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SVol. 5, No. 44


INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

Group readies
for election

Common Ground, a
political group described
by organizers as as "a diverse
group of residents who
have united to preserve,
protect and plan for the
future of Indian River
County" is readying for the
Aug. 26 primary election.
"Our organization was
founded on the premise
that all residents should be
able to enjoy Indian River
County equally," Common
Ground Chairman Tom
Hurley said last week. "We
should 'fight to preserve
our past while establishing
solid policies that will lead
to future opportunities for
everyone."
Common Ground is
focused on protecting nat-
ural resources, preserving
the current standard of liv-
ing and progressing into a
modern economy all
while providing affordable
living and significant
employment opportuni-
ties,, according to a news
release.
,-The organization plans
to', carry out its mission
Through an education
tahinpaign focusing on
growth. the environment
and the economy.
Unlike the powerful
Inidian River Neighbor-
See BRIEF, A7


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Indian River County


Schools back on top

District improves, earns A ranking


By Warren Kagarise
news@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- After students beat state
averages and made gains
on the Florida Comprehen-
sive Assessment Test, the
Indian River County School
District climbed to an A
ranking from the state.
Grades released last week
by the state Department of
Education showed big
improvements for several
Indian River County
schools.
Dodgertown Elementary
and Highlands Elementary,
which were C schools last
year, each received an A.
Fellsmere Elementary,
where many students speak
Spanish as their first lan-
guage, climbed from a B to
an A four years after the
state gave the school a D.
"Congratulations are in
order to everyone, especial-
ly to those schools that


We want your
stories, photos
Hometown News
invites readers to join us
in showcasing your
hometown in our 2008
edition of "Thenand
Now."
This keepsake piece is. a
collection of local history,
as well as a guide to the
area's must-see sights.
We're'looking for photos
from days gone by that
depict old Florida as it
appeared to earlier resi-
dents.
Please send submis-
sions to: News Clerk,


increased a letter grade or
more," Superintendent
Harry La Cava said. He
praised teachers and staff
members for their efforts to
improve FCAT scores.
All told, 15 district
schools received A grades,
including Beachland Ele-
mentary, which maintained
.an A for a 10th consecutive
year.
Oslo and Sebastian River
middle schools climbed
from a B to an A.
"This demonstrates that
we have the ability to
become a model school
district in the state of Flori-
da, which is consistent with
our School Board's strategic
plan," Mr. La Cava said.
Six schools earned a B,
including Liberty Magnet
School and Pelican Island
Elementary, which both
dropped from an A last
year.
See SCHOOLS, A2


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Decades-long effort to
repair headwaters of
the St. Johns nears end
By Warren Kagarise
news@hometownnewsol.com
Somewhere beyond the western hori-
zon, in a marsh carpeted so thickly with
saw grass that only alligators and airboats
can pass through, the longest river in
Florida begins a plodding, winding jour-
ney to the ocean.
A few miles from Fellsmere, where the
headwaters of the St. Johns River pool and
trickle north, decades of development and
pollution once encroached on the cenic
waterway.
More than 300 miles before the St. Johns
spills into the Atlantic Ocean at Maypoi t.
the river is a shallow sheet of water the
same color as chewing tobacco.
'During the first half of the 20th century,
marshlands surrounding the headwaters
were dammed, diked and drained to make
way for cattle and citrus. Farmers and
ranchers prized the land because of its
rich soil.


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Now, after two decades and a quarter of
a billion dollars, a titanic effort to redesign
arid rebuild the waterworks of the Upper
St. Johns River Basin is nearing comple-
tion. Engineers and enmironmentalists say
the project mimics the gentle northward
flow of water, but cannot restore the origi-
nal plumbing.
Maurice Sterling, who oversees the proj-
ect for the St. Johns River Water Manage-
ment District, likens the effort to piecing a
broken mirror back together.
"You glue the pieces back, and you can
get an image when you're done," he said.
"But you can still see the cracks."

Turning back time
Officials broke ground in May 1988 on a
herculean [ask: Repair more than 100,000
acres spread across 2,000. square miles, a
basin roughly the size of Delaware.
When work wraps next year at Three
Forks Marsh Conservation Area in south-
ern Brevard County, an effort to undo
decades of damage will be complete. All
told, the water district and the U.S. Army
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GoLine
Gas prices,
marketing effort
boost ridership
By Warren Kagarise
news@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH Aboard a GoLine
bus, grocery bags in hand, Donna
Vandervort praised the mass transit
service, which she rides to work and,
as she did one day last week, to
Humiston Park and Publix on Mira-
cle Mile.
"It goes to all of the stops we need
to get to," she said, seated across a
narrow aisle from .her husband, Joe,
as they waited to transfer buses to
return to their Vero Beach home.
As gas soars past $4 per gallon,
more riders are joining the Vander-
vorts and turning to free GoLine
service, transit officials said.
GoLine logged 211,000 rides from
January to June an increase of
49,000 rides from the same six-
month period last year.
A new name and flashy graphics
lured riders, and many of the new
riders are commuters considering
other options as they face escalating
gas prices, officials and riders said.
And these factors are drawing rid-
ers to a system that mostly served
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Samantha Godwin, 6, of
Vero Beach, plays catch
during a picnic for volun-
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Park in Jensen Beach.


Mitch Kloorfain
L' chief photographer


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A river's revival


Cliff Partlow/statt photographer
From left, Jonathan Hammer and Ricky, and Eric Reyna, fish for bass near the Blue
Cypress Recreation Area on County Road 512 on July 10.









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A2 Vero Beach


Hometown News


Friday, July 18, 2008


GoLine
From page Al
elderly people and low-
income workers who do not
have the. option to drive,
officials said. GoLine, in
turn, is working to attract
riders who may not have
considered mass transit in
the past.
Karen Deigl, chief execu-


tive officer of the Senior
Resource Association, which-
operates GoLine, said com-
muters and students are
using the service in greater
numbers.
"They have a choice," she
said.
GoLine operates 16 buses
on 11 routes across Indian
River County and Barefoot
Bay in southern Brevard
County.


Expanded bus service
between Fellsmere and
Sebastian, and a new route
linking downtown Vero
Beach and Barefoot Bay,
added 5,000 rides between
January and June. Both
options were unavailable
last year.
Other. factors increased'
ridership, too, including
increased awareness and
high gas prices, Ms. Deigl
said.,
As part of a $130,000
makeover, Indian River
Transit re-launched last
November as GoLine, with,
buses emblazoned with
graphics of tropical plants
and drivers outfitted in flo-
ral print shirts.
Maureen Magnelli, a driv-
er aboard a Route 1 bus,
said she noticed more riders
climbing aboard GoLine
recently.
"Definitely, it's up due to


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the gas," she said. A part-
time GoLine driver, Ms.
Magnelli usually spends, her
days behind the wheel of a
yellow Indian River County
School District bus.
GoLine, like other govern-
ment-supported agencies,
could face cuts during the
. upcoming fiscal year.. Indi-
an River County, which con-
tributed $448,729 toward its
$1.4 million budget, last
year, asked Ms. Deigl to pare
spending.
Federal and state sources
provide matching dollars.
Officials "have been very
supportive of the GoLine,"
Ms. Deigl said. "They
understand the importance
of receiving full funding."
Since 1993, the Senior
Resource Association and
its predecessor, the Council
on Aging, have provided
mass transit in Indian River
County.


high schools both earned a
B for a second consecutive
year,
In high school, students
are required to pass the
FCAT in order to graduate.
Students who fail initially


Bus service in Fellsmere
expanded after the City
Council authorized match-
ing funds of $51,870 in each
of the next three years to
increase. GoLine service to
Sebastian from three days
to five days per week.
"We are constantly look-
ing at where we would like
to provide services in the
future," Ms. Deigl said.
Other routes are being
studied, she continued, but
any expansion will depend
on funding from federal,
state or local sources.
A route linking the
Mueller Campus of Indian
River State College to the
main campus in Fort Pierce
is a possibility. Officials are
seeking a federal grant in
order to add the route.
Another expansion would
allow GoLine to offer bus
service from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Most GoLine buses run


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retake the test.
Only two schools
received a C ranking from
the state: St. Peter's Acade-
my, a charter school, and
Thompson Magnet.


from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. six
days a week.
Every 30 minutes, buses
converge at Pocahontas
Park in downtown Vero
Beach. Waiting riders take
refuge from midday heat in
the shade of a gazebo.
On a Route 1 bus, Mr. Van-
dervort savored a few more.
moments of air condition-
ing before transferring to a
bus bound for 37th Street.
He said he was sharing
buses with more riders late-
ly.
"You've got a great mix -
old, young, black, white,"
Mr. Vandervort said.
Coworkers, impressed
because Mrs. Vandervort
was riding the bus to work,
asked her for transit sched-
ules. Reliable service was a
draw, she said.
"Hey, I would pay for it if I
had to," she said.


A C grade for Thompson
Magnet was a setback. for a
program that district offi-
cials launched last year as
they sought to overhaul
struggling Thompson Ele-
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where Vero Man was found in 1915 along side of the Main Relief and Lateral E Canals last Thursday.


Scientists seek answers at 1915 Vero Man site


By Warren Kagarise
news@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH For
almost a century, scien-
tists questioned. whether
Vero Man roamed along-
side the Ice Age mam-
moths, mastodons and
other large mammals that
once inhabited what is
now Indian River County.
'Using modern tech-
niques, scientists began
searching for- clues last
week on a stretch of grass
wedged between the
County Administration
Complex and the .Main
Relief Canal. ,
? Near the same site in
1915, scientists excavated.
a incomplete' skeleton'


named Vero Man con-
sisting of fossilized bone
fragments and a skull -
and fossilized skeletal
remains of a woman.
Nearby, researchers also
uncovered fossils of ani-
mals from the Pleistocene
epoch, which lasted from
1.8 million years ago to
about 12,000 years ago.
Because the city of Vero
Beach plans to build a
stormwater treatment
facility near the Vero Man
excavation site, assistant
city engineer Bill Messer-
smith contacted a team of
scientists to survey the
area for other fossils. As
part of the $810,000 proj-
ect, the city is paying for
the archeological research.


