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Publication Date: April 6, 2007
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Car dealer discusses

expansion plans


BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer


LAKE PARK Busi-
ness has grown, and
now, so must the deal-
ership.
That's the philosophy
behind the expansion of
Earl Stewart Toyota on
U.S. 1 in Lake Park, just
on the border with


Church

expands

to include

school
BY JOHN SHANNON
Staff writer
PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS A church that's
been in the neighbor-
hood since 1962 is adding
a private elementary
school to its pre-school
and other community
programs..
By August, Trinity Unit-
ed Methodist Church of
Palm Beach Gardens will
add Trinity Christian
School to its 20-acre cam-
pus on Military Trail and
Gardenia Drive which, is
also the entrance to the
BallenIsles development.
"The school is a mis-


0 See CHURCH, A2


North Palm Beach.
Earl Stewart, owner of
the dealership, held a
meeting on March 29 to
discuss his expansion
plans with town resi-
dents.
Approximately 75
people attended the
meeting, he said.
) See EXPANSION, A9


FRIDAY April 6, 2007


Flyover art scrutinized


Gardens officials
want corrosion
remedied
BY JOHN SHANNON
Staff writer
PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS Motorists head-
ing over the 55-foot PGA
Boulevard flyover will
certainly notice four
steel-mesh sculptures,


but they may not notice
them rusting.
Nevertheless, Angela
Wong, the city's opera-
tions manager, has.
After routine inspec-
tions revealed corrosion
on the nearly $300,000
project, paid for by the
city's developer-funded
Art in Public Places pro-
gram, Ms. Wong sent a
letter to artist Wendy
Ross of Bethesda, Md.-


based Ross Sculpture
Studio, to fix the struc-
tures, which are under
warranty for one year.
"You can see it's dark-
er," Ms. Wong said. "But
driving at 45 mph, you
can't notice the corro-
sion."
The city accepted what
they were told were
"stainless, rust-resist-


I See FLYOVER, A7


HOMETOWN NEWS HOUR DEBUTS


Hobie Hiler/staff photographer
John Shannon, Hometown News' Palm Beach Gardens reporter and host of the new Hometown News Hour on
WJBW in Jupiter, interviews Earl Stewart, owner of Earl Stewart Toyota of North Palm Beach, during the debut show
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Park to

host 11th

annual

event

BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
NORTH PALM BEACH
- Environmentalists
young and old will learn
more about earth-sav-
ing .efforts at
Naturescaping.
The annual event is
held at John D.
MacArthur Beach State
Park in April, to coincide
with Earth Day, an event
held on April 22 each
year since 1970 to raise
environmental aware-
ness, according to
www.epa.gov.
"One of the most
important reasons (we
have the event) is to
educate the general
public about how
important it is to con-


Vendor Linda Gabelmann
NatureScaping 2005.
serve natural resources
and what they can do
(for the environment),"
:,;aid Art Carton, a park
services specialist.
"For instance, we'll be
educating people about
plans that don't require
;Hs nii'lCh water as others,
since we're going
through a drought right
now," he added.
Representatives from
Pahn Beach County's


showed her wares and conversed


Department of Environ-
mental Resource Man-
agement will give away
free seedlings, and some
plant vendors will have
such hard-to-find native
specimens as necklace
pod and coontie, said
Mr. Carton.
Some of Florida's
native creatures will
also be at the event.
The Okeeheelee
Nature Center of West


File photo
with visitors at


Palm Beach is con-
tributing some native
raptors, snakes and tor-
toises, said Mr. Carton.
Representatives from
Busch Wildlife Sanctu-
ary in Jupiter are also
bringing some animals
to display. They usually
bring a small alligator,
he said,
Larry Wood, curator at


) See EVENT, A4


There is

anew

council

in the city

BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
SINGER ISLAND -
Singer Island residents
were not exactly surprised
by the outcome of the
March 27 run-off election
in Riviera Beach, but they
were pleased.
"(Cedrick Thomas,
Lynne Hubbard and Shel-
by Lowe) are God-fearing,
caring, conscientious
elected officials who
care about all the people
who live in Riviera Beach,
and not
just Catalfumo/developer
dollars," said Singer Island
resident Roger Butts.
Incumbent Council-
women Ann lies, Vanessa
Lee and Liz Wade are out,
and the three candidates
) See COUNCIL, A4


Extension construction rolling along


BY JOHN SHANNON
Staff writer


PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS Soon, motorists
on PGA Boulevard may
breathe a little easier, as
the Kyoto Gardens Drive
extension will wrap up by
the end of December.
"Construction is contin-
uing," said city engineer
Dan Clark, referring to the
reliever road that will con-


nect Alternate A1A to Mili-
tary 1I 'a il and is expected
to take more than 8,000
trips oil I'G(-A.
Mr. Clark said he's
happy with the newly.
completed bridge that's
part of the extension. "It's
painted the same color as
the PGA flyover. It looks
very nice."
The lion's share of the
nearly $5 million, four-
lane, 2,300-foot roadway


was funded by Catalfumo
Construction and adopted
in 2000 as part of Palm
Beach Gardens' city link-
age plan.
It includes a $562,000
Florida East Coast
trackbed crossing. The city
is still waiting for a Florida
Department of Trans-
portation permit before
work begins on a future,
signalized intersection.
Catalfumo owns the 86-


acre site, bounded partial-
ly by the Winchester
Courts development to
the north and PGA to the
south.
Though the company
hasn't put a final name on
it, the working title of its
soon-to-be 240,000-
square-feet of office
space, 600,000-square-
feet industrial and 42,000-
square-feet zoned com-
mercial is the PGA


Corporate Center.
But it's future, said Joey
Eichner, Catalfumo's sen-
ior vice president of devel-
opment, depends entirely
upon the success of Catal-
fumo's bourgeoning par-
cel to the south, the PGA
Professional And Design
Center, across the street
from Loehmann's Plaza,
where Robb & Stucky has
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ture is Military Trail, which would extend diagonally to the bottom left.


Church
From page Al
sion of the church," said
principal Maryanne S.
Puglisi, who is happy to
see two years of permit
acquisitions conclude.
"We're ready to charge."
The $6 million, two-
story, 39,000-square-foot
school and gymnasium
will be a multi-purpose
structure for church func-
tions as well community
needs.


"The church can use it,
too," she said. "And
maybe the community
will have night basketball
or something."
Construction is going
well, she added. West
Palm Beach-based Quest,
the church's contractor, is
currently installing the
roof on the gymnasium.
Upon completion, the
school will hold rooms for
art, music, foreign lan-
guage, computers, a
media center and 10, K-5
classrooms, but will open


new classes one year at a
time, beginning with third
grade in August.
"The church has been
nice enough to share
rooms, so we can already
go up to second grade,"
she explained. "But we're
approved through fifth
grade."
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church leadership coun-
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church officials are look-
ing to other sources for
the rest.
"Phase II is reaching out
to the community," Ms.
Puglisi said. "It's a private.
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egghunt

BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
NORTH PALM BEACH
- When the Easter
Bunny visits the Village
of North Palm Beach this
year, he will leave some
eggs in an unusual spot.
The Village's recreation
staff has added a differ-
ent kind of egg hunt to
its list this year. Children
ages 13 and up can dive
into the swimming pool
at the North Palm Beach
Country Club to retrieve
eggs on April 7 at 10:30
a.m.
"We've been thinking
about doing an under-
water egg hunt for the
older kids for a couple of
years and thought we'd
give it a try this year,"
said Nancy Hensler,
assistant director of
parks and recreation.
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need to be worked out,
however.
"We were going to use
golf balls to weigh the
eggs down, but the balls
were too big. I think we
will put small rocks
inside (the eggs)," said
Ms. Hensler.
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what the turnout will be
for the new event, but
the other Easter egg
hunts are very success-
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)See HUNT, Al15


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Extension
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two showrooms.
"We're really excited
about the two parcels
working together," Mr.
Eichner said. "We're
going to make it happen."
A mile-long connector
road, called RCA Center
Drive, will eventually
open between the two
parcels from RCA Boule-
vard to Kyoto.
Though the jury's still
out on whether it will
come to fruition, Mr.
Eichner underscored the
importance and necessi-
ty of the Design Center
first becoming a Tri-Rail
transportation hub, com-
plete with affordable
housing and a hotel,
before any life science
companies will commit-
ment to locating at ,the
neighboring Corporate
Center.
Palm Beach Gardens
has committed with sur-


rounding municipalities
to bring former Gov. Jeb
Bush's vision of a bio-
science cluster to fruition
by doing what it can to
incubate "spin-off"
industries within eight
miles of the Scripps Flori-
da Research Institute in
Jupiter and soon to
expand across Donald
Ross Road into the Gar-
dens.
Though several hotels
already surround Catal-
fumo's Design Center, the
future home of its head-
quarters, room availabili-
ty is unlikely, Mr. Eichner
said. "We have tenants
who wanted to bring in
their training classes.
They couldn't book any
rooms. So, there's defi-
nitely a need for more
hotels."
Catalfumo is currently
working with Palm Beach
County's Business Devel-


opment Board, which has
already identified some
interested lifescience
companies.
"(The companies) are
excited about the site, but
they're waiting for the
rest of the components to
get approved," he said.
Start-up bioscience
companies are often run-
ning on shoe-string
budgets and need ancil-
lary services around
them, including mixed-
use areas with restau-
rants, shopping, hotels
and conference facilities,
before they can move in,
he said.
Buildings at the Corpo-
rate Center will be con-
structed on the south
side of Kyoto, including
plans for a large hotel.
Shannon@hometown-
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WEEK IN

REVIEW

Place of Hope continues
breakneck momentum
After expressing his gratitude to the many communi-
ty members who've helped, Charles Bender, executive
director of Place of Hope in Palm Beach Gardens,
announced last week the steady progress of its many
endeavors, as well as hiring new key players.
"All is well underway," Mr. Bender said, in a release,
referring to remodeling and design efforts by volunteers
Donald Livingston a general contractor, Don Hearing of
Cotleur & Hearing and local architect John Glidden, all
from in and around Palm Beach Gardens.
POH is a nonprofit, faith-based, state-licensed child
welfare organization providing stable transitional hous-
ing, education, transportation and employment sup-
port to foster children and youths who age out of the
system.
Last week, Mr. Bender hired Jesse Kendall of Palm
Beach Gardens as a residential manager and youth
advocate, which entails residing and working at the Vil-
lages of Hope, a $2.5 million, 12-bed duplex in an unin-
corporated section of the city.
The new director of shelter and transitional housing,
Gary Brannen of Palm Beach Gardens, is now manag-
ing its news Seven Stars Emergency Shelter.
To volunteer as a youth mentor or life coach, or to
donate to Place of Hope, call (561) 775-7195 or visit
www.placeofhope.com.

Downtown business celebrates anniversary
Radiance Skincare & Laser Clinic at Downtown at the
Gardens kicked off its one-year anniversary celebration
last Saturday with an open house.
Radiance offers myriad skin therapies, including
microdermabrasion, botox and laser hair removal.
Last week's open house included complimentary
makeovers, 20 percent off all services booked that day,
discounts on products and light fare.
For more information, call (561) 776-0116.

Furniture designer throws party
One of Palm Beach Gardens' newest furniture show-
rooms, Robb & Stucky Interiors at the new Design Cen-
ter on PGA Boulevard, celebrated an "Evening of Ele-
gance" last week.
Partnering with luxury homebuilder, Horsham,
Penn.-based Toll Brothers, the event presented "ultra-
luxury" home designs, "over-the-top" motorcars, fur-
nishings and entertainment, said Judy Goldstein of
Adler Network Public Relations, in a release.
Event sponsors included Palm Beach Motorcars,
Jaguar of Palm Beach and Hamilton Jewelers.
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who were supported by
Singer Island resident -,
Mr. Thomas, Mr. Lowe and
Ms. Hubbard won their
respective runoff seats on
the Riviera Beach City
Council.
"The election demon-


strated that people on
both sides (of Riviera
Beach) were tired of the
negative rhetoric and the
inability to move the city
forward," said Anthony
Gigliotti, chairman of the
Singer Island Civic Associ-
ation.
Although the newly
elected officials live on the
mainland, they won sup-


port from residents across
the bridge because they
share the same view on
the redevelopment of the
Ocean Mall property,
among other issues.
"Mr. Lowe worked very
hard with us to gather sig-
natures during the peti-
tion drive. Ms. Hubbard
and Mr. Thomas were also
very supportive, said


Dawn Pardo, president of
the Public Beach Coali-
tion, a mix of organiza-
tions opposed to develop-
ment on the beach
property.
"These individuals did
not want to lose their
beach access. They each
approached us after the
petition process and
informed us they were


running for city council.
After we heard their plat-
form, and they listened to
the concerns of Island res-
idents, the four organiza-
tions on the island agreed
that these three candi-
dates best represented our
concerns and needs.
"They also committed


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cled glass and a micro-
sprinkler starter kit, said
Mr. Carton.
Approximately 2,000
people attended the
event last year, and
$2,500 was raised, he
said.
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Event
From page Al
the Loggerhead
Marinelife Center in Juno
Beach, will talk about the
conservation and preser-
vation of sea turtles, said
Mr. Carton.
Aside from plants and
animals, environmental
vehicles will also be on
display.
Ed Morse Honda will
have a hybrid vehicle at
the event and officials
will explain how it bene-
fits the'environment. The
Department of Environ-
mental Protection, which
has an office in West
Palm Beach, will display
one of its staff vehicles, a
Toyota Prius.
Students throughout
Palm Beach County will
bring their talents to the
event in various ways.
The New Day Singers, a
youth choir led by Carol
Belcher, made up of
youth from around
northern Palm Beach
County will sing songs
about the environment
in the amphitheater dur-
ing the event.
Students from Jupiter
High School's EnViron-
mental Academy will
hold story time for chil-
dren and help them
make eco-crafts with
shells and drift seeds.-A
group of home-schooled
students will sell hot
dogs, popcorn and other
snacks during the event.
Dasha Rettew, an art
teacher at the Benjamin
School in North Palm

Beach, added a new
aspect to Na.turescaping.
She held a T-shirt design
contest for the event.
"She had 60 or 70 ele-
mentary students submit
an Earth Day theme
design," said Mr. Carton.
Nine finalists were
selected and the winner
will be announced at 10
a.m. the day of the event.
T-shirts with the design
will be sold for $15 and
the proceeds will go
toward educational pro-
grams put on by the park,
said Mr. Carton.
Another winner this
year's environmental
champion will be hon-
ored at the event.
The environmental
champion is someone
park staff feels has made
exceptional contribti-
tions to the environ-
ment, either through
academics or as an
activist, said Mr. Carton.
West Palm Beach resi-
dent Rosa Durando was
selected from four nomi-
nees as, this year's envi-
ronmental champion.
She Was nominated by
both the Audobon Soci-
ety of the Everglades and
the Palm Beach County


