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Vol. 5, No. 6


This Week


SPORTS
Boxing returned to Palm
Beach Gardens last week-
end, with several bouts at
PGA National. The
event was sponsored, ,..
in part, by HTN. .


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friend or
foe? How to


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schedule


The arts



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;Kravis Center in West Palm
'Beach this weekend


Index
Business .................................. A7
Community calendar ...... Al
Classified ................................ B6
Crossword .............................. B5
jrath ............................ A10
Dirnlng r . Entertainment '... B1
Spring ,ij.dje ................ B2
Ho r c:. - p. - ........................... Bl
S .P,.:li.-e Re-Fp:rt ........................ A5
Sp.o rit . .............................. B 4
,Yie p ,:,iri .............................. A 6
S Week in -Rview .................... A3


Road


work


ahead
BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
NORTH PALM BEACH
- Representatives from
the Florida Department
of Transportation shared
proposed improvements
to area roadways with
interested North Palm
Beach residents at a
meeting in Village Hall
last week.
Work, including resur-

I See ROAD, A2


Arrests made in attempted


armed robbery at bank


BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer


NORTH PALM BEACH -
The North Palm Beach
Police Department made
two arrests last week in an
attempted armed robbery
at a local bank in March.
Sergio Rivera and Grego-
ry Andrew were arrested
and charged with attempt-
ed armed robbery and are
being held in the Palm
Beach County Jail. Federal
charges are pending, said
North Palm Beach Police
detective Joe Yungk.
A man dressed in black
who had his face covered


to hide his
identity,
and hold-
ing a silver
handgun,
entered
Com -m
m e r c e
merce
Bank at
316 North-
lake Blvd.,
a r o u n d Sergio Rivera
7:30 p.m.,
on March 1, North Palm
Beach Police Chief Steve
Canfield previously told
Hometown News.
Three employees were
present at the time, said
detective Yungk.


The man took one
employee back to the vault,
another one was out of the
suspect's sight and another
one hid under her desk and
called 911. The suspect did
not make off with any
money and took off before
police arrived, Chief Can-
field said.
The Palm Beach County
Sheriff's Office responded
to the call, as did North
Palm Beach Police. Officers
from the sheriff's team
cleared the bank and
ensured that all the
employees were out after


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REACHING FOR INNER PEACE


A


Hobie Hiler/staff photographer
Cheryle Dittmer of Palm Beach Gardens and other students participate in yoga on the beach last Saturday morn-
ing. The class, part of the Barefoot Yoga Studio, meets every Saturday at 9 a.m. at Ocean Cay Park in Jupiter and
costs $7.




Newest city park now open


BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer


PALM BEACH GAR-
DENS - The second
phase of City Park, located
at Central Boulevard and
117 St., opened to the
public on April 16, with a
ribbon- cutting ceremony
by city officials and chil-
dren from the Riverside
Youth Enrichment Pro-
gram, said Charlotte Pre-
sensky, city recreation


director.
"Many of our staff
worked tirelessly to put it
together," said Council-
woman Jody Barnett dur-
ing an April 17 council
meeting.
"The name City Park
doesn't do it justice."
Ms. Presensky said
phase 1 of the park fea-
tured basketball courts, a
playground, a pavilion
and handball courts,
while phase 2 includes


tennis courts, three-wall
racquetball courts, a
nature trail, shade over
the playground and park-
ing spaces.
"Both phase 1 and 2 are
approximately an acre
each," said Tim Kasher,
project manager for City
Park. "Phase 1 was com-
pleted in July 2004. Phase
2 was completed in March
2008."
Ms. Presensky said
completing the facilities


at City Park was made
possible through two
$200,000 grants from the
Florida Recreation Devel-
opment Assistance pro-
gram.
The city matched both
grants with recreation
impact fees, she said.
There are three types of
impact fees in Palm Beach
Gardens: recreation,
police and fire, Ms. Pre-
) See PARK, A4


Budget workshop yields few results


BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer


PALM BEACH GARDENS
- Only a handful of resi-
dents showed up to a city
budget workshop held on
May 1, and Palm Beach Gar-
dens Council members had
few answers for those who
did present their concerns.
"We're here to listen to our
residents," said Mayor Eric


Jablin. "We're really not pre-
pared for specific questions."
A majority of the issues
raised by residents centered
on the city staff's salaries and
roles within their depart-
ments, while' officials said
they would have rather
heard concerns about recre-
ation programs.
The city will not know this
year's workable budget until
the property appraiser


comes out with its results on
June 1, Mayor Jablin said.
Resident Pat Hughey, who
said she has lived in the city
for 40 plus years, asked
council members to reveal
the number of staff within
the city and its departments
and their roles, as well as if
any benefits packages would
be changed.
She said she would also
like information on the pay


increase to the city manager,
the steps taken to evaluate
his performance and the
length of his contract.
Shady Lakes resident
Eileen ITcker said she was
billed $183.49 for 11 hours of
records gathering by the city,
which she asked to be reim-
bursed for, as she said such
information should be
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FRIDAY, May 9, 2008



City

budget


earns


honors
BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer
PALM BEACH GARDENS
- The city of Palm Beach
Gardens recently received
the Government Finance
Officers Association award
- a distinguished nation-
wide budget award - for
the 11th consecutive year.
) See BUDGET, A4


Memorial

golf

outing

planned

Foundation for
Amanda Buckley
holds first
tournament
BY PURVI DESAI
Staff writer
PALM BEACH GARDENS
- The Give a Smile to a Child
Foundation, formed in honor
of Amanda Buckley, the 18-
year-old Palm Beach Gardens
High School softball standout
who was murdered last July,
will hold its first annual golf
tournament on May 17.
The tournament will be
held at the Palm Beach Gar-
dens Golf Course, on North-
lake Boulevard, 4 miles past
the Beeline Highway, said
Vickie Havnar, chairwoman
of the foundation, and a per-
sonal friend of the Buckley
family.
The event will raise funds
to help children and families
) See GOLF, A3



Better


yourself


in eight


weeks

Self-esteem
course is big
draw
BY SARAH STOVER
Staff writer
PALM BEACH GARDENS
- A course that has been
offered for more than 19
years still gets plenty of stu-
dents; maybe because its'
subject matter, self-esteem,
is so relevant.
People with low self-
esteem can suffer from anx-
iety, 'depression, have prob-
lems in their relationships
and may be more vulnera-
ble to drug or alcohol use,
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Course
From page Al
according to information
posted on the Web site of
the Counseling and Mental
Health Center at the Uni-
versity of Texas at Austin.
A free, eight-week course
aimed at improving self-
esteem and taught by
Kenneth White, a minister
and pastor of the Worship
Center, that meets at
Dwyer High School in Palm
Beach Gardens each Sun-
day, will begin on May 14,
in room 200 of Palm Beach
Gardens High School.
The course is held from 6
p.m. to 7 p.m., every
Wednesday. Although the
courses are ongoing, the
next session starts at an
opportune time, as May is
National Mental Health
and Teen Self-Esteem
month, according to
www.Brownielocks.com.
"(The class) is the best
cure for depression," said
PastorWhite.
He began offering the
class after he recognized
that most of the people he
was helping at a previous
church in Fort Lauderdale
were greatly aided by self-
esteem exercises. Pastor
White wanted to continue
the courses when he relo-
cated to this area, and
adapted the course some-
what, as he tries out tech-
niques written about by
therapists and self-esteem
gurus.
However, the majority of
his classes are based off
teachings from psycholo-
gist's Nathaniel Brandon's
books.
"He's considered to be
the foremost expert on
self-esteem improvement,"
said Pastor White.
When the class meets,
they do a lot of writing
exercises, and the topics
vary based on chapters in
the Brandon books, such
as self-acceptance and
acknowledging the
younger self within your-
self, he said.
"The reason (for the


exercises) is when people
put things in writing it
makes it real to them. It
brings things out of their
subconscious," said Pastor
White, adding that most of
the people who attend the
courses do not have good
self-esteem because they
do not have real expecta-
tions ofthemselves&,
"They're not being hon-
est with themselves, and
people usually don't realize
they're not honest with
themselves," he said.
Writing is not all the stu-
dents do, though.
"It is a classroom situa-
tion, and they have oppor-
tunities to have discus-
sions, but they can also be
silent," he said.
They can also throw out
the writing afterward since
it's done what it was meant
to do, he said.
Students vary from those
who voluntarily take the
course to those referred to
it by the court system to
resolve anger issues or
those recovering from
addictions. He also gets
students either going
through a divorce or those
who are recently divorced.
No matter what brings
them there, he notices the
difference the course
makes in all his students.
"I can watch people
change week by week. They
start overcoming addic-
tions and depression. Their
marriages get better, and if
they had come without
their spouse, they usually
bring him or her after a few
times," said PastorWhite.
He has had students
return when they felt the
need for a self-esteem
boost.
"They just find so much
help from it, that if events
in their life make them
regress, they come back.
I've had people take it
three or four times because
it's helped them," he said.

Palm Beach Gardens
High School is located at
4245 Holly Drive. Call (561)
624-4358 for more infor-
mation.


Road
From page Al
facing, will be done on State
Road 811, or Alternate A1A
as it is more commonly
known, from Burns Road to
RCA Boulevard, and on
State Road 805, or North-
lake Boulevard, from U.S. 1
to Alternate A1A.
"Most roads get resur-
faced every 10 years or so.
All the roadways that are
run by the state need to get
evaluated every so often,
and if the ride ability falls
below our standards, they
need to be repaved," said
Donovan Pessoa, FDOT's
project manager for these
sites.
When these roads were
inspected, some cracks
were noticed, and if a road-
way cracks too much, water
gets to the base, which will
ruin it, he said.
However, repaving these
stretches are not the only
changes.
The department also
plans on changing the yield
sign at the southbound
right turn lane at the Alter-
nate A1A and Northlake
Boulevard intersection to a
stop sign, extending the
east-and west-bound left
turn lanes on Northlake at
the Prosperity Farms Road
intersection, eliminating
the westbound left turn
lane at the Alternate A1A
and Northlake intersection
and upgrading pavement
markings, according to a
public information meeting
notice on the DOT's Web
site.
It is also in the works to
upgrade the existing traffic
signal at the intersection of
Alternate A1A and North-
lake Boulevard. The signal is
currently on a span wire
and that will be replaced
with a mast arm to better
facilitate people who are
handicapped (by providing
more room), said Mr. Pes-
soa.
The FDOT makes neces-
sary upgrades when
improving areas to comply
with the American with Dis-
abilities Act. For instance, if
wheelchairs cannot get
around existing electrical
poles, that is a safety issue,"
he said.
Also, the existing traffic,
barriers along the two,
bridges on Northlake
Boulevard will be replaced;
with crashworthy barriers.
"The attachment on the�
bridges is not to code any-
more," said Mr. Pessoa.
Items such as these
became safety issues after a
period of time.
Good news for residents
is that the replacements will
be made without having to:
close the bridges, as they
will not have to be on the
road to do the work, he said.
The project, which costs:
an estimated $7.2 million, is
being paid for with state
and federal funds, said Mr.
Pessoa.
All of the aspects will be
worked on simultaneously,
and work will probably start
in May or June 2010 and
take about a year to finish,
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Golf
From page Al
who are beset with financial
hardships due to unforeseen
tragedies, according to a
foundation press release.
"Some of the monies will go
towards scholarships for col-
lege," Ms. Havnar said, adding
that the 501c3 foundation was
formed last September by the
Buckley family.
The foundation held its first
fundraiser Feb. 9, when state
and city officials were on hand
to dedicate the Amanda
Buckley Field of Dreams, con-
sidered one of the oldest fields
in Palm Beach Gardens, dat-
ing back to the 1950s. The
event raised approximately
$10,000, Ms. Havnar said.
The golf tournament will
start with breakfast and regis-
tration at 7:30 a.m., followed
by practice at the range, with
tee-off at 9 a.m., she said.
Food will be served on the
golf course after 10 a.m., and
snacks will be available at the
clubhouse during the tourna-
ment, Ms. Havnar said.
At the end of the tourna-
ment, a lunch/dinner will be
served between 2 p.m. and 3
p.m., followed by awards and
prizes at approximately 3:15
p.m., she said. A DJ will spin
music between 3 p.m. and


Amanda Buckley


7:30 p.m., and the event will
culminate with silent auc-
tions and raffles, Ms. Havnar
said.
Food served on the golf
course will include hamburg-
ers, hot dogs and wings, while
the lunch/dinner will feature
a barbeque theme, she said.
"People are encouraged to
bring friends," Ms. Havnar
said, adding that a ticket for a
golfer plus their companion is
$25, including food.
All proceeds from the event
will benefit the Give a Smile to
a Child Foundation. The
foundation is also accepting
donations of door prizes and
gift certificates from the local
business community to make
this event a success, accord-
ing to the release.
"This means a lot for the
Buckley's as this was their


only child that they lost," Ms.
Havnar said about the foun-
dation's purpose. "This is a
very good thing for the com-
munity. Amanda's parents
have been very, very involved
in the community for years
and years."
The tournament will be
held annually. A college-expo-
sure softball tournament will
be held at the stadium from
Oct. 2-4, Ms. Havnar said.
Jason Shenfeld, 26, also a
Palm Beach Gardens resident,
was arrested and charged
with Ms. Buckley's murder. In
October he was found guilty
of violating his probation, in
connection with this crime,
from a 2002 robbery convic-
tion, and sentenced to 15
years in prison.
Ms. Buckley's body was
found in the closet of his bed-
room at his parents' home last
July. The Palm Beach County
medical examiner deter-
mined the cause of death was
strangulation.
No trial date has been set.
State officials have said they'll
seek the death penalty in the
case.
For further information or
assistance, e-mail the Give a
Smile to a Child Foundation
at softballangel@giveasmile-
toachild.com or visit the Web
sites www.softballangel.com
or www.
giveasmiletoachild.com.


Workshop
From page Al


"accessible" to residents at all
times.
"Something is terribly
wrong with our human
resources department and
our IT department," she said,
adding that two hours of
budget workshop is not suffi-
'cient for residents to assist
with the budget.
Another budget workshop,
the second of two, is sched-
uled for May 15 at 6 p.m. at
City Hall chambers.
Ms. Tucker said she wants
more information on how city
vehicles are used, which ones
and why they are taken home,
and who pays for gas.
She suggested the city start
charging non-residents a fee
for attending city functions
such as "Dancing with the
Stars."


