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Vol. 9, No. 52


19 HOW WEIRD
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!
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home's pot growing
amenities
A Craigslist ad for a house
in North Bend, Wash., plays
up the home's features,
including a greenhouse
perfect for growing mari-
juana. The ad did not
provide an address for the
house, but described it as
"great for running your own
business."
Owners asked for $4,000 a
month to rent or $500,000
to start a short sale. The
listing mentioned a green-
house on the 6.5 acre
property several times.
"Green house is set up for
specially growing marijua-
na growing, flowers,
veggies," the ad read.
The ad also touted a
workshop "with several
offices and rooms set up to
start plants and wood
working" and a kitchen
with double ovens. The ad
also listed four bedrooms,
three and a half baths, a
storage outbuilding, RV
hookups and central heat
among its other features.
The Craigslist post is no
longer up. It was flagged for
removal.
From
NBCPhiladelphia.corn:
Burglar steals beers,
sleeps on couch
A 63-year-old Long Neck,
Del., woman woke up to
find a burglar sleeping on
her couch, police said.
The woman woke up at 7
a.m. to find her front door
open and a man - who
had drunk multiple cans of
her beer - snoozing,
police said.
The burglar woke up and
ran out of the house with a
beer still in his hand after
the woman told him she
was calling the police.
Upon arrival, state troopers
found the man had cut a
screen on the woman's
porch to get into the house.
While canvassing the
neighborhood, police saw a
man matching the victim's
See WEIRD, A5


GOLF


MARTIN A COUNTY


By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY - After six
years of serving as the county's
supervisor of elections, Vicki Davis
has announced plans to serve a
third term in the administrative
position.
Ms. Davis was first elected in
November 2004 and ran unop-
posed in 2008. To date, she was the
first candidate to file for the 2012


election.
The 44-year Martin County resi-
dent said her focus is ensuring
flawless elections when voters go
to the polls to cast their ballots in
every election.
Hometown News does not
endorse any candidates for politi-
cal office, but instead, provides
information about each candidate
for voters to make an educated
decision.
Name: Vicki Davis


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Biologists rescue 600-pound


turtle near Hobe Sound


Occupation: Mar- * VNG R
tin County supervi-
sor of elections
Age: 58 I COAN / -r
Spouse and chil- ER
dren: Husband : Joe 7 5
Davis. Daughters: 72.5
Jody Davis Bailey 4 WW rangri .
and Jana Davis -a cOn
Martin. Grandson: Cash Davis for
Martin the administrative
Q: Why did you decide to run?
A: I am running for re-election See SUPERVISOR, A2


Photo courtesy Gabriella Ferraro
Officers and biologists from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission use a net to catch a 5-foot-
long, female leatherback turtle that became trapped in the Intracoastal Waterway off Hobe Sound. The 600- to
700-pound leatherback turtle is on the endangered species list.


By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY - A
5-foot-long, female
leatherback turtle on the
endangered species list
might have faced imme-
diate annihilation, if not
for rescuers from the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commis-
sion.
The 600- to 700-pound


animal appeared dazed as
it "swam back and forth
from shore to shore" in
the Intracoastal Waterway
near Hobe Sound,
according to a resident
who alerted Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
rescuers.
"The sea turtle was
behaving unusually, so
FWC staff determined a
rescue was necessary,"
said biologist Meghan


Koperski.
FWC officers and biolo-
gists used a net to catch
the turtle and bring it
aboard their rescue boat
for evaluation.
"We believe it may have
been nesting, because it
was an egg-bearing
female," said Gabriella
Ferraro, spokeswoman for
the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation.
The leatherback sea


turtle, which is an off-
shore animal, might have
become trapped in the
Intracoastal after going
through the Jupiter Inlet,
she said.
Rescuers carried it out
past the inlet and
released it offshore
unharmed.
Named for its soft, rub-
bery shell, the leatherback
See RESCUE, A3


Prison


officer


accused


of theft,


burglary

By Jay Meisel
jmeisel@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST - A
Martin Correctional Institu-
tion officer accused of bur-
glary and theft has been has
been placed on administra-
tive leave with pay, pending
further investigation, offi-
cials said last week.
Thomas Gillis, 31, no
address given, was arrested
May 27 and charged with
burglary and grand theft
after another man accused
Mr. Gillis of breaking into his
home.
The arrest came after the
man said video surveillance
in his home showed Mr.
Gillis "walking out of his
bedroom and placing some-
thing in his pants," the
report said.
The man then told investi-
gators after viewing the sur-
veillance he discovered
$5,000 in $100 bills was
missing from his bedroom.
He suspected someone had
been in his home after he
arrived there and saw the
garage door was completely
closed, he told investigators.
The victim had left the
garage door slightly open, he
told investigators.
Mr. Gillis admitted to
investigators that he broke
into the victim's home, the
arrest affidavit said.
He "claimed he broke into
See OFFICER, A4


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By Samantha Joseph
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MARTIN COUNTY-
About three quarters of a
century separate Betty
Smith from the people
who now occupy much of
her time.
The Stuart resident is
about 75 years older than
many of the third graders
she works with as a volun-
teer for the Junior Achieve-
ment program.
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Ideas
From page Al
opposite. She really engages
the entire community in
teaching Junior Achieve-
ment to the kids."
The third-grade program
aims to help 8- and 9-year-
old children understand life
in a city, and to do this, Ms.
Smith has relied on nearly
four decades' worth of con-
nections to recruit a slew of
professional and high-pro-
file speakers to address her
students.
Her guests have included
the mayor, a city planner,
banker, restaurateur and a
general contractor, who've
each talked to the children
about their jobs and how
they contribute to life in the
city.
The restaurant owner let
them frost cupcakes; the
mayor gave them certifi-
cates of achievement and
the city planner explained
the meaning of zoning.
"By bringing in a profes-
sional, it helps them
remember the concepts bet-
ter, as opposed to having a
grandmother standing there
talking to them," said Ms.
Smith. "They all remember
the word 'entrepreneur'
now, because this gives
them a real-world connec-
tion."
They remember the con-
cepts so well that some stu-
dents are already planning
their future.
"After the entrepreneur
left, a kid up front asked,
'How can I be an entrepre-
neur? I need to earn some
money,'" Ms. Smith said.
"With this age group, they
have no inhibitions. They


pretty much say what they
feel. They're inquisitive and
they don't miss a thing.
That's why I thought I
wouldn't be able to keep
their attention for 40 or 45
minutes. After each session,
I feel they really get it."
For the second year now,
Ms. Smith has spent time
helping Junior Achievement
participants understand life
in Jensen Beach.
She volunteered for the
program that partners with
the School District to teach
about 2,000 Martin County
students about business
and finance.
It was her way to feel clos-
er to her great-granddaugh-
ter, who is now in fourth
grade and lives in San Fran-
cisco.
At first, she feared the
large age difference would
make it difficult to relate to
the students.
"I'm 83 years old, so I'm a
long, long way from ele-
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said.
Her youngest child is 51
and even her grandchildren
are adults.
But teachers at Jensen
Beach Elementary and exec-
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ment program said Ms.
Smith's experience has
proven to be an asset.
The former Army wife,
who traveled extensively,
had a stint as a journalist
and who now still runs a
company that puts her in
constant contact with city
and county administrators,
has been able to expose stu-
dents to a broad perspec-
tive.
For her part, Ms. Smith
says being around the chil-
dren keeps her energetic.
"If I'm still around next
year, I hope to do it again
next spring," she said. "I love
when you can almost see
the expression on the kids'
face, when their eyebrows
go up to say 'I got it.' That's
your reward right there."


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The Anne M. and Joel L.
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Center at the Blake
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May 11.
Designed to educate
community members on
cancer awareness and
prevention, the resource
center will serve as a safe
haven for knowledge with
memorial levels available
for $500 to $10,000.
The resource center will


be located in the refer-
ence area on the first floor
of the library in a corner
beyond periodicals.
The center will include
computers and reference
materials on cancer pre-
vention and treatment
spanning medical texts
and books on personal
experience.
Seed money donated by
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl also
will go toward the pur-
chase of cancer-related
books that are accessible
to children, to be located
in Children's World on the


second floor.
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more visible gathering
place, the "Tree of Love
Honor and Remembrance
Panel" will be a focal
point for reflection and
self-education.
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Rescue
From page Al
is the largest sea turtle, Ms.
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reach lengths of up to 8
feet.
Leatherbacks typically
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Officer
From page Al
the residence in order to get
an air pump that he gave to
(the victim) several months
prior," the report said.
Investigator found in Mr.
Gillis' residence a pair of
rubber gloves, a black pair of
sneakers, a screw driver, two
black tank tops and receipts,
the arrest affidavit said.
He has been a correctional
officer at Martin Correction
Institute since Nov. 17, 2006.


