very
far to see why it costs so
much to fill up the gas tank
in the family car. Trillion
dollar deficits lead to weak-
ening the dollar, which
makes foreign oil more


expensive.
Our muddled policy
toward Libya and the Mid-
dle East has worsened the
uncertainty there. And,
President Obama's off-
shore drilling ban restricts
supply and raises prices.
Current policies in Wash-
ington threaten to make the
situation worse, not better.

Someone's
speaking out

Finally, we have someone
speaking out about the
pathetic state of our legal
system.
Pennsylvania Chief Jus-
tice Ronald D. Castille, criti-
cizing a 100-page filing by
government lawyers, called
it "perverse." The so-called
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frustrate the legitimate
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politicians who permit it to
continue endlessly.

Suggestions
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Suggestions that in order
to avoid bankruptcy the
U.S. should limit the growth
of Social Security and
Medicare are considered to
be the third rail of politics.
The Department of Com-
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items, including jewelry,
yachts, sports cars, alco-
holic beverages and candy,
has risen to 11.2 percent of
total consumption spend-
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1959.
Sounds like if we really
want to save our country,
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without too much sacrifice.

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There may be some
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Soaring with the eagles


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Taylor Phillips, 12, of Palm City took on the role of pilot under the guidance of Ron
Rowars, a licensed pilot volunteering his time and aircraft to the Experimental Aircraft
Association, Treasure Coast Chapter, during the annual 'Learn to Fly' Day at Witham Field
Saturday, May 21. "That morning, I almost asked my dad not to take me and allow me to
stay home because I was scared to death at the thought of controlling an airplane. I con-
vinced myself to go and I ended up having a fantastic time and look forward to partici-
pating in this program again," said Taylor.


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
The north end of Roosevelt Bridge in northern Martin County has a totally different look
from the air to first-time pilot/passenger Taylor Phillips, 12, of Palm City. Taylor was flown
by Ron Rowars, a licensed pilot volunteering his time and aircraft to the Experimental Air-
craft Association, Treasure Coast Chapter during the annual 'Learn to Fly' Day at Witham
Field Saturday, May 21.


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dled northwest of
Indiantown and burned
another 92 acres. It travelled
20 acres beyond the main
fire, burned through pas-
tures and travelled toward
Warfield Boulevard.
The fires have prompted
officials to issue warnings to
residents to take precau-
tions when travelling
through the smoke.
The best decision is to
avoid driving in smoke if
possible, to avoid danger
from impaired visibility,
they said.


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Photo courtesy Thomas Reid
Photo courtesy Thomas Reid


State correctional officer Mykel McMurren enjoys his
dream job in law enforcement at Martin Correctional Insti-
tution.


Guard
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position with the state
offered job security, a
chance at a good retirement
and the opportunity to work
in a field that had always
intrigued him.
Behind the walls of Martin
Correctional Institution, Mr.
McMurren is now one of 384
employees, including a
security branch, medical
staff, maintenance crew and
support workers, at the state
facility that houses about
1,300 inmates.
It's a world that few out-
siders ever get to see.
"We know we're doing our
job right when no one hears
about us," said Col. Kevin
McAuley.
At age 26, and three and a
half years into his career as a
certified state correctional
officer, Mr. McMurren said
he soon realized the televi-
sion show took significant
liberties in exaggerating the
violence of prison life.
"It's nothing like that.
They amplified it 100 times,"
he said. "But working here,
they say you should be a lit-
tle afraid, and if you say
you're not, then you're lying.
You have people in here for
anything from robbery to
murder, so you always have
to be a little apprehensive. I
try to look out for my fellow
officers, too, because you
just never know."
Mr. McMurren has spent
countless hours patrolling
the yards at Martin Correc-
tional Institution, giving


orders to get groups of
inmates from large cell
blocks or houses and move
them like clockwork along
marked walkways to the
library, dining area, chapel,
recreational grounds or
other spots throughout the
prison.
Working in sweltering
heat, he is systematic, keen-
ly observant, memorizing
the faces of the hundreds of
inmates who walk past,
noticing if one has attempt-
ed to make an unscheduled
visit to the yard, get a sec-
ond serving of lunch or if
prisoners loiter near the
canteen.
His job puts him in daily
contact with hundreds of
prisoners incarcerated at
the Martin Correctional
Institution. Every inmate is
a felon, convicted on
charges that include rape,
burglary, assault, child
molestation and murder.
"No matter what your per-
sonal feelings, you leave
them at the gate," said Mr.
McMurren.
That, he said, is one of the
key lessons he learned
working behind the prison
walls.
"No matter their crime,
you have to treat them all
the same," he said.
Part of an officer's respon-
sibilities is protecting
inmates, and sometimes,
the threat comes from con-
tagious diseases, said Victor
Sanchez, a correctional offi-
cer stationed at the infir-
mary.
Not carefully contained,
even the flu could turn into


"But working here, they say you should be a
little afraid, and if you say you're not, then
you're lying ."


Mykel McMurren
State correctional officer

an epidemic, and it's up to
staff to ensure this doesn't
happen, he said.
It's one of a thousand
tasks an officer performs
behind the prison walls.
As he goes through his day
coordinating the movement
of prisoners, the young
guard is enthusiastic and
energetic. He is part of the
prison's first response team,
which means he is often
among the first to answer
any calls for assistance.
One of his colleagues
referred to him as a model
guard and his boss, Warden
Thomas Reid, called him
part of the pulse of the com-
pound.
"When I first started, I
didn't know anything. This
job is 90 percent on-the-job
training," Mr. McMurren
said. "I kept telling my wife
I'll give it one more week,
and I'm glad I did."
But the job has not been
without its dark moments.
One came during the cor-
rectional officer's stint in the
confinement block, which
houses prisoners charged
with committing additional
crimes while in prison.
During his patrol, Mr.
McMurren noticed an
inmate standing on a toilet
with a noose made from
ripped bed sheets around
his neck. The man was sec-
onds away from hanging
himself.
Mr. McMurren charged in,
called another officer for
assistance, restrained the
man and took him to
prison's in-house psychi-
atric services. Throughout
the guards' intervention, the
inmate remained complete-
ly silent.
"I was shocked," Mr.
McMurren said. "I'd never
seen anything like that
except for on TV. I've never
seen anybody try to take
their own life."
But that same prison
block is where he said he
learned some of his tough-
est lessons.
There, he encountered
prisoners who seemingly
had no fear of further pun-
ishment and blatantly broke


rules and challenged offi-
cers.
"It gives you a very tough
skin," he said.
As he is managing the flow
of inmates in the yard, Mr.
McMurren gets a call to help
take photographs of a scene
to help build a case against
an inmate who just exposed
his genitals to a female offi-
cer.
If the lewd exposure has
shaken her, his colleague
doesn't show it. She has
already moved on and is
taking an inventory of the
inmate's possessions to
transfer him to another
building.
Among the inmate's pos-
sessions are not one, but
two copies of the Holy Bible,
several packages of legal
documents and honey-fla-
vored snacks.
"This (job) takes dedica-
tion and guts," said Warden
Reid. "It takes a certain indi-
vidual to do this job, get out
there and stick to it. You're
out there against 500 to 700
convicted felons. It's a tal-
ent. It's not for everybody."
A few feet from his desk,
the warden keeps a framed
copy of the "correctional
officer's prayer," which asks
for dedication to the job,
community and the ability
to keep others safe. The last
line reads, "And please Lord,
through it all, be at my side."
It's especially meaningful
to Warden Reid, a 20-year
corrections veteran who was
a major at the Charlotte
Correctional Institution in
June 2003 when inmates
killed Officer Darla Lathrem,
who was supervising a con-
struction squad, in a case
that drew national atten-
tion.
"I remember it vividly," he
said. "This is a job that typi-
cally everything goes right,
but at any given time, it
could go wrong. You never
know what to expect in this
environment. It's an unpre-
dictable career. The men
and women who do this
every day enter the gates
hoping that they go home,
but understand there's a
possibility they might not."


