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MARTIN COUNTY STAY ON THE COUR SE ALL DAY Michael E. Hyde of V ero Beach plays the bagpipes during the ceremony at the 2 5th annual Parade Of Flags and Memorial Day Service held at F ernhill Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum on Sunday, May 26.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographerThere were many ceremonies held over the weekend to pay honor to veterans, including the 25th annual Parade of Flags and Memorial Day Service, held at Fernhill Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum on Sunday, May 26. For more than twenty years, volunteers from Unit 62 Auxiliary, Sons of the American Legion and the L egion Riders, part of the American Legion Post 62 Stuart, have placed flags to honor all veterans. Also, on Friday, May 24, a Boy Scout service project acknowledging soldiers took place at All Saints Church in Jensen Beach, where scouts placed flags at the gravesites of veterans. Sevin Bullwinkle/ staff photographerSam Coeghorn, 15, of Jensen Beach High School ROTC and Connor Jewett, 1 7, of Martin County High School Air Force ROTC, carry a wreath followed by the American Gold Star Mothers of the Treasure Coast members, to be placed at the monument at the Parade of Flags and Memorial Day Service held at Fernhill Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum on Sunday, May 26. MARTIN COUNTY At the May 21 county meeting, the Martin County B oard of County Commissioners approved 4-1 to use federal funding to allow a local transportation provider to create and manage a volunteer transportation program. "I think it's vital," said C ommissioner Ed Fielding at the meeting. "I think it's admirable that we're moving in that direction, because it's going to r elieve the daily worries of many people who don't have access to transportation." H is concern was the possibility of the project becoming a liability issue for the county and so was the "no" vote on the issue. The funding, called New Fr eedom funds, is given to local governments by the F ederal Transit Administration for the specific use to expand transit services to persons with disabilities. Martin County is eligible to receive more than $135,000 in funds towards the project. Of that money, $70,000 is being awarded to Medical Transportation Management to oversee a volunteer transportation program in the county. C urrently, Medical Tr ansportation Management is the community transportation coordinator for Martin County, helping low-income and disabled residents without transportation get to and from doctor appointments and other locations. In 2012, the group provided approximately 40,000 trips to Martin C ounty residents. W ith the grant money, the transportation group will train and certify community volunteers and use certified volunteer vehicles to coordinate the door-to-door transportation needs of Martin C ounty residents, providing them transportation to meet their medical needs at no cost to them. MTM will also use their own call center services to match people up with the volunteer driver," said Don Donaldson, director of engineering for Martin County. "We think it's a good program to try to help those who are willing to provide help to other citizens." While this program is using grant money from the New Freedom grant to set up the program, coordinators of the project hope the program is seen as a pilot project that can grow using community partnerships such as the United Way and other service agencies. In addition, MTM is also providing a match to the funds, raising the total of the monies used to start the program to $140,000. The program initially begin by helping seven r esidents receiving dialysis that are currently on a transportation waiting list, as well as more than 35 Medicaid members and veterans using the current local transportation. The funds for the program are estimated to last three years. The program is estimated to begin on July 1, and will operate Monday through Saturday from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the exception of holidays. "I t' s a project that has been in process for approximately two y ears," said Commissioner John Haddox. "It has the potential to make a very significant, positive impact on the transportation disadvantaged." 774680 SLC Lic.# 16373 € MC Lic.#8P02863€ 772-871-5702 € www.popcornremoval.comOccupied Homes Our Speciality POPCORN CEILINGSRemoved,Replaced with Knock DownJOSEPH STEVENS AND SONSLicensed,Bonded & Insured € All Major Credit Cards AcceptedJMJ Guaranteed Work Since 1970Thanks To God Who Created Us! EXTERIOR PAINTING:€ Cleaning and Removing Mildew € Seal Cracks &Caulk € 100% Acrylic Paint € Waterproo“ngINTERIOR PAINTING:€ All Prep Work € Install Crown Moulding € Replace w/Custom Textures WEEKEND WEATHERF riday: Overcast, chance of storms; high: 86; low: 72; high tide: 2:11 a.m.; low tide: 8:25 a.m. Saturday: Overcast, chance of storms; high: 84; low: 72; high tide: 3:08 a.m.; low tide: 9:25 a.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 84; low: 72; high tide: 4:05 a.m.; low tide: 10:23 a.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com Program could make it possible to make your hobby match up with your career P ageA8 INSIDEV ol. 11, No. 52 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 31, 2013Barn T heatre closes season with thoughtprovoking drama through June 16 Stand up for Autism' paddleboarding benefit will be held next weekend in Jensen Beach BENEFITB1 ENTERTAINMENTB1 PRACTICE PADD LING SE AS ON FI NALE IN DEXClassifiedB6 Crossword A9 Gardening B3 Horoscopes B4 Obituaries B6 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 V iewpoint A6Jury Duty scam hits countyCa r olyn Timmann, Clerk of the Circuit Court and C omptroller for Martin C ounty, warns residents of a recent telephone scam plaguing Martin County r esidents as well as other F loridians. Scammers are telephoning residents and claiming that they owe a large fine or face criminal charges for failing to appear for jury service. The callers are stating that the resident's name appears on a website listing of jurors who have not appeared for service, but they can clear their name by paying a $500 fine. The calls are originating from the 704 area code. Clerk Timmann requests that anyone who receives this type of call to please gather as much information as possible from the caller and relay the information to the Clerk's office at (772) 288-5736 or by email to clerk@martin.fl.us. Fu r ther, anyone who has provided these scammers with any personal information or sent money in r esponse to a call should call local law enforcement immediately.Commission seeks applicants to serve on board The Martin County Board of County Commissioners is seeking applications from individuals interested in being considered for appointment to fill a vacancy due to a resignation on the Business Development B oard. All individuals serveNeed to know County seeks grant to expand transit services Third grade FCAT scores above state average MARTIN COUNTY The F lorida Department of Education has released the first r ound of Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test Scores for 2013, and Martin C ounty had several accomplishments. The district scores for third grade FCAT reading and math are higher than the state average for the percentage of students scoring at proficiency or higher. The fourth grade FCAT writing scores rank ninth highest in the state, and the eighth grade FCAT writing scores rank sixth highest in the state. "W e are proud of the work being done by our students, teachers and staff. These FCAT results highlight many areas of growth, as well as areas where additional emphasis may be necessary," said Dr. Tracey Miller, E xecutive Director of I nstructional Services. "As the Florida Department of E ducation continues to raise the bar for assessment and accountability, the new District administration is focusing on increasing student achievement, integrating r eading and writing into all content areas, and expanding professional development for our teachers." S pecific schools also fared w ell, with good results. J.D. Parker School of Science, Math, and Technology and Port Salerno Elementary tied for having the largest increase in the district in the percentage of students scoring at or above proficiency (3.5 or higher) on the fourthgrade FCAT writing. Both schools increased 28-percentage points compared to 2012. S eaWind Elementary had the second largest increase in the district (+18 percentage points) in the percentage of students scoring at or above proficiency (3.5 or higher) on the fourth-grade FCAT writing compared to 2012 results. P alm City Elementary had the third highest increase in the District (+13 percentage points) in the percentage ofMemorial Day ceremonies in Martin County Sevin Bullwinkle/ staff photographerArmy veteran George Gwodz of Palm City, places an American flag at the grave of Cpl. Ralph Green Jr., a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of W orld War II at Fernhill Memorial Gardens in Stuart on Saturday, May 25. Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerDonavan Cook, 16, a Boy Scout from Troop 811, salutes after placing an American Flag at the grave of Lt. John H. Detweiler Jr., a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, part of the Boy Scout Service Project to acknowledge our fallen soldiers, placing flags at the grave sites of veterans at All Saints Church in Jensen Beach on Friday, May 24. By Dawn Krebsdkrebs@hometownnewsol.comFourth,Eighth grade writing scores rank among top ten highest in state F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee FCAT, A9 See KNOW, A3

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You wouldn't believe how many times I hear "I can't print!" each day. My associates in the technical support field and I get a chuckle over just how many service calls we answer with that problem description "I can't print." The tricky part of it is just how many things could possibly be wrong to cause the issue in the first place. Su re we usually start troubleshooting with the obvious stuff like, "is the printer turned on" or "are the cables connecting the printer to the computer plugged in properly?" B ut most of the time the solution isn't that obvious. And again, there could be a number of reasons why nothing is coming out of the printer. "I can't print!" I don't think people quite understand that when you get a call with a problem description like that you r eally have no idea what you are getting into because, let's face it on the surface it looks easy enough. Just go out there and fix the printer. B ut the reality of it can be much different. Y ou see, there are a ton of things that have to happen r ight in order for a print job to make it from a program to the actual printer. A failure in any number of different places can result in the same thing no printer output. And it often happens without any error message to tell you what could be going wrong. To the end user it looks like a printer issue. Click print and nothing happens? Must be a problem with the printer. U nfortunately, chasing down a printer problem can be a time-consuming and frustrating chore. Let's take a look at some of the things that have to be correct starting from the printer and working back to the computer. Like I said earlier, the first things we usually check are the obvious ones. Is the printer turned on? Is it plugged in? Is there paper loaded properly in the paper tray? These are the questions that we usually ask the end user over the phone and, most of the time, the answers we get are accompanied by heavy sighs. "Y es, it's turned on," and "Yes, it's plugged in." I know these obvious questions can be annoying, but there are times when that is the problem maybe a cable jiggled loose and as annoying as those questions can be, checking there is the first place to start. M ost of the time, however, the problem is somewhere deeper and we may end up having to set up a time to go onsite and have a look. S ometimes the issue is the ink cartridge. If the printer has been sitting there unused for a long period of time, the cartridge may be full but little "ink scabs" have formed over the nozzles, preventing the ink from squirting out, but still r egistering as full. That problem will often manifest itself as blank pages printing or lines appearing throughout the printed document. The fix for that is often a thorough cleaning or, if the cartridge is really old, a fresh ink cartridge. Mo ving our focus away from the printer and to the computer, the next question we ask is, "Can the operating system (usually Windows) even see the printer?" If we take a look at the printer settings in the computer we can tell a lot of things right away. If the operating system can't "see" the printer, then it may show up as "grayed out" and y ou may have documents queued up waiting for the print device to come back online. For that, you usually have to dig deeper and check what ports the computer is trying to use and sometimes switch the ports around to get it to work. I actually see that issue quite frequently. S ometimes the "default printer" settings have been changed to a non-existent or "virtual" printer, causing any print jobs not to be r outed properly. The solution is to set the correct printer to the default. 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Contact him at www.earlstewarttoyota.com call (561) 358-1474,fax (561) 658-0746 or email earl@estoyota.com L isten to him on Seaview AM 960,FM 95.9 and FM 106.9, which can be streamed at www.SeaviewRadio.com every Saturday morning between 9 a.m.and 10 a.m.Most car advertisements are deceptive to the extreme. That doesn't mean that all car dealers are bad people. I believe that many car dealers believe that they have no alternative but to "fight fire with fire." S ome car dealers are bad people in the sense that they choose to deliberately trick prospective customers into coming into their dealerships. In the minds of the other car dealers, who would r ather advertise honestly, they have no choice but to out exaggerate" and even out lie" the bad dealers. The bottom line is there is no difference in the net effect on you, the car buyer. One could argue that the real villains in all of this are the r egulators or even the media. The state attorney general, the Department of Motor V ehicles, the County Office of C onsumer Affairs and even the BBB look the other way when it comes to unfair and deceptive advertising of car dealers. W ith the exception of the BBB, their defense is that they're "just too busy" with other concerns. In the case of the BBB, as long as a member pays his dues and r esponds to all complaints, he will usually have a high BBB rating. The media are complacent in running ads that are obviously deceptive, pleading ignorance. They also recognize that car dealers are one of their, if not their, largest advertisers. F or example, a car advertisement might read, Double your Rebate up to $8,000." In the fine print it says on "select models" off of dealer list. The key word is dealer" list, which is not MSRP, but a markup over MSRP by as much as the dealer chooses, which can be thousands of dollars over the manufacturer's suggested r etail price. Furthermore the fine print might say "trade-in re quired." This is so the dealer can allow you far less for your trade than it's worth to help him cover doubling the rebate. R eading further, you might see "$1 over invoice." The dealer invoice is not what the dealer really pays the manufacturer for the car. The average car invoice packs in thousands of dollars in profit to the dealer in the form of holdbacks, advertising subsidies, dealer cash incentives and customer cash incentives, to name a few. Any dealer would be happy to average the "invoice profit" on every car he sells. R eading further you might see "$4,500 for your trade," even if you have to "push, pull, or drag it" into the dealership. The dealer can give $45,000 for all trades if yo u' ll let him mark up the new car as high as he wants. R emember, his cars are all priced at "dealer list," not MSRP, which is displayed on the federally mandated M onroney sticker. Y ou might see the phrase "Z ero percent financing, no down payment, and no payments for one year." Of course to get zero-percent financing, you can buy only certain models and pay (you guessed it!) dealer list. No money down and no payments for one year are available only with credit approval by the banks, which usually prefer a down payment and will not waive payments for one year. O h, and none of the above is available on the cars in this advertisement. Check the fine print. On the top, this ad might r ead, "We will beat any H yundai dealer in the USA by $500 or we will give you $1,000." This requires a valid buyer's order from the other dealership signed by you and the manager. Virtually no car dealer will give you this unless you are buying the car and driving it home at the same time. They do not want to allow you to show a firm price to their competition which they can beat. Also in the fine print, the dealer could reserve the right to buy the car on which the other car dealer gave you the low price, at that price. I can promise you that no car dealer is going to sell a car to his competitor and allow that competitor to steal his customer and sell him a car. If a car dealer can show me proof that they have ever honored this "Price Beater G uarantee," I will contribute $10,000 to their favorite charity. There could be models with advertised lease prices, with each requiring a large down payment. Also, in the fine print, all lease payments are "plus dealer installed accessories." This means that the dealer can add thousands of dollars in virtually worthless accessories to the advertised prices. Typical dealer accessories are nitrogen in the tires, paint sealant, stripes, emergency r oad service and glass etching. This can add thousands of dollars to the already highly marked-up dealer list. F inally, almost every advertised car carries a number next to the price. F lorida law requires that the dealer fee be included in the price of every advertised car. B ut, if you buy any other car than that stock number, you will pay the extra dealer fee, even if that car is identical to the advertised car. The salesman is also not paid a commission on the advertised car, so you can imagine how good your chances are of buying that car even if it hasn't already been sold. My last column was an "O pen Letter to Our Attorney General, Pam Bondi." I asked her to consider reprioritizing her focus objectives to rid F lorida of crime and unfair and deceptive trade practices like these. ON CARSEARL STEWART KnowF rom page A1

