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PAUSE AND SMELL A ROSE


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Vero Beach residents Emma Farmer, 2, right, smells a rose held by her aunt, Jill Pitts,
during the sixth annual GardenFest, sponsored by the Garden Club of Indian River
County, in Riverside Park last Saturday.


FRIDAY, February 9, 2007


Candidates launch


campaigns more


than a year early


BY WARREN KAGARISE
StaffWriter
Almost two years before
campaign signs sprout in
front yards, the county's
political calendar has
shifted. Campaign season
has come early this year.
Though more than 600
days separate today from
Election Day 2008, three
candidates have entered
countywide races.
Two more indicated last
month that they plan to


run next year.
Entering the race early
allows the candidates to
open campaign accounts,
begin marshaling funds,
gathering signatures and
lining up supporters, long
before the first voters
stream to the polls.
Both Supervisor of Elec-
tions Kay Clem and Cathy
Hart, her chief deputy, said
the shift is a break from
past elections.

I See ELECTIONS, A9


Three men arrested

in flap over robin hunt


BY WARREN KAGARISE
StaffWriter
VERO BEACH Instead
of the nursery rhyme's
"four and twenty black-
birds baked into a pie," it
was a case of 80 red-
breasted robins made into
a stew.
Three Vero Beach men
were arrested Jan. 29 for
shooting red-breasted
robins, killing the birds
with BB and pellet guns
and using the flesh to con-
coct robin stew.
The men told a sheriff's
deputy they had killed
about 80 of the songbirds.
The men were each


charged with illegal pos-
session and taking of
wildlife.
Leyford Brown, 19, of
3968 Lincoln Drive; Deon
Phillips, 24, of 4531 38th
SCourt; and, Brandon
Schofield, 20, of 3966 Lin-
coln Drive were released
from the county jail, each
on a $500 bond.
The charges against
them are misdemeanors,
punishable by up to 60
days in jail and $500 fines.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
officials will also investi-
gate the case and deter-


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Television host supports Salvation Army


A REVERSING TREND
Vero Beach High
School girl's softball D 1
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Tips to
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Geraldine
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Gemldine
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index
Calendar .................................. C5
Classified .............................. D
Crossword ............................. D7
Deaths .................................... B5
Dining Guide ........................ C5
Horoscopes ............................ B
Lifestyle .................................. 1
Police Report ....................... A5
Sports ...................................D... D
Travel ........................................ C2
Viewpoint .......................... ...... A6


BY JAY MEISEL
Associate managing editor
VERO BEACH- JohnWalsh, host
of 'America's Most Wanted,"
recalled last week some of the
bleakest days in New Orleans fol-
lowing Hurricane Katrina.
At a time when looters and gangs
ravaged the city and the Federal
Emergency Management Agency
was nowhere to be found, Mr.
Walsh noticed during a trip there
that Salvation Army members were
on hand to help.
"The only people who showed up
to do something positive was the
Salvation Army," he said.
Mr. Walsh, a Vero Beach resident,
was the guest speaker at a fundrais-
ing event for Salvation Army youth


programs in Indian River County.
The primary program supported
by the event is a SalvationArmy ver-
sion of the Boy and Girl scouts.
Capt. Lori Miller, who is head of
the Salvation Army in Indian River
County, said that while the program
is open to all children, many partic-
ipants have less-than-ideal home
settings.
She knew of one girl, virtually
abandoned by her parents, and two
girls who saw their father beat their
mother. The program gives hope to
the children, she said.
"What we offer is a safe place. We
offer a place where they can learn to
fill good about themselves."
Such programs help "break the
cycle of homelessness and crime,"
Capt. Miller said.
The Salvation Army program,


which also teaches children about
God, includes summer camp and
field trips.
"We're here because of people
like you," Capt. Miller told the audi-
ence.
Elaine McNeal, a Salvation Army
Youth Benefit Committee member,
said the field trips have included
treks to the UDT Navy SEAL Muse-
um and Busch Gardens.
Children involved in the program
performed a Christmas cantata at
the Sunrise Theatre and baked
cookies for Indian River County
firefighters, Ms. McNeal said.
Mr. Walsh praised the Salvation
Army for such programs. He also
said that the Indian River County
Sheriff's Office has been proactive
I See WALSH, A10


Staff photo by Jay Meisel
John Walsh, host of America's Most
Wanted, praised the Salvation
Army during an event to raise
money for its youth programs.


Sculptures dance I ...


as museum


unveils new park


BY WARREN KAGARISE
StaffWriter
VERO BEACH A sky
the color of brushed alu-
minum matched the
stainless steel of George
Rickey's sculptures.
Gusts swept over them,
setting them bobbing,
swaying and nodding in
the westerly breeze.
Clouds, threatening
rain, withheld their first
drops until Alice Beck-
with snipped a ribbon,
opening the new park
that carries her and her
husband's name.


The sculptures, a for-
est of angular shapes
and hypnotic motion,
formed the opening
exhibition for the Vero
Beach Museum of Art's
new Alice and Jim Beck-
with Sculpture Park,
which opened Feb. 1.
"Can you believe this?"
said Paul Becker, chair-
man of the museum's
board of trustees. "Can
you believe what's here?"
Almost -six dozen of
Mr. Rickey's sculptures
are on display, some set


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Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
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amid the gently rolling
landscape of the new
sculpture park, the rest
filling an entire wing of
the museum.
Mr. Rickey, who died in
2002, pioneered kinetic
sculpture, works distin-
guished by their fluid
movements.
His sculptures will inau-
gurate the 21-year-old
museum's first outdoor
exhibition space, almost 2
acres of lush grasses and
trees funded by the Beck-
withs' donation.
The exhibition "looks
like it's made for this gar-
den," Mrs. Beckwith said,
addressing the crowd in
an icy blue suit.
"We're delighted," she
added.
Lucinda Gedeon, the
museum's executive direc-
tor and chief executive
officer, thanked the Beck-
withs for the opportunity
to transform "a totally
nondescript" stretch of
grass into a futuristic
landscape.
A month ago, the sculp-
ture park was a strip of
dirt covering the site
where the museum's
south lawn used to be.
Transforming a muddy
tract of land into an open-
air gallery was left to
teams of contractors and
landscape architects, who
spent about five. months
readying the site for its


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"Everything had to be
exact," said Robert Paugh,
director of construction
with Vero Beach's Bill
Bryant and Associates, the
contractor on the project.
"We got quite an educa-
tion" about kinetic sculp-
ture, Mr. Paugh said, as
raindrops forced the cere-
mony's 300 or so guests
into the museum.
Inside, electric fans
coaxed the sculptures into
motion.
"Four Planes Hanging
IV," a slab of shiny steel,
hung suspended from the
ceiling, drawing looks of
awe and wary glances
from spectators.
"Column of Squares," a
stainless sentinel amid
guests downing Cham-
pagne, stood at the gallery
entrance.
Half an hour later, the
rain stopped, sunlight
burst through the clouds
and the sculptures went
through their motions,
uninterrupted by it all.
Valerie Fletcher, senior
curator of modern art at
the Hirshhorn Museum
and Sculpture Garden -
part of the National
Gallery of Art in Washing-
ton said the appeal of
the sculptures is their
unexpected movement.
"Each one catches light
and moves in a very differ-
ent way," Ms. Fletcher
said.
Following the ribbon
cutting, she lectured
about Mr. Rickey's works
in the museum's auditori-


um.
With the exhibition, the
museum has gathered the
most expansive collection
of Mr. Rickey's work since
a 1979 presentation at
New York City's Guggen-
heim Museum. The Vero
Beach exhibition runs
until May 20.
His career spanned five
decades, from his early
work in the 1950s until his
death at age 95.
One of Mr. Rickey's
goals, Ms. Fletcher said,
was to cut through the
chaos of city life, sublimi-
nally encouraging pedes-
trians to slow down and
study his undulating
sculptures.
At the Smithsonian
sculpture garden, Ms.
Fletcher said Mr. Rickey's
"Cluster of Four Cubes"
draws contemplative visi-
tors who sit on the grass
and watch its calm, meas-
ured dance.
Indeed, at last Thurs-
day's opening, guests
wandered along the brick
paths of the new sculpture
park, gazing at Mr. Rick-
ey's works, serene expres-
sions on their faces and
plastic Champagne flutes
in their hands.

Admission to the Alice
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through Saturday, fromn10
a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and
on Sunday from 1 to 4:30
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Police: Martin County teacher


had sex with student


By WARREN KAGARISE
Staff Writer
STUART Shawn
Patrick Trotter, a history
teacher at South Fork High
School, was alone in his
classroom on Jan. 18 with
one of his students, a 16-
year-old girl.
Mr. Trotter's history class
had been the last of the day,
and the student, who
described him as "friendly
and nice," was hanging out
in his classroom.
He talked with her about
teachers who got in trouble
for having sex with stu-
dents, and then asked her if
she was interested.
Now Mr. Trotter, 34, is at
the center of such a case,
charged with three counts
sexual activity with a
minor, after the girl told
Martin County Sheriff's
Detective Brian Broughton
about three classroom
trysts.


Martin County Sheriff's
deputies some of them
deputized U.S. Marshals -
arrested Mr. Trotter on Feb.
5 at his home in Vero
Beach, 314 13th Lane S.W.
He was being held at the
Martin County Jail on a
$225,000 bond at press
time.
When school officials
learned of the investigation
in late January, they pulled
Mr. Trotter from the class-
room and reassigned him
to district headquarters. At
the time of his arrest, Mr.
Trotter was still employed
by the district.
Officials at South Fork
High School referred ques-
tions about Mr. Trotter to
Cathy Brennan, the district
spokeswoman.
Ms. Brennan said Mr.
Trotter requested sick leave
after the reassignment, and
had not begun his new job
at the time of his arrest.
After Mr. Trotter proposi-


tioned the girl on Jan. 18,
the police report states that
he led her to the class-
room's storage closet,
kissed her, removed her
shirt and forced her to per-
form oral sex.
When they heard a noise,
they stopped, got dressed
and left the classroom.
Four days later, the girl
told investigators that she
and Mr. Trotter engaged in
sexual intercourse on the
closet floor.
He apologized to the girl
on Jan. 24, telling her "what
they had done was wrong
and he could get fired or go
to jail, and that he would
not do it again," the report
states.
On Jan. 29, the girl stayed
after class again, alone with
Mr. Trotter. He took her
into the storage closet, the
report states, and they had
sex again.
Two students reported
the incidents to school


Shawn Trotter
authorities two days later,
and officials asked the
Sheriff's Office to investi-
gate.
Detectives then began
collecting security camera
video clips, a carpet sample
from the storage closet and
other evidence.
"Once or twice over the
years we've had a teacher
fall into problems," said Lt.
Jenell Atlas, the sheriff's
spokeswoman. "But this is
the first one that I know of
that happened on cam-
pus."


Tax planning firm begins paying back wages


BY WARREN KAGARISE
StaffWriter
VERO BEACH Omni
Financial has begun pay-
ing $195,346 in back
wages to 312 employees
after a U.S. Labor Depart-
ment investigation found
the Vero Beach tax-plan-
ning firm violated federal
labor laws.
The investigation, con-
ducted by the depart-
ment's Wage and Hour
Division, concluded that
Omni Financial failed to
pay minimum wage to


local employees who
received salaries, com-
missions, or non-discre-
tionary bonuses, accord-
ing to a department press
release.
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spokesman in the
Department of Labor's
Atlanta office, said the
investigation could have
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employee complaint or
as part of a routine,
scheduled investigation..
The Wage and Hour
Division cannot disclose


the specific reason the
investigation was initiat-
ed or how long it lasted,
he said.
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Matt Mulligan could not
be reached for comment
by press time.
The investigation
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Act. The law provides an


Exemption from mini-
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WEEK IN

REVIEW

Tornado scare forces students
to take emergency measures

Students in north Indian River County schools read-
ied for a tornado on Feb. 2, but the potentially devas-
tating weather left the area unscathed.
As severe weather rolled into Indian River County on
Feb. 2, the National Weather Service issued a tornado
warning after one was spotted in the rural western part
of the county.
Students at Fellsmere Elementary School waited in
hallways, sitting in a crouched position for about an
hour until the threat passed.
At Sebastian River High School and Treasure Coast
Elementary, students were evacuated to the main
building from portable classrooms as school adminis-
trators monitored weather reports.
Early that morning, parts of Indian River County
were under a tornado warning after National Weather
Service radar indicated the storms could produce tor-
nadoes.
One was spotted in western Indian River at around 9
a.m., but there were no reports of a touchdown.
The National Weather Service lifted the tornado
warning at about 10:30 a.m~.

Newcomer's name will top municipal ballots

VERO BEACH Bill Fish, the newcomer in the race
for two open City Council seats, will be listed at the top
of the ballot for the March 13 election.
Mr. Fish earned the top spot in a name drawing at
City Hall. His name will appear abbve Brian Heady,
who has sought the post unsuccessfully in the past,
and Debra Fromang, the incumbent.
Voters will decide the outcome for the seat held by
Mrs. Fromang, and the seat held by council member
Bob Solari, who will not seek another term. The two
candidates who garner the most votes will win the
seats.

Six motorists hospitalized following crash

VERO BEACH Six motorists were hospitalized fol-
lowing a five-car pileup at 27th Avenue and First Street
on Feb. 1.
Five people were sent to local hospitals, while a sixth
was air-evacuated to Holmes Regional Medical Center
in Melbourne following the accident, which occurred
during rush hour at about 5:30 p.m.
The cars were heading north on 27th Avenue when
the front four cars were slowed to allow another
motorist to make a left turn. A large white van rammed
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"I immediately thought the worst, that it was a
robbery .

Ciro Perrone
Deputy, Indian River County Sheriffs Office


birds.
A flock of red-breasted
robins, nibbling on the
pink berries of Brazilian
pepper trees along U.S. 1,
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rust-colored breasts,
spend their winters in the
southern United States
and Central America.
Around this time of year,
the birds head north.
"There seem to be quite
a few of them here this
year," Mr. Baker said.
The birds, now prized
more for their cheerful
calls than their meat, were
once widely hunted in the
United States.
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the brilliance and depth
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POLICE REPORT


Vero Beach Police
Department

*Cora Redding, 25, 525
Eighth Manor, Vero Beach,
was charged with battery of
a law enforcement officer
and resisting an officer with
violence.
*Luis Rodriguez, 34, 835
18th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation on a felony
offense.
*Johnny Reeves, 29, 939
Sixth St., Vero Beach, was
charged with driving with a
suspended license- and
being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Valente Avalos, 30, 915
Eighth Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with false
imprisonment and aggra-
vated assault.


Indian River County
Sheriffs Office

*Amanda Ferguson, 45,
1485 25th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
resisting an officer without
violence.
*Paul Harvey, 43, 1155
23rd Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
cocaine and drug para-
phernalia and driving with
a suspended license.
+Sheena Mugrauer, 21,
185 18th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with organ-
ized fraud of $20,000 or less.
*Russell Sparkes, 44,
7830 129th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation on a felony
offense.
*Samuel Stanley, 31, 9885


U.S. 1, Sebastian, was
charged with possession of
cocaine.
*Daniel Talamantez, 20,
114 Filbert St., Sebastian,
was charged with violation
of probation on a felony
offense and possession of
alcohol by a person under
21.
*Christopher Dobeck, 27,
295 23rd Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation on a felony
offense.
*Richard Forelli, 41, 209
Hamilton Ave., Massape-
qua, N.Y, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
drug paraphernalia.
*Sarah Adams, 30, 2775
S.E. Blackwell Drive, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with
possession of cocaine.
*Nicholas Belvedere, 18,
866 Beard Ave., Sebastian;


was charged with aggravat-
ed assault/domestic vio-
lence.
*Brian Butler, 26, 12885
79th St., Fellsmere, was
charged with burglary and
third-degree grand theft.
*Kevin Gaeke, 22, 575
13th Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with third-degree
grand theft and uttering a
forged instrument.
*Ginger Grimes, 37, 2605
45th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
cocaine.
*Jeffrey Koebernik, 21,
8145 103rd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary of a dwelling.
*Christian Nelson, 33,
8380 Old Dixie Highway,
Vero Beach, was charged
with grand theft.
*Janell Stinson, 20, 8666
64th Court, Vero Beach, was


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charged with aggravated
battery with a deadly
weapon.
*Mario Johnson, 34, 4341
31st Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
cocaine and failure to
appear in court on a misde-
meanor offense.
*Tyruss McGriff, 24, 4729
28th Court, Vero Beach, was
charged with strong-arm
robbery.
*Carla Williams, 45, 4290


46th Lane, Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
sale of cocaine and two
counts of possession of
cocaine.
*Willie Brown, 31, 4336
26th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
cocaine and 20 grams or
less of marijuana and
resisting an officer without
violence.
) See POLICE, A13


IRMC needs

volunteers for

clinical drug trials


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
The newly opened Indian River Medical Center Research Center is staffed by Nancy Herman, ARNP, Laura Punckowski,
CRC, Rae DelVecchio, PharmD, Ph.D and Vanessa Pino, CRC, Ph.D.


Patients will aid
in hunt for new
therapies
BY WARREN KAGARISE
Staff Writer

VERO BEACH New
drugs to treat diabetes,
rheumatoid arthritis and
epilepsy will be tested at
Indian River Medical Center
in the coming months.
To perform these studies,
IRMC's new Clinical
Research Center needs vol-
unteers to test-drive new
treatments.
"We're working to help


develop innovative medica-
tions and therapies for the
community," said Rae
DelVecchio, director of clin-
ical research at IRMC.
Her team is recruiting vol-
unteers now for two Type-2
diabetes studies and a
rheumatoid arthritis trial.
When pharmaceutical
companies approached her
to conduct the studies, Dr.
DelVecchio studied the
needs of the area's popula-
tion, particularly people
over 60.
Before new drugs go to
market, pharmaceutical
companies pour years of
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accuracy.


Let's not cry wolf

When I was a youth, I remember reading fables, fairy
tales and short stories. Now that I am older and more
mature, I try to comprehend and understand people. I
value the truth which refers to the title.
At a recent county commissioners' meeting, a man got
up and spoke out against an environmentally friendly
land acquisition.
The very next evening, that same man got up in front of
the Sebastian City Council and was speaking out in favor
of the environment regarding Collier Creek.
While cost was part of the equation, I am quite sure that
his motivation was, and is, political.
We all really need to look at the issues and see where
the candidates stand.

Vote once before you rant

I just read, "Vote before you rant."
Let me tell the ranter that I know many northerners
who voted, absentee ballot of course, and they laughed
at us with the election of President Bush over (Al) Gore.
While we are talking about it, they voted absentee ballot
up north and here, in Florida.
I also went to the Election Commission and said some-
thing to the commissioner of elections and was brushed
off. They don't have the time or personnel to verify that
these people's voting rights have been cancelled up north
when they take out absentee ballots or register to vote
down here. So, these people are voting in two places.

Is mail causing sod problem?

In regard to the rant about the sod that was put down
along A1A, you should look at the.sod that was put down
there and also where the mail deliveries are. The sod is all
torn-up by each and every mailbox, too.

Sign your credit cards

Regarding the age-old issue of not signing the back of
your credit and/or debit card and instead writing "See
ID".
Well, I did just that and what the person who stole my
credit and debit card did was make up a fake ID with her
picture, my name, and her signature using my name.
When this criminal was caught and brought to court, I
was responsible for all purchases that she charged
because the clerks at the stores did their job, which I had
directed they do, by looking at the signature and picture
on the (unknown to me, fake) ID. They compared it to the.
signature on the receipt of the person in front of them.
When I questioned this to the judge and said that I:
thought the cardholder was responsible only for the first
$50 spent, I was told that was not valid in my case-
because I did not sign the card with my very own hands,
in my very own signature.
In other words, I did not do what the actual owner of
the credit card, the credit card company, mandated me
.to do.
People, we do not own our credit cards. These credit
card companies are kind enough to extend credit to us
and it is our obligation to fulfill their administrations. We
cannot presume to be smarter than they are and simply
make up our own rules, as we feel fit. The back of the card
states in plain English, "authorized signature. Card not
valid unless signed."
Not valid! What part of those words do you not under-


W"AT TO Do?


stand? It's not written in Chinese. It's written in plain
English.
This is the case even if your picture and signature is
pre-printed on the front. The clerk is not a detective. If
you leave the back of your credit card blank, the thief
signs the back and the clerk compares that signature
with the one on the receipt, they are doing what their
employer is paying them to do. They are also doing exact-
ly what the credit card companies want done, which is to
compare the signature on the back of the credit card to
the signature on the receipt.

Take charge of your mailbox

As the spouse of a mail carrier, I am tired of the way
they are perceived, and the way that they are treated.
Here are some rules that everyone out there should live
by concerning their mail:
*Never leave money in your mailbox. Period. You own
and control your mailbox, so if you insist on leaving
money there, know that any passerby could conceivably
peak in and take it. There is no guarantee that the money
will be there for your mail carrier. .I
*If you insist on. leaving money in your mailboxvcall
the post office and find out the exact amount needed for
what you want, and leave only the exact amount. 'Your
carrier does not have a bankin the truck, nor a complete
selection of all stamps offered by the U.S. Mail.
*If you leave a note for your mail carrier, type itor print
in large bold legible letters. Admit it, even your. spouse
and children can't read your penmanship! '
*Fix your mailbox! Contact your local mail office, and
find out regulations concerning the height requirements,
as well as distance from the edge of the road require-
ments. Adjust your box accordingly. If your boxis tilted',
wobbly, the door is either permanently open or dlsed, or '
in other states of disrepair, fix it! You know your box is in
need of a repair job, don't wait until it finally keels over, or
falls apart arid then blame your mail carrier!
*All drivers, especially of trucks and vans, if you hit a
mailbox own up to it. Mailboxes, in general are not high
tech, and can be repaired for a nominal fee if you hit it
backing up, so "'fess up and pay up." '
*Owners of mailboxes, don't automatically blame the
mail carrier if your box was hit. There are a lot of trucks,
trash, landscape, etc., as well as SUVs and vans that
could have hit it. If more people followed:thesug'gestip.n
above, then the poor mail carrier, out delivering the mail,
would not be blamed for other people's "sins."
*Don't call the post office when your mail is late, or you
don't get mail one day. There are literally billions of
pieces of mail sorted and delivered daily. If you have
mail, it will be delivered. Have a little patience and be
glad on those days that you don't have junk mail.


*Take your name off junk mail, catalogs, etc., that you
don't need. Not only can you save the environment, but
all of that unwanted mail is clogging up the mail system.
*If you are mailing important mail, something that is
valuable or can't be lost, don't leave it in a mailbox. Take
the time to go to the post office and send it certified
and/or insured. Ask a neighbor for a ride, take a cab, or
the local bus if you don't have a car. If it is that important,
you need to take responsibility for mailing it correctly!
*If you don't like the mail system, get a PO box, or use
e-mail. Mail is delivered six days a week. Many of the
carriers use their own cars. Some carriers can work six
different routes in a given week. Carriers do not get paid
hourly. If a route "pays five hours" and it takes them 12
hours to complete it, they get paid for five hours. Carri-
ers sort the mail, and then deliver it. The mail is not
handed to them in deliverable order. Have some
patience and understanding out there
You should be thankful that you receive your mail
instead of constantly finding something to complain
about it.

