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Publication Date: March 7, 2008
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Report shows

Gardens crime down


BY PURVI DESAI
Staffwriter


PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS Palm Beach Gar-
dens residents here for
more than a decade can
count their safety bless-
ings. Crime is at the low-
est it's been in 12 years.
"Overall, crime has
decreased quite a bit over
the past 12 years," Palm
Beach Gardens Police


Chief Stephen J. Stepp
told the city council at its
Feb. 21 meeting, where
the annual crime report
was presented.
Mayor Joe Russo said in
a phone conversation that
he is pleased with the
efforts of the police
department.
"Well, that's very excit-
ing for me to see that our

) See CRIME, A3


FRIDAY, March 7, 2008


Lawsuit challenges legality


of tax amendment

North Palm resident among plaintiffs


BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
NORTH PALM BEACH
- A lawsuit against the
state property tax amend-
ment was already in the
works prior to its passage
on Jan. 29, and at press
time, was still proceeding.
The class-action lawsuit


was filed in Leon County
in November. It includes
four Florida residents:
Stanley Chamberlin of
North Palm Beach, Robert
and Katherine Bruner of
Leon County and Debo-
rah Plitnick of Port Char-
lotte.
The lawsuit claims that
the property tax disparity


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"is tilted unfairly, so as to
economically prefer and
benefit long-term home-
stead property owners to
the adverse economic
disadvantages of persons
like (the) Plaintiffs who
have recently migrated to
Florida to become home-
stead residents," court
documents show.


) See LAWSUIT, A2


Battle


on for


island


seat

Jim Jackson
faces challenge
from Dawn
Pardo
By SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
SINGER ISLAND Coun-
cilman Jim Jackson is run-
ning for re-election as his
two-year term is up, and
faces new candidate Dawn
Pardo.
Mr. Jackson represents
District 1, which includes
Singer Island. He has com-
pleted his first term after
being elected in 2006. Ms.
Pardo, a Singer Island resi-
dent, has been actively
involved with the city for
quite some time, especially
when she and four other
members formed a petition
committee and collected
signatures to get two


I See BATTLE, A4


New member completes district board

North County Improvement District adds attorney


BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer


PALM BEACH GARDENS
- At its monthly board
meeting on Feb. 27, the
Northern Palm Beach
County Improvement Dis-
trict Board of Supervisors
appointed attorney
Leonard Rubin as a new


member of its board,
according to a NPBCID
press release.
"His term will take effect
immediately as (chairper-
son) Pamela Rauch's resig-
nation went into effect dur-
ing this morning's board
meeting," the release stat-
ed.
"I think he is a wonderful
choice," said board mem-


ber Marilyn Lew-Jacobs.
"He lives in the Gardens,
which to me is always a
plus. I think he'll be a great
asset to the board."
Ms. Rauch served on the
NPBCID, a state-mandated
body that maintains and
manages infrastructure
from Palm Beach Gardens
to West Palm Beach, for
more than eight years and


resigned after being pro-
moted to vice president of
external affairs at Florida
Power & Light, headquar-
tered in Juno Beach.
Ms. Rauch stated that she
had to abandon the posi-
tion because she didn't
want her new responsibili-
ties as president of external
affairs to interfere with her
decisions with the district.


"The interim appoint-
ment of Mr. Rubin was nec-
essary to maintain a full
board of five members," the
release said. "This seat will
be up for election in
November 2008 at the
annual landowner meeting
to fill out the remainder of
the term through 2010."
) See MEMBER, A3


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Index

Business .................................. A8
Classified ............................ B10
Crossword .............................. B7
Deaths .................................. A10
Dining & Entertainment .... Bl
Dining Guide ...................... B4
Horoscopes ............................ B
Nutrition ....................................B7
Police Report ....................... A5
Sports .................................... B2
Viewpoint ................................ A6
Week in Review .................... A3


Veteran cop charged with DUI


BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer

PALM BEACH GARDENS
- A Palm Beach Gardens
police sergeant, with the
department for 13 years,
was arrested Feb. 26 for
drunken driving and is cur-
rently suspended with pay,
pending an investigation by
the state attorney, police
said last week.
Sgt. Christopher Sands,
36, was off duty and asleep
when fellow officer,! Sgt. E
M. Rogers, approached him
in his running 2003 Acura
sedan just short of the stop
bar on southbound Military


Trail at PGA Boulevard,
according to a Palm Beach
Gardens Police Department
report.
"It is a misdemeanor, and
is going to be presented to
the state attorney," said
Palm Beach County Public
Affairs' Lt. Tim Frith, who is
with the Florida Highway
Patrol. "We are handling this
DUI arrest as any other
case."
Although the traffic signal
at the intersection was
green, Sgt. Sands car was
stationary and in drive,
according to the report.
Sgt. Rogers placed the car
in park before attempting to


rouse Sgt. Sands, who was
"slumped over to the side
over the center console, but
behind the wheel and in
actual physical control of
the vehicle," according to
the report.
Upon being awoken, Sgt.
Sands "did not answer, but
appeared confused," Sgt.
Rogers wrote in the report.
"Sands' eyes were bloodshot
and appeared glassy. Sands'
clothing appeared
disheveled."
Eventually, when Sgt.
Sands uttered something,
Sgt. Rogers said he smelled
) See DUI, A4


Office building


plans worry


neighborhood


BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer


PALM BEACH GARDENS
- A firm proposing a
51,000-square-foot medical
and professional building at
the northeast corner of
Steeplechase Drive and Bee-
line Highway in Palm Beach
Gardens will have to over-
come city requirements and


concerned Steeplechase
residents before it can pro-
ceed.
At a city Development
Review Committee meeting
held Feb. 28, senior planner
Richard Marrero told Fort
lauderdal-based Sinergo
Investments, the property
owners representatives,


) See OFFICE, A10


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Lawsuit
From page Al
It also claims that the
Save Our Homes Amend-
ment violates Section 2,
Article 1 of the Florida
Constitution, which
regards the basic rights to
"acquire, possess and pro-
tect property," and the
U.S. Constitution, in terms
of the privileges and
immunities clauses of the
Fourth and Fourteenth
Amendments.
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regard the issue of equal
rights, and the Fourteenth
Amendment contains the
right to travel, which basi-
cally says that a U.S. citi-
zen can become a citizen
-of any state: by bona fide
residency in said state,
with the same rights as its
other citizens.
Although there were
already differences in
property taxes due to the
homestead exemption,
which was established in
1995, the recent amend-
ment increases the differ-
ence, since now those pro-
tected under 'Save Our
Homes have/portability,
which means:if they move
with in state, fhey can
apply their already-exist-
ing benefit to a different
property. :
"We're all treated like
step-children when it
comes to full citizenship,"
said Willaim Owen, one of
the attorneys representing
the plaintiffs in this case.
"A lot of people have to
move from area to area for
new jobs or other reasons,
but the person with Save
Our Homes could bid
higher on the same prop-
erty (a non-homesteaded
person was looking at), "
"(The plaintiffs) were
upset prior to Amendment
1, but it just makes it more
active," he said.
Mr. Chamberlin, who
moved to North Palm
Beach with his wife, Ida,
from New York, is frustrat-
ed by the disparity in the
taxes. They purchased a
house in the village in
1997, but only became
full-time residents in
) See LAWSUIT, A7






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Member
From page Al
Mr. Rubin was selected by
unanimous vote, Ms. Jacobs
said. Another candidate,
Wismick Saint Jean, also
submitted his resume to be
considered for the seat
Both Mr. Rubin and Mr.
Saint Jean were encouraged
to meet with board mem-
bers prior to their monthly
meeting, according to a
press release.
Ms. Jacobs had earlier
opposed NPBCID engineer
Ronald Asch's application to
fill Ms. Rauch's seat earlier
last month without resign-
ing his position, which
expires in November.
"We encourage anybody,
including Mr. Saint Jean, if
they are interested in being
on the board, to apply for
the November election,"
Ms. Jacobs said. "One is an
elected seat. Two other seats
are land seats." Mr. Rubin's
is an at-large seat, meaning


the per-
son does
not have
to live or
own prop-
erty in the
district.
Cur -
rentl y,
three out
of five
seats -
land seats
- of the Leonard
NCID Rubin
board are
appointed by a majority
vote of landowners in
northern Palm Beach Coun-
ty. The more acreage a pro-
prietor owns, the more
powerful his or her vote.
One acre equals one vote in
the proxy system.
"Replacing Ms. Rauch will
be difficult, but I know that
my knowledge of the dis-
trict, coupled with my legal
and municipal background,
will enable me to make a
valuable contribution to the
board," Mr. Rubin said after
he was sworn in.


He is a Palm Beach Gar-
dens resident and a board-
certified attorney in city,
county and local govern-
ment. He currently is a
practicing attorney at his
own firm, and represents
municipalities such as Juno
Beach, Hypoluxo, North
Palm Beach, Riviera Beach
and Lake Park, the release
said.
"He has no learning
curve, because he had once
worked with the law firm for
NPBCID, he is a board certi-
fied governmental attorney,
he knows the district, the
area, the issues and knows
how complicated we are,"
Ms. Jacobs said. "There's not
going to be any learning
curve."
She said the NPBCID is
going to meet in early
March to come up with a
formalized process- for
electing a board member.
"There has never been
anything written in writing,
which is important for fair-
ness and consistency," Ms.
Jacobs said.


Crime
From page Al


city's so well protected by
the city's police depart-
ment," he said, adding that
it is extremely good, given
that the crime trend
nationwide is the opposite.
Chief Stepp said it was
"nice to see" that crime is at
the lowest level it has been
in 12 years.
"In 2007, the Police
Department responded to
40,785 calls for service and
handled more than 190,000
incidents," according to
the report, which also
included crimes such as
murder, forcible sex offens-
es and robbery, which
were down 8.95 percent to
1,781.
"These remarkable num-
bers are even more signifi-
cant when we factor in the
population increase, and
new businesses that have
made our signature city a
popular destination point,"
Chief Stepp wrote in the
report.
There were a total of


1,312 arrests last year, more
than half of which involved
theft and drugs, the report
showed.
"Violent crime was down
9 percent due to a consid-
erable decrease in aggra-
vated battery cases," the
report said.
Highlights of crime in
2007 included a murder,
and two more robberies
than the previous year,
while burglaries and larce-
nies decreased significant-
ly. Burglaries went down
from 365 in 2006 to 256 in
2007, while larcenies went
down from 976 to 921,
according to the report.
Chief Stepp said the mur-
der was a homicide involv-
ing a witness to a crime
who was about to testify in
court.
"One suspect has been
charged with first degree
murder in this ongoing
investigation," according
to the report.
: The niurder of Amanda":


Buckley, a local high school
softball star, was not
included in the report,
because it occurred out of
Palm Beach Gardens juris-
diction, and in the Palm
Beach County Sheriff's
perimeter, said public
information officer Ellen
Lovejoy. "It was in an unin-
corporated section of Palm
Beach Gardens," she said,
adding it was at 14283
Ardel Drive.
The number of vehicle
crashes in 2007 "were
almost identical" to those
in 2006.
"Traffic safety remains
one of our main concerns,"
Chief Stepp said. "The
department increased
selective enforcement in
areas most likely to have
serious accidents and
worked to improve signage
and controls where appli-
cable."
Vehicle burglaries
SSee CRIME, A5 .


NORTH PALM BEACH

Clubhouse named
for board member

The Paradise Villas Con-
dominium Association
recently honored Leonard
Lesnik for his 27 years of
service by naming the con-
dominium's clubhouse after
him.
The association held a
dedication ceremony on
Feb. 26 at the clubhouse,
which is located behind the
Denny's on U.S. 1 in North
Palm Beach.
Mr. Lesnik, 97, has held a
position on the association's
board every year for the past
27 years. He was its first
president, and held that
position for three years,
according to a press release.
.Mr. Lesnik then served as
vice president for 14 years
dnd was recently given the
honorary title of vice presi-
dent emeritus, a first for the
association.
In addition to his service
at Paradise Villas, he volun-
teered with the U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary for 30 years
after he moved to Florida
from Chicago, during which
he performed more than
5,900 vessel inspections. He
was honored for his dedicat-
ed service, which included
serving as Flotilla Comman-
der, 5th Division, captain
division ad staff officer for


vessel examinations, with
the U.S. Coast Guard Flotilla
of Jupiter in 2005.
He has also served on the
Palm Beach Waterway Safe-
ty Council and on the Palm
Beach Safe Boating Com-
mittee.

Incumbent gets
big-name
endorsements

Mayor Ed Eissey, who is
running for re-election,
recently received endorse-
ments from some familiar
names.
He is endorsed by Sen. Jeff
Atwater, R-North Palm
Beach, Palm Beach County
Commissioner Karen Mar-
cus, the Northern Palm
Beach County Chamber of
Commerce and the Realtors
Association of the Palm
Beaches.

Compiled by staff writer
Sarah Stover


PALM BEACH
GARDENS

Resident discovers
dummy hand grenade

A Palm Beach Gardens
resident discovered a
dummy hand grenade as
J,:


Leonard Lesnik, 97,
enjoyed some cake and a
celebration held in his
honor when the Paradise
Villas Condominium
Association in North Palm
Beach named the club-
house for him in honor of
his 27 years of service on
the association's board on
Feb. 26.



Photo courtesy
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she was going through her
husband's belongings, said
Ellen Lovejoy Palm Beach
Gardens Police spokes-
woman.
Eva Cunningham, 79, of
8548 Doverbrook Drive,
made the discovery on Feb.
25.
Police sent officers from
the explosive ordinance
division to retrieve the
grenade, which they would
later dispose of, Officer
Lovejoy said.
The woman's husband,
who recently died, served in
the military during World
War II, Officer Lovejoy said.

Motorcycle driver
dies from crash
injuries

A Palm Beach Gardens
man died from head injuries
sustained during a motoicy-
cle crash on ing to a police report.
William R. Passavainti, 56,
of 12079 Colony Avenue
died Feb. 25.
The Palm Beaqh Gardens
Police Department
responded at 9:42 p.m. on
Feb. 19 to an injury crash on
northbound Alternate A1A,
between Gardens Parkway
and Kyoto Gardens Drive
involving a 2007 Harley
Davidson motorcycle and a
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Why I am a Candidate for

North Palm Beach Village Council


By Carolyn Liss
Palm Beach County has been my home for
over a decade; the Village for seven years. I know
this community. My
husband Lary has been a
devoted administrator in
the County school system
for thirty years. I am
employed by PGA of
America; helping to
recruit thousands of golf
professionals for courses
throughout the United
States. Larry and I are
both members of one of
the community's largest
churches.
My children and Carolyn LIss
grandchildren live in this paradise sunshine,
water, a wonderful life and a place to make a
living. We have come to love our Village and our
neighbors. Our Village deserves to be the best
place to live under the sun.
Past Problems
I have undertaken this race to place a positive
program before the voters. I have no personal or
political agenda. I am looking to the future, not
the past.
But, things that have happened over the last
ten years have put our future in trouble.
Elections Make a Difference
IfI am elected, my presence will tip the Village
Council majority to a newway of doing business. I
will use my business experi- ........
ence to help build a budget that N
we taxpayers can understand BASED ON NP
and afford. Iwillmake sure 1800
that people know clearly how 1600
webudget and what we spend. 1 -
Spending Spree 1400
Where did it all go? 1200
For ten years, the current 1000
Village Council majority has 800
been on a spending spree,
doubling per capital expendi- 600 B
tures from $800 to $1600 for 400
every man, woman and child.g 200
The thing is: We have no idea
where all that money has 0 1991
gone. I am not sure we have -
received our money's worth.
Revolving Door Administrators
Managers. Financial officers have changed often.
We were without a chief building inspector,
forcing the Vllage to contract with Palm Beach
Gardens. There needs to be full annual or multi-
year certified audits of Village accounts, as
opposed to quick "reviews." The Village admin-
istration is off and on dysfunctional.


Future Options
The Village Council needs to establish a clear
vision for our future.
Village Voters Have Spoken
The Village Council used taxpayer funds to
oppose Amendment 1. But, the voters of North
Palm Beach-Village overwhelmingly supported
it, which gave us all a taxbreak. By their votes,
over 2/3 ofVillage residents contradicted and sent
an unmistakable message to the current Council
majority: "Years of unlimited spending must be
controlled." The voters have spoken. We need
new direction from the Village Council solid,
long term and actionable goals and objectives.
We are in a Pickle
Now withproperty values falling, a decade of
poor planning, forecasting and insufficient
reserves,ALLtaxpayers are in a pickle. Million
dollar shortfall, next year. And, on the horizon, a
possible state-mandated reduction in property
valuation, causing an unwanted increase in tax
rate to make up the difference.
Change Agent
We need a knowledgeable business person to
tackle a tough job requiring priorities and princi-
ples, experience and understanding ofwhat needs
tobe done.
I will place'a priority on maintaining our
safety services, recreational spaces and our
library in order to ensure a prized quality of life in
North Palm Beach. In addition, I will work with
our business community to establish sensible

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zoning codes that attract desirable businesses and
increase our tax revenues.
I want to be your agent of change. As your
representative on the Village Council, I promise 2
that I will work for you. Let me put my business '
experience to work for you:
I need your support to make North Palm
Beach the best place to live under the sun. Please
vote on March I 1 for a new Village future.