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It probably doesn't show up on your calendar, but M ay is Disability Insurance Awareness Month. And y ou might agree that such a month is useful, when you consider the following: Three in 10 workers entering the workforce today will become disabled before retiring, according to the Social Security Administration. At age 42, you are four times more likely to become seriously disabled than to die during your working y ears, according to National U nderwriter Life & Health. Disability causes nearly 50 percent of all mortgage foreclosures, according to H ealth Affairs, a health policy research journal. Gi ven these statistics, it's not surprising that the Life and Health Insurance F oundation for Education sponsors Disability Insurance Awareness Month to encourage Americans to address their disability income needs. Here's the bottom line: You can be r eally good at budgeting y our money and you can be a disciplined long-term investor but unless you've protected at least a reasonable percentage of your income, your whole financial strategy is incomplete. And all your goals, such as a comfortable retirement, could be jeopardized. Of course, you may not be totally unfamiliar with disability income insurance; if you work for a large employer, a group disability policy may be part of your employee benefits package. If so, you should certainly accept the coverage, which may be offered to you free or at minimal cost. However, this coverage might be inadequate to replace the income needed to allow y our family to maintain its lifestyle without dipping into your investments. C onsequently, you might need to think about purchasing an individual disability insurance policy. He re are some tips: Look for a policy that is non-cancellable" until you r each age 65. When you purchase a non-cancellable policy, your policy premiums can't be changed, provided you pay them on time. Pick the right waiting period. Typically, disability insurance policies don't start paying benefits immediately; there's usually a waiting (or "elimination") period ranging from 30 days to two years. Obviously, a shorter waiting period is more desirable, but it's probably also going to be more expensive. You may be able to give yourself the flexibility of choosing the longer waiting period if you have created an emergency fund containing six to 12 months' worth of living expenses, kept in a liquid account that offers significant preservation of principal. Avoid overly restrictive policies. You may want to avoid an "accident-only" policy or one with a limited benefit term (five and 10 y ears are common). These policies may be cheaper, but they don't cover either a disabling illness or the entirety of your working life. Consider adding appropriate "riders." It will likely add to the cost of your policy, but a cost-of-living r ider will help protect your future benefits from the effects of inflation. You also might want to add a future income options rider, which provides you with the ability to purchase additional coverage in the future with no further medical underwriting. These suggestions are general in nature. Your financial advisor can help y ou determine if you need a private disability insurance policy and, if so, what type of policy is best suited for your needs. B ut don't wait too long to take action in this area. You can't predict the future, but y ou should still prepare for the unexpected. F or more information or a free,no-obligation portfolio r eview,call Edward Jones In v estment Representative J amie Chapogas,(772) 4637189. F riday, May 31, 2013 A4 Martin CountyHometown News 067706 067709WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGEFREE EXERCISE CLASSES! 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MARTIN COUNTY Martin County Sheriff William D. Sn y der announced the May 23 arrest of three men in connection with the attempted murder and robbery of 49y ear old Timothy Michael Bo wker, a cab driver from Po rt S t. Lucie. The U.S. Marshals Fugitive T ask Force, including members of the Martin County S heriff's Office and Martin C ounty Sheriff's Major Cr imes detectives, traveled to Orlando and apprehended 22-year old Lawrence Flood Jr., who has been charged with attempted first degree murder and armed robbery. A ccording to reports, Mr. F lood was just about to board the monorail to Disney World as detectives arrested him. Arrested earlier, were N icholas Monaco, 21, of Ft. Pierce, and John Cilluffo, 25, of Jensen Beach. Mr. Cilluffo and Mr. Monoco have been charged with aggravated battery and armed robbery. On May 17, Mr. Bowker was robbed, beaten and stabbed inside his cab around midnight as he waited outside a Jensen Beach business in anticipation of picking up a customer who called in for a ride. That customer, who falsely identified himself as Asony Moore, was actually Lawrence Flood Jr. When the victim arrived for the pick-up, the three men brutally beat, then robbed him. The victim suffered major injuries after being stabbed r epeatedly around the head and neck. "The attack on Mr. Bowker, who was simply trying to work hard and earn a living for his family, was one of the most brutal and vicious attacks I have ever seen," said Sheriff William D. Snyder. "We traveled to Orlando to make sure that every last suspect involved in this brutal crime was located and arrested." Mr. Cilluffo and Mr. Monaco are being held at the Martin County jail. Mr. Flood was transported back to Ma r tin County by the U.S. M arshals Fugitive Task Force. Stuart Police Department Darren Dwayne Cuff, 24, of 2012 S.W.Larcmont Lane, Port St. Lucie, was arrested May 18 and charged with resisting arrest without violence and disorderly conduct. Kyle Edward Helton, 23, of 1106 Fenno Drive, Riverdale, Iowa, was arrested May 17 and charged with loitering or prowling and resisting arrest without violence. Robert McGowan, 30, of 612 S .E.Voltair Terrace, Port St.Lucie, w as arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence with damage to property and leaving the scene of a crash involving damage to property. Coi Hoang Truong, 42, of 2065 S .E.Caliph St., Port St.Lucie, was arrested May 18 and charged with f eeling and attempting to elude an officer, driving under the influence and resisting arrest without violence. Charles John Wilson, 43, of 2572 N.E.Mildred St., Jensen Beach, was arrested May 18 and charged with driving under the influence and driving while license w as suspended or revoked with knowledge. Edward Eugine Lyles, 35, of 7719 Gulf St., Daytona Beach, w as arrested May 20 and charged with retail theft and resisting arrest without violence. Robert McGowan, 30, of 612 S .E.Voltair Terrace, Port St.Lucie, w as arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence with damage to a person or property or leave the scene of a crash involving damage to property.Martin County Sheriff's Office Ralph Alston III, 32, of 520 N.W.55th Avenue, Ocala, was arrested May 17 and charged with b urglary of a conveyance, grand theft of more than $10,000 or less than $20,000, theft, possession of b urglary tools and two counts of b urglary. Kyle A.Batton, 19, of 713 N.W. W aterlily Place, Jensen Beach, w as arrested May 17 and charged with introducing or removing contraband into a county detention f acility, possession of marijuana of less than 20 grams, possession or use of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. Joseph Randolph Bertolino, 35, of 4101 Boulder Drive, New Po rt Richey, was arrested May 18 and charged with burglary of a conveyance and grand theft of property of more than $5,000 and less than $10,000. Joseph Randolph Bertolino, 35, of 4101 Boulder Drive, New Po rt Ritchey, was arrested May 17 and charged with driving while license suspended or revoked with knowledge, possession or use of drug paraphernalia, two counts of b urglary, possession of burglary tools and theft. Michael Stephen Biglin, 48, of 9032 S.E.Parkway Drive, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence. Dominique Read Brogan, 37, of 168 S.E.Crestwood Circle, Stuart, was arrested May 18 and charged with burglary and grand theft. Casey Garrett Cathcart, 28, of 60118 Turquoise Road, Bend, Ore., was arrested May 19 and charged with disorderly intoxication in a public place, causing a disturbance and resisting arrest without violence. Jennie Sharrie Chance, 18, of 984 S.E.Pettway St., Hobe Sound, w as arrested May 18 and charged with battery. Brian John Defanski, 27, of 882 S.W.27th St.Upper, Palm City, was arrested May 17 and charged with giving false or altered identification or false ownership to a secondary metals recycler. Tiffany Lynn Harris-Misic, 26, of 4442 S.E.Chesapeake Bay Drive, Stuart, was arrested May 17 and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Harold Lee Hayes, 61, of 6979 S .E.Ridgeway Terrace, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 18 and charged with battery and violating an injunction for protection against domestic violence. Bryan Matthew Hogan, 23, of 465 S.E.Trafalger Terrace, Stuart, w as arrested May 18 and charged with firing a missile into a dwelling, v ehicle, building or aircraft, aggrav ated assault, resisting arrest without violence, criminal mischief and violation of probation. Desmond Cornelle Isreal, 23, of 2765 S.E.Bonita St., Stuart, w as arrested May 17 and charged with possession of a firearm or concealed weapon by a convicted f elon, possession of a controlled substance or possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Michael Shawn Parramore, 45, of 5606 Raintree Trail, Fort Pierce, w as arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence, possession of a controlled substance, introducing or removing contraband into a county detention f acility and possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Liubel Senan Perez, 36, of 4925 N.W.178th Terrace, Miami Gardens, was arrested May 17 and charged with driving under the influence and reckless driving. Christopher Joseph Prianti, 23, of 3149 S.E.Elder Road, Stuart, w as arrested May 19 and charged with theft. Mary Ann Price, 24, of 3748 S .E.Upper St., Stuart, was arrested May 17 and charged with battery. Carl Frederick Raulin, 56, of 1204 Chesapeake Drive, Churchton, Md., was arrested May 19 and charged with driving under the influence. John Lavar Richardson, 35, of 302 S.W.Kestor Drive, Port St. Lucie, was arrested May 20 and charged with battery. Ashley Nicole Rose, 25, of 3122 S.E.Clayton St., Stuart, was arrested May 19 and charged with theft. James Harry Stewart, 65, of 5377 S.E.Isabelita Ave., Stuart, w as arrested May 19 and charged with driving under the influence. Justin Rondell Washington, 19, of 5773 S.E.47th Avenue, Stuart, w as arrested May 17 and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Billy James Westberry, 20, of 2439 S.E.Dyer Road, Port St. Lucie, was arrested May 17 and charged with intent to sell, manuf acture, deliver or traffic drugs and possession of marijuana of less than 20 grams. Jerald Glenn Wright, 43, of 1 K umquat Drive, Jensen Beach, w as arrested May 19 and charged with possession of a controlled substance, operating a motor vehicle after operator or chauffer's license had expired and driving under the influence. Andre Alexander Batts, 35, of 4466 S.E.Village Road, Stuart, w as arrested May 21 and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver and possession of a controlled substance. Michael Stephen Biglin, 48, of 9032 S.E.Parkway Drive, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence. Jerome Tyrone Ellis, 20, of 2108 Avenue I, Fort Pierce, was arrested May 20 and charged with two counts of retail theft. Tscharina Marie Knight, 31, of 2852 N.E.Spruce Ridge Avenue, Stuart, was arrested May 21 and charged with possession of marijuana of less than 20 grams and two counts of possession of a controlled substance. Nicole Elaine McCrory, 38, of 845 S.E.13th St., Stuart, was arrested May 21 and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver. Jessica Lynn Pratt, 33, of 8414 Sandy Lane, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence and driving with an expired license for more than four months. Marcus Alfonzo Presti, 22, of 8397 S.W.Masthead Drive, Stuart, w as arrested May 20 and charged with possession of marijuana of less than 20 grams, possession or use of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor violation of probation. Meghan Anne Ray, 28, of 5245 S .E.Matousek St., Stuart, was arrested May 20 and charged with f elony failure to appear. Laura Beth Singletary, 52, of 3596 N.E.Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach, was arrested May 20 and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Ronnie Spann, 56, of 1418 39th St., West Palm Beach, was arrested May 20 and charged with battery. Scott David Wartzok, 47, of 5850 East Milton Road, Milton, w as arrested May 21 and charged with felony domestic battery by strangulation and accident involving death or personal injury by failure to stop. Roasrio Munoz Wilson, 33, of 5426 S.E.Front Avenue, Stuart, w as arrested May 20 and charged with unarmed robbery. Deidree Demons, 51, of 5413 S .E.47th Avenue, Stuart, was arrested May 22 and charged with f elony failure to appear. Andy Exy, 23, of 4075 Trovita Blvd., Boyton Beach, was arrested May 21 and charged with burglary. Teresa Deloras Keeter, 32, of 801 A Gate House Lane, Durham, N.C., was arrested May 21 and charged with felony violation of probation. Riley Tranel Lowe, 28, of 14969 S. W. 173rd Drive, Indiantown, was arrested May 21 and charged with selling, manufacturing, delivering, possessing drugs between 6 a.m. and 12 a.m.within 1,000 feet of public or private school and possession of a controlled substance. Charlie Andrew Rafferty, 23, of 1574 S.W.Silver Pine Way, Palm City, was arrested May 21 and charged with giving false information to a pawn broker, grand theft and three counts of dealing in stolen property. Dustin Alan Sims, 26, of 880 N.E.Stokes Terrace, Jensen Beach, was arrested May 22 and charged with grand theft firearm. Katie Elizabeth Taylor, 33, of 2091 S.E.Talwood Lane, Port St. Lucie, was arrested May 21 and charged with felony violation of probation. Steve William Wood, 30, of 1136 N.E.Coy Senda, Jensen Beach, was arrested May 21 and charged with battery.Florida Highway Patrol Michael John Blasi, 38, of 150 Prarie Drive, North Babylon, N.Y., w as arrested May 20 and charged with resisting arrest without violence and fugitive warrant of extradition. Jose Bandini Silva, 52, of 2173 S .E.Floresta Drive, Port St.Lucie, w as arrested May 18 and charged with driving under the influence. Donald William St.Pierre, Sr., of 8249 S.E.Windham, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 19 and charged with driving under the influence with damage to property.St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office Eric Lamont Nicholson, 21, of 1681 S.W.Southworth Avenue, Po rt St.Lucie, was arrested May 21 and charged with assault or battery on law enforcement on an officer, firefighter or intake officer. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County A5 € Air Conditioning &Heating € Commercial &Residential € Sales Service Installation € Same Day Service No extra charge for 24 Hour Emergency including Nights Weekends Holidays774537 12 YEARSLic. # CAC058508 Insuredwww.honestairinc.com772-232-1114Energy Tax CreditEXTENDEDCall for details Get Ready forSEASON 774581 067380 Enjoy the longest running narrated airboat tour on the Treasure Coast! Capt Bobs unmatched narration has been enjoyed by thousands young and old.THE DIFFERENCE IS IN THE TOURPlease visit www.airboatadventuretours.comLic and Ins. 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Sevin Bullwinkle/ staff photographerT roy McDonald, vice mayor of the City of Stuart, George Mittler, president of Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 10 41 Congressman Patrick Murphy, Frank Tidikis, treasurer of Chapter 1041, John Haddox, Martin County Commissioner, Lawis Jones, secretary of chapter 1041, and Ed Maxwell, first vice president of Chapter 1041, prepare care packages to be sent to Floridians serving with the Army Rangers overseas, in recognition of Armed Forces Day at Congressman Patrick Murphy's downtown Stuart Office on Saturday, May 18. Tr easure Coast Food B ank is outraged by the House Agriculture Committee's vote to slash spending on the S upplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by $21 billion. Tr easure Coast Food B ank and other local charities are already stretched very thin trying to keep up with increased need as families in our state continue to feel the impact of the recession. C uts to SNAP, or food stamps, would be devastating to our community, and charities like ours cannot make up the difference. There is no question these cuts to SNAP will take food from the refrigerators and kitchen tables of vulnerable low-income families who have not felt r elief from the recession. N ationally, two million people will lose benefits entirely, 210,000 kids will lose access to free school meals and another 850,000 households will see their benefits cut by an average of $90 per month. These cuts come on top of across-the-board cuts for all SNAP beneficiaries beginning in November that will lower benefits by about $25 for a family of three. That may not seem like much to you or me, but for a family scraping by it matters a lot. O ur country has a long history of caring for those in need, and on the Tr easure Coast, we share that responsibility. That basic American value of caring for our neighbors is at the core of every volunteer moment and every donation given. But the need is too great for charity. We need a strong federal commitment to SNAP and other hunger r elief programs. SNAP spending will constrict automatically as our economy recovers and people go back to work. B ut many on the Treasure C oast have not felt the benefit of any recovery. We need to ensure that families who have fallen on hard times can still put food on the table. Pulling SNAP benefits from lowincome families at a time when the need for food assistance has never been greater is cruel and shortsighted. Tr easure Coast Food B ank serves 107,880 people each week, an increase of 156 percent since 2010, largely due to increased need through the recession. Food bank clients include households that have too much income or assets to qualify for SNAP but still struggle to feed their families, as w ell as SNAP participants whose benefits are inadequate to get them through the month. SNAP benefits average less than $1.50 per person per meal, and more than 90 percent of benefits are spent by day 21 of the month, leaving many families to turn to local charities to make ends meet. SNAP is targeted at our most vulnerable: 76 percent of SNAP households include a child, elderly person or disabled person, and 91 percent of benefits go to households with gross income at or below 100 percent of the poverty line. D eficit reduction is an important national priority, but it must not be undertaken with disregard to our national values and it must not come at the expense of our most vulnerable. On behalf of Tr easure Coast Food Bank, I urge our local House R epresentatives: Representative Patrick Murphy, R epresentative Bill Posey and Representative Tom R ooney to oppose cuts to SNAP in the House Farm Bi ll and to work to restore the cuts on the House floor. J udy Cruz is the CEO of the Treasure Coast Food B ank.A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! THEREWAS NOWINNERFOR LASTWEEK. THISWEEKS PRIZE ISWORTH$200! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 065945WIN$200 WIN$200This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize Preparing care packages On teachersMy child is in public school. What's my struggle? Hoping he'll get a teacher who finds favor with the administration so there aren't too many behavioral students in his class. Why? Because there are few consequences for the behavioral student today. One would think the behavioral (using the politically corr ect term here) student would be sent home to lessen interr uptions in the classroom and be disciplined by the parent. If mom or dad have to interrupt their day, maybe the student will be less likely to interrupt the classroom. I can tell you it doesn't happen at our school. What about y our school? And how exactly do you think this affects the morale of our teachers?What's a kid to do?What happens to the average kid who tries to stay focused instead of being entertained by the teacher's attempts to discipline Mr. or Miss Troublemaker? Does anyone win? So let's see, what are our teachers paid to do? Ba by -sit, discipline, teach, counsel and console. He y, I've got an idea. Why don't we let the teachers teach and see if the administration can deal with the students and parents of behavioral students. If we can do that, maybe we won't have to worry about pupil achievement and teacher compensation. Pa r ents and grandparents, I strongly urge you to visit y our student's school and more specifically, your student's classroom. You are your child's only advocate. Let's keep the focus where it belongsNowhere clean to sitThis rant is about the very unsightly conditions at the fishing pier under our beautiful bridge going across the I ndian River. There are many benches to sit on, but they are used for cleaning fish. What a picturesque spot to relax and enjoy the scenery without any place to sit.Stop rumors before they startR umors in a small town can be highly entertaining for some and worrisome for others. Too bad for you if you believe any rumor. A rumor can be started by anyone, true or false. Half true, half false or highly embellished. W ebster's dictionary definition of a rumor is unsubstantiated facts, which means without confirmation of the truth. So before you spread information about others you might go back to the source and get their side of the story. It most likely will be very different than the rumor! A story of an incident may have as many sides as there are people involved. A story can also be missing a few facts (if someone is hiding their little secret). And certainly, like my friend, who'll embellish, enhance and improve a story through exaggeration to make it better, others will do the same. And, however many people this rumor feeds through, the facts can become that much more skewed (a slanting position) to their benefit. So before you know it, "that someone" has murdered, r aped, pillaged, done the worst anyone could imagine, when, indeed, none of this has even happened. B ut it has put fear into you and most often there's something else that's true that doesn't even make the story, like the person who started the rumor is actually the awful human being. M ost human beings are becoming lower and lower on the evolutionary chain because of the way they think of others. So take rumors with a grain of salt. If y ou weren't there to observe what happened, you'll have no idea of the truth in a rumor. Ask questions like, what did you do to create such behavior in others? Some people pretend they are so innocent, when they're not. Y ou are actually showing your ignorance if you participate in a rumor. Uneducated people are the easiest to brainwash with rumors, along with people who live with fear and hatred of others. You can see people living in fear. This will be a slow death from the stress. So if you want to evolve into a higher intelligence, don't get involved with rumors. Don't believe it if it sounds too awful to be true. Do your homework.Who's to blame?This week I had the opportunity to sit and watch some cases being conducted over the welfare of children in the county. I was shocked and confused as to what I saw. All this time I thought that with all the children being abandoned, abused, neglected, and murdered under the care of D epartment Of Children and Families the agency was to blame. I, like a lot of others in the community, felt that DCF was not doing their job by looking out for the welfare of the children. I thought that somehow if we fixed the department, many children could be saved and if they had been more vigilant, many children would have not suffered at the hands of the ones who were supposed to love them. After sitting all day in the Juvenile Court watching quietly, I discovered something very disturbing. DCF is not totally to blame and maybe not to blame at all. I watched defense attorneys for the parents argue how the children should be returned to parents with no regard for the children or what was best for them. These are parents who have been free of drugs only a few weeks, out of jail for only a short periods of time, and some who were still on drugs and could not get treatment because of their refusal to quit the drugs they were getting from "Doctors," and I use this term lightly as most were getting their drugs from pain clinics (pill mills). What I saw next was so disturbing that I thought I was in a dream. The magistrate who provided over the proceedings seemed to be angry at every little thing DCF said or objected to. As DCF and the Guardian ad litem representatives, whose job it is to watch out for the children, objected to defense attorney's motions to reunite the children with the parents until the parents could show that they could care for their children safely, the magistrate seemed to be a defense attorney for the parents and not looking out for the children's best interest. There was no evidence provided by the parents that they had truly straightened up their lives and were ready to r esponsible parents. None! One mother was even caught in a lie and this magistrate just seemed to overlook that fact. After that day, I have a new reality about our system and believe that if these people we put over the welfare of our children are not listened to, how can we expect to see anything other than what we read in the papers? These are truly the children lost. They have no hope of a better life as long as we leave these people in charge, and when we do give them someone to watch over them, the magistrates, judges and others with the power cannot be allowed to tie their hands. So next time you see a headline where a child is found dead at the hands of someone who loved them or a child so neglected that their eyes show the emptiness of their souls, don't assume DCF has failed them. Maybe the blame needs to be placed at the doorstep of the one who is truly at fault.Drivers, stop being in such a rushThe speeding and the red light and stop-sign running drivers are out of control lately. Hey, what's your hurry? Yo u' re already here. U nfortunately, the county sheriff's department, when I called them, has told me it is too expensive for them to set up speed traps anymore. Don't they at least get some of the income from tickets? M ostly, I wish to plead with aggressive or hurried drivers: Please don't try to change the clock with your speedometer. In reality, speeding and running red lights and stop signs won't get you where you're going much sooner than by obeying the lights and signs. R eally, and you won't waste gas and risk lives. Got something to say? Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at (772) 465-5504or e-mail newsfp@hometownnewsol.com. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. T reasure Coast Food Bank opposes cuts CEO OF TREA SURE COA ST FOOD BANKJUDY CRUZ VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. 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They start as little babies. There they are, lying all helpless with their eyes closed tight, dreaming their dreams about nothing. Then y ou reach for them, and ever so gently pick them up and cradle them close so you can smell their special baby scent. Their eyes slowly open, they smile and reach out with their little hands and squeeze your finger so tight you can feel it in your heart. F ast forward now to their first day of school. They are dressed in their best clothes, hair neatly combed, and they are absolutely terrified. But what they feel is nothing compared to what is coursing through you. So you walk them to class, meet their teacher, sit with them a short while then quietly make your way out of the classroom and back to your car, trying your best not to cry. And failing. Now as teenagers, their days are spent sleeping, school and hanging out with their friends. There's no time for the family what with friends, work and all those after-school activities. Y ou give them chores: make them clean their room, make their bed, do laundry and even cook a little. They complain loudly how unfair it all is. But they don't yet r ealize you're not making them do chores so they'll stay home. You're making them do chores so they'll know what to do when they leave. Now it's Graduation Day. The invitations have been sent, the relatives are in town and the cap and gown are hanging neatly in the closet waiting for that important w earing. It 's time to wake them up so they can get dressed, eat breakfast, meet with the r elatives and then start to prepare for one of the most important moments of their lives. B ut you're standing in the www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County A7 Diabetic €Heel Pain € Neuropathy Ulcer CareMost Insurance Accepted1635 NWJensen Beach Blvd.(772) 225-36681226 SE Port St.Lucie Blvd.(772) 337-2920 R.M. 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H is work for decades as a consulting pharmacist took him to nursing homes to r ecommend drug therapies, only to see many seniors deteriorate on multiple medication regimes. "I wanted a better way to health for them and investigated options to becoming a primary care physician in natural medicine," he explained. Then, as he observed an East Asian physician practice for one day with seemingly miraculous results, he knew this was the type of care he wanted for his future patients. No w, in addition to his pharmacy credentials, Dr. S hipe holds a doctorate in acupuncture and oriental medicine, and is nationally board-certified in both acupuncture and Chinese herbology. As a registered pharmacist, I always loved the study of herbal medicine," he said. "N ow using the best of my knowledge from both Western and Eastern medicine, I developed a unique integrative approach to helping patients transition from a r eactive type of medicine to one of prevention." W ith his longevity in the area, Dr. Shipe has been able to collaborate with a number of local physicians, as well as educate thousands of residents about their various health issues. "M ost people think that acupuncture and Oriental medicine is just for pain, so many people seek medical attention to relieve that," Dr. S hipe said. "As the patient r ealizes that so many other medical conditions are addressed, like digestion, insomnia or allergies, they r ealize the holistic effects of Oriental medicine." Dr Shipe's office provides acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy, "Tui-Na" Chinese manual bodywork, cupping, moxibustion, Qi Gong Therapy, nutritional and lifestyle counseling and pharmaceutical counseling. To help bring the information of Chinese medicine to those interested, the office offers free consultations and evaluations of medical conditions. "B y taking the financial obligation off of clients, they are more likely to seek answers to their questions on natural medicine," he said. "It gives me the opportunity to evaluate their condition, make an initial prognosis and treatment strategy or even make an appropriate referral to another health-care provider." When not in the office, Dr. S hipe lectures professionally to colleges of pharmacy as an assistant professor, and also provides free community lectures on natural health and hosts a weekly talk show in an effort to educate others about natural healing. All disease comes from imbalance, in lifestyle, diet, emotions, work or our relationship to the environment," Dr. Shipe said. "People believe that they must do something to their body such as continually take drugs or have surgery to help it heal, but the truth is that the body already stores that healing life force. The use of Chinese medicine supports the body's natural ability to heal itself." Dr Shipe has offices in two locations. The Stuart office is located at 407A S.E. O cean Boulevard in Stuart. The office hours there are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on T uesdays and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays. The second is at 1801 S.E. H illmoor Drive, Suite A-104 in Port St. Lucie. The office hours there are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays and W ednesdays, and from 1 p .m. to 7 p.m. on Thursdays. F or more information,call (772) 398-4550 or go online to www.traditionalchinesehealing.com.Business Dr. Stuart ShipeBy Dawn Krebsdkrebs@hometownnewsol.comA time to look both forward and back ASSOCIATE MANAGING EDITORDA WN KREBS See KREBS, A8