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dent-elect.
Ann Bielinski was induct-
ed as vice president. Ms.
Bielinski, a retired school
teacher from Pennsylvania,
is a Port St. Lucie resident
who volunteers at Martin
Memorial's St. Lucie West
facility.
Terry Kish-Skidmore was
inducted as recording secre-
tary. Ms. Kish-Skidmore is in
her second year as record-
ing secretary, and volun-
teers for pastoral care and
personal response services.
Rita Zablocki was induct-
ed as treasurer. Ms. Zablocki
is a retired district manager
with New York Telephone
Company and has held
numerous roles with the
auxiliary.
The Martin Memorial
Auxiliary includes 900 vol-
unteers who provide nearly
200,000 hours of volunteer
service annually and con-
tribute considerable philan-
thropic gifts to the health
system.
Earlier this year, the auxil-
iary completed its $150,000
pledge toward renovating
and refurbishing the confer-
ence center at Martin
Memorial Medical Center,
then committed to raising
another $100,000 for the
project.
Since 1978, the auxiliary
has awarded approximately
$1.1 million in scholarships
to 824 residents of Martin
and St. Lucie counties.
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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.
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

*Robert Rafael Provvedi,
48, 241 Vine St., Jensen
Beach, was charged with
sale, manufacturing, posses-
sion or delivery of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of an assist-
ed living facility and posses-
sion of cocaine.
*Antiano Lenies Wilkins,
31, 2245 N.E. Dixie Highway,
was charged with violation
of probation.
*Cirilo Baeiriano Perez-
Jose, 47, 14766 Southwest
172nd Ave., Indiantown, was
charged with domestic bat-
tery by strangulation.
*Steven Michael Kinser,
31, 11090 S.E. Federal High-
way, Unit 95, Hobe Sound,
was charged with burglary of
a dwelling.
*Nicole Kinser, 26, 11090
S.E. Federal Highway, Hobe
Sound, was charged with
burglary of a dwelling, deal-
ing in stolen property and
three counts of fraudulent
use of a credit card.


*Amy Vanessa Winfree, 39,
18795 S.E. Ridgeview Drive,
Stuart, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
driving under the influence
of drugs or alcohol.
*Jacklyn Werner, 20, 1245
N.E. Silver Maple Way,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with driving under the influ-
ence of drugs or alcohol,
DUI with property damage,
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*Timothy Alexander Sim-
mons, no age listed, 1430
Seventh St., West Palm
Beach, was charged with
grand theft, possession of a
controlled substance, being
a habitual traffic offender
with knowledge and posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
*Ricardo Flores-Francisco,
21, 14527 S.W. Martin Ave.,
Indiantown, was charged
with strong-arm robbery.
*Kurtis Lee Wantassell, 24,
4220 Sunrise Blvd., Fort
Pierce, was charged with vio-
lation of probation.
*Melvin Pabon, 19, 12 S.E.
Ontario Way, Stuart, was
charged with aggravated
domestic battery.
*Latonia Monique Moore,
24, 675 Northwest 56th St.,
Apt. 408, Miami, was
charged with grand theft.
*Lakisha Taylor, 19, 1232
N.W. First Place, Apt. 11,
Miami, was charged with
grand theft.
*Derek Anthony Baker Jr.,


21, 21000 Northwest 14th
Place, Apt. 305, Miami, was
charged with grand theft.
*Mary Ann Barbara Ward,
aka Loquita, 35, no address
listed, was charged with vio-
lation of probation.
*Kevin Martin Jeiven, 23,
8936 S.E. Parkway Drive,
Hobe Sound, was charged
with uttering a forged instru-
ment and retail theft.
*Brent Eiskant, 20, 852
N.W Water Lily Place, Jensen
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation.
*Juan Burgos, 25, 2234 S.E.
Washington St., Stuart, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*Juan Mason Sander-
Gaines, 32, 3103 N.E. Savan-
na Road, Jensen Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*Zachary Daniel Dayonoff,
22, 2715 S.E. Bonita St., Stu-
art, was charged with viola-
tion of probation.
*Alejandro Carlos Stone,
21, 3011 S.E. Durant Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with vio-
lation of probation.
*Ronald Keith Gary, 36,
621 S.E. Stypmann Blvd.,
Stuart, was charged with
robbery.
*Michael Kent Fritz, 36,
3120 S.E. Fairmont Ave., Stu-
art, was charged with viola-
tion of probation.


*Emilio Juan-Miguel, 19,
2996 S.E. Evergreen Ave.,
Stuart, was charged with
grand theft.
*Sabrina McNeil, 23, 1004
13th St., Apt. 9, West Palm
Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft.
*Eugene Williams, 67, 700
Southeast 10th St., Stuart,
was charged with grand theft
and dealing in stolen prop-
erty.
*Chandra Maharajh, 26,
2255 N.E. Dixie Highway,
Apt. F, Jensen Beach, was
charged with grand theft and
five counts of uttering a false
instrument.
*Stephen Caimi, 33, no
address listed, was charged
with third-degree grand
theft and dealing in stolen
property.
*James Randall Weldon,
51, 6350 Jack Wright Island
Road, St. Augustine, was
charged with attaching an
unassigned license plate to a
vehicle, possession of a
weapon or ammunition by a
convicted felon and a non-
moving traffic violation
while license suspended.
*Joythia Rena Wallace, 25,
17191 S.W Magnolia St.,
Indiantown, was charged
with aggravated battery.
*Briana Bliss Nerstrom, 25,
3670 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, was charged


with obtaining a credit card
though fraudulent means
and two counts of fraudu-
lent use of a credit card.
*Patrick Carter, 53, 8417
S.E. Begonia Way, Hobe
Sound, was charged with
possession of cocaine,
destruction of evidence and
resisting an officer without
violence.
*Lisa Marie Miller, 37, 1950
Capri St., Port St. Lucie, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*Kasper Francis Bon-
signore, 57, 1185 N.E. Rail-
road St., Jensen Beach, was
charged with two counts of
aggravated assault.
*Debra Goodley, 49, 5288
N.W. Macedo Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
resisting an officer with vio-
lence and disorderly intoxi-
cation.
*Ozzie George McKinzey,
49, 438 S.E. Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd., Stuart, was
charged with grand theft.
*Austin Lee Smith, 25,
1426 S.E. Arapaho St., Stuart,
was charged with burglary of
a dwelling.
*Brittany Owensby, 25,
1773 Northeast 24th St.,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with retail theft and resisting
a merchant.
*Scott Astorga, 36, 1168
S.W. Buckskin Trail, Stuart,
was charged with violation
of probation.
*Brandon Jermaine
Copeland, 21, 3134 S.E. Indi-
an St., Stuart, was charged


with violation of probation.
*Christopher Lee Quigley,
26, 3222 S.E. Hibiscus St.,
Stuart, was charged with two
counts of first-degree petit
theft and cultivation of mari-
juana.
*George Emelianchik, 27,
606 S.E. Dely Court, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
grand theft.
*Corey Sean Ciaillo, 31,
619 N.E. Third Ave., Palm
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation.
*Dillon Ray Toohey, 19,
3379 Cornell Ave., Palm City,
was charged with two counts
each of grand theft, false ver-
ification of ownership and
dealing in stolen property.
*Zachary Daniel Dayanoff,
22, 2715 S.E. Bonita St., Stu-
art, was charged with grand
theft.
*Lena Diane Vancker, 52,
3830 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Unit 61, Jensen Beach, was
charged with aggravated
domestic battery.
*Michael Raymond
Hands, 50, 2816 S.E. Carroll
St., Stuart, was charged with
aggravated domestic battery.
*Jason White, 28, 762 S.E.
Albatross Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
retail theft.
*Weiner Anibal Gaspar
Lopez, 19, no address listed,
was charged with posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, having no valid
driver license and criminal
use of personal identifica-
tion.


Weird
From page Al
description of the burglar
walking along School Lane
and still drinking a beer.
Bradley M. Furchak of
Millsboro, Del., was arrest-
ed on charges of burglary,
theft, drug possession,
criminal mischief and
drunk on the highway.
He is being held at Sussex
Correctional on $2,250


secured bond.
From msnbc.msn.com:
Teen daughter shoots dad
with hunting bow
Police in Washington
arrested a teenage girl for
allegedly shooting her dad
with an arrow after he took
her cell phone away.
Mason County Detective
William Adam said the man
told officers his 15-year-old
daughter used a hunting
bow to shoot him after he
grounded her and took the
phone.


After being shot, he
allegedly had to crawl to a
neighbor's house to call 911,
because she wouldn't let
him use the phone, KOMO-
TV reported.
The man was airlifted
from the rural, forested
Tahuya area to Harborview
Medical Center in Seattle
and listed in serious
condition, according to
KOMO.
Adam said the girl fled
into woods behind her
home with the bow and


arrows but police surround-
ed her and arrested her for
investigation of first-degree
assault.
Tahuya is about 35 miles
west of Seattle.
From nj.corn: Umpire
tracks missing cell phone
to wrong spot, charged
with assault
A youth baseball umpire
struck out at a man he
thought had taken his cell
phone and was arrested on
charges of simple assault
and disorderly conduct.


Carl Ippolito, 52, of West
Amwell Township believed
his cell phone was stolen
from his car, which had
been parked on North
Union Street.
He used an application on
his son's phone to track his
missing cell phone to the
towpath between Elm and
Cherry streets, police
reported.
Near Niece's Lumber he
found Brent Johnson, 27, of
East Brunswick talking on
an iPhone and confronted


him. Police said Johnson
tried to walk away, but
Ippolito grabbed his shirt,
pulled the younger man to
the ground and punched
his head and body. John-
son's chin was cut.
Ippolito later learned he
had inadvertently left his
cell phone in the snack
shack at the baseball field,
where he had been umpir-
ing a youth baseball game,
police said, and it was still
there.


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Pay attention to what


your mouse tells you


One of the things that
I've noticed over the
years is that it's real
easy to forget to pay atten-
tion to what the mouse is
doing.
With everything else that
happens on a typical
computer, it's easy to get
distracted by all the other
"stuff" that's going around
the pointer and you end up
missing clues that your
mouse is trying to tell you.
A lot of people don't
realize just how precise and
instrument the mouse really
is. The very tip of the
pointer, when pointed at
objects just so, will often
reveal clues that can be used
to help you do whatever it is
that you are trying to do. The
secret is to pause at an
object and see if something
happens.
Many times, objects on
computer screens, such as
buttons, icons and such, will
respond not just when
clicked, but often when the
mouse just passes over.
These "mouse-overs" can be
the source of many a hint to
help you on your way.
You may have noticed
while browsing the Internet
that some things on web-
sites change as you move
your mouse around.
Sometimes a button will
change color or a pictures
title will appear if the mouse
is held over it for long
enough. If your mouse
passes over a link, the
pointer may change from an
arrow to a pointing finger.
In Windows programs,
buttons, menus and con-
trols often brighten as your
mouse passes over them to
give you a visual clue you are
now pointing at a clickable
control. There, again, the
secret is to pass your mouse
slowly over an object and
pay attention in order to see
anything.
The reason I keep harping
on that is sometimes I work
with someone who just can't
resist the urge to wiggle that
mouse. Every time some-
thing's loading or we're
trying to work out how to do
something, he's moving the
mouse all over the screen.
Many times we'll be trying
to work out a procedure but
with that mouse flying all
over, we can't get any
thinking done. But, as soon
as the mouse stops, and we
start pointing at things and
pausing and start paying
attention to our mouse, we
start to make progress.


