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07/28/2017 ISSUE 30

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Ride the Zagster wave A8

A3 A4Bike-sharing coming to Tradition
Home run for nonprofits A decade of recovery

Mets are ‘Covering the Bases’ Resilient county learned, grew

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 30 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, JULY 28, 2017

Options limited, city poised to welcome pot shops

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer marijuana dispensaries. tration over the process.
[email protected] This is “just an example – how we The council had held a special

The Port St. Lucie City Council had a get everything ready and do all the workshop regarding what rules it
decision to make – go along with what work and then the state comes and would impose on potential medical
the voters approved or reject their will. says, ‘You can do this, or you can do marijuana dispensaries. The council
that,’ and that’s it. And we have to go waited to see what the County Com-
Those were the only options that back and fix it,” Vice Mayor Shannon mission and others would do.
Florida legislators gave local govern- Martin said, as she voiced her frus-
ments when crafting rules for medical CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

Mayor: Sale of VGTI facility EARTHCAM’S GOT YOU COVERED
‘can’t happen soon enough’ FOR PROGRESS ON ‘CROSSTOWN’

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer neering firm recently hooked up a
[email protected] web camera to a 52-foot-tall pole
The city got its longstanding wish – the Vaccine & Gene at the Crosstown bridge crossing
What would it look like if you at the North Fork of the St. Lucie
Therapy Institute of Florida’s defunct Tradition facility will were to hover 50 feet above the River. That web-feed went live and
Crosstown Parkway Extension can be accessed at www.Cross-
soon be out of receivership and under its control. construction zone? Port St. Lucie townExtension.com.
residents don’t have to wonder –
“The city guaranteed the bonds for VGTI to construct the EarthCam sits atop a pole. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN they can just go online and see for Mayor Gregory Oravec told St.
themselves. Lucie Voice that he checks on the

That’s because a city-hired engi- CONTINUED ON PAGE A10

building,” Mayor Greg Oravec said in an interview. “When

they defaulted, we the Safe to say, Port St. Lucie is tops in reducing crime

taxpayers were left hold-

ing the bag.”

Last year St. Lucie Cir-

cuit Judge Janet Croom BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent cording to the Florida Department tantly the city has helpful citizens.
of Law Enforcement’s recently-re- “Port St. Lucie is a great place to be
appointed Michael Im- Port St. Lucie had the lowest leased 2016 Unified Crime Report.
overall reported crime rate among Large cities are those with 100,000 a police department,” Bolduc said.
ber of Alvarez & Marsal Florida’s large cities for the seventh or more residents. According to the state report,

as receiver over VGTI. It straight year, ac- Police Chief John Bolduc said overall crime dropped about 1 per-
the department has cent in Port St. Lucie from 2015 to
was costing the city about great officers, but 2017, although the population in-
more impor- creased about 1.3 percent. From
$125,000 a month. 2010 to 2016, the overall crime rate

“Once we have posses- CONTINUED ON PAGE A6

sion of the building we

can hopefully facilitate

How St. Lucie Voice covered the VGTI the transition to the fu-
building story last August. ture,” Oravec said.

VGTI was the second

large economic-development failure in Tradition during

the height of the Great Recession and painfully slow re-

covery. The first was Tradition Studios, Digital Domain. In

both cases, the city issued bonds to construct and furnish

buildings essentially as loans to attract employers who’d

CONTINUED ON PAGE A6

IN THIS ISSUE Lyric gets singing star
JessLee for rare local
LOCAL NEWS A1-A11 appearance. Page B4

OBITUARIES A9 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B9

HEALTH A12-A15 DINING B10

GOLF B15 REAL ESTATE A17-A28

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ZAGSTER BIKE-SHARING SERVICE ROLLING INTO TRADITION

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent said folks will be pleasantly sur- pay to use bikes at the Zagster sta-

Zagster is coming to The Landing at Tra- prised by the Zagster bicycles. She tions in St. Lucie County.
dition, pedaling a whole new service. Don’t
bother looking for the storefront. Zagster has a demonstration bike from the “They’ll do it through their
is a national bike-share business. It’ll soon
have a bike station at the shopping center company that she’s been riding. smartphones or online,” Denkle
that’ll be part of a county transportation
program. “I have a Cannondale at home,” said.

“We are going to have 50 bicycles with she said. “My Cannondale is 10 The bikes will be $1 for the first
nine stations,” Murriah Dekle, the county’s
transit manager, said. years old. This bike rides a little hour and $2 thereafter for St. Lucie

At a recent regular meeting, the St. Lucie better than my bike at home.” County residents. Others will pay
County Commission approved the exper-
imental bike-share program with funding She said the bikes are multi-gear $2 and $4. The county is negotiat-
from the Florida Department of Transpor-
tation. The grant is $63,000. Dekle said the with shifters built into the grips. ing with Zagster for maximum dai-
bike-share stations will be located at bus
stops throughout the county. At the com- Changing gears is a matter of turn- ly rates. Users will be free to return
mission meeting, she explained that one of
the obstacles to people using buses is get- ing the wrist. the bikes to any Zagster station in
ting to work or shopping from the stops.
“There are also lights,” she said. St. Lucie County will soon place a bike-share station at The Landing at Tradition. the county. For now there’ll be no
“We’ve developed a countywide bike- “When the pedals start to move, The location is one of nine the county is installing. PHOTO COURTESY OF ST. LUCIE COUNTY stations in St. Lucie West.
share program designed to enhance the
first- and last-mile access to the Treasure the lights light up.” In addition to the state grant and
Coast Connector bus program,” she told
the commission. The bikes have fenders, to protect cloth- nationally only about one in four 16-year- user fees, the county is trying to fund the

In the interview, Dekle said the bikes are ing, and baskets for carrying items. They olds are licensed to drive. That’s about half bike-share program with sponsorships.
open to anybody to use for any purpose —
they don’t have to be using them in con- have step-through frames. what it was in the 1980s. Zagster will help the county find those
junction with the county’s bus service. She
“It’s really light,” Denkle added. It’s not just 16-year-olds who aren’t rac- sponsors.

Port St. Lucie will have to add transpor- ing to drive. The study found that only “In their contract, they’ll come down

tation options in coming years. Denkle about 69 percent of youths entering their here and help us secure sponsorship,”

said expected growth will simply make 20s are licensed. In the 1980s, almost 90 Denkle said. “That will help us get more

avoiding driving more attractive. percent were. than one station at Tradition and get some

“We’re going to have another Port St. Drivers’ miles, according to various re- in St. Lucie West.”

