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Vol. 6, No. 3 *' our Local News and Information Source Friday, October 17, 2008


Mentors needed

The Youth Guidance Vol-
unteer Program is looking
for mentors to come and
spend time with children
after school.
Four hours of mentoring
every week could make a
dramatic impact on the
life of an at-risk child, pro-
gram organizers say.
Mentors and their
assigned students will par-
ticipate. in recreational
activities and academic
studies in the process of
getting to know each other.
Volunteer orientation
dinners will be located at
the Youth Guidance office,
Conference Room B, 1028
20th Place, Vero Beach, on
Oct. 30 and Nov. 18.
Volunteers need only
attend one dinner, but
reservations are required
Volunteers must be 17 or
older.
For more information,
contact Barbara Schlitt
Ford at (772) 770-5040.

Man who attempted
to abduct child
still at large

The Indian River County
Sheriff's Office is looking
for a suspect who attempt-
ed to abduct a child last
week.
The suspect is described
as a Hispanic male, approx-..
imately 5-feet 10-inches
tall and between 20 and 30
years old. He. has short,
dark' hair with red high-
lights and two of his, front'
teeth are chipped. He was
last seen. wearing a brown
shirt" dark colored shorts.
and flip-flops. The clothing
was also described as full
as holes, as if the suspect
was homeless, a sheriff's
office press release said. He
was also wearing dark sun-
Sglasses.
See BRIEF, A4
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Classified
Community
Crossword
Obituaries
Out & About


BI2 Police Report A5
A3 Sports B9
87 Star Scopes B1
A8 Travel A14
B1 Viewpoint A6


Plant could turn trash into fuel


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH Trash
transformed into fuel.
Sounds like something out of
a "Back to the.Future" movie,
right?
Well, hang onto your seats


Indian River County, because
new technology has made it
possible.
Last week at the annual
Indian River Citrus League
meeting in Vero Beach, local
growers and other attendees
learned that New Planet
Energy, a company based in


Public defender


race heats up


By Jay Meisel
Meisel@hometownnewsol.com
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -
For the first time since
Diamond Litty was elect-
ed public 'defender 16
years ago, she has an
opponent: former
employee Donald Chin-
quina.
SMs. Litty says she has
kept her promises to vot-
ers, worked to help peoL
pie and has made the
office more efficient.
But Mr. Chinquina said
he decided to run for the
position after being dis-
turbed about Ms. Litty's
policies while working for
her.
The public defender
and his or her staff repre-
,sent indigent criminal
defendants in St. Lucie.
Marun, Indian River and
Okeechobee counties.
Ms. Litty said she
deserves to be re-elected
in part because of keep-


promises

public

fees, sup-
p ort vic-








than i million in public s
rights
adnd help
breathe, e c tio
cycle, of,
crime by
develop-
ing pro-
grams for
juvenile
a n d
minor
offend-
ers.
During
the, past
6 years, Chinquina
she said,
her'office Collected more
than $4-1 million in public
defender fees. Last
month, the collection was


See DEFENDER, A2


Volunteers provide


aid to Texans


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@'hometownnewsol.com
\ERO BEACH Part of
the rmssion of the Red Cross
is to provide relief to the vic-
rums of disasters. Eight Red
Cross volunteers from the
North Treasure Coast chap-
ter answered that call
Charles Niddewicz,
Charles Verogna. Ken
Chapin. Cathy Meyer. Flo
Clowes, George Douglas,.
Shirley Douglas and Butch
Clinton were deployed to
various areas in Fnnr Worth,
Galveston and Houston
Texas, to help victims of


Hurricane Ike.
Mr. Clinton and Mr.
Chapin left Vero Beach on
Sept. 17, driving the Red
Cross emergency response
vehicle all the way to Texas.
The large truck is used as a
feeding unit for hurricane
cictins, usually while there
is no power in the area, Mr.
Clinton said.
"We were there and did
!fied stations, serving food
twice a day, for lunch and
dinner," he said.
The meals vere.prepared
by feeding kitchens organ-
See VOLUNTEERS, A4


Los Angeles, is looking at
building an ethanol plant in
Indian River County.
Ray Crabbs, the founder
of the company, said that
anything carbon-based
could be used,in the plant
See PLANT, Al 3


Time for story hour


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Julie dos Santos, also known as Miss Julie, reads to a packed house,during story
hour with Miss Julie last Friday at theChildren's Store at the Vero Beach Book Cen-
ter. On, Nov. 29, Santa will be on hand at the Children's Store for this year's Christ-
mas program.

;k.. .Ada Boesch, 18
months, reacts to the
Soon song during
story hour with Miss
Julie at the Children's
Store at the Vero
Beach Book Center
last Friday morning.
On Oct. 24, the
Children's Store will
hold a Halloween
party and magic
show at 7 p.m.












Cliff Partlow
staff photographer


Motorcycle miracle


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com

.. ,"are calling a motorcyclist's!
recovery a miracle after he
surviired-a crash with,
severe injuries and came
out of '.surgery w-ithout
paralysis.
'['m floating on air,' said
lane NlcNaulty, the girl-.
friend of the injured biker.
S .The evening of Sept. 25,.
was supposed to be a nor-
I ,,. mal one for Ms. McNulty.
She tended her 5-week-old
daughter and waited for
h ,her' boyfriend, Curtis
Snead, to come' home for
dinner, but something just,
didn't feel right.
Cliff Partlow/staff photographer "He called me at 8:15
Jane McNulty comforts her 7-week-old daughter Natalise Snead during a benefit for p.m. and said, 'Baby, don't
her iace ad the baby's ather Curtis ead last udayeat without me,' so I wait-
her fiance and the baby's father Curtis Snead last Sunday..


.ed, but I felt really weird,"
said Ms. McNulty.
'.I. started cleaning up..
everything and then sortie-'
one came to come get me
and told me that Curtis
was in an accident on his
motorcycle. I'just lost it,"
she said. .' :,":
Mr. Snead is a newspa-
per carrier for Hometoun
Nei's in Vero Beach.
Mr. Snead and his best
friend, Chris Clark, were
riding their motorcycles
northbound on U.S. 1 in
Vero Beach when a south-
bound elderly driver went
into a left turn lane head-'
ing east and drove in front
of them. crashing into
them and sending Mr.
Snead flying from his bike.
No official police report
See MOTORCYCLE, A5


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higher than the amount
received in Broward Coun-
ty, she said.
Also, she said, she
worked with state attorney
Bruce Colton to establish
that offenders would first
pay restitution to victims,
as opposed to other fees.
She'also helped create a
mental health court in
Martin and St. Lucie coun-
ties, which provides an
alternative to prison for
offenders with mental
health issues and an ex-
offender reentry program
in Indian River, St. Lucie,
Martin and Okeechobee
counties.
Mr. Chinquina worked in
the public defender's office
in 2002 'and then from
2004-07.
SAs soon as he left in 2007
and started his own prac-
tice, he said, began his
campaign to become pub-
lic defender.


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He has extensive experi-
ence trying cases and
knows what it's like to be in
a busy courtroom, he said.
Mr. Chinquina pledges
"to restore riot only effi-
ciency to the public
defender's office, but bal-
ance and justice as'well."
While supporting such
initiatives as the mental
health court, Mr. Chin-
quina said he believes that
Ms. Litty has developed too
close of a relationship with
the state attorney's office
and law enforcement.
"Anybody who aggres-
sively fought for their
clients was labeled a trou-
blemaker," he said. "If you
fought too much for your
clients, you would get
blacklisted."
"She is very cozy with the
other.side," he said. "When
you are in an adversarial
relationship like you are in
a courtroom, a cozy rela-
tionship hurts the clients."
Ms. Litty calls the charge
"ridiculous," saying her
relationships with., the
other office are. on an
administrative .level.
Through cooperation, she
said, programs have been
developed that have helped
her clients.


While she is working'on
an administrative level, she
said, her team of assistant
public defenders represent
clients on a day-to-day
basis.
"One thing has nothing
to do with the other," Ms.
Litty said. "They fight. They
represent their clients zeal-
ously every single day."
Mr. Chinquina also said
he disagrees with Ms.
Litty's decision to not pro-
vide a public defender dur-
ing first appearances in
Indian River, Martin aid
Okeechobee counties.
Cases are delayed
because public defenders
are not involved for 30 to 60
days, he said. "If you start
with the case on the first
appearance, you are two
.months ahead of the
curve."
Ms. Litty said that the
office has no legal obliga-
tion to have a public
defender present then.
Considering budgetary
restraints, she said, the pri-
ority is to have attorneys
-preseht during subsequent
court proceedings, when it
is mandated.
In some larger counties,
she said, a pretrial services
program can. determine
before a first appearance
whether an arrested person
is eligible for release on
bond or their own recogni-
zance.
But no such program
exists in the district, she
said.
And in many cases, a.
public defender is not
appointed 'during the first
appearance, Ms. Litty said.
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defender at the St. Lucie
County jail, whose salary is
provided 'through the
county, obtains informa-
tion on,an inmate's back-
ground following the first
appearance, she said.
An intern investigator
from her office sees clients
within 72 hours of the first
appearance, she said.:
While Mr. Chinquina said
that Ms. Litty's policies
result in the resolution of
cases being delayed, Ms.
Litty responds. "Our job as
public defenders is not to
rush justice. It is to ade-
quately represent our
clients, and that takes
time."
Mr. Chinquina said he
would also work to make
the office more diverse by
recruiting more Hispanic
and black public defend?
ers.
"I hire the most qualified
candidate regardless opf
race, creed or color." MNs.
Litty said. She added that
her office is diverse.
She said Mr. Chinquina is
not certified to handle
death penalty cases.
That should be a concern
when, heading an office
that has handled numerous
death penalty cases, she
said.
SBut Mr. Chinquina called
that a "red herring," adding
that he only needs to try
one murder case to be eli-
gible to sit second chair on
death penalty cases.
He said that while Ms.
Litty's emphasis has been
on trying cases, he has
tried more cases in the last
five years than she did dur-
ing the past 16.


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.TaJay Clarke and his mentor, Fran Chauncy, enjoy the Youth Guidance etiquette dinner, held Sept. 30 at Culinary
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Youth Guidance office seeks mentors


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Those interested in learn-
ing about volunteering for
Youth Guidance/GYAC or-
learning .more about
becoming a mentor for a
child, can attend mentor
orientation dinners to be
held at the Youth Guidance
office, conference room B,
1028 20th Place, Vero Beach
on Thursday, Oct. 30 and
Tuesday, Nov. 18, from 5:30-
7:30 pm.


The, same program
repeats on each date, so par-
ticipants heed to attend
only one dinner.
'The dinners presents an
opportunity for prospective
and current Youth Guid-
ance/GYAC mentors to get
support and information for
making their mentoring
relationships even more
productive and rewarding.
Topics include: the mis-
sion and goals of the pro-
gram, responsibilities and
rewards of ;mentors, pro-
grarp demographics and


requirements, confidentiali-
ty and the qualities of suc-
cessfulmentors. '
The program explains
practical techniques, such
as active listening and dis-
cusses possible additional
training opportunities.
The primary purpose of
'the Youth Guidance Mentor-
ing and Activities program
of Indian River County is to
"match" each of its 700 at-
risk K-12 children with a vol-
unteer mentor.
The agency also. provides
one-time activities and out-


ings for both matched and
unmatched children waiting
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The agency is actively'
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and older who want to make
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to serve as both mentors
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to attend one of the dinners.
For more information, call
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tion called mutton bustin'.
Fisher quickly learned how
to ride calves and moved up
to steers earlier than most
children his age.
"When I'm in the chute, I
scoot up on my rope, stick
my toes out, put my hand
up real high and just go,"
Fisher said with a big grin.
Mr. Maudlin was a mem-
ber of the Fellsmere Riding
Club who died at age.19 in
2005 after losing control of
his vehicle while driving.
He left behind a new wife
and child.
Eric Ruiz, 16, of Fort
Pierce, stuck to the back of
his bull for 8 seconds and
took home a shiny belt
buckle and prize money for
winning the senior bull rid-


Volunteers,
.From page Al
ized by the Southern Baptist
Convention's disaster relief
teams in Galveston and dis-
tributed by Red Cross volun-
teers.
"About 300,000 meals came
out of one kitchen," said Mr,,
Clinton.
"At, first, our trucks would
hand out 1,600 meals a day,
but as power came back, peo-
ple needed less because they
could cook their own meals,"
he said.
The damage he witnessed
was widespread.
"Power was lost everywhere
and there was a lot of damage
on the coast," Mr. Clinton


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"Steven was a good friend
of mine," Eric said.
"I've been wanting to win
this rodeo for the past three
years," he said.
Eric remembers Mr.
Maudlin as a helpful young
man who loved rodeos.
"If you asked him for
something and he could do
it, he'd do it for you," he
said.
"I used to practice riding
at his house and he would
give me tips," Eric said.
The Maudlin family, who
live in Okeechobee, actively
!participated in the rodeo.
Father, Kenny, and sister,
Taylor, rode horses and
served as arena cleaners.

See RODEO, A12


said.
While this is only his sec-
ond year as a Red Cross vol-
unteer, Mr. Clinton has been
deployed six times to assist
after disasters.
"I just want to help the peo-
ple," said Mr. Clinton..
"It's a good feeling to know
That there's aneed and you are
able to help. And the people -
are so appreciative. It's very
rewarding," said Mr. Clinton.
Ms. Clowes Was stationed
in Houston for six weeks and
arrived back home in Vero,
Beach on Oct.6.
"I volunteered for the Red
Cross when I first more to
Jupiter, because I figured I
should know what to do in a
hurricane," said Ms. Clowes.
Ms. Clowes works with
staffing, and helps arrange
places for people to stay.
About 2,000 people were
housed in one of the large
warehouse shelters, Ms.
Clowes said.
S"I've never seen so many
people all together in one
shelter like that before," she
said.'
Volunteering gives Ms.
Clowes a sense of fulfillment,
but it's not always easy.
Ir's just o so ad ro see
..because here I am backhoe,
andf they're' still there," she
said.
The needs that volunteers
help with go beyond feeding
or providing shelter.
"You are right there with
them and they've just lost
their house or maybe even a.
family member; you can
empathize with them," said..
Ms. Clowes.
"It takes months and some-
times years to get back to
where you were before the.
storm. We're just there to help
them along as much as we
can," she said.
To become a volunteer with
the Red Cross, or to donate to
the disaster relief fund, visit
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FELLSMERE More
than 50 contestants show-
cased their roping and rid-
ing skills on horses, sheep
and bulls at the third annu-
al Steven Mauldin Memori-
al Rodeo held at the
Fellsmere Riding Club
Rodeo Arena on Oct. 11.
Fisher Creason, 8, for-
merly of Fellsmere, has
been participating in
rodeos for as long as he can
remember and loves every
minute of it.
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
oflaw.

