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Vol. 5, No. 42


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VERO BEACH

Piper readies
jet for flight
Piper Aircraft is preparing
for the first engine test of its
planned Piperjet, according
to an aviation industry publi-
cation.
Workers are completing the
avionics and electrical sys-
tems of the PiperJet proto-
type, Aviation International
News reported last week.
Piper will test the engine
before the jet's first flight,
which is expected to occur
this summer, according to the
publication.
Deliveries of the jet are set
for 2010.
After a year of negotiations,
Gov. Charlie Crist announced
in late May that Piper would
keep operations in Vero
Beach, where the company
has been based for more than
50 years. Indian River County
and the state offered Piper a
$32 million incentive pack-
age.
Albuquerque, N.M., and
Oklahoma City also wooed
the aircraft manufacturer.

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

School Board
earns distinction

After completing a volun-
tary program, School Board
members were recognized
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By Warren Kagarise
Kagarise@hometownnewsol.com

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Fireworks will boom
and sizzle above the Indi-
an River Lagoon on Friday,
as Sebastian and Vero
Beach light up the night
sky with Independence
Day displays.
In Sebastian, Fourth of
July festivities at Riverview
Park are set to begin at 8


a.m. with a prayer and flag
raising. Other activities
include a parade down
Indian- River Drive, music
and an apple pie baking
contest.
All-American pies will be
evaluated in two cate-
gories: best looking and
best tasting. First, second
and third place winners in
both categories will pocket
gift certificates donated by
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Fighting Indians !- -


greet longtime fans


By Warren Kagarise
Kagarise@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY Dressed in Vero
Beach High School colors
of red and white, and wav-
ing a matching pompom
with an intensity that
defied her 98 years, Peg
Friedrichs cheered last
week as Fighting Indians
readied football fans for
the upcoming season.
During football season,
Ms. Friedrichs is a regular
at the Citrus Bowl, where
she has cheered the VBHS
team from the same seat
since 1987 Section D,
Row 2, Seat 1, near the 50-
yard line of Billy Livings
Field.
"Football and the young
people keep me young,"
she said. "I hope to make
100" and keep going to the
games."
A longtime sports fan,
Ms. Friedrichs shows up
for Fighting Indians games
rain or shine. Only light-
ning chases her away.
"She goes to all of the
games," said her friend,
fellow Indian River Estates
resident Dorothy Whitney.
At Indian River Estates,
where Ms. Friedrich has
lived for 22 years, a group
of Fighting Indians fans
piles into a bus and heads
to the Citrus Bowl for each
home game. Players and
cheerleaders hosted a pep


rally at Indian River
Estates on June 26, min-
gling with fans in a room
decorated with a champi-
onship banner and VBHS
jerseys.
"We're just keeping the
tradition going," said Indi-
an River Estates executive
director George Bryan,
whose son, Alex, is a back-
up quarterback on the
team.
VBHS cheerleading
coach Toni Kouns said
the event at Indian River
Estates was meaningful
for her team and resi-
dents of the retirement
community.
"When the girls come
out, it brings back memo-
ries for a lot of them," she,
said. "And when the girls
leave, they feel really good
about making a differ-
ence."
Her team performed
cheers as residents sat
down for dinner, with calls
of "Scalp 'em!" ringing out
in the dining room.
Margie Orcutt, a retired
elementary school teacher
who moved to Indian River
Estates a year ago, said
other residents who hold
season tickets for VBHS
football games encour-
aged her.
"They seem to have so
much fun when they go on
the bus," she said. "I think
I'll do that in the fall."


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Indian River Estates residents Ruth Skinner, center, and Kay Dewhirst, right, watch with
anticipation as the Vero Beach High School cheerleaders stick their landings during aerial
routines at a tailgating party sponsored by the Fighting Indians Booster Club last Thurs-
day evening.


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By Warren Kagarise
Kagarise@hometownnewsol.com
GIFFORD In the early
1990s, when the gradua-
tion rate for black stu-
dents hovered around 25
percent, Walter McNeal
Jackson encouraged
Gifford community
organizers to band
together and help young
people succeed.
He quietly helped pave
the way for the Gifford
Youth Activity Center,
which has grown into a
community hub today.
Friends said it was one
of many improvements
Mr. Jackson guided during
his 104 years. He died
June 21.
"He's never been one
who wanted to be recog-
nized out front and given
all kinds of accolades,"
said Freddie Woolfork,
who served as the first
director of the Gifford
Youth Activity Center.


If it were not for his persistence, I would not be
where I am today.


Freddie Woolfork
first director of the Gifford Youth Acitivity Center


As president of the
Gifford Progressive Civic
League, Mr. Jackson led
efforts to bring municipal
utilities and paved roads
to Gifford.
In the 1960s, Mr.
Jackson became the first
black person elected as a
trustee to the School
Board. He was a founder
of the Gifford Progressive
Civic League and a
member of the National
Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People.
His role as a community
leader allowed Mr.
Jackson to reshape 40,
acres along 43rd Avenue
into Gifford Park, the


Gifford Community
Center and the Gifford
Youth Activity Center.
Conceived as a way to
boost academic achieve-
ment, the Gifford Youth
Activity Center now
welcomes more than 250
students each weekday.
When the facility
opened in February 1998,
the center served 1,800
people each year with a
$400,000 budget. Nowa-
days, the center boasts a
$1.2 million budget. In
2007, more than 12,000
people used the facility,
according to center
figures.
Another legacy, Mr.
Woolfork said, was the


way Mr. Jackson encour-
aged "new blood," a
younger generation of
leaders, to become
involved in civic affairs.
"If it were not for his
persistence, I would not
be where I am today," said
Mr. Woolfork, a former
Gifford Prdgressive Civic
League president.
Mr. Jackson was born in
Deerfield Beach in 1904.
In 1914, Mr. Jackson
moved to what would
become modern-day
Indian River County -
more than a decade
before the area split from
St. Lucie County.
After graduating from
Edward Waters College in
Jacksonville, he joined
with his brother,
Theodore, to start Jackson
Brothers Groves in 1939.
In early 2007, Indian
River County honored Mr.
Jackson and 10 other
black residents for their
achievements.


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Youth Activity Center,
4855 43rd Ave., Vero
Beach, FL 32967.


"This is extremely
important to the Indian
River County communi-
ty," County Commissioner
Wesley Davis said then.
"They not only made a
difference in African-
American history, but in
Indian River County."
Survivors of Mr. Jackson
include a daughter-in-
law, Elizabeth Jackson of
Vero Beach, and two
grandsons.
Mr. Jackson was preceded
in death by his wife, Ossie
Jackson; a son, Thomas A.
Jackson; brothers
Theodore, Elijah and
DeGartria Jackson; and sis-
ters Isabella Newman and
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As candidates ready for election, School Board hopeful drops out


By Warren Kagarise
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- As a record 51 candi-
dates qualified for the
upcoming countywide
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County church. He was
previously senior pastor at
New Bethel A.M.E. Church
in Gifford. He also worked
as a substitute teacher in
the Indian River County
School District.
After filing candidacy
papers in December 2006,
Mr. Gibson launched his
campaign for the District 4
seat on St. Patrick's Day
2007; 44 days later he had
collected enough signa-
tures to appear on the bal-
lot.
Voters will elect two
members to the five-per-


became the first person to
enter a 2008 race when he
filed for a School Board
seat in late 2006, recently
abandoned his bid.
Since entering the race,
Mr. Gibson, a pastor, was
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If no candidate receives
more than 50 percent of the
vote during the first round
of balloting, voters will-
decide between the two
highest vote-getters in
November.
In the District 4 race,
incumbent Ann Reuter will
face challengers Guy Bar-
ber, Claudia Jimenez and
Charlie Wilson.
District 2 candidates
Chip Landers, Gerry
Lamothe and Matt McCain
are vying to succeed board


member Lenora Quimby,
who is not seeking a second
term.
Voters will also decide
three County Commission
seats, which sets policy for
a county of 130,000 people
with a $170 million budget.
Races for clerk of courts,
property appraiser, sheriff,
supervisor of elections and
tax collector will also be
decided.
Six sheriff candidates are
vying to succeed Sheriff Roy
Raymond, who will retire in
January 2009. GOP voters
will choose a sheriff nomi-


nee in the Aug. 26 primary.
Because no Democrats or
independent candidates:
qualified for tax collector or,
the District 3 County Com-
mission seat, the GOP pri-
mary will be open to all
county voters.
For the first time in a half-:
century, Indian River Coun-..
ty voters will cast ballots in
a primary election for
supervisor of elections. And
Democrats will vote in their
first party primary for a
local office since 1988.
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be mailed in mid-July.


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that designated IRCC as one
of nine colleges in the State
College Pilot Project.
And on June 30, Dr.
Massey reluctantly resigned.
The new law allows the
college to expand its bac-
calaureate programs signifi-
cantly, offering students
more bachelor degree pro-
grams.
As a result of the new law,
the name of the college has
now changed to Indian
River State College.
In addition, last month,
the college purchased 41
acres of land south of the
main campus in Fort Pierce.
The deal increases the main
campus from 255 acres to
296.
The price was $2.5 mil-


lion, according to ,a college
spokeswoman.
The parcel is south of
Kirby Loop Road. It runs
alongside Five-Mile Creek
and fronts Edwards Road,
and could provide the cam-
pus with another entrance.
The timing of the positive
changes is bittersweet for
Dr. Massey, who must retire
this year under the terms of
Florida's Deferred Retire-
ment Option Program.
"The retirement system in
the state of Florida allows
for an employee who has
reached the age of 57 to
select to go into DROP," said
Dr. Massey. "You can stay in
that program for five years.
My time will be up in
November, but I've elected
to retire early. So today


(June 30) is my last day."
The retirement regula-
tions, however, do allow a
retiree to become re-
employed, under certain
conditions.
After being retired for one
month, participants may be
hired back. If rehired, how-
ever, the employee must for-
feit 11 months of retirement
benefits in their first year of
rehire.
In Dr. Massey's case, he
will receive a $585,000 lump
sum retirement payment
, through his participation in
DROP. He earned $289,610 .
in salary during the 2007-
2008 budget year.
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tenure at IRCC in 1973 as an
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National HIV Testing Day brings awareness


By Michelle Gentile
For Hometown News
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Organizers have made an
ambitious push to help peo-
ple with AIDS.
The County Commission
proclaimed June 27 as
National HIV Testing Day in
collaboration with a nation-
wide campaign.
Every year, on June 27,
local organizations across
the nation engage commu-
nities to promote early diag-
nosis and HIV-testing.


"Indian River County sta-
tistics indicate that the
number of reported HIV
cases have increased 17 per-
cent from December 2006 to
December 2007," said John
May, Indian River County
Health Department patient
care and outreach worker.
"The cases are largely*
between the ages of 13
through 59."
From 1983 to 2007 Indian
River County had 110
known cases' of HIV 348
cases of AIDS and 173 cases,
which were fatal.


HIV is a disease caused by
the human immunodefi-
ciency virus, which gradual-
ly destroys the immune sys-
tem.
AIDS, Acquired Immune
Deficiency Syndrome, is the
final and most serious stage
of HIV
"A lot of people have no
knowledge and think it can't
happen to them," said Mr.
May.
The Knowledge is Power
event, created by the
HIV/AIDS Awareness Net-
work of Indian River County,


was held at the Indian River
County Health Department
last Friday, and it brought
the message home about
the importance of testing.
"I'm able to go out and
meet people one-on-one
and sometimes in small
groups," said Mr. May.
"My first question always
is 'Have you been educated
on HIV?,' then I go through
the basic facts about how
you get it, how you prevent
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Photo courtesy of Adrienne Moore
Treasure Coast FPRA'Chapter President Adrienne Moore, left, presents Beverly Paris
of Paris Productions of Vero Beach with the 2008 communicator of the year award for
for-profits.


Treasure Coast public


relations chapter honors


area communicators


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST -
The Treasure Coast Chap-
ter of the Florida Public
Relations Association has
honored four Treasure
Coast communicators for
their outstanding work in
promoting businesses,
non-profit organizations
and government.
The recipients were rec-


ognized at the annual
Image Awards program at
the Indian River State Col-
lege Schreiber Conference
Center in St. Lucie West.
Since 2000, the Treasure
Coast public relations asso-
ciation chapter has pre-
sented the Communicator
of the Year Awards in the
nonprofit, for-profit, spe-
cial events and crisis com-
munications categories.
They. recognize public


relations professionals
handling media relations,
community relations, pub-
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events, and crisis commu-
nications.
Chapter President Adri-
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2008 communicator of the
year plaques to Beverly
Paris of Paris Productions
in Vero Beach, who won in
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a
court of law.

Vero Beach
Police Department

*Cindy Murel Karl, 36, 2
Palmer Drive, Sebastian,
was charged with violation
of probation. She was on
probation for possession
of cocaine.
-James Hunter Bowler,
18, 932 Jasmine Lane, Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary and grand theft.
*Sherry Leanne Johnson,
25, 1855 31st Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony retail theft.
*Frances Joanne Horns-
by, 42, 10 47th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
two counts of sale of oxy-
codone.
-Hans Christopher
Olsen, 44, 1546 46th Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with delivery of oxycodone
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
*Kandice Ann Pierce, 21,
2592 Leewood Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged with
possession of oxycodone
without a prescription.

Florida Department
of Corrections

-Naomi Massey Abra-
ham, 40, 1560 22nd Ave.
Southwest, Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation. She was on
probation for obtaining a
controlled substance by
fraud.
*Jasen Bryan Knight, 27,
1887 77th Drive, Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of community
control. He was on com-
munity control for being a
habitual traffic offender.


