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F un with glass

Glass blowing artist
Bejja Naggi buildS< a
ChriStmas ornament
with a reirideer inside at
the Vero Beach Muse- '
um of Art Youth Fun ~
Shop last;Saturday. The
Youth Fun Shop coin. 3~ C ~ &
cides with Contempo-leto ..ibt .... -i-
rary Reflections: Glass
from the permanent

'Cliff Partioinr
staff photographer


Sebastian police


in crackdown mode


Walk to remember

The Alzheimer and
Parkinson Association of
Indian River County, will
host the .fifth annual 5K
"Walk to Remember" at
Riverside Park in Vrero
Beach on Nov. 8-
Registration begins at 8
a.m. and the walk wil
begin at 9 a.m-
There is no fee to partic-
ipate, but a doriation of $20
per-entry is requested. Pro-
ceeds benefit the APA .
For more information,
call (772) 563-0505.

Fellsmere hosts 50th
birthday celebration
The Sebastian Chamber
of Commerce will celebrate
50 years of existence from
Nov.. 14-16, at the
Fellsmere Riding Club
Rodeo Arena at the inaugu-
ralSBlues BirthdayiBa tsts

ar scheduled to p ro
ad vedos fo d ad
arnafts winl boe availaoble.an
.;Tickets are $10 for Friday
and Sunday, and $20 for
Saturday or $30 for ,all

thr ioe Blues Birthday
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birthdaybash or
www.seb astianchamb er.c e
m.


Lylic. director looks back on tenure, ahead to future


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sy lessica Truggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com!
VERO BEACH Despite
a rainy start, a steady
stream of shoppers came
out for the inaugural
Ocean Drive farmer's mar-
ket, across from Humiston
Park( last Saturday.
Customers had their
pick of locally-grown pro-
duce, plants, honey and
breadstuffs. Coffee beans,
frozen ice desserts, coffee
and smoothies, Sicilian
sausages and even doggie
treats were offered.
Fifteen vendors partici
pated in the first beachside
market, which was sp~on-
sored by the Oceanside
Business Association, and
more are expected for the
next one on. Saturday, Dec.
6, event organizer Angie
Schepers said.
toThe pur ose of this was
to add~vitalty t h
b acheside Saread' s i

di te patrons will have
someplace to go on a Sat-
urday morning. It will
comlimeb othea imr e


JWjitEL rPZW) A:'c~)~~~eC
Staff photo by A~ssica Tuggle
JuleS Fink, owner of Maul Wowi Hawaiian Coffees and
Smoothies, prepares a fruit smoothie for Co~urtney Von
Kohnorn, 14, at the Ocean Drive Farmer's Market on
NOV. 1. Fifteen vendors participated in the` first beach-
Side farmer's market and more are expected to partici-
pate in December


By Jessica Tuggle
Itugglel homerownnewvsol.om

VRO BEA-C H After 16i
moths of planig l-
sreuV on and enot rinj


betr tha er n er r
On Oct. 3l. lla\or Tomr
White, airport r om mis-


Eric Menger cu a ceremo-
nial blue ribbon to mark
the re-o~pening of the ter-

"We want this to be a
destmation place, the cen-
ter of Ven:l Beach," said All
Menger, "al place tce Cone
and eat and watch ~l~anes
take off in this beau'tiful
set .Congressmar Dave
Weldon also spokie.
'"Th~is is a great addition
to thd community. It's' kind
of like rivers and roadways
uf al.Ittransiport ton
tremendous benefits," he
said. .


ed that a farmer's market
had finally come to the
beach area.
"I like Tarmer's markets
.because the produce is
plo gnd it's really good

How te sunshine -grew
stronger, so did business at
the. Maui Wowi Hawaiian
See MARKET, A4


ton Park and the new con-
struction going on around
here. It's just another good
reason for people to come
to the beach," said Mr.

SAl ot all of the vendors

wo being fmBy dsrdome S
Lucie counties.
Vero Beach resident
Alice Howard was delight-


Cliff Pardlow/staff photographer
Eric Menger, Vero Beach
Municipal Airport director,
introduces the dignitarieiat
las Fril*"s ermnal aeili-
Catlon.
T .'he construction nearly
doubled the size of thd old
terminal, growirid fromi
about 1.2,000-square-feet
.to more than 22,000-
Isln adiet n, C.J. Can-
Ifon's restaurant, located
Inside thle terminal build-
ing, also expanded from
.abo~t;t3,800-square-feet too
more than 7,000-square-