Wheredo singlefathersrg for help?

I'm a single father of a 9-year-old boy We moved here
from another state two years ago after he was kidnapped
by his mom.
On Jan. 2, the motor blew in my work van. That left me
withoutwork. The money I had went toward bills and a
very modest Christmas.
We've always given to charities and done free work for
families who couldn't afford it. I've dropped off leftover
materials to Habitat for Humanity. I put money in kettles
during Christmas. I've also helped a needy family with
food and with Christmas when I could.
Now I need help and. can't pay overdue bills, rent, heat,
water, etc. I looked in the paper for work, but no one will
hire me without a van.
I looked in the phonebook. They have almost 20 organ-
izations to help women, but none for men.
One organization told me that unless a woman lived in
my home, no one could help me. I found 6ne group for
men, and guess what? They have no funding.
The veterans organization told me that there is no help
center for people like me.
So now we have an honorably discharged war veteran
and an awesome 9-year-old student that I guess
deserves to ie homeless because no-woman lives with
us.
Does anybody need help from a hardworkingr40-iyear-
old great dad with no vehicle?
Can anyone tell me why my son and I, who need help,
where do we get help?
I'm on my last leg and don't know where to go.


Letters


RE: insurance crisis

To the editor:
A 5 percent reduction, bunk! That is only $100 of a
$2,000 premium. That will be of little help.
Who is the Legislature kidding? What we need is for
the companies doing business in Florida to lift their
restrictions, and start writing insurance again.
And, we need new companies to come here and


write insurance (homeowners and commercial),
including windstorm, that other companies have can-
celled.
On a daily basis the insurance agents are getting
more and more restrictions, and more cancelled con-
tracts or withdrawal of facilities than we have ever
seen before.
Do not blame your agent. The companies are put-
ting them out of business.


Politics in Tallahassee is not solving anything! Do
not be misled by what your state representative,i or
state senator is saying.
We need the citizens of Florida to get on their "hind
legs" and scream "bloody murder."
Do something!

Warren T. Zeuch
Vero Beach


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Rendering courtesy of Beverly Paris, Paris Productions
The first phases of OceanSands, depicted here in this architectural rendering, will rise on
some of the last available beachfront property late this year or in early 2008. The two
buildings of the first phase will be built alongside tennis courts and a lap pool, as well as
other amenities. The entire development will include five three-story buildings when it is
completed.

Condominiums to rise on

Indian River's last beachfront land


BY WARREN KAGARISE
StaffWriter
ORCHID The develop-
er who restored a St. Peters-
burg icon and, in turn,
helped revitalize the city's
waterfront, will build luxu-
ry condominiums on one
of Indian River's last pieces
of beachfront property.
Craig McLaughlin of St.
Petersburg-based South-
east Communities will
oversee the construction of
OceanSands, a $130 mil-
lion, 60-unit condominium


complex just south of Dis-
ney's Vero Beach Resort.
The OceanSands site,
about eight acres, was pur-
chased from Disney in Sep-
tember for $13.6 million,
according to county prop-
erty records.
Mr. McLaughlin hopes
ground will be broken on
the first phase"by the end of
this year or in early 2008.
Now, workers are clearing
Brazilian pepper and other
invasive species from the
land, a trapezoid-shaped
piece hugging the Atlantic


on the east and State Road
A1A on the west.
Mr. McLaughlin rose to
prominence in the early
1990s when he spearhead-
ed the renovation of St.
Petersburg's historic Vinoy
Hotel and construction of a
condominium tower next
door.
OceanSands will be
Southeast Communities'
first residential venture on
Florida's Atlantic coast.
The OceanSands build-
) See SANDS, A8


Trials
From page A5


research and hundreds of
millions of dollars and into
tweaking and refining
potential treatments.
Like the patients partici-
pating in the trials, the
manufacturers of the drugs
being tested at IRMC are
confidential.
Clinical trials, the tightly
regulated process in which
the drug is administered to
patients for the first time,
are an essential part during
the years of testing.
Pharmaceutical manu-
facturers enlist clinical
research teams to conduct
trials on patients and,
under the strict supervi-
sion of regulatory agencies,
evaluate the drug's effects
and its efficacy the
impact during the trial.
Dr. DelVecchio and her
three-member team often
have to dispel a common
myth about clinical trials:
"Many people, when
they hear 'medical
research,' the first thing
they think of is 'guinea
pig,"' said Laura Punck-
owski, the clinical research
coordinator. "I don't want
them to have that feeling
here."
Indeed, inside the cen-
ter's second floor office -
with its soothing tones and
natural light it feels more
like a well-appointed doc-
tor's office than a mad sci-
entist's lair.
IRMC, like all other trial
sites, must adhere to Food
and Drug Administration
rules, which have built-in
measures for patient confi-
dentiality and "informed
consent," where patients
are told of the trial's poten-
tial benefits and risks.
"The most important
thing is the safety of the
patients," Dr. DelVecchio
said.
Each trial, she said, is
determined by a protocol,


"Many people, when. they hear 'medical
research,' the first thing they think of is
'guinea pig' I don't want them to have that
feeling here"
Laura Punckowski
clinical research coordinator


or the plan the trial will fol-
low.
The protocol outlines
who can participate in the
study, as well as the sched-
ule of dosages, tests and
procedures. It also deter-
mines the length of the
trial.
Clinical trials are divided
into four phases. Patients
can withdraw from a trial at
anytime.
In the first, the drug is
tested on healthy volun-
teers. How the body
absorbs, metabolizes and
excretes the drug is also
studied during this phase.
During the second and
third phases those which
will be conducted at IRMC
- the drug is tested on vol-
unteer patients, people
who have the disease the
drug is designed to treat.
Researchers monitor the
drug's efficacy and watch
for adverse effects. Typical-
ly, patients participating in
clinical trials will visit the
research team more often
than they would visit their
regular doctor. Also, addi-
tional medical tests and
procedures are usually
required.
Nancy Herman, a clinical
research nurse, said
patients often enjoy the
extra care, while
researchers often become
friendly with the trial par-
ticipants.
"It's great," Ms. Herman
added. "You're doing
something different all the
time."
After the clinical trials are


complete, the manufactur-
er files an application with
the FDA for approval. The
approval process usually
takes about a year.
During the fourth phase
trials, which begin after the
drug goes on sale,
researchers study the
drug's long-term effects.
It costs a company an
average of $802 million to
develop a new medicine,
according to a 2001 study
from the Tufts Center for
the Study of Drug Develop-
ment. Development from
lab to patient can also take
between 10 and 15 years,
according to data from the
Pharmaceutical Research
and Manufacturers of
America, a trade group.
One of the first drugs that
will be tested at IRMC is an
inhaled form of insulin, an
alternative to painful shots.
Dr. DelVecchio, who was
appointed to her post last
summer, wants to expand
the hospital's research role.
An infectious disease study
of IRMC patients is under-
way, and she wants to con-
duct more cardiology
research.
First, she'll need volun-
teers, and as for the guinea
pig misconception, Dr.
DelVecchio said, "that
couldn't be farther away
from the truth."
For more information
about the IRMC Clinical
Research Center and to
learn how to participate in
its studies, call the center at
(772) 563-4591.


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built.
The remaining structures
will rise soon after, Mr.
McLaughlin said.


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"We love trees," he added,
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that dot the property, their
gnarled trunks shaped by
the sea breeze.
The complex's five build-
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A1A by rows of trees and
other vegetation, and from
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three-story buildings, will
feature kitchens stocked
with Thermador stoves and
Sub-Zero refrigerators,
bathrooms accented with
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views of the Atlantic.
"We are not low-end
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To that end, the club-
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complex's main pool will
boast rooms for cards and
billiards, a touch to encour-
age socializing among the
OceanSands residents.
The complex's public
spaces, including the club-
house, were designed to
duplicate a seaside resort,
Mr. McLaughlin said.
Since the $98 million ren-
ovation of the Vinoy Hotel
was completed in 1992,
Southeast Communities
has developed dozens of
other residential and com-
mercials projects on the
Gulf Coast.
But it is the ambitious
Vinoy project that Mr.
McLaughlin refers to as "10
years of perseverance."
. When it opened for a sec-
ond time, the hotel was
rechristened the Renais-
sance Vinoy Resort and
Golf Club, and went on to
earn top rankings from
AAA.
SThe Vinoy Hotel opened
in 1925, "the center of life,
and social center of the
community," in Mr.;
McLaughlin's words.
SBy 1974, the Vinoy
closed, and its elegant fur-
nishings were sold.
Though the National Park
Serviceadded the building
to the National Register of
Historic Places in 1978, the
structure fell into disrepair.
For 18 years, its once-
proud figure loomed as an
eyesore over Tampa Bay, its
windows shattered and its
rooms hosting vagrants
instead of the movie stars
who used to vacation
there.
During the renovation,
the interior was gutted, the
new rooms constructed to
modern standards. Work-
ers resurrected the lobby's
Jazz Age glamour and lov-
ingly restored the exterior,
bringing back the soft pink
hue and wedding-cake
details of its heyday.
"We pay attention to
details," Mr. McLaughlin
said. "You have to."
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Elections
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"In my experience, it
seems a little bit early," Ms.
Hart said.
"For a county of our size,
it's unusual," she added.
So far, two candidates for
sheriff, including incum-
bent Roy Raymond, and a
school board hopeful have
launched campaigns.
Two other potential can-
didates, one a school
board incumbent, the
other seeking election to
the County Commission,
have said they will run next
year.
The official qualifying
period lasts through July
21-25, 2008.
Candidates' enthusiasm,
Ms. Hart said, is probably
the biggest factor in the
early filings.
Ruth Stanbridge, the
county historian and a for-
mer county commissioner,
said the move mirrors the
national political climate,
where the presidential
contest is running at full
speed a year before the
Iowa caucuses.
But, locally, "two years
out for that kind of election
seems abnormal," Mrs.
Stanbridge said.
Voter interest, and
turnout, is higher during
presidential election years,
Ms. Hart said.
Candidates who enter
the race now, however, will
face a marathon contest
instead of a sprint to.Elec-
tion Day.
"They've got a long road
ahead and it's not easy,"
Ms. Hart said.

School Board
candidate is first in
line for '08

The first candidate to
enter a local 2008 race, the
Rev. Kyle Gibson, filed his
paperwork on'Dec. 21, his
birthday.
Mr. Gibson, the senior
pastor at N, -v Bethel AME
Church on "., Lane, is
running for Anm Reuter's
School Board seat.
Before he was assigned
to the New Bethel position
last year, Mr:.Gibson was
planning a run for the
Broward County School
Board, where he and his
wife lived.
By entering the race 23
months before Election
Day, Mr. Gibson is
attempting to close the
name-recognition gap
with Mrs. Reuter, who has
held the seat since 2004.
He figures he can meet
about 100 people a day for
the next 18 or so months.
Mr. Gibson had another
reason for announcing his
candidacy in late 2006: He
wants to acclimate voters
to his criminal record,
which includes a 1989
grand theft charge and a
1998 charge for battery.
His opponent will not
officially enter the race
until next year.
"I'm not going to start
my campaign before next
January," Mrs. Reuter said.

Sheriff candidates
sharpen campaign
themes

Community leaders and
other supporters encour-
aged Mr. Raymond, a two-
term sheriff, to enter the
2008 race early last month.
On Jan. 8, he filed paper-
work with the Supervisor
of Elections office and
became the second candi-
date to enter a 2008 race.
His supporters, he said,
wanted him to enter the


race so they could begin
fund-raising and prepar-
ing for the campaign.
His first opponent, fel-
low Republican Ed Glaser,
entered the race 11 days
later.
The Republican primary
for the sheriff's race is set
for late summer 2008.
"It's really too early to lay


out a platform," Mr. Ray-
mond said.
He said a formal cam-
paign announcement will
come later this year.
"No one is interested in
the 2008 election right
now, except maybe the
presidential election," ie
said.
Mr. Glaser, meanwhile, is
supporting a childcare
program and an increased
push for affordable hous-
ing for Sheriff's Office
employees.
"I think it will be more
accepted with the full
weight of the sheriff's
office behind it," Mr.
Glaser said of his afford-
able housing proposal.
Mr. Glaser, who retired
from the Sheriff's Office
last year, is the director for
advanced training of the
Sebastian Police Depart-
ment's Special Response
Team.
In addition to the sher-
iff's race, three County
Commission seats will be
decided in November 2008
- and Mr. Raymond said
he wants to actively cam-
paign in some of those
races.


Rematch possible
in County
Commission race

By Feb. 1, no one had
filed for election to one of
the soon-to-be-open com-
mission seats.
But Bob Solari, a Vero
Beach City Council mem-
ber, unofficially entered
the race when he decided
last month not to seek
another council term.
On Jan. 24, Mr. Solari
said he doesn't plan to
announce his candidacy
until November.
He anticipates a cam-
paign season defined by
debates about growth a
centerpiece of the 2006
campaigns that helped
elect two slow-growth
advocates to the commis-
sion.
If Mr. Solari enters the
race, it could set up a
rematch against County
Commission Vice Chair-
woman Sandra Bowden.
The pair squared off for
the District 5 seat in the
2004 Republican primary.
Mrs. Bowden said she
was not surprised her for-


mer opponent chose to
run again. She remains
undecided on a 2008 bid.
"It's way too early to
make that decision," Mrs.
Bowden said.

Staff writer Natasha
Carter contributed to this
report.


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
VERO BEACH Indian
River Medical Center has
become a member of the
National Stroke Associa-


tion's Stroke Center Net-
work as part of its mission
to receive primary stroke
center certification this
year.
The membership affords


the hospital access to the
Stoke Center Network
team, quarterly audio-
web-conferences, regional
meetings, monthly e-
newsletters, networking


opportunities, nursing
education opportunities,
and more, said Amber
Dean, R.N., nurse manager
of intermediate cardiac
care.


"It will not only help
keep us educated on the
latest in stroke care, but let
u network with other
stroke center hospitals and
see what is working best
for them," she said.
The application for
.stroke center certification
was submitted to the state
the week of Jan. 22. The
Joint Commission will do
an on-site visit to review
the hospital's stroke pro-
gram.
It is important that
everyone know the signs of
stroke. Patients must be
seen within three hours of
the onset of a stroke to be
considered for treatment


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drug that can lessen the
effects of stroke. If a person
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these symptoms, seek
immediate medical care:
*Sudden weakness or
numbness of the face, arm
or leg, especially on one
side of the body.
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trouble speaking or under-
standing.
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ance or coordination.
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Hometown News


Review
From page A3


into the rear car, according
to the Florida Highway
.Patrol report.
The impact caused the
rear car, a Toyota sedan
carrying two passengers,
to flip upside down into a
roadside ditch.
Then the white van
rammed a GMC sports
utility vehicle, setting off a
chain reaction among the
other cars.
The woman in the over-
turned Toyota was taken to
Holmes Regional Medical
Center.
The FHP report available
at press time did not
include the driver's names
or the extent of their
injuries.

District sued over
Sebastian boy's death

The parents of Michael,
Abt Jr., 12-year-old boy
who died in March on the
Sebastian River Middle
School physical education
field, have filed a lawsuit
against the school district
and the manufacturer of
the automatic external


defibrillator the school
had in the nurse's office.
In the suit, Michael and
Taffi Fisher Abt said the
defibrillator could have
saved their son's life if
school staff had been
properly trained to use it.
The filed the suit in the
Indian River County Cir-
cuit Court on Jan. 29 and
are requesting a jury trail
In the lawsuit, the par-
ents say the district and
Defibtech LLC of Guilford,
Conn., were negligent in
not ensuring school staff
were trained to use the
defibrillator, a device that,
under certain circum-
stances, can restart a heart
that has stopped beating.
Michael Abt Jr. was in
physical education class
March 10 when he col-
lapsed. The Medical Exam-
iners Office repot conclud-
ed that he most likely died
from a- sudden electrical
short in his heart.
Since their son's death,
the Abts have founded the
Michael Abt Jr. Have A
Heart Foundation, a non-
profit effort to provide
defibrillators to schools.


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Carpet
From page Al 1
business evolved to pro-
vide retail sales of carpets,
rugs, tile, wood and lami-
nate.
The experience in carpet
cleaning and restoration
has been invaluable to the
sales of carpets, Kevin
Walker said.
"We know what carpet
stays clean longer and
stands up to traffic and
wears better," Mr. Walker
said.
Six years ago, The Carpet
Market partnered with
Stainmaster Carpet, bring-
ing the most durable floor
covering to the Treasure
Coast.
One of the stores' most
popular offerings is Stain-
master Ultra Life Carpet,
praised for its resistance to
spills, fortitude under
heavy foot traffic and 15-
year warranty.
Stainmaster, which is
composed of unique fibers
and frequently updates its

Police
From page A5
*George Footman, 30,
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Beach, was charged with
grand theft and two counts
of resisting an officer with-
out violence.
*Sandra Douglas, 56,
2421 Granada Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with


styles, remains popular
because of its long-lasting
warranties.
"This is the best warran-
ty by far in the business,"
Mr. Roberts said.
For Stainmaster Ultra
Life Carpet, the warranty
protects owners from any
stains for 15 years.
"If you're walking
through your living room
in the 14th year and you
spill cup of coffee, you're
covered," Mr. Roberts said.
"This separates us from
everyone else and is avail-
able exclusively at our
stores," he added
Aside from carpet, the
stores carry the top brands
in wood & tile flooring.
In addition to the wall-
to-wall offerings, the
stores offer the Treasure's
Coast largest selection of
area rugs, including top
brands such as Karastan,
Tommy Bahama and
Kathy Ireland.
Custom rugs are also
available.
Mr. Walker said part of
Stainmaster's appeal is its


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*Alex Fradette, 19, 703
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boon, too.
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carpeting when it sprayed
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famous for its use in non-
stick cookware. In carpet,
however, Teflon made the
nylon fibers resistant to
stains. In 1986, DuPont
rolled out Stainmaster Car-
pet to consumers to great
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Mr. Walker said Stain-
master continues to
update its products.
"We have an advantage
because we're teamed up
with Stainmaster," Mr.
Walker said.
Today, the company
operates stores in Stuart
and Vero Beach and has
been covering Treasure
Coast floors in carpet, tile,
hardwood and laminate


since 1988.
The Stuart store, The
Stainmaster Flooring Cen-
ter, also known as The Car-
pet Market, is located at
1655 N.W Federal High-
way. It is open from 9 a.m.
to 5p.m., Monday to Friday
and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
on Saturday.
The Vero Beach store, The
Stainmaster Flooring Cen-
ter is located at 1355 U.S. 1.
(in the plaza behind
Crispers). It is open from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to
Friday and from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. on Saturday.
Mr Roberts said the stores
have plans to open on Sun-
days real soon. Each store
will be open from noon to 4
p.m.
To reach the Vero Beach
store, call (772) 794-9970.
To reach the Stuart store,
call (772) 692-9970.


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

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Religion News


First Church of God

A Marriage Conference
with Bob and Rosemary
Barnes, will be held on Fri-
day, Feb. 16, from 7 to 9 p.m.,
and Saturday, Feb. 17, from 8
a.m. to noon.
The cost for advance reg-
istration is $8 per person, or
$12 per couple.
Tickets must, be pur-
chased by Feb. 15.
,The cost of regular regis-
ration is $12 per person, or
$16 per couple, for tickets
purchased after Feb. 15.
Child care is available on a
first come basis for children
from birth through age six
only.
Advance registration is
required.


The child must be regis-
tered by Feb. 15.
Tickets are available in the
church office during office
hours, and in the media cen-
ter during the weekend.
The First Church of God is
located at 1105 58th Ave,
Vero Beach.
For information, call
Kerri, at (772) 562-2256, Ext.
223

Temple Beth Shalom

The film "Hill 24 doesn't
answer," will be shown on
Feb.11, at Temple Beth
Shalom, located at 365 43rd
Ave., Vero Beach.
This movie is the person-.
al story of three Jewish sol-
diers who are assigned to


defend a hill outside of
Jerusalem.
There will be wine, cheese,
drinks, and snacks served at
2, with the film to be shown
at 2:30 p.m.
For information and
reservations, call the Temple
Beth Shalom office, at (772)
569-4700.

Trinity Episcopal
Church
Due to systemic mechani-
cal problems that have
developed in the organ con-
sole, both the Thursday
noontime recital series, and
the Feb. 11 organ recital
Shave been cancelled for this
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Friday, February 9, 2007


A14 Vero Beach







Friay Ferur 9.20 w.oeonesOo eoBah*A


Public support sought for troop withdrawal


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

VERO BEACH -
Concerned citizens of
Indian River County are
asked to join in a Valen-
tine's Day call for the with-
drawal of American troops


from combat in Iraq.
The public will have the
opportunity to put their
first names and personal
messages on red hearts
and add them to a large
display board under the
banner "Bring our brave


Police
From page A 13


and third-degree grand
theft.
*Dana Brithinee, 25, 32
Harbor Isle Drive, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
drug paraphernalia.
*Steven Sydow, 49, 1934
Westminster Circle, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
drug paraphernalia.
*Robyn Fradette, 18, 703
Fifth Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with organ-
ized fraud of $20,000 or less
and third-degree grand


theft.
*Peter Robbins, 28, 2925
First Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with grand theft of
$300 or more and violation
of probation on a felony
offense.
*Mark Mackowski, 46,
155 Sebastian Blvd., Sebas-
tian, was charged with
three counts of criminal
use of personal identifica-
tion.
*Miguel Rangel, 31, 4845
38th Circle, Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-.
sion of cocaine.


Religion A
From page A 14


year.
The March 25 recital, and
Choral Evensong service will
occur as scheduled.

Christ By The Sea
United Methodist
Church

The church has started a
"Biggest Losers" group to
help individuals lose
unwanted pounds. The
group will meet every Satur-
day starting at 10 a.m., at
Christ By The Sea UMC,
3755 A1A, Vero Beach.
Speakers on nutrition and
successful weight loss, sup-
port groups, prayer and
faith, and walking will all be
a part of this program. You
do not have to reveal your
weight. All are invited to
attend and there is no
charge,
For information, call (772)
231-5022.

