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Mistrial declared in bridge


hit-and-run case


BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
SINGER ISLAND A
mistrial was declared this
week in the case of a man
accused of killing two
pedestrians on the Blue
Heron Bridge two years ago.
The jury could not reach a
verdict.
Palm Beach Shores resi-
dent Adam Gaillard, 35,


faced 15 years in prison if
found guilty of leaving the
scene of a fatality, the crime
for which he was charged
and was being tried.
Instead, Mr. Gaillard pled
guilty, will serve five years in
prison and 10 years on pro-
bation. In addition, his driv-
er license will be perma-
nently revoked.
The deal was negotiated
between attorneys when the


jury indicated to them on
Tuesday evening that they
were deadlocked, said
Richard Tendler, a defense
attorney in the case.
Mr. Gaillard struck West
Palm Beach residents Cyn-
thia Andrews, 49, and Linda
Taylor, 56, in the early morn-
ing hours of Sept. 25, 2006,
as the friends went for a
walk across the Blue Heron
) See TRIAL, A10


FRIDAY, April 4, 2008


Historical society


seeks resident input


BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer
PALM BEACH GARDENS
- Did you know that John D.
MacArthur founded this city
with a notice of intention to
the Florida Legislature to cre-
ate a new municipality on
March 20, 1959, but that the
request was approved nine
days later?
How about the fact that
Mirasol Country Club was


Dwyer educator is county Teacher of Year


BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer


PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS If you catch him
in class, he's likely holding
a hands-on lab lesson, but
if you see him out of
school, he's coaching
swimming, fishing or
mentoring cystic fibrosis


patients.
He is Michael L. Hor-
gan, 47, of William T.
Dwyer Community High
School, and Palm Beach
County's Teacher of The
Year, named by school
Superintendent Art John-
son on March 24.
"It was exciting, and
unexpected," Mr. Horgan
said in a phone interview.


"I don't teach to try to
win. I enjoy my job. It's
been real hectic, with
interviews with the media
and TV people. I'm not
used to it."
Mr. Horgan is a biology
and marine science
teacher who has taught in
Florida for 21 years and at
Dwyer for five years. He is
national board certified in


science education and
mentors beginning teach-
ers.
During his teaching
span, Mr. Horgan has won.
several awards, right from
his first year, when he was
awarded the Miami-Dade
County Sallie Mae Begin-

) See TEACHER, A2


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EMPLOYEE OF YEAR
Detective Stephanie Joyce
was recently named
Employee of the Year, law
enforcement division,
by the Village of
North Palm Beach


Couture
comes to
Gardens
Who wore
this gown
and in what
film? Exhibit of rare cos-
tumes on display at
Gardens Mall this B I
month


You and .
your pet


Ridding
your dog of NE
his jumpy BirgitEdler
behavior


B5


Index


Hobie Hiler/staff photographer
Carrie Murphy, education manager for the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach, chats with Monique
Marchand-Godwin of Palm Beach Gardens during 'NatureScaping' a day to celebrate the Earth at MacArthur
Beach State Park in North Palm Beach last Saturday.


built on land which was part
of the Bonnette Hunting Club
of Hood Road, an 800-mem-
ber private club, founded in
the early 1960s, that drew
celebrities and royalties to
stalk quail and wild hog?
These past events are being
researched and documented
by the newly-formed Palm
Beach Gardens Historical
Society ahead of the city's
) See HISTORICAL, A4


City

fireman


busted as


fake cop

Firefighter on
leave pending
investigation
BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer
PALM BEACH GARDENS
- A Boynton Beach police
officer stole a local fireman's
thunder after the latter
posed as an officer and tried
to pull over a speeding driver
near Gateway Boulevard on
Interstate 95 on March 20,
according to police.
Palm Beach Gardens fire-
fighter Terry Scott Petruzzi,
40, who has been with the
department for 21 years, is
currently on administrative
leave while an investigation
is carried out, said Palm
Beach Gardens Fire Rescue
Deputy Chief C.R. Brown.
Mr. Petruzzi was in a red
2003 Toyota Tacoma,'loaded
with a Hewlett Packard lap-
top computer and a Sony
camcorder, when he tried to
pull over Matthew Paul
LoGuidice, 24, of Tamarac,
according to a Boynton
Beach Police report.
Deputy Chief Brown said
the department's investiga-
tion on Mr. Petruzzi would
start "as soon as possible,
and it depends on the out-
come of criminal investiga-
tion."

) See FIREMAN, A9


Village gets funding for park improvements


BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
NORTH PALM BEACH -
Improvements to Anchor-
age Park may not just be
plans, but reality in a short
while.
The Village of North
Palm Beach recently
received a $200,000 grant


from the Florida Depart-
ment of Environmental
Protection Land and Water
Conservation Fund for the
Anchorage Park project.
The grant requires a vil-
lage match, so in total, the
grant will put $400,000
toward improvements.
The Village Council
voted unanimously to


approve it at its meeting
on March 27.
"We are excited that the
project is moving forward,
and that the grant money
was available," said Mark
Hodgkins, director of the
Village Parks and Recre-
ation Department, in an e-
mail.
North Palm's Parks and


Recreation Department
and Scott Hicks of Coast
and Harbor Engineering,
who worked with village's
engineers from the TBE
Group, presented its con-
ceptual plan to residents
at a meeting last year. Both
engineering firms have
companies throughout the
U.S. Coast and Harbor has


an office in North Palm
Beach, while TBE has an
office in West Palm Beach.
The plans included
adding boat slips, increas-
ing the green area from
14,000-square-feet to
94,000-square feet,
increasing the dog park


) See PARK, A3


Business ................................. A7
Classified ................................ B8
Crossword ................................B7
Deaths ........ ............. A10
Dining & Entertainment .... BI
Dining Guide ........................ B2
Horoscopes ............................ B1
Police Report ........................ A5
Spo rts ................. : ........... ... B
Viewpoint ............. .......... A6
Week in Review .................... A3


City's music festival has new name, new beat


BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer


SINGER ISLAND It's
not quite the same old
scene, never mind the
same old songs, at the
city's annual music festi-
val this year.


The Riviera Beach 8th
Annual Music Festival will
be held on the municipal
beach behind the Ocean
Mall on Singer Island
from April 11-13.
The event, which was
formally known as the
city's Blues and Jazz Festi-


val, was taken over by a
committee of residents
and business and music
industry professionals
this past year as a change
of pace, since the city has
lost money on the event
in the past.
The Riviera Beach Jazz


and Blues Festival Adviso-
ry Committee made some
changes, starting with the
name and leading to a
decreased number of ven-
dors as well as outreach
efforts to get more Singer
Island residents and chil-
dren to attend, said Riv-


iera Beach public infor-
mation officer Rose Anne
Brown.
In addition to perform-
ances by Najee, Michael
Franks, Jeff Lorber, Musiq
Soulchild, Freddie McGre-

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Teacher
From page Al


ning Teacher Award,
according to a press
release.
He was named Outstand-
ing Motivator in 1997 by
the Westinghouse Talent
Search, the Dade County
Science Teacher of the Year
in 2001 and the Radio
Shack 2002 National Sci-
ence Teacher of the Year.
In 2007, Mr. Horgan was
selected as Palm Beach
County's Science Teacher
of the Year.
Mr. Horgan has been
married 21 years to wife
Jennifer, a local second-
grade teacher at Frontier
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his students
and also his
peers," said
Wayne
Gent ,
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cipal, in a
school dis-
trict press
release. "He
offers a Michael L.
world of Horgan
experience
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dents and keeps them
motivated with meaningful
land enjoyable assign-
ments."
A typical hands-on
assignment in his biology
class would be to ask his
students to identify an ani-
mal by looking at the skulls
of eight different animals.
Students would have to
look at several variables,
including skull dents and
teeth patterns, in order to
identify the animal, he
said.
It is a puzzle for the chil-
dren, and one they enjoy,
he said. When the "switch
goes off," he added, it satis-
fies his teaching experi-
ence.
"That happens a lot and
everybody learns from the


"Michael is an inspiration to both his students
and also his peers."


Wayne Gent
principal, Dwyer High School


hands on," Mr. Horgan
said. "I try to do different
things."
He said he and his wife's
careers are "a great lifestyle,
and you get a lot done,"
and added that he also
coaches swimming in his
spare time and loves fish-
ing.
"I was born with cystic
fibrosis, so we couldn't
have many kids, and I wish
I had a bigger family," Mr.
Horgan said. "But when
you coach kids, they
become part of your
extended family, and they
are with you for three to
four years, from about age
7 or 8, to between 10 and 12
years."
He tries to raise aware-
ness about cystic fibrosis
by being a role model for
transplant patients and
mentoring them.
"I had a double lung
transplant at Miami Jack-
son in 2000," Mr. Horgan
said. "Everybody scratches
each other's backs."
Cystic fibrosis is an
inherited, progressive
degenerative disease,
which mainly affects
organs, such as the lungs,
he said.
"Michael is always will-
ing to go that extra mile to
help a fellow educator," Mr.
Gent said. "Mike Horgan is
everything and more one
would want in a teacher of
the year."
This year, Mr. Horgan
was selected to represent
Dwyer in both the school
and county Teacher of the
Year Program.
As county Teacher of the
Year, Mr. Horgan will be
invited to participate in a
state department of educa-


tion roundtable discussion,
as well as attend an awards
ceremony sponsored by
Macy's department store.
The roundtable and
awards ceremonies will
take place in July, with the
date yet to be determined,
Mr. Horgan said.
"As Palm Beach County's
Teacher of the Year,
Michael will be presented
$750 by Macy's, and his
school will receive $250,"
according to the release.
"I enjoy teaching," Mr.
Horgan said. "It reaffirms in
what you believe: having
hands-on lessons and get-
ting good feedback from
parents and getting recog-
nition."
He said he does not think
he will ever retire com-
pletely.
"When I retire from
teaching, I'll go into coach-
ing some kind of swimming
lessons," Mr. Horgan said.
"I won't ever retire, and it's
not in my family to retire.
My mom is still coaching at
82. I don't think it's some-
thing I would enjoy."
He said all his accom-
plishments would not have
been possible without the
support of his family,
school staff, students and
the principal.
"Any kind of work I do is
only because of family," Mr.
Horgan said. "They defi-
nitely help me and support
me, especially the coaching
deal, with all the traveling
involved.
"I don't dread waking up
in the morning," he said.
"It's a fun job and you have
summer vacations. You get
to do all your traveling,
fishing and everything else
during that time."


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Hobie Hiler/staff photographer
Stephanie Joyce smiles as she receives the public safety Employee of the Year award
from North Palm Beach Mayor Ed Eissey at Village Hall last Thursday. Detective Joyce
won in the law enforcement division. See story at right.


Park
From page Al


from 18,500-square-feet
to 22,000-square-feet,
adding more walking
trails, concession stands,
a restroom, stage and
gazebo, fixing the tennis
courts and removing the
shuffleboard court.
The items eligible for
reimbursement under the
grant's terms are a per-
formance area or outdoor
classroom, fishing pier,
picnic facilities, hiking
trail, parking, renovation
of the volleyball courts
and related support facili-
ties.
Plans for Phase 1 of the
park's renovations include
these items, plus play-
ground areas and the dog
park, said Mr. Hodgkins.
The dog park will be
divided in two sections.
"We heard loud and


clear that the residents
wanted a division between
the small and large dogs,
and we provided for that
in our plans," said village
manager Jimmy Knight.
The grant's terms give a
three-year deadline for the
work to be done and it
must be completed -
which means open and
available to use before
the Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection
Land and Water Conserva-
tion Fund hands over the
final payment.
Mr. Hodgkins is opti-
mistic the village will meet
the allotted time frame.
The village will provide
its match of $200,000 from
the unreserved, undesig-
nated fund, as stated in
the resolution regarding
accepting the grant.


The total $400,000 will
be combined with other
awarded grants to finance
the project, said Mr.
Hodgkins.
The recent grant was the
final one for this part of
the project. The village has
appropriated $800,000
and received various
grants for a total of $2.4
million for Phase 1, but it's
likely not all of it will be
spent on that part of the
project, said Mr. Knight at
the meeting.
A contractor should be
selected by late Septem-
ber and work should
begin shortly afterward,
he said.
"We hope that as Phase
1 gets completed, we'll
start applying for grants
for the upcoming phases,"
said Mr. Knight.


