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FITNESS

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SHOW WEIRD
t IS THAT?!
SEAN MCCARTHY



Spend any time surfing
the Web and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to
be true. Here's a sampling,
edited for length. Remem-
ber, just because it's
online doesn't mean it's
true!
From kansascity.com:
FBI: Bank suspect
lowers hood when told
The FBI said an Ohio
bank robbery suspect left
authorities with good
surveillance photos
because he lowered his
hood when an employee
told him to.
FBI Special Agent Harry
Trombitas said the man in
his mid-20s entered a
Columbus PNC Bank with
his dark hood up, covering
most of his face. Trom-
bitas said in a statement
the bank has a "no hats,
no hoods" policy, so a
bank employee told the
man to pull his hood
down, and he complied.
The FBI said when the
suspect got to the counter,
he handed the teller a
note saying he had a gun
and to give him money or
he would shoot. He fled
with an undisclosed
amount of cash. Colum-
bus police haven't
announced an arrest.
From valleynewsdis-
patch.com: Woman to
stand trial for pot-laced
margarine
A Pennsylvania woman
will stand trial on charges
she fed marijuana-laced
margarine to a 12-year-old
girl she was baby-sitting,
as well as two other
children at her home.
The 12-year-old's mother
called Upper Burrell
Township Police after
discovering the drugs in a
tub of I Can't Believe It's
See WEIRD, Al3



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Crossword B8 Rants & Raves A6
Obituaries B7 Star Scopes BI
Out & About B1 Viewpoint A6


City to hold


annual auction
Property to be sold online, live


By Dawn Krebs
dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ST. LUCIE - On
June 11, an auctioneer
will sell five residential
building lots and 40 vehi-
cles owned by the city to
the highest bidders.
Karlin Daniel, an auc-


tioneer for 33 years, will
bang the gavel at the
event, held annually in
the city.
"This auction is a fairly
normal size for the city,"
Mr. Daniel said.
His company conducts
about 100 auctions a
See AUCTION, A8


Property

values to be

released soon
By Jay Meisel
jmeisel@hometownnewsol.com
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - Anxious
city and county officials will have to
wait several more days to learn
whether property values have
increased or decreased.
Ken Pruitt, St. Lucie County property
appraiser, declined to speculate last week at
a League of Women Voters meeting on


Here's pie in your eye


Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Nardi Routen, fourth-grade teacher at Frances K Sweet Elementary School in Fort Pierce takes a pie to the face
from one of her students, Ethan Yarberry, to make good on a promise for any students earning a perfect score on
the FCAT writing exams taken earlier this semester. Mrs. Routen had to keep the promise three times this year.



School celebrates 25th anniversary
By Dawn Krebs ;.-
dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com ' r n
PORT ST. LUCIE - It's -L'' q ..
been 25 years since it was .
first built, but Northport K-8 tiI . - - -


still felt like home to the past
students, teachers and
administrators who were on
hand to celebrate the
school's 25th anniversary on
May 18.
The school's media center
was transformed into birth-
day central, complete with
balloons, decorations and 25
different birthday cakes.
Also showcased were all
the students who wrote,
edited and published a book
this year as part of the
school's Young Author's pro-
gram. This year's theme was
"Happy Birthday, North-
port!"
See SCHOOL, A8


Staff photo by Dawn Krebs
Four principals, past and present, of Northport K-8 stand together during the
school's 25th birthday celebration on May 18. From left are past principals Eric
Seymour and John Townsend, current Principal Glenn Rustay, and past principal
Jane Summa.


Veteran is

one-man fundraiser


By Dawn Krebs
dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com
ST. LUCIE COUNTY-
Samson DeVille is no
stranger to helping those
in need.
He has given blood to
the blood banks. He has
given his time to March
of Dimes. He has ridden
as a biker in support of


many functions up and
down the Treasure Coast.
Now his attention is
focused on something
close to his heart: area
veterans.
"These are individuals
that don't want to bur-
den others, proud indi-
viduals," he said. "But
See VETERAN, A3


Nearly 400 attend

child welfare summit


By Dawn Krebs
dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com
ST. LUCIE COUNTY-
For two days in May,
child welfare providers,
mental health providers,
foster parents and adop-
tive parents came togeth-
er for the first time as a
group to learn what is
best for children on the
Treasure Coast.


Called the Dependency
Summit, the Port St.
Lucie Civic Center was
filled to capacity with
people who wanted to
learn more about how
best to care for those
without a voice.
"We had an outpouring
of response, and had to
close the registration at
See CHILD, A3


changes
in property values.
See PROPERTY, A4


City


gets


rebate


for


sensors
By Dawn Krebs
dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ST. LUCIE -
Thanks to its commitment
to energy efficiency, the city is
more than $10,000 richer.
At a May 16 meeting, Flori-
da Power & Light presented
the city with a rebate check in
the amount of $10,431.60.
The check was given to the
city because of the carbon
dioxide sensors recently
installed at the Port St. Lucie
Civic Center.
"I want to congratulate you
on all of the energy efficient
efforts that you've made as a
city," said Amy Brunjes, exter-
nal affairs manager for FP&L.
"Port St. Lucie is a leader in
our service territory with
See REBATE, A11


Top law

enforcers

honored
By Jay Meisel
jmeisel@hometownnewsol.com
ST. LUCIE COUNTY-
Sometimes criminal
cases are not quite what
they seem.
That's what Port St. Lucie
Police Officer Joshua Peto
discovered in one case
where the supposed victim
turned out to be the crimi-
nal.
For his ability to sift
through the evidence and
discover the truth, Officer
Peto was named Port St.
Lucie's Police Officer of the
Year last week at the 22nd
annual banquet of The
Hundred Club.
The club's purpose is to
provide for the spouses and
dependents of firefighters
and law enforcement offi-
cers who have lost their
lives or become disabled in
the line of duty.
Each year, the club recog-
nizes the top law enforce-
ment officers from the Port
St. Lucie and Fort Pierce
police departments, the St.
Lucie County Sheriff's
Office and the Florida High-
way Patrol, as well as the
top firefighter from the St.
Lucie County Fire District.
During the organization's
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Council to seek proposals on

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By Jay Meisel
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ST. LUCIE COUNTY-
After hearing protests the
past four years, a council has
decided to seek proposals for
programs that would help
reduce teen pregnancy.
As a result of the decision,
the Children's Services Coun-
cil may choose between more
than one organization's pro-
grams when members make a
funding decision in Septem-
ber.
For the past four years, the
Rev. Bryan Longworth, associ-
ate pastor of Covenant Taber-
nacle Church, has led protests
against the council for fund-
ing programs run by Planned
Parenthood.
The Rev. Longworth said he
believes public money should
not go to an organization that
provides abortion services.
Supporters of the pro-
grams, however, contend they
are effective and that none of
the money funds abortions.
Sean Boyle, executive direc-
tor of the Children's Services
Council, said he recommend-
ed seeking proposals for pos-
sible alternative programs.
The concerns expressed by
residents were part of the rea-
son he made the request, he


said.
The council is a taxing enti-
ty and "we have to be respon-
sive to the concerns of the tax-
payers," he said. "We've heard
taxpayer concerns for the past
four years and it's intensified."
Mr. Boyle said the council's
main goal is to fund research-
based programs that are
effective in helping reduce
pregnancy. There's no
absolute commitment to con-
tinue funding Planned Par-
enthood programs, he said.
"We have no commitment
or allegiance to one agency,"
he said. "Our commitment is
to providing services."
The Rev. Longworth said he
believes efforts by him and
others who agree with him
have resulted in the council's
decision.
That the council is seeking
proposals "is a very positive
sign," he said.
The Rev. Longworth said he
believes there's a national cli-
mate that largely opposes
funding of Planned Parent-
hood programs.
At the same time, he
believes a need exists for teen
pregnancy prevention pro-
grams, he said.
But should the council
choose a program not provid-
ed by Planned Parenthood,


that won't necessarily resolve
all the concerns, he said.
"We have differences on
how the program would be
run," he said.
He supports an abstinence-
only program, as opposed to
one that teaches children
about condoms.
Mr. Boyle said the council
has had the goal of reducing
teen pregnancy since it was
formed in 1990.
"With a continued focus on
this priority through 20 years
of funding and supporting
services, the teen pregnancy
rate has been reduced over 70
percent," he stated in his writ-
ten recommendation to the
council.
"For the first time, the rate
in St. Lucie County is below
the state rate. This has been
accomplished by the develop-
ment and access of evidence-
based programs and systems
to educate both youth and
parents."
The council agreed with his
recommendation that it
request proposals on two pro-
gram areas:
* Comprehensive, research-
based, year-round after-
school and summer programs
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they need clothing, medical
assistance and other items
they can't get for them-
selves."
So Mr. DeVille started a
fundraiser at the beginning
of the year to raise $20,000
to help area veterans.
"Every dollar I raise is put
into the veterans account at
American Legion Post 318,"
he said. "To date, I have
raised more than $6,200."
The money to help area
veterans is paid directly out
of that account.
If he doesn't make his goal
by the end of the year, he
plans to auction off his


motorcycle, a custom-
painted, 2005 Victory King-
pin, to make up the differ-
ence. The cycle has a
cartoon character of Sad
Sack in Navy whites, and his
rider name above and
below the character.
Mr. DeVille is a Vietnam
veteran himself, having
served from 1972 to 1975
aboard the aircraft carriers
Ticonderoga and J.E
Kennedy.
"If you are going to com-
mit yourself to something,
then you must be willing to
commit to it 100 percent,"
he said. "I am willing to do
whatever it takes to meet
this challenge."
Mr. DeVille is not new to
meeting challenges head


on.
He has served as the mis-
sion chairman for the Trea-
sure Coast March of Dimes,
and has raised more than
$37,000 in the last six years
for the organization, earn-
ing Volunteer of the Year for
the last three years.
He has also donated more
than 284 pints of blood at
area blood banks.
"I have personally helped
save the lives of three babies
born prematurely over the
years," he said.
Anyone who wants to
donate can write a check
payable to the American
Legion Post 318 Legion Rid-
ers. In the memo section,
write "Veterans account to
Samson A. Deville."


American Legion rider
Samson DeVille stands
next to his motorcycle he
will auction off at the end
of the year if he doesn't
meet his goal of raising
$20,000 for area Veterans.














Staff photo by
Dawn Krebs
"That allows me to log all
donations and track the
amount still needed to com-
plete the challenge," he
said.
For now, he travels to dif-
ferent events and hands out
flyers explaining the
fundraiser. He plans to be in
Port St. Lucie on Memorial
Day weekend at different
memorial events.
"How many people do
you know who are dedicat-
ed enough to give up some-
thing they love in order to
help others?"
For more information, call
(772) 418-4362 or e-mail
SadSackl953@yahoo.com.
Checks can also be mailed to
P.O. Box 8772, Port St. Lucie,
FL 34985.


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400 attendees," said Jamie
Adcock, associate director
of development for the
Children's Home Society of
Florida.
The group was one of the
partners that put together
the summit, the first one
held in this area.
Other partners included


the Children's Services
Council of St. Lucie Coun-
ty, United for Families, the
Guardian Ad Litem pro-
gram and the Florida
Department of Children
and Families.
"This summit was an
important opportunity for
everyone to gain greater
insight and understanding
about important topics in
the dependency field," said
Judge Larry Schack, who
was one of the main coor-


dinators of the event.
"Those of us who work
within the dependency
system deal with the most
vulnerable children. Every
one of us makes decisions
on a daily basis that can
lead to either good results
or catastrophic results for
those children."
A special panel on May
19 was entitled "So, you
came to take us away: Now
what?" and featured mem-
bers of Florida's Children


First and Florida Youth
Shine, a youth-run organi-
zation that works with the
state's foster care system.
Attendees on May 18 also
heard from a panel of fos-
ter parents, as well as a
panel of young adults that
spent time in foster care.
"This was a huge benefit
to the community," said
Ms. Adcock. "The goal was
to provide education to
help keep children safe in
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Mitch Kloorfain/chief photographer
Chief Brian Reuther of the Port St. Lucie Police Department and Jane Rowley present the
100 Club Officer of the Year for Port St. Luice's Police Department to Officer Joshua Peto
beside his wife. The presentations for all law enforcement and fire districts in St. Lucie
County were made Wednesday, May 18 at Gator Trace in Fort Pierce.


