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VERO BEACH '





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Vol. 6, No. 4


Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com


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DINING
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riday, October 10, 2008


Three charged in
bovine killing

Last week three men
were arrested on charges
related to killing a 6-
month-old calf.
On Sept. 27, Anthony
"Tony" Btuce Strickland of
5485 85th St., Wabasso,
Caleb "CJ" Julian Smith of
6425 41st St., Vero Beach
and John Douglas Rich-
mond of 970 20th Ave.,
Vero Beach, were each
charged, with felonies of
grand theft, kIlling cattle
and breaking a fence,
according to arrest affi-
davits.
The Indian River County
Sheriff's Office Ranch and
Grove and road patrol
units followed tire tracks
and a blood trail to the
home of Mr. Smith.
The .calf was owned, by
Peter Holman and was one
of approximately 90 cattle
on Mr. Holman's ranch.-"
Mr. Smith was charged
with an additional felony,
'for trespassing on property
while armed and a misde-
meanor charge for disposal
of a dead animal.
Mr. Richmond and Mr.
Strickland were also
charged with misde-.
meanor charges of tres-
passing on private proper-
ty and disposal of a dead
.animal.


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Gardening A14
Obituaries A5
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Dealing with a faltering economy

Treasure Coast residents should stay the course


By Donald Rodrigue
Rodrigue@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST-
With layoffs affecting
everything from airlines to
media companies, the
Dow Jones Industrial
Average going up and
down like a yo-yo and with
gasoline prices frequently
in tandem, residents along
the Treasure Coast are
wondering just when the
next shoe will drop.
On the northern end of


the Treasure Coast, Helene
Caseltine, director of eco-
nomic development for
the Indian River County
Chamber of Commerce,
says that most businesses
in the county are stiug-
gling with the downturn in.
the economy.
Even so, she added, the
region has a lot to be excit-
ed about after the success-
ful retention of Piper.Air-,
.craft and the proposed
expansion of several other
smaller firms.


"They (Piper) are look-
ing at, over the next sever-
al years, hiring up to 400
new employees," she said.
"In. the next six to eight
months, we. will have
some new announce-
ments of companies that'
will be adding jobs to the
local marketplace.
"One would be hiring
about 125 people and
another smaller company
adding about 35."
Ms. Caseltine empha-
See ECONOMY, A3


By Jessica Tuggle
For Hometown News' -
Stanley E Mayfield, 52, of'
Vero Beach, died Sept. 30,
at his home after battling
cancer since May 2007.
He was born in Pensacola
and resided in Indian River
County for more than two
decades..
Awell-knownpublic ser-
'vant, Mr. Mayfield held
positions with the Indian


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Russ King of Vero Beach surveys the surf and piles of seaweed at South Beach last week. High winds from a strong
low-pressure system that moved north from Indian River County did significant damage to beaches along the
coast. South Beach, which didn't suffer major erosion, did manage to collect a great deal of seaweed. In Sebast-
ian, three dump truck loads of seaweed were removed from the Sebastian Yacht Club boat ramp.


Beaches, turtle nests take


a poundingfom tropical


By Jessica Tuggle
For Hometown News'.
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY After the winds and
torrential downpours
wrTught by Tropical
Storm Fay in mid-August,
and other tropical sys-
tems that swept the Trea-
sure Coast, beachgoers
may notice that their
favorite sandy spots have
shrunk.
STwo beaches were
closed because of mas-
sive erosion and dam-
aged structures from this
year: and prior year
storms, Golden Sands
'Beach Park and Wabasso
Beach Park. Golden
Sands has since re-
opened.
."Beaches can change
shape overnight," said
Jonathan Gorham, the
county's. coastal resource
manager.
"In general, a normal
season will have some
give and take when it.
comes to beaches, but


sometimes, like ..this The', combination of
case right no ~6 there's 'tropical storms Hlannah
been a jot moe' take than and Fay with'bthejtropi-
give;' said Mr. GorIamr. ca'I diSturBices .and a
Sea turtles nests have high spring tide in Sep-
also been impacted as a member contributed to
result of the beach ero- the amount of nests
sion, with nests being destroyed, Mr. Herren
uncovered by water and said.
wind. : The number of nests
Rick Herren, an envi- being monitored in the
ronmental specialist for Archie Carr National
the Indian River County Wildlife Refuge is up to
coastal engineering 14,473, an increase of
department estimated about 16 percent since
that 25 percent, or 350 2007.
nests he monitors in the The refuge includes
southern half of Indian areas in south Brevard
River County, were County to north Indian
destroyed because of the River County and Sebast-
weather., ian Inlet State Park.
Sea turtle nesting sea- The three types of tur-
son begins in May and tles nest in the area are
continues through Oct. loggerhead, 'leatherback
31. and green.
Mr. Herren has kept Each female sea.turtle
track of about 1,400 nests can lay between 50 to 160
in his area. eggs in each nest, and
"Pretty much all of the can create up to seven
nests that were midway nests in one nesting sea-
up the beach or below son.
were wiped out," Mr. Her- With those numbers,
ren said. one female turtle can lay


storms

1,120 eggs,' hut ,atiTsticM
show that only abdit
in 1,000.baEcU
survive to adulthiod.
"The turtles rest more
than once during the sea-
son and they spread their
nesting out over time and
space on a beach," Mr.
Gorham explained.
"It's possible that they
do that because they are
trying to ensure that
something comes of their
reproduction. It's kind of
like when we say we're
not putting all our eggs in
one basket," said Mr.
Gorham.
Sea turtles, their eggs
and nests are protected
by the Endangered
Species Act and it is ille-,
gal to touch them.
If hatchlings on the
beach' are struggling, it's'
best to contact the state
department and some-
one from the local offices
will come and remove
them to-,a safer area and
release them later, Mr.
Herren said.


River County School Board
from 1992-96, was assistant
superintendent of facilities
for the St. ,Lucie County
School district from 1997-
2001 and became a mem-
ber of the Florida Legisla-
ture ii 2000. '
His term as the represen-
tative from District 80 was
set to end in January. ., ':
His:. accomplishments
while serving as a high-
See LAWMAKER. A2


Decades

of history

displayied

in painting

By Jessica Tuggle
For Hometown News
VERO BEACH -- Acre-
ative fusion of art and histo- -.
ry proved to be a winning
combination for Stacy Eke'
of Vero Beach, who won the
2008-09 cultural event plan-:
ner cover design competi-
tion sponsored, by'the Cul
tural Council of indiair
River County on Sept. 24. 2
Thirty-four local artists
submitted entries for the
competition. The guidelines.
.for all artwork stated that
the work must depict the
culture' of Indian River
County, as.detined by the
artist.
Six pieces were chosen as
finalists and are still on dis-
play in the Marine Bank and
Trust on Beachland Boule-
vard inVero Beach .'
The six finalists were- -
Tammy Adams, Julia Cartei
Ms. Ekey, J. Scott Kelly BeLr
nice O'Brien and Barbara
Sharp.
"There was not a bad'
See PAINTING, A4



Derelict


boat


remains,,


in lagoon

By Jessica Tuggle
For Hometown News
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY':.
- Since the 2004 and 2005
hurricane seasons, the
Indian River Lagoon "
picked up a few temporary. -
residents, namely,, abari-.
doned personal waterdraftf.:-
,More than 15 boats were 'i
recorded in the waterways"
of the lagoi '.
SOnly one boat remains: a -
treasure dive boat on the
beach of Sspoil island.
and has been on the island
since Hurricane Wilma in'
2005.
The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection did
not approve a permit to.c
have the boat removeOd
because of waterfowl that-

See BOAT, A4


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Get to know your local history

The North Indiah River County Library will present
"The History of Fellsmere, Past, Present and Future."
Longtime Fellsmere resident Joel Tyson will give
the. presentation with the help of Richard Votopka,
who will impersonate Nelson Fell, and retired pho-
tographer Korky Korker.
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Lawmaker
From page Al
ranking Republican in the.
House include a project to
widen State' Road 60 from
western Indian River
County to the Florida Turn-
pike and projects to build
eight new schools and
remodel 10 others.
"He was always a states-
man, but at the same time,'
he had a vision," said Com-
missioner Wesley Davis, a
longtime friend of the fam-
ily.
"Without his vision, we
wouldn't have been able to
move forward with the
working waterfront proj-
ect," Mr. Davis said.
The project passed by
the Legislature as the Stan
Mayfield Working Water-
fronts Program is used to
purchase land for com-
mercial fishing, education-
al or, cultural purposes
related to aquaculture, but
not recreational activities..
"The family is very proud


Stan Mayfield
of Stan's accomplishments
and very appreciative of
the memories they have of
him," said Mr. Davis.
"His family was better'off
by having him in their lives
and he was better off by
having them in his life,"
the commissioner added.
SHe was slated to take
office in January as Indian
River County tax collector.
He is survived by his wife
of nearly 32 years, Deborah
and sons, Evan, 17,


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Samuel, 14 and Coleman,*'N
12. 1
At press time, Indian -,
River County Republican
Party officials had not rec--
ommended a replacement
for Indian River County tax :''
collector to Gov. Charlie"'
Crist, a position.Rep. May- :
field would have taken in
January, because he ran
uncontested in the August
primaries.
State law requires that
the local party recommend.
a candidate for the position.
to the governor should the
candidates for the primary
die or withdraw before the ;
date of the general elec-
tion. .
Mrs. Mayfield qualified .-,
to run for his vacated seat"
in the House in May.
Services were held at the
First Baptist Church of Vero
Beach on Oct. 4.,
In lieu of flowers, dqna-
tions can be made in Rep. 7'
Mayfield's memory at Fish-
erman's Landing Sebastian,. ..
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Megan Hodgkins, a
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'" ]! Kimberly Mudge, left, and
Ann Louise Skalacki after
they took fourth and fifth
place respectively in the
S -L" 100-meter freestyle at the
M., Special Olympics Florida
State Aquatic Champi-
onships at the North HunterDouglas
County Aquatics Center
'last weekend.


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Economy
From page Al
sized the importance of
chamber of commerce
membership during lean'
economic times.
"When times are tough
like they are right now, it
really is the best time to
market yourself and get the
word out there about your
products and services," she
said. "And certainly cham
ber networking opportuni-
ties are a great way to do
that."
Mary area residents,
especially those on fixed
incomes, are being forced to
alter their lifestyles in order
to pay for the elevated cost
of gasoline.
Port St. Lucie resident and
Martin County employee
Sue Ellen.Warden says that
she and her husband, Gary,
have raised the thermostat
to cut the air conditioning
bill and are cutting back on
making unnecessary trips in
the car.
"We don't go anywhere
that we don't have to," she
said. "Whenever we have to
go out, we make all our
stops in one trip."
'Mrs. Warden's biggest


lifestyle change is using the
gasoline scooter her hus-
band gave her for her 62nd
birthday last December,
more frequently.
"I like it and use it when-
ever I can," she said. "It gets
almost 100 miles to the gal-
lon."
East Stuart resident Helen
McBride is also combining
trips to save gasoline, but
she's also cut out one of her
favorite activities to save
money in these difficult eco-
nomic times.
"Anyone who knows me
knows that I have 'always
loved going out to eat break-
fast," she said. "I've had to
cut that out completely."
Mrs. McBride's. husband,
.Bob, died last June, and
since then she's had to be
more cautious with her"
budget, especially because
his retirement plan consist-
ed entirely of his former
employer's stock. ,
. "Unfortunately, Bob
believed in the stock mar-
ket, and that's taken a nose
dive," Mrs. McBride said.
"Each day I go out and come
:back, 'I write down what I
spent'that day. There's just
so much money coming in,
and everything is going up."
Wherever the stock mar-


ket goes down, many
investors feel the' need to
tinkerwith their accounts or
sell off completely, which is
something most financial
advisors advise against. .
Ruth Ann Vega, a Hobe-
Sound-based certified
financial planner, who's
been giving financial advice
since 1983, says these types
of stock market swings are
really nothing new.
"We have had bubbles
that burst before," she said.
"The energy. stock fell in
1980, and we also had the
tech stock bust in 2000. The,
financial sector went up so
high a couple of years ago,
and now we're in a bust.", .
SMs. Vega advises her'
clients not to panic during
wild market fluctuations or
make drastic changes to
their investment portfolios.
"The strategy I use in all
those times is to be diversi-
fled and not do anything in
any great -measure right
now," she said. "Do. not
make. any big changes; you,
can make small ones. The
people that win are the ones
that stick to their strategy of,
Diversification and just wait-
it out",
She definitely warns
investors not to sell off stock,


when the market is down. I i.' i ;' ,- 4,,. i
"You don't want to sell all -*' '
of your stock now and go .
into a fixed account," she .
said. "You will lose if you do '. "
that. People that just stayed'
the course and diversified .
(during past market swings) .'',
came out much better than L. '- l
the ones that sold and lost,"
On the national level, 3 "-y:'; .
Congress has, been sttug- '. . '" '
gling to pass a financial res-,, '.: ': :
cue plan that would feature -.. .
tax cuts for'upper-middle ', ,4 '*..- "
income Americans, tax .~ ,I_ R'7.
breaks for disaster victims, :A
incentives for renewable ,t-'i
energy research and dozens '- -
of other taxcredits. :. f -
In addition, Congressman ,..
Tim Mahoney announced g. -L
the passage of the Job Cre-
ation 'and Unemployment 0 Restorative
Relief Acton Sept. 26, which
iwas, penned to fast-track
,public infrastructure proj- COS* metic
ects and extend unemploy-
ment benefits.
"For months, I've been mpl
fighting to' get increased
infrastructure funding. to a General rDe. .try ;10 5
invest in our roads, bridges,
waterways, and airports,"
Rep. Mahoney said. "These 772-567-7889 7
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Painting
From page Al

choice in the bunch, but this
one just stood out," said
Mary Jayne Kelly, executive.
director of the Cultural
Council of Indian River
County.
"Everyone just loves her
design. It's sort of a 'Where's
Waldo?' of Indian River
County," said Ms. Kelly.
A relative newcomer to
Vero Beach, Ms. Ekey turned
to the history books to learn
about the county and was
, amazed at what she found.
"I dove into the history of
Vero Beach and Indian River
County. I was looking for
what made this place tick,"
the five-year resident said.
"I was surprised at all of
the hidden treasures that
just appeared; the history is
so vast. It really motivated
me to draw and paint about
it," said Ms. Ekey,
The watercolor and pen
painting illustrates many
landmarks in Indian River
County, including Dodger-
town, the Marian Fell
Library, the Dinky Train and
Piper Aircraft.
"It was sort of educational
in focus, but also kind of
whimsical at the same
time," said Ms. Kelly.
"I didn't really have a plan,
I just let my imagination run
with my new knoWledge,"
said Ms. Ekey.
"I was up against some
great local artists. I didn't


Boat
From page A1
currently reside on 'the
island, said James Gray,
Indian River County
coastal engineer.
"There are certain envi-
ronmental concerns right
now, such as .making too
much noise for the water
birds and disturbing them
and we were not able to
remove the last boat," said
Mr, Gray .
Officials were able to
contact owners, of, some
boats by reviewing registra-
tion numbers and. licenses...
The owners were then
responsible for the cost of,
removing their boats, but
owners for eight boats
could not be identified.
With the help of a grant,
funded in part by the Flori-
da Inlet Navigation Dis-
trict, seven of the eight
remaining boats were safe-.
ly removed from the water-
ways by Absolute Marine,
Towing and Salvage Inc. ',
"It took that long, four
years,, to get funding to
remove those boats and to:
get permits," said Mr. Gray.
Environmental : conse-
quences for leaving boats
in the water are very real,


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even think I
could com-
pare with
them, the
fact that I
won is just
an honor,"
she said.
This was
the first
time the
Cultu ral Stacey Ekey
Council held
a contest for the cover art of
the event planner and it
likely woh't be the last, Ms.
Kelly said.
"I'd really like to see this
becoming a tradition," said
the executive director.
"Not only did the artist
enjoy it,- but the public will
too. It's something we're
proud to present to the
community," said Ms. Kelly.
Inside the event planner-
will be concert, theatrical
performance, art openings
and exhibition listings,
fundraisers and,
family/community events
from October 2008 through
September 2009. /
Approximately 10,000
copies of the event planner
will be available for free at
the Cultural Council office
at 2036 14th Ave., Vero
Beach in the Theater Plaza.
Copies of Ms. Ekey's
painting will be available for
purchase at Arts Mojo, 8802'
N. U.S. Highway 1, Suite 2,
Sebastian.
Other watercolor pieces by
Ms. Ekey can be viewed and
purchased "online at
http://stayekey.com.

said Kevin Miller, the direc-
tor of Absolute Marine.
"There are batteries left
in the boats sometimes,
fuel, lube oil, whatever is-
kept on board for mainte-
nance or painting is defi-
nitely harmful to the
lagoon," said Mr. Miller.
Last year, Absolute
Marine removed 73 boats
from Brevard County
waters.
The environmental
impact spreads to sea grass
beds as well when boats are
sunk into : the waterways
and animals ,cap .become
-entangled in, the,;boats-Mr.
Gray said.
Plants can also begin to
grow up around boats on
the beaches of islands,
wrapping around them,
making it more difficult to
remove them.
Abandoned boats also
pose a threat as a naviga-
tional, hazard' to boaters
unaware of their existence,
he added.
SThe entire project cost a
total of $33,920, Mr. Gray
said. '
Owners who are no
longer able or willing to
care for their :watercraft
can disposed them t the
local landfill after removing
hazardous materials.