"Little did I know when
we agreed to do that;
where the Lateral E Canal
and main canal come
together, is the site of the
Vero Man finding," Mr.
Messersmith said last
week. "But it is the best
site for my' stormwater
treatment facility."
At the Vero Man site 93
years ago, Indian River
Farms Co. was dredging
Van Valkenberg Creek into
the Main Relief Canal.
Excavations exposed fos-
sils.
For 93 years, scientists
have wondered whether
Vero Man lived alongside
animals from the Pleis-,
tocene epoch, or whether
tife humans lived later and'


if animal and human..
bones were mixed during
canal excavations.
"A backhoe or a dragline .
is probably not the best .
way to excavate much of
anything except a great big i ire-Treasure. COOSt
hole," Florida State Uni-
versity, anthropology, pro-
fessor Glen Doran said.
Among 22,764 archeo-.
logical sites across Florida. '
only the Vero Man site
contains fossils from large i e
Pleistocene mammals and '
humans, Professor Doran
said.
Vero Man was probablyA 'j.
discovered in soil about 15 _I
feet deep, scientists said.
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known as a Geoprobe,
researchers extracted core
samples last week. With-
out a Geoprobe, scientists
would have to strip off sev-
eral feet of soil to reach
Pleistocene levels.
Scientists are hoping to
learn if fossils are wide-
spread beneath the sur-
face.
"There is absolutely no
question about whether
there will be more material
like this," Professor Doran
said.
Finding human fossils,
however, is a remote possi-
bility.
"Even if we put 100 Geo-
probe samples out there,
the odds of coming down
on a human skeleton are
pretty small," Professor
Doran said.
Any fossils discoveries
would be subjected to
radiocarbon dating -
another technique
unavailable in 1915.
Remains of Vero Man are
scattered among FSU, UF
and the Smithsonian Insti-
tution, scientists said.
Attaching a date to the
remains has eluded scien-'
tists for decades.
"What we want here is
an absolute number," said


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Colorado geochemist
Thomas Stafford Jr. -
I Mammoths, mastodons
and other megafauna
roamed Indian River
County before -going
extinct about 13,000 years
ago.)
I Until the discovery of
Vero\Man,.most scientists
believed humans first
lived in Florida much later,
around 4,000 years ago.
Barbara Purdy, a retired
University of Florida
anthropology professor
who wrote "Florida's Peo-
ple During the Last Ice
Age," said there is a possi-
bility that man and
mastodon once co-existed
in Florida.&
As she surveyed the core
borings site last week, Pro-
fessor Purdy said she
hoped modern techniques
could answer questions
about when Vero Man
lived
Professor Purdy has
pushed for years to re-
examine other'old archeo-
logical sites with modern
technology. In many cases,
development erased those
sites.
"In some cases, [fossils
are] found by the guy o0r
the backhoe and that's it,
We never hear ofi it," Pro2
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The Cultural Council of
Indian River County has
invited artists of all ages to
submit works in either two
or three dimensions to be
considered for the cover of
the next Cultural Event
Planner.
This competition offers
an opportunity for artists to
expose work to a large, cul-
turally minded audience.
The winning artwork will
appear on the cover of the
Planner and in all related
publicity.
The artist will be featured
in the publication, in a
month-long art exhibition;
and on the council's Web
site. Additional artists'
entries will also be featured
in the art exhibit and on the


Web site.
The Cover Design Com-
petition is open to any
artist, whether a student,
hobbyist or seasoned pro-
fessional. The artwork
must depict the culture of
Indian River County, as
defined by the artist. This
may include art, music
dance, theatre, history o0
everyday life.
There is an administra-
tive fee of $25 per entry
($15 for students and Cul-
tural Council members).
The deadline to enter is July
31.
The complete Call, to
Artists can be found at
www.cultural-council.org,
.by calling (772) 770-4857,
or by visiting the office at
2036 14th Ave., No. 103, in
historic downtown Vero
Beach (under the Theatre
Plaza sign).


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Studying visual art


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Christopher Karmeris, a student with the Service Learning and Civic Engagement pro-
gram, looks at one of the pieces by Jeff Whipple called 'Youth' in the Florida Visual Art
Fellowship Exhibition at the Vero Beach Museum of Art. Sixty-five pieces in a wide vari-
ety of mediums are on display through Sept. 21.

Service Learning
and Civic Engage-
ment student
.Ariana Kemmoune,
right, discusses
Preemptive Peace
by Billie Grace Lynn
with Isabella Longo
at the Vero Beach
Museum of Art
June 20. The piece
is part of the
Florida Visual Art
Exhibition that runs
through Sept. 21.
Students in the
class learn how-
nonprofit organiza-
tions depend on
volunteers to
survive. The
students are dual
enrolled at VBHS
and IRCC. Each
student that
volunteers 35
hours in the class
earns two college- -"
credits from IRCC.

Cliff Partlow
staff photographer


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
*Aaron James Wingate, 25,
2130 87th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with sale of
oxycodone, possession of
oxycodone without a pre-
scription and driving while
license revoked.

Indian River County
Sheriffs Office
James Edward Culp Jr.,
47, 4155 Grant Road, Grant,
was charged with violation
of probation. He was on
probation for grand theft
from a construction site.
*Henry Lamel Deonte, 19,
4035 41st Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with burglary
of a dwelling and third-
degree grand theft.
*Arland Wynn Bishop, 58,
248 27th Ave. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with resisting an officer
without violence, attempted
burglary and loitering and
prowling.
*Kristen Rene Melton, 24,
939 Nell Ave. N.E., Palm Bay,
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender.
*Norton Putnam Field, 27,
8856 106thAve., Vero Beach,
was charged with felony
battery.
*Dennis Dean Dodson,
31, no address given, was
charged with felony petit
theft.
*Jeffrey Antonio Flucker,
21, 6329 Laurel Court,
Orlando, was charged with
aggravated battery on a
detainee.
*Telara \onkeish Green,
26, 1745 41st Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
isolation of probation. He
was on probation for organ-
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a vehicle.
*Richard Albert Kalin, 48,
2925 58th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
grand theft, driving while
license suspended, leaving
the scene of a crash with
property damage and fail-,
ure to appear in court on a
charge of refusal to submit
to testing.
*Willie Otis Tomlin, 42,
351 Seventh Lane S.W, Vero
Beach, was charged with
inciting a riot, disorderly
conduct and resisting an
officer without violence.
*Donald Ray Tory, 52, 700
22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
battery with a deadly
weapon and aggravated
child abuse.
*Larry D Bell, 48, 4565
33rd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged of two counts of
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer and resisting
.an officer with violence.
*Carin Lynn Berry, 39,
3990 47th Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with failure to
appear in court on charges
of aggravated battery and
driving while license sus-
pended.
*Caidvn Brown, 21. 425
36th Ave, Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
dealing in stolen property,
unauthorized use of a credit
card, giving false informa-


tion to a pawnbroker, two
counts of first-degree petit
theft and two counts of sec-
ond-degree petit theft.
*Marquette Leonard Hill,
20, 4305 41st Ave., Vero'
Beach, was charged with
robbery.
*Marilon Stephen Hill, 25,
430 Eighth Manor, Apt. 205,
Vero Beach, was charged
with battery on a law
enforcement officer and
resisting an officer with vio-
lence.
*John A. Norman, 38, 626
First St., Lot 4, Vero Beach,
was charged with assault on
a law enforcement officer,
driving under the influence
and three counts of battery
on a law enforcement offi-
cer.
*Angelo Sammy Miller, 22,
4301 Nine Mile Road, Rich-
mond, Va., was charged with
interference with child cus-
tody.
*Richard R. Turnbull, 39,
.6226 Fourth. Lane, Vero
Beach, was charged with
being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Silverio Vazquez, 22, 66
Sonrise Square, Fellsmere,
was charged with failure to
appear in court pon charges of.
driving without a license and
fleeing.
*Shona L. Clark, 31, 8275
102nd Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with making a
false statement for .public
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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

(772) 465-5504
or e-mail news@hometownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements offact will be checked for
accuracy.


Can we reverse Amendment 1?

I would like to know how we, the people of Florida,
could reverse Amendment 1?
It is hurting us instead of helping us.
Gov. Crist sure put this one over on us:
How much did we really save by this amendment?
Now look at the services being taken away because
cities and counties are not receiving money from the
state. Jobs are being cut, but it made the governor look
good.
If anyone would like to start up a petition to amend
Amendment 1, let's get going.
We need to stand up and say "I will not take this
anymore.," Please let's get together and work at changing
this so-called improvement;
If anyone wants help, put a Rant & Rave in the paper,
and we can all hook up and do something about this.

Can't collect child support

In response to "Sick of Deadbeat Dad," I have also
gone through the exact same thifig with the state of
Florida. I have been trying to collect child support for
the past six years for my son. I feel like I'm being pun-
ished for deciding not to have an abortion. I've done
everything I possibly can to take care of myself and my
son, living paycheck to paycheck, not knowing how I'm
going to continue paying for day care; food and keep a
home for us.
Just like the "cat and mouse" game they play when
calling the child support office, I found that they play
the same game in congress. I have called so many
different congressmen and state representatives to see if
SI can get any kind of help. Every time I call my local
.congressman's office they tell me it's not their issue, and,
,"Tey would give me another number to call, and so on f
iarid so on. I 've even tried calling different legal aids, and
no one has ever returned my phone calls. I even went so
far as to call the judge that reinstated his driver's
license, and of course she told me to contact Child
Support Enforcement because there was nothing she
could do about it.
I'm extremely hurt, depressed and angry that the state
doesn't care at all. After all the running around I've done
to get his home address, work information, and identi-
fied him by his picture on his driver's license, he can
continue telling them that they have the wrong person,
and the state is just fine with that.
I chose not to abort my child, and I have taken respon-
sibility to take care of and love my child unconditionally
while his biological father chose to be a coward.
The state of Florida needs a better system that actually
,works for mothers and fathers who are trying to collect
'the support they deserve from these deadbeat parents.

You picked him

This.is in response to "Sick of Deadbeat Dad:" You
picked him. You had to know what kind of person he
was when you played house with him; now live with the
consequence like the rest of us.


Research before hiring

Anyone who is having trouble with their septic tanks
need to do their research. Call lots of companies and ,
check if they charge for an estimate. Not all companies
charge for them. Don't get ripped off. If you do, call the
Better Business Bureau.

Road Rangers a good idea

I've heard about the Road Rangers that drive up and
down the highways looking for cars in trouble. Why
can't we have them in all the counties? It's a service from
Florida Highway Patrol, shouldn't it be everywhere?





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Don't fall for common phishing scams


As I went throw
e-mail this r
ing, (deletin
spam one e-mail a
time) I couldn't he
notice the number
"phishing" e-mails
getting.
The practice of p
ing is when some
there in cyberspace
constructs an e-ma
look like it's coming
a legitimate source
(usually a bank We
when it's not.
Most of the time
e-mails will tell'yo
(for one reason or
er) you need to coi
your user name an
password in order
your account open
don't, they say you
the risk of having y
account closed. Th
usually will include
to follow and the p
link brings you to ]
exactly like what y
would expect were
go to the actual (ba
Web site.
Enter your user
and password, and
can find your acco
drained in minutes
what is one to do t
from getting scam
like this? Well, to a
this question I'm l


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norn-
g all the
t a
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of
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e, received over the last
ail to months (yes, for som
ig from strange reason I've bE
e collecting them).
*b site) One reoccurring th
I see is a sense of urg
, these Most of the e-mails w
u that have the original-ban
anoth- other organization's ]
firm making it look like it
id from a legitimate sou
to keep but it will contain an
i. If you urgent message.
run Following are two
your examples.
ley Example 1: "In ordE
e a link be prepared for the s
?age the card upgrade on Visa
looks MasterCard debit an,
ou credit cards and to av
you to problems with our Al
ank's) services, we have rec
introduced additional
name security measures an
I you upgraded our softwa
unt The security upgrade
s. So, be effective immedia
o keep and requires our cus
med tomers to update the
answer ATM card information


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Please update your


-- information by following
ITE the link given below."
This is to generate a
sense of urgency. In this
ARTHY ase, if youdon't follow
the link, you run the risk
of having your card stop
working due to "upgraded
ng software and security
measures."
t few Example 2: "This is your
e final warning about the
een safety of your account. If
you do not update your
eme billing information your
ency. access on will be restrict-
vill ed and the user deleted....;
ik (or The reason to do this ,' -
logo) might include;a recent i
is change in your personal
irce, information (i.e. change
of address), submitting
invalid information
during the initial sign up
process, an inability to
er to accurately verify your
mart selected option of pay-
and ment due an internal
d error within their proces-
void sors. Please update your
TM profile in order to restore
ently your online access."
al Then they include a link
id for you to follow to
re. submit the required
* will information.
tely If you ever get an e-mail
- saying an account you
ir have with some institu-
n. tion ijs in danger of
getting cut off unless you


update your information
online, a bell should go
off in yodr head.
No legitimate institu-
tion is going to contact
you over e-mail to update
your account.
If your account were in
jeopardy, you would
receive a phone call or
postal message, not an e-
mail.
Another thing you can
do is actually click the
link they want you to.
Don't fill out any informa-
tionof course, but click
the link and see what the7
actual address isrwhen .;a
the page'opens. You will :
likely see that the address
is either a raw IP address
or will have your bank
name embedded in some
other domain name (such
as http://your_bank.other-
domain.com) a sure sign
of a fake.
If you have doubts and
think the e-mail may
actually be legit, pick up
the phone and call
whoever supposedly sent
you the e-mail.