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Obituaries


John H. Ornellas
John H. Ornellas, 72, of
Palm City, died May 11,
2011.
He was born in Honolulu
and lived in Palm City for 15
years.
He served in the Army
National Guard.
He was a member of Holy
Redeemer Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife
of 53 years, Joan; a son,
John; a daughter, Jennifer; a
brother, Harry and two
grandchildren.
Arrangements are under
the direction of the Forest
Hills Funeral Homes Palm
City Chapel.

Dale Ignatowski
Dale Ignatowski, 49, of
Jensen Beach, died May 11,
2011.
He was born in Chicago
and lived in Stuart for 17
years.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Jody.
He is survived by three
daughters, Shannon,
Meghan and Melissa; two
sons, Ryan and Tommy; two
sisters, Linda and Karen;
two brothers, Wayne and
Jim and two grandchildren.
Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home &
Crematory Treasure Coast
Chapel.

Milton A Stein
Milton A Stein, 86, of
Jensen Beach, died May 13,
2011.
He was born in Detroit
and lived in Stuart for 30
years.
He served in the U.S.
Navy during World War II.
He was a member of the
Stuart and Port St. Lucie
Elks.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Alfred and
Alma.
He is survived by his wife
of 38 years, Helen; a step-
daughter, Jan; a son, Gary;


two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home &
Crematory.

Jack J. Jenkins

Jack J. Jenkins, 92, of Stu-
art, died May 11, 2011.
He was born in Colum-
bus, Ohio, and lived in Stu-
art for 37 years.
He served in the U.S.
Army during World War II.
He is survived by a son,
Gary; four grandchildren
and four great- grandchil-
dren.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Isabel.
Arrangements by Forest
Hills Funeral Homes.

Elizabeth Ranken

Elizabeth Ranken, 57, of
Jensen Beach, died May 9,
2011.


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She was born in Queens,
N.Y., and moved to Jensen
Beach 18 years ago.
She was preceded in
death by her mother, Mari-
on.
She is survived by her
father, Frank; her husband
Peter; two daughters, Carey
and Meghan; a son, Byron; a
brother, Frank and two
grandchildren.
Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home &
Crematory Treasure Coast
Chapel.

Howard Douglas
Hinkle
Howard Douglas Hinkle,
86, of Jensen Beach, died
May 13, 2011.
He was born in Amster-
dam, N.Y., and moved to
Jensen Beach 20 years ago.

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Have you been hopelessly searching for the best possible learning environment for your child
or children, from infancy to Universal Pre-K ages, to attend while you're working? Allow the
caring and dependable staff at Pebblestone Academy to give you a tour of their facility. They are
always happy to answer your questions and will keep you informed of your child's development.
Their emphasis is on providing a nurturing and healthy environment while allowing the children
that attend to grow and explore their endless curiosity. Offering the latest development of
learning toys and equipment, the staff at Pebblestone Academy welcomes your child to a world
full of acceptance and warmth and their trained teachers encourage the children to learn. They
know that when it comes to something as priceless as your child or children, you deserve to find
the very best. At Pebblestone Academy they can offer you just that. From spacious rooms full
of friendly faces to two (2) separate playgrounds made for good times. They desire to make each
individual child feel special from A to Z! This includes catered breakfast, lunch and afternoon
snack with their juices and milk. They will be having Universal Pre-K sign-ups on June 1, 2011
from 3:30 - 6:00pm with representatives from the Early Learning Coalition of Martin County.
Bring in this flier and your $45.00 Wrap-Around Registration Fee will be waived. This offer is
only good through June 30, 2011.
The authors of this 2011 Summer Local business Update suggest that you stop by
Pebblestone Academy, Inc. at 1200 SE Dixie Cut-Off Road in Stuart, phone number (772)
463-0012.
Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches
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Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches qualified specialists and allergy prevention services
are nothing to sneeze at! Their impressive experience and expertise allow them to care for and
treat seasonal and perennial rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis sinusitis, food allergies, insect and
animal allergies, angioedema, eczema and other allergic conditions.
If you've ever suffered from a cold that you never really recovered from, or one that recurs each
year at the same time, then you would benefit from their services. Other symptoms, including
hives or shortness of breath can be extremely uncomfortable, and possibly life threatening without
proper treatment. Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches utilizes a number of methods to
properly diagnose and treat your allergic condition. Skin testing is performed with such common
allergens as pollen, dust mites, mold and animal dander to pinpoint the cause of your allergic
discomfort. Prescription medications and immunology are available and carefully administered
by their qualified, licensed professionals when necessary. They file all insurance billing claims
and accept most major credit cards for your convenience. Allergies are increasingly becoming
the most common chronic illness in our society. Don't let allergy related symptoms prevent you
from enjoying life.
The authors of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you schedule a
confidential appointment with Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches, located at 618 SE
Ocean Blvd. in Stuart, phone (772) 221-3900, and win the war against your allergies. Visit
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Are you really prepared for the hurricane season? Preparing for these certain storms is NOT
a luxury. It is an absolute necessity. So the next time your home gets pounded with thunder
storms, tropical storms and hurricanes with winds up to 140 miles per hour and faster you will
be confident with your shutter protection! Mastercare Shutter Corporation delivers premium
quality hurricane protection within an acceptable time frame and reasonable price.
Mastercare Shutter Corporation, phone (772) 545-3300, has over 23 years experience in
the shutter industry. Every job is inspected by a specialist for an exacting fit. Your satisfaction
is guaranteed! They install Roll Shutters, Accordion Shutters, Bahama and Colonial Shutters,
Hurricane Storm Panels and Armor Screen. Their shutters are tested and approved and pass
all current state codes for hurricane protection and impact. Also, all products come with full
manufacturer's warranty for 5 years on parts and labor.
Mastercare Shutter Corporation will meet with you at your home to discuss your options on
how to make your home ready for a hurricane. All estimates are free with no obligation. They
strive to deliver the best quality products on time, every time.
The authors of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update urge our readers to contact
Mastercare Shutter Corporation today at (772) 545-3300 to find out more information on
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too late!
Harriet Aronson, A.S.I.D.
Serving the Area for Over 20 Years
When you invite Harriet Aronson into your home or business, you will feel comfortable that
she is a qualified interior designer to assume the responsibility for providing you with excellent
design, quality craftsmanship and high ethical standards. Harriet Aronson also has a long list
of credentials and keeps her licensing current with her continuing education credits.
Harriet Aronson is a residential, commercial and hospitality interior designer specializing in
design and space planning. Her goal is to determine and create an environment that is a reflection
of you and your needs - whether you're doing a single room, remodeling a kitchen or bathroom,
an entire home or home staging to assist in the sale of your home. She is always persistent about
meeting your budget, timing and design requirements. Best of all, Harriet Aronson listens and
works in a way that is comfortable and productive to you. Every project is unique, since each
client has a distinct vision. Let the interior design professional, Harriet Aronson, bring your
vision to life.
The authors of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you call Harriet
Aronson today at (772) 283-8405, and schedule your appointment or request more
information. Visit her website at www.harrietaronson.com. She is a professional member
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Treasure Coast Ear Nose & Throat
Dr. Daniel E. Sharkey, Dr. Stuart J. Sabol, Dr. Robert A. Nunez
Treasure Coast Ear Nose & Throat, located at 2221 SE Ocean Blvd. in Stuart, phone (772)
220-8459, specializes in the treatment of patients with ear, nose and throat problems. They
make it a priority to establish a personal relationship with each patient. Their goal is to help you
achieve optimal health by using the least amount of medicines and the most amount of practical
advice.
They treat adults and children who suffer from ear, nose and throat problems. Their expertise
is in endoscopic sinus surgery, head and neck surgery, facial plastic surgery, snoring and sleep
apnea problems, hearing and dizziness problems, and hearing aid sales.
This family-oriented professional practice offers the personal attention you deserve, with the
medical expertise you demand. The experienced physicians and staff believe in treating each
patient with highest level of competence and compassion.
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Avoid the 12 deadly sins of coaches


Nathan Washer has been
coaching children for 20
years in his native England
and, for the past nine
years, as athletic director at
The Pine School.
A former professional
rugby player in England,
Coach Washer turned his
attention to coaching
soccer and lacrosse at TPS.
In his role at The Pine
School, he is responsible
for hiring, providing
orientation and supervis-
ing 54 coaches. No TPS
coach is hired without first
going through an extensive
interview and orientation
process with Coach
Washer. New coaches are
also assigned an experi-
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work with before they
become a head coach at
the school.
In CoachWasher's nine
years as athletic director,
Pine School teams have
won 34 conference titles at
the middle- and lower-
school levels.
In the three short years


Obituaries
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He was preceded in death
by his wife of 58 years,
Dorothy.
He is survived by a daugh-
ter, Janice; two sons, Grego-
ry and Doug; a brother,
Rodney; six grandchildren
and four great-grandchil-
dren.


