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Vol. 10, No. 2 Your Local News and Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, June 17, 2011


.S, HOW WEIRD
IIS THAT?!
SSEAN MCCARTHY
. -4

Spend any time surfing
the Web and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to
be true. Here's a sampling,
edited for length. Remem-
ber, just because it's
online doesn't mean it's
true!
From dispatch.corn:
Judge sees peeping peril
in court stairs
An Ohio judge who
wears dresses has ren-
dered a verdict on the airy
staircase with glass steps
at the new county court-
house: she plans to take
the elevators.
Franklin County Com-
mon Pleas Judge Julie
Lynch said the stairs at the
building in Columbus
have the potential to draw
peeping from below.
She told The Columbus
Dispatch people who wear
dresses, skirts and kilts
should know about the
risk.
Jim Goodenow, county
director of public facilities
management, said there
have been discussions
about whether anything
should be done about the
situation. The newspaper
reported officials don't
want to alter the build-
ing's artistic integrity. So,
for now, security guards
have been instructed to
watch for people craning
their necks up at the
stairway.
From blog.seattlepi.com:
Boat named Titanic II
sinks on maiden voyage
If you name your boat
Titanic II, you're asking
for it. Nevertheless, when
MarkWilkinson of Birm-
ingham, England, headed
into a Dorset harbor on
his 16-foot cabin cruiser,
that was the name plas-
tered on its side. The boat
sank. Go figure.
"It's all a bit embarrass-
ing, and I got pretty fed up
with people asking me if I
had hit an iceberg,"
Wilkinson said.
He was headed back
from a fishing trip when
the newly purchased boat
went down, according to a
story on Yahoo News. He
clung to nearby pilings
until rescued.
See WEIRD, A5




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Obituaries A11
Out & About B1


Police Report AS
Rants & Raves A6
Star Scopes B1
Viewpoint A6


Congressman introduces bills to help


homeowners prepare for hurricanes


By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY - Three bills
making their way through Congress
will give relief to homeowners look-
ing for hurricane insurance and to
protect their property against dam-
age, said Rep. Tom Rooney, R-Stu-
art, who introduced the legislation.
Rep. Rooney sponsored the Nat-
ural Disaster Mitigation Act, Policy-
holder Disaster Protection Act and
Catastrophe Savings Accounts Act,


which aid with cleanup costs after
natural disasters, lower insurance
premiums and provide incentives
for homeowners to make property
improvements to protect against
damage.
The Policyholder Disaster Protec-
tion Act, referred to the Committee
on Ways and Means, seeks to
amend the Internal Revenue Code
of 1986.
If passed, it would require prop-
erty and casualty insurance com-
panies to set aside "disaster protec-


policyholders'
claims, Rep. Rooney
said. AIR COQ
The money would
go into a tax- 772
deferred reserve, as
opposed to the WW
current system, in
which insurance com-
panies only hold reserves to cover
losses that have already occurred.
Rep. Allen West, R-Plantation, co-
sponsored the legislation. The text


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Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Erika, 4, and Diana Olsen of Jensen Beach work together on a chalk drawing on a cement panel outside the Hoke
Library Saturday, June 11. The library hosted the chalk art event with the theme 'One World, Many Stories' which
is also the theme of the summer reading program throughout the county.




Youth soccer teams merge


By Dawn Krebs
dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST -
The recent merger of two
soccer groups will increase
the ability of area youth to
play competitively.
The merger combines
the Martin Football Club
into the Port St. Lucie Soc-
cer Club, according to Port
St. Lucie Soccer Club Presi-
dent Steve Gitlin.
"Martin FC did not have
an affiliation," Mr. Gitlin
said. "We helped out a few
young girl's teams last sea-
son to give them the oppor-
tunity to compete in league
play. The directors of Mar-
tin FC enjoyed our family
atmosphere and philoso-
phy, and the feeling was
that Martin FC wanted to
become part of us."
The merger now brings
together approximately 100
families.
"The alliance brings with
it 25 competitive teams, in
both boys and girls divi-
sions, with almost 400 play-
ers," he said.
Paul Gibbons, a technical
consultant for the club, said
the alliance between the
groups will help everyone
involved.
"It gives player, parents
and coaches a window of
opportunity to become bet-


ter through a continued
education process using
the Coerver coaching
method," he said. This
coaching method focuses
on individual skill develop-
ment and small-group play.
Soccer is a popular sport
in the area, involving hun-
dreds of children.
Currently, Martin County
has four soccer clubs and
St. Lucie County has two.
The clubs have both recre-
ational and competitive
programs.
The alliance also gives
the Martin County teams a


chance to compete in
leagues and tournaments.
"Working together
increases our number of
players, and gives the chil-
dren the opportunities to
play on a team, where an
individual organization
with lower numbers might
not have had," Mr. Gitlin
said.
The group is volunteer-
run, and is always looking
for parents who have time
to help with various aspects
of club operations.
"John Yudin and Matt
Livings head up the Martin


Scott Wood, 10 and
Kayla Riley, 12 race
against each other
during a scrimmage
soccer exercise at Palm
City Park in Palm City.
The Martin Football
Club and the Port St.
Lucie Soccer Club are
merging to form a
stronger alliance and
offer players better
opportunities to train
and compete.


Mitch Kloorfain
chief photographer
teams, with Paul Gibbons
and his staff heading up
advanced training," he said.
The Martin County
teams will practice Monday
and Wednesday nights in
Palm City. In Port St. Lucie,
the practices will take place
Tuesday and Thursday
nights at Swan Park.
Mr. Gitlin said children of
any skill level can play.
"Recently, the PSL Soccer
Club has started using
Coerver training to help
develop a learning environ-
ment program for our 4-, 5-
See MERGE, A4


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See PREPARE, A2


Seat


mate, not


driver,


has drugs

By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-
Claiming to own the
drugs a detective found in
her passenger's possession
did not spare the other
woman from also facing
felony and misdemeanor
possession charges.
Twenty-year-old Shelly
Marie Howell admitted to
owning the drugs in Kara
Tamblyn's possession dur-
ing a June 9 traffic stop.
Detective Kevin Kryzda
stopped the pair near
Willoughby Boulevard and
Cove Road for failure to
maintain a single lane.
Ms. Howell was driving,
and when the detective
asked for permission to
search her car, the woman
consented.
Inside her purse, her 14
pills, including
hydrocodone, "several clear
bags with a white powder
See DRUGS, A4



Writer


gets


lucky


with first


novel
By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-
When Tom Winton tried
to get his first novel pub-
lished 11 years ago, the
reception from the publish-
ing world was less than wel-
coming.
He had spent two and
half years on "Beyond Nos-
talgia," writing in his car,
jotting down ideas during
his lunch break as he
worked in sales, taking
every opportunity to piece
together the love story
about two teens in the late
1960s.
But when the manuscript
was ready and he sent
query letters to agents, only
three responded to the
Hobe Sound man.
They all politely refused
his book.
See WRITER, A10







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alty insurance companies to
assure payment of home-
owners' claims and other
insurance claims arising
from major natural disasters
now and in the future." The
bill's sponsors said by mov-
ing to address the issue now,
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companies to save for future
losses and take proactive
measures to protect policy-
holders would prevent com-
panies from having to
increase premiums after
losses occur. This legisla-
tion would help keep insur-
ance rates under control."
Also before the Commit-
tee on Ways and Means is a
bill to allow residents to cre-
ate tax-free savings
accounts to cover the costs
of repairs after major disas-
ters.
Individuals can put aside
up to twice the amount of
the deductible on their
insurance policy to cover
"catastrophe expenses" that
result from an occurrence
that the president declares a
major disaster.
Rep. Rooney said the plan
would help residents sup-
plement insurance payouts
to cover excessive damage.
The third bill, the Natural
Disaster Mitigation Act, if
passed, would give resi-


dents a tax credit of up to
$5,000 for strengthening
their properties. The credit
would cover 25 percent of
homeowners' costs.
"For every $1 spent on
mitigation, $4 in post storm
cleanup and rebuilding is
saved," Rep. Rooney said.
"These tax credits would
provide an important
incentive for families to
proactively protect their
homes from natural disas-
ters."
The bill appeared to be a
popular piece of legislation,
with several co-sponsors.
Reps. Bennie Thompson, D-
Miss., Jo Bonner, R-Ala. and
Rep. West added their
names to the proposed leg-
islation.
"Mitigation must be a pri-
ority. Too many families and
homes remain unnecessari-
ly vulnerable to natural dis-
asters like hurricanes," Rep.
Rooney said. "While mitiga-
tion will never eliminate the
risk to homeowners, it
could reduce loss and in
many cases, save a family's
home."


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residue and a cut straw with
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and 6-year-old players," he
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While the club just com-
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Detective Kryzda said Ms.
Howell admitted she owned
the drugs, but because Ms.
Tamblyn was the one hold-
ing them, the latter woman
will also face possession
charges.
He charged Ms. Tamblyn,
21, with possession of
cocaine and possession of
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana. Her bond was set at
$5,500.
Ms. Howell faces charges
of possession of cocaine,
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana, drug paraphernalia
and two counts of posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance. Her bond was set at
$16,000, and she was
released from jail.


open.
The group will also hold
summer camps in July and
August. The club is open to
kids ages 4 to 18.
"Recently, we agreed to a
partnership with West Ham
United International Acade-
my of the English Premier
League," Mr. Gitlin said.
"They hold one of the best
programs for youth soccer in
Europe and they will be here
in August to run a camp and
coaches clinic to help identi-
fy talented soccer players.
Some players will be invited
to a future national camp
and the best of the national
camp will be invited for a 10-
day stay in England working
with the academy there."
For more information, go to
www.pslsoccerclub.com.