Vero Beach Police.
Department

Sunshine L. Beatty, 20,
702 Skylark Drive, Apt B,
Fort Pierce, was charged
with violation of probation
and possession of a con-
trolled substance.
Cassie Renee Seilhymer,
21, 2125 53rd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
fraudulent use of a credit
card.
Todd Dewayne Heck-
man, 36, 4080 62nd Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with burglary of a residence,
dealing in stolen property
and a misdemeanor charge
of resisting without vio-
lence.
Robert Jason Robb, 18,
615 26th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance, MDMA/ecstasy and
misdemeanor charges of
possession of cannabis and
drug paraphernalia. Later
that day, he was also
charged with dealing in
stolen property.
Hernan Aguirre Diego,


22, 2046 S.W. 20th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
two counts violation of pro-
bation and two counts
grand theft.

Indian River County
Sheriff's Office

Paris E Bryant, 32, 5761
85th Lane, Lot 5, Vero Beach,
was charged with child
abuse.
Chasmin Corte Jones, 23,
18 Lennard St., Brooksville,
was charged with violation
of probation, burglary of an
occupied dwelling, shooting
deadly missile, aggravated
battery and grand theft
firearm.
Patrick Green, 20, 4353
30th Ave.,'Vero Beach, was
charged with robbery by
sudden snatching and
aggravated assault.
Markella King, 39, 2055
82nd Ave., Lot 440, Vero
Beach, was charged with
uttering a forged bill, check
or draft.
Cortez Wright, 20, 8335
63rd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with sale and pos-
session of cocaine.
Lizbeth Gonzalez, 25,
,1375 17th Court S.W., Vero
Beach, was charged with
child neglect.
Lorenzo Gonzalez, 26,
1374 17th Court, S.W, Vero


Beach, was charged with
child neglect.
Cory Andrew Glanville,
18, 8055 104th Court Vero
Beach, was charged with
three counts of third degree
grand theft, two counts of
burglary of a conveyance
and fraudulent use of a
credit card.
Omar G. Bedolla, 21,
4736 42nd St., Vero Beach,
was charged with a felony
for being a habitual traffic
offender.
Celestor Ortez Gregory,
40, 4706 30th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony petit theft.
Mary B. Burke, 42, 3327
E. Derry Drive, Sebastian,
was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine and tamper-
ing with evidence and a mis-
demeanor charge of driving
while license suspended
with knowledge.
Tiffany M. Judai, 18, 9071
100 Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with burglary and
grand theft.
Rachael Marie Smith, 25,
187 Mabry St., Sebastian,
was charged with two
counts of possession of a
controlled substance and
Misdemeanor charges of
resisting a merchant and
two counts of retail theft.
Eric Benard Forbes Sr.,
46, 1845 14th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with


four counts of resisting a
merchant.
Cody Adam Curtis, 21,
2916 22nd St., Vero Beach,
Swas charged with violation
of probation, organized
fraud, fraud use and three
counts of forgery.
Milton Johnson, 51, 1420
Sixth Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with burglary of an
occupied dwelling.
Joshua Lewis Braden, 19,
956 24th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with grand
theft.
Benny Stephon Wells, 20,
3955 47th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana with
Sintentto sell or deliver, pos-
session of cocaine and a
misdemeanor charge of
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Antonio Terrell Williams,
23, 3880 17th Ave., Vero
Beach, was 'charged with
violation of probation and
robbery.
Sheri Lou Anderson, 37,
161 S.W. 6 Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with organized
fraud' :
.* Craig A. Duncan, 23, 374
Bayfront Terrace, Sebastian,
was charged with driving
while license suspended
with knowledge and for
being a habitual traffic
offender.
Jennifer Marie Fleming,


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23, 2425 15th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
failure to appear in court on
charged of possession of a
schedule 2 substance. She
was also charged with pos-
session of hydrocodone
with intent to sell, grand
theft and unlawful posses-
sion of prescription drugs.
Jamaal Kendale
Williams, 25, 634 24th Place,
S.W. Vero Beach, was
charged with failure to
appear in court on charges
of organized fraud, two
counts of uttering a forged
bill, check or draft and two
counts of first-degree petit
theft.
Arthur Sims, 42, 3353
45th Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with third degree
grand theft.
Amber Marie Hampshi-
er, 18, 6850 Old Dixie High-
way, Vero Beach, was
charged with: third-degree,


grand theft.
Artisha Nasheya Brown,
26,. 4775 30th. Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged failure
to redeliver leased property.
Shaun F. Flynn, 35, 2885
First St., Vero Beach, was
charged with failure of sex
offender to report to depart-
ment of motor vehicles.
Tyler Andrew Martin, 20,
2420 Desoto Ave., B, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine and a
misdemeanor charge of
possession of marijuana.
Sylvester Eugene Curtis,
52, 3155 12th Court, Apt. 18,
Vero Beach, was charged
with tampering with evi-
dence and misdemeanor
charges of possession of a
controlled substance and
drug paraphernalia.
.*Jesse Dallas Hamilton,
25, 4790 38th Circle, Apt.
See POLICE, A9


Motorcycle
From page Al
has been, nor will be, filed
until 30 days after the acci-
dent because of the severity
of Mr. Snead's injuries.
"I freaked out," said Mr.
Clark, who hurt his knee in
the accident.
"I saw a truck run over his
bike and I thought that it hit
him. I didn't know if he was
alive or dead," said Mr.
Clark.
Mr. Snead was immedi-
ately air-lifted to Homes


Regional Medical Center in
Melbourne from the scene.
His most severe injury was
two fractured vertebrae in
his neck combined with a
broken Cl skull.
"Basically, his spine was.
not attached to his skull,"
said Ms. McNulty.
His lungs were extremely
bruised and he could not
breathe on his own. He had
massive internal bleeding, a
dislocated right knee, two
broken arms and two bro-
ken hips.
SIn general, spinal injuries
that occur in the Cl to C4


vertebrae and subsequent
surgeries result in paralysis.
On Oct. 8, after a danger-
ous surgery that only one
other personhas survived
without some paralysis,
doctors were amazed that
Mr. Snead could move his
limbs.
"It's more than amazing.
The doctors have no expla-
nation," said Ms. McNaulty.
. "The doctors said he
should have died instantly
in the accident and he real-
ly could have died in the
surgery too. God gave us a
miracle," she said.


"We are just praising God
for his recovery," said Ms.
McNautly. .
"Curtis is too strong and
too stubborn. He's not
gonna' let this stop him,"
said Mr. Clark.
It is not certain when Mr.
Snead will be released from
the hospital.
Ms. Naulty also knows
how to ride a motorcycle,
but vows she will never ride
one again.
"My nerves couldn't take
it...and it's really just
because of other people on
the road who are careless,"


she said.
On Oct. 12, Mr. Clark
organized a lunch benefit to
help his friend pay part of
the medical expenses.
"I know' what it's like to
have all of those expenses
and I didn't have friends.
that could help me at the
time," said Mr., Clark, who
was in an accident last year
and couldn't walk for .six
months.
About $950 were raised as
a result of the dinner.
After the lunch, Mr.:Clark
and other friends and bik-
ers from the community


rode in a procession on U.S.
1 from Vero Beach to Mel-
bourne, Mr. Snead's favorite
stretch of road to ride.
Mr, Clark said the proces-
sion was his way to make a
statement to the communi-
ty about motorcyclists.
"Somebody needs to
wake up and we need to do
something about elderly
drivers who aren't aware,"
said Mr. Clark.
Mr. Clark suggested that
senior citizen drivers take a.
driving test before their
Sliceiises are renewed.


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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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Someone is stealing signs ,

In the middle of last night, someone snuck into the
yards of local residents and stole all of the Obama signs.
This was the second time they have done so.
The police were called, wrote up a.report and were
very nice, but said that unless they were seen, there was
nothing they could do.
These signs cost $5 apiece, so it is considered robbery,
but not burglary, since it was not on the house. Neigh-
:bors were all very upset that someone in the neighbor-
hood would step onto their property to take away their
Political freedom of speech.

How about a revolution?

One percent of the population owns 40 percent of the
Wealth. I would like to start a revolution, but I'm too
tired when I get off of work to do so.

Dog owners, clean up

I'm all for cleaning up after your dog. I live in a com-
munity with a pet section, and I clean up after my dog.
Not everyone does, though. When I take my dog out, she
heads back to her own property to take care of business.
All dog owners should be more careful.

Ask for advice

I think that the U.S. government should ask the Shiites
and the Sunnis how to run a government. The idiots we
have in office have no idea.

I What isAT&T trying to do?

S We people on fixed incomes cannot afford a double
phone bill. We can't afford prescriptionsI and now, we
jcan.hJ~ly ff.Qrd a phone linehthat nosIofuse for emer-;
Lgencies.only. At this Lime, as hard'as it is, why let this
wfuIfulthing happen?

Scan vets get the same treatment?

'; Feel sorry for the teenager who ran across the alliga-
tor in the canal. The .doctors provided a:bionic arm for
thim free of charge. Are we doing the same for our sol-
Idiers who have lost limbs?.
? I do feel sorry for.the kid, losing his arm on a, stupid
ibet. But I feel more sorry for the soldiers who get hurt
fighting for our country.

How about a comedy routine?

I had to spend most of the day inside because of the,
weather;, so I decided to watch news clips of George
Bush and Sen. McCain. Maybe after Obama is elected,
'these two can start a stand-up comedy routine, some-.
thing like Mutt and leff. /', : .: ,

Beware of drugs, not smoke

The most recent proclamation banning smoking on
'hospital grounds is a farce. There is more danger inside
the hospital with the drugs that are used. Patients
should pay more attention to what they are given. They
might be surprised.

Better plating is needed

I was on U.S. 1 today and noticed all of the palm trees
that have been planted,,except, they are planting 10
:where they should only plant two or three. This way,
they wouldn't have to fight over moisture and growing
room.

What happened to jobs for Americans?
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ctober is breast
cancer awareness
month.
In the last three years, I
have shared personal
experiences with you in
the hope that they would
make some very scary
things less scary. Breast
cancer is one of those
things.
I have discovered that
there are two experiences
women mention that they
feel they'd rather die than
experience. One is breast
cancer and the other is
violent sexual assault. I
have experienced both
and I am here to tell you
that life is better than
-either alternative. i
I have had the opportu-
nity to make decisions that
saved my life, not once,
but twice. What a blessing
to find out what you're
made of.
Women fear breast
cancer and violence, both
for what they know about
those experiences and'
what they don't know. We
all know women who've
had breast cancer, and
many of us kriow women
who've diedfrom it. Every
time you hear of a death
from breast cancer, you
personalize it,
If the woman was your
age, you worry. If the
woman was older, you
worryabout your mother;
if she was young, you
grieve for a:life lost and
youworry about your
daughter, your grand-.


daughter, your niece.
Even if you know a lot of
survivors, you know that.
the fight was a struggle,
and no one will deny that.
With sexual assault,
especially with a weapon,
the danger is much more
immediate. You don't have
a lot of time to ponder
your options, as you do
with breast cancer; and
there is no second opin-
ion. I remember, as the
,man held the knife:to my
throat, that I didn't want to
die on the laundry room
floor. It seemed so ordi-
nary. I also knew that this
man was not going to
decide if I lived or died. I
decided that I was the one
who was armed, because I
had a brain, and he didn't
seem all that bright. ,
In the end, I grabbed his
glasses and, using a trick
learnedfrom reading old
mysteries, threw every-
thing ih the room in his
path.-
Someone heard the
commotion and shouted..
The perp ran. He was
never caught.
It was after this hap-
pened that I heard some
say they'd rather ie than
be attacked. I knew that
wasn't true. I'd only been


fight aloi

married four months. I
wasn't ready to die.
The same thing is true
with breast cancer. No
matter how hard the
struggle, how difficult
things got, when I
despaired most, I consid-
ered the alternative. ife
was always the better
choice.,I also remembered:
those who didn't really
have a choice; they were
killed by their assailant or
their disease. I was lucky. I
lived to fight another day.
I hope you will use
October, and every-month,
to remind that friend,or
you, to get that mammo-.
gram that's been put off
too man\ dimes. to do that
self-exam, because yoid'"
may well find the lump
whose early detection will
save your life, as it did
mine.
SI have been given the
rare opportunity to start
anew not once, but several
times. I am trying to make
the most of it. I hope that
you will, too, by being a
hero to your family.
Confront your fears about
Sbreast cancer and get that
'check-up or that mammo-
gram.
If you're older than 50,
get a colonoscopy, too. The'
.loss of my beloved Roy has
reminded me how pre-
cious life is. Fight the fear.
The Department of
Health Florida Breast and
Cervical Cancer Screening
program provides low cost
or free screenings for


le

women ages 50-64 who are
uninsured or underin-
sured and are at or below
200 percent of the federal
poverty level. The screen-
ings include a clinical
breast exam, Pap smear
and mammogram. Women
whose cancer is detected
through this program may
be eligible for treatment as
well, if they meet eligibility
guidelines.
If your county doesn't
have a local program,
contact your local hospi-
tal. They may have a breast
health navigator who can
help you find low-cost or
free options. Or you can
contact the American
Cancer Society or the -
Siisan. G. Komen Founda-
tion for help:Yoidonii't
have to fight alone. '
SFor more information '
.about the programr! isit i
the Web site at,. .:
*www.doh.stste.fl.us/fami-
ly/bcc, or call (800) 451-
'2229.
For more information
about breast cancer, visit
Sthe American Cancer
Society' Web site at
www.cancer.org or call
S(800) ACS-2345, or visit the
Susan G. Komen Breast
Cancer Foundation Web
Site at www.komen.brg or
call (800) 462-9273.
Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of"Today's
HealthCare" magazine and
a memberof the National
Association .of Science
Writers. E-mail questions
to skoppel@bellsouth.net.