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Nathan Washer


the school has offered a
nine throughl2 high school
program, Pine athletes
have won 21 individual
district titles and two team
district titles.
Here is a list of Coach
Washer's "12 deadly sins"
every successful coach
should avoid.
As youth sports leagues
expand in communities all
across America, more
coaches are needed to
work with our children. *
Not having a plan for


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Marion Hall

Marion Hall, 83, of Stuart,
died May 14, 2011.
She was born in Falls
River, Mass., and lived in
Stuart for 33 years.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two
sons, Alan and Stephen; a


practice. Never "wing it."
Plan the session, and make
sure there is flexibility in
your plan if everything
doesn't go perfectly.
* Not having fun at
practice. Plan for fun,
smile and be enthusiastic.
We all learn better when we
are also enjoying it.
* Showing a lack of
courtesy. You can be a
respected coach if the
respect is mutual. Parents
shouldn't be the enemy.
* Acting before thinking
it through. Look at every
situation from both sides.
* Failing to keep your
word. Don't make promises
you can't keep, especially
to a child.
* Thinking you have all
the answers. No one ever
stops learning.
* Not asking for help.
Seek advice from experi-
enced coaches and aid
from helpful parents.
* Trying to be the "popu-
lar coach." Keeping
everyone blissfully happy
is difficult to impossible.


sister, Edith and five grand-
children.
She was preceded in
death by her husband of 43
years, Alan.
Arrangements by Forest
Hills Funeral Homes -
Young and Prill Chapel, Stu-
art.

Mary Louise Ewing
Mary Louise Ewing, 90, of
Stuart, died April 22, 2011.


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Clarify your expectations
and methods of communi-
cation at a parent meeting
at the start of the season.
* Failing to get to know
each child. Know every
name, and don't play
favorites.
* Stressing about things
beyond your control.
Concentrate on enjoying
the time you have with the
team. You can't control the
rest.
* Becoming the show. It's
about the children, coach,
not you.
Avoiding these 12 deadly
sins will be a major step in
ensuring your experience
as a coach is a positive
one.
Nathan Washer is
athletic director at The
Pine School. He was
recently named the 2011
Teacher of Excellence at the
Upper School in Hobe
Sound.


She was born in New York
and lived in Stuart for seven
years.
She was a real estate
agent in New York City.
She was preceded in
death by a brother, Gerritt
and her parents.
She is survived by several
nieces and nephews
Arrangements by All
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By Samantha Joseph
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MARTIN COUNTY - A
beautifully dressed,
kimono-clad hostess greets
visitors at Spring Hibachi &
Sushi Buffet, setting the
pace for the dining experi-
ence.
Everything at this month-
old Stuart restaurant is a
celebration of Japanese cui-
sine and fresh, ready-to-eat
seafood.
Pass the foyer and the
serving stations resemble
small ships bearing colorful
cargo, artwork depicts
romantic Japanese gardens,
large silk potted plants dec-
orate the room, a kimono
and other traditional wear
adorn various walls and
large bottles of sake to go
await.
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Photo courtesy Carol Chou
More than 50 varieties of sushi and sashimi, plus an array of other dishes of Japanese
cuisine and fresh, ready-to-eat seafood are on the menu every day at Spring Hibachi &


Sushi Buffet in Stuart.
spread of more than 50 vari-
eties of sushi and sashimi,
plus an array of other dish-
es, including tempura
chicken, spring rolls,
shrimp salad, fried squid,
barbeque ribs, grilled
salmon, chicken kabobs,
octopus, snapper and
Japanese-style steak.
"We have something dif-
ferent every day," said Carol
Chou, assistant manager.
And there's a chef at the
hibachi station to fix it just
the way patrons want it,
too.
"It's cooked right in front
of you. You choose your


ingredients, anything from
fresh vegetables to shrimp,
scallops or flank steak, your
gravy, whatever you like,
and it's prepared just for
you," Ms. Chou said.
The buffet includes a
choice of soups, including
hot and sour, miso and
seafood.
It also offers a variety of
desserts on any given day,
with orange, coconut and
coffee cakes, chocolate
puffs and several flavors of
ice cream.
But it's the hand-rolled
Japanese delicacies that are
the true show stoppers,


making Spring Hibachi &
Sushi Buffet paradise for
sushi lovers.
Just about every sushi roll
ever created is on the menu,
and if it isn't, staffers say
patrons need only ask.
"You name it, we make
it," Ms. Chou said.
On a recent visit, an intri-
cate arch of dancing eel
rolls topped with avocado,
decorated a platter of queen
rolls made with salmon and
cream cheese, spring rolls
made with deep-fried crab,
Boston rolls with shrimp
See SUSHI, B3


Aries-March 21-April 19
You have a full plate in life. You
could say this is a feast in your
honor. Everyone knows how
responsible you are. Just be
careful you don't get indiges-
tion by taking on more than
you can digest Everyone has
limits. Choice comes from
instincts. Be open to listening
and everything will work out
well.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
Recent insight and learning has
given ideas about how to
make life work more smoothly.
You are a tireless worker. You
can always be counted on. You
are always there for your
friends. You have a good heart
and spirit. These are the main
tools for happiness. Just be
sure to take care of your own
emotional needs as well.
Gemini-May 21 -June 21
Gemini is an air sign. Air repre-
sents the mind and communi-
cations. You were born to
reach out and influence other's
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FRIDAY, MAY 27
* Operation Take Time to
Honor, presented through the
combined efforts of Southeast-
ern Military Academy and
Road to Victory military
museum will be held at
Tradition to honor Floridians
who have made the ultimate
sacrifice defending our
freedom. A memorial field will
be erected at Tradition in Port
St. Lucie, next to the Welcome
Center. Each marker bears a
hand-stamped dog tag, with
the name of a Floridian who
made the ultimate sacrifice.
Operation Take Time to Honor
will open with a dedication
ceremony, open to the public
at 5 p.m., featuring special
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honor guard. The grounds will
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sentries and open to visitors
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more information, call 772)
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Tickets are $3 and may be
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Planetarium shows are
recommended for adults and
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temperature is maintained at
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want to bring a light jacket or
sweater. Seating is limited.
FRIDAY, MAY 27-
SUNDAY, MAY 29
* Step "Into the Woods" as
Jensen Beach High Drama
Club presents Stephen
Sondheim's most popular and
Tony award winning musical.
Inspired by the timeless tales
of the Brothers Grimm, the
musical tells the story of a
baker and his wife who
journey into the woods on a
quest to lift a witch's curse. On
the way they cross paths with
Little Red Riding Hood,
Rapunzel, Cinderella Jack (of
beanstalk fame) and other
fairy tale characters. Perfor-
mances will be held at Jensen
Beach High School Performing
Arts Center, 2875 Goldenrod
Road, Jensen Beach, Friday,
May 27 at 7 p.m., Saturday,
May 28 at 2 and 7 p.m., and
Sunday, May 29 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $10
for students with an ID,
children under 10 are free
when accompanied by an
adult. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the door or by
calling the box office (772)
232-3500, Ext. 180.


