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Vol. 6, No. 8 Your Local News and Information Source Friday, October 31, 2008


Two trash
receptacles missing

Two trash/cigarette recep-
tacles that were placed in
front of the post office bn
2050 13th Ave., Vero Beach,
as part of a nationwide proj-
ect, are now missing.
The receptacles, which
were placed by the Cigarette
Litter Prevention program of
Keep Indian River County
Beautiful, helped decrease
the amount of litter around
the post office by an esti-
mated 76 percent.
If anyone has information
about the missing recepta-
cles, contact KIRB at (772)
388-5472. Tipsters can
remain anonymous.

Candy for troops
overseas

Children can share their
Halloween 'andy with men
and women in uniform by
dropping it off at Dermody
Pediatric Dentistry and
Orthodontics at 2000 35th
Ave., Vero Beach, on Nov. 1
from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Kids will receive 50 cents
per pound of candy and can
sign a card that will be sent
to the troops.
For more information, call
(772) 562-5150.

Clams bring
community together
The Sebastian Clambake
Lagoon Festival will take
place at Riverview Park in
Sebastian Friday, Nov. 7,
from 2-9 p.m.; Saturday,
Nov. 8, from 10 a.m. to 9
p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 9,
See BRIEF, A17


Itfs that time of year. Set
your clocks back one hour
Sunday morning at 2 a.m. or
before you turn in on
Saturday night


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To our readers,

In this issue you will find
biological profiles and pho-
tographs of political candi-
dates whose names will be on
the ballot when you go to
vote.Tuesday, Nov. 4. Each
candidate (other than at the
presidential level) has been
invited to provide informa-
tion on themselves, as well as


answer a number of ques-
tions on the issues facing
each race. Due to space con-
straints in our print products,:
the questions and the candi-
dates' answers will be posted
prior to the election on our
Web site, www.hometown-
newsol.com.
Not allcandidates chose to
respond. We are listing all
candidates by name, with the


information they, provided,
in the order in which they
appear on the sample ballots.
We hope this information
helps you make an informed
choice on Election Day. We
urge readers to take advan-
tage of their right to vote in
our democratic system.
Please visit your polling place
on Nov. 4 and make your
,voice heard.


Rain didn't cool


off eager chili


connoisseurs

Thousands turn out for event


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Though showers threat-
ened throughout the after-
noon, more than 4,000
attended the 5th annual
Indian River County Fire-
fighter's Chili Cook-off on
Oct. 25.
Lights and sirens blaring
from fire engines. and
ambulances signaled the
beginning of the chili tast-
ing at Pointe West, and
with more than 30 contest-
ants, there was plenty of
chili to go around.
Cliff and Lucille Estes of
Sebastian are regulars at
the cook-off and had a
great time this year in
spite of the rainy start.
"We love it,". said Mr.
Estes. "We come every year
Sfor this. We don't want to
miss it. It's pretty fantastic
and you can see everyone
enjoying themselves,"' he
said.
The family-friendly
event included Ibounce
houses; face painting and
craft projects for the chil-
dren, plus music and live
entertainment in the
evening..'
Money raised from the
event will benefit several
local charitable organiza-
tions including the Boys


and Girls Club and Child-
care Resources.
There were eight divi-
sions in the contest:
restaurant, business, serv-
ice organization, individ-
ual, school, public safety,
people's choice and best
booth.
.Mr. Estes enjoys eating
chili and participated in
the people's choice vote
for best chili. His vote
went to first-time contest-
ants, Indian River County
Fire Rescue Station Four.
"They had a good spicy
taste," Mr. Estes said.."I've
tried their chili about 10.
times."
Just like in politics, peo-
ple took their time before
deciding, weighing the
benefits of. each chili
before casting their votes.
"The perfect chili has to
be not todo Ioit 'id' defi-
nitely not sweet,"-said Syd-
neyTurner, 10.
Michelle VanKeulen and
her 11 month-old son tast-
ed chili together. '
' "He just made a face, so I
don't think he likes this
one," said Ms.VanKeulen.
"And he eats about any-
thing," she said with a
smile.
County Commissioner
Joe Flescher Was one of
seven judges tasked with
See CHILI, A5


State Rep.,


District 80


;"Name:
Debbie

Running
Sfor: ,
Florida
House of
Represen-
tatives
district 80 i yield
Party'
affiliation: Republican
Contact information:
- (772) 299-3040; deb-
bie@debbiemayfield.c6m
Family: three sons,
Evan, Samuel and
Coleman.
Years lived in Indian
River County: 20plus
Education: high
school diploma; Eckerd
College management
courses; various lending,
and banking courses;
mortgage broker license.
Experience: member,
Indian River County
. Economic Development
See,MAYFIELD, All


SName: Neal
Abarbanell
Party
affiliation:
Democrat
Running
for Florida
House of -
Representa-" !
tives, District Abarbanell
80 ; .
Contact information: (305)
522-3572
8fldem80@yahoo.com
Family: single
years in community:
seven; 15 years practicing
physician
SEducation: BA, BS, Ph.D.
in medicine
Experience: founder arid
administrator ofAYUDA, a
not-for-profit charity that
provides medical
support/equipment to
financially disadvantaged
hospitals, clinics and
physicians in Mexico and
Central and South America;
provides scholarship each

See ABARBANELL, A2


Supreme

Court


justice

Name:
Justice
Charles T. '
Wells .
Run- .
ning for:.
state,
Supreme,
Court
Justice Wells
Contact
informa-
tion: (850) 921-1096
Personal: age 69;
married to attorney
Linda FischerWells;
three children: Charles
TalleyWells, Jr., a lawyer
in Atlanta; ShelleyWells
Collins, a doctor on the
staff of Shands Hospital
in Gainesville; and
AshleyWells Greene, a
lawyer in Jacksonville;
four grandsons and two
granddaughters; U.S.
Armyveteran.
Professional: Appoint-
See JUSTICE, A4


Public Defender,


19th Circuit

Running for: Publid Defender for St.
Lucie, Indian River, Martin and Okee-
chobee counties

Name: Don Chinquina
Age: 47
Place of birth: Miaini .
Education: bachelor's in public adminis-
tration from Barry University; JD, Nova Chinquina
Southeastern University
Occupation: attorney; executive director
of Tropical Audubon Society in Miami
Running for: Public Defender for St.
Lucie, Indian River, Martin and Okeechobee
counties

Name: Diamond R. Litty
Age: 51
Place of birth: Miami
Education: St. Anastasia and John Carroll
High School, Fort Pierce; St. Mary's College,
Notre Dame and Rollins undergraduate .
degree; Nova Law School; JD
Occupation: 28 years criminal trial experience; assistant
state attorney for six years in the 19th and 17th Judicial
Circuits, thereafter opened first "all-female" law firm in
the circuit; 1992. ran for the office of public defender;
deputy clerk in the St. Lucie County Courthpuse; high
school algebra teacher, John Carroll High School; instruc-
tor, Police Academy at IRCC


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Pumpkin pickin'


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
The Pumpkin Patch at Asbury United Methodist Church on 43rd Ave. is a sure sign
that. Halloween is just around the corner. Four-year-olds Jackson Tadrowski, left,
and Kody Flynt, students at Bright Promises Preschool, look at a couple of the hun-
dreds of brightly colored pumpkins on display on the church grounds.


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Race: State Representa-
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Name: Ralph Poppell
Age: 67
Occupation: Manufactur-


Family: Married to i_ a
Connie, four children and
eight grandchildren
City of residence: Vero Poppell
Beach
Education: Army Engineering School at
Fort Belvoir; Indian River Community
College: agriculture/soil classes


Race: State Representa-
tive, District 29
Name: Wes McCarville
Age: 29
Occupation: chairman,
Brevard Democratic Party
Family: Wife, Lynn,
daughter, Riley, 19
months.
City of residence: Viera
Education: Associate's


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Indian River County Sheriff


Name:
Deryl Loar
Running
for: Indian
River County
Sheriff
Party
affiliation:
Republican
Contact Loar
information:
(772) 528-1856 loarforsher-
iff@bellsouth.net
Family: wife, Jennifer
optometrist; two sons
Danny, 10 and Jack, 6
Years lived in Indian River
County: seven
Education: BA public
administration
Experience: bember of
the Florida Highway Patrol
for more than 18 years, 13
years in the Treasure Coast;
district commander of the
Florida Highway Patrol for
the Treasure Coast



Abarbanell
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year to a financially- disad-
vantaged graduating high
school senior
Current occupation:
physician; specialty: emer-
gencymedicine.


Name:
David T.
Snell
Running
for: Indian
River
County
Sheriff
Party
affiliation: Snell
Democrat
Contact information:
(772) 643-6194;
dtsnell@ymail.com
Family: daughter,
Rhodora Marie, age 9
Years lived in Indian
River County: 11
Experience: 2006--
present, CVS Distribution
Center, Vero Beach, DPS
group leader; 1997-2004
Indian River County
Sheriff's Office, chief pilot,
aviation unit; deputy,
1989-97, Miami Police
Department;, chief pilot of
aviation unit; internal
affairs unit; motorcycle
enforcement unit; Liberty
City patrol officer;
1980-89, Florida Highway
Patrol, state trooper, Troop
E (Florida Keys and
Miami), Troop K (Turn-
pike-Dade, Broward and
Palm Beach County);1974-
78: United States Army,
honorably discharged,
Specialist-5, medical
detachment
Education: In the
process of completing a
master's degree in public
administration at Barry
University; BS, profession-
al administration, Barry
University; Miami-Dade
Community College;
specialty training: Burn-
side-Ott Aviation, Miami,
earned commercial
single-engine, multi-
engine fixed wing,
instrument rating;-
See SNELL, A14


Name:
Tony
Consalo
Running
for: Indian
River
County
Sheriff
Party
affiliation: Consalo
None
Contact information:
(772) 562-6197
consalo4sheriff@bell-
south.net
Family: wife, Susan;
children, April 11, Antho-
ny, 9 and Autumn, 9
Years lived in Indian
River County: 34
Education: graduate,
Saint Edward's High
School; bachelor's degree,
Emory University; IRCC
Police Academy, 1994;
IRCSO, 1995-present; law
enforcement training
courses in police leader-
ship; management;
patrol, tactical and
domestic security opera-
tions;,small town and
rural training series;
Florida narcotics officers
conference; SWAT special
weapons and tactics; field
training officer program.
Experience: sergeant,
special operations
division, supervising
marine, aviation units;.
administrative sergeant,
communications center,
field officer training;
sergeant, multi criminal
enforcement unit; SWAT
team; uniformed patrol
officer.
Community involve-
ment: youth'sports
coach;, member, drug
court team. member
First Church of God;
member Saint Edward's.
Alumni Council; volun-
teer, Habitat for Humani-
ty, Special Olympics of
Florida


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Constitutional amendments on ballot
Constitutional amendments on ballot 0


The following amend-
ments will be on ballots in
the Nov. 4 election.

Amendment 1: Property
rights for illegal immi-
grants
The Amendment 1 voters
will see on their ballots this
year deals with property
rights for illegal immigrants,
not taxes.
The amendment proposes
to remove a nearly 100-year-
old provision in the state
constitution that allows the
state Legislature "to prohibit
ownership, inheritance, 'dis-
position and possession of"
real estate by "aliens ineligi-
ble for citizenship."
Legislators and experts
alike are divided on what
effect this provision has
today, with some saying it
protects the state from
investment by foreign ter-
rorists and felons, and oth-
ers saying its only serves to
remind citizens of a history
of racism.
The state Legislature over-
whelmingly voted in 2007 to
put the amendment on the
ballot.
The "alien land law" pro-
vision was placed in the
state Constitution in the
early 1900s as part of a
decades-long, nationwide
trend to prohibit Chinese
and Japanese immigrants
from owning laid.
Only one other state -
New Mexico still has an
alien land law. Voters there
will also consider repealing
it next month.
Today, immigrants are
ineligible for citizenship if
they have communicable'
diseases, have exhibited
threatening behavior or


have committed serious
crimes' such as drug traffick-
ing.
The alien land law has
never been successfully
used in the state.

Amendment 2: The
Florida Marriage Protection
Amendment
The amendment was
placed on the ballot after a
petition circulated by the
political action committee
Florida4Marriage, garnered
more. than 650,000 signa-
tures and survived a review
by the state Supreme Court.
The amendment would
place the definition of mar-
riage as "only one man and
one woman as husband and
wife" in the state Constitu-
tion. If passed, the amend-
ment would mean "no other
legal union that is treated as.
marriage or the substantial
equivalent thereof shall be
valid or recognized."
Florida statute already
prohibits same-sex mar-
riage and the state has a
"defense of marriage" law,
but some municipalities
provide same-sex couples
limited benefits through
domestic partnership
agreements. Those benefits
could be eliminated with
the passage of a constitu-
tional amendment.
Currently, 27 states pro-
hibit same-sex marriage in
their constitutions and 41
states prohibit it in statute.
The amendment could
endanger the rights of those
in domestic, partnerships,
or same-sex or different-sex
couples that live together
and share benefits, such as
health insurance, without
being married.


The state Supreme Court
would most likely decide if
those in domestic partner-
ships should be denied
'rights if the amendment
.passes.
If passed, the amendment
could be used as a defense
against domestic violence,
lowering conviction rates
because a couple involved
in a dispute are not married,
according to the documen-
tation that accompanies the
amendment on the Florida
Department of State Divi-
sion of Elections Web site,
http://election.dos.state.fl. us

The financial impact
could also include an
increased cost of litigation
and public services to tax-
payers, while creating
increased revenues from
marriage licenses from cou-
ples who might. otherwise
lose benefits, according to
the site.

*Amendment 3: For hur-
ricane-safe and energy-
efficient homes
.Amendment 3 calls for a
property tax break for
homeowners who fortify
their homes against hurri-
cane wind damage or make
their homes more energy-
efficient.
It allows the state Legisla-
ture to prohibit property
appraisers from adding the
value of storm shutters,.
wind-resistant doors or
windows, solar panels or
other renewable energy
sources to the assessed
value ol a home.
The amendment has the
support of the Florida
Chamber of Commerce and
its local affiliates.


Amendment 4: For con-
servation land
Amendment 4 provides a
property tax break begin-
ning in 2010 for the owners
of permanent conservation
land.
It requires the state Legis-
lature to provide property
tax exemptions for perma-
nent conservation lands.
Other conservation lands
would be taxed based on
their current use, rather
than potential use.
Amendment 4 is support-
ed by the Florida Wildlife
Federation, the Nature Con-
servancy, Florida Audubon
and the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission for "the protection
of our water resources and
wildlife habitats" and the
Florida panther, black bear
and the Everglades, accord-
ing to ajoint press release.

SAmendment 6: For
working waterfronts
Amendment 6 offers a
property tax break for own-
ers of land used for com-
mercial fishing, public boat
launches, marinas and drys-
tacks and marine manufac-
turing and repair facilities.
It changes how working
waterfronts, including land
used by public marinas and
boat manufacturers, are
assessed for taxes. If passed,
instead of paying taxes
based on potential or best
use, these businesses will
pay taxes based on current
use.

Volusia County reporter
Bethany Chambers compiled
this information.


Commission District 1

Name: Wesley Davis
Running for: Indian River County Com-
mission, District 1
Party: Republican
Contact information: wesley@davisfor-
commission.com
See DISTRICT 1, A14


Commission District 5 AKE

Name: Bob Solari
Running for: Indian River County Com-. u
missioner, District 5 *
Party affiliation: Republican a
SContact information: (772)231-0412;
bob@bobsolari.us
See DISTRICT 5, A14 i


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State Rep.

District

15
The following names are
on the ballot for the Con-
gressional District 15 race.
None of these candidates
responded to our requests
for a biography and photo.
Bill Posey, Stephen Blythe,
Frank Zilaitis, Trevor Low-
ing


Supervisor of elections


Name: Kay Clem
Race: Indian River County,
supervisor of elections
Party: Republican
Contact information: (772)
778-8257;
kayclemvb@aol.com
Family: husband, Chester,
attorney; twin daughters,
Mary Kate and Liz.
Education: attended
Florida State University and
Tallahassee Community
College; Chattahoochee High
School, 1971
Experience: supervisor of


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Justice
From page Al
ed justice of the Supreme
Court on June 16,1994, by
Gov. Lawton Chiles; chief
justice from June 2000-02;
private practice, Wells, Gattis,
Hallowes and Carpenter,
Orlando; Maguire, Voorhis
andWells 1970-76 and 1964-
69; one year a trail attorney
with the U.S. Department of
Justice;
Education: bachelor's
degree from the University of '
Florida, 1961; juris doctor
degree from the University of


Florida, 1964. He is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa,
Florida Blue Key and the
University of Florida Hall of
Fame.
Accomplishments:
certified mediator of the
Florida Circuit Court and U.
S. District Court; admitted to
practice law by all Florida
courts, in addition to U. S.
District Court, Middle
District of Florida; United
States Court of Appeals, 5th
Circuit (now 11th Circuit); U.
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District of Florida; U. S.
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Orange County Bar
Association president 1989-
90; Orange County Legal Aid
Society, 1968 -94, board of
trustees 1988-89; guardian
ad litem program, 1985-94,
award of excellence in 1989;
board of governors of the
Florida Bar; presided over
the 2000 presidential
election cases; board of
directors of the Conference
of Chief Justices; Federal
Judicial Conference standing
committee on rules of
practice and procedure,
2000-06.
See JUSTICE, A13


Hawk Levy


Colman Stewart


THE PBLC CORD
THE PUBLIC RECORD


SPEAKS LOUD


& CLEAR.


Learn the facts at www.ColmanStewartPubllcRecordscom
* Bankrupt & Falsified Candidate Questionnaire
SWhen questioned by TCPalm "Have you ever filed for bankruptcy?"
He answered "no". This.was false. Filed for bankruptcy January 27,
1995irn New Jersey, Casenumber 95-20709.
* Misrepresentation of Assets on Candidate
Financial Disclosure
Listed residence at 2410 7hCourt, SW as sbset on financial disclosure
form. Title in the name of another, who claims the property for
homestead exemption purposes.
*7 Foreclosures (6 NJ, 1 FLA) Totaling $489,476
Following Mortgages have been foreclosed in New Jersey under the
name Calman B. Stewart a.k.a. Colman B. Stewart: 1978 Docket No.
F-21882-90,1991 Docket No. F-14546-91,1993 Docket No, F-15758-93,
:1994 Docket No. F-1536-94 and 1995 Docket No. F46528-95.
Colman B. Stewart, a.k.a, Calman B. Stewart owned property at 741
241 Street, Vero Beach, Fl. Foreclosed with judgment dated
June 9,2008.