Economy;
From page A3
the new economic stimulus
package will give, Florida
families and seniors the
support 'they need to get
through. f these difficult
times."
In the south Treasure
Coast, the Martin County
Commission 'recently
passed an economic stimu-
lus package designed to
speed up an otherwise slug-
gish permitting process.
Commission Chairman
Doug Smith emphasized
the significance of the legis-
lation.
"These tools will help to
expand our targeted busi-
nesses," he said. "The
expansion of those busi-
nesses account for the
majority of new jobs creat-
ed in our community, which
also enhances the tax base
and improves the quality of
life."


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- Editor's note: This is a i
of arrests, not conviction
.and all arrestees are p
:sumed innocent unless
until proven guilty in a coi
of law.
Vero Beach
SPolice Department
Phillip Randall Lane Jr., .
1005 26th St., Vero Beach, w
charged with violation of co
munity control. He was on cor
munity control for sale
cannabis.
Christopher W. Hawkins, 2
'517 Dahlia Lane, Vero Beac
was charged-with burglary ofE
occupied dwelling.
CharlesHenry Landefeld
42, 1901 Indian River Blv
Vero Beach, was charged w
violation of community contr
He was on community conti
for possession of cocaine ai
possession of a controlled su
stance.
Robert":Bob" Pastir, 47, 22C
16th St., Vero 'Beach, w,
charged with child abuse.
Colleen Marie Littleton, 3
2428 Cordova Ave., Vero Beac
was charged with grand theft.
Michelle Lynn Radabaug
23, 1850 40th Ave., Apt. A-30
Vero Beach, was charged wi
criminal mischief and grar
theft.

Indian River County
Sheriff's Office
Chandra Marie Murgatrc
28, 1301 N,E. 43rd Court, Por
pano Beach, was charged wi
failure to appear in court on
charge of robbery.
Christopher Deshat
O'Neal, 21, 4785 38th Circle N
204, Vero Beach, was charge
with possession of firearm by
convicted felon.
James Earl Dawsey, 2:
1800 Woodland Circle, Apt. 30E
Bldg. 7, Vero Beach, wa
charged with battery on a la
'enforcement officer and misdi
-meanor charges of resisting a
officer without violence and diE
orderly intoxication.
Stimpson Francois, 21, 25C
42nd St., Vero Beach, wa
charged with two counts of crin
final mischief in a place of wo
.ship.
James Arnold Thomas, 54
4365 27th Ave., Vero Bead
was charged with batter
domestic violence and a misde
meanor charge of resisting a
officer without violence
Virgil Lynn Monls. 49. 105
Royal Palm Blvd. Vero Bead
*wa charged wlr, Inre ccuJnl


of battery by strangulation.
list Matthew Terrance Adams,
ns, 30, 1315 20th Ave., S.W., Vero
re- Beach, was charged with two
or counts of dealing in stolen prop-
urt erty.
Amanda Renee, 41, 1436
41st Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of proba-
tion and grand theft.
Richard Andre McMillan, 27,
2425 47th Ave., Vero Beach,
32, was charged with aggravated
as battery domestic violence.
m- David Carey Jenkins, 48,
m- 1005 32nd Ave., Vero Beach,
of was charged with organized
fraud and two counts of first-
!9, degree petit theft.
oh, Timothy Michael Westfall, 33,
an address unknown, was charged
with failure to appear in court on
IV, charges of organized fraud, two
d., counts of third degree grand
ith theft, and contract without
ol. license state of emergency.
rol Courtney S. Davis, 19, 104
id 91st Court, Vero Beach, was
b- charged with failure to appear in
court on charges, of grand theft
02 of a motor vehicle.
as Luis Antonio Ortiz, 30, 316
24 Ave., Vero Beach, was
6, charged with burglary of an
h, occupied dwelling.
Wesley Nicholas Clark, 23,
h, 4446 13th Place, Vero Beach,
3, was charged with battery by
th strangulation domestic violence.
nd Lisa Marie Laderwager, 44,
7470 Pinehurst Drive, Springhill,
was charged with violation of
probation, and possession of
cocaine.
Jarmichael Marques Harris,
19, 4845 38th Circle, Apt. 206,
'y, Vero Beach, was charged with'
th aggravated battery on a preg-
nant woman with domestic vio-
a lence.
Richard Leonide Beaulieu,
Uq 82, 982 Lanco Ave., Sebastian,
o. was charged with aggravated
assault on a law enforcement
a officer and two misdemeanor
2 charges of battery domestic vio-
lence.
6, Juan Cantu, 32, 305 S. Lime
as St., Vero Beach, was charged
w with aggravated battery, burgla-
e- ry and aggravated battery.
n Anthony 'Tony" Bruce Strick-
- land, 25, 5485 85th St., Wabas-
so, was charged 'with grand
)5 theft, killing of cattle and break-
as ing of fence with livestock and
- misdemeanor charges of tres-
r- passing on property and dispos-
al of bodies of a dead animal.
4 Caleb "CJ" Julian Smith, 21,
h, 6425 41st St., Vero Beach, was
ry charged with grand theft, killing
e- of cattle, breaking a fence with
.n livestock, trespassing on proper-
ly while armed and a misde-
.5 meanor charge or disposing of
h. doead Dnimals
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970 20th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with grand theft, killing
of cattle, breaking a fence with.
livestock and misdemeanor
charges of trespass on property
and disposing of a dead animal.
William E. Wiggins, 35, 355.
16th St. S.W. Vero Beach, was
charged with failure to redeliver
leased property and misdet
meanor charges of contempt of
court and failure to pay support.
Karen "Karen Orr" Lynette
McKee, 43, 134 S. 19th Circle,
S.W., Vero Beach, was charged
with violation of probation and
resisting officer with violence.
Later, she was also charged
with aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon and a misde-
meanor charge of battery
domestic violence.
Ryan Michael Reed, 26,
5060 Fairways Circle, Vero
Beach, was charged with felony
battery prior conviction.
Stephen Michael Warner, 46,
166 Columbia Ave., Sebastian,
was charged with violation of
community control. He was on
community control for driving
with license suspended and
being a habitual traffic offender.
SRodney "Neal" O. Chambers,
42, 1398 Abbot Lane, Sebast-
ian, was charged with posses-
sion of a controlled substance. .
Helen O. Seller, 48, 4046 45
Place, Vero Beach, was charged
with possession of cocaine and
a misdemeanor charge of pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
James Grant Wilder, 24,
8346 100th Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with uttering a
forged bill, check or draft and
two counts of third degree grand
theft.
Ashley "Dora" Chanelle
Sears, 19, 115 Admiral, Circle,
Sebastian, was charged with
sale of cocaine and two counts
of possession of cocaine.
Jason Edward Thompson.
28, 2585 881h Ave Vero Beach
was '-naraed vln .rr.rn, Iretl
m ,:ot.,. r .


Floyd S. Hoffman, 21, 1960
Woodland Circle, Vero Beach,
was charged with aggravated
battery on a pregnant woman.
Milton M. Johnson, 51, 1420
Sixth .Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with robbery with a
firearm:
Tina Louise Brown, 47, 26
Circle Ave., No. 3, Melbourne,
was charged with failure to
appear in court on a charge of
felony petit theft.
Anite Montina, 23, 1945
Dunwoodie St., Bldg. No. 21,
Orlando, was charged with pos-
session of a fictitious driver
license or ID card.
Jacquelyn "Jackie" Marie
Dorn, 23, 1931 N. Old Dixie
Highway, Fort Pierce, was.
charged with grand theft motor
vehicle.
Benjamin Einar Treilen ,25.
3158 Reo Lare, Lake Worth,
was charged with violation of
probation and possession of
cannabis.
Paul Donald Coleman, 38,
2105 18th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription.
Aaron Bronson, 24, 4521
36th Court, Vero Beach, was
charged with amended violation
of probation and two charges of
felony petjt theft.
Michael J. Cronin, 43, 5167
N. A1A Fort Pierce, was
charged with battery domestic
Violence.

Florida Highway Patrol
Eric "Snackes" Lee McCunn,
28, 2370 6th Way S.W., Vero
Beach was charged with pos-
session of firearm/ammunition
by convicted felon, possession
of armor piercing rounds, pos-
session of a firearm by a con-
v;cled felon while commitl;ng a
I0lony ari a misdemeanor
cnr.'3r ,_I pi.'-- .-.n ol m.,ri-


Police report


Robert D. Shofner

Robert D. Shofner, 47, of
Vero Beach, died Sept.1, 2008,
atVNA Hospice House inVero
Beach.
He 'was born in Long
Branch, N.J., and was a resi-.
dent of Vero Beach for 46
years, moving from Long
Branch, N.J.
He was preceded in death
by his father, Robert.
He is survived by his moth-
er, Barbara of Vero Beach; a
sister, Elizabeth ofVero Beach
and one son.
A memorial service will be
held at a later date.
Donations may be made to
the VNA Hospice 901 37th St.,
Vero Beach, FL32960
Arrangements were handled
byAll CountyFuneralHome
Crematory Treasure Coast
Chapel.


Jeannette M. Morris
Haaret Teresa Paszek


Harriet Teresa Paszek, 76,
died Sept. 3,2008.
She was born in Jersey City,
N.J., and lived in Vero Beach
for nine years, coming from
Mountainside, N.J.
She worked as finance offi-
cer for Whitehouse Dairy in
.Jersey City, N.J., and as a
teacher arid teacher's aide in
various New Jersey schools.
She was a member of Holy
Cross Catholic ChurchinVero
Beach and the Holy Cross
Women's Guild.
She is survived by a son,
Peter of Duluth, Ga.; a daugh-
ter, Debbie (Fred) of Neptune,
N.J.; a brother, Ernest of Vero
Beach; two grandsons, Jason
(Jennifer). of Mechanic Falls,
Maine, and Zachary (Shan-
non) of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
and three great-grandchil-
dren, Emily, Gavin and Dylan.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Leon.
Memorial contributions,
may be made to Maryknoll
Lay Missioners, EO. Box 307,
Maryknoll, N.Y. 10545.
Arrangements were by
Strunk Funeral Home and
Cremator' in I ero Beach.


Jeannette M. Morris, 79, of
Vero Beach, died Sept. 4,2008.
She ', Worked for Smitl,
Heath & O'Hare attorney at
law for 43 years prior to her
retirement in 1991.
She was a member of St.
Helen Catholic Church, Vero
Beach and the GammaMaster
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi.:
She is survived by her hui-
band of 56 years, Lasker (f
Vero Beach; a son, Richard of
Vero Beach; five daughters,
Ellen andSharon, both ofVerb
Beach, Susan of Houston,
Kathryn of Boynton Beach
and Lauren (Steve) of Indi-
anapolis; four grandchildren
and one great grandchild.
Arrangements were by
StrunkFuneralHomeand Cre-
matory in VeroBeach.

Glenn Anderson
Clements


Glenn Anderson Clements,
71,died Sept 14,2008, at Idi-
an River Medical Center in
Vero Beach. -
He was born in Baytown,
Texas, and lived inVero Beach
for 47 years, coming from Ker-
Srville, Texe OB
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Friedbrand Paul

Friedbrand Paul, 82, ofVero
Beach, died Sept. 7,2008.
He was born in Germany,
and moved to Vero Beach 15
years ago.
He had been a die and tool
. maker for Mercedes Benz in
Germany before his retire-
ment, and was a member of
the Chess Club ofVero Beach.
He is survived by his wife,
Ursula of Vero Beach; a step-
daughter, Susanne of Vero
Beach; two stepsons Michael
of Norwich, N.Y., and Richard
of Cazenovia, N.Y and seven
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by his first wife, Irma.
Private services will take
place a later date.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Giford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.


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S A response to 'clean up after your dog'

:', I agree completely with you on those inconsiderate lazy folk
.,' who leave their dogs' poop on others' property
S: But as far as urine, some dogs need to walk a bit to get their
. systems to start emptying, so they pee or poop when they are
ready.
Also, remember that animals' natural instincts are to mark
their territory.
When they smell another animal's scent on your grass, they
: ust mark that spot, and around here, there are all kinds of wild
Animals; from squirrels; bunnies, rats, possums, racobns,
: wizards and toads, to bobcats, who are much more likely to
Scarry disease than pet dogs, who are almost always vaccinated.
And besides, you should be wearing gloves when you work in
Syouryard. "

SMortgage fraudshould bepunished

S Now thatthe country's attention is focused op the $700 bil-
: lion proposedWall Street bailout, the public should not be sat-
isfied with anything that does not also include some harsh
punishment for the perpetrators.
S Mortgage fraud should result in more than just a slap on the
wrist.
Management officials in the various investment banks
should not only not receive their golden parachutes, but also
have to serve some jail time for cooking the books in thb man-
ner that they did over the last several years.
S Investor and taxpayer confidence will be restored only if it
comes with a large serving of revenge.

Let elected officials know where you stand

1 Well, fellow suckers, there may be a ray of hope. Now that at
; least some in Congress have developed.sorie spine and decid-
Sed to oppose the financial parasites of the country.
SMaybe the elected local reps will take the hint and start
Showing some consideration for the common man (and
woman, of course).
S But we will have to let them know that we are opposed to'
Susingitaxpayer dollars to subsidize new stadiums for million-
-Ldollar-.teams. And we will have to let them know we are
o osed to using taxpayer dollars to subsidize corporate wel-
S.fdIbcfilP i~e'Xia ~ie will have to let them';
ac.h j4ipposed rb using taxpayer dollars to subsidize
:icr-nnbiiishment for the fools who are determined to stay
there. We must be igilant. Wishing won't make it so.

Something in common with McCain
S Sen. (lohn) McCain and I have at least one thing in common.
We both would have difficulty finding an individual health
insurance plan on the open market today due to pre-existing
.'conditions.
S While Sen. McCain would like to offer a $5,000 tax credit to
.pay for health insurance, in order for that plan to be effective,
one must be able to purchase said health insurance that would
cover pre-existing conditions.
While some citizens of these great United States of America
S' are very lucky to work or have worked for company that offers
health care to its retirees, a lot of us either get no health care
coverage at all from our employer, or will loss it the day wv'
Retire, become laid offor otherwise are no longer able to work.
Depending on age and physical condition, purchasing an
individual health insurance policy may be impossible or cost
,'. prohibitive, even'with a $5,000 tax credit.
The American dream is not to work your fingers to the bone
.* attempting to save up enough for some hope of retirement,
"'.lr'to become sick one da\ and lose it all.
There are many industrialized countries that have figured
out how to provide all citizens with health care coverage. There
i is no reason that we should not also be able to accomplish this.