SATURDAY, MAY 28
* Snippets from "The
Fantasticks" presented by
Shiloh Theatrical Productions
at 2:30 p.m. at the Blake
Library in Stuart. The approxi-
mately one-hour presentation
is free and open to the public.
No tickets or reservations are
required. The longest-running
production of any kind in the
world, "The Fantasticks" is a
timeless fable of love that
manages to be nostalgic and
universal at the same time.
The script's breathtaking
poetry is punctuated by a
series of catchy songs,
including one of Broadway's
most memorable, "Try to
Remember." The full produc-
tion, directed by Tom Farley
with musical direction by Betty
Saunders, runs June 1-5 at the
Lyric Theatre in historic
downtown Stuart.
* Everything you wanted to
know about wine. Join Brent
from A Picky Gourmet wine
shop to learn about different
grapes, wine types and food
pairings. Begins at 10:30 a.m.
at the Hoke Library, Communi-
ty Room, 1150 N.W. Jack
Williams Way, Jensen Beach.
Free and open to the public.
No reservations required. For
more information or to learn
about the Martin County
Library System pick up a
Library Connection at any
Martin County library, call
(772) 221-1403, or visit
www.library.martin.fl.us.
SUNDAY, MAY 29
* Port Salerno art show
from noon-6 p.m. at The Fish
House Art Center with live
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Scopes
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lives. The key to a sharp clear
mind is an open, loving heart.
Kind- minded Gemini's keep
these channels open. The heart
is the motivator to action. When
you achieve positive results it's
because you are open and
flowing.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
A moon child is a water sign.
Water represents the heart and
emotions. You were born with
a great heart and you know
how to use it. It is like radar
monitoring the energy of those
around you. You are sensitive to
this energy. This strong nature
makes you a star in service and
help to family and friends.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Get focused, stay on the edge
and take care of details. The big
things are made up of many lit-
tle things. Touch all the bases
on your journey. You have a
double set of skills. You work
well as an individual but you
also are an excellent team play-
er. This dual leadership is a
great asset when starting, man-
aging and finishing prime proj-
ects.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept.22
You have a strong belief in
doing things right. This is a
major factor in your personal,


Sushi
From page B1

lettuce and avocado and
sweet potato rolls.
The spread included Cali-
fornia rolls with shrimp
topped with mango;
Philadelphia rolls; shrimp
tempura rolls with crab, eel
and smoked salmon;
salmon-skin rolls; eel maki;
rainbow rolls; octopus with
ponzu sauce; chicken tem-
pura; black pepper tuna;


professional and social success.
When you get that "right" feel-
ing nothing can slow you down
or stop you from victory over
life. Your large reservoir of love,
patience and understanding is
icing on the cake.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
Live life like there is no tomor-
row. True, you have to plan for
tomorrow, but stay focused on
doing what you love today.
Staying centered and following
your heart is the key to happi-
ness. Your passion for life is
another of your special gifts. If
your heart isn't in it, don't do it.
Life is going your way.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov.21
Keep striving for spiritual bal-
ance. Stay active and keep
moving. Focus on fun things
and laugh a lot. If it doesn't
bring joy, don't do it Resist act-
ing until you feel inspiration.
Then bring your visions into
realities. When you live this way
you honor the ancient universal
law of be fruitful and multiply.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Courage in the face of adversity
is one of your greatest virtues.
When the chips are down, you
keep an eye on the goal and
keep on keeping on. You make
a good captain of the ship. You
always bring it safely through
the storm. Be sure to take a
break after meeting great chal-
lenges. This recharge time gives


salmon roe; cucumber rolls
and various spicy rolls.
The sashimi entrOes for
the taking were an array of
yellowtail, tuna, squid and
salmon.
For patrons not in the
mood for buffet dining, the
restaurant offers a la carte
choices, with sushi rolls
priced at about $4.50. Its
staff also serves sake, beer
and wine.
With buffet lunches
priced at $12.95, this Stuart
newcomer is an instant


you the vision and energy for
the next journey.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
When you choose to let your
higher nature and purpose
guide you, you find patience
and wiser decisions are made.
The lower nature ruled by the
ego wants it all now. Separate
positive ideas from the nega-
tives and work on the most
important positives first. Your
inner guidance will tell you
when to act This is a winning
formula.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Strong attention to details con-
tinues to bring positive results
to your life. Another reason is
the good heartedness and nur-
turing you give others. Life,
adventure and nature are your
true domains. You calculate the
odds and then take action.
These three virtues separate
you from the masses and make
you a champion in all you try.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Pisces is the omega of the zodi-
ac family. Your strong, sensitive
inner nature and guidance is
the fuel for your spirit. You
refuse to let the world or nega-
tive people pull you too far
away from your center. Give
thanks daily for this greatest of
universal blessings. It is the light
and power to keep you going
no matter what challenge is
facing you.


favorite.
Hibachi & Sushi Buffet is
located at 5801 S.E. Federal
Highway, next to Bealls at
the intersection of Cove Road
and US 1. It's open for lunch
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
Monday to Saturdays. It
serves dinner at 5 p.m. to
9:30 p.m. Monday to Thurs-
days and until 10:30 p.m. on
Saturday and Sundays. It's
open from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30
p.m. on Sundays.
For more information, call
(772) 220-1520.


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owned by Six Times Grammy Award Winner, Gloria Estefan and her
husband, Music Producer-Emilio
Estefan. Chef Rodriguez, a Cuban-
American, has worked in some of the
best restaurants in Miami Beach as well
as Larios and Oriente, where he fine-
tuned his Cuban culinary repertoire.
Chef David has been an active member
Chef by the Prestigious James Beard
Foundation.
Prior to relocating to South Florida,
Rodriguez made his mark on the hospi-
tality scene in New Jersey. Most recent- /
ly he was executive chef for the ,.
Doubletree Hotel in Somerset, where he
oversaw a culinary team of 45.
Previously he served as Executive Chef for
the Place at Somerset Park, as chef at The Old Mill Inn of
Bernardsville, chef for the critically acclaimed Dining Room at The
Hilton Short Hills, and as banquet manager/chef at the Parsippany
Hilton. Rodriguez launched his culinary career at the Rihga Royal
Hotel in Manhattan.
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MARTIN COUNTY-The
sixth annual Summer Slam
Jam, hosted by the Martin
County Parks and Recre-
ation Department is set to
take place on June 4 from 3-
7 p.m. at Stuart's public
beach.
The summer concert
event features an eclectic
mix of music by local bands,
as well as high-energy Dis
and a grand finale dance.
Summer Slam Jam offers
patrons more than just great


music. Teens can enjoy
inflatable games such as a
bungee trampoline and
obstacle course, henna art,
games, prizes, free give-
aways and food vendors.
The first 200 teens at the
event will receive a free
Summer Slam Jam T-shirt.
The free community
event is made possible by
the Children's Services
Council of Martin County.
Vendor opportunities are
still available.
For more information, call
(772) 221-1430 or e-mail
bgreen@martin.fl.us.


Pirates Cove Resort &
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Molly's House will host a
pret a manger on July 11,
from 5:3 -8 p.m.
The event will feature top
area chefs, delectable small
plates of culinary delights, a
silent auction, 50/50 draw-
ing, recipes and more.
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town News and Bryan Gar-
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Company will judge the
samples at 5 p.m., awarding
winning chefs with ribbons.
Tickets are $30 each and
must be purchased prior to
the event. Only 150 tickets
will be sold. Parking is avail-
able on Osceola Street in
front of the House.
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area restaurant representa-


tives will be located on each
floor of the three-story, Vic-
torian-style house, as well as
in the Molly's House parking
lot.
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Harbor Grill and The Dia-
mond Tea Room & Bistro are
just a few restaurants
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fish, meatless meals, etc.)
and desserts or pastries.
Proceeds support the
Molly's House Adopt a Fami-
ly program that subsidizes
room costs for patients and
their families experiencing a
medical crisis on the Trea-
sure Coast.
Molly's House is a 501(c)3
hospital hospitality house
that provides temporary
lodging for patients and
their families who are in a
medical crisis and receiving
medical care on the Treasure
Coast.
Molly's House services
Palm Beach, Martin, St.
Lucie, Indian River and
Okeechobee counties.
The house has 14 bed-
rooms with private baths, a
living room, two kitchens,
laundry, chapel and outside
areas for relaxing.
Since opening in 1996,
Molly's House is dedicated
to keeping families together
and has helped more than
12,000 individuals.
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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


