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By Jay Meisel
Meisel@hometownnewsol.com
FORT PIERCE -- Port -St. Lucie caterer
John Antortirii and some volunteers may not
want to see mashed potatoes. for a ~while
after this month.
During a 10 to 12 hour period later, this
month, they'll prepare 2,200 :pounds of'
mashed potatoes. The mashed potatoes will
be part of Mustard Seed Ministries' 19th-
annual Thanksgiving feast on Nov. 26. The
meal begins at 11 a.m.
See HELP, Al2


Facility to help foster teens


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Several area schools have
reason to celebrate, thanks
to thousands of dollars in
grants from the Education
Foundation of Martin Coun-

Among them is Crystal
Lake Ele etay which
secured $;1 30 fo a reading
ad mth porm
Indiant poy Mddle School
students got a similar grant'
as part of the program that
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Martin County house
gains highest
energy rating
A Martin County home got
a green "thumbs up" for
energy preservation.
The Jensen Beach house,
located on -Skyline Drive,
gained the highest -rating
from the Florida Green
Building Coalition, which
certifies energy-efficient
buildings.
It is one of three Martin
County homes with the certi-
fication.
To qualify, houses have to
meet several criteria that
show the builder's and resi-
dents' attention to energy
conservation,
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can Party, said the Republicans are
regroupmng.
He said the party would "take~a
step back and see what our options
are," to increase 'the success of
Republicans candidates in St. Lucie
County.
Both Ms. Bush and Mr. Parrish said
voter registration is a factor in elec-
tions.
Democrats trake up the majority
of the registered voters who are affili-
ated with a party, she said. .
She believes that because of the


registration num- ~1 772.@:
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SThiey agreed that
the success of
'President-elect Obams had an etiec.
"We always have good candidates
Mr. Parrish said. "Unfortunately, the
political scene this year was slanted
toward the Democrats."
The heavy turnout also favored
Democrats, Mr. Parish said.


By Jay Meisel
Meisel@hometownnewsol.com
ST. LUCIE COUNTY St. Lucie
County residents voted Democratic
in the large majority of races on the
general election ballot.
"I'm obviously ecstatic," said
Celeste Bush, head of the St. Lucie
County Democratic Party. "We had a
very good candidate," she said,
meaning Barack Obama.
On the other hand, Reece Parrish,
head of the St. Lucie County Republi-


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ditionally, more Republi-
cans turn out to vote than Democ-
rats," he said.
President-elect Obama's coattails


See ELECTIONS, A4


By Jay Meisel
Meisel@hometownnewsol.com
.FORT PIERCE With a
Mohawk hairstyle and a relative-
ly lean body, Chicago resident.
Patrick Bertoletti might not; look
like a professional eater.
But last weekend, Mr. Berto-
letti gulped down 47 slices of
pizza in 10 minutes at Big Apple
Pizza &( Pasta and beat the world
record of 45 slices
"Since I was 4 yars old I've
always had aye insatiable-
apetite the number two
rned professional eater in the
world said. "Food is the only
thingl'Til good at."
He said he has a degree in the


culinary arts. .
Mr. Bertoletti won the profes-
sional pizza eating contest, but
amateurs participated in six
other division contest,
The event benefited the Van
Duzer Foundation, which helps
St. Lucie County families facing
hardships because of u~nfore-
seen crises or tragedies. >
Participants also brought
canned food to support a Boy
Scout food drive to help' the Sal-
vation Army, Mvustard Seed Min-
istries and Harvest Food and
Outreach Center.
The Boy Scouts and the Van
Duzer Foundation and its part-
ners, Big Apple Pizza & Pasta,
National City Bank, the St. Lucie


County `Sheriff's Office and
Lawnwood Regional Medical
Center and Heart Institute, pro-
vided 54,721 pounds of food for
the drive.
W~al-Mart Distribution Center
No. 7038 donated $2,000 to the
Van Duzer Foundation, which
was used to buy canned food.
Mr.Van Duzer said he wasn't cer-
tamn how many pizzas were
eaten during the event, but it
was a lot.
Even- though he had his fil,
Mr. Bertoletti said he' was ready
to eat more pizza the next day.
"They did a good job prepar-
ing the pizza,'f he said. "The
pizza here is better than in New
See PIZZA, A8


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Academy drill --- .
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Lucie the full
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A reveler in traditional Junkah~oo wear
shows off the Bahamian tradition during
the Pineapple:Festival,


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Festival has

Bahamian ties

By Santantha Joseph
Joseph@hometownnewsol.com
MARTIN COUNTY Organizers of this
weekend's Pineapple Festival promise atten-
dees the heart-pounding rhythms of Junkanoo,
a 200-year-old Caribbean celebration that
draws thousands of visitors yearly to the Islands
of~the Bahamas.
As the Jensen Beach festival returns for its
21.st year, planners say they are excited to have
maintained a decades-long relationship with
Eleuthera, a Bahamian island that started a
pineapple festival at around the same time.
"It's a loyal friendship we've developed, and it
adds a unique cultural dimension to this festi-
Val," Said event organizer Ron Rose, executive
director of the Jensen Beach Chamber of Com-
merce.
The three-day event is set to draw upwards of
45,000 attendees from the TkIeasure Coast and
surrounding areas.
And organizers expect high turnout, despite
the nationwide economic slowdown.
"I think we'll probably do better than we did
last year. People aren't travelling long distances,
Sqee FESTIVAL, A4


By Jay IMeisel
meisel@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST At 18, a
young woman who had lived in
a foster home was forced to live
On her own. Unhappy with her
minimum Wage job, she turned
to drugs and ended up in jail.


But because of support from
a counselor with Childre's
Home Society, Christina Bury,
who is now 22, attends classes
at Indian River State College.
"It has helped me stay off the
streets," Ms. Bury said last week.
"If I didn't have this program, I
wouldn't be at this table (for an


interview) ."
To help more young adults
like M~s. Bury, as they age out of
the foster system, Childre's
H-ome Society will break ground
Nov. 16 on a Youth Transition
Center. The groundbreaking


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The residential center will
have nine apartments that
will serve up to 20 youth.
While there, Mr. Brooks
said, they will be taught life
skils and receive assistance
with plans to go to school or
work.
They will only stay there a
limited amount of time, he
said.
"If we create a system
where they become depend-
ent on us, we have failed,"
Mr. Brooks said. .
Foster teens are in a much
different situation when they
reach 18, than their counter-
parts, who live their natural
families, he said. .
While some non-foster
teens continue to live with
their parents or at least
receive some help in most
cases, the teens plust leave
their foster homes, he said.
And even if they could
remain with their foster par-
ents, most want a less restric-
tive environment when they
reach 18, he said.
Some are eligible for some
state assistance for tuition
and living expenses, but it is
limited. Often, they dod't take
advantage of that, he said.
"What we are in effect say-
ing to these young people
when they turn 18 is 'happy
birthday, you're homeless,"'"
Mr. Brooks said. 'The Youth
T'Iansktion Center wvill give
themi thie opportunities to
make a positive transition
into adulthood and b'ecomhe
contributing members of


society."
For Ms.~ Bury, stayingin her
foster home was not an
option. Her foster mother
was a good person and made
her get her GED, she said.
"She made me do every-
thing," she said. "I didn't do it
for myself."
While she was in jail, she
said, her foster mother
moved to Texas.
She ended up working in a
sewing factor.
"I didn't want to make $6
an hour for the rest of my
life," Ms. Bury said.
She hopes attending col-
lege wil open up better
opportunities.
Sancia Jeantil, 20, also a
fonrme foster child, is attend-
ing indlian River State College
and wants to become a pro-
bation officer.
Without help from the
Children's Home Society and
state assistance, she said, she
would have less hope of that
goal becoming true.
Ms. Jeantil, whose family
came to Florida from Haiti,
said she was placed in a
group home and then a regu-
lar foster home because of
issues in her family
Children's Home Society
was able' to help her get a
green card to stay in the Unit-
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From left: Karen Knapp-
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ST. LUCIE COUNTY -
AT&T has gifted $5,000 to
the United Way of St. Lucie
County
The agency will use the
gift to continue its work to
create long-lasting commu-
nity change.
Nationally, the organiza-
tion works to advance the
common good by focusing
on education, income and
health,
In St. Lucie County, the


United Way has a record of
supporting projects that
address the basic building
blocks of a good life for its
citizens.
.For example, in the last
year, the organization part-
nered with 416 local pro-
grams that addressed criti-
cal issues, such as the need
for good child care, adult
daycare, hunger, homeless-
ness, drug abuse, and sup-
port for the mentally and
physically disabled.
"We are extremely grateful
for the support of AT&rT,"


said Karen Knapp, CEO /
president of United Way of
St.' Lucie County. ."Their
generous contribution will.
allow us to create a brighter
future for many people in
need in our community." .
AT&T supports the United
Way nationally and in St.
Lucie County through direct
contributions and employee
gifts.
"At AT&T, our inission is to
connect people to their
world where they live and
work and do it better than
anyone else," said Catherine


McKenzie, area director for
Florida. "The United Way of
St. Lucie County supports
'programs that directly affect
our community and our citi-
Szens' lives, connecting them
'with resources ~and expertise
to improve their situation.
The United Way also sup~-
ports organizations with
proven results, which means
that the support we give
today has a greater impact
in St. Lucie County tomor-
row," she said.
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"American Idol" alum to per-
form for the Jensen Beach
crowd, following fellow fnalist
Kellie Pickler, who stole the
show last year.
"We look forward to another
successful festival that offers
good family entertainment
and an.unforgettable experi-
ence," Mr. Rose said. "Let's just
say Jensen Beach will once
again be the entertainment
epicenter of South Florida
(this) weekend," he said.