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Police report


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

*Daryl Mathew Wilson, 18,
2023 S.E. Washington St.,
Stuart, was charged with
burglary of an occupied
building and domestic bat-
tery.
*Michael Meyers, 44, 9652
Algo Court, Port St. Lucie,
was charged with violation
of a restraining order and
burglary of an occupied
building.
*Sebastian Esteban, 18,
14467 S.W. Martin Ave.,
Indiantown, was charged
with burglary of an occupied
building.
*Cornelius Xavier Renrick,
19, 2812 S.W. Third Court,
Fort Lauderdale, was
charged with burglary of a
conveyance and first-degree
petit theft.
*Eugene Caswell, 34, 3009
S.E. Delmar St., Stuart, was
charged with grand theft.
*Dylan Brown, 25, 3406
Water Lily Court, Apt. 13,
West Palm Beach, was


charged with violation of
probation.
*Pete Carroll, aka Eddie
Smith, 22, no address listed,
was charged with being a
fugitive from justice in Geor-
gia.
*Laura Barker, 40, 1622
Clavados Drive, Cocoa, was
charged with failure to
appear for a jury trial.
*Stephen Shoemaker, 30,
2344 S.E. Rockspring Drive,
Port St. Lucie, was charged
with resisting an officer
without violence and two
counts of attempted carjack-
ing.
*Linda Faye Edge, aka Kyla
Meredith Most, 62, 3595 S.E.
Sarah Court, Apt. 184, Stuart,
was charged with being a
fugitive from justice in Texas.
*Joseph Rozenbury, 27,
4362 S.W Paley Road, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
two counts of sale of mari-
juana.
*Kara Alise Tamblyn, 21,
5172 S.E. Mariner Gardens
Circle, Stuart, was charged
with possession of cocaine
and possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana.
*Marvin Rodriguez-
Rodriguez, 25, no address
listed, was charged with
felony domestic battery by
strangulation, aggravated


domestic battery on a preg-
nant female and false
imprisonment.
*Joseph Jackson, 21, 1005
Southeast 15th Court, Stuart,
was charged with violation of
probation.
*Kentel Devonte Jackson,
21, 5669 Southeast 44th
Ave., Stuart, was charged
with violation of probation.
*Gretchen Marie Banks,
30, 8555 S.E. Mar St., Hobe
Sound, was charged with
tampering with evidence
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Terry Bortnick, 55, 7386
Southwest 39th St., Palm
City, was charged with viola-
tion of probation.
*Sammy Boggs, 40, 1081
S.E. Monterey Road, Apt.
C18, Stuart, was charged
with violation of probation.
*Cheryl Stein, 44, 660 S.W
Bryant Ave., Apt. 10, Stuart,
was charged with trafficking
in a controlled substance
and two counts of posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
*Justin Louis Pelletier, 24,
5672 S.E. Laguna Ave., Stuart,


was charged with possession
of a controlled substance.
*Daniel Terrance Clancy,
67, 5286 S.E. Channel Drive,
Stuart, was charged with cul-
tivation of marijuana.
*Joshua Romerio
Solomon, 27,1014 S.E. Bayou
Ave., Stuart, was charged
with battery of a person 65 or
older and battery on a
detainee by a detainee.
*Ted Carl Rodarm, 42, 201
Pelican Drive, Pahokee, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*Lucas Joseph Westgate,
22, 5045 Delvin Court, Orlan-
do, was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender and
two counts of purchasing a
controlled substance.
*Melissa Mae Stubbs, 26,
5150 Spyglass Hill Drive, Las
Vegas, Nev., was charged
with violation of probation.
*Jessella Marie Woods, 19,
no address listed, was
charged with two counts
each of dealing in stolen
property and false verifica-
tion of ownership.
*Stephani Grace, 37, no
address listed, was charged


with driving under the influ-
ence of drugs or alcohol and
four counts of child neglect.
*Cody Marrochello, 19,
4321 S.E. Cove Lake Circle,
Apt. 207, Stuart, was charged
with grand theft, theft and
criminal mischief.
*Marcus Alphonso Presti,
20, 8397 S.W. Masthead
Drive, Stuart, was charged
with possession of marijua-
na with intent to sell and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia.
*Genevieve Delpech, 28,
4047 Manor Forest Trail,
Boynton Beach, was charged
with violation of probation.
*Vaughn Kenneth Ramd-
war, 38, 1201 S.W. Palm
Beach Road, Apt. D106, Stu-
art, was charged with rob-
bery by sudden snatching,
criminal mischief and theft
of services.
*Tray Jamel Henderson,
20, 8427 S.E. Begonia Way,
Hobe Sound, was charged
with resisting an officer with
violence.
*Antonio Neely, 28, 3283
S.E. Jefferson St., Stuart, was
charged with aggravated
assault with a deadly
weapon.
*Corey Acierno, 21, 1375
N.E. Dixie Highway, Apt. C8,
Jensen Beach, was charged


with burglary.
*Ryan Tyler Jacobs, 20,
5444 Harbor Terrace, Stuart,
was charged with possession
of more than 20 grams of
marijuana with intent to
supply.
*Benjamin Lux Solis, 26,
424 Gardenia St., Apt. 3, West
Palm Beach, was charged
with possession of a fraudu-
lent identification card and
operation of a motor vehicle
without a valid driver
license.
*Benjamin Price Clyde, 28,
1671 S.W Cross St., Palm
City, was charged with deal-
ing in stolen property.
*Raymond Vega Jr., 50,
2184 S.E. Washington St.,
Stuart, was charged with cul-
tivation of marijuana and
trafficking in marijuana.
*William Charles Bond, 28,
10424 S.W. Rookery Way,
Palm City, was charged with
violation of probation.
*Johnathan WilliamWeier-
man, 27, 1800 S.W. Cameo
Blvd., Port St. Lucie, was
charged with violation of
probation.
*Julie Spircoff, 39, 1617
S.E. Flintolock Road, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with fil-
ing a false statement of own-
ership for the purpose of
vehicle salvage.


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rescued Wilkinson said the
breach in Titanic II's
fiberglass hull might have
happened because a repair
job deteriorated, accord-
ing to the Christian
Science Monitor.
From sfgate.com: Face-
book party spins out of
control
Better check your
Facebook settings before
posting a party invitation
online.
A teenage girl in Ger-
many who forgot to mark
her birthday invitation as
private on Facebook fled


her own party when more
than 1,500 guests showed
up and around 100 police
officers, some on horses,
were needed to keep the
crowd under control.
Eleven people were
temporarily detained, one
police officer was injured,
dozens of girls wearing
flip-flops cut their feet on
broken glass and firefight-
ers had to extinguish two
small fires at the 16th
birthday party in Ham-
burg, police spokesman
Mirko Streiber said.
The birthday girl, identi-
fied only as Thessa, went
into hiding, Streiber said,
but "nonetheless the party
was a hit."
Thessa had only wanted
to ask some friends over to


her home in Hamburg-
Bramfeld when she posted
her invitation on Face-
book, but mistakenly she
published it so that
everyone on Facebook
could see it.
The invitation quickly
went viral, and some
15,000 people confirmed
online they would come to
the party without even
knowing the girl, weekly
paper Bild am Sonntag
reported.
When Thessa's parents
found out, they made their
daughter cancel the party,
informed police and hired
a private security service
to protect their home on
Friday night.
Despite public
announcements in Ham-


burg that the party had
been canceled, some 1,500
teenagers and young
adults showed up on the
street in front of Thessa's
home, Streiber told The
Associated Press.
From courant.com: Cops:
Man punched self to fake
assault
Connecticut police said a
man punched himself in
the face, tore his shirt and
threw his wallet and keys
in a river to convince
police he had been
assaulted.
Farmington police said
Daniel Vagnini was arrest-
ed after reporting he had
been assaulted, then
admitting he made up the
story.
According to police, the


22-year-old sped through
a stop sign and nearly
crashed into a car. Police
said they later found his
car and heard Vagnini in
the woods. He told police
he had been drinking in
Hartford and was assault-
ed and blacked out.
Vagnini was charged with
reckless driving, evading
responsibility and driving
under the influence.
From msnbc.msn.com:
Box labeled 'grandma's
urn' left at Goodwill store
State police in Michigan
are trying to find who left
what appear to be a
grandmother's cremated
remains in an urn at a
Goodwill store near Flint.
Fenton Goodwill store
manager Allen Ryckman


said, "it's got to be the No.
1 or No. 2 weirdest item"
the store has ever
received. He said it
appears to have come
from a house that was
cleaned out.
The Flint Journal said
store workers found the
box just before Easter. The
box has the label "grand-
ma's urn."
The cream-colored urn is
about 10-inches tall and
weighs about 10 pounds. It
doesn't have any identify-
ing marks or label.
Anyone with information
may contact the Flint post
at (810) 732-1111.
Sean McCarthy can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