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If you have ever thought of a professional career in golf, the College of Golf at Keiser U niversity may have just what y ou need. Located in St. Lucie West, near the PGA of America's PGA Village and just west of I95, the university offers a 16month program that allows students to graduate with an Associate of Science Degree in Golf Management, or choose a Bachelor of Science D egree in Sports Management with a Concentration in Golf. S tudies show that the average person changes careers as many as five times during his or her lifetime. The number one reason given for career change is that they were searching for a career that fit their passion and that was enjoyable. Many of us start careers based on what we think will make us the most money or give us the most perks. Golf is a global, $76 billion industry that is beginning to grow again. If you are truly passionate about golf, maybe a career in this wonderful sport is worth a look. The college offers monthly starts, so students have 12 opportunities to begin the program each year. Students are given the option of taking general courses on-line, inclass or via a hybrid model that mixes the two. K eiser University offers one core course per month. No need to lug around books and study for exams in five classes. Y ou get to master them one at a time in a focused setting. The college features a 25,000-square foot facility, which includes more than 4,000 square feet of indoor golf instructional space with state-of-the-art technology, including video systems, launch monitors, 3D swing analysis and more. S ince you are heading for a career in golf, it only makes sense that you play some golf as well. How many schools would encourage you to get out of the classroom and tee it up a couple times a week? No w this is my kind of school! B eing located adjacent to the PGA Village and the PGA Learning Center, Keiser provides students access to the practice facility seven days a w eek, and two rounds per w eek are always available at the award-winning PGA Village, with additional rounds available during certain times of the year. While many jobs in the golf industry require a certain playing ability, many others do not. The college has no minimum handicap requirement, but playing golf is part of the curriculum. S tudents are in class four days a week, three hours a day, and class size is kept at a maximum of 24 students, depending upon the course. Graduates of the College of Golf at Keiser University can transfer into a Bachelor of Science degree at Keiser. Florida's Statewide Course Numbering System helps ensure the ease of transferring credits between participating accredited educational institutions. A variety of federal financial aid and Veteran's benefits are available for those who qualify. These may include grants, scholarships or student loans. The college has staff in place to assist you in finding what y ou qualify for and what assistance is available to you. There is no on or off-campus housing offered through K eiser, but the school will assist you with finding a good option. Being so close to home for many of us on the Tr easure Coast, commuting or taking the on-line courses would be an easy option. The school also offers career advisement and placement services to help you get a job. To qualify for admission to the College of Golf at Keiser U niversity, all applicants must provide verification of high school graduation or GED completion. An entrance exam is required if the student does not have the r esults of a Scholastic Aptitude test (SAT) or American Co llege Testing exam (ACT). The required scores are either a combined 1430 on the SAT or a composite score of 17 on the ACT. The tuition and fees include individual tee times made available to students each week, tournament golf r ounds each semester, a comprehensive driving range practice package, use of the C ollege of Golf indoor facilities and swing analysis equipment as well as lessons and clinics from the school's PGA staff. To learn more about the university's College of Golf call (888) 355-4465 or visit collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu. J ames 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.Let's go to the beach. S ummer is here, and the surf has become very polite. So polite, the Cr oakers and Whiting are back in good numbers and size, which makes excellent table fare. An easy catch right at your toes in the trough, and you can go up close, so a pitch of y our bait will get to their z one. A two-hook rig, fourpound long shank and a piece of shrimp will find them in good numbers, so do not forget the ice. These fish will be in all day. No w the other side is the S nook and Jacks and like them, can be found right from the trough. A six-anda-half-foot rod is all you need for the Whiting and Cr oakers, but for the Snook and Jacks, well, let's say to not take a knife to a gun fight. S nook season is closed and the Jacks are not the best table fare, but more a serious test of ability and equipment. Casting a floater-diver type lure or the DOA bait buster (deep diver) and working it in the trough will find them, but please keep in mind you are fishing in the ocean. These fish will have lots of room to run, so make sure your spool is full. Please leave them in the water, do not crank them up on the sand as this will remove the slime coat that they need. So step in the water and release them, then I might be able to test my ability on one of these. T arpon are rolling just a little out of casting distance at the moment, but then next week is coming. I love summer. Us e big, bright sun anglers if Trout and Reds are your target. You need to fish early, casting top-water lures or let a shrimp do the work. No w, if early is not on the list, look to fish the shaded water, treed-shore lines or under anything that will leave a shadow. Just slow down. B ut Triple Tail time is on the markers. Channel markers, crab trap floats anything floating will hold them. These fish like the sun, and they will lay on their side just under the surface. They're hard to see until you see one, then the game is on. Anglers need to drift to the marker and let the current take you there. Any noise and these fish will sound. They may not leave, but it will be a while before they come back up. T op fin and bottom fin come almost back to their tail, powerful and not the fastest, but are a real hard puller. Pitch a shrimp to them and hang on. They make excellent table fare. There are lots of reports of bait at the north end of He r man's Bay, with big Trout and a few Reds on the catch list. Snook is closed, so all the slot size will now be available. Off shore is quiet, and the best I have, with not a lot of anglers reporting. The Dolphin I have heard of were south to the Jupiter area in that 190-foot to 225-foot z one. There's not a lot of fish, but fish of size, and most in our area were the ten-pound class in the same zone. Black F inns at the Hill eating trolled feathers and King F ish on the numbers, not big K ings but worth the grill. B ottom fish continue to hold anglers' attention, with plenty of Mangroves, M uttons and Lanes to keep busy, and Grouper and AJ's to make your arm ache. In 60-foot to 80-foot water, using sardines and live pins will put fish in the box. H enry Caimatto is the o wner of the Snook Nook B ait and Tackle shop in J ensen Beach. Golf can be a career GOLFJAMES STAM MER F riday, May 31, 2013 A8 Martin CountyHometown News 067417 F or more information, Call(772) 828-4100774591 € FREE Breakfast € FREE High Speed Internet € FREE Coffee &Tea in Our Lobby € Fitness Facilities € Meeting Rooms &More! Martin Countys Premier Indoor Shooting Range Open to the Public 10 Indoor,75 Climate-Controlled Shooting Stalls Annual & Monthly Memberships Available3091 SE Jay St … Stuart,FL772-286-0576OPEN:TUES.-SAT.10 AM 7 PM SUNDAY 10 AM -5 PM Stuart Shooting Center www .StuartShootingCenter .com 067534 Concealed Carry Permit: W ed 1pm-5pm,Fri 12pm-4pmSaturdays 9am-1pm & 3pm-7pm (except 6/8,morning class only) Handgun 101 6/8 2pm-4pm Personal Defense I 6/11 … 5:30pm-8pm T ake your Daughter to the Range Day 6/15Dont forget to get Dad a Gift Certificate! Fishing at the beach should be good FISHINGHENRY CAIMATTO shadows of the doorway of their room. There they are, lying all helpless with their eyes closed tight, dreaming their dreams about nothing. Then you reach for them and ever so gently shake them awake, and at that moment for just one instant you can smell their special baby scent. Then their eyes slowly open, and their smile squeezes you so tight you can feel it in your heart. This is everyone's special time. Enjoy it to the fullest. And Graduates: as you walk down the aisle to accept your diploma, r ealize that although your parents are watching you take this important step, they are also thinking about the times you took y our first ones. Cherish this moment, everyone. D awn Krebs is the associate managing editor of the H ometown News and can be reached at dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com.KrebsF rom page A7 062007

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students scoring at or above proficiency (3.5 or higher) on the fourth-grade FCAT writing compared to 2012 r esults. M urray Middle School increased the percentage of students scoring at or above proficiency (3.5 or higher) by 6 percentage points on the on the eighth-grade FCAT writing compared to 2012 r esults. Among the changes this y ear, the state increased the level a student must score in order to be considered "proficient" on the FCAT Writing assessment. Proficiency is now a score of 3.5 or higher, compared to a score of 3.0 in 2012. J oin Marybeth Pe–a, RN, BSN, CDE, for two sessions of B eneath the Surface: Put Your B est Face Forward, an exciting and interactive workshop for girls in grades 6-12. Ms. Pe–a's first workshop takes place on Saturday, June 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Blake Library, located at 2351 S.E. Monterey Road in Stua r t. The second workshop will be held on Friday, June 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Hoke Library, located at 1150 N.W. J ack Williams Way in Jensen B each. This two-part workshop offers techniques for physical health and explores issues related to self-esteem. Through the event, girls will identify personal habits that are part of a healthy lifestyle and acquire communication and decision-making skills. H ands-on activities include creating a vision board and preparing skin care remedies from natural products. A healthy meal will also be provided. R egistration is required. P lease call (772) 221-1407 to register at the Blake L ibrary or call (772) 4632870 to register at the Hoke L ibrary. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County A9 067095OFFICE LOCATIONS IN PORT ST. LUCIE AND STUART1801 SE Hillmoor Drive, Suite A104, Port St. Lucie, FL34952 407ASEOcean Boulevard, Stuart, FL34994 772-398-4550 € www.TraditionalChineseHealing.com INTOUCHWITHYOURHEALTHStuart S. Shipe, DAOM, PABoard Certified Acupuncture Physician &Chinese Herbalist € Registered PharmacistLEADER OF THE TREASURE COAST FOR ACUPUNCTURE &TRADITIONALCHINESE MEDICINE Relief from Disease or PainHost of Better Way to HealthŽWPSLAM1590 Thursdays at 11 amAcupuncture, Qi Gong, Herbal Medicine, Nutrition Counseling, Tuina Massage Therapywww.TraditionalChineseHealing.com FREE $95.00 EVALUATION & CONSULTATIONW ith this coupon or mention this ad*Does not include exam or treatment Answers located in Classied Section067415 774597 774599 774600 067379 W orkshops teach good habits, self-esteemF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comFCATF rom page A1

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Photo courtesy of Lynn Mozena Kreps/Avenue EntertainmentRob Stein (played by Christian Birkett) tells his wife Suzanne (played by Denise Brodie) that the genetic tests done on her fetus indicate there is a problem.' She tells him that she thinks she felt a kick' today. MARTIN COUNTY Theatre-goers on the Treasure C oast have laughed at comedies and sang with musicals at The Barn Theatre in Stuart; however, to end this theatre season, audience members will come face to face with difficult family decisions and heartbreaking conclusions. The thought-provoking The Twilight of the Golds," a provocative and engaging drama by Jonathan Tolins, grapples with issues of genetic testing, abortion and sexual orientation. The play will be directed by Ed Wilhelms, who previously directed "Biloxi B lues," "Beyond Therapy," and "Three Murders and It's Only Monday" at the Barn Theatre. "I chose to do this play because I knew I could do it justice," said Mr. Wilhelms.FRIDAY, MAY 31 The ARC of Martin County Hurricane Stock Up Party: 5-8 p.m. at Chillin' the Most, 4304 N.E. Ocean Blvd., Jensen Beach. Help the ARC prepare their group homes and shelter with hurricane supplies for 150 people, as required by the state, by bringing a gift card to g rocery stores, hardware stores, etc., to be entered in the raffle. The raffle prize is a coin treasure necklace found on the Treasure Coast, donated by Swiss Jewelers. Capt. Brad Williamson will speak about treasure hunting and local treasures off our coast. Additional raffle tickets are sold separately. Entrance tickets, $20 per person, include food, two drinks, networking, music based on weather by DJ Mo from Avenue Entertainment. F or more information, call Tracy Howse at (772) 2832525 or visit http://www.arcmc.org/hurricane-stock-party.FRIDAY, MAY 31 SAT URDAY, JUNE 1 Third annual BBQFest: State-sanctioned barbecue competition held at the Martin County Fairgrounds. Features up to 30 professional cooking teams and numerous local cooking teams with additional food vendors. The fest will be open from 4-10 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday. Entertainment includes country singer Al Jones, The Sweeny F amily Band, M & M Square Dancers, American Idol Brooke Eden, Gregg Jackson and Curtis W ilson, Scribbles the Clown, Kickin' Country Line Dancers, F abulous Feet Dance Team and T he Annual Rib Rockin' Sauce Soppin' BBQ Boppin' Singer Showdown. On Friday, the general Corn Hole tournament has a $50 entry fee per team; and on Saturday, a charity benefit Corn Hole Tournament between the Martin County Sheriff's Office and Fire DepartSTUART "Elvis" will come to the Kane Center in Stuart for one performance only at 6:30 p.m. on J une 15. The tribute show will feature Treasure Coast r esident and worldr enowned Elvis impersonator Darrell Dunhill, performing Presley's hits from his early years through his performances in Las Vegas as "The King." Mr. Dunhill has wowed audiences everywhere from Las Vegas and Memphis to Japan with his high-energy, interactive show, which features authentic costumes and sound tracks that re-create Elvis' original arrangements. The performance will include classic favorites like "Hound Dog," "Love Me Tender" and "Jailhouse Rock," along with a few of the less familiar tunes out of the 1,500 songs that Elvis re corded. It's sure to have y ou "All Shook Up." The Kane Center is a multi-generational facility offering a wide range of services for seniors, their families and caregivers, and the greater Treasure C oast community. The Ka ne Center is designed to serve all seniors in Martin C ounty, from the active to the frail, through social, w ellness, medical, nutritional, educational and cultural programming. I ntergenerational events for the general public are also offered. The on-site Fr ances Langford Theatre and Auditorium, the Town C enter and other spaces are available for rent for special events. The Kane Ce nter is owned and operated by the Council on Aging of Martin County. Ad va nce tickets cost $18 for Kane members and $20 for non-members. Tickets purchased at the door are $20 for Kane members and $22 for non-members. All seats are general admission. A cash bar will be available. T ickets are available M onday through Friday, via phone at (772) 2237800 or online at www.kanecenter.org.Martin County B1 067704 T T uesdays 4-10 uesdays 4-10 D D ining R ining R oom S oom S pecial O pecial O nly nly E E njo njo y 50% OFF a B y 50% OFF a B ottle of ottle of W W ine inewith the purchase of 2 Dinner Entrees or food purchase of $30 or more,now thru September 774534Happy Hour All Day,Every Day in our Bar and Patio Half Off DrinksLIVE ENTERTAINMENTEvery Evening Starting at 5pm $5.00 OFFYOUR NEXT PURCHASE OF $20 OR MORE.$5.00 off your next purchase of $20 or more at participating locations only. Not valid for alcoholic beverages. Not available with any other discounts, specials, coupons or offers. Does not include tax or gratuity. Cannot be redeemed for cash. Limit one coupon per table per visit. JEN5OFF Ma r tin CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013 Sevin Bullwinkle/ staff photographerP ort St. Lucie residents Sydney, 13, Riley, 11, with mom, Dr. Lisa Rankin, a family practice physician,and sitting in front, Jackson, 7, paddle boarding in front of the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County on Saturday, May 4. In addition to family medicine, Dr. Rankin also has the Brain Center the of U.S., evaluating, diagnosing and treating children with autism and other nerve developmental disorders.Get ready to stand up for autismThe upcoming second annual Stand Up For Autism P addle Boarding and fundraising event to benefit the Treasure Coast Autism Project will be held at the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County in Jensen Beach on Saturday, June 8. The Treasure Coast Autism Project is a private nonprofit school located at Community Christian Academy providing children living with autism on the Treasure Coast an educational opportunity that is suitable to each child's unique academic, therapeutics and social needs. Sevin Bullwinkle/ staff photographerRiley Rankin, 11, of Port St. Lucie, standing, Killian Brown, 6, of Jensen Beach, Gage Cessna, 5, of Stuart, and sitting, from left Jackson Rankin, 7, and Marleigh Hanna, 6, both of Port St. Lucie, play on a hobie sail boat. Jensen Beach residents Moose Brown, o wner of TC Paddle, with Jen Brown, president of Stand up F or Autism, and Stuart residents Tahara Cessna and Alan Jenkinson, executive director of the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Elvis' coming to Kane CenterF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com Thought-provoking drama closes theatre season By Anna-Marie Menhenottnews@hometownnewsol.com See DRAMA, B4Out & about See OUT, B3

