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Community Notes .............. B8
'Crossw ord .............................. B8
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Dining & Entertainment .... B1
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Week in Review .................... A3


School officials adapt to budget shortfall


BY WARREN KAGARISE
Staffwriter
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Facing a $5 million
shortfall, the Indian River
County School District
could save money by cut-
ting some employee incen-
tives, eliminating some
vacant positions and imple-
menting a district-wide
energy savings program.


Charter


campus


breaks


ground


Plan calls for
school to open
in August
BY WARREN KAGARISE
Staffwriter
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Officials sunk shovels
into a weed-choked lot last
week, ending a months-
long debate about a char-
ter school planned to open
by August.
Imagine School at South
Vero initially faced opposi-
tion from school district
staffers and, later, from
residents who worried
about traffic problems in
the south Indian River
County neighborhood near
the planned campus.
Officials said the campus
would be ready Aug. 18,
when the next school year
begins.
"We're an ambitious
company," said Christian
Cascone, Central Florida
development director for
Imagine Schools.
Imagine Schools, a Vir-
ginia-based nonprofit that
operates 52 charter


I See CHARTER, A2


Cities

approve

planning

pact

Deal calls for
new highway,
eco-tourism
panel
BY WARREN KAGARISE
Staff writer
FELLSMERE
Efforts to connect
roads, conserve land
and share utilities are
part of a joiht-planning
agreement approved
last week by Fellsmere
and Palm Bay officials.
And the five-year
pact also establishes
new rules for develop-
I See PLANNING, All


A drop in property tax
revenue has forced district
officials to consider cuts.
District officials outlined
potential cutbacks Monday
during a forum at Sebastian
River High School.
As part of his plan to
address the budget short-
fall, Superintendent Harry
La Cava recommended sev-
eral money-saving meas-
ures, but recommended


against layoffs for district
employees.
The superintendent also
suggested the district com-
bine job responsibilities
where possible. ,
He encouraged taxpayers
to ask questions about
budget proposals and pro-
posed cuts.
"We are trying to be as
transparent as possible,"
Mr. La Cava said. "There is


nothing to hide."
Michael Degutis, assis-
tant superintendent of
business and finance, out-
lined a first round of pro-
posed cuts that would save
the district $5.9 million.
Rising fuel and insurance
costs hit the district along-
side falling revenue and
state-mandated property
tax cuts.
An energy-savings pro-


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Homeowner Louise Colley removes some window screens to make room for volun-
teers to help rebuild her home last Saturday in Gifford. Ms Colley's home was
destroyed by the 2004 hurricanes.


gram could save the district
$250,000, according to dis-
trict estimates. And officials
could pursue insurance
savings that could help the
district pocket $1.18 mil-
lion. By indefinitely sus-
pending some employee
bonuses, the district could
save $848,000.
With more than 2,000
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'This is

where I

want to

be'

Neighbors join
forces to repair
longtime Gifford
resident's home
BY WARREN KAGARISE
Staffwriter
GIFFORD - For almost
four years since hurricanes
ravaged her neighborhood,
Louise Colley has been
unable to sleep in her own
bed.
For almost four years, as
she shuttled between the
homes of family and friends,
Mrs. Colley stopped by her
old house every day to pick
up her mail.
Out front in her car, she
would sit and cry.
"After almost four years,
help finally arrived last week-
end. As Mrs. Colley watched,
nearly 200 volunteers began
needed repairs to her home.
"I have had two addresses
in my life," Mrs. Colley said.
She spent most of her 70
years in the mint-green
house on 25th Avenue. She
raised her children there. Her
husband died there three
decades ago.
Standing in her ruined liv-
ing room May 17, exposed
beams above her head and
fragments of drywall beneath
her feet, Mrs. Colley said she
I See HOME, A8


Fellsmere and Palm Bay,
which share a common
border along the Brevard
County-Indian River
County line, agreed last
week to jointly plan
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TREASURE COAST -
Seacoast National Bank and
The Hibiscus Children's
Center have joined hands to
commemorate "Foster Care
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funds to support the abuse
prevention and intervention
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information about Hibiscus
Children's Center to every
customer. Flowers were
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The Hibiscus Foster Care
Program recruits, licenses
and re-licenses prospective


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support services. There are
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agencies to recruit new fos-
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Charter
" From page Al


schools nationwide, will
build its first Indian River
County school on 17 acres
near Fourth Street and 58th
Avenue. Construction could
cost up to $10 million. '
Principal Joe Mills said
the school represented "a
new choice for parents in
Indian River County."
Officials said the campus
would open on time despite
the compressed construc-
tion schedule.
"Absolutely," Mr. Mills
said. "Our builder says we
can be ready."
As public schools operat-
ed by a private company or
individuals, charter schools
receive state money and
cannot charge tuition.
Under state law, charter
schools are exempt from
certain rules governing tra-
ditional public schools.
Imagine School at South
Vero is scheduled to open
in August with capacity for
500 elementary students.
Eventually, the campus
could be expanded to
include 750 students from
kindergarten to eighth
grade.
More than 250 parents


have enrolled their children
so far.
"I don't think parents are
going to have any problem
filling this school," School
Board member Lenora
Quimby said.
Students will study a spe-
cialized curriculum called
"MicroSociety," in which
students collaborate in pro-
granis modeled on business
and government.
Plans call for 44 class-
rooms constructed around
a courtyard. Infrastructure
for wireless Internet access
and other technology will
be built as well.
"The venue itself adds to
the educational experi-
ence," Mr. Cascone said at
the May 15 groundbreaking
ceremony.
Imagine Schools applied
for a charter contract in
2006, but the School Board
voted against the applica-
tion, after district staffers
raised questions about the
organization's proposal
and recommended against
board approval.
After board members
denied the application,
Imagine Schools appealed


to the state Charter School
Appeal Commission. After
the commission over-
turned the Indian River
County decision, School
Board members approved
two five-year contracts
with Imagine Schools.
Imagine Schools is also
considering a site near
58th Avenue and 69th
Street for an elementary
school.
"Parents deserve choice,"
Ms. Quimby said. "One size
does not fit all."
Before Imagine Schools
could break ground, how-
ever, the organization
needed a special exemp-
tion to build Imagine
School in South Vero in a
residential neighborhood,
on a site once planned for
a subdivision.
Neighbors worried about
increased traffic generated
by the school, but the
County Commission
approved the special
exemption last month.
Under the agreement,
Imagine Schools will add a
sidewalk to Fourth Street
and add turning lanes to
accommodate traffic.


Budget
From page A


employees, the 17,000-stu-
dent district is "the largest
employer in Indian River
County. Salaries and bene-
fits make up the bulk of the
district's $392 million
spending plan.
Cutbacks are designed to


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Brombach said. "There will
be more coming from Talla-
hassee."
Revenue losses related to
Amendment 1 property tax


reform are also projected to
quLee'ze the district dtifthg
the next several years. I
For instance, portabilityls
expected to cost the district
$15.2 million over the' next
five years, according to dis-
trict figures. Portability
allows homeowners to take
benefits from the existing 3
percent assessment cap on
primary homes when they
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Staff photo by Warren Kagarise
Henry Winkler, who starred as Fonzie on "Happy Days," signs books for fans at the Vero Beach Book Center on May 14.
Mr. Winkler and co-author Lin Oliver have written 14 books for children since 2003.


'Happy Days' actor brings message


of inspiration to book center


BY WARREN KAGARISE
Staff writer
VERO BEACH - Before
he rocketed to success as
Fonzie on "Happy Days,"
actor Henry Winkler was a
lot like fictional fourth-
grader Hank Zipzer, "The
World's Greatest Under-
achiever."
Hank is the main charac-
ter in a series of children's
books co-written by Mr.
Winkler, which he dis-
cussed last week during a
stop at the Vero Beach Book
Center.


Like Mr. Winkler, 62,
Hank suffers from dyslexia,
which turns words and let-
ters into a confusing jum-
ble on the page. Mr. Win-
kler's dyslexia went
undiagnosed until adult-
hood.
At the Vero Beach Book
Center, which was packed
with more than 300 fans
ranging from grandparents
to preschoolers, Mr. Win-
kler encouraged children to
succeed.
"How you learn has noth-
ing to do with how brilliant
you are," Mr. Winkler said.


"Every one of you has a gift
inside of you, and it's up to
you to give that gift to the
world."
Since 2003, Mr. Winkler
and his co-author, Lin Oliv-
er, have produced 14 books
about Hank Zipzer, a hap-
less New York City fourth-
grader with self-described
"learning challenges."
Characters and settings
for the humorous Hank
Zipzer novels are drawn
from Mr. Winkler's child-
hood on the Upper West
Side. Previous books chron-
icled Hank's fear of failing


fourth grade and his fre-
quent trips to detention.
Teachers had little confi-
dence in Mr. Winkler when
he was an elementary
school student at PS 87.
"They thought I was
going to matriculate until I
was 27," Mr. Winkler said.
After reading two chap-
ters of the latest Hank Zipz-
er tale, "The Life of Me," Mr.
Winkler signed autographs
and offered words of
encouragement.
"You don't know what you
can accomplish," Mr. Win-
kler said.


WEEK IN

REVIEW

Struggling Linens-N-Things
says it will close Vero store
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY- Linens-N-Things will close
its store near the Indian River Mall after the chain of
housewares stores filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy pro-
tection.
Linens-N-Things will close 120 stores, including six in
Florida. No closing date has been announced for the Vero
Beach store, which is located at 6420 20th-St.
On May 2, New Jersey-based Linens Holding Co., the
parent company of Linens-N-Things, filed a petition in
bankruptcy court in Delaware.
By filing for Chapter 11, Linens Holding Co. will be
shielded from creditor lawsuits as the company reorgan-
izes.
A slowing real estate market and worsening economy
brought trouble for Linens-N-Things.
"The significant deterioration in the mortgage, housing
and credit markets and the resulting impact on the retail
marketplace, particularly the home sector, has over-
whelmed the operating and merchandising improve-
ments that we have made over the past two years," Robert
DiNicola, Linens Holding Co. executive chairman, said in
a news release.

Treasure hunters strike gold
off Indian River County coast
SEBASTIAN - A crew working with Mel Fisher's Trea-
sure Museum uncovered gold and gem-studded jewelry
last week from a shipwreck near the Indian River County
coastline.
Capt. Greg Bounds, a Fellsmere resident, and
crewmembers Chaz Francoviglia, Emigeio Gil and Doug
Kaye of Gold Hound Treasure Divers discovered the loot
in waters south ofWabasso Beach. Crewmembers discov-
ered the treasure on a wreck from the 1715 fleet at a site
known as Corrigans.
The location of the shipwreck has not been released.
And the treasure hunters believe the site has the potential
to yield other valuable artifacts.
Capt. Bounds said the jewelry was discovered in a previ-
ously unexplored area of the Corrigans wreck.
The crew discovered the haul May 11, but windy condi-
tions prevented Capt. Bounds and his crew from sal-
vaging for the next few days.
Capt. Bounds turned in the treasure to Mel Fisher's
Treasure Museum on May 13. The pieces will be displayed
at the Sebastian museum.
One of the artifacts is about 1 inch in diameter and
appears to have a ruby as the center gemstone with set-
tings for five diamonds, one of which is still missing,
according to a new release.
Until further research is completed, identification of the
second piece has yet to be determined, but Capt. Bounds
believes it could be an earring.
The shipwreck where Capt. Bounds and his crew made
the discovery is one of 11 Spanish galleons that sank dur-
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Friday, May 23, 2008


Religion News


* The college/young
adult Sunday School Class
is being combined with the
adult class to study "Seven
Words to Change Your Fam-
ily" by James MacDonald.
Newcomers are always wel-
come to the 9:30 a.m. class-
es every Sunday.
* "G-Force", the chil-
dren's ministry for K-6th
grade will begin a new
series called "In the
House," all about God's
written word, in May. Local
children are invited to join
the excitement at this high-
ly interactive learning


experience every Wednes-
day evening from 7-8 p.m.
First Baptist Church of
Sebastian is located at 725
Commerce Center Drive,
Suites C, D and E, Sebast-
ian.
For information, call Pas-
tor Bill Brothers (772) 473-
3614 or visit www.fbcsebas-
tian.com.

Immanuel Church

* Support group/ cele-
brate recovery, a support
group for hurts, habits and
hang-ups meets every


Thursday at 6 p.m. for din-
ner, 6:45 p.m. for meeting.
Donations are accepted for
dinner.
For more information, call
(772) 562-3185. Immanuel
Church is located at 455
58th Ave., Southwest, Vero
Beach.

Micco Community
Church

* A study entitled The
Twelve Steps for
Christians, a Bible study
for multiple addictions, will
be held on Mondays, start-


First Baptist
Church of Sebastian

* Registration for Outrig-
ger Island, Vacation Bible
School at First Baptist
Church of Sebastian is now
in progress for children
PreK-6th grade. Every
morning, from 9 a.m.-
noon, from Monday, July 7
-through Friday, July 11, will
.be packed with fun events
:and learning. Admission is
free but advance registra-
tion is requested; call Karen
Fields, (772) 559-9241 for
'information or to register.


ing at 7 p.m. at the church.
* An open discussion
entitled "Coffee and
Christ," on Tuesday
evenings at 7 p.m. in the
church fellowship hall.
The church is located on
the corner of Church Street
and Central Avenue. .in
Micco.
For information, call (772)
538-4916 or (772) 581-9524.

Asbury United
Methodist Church

* Vacation Bible School -
Pre-registration for VBS to
be held on June 23-27, from
9 a.m. to noon. The theme
is "Beach Party - surfin'
through the scriptures."
All the events will be held
at Asbury United Methodist
Church, 1708 43rd Ave.,


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Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 562-9232.