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When it comes to PC


repairs, age matters


How old is your
computer? If you
have ever called me
for help, then you probably
heard me ask you that
before just about anything
else. The very next question
I am going to ask is, how do
you connect to the Internet:
DSL, cable or (gulp!) dialup?
It's these two questions
that pretty much dictate
what direction the call is
going to take. The dialup vs.
broadband question
influences whether the call
can be handled over the
Internet or will require a
visit onsite, and the age of
the machine influences
whether it's even wise to
spend any money on
repairs.
Too old and it's cheaper to
get a new one. Too new and
it might just be covered
under warranty!
You can tell a lot about a
computer just by knowing
how old it is. If the machine
is within 3 years old, then it
probably has a gig or more
ram, 100 gig- plus hard
drive, Windows Vista or 7
(Yes! I do know there are
Macs out there, too) and
possibly a valid warranty.
Depending on the warranty
status and what the prob-
lem is, it's usually worth it to
do the repair.
If the machine is at or
around the five year mark,
(with no additional
upgrades) then we can
guess that it's got maybe 512
mb to 1 gig of ram, possibly
a 60 gig hard drive and it's
running Windows XP. You
can still do most everything
with a machine running
with these specs, but there
are a couple things to keep
in mind.
First, forget about any
warranty at this point.
Second, some parts have
a five-year expected lifes-
pan, and when parts start to
physically die (fans, power
supplies and even hard
drives), you have to ask
yourself, "If we spend the
time and money to replace
this part, what's going to die
next month?" and let that
weigh in on your decision to
go ahead with a potentially
costly repair.
The third thing to keep in
mind when running older
hardware is that you need a
backup system in place.
Everyone knows they
should be backing up their
systems, but if you've got all
your stuff on an older
machine, why push it?
Crucial parts can fail at any


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minute, and if you don't take
the time to set something
up now, you could lose it all.
Let's talk about machines
that fall into the seven-to-10
year mark. A machine that
was built in the early 2000s
will often be equipped with
128 to 256 mb of ram and
might be running XP 2000,
ME or even Windows 98. It
will have faithfully main-
tained its post and ade-
quately performed its duties
for most of a decade.
When it breaks down or if
you are wondering if there
might be anyway to speed
things up, understand that it
will never be up to today's
standards no matter how
much optimizing or memo-
ry you throw at it.
When it has an issue that
is going to require a service
call, keep in mind that
computer repair is often
billed by the hour. Old
faithful loses its charm
when the clock is running
and the progress bar isn't.
When someone calls and
tells me their old faithful
box that's been running fine
since 2002 won't boot up
any more, I usually give
them this advice: take the
money that you would likely
need to spend on repairs
(often several $100s) and get
yourself a new machine.
Period. Any new machine
that you purchase in 2011 is
going to outperform any
machine born around 2002
and will most likely cost a
fraction of what was spent
back then.
That doesn't seem to be
very popular advice. People
don't like being told that
their old faithful machine
isn't worth the price to
repair, but I don't like
spending hours on a job
only to get that awkward
feeling when the repair bill
comes to more than the
price of a new machine.
Worse yet is when some-
thing else fails a week later
and I'm faced with, "It
worked fine for years before
you touched it!"

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


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Common sense

Populate Congress with middle-class, retired folks who will
work for $100,000 per year with no retirement or health bene-
fits. They will live off pensions and Social Security and make
decisions that do not cater to large businesses or the elite.
Elect a president who is focused on spending less than the
revenue we currently enjoy. We don't need a president who
takes extravagant trips to exotic locations with large
entourages at exorbitant cost to taxpayers.
Drill for oil in the U.S. west and anywhere we have tremen-
dous reserves. Create incentives/mandates for the develop-
ment of refinery capacity within the U.S. in close proximity to
oil reserves. These activities will create jobs and diminish our
independence on foreign oil. It will also be the first positive
steps that have been taken in more than25 years.
Promote the use of natural gas, which is in abundance in
the U.S. Natural gas can be used for both short- and long-
distance transportation, home heating and fuel for power
generation.
Abandon the production and use of ethanol, which is: sub-
sidized to make it competitive with gasoline and has disrupt-
ed the worldwide corn commodity market and driven food
prices higher. Ethanol delivers lower MPGs than gasoline and
the product can deteriorate parts in our current fleet of autos.
Promote the use of wind and solar for energy production in
areas where their use is efficient and cost effective.
Build nuclear power plants in a number of U.S. locations to
provide safe and cost-effective power.
Promote the use of desalination in coastal areas to offset
the use of land based and aquifer fresh water sources. Create
underground storage or reservoirs for water when it is sea-
sonally abundant and withdraw said water when it is needed
during shortages.
Set reasonable salaries and benefits for public officials. If
the governor of Florida is paid $130,000 per year, then it fol-
lows that other public employees in the state should make
less. It seems ridiculous that we pay lesser public figures in
school districts, police, fire and utilities more than the gover-
nor, reward them with benefits that are very expensive, pay
retirement based on overtime and in some cases, lavish them
with large severance packages when they have failed to do
their duties.
It only took about 10 minutes to put together this list of
what I think are common-sense approaches to addressing
some of the problems we face today in our country. We ought
to get some other average Americans to do the same and then
vote in the people who can execute the plan.
In closing, we need election reform so that people can't buy
positions of power. How can a governor spend tens of mil-
lions for a job that pays $130,000. You have to wonder about
the motivation.
PS. Let's finally get on with tax reform where people pay a
fair share and the loopholes for the rich and special interest
groups are eliminated.

Remember Jimmy?

Those old enough to remember Jimmy Carter may recall
that he admitted when he was president that the economy
was in a "malaise" and he had no idea of how to solve the
problems.
His anti-business policies, high taxes and massive spend-
ing had driven the U.S. into a ditch. That sounds much like
America today. The economy's anemic growth is not creat-
ing jobs and may cause a double-dip recession.
With many Democrats pretending everything is fine, new
costs caused by Obamacare and a tsunami of associated
government red tape make the nation's capitol seem like it is
on a different planet from the rest of the country

Education overhaul

While no one move will reverse our failed public schools,
eliminating the insane tenure system would be a major move
forward.
Teachers unions fight change tooth and nail, of course, but


retaining poor teachers does lasting damage to our children.
Today, firing a sub-par teacher requires hundreds of thou-
sands and several years of grief.
Except for the most egregious cases, school officials will not
put themselves through such an onerous, rigorous, frustrat-
ing and distasteful process. It is an understatement to say that
such reform is necessary and long overdue.

Fraternal Order of Police not happy

President Obama signed something called the Fair Sen-
tencing Act, which allows the U.S. Sentencing Commission to
free a bunch of convicted drug dealers.
Worse yet, these un-elected bureaucrats could make their
decision retroactive. Every day brave police officers put their
lives on the line for us, but many in Washington seem to care
most about the criminals. The estimate is that as many as
12,000 inmates could be released from federal prisons. Does
anyone care about the rest of us? Does anyone care about our
police?

About illegal aliens

As the debate over illegal immigration drags on, it is
increasingly clear that President Obama's main concern is not
with the welfare of the immigrants or even with the welfare of
American citizens. The big prize, in his view, is the Hispanic
vote, not results.
He favors legalization, which is a morally wrong reward for
breaking our laws. Our border with Mexico is 1,954 miles long
but he has permitted only 350 miles to be fenced. As a result,
illegals are able to sneak into this country almost at will.

Who's illegal, who's not

A major breakthrough to determine whether people are in
this country legally is the E-Verify system. Those using it
report that it is an essential tool for immigration control.
For reasons of their own, the Obama administration has
challenged all state efforts to control their borders. Because
the feds are doing such a lousy job, states have attempted to
fill the gap, but President Obama seems determined to thwart
their efforts.
Stopping the tide of illegal immigrants is a vital job, one that
the feds have shirked.

Blame the lawyers

If ever there was an example of how lawyers are ruining our
country, consider that the American Civil Liberties Union is
suing a jail in South Carolina. The reason? Prisoners are per-
mitted to have Bibles and other types of religious themed
reading materials, but the ACLU demands that they be given
access to pornography!
Only in America would we allow lawyers to force us to
spend tax money defending such an outrage.

Obamacare

More obstacles associated with implementing Obamacare
are surfacing. Despite these problems, President Obama is
actually increasing its scope, expanding a program called pre-
existing condition insurance plans. These are supposed to
take care of people who are already sick and need special,
costly medical care.
He is slashing premiums and loosening restrictions for eli-
gibility, which is fine for the people being covered, but is terri-
ble for the rest of us who will be required to pay the additional
costs.
Even the bureaucrat who oversees the plans admits his
department has no idea of how much the relaxation of the
rules will end up costing us.

An example, please

For "decades" the politicians have bailed out the Post
Office? Hmmm, really? Like when? Give one instance.
The Founding Fathers would not recognize America as it is
today. We have so much government interference with our
daily lives. The freedoms which they attempted to guarantee
are largely being lost.
For example, the Internal Revenue Service has 35 agents
assigned full-time to the Houston headquarters of Mobil-
Exxon. They conduct a nonstop audit of the company's every
move. While we recognize the need to comply with tax laws,
surely a nonstop audit is costly and overkill.