Officers
From page Al
meeting on May 18 at Gator
Trace Country Club, Burton
Conner, a court of appeals
judge from St. Lucie County,
applauded the role of law
enforcement in upholding
"the rule of law."
He said the two main
principles of "the rule of
law" are that "nobody is
above the law and that
includes the president of the
United States," and that
might does not make right."
Even law enforcement
officers must abide by the
law, although they wear a
badge and have a gun, he
said.
In the case of Officer Peto,
Port St. Luce Police Chief


Brian Reuther said the cases
involving the victim who
turned out to be the crimi-
nal was typical of the work
he did.
Officer Peto said his inves-
tigation showed a woman
falsely claimed she was
being stalked in order to
have the supposed stalker
falsely arrested.
She was upset over a drug
deal involving the supposed
stalker that went wrong, he
said.
In another case men-
tioned by Chief Reuther,
someone pulled a fire alarm
at the Heart and Family
Health Institute. That result-
ed in people being trapped
in an elevator that flooded,
he said.
Officer Pito investigated
and determined a patient


pulled the alarm because he
was mad his prescription
wasn't filled.
St. Lucie County Sheriff
Ken Mascara recognized
Bob Hasse as Corrections
Officer of the Year.
Deputy Hasse is ready to
take on any project with
inmate labor, he said. That
included creating a special
bicycle for a handicapped
child, he added.
Sheriff Mascara also
named Glenn Cooper as
Patrol Deputy of the Year.
He said Deputy Cooper
pays a lot of attention to
detail in his work.
Cases that showed good
work by Deputy Cooper
included helping make
arrests in a burglary in
process, helping a resident
See OFFICER, A10


Property
From page Al
Mr. Pruitt, who has held
the job for about five
months, said the "worst
thing" his office could do is
speculate on the figures and
be wrong.
That would give local gov-
ernment a misleading
impression, he said. He said
the figures should be com-
pleted no later than June 1.
During the past several
years, declining property
values have forced local gov-
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budget cuts or increase tax
rates.
Besides working on prop-
erty values, Mr. Pruitt said,
he has developed new pro-
grams to help the general
public.
One is a property apprais-
er institute where people
spend a day learning about
every facet of his office, he
said.
The next one will be held
on June 24 at the Kight Cen-
ter for Emerging Technolo-
gies at Indian River State
College.
Mr. Pruitt also has devel-
oped a value inquiry
process. It allows property


owners who don't agree with
the value provided by his
office for their property to
submit information as to
why it should be changed.
His office pledges the
information will be
reviewed and a decision
made within 15 days, he
said.
"We're trying to make it
(the process by which a
value is disputed) a lot less
combative," he said.
Ultimately, his office may
not agree with the property
owner, but he said in some
cases, they may be persuad-
ed the value needs to be
changed.


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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
oflaw.
Port St. Lucie
Police Department

*Steven L. Sanabria, 30, 2019
S.E. West Dunbrooke, Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 14 and
charged with possession of
alprazolam (Xanax) without a
prescription and possession of
oxycodone without a prescrip-
tion.
*Casey Lee Turpin, 24, 174
N.W. Byron St., Port St. Lucie,
was arrested May 13 and
charged with possession of a
roxycodone without a prescrip-
tion and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
*Sean A. Swift, 21, 1757 S.W.
Buttonwood Parkway, Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 14 and
charged with dealing in stolen
property and third-degree grand
theft.
*Jaclyn Ann Werner, 20, 1245
N.E. Silver Maple Way, Jensen
Beach, was arrested May 13 and
charged with two counts of pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription,
driving under the influence, pos-
session of drug paraphernalia
and possession of 20 grams or
less of marijuana.
*Victoria Whitney Lyons, 25,
2972 S.W. Rosetta St., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 16 and
charged with organized fraud.
*Dittui Louis, 26, 2358 S.W.
Bayshore Blvd., Port St. Lucie,
was arrested May 16 and
charged with burglary with bat-
tery, false imprisonment and
aggravated battery.
*Edwin Octelus, 31, 2118 S.E.
Morningside Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 16 and
charged with burglary with bat-
tery, false imprisonment and
aggravated battery.
*Justin Matthew Schwartz, 30,
3840 S.W. Chicopee St., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 17 and
charged with third-degree grand
theft.
*Ryan Michael Lindenberger,
21, 13605 S. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, was arrested
May 17 and charged with rob-
bery and battery.
*Frederic Joseph D'Amico Jr.,
35, 512 N.W. Labrea Ave., Port
St. Lucie, was arrested May 17
and charged with grand theft.
*Jenee Jeanette Parkes, 31,
1750 S.W. Desert Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 17and
charged with attempted burglary
and possession of burglary tools.
*Scott Robert Turner, 31, 4413


S.W. Wabash St., Port St. Lucie,
was arrested May 18 and
charged with possession of oxy-
codone without a prescription,
loitering and prowling, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia, bur-
glary, dealing in stolen property,
giving false information to a
pawnbroker and theft.
*Jodi Langlois, 26, 4413 S.W.
Wabash St., Port St. Lucie, was
arrested May 18 and charged
with two counts of possession of
a controlled substance without a
prescription and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*Tara Megan McCracken, 33,
714 S.W. Claudia Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 18 sand
charged with violation of proba-
tion. She was on probation for
third-degree grand theft.

St. Lucie County
Sheriff's Office

*Rosanna C. Urbino, 27, 680
S.W. Treasure Cove, Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 12 and
charged with two counts of cruel-
ty to animals. She also was
arrested May 18 and charged
with violation of probation. She
was on probation for grand theft.
*Edwin Lewis Thompson, 19,
765 S.W. Aster Road, Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 12 and
charged with violation of proba-
tion. He was on probation for two
counts of burglary of a con-
veyance and felony criminal mis-
chief.
*Maxie Pierce III, 36, 2810
Avenue H, Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 12 and charged
with being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Nigel Demtri Parker, 22, 823
Strawberry Lane, Brandon, was
arrested May 12 and charged
with third-degree grand theft.
*Wayne Patrick Hiller, 50, 823
Strawberry Lane, Brandon, was
arrested May 12 and charged
with third-degree grand theft.
*Keidnel Julien, 19, 508 S.
Seventh St., Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 12 and charged
with burglary of a dwelling, third-
degree grand theft and felony
criminal mischief.
*Krista Mars Cush, 28, no
address given, was arrested May
12 and charged with violation of
probation. She was on probation
for possession of oxycodone
without a prescription, posses-
sion of lorazepam without a pre-
scription, possession of 20
grams or less of marijuana, pos-
session of drug paraphernalia
and driving while license sus-
pended.
*Gina Marie Manfire, 27, 514
S.W. Deer Run, Port St. Lucie,
was arrested May 12 and
charged with possession of oxy-
codone without a prescription


and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Florence T. Taylor, 75, 5007
Killarney Ave., Apt. A, Fort
Pierce, was arrested May 14 and
charged with possession of oxy-
codone with intent to sell or
deliver and trafficking oxy-
codone.
*Bernard Michael Hill, 45, 404
North 30th St., Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 14 and charged
with violation of probation. He
was on probation for burglary of
a residence.
*Elisea Lugo, 39, 5201 Citrus
Ave., Fort Pierce, was arrested
May 13 and charged with child
abuse.
*Richard Lawrence Brown, 44,
20 Orange Ave., Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 13 and charged
with first-degree grand theft.
*Carlton Maurice Mack, 50,
440 S.E. Galleon Lane, Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 13 and
charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription and driving while
license suspended.
*Edward L. Ragin, 21, 940
Northeast 34th Ave., Bahamas,
was arrested May 13 and
charged with grand theft of a
motor vehicle and criminal use of
personal identification.
*Nicole A. Jefferson, 22, 2511
Avenue J, Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 13 and charged
with aggravated battery.
*Levitcus Ledrial Spivey, 24,
105 Devonshire Drive, Fort
Pierce, was arrested May 13 and
charged with burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling, third-
degree grand theft and criminal
mischief.
*Chelsey King, 31, 2901
Avenue D, Apt. B, Fort Pierce,
was arrested May 13 and
charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell or
deliver within 1,000 feet of public
housing, manufacture of crack
cocaine and possession of 20
grams or less of marijuana.
*Gatonya L. Howard, 40, 2901
Avenue D, Apt. B, Fort Pierce,
was arrested May 13 and
charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell or
deliver within 1,000 feet of public
housing, manufacture of crack
cocaine and possession of 20
grams or less of marijuana.
*Nicholas P. Racthel, 48, 1949
S.W. Aladdin St., Port St. Lucie,
was arrested May 16 and
charged with battery on an elder-
ly person.
*Adam Gregory Shuman, 34,
130 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was


arrested May 16 and charged
with third-degree grand theft.
*Carl William Dodson, 49, 1127
Avenue E., Apt. B, Fort Pierce,
was arrested May 16 and
charged with failure of a convict-
ed sex offender to register with
the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement and failure of a
convicted sex offender to report
vacating a residence.
*Austin Wise, 18, 4490 Tim-
beridge Drive, Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 15 and charged
with aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon, burglary with a
assault or battery and commit-
ting a crime while wearing a
hood or a mask.
*John William West, 46, 408 N.
Sixth St., Fort Pierce, was arrest-
ed May 16 and charged with
aggravated battery.
*Ray Charles Williams, 31,
1711 Boston Ave., Fort Pierce,
was arrested May 16 and charge
with child abuse and battery.
*Casey Ragin, 33, 3703
Avenue L, Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 16 and charged
with burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling, petit theft, dealing in
stolen property and giving false
information to a pawnbroker.
*Bernard Turner, 56, 1285
Southwest 12th Ave., Vero
Beach, was arrested May 17 and
charged with third-degree grand
theft and violation of probation.
He was on probation for third-
degree grand theft and contract-
ing without a license during a
state of emergency.
*Darren Lee Youngblood, 39,
217 St. Lucie Blvd., Fort Pierce,
was arrested May 17 and
charged with possession of
methamphetamine and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
*Anthony Michael Joyce, 20,
11402 Grandport Lane, Port
Richey, was arrested May 17 and
charged with violation of proba-
tion. He was on probation for five
counts of giving false information
to a pawnbroker.
*Kevonte J. Gaskin, 20, 1205
North 24th St., Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 11 and charged
with child abuse and aggravated
battery on a pregnant woman.
*Michelle Edna Nunziata, 42,
27925 Northeast 66th Terrace,
Okeechobee, was arrested May
17 and charged with violation of
community control. She was on
community control for cruelty to
animals.
*Darrell Jackson Hunter, 39,
773 Silverstream Circle, Fort
Pierce, was arrested May 17 and
charged with violation of proba-


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counts of child abuse.
*John Jay, 64, 8400 Ocean
Drive, Apt. 701, Jensen Beach,
was arrested May 17 and
charged with neglect of an elder-
ly or disabled adult.
*Kathleen M. Babcock, 46,
2232 S.W. Nightingale Terrace,
Port St. Lucie, was arrested May
17 and charged with two counts
of third-degree grand theft.
*Arthur Lee Butler, 39, 136
North 15th St., Fort Pierce was
arrested May 17 and charged
with failure to appear in court on
two counts of battery on a law
enforcement officer.
*Patrick Ace Robb, 22, 5604
Oleander Ave., Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 17 and charged
with aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon and felony bat-
tery.
*Rafael Alfredo Morales, 20,
6049 S. Federal Highway, Lot 21,
Fort Pierce, was arrested May 17
and charged with possession of
oxycodone with intent to sell or
deliver within 1,000 feet of a con-
venience business, possession
of oxycodone without a prescrip-
tion and unlawful use of a two-
way communication device.
*Joseph D. Bladino, 30, 275
S.E. Grove Ave., Port St. Lucie,
was arrested May 17 and
charged with possession of a
firearm or ammunition by a con-
victed felon.
*John Joseph Malone, 44,
1641 S.E. Sandria Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 17 and
charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription.
*Charlene Ann Brooks, 40, 403
N. Ninth St., Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 17 and charged
with aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon.
*James Wildruf Sauls, 56,
1469 S.W. Herder Road, Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 17 and
charged with two counts of third-
degree grand theft.


*Larry Jermaius Bouio, 35,
1213 South 12th St., Fort Pierce,
was arrested May 17 and
charged with felony battery.
*Peter H. Oyibo, aka Goldie,
30, 1703 Fulton Drive, Fort
Pierce, was arrested May 17 and
charged with fleeing.
*Fernando D. Zicariz, 48, 184
40 Northeast 29th Court, Miami,
was arrested May 17and
charged with uttering a forged
bill, check or draft, obtaining
property bv false impersonation,
third-degree grand theft and pos-
session of a fictitious driver's
license or identification card.
*Richard Bissell, 47, 4913 Sea-
grape Drive, Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 18 and charged
with possession of a weapon or
a firearm by a convicted felon.
*Jabari Cowart, 20, 17836
101st Court, Vero Beach, was
arrested May 18 and charged
with organized fraud and third-
degree grand theft.
*Akbar Raheem Muhammed,
442 N.W. Airoso Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 18 and
charged with felony battery.
*David Love Rodriguez, 22,
2122 S.W. Import Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested May 18 and
charged with armed robbery.
*Cheseley King, 31, 1010
Avenue F, Fort Pierce, was
arrested May 18 and charged
with violation of probation. He
was on probation for failure of a
sex offender to provide e-mail
address or instant messaging
name to sheriff's office.
*Steven Michael Delazney, 26,
2261 S.E. Aneci St., Venice, was
arrested May 18 and charged
with third-degree grand theft.