"I'd like to get answers,
because so many times we
ask the questions, but don't
really get answers," Ms. Tuck-
er said.
Hudson Bay Drive resident
John Chaplik told the city
council that they should be
careful on capital expendi-
tures due to a change in real
estate tax laws.
"The driver in the city
before was property taxes, real
estate taxes," he said. "Times
are different now. Now if you
look at the progress in the city,
it is basically dead."
Mr. Chaplik suggested city
council delay adding to the
fleet of transportation vehi-
cles for the moment, and take
a deep look at employee
salaries. He said many busi-
nesses and the school district


have currently restricted the
rate of increase in salaries for
employees in exchange for
providing job security.
"We have some very, very
good people in the city," Mr.
Chaplik said. "I'd like to see us
retain this as much as possi-
ble."
Fellow Hudson Bay Drive
resident Carolyn Chaplik said
this year is "a tough year with
tough times," and agreed with
Mr. Chaplik that she would
like to see employees
retained.
"We have really good peo-
ple here," she said. "I think we
should get rid of the non-
essential, not-filled posi-
tions."
Ms. Chaplik suggested that


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PALM BEACH GARDENS

Motorcycle driver dies in crash

Donovan A. Francis, 37, of Stuart, was
killed in a crash on April 27 while driving
his 2003 Suzuki motorcycle on Military
Trail at the intersection of Garden Lakes
Drive, said a press release from the Palm
Beach Gardens Police Department.
Mr. Francis was northbound on Military
Trail in the left turn lane at approximately
9 p.m., Sunday night. As he continued
north through the intersection, he struck
the center median, police said.
"Due to the collision with the median,
Francis was ejected off of the motorcycle
onto the roadway," according to the
report. "Francis was not wearing a hel-
met."
Mr. Donovan was transported to St.
Mary's Hospital in West Palm Beach in crit-
ical condition, and died from his injuries
on April 30, police said.

Boy, 7, steals car,
drives around town

People thought they were seeing things
when they noticed a young male driver
who could "barely see over the steering
wheel" in a Dodge Durango in a store's
parking lot on Northlake Boulevard last
week.
It turned out to be 7-year-old Latarion
Milton, who took his grandmother's car
for a joy ride on April 25, leaving a path of
destruction behind him, all because his
parents told him he could not play out-
side, according to a police report.
While Latarion's grandmother, Vikkita
Stratford, visited her daughter at the 300
block of Sandtree Drive, her grandson had
taken the car keys "off the kitchen counter
and left with the car," police said.
The child went from the newly opened
Gander Mountain to Costco Wholesale
Club and did not stop, despite crashing
into a couple of vehicles in the parking lot,
police said.
Finally, Latarion had to stop at Invest-
ment Lane and Currency Drive when the
SUVs front passenger tire fell off after
crashing into a curb, police said.
During the 8-minute ride, the white car
struck two mailboxes on Burma Road, two
parked cars in the Costco parking lot and
two moving vehicles at the corner of Park
Avenue West and Congress Avenue, police
said.
The 4-foot, 120-pound boy didn't injure
anyone, hbut was charged with stealing a


vehicle and returned to his family, police
said.
Ms. Stratford said she would punish her
grandson for taking her car without per-
mission, police said. No further charges
have been filed against the tyke.

Tempers flare during
road rage incident

Two retirees' tempers flared up at a
green light on Sunrise Drive at Northlake
Boulevard on April 28, when 59-year-old
Edsel Williams of Lake Park failed to turn
and was cut off by 55-year-old Nikolaos
Giannoutsos of Palm Beach Gardens,
police said.
Mr. Williams got out of his car and
approached Mr. Giannoutsos, after the lat-
ter passed him shouting, "Was the light
not green enough for you?" according to a
police report.
Mr. Williams, who was arrested on car
burglary charges, argued with Mr. Gian-
noutsos, before reaching into his car,
punching him in the face and then taking
off in his truck, police said.
A witness later identified Mr. Williams at
his Australian Circle home after police
traced his license, police said. Mr. Williams
was arrested and charged with car burgla-
ry and simple battery, police said.

Leukemia Society
kicks off fundraiser

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
kicked off its 2008 campaign to raise funds
for leukemia survivors on April 1 at the
Metronome restaurant in PGA Commons
in Palm Beach Gardens, said spokes-
woman Darby Collins.
The nine-week fundraising competition
will end on June 1, when the winners of the
society's Man and Woman of the Year,
selected from seven candidates who raised
the highest amount of money, will be
announced, she said.
Last year, candidates raised more than
$565,000 for blood cancer research and
patient services, above the set goal of
$245,000, she said, and this year's targeted
amount is $345,000.
All participants raise funds in honor of
the Boy and Girl of the Year, who this year
are Daisy Healey from North Palm Beach
and Jarod Malnik from Ocean Ridge, Ms.
Collins said.
Daisy is a survivor of acute lymphocytic
leukemia, also known as ALL, and Jarod is

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'ing the day.
Trees were planted near
the pavilion in conjunc-
tion with the Great Ameri-
can Cleanup, Ms. Presen-
sky said. There have been
three tree plantings at City
Park since it opened, and
they include cypress and
maple trees, Mr. Kasher
said.
The park is located next
to the city's tennis center
and is free and open to
everybody, Ms. Presensky
said.
"I know people who
have used it, enjoy it and
the parking lot is packed
every night," she said.
"Right now, it is a neigh-
borhood park that people
can walk to and bike to, as
well as enjoy taking walks
there."
Ms. Presensky said the
city has land adjacent to
City Park available future
expansion, but currently
there are no plans to do
so.


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Budget
From page Al
Cheryl Summers, assis-
tant financial director at
GFOA, presented the award
to the city during a council
meeting on April 17.
"It's a pretty prestigious
honor," said Allan Owens,
city finance administrator.
"I'm very pleased. I think it
shows the level of compe-
tence and dedication on the
part of not just finance staff,
but a lot of other depart-
ments involved in it."
He said the award was a
result of teamwork and ded-
ication on part of the leader-
ship of city manager Ron
Ferris, and city council.
"They give us direction
and the tools to meet those
criteria," Mr. Owens said.
The GFOA is an organiza-
tion that not only encom-
passes the U.S., but also
Canada, which means hun-
dreds of cities are eligible to
win the roughly 1,000
awards presented every
year, he said.
There are tough criteria to
meet in order to earn this
valued award, Mr. Owens
told council during their
meeting.
Within each category of
assessment, a municipality
can only proceed if it has a
rating of proficient or better,
he said.


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Restrictions: Lane closures
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"It is really a collective
effort of many individuals in
different departments," Mr.
Owens said.
The budget document is
judged on four broad areas
on how it acts as a policy
document, financial plan,
operations guide and com-
munications device, he said.
"Within those four broad
criteria, there is a lengthy set
of things reviewers look for,"
Mr. Owens said.
Some requirements of the
document as a financial
plan should be to include
and describe all funds that
are subject to appropria-
tion, present a summary of
major revenues and expen-
ditures, as well as other
financing sources and uses,
and provide an overview of
the total resources budgeted
by the organization, accord-
ing to GFOA guidelines pro-
vided by Mr. Owens.
As an operations guide,
some of the requirements
for the budget document
include describing activi-
ties, services or functions
carried out by organization-
al units and providing
objective measures of
progress toward accom-
plishing the government's
mission, as well as goals and
objectives for specific units
and programs, according to
GFOA guidelines.
As a communications
device, part of the budget
document should provide
summary information,
including an overview of
significant budgetary issues,
trends and resource choices,
and explain the effect, if any,
of other planning processes,
such as strategic plans,
long-range financial plans
and capital improvement
plans, upon the budget and
the budget process, accord-
ing to GFOA guidelines.
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objectives of the city's
strategic management plan
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six-lanes.
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Restrictions: Lane closures
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versial issues, establishing
railroad quiet zones and
developing a proactive plan
for western growth.
An example ofa policy ini-
tiative on part of the admin-
istration is to inform resi-
dents of the city council's
and departments' ongoing
initiatives and activities.
Budget operating policies
outline that the
city should avoid budget
overspending, adequately
maintain and repair city
structures, and aggressively
seek state and federal funds
for capital projects.
SThe budget document
includes in-depth budget
summaries of revenues and
expenditures from all
departments within the city.
It also outlines each
department's goal and
objectives within the same,
such as the human
resources department,
which has an objective to
managing comprehensive
training programs to sup-
port a knowledgeable, well-
trained, productive work-
force to serve residents.
Another example of a goal
outlined within a city
department is that of the
police department, to
increase the levels of service
for city-provided services
and facilities, while main-
taining fiscal responsibility.
According to GFOA
requirements, a few require-
ments of a budget docu-
ment, as a policy document,
include having a coherent
statement of the city's long-
term financial policies and
non-financial goals, and
objectives that address
long-term concerns and
issues. It should also
describe the city's short-
term initiatives for the
budget and include a budg-
et message to articulate pri-
orities and issues for the
new fiscal year.
Mr. Owens said the city
applies for the GFOA each
year, and will apply again
next year.

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Name: Tad Johnson
Description: age: 39; race: white;
sex: male; height: 6 feet; weight: 185
pounds; brown hair and hazel eyes
Identifying marks: Tattoos on right
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Last known address: Richard
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Name: Janet Malverty
Description: age: 30; race: white;
sex: female; height: 5 feet, 4 inches;
weight: 120 pounds; brown hair and
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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.

North Palm Beach
Police Department

*Edwardo Quintana, 38,
4664 Vilma Lane, West Palm
Beach, was arrested April 29
and charged with
larceny/grand theft, burglary,
damaging property, burglary
of tools, and grand larceny of a
firearm.

eFelton Coleman, 43,331W.
21st. St., Riviera Beach, was
arrested May 1 and charged
with possession of more than
20 grams of marijuana, dis-
tributing marijuana and pos-
session of narcotic equip-
ment.

*John Humphries, 58, 151
Lakeside Drive, Jupiter, was
arrested May 1 and charged
with eluding police with an
active siren and petite larceny.


Palm Beach Gardens
Police Department

*Johnie Larkins, 18, 304
Cypress Drive, Lake Park,
was arrested April 25 and
charged with robbery with a
firearm, robbery with a
weapon, larceny, resisting
an officer without violence
and destroying evidence.

*Joshua Sheppard, 18, 610
W. 36th St., Riviera Beach,
was arrested April 25 and
charged with robbery with a
firearm and larceny.

*Edsel Williams, 49, 339
Austrailian Circle, Lake
Park, was arrested April 27
and charged with burglary
with assault and simple bat-
tery.

*Jeffrey Medgebow, 49,
616 Clearwater Park Road,
U-10, West Palm Beach, was
arrested April 28 and
charged with larceny.

*James Jones, 18, 1160 W.
Blue Heron Blvd., C, Riviera
Beach, was arrested April 29
and charged with robbery


with a firearm, larceny, elud-
ing police and destroying
evidence.

*Michael Minuto, 27,
15928 86th Road, Loxa-
hatchee, was arrested April
30 and charged with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescrip-
tion, possession of
marijuana with intent to sell
within 1,000 feet of a wor-
ship center or business, pos-
session of less than 20 grams
of marijuana and posses-
sion of narcotic equipment.

*Alicia Destefano, 48, 1137
Vintner, Palm Beach Gar-
dens, was arrested May 1


and charged with cruelty
toward a child/aggravated
abuse and neglecting a child
without great harm.

*Benjamin Louissaint, 35,
17 Selby Lane, Palm Beach
Gardens, was arrested May 1
and charged with cruelty
toward a child/abuse with-
out great harm.

Palm Beach County
Sheriff's Office

*Rossana Alvarez, 33, 1335
13th Trail, Palm Beach Gar-
dens, was arrested April 28
and charged with failure to
appear for a felony offense.


Bank
From page Al


the incident.
Detective Yungk was on
site that night and began
his investigation. The
employees told him that
the suspect, "had man-
nerisms of an employee,"
during his interviews with
them after the attempt.
For instance, the sus-
pect told the teller he took
to the vault to "get the
keys" and pointed to the
drawer they are kept in,
according to the probable
cause affidavit.
Also, the suspect
entered the front door,
but exited through the
back door, which is hid-
den from public view, said
detective Yungk.
The other witness later


said she remembered
thinking the suspect
sounded like one of her
co-workers and had a
similar walking style and
body shape, according to
the affidavit.
The employee involved
turned out to be Mr.
Rivera, 22, a customer
service representative
who started working at
the bank in September.
The other suspect, Mr.
Andrew, was not an
employee, but an
acquaintance of Mr.
Rivera's. They worked
together at the Continen-
tal Club in West Palm
Beach, according to the
affidavit.
The lead on him came


from an outside, confi-
dential source, said detec-
tive Yungk.
"Another key to (figur-
ing out who was involved)
was the bank surveillance
video, which caught a car
leaving about 10 to 12
seconds after the back
alarm went off, and it had
only arrived shortly
before that," he said.
Although Mr. Andrew
did not enter the bank, he
drove the 1992 white
Cadillac, or get-away car,
seen in the surveillance
video. The car was rela-
tively easy to identify as it
had unique marks, said
detective Yungk.


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Workshop
From page A3


the city look into going private
with their public works sector,
and instead of a possible $2 mil-
lion expansion for computer
storage, they should look into
storing the data offsite.
"This way it would be more
cost-effective," she said.
Ms. Chaplik said the city
should also implement a 90-day
wait period on benefits for new
hires to save some extra money.
Councilman Joe Russo told
residents that council members
have met with staff to discuss
ways to save, and added that he
has challenged city staff to find
ways of saving.
"They could bring so much
additional cost savings," he
said.
Mr. Russo said salary issues
would be discussed internally,
but he wanted to hear more


from people about what the city
should do with recreation pro-
grams.
"Children and adults enjoy
that," he said. "I think those are
issues we need to look at as a
city."
Mayor Jablin said he wants to
hear even more concerns from
the 55,000 plus residents in the
city as they go forward with the
budget process.
City manager Ron Ferris said
employees have been doing
their "own soul-searching, so to
speak."
"We're looking for good ideas
to help us reduce expenditures
and increase revenues," he said.
"There's always personnel
issues. Over the last two years,
we have cut a whole lot of jobs
and :are -exploring 'possibilities
of more cuts this year, but not


too much."
Deputy Mayor David Levy
said he is looking at the priori-
ties of the city first, and added
that 53 percent of the budget
goes toward public safety,
which includes police and fire
rescue services.
"Recreation pays for itself
through use of its fees," he said.
The city events, a lot of them are
paid through contributions."
Allan Owens, the city's direc-
tor of finance, has said the city is
anticipating a loss of between
$2 and $3 million from the pas-
sage of Amendment 1 in Janu-
ary, not to mention other fac-
tors that could contribute to a
loss of funds.
Last year, the city's total budg-
et was $100 million, he has said.
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Thanks, North Palm Beach officers

Kudos to the North Palm Beach Public Department of Safety
for its presentation Alert Women are Ready for Anything or
AWARE, a women's awareness class presented on May 3 under
the direction of Officer Angela Williams and assisted by Officer
Tom Brendel.
Both officers were very well prepared, highly informative and
followed-up audience questions in-depth.
The class covered domestic violence issues and recognition,
tools of protection against violence and a tae kwon do presenta-
tion, with opportunity to practice defense maneuvers.
I left the seminar with a higher level of awareness of what I
can do to protect myself against acts of violence.
Thanks to the North Palm Beach Public Safety Department
for its concern for the safety and well being of its residents.
As a resident of North Palm Beach, I appreciate the level of
concern and care evident in both officers' presentations.