Riverside Church

The church's 21st
anniversary will be cele-
brated with a church picnic
on Saturday, May 31, start-
ing at 10 a.m.; there will be
face painting in the morn-
ing plus canoes and boat
rides until 3 p.m. The
church is 'providing hot
dogs & barbecued sand-
wiches; there is no admis-
sion charge but they
request advance registra-
tion so enough food will be
prepared. Bring a salad,
dessert, and gallon of a
favorite beverage to share;
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ing a hurricane in July 1715.

FCAT results loom
large for seniors

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Poor reading scores on the
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test could pre-
vent about 100 Indian River
County high' school seniors
from graduating, according
to results released last week.
Of the 124 seniors required
to retake the state standards
test to graduate, only 17 per-
cent passed.
Students who fail the FCAT
as high school sophomores
are afforded six more oppor-
tunities to pass the test,
which is required to earn a
high school diploma.
Statewide, only 16 percent
of seniors required to retake
the FCAT passed.
FCAT math scores for Indi-


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an River County seniors were
higher, with a 38 percent
passing rate among the 50
students required to retake
the test.
Statewide, 32 percent of
seniors passed the math
retake.
District officials pointed
out that seniors scored about
the state average for both the
math and reading retakes.
Among high school juniors
retaking the test, Indian
River County students
scored above the state aver-
age - 24 percent in reading
and 39 percent in math.
AtVero Beach High School,
2 percent more juniors and
seniors passed the FCAT
retake compared to 2007.
VBHS students also passed
the retake in higher num-
bers, 38 percent this year, up
14 percent from 2007.
On the math retake, 56
percent of Sebastian River
High School juniors passed,
a 16 percent leap over 2007.
Overall, 38 percent of the
district seniors required to
retake the FCAT passed, an
11 percent increase from last
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POLICE REPORT


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
suimted innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a
court oflai.w

Vero Beach Police
Department

*Theodis L. Hlarris, 37,
1324 Wavey, Kansas City,
Kan., was charged with
home invasion robbery,
resisting an officer without
violence and false impris-
onment.
*Timothy Wayne Coving-
ton, 41, 1500 Sixth Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance.
*Warren Keith Dewees Jr.,
28, 1576 16th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell or deliver, pos-
session of Xanax with intent
to sell or deliver and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
*Peter J. Ruzicka, 50, 1555
14th Ave., Unit 110, Vero


Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
drug paraphernalia.
*Bengt Anders Nyquisis,
18, 4600 N. A1A, Unit 510,
Vero Beach, was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance, posses-
sion of 20 grams or less of
marijuana and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
*Rodney Stuart Anderson,
27, 904 20th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft.
*Jamaal Kendale Williams,
25, 634 24th Place South-
west, Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
uttering a forged bill, two
counts of organized fraud
and two counts of petit
theft.
*Kimberly Gorka Willard,
44, 2903 Sixth St. S.W., Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation. She
was on probation for
attempting to obtain a con-
trolled substance by fraud.
*Timothy Wayne Ravanis,
25, 1282 13th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling, third-degree


grand theft and criminal
mischief.
Indian River County
Sheriffs Office

*Tyrone G. Jenkins, 18,
4282 36th Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with criminal
use of personal identifica-
tion.
*Zachary Lee Mills, 18, 143
N. Pine St., Fellsmere, was
charged with violation of
probation. He was on pro-
bation for felony battery.
*Peter Phillip Roussonico-
los, 47, 6193 56th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
organized scheme to
defraud, grand theft and
depositing a bank item with
intent to defraud.
*Deandre Lucas Love, 26,
1620 26th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with aggravat-
ed battery on a pregnant
woman.
*Remus Taylor, 18, 2184
Seventh St. S.W., was
charged with child abuse
and domestic violence.
*Travis Hamilton Bass, 18,
1605 20th Ave. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged


with felony criminal mis-
chief.
*Jorge Ortiz, 40, 2710
Dairy Road, Melbourne, was
charged with being a habit-
ual traffic offender.
*Victoria Lee Bell, 42, 668
Kroegel Ave., Sebastian, was
charged with possession of
oxycodone without a pre-
scription.
*Eldridge Lee Holliday, 49,
4610 34th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with third-
degree grand theft.
*Yolanda Patrice, 22, 513
Douglas Court, Fort Pierce,
was charged with posses-
sion of 20 grams or less of
marijuana and possession
of a controlled substance
without a prescription.
*Daudra Marcia Gist, 23,
1767 Monterey Drive, Unit
103, Palm Bay, was charged
with failure to appear in
court on a charge of failure
to return leased property
and violation of probation.
She was on probation for
grand theft.
*Bruce Harley Fowler, 18,
2055 Seventh Ave. S.W., Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary of a dwelling.


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*Charles Dudley Mason,
19, 495 13th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with burglary
of a dwelling and third-
degree grand theft.
*Lakeshia R. Warner, 31,
220 S.W. Sixth Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with fal-
sifying an affidavit with
regard to sale of a motor
vehicle and grand theft of a
motor vehicle.
*Neil J. Lemaister, 44, 5290
21st St., Vero Beach, was
charged with failure to
appear in court on a charge
of felony driving while
license suspended.


*Stephen Simpson, 41,
6135 Quito Ave., Cocoa, was
charged with violation of
probation. He was on pro-
bation for grand theft.
*Jonathan Bryant, 19, 4656
48th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with criminal use of
personal identification.
*Joe Lester Denson II, 29,
4180 47th Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender.
*Andrea Marie Long, 21,
5811 Babcock St., N.E., Palm
Bay, was charged with pos-

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New recreation area could boost eco-tourism


County, state
chip in for 85
acres near
Fellsmere
BY WARREN KAGARISE
Staff writer
FELLSMERE - Eager to
attract birdwatchers, bikers
and hikers to rural Indian
River County, officials
detailed plans to add recre-
ation amenities to the pro-
posed Fellsmere Trailhead
Preserve, which received.
county and municipal
approval last week.
Florida Communities


Trust, a state grant pro-
gram, awarded Fellsmere
$6.3 million last year to buy
86 acres northwest of Inter-
state 95 and County Road
512.
Indian River County paid
$542,873 last week for con-
servation easements on the
land, with county commis-
sioners voting 5-0 to spend
environmental bond
money for the develop-
ment rights.
And the Fellsmere City
Council, which views eco-
tourism as a way to boost
economic development,
cleared the way for the pre-
serve last week.
"When this is completed,


it should really be a nice
conservation area," County
Commissioner Gary Wheel-
er said during a May 13
meeting.
Under the agreement,
Fellsmere will own the land
and be responsible for
adding amenities and
infrastructure to the pro-
posed preserve.
"I really like it because
y'all are taking care of it
and the county residents
can use it," County Com-
missioner Wesley Davis
said.
Fellsmere plans a green-
way through 20,000 acres of
land recently annexed by
the city. A greenway is a


stretch of open space
established along a man-
made corridor, such as a
roadway, or a natural one
like a river.
Officials finalized agree-
ments for the Fellsmere
Trailhead Preserve as the
county Metropolitan Plan-
ning Organization consid-
ers ways to expand biking
and pedestrian trails
throughout Indian River
County.
Planners are aiming to
expand greenways, and use
the paths to link land-
marks, such as schools or
shopping centers.
Fellsmere Mayor Sara
Savage said the proposed


preserve contains a section
of the former Trans Florida
Central Railroad, which can
be used for hiking.
Mayor Savage joined
other City Council mem-
bers on May 15 to approve
the agreement.
Unlike two recent devel-
opment rights purchases,
the Fellsmere Trailhead
Preserve will conserve pub-
lic land.
"This land, once owned
by the city, will have full
and unfettered public
access," assistant county
attorney Marian Fell said.
Commissioners drew fire
last year for paying $12 mil-
lion for development rights.


at Treasure Hammock
Ranch, and another $11.�
million for development
rights at Padgett Branch
near Blue Cypress Lake.
Public access to both sites
is limited.
Fellsmere city manager
Jason Nunemaker
described amenities for the
proposed preserve, which
could include facilities for
picnicking, as well a's
camping areas and eques-
trian trails.
Work will begin immedi-
ately, Mr. Nunemaker told
county commissioners,
and facilities will be
opened during the next
several years.


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More on Humiston Park

Why can the City Council sell property that the citizens
own? Mr. Humiston gave it to the people, not the city. We,
the taxpayers, should get back the money we have paid in
taxes and up keep for the property.
I wish an attorney would stand up for us. We own that
property, and we have no voice. The council people should
be impeached.

Learn from diversity

I find it so interesting how we accept that which is differ-
ent from us.
I'm definitely right of center, but I'm worried about how
we treat those who stray from the straight and narrow. We
can learn from diversity.

Frustrated without a job

I have lived in Florida since 1995. I have always been
employed, attained my Associates degree while living here,
and am over the age of 50. This past December I was laid off
from my job, which was in the construction industry. I have
been applying to jobs daily since then, and it is a very frus-
trating pursuit. One job that I applied for had over 500
applicants for a single position. I am told repeatedly that
each job that I apply for has over 80 applicants.
I would rather have a job, but I am currently on unem-
ployment, which will run out in June. While it's help, it is not
enough to cover all of my household bills, so I have almost
depleted my savings.
What happens after my benefits and my savings run out?
I am also without any health coverage now and fear what
will happen if I need medical attention. I would surely be
wiped out. Then there is the issue of retirement - what's
that? At this rate that will never be an option, I will have to
work till I die.

Can't make it in Florida

The cost of living keeps rising, especially gas prices, and
homeowners insurance rates. In my employment search it
is apparent that it is an employer's market, so the salaries
being offered are not sufficient for people to live on. The
minimum wage is $6.75. A gallon of gas is costs around $4
and a gallon of milk is over $4, so one hour of work doesn't
even cover one gallon of gas and a gallon of milk.
I can't even sell my house and leave the state unless I want
to take a loss, which I can't afford to do.
Doesn't anyone else see something wrong with this pic-
ture?

Electricity prices too high

The utility rates have gone up too much, especially for
those on Social Security and fixed incomes. How can we
afford to pay our bill?

Don't vote for Obama

Why would anyone vote for a man who only has two years
experience to run this country?
Barack Obama is brainwashed by the Rev. Wright. He
stayed with him for 20-years.
God Bless America!

Bring an end to puppy mills

I was just asked to buy two sick puppies for half-price
from a broken down puppy breeder. We need to stop this
abuse.

Care for the animals

Another fire killed 45 cats in a small duplex apartment; 18
survived. The problem is the lack of humane laws. Shelters
and rescuers are allowed to stuff animals in crowded condi-
tions without air conditioning or a human care taker. It
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Prepare your children for hurricanes


It's hard to believe that
we are talkingabout
hurricanes again.
While we have had some
calm seasons and hope this
coming one will be calm, too,
the last few years should
have taught us that we need
to be more prepared and
have enough supplies to get
us through a few days
without power.
Next week's edition
features the American Red
Cross hurricane guide, so I
thought I would focus on''
children and how hurricanes,
and other disasters affect
them.
After Hurricane Katrina,
we were all shocked to
discover how vulnerable
children are in a disaster,
both physically and emo-
tionally. We were dismayed
at pictures of parents
frantically searching for
children they lost.
Now is a good time to sew
name tapes in the clothing of
young children, including
the name and number of a
contact person outside of the
area, so if phone service is
disrupted, a family member
orfriend can take the call
and know that the child is
safe.
Michael Haney, division
director for prevention and
intervention of the Florida
Department of Health, offers
suggestions for creating a
family disaster plan and
handling the stress it puts on
families and children.


SHELLEY KOPPEL
Alive and Well


SChildren fear that they will
be separated from their
family or left alone, that the
event will recur or that
someone will be hurt or
injured. Try to allay fears
while remaining realistic.
"You can never fully
prepare for a natural disaster,
and you don't want to instill a
heightened sense of anxiety,"
said Dr. Haney.
"The key is good commu-
nication with your kids. If
you see something on the
news, talk with them about
how they feel and how they
think others are feeling. Talk
about what you would do if
something happened in your
community and reassure
them that you will do
everything you can to keep
them safe."
The Department of Health
recommends assembling a
kit, whether you evacuate
your home or remain. It


could include:
*A few favorite books,
crayons and paper.
* Puzzles, a board game
and a deck of cards.
* Two favorite small toys,
dolls, action figures or
stuffed animals.
* A favorite blanket and
pillow.
* Photos of family and pets.
* Other special items that
will be a comfort.
Both the DOH and the
Florida Institute for Family
Involvement, which helps
families with special needs
children, suggest keeping all
of a child's important
information together,
including a photo, birth
certificate, medical and
immunization record, list of
medications and contact
information.
Perhaps this is something
you and your children can
do together, making a
booklet for each child that
they can decorate and
personalize. Store each one
in a waterproof bag and put
it with your hurricane kit so
that you won't forget to take
it. If your child takes medica-
tion, make sure you have at
least several weeks of
medicine.
It is also a good idea to
limit access to TV if there is
bad news being replayed. If
children or teens see seas of
death and devastation, talk
to them in an age-appropri-
ate manner and watch for
symptoms of depression,


such as sleep disturbance,
lack of interest in activities or
substance abuse.
For school-age children
and teens, suggest some-
thing they can do to help,
such as a lemonade stand or
a car wash to raise money in
school.
Now is a good time to
watch for sales on canned
and packaged goods such as
tuna, vegetables, breakfast
bars and evaporated milk or
long-life milk such as
Parmalat.
Buying a little at a time, on
sale, will help your budget
and help you stay out of long
lines.
If you have an infant or
young child, check withyour
doctor before a change of'
diet. When you finish a : 01fi
container of soda or juice,
rinse it out well and fill it
with water. Even if you don't
use it for drinking, have
supplies for personal
hygiene and cleaning.
For more information
about hurricane prepared-
ness, visit the Web site of the
Department of Health at
www.doh.state.f. us.
Let's hope we don't need to
use the information in the
near future, but let's be
prepared.
Shelley Koppel is the former
editor of "Today's HealthCare
magazine and a member of
the NationalAssociation of
Science Writers. You can send
questions bye-mail to
skoppel@bellsouth.net.