Spring dance recital


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the artistic director Loretta Miller during the school's 20th anniversary spring performance on Friday, May 20 at South
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music all day and hand-made
vendor area with select, Florida
hand-made items, and Kids
Cabana. For more information,
call (772) 919-2244.
MONDAY, MAY 30
* The National Navy UDT-
SEAL Museum will host a
Memorial Day ceremony at 10
a.m. In honor of Memorial Day,
the museum will be open and
admission will be free. For
more information, call (913)
244-4782 or e-mail at
Rolf.Snyder@gmail.com.
* The Port St. Lucie Parks
and Recreation Department
will host the city's annual
Memorial Day ceremony at
10 a.m., at Veterans Memorial
Park. The Port St. Lucie
Community Band will perform.
Seating is limited, so early
arrival is recommended. Lawn
chairs are welcome. Veterans
Memorial Park is located at
2100 S.E. Veterans Memorial
Parkway. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 878-2277.
* Island Kayak, 10 a.m.-1
p.m., $35 with snack (MOEC
members $33). A chance to
see dolphin, osprey, pelicans,
sea turtles and sometimes
manatee as kayakers explore
the islands off of Fort Pierce.
Suitable for all ages. Call (772)
466-1600, Ext 3071 for
information.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1
* St. Lucie County Chamber
of Commerce's Multi-Cultural
Council will meet at 8:30 a.m.
at the Hibiscus Children's
Center, 7410 S U.S. 1, Port St.
Lucie.
* St. Lucie County Chamber
of Commerce and AT&T's
legislative wrap-up luncheon
will be held at 11:30 a.m. at
Tradition Town Hall, 10489
S.W. Meeting St., Port St Lucie.
The cost is $25 and attendees


must RSVP online at
www.StLucieChamber.org.
Speakers invited to appear are
Rep. Gayle Harrell, Rep.
Debbie Mayfield, Rep. Steve
Perman, Rep. William Snyder
and Sen. Joe Negron.
FRIDAY, JUNE 3
* IRSC professor series: Abe
Lincoln: The Transition,
presented by Robert R. Farley
at 2 p.m. at the Blake Library in
Stuart, 2351 S.E. Monterey
Road. Free and open to the
public. For more information,
call (772) 221-1403, pick up a
Library Connection at any
branch library or visit the
library web site at
www.library.martin.fl.us.
* Friday Fest at Marina
Square in downtown Fort
Pierce, from 5:30-9 p.m. Live
music from OPM Band. Food,
kid's entertainment, beer tent
and free admission.
* "Know the Flow" water
workshop for residents,
businesses and homeowner
associations from 1-4 p.m. at
the Havert L. Fenn Center on
Virginia Avenue. Officials from
various agencies including St.
Lucie County, the City of Fort
Pierce, South Florida Water
Management District and the
North St. Lucie River and Fort
Pierce Farms Water Control
Districts will discuss stormwa-
ter regulations, water quality
issues, water-use restrictions
and more. This informational
workshop is free and open to
the public. In addition to
hearing updates from area
water officials, participants will
have the opportunity to ask
water-related questions. The
Havert L. Fenn Center is
located at 2000 Virginia Ave.,
Fort Pierce. For more informa-
tion, call 772-462-1668.
SATURDAY, JUNE 4
* Caladium workshop, from
9-11 a.m. at Heathcote
Botanical Gardens, 210
Savannah Road, Fort Pierce.
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about the history and horticul-
ture of these spectacular heat-
loving tuberous plants.
Participants will plant and take
home a container. Additional
bulbs will be for sale. To
reserve a spot call (772) 464-
4672 or visit www.heathcoteb-
otanicalgardens.org.
* The Treasure Coast
Rowing Club will host its 10th
annual "Learn to Row Day"
from 9 a.m. - noon, at the
Treasure Coast Community
Rowing Center Boathouse
located just south of the Palm
City Bridge on the St. Lucie


River at the Southwest corner
of Leighton Park in Palm City.
There will be static rowing
machines, videos, coaching on
the water, and friendly
members to answer your
questions. Wear sunscreen and
water shoes. Baggy clothing is
not recommended. Refresh-
ments will be available and the
event is free to the public. Call
(772) 285-9177 or (772) 287-
8439 for more information.
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ACROSS
1 Mellowed
5 Hartman or Lesh
9 MacDonald's
spread
13 Necklace
fastening
17 Great review
18 Quench
19 Gather
21 This: Sp.
22 Married to a
Pilsener?
24 Negative horse?
26 Along the way
27 Pituitary_
29 Poe's bird
30 Word in a
syllogism
31 Irish poet
32 Manicurist's
implement
33 Ethiopia neighbor
36 Thanks, to Pierre
37 Sponsors
41 Historical periods
42 Arrangements
44 beef
46 Gotcha!
47 Hoarder's pronoun
48 Evict
49 Have on
50 " Fan Tutti"
51 Actor McKellen
52 Designer of
chocolates?
56 Cringe
57 Diffident
58 Actor Rickman
59 Swiss cheese
features
60 Idle chatter
61 Queen's honorees
63 Storybook
elephant
64 Tex-Mex
condiment
65 Bent
67 Ricochet
68 Stamp unit
69 Mil. cops
72 Carouse
73 Good-looking taxi?
75 Took the bait
76 Singer/actor
Burl
77 Famous Orkan
78 Work for money
79 Fibber
80 " It Be"
81 Least important
83 bow
84 Paquin
85 Spotted cats
87 Blemishes
89 Search for "dirt"
90 Huron's sister
91 Hayworth and
Moreno


Word Play


92 Samoa-oriented
anthropologist
94 Book review?
96 buddies
97 "Watership Down"
characters
100 The whipped
cream and the
cherry?
102 Legendary
podiatric problem?
105 Spoken
106 Copperfield, to
friends?
107 Borders
108 Adhesive
109 Diminish
110 in the wool
111 Dent. degrees
112 Yugoslav native
DOWN
1 Circle part
2 Stare
3 " as we speak"
4 Lessen
5 Student of
Socrates


6 Despise
7 Adlai's opponent
8 CPA's reading
matter
9 Zealot
10 Prayer
endorsements
11 Sortie
12 NYC sports arena
13 Angelic homeland
14" sow..."
15 9 mm. submachine
gun, in Liverpool
16 Golfer's goal
18 Self-satisfied
20 Comic Wil
23 _ of plenty
25 Restaurant bar
28 Fond du ,
Wisconsin
31 Busybody
32 Term-end test
33 Penultimate rounds
34 _ Heep
35 Hollywood
negator?
36 Bricklayer
37 Disentangles


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Classified Section
38 Time to eat, Mr.
Ruth!
39 Art rack
40 Hobbit home
42 Combined
43 "Star Wars"
producer
45 Deed-holder
50 Corn cores
52 Sahara steed
53 Kale's relative
54 Kings of the road
55 Bowie's last stand
56 Biblical warrior
60 _split
62 Cuts off
63 Relies, with "on"
64 bleu!
65 Adornment
66 "...waitin' on
the
67 Problems
68 High points
70 Cliburn's
instrument
71 Bind
73 Throng
74 Nut delicacies
77 Deserved


79 Amphibious
attacks
81 "West Side Story"
heroine
82 Heavy metal's"
Sister"
83 Stomped
86 Hawk
88 From Z
89 "Thief of Baghdad"
star
91 "Sweet
O'Grady"
92 Stags and bucks
93 Recedes
94 Invisible emanation
95 Of one mind: abbr.
96 Group of quails
97 Pate covers
98 Scrabble piece
99 _ grapes
100 Piglet's mama
101 Naughty
103 Annex
104 S.D. neighbor


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* St. Lucie County Chamber
of Commerce's Port St. Lucie
Area Council will be held at 8
a.m. at Port St. Lucie City Hall,
room 188, 121 S.W. Port St.
Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie.

