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Vol. 5, No. 51


VERO BEACH

Police watch party's
headquarters after
angry calls

Angry telephone calls led
police to begin surveillance
last week of the Republican
Party headquarters.
Police said they received
reports that a man made sev-
eral irate telephone calls to
the headquarters, blaming
Republicans for his lack of
health insurance.
At onepoint, the man sug-
gested the building may
blow up, .police said.

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

Tax collector's office
fires employee
A customer service clerk in
the Indian River County Tax
Collector's Office was fired
last week for several policy
violations, officials said.
The employee, who was
not named, was accused
among other things of alter-
ing a check, officials said.
Apparently, the employee
charged a resident an incor-
rect fee and then altered the
check to make it cover the
correct higher fee, which was
an additional $31.
Officials also said that the
'female employee didprivate
business on work computers
:and failed to. disclose her
outside job, a possible con-
flict of interest.


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Community groups have mixed


success in election picks


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
Two community groups
had only modest success in
recommending what can-
didates should be elected.
The Indian River Neigh-
borhood Association is
generally perceived as a
growth management
organization that favors
charter government. Its
7,000 plus membership is
primarily comprised of
concerned county resi-


dents.
Common Ground offi-
cials, who could not be
reached for comment, state
on their Web site that
membership includes,
businesses and people
from other segments of the
community.
In the three County Com-
mission races, one of each
organization's picks was
elected. A third winner,
Bob Solari, was not
endorsed by either group.
A Neighborhood Associa-


tion official said that
although only one of the
candidates it backed in the
election was elected, the
organization will continue
efforts to improve the com-
munity.
. "We're disappointed,
obviously," said Ital Veron,
a member of the associa-
tion's advisory board.
Despite that, he said, "We
wish every elected official
the very best. We certainly

See GROUPS, A2


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Vero Beach High School seniors Carina Seagrave, left, and Bennett Smith show their
school spirit during the third annual Dollars For Scholars Kick-off Classic last Friday at
Shark Stadium in Sebastian. The event is one of the major fundraisers for the year. An
estimated $20,000 was raised for area scholarships. Vero Beach won, 21-6.


By John MacDonald
Macdonald@hometownnewsol.com
Although taking place in a
different venue from a year
ago, the scene was strikingly
similar in Vero Beach's and
Sebastian River's Dollars for
Scholars Kickoff Classic Fri-
day night.
In 2007, the Indians'
vaunted running game
dominated Sebastian River
to the tune of an abbreviat-
ed 21-6 win at the Citrus
Bowl.
Fast forward to Sharks
Stadium this season and it
was more of the same, as
Vero Beach again controlled
the line of scrimmage,
pounding the ball for 271
rushing yards, and another
21-6 victory.
Ben Harrison racked up
140 of those yards on 17 car-
ries, while his partner in
crime, Corbin Weaver,
found the end zone twice,
duplicating his feat of last
year.
"On offense, we pretty
much know who's going to
be on the field Friday
nights," Vero Beach head
coach Gary Coggin said. "It


' Friday, September 5, 2008


Voters select


primary winners


By Jessica Tuggle
For Hometown News
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY Primary election
day, was a great day for
Matt McCain and his
campaign for the School
Board District 2.
Mr. McCain, who claims
no relation to the pre-
sumptive Republican
presidential nominee,
won his seat by claiming
63 percent of the vote.
With that margin, Mr.


McCain is
automati-
cally the
winner
and does
not need
to com-
pete in a
run off Gary Wheeler
election
in November.
"Starting now and
through November when
I start; I'm going to get
See PRIMARY, A4


all comes down to peiform-
ance.
Most of the scoring took
place in the first quarter.
Weaver put the Indians on
the board first with a 13-
yard run. Sebastian River
answered quickly when
quarterback Cortez Ash ran
for 45 yards and a touch-:
down.
Stevie Wallace who ran
for 70 yards on the night -
put Vero Beach back on top
for good with an 18-yard
scamper in the quarter's
closingminute.
Weaver capped the scor-
ing, bullying his way from 1-
yard out late in the'game.
"We 'eife ifixious to play,"
Coggin said. "There is only
so much you can do at the
beginning of the season and
then you hit a plateau.
"Until you play a presea-
son game against an oppo-
nent at game speed, what
you're thinking might be
successful didn't work like
you thought it would.
"There is no substitute for
experience."
Another stalwart of last
season's 9-3 Vero Beach
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Female pilots at luncheon


support Humane Society


By Jessica Tuggle
For Hometown News
VERO BEACH
They're called the
"Grasshoppers," but
they hop around in the
sky instead of the
ground.
Last weekend, the
Grasshoppers, a group
of female pilots, landed
at the LoPresti hangar
to attend a luncheon
benefiting the Indian
River Humane Society.
SAmy Laboda, the edi-
tor in chief of "Women
in Aviation," interna-
tional magazine, flew
her plane to the event
from Fort Myers.
Her plane, an RV-10,
seats four people and
took about four years to
complete, Ms. Laboda
said.
"This airplane is
hand-built, just like a


commercial plane," Ms.
Laboda said. "This just
happened to be built by
me, an individual."
Love of flying is the
bond that brings each
and every one of the
Grasshoppers together.
"I was just fascinated
by taking a metal object
into the air and bring-
ing it' down again,"
Pamela Rochowiak of
Vero Beach said.
"It's a thrill," she said.
Bobbi Lasher of
Cocoa has been flying
for the past 15 years and
started because her
husband was a pilot.
"I figured I should at
least learn how to land
it in case anything
should happen," Mrs.
Lasher said.
The Grasshoppers
were founded in 1961
as a way for female


pilots from around the
state to get to know
their peers in the flight
world, Mrs. Lasher said;
"We're also known as
Florida's Fabulous
Female Flyers," she said
with a smile.
Rising costs of fuel
have made the hobby of
flying private aircraft
expensive, but these
.pilots still love to fly.
"It's something else
when you're doing it for
the first time and the
instructor says 'pull
that' and you're up,
you're flying," Mrs.
Lasher said.
The aviatrix club has
about 90 members. The
members are from all
over Florida and some
are snowbirds from
Canada. Husbands of
See PILOTS, A4


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Kurt LoPresti, right, president of LoPresti Speed Merchants, talks
with Amy Laboda, editor and chief of "Women in Aviation" during
the Grasshopper Fly-In to benefit the Humane Society of Vero Beach
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part to opposing candidates
and Common Ground mak-
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was charter government.
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poses," he said. "That's not
our montra."
District 3 County Commis-
sioner Gary Wheeler, the
only one of the Association's
choices that won, narrowly
defeated a challenge by
Gary Parris, a Common
Ground-backed candidate.
Incumbent District 1
County Commissioner Wes-
ley Davis, a Common
Ground pick, rebuffed a
strong challenge by Susan
Boyd. Ms. Boyd had
endorsements from the
Association and a local
union.
Perhaps the most interest-
ing race was that for County
Commission District 5
which pitted incumbent
Sandra Bowden, who was
previously backed by IRNA,
but instead this time by
Common Ground, against
challenges from former Mr.
Solari, a former Vero Beach
city councilman, Solari and
former Association Presi-
dent Honey Minuse.
Mr. Solari solidly beat the
competition, handing Mrs.
Bowden her first political
defeat in 18 years of public
service. She has served as
mayor of Vero Beach and as
chairwoman of both the
County Commission and
School Board.
Mr. Davis said he was "glad
it's over" and commented
that he believed voters had
concerns about the econo-
my.


"What I sensed out there is
people are focused,on taxes
and the economy. There are
lots of people hurting out
there and they tend to take it
out on elected officials," Mr.
Davis said.
Although the issue of char-
ter government became part
of some candidates' cam-
paign rhetoric, Mr. Davis
said residents are concerned
with more basic issues.
"This election is not about
charter or no charter, but of
families out there trying to
work and make a living and
businesses trying to sur-
vive," Mr. Davis said.
Proponents of charter gov-
ernment for Indian River
County want it implement-
ed because they claim it will
give the public direct say on
whether or not to approve
proposed changes to build-
ing densities or heights out-
side of the county's urban
service boundary.
Mr. Davis said "every bit
of growth we've had has
been within the urban serv-
ices boundary."
When asked to predict
what the new County Com-
mission will be like, Mr.
Davis said, "I think we'll
have a commission with
diversity based on good,
healthy debate."
Ms. Minuse was busy
fielding phone calls from
her supporters the day after
the election.
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the loss, she
vowed to
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Mr. Solari's strong win
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Minuse,will now pit him
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general election.
Mr. Solari, a political vet-
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either community group.
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groups are fine, but the
interests of small groups
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Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
David Lewis, of David Lewis Productions, works the mixing board for the band Velvet Pocket at the Environmental Learn-
ing Center Walk-A-Thon Aug. 23 at the Indian River County Fairgrounds. Proceeds from the event will help rebuild the
center after a fire destroyed a portion of the campus in July.


Community supports effort

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By Jessica Tuggle
For Hometown News
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Two
months after a lightning strike set
fire to the Environmental Learning
Center in Vero Beach, reconstruc-
tion is beginning.
"Native Habitat is clearing a path,
a 12-foot wide swath, to get the
construction and demolition trucks
in, said Holly Dill, executive direc-
tor.
On June 30, fire destroyed the Wet
Lab pavilion and public restrooms
of the center that teaches children
how to care for the environment.
Center supporter Krystal Evans
decided to help the rebuilding
effort, saying, "They are such an
important part of our community."
Ms. Evans was first introduced to
the center in high school and has
continued to support it.
"They, teach about conservation
and preservation of the environ-
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the local environment. We're so
blessed to have the Indian River
Lagoon right here," she said.
Ms. Evans, office manager at
David Lewis Productions, decided
to help the center by hosting a
walk-a-thon on Aug. 23. at the Indi-
an River County Fairgrounds event
building.
"It went really well," Ms. Evans
said.
"Altogether, we raised a little over
$5,000 and an additional anony-
mous donor matched it, so we
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the. Environmental Learning Cen- Deb Daly left, owner of Decorative Arts,
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Other local businesses pitched in
to help the ELC as well. tique, came up with the idea to hold their
Deb Daly, owner of Decorative own 'fire sale' during the Shop for the
Arts inVero Beach, hosted a special Cause sale at Decorative Arts Aug. 15. The
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sage at the right time,
which was fiscal responsi-
bility," Mr. McCain, who is
a father of two and a CPA,
said.
"I believe it really rang
true with the voters," Mr.
McCain said.
Gary Wheeler also
emerged victorious in his
primary race for County
Commission District 3.