* Utility I Judgment Liens
Indian River County utility lien recorded May 3,'2006. Utility lien filed
March 24, 2008, remains unpaid.
What is his Name?
Public records show that Calman B. Stewart as exclusive name in
New Jersey. In Florida he uses Colman B. Stewart on voter records
and to run for office but uses Calman B.. Stewart for real estate license.


Kay Clem



HONEST






DEDICATION


* 12 Years as Indian River County Supervisor of Elections
* 26 Successful elections I
* 36 years of experience working with state and national election laws
* Past President Florida Association of Supervisor of Elections
* One of only 375 Election'Administrators to receive CERA Certification
(out of 21,000)
* Reduced 2008 2009 budget by 15%, fiscally responsible.
* Brought Early Voting to Indian River
* Created Voter Outreach program for school children and voting in
Assisted Living centers


SPaid Political Advertisement pad for and approved by Kay Clem, Republican, for Supervisor of Elections


* 2008 Awarded "Book of Golden Deeds" br the Vero Beach Exchange Club
* 2005 Awarded "Outstanding Service Award" by the Sustainable
Treasure Coast
* Recipient of 4 National Leadership Awards
* Initiated the purchase of Dodgertown Golf Course, Lost Tree Marina &
Lost Tree Islands
* Supported the Enterprise Zone


Pearls
Kokichi Mikimoto, who not only
invented a way of farming
pearls but, most importantly,
persuaded the world market to
accept them. He is a character
'who, of he had not really lived,
could easily have been invented
by a Hollywood scriptwriter. He
was the perfect slightly flawed
protagonist-a poor boy made
good; a stubborn man who
ignored everyone who told him
his dream was impossible.
Mikimoto was born in 1858, the
year Japan opened itself to for-
eign trade for the first time since
1639. That same year Mikimoto
started to work!. His: father,had
fallen sick, leaving him, as the
eldest son, to help his mother
make noodles. As a teenager,
Mikimoto began to sell vegeta-
bles with his noodles. One day
in 1875 the U.S. navalworship
SILVER called in at Toba.
Mikimoto sold his vegetables
and noodles in an exclusive
contract to the warship and with
the large profits he made the
11-day journey on foot to Tokyo
that changed his life and the
history of pearls. At the port of
,Yokahama he saw Chinese
merchants buying products for
prices that astonished him. But
what most impressed him was
the huge markup on the pearls
from the Akoya oysters that
thrived in the seas around Toba.
After Mikimoto returned home
from Tokyo, he started to sell
the little "seed" pearls that came
from his area. Within ten years
he was one of the provinces
biggest traders. But supplies
were drying up: too many peo-
ple were fishing for pearls; and
the oyster beds were no longer
self-perpetuating. Was there a
,way to encourage them?
To be continued
Hawk Levy has been in the
trade since 1979, he currently
owns St. Lucie Jewelry at
9168 South US 1 in Port St. Lucie;
and can be mailed dt
Hawk@St.LucieJewelry
or called at.772-337-4700


VOTE for TOM






Vero Beach City Council


Voted to keep the City Millage Rate one of the lowest in Florida (1.93) Political advertisement paid for and
Approved by Tom White for Vero Beach
Voted to protect the Sewer Plant from Polluting the Indian River Lagoon City Council. Non-partisan
Supported Sexton Plaza, Humiston & Pocahontas Park Renovations.
Led Proposal to form the Beautification.Committee
Supports low density, intensity and heights

* Endorsed by: Realtors Association, Teamsters & The Police Benevolent Association *


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elections
since 1996;
county
planning
and zoning
board 1991-
92; executive
director,
Republican
Party; chief
deputy clerk
of the court,
Seminole
County


Kay Clem


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Police report


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
SLauren Alden Song, 59,
2326 Bonita Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with battery on a
law enforcement officer,
depriving an officer of means
of protection or communica-
tion, resisting a law enforce-
ment officer with violence'
and a misdemeanor charge of
breach of the peace/ disor-
derly conduct.
JohnY. Song, 66,3660 20th
St., Vero Beach, was charged
with battery on a law enforce-
ment officer.
Damasio Akeem Wright,
18, 1955 15th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with pos-
session of cocaine, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance, a alprazolam,
possession of imitation con-
trolled substance with intent
to sell and misdemeanor
charges of possession of
cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Trevarus Levan Jackson,
18, 1955 15th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with two
counts of sale of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a school,
two counts of possession of
S.cocaine, sale in lieu of a con-
trolled substance and a mis-
demeanor charge of resisting
arrest without violence.
Andravione Ruemon Sim-
mons, 20,. 2330 10th Road,
S.W. No. 218, Fort Pierce, was
charged with violation of pro-
bation. He was on violation of
probation for" aggravated
assault with deadlyweapon.
Camden Presley Hatcher,
24, 1808 41st Ave., Apt. F Vero
Beach, was charged as a fugi-
tive from justice.
Calondra Inez Pace, 38,
1955 15th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
of cocaine and a misde-
meanor charge of possession
of drugparaphernalia.
Barney Blackshear Jarvis,


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18, 891 Oyster Shell Lane,
Vero Beach, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance and misdemeanor
charges of possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Serena L. Arrington, 27,
482 Delmonte Road, Sebast-
ian, was charged with viola-
tion of probation, aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon
and leaving the scene of a
crash with personal injury.
David Lee Kistler, 23, 223
37 Drive S.W., Vero Beach,
was charged with uttering
forged instruments, forgery
and grand theft.

Indian River County
Sheriffs Office
Lamar Anthony Grey, 42,
1705 N. 13th St., Fort Pierce,
was charged with fraudulent
use of a credit card.
Jessica Lee McPeek, 20,
1001 Enders Nursery Road,.
Fort Pierce, was charged with.
possession of alprazolam and
possession of oxycodone.
Tiki Taujuan Cobbs, 27,
4349 30th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with tampering
with a victim and a misde-
meanor charge of battery
domestic violence.
*Robert Dozier, 47, 557
'Michael St., Sebastian, was
charged with possession of
cocaine and tampering with
evidence.
Calvin ethel, 22, 4746
33rd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with perjuryin a cap-,
ital proceeding.


Kenneth Wayne Setzer, 39,
3116 N. Church St., Greens-
boro, N.C., was charged with
contempt of court and failure
to pay support.
Tammy Gilley, 35, 574
Benadictine Terrace, Sebast-
ian, was charged with burgla-
ry and a misdemeanor charge
of battery domestic violence.
Darmell Touquan
Williams, 28, 12915 100 Lane,
Fellsmere, was charged with
aggravated battery domestic
violence and robbery domes-
tic violence.
Eric Raymond Thomp-
son, 34, 213 S.W Newport
Isle, Port St. Lucie, was
charged with violation of pro-
bation and grand theft motor
vehicle.
Douglas Alien Hatley, 59,
2215 Olney Road, Lakeland,
was charged with first-degree
grand theft.
Nala John Sorgie, 33, 805
35th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with :failure to
appear in court on charges of
treatment status possession
of heroin.
Deanna Jo White, 28, 45
44th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with uttering..a
forged bill check or draft and
third degree grand theft.
Ali Reza Emami, 27, 803
Crawford Ave., S.E., Palm Bay,
was charged with carrying a
concealed firearm.
Lisa Sue Brown, 27, 6600
N. U.S. 1, Winter Beach, was
charged with a felony traffic
charge of fleeing or eluding a
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Chili
From page A1
choosing the cook-off
winners.
"There were so many
samples of chili and no
two were alike," said Mr.
Flescher.
"Some were without
beans, some were sweet,
some were made with
seafood, some with
chicken ... and they were
all good," he said.
Each participant made
between 10 to 20 pounds
of chili, and many started
cooking in the early hours
of Saturday.
"This goes just goes to
show it's not all about
heat, as in spicy. Tradi-
tional chili may be known
for heat, but here there's a
lot of versatility," Mr.
Flescher said.
In order to neutralize
the taste of each chili
between samples, the
judges munched on
grapes, cheese and water.
Vero Under Pressure
competed in the business
category for the first time.
Chili cook Mel Everett
said the recipe he used
had beenin his family for
more than 35 years.
"This is just a really
great cause to participate
in," Mr. Everett said.
"I was a paramedic for
four year in Indian River
County and I know these
guys are .great people.
Anything I can do to sup-
port them, I will do it.
And here I get to make
some great chili and have
some fun," said Mr.
Everett.
Event organizer Lt.
Dave Dangerfield said the
'chili cook-off was a natu-
ral idea because of the
relationship between
firefighters and chili.
"Firefighters have
always been known for
their firehouse chili," said
Mr. Dangerfield.
"It's a great event and
peoplelove it. Every year
I say I'm not gonna' do it
again, but I always do," he


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Brandon Loudermilk, left, and Andy Watson, both mem-
bers of the Vero Beach Volunteer Fire Department, mix
up a storm at the 3rd Annual Indian River County Fire-
fighters Chili Cook-off last Saturday at Pointe West.


said.
Winners are listed
below:
Restaurant division
1st Waldo's
2nd The Club at Pointe
West
3rd Riverside Cafe
Business division
1st Vero Under Pressure
2nd Minute Man Press
3rd Isles of Vero
Service organization
division
1st American Cancer
Society
2nd Child Care
Resources
3rd Vero Vixen's Roller
Girls


Individual division
1st Lora Carch
2nd Ron Gehrke
3rd Heidi Hill
Public safety division
1st Indian RiVer Shores
Fire Rescue
2nd Vero Beach Volun-
teer Firefighters
3rd Indian River County
Fire Rescue Station Four
Schools.
1stl Saint Edward's
School
2nd Glendale Elemen-
tary
3rd Dodgertown. Ele-
mentary
SBest booth
Heidi Hill,The Tiki Hut


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Stop for buses

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't it a law to stop when
a school bus is flashing its lights and slowing down to
stop?
Don't drivers realize that means a child is near and
about to walk to get on that bus? That child could be
coming in any direction. Drivers, be aware. There have
been too many tragedies already because cars/trucks do
not stop.
I take my granddaughter to her bus stop at 7 a.m. I
have had to jump from my car and stand in the middle of
the street waving my arms as my granddaughter crossed
the street to board her school bus. Only then do they
start slowing down.
Wake up, drivers, before you get behind the wheel in
the morning. It's the law: stop.

What about homeless shelters?

I totally agree with the letter about helping the wildlife
center in Palm City, but it seems to me, we have more
shelters for our animals than we do for the homeless
people, some of whom have just lost their houses in this
economic crises and are camping in a tent in the woods
around Palm City and Stuart.
We need temporary shelters for these people!
Where do they go in a thunderstorm and downpour?
Many are trying to get jobs and feed their families.
One group that is trying to help them is Love and Hope
in Action.'They feed the needy every day in a park off
East Salerno Road in Stuart. They need volunteers. Find
out more by calling (772) 631-2774.

Avoid a mistake

My choice is McCain, because I honestly believe he is
the only one to whom we can safely entrust the future of
the United States.
Obama, in my opinion, simply does not qualify for the
job; I consider him to be nothing more than a velvet-
tongued, radical liberal, whose patriotism toward the
United States is extremely questionable. He has too-
many shadows lurking in his background that frighten
me.
Barack's been given every break a candidate could pos-
sibly wish for; the media love him and openly rework any
ridiculous statement he makes to make him look and
sound knowledgeable. The media, of course is sick, as
are the Hollywood and TV stars who adorn him with gobs
of money.
Basically, the media is discriminating badly in the way
they're handing this presidential race. When anybody
questions Barack, or even looks at him cross-eyed, the,
media immediately screams "racial discrimination."
Thank goodness we still have people such as (Rush)
Limbaugh, (Bill) O'Reilly and (Sean) Hannity to dissect
the never ending lies and false accusations McCain and
Palin face daily.
I find it extremely hard to believe that a man running
for the presidency of the United States voted against
funding for America's troops in Iraq.
Stubbornly refuses to wear an American flag lapel pin
on his jacket.
Has a personal relationship with one of this country's
worst terrorists, Bill Ayers.
Sat as a member of Jeremiah Wright's church for 20
years, where he was continuously exposed to Wright's
hatred for the United States and white people.
Contributed $800,000 to Acorn, a radical organization
here in the states, which is currently under federal inves-
tigation.
Has voted 94 times to increase taxes.
Barack doesn't want to be our president; he wants to be
the ruler of this country.
People have to be in la-la land to vote for a man with
this type of baggage. Don't do it. Vote Mc Cain/Palin.

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Holiday treats don't have to destry diet


Once' again, the
holidays are almost
upon us, and the
holidays and food were
made for each other.
Halloween candy seems
to kick off the season, and
many of our memories for
Thanksgiving through the
NewYear center on favorite
Dishes, wonderful aromas
and family get-togethers.
Even the workplace can be
a dessert "minefield."
All that good eating can
wreak havoc with your diet
and nutrition, but there are
several things you can do
to enjoy the holidays and
have good food without a
bad case of the guilts
afterward.
For Tara Gidus, team
dietitian for the Orlando
Magic and national
spokeswoman for the
American Dietetic Associa-
tion, the important thing is
to have a plan, both for the
season, and for handling
specific situations.
While it may not be a
good time to start a diet or
diet rigorously, showing
some discipline without
completely depriving
yourself is good encour-
agement for starting the
NewYear on a positive .
note, especially iflosing
weight is on your to do list.
Working in.an office can
be rough on your diet.
SEveryone seems to bake


and bring in goodies. A
good idea is to decide in
advance what you're going
to do and stick with the
plan.
"Choose carefully," Ms.
Gidus says. "Don't just have
one of everything that
comes in. If you know there'
will be treats, eat a small
breakfast and have a small
treat. Portion control is
always key. Take one piece
and sit down and eat it,
instead of standing around
and continually snacking.
"Take very small bites to
make it last longer, or only
have a few bites and
quietly dispose of it. If you
don't want to say no, you
still don't have to eat it all."
SGifts of food can be a
problem, but you needn't
keep tempting food in the
house. If you're the host or
hostess, send people home
with lots of doggy bags.
Spread the calories around.
Parties can be another
pitfall. The two important
rules, Ms. Gidus says, are
never go to a party hungry
and always have a plan.
*"Don't go to parties
starving," she says. "Eat


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ne question I am
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S"Where can some-
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.Sometimes people
remember a particular
subject matter I covered a
while ago, or maybe they
missed an issue.
Often I will get these
requests from people
asking me to e-mail them
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In just about every case,
I find the people asking
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Hometown News has aWeb
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Let's take a look.
Fire up yourWeb
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If you enjoy the print
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protein snacks, such as
cottage cheese or low-fat
cheese, chicken, turkey,
milk or yogurt, before you
go. Protein is filling and
may help you from
overeating onde you get
there.
"Look at all the food
before you start to load
your plate," she said. "You
don't want to have a full
plate and realize-that your
favorite food is at the end
of the line. Try to fill half
your plate with vegetables,
either raw, cooked or in a
salad. Take small portions
of the rest of the food: ) y, : s
"When it comes time for
dessert, look again at all of
the offerings. Share a piece
with a friend; it will
decrease portion size for
both of you. -
"Try to stick to vegetable
hors d'oeuvres, shrimp
cocktail, pretzels and nuts,,
and avoid or limit fried
foods and mayonnaise-
and sour cream-based
dishes."
If you're going to have
alcohol, Ms. Gidus advises
that you choose light beer
or wine spritzers. A sugary
drink or eggnog with
brandy can add 400 to 500
calories. Choose a diet soft
drink or seltzer with a
twist of lemon or lime or
tomato juice without the
alcohol.
just because it's holiday


time is no reason to stop
exercising. Not only will
you burn calories, you'll
lessen the stress that
holidays often bring and
the overeating that stress
often brings. You'll also
feel a little more in control
of things when you stick to
a routine,
If you're unusually
pressed for time, as we
often are during the
holidays, break up your
exercising into smaller 10
minute segments, and add
walking by parking far
from the store and using
stairs instead~2 f eTgvtors...
"Move more," Ms. Gidus
suggests. "Try to start a
new tradition of going for
walks or playing active
games with the family. Do
an extra 15 minutes of
exercise to make up for the
extra calories."
Finally, remember that
the holidays are about
family and friends, not
food Focus on the social-
izing.ard not the eaang.
Be kind to yourself, too.
Don't beat yourself up if
you over-indulge; just try
to get back on track.

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


News Web site

'Of course, a link to my main page'as en more
column is listed as "com- features: date an time,
puter/technology." subscription information,
y There are many more a mailing list and a
* links than I've listed. If you calendar.
have a favorite columnist And, of course, I need to
and miss an article, you mention the recent
can find it here. Also,' addition of videos to the
sometimes a columnist's site. You can see videos of
submission for the week Steve, Tammy and the
may get published in one Spirit Guide, too!
edition but not another; .. Ifyou haven't, already, I
here's a way to keep up to invite you to take a few
date. moments to visit Home-
One of the great features town News online at
of this Web site is the www.MyHomeTown-
column archives. Let's say Newrs.netand have a good
you are looking for a past look around. The Web
issue of one of my masterwho run's the site
columns. Click the "com- has, in my opinion, done
puter/technology" link an awesome job of tying
and this will bring you to together all the editionsof
my most recent column. Hometown News into one
Underneath the column comprehensive site that is
title, click "archives" and easy to navigate and has
you will have access to something for everyone.
everything I've written My congratulations to'
dating to January 2004. him (or her or them).
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Looking for one of together.