FRIDAY, JUNE 10

*St Lucie County Chamber of
Commerce's Coffee with the
Port St. Lucie vice mayor with
Seacoast National Bank will be
held at 8:30 a.m. at Grill on
The Green, 2601 SE Morning-
side Blvd, Port St. Lucie. The
event is free and open to the
public. Join in to receive an
update from Vice-Mayor Linda
Bartz.

FRIDAY, JUNE 10-
SATURDAY, JUNE 11

* Cosmic Zoom at the Indian
River State College Hallstrom
Planetarium on the main
campus, 3209 Virginia Avenue,
in Fort Pierce. Planetarium
show times are Friday
evenings at 7 and 8 p.m. and
Saturday afternoons at 1 and 2
p.m. Tickets are $3 and may be
purchased at the IRSC box
office at the McAlpin Fine Arts
Center or by calling (800) 220-
9915 with VISA, Discover,
American Express, or Master-
Card or visit www.irsc.edu.
Planetarium shows are
recommended for adults and
for children over the age of
four. The Hallstrom planetari-
um's temperature is main-
tained at 72 degrees and
visitors may want to bring a
light jacket or sweater. Seating
is limited.

BARS AND CLUBS

FRIDAY, MAY 27

* Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce,
Alex Kash, 6-10 p.m. (772)
460-9014.
* Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, Reggae by
Rainfall, 8 p.m. to midnight.
(772) 334-1130.
* Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen


Beach, Call for performers. 8
p.m.-midnight. (772) 225-
3444.
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Live music, 9 p.m. to
midnight. (772) 283-1929.
* Hutchinson Island
Marriott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchinson
Island, (772) 225-3700.
* Manatee Island Bar &
Grill, 4817 S.E. Dixie Highway,
Port Salerno. Robbie Bullard, 8
p.m. (772) 872-7288.
* The Original Tiki Bar &
Restaurant, 2 Ave. A, Fort
Pierce, Live music 5-9 p.m.
(772) 461-0880.
* Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart. OPM, 8:30
p.m.-12:30 a.m. (772) 223-
5048.
* Rinelli's Yellow Tail, Live
piano music, 101 Second
Street, Fort Pierce. (772) 466-
5474.
* The Stern House, 4110 S.E.
Salerno Road, Port Salerno. Call
for performers, 7-10 p.m. (772)
463-1166.
* Tradewinds restaurant &
lounge, 2500 S.E. Federal
Highway, Stuart. Captain Ron,
6:30-9:30 p.m. (772) 621-
0822.

SATURDAY, MAY 28

* Bogey's & Stogey's, 1032
S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie. Call for performers.
(772) 337-7778.
* Caf6 Crime, 1068 S.E. Port
St. Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie, 6-
8:30 p.m. (772) 337-2111.
* Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, Reggae by
Rainfall, 8 p.m. to midnight.
(772) 334-1130.
* Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen
Beach, Call for performers,
7:30-11:30 p.m. (772) 225-
3444.
* Courtyard Marriot in
Jensen Beach, 10978 S Ocean
Drive, Jensen Beach. Capt. Ron
will be poolside from 4-8 p.m.
(772) 229-1000
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Gregg Jackson &the
Mojo Band, 9 p.m.-midnight.
(772) 283-1929.
* Kings Head Pub, 2838 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd. Call for
performers. (772) 340-1223.


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* Manatee Island Bar &
Grill, 4817 S.E. Dixie Highway,
Port Salerno. Jason Montero, 8
p.m. (772) 872-7288.
* The Original Tiki Bar &
Restaurant, 2 Ave. A, Fort
Pierce, Live music 5-9 p.m.
(772) 461-0880.
* Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart. Move the
Dog Band, 8:30 p.m. - 12:30
a.m. (772) 223-5048.
* Rinelli's Yellow Tail, Live
piano music, 101 Second
Street, Fort Pierce. (772) 466-
5474.

SUNDAY, MAY 29

* Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce,
Matrix, 4-8 p.m. (772) 460-
9014.
* Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach. Reggae by
Rainfall, 7-10 p.m. (772) 334-
1130.
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Live music, 2-6 p.m.
(772) 283-1929.
* Manatee Island Bar &
Grill, 4817 S.E. Dixie Highway,
Port Salerno. Floridian Band at
the Tiki Bar, 3 p.m. (772) 872-
7288.
* Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart, Reggae
with Frenz, 2-6 p.m. (772) 223-
5048.
* Wahoo's on the Water-
front, 400 N.W. Alice Ave.,
Stuart, features various classic
rock bands, 4:30-8:30 p.m.
(772) 692-2333.

MONDAY, MAY 30

* O'Malley's, 2721 Morning-
side Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Call
for performers. (772) 337-
3090.

TUESDAY, MAY 31

* Cowboys' BBQ & Steak Co.
2902 SE Gran Parkway, Stuart,
Capt. Ron from 8-11 p.m.
(772) 287-8100.
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Ronnie, The One Man
Band, 8:30-11:30 p.m. (772)
283-1929.
* King's Head Pub, 2838 SW

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Youth sailing

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TREASURE COAST -The
Treasure Coast Youth Sailing
Foundation's fifth season of
summer sailing classes for
children ages 7 to 14, will
start June 13 at Jaycee Park
in Fort Pierce.
Beginner, intermediate
and advanced sailing class-
es are offered. Students
applying for intermediate or
advanced classes must have
completed the foundation's
beginner class or equiva-
lent. Those applying for
beginner class must show
the ability to swim and have
their own life vest.
Instruction is given in
Oppi sailing prams, provid-
ed by the foundation, with
students skippering their
own boats.
Instructions are provided
by Capt. Jaye Melanson, a
certified sailing instructor,
assisted by Brent Bering-
haus.
Each class is for five days,
starting at 8:30 a.m. and
ending at 4:30 p.m. Each
class is limited to 10 stu-
dents, but students may
apply for multiple classes.


The cost for a one-week
class is $195. Lunches are
available at an additional
cost of $25.
A limited number of free
tuitions, with lunch includ-
ed, are available for children
from qualifying low-income
families.
Applications for class
reservations and financial
aid are available on the
foundation's website:
tcysf.homestead.com.
Applications may be
found and completed on the
website, then printed and
mailed to the foundation to
reserve a class.
Final registration will take
place on June 4-5, at Jaycee
Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Treasure Coast Youth
Sailing Foundation is a non-
profit, public charity spon-
sored by the Fort Pierce
Yacht Club and the city of
Fort Pierce. It is supported
by tuition fees and dona-
tions by individuals and
businesses on the Treasure
Coast. All donations are tax
deductible.
For more information, call
(772) 465-7720 or (772) 332-
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first meal of the
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in the morning.
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1843, so his definition might
not be as important as how
you define it. How do you
see that early morning
meal, if you bother? Some-
thing you don't have time
for? Probably. Despite all
the good public relations it
gets, breakfast is the most
missed meal of the day.
For many of you this is
where your thoughts about
breakfast start and stop. Or
you would be enjoying your
first meal of the day, as Mr.
Webster put it, today and
everyday.
When I surveyed
why people don't eat
breakfast, I received
a regimen of responses. Top
contenders were "I don't
have time," or "It makes me
sick," or "I am just not
hungry, why eat?" or "I don't
like breakfast food."
This probably covers
most of my anti-eating
morning people.
In your lifetime you've all
heard it once, twice, quite
possibly a million times,
"Eat your breakfast, it's
the most important meal of
the day."
No, your mother didn't
pay me to tell you one more
time. I'm a mother and a
grandmother. This is
coming from someone who
wants you to know you are
less healthy when you don't
eat breakfast. You deserve
better.
I don't have time
Of all the meals you
consume in a day, breakfast
gets the least attention.
Busy schedules leave little
time for breakfast smorgas-
bords, I'll buy that. Howev-
er, in my book, you can
either have excuses or
results.
Let's give the "I don't have
time" whiners the first
lashing. My intent is to
motivate you, so be brave