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Battle
From page Al
amendments regarding the
Ocean Mall on the ballot two
years ago.
The incumbent's and the
new candidate's profiles are
below.

Name: Jim Jackson
Age: 71
Occupation: Retired, but
worked as a computer spe-
cialist and on heavy equip-
ment machinery in Milwau-
kee, Wis. Resident of Riviera
Beach for seven years, on
council for the past two
years.
Q: Why run for re-elec-
tion?
A: I want to keep serving
the people. I think I'm the


best fit for
the job
because it
has about a
two-year I
learning
curve and
now's not
the time for
new people
as we have
to get the Jim Jackson
marina situ-
ation and master plan set-
tied.
Q:What goals do you wish
to accomplish if re-elected?
A: I want to eliminate the
crime in our society, get our
people working here, which
will only happen through
development.
I support controlled devel-
opment. What's interesting is
my opponent has opposed
every major development on
Singer Island. I also want to
educate our young people
and give them a place to go
after school by having super-
vision at the parks, and I'm
going to try very hard not to
increase taxes.
Q:What accomplishments
did you achieve during your
council term?
A: I worked with the Boys
and Girls Club and got an
ordinance approved for
them to build a new club.
The city was charging kids $3
to swim at Barracuda Bay
and I worked with the city to
let the kids go there for free. I
started the referendums for
the amendments to the
development plans for the
Ocean Mall. I also worked to
get the state to get barriers
on the Blue Heron Bridge
where two people were killed
last year.
Q: What issues are there
currently in the city that you
did not mention previously?
A: Segregation. It's ram-
pant. I sat on the Singer
Island Civic Association for
two years listening to them
about not wanting black
people on the island. They
want to turn us back to the


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'50s and
'60s, but as
long as I'm
here that's
not going to
happen.
We also
need more
police. I've
advocated
many times
Dawn Pardo to have foot
patrols and
would like them to get higher
salaries.
Q: What other boards or
charities are you involved
with?
A: I've worked a lot with
the Youth Recreation Pro-
gram, which is run by Dan
Calloway.
Q: What is your campaign
strategy?
A: I've been handing out
flyers and talking to people. I
spend most of my time on
the mainland. I had a debate
on March 3 at JFK Middle
School, a meeting with the
South Side Coalition at city
hall (on Feb. 27) and a meet-
ing with the Urban League
on March 6.

Name: Dawn Pardo
Age: 47
Occupation: foreign
exchange trader Resident of
Riviera Beach for 14Years.
Q:Why run for council?
A: I've been very involved
in what goes on in Riviera
Beach for a long time and the
last year or so I was kind of
disappointed with how
District 4 was being repre-
sented and nobody else was
really stepping up to the
plate to run for the seat.
Q: What goals do you wish
to accomplish if elected?
A: "I will encourage
employment and training
opportunities for residents,
make sure the city is respon-
sive to our citizens by provid-
ing all the necessary services
and demand accountability
from our city government
and its employees.
I promise to work hard to
make Riviera Beach a viable
and dynamic city where citi-
zens and businesses will suc-
ceed and prosper. While I
support responsible devel-
opment, I am more con-
cerned with preserving and
protecting the character and
vitality of our wonderful
waterside city."
The above was taken from
the candidate's campaign lit-
erature.
I'd like to try to get our
redevelopment moving.
We've had an opportunity
the last few years to get it
moving, but unfortunately,
my opponent, one other
council member and a for-
mer council member shot
down the developer
(Rybovich) coming in; that's
unconscionable to me.
There are a lot of business-
es that would like to come in
and that's the only way we're
going to redevelop our city.
We need to engage the devel-
opers who are here right
now. We got the Treasure
Coast Regional Planning
Council to come and we
came up with "the citizen's


plan," and now we need to
figure out how to make it
work.
The crime issue needs to
be addressed. Crime's proba-
bly at the highest rate it's
been on Singer Island. Mr.
Jackson approved a variance
to allow two bars, one of
which is on Singer Island, to
be open later, which hasn't
helped. We need a substation
over there and at minimum
one police officer over there
every 24 hours. Crime on the
mainland needs to be
addressed, too. Instead of
putting chain links on the
fences around parks to keep
people out, we need actual
solutions.
Code enforcement needs
to be addressed, too. When
the gateway to our city is
Blue Heron Boulevard and it
doesn't look good, we need
to improve it. I believe code
enforcement is not funded
properly right now and there
aren't enough agents for a
city this size. We really need
to start going after property
owners who aren't maintain-
ing their property.
Q: What experience would
youbring to the table?
A: I have served as chair-
person of the Public Beach
Coalition. I am a past officer
of the Yacht Harbor Manor
Home Owners Association,
Singer Island, and a founding
member of the Citizens for
Responsible Growth for Riv-
iera Beach.
Q: What other boards or
charities are you involved
with?
A: I am a member of the
following: the Riviera Beach
Zoning Board of Adjustment,
the Citizens Advisory Board,
the Blue Heron Boulevard
Beautification Committee,
and the Treasure Coast
Regional Planning Charrette
Steering Committee.
I've received the 2006 Palm
Beach County Youth Recre-
ation Association Citizen of
the Year award, the 2007
Unsung Hero award from the
R.J. Henley Education Center
and the Palm Beach County
Recreation Association, and
a 2008 Riviera Beach state of
the city Recognition Award
for coordinating community
efforts to assist Hurricane
KatrinaVictims.
Q: What is your campaign
strategy?
A: I've been going to differ-
ent community groups
throughout the city and lis-
tening to their concerns.
We're all coming up with a
plan.
I've been meeting with
everyone who has a connec-
tion to the city. The endorse-
ments are starting to come
in. I have endorsements
from .the Citizens for
Responsible Growth, the
Singer Island Civic Associa-
tion, the Realtors Association
of Palm Beach County, the
Palm Beach County firefight-
ers, the service employees
union, the American Federa-
tion of Labor and Congress
of Industrial Organization
and the Marine Industry
Association of Palm Beach
County.

DUI
From page Al
an odor of alcohol, according
to the report. Sgt. Rogers then
called for backup and FHP
was also called to respond to
the incident, according to the
report.
"I felt we needed to call an
outside agency to conduct an
investigation into possible
DUI in order to avoid even
the appearance of impropri-
ety or preferential treatment,"
Sgt. Rogers wrote in the
report.
Shortly thereafter, FHP
Trouper E Assaroupe arrested
Sgt. Sands and charged him
with driving under the influ-
ence, after he refused to
undergo any sobriety tests.
Ellen Lovejoy, Palm Beach
Gardens' public information
officer confirmed that Sgt.
Sands has been with the
department since May 1994,
and currently remains sus-
pended with pay pending the


investigation.
Lt. Frith said the state attor-
ney would review the "ele-
ments" of the case and speak
with both Sgt. Rogers and
Trouper Assaroupe.
"We are just an enforce-
ment agency," Lt. Frith said.
"We just make the arrests.
Any legal matters are handled
by the state attorney"


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

North Palm Beach
Police Department
*Susan Johnson, 44, 24 E.
24th St., Riviera Beach, was
arrested Feb. 23 and
charged with possession of
cocaine and larceny.

*James Davis, 45, 821 21st
St., Riviera Beach, was
arrested Feb. 26 and
charged with burglary, lar-
ceny and possession of less
than 20 grams of marijua-
na.

*Jenz Hueck, 25, 855 W.
Jasmine Drive, Lake Park,
was arrested Feb. 27 and
charged with burglary, lar-
ceny, dealing in stolen
property and fraud.

*Javier Nolasco, 19, 1341
Smith St., North Palm
Beach, was arrested Feb. 28
and charged with obstruct-
ing justice and aggravated
stalking.

Palm Beach Gardens
Police Department
*Frank Mercado, 36, 2337
Fairway Drive, West Palm
Beach, was arrested Feb. 22
and charged with fraud and


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eSeth Arruda, 25, 7167
Bobalink Court, Lake
Worth, was arrested Feb. 24
and charged with destroy-
ing evidence, possession of
narcotic equipment and
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana.
*Diane Dejarlais, 47, 1147
Rainwood Circle, Palm
Beach Gardens, was arrest-
ed Feb. 24 and charged with
larceny and fraud.
*Stanley Helms, 21, 9134
New Moon Parkway, Boyn-
ton Beach, was arrested
Feb. 25 and charged with
burglary, larceny, dealing in
stolen property and fraud.

*Marcus Pearlman, 22,
1114 91st Place, Chicago,
Ill., was arrested Feb. 25
and charged with burglary,
larceny, dealing in stolen
property and fraud.
*Sedale Gandy, 20, 1157
Washburn, No. 113, Chica-
go, Ill., was arrested Feb. 25
and charged with larceny


*James Smith, 20, 4155
Pinelle Circle, No. 467, Palm
Beach Gardens, was arrest-
ed Feb. 27 and charged with
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell, posses-
sion of more than 20 grams
marijuana, possession of
cocaine, possession of nar-
cotic equipment and pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a
prescription.

Palm Beach County
Sheriff's Office

*Davaskee Campbell, 24,
6548 Chasewood Drive,
Apt. H, Jupiter, was arrested
Feb. 14 and charged with
failure to appear for a
felony offense and failure to
appear for a misdemeanor
offense.
*Lisa Marie Lombardo,
24, 15097 N. llth Ave.,
Jupiter, was arrested Feb. 16
and charged with aggravat-
ed assault.


Crime
From. page A3
increased slightly last year, Police made 25 more appropriate," the report
despite 32 people being drunken driving arrests last said.
arrested for this crime, year than in the previous Despite the city's safe
Chief Stepp wrote in his year, totaling 138 people, record, Mayor Russo said
report. according to the report. residents should not have a
"Burglary to a vehicle "Traffic stops have false sense of security and
continues to be one of the increased, resulting in more be alert at all times, as the
most preventable crimes in citations for serious viola- current "tough economic
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Disappointed with Congress
Doesn't Congress, the lawmaking body of this country, the
most powerful country in the world, have better things to do
than hold hearings about ball players? Isn't there some kind
of professional organization to handle things like that?
I think our various governments, including federal, state
and local, have gotten way off base in what they should and
should not do.

Taxpayer alert
I don't often drive the highway, but yesterday I did and was
almost immediately irritated.
Like a conscientious citizen, and for the benefit of my own
pocketbook, I was adhering to the 55 mph limit when I was
passed by a vehicle from a government agency, as evidenced
by the yellow tag.
The fuel, now expensive and getting more so, paid for by
the taxpayers, is being used at a higher rate than necessary
because the vehicle, paid for by the taxpayers, is being driven
above the posted speed limit, by a driver, paid for bythe tax-
payers, who is illegally exceeding the posted speed limit.
" The vehicle was plain white with no indication of what
agency it belonged to, but I'll wager the people of that agency
protested loud and long about the taxpayer vote to reduce
taxes, probably with the tired, old, union-promoted, fear-
inducing message, "you'll lose essential services."
Never having heard the old adage, "what goes up must
come down," these taxpayer-paid public servants have got-
ten accustomed to the free-spending attitude, don't want to
see an end to it and will fight every way they can think of to
continue it.
So it's up to us taxpayers to watch for just such examples as
this, be vigilant and demand economy, efficiency and frugali-
ty from our employees.

Be reasonable
About the person who complained about doctors, I want to
say that the only one-who is going to refill her drug prescrip-
tion without a physical checkup is a drug dealer.
Wonder if she could get off her high horse and just realize
there are good reasons why doctors have some of these poli-
cies, I have a daughter-in-law who works in the medical field.
I think this woman should be more reasonable and think
about the other side of the situation.

Health care is available for everyone
In response to the person who can't get health care, tell that
lady to call her state or federal representative and they can
direct her to where to have her medical needs taken care of.
If she calls the local health department, they also will help.
They will come pick her up, take her where she needs to go
and to whom she needs to see. If she's on Medicare, there is
no reason she is not taken care of.
This sounds like a put up job by the Clintons and Obama.
They want universal health care. If you think you have prob-
lems now, just wait until you get universal health care. Then
you'll understand.
There is a reason Canadians come here to have their health
needs met.
Thanks for letting me have a say.

Local group works for health coverage
In response to "Money shouldn't be the deciding factor in
quality of health care," I hope you will cover the group called
Floridians for Health Care.
They worked for many, many years to get coverage for
everybody. They have lost Joe Irwin ,who was well into his
80s, but David Prinski who just passed his 90th birthday, is
still going strong. They still meet regularly and are working on
a format to provide health care for everybody.
If fact, if not for this group, we probably wouldn't have St.
Mary's Hospital (in West Palm Beach) today.

Hopefuls or hopeless?
What are you people thinking?
Are you so ticked off at President Bush that you would elect
Barrack Obama?What are his credentials?
And Hilary Clinton; she looked us in the eye a few years ago
and lied through her teeth.
John McCain. All he has going for him is that was a prisoner
of war.
You Democrats are going to sell us down the river.
Look at your slate of candidates.


Let's draft someone, either party, that can and must lead up


Let's draft someone, either party, that can and must lead up
in the next crucial four years.

Where's the laughter?

I have the opportunity to watch news, and those comment-
ing on that which is happening in the world. Much of what
we do in our profession and how our country should react in
our own interest are of significant importance.
Rarely do officials want to give a lighter side to the issue. I'm
not saying we should be giddy on serious issues.
There are every-day experiences, and that which might be
humorous. Few of us could imagine Jesus doing a "knock-
knock" joke. Other than the comedians, do we enjoy a knee-
slapper?
To enjoy life we must embrace the comedy in our every day
life.

Coming together
I have three very dear friends and our only connection is
that we have or still work security.
The lady who owns the residence is a cat lover, and a great
humanitarian to those in need. Her borders are a Haitian per-
son and an Irish-Catholic person. The latter can afford being
in his own condo, but prefersto rent it out for the season.
The Haitian person works, for the city and has tw6 jobs.
How diverse. There is no agreement between the landlady
and her two guests, but they work together to help out.
Her house was painted by her two guests. I smile that a-cat
lover, a free speaking Irish-Catholic and a wonderful Haitian
person can come together. It's what makes our country great!

More on illegals
The problem of illegals needs to be addressed.
For me it.comes down to denying reasons for illegals com-
ing to our country. No free medical and stringent proof that
you are legally here to work. The idea that all who cross our
borders are wanting to be citizens (promoted by the "way to
citizenship") is a fallacy.
They want to support their family in Mexico, and probably
don't want to "wait in line" and learn what it takes to be a citi-
zen. This I understand. In any swearing in ceremony, there
seems to be majority who did it the hard way. A million troops
on the borders, and a wall will not solve the problem. Stop the
benefits and cease trying to stop/apprehend illegals. They
will be sent back and return tomorrow.

Bring back old safety ideas
I love Hometown News. This in reply to an article that was
placed about driving laws and how it might help to improve
them.
Would it be possible for any of the news stations to put
reminders of laws at the end of programs?
They used to do things like that in cartoons when I was a
kid.
For example, the cartoon character would say, "Kids, don't
cross the road until you look both ways and make sure you're
with an adult."
It helped when I was a kid. I'm sure it could help some peo-
ple who aren't so sure about driving laws.

Homeowners association is pushing the limits
After reading the article on freedoms being taken away
more and more each day, I just had to laugh. All we can do is
find some humor in life when being bullied into allowing
communism to hide among so many of those people with the
will to dictate over others.
Sure there has to be rules, but give us a break. These are
hard times going on for so many people. With the loss of jobs


and home foreclosures surmounting every day, these people
still want to add more pressures and stress to the common
working families by jotting out their complaint letters. My
mistake. Or are we really homeowners?
We have mortgages, but I don't see them making the
monthly payments and yet, they've elected themselves to be
in control.
Surely there must be something in the American Civil Lib-
erties Act that allows homeowners to hang holiday decora-
tions or anything else they want indoors.
Yep, indoors and facing outdoors, because a few valentines
were in our window and we were a week late taking them
down.
I guess these people call themselves inspectors or board
members or whatever and can come snooping around pri-
vate property to nit-pick once again.
So, if you don't like communistic ways, think twice about
purchasing your next home within these so-called family
organizations, because eventually, you'll get a letter and then
some, and finally you'll put up the for sale sign after being fed
up. And, perhaps they don't realize it, but the money you as a
homeowner pay, pays for their fees, and is the very same
money they use to hire the best attorneys to enforce their
peeping tom ways.
It's a no-win situation, so just keep it in mind. Living in a
homeowners association district is not what it is beefed up to
be. You actually have less security with strangers snooping
about your property, and thie promises they made long ago
have never been kept at all. They claim so much land is wet-
lands and as soon as they can make a buck, they build on it.
And that.is not the end. The list goes on and on. You think you
can move to a nice area and place your kids in these brand
new schools, only to find out that they'll be busing your kids '
up to 25 miles or more extra a day just to justify overcrowding.
And the overcrowding is due to the fact that they've
brought kids into the new schools from other locations much
further away. How just is that?
So, if you live in a neighborhood community that has not
really hassled you, I'm reminding you to stay put if you really
want to be happy.