It's time to back up your computer


There is one chore that
tends to get neglected
by nearly everyone,
and it's probably the most
important task for a
computer user.
"Backing up your system"
is something we all know
about, and it is even more
important than keeping
your anti-virus program up-
to-date.
But how? We hear about
the importance of regular
backups and how tragic it
can be when there is a hard
drive crash and no backup
available, but the one thing
that seems to be missing is a
comprehensive step-by-
step set of instructions on
how to complete this
important task.
So why is it that there are
no instructions? What steps
should we take to avoid
losing our data in the case of
a catastrophic hardware
failure?
I think one of the reasons
that it's hard to find any
clear instructions on this is
because there are just so
many ways to back up your
system.
Methods range from
simple (copying the
contents of the my docu-
ments folder over to a DVD)
to complicated (using a
series of backup tapes in an


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alternating rotation).
Choosing methods can
get weighed down in details
that make it easy to forget
that the ultimate goal is to
have periodic snapshots of
your data available "just in
case."
My philosophy has always
been to keep it simple. If all
of your important data is
stored in your my docu-
ments folder, and you have
a DVD burner (most
systems these days do) then
you may do fine by just
copying the contents to a
blank DVD and then writing
the date on the disk with a
marker and tossing the disk
in a box.
Following these steps
once a week or so could be


all you need to safeguard
your data.
If your data is more
spread out (perhaps you
have data on the computer
that is not saved in your my
documents folder; if you use
Outlook Express, the
messages are stored in
another location), then just
copying the contents of that
folder will leave data
behind, and that method
won't protect you 100
percent. Another method
should be considered.
On my machine, I have
important data spread all
over my machine. I used to
be able to get away with just
copying my documents over
to a DVD, but two things
happened: First, my data
grew to larger than what
would fit on a DVD, and
second, I wanted a way to
grab data that wasn't in my
documents.
The method that I chose
was to use an external hard
drive that plugs into a USB
port. These drives are cheap
enough, readily available
and large enough (hundreds
of gigabytes) to hold all your
data.
Using an external drive,
you can manually copy all of
the folders to the drive, but I
prefer to have things
automated so I can accom-


plish the task with one click
(or better yet, schedule it so
it runs automatically every
night).
There are a ton of backup
programs out there ranging
from Windows Backup,
which may already be on
your machine, to expensive
backup solutions designed
for large corporate environ-
ments.
The trick is to find
something that is cheap and
simple to use. I use (and
recommend) a program
called GoodSync, which is
available at www.Down-
Load.com. It's free and clean
(meaning it doesn't come
loaded with a bunch of spy
ware) and can be set up to
run automatically. You point
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On the morning of May
12, Indian River County
ocean lifeguard Robert
(Bob-O) Woyshner was at
the North County Aquatic
Center pool training with
his colleagues as they did
laps in the pool to keep
their swimming skills
honed for rescues of
swimmers in distress.
But on this clear morn-
ing, it would be Mr.
Woyshner, the lifeguard,
who would become
stricken as he swam in a
lane next to his colleagues
- some of whom are
emergency medical
technicians (EMTs).
Mr. Woyshner was
quickly removed from the
pool and his ocean rescue
as well as pool lifeguard
colleagues proceeded to ,
try to save him through
CPR and several heart
defibrillation shocks.
Sadly, there was no
response to their heroic
efforts and Mr. Woyshner
was transported to Sebast-
ian River Medical Center,
where he was pronounced
dead.
He was 56 years old.
Mr. Woyshner's wife is a
teacher in the Brevard
County school district and
had to be contacted with
the shocking news that the
husband she said goodbye
to only a hour or two
earlier was now dead.
Less than 48 hours prior
to the fatal incident, my
husband David, a part-
time county lifeguard, had
shared the lifeguard tower
with Mr. Woyshner at
Golden Sands Park beach


BARBARA YORESH
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on A1A north of the
Wabasso Causeway. On
this May 12 morning,
David was not scheduled
to work, but after receiv-
ing the news about "Bob-
O" from a lifeguard
colleague, David headed
to Golden Sands to fill in
for his fallen comrade.
The entire ocean rescue
patrol was shaken to its
core and when I spoke to
David later in the morn-
ing, he expressed what
could only be described as
surrealistic disbelief that
Mr. Woyshner was gone for
good - all while sitting in
the tower on Mr. Woyshn-
er's lifeguard chair that
was draped with his beach
towel. Other items of Mr.
Woyshner's personal
effects were in that tower
as David and his lifeguard
partner looked at them
with almost uncompre-
hending sadness.
I knew Mr. Woyshner
and his wife. I had been in
their home and they in
mine. That morning, I
realized that she and I now
shared more than a mere
geographic background.
In 1992,! was widowed
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never thought about moving.
"This is where I want to be,"
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When times turned tough, a
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the great-grandmother.
"God is amazing," Mrs. Col-
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a Florida Health Department
official.
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unteers to renovate crum-
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afford repairs on their own.
Teddy Floyd, one of the
nonprofit's founders and an
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Office detective, said the day-
long project brought residents
together.
"Even with the economy
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into their hearts and give,"
Detective Floyd said.
Alan DaleWilliams donated
heavy equipment from his
land-clearing business for the
May 17 workday.
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we'd like to have her back
here," he said, referring to
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As her sagging house stood
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tractors who took her money
and disappeared without
doing any work.
For two years, Mrs. Colley
has lived west of Vero Beach
with her daughter, Madelyn
Sears, and her son-in-law.
"It's a cliche, but there's no
place like home," Mrs. Sears
said.
Her coworkers from Vero
Radiology spent Saturday
lending a hand at the job site
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"They didn't have to come
out here," Mrs. Sears said.
"Everybody worked all day on
the job yesterday."
"I'm not going to ever take
it for granted," she contin-
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Joel Dramis, a building offi-
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Lucie, coordinated dozens of
volunteers through the
Christian ministry World
Changers, which tackles
home-building and renova-
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"This is a woman, who,
over the years, has done so
much for this community,
and she needs help," Mr.
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Mrs. Colley's front yard.
Three more workdays are
scheduled to complete
repairs to Mrs. Colley's home.
"I can't repay them," Mrs.
Colley said as volunteers
rushed around her. "I can just
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'Planning
From page Al
ment on 38,000 acres
along the Brevard, Indian
River county line. Both
cities will be allowed to
consider developments of
10 acres or more proposed
for the joint-planning
'area.
Critics contend the
joint-planning agreement
{could someday transform
Fellsmere, with a popula-
tion of less than 5,000, into
a copy of its northern
-'.'neighbor. Palm Bay claims
about 100,000 residents.
Officials said the accord
would improve future
planning.
"This agreement before
you is not a merger; it's a
dialogue," Fellsmere city
manager Jason Nunemak-
er told City Council mem-
bers before the unanimous
May 15 vote.
At a separate meeting
held the same evening, the
Palm Bay City Council
approved the pact without
discussion.


Orchid Island resident
John Williams criticized
the agreement, saying
Fellsmere would eventual-
ly resemble sprawling
Palm Bay.
"You're not part of Palm
Bay, but you're going to
be," Mr. Williams said. "I
don't think your citizens
want that."
Fellsmere attempted to
forge a joint-planning
agreement with Indian
River County, but the
effort was rebuffed,
municipal officials said.
"Right now, the most
receptive partner to talk
about this is Palm Bay,"
Mr. Nunemaker said.
As part of the joint-plan-
ning agreement, both
cities would support
efforts to build an inter-
change on Interstate 95
between Grant Road and
Micco Road.
Other transportation
provisions prevent widen-
ing two-lane Babcock
Street, and encouraging
construction of an interci-
ty connector from Indian
River County Road 512 to


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From page A7
':'husband was similarly
"stricken in our home and I
,was comforted to a very
small degree to know that
she did not see her hus-
band die as I had seen
mine.
And I wondered how
long it would be before
any of us who knew them
.would hear that wonderful
and frequent laughter of
hers.
What I learned from my
own tragedy and what I
know she will learn from
'hers is two things: life is
preciously short and we
should tell those we love
what they mean to us
while they are alive.
I will tell you that a
lifeguard's job is not all
that glamorous. They
spend eight-hour shifts in
pairs in cramped, hot
lifeguard to\uers. During ,
the winter months, they -
are subjected to bone-
numbing, damp cold and
the sea is frigid. The
unrelenting Florida sun



Center


has caused skin cancer for
many of them and the
constant glare of the
sunlight on the waves
results in a variety of eye
problems. Plunging into
the sea to save a panicked
swimmer caught in a rip
current or other distress is
potentially dangerous for
the rescuer as well.
But they do it and Mr.
Woyshner was among the
patrol's best.
He was witty and loved
to talk. Oh, did he love to
talk! Ask a question or
open up any topic of
discussion and Mr. Woysh-
ner was off and running.
His monologues were
legendary for their length
and breadth. A stunned
and shaken ocean life-
guard patrol later that
morning tried to shake
Their dt.pairi by imagining
Mr. Woyshner at the pearly
gates of heaven and being
granted quick admission
by St. Peter just to get him
to stop chatting.


the proposed Palm Bay
Parkway.
Conservation efforts are
also a key part of the plan-
ning pact, which calls for a
seven-member eco-
tourism panel appointed
by both municipalities.
Plans for greenways and
wildlife corridors are also
discussed.
Developers would be
offered incentives to clus-
ter projects within the
planning area.
And the utility compo-
nent of the joint-planning
agreement could lead to
Fellsmere and Palm Bay
sharing sewer and water
services in emergencies.
Fellsmere Mayor Sara
Savage said her city turned
to Palm Bay because
efforts to negotiate with
Indian River County and
nearby Sebastian were
unsuccessful.
"We meet resistance
everywhere we go in this
county," she said.
Since 2007, Fellsmere
has annexed land adjacent
to the Brevard County line,
while Palm Bay has


annexed land to the Indian
River County line.
Fellsmere and Palm Bay
share a boundary about
one mile long.
On the Fellsmere side,
18,000 acres are part of the
joint-planning area; the
Palm Bay expanse includes
20,000 acres.
"Palm Bay is coming
south," Fellsmere Council-
woman Susan Adams said,
arguing that it would be
important for Fellsmere to
have a voice in future
planning decisions.
Fellsmere has annexed
thousands of acres of agri-
cultural land in recent
years, worrying slow-
growth activists who argue
that Fellsmere could allow
high-density development
on the annexed land.
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Fellsmere officials coun-
tered.
Indian River County and
the five municipalities are
currently negotiating an
interlocal agreement that
would earmark land for
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More on my Jamaican adventure


In an earlier article "A
Jamaican adventure to
remember," which can
be found at www.myhome-
townnews.net, I described
my five-day trip to Jamaica.
I went with the Jamaican
Tourist Board to experience
"The Many Moods of
Jamaica" and started in
Kingston.
Our travel took us from
Kingston to Ocho Rios and
onto Montego Bay, where
we ended our busy trip of
visiting eight hotels, five
attractions and attending
the Jamaica Exchange trade
show of properties and
attractions.
It is very difficult at times
to explain to someone that
your trip to Jamaica is all
business, "Yeah, sure," is
the usual response. And
although you are visiting
beautiful properties and
experiencing incredible
local fare, these types of
trips are exhausting.
We had beautiful weather
although it was a little
humid for a couple of the
days. There were 11 of us -
nine from various Florida
cities, one from Houston
and one from Puerto Rico
- plus we had a'great bus
driver who was pleasant
and very helpful.
I already covered our
time in the capital city of
Kingston in my previous
article. On day three, we
left Kingston and traveled
the beautiful, winding
scenic roads up and over


PATTY TOPPA
Travel columnist


the Blue Mountain range.
As we neared the top of
the mountain, we could see
a portion of the new road
being built to run from
Kingston to Ocho Rios.
This should be finished in
the next year or so. This will
cut the three-and-a-half-
hour drive almost in half,
however you may not be
able to see the roadside
shops with all of its carv-
ings and the incredible
flora and fauna along the
way.
We reached the outskirts
of Ocho Rios along the
north coast of the island.
The view takes your breath
away with the blue-green
ocean as far as you can see
without ships, barges or
even sailboats disrupting
the horizon.
Our first stop was the
Gran Bahia Principe,
located in Runaway Bay, a
fairly new resort that offers
an all-inclusive plan.
This gorgeous resort
boasts 700 junior suites
with three lake-shaped


swimming pools that
connect together from
inside the u-shaped resort,
and end along the ocean-
front. The beach area has
an outdoor restaurant and
a water-sport shed.
The resort, although
beautiful, was vast. You
must walk a lot to experi-
ence it all. You can, howev-
er, call the desk and ask to
be picked up by one of the
golf carts to go to other
areas.
Our next stop was the
family-friendly Franklyn D.
Resort, which is all-inclu-
sive (all meals, entertain-
ment, soft drinks and
alcoholic beverages, water
sports, etc. are included).
This rather small and
quaint resort has 77 rooms
in various configurations.
The resort is a bit older and
shows some wear on the
buildings and the grounds,
however its' program offers
so much for families.
FDR supplies nannies to
families who book the
family suites. They are
there to help the entire
family enjoy their vacation.
The high-repeat business
keeps this resort alive and
well.
During our visit, families
were on a treasure hunt,
and all of the employees
were involved with helping
the children. It was quite
nice to see.
Speaking with one
gentleman from England
who had two young girls
(about 4 and 6), said it was
his third time here with his
family, and they all love it.


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They will return as long as
the children will. What
better family vacation than
this?
Next, we went on to visit
Hedonism III, an alterna-
tive lifestyle, clothing
optional, all-inclusive
resort. The resort has two
sides (the nude side and
the prude side). We toured
the grounds and various
accommodation options.
The rooms were recently
renovated, and the d6cor
was filled with bright colors
and warm woods. The
grounds had winding
walkways that separate the
different areas.
There was a lot of party-
ing going on in one of
pools; sounded like it was a
lively bunch.
We ate lunch at one of
their outdoor restaurants.
Of course authentic
Jamaican fare was on the
menu, but with added
salads and a delicious red
pea soup. Once again, the
view of the ocean was
incredible.
There is so much more to
tell of this trip, so look for
my next column, the
conclusion of my Jamaican
adventure.
As the Jamaican people
say, "Once you go ... you
know!" It's so true. You need
to be there to experience
the Jamaican way.