COMPUTE
THIS
SEAN MCCARTHY


So what are some of the
clues to watch for when your
pointer passes over some-
thing?
Well, one of the things that
you'll likely see is your
pointer will turn into a
double-sided arrow. If you
will notice, when the very tip
of your pointer moves over
the very edge of certain
objects (such as the edge of
a window), the pointer will
sometimes turn into a
double-sided arrow. This is
your computer's way of
telling you that you can
stretch whatever it is that
you are currently pointing
at. All you have to do is click
and hold while it's a double
arrow and you should be
able to change the size that
object just by dragging the
mouse.
In many Microsoft
programs such as Internet
Explorer, Outlook Express
andWord, holding your
mouse over buttons and
controls will often yield a
small pop-up window with a
short, two- or three-word
description of the control.
The thing is, many times this
little pop-up doesn't appear
for a second or so, so if
you're all over the place with
the mouse, you just may
miss it.
In things such as word
processors or e-mail
programs, you may notice
the mouse turns into this
oversized capital "I." This
pointer is called the "I
beam," and its shape is
specifically designed to get
right between the letters.
When your pointer turns
into an I beam, that's your
clue that the part of the
screen you're pointing at is
for typing.
Yeah, there sure is a lot on
a computer that can serve to
distract you. One of the best
ways to stay on track is to
pay attention to what your
mouse is pointing at, take it
easy and follow your mouse.
Many times the answers that
you are looking for are right
under your pointer.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThisOnline.c
om (no hyphens).


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On to the next chapter


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Logan Shatters of Stuart and Nathan Flood share a moment together after being prompted by speaker Annie Line to
recognize and remember those sitting next to you during her class alumni address at graduation ceremonies for the
the Clark Advanced Learning Academy Saturday, May 28 at Jensen Beach High School. Logan was one of one 275 stu-
dents nationwide to be appointed to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and Nathan will attend the University of
Central Florida.


Letter


A letter to StarStruck families

To the editor:

The beautiful month of May is almost behind us, the
love bugs are everywhere and the students at StarStruck
are all abuzz about this summer's new slate of shows.
I can already hear them singing "Part of Your World"
from "The Little Mermaid" practicing tap steps for "Millie"
and learning the hilarious lines from "The Wedding
Singer."
Lots of proud moms are talking about the wonderful
success of their children in last week's show case, and the
private lesson students are vigorously practicing their
piano, vocal and guitar pieces for next week's recital.
The teenagers are walking in and out for "costume"
approval as they do last minute preparations for "Aida,"
the Elton John musical they will perform at the Lyric. All in
all, a typical day in the creative life of StarStruck.
Yet, there is one more component to my life these days.
In addition to the chatter of excited theater kids, and their
moms rushing around planning their summers and end of
the year activities, there is the endless ringing of my
phone, day and night, from contractors, sound engineers,
lighting companies and newspaper reporters..








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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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accuracy.


In response

The "Read the Manual" rant prompted me to write.
When making a U-turn on U.S. 1, a sign next to the green
left arrow reads U-turn must yield to vehicles making a
right turn onto U.S.1.
On my last U-turn there (I had the green arrow, which to
me, means I have the right of way) I saw that the right turn
lane onto U.S.1 has a green arrow the same time I have a
green arrow.
How can opposite lanes of traffic both have the right of
way at the same time?

Advantages to bank

There may be some advantages to having an independ-
ent central bank run by Wall Street professionals who can
keep their distance from politicians, but these advantages
are few.
When people are at the apex of such banks, they are par-
ticularly vulnerable to deceitful, political types.
When everything runs smoothly, these institutions lum-
ber forward at great risk from the Washington power bro-
kers.
When things go badly, you can be sure politicians will
deny any involvement and try to cast blame on everyone
but themselves.

Take the lead

It would be nice if Florida, for once, would take the lead
in positive reforms.
Too often, we seem to move ahead only after everyone
else has long since done so.
The issue of holding public school teachers accountable
is a case in point. Several states have already proposed or
passed laws to overhaul or eliminate tenure.
Some time ago, President Obama said, "It is time to start


If you haven't already heard, StarStruck is expanding,
and that expansion will include a theatre. Hence, it is with
enormous excitement that Peter and I officially announce
the newest chapter in the life of StarStruck Performing Arts
Center.
After a year of searching for the perfect place, we have
found a new home.
Finding this place had its challenges. We wanted it to be
bigger, but still have the charm, elegance and friendliness
of our current studio. We searched for a location that was-
n't too far away, and we found one literally down the street.
We desired a dance room without columns, and we got it.
We searched for a theater big enough for the most profes-
sional show, but comfortable enough for our youngest stu-
dent. We wanted to maintain that intangible feeling that
makes Stuart a special place, cozy, creative, friendly and
safe and we found just that.
It was important to Peter and me that you, our
StarStruck families, would be the first to know about this
big move. StarStruck began 11 years ago with 45 children
doing a summer show. At parents' urging, we did another
show that following December. For three years, we
rehearsed all over town, renting churches, friend's dance
studios and the Lyric.
See LETTER, Al1


regarding good teachers and stop making excuses for the
bad ones."
We agree, and it is time for our state legislators to take
action.

A statement from Reagan

"The deficit doctors have their scalpels out all right, but
they're not poised over the budget. That's as fat as ever
and getting fatter. What they're ready to operate on is your
wallet."
That is a statement by Ronald Reagan. It is as timely
today as when he said it.

What about UN money?

Lots of talk about cutting spending on government serv-
ices here in the U.S. No doubt, such reforms are necessary.
But what about all the money we spend on the United
Nations?
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former chief of the Inter-
national Monetary Fund, got into trouble but what is more
interesting is that he had compensation of $500,000 per
year.
American taxpayers pay one-third of all UN expenses.
That money might very well be better spent right here at
home.

Not the right time

A Pew Research Center report indicates that 76 percent
of us agree with the statement: "Immigrants today are a
burden on our country because they take our jobs, hous-
ing and healthcare."
President Obama wants to grant amnesty to the illegals.
We have massive unemployment. Many of us are in dis-
tress. Now is not the time to put an anvil around the Amer-
ican worker's neck.
Use the website

I do believe that the website vitals.com (I don't use www)
could help many in choosing a doctor. You just have to
enter his or her name and the ZIP code and you can find
reviews and ratings of that doctor.
I would hope that more people would use this site and
enter praises or complaints so the general public could
have a view on how their doctor or potential doctor is. If I
would have read the comment on my doctor I would have
found another one.

Around the country

I recently had the privilege of touring our beautiful coun-
try, first in a train, traveling up and down the east coast,
then in a bus, back and forth to Arizona.
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Business


Bakery serves up fresh dog treats


By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY - The
list of ingredients reads like
a page from a cake maker's
cookbook.
Pumpkin, cinnamon, rye,
peanut butter, applesauce,
whole-wheat flour and
carob, a substitute for
chocolate, are popular
choices in the batter at Woof
Gang Bakery in Stuart.
But the baked treats on
the platters lining the table
beneath the pretty chande-
lier aren't for humans.
They're for their best
friends.
"This is basically for dog
lovers," said Erinn Schnur,
who owns the store with her
partner, Bill Specce. "The
doggies love it."
Woof Gang Bakery is
candy land for dogs.
Freshly baked "pupcakes"
are cute, colorful cupcakes
topped with dried coconut,
sesame seeds, dried banana
or sugar-free sprinkles.
Yogurt, instead of sugar,
forms the icing on doggy
birthday cakes, and real
pumpkin and cinnamon
add flavor to the pumpkin
pie hydrant treats.
The snicker-poodle has
real peanut butter in the
biscuit, and staff use chick-
en stock to flavor the paw-
lickin' chicken treat.
The bacon cheddar bone,
too, has real bacon and
cheese, and the bakery also
uses Parmesan, in addition
to cheddar, in its various
treats.
"We have all sorts of good
things," Ms. Schnur said.
"We don't use anything
that's not good for the dogs.
We use really healthy ingre-
dients."
The Stuart store, located
on Federal Highway, just
north of the Roosevelt
Bridge, opened in Decem-
ber and is one of three fran-


chise locations on the Trea-
sure Coast.
Ms. Schnur, who became
Woof Gang Bakery's first
franchisee three years ago
when she bought a store in
Jupiter, also operates stores
in the Treasure Coast Plaza
in Vero Beach and in Palm
Beach. She has since sold
the Jupiter store to cus-
tomers.
Her shops are now among
24 Woof Gang Bakery loca-
tions in Florida, Georgia,
Texas and North Carolina.
They stock an array of
organic pet food foods
made in the United States,


including some food for
cats, and several toys and
accessories.
The mother of four unex-
pectedly began her journey
as a businesswoman one
day when she was at home
searching the Internet for a
dog to adopt.
The search results includ-
ed Woof Gang, which was
looking for a franchisee.
"I called on a whim, but
when I got into the store
and saw it, I thought I had
to do it," Ms. Schnur said. "I
loved to bake, and loved
animals. I jumped into it,
didn't look back and it was a


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whose store,
Woof Gang
Bakery, makes
fresh wholesome
treats for dogs, is
shown with a
happy customer,
Cheney.






