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private pilot'slicense.
That was awhile ago.!
I remember clearly that
before endeavoring to
undertake the daunting task
of earning my wings, I spent
a lot of time messing around
with a copy of Microsoft
Flight simulator running on
aq old 286 box.
The hardware was
expensive at the time, slow
and choppy, and the video
was monochrome. I remem-
Sber mentioning to my flight
instructor that I had been
playing with flight simulators
on the computer, and I
Remember his reaction. He
snorted in disgust and told
me not toiwaste my time on
foolish video games. He had
point.
The flight simulators
(especially at that time) really
didn't have much to offer in
the way of realism. Flight was
controlled by keyboard
commands, the view from
the cockpit was straight
ahead, with no natural way
to look around (very impor-
tant when flying a real
plane), and there was


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certainlyinone of the feel you
get flying real planes.
Going by my instructor's
reactions, I decided never to
bring it up again. I continued
using my old trusty flight
simulation program, often
ieenactiig the day's lessons
or running through the next
day's tasks, just to get familiar
with a particular maneuver
before actually having to
perform. Of course, I never
told my instructor this; it was
y mylittle secret.
Despite my instructor's
obvious distaste for flight
sims, very early in my
lessons, he said something
that told me instantly I was
on the right path and getting
something out of the
simulator after all.
After my second or third'
flight with him, he made a
comment that he had never
had a new student who
didn't "chase the gauges" and


'wag fairly cheerfulthat he
wasn't going to have to spend
much ime on that particular
topic.
S You see, wheh you make a
change in the cockpit, in
heading or rate of climb, it
takes a moment or two for
the instruments to "catch.
up." This phenomenon is
normal and expected, but it
tends to take new students
by surprise.The result is the
typical new student pilot
spends the first couple
lessons over correcting for
every change, rather than
just waiting for the instru-
ments to stabilize and catch
up to the newsettings. The
result is a choppy flight at
best It can take some
students several lessons
before getting the hang of
just letting the gauges
stabilize on their own..
I smiled to myself and
didn't say a word. I knew my
time spent messing around
with the flight simulator was
actually helping. I had
become accustomed to
waiting for the instruments
to catch up after each
change, and it did not come


as a surprise whie I got into
a "real" cockpit. I just held
my tongue andkept doing
what I was doing,reviewing
mylessons oh the sim and
preparing for the nextday's
lessons.
Well, I eventually passed
all my tests, soloed,'got my
ticket and then, after the
noveltywore off, stopped
flying regularly and became a
lapsedpilot
Howsad.
'It has been years since I've
flown regularly and'fankly,
the idea of trying to pick up
where Ileft off was a little
intimidating. That is until I
recently purchased a copy of
the latest Microsoft flight
simulator off eBay. Boy, have
I been having a ball!
Like riding abike, it's all
coming back to me. The
detail that they put into this
program is astounding and
the hardware that I've got it
running on is thousands of
times more powerful than
the machineI was using in
1992.'
What the flight simulator
lacks in feel, it makes up for
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Sell friends: A few
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plans are implemented.
First, some very good news.
Starting this week, Hometown
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In less than a year, we have
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We are not aware of any
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I would like to congratulate
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The nice thing about a
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Our system is not perfect yet,
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Speaking of appreciation,
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SJust a little more than six
years ago we started this
company, and in that short
amount of time, we have
made many friends, been
honored by many charities
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won more industry awards
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In our firstyear, we were
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Until then, I'lljust keep.
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in detail and scalability. As I perform orrea to get my
putter around doing virtual wings back, but I won't
touch and goes at the Fort mention that I've been
Pierce Airport, I realize that practicing on a "video game."
the simulatorhas indeed Thatwill remain my little
graduated fromvideo game secret.
status to a really useful tool.
Every hour I spend in front of SeanMcCarthyfixes
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other and in'07 we were
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I mention this for a few
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Second, to point out that
we are a goodpartner to all of
the communities we cover.
We have never taken a dime
from a nonprofit or charity
organization to help them
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fundraising events.We know
they appreciate .that. But if
there was ever a time for all of
us locally owned businesses
to support each other, this is
it.
Hometown News is locally
owned. Vernon Smith, whom


most of you know, is our
managing partner. He is my
partner. Vemon employs
. thousands of local residents
in the other numerous
businesses he owns locally.
Hometown News employs
well over 100 local residents.
Most of the money spent
locally with Hometown News
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print outside the Treasure
Coast area because no local
printer could handle ajob the
size of ours).We do not
outsource to India or any
other foreign country. We
have held onto as many of
our full-time positions as
possible through these
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Now more than ever local
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But if we all support each
other and work together, we
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William Henry Lewis, 82,
died Sept. 29, 2008.
He was' born in
Charleston, W.Va., and
lived in Vero Beach for 20
years.
He was the administra-
tive manager of Union Car-
bide's Computer Center in
Charleston, W.Va.
He served in the U.S.
Army during World War II.
He was a member of First
United Methodist Church,
Vero Beach.
He earned his MPA in
accounting from Ohio
State University in 1957.
He is survived by his wife
of 60 years, Helen of Vero
Beach and a sister, Mar-
garet Dudley of
Charleston, W.Va.
Interment took place at
Graceland., Cemetery,
Charleston, W.Va.
William J. Connelly III
William J: Connelly III,
69, died Sept. 30, 2008, at
Indian River Medical Cen-
ter inVero Beach.
He was born in Jamaica,
N.Y., and lived in Vero
Beach for 48 years.
He served in the U.S.
Army. He was a member of
the American Legion Post
No. 39.
He is survived by four
sons, Brian and Scott, both
of Vero Beach, and Glen
and Eric of Rifle, Colo., and
two grandchildren.


Arrangements were han-
dled by Strunk Funeral
Homes and Crematory Vero
Beach.
Linda Shelton
Linda Shelton, 68, of
Vero. Beach, died Oct. 3,
2008.
She was born in Ander-
son, S.C., and lived in Vero
Beach for 39 years, coming
from Titusville.
She owned apd operated
Linda's Beauty Salon in
Vero Beach.
She was a member of
Central Assembly of God,
the American Legidn Post
No. 39, the VFW Post No.
3918, the Fraternal Order
of the Eagles and the Ital-
ian American Club.
She is survived by her
husband, Orval of Vero
Beach; a son, BobbyWilson
of Pelzer, S.C.; two daugh-
ters, Teresa and Wanda,
both of Vero Beach; a step-
son, -David of Orlando; two
stepdaughters, Jade of
Hartsville, S.C. and Sharon
of Basehor, Kan.; two
brothers, Terry and Tony,
both of Anderson, S.C.; a
sister, Janice of Star, S.C.;
13 grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in
death by her father, James,
a sister, Shelby, and two
brothers James and Jim.
Arrangements were han-
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Obituaries
From page A8
Homes and Crematory Vero
Beach.

Ruth H. Van Kirk

Ruth H. Van Kirk, 82, died
Oct. 4, 2008, at Palm Garden
ofVero Beach.
She was born in Miami,
and lived in Vero Beach for
eight years, coming from
Red Bank, N.J.
She is survived by her hus-
band, John of Vero Beach;
two sons, John of Colt Neck,
N.J. and James of Tinton
Falls, N.J.; three daughters,
Kathryn of Mt. Pleasant,
S.C., Meredith of Hickory,
N.C. and Sandra of Mar-
shall, N.C.; seven grandchil-
dren and six great-grand-
children.
Arrangements were by
Strunk Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Elizabeth Palmer
Collins

Elizabeth Palmer Collins,
80, died Oct. 3, 2008, at Indi-
an River Medical Center in
Vero Beach.


She was born in New-
burgh, N.Y., and lived in
Vero Beach for 10 years,.
coming from Surfside
Beach, S.C.
She attended St.' John of
the Cross Catholic Church
and was a member of the
Woman's Christian Business
Association.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Benjamin of Vero
Beach; a son, Rhett of Vero
Beach; two brothers; John of
Vero Beach and Mike of
Myrtle Beach, S.C.; a grand-
daughter; Cynthia and two
great-grandsons; Elijah and
Jonah.
She was preceded in
death by her son, Scott.
Arrangements were han-
dled by Strunk Funeral
Homes and Crematory Vero
Beach.

Joseph Marshall
Jenkins

Joseph Marshall Jenkins,
67, of Vero Beach, died Fri-.
day, Oct. 3, 2008, at the VNA
Hospice House in Vero
Beach.
He was born Aug. 10, 1941
in Vero Beach, and returned
-to Vero Beach in 2005 from
Summerville, Ga.


He operated heavy equip-
ment and had a farming
business.
He is survived by his"
daughters, Debra of Vero
Beach and Penny of Watau-
ga, Tenn.
Memorial services are
pending. Memorial contri-
butions can be made to the
VNA Hospice Foundation,
1110 35th Lane, Vero Beach,
FL 32960.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Joseph 'Jody'
Warren Wodtke

Joseph "Jody" Warren
Wodtke, 70, died Oct. 4,
2008.
He was born in and a life-
time resident of Vero Beach.
He owned and operated
Wodtke's Department Store
with his family for 40 years
.before his retirement in
2001.
He was a member of St.
Helen Catholic Church in
Vero Beach and a graduate
ofVero Beach High School.
He is survived by his wife
of 30 years, Barbara of Vero
Beach; a daughter, Katie of


Dallas; a stepson, Jim of
Pompano Beach; a step-
daughter, Debbie of Jack-
sonville; four sisters, Kay,
Mary, Margaret and Susan,
all of Vero Beech; and five
grandchildren.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Nation-
al Kidney Foundation, 30
East 33rd St., New York, NY
10016.
Strunk Funeral Home of
Vero Beach handled the
arrangements.


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Police
From page A5
105, Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
ecstasy.
Mary. Elizabeth Woods,
40, 1601 Jersey Ave., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
aggravated assault on a law
enforcement officer with a
deadly weapon, high speed
or wanton fleeing, grand
theft motor vehicle, felony
petit theft, reckless driving
causing damage and no
valid driver's license.
James Kristopher Sewell,
34, 8501 Hampton Springs
Road, Perry, was charged
with third degree grand
theft.
S* Neil Matthew Vanwyck,
30, 14375 80th Ave., Sebast-
ian, was charged with
aggravated! stalking and a
misdemeanor charge of \io, '
nation of injunction for
domestic protection.
Treveno M. Colley, 28,
3475 44th St., Vero. Beach,
was. charged with battery
domestic violence.
Rodney S. Adams, 28,
1939 21 Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with dealing in
stolen property.
.* Lynwood Davis Jr., 37,
4455 34th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation and
possession of cannabis.
S* Antwane Shawn
Williamson, 27, 4015 46th
St., Vero Beach, was charged
with burglary of a dwelling.
Teresa Church Zinck, 38,
1995 62nd Drive Vero
Beach, was charged with
third degree grand theft.
Richard E Rendina, 60,
S5564 Whirlaway Road, Palm
Beach .Gardens, was
charged with first-degree
grand theft.
Steven Louis Deputy, 45,
9575 Sea Grape Drive, Vero
Beach, was charged with
grand theft.
Luis Albert Garcia, 24,
673 28th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with resisting
and officer with violence
and scheme to defraud.
Michael Alvarez, 31,
.3226 13th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with criminal
mischief. ;
Johnnie Ruth Miles, 42,
no address given, was
charged with three counts
of third degree grand theft,
;seven counts of criminal
Suse of personal ID informa-
tion, three counts of first-
degree petit theft and two
counts of worthless check
to obtain property.
Raymond John Miles,
40, 11246 Roseland Road,
Sebastian, was charged with
violation of community.
control/attempted sexual
battery.
Kimberly Robin Kelly,
36, 1147 Tequesta Drive,
Barefoot Bay, was charged
with trafficking oxycodone.
Durwood Kevin Titus,
39, 1141 .Pineapple Ave.,
N.E. Palm Bay, was charged
with two counts of burglary
of a conveyance and a mis-
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prepared to ride out the
economic storm," said
Alan Polackwich, Indian
River County president,
"and our customers
should know that their
deposits are safe. No
customer has ever lost a
penny of federally insured
deposits."
To help customers
understand the strength of
the banking industry,
consider the following
facts:
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the regulatory require-
ments of a well-capitalized
bank.
No customer has ever
lost a penny in insured
deposits. The FDIC
protects consumers from
losing their money. Even
better, the agency has
temporarily raised its
coverage amount from
$100,000 to $250,000 per
depositor through Decem-
ber 31, 2009. There are
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depending on how you set
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for details.
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are healthy. Most banks
have been around for
decades and are likely to
be around for many more.
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country as of August 2008,
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percent) have failed this.
year. In the unlikely event
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appointed director of
resource development
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Indian River County.
Ms. Brunetti brings
nearly 20 years of expert-
ise in fundraising man-
agement to the agency.
She is an accomplished
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aspects of development,
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She also brings profi-
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counsel to executive and
board leadership, staff.
development and non-
profit communications.
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Brunetti
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which will be announced
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Nov. 12.
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United Way family and to
work with dedicated pro-
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who' are committed to
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Communities, a nonprofit
retirement services organiza-
tion and parent company of
SIndian River Estates, recently
:awarded 19 local students
with vouchers ranging from
$300 to $500 each for their
,work at the retirement com-
munity.
Scholarship students from
Indian River Estates West'
included: Josh Gruber,
i Michael Ford, Mytran Duong,
,Michele Imbro, Chris Norling


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Tyler Cobb, Christina Brecher,
Sara Blum, Blake Jones, Killin
Hasselbrink, David Rice,
Renee 'Kilboume, .Eric
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Allen Johns and Hope Carter.
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by working a specific number
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its 19 communities in six
states. Students are hired as
servers in the formal dining
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faith-based, nonprofit con-
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Adult education classes offered


For Hometown News
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Adult Education of the Indi-
an River County School Dis-
trict is offering free GED'
preparation classes.
The classes are set up so
students can work at their.
own pace in a small, comfort-
able, and quiet setting. GED
classes are available at the
Adult Education School in
Vero; Sebastian River High


School and at the new site at
the Simon Mall.
A computer: introduction
workshop is being offered on
Saturday, Oct. 25, from 9 a.m.
- 4 p.m. Intermediate digital
camera will-be offered on Fri-
day, Oct. 31, from 9 a.m. 1
p.m. An intermediate Word
workshop will be held on Oct.
17, from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
A medical assistant pro-
gram .is being added to the
schedule. This class is sched-


uled to start in January.
Consult-a full course sched-
ule for times, dates, and
course fees. The course
schedule is available at the
office, at area libraries, and on
the Web at www.indianriver-
schools.org.
'Adult Education, a division
of the Indian River County
SSchool District, is at 1426 19th
St., downtown Vero Beach. For
more information, call (772)
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Rodeo
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Mr. Maudlin's younger
sister, Kelly, won the junior
barrel racing competition.
"She was so excited to
win that belt buckle," said
mother Tonya Maudlin.
"It says his name on it
and everything," she said.
"Rodeos are a family
thing for us and that's why
want to do this (memorial
rodeo) every year," she said.
In addition to barrel rac-
ing and bull riding, there
were breakaway roping;
goat tying, pole bending,
mutton bustin' and calf rid-
ing competitions.
Though rodeo partici-
pants were 18 and under,
local professional bull rider
Jimmy Lathero, 19, gave the
crowd a taste of what 14
years of practice can
accomplish.
As his bull broke out of
the gate, it immediately
began spinning in tight cir-
cle, snorting and bucking
furiously, but Mr. Lathero
didn't waver and 8 seconds
later, the crowd burst into
applause.
"Riding bulls is in my
family," said Mr. Lathero.