Trinity Episcopal's
annual
Valentine mission

The children of Trinity
Episcopal Church will take
part in Trinity's annual
Valentine mission program
to help. children at the
Church of God by Faith in
Gifford .this Valentine's Day
by collecting supplies for
their Sunday school pro-
gram.
Next Sunday, Feb. 4 each
child is asked to bring one or
more of the following items
to the Worship Adventure
area in the Rad Pad Youth
Center: pencils, glue, mark-
ers (8-pack), erasers, scis-
sors, construction paper,
glue sticks, crayons (24-
pack), and craft supplies,
such as pom poms, chenille,


sequins and stickers. On
Sunday, Feb. 4, the children
will have the opportunity to
make Valentine cards to
enclose with the Sunday
school supplies that have
been collected.
The supplies and cards
will be delivered to the
Church of God by Faith in
time forValentine's Day.

First Presbyterian
Church

Times ofworship:
*9 a.m., blended worship
11 a.m., traditional wor-
ship
*9:15 a.m., first L.I.G.H.T.
Sunday school
10:10a.m., youth Sun-
day school and adult Sun-
day school
Youth group times:
Zebulon for middle
school students, Wednes-
days, at 5:30 p.m.
Primetime for high
school students, Sunday, at
5:30 p.m.
The church is located at
520 Royal Palm in Vero
Beach. Call (772) 562-9088
or go to
www.firstpresvero.org.


hearts home."
After the events, the
hearts and messages will
be delivered to the district
office of U.S. Rep. Dave
Weldon, R-Melbourne.
There will be two events
in Vero Beach.


One on Feb 10, from 10 to
noon, in front of the Vero
Beach main library, and
one on Feb. 13, from 5 to 7
p.m., at the Pocahontas
Park, inVero Beach.
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George at (772) 794-4625.


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Valentine


greetings


to Roy

L ast year I wrote a
Valentine's Day
column to my
husband, Roy, who has
Alzheimer's disease. Many
of you were kind.enough
to tell me how much that
column touched you.
I'd like to re-run it, with
an update about Roy and
information for you if you
caring for someone with
this terrible illness.
This column is very
personal. It's a Valentine
to my husband, Roy
Maltwood, who I met
when I was 23 and mar-
ried when I was 39.
I think he finally decid-
ed I'd grown up all I was
going to. We've been
through a lot together,
and he's responded to
each crisis with a British
stiff-upper lip, forged in
wartime London, a sense
of dry humor and a cup of
tea. He set a standard for
caregiving when I was ill
with breast cancer and
several years of complica-
tions that will be impossi-
ble for me to match, but
now I must try to do it for
him.
Roy has Alzheimer's
disease. He was diagnosed
two years ago, a year after
we moved to Florida. Roy,
who had met every
challenge, who loved life
as no one I'd ever met,
suddenly didn't want to
venture out, didn't want to
drive and didn't want do
any part-time work to
keep busy.
I became frustrated,
wondering what the
problem was. He didn't
seem to remember where
the grocery store was or
the turn-off for our house.
0 See KOPPEL, B2


Valentine's Day:
A celebration of love
Hello smart shoppers. Here
it is again, a special day
that I'd like to pretend
doesn't exist. For those of you
who don't know, I lost my
valentine on May 27,2004, nine
months after an automobile
accident that changed his life.
Bill was my honey and my
valentine since I was a teenager.
It's almost three years since he
died, yet I can't seem to remove
my wedding rings or at least put
them on my right hand. This
year, Ipledge to do so. If you see
me and notice my hand, please
say hello and let me knowyou
understand.
I am available for talks from
Vero Beach to Hobe Sound. Call
the paper and leave a message at
(772) 465-5656.
This column is for you, so pay
attention. Any advice I give I have
lived, and since I was married for
more than 40 years, I think I'm
sort of an authority on making a
marriage work.
I was always curious about the
real origin ofValentine's Day and
figured you might be, too. I
turned, as usual, to my trusty
World Book Encyclopedia and
found very little is actually known
about the true origin of this
special day.
Different authorities believe
Valentine's Day began in various
ways.
Some trace it to an ancient
Roman festival called Lupercalia;
however, that festival did not
occur on Feb. 14 but on Feb. 15.
There is ambiguous evidence of
two early Christians named
Valentine who were martyred on
Feb. 14 in different parts of Italy,
No one knows for sure if there
was one or two, but the one from
Rome was believed to have been


a priest and was
sainted in 350 A.D.
There is no conclu-
sive evidence
whether Valentine
was one or two men
and no conclusive
evidence for doubt-
ing the existence of
either man.
Others believe the
origin ofValentine's
Day came from an
English poet of the
1300s named
Geoffrey Chaucer,
who chose Feb. 14 as Valentine's
Day because the birds chose
their mates on that day.
Another story says Valentine
was an early Christian who
befriended many children. When
he was imprisoned for refusing to
worship ancient Roman gods,
children would toss love notes
between the bars of his cell, thus
the possible beginning of
sending cards on Valentine's Day.
There is a great deal more written
about this special day and I
encourage you.to pick up your
encyclopedia and read about it.
If there is a special person in
your life, celebrate him or her in a
special way. I celebrated my
valentine, my husband, Bill.
Is it easy to make it work for so
many years? Not on your life, but
it is a most worthwhile accom-
plishment.
There are times you love that
special someone to death and
there are times you'd actually like
to put him or her to death.
Just remember to think^'we, us
and our," and not "me, my and
mine."
To be loved you must be
lovable; it is not your right. It
must be earned. It doesn't take


long to knowwhat buttons to
push and not to push. Learn
what buttons to push. Talk, talk,
talk about feelings, wants, needs,
everything, but not in the heat of
the moment.
Choose your words carefully;
you can never erase them.
Timing is everything, and
when anger or resentment
enters the picture that's not the
time to talk. Never lose respect
for the other, because once
respect is gone, love is soon to
follow.
A special candlelight dinner is a
wonderful way to celebrate
Valentine's Day, especially when
eating out is not affordable.
Farm the kids out, if children
are involved, to friends, relatives
etc., if possible and make an easy
special dinner. Use one of my
recipes, toss a steak on the grill,
get take-out, whatever.
Just set the stage and plan to
make the evening special.
Manyyears ago, my steady
boyfriend and I spent the
evening of my senior prom at the
Waldorf Astoria in NewYork City.
It was a magical evening as we
danced to the big band.
I See ROMANCING, B5


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STAR SCOPES
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Week of 02-09-07

Aries-March 21-April 19
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you have right now. Finish up or delegate old projects
that have been hanging first. Then locate areas of new
challenge and work on the most important ones first
Move forward every day. Refuse to give up or accept
anything less than the best from yourself. You know
what you want You can have it all. It just takes a plan,


Taurus-April 20-May 20
If you maintain the present routine, you will continue
to efficiently move your way forward toward your new
goals and challenges. Refuse to be stuck or get side-
tracked. Stick to your main goals. You have an inex-
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You always seem to know when family or associates
need a helping hand. Stay upbeat with forward
momentum and you will experience many new victo-
ries in the next few months.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Much truth has been unfolding around you lately. Try
to keep a lighter touch when you are not sure what to
do. Patience is a virtue. Then keep your own life bal-
anced by making some quality time for yourself each
day to read, have fun or exercise. This keeps your
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I thought maybe he was
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years of taking care of me
had taken their toll.
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didn't pay attention. It was
Roy who told his primary
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ues to do well. His world
has narrowed, as he has
had to give up driving and
knows that he cannot do
things he once did.
A senior design engineer
with Rolls Royce Aero-
space in England, Roy is
still able to problem-solve
household dilemmas that
leave me, the spatially-
challenged one, bewil-
dered. But we have had to
make accommodations.
I must speak more
slowly and explain what I
mean in concrete terms. I
see flashes of brilliance,
but they are bittersweet,
because they remind me
of what he always has
been: the happiest,
wittiest, most charming
man I've ever known. He
still is all that, but it's a
little bit more of a struggle.
When he makes a joke, I
laugh and cry a little,
because Roy's love of life is
so much a part of him.


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Roy has just returned from
a three-week trip to
England to visit his chil-
dren and grandchildren.
We were both nervous
about his making the trip
alone, but with careful
planning and a lot of
crossed fingers and hope,
he did just fine.
In fact, he told me that
he thinks the trip, which
not only involved an
overseas flight but a 10-
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tip of Cornwall, would be
harder for me. He's proba-
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We have been helped in
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and organizations that can
help anyone facing the
challenge of Alzheimer's as
a patient or caregiver.
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The organization
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seven days a week: (800)
272-3900. The Web site is
www.alz.org.
Locally, the Southeast
Florida chapter of the
Alzheimer's Association is
at 10 SE Central Parkway,
Suite 400, Stuart. The
phone number is (800)
861-7826. Indian River and
Brevard County residents
can call the Association at
(321) 637-1103.
The Alzheimer's Associa-
tion's Project Safe Return is
a nationwide identifica-
tion program that provides
assistance when a person
with a memory disorder
becomes lost.
Assistance is available 24
hours a day, seven days a
week. For the $40 enroll-
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available for low-income
individuals, you receive an
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labels. The bracelet and
labels identify the person
as memory-impaired and
gives an ID number
specific to the patient.
They also provide the toll
free number to call if
,someone finds your loved
one.
When you report a loved
one missing, local law
enforcement is alerted. For
information, go the
Alzheimer's Association
Web site or call (888) 572-
8656.
Alzheimer's' Community
Care provides adult day
care, support groups and
family nurse consultants
to residents of Palm Beach,
Martin and St. Lucie
County. Call (561) 683-
2700 or visit
www.alzcare.org.
Community Care also
maintains a 24-hour crisis
response service at (800)
394-1771.
Th; last three years
wot4l iave been much
moredifficult without the
help arid support of Laura
Zel,,lii'ised clinical social
workerand caregiver
counselor with Just
Checking, an agency
funded by the Area Agency
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Her support and friend-
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to get through even the
bad days. The agency
serves Martin, St. Lucie,
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The Alzheimer's Associa-
tion's 5K MemoryWalk will
be March 31 at Flagler Park
in Stuart. Roy and I are
part of Laura's team, The
Support Groupies. Our
team goal is to raise
$5,000; the goal of theWalk
is to reach $100,000 for
local Alzheimer's support
services.
Registration begins at 8
a.m.; the walk starts at 9
a.m. For information, to
register a team, sponsor
one or make a donation,
call (800) 861-7826 or go to
www. memorywalks.com.
There are many more
organizations able to
provide assistance to
caregivers and loved ones
bearing the burden of
dementia.
I try every day to be the
kind of caregiver for Roy
that he was for me when I
was ill. He has set the bar
so high, but I will continue
to try, reaching out for
help because I know I can't
do it alone. I cherish every
day I have with Roy. He is
my hero as well as my
Valentine.


Hometown News


Friday, February 9, 2007


B2 Vero Beach








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Star Scopes
From page B1
goal of balance. No one can do
this for you but you. Sometimes
it is just necessary to tell it like it
is and let the chips fall. You
don't always have to be all
things to all people. Write down
your goals, keep a strong focus
and take action. March on to
victory and enjoy.

Virgo-Aug.23-Sept 22
You are what heart is all about
Your love is legendary. You feel
others pain more than any
other. You give comfort You
also feel their triumphs. Help
them celebrate. This wonderful
sense of humanity will always
guide you in the right direction.
It's sometimes a challenge to
keep up with your strong spirit
You are a great inspiration.
When others need a little light
you guide their path quite well.
Keep up the great work.

ibra-Sept 23-Oc 22
Your foresight and determina-
tion are two of your strongest
qualities. It works best when
you follow your heart and
instincts when making deci-
sions rather than your head. If it
doesn't feel right don't do it
Wait Refuse to let low priorities
or negative attitudes rule your


life. Keep on the Sunny side.
You have come a long way and
made major changes the past
year. Now it is time to relax and
enjoy your progress. The best
news, more good is on the way.

Scorpio-Oct.23-Nov.21
There is no room for sadness,
fear, doubtk or indecision in
your life. Keep on setting new
goals. Give yourself enough
time to achieve them, but don't
let them drag on forever. Learn
to live in daylight compart-
ments with no fear of the future
or regret of the past Without a
target and goal, it is easy to get
lost Balance between you spiri-
tual and earthly natures helps
you achieve your visions and
inspirations.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
More and more people want to
hear what you have to say:
When you speak others listen
and learn. You were bom to
inspire and help lead others in
the right direction. This is what
keeps you on track and
focused. You are feeling better
and your energy is getting
stronger every day. You know
what you want and need to do.
Proceed forward toward your
dreams and you will have the
best year of your life. It's just
ahead. Keep it going.


Capricom-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You have grown a lot spiritually
in the past few months. Mars in
Capricorn gives you extra pro-
tection, like guardian angel
energy. You have a great ability
to feel things before they hap-
pen. This gives you an edge. As
your spirit rises, so does your
mental and physical strength.
Keep on taking life one day at a
time. This creates patience, trust
and faith in the higher power.
Now when you have the uni-
verse working for you there is
only great victory ahead in all
you do.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
The sun and Neptune in Aquar-
ius enhances your vision and
deep creative urges. Go in, pull
them out and set them free.
Just about everything you touch
will turn to gold right now. You
are inspired, your heart is open
and your images are strong.
You have the needed drive and


determination to set your main
projects in motion and move
them forward. Dream big
dreams and you will see your-
self making strong advances
personally and professionally
like never before.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
By the time others tune in and
try to copy your actions, you are
so far ahead they get can't
catch you. You were saved for
last in the zodiac for very special
reasons. You are the anchor for
all the others. No one has a
larger sweeter heart You are a
sign of honor and great human
dignity. Your words ring true
and you have the ear and trust
of other very important people
around you. And all this is just
for starters about your. special
place in life.

Star visions

Continue to take care of your


own life and dreams. Use them
to create a strong, healthy,
beautiful life. You can do it If
this column has helped you,
please tell your family and
friends. It is on the Web. Type in
www.hometownnewsol.com.
Hit Star Scopes on the left
menu. I also do personalized


astrology and compatibility
charts. It's good to know what
the universe has in store for
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Ihad a wonderful time at
the South Florida Fair in
January. It was my 14th
year there. This year, the
theme was about magic. I
was featured there right in
the middle of the main
Expo Hall next to the huge
hand sculpted sand castle
that was the centerpiece of
the fair.
Around 700,000 people
attended this year. It was
my best year ever. Home-
town News ran a wonderful
story about me being there
on the front page of all 18
editions of the paper on
Jan. 12. Readers came from
everywhere to talk and
experience the fun and
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The Spirit Guide
the way from the Daytona
area and drove more than
three hours to get there.
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happy and thrilled as
anyone can be.
I feel such gratitude to
the paper, the editors and
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continue to feel the glow all
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priceless to me on this
once-in-a-lifetime experi-
ence. Thank you all for
being there.
I have a lot of hope for a
gopd year in 2007. Last year
seemed to be filled with lots
of change with many of us
searching for a new and
better life and direction. My
belief is that the universe is
just, based on the supreme
law of cause and effect.
What goes around the old
circle of life comes back
around multiplied. Many of
the people who came to see
me at the fair voiced this
same belief and felt that


this will be a better year
than the one past. I learned
so much from my friends
and clients. You all are my
greatest source of inspira-
tion and ideas.
Your feedback is the fuel
that fires my soul and spirit
and keeps me going
throughout the year.
The four things I hear the
most are: "How can I free
the chains that bind me?"
"How can I live a pain free
life?" "How can I grow
spiritually?" "How can I find
lasting happiness?"
Wow! A complete book
could be written about
each one of these ques-
tions.
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Romancing
From page B1
Our dinner that night was
imbedded in my memory
and even at that young age
(whenI couldn't cook), I
vowed to someday make it
for my husband. It was
many years before I tried to
duplicate it and he remem-
bered and said it was just as
good as the first time we had
it. It's quick and easy. Since I
can't remember what it was
called, I'll simply give it an
appropriate name.
Renew your commit-
ments. See you next week.

SENIOR PROM STEAK
Serves 2
1 pound 1-inch thick
sirloin steak or filet
mignon
2 tablespoons extra virgin
olive oil
4 medium cloves garlic,
halved
6 small new potatoes,
peeled or 2 medium
potatoes peeled, and cut
in 6 pieces each
1 medium-size jar roasted
red peppers,
not pimentos, drained
and torn in large seg-
ments
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley chopped or 1
teaspoon dried
1/2 teaspoon oregano
Salt and pepper to taste
Cut sirloin in 2-inch
pieces, cut the filets in half.
Tenderize the sirloin with
meat tenderizer as directed
on jar.
In a large covered skillet
place 1 tablespoon oil.
Saute steak in hot oil until
browned on outside but still
raw inside. Set aside.
Add remaining table-
spoon oil to pan. Saute
garlic.
Lower heat; add potatoes
and brown on all sides.
Add peppers, half the
parsley, oregano and a little
salt and pepper. Cover pan
and cook until potatoes are


Jacqueline
Mae Chaney
Jacqueline M. Chaney,
71, ofVero Beach, died, Sat-;
Surday, Jan. 27. 2007, at the
Indian River Medical Cen-
ter in Vero Beach.
Mrs. Chanev was bori
"Oct. 24, 1935, in Yale,
Mich., and moved to V'ero
Beach 15 years ago, from
Lupton, Mich.
She was of the Protestant.
faith, and was a member of
theVero Beach Bridge Cen-
ter and the Friendship
Club.
She is survived by her
husband, Clarence "Buck"
Chaney of Vero Beach; two
sons, Robert Schmidti of
Barrington, R.I. ani
William Schmidt of Fort
Pierce; a daughter, Kathryn
Wellever of AUegan, Mich.;
two step-daughters, Vir-
ginia Trim of Randolph, Vt.
and Victoria Schalau of
West Branch, Mich.; a sis-
ter, Jill Merchant, of Port
Huron, Mich.; and 11
grandchildren.
She was predeceased by
her first husband, Peter
Allen Schmidt and her sec-
ond husband, Harold W.
Mackey.
A memorial gathering for
the family and friends was
held from 1 to 3 p.m., on
Wednesday, Jan. 31, at the
Cox-Gifford-Seawinds
Funeral Home, followed by
memorial celebration at 3
p.m.
She will be transferred to
the Kaatz Funeral Home in
Yale, Mich. for services and
inurnment at Lynn Town-
ship Cemetery at a later
date.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Envi-
ronmental Learning Cen-
ter, 255 Live -4ak Drive,
Vero Beach, FL 32963.
Arrangements were
under the direction of Cox-
Gifford-Seawinds Funeral
Home and Crematory, Vero
Beach.


almost tender.
Return steak to pan. Add
1/4-cup water. Cover and
cook until steak is medium
rare or however you like it.
Sprinkle with remaining
parsley. Add a little more
water (1/4 cup); heat
through.
Serve with crusty Italian or
French bread and a salad.
It's a feast fit for a king and
queen.

FAT- AND
CHOLESTEROL-FREE
CAKE
When using a cake mix,
substitute applesauce for
the oil, egg substitute or egg
whites (use one extra egg)
for the eggs, add 1 table-
spoon flour and water as
the package directs. Treat
pans with cooking spray.

CHOCOLATE
SHADOW CAKE
1 package devil's food
cake mix
Marshmallow frosting
Chocolate glaze
Prepare cake mix as
'package directs or follow
recipe for fat and choles-
terol-free cake.
Bake in two 8-inch or 9-
layer cake pans.
Frost with marshmallow
frosting and drizzle around
cake about 2-inches from
the edge with chocolate
glaze.

MARSHMALLOW
FROSTING
When I originally found
this recipe, using a raw egg
white was no problem. With
the threat of salmonella
ever-present, it is best to use
powdered egg whites. They
can be found in the super-
market.
This frosting will not hold
up in high humidity, so
make it in dry weather or
when the air conditioner is
on. It can be tinted with
food coloring if you choose.


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Reno J. Cipollini

Reno Cipollini, age 82,
of Vero Beach, died Fri-
day, Jan. 26, 2007, at Indi-
an River Medical Center
in Vero Beach. He was
born in New Haven,
Conn., and was a resident
of Vero Beach for six
years, coming from Fort
Pierce.
He served in the U.S.
Army during World War II.
He was the son of
Anthony Cipollini, and
Frances (Ferri) Cipollini.
He is survived by his
,wife of 58 years, Gloria
SCipollini.


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It is best to frost the cake no
more than two hours before
serving. Do not refrigerate.
2 egg whites or
equivalent of powdered
egg whites
1/4-teaspoon salt
1/4-cup sugar
3/4-cup clear corn syrup
1/4-teaspoon vanilla
Beat egg whites and salt
together using an electric
mixer until whites and
frothy. If using powdered
egg whites, follow instruc-
tion on package to reconsti-
tute. Gradually beat in sugar
until smooth and glossy.
Beat in corn syrup a little at
a time, beating to firm
peaks. Fold in vanilla.

CHOCOLATE GLAZE
1/2 tablespoon butter (1-
1/2 teaspoons) or butter
substitute
3-1/2 tablespoon cocoa
1/2 cup sifted confection-
er's sugar
2-1/2 tablespoon hot milk


or more
Dash of salt
Melt butter. Sift dry
ingredients together. Mix
with butter and milk. At first
mixture will be stiff. Do not
add any more milk until
blended thoroughly. Add
more milk only if mixture is
too stiff. A glaze must be a
little thinner than a frosting
but not so thin that it runs
down onto the plate.
When a recipe is not in my
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next to the title.
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Spirit Guide
From page B4
call earthly challenges.
The Spirit Guide column
is devoted to finding
spiritual solutions to
earthly challenges. So, here
is how it goes.
First, "How can I free the
chains that bind me?"
Let's identify what the
chains are. They are: anger,
disease, guilt, fear, impa-
tience, addictions, compul-
sions, hunger, judgment,
lack of forgiveness and
sadness that started out
and were allowed to take
root and grow in the mind
and ego.
If these negatives are
allowed to continue to
grow, soon they reach into
the heart and take root.
Sometimes the taproot can
work its way into the soul.
We have allowed negativity
of our own or others
making to enslave us. We
feel powerless over our own
lives. Have you ever been


there? Are you there now?
This condition can be fixed.
It all comes down to the
choices we make. Feed the
negatives and increase the
negatives. Feed the posi-
tives and increase the
positives. Wise choices
come when the heart is
open and we listen to and
trust our inner guidance
and gut instincts which
always speak first, before
the head gets in the way
and talks us out of the
wonderful inner truth.
The easiest way to
change is to get an idea of
something positive we
want. Then pull it out of the
mind and write it down.
This is like planting a seed.
You can see, feel and touch
the written words.
Nothing grows without a
seed. It's been said that if
you affirm an idea out loud
for 21 days, you will begin
to see signs that it has taken


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root, has a blessing on it
and wants to bring you the
created form of the idea.
You must surrender it to the
universe, wait and trust the
higher power.
Then, once it has given
birth, rear it like you would
a child and help it grow
strong, bloom, become
fruitful and bring you the
desired rewards.
Now you have created
something of much greater
value than the old negative
habit. Stop feeding the old
habit until it loses its power
over you. Now you are free
at last.
Second, "How Can I Live
a pain free life? There are
many different kinds of
pain. The most common
are physical, mental,
emotional and spiritual.
Sometimes, a slow, dull
achy pain can set in our
bodies and we don't even
know we have it. Pain is
caused by a short circuit in
our electrical nerve system.
If you were to.touch the two
polls of a battery together, it
would quickly burn out and
lose all of its energy charge.
The same with the body. I
am not a doctor and can't
give medical advice, but I
do know that pain in the
neck, back, hips or legs is
usually caused by the
bones being out of joint
and putting pressure on the
nerves. Getting the bones
back in place and strength-
ening the muscles that
surround them is the first
step toward relieving the
pain.
Then, this newfound
well-being makes the mind
and heart work better. You
have more energy and feel
younger. Other areas in the
body now have a chance to
regenerate and heal. Your
spirit comes aliveand
begins to bring up new
ideas for an active new life.
Now it's time to create new
causes that give you a
"chain-free and pain-free
life."
Isn't this the way you
truly want to live? You can
do it. You were born to live a
long, healthy, pain-free,
. abundant and happy life.
No one can do this for you
Sbut you. The potential lives
inside you. Go in, bring it,
out and set it free.
Once this high quality life
is on the way, you will begin
to find true love, respect,
honor and.human dignity.