Shop price

As of this writing, gasoline prices have crossed the $4 mark for
premium and are quickly approaching $4 for regular.
I am a native of Palm Beach County for 46 years and have
seen the gasoline supply become scarce. I watched as prices
increased in the 80s and the 90s. Yet what I recall most was
when station owners needed customers and would do whatev-
er it might be to keep the customers coming back.
This past Thursday, I purchased regular gasoline for $3.69 at
the Sunoco on Indiantown Road in the Farms. Friday, wanting
to top-off for the weekend, I pulled into the Citgo on the same
roadjust a half -mile west and regular gasoline was $3.79. Better
yet, when I passed on Saturday morning, regular gasoline was
$3.82. All the while the price at Sunoco remained the same
$3.69.
Let's not make a bad situation worse, but how is a 13-cent dif-
ference right? There was a time when a station would stay close
in price to the station down the street. Guess who gets my busi-
ness? Let the high priced station keep its products. Shop price.
There is no "service" in service station anymore.

Struggling at any age

For the person who wrote, "Stop supporting taxes for the eld-
Serly" wherein the writer said, "young people cannot continue to
support their own families and elderly people."
If the person who wrote this letter is struggling now, what will
he or she do when they become elderly and there is no Social
Security?

SOn the lighter side
This rave is in response to the recent news story of a 69- year-
old who encountered an alligator in Pinellas County and called
911. ("Tampa-area woman finds 8-foot alligator in her
-kitchen.")
Alligators are usually found in or around fresh water, not in
Someone's home. But it makes for good material if one is a
writer and likes to find the humor in everyday life. (As a dis-
Sclaimer: If you see an alligator, do not approach, call wildlife
!authorities). Perhaps one might ponder what this alligator had
on its mind. Could it be:
"I am having a senior moment."
"Got any Gatorade?"
"I was looking for love in all the wrong places."
"Do you have any rooms for rent, perhaps with a pond view?"
"I prefer my coffee with cream?"
"I am a loner, but maybe we could get along."
"Just crawled in to say hi."
"It wasn't exactly easy getting in through the patio. Do you
think you could have left the door open?"
"I heard gator bites were on the menu and I am here to
protest."
"I know I am 'out of my zone,' but thought I would take a walk
on the wild side."
"I heard you were lonely and so I dropped in to add a little
'bite' to your life."
"I know that you live alone, and thought perhaps you might
have'bitten off' more than you can chew, so I am here to help."
"It looks a lot worse that it is."
"Looks are deceiving."
"Don't worry, my kitchen has more bacteria than yours any
day."
"I am a vegetarian, salad will do."
And finally, did you ever hear this one? "Better a meal of veg-
etables where there is love, than an alligator where there is
hatred." (Proverbs)

Held hostage by 'His' workers

Several months ago, someone wrote in telling how they were


"held hostage by 'His' workers" because they tried to leave
church early. If you are reading this, I would ask you to consider
another point of view.
B' ega former Catholic and now a Protestant, I have visited
man other churches and I can tell you this practice of leaving
early seems to be predominantly a Catholic one. And Catholics
everywhere do it, mostly to beat the rest of the people out to the
parking lot. It's easy because they're already up for communion,
so why not just keep going right out the door?
I never thought it disrespectful until I visited other denomi-
nations. In fact, I'm sure I did it a few times myself.
Communion is a time of intimate prayer. How can you do this
if you are scurrying out the door? It sounds like your church is
trying to discourage this and I commend them for that, but per-
haps they are going about it in the wrong way.
It is very unfortunate that your pastor didn't try to give you a
better answer than "it's the rules." It is so much more than that.
Unless there is a very good reason, why not stay until the end?
Mass is the celebration of the "Lord's supper." If you were visit-
ing a friend for dinner, would you "eat and run?"
Your church should not feel like a prison, and you're right, you
shouldn't have to be forced to stay. It should just be the natural
thing to do.

S Democrats, watch out
We Democrats are in trouble. The nation is in trouble, as (Sen.
Hillary) Clinton is not a credible candidate and (Sen. Barrack)
Obaima has ruined his name due to recent events.
I suggest Bill Bradley or Bill Graham.

Suicide or something else?

I heard that the Washington madam committed suicide. This
reminds me of the 60s when there were a lot of suicides regard-
ing activities in Washington, D.C. There should be more of an
investigation into this.

Being different isn't a crime

We, once again, are involved in a standoff between the fedss"
and those who think differently from most of us.
I'm referring to the children being held by mothers (and
fathers) in a compound near Eldorado, Texas.
From an "animus" phone call (shown to be from someone
with no connection) the feds felt it necessary to remove chil-
dren who might be "abused."
Where are we going when private property can be invaded
and families separated?
We seem to feel that it is better for the secular world to raise
children rather than those with different faith based ideals.
We often forget that we have been guaranteed freedom of
religion and assembly. There are laws we must obey, but they
must be proven, and the urgency of immediate action in over-
riding our rights must be proven.
Otherwise, we will tend to label all who are different as cults.
The incident in Eldorado, Texas, was only the latest to come
to the attention of the public. Fifteen years ago, there was a
strangely similar incident with much more tragic results in lives
lost.
It was the standoff with David Koresh at the compound of the
Fundamentamentalist Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints
inWalo, Texas. It was once again about saving the children. The
raid s s ordered and 70 adults (including Koresh) and 20 chil-
"dren died in the flames.
We must understand there are people who see things differ-
ently. If big brother knows better, we're in trouble. That knock at
the door of where you gather may be "them." It has happened
before, and continues to this day.

Beaches should have signs

Beach access points could all have signs stating, "Lifeguards
not on duty, swim at your own risk," and schedules where there
are lifeguards.


Also include information such as a phone number, Web
address or a nearby business to inquire where there are life-
guards on duty.
Some businesses might want to be listed and could offset the
cost of the sighs. Lifeguards are nice to have, but the cost is a big
factor and, there is not a way to pay for them short of charging
admission, which is not effective.
Making beachside residents and business pay for the life-
guards is not fair to them, especially residents (businesses
would only pass the cost on to the residents).
Just because they live there doesn't mean they swim in the
ocean. Beach access signs could also warn of danger of swim-
ming at times of day when sharks feed.

Better solution for oil

I would love to have a car that runs on water. I would also like
to be able to convert my lawn clippings into king crab legs, but
until these days arrive I am for a safer, more economical, abun-
dant, troop-friendly, alternative energy source, known as Amer-
ican crude oil
Every president since I was first permitted to vote 30 years ago
has been promising us that a new energy source lies just around
the comer. Well, this corner has been getting bigger and bigger
to the point that this promise has left us at the mercy of nations
and leaders who are no friend to us.
Our own governor is now in favor of drilling in Alaska, but not
off our own Gulf Coast. He dreams of cars that run on sugar
cane, and says that unsightly oil rigs would hinder our tourist
industry.
Although I like a lot of what our governor stands for, I must
say that if we do not make a serious effort to become energy
independent, travel will become a thing of the past for most
people.
At this point, we lead the world in clean standards. When they
catch up to us we can meet and talk over liberal peacetime frills,
such as climate control. But not before they improve their stan-
dards and we are again energy independent.
This day may be just around the corner.
Hillary Clinton is currently leaning to the right on gun owner-
ship and domestic oil exploration.
Maybe one day she will be shooting at some food behind the
cabin in Lake Wilnola, and up through the ground will come
some bubbling crude.

An idea about stamps

U.S. postage is going up May 12, and I have an idea for all of
you who have stamps of different denominations around the
house: donate them to your favorite charity.
The money you spend starting up your car to go to the post
office to buy penny stamps would probably exceed the amount
of money you'd be donating.
As for the charity, don't try and add penny stamps to get up to
the exact amount of postage on a letter. The frustration you'd
cause to yourself would probably exceed the few pennies you'd
be "wasting."
For instance, just go ahead and put two 37 cents stamps on
the letter. It won't kill you and you'll be better off in the long run.
Life's short. Be happy.

Driving laws are ridiculous

This is about the driving laws in Florida. I can't believe what is
going on. The state is giving out awards to cops who are pulling
over drunk drivers, when speeders and reckless drivers are just
as dangerous. When are laws are going to be done correctly?

Sons of Italy deserve kudos

Kudos to the Sons of Italy for speaking out against the hateful
remarks that Rev. Wright said against Italians. That would never
have been OK if it was said against blacks or Jews. I never under-
stood why comedians and the media get away with jokes
against Italians.


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Chili cook-off to benefit police, fire families


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH GARDENS
- Culinary masters
throughout the region will
join together for a Heart
Burner Chili Cook-Off to
benefit the Big Heart
Brigade on May 17 from
noon to 10 p.m. at the
Burns Road Community
Center, 4404 Burns Road in
Palm Beach Gardens
Throughout the day,
chefs, moms, fire station
personnel and others will
,prepare their finest chili


recipes from traditional Tex
Mex to "uber spicy" and
other varieties, including.
vegetarian, turkey and
bean-inspired recipes.
In the spirit of an election.
year, and of chili, everyone
can join judges and cast
votes for their favorites.
Categories include: "judges
choice," "people's choice,"
"best theme," "best fire
department," "hottest" and
"most unusual."
At 1 p.m., a neighbor-
hood softball game
between members of the


Palm Beach Gardens Fire
Station and Palm Beach
Gardens Medical Center
personnel, in recognition of
National Emergency Med-
ical Services week, will take
place.
Bounce houses, games, a
playground and hotdogs
and hamburgers will .be
featured during the event
so bring the kids;
From 7 p.m. to 10 p.m,
live music will feature
"favorites to dance and sing
by.
Admission: $5, children


under age 10 free.
Since 1992, the Big Heart
Brigade has been support-
ing the families of the fire
and police departments
throughout the year; and
feeding those in need each
Thanksgiving, thanks to the
support of the fire depart-
ments and volunteers from
many non-profit organiza-
tions.
'- The brigade is a 100 per-
cent volunteer organiza-
tion. Evtry dollar raised
goes directly back into the
community , ,


BUSINESS



Hometown News


brings home 23


awards from state


conference


STAFF REPORT


After returning with 12
awards from a national con-
ference a week ago, Home-
town News garnered almost
twice that number at a state
conference this past week-
end.
The community newspa-
per group won 23 awards at
the annual conference of
Community Papers of Flori-
da, an industry group repre-
senting 130 free community
publications throughout the
state.
More than 667 entries
were vying for honors at the
event, which was held in
Orlando May 1-3. Of the
publications entered,
Hometown News won the
second-highest number of
awards in the competition.
"It just gets better and
better every year," said Steve.
Erlanger, publisher and
chief operating officer. "But
we deserve it. We have the
hardest-working, most ded-.
icated and talented team in
the industry. It's a good feel-
ing to bring home stacks of
awards and show the staff
how their hard work all year
round pays off."
And the winners are:
Editorial awards
*Personal column, two
honorable mentions, Rob
Shelburne and Anita Bevins.
*News story, second
place, Warren Kagarise.
*Best original writing for a
feature or human interest
story, two honorable men-


tions, Warren Kagarise and
Darrell Johnson.
*Best original photogra-
phy used for a feature or
general interest story, first
place, Hobie Hiler, and hon-
orable mention, Cliff Part-
low.
* Best original photogra-
phy used for a community
news event, second and
third places, chief photogra-
pher, Mitch Kloorfain.
*Best original photogra-
phy used for a sports event,
second place, Mitch Kloor-
fain, and two honorable
mentions, Randy Barber
and Kaitlin Norton.
Retail advertising awards
*Spot color, third place,
Sara Bilak.
*Full-color process, half
page or less, honorable
mention, Sara Bilak.
*Dining and entertain-
ment, black and white, first
place, Sara Bilak.
-Professional services,
full-color process, more
than half page, third place
and honorable mention,
HTN production depart-
ment.
-Professional services,
full-color process, half page
or less, second place, HTN
production department.
*Theme promotion, sec-
ond place, Ivan Bermudez.
*Advertising campaign,
two honorable mentions,
Sara Bilak and Kelly Dunuja.
*Single sheet insert, hon-
orable mention, Ivan


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Earl Stewart says...

"CAR DEALERS*


SMARTEN UP"

YOUR CUSTOMERS ALREADY HAVE.
"EARL
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If our culture
sounds like one
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ideas on the way
business should
be conducted,
please call us.
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We need to add
to our team in all
departments...
sales, service,
parts, body shop,
and accounting.


An Open Letter to Florida Car Dealers.

Eliminate the "Dealer Fee".


Fellow Florida Car Dealers, if you don't
know me, I should tell you that I don't profess
to be some "holier than thou" car dealer who
was always perfect for the past 38 years.
When I look at some of my past advertising
and sales tactics, I am not always proud-
But I have evolved as my customers have
evolved. My customers' expectations, level
of education and sophistication are much
higher today. Your customers are no different.
My remarks are made sincerely and with a
positive intent toward you and your custom-
ers. I am not trying to tell you
how to run your business. I "MCy C
am suggesting a change that
will reward both you and your expectati
customers.
Virtually every car dealer ofeduca
in Florida adds a charge to
the price of cars he seWls, a sophistic
"dealer fee/dec fee/dealer
prep" fee ranging from $500 much high
to nearly $1,000. This extra
charge is programmed into ' "".: : "
your computer. It has been made illegal in
many states including California, but is still
legal in Florida. The reason you charge this
fee is simply to increase the price of the car
and your profit in such a manner that it is not
noticed by your customers. This is just plain
wrong. I used to charge a dealer fee ($495)
and when I stopped charging it a few years
aocI it was scary But I did it because I could
no longer in good conscience, mislead my
customers Just because everybody else
was doing Ihe same thing did not make it
correct


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


tion and Why am I writing this letter?
. I'm not going to tell you that
atioln ae I think of myself as the new
"sheriff" that has come to
ter today." "clean up South Florida" In
fact, I am well aware that this
''" ... ..". letter is, to some extent, self-
serving. Many people will read this letter and
learn why they should buy a car from me.
and not you. And. I am also aware that most
dealers who read this will either gel angry and
ignore II or not have the courage to follow my
lead. But maybe you will be the exception If
you have any interest in following my lead.
call me anytime I don't have a secretary and
I don'l screen any of my phone calls. I would
love to chat with you about Ihis
Sincerely


To find out more about what Earl thinks about buying a car, click on
www.earlstewartoncars.com
561-844*3461
Earl Stewart Toyota of North Palm Beach
1215 North US-1, North Palm Beach * Located In Lake Park, Florida
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Earl Stewart is the owner
and general manager of
Earl Stewart Toyota in
North Palm Beach. The
dealership is located at
1215 N. Federal Highway
in Lake Park. Contact him
at www.earlstewarttoy-
ota.com, call (561) 358-
1474, fax (561) 658-0746 or
e-mail earls@earlstewart-
toyota.com.
I'm sorry to have to
share this news with
you. I'm writing this


article on May 1, the last
day that the 2008 Florida
legislature meets.
This morning I got a
"jubilant" message from
Ted Smith, president of
the Florida Automobile
Dealers Association. This
message was e-mailed to
virtually every car dealer
in Florida because most
are members of this
association. It reads: Great
news: huge victories in the
Florida Legislature
"All of the attempts to


change Florida law
regarding your dealership
service fees appear to be
dead with session ending
today. SB 954 by Sen. Diaz
de la Portilla died in
committee and the
language he attached to a
FADA bill also died.
"These efforts to force
you to add a supplemental
disclosure sticker to the
vehicle window are now
dead. However, as a result
of advertising
discussions, we must get


serious about compliance
to avoid this attack next
year.'"
Later this afternoon, Mr.
Smith and the executive
committee of the FADA
invited me to meet with
them in Tampa on May 15.
They would like to discuss
areas of the dealer fee
issue that we can "com-
promise" on. I have agreed
to meet with them.
Needless to say, I'm
greatly disappointed
because I believed that
we would see compromise
bills signed into law this
year.
Obviously, what hap-
pened is that the FADA
lobbyists were able to
influence enough senators
to stall the bill in their
committee.
That's politics and the
way the game is played.
Every politician has two
priorities. The most
important is getting
elected and the second
most important is getting
re-elected. The FADA
raises large sums of