"My daddy did itand my
grandpa did it. I've been
riding since I was 5 years
old," he said.
Mr. Lathero has been
healing from a shoulder
injury and plans to return
to riding in competitions in
the coming months.
Fellsmere Riding Club
President Wayne Hender-
son was very pleased with
the participation and the
crowd of more than 200
people who attended the
.free event.
"This is what the club.is
all about right here, youth
rodeos," said Mr. Hender-
son.
When asked what it takes
to be a good bull rider, Mr.
Henderson quipped, "no
sense."
"No, really, it takes a lot of
determination and heart.
It's a whole lot df fun, but at
anytime, you could get
killed in there," said Mr.
Henderson.
The riding club has about
70 members, Mr. Hender'
son said, .but they always
welcome newcomers who
are interested in riding and
rodeos.
For more information
about the Fellsmere Riding
Club, call (772) 571-1847.


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to create ethanol.
"House garbage, vegeta-
tive waste, used auto tires,
sewage sludge, citrus peel,
diseased citrus trees, all we
need is carbon," Mr.
Crabbs said.
"It was very interesting,"
said Doug Bournique, the
executive vice president of
the IRCL.
"Until we get the next
generation of disease-
resistant citrus trees, grow-
ers would have an option
to be a part of an ethanol-
producing process," said
Mr. Bournique.
Using trash to produce
ethanol is also a great idea,
Mr. Bournique said.
"If we use the plant, we
won't have Mount Trash-
more sitting outside there
anymore. It's very exciting
for environmental reasons
and if you're a grower or a
landowner," he said.
The technology that will
be used for the plant is
licensed from INEOS, a
chemical company in the
United Kingdom.
"Every piece of equip-
Sment has been tested, we
have no hardware con-
cerns at all," said Mr.
Crabbs.
A pilot plant has been
operational in Fayetteville,
Ark., for eight years testing
the process, Mr. Crabbs
said.
The plant. would' use a
process called gasification
to produce the ethanol.
Gasification produces a
chemical combination of
Scarbon-monoxide, hydro-
gen and carbon-dioxide,
and is also known as syn-
thesis gas.
The synthesis gas would
then be exposed to a natu-
ral bacteria and the by-
product of that exposure is
ethanol.
"The bacteria is harm-.
less because it is anaero-
bic, which means when
exposed to air, it dies," Mr.
Crabbs.said.
A. location for the plant
has not been confirmed
yet, but Mr. Crabbs antici-
pates announcing the site
inrabout a month.
Florida is the ideal state
in which to produce plants
for bio fuels because of its
tropical weather, Mr.
Crabbs said.
In addition to the
ethanol plant, Mr. Crabbs
said he expects to also
have a recycling center on
site as well as a power
island, which would con-
vert the steam produced by
the gasifier into energy to
run the plant.
"There's really a lot of
upsides to this ... things
that people never consid-
ered could be used to' make
energy," Mr. Crabbs said.
Mr. Crabbs estimates
that his company could
have a small ethanol plant
producing 8 million gal-
lons of ethanol per year by
the end of the second
quarter of 2010.
The plant would have
the potential to grow and
produce up to 70 million-
gallons per year.
"He' gave a great presen-


station Mr. Bournique
said.
"I guess we'll just wait
and see what happens, but
it looks very promising," he
said.
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although it is widely
known the U.S. was
responsible for the
Panama Canal (and lesser
known that the French
started the dig), the
Spanish were really the
first to have an interest in
creating a shorter route
from Europe to Asia in the
16th century and actually
chose the current area to
be the most reasonable.
Because of the wars that,
broke out in Europe, and
to see who would be in
control of the Mediter-
ranean, the project was
put on hold.
Over the next few
hundred years, there were
varying degrees of interest
and some planning on
how this could best be
accomplished.
In 1819, the Spanish
government authorized
construction on the canal.
At this time, the Ameri-
cans became interested in
digging the canal, since
the gold iush in California
was beginning to take
hold.
The Spanish commis-
sioned an international
company to get started. It


slides.
Basically, in order for a
vessel to get from the
Atlantic to the Pacific (and
vice versa) it must be
lifted to the elevation of
land. Locks actually
graduate the vessels up
(or down to) the proper.
sea level.
The Panama Canal has
three sets of locks: Gatun,
Pedro Miguel and Miraflo-
ra.
The Gatun locks consist
of two parallel sets of
locks consisting of three
flights. The smallest of
-the three is the Pedro
Miguel; with one set of
lacks and finishing with
the Miraflora locks, which
has two sets, traveling
from the Atlantic to the
Pacific. It was noted that it
would save 18,000 miles
on a trip from NewYork to
San Francisco.
It was an incredible feat,
and what is most remark-
able is that the whole
process is really self-
sufficient.
The dam at Gatun is
able to generate electricity
to operate the canal, as
well as the locomotives
that pull the ships through
the canal,
There are many ways to ,
see this engineering
wonder. A Panama Canal
- cruise is probably the
most popular way to
experience it. You can .
cruise from south Florida
through the Gatun locks,
into Gatun Lake (created
,by the Gatun dam built,
from debris from the dig
and blocking the Chagres
River) turn around and
head back. Or, you can sail
a true canal and go from
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was determined that there
were only two possibilities
for the location: where it
currently sits or through
Nicaragua.
Not until 1876 was there
a decision and the compa-
ny obtained a concession
from Columbia to start the
construction. In 1880 the
international company
failed and a French
company headed by
Ferdinand Marie de
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Suez Canal, took control.
This attempt failed,
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process.'
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Depending on which
itinerary you take, you i
visit any of the eastern
southern Caribbean po
as well.as ports along.th
Panama Isthmus, South
America and Mexico.
Although you can fly
into the area and tour t
canal from land, most
travel via cruise. A 10-
night cruise from Fort
Lauderdale will general
have you visiting island
in the Southern Caribbt
such as Aruba and Cura
cao before entering the
canal, experiencing the
Gatun locks with a turn
around in Gatun Lake a
visits to Col6n, Panania
and Puerto Limon, Cost
Rica.
A true Trans-Panama
Canal cruise (from 14
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gena, Columbia, enter t
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Through all three sets of
locks, visit Puerto Calde
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SAcapulco, Cabo San Luc
Mexico and disembark i
Los Angeles.
If the cruise is re-
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Caribbean to Alaska you
will be able to take in tv
of the most desirable
cruise itineraries; the bi
of two worlds.
This itinerary will taki


you from Florida to the
southern Caribbean,
through the Panama
Canal, up the coast of
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Washington past British
can Columbia and into Alas-
or ka's waterways.,
rts, It is not only possible, it
he is popular for those who
S enjoy cruising and getting
the lower fares that a re-
positioning cruise allows.
he If you are interested in
the locks themselves,


make sure you take one of
the excursions that brings
you down to the workings
of the locks. It is a bit of a
strenuous tour, but well
worth the effort.

Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
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at (321) 253-3674 and by e-
mail atpatty@cruisetravel-
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SATURDAY, OCT. 12-
SJAN. 11, 2009
.Theatre-Go-Round Dinner
Theatre has re-opened in the
Best Western Hotel for the all
new production "Nuncrackers;
the Nunsense Christmas Musi-
cal." Performances are given
every Sunday. The evening
includes a four-course dinner
and beverage. Seating is
between 4:15 and 5 p.m. with
the show beginning at 6 p.m.
The. complete dinner pack-
age includes show ticket, din-
ner, tax and gratuity for $48.35
Super person. /
For more information, call
S(772) 567-8321, Ext 0.

TUESDAY, OCT. 14-
TUESDAY, NOV. 11
*Vero Beach Museum of
Art film studies course con-
tinues its session series. All
films in the course, titled,
"Muse-en-Scene," have
received critical acclaim. This
:course deals with painters,
actors, writers, musicians and
dancers in films that illuminate
their lives and times. Sched-
uled films are: art and narcis-
sism: "Hilary and Jackie" on
S Oct. 21; art and accessibility:
"Looking for Richard," on Oct.
28; art as discipline: "Etoiles -
Dancers of the Paris Opera
Ballet," on Nov. 4; and art as
obsession: "Vincent" on Nov.
11;,All films are presented in
their original language with
English subtitles as necessary.
Classes are offered in the
museum's Leonhardt Auditorl-
S um.at 1:30. or 7 p.m. Film
moderator Warren Obluck
introduces the films, provides
background 'information for
each course and moderates
discussion at the film's conclu-
sion. Students may register in
person at the museum or by
Phone. The museum is located
at 3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach.
For more information, or to
register, call education assis-
tant Angela Fallon at (772)
231-0707, Ext 136.

SATURDAY, OCT.18
The Bedazzled Couture
fashion show is set for 2 p.m.
at the Vero Beach High School
S.Performing Arts Center at 1707
S16th St in Vero Beach. The.
Sshow, presented by Amie
Mills of Bedazzled Couture,
,:benefits the school's cheer-
leaders and will showcase the
latest in young women's fash-
ions as well as homecoming
and prom dresses. Tickets are
"$5.
For more information, call
(772) 564-5641

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'Little Shop' to open in Vero Beach


Play features
flesh-hungry
plant
By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH It's the
third highest grossing off-
Broadway show of all time,
featuring a blood-eating
plant namedAudrey.
"Little Shop of Horrors"
is coming to Vero Beach,
courtesy 'of the Saint
Edward's School theater
department, and 'it's a
musical show that's sure
to please the appetites (no
pun intended) of local the-
ater lovers.
The macabre and zany
show is perfectly sched-
uled for Halloween, with
performances, set for
Thursday, Oct. 30 at 7:30
p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 1
at 2 and 7:30 p.m.'at the
school's Waxlax Center for
the Performing Arts.
Students from grades
seven through 12 will per-
Sform in the show, which is
the school's major musical
production. of the year,
according to theater arts
director Jennifer Patty.
"I've wanted to do 'Little
Shop of Horrors' aid no
.one has done it on the
Treasure Coast. But we
needed a great plant to
make it happen," Ms. Patty
said about Audrey.
Because the show is pro-
duced with a special
arrangement with Music
Theatre International, the
school was able to obtain
realistic, "chomping"


Photo courtesy of Music Theatre International
These plants, from 'Little Shop of Horrors,' document Audrey's growth.


Audreys in four sizes,
which mark her "growth"
as the show progresses..
Musical Theatre Interna-
tional is a dramatic licens-
,hg agency which supplies
scripts; musical materials
and licensing permission
to schools and theaters.
The rock musical is a
farce about a. skid row
florist shop and. a goofy
worker there who. raises a
mysterious plant that
feeds on human blood and
flesh. The audience later
learns that th/ plant,
-:named Audrey II for the
Audrey who also works in
the florist shop, is actually
an "alien."
The show, based on a


1960 movie made in two
days for $30,000, is a spoof
of every poqrry-made sci-fi
movie ever made and also
pays tribute to 1960s doo-
wop and Motown music.
"The kids (in the cast)"
Love the sound of the
music.Theylove the three-
Spart harmony' and .story-
line 'because it's really
well-written and the kids
are latching on to it.
S"We'll have a pit of four
musicians to give it a really,
strong sound," Ms. Patty
said. '
She noted that the origi-
: nal film featured a bit role
played by then-unknown
actor lack Nicholson.
"It wasn't a 'B' film, ir


was a 'Z' film, filmed in
two -days. It was so bad,"
Ms. Patty said with a laugh.
Nonetheless; the film
became a cult favorite and
;despite a truly unbeliev-
able storyline, touched On
actual'societal ills.
"A lot of what takes place .
deals with beingtrapped
in social tiers, because the
setting is skid row where
there are lots of homeless
and bums hanging:
around," Ms.. Patty'
explained.
Many students in the
cast are, new to the per-
forming arts and Ms. Patty
said that graduating the-'
ater arts students were'
See HORRORS, B2


Life as a Floida crackerr

Storyteller to spin yarns at Vero's Emerson Center


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
You won't find Florida
"crackers" in the super-
market aisle next to the
saltines, -but a noted
Florida storyteller will
assume the role of' one
such "cracker'! during a
.presentation set for Oct.
23 at 7 p.m. at the Emer-
son Center inVero Beach.
The free program is the
inaugural presentation of
the' 2008-09 Emerson
Center Humanities Series,
in partnership with the
Florida' Humanities
Council. and features
speakers who focus on
Florida history and
issues.
Unlike the crispy treats,
this "cracker" is hardly
edible and on most days,
Judge Nelson Bailey pre-


sides over the 15th Judi-
cial Circuit Court in west-
ern Palm Beach County.
But for. more than 20
years, Judge Bailey',has
also presented programs
throughout the state
..which highlight the life'
and times .'of Florida
Crackers of the late 1800s.
' A Florida native, Judge
Bailey was raised in the
central Florida town of
Tavares where his father
was a.beekeeper. He is a
graduate of Florida State
University ,-where he
earned his undergraduate
and law degrees.
He is a former attorney
for the state's Department
of Agriculture and was,
for many years, a criminal
defense attorney in Palm
Beach County before
being appointed judge by
former Gov. Lawton


Judge Nelson Bailey


Chiles.
Throughout his youth
and adulthood, Judge Bai-
ley has hada Pleep fasci-
nation with Florida histo-
ry and has special interest
in the state's agricultural
heritage.
He also likes story-
telling (although not in


his court room).
Judge Bailey is the onl\
person listed in the
National Storytelling
Directory as a celebrated :
teller of exclusively Flori- ,',
da tales.
He has given hundreds
of presentations through-:
out thestate.
With his flowing beard
and authentic "cracker"
garb,' Judge Bailey is, a
realistic looking, as well
as authentically ve'rsed,
cracker.
Many of 'his outdoor
presentations are made
astride his horse, an
equine with Spanish '
bloodlines dating back
500 years to the early
explorers of the state.
* He is often accompa-
nied b\ a Florida cur cow
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 10-17-2008
Aries March 21-April19
'Your strong spirit continues to
amaze others around you.
You are so gifted.in areas of
the heart. You are atyour best
when you can lend a word of
encouragement and help
Others around you to excel.
Just make sure you find a lit-
tie quality time for yourself,
each day. Self respect is the
foundation for love and
honor, you know..