"I try to be consistent,
fair and objective," Mr.
Wheeler said, "and I think a
good percentage of people
generally respect someone
who's honest with them."
Mr. Wheeler, the incum-
bent, also spoke highly of
Gary Parris, his major
opponent in the Republi-
Scan primary.
"He was very much a gen-


tleman," Mr. Wheeler said.
"I enjoyed running the
race against him, he did a
good job and it didn't get
nasty like some races do,"
he said.
Mr. Wheeler said that
working on the Interlocal
Agreement regarding
annexations and dis-
cussing impact fees would
most likely be his focus
should be elected in the
coming months.
Deryl Loar, area com-
mander for the Florida
*Highway Patrol, won the
Republican nomination for
Indian River County,
defeating several candi-
dates including two who
work in the sheriff's office,
Bill McMullen and Kent
Campbell.
In the County Commis-
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Solari defeated incumbent
Sandra Bowden and oppo-
nent Honey Minuse with
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His focus will remain on
the general election in
November where he will
run against Brian Heady.
District 4 School Board
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disappointed, though gra-
cious in defeat.
"My service pn the School
Board was a blessing and I
enjoyed it," she said.
Mrs. Reuter expressed
continuing concern that
too much money is being
diverted to establishing
charter schools "which
have no accountability on
capital spending.'
She said that though the
county has money for
schools, the matching
state funds are, drying up
and will pose great chal-
lenges to School District
budgets.
Mrs. Reuter said she now
plans to "spend time with
her grandson" and enjoy
family time that was diffi-
cult to find due to School
Board commitments.


During their meeting,.
Elizabeth Hancock, a senior
aviation medical examiner
from Indialantic, gave a
presentation about prepar-
ing for medical clearance
exams, a concern for many
members who are afraid of
being denied because of
physical conditions.
The Grasshoppers are
proof that women have a
presence in the flight indus-


The winners of all the
races are listed below.
Complete results are avail-
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newsol.com. *U.S. Repre-
sentative, District 15
Bill Posey (R)
Stephen Blythe (D)
*Clerk of Circuit Court
Jeffrey K. Barton
*County Commissioner
District 1
Wesley Davis (R)
*County Commission Dis-
trict 3
Gary C. Wheeler (R)
*County Commission Dis-
trict 5
Bob Solari (R)
*Sheriff
Deryl Loar (R)
*School Board, District 2
Matthew McCain
*School Board, District 4
Claudia L. Jimenz and
Charlie Wilson will be in a
run-off election.
*Supervisor of Elections
Kay Clem (R); Colman-
Stewart (D)
Tax Collector
Stan Mayfield (R)


try, but there are far more
men involved than women,
Ms. Rochowiak said.
"As we get into the next
generations, maybe we'll see
more women exploring
space and flying out there,"
she said.

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classes to the community


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
The following courses
are offered at Adult Educa-
tion, a division of the
Indian River County School
District,
Computer classes offered
this fall include Introduc-
tion, Introduction &
Windows XP, Internet,
.Microsoft Word, Quick-
Books, Intermediate Excel,
creating DVD picture disc,
producing a video for the
Internet or DVD, digital
camera, intermediate
digital camera, Access, Web
page design, Publisher, E-
Commerce and E-Bay. Visit
the Adult Education office


to register and ask about
Microsoft Specialist classes.
Adult Educatiorq will have
a variety of life-enrichment
classes available that
i'include art (watercolor),
cooking, crochet, glass
jewelry (pendant), invest-
ing fundamentals, motor-
cycle safety, precious metal
clay'(pendant and broach),
digital camera, and others.
Many of these classes fill up
quickly; register now at the
Adult Education School
office.
Adult Education offers
free GED preparation
classes. Students can work
at their own pace in a
.small, comfortable, and
quiet setting. Classes are
available at the Adult


Education School in Vero
and at Sebastian River High
School.
View a full course sched-
ule for times, dates, and
course fees. The course.
schedule is available at the
office, at area libraries, and
at
www.indianriverschools.or
g Gift certificates are
available. Adult Education,
a division ofthe Indian
River County School
District, is at 142619th St..
downtown Vero Beach.
ESOL (English Speakers of
Other Languages) and GED
preparation classes are free
of charge to any community
member who would like to
attend. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 564-4970.


Editor's note: This is a
list of arrests, not convic-
tions, and all arrestees are
presumed innocent
unless or until proven
guilty in a court of law.

Vero Beach Police
Department
*Princesullman G.
Mohammed, 24, no address
given, was charged with
tampering with evidence and an
unlawful display of a weapon.
*Wanda Perez, 48, 664 30th
Ave. Southwest, Vero Beach,
was charged with violation of
probation. She was on probation
for organized fraud and failure to
redeliver leased property.
*Paul Donald Coleman, 38,
2105 18th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with organized fraud
and possession of oxycodone
without a prescription.
*Justin Bryan Powell, 24, 1640
42nd St., Unit 103, Vero Beach,
was charged with burglary and
battery.
*Herman Magana- Guiterrez,
32, 243 S. Willow St., Sebastian,
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender.
Indian River County
Sheriff's Office
*Cody Adam Curtis, 21, 2916
22nd St., Vero Beach, was
charged with robbery with a
deadly weapon, aggravated
battery and second-degree petit
theft. He also was charged by
the Florida Department of
Corrections with violation of
probation. He was on probation
for fraudulent use of a credit
card, two counts of forgery and
organized fraud.
*Brandon Mitchell Frost, 20,
4246 36th Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with robbery with a
deadly weapon, aggravated
battery and second-degree petit
theft.
*Ali Kai Roche, 22, 1640 42nd
,Square, Unit 103, Vero Beach,
was charged with burglary of a
dwelling and battery.
,Kyle Passmore, 39, 2340
86th Court, Vero Beach, was
Charged with sale or delivery of
ecstasy and possession of
ecstasy.
*Sonny Amerino Smiroldo, 25,
607 Altimire N.W., Palm Bay
was charged with possession of
Xanax and roxycodone without
a prescription and introduction
of contraband into a detention
facility.
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Drive, Palm Bay, was charged
with being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Wayne Allen Nure, 31, 1665
41st Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
possession of a firearm or
ammunition by a convicted
felon..
*Derrick AntwornAdams, 23,
865 Fifth Court, Unit 204, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine.
*Brian Spann, 25, 5043 32nd
Court, Vero Beach, was charged
with conspiracy to commit
burglary and conspiracy to
commit second-degree grand
theft.
*Lisa Caldwell, 36, 2543 Third
St. S.W., Vero Beach, was
charged with second-degree
grand theft.
*Timothy Rogers James, 22,
8875 64th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender.
*Ryan Michael Reed, 26,
5060 Fairways Circle, Apt.
F108, Vero Beach, was charged
with being a habitual traffic
offender, aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon and child
abuse.,
*Cheryl Ann Ryan, 48,12695
80th Ave., Sebastian, was
charged with aggravated
assault and resisting an officer
without violence.
*SylvestorK. Mitchell, 38, 305
S.E. Hanover Place, Apt. 203,
Lake City, was charged with
being a habitual traffic.offender.
*Jonathan Lee Mann, 26,
2666 11th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with uttering a forged
bill, check or draft and third-
degree grand theft.
*Arthur Lewis Sims, 42, 3353
45th Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with issuing a
worthless check.
*Tiffary Monic Noble, 27, 109
Camelot Place, Fort Pierce,


was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender.
*Ernest Carlton Wyatt Jr., 19,
no streetaddress listed, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon and battery.
*Seari P. Richardson, 35,
4805 38th Circle, Unit 206, Vero
Beach, was charged with
cultivation of marijuana and
tampering with evidence.
*Pauline Tillman, 24, 4117
18th Place,; Vero Beach, was
charged with felony retail theft.
*Johnny James Davis, 33,
5865 59t Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with grand theft
and possession of methamphet-
amine.
*David Lawrence Snyder, 48,
1879 33rd Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with felony driving
under the influence.
*Shawn M. Arnold, 24, 942
19th Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with dealing in stolen
property and retail theft.
*Tequoin Leigh Bilbo, 20,
1305 26th Court Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged with
possession of alprazolam
(Xanax) without a prescription.
*olanda Dechuan Davis, 39,
1925 Northwest 114th St.,
Miami, was charged with failure
to appear in court on a charge
of being a habitual traffic
offender.
*Timothy Leonard Auguste,
18, 1796 S.W. Erie St., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with failure
to appear in court on a charge
of third-degree grand theft.
Florida Department
of Corrections
*Troy S. King, 38, 1620
Central Ave., Sebastian, was
charged with violation of
community control. He was on
community control for bribery of
a public servant.


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Where are the intelligent candidates?

I wanted to say that I'm disappointed in the lack of edu-
cation in the candidates in Indian River County. With all
the money in this county, you'd think the candidates
would be smarter.

Fed up with propaganda

Is everyone as disgusted and fed up with all the political
propaganda we have been subjected to for the last several
months?
Unsolicited phone calls all hours of the day and-night.
By the way political and charitable phone solicitations
can't be blocked on a do hot call list and no junk mail lists.
I hang up as soon as the recording starts or let the
answering machine screen my incoming calls as well as
take the junk political mail directly to the recycle bin in
the garage.
Political pundits listen up. People don't want the calls
or the mail and it has a negative effect instead of a posi-
tive influence so save your campaign funds for something
more productive. I read the newspapers, including edito-
rial comments and letters from subscribers to form my
opinions as well as listen to the candidates themselves.

A reason for no rants

A comment in this week's Rants and Raves said .there
weren't a lot of contributions to the section anymore.
I've written about outrageous bills from, utilities for
years, and the only thing that has happened has been
that my bill has gone up. So I stopped sending them in.

Living next to a dump

I have a neighbor that has four unregistered cars on
his property that he fills with junk. For me it's like living
next to a dump. Why won't code enforcement do some-
thing about it? I have complained, yet nothing has hap-
-pened. How can-the city-expect more businesses to-
"come to the area when it looks like a dump?


Don't be greedy

First of all, I give to charities..I give what I can. I can't
'gige a large amount, but I try to give to different ones.
'One thing I don't like about some organizations is that.
t' he\ say "Thank you for your $25 donation" before I have
aa chance to offer them anything. I never give them that
* much moneN, but I think they try to trick you. I. don't
Know why they do it. I can't give that much, but I try to
give what I can. I think that's unfair of them. They might
lend up with nothing.