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


Help available for survivors of sexual assault


As someone who
survived a sexual
assault at knife-
point, I know how impor-
tant it is that the people
who are supposed to help,
such as the police, treat
you with respect and
sensitiVity. I was very
fortunate that the New
York City Police Depart-
ment officers were well
trained and professional.
It helped make a horrific
ordeal a little easier to ,
bear.
I recently learned about
the Sexual Assault Assis-
tance Program and its
dynamic director, Harriet
Hill, from Lane Frye, the
victims' services volunteer
coordinator, who helps
train crisis counselors to
assist victims of sexual
assault in Martin, St.
Lucie, Indian River and
Okeechobee counties.
A victim of sexual
assault can call the Rape
Crisis Line at (866) 828-
7273 to reach an advocate
24 hours a day, seven days
a week, Ms. Frye said
"Someone will accom-
pany them to the hospital
or meet them at the
hospital. We're there for
them. They are our sole
concern. We let them


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& WELL
SHELLEY KOPPEL



know about their rights,
hold their hand, help
them get counseling," she
said.
"Our role is to be there
for the victim. We can
help explain the process
to the family, that the
medical people will check
things out, that there's an
evidence collection kit.
We want them to know
that we will be there. We
can also help the victim
apply for victim's com-
pensation through the
Office of the Attorney
General of Florida.
"The Rape Crisis Line is
completely confidential
and callers are not
required to give their
names," she said.
"We will explain the
choices, whether to report
or not report the crime.
We'll direct them to law
enforcement and we will
meet them wherever they
are. They can also just call
to talk."
There are advantages to
reporting a sexual assault,


including catching the
attacker, getting referrals
for counseling and having
it paid for, having an
advocate through the
judicial process and
someone even after
sentencing.
"We don't ever close a
case," she says. "We help.
with whatever you need."
The definition of sexual
assault is a broad one and
anyone at any age can call
for help.
"Anyone who has had
unwanted touching that
makes the person feel
uncomfortable can call
us," Ms. Frye said. "We
have worked with victims
from 3- months to 90
years old. If it's a family
member, we can encour-
age them to report it. We
cannot remove them from
an unsafe situation, but
we can meet them at
home with law enforce-
ment or we can contact
law enforcement and
meet them at a place
where they feel comfort-
able."
Counselors for the Rape
Crisis Line are volunteers,
but are trained and
counsel both males and
females adults and
children.


"The Florida Council
against Sexual Violence
mandates 30 hours of
training," Ms. Frye said.
"We provide 15 hours of
written work at home, 15
hours in class and about
10 hours of in-service
training. The classes are
held once a year now, but
we hope to do it more
often."
To speak to a rape crisis
counselor, call (866) 828-
7273.
Training for volunteer
counselors 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
a.m.-1 p.m.
All sessions are required
and will be held in Fort
Pierce. There may not be
time to enroll for these
sessions as background
checks are required, but
you can get your name on
a list for future sessions.
Call Lane Frye at (772)
462-1390.

Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine
and a member of the
National Association of
Science Writers. E-mail
questions to
skoppel@bellsouth.net.


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Network with other researchers


One of the best ways to
add to your genealo-
gy research is net-
working with other
researcherswho are working
on the same family lines.
This also seems to be one of
the least utilized resources.
For some reason, many
genealogists are reluctant,
or simply too lazy, to contact
others and ask for inforina-
tion. There are so many
ways of doing this and it is
so rewarding. You will make
contact with long lost rela-
tives, find new ones, make
friends all over the world,
and with e-mail, you have
the ability of controlling the
contact.
They won't be showing up
on your doorstep unless you
invite them. You don't have
to join their family, just talk
to them.
Over the years, I have met
cousins I never knew about,


or just strangers researching
the same family. Some of
these people I have met in
person, some I have talked
with on the phone and some
I just e-mail from time to
time.
We have exchanged sto-
ries, photos, copies of Bible
records, and just personal
chitchat about who we are
and what our families are up
to. This can lead to amazing
discoveries about almost
anything.
It can be as personal or as
impersonal as you want it to
be. The idea is to trade fam-
ily data and help each other
put the puzzle pieces


together. I sometimes go
several years without hear-
ing from someone, then
make contact and find that
they have made a discovery
that makes a huge differ-
ence in my research.
Sometimes I find some-
thing and pass it to them
because I know it fits in their
line, but not mine.
There are so many ways of
finding these new friends. I
can only mention a few in
this column, but you can
use your own imagination.
The most obvious is talk-
ing to the relatives you
already know; find the old-
est living relatives in the
line, go to family reunions,
ask about others in the fami-
ly that are doing research. ,
You can contact the local
library, history or genealogy
society, and ask about any-
one that knows your family
line. I recently did this and


found a distant cousin who
happily gave a DNA sample,
which has proved that we
may have been researching
the wrong name all these
years. We are now working
together on the problem.
In a small town, or with
unusual names, I have even
used the phone book. You
would be amazed at the
results I get. Look up the
name and call someone at
random. The worse that can
happen is that they will
hang up, but that has never
happened. '
Explain that you are
doing family research on
their surname and ask if
they have anyone in the
family that would have the
family history. One lady
immediately gave me the
name and number of some-
one writing a book on our
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Brief
From pageAl
hood Association, which endorsed
County Commission candidates,
Common Ground is set up under
election laws only to run ads regard-
ing issues. I
Common Ground raised $32,000
through March 31, according to fil-
ings with the Supervisor of Elections
Office.

VERO BEACH

Bank deal complete
After months of transition, a deal to
acquire Vero Beach-based Indian
River National Bank is complete.
The switch from IRNB to RBC Bank
means few changes, aside from the
name, executives said recently.
RBC Bank, a subsidiary of Royal
Bank of Canada, bought IRNB and its
parent company, Alabama National
Bancorp, last year for $1.6 billion.
On .April 11, IRNB became, RBC
Bank'when: local branches debuted
new signs'and customers were issued
new checks and debit cards.
As part of the acquisition, IRNB cut
40 jobs, which executives said were


duplicates of existing RBC Bank posi-
tions.
Founded in 1985, IRNB operated
nine branches across Brevard, Indian
River and St. Lucie counties. A year
ago, IRNB opened a landmark head-
quarters building along U.S. 1 across
from Vero Beach City Hall.

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

Report: 40 die from
methadone overdoses
Methadone overdoses caused 40
deaths on the Treasure Coast last
year, more than three times the num-
ber in Miami-Dade County, according
to an annual report from Florida
medical examiners.
. Miami-Dade County recorded 13
fatal methadone overdoses during
2007, according to a report released
last week by the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement.
Oxycodone, another powerful
painkiller, caused 29 deaths on the
Treasure Coast last year, according to
data collected by the District 19 Med-
ical Examiner's Office. .
District 19 includes Indian River,
Martin, Okeechobee and St., Lucie
counties.


Cocaine and heroin caused 23
deaths on the Treasure Coast, which
is consistent with other years. By con-
trast, the illegal drugs caused 65
deaths last year in Miami-Dade
County.

MICCO

Marina to open soon

Vero Beach citrus growers are set to
open a towering marina along the
Indian River Lagoon in southern Bre-
vard County by the end of July.
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returning.
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also known as Garcia Ranch,
is now a popular airboatt
launch and park. Look close-
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water's edge.
Ken Snyder, throttling an
airboat from the Garcia
Ranch launch on a cloudless
April morning, pointed out
snail kites and wood storks
- two endangered birds
thriving on flooded land
where farmers once grew
tomatoes. Mr. Snyder, a field
program supervisor with 16
years at the water district,
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In the end, kites and storks
stayed. And water managers
found somewhere else to
store water.

'A little piece
of heaven'

When Joe Middleton
moved to a house at the edge
of Blue Cypress Lake in 1962,
"four buildings and a bad
road coming in" made up a
village along the western
shore.
Nowadays, a bumpy dirt
road snakes north from State
Ioad 60 to Middleton's Fish
Camp, an outpost of civiliza-
tion along remote, unspoiled
Blue Cypress Lake which
happens to be the first major
body of water along the St.
Johns.
Tannins, like the com-
pounds that give a deep hue
to red wine and tea, darken
the lake. A ring of gnarled
cypress trees ringing the
shallow edge of the water
gives Blue Cypress Lake its
name.
"A little piece of heaven" is
how. Mr. Middleton, 73,,
describes it. Except for lily
pads, which were wiped out
by hurricanes, Blue Cypress
Lake "looks almost the same
as when I got here," Mr. Mid-
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raised five children at Blue
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winter. Alligators slice ,'
through the dark waters, too.
"Gators aren't near as bad 4
as people say they are," Mr. o'
Middleton said. "Iftheywere, ,i
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been eaten up." ) io
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season, is even quieter these 't
days. Business is flown on is
account of $4-per-gallon gas, cJ
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people have "big engines, big A,
boats and big trucks to pull ,
'em."
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partially because of a deci- iK
siori to release lake water 1?
into the St. Johns'by the vast
agency responsible for thou- :
sands of acres surrounding '
Blue Cypress Lake. : "
Like many people who
make their life along the '
river, the Middletons have a
complicated relationship
with the St. Johns River Water
Management District.
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County Commissioner
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River Countyand the water
district are usually in sync.
Efforts to restore the head-
waters of the St. Johns have
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tourists to,places like the
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An attempt by the water
district toitrade public land
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year after county environ-
mentalist and officials
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And a plan to pump 262
million gallons daily from
the St. Jihns and Ocklawaha
rivers p quench growing
Central Florida concerns
Commrsioner O'Bryan and
other officials.
As faWt-growing communi-
ties "get their straws in the
glass, thut means less water
will be lift in the glass when
we neet it," Commissioner
O'Bryansaid.
Regional water managers
say thyrivers can be tapped


without harming the ecosys-
tem, but critics worry such a
move would destroy a deli-
cate balance of freshwater
and saltwater in the lower
reaches of the river.
In an agreement
announced last week, the
water district said the presti-
gious National Research
Council of the National
Academies would review its
study of how pumping will
affect river habitat..
"Our intent is to have the
highest quality peer review
of the district's investigation
of potential cumulative
impacts of water with-
drawals from the St. Johns
and Ocklawaha rivers," dis-
trict executive director Kirby
Green said in a news release.
Neil Armingeon, a Jack-
sonville Beach environmen-
talist who carries the title of
St. Johns Riverkeeper, is gird-
ing for"a hell of a fight."
"In some ways, this whole
battle is about the future of
the river," he said.