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You are an heir to the
unlimited riches of the
universe.
First, take care of your
own and family needs first.
You did most of the hard
work to get here.
Next save for a secure
future.
Then give back to those
who inspired you and were
a light unto your path.Take
care of your spiritual family
and help keep them going.
Then when others hungry
to learn see your light, give
back. Teach them. Keep the
timeless truths going. This
rippling effect is the hope of
the world today and in the
future.
From it emerges love,
peace, health, abundance,
faith, joy and renewed life.
One person can make a
difference. That person is
you.
My greatest desire is that
you find all these things
and more, today and for all
your future days to come.
The greatest news is that
the best is yet to come.
More next week.

Soul to soul
If you have been helped
by this column, please tell
your family and friends. It
is on the web. Type in
myhometownnews. net.
Hit Counselors/Advise on
the left menu. A new Spirit
Guide column comes out
each Friday. The new
Spirit Guide Collection
Volume Three of the past
year-and-a-half columns
Sis now available. Those of
you who purchased
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want to add this latest one
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Until next time, never
give up OM'your dream,
your puliibse and your
passion. Tust in the
universe, follow your heart
and keep on keeping on.
The Spirit Guide
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Deaths
From page B5
Arrangements were
under the direction of All
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Crematory, 1010 North-
west U.S. 1, Stuart

Howard William
Flanary
Howard W. Flanary, 79,
of Vero Beach, died, Fri-
day, Jan. 26, 2007, at the
Indian River Medical Cen-
ter in Vero Beach.
Mr. Flanary was born
Sept. 30, 1927, in Baldwin,
N.Y., and moved to Vero
Beach in 1990, from his
place of birth.
He worked for the Long
Island Lighting Co. before
his retirement after 40
years of service.
Mr. Flanary was of the
Lutheran Faith, and a vet-
eran of World War II, serv-
ing in the U.S. Army. He
was a member of the Elks
Lodge in Vero Beach.
He is survived by his
wife of 56 years, Nancy
Anne Flanary, of Vero
Beach; two sons, Howard
W. Flanary Jr. of Bridgewa-
ter, Va. and Robert J. Fla-
nary of Sebastian; and
eight grandchildren.
The family received
friends from 1 to 3 p.m.,
Tuesday, Jan. 30, at the
Cox-Gifford-Seawinds
Funeral Home, followed
by a memorial service at 3
p.m.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Elks
Lodge, 1350 6th St., Vero
Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements were
under the direction of
Cox-Gifford-Seawinds
Funeral Home and Cre-
matory, Vero Beach.
Condolences may be
sent through www.sea-
windsfh. com/obit.php.

Helen E. McKeel
Helen E. McKeel, 88, of
Melbourne, died, Tuesday,
Jan. 23, 2007, at Carnegie
Gardens in Melbourne.
Mrs. McKTeel was born
Oct. 28, 191c "Troy, Pa.,
and lived in Vero Beach
for 15 years, before mov-
ing to Melbourne in 1991
She was a licensed prac-
tical nurse in Buffalo, N.Y.
before retiring, and was a
member of the First
Church of the Nazarene in
Vero Beach.
She is survived by a sis-
ter, Mary Krueger of Palm
Bay; a brother, Fred McK-
eel of Palm Bay; and many
nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by
a brother, Charles McKeel.
The family received
friends from 10 to 11 a.m.,
Friday, Jan. 26, with the
funeral service starting at
11 a.m. at the Davis-Sea-
winds Funeral Home, 560
Montreal Avenue, Mel-
bourne.
Interment followed at
Crestlawn Cemetery in
Vero Beach.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the First
Church of the Nazarene,
1280 27th Ave., Vero
Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements were
under the direction of


Cox-Gifford-Seawinds
Funeral Home and Cre-
matory, Vero Beach.
Condolences may be
sent through www.sea-
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Mildred U. McStoker
Mrs. Mildred U. McStoker,
94, of Nalcrest, died Mon-
day, Jan. 22, 2007, at Atlantic
Health Care, Vero Beach.
Mrs. McStoker was born
Sept. 29, 1912, in New York,
N.Y.
She is survived by her
daughter, Mildred M.
Schaaf, ofVero Beach.
A Mass of Christian Burial
was held at 10:30 a.m.,
Wednesday, Jan. 24, at Holy
Cross Catholic Church Vero
Beach.
Arrangements were by
Strunk Funeral Home Vero
Beach.

Richard Christopher
Morgan

Richard Christopher Mor-
gan, 59, of Kissimmee, died
on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2007.
Mr. Morgan was born
August 19,1947, in NewYork
City, N.Y., and moved toVero
Beach 10 years ago from
Atlanta, Ga., before moving


to Kissimmee.
He operated his own
accounting firm, and was a
veteran of the Vietnam War,
serving in the U.S. Navy.
He is survived by his
father, John R. Morgan, of
Vero Beach; three brothers,
Vincent E Morgan, of Holli-
daysburg, Pa., John R. Mor-
gan of Warrenton, Va., and
Thomas McCarthy, of
Miami; and a sister, Angela
L. Morgan, ofVero Beach.
He was predeceased by
his mother, Maria Carmen
Morgan on Nov. 20,2006.
No services are planned
at this time. Interment will
be at Crestlawn Cemetery in
Vero Beach.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Mercers-
burg Academy, 300 East
Seminary Street, Mercers-
burg, PA 17236.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home
and Crematory, Vero Beach,
Florida.
Condolences may be sent
through www.seawindsfh.
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80, of Vero Beach, died Fri-
day, Jan. 19, 2007, at his
home.
Mr. Morris was born Feb.
22, 1926, in Lindenhurst,
N.Y, and moved to Vero
Beach five years ago, from
Tucson, Ariz.
He was a member of Holy
Cross Catholic Church in
Vero Beach, a veteran of
World War II, serving in the
U.S. Navy, and was a mem-
ber of the United States
Golf Association.
Mr. Morris spent 17 years
with Sports Illustrated in
New York, prior to becom-
ing president of Longs Fur-
niture in Coral Gables,
before his retirement.
He is survived by four
sons, Stuyvesant E Morris V
of Saratoga, N.Y, Charles
Morris, of Del Mar, Calif.,
Richard Morris, of Vero
Beach, and James Morris of


Sebastian; a brother, Van-
Buren Morris, of Glaston-
bury, Conn.; and four
grandchildren.
He was predeceased by
his wife of 50 years, Kather-


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A mass was celebrated at
2 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 23, at
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Marlene A. Nelson
Marlene A Nelson, lieu-
tenant commander,
U.S.Navy -Retired, 91, of
Vero Beach, died Sunday,
Jan. 21, 2007, at Holmes
Regional Medical Center in
Melbourne.
Ms. Nelson was born Feb.
9, 1915, in Delavan, Wis.,
and moved to Vero Beach in
1982, from Paddock Lake,
Wis.
Lt. Cmdr. Nelson was a
veteran of World War II,
serving in the U.S. Navy,
retiring from the U.S. Navy
in 1967. She went on to
serve as the State Director
ofVocational Rehabilitation
for the State of Illinois.
She was a member of the
Community Church-Unit-
ed Church of Christ in Vero
Beach, the National Reha-
bilitation Association, and
the Retired Officers Associ-
ation.
She is survived by several
cousins, including Elaine
Moss, of Barefoot Bay, and
JoEllen Diers, of Mel-
bourne.
A memorial service took
place at 1:30 p.m., Wednes-
day, Jan. 31, at the Grace
Chapel of Community
Church-United Church of
Christ in Vero Beach, with
the Rev. Gary Moore offici-
ating. Military honors were
by the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 3918 of Vero
Beach.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the charity
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under the direction of Cox-
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Home and Crematory, Vero
Beach.
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Leon Edwin Paszek
Leon E. Paszek, 76, of
Vero Beach, died, Sunday,
Jan. 21, 2007, at the Visiting
Nurse Association Hospice
House after a brief illness.
He was born Dec. 19,
1930, in Newark, N.J., and
moved to Vero Beach in
1999, from Mountainside,
N.J., but retained a summer
home in Spring Lake, N.J.
He attended St. Bene-
dict's Preparatory School,
Newark, N.J. and graduated
from Seton Hall University,
South Orange, N.J., with a
masters in chemistry.
He worked as a research
chemist for various New
Jersey companies, and held
several U.S. Patents in his
name.
He was a member of the
Air Masters R/C Air Plane
Club, the Knights of Colum-
bus, and a volunteer at the
Harbor Branch Oceano-
graphic Institute
Mr. Paszek was a member
of the Holy Cross Catholic
Church, Vero Beach.
He is survived by his wife,
Harriet Paszek, of Vero
Beach; a son, Peter Paszek,
of Duluth, Ga.; a. daughter,
Debbie (Fred) Boenig, of
Shark River Hills, Neptune,
N.J.; two grandsons, Jason
(Jennifer) Boenig, of Koko-
mo, Ind. and Zachary


(Shannon) Boenig, of
Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; and
two great-grandchildren,
Gavin Frederick and Emily
Pearl Boenig.
A Mass Of Christian Bur-
ial was held at noon, Satur-
day, Jan. 27, at Holy Cross
Catholic Church, Vero
Beach.
An additional memorial
service will be held at Stella
Maris Retreat Center, 981
Ocean Ave. Elberon, N.J.,
on Easter Monday April 9,
at 11 am.
All are invited to attend.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rial contributions may be
made to Staff Nurses at the
Visiting Nurse Association
Hospice House of Indian
River County, 1110 35th
Lane, Vero Beach, Florida
32960, in memory of Mr.
Paszek.
Arrangements were
under Strunk Funeral
Home Vero Beach.

Edward Rusin
Edward Rusin, 88, of Vero
Beach, died, Wednesday,
Jan .24, 2007, at his home.
Mr. Rusin was born Oct.
15, 1918, in Buffalo, N.Y.,
and moved toVero Beach in
2004, from Fort Myers.
He was a millwright for
Bethlehem Steel in Lack-
awanna, N.Y. prior to his
retirement. He was a veter-
an of World War II, serving
in the U.S. Army, and was a
member of the American
Legion in Vero Beach and
the Orioles in Sebastian.
He is survived by his wife,
Crystal Rusin, of Vero
Beach; a daughter, Carol


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grandsons; and three great-
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Memorial contributions
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Harriet Isabel Russo
Harriet I. Russo, 96, of
Sebastian, died Jan. 18,
2007, at Indian River Med-
ical Center, Vero Beach.
She was born June 20,
1910, in Teaneck, N.J., and
moved to Sebastian in 1990,
from Miramar.
Mrs. Russo was a manag-
er for a redemption center.
She was a member of St.
Sebastian Catholic Church,
Sebastian. She was active in
the church gift shop, a vol-
unteer at St. Vincent de
Paul, and a member of the
Adoration Society.
She is survived by a son,
Louis Russo of East North-
port, N.Y.; a daughter, Har-
riet Heuser, ofVero Beach; a
sister, Charlotte Kluba of
Port St. Lucie; eight grand-
children; 23 great-grand-
children; and nine great-
great-grandchildren.
She was predeceased by
her husband, Angelo Russo;
and a daughter, Cynthia
(Cindy) Coley.
A visitation was held
from 6 to 8 p.m., Saturday,
and Sunday, from 2 to 4,
and 6 to 8 p.m., at the
Strunk Funeral Home,
Sebastian.
A Mass Of Christian Bur-
ial was celebrated 9:30 a.m.,
Monday, Jan. 22, at Saint
Sebastian Catholic Church,
Sebastian. Entombment
followed at 2 p.m., at Forest
Lawn Memorial Gardens,
Davie.
Memorials may be made
to the Visiting Nurse Asso-
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Deaths
From page B8
Scholtes, 72, of Vero Beach,
died, Friday, Jan. 26, 2007,
at Tandem Health Care of
Vero Beach.
Mr. Scholtes was born Jan.
29, 1935, in Vero Beach and
moved back to Vero Beach
last July from Jacksonville.
He worked as a telegraph
operator for Atlantic
Seaboard Railroad for sever-
al years, and was a veteran
of the KoreanWar.
He is survived by three
sisters, Jo Frances Corbin of
Vero Beach, Mary Sessions
of Vero Beach and Celia
Smith of Sebastian.
No services are planned at
this time.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home
and Crematory, Vero Beach.
Condolences may be sent
through www.seawindsfh.
com/obit.php

Patricia J. Sidoruk
Patricia J. Sidoruk, 65 of
Vero Beach, died, Tuesday,
Jan. 16,2007, at home.
Mrs. Sidoruk was born
Jan. 27, 1941, in Bethpage,
N.Y., and moved to Vero
Beach six years ago, from
Huntington, N.Y.
She was an active mem-
ber and fundraiser for the
Democratic Women's Club,
and served on the Democ-
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ratic Executive Committee
of Indian River County. Mrs.
Sidoruk was a volunteer
with the Planned Parent
Hood of Indian River Coun-
ty, and wrote many editori-
als for the Press Journal.
She: is survived by her
husband, Walter Sidoruk, of
Vero Beach; a son, Trel
Sidoruk, of Northport, N.Y;
a daughter, Libra Grassi, of
Oyster Bay, N.Y.; four
granddaughters; and a
grandson.
The family received
friends at a memorial cele-
bration gathering from 4 to
7 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 20, at
the Cox-Gifford-Seawinds
Funeral Home in Vero
Beach.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Demo-
cratic Women's Club of Indi-
an River County, 1655 20th
St., Veyo Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements were
under the direction of Cox-
Gifford-Seawinds Funeral
Home and Crematory, Vero
Beach.
Condolences may be sent
through www.seawindsfh.
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Genevieve C. Silvano
Genevieve C. Silvano, 83,
of Isles of Vero, Vero Beach,
died, 'Wednesday, Jan. 24,
2007, at Indian River Med-
ical Center in Vero Beach.
Mrs. Silvano was born
July 23, 1923, in Albany,
N.Y., and moved to Vero


Beach two years ago from
Spanish Lakes Country
Club in Fort Pierce.
She was a member of St.
Helen Catholic Church in
Vero Beach, and Christian
Wives and Mothers in New
York. She was an active vol-
unteer in Catholic Charities
of NewYork, and the Ameri-
can Heart Association.
Mrs. Silvano was an
accomplished artist having
placed first in the Pratt-
Whitney Craft Show for sev-
eral years.
She is survived by her
husband of 62 years, Arthur
Silvano of Vero Beach; two
daughters, Ann Smith of
Albany, N.Y, and Mary Mal-
icki of Boynton Beach;
three grandchildren; and a
great-grandchild.
The family received
friends from 3 to 6 p.m., on
Saturday, Jan. 27, at the
Cox-Gifford-Seawinds
Funeral Home in Vero
Beach, with a prayer service
beginning at 5 p.m.
Mrs. Silvano was trans-
ferred to the Lasak-Gigliotti
Funeral Home in Albany for
services and interment at
Our Lady of Angels Catholic
Cemetery in Albany, N.Y.
Memorial contributions


may be made to the
National Shrine of Blessed
Kateri Tekakwitha, PO Box
627, Rt. 5, Fonda, N.Y.
12968.
Arrangements were
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Beach.
Condolences maybe sent
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Harold P. Vannah Jr.
Harold P Vannah Jr., 83,
of Vero Beach, died
Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2007, at
the Indian River Medical
Center in Vero Beach.
Mr. Vannah was born
March 12, 1923, in Gorham,
N.H., and moved to Vero
Beach in 1997, from Friend-
ship, Maine, and Bedford,
N.H.
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er, and owner of Pride of
the East Antiques .in Bed-
ford before his retirement.
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War II, serving in the Army
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Photo courtesy of the Exchange Club of Indian River
Darlene Dollins presents the Exchange Club's Student of the Quarter award to Indian
River Charter High School senior Adrian Figueroa.

Exchange club of Indian River

names charter school students


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
Adrian Figueroa, a sen-
ior at Indian River Charter
High School, was named
the school's student of the
quarter by the Exchange
Club of Indian River.
The award was present-
ed by Darlene Dollins,
chair of the club's charter
school awards committee.
Jonathan Sternberg, assis-
tant director of the char-
ter high school, accompa-
nied Mr. Figueroa to the
presentation at the club's
luncheon meeting Jan. 24,
at Culinary Capers.
Mr. Figueroa was hon-


ored for his many
achievements at the
school, and in the com-
munity. Last year he
received Indian River
Charter High School's
junior cub award, the
highest honor bestowed
on a student in the junior
class.
He has played soccer
with Sebastian Soccer
Association for the past
six years, and completed
88 hours of volunteer
service at Indian River
Memorial Hospital.
He has played drums
and keyboard for thirteen
years, and was a member


of the worship band at
Central Assembly's River-
side Church in Sebastian
for two years. He is the
assistant music director at
Amistad Cristiana, a
Spanish church at which
his father is pastor.
Alexandra Aversa, also
an Indian River Charter
High School senior, was
honored by the club as
the first student of the
quarter earlier this school
year.
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the Indian River Charter
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Tipping has become a
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part of your trip cost and
must be accounted for
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of budgeting for your
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us most when we are on
vacation. When it comes
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much to give someone for
a service provided with-
out offending them with
too little, or offending
myself by giving too
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hotel. If more services are
requested, such as assis-
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bothered by trivialities
and can focus instead on
more important things,
like enjoying your vaca-
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or when leaving from the
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interesting and confusing
with all of the services
that are offered or provid-
ed outright to you.
When you arrive at your
hotel after a long flight,
first things first: tip the
taxi or limo driver. Ten to
15 percent of your total
fare is usually expected;
some cities don't take
kindly to the 10 percent
tip factor even for
mediocre service, so read
the tea leaves well to
avoid an uncomfortable
situation and consider
taking the high road.
As distasteful as it can
sometimes be, a few
pennies more paid in a tip
to a disgruntled provider
may save you an embar-
rassing situation. If you
drive your own car, give
the valet parking atten-
dant $1 to $2. If you take a
shuttle van or bus, tip the
driver $2 per person.
The bellman, who will
be more than happy to
assist you with your bags
at the door, should
generally receive $1 to $2
per bag. Tips are appro-
priate when he shows you
to your room and again if
he assists you upon
checkout. Tip more if he
provides any additional
service.
The concierge, who can
get you anything from
dinner reservations to
hard-to-come-by theatre
tickets, deserves a little
more for his or her efforts,
generally a $5 to $10 for
such feats.
You may certainly
choose to be more gener-
ous if the feat or service
performed was extraordi-
nary. Sometimes it may be
appropriate to tip at the
time of service, but
sometimes it also may be
appropriate and conven-
ient to do so at the end of
the trip.
When requesting room
service, add 15 percent of
the bill, but pay careful
attention to the bill to
make certain that a
gratuity (often more than
15 percent) is not already
factored into the price. If
such a gratuity is already
included, you may, as a
token gesture, add $1 or
$2 to the bill; however,
this is not required.
If you requested some-
thing delivered to your
room, such as a hairdryer
or iron, tip $1 per item
received.
Typically, the maid
deserves a $1-$2 tip each
day, as well. Finally, if you
are a frequent visitor to a
specific location or
activity, a $20 tip added to
your bill may serve to
ensure good service on
future visits and through-
out your stay.

Tours

On a tour, if a tip is not
automatically included,
you may be comfortable
in tipping the tour guide
$1 for a half-day tour, $2
for full-day tour and
-anywhere from $5-$10 for
a weeklong tour. On a
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS business professionals, Sebastian River High Beach High School
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Travel
From page C2


guide more and consider
all of the little things that
were provided or offered
that made your tour more
enjoyable or informative.
Cruises
On many cruise lines
tips can be pre-paid
according to a fixed
schedule of tipping
designed by the cruise
line. If this option is not
chosen, when on a cruise,
tip according to your
comfort level and only on
the last evening of your
cruise.
As a general rule, dining
room waiters receive
$3.50 per person/per day,
whereas the dining room
busboy should receive $2
per person/per day. The
room steward, for all his
efforts, receives $3.50 per
person/per day. Other
personnel, such as bar
waiters, bellboys and deck
stewards may be tipped as
service is rendered.
Restaurants
Generally, excellent
service will be awarded
Sby a generous tip that
ranges around 20 percent
of the total bill.
However, most restau-
rants in the United States
accept 15 percent as the
standard tip. Unfortu-
nately, this level tip is
expected even when less
than the expected level
and quality of service is
provided.
In restaurants where
you sit at the bar, or
where the waiter plays a
small part of the meal
service experience (cafes
or pubs), 10 percent is
acceptable. The bar-
tenders, themselves,
generally receive between
15 and 20 percent when
you sit at the bar.
If the food or service is
unsatisfactory, speak to
the manager. Don't walk
out without tipping. Also,
pay attention to lunch'
and dinner bills at home


and when traveling
abroad, as some restau-
rants tack on an addition-
al 15 percent (usually
listed on the menu or
check as a "service
charge") and do not
expect tips.
Ever wonder just how
much the suave gentle-
man slipped into the hand
of the maitre d' for finding
that last open table?
Well, at fancy restau-
rants, a tip between $5
and $10 is in line with
generally acceptable
standards, certainly more
when the restaurant is full
and you have no reserva-
tions. Tip $1 for each coat
checked, and another 50
cents to $1 for restroom
attendants.
As for wine service that
you have requested, opt
for 10 percent of the wine
bill and you should be
spared from any raised
eyebrows from an unhap-
py wine steward.
Tipping has become a
universal activity and is
generally expected by
service providers for each
amenity or service they
render. There are.times
when the idea of reward-
ing someone for poor
service simply because it
is expected can rub us the
wrong way, and it should.
However, when such a
situation arises, it is best
to leave a moderate tip
and politely inform the
establishment's owner or
manager of the situation
that warranted the less-
than-abundant reward left
at your table. You will
actually be helping the
business maintain its


reputation for quality by
so doing.
I hope that these "tips"
for tipping, will give you a
general idea of the stan-
dard tipping rate for
different stops along your
journey. Armed with these
"tips" you should be well
prepared to accurately
and fairly reward those
who serve you along your
route.
Of course, you are
always welcome to tip
more when the service is
excellent, and when you


do, you are sure to see the
red carpet treatment all
the way, giving you the
satisfaction of a "tip" well
spent and will contribute
towards your happy
travels.