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ment will be held. The Kids Zone will be open both days with Home Depot, bounce house, face painting and fun. On Saturday there will be a Craft Beer Fest, featuring more than 40 craft beers, from 5-8 p.m. Advance wristbands are on sale. Admission is free to the B BQFest. Parking is $5 with proceeds going to the Sheriff's Explorers and Martin County Fair Association. Call (772) 2203247 or visit www.martincountyfair.com/BBQFest.SAT URDAY, JUNE 1 Workshop for girls t eaches healthy habits, selfesteem: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Blake Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey Road, Stuart. Join Marybeth Pe–a, RN, BSN, CDE, for Beneath the Surface: Put Y our Best Face Forward,' an exciting and interactive workshop for girls in grades 61 2. The workshop offers techniques for physical health, communication and decisionmaking skills, and explores self-esteem issues. Hands-on activities include creating a vision board and preparing skin care remedies from natural products. A healthy meal will also be provided. Registration is required. Call (772) 221-1407 to register. SAT URDAY, JUNE 1 AUG. 10 Arts Enrichment Club: First open house held from 4-5:15 p.m. at the Hoke Library, 1150 N.W. Jack Williams Way, Jensen Beach, on June 1. Hosted by local artist and art teacher Kelly Arnold, artists and art lovers will discuss art in today's society, art trends through the years and from around the world, as well as examine how creativity is exhibited through Eco Arts, 3D and 4D arts, gaming, household design, graffiti and more. Adults and teens are welcome. Pa r ticipation is free, although R SVPs are appreciated by email at K elly@KellyArnold.com.For more information about the Arts Enrichment Club, contact K elly Arnold at (772) 475-4049.MONDAY, JU NE 3 Digging Science' series: 6-7 p.m. at the Blake Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey Road, Stuart. Children's series of activities, meant for grades K-5 with their parents. This first event features archaeology. Join library staff for fun, handson learning in an exciting environment. Registration is required by calling (772) 2211407. MONDAY, JU NE 3 FRIDAY, JUNE 7 Learn to Row' camp: The Junior Rowing team of the T reasure Coast Rowing Club is offering two summer Learn to Row' camps for incoming eighththrough twelfth-grade students. 4-6 p.m. at the Community Boathouse, 771 S.W. 28th Street, Palm City. Cost is $100 per week. No experience is necessary to participate, and each camp is conducted by head coach Kristen Swayze. Campers will learn the basic fundamentals of rowing, experience first strokes on the water and compete in innersquad races. Another camp will be held August 12-16. F or more information contact Coach S wayze at tcyouthrowing@gmail.com or visit www.treasurecoastrowingclub.com to register. Vacation Bible School at T ropical Farms Baptist Church: 6-8:30 p.m. at the church, located at 1555 S.W. Kanner Highway, Stuart. 'Colossal Coaster World' is the theme. Songs, crafts, Bible study, games, missions study, snacks. Children ages pre-K through grade six are admitted. Free. For more information, call (772) 287-2770 or visit www.tropicalfarms.org.TU ESDAY, JUNE 4 I Love a Mystery' book discussion group: 2-3:30 p.m. at the Cummings Library, 2551 S.W. Matheson Ave., Palm City. A new monthly mystery discussion series, to be Growing crape myrtle plants in Florida If you have ever visited S outh Carolina during the summer, you will see endless rows of color in many neighborhoods. Most likely, the plants you are looking at are Crape Myrtle plants. Although they are not as widely used in our area, they can grow equally as well in F lorida. Cr ape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) is a very versatile flowering shrub that boasts glowing summer color that is sure to delight the senses. The plants require only minimal maintenance and are extremely drought r esistant once the plants are established. They are ideal for community planting for this r eason. The only disadvantage is that the plants are deciduous. They will lose all their leaves and flowers during the winter months and become dormant. Cr ape Myrtle will grow efficiently in almost any soil type. They will, however, have an advantage if you use good quality topsoil. For proper preparation, dig a hole at least twice the size of the root ball. When setting the plant, be sure it is not any deeper than it was in the original container. Fill the remaining space with the high-quality topsoil I mentioned earlier. Be sure to water the plant thoroughly and use the water to push soil into any open cavities that might exist under or alongside the plant. It is a good idea to mulch around the plant as this will conserve moisture and also will aid in weed control. Although the plants will tolerate draught, it is a good idea to water your Crape My r tle at least once a week until they are well established. Watering once a week during the prime flowering season will help the plants produce a bumper crop of color. If y ou wish to prune your plants, the best time is during the winter when they are dormant. This way, you will not risk removing any of the flower buds in the spring. Pr uning helps the plant produce an abundant array of color during the summer blooming season. Cr ape Myrtle can benefit from a seasonal fertilizing program. You can use an allpurpose 8-8-8 or 16-4-8 as a fertilizer of choice. If you have some 10-10-10 already in your garage, you can use that also. Only apply a light sprinkling around the plant as too much fertilizer can either burn the plant or cause r apid growth with little flower production or possible even both. Try to fertilize just before a good rain is forecast. If y ou like to start your own plants, Crape Myrtle can be easily propagated from cuttings. The best candidates for cuttings are stems that are new but are mature enough to be semi-woody in appearance. If you flex the potential stem to be used, it should flex without breaking. Although r ooting hormone is not always necessary, it can be used if desired. The cuttings will do best if they are put in a good quality-rooting medium such as Jiffy Mix or equivalent. You will want to r etain moisture by covering the plants with plastic to form a sort of "hot house" effect. Be sure to keep them moist during the rooting process. Do not put the new cuttings in the sun. Although Crape Myrtle are mainly disease free, they can get powdery mildew from time to time. Spray with a fungicide at the very first signs of this disease. J oe Zelenak has more than 30 years experience in gardening and landscape. S end e-mails to hometowngarden@gmail.com or visit his website www.hometowngarden.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County B3 06708850% Off Any MealPurchase any meal and 2 beverages at full price and get y our 2nd meal at 50% OFF.Coupon valid Mon-Fri only Dine In Only Must present coupon Excludes Side Orders & Daily Specials.2nd Item Must be of Equal or Lesser Value.Expires 6/30/13American CafeServing Breakfast and Lunch 398-231310193 S.Federal Hwy, PSL (Town Centre Shopping Center)Mon, Tues & Sat 7am 2pm W ed, Thurs & Fri 7am 8pm Sun 7am 1pm Breakfast OnlyAmerican Cafeof Stuart Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner781-86003286 S.Federal Hwy,Stuart (Wedgewood Commons) Mon, Tues & Sat 7am 2pm W ed, Thurs & Fri 7am 8pm Sun 7am 1pm Breakfast Only50% Off Any Meal Soup & 1/2 Sandwich $5.50 AMERI CANCAFE 067703Native Bahamian Seafood Dishes, Steaks, Rawbar & CocktailsEat, Drink andGET CONCHY! 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" There are adult themes and the play really touches on some controversial topics, but the play is done really w ell and will leave a lasting impression on all who see it." The play foresees a time when genetic testing can determine the sexual orientation of an unborn child. S uzanne Gold Stein, played by D enise Brodie, is pregnant; her scientist husband re veals that the test results show the child will likely be homosexual. Suzanne's brother, David, played by S tuart Mohr, is homosexual and struggled with acceptance while growing up. The close-knit Gold-Stein family unravels as the Steins consider whether they want to raise a gay child or if they should consider abortion. Anyone who comes to see the play should be prepared to see good theatre. And, they should come with no preconceived notions. There's adult themes and language, but this is much deeper than that. The play confronts bigotry and intolerance and how families deal with these issues," said Mr. Wilhelms. The producer for "The T wilight of the Golds" is Fr ancine Beckstead. Tammy Cr aig is the stage manager and J. Pat Montgomery is the technical director and handled set design. Kathleen W eaver is the set decorator and props manager. Set construction was done by Don C antrell and Betty Dallas is the light/sound operator. The play will be presented by The Barn Theatre from M ay 31 through June 16 with performances at 8 p.m. nightly Wednesday through S aturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. T ickets are $20 and are available Mondays through Fr idays from noon to 4 p.m. at the Barn Theatre box office, located at 2400 S.E. O cean Blvd. in Stuart. T ickets can also be obtained by calling (772) 287-4884 or online at www.barn-theatre.com. Aries-March 21-April 19Y our life is a story to tell that many others would find interesting. You are ready for major moves forward. Refuse to be stuck in the past. Set a time limit. Let nothing hold you back.T aurus-April 20-May 20W hen you love what you do, success is assured. Lighten up. Don't be so hard on yourself. Keep letting go of the past and live one day at a time. Today is all we have. Gemini-May 21-June 21Stay focused on the present. Refuse to let others from your past pull you away from this focus. The past is the past. Stay away from negative people who don't honor this.CancerJune 22-July 22Y ou are so kind and forgiving. Others sometimes don't remember to give back to you. Make your own needs known, too. Your heart and dreams are important, too. L eoJuly 23-Aug. 22Y our true nature is to accomplish great things. To fully realize this, you must surrender your lower will, listen to and trust your instincts. This is what Leo is all about.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22T here is important work to be done, beginning with yourself. Progress is being made. Y ou are now being guided on to new adventures. Focusing on your main goal and commitment is the starting point. Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Don't forget to keep your life in balance. Refuse to take on new responsibilities, unless you are taking good care of your own needs first. This is a challenge for you because of your great love for others. Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y our vision and creative urges are growing. You are a visionary. Just about everything you touch will turn into gold right now. You are inspired. Your heart is open and your visions are strong. Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Stay focused and patient right now. You have planted the seeds. They are beginning to sprout. Your greatest rewards are just around the corner. Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Continue to nurture everyone around you. You were born to do great work. Keep writing down your visions as they arise. They are the record of the greatest truth. Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Y our value in life is growing because you make wise decisions rather than hasty ones. Y ou will soon be challenged to make even more. Stay balanced. Continue to create quality time for yourself each day for exercise, joy and fun. Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Others around you may not always agree with you for your strong convictions. If not, maybe you aren't with the right people who respond to your positive leadership. F riday, May 31, 2013 B4 Martin CountyHometown News Open 6 Days Closed on Mondays1319 NE Sunview Terr.772-334-3222TUES/WED/ THURS & SUN FREE GLASS OF WINE OR BEER WITH PURCHASE OF ENTREEExpires 5/31/13 Carmines Ristorante Fathers Day067702June 16thMake Your Reservations Early 067707Located in the Food Court in Treasure Coast Square Across from the Regal movie theatres FREE KIDS MEAL! w/a purchase of an Andys burger Fries and ShakeANDYS CHEESEBURGER$6.39Restrictions apply €Expires 5-30-13French Fries / 24 oz. Soda or Tea www.hwy55burgers.comLike us on Facebook Hwy55burgersshakes&friesjensenbeach 10% OFFMON-THURS.SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT 772-286-7474 888 SW Federal Hwy., Stuart, FLWWW.SCHUMACHERMUSIC.COM CHUMACHERMUSIC & ENTERTAINMENTPro Audio Lessons Repairs Rentals Band Instruments Pianos Guitars Drums Keyboards Events Over 40 Y ears of In House Repair ExperienceT AKE 15% OFF THE ENTIRE STORE!!FROM 5/17 THRU 5/23Coming June 25th BUY € SELL € TRADE € REPAIR € LESSONS 774558 774566 067714 7 Days a WeekLunch, Dinner, Cocktails P atio Dining AvailableMon-Sat 11am-10pm Sunday Noon-10pm LUNCH SPECIAL W ith The Purchase of 2 Drinks, Valid on Lunch combos 1-9 only (no substitutions) Stuart € 772-287-8161W ith this coupon. Not Valid with any other offer. Not valid on any other holiday. Does not include Happy Hour Drinks. Dine in only Exp 6-30-13BUY ONE LUNCH ENTREE GET ONE LUNCH ENTREEHappy Hour Drink SpecialsFREEDINNER SPECIALW ith The Purchase of 2 DrinksStuart € 772-287-8161W ith this coupon. Not Valid with any other offer. Not valid on any other holiday. Does not include Happy Hour Drinks. Dine in only Exp 6-30-13BUY ONE DINNER ENTREE GET ONE DINNER ENTREE50% OFF0520991602 SE Federal Hwy € StuartPlantation Plaza by Stuart Bowling772-287-8161 Buzys Buzys HAPPY SNAPPER HAPPY SNAPPER Open for Breakfast Fri/Sat/Sun Open for Breakfast Fri/Sat/Sun 7 Days a week Lunch & Dinner 7 Days a week Lunch & Dinner H y Hr! Evryday! H y Hr! Evryday!8am til 7pm $2 dra € $4 wine Lv Etrtm Lv Etrtm urs Sunday Live Reggae3825 NE Indian River € Jensen BeachGi Certi ca t es online @ HometownNewsOL.com067037 May 31 HoroscopesDramaF rom page B1

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County B5 067385 Sponsors, The Gardens of Port St. Lucie. OxyProsPlus+ and Conficare COME ALL..... The 1stAnnual SENIOR SWAPŽThis is an opportunity to bring in your used medical equipment and trade-up, swap or donate!(Does your equipment need a tune-up? We can help with that too!)When: Saturday, June 8th from 9am 'till noonat The Gardens of Port St. LucieŽ1699 SE Lyngate Dr., Port St LucieEnjoy Hot Dogs and Lemonade! Questions or to request larger item pickup for donation, Please call 772-335-9990We are looking for all types of medical equipment. Wheelchairs, Walkers, Beds, Canes, and More.Donated items will go to local seniors in need at the event, or will be distributed through Bobs Closet, a local charitable service of OxyProsPlus+. We will also donate to Missionary Flights International for Haiti. 067386 AT TENTION F loridaGr andparents,Parents & Empty NestersIsnt it time you opened yourheart and home?At any given moment, in the U.S. there are over 115,000 children ages 7-17 years old who are patiently waiting to find their adoptive forever home. These adoptions typically include a monthly stipend and a possible college scholarship from the childs home state.(We also can help with adoptions of newborns, toddlers and sibling groups.)Hope for FamiliesAdoption and Home Study Agency772-429-3334 € 800-620-HOPEwww.HopeForFamilies.org 774568Call to Prequalify For Your New Home Purchase $500 CLOSING CREDITWITH THIS AD Celebrating 25 Years of Responsible Lending Over $23 Billion funded Over the last 4 Years One of the nation's largest, privately owned mortgage companies Residential Mortgages, Jumbos, Coops, Condos, FHA,& Multifamily Residential Mortgages on all property types J umbos,FHA,VA &Reverse MortgagesStuart &Palm City Chamber of CommerceHome Prices are on the Rise 067416 067419 774598 774642 just for kidsSummer Camps, Schools &Fun ActivitiesTOTS, TEENS & IN-BETWEENS!To Place your Camp here PLEASE CALL 1-800-823-0466 774684 0675361. Beat Summer Boredom while children look forward to time off, with no structured activities, it soon can become an adventure into boredom. 2. Learn new Activities Choose a camp that will give your child a new experience; something they will carry with them the rest of their lives. 3. Improve Social Skills a camp is a great place to meet new friends in a fun and comfortable environment. While new skills together they become better able to focus on team building skills as well.Heres wishing all a fun and productive summer!Summer Camps....and why they rock!!!!!! Below are some reasons why you should consider a summer camp for your child.