Airboats
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Shortly after he was
appointed as Riverkeeper in
2003, Mr. Armingeon toured
the Upper St. Johns River
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walking through marshes,
Mr. Armingeon and his
guide, a water district offi-
cial, reached the headwa-
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"'For all practical purpos-
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A trickle of water gutgled
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"I could see the water
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inglast week at 6 a.m.
"I've been coming out
here since I was 5 years old,"
he said, casting his line not
far from where the longest
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was charged with traffick-
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possession of alprazolam
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*Patrick J. Studer, 47,
125 46th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer.
*Monica L. Thompson,
39, 136 15th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
unemployment compen-
sation fraud.
*Robert James Trusty
Jr., 27, 1565 18th Ave.
Southwest, Vero Beach,
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender.
*Keith Eugene Parker,
50, 5926 57th St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
being a habitual traffic
offender.
*David Christopher
Rivera, 28, 500 110th
Ave., St. Petersburg, was
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nology in the EdenPURE' is
that used by the federal gov-
ernment to purify air in the
Space Shuttle and the Interna-
tional Space Station.
Old style HEPA type air
purifiers only remove dust
and some allergens. They do
not remove the most harmful
pollutants such as bacteria,
viruses, mold and yeast.
And if you have one of
those air purifiers that-has no
fan, beware. More will be ex-
plained on this as you read
on.
The EdenPURE' has a
super advanced system of air
movement that is so quiet
that you would have to put
your ear up next to it to know
that it's even running. And
the EdenPURE" is virtually
maintenance free.
For more on the new Eden-
PURE', here is my remarkable
interview with Julius Toth, Di-
rector of Product Development
for BioTech Research.
Q. BioTech Research has
been in the air purification
business for a long time and
your previous air purifier
model was the all-time best
seller and was super effec-
tive. Why is the new Eden-
PURE" air purifier so much
better?
A. Yes, our previous
model was an all-time best
seller and in our opinion was
the best air purifier on the
market, which was also the
opinion of our customers.
But the new EdenPURE"
is much more advanced. Our
previous model used 2 very


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EdenPURE" eliminates most pollution in 15 minutes. Bacteria, mold and yeast are among the
most difficult pollutants to eliminate. Old style air purifiers rarely remove them to an acceptable
level. The EdenPURE" eliminated virtually all the bacteria, mold and yeast in only 24 hours. This
independent laboratory test was conducted by Dr. Dee M. Graham, one of the leading air pollu-
tion experts.in the world. _____


Testimonies of a-few of the many EdenPURE'" satisfied customers


The EdenPURE" is the most remarkable product
that I have tried in years. Ali of the claims hold
true. Not only did it eliminate the dust in my
house, I have not had a sinus headache or
scratchy throat since I began using it. The
whole house smells fresh and clean. You would
never be able to tell that I have two dogs and a
cat. It is also nice not to have to bother chang-
.ing filters. You just plug it in, turn it on and for-
get about it. It is truly refreshing to use a prod-
uct that does everything that it is supposed to
do and more. Michelle Goldsmith


The EdenPURE" Area Model

effective mechanisms to elim-
inate pollution, which were
combinations of activated
oxygen and ultraviolet light.
The Ede.nPURE"' utilizes
4 advanced electronic air pu-
rification mechanisms. I call
it the EdenPURE"'process.
The advanced technology
in the EdenPURE" is that
used in spacecrafts such as
the Space Shuttle and the In-
ternational Space Station.
Q. Why is it that you just
can't have a good filter sys-
tem to eliminate air pollu-
tion?
A. There are many rea-
sons. First of all, a lot of the
most powerful pollutants such
as viruses and bacteria and a
number of allergens are so
small, filters cannot trap them
effectively. HEPA filter type
air purifiers mainly remove
dust and some allergens.
Secondly., filter air puri-
fiers require the air to be
brought through the machine.
Therefore, it"does not get to
the air in the far corners of
the room. And worse it does
not eliminate the main source
of the pollution which is con-
tamination on surfaces, and
embedded pollution in fabric
and walls.
Q. What about those air
purifiers that have no fan?
A. It has been well docu-
mented that an air purifier
without a fan cannot possibly
remove pollution to any sub-
stantial level. Those types
mainly remove pollution that


The EdenPURE" that I used in my
apartment for approximately a week
was different than any air purifier
that I have tried. Everyone was able
to take deeper breathes than normal
in the apartment. My cats now stay in
-the room more when someone is,
smoking. They would not before. My,
boyfriend's allergies were unnotice-
able when he was inside. I personally
like the fresh smell the EdenPURE"
let off. Jenny Klco


is very close to the unit.
That's fine if you're purifying
the air in a broom closet, but
not for a wide area. Also,
those units have you wiping
off a plate to clean off the
trapped pollution. But unless
those units have ultraviolet
light,.that plate contains live
bacteria and viruses that can
be harmful.
Q. How does the Eden-
PURE"' eliminate pollution
without requiring the air to
go through the unit, and
how does it eliminate pollu-
tion on surfaces and fab-
rics?
A. 'The EdenPURE" has 4
electronic mechanisms to at-
tack pollution that mimic the
way it is done by nature's
thunderstorm. Thunderstorms
produce highly activated oxy-
gen which destroys pollution
and puts negative ions in the
air that also destroy pollution.
The air is now ionized fresh
and free of the most irritating
pollutants, which promotes a
healthier environment.
Three of the 4 electronic
mechanisms in the Eden-
PURE'" go out and seek out
pollution throughout the
room, on surfaces, and in fab-
rics like guided missiles. The
pollution cannot hide.
Q. What is the range of
pollutants that the Eden-
PURE" takes out of the air?
A. It removes nearly all
airborne and surface organic
and inorganic pollutants.
Organic pollutants re-
moved by the EdenPURE"'in-
clude: fungus, mold, bacteria,
tobacco odor, pet odors and
most other household odors.
It can also kill viruses.
The EdenPURE"' removes
inorganic pollutants including
dust and many other chemical
compounds present in the
home too numerous to men-
tion here.
The Wall Street Journal
recently reported that there is
5 times more air pollution in a


house than there is in the open
air outside the house. Every-
day you breathe all these pol-
lutants into your lunfgs and
many go into your body.
Q. Does the EdenPURE"
require filter replacement
like the old-style HEPA air
purifiers?
A. No. There is a small 4
inch by 8 inch pre-filter that you
simply clean periodically by
running water over it. This pre-
filter is made of highly durable
mesh that will last a lifetime.
Q. So then the Eden-
PURE" sanitizes everything
in the house?
A. It works to sanitize the
air, walls, floors, ceiling, furni-
ture, carpeting, countertop sur-
faces, sinks, bathtubs, toilets,
and even sanitizes your clothes.
Q. How well does the
EdenPURE" work on elimi-
nating odors?
A. The EdenPURE"' will
work to eliminate all odors. It
eliminates odors from cigarette
smoke, urine, mildew, cooking
-odors, and any other odors in
your home. The EdenPURE"'
odor elimination is so powerful
that it will eliminate the odor of
a skunk in minutes.
After eliminating the odor
from the air, the EdenPURE'"
then goes to the source of the
odor. It neutralizes embedded
urine in carpet, and cigarette
smoke that is embedded in
carpet, furniture, wallpaper,
and clothing. It also destroys
mold and yeast.
Q. What are the health
benefits to the EdenPURE"'?
A. There are many. The
EdenPURE"' will help relieve
allergies, asthma and other
respiratory problems. It also
introduces extra oxygen into
the air and puts healthy nega-
tive ions into the air. There-
fore you will tend to sleep
better at night. As a result
you will be much more alert
and experience less fatigue
when you are awake.
The EdenPURE"' works to


I have terrible sinus problems. I'm also allergic to dog and
cat dander, grass, dust, and ragweed. Before using the Eden-
PURE" I had to take antihistamines and use alletgy/sinus
nasal spray. I was embarrassed because my eyes were red
and I always sounded like I had a cold. I then got the amaz-
ing EdenPURE". I plugged in the EdenPURE" and went about
Smy daily duties when I suddenly, poticed I wasn't coughing
or wheezing or clearing my throat. This was incredible. The
EdenPURE" really. works! I am so happy. My eyes are clear
and I can breath. I've tried many other air purifiers, they're
all in my storage room with other failed products. The Eden-
PURE" truly does what it claims, to do. Diane C. Vance


eliminate toxins so that they
do not get into your body.
Therefore you will look bet-
ter, feel better, and live health-
ier. You will now have energy
and be more mentally alert.
The EdenPURE" can change
the mood of everyone in your
home for the better.
The EdenPURE" Area
Model purifies air in an area
up to 1,000 sq. ft.
The EdenPURE" Whole
House Model purifies air in
an area up to 3,000 sq. ft.


End of interview.
For readers 'who want to
obtain the EdenPURE' at this
10 day sale price please see
the Special Readers Discount
Coupon on this page. Those
readers ordering after 10 days
from the date of this publica-
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For those readers ordering
after 10 days from the date of
this publication, we reserve
the right to either accept or re-
ject order requests at the dis-
counted price.


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of $314 delivered. People reading this publication get a $75 dis-
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To order by phone, call TOLL FREE 1-800-299-7557 Ext.
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This product carries a 60-day satisfaction guarantee. If you are
not totally satisfied, your purchase price will be refunded. No
questions asked. There is also a one year warranty.

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Trinity Episcopal Church in Vero
Beach announced the appointment of
an Interim Rector, The Very Rev. G.
Richard Lobs III. Dean Lobs and his
wife, The Rev Deacon Donna Lobs,
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has placed any messages for
that name. I can either add
to the thread of messages,'so
that everyone on the board
can read it, or I can answer
someone directly.
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can read all the messages, or
do a search for my state,
county, or a specific first
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new friend today.
Almost anywhere you
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phone numbers of someone
else working on that same
surname. You may be able
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may not, but you will never
know until you make con-
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get a break that can help thE
other. I have had it happen
more than once.
Researching alone is like
working in a vacuum, not
receiving any outside help
and not sharing your work
with others, will give you
very little progress and even
less satisfaction.
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small seed everywhere you
go, you will continue to reap"
the crop far into the future.
If you need any help just
send me a message; you wilk
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seed, and maybe reap some
reward.
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Genealogical Society meets
every third Tuesday at the,
Fort Pierce Main Library, on
Melody Lane, from 1:30-3:30
p.m. Volunteers are at the
library every Tuesdayfrom 9
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research.
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JULY THROUGH AUGUST
-Riverside Theatre
summer programs are in
full swing and include fun
and frolicrat The Comedy
Zone, the newest "club
scene" featuring live music
and more at Club 3250,
summer stage productions
at Riverside Children's.
'Theatre and a special "two
for one" subscription
promotion for the theatre's
upcoming mainstage
season of shows.
Riverside Theatre, situated
in the beautiful Riverside
:Park complex, is located at
-3250 Riverside Park Drive.
in Vero Beach.
For more information
-about this premier profes-
sional theatre and its
programs, call (772) 231-
'6990 or (800) 445-6745.