Lucie in Port St. Lucie by 2040,” Denkle searchers, appear to have peaked around Bicycling safety experts recommend

said. “We’re getting projects in place.” 2004. Since then individuals have driven wearing helmets on every ride. Those won’t

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‘COVERING THE BASES WITH THE METS’ MEDICAL MARIJUANA
HITS HOME RUN FOR AREA NONPROFITS
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent People Succeed and Florida Community Paul Taglieri, facilities
Health Centers. The month before, Learn manager of the St. Lucie In the end, all the work appeared to be for
The St. Lucie Mets and St. Lucie Coun- to Read St. Lucie and The Inner Truth Mets, and Terissa Aronson, naught.
ty Chamber of Commerce are getting Project. Recently CASTLE, a child-abuse president and CEO of the
nonprofits up to bat. prevention program, and Mary’s Shelter St. Lucie County Chamber “The state really gave us a binary choice,”
have been featured. of Commerce co-anchor Mayor Gregory Oravec said, agreeing with
“It’s been extremely educational to Martin during Monday’s City Council meet-
me,” said Paul Taglieri, facilities manag- “We typically give away Mets tickets to “Covering the Bases ing. “You can either prohibit it and ignore
er for the Mets. “We’ve definitely created our audience members,” Aronson said. with the Mets.” what your voters voted for – which that’s
some partnerships through the show.” “We usually have a special prize for a kind of a funny way to treat the voters. Or,
Mets trivia contest winner.” PHOTO COURTESY OF SLCTV if you don’t prohibit it altogether and ban
The chamber and baseball team get it and disregard your voters’ will, then you
together once a month at SLCTV’s Fort Aronson said there’s anecdotal evi- the area and we want to make sure peo- have to treat it [medical marijuana dispen-
Pierce studios to tape “Covering the Bas- dence the show has helped area not-for- ple are aware of that as well,” Aronson saries] like” all other pharmacies.
es with the Mets” before live audiences. profits. She said the Mets have a tremen- said.
Terissa Aronson, president and CEO of dous presence in St. Lucie County. Up to this point, the council has decided
the chamber, anchors two other shows The chamber president said that to uphold the will of the voters and passed
on the county television station. “They are a huge economic driver for about 20 people show up for tapings, but on first reading several ordinances that in-
the studio can hold more if needed. corporate dispensaries into city codes. No
“The Mets approached me about do- public input was offered during the first
ing a show together,” she said. Aronson “It’s free,” Aronson said. “It’s open to readings. The ordinances, if left unchal-
added, “The Mets were interested in giv- the public. We actually serve (audience lenged, are expected to pass at second read-
ing back and doing more for the commu- members) coffee and Danish.” ing during the Aug. 14 Council meeting.
nity.”
Reservations not needed. “It has been whiplash, and that’s an un-
The next taping of “Covering the Bas- “It’s just show up,” Aronson said. derstatement,” Councilwoman Jolien Cara-
es with the Mets” will be on Wednesday, ballo said, noting the city’s staff got the or-
Aug. 23. The taping starts at 8:30 a.m. Previous shows are aired on SLCTV. dinances ready, waited for the state’s rules,
The SLCTV studio is at 2300 Virginia Ave., They’re available on demand at www. and then had to rework them to comply.
Fort Pierce. youtube.com/stluciegov.  “And guess what? You might have to re-
tweak it again!” she said, addressing Assis-
“We’re going to have the Humane So- tant City Attorney Manny Anon. “I know it’s
ciety of St. Lucie County and the Van Du- been a labor of love for sure.”
zer Foundation,” Aronson said.
Anon told the council that the thanks
The humane society needs no expla- should also extend to the Port St. Lucie Po-
nation. The Van Duzer Foundation helps lice Department, other city departments,
families who’ve encountered sudden fi- the business community and many others
nancial hardships. who helped in forming the rules.

“We sit down with one or two not-for- “It really was a team effort,” he said.
profits and talk about their offerings,” Ar- Under the state’s rules, medical marijua-
onson said. “We sit down with somebody na dispensaries must be treated the same as
different every month and figure out how all other medical pharmacies – such as Wal-
they’re helping the community and get greens and CVS.
word out to people who need help.” Local governments, including the St.
Lucie County Commission, had tried to re-
Aronson said the county has been a strict their locations by providing for buffers
strong partner in the show and helped between multiple dispensaries, buffers be-
create it. tween dispensaries and protected sites such
as schools and daycares, and other such re-
“Eric Gill (communications director) strictions.
at the county said that he was trying to The state, however, decided to usurp
find a venue to help not-for-profits,” Ar- local rule by mandating, as Mayor Oravec
onson said. called it, the “binary” choice – all or noth-
ing. 
Taglieri is the co-anchor.
This month the show featured Helping



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VGTI PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN PSL POLICE DEPARTMENT making arrests, and putting criminals in
jail where they’re unable to commit new
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 That’s been a strength for the area economy. CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 crimes. Additionally, Del Toro said the de-
The state released its employment report for partment has made good use of data col-
diversify the economy if successful. Neither June on July 21. The state reported that the dropped almost 50 percent. lection to predict where it needs to deter
was successful. Port St. Lucie Metropolitan Statistical Area, Statewide, overall crime is down about criminals from striking.
which includes all of St. Lucie and Martin
Digital Domain Media Group declared counties, gained about 1,400 jobs in the ed- 2.8 percent. Crime, according to the re- “We use a very, very detailed crime ac-
bankruptcy in 2012, leaving the city with a ucation and healthcare sector over the last port, is at its lowest levels in about five de- countability model,” the assistant chief ex-
115,740-square-foot building in a slow real year, a 5.5 percent gain. cades. Violent crimes are down statewide plained.
estate market. The city sold Tradition Stu- about 1.9 percent, although murders were
dios, at 10250 SW Village Parkway, to Christ “It’s really the right time and it can’t hap- up slightly in 2016. Property crime was While crimes can and do happen any-
Fellowship for $13 million in 2015. pen soon enough we get that laboratory into down in Florida about 2.9 percent from where there are people, it tends to cluster
the hands of capable entities,” Oravec said. 2015 to ’16. for various reasons. Del Toro said by an-
Also in 2015, VGTI defaulted on payments alyzing patterns in crime reports, the de-
to cover the $64 million bonds the city issued Nevertheless, the mayor predicted that Assistant chief Richard Del Toro said one partment has been able to place patrols
in 2010. The city filed a lawsuit in May that the city will own the building for more than reason the PSL police department has had where they’re most likely to dissuade
year. VGTI cleared the building in October a year before a buyer comes along. success in reducing crime is because it has crime.
that year. done well at arresting criminals. “We have
“I think we have to mentally prepare our- a very high clearance rate,” he said. “On a daily basis, we’re always looking at
Oravec said on Aug. 11, the city will take selves for 18 months, and hope for much what the next issue is,” Del Toro said.
possession of the building. “Immediately less,” he said. The clearance rate is essentially the
we’re not going to be paying the receiver and percentage of crimes a police department St. Lucie County, like the state and city,
we’re able to maintain it cheaper,” the mayor On the lowest end, Oravec thinks the city solves with charges leveled. PSL had a has a dipping crime rate. Overall reported
said. “In the long term, this really is about could sell the building in about six months. 42.1 percent clearance rate for reported crime was down countywide about 5.4 per-
fulfilling the original purpose. We’re looking However, he said that’s the rosiest of possi- crimes in 2016. cent from 2015 to 2016. Known murders
at getting that building into the hands of bilities. dropped from 14 to 13. Reported rapes
somebody who’ll create jobs.” One of the main contributors to that, stayed the same at 74 each year. Report-
The building is at 9801 SW Discovery Way. Del Toro said, is people in Port St. Lucie are ed robberies went down from 185 to 157.
Colliers International has advertised the Oravec said the city is continuing to pursue willing to talk to police about crimes. He Burglaries dropped 1.7 percent. There were
building for sale since the beginning of this other legal actions to try to recoup as much said even as nationally many departments nine fewer car thefts, down to 285 from 294.
year. Oravec said it was built to very exacting of its investment into VGTI as possible.  have been strongly criticized by commu-
specifications for gene research, so the pool nities in recent years, the Port St. Lucie Fort Pierce enjoyed the largest overall
of prospective buyers is small. department has had good relations with a crime reduction in the county from 2015
wide swath of citizens. That, he said, is crit- to ’16. It dropped 22.8 percent. However,
“There have been a couple offers, but ical to a department solving crimes. unincorporated St. Lucie County had an
nothing’s been presented to the (Port St. Luc- increase, 13.5 percent.
ie City Council),” he said. “Very rarely do you stroll up on a crime
when it’s happening,” he said. On the Treasure Coast, Indian River
On the positive, however, Oravec said the County had a 22.3 percent reduction in
building’s specialization makes it so whoev- Del Toro said helpful witnesses are al- overall reported crimes, while Martin had
er purchases it will be involved in medicine. most always at the heart of solving crimes, a .3 percent increase. 