PALM BEACH GARDENS

Florida Classical Ballet
performs at Eissey campus

The Florida Classical Ballet Theatre presents
Don Quixote at the Palm Beach Community
College's Eissey campus tonight, April 4 to be
repeated on April 5, said artistic director
Colleen Smith. Six paid professional dancers,
in collaboration with students, are participat-
ing in the production, she said.
The show is based on a section of the novel
by Don Quixote, titled "Kitri's Wedding," Ms.
Smith said.
"It is a story of a girl living in Seville, who is in
love with the local barber, but can't be married
to him because her father wants her to marry a
very rich man," she said, adding several twists
and turns follow. "It is appropriate for any age.
A very young child would enjoy watching it. It
is very, very bright and colorful."
Group rates are available. Tonight's show is
at 7 p.m. The April 5 shows are at 2 p.m. and 7
p.m. Ticket prices vary between $20 and $30.
The matinee performance includes meet
and greet with the performers, Ms. Smith said,
and people can take autographs and photo-
graphs during this time.
The Florida Classical Ballet Theatre is a pre-
professional ballet company based out of the
Esther Center in Palm Beach Gardens, she
said.
For more information, contact (561) 630
8235.

City named 'Tree City USA'

On Feb. 21, the city of Palm Beach Gardens
proved its greenness and why it's known as
"The Gardens." In late February, the Arbor Day
Foundation named the city a "Tree City USA
Community" to honor its commitment to
community forestry for the 20th consecutive
year, according to a city press release.
City forrester Mark Hendrickson said the city
will turn 50 in 2009, and that for the last 20
years, the city has consistently received
national recognition by being named Tree City
USA.
"Locally, the elected officials, city staff, busi-
ness owners and residents, who have protect-
ed, planted and cared for our city trees and
forests, know the city of Palm Beach Gardens
as a 'Tree City' for 50 years, and counting," he
said. "'As the city matures and prospers, so will
our trees."
The Tree City USA program is sponsored by
the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with
the National Association of State foresters and
the USDA Forest Service, according to the
release.
The four standards to become a Tree City
USA community include having a local tree


board or department, adopting a tree care
ordinance, establishing a comprehensive
community forestry program and observing
Arbor Day, all of which Palm Beach Gardens
has done, according to the release.

FEMA to reimburse city $1.1 M

The Federal Emergency Management
Agency will reimburse the city $1.1 million for
removing debris from gated communities dur-
ing the 2004 hurricanes, it was announced
during the last city council meeting held
March 20.
FEMA reversed an earlier position to not
reimburse for that effort, after ongoing appeals
and efforts from city staff and former mayor
and now Councilman Joseph R. Russo.
"That's a lot of money," Mr. Russo said at the
meeting. "I know how hard I worked for this
and it was frustrating."
City officials were happy to hear of the reim-
bursement and appreciated all of Mr. Russo's
efforts at making it happen, although it is not
known when the money will be received.

Compiled by staff writer PurviDesai

NORTH PALM BEACH

Public Safety Department honors
Employees of Year
The North Palm Beach Public Safety Depart-
ment encompasses both the police and fire
rescue departments. One employee from each
division were named Employees of the Year for
2007 at the Village Council meeting on March
27.
Detective Stephanie Joyce was named
Employee of the Year by the law enforcement
division, and Lt. Juliet Adams was named by
the fire rescue division.
Detective Joyce has worked with the village
since 2004, and previously worked for the
Greenacres Public Safety Department. She
was transferred to the Detective Bureau in
2006 as a result of her hard work and skills,
wrote Steve Canfield, public safety director
and North Palm Beach Police chief.
Among her noted efforts, Detective Joyce
worked on the investigation of a complaint of
sexual battery, kidnapping and armed robbery
at Sanctuary Cove earlier in the year, and was
able to make an arrest in a short time period.
She also investigated an official corruption
case and prepared a report for the state attor-
ney's office for possible prosecution, Chief
Canfield's statement said.
Lt. Adams has been with the fire rescue divi-
sion for eight years. This was her first employ-
ee of the year nomination, she said.

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Music
From page Al
gor, Amel Larrieux and
Doug E. Fresh, youth can
attend a workshop at an
area school (which one
was not known at press
time) where artists Najee
and Teena Marie will host
question and answer ses-
sions about music. Similar
workshops were held in
previous years, and com-
mittee members brought it
back this year to get more
youth involved with the
event, said Ms. Brown.
Although the event is
being held during spring
break for area public
schools, "the indication
we've gotten is there are a
significant amount of kids


interested in attending the
workshop," she said.
City staff has also decid-
ed to put $1 from each
ticket sale toward an exist-
ing scholarship fund; how-
ever, a portion of that will
be set aside for ongoing
requests from local
schools regarding funding
for their music programs,
said Ms. Brown.
The festival will also help
the community where it's
held in other ways.
For instance, one of the
event's committee mem-
bers is strongly involved
with the Sea Turtle Conser-
vation League of Singer
Island, and $2 from a por-
tion of tickets sold for Sat-
urday, April 12, will go
toward that effort.
The event is held on the


beach, during turtle nest-
ing season, so the league
has been concerned about
that over the years. "The
league has worked closely
with us to make it a posi-
tive event, where we can
use the beach without hav-
ing a negative impact on
the turtles," said Ms.
Brown.
The city and league
should benefit, as the city
staff and event committee
are expecting between
12,000 and 15,000 people
to attend, said Ms. Brown.
Approximately 1,000
tickets have been sold in
advance. The fact that
Black Entertainment Tele-
vision's Spring Bling
returned to the beach last
week will not decrease the
event's ticket sales, said


Ms. Brown.
"We are looking at Spring
Bling as having a positive
impact on the (Music Festi-
val) because some young
people who have not heard
about it are learning of it as
BET announced it almost
every break during Spring
Bling (last year)," she said.
And there are more tick-
ets on hand this year, as
the committee decided to
significantly reduce the
number of complimentary
tickets given to council
members and city staff,
Ms. Brown added.
One other change from
last year's festival that was
kept was adding a third
day. The last day of the
event will feature gospel
music, performed by
artists Fred Hammond,


Vickie Winans, Jimmy
Hicks and Crystal Aikin.
Singers should be safe
while performing their
acts, as city officials select-
ed a different stage compa-
ny this year. After a roof
above one of the stages col-
lapsed last year and caused
delays, city staff found that
a similar situation had
occurred at another venue
the company had worked
at, so this year, they
checked references before
making their decision, said
Ms. Brown.
Despite the new
approach, Riviera Beach
may still not profit from
the event.
The city spent $610,000
last year and took in less
than half that, a little more
than $241,000. When the


committee pitched its sug-
gestions to the council this
fall, its second vice chair-
woman, Verdenia Baker,
stated the committee had
proposed spending $723,
950 and making $354,800,
but those were preliminary
numbers.
"Our goal is to break
even both in terms of
sponsorship and ticket
sales. We want to lay the
groundwork for council, so
it,will be easier for them to
fund the event in the
future," said Ms. Brown.
"(The festival) does have
a strong potential to sup-
port itself."

For more information on
the festival, call (561) 472-
0316 or visit www.rivier-
abeachmusicfestival.com.


Historical
From page Al


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50th anniversary next year -
in an effort to strengthen the
community through shared-
knowledge of the past,
according to a city press
release.
The historical society is a
community organization,
which eventually will become
a registered, self-sustaining
not-for-profit organization
run by local volunteers, said
Maria Mamlouk, a member of
the organization.
Ms. Mamlouk said she is, by
training, a demographer and
has worked for the state
department in foreign aid, the
SAID.
"At the beginning, frankly,
we did not want to grow too
much, because it was easier to
establish goals about how we
want to grow and to collect
information about the 50th
anniversary," she said, adding
she and other volunteers have
been researching how neigh-
boring cities celebrated their
50th anniversaries.
While collecting and cata-
loguing relevant historical
documents found in the city's
archives, the volunteers have
begun to develop a record of
the city's history over the past
50 years, according to the


release.
It is a fascinating task of
unearthing facts, such as
that the first lone resident list-
ed on the 1960 Census of Palm
Beach Gardens, was not Mr.
MacArthur, the Chicago mil-
lionaire who started buying all
the available land in the
northern part of Palm Beach
County, but Charles Cooper,
then 71, who lived in a house
that was assembled from
packing boards and had no
water or electricity, according
to the release.
Because there is so much
dispersed information, which
will be lost with the passage of
time, the historical society
wants to enlist the support of
residents, particularly those
who were around during the
formation of the city, accord-
ing to the release.
Currently, the society has 10
volunteers, and the number is
rising, said city recreation
supervisor Amy Stepper, who
is also the city correspondent
for the historical society.
"The participation of resi-
dents will not only ensure that
their knowledge of deeds and
events are recognized and
recorded, but that the influen-
tial part of the history of the


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city may never be forgotten,"
the release said.
Diverse current volunteers
include Don Kiselewski, a for-
mer mayor of the city and his
wife, Arline, who was presi-
dent and is currently an active
member of the Palm Beach
Gardens Woman's Club.
Ms. Kiselewski said the cou-
ple and their four children
have lived in the city since
1971.
"We volunteers are very
excited at the wonderful
response we are receiving in
this endeavor," she said.
Other volunteers include
pioneers Linda Smith and
Gunda Caldwell, Ms. Mam-
louk said, adding that Ms.
Smith is a former employee of
Pratt Whitney, one the first
major companies established
in the city, while Ms. Caldwell
is a lady in her late 80s, who
remembers the Seminole
Indians, a long-time resident
who wrote a book about
Wellington.
Other volunteers are resi-
dents Irene Pedrick and David
Cohen, a former English pro-
fessor from American Univer-
sity in Washington D.C., Ms.
Mamlouk said.
Peggy Melvik, another vol-
unteer, is very active in vari-
ous not-for-profits within the
area, and is a winter bird from
Cape Cod. Volunteer Marion
Rosencrans is a dynamic lady
who has also been very active
throughout all her life in dif-
ferent not-for-profits, and is a
winter bird from New York
City, Ms. Mamnlouk said.
The first event of the Histor-
ical Society, held March 25 at
their meeting at the Lakeside
Center on Military Trail, was,
befittingly, the appearance of
Nancy Kriplen, author of "The
Eccentric Billionaire," a new
biography of Mr. MacArthur,
Ms. Mamlouk said.
The event, which was
attended by 35 guests, was
excellent. Ms. Stepper said.
"The author shared some
stories from her book, some
personal stories about how
she came to write the book, as
well as answered questions
from the audience and signed
books."


Ms. Kriplen's book traces
the tumultuous private life
and impressive fortune of Mr.
MacArthur, a figure who was
reviled, feared and admired
throughout his life and after,
according to the release.
"She draws on extensive
research, including first- hand
interviews with (Mr.)
MacArthur's relatives and for-
mer associates, as well as a
recently discovered collection
of taped interviews with
MacArthur himself, for
insights and anecdotes that
make the subject come alive,
all with his complexities, con-
tradictions and quirks,"
according to the release.
"What we are planning to
do in the next couple of meet-
ings is get organized, look for
(a) lawyer that will incorpo-
rate us, and later, register as a
5013C, which is a not-for-
profit organization, which will
establish us as a regular com-
munity group," Ms. Mamlouk
said. "Our long-term idea and
the most important legacy
that we're going to leave to the
city is an institution that will
carry on as the keeper of the
history of the city."
She said that eventually, the
society hopes to achieve grant
requests that will allow a very
small museum about the city
at the Lakeside Center.
"Our mission is to be of
education and one of preser-
vation," she said. "We need
residents' help. This is the
moment we can grow very
fast."
Ms. Mamlouk said the his-
torical society is "working on
producing a DVD in connec-
tion with the city's 50th
anniversary to capture both
and video images of those
who played key roles in the
growth of Palm Beach Gar-
dens, as well as visually docu-
menting those who have gone
before us."
The society meets every
second and fourth Tuesday of
the month at the Lakeside
Center.

For more information about
the historical society, please
call Amy Stepper at (561) 630-
1116.


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JOSHUA JOHNSON

Felony: Possession of
cocaine; possession of
marijuana; resisting offi-
cer without violence

Name: Joshua Johnson

Description: age: 22;
race: black; sex: male;
height: 5 feet, 11 inches;
weight: 165 pounds;
black hair and brown
eyes

Last known address:
9th Street, Lake Park


JOEL TASEJ

Felony: Lewd or lasciv-
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Name: Joel Tasej

Description: age: 31;
race: white; sex: male;
height: 5 feet, 4 inches;
weight: 145 pounds;
black hair and brown
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Last known address:
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Cultural alliance


to host meeting


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

JUPITER For local cul-
tural organizations that
want to form young profes-
sionals groups, the North-
ern Palm Beaches Cultural
Alliance will host an infor-
mational meeting on April
10 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at
the Maltz Jupiter Theatre.
The meeting is designed
to show cultural organiza-
tions without auxiliaries
how to form them, and pro-
vide a chance to network
with representatives of
established young profes-


sionals groups.
Brief presentations will
be given with time allowed
for questions, as well as
opportunities to talk one-
on-one over refreshments.
All cultural groups in
North County are welcome
to attend without charge.
Alliance membership is not
required.
The theater is located at
1001 E. Indiantown Road in
Jupiter.