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Indian River County
Sheriffs Office
*Timothy Ray Locklear,
46, 3126 First Road, Vero
Beach, was charged with
grand theft.
*Detroit T. Thomas, 26,
3996 47th Place, Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony battery.
-Ellen Harriet Place, 42,
491, Midval Terrace,
Sebastian, was charged
with organized fraud,
fraudulent use of a credit
card and third-degree
grand theft.
*Davy Robert McNeal,
45, 5085 45th St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
dealing in stolen property.
*Lisa Ann Hampton, 40,
665 16th Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with issuing a
worthless check.
*Raymond W. Hicks, 42,
1113 Colonial Drive, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
fraudulent use of a credit
card, third-degree grand
theft and organized fraud.
*Charles Luke Anglin, 24,
2560 89th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
robbery by sudden snatch-
ing.
*Charles Cooper Griggs,
40, 8536 U.S. 1, Sebastian,
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender,
attempting to elude a law
enforcement officer and


having no motorcycle
endorsement.
*Shelton E. Green, 39, 77
South Bay St., Fellsmere,
was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine.
-George Michael Ercolin,
56, 3710 10th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
giving a false name to a
law enforcement officer,
possession of cocaine and
being a habitual traffic
offender.
*John William Kohler, 50,
5807 Killarney Ave., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
possession of roxicodene
without a prescription.
*Steven M. Geeraerts, 46,
1786 18th Ave. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with organized fraud and.
second-degree grand theft.
*James Arthur Kahn, 46,
1711 Skyline Lane, Sebast-
ian, was charged with per-
jury.
-Donald Gilbert Whitley,
29, 4625, Maxwell Place
S.W., Vero Beach, was
charged with armed tres-
pass of a structure,
*Elvis Aaron Hope, 25,
7602 Kenwood Road, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
possession of oxycodone
without a prescription.
*Michael Vincent Novak-
ouski, 20, 6216 Sixth Place,
Vero Beach, was charged
with possession of oxy-
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Why swim with alligators?

,This week's Darwin Award goes to the boy that thought it
was a good idea to go swimming in an alligator-infested canal
after his friends tried to reason with hii.
I guess alcohol at 2 a.m. causes people to do stupid things.
Or is it just in the genes?
Anyhow, he only lost an arm instead of his life and will live
again to do other stupid things if he did not learn his lesson.
He blames animal rights activists for buying alligator hunt-
ing permits for his misfortune. The alligators are probably a lot
older and smarter than you. You were in their environment. I
can only hope that you don't breed because the world does not
need any more stupid people like you.

Sick of deadbeat dad

Realize that in this day and age with the economy in the
state it's in, everyone has something to complain about the
price of gas, the price of food, rising health costs just to name a
few.
All these things affect me, but like many other women, I am
also faced with the never-ending chore of trying to collect child
support from my son's "dead beat dad."
For years it's been a game of "catch me if you can," so I put
the problem in the hands of court system to collect this debt.
It's of no surprise that they haven't been successful either. It
seems to me that they don't really try too hard. Most of the bur-
den of information gathering lands right back in my lap.
You would think with the technology they have at their fin-
gertips, they could find out where he's working or even if he's
working. And if he works off the books, as I suspects the case
here, there should be another way of collecting this money.
In my case, both my current husband and myself are lucky
enough to be working, but between his two kids and my one
there isn't a spare penny to be had.
I have a growing son who needs clothing, shoes, school sup-
plies and other expenses. None of those expenses are being
shared by his so-called father.
If the system that we depend on to help us is ineffectual,
then it needs to be fixed. Perhaps the people that are doing
these jobs should find employment more suited to their tal-
ents, which are evidently slim to none.
S[he-only-time we hear about how the state is going to crack
d wn on "deadbeat dads" is during an election years.
Wegll,-hee's -the election year, -now-let's-vote the loafers out--
and u;piapple ithaeay~? \anm towork.. :

Ridiculous roundabouts.

What is it with these roundabouts and bulb-outs? What's the
big deal about the left turn only lane? If people don't want to
turn left, so what?
This keeps the traffic moving better. The merchants can't
force people to stop and shop downtown. I'm too busy trying
to keep up on my taxes and insurance, which keeps going up.
I wish the city council and commission would stay within
their budget limits like I have to.
We, the taxpayers, are not bottomless pits. We need roads K
fixed and sidewalks installed, not expensive projects like the
roundabouts and bulb-outs.
The only ones that will benefit from this are the repair shops
and wrecker companies.
If our department heads have someone else tell them what
to do, then maybe the ones getting the big bucks can't handle
the job.'

Sick of unfinished houses

Some time ago a ranter wrote about the unfinished houses
in Sebastian.
There is a house that has been unfinished for almost four
years.
Now I ask you, why do the Sebastian town officials not
require that this person finish his house? L
The Sebastian law on the books states houses must be fin-
ished in two years. This one has been in the construction
phase almost twice that time and no one does anything about
it. It's ugly, unsightly and could attract vandals.
I In this time of economic downturn, the city complains it
doesn't have enough money for this and that. If they'd require
people to, finish the houses that are standing around, the city
and counityw6uld be collecting tax revenues on them.
"Where are you, Sebastian council members?Where is Mayor
Coy? Where is code enforcement? Where is the building
department?
We are sick of this. It is ridiculous.




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Hospice part I: Help for patients, families


hen several close
friends had to call
on hospice to care
for relatives, there were a
lot of questions raised.
So.many of us seemed
unclear about what
hospice is and how it
works that it seemed'a
good time to speak to
some of the experts. A call
to Treasure Coast Hospice
put me in touch with
Daniel Maison, vice
president of medical
services; Diane Wright, RN,
director of admissions; Jo
Ellen Dyer, program
coordinator for the
Harbors Community Grief
Support Center; and Kathy
O'Harina, director of the
access teamrThey
answered many of the
Questions I had; this week
I.'llgive an o ervie of, ,
hospice and next week ifl
talk about the counseling ,
services available to the
public.
The word hospice comes
from the Latin word
hospitium, which means
guesthouse. It was used
originally to describe a
-shelter for tired and sick
travelers returning from
religious pilgrimages.,
In the 1960s, a British
physician, Cicely Saun-
ders, began the modern
hospice movement at St.
Christopher's Hospital
near London. It used a


team approach to care
giving, and was the first
program to use modern
pain management tech-
niques in the compassion-
ate care of the dying.
The first hospice in the
United States was estab-
lished in New Haven,
Conn., in 1974. It's impor-
tant to note that while
patients may receive care
in a hospice facility, 80
percent of hospice care
takes place in the patient
or caregiver's home or in
nursing h6rhes. ...... ..
Many people don't know
when to call hospice or
even if they are supposed
to make the initial contact.
The fact is that a patient or
family member can call for
information at any time,
and while a doctor's order
is necessary to admit a
patient to the hospice
program, the family can
make the request.
Ms. O'Hanna, whose job
is to meet with referring
services, such as doctors
and hospitals, says that
educating the medical
profession is an important
part of her work. Many


* physicians have the same
misconceptions about
hospice as the public has.
"People should not be
afraid to bring it up to the
doctor and not wait for
them to bring it up," she
said. "If they're not in
agreement, call us or
another physician."
S"Medicare and most
insurers require that two
physicians state that
somebody with a particu-
lar condition will'generally
have a prognosis of six
months or less if things.
follow a normal course,"
Dr. Maison said. "One of
the physicians can be a
hospice physician. We're
often called in very late.
Half of the pa, tI e 15
days or. less, b ave
qualified d f.o ilhput1 :. .
before, and had we been
called in sooner, we could
have brought them into
the program.
"It's always better to call
sooner rather than too late.
There's so much more we
can do when they get in
sooner. For the last two
weeks, it's just crisis
management, but if we get
someone sooner, we can
prevent the crisis from
happening," he said.
It's also important to
note that fewer than half of
hospice patients have
cancer. The rest have
conditions such as heart


and lung disease, demen-
tia, stroke and neurological
illnesses such as ALS or
Lou Gehrig's disease. Life
can be made a lot easier
for many of these patients
and their families.
A sensitive point for both
patients and families is the
hospice requirement that
patients not be receiving -
active, curative treatment.
"The folks we are asked
to take care of have life-
limiting diseases," Dr.
Maison said. "Our
approach to care is
palliative; to ease pain or
improve quality of life.
Studies show that many
folks referred to hospice
live longer, especially with
I non-canrqrus diseases
I such aslung and heart
. digsase, bIc6ijubWf the
social support and house
calls we make."
With health care expens-
es so high, people under-
standably worry about the
cost of hospice care.
"Many patients have
Medicare and many
companies have a hospice
benefit," says Ms. Wright,
director of admissions.
"There maybe a cap, or
they have no insurance. We
don't turn anybody away if
they cannot pay."
While the patient has a
team assigned to care for

See ALIVE, Al 3


Regular maintenance essential for system,


Sam often asked what
steps to take on a
regular basis to keep
their systems up and
running.
Many are surprised to
find out the typical PC will
degrade over time, and
eventually get to the point
where it's difficult to
operate.
I don't know if people
just assume their machine
is like a VCR or a TV that ,
works the same way over
and over again never really
changing, but the fact of
the matter is the PC is more
like a car. It requires
periodic p'teventative
maintenance just to keep
things going. Neglect to
change the oil in your car,
put off filling it with gas or
forget to rotate the tires
and you will soon find
yourself going nowhere.
It's the same with
computers. Neglect the
basic, preventative mainte-
nance steps and soon you
will find yourself with a sick
or barely operable
machine. *
So, what are these steps
that need to be taken?
With the car example,
everything is mechanical.
How does one "change the
oil" or "rotate the tires" on
a PC? Well, the mechanical
things on a PC tend to work


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pretty well without much
maintenance.
Sure, keeping your
computer free of dust helps
and cleaning the floppy or
CD drives can correct some
issues, but the things that
I'm talking about are more
software related.
You see, there are two
separate sides to a comput-
er: things that are hardware
related and the programs
(software) that make the
hardware function. Again,
there isn't a lot of mainte-
nance that the hardware
requires (such as a TV or
VCR) but the software, on
the other hand, tends to
require a bit of attention.
Neglecting to dust off
your monitor isn't really
going to cause any harm,
but neglect to update your
anti-virus software or your
operating system and you
may soon find yourself
with a machine that won't
cooperate anymore.
Let's go over a couple of
the critical pieces of the
software puzzle that need
regular attention.


First (and foremost) we
have the operating system
(or OS). This is the heart
and soul of the machine
and comes in many flavors.
The most prolific by far is
the Windows operating
system from Microsoft.
Perhaps you've heard of it.
Over the years, we've seen
many versions of Windows,
and it really doesn't matter
if you are running Windows
95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, or
Windows Vista, they all
need some basic mainte-
nance performed so they
keep the ball rolling.
As Windows runs, it's
constantly changing things,
making little notes to itself
and more. Left alone, this
operating system environ-
ment will eventually degrade
to the point that the machine
responds sluggishly or not at
all.
Another very important
piece of software is your anti-
virus program. Like the
operating system, your anti-
virus will receive updates
constantly. Every time a new
virus is discovered, whoever
makes your anti-virus will
publish an update to deal
with the new threat. Not
updating your anti-virus
leaves your machine open to
all manner of new viruses
and is one of the main
reasons why a computer that


has an anti-virus installed
still gets infected. It's not
good enough just to have the
anti-virus; it absolutely has
to be up-to-date.
OK, so we've covered the
basics. Now what do we do?
I started this column by
saying I am often asked what
people can do on a regular
basis to keep their system
healthy.
Every month or so, I start
my machine in "safe mode"
(press the F8 key as the
system boots up) and then
turn off my screen saver.
Next, I click the start
button, then go to pro-
grams, accessories and
system tools, and run disk
cleanup first (to free up
space and get rid of a lot of
the temporary files that
have accumulated), then
scan disk, then run defrag.
Next I run AVG (after
letting it update) and do a
full system scan.
Taking these steps every
couple of months will go a
long way to keeping your
machine healthy and
. running smoothly. Will it
solve all problems? Unfor-
tunately, no, but it's a start.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


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Painting the blues .


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Lily Shields, 5, manages to turn some of the paint she was painting with into a finger painting exercise during the Vero
Beach Museum of Art 2008 Summer Art Camp, held June 20.
Natalie Hauser, 5, wears
the visor she made and ,
plays with a refrigerator ..
magnet she's about to 4W1
paint during the Vero ,


Beach Museum of Art 2008
Summer Art Camp, held
June 20. The camps are
open to children ages
three to 15-years-old. For
more information about
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Complications from improper eruption may result in cysts,
crowding of surrounding teeth, infections and the possibility of
tumors.
It is not wise to wait until your wisdom teeth start to bother you.
Very often people are unaware of problems with their wisdom
teeth because they experience few or no symptoms.
To prevent these problems, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
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Big band-themed cruises are making a comeback


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somewhat of a comeback.
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way that is (thankfully)
making its way back and
we (as well as our clients)
Welcome them.
Back in the early days of
cruising, orchestras were
the norm on ocean liners.
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a wider audience, the days
of the full-blown orchestra
on a single voyage became
less. Instead, smaller
.musical combos to accom-
modate the various
interests of the guests on
the cruise ships became
the norm.
Today, many passengers
are becoming more
discerning and want to
hear the old sound of an
orchestra on board. Maybe
it is becoming more
popular because of the
recent boom in ballroom-
dancing, due to movies
such as "Shall We Dance?"
and TV shows, such as
"Dancing with the Stars,"
which gives us insight to
the world of ballroom
dancing. Whatever the
reason, we are happy with
the result.
The ships will have to
make sure they have dance
floors big enough to


accommodate ballroom
dancing. This can be a
problem with some of
those built in the last 15 to
20 years. Many of the
dance floors on some of
these ships would not
accommodate the many
twirling couples dancing
to a big band sound. This
has been a complaint on
some of the nicest ships,
even without a full-blown
orchestra. The dance
floors were too small. I am
sure this will change.
That being said, there
are a few lines that offer
orchestras on board some
of their longer cruise
itineraries, but those that
are considered Big Band-
themed cruises are very
specific to the Big Band
sound.
MSC Lirica and the
Crystal Serenity offer
specific Big Band-themed
sailings this season.