Sick of official sleaze

It makes me sick when I think that our elected officials get
Saway with the sleaze they pull off. They put in allkinds of pork
S; in this rescue bill and don't think that the voter will see it.
Race track money, money for wooden arrows and all other
kinds of pork, whichwill drive this billup to more like $800 bil-
lion. I do believe there is a special place in hell for this type of
S person. As I have stated many times, 99 percent of politicians
Give the rest a bad name. Remember them come election time.
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COpingskills, planning help during a crisis


TA;' ile Roy lay in a
coma in hospice,
S Iwas so lucky to
have the company and
support of Roy's children,
Mandy, Tim and Trudi.
Mandy, a single mother
of three, has finely-honed
coping skills and together,
we felt we had one brain
going.
As all of us sat, taking
turns talking to Roy, telling
him how much we loved
him, Mandy and I would
go on the lunch runs,
bringing food back.
Tim and Trudi stayed at
Molly's House, a wonder-
/ ful resource in Stuart for
the families of those
receiving medical care in
. 'theareaincluding-at -,-
hospice and'nursing
homes, but Mandy stayed
with me andcwe hadlots of
Time to talk and laugh and
cry together. One night we
Made a list of coping skills
Sto get through a tough
time. '
Take a time out. Go to
the store. Buybananas;
they're easy to eat and
nutritious and they always


make someone laugh. Try
to stick to some sort of
routine and eat as nutri-
tiously as you can.
Don't forget to laugh,'
because you're going to,
need it. It's good for you
and you won't forget to
cry.
Don't forget that you're
going through terrible
stress and pain and you
need to take care of
yourself. If you collapse, it
.-. makes things' worse-for ".
Everyone and doesn't help
your loved one.
Don't be afraid to ask
for help. The staff at
Treasure Coast Hospice
was wonderful and '
available to talk things
through. We sat with a
social worker as we talked,
as a family, about ending
hydration, which was
causing Roy some distress.


When I was so exhausted 'homesin advance, but
one day that I could barely was glad I had, when the
speak, one of the coun- time came.
selors "sent" me home; I Take it five minutes at.
needed permission to a time. A days too
leave Roy, but I need to. overwhelming.
Regroup for the next day. Find the absurdity in
SThe little things can little things and laugh at'
'add up and get to be too them, too.
much; if that library book Take photos of your
is worrying you, ask loved one to the hospital
someone to take it back. and hospice. Remind the
People can't read your nurses and caregivers that
mind. They want to help, this vital, vibrant person is
but need specific direction the person they're caring
about what you need. for. They need to be
Make lists. They help reminded that this person
you feel a little bit in has a life, a history that
.control and you'll need. deserves respect.,
them later when you can't Be grateful for people
think straight. Don't take .-;-'such as MandyandrTirl
the lists off the:pad.or': ,:;and Trudi add forfrfends
,.-you'll lose them. We made. -thankfully too numerous
* lists of things I had to do to list without leaving.
"after" and it was a someone out. You're
comfort, as I began getting me through this.
making calls and contact-
ing agencies, when I could Shelley Koppel is the
cross something off the former editor of "Today's
list. HealthCare" magazine and
:,-' Making plans in a member of the National
advance is not ghoulish; it Associbtion of Science
means you'll be able to act Writers. Send questions byr
when the time comes. I e-mail to skoppel@'bell-
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on a PC is the click.
Sounds simple and
obvious, doesn't it? Well, it
,is, but as many new
computer users are
finding, it's not necessarily
Simple.
There are a few serious
issues that need to be kept
in mind in order to master
that one basic action.
'A frequently asked\
question is: "How'do I
know whether to click or
double-click? "My answer
.is: "Easy! Click once, andif
nothing happens, then
double-click." ;
If that seems self-
explanatory, it is. Just
think about it. If clicking
twice gives you a different
result than when you click
once, and you aren't sure
which is which, then start
off with a single click first:.
That's important, because
double-clicking will often
open a new window or
launch a program or
typically do something
more drastic than a single
click.
In fact, the results of


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double-clicking will often
cover the icon you really
wanted .
The single click has its
place. When you click
once, you should notice
that your'target icon
(whatever it is that you
just clicked) will often
turn blue (or whatever
color your computer is set"
at). This change in color
indicates to you that this
particular icon is now
highlighted or "selected."
In other words, when
you single click an icon
and it turns a different
color, you have focused
the computer's attention
on that particular icon.
Then, once an object is
selected, the computer
knows that whatever you
Sask it to donext should be
done to the object that's
highlighted.
What kind of things can
you do to a selected
object?


You can copy it by
pressing the control (ctrl) ;
key and the "c" key on the
keyboard simultaneously.
You could press the
"enter" key (which gives
o'u the same results as if ;
you double-clicked).You
could also delete the item.:
,There arelots of uses for:
.the single click; the
'important thing to
remember is that's how
you make sure the com-
puter is "looking" at the
same thing you are.
When you double-click
an icon, it's absolutely
essential that the mouse
:be kept completely still for
both clicks. If you aire
trying to double-click ah
icon that's in close prox-
imity to other icons, and
youi double-click while the
mouse is still moving, you
run the risk of dragging
the target icon and
dropping it into another
location on the computer.
That can be a real puzzle
to figure out where the
icon went.
Many people who have
trouble double-clicking
hold the mouse with their #
wrist suspended in the air
and a death-grip on the


mouse. You don't have to
, grip it that tightly; just let
it sit on the mouse pad.
Rest the heel of your hand
on the mouse pad and just
push the mouse around
with yourfingertips.
Once you loosen your
grip, you'll find that the
mouse will stay put.
If you still have prob-
lems with the pointer
wandering around when
you are trying to click, you
may want to consider a
trackball.
A trackball is like a
mouse that's been flipped
over on its back. You roll
the ball around with your
fingertips, and the base is
Stationary. Unlike a
mouse, where the buttons
go along for the ride, the
buttons of a trackball are
built into the non-moving
base. So, when you click a
trackball, keep your
fingers off the ball and
click the button. That
usually ends the "wander-
ing clicker syndrome."

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


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Plan today for your child's college education


By Bill McCullough
For Hometown News
Whether a college educa-
tion is a distant dream you
hold for a newborn child or a
financial imperative staring
you in the face, as a parent
you want to be prepared for
your children's needs.
Next to retirement plan-
ning, paying for your chil-
dren's education could be the
largest expense that your
family will bear.
Today, the four-year price
tag for many private colleges
is well over $100,000, but
,according to the College
Board, by the year 2020, the
cost of a four-year education
could be more than $250,000
for a private school and
almost $125,000 for a public
school.
Being prepared to send a
child to college can be
achieved by focusing on
three key activities:


Setting goals. Consider
issues such as the number of
years your child has until col-
lege, the type of school you
envision him/her attending
and your prospects for finan-
cial aid
Investing regularly. Regu-
lar investing, often referred to
as dollar cost averaging, is a
strategy widely endorsed by
many financial experts to
help smooth the effects of
market fluctuations.
Investing sensibly. Sound
advice can help you 'make
appropriate decisions based
on your goals, risk tolerance
and the time you have before
the first tuition payment is
due.
A meeting with a financial
consultant can help you set
realistic objectives and actu-
ally get started. In terms of
investing regularly and sensi-
bly, a 529 college savings plan
may well be an option you
and your financial consultant


want to con-
sider.
529 plans
offer a num-
ber of bene- r,
fits, includ- ..
ing:
ing: Tax-free
growth.
Earnings
grow tax-
deferred and McCullough
distributions
for qualified education
expenses are federal income
tax-free.
Donor control. The donor
stays in control of the account
because the child has no
rights to the funds.
High contribution limits.
Up to the level of the antici-
pated cost of a beneficiary's
qualified education expenses.
Estate tax benefits. Quali-
fies for the $12,000 per year
annual gift tax exclusion.
Regardless the course of
action you and your financial


consultant determine is best
for you, planning early is one
of the most important things
you can do to help ensure the
funds are there when you
need them.
Talk with your financial
consultant today to start
turning your dreams for your
children's or grandchildren's
future into a reality.
Investors should consider
the investment objectives,
risks, charges and expenses
associated with a 529 plan
carefully before investing. The
issuer's official statement con-
tains this and other informa-
tion about the investment. You
can obtain an official state-
ment from your financial rep-
resentative. Read carefully
before investing.
This article was submitted
by Bill McCullough, a finan-
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Investment Services. Bill can
be reached at (800) 565-8609,
Ext. 62601.


Humane Society calendars on sale


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
The Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian River
County 2009 calendar is now
on sale.
This annual favorite high-
lights hundreds of Indian
River County companion


animals: dogs, cats and rab-
bits, even a pot- bellied pig.
Calendars can be pur-
chased at the Humane Soci-
ety of Vero Beach and Indian
River County, located at 6230
77th St., Vero Beach. Begin-
ning Oct. 15, calendars will
be available for purchase at
locations throughout the


community, including the
Humane Society's Vero,
Beach and Sebastian'thrift
shops', A Dog's Life Daycare
and Training Center, High-
lands Animal Hospital,. St.
Francis Animal Hospital, Pet
Supermarket and the Vero
Beach Bpok Center.
The full-color calendar is


$12 with all proceeds direct-
ly benefiting the shelter's
adoption, spay/neuter, ani-
mal foster care, humane
education and outreach pro-
grams.
For .more information
about.purchasing copies of
the calendar, call (772) 388-
3331, Ext. 26.


Adult education courses available


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
The following courses are
available through Adult
Education, a division of the
Indian River County School
District.
An armed security officer
'class will begin Oct. 27, and
run through Nov. 3. Stu-
dents will attend class from
6-10 p;m., Monday- Friday,
and one .full, day at the


range. Cost- is $158. Those
interested may register
now at the Adult School
office.
A computer introduction
workshop will be held on
Saturday, Oct. 25, from 9
a.m. -4 p.m.
An intermediate Word
workshop'will be held on
-Oct. 17, from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
and an EBay workshop will
be held on Friday, Oct. 10,
from ,10. a.m.-5. p.m...Call


(772) 564-4970 to register.
A course in investing fun-
damentals is being offered
by Adult. and Community
Education. Participants will
learn ways to increase
investment income, reduce
taxes on investments, par-
ticipate in the stock mar-
ket, save for retirement or
college and learn about
other important investing
topics. Class will be held on
Saturday, Oct. 18, from 9


a.m.-4 p.m. Cost is $28.
Consult .a Jfull course
schedule for times, dates
and fees.
* The course schedule is
available at the office, at
area libraries and also on
the Web at www.indian-
riverschools.org.
Adult Education is locat-
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cheeks of my husband, father,
uncle, cousins and even
talked several strange men
into doing it, and sending a
sample in for me.
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surnames. If I can do it,
maybe I can explain it
enough for some of you to get .
involved and find help.
Chances are you have seen
the intriguing news stories
involving DNA studies in
genealogy.
Someone has his DNA test-
ed, and just like magic, he has
found a Zulu warrior in his
lineage, or a very interesting
cousin living right next door.
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would make everything so
much easier, but look at all
the fun we would miss.
The subject of DNA
research in genealogy can be
kept very simple or as com-
plex as you want to get. I am
going to give you the super
simple version, since that is
all I know, or really have an
interest in, at the moment.
Our DNA contains X andY
chromosomes, which deter-
mine our gender. The Y chro-
mosome comes from the
male, and the X chromosome
from the female. If the father
passes on hisY chromosome,
the fetus will be a male. If the
Y chromosome is not passed
on, the fetus will have two X
chromosomes, and will be
female. This, in itself, is
important in DNA testing in
genealogy, because males can
only be tested for that Y chro-
mosome. Maternal DNA test-
ing (mtDNA) testing is anoth-
er column.
The Y-DNA chromosome is
carried by the male and
passed only to their male off-
spring. Therefore, this exact Y
chromosome is passed from
father to son. The male that is
tested will have the Axact set
of markers as his father,'
grandfather, great-grandfa-
ther, for as far back as you can
go.
The purpose for testing this.
Y-DNA. chromosome is the
process of elimination. You
will eliminate researchers
looking for your surname that
aren't DNA matches. If you
find a match, this tells you
that the two donors of the
DNA have a common ances-
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researchers you need to net-
work with, and which ones
are tracing other families. It
narrows the field and can
save a tremendous amount of
time and energy.
So, how do you start? First,
you need to find a willing
male to give you a pain-free
scrape of his inner cheek.
This sample is used to test
such a tiny piece of our DNA,
it can only be used for
genealogical purposes, and
confidentiality is explained
by each company.
Next, you find a surname
project for the surname you
are interested in, You can do
an Internet search for the
many companies that do
genealogy DNA testing. Fami-
lyTreeDNA.com, DNAAnces-
try.com and other companies
have a variety of tests and
prices. *
When choosing your test,
you want a company with a
very large database. Also,
choose a Y-DNA test with as
many markers as you can
afford.
For instance, Family Tree
DNA has the largest database
and tests for 12 to 67 markers.
Anything less than a 25-35
marker test is probably not
worth your time and money.
The more markers tested, the
closer the connection you will
have with any match you get.
Your results will come back
in a string of numbers,
depending on' how many
markers you had tested. This
will make no sense to you.
With a little luck, your project
administrator will eventually
take your string of numbers
and line them up with the
other members of the project.
This is where you may pos-
sibly find your Y-DNA match-
es and researchers you can
compare records with. This
may point you to the right
area of the country, or even a
specific family group.
Of my six projects, how did
I do? The mission of the first
project was to determine if
everyone researching the sur-
name Thrower in the U.S.,
descend from the same fami-
ly, or is there more than one
bloodline? Of the five Throw-
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Library programs


The Indian River County Main
Library offers the following free
programs.
The trick or treat program
will be held at the Library on
Thursday, Oct. 30. Families can
arrive to Trick or Treat anytime
between 6 and 7 p.m. Children
should be wearing a costume
and bring a treat bag. There will
be a simple craft and a spooky
surprise or two in the Children's
Department. Registration is not
required.
Come celebrate Halloween
with a new twist this season.
Popular performer Amanda Bird-
sail returns, with the addition of
Wolff, to form the perfect duo for
Halloween. Amanda now goes by
the name Dakota Rose and, with
Wolff, alias the Masked Fantas-
tic, they make up the Orphan
Trains. Scheduled to appear live,
in person at the Indian River
County Main Library on Oct. 31,
at 6 p.m., they will delight audi-
ences of all ages. This free con-
cert is the third Library perform-
ance for Amanda, the first as a
duo, so come by and sing along
on Friday at 6 p.m. Call Maria at
(772) 770-5060, ext. 4121 for
more information.
Sign language classes will
be offered on Thursdays. Morn-
ings at 10 a.m. and evenings at 6
p.m. Classes are open to begin-
ners and will last 6-8 weeks.
Space is limited. Registration is
required.
Zumba classes are offered
every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in
the Library MultiMedia room.
Dance instructor, Teresa will offer.
hypnotic Latin rhythms for. a
dynamic work out.
Calligraphy classes are
offered on Monday mornings at
10 a.m. The two-hour classes
last 8 weeks and require registra-
tion and confirmation. Supply list
is available now.
Creative characters will be
held at 4 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Based on the successful teen
summer sizzler program, the
youth activities department will
incorporate similar aspects into
its weekly creative writing ses-
sions. Creative characters will
feature drama, debate, puzzles,
games, and writing exercises.
Classes are open to all sixth
through 12th graders.
Pilates, a stretch and tone
class, is scheduled to meet each
Tuesday. The program will focus
on flexibility and core strength.
The class will incorporate Pilates
mat work,' isolated assisted
stretching, movements from
dance and toning using light-
weights. Pilates is appropriate for
all fitness levels. It will be taught
by Janice Broda, 'who brings
more than 20 years of experi-
ence as an exercise instructor.
Beginner karate classes will
be held every Tuesday:at 4 p.m."
These sessions will.be-taught by
seventh degree,black belt, Shi-
han master Jon Cierri via classi-
cal Chinese/Okinawan self-
defense designed for new
students. This is a great family
sport that improves concentra-
tion, balance, breathing and body
tone.
Yoga is offered every Friday,
at 10 a.m. and Wednesdays, at 6
p.m. Instructor Babaji, from Kashi
School of Yoga, teaches all levels
of Gentle Yoga with the emphasis
on breathing. Participants will
need tob wear loose-fitting cloth-
ing, and bring a yoga mat: Class-
es are held in the multimedia
room on the first floor.
Better breathing is taught by
yoga instructor, Babaji, on Friday
at 11:30 a.m., in the multimedia
room.
Quilting is taught by Pat
Lester. Ms. Lester is an accom-
plished quilter from the local
area. A class is offered on Mon-
day from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Classes
are ongoing and open to begin-
ners, as well, as advanced quil-
te rs 1 ,: -1 .
Belly dancing classes are
held -at 3:30 p.m. every Sunday,
taught by Lora Carch, aka
"Parizade," in the multimedia
room. Exercise clothing is sug-
gested.
Tai chi classes are held Mon-
day, at 4 p.m:, and Thursday, at 4
p.m., in the multimedia room.The
instructor, Norman Goodman
taught the Yang style of Tai hi in
China. Benefits include a boost in