FRIDAY, JULY 18
*"Didgeridoo Down
Under," an Australian-
themed show will be
presented from 10:30 to
- 11:30 a.m. at the6North
S- ndian River County Library.
The program will combine
music, art, storytelling,
Dancing puppetry, comedy,
Environmental education
and audience participation.
with empowering messages.
about reading and respect
for all cultures and crea-.
tures.
Show presenters will use
books, boomerangs, bull-
roarers, maps, animal
puppets, artwork and
musical instruments to
enhance their show.
Children and their caretak-
ers are invited to pick up
their free tickets to the
performance in the Chil-
dren's Room of the library.
The library is located at
1001 Sebastian Blvd., three
miles west of U.S. I in
Sebastian.
For more information, call
-(772) 589-1355, Ext. 4523..
-The Gifford Youth
-Activity Center will hold.
the Third Annual Dan K.
Richardson Humanitarian.
Banquet at 6:30 p.m. in the
Richardson Center at Indian
River community College
Mueller Campus located at
6155 College.Lane in Vero
Beach.
This banquet is to recog-
nize local individuals for
their humanitarian efforts.
This year's banquet will
honot Robert and Eleonora
McCabe, founders of the
Robert F. And Eleonora W.


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Theater invites all to see live shows


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Members of the Riverside Children's Theatre Rascal's Revue pose before their performance of Disney's AristoCats,
part of the theater's summer camp program, last Friday.


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer.
"Discover Riverside
Have We Gota Seat ForYou."
Less than two months
ago, Allen Cornell, River-
sideTheatre's producing
artistic director, coined that


impromptu slogan.
At that time, Mr. Cornell
expressed a desire to offer
area residents unfamiliar
with the theater and its
productions real incentive.
to discover the world of live
theater.
Mr. Cornell and theater


officials wasted no time '
implementing an tinbeat-
able promotion for the
theater's upcoming-2008 -
2009 mainsrage _eascin of
live shows.
Touing"bigcit\ enter-
[ainment in a small town,"
Riverside Theatre officials


are offering an incredibly,
affordable subscription
package: buy one subscrip-
tion and get one free.
Theater lovers can'enjoy
five professional perform-
ances for as little'as $12 per
See THEATRE, B5


Eatery offers superb food and service


By Julie L. Cleveland
For Hometown News
VERO BEACH-
Marotta's Restaurant and
Pizzeria may not stand
but on State Road 60
where it can be easily
seen,.but it definitely is
outstanding in superior
service and superb food.
My husband and I -
found our way out of the
rainand into the cozy
atmosphere of the
charming restaurant in
Victor Plaza. The small
intimate dining area
easily seats 20 to 25
people'vhile allowing
privacy. The walls are a
forest green and we were
treated to many nostalgic
prints featuring those
lovable Kramden and
Norton. characters from.
The Honeymooners.
Michelle Green., our ..


cheerful hostess .and
server, welcomed us as
though we were old
friends. She saw us
Stated at an inviting
table for four, and we
were presented with the
menu and her sugges-
tions for the evening..
She recommended'the'
House Specialof Zuppa
De Pesce for two. She
told us that it contained
a bountyof mussels,'.
clams, calamari,
scungilli, shrimp, and
scallops sauteed in our
choice of marinara
sauces and served over a'
.bed of linguini. While
this seafood soup sound-
ed scrumptious, my
heart was set on their
popular lasagna. NMy
husband has a passion
for baked ziti.
I chose a side cup of
Italian Wedding Soup


with a chicken stock
chocked full of spinach,
meatballs, and tiny pasta
balls, while my husband
opted for a lovely green
garden salad resplendent
in bright leafy greens,
fresh carrots, a tomato
slice and green pepper. ,
Both of these dishes were
fresh and tastN.
The garlic rollk and
bread that we had with
our soup and salad were.
moist, and a pleasure to
" the sense ot taste and
smell.
We were served a small
.cheese pizza aswe
waited for our main '
entrees.
The pizza was a thick
crust with a generous
serving of chleese and a*
mellow tomato sauce.
Owner Rose Schneider
makes the dough daily, ;
and it finds its way into


-the pizza and the cal-
:zones. The sauce is
homemade and the pizza
was hot and cheesy and
promised to be very
filling if we had not had
entrees coming. It had six
slices and would easily*
have fed us for the
evening. Our leftovers
came home with us for
lunch rhe next day
-Our entrees were
'served to us in individual
o0 al casserole dishes.
Each dishea.ily had
mcite than enough for
one person to eat as was
evident when we asked
for our leftovers to go.
The lasagna is their
best seller, and it is easy
to see wh\ I ordered
miine With a meat sauce,
and there was plenty of
meat in the thick tomato
See EATERY, B4


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 07-18-2008


Aries-March 21-April 19
Stand strong in every under-
taking. You have the vision,
desire and strength to contin-
ue to produce positive
results. You are a spiritual
warrior. The universe sup- -
ports you. Mighty forces pro-
tect you. Call on them as
needed. Rise above any limi-
tations. The needed answers,,
come from within the depth
of your large. heart. Give
thanks for your many bless-
ings. 2

Taurus-April 20-May 20
This is not a good time to
force your will. It is a good
*time to gently unfold and
.release deeper ideas and
.feelings. Also, respect and
honor free will andfree wil and fee
choice in others. Patience is
a virtue. Encourage others to
manifest their dreams. Let
the universe guide you on
your path. If you do, wonder-
ful, positive outcomes will
be the results.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Dare to dream and then be
bold enough to follow your
dream. The main ingredient
is action. Follow your heart,
not your head. Listen to your
inner guidance. It is what
genius is all about. Turn your
challenges into stepping-
stones that carry you to your
.highest truth.and happiness.
You have t' in you. 'Now is
the time to set it free.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Right now your energy is
strong and positive. You are
coming off your most power-
.ful and fertile time of the year.
Refuse to let stress or fear
creep into your life. Be fearless
in protecting your own life and
those you love. You deserve
more than basic survival. You
can have it all. Go inside, bring
it our and set it free.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
It's time to take your life to
the 'next higher level. Let
your dreams, be known to
those who love you and
want to help you. You have
a number of new projects
ready to grow and multiply.
Focus on the top three that
give you the most happi-
ness and reward. Keep the
focus and enjoy the highest
of blessings. You are highly
deserving.
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McCabe Foundation.
Tickets for this event are
$125 per person.
This Humanitarian Ban-
quet, co-sponsored by the
GYAC and IRCC, raises funds
to continue the Center's
numerous programs for
youth, seniors and the
community.
The Gifford Youth Activity
Center is a nonprofit
organization located at 4875
43rd Ave. in Vero Beach.
For more information, call
Freddie Woolfork at (772)
794-1005, Ext. 34.

SUNDAY, JULY 20

*Copa Cabana Night will
be held at the Royal Ball-
room Dance Studio, located
at 1533 U.S: 1, Vero Beach,
from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Tickets
'cost $35 and include dinner
and performances by stu-
dent dancers. To buy tickets,
call (772) 299-5772.
FRIDAY, JULY25 '
,Liang Acrobatic &
Comedy Show will be held
at the North Indian River
County Library from 10:30
to 11:30 a.m.
This one-woman acrobatic
show with emcee and'
comedian Bill Patti, will
feature international acrobat


gold medalist Liang, who
has performed in more than
1,000 shows around the
nation and the world,
including appearances at
Walt Disney World, Universal
Studios, NBA basketball
games and at festivals and
cultural centers.
She has also made
numerous television
appearances and was
featured on Justin Timber-
lake's "N Sync" video.
Children and their caretak-
ers are invited to pick up
free tickets in the Children's
Room of the library for this
amazing and entertaining
event.
The library is located at
1001 Sebastian Blvd., three
miles west of U.S. 1 in
Sebastian.
For more information, call
(772) 589-1355, Ext. 4523.

SUNDAY, JULY 27

-"Meet the Artist" at the
Vero Beach Museum will be
held in conjunction with the
exhibition, Florida Art Visual
Fellowship at 3 p.m. with a
presentation by video artist
Wendy Wischer.
The artists featured in this
exhibition represent the
state's most outstanding
talent.
Ms. Wischer will present a
"slide presentation In the
Museum's Leonhardt
Auditorium, followed by a
gallery talk in the Homes


Gallery.
This program is free and
open to the public.
Ms. Wischer creates
conceptually-based work in
a variety of media ranging
from photography to
sculptural objects, to site-
specific installations and
public works. She combines
the spirituality of working
with nature and the cutting
edge "new media." She
received her MFA from
Florida State University in
1995.
Attendees are encouraged
to RSVP .by calling (772)
231-0707, Ext. 136.

THROUGH JULY'31

-The Cultural Council of
Indian River County is
conducting a competition
for area artists of all ages to
submit works for considera-
tion for the cover of the
Council's 2008-2009
Cultural Event Planner.,
There is a $25 entry fee for
artists; $15 for students and
Cultural Council members.
The deadline for entries is
July'31.
For more information, call
(772) 770-4857

FRIDAY, AUG. 1

-The Indian River county
Main Library will present a
Teen Music Revue and

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Scopes
From page BI
Virgo-Aug.23-Sept.2l
Important decisions are
looming in the near future.
Mars in Virgo gives you
extra protection in your
quests. Let your first impres-
sions guide you. They are
the best when you are lis-
tening. The only limitation is
when you let doubt or inde-
cision get in the way. Stay
centered, 'take action, and
wonderful results are sure
to follow.

Libra-Sept. 22-Oct. 21
This is .a wonderful time to
'riainifest"f your greatest.
desires. The key is to feel wor-
thy to receive' the blessings.
You must love and respect
yourself first. If you don't do
Ihis first, you won't allow any-
one else to do it either. Your
greatest victories come when
you honor these traditions liv,-
ing inside you. Open your.
heartland you will see the
true magic happening,


Scorpio-Oct. 22-Nov. 21
You are moving ahead and


grow in strength,.every day.
The moon in' Scorpio gives
you extra emotional strength
to move forward. Your new
,creative purpose will soon be
unfolding. It's like a new root-
ed seed ready to give birth.
Write down your goals, signs
and visions. Immense
progress can now be made.
Your great spirit prevails.,


Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Mighty forces in the universe
are working in your favor
right now. Jupiter, the planet
of exparision, 'is your ruler.
Are yur dtoYoi'rbw and
exjpardd "!yi rihnns? Wake
up'and feel'frt ie''j .in life. Be
openr4ochange. See the big-
ger picture and 'allow the
long-term results to come
into reality. Your life is ah


needed. You are fearless
when it comes to facing life.
Call onr friends when needed.
They are there to lertda help-
ing hand. Now you will have
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Theatre
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seat per show.
The shows are cast entirely
-- with professional, equity
performers. But in addition
to the highest caliber casts,
the beautiful physical
aspects of Riverside Theatre
will leave theatergoers saying
double "Bravos!"
The mainstage theater
seats 700 in stylish comfort,
while the more intimate
Waxlax Stage is used for
smaller shows that frequent-
ly involve direct interaction
with the audience. The
theater's spacious lobby with
its soaring ceilings and
glassed walls overlooking
lush theater and park
landscaping perfectly sets
the stage for what will
become an exciting and
memorable theater experi-
ence.
Many seasonal residents
and theater subscribers
already enjoy Riverside's
outstanding productions and
lavish amenities. Now, Mr.
Cornell and the theater
board are hoping to entice
more residents to partake in
the live theater experience.
They hope the special
subscription incentive will
,stimulate that interest.
"Here we are in the dead of
summer and we're working
Sto "sell" the theater. We're,
Looking for year-round
o residents to come to the
theater," Mr. Cornell said.
"I'm encouraging people to*
become subscribers and
sample a season of theater,
arid get an idea of the
.diversity of its experience.
We're not fulfilling our
mission when we have an
!.empty seat.Wewant to
share," Mr. Comell said.
For a community the size of
WVeroBeach, this venue is a
,rare and outstanding
amenitywith a rich history.
Of course, the history of
organized theater itself finds
much of its roots in ancient
Greece where it began as a
celebration of spring and,
evolved 4fljdaylong ,
theatrica ssions featuring.
tragedies and.comedy.
Live theater was (and still
is) performed storytelling
and an audience comprised
of people from diverse
backgrounds who nonethe-
less found themselves bound
together as "collective souls
in a frue human experience"
as the story unfolded, said
Mr. Cornell.
That "bonding" survives
into the modem era in an
experience that seasoned