Arlene Borg's recipes?
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under Arlene's name and
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computers. He can be
reached at'(772) 408-0680
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Name: Judge Mark E.
Polen
Running for: 4th
District Court of Apped
Contact information:
pollardm@flcourt.(rg
Education: bachebr of
business administration,
University of Iowa, 966; Polen
juris doctorate, Unirersity
of Miami School o'aw,
1969; National Judcial College,
University of Nevida, Reno, 1981, 1983
and 1988; Institue of JudicialAdminis-
tration'sAppellae Judges Seminar,
NewYork Univesity School of Law,
1991; AmericanBar Association
Appellate Judge Seminar, Nevada,
1993.
Professional chief judge, 4th District
Court ofAppel, July 1, 2001-June 30,
2003; judge, 4h District Court of
Appeal, 1989present; 17th judicial
circuit courtudge, 1979-88; adminis-
trative judge juvenile division, 1980-
81; civil division, 1981-86; criminal
division, 19S6-88; industrial claims
See POLEI,A13


Name: W. Matthew
Stevenson
Running for: 4th
District Court of Appeal
Education: Florida
State University, BA,
criminology, 1975;
Florida State University
College of Law, JD, 1978.
Professional: chief Stevenson
judge, 4th District Court
ofAppeal, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007;
judge,4thDistrict Court of Appeal,
1994-present; circuit judge 15th
Judicial Circuit, 1990-94; private
practice, mediator, Mediation Inc. of
Fort Lauderdale, 1987-90; Chap. 120
administrative hearing officer,
Florida Division' of Administrative
Hearings, 1985-87; Commissioned
Officer, Judge Advocate General's
Corps., U. S. Navy, 1981-85; law clerk
for the Honorable Joseph W. Hatchett
while serving on both the Florida
Supreme Court and the United States
Court of Appeals for the 5th (now the
llth) Circuit, 1979-80; assistant
See STEVENSON, Al 6


Circuit Judge, Grup 4


Name:
Dwighz Geiger
Runningfor:
19th Circuit
Judge, Group 4
Party
affiliation:
none
Experience:
private practice
1970-73;
Martin County idge 1973-
76; circuit judgI, 19th
Judicial Circui(1976- 2005
senior judge, Ilorida 2005-
present
Education Stetson
University, IS; University of
Florida Colbge of Law, JD;
colonel, Uiited States Army,
active andreserve duty,
retiredveeran ofVietnam,
Desert Strm
Community/civic activi-
ties:
St. Miry's Episcopal
Church; Alcohol'& Sub-
stanceAbuse Council of the
See GIGER, A 'O:1 .
S' ,. ii'il l


Name: Fran
Ross
Running for;
19th Circuit"
Judge, Group 4'
Personal:
Treasure Coast
native
Education:
attended
Gifford High
School; graduate ofVero
Beach High School; liidian
River Community College;
Florida Atlantic University;
Southern University School
of Law
Experience: radio dis-
patcher, Indian River
County Sheriff's Depart-
ment; correction officer,
Florida Department of
Corrections, achieved rank
of sergeant; alternative
educative teacher, Indian
River County School
District; assistant public
Defender, eight years; 19th
See ROSS, All


Name: Judge Martha C.
Warner
Running for: 4th District
Court of Appeal judge
Education: Rhe Colorado
College, Colorado Springs,
Colorado, BA, magha cum
laude, 1971; University of
Chicago Law School, 1971-
72; University of Florida Warner
School of Law, JD with high
honors, 1974; University ofVirginia,
master of laws in the judicial process,
LLM received May 1995.
Professional: chief judge, 4th District
Court of Appeal, July 1, 1999-June.30,
2001; judge, 4th District Court of
Appeal, 1989-present; circuit court
judge, 19th Judicial Circuit, 1986-88;.
private practice, 1974-85.
Judicial and bar activities: State: chair,
Supreme Court Committee on District
Court of Appeal performaihc and
accountability, 1998-present; member,
Supreme Court electronic filing com-
mittee, 2003-present; co-chair, Florida
Court Education Council, 2002-06;
See WARNER, A16


IRC School Board


Name:
Charlie
Wilson
,Running
for: Indian
River County
School
Board,
DistrictFour Wil
Contact lson
information:
(772) 321-3297; mediaarts-
group@comcast.net
Family: children, Julia,
18, Christopher, 21,
Weston, 24, all attended
Indian River County
schools
Years lived in Indian
River County: 15; Treasure
Coast native
SEducation: BA, double
major, communications
arid government, Florida
State University; accepted
to graduate school at
Florida State University,
Schoolof.Communication
See WILSON, A14


Name:
Claudia
Jimenez. Photo
Runningfor: not
Indian River
CountySchool available
BoardDistrict
Four
Party
affiliation: non- Jimenez
partisan race
Contactinformation: (772)
231-5799
' Family: husband, Steve
LaPointe, U.S. Department of
Agriculture research scientist;
two daughters,'Lauren and
Gabi LaPointe, attending
Vero Beach High School
Years lived in Indian River.
County: nine
Education: BAin biology
and Spanish literature, 1987;:
BAin education, 1990; have
taken classes at Florida
Atlantic University ,
Experience: 2001-present:
director of religious educa-
See JIMENEZ, Al 4


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Friday, October 31, 2008 www.HometownNewsOL.com Vero Beach A9


Vero Beach City Council


Name: Sabe
Abell
Running for:
Vero Beach ,
City Council
Party
affiliation: Abell
non-partisan
race

Contact information:
(772) 231-2258; sabin-
abell@comcast.net;
www.sabeabell.com
Education: graduated
from Philips Exeter Acade-
my; Dartmouth College.
Experience: retail,
regional and national
sporting goods and winter
sports business and sales;
sales marketing


Name:
Thomas P.
White
Running for: .
Vero Beach
City Council

Contact White
information: Whi
(772) 778-
2745; cell: (772) 559-5921;
verobchtom@aol.com
Family: wife, Jeanette,
two daughters, four
grandchildren
Years lived in Indihn
River County: 35 inVero
Beach

Education: attended:
Indian River College,

See COUNCIL, Al


IRC Hospital


district seat 7


4' Name:
'iThomas '
Spackman ,
SRunning for:
Indian River
County
Hospital
District, Seat 7


Spackman


Party affiliation: non-
partisan race
Contact information:
(772) 589-2409; tspack-
man@bellsouth.net
Family: wife, three
children with spouses, 10
grandchildren
. Years lived m~ Indian River
County: 10
Education: BA DePauw


University; MD, Case
Western Reserve; business
studies, London School of
Economics
Experience: clinical
practice, pediatric radiolo-
gy, Yale New Haven Hospi-
tal, Children's Hospital of
Philadelphia; chairman,
department of radiology
University of Connecticut;'
president Elscint Inc
(manufacturing and sales of
CT, MRI and other high tech
imaging equipment); six
years on team of physician
consultants doing turn-
arounds for clinically and'
financially distressed.
hospital throughout the
country; retired 2007;:
Community involvement:
board member, ELC;
See HOSPITAL, Al 0


Mosquito Control


District, seat 1


Name: Ken
Gioeli i.

Running
for: Indian
River Mosqui-
to control
District; Seat


Gioeli


Contact
information: (772) 480-
0242;
kgioeli@bellsouth.net

Years lived in the
community: Moved to
Treasure Coast in 1984; in
See FOSTER, A10


Name: Kelly
K.Wadsworth U".. :,. '


Running
for: Indian
River County
Mosquito
Control Dis-
trict, Seat 1


Wadsworth


Party affili-
ation: non-partisan race
Contact information:
(772) '643-5558, kel-
lyk5218@yahoo.com
Family: wife, Jane; chil-
dren, Cameron, Logan,
See WADSWORTH, Al 3


Sebastian Inlet


Tax District


Name: Beth L. Mitchell
Running for: Sebastian
Inlet Tax District 2
Contact information:
(772) 589-5969;
bmitchell@sebastiancham-
ber.com
Family: One son, three
grandchildren'
Years lived in Sebastian
Inlet area: 12
Education: currently
enrolled Indian River State
College, working on a
business administration
degree
Community involve-
ment: Sebastian Inlet
District Commission,
chairwoman, 2004-08;
Sebastian River Medical
Center, board of trustees,
2005-present; IRC Beaches
and Shore Committee,
multiple terms, IRC
Growth Task Force, 2004;
IRC Public Library Advisory
Board 2000-04; IRC
'Housing Authority com-
missioner, 2000-03,.
appointed by Gov. Bush,
IRC Impact Fee Task Force,
2007; Fellsmere Frog Leg
Festival, president, 1994-
2004; Pelican Island
Centennial Celebration,
co-chairwoman, 2003;
Boys & Girls Club' Sebast-
ian Advisory Board;
Sebastian Community
Redevelopment Advisory.
Committee, 2003-05;
Castle Exchange, Fort
Pierce, board member,
1998-2000' Exchange Club
of Sebastian, 1996-2000,
president-elect (2000)
Current occupation:
Executive director, Sebast-
ian River Area Chamber of
Commerce, nine years
Name: Jenny Lawton
Seal
Running for: Sebastian
Inlet Tax District 1
Contact information:
(321) 302-2137;
zzlatonj@earthlink.net
Family: husband, Jason'
Years lived in Sebastian
Inlet area: 27 '" 1
Education: bachelor of
science, business adminis-
tration, University of
Central Florida;
Experience: registered
paralegal, Florida Bar;
certified paralegal, Nation-
al Association of Legal
;Assistance; notary public;
commissioner, Sebastian
Inlet District from 2004 to
pres
Name: Donnie "DJ
Jenkins
Running for: Sebastian


Inlet Tax District 2
Party affiliation: non-
partisan race
Contact information:
(321) 271-6213; dwjenk-
ins2008@fit.edu;


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November 1,2008
10 a.m. -12 p.m.
485 27th Ave. SW
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November 7,2008
10a.m.-12p.m.
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November 7,2008
1 p.m. 4 p.m.
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SH 1600 21st Street
Historic Sebastian City Hall /


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1235 Main Street
: Kay Clem

Supervisor of Elections, Indian River County
S4375 43rd Avenue, Unit #101, Vero Beach, FL 32967 (772) 226-3440
www.voteindianriver.com






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Geiger
From page A7
Treasure Coast; master
justice Major B Harding
Inns of Court; Florida
Counsel on Crime and
Delinquency; Reserve
Officer's Association of the
United States; Big Broth-
ers/Big Sister of Martin
County; American Legion
Military awards: Nation-
al Defense Service Award:
Vietnam; National Defense
Service Award: Desert
Storm; Legion of Merit


Indian River Soil,

Water Conservation


Name: Peter LaFerrara
Running for: Indian River
.Soil and Water Conservation
District, Seat Four
Contact information:
(772) 778-7385 peterlafer-
rara@gmail.com
* Family: Single


Years lived in
Indian River
County: two
.Education:
BS in econom-
ics


I aFprr


Current
occupation:
computer repair person


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pt building and grounds
Hospital committee.
From page A9 Ardra K. Rigby and
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Foster
From page A9
Vero Beach since 1999.
Education: master's
degree, agricultural
education and communi-
cations; specialization:
tropical biodiversity and
ecosystems management
University of Florida;
graduate certificate:
environmental education


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University of Florida;
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,organization for tropical
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BS secondary science
Education, specializing in
biology, University of
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studies Indian River State
College
Experience: University
of Florida extension agent,
1993 present, specializa-
'tion, natural resource
management;
SCommunity involve-
ment: master gardener
trainer; founding member,
Treasure Coast Coopera-
tive Invasive Species
Management Area;
University of Florida East
Central Florida master
naturalist facilitator;
Florida Exotic Pest Plant
Council trainer: board
chairman Chase Meadows
Property Owners Associa-
tion; member, Florida
State Hortidulture Society;
Florida Cattlemen's
Association; member, Verb
Beach Museum of Art;
founding member/past
president andawards
- .committeehoirman,
Florida Association of
Natural Resource Exten-
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Inlet
From page A9
www.djjenkins.info
Years lived in Sebastian
Inlet area: less than one; I
have lived in Brevard County
for four years
Education: student, Florida
Institute ofTechnology.
budgeting, management
experience.
Experience: member, Sea
Turtle Preservation Society;
Manatee Response Team;
student government


association, Florida Tech.

Name: Jonathan "JB"
Bredemeyer
Running for: Sebastian
Inlet Tax District 1
Party affiliation: non-
partisan race
Contact information:
(772) 359-8331;
jonathanbredemeyer@gmai
1.com
Family: wife, Amy
Years lived in Sebastian
Inlet area: approximately 10
Education: bachelor's
degree, computer and


electrical engineering,
Florida Tech; pursuing
master's degree, software
engineering, Florida Tech
Experience: volunteer
educator, Fort Pierce
Manatee Center; researcher,
Harbor Branch

Name: Jonathan "JB"
Bredemeyer
Running for: Sebastian
Inlet Tax District 1
Party affiliation: non-
partisan race
Contact information:
S(772) 359-8331;


jonathanbredemeyer@gmai
1.com
Family: wife, Amy
Years lived in Sebastian
Inlet area: approximately 10
Education: bachelor's
degree, computer and
electrical engineering,
Florida Tech; pursuing
master's degree, software
engineering, Florida Tech
Experience: volunteer
educator, Fort Pierce
Manatee Center; researcher,
Harbor Branch ent; secre-
tary/treasurer SID 2005-07;
chairwoman


Ross
From page A7
Judicial Circuit, (last five
years served as supervising
attorney)
Accomplishments: Indian
River Memorial Hospital,
board of trustees; special


magistrate for the city of
Fort Pierce since May 2006;
member, Florida Bar; the
Florida Association of
Criminal Defense Attor-
neys; St. Lucie County
Chapter of the Florida
Association of Criminal
Defense Attorneys


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From page A9
studied criminal justice;
Barry University, studied
public administration;
attended University of
North FloridaValencia
Community College;
Rutgers University; Univer-
sity of Florida
Experience: 10 years,
Vero Beach City Council,


Mayfield
From page Al
Council; previously served
onVero Beach finance
committee; vice president
of finance, Junior League of
Indian River County; funds
distribution chairwoman,
United Way of Indian River


mayor, five years, vice
mayor, four years; retired.
law enforcement officer;
owner of TeeJay's awards,
veteran U.S. Coast Guard
Community involve-
ment: past president,
lieutenant governor
Kiwanis Club ofVero
Beach; past first vice
chairman American Red
Cross Treasure Coast;
board of directors, Senior
Resource Association


County; member Indian
River County Chamber of
Commerce; Republican
Women Aware; Republican
Executive Committee-of
Indian River County; Indian
River County of Realtors;
National Mortgage Brokers
Association; Florida Mort-,
gage Brokers Association.


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Friday, October 31, 20081


OFFICIAL SAMPLE BALLOT

GENERAL ELECTION INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA November 4, 2008

ATTENTION VOTERS: You may mark your sample ballot and bring It with you to the polls.
TO VOTE, COMPLETE THE ARROW *-- POINTING TO YOUR CHOICE.
Use a black or blue ballpoint pen or a #2 pencil.
If you make a mistake, don't hesitate to ask for a new ballot. If you erase or make other marks, your vote may not count.


PRESIDENT ANU VICE PRESIUtN I
(Vote for One)
John McCain
Sarah Pain REP I
Barack Obama
Joe BidenDEM
Gloria La Riva
Eugene Puyear PSL" li i
ChuckBaldwinCPF
Darrell CasheCPF
Gene Ainondson
LeroyPletten PRO4 i
BobBar LBT
WayneA.RootLT
Thomas Robedt Stevens
Alden LiUnk OBJI 4 1
Janes Harris
Alyson Kennedy swP 0
CynthiaMcKinney ORE 4 a s
Rosa Clemente
Alan Keyes
Brian Rohrbough A
Raph Nader
MattGonzalez Ee04i -
Brian Moore S 4
Stewart Alexander sr4
Chades Jay
John Wayne Smith 4 E



Write-In Candidate


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
DISTRICT 15
(Vote for One)



Frank .Zlaits 11 2. NPA.4 ,21,2



PUBLIC DEENDER
19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
(Vote for One)
DiaiondeR. Lity REP4 -a@
DoneChinqui na DEM4 ll


State Reprentative
Dbistrict 80
(Vote for One)
YoureellgibletovoteintheState RepresetatneDisOtrct a
ecton If you ve In aoneof the following precinctsO102, 1 3,
104.1. 5, 104,110,.107,112,11 11 13,113.1,201,201.1.230 2,3
203,204,204.1,20,20,.14,26 207,208,20&1,209,209'1.
209J 301,302,303,304,0.t, 304,3153;402,405,406,407,408
501,5soZ2503,504,555051,5.506507,50M509,o510511,5s1,12
DebbieMayreld REP 4i 'm
NeatlAbaftnell DE 4a m me

. .-,,.,.:, .St eReprewtlv' ,; ..s.... '
District29

You are eligible to vnet In the State Repisentatvm District 29
Sect if you ve in one of the foowhng preincts: 102, 108,
18.1.109,110,110.1.110 .Z 1103,111,306,307.308,308.1,
309,310,312,401,403,404


CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
(Vote for One)
Jeffrey K. Barton REP4m a@
Brian Burkeen DEMN -
SHERIFF
(Vote for One)
Der~yloar REP 4m ri
David T. Snle DEM. 4 IIm
Tony Cnsalo NPA4M IM
SUPERVISOROFELECTIONS
(Vote for One).


KayClem t REP. M
Rnlman Stewart DEM4. 4


COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 1
(Vote for One)
Wesley Davis REP 4M i0

Write-in Candidate

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 5
(Vote for One)
Bob Solari REP 0 4
.... NA iM


Shal Justice Charles T. Weis
rheeataiedinoflce? NO a




Shal JudgeDMaik E Polen 5
theForthDtdctCoirtdof YES 4w 1
Appeelbe retained In offie? 4w .a

Shal Judge
W. Mattew Stevenson of ir |
Fourth Dis Coud ofAppeal YES 4 1
berelined In office? NO n M

$ ,l~udge Matha C. Warner
oftIOD0dC of FES 4m m
Appeal be retaedinedln offibace?.

CIRCUIT JUDGE
19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, GROUP 4
(Vote for One) I
Dwight L. Geiger 4 a
Fran 0. Ross 4m id
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT
(Vote for One)
Claudia L. Jimdnez 4 me
Charle Wilson 4. l


CITY OF FELLSMERE
CITY COUNCIL MEMBER
TWO (2) YEAR TERM
(Vote for no more than Three)
You are eligible to vote In the City of Fellsmere
Election if you live In precinct: 111

Michael E. Barone 4m a
Femando Herrera 40 no
Daniel Naranjo 4m o ,
JoelTyson N41m


CITY OF SEBASTIAN
CITY COUNCIL MEMBER
TWO (2) YEAR TERM
(Vote for no more than Two)
You are eligible to vote In the City of Sebastian
Election If you live in one of the following precincts:
103,104.1,105,106,107,108.1,109,201.1,203,204.1

Bil Blrn C..Ab, 4. "I
Cindy Fancok 4. U
Richard H. Gillmor 4 m__
Jim Hilln a4.

Al PaternosterP 40 aul
Julia Scozzad 4w A il
Jennifer M. Weiss 4m a4
Harvey Wheeler 40i No


CITY OF VERO BEACH
CITY COUNCIL MEMBER
TWO (2) YEAR TERM .
(Vote for no more than Three)
You are eligible to vote In the Cty ofVero Beach
Election if you live In.one of the following precincts:
302,303,304.1,504,505.1,506,507,508,509,510,511

Sabin C.Abell 41 1;
Kevin Sawnick 41 .. 1
KenDaige __m 4
Thomas P. White. 4 \


C. Raymond Reed
Jeannettle Westlake
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
HOSPITAL DISTRICT
SEAT 7
(Vole for One)

Ardra K. Riby'
Thomas J. Spackman 4n
Michael J. Welss ( g



INDIAN RIVER MOSQUITO CONTROL
DISTRICT
SEAT 1
(Vote for One)
You are eligible to vote In the Indian River Mosquito
Control District Election If you live In one of the
following precincts: 101,102,103.104,104.1,105,
106,107,108,108.1,109,110.1110.3,111,112,112.1,
113,113.1,201,201.1,202,203,204,204.1,205,205.1,
20,2076,207,208.1,209,209.1,209.2,301,302,303,
304,304.1.305,306,307,308,309,310,311,312,401,
402403,404,405,406,407,408,501,502, 503,504,
505,505.1,506,507,508,509,510,511,512

David Foster 4 m M
Ken Gioeli 41 1
Kelly K. Wadsworth 4 1m
INDIAN RIVER SOIL & WATER
CONSERVATION DISTRICT SEAT 4
(Vote for One)
Peter LaFerrara 40 iw
Robedt J. "Bobby" Undsey 4" El


NO.1
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE 1, SECTION 2 '
Declaration of Rights

Proposing an amendment to the
. State Constitution to delete
provisions authorizing the
Legislature to regulate or
prohibit the ownership,
Inheritance, disposition, and
possession of real property by
aliens Ineligible for citizenship.

