Hometown news (Martin County, FL). January 5, 2007.

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Discussing the power that your computer needs to run P ageA6 MARTIN COUNTY M ore work, no money, y ear after year, teachers could be heard chanting from the sidewalk in front of the School Board building in Martin County on O ct. 15. It was where hundreds of teachers, parents, students and concerned residents gathered to make their dissatisfaction known to Ma r tin County School B oard members. They toted signs and waved banners along the street before going inside to voice their opinions and propose solutions to the board. They are dissatisfied, fed up, even downright infuriated by the lack of raises they have received over the y ears including one they we re promised by Governor Rick Scott. The Governor dedicated $480 million to Florida teachers from this years budget, of which every classroom teacher in the state was to receive $2,500. B ut he left it up to the districts to decide how to distribute the funds and the Ma r tin County School B oard isnt eager to give the teachers what they believe they deserve. F lorida teachers deserve a salary increase, and they should have the benefit of knowing their new salary level as soon as possible so they can best plan for their futures, Governor Scott said in a letter to Florida S uperintendents. S urrounding counties have received their raises, but in Martin County those pay increases may come with strings attached. T eachers can currently only claim the full amount of their pay increase by r elinquishing their current contract, that provides them with job security, forT eachers show up in force over lack of raises MARTIN COUNTYV ol. 12, No. 21 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Oct. 25, 2013 778633 Dont think only of monthly payments when a lease is suggested ON CARS A7 LEASE OR BUY? INDEXClassifiedB6 Crossword B4 Obituaries B6 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Viewpoint A6University hosts Halloween open houseC ome visit Keiser University on Oct. 30, from 6-8 p .m. for the Keiser Scare F air Open House. This community event will feature H alloween festivities for the entire family to enjoy. Join faculty, staff and students of K eiser University for tricks and treats, refreshments, games and prizes. This family-friendly open house will feature activities for all ages. Costumes are welcome. K eiser University offers doctoral, masters, bachelors and associate degrees in health care, business, technology and legal fields. W ith semesters that build on one class at a time for one month at a time, this system fosters a healthy balance between life, work and study. F or more information, visit KUopenhouse.com or call (888) 844-8404.Meet the PioneersI ndian River State College Women's Basketball will hold a free "Meet the Pioneers" Basketball Clinic on Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to noon. Individuals who arrive before 10 a.m. will have a chance to see the W omen's Basketball team during practice time. In addition, boys and girls in grades 2 through 8 (with parental/guardian permission) will have an opportunity to learn and improve their basketball skills by interacting with team members in skill stations and in various games. The Pioneers will also demonstrate advanced drills. The event will conclude with an opportunity for Pioneer autographs and pictures. Pa r ticipants should arrive before 10 a.m. and r egister at the IRSC Main C ampus Gymnasium, 3209 Vi r ginia Ave., Fort Pierce. This is a walk-in event and no pre-registration is r equired. F or more information, call (772) 462-7714.Need to know WEEKEND WEATHERFriday: Overcast; high: 82; low: 59; high tide: 12:53 a.m.; low tide: 7:05 a.m. Saturday: Par tly cloudy; high: 81; low: 61; high tide: 1:44 a.m.; low tide: 8:00 a.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 81; low: 63; high tide: 2:41 a.m.; low tide: 9:00 a.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com Photo courtesy of Alissa McDarrisMartin County teachers, students, parents and concerned citizens marched from Veterans Memorial Park in Stuart to the MartinCounty School Board Office to express their dissatisfaction with the school board. Residents mark 100th anniversary of fight against breast cancer TREASURE COAST W e want to make this cancers last century, said Tr acy Henks of The American Cancer Society who helped organize this years M aking Strides Against Br east Cancer Walk. This years 5k walk marked ACSs 100th anniversary and celebrated the end of the first century of their fight to end cancer. Ms. Henks is ready to finish that fight. W e want to find a cure. We want to save more lives, Ms. Henks said. W e re working diligently to put ourselves out of business. Thats what last Saturdays event was all about: r aising money to fund the fight and bring the community together in a common goal. So M emorial Park in Stuart became a sea of pink with pink boas and hats, teams in matching pink shirts declaring Save the ta-tas, even bedazzled pink bras. Mo re than 1,000 people r egistered to walk and $135,000 was raised by individuals and teams. The funds will help ACS provide free recourses and support for women with breast cancer and fund Cancer survivor Tammy Sapienza of P ort St. Lucie, Sonia Ravary of Stuart, Carls Buick finance and insurance director and nine year breast cancer survivor, with P at Schmader of Sewalls P oint leading the walk.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Library program provides new books to new readers MARTIN COUNTY This holiday season, give the gift of literacy at your local library through the S easons Readings program that provides new books to 3 to 5-year-olds in local childcare centers. The Martin County Library System has partnered with the Early Learning Coalition to help put books into the hands of children. The Early Learning Coalition will provide the names and ages of children enrolled in their programs to the libraries that will then ask patrons to purchase new books and donate them to their local branch. The library has made it easy for the community to help them reach their goal of 300 books. N ames, ages and genders will be printed on paper gingerbread men and hung on Christmas trees at each library in the county. Library visitors can pick a name, purchase a book from the recommended list, and bring it back to be wrapped and distributed. W e re always promoting Academy shows citizens ins and outs of police department STUART For anyone who has ever wanted to know more about The Stuart Police Department and how it functions, the upcoming Citizen Police A cademy is sure to be a hit. The weekly class offers a glimpse of the inner workings of the department and lots of information on everything from department history and traffic enforcement to emergency vehicle operations and crime prevention. B etween 7-9 p.m. every W ednesday evening, between Nov. 6-Jan. 22, citizens will learn from a va r iety of instructors who work in and for the department. The Citizen Police A cademy offers a handson look at what we do every day, said Officer Br ian Bossio, academy coordinator. He said it helps eliminate misconceptions the public has about the police department and allows them to get to know their local officers, enhancing the relationship between police and the community they serve. T wo topics will be covered per week including attendee favorites on the K-9 unit and special r esponse team. A judge, state attorney and public defender will even be stopping by for the presentation on the judicial system. F or the more adventurous, the opportunity to go on a ride-along with an officer is also available. I t s an opportunity to learn, Mr. Bossiosaid. It also helps put an end to intimidation and encourages citizens to feel at ease approaching officers as they build a better understanding of who officers are and why they do what they do. W e want to serve our citizens the best way that we can, Mr. Bossio said. He for one, is excited about hosting the Citizen By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See TEACHERS, A2By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See CANCER, A2By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See A CADEMY, A4By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See BOOKS, A5 USING THE POWER INSIDE Y es, We Do Deliver! Y es, We Do Deliver! Call Now to sign up for your FREESubscription!Call 866-913-6397 to sign up or at: subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.com 775326

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r esearch to treat and cure the disease that affects 1 in 8 women. The event also honored breast cancer survivors, educated people about early detection and how to r educe their cancer risk, and brought the community together in a unified goal. M others and daughters walked together, friends, those who had lost loved ones and those who just finished their last round of treatment, all clad in pink and in a celebratory mood. Ev en Stuart Mayor Eula Clarke joined in the fun, leading Zumba from the stage before the walk began. I t s fun to get together with everyone in the community for a good cause, said Tracie Warren of Stuart, who organized a team for Ocean Aveda Salon and was walking with her daughter. I think events like these are amazing, said cancer survivor Debra Policino of Po rt S t. Lucie. She joined A CS in their search for a cure in hopes that her children and grandchildren wont have to worry about the disease. Each step were taking today is a step toward finding a cure, Ms. Henks said. Were making strides against breast cancer, theres no doubt about it. an annual contract that doesnt. If they dont, the school board may give them little to nothing, which many find unacceptable. I havent gotten a raise in 10 years, said Donna J acobsen, a third grade teacher at Citrus Grove Elementary. Some teachers in this district qualify for food stamps and government assistance. Ms. Jacobson illustrated her point at the protest with a poster displaying the number 16,540 in big r ed type. That number, she said, was her takehome pay after taxes and premium health care. M eanwhile, board members enjoyed a stateapproved 3.8 percent r aise. J ill Hornstein, a kindergarten teacher at Citrus Grove, said that Florida r anks 47th in the country for teaching salaries but local board salaries are in the top two percent. W e have to be able to support ourselves, Ms. Hornstein said. Ms. Hornstein and Ms. J acobson, together with other teachers at the rally, are devoted to their students and are thankful for outstanding school administrators. Their fight is with the school board as they ask for fair pay. W e love our students, we love our jobs, we love what were doing, but the board needs to know we v e had enough, said H idden Oaks Middle School teacher Dawne H utchinson who helped organize the event via F acebook. That was the objective of the estimated 250-300 people who attended the protest, which included students like Evalynn St r auss, Hunter Desantis and Anya Pickard, all 12, who came out to support their teachers. The Martin County E ducation Association stands behind the teachers and several members, including President Pam K essler, were present at the rally. The association will help the teachers present salary proposals at negotiations that were scheduled for Oct. 22. W e just want them to treat us with respect, Ms. H utchinson said. S he was thrilled with the turnout and hopes just as many people will come support the teachers at negotiations.Annual event to raise money for Treasure Coast shelterTREASURE COAST W alk with your friends, walk with your dog, just get out and walk to support a good cause. November 9 is the 11th annual Mutt March, one of the Humane Society of the Tr easure Coasts biggest fundraisers of the year. The fun walk usually brings in about $50,000 that goes toward care for the numerous animals in the local shelter, but its as much about a good time as it is about raising money and awareness. The event will kick off with a free pancake breakfast from IHOP for registrants followed by a relaxing walk around Memorial Park in Stuart. Afterward will be a C anine Costume Contest complete with prizes for the best-dressed dog, derby r aces, lure coursing, obedience demonstrations and a flea(less) market with poochand people-oriented vendors. It wouldnt be a Humane S ociety event without dogs on site ready to be adopted, but retired racehorses will also be available for adoption. I t s really just a very fun day, said Jayme Uteschill, C ommunity Events Manager for the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast. R affle tickets will be sold for $10 for the chance to win gift cards in denominations of $1,000, $500 or $250, a DJ will keep dogs and their walkers in a lively mood and all proceeds will help the H umane Society in their mission of caring for animals. This is something that not only raises funds but r aises awareness, Ms. Ut eschill said. S ince 1955 the Humane S ociety of the Treasure Coast has been the leading advocate for animal welfare in the Martin County area by providing shelter, finding loving homes and promoting respect for companion animals places in our lives and they want the entire community to know what they do. I t s a win-win, Ms. Ut eschill said. You get to have fun with your dog and the animals at the shelter benefit greatly. Of course, the event isnt limited to people with dogs. Anyone can walk, enjoy the festivities and have a good time at the park. W alkers are limited to one dog per person and can register for $10 on the day of the event or online at www.hstcmuttmarch.org It promises to be an enjoyable afternoon for anyone on two legs or four. F riday, October 25, 2013 A2 Martin County Hometown News With more than 20 years of experience as a personal assistant, property manager, and a security investigator, I can assist your daily life and time management in a n umber of ways: Elderly Caregiver, Driver Accounting & Financial Services Computer Literate & Tech Savy Oversee Household Staff & Contractors Personal Shopper & Errand Runner077527561-801-0257 www.girlfridaysouthflorida.com girlfridaysfla@gmail.com Call 334-5901for an appointmentThe Atlantic Animal Clinic1315 NE Sunview Terr. 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FREEConsultation778619 778627 778649By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerThe Sister Sharon Team, on behalf of cancer survivor Sharon Easterling, center, made up of sisters Carol Bridwell of Sarasota, left, and, Diane Brodwater of Stuart, on the right.CancerF rom page A1TeachersF rom page A1

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TREASURE COAST The Athletics D epartment at Indian River State College is kicking off the new season with a Basketball Extravaganza Tuesday, Oct.29 at 5:30 p.m. in the gymnasium on the IRSC M ain Campus at 3209 Virginia Avenue in Fo rt Pierce. The event will showcase the Colleges basketball programs. Prior to the start of the season, this will be a night of fun, but more importantly, a night to help those in need. Admission to the event is the donation of at least two canned food items or a minimum cash donation of $1. This will be an event filled with music, scrimmages, three-point shooting contests, dunk contests and guest bench coaches from IRSC faculty and administration. This event is a great opportunity for the community to get a sneak preview of what the IRSC mens and womens basketball teams have to offer. C oach Joe Sanchez, along with Assistant Coach Jarrett Stephens, will make a bid to return to the state tournament. The event will also feature the IRSC W omens Basketball team and Head C oach Diana Couch. Ms. Couch and Assistant Coach Vanessa Santiago are looking to make their mark in the Southern Conference and return to post-season play in the upcoming season. All canned food collected will be donated to the Pioneer Pantry on campus to stock the shelves for IRSC students in need.College opens basketball season with food drive HOBE SOUND Carol A. S mith donated $7,500 to H obe Sound Animal Protection League for the upcoming P aws for a Cause festival. The sponsorship will help defray costs associated with the event. The Paws for a Cause festiv al is the annual signature fundraiser held by HSAPL to r aise funds that go towards operating costs at the sanctuary in Palm City. The familyoriented event will take place from noon-4 p.m. on Nov. 2. A ctivities will include a petting zoo, a bounce house, a dog agility demonstration, an equine dressage demonstration, an included lunch, live music, a silent auction, tours of the sanctuary, and more. H obe Sound Animal Protection League is a 501 (3) (c) nonprofit no-kill feline rescue and adoption organization. Established in 2001, the league has grown to house more than 150 cats at the sanctuary, with up to 40 cats in foster care. In addition to offering cats for adoption, HSAPL also offers a low-cost spay/neuter program to the public. S ponsorships for Paws for a C ause are available, starting at $250. Tickets to the VIP Lounge, general admission, and advertising opportunities are offered in accordance with each sponsorship level. To learn more about the event,to purchase tickets,or for more information about P aws for a Cause,visit www.hsapl.org or call the sanctuary at (772) 463-7386. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County A3 077289 CEDAR POINTE PLAZA,2461 SE OCEAN BLVD. STUART 772-221-0222www.shadesandlamps.comLAMPSHADESLARGEST SELECTION IN FLORIDA LIMITED EDITION LAMPS EXCLUSIVE TO THE LAMP CONNECTION EXPERT LAMP REPAIR AND RESTORATIONCome Visit Our New Expanded Showroom! POOL CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION & REPAIRS! Ask us how saltwater keeps you healthy! 772-287-0768 www.schillerpools.net 3590 SE Dixie Hwy., Stuart Hblamos Espaol Lic. # CPC057114 $250 OFFANY RENOVATION FREE SALT SYSTEM WITH ANY NEW POOL$200 OFFHeater In st allation 075993 048332 Tr y Us For FREE! 1 Month of Pest Control* We feel our service speaks for itself!If you like us,stay with us for quarterly pest control.No I nitial Fees! No Contracts! No Gimmicks! 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IRSC nursing students, empowered by a strong desire to share the latest information about health and wellness, are bringing this free health fair to the Koblegard S tudent Union Thursday, Oct. 31, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The health fair is for anyone interested in learning about ways to improve their health and wellness and is free to everyone. There will be information for every age group and free giveaways. Attendees will learn about important health topics including: Diabetes M ellitus (with free blood glucose testing), Hypertension (with free blood pressure screenings) and nutrition. I nformation about skin cancer detection, HIV/AIDS, ov arian cancer, alcohol and drug dependence, breast cancer, dental health, Alzheimers disease, the benefits of exercise, smoking cessation and more will be available at the health fair. There will be free giveaways and information about health issues for every age group. 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JENSEN BEACH A new Aspen Dental office has opened in Jensen Beach,. the practice will provide dental services that range from dentures and preventive care to general dentistry and restoration. Dr Andrew De La Rosa, lead dentist at the Jensen B each office, received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at Tufts University. Originally from Boca Raton, Dr De La Rosa looks forward to meeting the Jensen B each community and providing much needed access to high-quality dental care and education. The Jensen Beach practice marks the 35th Aspen Dental-branded location in F lorida, a state where 55 out of 67 of the counties have dental health professional shortage areas as designated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In addition to offering patients the choice of seven styles of Aspen Dentals exclusive ComfiDents brand full and partial dentures, Aspen Dental will provide comprehensive exams, hygiene services, treatment of periodontal (gum) disease, extractions, fillings, oral surgery, whitening, and crown and bridge work. The office features digital radiography and offers advanced screening for oral cancer. At this new Aspen Dentalbranded practice, dentists and staff provide: Personalized treatment. Q uick-fix solutions dont solve larger or chronic oral health problems. Thats why dentists at Aspen Dental take a comprehensive approach to dental care. F ollowing the initial exam and X-rays, each patient r eceives a customized treatment plan designed by the dentist with long-term oral and overall health in mind. Affordable care and flexible payment options. Cost shouldnt prevent patients from getting the dental care they deserve. Thats why Aspen Dental offers special promotions, senior discounts, and free newpatient exams and X-rays for patients without dental insurance. The practice Dental office opens new locationP olice Academy and ensures that anyone who has ever had an interest in knowing more about local law enforcement will thoroughly enjoy themselves. Class size is limited to 20 people, so Mr. Bossio recommends registering soon by calling his office at (772) 288-5339 or emailing him at bbossio@ci.stuart.fl.us Classes take place at the Stuart Police Department's EOC room at 830 SE Martin L uther King Jr. Blvd. F riday, October 25, 2013 A4 Martin County Hometown News 1-800-823-0466077452 Celebrate the Occasion! LLC Custom Made Gift BasketsF eaturing unique, rare, and distinctive gourmet specialty foods; for holidays, special themes, corporate events, thank yous, birthdays, anniversaries, and more...Connie Gentry772.341.8031gentryconnie66@gmail.com077649Our Basket Features:F ine Handcrafted Local Chocolate Locally Raised Culinary Coffee, Homebaked Specialties Oils / Vinegar / Spices T eas / Snacks / Cookies 077285 Investment advice is offered by Horter Investment Management, LLC, a Registered Investment Adviser, Insurance and annuity products are sold separately through snyder Financial, Inc.Securities transactions f or Horter Investment Management clients are placed through Pershing Advisor solutions, Trust company of america, Jefferson National monument Advisor, Fidelity, Security Benefit Life and FC Stone.www.SnyderFinancialinc.com 075529 Uniqu eAuto Salon Wax Shampooing of Carpets / Mats Wheels Tire Shine Cleaning / Conditioning All Vi nyl / Plastic / Leather5 QT Amalie Oil New Filter$87($164.99 Value)$19.95Out the Door($25.99 Value)Located South Stuart Across From Toyota Dealership5200 SE Federal Highway Stuart, FL 34997 772-283-3997 Free Pick Up & Drop Off in Local AreaFree Estimates on all Detail & Mechanical Services $44Includes Injectors, Throttle Body and Mass Air Flow$79Exp.12-31-13($109.99 Value)Complete Detailing Services Full Service Mechanical CenterExp.12-31-13 Exp.12-31-13 Exp.12-31-13 Interior / Exterior DetailingW ash &Wax ComboOil Change & Tire RotationFuel Injection Cleaning($64.99 Value) Hand Wash Vacuum Interior Windows Inside &Out Rims Cleaned Tires Shined HandWaxed 778632AcademyF rom page A1Practice to offer full-service dental care,personalized treatment plans F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com The new Aspen Dental Office in Jensen Beach is open for business.Photo courtesy of Aspen DentalSee DENTAL, A5 Save Money, Eat OUT! Save Money, Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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works with all insurance providers and handles the paperwork, saving patients time and hassle. Convenient hours and location. The office will be open extended hours, including evenings and select Saturdays, so that patients can see the dentist at a time that works best for their schedule. Walk-in and emergency patients are w elcome. Variety of options for denture patients. ComfiD ents full and partial dentures come in seven styles; giving patients more options than are available at traditional dental practices. Regardless of the denture selected, each is custom-crafted, and the dentist works with every patient to ensure proper fit and comfort. As an added convenience, Aspen Dental has its own on-site denture laboratory, which helps facilitate quick turnaround for denture repairs, relines or adjustments. Free denture consultations are available for all denture patients. The office is located at 2648 N.W. Federal Highway, Jensen Beach. To make an appointment, patients can call (772) 3243414 or 800-ASPEN DENT AL (800-277-3633),or visit www.aspendental.com. literacy from a young age, said Melanie Daniels, the childrens assistant at the H oke Library and the woman in charge of this y ears program. S tory times for young children have always been a hit, too, but Ms. Daniels knows that a book that belongs to them makes a child want to take ownership of their learning. Its essential to develop strong r eading habits early so children dont fall behind in school, she explained. B esides, Ms. Daniels believes every child should have favorite books that they can open and enjoy time and time again. S he cherishes the memor ies she has of favorite childhood books. She still has a few on a shelf, r eminding her of the joys of r eading at a young age and wants to share her love of books with the next generation. I love spreading literacy in the community, Ms. D aniels said. R esidents can stop by the libraries throughout the month of November to pick up a gingerbread man. The books must be returned by De c. 1 so they can be wrapped and distributed to children who will be all smiles as they unwrap their very own book. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County A5 077599 Arrests listed were made Oct. 11-18.Stuart Police Department James Douglas Deluca, 48, of 19185 Homewood Drive, Tequesta, was charged with felony violation of probation. Peter Miguel Whiteman, 21, of 1100 S.E.St.Lawrence Way, Stuart, was charged with possession of controlled substance and with driving while license suspended/revoked with knowledge. Heather Helena HoldenMaseroni, 35, of 2092 S.E.Hanf ord Street, Port St.Lucie, was charged with failure to redeliver hired vehicle. Robert Lee Hansen, 28, of 5984 S.E.Crooked Oak Ave., Stuart, was charged with possession of controlled substance, with flee/attempt to elude a police officer, with two counts of resisting arrest without violence, and with driving under the influence.Jupiter Island Police Department Daniel Craig Giesey, 22, of 2846 S.E.Eagle Drive, Port St. Lucie, was charged with burglary and with grand theft.Martin County Sheriff's Office Rodrick Darell Battle, 38, of 5764 S.E.47th Ave., Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Brent George Fournier, no age or address listed, was charged with child abuse without great harm. Tristan Lewis, 42, of 2402 N.E. Pine Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with aggravated assault or battery on person 65 years of age or older. Sarah Stephanie Magennis, 30, of 4630 S.E.Salvatori Road, Stuart, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault. Dean David Maier, 54, of 2265 N.E.Arch Street, Jensen Beach, w as charged with possession of controlled substance and with failure to appear misdemeanor. Kristine Prengle McLaughlin, 57, of 2750 S.E.Ocean Blvd., Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Andrew Carl Melchert, 31, of 619 Ash Street, Port St.Lucie, was charged with driving while license suspended habitual offender. Derrick Edmond Miller, 37, of 847 S.W.28th Street, Palm City, w as charged with grand theft of property valued $300 to $5,000. Matthew John Myers, 23, of 11090 S.E.Federal Highway #112, Hobe Sound, was charged with aggravated battery and with domestic violence. Charles Otto Peterson III, 23, of 12491 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers, was charged with two counts of felony violation of probation. Kimberly Catherine Chapel, 46, of 13240 N.W.32nd Ave.Apt 1, Opalocka, was charged with f elony violation of probation. Shawn Abrin Deloach, 31, of 210 Seventh Street Apt 3, West P alm Beach, was charged with driving while license suspended habitual offender. James Edward Ford, 40, of 5557 S.E.45th Street, Stuart, was charged with burglary of convey ance and with grand theft of property $300 to $5,000. Larry Martin Huber, 28, of 2983 S.W.Horseshoe Trail, Palm City, was charged with dealing in stolen property and with uttering f alse instrument. Janine Lino, 29, of 5178 S.W. Orchid Bay Drive, Palm City, was charged with felony violation of probation. April Denise Reeve, 31, of 4181 S.E.Lincoln Street, Stuart, w as charged with grand theft property valued at $300 to $5,000. Matthew Scott Atchley, 49, of 1691 S.E.11th Street, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation and with misdemeanor violation of probation. Kimberly Catherine Chapel, 46, of 13240 N.W.32nd Ave.Apt 1, Opalocka, was charged with f elony violation of probation. Jessica Marie Galileo, 30, of 3762 S.W.Sunset Trace Circle, P alm City, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of place of worship or convenience business, and with possession/use of drug paraphernalia. Cathy Jo Gillen, 41, of 2301 N.E.21st Ave., Jensen Beach, w as charged with felony violation of probation. Michael Martin Gray, 64, of 3830 N.E.Indian River Drive #58, Jensen Beach, was charged with acquire/obtain controlled substance by misrepresentation, fraud, forgery, deception or subterfuge. Chad Sharod Harris, 27, of 7717 S.E.Kinsway Street, Hobe Sound, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance, with fleeing/attempt to elude a police officer, and with battery. Nicole Elizabeth Kinser, 29, of 2584 S.W.Marquis Terrace, Stuart, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance without valid prescription, with introduction of contraband into detention facility, and with failure to appear. Beverly Joy Moore, 51, of 7637 S .E.Fork Drive, Stuart, was charged with possession of controlled substance without valid prescription and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Brandon Jafari Oliver, 33, of 16988 S.W.170th Ave., Indiantown, was charged with grand theft, and with uttering false bank bill, note, check or draft. Maxwell Dylan Tatum, 21, of 3400 S.W.Dunklin Ave., Okeechobee, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 f eet of place of worship or convenience business. Morgan Chance Traficant, 19, of 4060 N.E.Sugarhill Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of place of worship or convenience business and with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.. Michael Dean Harris, 31, of 2593 S.E.Indian Street, Stuart, w as charged with three counts of dealing in stolen property, with two counts of grand theft, and with three counts of providing false o wnership of pawned items. Anthony John Martin, 24, homeless, was charged with f elony battery domestic battery by strangulation, with burglary of conveyance, and with unarmed robbery. Vincent Paul Rizzotto, 20, of 4014 S.E.Dixie Ross Street, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Jacob A.Spears, 29, of 1150 S. W. Allapattah Road B1112, Indiantown, was charged with m urder while engaged in certain f elony offense. Ian James Watters, 37, of 1629 S. W.W aterfall Blvd., Palm City, w as charged with grand theft of motor vehicle. Jeffrey Robert Young, 35, of 2651 Twin Oaks Trail, Fort Pierce, w as charged with felony violation of probation. Lesly Blot, 24, of 1702 S.E. Cascella Court, Port St.Lucie, was charged with possession of marijuana more than 20 grams. David Christopher Dozier, 31, of 914 S.E.Belfast Ave., Port St. Lucie, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Humberto Fabian, 18, of 1408 Hampton Road, West Palm Beach, was charged with possession of controlled substance. Garland Johnson, 47, of 17380 S. Place, Jupiter, was charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver. Terrance Lilnod Moses, 34, of 2185 S.W.Aledo, Port St.Lucie, w as charged with flee/attempt to elude a police officer, and with driving while license suspended Daniel Paul Novak, 31, of 208 S .E.St.Lucie Blvd.#205, Stuart, w as charged with possession of controlled substance without valid prescription. Antonio Jasso Pagan, 27, of 1965 S.W.Idaho Lane, Port St. Lucie, was charged with possession of marijuana more than 20 grams. Donald Alan Ponsch, 52, of 639 S.E.Meadowwood Way, Stuart, was charged with possession of controlled substance. Christopher Joseph Prianti, 24, of 246 Clayton Ave., Stuart, was charged with grand theft. Bill Thompson, 22, of 1472 N.E.62nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, w as charged with grand theft property valued $20,000 $100,000 and with criminal mischief damage $1,000 or more. Steven Paul Yatsko, 58, of 1995 N.W.Fork Road, Stuart, was charged with possession of photograph of sexual performance by child.Department of Corrections Dantarsia Ginquilla Milton, 22, of 5200 N.W.26th Ave., Miami, w as charged with possession of contraband by state correctional inmate.Courthouse Catelyn Fagan, no age or address listed, was charged with abuse, aggravated abuse and neglect of child. Angelica Rena Washington, 41, of 427 N.11th Street Apt 1, Fo rt Pierce, was charged with grand theft.Florida Highway Patrol Cliche Shanee Niback, 29, of 904 W.32nd Street B, Fort Pierce, w as charged with possession of controlled substance, and with possession/use of drug paraphernalia. Larry John Ciaccio, 52, of 926 S. W. Curtis Street, Port St.Lucie, w as charged with driving while license suspended habitual offender.Police reportIf you have information about a crime, c all Treasure Coast Crimestoppers at (800) 273-TIPS. Editors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. BooksF rom page A1 DentalF rom page A4