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POLICE REPORT


Palm Beach Gardens
Police Department
Kenneth Kociban, 40,
588 Holly Dr., Palm
Beach Gardens, was
arrested March 24 and
charged with possession
of a controlled substance
without a prescription,
driving under the influ-
ence and possession of
the prescription drug
Greenacres, was arrested wearing a
* Jesus Hernandez, 21, March 25 and charged vest dur:
42 Lowes St., Lake Worth, with grand larceny from 'offenses an
was arrested March 25 a construction site and North Pi
and charged with grand trespassing on a con-
larceny from a construc- struction site. Police D
tion site and trespassing
on a construction site. Kenelson Edmond, 23, Christin
3608 Wedgewood Plaza, 131 Yacht'f C
* Javier Gutierrez, 32, Riviera 'Beach, was 103, Lantan
6228 Forrest Hill Blvd., arrested March 28 and ed March 2
Apt. 101, West Palm charged with robbery, with pos
Beach, was arrested larceny and delivering, cocaine.
March 25 and charged possessing or selling an
with grand larceny from altered firearm. Mauri R
a construction site and 2735 Cara:
trespassing on a con- + Idelva Renard, 22, West Palm
struction site. 4406 South Mary Circle, arrested M
Palm Beach Gardens, charged wit
* Moses Vasquez, 19, *was arrested March 28
413 Ocala Road, Lan- and charged with rob- Palm Bea
tana, was arrested March bery with a firearm and
25 and charged with larceny. Sheriff
grand larceny from a
construction site and Samuel Jean Baptiste, Donald
trespassing on a con- 21, 5775 Barbados Way 217 East W
struction site. West, West Palm Beach, Jupiter, w
was arrested March 28 March 27
* Demetrio Alvarez, 40, and charged with rob- with felon
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NORTH PALM BEACH

Students name park turtle
Each year the Loggerhead
Marinelife Center in Juno Beach
gives the staff at John D. MacArthur


Beach State Park in North Palm
Beach a sea turtle to use for educa-
. tional purposes, and each year the
park enlists help from elementary
school students to name it.
Fourth- and fifth-grade students
from Allamanda Elementary


School in North Palm Beach ;sub-
mitted the winning name, Nalu,
said Junko Nomura, a park services
specialist.
The students attended a naming
ceremony at the park on March 29.
Nalu was born last October and


was too weak to make it to the
ocean, so the Loggerhead
Marinelife Center kept the turtle
until it was given to the park, said
Ms. Nomura.
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A Christian's viewpoint
I am responding to the writer who wrote, "Freedom of
speech or ignorance?"
The writer is unfortunately ignorant of the Christian view-
point.
From the Christian's viewpoint, the Bible is God's word (2
Timothy 3:16), where the writers spoke what God wanted
them to say. So if the Bible says something, we believe it's
God's opinion, not mans.
And if the supreme highest power in the universe, who
even created those who don't believe in him, says some-
thing, we believe it is true and needs to be told.
This should be done in love, and should not be viewed as a
"hate crime." Churches are not "all negativity," unless one
comes from a world-view against the God who created the
world.
It is awfully presumptuous to say God is taking away
someone's "right to think forthemselves."
That is what this writer was really saying when he said
what the preachers and believers say is corrupting people
and taking away their rights. Then the writer writes, "some
little individual" has "a problem with things such as homo-
sexuality."
I hate to bring this to the writer's attention, but it is not
some little individual who has a problem with homosexual-
ity, it is God himself.
Leviticus 20:13 calls homosexuality an abomination, and
says it's punishable by death.
Romans 1:26-32 considers homosexuality to be a sign of
God's wrath upon blind sinfulness, a degrading passion,
unnatural, an indecent act and an error. It is a forgivable sin,
and people can come out of it (1st Corinthians 6:9-11), after
mentioning many sins that will keep people from heaven,
including homosexuality.
Homosexuality is just one example of a world that has
become ignorant and negative of God's original design for
this world, and has put their self-proclaimed rights above
God and His will for our lives.
And yes, even some who call themselves Christians have
embraced the world's view and practice many sins, homo-
sexuality just being one of them.
We are not perfect yet.
But we who are true Christians have no choice but to be
God's voice in this world, share what the Bible says, telling
others what we believe is truth.
What you do with that truth is up to you, yes, and you will
be judged by that one day, as will we.

Disturbing the peace
To all you motorcyclists who like to "let her rip." up and
down 1-95, I'd like to rant. Perhaps you could take it to the
Mojave Desert and go at any old speed without the concern
of disturbing the peace, possibly getting into a crash
because of quick lane changes (where you thought the driv-
er knewyou were going to do that) wearing no helmet (sand
is softer; you might get lucky when you hit a cactus), riding
forever back and forth to your heart's content and lastly,
never coming back to Florida.
One other thing: we'll miss you. Have a nice trip!

Beach needs clean up
I just returned from a walk on Juno's beach and was so dis-
tressed to see all the debris strewn about. I picked up 10
bottles and beer cans by the gazebo. Why are there no recy-
cling containers in the beach area?
Editor's note: Tony Meriano of the Juno Beach Public Works
Department reports there is a daily patrol to pick up trash on
the beach. At this time, separate recycling bins are not practi-
cal in the area because they become contaminated with
debris other than bottles or cans and will not be accepted by
the county's Solid WasteAuthority.
An annual beach cleanup day is scheduled forApril21.

Good preachers teach, they don't slam
This is a response to the rant titled "Freedom of speech or
ignorance." I will start out by saying that I am a Christian,
and I go to a Christian church that teaches from the Bible,
which is God's breathed word brought to us by a certain few
who were chosen, and taught by Jesus in order that our
souls would be saved.
When God created man, he gave the ability to make deci-
sions and exercise free will. Vast majorities of people believe
that they can do whatever goes through their minds to do.


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Well, surprise. God isn't of the same opinion. He gave us
the Bible, which is to be used as a guide for our daily living.
There are some churches today that preach words con-
trary to what God wants us to learn.
Jesus came to this earth the same way we do, but he died a
most tragic death for our sins, in order that our souls would
have eternal life in heaven.
Jesus gave God's word to those certain few in order that
they could continue his ministry once he was no longer
here.
The Bible tells us about God's commands and is very
explicit about what the end result will be if those commands
are not followed.
Yes, God gave man free will and the ability to make deci-
sions, but he does expect us to make the correct decisions.
The preachers who preach things contrary to God's will,
such as homosexuality and related lifestyles not acceptable
to God, will be judged much harsher than those who are try-
ing their best to live the way God expects.
Good preachers who study and understand God's word are
not judging or slamming others. They are just trying to make
all in attendance aware of God's expectations of us as his cre-
ations, and what he commands us to do.
In other words, they are trying to save our souls.
As far as homosexuality is concerned, it is a sin that is con-
demned by God. Those who choose this lifestyle, or any
other type of similar lifestyles, are condemning their souls..
So, we can safely say that any preacher who is teaching
God's word as written in the Bible is only trying to save souls.
God help this nation if that right is taken away.
One other very important fact the Bible tells us is that any
nation that forsakes God will fall. We can see today how our
society is literally falling apart.
Good decisions by many people that would benefit this
nation are no longer being made.
The person who voiced this rant is showing us another way
in which our society is disintegrating.

Thank you
I would like to say something about James Tucker's col-
umn. My name is Linda and I look forward to the column
every week. I cannot tell you how much it has meant to me
to have this little spiritual reminder coming to me every
week. I am so grateful to Mr. Tucker, and all he has done to
keep me on the path.
When I read the column I feel so uplifted, I remember who
I am and what life's about. We never know how we will touch
people's lives, and Mr. Tucker has become a good friend to
me. I thank him for all he does. I'm sure he is a blessing to
many.

Let's catch up with the numbers
I wonder when the news media is going to catch up with
what is happening to our pets.
Repeatedly on television, and in newspapers there have
been reports of 16 pets dying from recalled food.
Is my dog the one dog that died, or is it that the media is
incorrectly informed?
We have been online for several days now reading report
after report of people losing their beloved pets.
Our mixed breed was 14, but healthy, when she got sick.
We didn't run to the vet right away, but as she stopped eating
and drinking, we felt something else was going on.
Then the recall began, and the numbers on our canned
dog food matched the numbers on the recall. By the time we
got our dog to the vet, it was too late, and we lost her due to
renal failure. The company knew that something was wrong.
They continued to sell poisoned products.
Now I want to know, who do we hold responsible for this,
and when will the news begin reporting correctly what is
happening in communities all over the United States?


It is more than "15 cats and one dog." I understand that
seven "test" animals died.
What I don't understand is this: if they are waiting for "con-
firmed" reports, how did they confirm what the 16 animals
died from, since just yesterday they found what chemical
was in the food? The 16 deaths have been in the news all
week.

More on hate crimes bill
Evidently the ranter on "Freedom of speech threatened,"
did not check his facts for accuracy.
The Hate Crimes Bill proposed by U.S. Sens. Orrin
Hatch, R-Utah and Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., has the
support of most democrats and many republicans includ-
ing, Sens. Gordon Smith, R-Ore., Arlen Specter, R-Pa., Lin-
coln. Chaffe, R-R.I., Norm Coleman, R-Minn. andSusan
Collins, R-Maine. It has been carefully crafted to assure
freedom of speech as defined by Supreme Court rulings.
If a pastor in Sweden was thrown in jail for violating their
laws that has no relevance to the laws in the United States.
This will not take away the right to "preach the Bible
from the pulpit," unless that preaching incites violence
against any one or group. None of the ministers I know
would do any such thing.
As for the Fairness Doctrine, with the concentration of
ownership of the media in fewer hands, there is a danger
of media control, by the richest people, of all information.
Attempting control by the Federal Communications
Commission creates too many opportunities for evasion.
A better approach would be to strengthen and enforce
the anti-trust laws to prevent the concentration of power
in the hands a small group of obscenely rich plutocrats.
Consider the words of Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attor-
ney General.
"We're not a democracy. It's a terrible misunderstanding,
and a slander to the idea of democracy, to call us that. In
reality, we're a plutocracy: a government by the wealthy..."
President Dwight Eisenhower said, "In the councils of gov-
ernment, we must guard against the acquisition of unwar-
ranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the mili-
tary-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous
rise of misplaced power exists and will persist."
This same warning holds true for the concentration of
wealth in the hands of a relatively small group of billion-
aires.

Does belief or non-belief in God matter?

Congressman Pete Stark, D-Calif., has publicly acknowl-
edged the lack of a God belief, and his decision is a reflec-
tion of the courage we have consistently seen from him.
Rep. Stark, in addition to being passionate about such
issues as health care and the environment, was also one
of the earliest opponents of the Iraq war.
Congresswoman Mazie Hirono, a Hawaii Democrat and
a Buddhist, was sworn in and said, "I don't have a 'book'
..."but I certainly believe in the precepts of Buddhism,
and that of tolerance of other religions and integrity and
honesty."
It should be noted that there are 21 Protestants, not fur-
ther specified, five Christians, not further specified and
four with unspecified religions in the Congress.
There are also many who are social members, or just
raised in a particular religion, without being concerned
with the theology.
I wonder how many more of our elected officials will
have the integrity and honesty to share their non-tradi-
tional beliefs, and to respect others for their ethical prac-
tices whether or not they believe in the God of Abraham,
claimed by Jews, Christians and Muslims?


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vard, pictured at right, are
corroding. Palm Beach
Gardens city officials are
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ant" structures in
November.
Described as "biogeo-
metric,", the beguiling,
dandelion-puff-looking
structures, which light
up at night, were fea-
tured on the cover of the
city's fall newsletter.
Ms. Ross has more
than 25 years experience
creating such public and
private, indoor and out-
door, steel, aluminum,
and bronze works of art,
which are inspired by
"the hidden designs in
nature," her Web site
- says.
"This is highly unex-
pected," Ms. Wong said,
adding that she's


received nothing but
positive feedback about
them.
"The type of steel it's
made out of is not sup-
posed to corrode."
But since November,
severe corrosion has
appeared on several sur-
face areas on all four
sculptures, as well as
portions of the associat-
ed lighting system, the
letter to Ms. Ross states.
Ms. Ross is responsi-
ble, according to the
warranty, for making
sure the materials are
free from defects,
including any consisting
of "inherent vice" quali-
ties, which "cause or


accelerate deterioration
of the sculpture," the
warranty states.
She now has 30 days to
submit a remediation
plan to the city because
"the artwork clearly does
not meet the original
expectations of the city."
Ms. Wong, who would-
n't speculate on what the
remediation would
entail apart from clean-
ing-up the problem, has
yet to hear back, from
Ms. Ross.
Ms. Ross did not
return calls for com-
ment.

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PALM BEACH GARDENS
- Waiting for a storm to
appear in the Atlantic
before purchasing a gener-
ator is a surefire way to
stay in the dark this sum-
mer.
That's advice from a vet-
eran electrician who
recently opened the One-
Stop Generator Shop in
the Gardens Park Plaza on
Military Trail and North-
lake Boulevard in Palm
Beach Gardens, between
Winn-Dixie and Dunkin'
Donuts.
"It takes about three
months from order to
installation," said owner
John Andio of West Palm
Beach, referring to the
installation of home-
standby units.
Of those, his store carries
competitively priced Car-
rier and Guardian units
and for portables, he.sells
Coleman.
What's the difference
between a portable gener-
ator and one that goes on
automatically when the
power goes out? Just that,
he explained.
But there's also a differ-
ence in price and the time
it takes to be able to use
them.
Installation requires per-
mitting, including electri-
cal, structural and, in some
cases, obtaining a gas-line
installation permit.


Residents of Ibis on
western Northlake Boule-
vard, for instance, have
natural gas On-site. But
neighboring Bay Hill resi-
dents do not, and would
have to consider that, he
said. I
Portables, however, use
unleaded gasoline.
Automatic-standby
units, which range in price
from about $8,000, with
installation, to $26,000
sense a lapse in voltage
during a power outage
and, in about 20 seconds,
flip on, which is a process
exactly like starting a car.
And that's because home-
standby generators are
made of car engines, he
said.
The 16-valve Mitsubishi
Gallant engine, for exam-
ple, is used in some mod-
els.
Some generators could
even run a -small city. But
what should the owner of a
single-family, two-bed-
room house, with mini-
malist standards pur-
chase?
Try a 16,000-watt gener-
ator, he advised. That's
enough to run the refriger-
ator, air-conditioning,
lights and other appli-
ances.
But, if the owner wants
to pretend the power never
went out, and has more
than just appliances to
consider, then Mr. Andio
would recommend a
25,000-watt generator.
The unit he uses at his


own home is 30,000 watts
and can run all the appli-
ances, plus the sprinkler
system and pool.
His community, he
recalled, was thankful
because of it during 2005's
devastating hurricanes,
which left most without
power for 16 days during
each storm.
Through it all, Mr. Andio
was able to run his busi-
ness, home and life with-
out interruption.
That's one of the reasons
he opened his own store.
But more importantly, he
wanted to offer people
more than just a selection
of generators. Rather, he
wanted to provide folks a
long-term maintenance
relationship with a factory-
trained professional and
storeowner who stands by
the product.
That's something you
can't find everywhere gen-
erators are sold, he said.
Mr. Andio offers installa-
tion and maintenance
agreements, complete
with air filters, oil, parts
and advice on how to keep
them in good working con-
dition.
"Unless you run them
every three months, they'll
seize up," he said. "Florida
will rot anything in this
humidity."
Start them up for 10
minutes, every three
months to counteract this,
he said.