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Erinn Schnur


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Three years, three coun-
ties and countless whole-
some baked goods later,
owners and pets across the
Treasure Coast appear to
have embraced her treats.
Woof Gang Bakery is
located at 1521 N.W. Federal
Highway. It is open from
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a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 10
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TREASURE COAST-
Robert J. Kulas, Treasure
Coast estate planning attor-
ney, attended an educational
conference in New Orleans
during the second week of
May, hosted by the American
Academy of Estate Planning
Attorneys.
The academy is the
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in estate planning by provid-
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research and vital updates in
estate, tax and business plan-
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Mr. Kulas received training
on: using irrevocable trusts
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asset protection, new strate-
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ethics case studies: best orac-
tices and biggest blunders.
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this event we're not content
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Should I buy


an extended warranty?


Earl Stewart is the owner
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Should I buy an extend-
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or used car is one of the
most common questions I
get asked. Extended war-
ranties are also referred to
as extended service con-
tracts. This article is how I
answer this frequent
question.
An extended warranty is
simply a warranty that kicks
in after the manufacturer's
warranty expires. But
extended warranties are
never as comprehensive as


the manufacturers.
A manufacturer's warran-
ty on a new car is about as
close to a "bumper to
bumper" warranty as you
can get. However, even a
manufacturer's warranty is
not truly bumper to bumper
because the tires are never
included. The tire warranty
is offered by the tire manu-
facturer.
An extended warranty is
far from a complete
bumper-to-bumper warran-
ty, but many car salesmen
and finance managers will
say their extended warranty
is bumper to bumper. This
is not true.
Finance managers may
also try to tell you buying an
extended warranty is
necessary in order to get a
lower interest rate. This is
sometimes referred to as the
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program."
This is not true and is, in
fact, a violation of the Truth
in Lending Act, a federal
offense.
When the dealer (or
anyone else) tries to sell you
an extended warranty, they
will focus on all of the
things that the warranty
covers, but typically avoid
telling you those items the
warranty doesn't cover.
My first piece of advice is
to determine exactly what is
not covered by this warran-
ty. Today's automobile
contains more computer
hardware and software than
it took to put a man on the
moon. Computer modules
are very expensive to
replace and are usually not
covered by extended
warranties.
Navigation systems are
very expensive and usually
not covered. Sometimes
some or all of the air-
conditioning system is not
covered and this is another
very expensive item to
repair and replace. The
more expensive a part of
your car is to fix or replace,
the less likely it is to be
covered by the extended
warranty.
All extended warranties
cover the power train,
which consists of the engine
lower block, drive shaft and
rear axle. It essentially
covers the parts lubricated
by your engine oil. These
components rarely ever fail
and, if they do, it's caused by
lack of maintenance or
abuse, in which case the
warranty won't cover the
repairs anyway.
You'll see a lot of dealers
advertising a "free lifetime
warranty" with every car
they sell. These are power-
train warranties and they
are free because they are
virtually worthless.
If you decide to buy an
extended warranty, be sure
you know the company that
stands behind the warranty.
Check out the company's
financial stability.
It's not uncommon for
warranty companies to go
broke and you're stuck with
a worthless warranty.
Many manufacturers offer
extended warranties and
these are generally safer
bets than independent
companies. If the dealer is
selling his own warranty, be
sure that he is financially
strong and you don't have to
bring your car back to the
dealer anytime you have a
repair covered by the
warranty. You should have
the right to have your car
repaired by any service
department in North
America.
If you ever receive a
solicitation to buy an
extended warranty in the
mail, by e-mail or by
telephone ignore it. Ninety-
nine percent of these are
scams. The warranties are
overpriced and cover
virtually nothing that might
need repairs, usually just a


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MARTIN COUNTY-
Judith C. Jones is the new
development officer at
Molly's House, a 501(c)3
hospital hospitality house
located in Stuart.
Ms. Jones brings with her
nearly 30 years of fundrais-
ing experience, including
more than 20 in South Flori-
da.
She comes to Molly's
House from The Salvation
Army in Fredericksburg, Va.,
where she served as the
financial development
director for almost three
years.
Prior to this, Ms. Jones
served as the director of
development and public
affairs at the Fredericksburg
Area Museum for four years,
and development and pub-
lic relations officer for
Northwood University for
seven years.
Ms. Jones holds a BA in
mass media and communi-
cations from the University


of Akron and has previously
managed fundraising initia-
tives for several nonprofit
organizations.
Ms. Jones also served as
president of the Fredericks-
burg Area Fund Raising
Executives for two years.
Ms. Jones currently
resides in Stuart.
"The board of directors
and I are pleased to wel-
come Judith to the Molly's
House team," said Louise
Murtaugh, executive direc-
tor of Molly's House.
"Judith has an excellent


background in fundraising
that will lead us to achieve
our vision for the future,
providing a self-sustaining
facility that provides a
home-away-from-home for
patients and their families
experiencing a medical cri-
sis," she said.
Molly's House provides
temporary lodging for adult
and children patients and
their families who are in a
medical crisis and receiving
medical care on the Trea-
sure Coast.
Molly's House services
Palm Beach, Martin, St.
Lucie, Indian River and
Okeechobee counties.
The house has 14 bed-
rooms with private baths,
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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From page A8
power-train warranty.
The companies offering
them are likely to be gone
when you try to make a
claim. These companies
(many seem to be based in
Las Vegas) buy mailing and
e-mail lists from the various
states' departments of
motor vehicles. They know
your name, address, when
you bought your car and the
make and model from this
data. They know when your
car will be out of the
manufacturer's warranty by
how long you've owned it. A
lot of these solicitations
appear to be coming from
the manufacturer, but
manufacturers never solicit
their owners for extended
warranties. The envelope
and letters are made to look
very official and threatening
giving you only a few days
to act before it's too late.
I still haven't answered
your question about
whether or not you should
buy an extended warranty.
You know to be very
careful about which warran-
ty and who you buy it from.
I look at an extended
warranty just like I look at
an insurance policy. In fact,

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we're lucky in Florida
because automotive
extended warranties are
regulated by the state
insurance commission. The
rates are approved and
registered with the state.
In most states, the dealer
can charge anything he can
get for an extended warran-
ty.
In Florida, you can also
cancel an extended warran-
ty you haven't used anytime
in the first 60 days.
My philosophy is to buy
insurance on something
that I either couldn't afford
to fix or replace or if it
would put a financial
hardship on me if I did.
I carry fire and flood
insurance on my home
based of this philosophy. I
don't buy an extended
warranty on my iPhone


because I can afford to buy
another one if mine broke.
I also recommend you
consider buying an extend-
ed warranty if it will bring
you peace of mind. This
varies based on the person-
ality of each individual.
Whatever you decide, just
remember that most
insurance companies make
lots of money. This is
because they always take in
a lot more money in
premiums than they pay out
in claims. When you buy an
insurance policy, you're
betting against the house
and in the long run, you will
always lose.
But if you got peace of
mind because you protect-
ed yourself against a loss
that would have severely
tapped your financial
recourses, it's worth it.


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"If we want to win the
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then we also have to win the
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President Obama said in his
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it was his fear that we had
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When Sputnik was
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state is poised to become a
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pete for these jobs?
We have all heard the neg-
ative statistics about Ameri-
can students' lack of
achievement in the fields of
math in science.
In one assessment, Ameri-
can 15-year-olds ranked
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dents' interest in science by
exposing them to the latest
advances in the field and
showing them how new
technology can affect their
lives.
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more than 400 biotech drug
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target more than 200 dis-
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cancers, Alzheimer's dis-
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AIDS and arthritis) currently
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tion program through the
University of Florida's Cen-
ter for Pre-collegiate Educa-
tion and Training last sum-
mer. The program was
called "Bench to Bedside,"
and I learned exactly how
new drugs and treatments
are developed.
Most importantly, for my
classroom, the program
gave me the opportunity to
borrow biotechnology
equipment that allowed my
freshman biology students
to conduct authentic, col-
lege-level biotech labs.
These labs made my stu-
dents genuinely enjoy learn-
ing about biotechnology.
Not all science teachers
and students are lucky
enough to have the oppor-
tunities that CPET provided
us at The Pine School, so


Photo courtesy of The University of Florida
Jennifer Sunderman, The Pine School science department
chairwoman, prepares a sample of DNA to be copied in a
University of Florida lab last summer.


schools must step up to the
plate if we are to avoid "our
generation's Sputnik
moment."
Underfunded classrooms
rarely produce stellar stu-
dents. A nation of under-
funded classrooms will
never effectively compete
with the rest of the world.
Almost every major
problem we face today, pol-
lution, disease, high energy
costs and more can be
addressed through biotech-


nology innovation.
If teachers are not
equipped to engage our
young people, we will not
only fall behind the rest of
the world in scientific devel-
opment, we will fail to
answer the moral call to
improve the quality of life
for all global citizens.

Jennifer Sunderman is the
incoming chairwoman of
the science department at
The Pine School.