See GATEWAY, A2


"We've b een very
pleased with the progress
so far," he said.
At least 13 arrests have
been made related to
drug crackdowns. Officers
have confiscated at least
$6,500 in cash, more than
550 oxycodone pills, more
than a quarter pound of
marijuana, 11 grams of
crack cocaine, three

ergi s icho s any- in
Somna, and one vehicle.
"The sale aibd possess
sion of oxycodone is a big
problem nationwidee,;
said Officer Marcinik.
See CRACKDOWN, AS


By Jessica Tuggle
ituggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN Just a lit-
tle more than twio months
ago,-the Sebastian Police
Department decided te;
dedicate one of their own
to spending time tireeding
out illegal drtig activity in
the city and it's working,
"We've been seeing
almost immed ae effect
concentrated, in our city
limits, instead b)f working
only with a county-wide
task force," said commu-
nity policing Officer Steve
Marcimik.


Cliff Partiowv/staff photographer
Allison S~chroeder, 3, held up by her grandmother, Irecin Thornton of Vere Beach, mar-
vels as,she watches glass blowing artist Bella Naggi make a reindeer from a single
blank glass rod at the Vero Beach Museum of Art Youth Fun Shop last: Saturday.


By Shelley Koppel
Entertainment writer
STUART John Loesser
iS BTOadway royalty. The
eXecutive director of the
Lyric Theatre in Stuart is
the son of Frank Loesser,
who wrote "Guys and
Dolls," The Most Happy
Fella" and "How to Succeed
in Business without Really
Tryingg" as well as more
than 700 individual songs,
including "Baby, It's Cold
Outside" and "Heart and
Soul."
As Mr. Loesser contem-


plates events to commem-
orate what: would have
been his father's 100th
birthday in 2010, he is cel-
ebrating his 10th anniver-
sary at the Lyric, planning
for a busy 2Q08-09 season,
a merger with the Treasure
Coast Concert Association
and an expansion of pro-
gramming toMidtown in
Palm Beach Gardens.
This is not a man who
likes to sit still,
He did sit down recently,
his,trademark baseballecap
in place, long enough to
reflect on the last 10 years


and talk about the future.
Mr. Loesser, who lives-in
Vero Beach, is very proud
of the theater he runs. ,
S"My career has taken me
from Broadway to LA to
Wilket-Barre and Char-
lotte, N.C.," he said. '
"Without one bit of hesi-
tancy, I've never had a bet-
ter time in my career than
being here," he said.
"I've run big buildings
and small buildings, but
the rewards of being in a
small community, with a
small community andl
beings as successful as


we've been is unbelievably
rewardingg" he said.
"To see the success we've
had at the lyric is remark-
able and I'm very proud of
it and of the people who've
helped, including board
members, staff and con-
tributors," he said.
"In a county of 130,000,
we have 80,000 people
come through here in a
year. Running -a 500-seat
theater is difficult finan-
cially, but we've run at 97
percent earned income


Calendar B3 Police Report A5
Classified Bil StarScopes BI
Crossword Blo Travel A13
Obituaries All Viewpoint AS


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Hometown News


A2 Vero Beach


Cliff Partlew/staff photographer
An estimated 300 people were on hand for the dedication of the new Vero Beach Munic-
ipal Airport Terminal Building. As they enter the riew building, they are taken back to the
past. by the 1935 Piper Cub, on loan from Piper Aircraft, that hangs from the ceiling.


stands inside a garden that
was created on the outside
of the terminal facing the
runwrays, in memory of
those who gave their lives
during the war.
John Dean, one of the
architects who worked
closely with Mr. Menger
during the project, attrib-
uted his building scheme .
inspiration to God and his
training,
"If you'll~ notice on the
inside, the curved ceilings
and large windows con-
tribute to the spaciousness
and openness of the build-
ing, like the lifting of an
osprey's wing," said ~Mr.
Dean.
Mr. Coxhead repeatedly
complimented the work of


Mr. Mbuger and his hand in
the constructing the build-
ing. .
Mr. Meniger said that he
didn't single-handedly do
all the work, and praised the
"dedicated American work-
ers" who actually built the
building.
Though sleek lines and
large glass windows display
the modern dicor in the
majority of the building, a
piece of history hangs from
the ceiling of the two-story
terminal lobby; a 1935 Piper
Cub airplane on loan from
Piper Aircraft.
"This place can be a desti-
nation for educators as well.
Kids can come and enjoy
this place and learn the his-
tory of aviation in Vero


Beach. It's a new door that is
open now," said Mr. Cox-
head.
County Commissioner
Peter O'Bryan said he was
looking forward to the
future of Vero Beach with
the new termihll.
"Before, we would get
people complaining about
not being able' to ~bring big
businesses to Indian River
County because it didn't
look like a '~first-class town,'
but: now with the hnew hotels
and the Vero Beach termi-
nal, we can show that it's a
great place to~be," said 'Mlr.
O'Bryan.
"We truly are the aviation
gateway to the Treasure
Coast," Mr. Menger said.