Stop using incorrect terms
This is about the terminology in this country. If you are
born in this country, you are not an African-American, you
are an American of African heritage. If you are born in this
country, you are not a Cuban-American, you are an American
of Cuban heritage.
I'm sick and tired of the media separating the people of this
country with their terminology. It's time we stopped using
those terms. It makes me ill.

Watch out liberals

Anyone liberal who endorses illegal immigrants and then
complains about'the water shortage in front of me will get an
evil hex.
We know that each person needs 100 gallons of water a day
to survive. You do the math.

In response to 'no insurance'
I'm responding to a letter in the paper about no insurance,
no service.
I'm in the medical field and work in a hospital, and I agree
with the letter. It's a shame. I had knee surgery and my doctor
no longer takes my insurance, so now I'm without a doctor. I
see people come into the hospital with no insurance from
other countries and they get the best coverage.
It's disheartening to see doctors who feel that they are holi-
er-than- thou, and all they care about is money. I really hope
that woman knows that even people in the medical surgery
agree with her. I had surgery and never even had a follow up
visit. Maybe she can get emergency Medicaid.


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Hobie Hiler/staff photographer
Brenda Hankes of Hobe Sound talks with friends Elizabeth Blees of Jupiter and Rose-
mary Tayerle of Palm Beach Gardens, at 'Taste of Hope,' a benefit for Place of Hope,
which serves kids in foster care at Whole Foods in Palm Beach Gardens last Thursday.


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Lawsuit
From page A2


2006. Mr. Chamberlin put
off applying for a home-
stead because his wife has
pre-existing health condi-
tions and if they changed
their residency, her condi-
tions would not be covered
by insurance any longer,
he said.
He changed his residen-
cy two years ago, which
meant he had to surrender
his property in New York,
and applied for the bene-
fit.
However, another reason
Mr. Chamberlin waited
was when the couple first
moved here, the tax differ-
ences were not that great.
The average property taxes
in his neighborhood were
around $8,000, he said.
"Our taxes were approxi-
mately $7,500 when we
first bought the house, but
then in 2002, we got the tax
bill, and it was over
$13,000. I called my neigh-
bor and he said his had


only gone up about $200,"
said Mr. Chamberlin.
He knew about the
homestead exemption, but
it was not until that phone
call that he learned about
the Save Our Homes
Amendment, which in
addition to the $25,000
exemption, gave home-
steaded residents a 3 per-
cent cap on their annual
property assessments.
Non-homesteaded prop-
erties do not have a cap on
assessments, but the
recently passed legislation
places a 10 percent cap on
them. Mr. Chamberlin's
taxes increased as his
assessed property value
did.
"I paid approximately
$400,000Tor my house and
now it's appraised at $1.2
million. I haven't done
anything in my house to
increase my value. What
happened is WCI came in
and developed an area
across the street and those


houses started selling at
$2.2 million. Assessments
are also based on compar-
ative properties near you,"
he said.
WCI is a Bonita Springs-
based developer.
As his neighbors' taxes
stayed in the same ball-
park, Mr. Chamberlin's
kept increasing dramati-
cally and in 2006 totaled
around $23,300. After he
became homesteaded, his
taxes last year dropped by
about $500, he said.
"I did it. mainly to stop
the bleeding (of the tax
increases)."
He read about Mr. Owen
and lawyer Douglas Lyons
in articles about the Lan-
ning case, which involved
Alabama residents with
property in Florida who
were fighting the unfair tax
system. The court dis-
missed the case, and it is in
the appeal process. Mr.
Chamberlin contacted the
lawyers and decided to


join another lawsuit they
were working on with the
Bruner's. The Bruner case
is different, because the
Lanning case. involved
non-residents and the
issue was commerce taxes.
The SOHA lawsuit has
different features, since it's
regarding residents, said
Mr. Owen.
Mr. Chamberlin's goal in
the lawsuit is simply to
stop the disparity.
"My belief is properties
that have the same value
should pay the same taxes,
which is how it is in the
other 49 states," he said.
"I understand portability
was to keep little old ladies
from losing their homes,
(but it's helping the wrong
people.)
"For instance, Jimmy
Buffet is not a little old
lady. I have nothing
against protecting people
from losing their homes,
but there are hundreds of
ways to do that."
The lawsuit includes


North Palm Beach, Leon,
Charlotte and Palm Beach
counties and their respec-
tive school boards among
its defendants. It claims
that they benefited from
taxes that were unconsti-
tutionally .levied on the
plaintiffs.
If the judge rules in favor
of the plaintiffs, all four
and anyone who joins the
class-action lawsuit,
between now and its rul-
ing, should receive retribu-
tion for the taxes they have
paid under one of the
case's conditions.
"If something is (ruled)
unconstitutional, the law
seems to say it's like it
never existed at all," said
Mr. Owen.
If the amendment is
ruled unconstitutional,
basically the state would
have to reassess everyone
under the Save Our Homes
Amendment, but nobody's
going to do that, so the
next best thing is to com-
pute the amount the plain-


tiffs' paid over their home-
steaded counterparts and
reimburse them, he said.
If it is dismissed, it will
be appealed, added Mr.
Owen.
The lawsuit is pending
while the attorneys wait
for responses from the
defendants. The Village of
North Palm Beach was
served in this case on Dec.
11 and its response was
due by Dec. 31, but "due to
the nature of the allega-
tions raised and interven-
ing holidays," the village's
attorneys from Johnson,
Anselmo, Murdoch, Burke,
Piper arid Hochman in
Fort Lauderdale, filed a
motion for an extension.
All defendants were
given until March 3 to
respond, said Mr. Owen.
Calls to the village's
attorneys were not
returned by press time.
For more information on
the case and relative issues,
v i s i t
www.lyonsandfarrar.com.


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Stamp price to increase


by a pennyinMay

'Forever' stamps will still get letters delivered


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH COUNTY
- The price for a one-
ounce first-class stamp
will increase from 41 to 42
cents on May 12.
Prices for other mailing
services, such as standard
mail, periodicals, package
services (including single-
piece parcel post) and spe-
cial services will also
change.
The average increase by
class of mail is at or below
the rate of inflation as
measured by the Con-
sumer Price Index.
"We encourage cus-
tomers to buy Forever
stamps now for 41 cents,
because as the name sug-
gests, they are good forev-
er," said Maribeth A. Nor-
man, postmistress of West


Palm Beach in a press
release.
The postal service has
sold 5 billion 'Forever
stamps since the launch
last April, and plans to
have an additional 5 bil-
lion in stock to meet the
expected demand before
the May price change.
Selected prices and serv-
ices, effective May 12,
from current to new:
*First-class mail letter (1
ounce) 41 cents to 42 cents
*First-class mail letter (2-
ounces) 58 cents to 59
cents
*Postcard, 26 cents to 27
cents
*Large envelope (2
ounces)
97 cents to $1
*Money orders (up to
$500) remain at $1.05
*Certified mail $2.65 to
$2.70


*First-class mail interna-
tional letter
(1 ounce to Canada and
Mexico)
69 cents to 72 cents
*First-class mail interna-
tional letter
(1 ounce, to other coun-
tries)
90 cents to 94 cents
Consistent with a new
postal accountability and
enhancement act law,
prices for mailing services
will be adjusted annually
each May. The postal serv-
ice plans to provide 90-
days' notice before the
price changes each year.
New prices for shipping
services, including express
mail and priority mail, will
be announced in March.
Prices for all postal prod-
ucts and services are avail-
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Don't pay for nitrogen-filled tires


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.earlstewarttoyota.co
m, call (561) 358-1474,fax
(561) 658-0746 or e-mail
earls@earlstewarttoyot.co
m.
This column originally
appeared in the March 2,
2007, edition of Hometown
News

t's bad enough that gas
stations now make you
pay to inflate your own
tires with air. But at least
you are getting what you
paid for, air that does what
it's supposed to do, and
that is, keep your tires
inflated.
Many car dealers are
now charging customers to
fill their tires with "pure"
nitrogen. They tell you that
nitrogen does not leak
from your tires as quickly
as air and this means that
your tires will stay properly
inflated longer before you
have to add more nitrogen
(and pay the dealer for


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this).
What the dealers don't
tell you is that the air that
is already in your tires is
mostly nitrogen anyway.
In fact, 78 percent of the
air you breathe is nitrogen.
Oxygen represents only 21
percent of the air. The rest
of air includes carbon
dioxide and other inert
gases. I'm not sure what
the purity of the nitrogen
is that they pump into
your tires for $199 (thisis
not a typo $199 for filling
four tires full of mainly
air). But you can be
assured that the purity of
the nitrogen is not 100
percent and is probably
closer to the 78 percent
that regular air consists of.
Even knowing all of the
above, I have to admit that
I was curious about
whether nitrogen could
prolong tire life and
improve fuel economy.
I knew that NASCAR
drivers used nitrogen-
filled tires and I heard that
Volvos came from the
factory with nitrogen in
their tires. I have a bache-
lor's of science in physics
from the University of
Florida and a master's of
science from Purdue, so
these kinds of things
interest me.
To find out for myself,
my dealership conducted
an experiment. We have a
fleet of rental cars and we


filled two tires of each car
with pure nitrogen and
two tires with regular air.
Over the course of many
weeks, we measured the
pounds of inflation in the
nitrogen and air-filled
tires. There was no differ-
ence in the inflation levels
of the nitrogen vs. air-filled
tires. If there is no differ-
ence in the inflation, there
can be no benefit from the
nitrogen of better gas
mileage or fuel economy.
You may have read my
column, "Beware the
phony Monroney." In that
column, I warned you
about car dealers that add
a window sticker designed
to look exactly like the
federally mandated
Monroney sticker.
This is where you should
look for dealer-installed
accessories and additional
dealer markups over the
manufacturer's suggested
retail price. Often, these
accessories have a high
price, but a very low cost.
SIn the case of nitrogen in
four tires selling for $199,
this is exactly the case.
Since air is already 78
percent nitrogen, it costs
virtually nothing to extract
nitrogen from the air. To be
generous, let's say the
dealer's cost is $10 includ-
ing labor. That is a 2,000
percent markup when he
charges $199.
Just when I thought I'd
seen it all, I actually saw
window stickers on a car
today from another dealer
who had actually modified
the Monroney label to
show nitrogen-filled tires.
To do this, the dealer
actually had to remove the
real Monroney label, make
the modification showing
the nitrogen tires and re-
paste the Monroney label
to the window.
Federal law requires that
a Monroney label not be
removed until the vehicle
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Bar association makes


charitable donations


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH COUNTY
Palm Beach County Bar
Association's North County
section recently donated
$90,000 to local causes that
serve the less fortunate in
the area.
The section provides net-
working opportunities,
legal education and com-
munity service programs
for its' 650 attorney mem-
bers, who
live or work in the north
county area.
"We are excited to help
these organizations who
make lives better for so
many in our community,"
said Adam Doner, president
in a press release. "These
financial donations were
made possible by Rush
Limbaugh who contributed
money to our organization
knowing that we give to
charity each year."
Mr. Limbaugh is a nation-
al radio talk show host who
lives in Palm Beach County.
Donations of $10,000
respectively, were made to
the following nonprofit
organizations:
*Turtle NestVillage is ded-
icated to fostering a system
of care that provides hous-


Review
From page A3
2006 Nissan Altima.
The front of Mr. Pas-
savainti's motorcycle
crashed into the rear of the
Nissan. He was ejected
from the motorcycle,
according to the report.
Police said Mr. Passavainti
was not wearing a helmet.
Mr. Passavainti was trans-
ported to St. Mary's Hospi-
tal in West Palm Beach
where he died six days later,
according to the report.

Sheriff's office
conducts
DUI saturation patrol
A driving under the influ-
ence saturation patrol, con-
ducted by the Palm Beach
County Sheriff's Office last
Friday netted seven arrests
for DUI.
The saturation patrol
took place on Feb. 22 from 9
p.m. to 3 a.m. and resulted
in two zero tolerance.
arrests, four misdemeanor
arrests, 25 criminal cita-
tions and 277 non-criminal
citations, according to a
sheriff's report.
The north county DUI
patrol was set up in the
northbound lanes of Alter-
nate A1A, between Hood
Road and Donald Ross Road
in Palm Beach Gardens.
Other areas included
north of Okeechobee
Boulevard, east of Haverhill
Road and west of U.S. 1, all
in West Palm Beach.
Those are areas where
alcohol- and drug-related
crashes are high, according
to the report.
"As a result of this satura-
tion patrol, we were able to
better educate the public to
the dangers of drinking and
driving, and removed sever-
al impaired drivers from the
roadways," the report said.
The Sheriff's Office
teamed with officers from
the Florida Highway Patrol
and Fish and Wildlife Com-
mission, as well as the
Boynton Beach, Jupiter,
South Palm Beach and West
Palm Beach police depart-
ments; in an effort to com-
bat impaired driving due to
the influence of alcohol and
drugs, the report said.
Compiled by staff
writer Purvi Desai

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out of foster care. The vil-
lage helps prevent home-
lessness and the despair
that are often unintended
consequences of foster
care.
*Friends of Abused Chil-
dren serves children who
have been abused, neglect-
ed or abandoned. The
donation will send several
children to sleep- away
camp this summer.
SCommunities in Schools
of Palm Beach County pro-
vides needed community
resources to help young
people learn, stay i school,
graduate and prepare for
life.
*Scholastic Achievement
Foundation of Palm Beach
County recognizes the best
and brightest high school
students of private,
public and religious schools
with college scholarships.
*Home Safe is a not-for-
profit organization that
serves abused, abandoned
and neglected children. The
money will help expand
and launch the Junior Libra
Boys program for ages 10 to
14.
* Make A Wish of South
Florida will receive funding
to help make wishes come
true for children with life-


threatening medical condi-
tions.
*Place of Hope is a neigh-
borhood of single- family
homes where foster chil-
dren live with two people
who serve as parents. The
$10,000 will be matched
dollar for dollar for a total
donation of $20,000.
Endowed Scholarship
Fund at Palm Beach Com-
munity College provides
five scholarships every year
to students attending the
north county campus. This
$10,000 donation is eligible
for matching grants.
*Learning the Law pro-
vides attorneys from all
practice areas to teach law
classes at Palm Beach
Community College in
Palm Beach Gardens and at
Florida Atlantic University
in Jupiter.
The board of directors for
N C S include: Adam Doner,
president; Ryon McCabe,
president-elect; Debra
Jenks, secretary and
Andrew Pineiro, immediate
past president. Directors
are Jerry Beer, Preston
Fields,Scott Fischer,Ken
Johnson, Marina
Petillo,Ron Ponzoli, Ned
Reagan, Scott Smith and
David Spicer.