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Let's talk about power. N ot the kind of power that we usually think of when we think of computers and power. I don't mean processor power measured in gigahertz or anything like that. Let's talk about the power that your computer needs to run. Good, oldfashioned AC power. The raw power we get out of the wall can fluctuate, sometimes wildly, due to any number of environmental issues from thousands of users suddenly kicking on their air conditioning all at the same time to solar flares causing glitches. In order to "clean up" power, it's recommended to plug a surge suppressor into y our wall outlet and then plug your computer equipment into that. But what does that do? How does that help ensure that your machine is getting that squeaky clean power that it needs? W ell, surge suppressors are devices that are designed to clean out the normal fluctuations in power that is common on all power grids by keeping the voltage at a constant cycle. The surge suppressor will clip off any spikes in the voltage that could cause damage to sensitive hardware in your computer, but there are some things that your average surge suppressor can't do anything about. If the voltage drops due to a brown out, your surge suppressor can't really do anything about that (it's an "under-voltage" situation, not an "over-voltage" or "surge") and if you take a direct hit from a lightning strike, forget about it; all bets are off. A lightning strike has so much power behind it that it usually flows right through y our average surge suppressor, toasting everything in its path, including the surge suppressor itself! M any people are really surprised to learn after suffering from a lightning strike that their surge suppressor did nothing to protect their equipment. The mistake here is that people think of lightning as just another surge in power, and the surge suppressor is there to handle surges. For a direct lightning strike, there is not much available to protect equipment except unplugging all your equipment during a storm. And with the frequency of storms that we get around here, that's not always practical. OK, so that covers lightning, but what about a "brown out?" A brown out is a phenomenon that is just the opposite of the surge. When everyone suddenly kicks on their AC and all the lights go dim for a few seconds or even minutes, that lower voltage can often cause machines to act squirrelly. But since it's a low voltage situation instead of a surge in voltage, most of y our basic surge suppressors are unable to supply the extra power to keep it at the proper levels for your computer. And then there are the outright power outages. For these kinds of power conditions, the best thing you can add to your system is an "Uninterruptible Power S upply" (also known as a "UPS" or "Battery Backup.") M ost battery backup systems come equipped with surge suppressor circuitry so y ou get the best of both worlds; you get the benefit of clipping over voltage spikes from your system, and you get a constant flow of balanced electricity regardless of whether the power coming from the wall drops due to a brown out or cuts out altogether. The thing to keep in mind about UPS systems is that they are not designed to allow y ou to keep working through a power outage; they are there to allow you just enough time to save your work and do a controlled and proper shutdown of your system r ather than having the system just drop out on you. The least desirable way to set up your computer equipment is to just plug everything right into the wall. The next best thing is to plug y our equipment into a surge suppressor of some type; that way you at least have a way to clean any normal spikes from y our power. The best solution is to get a UPS and plug your monitor and tower alone into it. That protects you from spikes and brownouts and full-blown power outages. Contact Sean McCarthy at (888) 752-9049 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).A6 Martin County 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 069465WIN$200 WIN$200This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, OCT. 25, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Homecoming royalty2 013 Jensen Beach High School Homecoming Queen Jenny Kilbride and King Will Corell.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Prosecute real criminalsI have been witnessing many friends and family members who have gotten DUIs. Granted, they are breaking the law, however, most of these people have not injured anyone, not gotten into an accident nor damaged any property. Most have not even gotten a legitimate traffic violation. I have seen police cars watching cars leave a bars parking lot and following them a block or two, then stopping them, falsely accusing them of a violation; i.e., signal light not seen, not a complete stop at a stop sign, erratic driving; (most of which were bogus) just to get them to take a breathalyzer test. Ev eryone knows that one drink could put you over the limit. Most people can consume more than that and not be any less coherent than someone not drinking at all. What about people on cell phones or listening to too loud music or anything else distracting their driving? My complaint is this: those who truly should be arrested is one thing; those who do not suffer undue punishment. Their drivers licenses are taken away; leaving them with no transportation to get to work or shop for groceries. M ost of them lose their jobs and have no income; therefore living expenses are eliminated. Mo re ov er, they are expected to find someone 24/7 able to drive them to AA meetings, parole office meetings, psychology counseling, community service, court appearances, etc., which, by the way, have to be paid for by the cr iminal several times a week, for several months. These fees range from $25 to $100 per visit. If they miss one due to lack of money or a ride, they are penalized with higher fees and more visits. Also, some are sent to facilities for a month as inpatients, denying their family any contact or income. Plus, when y ou complete all that the law has required, the DMV has additional requirements, furthering your fees, etc. I know people who have gone over two years and through thousands and have no job, income or transportation, so they will never be done. I even know someone who was followed from a bar to their home, accused of a DUI violation as they stepped out of their car in their driveway; spent the night in jail and in court was determined not to have been over the limit. Their violation was reduced to reckless driving (huh?) and still had to pay fees and go to meetings because the DMV finds you guilty, regardless. Who put them in charge? Mo re ov er, this money-making process for the county is not helping the economy. Yes, it is providing jobs for clerks and counselors, but adding to the unemployment of many. W ith legitimate layoffs, homes foreclosing and families falling apart, its no wonder people drink! Why dont we just close all the bars, ban the sale of alcohol (further putting people and businesses out of work) and use the collected monies to supply the unemployed with living expenses? Oh wait, that wont work. No one will be able to afford a car to drive while drinking bootleg liquor, in order to get a DUI and pay until they die. Hmmm, there go all those government jobs. Lets get real: Go out and prosecute real criminals who, most of the time, get off by being innocent until proven guilty. Not so for those who dared to have one drink, caused no harm and were punished for eternity, financially and morally, with a record that most potential employers frown on. If you, reader, are an attorney or politician, please figure out a way to differentiate the true criminals and appropriate punishment, and let this depressing economy get back on its feet. Most first-time violators will think twice before drinking anywhere but home.F or veteransOn Nov. 11, Veterans Day, Americans have the opportunity to show how proud we are of the boys who have served and are serving in our military. To volunteer to be in dangerous places such as Iraq and Afghanistan, far away from friends and family, is a very special indication that this country has many young people who are committed, patriotic and selfless. They have truly earned our gratitude and respect.F rom the mouth of Franklin When drafting the U.S. Constitution, Benjamin Franklin gave the delegates some sage advice when he said, "I have lived, sir, a long time; the more convincing proofs I see of this truth, that God governs in the affairs of men. And if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without His aid?"Stop importing criminalsWe have far too many homebred criminals. We do not 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. Power and how to save your computer COMP UTE T HISSE AN MCCARTHY Re: Support the Common Core StandardsI am befuddled, by the need to promote yet another overarching Federal Pr ogram. If you want standardized testing of public school children there are organizations like the Educational T esting Service, who have been testing students for fifty or sixty years, with products like the Scholastic Aptitude T est (SAT), ACT, GRE, LSAT, GMAT and more I am sure. The folks producing the Stanford Achievement Test have a test for each grade, 1-12, available at a r etail price of $70. Used on a state or national basis the cost could come down significantly. By my rough calculation, the entire public school population of 44 million could be tested using the retail price for around $3 billion, while the Federal Government needs approximately $16 billion, according to the Heritage Foundation, to implement Common Core. If standardized education is the optimum teaching paradigm for our children, then I am puzzled over the decline in the quality of our students education as the Federal Government involves themselves in an ever more pervasive manner. I reference our students world rankings in math, which according to Programme for International Student Assessment, slipped from 18th in 2002 to 31st place by 2009. S adly, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, our overall ranking of high school freshmen in 2013 dropped us just below the Czech Republic, at 21st place, barely beating China. I may not have learned much in grad school about education, but I did learn, if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. S am H.DaMit Po rt S t. LucieLetter to the editor Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. 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Earl Stewart is the owner and general manager of Earl Stewart Toyota in Nor th Palm Beach.The dealership is located at 1215 N.Federal Highway in Lake Park.Contact him at www.earlstewarttoyota.com call (561) 3581474,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.One of the most popular weapons in car dealers arsenals is the infamous lease flip. This is car dealer jargon for switching a customer who originally intended to buy a car to leasing the car. Of course the motivation to do this is more profit for the dealer and a bigger commission to the salesman. Thats not to say that leasing a car is always more costly than buying one, but it can be if youre not careful. And not being careful is exactly what happens when a purchase intender becomes a lessee. He re s how it happens. Y ou come into the dealership to buy a car. You may have seen the dealers advertisement in the newspaper or TV for a particular model. More than likely you are prepared to make a down payment and/or trade in y our old vehicle. You have a monthly payment in mind because almost everybody has a budget and we usually translate most purchases into whether or not we can fit them into our monthly budgets. You negotiate the best price you can to buy the car, or maybe the sale price is good enough. Now the salesman or more often the Finance and Insurance manager/business manager tells you what your monthly payment will be. Lets say that you have a trade-in worth $15,000 and arent going to put any cash down. The F&I manager tells you your monthly payment will be $427 per month. But thats way more than you can afford and you tell him y ou cant buy the car because you cant afford that big a payment. He asks you how much you can afford and you tell him it must be under $350 per month. Now he has you set up perfectly for the lease flip. Mrs. Smith, I think I have just the right thing for you. What would you say if I told you that you can drive that new car home today for just $349 per month? With glee, y ou say we have a deal! G uess what? Youve just been flipped. If you had bought the car at the advertised price or negotiated a very good price, the dealer probably would have made about $1,000 profit and the salesman would have made about a $200 commission. Now that youve let yourself be flipped to lease, the dealer could be making $15,000 and the salesman could be making a $3,000 commission! Im not exaggerating. I get calls weekly from victims of lease flips. M any of the callers are elderly and many of them are widows who never bought a car before, but had relied on their husbands. Theres no law that limits the profit that a dealer can make when he sells or leases a car. Profits of $10,000, $15,000 and even $20,000 are made and usually on leases. The dealers can do this by using the trade-in as a capital cost reduction on the lease but allowing less for the trade than it is actually worth. In the example above, your trade-in may be worth $15,000 but you were allowed only $5,000 to r educe the capitalized costs of the lease. Also, the dealer could have raised the price of the car you negotiated or the sale price to MSRP or even 110 percent of MSRP which is allowable by the leasing companies. By manipulating the number of months of the lease and the down payment [capitalized cost r eduction], a dealer can give you as low a payment as you ask for and still make an exorbitant profit. M ost buyers are so focused on monthly payments that they dont carefully analyze what they are agreeing to and signing. The shorter the number of months of a lease, the greater impact the down payment has on the monthly payment. A $5,000 down payment r educes the monthly payment on a 36 month lease by $139 per month, $208 on a 24 month lease, and $417 on 12 month lease. I ncredibly many victims of the lease flip, never thought about the fact that after the 12, 24, or 36 month term of the lease, they own nothing. After 36 months, a car with a good r esale value should be worth about half of what y ou paid for it. Many people who have never leased before think they can bring their lease car back early if they want. Leasing is not renting and y ou can bring your car back early only if you make all of the remaining lease payments. If you had bought the car for $30,000 and financed it for 36 months, you would have about $15,000 in equity at the end of 36 months and no monthly payments. You we re building equity with every monthly payment in the purchase but you were building zero equity with y our 36 lease payments. As I said before, dont let this frighten you from ever leasing a car. Leasing can be a good choice and sometimes the best choice. You can find six articles Ive written for H ometown News and for my blog at www.EarlStewartOnCars.com Look at Lease a New Car before Y ou Buy It, Car Leasing B ooby Traps, Be Very Car eful When Leasing a Ca r, The Lease Acquisition Feethe Banks Gotcha, Buy or Lease Yo ur Car at the Right Time of Year, and Should I Buy or Lease My Next Car? Business www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County A7 ANTIQUE MALLtel.772-460-83733128 N. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, Fl 34946 NORTH OF DOWNTOWN FT. PIERCE04831420,000 sq.ft Hidden Treasuresof the Treasure Coastformerly known as The Red Rooster~ Huge Furniture Inventory ~ Lo ok for the R ed Tags! 10% 75% Off U nique Masks &A ccessories for HalloweenNOW OPEN S undays 10am -5pm Open 7 Days a Week 10am 5pm Airport RdIndrio RdHidden T reasures Ft.PierceCome Find the Best Bargains NOW For the Holidays!!! 778631 778647 778757BECOME A MEMBER OF THE HOBE SOUND CHAMBER TODAY! S ee why Membership has its privileges! J oin over 500 area businesses who know the value of membership in the H obe Sound Chamber of Commerce G et one free breakfast ($10 value) G et one free business card ad in The Pelican ($54 value) G et one free insert in The Pelican ($65 value) And so much more just for joining the Chamber.F or information call Jan Otten at the Chamber 772-546-4724 or email jotten@hobesound.org www.HobeSound.org Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers!778758 Don t be flipped to a lease at the dealer ON CA RSEA R L STE W AR T