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money that is allocated to
those senators and
congressmen who "play
ball." You've heard the old
saying, "money is the
mother's milk of politics"
and this was never truer
than today.
But the good news is
that we are now playing in
the second half and we
will outscore the car
dealers. We have the only
two weapons that can
trump the money of the
FADA lobbyists.
They are: you, the car
buyers, aka, "the voters,"
and the media.
We have a full year to
raise the attention level of
every car buyer, newspa-
per, radio station, TV
station and Internet blog
to the car dealer's "license
to steal" made legal by
Florida law.
If you haven't already
done so, call my "No
Dealer Fee Hotline," (800)
909-9879 and record your
opposition to the dealer
fee. I receive an audio file
of every voice mail and
send these to the senators
and congressmen who will
decide on this issue.
Enter and encourage
others to enter my con-
test, the "Dealer Fee
Expos6 $1,000 Challenge."
Every Saturday morning,
between 9 a.m. and 10
a.m. through May 31, I will
announce a $100 winner
for the person who
identifies the highest
dealer fee during the past
week. This information
can come from the paper-
work the person possesses
from their last car pur-
chase or they can actively
"prospect" local dealers,
asking them what their
dealer fee is (all winners
will be required to furnish
a copy of the dealer
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other dealer document
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fee). It's up to the contest-
ant as to how he obtains
this verification.
Employees of other
dealerships are eligible to
enter (not including
employees of Earl Stewart
Toyota). If you are
employed by a dealership
and wish to enter the
dealer fee from your
dealership, you will be
permitted to remain
anonymous. Your name
will be known only by me.
It's important to remem-
ber that the dealer fee
goes by many different
names (at least 22 accord-
ing to the state Senate
investigative report). You
must look carefully.
The most common
names are "dealer fee,"
"dealer prep," "doc fee,"
"documentary fee," "pre-
delivery fee" and "admin-
istrative fee." Some
dealers incorporate more
than one fee on the same
invoice.
For example, two local
dealers that I know charge
a $199 doc fee plus a $699
pre-delivery fee. This
would qualify as an $898
contest entry.
On May 31, will
announce the fifth $100
winner and also the
grand-prize winner, who
will receive $1,000 or the
actual amount of the
dealer fee, whichever is
higher.
The highest dealer fee
that I know of is $999 (I
won't mention the name
of the dealership because
it's fair game for the
contestants).
There is no state cap on
the amount of a dealer fee,
so a dealer fee could be
any amount. Find a dealer
fee for $2,500 and that
would be the grand prize
amount.
Contest entries can be
e-mailed to earls@earl-
stewarttoyota.com, faxed
to (561) 658-0746, mailed


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Imagine being able to travel back in time to the early 1900's. Now picture yourself walking down by the Atlantic Ocean,
looking up to land and seeing no houses in site or knowing that in order to do any grocery shopping that you would drive
from Jupiter down to West Palm along a single dirt road.
On April 30 the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce had the pleasure of hosting the Annual Pioneer Breakfast
at the Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa. Over 150 people gathered to hear the amazing stories about the history and
characteristics of Jupiter throughout the years. The featured guest speaker was Dan Gladwin, who is a well known Jupiter
native. His grandfather came to the Jupiter area in the 1930's. Dan was raised in the old Dubois home before his family
moved to Pennock Point. Gladwin finally decided to take all of his wonderful memories and experiences of growing up in
Jupiter and put it into a book he wrote titled, "My Jupiter, Growing up in Jupiter in the Fifties and Sixties."
Due to the tremendous requests of wanting to hear these wonderful and remarkable stories, after Dan spoke, the floor was
open to 3 other Pioneers to share their memories, photos, letters and more to the audience. James Branch, Judson Minear
and Ray Swanson each took the floor and revealed many memorable stories and pictures from Jupiter over almost 100 years
ago!
Thank you to Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa for hosting the event and providing an amazing breakfast spread for all who
attended. We would especially like to thank all of the Pioneers for sharing so many intimate and special moments in their
lives with all of us!


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Jupiter inches closer


to federal protection


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

JUPITER - U.S. Rep. Tim
Mahoney, D-Palm Beach
Gardens, announced that
the Consolidated Natural
Resources Act of 2008
passed the House of Repre-
sentatives by a vote of 291-
117 on April 30.
The legislation includes
the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse
Outstanding Natural Area
Act of 2007, which would
grant federal protection to
the Jupiter Lighthouse.
"I thank the entire team of
supporters and volunteers
who continue to work
toward protecting the light-
house for our children and
community," said Rep.
Mahoney in press release.
"This legislation will not
only protect the lighthouse,
it will also preserve the
unique environment sur-
rounding the structure and
will continue to attract visi-
tors to the area, strengthen-
ing the economy.


"We have one more step
to go in this process and I
look forward to the presi-
dent's signature on this des-
ignation."
Earlier this month, the bill
passed the Senate as part of
the Consolidated Natural
Resources Act of 2008,
which required it to return
back to the House of Repre-
sentatives for approval
before heading to the White
House and the president's
signature..
Rep. Mahoney's bill would
designate the Jupiter Inlet
Lighthouse and the sur-
rounding 126 acres as an
"Outstanding Natural Area,"
a congressional designation
that was established to pro-
tect federal lands.
The designation has been
used by the Bureau of Land
Management for conserva-
tion sites of approximately
100 acres. Jupiter Inlet
would be the second ONA
in the nation. The first is at
Yaquina Head in Oregon.


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PALM BEACH COUNTY
- The Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County's real
estate industry division,
invites real estate and relat-
ed professionals to a net-
working breakfast on May
13.
Themed, "The Florida
Legislature: How the 2008
legislative session impacts
real estate," the breakfast
will begin at 7:30 a.m. in the
Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis
Center, 701 Okeechobee
Blvd. in West Palm Beach.
Speakers will include Sen.
Jeff Atwater, R-District 25,
North Palm Beach, Sen.Ted
Deutch, D-District 30, Del-
ray Beach and George
Lemieux, currently with the


Gunster Yoakley law firm in
West Palm Beach and for-
mer chief of staff to Gov.
Charlie Crist.
Discussion topics may
include legislation regard-
ing property taxes, property
insurance, growth manage-
ment, construction and
landlord-tenant relation-
ships.
Cass, Levy & Leone, a
local CPA firm, are event
sponsors.
There is a $20 cover
charge.

To RSVI? call Jennifer Hof-
fer at (561) 242-6661 or
online at the Web site
www.JewishPalmBeach.org,
or . . . e-mail
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Testosterone therapy is
becoming an increasingly
common aspect of healthy
aging medicine.
In 2006, more than 3 mil-
lion prescriptions were
written for testosterone
therapy.
Locally, Harlan C. Bieley,
of the Healthy Aging Med-
ical Center in North Palm
Beach, is offering this serv-
ice.
"The health and lifestyle
media have finally begun
to pay more attention to
the issues associated with
low testosterone, but they
have been slow to bring
news of the benefits of
testosterone replacement
therapy," he said. "All too
much emphasis has been
placed on testosterone and
its association with per-
formance enhancing drugs
and illegal steroid abuse or
sports doping."
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means that countless men


will continue to suffer
needlessly, Dr. Bieley said.
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ment is a balancing act and
should be performed by a
physician experienced
with the therapy.
"This is customized
medicine, not one therapy
fits all. Testosterone
replacement therapy is
undoubtedly beneficial for
many men.
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town crier. I put this infor-
mation out to the public in
hopes that they will use it.
The more informed people
are, the better equipped
they are to make decisions
regarding their own health
and wellness. At the end of
the day it's their life," Dr.
Bieley said.
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Phyllis Cramer Brust, 50,
of North Palm Beach, died
April 26, 2008. Born in
Cambridge, Ohio, she
graduated from Palm
Beach Gardens High
School in 1975. She was a
member of Covenant Cen-
tre International Church in
Lake Park.
Survivors include her
son, Duran; mother, Jane
Neuhart Cramer of Palm
Beach Gardens; brother
Steven Cramer of North
Palm Beach and nephew
Alan Cramer. Her father,
Bruce, and brother, Car-
son, preceded her in
death.
A service was held May 2
at Aycock Funeral Home in
Jupiter. Interment was in
Riverside Memorial Park in
Tequesta.

E. Marie
Kinder Hagan
E. Marie Kinder Hagan,
65, of Okeechobee, died at
her home on April 28,
2008.
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Ontario, Canada. She
moved to Florida 27 years
ago from Doylestown, Pa.
She loved fishing, was a
member of Homeland
Security and the Coast
Guard Auxiliary.
Mrs. Hagan is survived
by her children; Toby
Kinder and his wife Shelly
of Lebanon, Tenn., Rob
Kinder of Okeechobee,
Sandy Swafford and her
husband Bill of Jupiter,
Bonnie Armstrong of Palm
Beach Gardens and Rick
Kinder of Port St. Lucie;
brother, Carl Moen of
Orlando and three grand-
children. Her husband,
Dana Hagan, and daugh-
ter, Debbie Kinder, preced-
ed her in death.
Visitation and a memori-
al service were held May 3
at Aycock Funeral Home in
Jupiter.

Anne Westmoreland
Leddy

Anne Westmoreland
Leddy, 73, of Palm Beach
Gardens, died April 22,
2008 at her home, under
the care of Hospice of


Palm Beach County.
Born 1934 in Washington
D.C., she came to this area
from Stamford, Conn. She
attended Longwood Col-
lege in Lynchburg, Va. and
was a flight attendant for
Eastern Airlines. Mrs.
Leddy was president of the
GN Doe Club of B.P.O.E.
Elks Lodge No. 1543 in
Great Neck, N.Y. and in
Stamford was a member of
the Garden Club.
Survivors include her
husband, Bradley Leddy;
daughter, Sandra and hus-
band Peter Jordan of
Gatos, Calif.; son, Patrick
and wife Jana of Great
Neck and four grandsons.
A service was held April
25 at Aycock Funeral
Home in Jupiter. Inurn-
ment will be in Holy Trini-
ty Cemetery in East Hamp-
ton, N.Y., at a later date.
Memorial contributions
are suggested to Hospice
of Palm Beach County,
5300 East Ave., West Palm
Beach 33407 or to the Can-
cer Center at Jupiter Med-
ical Center Foundation,
1210 South Old Dixie
Highway, Jupiter 33458.


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PALM BEACH COUNTY
- A grant from the Florida
Division of Forestry will
provide funding for Palm
Beach County officials to
purchase more than 345
native trees that will be
planted along a new trail
as part of the Northeast
Everglades Natural Area.
The project was prompt-
ed by tree canopy loss after
the 2004-05 hurricanes, a
press release said.
The 5-mile multi-use
trail, under construction
along the C-18 canal man-
agement road, will run
through Palm Beach Coun-
ty's Loxahatchee Slough
natural area.
It will begin Sandhill
Crane Access Park, located
on PGA Boulevard west of


Florida's Turnpike in Palm
Beach Gardens, and con-
tinue north to Riverbend
Park at Indiantown Road in
Jupiter.
As part of the NENA pro-
gram, it will link a system
of trails and greenways to
connect 145,000 acres of
natural lands in northern
Palm Beach and southern
Martin counties.
In addition to live oak
and red maple trees, the
trail will include a new sur-
face, curves, a shade shel-
ter and other amenities for
public hiking, biking or
horseback riding through
the area.
The trail is expected to
open late this year.
For more information
about the project, call
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Feng shui: your time to be in control of your life


Is time your friend, a
friendly foe, an adversary
or a heavy-handed task
master? Are you constantly
racing against the clock to
meet deadlines, complete
projects and keep commit-
ments?
Do people, organizations,
work and projects clamor
for your time and attention
to the point that you are no
longer in-control and have
great difficulty meeting all
of their needs? Are you on a
fast track to somewhere but
not sure where? Do you find
that the faster you go and
the more you do the less you
accomplish?
Imagine ending a day
with time left over just for
you. Imagine a day where
things go right 98 percent of
the time. Imagine a better
tomorrow with less stress
and filled with more joy.
Imagine being in-control of
time, not time controlling
you.


How to take control

The fastest way to be in-
control of time is to recog-
nize that time schedules
and your calendar are
currently out of control.
Only once you've recog-
nized this problem for what
it is, you can do something
about it.
Time is a finite measure-
ment of the number of
hours in a day you have to
accomplish the things you
need and want to do.
When you over-schedule,
over-commit and over-
extend your time, you are
no longer in-control.
Instead, it is time that
dictates your stress level,
productivity and quality of
life. When time controls
you, your quality of life
lessens, your productivity
diminishes and the joy in
your life disappears.
One of the basic objec-
tives of feng shui is to create
balance in life, the type of


PAT HEYDLAUFF
Feng shui columnist


balance that eliminates the
chaos and leads to calm. By
recognizing that time is
controlling you, you can
take action.

In-control action plan

Here are several options
on ways to both take control
of your time and take back
control of your life.
* Make a list of the most


important things you need
to do for the day. Rank them
by order of importance,
then do the most important
one first. By following this
procedure, you will always
get the most important
things done and reduce
stress.
* Make a second list of the
most important things you'd
like to do in that same day.
Then evaluate whether
anything on this list is more
important than the first
three things on your "need-
to-do" list. If yes, do that
one after you complete the
first one on your need-to-
do list. This will give you joy.
* At the end of one week,
evaluate each list to see
what things repeat daily that
you must do, versus ones
that you want to do. Is there
one thing on either list that
can be permanently
removed? If yes, do so. This
puts you in-control of your
time.
* Follow this procedure


for another week and
evaluate again. Look for
patterns of how you can
more efficiently do your
"need-to-do" things so you
can incorporate more
"want-to-do" things. Also,
continue to look for things
you can remove from both
lists. This will keep you in-
control of your time
* Create an "intentions
board" (a bulletin board
with push pins works great).
Place at least three
symbols on your board that
represent you being in-
control of time. Perhaps it
would be a picture of doing
your favorite leisure-time
activity, which demon-
strates you have time left
over for you, a clean,
organized desk reflecting
timely productivity, reading
to children or grandchil-
dren, writing that book
that's been in the back of
your mind for years even an
hour glass with aX drawn
through it. The symbols on


the intentions board will
further energize your desire
to be and stay in-control of
time.
Getting in control and
staying in control of your ,,
time, your calendar and your
schedule leads you down the
road to self- empowerment,
and a balanced, harmonious
less stress-filled life; a life
where there is time left just
for you, where you are no
longer the victim and whete
you experience more joy and
calm.
It's your life. Take control'
of it and enjoy it to the fullest
with joy and peace.