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the national average. A year later, it was slightly, it remains far below last June’s
rate of 6 percent. The county shared 12th
The Dignity Memorial professional provider network over 6 percent and above the national av- place for unemployment among Florida’s
erage. The climb accelerated, and by the 67 counties with Holmes, which is in the
AYCOCKis here to guide you every step of the way summer of 2009 the state’s unemployment Panhandle.
rate was about 11 percent. Florida’s unem-
AT TRADITIONAn unforgettable ployment would exceed the national aver- Hendry had the state’s highest unem-
age through 2012. ployment rate, 9.4 percent not seasonally
Our professiona1l2L, I5eF7xE1pCeSErWLiEeBTnRRcAAeTDdIIOaTNInmOdCNeEdNPmeTKdEoWiRcrYai.taeld adjusted. Monroe had the lowest at 2.8, also
staff provides exceptpioonratl, sctot.malkpuaecssiesipolnaantencianrge. Unemployment in the Sunshine State not seasonally adjusted. On the Treasure
started a steady decline around the start of Coast, Indian River took the unenviable top
spot for unemployment, with 5.4 percent.
2011, but it was painfully slow. Still, Tesch Martin climbed from 3.9 percent to 4.2 not
said the Treasure Coast has had desirable seasonally adjusted from May to June. Tak-
772-618-2336 job gains in recent years, and that might en together, St. Lucie and Martin form the
to families at a difficult time in their lives.WHEN YOU PLAN AHEAD, you*Subject to change without notice. Restrictions may apply. Please cancontact uds eforsdiegtainls. everyitndatseiuotlnaatieinliftuoftrfuorymeodaouswrmnotuucwrhnnse.conomic devas- Port St. Lucie Metropolitan Statistical Area,
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Tesch said increasingly the challenge for

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readingsSE&RsVoICnEgSs INCLUDE: “Over 500 manufacturing jobs,” he said. likely become more apparent over the next
“In professional and business services, 600 decade.

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Aycock at Tradition
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Bayshore Blvd. AYCOCK BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer vehicles to ensure nothing was taken.
Aycock, Byrd, Young [email protected] Authorities were already on the

& Prill Chapel A 17-year-old arrested for burglar- lookout for the teen after a resident of
1170 SW Bayshore Blvd. izing at least one vehicle is suspected SW Acco Road reported seeing a young
man in her husband’s truck, which
772-879-9300 AT TRADITION of casing vehicles in the Target parking was parked in their driveway. When
lot at Tradition, according to the Port she yelled at the teen, he got out of the
Floresta Drive truck and fled on what was described
1504 SE Floresta Drive 12LI5F7LE1iAfCeySECcWoLeclEekBbTarRRtaTtAAiroTaDndIIiCOtTieoNInnOtCeNrENPTKEWRY. St. Lucie Police Department. as a “chopper-style” mini-bike with
The teen, who was not publicly iden- wide tires.
Port St. Lucie port st. lucieSW Tradition Lakes Blvd.
772-878-0049 tified, was seen on store surveillance An officer driving west on Crosstown
772-618-2336 checking for unlocked car doors. Wit- Parkway saw the mini-bike heading
Fernhill Memorial east, according to the police report. The
Gardens, Stuart chSaUnPgPeLEwMSiWtEShtoNnyoCTreuekTWtayOnoOtCicEeA.NRMesEtDriIcAtiSoOnLsUmSTW KIeaOatinygNDr.Sap•p7l7y2. -P2l1e4a-s3e66c3o•nOtaMcSt 4u0s7 nesses called in the activity and the officer then saw the driver of the mini-
772-283-6246 bike throw an object into the woods
*Subject to for dteetaeilns. fled east on Crosstown Parkway. while driving. The officer conducted
Aycock Funeral Home While there were no immediate re-
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, CONTINUED ON PAGE A10
Tradition Pkwy. SW Stony Creek Way ports of burglaries in the Target park-
Fort Pierce ing lot, investigators encourage any-
772-461-8912 SW Elsinore Dr.

Tradition Pkwy. one who was parked there on July 17
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IN LOVING MEMORY

HILDEGARDE HESSE, 86 LYNN A. LANCIERI, 60 Treasure Coast Hospice
Port St. Lucie Port St. Lucie Has Grown to Become

Hildegarde J. “Hilde” Hesse (nee Muel- Lynn A. Lancieri, 60, of Port St. Lucie Treasure Health!
ler) passed away peacefully at her home in passed away July 24 in Fort Pierce. Mrs. Lan-
Port St. Lucie on Wednesday, July 19. She cieri moved to Port St. Lucie in 1992 coming Treasure Coast Hospice has always treasured life. Now,
was born in New Jersey in 1931, attended from Deerfield Beach, Fla. we’re offering an expanded family of services, including
Union High School, and lived in Union,
Chatham, Florham Park, Flanders and Survivors include husband of 30 years, palliative care, pediatric care and grief support, to
Hackettstown during her long and loving Robert Lancieri of Port St. Lucie; daughter, better meet the needs of our community.
marriage to Robert Hesse. Rachael Lancieri of Fort Pierce; son, Justin
Lancieri of Port St. Lucie; sisters, Robin Gold- Licensed since 1982.
She was active and enjoyed participa- man of Port St. Lucie, Debbie Myers of Boca
tion at the Swim and Sport Club, located Raton, Fla. and Donna (Brian) Campbell, of Treasuring Life | To learn more,
in Flanders, N.J., where she served as dues Branchville, N.J;. and unt Beverly (Mel) Rog- visit TreasureHealth.org or call 866.999.4550
collector for several years. She also worked ers of Boca Raton.
in home-based sales but her favorite job
was that of wife and mother. SUSAN ‘BABE’ MARTIN, 83
Port St. Lucie
Hilde was 86 years young and lived a long,
happy and productive life never meeting Susan “Babe” Martin, 83, of Port St. Lucie
a person that she didn’t quickly befriend. passed away on July 17. Susan, affectionate-
She will be missed by many for her cheerful ly known as “Babe,” was born in New York
smile, engaging personality and generous on July 19, 1933. She has been a resident of
spirit. Hilde was preceeded in death by her Port St. Lucie for the past 20 years.
husband, Robert Hesse, in 1997.
Babe was an excellent cook and the best
She is survived by her son, Bob Hesse, grandmother and great-grandmother in the
and his wife, Gretchen, of Port St. Lucie; world! She was preceded in death by her be-
son Kurt Hesse of Port St. Lucie; daughter, loved husband, John and by her daughter
Debby Guertin, and her husband, Gene, of Susan Millie. She is survived by her daugh-
Alpharetta, Ga.; four granddaughters, Sum- ter, Diane De Paul; grandchildren April, Mi-
mer Hesse, Monica Compton (Guertin), Ali chael, Frankie and Joey; and great-grand-
Davis (Guertin) and Stephanie Guertin; as children Alexis, J.T., Lily and Mia.
well as five great-grandchildren.