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Cypress Gardens: Truly plant lover's delight-

Cypress Gardens: Truly a plant lover's delight


This week, my wife
Carol and I celebrated
our eighth wedding
anniversary. We decided we
wanted to go somewhere
that was special, relaxing
and entertaining. We
decided that Cypress
Gardens was the best ticket.
Since we are both plant
lovers, this journey was
indeed a day to remember.
The gardens are meticu-
lously trimmed and pruned
to perfection. You can find
almost any plant variety
that is imaginable includ-
ing some that are difficult
to find at most nurseries.
Upon first entering the
park, you will be greeted by
untold topiaries of almost
all shapes and sizes includ-
ing swans, birds and even
seals! You will stumble on
rows and rows of colorful
annuals that look so neat
they look like they were
planted yesterday. Along
the main path, you will see
one of the most breathtak-
ing man-made waterfalls I
have ever seen. It is land-
scaped to perfection with
countless begonias,
marigolds and others that
are too numerous to
mention.
The botanical gardens
area is a must-see with
many exotic and not so
exotic plants from around
the world. It offers two
garden tours a day, which
are extremely interesting
and educational. It's a great
and inexpensive day out!
Just don't forget to see the
ski show.
I will be posting a com-
plete slide show of the park
at
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JOE ZELENAK
Garden Nook

Today I want to talk about
a couple of the plants that I
encountered on the tour
that have a very interesting
background. The first is a
plant called the Traveler's
Palm.
The Traveler's Palm
ravenalaa
madagascariensis) is
actually not a palm at all.
This plant is a member of
the bird-of-paradise family.
In fact, looking at the plant
from a distance, it is very
difficult to tell them apart.
This plant has a very
interesting history. Back in
the explorer days, this plant
actually was a source of
water for travelers, hence
the name traveler's palm.
The stems hold rainwater
that can be used as an
emergency drinking supply.
Each stem can hold as
much as a pint of water.
Its huge paddle-shaped
leaves that have both a
tropical and majestic
appearance characterizes
the plant.
Traveler's Palm is easy to
grow and can offer a
distinct tropical look to any


landscape.
The plant requires a fairly
sunny location and should
be planted so the shape of
it goes from east to west. I
was not able to do that with
mine, but the plant is still
thriving beautifully.
Traveler's Palm requires
moderate water, but once
well established, they are
very easy to maintain. The
main maintenance issue
with this plant would be
trimming off the dry
and/or broken branches.
Although quite hardy, they
can be damaged in high
winds or hard freeze
conditions. My plant has
been through both and has
recovered every time.
You can fertilize with a
high nitrogen fertilizer
during the summer season
if desired. This will help to
keep the dark-green leaf
color and aid in faster plant
growth.
These plants are available
at many local nurseries.
The next plant I would
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This plant is often used as
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Song of India requires
bright light, but will burn if
placed in all-day direct sun.
The plant is easy to grow
and only requires small
amounts of water. They do
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Texas; two daughters, Lynn
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Beach, arid Holly Walker ofi
Lenore City, Tenn.; nine
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
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2008, at the Indian River
Medical Center in Vero
Beach.
He was born July 21, 1922,
in Jasper, and moved to Vero
Beach 12 years ago, from
Chuluota.
He was a veteran of World
War II, serving in the U.S.
Navy.
He is survived by his wife of
62 years, Janice Wetherington
of Vero Beach; two children,
Randi Dempsey of Vero
Beach, and JeffreyWethering-
ton of Bridgeton, N.J.; and
five grandchildren.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Humane
Society ofVero Beach, PO Box
644, Vero Beach, FL 32961.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Glenda Darnell

Glenda Darnell, 43, died
May 9, 2008, at VNA Hospice
House inVero Beach.
She was born in Marathon,
and lived in Vero Beach for 20


years, coming from Mel-
bourne.
She was a commercial loan
officer at Indian River
National Bank in Vero Beach
for eight years.
She was a member of Glen-
dale Baptist Church, Vero
Beach.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Steve Darnell of Vero
Beach; a son, Trent Smith of
Vero Beach; a daughter,
Nicole Smith of Vero Beach;
three stepsons, Kenny Dar-
nell of Charlotte, N.C., Justin
Darnell and Steven A. Dar-
nell, both of Vero Beach; her
father, Glen D. Bidwell of
Idaho; her mother, Mary Bid-
well of San Antonio; a sister,
Lori
Spencer of San Antonio;
her paternal grandmother,
Lenora Bidwell of Fabens,
Texas; and six grandchildren.
Memorial contributions
may be made to American
Cancer Society, 3375 20th
Street, Vero Beach, Florida
32960.

Carl Conrad Troyano

Carl Conrad Troyano, 94, of
Vero Beach, died May 11,
2008, atVNA Hospice House.
He was born in New York
City, and moved to Vero
Beach four years ago, coming
from Boca Raton.
He was the former
owner/operator of the Troy
Hairdresser Shop for 35 years
in Fort Lauderdale.
He was of Catholic faith,
and a veteran ofWorld War II,
serving in the Army Air Corp.
He is survived by two
nieces, Darlene Cappelluti of
Sebastian, and LuAnn Com-
misso of Smithtown, N.Y.; a
nephew, Edward Toyano of
Wadin River, N.Y.; and a
cousin, Gloria Canu of Fort
Pierce.
He was preceded in death
by his wife of 47 years, Penny.
Memorial contributions
may be made to VNA Hospice,
1110 35th Lane, Vero Beach,


FL 32960.

Norman M. Seldes
Norman M. Seldes, 77, died
May 12, 2008, at Indian River
Medical Center in Vero
Beach.
He was bor in Brooklyn,
N.Y., and lived in Vero Beach
for 15 years, coming from
Brooklyn, N.Y.
He served in the U.S. Army,
and was a member of Temple
Beth Shalom ofVero Beach.
He is survived by his wife,
Carol Seldes of Vero Beach;
two sons, Paul Seldes of Vero
Beach, and Jerrold Seldes of
Rochester, N.Y; a sister, Bar-
bara Blecher of Fair Lawn,
N.J.; and three Grandchil-
dren.
Services will be private.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home and Cremato-
ry in Vero Beach.

Dorothy Lykens

Dorothy Lykens, 83, died
May 2, 2008, at Indian River
Medical Center in Vero
Beach.
She was born in Altoona,
Pa., and lived in Vero Beach
for 25 years, coming from
Mechanicsburg, Pa.
She retired as a manage-
ment assistant from the U.S.
Department of Defense, in
Mechanicsburg, Pa., in 1983
after 22 years of service.
She was an active member
of Living Lord Lutheran
Church and a volunteer for
the Vero Beach Chapter of
Deborah Heart and Lung
Center.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 48 years, Kenneth
Lykens.
Memorial donations may be
made to LivingLord Lutheran
Church, 2725 58th Ave., Vero
Beach, FL 32966.
Arrangements were by
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Kendrick R. Wilson Jr.
Kendrick R. Wilson Jr., 95, of
Vero Beach, died May 11,
2008.
He was born in Elizabeth,
N.J.
He served in the U.S. Navy
duringWorld War II.
He received his bachelor's
degree in 1936 from Dart-
mouth College, where he
majored in History.
He was appointed to the
Advisory Council for Minori-
ty Enterprise by President
Nixon.
He is survived by his wife of
62 years, Katherine; two
daughters, Schuyler Field of
New Canaan, Conn., and
Holland Wilson of Rye, N.Y.;
two sons, Kendrick R. Wilson
III of Bedford, N.Y., and
James E Wilson of Rye, N.Y.; a
brother, David of PonteVedra
Beach; two sisters, Jane
Stover of Maplewood, N.J.,
and Eleanor Jordan of Bran-
ford, Conn.; 10 grandchil-
dren, and seven great grand-
children.
Donations may be made to
St. Luke's Church, Darien, CT
06820 or Hospice of Indian
River County.
Arrangements were under
the direction ofStrunk Funer-
al Home & Crematory.

Arthur C. Silvano
Arthur C. Silvano, 84, of
Vero Beach, died May 14,
2008, at the VNA/Hospice
House inVero Beach.
He was born in Albany, N.Y.,


and moved to the Vero Beach
area in 1980.
He was a fingerprint analyst
for the state of New York
before his retirement.
He was a Purple Heart
recipient and a veteran of
World War II, serving in the
U.S. Marine Corps.
He was a member of St.
Helen Catholic Church in
Vero Beach, American Legion
Post No.39 in Vero Beach, the
Italian American Club and a
volunteer police officer for
the Colonie, N.Y. Police Auxil-
iary.
He is survived by two
daughters, Mary Malicki of
Boynton Beach, and Ann T.
Smith of Albany, N.Y.; a
brother, Eugene Silvano of
Schenectady, N.Y.; three
grandchildren and a great-
grandchild.
He was preceded in death
by his wife of 62 years,
Genevieve C. Silvano.
A Mass will be celebrated
and interment will take place
at Our Lady of Angels
Catholic Cemetery in Albany,
N.Y
Memorial contributions
may be made to the American
Diabetes Foundation, 1101 N.
Lake Destiny Road, Suite 415,
Maitland, FL 32784.
Local arrangements were
under the direction of Cox-
Gifford-Seawinds Funeral
Home and Crematory in Vero
Beach.

Elisabeth Van Eeden
Elisabeth Van Eeden, 99,
died May 13, 2008, at Indian
River Estates Medical Center
in Vero Beach.
She was born in Germany,
and lived inVero Beach for 28
years, coming from New
York.


She was a member of Our
Savior Lutheran Church in
Vero Beach.
She is survived by a son,
Rolf Karl of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
two daughters, Betty
Wasczyk, and Karen Hernan-
dez; and one granddaughter.
At the family's request there
are no services scheduled at
this time.
Arrangements were by
Strunk Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

James Gordon
Withers Jr.
James Gordon Withers, Jr.,
88, of Vero Beach, died May
15, 2008, at Indian River
Estates inVero Beach.
He was born in Grafton,
WVa., and moved to Vero
Beach from Alabama.
He attended Fairmont State
College for two years and
transferred to West Virginia
University where he earned a
Bachelors and Masters
degree in Chemical Engi-


neering and was inducted
into Tau Beta Pi.
During World War II he
served in the U.S. Air Force.
He was a Christian and an
active member of Presbyter-
ian churches where he served
as deacon, elder and Sunday
school teacher.
He taught himself to play
the flute and played in the
Port St. Lucie concert band
and was one of the founders
of the Alliance for the Men-
tally Ill of St. Lucie County.
He was preceded in death
by a brother; a sister; and a
son, Dana Leigh Withers.
He is survived by his wife of
63 years, Ernestine; a son,
Eric of Fort Pierce; a daugh-
ter, Susan Sheridan and her
husband, Brian, of Ishpem-
ing Mich.; three grandchil-
dren, Kathleen, Amanda and
Leah Sheridan; and one great
grandson, Eli.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
gifts may be made to Indian
River Presbyterian Church,
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FRIDAY, MAY 23, 2008 * HOMETOWN NEWS


SUNDAY, MAY 18,
to SUNDAY, JUNE 15
-Dinner Theatre in Vero
Beach continues with the
Theatre-Go-Round encore
production of "Sister Amne-
sia's Country Western
Nunsense Jamboree" present-
ed at Coppertop's of Vero
Beach in the Best Western Hotel
on State Road 60 West.
The Treasure Coast's newest
and only dinner theatre
previously presented the hit
musical to a seven-week, sell-
out crowd and standing
ovations.
Artistic Director Jon Putzke
has scheduled an additional six-
week run with performances
given on Sundays, with dinner
seatings at 4,4:15 and 4:30
p.m. The play begins at 6 p.m.
The cost for the Dinner and
show package ranges from
$29.95 plus 7 percent tax and
20 percent gratuity per person.
The price includes table-side
service, several gourmet entrees
from which to choose, as well
as an arrage of a la carte
appetizers, salads and desserts.
A complete beer, wine and
cocktail menu is also available.
This third musical in Dan
Goggin's string of six "Nunsens-
es" wilLcontinue to be played in
an interactive format around
and at your dining table with an
all-star cast featuring Eleanor
Dixon in the title role of Sister
Amnesia, Nikki Monahan as
Sister Robert Anne, Daniel Hall
as Father Hollywood and cast
newcoiners Pam Rochowiak as
Sister Wilhelm and Beth
McKenzie-Shestak as Sister Leo.
A live country band will be
conducted by musical director
Marg Putzke on keyboards with
Linda Spiwak on fiddle,
Brandon Putzke on percussion
and Joe Liguori on the gut
bucket.
The original seven-week run
of this-production was a sell-out
so reservations are strongly
recommended.
Call (772) 567-8321 Ext 183
for more information.

SATURDAY, MAY 24,
to MONDAY, MAY 26
-Earl's Hideaway presents
the First Riverfront Music
Featival beginning at 2 p.m. on
Saturday and continuing at 1
p.m. Sunday and 1 p.m.
Monday for a Memorial Day
weekend filled with awesome
blues performers.
This free festival will feature
artist Bluestone with David
Shelley; the Ghostriders with
Steve Grisham; award-winning
blues guitarist Debbie Davies;
Skye Burrell; The Raiforde starke
Band; Ernie Southern & The
Deltaholics; the Albert Castiglia
Band and The Scott Holt Band.
Breakfast specials will be
served until noon, and there will
be a wide variety of food and
arts and craft vendors.
Earl's Hideaway is located
along the scenic Indian River at
1405 Indian River Drive in
Sebastian.
For more information, call
(772) 589-5700 or visit online
at www.earlshideaway.com


TUESDAY, MAY 27
-The Vero Beach High School
presents the Spring Choral
concert "Matinee Memories"
at 7:30 p.m. in the Vero Beach
Performing Arts Center located
at 1707 16th St. in Vero Beach.
This delightful concert will
include many old favorite songs
including "Rocky Top," "When I
Fall in Love," "The Shadow of
Your Smile," "Unchained
Melody," "Soul Man" and "You
Don't Own Me."
Several different singing
groups will be performing in
this concert. The first half of the
performance will take concert-
goers back to the simpler days
before television and the
second half celebrates the
wonderful music from the early
Hollywood era. This uniquely
enjoyable production will
feature various styles of
international music for the
entire family.
Tickets are $10 for the lower
level and $8 for the upper level.
Call (772) 564-5646 for
information and tickets.