confidence, improved relaxation
and increased focus. The class
begins with a Qigong warm-up.
Wear comfortable clothing.
Art class open to beginners
and advanced students. Painting
sessions are taught by Maynie
Thorne, every Sunday, at 1 p.m.
Painting mediums include water-
color, acrylics and pastels.
Music concerts are held
monthly. The concerts are free.
Great Ideas Book Group will
meet the last Thursday of each
month. Discussions will feature
classic literature excerpts from
the Great Books Foundation,
along with contemporary short
stories, poetry, and nonfiction
essays. There is minimal
advanced reading involved. Joel
Nevins, the moderator, has a
strong creative writing, literature
and philosophy background.
House calls at the Library.
Sign up to attend the exciting
new series offered on the second
and third Tuesday at 6 p.m. Indi-
an River County Main Library
welcomes two new doctors to our
'Ask the Doc' series. Each week
the doctors will discuss timely
topics, and follow up with ques-
tions and answers from the atten-
dees. Space is limited.
*, Krafty kids will meet from
2:30-3:30 p.m. every first and
third Wednesday of the month.
This class, held on early dis-
missal Wednesdays, is taught by
Judy Motta. This art class is
designed for elementary-school
aged children. Focus will be on
pencil and colored pencil draw-
ing, with some painting and craft
work.
'* Put on your PJ's every
Thursday night from 6-6:45 p.m.
for pajama time. This storytime
program is designed for two to
eight year olds and their families.'
Join us for storytelling, creative
dramatics, singing, dancing, and
a craft. Pajamas are encouraged,
but not required. There are sev-
eral story times available on dif-
ferent days and for different age
groups. Storytime on Tuesdays
from 11-11:45 a.m. is open to 18
month to 5-year-olds. Preschool-
er storytime; on; Wednesdays
from 11-11:45 a.m., is designed
for 3- to 5-year olds only. Toddler
time is for 18 month to 3 year
olds and takes place on Tues-
days from 10-10:45 a.m. All of
the story times feature story-
telling, creative dramatics, song,
rhyme, games and a simple craft.
Books and Bibies. is back
again this season with a slight
change. This program for birth to
-eighteen month olds will take
place on Tuesdays from 10-11
a.m. This lapsit/playgroup.begins
with fifteen to twenty minutes of
stories, songs and rhymes. This
.is followed by forty to forty-five
Minutes of group play Toys are
provided
The Indian River County Main
SLibrary, located at. 1600. 21st
Street, Vero Beach. For qies-
Stions, call (772) 770-5060, Ext.
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From page A8
ginia in the 1600s. Now we
work together connecting
this family.
Another project has some
very promising matches, but
we've found no common
ancestor yet.
Two of my surnames have
been complete dead ends,
and I suspected we were
searching the wrong sur-


names. In each case, I tracked
down distant cousins and
asked for their cooperation.
In each case, theY-DNA came
back a match to entirely dif-
ferent surnames than were
used by our family. In one
case, it is probably due to
being tied into the Irish clans,
where names were frequently
changed.
Where do I go from here?
Well, at least I know I'm deal-
ing with a name change.
The other two projects are


common names with many
participants in the projects. I
have absolutely no close
matches. You win some and
lose some. So don't jump into
a project expecting miracles,
just pray for a small clue, and
be prepared to wait for it.
If you need any help, just
send me a message. You will
make a new friend, plant a
seed and maybe reap some


reward.
For more information, con-
tact' BrendaKSmith@prodi-
gy.net. The Treasure Coast.
Genealogical Society meets
every third lTesday at the Fort
Pierce Main Library on
Melody Lane from 1:30-3:30
p.m. Volunteers are at the
library every Tuesday from 9
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attend a presentation, call
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There will be a Halloween
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Italian dinner
fundraiser
The annual Italian dinner
fundraiser by the GFWC
Treasure Coast Women will
Garden Club of Indian River
County, 2526 17th Ave., Vero
Beach, from 4 p.m. 7 p.m.
on Oct. 18. Tickets are avail-
able in advance for only $12
per adult and $7.50 per child
10 and under. ,
A limited number of tick-
ets will be available at the
door. There will be door
prizes and baskets for a
drawing.
For more information, call
Barb Fallon at (772) 538-
2067 or
primlady@comcst.net.

Organization will
recycle items
Keep Indian River Beauti-
ful is asking local businesses
and individuals to donate
unwanted, reusable materi-
als to the ReUse Exchange,
Center.
Items such as styrofoam
egg cartons, craft supplies,
tile (full or broken pieces),
cigar boxes, neckties,
clothespins and wine corks
in addition to fabric and
paint chip samples.
To make a donation, drop
off items at the ReUse
Exchange Center in Sebast-
ian on Tuesdays,
Reusable items can also
be dropped off at Habitat for
Humanity on U.S. 1 or the
Senior Resource Association
on 6th Avenue and 14th
Street inVero Beach.


To shop for free reusable
materials, visit KTRB's ReUse
Exchange Center, located at
1255 Main St., Sebastian, or
call (772) 388-5472.

Humane Society
offers tips on
disaster planning
The Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian River
County has published a new
brochure on disaster plan-
ning for pet owners.
The brochure covers top-
ics including pet identifica-
tion, determining if you and
your pets live in a surge
zone, pet supplies needed if
someone must evacuate
with their animals and how
to create a pet first aid kit.
The brochure. can be
obtained free of, charge by
visiting the Humane Society,
located at 6230 77th St., Vero
Beach, or by calling the shel-
ter at (772)388-3331, Ext. 18.

Aquanautics
S class offered :
The North County Aquat-
ics Center is offering Aqua-
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designed to strengthen and
firm muscles, improve car-
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and increase flexibility:
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and are choreographed to
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day 10-11 a.m;.
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30-Year Sentence for Sex Why Not Death?
I am a 20-year resident and business man here in Vero Beach, have offices in 18 states with almost 300 employees, and
I'm likely as busy as most citizens of this town, however, I could not overlook the absolutely insane decision of Judge
Vaughn and his defender Judge Pegg in the sentencing of Denise Harvey. These men may be judges, but I assure you
they are not leaders.
Folks, this decision reflects on everyone of us in this community. Russ Lemmon, who stated that he is not "outraged"
by the sentence is either the most callous writer I ever had the misfortune to read or most likely just ignorant of facts.
I know little of Mrs. Harvey and do not condone her actions; however, sentencing this 40-year old woman to 30-
years in prison goes well beyond most folk's perception of justice as witnessed by the letters written to the Press Journal.
At Mrs. Harvey's age, the sentence is equivalent to life in prison/death. it is not in my nature to stand idly by and watch,
what in all practical terms, is the end of a person's life and for what: sex with a willing 16 year old young man. I do not
think the young men in our community will be a bit safer because this woman is in prison for 30-years at a taxpayer
cost of over $600,000. And what about the young man? Has anyone considered how this might affect him 20 or 30 years
from now, knowing that he was equally, yes equally, responsible for this women being behind bars for basically the rest
of her life. He is the one who will eventually suffer the most from this sentence.
I am not an attorney, but responding to Judge Pegg's comment on the Press Journal's editorial about the paper not
doing the "slightest bit of legal research", I might suggest that Judge Pegg do some legal research. In my opinion, these
two judges have taken the easy route in hiding behind their robes stating they have no leeway in departing from the
sentencing guidelines. As a Naval Officer that line of reasoning reminds me of the Nazis at Nuremberg claiming they
were "only following orders" as if their brains ceased to exist. Please, I'm not equating Vaughn and Pegg to Nazis, just
their line of reasoning regarding departure from set guidelines. Even if Vaughn had imposed a lighter sentence, there
ware absolutely no consequences for him; he can't be fired for doing so, his pay wont decrease, he cant be prosecuted,
and he probably would have been hailed as a hero for doing the right thing.
The Florida Supreme Court and Department of Corrections included Appendix D in the'sentencing guidelines to
ensure that judges do have discretion in these cases as they recognized the law could not cover every contingency. The
Florida Criminal Punishment Code Appendix D dearly states that a judge can depart from the sentencing guidelines
if "The victim was an initiator, willing participant, aggressor, or provoker of the incident'. From what I've read in the
papers, Mrs. Harvey did not drug, drag, "rope and tie", the young man, who was obviously a "willing participant" and
at sixteen years of age knew exactly what he was doing. It took me about 5 minutes of"legal research" to find that the
Florida guidelines "Completing the Scoresheet" Paragraph 30 dearly spells out that the judge can depart from the
guidelines citing artides in Appendix D, as justification for said departure. Judge Pegg by implying that Vaughn was a
nice guy in sentencing her to only 30 years instead of 75 years either did not read Appendix C or my reading is incor-
rect. In my opinion, Judge Vaughn had the option in accordance with Appendix D and did not use that option in this
case he is guilty of malfeasance and should not be on the bench. I did confirm my understating of the law with the
Judicial Qualification' Commission as being correct.
In according to what I have read, the District Attorney i.e. Mr. Bruce Colton, offered Mrs. Harvey a plea bargain of
l-years in prison; I would have turned that down also, as that was NO bargain in light of the fact that the woman on
the other side of the state got a bargain of house arrest; ankle bracelet, and probation for having sex with 14-year olds.
These men evidently have no sense of commonality of justice -ladies beware!
I want to apologize in advance for my ignorance of the entire casp and my reading of the law. However, because the
judges are hiding behind the Sentencing Guidelines and the "Scoresheet" as if this were a football game and hot a per-
son's freedom, let me point out some interesting facts about the "Scoresheet'" Because Mrs. Harvey may have had sex
with the young man 5 times, she gets 80 points for each encounter, i.e. 400 points. If Mrs. Har'i h.id lkll...d th .cung
man that is only 240 points, i.e. much less serious a crime according to the guidelines. .
I believe the Judge would have gained far more respect in the community ii h h. J J..n ithe righl irliin. ,andJ .ari-
ed from the guidelines. No one but the Judge knows whether or not he really believed 30-years was a just sentence as
he and Pegg defended their positions'sighting the guidelines and misleading the public by implying that the guidelines
allowed for no departure. I want to be dear that I am not suggesting that a judge decide a case based on the whims of
the community, but that he does everything possible to ensure that justice is equally served.
I have absolutely no respect for Vaughn or Pegg as judges, and God help me if I ever end up in their courtroom.
However, these judges are elected by this community and I can spend money, time, and effort to see thL, the, mien
never serve as judges in this community again! I don't hold State Attorney Colton in much higher esteem.as his plea
offer was off the charts wrong. Vaughn is up for election this year so remember that when you vote. Pegg is not up for
election until 2012, but I will not forget him. Mrs. Harvey will only have 26 more years to serve when Pegg isWup for
election.
I do not know how this will all play out. Governor Crist can grant Executive Clemency, and I understand there is a
current appeal to the case which I hope will result in a"fair" sentencecommensurate to the crime committed and equal
to commonality with like crimes across the state. However, due to there being two'judges in this community that
believe 30 years is okay, I want to offer to anyone in thiscoimmunity to come by my office at 593 27th Ave. SW and sign.
a petition voicing objections to Mrs. Harvey's sentence, a petition that will go to Governor Crist and the Judicial
Qualification Commission. If our elected officials will not do the right thing,then we have to do something! How could
anyone sleep at night with this decision hanging over our heids? These judges are elected by us and we are responsible
for their decisions. I am not going to be a party to locking a woman up for 30-years for a crime in which the victim
was a willing participant and old enough to know right from wrong. If you can't spare the time to come to my office.
Please, Please vote.
GeorgeSigler, Vero Beach


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For directions to meetings, or more infor-


Community
From page A10
For more information, call (772) 581-7665.
La Leche League meetings set up
La Leche League is a nonprofit organiza-
tion whose mission is to help mothers
breastfeed through mother-to-mother sup-
port.
The La Leche League of the Treasure Coast
meets in different locations from Palm City
to Sebastian.
Mothers with their nursing babies, and
mothers-to-be, are welcome.


For directions to meetings, or more infor-
mation, call Sophy at (772) 233-1883.

GYAC 20/20 Program
The Center is looking for twenty individu-
als, businesses, or organizations willing to
make a three-year commitment of raising
$20,000 per year to keep the Activity Cen-
ter's success ongoing. Any assistance will
make it possible to continue these worth- .
while programs.
Gifford Youth Activity Center is located at
4875 43rd Ave., Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation about Gifford Youth Activity Center
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Religion notes


Immanuel Church
Support group/ cele-
brate recovery, a support
group for hurts, habits and
hang-ups meets every
Thursday at 6 p.m. for din-
ner, 6:45 p.m. for meeting.
Donations are accepted
for dinner.
Celebrate Recovery is a
Biblical 12-step program
that provides help for
hurts, hang-ups, and
habits. Dinner starts at
6:15 p.m. and is optional;
$3 donation. Meeting
starts at 7 p.m.
Immanuel Church is
located ,t 455 58th Ave.,
Southwest, Vero Beach.
For more information,
call (772) 562-3185.

Micco
Community Church
A study entitled The
Twelve Steps for Chris-
tians, a Bible study for
multiple addictions, will
be held on Mondays, start-
ing at 7 p.m. at the church.


An open discussion
entitled "Coffee i and
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evenings at 7 p.m. in the
church fellowship hall.
The church is located on
the corner of Church Street
and Central Avenue in
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For information, call
(772) 538-4916 or (772)
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First Presbyterian
Church of Sebastian
Newcomers and visi-
tors are invited to the 10
a.m. Sunday worship serv-
ice.
Children's Sunday
School starts at 10 a.m.
following the children's
message.
The Pastor's Bible
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at 10 a.m. Youth group will
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for business on Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday, from
9 a.m;-2 p.m.
The church is located one
block north of Main Street
at 1405 Louisiana Ave.,
Sebastian.

Riverside Church
SThe Senior Ministry
welcomes everyone over
the age of 50 to its senior
luncheon at 1p.m. Thurs-
day, Oct. 16 Admission is
free; please bring a cov-
ered dish to share.
Open prayer meeting
is held every Tuesday'from
noon to 2 p.m. You are wel-
come to come to the
Church and pray as long as
you want. On Tuesday
evenings at 7 p.m., the
Men's Group meets for dis-
cussion of the Word and
.fellowship.
OneightyYoiith Group,
an evening of music, fun,
games and a Bible service
at the church, for students
in grades 6-12 begins at
5pm every Wednesday.
Admission is free and free
transportation is available
the Sebastian area.
Mpact Girls' Club, a,
Christian club for girls in
kindergarten through 12th
grade, meets at the church
6:30 p.m., Thursday
evening meetings. The
girls learn about cooking,
camping, crafts, commu-
nity, niissions, friendship,
overcoming peer pressure,
careers, and purity.
A Chapter of Royal
Rangers, one of America's
largest 'and : foremost
adventure, camping and
mentoring programs for
boys and young men in
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Religion
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grades one through twelve,
'meets 5 p.m. every Satur-
day.
Sunday Worship Ser-
vice is held at 8:15 a.m.
and 10:45 a.m. Kingdom
Kids for children in grades
K-5 is held at the same
time; this program
includes Bible lessons kids
Scan understand and apply
,to their lives plus games,
prizes.
The Crabb Revival
'Band will perform a free
concert on Saturday, Oct.
11. Doors open at 5:30
-p.m. and the concert will
begin at 6 p.m. Admission
is free; a love offering is
requested.
Newcomers are welcome
'at Riverside Church, locat-
ed at 11205 Roseland Road,
2 miles west of U.S. 1, in
Sebastian.
For additional informa-
tion, call (772) 589- 7825.