and please listen.
The excuse of "not having
time" is the absolute worst
entry on my why I don't eat
breakfast list. If you want to
see me frown, just try that
one on me. Did you have
time to brush your teeth,
shower or make a Facebook
update this morning?
Chances are you answered
yes to at least one. I will say
a huge majority did all
three. Am I right? So why
did breakfast get the boot?
Don't look for time it's not
a game of hide and seek.
You will never find time,
you must make it. The
simplest and quickest
breakfast option for on-the-
go people is an RTD shake.
Stock up on ready to drink
shakes in your fridge, grab
and go. Many people make
time to drink coffee in the
morning, so, you can drink
a shake at home, driving to
work or taking the kids to
school. Your "I don't have
time" complaint just got
thrown out the car window.
It makes me sick
I hear this often and
agree, there's nothing worse
than feeling nauseous to
start the day. I have had my
share of morning nausea.
Mine was pregnancy
related. The "It makes me
sick" people have my
sympathy, but they still
need to eat.
My initial response to you
queasy ones has always
been, it's because your body
is not used to it. I decided to
do a little more research on
the complaint. Truth is they
are exactly right. Their
bodies are not used to
having breakfast
because that's how they
have conditioned them-
selves. Unfortunately,
there's no painless way to
make the change. If health,


fitness and or weight loss
are a priority, a few uncom-
fortable mornings await.
Am I suggesting
you bounce out of bed and
put a spoon of something in
your mouth? No. Do that
with your tooth brush.
Things taste better with a
fresh mouth. Breaking into
the breakfast habit takes
time, patience, a little
experimenting and initially,
not feeling fantastic. But the
results will be worth it.
A simple shake is easiest
to handle for breakfast
newcomers. So if you lack
time and get nauseous,
shakes to the rescue.
When you are ready to
add solid food, keep it
simple and the portions
small. A good starter
breakfast would be one hard
boiled egg and one small
banana. Your goal is to get
used to eating soon after
you awake. Being healthy
has never been an overnight
project, so for most people,
sticking it out has proven to
be successful.
I am just not hungry, why
eat?
This is an easy one. Eating
breakfast speeds up your
metabolism, therefore
burning more calories
throughout the day. Eating a
healthy breakfast helps
improve mental perform-
ance, concentration and
mood.
Who doesn't want to burn
more calories and be in a
better mood?
If that doesn't motivate
you to eat breakfast, it
should motivate you to
make breakfast for your
spouse. See how the
benefits multiply?
Studies show that people
who eat breakfast are more
likely to maintain a healthy
body weight. If none of this
interests you, then just skip
breakfast, and turn to the
next article. But you've
already made it this far, so I
think you'll finish.
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Falcons cruise to 42-7


spring game win


By Alyssa Barbieri
For Hometown News


MARTIN COUNTY -
This spring has been good
to the Jensen Beach High
School football team.
The Falcons cruised to a
42-7 win over John Carroll
last Friday night at Jensen
Beach and in turn,
answered some of the lin-
gering questions that high-
lighted the spring, includ-
ing who will start at
quarterback, depth at the
skill positions and on
defense.
"The second half was a
lot better than the first,"
Falcons Coach John Fey
said. "I thought we really
came out and established
the physicality I was look-
ing for. I was pleased to see
that. It was good to see
some kids that were
improving come out and do
some things. That was a
positive."
With a large chunk of
their seniors departing this


year, Fey pointed out early
in the spring the need for
depth at the skill positions.
Senior running back Jor-
dan Wilson, the brother of
the departing Tevin Wilson,
showed flashes of brilliance
like his big brother.
Wilson got the Falcons on
the board first with a 2-yard
touchdown run early in the
first quarter in what was the
beginning of a blowout.
Wilson would add anoth-
er touchdown in the second
quarter on a 3-yard run up
the middle.
Junior receiver Jordan
Robinson showed off his
big play capability, scoring
two long touchdowns of 45
and 75 yards.
Senior Casey Glenn, who
led Jensen Beach's offense
to four scoring drives, all of
which were touchdowns,
solidified the starting quar-
terback job after a strong
outing.
"He can look better,"
Coach Fey said. "That's the
promising part. He's still


not where I think he needs
to be."
Coach Fey praised his
defense, which held John
Carroll scoreless until late
in the fourth quarter. They
also forced three fumbles
on the night.
"They were very active,"
he said. "I thought they
were very physical up front.
The second level got better
as the game wore on.
"The second half was way
better than the first when it
came to what we were look-
ing for."
John Carroll Coach Kevin
Wald said tackling is the
main area of focus for his
team, but he expected his
team to get a good workout
against this Jensen Beach
squad.
"I play these guys to try to
get us prepared for the reg-
ular season and the district
games," he said. "We start-
ed a ton of freshmen on
both sides of the ball, trying
to get them some game
experience."


Falcon's receiver Jordan
Robinson hauls in what will
turn out to be a one-
handed, 75-yard catch and
run for a touchdown in
Jensen Beach's 42-7 spring
game win over John
Carroll.























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Port St. Lucie Blvd. Hypnotist
Rich Alexander. 8-9 p.m. Free
admission. Call (772) 340-
1223.
* Original Coconut Bar,
open mic with Rich from 9
p.m.-midnight. 4787 S.E. Dixie
Highway, Stuart. (772) 219-
1945
* The Original Tiki Bar &
Restaurant, 2 Ave. A, Fort
Pierce, Dynamic Entertainment
Trivia at 7 p.m. (772) 461-
0880.
* Rinelli's Yellow Tail:
Tuesday trivia nights at 7 p.m.
101 Second St., Fort Pierce.


Fitness
From page B8
second or third day of
eating breakfast. Don't quit
then, either.
I don't like breakfast
foods
Simple solution, eat
something else! Duh.
There is no rule that
states breakfast must
consist of eggs and bacon.
One hundred percent of
pigs surveyed feel the same
way. The chickens didn't
seem to care. If you do
happen to find that rule, I
contest that rules are made
to be broken. Onward, my
new morning people!
Speaking of which, have
you never noticed some of
us are "morning people"
and others are just grouch-
es? I bet that most grouches
don't eat a decent breakfast.
You've eaten breakfast
foods for dinner, right? It
was one of my favorite
family traditions as a kid. It
was always exciting to hear
mom say, "We are having
breakfast tonight!" That
usually meant pancakes
stacked high. And who
doesn't like pancakes,
anytime of day?
Let's take that same idea,


(772) 466-5474.
* Santos Italian Restaurant,
St. Lucie West, across from
King's Isle, Dom "The kid from
Brooklyn" Dinatra performs
from 6-8 p.m. Great food, live
music, family environment.
Call (772) 344-9755.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Open mic night, 8:30-
11 p.m. (772) 283-1929
* Hutchinson Island
Marriott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchinson
Island. Call (772) 225-3700.
* Mickey Finn's Comedy
Night, 269 Port St. Lucie Blvd.,


reversed, and apply: dinner
for breakfast. Why not?
Think outside of the box of
egg and explore other food
options. That could
include soup, tuna or
dinner leftovers from the
night before. Who doesn't
like cold pizza for breakfast?
Not every day of course, but
it beats nothing.
Nobody consistently eats
the perfect breakfast, but far
too many of us have none at
all. What you'll discover is
that not only do we define
what breakfast means to us,
but, breakfast helps define
how healthy and happy we
are.