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MARTIN COUNTY - The
law firm of Gordon & Doner
has awarded Carlos Thal a
scholarship, which will pro-
vide four years of college
tuition based on his ability
to maintain integrity while
overcoming adversity.
"This scholarship is
unique because grade-point
average is not a factor. Our
goal is to make a difference
in the lives of students who
may not be able to attend
college without our help,"
said Robert E. Gordon, a
founding partner of the law
firm.
"We appreciate the
opportunity to help these
four high-school seniors
with integrity to further
their education," he said.
Carlos attends Martin
County High School and will
be the first person in his
family to graduate high
school. He struggled aca-
demically in the first two
years of high school, as he


worked to learn English
after arriving in the U.S.
from Haiti in 2007.
In his essays, Carlos wrote
of his tribulations in balanc-
ing his school work with
helping his mother care for
his 12 younger siblings after
the incarceration of his
father.
According to his ESOL
teacher, Patricia BeondO, he
returned to school his junior
year with an amazing atti-
tude and improved his
grades to earn a place on the
honor roll.
Carlos plans to attend
Indian River State College,
so he can stay near his fami-
ly and continue to help his
mother and siblings.
He hopes to pursue a
career in the medical field
after college.
The law firm of Gordon &
Doner has been serving the
community for more than
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Rants
From page A6
Along the east coast, I was
warmed by the homey
appeal of small towns and in
the southwest, awed by
mountains rising from the
desert. However, in city after
city, I was struck by the
numerous abandoned facto-
ries and businesses.
These crumbling build-
ings with their broken win-
dows look like the aftermath
of a war. The same applies to
empty stores in downtown
areas, dotting the land like
ghost towns.
I would wager that there
has been a war, but it did not
take place in the battlefield.
It took place in boardrooms
and in the halls of Congress,
where decisions were made
to outsource our jobs, for
cold, hard profit and trade
deals that favor other
nations. This has left hard-
working Americans to lose
jobs, resulting in homes lost
to foreclosure and children
left to do without.
But in this high stakes
chess game of the rich and
powerful, we are not help-
less pawns. We can fight
back with the "power of the
purchase."
I do this whenever I go to
the store by reading labels
and buying products that
proudly proclaim, "Made in
the USA."
In the process, I have
noticed surprising things.
For example, why do some
stores sell chop meat con-
taining meat from other
countries? Why go through


all the trouble and expense
of importing beef when we
have so many cattle right
here in the good old USA?
The resulting "meat
melange" has a stringy tex-
ture and an inferior taste.
Also, considering the
abundance of Florida's
orange groves, why do some
brands of orange juice con-
tain juice from far-away
places, where sanitation
standards might not meet
ours? Orange juice made
only from Florida oranges
gets my vote and earns my
purchase.
Looking down at us from
their ivory towers, some
politicians and business
people spit the word "pro-
tectionist" like it is a curse.
To me, it is a badge of honor.
We protect our loved ones
and homes. Protecting our
jobs and children is a part of
this.
Buying one American
product at a time, we can
rebuild the nation's econo-
my and ensure our children's
future.

Stop the double talk

Double talk by politicians
is not new, but today's crop
in our nation's capitol has
taught Americans to be
skeptics.
Simply said, we cannot
believe them.
Notice that President
Obama almost never uses
the word "spending" when
he talks about record
deficits and shoveling
money into government
black holes. He uses the
word "investments" because


it sounds softer. We need
straight shooters in Wash-
ington.

We can't keep
spending this way

Federal education spend-
ing is growing at a danger-
ous rate. The reality is that
Washington cannot contin-
ue to double and triple the
budgets for government
programs.
Even the modest Republi-
can reforms would still leave
these programs at near
record levels.
Historically low SAT
scores and the increasing
number of failing public
schools show that more
money doesn't mean stu-
dent achievement.
Since 2005, SAT scores
have dropped in math, writ-
ing and spelling.

Still pouring money
into the post office

Unbelievable as it may
seem, our post office has
awarded the postal union a
four-year contract with a 3.5
percent wage increase, plus
a cost-of-living raise starting
after 2012.
For decades, the post
office has been drowning in
red ink. For decades, the
politicians have voted to
bail them out.
Post office management
continues to plod along and
will not change unless the
politicians change it. It may
be time to change the politi-
cians we elect.


Attorney
From page A8
engine optimization and our
culture's shift to mobile com-
munication it's important
that our attorneys have a
strong presence in both the
community where they live,
as well as their online com-
munity," he said.
Sessions such as the future
of legal services underscore
the fact that attorneys, as
trusted advisors to their
client's legacies, need to
understand how to commu-
nicate with the next genera-
tion.


Mr. Kulas focuses his prac-
tice exclusively on estate,
legacy and elder-law plan-
ning.
"I make it a point to attend
the academy summits
because I recognize the value
in continuing education and
networking with like-mind-
ed attorneys," Mr. Kulas said.
"Serving the needs of our
clients has always been the
primary aim of my firm. It's
imperative to be knowledge-
able about the latest plan-
ning techniques, especially
with the recent federal estate
tax law changes.
"There are many strategies
for planning and I want to


know what legal strategies
are being used by the leading
estate planning attorneys in
the country," he said.
The Kulas law firm has
devoted its practice to estate
planning matters for the last
27 years. It has been a mem-
ber of the scademy for 18
years and is one of only
seven firms accepted into
the academy in Florida.
The firm has helped thou-
sands of families on the Trea-
sure Coast area meet their
long-term financial and
non-financial goals.
For more information call
(772) 398-0720, or visit
www.kulaslaw.com.


PALM CITY - The Palm City Chamber of Commerce announced its annual Business
Appreciation Awards on Wednesday.
Bonnie Edson of StarFish Business Services received the Volunteer of the Year award. She has been
volunteering at the Chamber of Commerce for several months, and during that time has set up
the chamber's new email communication tools and has assisted with all the chamber's electronic
communication, including invitations, letters and email confirmations.
Forest Hills received the Business of the Year award. Forest Hills' leaders, Don Macintosh and
Susan Niemi, give back to the community and help out when the community has a special need.
This company has created the Michele Radcliffe Dutro Scholarship fund, named for the longtime
community leader and chamber employee, and contributed to the Lance Corporal Justin Wilson
fundraiser. Wilson was a Palm City Marine killed in Afghanistan.
Claire Mason, Branch Manager at LF Staffing, won the Ambassador of the Year award for her
dedication to the chamber, resourcefulness and willingness to volunteer. She has over 1 5 years of c
experience working in recruitment and management, and has strong knowledge in interviewing, R
staffing, sales and job placement strategies.
Gail Gill, East Coast sales and marketing director at Seabreeze Publications, won the Business
Person of the Year award. She is involved in the marketing, .Ili-, distribution and quality
control issues for 19 newspapers in Palm Beach, St. Lucie and Martin counties. In addition to her
work, she has been a member of the Preferred Professionals of Martin County for 1 5 years.

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Letter
From page A6
Two years later, we
opened our first studio,
affectionately remembered
by so many, TheatreLoft, on
Monterey Road. Within
three years we were bursting
at the seams and moved to
our current location, where
we have enjoyed five fabu-
lous years.
None of this would have
happened without the hard
work of our teachers and the
many families who have sent


their children to StarStruck
in hope of enriching their
lives through music, art, the-
ater and dance.
Peter and I have been able
to share our artistic passion
with the entire community.
We have shown our students
that there is a discipline to
art, and that if you combine
your passion with a strong
work ethic, you can be a
shining star in anything you
attempt.
Thank you for being a part
of our world, for nurturing
an artistic experience for
your child and for encourag-


ing them to grow in an envi-
ronment that raises the bar
and encourages high expec-
tations.
We will send you details
about the move as they
unfold. Until then, thank you
for your support through the
years, your kind letters and
e-mails about the growth of
your children while in our
care and for the successful
years to come.

Jennifer Jones
Stuart
StarStruck Performing
Arts Center


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2011.
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in Hobe Sound for 17 years.
He is survived by his wife
of 35 years, Ellen; four
daughters; a son; three
grandchildren and five
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2011.
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and lived in Palm City for 11
years.
She is survived by two
daughters, Christa and
Monika; three grandchil-
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Charlotte Dawn Vincent,
79, of Hobe Sound, died May
18, 2011.
She was born in Fairbault,
Minn., and lived in South
Florida for 35 years.
She is survived by two
sons, Shaun and Stoy; a
daughter, Kelly and two
grandchildren.
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Angelina Zeman
Angelina Zeman, 85, of
Palm City, died May 10,
2011.
She was born in West New
York, N.J., and lived in Palm
City for 22 years.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a sister,
Lucille; a sister-in-law, Jean
and several nieces and
nephews.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Steven.
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Religion notes


Global Heart
Spiritual Center
Come every Sunday for
meditation starting at 10
a.m. followed by celebra-
tion at 10:30 a.m. Langford
Park 2151 N.E. Dixie High-
way, Jensen Beach.
For more information,
call (772) 332-0074.

Love and Hope
in Action
Free lunch served to the
homeless and very needy
each weekday from 1-3
p.m., along with a devo-
tional, games, activities
and a smile; held at Salerno
Southern Methodist
Church, 4899 S.E. Ebbtide
Road, Port Salerno. On Sat-
urday, a light breakfast is
provided at 10 a.m., gospel
music and service at noon
and a free lunch at 1 p.m.
Free clothes distributed for
homeless and very needy,
as well as a food pantry
from 1:30-3 p.m. Volunteers
are welcome.
For more information,
call (772) 209-2532 or (772)
485-9385

Calvary Chapel
Stuart
*Children in the commu-
nity ages 2-12, to join them
in a study "A Walk Through


The Bibl,e, at 10a.m.
through the summer
months. The study will also
feature crafts and refresh-
ments.
* The community is invit-
ed to a verse-by-verse
teaching of the Bible on
Thursday at 7 p.m. Prayer,
questions and answers, fel-
lowship and refreshments
will follow the study. The
gospel of Mark will be
taught
* The Bible Bee program.
Children ages 5 to 12 in the
community are invited and
will be studying how to
grow closer to Jesus and
learning about his will for
their lives. Music, prayer
and crafts will be offered.
The classes take place on
Wednesday at 7 p.m.
* Bible study starts at 7
p.m. on Thursdays. This
class allows questions dur-
ing the study and interac-
tion. After the study, there
will be a time for fellow-
ship, refreshments and
prayer.
* Volunteers are needed
to help teach the children's
ministry and to join the
praise team.
* Other programs include
prison ministry, feeding the
poor and homeless through
the LAHIA group, sharing
hope at the CareNet pro-life
center, visitation at nursing
homes, Bible studies and
gospel outreach.
* Men's Bible study, Tues-


day evenings at 7 p.m. All
men in the community are
encouraged and invited to
attend. Studies will include
the application to daily liv-
ing. Enjoy good Christian
fellowship, prayer, devo-
tions and refreshments.
For more information,
call (772) 288-7277. The
church is located at 5122
S.E. Federal Highway, Stu-
art, just north of Salerno
Road in Concord Square.