For more information,
call Roger Buckwalter at
(561) 747-1404.


POLICE REPORT


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

Palm Beach Gardens
Police Department

*Rickie Harrah, 19, 11210
North 154th Road, Jupiter
was arrested March 21 and
charged with carrying a con-
cealed firearm.

*Michael Odom, 51, 4360
Like St., Palm Beach Gardens
was arrested March 22 and
charged with possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a prescription.

Michael Coe, 25, 2555
PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gar-
dens was arrested March 23
and charged with possession
of controlled substances
without a prescription.

*Jessica Lynn Lyonnais,
22, 233 Pine St., West Palm
Beach was arrested March
23 and charged with posses-
sion of controlled sub-
stances without a prescrip-
tion, narcotic equipment,
possession of Xanax and
possession of marijuana.

*Michelle Mazza, 18, 5540
Golden Eagle Circle, Palm
Beach Gardens, was arrested
March 23 and charged with
battery or strike and carry-
ing a concealed weapon-
electric weapon or device.

*Jermaine Bell, 31, 1134 W.
23rd St. Riviera Beach, was
arrested March 23 and
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*Patrick Michael, 19,
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March 23 and charged with
disorderly conduct, resisting
officer without violence and
riot-inciting.

*Matthew Dampier, 20,
232 Ponce DeLeon St., Royal
Palm Beach was arrested
March 23 and charged with
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*John Afton, 24, 26 Shel-
drake Lane, Palm Beach Gar-
dens was arrested March 26
and charged with narcotic
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*Kenneth Rubiera, 26,
3500 Marigold Court, Palm
Beach Gardens, was arrested
March 26 and charged with
possession of controlled
substance without a pre-
scription, possession of
marijuana and possession of
Methadose/Methadone and
Ecstasy.

*Scott Pamatat, 31, 1315
Duval Street, Jupiter, was
arrested March 27 and
charged with possession of
cocaine, a controlled sub-
stance without a prescrip-
tion, narcotic equipment
and trespassing at a posted
construction site.

*Carmen Jones, 58, 5559
Haverford Way, Lake Worth
was arrested March 27 and
charged with fraud, swindle
of $300 or more and organ-
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and charged with possession
of a controlled substance
without a prescription.

*Robert Burns, 31, 8876
Lyndall Lane, Palm Beach
Gardens, was arrested March
25 and charged with
obstructing a criminal inves-
tigation, stolen property and
larceny.

*Stephen Slater, 36, 2470
SW Regency Road, Stuart,
was arrested March 25 and
charged with possession of a
controlled substance without
a prescription.

*Nicole Sheiman, 30, 4963
Pinemore Lane, Lake Worth,
was arrested March 26 and
charged with possession of a
controlled substance without
a prescription, marijuana and
narcotic equipment.

Palm Beach County
Sheriffs Office

*Michael Crowell, 22, 3785
Bahama Road, Palm Beach
Gardens, was arrested
March 26 and charged with
burglary of a structure
unarmed without persons
inside, larceny, burglary of a
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*John Coghlin, 55, 146 Cat
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charged with possession of a
controlled substance without
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*Christopher Akos, 29, 1240
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charged with possession of
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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 2008


Rants 4


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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.



Police cars are always on duty
I would like to respond to the person who wrote in his let-
ter that cops should share cars.
I agree that in these tough economic times, we should all
do our part to save money. The police "take-home" car pro-
gram does just that.
The writer claims to contribute time to law enforcement.
If he did, he would know that having police officers take
their cars home saves a lot of money, because it lengthens
the life of the car in that it cuts down on the amount of miles
the car is driven.
Before, a car would be driven 24 hours a day (all three
shifts), and would cost the city much more in replacement
costs, because the cars would have to be replaced every two
years on average, not to mention repairs, tires, etc.; all more
for a car "shared" by many officers.
The "take-homes" last an average of seven years now, and
the attendant cost for tires and repairs is much less.
The writer also gives only lip service to the added benefit
of having marked patrol cars in neighborhoods. It does,
indeed, keep neighborhoods safer. The writer also is obvi-
ously not aware of the added benefit of having off duty offi-
cers driving around the city in marked units, and that they
respond to calls for service all the time.
The officers often respond to in-progress calls. They han-
dle calls such as broken-down vehicles, so that on-duty offi-
cers are free to handle more serious calls.
At any given time, off-duty officers driving around town
in marked units adds as many as half a dozen officers to the
city.
Tell me that isn't a benefit to citizens. The council in my
city did its homework and saw the benefits, both in money
savings and added police protection, otherwise they would
not have approved the program.
A wise man once said "a little knowledge is a dangerous
thing."
Maybe the writer who claims sharing cars would save
money should attempt to learn more about the subject
before passing judgment.

Who needs leprechauns?
In case you're wondering why more and more people are
home schooling, just look at Hometown News front page
article "Students learn lessons from leprechauns" (March
21, Jupiter/Tequesta/Juno Beach).
Is learning about leprechauns a life skill you really need? I
think I'm going to home school, too.

Neighbors should be more considerate
Maybe someone can tell me what happened to the loud
noise law we supposedly have.
I can't sleep or watch a TV program these days because
my neighbor is playing the music so loud that the walls and


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floors shake and things fall down.
Then when I call 911 to have the police come'to quiet
them down, they don't show up at all. The police are so lazy.
It took me calling three times before they finally showed up.
I just got home from work; it's 1 a.m. There was nowhere
to park because of the party going on down stairs. It didn't
stop until 2:30 a.m. They are bad neighbors.

One man's trash...
I will be telling this story for the rest of my life.
I've lived here for 24 years and just don't understand how
some people think nothing of throwing their garbage out
the car window while driving down a residential street.
When I have to pick it up I often think what slobs they must
be and their house is probably a pigpen, too.
Last week I was at Publix, and as I returned to my parked
car, I saw a scratch-off lottery ticket lying nearby. I never buy
scratch-off tickets, but was curious to see what kind of game
was on it. It was a hold'em poker $5 ticket.
As I reviewed the card I couldn't believe my eyes. I had
three-of-a-kind and they had a pair.
Last time I played poker, three-of-a-kind beats a pair. The
prize amount wasn't scratched off because apparently the
moron who threw it on the ground thought he lost.
I was shocked to see a prize of $500. As the old saying
goes, "I laughed all the way to the bank."
So, to the slob who thought nothing of throwing his
garbage on the ground, thanks for your ignorance. You
couldn't even figure out that three-of-a-kind beats a pair.
You threw away $500 cash.
Thanks, dummy!
What goes around really does come around.

Nobody is qualified
I'm curious about the state of politics. Hillary Clinton
feels she is qualified to be president because she was mar-
ried to one. John McCain feels he's qualified because he was
a pilot and Barack Obama is not qualified because the most


he's done is be a law professor at Harvard. You figure it out.

Five miles over is still speeding
In regard to be courteous while driving, if the person is
going 5 miles over the speed limit in the right hand lane,
they are still speeding. If someone wants to pass them, they
have to go over the speed limit, too. Both are breaking the
law. It's not a case of being courteous.

More on driving
In response to, 'When is it time to stop driving?' all I can
say is watch out, he's one out of 5,000.

Think about the animals
The Jupiter shelter fire was a-tragedy that could have been
prevented. We are not told the whole story about shelters
and their indifference to the animals.

Bible or Koran?
If Obama wins the presidency, will he place his hand on
the Bible or the Koran?

More on Obama
I wonder if anyone reads the New York papers that say
that Barack Obama isn't going to change the church he
attends. His family in Africa still practices the Koran. He has
a girlfriend that he made a sexy tape with. He refused to say
the Pledge of Allegiance. He wants to raise taxes. He says a
good speech, but one really has to listen to what he says.

Commercials seem silly
It seems commercials don't make sense anymore. It
seems like they are an insult to intelligence. I can't stand the
voice of Kaboom. I'd never buy that product.


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- If you haven't had a good
laugh in a long time, visit
the Palm Beach Improv
Comic Club and Dinner
Theatre in City Place in
West Palm Beach, and you
can even enjoy dinner and
drinks during the show.
Located on Rosemary
Avenue, the Improv Club
was founded seven years
ago in 2001, and has since
hosted some of the biggest
comedy acts in the more
than 300-seat auditorium,
said Renee Harte, one of
the partners who own this
and two other clubs in
Miami and Fort Laud-
erdale.
There are four partners
in all, which include
Andrew Dorfman, Joel
Bachkoff, Alfredo Perez and
Ms. Harte, she said.
Founded by Budd Fried-
man in the mid 1960s in
New York City, The Improv
became a unique venue
where up-and-coming
comics could perfect their
craft, according to infor-
mation on the Improv Web
site.
Comedians such as Tim
Allen, Robin Williams,
Steve Martin, Jerry Sein-
feld, Garry Shandling,
Roseanne, Steven Wright,
Dennis Miller, Rodney
Dangerfield, Lilly Tomlin,
Ellen Degeneres, Drew
Carey and Jim Carey have
all performed at The
Improv, according to its
Web site.
Ms. Harte said she never
imagined she would be in
the comedy club industry.
She started off as a certified
public accountant who


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thought about pursuing
law.
"Andrew and I have been
doing this for 15 years," she
said of the comedy clubs.
"My plan was never to be in
the comedy industry.
"The Improv is just a
great franchise," she said.
"It's going really well. We're
opening one in Louisville,
Ky., soon."
Ms. Harte said comedy
clubs have changed a lot in
recent years and describes
their franchise as upscale.
The Improv serves food
and drinks, ranging from
chicken fingers to filet
mignon, she said.
Ticket prices vary
between $15 and $40,
depending on the type of
event, said Ramon Garcia,
a promotions assistant
who has been with the
clubfor more than two
years.
He said it does not mat-
ter if you are sitting in the
front of the auditorium or
in the back, the place is
designed to be an "inti-
mate" setting, where any
angle is a good one to
watch the performer on
stage.
Mr. Garcia said the local


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fan base has remained
strong over the past seven
years, and they have regu-
lar performers who audi-
ences want to see, such as
Pablo Francisco and Dom
Irrera.
He said he joined the
club to boost his career as a
stand-up comedian, and to
be close to the establish-
ment where he performs.
"1 love working here,
even if I wasn't a comedi-
an," he said. "I don't have to
try to get out of bed in the
morning."
Mr. Garcia said the future
goal of the club is to con-
tinue to get the top acts in
the country to perform at
their establishment.
The rowdiest the club
may ever get is when intox-
icated people "heckle" the
comics, he said. At that
time, the patrons causing
the ruckus are either asked
to leave or cease their
heckling, Mr. Garcia said.
"We also offer people to
rent out the Improv for
events, like a 50th birthday
party or a Christmas party,"
he said. "We can also hire
comedians specially for

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The dealer fee, bestiality


and Tallahassee politics


Earl Stewart is the owner
and general manager ofEarl
Stewart Toyota in North Palm
Beach. The dealership is
located at 1215 N. Federal
Highway in Lake Park.
Contact him at www.earl-
stewarttoyota.com, call (561)
358-1474, fax (561) 658-0746
or e-mail earls@earlstewart-
toyota.com.
My frustration and
disappointment in
the combination of
resistance and indifference to
my efforts to get a bill
through the Florida Legisla-
ture making the dealer fee
illegal, is assuaged somewhat
by an article I read in last
Friday's Palm Beach Post,
"Bestiality bill finds slim
support."
You can read this article by
copying and pasting this link
into your Web browser,
"Dealer fee and bestiality
similarities."
The absurdity of Florida's
Legislature's resistance to
passing a law making it a
felony to have sex with
animals gives me solace
about my difficulty with
making the dealer fee illegal.
Most states already have a
law against having sex with
animals (Mississippi, Florida
and a few others don't) and
13 states already have a law
prohibiting or capping the
dealer fee. It just takes some
states longer to "see the light"
than others.
I wrote my first column
about my frustration with
Florida politics for the Feb. 1
Hoinetown News. I expressed
my frustration with not being
able converse with Sen. Jeff
Atwater, R-North Palm
Beach, about why the dealer
fee should be made illegal. If
you missed that column,
"Politics, the dealer fee and
you," you can read it now by
clicking on www.EarlStew-