An idea for Rick Scott

We don't know how many public employees we have in
Florida, but suspect we could get along just fine with fewer.
In New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie calculates there are
434,017 people on the public payroll. No wonder he wants to
reduce that number to cut costs.
Our governor, Rick Scott, and our state legislature should
take a page from his book.


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MARTIN COUNTY - For
almost 30 years, Danny Delo
has guided boaters through
some of their biggest do-it-
yourself repair and mainte-
nance jobs.
And with the recent
expansion of his business
into Stuart, he's sharing his
expert advice with Martin
County and South Florida
customers.
Word of the new Fiber
Glass Supply Depot, which
opened October 2010, has
brought boaters from Palm
Beach, Jupiter and Okee-
chobee and Broward coun-
ties in search of fabrication,
repair and painting sup-
plies.
"Everything I need I get
right here," said Manuel
Frias, an independent
mobile repairs contractor,
who has patronized Fiber
Glass Supply Depot's Fort
Pierce branch for six years
and welcomed the Stuart
addition.
"I like the prices and the
service is excellent. They
can get me anything I need."
That's the idea, said Mr.
Delo, who's seen a spike in
the number of boat owners
tackling repair and mainte-
nance problems for the first
time.
"People aren't buying new
boats. They can't afford to.
So they're fixing their old
boats," he said. "But they're
saying they had to go to five
stores to get everything they
needed to do the job, where-
as here they get it all at
once."
Professionals and do-it-
yourselfers from Daytona,
throughout Florida, Alaska
and the rest of the United
States, Australia and
Switzerland are among
those on the growing list of


Staff photo by Samantha Joseph
Danny Delo, left, has been helping boaters do their own repairs for nearly 30 years. His son,
Joey, center, and Kera Schraw are part of the team that runs Fiber Glass Supply Depot's
stores in Stuart and Fort Pierce. Teddy, Mr. Delo's dog, is the company's beloved mascot


customers. And Fiber Glass
Supply Depot is a top seller
on eBay, an online bidding
site.
One of the company's
competitive advantages is
its ability to continue to pro-
vide the individual attention
Mr. Frias described, staff
said.
"We help customers, like
it used to be when you went
to the hardware store," Mr.
Delo said. "Now they're too
busy to help you at the hard-
ware store, but here, we
walk people through their
projects. I'll have customers
bring their boats here and
tell them what they need to
do to get the job done."
Part of the service
includes helping customers
figure out their way through
first-time repairs.
"Most of the time they
come in, they don't know
what they need. I've got to
pull it out of them," said Mr.
Delo.
Part of his job includes


providing expert advice and
weeding out misinforma-
tion from third parties.
"Sometimes, they think
it's more complicated than it
really is, so we try to simplify
it for them," he said.
Often, doing repairs on
boats is easier than car
maintenance, said Mr. Delo,
who's operated a marine
supply store for about three
decades and is now presi-
dent of Fiber Glass Supply
Depot, which he runs with
sons, Jesse and Joey.
But most people used to
be afraid to tackle projects
on the pricey vehicles, until
the recent economic down-
turn, he said.
In recent years, though,
he's seen an increasing
number of customers -
particularly commercial
fishermen - come in for
help at his store, which sells
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"We have people who
bring the boats back (after
they've finished the project)
to show me the outcome,
and say, 'I can't believe I did
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i a "o-ow,. I Always get dealer promises in writing


Earl Stewart is the owner
and general manager ofEarl
Stewart Toyota in North
Palm Beach. The dealership
is located at 1215 N. Federal
Highway in Lake Park.
Contact him atwww.earl-
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(561) 358-1474, fax (561)
658-0746 or e-mail
earls@earlstewarttoyota.co
m.
Listen to him on Seaview
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me horror stories about
their dealing with unethical
car dealers. Of course it
would be much better had
these readers called me
before they bought the car.
I have written nearly 300
columns for Hometown
News and given advice on a
variety of subjects, which
should make your car
buying or servicing, experi-
ence safer and more
pleasant.
There is one piece of


advice which, if strictly
followed, would eliminate
more than 90 percent of the
problems car buyers have
with car dealers. That advice
is: always insist that all
promises and commitments
made by the car salesperson
or sales manager are put in
writing.
The written commitments
should be signed by the
salesperson/manager and
you and you should retain a
copy.
These are just some
examples of promises made
by salespeople and sales
managers that were not
kept:
* Sign the contract, drive
the car home and if you
change your mind within
three days you can bring the
car back and we will refund
all of your money. When the
customer brought the car
back, the salesman claimed
he never said any such
thing.
* After signing a 36-month
lease, the salesman assured
this customer that, if she got
tired of this car in less than
36 months, she could just
bring it back anytime. Of
course the leasing company
didn't agree with the
salesman on this.
* A customer was prom-
ised that she would be able
to get free loaner cars
anytime she brought her car
in for service. The service
department didn't know
anything about this. They
don't offer free loaners.
* The business manager,
also known as the F&I
manager, told the customer
that the warranty/extended
service contract he was
selling her covered 100
percent of anything that
went wrong with her car.
When she came in for a
brake job, the service
manager showed her the
fine print in the warranty
contract that said mainte-
nance items were not
covered.
* The salesman told the
customer not to trade his
car in on the new car
because he owed way more
on the car than it was worth.
He told him to just let the


bank take her old car back
and because she was
making her payments on
time on her new car it
wouldn't harm her credit
rating. I don't think this
requires any explanation.
* Customers are promised
that they can bring their
cars back after they buy
them and have CD players,
leather, running boards, and
floor mats, and other
accessories installed as part
of the deal. When they come
back, none of the managers
knows about this and the
salesman can't be found or
doesn't "remember." I could
list dozens more of these
anecdotes.
You have very little
chance when it's your word
against the salesmans or
sales managers. You have
even less of a chance if it's
two against one. Do not be
timid about asking that
everything you are prom-
ised is put into writing.
If the salesman objects to
this or hesitates, you have to
ask yourself why. Another
reason for having all
promises committed to
writing is that the salesman
or sales manager may not
work at that dealership
when you come back to
collect on his promise. He
may have actually been
sincere, but now he's gone.
Will his replacement believe
you?
It's a good idea to carry a
note pad with you when you
are negotiating to buy a car.
I wrote a previous column
entitled "Never go car
shopping alone." When you
have an ally with you, she
can take notes while you are
negotiating. Also, if you do
forget to commit a promise
to writing, your credibility is
enhanced when it's two
against one instead of he
said/she said.
When you are signing the
final documents, you have
your complete set of notes
detailing promises, assur-
ances and commitments by
the salesman. Then, all you
have to do is have these
signed by both parties and
be sure that you get a copy.


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n a faltering economy,
with limited resources,
we have to be creative.
Decorating with nostalgic
finds from True Treasures
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the eye.
Gail Sheehy, years ago, wrote a
best-selling book called Passages,
dealing with the stages of our lives
and the changes we have to make
in order to transition from one life-
stage to another.
These days, many of us who read
the book are deep in the throes of
our own transitions. The passage of
time forces decisions that our expe-
riences to date have yet to prepare
us for: Parents are going into senior
apartments or assisted living facili-
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Living in Florida, we have the
privilege of enjoying the wonderful
weather and beautiful vegetation,
and a chance to shop in the new re-
cycle world. The demographics and
the necessity for many to pare down,
not to mention the economic status,
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shops. When it comes to decorating
our homes, many of us have to be
financially creative, and True Trea-
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ible inventory of preowned treasures.
Because of this, in collaboration
with designer Cynthia Canova and
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Everyone at True Treasures works
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Those with sensitivities to the pres-
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Let's face it, conservation is here
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Photo courtesy Tom Winton
Hobe Sound resident Tom Winton kept the manuscript for
'Beyond Nostalgia' in a closet for more than 10 years, until
positive feedback from writers encouraged him to seek a
publisher. The book sold 1,000 copies in one month on
Amazon. com.


Writer
From page Al
Discouraged and dis-
heartened, Mr. Winton
threw the manuscript in a
closet and shut the door on
his dreams of being a writer.
The draft would lie there
for more than a decade.
"The only other person
who read it was my wife," he
said. "But when I closed the
door of that closet, I left a
piece of my soul. When I was
writing, I felt alive."
But while he'd stopped
writing, Mr. Winton
remained an avid reader.
During one of his frequent
trips to the local library, he
came across a magazine
article about online writing
communities.
The news set in motion a


series of events that would
see "Beyond Nostaglia" pub-
lished and appearing on
several top-rated categories
on Amazon.com, the online
bookseller.
Once he joined the first
community of writers in
2009, Mr. Winton posted his
manuscript for a peer
review.
"I got 400 reviews and
almost all of them were fab-
ulous," he said. "I'm reading
these things and thought,
'Oh my god! I wrote a book. I
wasted 11 years.'"
The feedback encouraged
him to renew his search for a
publisher, and led him to
Night Publishing.
In one month, his book
sold about 1,000 copies. It
has appeared twice on Ama-
zon's literary fiction best-
sellers list.