For more information and a
schedule of events, visit
www.pineapplefestival.info.


million boxes of the fruit each
summller. .
It's a past that mirrors that of
Gregory Town, quaint settle-
ment on the Bahamian island
of Eleuthera, which holds a
pineapple-festival every sum-
mer.
Hundreds of miles apart,
Jensen Beach and Gregory
Town bonded over their simi-
lar pasts.
In 1990' they formed a sis-
ter-city relationship that has
gone well beyond the festivals.
"It's really a meaniingful rela-
tionship that has been validat-
ed several times before," said


Jacqueline Gibson, founder of
the Eleuthera festival and rep-
resentative of the Bahamnas
Ministry of Tourism. "Its an
opportunity for both groups to
showcase our community."
The Bahamians bring island
delicacies, such as conch frit-
ters and freh fruit daiquiris;
straw craft, art and other sou-
venirs.
They also showcase island
bands and dancers in hand-
made, colorful and elaborate
Costumes. Performers play a
variety of drums, cow bells,
whistles and other instru-
ments to create a unique


Caribbean sound.
"It's a fun time," Ms. Gibson
said. "When we come here, we
feel at home. We feel like we've
come to family."
The Jensen Beach Pineap-
ple Festival features more than
100 activities, carnival-style
games and ongoinglive enter-
tainment.
Th~is year's headlining acts
include "American Idol" linal-
ist and country singer Bucky
Covington, funk bank Morris
Day St The Time and 7-year-
old piano prodigy, Ethan Bort-
nick.
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That results in a fully
Democratic St. Lucie County
Commission." : .
Voters also went Democrat-
ic wlhen selecting constitu-
tional officers.
St. Lucie County Sheriff
Ken Mascara, a Democrat,
won re-election handily. .
Joe Smith, a Democrat who
gave up his seat on the Coun-
ty Commission, defeated
Re ublican Ed Fry for the
position of clerk of the circuit
curt
cMr. Smith's victory make
him the fist Democrat to
hold the position in more
than a decade.
His name recognition find
the trend in the national elec-
tion may have helped Mr.
Smith, Mr. Parrish said.
Mr. Smith said the overall
success of Demcra~ts ini the
election may have helped
him bustohe noted t he ?
Republican precincts.
"We were able to~ run a
strong campaign," he said
In the election for pilblic
defender, Diamond Litty, ~the
incumbent Republican, won
the majority of votes in the.
district, which also includes


Martin, Indian River and
Okeechobee counties.
But St. Lucie .Coupty voters
favored challenger Don Chin-.
quina, a Democrat, by a mar-
gin of less than 2,000 votes.
The results were more
mixed in state legislative
races.
.St. Lucie County residents
favored Democrats in two of
the races for state representa-
tive and Republicans for one
race for state representative
andbdne for state senator.'
In the' election for State
Representative District 81,
Adam Fetterman, a .Democ-
rat, was elected to replace
Gayle Harrell, a Republican.
Ms. Harrell lott in the
Republican primary for U.S.
Representative District 23;
Tom Rooney, the winner of
that primary, defeated
incumbent Democrat Tim
Mahoney.
The defeat came in the
wake of Mr. Mahoney admit-
tin to numerous affairs out-
side his marriage.
Mr. Parrish said he believes
Mr. Rooney will do a fine job
representing the district.


eleCtions.
SIn the two St. Lucie County
Commission races, voters
chose Democrats Chris Craft
and Chris Dzadovsky. .


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yadirF November 14 2 8


Fort Pierce, was charged with
retaliation against a victim,
witness or informant.
*Amber Dawn Gibbons, 21,
2400 Cortez, Fort Pierce, was
charged with sale/delivery of
oxycodone and unlawfully
sellingadrug.
*John Draundice Edwards,
24, 4009 S.W. Canrady St., Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
possessionofcocaine.
*Russell Leon Matthews,
aka.Isaac Blackshell, 30, 4412
Pressner Lane, Fort Pierce,
was charged with armed rob-
bery, possession of a firearm
by a convicted felon, giving a
false name to a law enforce-
ment officer, grand theft ofa
motor vehicle, failure to
appear on a charge of posses-
sion of marijuana and viola-
tion of probation. He was on
probation for burglary of an
occupied of an occupied
dwelling.
*Santina A. Walker, 38, 1505
North 42nd St., Fort Pierce,
was charged with aggravated
assault. .
*Stephen Chrisfo Miles, 49,
1279 Northeast 29th Terrace,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with felony driving under the
influence. -
*DavidBrianPfister,49,471
Buxton Ave.,, Port St. Lucie,
was charged with : driving
under the influence and being
ahabitualtraffic offender.
*Jesse Dean Benavente, 18,
7370 Pine Lakes Blvd:, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
domestic strangulation.
*Matthew Edward Zink, 33,
701 North Indian River Drive,
Fort Pierce, was charged with
uttering a forged bill, check or
draft.
*Randolph Wadlington, 44,
1059 S.W. Aurelia Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with third-
degree grand theft.
*Steven Allen Kouns, 31, 698
Todd Ave., Port St. Lucie, was
charged with third-degree
grand theft. ,
*Maureen H. Cummings,
18, 291 S.W. Palm Drive, Apt.


8,& Engle Drive, Port St. Lucie,
was charged with leaving a
scene of an accident without
rendering aid.
*Sharon L, stattend, 34, 781
S.E. Ave-sh.iv Ave., Port St.
Luciewaschargedwithutter-
ing a forged instrument and
third-degree grand theft.
*Sianieta Sabrina Gayle, 18,
1561 S.Wg Apricot Road, Port
St. Lucle, was charged with
battery and burglary of a con-
veyance,

St. Lucie Coung
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*Nathan Alexander Varella,
21, 319 Olive Ave., Port St-
Lucie, was charged with grand
theft of a motor vehicle, bur-
glary of a conveyance and
third-degree grand theft.
*Bertha Rousseau, 28, no
address given, was charged
with home invasion robbery
and grand theft of a motor
vehicle.
*Thomas Elyah Ragonese,
19, 1309 White Oak Lane, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
grand theft and burglary of a
conveyance.
*Ramon G. Suarez, aka
Ramon Guillen, 40, 139 S.W.
East Danville Circle, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with first-
degree grand theft.
*Jermaine Alexander, aka
Blue, 22, 701 Skylark Drives
Fort Pierce, was charged with
being habitual traffic offend-
er, burglary of an occupied
dwelling and resisting an offi-
cer without violence.
*Michael Ackley, 30, 3553
S.E. Cabia Way, Stuart, was
charged with uttering a forged
bU check or draft.
*Nicole R. Gangarossa, 18,
1001 S.W. John MacCormick
Terrace, Port St. Lucie, was
charged with possession of
oxycodone, two counts of syle
of Xanaxpid sale of a coun-
- terfeit substance. I
*Cynthia Elizabeth Lozano,
22, 951 Frajmore Place, Apt. A,


was charged with maintain-
ing on assisted living : scaly
without a license
*Patrick J. Calhoun, 80, 1907
S.R littlmoor Drive, Apt. 30,
Port St. Lucle, was chaped
withgunulthen
*\,-.,n ilums.p, Consi.11. 24,
360 SAV. Jeanne Ave., Port St.
Lude, was charged with bur-
plus a of a conveyance,
*Ianin-il David Steele, 30,
2m? SA\f, Gemini Lane, Port
St. Lucle, was charged with
"'It is: to or obtaining a
controlled substance by
caud
*Amanda Marie Principe,
19, 965 N. Bayshore Blvd.,
I'ort St. Lucie,"was charged
with grand theft and fraudu-
lent use of a crklit card.
*Shantella Denise Ander-
son, 20, 3208 Louisiana Ave.,
Unit 8, Fort Pierce, was
charged with criminal mis- .
chief.
*Matthew Ryan Rodriguez,
22, 385 S.W. Kestor Drive, Fort
Pierce, was charged with bur-
glary of a dwelling and dealing
in stolen property
*Jimmy Jack White, 36, 2191
N.E. Park St., Jensen Beach,
was charged with aggravated
stalking.
*AmandaLanettePoole,28,
2162 S.W Vista Road, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with pos.
session of cocaine, possession
of a controlled substance and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia.
*Matthew David Daigle, 20,
408 S.E. Seebreeze Lane, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
criminal mischief and corrup-
tion by threat against a public
servant.
*Journel Normil, 36, 583
S.W. Quick Circle, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with grand
theft.
*Tracy John Salmon, 22,
1844 S.E. Balletto St., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with pos-
session of more than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession of
marijuana with intent to sell
or deliver, possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Robert E. Hawley, 43, 2867


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of onests not convictions,
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was charged with grand theft
d latin f ovation
e soon orob7tion for
and theft
*Robert Man Berseeker, 25,
5325, N.W. Buena Court, Port
St. Lucie, was ch d with
having no vehicle r traction
and ossessionofXanaxwith
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out a presc par io Cochran,

33, 47 E. Strait Ave., Port St
Luci was char d with driv'
in der the in ence result-
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c ne idle thot
rende aid and leaving the
scene an accident without
it
re r2 Howard Stocker,
no date of birth 2249
S.E. Blossom Dri ort St
Lucie, was charged with viola
tion of probation
*Marpon Andre Davis, 21
3106 Juanita Ave., Fort Pierce'
was charged with possession
of a controlled substance
possession of drug parapher'
nalia, possession of 20 grams
or less of marijuana and fail-
ure to appear in court on a
charge of driving without a
license
*Francois Antoine, 52, 2314
S.W.Ranchfure., Port St Lucie.