EARL STEWART
On Cars

artOnCars.com.
That issue of Hometown
News was delivered on
Friday, Feb. 1, and Sen.
Atwater called the following
morning on my cell phone.
We met in person shortly
afterwards for almost two
hours in my office. He also
appeared on my Saturday
morning one-hour talk show
(SeaviewAM 960 9-10 AM)
one week after that. You can
listen to that dialog by
clicking on www.Seav-
iewAM960.com, then "Earl
Stewart" and finally the date
of the show, Feb. 9.
, Sen. Atwater was very
supportive during the
approximately 25 minutes we
discussed the problems with
the dealer fee.
After appearing on my
radio show, Sen. Atwater
advised me that I should
meet with Sen. Alex Diaz de
la Portilla, R-Miami, the
chairman of the Senate
Commerce Committee.
This committee was
reviewing the senate inves-
tigative report on the dealer
fee that was commissioned
by Sen. Ken Pruitt, R-Port St.
Lucie.
I met with Sen. Diaz de la
Portilla at a Sheraton Hotel in
Dania and flew to Tallahassee


the following Thesday and
testified before his commit-
tee. I was given plenty of time
to tell Chairman Diaz de la
Portilla, and the other
members of his committee,
why the dealer fee should be
made illegal in Florida. I
answered all their questions
and passed out copies of my
talk, as well as examples of
illegal and unethical auto ads
in the Palm Beach Post. You
can read my remarks by
clicking on www.EarlStew-
art.com and then results of
Florida senate dealer fee
investigation. You can also
see a video of this event
depicted in theWPTV
Channel 5 contact 5 report by
clicking on Contact 5
investigation: dealer fees.
This brings us to the
present situation, which can
best be described as "political
premeditated gridlock." Let
me explain.
When a politician doesn't
want a bill to become law, he
doesn't overtly oppose it, he
covertly opposes it by using
his superior knowledge of the
political system. His tools are
many.
Not returning phone calls
or e-mails is a great and
common tool. Everybody
knows how busy politicians
are. How can we possible
blame them for not answer-
ing e-mails or returning
phone calls? Another tool is
to let our ignorance of the
system work against us until
we derail our own cause.
For example, I just learned
that there is no way a bill
introduced by the Senate can
become law unless a House
bill is simultaneously created.
Now, everybody knows that.
Sen. Atwater knows that, Sen.
Pruitt knows that and Sen.
Diaz de la Portilla knows that.
I majored in physics in

I See STEWART, A9


Earl Stewart says...


"CAR DEALERS.


SMARTEN UP"

YOUR CUSTOMERS ALREADY HAVE.

"EARL
EARL STEWART STEWART-

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An Open Letter to Florida Car Dealers. >

Eliminate the "Dealer Fee".


Fellow Florida Car Dealers, if ot ,
know me. I should tell you that I don t ,
to be some "hohoi than thoi u cati ,
was always perfect for the past J8 y,.i'
When I look at some of my past advertising
and sales tactics, I am not always proud
But I have evolved as my customary, have
evolved, My cistomies' expectation,,. lo'i'l
of education and sophistication are much
higher today Your customers are no dirlorcnl
My remarks ate made sincerely and wilth a
positive intent toward you and your customL
ors. I am not trying to tell you
how to runI youIr business. I "Al Cll
am ',r'[ i.,j a change that
will reward both you and your eXpt'CY'al
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New. i. is the qijod news. After eliminat-
I.:t too !v profit per car did drop
i:' i amount of the dealer fee, but
my customers eali7,d I was now giving them
a fair shake and in ..i a complete out-the-
door price with no "surprises". And the word
'preadi My volume Ot car sales began to rise
ripilyv. Sine. I was making a few hundred
dill.rs- iss per car. but I was selling a lot
mno amn I w's arnd im '.tiling cars to many
ot ,otn fofrn lr c, slt'rnll's. My bottom line
his improved not bctruie I eliminated the
di' .alIi i., I but because I was
ltoiiirs' abln to eiin the trust of more
cuL'SIlomini in buying their new
OiS, I,'t',j 1o used ca,. You can do the

liotll Ild Why am I writing this letter?
.' i go ing to tell you that
1tl t011 ill' C! t of myself as the new
1" that has come to
'- In up South Florida". In
I'I, I am well awale that this
,tit is to some extent, self-
,, "pi will readl Ihlr letter and
i .ou id lV I cmar rom me,
S I am also aware that most
i t lhis will ithlier (get angry and
Srnot have the courage to follow my
,mit maybe you will be the exception. If
,'veL any interest in following my lead,
call nim anytime. I don't have a secretary and
I don't srioon any of my phone calls, I would
lov, to ch,11 with vou aibx.ut this.

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From page A7
your event."
Ms. Harte said her plans
for the future include pos-
sibly starting a manage-
ment company for comedi-
ans.
Upcoming acts at the
Improv Theatre during
April include Paul Mooney,
Robert Kelly, D.L., Cedric
"The Entertainer," Tony
Rock and Flip Schultz.
Mr. Mooney is described
as "one of the most danger-
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minds of our time," while
Mr. Kelly is a constant and
popular presence in come-
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according to the Web site.
Mr. D.L. is "a true king of
comedy," while Mr. Cedric
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"His vehicle was displaying
flashing red and amber
strobe lights to the rear, and
flashing red/white strobe
lights to the front," wrote
Boynton Beach Police Officer
Anthony Magnanti in his
report.
"Traffic stops are, and have
historically been, one of the
most deadly activities in
which a police officer can
engage," said Boynton Beach
Police spokeswoman
Stephanie Slater. "The
process of becoming a law
enforcement officer is one of
intensive training and prepa-
ration for potentially deadly
situations, and members of
the public who have not
received this training and
don't have the legal authority
to fulfill this responsibility
should leave it to those who
have."
Mr. LoGuidice was travel-
ing in a gray 2005 Nissan
Armada, when both he and
Mr. Petruzzi were recorded
traveling at 100 mph by a
laser-measuring speed
device used by Officer Mag-
nanti, according to the
report.
"Petruzzi's vehicle was
traveling approximately 15-
to 20-inches from the rear of
the gray vehicle and it

Stewart
From page A7
college and didn't take any
courses in political science
because, back then (1959-64)
political science was consid-
ered a "crib course."
I thought that the Senate
formulated a bill which was
then passed along to the '
House for consideration and
modification. Finally, it was
sent to the governor for
signing or a veto. I was wrong.
I have numerous e-mails
and phone calls in to Sen.
Diaz de la Portilla, but no
responses so far. When we
met, he told me that he
personally supported my
views on the dealer fee. I
want to know why he didn't
ask a House of Representa-
tives colleague to sponsor a
House version of his
committee's bill. Or at least
suggest that I try to do the
same.
I spoke with Ann in Sen.
Pruitt's office. She told me
that she would gather as
much information as
possible on the status of
getting a House sponsor.
Her boss is the current
president of the senate (Sen.
Atwater will be the next
president). This is the most
powerful position in
Tallahassee, arguably more
so than the governor. Even
though Sen. Pruitt techni-
cally can't interfere with the
Commerce Committee or
the House sponsorship of a
dealer fee bill, commons
sense tells me there are
"ways" he could grease the


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appeared to me that he was
motioning with his hands for
the driver to pull over or
stop," Officer Magnanti
wrote in his report. "1I was
unsure if Petruzzi was a law
enforcement officer
attempting to make a stop on
the gray truck."
To find out for certain,
Officer Magnanti activated
his own emergency lights
and pulled over both vehi-
cles.
When approached by the
officer, Mr. Petruzzi said, "I
was trying to get him to slow
down," according to the
report.
Mr. Petruzzi then told the
officer that he was armed
and traveling to Fort Laud-
erdale to work as a private
investigator. Deputy Chief
Brown said his department
knew Mr. Petruzzi is a private
investigator.
Mr. Petruzzi admitted to
the officer that he was not
authorized to conduct the
traffic stop or any other by
law, and displayed his con-
cealed weapons permit, pri-
vate investigator's license,
Florida driver's license and
his. Palm Beach Gardens
Fire/Rescue identification
card.
Mr. Petruzzi was using a
scanner to monitor law
enforcement dispatch chan-
nels of the Palm Beach
County Sheriff's Office,


wheels.
One thing I've learned is
that the Senate and House
"staffs" often exercise
influence that would not be
considered appropriate for
the politician himself. This
allows the senator or
representative to maintain
deniabilityy."
To find a House sponsor, I
spoke to my district repre-
sentative, Carl Domino, R-
Jupiter. I must say that of all
politicians I've called, Rep.
Domino returned my call
faster than anyone. In fact,
he called me from his home.
Unfortunately he told me he
cannot sponsor this bill.
To be honest, I didn't
really expect him to. The
Florida Automobile Dealers
Association, FADA, lobbying
organization is a strong
supporter of Carl's, and, if he
supported the abolition of
the dealer fee, it would be
political suicide. Sen.
Domino can't take chances
offending big campaign
contributors because he is in
a very close race for re-
election. Sen. Domino told
me that each House member
can sponsor only six bills,
and that his deadline for
sponsoring bills ended in
February. So, for whatever
reason, I have to find myself
another House sponsor. I am
working on this as we speak,
but the chances of getting
anything done in this
legislative session are slim.
The good news is that if we


according to the report.
Officer Magnanti wrote in
his report that he later also
discovered a video recording
device mounted on the
dashboard of Mr. Petruzzi's
vehicle and a fully functional
audible siren.
Mr. LoGuidice reportedly
admitted to police that he
was in a hurry to get home
and was indeed speeding. He
added that he sped up when
he noticed the red pickup
tailing him, and when the
flashing lights went off on
the pick-up, he thought it
was an undercover officer,
according to the report.
"LoGuidice stated that he
was very confused by this
and that he thought it was
very strange that an officer
would be operating a pick-
up truck on the interstate,"
Officer Magnanti wrote in his
report. "LoGuidice advised
that he was glad to see that a
uniformed officer was on
scene."
A holstered gun was found
on Mr. Petruzzi's person,
which was loaded with a 15
round magazine with one
round in the chamber. Mr.
Petruzzi also had two extra
fully loaded 15 round maga-
zines in a magazine pouch, a
set of handcuffs in a cuff
pouch, and wore a belt clip
badge holder which dis-
played a gold "private inves-
tigator" badge.


don't get anything done this
year, I'm very confident we
will in 2009. The grassroots
support from car buyers is
growing like a tsunami. The
media is picking up on it
more every day. National
media has expressed
interest, as well as newspa-
per editorial staffs. We got
our political baptism of fire
in 2008 and we are forged for
victory in 2009.
I don't want to come
across like a cynic when I
speak of the Florida Legisla-
ture, the FADA and the
different senators and
representatives I've been
dealing with. That's the
system and they are a part of
the system. I'll close with an
e-mail I recently sent to a
friend in response to an e-
mail he sent me expressing
frustration with the political
process:
Thanks, Ken.
This kind of thing only
reinforces my belief that the
U.S. is a miracle. There was
something supernatural or
Godly about the formation of
our country, the Declaration
of Independence and our
Constitution.
Somehow, in spite of the
majority of voters being
uninformed and/or igno-
rant, and most of the
politicians being more
concerned about pandering to
them for their re-election than
doing what's right, we have
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Officer Magnanti wrote in
his report that he also
noticed a mobile phone on
Mr. Petruzzi and asked him
why he didn't use it to call
911 to report the speeding
instead of taking action in his
own hands.
"I thought I could get him
to slow down on my own
officer," Mr. Petruzzi told
police.
Mr. Petruzzi's vehicle was
towed from the scene, while
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"We'd like to remind the
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being stopped by a car they
don't readily identify as a
police vehicle, they should
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populated area and call 911
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Bridge.
The impact caused Ms.
Andrews to become airborne.
She landed on the beach
below the bridge. Ms. Taylor
was found bleeding on the
sidewalk. Both women were
pronounced dead at the
scene.
Mr. Gaillard's trial began
last week, when six jurors and
an alternate were selected.
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mechanical engineer who
has done extensive work with
software that re-enacts colli-
sions, testified.
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made was approximately a
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and took an aerial shot of the
scene. His shot was not
shown to the jurors, but a
similar aerial shot was. When
he visited the accident site,
even though it was a year
later, the marks made by
police were still present, as
was the paint from the car on
the concrete, said Mr. Fore.
He could also see the con-
crete mark on the front left
lens of the car's headlight, he
said.
The front axel was dam-
aged, as is the case in most
collisions, added Mr. Fore,
who said he has completed at
least 100 inspections/reen-
actments of front-end colli-
sions involving pedestrians.
By his estimation, Mr. Gail-
lard was driving at least 35
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Taylor. He became involved
in the case in July 2007, he
said.
The defense had hoped his
testimony might give a better
image of what happened,
since witnesses only saw the
vehicle after the accident.
Mr. Gaillard drove to a
friend's apartment immedi-
ately afterward. When he
spoke with police, about 12
hours later, he told them he
left the scene because his
license was expired due to
not paying child support, as
reported in a previous Home-
town News article.
Mr. Gaillard drove off the
roadway as a result of prob-
lems he was having with his
girlfriend, he told police. He
threw his cell phone on the
floor of the passenger side of
his suburban.
"When he threw it on the
ground, he banged on the
steering wheel, and he took
his eyes off the road. That's
what he told us," said investi-
gator Larry Colagiovanni with
the Palm Beach County Sher-
iff's Office in the article.
Since enough time had
passed between the accident
and when Mr. Gaillard spoke
with police to make a blood
test irrelevant, and investiga-
tors could not prove he was
speeding, Mr. Gaillard was
not charged with manslaugh-