Geraldine Blanchard is a
travel consultant with
Global Tours and Travel at
559 W. Eau Gallie Blvd.
Melbourne. She can be
reached at (321) 676-6040
or gerry@globaltours.com.
For information, visit
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VERO BEACH The
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County will hold an
instructional class on a
therapy for Parkinson's
patients. It will be taught
by John Argue.
Mr. Argue, an educator,
writer, and producer from
California, is recognized
by national Parkinson's
organizations for his work
on teaching movement
and voice classes for peo-
ple with Parkinson's dis-
ease. Also, for developing
training regimes that can
delay and reverse symp-
toms.
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coordination and intelligi-
bility of speech. The
method's strategy empha-
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member of the school's
peer tutoring program,
the school homecoming
and prom committees,
and of pals and partners
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symptoms.
The method can also
prevent falls and improve
facial expressions. The
exercises taught are
derived from yoga, tai chi,
and dance.
Mr. Argue will speak to
patients, caregivers and
therapists about his pro-
gram.
Founded in 1982, the
Alzheimer / Parkinson
Association of Indian River
County seeks to educate
and support caregivers,
medical professionals,
patients and family mem-
bers affected by these neu-
rodegenerative diseases by
holding monthly educa-
tional meetings and sup-
port groups.
Currently, two classes
utilizing the John Argue
method are offered weekly
by the Association, with
support from Sunshine
Therapy.
The class for Parkinson's
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will be given from 2:30 to
5:30 p.m., at the Vero
Beach Community Center,
located at 2266 14th Ave.,
on Monday, Feb. 26.
Reservations are
required and the suggest-
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make reservations, call
(772) 563-0505, or email
info@alzpark.org


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SATURDAY, FEB. 10
*The Mended Hearts-
. Chapter #235 Cardiac Sup-
;port Group will hold, a
Meeting at Christ-By-The-
: Sea United Methodist
Church, 3755 A1A, Vero
Beach.
For information, call the
Indian River Medical Center
cardiac rehabilitation
department, at (772) 567-
4311, ext. 2410.
+ St. Augustan of Canter-
bury Episcopal Church will
have a rummage sale from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m., at the church
parish hall, located at 475
43rd Ave., inVero Beach.
Items will include cloth-
ing, electronics, sporting
goods, books and appli-
ances.
For information, call (772)
770-3494 or (772) 460-0364.
*The Indian River
Genealogical Society will
present a Valentine geneal-
ogy seminar from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m., at the Richardson
Center, Indian River Com-
munity College, Mueller
Campus.
The cost of tickets is $35
for members, and $40 for
nonmembers. Lunch will
be served.
For tickets and informa-
tion, go to our web site
IRGS.org, contact Pete
Kersey at (772) 562-3936,
cell (772)
532-3425, or go to
petenoel@comcast.net.
SUNDAY, FEB. 11
The Indian River alum-
nae club of Pi Beta Phi, will
host the Ring Ching Fling
cocktail party, for members
of and their husbands and
guests, at 5 p.m., at the Vero
Beach home of Ann and
SRoger Day. ,^
For information, direc-
tions, and reservations, call
SBarbie Ruth at; (772) 567-'
8272.
*A Polo match will be
held at Pointe West's Event
Field, in Vero Beach at 2
p.m. The gate opens at 1
p.m. admission is $10 for
adults. Children 12 and
under are free. Reserved
tailgate spaces are available
for $50 by calling (772) 778-
2224. Bleachers are provid-
ed, but chairs and picnics
are encouraged. Food and
beverages are available for
purchase: Enter off State
Road 60 between 74th and
82nd Avenues.
For information, or in case
of rain call (772) 778-2224
after 10 a.m., on Sunday

MONDAY, FEB. 12
*The International Club
will meet at 7 p.m.. at the
Riverhouse, Acacia Road, in
Vero Beach.
Tickets cost $5 for mem-
bers and their guests, and
$8 for n on-members.
.For information, call Don-
ald Whittaker, at (772) 231-
7519.


TUESDAY, FEB. 13
*The Treasure Coast
Retired Physicians Associa-
tion will hold a sweetheart
luncheon at noon, at the
Vero Beach Yacht Club.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call (772) 231-6045.
*The Life Recovery Cen-
ter will have an appeal
hearing before the Indian
River Board of County
Commissioners, at 9 a.m. in
the commission chambers
of the county administra-
tion building at 1840 25th
St. in Vero Beach.
For information, call (772)
978-0601.
*The Genealogical Soci-
ety will hold a meeting at
the main library in Vero
Beach, located at 1600 21st
St., at 9:30 a.m.
The keynote speaker will
be Pam Cooper.
For information, call Mary
Mitchell, at (772) 231-0203.

THURSDAY, FEB. 15
*The Indian River
chapter of the National
Organization for Women
is having a birthday cele-
bration for Susan B.
Anthony (born Feb. 15,
1820), from 4 to 5:30 p.m.,
at the Clubhouse Bar &
Grill, 4000 Atlantic Blvd.,
Vero Beach.
RSVP to Linda Hengerer,
at (772) 794-7773.
* The 14th annual din-
ner gala of the Samaritan
Center is being held at the
Holy Cross Parish Hall,
located at 500 Iris Lane
inVero Beach.
Tickets will be $150 per
person.
For information, contact
Anne Keeney at (772) 539-
2587, Dyan Chester at
(772) 532-1188, or e-mail


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*The Vero Beach Orchid
Society will meet at 7
p.m., at the Indian River
Library, located at 1600
21st St., Vero Beach.
For information, call
Donald Whittaker at (772)
231-7519.
*USA Dance will host a
Valentine's Day dance at
the Heritage Center, 2140
14th Ave., Vero Beach.
A dance lesson is sched-
uled from 7 to 8 p.m., and
general dancing will con-
tinue until 10 p.m.
The cost of the tickets is
$8 for members, or $10 for
non-members.
'For information, call
(772) 569-5336, e-mail
Chervlisola@msn.com, or


visit the web site at
www.verodance.org

SATURDAY, FEB. 17
*A St. Patrick's Day
parade, sponsored by Betty
and Noel Cochrane of the
Irish Treasures Shop will be
held at 10 a.m. The parade
route will be along Ocean
Drive from Flamevine to
Azalea, inVero Beach.
All who wish to promote
Irish culture on the Treasure
Coast are invited to take
part.
Participants may walk or
ride. Bands and floats are
welcome.
Those who wish to partic-
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Beach Opera, and the Vero
Beach Museum of Art will
present a special Winter
2007 Opera Studies pro-
gram, "An Afternoon with
Richard Tucker," on Sun-
day, Feb. 18, at 1 p.m., at
the Vero Beach Museum of
Art's Leonhardt Auditori-
um.
James A. Drake, the offi-
cial biographer of the leg-
endary American tenor,
Richard Tucker, and friend
of the Tucker family, will
interview Mr. Tucker's son,
Barry Tucker, onstage
between audio and video
excerpts of Richard Tuck-
er's performances.


'To have the son of Richard Tucker, the
internationally known, legendary American
tenor, here for a lecture on his father is really
quite remarkable,"

Joan Ortega-Cowan
president


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show segments from the
1972 Metropolitan Opera
telecast of Richard Tucker's
performance in "I Pagliac-
ci," one of the very first of
the "Live from the Metro-
politan" TV series. These
segments have never been
seen publicly.
Barry Tucker is the head
of the Richard Tucker
Foundation, a nonprofit


cultural organization with
headquarters in New York
City. This Foundation is
designed to perpetuate the
memory of the great
American tenor principal-
ly through the support and
advancement of the
careers of promising and
talented American singers.
"To have the son of
Richard.Tucker, the inter-
nationally known, leg-
endary American tenor,
here for a lecture on his
father is really quite
remarkable," says Joan
Ortega-Cowan, president
of the Vero Beach Opera.
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only the most famous
American tenor who ever
lived, but he performed
with some.of the greatest
opera sitigrs of the 20th
century," she said.
His son attended those
performances around the
world, and is the head of
the Tucker; Foundation in
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
-The School District of
Indian River County has
named five finalists for
2007 School-Related
Employee of the Year. They
are:


*Anthony Beachum,
school resource officer,
Gifford Middle School
S*Elizabeth Gioffre, sec-
retary, Highlands Elemen-
tary
*Sandra Czarnecki,
teacher assistant,
Sebastian Elementary
*Barbara Musselwhite,


supervisor, extended day
adult education
*Donna Ravi Annam;
webmaster curriculum and
instruction
Thirty nominees were
selected by their peers,
based upon contributions
they make to their school
or worksite which promote


student learning, positive
relationships with parents,
students, coworkers, and
community members, and
safe schools.
The nominees, accom-
panied by their supervi-
sors, were honored at a
breakfast at Vero Beach
High School's Half Hour


Inn.
School Board Chairman,
Carol Johnson, 2006
school-related employee of
the year, Deborah Law, and
superintendent, Duncan
N. P "Pat" Prichett, were
guest speakers.
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Calendar
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Noel, at (772) 492-0523.
*The United Methodist
Women of Christ By the
Sea, North A1A between
Fiddlewood and Greytwig,
in Vero Beach, will hold its
annual trash and treasure
sale and silent auction,
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m..
Donations may be
brought to the church
beginning on Monday, Feb-
ruary 12, from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m.
*The United Way 21st
Annual Citrus Golf Classic
will be held at Sandridge
Golf Club, located at 5300
73rd St., inVero Beach.
Registration begins at 7
a.m., with a shotgun start at
7:45 a.m.
Tickets are $100 per per-
son.
For information, call (772)
567-8900.
* The Vero Beach Branch
of the American Associa-
tion of University Women
will hold its 25th annual
book author luncheon at
noon, at Bent Pine Golf
Club, 6001 Clubhouse Dr.,
Vero Beach.
Books will be available for
sale and signing after 11
a.m., and after the lunch-
eon.
Tickets are $45.
For information, call (772)
569-254.

SUNDAY, FEB. 18.
*The Florida Irish-Amer-
ican Society, will host a
spaghetti dinner.
The clubhouse, located at
1316 20th St., Vero Beach,
will open at 4;p.m., dinner
will be at 5 p.m., and live
music with the
Keynotes/Notables starts at
6p.m.
Tickets cost $10 for mem-
bers or $12 for non-mem-
bers, and may be obtained
from Betty Hasko (772) 589-
4609.

SUNDAY, FEB. 18,
AND MONDAY,
FEB. 19
*The Temple Beth
Shalom Sisterhood annual
Bazaar/Rummage Sale will
be held from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., at 43rd Avenue and
4th St., Vero Beach,
Artwork, jewelry, books,
linens, housewares, furni-
ture, sporting goods, toys
and knick-knacks will be




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*Vero Heritage USO din-
ner dance will be held at the
Heritage Center, located at
2140 14th Ave., Vero Beach,
beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets cost $50 per per-
son, and can be purchased
at the Heritage Center.
Tickets must be purchased
in advance.
For information, call (772)
770-2263.

ONGOING EVENTS
The Vero Beach Book
Center and Children's
Store, located at 2145 Indi-
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Story Hour" on Fridays in
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*The Vero Beach Rail-
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downtown Vero Beach was
originally built in 1903. It is
on the National Register of
Historic Places, and is open
Monday through Friday
from 10 a. m. to 4 p.m.
Visitors can tour the
exhibit center, and get a
glimpse of the local history
from prehistoric times
through World War II.
There is a model train dis-
play that offers panoramic
views of historical sites in
Indian River County.
The Railroad Station is
located at 2336 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach.
For information, call (772)
778-3435.
*USA Dance, Vero Beach
Chapter #6070: Hosts "The
Dance" Thursday, Dec. 21,


at the Heritage Center, 2140
14th Ave., Vero Beach, locat-
ed next to the Community
Center and Pocahontas
Park.
Singles and couples are


welcome. The cost is $10 for
guest (non-members) and
$8 for members.
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p.m. Music will be provided
by the Dynamics.
For information, call (772)
569-5336.
*Indian River County
Historical Society: The
1903 Vero Beach Train Sta-
tion houses the Historical
Society Exhibition Center
and is open Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 10
a.m. to 1 p.m., at 2336 14th
Ave., Vero Beach.
For information, call (772)
778-3435.
*Indian River County
Historical Society: pre-
serves the artifacts, sites
and structures related to


Indian River County her-
itage. The society also pro-
vides a map and directions
to sites of historic interest
throughout the county.
The 1903 Vero Beach Train
Station houses the Histori-
cal Society Exhibition Cen-
ter and is open Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 10
a.m. to 1 p.m., at 2336 14th
Ave.,Vero Beach.
For information, call (772)
778-3435.
*The Heritage Bluegrass
Band: The Heritage Blue-
grass Band performs every
Tuesday night, from 7:30 to
10p.m.
There is no admission
charge and donations are
appreciated. Light refresh-
ments are available.
The Heritage Center is
located at 2140 14 Ave.,
Vero Beach
*Vero Beach Museum
exhibitions of international,
national, and state impor-
tance are shown through-
out the year in four gal-
leries.
The museum also houses a
gift shop store and is the
largest teaching museum
school in Florida. It is locat-


ed at 3001 Riverside Park
Drive, Vero Beach.
For information, call (772)
231-0707
*Vero Beach Green Mar-
ket: The Green Market is
held every Tuesday from 3
to 7 p.m. Find plants, fruits
and vegetables, seafood,
herbs, coffee, freshly made,
donuts, hand milled soaps,
lotions, teas, and on occa-
sion, artisan sausages and
cured meats, fresh local
eggs, home made doggie
treats, and much more.
The market is located at
the corner of 14th Avenue
and 21st Street in front of
the Heritage Centre.
*Weekly programs from
the Children's department
of the Indian River County
Main Library in Vero
Beach:
*Mondays: 10 to 10:30
a.m. Story time for 18-
month to 3-year-olds. The
program features age
appropriate stories, books,
songs, rhymes and a craft
*Mondays: 11:00-11:45
a.m. Story time for 3 to 5-
year-olds. The programs
features age appropriate
stories, books, songs,


rhymes and a craft.
*Wednesdays: 10 to 10:30
a.m. Story time for 18-
month to 3-year-olds. The
program features age
appropriate stories, books,
songs, rhymes and a craft.
Wednesday: 10 to 10:30
a.m. Story time for 18
month to 3 year olds. The
programs features age
appropriate stories, books,
songs, rhymes and a craft.
*Wednesdays: 2:30 to
3:30 p.m. An after School
Program will be held for
first through sixth graders.
This program features sto-
ries, creative dramatics,
games and crafts.
*Thursdays: 6 to 6:45
p. m., Pajama Time for 2 to
8-year-olds. The program
features age appropriate
stories, books, songs,
rhymes and a craft. Pajamas
are encouraged, but not
required.
*Fridays: 10 to 11 a.m.
Books and Babies from
birth to 18-month-olds.
This lap-sit program begins
with 15 to 20 minutes of
songs, rhymes, finger plays
and short books. This is fol-
lowed by 40 to 45 minutes
of group play. Toys are pro-
vided.
For information contact
Patti Fuchs at (772) 770-
5060 ext 131.
*Guided Kayak Tours:
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event is being held to
increase public aware-
ness, and provide edu-
cational resources for
at-risk, low income chil-
dren in Indian River
County.
An estimated 100
exotic vehicles will be
on display, from Lam-
borghinis to Porsches.
The styles, the features,
and the details on these
cars are incredible.
Families may attend
this festival under the
Oaks at Riverside Park,
with food and refresh-
ments on sale from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m., on Satur-
day, Feb. 17. A Rain date
of Feb. 18 has been set,
if necessary.
Admission is $5.00,
children under 12 are
free.
Mr. Robert Ottesen,
Gifford Youth Activity
Center fundraising
chair, has enlisted exot-
ic car dealers from Bre-
vard to Dade County to
participate in this
event.
An estimated 750
exotic car enthusiasts
are expected to attend,
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The goal of this event
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Center's mission to
enhance the academic
achievement of the low
income students it
serves, and raise funds
to provide greater
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Reservations are
required. Space is limited
to 12 participants.
For more information call
(772) 234-3436.
*Indian River Citrus
Museum: tells the story,
and preserves the artifacts,
photographs and memora-
bilia of the pioneers who
established the most dis-
tinguished citrus fruit in
the world, open Tuesday
through Friday 10 a.m. to 4
p.m., in the Heritage Cen-
ter, 2140 14th Ave., Vero
Beach.
For more information call


(772) 770-2263.
.*McKee Botanical Gar-
den: Is an 18-acre botanical
garden listed on the
National Register of His-
toric Places and endorsed
by The Garden Conservan-
cy.
This lush Florida ham-
mock offers a diverse
botanical collection, as well
as several restored archi-
tectural treasures, the Hall


of Giants and Spanish
Kitchen. Self-guided tours
are available Tuesday
through Saturday from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday
from noon to 5 p.m. It is
closed Mondays and major
holidays. Admission is $6
for adults, $5 for seniors
and $3.50 for children. It is
located at 350 U.S. 1, Vero
Beach. It also has a gift
shop, library and caf6.


For information, call
(772) 794-0601, or
www.mckeegarden.org.
*Mc Larty Treasure
Museum: features treas-
ures discovered from
ancient Spanish ships
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VERO BEACH Indian
River County Medical
Society officers for 2007
were installed at the gener-
al membership meeting
held Jan. 23 at the Dodger-
town Conference Center.


The oath of office was
given by Dr. Patrick Hutton.
Dr. Hutton is the current
president of the Florida
Medical Association.
In addition, Dr. Daniel
Thornton, a pediatrician,
received an honorary life-
time membership in the
Florida Medical Associa-
tion. Dr. Thornton has
been a member of the
Florida Medical Associa-
tion and the Indian River
County Medical.Society for
35 years.


Dr. JeffreyA. Livingston is
the society's new president.
Dr. Livingston practices
otolaryngology at Proctor,
Baggett, Livingston and
Yoon, P.A., inVero Beach.
Dr. Michael Wein, was
installed as vice president,
Dr. Nancy O. Baker, as sec-
retary and Dr. James J. Pres-
ley, as treasurer.
Outgoing president, Dr.
Judy M. Linger, will remain
on the board of directors as
the immediate past presi-
dent.

Calendar
From page C9
Admission is $1 for ages 6
years and older. Located at
13180 A1A, Vero Beach,
north of County Road 510.
For information, call
(772) 589-2147
*ORCA: Enjoy the Oslo
Riverfront Conservation
Area, 350 acres along the
Indian River Lagoon in
southern Indian River
County.
The trail system takes
you through a variety of
distinct natural communi-
ties. A canopy of live oaks,
orchids, wild coffee bush-
es, mangrove wetlands and
wildlife are part of the
experience. There is a bird
watching observation plat-
form and tower and the
"Awesome Pine," the'
largest slash pine tree in
the world. Park is open
daily from dawn to dusk,
with weekly and monthly-
guided nature walks. There
is no admission charge.
For information, call


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From page C6
financial support to non-members.
upcoming young artists. To register for this, and
Individual tickets are $15 future Opera Studies pro-
for Vero Beach Museum of grams, call the museum at
Art Members, and $20 for (772) 231-0707.


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*Seagrass Awareness
2007 Calendar: The calen-
dar was produced by the
efforts of volunteers and
sponsors and all proceeds
will go- to local organiza-
tions aiding in restoring
our local waters.
For information, call
Ronda at (772) 778-3044 or
Susan at (772) 234-8781.
*St. Sebastian River
Buffer Preserve: Hiking,
jogging, walking and
Nature study are permitted
throughout the preserve,
except in areas posted as
closed or restricted.
Access off County Road
512, just west of Sebastian
Middle School. The pre-
serve is open for daily use
only, except for overnight
camping by permit.
Contact the Preserve
Office to make camping
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YOUTHACVnIES & SPORTS


Team reverses trend


BY JOHN MACDONALD
Sports writer
VERO BEACH While
South Florida rarely expe-
riences drastic tempera-
ture changes when it
comes to its seasons, Car-
rie Nino is hoping a little
fall ball will help her team
weather a demanding
spring.
The Vero Beach softball
coach saw her team jump
out to an exciting 2-0 start
in 2006. They started out
by walloping Fort Pierce
Central 20-1 in the season
opener.
The Indians then came
back and took down Fort
Pierce Westwood 15-0, as
Michelle Kaiser tossed
her first career no-hitter.
Unfortunately, over the
next few months, the
team, which was devas-
tated by injuries, strug-
gled, winning just once
more, as the Indians fin-
ished with a 3-16 record.
Determined to erase the
pain of last season from
her players' minds, Nino
had her squad play
together this past fall.
"A majority of the girls
played together in fall
league," Nino said. "I
wanted them to have the
experience of playing
together as a team.
"I wanted to make sure
the girls kept softball on
their minds. Sixteen loss-
es are discouraging. I did-
n't want them to lose faith
in softball and lose faith
in themselves.
"A key to the game is the
mental aspect. If the kids
stay in mentally, they can


stay in the game."
The venture was met
with rave reviews, spark-
ing excitement for the
coming season.
"The fall ball was a good
thing for the season,"
Sarah Mitchell said. "All of
us got together and
played with each other. It
was a good experience.
"We were pretty suc-
cessful too."
The Indians will hope to
parlay that success into
wins this spring. Mitchell
will play a key role in that
happening.
The senior had the
highest batting average
on the team in 2005, and
the recent signee of IRCC
is hoping for one more
great high school cam-
paign.
"I want to do my best
and enjoy my last season
in high school," Mitchell
said.
"It looks like it going to
be a good year."
Mitchell returns to cen-
terfield where her defen-
sive prowess has made
her a threat to the opposi-
tion's offense.
"She does whatever it
takes out there," Nino
said. "She has good aim
and she chases down any-
thing that gets past her.
"She had a pretty solid
season last year. I'm more
confident with her play-
ing out there."
On a team that features
mostly underclassman,
Nino is also counting on
Mitchell's intangibles to
play a huge role.
"It's her fourth year on
varsity," Nino said. "The


other girl who's a senior,
it's her first year on varsi-
ty.
"The girls look to her for
her leadership and posi-
tivity."
Mitchell's senior pres-
ence will be key, especial-
ly on defense. In the other
two outfield positions,
Nino looks to start two
freshmen.
In left field, Amanda
Bieber will be splitting
time with fellow ninth-
grader Kate Burch.
"Amanda has good feet
on her side," Nino said.
"Kate has a really strong
arm.
"They're going to push
it hard and see who can
keep up the best.
"It will come down to at
bats. Whoever can per-
form better at the plate
will get the most playing
time."
In right field will be
April Petran.
"She has a pretty good
bat," Nino said. "I'm wait-
ing for her to break out
with something huge."
On the mound, Kaiser
returns to finish what she
started in 2006. The jun-
ior will share the hill with
sophomore Brooke
Shippee.
"They both worked
really hard in the off sea-
son to increase their
velocity and pitch selec-
tion," Nino said. "Hope-
fully, it will pay off this
year."
When not pitching,
Kaiser will see action at
first base.
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Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Vero Beach High School Lady Indian Sara Mitchell goes to the wall in center field during
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Basketball (Boys)
Melbourne Central
Catholic 60, St. Edward's 48
Treasure Lake Confer-
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Vero Beach 52, Jensen
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VB: 16-7 overall
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Basketball (Girls)
District Playoffs
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First Round
Vero Beach 52, Centenni-
al 34
VB: 11-15 overall.
Feb. 1
Basketball (Boys)
Florida Air Academy 66,
Vero Beach 54
VB: 16-8 overall.