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From page Al
"What a tribute to Vero
Beach and to the communi-
ty this place is," said Katie
Stadtm'ueller, a Vero Beach
resident of 12 years.
Ms. Stadtmueller enjoys
eating at the restaurant and
said she loved the spacious-
ness of the terminal and
restaurant.
"It's great to see this place
molded and grown into the
beautiful building that it is,"
she said.
The entire cost of the ren-
ovation, about $6.5 million,
was paid for without using
funds from property taxes,
according to Mr. White.
State funds accounted for
about 65 percent of the cost.
The rest came from busi-
nesses and pilots at the air-

paWhen we would get a call
from a movie producer
looking to shoot here' in
Vero Beach and he'd want it
to be Nicaragua, we (the city
council) knew it was possi-
ble that we should update
our .terminal," Mr. White
said with a grin.
During World War II, the
U.S. Navy used the airport
as, an air station. A sign


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For the past eight years,
Mr. Lynch has rowed from -
Key West to Miami, from
Melbourne to Miami, from
Stuart to Fort Myers and
from Melbourne to Jack-
sonville, effectively rowing
the length~ of the east coast
and across the width of the
state and has raised approx-
imately $130,000 for cancer
research.
"We have been truly
blessed that I've been
healthy and feeling strong,"
said Mr. Lynch.
While in Florida, Mr.
Lynch rows daily in the Indi-
an River Lagoon, but during
the hot summer months,
te Iole te peratr r o


Cape Cod to row.
"Here it gets too hot and
humid, so we come back
when; it's cooler," Mlr. Lynch
said.
The money raised from
the row is sent to .support
the 'International Walden-
strom's Macroglobulin -
Foundation, a non-profit
corporation that is designed
to create awareness about
the disease, conducts
research studies and pro-
vides encouragement and
support to families and
patients with the disease.
The final leg of Mr. Lynch's
row, dubbed The Either Oar
Cancer Siitiiivor Row, will be
See ROWING, A4


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggleahometownnewsol.com
:SEBASTIAN Thirteen
years ago, Bob Lynch
learned he was one of about
1,500 people in the United
States to be diagnosed with
a rare type of blood cancer
called Waldenstrom's
macroglobulinemia that
year and was given three to
seveh years to live after
chemotherapy treatments.
Today, the part-time
Sebastian resident is happi-
ly liviplg with his wife of 35
years, Sue, and has turned
his favorite pastime, rowmng,
into a 'cancer fundraising
endeavor.


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mdrt er Cr iedmrm, ni
18-fotot dtou em r win dory
son, the CEO of Little River
M ne going to be a great
;time, it's been a long jour-
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Orthopaedic Center of Vero Beach
1285 36th St., Suite 100, Vero Beach
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no knowledge, of the mar-

downt wn tnd I sw ehi
out here," said John Kelly.
Mr. Kelly and his 14-
week-old Lhasa Apso, Yogi,
enjoyed visiting the market
and seeing the variety of
products for sale.
"It's really a welcome
addition to the community
and it's in a great place for
foot traffic ... and I like that
it's dog-friendlyr," Mr. Kelly
said with a smile.
Kristin DiPentima, retail
manager of Hale Groves in
W~abasso, worked with the
OBA to get the farmers mar-
ketoves ispt aonchar veH or
.for the market.
"We've been with the
development since the
beginning and we're really
excited to be here at the
farmers market," said Ms.
DiPentima.
Ms. Schepers was
extremely pleased with the
turnout and positive com-
ments, and called the event
a "great success."
Because of the encourag-
ing response, the OBA
decided that beginning in
January, the farmers market
will take place on a weekly
basis, instead of once a
month, Ms. Schepers said.
"The vendors want to-be
here every week and so does
the public from all the com-
ments I've heard," said Ms.
Sch t kmg'
market and hope lots more
people will come on out,"
she said.