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petition committee to put
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mainland and Singer
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50 years on the lease and
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elected. They represented
several developers instead
of the hardworking, tax-
paying residents of Riviera
Beach," said Ms. Pardo.
"With the residents on
the east side and the west
side united, our great city
is finally on the verge of
prosperity," she said.
"(The new council mem-
bers') agenda is to
serve 'all residents' to the
best of their ability. The
'bridge' separating the
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Expansion
From page Al
He opened the dealer-
ship in 1975, and reno-
vated it about three years
ago. However, he did not
foresee the growth that
has taken place. His deal-
ership hardly has enough
parking, for employees,
customers and inventory,
he said.
"We call it our 'good
problem.' Our growth
exceeded our expecta-
tions, and we did in three
years what we expected
to not occur for 10 years,"
he added.
Customers have been
parking along the roads
near the dealership and
trucks delivering new
inventory have created
problems for traffic along
Lakeshore Drive.
"The parking problem
has been painful to us, as,
well as (town residents),"
said Mr. Stewart.
He has worked with
architect John Glidden of
Oliver, Glidden, ,Spina
and Partners of West
Palm Beach, on expan-
sion plans. Lake Park's
community development
department and the
planning and zoning
board are currently
reviewing them.
A decision is expected
by June or Jully, said Josh
Stewart, one of Mr. Stew-
art's sons.
The majority of the
expansion would be
completed in two phases.
The initial phase would
add a second parking
garage, Mr. Stewart said.
"The (new) garage will
be in the southeast cor-
ner of the property, and
that will be the very first
thing that will be built,"
he said. "It will be six
floors of parking, (includ-
ing) a basement floor and
a roof (as two of the) lev-
els. The total height will
only be 50 feet (since


that's the town's code).
"The current garage
will be stretched out and
connect with the new
garage," he added.
The current parking
garage sits on top of the
service area. The dealer-
ship has slightly less than
400 parking spaces, but
after the first phase of the
expansion is completed,
would have just under
1,300 spaces, said Mr.
Stewart.
In addition to the sec-
ond parking garage, the
Journey's Inn would be
razed if the plan is
approved by town offi-
cials. The demolition of
the hotel would create a
temporary parking area
during the first phase.
"Phase two is the
expansion of the service
department and the body
shop. If (people) look at
the southern tip of my
property now, (and) visu-
alize stretching that out
across Jasmine Street
over to the where the
Journey's Inn is (located,
that's the second phase),"
said Mr. Stewart.
He has owned the Jour-
ney's Inn for the past four
years, and has wanted to
knock it down ever since,
due the number of
crimes that have
occurred there.
Mr. Stewart had Jim
Brown, a detective with
the Palm Beach County
Sheriff's Office speak at
the meeting. Mr. Brown
was as a Lake Park police
officer for 16 years prior
to joining the Sheriff's
Office.
"The calls of service to
that hotel had almost
reached beyond the
capacity of the police
force," Officer Brown said
"At one time, problems at
the hotel made up 34
percent of the police
department's calls. We
had everything from

0 See EXPANSION, A10


Bank welcomes


new officers


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

NORTH PALM BEACH
- Jennifer Brancaccio
and Richard Caspar have
joined Lydian Bank and
Trust.
The pair will be based in
Lydian's new, full-service
North Palm Beach region-
al office at 2000 PGA
Blvd., said James Meany,
president and CEO of the
bank in a press release.
Ms. Brancaccio is join-
ing as senior vice presi-
dent/relationship man-
ager and Mr. Caspar as
senior vice
president/regional lend-
ing manager.
The two worked togeth-
er at Seacoast National
Bank in the commercial
lending area, where they
developed and managed
a loan portfolio in excess
of $400 million.
In her new role, Ms.
Brancaccio will be
accountable for develop-
ing and managing new
lending and deposit rela-
tionships. She will also be
responsible for providing
introductions into other
areas of the bank.
A graduate of Florida
State University and a
Port St. Lucie resident,
Ms. Brancaccio is actively
involved in the American
Heart Association, Palm
Beach County Business
Development Board,
North Palm Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce and the
Real Estate Commercial
Society of Palm Beach.
Prior to joining Lydian,
Richard Caspar was sen-
ior vice president at Sea-
coast, where he was
responsible for strategic
planning and establish-
ing loan production goals
in Palm Beach County.
At Lydian, Mr. Caspar
will develop and manage


key relationships for the
bank.
He earned his master's
degree in. business adminis-
tration with a concentration
in finance at the University
of Miami. He lives in Jupiter
with his wife and three chil-
dren.
A leading provider of pri-
vate banking, asset manage-
ment, financial planning,
trust services, estate plan-
ning and business banking,
Lydian Bank and Trust offers
high net-worth individuals
custom financial solutions.
For more information con-
tact the bank's headquarters
at 180 Royal Palm Way, Palm
Beach, at (561) 514-4900 or
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Earl Stewart says...

"CAR DEALERS


SMARTEN UP"

YOUR CUSTOMERS ALREADY HAVE.


EARL STEWART

(TOYOTA
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An Open Letter to Florida Car Dealers.

Eliminate the "Dealer Fee".'


Fellow Florida Car Dealers, if you don't
know me, I should tell you that I don't profess
to be some "holier than thou" car dealer who
was always perfect for the past 38 years.
When I look at some of my past advertising
and sales tactics I am not always proud
But I have evolved as my customers have
evolved My customers expectations, level
of education and sophistication are much
higher today Your customers are no different
My remarks are made sincerely and with a
positive intent toward you and your custom-
ers I am not trying to tell you
how to run your business. I "AMy Cl
am suggesting a change that
will reward both you and your expectrit
customers


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tic


Now, here Is the good news. After eliminat-
ing the dealer fee my profit per car did drop
by about the amount of the dealer fee, but,
my customers realized I was now giving them
a fair shake and quoting a complete out-the-
door price with no "surprises" And the word
spread My volume of car sales began to rise
rapidly Sure I was making a few hundred
dollars less per car, but I was selling a lot
more cars I was and am selling cars to many
of your former customers. My botlom line
has improved not because I eliminated the
dealer lee but because I was
tomners' able to earn the trust of more
customers in buying their new
ons, level or used car You can do the
same


Put it on the house.


Virtually every car dealer of educa
In Florida adds a charge to
the price of cars he sells a sophistic
'dealer fee/doc teetdealer
prep fee ranging from $500 lmuch ilig
io nearly $1 000. This exira
charge is programmed into
...-,-- your computer It has been made illegal in
many states including California. but is still
legal in Florida The reason you charge Ihis
tee is simply to increase the price of the car
V MENT and your profit in Such a manner ihat it is not
noticed by your customers This is lust plain
culture wrong I used to charge a dealer fee (1$495)
like one and when I stopped charging it a few years
with your ago it was scary But I did it because I could
i the way no longer, in good conscience, mislead my
s should customers. Just because everybody else
ducted, was doing the same thing, did not mako if
call us. correct


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am in all
nmenta...
service,
)y shop,
ounting.


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ion and Why am I writing this letter?
I'm not going to tell you that
tion are I think of rnyselt as the new
'sheriff' that has come to
er today." "clean up Soulh Florida" In
lact I am well aware that this
letter is, to some exent,. self
serving Many people will read Ihis letter and
learn why they should buy a car from rre.
and not you And. I am also aware that most
dealers who lead this will either gelt angry and
ignore it or not have the courage to follow my
lead But maybe you will be the exception If
you have any interest in following my lead,
call me anytime I don't have a secretary and
I don't screen any of my phone calls I would
love to chat with you about this
Sincerely.
Earl Stewart lari.n i inot rr Tio a


To find out more about what Earl thinks about buying a car, click on
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561*844*3461
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Expansion
From page A9


homicides, to domestic
quarrels to drug labs to
federal fugitives. Unsa-
vory characters continu-
ally come there." He
believes the proposed
dealership expansion will
benefit everyone, not just
Toyota customers or Mr.
Stewart.
Although Mr. Stewart
wanted to tear the Jour-
ney's Inn down, he could-
n't for one simple reason.
"I'm a businessman. I
live on profit and loss. I
need the cash flow from
the hotel since I have a
$26,000 monthly pay-
ment to the bank on that
property," said Mr. Stew-
art.
The residents who
attended the meeting on
March 29 did not voice
opposition to the project.
One resident, Al Fein-
stein, who lives in the
Bay Reach community,
was concerned about
possible traffic problems
that could be caused by
the construction. He was
concerned that delivery
trucks would block areas
along Lakeshore Drive
and other roads, since
Jasmine Drive will be
closed during the second
phase of the expansion.
Mr. Stewart assured
him that a private road
will be built on the south
side of the property for
delivery and construc-
tion trucks to use. He has
also been working on
scheduling delivery
trucks to come to the
dealership at 2 a.m. to
lessen the impact on traf-
fic.


However, the expan-
sion has met some oppo-
sition, mainly from resi-
dents of Cedar Crest
Apartments, said Mr.
Stewart.
The apartment build-
ing is across from .the
Journey's Inn. Residents
from the building waited
outside the meeting to
try to sway those who
attended it to oppose the
project, said Mr. Stewart.
"The folks in that
building have been the
most vocal and the most
negative about the proj-
ect," he said.
They have refused to
meet with him to discuss
the project, he said.
"None of the residents
who've talked to me
(have had) any more con-
cerns. All the concerns
that were expressed had
to do with the fact that
we're trying to service
way too many customers
with way too small a
building, and when we
have our garage and the
rest of our expansion
completed, then every-
thing will be contained
and we will not have to
spill out over the neigh-
borhood.
"I need to explain to
(the people from Cedar
Crest) that once we tear
that hotel down that their
lives are going to be
much better," Mr. Stew-
art said.
Calls to Sami Bagh-
dady, owner of Cedar
Crest Apartments, were
not returned by press
time.


Council
From page A8


repaired and we all want
what is best for all resi-
dents, not the developers,"
said Mr. Butts.
Mr. Giglotti hopes the
spirit of cooperation does
not end with the election.
"Our hope is that (the
new council members) will
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Blanchard
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They may offer an
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amenities and value for
dollar.
Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji,
Australia and New


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the U.S. dollar.
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Africa.
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are safe, exciting and still
represent great value.
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Follow your mouse


W ith everything
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With everything that
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distracted by everything
that's going around the
pointer and you end up
missing clues the mouse
is trying to give you.
A lot of people don't
realize just how precise
an instrument the mouse
really is.
V The very tip of the
pointer, when pointed at
objects just so, will often
reveal clues that can be
used to help you do
whatever it is that you
are trying to do.
The secret is to pause
at an object and see if
something happens.
Many times, objects on
computer screens, such
as buttons, icons and
such, will respond not
only when clicked, but
often when the mouse
just passes over them.
These "mouse-overs"
can be the source of
many hints to help you
on your way.
You may have noticed
browsing the Internet,
those things on Web sites
that change as you move
your mouse around.
Usually, a button will
change color or a pic-
ture's title will appear if
the mouse is held over it
for long enough.
The secret .is to pause
the mouse over an object
in order to see anything.
The reason I keep
harping on that is some-
times I work with some-
one who just can't resist
the urge to wiggle that
mouse. Every time
something's loading or
working, he's moving the
mouse all over the
screen.
Many times we'll be
trying to work out a
procedure, but with that
mouse flying all over, we
can't get any thinking
done.
As soon as the mouse
stops and we start
pointing at things and
pausing and start paying
attention to our mouse,
we start to make
progress.
So, what are some of
the clues to watch for
when your pointer
passes over something?
One of the things that


SEAN MCCARTHY
Compute This
you'll likely see is the
pointer turn into a
double-sided arrow.
Often, you'll notice this
when the very tip of your
pointer moves over the
very edge of some
objects. This is your
computer's way of telling
you that you can stretch
whatever it is that you
are currently pointing at.
All you have to do is click
and hold. Then you
should be able to resize
that object just by drag-
ging the mouse.
In many Microsoft
programs, such as
Internet Explorer, Out-
look Express and Word,
holding your mouse over
buttons and controls
usually yields a small
pop-up window with a
short, one or two-word
description of the con-
trol.
The thing is, many
times this little pop-up
doesn't appear for a
second or so.
If you're moving the
mouse, you may miss it.
In word processors,
you may notice the
mouse turns into an
oversized capital "I."
This pointer is called
the "I beam," and its'
shape is specifically
designed to get right
between the letters.
When your pointer
turns into an I beam,
that's your clue that the
screen you're pointing at
is for typing.
Yeah, there sure is a lot
on a computer that can '
serve to distract you.
One of the best ways to
stay on track is to pay
attention to what your
mouse is pointing at, take
it easy and followyour
mouse.
Many times the answers
that you are looking for
are right under your
pointer.
Sean McCarthy has
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A loophole in the dealer fee law


If you read my columns
in Hometown News, you
know all about the
"dealer fee" scam perpe-
trated on car buyers in
Florida and other states
where it is still legal.
This fee ranges from
$495 to $995 and even
higher. It is profit to the
dealer, but is printed on
the buyer's order, dis-
guised as a "fee" meant to
be confused with legiti-
mate state, local and
federal fees, similar to
sales tax and license fees.
Virtually every dealer in
Florida adds a dealer fee to
the price he quotes on a
car. In fact, when ques-
tioned, many dealers'
justification is that "all
dealers in Florida charge a
dealer fee."
Strange as it may seem,
Florida law prohibits a
dealer from removing the
dealer fee from the price
he gives a customer. If he
charges one person a
dealer fee; he must charge
all people. This is also the
rationale you might hear if
you object which, is
"Florida law will not allow
me to remove the fee."
The way to counter this
objection when haggling
about the dealer fee, is to
tell the salesman to reduce
the overall price by the
amount of the dealer fee
and leave the dealer fee
alone.
The only control placed
on dealer fees by Florida
law is for advertised prices.


EARL STEWART
On Cars


This law says that an
advertised price must
include the dealer fee.
Dealers get around this
by advertising just one
vehicle at an advertised
price with "many more at
similar savings."
If the one car that is
advertised is already sold,
the dealer can sell one just
like it and add back the
dealer fee.
Unfortunately, I recently
discovered that there is a
loophole to this sole law to
protect the car buyer from
dealer fees.
The loophole is that
lease payments and prices,
advertised by multiple
dealers in the same ad, do
not have to include the
dealer fee.
This means that if a
manufacturer advertises a
price on a new car listing
several dealers, the dealer
fee can be excluded.
When I inquired about
this, I was told that this is


to permit manufacturers
and distributors to adver-
tise the same car priced
from multiple dealerships.
I was told they cannot
include the dealer fee,
because each dealer fee is
usually different.
That doesn't sound like a
very good excuse to me.
Ads including multiple
dealerships usually
include the names, phone
numbers, addresses and
Web site URL's of each
dealer. Why not list each
dealer's "dealer fee?"
You know the answer as
well as I. They don't want
you to know there is a
dealer fee, much less the
amount of the dealer fee.
The reason for the law
requiring advertised prices
to include the dealer fee is
very clear. It is to prevent
the consumer from being
fooled into coming in on a
low price and then
charged a higher one. If
that principle applies to
one dealer's ad, why
doesn't it apply to multiple
dealers advertising in one
ad?
To comply with the same
law applying to one
dealer, all multiple dealer
ads would have to say is
"price plus tax, tag and
dealer fee" and beside
each dealer's name, list his


particular dealer fee.
This would also encour-
age dealers to lower their
dealer fees and even
eliminate them entirely.
Because I don't charge a
dealer fee, when my
dealership is included in
an ad with seven other
South Florida dealerships,
I have the lowest price, but
the reader of the ad
cannot know that. The ad
says, "plus tax, tag and
dealer fees" in the fine
print at the bottom of the
ad, but does not disclose
the amount of the fees for
each dealer.
The uninformed
prospective car buyer can
pay up to $995 more for
that advertised car than he
would pay at my dealer-
ship because the dealer
fee amounts are not
disclosed.
Does that sound right to
you?