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need to import more. However, some people apparently will do anything to make a buck. Consider the car wash operator who over a 10-year period imported dozens of illegal immigrants from M exico. When he was finally caught, a lenient judge gave him only a fine, home confinement and probation. S uch lenient treatment will do nothing to discourage others from trying to get r ich at the expense of those who will work for pennies.An opinion on terminal careIt has been my experience, and, in my opinion, a terminally-ill family member is better cared for in a hospital than by hospice providers. Ne ver let a loved one know you have given up hope, because that is what they feel when you put them in hospice. A miracle or r emission or a cure can happen at any time. Please, think twice.Say thanksDo you like the 40hour work-week and overtime pay? Do you like sick days? How about vacation time off? What about having a safe work environment so that you don't get maimed or killed simply performing y our job, or safe products to purchase? Thank a union.Mail carriers bewareI have noticed that some people who deliver mail are looking for someone to hit them. They drive a plain van and do not have any signs on the vehicle to warn other drivers that they are delivering the mail. They do not have their blinkers on to warn other drivers. I think this practice is very bad. I think the vehicle should have its warning blinkers on, and even a yellow light on the top to warn other drivers. There should be a sign indicating that the vehicle is being used by the U.S. P ostal Service, and makes frequent stops. P lease, if you can't print this send, it to our post office so maybe they can do something.Check illegal aliens for illnessThis is about all of the illegal aliens in school. When our grandparents came to this country, they were checked for diseases, such as tuberculosis. Illegals do bring diseases. They should be checked before they are allowed into the schools. Thats the only way to stop all of the diseases in our schools.Anchor babies are citizensIf a baby is born here, it is a citizen. It also has the right to bring in all of its relatives due to chain migration. Its a fact that some companies are running birthing tours; where women from other countries come to the U.S. in their eighth month just to have their baby. Now, we are r esponsible for them. It s not fair. Companies then hire these illegals and our government takes care of the rest. Its just not fair.If youre sick, stay at homeI went to a local club where the hostess greets everyone. O ur hostess was extremely ill, had been to the doctors that day and was at work with a fever. What makes her think that she can make other people sick? If youre contagious, stay home. F riday, October 25, 2013 A8 Martin CountyHometown News 077283 1410 SE OCEAN BLVD. 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S mythe a w ell-kno wn M ar tin C ounty philanthr opist. Mr S mythe r ecently donated $25,000 to the J ensen B each C ommunity P laygr ound C ommittee and celebr ated the contr ibution at the handtile fundr aiser at Q uench Y our P alette Ar t S tudio in J ensen B each wher e he along with par ents and their childr en, stamped handpr ints onto cer amic tiles that will be placed ar ound the per imeter of the futur e community playgr ound. W e ar e gr ateful to Mr S mythe for helping the J ensen B each P laygr ound C ommittee get closer to r eaching the $300,000 goal, said J ill Richar dson, P laygr ound gener al coor dinator C urr ently w e have r aised $60,000 thr ough donations and gr ants but w e still need mor e financial suppor t in or der to star t building in M ay 2014. The curr ent playgr ound at J ensen B each Elementar y contains pieces that ar e nearly 40-y ears-old and thr ough ever incr easing use continues to degr ade and is in desper ate need for r eplacement. The J ensen B each P laygr ound C ommittee and a cr ew of dedicated volunteers ar e wor king to r aise the necessar y funds that will r eplace the dilapidated playgr ound with a custom-built playgr ound. The new playgr ound is not just for J ensen B each Elementar y students but will be open to the public after school hours and on the w eekends Located within walking and biking distance for most families in the J ensen B each community the new playgr ound will pr o vide a much needed space for childr en to safely play J ensen B each childr en submitted sketches and wish lists to help design the playgr ound. Their ideas w er e br ought to life b y the Leathers & Associates design team, and the kids w er e so ex cited to view the pr eliminar y r ender ings The new playgr ound also pr o vides a safe envir onment for the community s most vulner able special needs childr en. The design featur es wheelchair accessible gr oundco ver ther apeutic swings activity panels accessible parallel bars and telephone systems Leathers & Associates ensur ed that the playgr ound complies with the Amer icans with D isabilities A ct r egulations The unique play space will pr o vide outlets that help corr ect developmental delays and play oppor tunities for childr en of all abilities J ensen B each Elementar y is the hub-school for M artin C ounty s A utism S pectr um D isorder U nit, and the ADA r egulated components will benefit these students Childr en of all abilities will be able to play shoulder to shoulder lear ning and gr o wing together Ther e ar e numer ous ways to help suppor t the J ensen B each P laygr ound C ommittee including gener al donations sponsorships adopting playgr ound components personaliz ed fence pickets br icks and handpr int tiles V olunteers ar e also needed. F or mor e information, visit www .JBP laygr ound.com or email info@jbplaygr ound.com.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com Photo courtesy of Samantha KayserDavid L. Smythe donated $25,000 to the Jensen Beach Community Playground Committee. He is pictured here stamping his handprint to a tile at the Quench Your P alette fundraiser that will be used to line the perimeter of the new playground. RantsF rom page A6 2x.5 Visit W ebsite

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Homecoming happinessZombies to invade downtownMartin County 077047 778625Happy Hour All Day,Every Day in our Bar and Patio Half Off DrinksHappy Hour All Day Every Day-Live Piano Music in the Bar T uesday thru Saturday $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 JENSEN BEACH Don your most tattered nightdress, forget about combing your hair, stock up on fake blood and start practicing your most convincing undead limp because its H alloween in Jensen Beach. It just so happens that Halloween falls on a Thursday this year which coincides with Jensen Beachs weekly Jammin Jensen event. But this time the festival will offer more than vendors and live music; the streets will also be lined with the walking undead. W ith the growing popularity of z ombies in movies, television, comic books and more, Ronald R ose, executive director of the J ensen Beach Chamber of Commerce, decided to invite residents to transform themselves into the haunting characters and invade J ensen. I t seems like a zombie theme is a good idea, Mr. Rose said. He s been noticing it at comic conventions, 5k runs, and in themed walks around the country, but he wanted to offer more than a z ombie walk; he wanted a zombie invasion. I m interested in doing things that are different, he said. Mr. Rose hopes zombie lovers will deck themselves out in their best z ombie get-up and perform their best zombie shuffle as they stroll the streets in the inaugural event, but its not just the impressed looks from passers-by that zombies will be competing for. Three winners from different age groups will also be selected to receive tickets to Jensens Pineapple Festival, a $100 value. I think people are going to have a blast, Mr. Rose said. If thats the case, he looks forward to making the zombie invasion an annual event. Theres no registration fee to participate. Just show up downtown in y our best zombie disguise from 6-9 p .m. on Oct.31 and invade Jensen B each for an evening of spooky fun. MARTIN COUNTY The Council on Aging of Mar tin Countys popular K ane Cabaret will return for its third season on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. at the K ane Center in Stuart. The series, which is held one Sunday afternoon each month from November 2013 through March 2014, features acclaimed cabaret and stage performers from throughout south Florida. All proceeds benefit the nonprofit Council on Aging. This years Cabaret Ser ies has been expanded to five shows, beginning with Thou Swell A R odgers and Hart Revue starring John Lariviere and J eanne Lynn Gray on Nov. 10. This entertaining revue TH ROUGH SATURDAY, NOV. 2 Journey Stories Scavenger Hunt: Elisabeth Lahti Library, 15200 S.W. Adams A ve., Indiantown. Meant for elementary and middle school students. The hunt is available during library hours. F or more information, call (772) 2211403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us.FRIDAY, OCT. 25 Take Home a Nude art party: 5:30-7:30 p.m., art studio at the Elliott Museum in Stuart. Participating artists have donated sketches, drawings and paintings of nudes specifically for this event. Artists drawing from a live model will be on hand to demonstrate how the work is created. Admission is $10 at the front desk on the evening. Benefits the year-round educational arts programming at the museum. F or more information, call (772) 225-1961. Owls Howl Halloween Ghoula: 8 p.m. to 1 p.m., Flagler Center, 201 S.W. Flagler A ve., Stuart. Costumes encouraged or classy-casual attire. Eat, drink and be scary. Annual benefit for the Tr easure Coast Wildlife Center in Palm City. F or more information or tickets, call (772) 286-6200 or visit www.tcwild.org. Trick-or-Treat: 3-5 p.m., Childrens Museum of the T reasure Coast, 1707 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Children are welcome to dress in costumes and trickor-treat around the museum for family fun. Regular museum admission applies. F or more information, call the museum at (772) 225-7575 or visit www.childrensmuseumtc.org. T hird annual Run to Row: 7 p.m. at the Community Boathouse, 771 S.W. 28th Street, Palm City. The Treasure Coast Rowing Club Juniors invites the community to participate as runners or sponsors for the event, a fundraiser for the high school program of the Rowing Club. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of an eight boat and oars. Sponsorship opportuniSee OUT, B2ARIES March 21/April 20Don't race ahead to get the early advantage this week, Aries. Practice patience in all that you do this week, and you may find greater success.TA URUS April 21/May 21T aurus, there is a high level of uncertainty in your life right now, so it is best to take a conservative approach regarding your finances. Take big decisions seriously.GEMINI May 22/June 21K eep your options open, as things look promising this week, Gemini. Many things will catch your eye, but you will have to make some tough decisions.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, your career takes an unexpected turn that leads you in an exciting new direction. But these changes may take a few weeks or even months to fully develop.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, you may have your sights set on an exotic vacation, but you just don't have the money to make it happen right now. Save for your dream getaway or take a quick jaunt to recharge.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, you may prefer clearly defined relationships, but this week someone comes into your life who you just can't read. This person makes a lasting impression.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, although your vision for the future is grand, you may not know how to execute your rise to success right now. Find a mentor who can show you the ropes.SCORPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Scorpio, you may not have the time to be a shoulder to cry on this week, but a trusted confidante will need your assistance. Take the time out W eek of 10-25-2013See SCOPES, B6 Mar tin CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 2013By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown NewsFORT PIERCE Comedy Corner is back on Sa turday, Oct. 26 at 8:30 p .m. with a great comedy show, costume contest a free late night Halloween showing of Rocky Horror Picture Show and more. The show will feature two headliners Carl Rimi and Lisa Corrao, brought to you by the owners of the Improv and hosted by C asey N Spaz Comedy, tickets are $15. Mr. Rimi seen on ABC and winner of the Las V egas Comedy Festival; takes a nice, warm bath in sarcasm. His ability to deliver intellectual humor and physical comedy in a fast-paced style helps turn the mundane into the insane. His gift of improvisation and his ability to read an audience are his greatest strengths and have made 2 013 Jensen Beach High School Homecoming court c andidates Tatum Chafin, Dennis Fiore, Jenny Kilbride, Will Corell, Olivia V anderWerff, Connor Manno, Hope Cotten and Christopher Justice ride by in the parade on Thursday, Oct. 18. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Comedy show returns with classicF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee COMEDY, B3Cabaret series returns Nov. 10F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee CABARET, B5 Out &about

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ties are available from $100 to $1000. New this year, the run will be held in the evening featuring a post-race party with food trucks and live music. The entrance fee is $25 per runner until Oct. 21, and $30 per runner from Oct. 22 through Oct. 25. Runners can sign up online at www.active.com or download a registration form from www.treasurecoastrowingclub.com. Timing and results for the race will be done by MCM Timing. Runners of all age g roups and skill levels are welcome to participate. For more information about the run, email runtorow5K@gmail.com or for club information visit www.treasurecoastrowing.com .FRIDAY & SAT URDAY, OCT. 25-26 VIVA Florida 500 Art Show: Ends Oct. 26. The Elliott Museum celebrates VIVA Florida 500 with the 'You Be the Judge' art show. This is one art show featuring 224 pieces from 129 artists, in two locations. Vote for the People's Choice award. The show is located at the Elliott Museum, 825 N.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart (regular museum admission of $12 for non-members; hours are Monday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and at the Court House Cultural Center, 80 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart (suggested donation of $5; hours are Tuesday through F riday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) For more information, visit www.elliottmuseum.org and www.martinarts.org. Zombie Paintball: F riday and Saturday nights, through Nov. 2, at D&D Farms, 5059 S.W. Citrus Blvd., Palm City. Sessions start at 7 p.m.; last session each night starts at 1 0:50 p.m. The zombies and mutant vegetables are after us and you help by shooting with anti-zombie paintballs. $15 per person in advance online; $20 at the gate. Groups of 14 or more discounted. Visit http://www.danddfamilyfarms.com/buyzombie.php. Indiantown Rodeo: T imer P owers Park on Citrus Boulevard, Indiantown. Bull F riday, October 25, 2013 B2 Martin County Hometown News 077521 Ronnies Supreme Pizza &Subs 1-16Large Pizza &10 WingsWith 2 Ltr Soda$16992-9Cheese Steak SubsWith Fries$10992-16PizzasCoupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 10/31/13 Coupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 10/31/13 Coupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 10/31/13 Coupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 10/31/132 Toppings only. 1 Dozen Garlic Knots with 2 Ltr. Soda$1999 $2999Party Pleaser2-18Pizzas(2 toppings combined)10 Wings 1 Doz Knots 2 Ltr Soda Mon &Tues 1-16 Pizza $5.00 Pick-up Only 2 or More Pizzas Delivery077520PLEASE MENTION COUPONS UPON ORDERING Serving Jensen Beach & surrounding areas. For the past 24 Years!772-334-95272021 Savannah Rd, Jensen Beach(next to Cumberland Farms) $300OFFAny Specialty Pizza16Cheese Pizzawith 6 Ga rlic KnotsF amily Special 18Pizza$1499Exp.11/19/13 Pick-up or Dine-in! Plus Tax Plus Tax50% OFFB uy 1 EntreGet the 2nd 1/2 OFFof equal or lesser value.6546 South Kanner Highway,Stuart Kanner Crossing Plaza (Next to Publix)772.286.2121 We Deliver! By PublixWEOFFERCATERINGFORALLOCCASIONS CLOSEDSUNDAYS048334 Must Present Coupon.Exp.11/19/13Bring In Coupon Not Valid with any other specials.Exp.11/19/13Bring In Coupon.Exp.11/19/13 Dine-In Only$10001 Topping with 12 Garlic Knots 2-Liter Soda 778620 Expires 10/30/13. 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. 077708 778642 Fall Fest will feature local country, pop artist P ALM CITY The Palm City Fall Fest, presented by the Palm City Chamber of C ommerce, will be at the Lance Corporal Justin Wilson M emorial Park on Saturday, O ct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The festival will feature C assidy Diana Wetherell who is an up-and-coming singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Ms. Wetherell recently travelled to Nashville to record three song demos with Trace A dkinss band and performed live at The Bluebird Caf, at The Commodore Grill and on The Billy Block Show. O pening for musical greats like Darryl Worley, Michael Allman, David Ray, and many more, Ms. Wetherell performs both country and pop music. Locally, she is a member of Ma rt in County High Schools OPUS and sings at numerous veteran support events y early. To be a vendor at this y ears Fall Fest, applications are now available. Booth spaces are $75 for members and $100 for non-members. F or more information about Fall Fest,visit www.palmcitychamber.com or call 772-286-8121. F or more information about Ms.Wetherell,visit www.cassidydiana.com.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com OutF rom page B1 See OUT, B3