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Getting the care giving help you need


ast week I wrote about
my realization that
care giving was
becoming too hard for me
to go it alone. This \;eek,.
I'll tell you about how i
found help.
The morning began uith
ants in the kitchen. I found
Roy trying out insecticide
on them and the cats
sniffing around. I didn't
know who to grab first. It
was Roy's day to go to the
adult day center run by the
Council on Aging of Martin
County, and he had to.wash
and have breakfast and be
ready by 8 a.m., when the
Community Coach would
arrive.
Somehow I got the cats
locked up so they wouldn't
Sualk in the insecticide, got
Roy's hands washed, so he
could eat, dealt with the
ants and got'Roy on the
bus. Then I sat down and
cried and cried as I hadn't
in.a very long time.
When I stopped, I was in
a daze and I wasn't sure
what to do. I called the day
center, because they know
Roy and I told them that I
didn't know if I could
continue to care for him at
home, that I was beginning


ALIVE
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SHELLEY KOPPEL


to fold. Miriam at the
center asked me what I
needed. I said I couldn't
take care of everything
anymore and within an
hour, she'd arranged for
some additional hours of
home help to help with the
cleaning.
Pat comes to our home
and we laugh and together
we are putting things away
and clearing away the
clutter. It's a small way for
me to take control of a
situation where I have so
little control. I have learned
that this is considered a
bona fide coping mecha-
nism when you try to make
sense out of a life that has
little in your control.
I have also begun going
for grief counseling at
Treasure Coast Hospice.
Perhaps grief counseling
seems odd in advance of a
loss. But with a disease like
Alzheimer's, you are losing
your loved one in inches.
Roy is not the same


person he was, and I
mourn that loss and feel
the pain and anger anyone
does when they are
grieving. Jo Ellen at Hos-
pice is helping me cope
with the feelings of grieving
for someone, while still
having to care for them'.
Laura Zel of Just Check-
ing, our caregiver coun-
selor since Roy was diag-
nosed, continues to give
moral and practical
support. It helps to have
someone who knows us so
well, as she is able to talk
honestly about the changes
Sin Roy and to reassure me
that I'm doing a good job. I
always think I should be
doing better. She's also
great to talk to on the
phone when I need a pep
talk.
Roy has begun falling
again. A recent fall resulted
in 21 stitches in his arm. In
one banner week, he had to
have stitches two days in a
row. He'd also begun falling
out of bed, and on one
memorable night when he
fell out and cut his face, I
got to bandage his ear so
that he looked like van
Gogh. I told Michelle, our
case manager, and she


found a bed rail that
someone had donated to
the council. She also signed
us up for an alert button
that Roy can wear when I
am not with him. The costs
of these services are based
on income.
I have learned there are
people who want to help
and have services available.
They can't find you,
however; you usually have
to make the first contact. I
now know that asking for
help is not an admission of
weakness, but of strength,
and I urge anyone who is
overwhelmed with the
burden of care giving to
seek help.
Look to the Web site of
the illness your loved one
has, call the local Council
on Aging, or call 211 if your
area has that help avail-
able. Be persistent. It may
tale a few calls to reach the
right person, but you will
find someone to talk to.

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


New PCsbring new operating systems


A anyone who has been
Sin the market for a
Xnew (Windows)
computer lately has
probably noticed how
difficult it is to find'
anything that isn't pre-
loaded with Vista.
SI 'e worked with several
people over the last few
months who are looking to
replace an old machine,
and finding a new
machine with Windows XP
has turned out to be a
tricky task.
Now I know what some
of you may be thinking.
Wh\ \Iould anyone who is
buying a new machine
want to get one with an old
operating system like XP?
That's a good question
but consider this: many
people have spent years
running Windows XP and
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desire to play with the
latest and greatest. Maybe
the old machine finally bit
the dust or has a problem
that is going to cost more
to fix than the price of a
new machine and they just
want to get something to
replace the old one.
You would think it would
be easy tq get up and
running as quickly as
possible with a replace-
ment, but:no!


COMPUTE
THIS
SEAN MCCARTH


Instead of running to the
store, buying a new
machine and picking up
where they left off, many
people are getting frustrat-
ed with having to learn a
new operating system as
well.
With Vista, some of the
things that we've learned
how to use over the years
have to be re-learned.
For instance, things such
as the pull down menus
that occupy the top left
portion of most programs
running on XP are gone.
Why? Why'did the folks at
Microsoft decide to do
away with that? It's as if
they did a survey and
found that users really like
and use the pull down
menus so they got rid of
them.
One of the things that I
could always count on (I
think I even wrote a
column about them in the
past) were the menus -
file, edit, view... etc. I
knew that I could always
find the command that I
was looking for buried in
the pull downs. But along
came Vista and they're


gone.
Now instead of getting
right back to work, we
have to stop and re-learn
how to do stuff along the
way. Yeah, it's frustrating
for people.
Other comments that
I've heard from people
getting used to the switch
from XP to Vista have to do
with the operating sys-
tem's "eye candy" called
Aero with its transparent
window borders and its 3-
D task switcher. Sure, it's
pretty, butI have yet to run
into anyone who has
found eye candy to be
something that makes the
switching experience any
easier.
When I sat down to write
this column this morning,
I really hadn't planned on
slammingVista. Seriously,
if you are buying a new
(Windows) machine and
Vista is the only operating
system that you can find, it
will still work for you (and
the special effects are
pretty cool). They
(Microsoft) have had time
now to work out a lot of
the bugs, so it's more
stable than it was when it
was first released. It's just
easy, I guess, to whine
when someone comes
along and changes things.
that we are used to.
What really got under
my skin was the feeling


that we have no choice in
the matter and are stuck
with the operating system
whether we are ready for
the change or not.
The fact of the matter is
that in this day of rapid
advancements, we actually
do have some choices (XP
just isn't one of them).
If spending the time
learning a new operating
system is not a problem
for you, than Vista will
certainly work. You could
even switch to a Mac and
enjoy all the benefits that
Mac users are always
gushing about. Or (for the
really adventurous) you
could even learn how to
run Linux. Talk about
learning a new operating
system.
Yeah, if you are really
adventurous and are not
afraid to experiment, try
running the latest Linux
"Ubuntu" distribution
called Hardy Heron. If you
think the eye candy in
Vista,(Aero) is pretty, wait
till you see what people
are doing with Ubuntu. In
fact, you can see for
yourself. Go to YouTube
and do a search for
"Ubuntu." You won't
believe your eyes.
Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


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'Safe and strong through troubled times


W th reports in the
news of some
financial institu-
tions facing problems due
to subprime mortgage
lending and the credit
crunch, you may be
wondering about the
financial stability of the
bank where you do busi-
ness and the safety of your
deposited funds.
How Strong is Your Bank?
Banks are generally
required to have significant
capital and reserves that
is, rainy-day funds for
tough economic times.
Federal regulators use
three important ratios to
determine how "capital-
ized" your bank is; in other
words how much capital
your bank has on hand
compared to the federally
required amount to be
considered "well capital-
ized" (see below). You can
find these ratios for your


RIVERSIDE
BANK
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banking institution by
logging onto the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corpo-
ration (FDIC) Web site at
www.fdic.gov.
The three federally
regulated ratio minimums
for a bank to be considered
"well capitalized" are:
Tier 1 leverage ratio 5
percent
Tier 1 risk-based capital
ratio 6 percent
Total risk-based capital
ratio 10 percent
Federally Backed Security
You can enjoy added
peace of mind knowing
that your deposits are
federally insured through
the FDIC, a U.S. govern-


ment agency. The FDIC is
backed by the full faith and
credit of the U.S. govern-
ment. Not one penny of
insured savings has ever
been lost by a customer of a
federally insured bank.
Each account holder's
funds are insured up to
allowable limits, which are
at least $100,000, and
retirement accounts such
as individual retirement
accounts and Keoghs are
separately insured up to
$250,000.
If your savings exceed the
amount covered by the
basic insurance limits, you
can extend your FDIC
coverage by establishing
different types of accounts.
The FDIC insures accounts
in different ownership
categories separately.
You can get up to
$100,000 of additional
insurance for your interest
in accounts owned jointly


with someone else and for
trust accounts of which you
are a beneficiary. Check
with your bank to find out
how to set up your
accounts to maximize your
FDIC insurance coverage.
Some banks can provide
FDIC coverage up to $50
million if they belong to a
network called the Certifi-
cate of Deposit Account
Registry Service (CDARS).
You can find out if your
bank is a member of the
CDARS network and
information about the
program at
www.cdars.com.
Put your mind at ease by
doing a little homework to
determine the safety and.
stability of your bank.
This article was submitted
by Alan Polackwich, Indian
River County president at
Riverside Bank. Alan can be
reached at (772) 360-6998.


Bank offers disaster recovery kit


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Riverside Bank has com-
piled a comprehensive col-
lection of information to
educate and assist individu-
als, families and.businesses
in the event of a natural dis-
aster like a hurricane or
flood.
Called a disaster recovery
kit, it's free and available at
any Riverside Bank office
within-the Bank's ten-county
service area.


The kit includes invaluable
information such as 11 ways
to save on your homeowners
insurance, knowing your
rights about water intrusion,
cleaning up mold, what to
expect from your homeown-
ers policy if you' need to
move, out of your house and
more. Plus, it contains valu-
able local emergency con-
tact information, assistance
numbers, contractor infor-
mation and small business,
help.
"We've seen how people
struggle in the aftermath of


storms and other natural,
disasters, most recently the
flooding from Tropical
Storm Fay," said Alan Polack-
wich, Riverside Bank presi-
dent in Indian River County.
"One of Riverside's core val-
ues is to show we care. By
providing practical assis-
tance and tools to our cus-
tomers and residents in the
home towns we serve, we are
living up to our values."
Riverside Bank is also
prepared to host disaster
recovery seminars if and
when a natural disaster


strikes an area serviced by
the Bank. The seminar
speakers will be consumer
outreach and education
coordinators from the
Stafe of Florida's chief
financial office, specifically
trained to help people
recover from such catas-
trophes. They will present
invaluable information as
well as offer one-on-one
consultations with atten-
dees.
To find a convenient office
in Indian River County, call
(772) 567-5250.