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SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND DEMAND

Volunteer Samantha PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN
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EARTHCAM this advanced technology will allow the EarthCam provides a bird’s-eye view of construction. CAR BURGLARY SUSPECT
community to be a part of it.”
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 CONTINUED FROM PAGE A8
Mayor Oravec said he’s already fielded
project at least once daily, keeping tabs on questions from residents regarding things a traffic stop and detained the teen until
the progress. they’ve seen at the construction site. the SW Acco Road witness could arrive.

While this is the first time the city has en- The website does not show how many The witness positively identified the
gaged EarthCam to chronicle a massive con- viewers are watching the feed at any given driver of the mini-bike as the same young
struction project, Mayor Oravec said the city time. man she saw in her husband’s truck, ac-
has used aerial photography for previous cording to police.
projects. When the project is complete, EarthCam
will provide the city with a condensed, time- A Port St. Lucie Police K-9 unit arrived
“EarthCam is the next level up,” he said, lapse video of the project. The current time- and conducted a search of the wooded
noting that resident-interest helped drive line calls for the extension’s completion in area, finding a purse that landed in the
the decision to have the engineering com- the fall of 2019. tree line. Officers believe the purse is
pany, Target Engineering Group LLC, bring what the teen threw from his bike.
in EarthCam. Mayor Oravec said the City Council
agreed to incorporate EarthCam due to the Investigators found a driver’s license
The camera and live-feed service is ex- high level of public interest in the project as in the purse and made contact with the
pected to cost Port St. Lucie an additional well as the city’s desire to have its construc- owner. The woman confirmed her purse
$48,400 and has been tacked on to the now- tion chronicled. had been taken from her car, which was
$9 million contract with Target Engineer- parked in her driveway in the 9000 block
ing Group, according to city records. In the “We have a duty to history,” he said. of SW Chadwick Drive.
event construction is completed sooner Whether the city will engage EarthCam
than scheduled and the camera’s use is dis- on future projects remains to be seen. The The teen faces a charge of burglary of a
continued earlier than anticipated, the city mayor said that it will depend on the final vehicle and possession of burglary tools.
would pay less. product and the level of demand from citi- He was taken to the Juvenile Detention
zens whether the cost is justified. Center.
“Adding EarthCam allows residents to get The Crosstown Parkway Extension will
a bird’s-eye view of this historic construction connect drivers from Crosstown at Manth The Police Department is continuing
project,” said Port St. Lucie City Manager Lane across Floresta Drive and the North its investigation. Those whose vehicles
Russ Blackburn in a statement released by Fork to U.S. 1 at Village Green Drive. might have been burglarized in the areas
the city. More than 12 years ago, the city’s vot- of SW Acco Road, SW Chadwick Drive or
ers overwhelmingly approved a special tax the Tradition Target are encouraged to
“The Crosstown Parkway Extension Proj- they would be assessed in order to fund the call Port St. Lucie Police Detective Brian
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Low-dose aspirin may cut breast cancer risk by a fifth

BY MARIA CANFIELD | Correspondent “this study adds to the continually grow- cancer is likely due to the fact that it is a Dr. Georgia Shapiro.
ing body of research on the role of low- weak “aromatase inhibitor.” Aromatase
A new study suggests that taking low- dose aspirin role as a preventative for inhibitors, such as Arimidex, are treat- PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE
dose aspirin at least three times a week certain types of disease.” ment options for “hormone-positive”
may reduce the risk of breast cancer by breast cancers. She adds, “the anti-in-
up to 20 percent. While previous research had suggest- flammatory properties of aspirin may
ed there may be a link between frequent also play a significant role in its preven-
In the study, researchers analyzed in- regular-dose aspirin use and a lower risk tative nature, as chronic inflammation
formation from more than 57,000 wom- of breast cancer overall, this is the first is considered a possible factor leading to
en, participants in an ongoing study study to focus on the effects of baby as- cancer development.”
monitoring the health of California ed- pirin on specific breast cancer subtypes.
ucators. The women completed ques- For HR-positive and HER2-negative Each year in the United States, more
tionnaires in 2005 outlining their use of breast cancers, the risk reduction associ- than 300,000 women receive a
aspirin and other non-steroidal anti-in- ated with the regular use of baby aspirin breast cancer diagnosis. Surgery,
flammatory drugs (NSAIDs). was 20 percent (compared to 16 percent radiation, chemotherapy and
for all types combined). This is a signif- hormone therapy – sometimes
The research team is from City of Hope icant finding, as the majority of women in combination – have long been
Beckman Research Institute in Mon- diagnosed with breast cancer have ei- treatment mainstays, but on-
rovia, California. In 2013, eight years ther the HR-positive or HER2-negative going research has resulted in
after the participants submitted their subtype. the development of even more
questionnaires, the team determined approaches. Doctors are often
that women who took a low-dose “baby” The results were reported in the jour- able to tailor treatments to the
aspirin (81 milligrams) at least three nal Breast Cancer Research and, accord- individual woman, prescrib-
times each week were 16 percent less ing to the researchers, remained viable ing specific medicines for
likely to develop any breast cancer and even after accounting for other possible their specific type of breast
20 percent less likely to develop the most factors, such as a family history of breast cancer.
common breast cancers, compared to cancer. Striking a note of caution, the re-
women who took a baby aspirin less fre- searchers stress that further studies are One newer approach, called
quently, or not at all. needed before firm recommendations “targeted treatments,” focus-
can be made about the use of baby aspi- es on specific molecules and
Dr. Georgia Daniela Shapiro, a Trea- rin to reduce the risk of breast cancer. cell mechanisms thought to
sure Coast oncologist, is familiar with be important for cancer cell
the study and the concept that low-dose Dr. Shapiro says the potential risk-low-
aspirin has a potential impact on the ering effect of low-dose aspirin on breast CONTINUED ON PAGE A15
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LOW-DOSE ASPIRIN cer. (The guidelines come with some ca-
veats: the aspirin-taker should have a 10
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A12 percent or greater risk of developing car-
diovascular disease in the next 10 years,
survival and growth. Targeted treat- have a life expectancy of at least 10 years,
ments are meant to spare healthy tissues and not be a high risk for internal bleed-
and cause less severe side effects than ing.)
chemotherapy. A number of targeted
treatments have been approved by the Dr. Shapiro cautions that aspirin, even
FDA for specific breast cancer subtypes. at a low dose, is not without risk, and
that individuals should speak with their
As is widely known, low-dose aspi- physician about their specific health sit-
rin has long been associated with other uation to determine if low-dose aspirin
health benefits. The most recent govern- might be beneficial for them.
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It’s in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood ances and an air-conditioning unit. It also
near Crosstown Parkway and Southwest

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that is fenced and includes a private in- It has a closet and a bathroom with dual Made in the U.S.A. $329sq. ft. Installed
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The living room is the perfect escape for Kitchen 18x18 Porcelain
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the ultimate tropical vacation. utility room. INSTALLED
Reg. $3.99 Sq. Ft. Includes
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Thin Setting Grout
FEATURES FOR 1810 SW JANETTE AVENUE & Rip out of Old Carpet

Year built: 1991 ESFTRIMEEATES Complete, Bath Shop at
Construction: Remodeling Home
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Additional features: 42’’ cabinetry in kitchen, custom oversized
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Listing brokerage: Lang Realty PSL Office Visit our Showroom in
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Listing price: $319,000 398-1320
201-1888 Cell 409-4117

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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

A less-than-frenetic week on the area real estate market saw 10 single-family residences and lots sold
from July 17-21.
The top sale of the week in Port St. Lucie was the home at 413 NW Shoreview Drive. First listed in March
for $389,000, this 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2,545-square-foot house fetched $360,000 on July 21.
The next-best sale was the residence at 11997 SW Bennington Circle. Originally put on the market in
May for $319,900, the 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 2,744-square-foot home sold for $310,000 on July 17.