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The beautiful MSC
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a world of understated
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cucina Italiano cuisine
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nation of Old World
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Big Band theme on its Dec.
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people to arrive early in
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areas.

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Fireworks may
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With Independence Day
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the Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian
River County urged pet
owners to take steps to
keep their pets calm.
. "Fourth of July fireworks
and festivities can make
even the calmest animal
fearful and disoriented.
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keeping your pet safe and
comfortable," said Barbara
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*Avoid taking pets to
fireworks displays because
bright lights and the loud
crackle of fireworks can
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*Never leave pets in
parked cars. Heat and
humidity inside a car can
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after nightfall. Leaving a
car window cracked is not
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*Keep pets indoors. Ani-
mals left in yards or in
screened patio enclosures
can become so disoriented
from fireworks and loud
noises that they will often
dig, climb or tear out. The
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"WA en was the last
1jJ time you sat down
with your business
banker?
Probably the last time you
needed an equipment or
construction loan, or maybe
as long ago as when you set
up your first business
accounts.
It's not unusual for
business owners to set up
accounts for their basic
business needs (a checking
account, a business line of
credit, and maybe a retire-
ment account) and never
visit the bank again for
anything other than routine
transactions.
After all, you're busy
running your business; you
don't have time to just pop
in to the bank and find out
what's new.
But if it's been months -
or even years --since you
talked to a business banker,
and you're feeling the
pressure to cut expenses
and operate more efficient-
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have a credit card reader at
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complete your purchase in
seconds.
Electronic transactions are
replacing cash at the gas
station, in restaurants, and
at the grocery store. You
don't even have to sign your
tax return anymore just
submit it online.
If these exciting technolo-
gies are changing how you
do business in your every-
day life, just think what they
could do in your company.
Here are several ways new
financial technologies can
help your business be more
profitable.:
Track Expenses Got a
checking account?
How about account
management software?
Widely available programs


let you download and
analyze up-to-the-minute
financial information from
your bank. You'll be able to
monitor your cash flow, see
exactly where (and when)
you are spending, plan for
future expenses, and adjust
your budget accordingly.
Process Payments -
Every business has expens-
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income too.
The faster that money gets
to the bank the sooner it
starts working for your
company.
With services like direct
debit and direct deposit,
your customers can pay you
and the funds will automati-
cally be deposited in your
company account. They can
even pay online without a
credit card.
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services let you deposit
checks right from your
office just scan the check
and upload the image to
your bank electronically.
You'll save the time and
expense of sending some-
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deposit.
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For Hometown News
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Nominations are being
accepted to offer recogni-
tion to philanthropic lead-
ers in our community dur-
ing National Philanthropy
Day, being held Nov. 19.


The Association of
Fundraising Professionals
Indian River Chapter is
hosting its third annual,
awards ceremony honoring
individuals and businesses
that have made significant
contributions to philan-
thropy in Indian River
County.
The event will be held at
the Vero Beach Museum of
Art. John's Island Real
Estate Co. is the Premiere


Sponsor of the National
Philanthropy Day Awards
Ceremony and Reception.
Award categories include
outstanding individual phi-
lanthropist, outstanding
corporate philanthropist,
volunteer fundraiser of the
year, and unsung hero.
The nominating process
is open to association
members and nonmem-
bers. All nonprofit agencies
are encouraged to partci-


pate.
Nominations must be
postmarked by July 31, and
forms are available by con-
tacting Ginny Blossom via
e-mail at gblossom@indian-
riverlandtrust.org or by
phone at (772) 794-0701.
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just to have your money in
the bank; you want to know
your business is getting the
maximum benefit from its
cash resources. Interest-
bearing savings and invest-
ment accounts can maxi-
mize your return.
Team them with sweep
and zero balance accounts
to ensure that the funds you
need are available for
operating expenses while
more money stays in your
interest-bearing accounts.
Analyze Trends Perhaps
the most important benefit
of the new banking tech-
nologies is the opportunity
to get an accurate financial
picture of your business.
Speak with your business
banker about how you do
business now, and how
you'd like to improve. With
great ideas to help you
reduce the cost and time
you spend on banking and
accounting, you'll increase
profits and have more time
to focus on your business.
This article was submitted
by Alan Polackwich, River-
side Bank president in
Indian River County. Alan
can be reached at (772) 770-
0005, Ext. 63447.


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Tour beautiful botanical gardens in our area


This past weekend, my
wife and I had the
tremendous opportu-
nity to visit Heathcote
Botanical Gardens in Fort
Pierce.
This beautiful, tropical
paradise is located on
Savannah Road, just off U.S.
1, in the southern part of Fort
Pierce. The gardens feature
many common native plants
along with many varieties
that are not so common and
that is what makes this local
attraction so unique.
Upon first entering the
gardens, the first "staff" you
might encounter will be the
local residing cats that make
this sanctuary their home.
The curving walkways
throughout the gardens add
to the charm of the entire
experience.
Along the paths, you will
encounter a wonderful fish
pond with a small waterfall
and a footbridge to boot. In
the back of the gardens, be
sure to visit the Bonsai
garden, which boasts plants
from all over the world. I
found this area truly amaz-
ing and worth the trip just to
see this area by itself.
Be sure to bring your
camera, as there are many
photographic opportunities
throughout the garden area.
I am composing a slide show
that will be featured on my
Web site http://hometown-
garden.net. The slideshows
are in Flash format and can
be accessed by almost all
browsers.
You can visit their Web site
for admission prices and
driving directions at
www. heathcotebotanicalgar-
dens.orglindex.html.
This week I would like to
mention a little about a
couple of the plants that you
will encounter on your
garden tour. One of the more
common plants you will see
are bromeliads. Bromeliads
are members of a plant
family called bromeliaceae.
There are more than 3,000
species of these plants in the
world.
One of the more common
plants in this category is the
pineapple plant, which I
talked about in a previous
column-a few weeks back.-
Tlhese plants are easy to grow
and the brilliant long lasting
bloom's make them an
extremely popular plant in
SFlorida. They tolerate the
Florida heat quite well and
thrive in almost all tempera-
tures as long as they stay
above freezing.
, In order for these plants to
bloom, they must be large
and mature enough plus
they will need adequate light
and water. Adding a small
amount of ordinary Epsom.
salts can aid in both growth
and blooming. If the plant is
stubborn and still refuses to
bloom, you can sometimes
force the plant to bloom by
the use of a simple, ripe
apple.
To do this, simply enclose
the plant in a plastic bag with
the apple inside the bag. Be
sure to keep the plant out of
direct sunlight when doing
this procedure. Leave the
bag and apple intact for
about a week. The apple will
emit a gas called ethylene,
which will, in turn, help force
the plant to bloom. After a
week, remove the plastic bag


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JOE ZELENAK


and the apple. You can return
the plant back to its normal
environment. Be sure to use
a well draining potting soil
when planting your bromeli-
ads.
One of the more colorful
plants you will encounter on
your tour is the black cherry
alamanda. Personally, I love
the coloring of these plants.
Think of a glass of black
cherry soda and that is the
color you will see in the
plant. Other than the color,
the leaves and flower
structure are very similar to
the more common yellow
alamanda. Alamanda plants
are quite easy togrow and
are very common in our
tropical climate. You can use
these plants in large pots, as
a landscape accent plant and
also as a hedging plant.
Although beautiful; bear in
mind that alamanda are on
the list of Florida's poisonous
plants. All parts of the plant
are poisonous and contain
allamandin, which can cause
an itchy rash and blisters, so
be sure to use gloves when
handling.
The couple of plants I just
mentioned are just the tip of
the iceberg of what you will
see on your garden tour.
In the near future, the
gardens will be expanded by
as much as 63 acres, so.be,
sure to stay tuned on when
this event will happen. Enjoy
your visit.
Joe Zelenak has 26 years
experience in gardening and
landscape. Send e-mails to
gardennook@bellsouth.net.
He is also available to answer
plant questions at Sears
Essentials in Stuart.


Photo courtesy of Joe Zelenak
Shown is one of the many exotic bonsai plants at Heath-
cote Botanical Gardens in Fort Pierce.


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First Baptist Church
of Sebastian

Gentlemen of the
community are invited to
the Men's Group meeting
for fellowship and discus-
sion of the Word. Meetings
are held on alternate
Sunday evenings at 5 p.m.;
upcoming dates are July 13
and 27.
First Baptist Church of
Sebastian Ladies' Ministry
welcomes the women of the
community to join them as
they study "That the World
May Know" by RayVander-
laun. The group meets every
other Thursday evening at 7
p.m. at a member's home in
Vero Beach; please call for
directions. Upcoming dates
are July10 and 24. *
Outrigger Island,
Vacation Bible School at
First Baptist Church of
Sebastian, will be held from
9 a.m. -noon, Monday, July 7
through Friday, July 11. It
will be packed with fun
events and learning.
Admission is free but
advance registration is
requested; call Karen Fields,
'(772) 559-9241 for informa-


tion or to register.
The college/young adult
Sunday School Class is
being combined with the
adult class to study "Seven
Words to Change Your
Family" by James MacDon-
ald. Newcomers are always
welcome to the 9:30 a.m.
classes every Sunday.
Veggie Tales Summer
Program is a fun-filled,
highly interactive program
will held every Wednesday
evening from 7-8 p.m.
Admission is free and all
children are welcome.
First Baptist Church of
Sebastian is locatedat 725
Commerce Center Drive,
Suites C, D and E, Sebastian.
For information, call
Pastor Bill Brothers (772)
473-3614 or visit www.fbc-
sebastian.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
dinner, 6:45 p.m. for
meeting. Donations are
accepted for dinner.


John Car Russell
3/31/63 7/S/0
I'm writing this letter from heaven. Here I dwell with God above.
Here, there is no pain or sadness, only eternal love.
Please do not be unhappy just because I'm out of sight,
remember that I am with you every morning, noon and night.
That night I had to leave you, when my life on earth was through,
God picked me up and hugged me, and he said I welcome you.
So, when you're walking down the street, and you've got me on your
mind, I'm walking in your footsteps only a half a step behind.
And when its time for you to go from that body to be free, remember
you're not going....... you're coming here to me.
Dearly loved and missed by all who ne him.


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
Monday, starting at 7 p.m.
at the church.
An open discussion
entitled "Coffee and Christ,"
on Tuesday evenings at 7
p.m. in the church fellow-
ship hall.
The church is located on
the corner of Church Street
and Central Avenue in
Micco. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 538-4916 or
(772) 581-9524.

First Presbyterian
Church of Sebastian

Newcomers and visitors
are invited to the 10 a.m.
Sunday worship service.
Children's Sunday
School starts at 10 a.m.
following the children's
message.
The Pastor's Bible study
is every Wednesday at 10
a.m. Youth group will meet
from 5:30 7:30 p.m. in the
youth room.
Adult Sunday School
classes at 8:30 and 9 a.m.
The church is located one
block north of Main Street
at 1405 Louisiana Ave.,
Sebastian.


King's Baptist Church

King's Baptist Church's
summer sermon series is
built around eleven biblical -
treasure hunts. Jesus said,
"Where your treasure is,
there your heart will be
also." What you consider
your treasure and what you
do with it is one of the most
important issues of your
life.
The Summer Sermon
Series, led by Pastor Frank
Ellis, will be held every
Sunday at 8:45 a.m. and 10
a.m. through August 24.
Everyone is welcome to
unearth truth from history's
most valuable book, the
Bible.
To register or for addition-
al information, call (772)
567-5850 or visit
www.Kingsbaptist.org.
King's Baptist Church is
located at 3235 58th Ave.,
Vero Beach.

Riverside Church

Women Unlimited invites
all women in the communi-
ty to their upcoming
meeting at 10 a.m. on
Saturday, July 12. The
special guest speaker will be
MarshaWoolley, Pen Florida-
Director of Women's
Ministry. Advance registra-
tion is requested.
Riverside Church is
located at 11205 Roseland
Road, Sebastian.
To register or for addition-
al information, call the
church office at (772) 589-
7825.


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Viola M. Kasper, 92, died Bjarne H. Oppedahl
June 18, 2008, at Royal Palm
Convalescent Center in Vero Bjarne H. Oppedahl, 85, of
Beach. Vero Beach, died June 19,
She was born in Queens, 2008, at the Indian River
N.Y., and lived in Fort Pierce Medical Center in Vero
for eight years, coming from Beach.
Long Island, N.Y. He was born in Norway.
She was a member of Holy He moved to Vero Beach in
Cross Catholic Church. 1982, coming from Fort
located in Vero Beach, a Dodge, Iowa.
member of the Loyal Order He was a member of the
of Moose in Port Jefferson, First Church of God in Vero
N.Y., and was an avid golfer. 'Beach and was a letter carri-
She is survived by two er'for the U.S. Post Office
daughters, Carol (Jim) Sug- prior to his retirement.
rue of Vero Beach, and He was a veteran of World
Karen (Roger) Quinn; a War II, serving in the U.S.
grandson, James (Lisa) Sug- Navy.
rue; five great grand chil- He is survived by his wife,
dren, Jimmy Sugrue, Kelly Audrey J. Oppedahl of Vero
Sugrued, R.J. Quinn, Ryan Beach; a son, Mark
Quinn, and Kyle Quinn; a Oppedahl of Phoenix; four
nephew, John Myers; and daughters, Pamela Reeck,
two nieces, Arlene Sugrue Ann Rodenborn, and'Carol
and Ann Marie Sephton. Raner, all of Fort Dodge,
Memorial contributions Iowa; and Joyce Dunbar of
may be made to the Indian Clearfield, Utah; two step
River Council On Aging, 694 daughters, Vicki Porter of
14th St., Vero Beach, FL Pittsburgh, and Linda
32960. Grondin of San Diego; two
Strunk Funeral Home in
Vero Beach handled the See OBITUARIES, Al 4


Public
From page A5
the for-profit category
Melanie Forget, director of
development at IRCC Foun-
dation in Fort Pierce, won in
the Special Events category.
The' communications
team of the Martin County
library system, which
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Alive
From page A6
needs, both medical and
spiritual, the family is not
forgotten.
Next week, I'll discuss
some of the services
hospice provides to family
members and friends to.
help them deal with the
loved one's illness and to
help them cope with the
loss of their loved ones.
I* Training for volunteer
Counselors for the Rape
Crisis Line will be held on
July 26 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
on Aug. 2 from 9 a.m.-5
p.m. and on Aug. 9 from 9


the late Phil Kavanaugh,
won in the nonprofit catego-
ry.
Officer RobertVega, public
information officer with the
Port St. Lucie Police Depart-
ment won in the Crisis Com-
munications category.
The Treasure Coast Chap-
ter of the Florida Public
Relations Association con-
sists of public relations pro-
fessionals in Indian River, St.
SLucie and Martin counties.


a.m.-1 p.m. Attendance at
all three sessions is
required.
Anyone wishing to
volunteer should contact
Lane Frye at (772) 462-
1390. The training will take
place at the State Attorney
General's office in Fort
Pierce. Call as soon as
possible, as background
checks are required and
they take several weeks.
Shelley Koppel is the
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HealthCare" magazine and
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brothers, Oscar Oppedahl of
Bode, Iowa, and Richard
Oppedahl of Vermillion,
S.D.; eight grandchildren,
three step-grandchildren,
and a step great-grandchild.
He was preceded in death
by his first wife, Darlene
Oppedahl; and a stepson,
Paul Fogli.
A memorial service took
place June 24 at the Prayer
Chapel of the First Church
of God inVero Beach.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the First
Church of God, 1105 58th
Ave., Vero Beach, FL 32966.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.