ter.
Although the police had a
confession, needed evidence
as demanded by law, so Mr.
Gaillard was not arrested for
leaving the scene of a fatality
until Oct. 19, 2006, Mr. Cola-
giovanni said at the time.
Mr. Gaillard posted a
$50,000 bond set by Judge
Cory Ciklin at a hearing on
Oct. 20, 2006. At trial, Mr.
Gaillard was represented by
attorneys David Roth and Mr.
Tendler.
Ellen Roberts, assistant
state attorney, prosecuted the
case, which was heard before
Circuit Judge Sandra McSor-
ley.
A friend of Ms. Andrews
shared her perspective.
'Adam knows what hap-
pened and Cynthia and
Linda know what happened,
along with God who sits high
and looks low. Monday will
be a sad day in Palm Beach
County if this man walks for
killing two beautiful people.
Tonight I feel like Adam will
get off for this. Tomorrow, I
don't know, but if the jurors
follow the instructions of the
courts, the state didn't pres-
ent a case that would con-
vince me that he didn't know
that he hit Linda and Cyn-
thia," wrote family friend
Perri Demps in an e-mail on
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George Paul Beljan

George Paul Beljan, 83, of
Palm Beach Gardens, died
March 18, 2008. A native of
Pittsburgh, he came to this
area two years ago.
He was a WWII Navy vet-
eran and one of five broth-
ers who served in the mili-
tary during that war.
Mr. Beljan was a golf pro-
fessional/ superintendent
in country clubs in New
Alexandria, Pa., Kingwood
and Buckhannon, W. Va. He
was honored with a Lifetime
Achievement Award from
the West Virginia Golf
Course Superintendents
Association in 1997.
Survivors include his chil-
dren, Jan of Palm Beach
Gardens, Puggy and hus-
band Bill Farley of Manas-
sas, Va., Andrew and wife
Deborah of Myakka City,
Patricia and husband
Robert Ayres of Port St.
Lucie, Willie of Lindside,
W.Va. and John of Long-
wood and seven grandchil-
dren.
A resurrection Mass was
celebrated March 27 at St.
Jude Catholic Church in
Tequesta. Navy military
honors followed on March
28 at the South Florida Vet-
erans Affairs National
Cemetery in Lake Worth.
Memorial contributions


are suggested to: St. Joseph's
Home and Hospice, 92 W
Main St., Buckhannon, WV
26201; William C. Campbell
Scholarship Fund, WVGC-
SA, 3780 Sleepy Hollow
Drive, Hurricane, WV 25526;
or Holy Rosary Catholic
Church, 35 Franklin St.,
Buckhannon, WV 26201.
Arrangements were by
Taylor & Modeen Funeral
Home in Jupiter.
Eva C. Piedimonte
Eva C. Piedimonte, 73, of
Palm Beach Gardens, died
March 24, 2008. Born in the
Bronx, N.Y., she came here
in 1999.
Ms. Piedimonte was a
medical laboratory techni-
cian in Sleepy Hollow and
Valhalla, N.Y. hospitals.
Survivors include her
brother Michael and wife
Peggy Piedimonte; sister,
Laura and husband Eugene
Garand and best friend,
Regina Modesta.
A Mass was celebrated
March 26 at St. Patrick's
Church in Palm Beach Gar-
dens.
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gested to MD Research
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Bank, 900 NW 17th St., Suite
347, Miami 33136.
Arrangements were by
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Lt. Adams became a team
leader in 2001 and a lieu-
tenant in 2006. She's currently
in charge of quality control
and is a shift supervisor, said
JackWatrous, fire rescue assis-
tant chief. "She did a lot of dif-
ferent things this year (which
made her a good candidate
for the honor). She started
crossover training, coordinat-
ed a flashover training and
coordinated to get joint train-
ing for North Palm Beach and
Palm Beach Gardens' Fire
Rescues at the Price Funeral
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vard before it was torn down,"
said Fire Rescue Chief J.D.
Armstrong.
"She also managed to get
her master's degree as a nurse
practitioner," he said.
"Lt. Adams displays a dedi-
cation to duty far beyond that
which is expected of her, and
she strives to provide excel-
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duties and takes on additional
responsibilities to organize
training that will benefit all of
the, department's fire rescue
personnel and the citizens of
the Village of North Palm
Beach," wrote Chief Canfield
in his statement.

New officers
on council

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lage Council stayed the same
this year, but some members
have new roles.
Following municipal elec-
tions, the council elected its'
officers for the coming year at
its March 27 meeting.
William Manuel, vice
mayor last year, was chosen
by his peers as mayor. David
Norris, president pro tem last
year, was. elected vice mayor
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'Don Quixote': Florida
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April 5 at 2 and 7 p.m. Tickets
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SATURDAY, APRIL 5
BYOB comedy night: 8
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Hibel Museum art fair: 11
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Constitution Park concert:
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Indian River pops orches-
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"On Broadway" musical
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ININALM BEACH COUNTY


Exhibit to feature

costumes from

the big screen


BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer


PALM BEACH COUNTY
- An exhibit coming to
the Gardens Mall gives
new meaning to the term
"window shopping."
Cinematic Couture, a
display featuring cos-
tumes made by designers
at the Academy-award
winning, London-based
costume house, Cosprop,
runs from April 7-28. It will
be on the first floor of the
Grand Court, which is
where photos with Santa
are taken during the holi-
day season.
"What the beauty of an
exhibition like this is, is
that people can see detail-
ing that they cannot see in
the films," said Nancy
Lawson, North American
representative for Cosprop
and curator of the mall's
exhibit.
It includes 40 outfits,
among them are the pink
silk dress worn by Madon-
na in "Evita," the period
suit worn by Johnny Depp
in "Finding Neverland,"
the silver gown worn to the
ball by Drew Barrymore in
"Ever After" and the green
silk and velvet dress worn
by Nicole Kidman in "Por-


trait of a Lady," according
to a press release.
Other pieces include
costumes from "Victor,
Victoria," "Pirates of the
Caribbean," "Phantom of
the Opera" and Meryl
Streep's dress from "Out of
Africa," said Michele
Jacobs, the mall's director
of marketing.
Although Cosprop has
more than 500 pieces from
famous films and televi-
sion shows in its collec-
tion, the majority of cos-
tumes selected for the
mall's exhibit are from
recent movies, she said.
"We selected costumes
we thought would appeal
to customers that come to
the Gardens Mall. We also
picked a few for our cus-
tomers who like English
literature," said Ms. Jacobs.
There are also some
pieces donned by Eliza-
beth Taylor and Angela
Lansbury that may delight
older viewers, said Ms.
Lawson.
The pieces will be out in
the open, not behind glass,
but they are not allowed to
be touched, she said.
Docents will be on hand
to offer more information
or answer questions about
the costumes, and the area


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 04-04-2008
Aries-March 21-April 19
Mars in Aries this week may make you want to
fight back when confronted. Just remember
that even though you are the leader of the
pack, others around you have valuable infor-
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and your greatest dreams will continue to
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Your universal energy is positive right now. You


Photo courtesy of Tilson Communications
The silk pink dress Madonna wore when she portrayed
Eva Peron in the 1996 film 'Evita,' an Andrew Lloyd
Weber musical, is one of the pieces that will be on dis-
play at the Gardens Mall in the exhibit Cinematic Cou-
ture.


will be guarded 24 hours a
day, Ms. Lawson added.
The Gardens Mall is a
privately-owned Forbes
Company. A sister Forbes
company, the Somerset
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gan, had costumes from
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fall. It was the first time the
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for a Cosprop exhibition,
said Ms. Lawson.
The marketing director
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winning designer John
Bright, in 1965. It special-


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are in a forward flow. Stay focused on your
most important dreams and visions. You don't
have to be a rocket scientist to be happy and
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inner guidance and follow your heart. When
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Wake up, give thanks and ask that your visions
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blessings through you, family and others who
have a need. Now your greatest wishes will
come true.

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ble of producing life's greatest miracles. But
they are not really miracles at all. They are the
result of seeing everyone else around you
happy and well. When you have this higher
good in your heart, you are at your creative


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best.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
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purpose should be your No. 1 priority in life.
You are a hunter in the zodiac. Your greatest
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destination. This wonderful, fiery nature lights
the path for others on their way.

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which is truly yours wants to come to you. That
which is not will fall away. Refuse to let fear,
doubt or indecision cloud your way. Look for
everyday miracles and live in joy as they come,
and all will be well.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
You continue to create opportunities to grow. It
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izes in period pieces, and
the director thought it
would be a good event for
the mall.
"We loved it so much we
wanted to bring it here,"
said Ms. Jacobs.
"Our mall is in the fore-
front of fashion and luxu-
ry, so we're always looking
for exciting things to bring
to the center."
The pieces are high fash-
ion from any given period,
said Ms. Lawson, who
added that she was told an
Italian tailor who saw the
exhibit at Somerset cried
because of the beauty of
the workmanship.
Holding the exhibition at
the mall allows it to reach a
wider audience, as more
people probably go to the
mall than a museum, said
Ms. Lawson.
"I love it because people
will just happen on it that
didn't even know it was
there," she said.
Cosprop works with
companies or organiza-
tions to tailor exhibits to
specific themes if that is
desired.
For instance, different


various outfits donned by
various actresses in films
based on Jane Austen's
novels were sent for an
exhibit at the Bath Muse-
um of Costume, according
to its Web site.
Ms. Lawson would like
to put a similar Jane
Austen-inspired exhibit
together in the U.S., she


Scopes
From page Bi
to listen to your instincts.
Continue to open your
heart and let the visions
enter your mind. Act on the
ones that your spirit guides
you to, and you will flow in
divine order and-emerge
safely in life.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
This is a great time to cre-
ate your greatest visions
and desires and bring them
to reality. The key is to love
and respect yourself first. If
you don't, how can you
expect anyone else to?
Great rewards are possible
when you trust this divine
inner guidance. Get your
head in the way, and you
will suffer. Surrender to the
divine will, and all will be
well.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your nature is to accom-
plish great things. To realize
this, surrender your outer,
earthly self and let your
inner universal guidance
direct you. When you do
this, you will be introduced


said.
In addition to Cinematic
Couture, the mall has also
partnered with the Ben-
jamin School in Palm
Beach Gardens. Art stu-
dents from its upper cam-
pus will have their pieces
on display in Blooming-
dale's Court from April 17
to 28, said Ms. Jacobs.


to the greatness living in
your soul. Now you have
become the guiding light to
all of us in the universe.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
When you love what you
do, success is assured.
Lighten up. Don't be so
hard on yourself. Keep on
letting go of the past, and
learn to live one day at a
time. It's all we have. Be
happy and make the best
of it now, and more will be
added. You are strong and
know this. Just do it.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your only limits are what
you place on yourself. Be
bold, and mighty spiritual
forces will come to you aid
and assure success. New,
exciting adventures are
coming. The ball is in your
court. The pen is in your
hand. Take action. You can
do it. It is your age, you
know.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Continue to move ahead
into new, uncharted territo-
ry. You can do this. Why? It
is your courage. It contin-
ues to empower you, move
you forward and make your
dreams come true. No one
in the zodiac has greater
mobility, desire and pas-
sion to make it happen.
Why can't we all be more
like you?

Star visions
This column is online at
www.myhometownnews.n
et. Click on Star Scopes in
the menu. If you would like
a personalized astrology or
compatibility chart made,
call (772) 334-9487 or e-
mail jtuckxyz@aol.com for
details. Have a starry
week, everyone.