Pat Heydlauff is afeng s
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FRIDAY, MAY 9

Christian Women's Con-
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to Mom' tea at the Tequesta
Country Club, Country Club
Drive. Reservations $20. all
(561) 743-9082 or e-mail:
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* Executive Women annu-
al Leadership awards
luncheon: 11:30 a.m. at the
Kravis Center in West Palm
Beach. Tickets $100 and
$125. Call (561) 833-4241.
* Feel good Friday: aro-
matherapy: 7 p.m. Healing
practitioner, Anita Burgess,
will discuss a variety of oils
and applications. (60 min.,
adult). Preregister at the
Jupiter Branch Library, 705
Military Trail
* Israel Independence Day
celebration and Shabbat: 6
p.m. On the beach at
Marcinski Road and A-1-A
in Jupiter. Free barbecue.
Bring a chair and blanket.
Public welcome. Sponsored
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From page A5
That included trim miss-
ing on the front passenger
side door and a dark or black
smear on the rear passenger
side door, according to the
affidavit.
Detective Yungk complet-
ed the investigation with
help from FBI special agent
John MacVeigh, with the
West Palm Beach division,
and obtained a walk-
through arrest warrant for
Mr. Rivera, which meant the
judge sees it first and that
makes for a stronger case, he
said.
Mr. Rivera was arrested in
Royal Palm Beach on, April
25, and Mr. Andrew was
arrested in West Palm Beach
on April 28.
Calls to Commerce Bank
for comments were not
returned by press time.


SATURDAY, MAY 10

* Ladies 'sail for a cure': 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. eBoat Char-
ters sailing benefit for the
Breast Cancer Research
Foundation. Lunch, drinks
and goodies from sponsors.
Tickets $75. North Palm
Beach Marina. Call (561)
427-7213.
* Mini-canoeing: 10 to 11
a.m. Easy program for ages 6
and above. Meet at Bingham
Wilderness Pavilion, Grassy
Waters Preserve, 8264
Northlake Blvd. $5 adult, $1
child. For information, call
(561) 804-4985.

SUNDAY, MAY 11
* Orchid/bromeliad
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Meet at Wilderness Pavilion,
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* Poetry workshop: 7 p.m.
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Palm Beach leads a lesson
and writing exercises. (60
min.) Preregister at the
Jupiter Branch Library, 705
Military Trail.

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p.m. discussion of Peter
Matheissen's book about the
killing of an Everglades
homesteader. (60 min.
adult) Preregister at the
Jupiter Branch Library, 705
Military Trail.
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Marriage, spiritual growth share similarities


or those wise con-
sumers who like the
idea of getting two for
the price of one, I offer this
enticing prospect: the path
toward marital stability
and happiness is the same
as the path toward spiritual
growth and enlightenment.
Whatever you do to
contribute to one will
enhance the other.
This is not to say that a
committed and successful
relationship is strictly
mandatory in an effort to
attain full personal and
spiritual potential.
Contrary to fundamen-
talist doctrines, I believe
there are multiple paths
available to us, and that
one should seek and travel
on that path which suits
his or her temperament.
Some folks are just not
geared toward theological
devotion and study. Others
are primarily emotionally
driven and devotion is
right for them. They
actually enjoy surrendering
to a higher power, while
still others insist on
retaining control over
almost everything around
them.
; Some are action-orient-
ed and fulfill themselves by


performing deeds.
Intellectuals love to learn
and find that process to be
the best way to make the
most of themselves.
Whatever their orienta-
tion, the majority still
choose marriage and
family life, and I wish to
point out some of the
reasons why this is one of
the most direct paths to
wisdom and enlighten-
ment.
Marriage is a great
challenge, especially in
modern times when
options are many. People
don't need marriage now in
the same way they used to.
It's no longer necessary for
survival, nor, apparently,
even for childrearing.
Almost half of all chil-
dren in America are born
out of wedlock these days.
I'm not saying this is a
good thing. It certainly
renders the concept of
fatherhood a bit more
ephemeral and I'm reason-
ably sure this is not a good
thing at all.
Nevertheless, people are
having lots of babies
"illegitimately," a concept
that, along with the word
"bastard," has outlived its
usefulness.


HUGH LEAVELI
One Minute Therapi


The point is people
not getting married as
matter of course like t
used to, at least not fo
same reasons. Marriage
has changed, even if t
personal qualities nee
in order to make a suc
of it haven't.
The modern marita
ideal is egalitarian, fo
thing. This means, in
order to succeed, an
individual must learn
advocate for the selfA
simultaneously hono
the other. Now, this is
tricky. To do this effect
ly, it is necessary to
develop humility and
courtesy, and use the


together in communica-
tion, all while not failing
to remain true to (and
express) oneself.
Don't you agree this is
tricky? It's not so easy to
do this in the heat of
action, especially when
emotions are triggered as
/ they usually are in a love
relationship where,
seemingly, everything is
on the line on a daily
basis. It's a delicate
L negotiation that takes
st place and to do it right
requires not only skill but
dedication and maturity
are as well.
s a And this is my real point.
:hey Developing this necessary
)r the maturity is the same as
ge spiritual growth because it
he necessitates transcending
eded the limited self of the "I"
cesss and becoming something
"greater." Spiritual growth
l is all about getting over
r one oneself. Maybe, if you're a
monk or a nun and
completely dedicated to
to the spiritual path, you can
while let go of yourself and
ring merge with the Godhead,
s a bit like St. John of the Cross or
ctive- Theresa ofAvila.
But for married people,
letting go of oneself is
m really not a good option


and leads to pathology,
dysfunction and depres-
sion, not to mention
divorce. The deal is, you
have to "get over yourself"
without letting go of
yourself. Here's why.
Marriage takes two. You
have to be there, really be
there with all your facul-
ties, providing a counter-
point for your partner to
struggle with/love.
Remaining present, under
fire sometimes, under
stress most of the time,
isn't so easy. It requires
virtue. And virtue is, or
should be, the end prod-
uct of maturity. And what
is virtue? Well, virtue
hasn't changed much even
if marriage has.
To listen attentively,
with concern, requires
self-control and compas-
sion. That's two virtues. To
understand and respect
another's point of view
when you disagree
requires generosity and
tolerance. Two more. To
get past an argument and
continue to love well
requires forgiveness and
patience. Two more.
Are you following me?
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lovingly when one doesn't


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Bridge flyover art
dispute settled

The artist who designed
the PGA Boulevard flyover
art pieces and city of Palm
Beach Gardens officials
announced on April 18 that
they reached an agreement
to remedy the-unanticipated
discoloration of certain
strands on the stainless steel
mesh that is part of the
sculptures, public relations
officer Donna Giuliana
wrote in a press release.
"Ms. Ross and her sub-
contractor, Oceaneering
International, Inc., who
installed the sculptures,
have fully and expeditiously
cooperated with the city in
seeking a remedy for the
rusting which was caused by
a defect in the manufactur-
ing of the stainless steel
mesh which was purchased
from a Chinese manufactur-
er," the release said.
Wendy Ross and Ocea-
neering International said


they complied fully with the
stainless steel specifications
set forth and accepted by
the city for the sculptures
and were unaware the mesh
contained an observable
number of wire strands that
were not stainless steel, Ms.
Giuliana said.
"It is important to note
that the problem was never
structural, but of an aesthet-
ic nature," the release said.
"At no time have the defects
posed a hazard or danger
and have remained soundly
attached to their towers."
Ms. Ross, who has an out-
standing international repu-
tation as an artist, and Ocea-
neering International, are
fully honoring their warran-
ty to ensure the integrity
and beauty of the outstand-
ing sculptures that are an
important part of the gate-
way to the city, they said.

- Compiled by staff
writer Purvi Desai

NORTH PALM BEACH

Golf course makes
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The Jack Nicklaus-
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The magazine has been
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courses in various cate-
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rently has 400 raters
throughout the states who
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on criteria, such as routing,
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adhere to the land or each
other, course design, sur-
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spending four hours play-
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according to the hand-
book.
. Courses are given scores
of 1-10, and only those
with seven-10 are listed as
the top 100.
"The North Palm Beach
Country Club is proud that
it has made 'Golfweek's'
list," said Mike Gray, golf
pro and course director via
e-mail."It is a beautiful lay-
out with rolling fairways
and undulated and well-
bunkered greens. The golf
course is challenging for
every level of player. It is
becoming a destination
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Jupiter man named
general manager
Jupiter resident Bruce
Grout was recently
appointed general manag-
er of the New Port Cove
Marine Center in Singer
Island.
The marina is adjacent to
the Palm Beach Inlet and
has 45 boat slips for vessels
up to 70-feet and dry-dock
facilities for 300 boats up to
38 feet, according to a press
release from Old Port Cove
Holding's, which owns New
Port Cove Marine Center,
and the Old Port Cove and
North Palm Beach marinas.
Mr. Grout was previously
a boat racing team member
and has earned national
and world racing titles, as
stated in the release.
He started working at
New Port Cove in March,
and was a manager at Exec-
utive Yachts in Stuart prior
to that, said Mr. Grout in a
e-mail.
New Port Cove Marine
Center is located at 255 E.
22nd Court.
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feel loving requires humili-
ty, discipline, intention and
a voluntary release of pride
and self-righteousness.
There is always some-
thing to let go of. Usually
it's an emotion that stems
from our mammalian self.
We've been wounded or we
desire/fear something.
Letting go of these feelings
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Our base impulses, our
animal instincts, some-
times interfere with the
expression of virtuous
behavior. No one is born
perfect. But we have an
opportunity, while we're
alive, to improve. This
growth, this maturation,
requires us to overcome
some of the basic animal
urges we were born with.
And this will help your
marriage, too.

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p.m. The Benjamin School
upper and middle school
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* America the Beautiful:
7:30 p.m. A musical homage
to the country and its tradi-
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Band of the Palm Beaches.
Eissey Campus Theatre,
11051 Campus Drive in
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* "The Pirates of Pen-
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Okeechobee Blvd., West
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Photo courtesy of Merle Frimark, North American press representative and Joan Marcus
Riverdance plays their farewell performance at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. Composed by Bill Whelan,
produced by Moya Doherty and directed by John McColgan.


Riverdance farewell tour


to hit West Palm Beach


BY MICHELLE GENTILE
Staff writer
WEST PALM BEACH -
In eight farewell perform-
ances, dancers will light up
the stage as Riverdance
comes to an end.
The folkloric art of Irish
dance combined with ener-
getic, Gaelic music has
made Riverdance one of the


most successful musical
productions ever.
The farewell performanc-
es are from May 6-11 in
Dreyfoos Hall at the Kravis
Center in West Palm Beach,
and it may be the last time
to see the riveting show that
has swept through stages
across the nation.
"The producers deidCed
that now, since we are on


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Week of 05-09-2008
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our 13th year, to revisit as
many the stages we have
been to in North America,"
said Merle Frimark, River-
dance North American
press representative. "We
are considered to be on our
farewell tour; however, it
will take at least three years
to reach all the stages."
Riverdance started in
Dublin in 1995, from a


seven-minute intermission
piece entered in the 1994
Eurovision Song Contest.
"This contest is like half-
time at the Superbowl,"
said Ms. Frimark. "The pro-
ducer of Riverdance, Moya
Doherty, at the time worked
at the Irish Television Net-
work and didn't have seven
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minutes of air time they
needed for programming.
She contacted Bill Whelan to
put some music together and
when it showed on Eurovi-
sion, it was a huge hit."
The show broke all box
office records during its pre-
miere in Dublin in 1995, and
then went onto London,
where it started with 10 per-
formances and increased to
151.
"It sold out in London for
over a year. After that, they
said, 'You should bring it to
Broadway'," said Ms. Fir-
mark. "They contacted me, I
was working on 'Les Miser-
able' at the time, and we had
a slight problem finding a
stage to fit the musical num-
bers. We ended up taking it to
the Radio City Music Hall in
1996 and the rest is history."
Riverdance was on Broad-
way for more than a year and
various dancers in three dif-
ferent international compa-
nies have cris-crossed the
world, as the show became
an international phenome-
non.
"Irish dancing was only a
hobby at the time. In Ireland
they don't dance together in
unison, like the 'Rockettes.
They are used to competing
with each other and earning
titles," said Ms. Frimark. "It
was never sexy. Then they
made this number, River-
dance, a little different."
Alana Mallon is one of the
lead dancers in Riverdance,
North America who will be
dancing at the Kravis Center,
Ms. Mallon started dancing
at the young age of 3, and had
already won her first of many


championships. She went
onto win many competitions
throughout the United King-
dom and Ireland, and ranked
in the top three of all major
championships.
"What was hard to adjust
to was using your arms and
getting your body to do the
same thing and connecting
with the audience," she said.
She was working as an
assistant at an insurance
company when she was
offered the role in River-
dance-On Broadway.
"Broadway is so amazing
to do," said Ms. Mallon. "No
way did I ever think that I'd
be doing Irish dancing for a
living. It was always a hobby.
Riverdance has opened a lot
of doors."
She spends most of the
year on tour and admits
missing Scotland, her home-
land, but says Florida and
California are two of her
favorite places in the United
States.
"I like it here probably
because of the weather," said
Ms. Mallon. "I tour almost all
the time. I guess your body
just adjusts to it, but we do
get treated to massages every
week."
Ms. Mallon plans on going
to Disney World during, her
stay here.
"My family is coming. They
are looking forward to it."
When her family isn't with
her, she calls the crew and
cast her home away from
home.
"It's a great company and
we are like family," said Ms.
Mallon. "It is a really small
world. Most of the people I've
met before from Irish danc-
ing."
Composed by Mr. Whelan,
produced by Moya Doherty
and directed by John McCol-


gan, Riverdance has played
more than 10,000 perform-
ances, been seen live by more
than 21 million people in
more than 300 venues
throughout 32 countries
across four continents, a
press release said.
"In the beginning, the cast
was all Irish, of course, but as
we expanded, we have
dancers from Scotland, Aus-
tralia, Canada and we even
brought in a Mexican boy for
our tour in Mexico," said Ms.
Frimark. "For our tour in
Japan, we have two Japanese
sisters who have been added
to the show."
The show also celebrates
other cultures with flamenco
dancing, African American
tap and Moscow folk ballet.
The set of the show is high-
ly dramatic with a rock-like
Celtic theme. Bright colors
and lighting effects showoff
different scenes, such as
"Reel Around the Sun,"
which is the opening dance
celebrating the sun and mas-
culine power.
"Firedance," "Thunder-
storm" and "Slip into
Spring," also help tell the
story.
Riverdance actually means
tracing the life of a river. The
choreography reflects a'cycle
from the clouds to rainfall
feeding into rivers, which
flows through the land and
then out to sea; ultimately,
the cycle of life.
There are three main com-
panies that tour, the Boyne
Company, which tours North
America, the Corrib, touring
the UK and mainland
Europe and the Foyle, which
performs in Ireland each
summer."
"The names of the compa-
nies are actually all rivers
located in Ireland," said Ms.
Frimark. "Thirteen years ago
I got a call they were bringing
over this show (to the United
States) and there was noth-
ing like it. It was an instant
hit.
"The success of River-
dance in North America has
gone beyond our wildest
dreams," said producer
Doherty.
"The fact that the show
continues to draw and excite
audiences after its' debut in
Dublin is a tribute to every
dancer, singer, musician,
staff and crew member who
have dedicated themselves
to the show."