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Lillian Esposito
Lillian Esposito, 69, of Vero
Beach, died Aug. 4, 2008, at
the VNA/Hospice House in
Vero Beach.
She was born in Mamaro-
neck, N.Y, and moved to
Indian River County 23 years
ago, coming from Newtown,
Conn.
She is survived by three
daughters, Lisabeth Keith of


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Obituaries


Vero Beach, Donna Niegel of
Eugene, Ore., and Caren
Dixon of Newtown, Conn.;
two sons, Perry Esposito of
Richmond, Va., and Dom
Esposito, Jr. of Alpharetta,
Ga.; and twelve grandchil-
dren.
No services are planned at
this time.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the VNA Hos-
pice Foundation, 1110 35th
Lane, Vero Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Irene Louise Nelson
Leinberger
Irene Louise Nelson Lein-
berger, 90, of Vero Beach,
died Aug. 17, 2008, atAtlantic
Healthcare Center in Vero
Beach.
She was born in Canada,
and moved to Vero Beach 22
years ago, coming from
Rockford, Ill.
She had been a member of
Our Savior Lutheran Church
inVero Beach, theVero High-
lands Coffee Club, the Vero
Highlands Homeowners
Association and a volunteer
with Meals OnWheels.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 22 years, Robert
Leinberger of Vero Beach; a
son, Harold Krewson ofWin-
ter Haven; two step-daugh-
ters, Janice Corey and Joyce
Mitchell, both of Vero Beach;
nine grandchildren; eight
great-grandchildren and two
great great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death
by two previous husbands,
Russell Krewson and Charles
Robinson; and a son, John
Krewson.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the VNA Hos-
pice Foundation, 1110 35th
Lane, Vero Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Eleanor K. Gordon
, Eleanor K. Gordon, 80,: of
Vero Beach, died Atig. 17,
2008, at the Indian River
Medical Center in Vero
Beach.
She was born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., and moved to Vero
Beach 16 years ago, coming
from Fairlawn, N.J.
She was a computer
instructor, a member of St.
Helen Catholic Church in
Vero Beach, and a member
of the Humane Society in
Vero Beach.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 54 years, Howard
Gordon ofVero Beach.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Major D. Surles
Major D. Surles, 82, of Vero
Beach, died Aug. 19, 2008, at
the VNA Hospice House in
Vero Beach.
See OBITUARIES, A10


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Vero Beach retirement


community to expand


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH ACTS
Retirement-Life Communi-
ties recently broke ground
on a $38 million expansion
at Indian River Estates, a
full-service continuing care
retirement community in
Vero Beach.
The new expansion is
replacing an existing 100-
bed WillowBrooke Court
Skilled Care Center, which is
designed to accommodate
seniors needing nursing
care and dementia support.
The expected opening of
WillowBrooke Court is in
2010.
ACTS is the nonprofit par-
ent company of Indian River
Estates East and West, and
three CCRCs in southeast


Florida and one in Pensaco-
la. ACTS also owns and
operates 14 other life care
communities throughout
the East Coast, and tradi-
tionally spends approxi-
mately $40 million annually
in community renovations
and expansions.
"We continue to experi-
ence a high demand for life
care retirement living,
which has initiated this
building boom," said
Charles W. Coxson, III, ACTS
regional vice president.
"Older adults want an active
lifestyle with the assurance
of on-site long-term care
services, if efer needed, and
'at no additional cost."
ACTS has an active waiting
list of more than 2,000 peo-
ple, some of whom will wait
up to four years for an apart-


ment home of their choice.
There is some current avail-
ability at Indian River
Estates, which is home to
approximately 846 residents
at both campuses.
Indian River Estates serves
the greater Vero Beach area
as a continuing care retire-
ment community for people
age 62 and above, offering
resort-style retirement liv-
ing in private residences
with guaranteed access to
assisted living and skilled
nursing care. Individuals
must '-, able to Ilve sadel on
their (o ri whlen Iimoing in i
the community, which
includes more than 600
apartment and 'illa resi-
dences.
For more information call
(772) 562-8700, or visit ACT-
Sretirement.com.


Library system offers


McDonald's Reading Challenge


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- During National Library
Card Sign-up Month in Sep-
tember, there's an extra
incentive for young readers
to pick up a book: The six-
teenth annual McDonald's
reading challenge.
With support from Trea-
sure Coast County libraries,
the reading "challenge
encourages children in
grades K-5 to visit their


libraries during September.
Children who sign up for a
library card or show a valid
library card receive a reading
challenge visit card and
coupons for free McDonald's
food, while supplies last.
Ronald IMcDp ald will
host a reading hour at the
Indian River County Main
Library, 1600.21st St., Vero
Beach, on Sept. 3 at 4 p.m.
and at North Indian River
County Libraytdit'Sebastian
Blvd., Sebastianon Oct 1 at
3:30 p.m. ,i


Completed reading chali
lenge cards also qualify chil-
drenr for a prize drawing,
including Wal-Mart gift cer-
tificates, a gift basket fr6m
Dairy Farmers, and books,
among other prizes.
McDonald's launched the
program as a way to encour-
age children to discover all
their libraries have to offer.
Complete rules for the
McDonald's Reading Chal-
lenge are pyailable at partici-
paring libmrries or by calling
(561) 208-4178.


Vero
From page Al
team was defense and the
squad didn't disappoint Fri-
day night, limiting Sebast-
ian River to 143 .yards of
offense.
"The defense is still a little
bit young," Coggin said. "We
still have some positions
that'have not been worked
out yet."
Also contributing in the
win was Patrick Baker, who


Building
From page A3
Ms. Dill said the ELC
appreciates all the efforts to
help with donations.
"Every $25 check is help-
ful," Ms. Dill said.
The Center is still open for
visitors and the parts
untouched by the fire are
still lovely, Ms. Dill said.


was good on all three extra-
point attempts. The first-
year kicker transferred from
Saint Edward's and is look-
ing to replace the talented
Max Feurer.
"We were so comfortable
With that (the kicking game)
the last two years," Coggin
said. "We're used to that
being a strength. We're
spoiled.
"Max was such a diligent
worker. You get in that com-
fort zone because you're
used to seeing Max do it.
"(Baker's) He's improving.


"It's a beautiful coastal
hammock," she said.
"The ELC is the only pri-
vate nonprofit nature cen-
ter with a mission of envi-
ronmental education," Ms.
Dill said.
"We are educating chil-
dren who in years to, come
will be better stewards of
the environment as a result
of our work."
As far as reconstruction


I don't think he's reached his
comfort level."
Sebastian River looks to
improve its performance
when it counts, in its season
opener against the Tirans.
Vero Beach hosts Fort Pierce
Westwood, which will be an
early litmus test for the best
two Treasure Coast teams
last season.
"Westwood ma\ hate the
best team in the history of
the school," Coggin said.
"There are no gimmes. You.
have to go out there and
earn it."


goes, the building "foot-
prints" will stay the same.
Ms. Dill said. but the
arrangement of rooms may
change depending on
needs.
For more information on
the ELC and hox% to donate
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Obituaries
From page A8
He was born in Orrum,
N.C., and lived in Vero Beach
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during World War II.
He was a general manager
for Steil Oil Company inVero


Beach, and most
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ty Guard at the Indian River
Charter High School from
2003-08.
He was a member of King's
Baptist Church in Vero
Beach.
He is survived by his wife,
Missiouri Surles of Vero
Beach; two sons, Mark D.
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Willie Fred Brown
Willie Fred Brown, 73, of
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He was born May 15, 1935,
in Pike County, Ala., and
moved to Vero Beach 35
years ago.


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truck driver and grov
man for more than 40
He is survived b
daughters, Willetta An
of Vero Beach, and M
Brown of Gifford;
Willie Fred Brown, Jr.
Beach; and four grar
dren.
Arrangements were
the direction of Cox-G
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Crematory in Vero Bea

Bernard Schwa
Bernard Schwartz, 8
Aug. 16, 2008, at his hi
Vero Beach.
He was born in Brc
N.Y., and lived in Vero
for 20 years, coming
Larchmont, N.Y.


yed by He served in the U.S. Navy
Citrus during World War II, and was
e fore- an active volunteer for the
years. Humane Society of Vero
)y two Beach, St. Vincent DePaul,
derson and the State of Florida
iichelle GuardianAd Litem.
a son, He is survived by a daugh-
ofVero ter, Dr. Jody Schwartz of
ndchil- Monterey, Calif.; and a broth-
er, Arthur Schwartz of Boca
under Raton.
,ifford- He was preceded in death
ne and by his wife, Elaine Schwartz.
ch. Strunk Funeral Home in
Vero Beach handled the
rtz arrangements.

2, died Susan Rae Bock
ome in
Susan Rae Bock, 46, died
ooklyn, Aug. 17, 2008, at Indian River
Beach Medical Center in Vero
g from Beach.
She was born in Fairmont,
Minn., and lived in Vero
Beach for six years, coming
from Fenton, Md.
She was of the Methodist'
faith.
Tr 'She worked in the medical
field as a Nuclear Medical
Technician.
ii She is survived by her hus-
- band of 18 years, Robert
Daniel Bock of Vero Beach; a
son, Jeremy Daniel Bock of
Vero Beach; a daughter, Jen-
nifer Amanda Bock of Vero


Beach; his mother, Arlene--"
Frazier of Arnold, Mo.; a,
brother, Michael Frazier of&
Little Rock, Ark.; and a sister, *
Joanne Lawrence of Grarid
Rapids, Mich.
She was preceded in death
by her father, Clyde Frazier.
Shrunk Funeral Home in!
Vero Beach handled the
arrangements.