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This black dress with paisley details
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Cinematic Couture also includes men's tai-
lored suits, such as this one, which was
worn by Johnny Depp as J.M. Barrie, the
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH COUNTY
- See what is billed as the
"baddest monster trucks on
the planet" show from April
11 through 13 at the South
Florida Fairgrounds, where
there is plenty of room for
loud noise and destruction.
Trucks will compete in
racing, wheelie and monster
truck free style contests,
with more than $30,000 up
for grabs.
Monster trucks scheduled
to appear are:
Equalizer, a two-time
world champion.
Hot tamale, rookie of the
year in 2006.
Raminator, No. 1 Dodge
in the world driven by Mark
Hall; seven times No. 1 in the
U.S.
Ramunition, new 2000
hp, 2007 Dodge.
Ghost rider, all new 2008
invader from Illinois.
Southern crusher, new
Florida truck and Florida
driver.
More crowd-pleasing
events will include:
Monster truck rides in a
real monster truck before


shows, at intermission and
after each show.
Free style cycle jumpers;
a few of the best do all of the
high-flying tricks, including
the back flip.
Local tough-truck con-
test. Locals can race over the
dirt course for fastest times
to win cash in two divisions
street legal and modified.
Register at Modifications
Unlimited, 7673 Hooped
Road, West Palm Beach or
call (561) 790-2224.
Show schedule:
April 11, 8 p.m., doors
open at 6:30 p.m.
April 12, 8 p.m., doors
open at 6:30 p.m.
April 13, 2 p.m., doors
open at 12.30 p.m.
Tickets $10 for ages 3 to
12; $20 for adults; $25 for
VIP. VIP offers preferred
seating, pre-show pit party,
meet the drivers, pictures,
autographs and meet super
hero, Spiderman. Kids get a
Spiderman inflatable toy.
Tickets are on sale at Mod-
ifications Unlimited, Harley
Davidson of Palm Beach, at
the gate or call (877) 548-
3237; (561) 793-0333 or visit
www.getquickticks.com.


Out
From page B1


benefit the Loxahatchee River
Historical Society. Tickets are
$10 and may be purchased at
the door or call (561) 747-
8380 Ext. 101
TUESDAY, APRIL 8
Remembering the king of
swing: 8 p.m. Bob Lappin and
the Palm Beach Pops orchestra
present the music of Benny
Goodman featuring members
of Goodman's orchestra at the
Kravis Center, 701 Okeechobee
Blvd., West Palm Beach. Con-
tinues April 9. Tickets $25 to
$85. Call (561) 832-7469
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9
Benjamin School spring
music festival: 7 p.m. Upper
and middle school students
perform at Eissey campus the-
atre, Palm Beach Community


College, 11051 Campus Drive,
Palm Beach Gardens. Tickets
$5. Call (561) 472-3476
THURSDAY, APRIL 10
"Bloomers": 6 to 8 p.m.
Opening reception for photog-
rapher Barry Seidman's still life
flower exhibition. Runs
through May 28 at Palm Beach
Gardens City Hall, 10500 N.
Military Trail
Palm Beach International
Film Festival opening night:
7:30 p.m. screening of "The
Grand," with Woody Harrel-
son; 10 p.m. festival party at
Sunrise Theater, Mizner Park
in Boca Raton.Tickets $50, $60
and $75. The independent
film screening continue
through April 17 at various
county theaters. For informa-
tion, visit the Web site
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"Bloomers" exhibition is
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Improvement district set for


'Great American Cleanup'


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH COUNTY
- The Northern Palm
Beach County Improve-
ment District will join
Keep Palm Beach County
Beautiful in its annual
Great American Cleanup
walk on April 12 in Aba-
coa.
This national event is
sponsored by more than
500 affiliates of Keep
America Beautiful.
Locally the event is sup-
ported by the Solid Waste


Authority, private trash
haulers and other organ-
izers and sponsors,
including area govern-
inents.
The cleanup walk will
take place on the green-
way trails starting at 8
a.m. on April 12, instead
of the official April 19
date, due to scheduling
conflicts.
Northern's staff biolo-
gist, Sam Payson, is this
year's coordinator. He will
hand out T-shirts and bot-
tled water to walk partici-


pants a press release said.
This is an opportunity to
see natural habitat while
cleaning up the environ-
ment. On the last walk,
gopher tortoises in their
burrows were seen.
Northern has participat-
ed in the Great American
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When buying a smoked or
cured ham, buy one a little
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have the butcher cut off a slice
about 3/4- to 1-inch thick for
a future dinner, and remem-
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Enjoy, and see you next week.

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Serves three to four
Low fat
1 ham steak, 3/4- to 1-
inch thick
Butter substitute or cook-
ing spray for skillet
Black pepper
1 small can pineapple
slices
2-3 tablespoons brown
sugar
Splash of sherry (optional)
Trim fat from steak; sprin-
kle with pepper. Place treated
skillet over heat and brown
steak. Remove to platter. Add
juice from pineapple slices
and brown sugar to skillet and
cook until bubbly. Add sherry.
Saute pineapple slices in
sauce until golden. Set aside
and keep warm. Return steak
to skillet and cook covered
over low heat for about 10
minutes, turning once. Place
steak on platter, circle with
pineapple and top with sauce.

ITALIAN SPLIT
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Remember: Never use a
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One 14-ounce or 1-pound
(16-ounce) package dried
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One large carrot, peeled
potato, onion and celery
stalk with leaves cut up in
chunks
Several sprigs Italian par-
sley, chopped, or 2 table
spoons, dried
1 1/2 teaspoon dried
oregano
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
leaves
1/2 cup tomato sauce
Few shakes black pepper
1 ham bone trimmed of
fat
5 or more cups water

Rinse peas in cold water,
picking out any that float.
Place all ingredients in a
large pot. Cook covered
over low heat. Stir occa-
sionally; add more water if
necessary. Cook for about
2 hours until peas literally
melt. Taste, adding salt if
needed.
Remove bone, cut up
meat; reserve. 9Iash soup
with a potato masher or
large spoon. You can sieve
it if you like; we prefer
some texture. Return meat
to pot. Serve as a meal with
regular or low-fat biscuits.


SPAGHETTI PIE
(FRITTATA)

Make this entree with any
amount of leftover spaghetti.
It's great as a meal or as a side
dish.

2 cups or more leftover
spaghetti with sauce
4 eggs, egg whites or egg
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Grated Romano cheese
1/2 teaspoon each, garlic
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Dash of black pepper
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skillet, flip pie onto plate and
slide back into skillet; cook
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and serve.

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Prepare this cake by follow-
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1 package lemon cake mix
Currant jelly
Cream filling

Bake in a 2-quart Pyrex
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Goodbye heartburn, hello relief Re-directing a jumping dog


Heartburn. If you have
it, you want it to go
away. And you're not
the only one suffering.
The United States is the
world's heartburn leader: 25
million people experience
heartburn daily and 60
percent have digestive
problems on a regular basis,
according to the National
Heartburn Alliance.
Heartburn, or acid
indigestion, may be a
symptom of gastro-
esophageal reflux disease,
GERD. If you have it often,
along with difficulty
swallowing, chest pain,
nausea and a sour taste in
you mouth, consult with
you physician.
About 10 percent of GERD
suffers may develop a
serious pre-cancerous
condition, Barrett's esopha-
gus.
Antacids may spell
temporary relief for heart-
burn, but antacids may also
spell long-term side effects
when overused.
Reducing stomach acid
may not be the best cure for
heartburn, since inadequate
hydrochloric acid is more
common than excess acid
production; both conditions
often produce similar
symptoms.
Jonathan Wright, physi-
cian and co-author of "Why
Stomach Acid is Good for
You," found that 90 percent
of his patients with GERD
had too little stomach acid.
"Overuse of antacids can
inhibit absorption of
essential nutrients, vitamins
B6, B12, folate, zinc, iron
and calcium and impair
digestion of protein,
minerals ... and over many
years, may lead to depres-
sion, osteoporosis and
arthritis," he wrote.
Low-salt diets may
contribute to HC1 deficiency
because sodium and
chloride help stimulate
hydrochloric acid produc-
tion.
Heartburn drugs are also
being linked to pneumonia,
especially in the elderly or
people with asthma.
Researchers in the
Netherlands reported that



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people taking proton pump
inhibitors (Nexium, Pre-
vacid or Prilosec) had
double the risk of develop-
ing pneumonia. Taking
Tagamet and Pepsid also
elevated the risk.
In her digestive guide-
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"It neutralizes the
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Over time, the use of
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calcium-based acid neutral-
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Mylanta and Pepto Bismol,
are alkaline compounds
that may adversely affect
the bowel and promote
constipation' or diarrhea.
Ironically, the calcium in
products such as Tumrns is in
an inorganic form, calcium
carbonate, which is very
poorly absorbed. It actually
neutralizes the HC1 required
for it to be used by the body.
Many of these antacids
contain sodium or alu-
minum and can interfere
with the absorption of other
drugs and antibiotics.
"Prilosec should only be
taken for a short time ... I'm
wary of it and instead
recommend using a natural
product, DGL," writes
Andrew Weil, integrative
physician.
De-glycyrrhizinated
licorice does not suppress


stomach acid. It protects
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stomach and inhibits
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Foods that aggravate
reflux include coffee, tea,
carbonated beverages and
alcohol, as well as garlic, raw
onions, mint, fatty foods,
citrus, tomatoes and spicy
food.
If you chew gum between
meals, your stomach will
produce more acid when it's
not needed.
Drugs such as Valium,
progesterone and nitroglyc-
erine may also trigger
heartburn.
Popular home remedies
to improve digestion
include drinking aloe vera
juice, sipping apple cider
vinegar at mealtime, eating
fresh pineapple or papaya
and drinking chamomile,
slippery elm or ginger tea.
Also consider taking
digestive enzymes and
probiotic (acidophilus)
supplements to restore
beneficial bacteria to your
digestive tract.
Simple lifestyle changes
may often improve or
eliminate heartburn. Sleep
on your left side, don't lie
down or lift anything heavy
for three hours after eating,
don't slump during or after
meals, eat slowly, chew food
to a mush and avoid
overeating. Drink ample
water, but do not use ice or
drink with meals.
Applying these sugges-
tions for a few weeks can
provide significant relief.
Saying goodbye to heart-
burn means saying hello to
better overall health.
The information in this
article is for educational
purposes. Consult your
physician ifyou have a
medical condition.
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Square Shoppes, 4513 PGA
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attention, is a very common,
problem.
Not only does it hurt -
especially older people and
children it is also a form
of showing dominance.
Dogs jump on each other
from an early age on, in
order to find out who will
back down or who will be a
push over. This prepares
young dogs to fit into the
pack, as they get older.
If you do not train your
dog from day one, he will
gladly jump on you as much
as he can. It is not cute to
have your dog greet you in
this way and this behavior
should be re-directed.
There are different ways
to handle this problem. You
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You and Your Pet


patience. It takes time for
the dog to understand that
you ignore him each time
he jumps on you.
Depending on the size of
your dog, you might try
raising your leg to block
your dog as he jumps. In


this action, timing is
everything, and it has to be
done all the time.
Then we have "no jump"
harnesses. Some of them
work great on big dogs. ,
These are a few things you
can try but, of course, it has
a lot to do with the individ-
ual dog and the way the
owner reacts to it.
If in doubt that you are
doing it right, please come
out for a complementary
group class. We will work
with you and your dog to
see where things might be
going wrong.

Birgit Edler 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.com.


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milk. Fold in thawed whipped
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layers. Note: You can spike it
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SPIKED


Hobie Hiler/staff photographer
Caleb Trainor (9) of the Palm Beach Gardnes boy's
volleyball team spikes the ball against Royal Palm Beach
during a game last Thursday at Palm Beach Gardens
High School. The Gators lost.


Know your boat's limitations


As I was crossing the
A1A bridge this past
week, I noticed a 21-
foot Sea Craft motoring its'
way down the Intracoastal
Waterway toward the
Atlantic. The winds were
blowing at 25 knots out of
the southeast. All that
came to my mind was,
"What are they thinking?"
It is very important as
the March and April winds
kick up, to know your
boat's limitations. There
are too many stories of
people sinking their boats
or worse. Everyone wants
to get out there when the
dolphin and wahoo are
biting to get in on the
action, but it is not worth
putting your life on the
line. A nice, casual ride
north or south in the
Intracoastal can be just as
much fun and certainly is
a great deal safer.
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ROB FIELDING
Fishing columnist


weekend will hold for the
upcoming weekend. The
weather cooperated, and
several anglers reported
fantastic fishing offshore.
The dolphin have arrived,
and the early migration
has produced some very
good schools of fish. Small
baits are what they are
chasing currently. Keep
that in mind when rigging
up your favorite trolling


outfit. A skirted ballyhoo
should work just fine.
There are a number of
cobia being caught by the
Palm Beach drift fishing
fleet showing that they are
readily accessible to
everyone on the water. The
magic depth seems to be
from 25- to 90-feet of
water. Cobia jigs, live baits
and even cut bait is
working well.
Sailfish continue to be
caught around the 300-
foot mark however, most
fish are hitting skirted live
baits.
Inshore report: Extra
large bluefish are running
the beach in Palm Beach
County. I have personally
seen schools of 12- to 15-
pound fish running the
shoreline in the early
morning and early evening
hours.
Pompano fishing
continues to be very
productive along the Palm
Beach County shoreline.