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riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, team roping, bareback riding, saddlebronc riding, barrel racing, more. Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and Women's Pro Rodeo Association sanctioned events. Gates open at 4 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m. Live music at 5 p.m. Advance tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children; tickets at gate are $15 adults, $8 for children. Tickets available at Seacoast National Bank branches. F or more information, call (772) 5972184 or visit www.indiantownchamber.com.SAT URDAY, OCT. 26 Creepy Creature Feature: Snakes: Hobe Sound Nature Center, 13640 U.S. 1, Hobe Sound. Two presentations are scheduled one at 6:30 p.m., another at 7:30 p.m. There will be a special snake presentation by Chris Hartmann from the University of Florida, as well as crafts, live wildlife displays, games, refreshments. Reservations are required, $3 per person. Space is limited. F or more information, call (772) 546-2067 or make a reservation online at hobesoundnaturecenter.com. 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show:' 9 p.m., the Barn T heatre, 2400 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. The classic show, complete with shadowcast and audience participation. T ickets are $10 and may be purchased at the box office. No outside props allowed; a complete prop bag will be available at the door for $7. For more information, call Maureen Gawel at (772) 286743 1. Presentation of Historic Plaque: 11 a.m., New Monrovia One-Room Schoolhouse, 4455 S.E. Murray Street in New Monrovia Park. Plaque will commemorate the historic one-room school, once known as the Salerno Colored School, built in 1930; the dedication will feature Commissioner Sarah Heard and former students. Free. For more information, call (772) 221-1329. Palm City Fall Fest: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Event for all ages, featuring music, arts and crafts booths, vendors, classic car show with hot rods, motorcycles and trucks. There will be a children's area featuring the annual pumpkin decorating contest, sack races, bounce houses, arts and crafts and more. Held at Lance Corporal Justin J. Wilson Memorial Park, 2050 S.W. Mapp Road, Palm City. Free admission. Y Spooktacular celebration: 4-7:30 p.m., Y Sportsworld, 2700 S.E. Willoughby Blvd., Stuart. Games, candy, a rock wall, trampolines, obstacle courses, spooky room, contests and more. Ti cket required, plus a bag of individually wrapped candy with no nuts or peanut butter. Advance tickets are $6 for members; $8 for non-members. Tickets on the date are $10. F or more information, call (772) 223-1606. Black Bird Festival: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Pinder's Nursery, 5500 S.W. Martin Highway, Palm City. All ages event. Seed planting and takeaway pot, bean bag toss for children, employee scarecrow contest voting, more. Free admission. Donations of unexpired canned or dry food will be collected, to help families in our area have a joyful holiday season. Call (772) 286-0284 or preregister at pindersnursery.com. Met Live: 'The Nose' (Shostakovich): 1 2:55 p.m., Regal Treasure Coast Mall Stadium 16, Jensen Beach. P aulo Szot reprises his acclaimed performance of a bureaucrat, whose satirical misadventures in search of his missing nose are based on Gogols comic story. Approx. 2 hours, 15 minutes. Not rated. T ickets are $25 for adults, $23 for seniors, $19 for child. For tickets, visit fandango.com Nestor Torres at the Lyric T heatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets are $40. F or more information, call (772) 286-7827. Save Our River 5K run and 1K walk: 8 a.m. race start time. New event, a benefit for Florida Oceanographic Society and their research on the coastal ecosystem. Registration is $30 for registration through race day. Registration includes an event shirt and food and refreshments after the race. For more information on the race, or to register, visit www.saveourriver5K.com. Hobgoblins on Main Street: All-day family festival along Osceola Street in downtown Stuart. Includes a classic car show and trunk-ortreat style trick-or-treating with downtown Stuart merchants. F amily and childrens costume contests and parade, plus live music, childrens crafts, and vendors. F or more information, call Stuart Main Street at (772) 286-2848 or visit stuartmainstreet.org.SAT URDAY, OCT. 26 SUNDAY, OCT. 27 Tropical Ranch Botanical Gardens: Martin County's only botanical garden will be open to the public for a plant sale (with bromeliads on 10 percent discount) on Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. V ariety of sun and shade plants, plus rarer plants. On Saturday, there will also be a him one of the most sought after comics on the circuit today. Ms. Corrao is based out of Ft. Lauderdale. She is a tiny I talian girl originally from N ew York. So, naturally, she has repressed rage and an innate Napoleon complex that makes her want to take on the world in a big way. H er love of stand-up came at an early age, as her father would let her stay up late to watch the comedians on C arson and Letterman. L uckily, being a night-owl is also perfect for this profession. By high school, while other girls were keeping diaries about boys, Lisa began writing jokes in a notebook. Mr. Corrao has performed in Comedy Centrals South Beach Comedy F estival, the Women in Comedy Festival, and The Boston C omedy Festival, spokeswoman for Festival Flea Mar ket Commercials and can be seen on Nick, Jr. F ollowing the laughter of C omedy Corner, have a S pook-tacular time with a free showing of Rocky Horr or Picture Show. For those that dare, come dressed in costume and receive a free ghoulish drink and have the opportunity to participate in the Best Costume Contest. Enjoy Time Warp Dancing and trivia to get the Halloween Spirit going. Best C ostume winner prizes r ange from tickets to upcoming shows at the Sunr ise Theatre to a stay for two at the Vistana Beach Club on H utchinson Island. The Sunrise Theatre is located at 117 South Second Str eet,Fort Pierce,Florida. F or tickets and information, call the box office at (772) 461-4775 or online at www.SunriseTheatre.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County B3 077288 778621Win two VIP tickets to the Pineapple FestivalAll Zombies, young and old, who invade Jammin' Jensen in downtown Jensen Beach on Thursday, October 31st from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM will be judged on the best Zombie costume and Zombie make-up and the best Zombie walk. Three winners will be chosen. There is no registration fee. Just show up as a Zombie and stroll around Jammin' Jensen and you could win two VIP tickets to the Pineapple Festival. 077529I I a a n n s s T T r r o o p p i i c c a a l l G G r r i i l l l lE E a a s s t t O O c c e e a a n n B B l l v v d d S S t t u u a a r r t twww.HometownNewsol.com5 5 0 0 % % O O F F F FG G i i f f t t C C e e r r t t i i f f i i c c a a t t e e s sN N O O W W A A V V A A I I L L A A B B L L E E O O N N L L I I N N E E Ready for aWickedGood Time?Thursday, October 31st Halloween Party!Costume Contest Ca$H PrizesSpooky Specials Wahoos Riverhouse915 NW Flagler Ave. Stuart. 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TREASURE COAST B eginning early next year, Wor kforce Solutions will become CareerSource R esearch Coast as part of a new universal brand identity to align Florida's nationally r ecognized workforce system. The new brand, CareerS ource Florida, is a result of extensive market research and input from local leaders, employers, job seekers, workforce professionals and community partners throughout F lorida. The name, logo and charter for the entire workforce system were approved unanimously by the Workforce Florida Board of Directors this spring. The Workforce Solutions Board of Dir ectors recently approved its aligned regional brand name. "Our Board of Directors felt the new synergistic approach to branding would provide the region with higher visibility allowing us to reach and serve more job seekers and more area employers," said Richard Stetson president/CEO of Workforce S olutions. As a member of the CareerS ource Florida System, Career S ource Research Coast and its more than 15 access points that serve job seekers, workers and businesses in Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee and St. Lucie counties will begin using the new name following a statewide brand launch in early 2014. The statewide rebranding effort was initiated to provide greater clarity and consistency among publicly funded workforce entities that serve job seekers and businesses and to enhance the ability of workforce boards to leverage their resources to improve the system's efficiency and effectiveness. Regional workforce boards retain their flexibility to design and deliver programs that best address local workforce needs. Workforce S olutions' commitment to providing outstanding customer service remains a top priority. "We strive each day to provide our job seekers and employers the very best service," Mr. Stetson said. "We intend to capitalize on the increased awareness of our services brought on by this rebranding initiative to continue to work with our partners to improve and/or strengthen existing program and services and perhaps even develop new opportunities for the communities we serve." Led by Workforce Florida, the statewide workforce investment board, Workforce S olutions, along with its 23 r egional board counterparts, conducted a comprehensive study to evaluate the development of a unified brand in r esponse to the 2012 Regional Wor kforce Boards Accountability Act, which was passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Governor Rick Scott. Mo re than 1,500 Floridians directly contributed to the r esearch and brand development during a six-month collaborative process that included 27 focus groups in 10 cities and statewide surveys of job seekers, workers and employers. Fo r more information about the workforce system branding initiative,visit www.yourworkforcesolutions.com/care ersource.html. Job service to change namesF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com One thing that I noted from watching golf this year is that the r ules of golf are not as simple and fair as one would expect. We saw Tiger Woods get nailed on a couple of occasions milking the rules in his favor, and on a couple others where they smacked him in the forehead. Over the years I have come to believe that those golfers playing for big dollars are given a better set of rules under which to play. Y ear ago at The Masters Ernie Els cranked his drive on the 11th hole a good 30 yards into the trees. I think he needed a flashlight to find it; the shade was so dark at those depths. Yet, when he found his ball, resting comfortably under a pile of limbs he decided he needed r elief. He tried to move the limbs but couldnt uncover his ball without moving it and incurring a penalty. He asked for a ruling, suggesting to officials that the pile was debris that the club had piled there with the intention of moving it at a later date. Anyone who knows anything about Augusta National will tell you that they dont simply leave stuff piled around. The first two officials on the scene denied Els request and told him to play the ball as it lie. Els wanted yet another opinion and finally got the clubs Competition Chairman to agree with him. The drop saved Els from having to return to the tee and hit his third shot from there. I can just see me asking my playing partners the following question this coming w eekend. M e: "Hey guys, I'm going to need to move my ball without penalty. Its buried under a bunch of old, dead limbs." Them: "Who said that? Where are you?" M e: "Over here in the forest. Im stuck under these trees with squirrels throwing acorns at me." Them: "Are you nuts? You hit it in there, you hit it out! And dont move it or anything else to help you." Then their laughter would fill the air. My question: Why should someone playing as a professional, with over a million dollars riding for first place, get relief if I can't? The PGA Tour runs ads all ov er the print media and on television with the slogan, "These guys are good." Well if they're so good, what are they doing hitting tee shots into the woods? And if they are really good, I want to see them hit it out. I nstead we get five minutes of whining and pacing and walkie-talkie conversations that ultimately allow a player to move his ball. Els benefited from some serious S outhern Hospitality that day. I remember a sudden death playoff between S tewart Cink and Ted Purdy at the MCI Heritage at H arbor Town. Many golf fans sat stunned in their Lay-ZBo ys as Cink improved his lie in a waste area. On the fifth hole of their playoff, Cink hit his tee shot into the waste bunker along the 16th holes left side. As he walked to his ball he asked S lugger White, head rules official for the PGA Tour, what his options were in the waste area. Slugger informed Cink that he was allowed to r emove loose impediments such as rocks and pebbles, leaves and such. What Cink wound up doing was something that many fans felt was not only a sad interpretation of the r ules, but cheating. He proceeded to tidy up the area behind his ball. He plucked little stones from the area and tossed them aside. The he proceeded to do what one cannot do no matter where y ou are on the golf course. He improved his lie. I watched in dismay as Cink r an his fingers behind the ball creating a nice little trough, effectively teeing his ball up. It made it very easy to get his club on the ball, control the distance and spin and knock the ball close enough to make a birdie putt and win the tournament. The one that kills me during a tournament is when the pros get a free drop from under a bush or a tree because there is a television cable running nearby. Or they have a temporary, immovable obstruction, such as a sign or grandstands in their way and get free relief from having to hit around, ov er or through them. You hit it there, suffer the consequences. They dont put those things in the middle of the fairway! Ev ery sport needs rules to govern its play. Knowing how the rules work and using their interpretation to your advantage to gain any edge they allow is commendable. That doesn't mean that we should stray from the spirit of the rules or continue to allow rules to be bent beyond their intention. Golf's first rule is, "Play it as it lies." I guess this only pertains to those of us not playing for millions of dollars. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. He hosts the Thursday Night G olf Show on WSTU 1450AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. Alls fair in love and golf GOLFJAMES STAM MER F riday, October 25, 2013 B4 Martin CountyHometown News 078190 1500 SW Capri Street, Palm City, FL 34990 (Corner of Mapp & Matheson) sandhillcove.com ART SALE AND SHO WPr ofessional Local ArtistsO pen to the Public ~ Free Admission Peoples Choice Awards F riday, November 8, 2013 ~ 10 A.M. 2:00 P.M. Pr oceeds benefit the C omplimentary Lunch ~ RSVP: 772-220-1090 077472Answers located in Classified Section seminar by Dr. Rich Oswald on bromeliads at 10 a.m. On Sunday, at 1 p.m., Dr. Rich Oswald will lead a tour of the gardens. Free admission to tour the 13 themed gardens, located at 1905 S.W. Ranch T rail in the Tropical Farms area. Call (772) 283-5565 or visit www.trbg.us.SUNDAY, OCT. 27 Jensen Beach Elementary F all Festival: 4-7 p.m. at the elementary school. Inflatable slide, obstacle course, joust game, bungee jumper, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, temporary tattoos, costume contest, cake walk, pumpkin patch, crafts, games, trunk-ortreat, carnival treats, ice cream, more. Admission is $3 per person, or $5 wristband (includes admission and unlimited access to most rides and attractions). F amily Harvest Festival: 15 p.m., Love and Hope in Action (LAHIA), 1760 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart. Petting zoo, face painting, familyfriendly activities. Benefit for LAHIA. Admission is $1 plus canned goods. F or more information, visit http://lahia.org. A Sunday afternoon of Jazz featuring Randy Corinthian and the David Anderson Middle School Band Drumline, L yric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler A ve., Stuart. 4 p.m. Healthy treats provided courtesy of East Stuart Youth Initiative Culinary Kids. Tickets are $30. F or sponsorship information, contact Kraig McHardy at (772) 201-2238.For more information, call the box office at (772) 286-7827.TU ESDAY, OCT. 29 Growl-o-ween Party: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., The Fur Seasons, 1310 S.W. Commerce Way, Stuart. A play day for animals, with dress up, games, competitions for prizes, and photos with the Mystery Monster. $30. Reservations required. F or more information, call (772) 286-8283. Affordable Care Act presentation: 11 a.m., Blake Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey Road, Stuart. Key components of the ACA will be clarified. Each one-hour presentation is free and open to the public. F or more information, call (772) 221-1403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us. Whitefly and Other Nuisance Pests: 2:30-4:30 p.m., Cummings Library, Palm City. Part of the Your Florida Y ard Lecture Series, presented by Fred Burkey. Free, open to the public. F or more information or directions, call (772) 288-5654 or visit www.martin.ifas.ufl.edu.WEDN ESDAY, OCT. 30 Republican Networking Social: Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House, 1401 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Speaker is Ron Wardell InsuranceOutF rom page B3 See OUT, B5 778461ADVERTISING SALESWe are looking for the Best &the BrightestWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced represenatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401k plan.EOE, we drug test. Send a resume to: Opportunity@hometownnewsOL.com Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you.

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Clubs &classes Editors note: If any of the information below is incorr ect or no longer valid,please contact H ometown News at (772) 465-5656. A+ Friendship Group: N ondenominational group for age 50 and older, meets M ondays and Fridays, (except holidays), from 6:309 p.m. for cards and games. S nacks are provided, with a $1 donation accepted. Meeting place is at the Vince B occhino Community Center at Langford Park, 2369 N.E. Dixie Highway, Jensen B each. F or more information, call (772) 334-1964. ABC Book Discussion Gr oup at the Cummings L ibrary: The group meets the first Wednesday of every month at 6 p.m. in the DiTerlizzi Room. F or more information,call (772) 221-1403. Alzheimers Care Support Gr oup for caregivers of a loved one with dementia or Alzheimers disease, or for those who have been recently diagnosed with the disease. Emeritus at Jensen B each hosts this group. There is no cost to attend this group. Everyone who is living with a friend or family member with Alzheimers is encouraged to attend. Support group meetings are second Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. at Emeritus at J ensen Beach located at 1700 N.E. Indian River Drive in J ensen Beach. F or more information (772) 225-1355. American Legion and A uxiliary,No.62: M eetings for this Stuart and Palm City group are held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the VFW and American Legion Post, just west of the police complex on Monterey Road in Stuart. New members are welcome. For more information,call (772) 288-2757. Annies Book Club: The club meets in the Chason C onference Room at the Elisabeth Lahti Library in I ndiantown on the first Tuesday of the month at 10 a.m. F or more information,call (772) 221-1403. Chess Club of Martin Coun ty: T wo meetings each w eek, from 7-9 p.m. on Thursdays and Saturdays at O cean Palms in Stuart. Annual membership is $10. Applications for membership are open to all ages. F or more information,call (772) 2238042 or (772) 215-6202. C oconut Republic Parrot H ead Club: M onthly social is the first Wednesday of each month, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Conchy Joes Seafood R estaurant and Bar, 3445 N.E. In dian River Drive, Jensen B each. F or more information, visit www.coconutrepublicparrotheadclub.com C ouncil on Aging of Martin County: Offers luncheons, classes and card clubs during the month. Meet at the Log Cabin Senior Activity C enter, 2369 N.E. Dixie Highway, Jensen Beach. F or more information,call (772) 334 2926. The Daughters of the Br itish Empire: Any woman of British ancestry, parents to great-grandparents, including those from British Commonwealth nations, are welcome. F or more information, call (772) 221-3829 or (772) 286-2724. F lorida Trail Association: M eets the second Monday of each month from 7-9 p.m. F or more information,call (772) 219-4955. Fr ench Rendez-Vous: For those interested in French language, culture and cuisine. F or more information, call (772) 285-1297 or (772) 221-2459. The FriendsBook Depot, a collaborative effort of all six Fr iends Groups of the Martin C ounty Library System is open from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.Executive on how the Affordable Care Act will impact us all. Call Darlene at (772) 28574 47 for further information W hitefly and Other Nuisance Pests: 2:30-4:30 p.m., Hoke Library, Jensen Beach. Part of the Your Florida Y ard Lecture Series, presented by Fred Burkey. Free, open to the public. Call (772) 288-5654 or visit www.martin.ifas.ufl.edu.THUR SDAY, OCT. 31 'Mall-O-Ween:' 5:30-7:30 p.m., Treasure Coast Square mall, Jensen Beach. Mall-wide event. Trick-or-treat in costume and receive candy from participating retailers. Free, public welcome. Toy weapons, costumes should be worn only during event hours; masks allowed only on children 12 and younger. Call (772) 692-9401. THUR SDAY, OCT. 31 SAT URDAY, NOV. 2 The Rocky Horror Show: Curtain Call presents the wild, sexy live musical that became a movie and started a 35-year cultural phenomenon. Cast is filled with professional dancers and actors from across south Florida committed to performing the iconic show. Performances start at 8 p.m., T hursday, Friday and Saturday, in the Jensen Beach Performing Arts Center on the campus of Jensen Beach High School, 28 75 N.W. Goldenrod Road, Jensen Beach. The interactive show runs approximately 1 hour, 45 minutes, with a short intermission. Prop bags will be provided. Adult tickets are $25; student tickets are $18. For tickets or more information, call (866) 811-4111 or visit www.curtaincallfl.com. 'Of Mice and Men:' The classic tragic story of the friendship between two migrant workers, George and mentally challenged Lenny, and their dream of owning a farm. Produced by Indian River State College students at McAlpin Fine Arts Center on the main campus in Fort Pierce. Shows are at 7 p.m. on both Thursday and Friday; two shows on Saturday, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Call (772) 4624750 or visit IRS C.edu.FRIDAY, NOV. 1 Twilight Honor Flight 5k: 5:45 p.m., Witham Field, Stuart. Runners provided with red, white and blue glow gear will run the airport amid the nighttime aerial acrobatics, fireworks and balloon glow. T he event benefits Honor Flight, an organization that flies World W ar II veterans to Washington D.C. to see the World War II monument. Register online at www.active.com Call (855) 359-2838.FRIDAY, NO V. 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 3 Stuart Air Show, Witham Field. Friday night twilight air show (from 5-10 p.m.) features twilight air performers, live music by the Nouveaux Honkies, balloon glow, amusement rides, and fireworks finale. Saturday (9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) and Sunday (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), enjoy aircraft and military equipment displays, aerobatic performances, helicopter rides, balloon rides, childrens rides and activities, and vendor and community booths. F or more information, visit www.stuartairshow.com.FRIDAY, NO V. 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 10 Martin County Senior Games: 2 4th year. 13 sporting events golf, basketball shooting, doubles tennis, singles tennis, track, field, horseshoes, swimming, a 5K run, bowling, cycling and table tennis will take place at various locations and dates through Martin and St. Lucie counties. Fee to participate is $10 (includes one sport); $20 for bowling and $25 for the golf tournament. Register from Oct. 1-31 on http://econnect.martin.fl.us. Call (772) 221-1419 or email jmoore@martin.fl.us.SAT URDAY, NOV. 2 OPUS golf tournament: 1 9th annual tournament to benefit the OPUS 2014 choir. 7:30 a.m. check-in, continental breakfast and range warm up. Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. F our-person scramble format. Lunch at 12:30 p.m., followed by an OPUS choir performance at 1 p.m. $125 fee per player includes greens fee & cart, range balls, breakfast, buffet lunch, auction, concert. Additional guests can attend the luncheon and concert performance for $40. F or more information, contact golf chairman James Flannery at (772) 214-9574 or email travlinjim@netscape.com. Harvest Ride for Friends in Pink: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 63 mile ride through three counties, with stops including P ot Belly Deli, American Legion Post 39, Captain Jax, Chillin the Most, and ending at Treasure Coast Harley Davidson. Early registration for the poker run is $20; first 200 people receive gift bag including event T-shirt. Live music, games, face painting, prizes, silent and Chinese auctions, food, vendors, fun for the family. Starts at the Pot Belly Deli, 101 N. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. To buy tickets, visit www.pinktiefriends.org. Call Kitty Hallock at (772) 2935254 or email kittycvr123@gmail.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County B5 076510 OFFICE LOCATIONS IN PORT ST. LUCIE AND STUART1801 SE Hillmoor Drive, Suite A104, Port St. Lucie, FL34952 407ASEOcean Boulevard, Stuart, FL34994772-398-4550 Like us on wwww.facebook.com/Dr.Shipe Stuart S. 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Light r efr eshments and dr inks will be av ailable for pur chase T ickets ar e no w on sale b y calling 772-223-7800 (8 a.m. to 5 p .m., M onday -F r iday), or online at www .kanecenter .or g. I ndividual ticket pr ices ar e $15 for K ane members and $20 for nonmembers; the ser ies is av ailable for $60 for members and $90 for non-members Mo re details ar e online at www .kanecenter .org.CabaretF rom page B1