Asbury United
Methodist Church

Pumpkins will arrive on
Saturday, Oct. 11. The
patch will be open daily
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
'(closed on Sunday)
Preschools, kinder-
gartens, schools and other
.groups are invited (reser-
vations only) to come for
story time and hayrides
beginning Monday, Oct. 13
'and will continue Monday
through Friday, until Oct.
31. All proceeds from this
'event go to the youth and
children's ministry and for
scholarships for children
and youth to attend sum-


mer camp.
To make reservations, call
(772) 562-9232.


New Life
Baptist Church

SA Harvest Festival will
take place on Friday, Oct.
31. Wear a fun costume (no
scary ones) and bring the
whole family. There will be
games and activities with
prizes plus light refresh-
ments. The excitement
begins at 7 p.m. and there
is no charge for admission.
Edge Student Min-
istries, the church's youth
ministry meets every
Wednesday evening from 6
to 8 pm. There are lots of
new activities; admission
is free and the evening is
packed with games, snacks
and fellowship. All stu-
dents, regardless of church
affiliation, in grades 6-12
are welcome to attend this
interactive, fun-filled
weekly get together.
Edge JR is-a new chil-
dren's ministry for K-6th
grade every Wednesday
night. All children are wel-
come to this fun-filled,
highly interactive program
that begins at 7 p.m.;
admission is free. .
Gentlemen of the com-
munity are invited to the
Men's Group for fellowship
and discussion of the
Word. Meetings are .held
on alternate Sunday
evenings at 5 p.m.; upcom-
ing dates are Oct. 5 and 19.
Children, women, and
adult Sunday school class-,'
es are held every Sunday
morning at 9:30 a.m. and a
worship service begins at
10:45 a.m.
Newcomers are welcome
at New Life Baptist Church,


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Obituaries
From page A5

He was the packinghouse
manager for Packers of Indi-
an River inVero Beach before
his retirement in 2001. He
served in the U.S. Navy from
1955-58.
He is survived by his wife,
LaVerne ofVero Beach; three
sons, William of Las Vegas,
. Jeff of Atlanta and Richard of
Fort Pierce; a daughter,
.Robin of Vero Beach; nine
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were by
Strunk Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Florence Hand
Blakeslee

Florence Hand Blakeslee,
82, died Sept. 26,2008, atThe
Place atVero Beach.
She was born in St. Louis,
and lived in Vero Beach for
11 years, coming from Dal-
las.
She served as a candy
striper at Fort Sam in Hous-
ton duringWorldWar II.
She was the head of the
residence council at The
Place ofVero Beach.
She is survived by a son,
Steyen of College Station,
Texas;.two daughters, Lila of
Vero Beach and Bonnie of


Azle, Texas and a sister, Bar-
bara of San Antonio.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Robert.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Humane
Society of Vero Beach, 6230
77th St., Vero Beach, FL
32967.
Arrangements were by
Strunk Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Jorden Foster Ray

Jorden Foster Ray, 15, died
Sept. 30,2008 at Indian River
Medical Center in Vero
Beach.
He was bornm in Galveston,
Texas, and lived in Vero
Beach for seven years, com-
ing from Houston.
He was a sophomore at
Vero Beach High School.
He is survived by his
mother, 'Jennifer of Vero
Beach; his father, Mark of
Port St. Lucie; stepfather,
John of Vero Beach; step-,
mother, Kerrie Ray of Port St.
Lucie; a brother, Jaksen of
Vero, Beach; 'three sisters,
Lauren and Kirsten both of
Vero Beach, andMakenzie of
Port St. Lucie; paternal
grandmother, Mary of Hous-
ton. and maternal grand-
mother, JenitaofVero Beach.
Arrangements were by
Strunk Funeral Home and
CrematoryVeroBeach.,

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Rants
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What about how we used to do it?

At age 91, this crisis in the economy cannot affect me for very
long, but it can affect my children, grandchildren and great
grandchildren.
Here are some suggestions to prevent us from going into a
depression:
Get our representatives and senators to listen to suggestions
from all interested people, rather than the affluent lobbyists.
Let's study the programs FDR put in place to get out of the
Depression and put people to work. I lived through it,
We need a modem version of the "Clean Energy PublicWorks
Program," administered by the Department of the Interior and
the Corps of Engineers. There will be work for carpenters, elec-
tricians, plumbers, steel workers, computer programmers,
technicians, administrators and engineers.
It worked then, why not now? We ,except the poor .i pe all
responsible for the current financial crisis, by allowing the rich
and greedy to pressure Congress to remove regulations that
have caused this. They keep saying the market needs confi-
dence. Itwas the many "confidence games" that caused this.
What has happened to the old adage, "if you can't afford it,
don't buy it?" Why are so many enticed to max their credit :
cards? Why isn't there a requirement that a statement should
include how much money will be saved by paying the entire
,bill? The powerful advertising agencies have made us believe
we can afford it and borrowing is the best way.
We are constantly being duped;
SEliminate short sales, hedge funds, low margin, derivatives.
Stocks, bonds and other intangibles held for less.than one year,
allgains taxed at100percent. i
Reward long-term capital gains relative to the time held.
Break up trusts and monopolies. Eliminate the sale and resale
Sof mortgages. Maximum compensation for services performed;
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Look for perfect plants for fall


f you are looking for a
great, carefree plant to
use in your garden, why
not try some sedum?
The word I would use to
describe these interesting
plants is "perfect." They
require very little care from
the gardener and when
planted in small or large
groupings, they look great.
Although not carried by
all garden centers, sedum
can be found at many local
garden centers. These
plants generally look best
when planted in small
groupings in your garden.
They will take center stage
during the fall season, as
that is when you will
experience the blooms that
they have to offer..


Sedum is not all that
picky as to where you plant
them. The plants do prefer
a well-drained soil, but they
will do fine even during our
rainy season. They do very
well in drought conditions
as well. Now you know why
they are the "perfect" plant.'
As an added bonus, they
even do well in colder
temperatures. You want to
try to keep these plants in '
an area that at least gets
some direct sun, as if they


are in an area with too
much shade, they will tend
to get very leggy.
It is a good idea to prune
your plants back once a
year, preferably during the
summer, to allow them to
grow bushier. This also
helps them to spread out in
your garden.
Sedum requires very little
maintenance and the old
blooms do not have to be
removed, as they often do
with other plant varieties.
Watering two to three times
a week during summer and
only about twice a week
during winter is all that is
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Winning is Vero's bread and butter


By John MacDonald
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Entering this season, the
Vero Beach and Fort Pierce
Westwood football teams
looked to be the toast of the
Treasure Coast.
That's even more apropos
now considering the two
squads have burnt the oppo-
sition to go nearly undefeat-
ed through the season's first
few games.
Westwood's lopsided 41-13
victory over Jensen Beach
recently had put the Panthers
at a perfect 4-0. Fort Pierce
scored three touchdowns in
the second quarter to lead
35-7 before putting it' on
cruise control in the game's
final minutes.
"We were hoping to get off
to a good start," Westwood
head coach Waides Ashmon
said. "We're trying to get bet-
ter each week.
"We have to learn not to get
content when we get the
lead. We have to learn how to
finish off teams."
Further south in Palm
Beach Gardens, Vero Beach
was doing its part to keep


pace with Westwood, tagging
the Gators with a 26-0 loss.
After a scoreless first quarter,
Sthe Indians recorded a safety
before Zeke Motta hauledin
a 32-yard pass from
ShawnO'Dare to go into the
locker room with a tenuous
9-0 lead.
Vero Beach got a field goal
from Patrick Baker in the
third quarter before putting
the game away with touch-
down runs by Ben Harrison
and CorbinWeaver.
The win put Vero Beach at
3-1, with the Indians only,
loss to Westwood by 'two
points in the season opener.
Since then the Indians
defense has been the stingi-
est on the Treasure Coast,
giving up six points to Lake
Worth, 20 to Boynton Beach
- most of which came after
head coach Gary Coggin had
emptied his bench and
none in the aforementioned
shutout to Gardens.
"It all comes' down to per-
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their last three games.
"We go in and do our best
to play good solid defense
and be more physical up
front," Ashmon said.
That was exactly what
Westwood did in the season
opener. Fort Pierce con-
trolled the line of scrimmage,
limiting Vero Beach to just
120 yards rushing on 48 car-
ries.
"Our focus coming in was
to shut down their running.
game," Ashmon said. '
Vero Beach struck first
through the air with Clayton
Hall on the receiving end of a
26-yard touchdown pass
from O'Dare.
Westwood didn't take long
to respond, as Jerrell Wash-
ington took the ensuing kick-
off 90 yards to quickly tie the
game.
In the second quarter, it
was Westwood shining on
special teams yet again with
Everette Jackson taking a
dying punt 46 yards to, put
Fort Pierce up 14-7.
' "I told him that no matter
what the ball did, pick it up
and get to the wall and that's
what he did," Ashmon said.
"What he did was great. That
really swung it (momentum)
our way.
"The defense was playing
big up to that point and we
took it to the half with the
lead." . "L, : -
Westwood maintained its
advantage into the, fourth
quarter until Vero, Beach's
Harrison:punched it, in from
2-yards outto narrow the gap
to one point. Patrick'Baker's
PAT was good, but an illegal
procedure call nullified the
kick and pushed the Indians
b1. k


A bad snap then prevented
Baker from tying the score at
14. .
"Our kicking (game) is:
behind," Coggin said. "We
were so comfortable with
that the last two years."
On the kickoff, Vero Beach '
seemed. to gain the upper :
hand when it pinned West-
wood back to its own 1-yard .
line. Unrattled, Isaac Virgin
connectedvwiih Leon Shorter
on a 45-yard pass play On _'.
Sthe next play, it was Washing-'
ton again, taking the handoff
the rest ol the way to put Fort
Pierce up 21-13. :
"When he'breaks it, you
definitely. can't catch
him."Ashmonsaid.
With its. running game
unable to get on track, Cog- .
gin turned to O'Dare who.
pulled Vero Beach to within
21-19 by finding Hall for 37
yards. ,
Corbin Weaver tried to de
the game,.,but, his 2-point
attempt was stuffed at the 1-
Syard line by Addopphus Gor- .
Sdon.
"He made a great play,"
Ashmon said of Gordon.i*. ;
Since then, Vero Beach has
been able to reestablish itself :
on the ground while no one
has-been able to slow down ,,
Westwood until Treasure
Coast pulled out a 13-0 win.
Both teams still seem bound
for postseason glory, ,
although the season is far,
from over., '
"The unique part of it is ,
that we are preparing for a :
marathon," 'Coggin ,said. -
"Some people are only capa- ,
ble of going short distances." '


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all-purpose water-soluble
fertilizer once every couple
of months if you wish.
With cooler weather just
around the corner, many of
our favorite classic plants
will soon be available at
your local garden centers.
One of my favorite classics
is the geranium. Annual
geraniums are very popular
for their wide range of
brilliant, colorful flowers
plus their foliage is also very
attractive.
The types and varieties of
these colorful plants vary
widely from cultivars that
grow six inches high to some
that grow to be several feet
tall.
Geraniums need a bright
location with at least a
couple of hours of direct sun
in order to thrive. These
wonderful plants also need
to be planted in well-
drained soil; otherwise, the
plants will be prone to
fungus infection and
disease.
After planting your
colorful treasures, you will.
want to water them abun-
dantly the first few days,
taking care to be sure they
drain between watering.
Water regularly thereafter,
still ensuring the plants
drain and the soil dries out
between watering intervals.
When you water your
plants; try to avoid getting
water on the leaves, as this
can lead to possible disease
problems. Do not plant
geraniums where they will
receive their water from a
sprinkler system.
Geraniums are heavy,
feeders and if not fertilized
properly, their leaves may
yellow and drop. There are
several options you can use
for fertilizer, such as a slow
release fertlizer or a water-
soluble fertilizer.
The slow release fertilizer
will need less intervention
.on your part as some
products such as Osmocote
and Dynamite feed for as
long as si\ months.
Water-soluble fertilizers,
such as Miracle Gro, provide
a more immediate fix but
\\ill require more frequent
seedings, about every two to
three weeks. The waier-
-solublt'e fading o;.luiuotlrdre -
quite safe and there is little
chance of burning your
plants.
There are a couple of
things you can do to prolong
how many flowers your
plants will produce. Proba-
bly the single most impor-
tant solution is to pinch the
spent flowers off the stems
on a regular basis. This will
ensure a season beautiful
color. Pinching also has the
advantage of helping to
produce well-branched and
full plants.
A good rule-o- thumb
when choosing your
treasures is to pick plants
that not only have abundant
flowers, but that have lots of
tight buds also. Look for
dark green foliage with not a
lot of yellow leaves or
yelloAwing at the tips of the
leaves.

Joe Zelenak has 26 ears
experience in gniarining and
landscape. Sead e-mails to
gardennook,'bellsouth.net
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Games give golfers chance to show their stuff


A lH golfers have one or
/' two aspects of our game
J Jthat stand out. There
are usually one or two things
that we excel at, and when
those click, we happily
remember just why it is we
play this silly game.
Unfortunately, there are,
also.things in this game that
we are far less than stellar at
doing. Those- shots or
moments quickly remind us
not to quit our day job and try
our luck on one of the profes-
sional tours.
Most of us, however, have
thought that if not for those
one or two deficiencies in our
game, we may actually be able
to play for money If only you
didn't have to putt or hit your
driver, or play shots from out
of bunkers, taking on Tiger or
Vijay may actually be possi-
ble.
Soon we will have our
chance to prove just that. .
This December, golfers will
get their shot to win cold, hard
cash and prizes using the
skills they are best at when the
American Golf Games comes
to Duran Golf Club inViera.
On Dec. 5-7, amateur
golfers will have their chance
to win a portion of a $100,000
purse with a $50,000 first prize
at the American Golf Games
Competition. Golfers will
compete in a series of skills
challenges based on what
they believe to ,be the
strongest parts of their game,
with the top 20 finishers win-
ning cash and prizes.
This event is ot a"stop and'
hit a few quick shots before
hitting the showers" event.
This is a three-day golf festival
beginning with an opening
reception. on Thursday


tion.
On the final day, every com-
GOLF 'h petitor will have a chance to
JAMES win a car. Players .will ran-
STAMMER domly be assigned to 5-per-
son teams for speed golf. Each
team will play the par-5 9th
hole, with each team member
evening, Dec. 4. hitting a different shot. One
The first day's competition player will hit the tee shot, the
begins early and run through- next the second shot and so
out the day on Friday with a on until the ballis holed.
"beachfront re-charger" at the Winners will be determined
Crowne Plaza Oceanfront on by adding the strokes taken to
Melbourne Beach. the minutes it takes to play the
Saturday's games are fol- hole.
lowed by a "poolside refresh- For instance, it takes your
er" at the Viera Holiday Inn.
Sunday wraps up the compe-
tition with a "speed golf to win
a car finals" highlighting the
day.
The American Golf Games
competition consists of skills
challenges, divided into two
sections. The first section is
compulsories.
In this portion of the event,
each golfer will select six of the
eight challenges to participate
in. The challenges consist of
putting, water wedge, shape
shot: your call, sand play, tar-
get golf: long irons/hybrids,
break-the-glass, flop wall and
scoring zone.
The 'second section is
freestyle. Here you must .
choose three skills from a list i ..
of six Your choices are: long I
drive, longest putt, your best
shot, straight driver, up and
in, and three par 3s. '
Select the challenges that
best fit your skills to give your-
self the best chance to score .
points and take hommesoe m
cash.
The top eight finishers in
each skill challenge will earn
points, with bonus points also
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total score of 6:42.
The 10 teams with the low-
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In the finals, 50 golfers will
play Duran's tough 18th hole
by themselves with the lowest
time and stroke total driving
home in a new car.
,To enter, you must be an
amateur golfer at least 18 as of
Dec. 5. You may enter online
or by mail and the number of
spots, is limited, If you enter


on or before Oct. 15, you're
entry fee is $395. After Oct.15,
the fee goes up to $495. Fees
include all the games you
select, as well each evening's
festivities and your chance to
win a new car.
For entry forms, additional
information and more, check
out the Web site www.ameri-
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headquarters in Indiatlantic
at(407) 461-0024.
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Works of