Okeechobee 47, St.
Edward's 34
St. Ed's: 6-15 overall.
Basketball (Girls)
District 13-5A tourna-
ment
Semifinal
Sebastian River 64, Bay-
side 35
SR: 24-2 overall
Soccer (Boys)
Region 2-6A Quarterfinal
Vero Beach 2, Timber
Creek 1 (OT)
VB: 16-3-4 overall.
Region 4-5A Quarterfinal
Sebastian River 1, Martin
County 0
SR: 16-5-2 overall.
Region 2-2A Quarterfinal


St. Edward's 1, HolyTrini-
ty0
St. Ed's: 14-2-4 overall.
Feb. 2
Basketball (Boys)
Sebastian River 81, St.
Lucie West Centennial 37
SR: 15-10 overall.
Basketball (Girls)
District 6-6A Playoffs
Semifinal
Palm Bay 56, Vero Beach
26
VB: 11-16 overall.
Feb. 3
Basketball (Girls)
District 13-5A Playoffs
Championship Game
Sebastian River 65, Satel-
lite 39
SR: 25-2 overall.
Basketball (Boys)
Holy Trinity 46, St.
Edward's 26
St. Ed's: 6-16 overall.
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Payton, (named after
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BY JOHN MACDONALD
Sports writer
VERO BEACH Rick
Black had over 4,000 rea-
sons he wanted the Bears
to win the Super Bowl.
Determined to see his
beloved team play in the
most prestigious sporting
event in the world, the
Vero Beach resident
shelled out over $4,000 to
score a ticket.
"It's a once in a lifetime
thing," Black said. "They
might never make it
again."
After the Bears secured
their spot in the game by
beating the New Orleans
Saints in the NFC Champi-
onship, Black originally
planned to travel to Miami
to try and get tickets.


If he wasn't successful,
the next best thing would
be tailgating in the parking
lot with other Bears fans.
"My wife called and
found out you couldn't do
any of it," Black said. "You
have to have a ticket just
to get into the parking lot."
Undeterred, Black called
up a Bears fan club based
in Chicago.
"They gave me a num-
ber out of Milwaukee, Wis-
consin," Black said. "They
told me they had tickets
but in the $4,000-$12,000
range.
"I said for that price I
only want one. They said
they didn't know if they
had one by itself.
"I was on hold for five
minutes and when they
came back they said it's


your lucky day."
Black hoped his good
fortune would carry over
to the Bears, who were
making their first trip to
the big game since the
magical 1985 season that
culminated in a decisive
46-10 shellacking of the
New England Patriots in
Super Bowl XX.
"They were so good,"
Black .said of the 1985
squad.
After going 1-3 in the
preseason, "Da Bears" as
they would become
known, raced out to a 12-0
record. The most domi-
nant of those performanc-
es were back-to-back wins
at the end of November.
First, they shut out the
Cowboys 44-0 at Texas Sta-
dium. Chicago followed


that up with another
impressive outing, a 36-0
blanking of the Falcons at
Soldier Field.
Already drawing com-
parisons, to the undefeat-
ed Dolphins team of 1972,
the Bears put their streak
on the line against, ironi-
cally enough, Miami.
Unfortunately, Chicago
was not able to pull out
the win, losing 38-24.
"I watched that game in
a bar," Black said. "I wasn't
a Dolphins fan after that."
The Bears regrouped
and won their final three
games of the regular sea-
sori. It was more of the
same in the playoffs as
Chicago outscored the
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BY JOHN MACDONALD
Sports writer
VERO BEACH You can
excuse Dr. Sam Cassara's
throat for being a little
raspy.
And it has nothing to do
with the suddenly Siberian
weather.
The chiropractor who
doubles as the girls'
wrestling coach at Vero
Beach High School recent-
ly had good reason for
straining his vocal cords -
cheering on his squad to a
state championship.
"We just dominated all
year," Cassara said. I credit
that to all the girls' dedica-
tion and determination to
be a champion."
After finishing third at
state last season, the Indi-
ans used that disappoint-
ment as a motivating fac-
tor, sweeping all six
tournaments they entered
in before making their way
to Kissimmee.
"It was surprising first of
all," Cassara said. "The
closest in points from sec-
ond to first was 70 points
all year.
"You have to have skill
and a little bit of luck."
The Indians didn't need
any four-leaf clovers, com-
peting against the best
wrestlers in Florida. One
hundred thirty-one girls
from 46 schools took to the
mat, but Vero Beach
proved to be up to the test.


when they first announced
(the scores) we weren't
ahead by much. In the
end, we beat them all by
lot. We were over' 100
points ahead."


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Friday, February 9, 2007


D4 Vero Beach


"This is the first year we
had a complete team,"
Cassara said.
Leading the way for the
Indians was Janexis
Rodriguez. The third-year
wrestler brought a perfect
13-0 record into the tour-
nament.
Wrestling in the 114-
pound weight class, the
junior advanced all the
way to the finals before
finally being taken down.
Her performance was
still good enough to earn a
second-place finish.
Junior Macy Evans also
came in undefeated at 13-
0. The second-year
wrestler competing at 132
overcame Jasmine Parra of
Poinciana High School to
take home the crown.
Also competing in just
her second season, Mer-
cedes McKenzie brought a
stellar 7-3 record to state.
At 137, she made it to the
finals before running into
2006 state champion
Briesja Gallo of Osceola
High School.
The pride of the 147-
pound weight class,
Savanna Duffy came into
this season looking to
improve on a second-
place finish at state last
year.
The junior stormed
through the competition,
racing to a 10-0 record
during the year. At state,
Duffy continued her win-
ning ways, pinning Coral


Pitter to take home the
gold.
"She earned a title that
she'll carry with her the
rest of her life," Cassara
said. "It's an award that will
constantly remind her that
she met her goals and that
she is a person who can
find the determination to
meet those goals."
Duffy was happy to final-
ly get the so-called mon-
key off her back.
"It was great," Duffy said.
"I wanted to get first for
three years.
"It was also a big relief
after all that hard work to
get first."
Upstart Bridget Siers
looked to build on Vero's
momentum. Although
entering the tournament
with a 3-7 record, the jun-
ior advanced all the way to
the finals where she met
last year's state champ,
Katie Crouch.
Siers contest with the
defending titleholder
proved to be one of the
most entertaining of the
competition.
"It was the most exciting
match of the entire
match," Cassara said.
"Everybody was going
crazy. It kept going back
and forth with near pins.
"Katie avoided a. near
pin millimeters away from
the mat for 35 seconds. It
was the first time she was
close to being pinned."
Crouch eventually
pulled out the win, but
Siers earned a .well-
deserved second place.
Coming into this season,
half of Cassara's squad had
never wrestled before. One
of those was Kristine
Hamilton. At 173, she rum-
bled to a 3-1 record during
the year, showing signs of
what was to come at state.
Hamilton worked
through the brackets,
advancing all the way to
the semifinals. She lost a
tough match to Sarah
Combs from Barron-Col-
lier, putting her in the con-
solation round.
The junior took on Kris-
ten King from Seminole
High School, winning the
contest to earn a
respectable third-place
showing.
Providing a dose of sen-
ior leadership all season,
Janna Ivey looked to
defend her crown from a
year ago. At 191, she put
together a 9-2 record for
the season and used that
momentum to defeat Evet-
tah Samuels, adding
another state title to her
resume.
"She definitely was a
champion the first time,"
Cassara said. "This puts it
in concrete that she's a
true champion."
In the 217-pound class
was another newcomer,
Tyrika Shuren. Despite her
inexperience, the junior
defeated Anderson Hill
from Poinciana to take
home third place.
Looking to make her
return to state a memo-
rable one was Amber
James. The 265-pound
senior was injured last sea-
son after finishing third
the previous campaign.
Taking on Jessica Zeval-
los of Poinciana, James
quickly took control of the
match, pinning her oppo-
nent in just over a minute.
The overall outcome at
state was extra special for
Duffy, who used to attend
her sister Erica's matches
atVero Beach.
"It was different this year
because of our team,"
Duffy said. "We knew we
had a chance at state if we
tried even harder.
"It was exciting. We got
scared at first because








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Columnist 'survives' tough week at golf show


A ell, the best week
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drawn to a close.
My week with the "guys"
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have been hectic, running
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things down a bit as I tell
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the week that was.
The week began in
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early on Tuesday and
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Course at Alaqua Lakes.
Here I would get my week
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playing in the Tour Edge
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I was one of many writers
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hand.
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Gunn, a top-100 instructor,
as a partner. Between
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were having as a team, we
found ourselves tied for
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drivers, the R7 SuperQuad
and the Burner.
After a few more cigars
and some tasty hours
d'oeuvres, it was off to my
"home" for the week.
Over the years, I have
found that the better the
place I find to put up my
feet, the better my coverage
of the show. This year was
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first home and came
complete with a private
balcony overlooking the
swimming pool and hot
tub, a full kitchen, spacious
living room and a huge
master bedroom complete


with a jacuzzi Roman tub.
Or, as one of my room-
mates said to me, "You have
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with the Swedish bikini
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I cannot stress enough
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rest my weary bones after a
day of playing golf, testing
new equipment or walking
the miles of aisles at the
show. That hot tub beside
the pool and the whirlpool
tub in my bedroom were a
blessing.
For relaxing with the
guys, we had a huge 55-
inch HD television to catch
up on the news and golf
from around the world.
In the lobby, I found a
computer that guests could
use to retrieve e-mails,
handle banking chores
back home and so forth, or
I could use the free wireless
internet in the room. There
is also a large clubhouse
with retail stores, two
restaurants, a pair of
lounges and a bar pool.
Other amenities included a
children's playground, a full
service spa, game room,
and heated pool and hot
tub.
If you ever complain of
not having anything to do
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course, sometimes doing
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want.
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Black
From page D3
way to the title win.
"The best player on that
team that never got recog-
nized was linebacker Otis
Wilson," Black said. "He
was the key to the
defense."
Now, more than 20 years
later the Bears are back,
hoping to recapture the
glory days of the "Shufflin'
Crew."
The 2006 season started
out remarkably similar to
the 1985 one. Sporting a 7-
0 record, the Bears hosted
the Dolphins looking to
heal the decades old
wound.
In a fashion strikingly
similar to the 1985 game,
the Bears played unin-
spired football, commit-
ting six turnovers on their
way to a 31-13 loss with


Softball
From page D3
at catcher last year. This
season, the junior will be
behind the plate again.
Also seeing action there
will be Bailey Boyette.
"Nicole can play any
position," Nino said.
"We'll take it game by
game."
After last season's disas-
trous turnaround, that's
exactly how Nino plans to
approach the 2007 cam-
Spaign.
"After all the injuries
last year, I made the deci-
sion to not plan too far in
advance," Nino said. "I do
have high expectations
for this year.
"(In the fall) the girls
pulled through it. They
played in a tournament
every weekend for 2 1/2
months through the IRCC
program.
"I feel it's given them a
step ahead of other
teams."


Black in attendance.
Chicago regrouped, win-
ning six of their last eight
to win the NFC North. The
road to recovery started
with back-to-back wins
over the Giants and Jets.
After those victories
Black knew the Bears had
something special.
"It was when they went
to New York and won twice
in NewYork," Black said. "I
was going to throw a
(Super Bowl) party, but I
said if the Bears make it to
the Super Bowl they have
to find someone else to
throw the party."
Now, with his invitation
in check, Black hoped a
lifetime of rooting for the
Bears would pay off.
Growing up in Braid-
wood, Ill., a small town 53
miles south of Chicago,
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"I would get a ticket to
any game I could get in," It
was not as much as it is
now.
"Dick Butkus was my
favorite."
A few years before his
move to Florida in 1979,
Black became enamored
with another player who
would become a lifelong
Bear running back Walter
Payton.
"His work ethic was
unbelievable," Black said.
"He played all those sea-
sons without getting hurt."
So inspired by Payton's
play, Black would include
his surname as part of his
son's name Richard Pay-
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the games together."
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"He's kind of disappoint-
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down and take the boy to
the NFL Experience."
As for the game, the 51-
year-old hoped to experi-
ence a win.
"All the pressure is on
Peyton Manning," Black
said. "Rex Grossman is the
best quarterback the Bears
ever had. I hope he has a
good game.
"If we run the ball and
Grossman goes deep on
them, they'll win if I had to
bet on it."
Unfortunately, the Bears
were able to do neither
and fell short 29-17.
Although disappointed,
Black and the other
legions of Bears fans will
still have 1985 and the
Super Bowl Shuffle.
"They'll never be anoth-
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5 Following
10 Endures
15 Ralph
Emerson
16 Word with news or
contact
17 Tire choices
19 Labor lubricant
21 See : agree
23 Welsh market
town
24 Idle and 'the Red'
25 Private's insignia
27 Finale
28 Alias initials
29 Jefferson
Airplane's
Grace
30 _-and-peck
31 Swear
32 Park seating
34 Precinct workers,
for short
36 "The of
Solomon"
37 Born and
38 Lancelot's boss
40 Ties
42 Arthur, of "The
Golden Girls"
43 Heating sys.
45 Attracted
46 Snarl
49 Band trailer
51 Berliner's one
52 Catamaran
features
54 Stick around
57 Sharpshooter
59 Prude
60 contender
61 Dressing
ingredient
62 Ottoman
64 Perceived
65 Mr. Domino
67 Baby gear
68 the pump
70 Fraulein's refusal
71 212 or,41i,
73 Prigte: -plefix
74 Shi1irthand writer
76 Actress Dahl
77 SaiTFrdhcisco player
79 Messy 6ne
80 "Liftle piggy"
81 Cricket cousin
83 Mrs. Marcos
87 Gets an "A"
89 Actress/author
Angelou
90 Fall in flakes
92 Wide awake
93 Mild expletive
94 Ruth or Didrikson
95 Work with dough


97 _whiz
98 the lifeboats!
99 Gossips'
stock-in-trade
101 Wherewithal
102 Pass the target
103 Barbecue delight
105 Lovers
108 Food
109 Lauder of
cosmetics
110 The bird ...
111 Gather
112 Acts
113 Graf

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1 Chivalrous
2 The Duchess
of
3 Bachelor's last
words
4 Drying cloth
5 Rose-family fruit
6 Covered with spots


7 Spanish aunts
8 USNA graduate
9 Hwys.
10 Putting down
11 Proficient
12 Locus
13 Lao Tzu's truth
14 Place to wear a
heart?
15 Less strong
17 Summer TV fare
18 Church council
20 Clasp
22 Abbreviation for
Murrow's given
name
23 Ali
26 Rose's drawback
29 Football coach of
note Don
31 Catherine of
33 Like caramel
35 Boulevard or
avenue
36 Stitched
37 Twisted


39 Legis.
41 1988 Divine film
42 Gun sound
44 Share secrets
46 Restrooms
47 Not binding
48 Chou
50 Daughter to
Tantalus
52 School dances
53 Planted
54 Divan
55 Headpiece for a
princess
56 Change
58 Photog. print
59 Hawaiian finger
food
63 Societal directions
66 Like some peanuts
67 Mother Hubbard's
quest
69 Cold-cuts store
70 Peace Prize
72 Execs.
73 Pocket bread


75 Wanderer
77 Merrier
78 Tweaked
81 Skewered treats
82 Gives to charity
84 Readable
85 Fancy
86 Actor Roscoe
87 Slack-jawed
88 Niagara-on-the-
Lake's locale
89 Mrs. Eisenhower
and Ms. Van Doren
91 Departed
93 Typesetting units
94 Tree outgrowths
96 Fireplace residue
99 Singer McEntire
100 Took off
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102 Oliver Twist's
request
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106 Ending with Japan
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The fee per player per
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For more information,
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ext. 1732.
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das swim team holds try-
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Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m.
as well as Saturdays from
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please call Vikki Wells at
(772) 299-3428.

Tai Chi
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class every Wednesday
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tai
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defense and exercise that
can be beneficial to people
of all ages and health con-
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Little League
Registration is ongoing
for the Vero Beach Ameri-
can Little League spring
season.
Registration is for all age
groups including T-Ball,
Rookie League/ Coach
Pitch, Minor and Major
Leagues.
All interested must bring
three proofs of residency
and the child's birth certifi-
cate. The fees are $75 for
the first child and $50 for
each sibling.
For more information,
please call Jim Hyde at
(772) 473-4564.

Gymnastics
Registration is ongoing
at Leisure Square for a
beginner's gymnastics
class for ages 6 to 12.
The class is intended for
those who have little or no
gymnastics training.
Basic skills on the floor,
bars, beam, trampoline
'and mini-tramp will be
taught.
Beginner Gymnastics
meets Tuesdays and
Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m.
The fee for a city resident is
$55. The fee for a non-city
resident is $75.
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nutrients your landscape
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CD CHANGE: Alpine 6
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CEDAR CHEST, antique
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CHILDS POOL TABLE:
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COFFEE TABLE: Oval
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ENT CENTER: Solid
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EXTENSION LADDER,
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VHS: Black RCA with
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CLERICAL /
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SUPPORT
We are adding an addi-
tional person to help
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This is a full time posi-
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Is hiring for th6.

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CNA's: F/T & P/T for 3-11 and 11-7 shifts.

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PART TIME
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Join a successful
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individuals with strong
Mac experience. You
should be proficient in
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This is an exciting, fast
paced environment
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You should be able to
work some afternoons
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our deadline needs.
We offer health and
dental benefits, 401K.
Fax Resume to Phil:
772-465-5301
email phil@
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CARRIERS
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Earn Up to
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(leave message when
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HOMETOWN NEWS

NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS
For the
Vero Beach Area.
Earn Up to
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for delivering
1 day per week
Must have dependable
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(leave message when
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SIGN TWIRLERS
WANTED! Up to $15/hr.
Weekend Work. Start
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574-WORK (9675)
SUB-MAKER Exp., PT
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ACCOUNTING
Collections
Full Time
Hometown News is
seeking a full time
accounting profes-
sional with experi-
ence in collections.
We were recently
voted the #1 busi-
ness of the year by
St Lucie Chamber!
This is a great op-
portunity to join our
team.
Benefits include,
health, dental, and
a 401K Please
email your resume
to: opportunity@
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or fax:
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REPORTERS
As we continue our expansion, we
are looking for reporters in the communi-
ties we serve from North Palm Beach
through Ormond Beach.
S Journalism degree is required with
at least 1 year of newspaper experience
preferred.
Freelance opportunities
also available.
The Hometown News was voted the #1
community newspaper in the United
States in 2005. This is a good opportunity
to join a team with good people who care.
Benefits include health, dental, life insur-
ance & 401 K.
If you have a passion for reporting, we
would like to speak to you.
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Join An Award Winning
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VOTED THE #1
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editions and approximately 500,000 total circulation.
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ESTATE & TRUST PAR-
ALEGAL for busy AV rat-
ed Vero Beach Law Firm.
previous experience in
Estate/Trust administra-
tion required. 37.5 hour
work week. Salary & ben-
efits commensurate with
experience. Fax resume
772-231-5187
PART TIME
COPY EDITOR/
PAGINATOR
The Hometown News
is an award winning
community newspaper
with 18 separate edi-
tions from North Palm
Beach through Volusia
County.
We are currently seek-
ing a part time copy
editor/ paginator to as-
sist in page design in
our Fort Pierce Office.
Must know Quark,
Word, Copy editing.
Salary is based on ex-
periende. To become a
part of a great team,
please fax your re-
sume attn Editorial
772-467-4384
or email raits@
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REAL ESTATE apprais-
ers needed for very busy
office. We pay you week-
ly! Experience helpful,
but not necessary. Fax
resume: 772-595-5030


SALES ASSOCIATES
needed. Party store look-
ing for friendly, reliable
full time & part time sales
associates/cashiers to
grow with the company.
Apply in person Party
Treasures, 1701 US hwy
1, #5 Sebastian. Must be
18 or older.