The best bite is concen-
trated on days with a
southeast wind given the
current migratory pattern
of the pompano.
Shark fishing is very
active as well. The schools
of spinner and blacktip
sharks are following the
migration of smaller
species. I was even fortu-
nate enough to hook a few
blacktips the past week on
top water plugs.
Tight lines, crystal clear
waters and sunny skies to
all.
Is there something more
you would like to see in
this article? Send me an e-
mail with your sugges-
tions.

Rob Fielding is an
addicted angler and the
owner of Sharkey's Tackle
in Jupiter. For more infor-
mation call (561) 630-3100
ore-mail
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The PGA Tour, always
'trying to find ways to keep
the viewer and fan excited,
has done it again.
Earlier this week, just in
time for The Masters, on
the first day of April to be
exact, the Tour announced
sweeping changes to its
tournament format.
Apparently the Tour has
heard the cries of golf
purists demanding an
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tive balance and that Tiger
Woods have some compe-
tition each week.
The Tour needs to have
the marquee names atop
the leader board every
weekend. The networks
would also like to know for
a fact that Tiger Woods,
Jim Furyk, Vijay Singh or
Phil Mickelson will be
leading the Sunday charge.
Nothing against first-time
winners, but golf's hierar-
chy knows that keeping
the top players in the
world in the hunt every
weekend and keeping
Tiger from walking away
with the tournament,
would make the fans and
advertisers a very happy
lot.
With that in mind, the
Tour announced a change
to its format to include not
only the raw scores from
the day's round, but also a
judged score from a panel
of golf experts.
Just as skaters are
judged on technical merit
and artistic presentation,


so, too, will golfers on the
PGA Tour.
Golfers will post a
technical score, which will
be the number of strokes
they card during their
round. A panel of golf
judges and experts will
then look over their round
and judge their perform-
ance according to style,
dress and crowd appeal.
The judges will then apply
an "artistic" score to the
player's actual number of
strokes and that will be his
score for that day.
The beauty of this new
format is that all of the
lucky shots or bad breaks
can be removed should the
judges see fit. Players
opting to hit irons from
the tee on par-4s may find
themselves behind the
guys hitting drivers and
thrilling the crowd when
all the scores are tallied.
Imagine that Sergio
Garcia hits the ball excep-
tionally well, but has a few
putts lip out and maybe
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thanks to his caddy's
actions. At the end of his
round he finds himself
trailing Jerry Kelly, who
had a ball bounce off a
tent and into the hole.
Maybe Kelly even had a
ball headed out of bounds
ricochet off a tree, back
into the fairway. The
judges could elevate
Sergio ahead of Kelly
because, in all fairness, he
actually played better.
Judges will also be able
to award players who dress
well and groom them-
selves fashionably. Golfers
who try to thrill the crowd
with daring shots will be
rewarded. No more bland
golf.
Let's take a look at how
an upcoming broadcast
should sound.
We go to the booth at the
18th, where our announc-
ers are putting the day's
round into perspective.
"Well Johnny, Duffy
Waldorf certainly played
well today," remarks Gary,
the lead announcer. "He
carded the day's best
round with a stellar 7-
under 65 to take the lead
after the technical por-
tion."
Johnny responds, "He
certainly did. But who
dressed him today? Those
striped pants really clash
with the flowered shirt and
cap. He looks like he was
in a food fight. That has to
cost him with the judges."
"Let's not forget Mickel-
son," adds Gary. "He didn't
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'Lights Out' at the beach


campaign underway


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

JUNO BEACH For mil-
lions of years, female sea
turtles have been coming
ashore to lay their eggs on
Palm Beach County beach-
es. Nearly 80 percent of all
leatherback and green tur-
tles in the world lay their
eggs here. The loggerhead
sea turtle, the most com-
mon sea turtle in Florida,
primarily nests in Juno
Beach.
Lights of any kind can
disorient sea turtles and
their newborn hatchlings.
That is why turning all
lights off during.turtle nest-
ing season, from March 1
through Oct. 31 is impera-
tive to ensure the protec-
tion of the turtles from
becoming further threat-
ened or extinct.
"Most people don't
understand that artificial
lights near the beach can
deter females from nesting
and disorients hatchling
sea turtles," said Nanette
Lawrenson, executive


director of the Loggerhead
Marinelife Center in Juno
Beach in a press release.
"The hatchlings travel
inland, toward the artificial
lights, where they often die
from dehydration, are
preyed upon by fire ants
and ghost crabs or some-
times crawl onto the road
where they are run over by
cars."
The Loggerhead
Marinelife Center started
educating the community
about the importance of
sea turtle conservation and
protection 24 years ago.
The center is passionate
about the sea turtle nesting
and received a prestigious
Disney Wildlife Conserva-
tion grant to study
leatherback sea turtles
habits.
"Despite the fact that
leatherbacks may soon be
extinct in the Pacific
Ocean, the number of
leatherback turtles coming
ashore to lay eggs through-
out South Florida is
increasing. Therefore, now
more than ever it is impera-


tive to keep the lights out,"
said Chris Johnson, a biolo-
gist at the center.
Numerous organizations
partner to get the word out
about the "Lights Out"
campaign such as the Flori-
da Department of Environ-
mental Protection, Florida
Fish and Conservation
Commission, Florida
Power and Light and
municipalities, including
the Town of Juno Beach.
Visitors and guests who
live on or near the beach
can help promote the sur-
vival of the sea turtles by
turning the lights out dur-
ing nesting season or
installing sea turtle-friend-
ly lighting.
Never approach turtles
emerging from the sea or
disturb turtle nests. Watch
out for hatchlings on the
road or beach paths that
may have become disori-
ented.
To learn more about sea
turtles nesting research and
the Loggerhead Marinelife
Center visit the Web site
www.marinelife.org.


Stammer
From page B6


score well today, but those
par saves he pulled off.
Wow! He missed 15 greens
in his round, but his
scrambling was so excit-
ing. That shot he hit off
the skirt of that uncon-
scious woman on 12 was
something that should get
him a good score with the
judges.
"If you remember, Tiger
was in the hunt for the
technical portion of
today's play until he hit
that loose shot on 14,"
Johnny adds. "He would
have been fine, but that
flurry of four-letter words
that followed is not going
to sit well with the Canadi-
an judge."
"Let's go down to David
in the 'kiss and cry' area
where Tiger is waiting for
the judges' marks to come
in."
"Thanks Gary," replies
David. "We're here with
Tiger Woods and his
coach, Hank Haney,
awaiting the judges' score
for today's round. Tiger


what do you think? Will
the judges reward your
play today?"
"I played well. If the
judges can't see that, there
isn't a %!#* thing I can do.
And if they keep giving
Jesper fashion points for
those skin-tight, pink
slacks, I may quit!"
"Sounds like you don't
expect to be leading going
into Sunday's round, Tiger.
Nice bouquet by the way,"
a shocked David adds.
"Hank, what must Tiger do
to win this thing?"
"It's really hard to top
Mickelson in the artistic
portion. He has that
Howdy Doody grin all the
time. And those chip
shots. Everyone has to just
'ohhh and ahhh'. It's
sickening! How can you
compete against that?"
remarks an obviously
upset Haney.
"There you have it
folks," says a shaken
David.
"Thanks David. Sounds
like Tiger may have to play


extremely well tomorrow
to capture his 10th win of
the season.
"Tiger always gets better
scoring from the judges on
Sunday," Johnny states. "It
seems that the judges
simply love him in red. I
like his chances."
"Very true Johnny. That
concludes our third-round
coverage. We hope you'll
join us later tonight as we
delve deep into the
judging portion of a Tour
event. What do the judges
look for? Do they play
favorites? We hope that
you join us."
Talk about excitement!
Sounds like controversy
and fun should abound on
the Tour in the very near
future. I can hardly wait.

James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night
Golf Show on WPSL 1590-
AM radio station. Contact
him at
jstammer@yahoo.com.


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Bank-Owned Homes
Selling @
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Thur. April 10th 1PM
Hilton Rialto PI,
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Including:
7008 Sevilla Ct, #205
Cape Canaveral
2BR, 2BA, 1918SF
Condo
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3/2 & 2/2 duplex with
Swimming pool. 1 block
to beach, boatramp &
parks. New roof/windows.
$390,000 772-971-8547
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lbr/lba, All Amenities &
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828-226-2566
PALM BEACH Gardens
50+ PGA Blvd. near
shops & restaurants
1/1.5 1150 sqft, 12' ceil-
ings, new appi, Pool ten-
nis, gym $156,000
561-799-0425
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Selling @
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Jeanne & Glenn Bush
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large home/yard on nice
St., spa, wet bar, indoor
grill & more $249,900.
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'99 home w/wood firs,
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backyard. $173,000
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Bargain price for remod-
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locale. $152,900
Edgewater -3b/2b/2cg
pool home on 1 acre lot,
great locale Lease/option
possible. $274,000.
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4b/3.5b/2cg, 2 story on
2.5 acres, in-law suite,
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3b/2.5b (2) Turnbull Bay
2-story golf course view
TH, never occupied,
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914-261-1021
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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
GEORGIA- Ellijay 333AC
Property has it all. Short
& long range views, ma-
ture timber, pastures &
creeks. $10,900/ac will
divide. 706-540-3937
GEORGIA- in Winder.
Close to 1-85, country
setting, 2400sf. Beautiful
4br/3.5ba, brick fireplace,
large level lot, all
appliances incl, complete
window treatment,
wooded back. $189,900.
678-425-1560
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vacation rental, (3) log
cabins on creek with
mountain views. Asking
$650,000 By owner.
706-253-8000 wv.
northgeorgiagetaways.com
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
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
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wire wheels, original
parts,excellent condition
$25,000 772-461-5078


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1100 acres (+/-) Crop
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Green river, May be sold
in smaller tracts from
$1900ac Call Lynetle
Eaves Realty & Auction
1-800-523-3824
1-270-543-6410
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Other properties Availa-
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LANDI Still the best
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RIVER ROAD ESTATES
Exceptional living found in this Yachter's &
Car Collector's CUSTOM BUILT
4BD/4BA. Deep water, Indian River.
Covered dock accommodates 5 boats!
REDUCED $1,499,000


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auto, 27mpg $23,900obo
561-310-4665



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LOG CABIN 20+ acres
$119,900. Own the
dream! New 1,800sf log
cabin package. Near
FL/GA border. 90 mi-
nutes Jacksonville. Po-
tential to subdivided Ex-
cellent financing.
800-898-4409 ex 1400
Middle Georgia Land
For Sale www.Hampton-
River.cornm Washington
County. 86 acres on
The Ohoopee River,
Hunting, Fishing, & Tim-
ber $2,650 per acre
478-787-4121
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Beautiful 3BD/3.5BA Condo. 500' dock
with 22 boat slips. Seller owns 2 boat
slips, & dues are $200 each yearly. Media
room has fireplace. Private screened
porch. 2-car garage. Dynamic river views.
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N.C. Lake Lure. 2.04acs.
w/spectacular mtn views.
Buildable, 4br septic per-
mit, ug utilities, paved rd.,
Champion golf crs., lake,
shopping. $87,500. 631-
921-6984; 321-751-0934
NC LAND: Near Raleigh/
Durham. 7acs pasture/
woods $39k; 8acs deer
$49K; 13acs hilltop $69K.
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TORTOISE ISLAND
Riverfront Estate 4BD/4.5BA. Gourmet
kitchen. Formal Living & Dining rooms.
Screened pool & raised spa, summer
kitchen. Dock with boat lift. One of the most
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MELBOURNE MELBOURNE BEACH PORTOFINO BAY
WINDOVER FARMS Gorgeous remodeled home! 5BD/3.5BA! Mediterranean Masterpiece in the gated
4BD/3BA Home, volume vaulted ceilings 5th bedroom has a separate outdoor community of Portofino Bay. 4BD/3.5BA,
in Great room, Kitchen with granite coun- entry. Spectacular pool & backyard. Gourmet center island kitchen. Heated
tertop, charming Family room. Enjoy Pool Many recent upgrades. REDUCED pool/spa & waterfall overlooking the river.
& preserve. 3-car garage. $450,000 $419,000 Two covered patios. 3-car garage. Boat
slip with lift. $999,900
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Islands International Realty
668 S. Patrick Drive
Satellite Beach, FL 32937
321-779-3800