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Long Island, N.Y.
She had been a member
of the Vero Beach Bridge
Center and was a tourna-
ment bridge champion.
She is survived by a son,
William Charles Vitolo of
Vero Beach; a daughter, Flo-
rence Freed Hessen-Scher of
Wellington; three grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Jules
James Lawrence Hessen;
and two daughters, Joan
Lorraine Hessen and Valarie
Lynn Merlone.
Memorial contributions
may be made to St. Jude
Children's Research Hospi-
tal, 501 St. Jude Place, Mem-
phis, TN 38105.
Cox-Giffo rd-Sea winds
Funeral Home in Vero Beach
handled the arrangements.


actions Neighborhood Association
ibora- leader over GOP challengers
and Bob Solari and incumbent
irding Sandra Bowden.
se. "The membership was
impressed with your sinceri-
ty, honesty and in-depth
knowledge of the issues
Inc affecting our members who
live and work in this coun-
ty," Steve Myers, business
representative for the union,
can- said in a news release.
inuse In April, the IRNA, which
lorse- promotes slow growth,
weeks endorsed Mrs. Minuse.
P pri- Independent candidate
Brian Heady will face the
Union District 5 Republican candi-
orsed date in November.
district
king INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
River
.. Execs re-elected
to citrus board

A statewide citrus growers
organization recently re-
elected 20 directors to its
board, including two Vero
S Beach growers.
f i Florida Citrus Mtutual,
which represents 8,000
9^ growers across the Sunshine
State, re-elected two Vero


Ark., and lived in Vero Beach
for 27 years, coming from
Polk County.
He was employed as a
nursery foreman for
Roundtree Grove Service in
Vero Beach.
He is survived by his wife,
Caroline Mofield of Vero
Beach; four sons, Jesse
Mofield and Jerry Mofield,
both of Vero Beach, Frank
Mofield of Houston, John
Mofield of Lebanon, Mo.;
two brothers, Gordon
Mofield of Polk City, and
David Mofield of State
College, Pa.; three sisters,
Mary McGill of Haynes City,
Corolyn Sandusky of Phill
Campbell, Ala., and Rita
Watson of Sandburg, Tenn.;
and eight grandchildren.
Strunk Funeral Home in
Vero Beach handled the
arrangements.

Beulah M. Etter

Beulah M. Etter, 84, died
June 16, 2008, at VNA Hos-
pice House inVero Beach.
She was born in Audubon,
Iowa, and lived in Vero
Beach for 26 years, coming


Beach growers to serve on
its board of directors during
the upcoming season: Pre-
mier Citrus Packers owner
Kevin Bynum and Blue
Goose Growers general
manager and vice president
Tom Jerkins.
A new director was also
elected to the 21-member
board.
Florida Citrus Mutual's
board sets the direction and
the policies of the associa-
tion, which focuses on
trade, legislative and regula-
tory issues on behalf of
Florida's citrus growers.
Directors serve a one-year
term.
Premier Citrus Packers
grows grapefruit on about
29,000 acres, making it one
of the state's major grape-
fruit producers. Premier Cit-
rus Packers also packs and
exports its own products.
Blue Goose Growers has
been part of the citrus
industry in Florida for more
than 50 years. In 1963, the
company launched the
largest single Florida plant-
ings at that time 2,500
acres of grapefruit and
orange groves.


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from Lockport, Ill.
She worked as an admin-
istrative assistant for
Argonne National Labs, in
Argonne, Ill.
She was a member of First
United Methodist Church,
located in Vero Beach.
She is survived by two
sons, Stanley (Barbara) M.
Etter of Morris, Ill., and
Steven (Cathy) M. Etter of
Tequesta; three sisters,
Wyvetta Hunt of Omaha,
Neb., Mary Possehn of
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Cincinnati; and many
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in.
death by her husband, Max
Etter predeceased
Contributions can be
made to the VNA Hospice
House, 1110 35th Lane, Vero
Beach, FL 32960 or the First
United Methodist Church,
1750 20th St., Vero Beach, FL
32960.
A memorial service was
held at June 28 at Strunk
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Funeral Home in
Beach.

Paul Raymond
Commerford

Paul Raymond Corn
ford, 65, died June 15, :
at his home in Vero Bea
He was born in Broo
N.Y., and lived in Vero B3
for 19 years, coming
Bergenfield, N.J.
He attended Seton
University in NewYork.
He served in the
Marines.
He was awarded the
time Achievement Awa
the Indian River
County Sheriff's o
and the Jefferson Awar
public service. He wa
the board of director
Hanley Hall.
He is survived by a
Jimmy Commerford
Asheville, N.C.; two da
ters, Tara Commerfor
Vero Beach, and Lin
Ridgley of England; a b:
er, Donald Commerfor
New Milford, N.J.; and
grandchildren.
He was preceded in c


by his parents, Ruth and
S Raymond Commerford.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Starting
Life Over, 4465 25th Ave.,
ero Vero Beach, FL 32967.
Strunk Funeral Home in
Vero Beach handled all
arrangements.

Ellen L. Scott
mer-
2008, Ellen L. Scott, -76, died
ch. June 20, 2008, at Palm Gar-
klyn, den ofVero Beach.
each She was born in
from Williamsport, Pa., and lived
in Vero Beach for 16 years,
Hall coming from West Haven,
Conn.
U.S. She was a former member
of theVero Beach Elks Lodge
Life- No. 1774.
rd by She is survived by her
husband, Donald Scott of
office, Vero Beach; a son, Gary
d for Dangle of West Haven,
s on Conn.; a sister, Edna Tebbs
rs at of Williamsport, Pa.; and a
grandchild.
son, At the family's request
of there will be no services at
ugh- this time. A memorial serv-
d of ice will be held at a later
idsay date in Connecticut.
roth- Arrangements by Strunk
rd of Funeral Home and Cremato-
I five ry in Vero Beach.

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we can make a difference in
Testing the community."
The federal Centers for
From page A3 Disease Control and Preven-
tion estimates that 180,000
tion, council and testing." to 280,000 people nation-
People who already are wide are HIV-positive, but
infected have options avail- are unaware of their status.
able. Even if they don't have HIV counseling and testing
insurance they can get help enables people with HIV to
to manage the disease. take steps to protect their
Some are referred to Project own health and that of their
Response, which is a lifeline partners, and helps people
for over 1,400 people living who test negative get the
with HIV/AIDS on the Space information they need to
and Treasure Coasts. stay uninfected.
"Some people think it The number of people
only exists in certain popu- who still don't know the
lations, but it can, get into facts are surprising, Mr. May
anyone's system," said Clay- said.
ton Weiss, public health "People still think you can
apprentice and part of the get it from saliva, shaking
HIV/AIDS Awareness Net- hands or eating utensils,"
work. said Mr. May. "This is just
"We are especially con- not true. HIV lives in the
cerned with teaching people blood."
how to prevent HIV and the He said the only way to get
best way is to practice sel^f-' the infection is through
control as it relates to sexual trading body fluids (semen,
behavior and drug use." vaginal secretion), blood-to-
The network was estab- blood contact (sharing nee-
lished in September 2006 dles, body piercing, tattoo-
and is made up of 22 organi- ing or from the breast milk
zations and numerous vol- of an infected mother.
unteers throughout Indian Increasing concern is
River. Their vision is to "pass mounting on a few groups
the message, not the dis- with increasing HIV rates in
ease" according to the the community; blacks and
proclamation. individuals.older than 50.
"(To establish the net- Of all racial and ethic
work) I went to everyone groups in the United States,
who plays a part in the com- HIV and AIDS have hit black
munity," said Mr. May. "Now communities the hardest,
we have four quadrants in said the Centers for Disease
Indian River, and we come Control Web site.
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'codone without a pre-
scription, possession of
drug paraphernalia and
driving while license
suspended.
*Robin Lynn Kelly, 44,
2050 llth Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged
with possession of
cocaine.
*Katrina Beth
Thomas, 28, 1110 Royal
Palm Blvd., No. 9, Vero
Beach, was charged
with violation of proba-
tion. She was on proba-
tion for being a habitual
traffic offender.
*Dravien Jones, 24,
6570 87th St., Wabasso,
was charged with culti-
vation of marijuana.
*Julie Ilene Melton,
49, 1870 37th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged
with felony driving
under the influence.
*Johnny A. Ealy, 45,
7802 Lockwood Drive,
Fort Pierce, was charged
with burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling,
felony criminal mis-
chief and petit theft.
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poverty, stigma, attitudes
and beliefs.
"Right now African Ameri-
cans are at high risk. I
believe if more people come
forward it could be differ-
ent," said Mr. May. "I've also
found that more people over
the age of 50 are getting
infected."
In 2005, people older than
50 accounted for 15 percent
of new cases, 24 percent of
those living with HIM 29
percent living with AIDS and
35 percent of deaths due to
the disease.
Blacks account for 13 per-
cent of the US population,
but also for 49 percent of the
people who contract
HIV/AIDS, and HIV/AIDS is
the leading cause of death.
"HIV/AIDS is a public,
health concern, but that


Browning, 42, 6192 65th
St., Vero Beach, was
charged with two
counts of grand theft
and dealing in stolen
property.
*Pedro 0. Rodriguez,
55, 490 Easy St: Sebast-
ian, was charged with
possesession of burglary
tools and criminal mis-
chief.
*Danny Ray Lett Jr.,
27, 186 S. Broadway,
Fellsmere, was charged
with high-speed and
wanton fleeing' and
leaving the scene of an
accident with injuries.
eDonna Boudreau Rit-
ter, 49, 971 36th Court
Southwest, Vero Beach,
was charged with viola-
tion of community con-
trol. She was on com-
munity control for
being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Damaceo Wright, 18,
1465 26th Court South-
west, Vero Beach, was
charged with robbery
with a deadly weapon.
*Tanyisha Nicole
Turner, 22, 12008 Stu-
dent Drive, Orlando was
charged with organized
fraud.


doesn't mean that only
workers of the health
department are bound to do
the educating," said Mr.
Weiss. "We can all learn
about HIV and we can all
educate others; who knows
maybe one day, we can all
destroy HIV."
Testing is available for
anyone ages 13 and older
and is done by Mr. May. He
is available by appointment.
"We do testing at Indian
River Health Department,
Gifford Health Center, out in
the field or I'll even make
house calls," said Mr. May. "I
want people to know help
out there."
Call Mr. May at Indian
River County Health Depart-
ment at (772) 794-7477, (772)
473-5268 for more informa-
tion.