SALES
National
Classified
Advertising
This is an inside sales
position for a profes-
sional who is comforta-
ble on a computer and
the internet. We have
opportunities to sell in
a number of newspa-
per classified networks
across the country.
If you have the desire,
we have the product.
The position is FT,
M o n d a y Frid ay .
8:30am 5:30pm our
Fort Pierce office.
We offer a base sal-
ary with a generous
commission schedule.
Benefits include
Health, dental, 401K
For an interview:
please email resume:
snyder@
HometownNewsOL.com
or fax: 772-465-5696
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SELLING?
SHOPPING?
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PRE-NEED
FUNERAL SALES
FULL TIME Position
for Local Well Estab-
lished Funeral Home.
Professional Income
and Office.
Integrity & Good Work
Ethic a Must.
Email Resume:
DeanAdvanced
@gmail. corn
Fax Resume:
1-360-397-1404

SALES
National
Classified Advertising
This is an inside sales
position for a professio-
nal who is comfortable
on a -computer and the
internet. We have op-
portunities to sell in a
number of newspaper
classified networks
across the country.
If you have the desire,
we have the product.
The position is FT,
Monday-Friday. 8:30am
- 5:30pm our Fort
Pierce office.
We offer a base salary
with a generous com-
mission schedule.
Benefits include Health,
dental, 401 K
For an interview:
please email resume:
snyder@
HometownNewsOL.com
or fax: 772-465-5696
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Real Estate Ads
Reach North Palm
Beach through
EastVolusia
with an ad in
HOMETOWN
NEWS
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INSURANCE F/T Sales
and service. P&C lic
req'd. Life sale rep also
needed. Salary & cpm-
mission. Fax resume:
772-978-0970


CARPENTERS All
Around, Tools & Trans
Req'd, Full bene, Vac &
Med 772-692-9222 EOE
CDL TRAININGITesting
Class A, B, C & Buses.
1900 S Harbor Cty, #106
1st Floor. 321-724-4021
CDL-A DRIVERS
OTR & Local Positions.
Bonus every 6 months,
Great Benefits, New
Equipment. 2 yrs Trc-tir &
Tanker endorsement.
Apply at
oaklevtransport.com-
or 1-877-882-6537 ,
CONSTRUCTION HELP-
ERS, Transportation
req'd, Full bene MediVac
772-692-9222 EOE
DECORATIVE CON-
CRETE PERSON- need-
ed. Exc. Opp.-for the right
Ind. Exp. and creativity a
plus. Attention to detail 'a
must! 772-418-0777
DRIVERS BE YOUR
OWN BOSS Earn
$500+ Per Wk. Yellow
Cab of the Treasure
Coast. Apply at 1104 NE
Industrial Blvd Jernsen
Beach Call 772-225-2027
INTERNET INSTALLA-
TION TECHS Full or Part
time. Computer'Exp. Req.
Pay scale based on expe-
rience. Call 772-564-6800
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Seeking a Private Posi-
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help w/ light housework,
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AWNING, CLEANING &
CARE Low pressure
Awning cleaning & seal-
ing. Comm/Res., Low
rates, Free Est. Lic/Ins.
772-564-9829 / 321-2097



BATHTUB REFINISH-
ING Renew / change
color. Tub, tile, sink &
chip repair. Corn and Res
5 yr warranty. Quick re-
sponse, Insured. Serving
Florida for over 10 yrs.
"Florida's Tub Doctor."
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BD SIMMMONS Custom
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GRAMMA LINDA -
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OLIVIA'S CLEANING Sv.
Residential & Commercial
10 yrs experience. Lic/Ins
772-467-9273/834-6901



COMPUTER RUNNING
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complete removal of per-
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unwanted computers. Call
Phil 772-589-1378

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site prep. Lic & Ins.
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HOLLY HILL Cedar
Pointe, 3bd/2ba/1cg, new
1st floor condo,Off 15th
St, Under sales price
$148,900 Owner/Agent
561-747-0592
HOLLY HILL- Cedar
Point Brand new, 3 bdrm,
2 bath, w/carport, 1st fir,
great location, Reduced!
$148,500 owner/agent.
Call Curtis 561-718-4010

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HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Ocean Village 1br Villa,
Totally remodeled &
furnishedlli Golf, tennis,
htd pool. Possible owner
finance / lease opt.
$225,000.. 95--1.429 1821
HUTCHINSON ISLAND.
NO: 2br/2ba Ocean Hat-
Dor North R,.erOcean
views!! Complete renov.
Crown molding, tile, car-
pet, GE kitch, Corian,
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772-464-1280
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PALM BAY condo, 2/2,
recently renovated new
A/C & appl. $118,000 or
rent $800/mo inci
water/cable 321-779-4376

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Port St. Lucie: Camelot
Gardens 3/2.5 Condo/TH
Completley Furnished!!
1700sf, Huge patio!
Pool,, all amenities.'FREE
cable, water, & morel
$160,000 OBO takes it!
772-879-2672
PORT ST. LUCIE:
TRADITION, Avail. new
3br/2ba/lcg end unit,
w/balconies, 2nd fir,
appis, walk to publix &
bedford pk sq. all tile.
comm. pool. $299,500.
772-336-9318
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STUART: Quick Estate
Salel Southern Pines
4701 SE Teri Place
$150,000 2br/2ba com-
munity pool, conv. loc.
Close to 195 & trnpke.
772-486-3522
VERO BEACH: Nicely
furnished 2/2 First fir.
Pool side unit w/screen
room, 1 mi from beach.
Rent $900/mo or pur-
chase $158,900. Owner
financing available.
772-234-5460
VERO BEACH: Vista
Plantation, lbr/lba, 1st
floor. On Golf course
carport, pool, tennis, new
A/C, frig. $121,500.,
772-778-7843; 532-3917
VIERA CONDO, 2/1, det:
gar.,2nd floor c.orner,scrn.
patio, new tile thruout,
new carpet in BRs, great
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es?This 3/1/1 is neat as a
pin. Beautiful, priv. fenced
yard, it's own nature/ bike
trails. Many new extras &
county taxes! $239,900.
Call Ed 321-543-8119
BEAUTIFUL NEW
HOME! EDGEWATER-
4br/2ba, split floor plan,
spacious, bright and
open. Upgraded through-
out on quiet cul-de-sac
with tons of privacy from
wetlands behind home.
All that is missing is youl
$280,000 negotiable.
954-600-3030



GRANT-Peaceful Country
Living.l+ac., custom CBS
3/2/2, pool, 3215 tsf, '05,
huge mstr, custom kitch.,
12' pocket sliders to Ig.
screen porch, $439,900.
.321-431-0031. See www.
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HOBE SOUND: Waterfrt
comm. 4/2/3, w/scrn pl,
Key West Style, Designer
upgrades. Poss. dockage
Lease purchase avail.
$599,000. 561-644-2866
INDIALANTIC CANAL
FRONT 3BR/2BA, pool.
1937sf. Granite counter
tops, hardwood & tile
flooring. $624,900. Be-
linda DeMasso Re/Max
Alternative 321-960-1506

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INDIALANTIC Newer
Barrier Island Home. 3
years new. 3/2. 1850 liv-
ing. Pool, spa, 1 blck from
beach; 2 bricks fr river.
$499,000. Great invest-
ment. 321-722-2768
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
5BR/2BA/2 Car. CBS
pool home, 2227sf., open
plan.Master bath w/jetted
tub & s'ep shower, double
vanity. $519,900. Belinda
DeMasso Re/Max Alter-
native 321-960-1506
JUPITER: 3/2/1 New
CBS Hbme. On preserve,
tile, & berber thru-out.
Whirlpool Gold appl's.
Must seel $271,000 Tak-
ing offers! 561-714-0264
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LAKEWOOD PARK:
3/2/2 new construction,
upgrades galore, granite,
wood cabinets, Stainless
Steel appliances, tile
thru-out. A steal for
$229,900 Call Anthony
561-236-5715
MELBOURNE BCH No
qualify-owner finance.3/2,
comply remodeled, pool,
fenced yard, boat parking,
custom kitchen w/granite
courttertops,s/s appl's.,tile
thruout, $349,900. Call
800-826- 9272 for 24 hour
message or owner direct
at 321-652-1656.
National Mortgage
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100% FINANCING.
Good credit, bad credit.
You won't be turned
away. No closing costs.
Little or no money
down. Lease option
available No service
fee. We will process
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NE PALM BAY, 3/2, En-
closed garage, Roof and
Privacy fence 1.5 years
new, underground utilit-
les, city W/S, .29 acres,
corner cul-de-sac,
$147,500 or Customize
$165,000. 321-749-2588


NEW SMYRNA BEACH
AREA- Beautiful & pri-
vate! 5 acres. Build .your
new home here. Cleared,
fenced, stocked pond,
electric & well, horse sta-
ble & Ig garage. Older 3/2
manuf. can stay or go.
Asking $212,900 Call Tri-
na 386-689-4022
ORMOND BEACH-
Prestigious Ormond
Lakes- 3br/4ba, LR, DR,
elegant kitchen w/custom
cabinetry & granite coun-
ters, upgraded through-
out. 2846 Isf, 3 car ga-
rage. Be ready to be im-
pressed! $555K
386-366-1807
PALM BAY SE, 6 years
new, CBS 3/2/2 canal
home, vaulted ceilings, all
new carpet/vinyl/tile, new
26' Fl. room, new paint
in/out, new privacy fence,
security sys., city water,
pond & artesian well, va-
cant lot on both sides,
canal & woods In rear, all
new furniture neg. Selling
below cost! $199,000.
Call 321-727-7786 or
Judy 321-537-4364. See
photo online at www.
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PALM BAY, BY OWNER.
2B/2B house! Updated
and ready for you to move
in. Cathedral ceiling, Tile
roof, Great Room, Tile
floors, Lg. Master BR.
Screened patio. Over-
sized yard. Quiet, safe
neighborhood.
$142,000. 321-724-9939









INDIALANTIC Newer
Barrier Island Home. 3
years new, 3/2, 1850 liv-
ing, Pool, spa, 1 block
from beach; 2 blocks from
river. $499,000. $30,000
under value. Please call
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PALM BAY S.E. 2/2/1
Great investment home,
occupied w/exc tenant.
Perfect cond. & location.
Priced below value!
$129,800.
1-800-313-2488 ext. 77.
See photo ad: #33432
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PALM CITY: Magnificentf
4/3 poss 5th on 1.1acre
located in beautiful gated
comm of Orchid Bay! Bit
'97, 3,000sf UA. Tile firs,
granite cntr tops, scrn'd
pool, laundry rm, 2 zoned
A/C, electric roll up &
accordion hurr shutters.
2 car grg. $799K
772-283-8310 or 321-689
-4649

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MELBOURNE BCH Villa
3/2/2 walk to bch & river.
Gated com. Pool, tennis.
Immaculate, tile, maple
cabinets, apple's. Reduced
$349K. 321-536-6611
PORT ST. LUCIE:
Location, Location,
Location! Home sits on
HUGE PRIVATE 1/2 acre
lot, 3/2/1 w/ pool. Room
for RV, trailer, & boat
parking!! Walking dis-
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INDIAN RIVER AERODROME, 3/3 TWO STORY HOME, 50x50 HANGER ON runway. $599,000
CITRUS SPRINGS, Built 2005, two story "Poplar", tiled living area, loaded with upgrades,
over 2500 SF under air. SELLER WILL PAY $5000 of buyers closing costs. $319,000
KENWOOD VILLAGE. Gated 2004 home steps to heated pool or tennis, lakefront,
upgraded 2/2/2 w/den, tiled living area. OWNER FINANCING $285,000
WATERFORD LAKES, OWNER FINANCING TO QUALIFIED BUYER, lakefront & culde-
sac, never lived in, over 1900 SF living area 4BR/2BA/2CG $265,000
LINDSEY LANES, BIG REDUCTION1 3/2/2, loaded with upgrades, tiled living area, cor-
ner lot. Seller will pay $5,000 of buyers closing costs. Quick occupancy. $245,000
VERO LAKE ESTATES PRICED TO SELL, new Green Bros. Construction CBS homes
3BR/2BA/2CG, SELLER WILL PAY $2500 OF BUYERS CLOSING COSTS. $189,000-$195,000
LAKEWOOD TERRACE, OVER 2000 SF under air & priced to sell $155,000. Seller will
pay $5000 of buyers closing costs.


CONDOS/VILLAS:
Oceanside 2br/2ba $265,000
Fairways Grand Harbor 3/2 $199,900
Sandridge Estates 2/2/1 $165,000
Sandridge Estates 3/2/2 $179,000


LOTS:
Floral Park $75,000
VB Highlands $59,000
Vero Lake Estates $58,000


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PALM BAY NW, adora-
ble starter! 2/1 + extra
room,1388sf, .32 ac., qui-
et neighborhood,lg. shad-
ed lot, Ig. eat-in kitchen,
$130,000. 321-676-6223
Port St Lucie: 4/2/1 as
is. Needs work. Rent to
own need $10,000 down.
Can see, only interested
parties call. $182,000 to
buy. 772-359-1863
PORT ST. LUCIE:
QUICK SALE!IJob trans-
fer! 3/2/2 w/ spa, fenced
yd, & sprinkler sys. New
roof, carpet & A/C.
$210,500 407-739-1077

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SEBASTIAN: 2/2/1.5,
built after 2000, like new.
Great 1st house, close to
new park. Located at
1200 George St. Ready
to move in. Rent option.
$164,000. 772-567-1969
SOUTH DAYTONA- One
of a kind pool home.
3br/2ba 2 car garage.
Pristine condition, lots of
upgrades. $289,900
386-304-9025 / 761-6337
See photos online at
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Fellsmere
Great Space
For Office
reception area,
kitchen, 7 rooms
for offices,
2 car garage,
covered patio
$325,000


So. Pine
2/1 stone slate e:
$165,000
2 Commercial Lc
$100,000 &
$125,000

2/2/1
$249,900
Multi-family lot
$89,000
Barbara McFarlan
Realtor/Broker
772-571-177T

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UNBELIEVABLE! NEW
5b/3b $284,900* $10,000
towards buyers closing
772-345-0580; 468-3665
Restrictions Apply*
VERO BEACH Trillum,
Brand new Townhouse
on lake, 2bd/2.5ba/2cg,
Up graded apple Ig loft &
family rm, lots of tile.
$229,000 772-562-5095
VERO Beach 3 Models
From $149,990 w/l ot
All 3br/2ba/1 brand new
ready to move in. Only 6
left, full tile, cathedral
ceilings, CBS, full kitchen
appliances. Possible no
$$$ down. 1216 16th Ave
SW. 772-299-5622
Christenson Co. Inc.
VERO BEACH, Trillium
Roomy 2/2/2 Many Up-
grades eat in kit, dr, +
clbhse, htd pool. Open
House Sat & Sun 12-4.
3211 Anthem Way.
Reduced $259,000
772-299-4017
VERO BEACH, 3/2/2
open, upgraded plan has
WOW factor for only
$227,500. Close to shops
& beach, bit '03, comm
pool, high-end fans,
blinds & appis stay. Call
Randi Ledingham Sell
Florida Homes Inc,.
772-299-4687
VERO BEACH: 3/2 With
Extra Buildable lot, 3 Out
Buildings, $198,000.
772-559-0536
772-643-8839
VERO BEACH: Trillium
Sale Buy Owner
New 3/2/2, 1650 s.f.
Gated community with
clubhouse, pool & lawn
care. $259,000 SR 60 to
66 Ave. N. to Trillium,
Right to 3169 Ashford
Sq.
4% CO-BROKE
772-834-9097

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3240 Brookfield Drive.
New, 3/2/2, Lake front,
2000 sq.ft, gated, clbhs,
heated pool, upgrades,
warranty. Low maint.
$299,900. 772-342-3344
VERO LAKE ESTATES:
Brand new 3/2/2, immed.
occupancy. Quality
construction, $199,900.
8646 104th ave.
772-201-3880; 201-3913
VERO: 3BR/2BA, CBS
Ready to move in
completely remodeled/
fully furn'd 305 6th Rd
SW Priced reduced
$139,000 863-528-8832
WATERFORD LAKES,
4/2/2 upgraded, lakefront,
never lived in. Owner Fi-
nancing 772-473-7009
Paula Rogers & Assoc.




SEBASTIAN New Villas
starting at $185,000! Call
John King Broker/Owner
at Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054



LAKEWOOD PARK: St.
Lucie County. Need a
home for $100,000? Con-
sider a duplex! Live in
one side & rent out the
other, or go in 1/2's w/
family or friend. Asking
$200,000. Nice neighbor-
hood. 772-971-3588




BEAUTIFUL PORT
ORANGE- Live Oak Res-
ervation, 1 acre lot
150x300, private road,
historical oak trees, no
hoa, middle of town
$217,000 386-527-9007


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SPINDRIFT CONDOS* One of a kind in this 3BR/3BA
Condo. Central Beach Penthouse. Spectacular views 1500
sq.ft. deck w/ N. E. exposure. Total home sound system.
Custom built-ins. Private 2 car garage w/ storage.
$1,950,000. John Glorieux. 772-713-7000.


FLORIDA Land starting
at $19,900 in fast growing
areas. Great for building
or investment. No quali-
fying $1,000 down,
$190/month. Visit our
website for pictures,
maps, sizes & prices.
FloridaLotsUSA.com
or 877-983-6600
FORT PIERCE: Owner
financing. Lg building lot
.42 almost 1/2 acre.
Great Location, just off
Jenkins Rd. $69,500
20% down. Only 6% in-
terest. 772-460-7609
GEORGIA Effingham
Cty, 17 acres near Sav-
annah River public boat
landing, 2 septic tanks &
deep well. $187,000
Owner Fin. 912-685-5896
or 912-242-2099
INDIAN RIVER County:
10 acres hi & dry pasture
fenced w/flow well. Reno-
vated 2/1 house. Offers >
$600K accepted 772-589
1970 acreageproperty@
yahoo.com
PALM BAY,Unit 31,build-
able,83x125.Lot next door
sold $70KINew schools 1
mi. away, Bayside Lakes
& Majors Golf Club 3 mi.
1st $37K! 321-432-3378
PORT ST. LUCIE Build-
ing lot. Gait Circle, Cor-
ner lot, South Bend
area. City water & Sewer.
Best Offer. By Owner
914-804-7595
PORT ST. LUCIE: Must
sell! Side x side home-
sites in Prestigious Te-
soro Preservel Incredible
amenities incId 5 golf
courses, equestrian cen-
ter, bch club & more. Lots
come w/ social member-.
ships to club. Below mar-
ket $449K both. FSBO
407-616-8885


PORT ST. LUCIE: Spe-
cial Club Med Estate Lot
apprx. 125 x 193 filled &
sod. 2 min to golf.
$149,900 Finance avail
772-335-5344
TENNESSEE!
1-3ac. homesites.
Introductory Prices.
Waterfalls, lakes, bluffs,
paved roads, utilities.
Horseback riding, golf,
white water rafting,
railroad rides. Owner
financing, low down.
1-888-811-2158;
www.TNLots.com

UPSTATE NEWYORK
Abandoned Farm
20-Acres-$59,900
Gorgeous acreage just
minutes to Cooperstown!
Fields, woods views!
Town rd, EZ terms! Hurry
877-849-5263




FORT PIERCE: FREE
GOLFII Adult Comm
2003 Homes of Merit on
Lake w/ dock, active
clubhouse. 15 min to
ocean. Exit 138 Rte
95/lndrio Rd. 772-464-
5347 or Email at:
jnanmoran@hotmail.com
See photos at: WWW.
HometownnewsOL.com
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FT. PIERCE: Spanish
Lakes Country Club
Village. 55+, cute 2/2
dblwd, furnished, all appl.
Inside laundry, new
awnings, porch & carport.
Almost new roof, AC,
carpet. Freshly painted
interior. No pets. Loads
of amenities. $42,000
772-460-1052


CAPE CANAVERAL,
Cocoa Beach area, 55+,
Pool,clubhse, 2/2, FL rm,
W/D,shed. Price reduced
to go! $14,500. Some fi-
nancing. 321-783-4189








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FT. PIERCE/VERO Line:
1/1 Single wide, Furn.
Screened porch. Possible
workshop/2nd rm. Must
sell! Moving. $4500 obo
Call 772-460-4736
HOBE SOUND Cam-
bridge 55+. '95 Homes of
Meritt, 2/2+den. Furnish-
ed, own land, carport,
shed. Asking $139k
772-233-9720 / 546-6062
HOBE SOUND:
Cambridge, 55+, dblwd
furnished, 2/2, All new
appl. Including V/D, Lg
enclosed sunporch. Dble
shed, large carport. Own
your land, clubhouse, pool.
$119,000. 772-545-0675
MELB. BCH., 55+, 2 BR
dblewide, new: kitchen, 2
baths, AC; wide carport.
Porch/ Fl. rm, ocean/river
access, furn appl's. incl.
$59,500. 32-:951-8691
Melbourne Beach, Lei-
sure Living Estates
across street from beach.
Own lot & manf. home,
hot tub, golf, $122,500 or
Lease opt. 321-544-7424
MICCO: For Sale by
Owner. Snug Harbour
Lakes 2/2, open fir plan,
totally redecorated, new
appl's, carpet, laminate
firs. No realtor fees!
7682 Niantic Avenue
772-664-8551
PALM BAY, '98 Double
wide 3BR/2BA on own lot,
completely remodeled,
new roof, 55+ community,
pool/clubhouse, $87,500.
321-728-0370 / 223-8681
PORT ST. LUCIE: Dble
55+ furn, 2/1.5. New: car-
port, carpet, paint, Ig scrn
rm, shed w/ w/d. Great
Cond! FREE amenities:
golf, shuffle board, ten-
nis, 8 pool tables, plan-
ned trips, 2 pools, jacuz-
zi, & classes $19,700.
772-878-8015


VERO SHORES
Lovely 312, deep water canal front home. Seawall. On
cul-de-sac, completely updated! Fenced yard wl mature
Oaks. Custom cabinets, corian crs, large rms.
$779,000. Betty Petrie. 772-567-8328.


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BEACHSIDE NORTH HUTCHINSON ISLAND SOUTH BEACH PENTHOUSE CONDO HARBOUR COVE
t Riomar Area. 2BR/2BA. 1/2 BIk to Vero's South Condo Villa, 2/2+ 2+cargar. Deep water canal right Beautiful views of ocean & surrounding, tiled foyer, new Beautiful 3br/2.5ba + den, 2077 sq.ft., 30 ft. boat dock,
0) beach & ocean. 1/3 Ac.lot.Newly remodeled & Just out back door. Minutes to Ocean. $498,500. Rosalie kitchen counters.Both bedrooms have private baths.Storm oversized 2 car gar. breathtaking views of river & canal.
Z Listed. Ready for new owner. $649,000. Ned Lauterbach. 772-332-0471. shutters & secure garage parking. $ 449,000. Lorry $560,000. Dennis Larner. 772-713-0048.
O Gartner, 538-6073. Gartner. 772-538-0621.


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scrnd, hted pool. Boat Dock, lift & Davit. Canal to Indian vate back yard. Ready for new owners! $19!
River. MUST SEEII BEST PRICE IN VEROI $365,000. Lorry Gartner. 772-538-0621.
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PORT ST. LUCIE:
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55+ comm. Clbhse, pool,
golf course. Good
Condition, $6000.
772-607-3534
SEBASTIAN: Park
place, On the lake.
Dblwd, 2/2, encl. patio.
New roof, carport, & A/C
furn with w/d. $59,900
obo 561-324-1288
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CUSTOM BUILT POOL HOME
in gated subdivision. North Hutchinson Island. Deep water
canal, wonderful views, 2 boat lifts, fenced backyard &
buyer's :hqme warranty. $1,650,000. Chis Russell. 772-
359-6161., '


2,000 SQ FT, BLDG. w/400 sq ft A/C Office. 3 garage bays
w/12' doors, leased 800 Sq Ft house, 130 fl. frontage, plus
1 addl. vacant lot. Total lot size: 28,000 sq. ft. Was
$1,250,000. DRASTICALLY REDUCED! $949,000. Hugh
Russell. 772-332-2300.


MORE LISTINGS!

CARRIAGE LAKE
3/2 loft $362,500
THE LAURELS
4/2 covered porch $339,000
PARK HILL
4/2 pool $320,000
SIXTY OAKS
2/2 private pool $250,000
WATERFORD LAKES
3/2 lake view $228,500
PANTHER WOODS
3/2 screened lanai $224,000
CAMBRIDGE PARK
TWO to choose from $215,000
MAJESTIC OAKS
3/2 split plan $199,900
VERO HIGHLANDS
3/1 LAKE VIEW $140,000
OSLO PARK
2/2 Investment $129,000
INDIAN RIVER FARMS
.49 acre $99,000
SEBASTIAN
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Use & ownership rights to lake. $219,900. Doreen
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VERO BEACH: 55+
Community 2BR/2BA,
furnished, Carport.
Ready to move in!
clubhouse, pool. $18,500
Call 772-696-3881
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and hire the best!