theatergoers routinely seek.
Riverside Theatre's own
story began 35 years ago on a
54-acre tract of land, which
the city ofVero Beach had
designated for use as a
cultural park.
RiversideTheatre was
erected in 1973 for $1.5
million that was raised.
through the largesse of.
private donors.
At that time and for
some years afterward the
theater primarily showcased
community theater produc-
tions. Later, in the 1980s,
local children got their own
chance to star in theatrical
productions with the advent
of Riverside Children's
Theatre, which featured
educational and performing
arts programs.
By the mid '80s, theater
board members decided it
was time to take the increas-
ingly popular and successful
theater to the next level. The
board formulated a plan to
make Riverside a producing
professional theater featur-
ing equity performers and
staffed by a professional
artistic director.
The plan was quickly and
successfully implemented,
and by the 1985-'86 season,
the Riverside Theatre Acting
Company made its inaugural
debut to appreciative
audiences.
The theater's first profes-
sional presentation, a
musical theater classic, set
the tone of excellence for .
succeeding performances.
"Carousel" kicked offthe first
of more than 23 years of
-shows. That year, it was
followed by equally ambi-
tious presentations of "Our
Town," "They're Playing Our.
Song," "Godspell" and "Hay
Fever."
Considering the Broadway-
caliber scope of works being
presented and the very small
population of Indian River
County at that time, River-
side Theatre's effOrts might
have been too far-reaching
for similar theaters.
However, the community,
though small in numbers,
Vp-spco raised of residents
who eagerly embraced the
arts and culture, and who
expected excellence.


They got just that through
uncommonly generous
philanthropy, volunteerism,
and through the visionary
works of aRiverside Theatre
board of directors and highly ]
qualified theater staffers. 6
"We're incredibly fortunate
to live in a town with such
high standards.
"A tribute should be paid to
our people my God, what s
they accomplished! They
raised more than $20 million
for the theater's renovation of
the building. They did it
because they care and they
wanted the finest theater t
possible servingVero Beach.
And they did it from day one,
and now we're at this E
wonderful place this
beautiful, contemporary 1
structure," Mr. Cornell said., I
Riverside Theater was
growing in the scope of its
programs, and the facility
grew with it with incremental
additions and renovations i
subsequently overseen by .
the theater's Long Range
Facilities Planning Commit-
tee. '
The committee polled -
theater patrons, staffers and
board members to ascertain
the type and scope of needed
expansion projects. Once f
identified, the projects were
accomplished through ,
successful fundraising
efforts. '
Today, Riverside Theatre is
one of the largest producing
theaters in Florida. The
Riverside Children's Theatre,
under the direction of Linda
Downey, encompasses
15,000 square feet of class-
room/theater space.
Mr. Comell's love for and
dedication to Riverside :
Theatre and its mission is
obvious.
"There is something
magical about a theater with
a full house and the cast can
feel it. The fuller the house, :
the more potent that experi-
erice is. I hope people will try..'
it because this building is
here for them. Our board
would like to see everybody
enjoy this it's not a private
club. We are a nonprofit
cultural institution to further
the good in the community.
"Every pennywe make
goes back into the product
h- .-


and Riverside.We produce
the shows," Mr. Comell said.
And producing lavish, fully
cast and costumed shows is
not cheap. A typical musical
production may cost
approximately $375,000 to
$400,000 to produce, Mr.
Comell said.
Yet local theater lovers and
benefactors have supported
such endeavors, Mr. Cornell
said.
"It's kind of a miracle that
this level of professional
theater took root in a small
town and has flourished over
the years;" Mr. Cornell said.
While much in the way of
local entertainment grinds
almost to a halt during the
off-season, summer months,
the schedule at Riverside
Theatre is chock-full of
programs for every age
group.
This month alone, the
Children's Theatre is present-
ing a "Riverside Rascals
Revue" as well as "Hot
Mikado."
During summer weekends,
the theater "morphs" into a
nightclub for those age 21
and over. "Club 3250 @
Riverside Theatre" features
live bands, four full bars and
fun beginning at 8 p.m. with
a modest $10 cover charge
and continuing until 1a.m.
"It's an opportunity to open
our doors to the younger
demographic of this area and
get them used to this
building and what's here."
Mr. Cornell said.
Riverside's monthly
comedy club called The
Comedy Zone features
comedians on Friday and
Saturday evenings beginning
at 7;30 p.m. .
The Summer Stage of the
Riverside Children's Theatre
has also featured Disney's \
"The AristoCats Kids" and
"Hot Mikado," a jazzy 1940's
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Additionally, the children's
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summer performing arts day
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video camp and other
performance programs that
are sure to entice young
thespians.
Now in his 26th year with
Riverside Theatre, Mr.
Comell expressed pride in
past accomplishments and
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VERO BEACH If you
want to see some incredibly
agile and creative entertain-
ers who will not only "flip"
over, but who will also "flip"
for you, then look no further
than the 36th Annual Aerial
Antics Circus Aug. 6-9.
Presented bytheVero
Beach Recreation Depart-
ment, this year's much-
heralded and traditional
event will be held on four
successive evenings from 7 to
7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium
of Saint Edward's Upper
School.
More than 200 area young
people, age 3 to late 20's, will
positively thrill you with their
outstanding talent in
acrobatics, gymnastics and
dance.
The ever-growing annual
circus began years ago under
the direction of Peggy Wilkes,
according to Angie Hol-
shouser, performing arts
supervisor of Centerstage,
located at the city's Leisure
Square recreational complex.
Ms. Holshouser was herself
an "acro-tot," who performed


in the 3 to 5-year-old age
group of those original
shows.
"It started as an outdoor,
circus, even with clowns and
juggling, and we have grown
and progressed to acrobatics,
dance, circus aerials and
gymnastics," Ms. Holshouser
said.
While rehearsals for the
Aerial Antics Circus extrava-
ganza are taking place at
Centerstage, the four shows
are being held indoors at St.
Edward's spacious and well-
equipped gymnasium.
For four evenings, young
performers grouped accord-
ing to age group and event
will delight audiences with
their athletic and dancing
skills.
Many of these youngsters
have been participating in
the Aerial Antics Summer
Camp presented by theVero
Beach Recreation Depart-
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. "This is definitely a family
event for young and old," Ms.
Holshouser said.
She noted that with so
many performers, each show
will various feature groups,
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somewhat different in terms
of specific performances, but
that each evening will "run
the full gamut" of age groups
and talent.
Older aged girls perform in
all the shows, she added.
Where earlier, outdoor
versions of the Aerial Antics
Circus Were often plagued by
rain as well as formats that
ran to several hours, today's
shows have been improved
and refined, Ms. Holshouser
said.
"We've definitely grown a
lot. Outside, the rain took a
toll on us and the show was
un-godlylong.
"But now that it's inside,
we've got it down to a science,
even thought the routines
and choreography are much
more elaborate now," Ms.
Holshouser said.
She noted that with each
succeeding year in the 36-
year tradition, the commit-
ment to "topping" the year
before has been achieved.
When asked if it becomes a
high-pressure goal to
constantly present better
shows, Ms. Holshouser
laughed and said the group
was up to that task.


"You just evolve and keep
getting better every year. We
come through and people
who may have thought they
were coming to see a
"podunk" kind of show just
cannot believe it," Ms.
Holshouser said.
Believe it.
Shows will be held each
evening from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
onWednesday, Aug. 6,
through Saturday, Aug. 9.
Performances will be at Saint
Edward's Upper School
located offA1A at 1895 St.
Edward's Drive inVero Beach.
Tickets are only $5 for
adults and $4 for seniors and
children under age 6. Tickets
are available for purchase at
the door the nights of the
event or in advance at Leisure
Square located at 3705 16th
St. inVero Beach; Riverside
Racquet Complex located at
350 Dahlia Lane beachside;
and the Vero Beach Commu-
nity Center located at 2266
14 Ave. in historic down-
townVero Beach.
For more information about
the 36th annualAerialAntics
Circus, callAngie Holshouser
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Variety Show and Potluck
Dinner from 6 8 p.m.,
" - which will mark the conclu-
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For more information, call
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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6,
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-The 36th Annual Aerial
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Upper School, located at
1895 St. Edward's Drive just
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All performances will be
held from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Tickets for this popular
event are available at Leisure
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may be pruchased the night
of the show at the door.
Admission is $5 for adults
and $4 for seniors and
children under six years old.
Come support the talented
youth of the Vero Beach
Community and enjoy an
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For more information, call
Patty Mattingly at (772) 567-.
2144 or Angie Holshouser at
(772) 770-3775.

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This traveling exhibition of
artwork from the recipients
of the state's Artist Fellow-
ship Program features works
in various media and
showcases the talents of
some of the state's most
outstanding artists.
The artists who were
chosen were reviewed under
a highly competitive process
by a panel of their peers, and
were chosen for their
remarkable talent and career
achievements.
The Vero Beach Museum of
Art is located at 2001
Riverside Park Drive in Vero
Beach.
Summer hours are Tuesday
to Saturday from 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. and Sunday from
I to 4:30 p.m.
For further information
about this exhibit or other
museum exhibits and
programs, call (772) 231-
0707 or visit online at
www.verobeachmuseum.org

THROUGH JULY 30
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Department of the Indian
River County Main Library
presents Sizzling Summer
Specials through July 30
which will feature fun-
filled, action-packed
summer programs for local
teens.
Creative Characters
appear every Wednesday
from 2 to 4 p.m. through a
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loads of laughter.
Each Wednesday
throughout the summer
there will be programs of
contests, creative arts,
drama, debates, prizes and
refreshments.
An eagerly awaited
talented show is set for
July 23. Join in the singing,
strumming, conjuring
magic, doing comedy or
whatever your talent leads
you to do. Sign up is
requested.
The end of summer
celebration on July 30 will
feature Karaoke. Amateurs
are most welcome and
encouraged to step up to
the microphone and stun
the audience with your
singing. And if being center
stage, is npt your thing,
then sign up to be a judge
or audience member. Pizza
will be provided.
. And if that's not enough
in the way of activities:
*On Mondays until July
28, come join Todd and
video games from 1:30 to
3:30 p.m. in the library
multimedia room.
*On Tuesdays 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.
*Sidewalk Art graffiti will
be held July 25 at noon at
the east entrance of the


library. The creations must
fit into a segment of
sidewalk four feet square
and match the themes of
the day which kicks off
with "Friends" and follows
with "Waterways." Judging,
prizes and refreshments
will follow artist commen-
taries 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 emergencies and
other employment skills.
There is a $15 registration
fee for this class. Upon
completing, students will
receive a certification card.
Call the Red Cross office at
(772) 562-2549 for fee and
registration requirements.
Bring a bag lunch and
meet in the Multimedia
Room.
The Main Library is
located at 1600 21st St. in
downtown Vero Beach.
For more information or
to sign up for an event, call
Maria Goodman at (772)
770-5060, Ext. 4121 or e-
mail mgoodman@ircli-
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Attendees are encour-
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The museum'is located
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For more information
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with the library's "Ask the
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continue on Tuesday
evenings throughout the