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for this special friend.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Y ou are not in complete control of your feelings this week, Sagittarius. Make a concerted effort to control your emotions when conflict arises.CAPRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, surprises are coming your way. Though you may want to control the situation, you have to sit back and let the chips fall where they may.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Aquarius, don't allow daydreaming to distract you from the tasks at hand. Distractions will only derail your plans, so do your best to keep them at a minimum.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, an ongoing issue must be addressed this week. Proscratination will only delay the inevitable, so tackle this issue head-on. every Saturday and Sunday in Building H, No. 15, at the B & A Flea Market, 2885 S. Federal Highway, in Stuart. The B ook Depot offers rare, antiquarian books, childrens books and audio-visual material. Donations are welcome at the Book Depot from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Mondays and Wednesdays or Ma r tin County libraries. For more information,call Eric B uetens at (772) 546-6633. G ames for Martin County seniors: 12:30-4 p.m. on W ednesdays at the Flagler Re creation Center in Stuart. No cost. F or more information,call (772) 288-5335. G eneral Motors Retirement Club: F or information about the next meeting,call (772) 878-6003. H alpatiokee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution: F or information,call (772) 288-4306. H istorical Map Club: A club for people interested in historical maps. C all (772) 219-9778. H obe Sound Fine Arts League: F or information,call (772) 546-2946. H obe Sound/Port Salerno Rotary Club: This servicefocused organization is dedicated to serving the local community and supports a number of local charities, works on hands-on projects, and supports national and international projects. For more information,call (772) 221-9193. H obe Sound Public L ibrary Book Club: F or information,call (772) 221-1403. H oke Library Book Club: M eet at the library in Jensen B each. F or information,call (772) 221-1403. H umanitys Team: For information,call (772) 7084611. J ensen Beach Garden Club: F or information,call (772) 692-2245. K entucky Society of the Tr easure Coast: F or information,call (772) 692-3715. La Leche League: P alm City branch meets the second Saturday of each month. M others with their nursing babies and mothers-to-be are welcome. F or directions to the meeting or more information,please call (772) 2331883. L ine dancing at Bocchio C enter in Jensen Beach, across from Log Cabin, Fridays from 10 a.m.-noon. Cost is $2 per person. F or more information,call (772) 2830619. L ucies Creative Crafters and Vendors: The group holds a craft show and sale most weekends at different locations. Sales benefit the crafters and some local charities. F or more information, call (772) 873-2981. Ma r iners Barbershop Chorus of Martin and St. L ucie County: W eekly meeting is from 7-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays at North Stuart Baptist Church, 1950 U.S. 1, Stuart. F or more information,call (772) 460-2754. Christopher Michael SorensonChristopher Michael So r enson, 36, of Stuart, died O ct. 6, 2013. He was a Martin County Fi re R escue firefighter-paramedic. He is survived by his two children, Christian and Lyla; mother, Michelle; father, Greg (Irene); six siblings, Theresa, Kimberly, David, B enjamin, Scott and H eather; his grandmother, Ann; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and fire department family. Ar r angements by Haisley F uneral & Cremation Service.Martha T. SharpMa r tha T. Sharp, 91, of H obe Sound, died Oct. 13, 2013. Ar r angements by All County Funeral Home & Crematory.Timothy SchuettT imothy Schuett, 61, of S tuart, died Oct. 15, 2013. Ar ra ngements by All County Funeral Home & Crematory.L ouise FralickLouise Fralick, 75, of Palm City, died Oct. 14, 2013. Ar ra ngements by All County Funeral Home & Crematory. F riday, October 25, 2013 B6 Martin County Hometown News 077178Inside Emerald Plaza1300 NWUS1 Stuart, FL 34994 772-692-8768www.allnailsandfacialbyjoanna.infoOpen 9am-7pm Mon-SatF ull Set Nail Design Manicure & Pedicure F ull Wax Service $1000 MANICURE~ $1800 GEL $2500 MANI-PEDITUESDAY &WEDNESDAY ONLYWITHTHISADONLY EXP11-8-13 077048 ELECTRIC & AIR$3000OFFANY SERVICE772-905-2104www.EliteElectricAndAir.comER0011841 CAC1816433778608 078179 048336 ObituariesFewer mullet doesnt mean fewer fishWell anglers, the mullet have slowed a bit. Theres still some out there, but the runs have not been as long. Su rf anglers, fish early for the best selection blues, macs, jacks and yes there is still snook. Anglers are casting spoons, cut bait and plenty of DOA bait busters to find their fish. Blues and macs are taking cut bait and spoons, if it flashes or dash's they are on it. Cut bait and use along a shank hook to keep them from biting the rig off. B ut that is not the only r od bender in the surf: Jacks are my favorite they will eat anything. The snook are a little more work, but they are still there in good numbers. Remember, fish early. By midafternoon, I had heard the word whiting used several times. Anglers, they are excellent table fare and there all day. Now about the tarpon its getting late in their season, but theres still a few out there. These fish have been in and out throughout the day. Use live baits, theres plenty of big fish. In the Indian River, from C ounty Line Road north, r ed fish have been biting from low-light throughout the day. At mid-day, catch in the high tide using smaller bait, small spoon, small paddle tail or a live shrimp all have had good r esults. Tr out at the top of the slot have been found from He r man's Bay north. They are swimming with a mix of reds. The mullet have thinned out, so that school of fish y ou see coming is either blues or jacks. You make the call; do I or dont I cast in their direction? There are still plenty of snook in the area. Im talking big fish well over the slot at the bridges. There are small and slot fish in the flats. Live baits are preferred. Tarpon have been up early, before the sun is up, so pick a bridge and catch a fish. Br idges have been hot with fish feeding all day. Fr om blues to snook and even some snapper and drum, everything is biting. There havent been too many anglers offshore this w eek. Im not sure why, the w eather has been perfect. D eep fishing offers a va r iety of good size dolphin to wahoo, with plenty of small black fins. Whether trolled or live, Push Button H ill is the location. Up close to the shore there has been an early run of Spanish macs north of the Inlet toward the House of Refuge. They have been found in 20feet using a F lash Minnow jig. Fr om 60-feet out there are small dolphin feeding. I hope they grow up quickly. Dont worry thought, the kings and bottom fish will keep you busy. Good news; the lake is no longer being drained, so we will be soon be finished with the fresh water and we can get back to almost normal. H enry Caimatto is the o wner of the Snook Nook Ba it and Tackle shop in J ensen Beach. 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Discussing the power that your computer needs to run P ageA6 MARTIN COUNTY "M ore work, no money, y ear after year," teachers could be heard chanting from the sidewalk in front of the School Board building in Martin County on O ct. 15. It was where hundreds of teachers, parents, students and concerned residents gathered to make their dissatisfaction known to Ma r tin County School B oard members. They toted signs and waved banners along the street before going inside to voice their opinions and propose solutions to the board. They are dissatisfied, fed up, even downright infuriated by the lack of raises they have received over the y ears including one they we re promised by Governor Rick Scott. The Governor dedicated $480 million to Florida teachers from this year's budget, of which every classroom teacher in the state was to receive $2,500. B ut he left it up to the districts to decide how to distribute the funds and the Ma r tin County School B oard isn't eager to give the teachers what they believe they deserve. "F lorida teachers deserve a salary increase, and they should have the benefit of knowing their new salary level as soon as possible so they can best plan for their futures," Governor Scott said in a letter to Florida S uperintendents. S urrounding counties have received their raises, but in Martin County those pay increases may come with strings attached. T eachers can currently only claim the full amount of their pay increase by r elinquishing their current contract, that provides them with job security, forT eachers show up in force over lack of raises MARTIN COUNTY V ol. 12, No. 21 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Oct. 25, 2013 778633 Don't think only of monthly payments when a lease is suggested ON CA RSA7 LEASE OR BUY? IN DEXClassifiedB6 Crossword B4 Obituaries B6 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 V iewpoint A6University hosts Halloween open houseC ome visit Keiser University on Oct. 30, from 6-8 p .m. for the Keiser Scare F air Open House. This community event will feature H alloween festivities for the entire family to enjoy. Join faculty, staff and students of K eiser University for tricks and treats, refreshments, games and prizes. This family-friendly open house will feature activities for all ages. Costumes are welcome. K eiser University offers doctoral, master's, bachelor's and associate degrees in health care, business, technology and legal fields. W ith semesters that build on one class at a time for one month at a time, this system fosters a healthy balance between life, work and study. F or more information, visit KUopenhouse.com or call (888) 844-8404.Meet the PioneersI ndian River State College Women's Basketball will hold a free "Meet the Pioneers" Basketball Clinic on Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to noon. Individuals who arrive before 10 a.m. will have a chance to see the W omen's Basketball team during practice time. In addition, boys and girls in grades 2 through 8 (with parental/guardian permission) will have an opportunity to learn and improve their basketball skills by interacting with team members in skill stations and in various games. The Pioneers will also demonstrate advanced drills. The event will conclude with an opportunity for Pioneer autographs and pictures. Pa r ticipants should arrive before 10 a.m. and r egister at the IRSC Main C ampus Gymnasium, 3209 Vi r ginia Ave., Fort Pierce. This is a walk-in event and no pre-registration is r equired. F or more information, call (772) 462-7714.Need to know WEEKEND WEATHERF riday: Overcast; high: 82; low: 59; high tide: 12:53 a.m.; low tide: 7:05 a.m. Saturday: Par tly cloudy; high: 81; low: 61; high tide: 1:44 a.m.; low tide: 8:00 a.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 81; low: 63; high tide: 2:41 a.m.; low tide: 9:00 a.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com Photo courtesy of Alissa McDarrisMartin County teachers, students, parents and concerned citizens marched from Veterans Memorial Park in Stuart to the MartinCounty School Board Office to express their dissatisfaction with the school board. Residents mark 100th anniversary of fight against breast cancer TREASURE COAST "W e want to make this cancer's last century," said Tr acy Henks of The American Cancer Society who helped organize this year's M aking Strides Against Br east Cancer Walk. This year's 5k walk marked ACS's 100th anniversary and celebrated the end of the first century of their fight to end cancer. Ms. Henks is ready to finish that fight. "W e want to find a cure. We want to save more lives," Ms. Henks said. "W e' re working diligently to put ourselves out of business. That's what last Saturday's event was all about: r aising money to fund the fight and bring the community together in a common goal. So M emorial Park in Stuart became a sea of pink with pink boas and hats, teams in matching pink shirts declaring "Save the ta-tas," even bedazzled pink bras. Mo re than 1,000 people r egistered to walk and $135,000 was raised by individuals and teams. The funds will help ACS provide free recourses and support for women with breast cancer and fund Cancer survivor Tammy Sapienza of P ort St. Lucie, Sonia Ravary of Stuart, Carl's Buick finance and insurance director and nine year breast cancer survivor, with P at Schmader of Sewall's P oint leading the walk.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Library program provides new books to new readers MARTIN COUNTY This holiday season, give the gift of literacy at your local library through the S easons Readings program that provides new books to 3 to 5-year-olds in local childcare centers. The Martin County Library System has partnered with the Early Learning Coalition to help put books into the hands of children. The Early Learning Coalition will provide the names and ages of children enrolled in their programs to the libraries that will then ask patrons to purchase new books and donate them to their local branch. The library has made it easy for the community to help them reach their goal of 300 books. N ames, ages and genders will be printed on paper gingerbread men and hung on Christmas trees at each library in the county. Library visitors can pick a name, purchase a book from the recommended list, and bring it back to be wrapped and distributed. "W e' re always promoting Academy shows citizens ins and outs of police department STUART For anyone who has ever wanted to know more about The Stuart Police Department and how it functions, the upcoming Citizen Police A cademy is sure to be a hit. The weekly class offers a glimpse of the inner workings of the department and lots of information on everything from department history and traffic enforcement to emergency vehicle operations and crime prevention. B etween 7-9 p.m. every W ednesday evening, between Nov. 6-Jan. 22, citizens will learn from a va r iety of instructors who work in and for the department. The Citizen Police A cademy offers a handson look at what we do every day," said Officer Br ian Bossio, academy coordinator. He said it helps eliminate misconceptions the public has about the police department and allows them to get to know their local officers, enhancing the relationship between police and the community they serve. T wo topics will be covered per week including attendee favorites on the K-9 unit and special r esponse team. A judge, state attorney and public defender will even be stopping by for the presentation on the judicial system. F or the more adventurous, the opportunity to go on a ride-along with an officer is also available. "I t' s an opportunity to learn," Mr. Bossiosaid. It also helps put an end to intimidation and encourages citizens to feel at ease approaching officers as they build a better understanding of who officers are and why they do what they do. "W e want to serve our citizens the best way that we can," Mr. Bossio said. He for one, is excited about hosting the Citizen By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See TEACHERS, A2By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See CANCER, A2By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See A CADEMY, A4By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See BOOKS, A5 USING THE POWER INSIDE Y es, We Do Deliver! Y es, We Do Deliver!Call Now to sign up for your FREESubscription!Call 866-913-6397 to sign up or at: subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.com 775326

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r esearch to treat and cure the disease that affects 1 in 8 women. The event also honored breast cancer survivors, educated people about early detection and how to r educe their cancer risk, and brought the community together in a unified goal. M others and daughters walked together, friends, those who had lost loved ones and those who just finished their last round of treatment, all clad in pink and in a celebratory mood. Ev en Stuart Mayor Eula Clarke joined in the fun, leading Zumba from the stage before the walk began. "I t' s fun to get together with everyone in the community for a good cause," said Tracie Warren of Stuart, who organized a team for Ocean Aveda Salon and was walking with her daughter. "I think events like these are amazing," said cancer survivor Debra Policino of Po rt S t. Lucie. She joined A CS in their search for a cure in hopes that her children and grandchildren won't have to worry about the disease. Each step we're taking today is a step toward finding a cure," Ms. Henks said. "We're making strides against breast cancer, there's no doubt about it." an annual contract that doesn't. If they don't, the school board may give them little to nothing, which many find unacceptable. "I haven't gotten a raise in 10 years," said Donna J acobsen, a third grade teacher at Citrus Grove Elementary. "Some teachers in this district qualify for food stamps and government assistance." Ms. Jacobson illustrated her point at the protest with a poster displaying the number 16,540 in big r ed type. That number, she said, was her takehome pay after taxes and premium health care. M eanwhile, board members enjoyed a stateapproved 3.8 percent r aise. J ill Hornstein, a kindergarten teacher at Citrus Grove, said that Florida r anks 47th in the country for teaching salaries but local board salaries are in the top two percent. "W e have to be able to support ourselves," Ms. Hornst ein said. Ms. Hornstein and Ms. J acobson, together with other teachers at the rally, are devoted to their students and are thankful for outstanding school administrators. Their fight is with the school board as they ask for fair pay. "W e love our students, we love our jobs, we love what we're doing, but the board needs to know we 'v e had enough," said H idden Oaks Middle School teacher Dawne H utchinson who helped organize the event via F acebook. That was the objective of the estimated 250-300 people who attended the protest, which included students like Evalynn St r auss, Hunter Desantis and Anya Pickard, all 12, who came out to support their teachers. The Martin County E ducation Association stands behind the teachers and several members, including President Pam K essler, were present at the rally. The association will help the teachers present salary proposals at negotiations that were scheduled for Oct. 22. "W e just want them to treat us with respect," Ms. H utchinson said. S he was thrilled with the turnout and hopes just as many people will come support the teachers at negotiations.Annual event to raise money for Treasure Coast shelterTREASURE COAST W alk with your friends, walk with your dog, just get out and walk to support a good cause. No vember 9 is the 11th annual Mutt March, one of the Humane Society of the Tr easure Coast's biggest fundraisers of the year. The fun walk usually brings in about $50,000 that goes toward care for the numerous animals in the local shelter, but it's as much about a good time as it is about raising money and awareness. The event will kick off with a free pancake breakfast from IHOP for registrants followed by a relaxing walk around Memorial Park in Stuart. Afterward will be a C anine Costume Contest complete with prizes for the best-dressed dog, derby r aces, lure coursing, obedience demonstrations and a flea(less) market with poochand people-oriented vendors. It wouldn't be a Humane S ociety event without dogs on site ready to be adopted, but retired racehorses will also be available for adoption. "I t' s really just a very fun day," said Jayme Uteschill, C ommunity Events Manager for the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast. R affle tickets will be sold for $10 for the chance to win gift cards in denominations of $1,000, $500 or $250, a DJ will keep dogs and their walkers in a lively mood and all proceeds will help the H umane Society in their mission of caring for animals. This is something that not only raises funds but r aises awareness," Ms. Ut eschill said. S ince 1955 the Humane S ociety of the Treasure Coast has been the leading advocate for animal welfare in the Martin County area by providing shelter, finding loving homes and promoting respect for companion animals' places in our lives and they want the entire community to know what they do. "I t' s a win-win," Ms. Ut eschill said. "You get to have fun with your dog and the animals at the shelter benefit greatly." Of course, the event isn't limited to people with dogs. Anyone can walk, enjoy the festivities and have a good time at the park. W alkers are limited to one dog per person and can register for $10 on the day of the event or online at www.hstcmuttmarch.org It promises to be an enjoyable afternoon for anyone on two legs or four. 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TREASURE COAST The Athletics D epartment at Indian River State College is kicking off the new season with a "Basketball Extravaganza" Tuesday, Oct.29 at 5:30 p.m. in the gymnasium on the IRSC M ain Campus at 3209 Virginia Avenue in Fo rt Pierce. The event will showcase the College's basketball programs. Prior to the start of the season, this will be a night of fun, but more importantly, a night to help those in need. Admission to the event is the donation of at least two canned food items or a minimum cash donation of $1. This will be an event filled with music, scrimmages, three-point shooting contests, dunk contests and guest bench coaches from IRSC faculty and administration. This event is a great opportunity for the community to get a sneak preview of what the IRSC men's and women's basketball teams have to offer. C oach Joe Sanchez, along with Assistant Coach Jarrett Stephens, will make a bid to return to the state tournament. The event will also feature the IRSC W omen's Basketball team and Head C oach Diana Couch. Ms. Couch and Assistant Coach Vanessa Santiago are looking to make their mark in the Southern Conference and return to post-season play in the upcoming season. All canned food collected will be donated to the Pioneer Pantry on campus to stock the shelves for IRSC students in need.College opens basketball season with food drive HOBE SOUND Carol A. S mith donated $7,500 to H obe Sound Animal Protection League for the upcoming P aws for a Cause festival. The sponsorship will help defray costs associated with the event. The Paws for a Cause festiv al is the annual signature fundraiser held by HSAPL to r aise funds that go towards operating costs at the sanctuary in Palm City. The familyoriented event will take place from noon-4 p.m. on Nov. 2. A ctivities will include a petting zoo, a bounce house, a dog agility demonstration, an equine dressage demonstration, an included lunch, live music, a silent auction, tours of the sanctuary, and more. H obe Sound Animal Protection League is a 501 (3) (c) nonprofit no-kill feline rescue and adoption organization. Established in 2001, the league has grown to house more than 150 cats at the sanctuary, with up to 40 cats in foster care. In addition to offering cats for adoption, HSAPL also offers a low-cost spay/neuter program to the public. S ponsorships for Paws for a C ause are available, starting at $250. Tickets to the VIP Lounge, general admission, and advertising opportunities are offered in accordance with each sponsorship level. 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JENSEN BEACH A new Aspen Dental office has opened in Jensen Beach,. the practice will provide dental services that range from dentures and preventive care to general dentistry and restoration. Dr Andrew De La Rosa, lead dentist at the Jensen B each office, received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at Tufts University. Originally from Boca Raton, Dr De La Rosa looks forward to meeting the Jensen B each community and providing much needed access to high-quality dental care and education. The Jensen Beach practice marks the 35th Aspen Dental-branded location in F lorida, a state where 55 out of 67 of the counties have dental health professional shortage areas as designated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In addition to offering patients the choice of seven styles of Aspen Dental's exclusive ComfiDents brand full and partial dentures, Aspen Dental will provide comprehensive exams, hygiene services, treatment of periodontal (gum) disease, extractions, fillings, oral surgery, whitening, and crown and bridge work. The office features digital radiography and offers advanced screening for oral cancer. At this new Aspen Dentalbranded practice, dentists and staff provide: Personalized treatment. Q uick-fix solutions don't solve larger or chronic oral health problems. That's why dentists at Aspen Dental take a comprehensive approach to dental care. F ollowing the initial exam and X-rays, each patient r eceives a customized treatment plan designed by the dentist with long-term oral and overall health in mind. Affordable care and flexible payment options. Cost shouldn't prevent patients from getting the dental care they deserve. That's why Aspen Dental offers special promotions, senior discounts, and free newpatient exams and X-rays for patients without dental insurance. The practice Dental office opens new locationP olice Academy and ensures that anyone who has ever had an interest in knowing more about local law enforcement will thoroughly enjoy themselves. Class size is limited to 20 people, so Mr. Bossio recommends registering soon by calling his office at (772) 288-5339 or emailing him at bbossio@ci.stuart.fl.us Classes take place at the Stuart Police Department's EOC room at 830 SE Martin L uther King Jr. Blvd. F riday, October 25, 2013 A4 Martin CountyHometown News 1-800-823-0466077452 Celebrate the Occasion! LLCCustom Made Gift BasketsF eaturing unique, rare, and distinctive gourmet specialty foods; for holidays, special themes, corporate events, thank yous, birthdays, anniversaries, and more...Connie Gentry772.341.8031g entryconnie66@gmail.com077649Our Basket Features:F ine Handcrafted Local Chocolate Locally Raised Culinary Coffee, Homebaked Specialties Oils / Vinegar / Spices T eas / Snacks / Cookies 077285 Investment advice is offered by Horter Investment Management, LLC, a Registered Investment Adviser, Insurance and annuity products are sold separately through snyder Financial, Inc.Securities transactions f or Horter Investment Management clients are placed through Pershing Advisor solutions, Trust company of america, Jefferson National monument Advisor, Fidelity, Security Benefit Life and FC Stone.www.SnyderFinancialinc.com 075529 UniqueAutoSalon€ Wax € Shampooing of Carpets / Mats € Wheels Tire Shine € Cleaning / Conditioning All Vi nyl / Plastic / Leather5 QT Amalie Oil New Filter$87($164.99 Value)$19.95Out the Door($25.99 Value)Located South Stuart Across From Toyota Dealership5200 SE Federal Highway € Stuart, FL 34997772-283-3997Free Pick Up & Drop Off in Local AreaFree Estimates on all Detail & Mechanical Services $44Includes Injectors, Throttle Body and Mass Air Flow$79Exp.12-31-13($109.99 Value)Complete Detailing Services Full Service Mechanical CenterExp.12-31-13 Exp.12-31-13 Exp.12-31-13 Interior / Exterior DetailingW ash &Wax ComboOil Change & Tire RotationFuel Injection Cleaning($64.99 Value)€ Hand Wash € Vacuum Interior € Windows Inside &Out € Rims Cleaned € Tires Shined € HandWaxed 778632 AcademyF rom page A1Practice to offer full-service dental care,personalized treatment plans F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com The new Aspen Dental Office in Jensen Beach is open for business.Photo courtesy of Aspen DentalSee DENTAL, A5 Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money,Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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works with all insurance providers and handles the paperwork, saving patients time and hassle. Convenient hours and location. The office will be open extended hours, including evenings and select Saturdays, so that patients can see the dentist at a time that works best for their schedule. Walk-in and emergency patients are w elcome. Variety of options for denture patients. ComfiD ents full and partial dentures come in seven styles; giving patients more options than are available at traditional dental practices. Regardless of the denture selected, each is custom-crafted, and the dentist works with every patient to ensure proper fit and comfort. As an added convenience, Aspen Dental has its own on-site denture laboratory, which helps facilitate quick turnaround for denture repairs, relines or adjustments. Free denture consultations are available for all denture patients. The office is located at 2648 N.W. Federal Highway, Jensen Beach. To make an appointment, patients can call (772) 3243414 or 800-ASPEN DENT AL (800-277-3633),or visit www.aspendental.com. literacy from a young age," said Melanie Daniels, the children's assistant at the H oke Library and the woman in charge of this y ear's program. S tory times for young children have always been a hit, too, but Ms. Daniels knows that a book that belongs to them makes a child want to take ownership of their learning. It's essential to develop strong r eading habits early so children don't fall behind in school, she explained. B esides, Ms. Daniels believes every child should have favorite books that they can open and enjoy time and time again. S he cherishes the memor ies she has of favorite childhood books. She still has a few on a shelf, r eminding her of the joys of r eading at a young age and wants to share her love of books with the next generation. "I love spreading literacy in the community," Ms. D aniels said. R esidents can stop by the libraries throughout the month of November to pick up a gingerbread man. The books must be returned by De c. 1 so they can be wrapped and distributed to children who will be all smiles as they unwrap their very own book. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County A5 077599 Arrests listed were made Oct. 11-18.Stuart Police Department James Douglas Deluca, 48, of 19185 Homewood Drive, Tequesta, was charged with felony violation of probation. Peter Miguel Whiteman, 21, of 1100 S.E.St.Lawrence Way, Stuart, was charged with possession of controlled substance and with driving while license suspended/revoked with knowledge. Heather Helena HoldenMaseroni, 35, of 2092 S.E.Hanf ord Street, Port St.Lucie, was charged with failure to redeliver hired vehicle. Robert Lee Hansen, 28, of 5984 S.E.Crooked Oak Ave., Stuart, was charged with possession of controlled substance, with flee/attempt to elude a police officer, with two counts of resisting arrest without violence, and with driving under the influence.Jupiter Island Police Department Daniel Craig Giesey, 22, of 2846 S.E.Eagle Drive, Port St. Lucie, was charged with burglary and with grand theft.Martin County Sheriff's Office Rodrick Darell Battle, 38, of 5764 S.E.47th Ave., Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Brent George Fournier, no age or address listed, was charged with child abuse without great harm. Tristan Lewis, 42, of 2402 N.E. Pine Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with aggravated assault or battery on person 65 years of age or older. Sarah Stephanie Magennis, 30, of 4630 S.E.Salvatori Road, Stuart, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault. Dean David Maier, 54, of 2265 N.E.Arch Street, Jensen Beach, w as charged with possession of controlled substance and with failure to appear misdemeanor. Kristine Prengle McLaughlin, 57, of 2750 S.E.Ocean Blvd., Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Andrew Carl Melchert, 31, of 619 Ash Street, Port St.Lucie, was charged with driving while license suspended habitual offender. Derrick Edmond Miller, 37, of 847 S.W.28th Street, Palm City, w as charged with grand theft of property valued $300 to $5,000. Matthew John Myers, 23, of 11090 S.E.Federal Highway #112, Hobe Sound, was charged with aggravated battery and with domestic violence. Charles Otto Peterson III, 23, of 12491 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers, was charged with two counts of felony violation of probation. Kimberly Catherine Chapel, 46, of 13240 N.W.32nd Ave.Apt 1, Opalocka, was charged with f elony violation of probation. Shawn Abrin Deloach, 31, of 210 Seventh Street Apt 3, West P alm Beach, was charged with driving while license suspended habitual offender. James Edward Ford, 40, of 5557 S.E.45th Street, Stuart, was charged with burglary of conve y ance and with grand theft of property $300 to $5,000. Larry Martin Huber, 28, of 2983 S.W.Horseshoe Trail, Palm City, was charged with dealing in stolen property and with uttering f alse instrument. Janine Lino, 29, of 5178 S.W. Orchid Bay Drive, Palm City, was charged with felony violation of probation. April Denise Reeve, 31, of 4181 S.E.Lincoln Street, Stuart, w as charged with grand theft property valued at $300 to $5,000. Matthew Scott Atchley, 49, of 1691 S.E.11th Street, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation and with misdemeanor violation of probation. Kimberly Catherine Chapel, 46, of 13240 N.W.32nd Ave.Apt 1, Opalocka, was charged with f elony violation of probation. Jessica Marie Galileo, 30, of 3762 S.W.Sunset Trace Circle, P alm City, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of place of worship or convenience business, and with possession/use of drug paraphernalia. Cathy Jo Gillen, 41, of 2301 N.E.21st Ave., Jensen Beach, w as charged with felony violation of probation. Michael Martin Gray, 64, of 3830 N.E.Indian River Drive #58, Jensen Beach, was charged with acquire/obtain controlled substance by misrepresentation, fraud, forgery, deception or subterfuge. Chad Sharod Harris, 27, of 7717 S.E.Kinsway Street, Hobe Sound, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance, with fleeing/attempt to elude a police officer, and with battery. Nicole Elizabeth Kinser, 29, of 2584 S.W.Marquis Terrace, Stuart, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance without valid prescription, with introduction of contraband into detention facility, and with failure to appear. Beverly Joy Moore, 51, of 7637 S .E.Fork Drive, Stuart, was charged with possession of controlled substance without valid prescription and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Brandon Jafari Oliver, 33, of 16988 S.W.170th Ave., Indiantown, was charged with gr and theft, and with uttering false bank bill, note, check or draft. Maxwell Dylan Tatum, 21, of 3400 S.W.Dunklin Ave., Okeechobee, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 f eet of place of worship or convenience business. Morgan Chance Traficant, 19, of 4060 N.E.Sugarhill Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of place of worship or convenience business and with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.. Michael Dean Harris, 31, of 2593 S.E.Indian Street, Stuart, w as charged with three counts of dealing in stolen property, with two counts of grand theft, and with three counts of providing false o wnership of pawned items. Anthony John Martin, 24, homeless, was charged with f elony battery domestic battery by strangulation, with burglary of conveyance, and with unarmed robbery. Vincent Paul Rizzotto, 20, of 4014 S.E.Dixie Ross Street, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Jacob A.Spears, 29, of 1150 S. W. Allapattah Road B1112, Indiantown, was charged with m urder while engaged in certain f elony offense. Ian James Watters, 37, of 1629 S. W. W aterfall Blvd., Palm City, w as charged with grand theft of motor vehicle. Jeffrey Robert Young, 35, of 2651 Twin Oaks Trail, Fort Pierce, w as charged with felony violation of probation. Lesly Blot, 24, of 1702 S.E. Cascella Court, Port St.Lucie, was charged with possession of marijuana more than 20 grams. David Christopher Dozier, 31, of 914 S.E.Belfast Ave., Port St. Lucie, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Humberto Fabian, 18, of 1408 Hampton Road, West Palm Beach, was charged with possession of controlled substance. Garland Johnson, 47, of 17380 S. Place, Jupiter, was charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver. Terrance Lilnod Moses, 34, of 2185 S.W.Aledo, Port St.Lucie, w as charged with flee/attempt to elude a police officer, and with driving while license suspended Daniel Paul Novak, 31, of 208 S .E.St.Lucie Blvd.#205, Stuart, w as charged with possession of controlled substance without valid prescription. Antonio Jasso Pagan, 27, of 1965 S.W.Idaho Lane, Port St. Lucie, was charged with possession of marijuana more than 20 gr ams. Donald Alan Ponsch, 52, of 639 S.E.Meadowwood Way, Stuart, was charged with possession of controlled substance. Christopher Joseph Prianti, 24, of 246 Clayton Ave., Stuart, was charged with grand theft. Bill Thompson, 22, of 1472 N.E.62nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, w as charged with grand theft property valued $20,000 $100,000 and with criminal mischief damage $1,000 or more. Steven Paul Yatsko, 58, of 1995 N.W.Fork Road, Stuart, was charged with possession of photogr aph of sexual performance by child.Department of Corrections Dantarsia Ginquilla Milton, 22, of 5200 N.W.26th Ave., Miami, w as charged with possession of contraband by state correctional inmate.Courthouse Catelyn Fagan, no age or address listed, was charged with abuse, aggravated abuse and neglect of child. Angelica Rena Washington, 41, of 427 N.11th Street Apt 1, Fo rt Pierce, was charged with gr and theft.Florida Highway Patrol Cliche Shanee Niback, 29, of 904 W.32nd Street B, Fort Pierce, w as charged with possession of controlled substance, and with possession/use of drug paraphernalia. Larry John Ciaccio, 52, of 926 S. W. Curtis Street, Port St.Lucie, w as charged with driving while license suspended habitual offender.Police reportIf you have information about a crime, c all Treasure Coast Crimestoppers at (800) 273-TIPS. Editor's note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. BooksF rom page A1 DentalF rom page A4