YES4 1 11
NO 4 #N

S.. N NO.2
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, NEW SECTION

Florida Marriage Protection
Amendment

This amendment protects
marriage as the legal union of
only one man and one woman
as husband and wife and
provides that no other legal
union that is treated as
marriage or the substantial
equivalent thereof shall be'valld
or recognized. .
The direct financial Impact this
amendment will have on state
and local government revenues
and expenditures cannot be
determined, but Is expected to
, be minor.
YES 40 l*
NO 4. .1


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Pt # LOCATION
408 Vero Beach Elementary
School
,1770 12th St.
"Vero Beach, FL
501 Vero Beach Highlands PDA
625 Highland Dr. SW
Vero Beach, FL
502 Royal Palm Clubhouse
Vista Royale
400 Woodland Dr.
Vero Beach, FL
503 Osceola Magnet School
6865 20th Street '
Vero .Beach, FL
504 American Legion
Post No.39
S1535 Old Dixie Hwy.
Vero Beach, FL
505 In6lan River County Library
160021st1 St.
Veri teach. FL
506 Our Savior Lutheran Church
1850 8th Ave.
Vero Beach, FL
507 Trinity Episcopal Great Hall
S2365 Pine Ave.
Vero Beach, FL
508 Bethel Creek House
4405 Highway A1A
Vero Beach, FL
509 Beachiand Elementary
School
3551 Mockingbird Br.
Vero Beach, FL
510 River House
305 Acacia Rd.
Vero Beach, FL
511 St. Edward's Lower School
2225 Club Dr.
Vero Beach, RFL.
512 St. Edward's Upper School
1895 St Edwards Dr.
Vero Beach, FL


YOU MUST BE REGISTERED TO VOTE
AND WILL BE ASKED TO PROVIDE
A SIGNATURE AND PHOTO I.D.
MIKE FREEDOM COUNT




Some forms of acceptable' I.D.s
Florida Driver's License Student I.D.
Florida I.D. Debit/Credit Card
Passport

(Employee Badge or ID and a Buyers Club ID are no
longer acceptable forms of ID per Florida Statute.)


Pot# LOCATIOl
101 Community Baptist
Church
12534 Roseland Rd..
S Sebastian, FL
102 Fellsmere City Council
Chambers
21 S, Cypress St.
Fellsmere, FL
103 St Sebastian Catholic Church
13075US Hwy 1
Sebas ian, FL
104 VFWPost10210
815 Louisiana Ave. ,
- Sebastian, FL
105 Sebastian Elks Lodge
No.2714
731 S. Fleming St
Sebastian, FL
106 North Indian River County
Library
S 001 County Road 512
Sebastian, FL
107 Slbaslian tlemlatary School
400 County Road 512
Sebastian, FL
108 Ubert Magnet School
Vore Beach, FL
100 North Indian River County
Library
; 1001 Cou Road 512
Sebastian, L
110 Indian River Estates
i 2250 Indian Creek Blvd.
Vero Beach, FL
111l Fensmere City Council
Chambers
21 8. Cypress St.
Felsmem, FL
112 Lberty M net School
8850 81st St '
Vero Beach, FL
113 Shertirs Administration Bidg.
4055 41st Ave.
Vero Beach, FL
201 TMldcy Lt Churchd
611 Schumann Dr.
Sebastian, FL
I I L __


Pot # LOCATION
202, Trinity Lutheran Church
611 Schumann Dr.
Sebastian, FL
203 Calvary Baptlt Church
123 Thunderbird Dr.
Sebastian, FL
204 Sebastian Christian Church
1W Day Dr.
Sebastian. FL
205 Trinity Lutheran Church
611 Schumann Dr.
Sebastian, FL
206 New Hope Church
4425 71t St
Vero Beach, FL
207 Gifford Community Center
4855 43rd Ave.
Vero Beach, FL
208 Trinity Lutheran Church
611 Schumann Dr.
Sebastian, FL
209 Indian River Shores
Comm. Center .
8001 N. Highway A1A
Veir Beach, FL"
301 Unity Church of Vero Beach
950 43rd Ave.
Vero Beach FL
302 Treasure. Coast Assembly
of God
3660 16th St
Vero Beach, FL
303 Leisure Square
370516t1h St.
Vero Beach. FL
304 St. Helen Catholic Church
2050 Vero Beach Ave
Vero Beach, FL
305 The Place at Veo Beach
3855 Indian River Blvd.
Vero Beach, FL
306 Central Assembly of God
6787 20th St
Veto Beach, FL


Pot # LOCATION
307 Village Green East '
,Clubhouse
7300 201h St.
Vero Beach, FL
308 ,iJCAoCrowley
Center
S2356 82nd Ave.
Vero Beach. FL
309 Glendale Elementary School
4940 8th St.
Vero Beach, FL
310 Hedtage Plantation
Recreation Bldg.
1101 82nd Ave.
Vero Beach, FL
311 Sherif's Administration
Bldg.
4055 41st Ave.
Vero Beach, FL
312 Living Lord Lutheran Church
2725 58th Ave.
Vero Beach, FL
401 Highlands Elementary
School
.5 0 20th St SW
Vero Beach, FL
402 Tabernacle Baptist Church
51 Old Dixie Hwy.
Vero Beach, FL
40 3 Thompson Elementary
School
1110 18th Ave. SW
Vero Beach, FL
404 Salvation Army
2655 5th St. SW
Vero Beach, FL
405 Morning Star Presbyterian
Church
698 Timber Ridge Td. SW
Vero Beach, FL
406 Citrus Elementary School
2771 4th St.
Vero Beach, FL
407 Temple Both Shalom
355 43rd Ave.
Vero Beach, FL


SEBASTIAN INLET TAX DISTRICT
DISTRICT 1,2 and 3
(Vote for One)
You are eligible to vote in the Sebastian Inlet Tax
District 1,2, and 3 Elections if you live In one of the
following precincts: 101,102,103,104,104.1,105,106,
107,108,108.1,109,110.2,110.3,111,112.1,113.1,
201,201.1,202,203,204,204.1,205.1,208.1,209.2,
308.1

SEBASTIAN INLET TAX DISTRICT
DISTRICT 1
(Vote for One) .
Jonathan 'JB Bredemeyer 4m
Joseph D. Hallowell4" .
Jenny Lawton Seal
SEBASTIAN INLET TAX DISTRICT
DISTRICT 2
(Vote for One)
Tim Freeman .
Donnle 'DJ" Jenkins m4 011
Beth L. Mitchell W w
isa Roma 4 0,,


NO.6
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT .
ARTICLEVII, SECTION
ARTICLE XII, NEW SECTION

Assessmentof Working
Waterfront Property Based
Upon CurrentUse

Provides for assessment based
upon use of land used
predominantly for commercial
fishing purposes; land used for
vessel launches Into waters tdpt
are navigable and accessible to
the public; marinas and
drystacks that are open to the
public; and, water-dependent
marine manufacturing facilities,
commercial fishing facilities,
and marine vessel construction
and repair facilities and their
support activities, subject to
conditions, limitations, and
reasonable definitions specified
by general law.

,YES 40 II
NO 4 N

NO.8
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLEVII, SECTION 9

Local Option Community
College Funding

Proposing an amendment to the
State Constitution to require
that the Legislature authorize
counties to levy a local option
sales tax to supplement
community college funding;
requiring voter approval to levy
the tax; providing that approved
taxes will sunset after S years
and may be reauthorized by the
voters.

YES 40 !
NO 4m i


Timothy E. Freemani and Lisa Roma have

withdrawn as candidates for Sebastian Inlet Tax

District, District 2. A vote cast for either of the

candidates listed above will not be counted.



/r INSTRUCTIONS FOR VOTING ON OUR
tNEW SEQUOIA INSIGHT OPTICAL SCAN EQUIPMENT


A paper ballot will be Issued
to you by a poll worker.

You will take your ballot to
one of the privacy booths.

- Make your selections on the ballot
by connecting the arrow by your choice
S.with the marking device provided

Note: If you make a mistake or wantto'
change your seleclntiooini y atyreturn
that ballot and request anew one.


INSTRUCTIONS
FOR MARKING BALLOT


cb uln ,


You will insert the ballot into the Insight Optical Scan Unit. ,,
REMEMBER TO VOTE BOTH SIDES OF THE BALLOT
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y.


Did

you
know?

There are 3 Ways to VOTE
1 By Mall Ballot
2 Early Voting
3 Your Polling Place on Election Day

Early Voting Begins on October
20th and runs through November
1st (except Sundays)
8.00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.

Early Voting Locations
Supervisor of Elections Office
4375 43rd Avenue, Unit #101
Vero Beach
Hlstoric,Sbastlan City Hall/
Old School House Building
1235 Main Street,
Sebastian
Indian River County Main Library
1600 21 st Street,
Vero Beach

It is a felony to vote in a precinct in
which you do not reside. If your
address has changed, please con-
tact the Elections Office BEFORE
November 3rd.


Remember you must
be a RESIDENT of the
municipality to vote
in -the municipality's
election. Check your
voter information card
to determine if you are
permitted to vote in these
elections.

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KAYT CLEM

Supervisor of Elections
Indian River County.
4375 43rd Avenue, Suite #101
Vero Beach, FL 32967 ,
772-226-3440 '
Swww.voteindianriver.com


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NO.3
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3
AND 4
ARTICLE Xll, NEW SECTION

Changes and Improvements
Not Affecting the Assessed
Valueof Residential Real
Property

Authorizes the Legislature, by
general law, to prohibit
consideration of changes or
improvements to residential real
property which increase
resistance to wind damage and
Installation of renewable energy
source devices as factors In
assessing the property's value
for ad valorem taxation
purposes. Effective upon
adoption, repeals the existing
renewable energy source
device exemption no longer in
effect.

YES 411 111
NO n 0

NO.4
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3
AND4
ARTICLE XIL SECTION 28

Property Tax Exemption of
Perpetually Conserved Land;
Classification and
Assessmentof Land Used for
Conservation

Requires Legislature to provide
a property tax exemption for
real property encumbered by
perpetual conservation
easements or other perpetual
conservation protections,
defined by general law.
Requires Legislature to provide
for classification and
assessment of land used for
conservation purposes; and rot
perpetually encumbered, solely
on the basis of character or use.
/ Subjects assessment benefit to
conditions, limitations, and
reasonable definitions
established by general law.
Applies to property taxes
beginning In 2010.
YES 40
NO 4 M


SEBASTIAN INLET TAX DISTRICT
DISTRICT 3
(Vole for One)


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POLLS WILL


BE OPEN


7AM'-7PM


If you have any questions about where you votoor on any election-related subject,
please call the Supervisor of Elections Office at 772-226-3440..
Visit our web page: www.voteindianriver.com
Up-to-the-minute election night results are posted on the website and
can be viewed on Cable Channel 13 In Vero Beach, Cable Channel 27 In Indian RIver,
and Cable Channel 25 In Sebastian.


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, ,TAVEL
MRAlEL


Enjoying Brazil's camavalcity


O ne of my fondest
memories of travel is
the year we went to
camaval in Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil.
Before all of the festivities
started, we drove along the
famous Ipanema and
Copacabana beaches to Sugar
Loaf Mountain.
There is a two-stage cable
car that will take you 1,390
feet to the top of the moun-
tain. Once there, you will see
the entire city, from beaches
and bays to the forested
mountains that go on for
miles and miles.
While there, you can toast
the city of Rio with a caipirin-
has, a favorite Brazilian.
cocktail made from cane
liquor. -
Our next stop was a trip to
visit the statue of Christ the
Redeemer atop Corcovado
Mountain. To get to the top,
you will ride a cog train that
dates back more than 114
years. It was first inaugurated
by Brazilian Emperor Dom
Pedro II.
Along the way, there is an
opportunity to view the flora
and fauna from the world
famous butterflies of Brazil to
sloths and monkeys. The cog
train will travel across the
Tijuca National Park before
reaching the top, where there
is a 360-degree panoramic
view.
We now enter the part of


Polen
From page A7
udge for Broward County,
1977-79; private practice,
1969-77.

Judicial bar and activities:
Broward County Bar Associa-
tion, 1980-91; Florida Bar:
Judicial Administration,
selectiori;and tenure com-
mittee, 1992-95; professional
stress committee, 1984-85;
rules of civil procedure
committee; family law ..
section: bench/bar commit.-,
tee, 1988-89; long range
planning committnie 1989-
91; executive council, 1988-
present, chair, 1994-95;
family court nirules of proce-
dure committee, 1992-1998;
Broward Lawyers Care, board
of directors, 1988-91; Florida
Conference ofAppellate .
Judges, 1989-presenm former
member, Florida Conference
of Circuit Judges, 1979-88.


Justice
From page A4

Other activities:
frequent lecturer on legal
subjects; member of
Trinity United Methodist
Church in Tallahassee.


TRAVEL
ROSE
MASCARENHAS


our trip that left us exhilarat-
ed and tired at the same time.
While in our room at the
hotel, we could hear music in
the streets 24 hours a day. It
was impossible not to run
down and join the dancing in
the street
Since Rio is the camaval
capital, it is filled with all of
the joy and entertainment
you could want leading up to.
Lent; the time for camaval is
the Friday to the Tuesday
before Lent of each year.
One thing that is a must
during carnival is going to a
ball. Now, this is not your
typical ball. I remember
getting to the door of the hall
and dancing in with everyone
doing the same thing. No
sitting here. Just keep dancing
in the direction all are
headed.
Along the way, you can get
a drink from one of the bars
setup along the outside of the
building. Keep dancing. The
group goes around the
building and right back into
the door and starts all over
again. This goes on for hours.
We got to our hotel in time
for a shower and then we


Other activities: B'nai
B'rith Justice Unit No. 5207,
president, 1986; B'nai B'rith
Palm Beach County Justice
Unit No. 5360, member,
1993-present; board of
directors, The Starting Place
(drug rehabilitation program
for teenagers), Hollywood,
1982-89; adjunct professor,
Nova Law School, 1988-96;
Fort Lauderdale Dog Club;
Chinese Crested Club of
America.


I
were off to the Escola de
Samba parade. There are
many of these schools that
dance down the street doing
the samba in bright and
sometimes very large
costumes.
After several hours of
watching and, oh yes,
dancing in your seat, head
back to the hotel for some
rest. During this time we were
up for three days and two
nights with no sleep. Guess
what?We were having so
much fun we really did not
seem to need it.
After a breather from all of
the excitement I highly
recommend a trip to Iguassu
Falls. These falls are two miles
wide and 250-feet high in
some spots. The roar and the
spray are unbelievable. The


tropical growth, along with
the falls, makes this an
unforgettable natural wonder.
If you still have time, a trip
to Manaus, the gateway to the
Amazon River, would be a
great ending to your vacation.
The Opera House, built
almost entirely of European
material during the rubber
boom and inaugurated in
1896, looks much as it did
then. A stroll through the art
nouveau-style municipal
market is a great way to top
off your adventure.
Boa viagem (Portuguese for
"good travel").

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consultant at Gadabout
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Experience: current
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missioner; owner, Wesley
Davis Farms; auctioneer,
Indian River Auction and
Appraisals; Karlin Daniel
and Associates of Stuart;
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manager/owner Old
Grove Plantation; Publix
Corporation Lab, assistant
meat lab; University of
Florida, Florida Depart-
ment of Agriculture; L.A.
Davis Farms
Community involve-
ment: Indian River Coun-
ty School Board member
1994-2000; 4-H leader;


trustee. Sebastian River
Medical Center; Indian
River -County Firefighters
Fair board of directors;
president, Indian River
County Livestock Associa-
tion; past parliamentari-
an, Florida School Board
Association; volunteer
auctioneer and fundraiser
for area non- profits and
charities; past state presi-
dent Florida FFA; lifetime
member National Rifle
Association; member
Republicans for Life of
Indian River County


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District 5
From page A3
Education: bachelor's,
University of Denver; Ford-
ham University School of
Law; admitted to New York
Bar, 1979; Florida Bar, 1982;'
MBA, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill; Lead-
ership Florida
Experience: 2003 to pres-
ent, president, manager
RMS Financial Services;
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From page A7
Experience: Current owner
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director-Treasure and Space
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Jimenez
From page A7
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Fellowship ofVero Beach;
teaching experience in the
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including atTheWillow.
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School inVero Beach; vice
president, board of directors
of the Healthy Start Coalition;
secretary. Vero Beach High
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Welcome to
Adult Education
Our courses are designed to provide
affordable academic, enrichment, and
workforce development preparation
for Treasure Coast residents of all
ages and educational backgrounds.
Please allow us to serve
your educational needs.
We are always looking for teachers.
If you have an expertise or skill you
would like to share ... contact us at:
772-564-4970


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REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Adult and Community Education School
1426 19th Street Vero Beach, FL 32960


REGISTER NOW!
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m.

Online Registration Coming Soon

www.indianriverschools.org
(School Links/Other/Adult Ed.)