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From page A8
is delivered to the cus-
tomer. It also requires tha
it not be modified. This
new vehicle was one we
had traded for from
another dealer and still
had the counterfeit
Monroney and the modi-
fied real Monroney
attached to the window.
The modified Monroney
looked so authentic, that
one of my technicians anc
my service manager
inquired about the
necessity of Toyota
carrying nitrogen tanks so
that we could refill these
tires with nitrogen. If this
could fool a Toyota
dealer's technicians and


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JUPITER The Northern
Palm Beach County Branch
American Association of Uni-
versity Women recently
announced the formation of a
charitable foundation, a new
nonprofit, tax- exempt organi-
zation.
The foundation will oversee
the branch's fundraising activ-
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that they have to scale the
building down to two stories
from the previous three pro-
posed.
The boundary setback of
the property will have to be
75 feet from the residential
Steeplechase neighbor-
hood, he said, adding that
the proposal may also
require a market study to
address how the project is
consistent with the neigh-
borhood commercial dis-
trict.
David Moore, one of the
more than 300 Steeple-
chase residents who has
lived there for more than
.seven years, is deeply con-
cerned about the proposal
to build the medical com-
plex.
Steeplechase is a gated,
single-family home devel-
opment where the homes
on 320 1-acre lots start at
about $750,000 and go to
about $4 million.
"The development, in its
current form, I'm quite
confident, will not be
approved," he said last
week. "It's wholly inconsis-


tent with what the city will
allow there. I fully expect it
to be turned down in its
current form. It's way out of
line in relation to what is
supposed to be neighbor-
hood or residential proper-
ty."
The current proposed
51,303-square-foot profes-
sional office building would
lie on 4 acres, with three
floors, totaling 5,586 square
feet of the total area,
according to the applica-
tion filed by Gentile, Hol-
loway & O'Mahoney, "a
landscape architects', plan-
ners' and environmental
consultants' company rep-
resenting Sinergo.
Steeplechase Drive is an
extension of Haverhill Road
north of the Beeline High-
way and permission from
the Florida Department of
Transportation, which
operates Beeline Highway,
is required to build an
access driveway from the
state road, according to city
professionals.
The plan calls for two
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one on Steeplechase Drive
and the other on Beeline
Highway. Steeplechase
Drive is a private road
owned by the residents of
the development, Mr. Mar-
rero said, and the Steeple-
chase Property Owners
Association must allow
consent for a new access
road.
"I had been under the
impression that the county
would not even consider an
egress, or an exit, heading
northwest directly onto the
Beeline Highway," Mr.
Moore said. "I wouldn't
even think they would con-
sider that, due to high
speed and lack of traffic
lights. But right now, it's all
proposals, and I don't even
know if they'll be approved."
Sinergo's proposal also
asked for a waiver of parking
spaces from the required
233 to 214, as about 5,600
square feet of the building
would be an atrium and
would not generate traffic,
the proposal said.
Mark Hendrickson, city
forester, told Dodi Glas,
director of planning and
senior associate at Gentile,
Holloway & O'Mahoney,
that if her client is going to
assign parking spaces or
cover them as doctors
sometimes prefer to they
need to indicate that in
their proposal.
Mr. Moore said a fellow
neighbor, who is a physi-
cian, spoke at a planning
board meeting on last week
and said he currently has
25 parking spaces at his
private medical practice,
all of which are filled every-
day.
Therefore, Mr. Moore
said, for Sinergo's 51,000-
square-foot building, of


which two-thirds would be
medical offices and one-
third professional, the
amount of parking spaces
indicated on the proposal
is too few.
He said that currently,
this is the most important
item on majority of
Steeplechase residents'
minds and agendas.
"This is an area where the
people are very involved in
the community," Mr.
Moore said. "We want to
preserve the character and
quality of life. The people
will be very mobilized and
very active. It is a some-
what affluent community,
and we have the means to
fight this."
Other issues that the DRC
brought up at the meeting
included that the applicant
should not obstruct pedes-
trians and build appropri-
ate sidewalks. Mr. Hen-
drickson said there should
be "as much buffer as possi-
ble" between the neighbor-
hood community and the
proposed building.
Sinergo would also have
to make sure to beautify
the roadways surrounding
their building and provide
pedestrian-scale lighting.
Mr. Hendrickson also
requested Gentile, Holloway
& O'Mahoney representa-
tives to provide a bigger pic-
ture of their proposal to dis-
play neighborhood homes,
distance from the homes to
the proposed building and
the perimeters.
The next meeting
between the city and Siner-
go has not been scheduled.
Although Ms. Glas could
not be reached for com-
ment, she agreed to comply
with all of the DRC's
requests.


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Jonathan Russell
Brandt

Jonathan Russell
Brandt, 25, of Palm
Beach Gardens, died Feb.
24, 2008 after a life-long
illness.
He was a gifted artist
with a talent for carica-
tures, cartoons and
action drawings of sports
figures.
Mr. Brandt is survived
by his wife, Amanda;
sons, Jordan Jenne and
Jonathan R. Jr.; parents,
Claire and Ernie Higgins
all of Palm Beach Gar-
dens and David and
Cheri Brandt of Okee-
chobee; sister, Laura
Brandt; grandparents,
Wilbur and Dorothy
Brandt all of Jupiter and
Dorothy and Dee Martin
of Ormond Beach and
many cousins.
Visitation and services
were held Feb. 29 at
Aycock Funeral Home in
Jupiter.
Memorial contribu-
tions to benefit his sons
are suggested to the


Jonathan R. Brandt Sr.
Memorial Fund, 32 Gov-
ernors Court, Palm
Beach Gardens 33418.


Delmar 'Dutch' Leo
Landen Jr.

Delmar "Dutch" Leo
Landen Jr., 85, of Palm
Beach Gardens, died Feb.
20, 2008 at the Gersten-
berg Center in West Palm
Beach.
Born in Flint, Mich., he
was a resident of Palm
Beach Gardens for 20
years, coming from
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
He held a doctorate in
industrial and organiza-
tional psychology from
Ohio State University,
was a co-founder of the
Michigan Quality of
Work Life Council, a
recipient of the Profes-
sional Practice Award
from the American Psy-
chological Association,
an Aspen Scholar and
received numerous other
professional awards.
Prior to retirement, he


was director of organiza-
tional research and
development for General
Motors and most recent-
ly was chairman of Lan-
den, Wells & Associates
in Palm Beach Gardens.
Survivors include his
wife, Gayle of Palm Beach
Gardens; daughter, Ann
and husband Jim Powell
of Bloomfield Hills; sons,
Stephen and wife Lynne
Schaefer of Ellicott City,
Md., Douglas and wife
Lisa Roznick of Mar-
quette, Mich. and Keith
Landen of Troy, Mich.;
sister, Susan Meneghel of
Arden Hills, Minn.; sister-
in-law, Freda Landen of
Franklin, Mich. and
seven grandchildren.
A memorial service was
held Feb. 26 at the Epis-
copal Church of the
Good Shepherd in
Tequesta. Memorial con-
tributions are suggested
to: the American Lung
Association of Florida,
2701 N. Australian Ave.,
West Palm Beach 33407.
Arrangements were by
Taylor & Modeen Funeral
Home in Jupiter.


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Dance your way to relationship health


ant to jumpstart
your tired
romance? Why
don't you try ballroom
dancing?
When you take your
partner in your arms and
move to the music, you may
rediscover some of the
chemistry that brought you
together in the beginning.
And, if you choose to try
this approach to entertain-
ment and exercise for
couples, you'll also be
expressing a metaphor for
relationship health and
pleasure.
What the heck is he
talking about, you ask?
Well, I'll explain later,
after I talk about dancing.
Then you'll get it, I'm sure.
Dancing is one of two
activities a man and a
woman can do together that
involves coordinated
physical motion. You know
what the other is, I think.
Anyway, to do it right, you
have to cooperate, be
sensitive to each other and
communicate, nonverbally.
You can talk if you want to,
but you don't have to. You're
listening to the music,
feeling it, allowing it to
guide you.
At the same time, it takes
some discipline.
First, you have to learn
the steps and practice them.
This takes a little concentra-
tion, some dedication and
focused effort, at least in the
beginning.
Ballroom dancing is a
sport. It can be as athletic as
you want it to be, or it can
be gentle, calm and roman-
tic. In either case, you have
to master the basics to get
the full enjoyment.
Once you've begun to
learn (and the beginning is
truly the hard part,) it
becomes practically
effortless. The combination
of music, motion and an
attractive partner in your
arms can transport you to
the portals of ecstasy.
In the ballroom, the man
and the woman both have a
role to play. The man leads,
the woman follows. It's
clear, specific and
immutable. That's just the
way it's done. The man
decides where to go and


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how to get there. He does it
in a way that is gentle and
sensitive, but firm and
decisive. Elegance is a goal
but in the beginning,
rhythm, fluidity and fun are
enough.
The woman must read the
man's body, moving with
harmony, graceful acquies-
cence and sympathetic
attention.
A woman dances better
when the man has a strong
lead, but not too strong.
This frees her to express her
natural femininity and to
flow with the music and the
dance itself. A woman can
dance with her eyes closed
if she trusts the man's lead.
Some women have told
me that they feel "free"
when they are in the total,
trusting control of a man
who has the moves, a man
they trust.
There is a sense in which
feminity, in order to be fully
expressed, requires relax-
ation; the sort of tranquility
that only comes when trust
is total, so that control can
be abandoned and effort-
less bliss can take over. This
seems to be the fun part of
dancing for women. Of
course, I've never done it
and I suspect, few men
have.
Well, maybe a few male
dance instructors have
experienced being well led
and know how to relax and
follow.
Argentine tango, in its
infancy, was danced almost
entirely by men in Buenos
Aires, including the follower
role. In fact, in Argentine
tango they still refer to the
roles as leader and follower


rather than man and
woman, even though a
woman is almost always the
follower these days.
In the old days, there just
weren't enough women to
go around, as was true in
most pioneering situations.
So the men danced with
each other. Then they'd go
out into the alley and fight.
Generally, men never
learn how to follow all that
well. This despite the
obvious fact that many
never learn how to lead,
either. I guess it's a pride
thing. Women, however,
often learn how to lead and
can do it pretty well. In
many dancing situations
there aren't enough men to
go around so some women
fill the role. I think most of
them would rather be
dancing in the arms of a
good male leader, though.
In life, as in dancing,
some women know how to
lead. Just like men though,
some do it better and like it
more than others. And, of
course, there are many men
who allow themselves to be
led, some gracefully, some
not so. I think, however, that
men feel better about
themselves when they are
leading.
The thing about leading,
though, is that it's not so
easy and definitely not as
relaxing as following. You
have to know where you're
going and be prepared to
decide what you'll do when
you get there. You have to
keep your eyes open, not
closed, and watch out for
danger (accidents happen),
keep the rhythm and
continually maintain the
trust of the follower.
This is done by being
sensitive to her feelings. Is
she having a good time? Is
she content with the
direction, the rhythm, the
steps? One can only lead
well if the follower is willing.
You want to be decisive, but
riot pushy. People don't like
to be jerked around. And
they have to believe in your
integrity and competence.
It's a subtle art.
Once it's mastered,
though, you're in a position
to greatly please a woman.
And that has its rewards, as


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Secretary Naomi Rothst'ein,
of North Palm Beach; and
AAUW Branch President
Barbara Quirk of Palm
Beach Gardens.
Since 1967, the branch has
supported the AAUW Edu-
cational Foundation by cre-
ating and funding the Thel-
ma Obert Research and
Projects Endowment, con-
tributing to the Pat Robin-
son and the Florida AAUW
75th Anniversary Research
and Projects Endowments,
as well as contributing to
the AAUW Educational
Foundation general fund.
The annual AAUW Educa-
tional Foundation lunch-
eon, to be held at the Mira-
sol Club in Palm Beach
Gardens on March 29, is the
primary fundraising event
for the group.
The AAUW Educational
Foundation supports
research, and since its
inception in 1958, has
awarded grants to more
than 8,000 women through-
out the world who sought
advanced degrees.
In 1998, the friends and
family of Doris Karlik of
Palm Beach Gardens, a for-
mer AAUW branch presi-
dent, donated funds to
establish the local scholar-
ship program.
Additional monies were
raised through a variety of
activities. The amount and
number of the scholarships
awarded each year were
limited by the funds gener-
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committee for nine years,
contributions to the Doris
Karlik Scholarship program
were not tax deductible
until the foundation was
formed this year.
The 125-year-old AAUW,
with more than 100,000
members, is the oldest and
largest women's organiza-
tion in the United States. Its
mission is to advance equi-
ty for women and girls
through advocacy, educa-
tion and research.
Membership is available
to men and women who


hold degrees from accredit-
ed educational institutions.
Interested men and women
without degrees who
believe in the mission may
-join as friends of the North-
ern Palm Beach County
AAUW. Monthly meetings
are held at the North Palm
Beach Library on the third
Monday of each month.

For more information, call
Cheryll R. Plotkin, (561)
775-1881 or (561) 632-0353
or visit the Web site
www.tinyurl.com/9wmsk.


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 "Al CUS
am suggesting a change that
will reward both you and your expectation
customers.


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Virtually every car dealer oj educa
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the price of cars he sells, a SOphistil
"dealer fee/doc fee/dealer
prep" fee ranging from $500 much hig
to nearly $1,000. This extra
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 this
fee is simply to increase the price of the car
and your profit in such a manner that it is not
noticed by your customers ThIis just plain
wrong I used to change a dealer fee (5495)
and when I slopped charging it a few years
ago it was scary But I did II because I could
no longer, in good conscience m lead my
customers Just because everybody else
was doing the same Ihing did nol make it
correct


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we all know.
Ballroom dancing is a
metaphor for loving,
sensual harmony. The roles
are traditional and a bit old-
fashioned. But both men
and women enjoy the
traditional roles in dancing.
The music, motion and
physical closeness don't
hurt either.
Couples need to have
things they can do and
enjoy together. The whole
business is quite romantic.
If you could use some more
of that in your life, give it a
try.

Hugh R. Leavell has been a
marriage and family
therapist in Palm Beach
County for 18 years. He
offers free seminars on
couples communication and
conflict management. Call
him at (561) 471-0067 or
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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 bottom line
has improved, not because I eliminated the
dealer fee, but because I was
timers' able to earn the trust of more
customers in buying their new
1ns, level or used car. You can do the
same.


ion and Why am I writing this letter?
I'm not going to tell you that
ttion are I think of myself as the new
"sheriff" that has come to
er today." "clean up South Florida". In
fact, I am well aware that this
letter is, to some extent, self-
serving. Many people-will read this letter and
learn why they should buy a car from me,
and not you. And, I am also aware that most
dealers who read this will either get angry and
ignore II or not ha e the courage to follow my
IRad But maybe you will be the exception II
you have any interest in following my lead,
call me anytime I don t have a secretary and
I don I screen any of my phone calls I would
love to chat with you about this
Sincerely.
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SAlex Cash, singer, song-
writer and 12-string acoustic
guitarist: 7-9 p.m. Downtown
at the Gardens Mall Courtyard
near The Grape in Palm Beach
Gardens
Ballet Florida presents
"Cleopatra" with live orchestra
at 8 p.m. at the Kravis Center
701 Okeechobee Blvd., West
Palm Beach. Continues March
8 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets
$18-$60. Call the box office at
(561) 832-7469, (800) 572-
8471 or visit www.kravis.org
Village Players present
"Graceland" and "Asleep on
the Wind" two one-act plays by
Ellen Byron at North Palm
Beach Community Center,
1200 Prosperity Farms Road,
North Palm Beach. Continues
through March 9 and next two
weekends. Show time 8 p.m.
Fri., and Sat. ; 2:30 p.m. Sun.
Tickets $12 at the door. For
more information, call (561)
641-1707
SATURDAY, MARCH 8
Dancing under the stars:
7-9:30 p.m. on the City Hall
Plaza, 10500 N. Military Trail in
Palm Beach Gardens. Dance
instruction from 7-7:30 p.m.
Ben Grisafi's Big Band Orches-
tra plays
Gardens bunny breakfast:
9-10 a.m. in the Palm Beach
Gardens Mall Food Court host-
ed by the bunny and spon-
sored by Brio's Tuscan Grille.
Tickets $8 at the Mall Informa-
tion Center
Palm Beach fashion week
finale at Cityplace in West
Palm Beach: 5 -10 p.m. Run-
way show, shopping dis-
counts, food, live entertain-
ment and silent auction.
Tickets $50. Call (866) 449-
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SUNDAY, MARCH 9
Smokey Robinson per-
forms at 8 p.m. at the Kravis
Center 701 Okeechobee Blvd.,
West Palm Beach. Tickets $20 -
$120. Call the box office at
(561) 832-7469, (800) 572-
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MONDAY, MARCH 10
An evening with Constan-
tinos Jaferis and friends: 7:30
p.m. at the Maltz Jupiter The-
atre, 1001 E. Indiantown Road.
Tickets $30-$35. Call the box
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These 'policemen,' are
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Monty' in Maltz performance


BY SARAH STOVER
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JUPITER The latest
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tion and audiences want-
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"The Full Monty"
opened to a sold out
crowd on Feb. 27, and


will most likely play to a
full house for its dura-
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16.
The stage production,,
based on the book writ-
ten by Terrence McNally,
has the same wit and
charm that endeared the
1997 independent British
film of the same name to
viewers worldwide.