Earl Stewart is the owner
and general manager of
Earl Stewart Toyota in
North Palm Beach. The
dealership is located at
1215 N. Federal Highway
in Lake Park. Contact him
at www.earlstewarttoy-
ota.com, call (561) 358-
1474, fax (561) 658-0746 or
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Editor's note: This is part
two of a multi-part series
written by officials from
the South Florida Water
Management District to
assist homeowners with'
the county water restric-
tions currently in place.
To train your landscape
to grow smart, don't skip
mulch.
If you put it down thick
enough (3- to 4-inches),
mulch will save lots of
water along with time
spent weeding and fight-
ing pests.
"Mulch will keep you
from having to water so
much, because it con-
serves moisture by reduc-
ing evaporation," said
Keith Patton, Palm Beach
County extension' agent.
"Plus, mulch cuts down on
weeds and disease prob-
lems. Just be sure to keep
your mulch away from the
plant trunks and stems."
Mr. Patton, who also
coordinates the Florida
Yards and Neighborhoods
Program, advises using
mulch made from pest
trees such as Australian


"We recommend Flori-
Mulch, a byproduct that
has herbicide mixed in it,"
Mr. Patton said. "We do
advise against using
cypress as mulch because
it's a direct product from
de-forestation."
Mulch improves the
appearance of gardens
whether using pine bark,
shredded pine, pine straw,
wood chips or grass clip-
pings. These organic
mulches improve the soil
by adding nutrients as
they decompose. River
rock and shredded tires
won't add anything to soil,
but they will not have to
be replaced as often.
"Don't forget that local
tree services and the Solid
Waste Authority give you
free mulch if you pick it
up," said Mr. Patton, who
buys mulch for his yard by
the truck load.
"FPL will deliver mulch,
but it may take months
before they're in your
neighborhood."
Remember, mulch new
plantings right away.
Water restrictions allow


new plantings to be
watered six days a week
for the first 30 days from 2
a.m. to 8 a.m. Monday
through Friday and on
weekends 4 a.m. to 8 a.m.
depending on your house
number (odd numbers
Saturday, even numbers
Sunday).

How much mulch?
As mulch is cheapest by
the cubic yard, multiply
the length of a garden area
by the width in feet.
Now multiply by .25 for
3 inches or .33 for 4 inches
of mulch (depending on
how many inches deep
you plan to spread it).
Then, divide by 27 for the
number of cubic yards.
For more information on
mulch, contact the Florida
Yards and Neighborhoods
at (561) 233-1748. For
questions about other
water smart techniques,
call the South Florida
Water Management Dis-
trict at (561) 686-8800 or
the master gardener hot-
line at (561) 233-1750.


Holocaust

educators

honored

NORTH PALM BEACH
- Two Palm Beach
County educators
received the League for
Educational Awareness
of the Holocaust Star
award at the North Palm
Beach chapter's annual
Civic Visionary Gala
recently at the BallenIsles
Country Club.
The "Stars," Meryl Pre-
ston of Boynton Beach
Community High School
and Robert Bray of West
Pines Community Mid-
dle School in West Palm
Beach, are both recipi-
ents of several grants
from LEAH.
They shared with the
gala audience the class-
room projects they initi-
ated and emphasized the
importance of teacher
workshops related to tol-
erance education.
Holocaust education
was mandated in Florida
schools in 1994, but has
consistently lacked fund-
ing. LEAH was estab-
lished in 1996 to help
address the shortfall.


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH GARDENS
- Christ Fellowship
Church has announced
service times for one of the
area's largest non-denomi-
national Easter celebra-
tions.
Twenty-five thousand
people are expected to cel-
ebrate the resurrection of
Jesus Christ at the free
services on April 7 and 8,
at Sound Advice
Amphitheatre on the
South Florida Fairgrounds.
The church will provide
worshippers a message
that features a mnix of tradi-
tional songs and original
music performed by more
than 300 singers in three
separate choirs, including
a student and children's
choir.
The 150-member Christ
Fellowship adult choir was
nominated for best Choral
Collection of the Year by
the Gospel Music Associa-
tion in 2006.
More than 2,000 people
will assist in the services,
including volunteer park-
ing attendants, greeters,
ushers and' childcare
workers.
Easter service times are
Saturday, April 7, 6 p.m.
and Sunday, April 8, 9:30
andll:30 a.m.
Special assistance avail-


able for worshipers:
Spanish translation at all
services.
Signing for the deaf at
the 11:30 a.m. service with
reserved seating.
Programs for newborns
through grade four.
Reserved seating for
guests with special needs.
Limited special parking
for those unable to walk
long distances.
A trolley for those who
need assistance from the,
general parking area. Park-
ing is free.
Arriving 30 minutes
before a service will allow
for parking, registering
children and preparing for
the service.
Parking maps and more
information is available on
the Web site www.goChrist-
Fellowship.com. Christ
Fellowship is a non-
denominational church
with weekly attendance of
more 11,000 people at three
campuses in Palm Beach
County. The Gardens cam-
pus is located at 5343
Northlake Boulevard,
Palm Beach Gardens. The
Royal Palm campus is
located at 9905 Southern
Boulevard, Royal Palm
Beach. The West Palm
Beach campus meets at the
Harriet Himmel Theater in
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kids a little older would have a hunt of their
own.'
Nancy Hensler
assistant parks and recreation director


host its' traditional egg
hunt for children up to
age 7 in Lakeside Park on
April 7 at 9 a.m.
"The Saturday morning
hunt for the young chil-
dren always has a great
showing, approximately
300 children (show up for
the event)," said Ms.
Hensler.
Children ages 8-12 can
participate in a flashlight
egg hunt in Lakeside Park
on April 6 at 8 p.m.
"The flashlight egg
hunt has grown in the
past few years. The prob-


lem with this one
(though) is (that) parents
bring younger kids. We
specifically divided the
ages, so that the kids a
little older would have a
hunt of their own," said
Ms. Hensler.
At each of the hunts,
children will find plastic
eggs filled with candy,
key chains, rings, spin-
ning tops, necklaces and
other goodies.
Some of the eggs in the
pool will be marked to
turn in for other prizes,
said Ms. Hensler.


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550 Bush Road, Jupiter, FL 33458
For more informallon call 561-742-4620 or
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April 7th
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and our
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April 8th
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Easter Services in the Sanctuary


Photos courtesy of the Animal Rescue League
Allison is a 1-year-old female Australian cattle dog. She is very friendly,
spayed and weighs 39 pounds. (ID#1979914)
Captain Jack is an 11-month-old male cat. He is neutered and litterbox
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FRIDAY, APRIL 6

* Good Friday worship: 7 p.m.
"Redemption: the Power of the
Cross," program features choir, praise
team and live band. Free. First Baptist
Church, 423 Tequesta Drive, Teques-
ta. For information, call ((561) 746-
4447. or visit the Web site
www.tequestaschurch.net

SATURDAY, APRIL 7

* Annual egg hunt: 9 a.m. to 10:30
a.m. sponsored by the City of Palm
Beach Gardens at Gardens Park.
Includes the bunny prizes, face
painting. Bring your own basket to


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this free event.
For more information, visit
www.pbgfl.com
* Earth Day celebration: 9 a.m. to
11 a.m. sponsored by the City of
Palm Beach Gardens at Burns
Road recreation center. Learn about
the environment and conservation.
Free. For more information, visit
www.pbgfl.com.
* Nature walk in Riverbend Park: 9
to 11 a.m. Naturalist points out the
tell-tale signs of the "wee little ones"
that chomp, chew and hop through
the forest. Sponsored by Palm Beach
County Parks and Recreation
Department. Riverbend Park is locat-
ed at 9060 Riverbend Road in
Jupiter. For more information, call
(561) 741-1359.
* Neighborhood Easter egg hunt:
9 a.m. For children in grade six or
younger. Ten thousand eggs, prizes,
refreshments and children's ministry
presentation at Constitution Park on
Seabrook Road in Tequesta. Free.
Sponsored by the First Baptist
Church. For information, call ((561)
746-4447. or visit the Web site
www.tequestaschurch.net
*.Arthritis Foundation Lecture: 3
p.m. Rheumatologist Adam Barron
will discuss the latest treatment tech-
niques. Free. Columbia Hospital
Cafeteria, 2201 45th St. West Palm
Beach. Reservations required. Call
(561) 833-1133 or (800) 654-1046.

TUESDAY, APRIL 10

Chess for beginners: 6:30 p.m.
Learn the basics in this 2-part at
North County Regional Library,
11303 Campus Drive, Palm Beach


Gardens.
* Grand Passover goodbye meal:
7:30 p.m. Havdalah service and
Chometz cake party by Chabad of
Palm Beach, 844 Prosperity Farms
Road. No charge. For reservations
and information, call (561) 624-7004
or visit the Web site www.chabad-
centerpalm beach.com.

THURSDAY, APRIL 12

* Introductory Internet 6 p.m.
Learn about the World Wide Web,
Internet Service Providers and e-
mail. (90 min,, adult) Preregister at
North County Regional Library,
11303 Campus Drive, Palm Beach
Gardens.

FRIDAY, APRIL 13

Aloha breezes luau: noon. Spon-
sored by the Women's Connection of
the Northern Palm Beaches at the
Tequesta Country Club, 201 Country
Club Drive. Reservations necessary.
$17. Call (772) 221-3403.

SATURDAY, APRIL 14

Keep the jazz beat with Bill
Myers: 2 p.m. listen and discuss jazz
Murphy. (60 min.) Palm Beach Coun-
ty Library. North County Regional
Library, 11303 Campus Drive, Palm
Beach Gardens. For information, call
(561) 626-6133.
Angels madhatters luncheon:
11:30 a.m. 14 annual Red Cross
benefit. Fashions by Harbor Clothing
Boutique, festive or funny hat com-
petition. $60. For tickets, call (561)
622-8003 or visit the Web site

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SUNDAY, APRIL 15

* Contra dance: 3:30 to 7 p.m.
Music by Mudhole Control with War-
ren Pollans. No partner required,
bring a snack to share. Casual attire.
Sponsored by Lake Park Community
Affairs in the Mirror Ballroom, Lake
Park Town Hall. For information, call
Liz Newton at (561) 745-2250.
* Sons of Italy scholarship
fundraiser: Noon to 5 p.m. at the
Sea Oats Pavilion, Carlin Park,
Jupiter. Food from 10 a.m. to noon.
$20, adult, $12 children tickets. For
information and tickets, call (561)
697-4815 or 630-7173.
* Sunday movie matinee: 1:30
p.m. "Amelie" In French with English
subtitles. Rated R. (122 min,, adult)
Pre-register. Palm Beach County
Library. North County Regional
Library, 11303 Campus Drive, Palm
Beach Gardens. For information, call
(561) 626-6133.
* Young singers of Palm Beach
County concert: 7 p.m. in the Eis-
sey campus theater at Palm Beach
Community College PGA Boulevard,
Palm Beach Gardens. No admission
charge. For more information, call
(561) 630-1100.

Ongoing events

* Area on Aging foster grandpar-
ent program: Seeking seniors,
ages 60 and older, to volunteer at
local elementary schools 20 hours
per week. Volunteers work one-on-
one with children in a classroom set-
ting to improve reading skills and lan-
guage development. Stipend
included for those who qualify. Free
training provided. Call (561) 684-
5885 or (800) 773-1895.
* Blowing Rocks Preserve: 574 S.
Beach Road, Jupiter. Boardwalk
and education center, butterfly gar-
den, native plant nursery, dune trail
and rock formations.
Guided walks through Blowing
Rocks Preserve, 11 a.m.-noon Sun-
days. Cost is $3, free for children
younger than 12, $1 for Nature Con-
servancy members.
Volunteers needed to work in the
visitor kiosk on the beach side of The
Nature Conservancy's Blowing
Rocks.
Nursery and restoration workday,
9 a.m. -noon Thursdays through Sat-
urdays, Volunteers will help plant
nativevegetation at restoration proj-
ect sites throughout the preserve.
Call (561) 744-6668.


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Clothes

support

energy

needs
Do you ever look at
your closet and
think "What am I
going to wear?" Or have
you ever said, "I have
nothing to wear," even
though your closet is so
stuffed it is gasping for air?
You may have asked
yourself any one of a dozen
similar questions when
searching through your
closet to find the perfect
garment for a given day or
occasion.
Whether male, female,
adult or child, we have all
faced the "nothing to
wear" dilemma more than
once or twice in our lives.
For most of us, the
problem isn't that we really
don't have something to
wear. The real problem is
that we don't have some-
thing to wear to support
our energy needs for that
day or occasion.
The concept of clothing
providing something other
than privacy and warmth
is probably a bit new. But
in the world of feng shui, it
is simply another piece of
your personal environ-
ment that surrounds you
on a daily basis. The things
you surround yourself
with, whether home
furnishings, office equip-
ment, automobiles or
clothing, all provide either
positive, supportive energy
or negative, draining
energy.
Think about how you
feel and look when you
dress to go out on a first
date, a holiday party or a
really special restaurant.
Or, consider how you
dress, look and feel when
you go on a job interview.
In each case, you take
great care in determining

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Music to be bigger, better at jazz event


BY DANIEL SHUBE
Entertainment writer
RIVIERA BEACH After a chal-
lenging Jazz on the Beach event last
spring, Riviera Beach city officials are
determined to make the seventh
annual Jazz on the Beach Music Fes-.
tival bigger and better.
Last year's event drew more than
18,000 fans, said Gloria Shut-
tlesworth, assistant city manager.
She expects more than 20,000 jazz
enthusiasts to come to the beach at
Singer Island for this year's event.
Calling Jazz on the Beach the city's
"signature event" she said, "We
began Jazz on the Beach back in 2000
because all the press about Riviera
Beach was negative. Riviera Beach
was embarking on a new community
redevelopment program and our
manager, mayor and city council
wanted to create something positive
to put Riviera Beach on the map."
When Jazz on the Beach began, it
was only a one-day affair. The follow-
ing five years saw the event expand to
two days.
This year, for the first time, there
will be three days of music.
The line-up features some of the
music industry's biggest stars.
Ruben Studdard and the Average
White Band will headline on Friday,
April 13. Mr. Studdard, who rose to
fame with his big win on the second
season of "American Idol" will kick-
off the show.
Later on Friday, the funky Average
White Band (famous for their hit,
"Pick Up the Pieces") will take the
stage. Also appearing on Friday will
be Angela Winbush, Melton Mustafa,
Jean Came, the Evolution Band and
TonyWilson.
Headlining on Saturday, April 14,
will be Grammy award winner


Photo courtesy of Jazz on the Beach
The Average White Band is (clockwise from left): Rocky Bryant (drums),
Fred 'Freddy V' Vigdor (saxes, keyboards, vocals), Alan Gorrie (bass, guitar,
lead vocals), Klyde Jones (keyboard, bass, lead vocals) and Onnie McIn-
tyre (guitar, Vocals).


Michael McDonald. Mr. McDonald
recently toured with his old band,
Steely Dan. He sang on such huge
hits as "What a Fool Believes" and
"Takin' It to the Streets" as a member
of the Doobie Brothers, and his soul-
ful voice recorded several hit albums
covering Motown songs.
Joining Mr. McDonald on Saturday
will be Angie Stone, Reginald Asberry,
Steve Laury, Klassique, Kenny
Seabrook, J. Sharp Band, Shatoggwa
Band and a drum line showcase fea-
turing local middle and high school
bands.