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c ontinued July 2, August 6 and September 3. Each month a different author of mystery books will be featured. Pa r ticipants are asked to read any title by the author and come prepared to discuss their choice including plot summary, main characters and favorite part of the book. June highlights Deborah Crombie. Call (772) 221-1403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us. Please email your live entertainment listings to newsfp@hometownnewsol.co m. The deadline is two Fridays before the event. MARTIN COUNTY Palm City based Wedding Planner and Designer Christine Te re zakis, of Dreamday Weddings & Events, will be leading a fun and interactive workshop for brides struggling with the how-to's of designing their unique weddings. Sh e' ll be simplifying the w edding-design process and re vealing her secrets for creating amazing weddings on any budget. Br ides will develop a real design plan and make a wedding design vision board during the hands-on portion of the workshop. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Wish Upon a Wedding, a nonprofit organization that grants weddings and vow renewals to couples facing terminal illness or other life-altering circumstances. This special workshop will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p .m. Sunday, June 2, at the M ansion at Tuckahoe in J ensen Beach. T ickets must be purchased in advance. F or more details and to purchase tickets visit: www.DesignYourWeddingWo r kshop.Eventbrite.com Wo r kshop inquiries should call (772) 426-9954,or email info@dreamdaycelebrations.com. Jack Holmes J ack H olmes, 84, of Stuart, died Wednesday May 22, 2013. He was born in Indianapolis and lived in S tuart for 34 years. He served in the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife, Joyce; three daughters, Janet, Jennifer and Jane; a son, J ohn; seven grandchildren and one greatgranddaughter. Ar r angements by All County Funeral Home and Crematory. F riday, May 31, 2013 B6 Martin CountyHometown News 067716Cool Nation llcDBA Zinga, Elaine Squadrito115 Village Clubhouse Cr. Jupiter, FL 33458(561) 301-2988 Self Serve Frozen Yogurt Bluffs300@aol.com Republican Executive Committee of MartinCountyGlorida Fano1111 SE Federal Highway Ste. 134 Stuart, FL 34996(772) 286-0615 www .martingop.com Marketing opportunities with other business leaders in the community Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Photo Op and a Tour of your Business. FREE 10-inch Ad in the Hometown News for new members Marketing opportunities with other business leaders in the community Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Photo Op and a Tour of your Business. FREE 10-inch Ad in the HometownNews for new members The Ultimate Golf ExperienceA Public Course with a Private Club Feel... F F A A CILITIES INCLUDE: CILITIES INCLUDE:€ 18 Hole Championship Golf Course € Restaurant with Full Bar € 18 Hole Championship Golf Course € Restaurant with Full Bar € Banquet Facilities € Stocked Golf Shop € Banquet Facilities € Stocked Golf Shop € Lessons with PGA € Lessons with PGA Instructors Instructors € 15 Acre Driving Range with All Grass T € 15 Acre Driving Range with All Grass T ees ees € Professional Golf Fittings by Brian € Professional Golf Fittings by Brian s Precision Golf s Precision GolfRegular 18 Hole Golf Rate $45 everyday. Including cart w/G.P.S V isit www.floridaclubgolf.com for Online Specials $3100Before 11:30 pmIncludes Cart with G.P.S.$2500After 11:30 pmIncludes Cart with G.P.S.Good for up to 4 playersExpires 06/07/13 HTN MC Good for up to 4 playersExpires 06/07/13 HTN MC$2000After 4:00 pmIncludes Cart with G.P.S.Good for up to 4 playersExpires 06/07/13 HTN MCBanquet Facilities for All Occasions067078 Exit 101 SR76 1/2 Mile W est of I-95 Stuart,Florida772-287-3680Ex. 0 067360 067418 Obituary W edding design workshop to be heldF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com Christine TerezakisOutF rom page B3 CALL CLASSIFIED and sell that car! 800-823-0466NEED TO HIRE?CALL CLASSIFIED 800-823-0466 WHEEL DEALS!! SPECIAL RATES HOMETOWN NEWS 800-823-0466 NEED TO HIRE?? 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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE:ESTATE OF JEAN A.DAVIS, Deceased.File No. 13000309CPAXMX NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Jean A.Davis, deceased, whose date of death was January 29, 2013, file number 13000309CPAXMX, is pending in the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 100 East Ocean Blvd., Stuart, Florida 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. 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MARTIN COUNTY STAY ON THE COUR SE ALL DAY Michael E. Hyde of V ero Beach plays the bagpipes during the ceremony at the 2 5th annual Parade Of Flags and Memorial Day Service held at F ernhill Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum on Sunday, May 26.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographerThere were many ceremonies held over the weekend to pay honor to veterans, including the 25th annual Parade of Flags and Memorial Day Service, held at Fernhill Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum on Sunday, May 26. For more than twenty years, volunteers from Unit 62 Auxiliary, Sons of the American Legion and the L egion Riders, part of the American Legion Post 62 Stuart, have placed flags to honor all veterans. Also, on Friday, May 24, a Boy Scout service project acknowledging soldiers took place at All Saints Church in Jensen Beach, where scouts placed flags at the gravesites of veterans. Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerSam Coeghorn, 15, of Jensen Beach High School ROTC and Connor Jewett, 1 7, of Martin County High School Air Force ROTC, carry a wreath followed by the American Gold Star Mothers of the Treasure Coast members, to be placed at the monument at the Parade of Flags and Memorial Day Service held at Fernhill Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum on Sunday, May 26. MARTIN COUNTY At the May 21 county meeting, the Martin County B oard of County Commissioners approved 4-1 to use federal funding to allow a local transportation provider to create and manage a volunteer transportation program. I think its vital, said C ommissioner Ed Fielding at the meeting. I think its admirable that were moving in that direction, because its going to r elieve the daily worries of many people who dont have access to transportation. H is concern was the possibility of the project becoming a liability issue for the county and so was the no vote on the issue. The funding, called New Freedom funds, is given to local governments by the F ederal Transit Administration for the specific use to expand transit services to persons with disabilities. Martin County is eligible to receive more than $135,000 in funds towards the project. Of that money, $70,000 is being awarded to Medical Transportation Management to oversee a volunteer transportation program in the county. C urrently, Medical Tr ansportation Management is the community transportation coordinator for Martin County, helping low-income and disabled residents without transportation get to and from doctor appointments and other locations. In 2012, the group provided approximately 40,000 trips to Martin C ounty residents. W ith the grant money, the transportation group will train and certify community volunteers and use certified volunteer vehicles to coordinate the door-to-door transportation needs of Martin C ounty residents, providing them transportation to meet their medical needs at no cost to them. MTM will also use their own call center services to match people up with the volunteer driver, said Don Donaldson, director of engineering for Martin County. We think its a good program to try to help those who are willing to provide help to other citizens. While this program is using grant money from the New Freedom grant to set up the program, coordinators of the project hope the program is seen as a pilot project that can grow using community partnerships such as the United Way and other service agencies. In addition, MTM is also providing a match to the funds, raising the total of the monies used to start the program to $140,000. The program initially begin by helping seven r esidents receiving dialysis that are currently on a transportation waiting list, as well as more than 35 Medicaid members and veterans using the current local transportation. The funds for the program are estimated to last three years. The program is estimated to begin on July 1, and will operate Monday through Saturday from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the exception of holidays. I t s a project that has been in process for approximately two y ears, said Commissioner John Haddox. It has the potential to make a very significant, positive impact on the transportation disadvantaged. 774680 SLC Lic.# 16373 MC Lic.#8P02863 772-871-5702 www.popcornremoval.comOccupied Homes Our Speciality POPCORN CEILINGSRemoved,Replaced with Knock DownJOSEPH STEVENS AND SONSLicensed,Bonded & Insured All Major Credit Cards AcceptedJMJ Guaranteed Work Since 1970Thanks To God Who Created Us! 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Scammers are telephoning residents and claiming that they owe a large fine or face criminal charges for failing to appear for jury service. The callers are stating that the residents name appears on a website listing of jurors who have not appeared for service, but they can clear their name by paying a $500 fine. The calls are originating from the 704 area code. Clerk Timmann requests that anyone who receives this type of call to please gather as much information as possible from the caller and relay the information to the Clerks office at (772) 288-5736 or by email to clerk@martin.fl.us. Fur ther, anyone who has provided these scammers with any personal information or sent money in r esponse to a call should call local law enforcement immediately.Commission seeks applicants to serve on board The Martin County Board of County Commissioners is seeking applications from individuals interested in being considered for appointment to fill a vacancy due to a resignation on the Business Development B oard. All individuals serveNeed to know County seeks grant to expand transit services Third grade FCAT scores above state average MARTIN COUNTY The F lorida Department of Education has released the first r ound of Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test Scores for 2013, and Martin C ounty had several accomplishments. The district scores for third grade FCAT reading and math are higher than the state average for the percentage of students scoring at proficiency or higher. The fourth grade FCAT writing scores rank ninth highest in the state, and the eighth grade FCAT writing scores rank sixth highest in the state. W e are proud of the work being done by our students, teachers and staff. These FCAT results highlight many areas of growth, as well as areas where additional emphasis may be necessary, said Dr. Tracey Miller, E xecutive Director of I nstructional Services. As the Florida Department of E ducation continues to raise the bar for assessment and accountability, the new District administration is focusing on increasing student achievement, integrating r eading and writing into all content areas, and expanding professional development for our teachers. S pecific schools also fared w ell, with good results. J.D. Parker School of Science, Math, and Technology and Port Salerno Elementary tied for having the largest increase in the district in the percentage of students scoring at or above proficiency (3.5 or higher) on the fourthgrade FCAT writing. Both schools increased 28-percentage points compared to 2012. S eaWind Elementary had the second largest increase in the district (+18 percentage points) in the percentage of students scoring at or above proficiency (3.5 or higher) on the fourth-grade FCAT writing compared to 2012 results. P alm City Elementary had the third highest increase in the District (+13 percentage points) in the percentage ofMemorial Day ceremonies in Martin County Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerArmy veteran George Gwodz of Palm City, places an American flag at the grave of Cpl. Ralph Green Jr., a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of W orld War II at Fernhill Memorial Gardens in Stuart on Saturday, May 25. Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerDonavan Cook, 16, a Boy Scout from Troop 811, salutes after placing an American Flag at the grave of Lt. John H. Detweiler Jr., a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, part of the Boy Scout Service Project to acknowledge our fallen soldiers, placing flags at the grave sites of veterans at All Saints Church in Jensen Beach on Friday, May 24. By Dawn Krebsdkrebs@hometownnewsol.comFourth,Eighth grade writing scores rank among top ten highest in state F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee FCAT, A9 See KNOW, A3

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You wouldnt believe how many times I hear I cant print! each day. My associates in the technical support field and I get a chuckle over just how many service calls we answer with that problem description I cant print. The tricky part of it is just how many things could possibly be wrong to cause the issue in the first place. Su re, we usually start troubleshooting with the obvious stuff like, is the printer turned on or are the cables connecting the printer to the computer plugged in properly? B ut most of the time the solution isnt that obvious. And again, there could be a number of reasons why nothing is coming out of the printer. I cant print! I dont think people quite understand that when you get a call with a problem description like that you r eally have no idea what you are getting into because, lets face it on the surface it looks easy enough. Just go out there and fix the printer. B ut the reality of it can be much different. Y ou see, there are a ton of things that have to happen r ight in order for a print job to make it from a program to the actual printer. A failure in any number of different places can result in the same thing no printer output. And it often happens without any error message to tell you what could be going wrong. To the end user it looks like a printer issue. Click print and nothing happens? Must be a problem with the printer. U nfortunately, chasing down a printer problem can be a time-consuming and frustrating chore. Lets take a look at some of the things that have to be correct starting from the printer and working back to the computer. Like I said earlier, the first things we usually check are the obvious ones. Is the printer turned on? Is it plugged in? Is there paper loaded properly in the paper tray? These are the questions that we usually ask the end user over the phone and, most of the time, the answers we get are accompanied by heavy sighs. Y es, its turned on, and Yes, its plugged in. I know these obvious questions can be annoying, but there are times when that is the problem maybe a cable jiggled loose and as annoying as those questions can be, checking there is the first place to start. M ost of the time, however, the problem is somewhere deeper and we may end up having to set up a time to go onsite and have a look. S ometimes the issue is the ink cartridge. If the printer has been sitting there unused for a long period of time, the cartridge may be full but little ink scabs have formed over the nozzles, preventing the ink from squirting out, but still r egistering as full. That problem will often manifest itself as blank pages printing or lines appearing throughout the printed document. The fix for that is often a thorough cleaning or, if the cartridge is really old, a fresh ink cartridge. Moving our focus away from the printer and to the computer, the next question we ask is, Can the operating system (usually Windows) even see the printer? If we take a look at the printer settings in the computer we can tell a lot of things right away. If the operating system cant see the printer, then it may show up as grayed out and y ou may have documents queued up waiting for the print device to come back online. For that, you usually have to dig deeper and check what ports the computer is trying to use and sometimes switch the ports around to get it to work. I actually see that issue quite frequently. S ometimes the default printer settings have been changed to a non-existent or virtual printer, causing any print jobs not to be r outed properly. The solution is to set the correct printer to the default. There can be many more r easons why a print job doesnt make it to the printer, ranging from driver problems to issues relating to the program that you are trying to print from. 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The state attor ney gener al, the D epar tment of M otor V ehicles the C ounty Office of C onsumer Affairs and even the BBB look the other way when it comes to unfair and deceptive adver tising of car dealers W ith the ex ception of the BBB their defense is that they r e just too busy with other concer ns I n the case of the BBB as long as a member pays his dues and r esponds to all complaints he will usually have a high BBB r ating. The media ar e complacent in r unning ads that ar e ob viously deceptive pleading ignor ance They also r ecogniz e that car dealers ar e one of their if not their lar gest adver tisers F or example a car advertisement might r ead, Double y our R ebate up to $8,000. I n the fine pr int it says on select models off of dealer list. The key wor d is dealer list, which is not MSRP but a mar kup o v er MSRP b y as much as the dealer chooses which can be thousands of dollars o v er the manufactur er s suggested r etail pr ice F ur ther mor e the fine pr int might say tr ade-in re quir ed. This is so the dealer can allo w y ou far less for y our tr ade than it s wor th to help him co ver doubling the r ebate R eading fur ther y ou might see $1 o v er invoice The dealer invoice is not what the dealer r eally pays the manufactur er for the car The aver age car invoice packs in thousands of dollars in pr ofit to the dealer in the for m of holdbacks adver tising subsidies dealer cash incentives and customer cash incentives to name a few Any dealer would be happ y to aver age the invoice pr ofit on ever y car he sells R eading fur ther y ou might see $4,500 for y our tr ade even if y ou have to push, pull, or dr ag it into the dealership The dealer can give $45,000 for all tr ades if yo u ll let him mar k up the new car as high as he wants R emember his cars ar e all pr iced at dealer list, not MSRP which is display ed on the feder ally mandated M onr oney sticker Y ou might see the phr ase Z er o per cent financing, no do wn payment, and no payments for one y ear Of course to get z er o-per cent financing, y ou can buy only cer tain models and pay (y ou guessed it!) dealer list. N o money do wn and no payments for one y ear ar e av ailable only with cr edit appr o v al b y the banks which usually pr efer a do wn payment and will not waive payments for one y ear O h, and none of the abo ve is av ailable on the cars in this adver tisement. Check the fine pr int. On the top this ad might r ead, W e will beat any H yundai dealer in the USA by $500 or w e will give y ou $1,000. This r equir es a v alid buy er s or der fr om the other dealership signed b y y ou and the manager V ir tually no car dealer will give y ou this unless y ou ar e buying the car and dr iving it home at the same time They do not want to allo w y ou to sho w a fir m pr ice to their competition which they can beat. Also in the fine pr int, the dealer could r eser v e the r ight to buy the car on which the other car dealer gave y ou the lo w pr ice at that pr ice I can pr omise y ou that no car dealer is going to sell a car to his competitor and allo w that competitor to steal his customer and sell him a car If a car dealer can sho w me pr oof that they have ever honor ed this P r ice B eater G uar antee I will contr ibute $10,000 to their favor ite char ity Ther e could be models with adver tised lease pr ices with each r equir ing a lar ge do wn payment. Also in the fine pr int, all lease payments ar e plus dealer installed accessor ies This means that the dealer can add thousands of dollars in vir tually wor thless accessor ies to the adver tised pr ices T ypical dealer accessor ies ar e nitr ogen in the tir es paint sealant, str ipes emer gency r oad ser vice and glass etching. This can add thousands of dollars to the alr eady highly mar ked-up dealer list. F inally almost ever y adver tised car carr ies a number next to the pr ice F lor ida law r equir es that the dealer fee be included in the pr ice of ever y adver tised car B ut, if y ou buy any other car than that stock number y ou will pay the extr a dealer fee even if that car is identical to the adver tised car The salesman is also not paid a commission on the advertised car so y ou can imagine ho w good y our chances ar e of buying that car even if it hasn t alr eady been sold. My last column was an O pen Letter to O ur A ttor ney Gener al, P am B ondi. I asked her to consider r epr ior itizing her focus objectives to r id F lor ida of cr ime and unfair and deceptive tr ade pr actices like these ON CA RSEA R L STE W AR T KnowF rom page A1