FRIDAY, MAY 30
-The Indian River County
Main Library will present its '
third Tea Party from 5 to 7
p.m. and the public is
cordially invited to attend.
This event will honor the
library's outstanding instruc-
tors and introduce new
programs for the fall.
The party will feature belly
dancing, karate and tai chi
demonstrations. Samples of
drawing and painting class
students will be on display
including a piece by recent
national award winner Lynne
Williams, who won first place
in the watercolor category of
the DAR's American Heritage
Art contest.
Come and meet the co-
hosts of the Happy Hour Tea
Party - the "Docs" who
appear at the library each
Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. to
offer a variety'of health-based
topics.
There is no admission fee
for this entertaining and
enjoyable event, but you may
bring your prettiest tea cup if
you wish.
The main library is located
at 1600 21st St. in downtown
Vero Beach.
For more information,
contact Maria at (772) 770-
5060 Ext. 4121.

FRIDAY, MAY 30,
and SATURDAY, MAY 31
-A second annual fundrais-
ing Dinner Theater production
of "Oscar"will be presented at
7 p.m. both evenings by the
Face to Face Ministry youth
group of Crossroads Christian
Fellowship located at 10205
U.S. 1 in Sebastian.
This fun-filled evening of
laughs and surprised will be
cast with teens and all proceeds
from this event will go to an
upcoming missions trip to
Mexico on June 27. The


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Eatery serves tasty Asian food


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A restaurant boasting of
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get together for an impromp-
tu birthday party lunch.
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midweek celebration by
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 05-23-2008
Aries-March 21-April 19
Your deep well of energy and insight
continue to amaze everyone around
you. Where does this super con-
sciousness come from? From your
heart and spirit, of course. You were
born with this fine inner glow. Move
it to a higher level. Transform your
life and move into your true path of
destiny. You can do it. It's your true
purpose.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Your strong spirit always comes to
the rescue when life's challenges try
to overwhelm you. You have a
guardian angel watching over you


atmosphere and a banquet For dipping, we were
of lunch specials that we served a cup ofponzu. Ponzu
spread out on the round is a traditional citrus soy
table that allowed us to try a sauce that is a combination
little of everything, of sweet, salt, and sour tastes
The first thing that we that go perfectly with the
shared was a platter of crisp crunch of the
Japanese dumplings. Our dumplings.
gyoza were stuffed with pork We ordered ala carte sushi
and pan fried to a crisp consisting of two tuna, raw
brown served with shredded shrimp, octopus and conch.
carrots, cabbage and .__These were served with a
arranged on a large leaf of helping of ginger and a large
lettuce, slice of orange.


and giving you a second wind when
you need it the most. This great
power is there to help you every
time. You were chosen to be strong
and helpful to all of us. Spirit wants
to help you as well.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Life has its ups and downs. You will
continue to move closer to your
dreams when you listen to, under-
stand and use the natural rhythmic
energy to guide you on your life's
path. When you feel struggle, it is
the universe telling you to slow
down and be patient. Follow your
heart, not your head. There is no
time to waste.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Don't fret over recent struggles.
Jupiter in retrograde causes grief for
self-motivated people like you. Posi-
tive energy will soon be flowing
again, and you will find yourself
moving on and achieving your goals.
Put your faith in spirit more than
people. It will never let you down
when you are open to it and trusting.


The sushi was fresh and as
pleasing to the eye as it was
to the pallet. Other
sushi/sashimi available ala
carte include items such as
avocado, asparagus, cucum-
ber, salmon, snapper, Wahoo,
scallops, eel and other
delectables.
We chose two different
Sumo House Special rolls. A
Volcano Roll was a baked mix

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Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
You have a way of handling stress
like few other signs. When others
around you are losing it, you are the
one who stays calm and keeps mov-
ing smoothly. For this, the universe
wants to pay you back and help you
realize your heart's desires. You just
have to be open to it and feel wor-
thy to receive. You deserve the best.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Your physical and emotional health
and well- being rest on your ability
to find and maintain balance. You
are a strong sign, but even the
strongest grow weary without rest
and renewal. Thinking happy
thoughts is the best way to start.
Then stay focused on your top prior-
ities. You don't have to be all things
to all people anymore. It's your life.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
The strongest Librans are the ones
who think with their heart rather
than the head. The heart rules the


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Fellowship will be sending 17
teens and six adults to build a
solid block home for a Mexican
family.
Fellowship members hope to
raise funds for construction
materials as well as airfare, food
and ministry materials for the
10-day Mexican stay.
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dinner theater. Food donations
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The event celebrates the
church's 21st anniversary and a
host of activities is planned for
the entire family.
There will be face painting in
the morning plus canoe and
boat rides.
This year's event will include a
cooking contest with three
delicious categories: cakes,
baked beans and "chefs
choice." Ccntact the church for
entry details.
The church will provide hot
dogs and barbecued sandwich-
es. There is no admission
charge, but those wishing to
attend arelasked,.to register in
advance so enough food will be
prepared.
Those attending are kindly
asked to bring a salad, dessert
and gallon of a favorite
beverage to share. Disposable
containers are preferred.
For information or to register,
call the church office at (772)
589-7825.
ONGOING EVENTS
*Is There a Doctor in the
House? Well, there is at the
Indian River County Library's
main branch at 6 p.m. on
Tuesday.


And these doctors are making
house calls at the library! A free
and exciting new series is
offered to promote optimum
total health for the new year
with the library's "Ask the Doc"
series which will continue on
Tuesday evenings throughout
the year.
Each week, doctors will
discuss timely topics and follow
up with questions and answers
from the attendees.
These programs are free but
space is limited and registration
is required.
The main branch of the Indian
River County Library is located at
1600 21st St in Vero Beach.
Call (772) 770-5060, Ext
4121 to sign up.
-The Museum Art School at
Vero Beach Museum of Art
presents its 2008 Spring Art
Workshops. ,. . ,
On Saturday, May 3, from 9:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. (with a break),
Derek Gores will present "Wet &
Wild Drawing.
This course teaches artists to
draw wet, draw fast and maybe
with two hands at once! In the
afternoon, the class will draw
from the nude model. For more
information or to register for the
workshop series, call Museum
Art School Manager Ellyn
Giordano at (772) 231-0707,
Ext 116.


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Vero Beach resident Timothy Pickerill (left) and Mary Hallenbeck of Sebastian prepare to
serve the 100 or so invited guests to the grand opening of The Majestic last Tuesday evening.


Majestic 11 theatre opens


BY BARBARA YORESH
Entertainment writer

Its name is a traditional
one for theaters and movie
houses from Broadway to
Boise: "Majestic."
And the inherent regal
grandeur of that familiar
i appellation is tangibly
evident at Vero Beach's
newest movie theater - the
Majestic 11 - that opened
last week in the former
Luria Plaza on U.S. 1, which
is now known as Majestic
Plaza.
The Majestic 11 movie
* theater, which replaces the
previous Zota Galaxy 12
Theater that closed in 2006,
'is a unique blending of the
Elegance of old movie
theaters with the most
modern technology and
equipment.
Owned by Cinemaworld
of Florida and the Rick Starr


family (formerly associated
with Treasure Coast auto
dealerships), the Majestic
11 on May 13 hosted aV.I.P.
invitation only premiere
party for more than 350
guests, who enjoyed the
luxurious surroundings and
tasty refreshments.
The family owns other,
"more modern" style
theaters in Melbourne and
Rhode Island, said Barbara
Starr.
"We're very excited. We're
getting great reactions from
the people coming here for
the first time. We're getting,
"Wow" and they're very
grateful we did this," said
Rick Starr II, vice president
and CFO of Cinemaworld of
Florida.
The plaza building's
exterior and interior were
completely redesigned and
rebuilt to house the 11-
theater complex that has a


seating capacity of more
than 1,600 patrons.
The Majestic 11 property
is leased from owner
Michael Rechter of Integra
Real Estate Development in
Fort Lauderdale who
purchased the former Luria
Plaza a year ago for $11.5
million. The Majestic 11
boasts Art Deco-styled logo
lighting on the building's
stylish exterior that gives a
hint to the retro decorative
elements inside.
Once through the doors,
one immediately notices a
level of extravagance not
often seen at movie the-
aters. The lobby's floor is
travertine marble tiles set
on the diagonal and the
concession's countertops
are of bubbly-patterned
granite.
A tall palm surrounding
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of white fish, crab, scallions,
flying fish eggs, with a
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sesame.
The other house special that
we chose was a dynamite roll
consisting of baked conch
and crab with spicy mayo on
the top of California rolls.
Both were outstanding and
we took home the extras that
we couldn't eat.
I had a wonderfully fresh
salad with ginger dressing.
The lettuce was crunchy and
the carrots were shredded
and juicy. The dressing was
honey sweet with just a bit of
a bite to it that made it an
exciting experience.
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prepared with the intentions
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It is not uncommon for
mothers to spend 45 minutes
on each child's school obento
(lunch) box and it can
become so competitive that
the mother's reputation is
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Food is served in bite-sized
pieces and arranged based
upon their color, shape,
texture and placed in the
individual containers that
make up a Bento box. The
food should oppose each
other, as pink should oppose
green, smooth should oppose
rough, circular to square and
angles to round.
There is a code that calls for
the stylization of nature and
that foods should remain in
their natural, raw state to
highest extent possible.
Natural decorations and
natural shapes such as
animals and flowers are
normal parts of the Japanese


presentation. Mother's have
been known to arrange sushi
into the shape of a panda or
other animals.
Sumo House serves a
traditional Bento Box lunch in
a five compartment lac-
quered tray consisting of bite
size pieces of food laid out in
a visually appealing manner.
The one that we ordered
had a half a California roll,
pan grilled scallops and
vegetables, tempura battered
white fish with a spicy mayo
and eel sauce, a rice ball and
fresh ginger with an orange
slice.
All were fantastic to view
and even better to eat. We all
enjoyed our food and were
quite enthusiastic in our
sharing. The white fish was
my favorite.
Fresh ginger was added to
all the meals as away to
cleanse the pallet in between
bites offish and other
seafood. Taking a bite of the
ginger allows you to taste the
next fish that you go to.
The menu is so extensive
that we didn't even get to the
Thai side, staying in the


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with less adventuresome
tastes, there are plenty of
options available on the
menu as well, including
teriyaki glazed chicken, fish,
and steaks.
The Thai menu has an equal
amount of items starting with
appetizers of goodies like
fried tofu andThai spring roll
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pineapple, basil and coconut
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managed to run out of both
room on the table and room
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choices.
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opened Sumo House Japan-
ese and Thai Restaurant in
September 2007 after
spending the last eight years
working for others in theVero
Beach area.
Mr. Maharuenghan
specializes in appetizers and
most of his specialties are not
on the menu but are posted
on the daily special boards.
His favorite spicy tuna
wonton with aWahoo salsa
can only be found on the
special board. "I'm an
appetizer kinda guy," Mr.
Maharuenghan said.
The most popular sushi roll
he serves is the Rock'n Roll
with soft shell crab, eel,
scallion, cream cheese,
asparagus, sesame, flying fish
eggs and topped with the
spicy mayo Dynamite sauce.
In honor of the birthday
that we were celebrating,
Sumo House brought
tempura battered fried
bananas with scoops of ice
cream and a candle over to us.
What a fun dessert to eat! The
bananas were still warm and
the ice cream melted over the
top of them delivering an
alternating hot and cold
impression to the tongue.
SSumi House is located'ht
713 17 St. inVeroBeach ind
is open for lunch from 11:30
a.m. until 3 p.m. Monday
through Friday, Noon to 3
p.m. on Saturday. Dinner is
served from 4:30 p.m. until 10
p.m. Monday through
Sunday.
Dining is casual in the
spacious sunny yellow
restaurant and reservations
are not required. You can
reach them by calling (772)
770-0835 or by faxing (772)
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Star Scopes
From page B1


spiritually evolved. This
best describes you. Living
in the light with love,
peace, abundance and joy
makes you divinely happy.
This much desired and
cherished inner wisdom
continues to guide and
bless you in majestic ways.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Say this out loud each
morning: "The universe is
my source of life. I awake
each day thankful to be
alive, and I rejoice in the
endless possibilities. I will
make the most of it. When
my work is over, I will
make time for pleasure,
joy and sharing my ideals.
Now I can face today with
much promise. Mine is a
great life."
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Sag is a fire sign. Fire rep-
resents the spirit in a


human life. You were born
with a great spirit. You
have always had it and you
always will. You refuse to
let people or events bring
you down. You always get
back up and continue on
stronger than ever. There is
no mountain too high for
you to climb.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
The moon in Capricorn gives
you an emotional edge now.
Capricornians have such a
strong will, but your heart
tells you the truth when you
listen. Now is the time to lis-
ten. You save yourself a lot
of time and frustration when
you just let go and stay in
the natural flow. Sense it
and then let your passion
motivate you to action. Now
all is well.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your quest for wisdom is


tireless. Take part of your
quest on an inner journey.
Plumb the depths of your
soul and bring up the true
visions. Let them guide you
on your path of self-real-
ization as well. This divine
guidance will also reflect in
greater peace, improved
health and brighter moods.
It doesn't get much better
than this.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Your life is very special.
Stay focused on your most
important dreams. You will
see them manifest and
bring life's best to you. Be
patient. Your life is in
divine order. Courage and
fearlessness are two of
your strongest virtues.
Your "heart power" is
greater than your horse-
power. Be gentle on your-
self. This is no time to burn
out.