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Letter


To the editor:

Have they been forgotten?
We can't know what they've been through!
They were fighting for our freedom, and to this
country, they stood true.
They have lost so many brothers, in lands both near
and far.
Have they been forgotten?
Do you know who they really are?
They fought in countless battles, and they've been
there 'till the end.
They may have been your brother, father, son or


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Hometown News question of the week
hat are your thoughts on the false prediction that
V the world was coming to an end on May 21?


Kudos to the paper

In regard to the story, "Work squads help cut spending."
Now that's the kind of news I like to read. What a wonderful
story. The taxpayers would be much happier with their lot if
they could read things like that more often. My heartfelt
appreciation to those people. Keep up the good work.
Editor's note: The writer is referring to an article that ran
in the May 13 Martin County edition of HTN about prison
work squads at Martin Correctional Institution. To read it, go
to www.myhometownnews.net.

Who's to blame?

This week I had the opportunity to sit and watch some
cases being conducted over the welfare of children in the
county. I was shocked and confused as to what I saw.
All this time I thought that with all the children being aban-
doned, abused, neglected and murdered under the care of
Department of Children and Families the agency was to
blame. I, like a lot of others in the community, felt that DCF
was not doing their job by looking out for the welfare of the
children. I thought that somehow if we fixed the department,
many children could be saved and if they had been more vigi-
lant many children would have not suffered at the hands of
the ones who were supposed to love them.
After sitting all day in the juvenile court watching quietly, I
discovered something very disturbing; DCF is not totally to
blame and maybe not to blame at all.
I watched defense attorneys for the parents argue how the
children should be returned to parents with no regard for the
children or what was best for them. The parents were free of
drugs only a few weeks out of jail, for only a short periods of
time, and some were still on drugs and could not get treat-
ment because of their refusal to quit the drugs they were get-
ting from "doctors," and I use this term lightly as most were
getting their drugs from pain clinics (pill mills).
What I saw next was so disturbing that I thought I was in a
dream. The magistrate who provided over the proceedings
seemed to be angry at every little thing DCF said or objected
to. As DCF and the Guardian ad litem representatives, whose
job it is to watch out for the children, objected to defense
attorney's motions to reunite the children with the parents
until the parents could show that they could care for their
children safely, the magistrate seemed to be a defense attor-
ney for the parents and not looking out for the children's' best
interest.
There was no evidence provided by the parents that they
had truly straightened up their lives and were ready to


friend.
Many of them still missing, and some never made it
home, so don't forget to thank them for the service they
have shown.
They are America's Veterans who have fought to keep
us free.
"Have they been forgotten?" is the thought that
worries me.

Samsom A. DeVille
Port St. Lucie
American Legion rider,
Post 318


responsible parents, none!
One mother was even caught in a lie and this magistrate
just seemed to overlook that fact. After that day, I have a new
reality about our system and believe that if these people we
put over the welfare of our children are not listened to how
can we expect to see anything other than what we read in the
papers?
These are truly the children lost, they have no hope of a bet-
ter life as long as we leave these people in charge and when
we do give them someone to watch over them the magis-
trates, judges and others with the power cannot be allowed to
tie their hands.
So next time you see a headline where a child is found dead
at the hands of someone who loved them, or a child so neg-
lected that their eyes show the emptiness of their souls, don't
assume DCF has failed them. Maybe the blame needs to be
placed at the door steps of the ones who are truly at fault.

Stop sensationalizing

We are heading to our summer place in Maine next week.
One thing that I will not miss is the local TV newscasts. I
have seen newscasts in at least 25 states and I have never
seen any as bad as the ones that we get here. They sensa-
tionalize everything, whether it is the weather or a murder.
Do they really think that we care which station has it first
or has the "inside" information Report the news.Don't try to
influence the news or make it sound like it's a matter of life
or death.
No credit to Obama

To the readers who chose to recently pass out kudos to
Obama, let me remind them that Osama bin Laden was
taken out by intelligence gathering that George Bush put
into place when he was POTUS.
The economy is still tanked, jobs are scarce, unemploy-
ment is not improving, illegals are still pouring over our
Southern borders and none of these issues have been suc-
cessfully addressed by the current administration.
As one reader suggested we will not shut up and on
November 2012, our voices will be heard loud and clear.

Missing puzzle piece

If there is one piece of the health-care puzzle that is most
needed, it is tort reform. Greedy trial lawyers have made an
expensive joke of our medical system.
Health care is not a science. America may have the best
care in the world, but things do go wrong. No amount of liti-
gation is going to make it better, but does make it more
expensive.
The price of medical malpractice insurance is huge. To pro-
tect themselves, doctors routinely order unneeded but costly
tests and procedures. In the end, taxpayers foot the bill.
Campaign contributions from the trial lawyers lobby put
politicians in their debt and should be thoroughly exposed.

No raises for teachers

Another school district is facing a militant teacher's union
determined to get a 5.5 percent pay raise, plus additional
costs because teachers get seniority increases and addition-
al pay for earning graduate credits or college degrees.
Pity the poor taxpayer.

Here's a way to cut spending

To those on the left who say there is no way to cut govern-
ment spending, consider scrapping the redevelopment
assistance capital program, which pumps billions of taxpay-
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Rants
From page A6
museums.
Entrenched politicians love RACP. They
use it to get campaign contributions. Tax-
payers who are forced to pay the costs hate
it.

Taxpayers get stuck in the end
A clear point of consensus is government
made a huge mistake guaranteeing mort-
gage-financing grants to Fannie Mae and
Freddie Mac. It cost the taxpayers to the
tune of $150 billion and counting.
The best way for government to improve
home financing is to leave it to the profit-
making sector.
If a private lender makes too many bad
loans, he fails. Washington just borrows
more money and hopes the voters forget by
the time the next election rolls around. In
the end, taxpayers get stuck with the tab.

Change the status quo

Despite what they will tell you, public
school teachers have the best of all worlds.
They have a virtual guarantee of lifetime
employment.
Under-performing teachers have become
nearly impossible to fire. Fewer that one out
of every 1,000 tenured teachers has been
successfully fired and that is usually for seri-
ous misconduct, not poor teaching.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie hit the nail
on the head when he said that teaching is
the only profession where there are no
rewards for excellence and no conse-
quences for failure.
Although the teacher's union will object,
the status quo has got to change.

Reduce military budget

One area to reduce spending would be
the military budget. Over the years, the mil-
itary budget has grown as the U.S. attempts
to be the policeman of the world. At last
count, the Pentagon had 865 military bases
in more than 40 countries. We have estab-
lished an empire, much like other countries
have done throughout the centuries. We all
know what happened to those countries


Atwater
From page A6
serves and protects Floridi-
ans by ensuring state
dollars are spent according
to state law, licensing and
regulating insurance agents


that have established empires in the past.
The same fate awaits us if we do not start
now to reduce our military exposure
throughout the world.

More harm than good?

The U.S. spent $698 billion on the mili-
tary in 2010 while China spent $119 billion.
President Eisenhower warned America
about the growth of the military industrial
complex. With every passing year, the mili-
tary consumes more of our tax dollars. To
feed the military with more tax dollars
results in fewer dollars being spent on
needed social and educational programs.
Our military presence throughout the
world many times does more harm than
good. We did not like the British Redcoats in
the English colonies during our early peri-
od. Let us not forget the Boston Tea Party
and the Boston Massacre.
We have been told over and over again
about our presence in Iraq and Afghanistan
that we are alienating precisely the people
we claim to be saving for democracy.
In summary, bring our troops home. Let
us dismantle the American empire that has
grown larger and larger since World War II.
Maintaining the American empire is very
costly and not in our best interest or anyone
else, except the military industrial complex.

Don't reduce social programs
Reducing the federal deficit is very neces-
sary, but doing so by reducing social pro-
grams on the needy and at the same time
refusing to consider raising taxes on the
wealthy is not being a responsible legislator.

Blaming Obama

We don't have to look very far to see why
it costs so much to fill up the gas tank in
the family car. Trillion dollar deficits lead
to weakening the dollar, which makes for-
eign oil more expensive.
Our muddled policy toward Libya and
the Middle East has worsened the uncer-
tainty there. And, President Obama's off-
shore drilling ban restricts supply and rais-
es prices.
Current policies in Washington threaten
to make the situation worse, not better.


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He noted the council had
invited people to submit pro-
posals for the past three years,
but none were submitted.
However, he said, the office
has received some inquiries
since the council decided to
put out a formal request.
The schedule calls for pro-
gram proposal applications
to be released on June 13 with
Aug. 1 being the deadline for
receiving proposals.
The council would meet on
Sept. 8 to make a decision.
The Rev. Longworth said he
still believes some programs
funded by the council provide
duplicate services. He has
filed a complaint with the
State Attorney General's
Office regarding that. The
complaint also contends
some programs are geared
toward adults, while the man-
date of the council is to serve
children.
Mr. Boyle disagreed that
any of the programs provide
duplicate services.
The agencies funded "pur-
posely work together to avoid
duplication," he said.
He also feels that to serve
children, they need to deal
with the entire family.
"Research and common
sense shows that if you are
going to impact a child's life
you have to work with the
child and the family," he said.


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AB * Port St. Lucie Hometown News Friday, May 27, 2011


Terry Dew displays a photo
of her two children, Stormy
Gail and Shawn. Stormy
died in a drowning acci-
dent nearly 30 years and
Ms. Dew is supporting
efforts to prevent tragedies
involving other children.












Staff photo by
Jay Meisel


Parents urged


to practice pool safety


By Jay Meisel
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ST. LUCIE COUNTY-
For Terry Dew, tragedy
occurred within a matter of
minutes nearly 30 years
ago.
Then a Broward County
resident, Ms. Dew, who
now lives in Port St. Lucie,
went inside for a couple of
minutes to unclog a drain.
In the less than 5 minutes
she didn't watch her two
children, one drowned in a
neighbor's pool.
"It's just so fast," she said.
"You turn your back and
they're gone."
Last week, she joined
officials from St. Lucie
County Fire District, Lawn-
wood Regional Medical
Center and Heart Institute
and St. Lucie County to
warn parents that the same
thing could happen to their
children if they don't take
precautions.
Fire Chief Ron Parrish,
who spoke at the
Ravenswood pool center,
said the district decided to


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hold the event curing
National Emergency Med-
ical Services Week.
During 2010, St. Lucie
County recorded 18 drown -
ings and 93 near drown-
ings, he said. Of those,
eight were children..
In cases involving chil-
dren, communication is
often the problem, he said.
"Most parents believe
one or the other is watch-
ing the child," he said.
Above all else, Chief Par-
rish said, parents need to
be vigilant about what their
children are doing.
It's also important for
them to teach children
water safety and learn how
to do CPR, he said.
If a child is missing, par-
ents should first check the
pool, he said, because a
child under water will suf-
fer brain damage after 5
minutes.
Christopher Senger, a
doctor at Lawnwood, said
if the child is in the pool,
the first thing the parent
should do is get the child
out of the pool and then


30 minutes south, if we paid


call 911. Once the parent
calls 911 they should begin
CPR, Dr. Senger said. If
they don't know CPR, a 911
operator can walk them
through it, he said.
Children who don't get
CPR in time and survive
can suffer permanent
learning disabilities and
memory loss, Dr. Senger
said.
Children who are res-
cued from the pool and
revived with CPR should be
observed for the first 24
hours to see if they exhibit
such symptoms as short-
ness of breath and cough-
ing, he said. If so, they
should immediately be
taken to a hospital emer-
gency room, Dr. Senger
said.
In Ms. Dew's case, her
child never made it to a
hospital. During the brief
period she went inside, her
children, 22-month old
Stormy Gail and 3-year-old
Shawn, were outside.
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From page Al
year, and this is the 14th
year the city has used his
company to annually auc-
tion off unwanted materials.
He also conducted the auc-
tion for surplus real proper-
ty in 2004 and 2007.
Mr. Daniel recalled some
of the larger auctions held
when the city was experi-
encing its growth spurt.
"Several years around
when the real estate boom
was just starting, we con-
ducted an auction on the
lawn of city hall," he said.
"There were about 2,000
people in attendance at that
auction, and the proceeds
were in excess of $1 mil-
lion."
The city does not pay the
auctioneer for his service.
He is paid a percentage of
each item sold, and that
amount is figured into the
buyer's cost as a buyer's pre-
mium.
This year, the auction will