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Week of 03-07-2008
Aries-March 21-April 19
The universe finds favor with you and your strong
positive energy. Your decision-making abilities are
excellent. Your faith is strong in your dreams and
projects. You live on the cutting edge. You are
great at letting go of old unwanted things in life.
Your powerful presence is felt and respected by all
around you. Much new success is on the way.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
Keeping a lighter touch is the key to progress.
Don't take on more projects than you can handle.
Your good heartedness and upbeat attitude is a
wonderful inspiration to others around you. You


The only difference is
the setting. The movie
was based in England
and the play is based in
Buffalo, N.Y. The audi-
ence still follows a group
',of six out-of-work steel-
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dilemmas.
The main character,
Jerry, played brilliantly
by Gavin Lodge, comes


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for one night at the local
watering hole, Gior-
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prosper.
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energy on the things you truly love. Pace yourself
and resist putting energy or time into areas that
you really don't want to deal with. You have all the
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all will be well.
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courage. You have the heart. Don't worry about
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up with joy in your heart and peace in your soul.
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range. It may be a good
weekend to run out early
and get back before the
winds really kick up.-'
Sailfish are still in the
area, but much more
Sporadic than in past weeks.
If you get three or four hits
in a day, you are doing well.
Several anglers have
reported dolphin, wahoo
and blackfin tuna starting at
the 240-foot mark south of
Lake Worth Inlet.
A few sources have
reported cobia biting on
bottom baits and cobia jigs
from the 90-foot mark all
the way to the beach buoy
line. If you have to run
north or south to get home,
run the beach. You might
just get lucky and find a 50-
pound cobia dinner
waiting.
Inshore report: The latest
cold fronts that have come
through have moved the
snook back into the Intra-
coastal, rivers and canals.
My personal bait of choice
in the daytimeis a Berkley
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pogy. When night fishing, I
prefer a DOA shrimp or a
Berkley 5-inch power
Smullet. It is, by far, the best
. insho0e bite right hnow.
Bluefish are running the
beaches with 10 pounders
showing up on Hobe Sound
last week.
The spinner sharks are
also in.copious numbers
along the coast, but catch-
ing them should be reserved
for experienced anglers
only. They are acrobatic and
fun to catch on large chunks
of cut mullet, but reihem-
ber, they are sharks.
Pompano are still here,
although it requires some
hunting to find the bite. By
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sunrise.
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Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You have been through
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cal few weeks, as he and
his best friend, Dave,
played by Todd Horman,
pull together a small group
of misfits, including their
previous boss and an eld-
erly black man, for the per-
formance.
While only a couple of
the actors, Mr. Lodge and
Mark Borum, who plays
Malcom, have physiques
of the male stripper kind,
none of the men seem at
ease about baring it all,
except when they think
about what they're doing it
for.
Jerry needs to pay off
child support to keep cus-
tody of his son, Nathan,
played by Philip Labes,
who tags along throughout
the hilarious ride.
Boss man Harold, played
by Wayne LeGette, has not
told his indulgence-loving
wife Vicki, played by Ash-
ley Gonzales, that he lost
his job and he's doing his
best to keep up their
lifestyle.
The other men are in just
as much in need of money.
However, Dave, affec-
tionately called "Big Man"
by his wife Georgie, played
by the energetic Lucy
Sorensen, almost lets his
low self-esteem over his
beer belly keep him from
going on with the perform-


ance. Certainly the audi-
ence is sympathetic to his
issue and the others' con-
cerns about the size of
another body part, which
makes viewers only want
to cheer them on more to
give "The Full Monty" at
the show's finale.
Some patrons might find
it surprising that the his-
torical theatre would allow
such a risque production,
but it's what ticket holders
wanted, judging by the
numbers.
Guests are forewarned
by Andrew Kato, the
Maltz's artistic director, to
be prepared for the show's
strong language, adult
content and nudity prior
to the curtain rising.
Although the audience
at this performance was
full of adults, some may be
taken aback by the almost
constant use of profanity
and the innuendos, either
spoken or gestured, during
scenes and songs. This
play is not for those who
have a prudish nature, but
more for those who have a
sense of humor.
The musical scores in
the play are sung extreme-
ly well by the entire cast,
who can hold notes for an
incredible time.
The band plays wonder-
fully and the songs, such


as "Big Black Man," are
catchy and fun.
If for no other reason,
mature viewers may go
just to see Mimi Hines, the
singer and comedienne
who starred in the Broad-
way production of "Funny
Girl" following Barbara
Streisand.
She recorded several
successful albums and
later appeared as Mrs.
Latimer on the television
show "Fraiser." Ms. Hines
plays Jeanette, the sassy
piano player who provides
the music for the men's
performance, in addition
to keeping their egos in
check.
Whatever the reason
audience members see the
play, one thing is for cer-
tain; they get their money's
worth and more. They
might even leave a little
randy after catching a
dimly lit, but full view of
"The Full Monty."

Showtimes are Tuesday
through Friday at 7:30
p.m., Saturday at 8 p.m.,
and Wednesday, Saturday
and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tick-
ets are available for the
third week of the show. For
tickets or more informa-
tion, call (561) 575-2223 or
v i s i t
www.jupitertheatre.org.


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to noon tennis round
robin and concluded with
a luncheon and silent auc-
tion.
Guests Myra Biblowit,
president of the founda-
tion and Laura Lassman,
president and founder of
PINK spoke during the
luncheon.
"I am so proud of the
sfiong charitable focus of
our BallenIsles member-
ship," said Ken Green, club
CEO in a press release. "It


is such a testament to their
energy and enthusiasm to
see three Play for PINK
events at Ballenlsles this
year.
"Our nine-hole ladies
raised $27,000 at their golf
.event, our tennis members
raised over $17,000 and our
18-hole ladies have one
more golf event planned at
the end of the month." -
PINK, the acronym for
prevention, immediate
diagnosis, new technology


and knowledge, is a grass-
roots fundraising organiza-
tion that uses lifestyle and
sporting events to raise
funds for breast cancer
research.
All proceeds are donated
to their partner, the Breast
Cancer Research Founda-
tion to fund the world's top
researchers.
For more information
,about Play for PINK, visit the
Web site
www.playforpink.org.


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Recently had an "aha"
moment that is so
important, I must share
it with you.
When I was younger, I
would allow myself to gain 7
pounds. To diet, I would cut
back to 650 calories daily,
lose a pound a day and after
one week, I could pretty
much do as I pleased for a
couple of months.
In case we haven't met, I
am 5-feet, 2-inches tall,
extremely small boned and a
small eater, so 7 pounds on a
tiny frame is a lot.
As I got older, my system
didn't work anymore.
I spoke with my brother, a
chiropractor and nutritionist,


and told him I didn't eat
breakfast, had a half sand-
wich for lunch and a dinner
without starch.
"Why am I not losing
weight?" I asked.
His answer: "You're not
eating enough."
He tried to explain that
since lunch was my first meal
of the day, my body kept all
the calories from lunch and
dinner. Maybe I'm just
dense, but it still didn't make
sense.
I watch "The Biggest Loser"
on TV. On the show, the diet
is tailored to each person,
with four hours of exercise
(ugh) as the norm.
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The general preference for blonde
hair may be traced back 11,000
years to the end of the Ice Age, when
northern European women evolved
blonde hair and blue eyes. These.
characteristics gave blonde women
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were scarce and everyone else had
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week and cut back to 400 to
500 calories a day," he said.
His trainer said, "to lose
weight, you must never skip
meals and you must eat the
required calories. If you
don't, your metabolism will
slow or shut down and you
can gain weight."
Aha! Finally, it made sense.
According to doctors, you
decide on your goal weight
then multiply it by 10.
For example: if you weigh
200 pounds and your goal
weight is 160 pounds, a 1,600
calorie-a-day diet will get
you on your way. Ask your
doctor for a diet regimen or
go online. Check out "The
Biggest Loser" site and any
other you can find. Get
yourself a calorie and
carbohydrate booklet; you
can usually find them at the
supermarket checkout.
Remember, to be success-
ful in dieting you must make
a lifestyle change.
Yo-yo dieting doesn't work
in the long-term and is
dangerous to your health.
This doesn't mean you can
never have your favorite
foods. No one can live that
way. Have a hot dog, some
pizza, etc., occasionally and
then get back on track. There
is no need to follow those
wacky diets that have you
spending a fortune on
ingredients and slicing and
chopping non-stop.
For optimum health and
weight control, eat five to six
small meals a day instead of
three large meals.
How do you do that?
Here is a great list of snacks.
1 medium apple.
1/2 small cantaloupe.


A handful of nuts.
1/2 cup egg substitute,
scrambled.
20 baby carrots with 2
tablespoons fat-free ranch
dressing.
1 stalk celery stuffed with
peanut butter.
1/2 small sliced pear and
2 tablespoons almond butter
on 3 graham crackers.
1 cup puffed wheat cereal
with 1/2 cup skim milk.
1 cup diet hot chocolate
with 5 mini marshmallows.
1 fudge pop.
3 paper-thin slices
parmesan cheese, sand-
wiched between 6 paper thin
apple slices.
1/2 cup low-fat ice cream
or 1 small container low-fat
yogurt (no fruit on the
bottom).
Ice cream soda: Place
about 1/3 cup of 1 percent or
skim milk in a tall glass. Pour
in 2 tablespoons chocolate
syrup (it's fat free) or sugar-
free chocolate syrup and stir;
Add 2 small scoops fat-free
ice cream or frozen yogurt;
add seltzer water and serve
with a straw.
A float with diet cola or
root beer and ice cream
added.
2-1/2 cups sugar-free
flavored gelatin.
10 dill pickle spears.
1 cup chopped watermel-
on.
10 medium strawberries
with 1 tablespoon whipped
topping.
2 medium tomatoes or 16
cherry tomatoes.
There are many more
snacks I will give you in a
future column.
By cutting the saturated fat


and substituting unsaturated
fat or aerosol cooking spray,
you will lose weight. The
good (monounsaturated)
fats: extra virgin olive oil,
canola oil and peanut oil.
Remember, oil is still a fat
and should be used sparing-
ly. While a little is healthy, a
lot will pack on the pounds.
Also remember, if you don't
buy it, you won't eat it.

Let's talk: Arlene Borg,
the Grammy Guru, is
available for talks from
south Vero to Hobe Sound.
Call (772) 465-5656 or (800)
823-0466.
NIB: When a recipe is not
in Mrs. Borg's cookbook it
will have (NIB) next to the
title.
Buy the book: For an
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"Romancing The Stove with
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FRIDAY, MARCH 14

Luck 0' the Irish: 8 p.m.
The Atlantic Theater's Cated
Community Comedy Improv
show. 6743 W. Indiantown
Road, No. 34 in Jupiter.
Repeats March 15 at 6743 W.'
Indiantown Road, No. 34 in
Jupiter.Tickets $12 -$15. Call
the box office (561) 575-4942
or visit www.theatlanticthe-
ater.com

MUSEUMS

*Burt Reynolds Museum
permanent exhibit of the
actor's memorabilia from
sports and film careers and his
collection of awards. Located
at 100 N. U.S. 1 in Jupiter
*Hibel Museum of Art per-
manent exhibit features Hibel's
art. Located on the John D.
MacArthur Campus of FAU. No
admission charge. For hours
and more information, call
(561) 622-5560 or visit the
Web site
www.hibelmuseum.org
*Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse
and Museum operated by the
Loxahatchee River Historical
Society. Located in Lighthouse
Park, 500 Captain Armour's


Way. History exhibits, day and
sunset tours of the 1860 light-
house, gift shop, educational
programs, weddings and spe-
cial events. Open Tuesday
through Sunday from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Last tour at 4 p.m.
(No flipflops; climbers must be
more than 48-inches tall). For
more information, call (561)
747-8380, Ext. 101 or visit the
Web site www.jupiterlight-
house.org
*Loggerhead Marinelife
Center: Sea turtle rescue cen-
ter in Loggerhead Park, U.S.1 in
Juno Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (561) 627-8280
*Marine environmental
awareness exhibit: The Perry
Institute for Marine Science
presents an underwater pho-
tography exhibit Includes pho-
tographs from around the
Caribbean by V. Kimberly Frye-
Wayman of Jupiter. The exhibit
is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, at the
Perry Institute for Marine Sci-
ence, 100 North U.S.1, Suite
202, in Jupiter. Admission is
free. (561) 741-0192, Ext. 117

ONGOING EVENTS

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Arts at Juno Beach Town Cen-
ter Council Chambers, 340
Ocean Drive. Exhibit runs
through April 9 on weekdays, 8
a.m. to4 p.m.
*Blowing Rocks annual art
exhibit: 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Fea-
tures the preserve's marine
landscape in pastel paintings,
photography, clay sculpture by
noted artists. Free admission at
the Hawley Education Center,
574 S. Beach Road, Jupiter
Island. Exhibit opens Feb.3 and
continues through May 31
Burt Reynolds Institute
acting, production classes and
auditions with Ralph Villani,
Frank Eberling and Marc
Zatorsky at the Museum, 100
N. U.S. 1 in Jupiter. For more
information, call (561) 743-
9955 or visit
www.burtreynoldsmuseum.org
Historical walking tours
of wonderful Worth Avenue:
conducted by James Ponce.
Tours are the second Wednes-
day of every month at 11 a.m.
and begin in the Gucci Court-
yard, 256 Worth Avenue in
Palm Beach. Though donations
are accepted to the Historical
Society of Palm Beach County,
the tour is free and open to the
public. For more information,
call (561) 659-6909, or visit
the Web site: www.worth-
avenue.com
Rockwell Kent: Visionary
Works from Greenland exhibi-
tion with guest curator and
Kent scholar Jake Wien, March
4 31 Hours: Monday-Satur-
day 10 a.m-4:30 p.m. at Light-
house Center, for the Arts,
Gallery Square North 373
Tequesta Drive, Tequesta. For
more information, call (561)
746-3101.
West Jupiter Recreation
Center Active adult trips (45
and older): Registration is
open for the Morikami Muse-
um trip on April 3 ($10) and
Butterfly World trip at Lakeside
Botanical Gardens on March
14 ($20). Register at the recre-
ation center, Indiantown Road
and Central Boulevard. For
more information, call (561)
747-3455
Yesteryear Village: Historic
and preserved community with
20 restored buildings, depicts
old Florida, circa 1850-1950.
Open for special events includ-
ing the South Florida Fair in
January, Sweet Corn Fiesta in
April, Pioneer Days in May and
Fright Nights and Halloween in
October. Available for school
and group tours and facility
rental. Located on the South
Florida Fairgrounds, off South-
ern Boulevard in West Palm
Beach. For more information,
call (561) 795-6400 or visit the
Web site www.south-
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Learn to love your sinuses


If you're looking for a
prescription for treating
sinusitis, physician Rob
Ivker has one for you.
In his book "Sinus
Survival: The Holistic
Medical Treatment for
Sinusitis, Allergies and
Colds," he refers to sinusitis
as the "cold" that won't go
away.
Chronic sinusitis is
defined as persistent
inflammation and/or
infection that lasts longer
than 12 weeks. The most
common respiratory
condition in the U.S.,
sinusitis affects more than
40 million people.
As a result of his own
lingering sinus problems,
the doctor developed a
holistic program for him-
self, his patients and
thousands of readers.
The first step is learning
to love your nose enough to
make a commitment to the
holistic approach, which
integrates conventional and
complementary therapies.
It requires taking specific
nutritional supplements,
making dietary changes,
drinking more water and
regularly irrigating the nasal
Passages. He believes that
one of the most overlooked
influences on immunity is
sleep.
Risk factors for sinusitis
include overuse of antibi-
otics, smoking, allergies, dry
air and dental problems.
Experts agree that diet also
affects sinus health. Some
culprits include mucus-
forming milk and dairy
products, sugar and caf-
feine. Sinus membranes
may swell from too much
salt in the diet or alcohol
consumption.
According to nutritionist
Gary Null, most sinus
sufferers are overly acidic.
Eating more alkaline-
forming foods, such as fruits
and vegetables, help get the
body (and sinuses) back in
balance again.