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS
ORIGINAL SELLING
PRICE
TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD
$360,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 413 NW SHOREVIEW DRIVE 3/20/2017 $389,000 7/21/2017 $310,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11997 SW BENNINGTON CIRCLE 5/5/2017 $319,900 7/17/2017 $265,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 7204 MAIDSTONE DRIVE 9/27/2016 $279,000 7/20/2017 $244,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 322 NW SOMERSET CIRCLE 2/7/2017 $259,900 7/20/2017 $239,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 884 SW MUNJACK CIRCLE 3/30/2017 $239,000 7/21/2017 $209,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5137 NW WISK FERN CIRCLE 4/5/2017 $239,000 7/19/2017 $193,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 576 SW INDIAN KEY DRIVE 12/14/2016 $205,000 7/17/2017 $182,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 860 SW ROCKY BAYOU TERRACE 2/23/2017 $189,900 7/17/2017 $150,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1105 NW LOMBARDY DRIVE 6/12/2017 $155,000 7/21/2017 $127,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10480 SW STEPHANIE WAY UNIT 3202 4/14/2017 $139,900 7/17/2017

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HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOP RECENT TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

11997 SW Bennington Circle, Port Saint Lucie 7204 Maidstone Drive, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 5/5/2017 Listing Date: 9/27/2016
Original Price: $319,900 Original Price: $279,000
Sold: 7/17/2017 Sold: 7/20/2017
Selling Price: $310,000 Selling Price: $265,000
Listing Agent: Cesar Trujillo Listing Agent: Nicole Larae Rymer

Selling Agent: Keller Williams Realty Selling Agent: The Keyes Company

Cesar Trujillo Brittany Huff

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322 NW Somerset Circle, Port Saint Lucie 884 SW Munjack Circle, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 2/7/2017 Listing Date: 3/30/2017
Original Price: $259,900 Original Price: $239,000
Sold: 7/20/2017 Sold: 7/21/2017
Selling Price: $244,000 Selling Price: $239,000
Listing Agent: Diane Taylor Mudd Listing Agent: Joseph Henry McDuffee

Selling Agent: M & D Realty Selling Agent: Lang Realty

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 19 The square feet for the inside of the home
is 1,928, while the total square feet for the
The second bathroom, toward the back inside and outside is 3,749, Lendl said. The
of the home, has a door that leads to the pa- home has a double lot; the house itself and
tio. The utility room, toward the front of the the backyard each sit on a quarter-acre lot.
home, has a door that leads to the two-car
garage. The backyard is fenced off and is the per-
fect place for outdoor family activities. It also
Panel shutters are inside the home for has a shed with electricity, Lendl said. 
emergencies during hurricane season.

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Linda MacCormack  772-812-0469 Kay Rodriguez 772-486-2126 Isabelle Lendl 772-713-3221; Elise Danielian 772-418-2992 Moira Feely Rekus 772-626-7812; Valerie Juno 772-2149404
RX-10351133 New Listing! $589,900 RX-10309357 $599,000 RX-10348955 $319,000 RX-10324506 $269,000

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RX-10283918 $220,000 RX-10331665 $279,499 RX-10319975 $307,000 RX-10325613 $255,900

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RX-10334039  $324,000 RX-10347895     $309,000 RX-10351137 New Listing! $152,500 RX-10343086 Just Reduced! $320,000

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Elise Danielian 772-418-2992; Isabelle Lendl 772-713-3221 Joe McDuffee 772-529-5245 Donna Finley 772-985-3830; Damaris Alamo 772-631-7887 Chris Chapdelaine 772-529-3748
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OUTSTANDING GOLF and WATER VIEWS! UPGRADED “MOVE IN” READY HOME!
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A St. Andrews floorplan with 3BDs,2.5BAs and a 2+ side load garage. Stunning screened your covered and screened lanai! Other than kitchen and baths,all new wood patterned
rock waterfall pool and spa with interior landscaping. A covered side lanai with extended tile floors and fresh interior paint throughout including the garage! The eat-in kitchen
automatic awning plus electronic rainguard privacy blinds. Electronic hurricane shutters! boasts all new stainless steel appliances and the laundry room offers brand new washer
Formal dining room w/builtin server open to large great room. kitchen w/granite, walkin and dryer. Large lot well landscaped. PGA Village offers a clubhouse membership
pantry and designated dry bar w/wine cooler. Wired for sound outside and in great room. with property ownership. Amenities include pool,tennis, gym, basketball,
billiards and much more!
Crown molding throughout, diagonal tile floors, plantations shutters. Dual zoned
heating/AC. Large master suite. Private office/den off foyer entry. Great curb appeal! 7230 marsh terrace
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PVGILALAGE $309,900 PGA VVEILRLAANGOE $324,900

PREMIUM CORNER LOT PLUS LAKE VIEWS! SHOWS LIKE A MODEL HOME!

Beautiful corner lot on the lake! Walk to the Island Club! A true 3BD,2BA Mid-Ocean A beautiful BELLA floorplan barely lived in with all the right upgrades! Offering 2BDs,
floorplan and move in ready! Exterior painted in 2016! NEW 30 gallon water tank, 2BAs plus and office den with double doors. Step up to brick paver front porch and enter
through custom impact glass decorative doors into the foyer. An open concept awaits you
NEW stainless refrigerator,microwave, range, sink,garbage disposal and sink fixtures! with large eat in kitchen, upgraded appliances, custom cabinetry,granite counters, a cook’s
2017 NEW carpeting with upgraded padding. Roof underlay w/NEW plywood as needed and pleasure! A master suite w/large bath boasting seamless glass shower and custom closets.
resecured tiles. Dryer vent cleaned from roof to laundry. Enjoy the lake views from your
Large great room with crown molding, plantation shutters and glass sliders to a
covered/screened lanai. Room for a pool but take the short walk to the Island Club covered screened lanai w/sunset views over the water!
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$37,933,191
Atlantic Realty
Shores Realty $20,881,409
$13,481,400
REMAX 100 Keller Coldwell
Riverside Inc. Williams Banker/
$11,892,461 Realty Thos J
$10,822,430
White
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Sales Volume from Jan. 1, 2017 thur June 30, 2017

All reports published July, 2017 from data available at the end of
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that’s what we love.” The tour in-
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Waltz to the Maltz to grab tickets for top-tier Limited Engagement acts