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Let's talk about power. N ot the kind of power that we usually think of when we think of computers and power. I don't mean processor power measured in gigahertz or anything like that. Let's talk about the power that your computer needs to run. Good, oldfashioned AC power. The raw power we get out of the wall can fluctuate, sometimes wildly, due to any number of environmental issues from thousands of users suddenly kicking on their air conditioning all at the same time to solar flares causing glitches. In order to "clean up" power, it's recommended to plug a surge suppressor into y our wall outlet and then plug your computer equipment into that. But what does that do? How does that help ensure that your machine is getting that squeaky clean power that it needs? W ell, surge suppressors are devices that are designed to clean out the normal fluctuations in power that is common on all power grids by keeping the voltage at a constant cycle. The surge suppressor will clip off any spikes in the voltage that could cause damage to sensitive hardware in your computer, but there are some things that your average surge suppressor can't do anything about. If the voltage drops due to a brown out, your surge suppressor can't really do anything about that (it's an "under-voltage" situation, not an "over-voltage" or "surge") and if you take a direct hit from a lightning strike, forget about it; all bets are off. A lightning strike has so much power behind it that it usually flows right through y our average surge suppressor, toasting everything in its path, including the surge suppressor itself! M any people are really surprised to learn after suffering from a lightning strike that their surge suppressor did nothing to protect their equipment. The mistake here is that people think of lightning as just another surge in power, and the surge suppressor is there to handle surges. For a direct lightning strike, there is not much available to protect equipment except unplugging all your equipment during a storm. And with the frequency of storms that we get around here, that's not always practical. OK, so that covers lightning, but what about a "brown out?" A brown out is a phenomenon that is just the opposite of the surge. When everyone suddenly kicks on their AC and all the lights go dim for a few seconds or even minutes, that lower voltage can often cause machines to act squirrelly. But since it's a low voltage situation instead of a surge in voltage, most of y our basic surge suppressors are unable to supply the extra power to keep it at the proper levels for your computer. And then there are the outright power outages. For these kinds of power conditions, the best thing you can add to your system is an "Uninterruptible Power S upply" (also known as a "UPS" or "Battery Backup.") M ost battery backup systems come equipped with surge suppressor circuitry so y ou get the best of both worlds; you get the benefit of clipping over voltage spikes from your system, and you get a constant flow of balanced electricity regardless of whether the power coming from the wall drops due to a brown out or cuts out altogether. The thing to keep in mind about UPS systems is that they are not designed to allow y ou to keep working through a power outage; they are there to allow you just enough time to save your work and do a controlled and proper shutdown of your system r ather than having the system just drop out on you. The least desirable way to set up your computer equipment is to just plug everything right into the wall. The next best thing is to plug y our equipment into a surge suppressor of some type; that way you at least have a way to clean any normal spikes from y our power. The best solution is to get a UPS and plug your monitor and tower alone into it. That protects you from spikes and brownouts and full-blown power outages. Contact Sean McCarthy at (888) 752-9049 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).A6 Martin County 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 069465WIN$200 WIN$200This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, OCT. 25, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Homecoming royalty2 013 Jensen Beach High School Homecoming Queen Jenny Kilbride and King Will Corell.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Prosecute real' criminalsI have been witnessing many friends and family members who have gotten DUIs. Granted, they are breaking the law, however, most of these people have not injured anyone, not gotten into an accident nor damaged any property. Most have not even gotten a legitimate traffic violation. I have seen police cars watching cars leave a bar's parking lot and following them a block or two, then stopping them, falsely accusing them of a violation; i.e., signal light not seen, not a complete stop at a stop sign, erratic driving; (most of which were bogus) just to get them to take a breathalyzer test. Ev eryone knows that "one" drink could put you over the limit. Most people can consume more than that and not be any less coherent than someone not drinking at all. What about people on cell phones or listening to too loud music or anything else distracting their driving? My complaint is this: those who truly should be arrested is one thing; those who do not suffer undue punishment. Their drivers' licenses are taken away; leaving them with no transportation to get to work or shop for groceries. M ost of them lose their jobs and have no income; therefore living expenses are eliminated. Mo re ov er, they are expected to find someone 24/7 able to drive them to AA meetings, parole office meetings, psychology counseling, community service, court appearances, etc., which, by the way, have to be paid for by the "c r iminal" several times a week, for several months. These fees range from $25 to $100 per visit. If they miss one due to lack of money or a ride, they are penalized with higher fees and more visits. Also, some are sent to facilities for a month as inpatients, denying their family any contact or income. Plus, when y ou complete all that the "law" has required, the DMV has additional requirements, furthering your fees, etc. I know people who have gone over two years and through thousands and have no job, income or transportation, so they will never be done. I even know someone who was followed from a bar to their home, accused of a DUI violation as they stepped out of their car in their driveway; spent the night in jail and in court was determined not to have been over the limit. Their violation was reduced to reckless driving (huh?) and still had to pay fees and go to meetings because the DMV finds you guilty, regardless. Who put them in charge? Mo re ov er, this money-making process for the county is not helping the economy. Yes, it is providing jobs for clerks and counselors, but adding to the unemployment of many. W ith legitimate layoffs, homes foreclosing and families falling apart, it's no wonder people drink! Why don't we just close all the bars, ban the sale of alcohol (further putting people and businesses out of work) and use the collected monies to supply the unemployed with living expenses? Oh wait, that won't work. No one will be able to afford a car to drive while drinking bootleg liquor, in order to get a DUI and pay until they die. Hmmm, there go all those government jobs. Let's get real: Go out and prosecute real criminals who, most of the time, get off by being innocent until proven guilty. Not so for those who dared to have "one" drink, caused no harm and were punished for eternity, financially and morally, with a record that most potential employers frown on. If y ou, reader, are an attorney or politician, please figure out a way to differentiate the true criminals and appropriate punishment, and let this depressing economy get back on its feet. Most first-time violators will think twice before drinking anywhere but home.F or veteransOn Nov. 11, Veterans Day, Americans have the opportunity to show how proud we are of the boys who have served and are serving in our military. To volunteer to be in dangerous places such as Iraq and Afghanistan, far away from friends and family, is a very special indication that this country has many young people who are committed, patriotic and selfless. They have truly earned our gratitude and respect.F rom the mouth of Franklin When drafting the U.S. Constitution, Benjamin Franklin gave the delegates some sage advice when he said, "I have lived, sir, a long time; the more convincing proofs I see of this truth, that God governs in the affairs of men. And if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without His aid?"Stop importing criminalsWe have far too many homebred criminals. We do not 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. Power and how to save your computer COMP UTE T HISSE AN MCCARTHY Re: "Support the Common Core Standards"I am befuddled, by the need to promote yet another overarching Federal Pr ogram. If you want standardized testing of public school children there are organizations like the Educational T esting Service, who have been testing students for fifty or sixty years, with products like the Scholastic Aptitude T est (SAT), ACT, GRE, LSAT, GMAT and more I am sure. The folks producing the Stanford Achievement Test have a test for each grade, 1-12, available at a r etail price of $70. Used on a state or national basis the cost could come down significantly. By my rough calculation, the entire public school population of 44 million could be tested using the retail price for around $3 billion, while the Federal Government needs approximately $16 billion, according to the Heritage Foundation, to implement Common Core. If standardized education is the optimum teaching paradigm for our children, then I am puzzled over the decline in the quality of our students' education as the Federal Government involves themselves in an ever more pervasive manner. I reference our students' world rankings in math, which according to Programme for International Student Assessment, slipped from 18th in 2002 to 31st place by 2009. S adly, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, our overall ranking of high school freshmen in 2013 dropped us just below the Czech Republic, at 21st place, barely beating China. I may not have learned much in grad school about education, but I did learn, if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. S am H.DaMit Po rt S t. LucieLetter to the editor Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. 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Earl Stewart is the owner and general manager of Earl Stewart Toyota in No r th Palm Beach.The dealership is located at 1215 N.Federal Highway in Lake Park.Contact him at www.earlstewarttoyota.com call (561) 3581474,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.One of the most popular weapons in car dealers' arsenals is the infamous "lease flip." This is car dealer jargon for switching a customer who originally intended to buy a car to leasing the car. Of course the motivation to do this is more profit for the dealer and a bigger commission to the salesman. That's not to say that leasing a car is always more costly than buying one, but it can be if you're not careful. And not being careful is exactly what happens when a purchase intender becomes a lessee. He re 's how it happens. Y ou come into the dealership to buy a car. You may have seen the dealer's advertisement in the newspaper or TV for a particular model. More than likely you are prepared to make a down payment and/or trade in y our old vehicle. You have a monthly payment in mind because almost everybody has a budget and we usually translate most purchases into whether or not we can fit them into our monthly budgets. You negotiate the best price you can to buy the car, or maybe the sale price is good enough. No w the salesman or more often the Finance and Insurance manager/business manager tells you what your monthly payment will be. Let's say that you have a trade-in worth $15,000 and aren't going to put any cash down. The F&I manager tells you your monthly payment will be $427 per month. But that's way more than you can afford and you tell him y ou can't buy the car because you can't afford that big a payment. He asks you how much you can afford and you tell him it must be under $350 per month. Now he has you set up perfectly for the "lease flip." Mrs. Smith, I think I have just the right thing for you. What would you say if I told you that you can drive that new car home today for just $349 per month?" With glee, y ou say "we have a deal!" G uess what? You've just been flipped. If you had bought the car at the advertised price or negotiated a very good price, the dealer probably would have made about $1,000 profit and the salesman would have made about a $200 commission. Now that you've let yourself be flipped to lease, the dealer could be making $15,000 and the salesman could be making a $3,000 commission! I'm not exaggerating. I get calls weekly from victims of lease flips. M any of the callers are elderly and many of them are widows who never bought a car before, but had relied on their husbands. There's no law that limits the profit that a dealer can make when he sells or leases a car. Profits of $10,000, $15,000 and even $20,000 are made and usually on leases. The dealers can do this by using the trade-in as a capital cost reduction on the lease but allowing less for the trade than it is actually worth. In the example above, your trade-in may be worth $15,000 but you were allowed only $5,000 to r educe the capitalized costs of the lease. Also, the dealer could have raised the price of the car you negotiated or the sale price to MSRP or even 110 percent of MSRP which is allowable by the leasing companies. By manipulating the number of months of the lease and the down payment [capitalized cost r eduction], a dealer can give you as low a payment as you ask for and still make an exorbitant profit. M ost buyers are so focused on monthly payments that they don't carefully analyze what they are agreeing to and signing. The shorter the number of months of a lease, the greater impact the down payment has on the monthly payment. A $5,000 down payment r educes the monthly payment on a 36 month lease by $139 per month, $208 on a 24 month lease, and $417 on 12 month lease. I ncredibly many victims of the lease flip, never thought about the fact that after the 12, 24, or 36 month term of the lease, they own nothing. After 36 months, a car with a good r esale value should be worth about half of what y ou paid for it. Many people who have never leased before think they can bring their lease car back early if they want. Leasing is not renting and y ou can bring your car back early only if you make all of the remaining lease payments. If you had bought the car for $30,000 and financed it for 36 months, you would have about $15,000 in equity at the end of 36 months and no monthly payments. You we re building equity with every monthly payment in the purchase but you were building zero equity with y our 36 lease payments. As I said before, don't let this frighten you from ever leasing a car. Leasing can be a good choice and sometimes the best choice. You can find six articles I've written for H ometown News and for my blog at www.EarlStewartOnCars.com Look at Lease a New Car before Y ou Buy It," "Car Leasing B ooby Traps," "Be Very Ca r eful When Leasing a Ca r, "The Lease Acquisition Feethe Bank's Gotcha," "Buy or Lease Yo ur Car at the Right Time of Year," and "Should I Buy or Lease My Next Car?" Business www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County A7 ANTIQUE MALLtel.772-460-83733128 N. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, Fl 34946 NORTH OF DOWNTOWN FT. 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S ee why Membership has its privileges!Ž J oin over 500 area businesses who know the value of membership in the H obe Sound Chamber of Commerce G et one free breakfast ($10 value) G et one free business card ad in The Pelican ($54 value) G et one free insert in The Pelican ($65 value) And so much more just for joining the Chamber.F or information call Jan Otten at the Chamber 772-546-4724 or email jotten@hobesound.org www.HobeSound.org Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers!778758 Don't be flipped' to a lease at the dealer ON CARSEARL STEWART