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*Tonya Davis Knowles, 29,
861 S.W Belmont Circle, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
proving false information to a
pawnbroker and dealing in
stolen property.
*David Ruiz, 42, 901 Ash-
land Court, Kissimmee, was
charged with violation of pro-
bation. He was on probation
for burglary of a dwelling and
dealing in stolen property.
*Rolando Paez, 22, 3261
N.E. Skyline Drive, Jensen
Beach, was charged with vio-
lation of community control.
He was on community con-
trol for second-degree mur-
der, possession of cocaine and
sale/delivery of cocaine.
*Cornelius N. Kimons, 22,
2711 Avenue S, Fort Pierce,
was charged with violation of
community control. He was
-on community control for
carrying a concealed weapon.
*Robert Martin Addams, 21;
908 Antigua Ave., Fort Pierce,
was charged with three
counts of burglary of an unoc-
cupied dwelling, possession
of burglary tools, petit theft
and criminal mischief.
*Amber Marie MacNeil, 23,
332 S.W. Voltair Terrace, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
possession qf Xanax without a
prescription and possession
of 20 grams or less of marijua-
na.
*Frederick Gonzulsa
Brown, 21, 2405 Avenue O,
Fort Pierce, was charged with
aggravated assault with a
firearm.
*Lloyd Lengel Stephens, 40,
2162 S.E. Shelter Drive, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
attempted sexual battery on a
person older than 12.
See POLICE, 410


207, Port St. Lucie, was
charged with possession of
oxycodone without a pre-
scription.
*Rachel Dunbar, 35, 300
S.W. Egret Lane, Port St. Lucie,
was charged with trafficking
in hydrocodone and two
counts of obtaining or
attempting to obtain a con-
trolled substance by fraud.
*$hawn Michael Cusick, 34,
14520 Orange Ave., Fort
Pierce,. was charged with
bkand theft.
*Timothy Iteller, 50, 4905
Sunset Blvd., Fort Pierce, was
charged with two counts of
battery, disorderly conduct
and violation of probation,
*David S. Dennis, 95, no
street address given, Fort
Pierce, was charged with bur-
glary with assault or battery
and trespass.
*Jimmy A. Romero, 21, 515
South 17th St., Fort Pierce,
was charged with aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon.
*Monroe Lucky, 35, 2500
Seneca Ave., Fort Pierce, was
charged with violation of pro-
bation. He was on probation
for being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Bernard Martinez, 39, 520
South 11th St., Fort Pierce,
was charged with grand theft
of a motor vehicle.
*Terry Tyrone Wheeler, 28,
2805 Avenue I, Fort Pierce,
was charged with felony bat-
tery and petit theft.
*Brian Joseph Bowes, no
date of birth given, 1627
Tiffany Club Drive, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
resisting an officer with vio-
lence, corruption by threat
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.


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Voting privilege

Today I voted against prejudice, ignorance and.-coirup-
tion and voted for equality, enlightenment and justice'

More on voting

As a citizen of another country who is living in the United
States legally, I stood with envy as my peers cast their votes
in the year's electiori.
Not only were they participating in the most histdrical
election.since women had the right to vote, they were tak-
mng sep to getting this once magnificent country back on

mAls oug dher de~nt-ct Obama now haos te ivrdo m
most qualified man for the job. He may not be a prisoner of
Swar, nor spent the last 30 years m Washmngton, D.C., but he
connected with us, the common man.
SWe look at him and know that he has struggled to fiild his
way, as most of us do each day. He has overcome adversity.
He has laughed in the face of racism and flourished.
We should be proud as a counnry that we have taken a
. step toward repairing the damage that slavery and horrid
racism has caused.
We have to cross racial barriers and embrace one anoth-
er. This is not a victory for justAfrican:Americans) it is a vic-
tory for all Americans and the .entire wobrld. '
By the next election, I hope to be a citizen and have the
opportunity to keep this man in office. Way to go.

.Stand behind Obama

As Americans, we need to stand behind Obama and help
him make this country go in the right direction. He is the
one to help our youth and our teens.
God bless America and God bless Obama.

Automated phone systems should be stopped

We despise these automated answering systems that arq
being used today, especially the ones where, even thougH
pil h:2ave pressed the button for English, the messagep-
comes out in English and repeats itShelf in Spanish.
One version is when you dial a number and get the auto-
mated message to please listen, because our menu has
chan ed. If yoj- iWant to speak to Jimn Jones; press 1, Paul
Smith press 2,~ or evren better, if you know your party's '
extension. dial it now and so on. When you do nothing the
message repeats' itself over anid over aind over. You can never
seem to get a live operator who can direct your call like in
the olden days, when a live operator would answer and
you'd say, I'd.1ike to speak to say MIr. XYZ and the next thing
you know, your party) picks up the call.
Secondly, we are registered on the Do Not Call List and
have checked that our telephone numbers are still active.*
We don't know if anyone else has had this experience,. blit
this is driving us crazy.
We'll get a telephone call when we are not at home. The
call is 'picked up by our telephone answering machine or
voicemail. ,
The message goes something like this: This is ABC Com-
pany and we have an important call for (silence/no name).
It is imperative that (silence/no name) calls us back imme-
diately. They supply a telephone number to call back. We
call the number back and they ask us why we are calling
and the name of the person who called us and what the call
is about. Huh? How are we supposed to know this informa-
tion when they placed the call and never gave us the infor-
mation in the first place?
Another version is, we'll receive a call that starts basically
the same ivay, except that they mention a name. We are try-
ing to contact John Jones. If you are not John Jones, please *
hang up and disconnect. By continuing to listen to this
message you admit you are Joe Johns and are accepting
responsibility for this call.
Now remember, this is all on our voicemail. If our voice-
mail is answering the call, that means we are not ait home,
so how are we supposed to reject the call?-Of course since
we have not responded to their call, the procedure gets
repeated either the same day or the next.
We've even had some calls that we did answer and told
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Y ha small tow inls yorfml.
Georgia or Virginia or maybe
NewYork, but where did they
come from and where did
they go?
This is where you go from
yourtr-aditional genealogy
research, to all those other
subjects I've been telling you
to pursue, history, geogra-
phy, politics and financial
conditions of the times.
Read the local history and
study what was going on
when your ancestor first
Appeared in his or her '
present location. Was it at a
time when the area was
being settled by land grants
or bounty land given for
military service? Were they
moving during the time of
the gold rush in the west or
the western expansion of the
railroad? Where did the other
residents come from?
Chances are, your family
moved with acquaintances.
Some families moved to
America, settled ddwn and .
never moved froin their
orignal location. These are
the easy ones to trace back
but many moved every
generation or two. The
naigrdtion can go in almost
any pattern. Sometimes
everyone in the family
movedat once, taking the '
elderly parents with them. '
Often, they stayed until the
parents died, ~then all the
children took their families
and moved south or inest,
looking for newer and `
greener fields, either all going
together, or scattering across
the country.
Then again, they may have
moved one at a'time, with
either the oldest or youngest -
staying behind with Ma or Pa
and keeping the farm or


GENEALOGY
BRENDA K.
SMITH &s


abouted10 ou can order h

which shows early roads,
railroads and troop routes for
early military battles. Men
often took their families back
to areas they had seen during
Their military tours.
Your journey back down
these trails will not be fast
one unless you have family
stories to guide you. You will
have to search the records all
along the routes you think
your family may have taken.
Sometimes the trip was a
steady move from point Ato
point B Many times,
families would find a locale
they liked and stop for a
generation or two, then
move on. As l indicated
earlier, some family mem-
bers will move and some will
stay, and you will find them
moving back and forth,
intermarrying with frends
and cousins from each ,
location. That is why it is
im,~portant to resegrcheach
Person to pick up these
relationships. It will connect
the pieces and help you find
the missing family member
you need.
It's alot of research, but all
you need to do is head down
the road, stopping along ~the
way to inspect the cemeter-
'~.ies and court houses, and
remember, if you listen;
carefully, you just might hear
someone say, "Here I am."
Brenda IC'Smith can be
reached at
BrendaKSmith@prodigy.net.
The Treasure Coast
Genealogical Society meets
.every third Tuesday at the
FortPierceMain Library, 101l
SMelody Lane, from l:30-~3:30
p~m Voluniteers are at the
library every Tuesday frory 9
a~m. to 3 p.m~. to help' with
research.


cgpemed another link in
I can't stress enough the
importance of researching
everyone in the family, when
trying to trace a dead- end .
family. Never stop with just
researching the husband and
wife who areyour direct
ancestors. Look at each child
and who they married.
Research the wife's parents.
Each person in the family
has a story, and each person
and place they came in
contact ~with makes up a
piece of the large puzzle of
this family group.
Chances are, they lived
with, lived next door to or
married, a relative or friend
who migrated from the same
community. Once you have
found the origin of these
lateral connections, look for
-your family in this' same
location. Once you make this
connection, you will discover
numerous family members
moving back and forth:
between these locations over
a period of years.
They travel over estab-
lished nugration routes.
Initially, they traveled from
settlement to settlement, by
Swaterways and ~trails, .
followmng those who went
before them.
The ~first of these routes
was a crude trail created in
the 1600s, between Boston
and NewYork that became
Sthe Boston Post Road. Over
the years, the network grew,
connecting the colonies
from Maine to Georgia.
Then the roads began to
inch westward and the
settlers traveled by the
combination of waterways
and trails, roads and railways
Across the country.
There are many sources on
these migration routes. For


estate and moving on
themselves,
Regardless, when tracing
back, you must determine
which direction to start
looking.
Starting in 1850, census
records will give the birth
state of each individual. This
will tell you if they have
traveled fron't awgy from the
state where they were born.
The 1870 census tells if the
parents were foreign born.
By 1880, the census gives the
birthplace of the parents of
each person. This is valuable
information in tracing the
migration of families. It will
help decide if it was your
-direct ancestor who started
migrating or was it his
parents or grandparents.
.Looking mn the land
records, many deeds will give
the home of the grantee,, or
buyer. It illso may give the
location of the grantor, who
may have moved on before
he sold the land. This will
help if your ancestor was
either the grantor or grant~ee.
SWhile traveling down the
migration route, look at these
records for your ancestor's
names. If you find their
names, investigate thor-
oughly to build case to
determine ifthis, indeed, is
your family. Check all the
records in the county and
compare the facts with those
you know about your family,
When you determine that
you are dealing writh the .
same people, you will have


Never before in history
have people had access to
such an incredible amount
of information.
Children can find help
with their homework as
well as play games with
other people in other parts
of the world, kind of like
pen pals with a high-tech
twist.
Adults can do investment
research online, take a
college class from their own
hornes or even see their
grandchildren take their
first steps as they talk on a
video phone call.
The list goes on and on.
The thing to remember
about the Internet is that it
is boundless. There is no
central agency running the
show, nor are there any
himits. It is a constantly
evolving medium.
We can only guess where
the Internet will take us
next, but we can rest
assured, the Internet is here
to~ stay, even in the event of
a nuclear war.

Sean McCar~thzy xes
computers. He can be reached
at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThis~nline. c
om (nlo hzyphens).


For a while the two
networks coexisted nicely.
SThen someone got the idea
to link t~he two networks; and
voila, the Internet was born.
The concept ofthe
Internet is truly incredible
and gives definition to the
term "information age."
At the click of a button, all
of the world's accumulated
knowledge is available to
anyone who knows where to -
look. .
Ifknowledge is power, then
anyone with a computer "on
the wire" is now potentially a
very powerful someone.
The early 1990s brought a
new era to the Internet. This
was when ordinary people
were allowed access without
having to go through a
military computer or a
university system.
Suddenly, everyone coud
have an e-mail address and
search databases once
accessible only by scientists,
historians and military
personnel.
Also, the decentralized
approach of computer
networking has led to
advances such as the World
Wide Web, a way to exchange
information with words,
sounds, video and pictures.