Taurus April 20-May 20
Pat yourself on the back for
your recent victories. Contin-
ue to set your heart on the
right course and follow it
through to completion. This
will bring you many blessings.
Give thanks every day for all
your blessings. Keep your
focus and you are now ready
Sfor accelerated vision, growth
and good life as never before; .

Gemini May 21-June 21
Renewed passion for life is _
Sthe main key to your personal
','success. When you listen to
this divine inspiration, all the
Right things get accomplished.
When you are psyched up it
gives you an added boost
and you keep on keeping on.
Your active searching mind is
like radar, constantly honing
in on winning ideas and
bringing wonderful rewards. ,

Cancer June 22-July 22
Cancer is the leader of the
heart clan. No. one .ha.s a.
greater heart You are a class
act in itself and a winner.
When others around you are
losing it, who hangs in there?
.You, of course. Make the best
Sof every day and enjoy these
great, blessings. You .will
always continue to' do won-'
derful and great things in life. :

Leo July 23-Aug. 22
Life is exciting for you. You
seem to have been bom
under a lucky star. It is really
your intuition and instincts"
talking to you when you
decide to listen. This focus
'brings yohu ,your greatest
rewards. You are a powerful,
sign. Do things every day that
\ increase your power, joy and'
well-being. Your goodness in
Life inspires every one around
you. . : *: .

Virgo- Aug. 23-Sep 22
Your inner strength, good
nature and strong vision con-
tinue to bring hope and heal-
Sing to your life and relation-'
ships. Your light attracts others .
ready to learn and grow. Your

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THURSDAY, OCT. 23
-The Vero Beach Museum of
Art Contemporaries' Art After
Dark will present "Club Blue"
from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This is
Indian River county's hippest
party for young professionals
and the public is invited. Club
Blue features music by Stoney,
of Stoney and the House Rock-
ers, along with guitarist Steve
Thorpe of the Blues Orchestra.
While at the gallery, attendees
can view an admission-free
exhibit of contemporary 'and
ancient glass. Admission to is
for. $10. Beer, wine non-alcoholic
pm beverages and light hours
d'oeuvres are available and the
t .^^ ^first drink is on the house.
The museum is located at
3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach.
For more information, call
S (772) 231-0707 or visit the
S Web site www.verobeachmu-
2958 seumlorg.
: The inaugural presentation'
)ON.IOPM of the 2008-09 Emerson Cen-
ter Humanities Series will fea-
ture Florida cracker story-
telling of the late 1800s with
Judge Nelson Bailey of Palm
Beach County at 7 p.m. The'
humanities series is presented


in partnership with the Florida
Humanities Council. Six
acclaimed speakers and per-
formers will be presented at
the center and all will relate to
Florida history and issues.
Admission is free and all per-
formances begin at 7 p.m.
The Emerson Center is locat-
ed at the Unitarian Universalist
,Fellowship at 1590 27th Ave. at
the conrnerof 16th St.
For more information., call
(772) 778-5249.
-Tickets for the 2008-09 Vero
Beach High School perform-
ing arts season are now avail-
able to the public: The season
ticket package is $50 and fea-
tures eight events including
jazz and classical symphony
concertsthe fall play "The Out-
siders," choral presentations
and more. A special ticket
package deal is also available
for seniors 65, and older for
$45.
For ticket information, e-mail
vbhstickets@gmail.com or call
the schools box office at (772)
564-5646. The performing arts
calendar of events may also be
viewed at www.vbhs.org.
SATURDAY OCT. 25-
SUNDAY, OCT. 26
SEnigma: Music & Mystery
will be presented by the Vero
Beach High School Orchestra


as its first performance of the
2008-2009 season. The show
interweaves classical and pop-
ular music with a "mystery"
laden with clues that the audi- I
ence and orchestras solve;
together. 5
Performances are set for
7:30 p.m. on Saturday and at 3
p.m. on Sunday in the school's t
Performing Arts Center located .
at 1707 16th St. in Vero Beach. i
Proceeds will benefit orchestra .
programs in county schools
and more than 100 musicians )
from the high school and All- r
County Middle School Orches-
tras will perform. Tickets are
$10 for the upper level and $12
for the lower level. -
For information, call (772)
564-5646.
THURSDAY, OCT. 30- /
SATURDAY, NOV. 1
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be presented by the Saint
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show, which will be held at 1
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and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. on Sat-1.
urday, Nov. I at the Waxlax I
Center for the Performing Arts -i
at 1895 St Edward's' Drive, off'
A1A. Tickets are $10 for adults
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happy to see younger class-
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seniors to these kids and the
chemistry is just wonderful.
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Performing Arts is located
on the campus of Saint
Edward's School at 1895
Saint Edward's Drive and
South A1A in Vero Beach
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and $5 for seniors and stu-
dents. '
Reserved seats are avail-
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and discounted tickets are
available at $5 for seniors and
students.
-Tickets are available at the
Waxlax Center box office from
noon until curtain time.
Reserved seats are available in
advance by contacting Ticke-
tAlternative at (877) 725-8849
or the Web site www.ticketal-
ternative.com.

FRIDAY, OCT. 31
*The Salvation Army Har-
vest Festival is set for 6-9 p.m.
at Salvation Army headquar-
ters at 2655 5th Ave. S.W. in
Vero Beach across the street
from the Skate Factory on 27th
Avenue. Children and their par-
ents are invited to attend this
safe and fun Halloween
evening that will feature a cos-
tume contest, hay rides, food
and games, bounce house,
bake sale, door, prizes and
much more. Additional parking
is available at the Sun-Up cen-
ter next door. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 978-0265.
The Orphan Trains singing
duo will appear at the Indian
River County Main Library at 6
p.m. The singing pair is com-
prised of Amanda Birdsall who


performs solo under the name
Dakota Rose, and "Wolff,"
known as "The Masked Fantas-
tic" The Orphan Trains take
their name from the 1800s
trains that ferried orphans from
New York City to farms of the
west. Come enjoy an outdoor
evening that will include prizes
for the best adult costumes.
The Main Library is located at
1600 21st St. in Vero Beach.
For more information, call
(772) 770-5060, Ext 4121.

SATURDAY, NOV. 1
God's garage sale/circula-
tion day will be held at the
Unity Center of Vero Beach,
950 43rd Ave. from 9 a.m. to
noon. Clean, working-condi-
tion, free items will be avail-
able. For additional informa-
tion, call (772) 562-1133 or
visit online at www.unity-
ofvero.com.

THROUGH NOV. 1
-Gallery 14 presents a spe-
cial, dual exhibit that includes
the gallery's first guest artist
show of the season, as well as
a show that celebrates the
human form: Juan Camacho
Images: Faces of Rock'n Roll,
Features photographs of some
See OUT, B4


Cracker
From page BI

dog named Cooter. The
breed is a traditional
Southern working dog
used to herd cattle.
By assuming the persona
of a cracker, Judge Bailey
not only spins captivating
yarns about life in Florida
before air conditioning
and the Miami Dolphins,
but also' presents an
authentic visual glimpse
into, that period of state's
history in which only the
most rugged individuals
survived.


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"I am absolutely fasci-
nated that our state's cul-
tural heritage is not some-
thing people know about.
People have no concept gf
agriculture," Judge Bailey
said from his chambers in
Belle Glade. '
As a storyteller, he
weaves together a tapestry
of Florida's historical past.,
Reaching back before the
age of European explorers,
Judge Bailey tells about the
Native-American Floridi-
ans who were mound
builders.
He follows historical
progress by relating stories
of Spanish explorers who
were seeking gold or the


fountain of youth in the
NewWorld.
"I blend it all together to
give a juicy taste to our his-
tory to .pique peoples'
interest," Judge Bailey
explained.
During his presentations
he often demonstrates
methods used by tradition-
al cow "hunters," the name
. given to Florida cow herd-
ing.
Florida .crackers were in
the truest sense cowboys
and were of Spanish, black,
Seminole and Caucasian
descent.
The program kicks off
the Emerson Center's sec-
ond year of Humanities


Series presentations. Six
speakers are featured dur-
ing the series.
The center was recently
awarded a grant from the
Florida Humanities Coun-
cil to present this year's
series, as a result of the
overwhelming attendance
and success of last year's
series.
Admission to the series is
free on a first-come basis.
The Emerson Center is
located at 1590 27th Ave. in
Vero Beach at the intersec-
tion of 27th Avenue and
16th Street. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 778-
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of rock's greatest legends
including Eric Clapton, Taj
Mahal and Bob Dylan. Also fea-
tured are works by Gallery 14
artists entitled "Body Electric:
Figurative Works." Gallery 14 is
located at 1911 14th Ave. in
Vero Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 562-5525.

SATURDAY, NOV. 15-
SUNDAY, NOV. 16

-The annual festival of trees
will be presented by designers
and decorators at the Agnes


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*Conch / Clam Chowders


Wahlstrom Youth Playhouse
and Anne Morton Theatre at
Riverside Children's Theatre
located at 3280 Riverside Park
Drive in Vero Beach from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. The 11th annual
holiday festival is a major
fundraiser for the theater,
which is the educational and
youth-oriented arm of the non-
profit Riverside Theatre. The
16,000-square-foot theater will
be turned into a winter won-
derland of decorated trees,
wreaths and more. Local
florists and designers will pres-
ent displays and more than 70
trees, wreaths and gingerbread
houses are expected to be
exhibited. To participate as a
designer or for more informa-


tion, call (772) 234-80

THROUGH DEC.

L.North Indian River
Library Children's Libr
grams are now offerir
tration for the fall
through Dec. 17. P
offered are toddler l
Monday from 10:15 to
for 1- to 3 year-olds; b
on Tuesday from 1
noon for birth through
olds; twilight tales on
from 6:15 to 7:30 -F
school-age children ar
time on Wednesday
10:15 to 11 a.m. for
year-olds.
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rary pro-
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located at 1001 Sebastian
Blvd. in Sebastian. To register
for programs or for more infor-
mation, call (772) 589-1355.

ONGOING EVENTS


session *. Riverside Children's The-
'rograms atre auditions for upcoming
time on productions will continue
S11 a.m.' through April 2009.
aby time For a schedule of produc-
1:30 to tions, audition dates and
S2-year- other information, call (772)
Tuesday 234-8052 or visit online at
p.m. for www.riversidetheatre.com.
nd story 2009 Emerson Center's
ys from celebrated speakers series
3- to 5 tickets are on sale for the pop-
ular sell-out series that has
library is brought internationally
acclaimed speakers to Vero
Beach. The series kicks off Jan.
17 with an appearance by
Thomas Friedman, one of the
world's preeminent commen-
tators on international affairs
and a three-time Pulitzer Prize
winning author. National Pub-
lic Radio's legal affairs corre-
spondent Nina Totenberg will
follow on Feb. .7. Juam
Williams, an Emmy Award
winning writer and radio/tele-
vision commentator will speak
Feb. 28. Concluding the series
will be Pulitzer Prize winning
author and historian David
McCullough on March 21.
Subscriptions are now avail-
able at $220 for all four speak-
ers at either 4 p.m. or 8 p.m.
performances. There is limited .
seating availability for the'4
p.m. presentations ard handi-;
capped .individuals are
encouraged to reserve their
seats for 8 p.m. Single tickets,
at $60 each, do not go on sale
until Dec. 1 .
SThe Emerson Center at the
Unitarian Universalist fellow-
ship of Vero Beach, is located
at 1590 27th Ave. 'in Vero '


7 7827


Beach at the intersection of
27th Avenue and 16th St. Call
the box office at (772) 778-
5249 to make reservations or
visit online www.theemerson-
center.com.
SThe Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents the exhibi-
tion JON DAVIS: Lost Lug-
gage through Dec. 21 in the
museum's Schumann Gallery.
Admission for this exhibition
is free for all visitors and made
possible by presenting spon-
sor Seacoast National Bank.
Eight years ago, Mr. Davis
found a discarded 'box of
antique family photographs
circa 1908-1950 that inspired
his current work of lighted
wall constructions.
Mr. Davis has taken these
vintage photographs and art-
fully juxtaposed them with
images from art history, col-
ored light and in some cases,
industrial machinery creating
fictional narratives and theatri-
cal' environments. The exhibit
'will feature 12 works that
explore his early use of these'
found photographs in his box
constructions and how .the'
concept has evolved into his
most recent work. The muse-
um is located in Riverside Park
at 3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach,
For more information call
(772) 231-0707 or visit online
a t
www.verobeachmuseum.org.
SIs There a Doctor in the
House? Well, there is at the
Indian River County Library's
main branch at'6 p.m. on
Tuesday. A free series that
promotes .optimum total
health, the library's "Ask the
Doc" series continue on Tues-
day evenings throughout the
year. Each 'week, doctors will
discuss timely topics and fol-
low up with questions and
answers from the
attendees.The first Tuesday of
every month features Joy
Peterson, a registered dieti-
cian and author:of books on
vegetarian cuisine. The second
Tuesday features Yusuf
Mihaylov, 'who holds a master
of science degree in oriental
medicine and a' bachelor's
degree in professional health
studies. He specializes in.her-
bology and .homeopathy as
well' as Chinese acupuncture.
Alex Snodgress, a recent grad-


uat in the field of traditional
Chinese medicine, is featured
the third Tuesday of. the
month. These programs are
free but space is limited and
registration is required.
The main branch of the Indi-
an River County, Library is
located at 1600'21st St. in ,
Vero Beach. Call (772)'770-
5060, Ext. 4121 to sign,up.