In His Love
Church & Ministries
Sunday services are held
10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. at
Hobe Sound Community
Center, 8980 Olympus Ave.,
Hobe Sound. Free Bibles
are available at the 10:30
a.m. Sunday service.
For additional informa-
tion, call the church office at
(772) 545-9778.

Chabad
Jewish Center
Services take place Friday
evenings and Saturday
mornings. Hebrew school,
camp, educational pro-
grams and family activities
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The center is located at
2809 S.W. Sunset Trail, Palm
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By Samantha Joseph art, the fathers go so far as ater goers can expect daz-
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coct an elaborate scheme director Tom Farley brings
MARTIN COUNTY- to end the nonexistent to life the longest running
Instead of a story of fight, all in an effort to off-Broadway production,
young lovers defying their push their children into a show that has enthralled
parents to pursue their each other's arms. audiences since 1960.
romance against all odds, They then arrange to The former Shiloh presi-
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tions' latest play has sev- so the boy can rescue her the musical that is filled
eral twists. and appear a hero in her with poetic lyrics and
For starters, it's the par- eyes. beautiful songs, including
ents who will stop at noth- "It's not a typical Broad- "Try to Remember" by
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ple united. unique," said producer "It's just a charming
In "The Fantasticks," Chris Mazzella. "The story simple little story," Mr.
now on stage at the Lyric is very poignant." Farley said. "The music is
Theatre in downtown Stu- This weekend, area the- marvelous, and the moral,


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* IRSC professor series: Abe Lincoln:
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* Friday Fest at Marina Square in
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such as it is, is timeless.
The characters have to go
out into the world and
lose what they have to
appreciate it. There's a line
in the play that says,
'Without a hurt, the heart
is hollow.' Is that true? I
don't know, but it sure
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His cast is a who's who
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The show will be per-
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and are available Mondays through
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to be happy. I gladly share
this abundance with every-
one. This is my day. I surren-
der my will to the universal
will. I am blessed and more
is on the way."

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
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active now. When you stay
focused on your top goals
and take action, positive
results are sure to follow.
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the signs that they are
blessed and beginning to
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person to be around. We all
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the young couple; Rick
Decker and Paul Morgan
their fathers.
Mark Brinkerhoff por-
trays El Gallo, the rogue
hired to kidnap the girl.
Mr. Farley and Michael
Harrison brilliantly play El
Gallo's accomplices, a pair
of aging and forgetful


aging actors.
Sandi Hellstrom plays
The Mute, a third accom-
plice, who assists in this
bizarre charade.
One of the most endear-
ing touches of the play is
the simplicity of its musi-
cal score, which features a
harpist accompanying a
pianist to create beautiful
compositions.
Musical director Betty
Saunders and harpist
Sarah Bartal are flawless


in their execution. Chore-
ographer Lindsay Davis
was among the talented
cast and crew bringing the
production to stage.
"The talent is amazing,"
Mr. Mazzella said. "We
have some of the finest
talent on the Treasure
Coast appearing on the
show."
For tickets, contact the
Lyric Theatre box office on
(772) 286-7827 or visit
www.lyrictheatre.com.


Activites for seniors
Senior Activity Center in
the Stuart area offers enter-
tainment and activities for
seniors.For more informa-
tion, contact Zee Carter, On
Site Manager at the Log
Cabin Senior Center in
Langford Park, 2369 N.E.
Dixie Highway, Jensen
Beach, or call (772) 334-
2926.

Aerobics,
Zumba classes
Dance, acting, voice and
aerobics studio announces
its first morning
aerobics/zumba class. Easy
to follow classes are held
Monday and Wednesday at
9:15a.m. ArtStage also has
adult classes in jazz, inter-
mediate ballet, acting, tap
and pilates. There is an
exciting program for chil-
dren ages 2 1/2 and up offer-
ing ballet, jazz, hip hop, tap,
aAcrobatics, modern, lyri-
cal, voice and acting. Art-
Stage is located at 304
Tequesta Drive, Tequesta.
Call (561) 747-7409 for
additional information.

Yoga classes

The Martin County Parks
& Recreation Department
and instructor, JoAnn Greco
are hosting Yoga 4 You.
Classes will take place
every Monday and Wednes-
day morning from 8:30-10
a.m. at the Hobe Sound
Community Center located
at 8980 S.E. Olympus St.
Cost for the class is $9 or $32
per four class session. All
that is required is comfort-
able clothes, bare feet, a
sticky mat, props - beach
towel and strap or belt.
For more information
about the classes or the
Instructor, call (772) 546-
0312

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The 2010-11 Hobe Sound
Chamber of Commerce Pre-
ferred Business Directory
and Community Guide is
now available.
Those interested can pick
one up in the chamber
office, Monday - Friday from
9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., other-
wise, a guide will be hand-
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levels welcome. Bring water,
donations welcome.

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lunch and live music in
Langford Park every first
Sunday of every month at
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mation, visit
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(772) 332-0074.

Dance events
The following are spon-
sored by the Treasure Coast
Salsa Club.
Tango introduction class-
es every Monday evening
from 7-9. Cost is $10.
Tango practice in Vero
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Salsa classes in Stuart
Thursday nights.
For more information, call
(772) 812-5761 or (772) 485-
6618.

Breast, cervical
cancer initiative
Women ages 50- 64 can
sign up for free orreduced
cost cancer screenings.
Some eligibility require-
ments must be met. For
more information, call (954-
762-3649.

Donate baby items
CareNet is in need of the
following items for new-
borns to be donated: Size 3,
5 and 6 diapers, car seats,
cribs, bassinettes and pak N
play sleepers.
The Port Salerno office is
open on Monday, 10am to 2
p.m., Tuesday 6-9 p.m.,Wed.
1-5 p.m. and Thursday
9a.m.-lpm. Items can be
dropped off in Port Salerno
or in the Port St Lucie office.
For more information call
(772) 871-2211, or Calvary
Chapel Stuart at (772) 288-
7277 or visit
www.CareNetTC.com

Photography group
seeking members
High school students and
adults are welcome at the
Treasure Coast Photography
Group, which meets month-
ly on the second Thursday
of the month at the Court
House Cultural Center in
Stuart from 6:30-8 p.m.
Kevin Boldenow, profes-
sional photographer and
past President of the Light-
house Gallery Photography
Club, is leading the group


and has high hopes for the
doors it will open for its
members.
The group is supported by
a grant from Women Sup-
porting the Arts and is a
project of the Arts Founda-
tion of Martin County.
For more information, e-
mail krb@artspan.com.

Tennis, for
the health of it
Cardio tennis is great for
all levels of play. Partici-
pants enjoy an hour of ener-
getic, heart- pounding activ-
ity, while practicing tennis
skills. It is a great way to
meet others, have fun and
work off calories.
For more information, call
(772) 485-8013.

Singles club
meets on Sundays
The Commodores Singles
Club meets to dance to live
music from the 1940s, 50s
and 60s, from 7:30-10 p.m.
every Sunday at the Ameri-
can Legion Hall, 3195
Savannah Road, in Jensen
Beach. Different band each
week. Dress code prohibits
beachwear, blue jeans or
sneakers. Dress casual with
men having a shirt with col-
lar. There is no smoking and
there is a bar. Free coffee,
tea and refreshments are
served. Donation is $5 for
members and $8 for non-
members.
Call (772) 334-2991 or visit
www.britetreasures.com/co
mmodore.htm for more
information.

Use public
transportation

Community Coach, the
public transportation
provider in Martin County,
invites residents to avoid the
traffic hassles and parking
problems by enjoying door-
to-door transportation to a
destination of one's choice.
Community Coach runs
Monday through Friday
from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Cost is $1.50 per ride.
Schedule rides up to 14
days in advance 48 hours in
advance. Frequent riders
can purchase a 10-ride pass
for $12.
For more information, call
(772) 283-1814 or for shuttle
bus stops, visit www.martin-
mpo.com

Group seeking
members

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Martin and St. Lucie coun-
ties are looking for new
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horticulture 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.heathcotebotani-
calgardens.org.
* The Treasure Coast
Rowing Club will host its
10th annual "Learn to Row
Day" from 9 a.m. - noon, at
the Treasure Coast Commu-
nity 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 recommend-
ed. Refreshments will be
available and the event is
free to the public. Call (772)
285-9177 or (772) 287-8439
for more information.
* Make necklaces,
bracelets or earrings out of
old catalogs, magazines
and scrap paper: Join the
Oxbow Eco-Center and
Treasure Coast Art Associa-
tion to learn how to make
these unique masterpieces
from 10 a.m.-noon at the
Oxbow Eco-Center. Making
paper beads is a traditional


craft that goes back as far as
the Victorian age, when
scraps of wallpaper were
used, then polished with
beeswax to make door
curtains. The cost of the class
is $20, which includes all
necessary materials. Space is
limited to 24 participants,
ages 15 and older. To make
a reservation, call (772) 785-
5833 or e-mail
bogans@stlucieco.org. The
Oxbow Eco-Center is a St.
Lucie County Environmental
Learning Center located at
5400 N.E. St. James Drive in
Port St. Lucie on 225 acres
along the St. Lucie River. For
the full calendar of Oxbow
events visit
www.oxboweco.com

SUNDAY, JUNE 5

* Sunday stories at the
Manatee Center, 2 p.m., all
ages, free with admission.
Bring children to the center
to hear "A Bird is Born" by
Frances and Hugh Keiser. Fun
and educational for children
of all ages. For more
information, call (772) 466-
1600, Ext 3071 or visit
www.manateecenter.com.