Gina Ostarly, a seasoned
fitness professional, has been
changing lives on the
Treasure Coast for more
than a decade. Her passion
for fitness drives her to
educate and share the
knowledge needed to adapt
and maintain a healthy
lifestyle. Contact her with
your questions at
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Port St. Lucie. 8 p.m., no cover.
(772) 873-5522 for reserva-
tions.
* Rinelli's Yellow Tail,
couples night 6-9 p.m. dinner
for two and a select bottle of
wine, $28. 101 Second St., Fort
Pierce. (772) 466-5474.
* Sonny's Real Pit Bar-
beque, 10180 South U.S. 1,
Port St. Lucie. 5-9 p.m. Child
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Bingo, prizes, games trivia, face
painting and music with AJ the
DJ.
* Thirsty Turtle, 2825 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, Davee Bryan, 7:45-11
p.m. (772) 344-7774.
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3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach. The Nouveaux
Honkies, 7-10 p.m. (772) 334-
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and Kanner Highway, Stuart.
Capt. Ron will perform from
7:30-10:30 p.m. (772) 288-
6262.
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Darrell Gwinn, 5-8
p.m. (772) 283-1929.
* Sonny's Barbeque, 3120 S.
U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, Family day,


face painting, Music byAJ the
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p.m. For more information, call
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condition. Mickey Mantle,
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772-812-2427 / 812-9633
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floor $175 772-323-5411
BABY CLOTHES, Girls
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772-337-3979 SLC
BABY PLAY-YARD,
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772-267-5969
BARBIE DOLLS, 6 w/
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4 Special Editions All For
$120 772-323-3419
BEDSIDE COMMODE,
new $40, new walker w/
wheels $12
772-878-8661 SLC
BOWLING BALL, Men's
Black $10, Chair, Green
w/ Wooden Legs $10
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BOX SPRINGS, 2 King
size good condition $195
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BRIDE DOLL- In box,
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CLOTHES, GIRLS,
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Size 10-14 like new, 25pc
$1 ea. 954-895-5017
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COMP. Monitor 17" Dell
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speakers, all in 1 Printer,
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CRADLE, Lg $25, 3 26"
Bikes like new $25 each
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DESK, GLASSTOP with
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DINING TABLE, modern
glass w/ 6 multi colored
chairs $199
772-879-9976 SLC
DOLL, Madame Alexand-
er, in prom queen dress,
crown, 8", from 1993,
$40, 772-283-1341
FIREPLACE SCREEN,
New $50, Roman Blinds
30x63 2 cream, 2 green
$15 ea. 772-220-1005
FRAMED ART by Mary
Vincent Bertrand. 2 beau-
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FROZEN DRINK Maker,
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rechargeable, great for
boat $175 772-220-3082
GAS GRILL, Weber w/
Cover & Tank Excellent
Condition $200
772-336-5584 SLC
GENERATOR Compres-
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light $100, 772-871-6044
GRANDFATHER
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great papers incl. $125
obo 772-781-2572 Stuart

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561-290-9554
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772-398-1183 SLC
MIRRORED DOORS, 2
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$50, 772-621-4065
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772-579-2371
PRINTERS, 2 Color,
Wireless HP Deskjet $60
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new 19' diameter 4 ft tall
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SHED- NEEDS finishing
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wood. $60 772-332-4366
SNACK TRAY TABLE
SETS- (1) with 5 tables
(1) with 3 tables $49.95
each 772-223-8928
SNOW WHITE & Dopey
$30, Barbie Spotlight
$30, Savannah Cowgirl
$20 or all 3 $70
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SPORT ALBUMS, 16
Baseball Cards $100
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TAPES, VCR 50 assort-
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Friday, May 27, 2011


- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
71 oss o ae 1 oue 10Hue form Sale 11710 Ho sefoSae 7


OFFICE CONDO
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north of Crosstown Pkwy or 2.3 miles north
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boarding. 9 other active businesses
in the plaza.
$850 month


20+ ACRES
Palm Tree farm with over 7100. ,
assorted palms. Well maintained I .,. I
Crop insurance inventory is $850,000+.
1500 SqFt workshop with power & water.
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Properties are located on a paved rd. , Palm Beach & Okeechobee. Fenced, a VERO BEACH- 3br/lba
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Okeechobee. 45 minutes to the Palm Beach oak trees. Screened deck off of Living room n
International Airport. for those breezy evenings. $179,900 place, fenced yard,
Available for rent $1200 month, screened porch REDUCED
$66,000 can assume 15yr
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w/approved credit 772-
332-8806


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JENSEN BEACH- 2-br/
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Screen lanai overlooks
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$800/mo + sec.
814-397-6028
PALM CITY Apartment
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PALM CITY- Lighthouse
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$650/mo +sec (cable
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860-729-8504


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furn, all appl, all amen,
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347-628-8081
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Call J. Conran Bkr.
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trucks/pets/smkng
$850/mo 772-287-3415

STUART- 1 Br/1 Ba
$600/mo. FLS Year
lease. Clean, No pets No
smoking 772-260-9618

STUART- Lg 2br/2ba
newly renovated, den,
dining room, w/d, Ig lanai,
clubhouse pool, no
smoke, small pets ok
w/dep $850/mo + sec
772-341-8402


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MARTIN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KENNETH RAYMOND
FEHRIBACH,
Deceased.
File No.: 11-265CP
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Kenneth
Raymond Fehribach,
deceased, whose date of
death was March 6,
2011, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Martin
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is PO. Box 9016,
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 SO
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
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 May 20, 2011.
Personal Representative:
Kent Lawrence
Fehribach, Jr.
2768 Berkshire
Troy, Michigan 48083
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
M. Lanning Fox Attorney
for Kent Lawrence
Fehribach, Jr. Florida Bar
Number: 197051 3473
S.E. Willoughby
Boulevard Stuart, Florida
34994 Telephone: (772)
287-4444 Fax: (772)
283-4637 E-Mail:
mlfox@foxwackeen.com
Pubs: May 20, & May 27,
2011


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MARTIN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
OCIE V. MILLER,
Deceased. FILE NO.:
11-000268-CP
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of OCIE V.
MILLER, deceased,
whose date of death was
July 3, 2010, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Martin County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 100
East Ocean Blvd., Suite
200, Stuart, Florida
34994. The name 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 THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
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 May 27,
2011.
Personal Representative:
KENT D. MILLER
8650 S. Ocean Dr., Unit
306, Bldg. 1, Jensen
Beach, Florida 34957
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Norma Stanley
Florida Bar No. 0778450
Lowndes Drosdick Doster
Kantor & Reed, PA., 215
North Eola Drive, Post
Office Box 2809,
Orlando, Florida 32802
Telephone: (407) 843-
4600 Pubs: May 27, &
June 3, 2011


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Notice of Disposal of
contents in the following
inside storage (contents
unknown). Auction to be
held at 4125 SW Martin
Highway, Palm City, FL
34990 on Friday, June
17, 2011
@ 3:00 p.m.
Unit #712 & #642
Carl Gittens
Unit #668
Kathy Sue Mobley
Unit #729
Susan Leigh
Unit #724
Adam Ward
Unit #828
Crystal Champion
Unit #662
Sharon Degenro Case
Unit #733
Phillip Ramsey
Unit #682
Leonard Wolfe
Pubs: 5/27/11 & 6/3/11
NOTICE OF SALE The
following vehicle will be
sold at public auction,
free of all prior liens, per
Fl Stat 713.78 at 10:00
AM on June 10, 2011 at
A Quick Transport, 8515
SE Fern St, Hobe Sound
FL 33455. No titles, as
is, cash only 01 Mits
4A3AA46G41E060586.
Interested parties,
contact State Filing
Service 772-595-9555
Pub: May 27, 2011


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JUPITER- SUNI SANDS
1br/1.5ba/2cp single
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outdoor hot/cold private
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Jupiter inlet view from
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PORT ST LUCIE- Span-
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772-485-1038 Concord
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on lake, doublewide,
1764 sq. ft, large kitchen
3 large closets, shed
clubhouse, pool, tennis
$99,500. 772-463-6509
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION -
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Auction Lic#1711
931-433-8686
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION -
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Equipment, Auction on
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Van Massey Auction Lic #
1711. 931-433-8686
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772-475-6024
JEKYLL ISLAND GA - In
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$100,000.
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740-260-2282
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acre 3/2/2, AC, heat, all
appliances, fireplace,
covered front porch, cov-
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back. Asking $103,000
772-465-0145


NORTH CAROLINA,
Franklin. Beautiful mtn.
view. 2Br/2 full baths. fp,
carport, Cen A/C & heat.
30' deck. Fully Furn, Like
new cond. Manufactured
home. Active clubhse,
paved roads, gated com-
munity on Hwy 441.
$34,900 321-269-3972


NORTH CAROLINA-
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foothills, 3br/2ba/2cg,
1200 sq ft. Quiet area, all
appliances $141,500.
772-323-0344
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
Lafayette County. Plant-
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Owner Financing
931-265-7697
TENNESSEE RESORT
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