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need to import more. However, some people apparently will do anything to make a buck. Consider the car wash operator who over a 10-year period imported dozens of illegal immigrants from M exico. When he was finally caught, a lenient judge gave him only a fine, home confinement and probation. S uch lenient treatment will do nothing to discourage others from trying to get r ich at the expense of those who will work for pennies.An opinion on terminal careIt has been my experience, and, in my opinion, a terminally-ill family member is better cared for in a hospital than by hospice providers. Ne ver let a loved one know you have given up hope, because that is what they feel when you put them in hospice. A miracle or r emission or a cure can happen at any time. Please, think twice.Say thanksDo you like the 40hour work-week and overtime pay? Do you like sick days? How about vacation time off? What about having a safe work environment so that you don't get maimed or killed simply performing y our job, or safe products to purchase? Thank a union.Mail carriers bewareI have noticed that some people who deliver mail are looking for someone to hit them. They drive a plain van and do not have any signs on the vehicle to warn other drivers that they are delivering the mail. They do not have their blinkers on to warn other drivers. I think this practice is very bad. I think the vehicle should have its warning blinkers on, and even a yellow light on the top to warn other drivers. There should be a sign indicating that the vehicle is being used by the U.S. P ostal Service, and makes frequent stops. P lease, if you can't print this send, it to our post office so maybe they can do something.Check illegal aliens for illnessThis is about all of the illegal aliens in school. When our grandparents came to this country, they were checked for diseases, such as tuberculosis. Illegals do bring diseases. They should be checked before they are allowed into the schools. That's the only way to stop all of the diseases in our schools.Anchor babies are citizensIf a baby is born here, it is a citizen. It also has the right to bring in all of its relatives due to chain migration. It's a fact that some companies are running birthing tours; where women from other countries come to the U.S. in their eighth month just to have their baby. Now, we are r esponsible for them. It 's not fair. Companies then hire these illegals and our government takes care of the rest. It's just not fair.If you're sick, stay at homeI went to a local club where the hostess greets everyone. O ur hostess was extremely ill, had been to the doctor's that day and was at work with a fever. What makes her think that she can make other people sick? If you're contagious, stay home. 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Mr. Smythe recently donated $25,000 to the Jensen Beach Community Playground Committee and celebrated the contribution at the handtile fundraiser at Quench Your Palette Art Studio in Jensen Beach where he, along with parents and their children, stamped handprints onto ceramic tiles that will be placed around the perimeter of the future community playground. "W e are grateful to Mr. Smythe for helping the Jensen Beach Playground C ommittee get closer to reaching the $300,000 goal," said Jill Richardson, P layground general coordinator. "Curr ently we have raised $60,000 through donations and grants, but we still need more financial support in order to start building in May 2014." The current playground at Jensen B each Elementary contains pieces that are nearly 40-years-old and through ever increasing use, continues to degrade and is in desperate need for r eplacement. The Jensen Beach Playground Committee and a crew of dedicated volunteers are working to raise the necessary funds that will replace the dilapidated playground with a custom-built playground. The new playground is not just for J ensen Beach Elementary students, but will be open to the public after school hours and on the weekends. Located within walking and biking distance for most families in the Jensen B each community, the new playground will provide a much needed space for children to safely play. J ensen Beach children submitted sketches and wish lists to help design the playground. Their ideas were brought to life by the Leathers & Associates design team, and the kids were so excited to view the preliminary renderings. The new playground also provides a safe environment for the community's most vulnerable special needs children. The design features wheelchair accessible groundcover, therapeutic swings, activity panels, accessible parallel bars and telephone systems. Leathers & Associates ensured that the playground complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act regulations. The unique play space will provide outlets that help correct developmental delays and play opportunities for children of all abilities. Jensen Beach Elementary is the hub-school for Martin County's Autism Spectrum Disorder Unit, and the ADA regulated components will benefit these students. Children of all abilities will be able to play shoulder to shoulder, learning and growing together. There are numerous ways to help support the Jensen Beach Playground C ommittee including general donations, sponsorships, adopting playground components, personalized fence pickets, bricks and handprint tiles. Volunteers are also needed. F or more information,visit www.JBPlayground.com or email info@jbplayground.com.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com Photo courtesy of Samantha KayserDavid L. Smythe donated $25,000 to the Jensen Beach Community Playground Committee. 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Homecoming happinessZombies to invade downtownMartin County 077047 778625Happy Hour All Day,Every Day in our Bar and Patio Half Off DrinksHappy Hour All Day Every Day-Live Piano Music in the Bar T uesday thru Saturday $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 JENSEN BEACH Don your most tattered nightdress, forget about combing your hair, stock up on fake blood and start practicing your most convincing undead limp because it's H alloween in Jensen Beach. It just so happens that Halloween falls on a Thursday this year which coincides with Jensen Beach's weekly Jammin' Jensen event. But this time the festival will offer more than vendors and live music; the streets will also be lined with the walking undead. W ith the growing popularity of z ombies in movies, television, comic books and more, Ronald R ose, executive director of the J ensen Beach Chamber of Commerce, decided to invite residents to transform themselves into the haunting characters and invade J ensen. "I t seems like a zombie theme is a good idea," Mr. Rose said. He 's been noticing it at comic conventions, 5k runs, and in themed walks around the country, but he wanted to offer more than a z ombie walk; he wanted a zombie invasion. "I 'm interested in doing things that are different," he said. Mr. Rose hopes zombie lovers will deck themselves out in their best z ombie get-up and perform their best zombie shuffle as they stroll the streets in the inaugural event, but it's not just the impressed looks from passers-by that zombies will be competing for. Three winners from different age groups will also be selected to receive tickets to Jensen's Pineapple Festival, a $100 value. "I think people are going to have a blast," Mr. Rose said. If that's the case, he looks forward to making the zombie invasion an annual event. There's no registration fee to participate. Just show up downtown in y our best zombie disguise from 6-9 p .m. on Oct.31 and invade Jensen B each for an evening of spooky fun. MARTIN COUNTY The Council on Aging of Ma r tin County's popular K ane Cabaret will return for its third season on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. at the K ane Center in Stuart. The series, which is held one Sunday afternoon each month from November 2013 through March 2014, features acclaimed cabaret and stage performers from throughout south Florida. All proceeds benefit the nonprofit Council on Aging. This year's Cabaret Se r ies has been expanded to five shows, beginning with "Thou Swell" A R odgers and Hart Revue starring John Lariviere and J eanne Lynn Gray on Nov. 10. This entertaining revue TH ROUGH SATURDAY, NOV. 2 Journey Stories Scavenger Hunt: Elisabeth Lahti Library, 15200 S.W. Adams A ve., Indiantown. Meant for elementary and middle school students. The hunt is available during library hours. F or more information, call (772) 2211403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us.FRIDAY, OCT. 25 Take Home a Nude' art party: 5:30-7:30 p.m., art studio at the Elliott Museum in Stuart. Participating artists have donated sketches, drawings and paintings of nudes specifically for this event. Artists drawing from a live model will be on hand to demonstrate how the work is created. Admission is $10 at the front desk on the evening. Benefits the year-round educational arts programming at the museum. F or more information, call (772) 225-1961. Owl's Howl Halloween Ghoula:' 8 p.m. to 1 p.m., Flagler Center, 201 S.W. Flagler A ve., Stuart. Costumes encouraged or classy-casual attire. Eat, drink and be scary. Annual benefit for the Tr easure Coast Wildlife Center in Palm City. F or more information or tickets, call (772) 286-6200 or visit www.tcwild.org. Trick-or-Treat: 3-5 p.m., Children's Museum of the T reasure Coast, 1707 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Children are welcome to dress in costumes and trickor-treat around the museum for family fun. Regular museum admission applies. F or more information, call the museum at (772) 225-7575 or visit www.childrensmuseumtc.org. T hird annual Run to Row: 7 p.m. at the Community Boathouse, 771 S.W. 28th Street, Palm City. The Treasure Coast Rowing Club Juniors invites the community to participate as runners or sponsors for the event, a fundraiser for the high school program of the Rowing Club. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of an eight boat and oars. Sponsorship opportuniSee OUT, B2ARIES March 21/April 20Don't race ahead to get the early advantage this week, Aries. Practice patience in all that you do this week, and you may find greater success.TA URU S April 21/May 21T aurus, there is a high level of uncertainty in your life right now, so it is best to take a conservative approach regarding your finances. Take big decisions seriously.GEMINI May 22/June 21K eep your options open, as things look promising this week, Gemini. Many things will catch your eye, but you will have to make some tough decisions.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, your career takes an unexpected turn that leads you in an exciting new direction. But these changes may take a few weeks or even months to fully develop.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, you may have your sights set on an exotic vacation, but you just don't have the money to make it happen right now. Save for your dream getaway or take a quick jaunt to recharge.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, you may prefer clearly defined relationships, but this week someone comes into your life who you just can't read. This person makes a lasting impression.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, although your vision for the future is grand, you may not know how to execute your rise to success right now. Find a mentor who can show you the ropes.SC O RPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Scorpio, you may not have the time to be a shoulder to cry on this week, but a trusted confidante will need your assistance. Take the time out W eek of 10-25-2013See SCOPES, B6 Ma r tin CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 2013By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown NewsFORT PIERCE Comedy Corner is back on Sa turday, Oct. 26 at 8:30 p .m. with a great comedy show, costume contest a free late night Halloween showing of Rocky Horror Picture Show and more. The show will feature two headliners Carl Rimi and Lisa Corrao, brought to you by the owners of the Improv and hosted by C asey N' Spaz Comedy, tickets are $15. Mr. Rimi seen on ABC and winner of the Las V egas Comedy Festival; takes a nice, warm bath in sarcasm. His ability to deliver intellectual humor and physical comedy in a fast-paced style helps turn the mundane into the insane. His gift of improvisation and his ability to read an audience are his greatest strengths and have made 2 013 Jensen Beach High School Homecoming court c andidates Tatum Chafin, Dennis Fiore, Jenny Kilbride, Will Corell, Olivia V anderWerff, Connor Manno, Hope Cotten and Christopher Justice ride by in the parade on Thursday, Oct. 18. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Comedy show returns with classicF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee COMEDY, B3Cabaret series returns Nov. 10F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee CABARET, B5 Out &about

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ties are available from $100 to $1000. New this year, the run will be held in the evening featuring a post-race party with food trucks and live music. The entrance fee is $25 per runner until Oct. 21, and $30 per runner from Oct. 22 through Oct. 25. Runners can sign up online at www.active.com or download a registration form from www.treasurecoastrowingclub.com. Timing and results for the race will be done by MCM Timing. Runners of all age g roups and skill levels are welcome to participate. For more information about the run, email runtorow5K@gmail.com or for club information visit www.treasurecoastrowing.com .FRIDAY & SAT URDAY, OCT. 25-26 VIVA Florida 500 Art Show: Ends Oct. 26. The Elliott Museum celebrates VIVA Florida 500 with the 'You Be the Judge' art show. This is one art show featuring 224 pieces from 129 artists, in two locations. Vote for the People's Choice award. The show is located at the Elliott Museum, 825 N.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart (regular museum admission of $12 for non-members; hours are Monday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and at the Court House Cultural Center, 80 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart (suggested donation of $5; hours are Tuesday through F riday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) For more information, visit www.elliottmuseum.org and www.martinarts.org. Zombie Paintball: F riday and Saturday nights, through Nov. 2, at D&D Farms, 5059 S.W. Citrus Blvd., Palm City. Sessions start at 7 p.m.; last session each night starts at 1 0:50 p.m. The zombies and mutant vegetables are after us and you help by shooting with anti-zombie paintballs. $15 per person in advance online; $20 at the gate. Groups of 14 or more discounted. Visit http://www.danddfamilyfarms.com/buyzombie.php. Indiantown Rodeo: T imer P owers Park on Citrus Boulevard, Indiantown. Bull F riday, October 25, 2013 B2 Martin CountyHometown News 077521 Ronnies Supreme Pizza &Subs 1-16ŽLarge Pizza &10 WingsWith 2 Ltr Soda$16992-9ŽCheese Steak SubsWith Fries$10992-16ŽPizzasCoupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 10/31/13 Coupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 10/31/13 Coupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 10/31/13 Coupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 10/31/132 Toppings only. 1 Dozen Garlic Knots with 2 Ltr. Soda$1999 $2999Party Pleaser2-18ŽPizzas(2 toppings combined)10 Wings 1 Doz Knots 2 Ltr Soda Mon &Tues 1-16Ž Pizza $5.00 Pick-up Only 2 or More Pizzas Delivery077520PLEASE MENTION COUPONS UPON ORDERING Serving Jensen Beach & surrounding areas. For the past 24 Years!772-334-95272021 Savannah Rd, Jensen Beach(next to Cumberland Farms) $300OFFAny Specialty Pizza16ŽCheese Pizzawith 6 Ga r lic KnotsF amily Special 18ŽPizza$1499Exp.11/19/13 Pick-up or Dine-in! Plus Tax Plus Tax50% OFFB uy 1 EntreGet the 2nd 1/2 OFFof equal or lesser value.6546 South Kanner Highway,Stuart € Kanner Crossing Plaza (Next to Publix)772.286.2121 We D eliver! By P ublixWEOFFERCA TERINGFORALLOC CASIONS CL OSEDSUNDAYS048334 Must Present Coupon.Exp.11/19/13Bring In Coupon Not Valid with any other specials.Exp.11/19/13Bring In Coupon.Exp.11/19/13 Dine-In Only$10001 Topping with 12 Garlic Knots 2-Liter Soda 778620 Expires 10/30/13. 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. 077708 778642 Fall Fest will feature local country, pop artist P ALM CITY The Palm City Fall Fest, presented by the Palm City Chamber of C ommerce, will be at the Lance Corporal Justin Wilson M emorial Park on Saturday, O ct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The festival will feature C assidy Diana Wetherell who is an up-and-coming singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Ms. Wetherell recently travelled to Nashville to record three song demos with Trace A dkins's band and performed live at The Bluebird CafŽ, at The Commodore Grill and on The Billy Block Show. O pening for musical greats like Darryl Worley, Michael Allman, David Ray, and many more, Ms. Wetherell performs both country and pop music. Locally, she is a member of Ma rt in County High School's OPUS and sings at numerous veteran support events y early. To be a vendor at this y ear's Fall Fest, applications are now available. Booth spaces are $75 for members and $100 for non-members. F or more information about Fall Fest,visit www.palmcitychamber.com or call 772-286-8121. F or more information about Ms.Wetherell,visit www.cassidydiana.com.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com OutF rom page B1 See OUT, B3

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riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, team roping, bareback riding, saddlebronc riding, barrel racing, more. Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and Women's Pro Rodeo Association sanctioned events. Gates open at 4 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m. Live music at 5 p.m. Advance tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children; tickets at gate are $15 adults, $8 for children. Tickets available at Seacoast National Bank branches. F or more information, call (772) 59721 84 or visit www.indiantownchamber.com.SAT URDAY, OCT. 26 Creepy Creature Feature: Snakes:' Hobe Sound Nature Center, 13640 U.S. 1, Hobe Sound. Two presentations are scheduled one at 6:30 p.m., another at 7:30 p.m. There will be a special snake presentation by Chris Hartmann from the University of Florida, as well as crafts, live wildlife displays, games, refreshments. Reservations are required, $3 per person. Space is limited. F or more information, call (772) 546-2067 or make a reservation online at hobesoundnaturecenter.com. 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show:' 9 p.m., the Barn T heatre, 2400 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. The classic show, complete with shadowcast and audience participation. T ickets are $10 and may be purchased at the box office. No outside props allowed; a complete prop bag will be available at the door for $7. For more information, call Maureen Gawel at (772) 286743 1. Presentation of Historic Plaque: 11 a.m., New Monrovia One-Room Schoolhouse, 4455 S.E. Murray Street in New Monrovia Park. Plaque will commemorate the historic one-room school, once known as the "Salerno Colored School," built in 1930; the dedication will feature Commissioner Sarah Heard and former students. Free. For more information, call (772) 221-1329. Palm City Fall Fest: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Event for all ages, featuring music, arts and crafts booths, vendors, classic car show with hot rods, motorcycles and trucks. There will be a children's area featuring the annual pumpkin decorating contest, sack races, bounce houses, arts and crafts and more. Held at Lance Corporal Justin J. Wilson Memorial Park, 2050 S.W. Mapp Road, Palm City. Free admission. Y Spooktacular celebration: 4-7:30 p.m., Y Sportsworld, 2700 S.E. Willoughby Blvd., Stuart. Games, candy, a rock wall, trampolines, obstacle courses, spooky room, contests and more. Ti cket required, plus a bag of individually wrapped candy with no nuts or peanut butter. Advance tickets are $6 for members; $8 for non-members. Tickets on the date are $10. F or more information, call (772) 223-1606. Black Bird Festival: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Pinder's Nursery, 5500 S.W. Martin Highway, Palm City. All ages event. Seed planting and takeaway pot, bean bag toss for children, employee scarecrow contest voting, more. Free admission. Donations of unexpired canned or dry food will be collected, to help families in our area have a joyful holiday season. Call (772) 286-0284 or preregister at pindersnursery.com. Met Live: 'The Nose' (Shostakovich): 1 2:55 p.m., Regal Treasure Coast Mall Stadium 16, Jensen Beach. P aulo Szot reprises his acclaimed performance of a bureaucrat, whose satirical misadventures in search of his missing nose are based on Gogol's comic story. Approx. 2 hours, 15 minutes. Not rated. T ickets are $25 for adults, $23 for seniors, $19 for child. For tickets, visit fandango.com Nestor Torres at the Lyric T heatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets are $40. F or more information, call (772) 286-7827. Save Our River 5K run and 1K walk: 8 a.m. race start time. New event, a benefit for Florida Oceanographic Society and their research on the coastal ecosystem. Registration is $30 for registration through race day. Registration includes an event shirt and food and refreshments after the race. For more information on the race, or to register, visit www.saveourriver5K.com. Hobgoblins on Main Street: All-day family festival along Osceola Street in downtown Stuart. Includes a classic car show and trunk-ortreat style trick-or-treating with downtown Stuart merchants. F amily and children's costume contests and parade, plus live music, children's crafts, and vendors. F or more information, call Stuart Main Street at (772) 286-2848 or visit stuartmainstreet.org.SAT URDAY, OCT. 26 SUNDAY, OCT. 27 Tropical Ranch Botanical Gardens: Martin County's only botanical garden will be open to the public for a plant sale (with bromeliads on 10 percent discount) on Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. V ariety of sun and shade plants, plus rarer plants. On Saturday, there will also be a him one of the most sought after comics on the circuit today. Ms. Corrao is based out of Ft. Lauderdale. She is a tiny I talian girl originally from N ew York. So, naturally, she has repressed rage and an innate Napoleon complex that makes her want to take on the world in a big way. H er love of stand-up came at an early age, as her father would let her stay up late to watch the comedians on C arson and Letterman. L uckily, being a night-owl is also perfect for this profession. By high school, while other girls were keeping diaries about boys, Lisa began writing jokes in a notebook. Mr. Corrao has performed in Comedy Central's South Beach Comedy F estival, the Women in Comedy Festival, and The Boston C omedy Festival, spokeswoman for Festival Flea Ma r ket Commercials and can be seen on Nick, Jr. F ollowing the laughter of C omedy Corner, have a S pook-tacular time with a free showing of Rocky Horr or Picture Show. For those that dare, come dressed in costume and receive a free ghoulish drink and have the opportunity to participate in the Best Costume Contest. Enjoy Time Warp Dancing and trivia to get the Halloween Spirit going. Best C ostume winner prizes r ange from tickets to upcoming shows at the Sunr ise Theatre to a stay for two at the Vistana Beach Club on H utchinson Island. The Sunrise Theatre is located at 117 South Second St r eet,Fort Pierce,Florida. F or tickets and information, call the box office at (772) 461-4775 or online at www.SunriseTheatre.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County B3 077288 778621Win two VIP tickets to the Pineapple FestivalAll Zombies, young and old, who invade Jammin' Jensen in downtown Jensen Beach on Thursday, October 31st from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM will be judged on the best Zombie costume and Zombie make-up and the best Zombie walk. Three winners will be chosen. There is no registration fee. Just show up as a Zombie and stroll around Jammin' Jensen and you could win two VIP tickets to the Pineapple Festival. 077529I I a a n n   s s T T r r o o p p i i c c a a l l G G r r i i l l l lE E a a s s t t O O c c e e a a n n B B l l v v d d S S t t u u a a r r t twww.HometownNewsol.com5 5 0 0 % % O O F F F FG G i i f f t t C C e e r r t t i i f f i i c c a a t t e e s sN N O O W W A A V V A A I I L L A A B B L L E E O O N N L L I I N N E E Ready for aWickedGood Time?Thursday, October 31st Halloween Party!Costume Contest Ca$H PrizesSpooky SpecialsŽ W ahoos Riverhouse915 NW Flagler Ave. € Stuart. 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TREASURE COAST B eginning early next year, Wo r kforce Solutions will become CareerSource R esearch Coast as part of a new universal brand identity to align Florida's nationally r ecognized workforce system. The new brand, CareerS ource Florida, is a result of extensive market research and input from local leaders, employers, job seekers, workforce professionals and community partners throughout F lorida. The name, logo and charter for the entire workforce system were approved unanimously by the Workforce Florida Board of Directors this spring. The Workforce Solutions Board of Di r ectors recently approved its aligned regional brand name. "Our Board of Directors felt the new synergistic approach to branding would provide the region with higher visibility allowing us to reach and serve more job seekers and more area employers," said Richard Stetson president/CEO of Workforce S olutions. As a member of the CareerS ource Florida System, Career S ource Research Coast and its more than 15 access points that serve job seekers, workers and businesses in Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee and St. Lucie counties will begin using the new name following a statewide brand launch in early 2014. The statewide rebranding effort was initiated to provide greater clarity and consistency among publicly funded workforce entities that serve job seekers and businesses and to enhance the ability of workforce boards to leverage their resources to improve the system's efficiency and effectiveness. Regional workforce boards retain their flexibility to design and deliver programs that best address local workforce needs. Workforce S olutions' commitment to providing outstanding customer service remains a top priority. "We strive each day to provide our job seekers and employers the very best service," Mr. Stetson said. "We intend to capitalize on the increased awareness of our services brought on by this rebranding initiative to continue to work with our partners to improve and/or strengthen existing program and services and perhaps even develop new opportunities for the communities we serve." Led by Workforce Florida, the statewide workforce investment board, Workforce S olutions, along with its 23 r egional board counterparts, conducted a comprehensive study to evaluate the development of a unified brand in r esponse to the 2012 Regional Wo r kforce Boards Accountability Act, which was passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Governor Rick Scott. Mo re than 1,500 Floridians directly contributed to the r esearch and brand development during a six-month collaborative process that included 27 focus groups in 10 cities and statewide surveys of job seekers, workers and employers. Fo r more information about the workforce system branding initiative,visit www.yourworkforcesolutions.com/care ersource.html. Job service to change namesF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com One thing that I noted from watching golf this year is that the r ules of golf are not as simple and "fair" as one would expect. We saw Tiger Woods get nailed on a couple of occasions milking the rules in his favor, and on a couple others where they smacked him in the forehead. Over the years I have come to believe that those golfers playing for big dollars are given a better set of rules under which to play. Y ear ago at The Masters Ernie Els cranked his drive on the 11th hole a good 30 yards into the trees. I think he needed a flashlight to find it; the shade was so dark at those depths. Yet, when he found his ball, resting comfortably under a pile of limbs he decided he needed r elief. He tried to move the limbs but couldn't uncover his ball without moving it and incurring a penalty. He asked for a ruling, suggesting to officials that the pile was debris that the club had piled there with the intention of moving it at a later date. Anyone who knows anything about Augusta National will tell you that they don't simply leave stuff piled around. The first two officials on the scene denied Els' request and told him to play the ball as it lie. Els wanted yet another opinion and finally got the club's Competition Chairman to agree with him. The drop saved Els from having to return to the tee and hit his third shot from there. I can just see me asking my playing partners the following question this coming w eekend. M e: "Hey guys, I'm going to need to move my ball without penalty. It's buried under a bunch of old, dead limbs." Them: "Who said that? Where are you?" M e: "Over here in the forest. I'm stuck under these trees with squirrels throwing acorns at me." Them: "Are you nuts? You hit it in there, you hit it out! And don't move it or anything else to help you." Then their laughter would fill the air. My question: Why should someone playing as a professional, with over a million dollars riding for first place, get relief if I can't? The PGA Tour runs ads all ov er the print media and on television with the slogan, "These guys are good." Well if they're so good, what are they doing hitting tee shots into the woods? And if they are really good, I want to see them hit it out. I nstead we get five minutes of whining and pacing and walkie-talkie conversations that ultimately allow a player to move his ball. Els benefited from some serious S outhern Hospitality that day. I remember a sudden death playoff between S tewart Cink and Ted Purdy at the MCI Heritage at H arbor Town. Many golf fans sat stunned in their Lay-ZBo ys as Cink improved his lie in a waste area. On the fifth hole of their playoff, Cink hit his tee shot into the waste bunker along the 16th hole's left side. As he walked to his ball he asked S lugger White, head rules official for the PGA Tour, what his options were in the waste area. Slugger informed Cink that he was allowed to r emove loose impediments such as rocks and pebbles, leaves and such. What Cink wound up doing was something that many fans felt was not only a sad interpretation of the r ules, but cheating. He proceeded to tidy up the area behind his ball. He plucked little stones from the area and tossed them aside. The he proceeded to do what one cannot do no matter where y ou are on the golf course. He improved his lie. I watched in dismay as Cink r an his fingers behind the ball creating a nice little trough, effectively teeing his ball up. It made it very easy to get his club on the ball, control the distance and spin and knock the ball close enough to make a birdie putt and win the tournament. The one that kills me during a tournament is when the pros get a free drop from under a bush or a tree because there is a television cable running nearby. Or they have a temporary, immovable obstruction, such as a sign or grandstands in their way and get free relief from having to hit around, ov er or through them. You hit it there, suffer the consequences. They don't put those things in the middle of the fairway! Ev ery sport needs rules to govern its play. Knowing how the rules work and using their interpretation to your advantage to gain any edge they allow is commendable. That doesn't mean that we should stray from the spirit of the rules or continue to allow rules to be bent beyond their intention. Golf's first rule is, "Play it as it lies." I guess this only pertains to those of us not playing for millions of dollars. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. He hosts the Thursday Night G olf Show on WSTU 1450AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. All's fair in love and golf GOLFJAMES STAM MER F riday, October 25, 2013 B4 Martin CountyHometown News 078190 1500 SW Capri Street, Palm City, FL 34990 (Corner of Mapp & Matheson) sandhillcove.com ART S A L E A N D S H O WPr ofessional Local ArtistsO pen to the Public ~ Free Admission Peoples ChoiceŽ Awards F riday, November 8, 2013 ~ 10 A.M. … 2:00 P.M. Pr oceeds benefit the C omplimentary Lunch ~ RSVP: 772-220-1090 077472Answers located in Classified Section seminar by Dr. Rich Oswald on bromeliads at 10 a.m. On Sunday, at 1 p.m., Dr. Rich Oswald will lead a tour of the gardens. Free admission to tour the 13 themed gardens, located at 1905 S.W. Ranch T rail in the Tropical Farms area. Call (772) 283-5565 or visit www.trbg.us.SUNDAY, OCT. 27 Jensen Beach Elementary F all Festival: 4-7 p.m. at the elementary school. Inflatable slide, obstacle course, joust game, bungee jumper, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, temporary tattoos, costume contest, cake walk, pumpkin patch, crafts, games, trunk-ortreat, carnival treats, ice cream, more. Admission is $3 per person, or $5 wristband (includes admission and unlimited access to most rides and attractions). F amily Harvest Festival: 15 p.m., Love and Hope in Action (LAHIA), 1760 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart. Petting zoo, face painting, familyfriendly activities. Benefit for LA H IA. Admission is $1 plus canned goods. F or more information, visit http://lahia.org. A Sunday afternoon of Jazz featuring Randy Corinthian and the David Anderson Middle School Band Drumline, L yric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler A ve., Stuart. 4 p.m. Healthy treats provided courtesy of East Stuart Youth Initiative Culinary Kids. Tickets are $30. F or sponsorship information, contact Kraig McHardy at (772) 201-2238.For more information, call the box office at (772) 286-7827.TU ESDAY, OCT. 29 Growl-o-ween Party:' 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., The Fur Seasons, 1310 S.W. Commerce Wa y, Stuart. A play day for animals, with dress up, games, competitions for prizes, and photos with the "Mystery Monster." $30. Reservations required. F or more information, call (772) 286-8283. Affordable Care Act presentation: 11 a.m., Blake Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey Road, Stuart. Key components of the ACA will be clarified. Each one-hour presentation is free and open to the public. F or more information, call (772) 221-1403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us. Whitefly and Other Nuisance Pests: 2:30-4:30 p.m., Cummings Library, Palm City. Part of the Your Florida Y ard Lecture Series, presented by Fred Burkey. Free, open to the public. F or more information or directions, call (772) 288-5654 or visit www.martin.ifas.ufl.edu.WEDN ESDAY, OCT. 30 Republican Networking Social: Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House, 1401 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Speaker is Ron Wardell InsuranceOutF rom page B3 See OUT, B5 778461ADVERTISING SALESWe are looking for the Best &the BrightestWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced represenatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401k plan.EOE, we drug test. Send a resume to: Opportunity@hometownnewsOL.com Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you.