Carrie Bernice
Walters
Carrie Bernice Walters, 96, :
died Aug. 14, 2008, at Indian
River Estates Medical Center',.
inVero Beach.
She was born in Altoona,-n
Pa., and lived in Vero Beach,,
for 31 years, coming from.'
Cocoa Beach.
She was a member of Com-
munity Church United,
Church of Christ, Vero Beach.'
She was preceded in death'
by her husband, William H..
Walters.
She is survived by a niece,':
C. Louise Turnbull of Saraso-;
ta.
At the family's request there
will be no services at this
time.
Arrangements were by
Strunk Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.
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Selecting ground covers and


attracting butterflies


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ground covers.
Especially with the recent
heavy rains, most of our
mulches and stones have
most likely either been
washed away or pounded
down into the soil.
Every year new ground
covers are introduced in all
colors from natural to black.
Many ground covers,
especially pine bark, tend to
attract wood-destroying
pests, such as carpenter
ants and termites, and if
they are applied near the
home, you can bring these
pests much closer to your
structure then you would
like.
Cypress mulch has always
been and still is the best
overall ground cover if you
are going to use it near a
structure. Cypress has a
natural tendency to deter
pests. The mulch that is
labeled red mulch is
actually a regular ground
cover, usually cypress that is
treated with a red dye to
give it the rich red color that
many homeowners love to
use in their landscapes.
One of the most innova-
tive ground covers that I
have come across is a
product called Term-A-Rid.
This is a premium- grade
cypress mulch that is
treated with boron, so it
actually kills termites when
they try to eat it. As with any
ground cover, you should
apply it about two inches.
thick to keep weeds from
popping through and also
to take advantage of the
termite-killing properties of
the product. I'm using it
around a wooden deck that
I have attached to the back
of my house.
Keep in mind that this is
not a total termite control
program.but-rather. it
should be a supplement to
one.
As a general rule for all
ground covers, you should
use about eight to nine 2-
cubic foot bags per every
10-by 10-square-foot area.
That would leave you with a
minimum 2-inchrecom-
rnended depth.
When planning- gardens,
*many people want to attract
butterflies. Milkweed is one
sOch plant and, in addition
to attracting butterflies, it is
also very colorful. Milkweed


By planting these and
other butterfly-friendly
plants, you can add the
beautiful color of these
delicate creatures to your
yard.
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attract the Monarch butter-
fly. I have planted several in
my yard and they will add a
very exotic charm to your
yard.
These delicate plants ,
grow 2-5 feet high and grow
well in any kind of soil. They
also require a minimal
amount of water, but I find I
need to water mine about
every other day to prevent a
"droopy" look they some-
times get. The plants also
have large seedpods that, if
left on the plant, will spread
the plant to other areas of
the garden. If you do not
want the plant to spread,
cut the pods off before they
dry and open. The silkin the
seedpods was actually used
during World War II as filler
for life jackets. That's a lot of
milkweed!
Another common plant
that is a very colorful
butterfly attractant are
pentas. They are available at
almost all local garden
centers and do very well in
both sun and partial shade.
They do like soil that retains
moisture and can be
propagated from cuttings
during the spring. They also
make great container
plants. I have several of
these beauties scattered
around the garden and they
really offer a great color
spectrum.


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TUESDAY, SEPT. 2
SRiverside Children's
Theatre fall classes in
drama, dance, voice, video
production and technical
theater begin Sept. 2.
New for this year are pre-
school classes taught by early
childhood educator Julie dos
Santos. Call the theatre for
class description, dates and
fees.
After school workshops for
beginning, intermediate arid
advanced classes, a total of
43 offerings, are taught by
theater and dance profession-
als inlcuidng Riverside staff
members.
Instruction is also offered at
the gifford Youth Activity
Center as a part of the county
school district's after-school
programming.
Registrations are currently
being accepted at the
Riverside Children's Theatre
offices located at 3280
Riverside park Drive in Vero
Beach.
For more information, call
(772) 234-8052 or visit
online at www.riversidethe-
atre.com.

THROUGH SEPT. 5
SA Teen Photography
Contest at the North Indian
River County Library is being
conducted and students
entering sixth through 12th
grades are invited to submit
their favorite photographs.
A grand prize and runner-
up will be awarded in each of
three categories including
animals, people and land-
scape. .
Teens may submit a
photograph for all three
categories, but only one prize
will be awarded to an
individual.
The deadline for entries is
Sept. 5. Entrants are asked to
'bring photos to the library
where they will be displayed.
Registration forms are
available in the library or
online in the teen section at
www.sebastianlibrary.com
Prizes are provided by The
Friends of the North Indian
River County Library.
The North Indian River
County Library is located at
1001 Sebastian Blvd. In
Sebastian.
For.more information,
please call Amanda Atwater
at (772) 589-1355, Ext. 4519.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 6
*A Painting Workshop by
Award-winning Artist John
Baillywill be conducted at
the Vero Beach Museum of
Art from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m.
See OUT, B2


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
Only one year after its
inaugural season, the
Emerson Center's Human-
ities Series was awarded a
grant from the state's-
Humanities Council for its
overwhelming success and
high quality.
The well-attended and
acclaimed presentations
by six speakers and per-
formers during the 2007-
2008 Humanities Series
.resulted in the Florida
Humanities Council
encouraging Emerson
Center officials to apply for
a grant to offset the cost of
presenting this year's
series.
The grant was approved
and the Emerson Center's
Humanities Series will
receive $3,000 a year for


three years, according to
Joyce Levi, a program com-
mitteewoman, who also
serves as the Center's liai-
son to the council.
The council is an inde-
pendent, nonprofit organi-
zation and is the state's
affiliate of the National
Endowment for the
Humanities.
A myriad of Florida-
related topics are covered
by programs funded by the
council, including history,
folklore, literature, art, the
environment, music and
more.
Ms. Levi said that last
year's premier season of
the Humanities Series was
held to augment the suc-
cess of the. Emerson Cen-
ter's Celebrated Speaker
Series, which costs $220
for a four-program sub-
scription or $65 per ticket.


The Humanities Series is
free.
The Celebrated Speakers
Series features world-
renowned speakers and
began in March 2006 with
an appearance by news
commentator Judy
Woodruff.
"Last year was our first
year to do the Humanities
Series to balance our Cele-
brated Speakers Series and
the cost of that series," Ms.
Levi said.
She said that the Emer-
son Center is now a mem-
ber of the council, and
under council guidelines
must advertise the series,
but not charge admission
for it.
"We decided we'd like to
do it and last year the FHC
paid for three speakers and
we paid for. three," she
said.


. Last year, the series had
a sponsor to pay speakers-
She was very pleased
with the turnout for last
year's series, which aver-
aged 200 300 attendees, a
much larger than usual
attendance for this type of
program, which is com-
monly held in libraries and
schools for audiences
between 20 and 30 people.
"We were very thrilled
with the response. It was
what we had hoped for,
but not what we necessari-
ly expected in our first
year," Ms. Levi said.
Following each perform-
ance, attendees were
asked to fill out a response
card grading the quality of
the performer as well as
the Emerson Center facili-
ty.
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 09-05-2008


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By Julie Cleveland
For Hometown News
The kitchen table is the center of
focus in many homes. Families come
together over home-cooked meals
where they exchange ideas, informa-
tion, laughter and find comfort in
just being together.
The snack bar counter at 2002
Restaurant is one of those places that
is reminiscent of the kitchen table.
Folks gather around the hub of the
family-owned restaurant to enjoy
familiar faces and the laughter that
rings through the cozy kitchen area.
Everyone knows everyone, and there
are no strangers in this family.
"We have had. people meet at the,
counter that don't know each other
and begin conversations," said
owner Terry Lenzi. "The counter is a


big draw for us."
From there it's very easy to become
a regular in a restaurant that not only
has 'a wide variety of wonderfully
fresh, home-cooked food made daily,
but a staff that is incredibly pleasant,
happy and a lot of fun to be around.
Most of the staff members have
been with the Lenzis long term.
Pearl, who works in the kitchen and
makes sure that all the dishes are
sparkling and squeaky clean before
they get to the table, has been on
board for 20 years.
My husband and I count ourselves
in the regulars, crowd. We recently
had lunch in the fully enclosed sun
room.
We shared our favorite turkey club
sandwich on whole-wheat toast with
fries. The generous sandwich was


piled high with fresh lettuce, crispy
bacon and deli sliced turkey. We
always end up splitting the sandwich
because it is so large.
My husband and I have had the
pleasure of enjoying breakfast or
lunch at 2002 off and on since the
mid-'80s when it was originally in
the 2001 building, and was a small
lunch counter. The restaurant has
grown since then. Leon Lenzi took
the restaurant to its current location
at 575 21st St. (Miracle Mile) in Vero
Beach in 1987.
In 2001, Mr. Lenzi decided that he
wanted to retire. He sold the restau-
rant to his son and daughter-in-law,
Roger and Terry Lenzi. They have
been working 364 days a year ever
See 2002, B6


Aries-Match 21-April 19
You have a full plate in life.
Don't add any more respon-
sibilities until you digest or
delegate some of the present
ones. Which three of your
daily duties are most impor-
tant? If you can answer this
question you are on the way
to figuring out the future
direction. Act on these first
and your stress level will go
down. Now take time to play.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
You can always be counted
on to get the job done. You
work. best under pressure.
Just don't let the pressure
become stress. Your natural
inquisitiveness continues to
help you learn new ways,
test them through experi-
ence and then expand your
areas of expertise. You are a
vital part of the family and
work force.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Stay strong but remain
resilient. You have your crit-
ics. This is good. It shows that
you have something impor-
tant to say and you say it.
Don't fight .back. This is a
great sign of growth, when
others with different view-
points take you to task. You
have excellent judgment,
powerful : communication
skills and a quick mind. The
best is your 1Vifig, tafriig
heart.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Here is your inspiration for
the week. Say this each
morning when you awake:
"My life is filled with joy,
health and.prosperity. I gladly
share my blessings withoth-
ers.'I take time each day to
be quiet, meditate, refresh
my spirit and be inspired. I
choose to live in peace. This
is my day. I feel much grati-
tude for my rich, full life."

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Sensing, feeling and action
are more important than
over thinking. Use these
divine gifts and talents given
at birth. You were born for
positive leadership. Pull all
the stops, go all out and
move them forward. Your
planning skills are strong
.right now. You can expect
continuing success when you
claim and use these power-
ful gifts.

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as leader of the zodiac. With Saturn
out of retrograde you have much
freedom to move in the right direc-
tion. Take an inventory of your life
and decide where you want to go
for the rest of the year. Write down
and affirm these commitments and
you will see much new progress
and success.

Libra-Sept.23,OcL 22
The desire for a new and better
world lives strongly in your heart.
You are the bringer of balance and


healing. Your inner strength is
legion and well known. You are a
real humanitarian. You love children
and life. Your heart sings when you
see the young happy and doing
well. This love and zest will continue
to grow and inspire all around you.