School
From page Al
"This event is a celebra-
tion of the history of suc-
cess at Northport," said
Principal Glenn Rustay.
"We are excited about the
learning that is taking place
here. It's a part of history to
be here today."
Mr. Rustay said several
current members of the
school staff were part of the
original staff when the
school opened.
The official opening date
of the school was April 8,
1986. According to North-
port's media specialist,
Lynne Gruszka, the school
began as a traditional jun-
ior high with just seventh
and eighth grades. She is
one of the school's original
teachers.
"In 1990, the sixth grade
was added," she said. "We
started one year of double


be held at the city's public
works facility, 430 Thornhill
Drive in Port St. Lucie.
The auction will begin at
10 a.m. June 11. People are
encouraged to arrive one
hour early to inspect the
items they wish to bid on, as
the items will be sold as is.
People who will be bidding
on real estate and vehicles
need to register one hour
prior to the start of the auc-
tion.
Something different at
this year's auction is that a
live auction and an online
auction will take place at the
same time for real estate. All
the other items up for auc-
tion can only be purchased
at the live event.
"By conducting the auc-
tion this way, the crowd in
attendance will witness the
real estate selling, which
could generate a few last-
minute bidders, and anyone
anywhere in the world can
also bid live online," he said.
Those interested in bid-
ding on the Internet for the
real estate properties must
register 48 hours in advance.


sessions that year."
Another person who
remembers that time is the
school's first principal,
John Townsend.
"It's an amazing school
here," he said at the event.
"As principal, I got a chance
to see a lot of things I didn't
see as a teacher that other
teachers were doing with
their students. I feel like
I'm home here."
He said during the dou-
ble sessions, the day would
start at 7 a.m. and not end
until 12 hours later.
"Students would be leav-
ing from one side of the
school, and arriving on the
other side at the same
time," he said. "It was
needed then, because
every student is impor-
tant."
Ms. Gruszka said the
school has developed some
deep community roots.
"We have an excellent
veteran's program, with


Mr. Daniel said he
remembers one of the city's
first auctions.
"More than 20 years ago,
they had a very small auc-
tion consisting of office sup-
plies and other fairly small
items," he said. "Since that
time, the city has observed
increased revenues by dis-
posing of unwanted and
unneeded items every year."
While sometimes other
municipalities or county
governments are extended
an invitation to participate
in the auction, this year it is
all city property.
The auction is open to the
public, and Mr. Daniel says
to bring cash or a cashier's
check to use as a deposit if a
person is the highest bidder.
"Not all auctions are cre-
ated alike," he said. "This
auction will sell the items to
the highest bidder, regard-
less of price, without
reserves."

For more information, call
(772) 220-2557 and to pre-
view the real estate online, go
to www.karlindaniel.com.


veterans imbedded into
our classrooms and pro-
grams teaching civics and
history," she said.
"We now boast more
than 10,000 volunteer
hours. Principal John
Townsend instilled in this
facility and staff a sense of
family, and each principal
since then has kept that
feeling alive. The students
and community feel they
are part of a big family."
Past Principal Eric Sey-
mour was also at the event,
hugging former co-workers
and recalling his time
there. He is currently the
principal of Vero Beach
High School.
"This school has its own
unique history," he said. "It
just holds so many memo-
ries for me."
Five years ago, the school
became a K-8, serving
approximately 1,300 stu-
dents.
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expense of operating their business, home or farm. These are necessary for reporting Federal
and State taxes. They are trained tax practitioners with years of experience and knowledge
in this field and can prepare your tax returns in the shortest time possible. Your service does
not end when you leave their office. Their professional service is open to you year round. All
services are computerized and for a reasonable fee, they will relieve you of this unpleasant task
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Academies of Cosmetology Inc.
Locations in Ft. Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Vero Beach
Accepting Senior Graduates!
The cosmetology industry is an exciting, adventurous and creative field that could be the
opportunity you've been searching for. Academies of Cosmetology Inc. provides all of the
essentials for their students to become licensed Cosmetologists under the requirements of the
State of Florida Board of Cosmetology.
At Academies of Cosmetology Inc., you will learn all phases of cosmetology, including
hair cutting, styling, permanent waving, color, salon management, facials, manicures, and all
other related course material. Their instructors pride themselves in helping students acquire
the knowledge and necessary skills to enter the field of hair design, nail technology and facial
technology. Their Vero Beach location now offers massage training, qualifying you to become
a licensed massage therapist.
They work with students, teaching them beyond the basics of Cosmetology as well as at least
3-4 massage techniques in their massage therapy class. Identifying the diverse needs of our
community helps enable their students to achieve the knowledge and skills necessary to enhance
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Harbor Place at Port St Lucie
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The writers of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you tumble your way
down to All-Around Gymnastics today located at 1013 SE Holbrook Ct. in Port St Lucie see
for yourself why all the kids are enjoying the fun sport of gymnastics.

Carpets, Etc., Inc.
Bob & Kathy Kantor
Honest, Sincere, Courteous Service With Over 25 Years Experience
Bob Kantor has been in the floor covering business for over 30 years, here on the Treasure Coast.
He gives all his customers personal attention and guarantees their satisfaction. Carpets, Etc.
can compete with all the others, including the big stores with the aprons. His prices include pad
and installation and there is NO charge for an estimate. They also do shop-at-home service, so
you don't need to leave your home. Let them bring the samples to you so you can coordinate
them with the colors and styles of your home.
From plush carpet you can sink your feet into to high traffic carpet the kids can trample, they're
sure to have your heart's desire. They feature carpet from leading manufacturers. If the product
required is not available in stock, they can usually obtain it in a short period of time. Carpets,
Etc. has been voted the best carpet store for 3 years in Port St. Lucie.
Each roll of carpet that leaves their warehouse is fully guaranteed by the manufacturer. Their
experienced carpet installers will perfectly fit the carpet to your satisfaction and installation
services are guaranteed.
Whether you're looking for beauty, utility, economy or style, they'll work with you to create
flooring that blends well with your home environment. Carpets, Etc. offers a variety of quality,
durable carpeting at discount prices. They also offer the best in tile, vinyl and wood. They treat
all of their customers the way they would like to be treated. 85-90% of all their business is from
previous customers or referrals. Don't shop at those hardware or chain stores - let the personal
family owned professionals help you at Carpets, Etc. Most credit cards are accepted.
The editors of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you call Carpets, Etc.,


Inc. at (772) 878-4707 for your personalized consultation today or stop by their new 3000
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Family Allergy & Asthma
Johns Hopkins Allergist Moves to St. Lucie West
Do you suffer from frequent sneezing, congestion and an itchy or runny nose? If so, you may
have rhinitis. Rhinitis is one of the most common chronic conditions, affecting 10% to 30% of
adults and up to 40% of children in the United States. If this includes you, you don't have to
suffer. Dr. Michael Wein, a Johns Hopkins trained allergy specialist, has moved his team of
allergy specialists to St. Lucie West. They offer years of experience treating sinus, food allergy,
rashes and many other allergic problems. If you are suffering from a cold that lingers, or one that
occurs each year at the same time, then you would benefit from their services.
Family Allergy & Asthma's utilizes state-of-the-art techniques to properly diagnose and treat
allergic conditions. Testing can be performed (usually without needles) to common allergens
including pollen, mold and animals but also for drugs and stinging insects to pinpoint the
exact cause of your allergic discomfort. Many new and exciting medications including anti-
leukotrienes, long-acting beta agonists, anti-Ige monoclonal antibodies, kallikrein inhibitors and
anti-cholinergic nasal sprays are available. Allergy shots, also known as immunotherapy, may
also be considered if you don't want to take medications or feel that they are not enough, or if
you want long-term control of your allergies with less need for medications. The end result is
decreased sensitivity to allergens and feeling better. No referral is needed!
The authors of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you cal Dr. Michael
Wein at the St. Lucie West office at (772) 621-9992 and win the war against allergies.

Blind Shack
Add Class to Your Glass
From traditional classic d6cor to ultra modem blinds and shutters, Blind Shack has what you're
looking for. Whether you require a warm look of stained oak or a bold statement of color, their
quality finishes make any room the perfect blend of grace, beauty and flawlessness. Blind
Shack believes that every window and every customer has unique window treatment needs.
Choose from a wide selection of products, including mini blinds, wood blinds, soft shades,
verticals, shutters, woven woods, valances, silhouettes and more. They carry national name-
brand products with full warranties that can only be supported by large national companies such
as Hunter Douglas, Graber and Shade-O-Matic.
Their professional design staff and installers will help to make your window treatment vision a
reality by assisting you in every phase of your decorating and purchase decisions! From start to
finish, they want you to get the best blinds and shutters with the best value for your dollar.
The authors of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you call Blind Shack
today at (772) 344-7744 for a FREE in-home estimate!

Global Learning Preschool
"Your Childs Future Starts Here"
Have you been hopelessly searching for the best possible environment for your child or children
to attend while you're away? Global Learning Preschool has 7 convenient locations around
Florida for you childcare needs. So, allow one of their caring and dependable staff members
give you a tour of their facilities. They are always happy to answer your questions and will keep
you informed of your child's development.
Their emphasis is on providing a nurturing and healthy environment while allowing the children
that attend to grow and explore their endless curiosity. Offering the latest development of
learning toys and equipment, the staff at Global Learning Preschool welcomes your child to a
world full of acceptance and warmth and their trained teachers encourage the children to learn
at their own pace. They know that when it comes to something as priceless as your child or
children, you deserve to find the very best. At Global Learning Preschool they can offer you
just that. From spacious rooms full of friendly faces to a playground made for good times, they
desire to make each individual child feel special from A to Z!
The authors of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you stop by Global
Learning Preschool at 4333 SW Darwin Blvd. in Port St. Lucie phone (772) 905-8212 and
check out the best in childcare!

Rolling Oaks Cemetery
"The ONLY Cemetery in Port St. Lucie"
Rolling Oaks Cemetery, located at 2200 SW Del Rio Blvd. (the west end of Del Rio Blvd.)
in Port St. Lucie, phone (772) 873-2441, has offered caring assistance, guidance and support to
those who have lost a loved one for many years. When a death occurs in a family, we are often
confronted with overwhelming demands requiring immediate decisions in the worst possible
circumstances.
Rolling Oaks Cemetery offers many choices to plan ahead so that burial arrangements may be
made in advance, sparing your loved ones of dealing with such decisions in a traumatic time, and
also alleviating the financial burden. Family counselor, Bob Rigano is there to compassionately
help guide you through this process.
Rolling Oaks Cemetery has been designed to become one of this area's most beautiful perpetual
care parks. This beautiful memorial park can offer a testament of love that will stand forever.
Rolling Oaks Cemetery continually strives to create one of the most beautiful and complete
cemetery settings. A drive along any of the winding roadways through their meticulously
maintained grounds will give you an opportunity to appreciate the attention to detail that has
been given to planning this magnificent property. Their goal is to provide you with a beautiful
final resting place for you or your loved ones, bringing peace of mind to many families. Rolling
Oaks Cemetery offers a wide variety of burial and entombment options including ground burial
or above-ground entombment.
The authors of this 2011 Summer Preview Local Business Update commend Rolling Oaks
Cemetery for the caring services they offer to the residents of this area.

Crown Seamless Gutters, Inc.
Don't get caught in the rain without Crown Seamless Gutters' seamless guttering. They install
highly efficient, low maintenance seamless guttering available in a variety of colors to match
any exterior decor. Completely ready for installation, you'll never have to bother painting this
guttering! The continuous, uninterrupted flow through their smooth, ample passageways allow
leaves and debris to wash away smoothly and easily, unlike traditional guttering that requires
regular trips up the ladder to clean the guttering to prevent clogging. Invest a small amount of
money into preventive maintenance today with their protective seamless guttering. Unchannelled
rainflow can strip down the layers of sealant and coatings on your home, enabling the wood to rot
and also washes away the dirt around the base of your home, creating an entryway for moisture
to settle in and destroy the foundation beneath your house.
This qualified team of professionals will expertly install your new guttering. Their product is
fully guaranteed and all work performed is adequately insured for your protection.
The editors of this 2011 Summer Preview Local Business Update urge you-Don't get
stuck with unnecessary and costly home repair and restoration bills due to water related
damage, call Crown Seamless Gutters today at (772) 336-1330 for your free quote!
Treasure Coast Ear Nose & Throat
Dr. Daniel E. Sharkey, Dr. Stuart J. Sabol, Dr. Robert A. Nunez
Treasure Coast Ear Nose & Throat, located at 1871 SE Tiffany Ave. in Port St. Lucie, phone
(772) 337-2393, specializes in the treatment of patients with ear, nose and throat problems. They
make it a priority to establish a personal relationship with each patient. Their goal is to help you
achieve optimal health by using the least amount of medicines and the most amount of practical
advice.
They treat adults and children who suffer from ear, nose and throat problems. Their expertise
is in endoscopic sinus surgery, head and neck surgery, facial plastic surgery, snoring and sleep
apnea problems, hearing and dizziness problems, and hearing aid sales.
This family-oriented professional practice offers the personal attention you deserve, with the
medical expertise you demand. The experienced physicians and staff believe in treating each
patient with highest level of competence and compassion.
The authors of this 2011 Summer Local Business Update urge you-Don't let your ear, nose
& throat problems get in the way of your lifestyle, call Treasure Coast Ear Nose & Throat
today at (772) 337-2393.