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roll art on


display

By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
It's a visual collection of
some of rock 'n roll's great-
est icons, photographic
images that freeze for all
time 1970s era performanc-
es by such legendary stars
as Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan,
The Eagles, Neil Diamond,
Taj Mahal andElvis.
"Juan Camacho-Images:
faces of Rock 'n Roll," exhi-
bition opened Oct. 3 atVero
Beach's Gallery 14 and will
run until Saturday, Nov. 1.
The archival prints come
from original slides of shots
taken by professional pho-
tographer Juan Camacho.
Each shot captures 'the
essence of the performer
and one can almost "hear"
the. music through its visual
depiction: ;
Gallery 14 artist Dorothy
,Hudson noted that her fel-
low 12 Gallery 14 artists are
-"really excited about the
exhibit," which will also'
feature photos taken in:
Castro's Cuba by Mr. Cama-
cho as well as an exhibit
entitled "Body Electric: Fig-
urative Work by Gallery 14
Artists."
The gallery, located at
1911 14th Ave. in down-
town Vero Beach, was
founded in 2007. Gallery-14
features a wide range of
works in many media by i s
artists; as well as exhibits by
guest artists.
The gallery's official sea-
son opening is set for
Thursday, :Nov. 6 at 5 p.m.
and the pubic is invited to
attend.
Mr. Camacho, 55, was
born in Cuba, but fled the
island with his family in
1960 to the United States
after Fidel Castro's rise to
power.
He presently splits his
residency between Vero
Beach and a vacation town
in Wisconsin where he
owns a summer bicycle.
shop.
As a child, Mr. Camacho
developed an interest in
photography and,used the
family camera to snap a
variety of images.-
His father was a sugar
cane engineer wh6se job'
took the family around tie
world.
SPhotography remained a
major interest and after
graduation-, from high

See ROCK, B3


Photo by Cathy Guinn
Ginette S. Beakbane, owner of Old tow n Caf Vero Beach, with customers Bar-
bara and Jerry Flagg, who eat at the restaurant daily. The cafe series home-style,,
comfort food. Its motto is "just a good place to eat." '

Classics done right at Old Towne


By Cathy Guinn
For Hometown News
VERO BEACH -Like
the sign hanging above
Vero's Old Towne Cafe, this'
restaurant lives' up to its
promise: "just' a good
place to eat.".-
This landmark, cafe,
located adjacent to Piper
Aircraft, was also known
-. as the Airport Cafei Cloud
Nine, and, for the last 12
years, Old Towne.Cafe.
Owner Ginette S.
Beakbane purchased the
restaurant five years ago


from friends Joyce and Jeff.
Roberts.- Keeping many of
the, same recipes, Ms. -
Beakbane, with the help of'
ChefTina Irving, added an
assortment of "comfort"
favorites such as stuffed
*cabbage, meatloaf, chick-
en pot pie, Salisburysteak,
onion-ctusted pork.chop,
and pot roast, all modestly
priced at $7.50.
Chef Irving trained,
under renowned local
Chef Jerry Van Keulen
(formerly of the Verto
Beach Yacht Club),' nd
has pleased local diners'


for more than 14 years
with her home-style cook-
ing. -
S"We pride ourselves.in.
home-style cooking and
as having the best break--
fast. in town," said Ms.
Beakbane. *'' -
SNo arguments there, as
friends and I headed out
for a late breakfastlearly
lunch. Greeted by the
warm smile of hostess
Joella, we felt as if we had,
entered our grandrooth"
er's kitchen.
See TOWNE, B4


Photo by Stephanie LaBell
Members of the Altar Boyz, from left: are David Perlman, John Pinto Jr., K.J. Hip-
pensteel, Peter Previti and Daniel Shevlin.

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By Barbara Yoresh :
SEntertainment wriler
.The five cast members
are, 'according to their
.director,'a triple threat.
But don't go" calling
Homeland , Security
; because the young men
Starring in t the :critically'
acclaimed musical comedy
,'Altar bOyz" that opens Fri-
day, Oct 10 at Ri\erside
Theatre, merely: possess
unusually talented acting,
singing and dancing, skills,
known in show business as,


"triple threats.'"
. :The show, which ruris
through Nov. 2, marks thei
Sprender production of the
2008-09 season at the the-
ater. This year, Riverside is
.celebrating its 3Sth year
presenting live, profession-
al performances.
.Just over a week before,
opening night,'and during
a show rehearsal, the cast
and directr.of 'Altar Boyz"
met to.. discuss the high-
energy show that features
five small-town boys who
form a Christian boy-band


(with one Jetish member
who writes their lyrics).
.'The quintet are trying to
'save souls one fan at a time
Through their catchy tunes,
Energetic dance movesand
overall charisma, which
has the girls screaming
with adoration;.-' .
'.' :The"Bov\z" Matthew (K.I.
Hippensteel; Mark ilohn
Pinto. Ir.l: Luke IDaniel
Shevlin); luan iPeier Pre i-
.ti) and Abraham tDaniel
Perlman) are portrayed by
an uncommonly attractive
See BOY, B5


Out&


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SATURDAY, OC. 11
STheCrabb Revival Baid will
Perform a free concert at the
Riverside Church in Sebastian.
The group plays contemporary
gospel music that brings people
to their feet and then to their
knees. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
and the concert begins at 6
p.m. Admission is free and a
love offering is requested. River-
side Church is located at 11205
Rbseland Road in Sebastian. For
more information, call (772)
589-7825.
'9 Vero' Beach High School
Band hosts the 27th Annual
Crown Jewel"Marching Band
Festival which features some of
the finest high school bands in
Florida who will compete in a
preliminary and finals format.
Thousands of high school musi-
cians are expected to perform
half-time and competition
Shows. The finals, competition
begins at 6:30 p.m. with gates
'opening at 5:30 p.m.' "All day"'.,
'tickets are $12 each and finals':
.tickets are Sb0. The Crown.:
SJewel Band Festival is jointly.
sponsored by the VBHS Band
and the. Fighting Indians Band
'Boosters. For more information
or to purchase tickets, call.(772)
'564-5646 or visit:t the festival
Web -. 'site' at
www.cr.ownj ewel.vero-
beach.fl.us

S SUNDAY, OCT. 12
The Veggie Tales live tour
* will make a stop in Vero Beach
Sat 2 and 6 p.m. in the Vero,
Beach High School Performing
Arts Center. This, 80-minute
show of singing, dancing and a
whole lot of silliness features
Favorite Veggie Tales songs-and -
is perfect for kids of all ages.
The event is made possible by
'Next Level Productions, a non-
. profit public charity. All seating
is reserved and tickets are $20
Sfor the lower level in advance
and $25 the day of the show.
Seats are $15 for the upper
..level and $25 for the center
Artist Circle lower level.
For more show-information,
Scall (772) 794-4655. Tickets
are available at Wings of Joy
Bookstore at 1940 58th Ave. or
by calling (772) 567-5755..and
at the VBHS Box office at (772)
564-5646. To charge tickets by
phone, call (800) 965-9324.

TUESDAY OCT. 14 -NOV. 11
Vero Beach Museum of Art
Film studies course featuring
films on the arts will begin
Tuesday, Oct. 14 for a five-ses-
sion series. All five films in the
course, titled, "Muse-en-Scene,"
,have received critical acclaim.
This course deals with painters,
:' actors, writers, musicians- and
dances in films that illuminate
their lives and times and help
us see what inspired them..
Scheduled films are: art as sur-
vival: "The Cats of Mirikitani," on
See OUT, B7


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 10-10-2008
Aries -March 21-April 19
Yoir ideas are especially hot
right now. Now is the time to
take action on your goals and
desires. Action comes when
you write down and ground
an idea. Action creates reality
and brings the idea into phys-
ical reality. One success paves
the way for another. When;
your heart is in it, that is like a
ooster rocket ensuring victo-
ry.

Taurus April 20-May 20
It's important to set daily,
weekly, monthly and yearly
goals. It gives you a track to
follow so you don't get side-
tracked on less important
things. Focus and balance are
two of the most important
qualities of a positive Taurean.
Others around you respect
you more when you are
focused. They will also help
you when you; are open to
asking. .

Gemini May 21-June 21
See, the lighter touch works.
Being careful of comniit-
ments. and involvements is
working for you. It gives you
more free time to create bal-
ance and happiness. Now you
are getting more of the
important things done. Cre-
ative choices translate into
higher income. When, your
heart is in a good p oject you
always emerge a winner.
S"Cancer June 22-July 22
Keep a sharp focus on -what
your heart is telling you and
you will have an edge on
when,to. act and when to
wait The universe has a mind
of its own., Refuse to second
guess it. Refuse to get side-
tracked. Keep your heart open,
rand your spirit strong and you
will see wonderful results.
Spirit is our best friend when
we trust. -

Leo- July 23-Aug.22
Your priorities remain clear.
You continue to have a strong
sense of the most important'
areas of life that need to be
Addressed. Where does all
this insight come from? From
your heart and instincts, of
course. You are a living exam-
ple of how to use this inner
guidance. Your positive phi-'
losophy is a beacon for others
searching for truth.

Virgo -Aug. 23-Sept 22
You can't change another per-,
son, but you can change how
you react to their words and
: actions. Keep lighter touch
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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


KEYBOARD GEST OF THEI
ROLLIAB STORES


Scopes
From page B
when faced with challenges.
Say, This too shall pass" Stay
centered no matter what
comes your way. Move above
the small stuff. You have much
more important things to do
with your life, thank you.
ibra- -Sept23-Oct.22
Stay focused on your present,
dreams and desires. ive in the


now, one day at a time. Your
actions speak for you much
more than your words. Your
strong judgment is sought out
by many around you who are
not as much in touch as you
are. Your passion and purpose
is highly respected. You help
everyone emerge as winners.
Scorpio- Oc. 23-Nov. 21
You seem to have a guardian
angel watching over you. No
need to wony. Your ability to
visualize and handle details is


one of your greatest gifts. You
always get the job done. You
handle responsibilities well.
You are always there when
needed. More good is on the
way to you now. Just be ready
and open when it comes.
Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21'
Keeping your energy high is a
challenge. Why? Because you
love life so much, you have a
tendency to overdo. Take a
couple of. days to rest and
recharge. You will come back


stronger than ever. You know
what you want You have
already proven yourself. Stay.
on this edge and the world will
reward you for your true worth
and reward you greatly.
Capricornm- Dec 22-Jan. 19
Be patient right now and you
will safely weather the storms
of life, swirling around you.
Maintaining your own cool in
the face of challenge is the key.
You can do it You always
respect others. Just keep a
focus on your main goals and
you will continue to move
things forward and achieve
your highest aspirations.
.Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Yours is a blessed life. The uni-
verse loves you. Your hard
work and loyalty are legion.
Bum out is unnecessary. Walk
for 20 or 30 minutes every day.
It keeps your legs strong and
your circulation going. Read an
inspirational book before
going to sleep. You will wake
up rested, renewed in spirit:
and raring to go again.
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Pisces Feb. 19-March 20
Sometimes you even amaze
yourself. Few other signs can
so capably deal with the past,
present and future. You seem
to have a deep, inexhaustible
supply of energy. This why you
were given the depths of the
water and your feelings to
guide you. The world is a bet-
ter place because of this well.
It never runs dry. You are what
heart is all about
Star visions
Come to the 8th Annual
Woman's Club of Stuart Psy-
chic Fair, Saturday, Oct O 18
from 10 a.m. to 6p.m., at 729
E. Ocean Blvd. It is a benefit
and a lot of fun. James Tuck-
er offers exciting private
readings, personal astrology
and compatibility charts,
home and office parties and
inspirational group talks. For
details call (772) 334-9487
e-mail jtuckxyz@aol.com or
visit his new Web site,
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underway for


Halloween parade


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH -The Vero
Beach Recreation Depart-
ment presents its 50th
annual Halloween parade
and costume contest on
Oct. 25, with a tribute to the
1950s.
The parade will travel
down 14th Avenue to the
Vero Beach Community
Center. The line-up begins
at 9:30 a.m., and the parade
begins at 10 a.m. The
parade will begin on the
east side of the Freshman.
Learning Center in Vero
Beach.
A Halloween costume
contest will take place for
ages 0-17 directly following
the parade at theVero Beach
Community Center.
Everyone is encouraged


to dress up, however, the
free goodie bags and con-
test are for the children.
There will be prizes for
outstanding costumes and
an additional prize for the
best dressed 50s-style c'os-
tumes. Remember to bring',
your camera. The photo
opportunities : continue,
inside the Community Cen-
ter, with the stage decorated
to celebrate Halloween;'
along, with a 1950s rock 'n '
roll nostalgia theme
Enter a float or walking
group in the-parade. There
is no entry fee for the
parade. No political floats
are allowed.
For more information,
contact Gaby Dwyer, ,Hal-
loween supervisor at (772)
S231-4787 or (772) 567-2144
or visitwwv .covb.org.


Rock
From page B1
school in the Philippines,
Mr. Camacho earned a
degree in photography in
1974. He subsequently
became the chief photogra-
pher at Louisiana State
University and \as
assigned to cover rock con-
certs.
Access to the musical
stars was easier in those
days, Mr. Camacho said.


"It was a different man-
agement of photographers
in those days. Now they're
micro-managed and it's
very selective who can take
pictures of the artists," Mr.
Camacho said.
He noted that the exhibit'
photographs cover the peri-
od of the early to late 1970s
during a musical era that is
still iconic to many Baby
Boomers.
"I think a lot of the inter-
est in this show is the nos-
talgic look back at their


youth that, gallery visitors
will get.
"It's a bygone time that
can .never be replicated,"
Mr. Camacho said.
Asked if he has a favorite
photograph or performer,
Mr. Camacho 'demurred
somewhat, but noted he
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especially liked his shot of
performer Taj Mahal.
"His energy really comes
through on that photo-
graph," Mr. Camacho said.
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Towne
From page BI
The casual country decor
set the stage for our satisfy-
S. ing sausage, gravy and bis-
IAL cuts, made from scratch
y with more sausage than
gravy, and delivered by our
.95 delightful server, Stacey
mShannon.,
2-8333 The blueberry pancakes
SStreet) were loaded with fresh
berries, and the Greek
omelet, by far the best I've
had, was overflowing with


freshly sauteed spinach in
garlic, huge nuggets of Feta
cheese and fresh tomatoes.
This was wrapped by a per-
fectly cooked blanket of
eggs, refreshingly soft and
moist. Omelets are priced
from $4.95 to 6.95, served
with two sides, and are
offered in heart healthy Ver-
sions of Egg Whites or Egg.'
Beaters.
Other breakfast favorites
include both a traditional
and country Benedict (bis-
cuit, sausage patty, poached
egg, smothered in sausage


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Call (772)569-6377.
Hours are Monday-Friday 7
a.m.-l:30 p.m, Friday4 p.m.-.
8 p.m. Sunday 7:30 a.m.-1:30
p.m. Closed Saturdays.


gravy), and a. best seller
called "Lord & Ladies," which
is two eggs, two bacon strips,
two buttermilk pancakes, ;
and two sausage links, all for'
$5.50. We watched many
platters of "Lords 'and
Ladies" make their way to
diners.
For an even heartier'
appetite, try the steak and,
eggs or pork chop and eggs, i
both priced at $7.95. Old
Towne Cafe .prides itself on
its homemade grits, and if
you are a grit lover you better
arrive early, as this favorite'
sells out quickly.
For lunch, we started with
navy bean and. ham soup.
Filled with smoky ham, the,
sparkling clear broth was not .
cloudy with the usual.:
opaqueness caused by over-
cooking the beans, and left
us satisfied, not stuffed.
The creamy chicken rice
soup, on the other hand,
could serve as a hearty meal
in itself. The velvety smooth
base was thick, creamy, and
loaded with large chunks of"
tender chicken. At $2.75 a,
Scup and $3.75 a bowl, lunch-
ing out is cheaper than, eat-
ing at home.
Burgers, Reubens, melts.
wraps and salads followed,
andwe chose coconut chick-
en bites, served with a sweet
and sour sauce as a lunch
starter. These succulent
bites, the size of 50 cent
pieces, came covered in a"
golden brown spindly coat-:
ing of coconut slivers. The
sweet crunchy coating com-
plimented the soft savory
chicken inside..: It was like
eating a macaroon filled with
chicken, and what could be
better? .. -:.
Next, we were treated to an
Old Towne luncheon
favorite, the onion Alaskan
pollack served with the
famous 'Calypso". sauce..,
The fish was mild, moist, and''
smothered with a special
crust of dried onions. The
sauce, a Chef Tina secret
recipe, was a sweet
remoulade-style, with a
tangy undertone and just a.
hint of horseradish. This was
a memorable dish.
Stace% brought us sides of
homemade mashed, pora-
toes and brightly colored al
denite green beans. The beef
gravy, which comes irh the
inashed potatoes i(urkey
gravy is also available), was
good enough to eat by itself.
Rich, dark, silky smooth and
full of flavor without being,.
salty, that beef gravy is a win-,'
ner.
The O'Brien sandwich was
our next.treat. With mounds
of roast beef, turkey, sliced '
onions, Swiss cheese and a
mild horseradish mustard
served on a classic pumper- ,
nickel rye bread, this is sure
to please sandwich lovers out'
there.
Another noteworthy item,
the fish Reuben, is a twist on
the classic version that uses
fish with sweet cabbage,
along with Swiss cheese and
dressing.
On the lighter side, there"
are plenty of salads and
wraps to choose from. Hot
lunch specials change daily
Our dessert was a mouth-
.watering bread pudding with
Bourbon'sauce, baked and
servedinanindi\idual casse-
role,, and. topped with'
whipped cream. Plump
raisins popped out of this
dreamy pudding, while the
Bourbon sauce added a nice
;contrast to the sweemess of
the pudding.
'This is hearty enough to
share, arid at $2.50, is budget
,friendly Other desserts, all
priced at $3, include coconut
cream, pecan and lemon
meringue pies, and home-
made strawberry shortcake.
Although Old Towne Cafe
is primarily open for break-
fast and lunch, on Fridays
they reopen at 4 p.m. for an
all you can ear fish fry For ,
$8.75, you can get your fill of
Alaskan pollack along with
two sides.
Other menu items include:
seafood Newburg, crab
cakes, baked whitefish, open
prime rib on garlic toast, and,
Coming in November, prime .
rib. Entrees range from
$8.95-12.95. Wine and beer
are available.