PLEASE NOTE: Renistration continues until classes begin or are full


Time


Place


Introduction Wednesday 6 9:00AM 4:00PM 11/1/2008 Vero $33.00 White
Introduction Saturday 6 9:00AM 4:00PM 12/13/2008 Vero $33.00 White
Introduction & Windows XP T&TH 16 1:00PM 3:00PM 11/11 12/11/08 Vero $68.00 Levi
Introduction & Windows XP T&TH 16 4:00PM 6:00PM 11/13 12/16/08 Sebastian $68.00 Paternoster
Introduction & Windows Vista M&W 16 5:00PM 7:00PM 11/10 12/10/08 Vero $68.00 Hummel
Introduction & Windows Vista Friday & Sat. 12 9:00AM 4:00PM 11/14 11/15/08 Vero $56.00 Hummel
Internet Saturday 6 9:00AM 4:00PM 11/8/2008 Vero $33.00 White
Windows Vista M&W 15 10:00AM 4:00PM 12/8 12/15/08 Vero $65.00 White
Windows XP T&TH 16 3:30PM 5:30PM 11/11 12/11/08 Vero $68.00 Levi
Word M&W 16 5:00PM 7:00PM 11/10- 12/10/08 Vero $68.00 Gibson
Word (Intermediate)' M&W 6 1:30PM 4:30PM 11/17- 11/19/08 Vero $33.00 Fairbairn
Word T&TH 16 6:30 8:30PM 11/13 12/16/08 Sebastian $68.00 Paternoster
Excel M&W 1'6 7:00PM 9:00PM 11/10- 12/10/08 Vero $68.00 Gibson
Excel (Intermediate) Saturday 6. 9:00AM 4:00PM 12/6/2008 Vero $33.00 Gibson
QuickBooks (Beginner) M&W 20 6:30PM 8:30PM 11/10- 12/17/08 Vero $119.00 Block
Quick Books (Intermediate/Payroll) T&TH 10 3:00PM 5:00PM 11/11 -12/2/08 Vero $40.00 Johnson
QuickBooks (Intermediate/Payroll) T&TH 10 5:00PM 7:00PM 12/4 -12/18/08 Vero $40.00 Johnson
Power Point T&TH 16 3:00PM 5:00PM 11/11 12/11/08 Vero $68.00 Blanco
EBay* T&TH 6 4:00PM 7:00PM 11/4-11/6/08 Vero $44.00 Blanco
EBay T&TH 6 4:00PM 7:00PM 12/16- 12/18/08 Vero $44.00 Blanco
Greeting Cards <> M&W 4 1:30PM 3:30PM 11/10 11/12/08 Vero $32.00 Fairbairn
Greeting Cards <> Friday 4 9:00AM 1:00PM 12/12/2008 Vero $32.00 Fairbairnm
Digital Camera <> Friday 4- 9:00AM 1:00PM 11/21/2008: Vero $32.00 Fairbairn
Digital Camera <> Friday 4 9:00AM 1:00PM 12/5/2008 Vero $32.00 Fairbairn
Microsoft Access M&W 12 1:00PM 3:00PM 12/1 12/17/08 Vero $56.00 Fairbairn
Web Page Design (Beginner) Saturday 6 9:00AM 4:00PM 11/15/2008 Vero $33.00 Gibson
Microsoft Publisher M&W 12 10:00AM 12:00PM 12/1 12/17/08 Vero $56.00 Fairbairn
E Commerce (Start your online Business) T&TH 16 5:00PM 7:00PM 11/11 12/11/08- Vero $68.00 Blanco
MSO Specialist Certification Testing Friday 3 9:00AM 11:30AM Call for Dates Vero TBA Clark
Sebastian classes are held at Sebastian River High School ---Vero classes are held at Adult Ed. Annex II, Portable 2
All classes are beginner/basic unless otherwise noted Book Fee Included <> Materials Fee

Classes Day Hours Time Dates Place' Cost Teacher
Art Workshop <> Wednesday 15 5:30PM 8:30PM 11/12 12/17/08 Vero $60.00 Perez
Cooking (Holiday pies & cakes) Tuesday 18 5:00PM 8:00PM 11/4 12/16/08 Gifford $134.00 Harrison
Cooking (Quick & Tasty on a Budget) <> Saturday 7.5 8:30AM 4:00PM 11/8/2008 Vero : $83.00 Danforth
Cooking (Thanksgiving Feast in 4 Hours) \ Saturday 7 9:00AM 4:00FM 11/15/08 Vero $81.00 Danforth :
Cooking (What's for Dinner (for 2) comfort food) <> Saturday 7.5 8:30AM 4:00PM 11/22/2008 Vero $77.00 ; Danforth
Cooking (What's for Dinner (for 4) comfort food) <> Saturday 7.5 8:30AM 4:00PM 11/22/2008 Vero $97.00 Danforth-
Cooking (Holiday Feast in 4 Hours) <> Saturday 7 9:00AM 4:00PM 12/6/2008 Vero $91.00 Danforth
Cooking (Fresh Seafood) Saturday 6 5 9.00AM 3.30PM 12/13/2008_ Vero $95.00 Danforth
CookirIg (Fun dishes for Holiday Parties) <> Monday 6 5:00PM 8:00PM 11/3 11/10/08 Gifford $58.00 Danforth
SCooking (Quick meals for a busy season) <> Monday 3 5:00PM 8:00PM 11/17/2008 Gifford $34.00 Danforth,
Cobking (Flirday-Appetizers) <> Monday 6 5:00PM 8:00PM 12/1 12/8/08. Gifford $68.00 Danforth
Cooking (Kids cooking with mom or dad) <> Monday 3 5:00PM 8:00PM 12/15/2008 Gifford $48.00 Danforth< ,,
Crochet (Basic) <> Monday 15 5:00PM 7:30PM 11/3 12/15/08 Vero $55.00 Anderson, B.
Drawing (with Colored pencils) <> Tuesday 15 5:30PM 8:30PM 11/11 12/16/08 Vero $55.00 Graves.
Drivers Education <> T&TH 68 4:00PM 7:00PM 1/13 3/31/09 Vero $229.00 Jones
Fused Glass, Dichroic (Pendant) <> Saturday 3 10:00AM 1:00PM 11/15/2008 Wabasso $19.00 Wayment
Fused Glass, Christmas ornament <> Saturday 3 10:00AM 1:00PM 12/6/2008 Wabasso $19.00 Wayment
Italian Conversational (Beginner)* Thursday 12 6:00PM 8:00PM 11/6 12/18/08 Vero' $56.00 Lurken
Investing Fundamentals Saturday 6 9:00AM 4:0OPM 11/15/2008 / Vero $28.00 Anderson,:R.
Motorcycle Safety TH,S&S Call for Dates & Times Vero $220.00 Copeland
Sewing (Basic) Wednesday 15' 5:30PM 8:30PM 11/12 -12/17/08 Vero $55.00 Kennedy
Spanish (Beginner) T&TH 20 6:00PM 8:00PM 11/11 12/18/08 Vero $89.00 Posada
Stained Glass (Beginner) <> T,TH& Sat. 9' 10:00AM 1:00PM 11/18- 11/22/08 Wabasso $37.00 Wayment
Stained Glass (Beginner) .<> T&TH 15 5:30PM 8:30PM 12/2 12/18/08 Wabasso $55.00 Wayment
Stained Glass (Beginner) <> Wed.& Friday 6 10:00AM 1:00PM 12/10 -12/12/08 Wabasso $28.00 Wayment
,Tai Chi T&TH 12 5:00PM 6:00PM 11/4 12/18/08 Vero $46.00 Hanson
Water Exercise (Arthritic) T&TH 12 3:30PM 4:30PM 11/4 12/18/08 Wabasso $46.00 Marsh
Water Exercise (Arthritic) T&TH 12 4:30PM 5:30PM 11/4 12/18/08 Wabasso $46.00 Maier
*Classes are held at 8802 US 1 Unit #10 Wabasso Plaza -.: mile north of State Road 510 on east side of the road. All other classes are held at the Freshman Learning Center
and Gifford classes are held, at 4680 28th court. Art.consumable $5.00 <> Materials Fee: Stained Glass Consumable Fee $60.00 (plus glass) Fused Glass Jewelry $60.00 Book Fee Included
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Classes Day Hours Time Dates Place Cost Teacher
Accounting & E Business ** T&TH 150 4:30PM 8:30PM 1/15 3/31/09 Vero $496.00 Fairbairn/Johnson
Every other Saturday Saturday 8:00AM 2:30PM. ' "
Bus Driver Training/CDL M-TH 40 5:30PM 8:30PM 1/26 3/31/09 Vero $529.00 Davis
Culinary Arts ** t T&TH 200 4:30PM 9:00PM 2/10 6/13/09 Vero $804.00 Danforth
Every other Saturday Saturday 8:00AM 4:30PM _______ :
Home Health Aide ** M-TH 100 8:00AM 2:45PM 3/9 4/2/09 Gifford $356.00 Greer
Medical Assistant ** T&TH 250 4:00PM 9:00PM. 1/22 6/6/09 Vero $898.00 Hauenstein
Every other Saturday Saturday __ 9:00AM 3:30PM
Medical Billing & Collections ** t M, W & F 150 8:00AM 1:00PM 1/14 3/30/09 Vero $424.00 Brown
Medical Coding ** T&TH 250 8:00AM 4:00PM 1/13 5/14/09 Ver6 $1,127.00 Brown
Nursing Assistant/HHA ** t M-TH 210 8:00AM 4:00PM 1/7 -3/5/09 Gifford $675.00 Greer
(Open Lab Hours) Friday 8:00AM 4:00PM
Phlebotomy ** T&TH 165 6:00PM -'9:00PM 1/10 4/4/09 Vero $411.00 McCombs
Every Saturday Saturday' 8:00AM 3:30PM
Security Officer (D School) ** t M-F 40 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/26 2/2/09 Vero $98.00 Burr
Security Officer (G School) ** t M-F 28 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/9 2/16/09 Vero $152.00 Howell
2008 Prices subject to change --- Book Fee -** All Books Included

CLASSES Day Hours Time Dates Place Cost Teacher
English Language Literacy/ELL M-Th Open 6:00PM 9:00PM ,year round FLC (Rm. 422) none Gilmore/Salazar
English Language Literacy/ELL M-Th Open 6:00PM 9:00PM year round. Fellsmere Elem. (Rm. 705) none Suarez
English Language Literacy/ELL M&Th Open 6:00PM 9:00PM year round SRHS (V-115) none Mccarthy/Pinkney
GED/Adult Basic M-F Open 8:00AM 3:00PM year round Vero (portable 1) none Bishop/Rochowiak
GED/Adult Basic M-Th Open 5:30PM 8:30PM year round Vero (Portable 1) none Pedlow/Davis/Connelly
GED/Adult Basic M-Th Open 5:30PM -8:30PM year round SRHS (Rm. V-116) none Koziel/Savage
GED/Adult Basic T&Th Open 5:30PM -7:30PM year round Simon Mall .none Paulen
GED Pre-test (T.A.B.E.) ByAppt. 2 Open year round Various none Various
Students May Register At Class Sites During Class Hours for GED & English Classes ~ FLC-Freshman Learning Center ~ SRHS-Sebastian River High School ~ Simon Mall School (behind ShoeCarnival)
Vero Adult Education Center
GED EXAM DATES:
December 15, 16, 17, 2008 *(deadline to register: Thurs. December 11, 2008)
January 20, 21, 22, 2009 *(deadline to register: Thurs. January 15, 2009)
February 17, 18, 19, 2009 *(deadline to register: Thurs. February 12, 2009)
Registration is on a first come basis. Seating for each test is limited.


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Police
From page A5
law enforcement officer and
a misdemeanor charge or
resisting an officer without
violence.
Rafael Jimanez Heman-
dez, 27, 1855 19th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
unauthorized possession of
an identification card and
misdemeanor charge of
driving without a license.
Rigoberto Jose Nodal, 23,
1275 32 Ave., S.W, Vero
Beach, was charged with
Three counts of fraudulent
use of a credit card, two
counts of organized fraud
and third-degree theft and
four counts of criminal use
of personal identification
information.
German Zuniga Ramirez,
45, 10059 Esperanza Circle,
Fellsmere, was charged with
child abuse, and sexual bat-
tery on a child.


Kim Sneed, 43,3830 46th
St., Vero Beach, was charged
with aggravated battery
domestic violence.
Douglas Allen Hatley, 59,
22215 Olney Road, Lakeland,
was charged with violation
of probation, grand theft and
felony criminal mischief.
Later that day he was
charged with possession of
stolen property.
Miranda Betty-Allen
Bentley, 26, 1861 Wabun St.,
N.E. Palm Bay, was charged
with violation of community
control. She was on commu-
fity control for driving with
license revoked, a habitual
traffic offender and posses-
sion of cocaine.
Misty Lee Black, 31, 152
Lark Drive, Barefoot Bay, was
charged with failure to rede-
liver leased property, two
counts of'uttering a forged
bill, check or draft, third
degree grand theft, forgery,
criminal use of personal
identification information


and organized fraud.
Michael Edward Hardy,
40, 6260 U.S. 1, Grant, was
charged with failure to
appear for a docket call on
charges of second-degree
petit theft and possession of
methyphenidate.
Christopher Shane Flem-
ing, 18, 6880 16th St., Vpro
Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft.
Howard Gordan Elliot,
33, 590 Coral Glen Loop,
Altamonte Springs, was
charged with three counts of
violation of probation and
three counts of grand theft.
Willie Lawerence Riley,
49, 4885 61st Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation and
lewd or lascivious act on a
child
Dale W Wilson, 23, 8346
100th Court, 'Vero Beach,
was charged with a felony
traffic charge for driving
while license suspended or
revoked.


Warner
From page A7
member, Florida Bar
Commission on the Legal
Needs of Children, 2000-06;
member, committee on trial
court performance and
accountability, 1999-2002;
chair, Florida Legislative
committee on legislative
reform of judicial adminis-
tration, 1998; chair, FCEC
special committee on
evaluation and administra-
tion of Florida's judicial
education programs, 1998;
member, Florida Supreme
Court standard jury instruc-
tion committee, 1987-98;
faculty member, Florida
College of Advanced Judicial
Studies, 1992-2004; mem-
ber, Appellate Judges
Conference Education
Committee, 1992-1999;
Member, Appellate Rules
Committee, Florida Bar,


1990-93; member, Florida
Court Education Council's
Publication Committee,
2001-present.
National: vice chair, 2007-
present of the Appellate
Judges Conference of the
American Bar Association;
chair, 2007 AJEI National
Education Conference;
member, executive commit-
tee of ABA Appellate Judges
Conference and board of
directors of the Appellate
Judges Educational Insti-
tute, 2005-present; editor,
Appellate Judges Section of
ABA Judicial Division
Record, 2003-05; member,
ABA standing committee on
continuing education,
2000-2003; member,
planning committee for
ABA complete appellate
judge seminar, 2000-02;
chair, ABA oversight
committee for University of
Virginia master of laws in
the judicial process pro-


gram, 1999-2000; lecturer,
ABA Conference of Chief
Judges of Intermediate
Appellate Courts, 1995;
participant, UJnyersiry of
Memphis leadership
institute in judicial educa-
tion; admitted to the
Florida Bar 1974.
Other activities: choir
member, First United
Methodist Church; mem-
ber, Arts Foundation Board,
2007-present; board of
directors, Martin County
Council for the Arts, 199-99;
chair of 1997-99, high
school juried art shows;
American Heart Associa-
tion, board of directors,
Martin County unit, 1982-
89; co-chair, American
Heart Association Heart
Ball, 1983; board of direc-
tors, Presbyterian Early
Learning School, 1981-87,
chair of board; First United
Presbyterian Church,
deacon, 1987-91.


Stevenson
From page A7
public defender, 15th
Judicial Circuit,.1978-79.
Judicial and bar activities:
Florida Bar (sincel978);
Palm Beach County Bar


Association; American Bar
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RBC Bank staff members participated in the United Way's
Day of Caring on Saturday Sept. 20 by painting the interi-
or of the Senior Resource Association's Senior Adult Day
Car Center in Vero Beach. Pictured, from left: Andy Bein-
dorf, Dan Bockhorst, Rene Cox, Louis Capezza, Connie
DeLosa and Eva Chapman.


Friday, Oct 31
"Say Boo To Drugs" host-
ed by Indian River Mall, the
Substance Abuse Council
and the Tobacco Free. Part-
nership of Indian River Coun-
ty. From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. This
family friendly event will cel-
ebrate Halloween with trick
or treating and a costume
contest, plus educate kids on
the importance of saying no
to drugs. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 770-9404.
Vero Fashion Outlets will
host "Trick or Treat" from 5 to
7 p.m. Trick or treat from
store to store in a safe and
friendly environment, with
entertainment for all. Vero
Fashion Outlets is located on
Route 60 and .1-95, Exit 147,
West of 1-95, inVero Beach.
;* Spooky & Kooky Hal-
loween Bash from 6:30-10
p.m. Crafts, games, open
gym, costume contest, pizza
party, and prizes will be given
to kids. Cost is $25 per child,
$15 per sibling. Christi's Fam-
ily Fitness,' 1250 Old Dixie
Highway, Vero Beach. (772)
563-0905.

ONGOING EVENTS
Pelican Island National
Wildlife Refuge host guided
beginning bird. watching
[ours on Saturday from 8-11
a.mi .The '-olanteer-guided-
tours will visit Bird's
Img'ondmen E Trail and the
newly reopened Lenteititial
Trail. The tours will run
through March 2008'. No
reservations are required. For
more information, call the
refuge, at (772) 562-3909, Ext.
275, or visit fws.gov/pelican-
island/events
Italian-American War
Veterans, Post No.3 and
Women's Auxiliary, located
at 2500 15th Ave., Vero Beach,
holds business meetings at 7
p.m., on the second Wednes-
day of each month. Social
meetings are held at 6 p.m.,
on the fourth Wednesday of
the month. New members
welcome. For information,
call (772) 231-5673 or (772)
770-2558.
The Vero Beach Railroad
Station, located in downtown
Vero Beach, was originally
built in 1903. It is on the
National Register of Historic
Places, and is open Monday
through Friday from 10 a.m.-
4 p.m. Visitors can tour the
exhibit center, and get a
glimpse of the local history
from prehistoric times
through World War II. There
is a model train display that
offers panoramic views of
historical sites in Indian River
County. The Railroad Station
is located at 2336 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (772):778-3435.
Indian River County His-
torical Society is housed in a
1903 Vero Beach Train Sta-
tion, and is open Moriday,
Wednesday and Friday, 10
a.m.-1 p.m., at 2336 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 778-3435. .
Indian River County His-
torical Society preserves the
artifacts, sites and structures
related to indian River Coun-
ty heritage. The society also
provides a map and direc-
tions to sites of historic inter-
est throughout the county.
The 1903 Vero Beach Train
Station houses the Historical
Society Exhibition Center
and is open Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 10
a.m.-l p.m., at 2336 14thAve.,
Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 778-3435.
The Heritage Bluegrass
Band performs every Tues-
day night, from 7:30-10 p.m.
There is no admission charge


and donations are appreciat-
ed. Light refreshments. are
available. The Heritage Cen-
ter is located at 2140 14th
Ave.,Vero Beach.
Vero Beach Museum of
Art features exhibitions of
international, national, and
state importance are shown
throughout the year in four
galleries. The museum also
houses a gift shop store and is
the largest teaching museum
school in Florida. It is located
at 3001 Riverside Park Drive,
Vero Beach. For more inf6r-
mation, call (772) 231-0707
*Vero Beach Green Market
is held every Thesday from 3-
7p.m. Find plants, fruits and
vegetables, seafood, herbs,
coffee, freshly made, donuts,
hand milled soaps, lotions,
teas, and on occasion, artisan
sausages and cured meats,
fresh local eggs, home made
doggie treats, and much
more. The market is located
at the comer of 14th Avenue


and 21st Street in front of the
Heritage Centre.
Guided Kayak Tours: Vis-
itors paddle along the Indian
River Lagoon and enjoy
nature at its tropical best.
They can experience the
thrill of close encounters
with dolphins, manatees and
exotic birds. The guide is a
master naturalist and U.S.
Coast Guard captain. Cost is
$47 each for a 2 1/2 hour
tour. Reservations are
required. Space is limited to
12 participants. For more
information call (772) 234-
3436.