ART GALLERIES

*ArtsMojo Gallery and Show-
room, 8802 North U.S. 1, in
the Wabasso Plaza just north
of CR 510. (772) 589-5454.
*Artists Guild Gallery, "44
Royal Palm Pointe, Vero
Beach. Hours: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday, Saturday 11
a.m.-3 p.m. "Kopy Kats" Exhib-
it on display through October.
Guild artists have undertaken
the challenge of copying vari-
ous masterworks. Classes are
offered at the gallery in several
mediums. Opening exhibit
receptions are held the first
Friday of, the month., Call
(772) 299-1234 or visit artists-
guildgalleryverobeach.com for
upcoming events.
*The Gallery at Windsor,
10680 Belvedere Square, Vero
Beach. By appointment only.
(772) 388-4071
*Klay Gallery, 1581 Old Dixie
Highway, Vero Beach.. Open"
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday
and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sat-
urday. (772) 299-1289
S'The Laughing Dog Gallery,
2910 Cardinal' Drive, :Vero
Beach.'Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Saturday. (772) '234-
6711
'Lin Roller Menard 'Gallery,
2919 Cardinal Drive, Vero
Beach. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Mon-
day-Friday' (772) 231-5050
STiger Lily Art Studios and
Gallery, 1903 14th Ave., Vero'
Beach. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturday. (772) 778-3443
*The Garden of Art, 8905
U.S. 1, Sebastian. Hours:
Monday through Saturday, 11
a.m. to 5-p.m. (772) 589-7889

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Scopes
From page B1
ideas are sound. Your future is
bright because you live from
the inside out Keep this bal-
ance arid edge. It will only get
better from here.

Libra- Sept 23-Oct22
You are -on a positive roll.
Keep it going. Why is this so?
Because you are always re-
inventing yourself. Your adapt-
ability is a high treasure. You
always want the best for oth-
ers. Then the universe wants
to send it back tenfold when
you are open to receiving.
Only positive advancement is
possible when you work this
plan.

Scorpio Oct 23-Nov. 21
*Pat yourself on the back for
your recent victories. You have
grown so much this year. This
translates into good fortune
and stress-free living. Just be
true -to yourself and continue
to let spirit work for and
through you. This strong, sim-
pie faith and lifestyle is the
foundation for happiness
today and the rest of the year
to come.

Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your imagination and creativity
are at an all-time high. Your
spirit is strong. Your heart is
open and your mind is clear.
When your visions come up
From within, write them down
and ask spirit to direct you to
the best ones to act upon.
Good judgment and wise
decisions are the keys to con-
tinuing success and happiness.

Capricom Dec. 2-Jan. 19
As your self esteem increases,


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so does your value and
income. You are very skilled at
what you do. It's time the uni-
verse gives you a raise. Don't
be shy about asking what is
rightfully yours. You have it
coming. With Jupiter in Capri-
corn all the signs are there of
expansion and increase in the
coming year.

Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18
When you feel good your
mind is super strong. When
your mind is clear, your heart
motivates you to action. Keep
listening to your inner guid-
ance. It is your genius within.
Others may not fully under-
stand you but they admire
your creativity. Going with this
flow insures that your output
remains strong and gets better
all the time.

Pisces Feb. 19-March 20
Make time to laugh and play.
Stop and smell the roses. You
don't have to be responsible
and serious all the time. A
. good deep breath of fresh air


will always give you a second
wind. Allow your imagination
to flow. See your ideas in their
completed form, then go
about bringing them into real-
ity. This is what you are the
best at and what makes you
so great

Soul visions
James Tucker can help bring
stability in these uncertain
times. A personal astrology or
compatibility chart is a good
place to start He also does
private readings, exciting
home andoffice parties, inspi-
rational group talks and busi-
ness motivation seminars. For
details call (772) 334-9487, e-
mail jtuckxyz@aol.com or visit
his new Web site-www.per-
sonalspiritguide.com to view
his weekly columns, read his
blogs, order books, view his
videos or sign up to receive
his free weekly inspirational
message.
- James Tucker


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TFried Potatoes, Hash Brown Bake or Grits.Your choice of White, Wheat, Rye or Raisin::
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Lunch Menu
d Features Burgers, Rueben's, Clubs, Melts, Sandwiches, Hot Plates, Soups & Salads. We also
feature daily Chef Selecdons like Baked Perdue Chicken, Pot Roast, Roast Lion of Pork, Beef
Tips over Noodles, Chicken Asiago, Calves Liver, Chicken & Dumplings, Chicken Pot Pie with
Pastry Puff, Swiss Steak, Chicken Krista, Spaghetti & Meat Balls, Lasagna & much more.
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Friday night features are Seafood Newburg, Baked White Fish, Fried Shrimp & Scallops,
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Corner or Ai;ation S 27ih Ave
Across horn Piper)


Out
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man John Mooney returns.
*Earl's Hideaway Lounge
and Tiki Bar, 1405 Indian River
Drive, Sebastian. Live Delta
Blues music Tuesday nights by
Ernie Southern.
The Sunday concert series
from 2 to 6 p.m. each Sunday
with no cover charge and BBQ
.available all day. (772) 589-
5700, (772) 388-2597 or
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*Kelley's Irish Pub, 484 21st
St., B, Vero Beach; presents a
Friday night sing-along in the
piano bar. (772) 567-3838
*Long Branch Saloon, 2199
Seventh Ave., Vero Beach.
Karaoke at 8:30 p.m. on Sun-'
day, Monday and Wednesday.
Live music on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. Live IJ on Tues-
day night. (772) 569-4075
-Marsh Landing, F44 N.
Broadway St., Fellsmere:
Folk/acoustic duo HairPeace
performs every Saturday from


5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Call for
other entertainment sched-
ules. (772) 571-8622
*The Pour House, 1238 16th
St., Vero Beach. Enjoy a DJ on
Monday, live bands on Friday
and Saturday night. (772) 770-
2312
*Riverside Cafe, 1 Beachland
Blvd., Vero Beach, Live enter-
tainment. (772) 234-5550
*TJ's Sports Bar, 648 Old
Dixie ;Highway S.W., 'Vero
Beach. Karaoke at 8:30 p.m.
on Tuesday nights. (772) 778-
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"A TUcH OF NEW ORLEANS IN DOWNTOWN VERO"
Ultimate Early Dinner
Must be seated by 5:3D
Featuring a selection of appetizers including:
Scrabcakes, mussels and our famous caesar. The main
course includes; onion crusted local fish, roast petite
tenderloin, fresh salmon or shrimp etoufee. -$15.50
Summer Specials
Six Dinners to choose from
Including: Yellowtail snapper, shellfish bouillabaise,
and ribeye steak, all served with a choice of one of
our stunning salads or a bowl of gumbo. -$22.50

Thursday Nites
11/2 Lb. Steamed Main Lobster dinner.All the trimmings
Call to reserve your lobster dinner. -$26.50
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and five short plays as follows:
Tallulah Finds Her Kitchen
AMarriage Proposal'
Three Women
Red Carnations
A Bench In The Park '
It's A Small World
SCast:
Jill Rich, Anho'ny Colombo, Rob Lastovica, Mara Harris,
Maddy Goldberg, Marilyn Collier, Alan Montgmery, Joe Peduto,
Leighton Smith, Chris Rich, Katie Horn and Mary KVitell.
Directed by Jerry Badiner
S One show only at 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 25 .
SFREE Admission 'FREE Refreshments'
This is a Readers Theater production. Actors
use minimal costuming and perform a dramatic
reading of the script. It's fun...check it out!
CALL THE BOX OFFICE 772-465-0366
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Hello smart shop-
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about facial burns
from microwaved water
and felt the information I
gave you way back needed
repeating.
Water can be explosive
in a microwave. This
information is so impor-
tant, I can't imagine that a
warning is not placed on
every microwave oven
sold.
When you boil water on
the stove, it will keep
bubbling and eventually
evaporate. Not so in a
microwave. When water is
heated beyond the boiling
point bubbling stops and
pressure builds up.
Several people have .
been severely burned by
just removing the contain-
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THE STOVE 3
with the
Grammy Guru
ARLENE BORG

they touched the contain-
er, or inserted a utensil,
the water exploded,
causing severe burns to
the upper body and eyes.
It doesn't happen all the
time but remember; never
heat water for more than 2
minutes. I also learned
that soy sauce can reduce
burning of the skin, not
near the eyes, and help
prevent scarring.
Now it's Halloween time
again. I always made my
kids' Halloween costumes.
When my youngest son
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costume like all the other
kids, I bought him a lion
costume consisting of a
gold-colored flannel jump
suit and a lion mask.
The following year, Guy,
8, Steve, 6, and I were
trying to come-up with an
original idea (yes I was
Back making costumes
again) for the Lion's Club
kid's party, since prizes
were going to be awarded.
Finally I said, "What
holiday is the best one,
ever?" It didn't take them
long to yell, "Christmas."
And who comes at Christ-
mas and leads his sleigh?
Why Santa and Rudolph,'
of course. How come I've
never seen these costumes
at Halloween?
I made Guy red flannel
pajamas and a Santa hat
and adorned it properly
with cotton batting (fur). I
retrieved the gold jump-
suit from the previous
year, appliqued white
fleece to the chest and
trimmed it with jingle
bells. A hat that covered
the head and fastened
under the chin, the ears
and stiff cardboard antlers
were attached somehow. I
painted his cheeks red,
added eyelashes and using
theatrical glue, attached a
red colored cotton ball'to
his nose. They were quite a
pair.
After the party, Guy was
,very excited stating that
they had won "most
original" and Steven won a
prize. They eveh had their
picture in the newspaper,
Steve, on the other hand,
was extremely quiet.
"Aren't you happy you
won?" I asked.
"I'm a boy, not a girl;;I ..
was voted the 'prettiest,'"
Steve said:' -., ,
With his big brown eyes
that looked like adeer in ,,..
the headhlghts, I could see ,,
wvhy they would make a
mistake. L.et's face it,
Rudolph is very pretty and
he's a boy. Right?
When I was a teenager
('yes I was a teenager ,
once), I found instructions


to make little baskets for
trick or treaters. Today,
unfortunately, you would
never give unwrapped
candy, but for a special
party or special friends,
this is surely a winner.
Caramel popcorn or
popcorn balls are a sure
winner for a party.

HALLOWEEN
FLOWER BASKETS
(NIB)
To make severalbaskets,
you will need:
One bag multi-colored
gumdrops
One bag giant gumdrops
Pipe cleaners
Cellophane (colored)
Tooth picks
Small rubber bands

Cut cellophane in 6-inch
squares. Place a large
gumdrop in the center and
secure it with a.rubber
band near the base as you
ruffle up the cellophane.
Insert a pipe,cleaner in the
gumdrop, curving it to
create a handle.
With a toothpick, spear
small gumdrop "flowers"
and insert them into the
large gumdrop. Very pretty
very different and yummy.

GUY'S CARAMEL
POPPED CORN
When my son, Guy, was
in high school, he took a
cooking class and came
home with the best recipe
for caramel popcorn I'd
ever tasted.

3 quarts popped
popcorn
1 stick butter
1 cup brown sugar,
either dark or light
1/4-cup light corn syrup
S1/2-teaspooi,'salt
1/2-teaS poitivanilla
1/2-teaspoon baking
soda.

Melt butter in saucepan
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Sometimes a safe route is'not always best


I recently was referred by a
dear and trusted friend
and associate, locally, to
a leaser of one of her rentals
in Southern California.
Her renter was behind
around six months, to the
tune of $10,000 or more. She
is a generous and caring
soul, but now she was
having a challenging time
making her mortgage
payments on the rental with
no rental money coming in
to offset the mortgage.
Most landlords or ladies
would have taken legal
means to protect their
investments or cut their
losses earlier and not let the
loss go 6n and on.
One day, about a month
ago, she called me,
explained the situation and
asked my advice on what to
do about it. She asked me to
call the renter and talk to
him and try to.figure out the
best way to go for everyone.
I called him and began to
talk to a kind man, who was
facing a dilemma in his
business and personal life.
The insurance and securi-
ties sales job he has been in
for the past few years has.
taken a nosedive because of
the'economic deterioration


Romancing
From page B6'

Stir in sugar, syrup and
salt. Bring to a boil,
stirring constantly. Boil
without stirring'for six
minutes. Remove. from
heat and stir in the baking
soda and vanilla.
Gradually pour over the,
popped corn, mix well and
pour onto a lightly greased
cookie sheet. Bake,in a
300-degree ou\n for 30
minutes. Stir midway
through.. :
Remove from oven,, cool
completely. Store in an
airtight.container.
NOTE: When still slightly
warm, you can moisten
your hands with cooking
spray, form into balls, cool
. and wrap in colored
cellophane.

Editor's note: According
to the Web site
snopes.com, which
debunk urban legends,
instances of microwave- ,
heated water exploding
and burning unsuspecting
victims are exceptionally
rare.


SPIRIT
GUIDE .
JAMES TUCKER



the past few years and he
was at a crossroads in life.
His wife was living in fear
because of his struggles as
the breadwinner of the '
family. She had been on him
to take a "safe" job with a
guaranteed weekly income
that would pay him a
minimum wage, but would
not give him the ability to
pull out of the economic
hole that was getting larger
and deeper.
I spent two and a half
hours listening to and
talking to him about his
options.
One was to take the
secure job. The other was a
securities and insurance
company he knew of that
had a job opening available.
The representative would go
back and make contact with
old clients, bringing them
up-to-date with current
policies and benefits that,
would help them, and the
company, to move forward


I am available for talks
from south Vero to Hobe
Sound. Call (772) 465-
5656.
SWhen a recipe is not in
my cookbook, it will have
(NIB) next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook, "Romancing The
Stove with the Grammy
Guru," send $19.50 ($15
book, $1 tax and $3.50 for
shipping and handling) to:
Arlene M. Borg, 265 S.W.
Port St. Lucie Blvd., No.
149, Port Sh Lucie, FL'
34984. For multiple books,
send $3.50 shipping and
handling for one book and
add $2 postage for each.
additional book ($15 plus
$2). Check, Visa, Master-
SCard or PayPal accepted or
visit Borders in the Trea-
sure Coast Square Mall in
Jense'n Beach or Vero Book
SCenter in Vero Beach..
Visit my Web site at
www.romancingthestove.n
et or send me an e-mail at
arlene@romancingthestov
e.net.