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by a rich wood banquette-
like seat rises from the
lobby's center.
The lobby's elegance is
reminiscent of a fine hotel
or resort. But the smell of
fresh popcorn reminds
visitors that this is, indeed,
a movie theater, albeit a
most exquisite one.
Just past the main lobby,
another section proclaims
Rick's Cafe American - a
tribute not to the Starr.
father and son first names
but rather to the classic
film Casablanca.
Furnished with cozy
tables and chairs, the caf6
enables patrons to eat
snacks or meals before the
start of their movie. Within
severt-nonths, movie
officials hope to add the
serviceof salads and
sandwiches to a conces-
sion menu that already
offers more than the
standard movie theater
fare.
Concession Supervisor
Marissa Sullivan of Sebast-


ian is a two-year veteran in
the movie business and
just transferred from her
previous post to the
Majestic 11.
"I think this is a high-
class place. It's fun and it's
perfect," she said.
She noted that the
concession offers popcorn
with real melted butter as
well as 19 varieties of
candy, pizza, mozzarella
sticks, chicken and fries.
Concessionaire Mary
Hallenbeck of Sebastian
predicted the Majestic 11
"is going to be a fun place.
"This is like a blast from
the past. We wear these
little bow ties and the older
folks are getting a kick out
of it," Ms. Hallenbeck said.
A stroll to view one of the
11 individual theaters
reveals all the luxe of great
theaters of the past.
While the seating capaci-
ty in the 11 screening
theaters varies from 128 to
299 patrons, each one is
grandly appointed in the


richest of reds.
There is a feeling of
intimate coziness in one
theater seating 128. Thickly
padded red velour arm
chairs rock and are well-
spaced, giving theatergoers
lots of lush comfort as they
enjoy the film.
Antique-inspired sconce
lighting twinkles on the
red, swag-draped walls.
Underfoot is gorgeous
carpeting floral patterned
in the manner of British
Arts and Crafts designer
William Morris.
The Majestic brings to
Vero Beach a uniquely
elegant movie venue that
harkens back to the days in
the 1930s and 1940s when
Hollywood filmmaking
studios and their acting
stars were at their zenith.
Older patrons will surely
recognize in the lavish
decor many elements of
fine theaters of the past.
And younger ones will, no
doubt, be awed by that
classic beauty at the same
time they are "wowed" by
the marvel of the theater's
movie projection technolo-
gy and huge screens.
Rick Starr Sr. said that in
designing the Majestic 11,
he "tried to give it a retro


feeling and combine a great
mix of the old and new that
would appeal to all the
customers inVero (Beach)."
He noted, too, that
naming the theater was in
tribute to all the "Majestic"
theaters throughout the
country that have always
evoked to patrons a sense
of quality and style.
"It's got a great feel to it
and we get excited every
time we walk in and we
hope everyone else does,
too," said Rick Starr II.
There is special ticket
pricing on all showings
Monday through Thursday
(excluding holidays) for
only $5.
Ticket pricing for Friday,
Saturday and Sunday is $5
to $6 for movie showings
before 6 p.m. and $6 to
$8.50 for showings after 6
p.m.
The Majestic 11 is located
in the Majestic Plaza
(formerly the Luria Plaza}
at 940 14th Lane, just off
U.S. 1 several blocks south
of 17th Street.
For more information,
call the ticket line at (772)
770-0773 or the customer
service line at (772) 770-
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Cubed steaks
Meat tenderizer
Sliced onions
Mayonnaise, regular, low
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Sliced tomatoes
Hot sauce
Steak or hotdog rolls
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and allow to sit for 10
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strips 1/2-inch wide and 2-
inches long.
Meanwhile, saute onions
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The Cultural Council of
Indian River County's on
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public.
The goal is to raise funds
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County. The online auction
will run through August 15.
Items will close before then
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La Leche League
meetings scheduled
La Leche League is a non-
profit organization whose
mission is to help mothers
breastfeed through mother-
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Whether women breast-
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weeks or six months, they'll
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Treasure Coast meets in dif-
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Fifth-graders at Gifford
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Rams look to be tough at states


By JOHN MACDONALD
Sports writer
Editor's note: This story
went to press before John
Carroll's semifinal game
with Keystone Heights.

In the 1970s, one staple
of the Treasure Coastalong
with the eight-track tapes
and parachute pants was
John Carroll baseball.
Starting in 1973, the
team won three state titles
in six years. The first was
under Clyde Russell, when
John Carroll capped a 19-6
season with a 2-0 win over
Pensacola Christian.
With Jon Toler now at the
helm, the 1976 team strug-
gled to a 12-15 mark in the
regular season before turn-
ing it on in the playoffs,
going 6-0 with the capper
being a 6-2 win over Union
County in the state final.
Finally, with .Russell
making a return to the
dugout, John Carroll had
arguably the best year in
school history in 1978,
going 23-9 with a solid 6-4
win over South Sumpter in
the championship game.
Unfortunately, despite
continued success
throughout the years, the
Rams haven't been able to
duplicate the dominance it
experienced so long ago.
The team's last appearance
in the Florida High School
Athletic Association state
finals took place in 1997
when John Carroll lost to
Florida High out of Talla-
hassee, 10-5 in the Class 3A


semifinals.
Until now.
Riding a wave of domi-
nant pitching and timely
hitting, the Rams have a
chance to reclaim its posi-
tion as one of the state's
best, as it plays in this
year's version of the Final
Four. John Carroll earned
that right with a dominant
two-game sweep of Clear-
water Central Catholic in
the Region 3-3A champi-
onship series.
In the first game, the
Rams faced deficits of 6-2
and 8-6 before rallying to
tie the score and eventually
win it.
David Hall's two-run 430
foot blast in the top of the
seventh knotted the game
at 8 before the Rams rallied
for two more in the ninth
to win the game 10-8.
In the second game, T.J.
Mullins - who earned the
win in relief in the open-
er- started and continued
his dominance, of the
Marauders.
Mullins hurled a two-hit-
ter, striking out nine in
seven innings, as John Car-
roll won 2-0 to take the
series over the defending
state champions.
Coming into John Car-
roll's semifinal matchup
with Keystone Heights,
Mullins - the scheduled
starter - is sporting an 11-
1 record along with a 0.91
ERA and 97 strikeouts.
"He's having a great
year," head coach Mike
Easom said. "He's doing
pretty darn good, especial-


ly for high school.
"I hope he can do it one
more time."
Mullins is joined on the
staff by Dominic Laporte
and Shane McCain, who
both made significant con-
tributions throughout the
season.
Laporte is 5-2 with a 1.22
ERA with 50 strikeouts
while McCain entered the
state finals with a 4-1
record to go along with a
1.79 ERA and 53 strikeouts.
If the Rams advance,
McCain will start the
championship game.
"I don't have any reserva-
tions using him," Easom
said.
At the plate, the Rams are
led by Hall, who tops the
team in batting with a .433
average. Hall had three
home runs in the Rams'
last four games and has 37
RBIs to his credit.
"He's had a heck of a
year," Easom said. "Lately,
he's been carrying the ball-
club."
Two other players are
also hitting at.400 or bet-
ter, including Adam Koern-
er at .419 and Colton Grif-
fin at .400.
Heading into the game,
John Carroll is 23-5 and
was ranked seventh in
Class 3A in the final Sun
Sports/FSN poll. The team
is also listed as 14th in
Florida by MaxPreps.
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there and do what they've
been doing," Easom said.
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Aerification is a necessary evil


That time of the year
loathed by all golfers is
here.
Now is when golfers
across the land swear at
every greens keeper and
superintendent in town. By
now, or within the next
several weeks, every course
will undergo aerification as
courses ready themselves
for the summer season.
Nearly every golfer
despises this practice,
including myself. It always
seems that just when the
course is at its best, that it is
the time for major work to
be done. However, when
you look at the long-term
benefits, it's easy to under-
stand why aerification is a
necessary evil.
Like changing the oil on
your car, aerification is a
form of preventative
maintenance. Aerification is
an integral part of any
successful golf course
management plan. The job
of every superintendent is
not only to make the course
look fabulous today, but
also tomorrow and down
the road.
It's important for every-
one to understand how
meaningful aerification is to
producing healthy turf and
a healthy golf course in the
future.
Aerification achieves three
major objectives. First, it
relieves soil compaction.


Second, it provides a
method for improving soil
mixture around the highest
part of the grass root
system. Finally, it reduces or
prevents the build-up of
thatch.
When golfers by the
thousands walk on the
greens, and drive carts on
the fairways, the traffic
causes the soil near the
surface to compact into a
single, hard layer. Over time,
the soil becomes so tightly
compacted that water and
air have a difficult time
penetrating the surface to
reach the root system of the
grass. Once this begins to
occur, the roots decline, the
turf becomes weak and
disease and other problems
begin to appear.
Aerification pulls plugs
from the compacted soil,
allowing an infusion of life-
sustaining water and air to
reach the roots and bring
about a resurgence of.
growth.
To give you an idea of just
how compacted the soil
becomes, pick up a few of
the plugs that you may find
laying around after the
superintendent is done. Try
to break them or crush
them with your fingers.
They feel like little plugs of
cement. Now imagine air
and water trying to pene-
trate that hard layer to reach
the roots.


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist

On the greens, the holes
are filled with a sand-like
top dressing that drains well
and resists compaction. By
introducing this sandy top
dressing periodically, a
superintendent improves
the green's top layer and
helps avoid the expense of
someday needing to rebuild
or renovate the green.
On the fairways, the
growth of turf adds to the
protective layer of organic
material on the surface. This
layer, called thatch, is an
accumulation of dead grass,
leaves, stems and roots. A
strong and healthy thatch
layer helps the turf recover
faster from divots and cart
tracks and helps to prevent
the intrusion of insects and
disease.
The newest aerification
machines use smaller tongs


to pull plugs from the
greens. These smaller holes
help the green heal faster
and allow the superintend-
ent to get a better disper-
sion of top dressing. It
usually takes a couple of
weeks, and a few days or
nights of steady rain, for the
course to fully recover.
Unfortunately for us, our
courses are currently in
their driest state in many
months. The.lack of rain,
along with searing heat, has
wreaked havoc with our
turf. To keep it healthy and
in playable shape over the
hot summer, superintend-
ents need to start now by
getting the grass as lush and
happy as possible.
Personally, I'll happily
trade a couple weeks of
putts that bounce a few
more times if it means I get
to play on green grass all
summer long.
So before you trash your
superintendent the next
time you see him fueling up
the aerification machines,
remember that he's only
trying to provide you with
the best golf course, now
and in the future.
James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night Golf
Show on WPSL 1590-AM
radio station. Contact him
atjstammer@yahoo.com.


Notes


From page B8


that combine education'
with recreation for local at-
risk youth. As in previous
years, the 2008 season has a
waiting list of youth wanting
to participate.
Your financial support
helps Gifford Youth Activi-
ty Center provide opportu-
nities for these children to
succeed both educational-
ly and in life! The Center is
not a state funded organi-
zation; it is a non-profit
organization that depends


on public donations.
By supporting the "Spon-
sor-A-Child-for-the-Sum-
mer" program donations
makes it possible for more
youth to participate in
GYAC's Summer Programs.
Sponsor-A Child-for-the-
Summer is available for
$500. These programs
enable local youth to con-
tinue to learn and grow
throughout the summer
while minimizing the
child's chances of getting


into trouble.
For additional informa-
tion about the Sponsor-A-
Child Program please call
Freddie L. Woolfork, (772)
794-1005 Ext.34. Gifford
Youth Activity Center is
located at 4875 43rd Ave.,
Vero Beach.

Presentations
on the Internet
The Indian River County


Extension Service now
offers presentations on the
Internet. Presentations
that are created and nar-
rated by agents on the top-
ics of agriculture, environ-
mental horticulture, pond
maintenance, irrigation, 4-
H, and stormwater pollu-
tion are available at
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The list of available pre-
sentations will continue to
grow. Visit the Web site for
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Adult education classes offered


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The following classes
are offered through the
Indian River School Dis-
trict.
* Security Officer G
(Armed) - Adult Educa-
tion will have an Armed
Security Officer class that
will begin June 2 - 9. Stu-
dents will attend class 6 -
10 p.m., Monday - Friday
and one full day at the
range. The cost for this
class is $159 and interest-
ed persons may register
now at the Adult School
office.
* Free GED Classes -The
classes are set up so that
students can work at their
own pace in a small, com-
fortable, and quiet setting.
GED classes are available
at the Adult Education
School in Vero and at
Sebastian River High
School. Call (772) 564-
4970 for more information
including hours of opera-
tion.
* One Day Computer
Workshops - Adult Edu-


cation offers an introduc-
tion workshop, which will
be held on Saturday, June
21, from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Students will learn a vari-
ety of skills. The cost for
this workshop is $33. An
intermediate Word work-
shop is offered on Satur-
day, May 31, from 9 a.m. -
4 p.m. and an Internet
workshop on Saturday,
May 24. Call (772) 564-
4970 for additional infor-
mation or to register.
* E-mail and E-bay
Workshops - An e-mail
workshop will be held on
Monday, June 16 and June
23, from noon - 2 p.m. The
cost is $27. Adult Educa-
tion will offer an E-bay
Workshop on Friday, May
30. The cost is $47. Call
(772) 564-4970 to register.
* Vegetarian Cooking
Class - A Vegetarian
Cooking Class will be held
on Wednesday from 5 - 8
p.m. beginning July 2 - 23.
Students will learn a vari-
ety of recipes including
grain dishes, vegetable
dishes, salads, and bean
dishes. The cost for this


12-hour class is $86. Stu-
dents can register now at
the Adult Education office.
For course times, dates,
and fees, consult a course
schedule, available at the
office, area libraries, and
on the Web at www.indi-
anriverschools.org
Gift certificates are
available. Adult Education,
a division of the Indian
River County School Dis-
trict, is located at 1426
19th St., Vero Beach. ELL
(ESOL-English Speakers of
Other Languages) and
GED preparation classes
are free of charge to any
community member.
Call (772) 564-4970 for
more information.