M yex-wife's questions supie
took me completely

She asked such a basic
question, I was at a loss to
answer her. I thought the .
answer was obvious.
"Why should I bother with
the Internet?" she asked. "I've
gotten along wiithout it for all
these years, why should I
spend my time learning my
around the Internet when I
can pick up an encyclopedia
or go to a library and find out
whatever I need to?"
Iwas shocked. Iwas
flabbergasted. I was
stumped!
I had never really sat down
and thought about just what
the Internet was good for. I
had always just felt that the
Internet was, and that it was
gOod.
Let's start with a little
histo q'
The Internet has been
arOund for almost 40 years. It
Started when the U.S
Defense Department hired
the Advanced Research
Projects Agency to create a
computer network that
would be impervious to
nuclear attack. The result
was ARPANET, a bunch of
computers connected to


COMPUTE
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each other with no single
computer in charge. This
way, if the Commies (we
were in the heart of the Cold
War at this time) ever
decided to nuke us, the
computer network would
still work.
I guess one benefit of the
Internet is that in the event of
a nuclear war, you will still
get your e-mail.
In the 1980s, universities
and the science community
wanted a way to share
information with each other
and ARPANET was the ideal
way to go about it.
Unfortunately, the military
had way too many security
treasures. Scientists and
universities just wanted to
share data, not worry about
passwords and security.
The National Science
Foundation went on to
create its own network using
the same decentralized
approach as ARPANET. Thus
NSFNet was born.


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Tlose interested in helping
improve -the life of a child oft
thi verge, of adulthood can
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Children's Home Society's
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and how they got our tele-
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due to some privacy act.
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Mr. Iloorfain won the con-
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minute and 35 seconds, but
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Hometown News


A10 *Port St. Lucie


scription, possession' of
cocaine, possession of 20
grams or less of marijuana,
possession of drug para-
phernalia and driving under
the influence.
*Ron D. Gibson, 34, 2701
Avenue D, Fort Pierce, was
charged with aggravated bat-
tery on a pregnant woman.
*Bertha Gay Huskey, 26,
2812 South 35th St., Fort
Pierce, was charged with fail-
ure to appear in court on a
charge of purchase of
cocaine.
*Anna C. Keefe, 21, 3190
Esplonda, Fort Pierce, was
charged with possession of
oxycodone without a pre-
scription.
*Robert Earl Carter, 54, no
address given, was charged
with grand theft of an auto-
mobile, drivirig while license
permanently revoked, pos-
session of heroin with intent
to sell or deliver, possession
of hydromorphone with
intent to sell. or deliver, pos-
session .of diazepam with
intent to. sell or deliver, three
counts of sale/delivery of
heroin and sale/delivery of
hydromorphone.
*Evangelina Alvarez
Miranda; 31, 2417 St. Lucie
Blvd., Fort Pierce, was
charged with being a habitu-


al traffic offender.
*Nathaniel Tolbert, 18,
5501" Eastwood Drive, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
burglary of a conveyance,
two counts of petit theft, loi-
tering or prowling and bur-
glary of an occupied
dwelling.
*Steve Albert, 49, 2217 S.W.
Cree Road, Port St. Luie, was
charged with promoting sex-
ual performance b ya child.
*Tracy Marie Jackson, 42,
582 S.E. Anchor Lane, Port St.
Luci~e, was charged with traf-
ficking and sale of oxy-
codone.
*Carolina Martioh~ez, 23,
118 Brook Road, Frostproof,
was charged with failure to
appear in court onia charge
of third-degree grand theft.
*Robert D. Loudemu/lk. 6~1,
no address given, was
charged with lewd or lascivi-
ous molestation involving a
victim under the age of 12.
*Pastor Joese Key, 41, no
address given, was charged
with burglary of arr unoccu-
piedi dwelling and grand
theft.
*Monique Lalloo, 22, 1756
S.E. Cascella Court, Port St.-
Lucie, was charged with
uttering a forged instruments
and third-degree grand theft.
Lydia N. -Townsend, 25,
702 Easter Ave., Fort Pierce,
wasdcharged with organized
*Homar M.l Luna,: 24, 607
Yosemite Court,' Fort Pierce,
was charged within failure to
appear in court on charges of
possession of cocaine and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.:
*Nicole .C. Klein, 28, 1043
S.W. Fisherman Avre., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with b'at-
tery on a law enforcement
officer, resisting an 'offcer
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*Linette Dresher, 38, 6i020
Northwest 6 .qAve..~ Apt.
104, Tamarac, v~as charged
with being a habitual traffic
offender.


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Vendors are needed to
help make this event more
spectacular than ever. '
Rules and regulations for
vendors are: .
*Cost of vendor space is
$100 per 10-foot by 10-foot
space.
*Since this is an outdoor
festival, please come pre-
pared for weather.
*Electricity will not be
provided. Please make
appropriate arrangements.
*Each vendor must pro-
vide all the equipment
required for their booth,
including tables, chairs,
tents, etc.
*Each vendor~will need to
have on hand, all applicable


licenses and proof of insur-
ance to serve food to the
public (occupational,
mobile, food handlers, etc.)
*No vendor may sell or
distribute alcohol.
*All arts and crafts ven-
dors are responsible for col-
lecting 6.5 percent in sales
tax.
*Each vendor must clean
up wat rdcsbooth space and remove
*Along with this apjplica-
tion, checks should be
made 'payable to the St.
Lucie County Chamber of
Commerce.
'*Advanced set up
arrangements can be made
beginning at noon.


*Each business should
provide a small giveaway for
children at their booth,
example: a safety sucker, .
inflated balloon, etc.
Space is limited. Deadline
for all applications is Nov.
28. Fees are nonrefundable.
Sehd payments to St.
Lucie: County Chamber of
Commerce, 1850 S.W. Foun-
tainvie'w Blvd., Suite 201,
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986 or
visit www.StLucieCham-
ber.org.

For additional informa-
tion, call (772) 340-1333,
Ext. 11 or e-mail
Tanya@StLucieChambe~r~or


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~ST. LUCIE COUNTY -
The St. Lucie County Cham-
ber of Commerce will host
the 19th annual Christmas '
Boat Parade and Festival on
Dec. 13, from 4 to 9 p.m.
This festival draws a
crowd of 600 people and
features a boat parade, food
and entertainment. This
frear, parade winners will
get their awards at' the Fort
Pierce City Marina. The fes-
tival is located` at South
Causeway Park, next to the
historic museum under the
South Causeway Bridge and
admission is free.


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ing on site," she said.
Besides needingg the
turkeys, 191ustard Seed also
needs help with related.
costs, which run into the
thousands, she said.
Those include renting
.tables, chairs and porta-
potties.
The: meal will include
turkey, gravy, mashed pota-
toes, vegetables, roll and
dessert. But one traditional
item, stuffing, is missing.
Ms.' Malinowski said Mus-
tard: Seed discovered that a
lot of ~the people comih~g to
the feast, soine from other
cultures, such as Haiti,
don't normally eat stuffing.
.Everyone in the commu-
nity is invited to the meal,
regardless o income.
Last year, she said, she
noticed one man who
appeared -as though he
could easily afford to go out
to eat.
"He didn't. want to be
alone on Thanksgiving,"
she said.


Joining those wviho, are
eating are dozens of voluni
teers, many from local
churches.
"We are thankful for what
we have," she said. "God
has called us to give to oth~-
.ers."
Volunteers can help pre-
pare for the dinner by going
to St. Mark's .Missioary'
Baptist Church at Orange
Avenue and Ninth Street oi i
Nov. 26 from 9 a.m. to 1.

Those who want to deliv-
er meals should arrive- at
the corner of Orange
Avenue ~and Ninth Strept
between 9:30 a.m.; and 10O
a.m. on Nov. 27.

Anyone uwho needs a ineal
delivered in St. Lucie County
can call (772)-460-5414.'
For those who want to
contribute .financially,
checks can be made to:1 Ius-
tard Seed Ministries, RO.
Box 3612, Fort Pierce, FL
S34948.


abuse program.
"We are doing more
home deliveries to Port St.
Lucie than we ever have,"
she said.
Ms. Malinowski estimates
that 700 turkeys will be
needed, but as of last week
the organization only had
251. .
. They also need people
who will cook and .de-bone
theturk~eys, although a de-
boning crew will be on
hand thie day of the event.
Students participating in
St. Lucie West Ce'ntennial
High School's culinary pro-
gram will cook 100.turkeys,
she said. ,
After .the turkeys are
cooked, the meat is placed
in refrigerators.
Budweiser hits donated a
refrigerated truck to trans-
port the turkeys to the meal
site. Mustard Seed needs
eight to 10 grills to heat the
food on Thanksgiving, Ms.
Malinowski said.
"We do not do any cook-


Help
From page I
a.m. .
The faith-based, non-
profit' organization is strug-
gling to obtain food for the
dinner,
Stacy Malinowski, pro-
gram coordinator for Mus-
tard Seed and coordinator
of the feast, said .she
expects the demand wnill
increase by several hun-
dred.
Last year, Mustard Seed
.served 6,723 meals.
Although the dinner is
held at the corner of Orange
Avenue and Ninth Street,
thie organization also deliv-
ers more than 1,000 meals
to people in Port St. Lucie,
residents at assisted living
facilities, shrit-ins and peo-
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Feast with guest entertainers
Shazkcya D. Fernandez, pianist and
flutist, 'Cindy Baker, violinist,
Robert LaSalle flamenco guitarist
and Roberta Linares, flamenco
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events calendar:
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with guest entertainer Shazkya D.
Fernandez, piamist and
fuitS tSavanna Prr rrveo 0 a
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guest entertainer Joseph E
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Hometown News