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FORT PIERCE: New 1st
fi 2-br/2-ba/1-cg. Lakes of
Savannah. Screen patio.
Comm pool. No pets.
$1000/furn $750/unfurn
508-997-1174/965-9167


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HUTCHINSON ISLAND
N. Harbor Isle 2/2
furnished Penthouse
seasonal or longer term.
Starting at $1350/mo.
24hr security, pool, spa,
fitness 1-407-808-8020
see photos online at
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JENSEN BEACH
2br/2ba, Fully furnished.
Resort style community,
seasonal or yearly
$1500mo. or for sale
$210,000 561-267-9898


LAKE PARK 2-br/1-ba
across from ICW Tennis,
shops marina, park.
Cable & water included.
$850/mo + security. Sm
cat OK. 561-842-7571
N. PALM BCH: lbr/lba,
New paint, CHA, Pool,
Elevator. 1 yr lease. No
pets. $850/mo +
$500/Sec. 561-627-1731
PALM CITY SW 36 th
Terr.1000 sqft 2/1 duplex.
W/D, Quiet neighborhood
Newly remodeled.
$900/mo. Security dep
c an 7729.-4.7287


LAKE PARK: 2br/1lba,
1st fir. Tile firs. No pets.
$850/mo + Sec & 1 yr
lease 561-627-1731
PORT ST LUCIE West
Free rent. PSL West
1-br/1-ba. Pool, gym,
tennis, by water. Bad
credit OK. $825/mo
772-807-2888
STUART BEACH Condo
Beautifully renovated 1/1.
Walk everywhere laundry
pool, no pets. $595/mo
FLS lease Great location.
All ages. 772-408,6171
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$575. Tile, new apple.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013
WEST PALM BEACH
Tennis Club of The Palm
Beaches. 1/1 Corner unit
2nd FL. W/D, includes
water & basic cable.
Covered balcony. Near
shops. $795/mo. No pets.
561-627-6711

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EDGEWATER/ WATER-
FRONT. Fish on dock on
canal to intracoast clean
2/1 beauty furn. W/D.
3mo-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
& sec. 386-424-9341
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 -
Tradition Beautiful like
new home. 2br/2ba/2cg
w/ext'd family room. Walk
to clubhouse. $1195 per
month. 561-308-5488
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
New Windy Pines.
Available furnished or
unfurnished 3-br/2-ba 2
car garage.
786-587-0209
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30' SOUTHWIND 1985
New tires, new batteries,
2 A/C, twinbeds, sleeps
6, split bath. 78,000
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NC LOG CABIN
Buy Now -Low Rates
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Incomel Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $169,000
NC MOUNTAINS
Motivated Seller! 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
NC MOUNTAINS New
Log Cabin Pre Season
Special. Prices slashed
$10,000 to $79,900 for
quick sale. Call toll free
for details 866-738-5522
Owner/Broker
NC: BEST BUY IN
MOUNTAINS Owner fi-
nancing, 2acres w/ spec-
tacular view, paved road,
gated, house site in Bry-
son City. $65,000,
$13,000 down. owner fi-
nancingll-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
NEW ARIZONA LAND
RUSHI 1 or 2-1/2
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lots $0 Down $0 Interest
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NO. CAROLINA Mtns.
Sylva 3/2 new stone
fireplace & wood floors.
Fresh paint in & out many
upgrades. Fruit trees.
Asking $345,000.
772-359-1074
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Beautiful New log cabin
shell on 2.2 wooded
acres $99,900. 6 acres
with incredible mountain
views only $69,900. E-Z
Financing. Free brochure.
1-828-652-8700
North Carolina, 40
Acres of land in Lawson-
ville fenced and cross
fenced with plenty of wa-
ter. $140K 336-593-8268
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
$65K!!! 30 acres ranch in
a gated community near
1-10 and Tallahassee, FL.
I need a quick sale, must
see! Call 866-755-6595
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PORT ST LUCIE West
Free rent Lake Charles
Imma home, 2/2 gar
screened covered patio.
Pool/spa/tenn/lake cable,
gated $1080/mo
772-807-2888
PORT ST LUCIE WEST
Free Rent. Castle Pines
PGA Ann/seas. Furnd
2/2.5 villa with golf views.
Gated, pool 3 golf
courses $1395/mo
772-807-2888
PORT ST Lucle, Gatlin
area/near Tradition. 3/2
waterfront w/ dock oppo-
site city park. Fishing,
boating, & picnics. Vaca-
tion without leaving your
home. Go to realtor.com
#R2900580. $1250/mo.
FLS. 772-286-1734
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MAINE PALERMO -
Lakefront summer cot-
tage, furnished 3br/1.5ba
$3000/1 mo. $5,000/2
mos. $6,000/3mos. Call
cell 772-284-2255

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PERRY FLORIDA
Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres a small
rural town approx. 50mi
SE of Tallahassee. Beau-
tiful pool & patio area
w/tall privacy fence, Gaz-
ebo with hot tub. Re-
duced $239,000. Call
1-386-658-3378 or cell
1-386-208-2589
REALLY RETIRED Af-
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Home/Condos/Land.
Great Community in Mid-
dle Georgia. Call for com-
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1-800-741-5681
TENNESSEE Affordable
Homes & Land at the
Foothills of the Great
Smoky Mountains. Visit
my website www.
Donna David Realty. com
Donna David at Realty
Executives Associates in
Maryville, TN. 865-
604-6339, 865-983-0011
TENNESSEE
Beautifully Inexpensive.
Cost of living 17% below
National Average! Low
taxes & no state! Near,
shopping & schools. Golf,
fishing, boating & horse-
back riding. 1Acre Home-
sites from $19,900
($145/mo.) City water,
paved roads, electric &
clubhouse. Owner financ-
ing. Complete home &
land package $124,900.
No hidden costs!
1-888-811-2168
TENNESSEE Cumber-
land Plateau, 56+/- acres
near Monteagle, TN.
Beautiful hardwood tim-
ber & majestic creeks.
Great private getaway or
excellent development
property. Will subdivide.
2995/ac. 931-946-5263
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN 2 Acre wooded
homesites. Breathtak-
ing Tennessee River
View. Low Residential
Property Taxi No State
Income Tax, No Impact
Feel Excellent Owner
Financing! Ask about
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1-888-358-1020
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PORT ST. LUCIE West
3/2 Gated Magnolia
Lakes. Resort style living.
Comm pool, tennis. Inc
Internet, cable, & alarm
$900/mo 772-812-9493


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 $1225/mo.
772-489-0180



PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS Sandalwood Es-
tates 2/2.5 newly remod-
eled, all appliances. Top
location, Best Value
$1050/mo (good credit
discount) 561-346-5409


GATLINBURG TENN
Smokey Mtn chalet on
trout streams. April/May
couple special, 4 nights
$333.33 5 nights $444.44
Dollywood 800-404-3370
countryelegancecabins.com
GATLINBURG-
Springtime in the
Smokies! Plan your
break now. 2 & 3
bedroom chalets with
mountain views, hot tubs,
Jacuzzis, game rooms.
877-215-3335
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HAWKINS '89 34' "A",
460E, 35,7000 miles,
new tires, batteries, cool
system, 5.5 gen, cam-
era, levelers, queen,
banks, 2 a/c & tvs, solar
Compare to Bluebird,
beautiful condition!
$12,800 772-778-5538


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136 acres, Hunters para-
dise / timber investment,
$1875/ac. No sub-divid-
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage 2 Acre
Beautiful Homesite, Mil-
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Utilities, Overlooking-
Tennessee River. Close
to Marina, Schools,
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Down, Owner Financingl
1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
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taking Views. Streams,
Cabins Owner Financing
Call 1-888-939-2968
TEXAS LAND Liquidation
Salel 20Acre Ranches.
Only 50minutes from
BOOMING El Paso.
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$14,900, $500/down,
$145/mo. 1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
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road access. Only
$14,900 $200/down,
$145per/mo. Money back
guarantee. No credit
checks 1-800-755-8953
www.sunsetranches.com
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TIONII 20-acres, Near
BOOMING El Paso.
Good Road Access. Only
$14,900.$200/down,$145
per/mo. Money Back
Guarantee. No Credit
Checks. 1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
TIMESHARE RESALES
The cheapest way to
Buy, Sell, and Rent Time-
shares. No Commissions
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1-877-494-8246 or go to
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VA, 121.5 acres, hunting
cabin. Meadows of Dan
near Blue Ridge Park-
way. Stream runs thru
property $687,300 United
Country Lambert Realty
276-694-2646 see photos
online AD# 51917 www.
hometownnewsol.com


STUART Crystal Lake
Luxury Townhomes. Se-
cluded community with
spacious 2br/2ba that
includes 24hr Fitness
Center & W/D hook-ups.
Small pets ok. Ask about
our Move In Specials.
One month FREE. Call
772-223-1224



FORT PIERCE 2
buildings, 2500sqft. apt &
warehouse, 2 garages,
Fenced prop w 6' chain
link. Okeechobee Road.
$275,000 772-971-8547
see photo online at
www.HometownNewsOL.
com ad # 52189
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ESCAPE SUMMER
HEATI 2/1.5 Condo St.
Lawrence River Upstate
New York. $1500 disc.
for, 3mos. 321-951-4404
www.vrbo.com/125971




MARATHON. LUXURY
vacation homes. Ocean
Front. Amenities: heated
Spool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials!
1-888-564-5800
american-paradise.com


BUICK RENDEVOUS FORD AEROSTAR XLT
'03 Garage kept, 62k mi., 1995 Handicap van with
Meticuously maintained, Harmar Mobility lift and
Needs nothing You won't scooter. Van runs great
find a nicer one for sale lift & scooter like new.
$10,500obo Backup camera &
772-519-2638 monitor. $3,900/obo
Classified 772-460-0074
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Center console, 90HP
Yamaha, float-on trailer,
depth finder/GPS, VHF,
trolling motor, bimini top
and extras! $14,800 obo
772-873-2152
21' WELLCRAFT -
Cuddy cabin, trailer.
Ready for water. Must go
Health problems.
1-508-801-3245 cell
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22'2" REGAL 2007
Volvo/Penta 5.0 Stern Dr.
includes Extended warr
26.7 Hrs. Dry storage
$28,500 321-953-8020
AVON, 8' Soft bottom,
inflatable with seat and
motor stand. Fun boat!
$500 321-775-6942
PATHFINDER 22' Tour-
nament XL '07, F250,
trolling motor, GPS, SS
prop, dual axel trailer
$40,000 772-341-6105
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WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,
acreage & investment
property. Views & creeks.
Free color brochure.
Western Carolina Real
Estate Company, Inc.
Murphy, NC. www.
WesternCarolinaRE.com
1-800-924-2635



3 TIMESHARES 1 week.
Las Vegas Jan-May.
$2000. Ormond Beach
$1500 & Orlando $3000
week 50. 321-632-7291
TIMESHARE RESALES:
Save 60-80% off retail!
Best resorts & seasons.
For free timeshare maga-
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VERO BEACH Ocean
Reef. Ocean & pool view.
1BR, red/prime time,
week 47 Thanksgiving
time $3800
321-609-1826





VERO STRIP Center.
Income, location, cap
rate, mint condition. Fully
leased $1.85m. VERO
LANDMARK Corner. 2.5
acres. + 4000 sq ft build-
ing. General commercial.
Lift station. Ample park-
ing. Sale or lease.
$899K772-489-0180



LAKEWOOD PARK:
1.8 +/- Acres, Zoned
Neighborhood Commer-
cial.. Will divide. Next to
four communities: Por-
tofino, Spanish Lakes,
Holiday Pine & Indian
Pine. Can build 12,000
sq ft building. $390,000
772-873-0135



Investors & Homebuy-
ers! Bank owned listed
below market value.
www.realestatestan.com


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





REDIIEI
PORT ST. LUCIE
Village Green area. 1200
sqft, with office &
bathroom. CBS, 2 roll-up
doors, 3 years old.
$895/mo 772-971-5420
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Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
Oceanfront wedding $349
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$129nite 904-825-1911
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TRUCK CARPET
cleaner. Truck mounted
carpet, steam cleaner,
1996 Ford van. Runs
excellent. All hoses and
wands included. Ready
for, business today!
Asking $9,500.
386-426-1575
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Reduced 10,0001
SEA RAY SUNDANCER
'06,Generator, GPS, dual
Marc cruisers, Windlass,
full head, sleeps 5, low
hours, like new. Asking
$99,500 386-527-2103



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


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