Baseball signups start


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The Indian River Coun-
ty Recreation Department
is holding registration for
tee-ball and mighty mite
baseball is until June 9.
The games will be
played weeknights and
Saturday mornings. The
locations of games will be
at South County Regional
Park, North County
Regional Park, and 16th
Street Sports Complex.
Registration is $35 per
player and $150 per team
sponsor. For tee-ball,
players must be 4 and not
turn 6 by Aug. 1, 2008.
Mighty mite players
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must be 6 and not turn 9
by August 1, 2008.
Seasons start the week
of June 16, and spots are
filling up fast.
For more information,
call (772) 567-8000 Ext.
1732.


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ARMOIRE, TV- blonde
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great condition, $50,
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AWNINGS, Clamshell-
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BASKETBALL HOOP-
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1245, $75, 772-708-4067
BEDS, TWIN- Simmons
Beautyrest, Mattress
Sets, (2), like new,
$80ea, 772-299-1816 IR
BEDSPREAD- . George
W. Bates, double bed,
white, perfect condition,
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BIKES, Girls/Boys- 26",
Bell Air, Gel Seats, 2
years old, $100 pair,
772-299-6518 IR
BOOTS, Harley David-
son- Mega harness, high,
13m, new in box, $75,
772-359-1380 SLC
CAMCORDER, VHS-
Panasonic 50X, w/cords,
attachments, battery, &
case, $50, 772-785-7070
CHAIR, Rocking- beauti-
ful, heavy duty, wood,
Black Glider Rocker, $85
each, 772-337-3979 SLC
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CHAIR, Rocking- Maple,
w/cushions, good condi-
tion, $45, 772-335-4393
CHAIRS, Chaise lounge-
(2), good condition, $60
both, 772-340-1383 SLC
CHINA PLATTERS, anti-
que- glass serving plates,
ivided glass dish, fluted
bowl, $50, 772-461-8596
CLOTHES, Boys, Young
mens, "brand names",
like new, 125 items,
$100, 772-879-7400 SLC
COCA COLA COOLER -
from the 50's $175.
772-468-9148 Ft. Pierce
CONCERTINA- Made in
Italy, w/case, $130, Print-
er ink cartridge Brother
C31, $7, 772-461-9825
COPY MACHINE- Xerox,
model XC356, 24"x20",
clean, cream color, good
cond, $65, 772-340-3496
CURIO CABINET- glass
doors, 5 shelves, 100,
772-569-4070 IR
DAYBED with mattress-
new, white, must sell,
$100, 561-577-7301 SLC
DESK, COMPUTER-
22Dx34Lx30H, like new,
$50, 772-388-5247 IR
DESK, Executive- Large,
Tan Metal, wood like top,
good condition, $50,
772-398-4660 SLC

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DINETTE SET- 39"
round, pedestal table, 4
chairs, good condition,
.$125, 772-778-1844 IR
DINING ROOM Set-
wood, w/6 chairs & leaf,
$150, 772-663-6770 IR
DISHWASHER, GE-
Nautalis, aprox 25", 3 yrs
old,, great condition,
$100, 772-336-1259 SLC
DISHWASHER, Whirl-
pool- Black/Almond/
White Panels, $50,
772-464-6735 SLC
DOOR, Front Entry-
9-lite, excellent condition,
$50, 772-489-5575 SLC
DRYER, GE- white, 2 yrs
old, great cond, $150, (2)
Directv Receivers, blk,
$25ea, 772-563-0300 IR
DRYER, WHIRLPOOL-
$75, GE Dryer, $75,
772-770-1427 IR
EXERCISE Equipment-
Gravity Rider, $50,
772-468-4938 SLC
FAX MACHINE- Brother
770, w/phone & ribbons,
$20, 772-461-6521 SLC
FISHING RODS & Reels
$25 ea. Also new lures,
$2 ea. used very little,
772-589-1068 IR
GARAGE DOOR- Com-
plete, 16x7, $200,
772-878-5351 SLC
Call Classified
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GOLF BAG & Golf Cad-
die- with wheels, both in
excellent condition, $20
each, 772-879-7362 SLC
GOLF BAG- Tour Edge,
Quick Launch, new, blue/
black, $59, 772-595-0559
GRILL, George Fore-
man- 17" round, like new,
$12, 772-335-2201 SLC
HAMMER DRILL- 1/2"
variable spd, 5.5 amps,
new, black & decker $60,
772-343-8477 SLC
HELMETS, Motorcycle-
New, $45, Kodak Cam-
era DC3400, $125,
772-564-9798 IR
HOSE, Power wash, $30,
700' cable tv wire, $20,
Misc. doll house parts
$10, 772-581-9126 IR
HUB CAP- Plymouth,
1930, $25, 1970 Buick
hub caps, (4), $95,
772-388-3830 IR
JEANS, LADIES- Denim,
8 pairs for $3 each,
772-778-1677 IR
LADDER, Aluminum- 24',
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LAWN BRIDGE, Treated
Wood, Strong, $17
772-337-9196 SLC
LAWNMOWER, RIDING
John Deere, 27" cut, 9h
good condition, $20
772-589-9310 IR
LITTER BOX- Si
Cleaning, Litter Maid Or
Step, semi-automati
$45, 772-466-3226 SLC
LIVING ROOM Set- (
white couch, queen hid
a bed, 2 matching chair
$185, 772-569-1691 IR
MATTRESS SE
Queen, great condition
$75, 772-465-2458 SLC
MICROWAVE- Mag
Chef, 700 watts, ne'
never used, $6
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Owner fin. Also 200ac @
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New Ranch w/4 bed-
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$79,900/Reduced
*$69,900*. Owner Fi-
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KY Land 80+acs will di-
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MID TENNESSEE MTNS
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site w/woods & river ac-
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Cookeville. $29,900. Low
down. Owner financing.
931-839-6141
MONTEAGLE, TEN-
NESSEE 28.33 Acres w/
Beautiful Hardwood Tim-
ber. Great Private Get-
away. Will Subdivide.
Utilities Available! $3000/
Acre. 931-946-5263
Murphy, North Carolina.
2.41 Acres, New con-
struction, 2br/2ba com-
pletely furnished cabin.
Price reduced by $54K.
Must sell this week.'
$175,000. 727-644-8805
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N CAROLINA "Top of
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miles off Blue Ridge
Parkway, gated comm,
paved roads & utilities.
$225,000 407-321-2007
NC LAND: Near Raleigh/
Durham. 60acs pasture/
woods $199K; 8acs deer
$49K; 13acs hilltop $69K.
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NC LOG CABIN
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furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $165,000
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4.2acs grt view. $69,900.
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$29,900.
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easy access, creek,
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Bryson City. Ideal summ-
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Spectacular views. High
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North Carolina - Alarka OHIO LOG MANSION 5 SOUTH CAROLINA - ST. PAULS AREA in the TE
Highlands Grand Open- Acres, 4yrs old, 9000sf Aiken. 10 acres, eques- Beautiful Carolinas. Mt
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views at 4500' elevation Lg rec room. complete- board fencing, $2,500 $19,900. Owner Financ- Ex
.near Bryson City. Call ly furnished. $1 Million down payment, owner ing. 803-505-2161 Ca
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cabin shell on 1.7 acres, approx. 50mi SE of Talla- 6 acres cleared/ fenced, rational, $h279,000.TE
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its best, 1200sq ft 2 br. cozy 1-br/1-ba efficiency. Ft. Pierce, beautifully furn /apt. sec 8 ok. fresh paint roc
Looking for 35-55 yr fe- Electric, Landscaping, & 1/1 Key West style, new carpet, sm pets ok, fur
-male to share same. Maintenance included, across from best beach, $695/mo. 954-224-0622 $7
$420mo inc all utilities $500/mo + security, lush landscape, new sa
321-676-3759 F/S 561-398-5100 kitchen & bath, wireless VERO BEACH Walk to C
S F internet, flat screen tv, beach, shops & dining. CH
SFORT short or long term. From Large furn 2/2, ground fir. Lal
rooms, 1.5 baths, com- $225 wkly. 2502 Tamar- W/d, cable incl. $1600mo Hit
_ _pletely renovated, Cen- nd Dr. 772-321-5879 714-809-0815 Ve
trally located, Near US1, V E 7 Br or
Close to beaches PORT ST LUCIE Fully VERO BEACH: Del Mar 77:
$800/mo 305-772-4065 furn Studio 1/1, screened Cuhd 1/1.5, 55+ Pool E
FORT PIERCE: 2br/lba, pool. No smoking/pets. sk Available July 1st. FR
remodeled, brand new Includes all utilities in- /mo annual or 3mo
reverythig CbHA Clnoew eluding phone. Available $850/mo annual or 3mo 2ca1
everything. CHA. Close eluding phone.77 -3 3 min 772-321-5166 2/1
to Beach. $600/mo + Now! 772-3445632 6mn
-CENTRAL VERO BCH: $600 Sec PORT ST. LUCIE West VERO BEACH: Move in &
",Bright, Sunny /1/lcp 954-736-6476/709-8511 Belmont gated comm. special! Newly remod- ph
.-with balcony. No 2/2 1st fl. W/D, cable, eled. 1br & 2br from ho
SPets/smoke. Walk to FORT PIERCE: Beauti- Pool, gym, gated Granite $575. Tile, New app. FE
-beach, dining & shops. fully Frnished 55+ Ibr countertops lots of Close to Beaches, Parks
:.$750/mo 631-664-5332 at the Inlet House. Pool & storage. 1st & sec $800. Rest.pri
FORT PIERCE Spa-Clubhouse. $650/mo Ri- Close to 1-95. Mi
cious 2/1, tiled, no pets, chard 772-460-5392 772-878-6996 Av;
ous , tiled, no pets, SEBASTIAN- NEW 772
Se Habla Espanol, FORT PIERCE: Indian COMMUNITY Put your
Move in with payment Pines Village, Gated tax relief check to good OFF OSLO ROAD FO
plan for security deposit! 1br/1.5ba condo, 1st fir, use. $600 moves you in. 1/1, 2/2 and 3/2 Ga
$695mo 772-343-7195 Pool & Club House, Beautiful & Spacious 3/2. bedroom home with N
FORT PIERCE APT Lease or Purchase. $550 Move-n before June walk in closets inc
7107 Palomar St in per mo or $49,900 Call 20,2008. Don't miss out!! *Pool Fitness Center 77:
Lakewood Park. 2/1 for details. 772-409-3001 Limited time offer. Call us *Picnic/Playground areas -
newly remodeled, today 772-581-4440. In- Special One Month +
$650/mo $500 security Buig come Restrictions Apply. Special One Mon +
772-528-1254 S FREE for 2 or 3 BR. pal
4FORT PIERCE Highpoint your SEBASTIAN - Updated Office rs: fen
FORT PIERCE Highpoint 2Br/2Ba with New appl. Office hours: fe
55+ 2/2 1300sqft. 't in kitchen. All amenities, M-F 8:30-5:30 citp
Completely furnished. clubhouse, pool, tennis) Sat 10:00-5:00 $8
(clubhouse, pool, tennis) $80
Heated pool, security, $850/mo. 772-538-0031 Sun byapp only 77
clbh, tennis, $800/mo. or
$89,900 772-774-9393 SEBASTIAN COTTAGE 2299 10th Rd SW FO
_ _ ll_'l _ H1/1 furn, w/d, bbq, great 772-978-0799 Cr
FORT PIERCE nice & location, no sec, no de- 4/2
cozy 1-br/1-ba efficiency, posit. From $195/wkly Tlll l.l I ft.
Electric, Landscaping, & 772-4(8-2333 (util incI) short or long CIh
Maintenance included. term, 11330 U.S. Hwy 1 $1
$50O/mo + security. MOVE-IN SPECIAL: te 11330 U.S. Hwy 1
$500mo security. EFFICIENCIES www.pinkflamingocottaoe FO
,.561-398-51001 BEDROOMS s.com 772-321-3202 4-= W
aI I i a* , AVAILABLE 5 SEBASTIAN: 1BR/1BA, ovi
.' ". *. OPEN MON-Fr 9-4 Screened Lanai. A/C. bal
SAT 10-2 South Indian River Dr. Use your N Re
Highlight your "Quiet Country Living" Convenient location, stimulus " os
$650/mo. Call Tom
ad and HUTCHINSON ISLAND: 863-983-8064 check to FO
Beautifully Furnished 16(
get it sold fast! Oceanfront 2br/2br Con- VERO BEACH Furn 1/1, purchase Ne
Whether Buying do with Pool & Tennis. Lg screened porch, ac- yur dream sh'
.g $1,200 772-607-0211 cess to pool, all util incl ur56
or Selling we are except phone. 1st & se- home. nol
Selling N Hutchinson Island curity. $700mo. No pets wi
your total source Oceanfront, 2/1, Furn, 772-473-3452 pets Ownerwill
for classified! Annual lease $900mo. RO BEACH ista help finance. FO
772-473-1734 VERO BEACH Vista help finance fire
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cellent view. $289,000.
ll owner 321-403-3000
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,REFOOT BAY 2/2
oomy & clean. Florida
om. Fenced yard. Fully
nished. Small pet OK,
25/mo + deposit. No
lokers, 772-388-6606
IARMING Furnished
rge 2/1 Home in
storical downtown
ro. W/D $700 monthly.
long term. Pet cons.
2-562-0885/ 794-1124
IGEWATER/ WATER-
,ONT. Fish on dock on
nal to intracoast clean
beauty furn. W/D.
o-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
sec. 386-424-9341
oto ad #31603 www.
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LLSMERE 2-BR/1-BA
zy cottage, furnished,
vate, gated on ranch.
limum 6 months F/LS.
ail May 1 $800/mo
2-633-3435
IRT PIERCE 55+,
ited on cul de sac.
rn 2/2/1, pool & clbhse.
pets/smoke. $850 mo
I cable & lawncare. FLS
2-461-5539
IRT PIERCE 2-br/1-ba
garage small enclosed
tio/porch private
ced on 3 sides, large
op. quite neighborhood
/ water/sewers unfurn
00/mo F/L/S
2-577-1942/595-0708
IRT PIERCE Bent
eek. Gated comm.
/12, SIS appls, 2000sq
Jacuzzi in master.
ose to beach, 195
250mo 305-546-1007
IRT PIERCE- 2-br to
br/1-ba Newly ren
ated, new kitchen,
:h, carpet. Rent + Sec.
nt to own option.
wner/Agt 561-951-4653
IRT PIERCE: 3br/lba,
39 Valencia Ave, CHA,
w Tile $675/mo Lei-
a 772-626-9915, Lex
1-715-1768 or Espa-
772-626-1835
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place in this nice 2br
h large dining room,
od floors & high ceilings.
35 + Sec 772-201-5510