1A 4 Port St. Lucle


were formerly part of the
now defunct Renaissance
Cruise Lines ships. They are
small, but sleek and elegant.
The ships are roughly
30,000 tons and carry 670 to
710 passengers each. They
have a crew-to-passenger
ratio of 1:2.7. The passen-
gers are mostly adults (no
children's programs, unless
20 or more children are
sailing). The vessels ate
easy to get around and 70
percent of their ocean view .
staterooms have balconies.
What is unique is that you
have largib-ship amenities
with a small-ship ambiance
and they sail itineraries that
visit small boutique-like
ports that they can easily
navigate. This is a great way
to get up close and personal
with destinations around
the ~world.
Dining options are the
same as on the large .
Princess ships, with a choice
of traditional dinirig or .
personal choice. You also
have a choice of dining (for
an additional cost) at
Sabatini's or Sterling
Steakhouse or reserve the
ultimate balcony dining
experience, where you will
be served a romantic dinner
on your own private
balcony. This is great for
honeymooners and those
celebrating a special
occasion.
The small ships of
Princess iffer more than 20
itineraries around the globe
including Europe, Alaska,
South America, -
Cai TaNe ilngland and
mention its' world cruise.
Here are some of the
exciting itineraries offered:
Mediterraneati collection:
12 days from Venice to
Rome (Civitavecchia);
visiting Croatia, Montene-
gro, Greece, Malta, Sicily


and Monte Carlo.
Holy Land: 12 days Rome
to Athens, visiting Capni,,
Egypt, Jerusalem,
Galilee/Nazareth and
Kusadasi, Turkey.
Crimean and Aegean
coasts: 12 days Athens to
Vetuce, cr~iiSing the ports of
the Black Sea visiting
Gulgaria, Ukramne, Russia,
and Turkey.
Emerald Isles and Russian
splendors: 12 days Stock-
holm to Dublin, visiting
Helsinki, overnight in St.
Petersburg, Estonia,
Copenh~ageni,Edinburgh
and Barrow, England.
West African adventure:
31 days London to Cape
Town, South Africa, visiting
Le Havre, Lisbon, Seville,
Morocco, Casdblanca, ~
Madeira, Canar~yIslands,
Cape lerde Islands, Senegal,'
the Gambia, Ghana, Togo,
Benin and Namibia.
Atrue Panama Canal
transit from Atlantic to
Pacific: 20 days Fort Laud-
erdale to Van~couver, visiting
Aruba, San Blas, Panama
City, Costa Rica,. Guatemala,.
Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas,
Mexico and San Franicisco
then crilising the Pacific
Coast to Vancouver.
Canada and colonial
America: 17 days Montrdal
to Fort Lauderdale, visiting
Qudbec, Prince Edward
Island, Nova Scotia, Port-
land, Boston, blew London,
Cotmneeticut, New York,
Philadelphia, Norfolk< (for
Williamsburg and
Jamestown)' Baltimore and
Chaee your interest,
there is a small ship experi-
ence awaitingyou.

Patty Toppai ij a travel
consulltant with Gadabout
Rfavel. Shze can be reached at
patty~cruisetraveltoui~s.co
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T ~ere to go next? pfrofA
dilemma at times

especially those who live
(full or part-time) in Florida,
where there is a cruise for
every occasion. The larger
Cruise lines have a lot of
staterooms to fill and offer
great fares in the off season.
Many times with such
enormous savings, it is
almost cheaper to cruise
than to stay home. It is only
Sahhopposkip o onip tougetato
take advantage of Florida
President fares that seem to
pop up within six weeks of a
sa 1 is great for get-a-
ways, but not necessarily
that special something.
We hear it over and over:
'been there, done that. So
what's a traveler to do when
they get the gotta go
somewhere feeling?
For those who have
discovered small-ship
cruising, it is a no-brainer.
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variety of itineraries that
Small ships offer. They are
probably hoping the word
does not get out: too much;
They like the fact that they
can cruise on a small vessel
and get the unique experi- .
ence, not to mention
incredible service and
personalized attention they
receive.
These vessels sail with as
little as 20 and up to 700
passengers. The crew.-to-
passenger ratio is generally
low and the overall atmos-
phere on the voyage is filled
with camaraderie, .
Believe it or not, there are
so many options out there
Sfor small ship cruising. You
can choose from the
adventurous, educational,
historical, exotic or luxury.
Your experience will differ
depending on yJour interest.
For the adventurous you,
choose Cruise West, Ameri-
can Safari Cruises, Celebrity
Expedition or possibly,
~Hurtigruten (fortierly
Norwegian Coastal Voyages)
all of which have enrich-
ment programs on board.
For those who would like
a more luxurious experi-
ence, choose the lovely
Yachts of Seabourn or even
Sea Dream Yachts.

hi 1 thtone su~l, and
some of you might be
surprised by it. Princess
Cruises. Surprised?
Along with their fleet of
mega ships, Princess offers
three small ships, the
Tahitian, Royal and Pacific
Princesses. All three ships


children and, three great-
grandchildren.
Donations~ may be made
to the charity of -one's
choice.
Arrangements were han-
died by All County Funeral
Home & Crematory, Trea-
sure Coast Chapel.'

Karen Jane Fantasia

Karen Jane Fantasia, 43, of
Port St. Lucie, died Oct. 30,
2008.
She was born in New
Britain, Colnu., and moved
'to Port St. Lucie in 198?.
. She is survived by. her
mother, Gabrielle; .three
daughters, Krystal, Amranda
and Jennifer; a son, James; a
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Memorial. contributions
may be made to the charity
of one's choice.
Arrangements were tinder
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home
and Crematory in Vero
Beach.

Lorene T. Clatter buck

Lorene T. Clatterbuck, 82,
of Port St. Lucie, died Oct.
S29, 2008. -
She was born in Luray, Va.,
and was a resident of Port St.
Lucie for four years. .
She was preceded in
Death by her parents, Dewitt
and Ida and her husband,
David.
She is survived by a
daughter, Joail; two grand


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Robert Joseph Malone, 73,
of Port St. Lucie, died Oct.
27, 2008.
He was born in J~ill
Holyoke; Mass., and moved
to Port St. Lucie in 1990.
He was a veteran of the
Korean War, serving in the
U.S. Army.
He was of the Roman
Catholic faith, a member of
the Knights of Columbus
and Chamber of Commerce
in Milford, Mass.
He is survived by his wife
of 45 years, Anne; a son,
Robert; a daughter, Kelly; a
brother, Jack; two sisters,
Marilyn, and Rosemary and
two grandchildren.


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cities.
He is survived by his
mother, Karyn; his father,
John; his stepfather, Donald;
paternal grandparents, John
and Mary; and maternal
grandparents, Robert and
Patricia.
Memorial~ contributions
may be made: to Mustard
Seed Mimistries, 3130 S. U.S.
1, Fort Pierce, FL 84982.
Alcock ~Funeral Home in
Port St. Lucie was in charge
of arrangements.

Randall E. Moore

Randall E. Moore, 47,. of
Port St. Lucie, died Oct. 29,
2008.
He was born in Columbus,
Ind., and was a resident of
Port St. Lucie fo~r the last 10
years.
He was employed by the
Plumbing Company in Pahu


City for 18 years. .
He is survived by his wife
of 12 years, Lisd- two sons,
Dustin and Logan; two sis-
ters, Paula and Becky; and a
brother, Leroy.
He was preceded mn death


He is survived by his wife
of 60 years, Beverly; three
sons, William, Mark and
Gary Koenitzer; five grand-
children .and nine great-
grandchildren.
Donations may be made
to the Hope Lutheran
Church 1750 S.E. Lennard
Road, ~Port St. Lucie, FL
34952.
Arrangements were han-
dle'd by All County Funeral
Home & Crematory Treasure
Coast Chapel.

DaVid C. Mehning

David C. Mehring, 78, of
Port St. Lucie, died Oct. 30,
2008. '
.He was born in Plainfield,
N.J., and was a resident of
Port St. Lucie ~for four
months, coming from
Teqtiesta.
He is survived by his wife


of 54 years, Anne; two
daughters, Anne and Susan;
two sons, Daniel and Jeffrey;
two sisters, Sally and Mary;
four grandchildren and one *
great-grandson.
Memorial may be made to
the Treasure Coast Hospice,
2500 Virginiia Ave., Suite 202,
Fort Pierce, FL 34981. .

JUStin R. Leone

Jusdin R. Leone, 20, of Port
St. Lucie, died Nov. 2, 2008 in
LasVegas. ..
He was born in Miann,
and was a resident of Port St
Lucie for the past 10 years.
He attended St. LucleWest
Centennial High School and
was a graduate of St. James
Academy.
He was of the Catholic
faith.
He worked on construc-
tion projects in various


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sister, Lisa and a brother,
Arthur.
She was preceded in death
by her father, Richard and
her husband, Frank.
All arrangements were
entrusted to Yates Funeral
Home & Crematory in Port
St Lucie.

Donald W. Koenitizer

Donald W. Koenitizer, 84,
of Port St. Lucie, died Oct.
29, 2008.
He was born in Milwau-
kee,Wis.
He was a mechanical
engineer for A.0 Smith Corp
for 30 years.
He was a veteran of the
Army Air Corp~s, serving dur-
ingWorldWar II.


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Week of 11-14-2008
Aries-March 21-April 19
The main reason for your
success is your hard work
and devotion to duties.
Whether with family, associ-
ates or friends, you always
sense what needs to be
done and then you do it. You.
remain committed, cadm and
passionate. You are highly
deserving of all the? rewards
coming your way. You have
more than earned them.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
No matter what your mood
and attitude is upon awak-
ening, you continue to find
new ways to serve. Your
heart literally sih~gs when you
have a chance to help some
one with a greater need than
your own. You are a bope
'and 'inspiration to others
around you. Keep on taking
comado your n nNf
others find new hope.