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tickets, call (561) 832-7469,
(800) 572-8471 or visit
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Mother, child-tested breakfast treat


I cooked this dish for my
wife, Pam, on her first
Mother's Day and she
was very happy, not only
with the pancakes, but most
of all, to be holding our
brand-new baby, Luke, in
her arms. I'll never forget it.
He's 4 years old now and
boy, how time flies. It feels
just yesterday that he was a
little baby and now he
seems all grown up.
I have a feeling this
Mother's Day he is going to
be just as happy to have
banana pancakes as his
mom.
This delicious breakfast
and a nice bouquet of
flowers should show all the
moms in your life that you
love them.

BANANA PANCAKES
WITH HONEY
WALNUT BUTTER
Makes 12 pancakes
2 ripe bananas
1 cup all-purpose flour
4 teaspoons baking
powder
1 tablespoon sugar
1 cup whole milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 eggs


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CHRIS KENNEDY
The Seasoned Chef

5 tablespoons unsalted
butter, melted
3 tablespoons canola oil
for cooking the pancakes

In a large bowl, sift
together the flour, baking
powder, sugar and salt. In
another bowl, whisk
together the milk and eggs,
then add the melted butter
and blend together well.
Add the dry ingredients and
mix, but do not over mix the
batter.
In a skillet over medium
heat with a little canola oil,
spoon about 2 tablespoons
of batter into the pan for
each pancake. If the pan is
large enough, cook three


'This delicious breakfast and a nice bouquet
of flowers should show all the moms in your
life that you love them .


Chris Kennedy


pancakes at a time. Cook
until golden brown (about 3
to 4 minutes) then lay 3 or 4
slices of banana in each
pancake, turn over and cook
for another 3 to 4 minutes
or until golden brown. Set
on a warm plate to the side,
wipe out the pan and repeat
the process until all the
batter is cooked.

HONEY WALNUT
BUTTER
1/4 cup chopped walnuts
1 cup unsalted butter
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoons orange
zest, chopped
In a bowl, combine all
ingredients and mix togeth-
er with a fork until well
blended. Cover and refriger-
ate until the pancakes are
ready.
When you serve the
pancakes, stack then on a
plate with a little bit of


honey walnut butter
between each pancake. Put
the rest of the butter on the
table in case someone
wants more.

Tips and techniques:
* Make sure the melted
butter has cooled off a bit
before you mix it with the
milk and eggs.
* Don't skimp on the
syrup; most inexpensive
syrups have artificial maple
flavoring.
*A non-stick, rectangular
griddle is a good investment
if you cook pancakes often.
* Let the butter set out for
a little while before you mix
in the honey, walnuts and
orange zest. This will make
it easier to blend them
together.

Contact Chris Kennedy at
Seasoned Catering at (561)
351-0221, or e-mail
chris@seasonedcatering.co
m.


Chef to serve up treats


on Mother's Day


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BEACH GARDENS
- Friends and family have
some appetizing alterna-
tives for celebrating mom
this Mother's Day, May 11,
ilhanks "fo' 'a 'Nor. Palm
Beach County chef.'
Christian Mailloux of the
Robb & Stucky.KitchenAid
Culinary Center in Palm
Beach Gardens, has
whipped up a recipe for
quick and easy buttery
toast cups with eggs,
designed to get mom's
morning off to a good
start.

BUTTERY TOAST
CUPS WITH EGGS

This is a fast and easy
dish to prepare for mom,
and it looks as though a lot
of time was spent doing it.

Sliced white bread (one
slice per toast cup)
Soft butter
Eggs (one per toast cup)

Muffin tin(s) large


enough to prepare the
number of toast cups of
choice. Pre-heat oven to
350 degrees.
Cut away and discard
bread crusts. Gently butter
both sides' of bread: Line
muffin tin cups \ vih bu[-
Lered..bread by pressing
each slice of bread into the
cups. If it tears, mold it
back together in the cup.
Crack 1 egg into the cen-
ter of each bread cup. Fill
any unfilled cups half-way
with water.
Bake 5 to 8 minutes or
until the bread is golden
brown and eggs are cooked
to mom's liking.
Transfer to a plate and
serve hot.
Options: You can garnish
with chopped green onion,
shredded cheddar cheese,
diced tomatoes or smoked
salmon.
Or, give mom an extra
special treat and join Chef
Mailloux in the kitchen for
a champagne dinner from
6 to 9 p.m. on May 10.
Guests can observe his
techniques on television
screens as he does the!


work and serves up five
courses, each paired with
Opici sparkling wines and
champagnes from around
the world.
The $90 per person din-
ner ,i.tatij4 i.e
,35-seat ''kii l wu e,'
where guests at long table
interact with each other
and the chef.
Chef Mailloux, a gradu-
ate of the Culinary Insti-
tute of America in Hyde
Park, N.Y., has served as an
executive chef at country
clubs, inns and restaurants
around the U.S. and the
Caribbean.
The culinary center is
located at Robb & Stucky
Patio at 4001 Design Cen-
ter Drive off RCA Boule-
vard. Space for the Moth-
er's Day event is limited
and reservations are
required.

For more information or
to reserve space, call (866)
206-3840. For information
about Robb & Stucky, visit
the Web site www.Robb-
Stucky.com.


Out
From page B1
movies on plasma screens
and origami at the bar. At
RA Sushi Restaurant,
Downtown at the Gardens,
Palm Beach Gardens
* "Sweeny Todd": 8 p.m.
Broadway show with music
and lyrics by Stephen
Sondheim. Kravis Center,
701 Okeechobee Blvd.,
West Palm Beach. Contin-
ues through May 18. Tick-
ets $25-$79. Call the box
office at (561) 832-7469,
(800) 572-8471 or visit
www.kravis.org

THURSDAY, MAY 15

*Bike night: 7 p.m. to 10
p.m. JJ Muggs Stadium
Grill. Sponsored by Palm
Beach Harley and JJ Muggs
at Abacoa Town Center. For


more information, call
(561) 630-9669
*Platinum Band: Live
music duo in the Solo
Restaurant and Lounge,
3800 N. Ocean Drive in
Singer Island, off of PGA
Boulevard, north of U.S.1
*Sunset celebration: 6-9
p.m. Art show, musicians,
food and drink, firing of
the cannon at sunset. Sail-
fish Marina on the Intra-
coastal, Singer Island. For
information, call (561)
840-8832

SATURDAY, MAY 17

* Willow Home & Garden
grand opening: 2 p.m. to 7
p.m. Home demonstrations
and more. Abacoa Town
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STANDING HIS GROUND


Hobie Hiler/staff photographer
Marcus Willis throws a punch at Johnny Ruiz Perez during the second round of their match at the Eventco Sports Ball-
room Boxing II at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens last Friday. The match ended in a draw. Hometown News was
a co-sponsor of the event.


Scopes
From page B1


make the best of what you
have right now. Then locate
areas that need improvement
and work on them. Move
things forward each day until
you see completion. You will
get splendid results.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Compassion and idealism,
along with a strong sense of
humor, best describes your
attitude toward life. You have
serious goals, but if it isn't fun


you don't want to do it. You
expect the best in others, but
you are comfortable and fun
to be around. Your hopeful
attitude sparks new life in all
of us.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Your hard work continues to
pay off. Your strong work ethic
leaves others in the dust. You
are a tireless worker in the
vineyards of life. You care
about everyone and can


always be counted on to be
there when needed. You are
an unsung hero and need to
be highly commended.
Thanks for everything.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You continue to face creative
challenges. Just be patient
and wait for a sign before
making major changes. You
were born with great instincts.
Stand firm in your beliefs. Stay
arms length from negative
behavior. Just remember that
wise choices create respect,
love and honor.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Your sacred values continue
to increase. You know what
the most important things
are. Love, health, faith abun-
dance and joy are a few. If
these are missing in life, your
results will diminish as well.
Do whatever it takes daily to


get psyched up and
recharged. These are the true
riches that money and power
will never buy.

Star visions

Star Scopes is on the Web. If
you have been helped,
please tell your family and
friends. Type in
www.myhometownnews.net
. Click on Star Scopes on the
left menu. A personalized
astrology or compatibility
chart make useful tools of
enlightenment for yourself or
someone you love. It's good
to know what the future has
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Have a starry week, every-
one.

- James Tucker


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Details at www.habitatpbc.org or
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Hobe Sound


tourney to benefit


area wildlife center


One of Florida's
greatest assets is her
abundance of
wildlife.
I happen to live near the
Savannas, and my children
and I enjoy seeing bald
eagles, bobcats and sand-
hill cranes nearly every day.
I firmly believe that as
keepers of this world we
owe it to our wildlife to aid,
protect and preserve them
and their way of life.
On Friday, May 16, the
Treasure Coast Wildlife
Center is hosting its third
annual Golf for Wildlife
Tournament at Loblolly
Pines in Hobe Sound. The
event is limited to 18
foursomes, with registra-
tion closing on May 14.
Here is your chance, as a
devoted lover of nature and
wildlife, to help one of our
area's most respected
environmental organiza-
tions. It's also your chance
to tee it up and enjoy a
round at one of our finest
private courses.
Opened in 1988, Loblolly
is one of award-winning
designer P.B. Dye's best
efforts.
The event will begin at
11:30 a.m. with registration
and lunch, followed by a
12:30 p.m. shotgun start.
After golf, participants will
enjoy hors d'oeuvres,
cocktails and an awards
ceremony.
The Golf for Wildlife
Tournament, sponsored by
the Vicki Hess Foundation,
is looking for sponsors and
players with all proceeds
benefiting the Treasure
Coast Wildlife Center.
This volunteer-driven
center annually treats
thousands of sick, injured
and orphaned wild animals,
including, eagles, bobcats
and alligators. The center is
the only facility of its kind
serving Martin, St. Lucie,
Indian River, Okeechobee
and Palm Beach counties.
Nearly four years ago,
land in Palm City was
donated to the wildlife's
hospital foundation to
build a new facility after the
center's former home was
destroyed by hurricanes in
2004.
Permitting has begun,
but funds to help under-
write construction expens-
es are still needed. This new
facility is desperately
needed to house rescued
and injured animals and
serve as an educational
center where our commu-
nity will be able to learn
about our wildlife, their
environment and natural
habitats.
Since 2004, the center has
endured a great deal of
adversity. It has seen three
hurricanes, a tornado, a
dramatic drop in fundrais-
ing due to its present


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist


inability to accommodate a
visiting public, and a
shortage of $50,000 in
necessary expenditures.
Despite all of this, the
center and its staff still
managed to treat more than
1,000 wild animals each
year.
Those of you who
attended the Ginn Sur Mer
Classic in October at Tesoro
may remember meeting
Gracie, the bald eagle
resident at the center.
Gracie was literally one of
the presenters at the trophy
presentation when champi-
on Daniel Chopra accepted
his check and the winner's
eagle trophy on the 18th
green. At the center's booth
at the tournament, patrons
were able to meet some of
the staff as well as falcons,
owls and alligators from the
center that were recovering
from injuries or abuse.
Our lives and actions
impact everything around
us, and sometimes our
wildlife friends find them-
selves negatively affected.
We owe it to the wildlife
that share our environment
to aid them when they are
in need. Here is your
chance to not only help out,
but treat yourself to a
wonderful round of golf at
one of the finest facilities
around. Please, take this
opportunity to pick up a
few eagles and birdies of
your own while helping
them out.
The last two Golf for
Wildlife Tournaments
brought in $110,000 for the
center. Individual spots in
the tournament are $400
each or $1,500 for a four-
some. Sponsorships begin
at $250. Donations are also
welcome.
For more information
about the tournament or
the Treasure Coast Wildlife
Center and the Treasure
Coast Hospital, visit the
Web site www.tcwh.orgor
call (772) 286-6200.

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
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Small drift boat fishing equals value, plus success


A Then was the last
time you went on a
V V drift boat?
Everyone who has fished
the ocean for any length of
time has ventured out on a
drift boat or two, but this
time of year it can be a very
productive means to catch
snapper, kingfish and even
dolphin.
No more than a month
ago the Blue Heron II out of
Jupiter, managed to put
anglers on a giant school of
cobia resulting in 20 plus
fish being caught.
It is nice to go out with a
captain and crew who have
already discovered the right
water color, temperature
and depth. It can save
incredible amounts of time
not having to deal with
these discoveries on your
own.
There are several drift or
head boats that are smaller
and will only have 10
anglers onboard.
The Black Dog out of
Jupiter is one such boat. For
$75 per person it is a very


ROB FIELDING
Fishing columnist

good deal and offers a less
crowded feel than your
typical drift boat.
No matter the choice, a
drift boat or head boat will
yield great fishing this time
of year; but fish Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoons for
the best results. Trust me.
Offshore report: Big bait
equals big fish. Schools of
dolphin continue to be
caught in the 120- to 200-
foot-mark, but getting to the
big fish can be difficult.


Keep a big lure or big blue
runner ready for the bigger
fish in the schools. Trolling
smaller feathers, lures and
skirts promises more
strikes, but you are sacrific-
ing a focus on big fish.
Kingfish have begun to
show up in earnest, with
several anglers reporting 40
to 60-pound fish as shallow
as 40 feet of water.
The snapper bite has been
hit or miss in northern Palm
Beach County, but the
southern end of the county
is very productive for
yellowtail and muttons


Historical society hosts


volunteer appreciation lunch


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

JUPITER - The Loxa-
hatchee River Historical
Society's volunteer appre-
ciation luncheon was held
recently at Admiral's Cove
Country Club in Jupiter.
Special honors went to
Jupiter resident volun-
teers Red and Marylou
Shirar, who received the
Bessie DuBois Award for
their outstanding contri-
butions to the community
and the society.
U.S. Reps. Tim
Mahoney, D-Palm Beach
Gardens, and Ron Klein,
D-West Palm Beach, pre-
sentedthe award. , .
Rep.- Mahoney gate ;an;,
update on federal legisla-
tion to designate the
Jupiter Lighthouse as an


Outstanding Natural Area.
Rep. Klein presented
the volunteers with cer-
tificates of congressional
recognition for the impor-
tant roles they have
played in the preservation
of the area's history.
Faye Winters, Bureau of
Land Management field
biologist, received a spe-
cial cooperative conserva-
tion award from Palm
Beach County Commis-
sioner Karen Marcus.
Ms. Winters was instru-
mental in creating the
Jupiter Inlet Working
Group that brought
together all levels of gov-
ernment to manage the
acreage surrounding the
lighthouse.
Guest speaker, Jupiter
Vice Mayor Wendy Harri-


son, spoke of the impor-
tance of preserving the
other historical structures
on or near the property,
such as the WWII Muse-
um, and Tindall pioneer
homestead exhibit.
Roger Buckwalter,
board chairman and
Leslie Cook, president of
the Loxahatchee Guild,
presented a special appre-
ciation award to society
board member Skip Glad-
win for oversight of the
Tindall pioneer home's
move to its current loca-
tion.
Lighthouse Park is
located at 500 Captain
Armour's Way in Jupiter.