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"Quit Smoking Now" class
beginning at Indian River
Medical Center on Monday,
July 7.
The free class begins its first
of six sessions at 6:30 p.m. in
IRMC's private dining room,
1000 36th St. The program is
sponsored by Everglades Area
Health Education Center, and
will be held quarterly, with
classes rotating between
IRMC and the Indian River
County Health Department.
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class has been offered for no
charge. It offers help with
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The Indian River County
Main Library offers the fol-
lowing free programs.
S* Creative Characters will
be held at 4 p.m. on Wednes-
days. Based on the successful
teen summer sizzler pro-
2 it ra e W ile S 48 i I gram, the youth activities.
Shicle w he department will incorporated
ge ing V*h te wThedn eassimilar aspects into its week-
COm h ac With yoUP Pain ly creative writing sessions.
Creative characters will fea-
Check fOP a FREE MASH ture drama, debate, puzzles,
*FiEE ext orl was oncgames, and writing exercises.
L l*ee c r o 0 ealy lo lClasses are open to all sixth
S i ..WLI P heblCai. through 12th graders.
Plates, a stretchrand tone
The-Real Deal Savings class, is scheduled to meet
Where Quality is # 1 : each Tuesday and Thursday.
The program will focus on
SOsAflexib ility and core strength.
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2MON-SAT8:00AM-5:30PM by Janice Broda, who brings
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Beginner Karate classes
will be held every Tuesday at
.4 p.m. These sessions will be
taught by seventh degree
black belt, Shihan master Jon
Cierri via classical Chi-
nese/Okinawan self-defense
designed for new students.
This is a great family sport
that improves concentra-
tion, balance, breathing and
body tone.
Yoga is offered every Fri-
day, at 10 a.m. and Wednes-
days, at. 6 p.m. Instructor
Babaji, from Kashi School of
Yoga, teaches all levels of
Gentle Yoga with the empha-
sis on breathing. Participants
will need to wear loose-fit-
ting clothing, and bring a
yoga mat. Classes are held in
the multimedia room on the
first floor.
*Adult Creative Writing
and Poetry: The Indian River
County Main Library, with
Paul Bagley, offers adult cre-
ative writing and poetry on
Monday evenings at 6 p.m.
Mr. Bagley, a published
author and president of the
Indian River Poetry Society,
leads this group. The group
will discuss, critique and
encourage budding writers
interested in becoming pub-
lished.
Quilting is taught by Pat
Lester. Ms. Lester is an
accomplished quilter from
the local area. A class is
offered on Monday from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m., and Tuesday,
at! 5:30 p.m. Classes are
ongoing and open to begin-
ners, as well as advanced
quilters.
Belly Dancing Classes are
held at 3:30 p.m. every Sun-
day, taught by Lora Carch,
aka "Parizade," in the multi-
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ing is suggested.
Great Ideas Book Group
will meet the last Thursday of
each month. Discussions
will feature classic literature
excerpts from the Great
Books Foundation, along
with contemporary short
stories, poetry, and nonfic-
tion essays. There is minimal
advanced reading involved.
Joel Nevins, the moderator,
has a strong creative writing,
literature and philosophy
background.
Krafty Kids will meet
from 2:30-3:30 p.m. every
first and third Wednesday of
the month. This class, held
on early dismissal Wednes-
days, is taught by Judy Motta.
This art class is designed for
elementary-school aged
children. Focus will be on
pencil and colored pencil
drawing, with some painting
and craft work.
Put on your PJ's every
Thursday night from 6 to
6:45 p.m. for Pajama Time.
This storytime program is
designed for two to eight
year olds and their families.
Join us for storytelling, cre-
ative dramatics, singing,
dancing, and a craft. Pajamas
are encouraged, but not
required.
There are several story
times available on different
days and for different age
groups. Storytime on Tues-
days from 11-11:45 a.m. is
open to eighteen month olds
to five-year olds. Preschooler
Storytime, on Wednesdays
from 11-11:45 a.m., is
designed for three to five
year olds only. Toddler Time
is for eighteen month olds td
three year olds and takes
place on Tuesdays from 10 to
10:45 a.m. All of the story
times feature storytelling,;
creative dramatics, song;
rhyme, games, and a simple
craft.
Books and Babies is back
again this season with .a
slight, change. This program
for birth to eighteen month
olds will take place on Tues-
days from 10 to 11 a.m. This
lapsit/playgroup begins with
fifteen to twenty minutes of
stories, songs and rhymes.
This is followed by forty to
forty-five minis of group
play. Toys are provided.
The Indian River County
Main Library, located at 1600
21st St., Vero Beach. For ques-
tions, call (772) 770-5060,
Ext. 4121.


fHawk Levy


NATIVE AMERICAN
JEWELRY -
TRADITIONS

Jewelry styles were dif-
ferent in every American
Indian tribe, but the dif-
ferences were less
marked than with other
arts and crafts, because
jewelry and the materi-
als used for making it
(beads, shells, copper
and silver, ivory, amber,
turquoise and other
stones) were major
trade items long before
European arrival in
America. After coloniza-
tion, Native American
jewelry-making tradi-
tions remained strong,
incorporating, rather
than being replaced by,
new materials and tech-
niques such as glass
beads and more
advanced metalworking
techniques.
There are two very gen-
eral categories of Native
American jewelry: met-
alwork, and beadwork.
Before Europeans came
native metalwork was
fairly simple, consisting
primarily of hammering
and etching copper into
pendants or earrings
and fashioning copper
and silver into beads.
(to be continued)

Hawk Levy has been in the
trade since 1979, he currently
owns St. Lucie Jewelry at
9168 South US 1 in Port St. Lucie,
and can be emailed at
Hawk@St.LucieJewelry
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There were winners.
There were losers.
Chain smokers and
-boozers.
There were yuppies.
There were bikers.
There were thirsty hitch-
hikers.
And the girls next row
'dressed up like movie stars.
Mmmmm, this was no bar.

it was a Toby Keith
: concert held recently at
the Cruzan Amphithe-
atre in West Palm Beach
'that had thousands of
country music fans fitting
*those descriptions made
famous in "I Love This Bar"
singing along to hits that in
'some instances were
written byVero Beach
native Scotty Emerick.
Back-track about two
years with me, if you will.
At that time, I was a Palm
Beach County resident on
my way to a Marlins/Red
Sox baseball garfie in,
Broward County with a
friend and his two daugh--
ters.-He popped'in a
casseue tape of songs that
he had compiled. Every-
thing from soup to nuts
seemed to be on it, and
many cuts were familiar to
me.
Then a country song came
on in which the singer
extolled the virtues of his
neighborhood giin mill.
Toby Keith sang "I Love This
Bar" and by the time we had
gotten to the stadium, I had
fallen in love with that tune,
and had asked that my
friend replay it several times
so I could sing along.
I had heard of Toby Keith,
, of course, but I am not what
.you'd call a real country
'music fan. But for some
'ihexplicable reason, this
song caught my fancy even
though I am no barfly.
Two years later, I had
become an entertainment
writer for this publication
and I received a press
release that Mr. Emerick
Would be doing a concert at
Vero Beach High School to
benefit kids with cancer. A
See VERO, B5


Diners treated like royalty at Siam Orchid


By Julie Cleveland
For Hometown News
VERO BEACH,- I was
honored to be one of a
couple lunch guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam
Watsanserekul, owners of
Siam Orchid, Thai and
Sushi Bar on Miracle Mile
inVero Beach.
Lunch is an understate-
ment; it is more appropri-
ate to say we were treated'
as royalty and lavished
upon. Mr. and Mrs.
Watsanserekul and their
daughter, Boki, hosted us
banquet style and joined
us in the feast.
The entire atmosphere of
Siam Orchid is rich in
imported decor from Siam Orchid's
Thailand. Complex. magnificent Sus
carvings adorn the ceiling, an ent
scrollwork adds accent to Our lunch expe
indoor trellises, doors are started with a pl
carved, and many of the Thai, which is ai
large tables and chairs ioodle sauteed
have come directly from scallions, bean sp
Thailand. Cushion floor and ground peai
seating is available in a tender noodles v
tucked away nook that accented with th
affords privacy. taste of egg, follow
The Sushi bar at the front the pleasant swe
of the restaurant permits a the peanut oil.
great view of your sushi as The bean sproi
it is being prepared from tender and blend
all fresh ingredients. It has with the peanut.
typical snack bar seating, special was pack
and is just out of the way perfectly cooked
of the busy dining room that certainly wa
and foyer area. enhanced by the
The entire dining area is noodles and spro
one large room with Soup came to i
several booths along the large bowl and w
wall and many tables in given individual
the center. As the lunch bowls for our po:
hour grows longer, the had Tom Kha Ga
tables fill up fastand the a sweet soup wit
room is filled with the coconut milk sto
sounds of happy diners, was Gai, which r


Photo courtesy of Julie L. Cleveland
owner, Sam, Watsanserekul, serves a
hi boat.


erience
ate of Pad
rice
with egg,
prouts
nuts. The
were
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owed by
et taste of
uts were "
led easily
This little
ed with,
Shrimp
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peanuts,
outs.
is in a
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serving
rtions. We'
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means ,


chicken in Thai,
The soup comes with
chicken, seafood, or
shrimp, and is created
with a generous portion of
sliced fresh mushrooms,
lemon grass, and has a
nice undertone of chili
paste. The chili doesn't
make the soup spicy; it
adds another dimension
to the taste that works well
with the coconut milk
instead.
Our next dish came in
the form of a sushi boat. It
was a beautiful tribute to
the food that it was
designed to carry, and to
the one who fashioned the
food within. It was worthy
of a photo and almost a
shame to destroy.
The lobster roll that
crowned the boat was
beautifully arranged in the
cracked tail symmetrically


decorated with slices of
oranges, and nestled in a
bed of shredded carrots in
a beverage glass. The ,
lobster was mildly bat-
tered and fried and made
to dip into a bowl of soy. It
seemed like a sacrilege to
destroy the lobster art, but
we did.anyway, and were
glad for it. It was eaten
with dignity, and much
enthusiasm.
In addition to the lobster,
we were delighted with a
rainbow roll of various fish
draped in rice, crab,
lettuce and garnishes of
oranges. The rolls were
plentiful and fresh. Tuna,"
white fish, shrimp and
crab were all well repre-
sented and equally tasty.
There were no favorites, as
it was impossible to
choose from all the fresh
flavors. Hand rolls were
tucked into citrus, carrot,
and lettuce beds in goblets
and balanced out the boat.
We ho sooner started
sampling and enjoying all
of the different sushi when
a serving platter of curry
duck arrived. Our crispy
little duck was basking in a
special Siam Orchid curry
sauce with plump whole
cashews smiling up at us.
The dark meat was tender
and had a great'crunch to
it. It simply got added to
the plate in front of me
and finished along with all
the rest of the items I was
*collecting.
A platter of spicy fish was
hot on the heels of this
dish, and this was also a
winner. The fish was a
great filet of snapper that
See SIAM, B4


out & about


FRIDAY, JULY 11
-The Friends of the North
Indian River County'
Library will present story-
teller Windell Campbell, a
teacher from the Tampa
area, who incorporates the
art of puppetry with the art
of storytelling.
The presentation will take
place from 10:30-11:30
a.m., and children are invit-
ed to join in the excitement
that Mr. Campbell brings
with the use of props and
other visual aids to bring
out the message of his sto-
ries.
Admission for this pro-
gram is free, but tickets are
required and are available
in the Children's Room.
The library is located at
1001 Sebastian Blvd. (CR
512), three miles west of


U.S. I in Sebastian.
For more information, call
(772) 589-1355, Ext. 4523.
THROUGH JULY 30
-The Young Adult Depart-
ment of the Indian River
County Main Library pres-
ents Sizzling Summer Spe-
cials through July 30, which
will feature fun-filled,
action-packed summer pro-
grams for local teens.
Creative Characters
appear every Wednesday
from 2 to 4 p.m. through a
variety of awesome activi-
ties designed to stimulate
the 'senses and provide
loads of laughter.
Each Wednesday through-
out the summer there will
be programs of' contests,
creative arts, drama,
debates, prizes and refresh-,


ments.
Get dressed up for Hal-
loween in July on July 16.
Prizes will be awarded for
best costumes and best
spooky stories. There will
also be, palm reading, for-
tune telling and lots of
treats, but no tricks, please.
An eagerly awaited talent-
ed show is set for July 23.
Join in the singing, strum-
ming, conjuring magic,
doing comedy- or whatever
your talent leads you to do.
Sign up is requested.
The end of summer cele-
bration on July 30 will fea-
ture Karaoke. Amateurs are
most welcome and encour-,
aged to step up to the
microphone and stun' the
audience with your singing.
And if being center stage is
not your thing, then sign up
to be a judge or audience


member. Pizza will be pro-
vided.
On Monday through July
28, come join Todd and
video games from 1:30 to
3:30 p.m. in the library mul-
timedia room.
On Tuesday from July 8
through July 29 at 3 p.m.,
Bill Willis of Vero Beach
Karate will offer' various
styles of self-defense for
beginners and more
advanced students.
Two Fridays, are reserved
for budding,artists to chalk
on the sidewalk. Sidewalk
Art graffiti will be held July
11 :and- July 25 at noon at
the east entrance of the
library. The creations must
fit into a segment of side-
walk four feet square and
match the themes of the
See OUT, B3


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 07-04-2008


Aries-March 21-April 19
Finding quality time for your-
self, amid all your other
responsibilities, continues to
be a challenge. The biggest
need right now would be to
find positive "stress busters"'
Make time each week to'do
three things you love that
have nothing to do with work.
This, your good nature and
awesome courage continue
to move you through chal-
lenges time after time. New,
better days are on the way.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Let petty annoyances slide
you off without affecting and
making you react. Try to stay
centered when things don't
go right. Refuse to clutter
your life with habits, attitudes
and things outdated or
unnecessary. Clean 'out the
closets in your home and in
your mind.'You don't have to
be all things to all people
anymore. You thrive best
when under pressure, but
everyone needs a break
sometimes. Your time is now.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
You are always learning new
things about yourself, others
and human nature. Go back
to school and take a psychol-
ogy course. You would do
well at it. It's all because of'
your strong power of com-
munication. You listen as
well as talk. This makes you
popular, respeted and suc-
cessful. Continue to create
your own reality. Hold fast to
your ideals. You are a posi-
tive force to be reckoned
with.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Refuse to let negative behav-
ior sidetrack, you from your
goals. Create your own
magic. Pull your ideas from
the mind and plant them in
your heart. Feed, water and
protect them. You will soon
begin to see new life around
you. You are at the growing
, stage. Be sure to give your-
self quality time.each day so
balance is maintained. Good
is coming your way.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your renewed energy and
self-esteem continue to
move you closer to your
goals. This is similar to the
pattern of your energy field
two years ago at this time. It's
like history repeating itself.
Ifs a matter of choices. Feed
positives; increase positives.
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day which kicks off with
"Friends" and follows with
"Waterways." Judging, prizes
and refreshments will follow
artist commentaries about
their drawings.
In cooperation with the
American Red Cross, the
library offers a day-long
Babysitter Training Class on
Saturday, July 19, from 9 a.m.
to '4 p.m. This program offers
teens basic first aid, skills for
dealing with breathing emer-
gen'cies and other employ-
ment skills. There is a $15
registration fee for this class.
Upon completion, students
will receive a certification
card. Call the Red Cross office


Scopes
From page B1
Give vent to negative atti-
tudes, habits; increase them.
Keeping a strong focus on
your own life's interests and
moving forward is the real
challenge at this time.
SVirgo-Aug.23-Sept21
No matter what has hap-
pfned to you in the past,
there is always a second
*chance. The past year has
giYen you many challenges to
deal with, handle bravely and
overcome. You have done a
fantastic job. Now, under-
stand that when a door shuts,
a .better one is waiting to
open. Your strong spirit refus-
.es.to give up. This is one of
your great qualities. When
the chips are down, you are
at your best.