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Boy
From page B1
and talented cast of New York
City-based professionals.
Under the direction of
Stephen Boumeuf, the cast of
"Altar Boyz" interacts with the
audience, who quickly
become the group's "fans."
"The audience is the sixth
member of the cast," said Mr.
Boumeuf.
SHe noted that this show is
perfect for theatergoers of all
ages who enjoy lively musical
performances.
"These guys have some-
thing for everyone and each
character is someone the
audience can identify with,"
Mr. Boumeuf said.
The band is looking for
their big break, while they try


to convert the world's sinners.
"It's filled with humor, heart
and great music," Mr.
Boumeufsaid.
He likened the fictitious
"Boyz" somewhat to "fabricat-
ed" bands of the past, such as
The Monkees.
The audience will quickly
discern five distinctive per-
sonalities and talents, includ-
ing a heartthrob Latin lover
type, as well as one band
member of questionable sex-
ual orientation, Mr. Boumeuf
said.
Mr. Previti (Juan) explained
that each 'Altar Boy" in the
show is unique.
"We have five very different
types and we each bring
something very specific to the
roles. The show is truly about
family, brotherhood and
coming together. And it's like


watching MTV on stage," Mr.
Previti said.
Mr. Hippensteel called the
production "a playful show
that's a blast from beginning
to end."
"Altar Boyz" debuted in
NewYork City in 2004 where it
is still in production. Touring
productions of the show have
performed throughout the
United States, as well as over-
seas. Some cast members per-
formed in previous produc-
tions of "Altar Boyz" or have
worked with Mr. Boumeuf.
"I saw 200 boys (audition)
for these five slots. You look
for them to be triple threats
and these guys are," he said.
'Altar Boyz'" runs from Oct.
10 through Sunday, Nov. 2 on
the stark Mainstage at River-
side Theatre which is located


at3250 RiversidePark Drive in
Vero Beach. Tickets for the
show are $20 to $50. For more
information, call the box
office at (772) 231-6990 or
(800) 445-6745 or visit online
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- This year's fifth annual
Indian River County Fire-
fighters' Chili Cook-offwill
be held Oct. 25, and is
packed with events and
fun.
The event is usually held
on Ocean Drive on Memo-


rial Day weekend, but this
year's event had to be
moved because of a previ-
ous uncertainty of the
Humiston Park construc-
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Pointe West, a spacious
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This year, Clear Channel
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area with bounce houses
and more.
All of the fun, contests
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previous years have been
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to make this one of their
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Riverside. Children's
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stages for its seventh
annual Haunted House
that will take place Satur-
day, Oct 18, and TFriday
,:: through Sunday, Oct.: 24-
S26 at the Agnes Wahlstrom
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flaunted
Fom page B6
panned by students and
saff, promises to be one
( the spookiest yet.
|A production class, with
,chnical director Shawn
Vebber, has gotten
evolved with early plan-
ning of the event.
Each year a new theme
s chosen, one geared to
hose ages 5 to 10, and
,one for older, braver par-
ticipants.
In contrast to last year's
haunted mansion theme,
this year participants td
the little house will tour a,
monster factory, where
mad scientists will lead
them to encounter the


likes of Dracula, Franken-
stein and other creepy
characters.
A labyrinth of lost souls
will take the not-so-faint-
of-heart on a journey to
visit spooks, goblins and
other unimaginable
beings. The labyrinth of
lost souls is recommend-
ed for ages 10 and up.
The haunted houses are
staffed by PCT students,
under the creative direc-
tion of Riverside Theatre


educational and produc-
tion staff. Haunted house
hours are Saturday, Oct.
18 and Sunday, Oct. 26
from 5 to 8 p.m., and Fri-
day and Saturday, Oct. 24
and Oct. 25, from 5 to 9
p.m. Tickets are $5 for one
trip and $8 for two trips.
For more information,
call (772) 231-6990 or visit
the Web site www.river-
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Out
From page B1
Oct. 14; art and narcissism:
"Hilary and Jackie" on Oct. 21;
art and accessibility: "Looking for
Richard," on Oct. 28; art as dis-
cipline: "Etoiles Dancers of
the Paris Opera Ballet," on Nov.


r


4; and art as obsession: "Vin-
c4nt" on Nov. 11.
All films are presented in their
original language with English
subtitles as necessary. Classes
are offered -in the. museum's
Leonhardt Auditorium at 1:30
p.m. or 7 p.m. Film moderator
Warren Obluck introduces the
films and provides film back-


ground information for each
course amd moderates discus-
sion at the film's conclusion.
Students may register, in per-
son at the museum or by
phone. The museum is located
at 3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach.
Call education assistant,
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scenery that will leave you in
awe. Recreate the same jour-
ney gold miners took more
than 100 years ago.
As you ascend the steep
mountaintops, you will mar-
vel at the engineering of the
incredible railroads rand
begin to wonder how they
were able to do this that
many years ago.
SThe trains across Colorado
tour will bring all of tfis to
-life and answer'many ques-
tions you may have about
this feat.
The first train used is the


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THURSDAY, OCT.23


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Durango and Silverton Nar-
row Gauge Railroad, which
was founded by the'Denver
and Rio Grande Railway in
1879. This train was first
built to haul ore from the
San Juan Mountains, but
passengers soon became
aware of the mountain
views..Now you can re-live
this spectacular journey.
The second train was built
in 1880 and is known as the
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic
Railroad. This railroad
remains one of the most
spectacular examples of the
steam era of mountain rail-
roading. This train was used
for hauling precious metals,
but today carries passenger
over high trestles, through
dark tunnels and along nar-


museum is located at 3001
Riverside Park Drive in Vero
Beach. Call (772) 231-0707 or .
visit the Web site www.ver-
obeachmuseum.org.'
The inaugural-presenta-
tion of the 2008-09,Emerson
Center humanities series will
feature Florida Cracker story-
telling of the late 1800s with
Judge Nelson Bailey of Palm
Beach County at 7 p.m. Judge
Bailey is listed in the. Directory
of American Storytellers as a
teller of Florida stories. His sto-
rids weave together a multi-
colored quilt of history from
early Florida with true tales, of
Native Americans, Spanish
explorers, settlers, ranchers
and more. The humanities
series is presented in partner-,
ship with the Florida Humani-
ties Council. Six acclaimed
speakers and performers will.
be presented at the center and
all will relate to Florida history,
and issues. Admission is free
and all performances begin at
7 p.m.
The Emerson Center is locat-
ed at the Unitarian Universal-
st .fellov-ship at ,590 27th.


row mountain passes.
The third railway is know
as the Royal Gorge Scenic
Railway and is billed as the
most scenic train ride in
North America. While riding
on this railway, you will most
likely get to see the bald
eagle and red tailed hawks as
they soar above you. This
particular train takes you
over 12 miles and follows the
same trail as the old Denver
and Rio Grande Western
line.
The last, but by all means,
not the least, is the Pikes
Peak Cog Railway. You will
start this part of the trip at a
1,300-acre park known as
the Garden of the Gods. This
is the highest Cog Railway in
the U.S. It is nine miles long
and climbs to almost 8,000
feet.
On this trip, you will have
the opportunity to visit the
Colorado National Monu-
ment and Mesa Verde
National Park.
Mesa Verde, 'Spanish for


Ave. at the conrer of 16th St
Call (772) 778-5249.

THURSDAY, OCT. 30-
SATURDAY, NOV. 1

-* "Little Shop of Horrors,"
one of the longest running off-
Broadway shows of all time,
will be presented by the St.
Edward's School Theatre
Department. Come see the
man-eating plants at this zany
show, which will be held at
7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30.
and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. on Sat-
urday, Nov. 1 at the Waxlax
Center for the Performing Arts
at 1895 St. Edward's Drive, off
A1A. Tickets are $10 for adults
and discounted tickets are
available at $5 for seniors and
students. "Little Shop of Hor-
rors" is recommended for ages
8 and up, but may be too.
intense for impressionable
younger children so parents
are advised to use discretion.,.
Tickets are available at the
Waxlax Center box office from .
noon until curtain time and
reserved seats are available in
cavance, ,ty. contacting Ticke-


green table, offers a spectac
ular look into the lives of the:
Pueblo people who made;
this their home for more
than 700 years. Today, the1
park protects over 4,000O
known archaeological sites,
including 600 cliff dwellings.
The Colorado National
Monument preserves one of;
the grand landscapes of the
American West. Many color-'
ful formations along with
desert bighorn sheep and
soaring eagles reflect the
environment and history of
the plateau and canyon;
country. Both of these sites
are among the most. welli
preserved in the Unitedl
States.
If you find this type of trip
interesting, call and allow:
Gadabout Travel to help with
your plans to explore a new;
discovery with tours.,
Rosemarie Mascarenhas,is:
a consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached ati
www.cruisetraveltours.com,
or by calling (772) 589-0633.


tAlternative at (877) 725-!
8849.
FRIDAY, NOV. 14-
MONDAY, NOV. 17.

SThe annual festival of
trees will be presented byl.
designers and decorators at
the Agnes Wahlstrom Youthi
Playhouse and Anne Mortoni
Theatre at Riverside children's
Theatre located at 3280 River-.
side park Drive in Vero Beach.,'
The 11th annual holiday fes-
tival is a major fundraiser fori
the theater, which is the edu-
cational and youth-orientedj
arm of the non-profit Riversidei
Theatre, Inc. The 16,000-
square-foot theater, will be'
turned into a winter wonder-I
land of decorated trees,
wreaths and more. Local
florists and designers will pres-
ent displays and more than 70.
trees, wreaths and, ginger-
bread houses are .expected to-:
be exhibited. .. ,
To participate as a designer'
or for more information about
the festival, call (772) 234-'
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ST. LUCIE VILLAGE-
2(+/-) acres w/0'on VERO BEACH: Reduced
%fro immediate sale 2: 2./


RIVKR w 3/ CUBS
home. 2nd home allowed
in rear of property. $800K
Call Don Perkins
772-332-0172
Morris Real Estate Svcs.
ST. LUCIE VILLAGE-
2(+/-) acres w/100' on
RIVER w/ 3/2 CBS
home. 2nd home allowed
in rear of property. $800K
Don 772-332-0172
Morris Real Estate Svcs.




WOW

FORT PIERCE Gated
golf comm 2/2/2-cg with
full attic. 2 master suits, 2
screen balconies, Golf/
pool views. Asking
$135,000. 772-464-3394.




M ICCO Summit Cove
$89,500 View the river
coming & going every-
day. Furn. 2bdrm CBK
end unit. New carpet &
appl. Pool / clubhouse.
Diane Murdock Re/Max
Riverside 772-321-8335
VERO BEACH: 1550
42nd St, 2/2, Comm Pool
& Fitness. $98,900 Stan
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Real Estate



NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Health Forces Sale
2BR/2BA Duplex.
Between 2 golf courses.
end. a/c porch. 10 Bogey
Cir. $129K. No brokers.
Owner 386-426,5893
ST. LUCIE WEST: Lake
Forest PTE 3/2/2 Private
water setting, tile firs,
overszd porch. Pristine
Condition! Community
pool, walk to grocery, din-
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$184,000 Brokers Wel-
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Financing 3/2/1 on larger
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can own? $125,000
561-756-5843
VERO BEACH: MUST
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room, carport, 'excellent
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or BEST OFFER. Nancy,
772-538-1932; Richards
Real Estate
VIERA BY OWNER
"You'll love this, home"
Viera Golf course 3br/2ba
Remodeled Oak floors,
crown molding, high base
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lot. $250,000.
321-504-4321 .see photo
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Ft. Pierce area
WEATHERBEE
VILLAS
Buy or Rent to Own
Efficiency $67,500
2 Bedrooms $104,000
or $725 $775
1221 E.
Weatherbee Rd
Larry ,772-359-0360






VERO BCH Woodfield.
55+ Lakefront Villa. 3/2/1
'07 end unit. 16' ceilings,
granite' counter tops,
cherry cabinets, tile. Too
much to list! Clubhouse/
pool.'$234,900
Diane Murdock, Re/Max
'Riverside 772-321-8335




DAYTONA BEACH, bor-
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Ave, residential 52'x140'
(+or-), Great location,
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$47,500. 386-334-3538
cell.386-760-3502

MID TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS 5- acre
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1-866-550-5263

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MOUNTAINS
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772-621-8385


PALM BAY POOL Home
2br/2ba, detached 2car
garage. Fenced double
JoL East side, convenient
to river and ocean. New
carpet, new tile Nice
house $1200/mo
772-260-3217
PORT ST LUCIE 2/2/1
749 SW Tulip.' Tild&,
Most. pets ok. Hugh
fenced yard, backs up to
park. $850/mo + $850
deposit 772-461-1897












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Mon Fri 9-6 Sat 10-5
Sun By Appt Only
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PORT ST LUCIE Brand
New -Windy Pines. Avail
furnished or unfurnished
3-br/2-ba 2 og:. $900 +
sec. 786-587-0209 or
Paul at @ 772-388-6324
PORT ST LUCIE, 312/2
Beautiful. Tile, new kit, ss
appliances, w/d. Fenced
yard, poold, Off Gatlin; city
water, $1400/mo No pets
F/US, refs 607,278-5430
PORT ST .LUCIE: 3/2
w/pool, No Pets, 2251 SE
Rainier: Rd, 1200 sqft.
appliances ,incl
$1000/mo 772-343-7880
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VERO BEACH 312/2
Sedona Palms. Lawn
Maint included. No pets
smoking. F/L deposit
References, required.
$1050/mo 772-299-3013.
geleene@bellsouth.net
VERO BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace,: immaculate.
786-210-3563
VERO .BEACH- 4/2
fenced yard,. Near High
School, available.
immediately. $900/mo
772-532-0752-
VERO BEACH. Beautiful
private cottage. Close to
everything,. great' neigh.,
Furnished. $650/mo, +
F/S, rent monthly. Move
in today. 772-299-1304
VERO BEACH: 2/1 clean
remodeled, nice 'quiet
,neighborhood, all apple &
tile thru out. $625/mo.
+sec 772-501-1763 or
954-927-5051