As April 15 will be the first time the
festival will continue through Sun-
day, it is being billed as a special
"Gospel Experience in the Sand."
Four-time Grammy Award winner,
Yolanda Adams will headline on Sun-
day. She is best known for "Open My
Heart." Expect Ms. Adams to also
perform songs from her new album,
DayByDay.
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Delicious choices for a great Easter dinner


Hello smart shoppers,
hope you had a good
week.
This Sunday is Easter. I
usually forego tradition and
make an American meal.
Since Jesus was "the
sacrificial lamb," lamb is a
traditional Easter dinner.
However, all family mem-
bers do not like lamb.
Serving two different meats
solves the problem.
A friend shared her Greek
brother-in-law's recipe for
"Greek Easter lamb." It is by
far the best roast lamb I've
ever tasted.
After you've selected a leg
or half a leg of lamb, ask the
butcher to bone and tie it, if
you prefer it boneless.
Another popular choice
for Easter is Virginia ham.
When it comes to hams
the choices are confusing.
Many spend more than $4 a
pound for those spiral-
sliced hams. As far as I'm
concerned, you're wasting
your money. Many times,
smoked hams are about $1 a
pound and are much better
than those expensive hams.
If you buy a half of ham,
buy a shank half. My late
husband Bill's recipe is the
best. I haverepeated it every


year just in case you didn't
save it. Be sure to add
several colorful vegetables
from recipes I have given
you in the past.
To my Christian readers,
"First, remember what you
are celebrating and be sure
to tell your family and
friends all about Easter."
Blessings to you all; see
you next week.

HONEY'S BAKED
VIRGINIA HAM
Serves 8-10
7-9 pound shank half
smoked ham
3 heaping tablespoons
dark brown sugar
1 rounded teaspoon dry
mustard
Large-sized aluminum
foil
1 cup molasses,
unsulphered
Whole cloves
1 large can sliced
pineapple
Maraschino cherries,
optional
Trim fat from meat,
leaving a thin layer on top.
Using a sharp knife, score
top of meat in a criss-cross


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pattern. Mix the sugar and
mustard together and rub
over ham. Dot with cloves.
Do not salt since ham can
be salty. Cut a piece of foil
large enough to encase the
ham. Place foil in roasting
pan, center ham.
Pour on the molasses and
the juice from the pineap-
ple. Bring the ends of the foil
up and encase the ham,
folding foil loosely at top so
steam can escape. Bake in a
325-degree E oven for 30
minutes a pound.
About 1/2 hour before
meat is done, open foil and
cover meat with pineapple
slices secured with tooth
picks; place a cherry in each
pineapple center; baste and
roast uncovered until done.
Remove meat to serving
platter.
Place juices in saucepan
and de-fat by tossing in


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several ice cubes. When
chilled, remove fat and
remaining cubes with a
slotted spoon. Heat and
serve as is, or thicken
slightly with a mixture of
cornstarch and water.
Raisins can be added for an
extra special touch. Cook
them in the sauce for at least
10 minutes. Be sure to freeze
the bone for soup.

LEG OF LAMB
Serves 8-10
. This is my original recipe
7-9 pound whole or half
leg of lamb
1 to 2 cloves garlic
Fresh or dried rosemary
Salt and pepper
Mint sauce
(optional)
Cut garlic into thin


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Romancing the Stove

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matchstick slivers. Cut slits '
in roast and push in garlic
slivers. Season generously
with black pepper and
lightly with salt and rose-
mary. Place meat on rack in
roasting pan. Brush lightly
with mint sauce and roast in
a 325-degree E oven for 30
minutes a pound for
medium, and 35 minutes a
pound for well done.
NOTE: Gravy is a must for
leg of lamb. Use ice cubes, as
explained above, to de-fat
the drippings. Prepare the
gravy with a mixture of flour
and water shaken in ajar to
blend. Use Gravy Master
(sold near ketchup)' to
enhance color and pow-
dered golden bouillon to
enhance flavor if necessary.

GREEK EASTER LAMB
(NIB)
Serves 6-8
My friend, Gina Thomp-
son, is fortunate to have a
brother-in-law who is of
Greek descent and has
shared his family recipe.
1 large onion, chopped
4 tablespoons chopped
garlic
1 large stalk of celery,
chopped
Several sprigs of fresh
oregano and rosemary
leaves, stripped off the
stem or 1 teaspoon each


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dried
2 tablespoons extra virgin
olive oil
Juice of 2 lemons
1/2 teaspoons
each, salt and pepper
Leg of lamb, about 6
pounds or more, (bone in)
Flour
Potatoes and carrots
Optional: 2 cups beef
gravy, homemade or
canned
In a large skillet, place
chopped vegetables,
oregano and rosemary. Mix
together oil, lemon juice,
salt and pepper; pour over
mixture in skillet. Saute until
mixture is golden turning
frequently.
Remove mixture from pan
and set aside. Dredge lamb
with flour and brown in
remaining oil adding more if
necessary. Let meat cool
until it can be handled.
Make deep slits in the meat
stuffing in the reserved
vegetable mixture. Use the
rest on top and around roast
in the roasting pan. Add
water to come up to 1-inch.
Roast in a preheated 325-
degree E oven 35 to 40
minutes a pound. One hour
before being done, add 2
cups beef gravy to the pan. If
you want the vegetables
cooked with the roast, add
them at the same time.
Remove roast, pour
drippings into a saucepan
and de-fat by adding ice
cubes as explained in
previous lamb recipe.
To serve the Greek way, lay
meat slices over bib lettuce.
ArleneM. Borg the Gram-
my Guru, is available for
talks; call the newspaper at
(772) 465-5656 and leave a
message. When a recipe is not
in Mrs. Borg's cookbook it
will have, (NIB) next to the
title. For an autographed
copy of "Romancing the
Stove With the Grammy
Guru,"send $19 ($15 for the
book, $1j for tax, and $2f-
shipping and handling) to:
Arlene M. Borg, 265 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd, No. 149,
Port St. Lucie, FL 34984.
Check, Visa, Master Card or
Paypal accepted.
They are also available at
local bookstores
Web site: www.romanc-
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East meets West at Chinese eatery


BY JANET SICHEL
Dining Review Crew
PALM BEACH GARDENS
- Seeing red in Western
culture means anger. Red,
the color of violence and
passion in the Western.
world translates differently
in Eastern thinking, which
may explain why Johnny
Wan put a big shiny red
door on his Sun Hai Tokyo
Chinese restaurant.
To him, red signifies
good luck and success; for-
tunes he hopes both he
and his guests will enjoy
when they sit down to
savor his cooking.
And what about this
name for a Chinese restau-
rant? Tokyo? I thought it
must be a Japanese eatery
when I first came to the
Palm Beach Gardens
restaurant in PGA Plaza at
PGA Boulevard and Pros-
perity Farms Road.
How could I, an ordinary
Westerner, know Sun Hai
means Shanghai to Mr.
Wan, and "Tokyo" suggests
that shashimi, sushi rolls,
Japanese appetizers and
soups are also featured.
He explained that his
Chinese name is Sung Hai
and that his father was a
chef in Shanghai before
migrating to Taiwan in the
face of Mao Tse Tung's cul-
tural revolution. Ah, yes,
the inscrutable Oriental
mind at work.
Dinner began when Mr.
Wan seated my son, Dirk,
and me at a elegant rose-
colored tableclothed sta-
tion.
Subtle lighting, under-
stated Chinese d6cor (with
touches of red around the
room) mirrored wall, small
aquarium and a sushi bar
backed by a bright white,
shoji screen, create a casu-
ally sophisticated room
conducive to relaxed din-
ing.
Japanese beers? Yes.


Plum wine? Of course, said
Mr. Wan as we sat down.
Sushi bars are among
No.1 son's favorite eateries,
so I value his pallete.
The ala carte sushi and
sashimi menu lists 14 raw
fish items including: two
tunas, yellowtail, crab,
salmon, eel, conch, massa-
go (fish eggs) and squid
priced at about $2. More
than 30 popular and spe-
cial rolls are offered from
futomaki (five pieces, con-
taining crab, tamago, avo-
cado, cucumber and
Japanese vegetables)
priced at $5.25 to avocado
and crab rolls at $3 and
$3.50. Japanese appetizers
(14) ranged in price from
$3.95 for edemame
(steamed green soybeans)
to a seven-piece yellowtail
sashimi (without rice).
Then came the seafood
soup of shrimp, lobster
and scallops, with vegeta-
bles and a wisp of egg
whites and julienned snow
peas in the chicken stock
broth ($6.95 for two).
For appetizers, I can well
recommend the barbe-
cued spareribs; crisp,
spicy-sweet and so slow-
cooked and moist the meat
slips totally from the bone
($6.50 for six), and the crab
rangoon; fluffly cream
cheese and crabmeat fill-
ing in a delicate (grease-
less) golden wrap ($4.50
for four). Sixteen appetiz-
ers are offered, priced from
$1.75 for spring rolls to a
$14.95 pupu platter for
two, with two each of six
items.
When it came time to
sample entrees, Mr. Wan
asked what we liked,
because he would prepare
something of our prefer-
ence, rather than menu
selections. We opted for
choices he recommends as
popular, so off he went to
the kitchen.
At this juncture, three


uniformed Palm Beach
Gardens police officers
strolled in and seated
themselves next to us.
They were big with guns
and sergeant stripes; the
sort that you don't readily
argue with, but relieve
your concerns about safe-
ty. I tried to look perky,
introduced my credentials,
such as a serious journalist
might, and asked, "How
often do you come here to
eat?"
Well, they couldn't wait
to report that in a four-day
shift, they ate at Sun Hai 50
percent of the time. Like it?
You bet. Sgt. Andy gave me
his card, said he really
mustn't comment on the
food, recommended the
cucumber salad with
kimshi dressing (hot
enough to close the larnyx)
and confirmed that Mr.
Wan would absolutely pre-
pare anything a person felt
like eating. An unbiased
testimonial of unques-
tioned validity, because it
is exactly what Mr. Wan
did, as a fourth officer
joined the table and decid-

ed on some beef and broc-
coli.
We sampled General
Tso's chicken, crispy
shrimp, moo goo gai pan,
and a Singapore rice noo-
dle curry dish with roast
pork, julienned snow peas
and hot chili peppers. All
featured an array of flavors
from the mild gai pan to
the slightly sweet and
tangy Tso chicken to the
tomato-"y" crispy shrimp
to the "wake up" spicy Sin-
gapore curry dish. All were
served steaming hot and
all I would choose again,
although my favorites were
the crab rangoon, sparerib
appetizers and Singapore
curry dish.
The Chinese menu lists
49 entrees which include
nine house specialty dish-
es priced from $ 11.25 to


$13.25 and 21 combination
platters priced from $5.25
to $9.25 for lunch and
$6.45 to $9.25 for dinner.
Individual dishes of
pork, chicken, beef,
seafood, lo mein, fried rice,
chow mein, chop suey and
vegetables come in six to
nine incarnations each.
Served in both small and
large servings with rice,
spiciness may be altered to
taste in Hunan and
Szechuan styles. Entree
prices range from $4.50 to
$14.75. A buffet lunch
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Motion, The Chosen Few,
Eddie Green & the 4-Ever
Praise Dance Company
and Crystal Thackoor.
Last year an outside pro-
moter was employed by the
city, resulting in tickets
priced at $48. Ms. Shut-
tlesworth said city officials.
wanted to make the event
affordable for everyone, so
this year, tickets for Friday
and Saturday are $22 in


advance ($27 at the gate).
Students' and seniors' tick-
ets are $14 in advance ($17
at the gate). Tickets for Sun-
day are $14 ($17 at the gate).
Show hours are 4 p.m. -
midnight on Friday and
Sunday, noon to midnight
on Saturday.
Jazz on the Beach is on
the beach at Singer Island,
across from Ocean Mall.
For more information and
to purchase tickets visit
www.jazzonthebeach.com
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Entertainment Calendar


FRIDAY, APRIL 6

* "2 Pianos, 4 Hands" Maltz
Jupiter Theatre, 1001 East
Indiantown Road, Jupiter. $34-
$42. 7:30 p.m. (through April 8)
Call (561) 575-2223 or visit
www.jupitertheatre.org
* Bob Kovner Jazz Quartet
Downtown at the Gardens, Palm
Beach Gardens. Free. 6-9 p.m.
Visit www.downtownatthegar-
dens.com
* Antigravity Kravis Center for
the Performing Arts, 701 Okee-
chobee Blvd., West Palm Beach.
$15-$50. 8 p.m. Call (561) 832-
7469 or visit www.kravis.org
* Ike Woods r&b, 6-9 p.m. Free.
CityPlace Plaza, CityPlace, West
Palm Beach. Visit


www.cityplace.com
* Paula West Royal Room at the
Colony Hotel, 155 Hammond
Ave., Palm Beach. Two shows
nightly on Fri. and Sat. (through
April 14). Call (561) 659-8100 or
visit
www.thecolonypalmbeach.com
* Russell Peters Improv at City-
Place, W. Palm Beach. Tickets
$23.80 (plus two drink min.). 8
and 10 p.m. (Also appearing April
7 at 7, 9 and 11 p.m.). Call (561)
833-1812 or visit www.palm-
beachimprov.com

SATURDAY, APRIL 7

* Tom Jones Kravis Center for
the Performing Arts, 701 Okee-


chobee Blvd., West Palm Beach.
$25-$110. 8 p.m. Call (561) 832-
7469 or visit www.kravis.org
* Nicholas Marks & Ari Latin
pop, 6 9 p.m. Free. CityPlace
Plaza, CityPlace, West Palm
Beach. Visit www.cityplace.com

MONDAY, APRIL 9

Bob Lapin and the Palm
Beach Pops, featuring the Mills
Brothers and the Count Basie
Orchestra, Kravis Center for the
Performing Arts, 701 Okeechobee
Blvd., West Palm Beach. $85. 8
p.m. (also April 10) Call (561) 832-
7677 or visit www.palmbeach-
pops.org
Alon Goldstein, piano Kravis
Center for the Performing Arts


(Rinker Playhouse), 701 Okee-
chobee Blvd., West Palm Beach.
$30. 7:30 p.m. Call (561) 832-
7469 or visit www.kravis.org

WEDNESDAY, APRIL11

* George Benson and Al Jar-
reau Kravis Center for the Per-
forming Arts, 701 Okeechobee
Blvd., West Palm Beach. $25-
$100. 8 p.m. Call (561) 832-7469
or visit www.kravis.org

THURSDAY, APRIL 12

* U.S. Air Force Concert Band
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From page BI


what you should wear and
how it will impact those in
your presence. But, do you
ever consider how your
clothes impact you and
your personal energy?
The colors, textures and
design of clothing can
make you feel confident
and in control or weak and
unimportant.
For example, if you go to
a social gathering wearing
khakis and muted earth
tone colors you are likely to
feel low energy and possi-
bly go unnoticed. Those
colors are very neutral
energy and allow you melt
into the woodwork. The
same happens if you wear
soft pastels. However, if the
pastel is really low energy,
such as soft pink, you will
not only melt into the


woodwork, but you will lose
any feeling of being in
charge of the events
surrounding you at that
moment.
On the other hand, bright
hot pink in a shirt, blouse or
necktie will boost your
energy and your confi-
dence.
Try following a few basic
feng shui guidelines on how
to energize by surrounding
yourself with the right
clothes for the day ahead or
the event you are attending:
Wear: neutral colors on
days you want to accom-
plish a lot with minimum
interruptions; bright colors
on days you need to be very
productive, upbeat and on
the go all day; fitted clothes
in darker colors on those
days when you need to be


in total self-control; loose
fitting, light colored clothes
on days when you wish to
relax; black when you want
to absorb the energy of the
moment and red when you
want to be noticed.
It doesn't matter whether
your plans for the day are in
the corporate boardroom
or sitting on the deck
reading a book. Dressing
appropriately for the
energy needed for the day
will make your day more
productive and enjoyable.
The clothes you wear and
the colors of those gar-
ments will make a huge
difference in what and how
you accomplish the tasks
ahead.
Start noticing how you
feel when you are wearing
certain colors and designs.