Libra-Sept. 22-Oct.21
It'k good that you have taken
control of your own life. Now,
it is easier to know when to
let others in to advise you. It's
your choice. You will now see
thqt, you are more at peace.


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and registration require-
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meet in the Multimedia
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The Main Library is located
at 1600 21st St. in downtown
Vero Beach.
For more information or to
sign up for an event, call
Marla Goodman at (772)
770-5060,. Ext 4-121 or e-
mail.her at mgoodman@ircli-
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-The Gifford Youth Activity
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You will feel less stressed.
You have earned' more
respect. You have more time
for you. You are happier. The
list goes on. Wise choices
earn respect. Respect is the
foundation of love, personal
growth and honor. Wow;
you've got it!

Scorpio-Oct. 22-Nov. 21
Your strong sense of direction
has returned. Refuse to let
doubt, fear or indecision hold,
back a superior mind like
yours. Plan ahead, but live
one day at a time. This keeps
you from procrastinating on
the most important things.
Stay calm and make a bal-
anced plan of activities. Ask
for help or advise from trust-
ed friends when you need it.
There's no reason to be iso-
lated now.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You have so much to be
thankful for. You have a good
mind, a great heart and a
strong spirit. All your hard
work in life has made you
strong physically as well. Your
decision-making skills have
never been stronger. You lis-


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the Center's numerous pro-
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ten more to your inner guid-
ance. Your friends are legion.
You have lived an interesting
life. With all that you have
done and know, your best
and fruitful years are yet to
come.
Capricorn-Dec. 22- Jan.19
You have things going your
way. Standing up for your
beliefs is working. You never
give up on your dream. You
are just a few steps away
from seeing the gates of
prosperity open and reward
you for all your past efforts.
The recent time spent refin-
ing your creative skills and
talents will bring you great
and much deserved rewards
in the near future.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your love of life is contagious.
You have such desire and
passion to excel. This great
attitude will always pull you
through no matter what chal-
lenges life serves you. You
have such high-mindedness
that no matter what else is
going-on around you, you will
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-The Vero Beach Museum
of art presents the Florida
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tion in the Museum's Holmes
Gallery. Admission is free of
charge.
This traveling exhibition of
artwork from the recipients of
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the talents of some of the
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not to take on so many new
responsibilities. Delegate to
others and you will stay in
balance.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You have such. an inex-
haustible supply of goodwill,
toward others. You will
always know the right things
to say and do. Your timing is
impeccable. Why? It's your
great heart and willingness to
go the second mile. There is
no greater team player than
you. You demonstrate this
with your family, work associ-
ates and many friends. Your
high heart will continue to
bring you life's greatest
rewards.
Star visions
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was glazed with a mildly
spicy Thai chili sauce and
had scallion bits that added
a great taste to the mouthful
of fish.
The fish was flaky and
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plate several times. It was
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broccoli garnish.
Suddenly a plate of Satay
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table. This Thai barbecue
chicken was served on
skewers and had a great
peanut sauce for dipping. It
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salad. I never got to the
cucumber salad.
Thai Spring Rolls found
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called sticky rice with
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for their remarkable talent
and career achievements.
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phone interview was set up,
and by the time I spoke to
that uncommonly charm-
ing, talented young man, I
knew he had written my
"favorite" country song.
Speaking with him was a
distinct pleasure, and I
thought it especially neat
that for someone like myself
who is not very familiar with
the country music genre, I
got to interview the guy who
wrote the one song that
seemed to captivate me.
Last week, it got even
neater when I saw the man
who made the song famous
perform it.
My husband and I drove
back to my old stomping
grounds of Royal Palm
Beach and we checked in at
my favorite hotel there -
Mom's place. At almost 93,
my mother is still going
strong living independent-
ly and thankfully in full
control of all her faculties.
We spent a few hours
chatting and then got ready
to head to the Cruzan
Amphitheatre located at the
South Florida Fairgrounds,
only about two miles from
my mother's house.
We got there relatively
early and were directed to a
parking spot. My large
sedan was dwarfed and
surrounded by pickup
trucks of every make and
color many flying the
Confederate stars and bars,
and many with tailgates
dropped for pre-concert
partying and drinking. By
their loud demeanors, it
appeared that some of the ,
tailgaters had been at it for a
while.
With some trepidation
about leaving my car amid
such rowdies, we locked it
up and walked toward the
amphitheater while the
raucous, beer-swigging
partiers were left in the
parking lot.
' This was a young crowd -
mainly in their 20s and 30s


and they proudly (and
loudly) displayed behavior
that served to lend credence
to the stereotypical "red-
neck" personification.
Snippets of conversation,
liberally laced with "cuss"
words reached our ears as we
walked through the crowd.
What am I doing here, I
thought. True, I was old
enough to be their parent,
but I still had enough "youth"
in me to remember what it
was like to be their age and
attending a concert.
We "Baby Boomers" could
get just as loud and as
profane as this bunch was,
but for the most part, we had
been raised with some
modicum of manners that
seemed to be totally lacking
in these young people.
God, I'm getting old and
grouchy, I thought.
Looking behind us to the
amphitheatre's hill and lawn
section, I saw a sea of people
that reminded me of the


Woodstock Nation in the
summer of 1969. The place
was absolutely packed.
I felt my anger rise to nearly
past the boiling point when
from two rows behind us, a
bottle of beer came rolling
down between my legs,
spilling its contents all over
my long skirt, shoes and
purse.
Luckily, the music was
spectacular, beginning with
two nameless opening acts
followed by the hit duo of
Montgomery Gentry who did'
a fabulous 50-minute set
before headliner Toby Keith.
A week before, Mr. Keith
and company had kicked off
his "Biggest and Baddest
Tour" that will bring the
best in country music to 40
cities nationwide.
Mr. Keith took to the stage
at about 9 p.m. and pro-
ceeded to rip through a 23-
song set that included some
of his greatest hits including
another Scotty Emerick


gem, "As Good as I Once
Was."
The 46-year-old singer
was backed by the awesome
Easy Money band that
included horns, and it
quickly became evident why
he was the top country
money earner last year.
The guy simply rocks and
his voice has a unique
'richness of tone that is
missing among his other,
more twangy-nasally
sounding counterparts.
Mr. Keith kept the stage
bantering to a minimum as
he performed, but his
humorous and sometimes
salty remarks drew huge
cheers from the crowd who
raised their beers in toast to
their country hero.
On this sticky, humid
night, Mr. Keith held
nothing back-in a vigorous
(and sweat-drenched)
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Visual Art Fellowship, which
are free and open to the pub-
lic on Sunday afternoons at 3
p.m.
Throughout the summer
months, artists will visit the
museum and present a slide
presentation in the muse-
um's Leonhardt Auditorium
followed by a gallery talk in
the Holmes Gallery.
Attendees are encouraged
to RSVP at (772) 231-0707,
Ext. 136.
The program schedule fea-
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Vero
From page B5
musicianship that had
thousands in the audience
on their feet in apprecia-
tion.


cher on July 27; drawing
expert Amy Broderick on Aug.
24 and painter John Bailly on
Sept. 7.
The museum is located in
Riverside Park at 3001 River-
side Park Drive in Vero Beach.
For more information about
these programs or other
museum activities, call (772)
231-0707, Ext. 136 or visit
online at www.verobeach-
museum.org.
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Tuesday.
And these doctors are mak-
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Later, we got caught in a
grid-lock of traffic attempt-
ing to leave the parking lots
and my annoyance flared
again when one, young
buckoo" in a white pick-up
truck with over-sized tires
directly in front of me


A free and exciting new series
is offered to promote opti-
mum total health for the new
year with the library's "Ask
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continue on Tuesday
evenings throughout the year.
Each week, doctorsewill dis-
cuss timely topics and follow
up with questions and
answers from the attendees.
These programs are free
but space is limited and reg-
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The main branch of' the
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located at 1600 21st St. in
Vero Beach.
Call (772) 770-5060, Ext
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Mmmmm, I love this guy.
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Food prices are going
crazy, and I'm sure you're
having trouble trying to
make ends meet. I only have
two to feed and it's nuts!
Buying large cuts of meat
many times is cheaper, but
you can't do it for a small
family or can you?
Mom and I love roast beef
and pot roast, both large,
cuts of meat. I finally
decided we're gonna have
them no matter what.
Follow my lead; this is
money saving and mar-
velous.
Bottom round roast
makes a tender roast beef or
pot roast. Wait for a buy-
one-get-one-free, and buy a
large 3.5- to 4.5-pound roast
and freeze the other. The
price is a little more than $2
a pound.
First dinner: roast beef.
Cut enough for leftover
brown bagging then freeze
the rest. Freeze the gravy in
a separate container.
Second dinner: my mock
sauerbraten pot roast.
Brown the meat and
follow the recipe. Put any
leftover meat back in the
freezer along with the gravy.
Now it's time for lapsgouts,
a Danish stew from the
mother of my late husband.

ROAST BEEF
Serves five-six
There is usually a thin
layer of fat on one side of
the meat. Leave that and
trim any other visible fat.
3 lb. bottom round roast
5 or 6 small onions or 2
medium onions, quar-
tered
Garlic powder
Salt and pepper
Season roast. Place in pan
and surround with small
peeled or quartered onions,
old together wi. h a
toothpick). Donot add
water. Place pan in the
center of a 350-degree oven;
roast as follows:
RARE: 18 minutes
MEDIUM: RARE: 22
minutes
MEDIUM: 24 minutes
WELL: 27 minutes
NOTE: When using a roast
more than 3-1/2 pounds,
reduce the cooking time by
2 minutes per pound. The
meat keeps cooking after it's
done. Make a gravy follow-
ing instructions in previous
columns.

POT ROAST (MOCK
SAUERBRATEN)
Serves six
This recipe is'for pressure
cookers, stovetop or oven.
Invest in a pressure cooker;
it will be the smartest
purchase you've ever made.
Manyyears ago I tasted
sauerbraten. My opinion:
flavor too strong, time
involved too long. Using
many of the same ingredi-
ents, and adding a few of my
own, I created my mock
sauerbraten. It has become a
family favorite, and I hope
you enjoy it as much as we do.


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3 lb. bottom round roast
1 Ig. onion (3 inches in
diameter), quartered and
sliced
1/4-cup ketchup
1/2 tsp. each, garlic
powder and black pepper
1 tsp. salt
2 rounded tsp. brown
mustard
3 tbsp. red wine vinegar
. 1 small bay leaf
3 or more cups water
Trim all fat from meat,
except what's on top. Brown
fresh or leftover meat on all
sides in a large covered
ovenproof pot or pressure
cooker. Do not add any fat.
Place meat fat side up. Add
onions and cook until
golden. Add remaining
ingredients, leaving the
water for last. Cover and
cook in a 350-degree oven
or on the stove in a large pot
for two and a half to three
hours until tender. Add
more water if necessary.
Pressure cooker: cook at
10 pounds of pressure for 40
minutes or follow instruc-
tions with cooker.
) Remove meat to serving
platter. Strain liquid into
saucepan, discard bay leaf,
reserve onions. Make gravy,
add reserved onions. Thinly
slice meat across the grain.


only what you will eat.
Freeze the leftover beef and
gravy separately.
Leftover roast beef or pot
roast, thawed and cut in
bite-size cubes
Leftover gravy, thawed
1 can mixed vegetables
with potatoes such asVeg-
All, drained or
1 pkg. frozen mixed
vegetables and 1 can
whole potatoes, rinsed,
drained and cubed
1 jar small white onions
(optional)
Heat gravy to a rolling
boil, stirring constantly.
Stretch if necessary by
adding water, flour and
water mixed, Gravy master
for good color and beef
bullionifor added flavor or
you can add packaged or
canned gravy.
If using pot roast add to
gravy and cook for 15
minutes. Add vegetables
and cook until tender and
heated through. If using
roast beef, add just before
serving. This is a stew you
eat with a spoon.
When a recipe is not in my
cookbook it will have NIB
next to the title.
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secutive District 17 Tour-
nament of Champions
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fashion, the Sebastian
softball team found a new
way to achieve crown
number three.
Losing.
Brian Engle saw his
squad suffer'a rare defeat
in the opening game of the
tournament before storm-
ing back to win five
straight, including the last


two over a solid Jensen
Beach team.
"Whenever you come
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said. "You have to play
everybody. .
"But we were really
strong."
The Vero Beach native's
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western Port St. Lucie with
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biter over Port St. Lucie
National 2-1 before meet-
ing up with Southwestern
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Unlike the first matchup,
in which Engle's squad
came in shorthanded,
Sebastian featured a full
complement of players as
the team delivered an 11-1
win.
"We didn't have all our
players (in the first game)
and we still should have
won the game," Engle said.
"Everybody was hyped up
not to lose again."
Facing a fresh Jensen
Beach team that cruised to
three easy wins by a 22-5
margin, Sebastian fell
behind by scores of 1-0
and 3-1, before rallying to
take a 4-3 lead on a key hit
from an unlikely source.
"Kali Maurer hit a three-
run inside the park home
run," Engle said. "It's her
first year of playing soft-
ball.
"They were ahead and
we had one or two outs.
"We had two girls on and
they had their best pitcher
out there. She (Kali) nailed
it. She hit one over the
rightfielder's head to the
fence.
"She hustled on the
bases."
Maurer was thrilled at
the feat, but astonished as
well.
"I was surprised Maurer
said. "I had my dad, who's
an assistant coach, jump-
ing up and down. .
"I had a feeling my
grandfather was watching
over me. It was for him."
Despite Maurer's blast,
Jensen Beach came back to
tie it before Sebastian
finally pulled it out in the
bottom of the seventh
inning.
"Ryan (Biegel) popped
ball up and she ran the ball"
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out like you're supposed to.
do," Engle said. "The girl;.
(first baseman) dropped it
and the winning run',
scored.
"It was a heartbreaker
for them."
Sebastian's dramatic".
come-from-behind victory'
put the same two teams,
back on the field the fol-
lowing night with the win-,
ner taking home the cham-"
pionship. Sebastian
wasted little time in get-_
ting on the board, scoring-..
four runs in the first.
inning. A
The team built a 6-0
advantage and seemed&
poised to win a laugher.i'
However, some late substi-'
tutions proved costly, asf
Sebastian nearly unraveled
in the seventh inning.
"We probably had five'
errors in that inning,".
Engle said. "We had a cou:.-
ple of dropped balls and a.,
throwing error.
"It was a culmination of
things. We were in jeop-'
ardy of losing the game. G'
"With the tying run com- I
ing to the plate, I put my-
regular players back in,"
and Ryan struck the, girl"
out.
"We ended up holding"
them off."
Despite the tense end-'-
ing, Maurer felt the team;
was destined to win the'
championship, even after
the early loss.
"We starting working.
together t and working)
harder," Maurer said. "It
was pretty amazing."
For Engle, who might be
calling it a coaching career
soon, the third time might
have been the charm, but?
it wasn't luck.,
"We went down there to
win games," Engle said.
"Losing is not fun. Win-
niig is fun."