The paperback sells for
$11.99, and Kindle down-
loads cost 99 cents. The
book is also available
through Barnes & Noble.
Of 22 customer reviews on
Amazon's website, 20 gave
"Beyond Nostalgia" a five-
star rating, the highest pos-
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gave it four stars.
"There is a success story
at the end of this book, but it
isn't what I expected," wrote
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immensely delighted when
a predictable ending found
in most romantic novels
didn't happen in this one.
The story grabbed me from
start to finish, so much so,
that I found myself reliving
moments from my own
past, feeling nostalgic about
a previous relationship."
The book tells the story of


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who rises to the top of the
literary world, but never for-
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Set in Queens, N.Y., and
southeast Florida, the open-
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"I once believed soft,
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Mr. Winton wrote.
"In a tough paycheck-to-
paycheck, hard-luck place
with a name like Flushing,
life's finer things appeared
only in dreams."
For the local author who
said his life inspired the
novel, his novel's early suc-
cess might be a case of life
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Program offers professional development opportunities


For Hometown News
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MARTIN COUNTY-
United Way of Martin
County is looking for volun-
teer loaned executive
recruits to help during the
2011-12 campaign.
Loaned executives will
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annual campaign benefit
United Way programs such
as teen mentoring that
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their school attendance,


grades and behavior;
employment internships to
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Martin County's unique
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ence.
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Carmela Rockwell

Carmela Rockwell, 75, of
Hobe Sound, died May 25,
2011.
She was born in Pater-
son, N.J., and lived in Hobe
Sound for 36 years.
She was a bookkeeper.
She was a member of St.
Christopher Catholic
Church.
She is survived by two
sons, Jack and Michael; a
sister, Phyllis and two
brothers, Angelo andVince.
Arrangements by Forest
Hills Funeral Homes.

Patrick J. Appleton

Patrick J. Appleton, 13, of
Palm City, Florida, died
May 27, 2011.
He was born in Stuart
and lived in Palm City.
He was a student at Hid-
den Oaks Middle School.
He was a member of the
Palm City Dolphins foot-
ball team, the Martin
County pioneer lacrosse
team and the Martin Coun-
ty North Baseball League.
He attended the Gethse-
mane Ranch Ministry.
He is survived by his par-


ents, James and Angie; a
brother, Marshall; a sister,
Bethany; maternal grand-
parents, Bart and Charo-
lette; maternal great grand-
mother, Dorothy; paternal
grandmother, Vernita; and
many aunts, uncles and
cousins.
He was preceded in
death by his grandfather,
Edward.
Arrangements by Forest
Hill Funeral Homes.

Carole Ann Ford

Carole Ann Ford, 79, of
Jensen Beach, died May 27,
2011.
She was born in
Rochester, N.H., and
moved to Jensen Beach
nine years ago.
She was a member of St
Martin De Porres Catholic
Church.
She is survived by her
husband of 57 years,
Robert; two daughters
Mary and Theresa and one
grandchild.
She was preceded in
death by a daughter, Kath-
leen.
Arrangements by All
See OBITUARIES, A12


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From page A9
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Walter H. Connor
Walter H. Connor, 96, of
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2011.
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He was born in Cleve-
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He served in the U.S.
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He was preceded in
death by his wife, Helen.
He is survived by a
daughter, Carol; a son,
James; two grandchildren
and six great-grandchil-
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2011.
She was born in Puerto
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She is survived by a
daughter, Tracey; a son,
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By Samantha Joseph
sjoseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-
Lunch at Big Kahuna
Restaurant & Bar is a fun
afternoon outing.
The new Jensen Beach
spot evokes the feeling of a
seaside grill with surf-
boards on the wall, murals
of beach scenes, pastel-col-
ored decorations, fun,
upbeat music playing,
friendly smiling staff and
best of all, a feast of deli-
cious eats on the menu.
From the front entrance,
with its thatched roof and


colorful tiki statues, Big
Kahuna makes a great first
impression.
And the food seals the
deal.
An impressive list of
appetizers caters to a wide
array of tastes with choices
that range from mac &
cheese balls to crab-stuffed
portabella.
Boneless wings comple-
ment chicken wings and
include volcano, hot, mild,
barbecue or honey mus-
tard sauces.
Golden brown and lightly
seasoned fried calamari
with lemon and marinara
sauce is an option, as are
shrimp scampi, spring
rolls, mozzarella sticks,
barbecue ribs, chips &
salsa, ginger shrimp and
mussels steamed in lemon,


garlic, butter and Chardon-
nay or marinara sauce.
The blackened sea scal-
lops, done in a blend of
Cajun spices, are a favorite
appetizer, as are the
almond shrimp, surround-
ed by a semi-sweet spicy
sauce.
For sushi lovers, the yel-
low-fin tuna seared in
sesame seeds is exquisite
with cream cheese, ginger,
wasabi and soy sauce.
Pan-fried Asian
dumplings with traditional
dipping sauces also offer a
taste of the exotic.
And all of this is just for
starters.
The restaurant's market-
ing material states, "There's
something for everyone at
Big Kahuna."
Its menu does not disap-


Server Juan Deleon
delivers excellent
service and bartender
Amy Bufton ensures
that Big Kahuna
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point. The list of choices is
extensive and includes sev-
eral pasta, chicken,
seafood, salad, soup, steak
and pork options.
A burger menu has at
least 12 options, including
a mushroom cheeseburger,
barbecue bacon burger,
one topped with blue
cheese, a patty melt with
sauteed onions, mini-burg-
ers and a black Angus burg-
er topped with a fried egg.
More than 15 other hot
and cold sandwiches are up
for the taking, including
Philly cheese steaks, chick-
en wraps, turkey, shrimp
po-boys and spaghetti and
meatballs on a sub loaded
with parmesan and mari-
nara.
See EATERY, B3


Out & about


SPECIAL EVENTS

FRIDAY, JUNE 17
* Martin County Genealogical Society
monthly meeting from 1-3 p.m. in the
John F. Armstrong Wing of the Blake
Library. Why you should preserve your
photo memories will be presented by
Suzanne Woodie. Come early,12:15 pm,
and Suzanne will scan old photos for
members for free.
* The Fort Pierce Branch Library
presents bilingual storytime with Ms.
Ana at 10 a.m. Designed for ages 4-8,
this English/Spanish storytime is free and
open to everyone. The Fort Pierce Branch
of the St. Lucie County Library System is
located at 101 Melody Lane. For more
information about library programs call
(772) 462-2812 or visit
http://library.stlucieco.gov.

THROUGH SUNDAY, JUNE 19
* "The Hollow," a classic Agatha
Christie murder mystery, will be present-
ed by The Barn Theatre with performanc-
es at 8 p.m. Wednesday through
Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets


are $20 and are available Mondays
through Fridays at the Barn Theatre box
office, 2400 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart from
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tickets can also be
obtained by calling (772) 287-4884 or
online at www.barn-theatre.com.

SATURDAY, JUNE 18
*The Fort Pierce Branch Library will host
a musical interlude and poetry reading
starting at noon. Guitar soloist Fred
Donghia will play folk rock music as well
as some of his original ballads from
noon-1 p.m., followed by an open mic
poetry reading with poet William
Kemmett at 1 p.m. Guests are welcome
to read their own work or that of
another. These events are free and open
to the public. No reservations are
required. The Fort Pierce Branch of the
St. Lucie County Library System is located
at 101 Melody Lane. For more informa-
tion about library programs call (772)
462-1616 or visit
http://library.stlucieco.gov.
* Paul McCartney birthday tribute.
McCartney Mania featuring Jack Maravell,
beginning at 9 p.m. at 60 Proof, 338 Port
St. Lucie Blvd., across from city hall. Cost


is $10. For more information, call (772)
626-2374.
* Brown bag lunch lecture: Join the
Oxbow Eco-Center at noon to hear Erik
Martin, scientific director and vice
president of Ecological Associates, share
some great photographs of the five
species of sea turtles found along the
Treasure Coast and discuss some of the
current issues concerning their conserva-
tion. The lecture is free. Bring a brown
bag lunch and learn about these
fascinating reptiles. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 785-5833, e-mail
oxbow@stlucieco.org, or visit
www.oxboweco.com.
* Legacy will be holding auditions for
its dance competition team over the
summer for the new 2011-12 season at
the Port St. Lucie Community Center
from 3-7pm for ages 11-18 yrs old.
Auditions will also be held July 16. Dance
experience is a plus, but not required.
Legacy continues to have classes all
summer long for ages 7-18 years old.
For more information or to reserve a
spot call (561) 329-6289.