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The holistic appro
sinus care includes t,
antioxidant supple
(vitamins A, C and E)
the minerals zinc an(
selenium.
In addition, probic
(acidophilus) strength
the immune system
restore the beneficial
bacteria affected bye
otics. Also helpful: es
fatty acids, echinacea
ginger, turmeric and
potency garlic extrac
Bromelain, the pin
enzyme, helps reduc
swelling and mucus
duction. When mucu
up in the nose, it cre;
prefect breeding grot
viruses, bacteria and
Flushing out mucus
wash out dust, polled
irritants, reduce the r
sinus infections and
alleviate post-nasal c
Some people sniff
salt water up their nc
use solutions of chlo
or cider vinegar.
AndrewWeil, an in
tive physician, strong
recommends nasal ii
tion using a neti pot,
spouted device that r
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Studies show that I
who consistently use
washing method hav
symptoms and use le
medication.
Do-it-yourself trea
to open clogged sinu


be quite effective. A hot
washcloth applied over the
S sinus area helps break up
congestion. So does steam
inhalation with the addition
of a few drops of eucalyptus
oil. Some people claim relief
from eating freshly grated
horseradish, while others
prefer chewing raw garlic
cloves. Finger pressure
(acupressure) applied to
specific points on the face,
feet and hands, often
ETT reduces uncomfortable
list sinus pressure.
Many practitioners
recommend natural homeo-
ach to pathic nasal sprays or
making tablets, which are known for
tents their safety. They have no
), plus side effects or interactions
d and are suitable for children.
Another convenient
)tics option comes from Switzer-
then land in the form of a pocket
and inhaler containing menthol
1 and oils of cajeput and
ntibi- eucalyptus. It's a pleasant
essential way to clear nasal passages
a, and increase airflow to
high sinuses and lungs.
:ts. Dr. Riker and other
ieapple specialists have come to
e recognize that certain
pro- emotions contribute to
is backs sinus problems, especially
rates a stress, sadness and
und for repressed anger. That may
fungi. be why relaxation tech-
will niques and deep breathing
n and exercises work better for
risk of some people than conven-
tional sinus treatments.
Irip. Apparently, while you are
warm learning to love your
oses or sinuses, you might also
rophyll learn to love your whole
body and your life.
tegra- The information in this
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a physician ifyou have a
resem- medical condition.
al lamp. Margot Bennett is a
people licensed nutritionist at
this Mother Nature's Pantry,
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University learning society to


celebrate performing arts week


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

JUPITER The Lifelong
Learning Society at Flori-
da Atlantic University in
Jupiter will celebrate
spring 2008 Performing
Arts Week beginning
March 16 with a variety of
performances and lec-
tures. The events will take
place in the Lifelong
Learning Complex on the
John D. MacArthur Cam-
pus, 5353 Parkside Drive
in Abacoa.
Kicking off the week on
March 16 at 3 p.m., stu-
dents and faculty from the


FAU School of the Arts will
perform "A Musical Show-
case," with selections
from the American song-
book, as well as piano
works for two- and four-
hands.
Performances continue
through March 21 with
the following events:
*March 17, 1 p.m.
Myrna Goldberger will
perform her one-act play
based on the life of
Brooke Astor.
*March 18, 7 p.m. Jazz
artist Kit Stewart will
present a concert "Mad
About the Boys," featuring


songs from the great male
vocalists of the time,
including Frank Sinatra,
Nat King Cole, Tony Ben-
nett and Dean Martin.
March 19, 2:30 p.m.
Kurt Stone, writer and lec-
turer, will present "Chana-
niah and the Golden Hair:
A Fable for the Child in
Everyone," a story about
journey, danger, humor,
twists and good and evil.
March 20,7 p.m. Irena
Kofman will present "The
Professor and her Stu-
dents," a collaborative
musical performance of
Wolfgang Mozart and


Edvard Grieg, featuring a
9-year -old international-
ly known virtuoso and a 6-
year -old prodigy.
*March 21, 1 p.m. Mar-
lene and Chet Solender
will present "Cole Porter
and Irving Berlin," dis-
cussing the similarities
and differences of both
composers.

For more information, to
purchase tickets or to
receive a free 2008 spring
catalog, contact the Life-
long Learning Society at
(561) 799-8667 or (561)
799-8547.


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training a dog


M any times when I
train with my
clients, they are
concerned that the dog gets
too stressed.
Lots of dogs are great
actors, so be aware that if
the dog learns it can get out
of a training session by
acting out, it will do it again.
'Not always is a tucked
under tail a great sign of
stress. Do not forget the dog
has to get used to the new
things you try to teach it. As
long as you are not too
harsh with the training and
the dog is healthy, you want
to continue training.
Before you know it, that
tail is wagging again and the
dog is happy to work for
you.
Please contact me
anytime if not sure how to
read your dog's body signs.

Signs of stress in dogs
include:
Shaking
Panting and salivating
Dilated pupils
Excessive blinking
Increased activity or
pacing
Loss of appetite
Restlessness,
distraction, agitation
Sweating through the
pads of the feet
Inappropriate urination
/defecation
"Shutting down" by
turning away or
avoiding eye contact
Excessive shedding
Diarrhea
Yawning
Whining, excessive
vocalization


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You and Your Pet


Licking lips
Hiding behind handler

Some causes of stress:
Unusual noises
Unknown places
Confusing or
inconsistent training or
handling
Rough or unpredictable
handling
Crowding by people or
other animals
People exhibiting
inappropriate or
unusual behaviors
Unusual smells
Unusual emotional
reactions of the handler
Extreme temperatures
(inside and outside)

BirgitEdler is the owner of
Canine College in Juno
Beach, which offers groom-
ing, training and day care
services for dogs and cats.
Call (561) 626-0552 or e-
mail
Caninecollegefl@yahoo.co
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Woman's club


to host annual tea


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH GARDENS
-The 26th annual tea spon-
sored by the Palm Beach
Gardens Woman's Club will
take place from 1 p.m. to 3
p.m. March 15 at the Burns
Road Community Center in
Palm Beach Gardens.
Themed "A Spot of Tea" by
chairwoman Muriel Faile,
the event will offer door
prizes, theme baskets and
raffles to support the club's
educational projects.
Committee members
include Rae Bonner, Char-
lotte Faulconer, Sally Trues-


dale, Doris Karlik, Arline
Kiselewski, Cynthia Galla,
Lorraine Macey, Kathie
Arrants, Barbara Thompson,
Ronnye Sands, Barbara
Burkhardt, Nasreen Kaklu,
Dee Pumphrey and Laraine
Montgomery, president.
The club is a member of
both the Florida and Gener-
al Federation of Women's
Clubs.
The community center is
located at 4404 Burns Road.
Event tickets are $25. To
order, call Lorraine at (561)
627-9564.
For more information, call
Muriel at (561) 622-6355 or
Laraine at (561) 691-0976.


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Local Red Cross


affiliate raises funds


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH COUNTY
- Members of the Ameri-
can Red Cross, Greater
Palm Beach Area Chapter
North County Branch
Angels raised more than
$10,000 during its annual
luncheon and fashion show
held recently at Jonathan's
Landing Club in Jupiter.
Monies raised will assist
the Greater Palm Beach
Area Chapter in disaster
relief efforts throughout the
Northern Palm Beach area.
Under the leadership of
event co-chairwomen Betty
Ann Withers and Martha
Johnson, the North County
Angels hosted more than
150 women for lunch, con-
versation and a fashion
show coordinated by Rose
Meyerowich of Fashion by
Rose Meyerowich.
Festivities also included a
raffle and silent auction of


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gift baskets and services
donated by local merchants
including National Repub-
lic Distributing Company,
Sweet Inspirations Lady's
Boutique and Garden of
Eden Market, with under-
writing by Don and Ginny
Hersey.
"All the Angels and I look
forward to seeing the
money raised at this lunch-
eon put to use within our
community," said Ms. John-
son in a press release.
The program for the
afternoon included a wel-
come by J.B. Hunt, Red
Cross CEO and an overview
of the Red Cross emergency
service division by Mary
Blakeney, senior director of
emergency services.

For more information
about the North County Red
Cross Angels, call (561) 622-
8003 or visit the Web site
www.redcross-pbc.org.


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The Sun Will Shine, The Ocean Breezes Will Soothe

And The Art Work Will Decorate Your L(fe! '1


ART FEST BY THE SEA RETURNS MARCH 8th & 9th, 2008
On March 8 & 9, 2008, Juno Beach will welcome its annual art extravaganza when the 20th
Annual Art Fest by the Sea returns. Over 250 artists will display their unique artwork on
AIA along Juno Beach for two days only. Many of these artists have traveled great distances
to exhibit their fine artwork. Now in its 20th year, this annual tradition has grown to include
the "best of the best" in artwork. Featured at this year's festival will be paintings,
sculptures, pottery, ceramics, jewelry, a green market and more. Also included will be great
live musical entertainment, tasty festival foods and tropical punches. Show times are 10 am
to 5 pm and ADMISSION IS FREE.
To attend, take 1-95 to Donald Ross Road and head east to AIA on the beach. Proceed north
to Loggerhead Park. The show is held outdoors on AIA along Juno Beach. FREE PARKING
is available at the Florida Power and Light building on Universe Boulevard and a free shuttle
will be provided to and from the festival. Follow signs to parking. For more information,
please contact the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce at (561) 746-7111,
or Howard Alan Events at (954) 472-3755. Don't forget to visit us on the web at
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Art eest by the sea 20th
Anniversary Commemorative
Poster, painted by April Davis


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dock, priv yet close,
paved rd. 5 min to local
golf courses. (Daytona
Bch MLS#466511) or by
owner $645,000 All rea-
sonable offers consid-
ered. 386-409-8208
EDGEWATER- DEEP
canal mins. to Mosquito
Lagoon. All redone Lrg
2/1, seawall/divets. Re-
duced $255,000. Finance
or rent 386-424-9341
HOBE SOUND: Beautiful
CBS Custom 4br/3ba
gated comm. w/Pool &
many extras. Price re-
duced $100k $475,000
Chris Ouillette, Keyes
Co. 772-607-0015
See ad # 50475
www.HometownNewsOL.com
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
SOUTH- Cedar Island
Club Condos 2br/2ba
1250sf, Intracoastal,
boat dock, full remodel,
gar. $450K 407-340-6310
hotos ad #50476 www.
hometownnewsOL.com
STUART Stop paying
rental Spacious 1300sqft
doublewide, 3/2 w/
central air, deck & dock
on Southfork River.
Boating & fishing at your
back door. We finance
No credit crunch here.
$1200mo payment. You
own it all $152,000.
Come be a home owner.
Call 305-393-3116 In
approx. 12 days you can
own this home.
NEED TO
HIRE?
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DAYTONA BEACH-
Oceanfront, 12th fir,
gorgeous views 1BR,
Granite bath, clubhse,
pool, Reduced $285K
912-655-7296 / 658-2426
NORTH PALM BEACH
Intracoastal. Renovated,
55+ lbr/lba, 2nd fl with
elevevator. Dockage,
clubhouse, heated pool &
more, $114,900 Owner
fin, avail 561-632-1669
PALM BEACH Gardens
Great location near mall.
1/1.5 1150 sqft, 12'
ceilings, new apple, Pool
tennis, gym, 50+ reduced
$156,000 561-799-0425
PGA NATIONAL. 2/2,
2nd floor end unit condo
w/ water & golf views.
Wrap around porch.
$299,900. Linda Baugh-
man 561-346-5105 PGA
Nat'l Realty, Illustrated
Prop
STUART Monterey Yacht
& Country Club golf
comm. 1/1 quiet 55+
comm. Large porch
overlooking golf course.
New paint & carpeting.
$59,900 419-708-4602
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VERO BEACH Fountain
Head,Gated 2/2/1,ground
fl. Corner, new upgrades,
pool,gym,clbhse, 2mi. to
beach, $189,000 or rent
$950 mo. 407-970-2168
arroyave.m@gmail.com
See photos online @
Hometownnewsol.com
Ad #49592


Alexander Real Estate
Jeanne & Glenn Bush
386-690-9018/690-9017
Edgewater-3b/2b/2cg
large home/yard on nice
St., spa, wet bar, indoor
grill & more $249,900.
Edgewater- 3b/2b/2cg
'99 home w/wood firs,
open/ split plan, fenced
backyrd. $173,000
Edgewater 3b/2b/2cg
Bargain price for remod-
eled home, many im-
provements w/warr. great
locale. $157,800
Edgewater -3b/2b/2cg
pool home on 1 acre lot,
great locale Lease/option
possible. $274,000.
New Smyrna Bch-
4b/3.5b/2cg, 2 story on
2.5 acres, in-law suite,
pool, best of country liv-
ing $394,500
New Smyrna Bch-
3b/2.5b (2) Turnbull Bay
2-story golf course view
townhomes, never occu-
pied, $254,900 ea.
New Smyrna Bch -
3b/2.5b/lcg acree lot,
large furn. home w/ fire-
place in great location.
Snowbirds take notice.
$298,500
New Smyrna Bch -
4b/2b/2cg; 1 acre with In-
ground pool; high de-
mand locale $250,000

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$$ IN YOUR POCKET!
Let me help you buy a
house & I will give you
25% of my commission at
close. R&R Realty, Chris
Ryder 561-626-8550
CABANA COLONY. 4/2
w/ screen porch and trop-
ical pool. Owner relocat-
ing. $219,000 Jill Gemi-
no,561-801-0199 PGA
Nat'l RE Illustrated Props
COCOA BCH 4bd/2.5ba
on wide canal w/river
views. Endless upgrades
& renovations. $529,900
Islands International Re-
alty 321-779-3800
COCOA BCH Deep ca-
nal front. 3bd/2ba huge
orch+FL rm w/in-ground
ot tub. $399,900. Is-
lands International Realty
321-779-3800
Cypress Lake Estates
Custom 4/2/2, 2+ acres,
fresh water pond w/koi.
Tropical pool. $499,900.
Islands International Re-
alty 321-779-3800
DAYTONA BEACH Larg-
est double lot 4BR/4BA,
located in wooded com-
munity south of world fa-
mous castle/archway on
Int'l Speedway. Near new
High School, Mall,
Speedway & Beach. Was
listed with Remax for
$389,000; Now by owner
$249,000. Clear deed
enables possible partial
trade on motorhome,
motor yacht, vehicles or ?
Call 386-547-7030





EDGEWATER
Pool Home on 3 lots!
3BR/2BA/2CG Located
on corner. Totally reno-
vated, Ready to move
right in! Reduced!
$205,900 Call Owner at
386-562-7370
Fort Pierce 1/2 acre on
golf course 3/2/2 over
2100sqft u/a.- Pristine
condition. New heated
tropical pool, new A/C.
$274,900 Coldwell Bank-
er, Debbie Stenmark
(772) 332-1950
Fort Pierce Panther
woods 3/2/2 CBS pool
home on preserve lot,
Solf cart & equity incld
fully furnished $255,000
Coldwell Banker, Debbie
Stenmark 772- 332-1950
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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Fort Pierce Wow 6
bdrms 3 baths on 3/4
acre private yard. Scrnd
pool & patio, over 3,100
sqft u/a. $315,000 Cold-
well Banker, Debbie
Stenmark 772-332-1950

Fort Pierce- 2bdrm CBS
+ den. Excellent condi-
tion! New A/C, Roof &
Appliances 2110 Donald
Ave. $99,000. Coldwell
Banker, Debbie Sten-
mark 772-332-1950
FORT PIERCE: 5306 Ft
Pierce Blvd, 3br/2ba/lcg
1164sqft, $99,500 Call
Stan Jackson, Van Horn
Realty LLC 772-318-4672
www.realestatestan.com
HOBE SOUND. 8522 SE
Royal. Newly decorated
waterfront home on deep
water. CBS. New roof.
$899,000. Pat Scott
561-346-6184 PGA Nat'l
RE Illustrated Properties.
JUPITER. PASEOS.
Short Sale. 3/2/2. Corner
lot across from comm
pool. Ann Quinn. Call
561-313-6708. PGA Nat'l
Realty Illustrated Prop
JUPITER: 3/2/2 .3 acres
on corner lot. Upgraded
w/new roof, A/C & carpet.
All amenities. $259,500
VIP Properties, Julie
Modelski 561-667-6882
JUPITER: 6391 Robin-
son St, 3br/2ba/lcg, Pool,
1787sqft, $246,000 Call
Stan Jackson, Van Horn
Realty LLC 772-318-4672
www.realestatestan.com
MELBOURNE: FSBO,
Elegant 3/2/2, 2264 sq.f.
on 1.5 acres in Lake
Washington area.
Screened pool/patio over
looking lake. Master
suite w/ jacuzzi tub.
Large kit w/ corian coun-
ters with pantry. Monitor
sec sys, 10' garage/
workshop, 2 horse stalls
+ storage. Fenced 2 gat-
ed drive $399K.
321-242-1485
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
1 ac, 4/3/3, 3400sfi, 5400
sf total, 14ft ceilings,
gourmet kit, w/granite,
decor stainless steel
appliances, 48" gas
cooktop, 48" fridge, gas
fireplace 5% owner fin.
$650K 386-689-6134
NSB- 2/2/2, located
between river & US1,
open floor plan,'1800sf,
vaulted ceilings, large FL
rm, lots of extras. $225K
Must seel 386-428-3431
ORMOND- Breakaway
Trails, gated & guarded
comm. expanded custom
home, master suite,
w/sitting area, jacuzzi tub
in mb, 2 other oversized
br's, pool bath opens to Ig
screened lanai, formal
dining, all wood & tile
floors, side entry 2.5 cg
on large corner lot. 5 mi
to beach Must see!
386-673.8176 Photo ad
#50778 www.
hometownnrewsOL.com
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PALM COAST- 3/2/2
1768sf, updated kitchen,
custom bookcases, new
tile & carpet, large back
porch, privacy fence.
$165K. 386-409-3159
PGA CUSTOM 4br/2.5
ba, tranquil lake & golf
view. New gourmet kit,
italian marble & hard-
wood fl. $659,900. Barry
J Hallet 561- 626-7900x
150 PGA Nat'l Re, Illus-
trated Prop
PGA EAGLETON, Dia-
mond Head, 4900 sq ft.
under A/C. 2 story
4br/5.5ba, Srn patio
w/spa. Unique loft area.
Reduced $800,000. Lin-
da Baughman
561-346-5105 PGA Nat'l
Realty, Illustrated Prop
PGA NATIONAL. Legacy
Cove. Short sale. What a
deal 4/3/2+ den w/ pool.
$364,900 Ann Quinn 561-
309-1049 PGA Nat'l RE,
Illustrated Prop