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whose house was on fire
and dealing with a road-
rage incident.
Fire Chief Ron Parrish


recognized Jeff Lee as Fire-
fighter of the Year.
Besides doing a good job
in fighting fires, Mr. Lee
has, on his own, developed
administrative software
programs that have saved
the district money.
Mr. Lee also is involved in


numerous charitable pro-
grams such as CASTLE and
Pink Tie Friends.
Corey Lee, who is not
related to Jeff Lee, was
named Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper of the Year
for this area, said Capt.
John Cataldo.


Capt. Cataldo said Troop-
er Lee was willing to head
up driving under the influ-
ence enforcement for the
area, although that
required he work nights. He
made 106 DUI arrests dur-
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Attorney attends

conference for estate

planning experts


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST -
Robert J. Kulas, Treasure
Coast estate planning attor-
ney, attended an education-
al conference in New
Orleans during the second
week of May, hosted by the
American Academy of
Estate Planning Attorneys.
The academy is the
national educational organ-
ization promoting excel-
lence in estate planning by
providing member attor-
neys with research and vital
updates in estate, tax and
business planning laws
since 1993.
Mr. Kulas received train-
ing on: using irrevocable
trusts for eligibility planning
and asset protection, new
strategies and advance
planning with the new tax
law and ethics case studies:
best practices and biggest
blunders.
"Academy summits are
grounded in sessions focus-
ing on legal education and
practice management tech-
niques for our members. As
always, our agenda is filled
with those core topics, but
at this event we're not con-
tent with what is happening
now. We're looking to make
sure our members are rele-
vant in the future, as well,"
said Robert Armstrong,
president of the American
Academy.
"With sessions discussing
the importance of search
engine optimization and
our culture's shift to mobile
communication it's impor-
tant that our attorneys have
a strong presence in both
the community where they


live, as well as their online
community," he said.
Sessions such as the
future of legal services
underscore the fact that
attorneys, as trusted advi-
sors to their client's legacies,
need to understand how to
communicate with the next
generation.
Mr. Kulas focuses his
practice exclusively on
estate, legacy and elder-law
planning.
"I make it a point to
attend the academy sum-
mits because I recognize the
value in continuing educa-
tion and networking with
like-minded attorneys," Mr.
Kulas said.
"Serving the needs of our
clients has always been the
primary aim of my firm. It's
imperative to be knowl-
edgeable about the latest
planning techniques, espe-
cially with the recent federal
estate tax law changes.
"There are many strate-
gies for planning and I want
to know what legal strate-
gies are being used by the
leading estate planning
attorneys in the country," he
said.
The Kulas law firm has
devoted its practice to estate
planning matters for the last
27 years. It has been a mem-
ber of the scademy for 18
years and is one of only
seven firms accepted into
the academy in Florida.
The firm has helped thou-
sands of families on the
Treasure Coast area meet
their long-term financial
and non-financial goals.
For more information call
(772) 398-0720, or visit
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Flea market


to be held at


botanical gardens


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ST. LUCIE - The
Angler's Club of Port St.
Lucie is hosting a flea mar-
ket on June 4, from 8 a.m.-3
p.m. at the Port St. Lucie
Botanical Gardens.
Those who have been
storing fishing and nautical
equipment and other assort-
ed stuff they no longer use,
want or have room for can
rent a 9- foot by 20-foor
space for $20 for non-mem-
bers of the Angler's Club and
$15 per space for club mem-
bers.
There are 50 spaces avail-
able on first come, first serve
basis the day of the event.
Payment is required at the
time of sign-up, no excep-
tions or refunds. The last day
for sign-up is May 31.
The club will not supply
tables or chairs, only the
space. Anything sellers bring


must fit in the designated
space. Additional space is
available at a reduced fee.
No overhangs will be per-
mitted. Boats brought to the
market to be sold must be
no bigger than the space
allotted. Boat engines can-
not be started and nobody
can climb aboard it due to
insurance restrictions. Any
violators will be asked to
leave. Do not bring boats
more than 20 feet, as they
will not be permitted.
Gates open at 7 a.m. for
spot selection and set-up.
All fees for spaces go the
Angler's Club. The club will
have refreshments available,
and the botanical gardens
will be open, as well.

For questions concerning
what is allowed and for more
information, call (772) 398-
4565 or (772) 342-2563 or e-
mail
bpgjog2@bellsouth.net.


Rebate
From page Al
what you've done."
Last year, the city received a
$1.4 million energy efficiency
and conservation block grant
from the Department of
Energy.
While part of the money
was used to purchase and
install the recently completed


solar panel array, the rest of it
was used to install carbon-
dioxide sensors in the large
meeting areas within the civic
center.
"The sensors allow the civic
center's air conditioning sys-
tem to exhaust conditioned
air only when necessary,
rather than continuously,"
said assistant manager Gre-
gory Oravec. "As a result, the
system does not have to con-
dition much new air, signifi-


candy reducing the energy
usage and corresponding
costs."
Mr. Oravec said it is hoped
the new sensors will produce
up to 20 percent in savings in
the energy costs associated
with air conditioning.
Along with the installation
of the sensors, the city partic-
ipated in the power compa-
ny's Demand ControlVentila-
tion Program, from which the
rebate check is a result.


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"We've worked closely with
the (city) staff during the
project at the civic center,"
said Nancy Flickinger, gov-
ernmental account manager
for FP&L.
"The sensors that were
installed reduce the amount
of ventilation, reducing the
air conditioning load and
saving money at the civic
center. That's what it all
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Bowling event raises


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For Hometown News
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St. LUCIE COUNTY-
Saint Lucie Lanes hosted
the third annual Save The
Chimps Bowl-A-Thon on
May 1 and raised more than
$5,200 for the local nonprof-
it.
"This was our best
fundraiser yet," said Phyllis
Marino, one of the organiz-
ers of the event.
"This money will go a long
way toward the care, feeding
and veterinary care needed
for our chimps. I can't wait
'till the next one," she said.
The struggle to protect
man's closest relative has
been a long and hard road.
Initially, the Air Force
rejected Carole Noone's
proposal to care for the
chimpanzees and instead
gave them to The Coulston
Foundation, a biomedical
research facility with the
worst record for primate
care of any lab in America.
The chimps were used in
experiments by the Air


Force.
Appalled by this situation,
Ms. Noon sued the Air Force
on behalf of the Coulston
chimpanzees and won back
their lives.
In 2001, under the direc-
tion of Ms. Noone, 21 Air
Force chimpanzees moved
to their new island home in
Fort Pierce.
With financial support
provided by the Arcus Foun-
dation, 266 chimpanzees
were rescued and their lives
were saved from torment
and death at the world's
largest chimpanzee sanctu-
ary.
Over the next several
years, Ms. Noon oversaw
renovations of dismal Coul-
ston facilities in New Mexi-
co and construction of Save
the Chimps in Fort Pierce.
On May 2, 2009 she lost
her fight with pancreatic
cancer, but her memory and
her cause survived.
This year's Save The
Chimps honored the mem-
ory of Ms. Noone and raised
$5,200 for her children.


Safety
From page A8
side, she said, she noticed
the gate was open and heard
"a neighbor scream that the
children got into the pool,"
she said.
Stormy Gail was removed
from the pool, but died, Ms.
Dew said.
Her son, who is now in his
early 30s, told her he tried to
get his sister out of the pool,
but she was too heavy, she
said.
Years later, her son helped
save a baby from drowning,
but still expressed regret
about not being able to save
his sister.
"I tried to explain to him
that he was just 3 years old
at the time," she said. "I
never blamed him."


It turned out the children
had gotten into the pool
because a hole in the screen
near the door allowed them
to reach through it and open
the locked door from inside.
Each year, St. Lucie Coun-
ty provides swimming les-
son for about 900 children
of all ages, said Lucia Berry,
aquatics program supervi-
sor. She believes, without a
doubt, the lessons ultimate-
ly save the lives of some of
those children.
But budget cuts continue
to threaten the programs,
she said.
"I feel like every year, it's
going to get harder and
harder," Ms. Berry said.

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about aquatics programs, go
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Photo courtesy of John Carroll High School
Steve Ripley, John Carroll High School athletic director,
congratulates Thomas Plummer, a John Carroll junior,
who was awarded the Florida Interscholastic Activities
Association award for sportsmanship. Only six athletes
receive this award in Florida.


Student, teacher


retreats build


character


By Jennifer Trefelner
For Hometown News
Congratulations to
Thomas Plummer, a John
Carroll High School junior
and proud member of the
boy's lacrosse team.
Thomas received the
Florida Interscholastic
Activities Association award
for sportsmanship. Only six
athletes receive this award
in Florida.
Thomas showed charac-
ter in numerous ways while
on the lacrosse field, help-
ing others and showing
compassion for players of
the opposing team. John
Carroll High School is very
proud of his accomplish-
ments and the sportsman-
ship that he shows.
National education
leader, Youth Frontiers, is
proud to partner with John
Carroll High School on
character development pro-
gram.
Youth Frontiers is a lead-
ing character education
organization and has
already partnered with John
Carroll in hosting a compre-
hensive, on-campus retreat
on respect, and one for the
senior class.
Through initiatives that
focus on the importance of
being respected and valued,
Youth Frontiers delivers
programs that improve
school climates and
strengthen student charac-
ter in schools across the
country.
For more than 23 years,
Youth Frontiers successful
and highly regarded retreats
seek to teach students how
to incorporate the values of
kindness, courage, respect
and integrity into their per-
sonal and school lives.
The organization aims to
strengthen core values, con-
front negative behaviors


and enable students to rec-
ognize the consequences of
their actions.
"These retreats were two
of the most positive and
encouraging experiences I
have witnessed among stu-
dents throughout my 10
years of teaching," said
KarenVercillo, a teacher and
the character education
coordinator at John Carroll
High School.
The retreats included
interactive games, music,
small discussion groups and
gripping stories, which
break down walls between
the students and allow them
to see each other differently.
Throughout the retreats,
students showed traits of
true character, mending
relationships, stating acts of
courage and respecting
themselves and others.


Jennifer
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Weird
From page Al
Not Butter in 22-year-old
Stevie Hickey's freezer.
The woman told police
Hickey spread the
substance on two pieces
of toast Hickey gave to
the girl. Police said
Hickey told the girl it was
"parsley butter" but later
acknowledged to police
that it was marijuana.
The Valley News Dis-
patch in Tarentum
reported Hickey remains
free after waiving her
right to a preliminary
hearing on marijuana
possession and child
endangerment charges.
From wlky.com: Woman
draws sword during
argument at Pizza Hut
A Louisville woman
faces first-degree disor-
derly conduct and
menacing charges after
police said she took out a
sword during an argu-
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be treated to performances
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ography. But they also will
be supporting The Arc of St.
Lucie County, which pro-
vides services for people
with disabilities and special
needs.


Rogelio Corrales and
Emily Ricca of Port St.
Lucie were guest artists
at the Florida Arts &
Dance Company's 'An
Evening of Gershwin'
on Friday, May 20,
2011. Mr. Corrales is
director of the St. Lucie
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Roxanne Wells, public
relations and grants coordi-
nator for The Arc of St. Lucie
County, said 26 clients of the
organization will perform in
the event called "Quest."
During the past year, they
have been rehearsing for the
event, she said.
"Some of them aspire to
be recording artists, Ms.
Wells said.
Performing at the Sunrise,
"provides an outlet to


express themselves and to
participate in community
events," she said.
Proceeds from the event
will help with numerous
services provided by The Arc
of St. Lucie County, includ-
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and summer camp for spe-
cial needs children, clothing
for people in residential
homes, food for needy fami-
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Arc of St. Lucie County,
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pate.
Illya R. Anderson, who is a
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the choreography in the
show, was born in Califor-
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ST. LUCIE COUNTY-
Registration is underway
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Parks, Recreation and Facili-
ties Department's summer
camp programs at the
Havert L. Fenn Center and
Lincoln Park Community
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nia, but currently resides in
Japan.
Mr. Anderson, who was
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years in an accident, was
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abilities, Ms. Wells said.
Tasha Patterson, a chore-
ographer, dancer and yoga
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Cross and Dianna Ross,
among others. She current-
ly teaches dance and yoga.
Her sister, who helped
establish the performing
and visual arts program at
The Arc of St. Lucie County,
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therapist with Martin
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nastics, cheerleading and
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guest performer.
The show will begin at 7
p.m. Tickets cost $25 for
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Tickets are $3 and may be
purchased at the IRSC box
office at the McAlpin Fine
Arts Center or by calling
(800) 220-9915 with VISA,
Discover, American Express,
or MasterCard or visit
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shows are recommended for
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age 4. The Hallstrom
planetarium's temperature is
maintained at 72 degrees
and visitors may want to
bring a light jacket or
sweater. Seating is limited.