MONDAY, JUNE 6

* Meditation workshop
begins at 5 p.m. led by the
Rev. Katherine Geddes.
Questions regarding
meditation will be
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be widow, widowers or
divorced. Meets second
Thursday of every month.
Call (772) 398-2345 for
more information.

Join track team

The Riot City Rollers flat
track derby team is looking
for members. Both woman
and men over 18 are
encouraged to join the
team. No prior skating
experience required. Prac-
tice is every Wednesday and
Friday from 8-11 p.m., and
Sunday from 2-5 p.m. at
Halpatiokee Regional Park
located at 7645 S.W. Lost
River Drive, Stuart.
For more information, call
(772) 334-6734, or e-mail
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Dances each week

Dance to live music on
Thursday, from 7:30-10:30
p.m. at the Stuart VFW Post
No. 4194, located at 2464
S.E. Veterans Highway, off
Monterey Road. The public
is welcome. Cost is $5.
For more information, call
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14 Nicene or
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20 Gem state
21 TV Sheriff Andy
Taylor's son
22 "The Golden
23 Son's painting
26 Degeneres or
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27 In a fatal way
28 Of the early
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29 Queen of the
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30 Portend
31 Softened
32 Handle, to Henri
33 Morning drink
36 Actor Roscoe
37 Municipal council
member
41 "East of Eden"
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42 "Saint of the
Gutters"
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base
47 Stravinsky's
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48 Old salt
49 Belfry occupant
50 Wee one
51 Shade of blond
52 Her cupboard was
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59 Broadway smash
60 "Don't Drink_,"
Woody Allen play
62 Late
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63 Place for a cheap
meal
65 Additional clause
66 Valuable violin,
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67 Relish
68 Alms-seeker
70 Heat source
71 Celestial
sign-oriented
74 MGM's lion
75 John McCormack
song subject
78 Lemon additive
79 U.N. labor org.
80 Man in a shell
81 Unbiased
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82 Ichabod's
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83 "_ amies," de
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84 Universal lady
90 Mother Saarinen's
son
91 Supposes
93 Honolulu locale
94 "The end is ":
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96 News squib
97 Vestments
98 Singer Vikki
99 Sleeve style
102 Takes a drive
103 Winner of a fabled
race
107 Man from Mars
108 Poem by Mary
Dow Brine
110 Viewpoint
111 The Tentmaker
112 Rich cake
113 Mata, the spy
114 Breathes audibly
115 Taboos
116 Mountain nymph
117 Neighbor of Minn.
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6 Mother Astaire's
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7 Mother Cooper's
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8 Christian symbol
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9 Travel to and from
work
10 Most recent,
newswise
11 Garden pest
12 Mortgage claim
13 -de-lance
14 Hilllary and Bill's
girl
15 Mother's hair-curler
16 Gardner of the
many cases
17 River to the Fulda
18 Gainsay
24 Western art colony
25 TV Western
29 Odds' partner
31 Skiing champ Phil
32 Prince Valiant's
wife
33 Corday's victim
34 "Lucky" folk
35 Nursery lady


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group
57 "The Cloister and
the Hearth" author
58 "Brides of Reason"
poet Donald
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67 More painful
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69 Conger-seeker
70 Pahlavi et al.
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pole
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Ninja turtles
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87 Big shot
88 "No man is his
valet"
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breastplate and
lance
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against .." Shak
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99 Grate
100 Nazimova
101 Carlo Menotti
102 NYC museum
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Universalist Church of the
Treasure Coast, 21 S.E. Central
Parkway, Stuart. For more
information, call (772) 223-
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TUESDAY, JUNE 7
* Composting 101: The art of
creating perfect garden soil.
Learn the art of creating
perfect garden soil from 2-4
p.m. at Heathcote Botanical
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Heathcote members and $20
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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.
* The ocean science lecture
series will kick off summer
events at Harbor Branch
Oceanographic Institute at FAU
at 7 p.m. with the lecture,
"Lionfish: A Perfect
Invader?" The lecture, which
will feature three visiting
scientists, will be held in the
Johnson Education Center at
Harbor Branch. Admission is
free.

THURSDAY, JUNE 9
* The Port St. Lucie Anglers
Club will meet at the Port St.
Lucie Botanical Gardens 2410
S.E. Westmoreland Blvd. These
informative and educational
meetings will enhance your
knowledge of the most
productive techniques to fill
you fish box and ways to
ensure the conservation of this
wonderful natural resource.
Speaker is Capt. John Young


with more than 33 years
fishing experience on the St.
Lucie River and Indian River
Lagoon. The Public is invited
without charge.Free coffee and
donuts are served. Call (772)
340-7440 for more informa-
tion or visit pslanglers.com.

FRIDAY, JUNE 10
* St. Lucie County Chamber
of Commerce's coffee with
the Port St. Lucie vice mayor
sponsored by Seacoast
National Bank will be held at
8:30 a.m. at Grill on The Green,
2601 SE Morningside 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 Ave., 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 older than 4r. The
Hallstrom planetarium's
temperature is maintained at
72 degrees and visitors may
want to bring a light jacket or
sweater. Seating is limited.

SATURDAY, JUNE 11
* "Have It Your Way" will be
the topic of the Fort Pierce
Orchid Society meeting. Pre-
senters will provide cultural
recommendations for raising a
Dendrobium seedling and
participants will be provided a
seedling and material for
growing it. Growers will be
invited to bring their plants
back to the June 2012 meeting
for comparison. The meeting is
free for society members and
is $5 for guests. An individual
membership is $10 and a joint
membership is $15 per
year. Guests are welcome. For
more information, call (772)
465-4674, e-mail
fporchids@gmail.com, or visit
www.myfpos.com.
* Talk of the tropics plant
sale, from 9 a.m.-noon at the
Martin County Fairgrounds.
Displays, vendors and master
gardeners on site. The
fairgrounds are located at
2614 S.E. Dixie Highway,
Stuart.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15
* Genealogy class with Patti
Kirk from 9:45-11:45 a.m. at
the Morningside Library. Class
will discuss "Problem Solving
and 20 Steps to Avoid." The
Morningside Branch of the St.
Lucie County Library System is
located at 2410 S.E. Morning-
side Blvd., Port St. Lucie. For
more information, call (772)
337-5632.

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motivated.
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your path and move forward.
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heart and spirit are ready to
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For the recreational
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course. With GPS, golfers
get more information than
even the best caddie could
provide, for a fraction of
the cost.
In the past, I had a GPS
unit. The unfortunate
draw-back to some compa-
ny's products is their
"requirement" that you pay
a yearly fee to keep the unit
up-to-date or to download
the course you plan to play.
Once my initial year
passed, the unit became a
paper weight.
Fortunately, one compa-
ny is changing this. Golf-
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global.com) is perhaps the
best and most economical
GPS systems for golf. With
five models to choose from
and a world-wide course
library, anyone can find a
GolfBuddy GPS unit to fit
his or her needs.
In addition to units that
store up to 40,000 golf
courses, each GolfBuddy
unit comes with no activa-
tion or annual fees. Once
you purchase the unit, you
just turn it on and play.
I few months ago, I put
the GolfBuddy World unit
through its paces and
compared it to my laser
that I'd been using. I have
been a tough convert from
laser to GPS, but I think
GolfBuddy may have
convinced me that I truly
need and can rely on their
products to improve my
game and make my rounds
more enjoyable.
My shock- and water-
resistant unit came with
courses from across the
globe already pre-loaded.
In fact, the unit is so smart
that when I turn it on as I
arrive at the course, it
figures out where I am and
what course I am about to
play. As you play, the unit
automatically advances to
the next hole and will even
keep your score.
One huge advantage of
GPS over laser, is the ability
to know the distance to
objects that you cannot see
or that are too flat for a
laser to pick up. Fairway


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in Stuart is hosting a Medicare
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presented by the SHINE
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information on Medicare for
those who have already
enrolled as well as those
turning 65 this year. Learn
more about your Medicare
Benefits and get questions
answered. Space is limited.
Call (855) WELL-MED (935-
5633). Grand Island Athletic
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BARS AND CLUBS

FRIDAY, JUNE 3
* Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce,
Alex Kash, 6-10 p.m. (772)
460-9014.
* Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, 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.
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bunkers, water hazards and
other targets are all pro-
grammed in and the
yardage to get to or get over
them is displayed.
If you want to cut a
corner on a sharp dogleg at
a course you've never
played before, it helps to
know if there is a hazard
waiting around that corner
and how far you need to hit
the ball to clear it.
Another great feature of
my GolfBuddy is the
distance measuring tool.
After you select your club,
you tell the unit to store a
way-point or mark. When
you get to where your ball
landed, the unit tells you
how many yards you are
from your initial point. It's
a humbling way to find out
just how far you hit your
driver. Knowing how far
you hit each of your clubs is
of incredible value and
helps your game manage-
ment tremendously.
The units also feature a
bright, high-resolution,
color, full-function touch
screen. I use a tee to move
the marker around to
where the flag is or to
anywhere I want to know
the distance to. You can
even zoom in to the green
and see just what peril lies
between you and the flag.
My game will also benefit
from the statistical analysis
module. Here I keep track
of my fairways hit, greens
in regulation, penalty
strokes, putts and more.
With just a couple taps on
the screen, I can see just
where my game is strug-
gling or where my round
went horribly wrong.
Some units feature
multiple languages and all
come with a rechargeable
lithium ion battery and a
holster to clip it in a safe
place.
Soon, everyone will have
their own GPS for golf. We'll
simply turn it on and off we
go. We'll get all the informa-
tion about the course we
need without the snicker-
ing from a caddie when we
hit that bad shot.
James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for nearly 40
years. He hosts the Thursday
Night Golf Show on WSTU
1450-AM. Contact him at
stammergolf@yahoo.com.