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Each week, doctors will
discuss timely topics and
follow up with questions
and answers from the
attendees.
These programs are free
but space is limited and
registration is required.
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is located at 1600 21st St.
in Vero Beach.
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ART GALLERIES
-ArtsMojo Gallery and
Showroom, 8802 North


U.S.. 1 in the Wabasso Plaza
just north of CR 510.
(772) 589-5454.
-Gallery 14, 1911 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach.
From June through
September, the gallery is
open Wednesday through
Friday from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m..and Saturday from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. (772) 625-
5525.
*Artists Guild Gallery, 44
Royal Palm Pointe, Vero
Beach. Hours: 11 a.m.-5
p.m. Monday-Friday,
Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Classes are offered at the
gallery in several mqdiums.
' Opening exhibit recep-
tions are held the first Friday
of the month.
Call (772) 299-1234 or
visit artistsguildgalleryver-
obeach.com for upcoming
events.
*The Gallery at Windsor,
10680 Belvedere Square,
Vero Beach. By appoint-
ment only. (772) 388-4071
*Klay Gallery, 1581 Old
Dixie Highway, Vero Beach.
Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday-Friday and 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. on Saturday. (772)
299-1289
*The Laughing Dog
Gallery, 2910 Cardinal
Drive, Vero Beach. Open 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-
Saturday. (772) 23/4-6711
*Lin Roller Menard
Gallery, 2919 Cardinal
Drive, Vero Beach. 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Monday-Friday. (772)
231-5050


*Tiger Lily Art Studios
and Gallery, 1903 14th
Ave., Vero Beach. Hours: 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday,
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.
(772) 778-3443.
*The Garden of Art, 8905
U.S. 1, Sebastian. Hours:
Monday through Saturday,
11,a.m. to 5 p.m. (772) 589-
7889
BARS AND CLUBS
*Capt. Hiram's Resort,
1580 U.S., 1, Sebastian:
Come out this week for
live performances. For a
look at the full entertain-
ment lineup, visit
www.hirams.com. (772) i
589-4345
*Clubhouse Bar and Grill,
4000 Atlantic Blvd., Vero
Beach. Ladies Night on
Wednesday night, Karaoke
,on Fridays. Join us for poker
on Thursday and Sundays.
(772) 794-0011
*Earl's Hideaway Lounge
and Tiki Bar, 1405 Indian
River Drive, Sebastian Live
Delta Blues music tuesday,
nights by Ernie Southern.
(772) 589-5700, (772)
388-2597 or online at
www.earlshideaway.com.
*Kelley's Irish Pub, 484
21st St # B, Vero Beach,
presents a Friday night sing-
along in the piano bar.
(772) 567-3838
*Long Branch Saloon,
2199 Seventh Ave., Vero
Beach. Join in on karaoke
at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday,


Monday and Wednesday.
Enjoy live music on Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday.
Live DJ on Tuesday night.
(772) 569-4075
*The Pour House, 1238
-16th St., Vero Beach. Enjoy a
DJ on Mondays, live bands
on Friday and Saturday
night. (772) 770-2312
*Riverside Cafe, 1 Beach-
land Blvd., Vero Beach, Live
entertainment every night of
the week featuring 24
Steven from 6 to 10 p.m. on
Monday, Big Ron from 6 to
10 p.m. on Tuesdays and
The Fat Bottom Girls from 6
to 10 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Join us for a live DJ from 8
to 12 p.m. on Thursday and'
Friday nights. Saturday
nights belong to rock band
TRI, which performs from
8:30 to 12:30 p.m: Drapes
of Wrath performs from 6 to
10 p.m. every other Sunday.
(772) 234-5550
*Squid Lips. Come enjoy
the great food and live
music. 1660 N. Indian
River Drive, Sebastian. (772)
589-3828
*TJ's Sports Bar, 648 Old
Dixie Highway S.W., Vero
Beach, hosts karaoke at
8:30 p.m. on Tuesday
nights. (772) 778-8833
*Undertow, 1931 Old
Dixie Highway, Vero Beach,
presents live music on
weekends.
For more-information on
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The way the Vero Beach
National Little League team
started pool play in the Dis-
trict 17 All-Star tourna-
ment, it was venturing out
into the deep end.
The squad lost to Fort
Pierce 3-1, forcing Vero
Beach into a sink -or -swim
situation in its following
game.
Vero Beach rose to the
top, shutting out a solid
Sebastian team 6-0.
"We started out slow in
pool play, but then we did
well," manager Tim Willson
said.
Vero's hot hitting contin-
ued, as the tearp smoked
Northside to the tune of a
16-0 victory. Pitcher Sean
Harrison had an exception-
al outing, tossing a no-hit-
ter over four innings.
"He pitched well," Willson
said. "He was excited." *
Since three teams finished
with identical 2-1 records, a
tiebreaker was used to
determine who would
move on in the tourna-
ment. Vero Beach allowed
the fewest runs over the


three games, giving the
team the Little League Area
I crown.
"It was pretty exciting for
them," Willson said. "We
got to move on to the dou-
ble elimination (round)."
In the opener, Vero Beach
squared off against Jensen
Beach. Jensen also excelled
in pool play, but National
quickly gained the upper
hand and cruised to a 9-0
win.
Vero Beach then faced its
toughest thus far, Martin
County North. Martin
County had yet to lose,
going 3-0 in pool play, as
well as blanking Port St.
Lucie National 10-0 in its
opener in the double elimi-
nation round.
True to form, Martin
County built a big lead and
never looked back, winning
16-0.
"It was 7-0 in the fourth
inning," Willson said. "We
-had just one hit, but I
thought we were still in it.
- "We saw how awesome
that team was. They (Mar-
tin County) made some
unbelievable plays. We just
couldn't break through.
"You can't compete if you


don't hit the ball.
Despite the lopsided loss,
Willson said his team was
eager to step back on the
field.
"We weren't worried
about it," Willson said. "We
had to come back and play
the next day, We had one of
our past players come back
.and throw to the kids and
that seemed to help."
Dropped into the loser's
bracket, Vero Beach
responded with a 12-2 win,
handling Jensen Beach
once again. The win set up
a rematch with Martin
County North, with Vero
Beach needing a victory to
force a deciding game for
the title.
Martin County jumped on
top 2-0, but Vero Beach bat-
tled back and trailed 5-2.
With Martin County ahead
7-2 in the fourth inning,
National appeared poised
to make a game of it.
"We had runners on first
and second," Willson said.
"Sean Harrison hammered
it at the shortstop.
"He made the play cleanly
and turned the double play.
The kid stepped up and-
made a great play.


"That stopped the rally.
That's what really ended the
game for us.
"We could've been in it. A
couple of hits here and
there and maybe we force a
final game."
Even though the team fell
short of its goal losing
11-2 even being able to
contend against a deep
team like Martin County
brought Willson much sat-
isfaction.
"It was neat to be able to
compete with them (Martin
County)," Willson said.
"Vero Beach has two little
league teams -Vero Beach
National and Vero Beach
American," Willson said..
"They are both very small."
While the team might've
been minute .in size, for
most of the tournament it
was large in stature. The
team received contribu-
tions from just about every-
one.
"Jaime Keithan hit well for
the tournament.", Willson
said. "Delaney Willson had
a couple of keN hits.
"Shain Radhsey led the
team in homers and
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the spoiled, pampered
brats that so many see
them to be.
Tim Finchem and the
rest of the suits in Ponte
Vedra need to address the
players and get them to
come out of their shells.
They need to loosen up
and realize that without a
'deep fan base, their hefty
purses could become very
light.
From what I hear, the


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iced up at the range. Tell them
to a putting secret while on
er-less the practice green. Sign a
not few more autographs. Or,
Tiger in some cases, sign any
ore autographs at all.
years I've attended a lot of golf
per- tournaments. I can say
thout with certainty that while
or the kids want to see Tiger,
ng. they don't care which pro
to spends a moment talking';
teract- to them or signing'their
m not autograph book. They just
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king and notice them.
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whilee kid, attending a Masters
practice round, I asked
Gary Player for-his auto-
graph. He informed me, in
no uncertain terms, that
'o1 he was there to play golf,
not talk to some kid. The
gentleman following him
said to me, "I'd be honored
to sign your book son."
That man was Sam Snead.
I learned a lot those days.
My son went with his
,grandfather to the event at
Hilton Head. His favorite
players are now those that
took the time to return his
polite "hello."
I understand that the
players are working and
I've heard the tired excuse
that I wouldn't want
someone bugging me
while I'm at work. My
work, however, isn't that of
an entertainer. Profession-.
al golfers are basically
entertainers. There is
nothing inherently special.
about someone hitting a
ized golf ball that would make
people pay large sums of
money to witness it.
At the practice tee one
year, I heard a player tell
one fan who had just
remarked at how well the
player was striking the
ball, "That's why you're on
that side of the ropes and
pay to see me play." It was
Said without even looking;
at the gentleman. Thfii;'" ,:
Exactly what the 'tour
cannot afford. The arro-
gance needs to go away or
the money certainly will.'
So I plead with profes-
sional golfers on every
tour. Step up. Stop com-'
plaining about the little
things that you aren't
getting, and begin to
realize who truly pays the'
freight. It's either that or
you'll find golf fans
choosing to play or watch
Tiger re-runs on the
weekends.


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cious metal only after
the second half of-the
19th century and has a
deep luster and a rich,
white color. It is rarer and
heavier than all precious
metals and considered
to be more valuable'
than gold.
Platinum is often used
to set the most valuable
gems to produce the
finest jewelry.
Platinum holds gem-
stones most securely,
because Its strength and
neutral, color enhances
the brilliance and depth
of diamonds and pre-
cious stones.' Because of
its density and weight, you
can feel the difference
between platinum and
other 'precious metals.
There are no karat marks
to identify platinum,
In- the United States,
platinum Is usually
marked: PT or PLAT. In
Europe, 'platinum is iden-
tified by the following
marks: 950 or PT950. Since,
platinum is the purest
metal, it rarely causes an
allergic reaction. There is
an increased Interest in
platinum jewelry both in
the US and abroad.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR INDIAN
RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. P-2008-0361
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
OLGA R. SCILLIERI,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Olga R. Scillieri,
deceased, whose date of
death was March 22,
2008, and. whose social
security number is
043-36-8214, 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
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy 'of this
notice is served must file
their claims with the
Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS
NOTICE FOR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate must
file their claims with the
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 PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS'1 '."
The date of the first
publication of this Notice
is July 11, 2008.
Personal Representative-
Peter Scillieri
22 Woodland Road
Waterfbrd, Connecticut
06385
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
George Glenn
Florida Bar No. 334340
Grail, Glenn & Grail
7555 20th Street
Vero Beach,
Florida 32966
Telephone:
(772) 569-0000
Pub: July 11, & July 18,
2008