Pay attention to how your
day went while wearing,
them. Do you feel drained
at the end of the day or do
you still have enough
energy left to enjoy your
evening with your family or
friends? Everything you say,
think and do matters
including what you wear.
If you work in an office
and want a promotion, or
want clients to follow your
lead, then dress the part of
a leader. Evaluate the
clothes in your closet to see
if they are providing the
energy you need.

PatHeydlauff is a feng
shui consultant, public
speaker, columnist and
artist. Call her at (561) 799-
3443 or e-mail balancin-
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He practices three keys
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and good food.
This is Chinese cuisine
with a New York China-
town heritage. Mr. Wan's


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Gardens

outlasts

Dwyer

Gators win
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game, 3-0
BY KEVIN CROCILLA
Sports writer
PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS The highly tout-
ed match-up between No.
1 Dwyer and No. 2 Gar-
dens softball teams didn't
disappoint, but there are
two ways to look at it
Those who love pitch-
ing duels were in heaven.
Those who love action
would have had a hard
time sitting through the
entire game, which lasted
through 17 innings. It was
a marathon game, worthy
of going down in high
school history. After four
hours of shut out play,

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Dwyer's Jenee Loree (12) throws a pitch in the first inning
of what would turn out to be a four-hour game against
Palm Beach Gardens last Friday.


and no runs scored by
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Torre finally ended it with
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Hobie Hiler/staff photographer
Palm Beach Gardens' Lizzy Davis (9) connects with the ball in the first inning of a game
against Dwyer at Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens last Friday.


Outlasts
From page B6
duel between Dwyer's big
lefty Jenee Loree and Gar-
dens' freshman pitcher
Lizzie Corgan. Both were
dominant throughout,
and both pitched all 17
innings.
Loree was simply
untouchable. Her fastball
was downright nasty and
gave Gardens problems
all night. She was throw-
ing with impressive
velocity and continually
blew Gardens' hitters
away. When a Gators hit-
ter did get a bat on the
ball, it was rarely good
contact. Instead, all Gar-
dens could muster most
of the game were spin-
ning pop-ups and weak
grounders. There were a
few solid hits that got
through the Dwyer
infield, but they were few
and far between.
"Jenee was just amaz-
ing. She has been tremen-
dous for us. She pitched
seven innings i the night
before. She's just a
machine," said head
coach Joe DellaRocca.


"I really could tell that
all of them were fatigued.
There are no excuses, but
I really think that we were
tired and I don't think
some of the things would
have gone the way they
did, if it weren't for such a
long game."
Corgan, on the other
hand, didn't have Loree's
velocity, but she kept
Dwyer hitters off balance
with good command and
control of all her pitches.
She got lots of help from
her defense, as well. Mul-
tiple times, 'Dwyer had a
girl on third base with
one out and every time,
the Gators defense bailed
Corgan out of a jam. She
lasted up until the 17th
and final inning and
received her much-
deserved win.
After everything was
said and done, Loree
ended up with 20 strike-
outs and Corgan tallied
nine. The game was so
long, that many fans
called it a night and said
goodbye to friends long
before it was over. As they
left the park, their expres-
sions said it all: "I love
watching her play, but


'this is ridiculous!" Many
parents let out exasperat-
ed cries every time the
game looked like it might
be over. Various oohss"
and "aahhs" resounded
throughout both sides of
the crowd during multi-
ple close calls that would
have ended or signaled
the beginning of the end
of the game.
During the final
innings, Loree was obvi-
ously tired. She was still
pitching well, -but it was
evident she didn't have
the same zip on her fast-
ball that she had in the
early innings. The pitch
that Torre knocked over
the right-centerfield wall
sent the Gardens crowd
(what was left of them)
into a frenzy, and stunned
the Dwyer crowd into
complete silence. It was
Torre's first home run of
her career and could not
have been in a more
important game.
After such an intense
and draining battle, Gar-
dens takes possession of
the No. 1 ranking in the
area. The Gators face
Dwyer again on April 17
at the Gardens campus.


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Travis Benjamin from
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Leonardo Seymore from
Dwyer High School sprint
to the finish line during the
100-meter dash finals at
the 50th annual Dick
Melear Palm Beach County
Championship at Dwyer in
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Hobie Hiler
staff photographer


County track meet turns into showdown


BY KEVIN CROCILLA
Sports writer
PALM BEACH GARDENS
- The 50th annual Dick
Melear Palm Beach County
Championship track meet
was held at Dwyer High
School' in Palm Beach Gar-
dens last Thursday, and the
host Panthers had to work
for every point.
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the boys team tied Glades
Central for second place
behind meet winners Park
Vista.
The Dwyer boys team has
been winning everything in
sight, but this was easily
their biggest challenge of the
year so far. It was the first
time they faced Glades Cen-
tral, a school that prides
itself in track as much as
football.


The big match up that
everyone at Blum Stadium
waited all week to see was
Glades Central's senior
speedster, Deonte Thomp-
son and Dwyer's best sprint-
er, junior Leonardo Sey-
more.
Thompson, a football
signee with the University of
Florida, is not only a talent-
ed wide receiver, but he is
one of the fastest sprinters in
the state. He didn't compete
in track because of injuries
last year, but the previous
year, as a sophomore, took
second in the state in the 100
meter. His best time this
year is a 10.47.'
Seymore took sixth place
in the 100 meter as a sopho-
more last year at states. His
best time this year was a
10.68, but it was actually
inflated to a 10.84, due to
wind.
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Nothing like a good dinner, round of golf


One great thing about
the annual PGA
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spending time with fellow
golf media and friends.
We usually end our long,
tiring week with a great
dinner on the last night and
a round of golf the next
morning before heading
home.
Having dinner together
gives us one last chance to
relax and share our stories
from the week. The golf
allows us to test out a few of
the new products before
returning home.
This year's dinner was at
the Capital Grille (www.the-
capitalgrille.com or (407)
370-4392) at the new and
improved Pointe Orlando,
across from the convention
center on International
Drive.
Dining there is quite an
experience for all of the
senses., There is lots of
mahogany, plush leather,
dark colors and distinctive
artwork to sooth your mood
and relax you.
We started off with the
restaurant's signature drink,
a pineapple martini. We
toasted the week that had
been and welcomed the first
moment in nearly a week to
get off our feet and forget
aboutwork.
From there our host
brought us a variety of
appetizers, which included
crab cakes, shrimp, oysters
and cheeses. The lobster
bisque soup is the best to
have ever passed my lips.
The main course consisted
of perfectly grilled, dry-aged
steaks and succulent
seafood. I had a savory 24-
ounce porterhouse steak
that was beyond delicious.
Choosing the perfect wine
from a list of more than 400
is not an easy task. Fortu-
nately, our host knew
exactlywhat was required to
bring out the flavor and add
to the enjoyment of our
food.


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist

The dessert menu was a
. book in itself. Our server
brought us nearly every-
thing. The flourless choco-
late espresso cake was well
liked, as was my favorite, the
coconut cream pie.
Our dining experience was
the perfect end to a tough
week of work. We vowed to
make dinner at the Capital
Grille a new tradition.
The following morning it
was time to pack up, check
out and enjoy one final
round of golf.


Harmony Golf Preserve
(www. harmonygolfpre-
serve.com or (407) 891-8525)
just outside St. Cloud on .
U.S. Highway 192 rolled out
the welcome mat and
provided us with a perfect
venue to test our new
products and get in a few
more swings.
Designed by Johnny
Miller, the course is the
centerpiece of the town of
Harmony and is managed
byTroon Golf.
Miller's design wraps the
course around existing
wetlands and oak ham-
mocks, creating a stunning
combination of nature and
art.
There are no homes on
any of the 280 acres used by
the course. The develop-
ment uses other portions of
the 11,000 acres of broad
meadows, strands of
southern pines and a pair of
shimmering 500-acre
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recreation and preserve
areas.
The course features a
beautiful new 18,000-


square-foot clubhouse,
complete with men's and
ladies' locker rooms, and a
complete practice facility.
With five sets of tees,
measuring from 5,410 yards
to as much as 7,428 yards,
everyone can find a set that
allows them to both chal-
lenge and enjoy their game.
I last played the course
when it had its grand
opening about five years
ago.
I had the pleasure of
playing a couple of holes
with Mr. Miller, including
my favorite, the par-5 16th. I
had hit a good drive and was
planning on laying up to
avoid the water when Mr.
Miller arrived.
As I tried to sneak my 7-
iron back into my bag and
retrieve my3-wood, he
asked who had hit such a
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who ran a 10.35 in the 100
meter.
Both Thompson and Sey-
more have breezed through
their previous meets so it
was these two coming down
the line in the finals on
Thursday.
Both sprinters won their
respective preliminary heats
with ease, coasting 'through
the finish line to conserve
extra energy.
Thompson's preliminary
100 meter time was an 11.18
and Seymore's was an 11.09.
Things were looking up
for the host's team's sprinter,
as Seymore also beat
Thompson in the prelimi-
nary 200-meter sprint. In
this race, both runners were
in the same heat and Sey-
more edged Thompson by a
few feet.
He looked very comfort-
able after the race and later
said, "I was barely running
hard!"
It looked as though Sey-
more might edge the
favorite in the finals in both
the 100 and 200 meter and it
seemed Thompson might
be human after all. After a
long break, the time finally
came for the 100-meter final
and everyone gathered for
the final showdown.
Right out of the gate, it
was obvious the race was
between these young men.
Halfway through, it
appeared that Thompson
had the edge, and as they got
closer to the finish line,
Thompson led by about a
yard. The only question was
if Seymore was going to
catch him. The answer was
no. Thompson kept that
yard as they crossed the fin-
ish line and won with a
10.65. Seymore finished sec-
ond with a 10.81.
After the race, Seymore
was not happy, disappoint-
ed he didn't run his best
race.
"I didn't warm up enough.
I almost got disqualified
because I was so late getting
to the blocks. It wasn't my
best race," he said.
After losing the 100 meter,
Seymore was hoping to get
revenge by beating Thomp-
son in the 200 meter, a race
he also holds dear. Again, it
was an exciting race and was
even closer than the 100
meter.
Down the stretch, it was
the same pair again. This
time, no one could tell who
*it would be until they


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crossed the finish line. It was
a photo finish, but Thomp-
son held the edge again. He
finished with a 21.40 and
Seymore clocked a 21.47.
Along with these two
wins, Thompson, also
anchored Glades Central's 4
x 100-meter relay team.
Glades Central won this race
as well, and Thompson was
named outstanding per-
former of the meet for the
boys.
Seymore, on the other
hand, said this only moti-
vates him more for the state
meet.
"I know I can beat him. It
just makes me want to run
faster. If I run my perfect
race, I can be the fastest (in
the state),"he said.
Other top performers
were Dwyer sprinters Joe
Ferguson and Reshaw
Exilien. Ferguson edged out
his teammate to win the
400-meter with a time of
47.97 in the finals.
Exilien finished second,
with a time of 48.56. He also
placed third in the 200-
meter behind Thompson
and his teammate Seymore
with a time of 22.25.
Other top performers
from Dwyer were Marcus
Hicks and Sean Wallace.
Hicks placed second in
the shot put with a distance
of 49-feet, 1-inch. Wallace
placed second in the triple
jump with a distance of 42-
feet, 7-inches.

Looking ahead

Seymore has the opportu-
nity to place very high at the
state meet in both the 100
meter and 200 meter. He
was right behind one of the
best sprinters in the state in
both races. Even though he
won't run into Thompson at
states because of differing
classes (Glades Central is 2A,
Dwyer is 3A) he will have to
worry about other sprinters,
especially from Miami,
where a few schools such as
Miami-Jackson and Wash-
ington Heights have fast
sprinters every year.
Both Ferguson and Exilien
have opportunities to finish
well in the 400 meter.
Both runners have gone
back and forth and created a
friendly rivalry in the race.
They will undoubtedly face
tougher tests as the season
goes on, but both have con-
tinually beaten their compe-
tition solidly, often by as
much as two seconds.
Head boys coach Lincoln
Knowles was somewhat dis-
appointed after the meet,
but remained optimistic for
the rest of the season.
"I'm not too thrilled about
this performance. I would
have been happy with first
But I have a very strong
team and I feel very good
about the future," he said.


Stammer.
From page B9
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sea wall and dock. Lam-
bert Ave. Must Sell!
$760,000. 732-241-9889




STUART Condo with
DOCK, 4885 SE Capstan
Ave #E-26, Moorings of
Manatee. Nicely furnished
2br/2ba with only one
fixed bridge, 15 min to in-
let. $320,000 Call Abbie
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DAYTONA BEACH -
2br/2ba on Halifax River.
Furnished, 3 pools, 2
docks, rec. rm., walk to
beach & mall. Low fees.
$166,500. 386-615-1859
HOLLY HILL- Cedar
Point Brand new, 3 bdrm,
2 bath, w/carport, 1st fir,
great location, Reduced!
$150,000 owner/agent.
Rent to own. Call Curtis
561-718-4010

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Hutchinson Island
South: NY Hilton City
Club time share PLUS
Beautiful 1/1 Furn condo
in Ocean Village Beach-
front Community. Owner
motivated! $225,000
BOTH obo 772-466-9245
LAKE PARK Beautiful
lake view. Large
2-br/1-ba. New carpet &
tile. Large screened
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561-624-8015
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55+ beautiful 2/2 end unit
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front door. Boat dock
avail. Direct ocean
access/ no fixed bridges.
By owner $199,900
Furnished 508-320-3908
561-723-4570
PALM BAY Condo: 2
master bd/2ba, 18" Italian
tile kit, tennis, pool, club-
house; fees also include
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Harris/Churches/Medical.
$137,1000. 321-536-1438
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De La Bahia Deeded
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$212,900 net. Owner/
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TEQUESTA: Gated
comm. 2br/2ba, 1500 sf
cond. 18 Hole Fazio golf
course. Lighted Har-tru
tennis courts, clbhse, &
pool on Lox River. All
included monthly maint.
Golf & river view.
Remodeled, fully furn. No
pets. Ready to move in!
$229,000. 561-748-7970
VERO BEACH Condo,
Tile firs, nice 55+ comm.
updated & ready for new
owners. $79,900 John
king, Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054
Vero Beach: 2/2, 1st fir,
pool, clbhse, boat dock,
fully furn.Walk to shop-
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Long Leaf Plantation. 4/3
mastersrs. Living rm,
Dining rm, Eat in kitchen,
Family rm, fireplace.
Beautiful! $375,000.
386-736-1092

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HOBE SOUND Gomez
Area, 8182 SE Cumber-
land Cir, Heritage Planta-
tion. 2 br possibly 3rd br.
on large lot with room for
pool/play. $320,000
Please call Abbie Brock-
way, Keller Williams Re-
alty 772-932-1827
INDIALANTIC CANAL
FRONT 3BR/2BA, pool.
1937sf. Granite counter
tops, hardwood & tile
flooring. $624,900. Be-
linda DeMasso Re/Max
Alternative 321-960-1506
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
5BR/2BN2 Car. CBS
pool home, 2227sf., open
plan.Master bath w/jetted
tub & sep shower, double
vanity. $519,900. Belinda
DeMasso Re/Max Alter-
native 321-960-1506
JENSEN BEACH Estate
Sale. Near town CBS
2/2/1 New roof, screened
room. Asking $168,900.
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Jupiter: The Hamptons
3/2/2 + FLA rm, Divosta
Home W/D No pets
$1700/mo or sell for
$340K 561-723-8441
Owner / Agent
MELBOURNE FSBO
Best Price in Live Oak
Subdivision: 3/2 split,
1785 sq ft living, Master
Suite w/ sep. Garden Tub
& Shower, LR/DR/FR,
Designer Touches, Wood
Laminate + much more,
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2006 CBS 3bd/2ba/2car
All Upgraded-10yr. Warr.
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30'x10' Porch, 2312 sq ft
$219,900.321-432-2928
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MERRITT ISL- 3/2/2 cg.
Lakefront home w/solar
heated pool, indoor
sauna, gas fp & open
plan. Close to beaches &
Orl airport. $319K. Call
David Beberwyk @ 321-
987-5200. Daignault Realty