PGA NATIONAL-
Windmere. One story 3/2/1
end unit w/ new roof. Fully
furn. $339,000 Barry J
Hallet 561- 626-7900x 150
PGA Nat'l Re, Illustrated
Prop
PGA- WINDEMERE.
Water & Golf views. 2/2+
loft/1CG. Scrn patio. Fully
furnished. Priced right!
$339,000. Babs Rhyne
.561-379-6519. PGA Nat'l
RE, Illustrated Properties.
PGA. PRESTON. Out-
standing residence with
3br/3ba. Call Jill Gemino,
561-801-0199 PGA Nat'l
RE Illustrated Props
PORT ORANGE-
2901sf pool home with
huge garage of 792sf +
big screen pool porch.
Renovated new roof.
3br/2ba + 2 bonus rms.
Large fenced lot for RVs
boat, trailer. $179.900
One story concrete
beauty. 386-316-0431
SATELLITE BCH Canal
front, 5,000+sfl Dbl dock,
boat & jetski lift, Pool, 5br
+ofc & more! $1,250,000
Islands International Re-
alty 321-779-3800
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Deep water canal w/pool!
Beautiful river views
138 Bellewood Ave, 3/2/2
large office w/sep, en-
trance, large yard. Red.
$145K Now $579K Firm.
386-547- 4783 Photos ad
#50471 www.
hometownnewsOL.com


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STUART FLORIDA
Club, $250's, Extended
Capri,1725sqft, 2/2/2,
Granite kitchen, wood
floors/tile, cul de sac/ golf
site 339-227-0197
TITUSVILLE Executive
5bd/3ba/2 car + new RV/
boat gar. 18'x52', 3637sf,
1 acre, sauna, appls., in
exclusive upscale area,
$499,000, owner financ-
ing avail. 321-269-5913

TITUSVILLE, full duplex,
ea.side 2/2/1,great neigh-
borhood, tile, new paint,
Al, close to all, $179,000
Urgent! Buy owner! 321-
383-3994 / 617-513-4134


MINT
VERO CENTRAL
BEACH
Charming 3 or 2 br/2ba,
block home with terrazzo
tile firs on lush oversized
lot. New w/d. Mint cond.
Rent to own $369,900.
772-489-0180



DEVELOPERS CLOSE
OUTIII Owner Financing
New Villas 5.5% APR
with approved credit
$823.29/MT $6,000.00
Down includes closing
cost 30yr amortizing with
3yr balloon Realty King
John Broker/Owner
772-589-3054
jking@realtyking.com
JUPITER Abacoa Marti-
nique'3/3/1, 1700 sq ft
under air, view of club-
house & kept immacu-
late. All amenities, walk
to golfcourse & restau-
rants. $274,000 VIP
Properties, Julie Modelski
561-667-6882



JUPITER VILLAGE. 104
Sherwood Cir. #1-C.
Lovely vacant 1311 sq ft.
2 story TH. 2br/2.5ba
Great location. Backs up
to single family homes.
End of Cul de Sac.
$179,000. Alyse Porter.
Marker One Realtors.
561-309-6874
JUPITER: 4111 Parkside
Drive, 3br/3.5ba/2cg,
1867sq ft, $236,500 Call
Stan Jackson, Van Horn
Realty LLC 772-318-4672
www.realestatestan.com
PALM BEACH Gardens
Woodbine Comm.,
2br/2ba/lcg Gated, Many
upgrades, Includes hurri-
cane shutters. $219,999
OBO 561-881-7187 OR
863-610-5510
PALM CITY 55+ Gated
comm 3/2 new roof &
patio. Open House Sun
11AM to 4:30PM. Pool,
tennis, active clubhouse
$255,900 772-220-5953

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PBG/PGA NATL. Spa-
cious TH. 3/2.5. Beautiful
tile. Hurricane shutters.
Private location. Large
patio. $205,000. Helga
Mackey, 561-301-6788,
Illustrated Props.
PGA RESORT VILLA
3BR/2.5BA 2 story TH.
Scrn patio w/ long water
& golf views. $535,000.
Carol Ruthfield 561-
762-4844 PGA Nat'l Re-
alty, Illustrated Prop








GEORGIA WOODED
HOMESITES
1-10acs. LOW TAXES!
Beautiful weather year
round. Terrific investment
w/owner financing avail.
Payments as low as
$229/mo wllow down
payment. Limited availa-
bility! 706-364-4200
KENTUCKY
*3 acres w/pond $24,900
*35 acres riverfront $99K
*100 acres $125,000.
*1500acs. hunters para-
dise, incredible trophy
deer & turkey hunting,
$1895/acre. Great invest-
ments! 1-270-791-2538
www.ActionOutfitter.com
MIMS 4.26 beautiful
wooded, cedar oak/pine.
Property can be split to
2.13 acres at 1 home per
parcel. Beautiful homesite
$250,000 321-863-7369
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
New log cabin shell on 2
wooded acres only
$99,900. FREE BRO-
CHURE of Mountain &
Riverfront acreage. E-Z
Financing. For free info
1-828-652-8700
PORT ST LUCIE near 95
& St. James golf course
2 acre lots. Water & sew-
er Paved roads. Can be
divided. Reduced to
$209,000 561-239-9216
PORT ST. JOHN, 1.6 ac.,
part commercial, part res,
identical, w/3 houses, off
US1, near Indian River,
all or part, $270,000/obo.
321-632-0159 Lv. msg.

WOW
VERO BEACH Indian
River Shores,Gated, East
of A1A, 1/2 acre, shaded
oak trees, sprinkler sys.
steps to beach $367,000
407-970-2168 or email
arroyave.m@gmall.com
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furnished, 2bd/1.5ba,
C/A/H, carport & shed,
$7000 772-464-1321

PALM HARBOR Factory
Liquidation Salel!! Modu-
lar, Manufactured, & Stilt
Homes. 0% Down when
you own your land.Call
for FREE Color Bro-
chures 800-622-2832
PORT SAINT LUCIE
Spanish Lakes 1,
2br/lba, 54+, New car-
port, home newly remod-
eled. Just turn key!
$6500 772-335-7415
PORT ST. Lucle Big
dblw, 55+ Spanish Lakes
1. Updated, Bar, fplc FI
room, carport. Quick
sale was $47,000 Now
$35,000. 772-812-5064
SEBASTIAN 55+ 2005
16x52 2-br/2-ba fully
furnished. Must sel.
$18,500/obo w/ or without
furnishings. Whispering
Palms comm, avail
3/1/08 by appointment
only 772-766-3550
STUART ACKEL
Estates 55+ furnished
2br/2ba 12 x 60. 1 mi
West of 95 on Kanner
Hwy to 1714 SW Diana
Terr. W/D. Well
maintained quiet park,
20min to beach. No pets
$25,000 330-323-7622
see photos online at
www.HometownNewsOL.
com ad # 50472
W. MELBOURNE, 55+,
2/2, dblewide, furn, 2
porches, 1 end. 1 open,
carport, shed, sprinkler
sys,citrus trees, sm pet ok
$45,900. 321-848-1978
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Mtns) New 3-br/2-ba
manufactured home on
1-2 acres with creek,
large porches, stone
fireplace, SS appliances.
$139,900 404-512-0789
www.galandhome.com
*TENNESSEE* Cumber-
land Plateau, 500+/- acre
tracts starting at $1,795
/acre, 1180+/- acres at
$3,000/acre, 247.95acres
at $2,195/acre, 1.3 acre
lots at $12,500. Excellent
Development Property!
1-931-946-5263
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GA, 3-35 acre Tracts near
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ed land w/ paved road
frontage & pines. $8000
per acre. Norris Bishop
ealty @(229) 890-1186.

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Got Land? Want some?
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seasons. Payments as
low as $233/mo. 2-200
acre tracts available in
SE, Georgia. Call
1-912-585-2174 or Visit
www.HickoryHammock
Properties.com
GEORGIA LAND
Jones County 1 hr to
Atlanta, Hunting/ Invest-
ment 551ac: $3950/acre
(will divide): 239 acres:
5,450/ac:
Houston County 125ac
$5600/acre (will divide)
478-454-7169





GEORGIA PARADISE
Riverfront property, 3acre
homesites w/private boat
ramp. Paved streets. On-
ly 10mins. to town. Buy
direct from developer,
$7950/acrel Going fast!
912-529-6198

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GEORGIA WOODED
HOMESITES
1-10acs. LOW TAXES!
Beautiful weather year
round. Terrific investment
w/owner financing avail.
Payments as low as
$2291mo w/low down
payment. Limited availa-
bility! 706-364-4200

HANDYMAN SPECIAL
New Ranch with 4 bed-
rooms, 2 bath, In drywall
stage. Sits on 2 acres
near Athens, OH.
$79,900/Reduced
*$69,900*. Owner Fi-
nancing 1-740-260-2282


JASPER, FL 15 Acres
High&Dry, undev. land in
Hamilton Cty, the "Jewel
of the Suwannee." Zoned
AG1 $110,000. Linda @
Keyes. 954-632-9258

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Amenities Include:
Tennis
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KENTUCKY
*3 acres w/pond $24,900.
*35 acres riverfront $99K. *
*100 acres $125,000.
*1500 acres hunters
paradise, incredible tro-
phy deer & turkey hunt-
ing, $1895/acre.
Great investments
1-270-791-2538
www.ActionOutfitter.com

KENTUCKY 4.5 acres
up to 3,500ac tracts, Pre-
mier deer & turkey hunt-
ing. Beautiful rolling hills,
hardwood timber. Build-
ing sites. Cabin available.
80ac lake. $1,800/ac.
270-703-7234
LAKEFRONT GRAND
Opening! 3/15/08 Only 5
acres $44,900 with
deep dockable water
Save $10,0001 Gorgeous
wooded acreage. Boat
directly to Gulf of Mexicol
Excellent financing. Call
about "No Closing Costs"
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HOBE SOUND: Spa-
cious, Clean, Quite
2br/lba, Near Bch, Lau
rm, extras. Good referen-
ces. Flex terms. No pets.
From $790 772-708-0731
NORTH PALM BEACH
2br/2ba with patio, CHA,
Laundry Room, one year
lease, $925/mo 1st & se-
curity. No Pets. 561-
627-1731
NORTH PALM BEACH:
Newly Painted lbr/lba,
CHA, Pool & Elevator.
One year lease. No pets.
$850/mo with $500 Se-
curity 561-627-1731
PALM Beach Gardens
Eastpoint 2/2 1st fl. End
unit, gated community.
New SS appl., carpet &
A/C. Full size W/D,
$975mo. F/L/S.
561-624-5555
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For Sale by Owner Great
Farm or ranch. 130ac
high & dry $6,700/acre in
Madison Co. by Twin Riv-
ers State Park. Hiking,
trail riding, fishing, hunt-
ing 386-755-4901

SWTOESIS.
LAND SALE
GA, NC, SC & VA
Rivers, creeks,
hardwoods, planted
pine, excellent hunting,
recreational or
investment tracts.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
FL a small rural town
approx. 50 SE of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patio area W/tall privacy
fence, Gazebo with hot
tub. Reduced $239,000.
Call 1-386-658-3378 or
cell 1-386-208-2589

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JUPITER DREAM home
Rent to own. 3000 sqft of
luxury near intercoastal
on Lighthouse preserve.
$2500/mo
561-339-8422
PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS 3/2/2 in Private
Community In PGA. In-
ground pool & hot tub.
Ceramic tile throughout
$1700/mo. + 1st & Secur-
ity. 561-630-3573
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
New Windy Pines.
Available furnished or
unfurnished 3-br/2-ba 2
car garage.
786-587-0209
PORT ST LUCIE
furnished Ocean Access
& dock 2/2/2 Incl Pool &
lawn service, Avail Now
through Dec '08
$1200/mo + sec.
772-871-2495
937-478-3919

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TITUSVILLE Executive
5bd/3ba/2 car + new RV/
boat gar. 18'x52', 3637sf,
1 acre, sauna, appls., in
exclusive area, rent w/op-
tion to buy. $1500/mo. or
$2500/mo. furnished.
Refs req'd. 321-269-5913
NEED TO
HIRE?
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800-823-0466


Lake Okeechobee Lots
Rent/Sale Waterfront SW
2/1 Renovated Trailer
Great Wkend & Summer
New: Rarely Available.
Call Owner 321-604-2703
MACHIASPORT,MAINE-
580 ft of ocean front
property divided into 2
secluded single family
building lots with approx.
5 acres of private
breathtaking ocean
views. 386-767-9988 /
386-679-4308
MIDDLE GEORGIA
Jefferson County
Brick Home on 8 acres
4 BR, 2.5 BA Ceramic
tile, hardwood floors,
barns, carport. Town
Country Real Estate
1-478-552-5681
www.tandcrealestate.com
MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
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LANSING ISLAND TORTOISE ISLAND CANAL FRONT
Grand Canal Estate. Over 6000 sq. ft. 6BD, 3 master suites & 4 Baths.
4BD/4.5BA. Pool. Deep water dock Courtyard pool, over 5,000 sq ft living
with 13,0001b boat liftl REDUCED area. Deep water dock, 13,000 LB &
$1,499,000 4,500 LB boat lift. REDUCED
$799,000.


MELBOURNE BEACH GOLDEN PALM CONDO
Gorgeous remodeled home! 3BD/2 BA over 2200sq ft. PENT-
5BD/3.5BA! 5th bedroom has a sepa- HOUSE, corner unit. Offered fully fur-
rate outdoor entry. Spectacular pool & nished. Beautiful panoramic views of
backyard. Many recent upgrades, the ocean. Enjoy relaxing on your 620
REDUCED $419,000 sq. ft. balcony! REDUCED $699,000


STUART 3/2.5/2 single
family Tropical Farms
luxurious home with
fireplace & large pool on
2 acre lot. Pets OK
Central location
$2100/mo 772-521-5834
VERO BEACH 3/2/2,
shed, fenced yard & fire-
place, unfurn. 1,200/mo
furnished $1,400/mo.
Call 561-202-4607
561-715-3980

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N GEORGIA'&
NC MOUNTAINS
$39,900/ $69,900 Home-
sites. Land/ log home pkg
kits starting $79,900.
Panoramic mountain,
creek, river, waterfall
views, AMENITIES, Lim-
ited availability.
1-888-389-3504 x600
NC LAND: Near Raleigh/
Durham. 52acs 3 home-
sites $195K; 8acs deer
$39K; 13acs hilltop $69K.
Buy now, retire later.
WE'LL FLY YOU HERE!
Pics: 1-919-693-8984;
owner@newbranch.com
NC MOUNTAINS
Motivated Sellerl New log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. 2-5 acre water-
front homesites from
$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900,
828-247-9966
Affordable & Effective
Hometown News
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MELBOURNE BEACH
DEEP WATER CANAL FRONT
4BD, 3BA & 2 half baths. Large lot,
screened-heated pool/spa. 3-Car
Garage. Covered Boat Dock!
Drastically REDUCED $899,900


OCEAN FRONT
3BD/2 1/2 Baths, gourmet kitchen.
Fireplace in great room. Large wood-
en deck w/walkway to beach.
REDUCED $1,495,000


NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
New log cabin shell on 2
wooded acres, only
$99,900. FREE BRO-
CHURE of Mountain &
Riverfront acreage. Fi-
nancing. 1-828-652-8700

NORTH FLORIDA LAND
1,955 acres in Jefferson
County. High Quality
Timberland, Planted
Pines, Mixed with Hard-
wood Bottoms & Cutover,
Great Hunting. Road
Frontage, $2100/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
tions Call 352-867-8018
OCALA FL 40+/- acres,
2 miles W of 1-75 on Hwy
326, 1300 ft frontage on
Hwy 326, specialized
Commer district, By
owner. $1,200,000
561-307-3539
OKEECHOBEE. FL
35ac zoned mixed use,
4ac commercial, 31 ac
residential or High
density residential to 144
units, $1.8 million. 20ac
zoned for 28 1/2 ac
homesites. $960,000.
1.84ac zoned for 14
homes with docks on
RIM canal. All permits
ready. Break ground now.
$1 million. No Impact
fees. Call Stuart
561-718-7162





ORMOND BCH 5.68 ac
Beautiful Equestrian
Community. Motivated
sellers. Only $159,999.
Re/Max All Pro Realty
Leslie Wedemeyer
386-527-9901
SOUTH CAROLINA
ACREAGE By Owner,
2.5 acres. Beautiful build-
ing tract. Near Lake Mari-
on. $24,900. Low down.
E-Z Owner Fiinancing.
803-505-2161
SOUTH CAROLINA
Beautiful 2.5 acre build-
ing tract. Nice quiet area!
Ready for your double-
wide mobile home. Near
Lake Marion. $24,900,
low down, owner financ-
ing. 1-803-473-7125
SOUTH CENTRAL KY-
(Breeding), 4BR/3BA,
front & back deck, 5
acres, overlooks 1.5ac
pond, spring fed, well
stocked. 15 ac could go
with house. EXTRAS.
$350K 270-378-5975
dcp42715@yahoo.com


MINT
VERO CENTRAL
BEACH
Charming 3 or 2 br/2ba,
block home with terrazzo
tile firs on lush oversized
lot. New w/d. Mint conl.
Rent to own $1275/mo.
772-489-0180
Classified 800-823-0466

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TENNESSEE Crossville
Dunlap Double lake lots
on 65 ac Lake $47,900,
double lake lots on 5.5
ac lake $14,900 Nickie
at Realty 1 Group
nickleheidle.homesandla
nd.com 931-248-3900
TENNESSEE Crossvllle
Golf lakefront lots, 550 ac
lake. 11 golf courses,
from $22,500, Tommy at
Bean & Assoc Inc.
931-248-1444
1-888-337-2326
beanrealty.com
TENNESSEE
Developed 1-6 acre
Homesites. Invest in
America's #1 Real Estate
Market. Waterfalls,
Lakes, Golf, Horseback
Riding. Owner financing
homesites from $145 per
month. 1-888-811-2168
TENNESSEE
HUGE HOMESITES
Near Gatlinburg, Gated
community overlooking
Douglas Lake. Truly the
very best view In all the
Smoky Mountains. Only
$457/month with $8250
down. Photos & info at
www.GoLandWorks.com
1-865-621-0435;
386-228-5756
TENNESSEE Hunting &
Farm Land. Also, 86ac
Horse Ranch, Kenans-
ville, FL. Rita, Hillside Rtly
HillsldeRealtvTennessee.com
866-915-0535
TENNESSEE LAND
Salel 3 Acres / Log Cabin
$59,9001 Saturday march
8thl New 2128 sf log cab-
in package 3 acres of
farmland / spectacular
views. 1 mile to Nicklaus
designed Golf Course.
Near TN River / Recrea-
tional Lake, or 5 acres
/Crystal Clear Mountain
Stream just $34,900. Ex-
cellent Financing. Ask
about No closing costs
1-866-999-2290, x1737
TENNESSEE Louisville
Incredible views of Lake
Loudon. Over 2 acres.
Upscale country paradise
$199,000. Lakefront
Lainey Jones. Ferguson
Realtors. 1-800-747-0713
865-356-5003
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN 2 Acre wooded
homesites. Breathtaking
Tennessee River View.
Low Residential Property
Taxi No State Income
Tax, No Impact Feel Ex-
cellent Owner Financing!
1-888-358-1020 Ask
about Mini Vacation!