For more infi r~hiuiinit.
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along the wrecks and reefs.
Inshore report: The
inshore bite has slowed
significantly, but the usual
suspects are still around.
Fishing on an easterly
breeze around high tide is
your best bet to find
mackerel, jacks, bluefish
and pompano. Days that are
completely flat offer a good
snook bite along the
beaches, using white or
yellow jigs.
Permit are also beginning
to move into the region. A
week ago there was a 35-
pound permit caught from


Juno Pier on a crab.
Evenings seem to produce
the best bite, so enjoy those
after dinner fishing outings.
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 suggestions.

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For more information call
(561) 630-3100 or e-mail
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Local walker to


celebrate cancer


survivors


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

NORTH PALM BEACH -
Local resident Kim Doll
will join thousands of oth-
ers in Cleveland, Ohio, for
a 60- mile walk "Breast
Cancer 3-Day" event to
benefit the Susan G.
Komen for the Cure and
National Philanthropic
Trust in August.
Participating as one of
"Aimee's Angels," a team
formed to honor her sister,
who was diagnosed with
breast cancer four years
ago at agel 30, arid' her
mother, Joann, a six-year
survivor, Ms. Doll's journey
begins now. She must start
training and raising the
$2,200 minimum required
in advance of the Aug. 22
step off date.
"As a participant, I have
an opportunity to cele-


brate cancer survivorship
and honor those who lost
their lives to the disease,"
said Ms. Doll in a press
release.
"I am grateful to be walk-
ing, not in'memory of,' but
to 'create memories with'
my sister, Aimee."
To help prepare, walkers
are supported by coaches
and online assistance to
aid in training and
fundraising.
Donations to help Ms.
Doll reach her goal may be
made on the Web site
'www.the3day.org. Select:
"donate now" and "search
for participant" Kim Doll,
Florida.

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drama, andcurl, the big news this
year is much more subdued. This is
to say that fussy, high-maintenance
styles are giving way to hair that
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yard $235,000 Call An-
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Realtors 772-380-3868



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JENSEN BEACH- Pine-
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4/3 CBS w/ lake view, on
1/2 acre lot. Near beach-
es, downtown Jensen &
Stuart, shpg & A_Rated
Schools. $544,900. Call-
Annette Cowley Keyes
Co, 772-380-3868
Melbourne Bch, beauti-
ful 3Br, updated 30x16
pool, large fenced yrd lots
of pavers $349,900 Norm
Nault Re/Max Beach
Towne 321-480-4869
others available.
MELBOURNE BEACH
5br/3.5ba, 5th BR w/sep.
entry. Recent upgrades.
Amazing pool. Reduced
$419K. 321-779-3800 Is-
lands International Realty





NORTH PALM BEACH
Renovated 3/2/1 on large
fenced lot. New roof, A/C,
windows, tile, kitch cabi-
nets, SS appl, new baths,
plumbing fixtures, paver
drvwy, shutters. $239,900
Pam Zecca Re/Max
561-635-5826
PALM BAY, beautiful BB
4/3/3 split, security, over-
sized lot, screen pool,
study, built-in apple's, Ig.
MBR w/ Ig. BA, many
upgrades, Reduced to
$359,900! 321-728-3658


PALM BEACH
GARDENS
Evergrene. 4/2.5/2. Over-
size preserve lot on Cul
de Sac. SE exposure.
Lots of upgrades. Resort
amenities. $659,000. Call
Dave, Owner/Agent,
Gardens Realty Group.
561-309-5533

CAUL Wow
PALM CITY: CBS 3/2/2,
2,248 sq. ft. Established
Community w/amenities
Bargain @ $239,000.
Geri Pileggi, Realty Ex-
ecutives 772-485-3196
(see photo online at:
www.hometownnewsol.c


PORT ST LUCIE Beauti-
ful 3/2/2, Turn Key Mod-
ern Home w/ upgraded
landscaping, nr 195 &
shops $169,000.
561-758-6320
Bob Bigone of KW Realty
PORT ST LUCIE: Brand
New 3/2/2 $1150/mo, 30 yr
fixed rate mortgage. Only
$301 total out of pocket.
Down payment assistance.
Liberty Home Builders 772-
879-1131
PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
spacious LR/DR, extra
large kitchen, all tile,
oversized closets, FL rm,
screened rm. w/hot tub,
$259K 386-760-7486
Ad #52696 online www.
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ROCKY, POINT, Stuart
Waterfront. Manatee
Pocket, Immac 3/2/4
CBS Key West home +
1262 sq ft garage! Pro-
tected harbor, 30x12 slip,
$699,111. Katherine
Goodman RE/Max of
Stuart 772-530-5386
SATELLITE BCH Grand
canal Tortoise Isl. corner
lot, 4/4 salt water pool/
spa. Boat lift. Reduced
$799,000. Islands Interna-
tional Realty 321-779-3800

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SHORT SALE Port St.
Lucie, Vacant 3006 sq ft.
custom 4/3/2 Marble
floors, crown molding
thru-out, island kitchen
$279,000 561-644-9996
407-656-0779 see other
photos online at www.
HometownNewsOL.comn
ad number 52935
ST. LUCIE WEST: Lake
Forest PTE 3/2/2 Private
water setting, tile firs,
overszd porch. Pristine
Condition! Community
pool, walk to grocery, din-
ing, etc. Gated Comm.
$198,000 Brokers Wel-
comed Owner / Agent
772-201-1205

VERO BEACH: Brand New
3/2/2 $1150/mo, 30 yr fixed
rate mortgage. Only $301
total out of pocket. Down
payment assistance.
Liberty Home Builders 772-
879-1131
VERO Beach Colonial
Terrace. 3/2.5+ den/2cg.
Beautiful upgraded CBS
pool home, tile roof,
Priced to sell! $349,000
772-569-3620 Call asap!
VERO BEACH Coral
Wind. Private, Cul de sac
3/2/2, split plan, 2400sq
ft, carpet & tile, new up-
grades. $239,000
772-569-6964
VERO CENTRAL BCH
Charming 3/2 block
home with terrazzo tile
firs on lush oversized lot.
New W/D. Mint cond.
Rent to own $325,000.
772-489-0180
VERO LAKE ESTATES -
Like new CBS, 3/2 tile
floors, covered back
porch, $119,000. Call
John King @ Realty King
Inc. Call 772-473-6081



PBG/PGA NATL. Spa-
cious TH. 3/2.5. Beautiful
tile. Hurricane shutters.
Private location. Large
patio.$205,000. Helga
Mackey, 561-301-6788,
Illustrated Props.


FORT PIERCE Not your
average duplex in
Historic District 2- story w
2 large 1/1 units. Upscale
renovations. Great Rental
$189,000 772-521-2445


FLORIDA LAND 1/4
acre near beach & golf.
$500 down $197/mo. No
qualifying! Build now or
invest for the future!
1-877-983-6600
FloridaLotsUSA.com
NC MOUNTAINS
2.2ac cabin shell $99,900
6ac. great view $69,900.
lac. mature woods
$29,900
Excellent Financing.
Free Brochure.
1-828-652-8700
OKEECHOBEE County
3 acres horse ready. No
zoning restrictions. 1568
sqft dblw 3/2 den, large
kit, LR, 2 stall barn & 12
x 24 storage, & 10x12
tack sheds, $190,000.
863-467-1650
PONCE INLET- Large lot
By lighthouse. Walk to
the beach or river,
beautiful views. Ready to
build! Priced to sell
$256K. 413-335-3988
photo ad #53366 www.
hometownnewsOL.com
PORT ST LUCIE- Becker
area, Approx 1/3 acre
crnr lot, nr new Becker
exit on Tpke. $75,000
Annette Cowley Keyes
Co. 772-380-3868
PORT ST LUCIE. Lot
#12 Richmond St. Near
Green River Pkwy Sacri-
fice Purchase Price,
$24,000 561-882-4481
or 561-252-4901
PORT ST. LUCIE
waterfront lot High & dry
.24 acro on cul-de-sac,
next to Becker Rd & 1-95
Beautiful area. Asking
$49,000 772-873-5520



PALM HARBOR Homes
Super Center Factory
Liquidation Sale!'! Modu-
lar, Mobile, & Stilt homes.
0% DOWN when you
own your land. FREE
Color Brochures. Call
800-622-2832
PORT ST. LUCIE 55+
Spanish Lakes I, dblewd
2/2 FL room, New roof,
W/D, carport dishwasher,
furnished $20,000
772-204-9882
ROSELAND BRAND
riew 3/2 on 1/2 acre, pad
for dble garage, Seclud-
ed dead end road, Owner
Anxious ready to sell!
$127,500 772-473-4402
SEBASTIAN area. Intra
coastal view new 1200
sqft. 2/2 FL room lot rent
$411 inc water, trash,
clbhse, pool, fishing pier
moor sni boat. amenities.
$59,900 772-220-5810
SPANISH LAKES Golf
Village 2/2 Furnished w/
carport & shed $21,900.
All Florida GMAC Real
Estate Mobile Home
Div. 772-398-7440
VERO BEACH 55+
Countryside 3/2 furn.
Laminate floors, bonus
rmi. Enclosed porch
Inside W/D, shed. Large
clbh, pool, tennis, more.
$50,000 772-778-6967
Call Classified
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*EscapF to the Moun-
tains!" Western NC
mountain properties, cab-
ins, homes, acreage, in-
vestment acreage, views
& creeks. Free informa-
tion & color brochure.
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pany www.appalachian-
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162 ACRES LAFAY-
ETTE CO. FLA. Planted
Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018
AFM REAL ESTATE
www.afmrealestate.com
Recreational/ timberland/
investment property Cen-
tral & Eastern GA. & S.C.
Tracts 30acs.-2,000acs.
pricing $1590-$3000/ac.
Contact Jaymie Strick-
land jaymie.strickland@
amforem.biz or Todd
Crosby todd.crosby@am
fore m.biz 843-539-2506

AL. 38+ Acres Sports-
man's Paradise. Mature
timber, duck pond, river
frontage, deer, turkey &
fishing. $115K King Re-
alty 334-566-8053. www.
umnitedcountry.com/troyal





Blairsville GA 2BR/2BA
home with Mountain view
$139,500 michaelmiles@
juliameadowsrealty.com
706-400-8870/897-0443
www.gamountainhomes.net
Classified 800-823-0466


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BUSINESS & FINANCIAL


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lished. Nets 10K monthly.
Terrific Price. $295,000.
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321-693-1429
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2007. Call Coastline Re-
alty 321-693-1429
Ice Cream Internet Cafe
Cocoa Bch $99K Incred.
location,no franchise fees
Great lease in high traffic
beach area! Coastline
Realty 321-693-1429


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r1R EGISS .....
FLORIDA
Tallahassee Area
151 AC - $3,995/AC
Double road frontage,
mature timber, near
1-10 & US Hwy 90.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
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GEORGIA - Gilmer Cty
1.5ac to 3ac building lots
starting @ $39,000 great
views, gated comm. Pri-
ces marked down 40%
Owner fin. Also 200ac @
$13,500/ac 706-889-0291
GEORGIA WOODED
HOMESITES
acre to 10acres. LOW
TAXES! Beautiful weath-
er year round. Terrific in-
vestment w/owner financ-
ing. $4500/ac. Payments
as low as $229/mo. (low
down) 706-364-4200
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TORTOISE ISLAND LAKE FRONT
Spectacular 4BD/3BA home. Concrete
Block Construction! First floor romantic
Master Suite. Screened heated pool/spa
with diving board! Summer kitchen.
Oversized 3-car garage. $749,000 �378,000
E473,000









PORTOFINO BAY
Mediterranean Masterpiece in the gated
community. 4BD/3.5BA, Gourmet center
island kitchen. Heated pool/spa & water-
fall overlooking the river. 3-car garage.
Boat slip with lift. $999,900 �505,000
C630,000




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Georgia -
Land for sale - Colquitt
County Georgia. 5-10
acres, excellent schools,
low taxes, owner finance.
$495 Down. Call
912-541-1837 Dan
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
New Ranch w/4 bed-
rooms, 2 bath, in dry-
wall stage. Sits on 2
acres near Athens, OH.
$79,900/Reduced
*$69,900*. Owner Fi-
nancing 1-740-260-2282
LOG CABIN 20+ acres
$119,900. Bonus: In-
cludes Free Barn Kit!
Own the dream! 1,800sf
log cabin and barn kit.
FL/GA border. 90 mi-
nutes Jacksonville. Po-
tential to subdivide! Ex-
cellent financing.
800-898-4409 ex 1421
MADISON COUNTY, FL
Over 40 acres in a gated
community near Talla-
hassee, FL & 1-10. $112k
net, need a quick sale.
Only $2,800 per acre. A
great deal! Call
866-755-6766
MOUNTAINS OF NC
Owner must sell a log
cabin that needs finishing
for $87,900. Has over 2
acres of land with nice
stream & big trees.
1-828-286-1666
MURPHY, NORTH CAR-
OLINA 2.41 Acres, New
Construction, 2BR/ 2BA
completely furnished cab-
in. Price reduced by
$44K. Must sell this
week. $185,000.
727-644-8805 see at
forsalebyowner.com
ID# 20913907

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ILLINOIS 240 acres
Hunting/tillable farm land.
Pond, barns, Big oak &
walnut trees, 1/2 mile of
creek running through
property. 217-357-4254
N CAROLINA "Top of
Mountain" property, 3.5
acres. 80 mile views, 3
miles off Blue Ridge
Parkway, gated comm,
paved roads & utilities.
$225,000 407-321-2007
N GEORGIA &
NC MOUNTAINS
$39,900/ $69,900 Home-
sites. Land/ log home pkg
kits starting $79,900,
Panoramic waterfall,
mountain views.
AMENITIES. Custom
homes/ cabins for sale!
1-888-389-3504 x600
NANTAHALA Real Es-
tate Co. National Geo-
graphic & ABC News has
rated this as a #1 summ-
er destination! Vacation
homes/rentals! White
water rafting! Beautiful
high elevation western
North Carolina surround-
ed by the Nantahala Nat'l'
Forest. Only 2.5 hours
NE of Atlanta, GA, only
1.5 hours outside Ashe-
ville. NC & 30 minutes
NE of Murphy, Pristine
Lake, Lake/River front
mountain view, large
tracts 866-218-8439 wWw
.nantahalaproperties.com
NC LAND: Near Raleigh/
Durham. 60acs pasture/
woods $199K; 8acs deer
$49K; 13acs hilltop $69K.
Buy now, retire later.
WE'LL FLY YOU HERE!
Pics: 1-919-693-8984;
owner@newbranch.com
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NC LOG CABIN
MUST SELL-REDUCED
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smokv Mtns.
321-432-1557 $165,000
NC MOUNTAIN HOME-
SITES FROM $243/MO!*
Gated, paved, under-
ground utilities, ameni-
ties. Excellent Financing
Available! Call toll-free:
1-877-890-5253 x4086
www.seeriverhighlandsnc
.com *monthly payment
of $243.26 based upon
purchase price of
$49,900 w/90% financed
@ 6.5% via 3yr. interest
only loan
NC MOUNTAINS
2.2ac cabin shell $99,900
4.2acs grt view. $69,900.
lac. mature woods
$29,900.
Acreage w/the best views
ever! Free Brochure. Ex-
cellent Financing.
Call 1-828-652-8700





NC, Let Uncle Sam fi-
nance your American
Dream - $600 will hold
track until you get here!
Heart of Smokey Moun-
tains. spectacular views,
gate, paved roads. Near
Asheville, lakes, National
Parks. Own fin. 2ac from
$65,000..1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
Classified
800-823-0466


THE LANDINGS MELBOURNE BEACH
STONEBRIDGE Beautiful 3Bd/3.5Ba Condo. 500' dock
Water, water everywhere! Enjoy the sce- with 22 boat slips. Seller owns 2 boat
nic Intercoastal views from the front of slips, & dues are $200 each yearly.
your spacious home, admire tranquil Private screened porch. Dynamic river
views of your heated infinity edge views. $899,000 �450,000�571,000
pool/spa overlooking your pond.
5BD/3.5BA, 2 master suites. $599,000
�304,000 E379,000


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PARADISE BEACH CLUB LAKE TORTOISE ISLAND
Oceanfront Condo- First Floor Unit, easy
access to heated pool & ocean. Ceramic 4BD/3BA courtyard pool home w/Screened
tile throughout. New appliances. 2BD/2BA, porch. Truly has a split plan with Full Mvster
New furnishings in both bedrooms- 1 King, Suite & Guest Bedroom in main pait of
1 Queen. 3 large TV's. Storm Shutters. On- home, & full Guest Suite w/full bath & bed-
site m anagement can bSe engaged s100 room (or office) overlooking the pool area.
to provide rental income. $289,000 REDUCED $599,000 �300,000 �381,000
�146,000 E187,000
www. lslandslnternationalRealty.com
Islands International Realty
668 S. Patrick Drive
Satellite Beach, FL 32937
321-779-3800 Due to exchange rate, prices iay change


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Hometown News


Friday, May 9, 2008


MADISON COUNTY FL
Acreage Over 40 acres in
a gated community near
Tallahassee, FL and 1-10.
$112K net, need a quick
sale. Call 866-755-6766
NC MOUNTAINS
Easy to finish 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
NEW ARIZONA Land
rush! 1 or 2.5 "Football
Field" sized lots! $0 down
$0 interest $159-$208/mo
! Money Back Guarantee!
888-507-4380 or www.
sunsiteslandrush.com
Ir [- BB .