FRIDAY, MAY 27-
SUNDAY, MAY29
* Step "Into the Woods" as
Jensen Beach High Drama
Club presents Stephen
Sondheim's most popular
and Tony award winning
musical. Performances will
be held at Jensen Beach High
School Performing Arts
Center, 2875 Goldenrod
Road, Jensen Beach, Friday,
May 27 at 7 p.m., Saturday,
May 28 at 2 and 7 p.m., and
Sunday, May 29 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $10
for students with an ID,
children under 10 are free
when accompanied by an
adult. Tickets may be
purchased at the door or by
calling the box office (772)
232-3500, Ext. 180.

SATURDAY, MAY 28
- Snippets from "The
Fantasticks," presented by
Shiloh Theatrical Produc-
tions at 2:30 p.m. at the
Blake Library in Stuart. The
approximately one-hour
presentation is free and open
to the public. No tickets or
reservations are required. The
longest-running production
of any kind in the world, "The
Fantasticks" is a timeless
fable of love that manages to
be nostalgic and universal at
the same time. The script's
breathtaking poetry is
punctuated by a series of
catchy songs, including one
of Broadway's most memo-
rable, "Try to Remember." The
full production, directed by
Tom Farley with musical
direction by Betty Saunders,
runs June 1-5 at the Lyric
Theatre in historic downtown
Stuart.
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to know about wine. Join
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wine shop to learn about
different grapes, wine types
and food pairings. Begins at
10:30 a.m. at the Hoke
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1150 N.W. Jack Williams Way,
Jensen Beach. Free and open
to the public. No reservations
required. For more informa-
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SUNDAY, MAY 29
* Port Salerno art show
from noon-6 p.m. at The Fish
House Art Center with live
music all day and hand-
made vendor area with
select, Florida hand-made
items, and Kids Cabana. For
more information, call (772)
919-2244.

MONDAY, MAY 30
* The National Navy UDT-
SEAL Museum will host a
Memorial Day ceremony at
10 a.m. In honor of Memorial
Day, the museum will be
open and admission will be
free. For more information,
call (913) 244-4782 or e-
mail at
Rolf.Snyder@gmail.com.
* The Port St. Lucie Parks
and Recreation Department
will host the city's annual
Memorial Day ceremony at
10 a.m., at Veterans Memori-
al Park. The Port St. Lucie
Community Band will
perform. Seating is limited,
so early arrival is recom-
mended. Lawn chairs are
welcome. Veterans Memorial
Park is located at 2100 S.E.
Veterans Memorial Parkway.
For more information, call
(772) 878-2277.
* Island Kayak, 10 a.m.-1
p.m., $35 with snack (MOEC
members $33). A chance to
see dolphin, osprey, pelicans,
sea turtles and sometimes
manatee as kayakers explore
the islands off of Fort Pierce.
Suitable for all ages. Call
(772) 466-1600, Ext. 3071
for information.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1
* St. Lucie County Chamber
of Commerce's Multi-
Cultural Council will meet at
8:30 a.m. at the Hibiscus
Children's Center, 7410 S U.S.
1, Port St. Lucie.
* St. Lucie County Chamber
of Commerce and AT&T's
legislative wrap-up lunch-
eon will be held at 11:30
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open to the public on May
28.The pools will be open
through Labor Day.
* Ravenswood Pool, 400
Ravenswood Lane, Port St.
Lucie. (772) 871-2183.
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Dry Eye Syndrome....
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Dry Eye Syndrome also known as
Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca is a progressive eye
disease in which dryness is caused by
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evaporation. This is caused when you have a
decreased production of oil on the eye.
Without the oil the aqueous layer evaporates


Dr. Christopher Frey O.D.
Board Certified Optometrist


off the eye in seconds.
Age is one of the main
reasons for the eye to
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the oil layer of the eye.
Lastly decreased mucin
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Hello, smart shoppers.
This week's column
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Computers add an
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RED LOBSTER'S
CHEESE BISCUITS
Makes 12 (NIB)

You can make them lower
fat by using low-fat ingredi-
ents but for a special
occasion I would choose the
original way. I haven't made
them yet but will this week.
Let me know what you
think.
Preheat oven to 400
degrees (be sure to use an
oven thermometer as most
ovens are not very accurate.
Preheat for 20 minutes.
Biscuits:


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2-1/2 cups Bisquick
baking mix
pinch salt
1/2-teaspoon garlic
powder
4 tablespoons cold butter
(1/2 stick)
3/4-cup whole milk
1 heaping cup grated
Cheddar cheese

Topping:

2 tablespoons butter
1/4-teaspoon parsley
flakes, dried
1/4-teaspoon garlic
powder

The original recipe has
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into the Bisquick using a
pastry cutter or large fork.
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do, it is time consuming; try
it my way.
Using a food processor
place in the bowl the
Bisquick, salt, thel/2
teaspoon garlic powder and
cold butter cut up into
chunks; pulse until butter is
the size of small peas.
Dump into medium-size
bowl, add cheese, mix with
hands until combined. Add
milk and mix gently.
Drop about 1/4-cup
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cup or an ice cream scoop.
Bake 10 to 15 minutes or
until the tops have turned a
light brown.
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melt topping butter in a
small microwave bowl, then
mix in remaining ingredi-
ents. As soon as biscuits are
done, use a pastry brush to
top biscuits, being sure to
use up all of the butter.
Serve warm.

ITALIAN DRESSING

This dressing will keep in
the refrigerator forever. It
costs so much less to make a
homemade dressing, not to
mention the fact it is
preservative-free and good
for you. If you find extra
virgin olive oil is too heavy
for your taste buds, use half
olive and half canola oil.
When it comes to red
wine vinegar, be sure to read
the labels. Beware of red
wine flavored vinegar, it
may cost a bit less than real
red wine vinegar, but the
flavor is not there. Check
your local supermarkets.
Balsamic vinegar is
excellent. Using half red
wine and half balsamic
vinegar creates a delicious
dressing.
You are the chef, you've
got the basic measurements
and ingredients, now take it
from there and change it at
will.

2 cups extra virgin olive
oil or 1/2 olive and 1/2
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slow you down or stop you
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fruitful and multiply.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Courage in the face of adver-
sity is one of your greatest
virtues. When the chips are
down, you keep an eye on
the goal and keep on keep-
ing on. You make a good
captain of the ship. You
always bring it safely through
the storm. Be sure to take a
break after meeting great
challenges. This recharge
time gives you energy.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
When you choose to let your
higher nature and purpose
guide you, you find patience
and wiser decisions are
made. The lower nature
ruled by the ego wants it all
now. Separate positive ideas
from the negatives and work
on the most important posi-
tives first. Your inner guid-
ance will tell you when to
act. This is a winning formula.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Strong attention to details
continues to bring positive
results to your life. Another
reason is the good hearted-
ness and nurturing you give
others. Life, adventure and
nature are your true
domains. You calculate the
odds and then take action.
These three virtues separate
you from the masses and
make you a champion in all
you try.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Pisces is the omega of the
zodiac family. Your strong,
sensitive inner nature and
guidance is the fuel for your
spirit. You refuse to let the
world or negative people pull
you too far away from your
center. Give thanks daily for
this greatest of universal
blessings. It is the light and
power to keep you going no
matter what challenge is fac-
ing you.


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Obituaries


Walter J. Enderlein

Walter J. Enderlein, 81, of
Port St. Lucie, died May 14,
2011.
He was in Astoria, N.Y.,
and moved to Port St. Lucie
in 1980.
He served in the U.S.
Army during the Korean
War.
He is survived by his wife,
of 57 years, Gertrude; two
daughters, Susan and Betty;
a brother, Werner and five
grandchildren.
Arrangements by Yates
Funeral Home.

Mario Paradiso

Mario Paradiso, 83 of Port
St. Lucie, died May 13, 2011.
He was born in the Bronx,
N.Y., and moved to Port St.
Lucie in 1989.
He served in the U.S.
Navy.
He is survived by two
sons; two grandsons and a
sister.
He was preceded in death
by his brother, Artie and two
sisters, Ida and Babe.
Arrangements by Yates
Funeral Home.

Lueverne Brubaker

Lueverne Brubaker, 85, of
Port St. Lucie, died May 12,
2011.
She was born in Bonifay
and moved to Port St. Lucie
29 years ago
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Wal-
lace and a daughter, Lynn.
She is survived by two
daughters, Lonnie and
Gwen; a son, Wendell; eight
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home.


David T. Kohnhorst

David T. Kohnhorst, 82, of
Port St. Lucie, died May 13,
2011.
He was born in Wausau,
Wis., and moved to Port St.
Lucie 18 years ago.
He served in the U.S. Air
Force.
He was preceded in death
by two sons, David and Leo;
two brothers, Roy and Don-
ald and a sister, Violet.
He is survived by his wife
of 18 years, Shirley; a
daughter, Brenda; two sons,
Ronald and Kerry; a brother,
Kenneth; 12 grandchildren
and six great-grandchil-
dren.
Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home.

Dyrck Dickey

Dyrck Dickey, 91 of Port
St. Lucie, died May 13, 2011.
He was born in Shelby,
Ind., and lived in Port St.
Lucie for 35 years.
He served in the U.S. Air
Force.
He is survived by his wife
of 70 years, Jane; two sons,
Mike and Tim; a daughter,
Cindy; two grandchildren
and four great-grandchil-
dren.


Arrangements by Cox-
Gifford-Seawinds Funeral
Home and Crematory.

Robert L. McNees

Robert L. McNees, 69, of
Port St. Lucie, died May 14,
2011.
He was born in Watervli-
et, Mich., and moved to the
Treasure Coast in 2006.
He attended St.
Bernadette Catholic
Church.
He served in the U. S. Air
Force.
He is survived by a sister,
Joann.
Arrangements by Yates
Funeral Home Port St. Lucie
Chapel.

David T. Smith

David T. Smith, 59, of Port
St. Lucie died May 11, 2011.
He was born in Fort Sill,
Okla.
He is survived by his wife,
Stephanie; two sons, David
and Dillon; three daughters,
Stephanie, Megan and
Jamie; a sister, Susan; a
brother, Ed and six grand-
children.
Arrangements by Haisley
Funeral & Cremation Ser-
vice.


Out
From page B3
a.m. at Tradition Town Hall,
10489 S.W. Meeting St., Port St
Lucie. The cost is $25 and
attendees must RSVP online at
www.StLucieChamber.org.
Speakers invited to appear are
Rep. Gayle Harrell, Rep.
Debbie Mayfield, Rep. Steve
Perman, Rep. William Snyder
and Sen. Joe Negron.

FRIDAY, JUNE 3

* IRSC professor series: Abe
Lincoln: The Transition,
presented by Robert R. Farley
at 2 p.m. at the Blake Library in
Stuart, 2351 S.E. Monterey
Road. Free and open to the
public. For more information,
call (772) 221-1403, pick up a
Library Connection at any
branch library or visit the
library web site at
www.library.martin.fl.us.
* Friday Fest at Marina
Square in downtown Fort
Pierce, from 5:30-9 p.m. Live
music from OPM Band. Food,
kid's entertainment, beer tent
and free admission.
* "Know the Flow" water
workshop for residents,
businesses and homeowner
associations from 1-4 p.m. at
the Havert L. Fenn Center on
Virginia Avenue. Officials from
various agencies including St.
Lucie County, the city of Fort
Pierce, South Florida Water
Management District and the


Dalton Circle, PSL, FL 3495

JUNE EVENTS
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
THURSDAY DINNERS (2nd) Salad, Ravioli w/Sausage & Meatballs, (9th) Salad, Chicken
Cutlet Pam, & Pasta. Tickets are $10.00 pp, Dinner is at 6:00pm includes coffee and dessert.
Music for your dancing pleasure each Thursday. RSVP 871-2815
SATURDAY (11th) STEAK NIGHT DINNER DANCE Our Steak Night Dinner Dances are so
popular that we are having another one in June. Each time the grill chefs have served the
steaks to order and our members and guests enjoy the food and the evening of music and
dancing. We once again bring you D.J. Louie and his variety of music to dance to and just sit
and enjoy. Dinner will be served at 6:30 PM. The menu is Ribeye Steak, Potatoes, Green Beans
and Salad, Coffee and Dessert. Tickets are $18.00. To make reservations call 772-336-7600.
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North St. Lucie River and Fort
Pierce Farms Water Control
Districts will discuss stormwa-
ter regulations, water quality
issues, water-use restrictions
and more. This informational
workshop is free and open to
the public. In addition to
hearing updates from area
water officials, participants will
have the opportunity to ask
water-related questions. The
Havert L. Fenn Center is
located at 2000 Virginia Ave.,
Fort Pierce. For more informa-
tion, call 772-462-1668.