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Clubs &classes Editor's note: If any of the information below is incorr ect or no longer valid,please contact H ometown News at (772) 465-5656. A+ Friendship Group: N ondenominational group for age 50 and older, meets M ondays and Fridays, (except holidays), from 6:309 p.m. for cards and games. S nacks are provided, with a $1 donation accepted. Meeting place is at the Vince B occhino Community Center at Langford Park, 2369 N.E. Dixie Highway, Jensen B each. F or more information, call (772) 334-1964. ABC Book Discussion Gr oup at the Cummings L ibrary: The group meets the first Wednesday of every month at 6 p.m. in the DiTerlizzi Room. F or more information,call (772) 221-1403. Alzheimer's Care Support Gr oup for caregivers of a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, or for those who have been recently diagnosed with the disease. Emeritus at Jensen B each hosts this group. There is no cost to attend this group. Everyone who is living with a friend or family member with Alzheimer's is encouraged to attend. Support group meetings are second Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. at Emeritus at J ensen Beach located at 1700 N.E. Indian River Drive in J ensen Beach. F or more information (772) 225-1355. American Legion and A uxiliary,No.62: M eetings for this Stuart and Palm City group are held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the VFW and American Legion Post, just west of the police complex on Monterey Road in Stuart. New members are welcome. For more information,call (772) 288-2757. Annie's Book Club: The club meets in the Chason C onference Room at the Elisabeth Lahti Library in I ndiantown on the first Tuesday of the month at 10 a.m. F or more information,call (772) 221-1403. Chess Club of Martin Coun ty: T wo meetings each w eek, from 7-9 p.m. on Thursdays and Saturdays at O cean Palms in Stuart. Annual membership is $10. Applications for membership are open to all ages. F or more information,call (772) 2238042 or (772) 215-6202. C oconut Republic Parrot H ead Club: M onthly social is the first Wednesday of each month, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Conchy Joe's Seafood R estaurant and Bar, 3445 N.E. In dian River Drive, Jensen B each. F or more information, visit www.coconutrepublicparrotheadclub.com C ouncil on Aging of Martin County: Offers luncheons, classes and card clubs during the month. Meet at the Log Cabin Senior Activity C enter, 2369 N.E. Dixie Highway, Jensen Beach. F or more information,call (772) 334 2926. The Daughters of the Br itish Empire: Any woman of British ancestry, parents to great-grandparents, including those from British Commonwealth nations, are welcome. F or more information, call (772) 221-3829 or (772) 286-2724. F lorida Trail Association: M eets the second Monday of each month from 7-9 p.m. F or more information,call (772) 219-4955. Fr ench Rendez-Vous: For those interested in French language, culture and cuisine. F or more information, call (772) 285-1297 or (772) 221-2459. The Friends'Book Depot a collaborative effort of all six Fr iends Groups of the Martin C ounty Library System is open from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.Executive on how the Affordable Care Act will impact us all. Call Darlene at (772) 28574 47 for further information W hitefly and Other Nuisance Pests:' 2:30-4:30 p.m., Hoke Library, Jensen Beach. Part of the Your Florida Y ard Lecture Series, presented by Fred Burkey. Free, open to the public. Call (772) 288-5654 or visit www.martin.ifas.ufl.edu.THUR SDAY, OCT. 31 'Mall-O-Ween:' 5:30-7:30 p.m., Treasure Coast Square mall, Jensen Beach. Mall-wide event. Trick-or-treat in costume and receive candy from participating retailers. Free, public welcome. Toy weapons, costumes should be worn only during event hours; masks allowed only on children 12 and younger. Call (772) 692-9401. THUR SDAY, OCT. 31 SAT URDAY, NOV. 2 The Rocky Horror Show:' Curtain Call presents the wild, sexy live musical that became a movie and started a 35-year cultural phenomenon. Cast is filled with professional dancers and actors from across south Florida committed to performing the iconic show. Performances start at 8 p.m., T hursday, Friday and Saturday, in the Jensen Beach Performing Arts Center on the campus of Jensen Beach High School, 28 75 N.W. Goldenrod Road, Jensen Beach. The interactive show runs approximately 1 hour, 45 minutes, with a short intermission. Prop bags will be provided. Adult tickets are $25; student tickets are $18. For tickets or more information, call (866) 811-4111 or visit www.curtaincallfl.com. 'Of Mice and Men:' The classic tragic story of the friendship between two migrant workers, George and mentally challenged Lenny, and their dream of owning a farm. Produced by Indian River State College students at McAlpin Fine Arts Center on the main campus in Fort Pierce. Shows are at 7 p.m. on both Thursday and Friday; two shows on Saturday, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Call (772) 46247 50 or visit IR S C.edu.FRIDAY, NOV. 1 Twilight Honor Flight 5k: 5:45 p.m., Witham Field, Stuart. Runners provided with red, white and blue glow gear will run the airport amid the nighttime aerial acrobatics, fireworks and balloon glow. T he event benefits Honor Flight, an organization that flies World W ar II veterans to Washington D.C. to see the World War II monument. Register online at www.active.com Call (855) 359-2838.FRIDAY, NO V. 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 3 Stuart Air Show Witham Field. Friday night twilight air show (from 5-10 p.m.) features twilight air performers, live music by the Nouveaux Honkies, balloon glow, amusement rides, and fireworks finale. Saturday (9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) and Sunday (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), enjoy aircraft and military equipment displays, aerobatic performances, helicopter rides, balloon rides, children's rides and activities, and vendor and community booths. F or more information, visit www.stuartairshow.com.FRIDAY, NO V. 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 10 Martin County Senior Games: 2 4th year. 13 sporting events golf, basketball shooting, doubles tennis, singles tennis, track, field, horseshoes, swimming, a 5K run, bowling, cycling and table tennis will take place at various locations and dates through Martin and St. Lucie counties. Fee to participate is $10 (includes one sport); $20 for bowling and $25 for the golf tournament. Register from Oct. 1-31 on http://econnect.martin.fl.us Call (772) 221-1419 or email jmoore@martin.fl.us.SAT URDAY, NOV. 2 OPUS golf tournament: 1 9th annual tournament to benefit the OPUS 2014 choir. 7:30 a.m. check-in, continental breakfast and range warm up. Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. F our-person scramble format. Lunch at 12:30 p.m., followed by an OPUS choir performance at 1 p.m. $125 fee per player includes greens fee & cart, range balls, breakfast, buffet lunch, auction, concert. Additional guests can attend the luncheon and concert performance for $40. F or more information, contact golf chairman James Flannery at (772) 214-9574 or email travlinjim@netscape.com. Harvest Ride for Friends in Pink: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 63 mile ride through three counties, with stops including P ot Belly Deli, American Legion Post 39, Captain Jax, Chillin' the Most, and ending at Treasure Coast Harley Davidson. Early registration for the poker run is $20; first 200 people receive gift bag including event T-shirt. Live music, games, face painting, prizes, silent and Chinese auctions, food, vendors, fun for the family. Starts at the Pot Belly Deli, 101 N. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. To buy tickets, visit www.pinktiefriends.org. Call Kitty Hallock at (772) 2935254 or email kittycvr123@gmail.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, October 25, 2013 Martin County B5 076510 OFFICE LOCATIONS IN PORT ST. LUCIE AND STUART1801 SE Hillmoor Drive, Suite A104, Port St. Lucie, FL34952 407ASEOcean Boulevard, Stuart, FL34994772-398-4550€ Like us on wwww.facebook.com/Dr.Shipe Stuart S. 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T ickets are now on sale by calling 772-223-7800 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday), or online at www.kanecenter.org. Individual ticket prices are $15 for Kane members and $20 for nonmembers; the series is available for $60 for members and $90 for non-members. Mo re details are online at www.kanecenter.org.CabaretF rom page B1

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for this special friend.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Y ou are not in complete control of your feelings this week, Sagittarius. Make a concerted effort to control your emotions when conflict arises.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, surprises are coming your way. Though you may want to control the situation, you have to sit back and let the chips fall where they may.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Aquarius, don't allow daydreaming to distract you from the tasks at hand. Distractions will only derail your plans, so do your best to keep them at a minimum.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, an ongoing issue must be addressed this week. Proscratination will only delay the inevitable, so tackle this issue head-on. every Saturday and Sunday in Building H, No. 15, at the B & A Flea Market, 2885 S. Federal Highway, in Stuart. The B ook Depot offers rare, antiquarian books, children's' books and audio-visual material. Donations are welcome at the Book Depot from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Mondays and Wednesdays or Ma r tin County libraries. For more information,call Eric B uetens at (772) 546-6633. G ames for Martin County seniors: 12:30-4 p.m. on W ednesdays at the Flagler Re creation Center in Stuart. No cost. F or more information,call (772) 288-5335. G eneral Motors Retirement Club: F or information about the next meeting,call (772) 878-6003. H alpatiokee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution: F or information,call (772) 288-4306. H istorical Map Club: A club for people interested in historical maps. C all (772) 219-9778. H obe Sound Fine Arts League: F or information,call (772) 546-2946. H obe Sound/Port Salerno Rotary Club: This servicefocused organization is dedicated to serving the local community and supports a number of local charities, works on hands-on projects, and supports national and international projects. For more information,call (772) 221-9193. H obe Sound Public L ibrary Book Club: F or information,call (772) 221-1403. H oke Library Book Club: M eet at the library in Jensen B each. F or information,call (772) 221-1403. H umanity's Team: For information,call (772) 7084611. J ensen Beach Garden Club: F or information,call (772) 692-2245. K entucky Society of the Tr easure Coast: F or information,call (772) 692-3715. La Leche League: P alm City branch meets the second Saturday of each month. M others with their nursing babies and mothers-to-be are welcome. F or directions to the meeting or more information,please call (772) 2331883. L ine dancing at Bocchio C enter in Jensen Beach, across from Log Cabin, Fridays from 10 a.m.-noon. Cost is $2 per person. F or more information,call (772) 2830619. L ucie's Creative Crafters and Vendors: The group holds a craft show and sale most weekends at different locations. Sales benefit the crafters and some local charities. F or more information, call (772) 873-2981. Ma r iner's Barbershop Chorus of Martin and St. L ucie County: W eekly meeting is from 7-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays at North Stuart Baptist Church, 1950 U.S. 1, Stuart. F or more information,call (772) 460-2754. Christopher Michael SorensonChristopher Michael So r enson, 36, of Stuart, died O ct. 6, 2013. He was a Martin County Fi re R escue firefighter-paramedic. He is survived by his two children, Christian and Lyla; mother, Michelle; father, Greg (Irene); six siblings, Theresa, Kimberly, David, B enjamin, Scott and H eather; his grandmother, Ann; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and fire department family. Ar r angements by Haisley F uneral & Cremation Service.Martha T. SharpMa r tha T. Sharp, 91, of H obe Sound, died Oct. 13, 2013. Ar r angements by All County Funeral Home & Crematory.Timothy SchuettT imothy Schuett, 61, of S tuart, died Oct. 15, 2013. Ar ra ngements by All County Funeral Home & Crematory.L ouise FralickLouise Fralick, 75, of Palm City, died Oct. 14, 2013. Ar ra ngements by All County Funeral Home & Crematory. F riday, October 25, 2013 B6 Martin CountyHometown News 077178Inside Emerald Plaza1300 NWUS1 € Stuart, FL 34994 € 772-692-8768www.allnailsandfacialbyjoanna.infoOpen 9am-7pm Mon-SatF ull Set Nail Design Manicure & Pedicure F ull Wax Service $1000 MANICURE~ $1800 GEL $2500 MANI-PEDITUESDAY &WEDNESDAY ONLYWITHTHISADONLY€ EXP11-8-13 077048 ELECTRIC & AIR$3000OFFANY SERVICE772-905-2104www.EliteElectricAndAir.comER0011841 CAC1816433778608 078179 048336 ObituariesFewer mullet doesn't mean fewer fishWell anglers, the mullet have slowed a bit. There's still some out there, but the runs have not been as long. Su rf anglers, fish early for the best selection blues, mac's, jacks and yes there is still snook. Anglers are casting spoons, cut bait and plenty of DOA bait busters to find their fish. Blues and macs are taking cut bait and spoons, if it flashes or dash's they are on it. Cut bait and use along a shank hook to keep them from biting the rig off. B ut that is not the only r od bender in the surf: Jacks are my favorite they will eat anything. The snook are a little more work, but they are still there in good numbers. Remember, fish early. By midafternoon, I had heard the word whiting' used several times. Anglers, they are excellent table fare and there all day. No w about the tarpon it's getting late in their season, but there's still a few out there. These fish have been in and out throughout the day. Use live baits, there's plenty of big fish. In the Indian River, from C ounty Line Road north, r ed fish have been biting from low-light throughout the day. At mid-day, catch in the high tide using smaller bait, small spoon, small paddle tail or a live shrimp all have had good r esults. Tr out at the top of the slot have been found from He r man's Bay north. They are swimming with a mix of r eds. The mullet have thinned out, so that school of fish y ou see coming is either blues or jacks. You make the call; do I or don't I cast in their direction? There are still plenty of snook in the area. I'm talking big fish well over the slot at the bridges. There are small and slot fish in the flats. Live baits are preferred. Tarpon have been up early, before the sun is up, so pick a bridge and catch a fish. Br idges have been hot with fish feeding all day. Fr om blues to snook and even some snapper and drum, everything is biting. There haven't been too many anglers offshore this w eek. I'm not sure why, the w eather has been perfect. D eep fishing offers a va r iety of good size dolphin to wahoo, with plenty of small black fins. Whether trolled or live, Push Button H ill is the location. Up close to the shore there has been an early run of Spanish macs north of the Inlet toward the House of Refuge. They have been found in 20feet using a F lash Minnow jig. Fr om 60-feet out there are small dolphin feeding. I hope they grow up quickly. Don't worry thought, the kings and bottom fish will keep you busy. Good news; the lake is no longer being drained, so we will be soon be finished with the fresh water and we can get back to almost normal. H enry Caimatto is the o wner of the Snook Nook Ba it and Tackle shop in J ensen Beach. 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