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For a relaxing vacation, inn is step back in time


A vacation is supposed to
be about rest and
L elaxation. In today's
world, with cell phones,
televisions and more, one
tends to not truly "get away
from it all" when on vacation.
At the High Hampton Inn
in Cashiers, N.C., guests
take a refreshing step back
in time to an era where
peaceful relaxation, without
the distractions of today's
"hurry up" world, is the
theme.
Since 1922, the High
Hampton Inn has been
about getting out of your
room or away from your
cabin, and out into the
world of nature.
Surrounded by the Blue
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hiking trails, a crystal clear
35-acre lake for canoeing
and swimming, tennis
courts and a wonderfully
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need to stay locked in your
room, unless reading that
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alone and away from
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To encourage guests to get
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beauty that surrounds this
1,400-acre resort, there are
no televisions or phones in
the rooms. Guests at the Inn
have found that truly being
away from it all helps them
relax and enjoy a true
vacation. With so much
room to roam, it's even
possible to enjoy your own
spot where the rest of the
family cannot find you.


I discovered that many
guests are return visitors
who travel to the resort with
generations of family
members in tow. Spending a
long weekend or a week
together, without heading to
the mall or sneaking off to
the movies, gives many
families time to reconnect,
rejuvenate and grow
together, something many
of us are missing in our
hectic lives.
Our room was quite cozy,
with a beautiful view of
Hampton Lake, Chimney
Top Mountain and Rock
Mountain. While there Was
no air conditioning, being
3,600-feet up in the moun-
tains, the evenings were
pleasantly cool and the days
mild.
The High Hampton Inn,
situated in what is called
"Waterfall Central" in North
Carolina and listed on the
National Register of Historic
Places, offers such long-
standing customs as
afternoon tea, dressing in
coat and tie or dress for
dinner, and casual conver-
sation. The Inn is quite
rustic, and may not appeal
to those looking for bright
lights and nightclubs, but
many find it a welcome
change, so much so, that


they return year after year,
generation after generation.
There is a children's
program to keep the young
ones occupied and enter-
tained, as well as giving
adults time to relax. The
children build crafts, play,
games and even had a
parade using golf carts that
they had decorated while
we were there.
Being avid golfers, my son
and I had to test the course.
The course at the High
Hampton Inn is by no
means long. Measuring just
over 6,000 yards from the
tips, you will find yourself
playing a relaxed, controlled
round surrounded by
nature's finest beauty.
The course's defense is a
plethora of elevation
changes and tall thick trees
surrounding the fairways.
The par-3s are particularly
tough, and the eighth sits
along Hampton Lake with a
breathtaking view of the
entire resort.
The greens are about the
best I've played in years. I
had forgotten how.wonder-
ful bent grass greens are.
There is not a single bunker
on the property, so I'd
suggest leaving the sand
clubs at home, and instead,
bring a trusty fairway wood
or hybrid that you can hit
nice and straight.
While my son and I were
playing golf, my wife
enjoyed a relaxing facial at
the new Hampton Spa.
Although small and just
offsite, the spa was very nice


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and my wife informed me
that it was the best facial she
has ever had. Judging by the
beautiful glow of her skin
when I saw her later, I'd
have to agree.
The dining room is where
we ate all of our meals.
Everything is buffet style,
with the soup coming out
an hour before dinner
service begins. I.strongly
suggest trying the soup
every day.


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We were overwhelmed at
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The Knights of Columbus
of the 4th Degree, on behalf
of four Catholic Churches
from the Treasure Coast,
collected funds for veterans.
John P. Brady, from Holy
Cross Church in Vero Beach,
presented a check for $1,700
to Dr. Marshall Goby of the
Vet Center in Lake Worth.
Dr. Goby heads the profes-
sioAals working at The, Vet
Center, which is under the
Department of Veterans
Affairs, and is affiliated with


the West Palm Beach Veter-
ans Medical Center, which
treats veterans suffering
from Post Traumatic Stress
Disorder.
The churches involved in
the collection were; Holy-
Cross Catholic Church, St.
Helens Catholic Church and
St. John of the Cross
Catholic Church, all located
inVero Beach; and St. Sebas-
tian Catholic Church, locat-
ed in Sebastian.
The money will be used by
the Center to purchase com-
pact discs, which will be
used by 'the veterans in
treatment for various Post


Traumatic Stress Disorders.
We have found the use
of the guided imagery
compact discs to be an
efficient and effective tool
to help our veterans," said
Dr. Marshall Goby. "They
help our veterans with the
stress disorder, sleep prob-
lems, anxiety and depres-
sion. We play the compact
discs while our veterans
attend individual or group
therapy sessions and help
them learn to use them
effectively. We give them a
personal copy they may
use at home each day to
help reduce troubling
symptoms."


The number of veterans
being treated at the center
on an outpatient basis
varies from 150 to more
than 250.
For more information,
call (772) 234-7518, or e-
mail jfpbisme@bell-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. P20080215
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GABRIEL DEROSA, JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Gabriel DeRosa,
Jr., deceased, whose date of
death was September 4,
2007, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Indian River
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 2000 16th Avenue,
Vero Beach, Florida 32960.
The names and addresses of
'the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decend-
ent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this notice is June 27,
2008.
Personal Representative:
KENNETH R. DEROSA
101 Kendall Boulevard
Oaklyn, New Jersey 08107
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
SHANNON M. BANITT
Florida Bar No. 0017792
Rossway, Moore & Taylor
5070 N. Highway A1A,
Suite 200
Vero Beach, Florida 32963
Telephone: (772) 231-4440
Pub; June 27 & July 4, 2008


Faulkner & Sons, Inc. will
sell the following vehicles,
pursuant to Ch. 713.(6)85.9
to the highest bidder, subject
to all towing, storage, admin-
istrative, and miscellaneous
,charges, at 801 High Street,
Sebastian, FL at 8:00 a.m. on
Saturday,July 19, 2008.
This is a cash only sale.
Proceeds are due the day of
sale. Storage fees are accu-
mulative. We reserve the
right'to reject all bids.
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Pub; July 4, 2008
Legal Notice: On Friday July
14, 2008, at 8:00 a.m., the
following vehicle (s) will be
sold at public auction to pay
for the towing/storage owing
against them: One (1) 2001
FORD EXPLORER
Vln# 1FMYU60E81UC42563
Place of sale: 9055 16th
Place, Fine Line Towing &
Recovery, Vero Beach
Pub: July 4, 2008
LEGAL NOTICE: On
Thursday July 17, 2008, at
9:30 a.m., the following
vehicles will be sold at public
auction to pay for
towing/storage owing against
them:
One (1) 1993 Buic
VIN#1G4HR53L9PH504369 .
Place of sale: 596 Old Dixie
Hwy Mike's Wrecker -Vero
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Victorian pattern $400,
Misc silver items, Poster
antique br set pecan
wood, $1100, Dining rm
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Accubake range $400
Whirlpool dishwasher
$300 $600/both
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NC- 3 CFM, 2 Stage, like
new, $100, 772-468-8435
AIR CLEANER- Ionic
Breeze Quadra, like new,
$100, 772-336-5337 SLC
AWNINGS, Clamshell-
exc cond. (1) 7'3"x4'6",
(1) 4'x4'6", $200
772-664-4850 Micco


BAR STOOL,2WOODEN'
on wheels.$20. 5banana
boxes full of garage sale
stuff $50. 772-878-5799
BASKETBALL HOOP-
Portable, Lifetime Model
1245, $75, 772-708-4067
CHAIR, Upholstqred-
Henredon, Coral, $50,
772-465-1357 SLC
CHAIRS, Chaise lounge-
(2), good condition, $60
both, 772-340-1383 SLC
COMPUTER, FLIGHT
simulator 1998 full $25.
772-871-8916
COUCH, LOVE SEAT &
Recliner matching set
$200. Call evenings or
leave msg. 772-562-6205
DAYBED white metal,
with new mattress, only
used twice. Nice shape.
$75, 561-577-7301 SLC
DESK, COMPUTER-
22Dx34Lx30H, like new,
$50, 772-388-5247 IR
DINING ROOM set
sturdy clean, 4 metal
chairs included. $175
Call Joe 772-581-0202 IR
DISNEY PINS 24 rare
collector pins in wooden
box. $100 772-321-2679
IR
DOG CAGE medium.
With 2 doors & clean out
pan. Black 18"w X 21" H
x 24"deep 772-360-6604
DOORS, Screen- 2 Alum
brown, 36x80 new $25ea,
Alum Facia, brown, 3pcs,
$5ea, 772-460-9683 SLC
DRILL CORDLESS
w/case, 3 chargers, 4
batteries & bit $35
772-770-2090 IR
DRILL PRESS- mini 3
speed, table model,
$100/obo, 772-589-7161
IR
DRYER GE electric
$75.00, Good condition.
772-770-1427(IR)
END TABLES & Match-
ing Coffee Table, Mirror
Tops, Almond color, $100
for all, 772-778-1062 (IR)
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- corner style, ma-
hogany, fits 32" TV, exc
cond, $50, 772-460-2995
EVENING GOWN by
Alex, shiney stone color,
size 8, jewel trim jacket
$65, 772-388-3858 (IR)
EXERCISE BIKE.
Like new $40
772-589-7711 Sebastian


FIBERGLASS CAP-
'smoked glass, $200,
772-465-6911 SLC
FLIGHT CONTROL Sys-
tem- PC, Saitek X52 Pro,
with pedals, $125,
772-323-5511 SLC
FREEZER: Whirlpool
Chest, 06' 4x2x3, White,
$150 OBO 321-676-6133
So Brevard.
GENERATOR Troy Built
5550 Watt. Engine
blown. Other parts, like
new. $100 772-589-9296
GOLF BAG. Tour Edge,
Quick Launch, new, blue/
black, $59, 772-595-0559
GOLF CLUBS Dunlop
Linear, 2 sets, 1 male & 1
female. $75 for both
772-581-3585 IR
HAMMER DRILL- 1/2".
variable spd, 5.5 amps,
new, black & decker $60,
772-343-8477 SLC
HEATHKIT, SIGNAL
tracer, model it-5283.
ood cond with manual
40.561-741-1907
HELMETS, Motorcycle-
New, $45, Kodak Cam-
era DC3400, $125,
772-564-9798 IR
LIGHTHOUSE, Light of
Peace,Thomas Kincad
8" porcelain, New. $30
772-692-9675
LUGGAGE CARRIER-
black, $10, 772-219-3747
MONITOR, COMPUTER-
Panasonic E70, 19",
CRT, $50, Sony 15" mon-
itor, $15, 772-589-4561
IR
MONITOR, Crate Floor-
Model APM, 75 w/ line
in-out EQ & Peak protect.
$200, 561-573-0174 SLC
PAINT SPRAYER- and
compressor Portable,
complete, $100,
772-978-5910 IR
PAINTING CANVASES-
cotton duck med. texture,
some still in box assorted
sizes, $75, 772-460-6171
PHONE, Camera- Veri-
zon, Box and papers
works fine $30.00
772-770-2090 (IR)
PING. PONG table with
balls & paddles. Good
Condition $75.
772-581-3864 (IR)
POOL LADDER- Fiber-
glass, five step, with rail
grabs, perfect condition,
1Q0, 772-340-3496 SLC
PRINT art pencil 11x17,
of River Styx Market,
Ohio $35 772-878-0264


PRINTER, 4 in 1- Brother
MFC 5100C, extra, color
cartridges, $150,
772-335-4496 SLC
RATCHET, Semi Flat
Bed- tie down chain, 20',
$50, 772-834-6108 SLC
SCREEN DOOR
retractable good cond,
all hardware. 36" x 80"
$85 772-569-4070
SCREEN DOORS- 2,
brown, 36"x80", new
cond. $25ea, Call
724-968-7070 SLC
SHELF, WICKER- 6.5'x
2.5', with bottom doors,
great condition, $40,
772-344-9361 SLC O
SHOES genuine
alligator, 3" heel, 8/AA by
Andrew Geller priceless
$45 772-664-7243
SOFABED, LOVESEAT,
recliner, coffee table
$125 or sell separately
772-464-1010 (SLC)
STOVE, ELECTRIC, 30",
almond smooth top, self
cleaning oven. $100.
772-664-2445 Micco
SWIMFINS, MARES
avantiture size 9 perfect
$20. 772-546-0997
TABLE SET- 3 piece,
oak, living room set,
$150, 772-878-5351. SLC
TABLE, CHAIRS leath-
er seat and back, on
wheels, like new $199.
772-466-3686
TABLE, Dining Room-
Oval, w/2 leafs & 6 cush-
ioned chairs on wheels,
$150, 772-664-3208 IR
TABLE, Dining Room-
wood, 65x40 w/2 leaves,
lass inserts, 4 chairs,
150, 772-794-0998 IR
TABLE, WICKER- 38"
round, white, outdoor,
with 3 chairs, $75,
772-873-8056 (SLC)
TABLES glass top w
metal bottom. Coffee
table $50 & end table
$35/obo 772-489-3040
TIRES- 4- Bridgestone
Turanza P205/65R15
tires. 772-581-1751
TOOLBOX, Truck- hus-
ky, diamond plate, for
small truck, w/key for lock
$100obo, 772-633-4958
TOOLSET- 3/4" Socket
set w/ratchet & accesso-
ries $60, 772-398-2906
TV, Digital- 22" Flat
screen, $130, 2 Night-
stands w/drawers, $40
both, 870-456-2196 SLC