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It probably doesnt show up on your calendar, but M ay is Disability Insurance Awareness Month. And y ou might agree that such a month is useful, when you consider the following: Three in 10 workers entering the workforce today will become disabled before retiring, according to the Social Security Administration. At age 42, you are four times more likely to become seriously disabled than to die during your working y ears, according to National U nderwriter Life & Health. Disability causes nearly 50 percent of all mortgage foreclosures, according to H ealth Affairs, a health policy research journal. Gi ven these statistics, its not surprising that the Life and Health Insurance F oundation for Education sponsors Disability Insurance Awareness Month to encourage Americans to address their disability income needs. Heres the bottom line: You can be r eally good at budgeting y our money and you can be a disciplined long-term investor but unless youve protected at least a reasonable percentage of your income, your whole financial strategy is incomplete. And all your goals, such as a comfortable retirement, could be jeopardized. Of course, you may not be totally unfamiliar with disability income insurance; if you work for a large employer, a group disability policy may be part of your employee benefits package. If so, you should certainly accept the coverage, which may be offered to you free or at minimal cost. However, this coverage might be inadequate to replace the income needed to allow y our family to maintain its lifestyle without dipping into your investments. C onsequently, you might need to think about purchasing an individual disability insurance policy. He re are some tips: Look for a policy that is non-cancellable until you r each age 65. When you purchase a non-cancellable policy, your policy premiums cant be changed, provided you pay them on time. Pick the right waiting period. Typically, disability insurance policies dont start paying benefits immediately; theres usually a waiting (or elimination) period ranging from 30 days to two years. Obviously, a shorter waiting period is more desirable, but its probably also going to be more expensive. You may be able to give yourself the flexibility of choosing the longer waiting period if you have created an emergency fund containing six to 12 months worth of living expenses, kept in a liquid account that offers significant preservation of principal. Avoid overly restrictive policies. You may want to avoid an "accident-only" policy or one with a limited benefit term (five and 10 y ears are common). These policies may be cheaper, but they dont cover either a disabling illness or the entirety of your working life. Consider adding appropriate riders. 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MARTIN COUNTY Martin County Sheriff William D. Sny der announced the May 23 arrest of three men in connection with the attempted murder and robbery of 49y ear old Timothy Michael Bo wker, a cab driver from Po rt S t. Lucie. The U.S. Marshals Fugitive T ask Force, including members of the Martin County S heriff's Office and Martin C ounty Sheriff's Major Cr imes detectives, traveled to Orlando and apprehended 22-year old Lawrence Flood Jr., who has been charged with attempted first degree murder and armed robbery. A ccording to reports, Mr. F lood was just about to board the monorail to Disney World as detectives arrested him. Arrested earlier, were N icholas Monaco, 21, of Ft. Pierce, and John Cilluffo, 25, of Jensen Beach. Mr. Cilluffo and Mr. Monoco have been charged with aggravated battery and armed robbery. On May 17, Mr. Bowker was robbed, beaten and stabbed inside his cab around midnight as he waited outside a Jensen Beach business in anticipation of picking up a customer who called in for a ride. That customer, who falsely identified himself as Asony Moore, was actually Lawrence Flood Jr. When the victim arrived for the pick-up, the three men brutally beat, then robbed him. The victim suffered major injuries after being stabbed r epeatedly around the head and neck. "The attack on Mr. Bowker, who was simply trying to work hard and earn a living for his family, was one of the most brutal and vicious attacks I have ever seen," said Sheriff William D. Snyder. "We traveled to Orlando to make sure that every last suspect involved in this brutal crime was located and arrested." Mr. Cilluffo and Mr. Monaco are being held at the Martin County jail. Mr. Flood was transported back to Mar tin County by the U.S. M arshals Fugitive Task Force. Stuart Police Department Darren Dwayne Cuff, 24, of 2012 S.W.Larcmont Lane, Port St. Lucie, was arrested May 18 and charged with resisting arrest without violence and disorderly conduct. Kyle Edward Helton, 23, of 1106 Fenno Drive, Riverdale, Iowa, was arrested May 17 and charged with loitering or prowling and resisting arrest without violence. Robert McGowan, 30, of 612 S .E.Voltair Terrace, Port St.Lucie, w as arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence with damage to property and leaving the scene of a crash involving damage to property. Coi Hoang Truong, 42, of 2065 S .E.Caliph St., Port St.Lucie, was arrested May 18 and charged with f eeling and attempting to elude an officer, driving under the influence and resisting arrest without violence. Charles John Wilson, 43, of 2572 N.E.Mildred St., Jensen Beach, was arrested May 18 and charged with driving under the influence and driving while license w as suspended or revoked with knowledge. Edward Eugine Lyles, 35, of 7719 Gulf St., Daytona Beach, w as arrested May 20 and charged with retail theft and resisting arrest without violence. Robert McGowan, 30, of 612 S .E.Voltair Terrace, Port St.Lucie, w as arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence with damage to a person or property or leave the scene of a crash involving damage to property.Martin County Sheriffs Office Ralph Alston III, 32, of 520 N.W.55th Avenue, Ocala, was arrested May 17 and charged with b urglary of a conveyance, grand theft of more than $10,000 or less than $20,000, theft, possession of b urglary tools and two counts of b urglary. Kyle A.Batton, 19, of 713 N.W. W aterlily Place, Jensen Beach, w as arrested May 17 and charged with introducing or removing contraband into a county detention f acility, possession of marijuana of less than 20 grams, possession or use of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. Joseph Randolph Bertolino, 35, of 4101 Boulder Drive, New Po rt Richey, was arrested May 18 and charged with burglary of a conveyance and grand theft of property of more than $5,000 and less than $10,000. Joseph Randolph Bertolino, 35, of 4101 Boulder Drive, New Po rt Ritchey, was arrested May 17 and charged with driving while license suspended or revoked with knowledge, possession or use of drug paraphernalia, two counts of b urglary, possession of burglary tools and theft. Michael Stephen Biglin, 48, of 9032 S.E.Parkway Drive, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence. Dominique Read Brogan, 37, of 168 S.E.Crestwood Circle, Stuart, was arrested May 18 and charged with burglary and grand theft. Casey Garrett Cathcart, 28, of 60118 Turquoise Road, Bend, Ore., was arrested May 19 and charged with disorderly intoxication in a public place, causing a disturbance and resisting arrest without violence. Jennie Sharrie Chance, 18, of 984 S.E.Pettway St., Hobe Sound, w as arrested May 18 and charged with battery. Brian John Defanski, 27, of 882 S.W.27th St.Upper, Palm City, was arrested May 17 and charged with giving false or altered identification or false ownership to a secondary metals recycler. Tiffany Lynn Harris-Misic, 26, of 4442 S.E.Chesapeake Bay Drive, Stuart, was arrested May 17 and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Harold Lee Hayes, 61, of 6979 S .E.Ridgeway Terrace, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 18 and charged with battery and violating an injunction for protection against domestic violence. Bryan Matthew Hogan, 23, of 465 S.E.Trafalger Terrace, Stuart, w as arrested May 18 and charged with firing a missile into a dwelling, v ehicle, building or aircraft, aggrav ated assault, resisting arrest without violence, criminal mischief and violation of probation. Desmond Cornelle Isreal, 23, of 2765 S.E.Bonita St., Stuart, w as arrested May 17 and charged with possession of a firearm or concealed weapon by a convicted f elon, possession of a controlled substance or possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Michael Shawn Parramore, 45, of 5606 Raintree Trail, Fort Pierce, w as arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence, possession of a controlled substance, introducing or removing contraband into a county detention f acility and possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Liubel Senan Perez, 36, of 4925 N.W.178th Terrace, Miami Gardens, was arrested May 17 and charged with driving under the influence and reckless driving. Christopher Joseph Prianti, 23, of 3149 S.E.Elder Road, Stuart, w as arrested May 19 and charged with theft. Mary Ann Price, 24, of 3748 S .E.Upper St., Stuart, was arrested May 17 and charged with battery. Carl Frederick Raulin, 56, of 1204 Chesapeake Drive, Churchton, Md., was arrested May 19 and charged with driving under the influence. John Lavar Richardson, 35, of 302 S.W.Kestor Drive, Port St. Lucie, was arrested May 20 and charged with battery. Ashley Nicole Rose, 25, of 3122 S.E.Clayton St., Stuart, was arrested May 19 and charged with theft. James Harry Stewart, 65, of 5377 S.E.Isabelita Ave., Stuart, w as arrested May 19 and charged with driving under the influence. Justin Rondell Washington, 19, of 5773 S.E.47th Avenue, Stuart, w as arrested May 17 and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Billy James Westberry, 20, of 2439 S.E.Dyer Road, Port St. Lucie, was arrested May 17 and charged with intent to sell, manuf acture, deliver or traffic drugs and possession of marijuana of less than 20 grams. Jerald Glenn Wright, 43, of 1 K umquat Drive, Jensen Beach, w as arrested May 19 and charged with possession of a controlled substance, operating a motor vehicle after operator or chauffers license had expired and driving under the influence. Andre Alexander Batts, 35, of 4466 S.E.Village Road, Stuart, w as arrested May 21 and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver and possession of a controlled substance. Michael Stephen Biglin, 48, of 9032 S.E.Parkway Drive, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence. Jerome Tyrone Ellis, 20, of 2108 Avenue I, Fort Pierce, was arrested May 20 and charged with two counts of retail theft. Tscharina Marie Knight, 31, of 2852 N.E.Spruce Ridge Avenue, Stuart, was arrested May 21 and charged with possession of marijuana of less than 20 grams and two counts of possession of a controlled substance. Nicole Elaine McCrory, 38, of 845 S.E.13th St., Stuart, was arrested May 21 and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver. Jessica Lynn Pratt, 33, of 8414 Sandy Lane, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 20 and charged with driving under the influence and driving with an expired license for more than four months. Marcus Alfonzo Presti, 22, of 8397 S.W.Masthead Drive, Stuart, w as arrested May 20 and charged with possession of marijuana of less than 20 grams, possession or use of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor violation of probation. Meghan Anne Ray, 28, of 5245 S .E.Matousek St., Stuart, was arrested May 20 and charged with f elony failure to appear. Laura Beth Singletary, 52, of 3596 N.E.Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach, was arrested May 20 and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Ronnie Spann, 56, of 1418 39th St., West Palm Beach, was arrested May 20 and charged with battery. Scott David Wartzok, 47, of 5850 East Milton Road, Milton, w as arrested May 21 and charged with felony domestic battery by strangulation and accident involving death or personal injury by failure to stop. Roasrio Munoz Wilson, 33, of 5426 S.E.Front Avenue, Stuart, w as arrested May 20 and charged with unarmed robbery. Deidree Demons, 51, of 5413 S .E.47th Avenue, Stuart, was arrested May 22 and charged with f elony failure to appear. Andy Exy, 23, of 4075 Trovita Blvd., Boyton Beach, was arrested May 21 and charged with burglary. Teresa Deloras Keeter, 32, of 801 A Gate House Lane, Durham, N.C., was arrested May 21 and charged with felony violation of probation. Riley Tranel Lowe, 28, of 14969 S. W. 173rd Drive, Indiantown, was arrested May 21 and charged with selling, manufacturing, delivering, possessing drugs between 6 a.m. and 12 a.m.within 1,000 feet of public or private school and possession of a controlled substance. Charlie Andrew Rafferty, 23, of 1574 S.W.Silver Pine Way, Palm City, was arrested May 21 and charged with giving false information to a pawn broker, grand theft and three counts of dealing in stolen property. Dustin Alan Sims, 26, of 880 N.E.Stokes Terrace, Jensen Beach, was arrested May 22 and charged with grand theft firearm. Katie Elizabeth Taylor, 33, of 2091 S.E.Talwood Lane, Port St. Lucie, was arrested May 21 and charged with felony violation of probation. Steve William Wood, 30, of 1136 N.E.Coy Senda, Jensen Beach, was arrested May 21 and charged with battery.Florida Highway Patrol Michael John Blasi, 38, of 150 Prarie Drive, North Babylon, N.Y., w as arrested May 20 and charged with resisting arrest without violence and fugitive warrant of extradition. Jose Bandini Silva, 52, of 2173 S .E.Floresta Drive, Port St.Lucie, w as arrested May 18 and charged with driving under the influence. Donald William St.Pierre, Sr., of 8249 S.E.Windham, Hobe Sound, was arrested May 19 and charged with driving under the influence with damage to property.St. Lucie County Sheriffs Office Eric Lamont Nicholson, 21, of 1681 S.W.Southworth Avenue, Po rt St.Lucie, was arrested May 21 and charged with assault or battery on law enforcement on an officer, firefighter or intake officer. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County A5 Air Conditioning &Heating Commercial &Residential Sales Service Installation Same Day Service No extra charge for 24 Hour Emergency including Nights Weekends Holidays774537 12 YEARSLic. # CAC058508 Insuredwww.honestairinc.com772-232-1114Energy Tax CreditEXTENDEDCall for details Get Ready forSEASON 774581 067380 Enjoy the longest running narrated airboat tour on the Treasure Coast! Capt Bobs unmatched narration has been enjoyed by thousands young and old.THE DIFFERENCE IS IN THE TOURPlease visit www.airboatadventuretours.comLic and Ins. 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Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerT roy McDonald, vice mayor of the City of Stuart, George Mittler, president of Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 10 41, Congressman Patrick Murphy, Frank Tidikis, treasurer of Chapter 1041, John Haddox, Martin County Commissioner, Lawis Jones, secretary of chapter 1041, and Ed Maxwell, first vice president of Chapter 1041, prepare care packages to be sent to Floridians serving with the Army Rangers overseas, in recognition of Armed Forces Day at Congressman Patrick Murphys downtown Stuart Office on Saturday, May 18. Tr easure Coast Food B ank is outraged by the House Agriculture Committees vote to slash spending on the S upplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by $21 billion. Tr easure Coast Food B ank and other local charities are already stretched very thin trying to keep up with increased need as families in our state continue to feel the impact of the recession. C uts to SNAP, or food stamps, would be devastating to our community, and charities like ours cannot make up the difference. There is no question these cuts to SNAP will take food from the refrigerators and kitchen tables of vulnerable low-income families who have not felt r elief from the recession. N ationally, two million people will lose benefits entirely, 210,000 kids will lose access to free school meals and another 850,000 households will see their benefits cut by an average of $90 per month. These cuts come on top of across-the-board cuts for all SNAP beneficiaries beginning in November that will lower benefits by about $25 for a family of three. That may not seem like much to you or me, but for a family scraping by it matters a lot. O ur country has a long history of caring for those in need, and on the Tr easure Coast, we share that responsibility. That basic American value of caring for our neighbors is at the core of every volunteer moment and every donation given. But the need is too great for charity. We need a strong federal commitment to SNAP and other hunger r elief programs. SNAP spending will constrict automatically as our economy recovers and people go back to work. B ut many on the Treasure C oast have not felt the benefit of any recovery. We need to ensure that families who have fallen on hard times can still put food on the table. Pulling SNAP benefits from lowincome families at a time when the need for food assistance has never been greater is cruel and shortsighted. Tr easure Coast Food B ank serves 107,880 people each week, an increase of 156 percent since 2010, largely due to increased need through the recession. Food bank clients include households that have too much income or assets to qualify for SNAP but still struggle to feed their families, as w ell as SNAP participants whose benefits are inadequate to get them through the month. SNAP benefits average less than $1.50 per person per meal, and more than 90 percent of benefits are spent by day 21 of the month, leaving many families to turn to local charities to make ends meet. SNAP is targeted at our most vulnerable: 76 percent of SNAP households include a child, elderly person or disabled person, and 91 percent of benefits go to households with gross income at or below 100 percent of the poverty line. D eficit reduction is an important national priority, but it must not be undertaken with disregard to our national values and it must not come at the expense of our most vulnerable. On behalf of Tr easure Coast Food Bank, I urge our local House R epresentatives: Representative Patrick Murphy, R epresentative Bill Posey and Representative Tom R ooney to oppose cuts to SNAP in the House Farm Bi ll and to work to restore the cuts on the House floor. J udy Cruz is the CEO of the Treasure Coast Food B ank.A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! THEREWAS NOWINNERFOR LASTWEEK. THISWEEKS PRIZE ISWORTH$200! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 065945WIN$200 WIN$200This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize Preparing care packages On teachersMy child is in public school. What's my struggle? Hoping he'll get a teacher who finds favor with the administration so there aren't too many behavioral students in his class. Why? Because there are few consequences for the behavioral student today. One would think the behavioral (using the politically corr ect term here) student would be sent home to lessen interr uptions in the classroom and be disciplined by the parent. If mom or dad have to interrupt their day, maybe the student will be less likely to interrupt the classroom. I can tell you it doesn't happen at our school. What about y our school? And how exactly do you think this affects the morale of our teachers?Whats a kid to do?What happens to the average kid who tries to stay focused instead of being entertained by the teacher's attempts to discipline Mr. or Miss Troublemaker? Does anyone win? So let's see, what are our teachers paid to do? Ba by -sit, discipline, teach, counsel and console. He y, I've got an idea. Why don't we let the teachers teach and see if the administration can deal with the students and parents of behavioral students. If we can do that, maybe we won't have to worry about pupil achievement and teacher compensation. Par ents and grandparents, I strongly urge you to visit y our student's school and more specifically, your student's classroom. You are your child's only advocate. Let's keep the focus where it belongsNowhere clean to sitThis rant is about the very unsightly conditions at the fishing pier under our beautiful bridge going across the I ndian River. There are many benches to sit on, but they are used for cleaning fish. What a picturesque spot to relax and enjoy the scenery without any place to sit.Stop rumors before they startR umors in a small town can be highly entertaining for some and worrisome for others. Too bad for you if you believe any rumor. A rumor can be started by anyone, true or false. Half true, half false or highly embellished. W ebsters dictionary definition of a rumor is unsubstantiated facts, which means without confirmation of the truth. So before you spread information about others you might go back to the source and get their side of the story. It most likely will be very different than the rumor! A story of an incident may have as many sides as there are people involved. A story can also be missing a few facts (if someone is hiding their little secret). And certainly, like my friend, who'll embellish, enhance and improve a story through exaggeration to make it better, others will do the same. And, however many people this rumor feeds through, the facts can become that much more skewed (a slanting position) to their benefit. So before you know it, "that someone" has murdered, r aped, pillaged, done the worst anyone could imagine, when, indeed, none of this has even happened. B ut it has put fear into you and most often theres something else thats true that doesn't even make the story, like the person who started the rumor is actually the awful human being. M ost human beings are becoming lower and lower on the evolutionary chain because of the way they think of others. So take rumors with a grain of salt. If you weren't there to observe what happened, you'll have no idea of the truth in a rumor. Ask questions like, what did you do to create such behavior in others? Some people pretend they are so innocent, when theyre not. Y ou are actually showing your ignorance if you participate in a rumor. Uneducated people are the easiest to brainwash with rumors, along with people who live with fear and hatred of others. You can see people living in fear. This will be a slow death from the stress. So if you want to evolve into a higher intelligence, don't get involved with rumors. Don't believe it if it sounds too awful to be true. Do your homework.Whos to blame?This week I had the opportunity to sit and watch some cases being conducted over the welfare of children in the county. I was shocked and confused as to what I saw. All this time I thought that with all the children being abandoned, abused, neglected, and murdered under the care of D epartment Of Children and Families the agency was to blame. I, like a lot of others in the community, felt that DCF was not doing their job by looking out for the welfare of the children. I thought that somehow if we fixed the department, many children could be saved and if they had been more vigilant, many children would have not suffered at the hands of the ones who were supposed to love them. After sitting all day in the Juvenile Court watching quietly, I discovered something very disturbing. DCF is not totally to blame and maybe not to blame at all. I watched defense attorneys for the parents argue how the children should be returned to parents with no regard for the children or what was best for them. These are parents who have been free of drugs only a few weeks, out of jail for only a short periods of time, and some who were still on drugs and could not get treatment because of their refusal to quit the drugs they were getting from Doctors, and I use this term lightly as most were getting their drugs from pain clinics (pill mills). What I saw next was so disturbing that I thought I was in a dream. The magistrate who provided over the proceedings seemed to be angry at every little thing DCF said or objected to. As DCF and the Guardian ad litem representatives, whose job it is to watch out for the children, objected to defense attorneys motions to reunite the children with the parents until the parents could show that they could care for their children safely, the magistrate seemed to be a defense attorney for the parents and not looking out for the childrens best interest. There was no evidence provided by the parents that they had truly straightened up their lives and were ready to r esponsible parents. None! One mother was even caught in a lie and this magistrate just seemed to overlook that fact. After that day, I have a new reality about our system and believe that if these people we put over the welfare of our children are not listened to, how can we expect to see anything other than what we read in the papers? These are truly the children lost. They have no hope of a better life as long as we leave these people in charge, and when we do give them someone to watch over them, the magistrates, judges and others with the power cannot be allowed to tie their hands. So next time you see a headline where a child is found dead at the hands of someone who loved them or a child so neglected that their eyes show the emptiness of their souls, dont assume DCF has failed them. Maybe the blame needs to be placed at the doorstep of the one who is truly at fault.Drivers, stop being in such a rushThe speeding and the red light and stop-sign running drivers are out of control lately. Hey, whats your hurry? Yo u re already here. U nfortunately, the county sheriffs department, when I called them, has told me it is too expensive for them to set up speed traps anymore. Dont they at least get some of the income from tickets? M ostly, I wish to plead with aggressive or hurried drivers: Please dont try to change the clock with your speedometer. In reality, speeding and running red lights and stop signs wont get you where youre going much sooner than by obeying the lights and signs. R eally, and you wont waste gas and risk lives. Got something to say? Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at (772) 465-5504or e-mail newsfp@hometownnewsol.com. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. T reasure Coast Food Bank opposes cuts CEO OF TREA SURE COA ST FOOD BANKJUDY CRUZ VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2013, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (772) 465-5656 Fax (772) 465-5301Classified (800) 823-0466 Rants & Raves (866) 465-5504Circulation Inquiries 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMARTINV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . . . .Managing Partner Robin Bevilacqua . . . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Consultant Jeffrey A. 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They start as little babies. There they are, lying all helpless with their eyes closed tight, dreaming their dreams about nothing. Then y ou reach for them, and ever so gently pick them up and cradle them close so you can smell their special baby scent. Their eyes slowly open, they smile and reach out with their little hands and squeeze your finger so tight you can feel it in your heart. F ast forward now to their first day of school. They are dressed in their best clothes, hair neatly combed, and they are absolutely terrified. But what they feel is nothing compared to what is coursing through you. So you walk them to class, meet their teacher, sit with them a short while then quietly make your way out of the classroom and back to your car, trying your best not to cry. And failing. Now as teenagers, their days are spent sleeping, school and hanging out with their friends. Theres no time for the family what with friends, work and all those after-school activities. Y ou give them chores: make them clean their room, make their bed, do laundry and even cook a little. They complain loudly how unfair it all is. But they dont yet r ealize youre not making them do chores so theyll stay home. Youre making them do chores so theyll know what to do when they leave. Now its Graduation Day. The invitations have been sent, the relatives are in town and the cap and gown are hanging neatly in the closet waiting for that important w earing. It s time to wake them up so they can get dressed, eat breakfast, meet with the r elatives and then start to prepare for one of the most important moments of their lives. B ut youre standing in the www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County A7 Diabetic Heel Pain Neuropathy Ulcer CareMost Insurance Accepted1635 NWJensen Beach Blvd.(772) 225-36681226 SE Port St.Lucie Blvd.(772) 337-2920 R.M. 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FREEConsultation774531 063997 774571901 SEMonterey Commons Blvd., Stuart, Florida 34996 772 283 3414 Dr. Hal Tobias Board Certified by American Board of Pain Medicine and Ninety Eighth (98th) in the world to be certified by the American Academy of Neurology in Pain MedicineNeurology Associatesof the Treasure Coast Hal M.Tobias,M.D.CHCQM,FAIHQ,CIME Board Certified in Neurology and Pain MedicineMOST INSURANCE ACCEPTED Medicare,BC/BS,Aetna,Most commercial carriers,Auto accidents, W orkmans compensation cases Now Taking United Health Insurance Including AARP Secure HorizonsP INPOINTING THE SOURCE OF YOUR PAIN NEW PIP REQUIREMENTFloridas New PIP Insurance Law Took Effect on January 1, 2013 Heres what YOU should know about the new PIP Insurance LawIf you have been in an auto accident, you must.. Seek initial medical treatment from a Doctor, for those injuries with in fourteen days of the accident PIP insurance will only cover these medical expenses if initial treatment is received within this fourteen day timeframe Any follow-up medical treatment must be made upon the referral of a Doctor, consistent with the medical diagnosis given on initial visit Who better to see for your pain, which is a neurological problem than Dr. Tobias, a board certified neurologist, who will pinpoint the pain. Call TODAY to make sure you are seen within the 14 DAY PIP requirement. NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS 774567 774580 Bringing Eastern medicine to the East coastPORT ST. LUCIE Using the best of his knowledge of both Eastern and Western medicine, Stuart Shipe has been helping the residents of the Treasure Coast for the past 13 years. H is work for decades as a consulting pharmacist took him to nursing homes to r ecommend drug therapies, only to see many seniors deteriorate on multiple medication regimes. I wanted a better way to health for them and investigated options to becoming a primary care physician in natural medicine, he explained. Then, as he observed an East Asian physician practice for one day with seemingly miraculous results, he knew this was the type of care he wanted for his future patients. Now, in addition to his pharmacy credentials, Dr. S hipe holds a doctorate in acupuncture and oriental medicine, and is nationally board-certified in both acupuncture and Chinese herbology. As a registered pharmacist, I always loved the study of herbal medicine, he said. N ow using the best of my knowledge from both Western and Eastern medicine, I developed a unique integrative approach to helping patients transition from a r eactive type of medicine to one of prevention. W ith his longevity in the area, Dr. Shipe has been able to collaborate with a number of local physicians, as well as educate thousands of residents about their various health issues. M ost people think that acupuncture and Oriental medicine is just for pain, so many people seek medical attention to relieve that, Dr. S hipe said. As the patient r ealizes that so many other medical conditions are addressed, like digestion, insomnia or allergies, they r ealize the holistic effects of Oriental medicine. Dr Shipes office provides acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy, Tui-Na Chinese manual bodywork, cupping, moxibustion, Qi Gong Therapy, nutritional and lifestyle counseling and pharmaceutical counseling. To help bring the information of Chinese medicine to those interested, the office offers free consultations and evaluations of medical conditions. B y taking the financial obligation off of clients, they are more likely to seek answers to their questions on natural medicine, he said. It gives me the opportunity to evaluate their condition, make an initial prognosis and treatment strategy or even make an appropriate referral to another health-care provider. When not in the office, Dr. S hipe lectures professionally to colleges of pharmacy as an assistant professor, and also provides free community lectures on natural health and hosts a weekly talk show in an effort to educate others about natural healing. All disease comes from imbalance, in lifestyle, diet, emotions, work or our relationship to the environment, Dr. Shipe said. People believe that they must do something to their body such as continually take drugs or have surgery to help it heal, but the truth is that the body already stores that healing life force. The use of Chinese medicine supports the bodys natural ability to heal itself. Dr Shipe has offices in two locations. The Stuart office is located at 407A S.E. O cean Boulevard in Stuart. The office hours there are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on T uesdays and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays. The second is at 1801 S.E. H illmoor Drive, Suite A-104 in Port St. Lucie. The office hours there are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays and W ednesdays, and from 1 p .m. to 7 p.m. on Thursdays. F or more information,call (772) 398-4550 or go online to www.traditionalchinesehealing.com.Business Dr. Stuart ShipeBy Dawn Krebsdkrebs@hometownnewsol.comA time to look both forward and back ASSOCIATE MANAGING EDITORDA WN KREBS See KREBS, A8