SATURDAY, JUNE 4

* Caladium workshop, from
9-11 a.m. at Heathcote
Botanical Gardens, 210
Savannah Road, Fort Pierce.
$10 for Heathcote members,
$15 for non-members. Learn
about the history and horticul-
ture of these spectacular heat-


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loving tuberous plants.
Participants will plant and take
home a container. Additional
bulbs will be for sale. To
reserve a spot, call (772) 464-
4672 or visit www.heathcoteb-
otanicalgardens.org.
* The Treasure Coast
Rowing Club will host its 10th
annual "Learn to Row Day"
from 9 a.m. - noon, at the
Treasure Coast Community
Rowing Center Boathouse,
south of the Palm City Bridge
on the St. Lucie River at the
Southwest corner of Leighton
Park in Palm City. There will be
static rowing machines, videos,
coaching on the water and
friendly members to answer
your questions. Wear sun-
screen and water shoes. Baggy
clothing is not recommended.
Refreshments will be available
and the event is free to the
public. Call (772) 285-9177 or
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Grammy
From page B6

the vinegars. Remember, I
said lightly; you can always
add but you can't take
away. Thoroughly mix the
salad with the greatest
utensils ever: your hands.
Taste a leaf. Are you


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1 Mellowed
5 Hartman or Lesh
9 MacDonald's
spread
13 Necklace
fastening
17 Great review
18 Quench
19 Gather
21 This: Sp.
22 Married to a
Pilsener?
24 Negative horse?
26 Along the way
27 Pituitary _
29 Poe's bird
30 Word in a
syllogism
31 Irish poet
32 Manicurist's
implement
33 Ethiopia neighbor
36 Thanks, to Pierre
37 Sponsors
41 Historical periods
42 Arrangements
44 beef
46 Gotcha!
47 Hoarder's pronoun
48 Evict
49 Have on
50 " Fan Tutti"
51 Actor McKellen
52 Designer of
chocolates?
56 Cringe
57 Diffident
58 Actor Rickman
59 Swiss cheese
features
60 Idle chatter
61 Queen's honorees
63 Storybook
elephant
64 Tex-Mex
condiment
65 Bent
67 Ricochet
68 Stamp unit
69 Mil. cops
72 Carouse
73 Good-looking taxi?
75 Took the bait
76 Singer/actor
Burl
77 Famous Orkan
78 Work for money
79 Fibber
80 " It Be"
81 Least important
83 bow
84 _ Paquin
85 Spotted cats
87 Blemishes
89 Search for "dirt"
90 Huron's sister
91 Hayworth and
Moreno


Word Play


92 Samoa-oriented
anthropologist
94 Book review?
96 buddies
97 "Watership Down"
characters
100 The whipped
cream and the
cherry?
102 Legendary
podiatric problem?
105 Spoken
106 Copperfield, to
friends?
107 Borders
108 Adhesive
109 Diminish
110 in the wool
111 Dent. degrees
112 Yugoslav native
DOWN
1 Circle part
2 Stare
3 "_ as we speak"
4 Lessen
5 Student of
Socrates


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Answers located in Classified Section


6 Despise
7 Adlai's opponent
8 CPA's reading
matter
9 Zealot
10 Prayer
endorsements
11 Sortie
12 NYC sports arena
13 Angelic homeland
14" sow..."
15 9 mm. submachine
gun, in Liverpool
16 Golfer's goal
18 Self-satisfied
20 Comic Wil
23 _ of plenty
25 Restaurant bar
28 Fond du
Wisconsin
31 Busybody
32 Term-end test
33 Penultimate rounds
34 _ Heep
35 Hollywood
negator?
36 Bricklayer
37 Disentangles


38 Time to eat, Mr.
Ruth!
39 Art rack
40 Hobbit home
42 Combined
43 "Star Wars"
producer
45 Deed-holder
50 Corn cores
52 Sahara steed
53 Kale's relative
54 Kings of the road
55 Bowie's last stand
56 Biblical warrior
60 _split
62 Cuts off
63 Relies, with "on"
64 bleu!
65 Adornment
66 "...waitin' on
the ...
67 Problems
68 High points
70 Cliburn's
instrument
71 Bind
73 Throng
74 Nut delicacies
77 Deserved


79 Amphibious
attacks
81 "West Side Story"
heroine
82 Heavy metal's"
Sister"
83 Stomped
86 Hawk
88 From Z
89 "Thief of Baghdad"
star
91 "Sweet
O'Grady"
92 Stags and bucks
93 Recedes
94 Invisible emanation
95 Of one mind: abbr.
96 Group of quails
97 Pate covers
98 Scrabble piece
99 _ grapes
100 Piglet's mama
101 Naughty
103 Annex
104 S.D. neighbor


Why you shouldn't skip breakfast


e bster's definition
of breakfast: the
first meal of the
day, especially when taken
in the morning.
Noah Webster died in
1843, so his definition might
not be as important as how
you define it. How do you
see that early morning
meal, if you bother? Some-
thing you don't have time
for? Probably. Despite all the
good public relations it gets,
breakfast is the most missed
meal of the day.
For many of you this is
where your thoughts about
breakfast start and stop. Or
you would be enjoying your
first meal of the day, as Mr.
Webster put it, today and
everyday.
When I surveyed
why people don't eat
breakfast, I received a regi-
men of responses. Top
contenders were "I don't
have time," or "It makes me
sick," or "I am just not
hungry, why eat?" or "I don't
like breakfast food."
This probably covers
most of my anti-eating
morning people.
In your lifetime you've all
heard it once, twice, quite
possibly a million times,
"Eat your breakfast, it's
the most important meal of
the day."
No, your mother didn't
pay me to tell you one more
time. I'm a mother and a
grandmother. This is
coming from someone who
wants you to know you are
less healthy when you don't
eat breakfast. You deserve
better.
I don't have time
Of all the meals you
consume in a day, breakfast
gets the least attention.
Busy schedules leave little
time for breakfast smorgas-
bords, I'll buy that. Howev-
er, in my book, you can
either have excuses or
results.


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Let's give the "I don't have
time" whiners the first
lashing. My intent is to
motivate you, so be brave
and please listen.
The excuse of "not having
time" is the absolute worst
entry on my why I don't eat
breakfast list. If you want to
see me frown, just try that
one on me. Did you have
time to brush your teeth,
shower or make a Facebook
update this morning?
Chances are you answered
yes to at least one. I will say
a huge majority did all
three. Am I right? So why
did breakfast get the boot?
Don't look for time it's not
a game of hide and seek.
You will never find time,
you must make it. The
simplest and quickest
breakfast option for on-the-
go people is an RTD shake.
Stock up on ready to drink
shakes in your fridge, grab
and go. Many people make
time to drink coffee in the
morning, so, you can drink
a shake at home, driving to
work or taking the kids to
school. Your "I don't have
time" complaint just got
thrown out the car window.
It makes me sick
I hear this often and
agree, there's nothing worse
than feeling nauseous to
start the day. I have had my
share of morning nausea.
Mine was pregnancy
related. The "It makes me
sick" people have my
sympathy, but they still
need to eat.
My initial response to you
queasy ones has always
been, it's because your body
is not used to it. I decided to
do a little more research on
the complaint. Truth is they


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are exactly right. Their
bodies are not used to
having breakfast
because that's how they
have conditioned them-
selves. Unfortunately,
there's no painless way to
make the change. If health,
fitness and or weight loss
are a priority, a few uncom-
fortable mornings await.
Am I suggesting
you bounce out of bed and
put a spoon of something in
your mouth? No. Do that
with your tooth brush.
Things taste better with a
fresh mouth. Breaking into
the breakfast habit takes
time, patience, a little
experimenting and initially,
not feeling fantastic. But the
results will be worth it.
A simple shake is easiest
to handle for breakfast
newcomers. So if you lack
time and get nauseous,
shakes to the rescue.
When you are ready to
add solid food, keep it
simple and the portions
small. A good starter
breakfast would be one hard
boiled egg and one small
banana. Your goal is to get
used to eating soon after
you awake. Being healthy
has never been an overnight
project, so for most people,
sticking it out has proven to
be successful.
I am just not hungry, why
eat?
This is an easy one. Eating
breakfast speeds up your
metabolism, therefore
burning more calories
throughout the day. Eating a
healthy breakfast helps
improve mental perform-
ance, concentration and
mood.
Who doesn't want to burn
more calories and be in a
better mood?
If that doesn't motivate
you to eat breakfast, it
should motivate you to
make breakfast for your
spouse. See how the
benefits multiply?
Studies show that people
who eat breakfast are more
likely to maintain a healthy
body weight. If none of this
interests you, then just skip
breakfast, and turn to the
next article. But you've
already made it this far, so I
think you'll finish.
Remember that on the
second or third day of
eating breakfast. Don't quit
then, either.
I don't like breakfast
foods
Simple solution, eat
something else! Duh.
There is no rule that
states breakfast must
consist of eggs and bacon.
One hundred percent of
pigs surveyed feel the same
way. The chickens didn't
seem to care. If you do
happen to find that rule, I
contest that rules are made
to be broken. Onward, my
new morning people!
Speaking of which, have
you never noticed some of
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us are "morning people"
and others are just grouch-
es? I bet that most grouches
don't eat a decent breakfast.
You've eaten breakfast
foods for dinner, right? It
was one of my favorite
family traditions as a kid. It
was always exciting to hear


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From page B7

(772) 287-8439 for more
information.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8

* St. Lucie County Chamber
of Commerce's Port St. Lucie
Area Council will be held at 8
a.m. at Port St. Lucie City Hall,
room 188,121 S.W. Port St.
Lucie Blvd.
FRIDAY, JUNE 10

*St Lucie County Chamber of
Commerce's Coffee with the
Port St. Lucie vice mayor with
Seacoast National Bank will be
held at 8:30 a.m. at Grill on
The Green, 2601 SE Morning-
side Blvd, Port St. Lucie. The
event is free and open to the


mom say, "We are having
breakfast tonight!" That
usually meant pancakes
stacked high. And who
doesn't like pancakes,
anytime of day?
Let's take that same idea,
reversed, and apply: dinner
for breakfast. Why not?
Think outside of the box of
egg and explore other food
options. That could
include soup, tuna or
dinner leftovers from the


public. Join in to receive an
update from Vice Mayor Linda
Bartz.

BARS AND CLUBS

FRIDAY, MAY 27

* Cobb's Landing, 200 N.
Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce,
Alex Kash, 6-10 p.m. (772)
460-9014.
* Conchy Joe's Seafood,
3945 N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, Reggae by
Rainfall, 8 p.m. to midnight.
(772) 334-1130.
* Crawdaddy's, 1949 N.E.
Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen
Beach, Call for performers. 8
p.m.-midnight. (772) 225-
3444.
* Finz Waterfront Grille,
4290 S.E. Salerno Road, Port
Salerno. Live music, 9 p.m. to
midnight. (772) 283-1929.


night before. Who doesn't
like cold pizza for breakfast?
Not every day of course, but
it beats nothing.
Nobody consistently eats
the perfect breakfast, but far
too many of us have none at
all. What you'll discover is
that not only do we define
what breakfast means to us,
but, breakfast helps define
how healthy and happy we
are.


Gina Ostarly, a seasoned
fitness professional, has been
changing lives on the
Treasure Coast for more
than a decade. Her passion
for fitness drives her to
educate and share the
knowledge needed to adapt
and maintain a healthy
lifestyle.
Contact her with your
questions at
GinaOstarly@aol.com.