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LEGAL NOTICE: LEGAL NOTICE:
On Monday August 04, On Monday August 04,
2008, at 9:30 a.m., the 2008, at 9:30 a.m., the
following vehicles will be following vehicles will be
sold at public auction to sold at public auction to
pay for towing/storage pay for towing/storage
owing against them: on against them:VIN#
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991 Nits VmN JB 7FM 4EJP060202
1 N4EB31 BOMC763793 Place of sale: 596 Old
Place of sale to be 566 Dixie Hwy Mike's
Old Dixie Highway-City Wrecker -Vero
Cab Vero Pub: July 18, 2008
Pub: July 18, 20086 ub:G A L yN OTIC
LEGAL NOTICE:
LEGAL NOTICE: On Monday August 04,
On Tuesday July 29, 2008, at 9:30 a.m., the
2008, at 9:30 a.m., the following vehicles will be
following vehicles will be sold at public auction to
sold. at public auction to pay for towing/storage
pay for towing/storage owin against them:
owing against them: One 11)1987Dod VN#
One ) 1994 Olds VIN# JB7FM24E1JP060202
'n1G3' 994AOls VIN Place of sale.596 Old
1G3CX52LOR4316226 Dixie. Hw Mike's
Place of sale: 596 Old- WreHwyer -ero
Dixie Hwy Mike's Pub: July 18, 2008
Wrecker -Vero
Pub: July 18, 2008 On Wednesday July 30,
2008 at 8:00 a.m., the
IN THECIRCUITCOURT following vehicle will be
FOR INDIAN RIVER sold at public auction for
FLORIDA the towing/storage owing
PROBATE DIVISION against them: One (1)
File No.: P20080285 2001 Ford Explorer Vin#
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF 1FMYU60E81UC42563 .
BISWANATH ROY, Place of Sale: 9055 16th
Deceased. Place, FL 32966 Fine Line
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Towing & Recovery,
ihe administration of the P y
Estate ofBiwanat Roy Pubuly 18, 2008
deceased, whose date On Wednesday July 30,
death was February 24, 2008at8:00a.m.,the
2007, is pending in the 200 at 8:00 adm., the
,ircuit ours pendg for Indian following vehicle will be
River County, Florida, sold at public auction for
Probate Division, the the towing/storage owing
address of which is PO. against them: One(1)
Box 1028 Vero Beach, 2001 Ford Explorer Vin#
Florida 32961.The names 1FMYU60E81UC42563
and addresses of the per- Place of Sale: 9055 16th
sonal representative and Place, FL 32966 Fine Line
the personal representa- Towing & Recovery,
tive's attorney are set forth Pub:July18, 200
below. "e Pub: uly_18, 2008
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons '
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate & y
on whom a copy f thi
notice is served must file FLORIDA MEMORIAL
their claims with the Court GARDENS-Two lots sec-
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 tion A christus. Between
MONTHS AFTER 'THE Cocoa Beach & Eau Gal-
TIMEOFTHEFIRSTPUB- lie. retail 8k asking 7K
LOCATION OF THIS OBO 706-935-4578
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS-4578
AFTER THE DATE OF HILLCREST MEMORIAL
SERVICE QF A COPY OF 2 lots with vaults. VA
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. section "$1,795. Hope
All other creditors of the section 1 $2 95
decedent and other per- section value $2,495.
sons having claims or Asking $1,795
demands against the dece- 772-581-4887
dent's estate must file their
claims with the Court HILLCREST MEMORIAL
WITHIN 3 MONTHS Gardens Vero Beach. 2
AFTERTHEDATE OFTHE plots Catholic section.
FIRST PUBLICATION OF Includes vaults &
THIS NOTICE. markers. $6300 each
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED 772-464-11790
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- 772-464179
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
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overlooks pool area, in-
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$775 Keith 407-893-3728
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Includes Cable, water,
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$500/mo 407-619-7598
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in kitchen. All amenities,
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$850/mo. 772-538-0031
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center, small pet ok, con-
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$700/mo 772-468-3257
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772-321-5984
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Partial utilities incl.
$475/mo. 772-473-4855
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FORD BRONCO 1989
full size 4 x 4. $300
772-226-5915
FORD F-250: 99' White,
Utility Bed, 5.4, 120k
Miles, New Motor, Clean,
Only $5900 Gina
321-243-2270
FORD RANGER XLT
1997 manual cold A/C,
tow pkge, bedliner, Great
on gas. Good cond.
$1800/obo 772-532-1124
PONTIAC MONTANA:
1998 Extended Van, Ma-
roon, 90k miles, Good
shape, $3900 Gina
321-243-2270






SCOOTER: Gas Pow-
ered. Affordable Trans-
portation. 60-90mpg
From $995 to $1595.
772-589-6251


Boats & ___

Watercraft


1998 NEPTUNE, 23 ft,
200 HP Johnson. 180
Hours on motor. Asking
$12,000. 352-347-2016.
21' BAYLINER TROPHY
1988, Cuddy Cabin,
Bimini Top. Many extras.
Redone 125HP 4cyl,
motor. Everything goes!
$ 3 2 0 0 / o b o
772-263-2075/812-8338

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34' Cruisers- 334 Espirit
Cruise or Live-a-Board.
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
OBO 407-310-2678 (c),
386-424-3220 (work)
Photo ad #33337 www.
HometownNewsOL.com
BOAT TRAILER- holds
12 14 ft boat. Great
condition, New tires &
axle. Galvanized. $300.
OBO 772-370-1865(SLC)


BOATS; Buy & 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
Five Star Boat Service.
Monthly washing Every
7-10 days, detailing Cab-
in Clean, Boats, Cars,
Planes, Campers, Mobile
2 you. 772-359-2483
REDUCED 20,0001
MUST SELL! '06 Sea
Ray Sundancer 280-
Generator, GPS, dual
Merc cruisers, windlass,
full head, sleeps 5, low
hours, like new. Asking
$90K OBO 386-527-2103


PORT ORANGE: Long- VERO BEACH furnished FORT PIERCE; 2/1, rural
term or Event Rental. or unfurnished studied apt. s-',r,.,. te. nrew kiren.
Charming 2br/2ba/2cg New carpet, tile & apples. & c,3 r, $70,i month.
w/pool. Comol. remod- Walk to all shopping. 772ups65 -311$70 46month
eled, All Appl's, W/D $685/mo Call Rich 7724655311/461"6456
Great location. No Pets. 772-559-7550 APPFF R A
386-693-4011 See pho- VERO BEACH Sedona AFFORDABLE
tos at www.Hometown- Palms 4/2/2 screened SEBASTIAN 2/1/1 Avail-
NewsOL.com ad #33631 lanai, appis, ref. W/D. able immediately! Con-
Avail after 7-15. venient location. Will
PORT ST. LUCIE $1100/mo +, sec. work with you on deposit,
2-br/2-ba/1-cg. Tile thru 772-480-0681 all credit situations con-
out, new bath, Prof sidered. $780/mp.
painted, large screened VERO BEACH: 4br/2ba sdered $780/mo.71
porch. Hugh fenced yard. w/2cg, over 1900sf, Corn- 772-532-9771
Refs required. $850/mo munity Pool. $1200 Pau- SEBASTJAN- 112 Dahl
$850 deposit la Rogers 772-321-5742 Ave. 3/2 central A/C, big
772-461-1897 yard, quiet neighborhood.
.__ 815_TownHouses/ W/D hookup. $895/mo
PORT ST. LUCIE 2/2/1 VF/S. 305-338-4527
East of US 1, on cul de -__ SEBASTIAN. 212/1.
sac, new carpet, fresh Screen porch, Fenced
paint, close, to shopping, lAlUI l 'yard. Nice neigfborhqod.
FLS no pets $850mo Small pet(s) ok. First
772-335-8473 avail now $8.Vt / month an2d security.
LJJ M.5vj $800/mo. 772-589-9166
PORT ST. LIUCIE- East FR PIERCE.22/1.5 SB
of Tradition 3/2/2 + Den FORT PIERCE. 2/1.5 SEBASTIAN. ORMOND
laraditn 3/2/2Pets Ok HURRY WON'T LAST COURT. 3/2/1. Section
$1000/mo 561-775-2196 OaLY 2 LEFT, piv back 8 welcome. Small pet ok.
see photo online at www patio. Semi gtd comm Close to schools. 1st &
HometownNewsOL.com w/pool. Great Location Last. 321-288-3938
ad # 33899 Pets OK. -$775. $200 SEBASTIAN: Flint St
Security or 1 month SEBASTIAN: Flint St.
PORT ST. LUCIE: 3/2/1 FREE. 561-386-5644 2/2, tile throughout, w/d
1720 SE Elkhart Terrace ,hookup in until rm. Close
Incld's.W/D, large yard, ST. LUCIE/ to schools..Small pet ok.
quiet' area. Near USI. White'City/ 1st + Sec. Section 8 We!-
Section 8 welcome. Ft. Pierce area come. 321-288-3938
954-592-2519 WEATHER.EE 85 a cu
STUART- 'Summerfield VILLAS
3/2/2 LR, DR, den.
screened Porch, Comm RentJor SEBASTIAN: 1 & 2 Bed-
pool, golf,.exercise room. Rent to Own room Tralers. Low De-'
$1500/mo 772-486-3137 posits. Weekly, Leases.
$_-500/- :- 772.. .2 Bedrooms from: Some Utilities Included.
VERO BEACH 2/2 A $695/mo or 772-589-4675
shopping close, by. Non w/Furniture $750/mo
smoker,' no pets.
,$850/mo 1.5- mo sec. 1221 E.
Credit & background Weatherbee Rd
check. 772-562-1261
VERO BEACH 3/3/2' Larry 772-359-0360 GAt HOUSE
+den, Castaway Cove, _-n-Great location, 950 sqft,
w/ 2 overhead doors,
walk to beach, pool, spa, VERO BEACH: 3br-4br parking for trucks, one
fireplace, immaculate. $1000 to $1200. Call block USI & Dickson
786-210-3563 Paula Rogers Drive. $950/month
VERO BEACH 3BR/2BA 772-231-9121 772-521-5111
home. 2196 53 Av. New
carpet& floor coverings. I I' il -.
$1195/mo. 2BR apt,
partially furn. $675/mo HUTCHINSON ISLAND VERO BEACH
1BR apt, partially turn Ft. Pierce steps to beach. Offices & Warehouses
$575/mo Efficiencies Fully renovated, 2-br/1-ba 1031 18th St,
from $500/mo RENNICK, Brand new, appls. W/D Elliot Merrill Commercial
REALTORS nice yard, unfurn/furn. Management
772 562-5015 __ $825/mo 954-288-7560 772-569-4672 ,


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SUMMER SAVINGS!I'
ALL MONTH LONGIi

Discount FurnitureL
37 YEARS 30,000 SQ. FEET NOBODY BEATS A DISCOUNT DEAL


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Sofa & Loveseats
2 Piece Sets


from:


Micro Fiber Sofa,
Choice of Color Cafe, Black,
or Cocoa
Sofa and Loveseat
Micro Fiber Sofa,
Loveseat, and
Rocker Recliner!!!!!!!
Choice of Color
Cafe, Black, or Cocoa


Dual Reclining Loveseat with Console (
Dual Reclining Sofa (


Four Recliner Sectional with Console


50% OFF
All Ashley Comforter
Packages and All Red Slashed
Wall Art + Mirrors


Table and
four Side
Chairs


Outdoor: Waterfall
Glass Top Table and
4 Chairs White
$499

Wood
.Glider Rocker I


$~88


Arm Chairs
Table, ..Four Side.
Arm ChaiP, ',Wi
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Chairs, Two
Complete"


Barstool
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Dresser, Mirror, Chest,
2-nightstands, Queen Sleigh
headboard, footboard and rails
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footboard & platform!
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layaway on those items.** Does Not Apply To Prior Sales Off special price DFI always sells at discount prices. ** Some of these Items are one of a kind floor model no reorder or layaway available must take Apply To
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