TV, SONY- Flat Screen,
27", good ,condition,
$200, 772-285-4432 SLC
WASHER & ELECTRIC
DRYER- by General
Electric Asking $200.
772-985-0514 (SLC)
WASHERIDRYER
Kenmore works great,
Some rust on outside
$100 for both
321-505-3622 brevard cty
WEDDING Gown Vintage
white, scoop neckline
under lace, long sivs, full
skirt $99 772-778-5306 ir
WHEELS POLISHED
aluminum, five lug off
Jeep CJ -772-595-5405
(SLC)




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MELBOURNE, FOUN-
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Deck overlooks Lake &
large landscaped yard,
$179,000 321-591-8555
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321-508-9004
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321-543-2066;,984-3038
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Realty, Inc. Marilyn Trem-
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2643 SE Grand Drive
PORT SAINT LUCIE
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with fenced backyard,
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PORT ST. LUCIE 4/2/2
2300sqft screen porch,
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corian counters, lands
caped. Darwin area.
$215,000 561-252-1662
ST. LUCIE WEST: Lake
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HOBE SOUND- Hidden
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pool, spa, clubhouse.
Close to beach, Inter-
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$159,900. Cecilia O'Neil
GRI Wm. Day Realty Inc.
772-708-8424
HOBE SOUND- Sugar
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SCOTTSMOOR Beautiful New roof. Carport, 2
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772-664-4000
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FORT PIERCE Must see! 55+ Unfurnished 2/2
2br/2ba '04. Built to new Ready for occupancy.
Hurricane Codes. Incis all Reduced from $104K to
hurr. shutters & all appl's. $73,900 Sebastian River
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FORT PIERCE Spanish screen porch, utility shed.
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NORTH FLORIDA LAND'
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t. ions 352-867-8018
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Sto100K $11,690. Includes service 3600 miles, garage kept. www.cfoa.org
contract, 24hr road assist Exc cond 1-owner DONATE YOL
BUICK CONVERTIBLE For Cars, to 2012 772-564-2911 $8200/obo 772-834-6881 Help Disabled
83' Riviea. Great shape. Trucks, Vans, DONATE YOUR CAR To PONTIAC GRAND PRIX with Camp & I
White, Wine Top. NC SUV's, and RVs American Association for '07, grey, spoiler, auto- Quickest Towin
plus extras. $6900 Cancer Research Sav- matic, 6 cyl, auto start, Runners/Title
772-299-0066/532-5722 ing Lives Through Re- exc. condition $15,900. Ok. Free Vacat
CHRYSLER LEBARON search. Fast/ Free Tow- 772-562-3321 Voucher. Spec
1986, convertible, new ing, Non-Runners OK. TOYOTA CAMRY 1995 Fund. 1-866-448
white top, cold -a/c, Tax Deductible. Call 7 Cold A/C & great on gas. DONATE YOU
original owner, very nice 772-562-6343. days/wk 1-800-728-0801 Auto, AM/FM, all power. Veteran's Lode
car, 68K miles 30mpg 772-321-5455 FORD CROWN Victoria $1600 870-456-2196 Help support
.$2500 Call 772-467-0640 -'01 police interceptor, TOYOTA COROLLA 02 veterans & victim
DODGE CORONET 440 BLOWN HEAD Gasket? new tires & battery Great'car well maintained ural disasters! I
'65 89K original miles State of the art 2-part car- $4100.772-708-0225 & runs perfectly32mpg asy. Receive
4-door, NC. 383 engine bon metallic chemicals ft
Looks good. Nice paint, process Repair yourself FORD ESCORT 1998 4- city- 41mpg hwy! Single at
$4,500 772-770-2330 100% guaranteed cyl Low miles cold ac. owner, 5 speed manual fore the tax ye
$4,500 772770-2330 1 6 6 7 82700 772-460-6752 with sunroof. $4250 1-800-841-6225
PLYMOUTH CRAN- www.RXHPcom 772-801-1100 772-336-4935 WANTED JUN
BROOK '53 2dr flat- R n FORD MUSTANG 2000 Run oW n
head 6, hi-drive trans, 2 CADILLAC CONCOURS convertible Red auto up We pay cas
tone paint, gd cond, 1994 Fully oaded,32 Cod A/C. Great MPG1
$7000 obo 321-213-2502 valve, Excellent Condi- POD ready. Good condo Increase Gas Mileage
Please Tell Them.., lion, 86K original miles. $7200/obo 772-713-6819 & have your engine run
ISaw It inThe JEEP WRANGLER: 06' smoother with a Hydro-
HOMETOWN NEWS CADILLAC DEVILLE White, 5 speed, 4x4, Exc gen Generator. Cleans
CLASSIFIEDS! 2002. 18,000 original condition. 15,000 miles, your engine while you TRACTOR -.
CLSIID? miles. Beautiful must Good gas mileage drive.. Ready for installa- Farm Tractor.
1-800-823-0466 see. 1-800-284-9861 $17,500 772-209-1010 tion. Oily $100!!! with bush h
772-344-8785 Good $3,50(
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HJunkCars, Trucks & Ma-
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e "As-Is" 2/2 chalet,fp. Nestled in Efficiency to 5-br houses
on the the mtns: sparkling lakes, condos. Fully equipped.
crisp clean air, fish; white Views, pools golf, tennis
choice. water rafting & more. Re- & more. 1-800-545-9475
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Friendly. 1-877-215-3335
466 1-800-823-0466 www.marysescape.com


VERO BEACH 2/2
screen porch. Freshly
painted, new carpet,
small pet OK, Close to
mall $700/mo 1st .&
security. 772-473-7198
772-562-6936
VERO BEACH 3BR/2BA
home. 2196 53 Av. New
carpet & floor coverings.
$1195/mo. 2BR apt,
partially furn. $675/mo -
1BR apt, partially furn
$575/mo Efficiencies
from $500/mo RENNICK
REALTORS
772 562-5015
VERO BEACH Kenwood
Village Beautiful 4/2/2' on
lake, Gated comm. with
pool & tennis. W/D &
lawn maint included, Non
smoker. $1950/mo.
772-321-6746
VERO BEACH Sedona
Palms 4/2/2 screened
lanai, appls, ref. W/D.
Avail after 7-15.
$1100/mo' + sec.
772-480-0681
VERO BEACH: 4br/2ba
w/2cg, over 1900sf, Com-
munity Pool. $1200 Pau-
la' Rogers 772-321-5742




FORT PIERCE 4/3.5/1
River Oak Luxurious
upscale townhown 'fully
furnished. All appliances.
Pool & playground.
$1200 772-460-0301




FORT. PIERCE. 2/1.5
newly renovated Town
House. Priv back patio.
Semi gated comm w/
pool. Close to shopping
and busline. Pet OK.
$775/mo. $200 Security
or one month FREE.
561-386-5644

ST. LUCIE/
White City/
Ft. Pierce area
WEATHERBEE
VILLAS
Rent/or
Rent to Own
2 Bedrooms from:
$695/mo or
w/Furniture $750/mo
1221 E.
Weatherbee Rd

Larry 772-359-0360


HARLEY DAVIDSON 07.
1200C Sportster fuel
injected, helmut & saddle
bags. Extras. $12,000
772-663-1704
HARLEY DAVIDSON:
Custom 1200, 1988,
Newly Rebuilt Motor.
Custori paint. $6,500
772-263-2075




29' NEWMAR 1989 5th
Wheel. 1 owner, well
maintained. $3000
772-663-2927
36' "NATIONAL RV
Dolphin LX '03. Exc
cond, many options 36K
mi. Work horse w22
Chassis 2-slides.
$67,500. 772-581-0060


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VERO BEACH: 3br-4br
$1000 to $1200. Call
Paula Rogers
772-231-9121 "


FORT PIERCE- Newly
Renovated 2 bdrm/1 bath
$500/ month $750 moves
you in. 772-626-9915
FORT PIERCE: 2/1 ter-
razzo floors, remodeled.
Close to community park.
Off street parking, 1205
Ave L rear. $500/mo +
$200 sec. 305-304-1453

AFFORDABLE
SEBASTIAN 2/111. Avail-
able immediately! Con-
venient location. Will
work with you onr deposit,
all credit situations con-
sidered. $780/mo.
772-532-9771


MARATHON. LUXURY
vacation homes. Ocean
Front. Amenities: heated
pool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials!
1-888-564-5800
american-paradise.com
Affordable & Effective
Hometown News
1-800-823-0466


SEBASTIAN. ORMOND
COURT. 3/2/1. Section
8 welcome. Small pet ok.
Close to schools. 1st &
Last. 321-288-3938
SEBASTIAN: Flint St.
2/2, tile throughout, w/d
hookup in util rm. Close
to schools, Small pet ok.
'1st +Sec. Section 8 Wel-
come. 772-388-3202
VERO BEACH 2-br/2-ba
unfurnished in the city.
Large rooms, hurricane
shutters, W/D hookup
inside. $800/mo $400
security 772-562-9233



SEBASTIAN: 1 & 2 Bed-
room Trailers. Low De-
posits. Weekly Leases.
Some Utilities Included.
772-589-4675


NORTH CAROLINA-
Cabins, Condos and
Homes available for
Summer Rentals. Call
Foscoe Rentals
1-800-723-7341or bonline
www.foscoerentals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
or Historic District from
$129nite 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacation.com
Classified 800-823-0466


VERO BEACH
Offices & Warehouses
1031 18th St.
Elliot Merrill Commercial
Management
772-569-4672
VERO BEACH- 1200
square foot retail store
front available. High traf-
fic area. Also available
self storage units.
772-263-2494 .



FORT PIERCE. Airport
Industrial Park. 1300 sg ft.
free standing office build-
ing, $1,000/mo. Rea- '
sonable. 772-577-0787
Affordable & Effective "
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MELB BCH. RV LOT,
Outdoor Resorts, Gated
comm., new shed, extra
pavers, all landscaped,
ocean/river access,deed-
ed, $125K, make offer
315-725-7542
WINNEBAGO 1983
Warrior motorhome 22'
long. 350 Cl Chevy 128K
Flowmasters. 13+. MPG.
New tires., $3100
772-465-5521


GMC ENVOY '04
24,400mi,, exc. cond.,
black, one owner, moti-
.vated seller, $12,500/obo
561-722-3320


CHEVY ASTROVAN '01
8 passenger van. Cruise
control, cold a/c, AM/FM
CD. V-6 20 MPG
highway. One owner
$1995. 772-834-6881
DODGE GRAND Cara-
van SE: 95, 7 pass,.A/C,
Power everything, Rear.
Air, ABS, Quad Seating,.
Privacy Glass, $1200
321-728-3906
FORD RANGER XLT
1997 manual cold A/C,
tow pkge, bedliner, Great.
on gas. Good cond.
$2500/obo 772-532-1124
Please Tell Them...
I Saw It In The
HOMETOWN NEWS
CLASSIFIED!
1-800-823-0466


Boats &


15'.5" Riverboat. 25HP 4
stroke engine new trolling
motor on float-on trailer
full boat cover. $4200
772-468-9964
16' ALDEN Ocean
Rowing Shell with carbon
fiber oars. Good
condition $800/obo.
772-785-9341
34' Cruisers- 334 Espirit
Cruise or Live-a-Boartl.
Air/heat, stove, micro,
refrig., full enclosure,
color TV, AM/ FM/CD,
VHF, plus more. Sleeps
6. Runs great, well
maintained. Slip
available. Halifax Harbor
Marina, Daytona Beach
Priced to sell: $29,900
080 407-310-2678 (c),
386-424-3220 (work)
Photo ad #33337 www.
HometownNewsOL.com


1998 NEPTUNE, 23 ft;
200 HP Johnson. 180
Hours on motor. Asking
$12,000. 352-347-2016.
Boats; Buy and Sell
through the Florida Mari-
ner Magazine. Marketed
to over 6 million homes
weekly throughout Flori-
da. Serving Florida for 24
years. 1-800-388-9307
www.floridamariner.com
FISHING BOAT- & trailer
13' 9", 48hp Johnson,new
trawling motor. $2,200.
321-725-6810

Five Star Boat Service.
Monthly washing Every
7-10 days, detailing Cab-
in Clean, Boats, Cars,
Planes, Campers, Mobile
2 you. 772-359-2483


FORD BRONCO 1989
full size 4 x 4. $300
772-226-5915


REDUCED
FORD EXCURSION '00
Limited edition 4 wheel
drive. Auto trans,\ lifted.
w/oversized tires. Black
w/tan leather interior. Ex-
cellent cond. $10,000.
OBO. 386-405-1548 or
386-547-5385.


TRIPLE CROWN Trailer
2007 open car hauler. 7'
x 16' all metal deck,
ramps. $1800 firm
772-337-2954


JET BOAT like new,
only 33 hours, trailer. -
$18,700. 321-208-1800
KEY WEST 17' '01 bi-
mini top, 90 Yamaha,
asking $8,000.
772-794-3725
SAILBOAT, HUNTER
146. In new cond. with all
accessories & trailer.
$3000/ make offer.
call 321-253-3737
REDUCED 20,00010'1
MUST SELL! '06 Sea
Ray Sundancer 280-
Generator, GPS, dual
Marc cruisers, windlass,
full head, sleeps 5, low
hours, like new. Asking
$90K OBO 386-527-2103
CALL CLASSIFIED
and sell that boat
1-800-823-0466


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