Scorpio-Ocd 23-Nov.21
Much new information is coming
your way. Be sure to make time
each day to process it, think and
plan ahead. Get your ideas down on
paper. Then affirm them out loud.
Be firm in your decisions. Make sure
your heart is in a project before you
take action on it The moon in Scor-
pio gives you a powerful emotional


edge. You are a winner.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your spirit is strong right now. It's
like you are going through a
rebirthing into a new and higher
quality life. You are approaching a
major turning point as you find your
true self and purpose. Keep releas-
ing old habits, attitudes and things
no longer needed. Refocus on your
spirit and passion. Your inner light
will clearly bring victory.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
One of your greatest gifts is ambi-
tion. You have the physical
strength and inner fortitude to


accomplish everything'you want in
life. The journey to you is more
important than the destination.
You are at your happiest when you
help someone else to succeed.
Others admire your bravery. You
should write a book and share
with a larger audience.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb.18
The light within you continues to
shine and brighten the world
around you. You are a wonderful
and perfect reflection of the good,
creative power that gives, sustains
and increases life. Stay excited
about this great spirit that lives in
you. You love to serve and always


look for better ways. What a won-
derful life.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You always have a dream and a
kind word for others. You are an
eternal optimist. You give everyone
the benefit of the doubt. Why?
Because of your large heart. Your
positive attitude creates strong
bonds of friendship. So many peo-
ple love you. You constantly make
wise choices. You are sure to see
life unfolding and new doors
opening because of this great spir-
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Out
From page BI
"Oil and Acrylic: Expanding
the Parameters of Painting"
will teach students to utilize
visual thinking strategies to
guide the creative process
without worrying about the
final product.
SInspired by the conviction
that history remembersis the
art that inspires reflection, as
opposed to decorative art, this
workshop will primarily focus
on work that generates
observation, hypothesizing


and summarizing.
Cost of the workshop is
$160 and $150 for Museum
members.
To register for this, call
Museum Art School Manager
Ellyn Giordano at (772) 231-
0707, Ext. 116.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 7
SGrandparents Day will be
celebrated at McKee
Botanical Garden during the
first official celebration at the
Garden. Grandparents will be
admitted free with a paid
admission.


Grandparents Day was
established nationwide in
1978 on the first Sunday after
Labor Day to honor grandpar-
ents, and Mckee Botanical
Garden wants to honor area
grandparents by giving them
an opportunity to walk
through the garden with
family and friends.
McKee Botanical Garden is
located at 350 U.S.. I in Vero
Beach. General admission is
$6 for adults; $5 for seniors
and $3.50 for children ages 5
to 12.
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The Garden is open
Tuesday Saturday from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday
from noon to 5 p.m.
For more information, call
(772) 794-0601.
SEPT. 8 THROUGH DEC. 17
North Indian River
County Library Children's
Library programs are now
offering registration for the
fall session, which begins
Monday, Sept. 8, and
continues through Dec. 17.
Programs offered are
Toddler Time on Mondays
from 10:15 to 11 a.m. for 1
to 3 year-olds; Baby Time on
Tuesday from 11:30 to noon
for birth through 2-year-olds;
Twilight Tales on Tuesdays
from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. for
school-age children and
story time on Wednesdays
from 10:15 to 11 a.m. for 3
to 5-year-olds.
The North County Library is
located at 1001 Sebastian
Blvd. in Sebastian.
To register for programs or
for more information, call
(772) 589-1355.


FRIDAY, SEPT. 12
HairPeace returns to the
Indian River
County Main Library at 6
p.m. in a free
concert to celebrate the
return of autumn.
The popular duo who
perform a wide variety of'
folk, rock, blues and original
compositions, HairPeace has
been a favorite among library
concert attendees and library
officials have named the duo.
as their local house band.
This event is an outdoor
concert/picnic and attendees
are encouraged to bring
blankets, chairs and picnic
baskets to enjoy an evening
of fun and fine entertain-
ment.
The Main Library is located
at 1600 21st St. in down-
town Vero Beach.
For more information, call
(772) 770-5060, Ext 4121.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 16
S"Water Quality in the
Indian River Lagoon" will
be presented by Beth
McMillen at 7 p.m. at the
North Indian River County
Library.
See OUT, B4


Series
From page B1
"We had such encourag-
ing comments from the
audiences. We're so happy to
be able to do this and serve
the community in ways like
this," she said.
The 2008-2009 season
should prove to be as popu-
lar, and this year Emerson
Center officials hand-select-
ed the performers from a
long list.
"I'm very pleased with this
year's speakers who will
touch on lots of different
categories.
"We're starting the season
in October, which seems fit-
ting because it's National
Humanities Month," Ms.
Levi said.
The Humanities Series will
commence Thursday, Oct.
23, at 7 p.m. with a presenta-
tion by Judge Nelson Bailey
entitled "Florida Cracker
Storyteller of the Late
1800s."
Judge Nelson, a resident
and presiding judge from
Palm Beach County, is well-
known for his authentic


Florida Cracker portrayals.
He will be followed on
Dec. 4 by Bill Belleville, a
Florida author and environ-
mentalist, who will discuss
"Filming a PBS Documen-
tary on Marjorie K. Rawlings:
The Weave of Nature, Litera-
ture & Art on the St. Johns."
The series continues Jan.
29, 2009 with a presentation
by Florida author/histori-
an/journalist Eliot Klein-
berg, who will discuss "Flori-
da's Wacky History and Why
You Should Care."
"Silver Wings and Civil
Rights," a video about the
Tuskegee Airmen from
World War II, will be present-
ed by Jon Anderson, a Flori-
da documentary filmmaker.
As a very special guest,
Hiram Mann, Tuskegee Air-
man colonel, will also be
present.
' On March 12, Ron Cooper,
a philosopher and environ-
mentalist, will discuss "Our
Place in Nature: Are We In or


Out?"
The Humanities Series
concludes on.April 9 with a
presentation by James
Miller, a heritage planner
and former state archaeolo-
gist who will discuss "Flori-
dds Archaeological Her-
itage."

The Emerson Center at
the Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship ofVero Beach, is
located at 1590 27th Ave. at
the intersection of 16th


Street and 27th Avenue.
The Emerson Center is
handicapped accessible and
features several hundred free
parking spaces plus a state-
of-the-art auditorium, which
comfortably seats more than
800 people.
Admission to series pro-
grams is free and all perform-
ances are held on Thursday
evenings at 7p.m.
For more information about
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Ms. McMillen is the assistant
director for the Marine
Resources Council. She will
discuss how good (or bad) is
the lagoon's water quality for
wildlife and humans and
methods used for testing
those waters.
This is a free program
sponsored by the Turtle Coast
Sierra Club and the public is
cordially invited.
There will be a social hour
with refreshments beginning
at 6:30 p.m.
The North Indian River
County Library is located at
1001 Sebastian Blvd. In
sebastian.
For more information, call
the library at (772) 589-1355.
THROUGH SEPT. 21
SThe Vero Beach Museum
of art presents the Florida
Visual Art Fellowship exhibi-
tion in the Museum's Holmes
Gallery. Admission is free of
charge.
This traveling exhibition of
artwork from the recipients of
the state's Artist Fellowship
Program features works in
various media and showcase


the talents of some of the
state's most outstanding
artists.
The artists chosen were
reviewed under a highly
competitive process by a
panel of their peers. They
were selected for their
remarkable talent and career
achievements.
The Vero Beach Museum of
Art is located at 2001 River-
side Park Drive. in Vero Beach.
Summer hours are Tuesday
to-Saturday from 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. and Sunday from 1
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.

ONGOING EVENTS
-Riverside Children's
Theatre Auditions for
upcoming productions
commenced Aug. 6 and will
continue through April 2009.
For a schedule ofproduc-
tions, audition dates and
other information, call (772)
234-8052 or visit online at
www.riversidetheatre.com.
.2009 Emerson Center's
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popular sell-out series that
has brought internationally
acclaimed speakers to Vero
Beach.
The series kicks off Jan. 17,
2009, with an appearance by
Thomas Friedman, one of the
world's preeminent commen-
tators on international affairs
and a three-time Pulitzer Prize
winning author.
National Pulbic Radio's legal
affairs correspondent Nina
Totenberg will follow on Feb.
7.
Juam Williams, an Emmy
Award winning writer and
radio/television commentator,
will speak Feb. 28.
Concluding the series will
be Pulitzer Prize winning
author and historian David
McCullough on March 21.
Subscriptions are now
available at $220 for all four
speakers at either 4 p.m. or 8
p.m. performances. There is
limited seating availability for
the 4 p.m. presentations and
handicapped individuals are
encouraged to reserve their
seats for 8 p.m.
Summer box office hours
are 9 a.m. to noon MIonday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Single tickets at $60 each do
not go on sale until Dec. 1.
* The Emerson Center at the
Unitarian Universalist Fellow-
ship of Vero Beach, is located
at 1590 27th Ave. in Vero
Beach at the intersection of
27th Avenue and 16th Street.
There is parking for more
than 300 vehicles and the
state-of-the-art auditorium
seats more than:800 with
comfortable seating and
unobstructed views of the
raised stage..
Call the Emerson Ceifter box
office at (772) 778-5249 to
make reservations or visit
online at www.theemerson-
center.com,
-The Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents'"Meet the
Artist" Summer Sunday
Programs in conjunction with
the exhibition from the Florida
VisualArt Fellowship, which
are free and open to the
public on Sunday afternoons
at 3 p.m. Throughout the
summer months, artists have


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Out
From page B4
visited the museum and
presented slide presentations
in the museum's Leonhardt
Auditorium followed by a
gallery talk in the Holmes
Gallery.
Attendees are encouraged
to RSVP at (772) 231-0707,
Ext. 136.
The program schedule
concludes with painter John
Bailly on Sept. 7.
He received his MFA from
Yale University School of Art
and his work explores the
random nature of information
and the manner in which we
process it.
The museum is located in
Riverside Park at 3001
Riverside Park Drive in Vero
Beach.
For more information about
these programs or other
museum activities, call (772)
231-07070, Ext 136 or visit
online at www.verobeachmu-
seum.org.
*Is There a Doctor in the
House? Well, there is at the
Indian River County. Library's
main branch at 6 p.m. on
Tuesday.
And these doctors are


making house calls at the
library! A free and exciting
new series is offered to
promote optimum total
health for the new year with
the library's "Ask the Doc"
series, which will continue on
Tuesday evenings throughout
the year.
Each week, doctors will
discuss timely topics and
follow up with questions and
answers from the attendees.
These programs are free, but
space is limited and registra-
tion is required.
The main branch of the
Indian River County Library is
located at 1600 21st St. in
Vero Beach.
Call (772) 770-5060, Ext.
4121 to sign up.

ART GALLERIES
*ArtsMojo Gallery and
Showroom, 8802 North U.S.
1 in the Wabasso Plaza just
north of CR 510.
(772) 589-5454.
SGallery 14, 1911 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach.
The Gallery will kick off its
new "season" Friday, Oct. 3,
from 4 to 7 p.m. with an
opening exhibit by photogra-
pher Juan Camachman who
creates large-scale photos of


rock stars.
Also featured will be a show
by Gallery 14 artists entitled
"Body Electric" which is a
figurative show.
Through September, the
gallery is open Wednesday
through Saturday day from 10'
a.m. to 5 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 mediums.
Opening exhibit receptions
are held the first Friday of the
month.
Call (772) 299-1234 or visit
artistsguildgalleryverobeach.c
om for upcoming events.
*The Gallery at Windsor,
10680 Belvedere Square, Vero
Beach. By appointment 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) 234-
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 entertainment lineup,
visit www.hirams.com. (772)
589-4345
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Friday. Join us for poker on
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and Tiki Bar, 1405 Indian
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Delta Blues music Tuesday
nights by Ernie Southern.
The Sunday Concert Series
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There is no cover charge and
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The menu at 2002 consists
of lunch entrees, such as
walnut crusted chicken with
mashed potatoes for $7.29
and open-faced sandwich-
es, such as turkey or roast
beef with mashed potatoes
and gravy for $6.99.