Classified
800-823-0466


STUART Large, 2 Mas-
ter bedrooms, 2.5 baths.
Close to US1, schools,
shopping & bank.
$875/mo Includes Water/
garbage. 772-214-6286
PORT ST. LUCIE
Promenade At Traditions
2-br/2-ba/1-cg with
Internet, cable, & alarm.
Comm pool. $1050/mo
561-736-9590
BEST IN THE AREA
HOMETOWN NEWS
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HDKEDF
VERO BEACH New
3/2.5/2 3-story home w/
panoramic views of
Ocean. Cathedral ceil-
ings, 3,400sqft Appl.,
$2,500/mo 860-395-4122
VERO BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace, Immaculate.
$2350/mo 786W210-3563

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TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage 2 Acre
Beautiful Homesite, Mil-
lion $ Viewl Secluded,
Utilities, Overlooking
Tennessee River. Close
to Marina, Schools,
Shopping! $49,900 Low
Down, Owner Financingl
1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage Breathtak-
ing Views. Streams, Cab-
ins Owner Financing Call
1-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN River Property. 5
acre tracts starting
$39,000. Utilities Availa-
ble. Cedar cabin with 17
acres $179,000. 125
acres $16,000/acre; 310
acres $2,700/acre.
1-888-836-8439
www:tnwithaview.com
TIMESHARE RESALES
The cheapest way to
Buy, Sell, and Rent Time-
shares. No Commissions
or Broker Fees. Call
1-877-494-8246 or go to
www.buyatimeshare.com
VIRGINIA Galax, 2.66
Acres. Just across NC
NA line. Both long range
& short range Mountain.
views. Close to new river.
Fishing, Canoeing, rafting
& hiking. Large trees, Pri-
vate road. $42,500. Call
910-575-0269
WATTS BAR Lake Sacri-
fice! Our loss is Your
gain! Private wooded
arcel with boatslip -
$29,900 Direct Lakefront
homesite $129,900 30
min. Outside Vibrant
Knoxville, TN Financing
Available. 866-444-5253
WAYNESVILLE, NC
Smokey Mtns, 6 acres.
Two-story A-frame style,
3br/1.5ba, 2-car gar.
FLAT LAND. Large
stocked pond. Above-
Cround pool. Det gar apt.
mall office bldg.
Fenced, Private, 20 mn
to Cherokee Casino.
$600K Call 828-215-9004
Photo ad #50781 www.
hometownnewsOL.com
WESTERN NC Mountain
Properties Cabins,
homes, acreage, & in-
vestment property. Views
and creeks. Free color
brochure. Western Caro-
lina Real Estate Compa-
ny, Inc. Murphy, NC
1-800-924-2635
www.WesternCarolinaRE
.com
NEED TO
HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
800-823-0466


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PORT ST. LUCIE Pro-
fessional office space.
Office suites available
Prime Port St. Lucie
Blvd. location. Includes
phones, Internet, furnish-
ed. Starting at $395
Pam 772-285-6558
Pat 772-285-2350

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GARAGE SALE?
Place your ad In
Hometown News
1-800-823-0466


vacatjgr &


BLEVINS VACATION
Cabins. Dillsboro NC.
Great Smoky Mountain
Train Ride. White water
rafting. 2 to 4 br cabins.
1-800-247-3057 or cell
1-813-785-1135 www,
dnet.net/blevinscabins/
GATLINBURG-
Springtime in the
Smokes! Plan your
break now. 2 & 3
bedroom chalets with
mountain views, hot tubs,
Jacuzzis, game rooms.
877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com
NEED TO
HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
800-823-0466


MARATHON. LUXURY
vacation homes. Ocean
Front. Amenities: heated
pool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials
1-888-564-5800
american-paradise.com
NORTH CAROLINA -
Spring in the mountains
Discounted rates availa-
ble now. Call Foscoe
Rentals 1-800-723-7341
or view units online at
www.foscoerentals.com
Call Classified
800-823-0466


Friday, March 7,2008


UPSTATE NY Aban-
doned Wine Country
Farm! 5 acres $29,900
Gorgeous valley views,
rolling meadows, mins. to
Ithaca & Cayuga Lakel
Superb setting Termsl
866-902-5263
WESTERN NORTH Car-
olina Mountains. Custom
Built 1320 sq ft. Easy to
finish Log Cabinon 2+
acres $84,900. Views
small stream and private.
1-828-286-1666



Gas Station Conven-
lence Store $75,000.
National brand Very Prof-
itable New tanks in '07.
Coastline Realty
321-693-1429
Ice Cream Internet Cafe
Cocoa Bch $99K Incred.
location,no franchise fees
Great lease in high traffic
beach area Coastline
Realty 321-693-1429


VERO STRIP Center.
Income, location, cap
rate, mint condition. Full
leased $1.2m. VERO
LANDMARK Corner. 2.5
acres. + 4000 sq ft build-
ing. General commercial.
Lift station. Ample park-
ing. Sale or lease.
$999K 772-489-0180
WAREHOUSE INDUS-
TRIAL/ Dlstrubution
36,000sf. High cell. NW
Orange County John
Stewart Lic Real Estate
Broker 407-859-0786



JUNO BEACH: Builders
Bonus 2 lots, 1 partially
finished house with 2.5
cg on other lot, $374,998
Ted Brown RE,
561-842-4600/371-2196



1 HOUR Refinancel "We
lend on equity, not cred-
it"l Cash-Out Refinance
specialists Low rates, No
Pre-pay, No points avail-
ablel Se Habla Espanol
800-764-0035
www.LowerOurRate.com
Avoid Foreclosure? No
Equity. No problem. Call
Keller Williams Realty.
Call our 24 hour hotline
1-800-681-9751 Ext. 900
treasurecoastshortsale.com


home. For sale or rent.
JUNO BEACH. 2/3. New
condos for sale or rent.
Motivated seller.
772-263-6291.



PORT ST. LUCIE-
Village Green area. 1200
sqft, with office &
bathroom. CBS, 2 roll-up
doors, 3 years old.
$875/mo 772-971-5420
Classified 800-823-0466









ON OCEAN TIME
SHARE Rental. Palm
Beach Shores resort on
ocean. March 9-16
sleeps 4 $1000
561-775-1952
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, Oceanfront house
fr.$199nite/$1399wk,
Ocean frt. wedding $349
or Historic District from
129nt 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacatlon.com
Vacation Nowll In beau-
tiful Costa Rica www.
gentlemanjimsprivatetrav
el.com bob@gentleman
im sp rivatetravel.com
888-320-0296. 24/7
Bookings for all Times 5
Star Hotels Spring Break
Is coming reserve now.


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CHEVROLET 1955 350,
restored 2lr, auto, many
new parts. A real eye
catcher. $19,500 obo
305-797-0260 SLC


LONDON CAB By Austin
1975 restored. A/T Diesel
$6000/obo 772-489-2728



CADILLAC STS '05
Silver green with tan
cloth top, 14 mo warranty
remaining 11,500mi.,
$24,500 772-225-3542
DONATE A Car to Amer-
ican Association for Can-
cer Research -, Saving
lives through Cancer
Research. Convenient,
Fast, Free Towing,
Non-Runners OK. Tax
Deductible. We handle all
paperwork. Call 7days/wk
1-800-728-0801
DONATE A Car today to
help children & their fami-
lies suffering from can-
cer. Free towing. Tax
deductible. Children's
Cancer Fund of America,
Inc. 1-800-469-8593
www.cfoa.org
MERCEDES BENZ
560SL '89, black conv, 2
tops, good cond, 75kmi,
$9000obo 772-489-8379
VOLVO 2006 V-70-2.5T
Low miles. All options.
$24,500 772-231-4720


DONATE A Car Help
Children Fighting Diabe-
tes. Fast, Free, Towing.
Call 7 days/week. Non
-Runners OK. Tax De-
ductible. Call Juvenile
Diabetes Research Foun-
dation 1-800-578-0408
DONATE YOUR Car -
Veteran's Lodging, Inc.
Help Homeless Veterans
and Victims of Natural
Disasters We Make
Donating Your Car Fast
and Easy Receive Free
Crulse/Vacation Voucher.
Fully Tax Deductible. For
Quickest Free Towing
Call 1-800-841-6225
DONATE YOUR Car.
Help disabled children
with camp and education.
Fast, easy, Free Towing.
Deductible. Special kids
fund. 1-888-830-2127


WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970 1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726

VISIT OUR
ONLINE SITE
www.HometownNewsOL.com
Photos with your ad, High
Definition Slide Shows
and more
800-823-0466


YAMAHA ROADSTAR
Silverado 05. 1700CC
8000 miles. Loaded Mint
condition $8500/obo.
321-728-2286



CARR-LITE 2004, 36' 5th
wheel,1 owner no pets,
non smoker, all options,
loaded. 4 slide outs, 2
A/C'S satellite. $45,000
obo. Tow vehicle
available 321-427-1454.
CHEVY HI top 1987
Sleeps 2, bathroom,

ood condition $5500obo
microwave, boards,
561-737-6885





Coachmen, Class B, 22',
Ford 350, '00,43K ml, fully
self contained, generator,
new brakes/battery, $24K
/obo. 321-725-6959. See
www.HometownNews
OL.com for photo.
AD#28355

OPEN HOUSE
Reach over
one million potential
buyers from
North Palm Beach
thru Ormond Beach
HOMETOWN NEWS
1-800-823-0466


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HOLIDAY RAMBLER40'
'02 Endeavor,diesel 68k
mi. In motion satellite,exc
cond. Lots of options
optional Honda tow car
$97,000 772-774-8539
NEWMAR 37' Mountain
Aire '02 like new. 7500 ml
gas eng, 2 slides, W/D,
auto satellite, beauty w
extras. Car tow dolly.
$88,500 772-873-8611
see photos online @
www.HometownNewsOL.
com ad # 27953


VISIT OUR
ONLINE SITE
www.HometownNewsOL.com
Photos with your ad, High
Definition Slide Shows
and more
800-823-0466


PACE ARROW '02 Class
37-A, (2) slldeouts, low
miles 13,800, Ford work-
horse chassis, .surround
sound, DVD, CD, 2 color
tv's, mahogany wood,
Alum 4 dr frig w/ice mak-
er, Queen bed, new awn-
ings. Like new $60,000.
772-978-1915 see photo
www.Hometown NewsOL.
com ad #27955
SOLD
"I sold my 30' Class A
Motorhome through the
Hometown Newsl It really
works," T.W.


CHRYSLER PACIFICA
'04 V6, all power, 67k
miles, Graphite Metallic,
meticulously maintalnedl
$12,850 772-214-0568
GMC ENVOY '03 All
power, leather, rear air,
Maroon,clean, well main.
excellent cond., $10,500
772-342-4109 Palm City

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CHEVY SILVERADO
2500 HD, '06 Crew cab,
4wd, diesel, 28k miles,
$29,500 772-571-0830
772-532-8337
Please Tell Them...
I Saw It In The
HOMETOWN NEWS
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'91 ASTRO bass boat &
trailer. 18' fiberglass. '91
150 Mere XR4, electron-
ics, trolling motor, full
canvas cover. All the
bells & whistles. Must
Selt Fasti $6,499 OBO
302-562-4783 Photo
online #27957. www.
hometownnewsOL.com
21' CENTURY BAY 2004
150HP Yamaha 4 stroke,
only 50 hours. 8'4" beam.
Lowrance GPS, EZ
loader trailer. Warranty
2008. Asking $22,800
772-528-1411
ALLMAND 29' '78
Restored 85%. New twin
351 Ford Inverters,
Allgrip paint, upholstery
$8,000772-219-0999
AQUASPORT '21 '05,
Center Console,150
Johnson, blmlni top, fully
loaded, trailer $27,000
863-697-0452
BAYLINER CAT- '95,
175 Mercury, 26', bimlnl
top, low hrs, excel cond,
no trailer. $8900/obo
386-852-8729 / 252-1901
Photo ad #28148 www.
hometownnewsOL.com


BOAT TRAILER 2006
Magic Tilt 90001b
capacity 27! to 30' boat.
$4,200 772-344-0555
BOSTON WHALER 23'
1991, Cuddy, twin 200h
Yamahas, color GPS
depth, VHF & stereo,
with trailer $19,500obo
772-229-0542





POST SPORT FISH
2003 800 HP Cats,
w/525 Hr. Custom Int.
42" Plasma top, Line
elec., every fact,
Option,Like New Cond.
Ready to Fish/ Cruise
30Kts/ @ 64 GPH. Cat
Warr till 2013
917-440-6959 Martin Cty
SEA RAY
SUNDANCER-'06,Gener
ator, GPS, dual Mere
cruisers, windless, full
head, sleeps 5, low
hours, like new. Asking
$109,500 386-527-2103
SEAMASTER '26 Volvo
engine '97, fish wells,
depth finder, cabin, hard
top $7000obo
772-219-0807
www.HometownNewsOL.com


JUNO BEACH: Private
Dockage, Boats up to
45', North of Donald Ross
on Frenchman's Creek.
No live boards. $10 per
foot. 561-626-0669
Classified 800-823-0466


COUNTY TOWING SERV-
ICE, INC. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and In-
tent to sell these vehicles on
03/20/2008, 12:00 pm at
3068 LAKE WORTH ROAD,
LAKE WORTH, FL
33461-4606, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. COUNTY
TOWING SERVICE,
reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
1991 TOYOTA
4T1SV21E6MU3BB619
1996 MITSUBISHI
JA3AA11A3TU030880
2007 HONDA
JH2SC570X7M305423
1995 CADILLAC
1G6KD52B2SU201051
Pub: March 7, 2008


STUART: Protected
Dockage $8.00 per foot
near Palm City Bridge.
Water & Electric Availa-
ble. 772-834-6167
Classified
800-823-0466


DUVALL'S TOWING SERV-
ICE, INC. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and In-
tent to sell these vehicles on
03/20/2008, 12:00 pm at
2635 ELECTRONICS WAY,
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
33407, pursuant to subsec-
tion 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. DUVALLS TOW-
ING SERVICE, INC. reserves
the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
1997 DODGE
1B7HC16YOVJ502599
1995 CADILLAC
1G6KD52B2SU201051
1986 CHEVROLET
IG0DM15Z3GB111783
2005 CHEVROLET
2G1WW12EX59216287
1992 NISSAN
JNSHD1785NW023495
Pub: March 7, 2008


B12 Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach, Singer Island


Islands International Realty
www.IslandslnternationalRealty.com
668 S. Patrick Drive Satellite Beach, FL 32937
321-779-3800


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