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer artists and the choir from the Goldner a tear, because they’ll probably sing Ten-time Tony
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Tommy Tune
Hard as it is to believe, the season For a different kind of Christmas Beach Party Boys recreate the look
will soon be upon us, and theaters are special, come to “A Motown Christ- and harmonies of the Beach Boys comes to
already getting to close to sell-outs for mas” on Dec. 22. The Motowners band March 19 at 7:30. You’ll be dancing in the Maltz
shows that won’t happen for months. presents music from the Temptations, the aisles to songs that have a lot of
To make sure you get your tickets to Four Tops, Supremes and more. memories with them. Jupiter
the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s Limited Theatre
Engagement shows, they are making What would New Year’s Eve be with- Another great band of the 1960s, the on Nov. 18.
them available now, and now is a good out the Capitol Steps? Skewering the Beatles, is paid tribute by BRITBEAT.
time to get the seats you want. powerful and puffed up politicians of They comes to town March 28. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANCO LACOSTA
both parties has been their stock-in-
If you’re a holiday planner, think trade for more than 30 years. Join them Yet another great band with great
great gifts. for two shows Dec. 31. memories, Frankie Valli and the Four
Seasons, is recalled April 6.
The theater will presents its Fifth “Simply Streisand” on Jan 15, fea-
Annual Tony Award Winner Series with tures Carla Del Villaggio performing Dueling Pianos, a request-driven
Tommy Tune Nov. 18. Tune has won the many Streisand songs that have sing- and dance-along, will be pre-
10 – yes, 10 – Tony Awards in a career been standards for decades. sented April 13 at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Be
spanning more than 50 years, and he prepared for anything. The show has
will tap, sing and tell stories of his ca- “ARRIVAL From Sweden, The Mu- adult content.
reer as a performer and choreographer sic of ABBA,” comes to town Jan. 22. A
on Broadway. show at 5 p.m. has been added to the The Limited Engagement series
7:30 show; if this is your music, then ends April 14 with Comedy at the Club
Following performances of Main Mammia Mia, get your tickets fast! Level.
Stage productions’ “Disney’s News-
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Cabaret presentation with the chance The drama will be presented Feb. 21. great gifts to others or yourself.
to get up close and personal with the
cast and crew. “The Long Run,” a tribute to the Ea- The Maltz Jupiter Theatre, 1001 E.
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Lyric fundraiser attracts JessLee for rare local performance

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer “I think it was (my video) ‘Burn,’” she JessLee. PHOTO COURTESY OF MELISSA CRABLE PHOTOGRAPHY Dixie Roadhouse and it’s open to the
[email protected] said. “It’s been getting passed around public. It’s a really awesome music vid-
so much. Brian Collins’ manager veterans, I’m opening for Colton James. eo and a really cool new song.”
A recent story on Treasure Coast reached out. He was touring and want- Brian Collins has a huge festival in the
singer/songwriter JessLee focused on ed an artist from this area on the bill Carolinas. I’m really excited about Aug. JessLee is thrilled at the turn her ca-
her nomination for a Hollywood Mu- opening for him. He said, ‘We see you 12, filming my new video. It’s at the reer has taken, but she never takes it
sic in Media Award. While she won’t to be a growing artist, we saw ‘Burn’ for granted.
travel to Hollywood until November to and we like your stuff. We want you to
walk the red carpet, she has not been do a gig with us.’” “Life’s been really good,” she said.
idle. Local residents will have a chance “I’m glad I’ve put out products people
to hear her Sept. 9 at a fundraiser for The singer said she’s excited to help enjoy. You have to go with your heart. I
M.E.’s Team at Stuart’s Lyric Theatre M.E.’s Team, an organization begun by love what I’m doing, I write with pas-
as a special guest of country star Brian pitcher Scott Proctor and his wife Car- sion and I think people realize that. I
Collins. rie after their daughter Mary Elizabeth, hope I can keep doing that for people.”
or M.E, was born with a heart defect
JessLee spends much of her time that required special and expensive She still has the Hollywood Music
in Nashville and she’s been recording treatment. The Proctors realized the in Media Award and the red carpet to
and performing there. She’s been on need for help for parents without their walk. I asked her if she had decided on
local television in Tennessee and will resources when they had a child who her Plus One for the event.
sing the national anthem Aug. 15 at needed extra care.
Marlins Park in Miami. She has several “I haven’t decided if I’m going to
fundraisers for the Wounded Veterans “I’m excited to help,” JessLee said. have arm candy,” she said with a laugh.
Relief Fund, and on Aug. 12 she will “We want to fill the Lyric with his “I write ‘boy bash’ songs. I’m not sure
film her next music video at the Dixie fans and my fans. It’s a great cause and I’m allowed to have arm candy.”
Roadhouse in Cape Coral, Florida. The I hope it raises a lot of money.”
newest single will be released just be- Until the concert, JessLee will re- Brian Collins, with special guests Levi
fore she goes to Hollywood. main busy. Lowrey and JessLee, will perform at the
“My name is growing and I’m being Lyric Theatre, 59 SW Flagler Ave., Stu-
JessLee called from Nashville, where asked to do really cool stuff,” she said. art, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. It is a fundraiser for
she was recording, to talk about the “At the Bonita Blast Fishing Tourna- M.E.’s Team, an organization that helps
concert and how she came to perform ment After Party, to raise money for local children in need. Tickets are $35-
with Brian Collins. $50. Call 772-286-7827 or visit www.
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FOR SUMMER CHILLS, A DOUBLE DOSE OF ‘HITCH’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer al photographer, played by Stew- few days, escalating attacks by birds
[email protected] art, who has a broken leg. The rear of all kinds terrorize the town. Re-

I am not a fan of big, black birds, and I trace it to a window of his New York apartment search suggests that Hitchcock was

television airing of Hitchcock’s “The Birds” when I was looks onto a courtyard and oth- influenced not only by Du Maurier’s

a child. Hitchcock had the ability to terrify people in er apartments, and during a heat story, but by a 1961 event in a town

a variety of ways. There are probably people who saw wave, he watches his neighbors in California where birds slammed

“Psycho” and won’t take a shower. through open windows. He gives rooftops and died in the streets.

Now Stuart’s Lyric Theatre has paired two of Hitch- many of his neighbors names for Some kind of poisoning was given

cock’s best-known works, “The Birds” and “Rear Win- the way they look and act. His re- as the explanation.

dow,” in a free double-feature Aug. 5-6. On the 5th, cuperation is broken up by visits The film, which classically builds

“Rear Window” will be shown at 3 p.m. and “The Birds” from his girlfriend, a sophisticated the suspense from light-heartedness
at 7. On Aug. 6, “The Birds” will be shown at 2 p.m. and socialite played by Grace Kelly, a fa- PHOTO COURTESY WASHINGTON POST to terror, received critical acclaim. It

“Rear Window” at 5. In each case, you’ll get out before vorite of Hitchcock. During a thunderstorm, the pho- was screened at the Cannes Film Festival and Disney

dark, a factor after a seeing a Hitchcock film. tographer hears screams and broken glass and later is Studios animator/technician UB Iwerks was nominat-

The two films were made almost a decade apart, with convinced that one of his neighbors, played by Ray- ed for an Academy Award for Best Special Effects. The

“Rear Window” in 1954 and “The mond Burr, has murdered his wife. film won the Horror Hall of Fame Award in 1991.