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FORT PIERCE
WAREHOUSE for sale,
2700 sqft, w/ 4 overhead
doors, 1 ac of parking, in
the heart of Fort Pierce.
One block US1 & Dick-
son Drive. $699,000.
Owner financing possible
772-521-5111


INDIAN RIVER Estates
Fort Pierce 2/2 1 car
garage. Large screened
porch, fenced yard. Refs
required. $850/mo $850
deposit. 772-461-6077
JENSEN BEACH 3/2
plus, New a/c , city water.
Near downtown, close to
shopping. $1300mo in-
cludes lawn care. FLS
772-528-9471
JENSEN BEACH/RIO
Efficiency cottage for
rent, $500/mo (includes
elec) 772-692-0807
Port St Lucie- Sawgrass
Lakes The Sanctuary 1/3
Acre 4/2/2 Gated comm
$1300./mo Agent Bobby
Bigone KW Realty
561-758-6320
SEBASTIAN 2/2/1, Cor-
ner lot, Extremely clean.
Tiled thru out, w/d, d/w.
Engler & Barber St.
$750mo or $112,500
772-766-3042
STUART Lakefront Gat-
ed comm 3/2/2, Like new
plenty of upgrades,
clubhouse w/ pool. Cable,
alarm & lawn care incl.
$1600mo 954-471-9483
VERO 4/2/2 comm pool
$1100, VERO 2BR fur-
nished $800-$1200 Paula
Rogers 772-321-5742
VERO BEACH - 2br/lba
Spacious & newly remod-
eled, pergo & tile, W/D.
Quiet neighborhood.
$825 month, pets ok!
772-633-2862
VERO BEACH 2-br/2-ba
on a quiet street, Oslo
area. Fenced in back
yard. $700/mo. 1st, last,
& security required. Call
772-569-7165
VERO BEACH 3/2/2,lrg
screen pool in restricted
comm on culde sac. No
traffic great local, option
to buy $1000mo plus sec
dep. 630-232-9390
VERO BEACH Dixie
Heights 2/2/1. Like new,
Eat in kit, covered patio,
nice yard, quiet st., coun-
ty water $775mo + sec.
772-234-5792


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VERO STRIP Center.
Income, location, cap
rate, mint condition. Fully
leased $1.2M. VERO
LANDMARK Corner. 2.5
acres. + 4000 sq ft build-
ing. General commercial.
Lift station. Ample park-
ing. Sale or lease.
$799K 772-489-0180



FORT PIERCE -
WATER PARK NEEDED
Perfect US #1 parcel with
270' on 35 acre lake.
Ideal location to beat the
summer heat with water
related activities.
Reduced to $998,000.
Doris White
772-201-5510
772-465-9500 or
800-305-2911
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VERO BEACH furnished
or unfurnished studio apt.
New carpet, tile & appls.
Walk to all shopping.
$685/mo Call Rich
772-559-7550
VERO BEACH nice quiet
neighborhood on West
side. Immaculate
3-br/2-ba/1-cg split plan.
large enclosed FL room,
Attached storm shutters.
New paint, tile floors, new
carpet in BR's. No pets.
All kitchen appls. & W/D.
$1050/mo F/L/S
772-778-2389
VERO CENTRAL BCH
Charming 3/2 block
home with terrazzo tile
floors on lush oversized
lot. New W/D. Mint cond.
Rent to own $1225/mo.
772-489-0180
VERO Highlands 3/2/1
Newly Remodeled, tile
thru-out. Appls, Granite
counters. $875/mo +
$1000 security. 980 23rd
PI SW 786-290-6563




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Newly renovated, fresh
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772-940-3442
954-864-6018
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FORT PIERCE 2/1 C/A,
Newly renovated with
carpet/tile. $525mo
954-864-6018
772-940-3442
FORT PIERCE: 2/1 ter-
razzo floors, remodeled,
close to downtown, off
street parking, 1203 Ave
L. $500/mo + $200 sec.
305-304-1453
SEBASTIAN: Flint St.
2/2 tile throughout, w/d
hookup in util. rm., close
to schools. Small pet ok.
$725/mo 1st +sec Sec 8
Welcome. 772-388-3202
STUART. FISHERMANS
Cove. 2br/1.5ba. Fenced
yard. New kitchen, car-
pets and appliances.
$800/mo. FLS. Nancy at
772-220-1845



FORT PIERCE. North.
$450/mo. lot rent. Cy-
press Bay MH Park.
2br/lba. Water, sewer,
garbage incl'd. FS.
Background check. Call
Amabilia 772-828-7737
HOBE SOUND 55+
Cambridge,Partially furn
Dblewde, Scr porch, 2/2,
Incl comm pool, lawn
main & cable. Exc. cond
$850mo 772-545-4028
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I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of Summary Administration day June 09, 2008, at 9:30
FOR INDIAN RIVER must file their claims with this a.m., the following vehicles
COUNTY, FLORIDA court WITHIN THE TIME will be sold at public auction
PROBATE DIVISION PERIODS SET FORTH IN to pay for towingistorage
Case No: P20080209 SECTION 733.702 OF THE owing against them:
an Ad from N R: ESTATE F FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. One (1) 2000 Niss
RANDALL DAWKINS, ALL CLAIMS AND DE- VIN#3N1CB51D2YL304356
h. Deceased. MANDS NOT SO FILED Place of sale to be 566 Old
. ILL BE FOREVER BAR- Dixie Highway-City Cab-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS RED. NOTWITHSTANDING Vero Pub: May 23, 2008
isn't Sell The administration of the ANY OTHER APPLICABLE GAL NOTICE: n Tues-
estate of RANDALL TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM LEGAL NOTICE: On Tues-
DAWKINS, deceased, File FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR day e l03, 20, at
Number P20080209, is pend- MORE AFTER THE DECE- am. the following vehicles
ing in the Circuit Court for DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS will be sold at public auction
-line ad for Indian River County, Florida, BARRED. The date of first to ay for ingstorage
Probate Division, the address publication of this Notice is owingagainst t
th of which is P.O. Box 1028, May 16,2008. VIN#1FTEF24Y4PHB05322
ad th a Vero Beach FL 32960. The PersonGivingNotice: Place of sae o be: 600
ad with a. name and addresses of the Ralph Veldman Old Dixie Highway Florida
personal representative and 200 Greytwig Road, Apt. 108 Towing Vero
the personal representative's Vero Beach, Florida 32963 Pub: May 23, 2008
attorney are set forth below. Attorney for Person Giving
All creditors of the decend- Notice: LEGAL NOTICE: On Tuesday
ent and other persons having Notice: LEGAL NOTICE: On Tuesday
ent and other persons having Mare S. Comfort Esq May 27, 2008, at 8:00 a.m., the
ow nN ew s . demands against M S Confort Esq following vehicle (s) will be sold
Sdecedent's estate on whom a Attorney at public auction to pay for the
copy of this notice is required Florida Bar No. 22436 towing/storage owing against
to be served must file their Univest Building them
claims with th s court WITHIN 2770 Indian River Blvd. One (1) 2007 Hyundai 4dr. Vin#
FTHELATER T OF MONTHS Suite 316 KMHDU46D17U235299 Place
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF Vero Beach, FL 32960-4297 of sale: 9055 16th Place, Fine
THS NOTCE OR 30 DAYS Telephone:(772) 257-0421 Line Towing & Recovery, Vero
uTHISNOTICEOR t30DAYSiT C U Beach
AFTER THE DATE OF Fax: (772) 569-9303 BeayC ,
SERVICE OF A COPY OF Pub: May 16, 2008 & May P May232008
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. 23, 2008
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons I
having claims or demands
must file their claims with this IN THE CIRCUIT OF HE NINETEENTH
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS C
AFTER THE DATE OF THE IN AND FOR INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA
#U39 FIRST PUBLICATION OF JUVENILE DIVISION
, #U3109 THIS NOTICE. IN THE INTEREST OF:
Te "r.bi ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED CASE NO.: 07-079
SWas $23,995 WITH BE FOREVER J.W.M. DOE: 01/3012007
SBARRED. Minor child
Low! NOTWITHSTANDING THE I' /
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH TO: KENNETH MORRIS, Father, address unknown
S ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
8 TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT A PETITION UNDER
S AFTER THE DECEDENT'S OATH HAS BEEN FILED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF
DATE OF DEATH IS CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN THE ABOVE-STYLED
a'led, Showrowom" BARRED. COURT FOR THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
The date of the first publica- RIGHTS RELATIVE TO THE ABOVE NAMED CHILD,
tion of this Notice is May 16, WHO WAS BORN IN INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, STATE OF
2008. FLORIDA, ON THE 30th DAY OF JANUARY 2007. YOU
Personal Representative: ARE COMMANDED TO BE' AND APPEAR BEFORE THE
Lawrence Dawkins CIRCUIT COURT IN THE ABOVE STYLED COURT LO-
4920 S.W. 151 Terrace CATED AT 2000 16H STREET, VERO BEACH, FL, THIRD
Miramar, FL 33027 FLOOR COURT ROOM SEVEN ON JUNE 03. 2008 AT
S and 2:00 P.M. FOR A HEARING AND TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
4 A Joseph H. Dawkins SAID PETITION SHOULD NOT. BE GRANTED. FAILURE
15111 Lincoln Boulevard TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEAR-
Was $22,990 Miami, FL 33176 ING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION
Attorney for Personal OF YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD. IF YOU
INow! Representative: FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED,
Kevin H. Hendrickson, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO
$O, 990 AtEsquire THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION.
Attorney for Per. Rep.
310 South Second Street BE ADVISED THAT YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO HAVE AN
- Fort Pierce, Florida 34950 ATTORNEY REPRESENT YOU IN THIS MATTER. IF
loaded, Like New! (772) 461-0558 YOU CANNOT AFFORD AN ATTORNEY, ONE MAY BE
SFlorida Bar No 618454 APPOINTED FOR YOU.
Pub: May 16, 2008 &
May 23, 2008 WITNESS MY HAND AS THE CLERK OF SAID COURT


'05TOOTAHIHLADE


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. P2008-0282
IN RE: THE 'ESTATE OF
TINA VELDMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that
an Order of Summary
Administration has been en-
tered in the estate of TINA
VELDMAN, deceased, File
Number P2008-0282, by the
Circuit Court for Indian River
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 2000 161h Avenue,
Vero Beach, Florida 32960 or
P.O. Box 1028, Vero Beach,
Florida 32961, that the dece-
dent's date of death was
March 28, 2008; that the total
value of the estate is
$65,000.00 and that the
names and addresses of
those to whom it has been
assigned by such order are:
Ralph Veldman
200 Greytwig Road, Apt. 108
Vero Beach, Florida 32963
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT.
All creditors of the estate of
the decedent and persons
having claims or demands
against the estate of the de-
cedent other than those for
whom provision for full pay-
ment was made in the Order


AND THE SEAL THEREOF,
THIS 25TH DAY OF APRIL, 2008.
Maria McCready
DEPUTY CLERK
DATES TO RUN: May 2, May 9, May 16 & May 23, 2008


- -.
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE NINETEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
IN THE INTEREST OF:
CASE NO.: 07-970
B.G.N. DOB: 12/22/2007
Minor child
TO: JOY NYBERG, MOTHER, address unknown
PATRICK LEE, FATHER, address unknown

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT A PETITION UNDER
OATH HAS BEEN FILED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF
CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN THE ABOVE-STYLED
COURT FOR THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS RELATIVE TO THE ABOVE NAMED CHILD,
WHO WAS BORN IN INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, STATE OF
FLORIDA, ON THE 22ND DAY OF DECEMBER 2007.
YOU ARE COMMANDED TO BE AND APPEAR BEFORE
THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE ABOVE STYLED COURT
LOCATED AT 2000 16H STREET, VERO BEACH, FL,
THIRD FLOOR COURT ROOM SEVEN ON JUNE 03. 2008
AT 2;00 PM. FOR A HEARING AND TO SHOW CAUSE
WHY SAID PETITION SHOULD NOT BE GRANTED.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISO-
RY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMI-
NATION OF YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD.
IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME
SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A
PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION.
BE ADVISED THAT YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO HAVE AN
ATTORNEY REPRESENT YOU IN THIS MATTER. IF
YOU CANNOT AFFORD AN ATTORNEY, ONE MAY BE
APPOINTED FOR YOU.
WITNESS MY HAND AS THE CLERK OF SAID COURT
AND THE SEAL THEREOF,
THIS 25TH DAY OF APRIL, 2008.
Maria McCready
DEPUTY CLERK
DATES TO RUN: May 2, May 9, May 16 & May 23, 2008


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