See OUT, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 6-17-2011


Aries-March 21-April 19
Your greatest gift is a strong
spirit. Never give up. When
the chips are down, you can
always hang in there, give
110 percent and do the right
things needed to survive and
thrive. The stress of the past
year or so will begin to ease
soon. You will see life and
finances gradually easing.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Coming back to your creative
self insures a renewal of
present and future happi-
ness, growth and success.
You have done your work.
It's time to play. You have so
much promise and potential.
Your wisdom, life experience
and desire will now continue
you on and up to your great-
est dreams.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Your positive attitude has
brought you safely through
many of life's challenges. It
will continue to guide you in
the future. Failure is not an
option with you. Keep hon-
ing your talents and skills.
This will prepare you for new
conquests. Your natural pas-
sion for life is like a beacon
for other thirsty souls.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You thrive under pressure.
Make sure it is the creative
kind. When others around
you are falling apart, you
keep going. Life works easier
if you replace the joy in your
heart each day. Do some-
thing nice for you every day.
Now, your powerful pres-
ence is felt by others who
you inspire.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Courage is one of your great-
est assets. The others are loy-
alty, honesty and compas-
sion. You are always there for
your friends. You don't cut
corners. You have a keen
sense of justice. You give it
your all when your heart is in
it. All these wonderful gifts
continue to advance you in
life.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Recent successes make you
want to do even more in life.
You can do it. Be sure to
chart a course, three, six, 12
months down the road. Then
take it a day at a time and
move it forward. Instill this
goal and dream oriented
direction in the hearts of
close friends and you will
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From page B1
continue to reap great
rewards. Great job.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
See, it works when you pace
yourself. Remember last
week. This keeps you bal-
anced. You are calmer and
your spirit remains strong.
The extra energy gained
should be used to keep your
body, mind and heart work-
ing a high level. You have
mastered life. Keep this
direction.


Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Many new ideas keep com-
ing from your dream state.
It's very important that you
write them down. Who
knows? One idea could give
you back$1 million in happi-
ness. Refuse to listen to oth-
ers unless they share your
visions. Be careful who you
tell your secrets to.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Sagittarius is ruled by Jupiter.
Jupiter is the planet of jovial-
ity and abundance. Do
things that are fun and prof-
itable. Then share with and
teach others how you do it.




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Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Your love of life is at a new
high. It will continue to
increase. You feel at peace
with the world for the first
time in ages. Stay focused
and on the higher, easier
path. You have earned it.
Don't worry about the small
stuff. Now everything you
want will fall in place.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You have done much soul
searching this year. You set
new and higher goals. They
are progressing. The fall
should bring even more fun
and rewards. This is not the
best time to start new proj-
ects but to push existing
ones forward. Stay on this
focused path and work off
top priorities.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You are running fully extend-
ed. The best time to do that
is when you see the finish
line just ahead. Try to pace
yourself to prevent burnouts
along the way. Only go all
out when there is a deadline
to meet. Your strong sense of
responsibility will sweep you
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SATURDAY, JUNE 18-
SUNDAY, JUNE 19
* Tropical Ranch Botanical
Gardens opening will feature
the Bamboo Extravaganza
including a "Bamboo Walk
and Talk" led by TRBG tour
director Nicky Campbell and
owner Diane Rexroad.
Bamboo plants purchased this
week-end will be at 10
percent off. As always, the
public is welcome to tour the
11 theme gardens at no cost.
Also the gardens are having a
plant sale from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
The Gardens are located at
1905 S.W. Ranch Trail,
Stuart.(Off Rt.76 Tropical
Farms area). For more
information, call (772) 283-
5565.
THURSDAY, JUNE 23
* Stroke Support Group will
meet at Unity of Stuart, 211
Central Park East, Stuart.
Stroke families and caregivers
are invited to come and share.
For more information, call
(772) 283-5137.
SATURDAY, JUNE 25
* Dinner and entertainment
from 5-9:30 p.m.at V.F.W. Post
8058 in Fort Pierce to benefit
Southeast Florida Honor Flight
that sends World War II
veterans to Washington, D.C.
Raffles, 50/50, entertainment
and social hour. Nonsmoking
event. Cost is $20. 3475
Douglas Road, Fort Pierce. For
more information, call (772)
342- 6054 after 4 p.m.
MONDAY, JUNE 27
* Island Kayak leaves from
the Manatee Center in Fort
Pierce. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Cost is
$35 with snack (MOEC
members $33). Call (772)
466-1600, Ext. 3071 for
information.
BARS AND CLUBS
FRIDAY, JUNE 17
* Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce,
Alex Kash, 6-10 p.m. (772)
460-9014.
* Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, Reggae by
Rainfall, 8 p.m. to midnight.
(772) 334-1130.
* Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen
Beach, Call for performers. 8
p.m.-midnight. (772) 225-
3444.
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Live music, 9 p.m. to
midnight. (772) 283-1929.
* Hutchinson Island
Marriott Resort Tiki Bar, 555
N.E. Ocean Blvd., Hutchinson
Island, (772) 225-3700.
* Manatee Island Bar &
Grill, 4817 S.E. Dixie Highway,
Port Salerno. Robbie Bullard, 8
p.m. (772) 872-7288.
* The Original Tiki Bar &
Restaurant, 2 Ave. A, Fort
Pierce, Live music 5-9 p.m.
(772) 461-0880.
* Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart. OPM, 8:30
p.m.-12:30 a.m. (772) 223-
5048.
* Rinelli's Yellow Tail, Live
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Eatery
From page B1

Order a fresh fish sand-
wich - or any fish dish for
that matter - and the chef
prepares it grilled, black-
ened, herb-crusted or fried,
as requested.
A fresh salmon filet, per-
fectly grilled, served on a
lightly toasted roll with let-
tuce, tomato, mayonnaise
and a side of homemade
pineapple coleslaw was a
simple and perfect lunch on
a recent visit.
But more elaborate
options offer a mix of bold
and delicate flavors.
Choices range from black-
ened fish with mango salsa
to linguine pescatore, fish
crusted with macadamia
nuts, tropical pineapple
cashew chicken, spicy
chicken, penne a la vodka,
teriyaki glazed sirloin, ten-
der baby back ribs, filet
mignon and pork chops in a


port wine demi-glaze.
But it's not just the array
of specialties that impress.
Server Juan Deleon is
excellent.
Professional, prompt and
pleasant, he describes menu
items perfectly, answers all
questions and makes sug-
gestions about pairings.
In just three months that
the restaurant's been open,
customers already ask for
him by name and request to
sit at his tables.
On a recent weekday, he
handily serves a group of
about 16, while handling
other tables.
Bartender Amy Bufton is
also attentive and friendly.
She said the restaurant
really is as fun as it seems,
and that customers don't
complain about its daily
happy hours, either.
Domestic beers sell for
$2.25 per pint all day, with
Bud Select priced at $1.99.
Well cocktails, such as
rum and coke, vodka and


cranberry and gin and tonic,
sell for $3.25.
House wines, which
include Chardonnay, white
zinfandel, merlot and caber-
net, are $4.25 per glass.
The restaurant's wine list
contains sparkling, white,
blush and red selections,
sold by the glass or bottle. It
also includes the luxury
label Dom Perignon.
Its cocktails are a colorful
blend of rums, tropical fruit
juices, cream, fresh mint
leaves and other ingredients
put to interesting uses.
The grand master of them
all is the Kahuna punch
bowl, a 50-ounce liquid cel-
ebration that mixes several
fruit rums with lots of deli-
cious tropical juices.
"That thing is fabulous,"
Ms. Bufton said.

Big Kahuna Restaurant &
Bar is located at 4050 N.W
Federal Highway. For more
information, call (772) 232-
4044.


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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 18
* Bogey's & Stogey's, 1032
S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St.
Lucie. Call for performers.
(772) 337-7778.
* Cafe 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.
* Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.
Bayview St., Stuart. Move the
Dog Band, 8:30 p.m. - 12:30
a.m. (772) 223-5048.
* Rinelli's Yellow Tail, Live
piano music, 101 Second
Street, Fort Pierce. (772) 466-
5474.
SUNDAY, JUNE 19
* Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce,
Matrix, 4-8 p.m. (772) 460-
9014.
* Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach. Reggae by
Rainfall, 7-10 p.m. (772) 334-
1130.
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Live music, 2-6 p.m.
(772) 283-1929.
* Manatee Island Bar &
Grill, 4817 S.E. Dixie Highway,
Port Salerno. Floridian Band at
the Tiki Bar, 3 p.m. (772) 872-
7288.
* Pirate's Loft, 4307 S.E.


Bayview St., Stuart, Reggae
with Frenz, 2-6 p.m. (772) 223-
5048.
* Wahoo's on the Water-
front, 400 N.W. Alice Ave.,
Stuart, features various classic
rock bands, 4:30-8:30 p.m.
(772) 692-2333.
MONDAY, JUNE 20
* O'Malley's, 2721 Morning-
side Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Call
for performers. (772) 337-
3090.
TUESDAY, JUNE 21
* Cowboys' BBQ & Steak Co.
2902 SE Gran Parkway, Stuart,
Capt. Ron from 8-11 p.m.
(772) 287-8100.
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Ronnie, The One Man
Band, 8:30-11:30 p.m. (772)
283-1929.
* King's Head Pub, 2838 SW
Port St. Lucie Blvd. Hypnotist
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Molly's House treats foodies to samples, fun


For Hometown News
NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-
Molly's House will host a
pret a manger on July 11,
from 5:3 -8 p.m.
The event will feature
top area chefs, delectable
small plates of culinary
delights, a silent auction,
50/50 drawing, recipes and
more.
Mitch Kloorfain of
Hometown News and
Bryan Garner of Florida
Power & Light Company
will judge the samples at 5
p.m., awarding winning
chefs with ribbons.
Tickets are $30 each and


must be purchased prior to
the event. Only 150 tickets
will be sold. Parking is
available on Osceola Street
in front of the House.
Participating chefs and
area restaurant represen-
tatives will be located on
each floor of the three-
story, Victorian-style
house, as well as in the
Molly's House parking lot.
The Chef's Table, Splash
/ Harbor Grill and The Dia-
mond Tea Room & Bistro
are just a few restaurants
preparing appetizing sam-
ples for guests.
Categories include:
appetizers, soups, salads,
vegetables, entrees (beef,


pork, fish, meatless meals,
etc.) and desserts or pas-
tries.
Proceeds support the
Molly's House Adopt a
Family program that subsi-
dizes room costs for
patients and their families
experiencing a medical
crisis on the Treasure
Coast.
Molly's House is a
501(c)3 hospital hospitali-
ty house that provides
temporary lodging for
patients and their families
who are in a medical crisis
and receiving medical care
on the Treasure Coast.
Molly's House services
Palm Beach, Martin, St.