Birds” in 1963. “Rear Window” Since watching and imagining what one’s neighbors For Kia Fontaine, executive director of the Lyric,

was based on a short sto- are doing is a universal pastime, Hitchcock’s study of these two films are part of a life-long love affair.

ry by Cornell Woolrich voyeurism and just plain nosy-parkering draws in the “Hitchcock is one of my all-time favorite directors

called “It Had to Be audience as it does the photographer. and producers,” she said. “I grew up watching all of his

Murder.” The film “The Birds,” from 1963, is a horror-thriller film loose- films with my mother in our living room. Whether this

starred James Stewart, Grace Kel- ly based on a Daphne du Maurier story, also called is your first or hundredth time watching one of these

ly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter and “The Birds.” Du Maurier knew something about creat- classics, to be able to see a Hitchcock thriller on the

Raymond Burr. It was ranked No. 42 on ing atmosphere, but the plot was expanded. The film large screen, in a historic theatre is the best way to ex-

the American Film Institute’s list of “100 involves unexplained, sudden and violent attacks by perience the ‘Master of Suspense’ and his use of point

Years … 100 Movies” and was nominated birds in a town in California. It starred Rod Taylor, Tip- of view and strong visuals.”

for four Academy Awards. It was also added pi Hedren as the requisite cool blonde, Jessica Tandy, Be prepared to be scared.

to the United States National Film Registry in Suzanne Pleshette and Angela Cartwright. It too, was The Lyric Theatre, 59 SW Flagler Ave, Stuart, presents

the Library of Congress for being “culturally, his- selected for the National Film Registry. “Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds and “Rear Window” Aug.

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TREASURE COAST’S ROBERT McCALL
FOCUSES ON FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY

BY ELLEN FISCHER | Columnist use, it was simpler and cheaper to process

Robert McCall will tell you right away than Kodachrome, the superior color and

that he does not do weddings, portraits or longevity of which were immortalized in

commissions. Paul Simon’s 1973 ode to the jaded remi-

“I didn’t have to sell out,” he says. “I niscences of young adulthood.

could make money other ways.” “It wasn’t until I started shooting in the

Before he settled on hanging wallpaper Army that I realized what Kodachrome

for a living, he tried making money with was,” McCall says.

his camera. For a couple years he took Shooting film, that is.

photos that were made into wall murals. His life took a turn in 1965 when McCall

He co-founded a fashion photography got a letter from the draft board requiring

business. And he worked undercover for him to report for a physical, after which he

a law firm before realizing that he “wasn’t immediately registered for college at the

very good at taking photographs of stuff I University of Minnesota. He was granted

didn’t like to photograph.” a deferment.

That, he said, was

when he decided to

concentrate solely on

“fine art” photography.

Although he has

never made a living

from his photography,

his work in the medi-

um is much more than

an avocation. For near-

ly 50 years McCall has

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as a diary, but also as a

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but didn’t feel the pho-

tography bug’s bite un-

til he was in his mid-teens. That their only child was furthering his

That was in the early 1960s, when his education made his parents happy; Mc-

dad, Robert Sr., purchased an Olym- Call, who chose school over soldiering,

pus-Pen half-frame camera for his own was of a different mind.

use and allowed his son to experiment “I didn’t like school. Didn’t like it since

with it. Small and easy to carry around, it third grade.”

was perfect for a young man just starting His college career kept McCall out of

to taste the freedoms – and responsibilities the Army for only a couple years. When he

– of adulthood. withdrew from a class that he was failing,

“I remember taking photographs with it his credit load fell below the 12 hours re-

and trying to have some meaning to it,” he quired for his deferment.

says. “I ended up in the service on April 15,

His first attempt at creating a mean- 1969. The April draft in 1969 was the larg-

ingful composition was a still life of a pop est draft ever.”

bottle. He still has a print of that one. At It was also the year McCall began to con-

the time he was a college student working sider himself a professional photographer.

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�lic�ork � .. “It was in Ektachrome,” he says, refer- McCall began his photo career as a lab

ring to a type of color transparency film, technician at Fort McArthur in San Pedro,

the kind used for slides. Made for amateur CONTINUED ON PAGE B8

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Bonz says Caly is a little this … and ALL that!

“This is Buddy,” Caly said. SNACKS. She even rubbed my
tummy.
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good. BUDDY!” she said loud- “But, by the time Mommy
ly, “THIS is Mr. BONzo, from and Daddy decided to adopt
the NEWSpaper. He’s doin’ an me, I had already been spo-
ken for. I was just about to
This week I yapped with a sweet little INNERview with us.” plot my escape when that deal
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Family.
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Caly lives in Sebastian with her human YOUNG FELLA?” my Daddy an we all got along
right away. We’re a calm, qui-
Mom an Dad, Chrissy and Rob, an her ad- Caly got real close to Bud- et kinda family. I caught on to
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opted brother Buddy, who’s also a rescue. dy’s ear, an explained again. Mommy and Daddy tell their
frens they CAN teach an old
Caly’s a mix of probly some kinda spaniel, a “WELL, HELLO THERE, dog new tricks an, for some
reason, everybody laughs. (I
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She’s short and tidy, white hair with some “I DON’T DO THE WAG-N- “That’s a great story, Miss
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it. She trotted right up for the Wag-an-Sniff, off. Caly. “I follow Mommy everywhere so I don’t
miss Whatever’s Next. Then, when Daddy
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“Well, you look lovely, Miss Caly,” I told her. “Chester?” I asked, looking around. Much. But he had a real good life since he “What’s your favorite food?” I inquired.
“I’m not picky at all. I only have 10 teeth,
We were already sittin’ when an older pooch With a little sniffle, Caly said, “Chester got rescued. Mommy and Daddy got him so it’s gotta be soft. My favorite food is
Green Beans. There’s nothing like a good
with a real sharp cocoa-colored coat slowly was a wonnerful brother. A Chow/Akita. A and Buddy when they were livin’ in Con- Green Bean, I say. Sometimes I even sneak
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ROBERT McCALL Nordahl, became a life-long friend. (Nor- only about 30 showed up. Nevertheless, Gallery in northeast Minneapolis. A solo
dahl later became pop star Michael Jack- the show remained on display for a month, show of McCall’s work was held at the
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B6 son’s personal portrait painter.) during which time several prints were sold Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson, Wis-
from it. consin.
California. He soon graduated from devel- A 1972 photo by McCall shows a wild-
oping film and “souping” prints, to being haired Nordahl with a skeptical gleam in At that time McCall was photograph- In 1973 McCall’s parents had moved
given a camera and told to “go out and take his eye, standing with his girlfriend in front ing the South Dakota landscape as well as to the Lakewood Park area of Fort Pierce,
whatever you want” to learn how to use it. of a gigantic earth-moving machine. The landscapes in northern Minnesota near where his father, who had taken up pottery
picture fairly sums up what young adults Lake Superior. When he found a darkroom as a hobby, soon began making a name for
McCall ended up taking photos of cere- in the Midwest looked like and did for fun he could borrow or rent, he printed his himself with his talent. After his father died
monies, Army basketball games and head back in the day. black-and-white images himself. When he in 1993, McCall’s mother gradually came to
shots of the brass. He was never sent over- couldn’t, he kept on shooting roll film. rely on her son’s help for day-to-day living.
seas; his orders for Vietnam were discov- A couple years later McCall worked She died in 2009.
ered behind a file cabinet in the personnel with a designer to create window displays In 1998, McCall’s first solo show in Vero
office when McCall was four months away for “the largest wallpaper company in St. Beach inaugurated a Royal Palm Pointe In her declining years, Lois McCall was
from his discharge date. Paul.” He eventually took up the paper gallery owned by photographer David the subject of some of McCall’s most com-
hanger’s brush himself to work as an in- Bazinet. In more recent years McCall has pelling photographs.
“The guy from the office said, ‘Don’t dependent contractor – first in Minnesota exhibited in the Vero Beach Art Club’s an-
worry about it. You’ve got less than a year and, after his move here in 1989, in Vero nual Art by the Sea Exhibition at the Vero In one of these, she is ensconced in a
left; you can’t go. We took care of it,’” Mc- Beach. Beach Museum of Art. The museum’s wicker armchair and peers quizzically at
Call says. then-director Lucinda Gedeon bought one us over the top of her sunglasses.
In January 1982 McCall had his first solo of McCall’s ocean abstracts from the show
After his discharge, he returned to Min- photography show in Minneapolis, in a in 2007. No matter how personal the subject,
nesota where he worked for a company restaurant in the Hennepin Center for the McCall has one unalterable rule.
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AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY EARNS DYER DIFFERENCE RECOGNITION

The three words no one ever wants to hear Society in St. Lucie and Indian River counties,
from her health care professional are, “You have
cancer.” respectively.