MERRITT ISLAND -
Central. 2 Story 4br/2.5ba
/2 Gar Doors in Palmetto
Sub-Division. $395,000.
Belinda DeMasso ReMax
Alternative 321-960-1506
MERRITT ISLAND -
Waterside Drive 5br/5ba/
oversized 3 car garage
with elegant river rock
pool. 4400+sq.ft. living.
Indian River access
w/gazebo. Porcelain tile
w/tumble Stones, high
ceilings, crown molding,
formal living w/gas FP.
Master suite w/2 closets
that are aprx 11x6, one is
a safe room w/poured
concrete walls, $785,000.
Call Belinda DeMasso
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321-960-1506

MOTIVATED!!
GRANT-Peaceful Country
Living.l1+ac., custom CBS
3/2/2, pool, 3215 tsf, '05,
huge mstr, custom kitch.,
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screen porch, $439,900.
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Ormond Beach 7 miles
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Estates 4/2.5 solar htd
pool home on 1/3 acre.
Cony loc, 1st fir has new
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ty! 8050 S. Tropical Trail:
Spacious 4/3.5/2.5, Large
Kitchen, Dock + Much
More. Must see to be-
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ORMOND BEACH -
Must Sell. Nicest
3br/2ba, pool, lake, pre-
mium lot home in presti-
gious Hunter's Ridge.
Reduced 64K to
$379,500. 386-673-7623
PALM BAY NE BRICK
BEAUTY: 3/2/2, city wa-
ter, vaulted ceilings, like
new carpet/fresh paint, 2
porches, huge mango
trees w/ fruit. Fin. Avail.
$176K. offers considered
321-733-7120/794-5962.
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PALM BAY NW, Built '93.
3 BR/2 BA/2 car garage,
new roof, 1352sf, huge
screened porch, quiet
cul-de-sac, $169,900.
321-368-6558

TERRIFIC
PALM BAY SE- Our
loss, your gain! Amazing,
large, bright. Never lived
in! 3/2/2, $199,000.
321-508-8666
PALM CITY Canoe
Creek. Well kept 3/2/2
great yard & location. A+
schools. Lowest price in
Neigh. Motivated Seller
$399,900. 561-662-5735
PORT ORANGE -
Spruce Creek Fly-In.
Lovely 2BD/2BA, 2-CG,
Wooded lot on golf
course. Master suite,
Dressing room, Fam. rm.,
Screen porch. New paint.
By Owner. No Brokers.
$274,000. 386-760-2104
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
new 4/2/2 energy efficient
home. 2430sqft. Patio.
Close to 95. Hurricane
shutters. $259,900.
Or rent for 1350/mo
1-954-783-9295
PORT ST LUCIE 2/1
Morningside area, quite
cul-de-sac. Totally reno-
vated. Central location.
Asking $138k Financing
Avail. MLS#R2781243
772-528-6270
Owner/Agent


PORT ST Lucie 2/2/2
CBS'surrounded by new
homes in Floresta area.
Large yard, new roof
w/some upgrades.
$110,000 772-879-9257

PORT ST LUCIE, 3/2/1,
wood/ tile firs, scrn pool,
corner lot. Nice location.
5 min to SLW, conv tp
195, & schools. $195,000.
Incl. appl. 772-380-3610


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$189,900. 772-370-9912. -

PRICED TO SELL!
West Melbourne Lake-
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sq', 3281 total, Ig. custom
Kit., 2 pantries, 30'x10'
'porch, big playground!!!
$314,900. 321-728-0036
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Ormond by the Sea 2/1
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386-235-1718

ST. LUCIE WEST:
Heatherwood, Gated,
4/3/2, CBS with screen
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TITUSVILLE BEST BUY
new 4/2 split,1636 sf, 75'x
120', 5 appl's, sprinkler on
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$179,900. 321-269-0912
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VERO BEACH 2br/ 2ba
completely remodeled
home. Updated tile &
wood flooring. $153,900
Call Chad Smalley,
Real;ty King Inc.
772-589-3054 / Cell
772-633-4988

VERO BEACH: .2/2, Irg
eat in kitchen w/ upgrade
appls & cherry faced
cabinets. Scrnd in porch,
w/lrg fenced lot. Cnty wtr.
$159,000 772-569-5280.
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772-528-4137

PORT ST. LUCIE:
FSBO, 1/2 Acre Lot. Loc.
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Near all schools. Call for
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Mountain & lake view.
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TENNESSEE 48 acres
wooded 4-miles from 165
& Town 50/mi south of
Nashville, several house
sites 1 w/septic system.
$115.00 Will divide.
931-993-93770
VERO BEACH: 70X290,
Wooded, private. Central
to everything, schools,
shopping, parks. 3 miles
to beach. $149,000.
772-567-8133; 584-1414
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VERO BEACH: 80 X 105
.Water, sewer, cleared in
area of new homes. Walk
to Highland Elem
$49,900 Some financing
by owner 772-468-2250

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HOBE SOUND 55+ ac-
tive adult community.
Cambridge. '95 Homes of
Meritt, 2/2+den. Furnish-
ed, own land, carport,
shed. Asking $129,900k
with lease option. Pet
friendly. 772-546-6062
772-233-9720
JENSEN BEACH
Tropical Acres 2-br/2-ba
Florida Room. All new
appliances. Rent or buy
the land. Clubhouse &
pool. New sprinklers. Low
Fees. Inside cats OK.
$17,500 negotiable
772-334-2421

JUPITER: Suni Sands,
961 North A1A. 55+ 2/2,
pool, clubhouse, boat
docks. Walk to beach &
restaurants. $32,000.
Call 330-323-7622
MICCO-1692 sf under air:
like new 2/2 w/fam rm +
indr florida rm + scrn rm;
xlg76x125 deeded lot/golf
resort comm. + $122,500
772-663-1388/c:453-9017
MIMS, NORTH, Pine-
wood Village, 2 BR/2 BA,
central heat/air, Fl. room
& open porch, storage, lot
rent $238/mo. Asking
$20,900. 321-385-3497 or
321-863-3757
PORT ORANGE -
Crane Lakes. 1500+sf,
10x26 screen porch.
Water/golf course view.
3br/2ba. $137,000.
386-322-2238
PORT ST. LUCIE:
Savanna Club, 55+,
Active comm. 3716
Spatter Dock Lane,
Vacant, corner lot newly
painted, new carpet,
1280sq.ft, 3 pools &
exercise rooms, golf,
theater, tennis, many
clubs & activities.
$86,900. Call Riverside
100, Remax. Judy Tinney
772-337-9600; 341-6444
STUART: 2BR/1.5BA,
Near 1-95 superb area.
Small clean park,
children & small pets
okay. Includes car looks
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772-567-5905
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houn, Putnam & High-
land. Realtors & Invest-
ors welcome.
1-718-797-0807 www.
usalandventures.com
FREE VACATION Ten-
nessee Mtns Free Va-
cation to visit our
mountain acreage com-
munity overlooking the
Tennessee River. Call
706-657-7655
GA LAND Bargains! 20+
AC Great Price, Location
and Financing.
www.gaforest.com
GAIFL Border Huge
Savings! 23.55 AC, only
$99,900 (Was $124,900)
Coastal region. Wooded,
loaded with wildlife. Easy
Drive to St. Simons Is-
land! Subdivision Poten-
tial! Call Now
1-800-898-4409 x1157
GEORGIA Hancock
County 5acre home site
w/ frontage on state Hwy.
A steal at $15,000. Town
& Country Real Estate
478-552-5681
www.tandcrealestate.com
GEORGIA
223+ acres. Gilmer Coun-
ty. 1 mile county road
frontage, creeks, bot-
tomland, ridges, views,
wildlife, great investment
or develop. $12,500/acre
O w ner/Ag e nt
706-273-6938
GEORGIA LAND 165ac
SE of Atlanta Great
Investment. Residential
development. Wooded,
Hunting, double road
frontage. Elec & Phone.
$6800 per acre. Nikki
Mckinley ReMax Lake
Oconee. nikkimckinley.com
1-478-719-4335 or
1-706-485-5700
GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
No. GA mountain land
outside Dahlonega (near
end of Rt 400) for 2nd
home/private country
estate, getaway, Or B&B.
Wooded 43 acre tract on
unpaved road. Year
round stream, 1hr from
Atlanta. $12K/acre. A.
Rauzin 1-305-968-7505
By owner.
GEORGIA SE
EMANUEL CO.
2-5 acre wooded lots.
Site build only. Horses -
welcome. Paved roads.
1-16 US1. Payments as
low as $158/mo. LOW
taxes. 912-585-2174

GEORGIA, 1000+ft.
frontage on creek with
rushing shoals. Great
building sites. City water
available. $14,000/acre,
total of 34 acres.
Ow ner/Agent
706-273-6938
KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
KENTUCKY LAND
26 acres. Beautiful spring
fed lake, building site.
Great fishing, deer &
turkey hunting. $77,900.
1 Acre $5001down,
$105/month.
Call 270-999-0179

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LAFAYETTE COUNTY:
Must Sell! 5 acre tracts;
Home site or investment.
Financing avail. $59,000
ea. Owner/Broker Daniel
Crapps Agency, Inc.
1-800-805-7566
LAKE MARION S.C. 2
acres, excellent build-
ing site. No Impact Fee,
Low taxes and insur-
ance. $22,900 Owner
Financing .
803-473-7125
MISSISSIPPI DELTA
Investment grade "arm-
land, good return & apA'
preciation. 1031 Ex-
change opportunity.,
Hunting properties, deer
&turkey, specialize duck'
hunting properties. Deanr
Land & Realty,.
662-686-7807 David"
Fisher
MOUNTAINS OF Tdep-
nessee River Tracts. All
tracts are 5+ acres. Spe-
cial introductory offer!'

Financing available. Call,,
888-836-8439. See at:
www.tnwithaview.conr
MUNISING, MI Lk. Su-
perior. 1300+sf condbo.
2br/2ba. Vaulted ceilings.,
16x24 garage. $184.000
386-788-6899 or
906-869-6815
N.C. HOTSPRING$
Gated Community sur-'
rounded by Pisgah. Na-
tional Forest' Clubhouse,
hiking raitl, waierfallI
Hpmesites from r
$70K to $225K.
Nature lover's paradise
1-877-477-3473' .
;v' FireflyMounlain com
.N.C. Asheville 7 unit
r!otil. Park incis land &
noble 1 dIblwd
V$280,000 Can partly
finance. Call Owner.
Howard 828-216.4711,
321-456-5710
N.C. MOUNTAINS New
mtn chalet. Custom, bit'
1280sf cedar chalet on
2.46ac $89,900. Cathe-
dral ceilings, lots of
"glass, small creek''& tZ
to finish 828-286-1666
N.C./ GEORGIA -
MOUNTAINS- ^
World's greatest views!.
Homesites iaring
$39,900. Land/ Log home
package kits $99.900
Waterfalls, creeKs. r..ers.
lakes. Pre-consiruction
discounts. Limited availa-
bility.
1-888-389-3504 x600
NC LAND
36ACS,
TEN MILE VIEWS, near
Raleigh, deer, turkey,
creeks, 2 homesites, 2
possible pondsites;
$149.,990! WE FLY YOU
HERE! P.clures.
owner@newbranch.comni
919-693-8984



NC LOG CABIN
Beautiful 2BRi 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Le New'
On rental program. Great
investment-Smoky. Mtssi
321-432-1557 $189,900
NC MOUNTAINS ,9
Log cabin $119,900.
Spectacular 2-story cabin
on 1.3 acres. Finishes
out into 3BR/2BA; E-Z
financing. Free info.
828-652-8700
NO CAROLINA Lake
Hiwassee 170' Lake
frontage in Bear Paw 2.9
acres. Magnificent views
$600,000. 770-845-7381
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NO GEORGIA Mountains
Dahloneta. In Georgia
wine country Cavender
Creek Cabins. Romantic
weekends, Family vaca-
tions.1,2,3 Bedroom cab-
ins w/hot tubs, satellite
TV, fireplaces.
866-373-6307 Take our
virtual tour @
www.cavendercreek.com
NORTH CAROLINA
LAND
New homesites 1-6 acres
just north of Charlotte.
Buy now build later. Low
taxes! Free brochures
866-603-5263
NORTH CAROLINA
Log Cabin $99,900. E-Z
to finish interior on a
acre site. Mountain
homesites 1-8 acres
wldramatic views!
Paved access, utilities.
E-Z Financing.
828-247-9966
NORTH CAROLINA- NW
NEW LISTING: Breath-
taking View in ,Boone!
4-5bdrms/2ba/2+ car gar.
Fireplaces, Entertainment
Home w/ Wet Bar &
Many Upgrades! Mother-
in-Law Apt. all on Land-
scaped .58 acre. By ownr
$429,000. 828-264-7455
See HD Slideshow of
Home- Ad # 37845 www.
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PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS: Furn private bed
& bath. Kitchen priv,
washer & dryer. Villa, w/
serenity garden patio &
comm pool. $650
includes utilities. Female
preferred 973-800-0029
PORT ST. LUCIE Blvd/
Floresta. 3/2 Pool home.
Pet friendly. Furn room.
$155/wk, incl everything.
$310 to move in. Please
Ive Msg. 772-418-0858
VERO LAKE ESTATES-
Professional Woman
Seeks Same to Share
New Home, 3/2/2. $600 a
month + Utilities. Close to
1-95. Call 321-751-2111
V1ERRA POOL HOME
Professional Woman
Seeks Same to Share
. New Home, 3/2/2. $695 a
month + Utilities. Close to
1-95. Call 321-751-2111





HOBE SOUND Studio
close to beach. Great
neighborhood. Electric,
water, cable, Inc. W/D no
pets or smoking. Asking
$825/mo 772-546-6226
INDIALANTIC BEACH,
Direct Ocean !! Furn 1/1,
2nd Fl w/ balcony, pool.
Util incl. Avail 5/1 for 7mo
$1500mo. 229-291-8414
JUNO BEACH: Ocean
Trace 2/2 Condo over-
looks lake & pool in
comm. Granite counters
& hrdwd firs. $1275/mo
Call 561-951-3404
Avail furn or unfurn
www.oceantrace.com


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NORTH CAROLINA,
Cool Mountain Air, Views
& Stream, Homes, Cab-
Ins & Acreage. FREE
Brochure 1-800-642-5333
Realty of Murphy, 317
Peachtree St. Murphy,NC
28906 realtyofmurphy.com
NORTH GEORGIA
Mountains, Dahlonega. In
Georgia wine country
Cavender Creek Cabins.
Romantic weekends,
Family vacations. 1,2,3
Bedroom cabins w/hot
tubs, satellite TV,
fireplaces.
1-866-373-6307 Take our
virtual tour at
www.cavendercreek.com
SOUTH CAROLINA -
Aiken. 1020 acres, Cull-
owhee Plantation, excel-
lent hunting, big timber,
surrounded by county
roads, near 1-20.
www.southcarolinaplantat
ion.com. Call owner
803-640-3497
ST. SIMONS Island, GA.
(between Jacksonville &
Savannah), 4/3/2 home +
library, custom built low
country style new home
in coastal new gated
community, 10 min to
ocean, 2,600 sq ft livea-
ble, Quality throughout in
golfers paradise & sur-
rounded by live Oak trees
w/Spanish moss. Low
taxes & ins. No hurri-
canes in 100 yrs.
$549,000 561-630-7792