C emini-May 21-June 21
You are happy most of the
time because you have grati-
tude living in your heart and
thankfulness for all you have
been given. Live each day
like it is a special holiday. As
we approach Thanksgiving,
make it a special point to
show this thanks. With your
wonderful heart, you will
help others bridge the gap of
their ewn challenges. Thanks
for being there'

Calncer-June22i-July 22
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of good will to others and
continually flows with inspi-
ration,. dreams; and new
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secret to success. The pessi-
bilities are endless. It will
continue to lift you to greater
heights than you have ever
dreamed possible. What a
great blessing.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
The first priority in your life
should be to stay connected
to andl trust your universal
guidance. Next, take care of
yourself and family needs.
Then go to the world. This is
a healthy way to live, free of
guilt or fe~ar. The roots of
unconditional love give a
sense of purpose, wholeness
and joy. Life doesn't get any
better than this.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
The upcoming holidays will
See SCOPES, B2


"They eachhad great senses
of humor. They played
baseball and went ice skat-
ing in full traditional habit
"'Nunis are our biggest
fans. The five nuns (in the
show) are based on live
nuns that taught me. Three
are still living and they know
~who they are. Nuns love that
we portray then as real
down-to-earth people."
The show is about five
nuns, who survived Sister
Julia's tainted vichyssoise.
To pjay for the burials of'the
niuns who perished, .they
decide to put or( a variety
shbw.
Leading the effort is
Mother Sup~erior Mary Regi-
na,` a` former circus per-
former, and a cast of chairac-
ters that, includes Sister
Mary Leo, who wants to be
the first ballerina nun and
Sister Robert Anne, a street-
wise nun from Brooklyn.
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See NUNSENSE, B3


By Sh~ellety Kopp~el
Entertainment writer
"Nunsense" ~ may be the
only hit show that began as
a line of greeting cards.
Dan Goggin's cards, fea-
turing a mmu with a tart
tongue, were so popular
that he expanded it into a
cabaret act and then into a
full-length theatrical pro-
duction.
The show ran off-Brotid:
way for 3,6i72 performances
and has been translated
into 26 languages. It's been
an amazing ride for Mr.
Goggin and he spoie
recently from New York
aboutthe 25th anniversary
production, starting Sally
Struthers that will be at the
Sunrise Theatre on Sunday,
Noir. 23.
Mr. Goggin has fond
memories of his days in
Catholic school in~ Alma,
Mich., and his memories
are erected in his work.rel

down to earth," he said.


Photo courtesy of Gurtmann and Murtha
Actress Sally Struthers appears in the 25th anniversary
production of Dan Goggin's hit musical, 'Nunsense,' at
the Sunnise Theatre on Nov. 23.


ONGOING EVENTS

AMVETS Post 15 serves
breakfast from a to 11 a.m.
every Sunday at 2024 South
U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. Proceeds
go toward the Americanism
program. Admissions a $4
donation. For information'
call (772) 464-7751.
*Bird Watching Cruise: See
nesting birds on the bird
watching. cruise, which
departs at 4 p.m. on
Wednesday, from Rivergate
Park, 2200 S.E. Midport
Road, Port St. Luci~e. Private
charters are available, and
reservations 'are required,
For more information, toll
(772) 489-8344
*Bilingual Hispanic Chil-
dren's Storytime: 11 a.m. at
the Morningside branch
library, 2410 S.E, Morning-
side Blvd, Port St. Luaie. This
weekly event .is geared
towards children age's three
to six. For more information,
call (772) 337-5632.
*Caribbean American Cul-
tural Group: Meetings are.
held on the 3rd Wednesday
of every month at 6:30 p.m.
at 172 N.E. St. James Drive,
Port St Lucie. Friday nights
are our fun/games nights,
starting at 7 p.m. There' are
also several special events
throughout the year. All are
welcome. For more informo-
tion, call (772) 785-8350
*Community Garage Sale:

See.CALENDAR, B2


(772) 466-1600, Ext. 3071
for information and registra-
tion.
*Guided kayak tour along
the North Fork of the St.
Lurcie River from 9 a.m. -
noon. The cost is $15 per
person. Children 5-7 are
free. Pre-registration is
required. The center is locat-
ed at 400 N.E. St. James
Drive, Port St. Lucie. For
more information, call (772)
785-5833, or visit www.stlu-
cieco.gov/erd/oxbow.

MONDAY, NOV. 11

*The Morningside Branch
Library will offer a special
children's farm-themed sto-
tytime at 10 a.m. for children
ages 2 -3 in the library's
story garden. This program is
free and open to the public.
The library is located at 2410
Mo -gsde Blvd., Port St.
Lucie. For more in formation
cal (772) 337-5632.

THURSDAY, NOV. 20

*Research Station Tour:
This approximately one hour
tour, beginning at 2 p.m.
will provide an introduction
to the current research at the
Smithsonian's marine
research facilities .in Fort
Pierce. There is no cost for
the tour, though. advance
registration its re uired, c

(772) 465-3271 to register-


FRIDAY, NOV. 14

*Brown Bag Lunch Lec-
Sture, starting at noon, free,
at the Manatee Center.
Brown Bag Lunch Lecture.
Find out information on a
new and interesting nature
related topic. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 466-1600,
~Ext. 3071.
*Romantic Mloonlight
Paddle, 6-9:30 p.m., $45
includes dinner. Watch the
Moon rise and the stars illu-
minate the sky an enjoy a
delicious dinron the
island. This guided tour
includes kayak (1 or *2 per-
son), paddle, life-jacket,
instruction and dinner. Best
for ages 6 and up. For infor-
Smotion call (772) 466-1600,
Ext. 3071.
Walk and Talk" tour,
sponsored by the St. Lucie
County. Library system, from
1:30 -03 p.m. at Bear Point
Sanctuary, 2601 S. Ocean
Drive, Fort Pierce. Partici-
pants will.need to meet the
captain at the gates of the
park, located on the west
side of A1A on South
Hutchinson Island. For more
information, call (772) 462-
2812

SATURDAY, NOV. 15

*Village Green garage
sale from 8 a.m. 12:30
pm,teman items forG sa
Woodland Club House, 7300


20th Street.
*Build a Beauty of a Bird-
house at Heathcote Botani-
cal Gardens from 9 a.m. to
noon with Ginny Piech
Street. The cost ($30 for
Heathcote members; $35 for
non-members) -includes all
materials to build and paint
a take-home bird house. Reg-
ister by calling (772) 464-
4672.
*Families in the Field -
Mangroves: The Smit~hson-
ian Marine Ecosystems
Exhibit will host a trip to the
mangroves after an indoor
introduction. Participants
will caravan to a field loca-
tion to investigate the diver-
sity that makes mangroves
so amazing. Participants
should be prepared to get
wet and dirty, and are asked
to bning towels, sunscreen
and bug repellent, drinking
water and water shoes.
Closed-toe shoes must be
worn in the water. The pro-
gram begins at 9 a.m. and it
will last approximately 90
.minutes. The cost for both
children and adults is $t5 for
members and $7 for non-
members. Reservations are
reqtlired and can be made
by calling (772) 465-3271,
*Art in Nature
Workshop, at the Manatee
Center, 10 a.m. 1 p.m.,
ages 7 12, $10 (MOEC
members $8). This session
wel I cur .n moving pap r
tration is required. Call


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NeW Shows
added at Sunrise

The Sunrise Theatre has
added three new shows to its
current season.
The national touring com-
pany of the Broadway musi-
cal "Dirty Rotten
Scoundrels" will be present-
ed on Dec. 11.
"The Ultimate James Trib-
ute," starring Tony Wilson
Sand the Godfather of Soul
Band will appear on Jan. 31.
.The band was James Brown's
back-up band.
"An Evening with Clint
Black" is scheduled for Jan.
23. .
For information, call the
box office at (772) 461-4884
or visit the Web site
www.sunrisetheatre. com.

Port St. Lucie Civic
Center set to open

Joe Befumo Holiday of the
at uci mrfes toha c t
center will have grand open-
ing celebrations from Dec.
1-7. Events are scheduled
for each day, ending with the
festival of lights on Dec. 6
and a Santa's workshop arts
and crafts event on Dec. 7.
For more information, call
(772) 807-4475 or visit the
Web site at
wlww.cityofpsl.com.
The league has
announced its November
2008 community center
show winners.. First place
went to Joe Holiday, second
place to Marie Hlubbard,
third place to Jackie Balestri-
no and honorable mention
to Gloria Schultz.

Youth Symp ony
to perform
The Treasure Coast Youth
Symphony will present its
fall concert, "French Con-
nection," at the Lyric Theatre
on Nov. 24 at 7 p.m.
"Suite No. 1" from the
oera "Carmen" and
Tchaikov~s I'si "82Over-
ture" provide the French
Connection. Also on the
program is "The Sabre
Dance" by Khatachurian
and Vivaldi's "Double Cello
Concert for Cellos and String
Orchestra," wYith cellists
Kathryn Adams and Melissa
Enyart.
The Treasure Coast Youth
Symphony is in its 22nd
year, under the direction of
founder John Enyart, Ben
Enyart and Thomas Servin-
sky. The symphony awards
scholarships to orchestra


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Scorpio-Oct.23-Nov. 21
You always giv~e 100 percent,
especially when your heart is
in it. This is the key for your
present and future success. If
your heart isn't in it, don't do
it. Refuse to allow the world
to back you in a comer. This is
paramount to your happi-
ness, abundance and joy.
Continue to move your
dreams forward and enjoy
tremendous success.

Sagittarius-Nov.Z2-Dec 21
Recent success makes you


want even more. Just be sure
to finish what you start. Your
strong earthly grounding is a
major factor in, your success.
Your high spirit drives you
even more. Keep it as simple
as possible. Don't bite off
more than you can chew. A
written plan and positive
affirmations is the key to con-
tinued joy.

Capricorn-Dec 22-Jan.19o
Courage is one of your
strongest assets. The others
are honesty and persever-
ance. Stand up for your
beliefs and refuse to back
down when you know you
are night. Continue to be up
front with others and com-
municate how you feel. You
never accept less than the
best hn fourself.u ouhrsagreaw

Aiarills-Jan.0-Fe~b.18s
-hr ae many new oppor-
tunities coming into youi life
right now. Why? Because of
all the positive changes you
have created with family and
work. This gives you several
choices in your actions
and results. Change is possi-
: l that mil~atly nlas
forward. It's time for focus
and 'action.

PiscsFb 19-arc 2
You handle distractions w~ith
grace and ease. Remember
that behind the storm, the
sun still shines. Your creative
flow is coming into a new
higher level. Keep expanding
your circle of influence apd
responsibilityy and you will bie
amazed at how your bril-
liance and tenacity wiill
amaze others, including your-
self. Follow through and all
will be well.