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in a positive direction for
the higher good of all
concerned.
I talked to him at length
about how to approach the
president of the company
and ask what his responsi-
Sbilities were. Then let the
owner know that he had
personal and family goals
that needed to be
addressed.
It just happened that the
president was a family man
who loved and encouraged
his children. He was so
impressed by this man's love
of family, like his own, that
he was offered the job.
In his first week; he made
$2,000. The first thing he did
was send a month's rent to
my friend, his landlady.
Now, more will soon be on
the way.'
Sometimes the safe route
is not always the best route.
I challenge you to use your
natural gifts and talents. Go
inside, bring them out and
set them free.
Surrender to spirit, find
patience, trust and faith in
the higher power. You will
be amazed at how the
universal power will bless
you. If I can help, please call
or e-mail me and I will give


you the best I have in me.
You can do it. You were born
to do it. The sweetest news
is the best is yet to come.

Soul visions

Come to the Eighth
Annual Woman's Club of
Stuart Psychic Fair, Satur-
day, Oct. 18 from 10 to 4 PM.
at 729 E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart.

James Tucker can help you
through hard times. An
encouraging private read-
ing, an exciting home or
office party, a personal
astrology or compatibility
chart, an inspirational
group talk or a business
marketing seminar to keep
your business afloat are just
afew of the services he offers.
For details, call (772) 334-
9487, send an e-mail to
jtuckxyz@aol.com or visit
his new Web site, www.per-
sonalspiritguide.com, to
view his weekly columns,
blogs, order books and
videos or sign up for his free
weekly inspirational
message.
Until next time, never give
up on your dream, your.
purpose ard your passion.
'Keep on keeping on.


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Re igion 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. Din-
ner starts at 6:15 p.m. and is
optional; $3 donation. Meet-
ing starts at 7 p.m.
Immanuel Church is locat-
ed at 455 58th Ave., South-


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west, Vero Beach.
For more information
(772) 562-3185.

Micco
Community Ch

A study entitle
Twelve Steps for Chr
a Bible study for r
addictions, will be I
Monday, starting ai
at the church.
An open discussion
tied "Coffee and Chr
Tuesday evenings at
in the church fel
hall.
The church is loc


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772-567-7889
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ed The
ristians,


the corner of Church Street
and Central Avenue in
Micco.
For information, call (772)
538-4916 or (772) 581-9524.

First Presbyterian
Church of Sebastian


multiple Newcomers and visitors
held on are invited to the 10 a.m.
t 7 p.m. Sunday worship service.
S Children's Sunday
on enti- School starts at 10 a.m. fol-
rist," on lowing the. children's mes-
t 7 p.m. sage.
lowship The Pastor's Bible study
is every Wednesday at 10
ated on a.m. Youth group will meet
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the
'- youth room.
Adult Sunday School
classes at 8:30 and 9 a.m.
Friendship Crossroads
Thrift Shop is now open for
business on Thursday, Fri-
Sday, and Saturday, from 9
a;m.-2 p.m.


each


The church is located one
block north of Main Street at
1405 Louisiana Ave., Sebast-
ian.

New Life
Baptist Church

A 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-


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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. 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,
located at 725 Commerce
Center Drive, Suites C, D &
E, Sebastian.
For additional informa-
tion, call Pastor Bill Broth-
ers at (772) 473-3614.

Riverside Church

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.
Oneighty Youth 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, ll iou'l:, 1 th


grade, meets at the church
6:30 p.m., Thursday
evening meetings. The
girls learn about cooking,
camping, crafts, commu-
nity, missions, 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
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
can understand and apply
to their lives plus games,
prizes.
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 arrived Sarur-
day,O C)c. i 1.I he patch %\ill
be open daily from 9 a.m.
to 8 p.m. (closed on Sun-
:day)
Preschools, kinder-
gartens, schools and other
groups are invited (by
reservation only) to' come
for story time and hayrides-
Monday through Friday,
until Oct.131. All proceeds
from this event go to the
youth and children's min-
istry and for scholarships
for children and youth Co
i attend sunrnmer cump.
To make rteertations. call
(772) 562-9232.

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Volleyball teams stockpile hardware at tournament


By John MacDonald
Macdonald@hometownnewsol.com
While it might not have
been classified as plunder-
ing, it was the Vero Beach
and Sebastian River volley--
ball teams that went home
with gold recently in the
Pirate Classic.
After winning their first
two matches, the Indians
suffered a loss to host Saint
Edward's in the last game of
pool play. Not to be
deterred, Vero Beach
rebounded to beat Coral
Springs Christian 25-10, 25-
16 in the semifinals in the
appropriately titled gold
division.
In the championship, Vero
Beach (13-8, 2-2 district)
again matched up with the
Pirates, but this time the
Indians came away with a
25-15, 25-19 win.
"The first time (against
Saint Edward's) we won the
first game and then lost the
last two," Vero head coach
Chad Zimmerman said.


"In the final match, we
played smarter. We used the
court effectively and played
as a team."
Conversely, Sebastian
River didn't look like much
of a team in their first two
encounters of the tourna-'
ment, losing to Vero Beach
and Saint Edward's. The
Sharks turned it around to
win their final three match-
es, including a three-game
thriller against Jupiter Chris-
tian in the silver division
semifinal and an equally
impressive victory over
Temple Christian in the
championship.
"The way we ended the
tournament, we were play-
ing like a different team,"
Sebastian head coach Brian
McMahon said. "These girls
can play. We have a lot of tal-
ent on the team."
Sebastian River kept its
streak intact with a three-
game sweep over Port St.
Lucie a few days later. Alli-
son Pastor had eight kills
and two blocks for the


'The way we ended the tournament, we were
playing like a different team. These girls can
play. We have a lot of talent on the team."

Brian McMahon
Sebastian head volleyball coach


Sharks, while Savannah Dal-
ton chipped in six kills, three
blocks and two aces.
Chelseigh Glisson also
came up big with 19 assists
and four aces, as the Sharks
improved to 5-8 (2-3 in Dis-
trict 13-5A).
"We're kind of putting it
together now," McMahon
said. "We didn't do a lot over
the summer. A lot of pro-
grams start in June.
"Me being a new coach
was part of that.
"If you look at our losses,
we made some mistakes.
When you put that together
with a lack of experience
that factors in to us not play-
ing so well."
Although there are no


theme parks in the area,
Vero Beach's roller coaster
season began with the Indi-
ans climbing to the top of
the standings with a 4-0
record.
The team came crashing
back to earth with a disap-
pointing showing at the Dis-
ney Classic in mid-Septem-
ber. Vero Beach went 1-2 in
pool play before coming
back to win two matches in
the bronze division.
The Indians were not able
to carry that momentum
over in its next match, losing
their first District 6-6A
match of the year to Eau
Gallie.
"We're kind of a young
team," Zimmerman said.


"We graduated four seniors.
We have three starting sen-
iors and three starting jun-
iors."
McMahon and the Sharks
have had their share of
growing pains as well.
Besides trying to fill the
highly successful shoes of
his predecessor, Mike
McCall, McMahon has had
to replace two of Sebastian's
biggest stars in McCall's
daughter Emily and Callie
Churchwell.
"We lost two big pieces,"


McMahon said. "I knew it
was going to be a rebuilding
year."
While both teams have
taken different roads, each
hopes it will lead to the
same destination a dis-
trict title. The Sharks are
looking for their eighth in a
row while Vero Beach hasn't
tasted postseason glory in a
while.
"You don't want to peak
early in the season," McMa-
hon said. "I'd rather peak in
districts."


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INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY- The Association of
Fundraising Profession-
als, Indian River Chapter,
announced the recipients
of this year's National
Philanthropy Day awards.
This year's honorees
include: Bob and Sandy
Brackett, as outstanding
individual philanthro-
pists, nominated by
Indian River State College
officials; Proctor Con-
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corporate philanthropist,
nominated jointly by
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Clubs of Indian River
County; Rick and Laura
McDermott, outstanding
volunteer fundraisers,
nominated by the Indian
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Youth Activity Center.
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Riverside Park.Drive, Vero
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T T e's back. One of golf's
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H retired. No, nothim.
I'm speaking of my good
friend, Ryder Cup.
After our victorious
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friend returned to the PGA of,
America headquarters in
Palm Beach Gardens. Of
course, he called me to catch
up on things and pick my
brain on what's new here in
the states.
After spending the past
four years across the pond,
we had a lot to talk about.
I caught up with RC, as he.
likes his friends to call him,
just after he finished wiping
the kisse.., tears and eight beer
from himself. RC was more
than happp to spend a lew
minutes away from the
hoopla to relax and chat a bit.
As I sat down with him, the
grin plastered on his face was
hard to ignore. He reminded
me that he had suggested,
after the U.S. team was .
trounced four years ago, that
Paul Azinger would make a
great captain.
"Better late than never," he
said. "I told you the U.S. side
-needed some emotion and
fire. He certainly brought it.
Paul, along with the young
guys, was so exciting to
watch!"
I asked him who, beside the
captain, best signified the
emotion and fire the team
was sorely lacking.
"You have to love that Boo
Weekly fellow," he said with a
twinkle in his eye. "He isthe
down south version of Sergio
without the whining. He
played the event like a little
kid, enjoying.every moment. I
loved the'riding the pony'
thing he did on Sunday
morning. That typified how
much fun and how relaxed .
the team was."
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missedTiger Woodsorwas
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too uptight around Tiger." he
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the same team for those three
days.Your guys let their hair
down and played for the fun
of it all."
Did the victory by the U.S.
surprise you at all? I mean the
European team had some big
players, guys with a couple of
majors and near-major wins
the past few months?
"[ think being the under-
dog was great for the U.S.
lads." said RC "For once they
didn't have too much
pressure, and I truly think
they caught the Euro lads on
down week"
You mean Harrington,
Garcia andWestwood? They
certainly didn't help captain
Faldo.,
"'They played well enough;
they just ran into a few guys
who wanted to show the
world they can play great golf.
Anthony Kim is fun to watch:
That reminds me, do they sell
those belt buckles at the
Gardens Mall? I think one of
those would look spiffy on ,
my trousers.
"Ithink Faldo did fine, ie
just didn't get the parts to ,
blend together as well as
,Azinger did. You can take .
pieces from a dozen great
autos, but putting them .-
together and making it run is
quite another thing," RC said.
' Are you looking forward to
the next few years back here
inthestates? ,
"Honestly? I was tiring of
sitting over therein Europe.
At least in Palm Beach, the
women shave their legs
before putting on bikini. I
Scan also play golf without two
sweaters, a jacket and a
bonnet. I will miss the
Guinness, though."
What are your plans now
that you're back?
"My Ngoodfriend Wanna-'
maiker I- r-PGA Champi-
onship rtf6lpTand I have a
lot of catching up. We're going
to throw a hugeparty for a.ll
the big- name trophies. bYou
know that clubhouse from
the N asters can certainly put
away the hard stuff:We may
even invite the new kid,
FedEx Cup. Maybe with
enough liquor in him, he'll
explain how that silly system
works.
"I'm also going to work on
my tan and find a few cigars.
Without Darren Clarke
around, I may be on my own
in that regard."
RC, thank you so much for
Your time. Ve'll have to play
18 some day soon.
"Thank you, it was my
pleasure. And to all of your
readers, I must say thank you
for caring so deeply about our
great game and the Ryder '
Cup. Remember to keep the
spiritofthegameinyour
hearts and a pint inyour
pocket."
lames Stammer has been
an avid golferand golf
enthusiastfor30.years.He
hoststhe Tuesday Night Golf
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The Farmers Market, sponsored by Main Street Vero
Beach, returned to historic downtown last Friday morning.
Maria Kovachev, Main Street Vero director, said the mar-
ket is part of a circuit, which includes markets in Fort
Pierce on Saturday mornings and Stuart on Sundays.
Wilma Brunner, of Vero Beach, chooses her fresh produce
from one of the many vendors on hand.