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50 pcs 772-370-4709
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Printer $50 772-600-7155

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772-408-7606
CRADLE, Lg $25, 3 26"
Bikes like new $25 each
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CUFFLINKS, MARILYN
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clasp from the 50's $29
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computer, Good cond.
$70 772-336-7205 PSL
DINING TABLE, modern
glass w/ 6 multi colored
chairs $199
772-879-9976 SLC
DOLL, Madame Alexand-
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$40, 772-283-1341
FIREPLACE SCREEN,
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$15 ea. 772-220-1005
FRAMED ART by Mary
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boat $175 772-220-3082
GAS GRILL, Weber w/
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Condition $200
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light $100, 772-871-6044
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great papers incl. $125
obo 772-781-2572 Stuart

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Cowl & side vents $195
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Belt Drive on Steel Stand
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LAPTOP COMP. 15"
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MIRRORED DOORS, 2
bypass each 78x37 $75
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$50, 772-621-4065
NAIL ENAMEL, 40 bot-
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good condition $200.
772-579-2371
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REFRIGERATOR, 18'
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SAILBOAT, Row Out-
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ny low sail, center board
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SEWING MACHINE,
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SHED- NEEDS finishing
7 x 8, floor is done. Extra
wood. $60 772-332-4366
SNACK TRAY TABLE
SETS- (1) with 5 tables
(1) with 3 tables $49.95
each 772-223-8928
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$30, Savannah Cowgirl
$20 or all 3 $70
772-344-2681
SPORT ALBUMS, 16
Baseball Cards $100
772-878-0903 SLC
SPORT COAT, Mens 40
reg. new cost $295 selling
for $28 772-564-8485
SUITS, MEN'S gr. sz 42
$25, black sz 44 $40,
navy italian sz 42 $75
worn 3X 772-299-6518
SUN GLASSES, Ray
Ban, RB 3213-006-56015
like new, $30,
772-546-4751
TAPES, VCR 50 assort-
ed .50 each
772-335-2201 SLC
TIRES, 2, 32X11.5X15,
BFG- ATS, good tread,
$40, 772-519-2993
TOTAL GYM Exerciser,
used once, perfect condi-
tion, $125, 772-219-9886
TRENCH COAT, London
Fog 40 reg. $100, Ik new,
Magnavox 27" w/ Remote
$20 772-879-9837 SLC
TRUMPET w/ Case,
Good Condition $185
561-694-0594
TV TABLES, wood $15,
natl. geo. mags $20, re-
cliner, grey microfiber, gd
cond. $50 772-223-9455
TV, LARGE Screen w/
Table 5' wide, Solid wood
$100 954-683-4600 SLC
VACUUM / SHAMPOO-
ER, Kirby w/ accessories
$100, Coffee Maker,
Bunn $45 772-249-0659


VACUUM CLEANER,
Tri-Star, works great, paid
$1500 asking $195
772-664-9394
WASHER, SEARS Porta-
ble excellent condition
Aluminum Tub $200
772-299-0615 Vero
WHITE MARLIN, 7'
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772-785-5366 SLC
WINE COOLER, Magic
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332-8806





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Mobile Manor is a co-op.
You own interest in the
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55+ comm with pool. 2
miles to beach. Only
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Estatelnc. Dennis Freese
Broker 772-263-1021


JUPITER- SUNI SANDS
1 br/1.5ba/2cp single
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561-676-1946

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OWNER FINANCING
$1300 down, $200/Mo,
beautiful mobile, pet
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516-840-0800




PORT ST LUCIE- Span-
ish Lakes Riverfront. 55+
doublewide 2br/2ba com-
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Sale $10,000/obo, or
rent. 772-343-8586
PORT ST. LUCIE ALL
PRICES REDUCED 55+
La Buona Vita, 2/2
dblwdes. Own the land,
$146.50/mo (includes
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Call Bob in Resales.
772-485-1038 Concord
International.

GREAT Buy!
PORT ST. LUCIE
Spanish Lakes 1,
2br/2ba, Furnished, all
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STUART- 55+ 2br/2ba
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1764 sq. ft, large kitchen
3 large closets, shed
clubhouse, pool, tennis
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION -
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Apt Bldg., Equipment,
Auction on Memorial Day,
5/30/11. Van Massey
Auction Lic#1711
931-433-8686
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Trace 2/2 $850. Call Lisa
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clubhouse, pool, tennis)
50/mo. 772-538-0031

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$650/mo +sec (cable
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860-729-8504
STUART 55+ 2/2 fully
furn, all appl, all amen,
$750/mo +sec (cable
include) no pets/smoking
860-729-8504





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Active Comm with pool &
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772-569-2354



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1997. Diesel, exc cond
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$13,500 772-489-0584


STUART- 1 Br/1 Ba
$600/mo. FLS Year
lease. Clean, No pets No
smoking 772-260-9618
VERO BEACH 55+ Vista
Harbor 1-br/1.5ba. Fur-
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view. No pets. Annual or
Seasonal 772-633-1417





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Stuart 1-br/1.5-ba 1st
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Large screen patio opens
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hookups, Section 8
accepted, centrally
located, a/c & heat, no
pets $525/mo
772-336-9938


RENT

FORT PIERCE- 904 N
25th St. newly renovated
3/2 very clean. Tiled, new
carpet in br. $700/mo +
$300 dep. Large back
yard Cent A/C Pets sec-
tion 8 OK 772-361-5431
PORT ST. LUCIE 1050
SE Prineville St. 4/2,
with updates. Rent
$825/mo. Or Great deal
for $66,000. Good loca-
tion. 954-591-4121


WATERFRONT
STUART 2-br/2-ba 1.5
cg. large Florida room
40' dock on St. Lucie
River. $1075/mo
772-223-6561 See photo
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$6,700. 772-344-2084


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Boats &







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rigging included $800
w/trailer $600 w/o
772-234-9444


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S STUART Fully furn
1-br/1-ba with screened
porch. All appl's $550/mo
1st/last, $300 sec. Small
pet OK. 772-288-4137
STUART- Cozy Cottage
lbr/lba, w/d, furnished or
unfurnished, 1 pet under
20 lb ok, all utilities
included $700/mo FLS
772-288-5190
VERO BEACH - 4bd fam
rm 6' fenced yard/patio,
2yrs new, pets ok, pool
priv. $950 moves you in.
Avail 6/1. 772-978-1289




STUART- 2/2 Villa 55+
Twin Lakes, 1st floor.
W/D, Covered parking,
clubhouse with pool.
$750/mo 772-287-3795



FORT PIERCE- 3 br/1-ba
825sqft $500/mo +$200
sec dep. 1-br/1-ba
580sqft $399/mo +$200
sec dep. Newly remod-
eled, Appl's, washer
hook-up. Good neighbor-
hood. 561-715-2733


18' WELLS CARGO
2006, Reduced to sell
tandem axle 10k pounds
electric brakes, ramp
door with side door
motivated seller $3600.
772-794-9883 or
828-773-5776



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863-983-8064
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.
562011CP000553(FM)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDWIN LEE
BECKFORD a/k/a
EDWIN L. BECKFORD
a/k/a EDWIN
BECKFORD Deceased.
NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Edwin Lee
Beckford a/k/a Edwin L.
Beckford a/k/a Edwin
Beckford, deceased,
whose date of death was
May 31st, 2010, and
whose social security is
xxx-xx-3046, is pending
in the Circuit Court for St.
Lucie County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is PO.
Box 700, Fort Pierce, FL
34954. The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
is May 27, 2011.
Personal Representative:
Leroy E. Beckford
12805 S. Indian River
Drive, Jensen Beach, FL
34957 Attorney for
Personal Representative:
John Edgar Sherrard
Attorney at Law
34 SE 5th Street, Stuart,
FL 34994-3010
Telephone: (772) 283-
9322 Florida Bar No.
175991 E-Mail Address:
jesesq(bellsouth.net
Pubs: May 27, & June 3,
2011


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.
562011 CP000523(FM)
IN RE: ESTATE OF LA
RUE T. SMALLMAN
a/k/a GRACE LARUE
SMALLMAN, Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The Administration of the
estate of LA RUE T.
SMALLMAN a/k/a
GRACE LARUE
SMALLMAN, deceased,
whose date of death was
October 26th, 2010 is
pending in the Circuit
Court for St. Lucie
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 218 S. 2nd
Street, Ft. Pierce, Florida
34950. The name and
address of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth
below. All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM. All other creditors
of the decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS
NOT FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of the first
publication of this notice
is May 27, 2011.
Personal Representative:
FREDERICA B. NEAL
65 N.E. 152nd Street
North Miami Beach, FL
33162
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
GEORGE F. HERO
Florida Bar No. 035611
8603 S. Dixie Highway,
Suite 300 Miami, FL
33143 Tel: (305) 665-
1766 Pubs: May 27, &
June 3, 2011
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.:
562011CP000359(FM)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH JOHN GRIES,
JR., a/k/a JOSEPH J.
GRIES, JR., a/k/a
JOSEPH GRIES,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Joseph John
Gries, Jr., also known as
Joseph J. Gries, Jr., also
known as Joseph Gries,
Jr. also known as Joseph
Gries, deceased, File
Number
562011CP000359(FM), is
pending in the Circuit
Court for St. Lucie
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is PO. Box 700,
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.
The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate,
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, and
whom a copy of this
notice is served must file
their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons who having
claims or demands
against decedent's
estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
is May 20, 2011.
Personal Representative:
Sharron K. Cosby
5631 Van Dyke Road
Lutz, Florida 33558
Attorney for Personal
Representative: Stephen
P Heuston, Esq.
Frese Hansen, 930 South
Harbor City Blvd. Suite
505, Me bourne, FL
32901 (321) 984-3300
Pubs May 20 & May 27, 2011

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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MAUREEN
O'CONNOR-CASEY
Deceased.
File No.:
562010CP001240FM
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Maureen
O'Connor-Casey,
deceased, whose date of
death was March 31,
2010, is pending in the
Circuit Court for St. Lucie
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is Post Office Box
700, Fort Pierce, FL
34954. The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this notice
is May 20, 2011.
P e r s o n a I
Representative:
Sharon Casey
1771 Gulfstream Avenue
#B-2, Fort Pierce, Florida
34949 Attorney for
Personal Representative:
N. Richard Schopp, Esq.
Attorney for Sharon
Casey, Florida Bar
Number: 158207
881 E. Prima Vista Blvd.
Port St. Lucie, Florida
34952 Telephone: (772)
878-4120 Fax: (772) 878-
5103 E-Mail:
nrspa@bellsouth.net
Pubs May 20 & May 27, 2011


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PATRICK J. O'BRIEN
Deceased.
File No.:
562011CP000368FM
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Patrick J.
O'Brien, deceased,
whose date of death was
December 4, 2010, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for St. Lucie
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 700,
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.
The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this notice
is May 20, 2011.
P e r s o n a I
Representative:
Cynthia Marshall
3322 Gambel Oak Ct.
Oviedo, FL 32766
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Randy C. Bryan, Attorney
for Cynthia Marshall
Florida Bar Number:
990957 The Law Offices
of Hoyt & Bryan, LLC
254 Plaza Drive, Oviedo,
FL 32765 Telephone:
(407) 977-8080 Fax:
(407) 977-8078 Pubs:
May 20, & May 27, 2011


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.
562011CP000483(FM)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KEVIN A. GALVIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Kevin A. Galvin,
deceased, whose date of
death was November 14,
2010, is pending in the
Circuit Court for St. Lucie
County, Florida, Probate
Division, File Number
562011CP000483(FM);
the address of which is
P.O. Box 700, Ft. Pierce,
FL 34954. The names
and addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate,
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, and
who have been served a
copy of this notice, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons who having
claims or demands
against decedent's
estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE IS: MAY 20,
2011.
Personal Representative:
Dale L. Walthouse
P.O. Box 162112
Altamonte Springs, FL
32716 Attorney for
Personal Representative:
Florida Bar No. 198706
Julian K. Dominick, Jr.
421 N. Ferncreek Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32803
Telephone: (407) 895-
8502 Pubs: May 20, &
May 27, 2011

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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, IN AND FOR
THE NINETEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR PORT ST.
LUCIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.
562010CP000449-FM
IN RE: ESTATE OF
OWEN L. DORAN
Deceased.
NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of OWEN L.
DORAN, deceased,
File Number
562010CP000449-FM, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Port St. Lucie
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 700,
Fort Pierce, Florida
34954. The names and
addresses of the
co-personal
representatives and the
co-personal
representatives attorney
is set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate,
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this
notice is served must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THIS FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate,
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this Notice
is May 27, 2011.
Co-Personal
Representatives:
Kathleen E. O'Brien
6413 India Drive
Spring Hill, Florida 34608
Kenneth 0. Doran
84 Browns Road
Huntington, New York
11743
Attorney for Co-Personal
Representatives:
Barbara A. Goglio,
Esquire, Florida Bar No.:
0689459
100 North Centre Avenue
#303 Rockville Centre
New York 11570 (516)
764-4467 Pub: May 27, &
June 3, 2011
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NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN That the
undersigned intends to
sell the personal property
described below to
enforce a lien imposed
on said property under
The Florida Self Storage
Facility Act Statutes
(Section 83.801-83.809).
The undersigned will sell
at public sale by
competitive bidding on
Thursday June 9th, 2011
@ 11:00 am, on the
premises where said
property has been stored
& which are located at
American Stor-All
Storage, 420 NW
Peacock Blvd., Pt. St.
Lucie, FL 34986, St.
Lucie County, of Florida,
the following.
Construction equip.
Unit# Name
2018 John Davidson
238 Chem-Tech
Painting, Inc.
Household items
Unit# Name
1070 Susan Butterfield
3056 Joseph Heinz
167 Michelle Smith
1031 Maureen Wallace
169 Brenda &Eric
Reinbold
Purchases must be paid
for at the time of
purchase in cash only All
purchased items are sold
as is, where is, & must be
removed at the time of
the sale. Sale is subject
to cancellation in the
event of settlement
between owner &
obligated party Pubs:
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intent to sell these
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