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, JUNE 4
* 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.
* 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.


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Photo courtesy of Willoughby Golf Club
Willoughby Golf Club volunteers, front row, from left: Tom Weissenborn with Ripley, Bob
Perrone, Lynn Frank, Steve Frank, Sally Deuchler, Liz Newcomb, Judi Gettier, George
Lundstedt and Chuck Lavelle. Middle row, from left: Mary Anne Davie, Jean Weaver,
George Stewart and Joan MacLean. Back row, left: Olene Stuart, Dick Case and Ross
Weaver.

Golf club recognizes volunteers


For Hometown News
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MARTIN COUNTY-
Michele Reilly, general
manager of Willoughby
Golf Club in Stuart, recog-
nized the volunteer efforts
of residents and members
of the private club as a part
of National Volunteer Week
2011, which was pro-
claimed by the president
and took place from April
10-16.
Willoughby Golf Club is
currently represented by
more than 40 volunteers
with a variety of organiza-
tions including the Boys &
Girls Clubs of Martin
County, Humane Society of
the Treasure Coast, Habitat
for Humanity, Samaritan
House for Boys, United
Way, Hope Rural School,
Salvation Army, Maritime
& Classic Boat Museum, St.
Vincent de Paul, the
Library Foundation of
Martin County and more.
"Willoughby Golf Club
and the management team


are proud of our many resi-
dents and members who
dedicate their time to
deserving nonprofit organ-
izations servicing Martin
County and the Treasure
Coast," said Ms. Reilly.
National Volunteer Week
was established for the
purpose of celebrating the
profound impact of volun-
teers and to encourage all
Americans to discover
their own power to make a
difference.
President Obama has
urged all Americans to
help renew progress and
prosperity and build a
brighter future for the
nation by visiting
www.Serve.gov to find a
local project.
"I've been volunteering


with the Boys & Girls Clubs
of Martin County for about
8 years now," said Dick
Case, Willoughby Golf Club
resident and member.
"Leigh Ford introduced
me to the organization,
and I've thoroughly
enjoyed working with the
kids and watching the
impact that we as volun-
teers can have on their
lives," he said.
Mr. Case, alongside fel-
low Willoughby volunteers
Lynn and Steve Frank, have
been heavily involved with
the Boys & Girls Clubs of
Martin County, in addition
to others and instrumental
in raising funds to con-
struct a tennis court and
expand the program for the
organization.


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like new $30, Humidifier
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Friday, June 3, 2011


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Martin County * B9


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hinges for 82-92 Firebird
Cowl & side vents $195
772-359-1380 SLC
JOINTER / PLANER,
Craftsman 6" Cast Iron,
Belt Drive on Steel Stand
$180 772-597-1947 MC
LA-Z-BOY ROCKER -
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colors, upholstered $75
772-878-4008
LAPTOP COMP. 15"
Dell, Printer, Extra 16"
Flat Scrn, w/ Acc. Win.
ME $150 772-529-1121
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palm trees, large wooden
legs, $100,772-408-7606
MIRRORED DOORS, 2
bypass each 78x37 $75
772-283-6055 Stuart
MONITOR, DELL, 17"
$50, 772-621-4065
PATIO TABLE, Glass
Top 48" dia. w/ 2 Chairs,
excellent condition $45
772-468-0113 FP
PEWTER PINS, 20 Pins
$40 772-461-3846 FP
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iron, spiral, 52" tall, $25,
772-220-3872
PRINTER, HP 3600N
Color laser, like new
MSRP $600 asking $175
772-335-0022 SLC
REFRIGERATOR, Dorm
size, Emerson, 2.7x1.7 ft.
Like new, $25
772-879-9837
ROCKING CHAIR, Bent-
wood, excellent condition
$85 772-334-1424


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board Boat Polystyrene
ny low sail, center board
rudder $125
772-545-0814
SNACK TRAY TABLE
SETS- (1) with 5 tables
(1) with 3 tables $49.95
each 772-223-8928
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$30, Barbie Spotlight
$30, Savannah Cowgirl
$20 or all 3 $70
772-344-2681
SUN GLASSES, Ray
Ban, RB 3213-006-56015
like new, $30,
772-546-4751
TABLE w/ 4 chairs leaf
incl, oak color wood like
new $45 772-335-2211
TAPES, VCR 50 assort-
ed .50 each
772-335-2201 SLC
TOTAL GYM Exerciser,
used once, perfect condi-
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TV, 27" w/ oak entertain-
ment center, $150,
772-979-5644
TV- 26" Daewoo $95. 26"
Magnavox $95. Very
good condition, used
rarely 772-342-1315
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$100, Coffee Maker,
Bunn $45 772-249-0659
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excellent cond $100
Queen Sofa bed $75
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heavy duty, Invacare.
Excellent cond. Gently
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Friday, June 3, 2011


- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


PORT ST LUCIE- Steal
me now! 3/2/2, 2000sqft
under air. Now Only
$99,000 All offers con-
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Max/Masterpiece RE
772-215-0089



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New cent A/C, carpet,
paint 06. New 05 roof.
sprinkler & alarm sys,
large lot. 772-370-4884


FORT PIERCE $19,800
Duplex-Unit A- 4-br, Unit
B-3-br, each unit kitchen,
bath, no living rooms.
Needs work seller finan
Charlie 866-217-7733
see photo online at www.
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OFFICE CONDO
For Rent. Located on Bayshore Blvd .7 miles
north of Crosstown Pkwy or 2.3 miles north
of PSL Turnpike entrance. Previous business
was a pet shop, bird store, grooming or pet
boarding. 9 other active businesses
in the plaza.
$850 month


20+ ACRES
Palm Tree farm with over 7100 . I
assortedpalms. Wellmaintained i ,, ,
Crop insurance inventory is $850,000+.
1500 SqFt workshop with power & water.
Pond with Diesel pump and complete drip
irrigation system. Property includes a 2/2
home with wrap around porch. Very private
location!
$449,000


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Showroom condition, 1
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2008, 10,200 miles 60/40
split rear seat, power
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Priced to sell at $12,995
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Properties are located on a paved rd. ( . Palm Beach & Okeechobee. Fenced, a
Convenient commute to Palm City, Stuart & I acre pond, 2 wells & beautiful mature
Okeechobee. 45 minutes to the Palm Beach oak trees. Screened deck off of Living room
International Airport. for those breezy evenings. $179,900
Available for rent $1200 month.


POOL HOME 5 ACRES
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Whole home Generator & security system.
Salt chlorinated pool w/Jandy controls.
Entire home has Fabric hurricane panels. Fill
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ing. Beautiful home, a must see"!'
$325,000


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RIVER OAKS
Waterfront oasis! 5/3/2 Pool home on 1/2 acre
on the Okeechobee Waterway. Ocean, Lake
Okeechobee & Gulf Coast access. Gourmet
kitchen w/Granite co t
range & pass through' . I I .
ing glass doors to open the inside out to the
screened pool. 30' Dock w/ bench & ladder.
Magnificent balcony off Master suite for an
awesome I the pool, orgeous
backyard I I atch the oats
o! $439,000


ESTATE FOR RENI


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$675/mo 772-546-9913
JENSEN BEACH- 2-br/
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$800/mo + sec.
814-397-6028
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painted. $795 month
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772-286-0140
PALM CITY- Lighthouse
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850/mo. 772-538-0031
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$650/mo +sec (cable
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860-729-8504
STUART 55+ 2/2 fully
furn, all appl, all amen,
$750/mo +sec (cable
include) no pets/smoking
860-729-8504





STUART 55+ Cedar
Point Village 8. 2/2 end
unit, ground floor, new
carpet, paint, window
treatments, no smoking,
pets, Furn/unfurn $800/
mo annual 772-403-3868
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2-br/2-ba Elevator No
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PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
OCIE V. MILLER,
Deceased. FILE NO.:
11-000268-CP
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MILLER, deceased,
whose date of death was
July 3, 2010, is pending
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Martin County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
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East Ocean Blvd., Suite
200, Stuart, Florida
34994. The name and
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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
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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
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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 vehicles will be
sold at public auction,
free of all prior liens, per
Fl Stat 713.78 at 10:00
AM on June 17, 2011 at
A Quick Transport, 8515
SE Fern St, Hobe Sound
FL 33455, phone
772-626-8879. No titles,
as is, cash only
01 Isuz
4S2CK58W114356923
01 Olds
1G3WS52H41F225170
Interested parties,
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NOTICE is hereby given that on 6/28/2011 at 9:00
am the following vehicle (s) will be sold at public
auction for monies owed on vehicle repairs &
storage costs pursuant to F.S.S. 713.585. The
lienor: Paradise Tire & Auto Service, 6574 S.E.
Fed. Hwy. Stuart, FL 34997 (772) 288-7478.
Parties claiming interest have a right to a hearing
prior to the date of sale with the Clerk of Court as
reflected in the notice. The owner has the right to
recover possession of the vehicle without judicial
proceedings as pursuant to F.S.S. 559.917. Any
proceeds recovered from the sale of the vehicle
over the amount of the lien will be deposited with
the Clerk of Court for disposition upon court order.
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