NEW YORK - UpState
NY RIVERFRONT
FARM! 10ac -* $84,900
River valley views, rolling
meadows, babbling
brook, wide river, 5 miles
to Cooperstown, NY!
Terms! 877-866-5263
North Carolina - Alarka
Highlands Grand Open-,
ing Estate sized lots with
360 degrees with 40 mile
views at 4500' elevation
near Bryson City. Call
1-877-504-0005
www.alarkahlghlands.com
BEST IN THE AREA!
HOMETOWN NEWS
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NORTH CAROLINA.
100 acres, $399,000.
Best Buy Ever! Trout
stream & paved road.
Perfect hideaway or re-
treat. 828-684-8706
Ammons Agency Real
Estate.
PERRY FLORIDA Lovely
4BR/2.5Ba, 2400 square
foot home on approx. 2
acres - a small rural town
approx. 50mi SE of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patio area w/tall privacy
fence, Gazebo with hot
tub. Reduced - $239,000.
Call 1-386-658-3378 or
cell 1-386-208-2589
CALL CLASSIFIED
and sell that carl
1-800-823-0466


POLK COUNTY Florida.
5 Acre Deed Restricted
Homesites, $95,000.
Owner financing avail.
$5,000/down,$525/month
Quality. Realty & Invest-
ments 1-863-533-0888
ST AUGUSTINE: Luxury
upgraded 2 or 3br/2ba
w/deeded 50' deep water
BOAT SLIP. 1/2mi to
OCEAN INLET. Spec-
tacular views, 2nd floor,
1710sqft, Pool $835,000.
Nancy, St Johns Realty
Group 904-669-4272
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Call 1-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE, 5.7 acres -
nice corner lot on 2 coun-
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2B on Corner lot in town,
nice yard, 2 kitchens &
could be used as a Du-
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Realty & Auctions, Tim
Spencer 931-242-5149,
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FORT PIERCE, High
Point, 55+, Large 1 Br/
1-1/2 Ba, screened back
patio, laundry room. Gat-
ed comm with active
clubhouse, htd pool.
Annual $700/mo furn or
$650/mo unfurn. 1st/
last/ sec 772-337-3317


HOBE SOUND Furn 2/1
newly renovated,carpeted
brand new kitchen. Ac-
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$775mo 772-546-2300
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1941 BUICK Completely
rebuilt Street Rod, Chevy
350, 300hp engine,
interior complete with
bucket front seats, Turbo
400 trans, Ford 9" rear
$30K 386-589-7234
1965 PONTIAC GTO
ground up restoration
more than 1/2 done. Too
many new & used parts
to list. Health forces sale.
$15,000 772-461-1781
DATSUN 240Z '72,
Newly restored,custom
wheels & tires. Must Sell!
$6000 772-708-0225
See photo online @
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FORD T-BIRD 1962
wht/red w/tonneau cap,
wire wheels, original
parts,excellent condition
$25,000 772-461-5078
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WOW
JAGUAR XJ6 1987 Last
year of the original body
style. Maroon exterior
with incredible bisque
leather seats. 69K miles
New Cooper tires. Needs
some TLC. Great
Classic. $4,500.
772-971-5420
PLYMOUTH PROWLER
1999 Convertible One of
1576 red manuf 8270 mi
Collectors dream, pristine
condition. $32,500/obo
352-249-9164 see photos
online at www.
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MERCEDES' BENZ 300
SE '91 Fully equip, sun-
roof, brown w/ tan leather
interior. Great cond.
economical. Must seel
$3500obo 772-335-7302



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LAKE PARK: 2br/lba,
1st fir. Tile firs. No pets.
$850/mo + Sec & 1 yr
lease 561-627-1731
N. PALM BCH: lbr/lba,
New paint, CHA, Pool,
Elevator. 1 yr lease. No
pets. $850/mo +
$500/Sec 561-627-1731
PORT ST LUCIE: Fully
furnished 2b/2ba condo
in PGA Village. Pool,
Cable incl. Rent Wkly,
Mthly, or Yrly $900/mo,
$450/Dep 407-873-0897
VERO BEACH: Del Mar
Furn'd 1/1.5, 55+ Pool &
Clubhse on ocean. No
smk. Available May 15th.
$850/mo annual or 3mo
min 772-321-5166
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$575. Tile, new appl.
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. $750/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.
6mo-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
& sec. 386-424-9341
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HARLEY DAVIDSON:
Gorgeous 00' Dyna Wide
Glide. Many Extras.
13,000mi. Exc Cond.
$8,500/Trade for equal
value. 772-370-8413
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726
YAMAHA Silverado
1100 '06 Like new, 3500
miles $5500
772-288-2322



CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP Lifetime! Camp
Coast to Coast USA/
Canada Year Round. $10
per night (full hook-up)
Paid $2595, illness forces
sale $595, 800-236-0327
CANTERBURY - Park
model RV in MASS. Per-
fect for entire summer.
12x40 '02, lbr/lba, cath
ceiling, full size apple, Like
New. Lot good until 2097.
$48,000. 508-344-9499
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FORT PIERCE Bent
Creek. Gated comm.
4/2/2, S/S appls, 2000sq
ft. Jacuzzi in master.
Close to beach, 195
$1250mo 305-546-1007
PALM CITY 3/2 on open
water with dock & boat
lift. Gorgeous view! Spa-
cious kitchen. Available
immediately. $2500mo
772-370-0503
PORT ST LUCIE: Why
rent? Own brand new
3/2/2 for $1150/mo. Only
$301 total out of pocket.
Liberty Home Builders
772-879-1131

RENT IOw
PORT ST. LUCIE - 2/1/1,
Only 4 miles to the
beach! Immaculate cond.
new roof, paint & ce-
ramic firs. Huge yard.
Lawn service all apple.
Asking $850/mo. Pets
OK!! 772-398-6965
PORT ST. LUCIE 3/2/2
Like new, large fam room
kit, all appl, W/D.
Covered patio, Near
schools, tpk, 95.
$1100/mo 1st & sec
954-383-7519

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FLEETWOOD 28' '05
Terry, Slide out, sleeps 6,
Like new $12,500obo
772-489-9676





MANAGER'S SPECIAL
'91 COACHMAN
CATAIUNA 33FT
$9,995
'95 AIR STREAM
LAND YACHT 32FT
$16,900
'98 KEYSTONE
SPRINTER 35FT-RK,
5TH WHEEL
As Is $7,995

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STUART Lakefront Gat-
ed comm 3/2/2, Like new
plenty of upgrades,
clubhouse w/ pool. Cable,
alarm & lawn care incl.
$1600mo 954-471-9483
VERO BEACH: Why
rent? Own brand new
3/2/2 for $1150/mo. Only
$301 total out of pocket.
Liberty Home Builders
772-879-1131
VERO CENTRAL BCH
Charming 3/2 block
home with terrazzo tile
floors on lush oversized
lot. New W/D. Mint cond.
Rent to own $1225/mo.
772-489-0180



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
VERO BEACH Over-
looks lake, Gated comm.
3/2, pool & clubhouse,
large kitchen with island
$1250mo FLS
772-538-2536

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HOBE SOUND 55+
Cambridge,Partially furn
Dblewde, Scr porch, 2/2,
Incl comm pool, lawn
main & cable. Exc. cond
$850mo 772-545-4028
BEST IN THE AREA!
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VERO- RETAIL/OFFICE.
2 mos FREE rent. US
Hwy #1/Great Commerce
Center. Expand or start
new business. $600/mo.
772-489-0180
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ATTENTION
TOW COMPANIES
FORT PIERCE Fenced
parking. Up to 1 acre,
1 Block from US1, next to
Toyota dealer. Rent all or
portion. 772-521-5111


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MARATHON. LUXURY
vacation homes. Ocean
Front. Amenities: heated
pool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials!
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GATLINBURG Tenn
Springtime in the
Smokies! Near Dolly
wood. Plan your break
now. 2 & 3 br chalets with
mountain views, hot tubs,
Jacuzzis, game rooms.
1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com
NO CAROLINA Beech
Mountain. 1-6 br chalets
& mountain villas fully
furnished. Golf, Hot tubs,
tennis, swimming, fine
dining, Cool mountain
breezes, from $225/wk.
10% discount with this
ad. www.gobeech.com
1-800-368-7404
NO Carolina Mtns
Summer In N Carolina
Mtns Completley furn.
1-br condo 4 months
June thru Sept $550/mo
+ utilities. 828-884-7627


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ELL
GRAND VILLA Unihome
'89, Foretravel U280, 38'
diesel pusher, Cat 3208,
aWnings, back up cam-
era, 7.5 diesel Onan gen-
erator, newer tires, No
smokers, fully loaded, w/
extras. Asking $28,900
Call anytime
772-538-4240


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17' YAMAHA Jet Boat
'97. Twin Jet, 6 hrs on rblt
mtrs. Full cover/gar kept.
Best value on mkt
$10,500 772-285-0369

VALUE
24'7" CENTURY '95
200HP Yamaha, New
Garmin, GPS, Alum Trail-
er. Lots of extras,
$17,000/obo
772-770-9294
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CHAPPARAL SUNESTA
Deckboat 21' 1995 I/O
EZ-Ioad trailer, $9,950
772-932-1313
772-485-4126
KEN KRAFT 21.5' CC,
Merc 200, incl trailer,
x-lrg T-top, New electron-
ics, All top of line. Mint!
$14,500 772-873-3973
REDUCED 10,000!
SEA RAY SUNDANCER
'06,Generator, GPS, dual
Merc cruisers, windlass,
full head, sleeps 5, low
hours, like new. Asking
$99,500 386-527-2103


GRAND JUNCTION 05
37.5, 5th wheel 4 slides
fireplace, awning, corian
ctrs, 2 a/c's, TV's storage
$25,500 772-643-1999
LUXURY By Design '07
Park model, 2 slide outs,
sleeps 6, A/C, full Kit &
bath. First $17,900
772-461-0666
617-365-8564
Classified 800-823-0466


ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
or Historic District from
$129nite 904-825-1911
ww.sunstatevacation.com
TENNESSEE MTNS.
Cumberland Plateau
Bordering The Big South
Fork Natl River/ rec area.
11 fully furn Log cabins.
www. laurel fork. com
423-286-5135
WESTERN N. Carolina
Mountaintop Log Home &
efficiency cabin rentals,
20 minutes East of
Asheville/Hendersonville.
RV & Campground. full
hook-up. Call toll free
1-877-668-4928 or visit
www.skyislandretreatand
campground.com


FORD LARIAT F350 '01,
Dually, crew cab, Ither,
loded,82k mi., 2 wh drive,
7.3 diesel, exc. cond
$17,500 772-519-1245
NEED TO HIRE??
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LEGAL NOT


COUNTY TOWING SERV-
ICE, INC. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and in-
tent to sell these vehicles on
05/20/2008, 12:00 pm al
3068 LAKE WORTH ROAD,
LAKE WORTH, FL
33461-4606, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. COUNTY
TOWING SERVICE, INC
reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
1989 FORD
1FTEF26Y4KNA59748
2007 CADILLAC
1G6DP577070109035
Pub May 9. 2008


DUVALL'STOWING
SERVICE, INC. gives Notice
of Foreclosure of Lien and in-
tent to sell these vehicles on
05/20/2008, 12:00 pm at
2635 ELECTRONICS WAY,
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
33407, pursuant to subsec-
tion 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. DUVALL'S
TOWING SERVICE, INC.
reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
1991 HONDA
1HGCB7655MA156555
1999 HONDA
1HGCG564XXA083829
1997 MERCURY
1MELM6248VH625158
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VIRGIN ISLANDS: St.
Maarten, Luxury lbr/lba,
deeded for 1 wk every
year for life or exchange
1 wk anywhere in world.
$3,600 904-571-7195



FORT PIERCE
WAREHOUSE for sale,
2700 sqft, w/ 4 overhead
doors, 1 ac of parking, in
the heart of Fort Pierce.
One block US1 & Dick-
son Drive. $699,000.
Owner financing possible
772-521-5111
:VERO STRIP Center.
Income, location, cap
rate, mint condition. Fully
leased $1.2M. VERO
LANDMARK Corner. 2.5
acres. + 4000 sq ft build-
ing. General commercial.
Lift station. Ample park-
ing. Sale or lease.
$799K 772-489-0180



MIMS 3/2 MFG home on
17 beautiful acres 80%
cleared. Great for horses.
1/2 mi from 1-95. Priced
for quick sale. $299,000
386-402-8141
TEXAS LAND Liquida-
tion! 20 acres, near
Booming El Paso. Good
road access. Only
$14,900 $200/down,
$145per/mo. Money back
guarantee. No credit
checks 1-800-755-8953
www.sunsetranches.com



PORT CHARLOTTE, FL
1 yr old gorgeous home.
South Golf Cove. Golf
access. Screened, spa.
3br/2.5ba/2cg. 2571 sq ft.
Was $646,000 1 yr ago.
Asking $350,000. Call
727-492-1665
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and sell that boat!
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