And while those three words used to be akin In addition to groundbreaking research, the
to a death sentence, that is no longer the case,
with more and more people surviving cancer American Cancer Society provides services and
and celebrating more birthdays. The mission of
the American Cancer Society is to save lives, cel- education for those affected by cancer, with an
ebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without
cancer. increase of 21 percent of patients in need of as-

The organization’s dedication to research, ed- sistance on the Treasure Coast from 2015 to 2016.
ucation, serving and assisting individuals and
families touched by cancer inspired the staff at Nearly 600 patients received assistance from sup-
Dyer Chevrolet in Fort Pierce and Dyer Chevrolet
Mazda Subaru in Vero Beach to present the July port care programs in 2016, with many patients
Dyer Difference Award to the American Cancer
sharing that the support they received helped

them beat the disease and become cancer survi-

vors.

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The July Dyer Difference Award for St. Lucie County recognizes the American Cancer Society. From zation for the Dyer Difference Award, please visit
left: Shannon Kinnet, Joseph Noach, Donna Squires and Jayden Jacobs, Flo Gagliardo, Denise Averill
(chair), Jonathan Holmes, Tim Ditullio, Ilena Luts and Theresa Woodson. www.dyerdifference.org or find Dyer Difference on

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AUGUST SafeSpace installs 4 members to board of directors

1-31 Kindred’s 13th Annual Food Last month, four new members were “We are thrilled to have these dedicated
Drive. Staff members from Kin- inducted to SafeSpace’s board of directors
dred at Home will be blanketing the Treasure at its annual board installation dinner at community members join our SafeSpace
Coast area throughout August, distributing food the Santa Lucia Golf Club at Ballantrae.
collection bags and gathering donations for the The incoming directors are motivated and team, and we are confident that their lead-
Treasure Coast Food Bank, one of many benefac- ready to prove their commitment to raising
tors of Kindred’s 13th Annual Food Drive. Food awareness for SafeSpace’s mission to end ership and support will help us continue to
collection bags will be placed at healthcare and domestic violence. Attorney Jason Berger, a
other facilities in their respective communities former SafeSpace board member, served as save and change the many lives affected by
and will collect their “harvest” during the entire the installation officer at this event.
month of August. To learn more about Kindred domestic violence,” shared SafeSpace CEO,
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772-223-2116. ham; Natalie Desmangles; Captain John Jill Borowicz.
Perez; and · Nancy Wong.
2 2017 Teen Summit. Hosted by the Boys For more information about SafeSpace,
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will learn about: Your Personal Brand, Adulting, John Perez, Natalie Desmangles and Nancy Wong.
Career Readiness, Reality Check and Financial Aid
& Scholarships. To find out more, please visit bg- St. Lucie County Republican Party paints the town red
cofslc.org or call 772-460-9918.
The St Lucie County Republican Par- and garnered more than a few “oorahs” “Your
4 Summer Splash Party. The St. Lucie Coun- ty held its annual Lincoln Day Dinner at from some former veterans in the room. Full-Service
ty’s Parks and Recreation Department is the St. Lucie Trails Country Club on July
hosting a free pool party with an End of the Sum- 15. The dinners, held around the country, That the event took place at all is a testa- Salon”
mer Splash. All ages are encouraged to join us for are usually the primary source of income ment to the new chairman of the Republi-
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man Brian Mast, who gave a rousing key- who became chair in January, took bold
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busy mollusk? 5 Zip, nada, goose 77 Klinger portrayer
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8 ___ down 76 Desecrated egg 82 “If I ___ Rich Man”
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(inverted) black ...” (G.K. 7 Free, as a hand
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style 98 Last stop for 14 Ricky’s term for stuck
27 Simone’s sea downtrodden 99 Put down, as a
29 Nevada city mollusks? Ozzie riot
30 Lou Grant’s 100 Rukeyser’s old 15 Personal plus 100 Watch spots
“Happy series: abbr. 16 Sampling of 101 Soap, for example
Homemaker,” 102 Toast heard at a 103 Draw off
___ Nivens kosher mollusk mollusk opinion? 104 Female fox
32 1989 film, wedding? 17 Loquacious one 108 Ms. Lauder
___-Devil 105 Diminutive suffix 18 Military building 111 Scratch, for
34 Horse tender at 106 Pink Scrabble 20 ___ acids example
an inn square: abbr. 23 Oat bristle 112 Shivering dish
36 Joan, to John 107 Prepare leftovers 28 Director Nicolas 115 Sicilian spewer
Cusack 109 See 69 Across 31 Authorities on the 116 Olympic sled
39 Clinic VIPs 110 Ferdinand wed 117 Stub ___
40 Have some her field 119 Ici, in Indiana
brewskis at a 113 Tees off 32 Helmet adjunct 120 Interstate across
mollusk bar? 114 Calendar abbr. 33 Ho’s the
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seat on Mollusk 118 Use UPS 35 Trade attention-getter
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48 Other, to Orozco bottom 37 Cold storage bottles: abbr.
49 Let out ___ 124 Mollusk’s favorite 38 Gladiator wound 125 Last page
(show shock) sci-fi series? 41 Rum drinker’s 126 Americas alliance:
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Sweetest Music 129 Stop sign plus 42 Sault ___ Marie familiarly
This Side ___” one? 43 Rear-end features
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loading,” e.g. co-star, often
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67 Warning shout 2 “I didn’t know I 54 Participants
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from a plane home 64 Refreshing spot
72 Fashion item for 65 Czech Republic
city
66 Explosive
68 Brit. award
69 Like two peas in
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71 Mollusk signoff?
73 Japanese religion
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and in pairs? The defenders start with three rounds of diamonds. Dealer: North; Vulnerable: Neither

The auction was straightforward. Note that South should have at least five hearts for The Bidding:
his jump to game because North might have raised with only three-card support and a
singleton spade. SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST OPENING
1 Clubs Pass
When South’s only concern is making the contract, he can afford one trump loser, but 1 Hearts Pass 2 Hearts Pass LEAD:
not two. Then the correct play is to cash the ace first. If nothing good happens, declarer 4 Hearts Pass Pass Pass 4 Diamonds
crosses to the board and leads toward his queen. He will succeed whenever it is possible.

However, if an overtrick is desired, South should take the heart finesse. A priori, East will
have a doubleton king some 20 percent of the time, and the chance that West will hold a
singleton king (when finessing costs the contract) is only 6.25 percent. But if declarer’s
queen does lose to the singleton king, and he goes down one, it helps to be sitting
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