Lucie, Indian River and
Okeechobee counties.
The house has 14 bed-
rooms with private baths,
a living room, two
kitchens, laundry, chapel
and outside areas for
relaxing.
Since opening in 1996,
Molly's House is dedicated
to keeping families togeth-
er and has helped more
than 12,000 individuals.
Hometown News is a
sponsor of this event.s.
For more information or
to purchase tickets, call
(772) 223-6659, visit
www.MollysHouse.org or
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Mansion continues tours in summer


For Hometown News
NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY -The
Martin County Parks and
Recreation Department
will continue to open the


Mansion at Tuckahoe for
public visitation every
Wednesday between 9 a.m.
and noon for viewing.
For the summer, June
through September, guid-
ed tours are available at 10


a.m. and 11 a.m.
The mansion open
house and tours will be
closed on June 22.
Tour reservations are not
required for individuals or
small groups. The cost for


group tours of eight per-
sons or more is $20. All
other tours are free.
Interested community
groups of eight or more can
call (772) 288-5737 to
reserve a tour time.


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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


ACROSS
I Young of
"Topper" films
7 Crow cries
11 Back from fore
14 Bard, in old
England
18 Pencil ends
20 "Step !"
21 Trifling amount
22 Kind of dollar
23 Herbal forecast?
25 Light
undergarments
27 Kazan
28 Type of
computer
29 Animation frame
30 " moi le
deluge"
31 The water, in
France
32 Chess call
33 Brogue,
for one
35 Smart
36 Normandy WWII
objective
38 Hamelin spice?
41 Obtain
42 Demi
44 "Today
man"
45 Feline sports
name
47 Formed a lap
50 Sault Marie
51 Best of
Hollywood
52 Utah's state
flower
53 "Nightmare"
street
56 State an
equivalence
58 Sound off
59 Funny Bert
61 Sleep disorder
63 Twist
64 Menlo Park
name
67 Philatelic unit
69 Matinee
70 Wertmuller of
films
71 Greens' behest?
73 Fluff
74 and
Thummin
(scriptural
pairing)
75 Art Deco
designer
76 Maryland athlete
77 Bacchanalian
cry
78 Station
80 Heraldic green
82 Operatic
Merriman
83 Fall quaffs


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85 Pre-1868 Tokyo
86 Infamous Idi
88 Make a door ajar
90 Scamper
91 Holy
92 Barcelona baby
boys
94 Halloween cries
95 Squashes
97 TV dance judge
Goodman
98 Herbal "Diff'rent
Strokes" actress?
101 Undercover agt.
104 Hound
106 Affair of honor
107 Raines or Fitzgerald
109 Cutlet meat
111 Attach
112 Trouble
113 Removed the soap
115 Atlanta arena
116 Desert menace
118 Showy engagement
rings
120 Take ten
121 " Hear a Waltz?"
122 Spanish Steps
locale
123 Sycamore summit


ces, Inc. All rights reserved
Answers located in
124 Roscoe of old
movies
125 Classified items
126 "Diary of_
Housewife"
127 Church officials
DOWN
1 Ward off
2 Ecclesiastical capes
3 Roping gear
4 Incursion
5 Artist Whatmore
6 Phantasm
7 Grand Dam
8 Part of A.D.
9 Airplane dimension
10 Piggery
11 Out like a light
12 Thwart
13 Cask
14 Ooze
15 Lithographers'
herb?
16 _ Express
17 Versification
19 Neurons' junction
point
24 Composer Erik


Classified Section
26 Needlefish
29 Rio beach, for short
34 Blood-related
35 Two-master
37 Hot compartment
39 " Ever See a
Dream Walking?"
40 Unending
43 Brosnan TV role
46 Gazelle
47 Set apart
48 Got
49 Reject, vegetable
speaking?
51 Spring holiday
52 Rose of
54 Philanthropist
Annenberg
55 "The Falcon"
57 Texas shrine
58 Stung
60 _Way, at 122
Across
62 Heaped
65 Whirler
66 Corp. or sgt.
68 Oscular gadget
72 Hemingway
79 Summer coat


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81 "A Confederacy of
Dunces" author
84 Privy to
87 Lion's share
89 Billiards
establishment
90 Return to office
93 Gussets
94 Downcast
95 _ walsy
96 Relished
97 Surgical knife
99 Handsome man
100 Loaned, for a
price
102 Distant
103 Liturgical singer
104 Iraqi province
105 Not loc.
108 Antarctic cape
110 Speech difficulties
112 Timber
114 "La Douce"
117 Greek peak
118 Brother
119 Elec. unit


Family day to be held June 18


For Hometown News
NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

MARTIN COUNTY - The
Family Fun Day Challenge,
to benefit Project LIFT, will
take place June 18, from 10
a.m.-3 p.m. at Martin
Downs Sports Resort.
During the challenge, par-
ent and child teams will
compete against each other
in events such as water bal-
loon toss and the three-
legged race. The cost to
enter is $25 per team and
includes lunch.
Spectators can attend for


a $5 fee, which includes
lunch. Along with bragging
rights, the winning family
will receive great prizes.
"We are proud to host this
event to benefit Project
LIFT," said Deanna Kernan,
owner of Martin Downs
Sports Resort.
"Not only do we support
Project LIFT's mission of
providing inspiration,
vocational training and a
sense of community pride
to at-risk youth, we also
feel that the Family Fun
Day event is in line with
Martin Downs Sports


Resort's mission of encour-
aging families to get active
and have fun together," she
said.
All proceeds will benefit
Project LIFT, do we know
what that stands for and
can we spell it out on first
reference? a Martin County
youth program which com-
bines mental health/sub-
stance abuse therapy with
opportunities to secure
employment through on-
the-job vocational instruc-
tion.
For more information,
call (772) 359-2554.






games
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coming

For Hometown News
NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

TREASURE COAST -The
Florida Police and Fire Games
will take place from June 19-
25, bringing thousands of
competitors, coaches, friends
and family members to the
Treasure Coast.
Members of the public can
participate in all of the dozens
of competitive events.
The games will bring as
many as 5,000 to Indian River,
St. Lucie, Martin and Okee-
chobee counties, which will
have a multimillion impact
on the area at a normally
slow time for the hospitality
industry.
Details of the events, which
range from archery to volley-
ball, can be found at the web-
site lawgames.org.
Law enforcement coordi-
nator of the games is Garry R.
Wilson, chief deputy, St. Lucie
County Sheriff's Office.
Headquarters of the games'
will be the Treasure Coast
Public Safety Training Com-
plex of Indian River State Col-
lege on Kirby Loop Road in
Fort Pierce.


JUNE 24TH


JUNE 25TH


MOVIE TIMES * 7:00 PM & 10:00 PM
Dinner served 30 minutes prior to show. Show times are 7:00 and 10:00 pm for all dates and doors will close
promptly at start of show. Seating is limited. Reservations highly recommended. Stay tuned... themed menus to be announced!


Tickets for these special events are $20.00 and are available at...


Lyric Box Office 772-286-7827 I www.LyricTheatre.com


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Photo courtesy of Martin Memorial Hospital
The Mariner Sands Charity Classic Doctors' Golf Outing raised approximately $13,000 for
the Martin Memorial Foundation. Among the participants in this year's event were, from
left: Evan Collins, Michael Dennis, Gene Goldin and Alton Thomson.