Indian River Citrus
Museum tells the story, and
preserves the artifacts, pho-
tographs and memorabilia of
the pioneers who established
the most distinguished citrus
fruit in the world. Open Tues-
day through Friday 10 a.m.-4
p.m., in the Heritage Center,
2140 14th Ave., Vero Beach.
For more information call
(772) 770-2263.
McKee Botanical Garden
is an 18-acre botanical gar-
den listed on the National
Register of Historic Places
and endorsed by The Garden
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as several restored architec-
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Self-guided tours are avail-
able Tuesday through Satur-
day from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and
Sunday from noon-5 p.m. It
is closed Mondays and major
holidays. Admission is $6 for.
adults, $5 for seniors and
$3.50 for children. It is locat-
ed,at 350 U.S. 1, Vero Beach.
It also has a gift shop, library
and caf6. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 794-0601, or
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from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Activities will include a
historic re-enactment, boat
show, live music, fresh
seafood booths, a volleyball
tournament and a raft race.
Admission is free;, tickets
'.are available for food and T-
shirts.
For more information
about the festival, contact
Anjani Cirillo at (772) 589-
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THURSDAY, OCT. 30-
SATURDAY, NOV. 1
'Little Shop of Horrors' will
be presented by the Saint
Edward's School Theatre
Department Come see the
man-eating plants at this zany
show, which will be held at 7:30
p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30 and at
2 and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday,
Nov. 1 at the Waxlax Center for
the Performing Arts at 1895 St
Edward's Drive, off A1A. Tickets
are $10 for adults and discount-
ed 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 TicketAl-
temative at (877) 725-8849 or
the Web site www.ticketalterna-'
tive.com.
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-condition, free
items will be available. For addi-
tional information, call (772)
562-1133 or visit online at
www.unityofvero.com.
THROUGH NOV. 1
-Gallery 14 presents a special,
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 photo-
graphs of some of rock's great-'
est legends including Eric Cap-
ton, Taj Mahal and Bob Dylan.
i Also featured are works by
Gallery 14 artists entitled "Body
Electric: Figurative' Works"
Gallery 14 is located at 1911
14th Ave. in Vero Beach. For
more information, call (772)
562-5525.
THROUGH TUESDAY, NOV. 11
*Vero Beach Museum of Art
film studies course continues
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. Scheduled
films are: art and narcissism:
"Hilaryarid Jackie" on 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: 'Vin-
,cent" on Nov. 11. All films are
presented in their original lan-
guage with English subtitles as
necessary. Classes are offered in
the museum's Leonhardt Audi-
torium at 1:30 or 7 p.m. Film
moderator Warren Obluck intro-
See OUT, B2


Religious music is his life's message


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH He's a
teacher who uses the
power of music to transmit
a message of ethnic and
religious pride.
Rick Recht, a St. Louis
based singer/songwriter,
travels the country and
world to promote involve-
ment in Jewish life. He will
make a special stop on his
latest tour on Saturday,
Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. at Temple
Beth Shalom in Vero Beach.
Mr. Recht, 38, plays more
than 150 concerts a year
that appeal to audiences of
all ages. He is the top tour-
ing' Jewish music artist in
the nation, and performs
music ranging from teen
rock and family favorites to
music geared for very
young children. He is the
artist-in- residence at Unit-
ed Hebrew Congregation in
St. Louis.
Originally a secular
musician and member of a
touring rock.. band, Mr.
Recht's musical direction
veered toward Judaic-
themed music about 10
years ago, after -he was
introduced to the genre by
a young woman who would
later become his wife.
Since that time, the pair
have built 'an independent
record and promotion
company specializing in
Jewish music.
Speaking from St. Louis,
Mr. Recht explained the
evolution of his musical
career.


"I'm a touring Jewish
educator and my medium
happens to be music. My'
wife introduced me to Jew-
ish music. I had an
epiphany and all of a sud-
den, Judaism became
super cool. Now it's our life
mission," he said.
"You have to- empower
yourself to 'do' and it's not
easy to sustain it, because.
you have to build an eco-
nomic engine to equal your
passion. It takes a lot of
infrastructure to build a
dream."
He and wife, Elisa, have
succeeded in laying that
foundation and their com-
pany employs eight, with a
dozen. independent. con-
tractors also lending a
hand to produce records,
movies, workshops and
concerts.
Mr. Recht said their mis-
sion is to "strengthen Jew-
ish identity in large num-
bers of Jewish youth."
Appealing to their par-
ents is one way to help
achieve that, he said.
"It's about whatever it's
going to take to create a
meaningful view of
Judaism.
"Today, Jewish kids grow-
ing up "in mainstream'
America have less of a
threat to: being Jewish.
There's a lot of competition
for youth's time and energy,
and it's a challenge to make
Judaism relevant, in the
ways that they.are making
connections," Mr. Recht
said.
Using music to relay the


Rick Recht
message is one way, he
noted, as well as focusing
on young people's fascina-
tion with modern technol-
ogy and even clothing pref-
erences.
As one who played other
types of music for years,
Mr: Recht admitted that
finding this unique musical
niche came as some sur-
prise.
"If you had told me I'd be
playing Jewish music, I
would have laughed. But
it's very community'orient-
ed and the premise is to
make the world a better,
place," he said.
His performances tend
to be interactive with his
.audiences.
"Our mission is to create
opportunities for people
and we have the local
musicians, choirs, rabbis
and others come up on the
stage to experience what it
feels like to lead. It's a part-
nership," Mr. Recht said.
As the father of two
young sons, Mr. Recht is


particularly cognizant of
the need for young people
to connect with something
meaningful and supportive
to their lives.
"The world is speeding
up faster and faster and it's
very hard for our youth.
The Jewish world can rise
to the occasion and needs
to do sp fast.
"Music is absolutely
transforming and it's a
powerful way to transmit
the Jewish message," Mr.
Recht said.
Mr. Recht also recently
recorded a CD at Hope
Presbyterian Church in
Memphis and has worked
extensively with many
church and religious
groups.
His performance is open
to the public. Tickets are
$18 for adults and $10 for'
children under 13. Family
packages are available for
two adults and three or
more children for $55. A
VIP package is also avail-
able. .
A dessert reception will'
be served following the
performance with a "meet
and greet the artist," as well
as CD purchase and sign-
ing opportunities.
Proceeds : will help
underwrite continuing cul-
tural arts programs at the
temple.
Temple Beth Shalom is
located at the southwest
corner of 43rd Avenue and
4th St. in Vero Beach.
For more information or
to reserve tickets, call (772)
569-4700.


Big blues coming .,


to Sebastian


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
FELLSMERE Feeling
blue about the economic
meltdown? For those who
would rather hear the blues
in all their musical glory,
then mark the weekend of
Nov. 14-16 for a must attend
event
The Sebastian.River Area
Chamber of Commerce is
sponsoring the inaugural
"Blues Birthday Bash" at the-
Fellsmere Riding Club
Rodeo Arena in Fellsmere,
which will feature 17 of the
nation's top blues acts per-
Sforming continuously on
two stages.
The lineup of star-stud-
ded talent includes blues
guitarist Matt "Guitar" Mur-
phy of the famed Blues
Brothers band and movie.
The event commemorates
the'chamber's 50th birthday
and all proceeds will go
toward repairing the cham-


ber's building, which, was
damaged in the 2004 hurri-
canes, as well as improve the
Pelican PorchVisitors Center
at the chamber's 700 Main
SSt. location in Sebastian.
In what is sure to be a
monumental musical "hap-
pening" reminiscent of the
iconic three-day 1969Wood-
stock music festival, the
"Blues Bash' will also
include craft booths, food
and beverage vendors and
loads of activities.
Bluzpik Rekerdz of Fort
Lauderdale is coordinating
the musical lineup for the
fest which opens Friday,
Nov.14 at4 p.m.
Sebastian-based' Delta
blues master Ernie Southern
and his Deltaholics will kick
Soff the festivities at 5 p.m.
Leo Gale of Bluzpik Rek-
erdz said his company was
hired'by the chamber to
book festival entertainment
based on their extensive
blues festival experience


Photo by Annie Liebovitz, courtesy of Paris Productions
Blues Fest headliner Hubert Sumlin.


and the fact that the compa-
ny manageslocal favorites,
TheNouveauxHonkies.
"'We wanted to create a
balance of the best local
South Florida acts "com-
bined with great regional
acts and cap off each day
with a top national act.
"We actually were lucky
enough to land a couple of


world-class musicians as
well," Mr. Gale said. ..
Blues lovers will want to
experience the entire festival
weekend and tickets ard
available ranging from $10
per day to $30 for the entire
weekend package. .
Friday's .performers
includeThe Smokin' Torpe-
See BLUES, B3


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of XX-XX-2008
Aries March 21-April 19
Life has its ups and downs.
You have been through
many of your own lately.
Your energy is about to
change for the better. You
will continue to increase. It's
important that you make a
little time for yourself. There's
no reason to burn out now.
When you are not sure what
to do, take a step back, wait,
regroup and then move for-
ward again.

Taurus April 20-May 20
Stop reacting to other peo-
ple's problems. You can't
change another person, but
you can change yourself. Be
concerned but not enabling.
You are learning new things.
Use.these to find new cre-
ative ways to serve. Set your
priorities on the main issues.
Get deeply involved, hold the
focus andi. move on to
unprecedented victories.

Gemini May 21-June 21 ,
It's easy to get overextended
when you are very busy. Cor-
rect this condition by setting
priorities and delegating less-
er important ones. Take a lit-
tle time off for R&R.Take a
long, iveekend with :your
family. Do' it just for fun. The
time away will clear your
mind, warm your heart and
' increase your energy. Now,
you are at your best.

Cancer June 22-July 22
Your spirit and playful atti-
tude is :alive- nd searching
for ways to express. 'Take
time. to satisfy this urge. You
are always responsible. Do
several' things; Go to the
beach. Drive in the country.
Ride your bike. Shop at a
thrift store. Refuse to worry
about what others think, This
new psyche up will create
wonderful results.

Leo July 23-Aug.22
The middle of the fire signs is
Leo. This is what I call centert
.fire" Leo roars the loudest
and is always at the center of
activities. This is strong lead-
ership and .elps, create new
innovations and ideas. By the
time others catch on, Leo is
way out in front and gets the
highest rewards and awards.
SHigh success is on the way.

Virgo Aug. 23-Sept 22
Saturn is still in Virgo. Saturn
is the planet of responsibility.
Your energy is increasing. So'
is your desire to move ,for-
ward. Keeping a desire jour-
nal should be the starting
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CSI adventure planned


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
Area residents of all ages
will get a chance to be
crime scene investigators
when Saint Edward's
School brings CSI: Live! to
Vero Beach on Thursday,
Nov. 13 from 7 to 8 p.m. at
the school's Waxlax Center
for the Performing Arts.
Kids 8 and older and
adults will share an interac-
tive adventure in this latest
SMad Science production.
When a "crime" is com-
'mitted at the premiere of a
Las Vegas magic show, a
'CSI team is quickly dis-


patched to the scene.
Sydney Mathis and David
hart play the role of CSI
investigators,, assisted by
supervisor Gil Grissom,
through a live video con-
nection from the Las Vegas
crime laboratory.
Audience members get
to come onstage to be part
of the action as witnesses,
suspects and CSI recruits. .
The ensemble will use
their best crime-solving
techniques and forensic
skills to conduct their
investigation and solve the
crime before it's too late.
Kim Peckham, Saint
Edward's assistant to the


head for marketing/exter-
nal studies division, notes
the show has more than
entertainment value.
"This is a whole interac-
tive crime scene in which
science is promoted as a
fun project. We'll use the
audience to investigate and
test theories," Ms. Peckham
said.
She said the show
opened in June and is
"making big splashes
across the country."
Mad Science Group is
the world's leading fun sci-
ence brand. Its' produc-
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duces the films, provides back-
ground information for each
course and moderates discus-
sion at the film's conclusion.
Students may register in per-
son at the museum or by
phone. The museum is located
at 3001 Riverside park Drive in
Vero Beach.
For more information, or to
register, call education assistant
Angela Fallon at (772) 231-
0707, Ext 136.
FRIDAY, NOV. 14-
MONDAY, NOV. 7
-The annual festival of trees
will be presented by designers
and decorators at.the Agnes
Wahlstrom Youth Playhouse and
Anne Morton Theatre at River-
side 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 educa-
tional and youth-oriented arm of
the nonprofit Riverside Theatre.
The 16,000-square-foot theater
will be turned into a winter
wonderland of decorated trees,
wreaths and more. Local florists
and designers will present dis-
plays and more than 70 trees,
wreaths and gingerbread hous-
es are expected to be exhibited.
To participate as a designer or
for more information, call (772)
234-8052.
THROUGH DEC 17
-North Indian River County
Library Children's Libray pro-
grams are now offering registra-
tion for the fall session through
Dec. 17. Programs offered are
toddler time on Mondays from
10:15 to 11 a.m. for 1-to 3 year-
olds; baby time on Tuesdays
from 11:30 to noon for birth
through 2-year-olds; twilight
tales on Tuesdays from 6:15 to
7:30 p.m. for school-age chil-
dren and story time on Wednes-
days from 10:15 to 11 a.m.for 3-
to 5 year-olds. The North County


Library is located at 1001
Sebastian Blvd. in Sebastan. To
register for programs or 'for
more information, call (772)
589-1355. '
ONGOING EVENTS
Theatre-Go-Round ;:. :Dinner
Theatre has re-opened: in:the
Best Western Hotel for, they'll
hew production "Nuncrackers,
the Nunsense Christmas Musi-
cal." Performances are given
every Sunday through Jan. 11,
2009. The evening indudes a
four-course dinner and bever-
age. Seating is between 4:15
and 5 p.m. with the show begin-
ning at 6 p.m. The complete
dinner package indudes show
ticket, dinner, tax and gratuity for
$48.35 per person, For more
information, call ,(772) 567-
8321,ExtO. ,.
Riverside Children's The-
atre auditions for upcoming
productions will continue
through April 2009. For a sched-
ule of productions, audition
dates and other information,
call (772) 234-8052 or visit
online at
www.riversidetheatre.com.
S2009 Emerson Centers cel-
ebrated speakers series tickets
are on sale for the popular sell-
out series that has brought inter-
nationally acdaimed seakers to
Vero Beach- The series kicks off
Jan. 17 with an appearance by
Thomas Friedman, one of the
world's preeminent commenta-
tors on international affairs and
a three-time Pulitzer Prize win-
ning author. National Public
Radio's legal affairs correspon-
dent Nina Totenberg will follow
on Feb. 7 Juam Williams, in
Emmy Award winning writer
and radio/television commenta-
tor will speak Feb. 28. Condud-
ing the series will'be Pulitzer
Prize winning author and histori-
an David McCullough on Match
21. ', .
Subscriptions are :now avail-
able at $220 for all four speakers
at either 4 p'm. or 8 p.m. per-
formances. There is limited seat-
ing availability for the4 p.m, pre-
sentations and handicapped
.individuals are encouraged to
reserve their seats for 8 p.m. in-
gle tickets, at $60 each,Idogpt
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point. You don't have to keep
all the ideas in your mind.
When you write them, they
are shifted to the heart. This
commitment has roots. Now
good stuff is growing and on
the way.

Libra Sept 23-Oct. 22
The whole idea is to pace
yourself when working on
different projects, so that you
have something left at the
end. You don't have to get
everything done at once. A
lighter touch is so important.
Many times less is more.
When the body gets tired the
mind follows, then the heart
follows and all comes to a
halt. Keep the heart open.

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There is a lot of positive ener-
gy in your sign this week. First
the sun is in your sign. Yeah!
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Blues
From page B1

does from Orlando; blues-
rock-soul master Darrell
Raines from Miami; scorch-
ing blues guitarist Eric Cul-
berson from Savannah and
contemporary blues-rock
guitar virtuoso Albert Cum-
mings of Massachusetts.
The music rocks on Satur-
day's Mvith headliner blues
guitar icon Hubert Sumlin,
the 2008 Blues Hall of Fame
inductee. The septuagenari-
an has been an inspirational
hero to such guitar masters as
Jim' Hendrix,. Jeff Beck and
Stevie Ray Vaughan, all of
whom have credited, Mr.
Sumlin as being a major
influence in their careers.
I' 1949 at age 18, Mr. Sum-
lin 'became Howlin' Wolf's
lead 'guitarist, a position he
held for 25 years except for a
bnef stint with the legendary
MuddyWater's band.
Mr. Sumlin will take the
stage from 8:30 to 10 p.m. in
what is sure to be a m.emo-
rable and soul-stirring set to
end the day.
Opening Saturday's line-up
from 1 to 2 p.m. will be Fort'
Lauderdale favorite Betty.
Padgett, well-known for her
powerful blues, soul and R&B
vocals.
She will be followed by
Robin Rogers from Charlotte,
Joey Glrrnore trom For Laud-
prdale and blues mandolin
virtuoso Rich DelGrosso from
-Te.as, hvho will be ably
accoinpanied by area
favorite.,. The Nouveaux
HonieS.
Florida.-based blues gui-
arinst Alben Casnglia will fol-
low id offer some sounds
fror is latest nationally
relk SD.
In a rare public perform-
ance, Mr. Murphy will take
the stage, celebrating the 30th
anniversary of the Blues
Brothers first musical release.
During his 60-year career,
1./Murphy has played with
the world's leading blues leg-
ends including Howlin' Wolf,
Memphis Slim, James Cotton,'
Otis Rush, Etta James and
Chick Berry.
-.Suday's; schedule. cfers a
full-day and evening u( blues
birihda\ music and fun.
Florida vswamp blues mas-
. ter Ben Prestage takes center
stage at 1 p.m., followed by
.,te Nouveaux Honkies:
*Cedric Burnside and Lighmin
Malcolm; obf the Juke Joint
ppo frorr Mississippi and the
finky sounds of Alvin Jett &
the Phamoiz Blues Band from
St. L'ouIs.
Slowing out the weekend
will. be the Chris Duarte
Group, who feature Texas
blues-rock, flavored with jazz
and experimental blues.
With a stellar line-up of
rehowned talent, this will be a
"lues extravaganza that has
all the makings of becoming a
major, annual fest, organizers
hope
qTreso\al goers are encour-
ed to bring blankets, lawn
c.lrs and sunscreen, but no
,ler w\ill be allowed.
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leave it alone.