SA voice of hope
Come visit me: at the Pinep-
ple Uetvli esn] Beah
Frday ~rugh Siday, Wv
14 16. It's a lot of fun.
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libra-Sept.23-Oc.22
Your continued belief in oth-
ers is the spark that keeps
you moving and going in the
right direction. You need little
policing because you are
what justice is all about. You
always sense the right thing
to do and then you do it,
even~when faced with large
challlenges. Keep focused on
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provide you with a number of
opportunities to advance
your life and career. You will
see new ways to use your
many talents. Your loyalty
and hard work is legion. Your
.light continues to shine. Keep
'creating, new plans and stay
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From pase m
Held the third Saturday of
every ~month in the Minsky
Gym parking lot. Find a bar-
gain or for $5.85 per parking
space be a vendor and
unload all of your, unwanted
treasures. So go ahead and
clean out your garages. Sorry,
there will be no telephone
registrations. Call Demetris at
(772) 344-4300.
*Ddwntown Fort Pierce
Farmer' Market runs from 8
a.m. to noon every Saturday
at the Fort Pierce Farmers
Market at the east end of
'Orange Avenue in Fort Pierce.
SBreakfast and music is avail-
able, rain or shine. For infor-
m.120ruse: 'te algtris,
turtles and birds on the St.
Lucie River Aquatic Pre enre's
90-minute cruise. Cruise
departs at 1 p.m. from River
Park Marina, 500 S.E. Prima
Vista Blvd., Port St. Lucie. The
cost is $b18.78 for adults, and
$15 for children. For more
.ifourmation, call r772) 489-
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after 25 yearS"
Wunsense" will be p~er-
formed at the Sunrise Theatre,
117 S. Second St., Fort Pierce,
on Nobv. 23 at 3 and 7 p.m.
Tickets are $45 and $35. Call
the box office at (772) 461-
4884 or order .online at
wwcw.sunrisetheatre.com.


fr~om New~ork. Each is a sata."
The success of the original
show has spawned off-spring,
including "Sister Amnesia's
Country Western N~unsense
Jamboree," "N~uterackers; The
14unsense Christmas Musi-
cal" and "Meshuggah-Nuns,"
where the nuns go on air
interfaith cruise.


All of this keeps Mr. Goggin
busy, but lot bored.
"Pjeople say, 'Don't you
want to do a different show?'
Each shows different. There's
differetit music and each
show is constantly changing.
Each person brings her own
personality and makes it new
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honored with a commission
from the Bach's Children
Music School in Stuart to
compose a piece for their
school orchestra. He plans
to appear with them in early
20095.
For the Lyric show he has
designed a special program.
"It will be a mixture of
pieces from the various eras
of the guitar repertoire.
Many are requests and I will
also play .some original
compositions. My main
objective is to engage peo-
ple in the flow of the
evening and share serious
music mna relaxed manner.
"This will mark the ninth
time that I appear on the
Lyric stage and I am very
excited about it."


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From page BI
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blast. You don't have to be
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every time you turn on the
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hours of fun and make them
feel better."
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for Ms. Struthers, who plays
the Mother Superior.
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said. "Sally is 'one of the most
Lmderrated performers. She
sings, she dances, she has
comic timing. When we start-
ed said, 'Oh, my gosh, what a
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gor .large turkey, place on
a rack in a heavy roasting
pan se n hs aiect
minum foil and place over
top of turkey. This will
prevent the moisture from
escapmng.
Baste occasionally and
; roast until done. Remove foil
about 1/2 hour fore for a



grow wthen yott place hot
stuffing into a cold bird.
Losel stuf boh A body

wilswl s e sid cok.
turkey skewers and string.
Tie wing ~and legs and then
roast as directed onthe

pFoa Tanksgiving last year
we chose a 20-pound bird. To
free the oven for the vegeta-
bles, I tried an old method
and timed it.
Put theturkey, tested w ith
fail, in a 200-degree oven at
10 p.m. the night before. At
10 a.m., turn oven to 325-
de~grees, roast about two
~hours or tmtil a meat

ano 1 se degr7s Ic ea
oftnde .d l aet
consults: tender, juicy
bird. You can also remove the
turkey from the oven in the'
morning and put it back into
a pre-heated oven two hours
before you plan to serve.
For an end result that is
easier for serving and lower

cvr cseole~ rathe th
laSt hour and baste with a
Squirt or two of turkey
Drippings. De-fat drippings
With ice cubes and make
gravy as mstifucted in
previous columns.

TURKEY STUFFING

Enough for a large turkey,
22 pouhds or more; the
leftovers freeze great.~

I pound pork sausage
(roll)
4 large onions, chopped
6 large stalks celery,
chopped
1 tbsp. canola oil
Turkey liver, chopped
(optional)
2 teaspoons sage
2 teaspoons salt
1/2-teaspoon black
p pepper
2 tablespoons chopped
parsley
1 large loaf white bread
2 cups chicken broth,
canned or homemade

Break up sausage and
brown in skillet. Drain and
set aside. Add canola oil to
skillet. Saute onion, celeryr
and turkey liver.* Add
seasomings.
Return sausage to pan
Sand cook a few minutes. In
a large bowl, break bread up
into small pieces.
Add sausage mixture and
broth. Mix thoroughly.
Taste. Add more salt if
necessary. Cool and stuff
See ROMANCING, B5


Sh o lid ay cookoobel m a ts o o k r
specair at the end of the
It's turkey time, again. Any
brand of turkey is good; it's
how you cook it that will
determine its moistness.
SFor my turkey, I make my
German Aunt Muargie's
sausage stuffing. According

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mashed rutabaga and
German-style spinach and
Cranberry sauce plus nuts,
pies and fr~uit.
Make as many foods as
possible a day or two before
the big day to make your life
easier-
SIf you're reading this
column, you have some- '
Sthmng to be thankful for.
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Editor's note* This is the
Jr part ofa two-part
'sstrywa snttome

Tby my dear frend, Pat
SBarker in Ohio. Itissoyw ssn om
brought tears to my eyes and
joy to my heart because of
the simple and timeless
beauty of its message.
SCarl was a quiet man. He
didn't talk much. He would
always greet you with a big
smile and a firm handshake.
Even after living in our
neighborhood for more than
50 years, no one could really
say they knew him very well.
Before his retirement, he
took the bus to work each
morning. The lone sight of
him wilking down the street
often worried us. He had a
slight limp from a bullet
wound received in WWII.
Watching him, we worried
that although he had
survivedWjWII, he may not
make it through our chang-
inguptow~n neighborhood '
with its ever-increasing
random violence, gangs and
drug activity. ~
When he saw thie flyer at
our local church asking for
volunteers to care for the
gardens behind the minis-
ter's residence, he responded
in hischaracteristic ally
unassuming manner.
Without fanfare, he just
signed up. He was well into
his 87th year when the very -
thing we always feared finally
happened. He was just
furnishing his watering for the
day when three gang
members approached him.
Ignoring their attempt to
intimidate him, he simply
asked, "Would you like a
drink from the hose?"
The tallest and toughest of
the three said, "Yeah, sure,"
with a malevolent little smile.
As Carl offered the hose to,
him, the other two grabbed
Carl's arm, throwing him
down. As the hose snaked
crazily over the ground,
dousing everything in its
way, Carl's assailant's stole
his retirement watch and his
wallet and then fled.


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NOc Tax


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Carl tried to get himself up,
but he had been thrown
down on his bad leg. He lay
there trying to gather himself
as the minister came
running to help hm.
Although the minister had
witnessed the attack from his
window, he couldn't get there
fast enough to stop it. "Carl,
are you OK? Are you hurt?"
the minister kept asking as
he helped Carl to his feet.
Carl just passed a hand over
his brow and sighed, shaking
his head.
"Just some punk kids. I
hope they'll wise-up some-
day. "
His wet clothes clung to his
slight frame as he bent to
pick up the hose. He adjust-
ed the nozzle again and
started to water. Confused
and a little: concerned, the
minister asked, "Carl, what
are you doing?"
"I've got to finish my.
watering. It's been very dry
lately," came the calm reply.
Satisfying himself that Carl
really was all right, the
minister could only marvel.
Carl was a man from a
different place and time.
A few weeks later, the three
returned. Just as before, their
threat was unchallenged.
Carl again offered them a
drink from his hose.
This time they didn't rob
him. They wrenched the
hose from his hand and
drenched him head to fliot in
icy water. When they had
finished their humiliation of
him, they sauntered off
down the street, throwing
catcalls and curses, falling
over one another, laughing at
the hilarity of what they had
just done.
Call just watched them.
Then he turned tovirard the
warmth-giving sun, picked
See SPIRIT, B8


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Held on the fourth Friday of
every month from 6-9 p.m.
Features basketball games,
contests and. pizza for chil-
dren, ages 6-12. Parents must
register their children at the.
door before the event at the
Robert Minsky Gymnasium,
750 S.W. Danrwin Blvd., Port St.
Lucie. *Children will not be
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and Crafts Show: The Jazz &
Blues Society Arts and Crafts
Show is scheduled from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday.
The event is on Indian River
Drive, just north of the library,
in Downtown Fort Pierce. For
information, call (772) 460-
5124 or e-mail for.
*Guided hikes: Every Satur-
day at '10 a.m. Oxbow natural-
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and wildlf edhat livelin the tdife
North Fork of the St. Lucie
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dens: The Gardens; 210
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showcases a Japanese garden
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reflection garden, as; well as
palms and cycads and a repli-
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Hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 9
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Admission is $6 for adults, $5
for seniors, and $2 for children
ages 6-12. Members are free,
and there is free general
admission the second Friday
of every month. For more
information, call (772) 464-
4672.
Manatee Observation and
Education Center: 480 N. Indi-
an River Drive, Fort Pierce,
Offers educational programs,
special events and workshops.
The center is open from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday and from I
to 4 p.m. Sunday. Fofinfor-
motion, call (772) 466-1600,
Ext. 3077~. Indian River Lagoon
Boat Tours aboard "The
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tours are available at special
times. Tickets are $19 per
adult (10 percent senior dis-
count); $12 per child and may
be purchased at the Manatee
Center's gift shop. For infor-
motion, call (772) 460-6445.