Doctors' golf outing raises

thousands for medical services


For Hometown News
NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY-Now
in its fifth year, the Mariner
Sands Charity Classic Doc-
tors' Golf Outing tourna-
ment attracted nearly 50
golfers, including members
of Martin Memorial's med-
ical staff, physician assis-
tants and other health care
professionals.
The annual event, held
this year on May 14 at
Mariner Sands Country
Club in Stuart, raised


Golf

tourney

raises

funds for

children
For Hometown News
NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST - The
Lt. Robert "Bart" Fletcher
Memorial Foundation held
its inaugural golf tournament
on May 21 at PGA Village in
St. Lucie and raised $18,000
to help heal the hearts of
hurting children.
The proceeds will be
donated to grief counseling
camps, weekend and sum-
mer camp retreats and other
See TOURNEY, B8


$13,000 from the outing and
a donation from the Mariner
Sands Charity Classic. Pro-
ceeds will provide needed
medical services through-
out Martin Memorial.
For the past 28 years,
Mariner Sands residents
and businesses serving Mar-
tin County have donated
more than $4 million to
local charities and nonprofit
organizations, including
Martin Memorial, through
sponsorship of the Mariner
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charities that offer social and
emotional support to parents
and teachers and to organiza-
tions that help children
through the healing process.
The event, which was co-
presented by PGA Golf Club
and sponsored by the Frances
Langford Foundation, also
commemorated the life of
Ginny and Jack Luther's son,
Bart Fletcher, who was tragi-
cally murdered in 2008 by a
fellow soldier after returning
from service in Iraq.
"We can't bring Bart back
but we can honor his memo-
ry by helping kids who need
emotional support," said Ms.
Luther,.
Terri Parker, an investiga-
tive reporter with WPBF,
emceed the luncheon that
followed the tournament. She
introduced the Luthers, who
presented Lisa Berg, Opera-
tion Hug-A-Hero executive
director with a $5,000 check.
Operation Hug-A-Hero
provides free Hug-A-Hero
dolls to help comfort the chil-
dren of American heroes
working in support of the
nation's homeland security.
"The Luther family and the
entire Lt. Robert Fletcher
Memorial Foundation are
phenomenal and so giving,"
said Ms. Berg.
"It was a superb event with
so much support and so
much heart and soul put into
it. I learned a lot about Bart
and his family and feel hon-
ored to have been the first
nonprofit the foundation
supported. Because of their
help, many little 'heroes' will
feel closer to their parents,"
she said.
"We could not have pulled
off this event without the help
of the volunteers who helped
us for the past year, as well as
those who assisted on the day
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"We are grateful to them
and to all who have support-
ed our foundation through
this tournament and other
donations," he sad.
Fifty-two golfers participat-
ed. The golf tournament's
winning team was "Hannah's
Heroes," comprised of Gor-
don and Linda Hannah, Dave
Fell and Nic Johnson with a
low score of 55 on a par 72
course.
The longest drive winners
were Irene Griffith and Kevin
Kinel and the closest to the
pin winners were Meg
Rogers, Dave Fell and Kevin
MacDonald.
The "birdie sponsors" were
Jeffrey A. Smith Law Group,
the Hendel Family and Turtle
River Montessori.
The prize sponsor was
Cleanpools. The range spon-
sors were Becky Bailey, Con-
ner & Logan Aurand, Derma-
tology Associates of the
Treasure Coast and FPL.
The hole sponsors were:
American Legion Post 126,
Aycock Funeral Home, Camp
Starlight, Camp Weequahic,
Capt. James A. Darlson USAF,
Champion Home Health
Care, Children and Families,
The Mack family, Christian
Petric, David Nehme, Mana-
tee Pocket Yacht Sales, Media
Stage, Narson Kassay Chiro-
practic, New England Fish
Market, Operation Wish Well,
Peaceful Parenting, RossDale
Insurance Consulting & Plan-
ning, The Love Doctors Char-
ities and www.fruitsandveg-
giespower.com.
Carl's Buick GMC spon-
sored an automobile hole-in-
one competition.
To make a donation to the
Lt. Robert Fletcher Memorial
Foundation, visit
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ial.com/donate.htm. Or send
a check made payable to Lt.
Robert Fletcher Memorial
Foundation, Inc. to P.O. Box
1583 Jensen Beach, FL 34958.
Donations also can be
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It's more entertaining to watch the birdies, not the bogeys


As I sit here in my
recliner, awaiting the
start of the United
States Open Champi-
onship, I cannot help but
wonder, which United
States Golf Association will
set up this golf course this
week?
Will it be the common-
sense USGA that did such a
splendid job at Oakmont in
2007, or will we see the
USGA that seems bent on
embarrassing the best
players on the planet with
concrete greens and knee-
deep rough such as we
witnessed at Shinnecock in
2004?
If I were a betting man,
I'd go with the latter. Far
too many times I have seen
our country's "keeper of the
game" turn our national
championship into a silly,
ego-driven farce.
I'm all for challenging the
best players in the world.
But what is more entertain-
ing? A Sunday filled with
bogey, double bogey, watch
a 5-foot putt roll 20 yards
off a cement-hard green?
Or this year's final round of
the Masters?
To the stodgy, must-have-
their-necktie-too-tight men
of the USGA, there is
nothing quite like watching
six or eight guys lose the
tournament and one guy
hang on. Me? I prefer
having three or five guys
making great shots to win
it. Give me the Masters any
day!


Yes, the USGA rightfully
wants to determine the
best overall player in the
field. The brass in Far Hills,
N. J., feels, as do many of
us, that hitting the ball
where you are supposed to
should be rewarded.
Accuracy should be just as
important as length.
I will give them credit for
finally going with what is
called "graduated" rough.
This means the guy who
misses the fairway by a foot
doesn't find himself in the
same deep, thick stuff as
the guy who missed by 20
yards. Don't get me wrong,
the rough is still brutal, but
it is setup to hurt the truly
wayward not just anyone
who misses the fairway.
What I dislike the most
about our national champi-
onship is the way the USGA
and many recreational
golfers seem to gloat at
watching the suffering that
the course's setup causes.
The USGA has this
determination that par be a
great score, not just a
measuring stick. A few
years back, they were
almost giddy that not a
single golfer shot under par
for the final round. Do you
really think these guys are
that untalented? Or, is the
course simply too tricked
up and unplayable?
I fear that once again, the
powers that be will manage
to embarrass our sport, the
best players and even
themselves.


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4 feet, as long as we made
everyone play it, would you
still consider it golf? Or
would it simply become
too silly to bother watch-
ing?
I hope that as I sip my
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weekend while watching
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261 NW Floresta Dr.
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New cent A/C, carpet,
paint 06. New 05 roof.
sprinkler & alarm sys,
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FORT PIERCE $19,800
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erence, limitations or dis- Vero Beach "The Gables"
crimination based on Like new 2/2 4th fl. 2 min
race, sex, handicap, fam- walk to town. Spectacular
ilial status or national ori- views, 1 month minimum.
gin or any intention to $2000/mo 401-742-7756
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limitation or discrimina- 1Br/i1Ba furnished mobile
tion. In addition, the Fair home, small quiet park
Housing Ordinance pro- No pets Includes water &
hibits discrimination garbage $450/mo + $300
based on age, marital Sec 772-240-2263 or
status, sexual orientation, 772-878-1855
gender identity, or ex-
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violation of the law. All community pool + more.
persons are herby in- $675/mo 772-546-9913
formed that all dwellings JENSEN BEACH- Newly
are available on an equal upgraded 2br/2ba condo
basis. beautifully tiled, screened
lanai, appliances, w/d
great amenities, 10 min
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PORT ST LUCIE WEST Available July 1st
furn w/ TV, private entr w/ 772-232-8237
ba, incl util ,cable, comm PALM CITY- Lighthouse
pool, no smoke/pets Point, Efficiency, W/D
$575/mo 845-321-3381 hookup, $580/mo $750
sec. annual lease
STUART- Fully furnished 772-286-4385
w/ private bath, utilities
included, full house SEBASTIAN- Beautiful
privileges $450/mo or lbd apt. in private home
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screened porch/patio +
48' carport. SeaBreeze
Mobile Manor is a co-op.
You own interest in the
park. Well maintained
55+ comm with pool. 2
miles to beach. Only
$49,900 WM Day Real
Estatelnc. Dennis Freese
Broker 772-263-1021



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itage Plantation single
wide completely furn 2/1
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court, Fun adult comm.
low price of $4750
772-643-3035

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VERO BEACH- Village
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Showroom furnished w/d.
Sun porch. Clubhouse,
pool, gated. $8750
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FORECLOSURES -
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25 Homesites
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OFFICE CONDO VACANT LAND INDIANTOWN FARMS
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boarding. 9 other active businesses Okeechobee. 45 minutes to the Palm Beach oak trees. Screened deck off of Living room
in the plaza. International airport, for those breezy evenings. $179,900
$850 month


Palm Tree farm ..I ,... . '
assortedpalm s. \ II . . I .h. 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


SRBENT


RENT NOW
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2-br/2-ba,ground floor,
corner unit, tile, carpet,
enclosed porch, carport,
and plantation shutters.
$695/mo 772-229-6351
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2/2 remodeled townhome
Tile floors, laundry ready
fenced patio, storm shut-
ters, small pet OK. $185
week. 772-245-0086


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MARTIN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF LEA
H. PEDICORD,
Deceased.
File No.1 1150-CP
NOTICE OF
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of LEA H.
PEDICORD, deceased,
whose date of death was
August 9, 2010, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Martin County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
100 East Ocean
Boulevard, Stuart, FL
34994. The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this notice
is June 10, 2011.
Personal
Representative:
Candace L. Smolowe
155 East Ashland Street
Doylestown, Pa 18901
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
James P Covey, Esq.
PRO. Box 657
Vero Beach, FL 32961
Telephone: 772-770-
6160 Pubs: June 10, &
June 17, 2011


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MARTIN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARTHA C. FAIRCHILD,
Deceased.
File No. 11-256-CP
NOTICE OF
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of MARTHA C.
FAIRCHILD, deceased,
whose date of death was
January 10, 2011, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Martin County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
100 East Ocean
Boulevard, Stuart, FL
34994. The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this notice
is June 10, 2011.
Personal
Representative:
Elizabeth Lefebvre
3823 Newton Street
Denver, CO 80211
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
James P Covey, Esq.
P.O. Box 657
Vero Beach, FL 32961
Telephone:
772-770-6160 Pubs:
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