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Welcome the change and
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From' page B2
at 1590 27th Ave.., Vero Beach.
Call (772) 778-5249 or visit ne
www.theemersoncenter.com
* The Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents the exhibition
JON DAVIS: Lost Luggage
through Dec. 21 in the muse-
um's Schumann Gallery.
Admission for this exhibition
is free for all visitors and made
possible by presenting sponsor
Seacoast National Bank.
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found a discarded box of
antique family photographs
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Mr. Davis has taken these
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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 museum is located in
Riverside Park at 3001 River-
side Park Drive in Vero Beach.
For more information call
(772) 231-0707 or visit online
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tions are designed to, stimu-
late the imaginations of
children and foster an inter-
est in science.
Reserved seats arc il-
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adults and $15 fo isrudcnits
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Tickets will also be, avail-
able.on the day of the per-
formance at the ,Waxlax
Center box office from. noon
until curtain, $20 for adults
and $15 for, students 'and
seniors.
The Waxlax Center for the
Performing Arts is located
on the Saint Edward's
School campus at 1895 Saint
Edward's Drive and South
AIA in Vero Beach.

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* Is There a Doctor in the
House? Well, there is at the Indi-
an River County Library's main
branch at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays. A
free series that promotes opti-
mum total health, the library's
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month. These programs are free
but space is limited and registra-
tion is required.,
SThe main branch ofthe Indian
River County Library is located
at 1600 21st St in Vero Beach.
Call (772) 770-5060, Ext 4121
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Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m. "Kopy
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costume parade on Oct. 25.
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Sisters Joalne: Grarlitch,
Eileen Samtrinni' and Liiun
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was all so clever," said Kls.
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dog...woo wof." said the 2-
Sand a half-\ear-;d iple[.
"The bo\s ^\ to be
fireman, the,) itpo pre-
tend," said momrC i Col-
gan.
Other group costumes
included Ernie and Bert from
"Sesame, Sareei-,, a -Picnic
family complete with food
and, insects: de walking
undead: a father as Geppeno
and baby son as Pinocchio
and Shaggy and Daphne
from the TV scenes Scoobv-
Dbo." ,
"This was so grea;' it was
small-town America at its
best," said Ms. Samtmann.
Each.child xNho participat-
ed in the parade received a
goody bag with full of candy
treats.
The popular costumes of
princesses, pirates, cowboys
and angels were all around,
Sbut a few families chose to
Break the norm with original
costumes.
Kaitlyn Albrecht, 6, came
dressed as one of her new
favorite movie characters,
Pippi Longstocking, com-`
plete with perky braids.
"I bought her movie and I
reallylike her," said Kaitlyn.
"I had to sit still a long time,
but I like dressing up and
pretending," she said.
Katie Sherman and Lizzie
Simons, both 11, decided to
dress up as Audrey Hepburn's
Holly Golighdy character
from the movie "Breakfast at
Tiffany's" and Barbara Eden's
character Jeannie. from TV
classic, "I Dream of eannie."
"I've been coming to the
parade on and off since I was
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*The Gallery at Windsor,
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and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sat-
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4 years old," Katie said.
"I've been lots of things,
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even Donald Trump," she
said.
Katie and her mother, Liz
Sherman, went shopping to
thrift stores to find just the
right outfit and accessories.
"She studied the clothes
in detail; it doesn't have to
be expensive to be good,"
said Ms. Sherman.
Joe Stalheber spent hours
building and painting a
wooden train engine so that
his 3-year-old son, Sean,
could be just like his favorite
train, Thomas the Tank
Engine.
"He's a big Thomas fan,"
said Mr. Stalheber.
Sean showed his excite-
ment by ringing his bell and
eating his fruity lollipop.
"He likes it," said Mr. Stal-
heber.
Mayor Thomas White was


glad he served as the contest
emcee and not a judge.
"There were some really
cute costumes out there this
year, the kids were really
great," said Mayor White.
Twenty-six children were
chosen ,to return to the
stage as winners, including
Kaitlyn, Katie, Stone, Kier-
an, Tyler and Sean.
In addition to the cos-
tume contest, entertain-
ment was provided by the
performing arts groups of
the city recreation depart-
ment, the Junior Enter-
tainers, the Little Stars and
the Spotlight Performers.
The girls completed aer-
obatic routines set to
music showcasing their
tumbling, flipping ahd
skills.
"We've always had really
nice crowds and I think
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Obituaries


Florence
Holdredge Irvine
Florence Holdredge
Irvine, 92, of Vero Beach,


died Oct. 9, 2008, at Indian
River Medical Center.
She was born in Mount Ver-
non, N.Y., moved to Vero
Beach in 1976, coming from
Pleasantville, NY.


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daughters, Barbara and Jean;
and five grandchildren.
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Regina Mae Ludicke, 63,
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Loar'- Cross-training of deputies for immigration enforcement

Cii ,;a-h The need-to knock down.bureaucratic walls that inhibit
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Consalo There are approximately 175-200 documented gang members in
Indian River County. Strategy: Deterring youths from joining through
structured youth programs

Loar currently there are "quasi" gang members within our community.
Strategy: Monitor areas where gang members or'potential gang members frequent ,

J '. ;. s i.lt! staff stated:'
Anthony Consalo 'bfin,. a bacheor's degree in economics from Emory University and 14 years of Sheriff's
Oiffie .nite in several supervisory capacities. His commitment to this community is deep and sincere. He also
offers poshith id-as on howto get more officers on the street, and the need to knock down bureaucratic walls
that inhJbi interdepartmental ,'.perialin. Consalo's ,il.Il and experience should be appreciated.

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2008.
She was born in Fort
Lauderdale, and moved to
Vero Beach 30 years ago.
She was an operating
room nurse at Indian River
Memorial Hospital before
opening and serving as
director of the Indian River
Surgical Center in Vero
Beach and most recently
was an operating room
nurse at Martin Memorial
Healthcare Systems Surgical
Center.
She was' a member of St.
Helen Catholic Church in
Vero Beach and the Associa-
tion of Operating Room
Nurses.
She is survived by three
daughters Lori, Carrie, and
Gretchen Ludicke; four sis-
ters, Jennie, Elizabeth,
Frances, and Barbara; and
six grandchildren.
She was preceded in death
by her husband Charles; and
her parents, Albert and Mar-
guerite.
Memorial contributions
can be made to the VNA
Foundation, 1110 35th Lane,
Vero Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Estelle Esther
Lombardo

Estelle Esther Lombardo,
89, of Vero Beach, died Oct.
13; 2008, at the Palm Gar-
dens Nursing Home in Vero
Beach.
She was born in Canada,
moving to Vero Beach in
1990 from Buffalo, N.Y. '
She was the former owner
of ; the Creekside Inn
Williamsville in New York,
' N.Y.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 59 years, William;
two sons, William and
Thomas; and three grand-
children.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Hpme and
Crematory in Vero Beach.
John Louis Gleason
John Louis Gleason, 83. of
Vero'Beach, died Oct. 13,
2008, at the Indian River
SMedical Center.
He was born in Benning-
ton, Vt., moving to Vero
Beach 25 years ago from
Sandusky, Ohio.
Prior to his retirement, he
was a supervisor for the U.S.
government in Ohio and
Michigan for 32 years.
.He served in the U.S.
Army during World War II as
a paratrooper. He was a
recipient of the Purple Heart
and numerous medals.
He was a member at St.
Helen Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife
of 58 years, Mildred; a son,
Paul; a brother, Frank; a sis-
ter, Margaret; two grandsons
Sand one stepgrandson.
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Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home
and Crematory' in \ero
Beach.

Laura Virginia
Conyes Jarrett
Laura Virginia Conyes Jar-
rett, 92, of Vero Beachj died
Oct. 14, 2008. '' .
She was born in Ossining,
N.Y., moving,to Vero Beach
in 1997 from. Stamford,
Conn.
She was an artist and a
school teacher.
She is survived by three
daughters, Pamela, Lauren,
Penny; a son, Robert; five
grandchildren' 'and three
great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions
may be made to one's
favorite charity. ,
-Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

Edna A. Ebmeyer
Edna A. Ehbieyer, 98', of
Vero Beach, died Oct. 14,
2008, at Brighton Gardens in
Port St. Lucie.
SShe was born in New York
City, moving to Vero Beach
in 2003 from Fort Laud-
erdale.
She was of the Presbyter-
ian faith.
She is survived by a
daughter, Doris; a 'on, Wal-
ter; ti\e grandchldreri and
12 great-grandchildren
Memorial con'rihlluon,
may be made :o tlhe Hospice
Foundation, C/6 Titwasurt'
Coast Hospices, 1201 S.E.
Indian St., Stuart. FL 34997.
Arrangements ire iih'r
the direction of Cox Gifo 1i d
Seawinds Funeral Homii aiii
Crematory, Vero Beachil

Rebecca Louise
Hylton jilt
Rebecca Louise Hli Hon.
83, of Vero Beach, died Oct.
I )I n.li, a P:ilm ardeniso'
\.:r.'. Beach ., '
She was bum irt Set'.ee.
Tenn., moving toVero B ch
in 1956 from Detroit.
She was a member of die
Church of Christ in Vero
Beach, and alonPgj time
member of theArlique tto
Club. along wih'&r -us-
band Chuc:k A tl te
Studebaker ClA .Vi
She is surh1gg o0
dsu.,ghters, Nh).1
and \Vanda. a~ lie,
two sisters, C lue
Bogle; a bro rge:
three granlddaur and
Three great-grandsons.
She was preceded in death
/ by her first .hu-b-id.
Charles, her 'second lus-
band, James: and a brotler,
Clay. w
, .Arran enW'tl lt.'' under
th' diituclion of Co.-CGi fbtld-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in 'eroi Beach.

Vera Jones Howard
Vera Jones Howard, 81..'
Vero Beach, died Oct. 19,,
2008. "
She was born in Dowling
Park, moving to Vero Beach
78 years ago. /
She was a member of First
Baptist Church of Vero
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Four points of a spiritual- based life


ife is created from a
series of rhythmic
waves of energy that
keep repeating themselves
through the various circles
of life. We see these
rhythms in the winter,
spring, summer and fall
patterns of the Earth.
We see it daily in the
morning, afternoon,
evening and night patterns.
The supreme law is what we
sow we reap and what goes
around the circle comes
back around multiplied.
The universe holds each
of us accountable for our
own personal actions
through the use of these
dynamic principles. Here is
the best news and hope
eternal for a happy, healthy,
prosperous life while we are
alive on earth.
Every kind of seed wants
to multiply and increase
itself tenfold, a hundled-
fold, thousandfold or mil-
lionfold.
I did a little research on
this law of increase and
found that the average
number of seeds in every
form of unaltered fruit; veg-
etable or physical life is at
least a hundredfold. True,
the botanists and geneti-
cists are able to create
"seedless" grapes, along
with many other forms of
life, by altering the genetic
structure.
My mother used to tell
me not to swallow a pump-
kin seed as it could grow
inside me. Most of us have
heard folklore like this
passed down through the
generations. Why am I writ-
ing about these things?
Maybe because today is
Halloweefi. You never know
(just kidding).
The main reason is to
relate the four points of a
-piritudl-bo~cd life on this
circular law. ,
Over many years of think-
ing, qtudi. meditation, writ-
ing and observation, I have
had the good luck to talk to
tens of thousands of people
of all ages, professions and
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SPIRIT I ..
GUIDE;
JAMES TUCKER -

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philosophies.
From an early age, I have
always been on a quest to
find the deeper secrets and
meanings of life that lie
beyond the earthly hungers
and physical needs. I have
filled .at least a thousand
notebooks with these find-
ings. Many of them have
been lost in time and travel,
but the essence has been
saved and recorded in the
spirit guide columns over
the past six plus years.
Life progresses in an
orderly manner. It's kind of
like one letter follows
another. Then one word fol-
lows another. Next, these
form a sentence, then a
paragraph, a chapter an
article, book or speech; per-
haps.
Another supreme law is
that from chaos comes
order. Gold is gleaned from
the ore. Wisdom is gleaned
from the rocks of knowl-
edge. War is chaos. Order is
peace. It is time now to
reestablish order and peace
in the world.
Here, then, is my obser-
vation of the proper
sequence of life and how it
Should be lived.
The first point of a spiri-


tual-based life is simply to
put spirit first, no matter
what name you call the
higher power, whether spir-
it, light, universe or the
name of your own cultural
theological deity.
Life, separated from the
source is a pretty scary life.
We have to work too hard at
it to survive without nurtur-
ing and help from the high-
er power.
The second point is to put
ourselves second. We are
the goose that lays the gold-
en eggs. Feed the goose and
the eggs continue to come.
Starve the goose and the
goose dies. Put your faith in
spirit first and ask for its
help. It is not selfish to put
yourself second. It's essen-
tial for your survival and
well-being.
The third poiht is family.
When we put spirit first and
self second, it is far easier to
take care of our roots and
family needs, because our
lives are abundant and we
have plenty left to share.
Teach these basic princi-
ples to your children and
they will live outstanding
and happy lives.
The fourth point is the
world and relationships
with others. Try to find
employment with family
and spiritually oriented
people. All the money,
power, prestige, privilege,
education and experience
will not make you truly
happy if you put the world


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My greatest wish is that
you find comfort in these
words and ideas. If you
have, I would love to hear
from you. After all, you, my
friends are the ones who
taught me these priceless
lessons. For them and the
gift of life itself, I am eter-
nally grateful. The sweetest
news is that by using them
in an orderly manner, the
greatest victories are yet to
come. It is our Divine des-
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Indian River Citrus Muse-
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Confederacy and the Early
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daughter, Gloria; two sis-
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grandson.
She was preceded in
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Hello smart shoppers.
It's time to get ready
for Thanksgiving;
therefore, topical recipes
must be repeated.
Pies are almost as impor-
tant as the turkey. You've
just got to make a home-
made pumpkin, pecan and
apple pie with my crust. If
you've never made a pie
before, now's the time.
Many recipes can be
altered to make them low
fat, but low-fat pie crust is
not as good. A truly great
pie crust is high in fat, so
make it rarely, eat it spar-
ingly and enjoy it immense-
ly.
I will give you a very
unusual recipe. This crust
will handle easier than any
other you've ever tried.
For years, making pie
crust frustrated me, as the
crust tore and separated,
until a special lady came


into my life.
When we lived in Con-
necticut, I met an 80-year-
old lady who had a farm.
She asked me to visit and
served coffee and an
incredible apple pie with
the most wonderful crust.
Her heritage and recipes
dated back to the Shakers.
What amazed me was the
bottom crust was nicely
browned, which is hard to
achieve without burning
the pie. She had already
made me a copy of the
recipe, because, as she said,
"I knew you would want it."
The recipe contains
vinegar, which helps the
.crust to brown properly,
and the smell and taste will
disappear as the pie bakes.
It is a large recipe and I
have not found a way to
break it down successfully,
but the dough freezes
beautifully and it will keep


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in the refrigerator for at
least three days.
REMEMBER: Always
preheat the oven for 20
minutes; I recommend an
oven thermometer.
Check out my holiday
cookbook special at the end
of the column.

SHAKER PIE CRUST

This recipe makes two
covered 9-inch pies and
about two pie shells

4 cups white flour
1 tablespoon sugar
1-1/2 teaspoon salt
1-3/4 cups shortening*
1/2-cup cold water
1 tablespoon apple cider
vinegar
1 large egg

*My shortening of choice
is Crisco.

In a large bowl, mix dry
ingredients. Add shortening
and cut in with a pastry
blender, two knives or an
electric mixer set at low
speed until the mixture is


the size of peas.
In a separate bowl, mix
the egg, vinegar and water.
Add to the flour mixture
and mix with a fork until
the flour is moistened. The
mixture will be dry. Do not
add more water.
Using your hands, press
the dough together to
incorporate any remaining
flour. This crust can be
handled and rolled again
and again and it will not get
tough.
Refrigerate 15 minutes or
longer.,Roll out enough'
dough to fit the pie pan,
rolling dough 1/8-inch
thick. Dust the board and
rolling pin frequently with
flour to prevent sticking.
For an open pie, trim the
dough 1/2 inch beyond the
rim of the pan. Fold the
dough under until flush
with the edge and flute the
edges with your fingers, or
press all around the rim
with the tines of a fork. Fill
the shell and follow recipe
directions.
NOTE: You can lift the
dough into the pan more
easily if you fold it in half.

PUMPKIN PIE

A 1 pound can of pumpkin.
will make a large 10-inch
pie. Double the recipe for.
three 9 inch-pies. They
freeze great. Bake first, then
cool them and freeze.


You can substitute
Splenda for the granulated
sugar with excellent results.

1 can (1 lb.) pumpkin
2 eggs
1/2-cup sugar
1/4-cup dark brown
sugar, firmly packed
1-1/2 teaspoon pumpkin
pie spices
1 teaspoon salt
1 large can evaporated
milk (undiluted)

Prepare crust and fit into
pan as instructed above.
Using a large bowl, beat
eggs slightly. Add remaining
ingredients; mix well.
Place the pie pan on a
cookie sheet, then'fill and
bake at 425 for 15 minutes.
Lower heat to 375 and
continue baking for 30
minutes.
This pie is done when a
knife inserted into the
center comes out clean.

PIECRUST COOKIES

Leftover piecrust makes
delicious piecrust cookies.
Save all trimmed pie
dough scraps; mash them
together with a fork,
adding a little water if
necessary to get them to.
cling together.

Piecrust dough
Cinnamon
Sugar


Roll dough intu large
1/8-inch thick rectangle.
Sprinkle generously with
cinnamon and sugar.
Carefully roll, jelly-roll
.style. Slice cookies on the
diagonal, 1/4 inch thick.
Place on a cookie sleet
and bake at 375 to 400
degrees until done, ab'ou
10 to 12 minutes. Cool and
store in an airtight con-
tainer.