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of fresh salads. Chicken
apple salad with grilled
chicken, apples, crumbled
bleu cheese, tomatoes and
onion for $7.29 or a bounti-
ful chef salad with turkey,
ham, Swiss, American,
tomato and onion for $6.99
make up a complete meal.
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All sandwiches come with
chips, fries or slaw.
The burger menu allows
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cheeses, including Swiss or
bleu in addition to Ameri-
can. The burgers can be
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chili, or bacon with all the
toppings. I think they have
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one omelet on it.
When we were there on
Tuesday, the omelet special
just happened to be aspara-
gus, zucchini and Swiss, a
bit of an A to Z omelet.
Another choice was a chili
and cheddar omelet. Toast
and hash browns accompa-
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Daily specials are a
chance for cooks Al and
Dave to really show off their
expertise in the kitchen. Al
has been with 2002 for eight
years and Dave has been
cooking for them for seven.
They make sure that the
food remains consistently
good.
The most popular daily
special is the turkey and
gravy on Thursdays. It sells
out incredibly fast. We once
asked our usual server, Susi
Grace, how early we had to
get to the restaurant to get
the turkey and she quipped,
"Wednesday."
The second best seller
they have is the Friday pot
roast with all the trimmings.
Fresh baked desserts and
a soup du jour rotate on the
specials menu.
2002 Restaurant is open
six days a week from 7 a.m.
* until 2 p.m. and is closed on
SMondays. The restaurant is
located at 575 21stSt. (Publix
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special mom memory


Hello, smart shoppers.
I am writing this
column on Aug. 19 as
Tropical Storm Fay rages
outside. Being stuck in the
house brought me back to
my pre-teen years and to a
very special mom memory.
We moved from a suburb
of the Bronx to a new home
inYonkers inWestchester
County, N.Y. I finally had my
own room; no more sharing
with my brother, and mom
had all new appliances,
including a full-size freezer.
A snow day was a special
event. Schools were closed
and daddy didn't go to work.
I don't know how she did it,.
but every snow day, mom
would make sausage and
peppers on crusty Italian
bread for lunch. Apparently
she always had Italian
sausage, sliced bell peppers
and bread in the freezer.
The house was filled with
the mouth-watering aroma
of what was to come, and we
couldn't wait to peel off our
snow-caked clothes to eat.
Of course a snow day lunch
was always followed by
hoinemade.cake. No matter
how I try, my sausage and
peppers don't satisfy me like
those snow day lunches did.
Buying a bunch of fresh
broccoli for one can have
you pretty tired of broccoli;
this is something I've
learned since mom is gone.
Whether it's hot or cold out,
no time is the wrong time
for cream of broccoli soup,
especially when it's my good
for you version.

MOM'S SNOW DAY
SAUSAGE AND
PEPPERS (NIB)
Remember, years ago pigs
were fed a higher fat diet,
making the meat tender and
juicy. We didn't know about
good fat vs. bad fat.
lMom would film a _killer[
:ith'ioil and start browning
thesausages. When they
were half done she'd add
sliced bell peppers, sliced
onions and garlic or garlic
powder. Not enough juice?


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ROMANCING including raw sausages i
THE STOVE pan and proceed as above
vwith he Serve with crusty Italia
rammy Guru bread.
ARLENEBORG CREAM OF
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She would add a little more BROCCOLI SOUP
oil. (NIB)
SAUSAE AD regular or low fat
SAUSAGE ANDserves 4-6


PEPPtRS
serves 2


Sausage and peppers is
not a low-fat meal. The way
you cook the sausage will
lower the fat somewhat. To
make this for more than two'
people, simply double or
triple the ingredients.
1-1/4 to 1-1/2 pounds of
Italian sausage, either
sweet or hot'
2 bell peppers, green, red
or any combination
1 medium onion, sliced
2 cloves garlic, cut up
Half of an 8 ounce can of
tomato sauce or 1/2-cup
spaghetti sauce
1/2-teaspoon dried
oregano
Few shakes of salt and
pepper
2 medium potatoes,
peeled and cut in 1-1/2
inch chunks (optional)
Cut sausage into 2- or 3-
inch pieces.
To cut the fat, place metal
cake cooling racks on a
cookie sheet. Spray the racks
with cooking spray. Preheat
Soven to 375 degrees. Bake
sausages on racks until
browned, pricking them
with a fork to allow the fat to
drain off.
Seed the peppers, cut in
strips and place, with
sausages and all ingredients
in a baking pan, then bake
*uncovered until almost
done, stirring halfway
through. Add 1/4-cup water
cJid stir. then cover.pan.
Bake about 10 minutes or
until potatoes are tender.
Add a little more water if
necessary.
To prepare the regular


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To make less, just cut the
ingredients in half.
NOTE: Soup can be made
up to the point of pureeing
and adding the broccoli
florettes, then cool the soup
and freeze it. Add the cream


after soup is thawed and
heated.
1 bunch fresh broccoli or
stalks and several florettes
1 large potato
1 large stalk of celery with
leaves
1 small onion
1 tablespoon snipped
fresh parsley or 1
teaspoon, dried
1/4-teaspoon dried thyme
Dash of garlic powder
1/2-teaspoon salt
1/4-teaspoon white or
black pepper
1-1/2 cups chicken broth
or one 14-1/2 ounce can
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f you are reading this
column, congratulations;
you very likely would
'keep your LPGA member-
ship card, should you have
one.
In case you missed the big
news this past week, the
LPGA announced that its
members must, after a two-
year membership, pass an
oral English exam. Yes, the
ladies tour wants all of its
members to be able to
converse in English.
It is part of the LPGA's
"Five Points of Celebrity."
Those points are: appear-
ance, relevance, approacha-
bility, joy/passion and '
performance. I would say
. being able.to speak in the
native language of the
country in which you are
making a living, thus being
able to speak to sponsors
and their clients, answer the
media's questions, and so
forth, falls under the
approachability point.
Over the past week, I've
heard arguments from both
sides of the issue.
Personally, I see nothing
wrong with requiring the
players on a tour played
predominantly in this
country to speak English.
This isn't an issue of"Ameri-
ca, love it or leave it" or "I,
had to learn English to work
here, so should you." It's
about money, marketing
and keeping a shrinking
group of sponsors happy.
One of the first things I
heard from those who
oppose the new require-
ment is that you cannot
force someone to learn a
language that they choose
not to learn. It cannot
possibly be constitutional.


GOLF
JAMES
STAMMER


Well, the LPGA is a private
business. While it cannot
exclude Asians or Euro-
peans or South Americans,
it can require English
language skills as a condi-
tion of participation, just as
it requires golf skills.
Look up "bona fide
occupational qualification."
Companies have a fair
amount of leeway in
determining what a BFOQ
is. This is a pretty straight-
forward case. In my opin-
ion, it is important to the
LPGA's business that it
keeps its sponsors happy.
Having players who can
speak and understand
English is a business
necessity.
The LPGA is a private
organization and its players
are independent contrac-
tors who have a choice as to
whether they want to meet
the terms and conditions of
a contract arrangement. The
same terms state players
must play in the pro-am in
order to play the tourna-
ment that week. Those same
terms state that players
must wear shorts, slacks or
skirts. If you insist that it is
your right to playing a thong
bikini, you won't be allowed
to play on the LPGA Tour.
It is myfunderstanding
from sources with the LPGA
that the tour has made
repeated efforts to motivate
non-English speakers to
learn enough English to


communicate with fans,
pro-am partners and media
alike. Either the players
chose to ignore the memos
or they lacked the ability to
read them and forced the
LPGA's hand in this.
I look at it his way. These
women are the facing
representatives for the
LPGA. Would you run your
business with customer-
facing employees that could
not speak English?
Could this matter have
been handled better?
Probably. But I do believe
that two years is plenty of
time to get with the pro-
gram. The LPGA tried to
handle this without making
the matter public, but it
took the threat of suspen-
sion as punishment to get
their attention.
Today's economic times
are tough and things aren't
getting better any time
soon. Sponsoring a
women's professional golf
tournament is not really
about getting return on
your investment. It is
almost a perk that was a
loss leader. You spend some
money to put your name up
there, allow your best
clients to play golf with
some pros, have a good
time at the tournament in
the hospitality suites and so
forth.
Now that the economy
has fallen on hard times,
companies aren't willing to
lose money for perks and
the wishes of corporate
egos. You have to bear down
and cut some luxuries.
Sponsoring the LPGA is a
luxury that has no place for
these companies in the new
economy. Forget the


"exposure" stuff from
marketing 101. Some
decisions are made on the
notion that the money
exists and this is the time to
spend it. Now that money is
drying up, the LPGA needs
to find ways to keep it from
disappearing altogether.
Having a tour filled with
personable players who can
communicate is the first
step.
Contrary to popular
opinion, tournament
sponsors generally do not
have first crack at the pro
am slots. What sponsor is
goingto want to have its
major clients play with a
pro who can't communicate
with them?
While not nearly as bad as
having.a boorish pro, it's
still not going to be a
memorable event for the
client. That lessens the
sponsor's return on invest-
ment even more.
While the way this was
rolled out is a public
relations fiasco, I don't
think it's unreasonable to
require those reaping the
benefits of LPGA member-
ship to do all they can to
sustain or grow them.
It's not about American
pride and wanting people
working here, or for an
American company, to
speak our language. It's
about survival, and at the
moment, the LPGA is
fighting to survive.
James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiastfor 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night Golf
Show on WPSL L590-AM
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1 cup half and half,
regular or fat-free
Cut florettes into small
clusters, set aside. Peel
broccoli stalks, potato and
onion; cut into large
chunks. Wash celery and cut
it up.
Cook vegetables in broth,
adding all ingredients
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Return pureed soup to
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covered, over low heat until
tender, stirring often.