IElT 10I
VERO BEACH: Furn &
Unfum, Annual, Seasonal
1br-4brs Beachside or
Mainland. From $450 to
$3500. Many choices.
Paula Rogers
772-231-9121




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WEATHERBEE
VILLAS
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$67,500
2 Bedrooms $725-$775
S or$104,000
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Weatherbee Rd

Larry 772-359-0360
VERO BEACH- End unit
Furnished for rent with
option to buy. 2/3/2
sleeps 6 ground floor. 24
x 40 patio Heated pool
tennis. 100yds to ocean.
For details. 603-964-3167'


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West, New 3br+ ,'opt
4th/3ba/1 car garage with
lake & golf course view.
All amenities, 4$1075 +
secunty 786-587-0209 or
Paul at @ 772-388-6324


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FORD MUSTANG 1989 great. Minor damage
collectors car, GT50. Great gas mileage.
Tinted windows, CD $1500/obo 772-460-1277
player'chrome rims with
tires + stock rims & tires. TOYOTA' SIENNA LE
$5000 772-545-9322' 1998 Excellent cond:
Cold AIC, Asking' $4300
FORD ROADSTER 1932 772-713-3622
Black w black interior. 772-569-9242
350 Chevy auto trans.
4-wheel disc brakes. VOLVO SP0,'1999, 4 Dr,
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386-3169515 $4900 772-336-8375/
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estate of' BARRON: H: TO ALL PERSONS estate of -THOMAS
772-562-6343 I PERRY, deceased' File HAVING CLAIMS OR SAMPSON ROYSTER,
7 -4d Number P20080504, is DEMANDS AGAINST JR., .deceased, whose
772-321-5455 pending in the Circuit DEMANDS AOJR. deceased, whose
BLOWN HEADGasket? $$$$$$ CASH Court for Indian River THE ABOVE ESTATE dateof death was A
BLOWN HEAD Gasket? County, Florida, Probate You are hereby notified 4, 2008, and whose
State ofthe art 2-part car- Junk Cars, Trucks & Ma- County, Florida Probate ou are hereby notified a et us
on metallic chemical chinery.s Call Now! Division, the address of that an social security nuber 11
process. Repair yourself 772-595-0601 which is PO Box 1028, Summary. Administration xxx-xx-3404, is pending
rcs.epryorefVero Beach, FL 32961. hasbeen entered in the -xx-3404u is pending
100% guaranteed. DONATE YOUR Car- The names and estate of Peter 'J. in the Circuit. Court for
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1 Quickest Towing. Non- and" the personal the Circuit:.Court for the address ofwhichis
SRunners/Title Problems representative's attorney Indian River, County, 2000 16th Avenue,'Vero1
OK. Free Vacation/Cruise are set forth below. ,Florida, Probate Division, Beach, Florida 32960.
Sell or Rent Voucher. Special Kids ALL' INTERESTED the address of which is The names and
ryourhomein Fund. 1-866-448-3865 PERSONS ARE 2000 16th Avenue, Vero. addresses of. the
The Hometown DONATE YOUR C NOTIFIED THAT: .Beach, Florida 32960 or personal, -representative
Veteran'sThe Hometown Lodging, In All creditors of Ire p.o. Box 1028, Vero and the personal
Newseteran's Lodging, Inc. decedent and'. ohrer Beach, Florida 32961; representative's attorney
News M t Help support homeless persons having claims or that the decedent's date aresetforthbelow.
Martin County Vtrals Vsaste s demands against of death was April 17,. All creditors, of, the.
thruFast & Easy Receive a3 decedent estate, 2008; that the total value decendent and '"other
Fast & Easy Receive a 3 including unmatured, of the estate is $0 and )embs nav~fg ci4;mj or
Ormond Beach -Vacation Certificate. Call cning unmatr of the estate is $ and persons g caim or
SBefore .the Tax, Year ucniaed claims on that the names and demands agan.ci
SEnds.1-800-841-6225 liqudad c claims, on addresses of those to decedent's estate obn
800-823-0466 Ends. l-800-841-6225 whom a copy of this whom it 1as
notice is.served must file Wsom.neit, uhas been'.whom a copy of' this'
Ttheir claims with the thisassined uchorder notice is required 1. be
-Court WITHmr THE, are: served' must file the.r
T R AW LE R S -'LATER OF THREE, Suzanne Malinos claims with this court
MONTHS. AFTER THE 1452 F:,dirforeilDii., WITHIN THE LATER OF
SLand ap DATE OF THE FIRST C'awa Oniao Canada 3 MOIJTHS AFTER THE
Landsca PUBLICATION OF THIS K1V1L6 ..: TIME' OF 'THE FIRST
o Car NOTICE OR THIRTY ALL.INTERESTED PUBLICATION ,O THIS
Car T DAYS AFTER .THE PERSONS ; ARE NOTICE OR 30 DAYS'
ycle DATE OF SERVICE OF NOTIFIED THAT AFTER THE DATE OF
o e A COPY OF THIS All creditors of the estate SERVICE OF A COPY
aNOTICEONTHEM. of the decedent and OF THIS NOTICE ON
UCargAll creditors of the persons having'claims or THEM.
II i decedent and other demands, against the All'other creditors of he
All M akes M persons having claims tate ofthe deedent cedent and other
demands against the other than those for eeeons havng
decedent's estate whpm provision' for'full persons having claims.
including ', 'unmatured, payment was made in thedemand' against
contingent /;or Order Summary decedent's estate must,
W 1unliquidated claims, must Adr;,iiral;on rrmsl fie., file their claims with this
file their claims with this tneir cris ,h this court WITHIN 3
court WITHIN THREE court WITHIN THE TIME MONTHS AFTER THE
S' MONTHS AFTER THE. PERIODS SET FORTH DATE OF THE FIRST
B oatte&ra D DPUICATE OF THE FIRST IN SECTION 733.702 OF PUBLICATION OF THIS
alillam WrPUBeLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
wNOTWaICE._ A THEC FLORIDA NOTICE.
CLAIMS NOTICE. SO PROBATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
lE FILED WILL BE ALL CLAIMS AND WITHIN THE TIME
FOREVER BARRED. DEMANDS NOT SO PERIODS .SET FORTH
The date of the first FILED,. 'WILL BE IN SECTION 733.702 OF
lBO TO W L 4'pcutIkai;orn of this Notice FOREVER BARRED.. THE 'FLORIDA
11' BOSTON WHALER 34' CRUISERS- 334 O:oic. r 3, 2008. NOTWITHSTANDING PROBATE 'CODE WILL
1974 skiff with 25 HP Espirit Cruise or Live- Personal Representative: ANY OTHER BE FOREVERBARRED..
2005 Mercury Outboard. A-Board. Air/heat, stove Attorney for. Personal APPLICABLE TIME 'NOTWITHSTANDING
Good condition No trailer micro, refrigerator, full Representative: PERIOD, ANY CLAIM' THE TIME PERIODS
$2800 cell 954-549-6064 'enclosure, color TV, AM/ ANDREA KAISER FILED TWO (2) YEARS SET FORTH ABOVE,'
SFM/CD, VHF, plus more. 842 East Park Ave. OR MORE AFTER THE ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
16' GRUMMAN 'boat Sleeps 6. Runs great, Long Beach, NY 11561 DECEDENTS DATE OF (2) YEARS OR MORE
985. Center Console well maintained. Slip DARRYL J. JACOBS DEATH IS BARRED. The AFTER THE
aluminum V bottom, available. Halifax Harbor 1935 32nd Ave. date of first publication of DECEDENS DATE OF
1995 Force 40hp Engine Marina, Daytona Bea Veo Beach, FL 32960 this.Notice is October 3, EDEATH .BARED.
and 2007 Magic Tilt Priced to sell: $29900"772-562-7979 2008.D
Trailer. Must sell moving. OBO 407-310-2678 (c), Florida Bar No.0874401 Person Giving Notice: The date 'of the first
$2500/obo 772-321-7658 386-424-3220'(work) Pub: October 3, & Suzanne Malinos publication f this notice
see photos 'online at Photo ad #34476 www. October10,2008 4452 RainorDriv isOctober 10,2008.
www.hometownnewsOL. HometownNewsOL.com Personal Representative:
co ad # 34246 BOATS; 1000's of boats Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Personal R ep Msentative:RCK
cm BOATS; 1000's of boats LEGAL K1V1L6 CAROLINE MERCK
23' WELLCRAFT 1999 for sale www.florida- LEAttorney for Person HENRY ROYSTER
Sportsman walk around mariner.com reaching 6 NOTICES Giving Notice: 231 IndianHarbor Road
.Cuddy. 200HP Mercury million homes weekly Marie S.Conforti, Esq. Vero Beach, Florida
outboard with 36 hrs. throughout Florida. Tide Due in our Attorney 32963
GPS, Fishfinder, VHF & charts, Broker Profiles, Flouda Bar No 22436 Attorney for Personal
stereo. Dual axle trailer. Fishing Captains, Dock- Floriffice Monday Univest Buiarldino. Rep22436 Attornativey for Personal
Very good cond. $9,500 side Dining & More office Monday Univest Building Representative:
772-873-1608 1-800-388-9307 r 2770 Indian River Blvd, JOHN E. MOORE, III
at Noon Suite 310 Florida Bar No. 622362
9. Doa geA & Vero Beach, Rossway, Moore & Taylor
t X X X X for Friday FL 32960-4297 5070 N. Highway A1A,
Affordable & reliable Telephone: Suite 200 Vero Beach,
Hometown News VER- Davits boat up to Publication (772) 25720421 Florida 32963 Telephone:
Hometown Ne 20' or pontoon boat Fax: (772) 569-9303 (772) 231-4440 Pub:
CLASSIFIEDSI $150/mo water & elec. 1-800-823-0466 Pub: October 3, &" October 10, & October
800-823-0466 772-567-6118 October 10, 2008 17, 2008


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR INDIAN
RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No; P2008-0429
IN RE: ESTATE OF
VIRGINIA R. DOWNEY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of. VIRGINIA R.
DOWNEY, deceased,
whose date of death was
May 31, 2008; and whose
social security number is
xix-xx-8629, is pending.
in the Circuit Court for
Indian River County,
Flbrida, Probate. Division,
the address' of *nich is
2000 161h Avenue, Vero
Beach, Florida '32960.,
The names and
aaddesses ": of the
personal representative
and, the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below. ..
All creditors of the
dependent arid other
pEr-rons havng cia;rs or
demands against
deceuenls estate on
wronri a copy of .this
noltce is eqrequre to be
serve must rile their
claims with this .court
WITHIN \THE LATER OF
3- MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION: OF. THIS
NOTICE OR' 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF, THIS NOTICE ON
THEM,. ,
All other creditors of the.
decedent and 'other
persons having claims or
demands against
dqcedent's 'estate, must
file their claims'with this
court -,WITHIN' 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET .FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE : FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
is October 10, 2008, ,
Personal Representative:
By: Judi E. Beaumont,
Vice President
For Northern Trust, NA
755 Beachland
Boulevard
Vero Beach, Florida
32963
Attorney .for Personal
Representative:
JOHN E. MOORE, III
Florida Bar No. 622362
Rossway, Moore & Taylor
5070 N. Highway A1A,
Suite 200 Vero Beach,
Florida 32963 Telephone:
(772) 231-4440
Pub: October 10, &
October 17, 2008


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR INDIAN ':.,
RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,
PROBATE DIVISION,
File No.:" P2008-0535
IN RE:THE ESTATE OF
WILLIAM G WILSON.
Deceased.
S NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of, William G;
Wilson, deceased,
whose date of death was
April 1, 2008, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Indian River County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of, which Is
P.O. Bo 1028, Vero
Beach, Florida, 32961.
The names and
addresses '. of the
personal- representative
and the -.'personal
represerntlaiees attorney
are sel forth below
All creditors of the
decedent and other
Eror,ns having claims or
demands against.
decedent's estate '.on
whom a ,copy,. of, this
notice is served must file
Ineir claims with the
Court, WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST
-PUBLICATION 'OF THIS
NOTICE OR 3') DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM., .
All.obther creditors ol the
decedent and other
persons having claims or'
demands against tne
decedent's estate must
file tner clams with the
Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF. THIS
NOTICE. '- :
ALL ,CLAIMS NOT FILED,
WITHIN THE-: 'TIME;
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF-
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENTS' DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED:
The date of the first
publication of this Notice
is September 19, 2008. *
Personal Representative:'
Lorraine W.Daniels
19820 Hiawatha Rd.
Odessa, Florida 33556
Attorney for Personal
Representative: ''
,Glenn.B. Grevengoed,
Attorney for
William Wilson
Florida Bar No. 0736694
2801 Ocean Drive, #201
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Telephone:
(772) 234-5600
Fax:(772) 234-5602
Pub: October 3, &
October 10, 2008,

LEGAL
NOTICES
Due in our office
Monday at Noon
for Friday Publication
1-800-823-0466


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FORINDIAN
RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No P2008-0516
IN RE ESTATE OF
YOLANDA ELAINE
MCGRIFF aIl-s
YOLANDA ELAINE
MCCLOUD, '
Deceased.
:NOTICE TO.
.CREDITORS
The admiIstration of the
estate- of Yolanda Elaine
McGrri, deceased,
whose dale of death war~
February 1, 2008, arn
whose : social se:urniy
nurr.ter is iyy, ,- -418. I.,
perd;rg in Inc Cicuil
Court lor Indaan River
County, Florida, Probate.
Division, 'the address of
which-, is .2000 16th
Avenue: Vero 'Beach,
Flor-da 32960 The
names and addresses of
Ine personal
represenlalve and the
persr.nal representative;:
tltorney are eil torih
below ; . -
All c.edarars of the.
decerdenl ara other
persons nmaving claims or
demands . against
decedenl's t estate on
nwom a copy ot Ithl'
notice is required o be
served must file Iheir
claims ailh Irhs courl
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OP, THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY'
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM
All other creditors of the
aecedent and other
persons having claims or'
demands' against
aecedenls estale rrdsl
ile their clarr is wih rhis
court- WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE 'OF" THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE:
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED. .
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
ER..' THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The- date of the first
publication of this notice
s October 3, 2008.
,P e r s o n .a I
Representatives:
Elaine M. McCloud
670 24th Street SW
Vero Beach,
Florida 32962
Ronald McGriff.
1595 18th Avenue SW
Vero Beach,
Florida 32962
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
Shannon-Banitt
Florida Bar No. 17792
Rossway, Moore & Taylor
5070 N. Highway AIA,
Suite 200
Vero Beach,
Florida 32963
Telephone:
(772) 231-4440
Pub: October 3, &'
October 10, 2008


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LEGAL., NOTICE: On
Friday October 24 2008,
at 9:30 a.m., the following
vehicles will be sold at
public auction to pay for
toeArigslr.age owing
again nr em
One ( 112001 Hyun VINI
KMHCF35Gl IU106627
Place of sale-lo be E1i)
Old Dixie Hrghway -
Jerrvis Wreder-veri
Pub Octobes 1. 2008
LEGAL NOTICE: On,.
Monday October 20,
2008 at 9 30 a.m, the
following veh-clies will De
sold 31 pubic auction to
pay Ior ic .wnglslorage
owunrg again-i ihem
Ore ti) 199'3 Fora VIN
1FTEF15Y6PIIA45854
Place of sale 10 Old
Dixie Hwy Jerry s
Wrecker-Vero-
Pub October 10 2008
LEGAL NOTICE: On
Monday Oclober 27.
200r ai 9 30 am, the
lioo*,n.g vehicles. will be
sola 31S 'Jbic auciion lo
pay or Icuwinglstorage
camng a-]a3n-I irem:
One t)II 1'r9 Linc VIN#
ILNLM82W8trY640'4 7
Onr (1i 1984a Chev vINP
IGCCS 14E.XtE118767
Old Dre H.i-n3ay-City
Cab V-lo
Pub Oc-ober 10 2008
LEGAL NOTICE: On
Wednesday October 22,
2008, at 9:30 am. Ine
following Vehicles will be
sold at public auction to
pay for towing/storage
owrig ai ainl ihrem
One i1) 2001 Mils vINtf -
4A3AC44G01E185369
Old Dixie Highway-City
Cab'-Vero
Pub: October 10,2008.


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