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VERO BEACH: Heron
Cay FSBO 2br/2ba w/
encls'd front porch & side
porch, tiled floors, comp
furnished. Immd. Occu-
pancy. Must see! Taking
offers!! 772-978-0611
CALL CLASSIFIED
and bell that boat!


W. MELBOURNE, 2/2
dblwide, Ig. rooms & den,
walk-in closets, scrn pa-
tio, store sprinkler sys.,
exc. cond., all new appls,
great location, clubhouse,
pool, gazebo. Must see!
Too much to list! $49,900
neg. Make offer. Mort-
gage poss. 321-373-4432


W. MELBOURNE, 57x24
dblwide,2/2, walk-in clos-
et, den,office, island kitch-
en, new dishwasher/AC/
roof/ water heater, sprin-
kler system, clubhouse,
pool, excellent condition,
55+, lot rent $290/month.
Asking $40,000. Call for
appt. 321-676-5199
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W. MELBOURNE, 52' +
porch, 2/2, 11'x25' shed +
carport. Many upgrades.
Low lot rent. $54,900.
321-704-1163
WEST MELBOURNE,
3/2, very large double-
wide in Lamplighter Vil-
lage, 1536 sq. ft., 469
Windgate Ct., Ig. scrnd.
porch, util. rm, many ex-
tras! 55+. Priced to sell!
Call Ken 703-307-5344



4 ACRES $34,995. Lake
City/Live Oak area, Nice,
high, dry, wooded, county
road, Mobile Homes OK,
Owner financing from
$1995down. Call Brittany
Lee 1-800-222-5263
Florida Woodland Group,
Inc., LREB
88 Pristine Acres in
scenic NW Florida Pan-
handle. Lot contains
Pasture, Pond, Oak
Trees and some fencing
with 1/2 mile of Hwy
Frontage. Priced to sell
$498,000 Call
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frontage. Hunting cabin
with abundant wildlife.
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772-287-1000
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LANDS: 400 sq ft. 1br
Studio Eff. $685/mo Pvt.
Kitchen, bath, shared
laundry rm, pool. Small
dog or cat okay. F & S
Elect & water incl'd. No
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STUART: Unfurn 2br/2ba
55+ comm, 2nd fl corner.
Hndcppd shower, new
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view of 1 of 2 comm
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LR/DR. AC, patio, W/D.
2nd floor. Close to IR
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1485 37th St.
772-473-1960


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3/2/2 on 1 acre. Terazza
Floors. Spacious, big
screened in porch, large
attached utility building
/storage. 561-312-4709
PORT ST. LUCIE: 2/2/1,
Tile thru-out, large fenced
bckyd that backs up to
park. Nice neighborhood.
Refs req. $950 dep &
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PORT ST. LUCIE: New
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U/A, 4/2/2 split fir plan,
close to everything!
$1325/mo Minimum F &
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$2,500 per month
561-310-7772/371-0323
VERO BEACH 2br/lba +
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Central A/C. New tile firs
Fenced back yard. 2615
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772-778-3873
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VERO BEACH Steps to
beach. 2bdrm, Spacious
country kitchen, LR, FR,
W/D, Garage, $1295/mo
Seasnl $2500 Furn. Rent
to own. 772-489-0180
VERO BEACH- 3/2/2,
Executive Manor. Large
private fenced home, on
quiet cul-ta-sac. Formal
DR/LR Ig pool/lanai.
$1495/mo possible lease
option. 772-770-3073
VERO LAKE ESTATES,
brand new, 3/2/2, up-
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schools/195, $1695/mo.
Lease option available.
321-751-2111
W.MELBOURNE: Quiet
neighborhood, centrally
located 3/2, carport, 1500
sqft. Tile thru-out
$950/mo + dep w/good
credit. 321-837-0470




FORT PIERCE Brand
new! Lakes At The Sav-
annahs. 2Bd/2Ba/1Cg,
scr porch, W/D, Clbhse,
pool, tennis. $950/mo F/S
561-329-4486 owner/agt
FT. PIERCE: Surrey
Woods 2/2, Gated
Comm. Lots of ameni-
ties, Very nice area.
Yearly lease $850/mo.
954-649-0789/922-3204
PORT ST. LUCIE Bal-
lentrae 3/2/2 2nd fir. Villa
in Gated Golf Comm.
Granite Counters, lots of
storage space. Screened
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setting. $1,400/mo. Will
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VERO BEACH EXCEL-
LENT NEIGHBORHOOD!
3bd/2ba/1cg w/waterview.
1 parking spot, one level.
End unit & partially fur-
nished. NSNP $1100/mo.
w/one year lease. Calvit
Realty 772-231-0885


VERO: 2br/2.5ba All
appl's, patio area, comm
pool..5 min from beach,
Close to everything!!
Asking $950/mo FLS
772-979-4188 or
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FT. PIERCE: 2br/lba,
Clean, $700/mo. First
and last security deposit.
No Pets. Call after 3PM.
772-465-0419
SEBASTIAN, Flint St.
2/2, Freshly painted &
tiled. Separate utility
room w/washer/dryer
hookup. $700/mo F/L/S
772-388-3202
SEBASTIAN, Ormand
Court 3/2/1, 1 yr New, tile
throughout, close to
school. $950/mo F/L/S
772-388-3202
SEBASTIAN: BRAND
NEW! 2/2/1, WD, Tile,
ceiling fans, pet friendly.
First & Sec. $850/mo
772-388-1014 or
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SEBASTIAN: NEWER
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patio, lawn care included.
Nice area. 312 Harp
Terrace, $875/mo. Call
772-581-9171




FT. PIERCE: 2br/2ba
Rent to own Ig Mobile
home in a pleasant envi-
ronment. Close to beach-
es, shops & more.
$600/mo First and Last.
561-281-3365
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New Year Deall Gated
community, 2 bedrooms.
$500 will move you in +
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Murphy Be in the heart
of the Tri-State. 2/2 Log
Cabin w/Fireplace. Wrap
around deck. All ameni-
ties incl. Pet Friendly
Come stay for a week
$575 or just a few days 3
min. for $285. Call
772-465-5443 e-mail
Ladybugchalet@yahoo.com

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North Carolina Western
Blue ridge Mountains!
Fall colors are happening
now! Cabin rentals, RV
Park, Call For reserva-
tions 561-718-1090 or
828-442-4964 visit
www.skyislandretreat.com

PORT ORANGE 3/2,
Relaxing Wooded Re-
treat. View of Spruce
Creek. Bike Friendly
Neighborhood. Call
386-761-9962 for details.

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AND SELL IT FAST


Providing a more efficient office option

for today's executive orprofessional.

PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION

PRIVATE EXECUTIVE SUITES.

2770 Indian River Blvd., LLC

Vero Beach


Beautiful Skyline or Waterfront Views.

* AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY

12x16 & 12x24 Executive Suites

also 8,400 Sq. Ft. on 4th


TIMESHARE RESALES
Buy, Sell, Rent Time-
shares. No commission
or broker fees.
1-800-640-6886
www.sellatimeshare.com

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VERO BEACH Com-
mercial space for rent,
US1 frontage, 3800sqft.
1055 US1 across from
The Patio Rest.
$3,500/mo 772-473-4402
or 772-589-1630

VERO BEACH: Profes-
sional Office Space 1800
sq. ft. Our loss is your
gain! $1,500/mo until Aug
Call Rick 248-982-4440


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VERO: 1146 21st Street.
Storage w/garage door.
$700/mo Call Richard
772-473-4402 or
772-589-1630

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772-321-5455

AUDI TT ROADSTER,
2001, 1.8 Turbo, 5spd,
15K miles. Silver w/black
leather, 5 CD changer w/
Bose speakers. Like
new! $18,000. Call
772-336-6096 or
561-797-5111 SLC

BMW 5351 1989-5 speed,
fully loaded, clean, new
tires, CD player, sunroof,
cruise control, & more.
$3,000. 321-243-5050

BUICK PARK Avenue
Ultra 1999 Super-
charged, loaded, 80K
miles $7500 obo
772-529-2518


CADILLAC 2001 SLS:
Silver, 38K miles. Fully
equipped! Very clean,
mint condition! $10,000
obo 772-618-3291
CADILLAC DEVILLE -
1995 Concours
Pearl white, leather
seats, power sun-roof,
chrome wheels. $5,900.
OBO 772-584-1040
CADILLAC LIMO: Black,
1984. 40 miles, Like
New!l $4,500
772-562-6012
CADILLAC: 1972 Eldor-
ado Convertible 51K
miles. Easy restoration!
Power locks! $7,500 firm
772-465-0123
CADILLAC: D'Elegance,
'88, all Ithr, red int, blk
ext. Fully loaded, hyd.
trunk, windows tinted.
Car must be seen. $3000
firm. 772-398-4880
CADILLAC: Seville, '94
Mint Condition. Well
Maintained, New Tires,
Illness forces sale. $4750
Or Best Offer.
561-339-8422

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CHEVROLET: Cavalier
wagon, 1993, 4 dr, 83K
mi, 6 cyl, auto, $1500
runs good.
772-778-5237
CHEVROLET: Lumina
LS, '98, Wht ext, Tan Ithr
int, loaded, garage kept
93K miles, $3500.
772-388-1364; 559-6247
CHEVY CAVALIER -
2000 only 68K miles,
4-dr, Auto, A/C, Only
$1300 Down. J & J Auto
Sales. 772-595-1997

CHEVY CLASSIC Sta-
tion Wagon, 1987. New
radio & speakers, tinted
windows, A/C, racing
wheels & good tires.
$2000 772-871-6353

CHRYSLER CONV:
Sebring, '96, JX, Plum ,
gd/ex cond. 63K mi. orig.
NADA $4700. Sell for
$3800 772-340-1664

CHRYSLER SEBRING
LX 2002 $6,500 obo Call
Louie 772-429-0007

CORVETTE: '06, Z06,
17,900K mi., navigation
system. Lojack, Clr Velo.
keyless entry. $64,900
obo. 772-260-3068


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to help children and their
families suffering from
cancer. Free towing. Tax
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Inc. www.ccfoa.org
1-800-469-8593

DONATE YOUR Car to
American Association for
Cancer Research-Saving
Lives Through Research.
Fast/Free Towing, Non-
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Please Call Before the
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EXPEDITION LTD: '06,
all Ithr, DVD, moonroof,
Black, 33K mi., take over
what's owed. No money
exchg. 561-704-4306

FORD AEROSTAR: '93,
new tires, motor &
transmission replaced,
202K mi.,. Runs Good.
$1200, or best offer.
772-388-3034

FORD CROWN VIC: '01,
Auto, Ice cold A/C, very
clean, make offers.
Perfect 1st car.
772-529-2000

FORD CROWN Victoria:
'88, station wagon, runs
good. 128,700 miles.
$500, cash.
772-225-8890

FORD RANGER: '90,
XLT, Extended cab, V6
auto, carpenter cab, runs
good. $800,
772-589-2684

FORD TAURUS: 1996
Good running car w/CD
player & COLD ACI Lots
of room, power every-
thing, clean Inside and
outl $2000 Call
772-380-9893 Lv, msg

ISUZU RODEO: Sports
Utll '01, 4dr 74k ml.
silver, Ithr Int, AC, pb/pw,
Exc. cond., price reduced
$7500, 772-770-4174;
643-5142

JAGUAR: XJS-V12 '84,
2 door, coupe, new paint.
$5000, Or Best Offer
772-562-2170

KIA SHORTAGE 97,
4-dr, auto, A/C, low
miles, Gas Saver Only
$1,000 Down. J & J Auto
Sales. 772-595-1997

LINCOLN TOWNCAR,
'93, burgundy, leather In-
terior, all power, runs
good, fair condition, 175K
ml., $900. 321-984-8916

MAZDA MIATA MX-5, '97
well malnt.,garaged, cov-
er/boot for top, A1, NADA
retail $6525. Needs noth-
Ingl 321-733-7377

MERCEDES BENZ 1999
300 diesel burgundy
w/tan Interior $16,500
Call 772-564-9189


MERCEDES STATION
Wagon 1991, 300 TE, 3
seats, loaded w options
and A/C $4900
772-978-5910 or Cell
603-494-0581

MERCURY TRACER
1997, 4 door, white, 52K
miles. Very good cond!
Tinted windows, vent
shades, 27 mi city $3200
obo Many new parts!
772-871-2342

MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
'01, Exc cond.. runs
great, 70,200 mi $5000
772-225-8890

MUSTANG: 1983, 5.0
Convertible, High
Perform., only 78K mi.,
Needs TLC $1,000 OBO.
772-778-0414; 559-0823

OLDSMOBILE CUT-
LASS 442, 1987, Project
car, First $300 tows it
awayl 772-370-0324

PONTIAC FIREBIRD:
'00 Blue/Green 57K mi.,
$8500 T-tops, monsoon
stereo, all power, exc.
cond.561-632-1294

PONTIAC: Catalina '77,
5.0 liter engine, sedan,
nice interior, runs good.
$3000, Or Best Offer.
772-794-6578

PORSCHE 944 TURBO:
'87 Blk, 106K mi., Exc.
cond, Bge Int, A/C, 5 spd,
Ithr, stereo, mnrf. $6775
772-486-0251/225-3876

SATURN 1997, 4 door
Wagon 104K miles. Runs
Greatly $2,500 obo
772-336-0827 or 772-260
2551 SLC

SATURN SL: '00, 4 door
Slvr, A/C, CD, 5 spd std.
100 hwy mi, runs great,
New clutch & batt. $4000
.OBO. 561-575-9529

TOYOTA 4 runner, '97,
SR-5 Tow pkg, runs great
102,450 ml $7200.
772-225-8890

TOYOTA TERCEL '93
Runs, manual trans.
Needs transmission
work. $200, obo
772-284-1909





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BOAT OR RV TO HELP
CHILDREN FIGHTING
DIABETES. Tax deductl-
ble, free towing, need not
run. Please Call Juvenile
Diabetes Research Foun-
dation #1-800-578-04081




650 VSTAR CLASSIC-
Perfect for ladles or gen-
tlemenl '03, Indigo blue,
exc.cond.,2800 ml., many
extras Very strong blkel
$6500/obo. 321-253-0001


DIRT BIKE 2004 KTM
855, low hours, good
shape, very fast, one
owner $1,800 OBO
772-571-8490

DIRT BIKE 2005 Kawa-
saki 250F, street legal,
very low hours, great
shape, like new one
owner, $4,000 OBO
772-571-8490
GSXR 1000, 2005, runs
great, many extras!
$8000. 321-258-9803
HARLEY DAVIDSON
FLHP ROAD KING.
2004, 17,000 miles, many
extras Asking $13,500.
321-693-9647

HONDA SHADOW: '03,
750 Black, $4,000
772-663-3087

KAWASAKI 2005: 125cc
Street Bike, Excellent
condition! Windshield, re-
cently serviced. Price
neg. $1500 or best offer
772-569-4002
KAWASAKI KX125,
2004 Runs & looks good.
New motor $2800
772-215-3990 IR

MOTOR SCOOTER: '05
Schwinn, 49cc, 450 mi.,
like new, Blindness is
causing sale. $1300. Call
772-388-2880

Space Coast
Harley-Davldson
'97 Ultra Classic$12,995
'99 Roadking $11,295
With 1 year warranty
'01 Deuce $12,995
'04 Wide Glide $12,995
'04 Softall Std. $12,595
'05 Softall Heritage
$16,295
'06 Sportster Custom
$9295
'07 Softall Heritage,
Black starting $17,820
'07 Roadklng,
Black starting $17,095
'07 Ultra's
Black starting $20,195
'07 Fat Boy's
Black, starting $17,095
'07 Softall Custom
Black starting $16,895
'07 Sportsters 883's,
Black starting at $6,595
'07 Sportsters 1200
Black starting at $9,695
spacecoastharley.com
Palm Bay 321-259-1311

TREASURE COAST
Horida Kawasaki We
take Trade-ins, Consign-
ments & we buy Motorcy-
cles Hurry Inl Blow Out
Prices on ATV's VTX
1300's & Jet Skis. We
match or beat anyone's
price. 3804 S, US 1, Ft.
Pierce 772-464-6385
VICTORY DELUXE:
Touring Cruiser 2002,
gold/cream. 3,600 mis,
garaged, locking hard
bags $7,000 Call
772-559-0233
See photo at: wWW.
HometownneweOL.com
AD#18000
YAMAHA V-MAX: '97,
12,500 miles, Sissy Bar,
Windshield, Good Cond,
$4400. 321-254-4121


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YAMAHA: 1600 CC
Roadstar Silverado '00
New tires, clutch, hyper-
charger, V.H. Longshots,
Exc cond! Priced to sell
$5,150. 772-321-4148





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I sold my Out of Area
Property to the FIRST
person who came to
look at it! I have been
telling everyone about
how good the Home-
town News Classifieds
works. It works be-
cause you get 18 pa-
pers that go frori Palm
Beach to Daytona, no
other paper goes that
farl Thats why it works!
Thank you again Home-
town News. I will defi-
nitely use you for all my
needs in the future."
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2000 ESPRE: 23' 5th
wheel, Excellent Condl!
New tires, batteries, awn-
ing. Orig owner: Sleeps
6, A/C, cable ready in-
cid's hitch. Will sell w/
truck! $9,000 nag.
772-224-6463
COACHMAN 1978: Mo-
tor homell Sleeps 6, fully
equipped w/ micro,' TV,
shower, propane & elec-
tric. Good Condition.
Asking $4000 neg.
772-466-5904
DUTCH STAR, 38', '02,
350 diesel, Spartan chas-
sis,2 slides, 7.5KW Onan,
50,500 mi., new tires, 1
owner. Call 321-783-3293
EXPEDITION 2004, die-
sel, 36', slide outs, load-
ed, 36K miles, $77,500.
321-723-7550, See www.
HometownNewsOL.com
for photo.




GRAND JUNCTION: 37'
2006, 5th wheel, Brand
newly Comp loaded w/ fire
place, 4 slide outs, full
bath & kltch & living
room, TV, surround
sound, cable ready, & all
appl's Hot water heater,
gas stove & refrldge,
$26,000. Call for details
772-528-9874
STARCRAFT 21': '01,
Hybrid, Sleeps 7, Great
condition, Light weight,
Loaded. $8250 obo,
772-581-0312
SUMMER IN MAINE:
Resort park In old orchid
bch, 3 swim pie, 2 hot
tubs, club house, 3 miles
from bch. 40' trier, 2 tip
bts, 2 br/lba, 25' heated
& A/C FL rm, 15' covr
porch, 2 decks, 2 sheds,
4 car drvwy, everything
goes. $26,000 Call
772-340-1664 for Info.
Call Classified and sell
It fast


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TRAIL LITE, '06, 26', light
weight, rear slide, all
extras,tow pkg, swaybars,
perfect cond.! Won't be
disappointed! $17,500
obo. 772-53-5124. See
www.HometownNewsOL.
com for photo. AD#18243



BLAZER S-10 '98, 4x4,
V-6, Auto, loaded, only
$1300 down. J & J Auto
Sales. 772-595-1997
JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE 4x4 Ithr. Only
$1,500 Down. J & J Auto
Sales. 772-595-1997



CHEVY S-10 '00 Extra
Cab, 3rd door, Auto; V-6,
Ready to work, Only
$1500 Down. J & J Auto
Sales. 772-595-1997



CHEVY SILVERADO:
'99, Reg. cab w/cap,
great condition, new tires;
batt. V6, etc. 158K mi.,
$5500 obo 772-589-3337
DODGE DAKOTA SLT -
2000. V8, extended cab,
loaded with 74,000 miles
& topper, clean. $8,200.
321-243-5050
FORD E250: '03, Super
Van, White, work racks
included, best offer,
Corner of Oslo Road &
35th Court SW, Vero Bch
FORD F-150: 1999,
Many extras 72K miles,
A/C, fully loaded. Orig.
owner, full service re-
cordsl $10,500. Will sell
with RVII 772-224-6463

Call Classified and sell
It fast

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North Palm Beach
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FORD RANGER '95,
Pick-Up, Splash V-6, Au-
to, A/C Only $900 Down
J & J Auto Sales
772-595-1997
GMC SANOMA: 2000,
Ext. cab, V-6, 91K miles
Great engine!! Well
maintained. $4,950 Call
772-559-8611 (Vero)
GMC SAVANA 90', Ex-
tended, 8 passenger plus
five feet of cargo space.
Very good shape. $7,900
772-359-0494
PONTIAC TRANSPORT
VAN 98', 9 passenger,
ready to go! Only $1400
Down. J & J Auto Sales.
772-595-1997
DODGE RAM '02, like
new, $7,900 TNT Truck &
Trailer Sales. 772-461-2921

2001 FORD EXPLORER
Sport, $6,900 TNT Truck &
Trailer Sales 772-461-2921

PONTIAC MONTANA -'01
Van 91K miles, $3900 OBO
TNT Truck & Trailer Sales
772-461-2921

SILVERADO '03, 4x4
high miles,-$6900 OBO
TNT Truck & Trailer Sales
772-461-2921



2003 KENDALL: V nose
Cargo Trailer 6 x 14 x 6.5
Inside height. Rear ramp
& diamond plate floor.
Very clean! $2,900
772-781-5006 or 561-317
3844
HD TRAILER, flatbed,
7'x18', (2) 3500# axles,
spare, Al, $1725/obo.
Want 5'x12' trlr. 321-725-
0545 or 941-286-7005
15' HAULMARK Tandem
Trailer with A/C unit $2800
772-360-8327

30' WELLSFARGO
enclosed Tandem Trailer
$3700 772-360-8327

NEED TO HIRE??
CALL CLASSIFIED
and hire the best


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BASS TRACKER Boat
'95, 18' Nitro 90 hp engine
w/ 5 blade prop. New trol-
ling motor, $4500 OBO
321-953-4709, 508-1707
BOSTON WHALER '04
14ft. w/traller, 40HP
4-stroke mercury out-
board, blmlnl top & swim
ladder, only 40hrs In
fresh water, Exc, cond.
$9,299. 772-663-9563
JET BOAT, Eliminator
454, 20', 1984, w/traller,
Fast, fun, many extras
Owner motivated to sell.
$10,000/obo. Any offer
considered.321-752-3957


PROLINE 23': '01 Sport
Fisherman, 225HP Mer-
cury engine, fully equip-
ped, Center console,
aluminum trailer,
$15,000.772-664-1877
TRIPLE PONTOON: 20',
w/ cabin for camping, bait
well, deck chrs, unique,
50hp, 4 strk merc, trl,
$6995 obo 772-581-0312
WAVE RUNNER: '00
Yamaha, mint condition,
98 hrs, Includes trailer &
safety equipment. $3200
obo 772-978-7261


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