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One question I am
frequently asked is,
"Where can some-
one obtain past columns?"
Sometimes people
remember a particular
subject matter I covered a
while ago, or maybe they
missedan issue.
Often I'will get these
requests from people asking
me to e-mail them a copy of
a past column.
In just about every case, I
find the people asking are
surprised to learn that
Hometown News has aWeb
site with an extensive archive
of past columns.
Let's take a look.
Fire up yourWeb browser
and go to www.MyHome-
TownNews.net and take a


look around.
If you enjoy the print
version of this valuable
resource, then you are going
to love what you find online.
Once you get to the home
page, you will see links along
the top that will take you to
the classified section,
information about working
for Hometown News, rack
locations (a great way to find
a copy in your area), a way to
contact the paper and links
for advertising information
and featured advertisers.
Along the left bar, you will
find news links for each of
the counties the paper is
published in: Brevard, Indian
River, Martin, St. Lucie and
Volusia.
Following these links will


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allow you to read the top
stories in each area for the
week, which is a great way to
stay informed, especially if a
story you maybe interested
is printed in an edition that
is several counties away from
you.
Below the county news
link list you will find links to
all of the features and
columns for each week:
classified, rants & raves,


dining guide, entertainment,
etc.
Of course, a link to my
column is listed as "comput-
er/technology."
There are many more links
than I've listed. If you have a
favorite columnist and miss
an article, you can find it
here. Also, sometimes a
columnist's submission for
the week may get published
in one edition but not
another; here's a way to keep
up to date.
One of the great features of
this Web site is the column
archives. Let's say you are
looking for a past issue of
one of my columns. Click the
"computer/technology" link
and this will bring you to my
most recent column. Under-


Plants that look great, need little care


or many of us, garden-
ing is something that
we do in our free time
and in today's fast paced
world, free time is not
always at a premium.
It is often in our best
interest to find plants that
can basically look great and
take care of themselves. I
h1ve compiled a list of some
colorful flowers that will
meet this criterion quite
nic l.
On the top of my list I am.
going to go with daylilies.
Daylilies are very easy to
grow and onlv need mini-
mal care trom the gardener.
Tiese colorful plants are
available in man\ i:olor-
and \arnenes. In fact, there
are 53;450 different named
dal ily cultivars.
Daylilies. like most plants,
ihr e xvell in at least a
parnalli sunny location and
where tiheN\ inll be able to be
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more crucial when the\ are
first planted Once esiab-
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a lot of water if they are
planted in a good quality-
planting medium. If the
area is too shady, they will
still bloom, but there will
not be as much growth with
the plants.
A nice bonus with daylil-
lies is they can be divided
and trans planted to help
increase the coverage
without having to buy new
plants. As the old flowers
become spent, there is no
need to remove them. The
flowers will fall off by
themselves.
The Shasta daisy is
another great choice if you
want a flowering plant that
requires only minimal care.
Shasta daisies have white
petals with surrounding
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Shasta daisies enjoy a
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drained soil. They will not
do well in areas that have
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When planting these
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2 feet apart. It is wise to
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plant to retain moisture,
Water regularly until
established, then once or
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Looking for one of Arlene
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The right bar on the main
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and a calendar.
And, of course, I need to
mention the recent addition
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and the Spirit Guide, too!
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around. The Web master who
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My congratulations to him
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Rays shine on way to World Series


By John MacDonald
Macdonald@hometownnewsol.com
ile Game 7 between
the Tampa Bay Rays
and Boston Red Sox
has been over for about 16
hours now, the smile that has
been stuck on my face
probably will be there for
days.
But who wouldn't be
happy? Especially for a New
YorkYankees fan who would
rather see Mickey Mouse
become president than see
Big Papi's bunch hoist
anotherWorld Series trophy.
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that surely went on, than it
was about a Rays squad that
dropped more than "Devil"
from its name before the
season began. Inone fell
swoop, the organization
seemingly shed a decade of
futility along with it.
For years, the Rays' brass
has preached patience.
Championship teams like
Rome aren't built in a day,
they said. It was a hard pill to
swallow, though, especially
with their neighbors to the
south- the Marlins--
winning twoWorld Series
crowns during their first 11
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Conversely, while the
Marlins achieved m6st of
their success through trades,
and free agency, the Rays
have gone a different and
arguably better route.
Illustrating the point in
perfect claritywasTampa's.
No. 1 draft pick of a year ago
.- David Price celebrating
on the'mound after getting
the final out of the American
League Championship Series
last Sunday.
For a 23-year-old who
started his career in.the hot
Vero Beach sun only a few
months ago, he was as cold as
ice, striking out former
Dodger J.D. Drew on a 97
mph fastball with the bases
loaded to end the eighth
inning.
In the ninth inning, Price
was right again, working
around a questionable leadoff
walk to get the last three outs,
the final being pinch-hitter
Jed Lowrie on a wicked
grounder to send the Rays on
a date with destiny.
Ironically, Price could have
calledVero Beach home a
little sooner had things
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Get ready for Anderson Cup


In keeping with a tradition
started in fall 2003, the
Saints Golf Course at Port
St. Lucie on Morningside
Boulevard is once again
hosting a match play cham-
pionship that is open to all
golfers. The sixth annual
Anderson Cup will take place
from Nov.7 to Nov.' 16.
Originally named the
"Saints Cup," the match play
event was renamed in honor
of late, long-time Port St.
Lucie resident, city council-
man, golf enthusiast and
Saints supporter, Jim Ander-
son.
The match play champi-
onship was one of Jim's
favorite events and one
would be sure to find him
around the leader board,
congratulating qualifiers and
giving his opponents a little
good-natured razzing. His
enthusiasm for the game and
competition is deeply
missed, and his friends and
fellow golfers have kept his
memory and love for the
game and his community
alive with this event.
Now it's your turn to join
the fun and play in a champi-
onship event like no other in
the area.
Most recreational golfers
and amateurs have compet-
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or watched the Ryder Cup
matches, but have never
really played in a champi-
qnship using the format.
SSome may have played in
county amateur champi-
onships, but very few have
enjoyed competition the old-
fashioned Scottish way.
Match play was how the
game was originally contest-
ed. Golfers would play for
each hol; 'the lowest score
winning.Whoever won the


most holes over the 18-hole
match was the winner. .
"Usually you find a match
play event at a private club,"
said Phil Henry, head
professional at The Saints.
"There really is nothing like it
for amateurs who play public
golf. We thought this city-
owned course would be a
good place to get one
started."
The eventwill begin with
an 18-hole stroke-play
qualifier on Friday, Nov. 7.
The low 64 qualifiers will
advance to match play. From
there, golfers will be flighted
Sandmatched against an
opponent. The pair will play
their match the following day,
Saturday, Nov. 8.
The field will be reduced
over the following week, until
there are only four golfers
remaining. The semi-final
matches will take place on
Saturday, Nov. 15, with the
18-hole final match sched-
uled for Sunday, Nov. 16.
The Anderson Cup
Treasure Coast Match Play
Championship is open to all
amateurs, 16 or older.
Entrants can be year-round'
or 'part-time residents of
Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin
or Okeechobee counties.
The entry fee for the entire
competition is $60 and
includes all green fees, cart,
range balls for each round
and prizes. If you advance
past the 18-hole qualifier, this
becomes a pretty inexpensive
way toget in some great golf
in a competitive setting.


On the entry form, you can
select your preference of
starting time for the Friday
qualifier, with groups going
out beginning at 7:30 a.m.
The deadline for entry is
noon on Tuesday, Nov. 4. Tee
times for the 18-hole qualifier
will be posted after 7 a.m. on
Wednesday, Nov. 5.
Winners of each flight will
receive gift certificates. The
winner of the championship
flight gets the prestigious
Anderson Cup. Runners-up
will also win prizes and
perhaps bragging rights over
their golf buddies.
Last summer The Saints
opened its fantastic new
clubhouse and after their
matches, golfers will be able
to swap stories while enjoy-
ing Josef's at-the Saints, a full-
service bar and grill. The
restaurant is open well into
the evening, offering a full
menu including steak,
seafood and other favorites.
Even non-golfers can find a
relaxing spot to wait for their
golfer to finish.
In addition to the new
clubhouse, improvements,
around the course are:
plentiful as well. A tremen-
dous amount of new land-
scaping has been added, with
crushed orange-colored
coquina rock being placed
around trees and flower beds.
The distinct contrast in colors
from the green of the grass, to
the orange rock, to the
colorful flowers adds a nice
touch to the course.
To find out more about the
Anderson Cup, or to have an
entry form faxed or mailed to
you, call the Saints pro shop
at (772) 398-2901.

ContactJames Stammer at
jstammer@yahoo.com.


Club plans first season event


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TREASURE COAST.- The Brown Club of
the Treasure Coast will host its' opening
event of the season on Nov. 22, at 5 p.m.
Alums of Brown and Pembroke from
Melbourne to Stuart have been invited to
gather at Marsh Island inVero Beach to kick
off the 2008-09 season with a bang.


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pared by Elizabeth Kennedy. Music will be
by the Atlantic Bluegrass Band.
Cost is $35, and beer and wine will be
available for additional purchase. Several
interesting events are being planned for the
remainder of the season.

For more information on this event or
membership in the club, (772) 770-2408.


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$750/mo. Make offer.
772-464-1321
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$229,000. Call (home)
386-658-3378 & (cell)
386-208-2589 (fsbo)
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TENNESSEE
Near Gatlinburg; By own-
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& $152/month. Lake ac-
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1-865-621-0435
SOUTH CAROLINA
4 Sale By Owner
Beautiful building tract,
nicely, wooded. Buy Now,
Build Later. Near Lake
Marion, $21,900. Low
Down. Owner financing.
1-803-505-2161

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;ear, 1.95 Secluded
.w/deer, iurPey nogs &
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120acres- 235acres-
500acres' 730acres, on
.Little Salkahatchie River.
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Call owner:
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acres. View, stream,,level
wooded. $86,500 easy to
finish. 828-286-1666
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Hancock Co. 650 Acres,
WILL SUBDIVIDE Owner
Financing, Nd Credit
Check. Deer, Turkey &
Fish. 11br with 11ba
Iodgeo12ac & 8ac lake
404-354-5872
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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
STUART furnished room
& bath. No smk/pet. 45+
female wants same.
Quiet, comm pool, Refs
$500+dep 772-286-8896


HOBE SOUND quiet, 1/1
facing pool. Nice area,
near shops, beach. Ev-
erything included. Clean.
For details 772-708-0731
VERO BEACH: $150/wk
1br w/balcony. Close to
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newly renovated.
$775/mo. pool & gym incl
856-985-8077 ,
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part util incl, CHA, Cen-
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$599/mo 772-643-8826
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- Indian
River Shores. Across
from beach. Corner 1st fl
3/2/1. Pool, pond, wildlife.
Walk to shops. Seasonal
or annual. $1800/mo
917-939-2705
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shops. $750/mo
631-664-5332


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$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013
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Gardens, 55+'1/1.5 2nd
fl. Golf, Pool, Club house.
Cable incl. 1 month free.
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508-505-7425
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$825. monthly New Re-
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pets, modern home with
wood floors thru-out
772-621-8385
Hutchinson Island S
Jensen Beach 2/2/1
recently remodeled,
modern kitchen, family
room, Easy walk to
beach kayak pond. Free
lawn service $1300/mo
Pets poss 772-341-0836


IILEGAL N


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR INDIAN
RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. P2008-0555 -
IN RE: ESTATE OF
THOMAS H. CASHIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of THOMAS H.
CASHIN, deceased,
whose date of death was
August 13, 2008, and
whose social security
number is xxx-xx-8207, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Indian River
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 2000 16th
Avenue, Vero Beach,
Florida 32960. Thb
names and addresses of
the .. personal
representative 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 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 24, 2008.
P e r s o n a l
Representatives:
JEAN P CASHIN
60 Dove Plum Road
Vero Beach, Florida
32963
NORTHERN TRUST, NA
By: Judi E. Beaumont,
Vice President
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 24, &
October 31, 2008


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR INDIAN
RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA :
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. P2008-0560 "
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JANE B. KING,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS.
The administration of the
estate of JANE B. KING,
deceased, whose date of
death was July 8, 2008,
and whose social security
number is xxx-xx-0230, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Indian River
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
,which is 2000 16th
Avenue, Vero Beach,
Florida 32960. The
names and addresses of
the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the
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 dr
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 31, 2008. *
Personal Representative:
RALPH T KING
1045 St. James Circle
Vero Beach, Florida,
32967
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 31, &
November 7, 2008

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Due in our office
Monday at Noon
for Friday Publication
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PORT ST LUCIE 2/2/1
749 SW Tulip.' Tiled, all
appls, most pets ok.
Hugh fenced yard, backs
up to park. $850/mo +
$850 dep 772-461-1897

RENT 1NOW
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

RENT NOW
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, 312/2
Beautiful. Tile, new kit, ss
appliances, w/d. Fenced
yard, poo, Off Gatlin, city
water, $1300/mo No pets
F/L/S, refs 607-278-5430












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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR,,
INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. P-2008-0578
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOYCE R,TEMPLE,
Deceased.
3 NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of JOYCE R.
TEMPLE, deceased, File
Number P-2008-0578, is
pending in the Circuit
'Court for Indian River
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 1028,
Vero Beach, Florida,
32961. The name and
addresses of the
,personal representative
and the ,personal
representative's, attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against .
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is 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 FIRST,
PUBLICATION OF. THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. NOT SO
FILED WITH BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MOR
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this notice is October 24,
2008.
Personal Representative:
David B. Temple
1150 Reef Road, Unit 20
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
William N. Kirk, Esq.
Gould Cooksey Fennell,
PA.
979 Beachland Blvd.
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Florida Bar No. 0619531
Pub: October 24, &
October 31, 2008


LEGAL NOTICE: On,
November 14, 2008 at 8:00
am the following vehicles
will be sold at public auc-
tion for the towing/storage
owing against them,
(1) 1991 Lincoln Towncar
Vin#
1LNCM82WXMY652547
(1)1994 Olds 98 Vin#
1G3CX5213R4303471
Place of: 9010 16th Place
Vero Beach, FL 32966 Fine
Line Towing
Pub: October 31, 2008


VERO BEACH 2br/lba
w/den, all appls., tile &
pergo. Quiet neighbor-
hood. $700/mo +sec,
pets ok! 772-633-2862

VERO BEACH 2/1 Dixie
Heights. Exc. cond. Nice
neighborhood. County
water, FPL, F/L $695/mo
+ $500 sec. Call Agnes
King 1-772-567-0795

VERO BEACH Vero
Lake Estates. Large
2-br/2-ba 1-cg vaulted
ceilings, porch. $750/mo
321-890-6851

VERO BEACH- 4/2
remodeled, fenced yard,
Near High School,
available immediately.
$900/mo 772-532-0752

VERO BEACH: 3/2/2/
pool, 1500. 4/3/2 1150.
Paula Rogers Inc
772-231-9121


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





ST. LUCIE/
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

Larry 772-359-0360



FORT PIERCE 2-bdrrn,
1-bath. Duplex. Located
1216 North' 17th St. Cen-
tral A/C. close to schools,
$500 per 'month. NO
Deposit. 305-304-1453

SEBASTIAN- 2-BR/1-BA
1-cg. Close to schools:.
Porch. Small pet OK.
$750/mo + security.
.772-532-9771

SEBASTIAN: 2br/2ba,
Tile. Close to schools.
Small pet ok. F&S. Sec-
tion 8 Welcome.'
321-288-3938


LEGAl NOTICE: On
Wednesday November
12,. 2008, at 9:360 a.m,:
the following vehicles will
be sold at public auction
:cpa i.:.r t:,wiri. iijr3age
Cwrg g, .l Irthem
'j'ne l1) 2002 SKi VINa
KNAFA1255V5292788
Place of sale: 596 Old .
.l D,, e Highy Il -F ; r
Wrecker Vero
Pub October 31 2008
LEGAL NOTICE: On
Trurida.sn/ rJo.' .im r 1
20L 18. at 9 .:' am the
icil,:29 2 S d t ii:l il be
,e..d 31 pa blepe aut Oclj.r.
,3a I, -r I ow~ r, ,1l o ,i' a ] E
o~,nI Ir. aIed at 7 i Sm
.',ne"|l) 21[(2 irr,' ','lln
I GdZK52712Z 14i 47
Oil D.,e Higltway CU,
HCaY Vero
Pub October 31, 2008
LEGAL NOTICE:
For sale, 2000 Ford F550
1FDAF3CF I11EA'i.35 .
,rinday Neaqe mber 1;
Th8,s unit ;is as.mbld t
3 serlw vehic l Ursil ban
Ole dr, at 'Di OlH D,,ig
HMndal y over BJer, FL,
296o2 Seawine t.hicl will
te ae ,:eplei atl O ,jin a
sld at picaied at 72n tUS
HWY 1, Vero Beach, FL
32962, until 4:00 p.m. on
Friday, November 21,
2008;
Pub: October 31, 2008

LEGAL NOTICE: On
Friday November 14,
2008, at 9:30 a.m., the
following vehicles will be
sold at public auction to
pay for towing/storage
.owing against them:
One (1) 20C1 Foird VIN
1FAFP53U11/ I.3L5054
Place of sal I.:. ctbe 600
Old Dixie. Highway
Florida Towing Vero
Pub: October31, 2008

LEGAL NOTICE: On
Monday November 17,
2008, at 9:30 a.m., the
following vehicles will be
sold at public auction to
pay for towing/storage
owing against them:
One (1) 1998 Ford VIN#
1F.TYR10C3WUC57518
Place of sale to be: 600
Old Dixie Highway
Florida Towing Vero
Pub: October 31, 2008

LEGAL NOTICE: On
Monday November 17,,
2008, at 9:30 a.m., the
following vehicles will be
sold at public auction to
pay for towing/storage
owing against them: .
One (1) 2003 Niss VIN#
3N1CB51D53L802091.
One (1) 1992 Isu VIN#
4S2CG58ZON4343324
Old Dixie Highway-City
Cab -Vero Ve.
Pub: October 31, 2008
LEGAL NOTICE: On
Wednesday November
12, 2008, at 9 30 a.m.,
the following jehles will
be ao lat public auclon
to pay fto n [O ,n.jislorage
owing against them: I
One (1) 1999 Ford VIN#
1FAFP6638XK220050
Place of sale to be: 600
Old Dixie ,Highway
Florida Towing Vero
Pub: October31, 2008


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VERO BEACH 55+
Midway Estates. Furn 2/2
Pets OK. Includes water
$600+ sec Clean
772-468-3627






VERO BEACH-
Office complex 900 to
10k sq ft. Rents from
$12/psf. Owner will ac-
comodate right tenant.
Contact Cheri Phillips








TITUSVILLE MENTION
this ad & get 1 mo Free.
Any size office from 150sf
-4000sf Totally renovated
Beautiful view of Cape
Canaveral. Co' Brokers
welcome. Call Miriam at
954-961-0500



VERO BEACH Vista
Royale 55+. ibr/lba. AC
No smoking. $425/mo
annual unfurn. (includes
cable TV) 772-562-9274
VERO BEACH 2br/2ba
condo downtown. 55+, no
pets. $89,100. Lease
$600 mo. Coldwell Bank-
er Ed Schlitt Realtors,
Mary Doty 772-633-7576
VERO 'BEACI OCEAN
CONDO, 55+, no pets,
furn/unfurn. $108,000 or
for lease seasonally or
annually. Owner/Agent
772-644-7576
VERO BEACH Vista
Royale 55+ 2br/2ba New
interior, AC, best Golf'&
Waterview in :c'ri:,lc
No smoking. ,.:',im.:.
annual unfurn., (includes
cable TV) 772-562-9274





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