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VERO BEACH -The pub-
lic is invited to a meeting of
the Pelican Island Audubon
Society entitled "Hunters of
the Wind and Hunters of the
Night," featuring live animals
on Oct. 20, starting at 7:30
p.m. at the Vero Beach Com-
munity Center, 2266 14th
Ave.
Tim Brown, director of
education for the Treasure
Coast Wildlife Hospital, will'
present a program featuring
a variety of birds of prey:
hawks, owls, vultures, fal-
cons and eagles.
'Learn about the unique
adaptations these birds have
developed for hearing, sight,
hunting and flight.
Designed to make the nat-
ural environment accessible,
do not miss this opportunity
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hunters and learn about
their lives.
The Treasure Coast
Wildlife Hospital is a private
nonprofit corporation, dedi-
cated to the preservation of
wildlife and the conservation
of natural habitats.
The Pelican Island
Audubon Society is a local
chapter of the National
Audubon Society, dedicated
to the preservation and pro-
tection of animals, plants
and natural communities in
Indian River County through
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end unit. New carpet &
appl: Pool / clubhouse.
Diane Murdock Re/Max
Riverside 772-321-8335
MERRITT ISLAND River-
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Must See! 1 Year New,
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321-795-8580; 'P! 6,.'
2399. (Can be sold furn.)
VERO BEACH Pine
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Totally renovated. Comm
pool. Reduced $60,000.
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772-388-5830

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2BA 1,250+/- sf. Built 2002. Approx 23ac lot. Taxes
prox $1803 '07).
en house: 1-4pm Sat Oct 18th and 2 hours before
suae.
OKEECHOBEE. FL 21022 266th St
3BR 2BA 1,296+/- sf mobile/mnftd home. Taxes approx
$1413 ('07).
Open house: 1-4pm Sat Oct 18th and2 hours before

VERO BEACH, FL 645 42nd Ct u
2BA 2,222+/- sf. Built 1981. Approx .42ac.lot. Taxes .
p prox $3159 ('07).
en house: 1-4pm Sat Oct 18th and 2 hours before

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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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or $725 $775
"Furnished Seasonal
Available"
1221 E.
Weatherbee Rd

Larry 772-359-0360






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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



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Wilderness Paradise.
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trees, scenic, abundant
wildlife. South of Dale
Hollow Lake. $24,900.
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00-$89,900.
247-9966 (Code 41)
LESSEE MOUN-
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, tall shade trees,
access, beautiful
ne property. Se-
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er Financing
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TERN NC MTNS
Sell/Reduced Log
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/ Stream, Level,
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BAREFOOT BAYI
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2/2 Doublewide. 1600sqft
big corner .ot. 13x20
shed, invincible ',roof,
Immaculate. A must seel
$129,900 Diane Murdock
Re/Max Riverside. Call
772-321-8335
DELAND 10+ ACRES
with 17Q0sf mfg home off
44. Bring your horses!
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fully furnished 2 screen
porches carport & shed.
$22,000/obo Priced to
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772-567-8206
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912-269-9349
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"28-24 -)' 6I (Code 1',
NORTH CAROLINA;
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NORTH FLORIDA. LAND
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PERRY FLORIDA- Love-
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50 miles east of Talla-
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patio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hot tub.
$229,000. Call (home)
386-658-3378 & (cell)
386-208-2589 (fsbo)
SMOKY MOUNTAINS
near Gatlinburg
Tennessee.
By owner: Beautiful
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views of the Smokies.
City water & close to just
about everything.
$19,900, $2985'/dn. and
$152/month. Lake access
.from $45,000.
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Bamberg County Hunt-
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.w/deer, turkey, hogs &
timber. 42acres- 85acres-
120acres- 235acres-
500acres- 730acres, on
Little Salkahatchie River.
Below market!!
Call owner:'
803-826-6033
(Brokers Protected)
TENNESSEE
Crossville Cumberland
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www.plateauprperties.com
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TENNESSEE. LAND.
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FORT PIERCE to share
clean 4-br/2-ba in Live
Oak Villas. Non smoking
mature professional.
$400/mo 772-940-4996

VERO BEACH- 2bd/2ba
condo to share, 2nd-fl, no
dogs, $350mo. plus 1/3
utilities and security
772-465-8720




WOW
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
IRP Beach Walk 1st floor
condo. 2br/2ba. Pools,
3 min walk to beach.
Available Dec. & Jan.
Fully Furn $3300/mo Cell
231-645-0939 E-mail
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JENSEN BEACH River
Club condo, fully furn 2/2.
Avail Dec 1, pool marina
2 mon min. No pets.'
$1400/mo. 772-529-5655
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'FORT PIERCE
2br/lba, ground floor,
quad-plex. New paint,
w/d hook up, onsite
parking, quiet neigh-
bors/ area., $550/mo
+sec. 409 No. 8th St.
850-656-9171


FORT PIERCE small
trailer completely furn
includes elec, cable. DSL
avail. Quiet country area,
near Walmart. $155/wk+
deposit. 772-464-2320


FORT PIERCE, High
Point, 55+, Lg 1 Br/ 1-1/2
Ba, scrn back patio, laun-
dry rm. Gated comm w/
active clubhouse, htd
pool. $600/mo. No pets
772-337-3317
FORT PIERCE- 2/1.5
completely renovated,
Centrally located, 510
Ixoria Ave. Near beach.
$750/mo. 305-772-4065
FORT PIERCE-Lrg 1,2,3,
& 4BR apts avail now.
Good area, on Virginia
Ave Starting at 525/mo.
Call Steve 561-707-9548



FT. PIERCE Lakewood
Park. 1-bdrm, 1-1/2ba.
Avail Nov. 1st. Gated,
Pool. $900/mo. includes
utilities. +$500 Security.
Background check & in-
terview Req. by Condo
Assoc. One small pet al-
lowed. 772-460-0042




FT. PIERCE Starting at
$450/mo or $120/wkly.
Full Size 1Br, 1BA. Quiet
& 'Safe Area. Gated
Comm. Colony 'Club
Mobile Home Park.
954-478-7602 or Espanol
772-341-8492
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VERO BEACH

OCTOBER FREE!!
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2BR/1 BA..................$600
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Washer Dryer....$750
1 Month
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772-778-9882
772-538-4817
N. HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Ft. Pierce, beautifully furn
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from best beach, lush land-
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wireless internet, flat
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772-321-5879


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CHEVROLET DELRAY R
1958, rebuilt from ground FORD ROADSTER 1932
up, 2 tone blue & silver, Black w black interior
straight 6 manual trans 350 Chevy auto trans.
$15,000 386-671-9907 4-wheel disc brakes.
Florida title. $35,000/obo
386-316-9515

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$2500. 954-549-6064 Ft. enclosure, color TV, AM/
Pierce FM/CD, VHF, plus more.
16' GRUMMAN boat Sleeps 6. Runs great,
1985. Center Console well maintained. Slip
SCenter Conoe available. Halifax Harbor
aluminum bottom. Marina, Daytona Beach
1995 Force 4hp Engine Priced to sell: $29,900
and 2007 Magic Tilt OBO 407-310-2678 (c)
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HUTCHINSON ISLAND -
So. Beach. Fall Special
$350 Moves you in.
Ocean front Efficiencies
& lbdrm Apt's. Incl: utilit-
ies, cable, internet, laun-
dry' room. Furn/Unfurn.
Weekly & Monthly Rates
avail. Call 772-201-0370
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Harbour Isle Fully
furnished 2-br/2-ba with
marina view, pool, tennis,
security, & gym. 2000sqftl
$1250/mo 954-558-9557
S HUTCHINSON Island
Oceanfront Furnished
Million $ view 2/2 9th fl.
Gated, pool, tennis, fit
ness, sauna, & game rm.
$1250/mo annual $2100
mo Seasonal. Lease
option. 772-321-6281




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SEBASTIAN Updated
2Br/2Ba with New appl.
in kitchen. All amenities,
(clubhouse, pool, tennis)
$850/mo. 772-538-0031
SEBASTIAN: 1BR/1BA,
Screened Lanai. A/C.
South Indian River Dr.
Convenient location,quiet
neighborhood $650/mo.
Call Tom 863-983-8064
SEBASTIAN COTTAGE
furn 1-2 bedroom, utilities,
direct TV, w/d included.
Great location by river,
short or long term, from
$225/wkly 11330 U.S.
Highway 1 772-321-3202
pinkflamingocottages.com
VERO LARGER 2BR
I1BA close to City Hall.
Central A/C. $595/mo.
Call 772-713-4363
VERO BEACH Lake In
The Woods. Beautiful 2/2
condo overlooking lake,
all appl. Florida room,
newly renovated. Avail
nov $800/mo. pool & gym
incl 856-985-8077
VERO BEACH Laguna,
3/,2. Lots of amenities,
laminate floor, w/d, scrn
back patio overlooking
lake. Club house, pool,
gated community. Near
hospital. & shopping.
$950/mo. 321-243-8561
VERO BEACH Villa Mar
55+ Furnished 2-br/2-ba.
1st floor. Florida room,
Annual lease. Comm
pool & clbhse. $700/mo
+ security 772-569-2354


VERO BEACH: Bright,
Sunny 1-brl/-ba/ car port
balcony. No Pets/smoke.
Walk'to beach, dining &
shops. $750/mo
631-664-5332

WOW
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. lbr & 2br from
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013

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FORT PIERCE: 21 Rm
Motel, Front Desk, Mgr
Office & Banquet Rm.
1921 Ave D, $955,000
Stan Jackson, Van Horn
Realty LLC772- 828-2567
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pets, modern home with
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772-621-8385
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HOMES
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3 BR/ 2BA/2CG
Fully featured in
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Easy move-in,
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321-724-0810


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,2br/2ba, detached 2car
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lot. .East side, convenient
to river and ocean. New
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Help support homeless
Veterans & Victims of
Natural Disasters! It's
Fast & Easy. Receive a 3
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Before the Tax Year
Ends. 1-800-841-6225


WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $250 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111


KAWASAKI, ENDURO
100- '99, Street Legal,
$1000obo, 772-538-0797


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New Tires, High Perform-
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WANTED JAPANESE
.Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid.' 1-800-772-1142'or
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FRESH
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'91 NAIlONAL TROPICAL.
MUST SEEI

s28,900
'08 GULFSTREAM AMERIUTE
25BW TI WAS $21,618.10
NOW
$16,900
RV RENTALS
AVAILABLE FOR
TEMPORARY
HOUSING
Trade anyhlng of value
OPEN SUNDAY







CHEVY 2000 Pick Up
X-treme, 3 dr, Irg cab, 5
on floor, great AC, 6' bed,
x-cellant cond. $6000,
may trade. 321-632-8777
FORD F-150 2002 60K
miles. Cold A/C.. Exc
cond. Silver $5,850/obo.
772-466-7860
772-370-5270


WESTERN KENTUCKY-
Hunting & Investment
properties. Trophy white-
tail & premier turkey
hunts featured on TV
shows. 50-5,000ac tracts,
80ac lake, timber, build-
ing sites, income produc-
ing 270-554-4114
Call Classified
800-823-0466


PORT ST LUCIE 2/2/1
749 SW Tulip. Tiled.
-Most pets ok. Hugh
fenced yard, backs up. to
park. $850/mo + $850
deposit 772-461-1897

BOO1
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
New Windy Pines. Avail
furnished or unfurnished
3-br/2-ba 2 cg. $900 +
sec. '786-587-0209 or
Paul at @ 772-388-6324
PORT ST LUCIE, 3/2/2
Beautiful. Tile, new kit, ss
appliances, w/d. Fenced
yard, pool, Off Gatfin, city
water, $1300/mo N pets
F/US, refs 607-278-5430



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Vero Beach
Mon Fri 9-6 Sat 10-5
Sun By Appt Only
772-978-0799
SEBASTIAN 2-BR/2-BA
1-cg on a large corner lot.
Cozy, perfect for small
family or couple. Great
access to area stores.
$800/mo 772-473-9392
or 772-562-7482
VERO BEACH 3/2/2
Sedona Palms. Lawn
Maint included. No 'pets
smoking.. F/L deposit.
References, required.
$1050/mo 772-299-3013
geleene@bellsouth.net
VERO BEACH- 4/2
fenced yard, Near High
School, available
immediately. $900/mo
772-532-0752


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and the personal
representative's attorney
are set foith below.
All creditors of the
decendent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate ,on
whom a copy, of this
notice is required to be'
-served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER.THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
'OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.'
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or.
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
is October 10, 2008.
Personal Representative:
CAROLINE MERCK
HENRY ROYSTER
231 Indian Harbor Road
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


Fort Pierce
WAREHOUSE
Great location, 2800 sqft,
w/ 4 bays on 1/2 acre.
Perfect for owner/user.
Next to Toyota of Ft
Pierce. Must sell.
$399,000 772-521-5111
CALL CLASSIFIED
and sell that boatl
800-823-0466


VERO BEACH- Beautiful
private cottage. Great
neighborhood. Ready to
Move In. $650/mo, +
F/S, Utilities incl. Move in
today. 772-299-1304
VERO BEACH: 3/2/21
pool, 1500. 4/3/2 1150.
Paula Rogers Inc
772-231-9121

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



ST. LUCIEI
White City/
Ft. Pierce area
WEATHERBEE
VILLAS
Rent or Buy to Own
2 Bedrooms $725-$775
or $104,000'
"Furnished Seasonal
Available"
1221 E.
Weatherbee Rd


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Be .:rin Fi,.r. % 9;'691
Te r. r namr., a nrd
persoroniai (pr eniative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decendent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims .with his 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
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL.CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S 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


SELL YOUR
HOUSE
FAST!!!
Sell your house "As-Is"
at a fair price, on the
date of your choice.

24-Hour Recorded Info

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SEBASTIAN 2/1/1 side
porch convenient loca-
tion $750/mo F/L. Free
month with annual lease.
772-532-9771
SEBASTIAN: 2br/2ba,
Tile. Close to schools.
Small pet ok. F&S. Sec-
tion 8 Welcome.
321-288-3938



MOBILE HOME
PARK
Ft. Pierce









772-216-5233
HH & SONS, INC.

VERO BEACH 55+
q- n_!-L. i k1.-_ .... 919


SLarry 772-359-0360 e pas Lr'. n ,
clubhse Ref's,' NIS, no
VERO BEACH- End unit pets, 4 mos 'Extra clean
Furnished for rent with $1150/mo or $650/mo
option to buy. 2/3/2 annual.772-794-9485
sleeps 6 ground floor. 24
x 40 patio-Heated pool *
tennis. 100yds to ocean. 1
For details. 603-964-3167


VERO BEACH: Pointe E B A -
West, New 3br+ opt. VERO BEACH-
Office complex 900 to
4th/3ba/1 car garage with 10k sq ft. Rents from
lake & golf course view. $12/psf. Owner will ac-
All amenities, $1075 + comodate righttenant.
security 786-587-0209 or Contact Cheri Phillips
Paul at @ 772-388-6324 772-473-0812

Vacation & -

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GATLINBURG TENN
Book for the Holi.ldyi' ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Near Dollywood Plan iOceanvraw Condo fr $99
,'.',r t.reaj, no, 2 &5 t r .r,,, or Ocear.nfor.l nouse
,:rvrel ws ir. mour.,I.r. fr 199r..iie 1 399 ,
views, hot tubs, ,la.:u. : .. :.r., ...r_] r,.i 'irC
game rooms l-. I H,... ,
T,,. n$ 113.-,,T


LEGAL NOTICE
On Mlonrj0 NtovebTter
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1.5 11il 1l pubi. : Su'laon
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Pub O,.:l.:t.erl 7 2 .I08
LEGAL NOTICE
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rPe Eold ai [ubli,: aucloi-,
tI pSa lor inrgisiorage
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One (ii 1'.99 Che, ViNl
1lGCCS 1443X81 17531
Pla.e ol fsali lo be 600
C013 Dorle HNgnway
FiCjia S T.,m.il Vero
PuO. October 17,2008
On Friday October 31,
2008 at 8:00 am the
following vehicles will be
sold at public auction for'
the towing/storage owing
against them: 1988
Chevy Silverado Vin#
1GCDC14Z6JE195307
1991 Toyota MR2 Vin#
JT2SW21 M8M0005661
Place: Fine Line .Towing
9010 16th Place, Vero
Beach, FL
Pub: October 17, 2008








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