LAKE PARK: 2/1 Lake
Shore Dr. Incl'ds cable &
water; unfurnished. No
pets lyr. lease $850 First
& Security 561-627-1731
North Palm Beach 2/2
2nd floor, no pets 1 year
lease $925.
561-627-1731
PORT ST Lucle Kings
Isle. 2-br/2-ba 55+ comm.
Tiles, carpet in bedrooms
new kitchen appliances &
cabinets. Ready to move
in. Maria $167,000 or
$1000 per month
352-201-2337
Port St. Lucie Anchorage
Cove. Immac 2-br/2-ba.
Gated Comm. Includes
Amenities Pool/clbhse.
Dockage avail. Make
offer. $185K Taylor
Ashley R.E. Ron
Paradise 772-418-0647
VERO BEACH 55+
Furnished 1-br/1.5-ba.
Completely renovated,
Brand New appliances
Pool, Enclosed porch
with pretty view on golf
course. No smoking/no
pets $800 772-538-3586


GEORGIA Mountains
Dahlonega. In the-Heart
of the Georgia wine
country! Cavender Creek
Cabins. 1,2,3 BR cabins
w/hot tubs, Satellite TV.
Take our virtual tour@
www.cavendercreek.com
1-866-373-6307
Top Of The Mountain
N. Carolina Murphy 2/2
chalet w/fireplace. Enjoy
sparkling lakes, crisp
clean air & friendly folks.
fish, white water rafting &
so much more. Reserve
now for 20071 $450/wk.
828-837-9026
828-837-1045 Email us
at: b52hirider@dnet.net
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TALLAHASSEE Invest-
ment property Rented
until August '07 at
$1100/month. .37 acre w/
3 BR/2 BA house. Locat-
ed near FSU, TCC, FA-
MU. Awesome rental
property for students and
families! $142,000/obo.
Call Kyle at 321-749-9453
TENNESSEE -
Premier Land Sales!
Ready to invest, retire,
build your dream home or
relocate? 1-3 acre home
sites. Natural waterfalls,
placid lakes, breathtaking
bluffs, & grassy hillocks,
paved roads, utilities.
Horseback riding, fishing,
golf, white water rafting,
scenic railroad rides.
Owner financing, low
down. Introductory Prices
Starting $19,900.
1-888-811-2158;
www.TNLots.com

TENNESSEE
1-3ac. homesites.
Premier Land Salesl
Waterfalls, lakes, bluffs,
& utilities. Horseback
riding, golf, fishing, white
water rafting. Owner
financing, low down.
Starting $19,900.
1-888-281-5456;
www.TNLots.com


PORT ST. LUCIE: 3/2
Midport 11, 1st floor, tile,
appls, W&S included
$825/mo. Call Linda.
772-285-2274




WATERFRONT LIVING
PALM COAST Brand
new 2br/2ba condo.
Steps from pool, walking
paths, canoes & more.
Avail. April 1st.
$1375/mo. 386-527-2297



FT. PIERCE 3/1 Com-
pletely renovated from
top to bottom! Tile, car-
pet, wood cabinets, SS
appl. HVAC, ceiling fans.
$950/mo + Security
www.lease-options.com
561-414-7355
Jupiter: The Hamptons
3/2/2 + FLA rm, Divosta
Home W/D No pets
$1700/mo or sell for
$340K 561-723-8441
Owner / Agent


FLAT ROCK NC- 22 mi.
east of Ashville. 9 RENT-
AL UNITS available by
the month. $600-$1000
Great summer home!
Call 828-693-4018
NORTH CAROLINA Log
home, cabins, R.V. sites,
tent camping, fishing,
mini golf, laundry facility
onsite. Bring the kids or
get away from it all. Call
toll free 1-877-668-4928
or cell 828-442-4964
www.skylslandRetreat.com
TRAVEL NOW Pay Lat-
er PVCTravel.com will
finance incredible vaca-
tions from Las Vegas to-
Hawaii to Cruises starting
at $18/month! You're
approved Today No
Credit Checks! Call Now
1-800-901-4951


TEN NESSEE
Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge
area New Const. Lake &
mtn views. 4/3 5200sf. on
.8AC. Hardwood, tile,
carpet flooring. Granite
kitchen tops, appliances.
Main level MBR/w trey
ceiling. Fireplace on each
level. Finished daylight
lower level w/wet, bar.
Covered porch oversized
deck & patio. $895,000
1-865-484-1577
http://webpages.charter.net/a
newhome
Tennessee Lake Bar-
gain 3+ Acres $19,900.
Free Boat Slips! Save
$5000 during
pre-construction sale!
Enjoy access to private,
Jimmy Houston endorsed
bass lake. Paved roads,
utilities, soils tested.
Lakefront available. Ex-
cellent financing. Call
n o w
1-866-685-2562,x1008
TENNESSEE Millageville
Double wide trailer 3/2
Front & rear porch both
wheelchair accessible
Detached 2 room garage
w/loft lived in 2 years.
1-1/4 acre No zoning
$79,900. By Owner
772-461-9694
772-595-3052 View at
ketchamk@bellsouth.net

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NORTH PALM BEACH
Brand new 4/3/2 gated
community on preserve.
Great room, security
system. On golf course.
$2250/mo 561-255-8080
954-549-9043
NORTH PALM BEACH:
Ocean Accessl 2/1.5 Sin-
gle Fam. Home w/
Fenced yard, lawn maint
included! $1,600/mo FLS
Call 561-315-2914
PALM CITY Brand Newly
3ba/2ba/3cg, 2,768 sq ft.
Spacious, deluxe home
with waterview w/fire
place in gated golf comm.
ear 95 0.3 miles away'
$2500/mo 561-876-6482
See ad # 12365
www.HometownNewsOL.c6m

PORT ST. Lucle Newly
renovated 2-br/2 full
baths, 1.5 car garage.
Wood floors, new carpet
in bedrooms. Brand new
kitchen with new
appliances. Quiet street,
Great Morningside area
location, $950/mo.
772-971-5420

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OHIO RIVER ACREAGE
260 Acres w/3200 Ft of
frontage on the Muskin-
gum River, hilltop proper-
ty. Just $2200/acre. Call
740-489-9146

TENNESSEE Mountains
Bear Trace Golf Resort.
Lakefront 5/2. Oversized
2 car garage. Large eat in
kitchen, glass sunroom,
Fireplace, wet bar &
more. Separate cottage.
Boat docks/w electricity.
Beautifully landscaped.
$895,000 931-962-0313
1-478-934-4816 see high
definition slide show at
WWW.hometownnewsol.
com ad# 37505
TENNESSEEIl
MdNTEAGLE-SEWANEE.
Beautiful mountain prop-
erties. 600+ Acres; tracts,
5 Acres & up. 4 miles
from 1-24. gated & se-
cluded. Gorgeous bluff &
creek. Wooded lots.
George Timberwood De-
velopments Co.
423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com

The Beautiful Mountains
of N.C. Outstanding
views, custom log
homes, creeks, wooded
properties, acreage,
mini-farms, Vacation
rental get-a-ways Free
brochure. Investors Re-
alty, Inc. 1-800-497-3334
www.investorsrealtyinc.com


PORT ST LUCIE 3/2/2
Rent or Rent to Own
$1295/mo. No deposit, or
Buy for $249K. Seller
pays closing costs
561-601-3526
PORT ST. LUCIE: 3/2/2
CBS, Screen porch, Split
plan. Vaulted ceilings,
Lovely locale, off of
Thornhill. $1000/mo.
772-446-8215
PORT ST. LUCIE: 4/2/2,
Brand new home. All
new appliances. Nice
area, has canal in
backyard. $1475/mo.
561-722-6509
PORT ST. LUCIE:
Lovely 3br poss 4th, 2ba,
close to shopping, Any
credit. Rent purch Opt.
ClubMed. From $1100/m
954-678-7543;
866-659-5841 EXT 1032
PORT ST. LUCIE: South
Bend backs to preserve
4/2/2 tile, fenced. Pets
negotiable. $1475/mo.
Lease option term neg.
352-484-8297
SEBASTIAN Rent to
own. Sandridge Estates
starting at $950 per
month. To qualified per-
son. Call for details John
King @ Realty King, Inc.
772-589-3054

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Timber Company Land
Sale 20ac. $39,900
Subdivision Potentiall 1st
time offered Big mtn
acreage w/spectacular
views. 1 mile to Nicklaus
designed golf course, TN
River & close to rec lake.
Creekfronts avail.
Excellent financing.
Won't last, call now
1-866-852-2538 x1071
TIMBERLAND SALE -
GA, NC, SC & VA Rivers,
Creeks, Rolling Hills,
Level, Bottom Land,
Hardwoods, Pine, Excel-
lent Hunting!
404-362-8244 St. Regis
Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
UNBELIEVABLE LAND
Bargain. GA/FL border.
400 to 1000 acres. Just
$2950/ acre. Call Mark
904-335-0496
WESTERN N.C. MOUN-
TAINS Log Cabin FSBO,
1232 sq ft on 2+ acres
with nice stream
$89,900 Views, decks,
easy access, needs fin-
ishing 828-286-1666 brkr




ORLANDO- Oak Planta-
tion Resort. 1/1 apt,
sleeps 4. Trade any-
where in the world thru
RCI. $13,000 value, only
$4500.772-221-0013


VIERA, 3BR 2BA, 2 Car
Garage. Split Plan. Great
cul-de-sac. Lakefront,
community pool. 1300
month. $100 off rent if
paid by the 1st. Available
4/20 321-638-1213,
321-302-5107




Palm Beach Gardens:
First month free
3br / 2.5br/ 2br w/ en-
closed patio, Walk to
pool!! $1800/mo Call
561-531-2227 owner
/agent-



STUART: Rent to own
Brand New 3/2.5/1 scrn'd
patio, SS & granite kitch.
Totally upgraded! Near
beaches and golf !I
Rent or sale negotiable!
954-249-6495
See High Definition Slide
Show at: WWW.
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ID#15673
VERO BCH Rent with
option to buy. $12k down.
Brand New townhome w/
lakeview. 3/3/1 Open
weekends. Call for ad-
dress. 888-412-9177 See
ad #15116 for photo at
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Fort Pierce 8 Plex 8 ef-
fancciancys rented week-
ly makes $7000-
$8000/mo. Reduced
$75K good area. $375k
954-815-7173

LAKEWOOD PARK -
Reduced Price 1.8+/- Ac
Zoned Neighborhood
commercial. Will divide
Next to 4 communities.
Portofino, Spanish Lakes,
Holiday Pine & Indian
Pine. Can build 12000
sqft. building $690,000.
772-240-1493

STUART/PALM CITY -
Industrial warehouses
2 dynamite locations
1000 to 30000 sq ft.
1-95/turnpike exposure.
Eileen T O'Grady Realty
772-285-7594


HUTCHINSON IS. Du-
plex 3/2, nice, Ig, A/C,
parking, all appliances &
W/D. Community ameni-
ties. $1,000/mo. $2000/
move in. 221 Balboa St.
954-394-9832
VERO BEACH 2/2 Du-
plex, w/carport. unfurn on
water, all appl. Centrally
located near shopping &
dining. $1100/mo (Maint.
Incl.) 772-473-2269

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BUYS HOUSES
Cash any condition.
Handyman, fire dam-
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Comm., residential. No
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Quick closing.
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A HURRY TO SELL?
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We buy quick all cash.
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Mobile home in a pleas-
ant environment w/
clbhse & rec room! Close
to beaches, shops &
more. $550/mo F & S
Call Juan 561-281-3365





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Lucie Blvd. location,
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CADILLAC Eldorado: '96
Convertible, VG Cond.
runs great, new top/
motor. New tires, clean.
$14,500.772-879-1744

ROLLS ROYCE, 19Z8,
Silver Wrath II, great
shape, chestnut paint,
buckskin top, $24,600
OBO. 321-269-2702

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BMW 2000 5281, 4 door,
Fully loaded. 55k mi, 6 cd
player. Front & side air
bags. Silver. $15,500
561-627-1731
CHEVROLET: Cavalier
2004, 4 Door, 26,000
miles, $7500. Call
772-464-6373
CHEVY CORVETTE : '88
coupe, Yellow w/ tan Irthr
int, many new parts. Nice
condition. $6000.
772-696-0041
CHRYSLER PT Cruiser:
'02, 72,000 ml., A/C,
stick, $7,500.
772-567-8133;
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Convertible. Low miles.
Newer tires, wheels &
brakes. Black with tan
interior. Auto. $23,900
561-575-1006

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W/raised White letters.
Very good condition.
$600. 772-696-0041


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ALL AMERICAN CHOP-
PER- Pro-Street '05. 113
Elbruto eng, 45 degree
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LED blinkers, beautiful
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Everything else Is Aril-
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HARLEY DAVIDSON:
2000 Ultra Classic, Only
8K miles, Silver, garage
kept, just serviced, great
ride Many extras.
$12,500 OBO. Call Jeff
772-919-2990 See
Photos @
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37' INFINITY: 03, loaded.
2 slides, 32K miles Ford
Triton V10eng. Great
Condition $69,500 obo
Call 772-546-5456
LARGEST RV SALES
Event of the year. Palm
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SOUTHWIND 30': '85
Motor home, 2 AC's, frig,
microwave, AM/FM, six
new tires, sleeps 5/6, 454
chvy eng. 78K mi., split
bath, good shape. $6000
OBO. Call'772-380-9030
Winnebago Adventurer-
1997, 34 ft, New Awning
& Tires, 1 Slider, 2 ACs,
Queen Bed, 30k mi., Exc.
Cond. w/ Cover. Illness
Sale.$39K. 561-602-7114
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DODGE: Durango R/T
SUV-AWD '03, loaded
60K miles, just reduced
to: $13,400. Or Best
Offer. 720-937-8011 See
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TOYOTA SEQUOIA
2002 Limited, leather &
all options. 1 owner,
excellent condition.
Garage kept. $18,995.
321-373-1568



FORD EXPLORER XLT:
'96. 4 door w/tow hitch
90k miles. V-8, full pow-
er. Great Cond. $3900 Or
Best Offer. 772-979-1023
GMC SLE 1500: '96 pick
up, with 25' SeaRay
cabin cruiser. $6000.
772-225-2899
MERCURY VILLAGE
Van 1995 Runs great!
Cold AC, CD player,
Needs paint $2,200 Call
after 10am 561-747-0474
MERCURY VILLAGER:
LS, 1995, Cold A/C, All
power. Very clean, RUNS
LIKE A DREAM. $2850.
772-232-0483


ELIMINATOR 454 JET
BOAT, 20', 1984, w/ trail-
er. Fast, fun, many ex-
tras! Owner motivated to
sell. $9700/obo. Any offer
considered. Please call
321-752-3957
JET BOAT, Islandia, '03,
22', low hours, excellent
condition, V6 Mercury, w/
trailer, $19,000. Call
321-777-1730 / 795-3426
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MOTORS: (2) 225HP 4
stroke 2006 Mercury, 21
hours, 25" left or right.
Buy with or without 1983
29' T-Craft boat, $12,000
each or best offers. Call
321-543-4159
NAUTICAL SLOOP 40' -
Perfect for single handed
sailing. New paint, 2006.
2 sets of sails with spin-
naker. Many extras. Must
sacrifice. 386-589-1143.
PONTOON 20': '95 Galv
trailer, 40HP Force eng,,
very good shape for
fishing & pleasure fun.
Asking $4500 Lets talk.
Cell phone 508-801-3245


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