during World War II. NASA
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it:aph, eolLntromemh rabl
ent are all on display. Museum
theatre presents footage of
these Naval Special Warfare
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operations. Admission is $5 for
adults, $2 for children (ages 6-
12) and free for younger chil-
dren. The hours of operation
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to 4 p.m. The museum is at
3300 North Highway A1A (Pep-
per :ak55 54r Pierce. Call
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lasts two hours.. Adult tickets
are $35 and tickets for chil-
dren under 13 are $17.50, The
tour leaves at 9:30 a.m., 12:30
p.m., and 3:30 p.m. every diay
from the South Bridge Marina
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(7~72) 466-4660.
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Power & Light begin at 10 a.m.
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through Friday. The center is at
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than 30 interactive displays
about energy, nuclear power
and electricity. Admission is
free; reservations required for
groups of 10 or more. For
information, call (772) 468-
4111, or (877) FPL-4FUN.
*Friday Fest, first Friday of
every, month in Fort Pierce at
Marina Square at Melody Lane
and Avenue A. The free event
is held from 5 :30-8:30 p.m.,
w'ea her ermrtt ng, aidrfeas
activities, arts and craft ven-
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unlimited choice of which
plants to bring home.
As beautiful as these
plants are, they are also very
fragile and you must handle
them gently or the delicate
branches will break and fall
off.
During my lifetime, I have
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Poinsettias have an
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Indians called poinsettias
cuetlaxochitle. They used the
sap to, control fevers and the
:leaves, or bracts, to produce
a red dye.
The actual botahicalname
for the poinsettia was .
granted by the German
botanist Wilenow. He called
it euphorbia pulcherr)ia. He
first discovered the plant
growing throtigli a crack in
his greenhouse, and was so


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So, with all these choices,
how do you pick that perfect
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plants that have been
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Many retailers will display
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the shelf too long, this can
cause the leaves to yellow
and drop and eventually, the
plant may die. It is much
better to choose plants that
have been removed from
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If you do choose a plant
that is sleeved, remove the
plastic as soon as you get the~
plant home.
The next thing to look for
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pollen showing on the flower
clusters. This is a good
indicator of the maturity of
the flower bjracts. You should
always choose plants that
have alush, green color to
their foliage and have a
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colorful poinsettia.
These beautiful plants are
most commonly known for
their red color, but they also
come mn many other colors
such as white and pink and
some can even be multi.
colored. -
Since most retailers offer -
mass displays of these gems,
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amazed at the color of the
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name which means very
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For many years, and in
fact, still today, many people
believe that poinsettias are
poisonous. The truth is that
they are not. It is true,
however, that some are
allergic to the white sap of
the plant and skin irritation
can develop. If you are one
of those people with sensi-
tive skin, you should handle
the plants with care.
For a retailer during the
holiday season, having~a
fresh batch of poinsettias is
like a pot of gold at the end
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saying thanks for straighten-
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And with that, he walked
off down the street.
James Tucker will be at the
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readings. He~would love to see
you there.
Until nex-t time, never give
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From page B5 ,
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children from birth to age
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Always keep jrour plant
away from cold drafts and
low temperatures. Poinset-
tias will not do well if the
temperatures dropj below 45
degrees. You should also
check your plants for soil
moisture daily, and be sure it
has goo sdrain ge and does
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but not soaking wet.
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tips, you should be able to
chjoy your plants through
the entire holiday season.
A4ft~er the holidays are over,
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and you can enjoy them year
after year.
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water, 20 miles sw of FORT PIERCE: 2701
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M 5600 Golden Eagle` Cir,
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PORT ST LUCIE: 1938
SW Scorpio, 3br/2ba/2cg
1814sqft, $174,900Cal
Stan Jackson,- Van Horn
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3/1, CB, Super NW Canterbury Ct, 4/2/2,
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$135,000 Jackson, Van Horn Real-
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Waterfont Condo -Hutchinsor
Beautiful 2/2 only steps from Marina reasonn
Reasonably priced deep water marina. & tennis courts
Only $226,800 Wow! 2 BR's from 19
V lags of Long wood 2/2 w/large Ocean view f
fence patio. Beautifully maintained,, frdmn $169,00).
great location. Only $99,900 Top Floor C
So. Beach 3/3/2 on large Thumb Point inlet w/view f
corner lot. New tiled roof & idt cabinets building. Call J
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ST. LUCIE WEST: Lake
Forest PTE 3/2/2 Private PORT ST LUCIE:
water setting, tile firs, Spanish Lakes 1 double
overszd porch. Pristine wide 2-br/2-ba. Nicely
Condition! Community furnished. .Must see
pool,-walk to grocery,.din- $8000.772-340-2701
ing, etc. Gated Comm. T/2-708-2536
$179,000 Brokers Wel-PR T. LCE
mmed /2-20-1205 Spariish Lakes Riverfront
WHITE CITY 3-bdrm I2-br/2-ba, new firs, carpet
wicarportstorm shelter & tile, countertops, A/C,
big trees, on 3 lots near WIC, drMust sell! $12K
river. New carpet, paint, obo 77 -@0-2369
shingles& septic, $89,000 VERO BEACH: Motivat-
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1/2 acre corner lot for COUNTRY ACREAGE
sale in Okeechobee Park~ By Owner5Acres,
Subdivision. $22,000/obo Beaultiful Mountaintop log
863-763-3334 cabin site w/breathtaking
ORMOND 10 ACRE es- views, gently rollin po-
tate homesite Agricultur- erty, srone by
al tax exemption. Great woods, 30mins. from
waety ifroms o- delhigh Cooke ile $ 990 6
beautiful homes. Terms. 931-445-3811
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pristine property. Se- Georgia Lookout MTNt
renity for only $49,900. Best Value by Min
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Top Cabin Site on George McGee, 8nr
Breathtakmng 5 acres. Agent. 423-991-3780
Views, River Access &
More! Near Dale Hollow GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
Lake $24,900. Owner Losing $ in the Stock
Financing 330-699-1585 Market? Invest in PRIME
Real Estate in Georgia's
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furih eig Cr2- r1e5bab GEORGIAPARADISE-
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4OE S UND 55+ stnt. Inodwnac Pamnea
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addition, carport, shed, aswwna 3$ 9 (low
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Co-op shareholder pays GEORGIA, BEAUTIFUL
$165lmo. Pets OK. Free tracts in Toombs County
cable, pool, more. Georgia. County. Road
$21,750 Call Seabreeze frontage & private roads,
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IN RE: The practice of contracting

Ronald J. Lucien
2865 SW Brighton Rd.
Port St. Lucie, FL 34988
And
2161 SW Burlington St.
Pott St. Lucie, FL 34984

CASE NO.: 2007-049857
LICENSE NO.: CO62589

The Department of Business and Professional
Regulation has filed an Administrative Complaint
against you, a copy of which'may be obtained by
contacting, Jamie Duran, Office of General
aons lteDeprmn has Bsies~s9 a

(850) 487-9651.
If noabcontabt hascben r de20b08 eocon enino
the Administrative Complaint will be presented at
a hearing pursuant to 120.57(2), F.S. before the
Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board.

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Erik Kvapil
678S. US Hwy 1
Port St. Lucie, FL 34852

CASE NO.; 2007-065142
LICENSE NO.: C1456734

TeDepartment of Business and Poesoa
Regulation has filed an AdministrativeCopan
against you, a copy of which may be obtained b
contacting, Janriie Duran, Office of General ad
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Professional Regulation, 1940 North Monroe/
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IN RE: The practice of contracting

FRED MYERS



1055 SE Holbrook Ct-
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952

CASE NO.: 2007-040454, 2007-012917
LICENSE NO.: C1813333

The Department of Business and Professional
Regulation has filed an Administrative Complaint
agins amie a op ofwic'ma ne obtained by
Counsel, Department of Business and
Professional Regulation, 1940 North Monroe
Stret, 87 1 33, Tallahassee, FL 32399-2202,

If no contact has been made by you concerning
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Hometown News


numbers of small snook,
plenty of jacks, lady fish, 2
pound flounder, a few
blues and mackerels, just
enough to keep that rod
bent.
There are lots of black
drum at the bridges, and
yes, they do have limits.
Not less than 141nches or
more than 24 inches, five
is the bag with one over 24
inches.
Still looking for the slot
snook, the bridges are the
locations, taking deep
baits. Bring your camera,
because most fish are over
the slot and the older the
picture the heavier the
fish.
Finally, the pompano at
the east end of the cause-
ways; this is where the big-
ger fish have been taken.
The fish have been there
all day, not always chew-
ing, but there. Doc's and
Nylure jigs top the list.
Green was the color this
weekend. Plenty of mack-
erals also reported' from
those locations, and yes,
the big jacks would come
through to test your equip-
ment.

Henry Caimatto owns
the Snook Nook Bait and
Tackle shop in Jensen
Beach.


finally, a weekend
moderate tempera-
tures, no wind and fish.
Could it be any better?
Offshore, the action
started at 100 feet, straight
out of the inlet. There were
weed lines and pretty
water, but most impor-
tantly, bait and fish.
Trolling was the method
and dolphin were the tar-
gets.
There were some really
nice fish, from 15 to 25-
pounds. Those pesky sail-
fish were chewing on the
'bait. Most anglers report-
ed from up to five releases-
There were wahoo and
kings for the anglers who
pulled down baits, more
dolphin and those pesky
sailfish.
Big Spanish mackerals
were there for the pitch
rods, with quite a few
cobia to keep you busy.
Down to the king fish hole,
the Spanish mackerals
have made a strong show
for anglers using glass
minnow chum.
That strong show of sails
should make for big tour-
nament numbers. Yes, it is
about that time.
Surf anglers; the water
has settled and weeds have
broken up. Blues, macker-


als and pompano were
waiting for you. Spoons
top the bait list for the
early angler; big top water
lures took their share.
Late morning anglers
caught the whiting, croak-
ers and snook. They just
had to wait for the water to
warm. Pompano were in
and out all day, most were
small, but enough num-
bers that you were sure to
take a few home. And yes
there were fleas on the
edge.
The river water was
absent and missing tur-
bidity. The fish were everyi-
where, east side or west. It
was those pesky trout, they
know the season is closed
and anglers reported slot-
size fish in shallow and
deep water. East side and
west it was hard to get bait
to the red fish because the
trout were on it,
Good catches of red fish
in the Power Plant area,
lots of slot fish on both live
and artificial baits, cool
part is, they have been in
all day. There were good


Mitch Kloorfain/chiel'photographer
Centennial High School senior Jamie McDavid intercepts the pass intended for Lonico
Portis of Palm Bay High School during the first half Thursday, Nov. 6 at Lawnwood Sta-
dium. The Centennial Eagles lost the match 26-18.


Nice catch


Perfect weather, perfect fishing




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