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If you have ever thought of a professional career in golf, the College of Golf at Keiser U niversity may have just what y ou need. Located in St. Lucie West, near the PGA of Americas PGA Village and just west of I95, the university offers a 16month program that allows students to graduate with an Associate of Science Degree in Golf Management, or choose a Bachelor of Science D egree in Sports Management with a Concentration in Golf. S tudies show that the average person changes careers as many as five times during his or her lifetime. The number one reason given for career change is that they were searching for a career that fit their passion and that was enjoyable. Many of us start careers based on what we think will make us the most money or give us the most perks. Golf is a global, $76 billion industry that is beginning to grow again. If you are truly passionate about golf, maybe a career in this wonderful sport is worth a look. The college offers monthly starts, so students have 12 opportunities to begin the program each year. Students are given the option of taking general courses on-line, inclass or via a hybrid model that mixes the two. K eiser University offers one core course per month. No need to lug around books and study for exams in five classes. Y ou get to master them one at a time in a focused setting. The college features a 25,000-square foot facility, which includes more than 4,000 square feet of indoor golf instructional space with state-of-the-art technology, including video systems, launch monitors, 3D swing analysis and more. S ince you are heading for a career in golf, it only makes sense that you play some golf as well. How many schools would encourage you to get out of the classroom and tee it up a couple times a week? Now this is my kind of school! B eing located adjacent to the PGA Village and the PGA Learning Center, Keiser provides students access to the practice facility seven days a w eek, and two rounds per w eek are always available at the award-winning PGA Village, with additional rounds available during certain times of the year. While many jobs in the golf industry require a certain playing ability, many others do not. The college has no minimum handicap requirement, but playing golf is part of the curriculum. S tudents are in class four days a week, three hours a day, and class size is kept at a maximum of 24 students, depending upon the course. Graduates of the College of Golf at Keiser University can transfer into a Bachelor of Science degree at Keiser. Floridas Statewide Course Numbering System helps ensure the ease of transferring credits between participating accredited educational institutions. A variety of federal financial aid and Veterans benefits are available for those who qualify. These may include grants, scholarships or student loans. The college has staff in place to assist you in finding what y ou qualify for and what assistance is available to you. There is no on or off-campus housing offered through K eiser, but the school will assist you with finding a good option. Being so close to home for many of us on the Tr easure Coast, commuting or taking the on-line courses would be an easy option. The school also offers career advisement and placement services to help you get a job. To qualify for admission to the College of Golf at Keiser U niversity, all applicants must provide verification of high school graduation or GED completion. An entrance exam is required if the student does not have the r esults of a Scholastic Aptitude test (SAT) or American Co llege Testing exam (ACT). The required scores are either a combined 1430 on the SAT or a composite score of 17 on the ACT. The tuition and fees include individual tee times made available to students each week, tournament golf r ounds each semester, a comprehensive driving range practice package, use of the C ollege of Golf indoor facilities and swing analysis equipment as well as lessons and clinics from the schools PGA staff. To learn more about the universitys College of Golf call (888) 355-4465 or visit collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu. J ames 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.Lets go to the beach. S ummer is here, and the surf has become very polite. So polite, the Croakers and Whiting are back in good numbers and size, which makes excellent table fare. An easy catch right at your toes in the trough, and you can go up close, so a pitch of y our bait will get to their z one. A two-hook rig, fourpound long shank and a piece of shrimp will find them in good numbers, so do not forget the ice. These fish will be in all day. Now the other side is the S nook and Jacks and like them, can be found right from the trough. A six-anda-half-foot rod is all you need for the Whiting and Croakers, but for the Snook and Jacks, well, lets say to not take a knife to a gun fight. S nook season is closed and the Jacks are not the best table fare, but more a serious test of ability and equipment. Casting a floater-diver type lure or the DOA bait buster (deep diver) and working it in the trough will find them, but please keep in mind you are fishing in the ocean. These fish will have lots of room to run, so make sure your spool is full. Please leave them in the water, do not crank them up on the sand as this will remove the slime coat that they need. So step in the water and release them, then I might be able to test my ability on one of these. T arpon are rolling just a little out of casting distance at the moment, but then next week is coming. I love summer. Us e big, bright sun anglers if Trout and Reds are your target. You need to fish early, casting top-water lures or let a shrimp do the work. Now, if early is not on the list, look to fish the shaded water, treed-shore lines or under anything that will leave a shadow. Just slow down. B ut Triple Tail time is on the markers. Channel markers, crab trap floats anything floating will hold them. These fish like the sun, and they will lay on their side just under the surface. Theyre hard to see until you see one, then the game is on. Anglers need to drift to the marker and let the current take you there. Any noise and these fish will sound. They may not leave, but it will be a while before they come back up. T op fin and bottom fin come almost back to their tail, powerful and not the fastest, but are a real hard puller. Pitch a shrimp to them and hang on. They make excellent table fare. There are lots of reports of bait at the north end of Her mans Bay, with big Trout and a few Reds on the catch list. Snook is closed, so all the slot size will now be available. Off shore is quiet, and the best I have, with not a lot of anglers reporting. The Dolphin I have heard of were south to the Jupiter area in that 190-foot to 225-foot z one. Theres not a lot of fish, but fish of size, and most in our area were the ten-pound class in the same zone. Black F inns at the Hill eating trolled feathers and King F ish on the numbers, not big K ings but worth the grill. B ottom fish continue to hold anglers attention, with plenty of Mangroves, M uttons and Lanes to keep busy, and Grouper and AJs to make your arm ache. In 60-foot to 80-foot water, using sardines and live pins will put fish in the box. H enry Caimatto is the o wner of the Snook Nook B ait and Tackle shop in J ensen Beach. Golf can be a career GOLFJAMES STAM MER F riday, May 31, 2013 A8 Martin CountyHometown News 067417 F or more information, Call(772) 828-4100774591 FREE Breakfast FREE High Speed Internet FREE Coffee &Tea in Our Lobby Fitness Facilities Meeting Rooms &More! Martin Countys Premier Indoor Shooting Range Open to the Public 10 Indoor,75 Climate-Controlled Shooting Stalls Annual & Monthly Memberships Available3091 SE Jay St Stuart,FL772-286-0576OPEN:TUES.-SAT.10 AM 7 PM SUNDAY 10 AM -5 PM Stuart Shooting Center www .StuartShootingCenter .com 067534 Concealed Carry Permit: W ed 1pm-5pm,Fri 12pm-4pmSaturdays 9am-1pm & 3pm-7pm (except 6/8,morning class only) Handgun 101 6/8 2pm-4pm Personal Defense I 6/11 5:30pm-8pm T ake your Daughter to the Range Day 6/15Dont forget to get Dad a Gift Certificate! Fishing at the beach should be good FISHINGHENRY CAIMATTO shadows of the doorway of their room. There they are, lying all helpless with their eyes closed tight, dreaming their dreams about nothing. Then you reach for them and ever so gently shake them awake, and at that moment for just one instant you can smell their special baby scent. Then their eyes slowly open, and their smile squeezes you so tight you can feel it in your heart. This is everyones special time. Enjoy it to the fullest. And Graduates: as you walk down the aisle to accept your diploma, r ealize that although your parents are watching you take this important step, they are also thinking about the times you took y our first ones. Cherish this moment, everyone. D awn Krebs is the associate managing editor of the H ometown News and can be reached at dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com.KrebsF rom page A7 062007

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students scoring at or above proficiency (3.5 or higher) on the fourth-grade FCAT writing compared to 2012 r esults. M urray Middle School increased the percentage of students scoring at or above proficiency (3.5 or higher) by 6 percentage points on the on the eighth-grade FCAT writing compared to 2012 r esults. Among the changes this y ear, the state increased the level a student must score in order to be considered proficient on the FCAT Writing assessment. Proficiency is now a score of 3.5 or higher, compared to a score of 3.0 in 2012. J oin Marybeth Pea, RN, BSN, CDE, for two sessions of B eneath the Surface: Put Your B est Face Forward, an exciting and interactive workshop for girls in grades 6-12. Ms. Pea's first workshop takes place on Saturday, June 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Blake Library, located at 2351 S.E. Monterey Road in Stuar t. The second workshop will be held on Friday, June 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Hoke Library, located at 1150 N.W. J ack Williams Way in Jensen B each. This two-part workshop offers techniques for physical health and explores issues related to self-esteem. Through the event, girls will identify personal habits that are part of a healthy lifestyle and acquire communication and decision-making skills. H ands-on activities include creating a vision board and preparing skin care remedies from natural products. A healthy meal will also be provided. R egistration is required. P lease call (772) 221-1407 to register at the Blake L ibrary or call (772) 4632870 to register at the Hoke L ibrary. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County A9 067095OFFICE LOCATIONS IN PORT ST. LUCIE AND STUART1801 SE Hillmoor Drive, Suite A104, Port St. Lucie, FL34952 407ASEOcean Boulevard, Stuart, FL34994 772-398-4550 www.TraditionalChineseHealing.com INTOUCHWITHYOURHEALTHStuart S. Shipe, DAOM, PABoard Certified Acupuncture Physician &Chinese Herbalist Registered PharmacistLEADER OF THE TREASURE COAST FOR ACUPUNCTURE &TRADITIONALCHINESE MEDICINE Relief from Disease or PainHost of Better Way to HealthWPSLAM1590 Thursdays at 11 amAcupuncture, Qi Gong, Herbal Medicine, Nutrition Counseling, Tuina Massage Therapywww.TraditionalChineseHealing.com FREE $95.00 EVALUATION & CONSULTATIONW ith this coupon or mention this ad*Does not include exam or treatment Answers located in Classied Section067415 774597 774599 774600 067379 W orkshops teach good habits, self-esteemF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comFCATF rom page A1

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Photo courtesy of Lynn Mozena Kreps/Avenue EntertainmentRob Stein (played by Christian Birkett) tells his wife Suzanne (played by Denise Brodie) that the genetic tests done on her fetus indicate there is a problem. She tells him that she thinks she felt a kick today. MARTIN COUNTY Theatre-goers on the Treasure C oast have laughed at comedies and sang with musicals at The Barn Theatre in Stuart; however, to end this theatre season, audience members will come face to face with difficult family decisions and heartbreaking conclusions. The thought-provoking The Twilight of the Golds, a provocative and engaging drama by Jonathan Tolins, grapples with issues of genetic testing, abortion and sexual orientation. The play will be directed by Ed Wilhelms, who previously directed Biloxi B lues, Beyond Therapy, and Three Murders and Its Only Monday at the Barn Theatre. I chose to do this play because I knew I could do it justice, said Mr. Wilhelms.FRIDAY, MAY 31 The ARC of Martin County Hurricane Stock Up Party: 5-8 p.m. at Chillin' the Most, 4304 N.E. Ocean Blvd., Jensen Beach. Help the ARC prepare their group homes and shelter with hurricane supplies for 150 people, as required by the state, by bringing a gift card to g rocery stores, hardware stores, etc., to be entered in the raffle. The raffle prize is a coin treasure necklace found on the Treasure Coast, donated by Swiss Jewelers. Capt. Brad Williamson will speak about treasure hunting and local treasures off our coast. Additional raffle tickets are sold separately. Entrance tickets, $20 per person, include food, two drinks, networking, music based on weather by DJ Mo from Avenue Entertainment. F or more information, call Tracy Howse at (772) 2832525 or visit http://www.arcmc.org/hurricane-stock-party.FRIDAY, MAY 31 SATURDAY, JUNE 1 Third annual BBQFest: State-sanctioned barbecue competition held at the Martin County Fairgrounds. Features up to 30 professional cooking teams and numerous local cooking teams with additional food vendors. The fest will be open from 4-10 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday. Entertainment includes country singer Al Jones, The Sweeny F amily Band, M & M Square Dancers, American Idol Brooke Eden, Gregg Jackson and Curtis W ilson, Scribbles the Clown, Kickin' Country Line Dancers, F abulous Feet Dance Team and T he Annual Rib Rockin' Sauce Soppin' BBQ Boppin' Singer Showdown. On Friday, the general Corn Hole tournament has a $50 entry fee per team; and on Saturday, a charity benefit Corn Hole Tournament between the Martin County Sheriff's Office and Fire DepartSTUART Elvis will come to the Kane Center in Stuart for one performance only at 6:30 p.m. on J une 15. The tribute show will feature Treasure Coast r esident and worldr enowned Elvis impersonator Darrell Dunhill, performing Presleys hits from his early years through his performances in Las Vegas as The King. Mr. Dunhill has wowed audiences everywhere from Las Vegas and Memphis to Japan with his high-energy, interactive show, which features authentic costumes and sound tracks that re-create Elvis original arrangements. The performance will include classic favorites like Hound Dog, Love Me Tender and Jailhouse Rock, along with a few of the less familiar tunes out of the 1,500 songs that Elvis re corded. Its sure to have y ou All Shook Up. The Kane Center is a multi-generational facility offering a wide range of services for seniors, their families and caregivers, and the greater Treasure C oast community. The Ka ne Center is designed to serve all seniors in Martin C ounty, from the active to the frail, through social, w ellness, medical, nutritional, educational and cultural programming. I ntergenerational events for the general public are also offered. The on-site Fr ances Langford Theatre and Auditorium, the Town C enter and other spaces are available for rent for special events. The Kane Ce nter is owned and operated by the Council on Aging of Martin County. Ad va nce tickets cost $18 for Kane members and $20 for non-members. Tickets purchased at the door are $20 for Kane members and $22 for non-members. All seats are general admission. A cash bar will be available. T ickets are available M onday through Friday, via phone at (772) 2237800 or online at www.kanecenter.org.Martin County B1 067704 T T uesdays 4-10 uesdays 4-10 D D ining R ining R oom S oom S pecial O pecial O nly nly E E njo njo y 50% OFF a B y 50% OFF a B ottle of ottle of W W ine inewith the purchase of 2 Dinner Entrees or food purchase of $30 or more,now thru September 774534Happy Hour All Day,Every Day in our Bar and Patio Half Off DrinksLIVE ENTERTAINMENTEvery Evening Starting at 5pm $5.00 OFFYOUR NEXT PURCHASE OF $20 OR MORE.$5.00 off your next purchase of $20 or more at participating locations only. Not valid for alcoholic beverages. Not available with any other discounts, specials, coupons or offers. Does not include tax or gratuity. Cannot be redeemed for cash. Limit one coupon per table per visit. JEN5OFF Mar tin CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013 Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerP ort St. Lucie residents Sydney, 13, Riley, 11, with mom, Dr. Lisa Rankin, a family practice physician,and sitting in front, Jackson, 7, paddle boarding in front of the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County on Saturday, May 4. In addition to family medicine, Dr. Rankin also has the Brain Center the of U.S., evaluating, diagnosing and treating children with autism and other nerve developmental disorders.Get ready to stand up for autismThe upcoming second annual Stand Up For Autism P addle Boarding and fundraising event to benefit the Treasure Coast Autism Project will be held at the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County in Jensen Beach on Saturday, June 8. The Treasure Coast Autism Project is a private nonprofit school located at Community Christian Academy providing children living with autism on the Treasure Coast an educational opportunity that is suitable to each childs unique academic, therapeutics and social needs. Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerRiley Rankin, 11, of Port St. Lucie, standing, Killian Brown, 6, of Jensen Beach, Gage Cessna, 5, of Stuart, and sitting, from left Jackson Rankin, 7, and Marleigh Hanna, 6, both of Port St. Lucie, play on a hobie sail boat. Jensen Beach residents Moose Brown, o wner of TC Paddle, with Jen Brown, president of Stand up F or Autism, and Stuart residents Tahara Cessna and Alan Jenkinson, executive director of the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Elvis coming to Kane CenterF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com Thought-provoking drama closes theatre season By Anna-Marie Menhenottnews@hometownnewsol.com See DRAMA, B4Out & about See OUT, B3