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Serve with a sprinkling of
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LAND SALE 10 acre par-
cels starting @ $49,000,
5% down. Near Gulf.
Great Hunting/Fishing.
Owner financing. Pay-
ments start @ $399/
month. 1-352-542-7835
or 1-352-356-1099
MID TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS 5+ acres,
Beautiful Wooded
Mountain Top Property.
Excellent Cabin Site,
Scenic, River Access.
Just south of Dale Hol-
low lake $24,900 Owner
financing. 330-699-1585
MOUNTAINS OF North
Carolina: Price for quick
sale. Log cabin with acre-
age $86,500. Deck, cov-
ered porch, needs finish-
ing. 1-828-286-1666
N FL Acreage: 30 wood-
ed acres for $65K, Near
1-10 & 45.min from Talla-
hassee. Owner financing.
10% DP, 10% 'Int,
$515/mo (30yr loan).
866-433-9964.


N. C. MOUNTAINS near
Fontana Lake, streams &
longrange views, adjoins
USFS, lac-40ac home-
sites, from $24K, owner
finance. 904-514-5666
N. FLORIDA Acreage 30
wooded acres for $65K,
near 1-10. and 45 min
from Tallahassee. Owner
Financing 10% DP,
10% Int, $515/mo (30 yr
loan) Call 866-756-2286
NC: Smoky Mountain:
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Vacation or Wkly rental,
321-432-1557 $159,900
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active clubhouse, htd
pool. $600/mo.
772-337-3317


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HUTCHINSON ISLAND-
South Miramar 2/2
furnished luxury condo,
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All new furnishings, &.
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sauna, fitness, beach
access. No Pets No
Smoking $1300/mo in-
cludes cable & electric
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FORT PIERCE- 2/1.5
completely renovated,
Centrally located, Near
US1, Close to beaches
$750/mo. 305-772-4065
N. HUTCHINSON Island
Ft. Pierce, beautifully furn
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across from best beach,
lush landscape, new
kitchen & bath, wireless
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view. 2/2 approx 1,500sq
ft. Avail. Oct. 2008. Avail.
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short term, (min 6 mths),
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(min year) doug.hodson
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1-386-235-3865
PORT rST. LUCIE
Promenade at Tradition.
furnished 3/211 ground
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hours, great condition.
Good bike for a beginner.
Asking $1599.
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square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
FL. Beautiful pool & patio
area with tall privacy
fence, gazebo with hot
tub. $229,000. Call
386-658-3378 (home) &
386-208-2589 (cell). fsbo
RECESSION SPECIAL
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54 acres in 7 yr. Pines.
Dirt Road. Priced Below
Market at $1995/ac
for Quick Sale.
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1-800-741-5681
S.C. ACREAGE
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Fronts paved road, near
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SEBASTIAN Updated
2Br/2Ba with New appl.
in kitchen. All amenities,
Clubhouse, pool, tennis)
$850/mo. 772-538-0031
SEBASTIAN COTTAGE
furn 1-2 bedroom, utilit-
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from $195/wk 11330
U.S. Highway 1
772-321-3202
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Sebastian on the River,
gated- comm. Beautifully
fully furnished. Pool, clbh,
dock, tennis, elevator.
Appl req'd. $1000 annual.
Seasonal available.
NP/NS 772-559-5748
SEBASTIAN VLE
2-br/1-ba. Includes lawn
service, pest control,
water softener. Small pet
considered. $650/mo
772-589-1753
VERO LARGER 2BR
/1BA close to City Hall.
Central A/C. $595/mo.
Call 772-713-4363


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Day Special. Sept. Free
Rent. $600 sec. dep.
Move-in 2/1 $595/mo.,1/1
$495/mo 772-778-9482
VERO BEACH 55+ 1/1
fully furnished. 1st floor,
on golf course. Clbhs
pool, tennis, No pets.
$595/mo 772-475-5965
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SC & GA PROPERTIES
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Timber Tracts. From
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SE.TENNESSEE- Gated
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Tennessee
1-423-949-6887
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SOUTH CAROLINA -
Tired of Overcrowded,
Flat Florida? 5Acre Tract
w/Oaks, Hickories, Wild
Muscadines.
91'on Beautiful Lake
Hartwell $121,900.
239-463-1136
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ERET 1OW
VERO BEACH Cute 2/2,
large screen porch +
patio. Centrally located.
Small pet ok. $700/mo or
Neg. Avail Immediatly
772-538-3682
VERO BEACH Laguna,
3/2. Lots of amenities,
laminate floor, w/d, scrn
back patio overlooking
lake. Club house, pool,
gated community. Near
hospital & shopping.
$1050/mo. 321-243-8561
VERO BEACH waterfront
55+ 1-br/1.5-ba 1st. fl
Completely renovated &
beautifully furnished.
$795/mo. 772-388-2869
772-643-4091see photos
online at www.Hometown
NewsOL.com ad #35294
VERO BEACH- 1/1 Pri-
vate entrance. 1000 sqft,
in-law suite. Quiet neigh-
borhood. Full kit w/d, Incl
utilities, cable. $750/mo
+ deposit. 772-321-1689

lely low
VERO BEACH. Furn.
Studio on Royal Palm.
Tile floors. Pet friendly.
Partial utilities incl.
$475/mo. 772-473-4855
or 772-567-0054



VERO BEACH: Bright,
Sunny 1-br/1-ba/ car port
balcony. No Pets/smoke.
Walk to beach, dining &
shops. $750/mo
631-664-5332
WOW.
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly rim:.,'.
eled. 1br & 2br fi,,rT,
$575. Tile, New apple.
Close to Beaches Parks
& Rest. 772'IC.:'.,),1 j


SYLVESTER: GA: 3/3.5,
w/pool, 2377sqft, Hard-
wood. Floors,Equip Shel-
ter, 6 ponds, 36.94 acres
$400,000 Owner financ-
ing. 229-881-9003
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN 2 acres breathtak-
ing view. Building tract,
tall shade trees, river
access, beautiful pristine
property. Serenity for only
$49,900. Owner Financ-
ing. 1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage Breathtak-
ing Views, Streams, Cab-
ins. Owner Financing,
Call 1-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Retreat by Owner,
5+ acres, mostly wood-
ed property w/excellent
cabin site. Breathtaking
views, river access.
Just south of Dale Hol-
low Lake. Only $22,900.
Owner Financing.
1-931-839-6141


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Daytona Beach- 2 bdrm
annual rentals in beautiful
communities with resort-
style amenities from
$600/mo. 386-290-1225'
www. EquityLifestyle.com
FORT PIERCE- .1306
Ave K 3 bedroom 1 bath
$700 month Fenced
yard, Stove, refrigerator
305-479-3632
FORT PIERCE: 2/1,
fenced yard, pool, pets
OK. Sits on 1/3 acre.
$725/mo or $90,000 to
-buy. 772-564-0119

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High Sides, Soft ride, 188
Merc,Fresh water cooled,
Alum Trailer, Runs greatly
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21' MAKO 225 HP
Johnson. Float-on trailer.
T-top, outriggers &
electronics. $4500
772-359-2779
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GPS, Fishfinder, VHF &
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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)
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through the Florida Mari-
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to over 6 million homes
weekly through Florida.
Serving Florida for 24
years. 1-800-388-9307
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAINS 1+ to 2 acre
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1-car gar+ carport. Big
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$850/mo. 745 41st Ave.
561-795-031.9 or
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2 Bedrooms 725.-1775
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1221 E
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WHITE PLAINS, GA:
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Check. Deer, Turkey &
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All amenities, $1075 +
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LEGAL NOTICE


in THE CIRCJiT
COURT FOR INDIANr
RuiE COUjNT'.
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO: P20080447
IN RE ESTATE OF
LELAND W. JONES.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
Tre administration of the
eslai of LELAND W.
jr..ES deceased, File
jNunrrer P20080447, is
per.disng in the Circuit
.:.url lor Indian River
C.uni, Florida, Probate
D. ionr, the address of
er,,.:h ,s PO BoX 1028,
Vero Beach, FL 32961.
The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent estate,
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this
notice is served must file
their claims with the this
Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A .COPY.. OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this Notice
is August 29, 2008.
Personal Representative:
BARBARA B. JONES
5300 Highway A1A, #408
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
DARRYL J. JACOBS
1935 32nd Ave.
Vero Beach, FL 32960
772-562-7979
Florida Bar No. 0874401
Pub: August 29, &
September 5, 2008


LEGAL NOTICE:
J 'r. .trlo cCEp.I, Tib ,'
SI. 21 a *1ia 9 i- a ri,
tmie IollOing ,enicl Aill
be sold at public auction
to pay for towing/storage
owing against them:
One (1) 1999 Ford VIN#
1 FTZX1722XNB27474
Place of sale to be 566
Old Dixie Highway-City
Cab Vero
Pub: September 5, 2008

LEGAL NOTICE:
On Monday September
22, 2008, at 9:30 a.m.,
the following vehicles will
be sold at public auction
to pay for towing/storage
owing against them:
One(1)1986Wabash Vin#
1JJV532Y7GL102830
Place of sale: 596 Old'
Dixie Hwy Mike's
Wrecker Vero
Pub: September 5, 2008


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IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE NINETEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 07-809
A.H.
Minor child

TO: NICESORO OCAMPO
AKA: ANTONIO PEREZ AKA: ANTONIO COREZ
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT A
PETITION UNDER OATH HAS BEEN FILED BY
THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND
FAMILIES IN THE ABOVE-STYLED COURT FOR
THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
RELATIVE TO THE ABOVE. NAMED CHILD,
WHO WAS BORN IN INDIAN RIVER COUNTY,
STATE OF FLORIDA ON THE 17TH. DAY OF
NOVEMBER 2007. YOU ARE COMMANDED TO
BE AND APPEAR BEFORE THE .CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE ABOVE-STYLED COURT
LOCATED AT 2000 16TH STREET, VERO
BEACH, FL, THIRD FLOOR COURT ROOM
SEVEN ON SEPTEMBER 11. 2008 AT 1:30 PM.
FOR A HEARING AND TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
SAID PETITION SHOULD NOT BE GRANTED.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS
ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES
CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF YOUR
PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU
FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME
SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL
RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED
IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS
NOTICE.
BE ADVISED THAT YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO
HAVE AN ATTORNEY REPRESENT YOU IN
THIS MATTER. IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD AN
ATTORNEY, ONE MAY BE APPOINTED FOR
YOU.
WITNESS MY HAND AS THE CLERK OF SAID
COURT AND THE SEAL THEREOF,
THIS 6TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2008.
Maria McCreadv
DEPUTY CLERK
DATES TO RUN: August 15, August 22,
August 29, and September 5, 2008


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