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ment will be held. The Kids Zone will be open both days with Home Depot, bounce house, face painting and fun. On Saturday there will be a Craft Beer Fest, featuring more than 40 craft beers, from 5-8 p.m. Advance wristbands are on sale. Admission is free to the B BQFest. Parking is $5 with proceeds going to the Sheriff's Explorers and Martin County Fair Association. Call (772) 2203247 or visit www.martincountyfair.com/BBQFest.SAT URDAY, JUNE 1 Workshop for girls t eaches healthy habits, selfesteem: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Blake Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey Road, Stuart. Join Marybeth Pea, RN, BSN, CDE, for Beneath the Surface: Put Y our Best Face Forward, an exciting and interactive workshop for girls in grades 61 2. The workshop offers techniques for physical health, communication and decisionmaking skills, and explores self-esteem issues. Hands-on activities include creating a vision board and preparing skin care remedies from natural products. A healthy meal will also be provided. Registration is required. Call (772) 221-1407 to register. SAT URDAY, JUNE 1 AUG. 10 Arts Enrichment Club: First open house held from 4-5:15 p.m. at the Hoke Library, 1150 N.W. Jack Williams Way, Jensen Beach, on June 1. Hosted by local artist and art teacher Kelly Arnold, artists and art lovers will discuss art in today's society, art trends through the years and from around the world, as well as examine how creativity is exhibited through Eco Arts, 3D and 4D arts, gaming, household design, graffiti and more. Adults and teens are welcome. Par ticipation is free, although R SVPs are appreciated by email at K elly@KellyArnold.com.For more information about the Arts Enrichment Club, contact K elly Arnold at (772) 475-4049.MONDAY, JU NE 3 Digging Science series: 6-7 p.m. at the Blake Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey Road, Stuart. Childrens series of activities, meant for grades K-5 with their parents. This first event features archaeology. Join library staff for fun, handson learning in an exciting environment. Registration is required by calling (772) 2211407. MONDAY, JU NE 3 FRIDAY, JUNE 7 Learn to Row camp: The Junior Rowing team of the T reasure Coast Rowing Club is offering two summer Learn to Row camps for incoming eighththrough twelfth-grade students. 4-6 p.m. at the Community Boathouse, 771 S.W. 28th Street, Palm City. Cost is $100 per week. No experience is necessary to participate, and each camp is conducted by head coach Kristen Swayze. Campers will learn the basic fundamentals of rowing, experience first strokes on the water and compete in innersquad races. Another camp will be held August 12-16. F or more information contact Coach S wayze at tcyouthrowing@gmail.com or visit www.treasurecoastrowingclub.com to register. Vacation Bible School at T ropical Farms Baptist Church: 6-8:30 p.m. at the church, located at 1555 S.W. Kanner Highway, Stuart. 'Colossal Coaster World' is the theme. Songs, crafts, Bible study, games, missions study, snacks. Children ages pre-K through grade six are admitted. Free. For more information, call (772) 287-2770 or visit www.tropicalfarms.org.TU ESDAY, JUNE 4 I Love a Mystery book discussion group: 2-3:30 p.m. at the Cummings Library, 2551 S.W. Matheson Ave., Palm City. A new monthly mystery discussion series, to be Growing crape myrtle plants in Florida If you have ever visited S outh Carolina during the summer, you will see endless rows of color in many neighborhoods. Most likely, the plants you are looking at are Crape Myrtle plants. Although they are not as widely used in our area, they can grow equally as well in F lorida. Cr ape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) is a very versatile flowering shrub that boasts glowing summer color that is sure to delight the senses. The plants require only minimal maintenance and are extremely drought r esistant once the plants are established. They are ideal for community planting for this r eason. The only disadvantage is that the plants are deciduous. They will lose all their leaves and flowers during the winter months and become dormant. Cr ape Myrtle will grow efficiently in almost any soil type. They will, however, have an advantage if you use good quality topsoil. For proper preparation, dig a hole at least twice the size of the root ball. When setting the plant, be sure it is not any deeper than it was in the original container. Fill the remaining space with the high-quality topsoil I mentioned earlier. Be sure to water the plant thoroughly and use the water to push soil into any open cavities that might exist under or alongside the plant. It is a good idea to mulch around the plant as this will conserve moisture and also will aid in weed control. Although the plants will tolerate draught, it is a good idea to water your Crape Myr tle at least once a week until they are well established. Watering once a week during the prime flowering season will help the plants produce a bumper crop of color. If you wish to prune your plants, the best time is during the winter when they are dormant. This way, you will not risk removing any of the flower buds in the spring. Pr uning helps the plant produce an abundant array of color during the summer blooming season. Cr ape Myrtle can benefit from a seasonal fertilizing program. You can use an allpurpose 8-8-8 or 16-4-8 as a fertilizer of choice. If you have some 10-10-10 already in your garage, you can use that also. Only apply a light sprinkling around the plant as too much fertilizer can either burn the plant or cause r apid growth with little flower production or possible even both. Try to fertilize just before a good rain is forecast. If you like to start your own plants, Crape Myrtle can be easily propagated from cuttings. The best candidates for cuttings are stems that are new but are mature enough to be semi-woody in appearance. If you flex the potential stem to be used, it should flex without breaking. Although r ooting hormone is not always necessary, it can be used if desired. The cuttings will do best if they are put in a good quality-rooting medium such as Jiffy Mix or equivalent. You will want to r etain moisture by covering the plants with plastic to form a sort of hot house effect. Be sure to keep them moist during the rooting process. Do not put the new cuttings in the sun. Although Crape Myrtle are mainly disease free, they can get powdery mildew from time to time. Spray with a fungicide at the very first signs of this disease. J oe Zelenak has more than 30 years experience in gardening and landscape. S end e-mails to hometowngarden@gmail.com or visit his website www.hometowngarden.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County B3 06708850% Off Any MealPurchase any meal and 2 beverages at full price and get y our 2nd meal at 50% OFF.Coupon valid Mon-Fri only Dine In Only Must present coupon Excludes Side Orders & Daily Specials.2nd Item Must be of Equal or Lesser Value.Expires 6/30/13American CafeServing Breakfast and Lunch 398-231310193 S.Federal Hwy, PSL (Town Centre Shopping Center)Mon, Tues & Sat 7am 2pm W ed, Thurs & Fri 7am 8pm Sun 7am 1pm Breakfast OnlyAmerican Cafeof Stuart Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner781-86003286 S.Federal Hwy,Stuart (Wedgewood Commons) Mon, Tues & Sat 7am 2pm W ed, Thurs & Fri 7am 8pm Sun 7am 1pm Breakfast Only50% Off Any Meal Soup & 1/2 Sandwich $5.50 AMERI CANCAFE 067703Native Bahamian Seafood Dishes, Steaks, Rawbar & CocktailsEat, Drink andGET CONCHY! At the Treasure Coasts #1 Riverfront Fish House3945 NE Indian River Drive 772-334-1130(On the Indian River, just north of the Jensen Causeway)Lunch &Dinner 7 Days a Week Live Reggae MusicIncredible Views, RIVERFRONT DINING! Reggae by the River! Live Bands! Call for Schedule Buckets of Beer &Cocktail Specials 067708 Expires 6/15/13. Must present coupon at time of purchase to receive offer.May not be combined with any other offer. Only one coupon per person per visit.Valid only at location shown on this coupon.Offer not v alid on catalog or online purchases.While supplies last. 067712 774532772-334-00337 Days A Week 7 am-1 pm Summer Hours1846 NE Jensen Beach Boulevard Ocean Breeze Plaza Jensen Beach 6 oz NY Strip Steak Lg. Country Fried SteakW/2 eggs any style with Choice of homefries, grits or french fries & toast W/Sausage Gravy 2 eggs, Choice of homefries grits or french fries & toast$6.99$5.99T he New England Coffee ShopSERVED ALL DAY!2 eggs any style with Choice of homefries, grits or french fries & toastWITHAPURCHASEOFABEVERAGE$1.99 PurchaseTickets Online @www.barn-theatre.com2400 E. Ocean Boulevard STUARTALL RESERVED SEATS ARE $20P lease Call for S tudent &Group Rates Box Office Hours: 12:00 pm 4:00 pm MonFri and 1 hour Before Curtain067717 BOX OFFICE 772-287-4884Directed by Ed WilhelmsMAY 31ST THRU JUNE 16TH, 2013Performances W ed-Sat 8 PM Sun. Matinee 2:00 PM 062006Jupiter Island Luncheon CruiseCRUISING EVERY THURSDAYW eddings,Anniversaries,Birthdays, Corporate Groups and any other event.Call about these and other cruises. Call also for private charter informationSails from The Sailsh Marina, StuartFollow us on Facebook 772-225-2100www.Islandprincesscruises.com Call About Our Fa thers Day Luncheon Cruise June 16th 4307 SE Bayview Street772-287-2500pcrm.net 0639921/2 Price Lunch & DinnerBuy One Entre & Get the Second of Equal or Lesser Value for 50% OFFV alid Monday-Thursday. 11am till 9pm. Exp. 056/28/13Must present coupon to server at time of order. 18% gratuity will be added to total before discount. LIVE MUSIC Thurs-Sun HAPPY HOUR3-6pm 7 days a week $1 OFF all cocktails GAR D E N NOOKJOE Z E LE NAK OutF rom page B1

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There are adult themes and the play really touches on some controversial topics, but the play is done really w ell and will leave a lasting impression on all who see it. The play foresees a time when genetic testing can determine the sexual orientation of an unborn child. S uzanne Gold Stein, played by D enise Brodie, is pregnant; her scientist husband re veals that the test results show the child will likely be homosexual. Suzannes brother, David, played by S tuart Mohr, is homosexual and struggled with acceptance while growing up. The close-knit Gold-Stein family unravels as the Steins consider whether they want to raise a gay child or if they should consider abortion. Anyone who comes to see the play should be prepared to see good theatre. And, they should come with no preconceived notions. Theres adult themes and language, but this is much deeper than that. The play confronts bigotry and intolerance and how families deal with these issues, said Mr. Wilhelms. The producer for The T wilight of the Golds is Fr ancine Beckstead. Tammy Cr aig is the stage manager and J. Pat Montgomery is the technical director and handled set design. Kathleen W eaver is the set decorator and props manager. Set construction was done by Don C antrell and Betty Dallas is the light/sound operator. The play will be presented by The Barn Theatre from M ay 31 through June 16 with performances at 8 p.m. nightly Wednesday through S aturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. T ickets are $20 and are available Mondays through Fr idays from noon to 4 p.m. at the Barn Theatre box office, located at 2400 S.E. O cean Blvd. in Stuart. T ickets can also be obtained by calling (772) 287-4884 or online at www.barn-theatre.com. Aries-March 21-April 19Y our life is a story to tell that many others would find interesting. You are ready for major moves forward. Refuse to be stuck in the past. Set a time limit. Let nothing hold you back.T aurus-April 20-May 20W hen you love what you do, success is assured. Lighten up. Don't be so hard on yourself. Keep letting go of the past and live one day at a time. Today is all we have. Gemini-May 21-June 21Stay focused on the present. Refuse to let others from your past pull you away from this focus. The past is the past. Stay away from negative people who don't honor this.CancerJune 22-July 22Y ou are so kind and forgiving. Others sometimes don't remember to give back to you. Make your own needs known, too. Your heart and dreams are important, too. L eoJuly 23-Aug. 22Y our true nature is to accomplish great things. To fully realize this, you must surrender your lower will, listen to and trust your instincts. This is what Leo is all about.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22T here is important work to be done, beginning with yourself. Progress is being made. Y ou are now being guided on to new adventures. Focusing on your main goal and commitment is the starting point. Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Don't forget to keep your life in balance. Refuse to take on new responsibilities, unless you are taking good care of your own needs first. This is a challenge for you because of your great love for others. Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y our vision and creative urges are growing. You are a visionary. Just about everything you touch will turn into gold right now. You are inspired. Your heart is open and your visions are strong. Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Stay focused and patient right now. You have planted the seeds. They are beginning to sprout. Your greatest rewards are just around the corner. Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Continue to nurture everyone around you. You were born to do great work. Keep writing down your visions as they arise. They are the record of the greatest truth. Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Y our value in life is growing because you make wise decisions rather than hasty ones. Y ou will soon be challenged to make even more. Stay balanced. Continue to create quality time for yourself each day for exercise, joy and fun. Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Others around you may not always agree with you for your strong convictions. If not, maybe you aren't with the right people who respond to your positive leadership. F riday, May 31, 2013 B4 Martin CountyHometown News Open 6 Days Closed on Mondays1319 NE Sunview Terr.772-334-3222TUES/WED/ THURS & SUN FREE GLASS OF WINE OR BEER WITH PURCHASE OF ENTREEExpires 5/31/13 Carmines Ristorante Fathers Day067702June 16thMake Your Reservations Early 067707Located in the Food Court in Treasure Coast Square Across from the Regal movie theatres FREE KIDS MEAL! w/a purchase of an Andys burger Fries and ShakeANDYS CHEESEBURGER$6.39Restrictions apply Expires 5-30-13French Fries / 24 oz. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 31, 2013 Martin County B5 067385 Sponsors, The Gardens of Port St. Lucie. OxyProsPlus+ and Conficare COME ALL..... The 1stAnnual SENIOR SWAPThis is an opportunity to bring in your used medical equipment and trade-up, swap or donate!(Does your equipment need a tune-up? We can help with that too!)When: Saturday, June 8th from 9am 'till noonat The Gardens of Port St. Lucie1699 SE Lyngate Dr., Port St LucieEnjoy Hot Dogs and Lemonade! Questions or to request larger item pickup for donation, Please call 772-335-9990We are looking for all types of medical equipment. Wheelchairs, Walkers, Beds, Canes, and More.Donated items will go to local seniors in need at the event, or will be distributed through Bobs Closet, a local charitable service of OxyProsPlus+. We will also donate to Missionary Flights International for Haiti. 067386 AT TENTION F loridaGr andparents,Parents & Empty NestersIsnt it time you opened yourheart and home?At any given moment, in the U.S. there are over 115,000 children ages 7-17 years old who are patiently waiting to find their adoptive forever home. These adoptions typically include a monthly stipend and a possible college scholarship from the childs home state.(We also can help with adoptions of newborns, toddlers and sibling groups.)Hope for FamiliesAdoption and Home Study Agency772-429-3334 800-620-HOPEwww.HopeForFamilies.org 774568Call to Prequalify For Your New Home Purchase $500 CLOSING CREDITWITH THIS AD Celebrating 25 Years of Responsible Lending Over $23 Billion funded Over the last 4 Years One of the nations largest, privately owned mortgage companies Residential Mortgages, Jumbos, Coops, Condos, FHA,& Multifamily Residential Mortgages on all property types J umbos,FHA,VA &Reverse MortgagesStuart &Palm City Chamber of CommerceHome Prices are on the Rise 067416 067419 774598 774642 just for kidsSummer Camps, Schools &Fun ActivitiesTOTS, TEENS & IN-BETWEENS!To Place your Camp here PLEASE CALL 1-800-823-0466 774684 0675361. Beat Summer Boredom while children look forward to time off, with no structured activities, it soon can become an adventure into boredom. 2. Learn new Activities Choose a camp that will give your child a new experience; something they will carry with them the rest of their lives. 3. Improve Social Skills a camp is a great place to meet new friends in a fun and comfortable environment. While new skills together they become better able to focus on team building skills as well.Heres wishing all a fun and productive summer!Summer Camps....and why they rock!!!!!! Below are some reasons why you should consider a summer camp for your child.

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c ontinued July 2, August 6 and September 3. Each month a different author of mystery books will be featured. Par ticipants are asked to read any title by the author and come prepared to discuss their choice including plot summary, main characters and favorite part of the book. June highlights Deborah Crombie. Call (772) 221-1403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us. Please email your live entertainment listings to newsfp@hometownnewsol.co m. The deadline is two Fridays before the event. MARTIN COUNTY Palm City based Wedding Planner and Designer Christine Te re zakis, of Dreamday Weddings & Events, will be leading a fun and interactive workshop for brides struggling with the how-tos of designing their unique weddings. Sh e ll be simplifying the w edding-design process and re vealing her secrets for creating amazing weddings on any budget. Br ides will develop a real design plan and make a wedding design vision board during the hands-on portion of the workshop. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Wish Upon a Wedding, a nonprofit organization that grants weddings and vow renewals to couples facing terminal illness or other life-altering circumstances. This special workshop will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p .m. Sunday, June 2, at the M ansion at Tuckahoe in J ensen Beach. T ickets must be purchased in advance. F or more details and to purchase tickets visit: www.DesignYourWeddingWor kshop.Eventbrite.com Wor kshop inquiries should call (772) 426-9954,or email info@dreamdaycelebrations.com. Jack Holmes J ack H olmes, 84, of Stuart, died Wednesday May 22, 2013. He was born in Indianapolis and lived in S tuart for 34 years. He served in the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife, Joyce; three daughters, Janet, Jennifer and Jane; a son, J ohn; seven grandchildren and one greatgranddaughter. Arr angements by All County Funeral Home and Crematory. 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