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attempting to row down the
Gulf Coast because the
waterways are not con-
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Market
From page A1
`Coffee and Smoothies tent.
Jules Fink, owner, has
.been going to farmers mar-
kets and other community
events since starting her
business about six months
agp.
"This was a smart move. I
think Vero really needed it,"
said Ms. Fink.
CourtneyVon Kohorn, 14,
enjoyed her fruit smoothie
as her parents visited all of
the vendors.
"We came out here today
to really support the local
gi"ow w andea fa no s
supporting local efforts and
the local economy," said
Craig Von Kohorn, Court-
ney's father.
The proximity of the mar-
ket was very attractive to
Merrin Metcalf and her
daughters Molly, 7 and
Jenna, 11.
"I like it a lot," said Ms.
Metcalf.
"It's really nice to have
something closer. to home.
We would go sometimes to
the one in Fort Pierce, and
the girls liked it, but this is
closer so we might come .
more often," she said.
The bustling activity even
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King Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
battery on .a pregnant
woman.
*Jean Pompee, 23, 930
23rd Place Southwest, V~ero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
resisting an officer without
violence. *
*Catherine Crosier, 42,
2752 Whippoorwill Lane,
Vero Beach, was charged
with two counts of third-
degree theft.
*Joseph Michael Archer,
38, 455; 13th St., Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance and a
misdemeanor charge of
driving while license sus.
pended ivith knovil~edge.
*Norie L. Davis, 22, 8585
64th Ave., Vero Bjeach, was
charged with lewd or las-
civious exhibition. ..
. Kelly T.' Blackmon, 24;
4055 41st Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged. with lewd or
lascivious exhibition,
*Robert Cutler Sr., 58,
2613 E. Cayuga St., Tampa,
was charged with obtaining
property by nicans .'of
worthless check, uttering a
forged check, grand theft
and criminal use of person-
al identification informa-
tion,
*Debra Lanier Rowe,, 51,
6535 52 Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with tyo
counts of possession of
zanix without prescription,
possession of.oxycodone
without prescription, tam-
~pering with physical evi-
dence and a misdemeanor
charge of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*William Andrew "Andy"
McCann, 29, 498 Hazel St.,
Sebastian,' was 'charged
with possession .bf a
firearm by a convicted
felon, falsely impersonat-
ing a law enforcement offi-
cer, possession of a firearnt
on school property and a
misdemeanor- charge, of
unlawful. use of police
badges or insignias. '
*Sherry "Sheree" Trout-


Cracdown

"It is a highly addictive
pain-killer and it is often
highly abused," he
explained.
Officers have also halted
the progress of a marijuana
cultivation operation.
Th'e most recent arrests
included Robert Coe, 23, of
1054 State St. in Fellsmere.
Mr. Coe 'was charged
with trafficking in oxy-
codone, possess .andlor
possession with ihtent to
distribute cocaine, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and tampering with
or destroying evi ence.
According to investigator
reports, Mr. Coe would
drive people to visit a doc-
tor, pay for their visit and
prescriptions and, in
return, he wotild. receive
half of the prescribed pills
to sell for himself.
The arrests were made
with the help of neighbor-
ing Vero Beach police offi-
cers, Iridian River County
deputies aid lK-9s, somle-
thing Officer Marcinick
says is invaluable.
. "We woik together as, a
team. Our officer initiates
the investigationn but he
can't do it all alone," Offi-
cer Marcinik said.
He is confident that their
investigations will contin-
ue to be successful and
that citizens will be proud
of the work their police
department is accomplish-
ing.
"Dr~ugs ultimately lead to
other crimes," said Officer

"People don't realizE~ it
sometimes, but it goes
much further than just pne
individual," he sakii.iia

activity in your -n'eighbor-
hood or wish to report any
criminal activity, call the
Sebastian Police Depart-
ment at (772) 589-5233,
Ext. 8582 or call 'Treasure
Coast Crimestoppers fat
(800) 273-TIPS. Tipstbrs
may remaigzanonymous.


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

Stephan, Loukas: Mattes,
28, 185 8th Ave., South-
west, Vero Beach, was
charged with driving while
license suspended and a
misdemeanor charge of
driving under the influ-
ence.
*Damien Matthew
Lopez, 28, 8,10 Eighth St.,
No. 72, Vero Beach, was
charged with burglary and
a misdemeanor charge of
criminal mischief.
*, udith Anne Minerly,
23, 1135 32nd Ave., South-
~west, was charged with
carrying a concealed a
weapon, carrymnga
weapon while engaged in a
criminal offerise and a mis-
demeanor charge of prosti-
Stution solicitation.
*Timothy Michael Kil-
I bourne, 25, 1506 S.E. Hill-
top St., Jensen Beach, was
charged with burglary and
a misdemeanor charge of
Domestic battery.
*Jerome Davis Jr., ~38,
3435 49th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses.
sion of cocaiine and misde.
meaflor charges of posses-
sion of cannabis and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.

Indian River Coun ~
Sheriffs Office

* Jefferson Springer, 42,
10325 92 St., Vero Beach
was charged with burglary
of an occupied dwelling
*Emantlel Derrick
Miraglilo, 30, 5013 EINueve
Ave., Fort Pierce, was
charged with burglary of a
dwelling and third-degree
grand theft.
*Robert Jason Robb, 18,


615 26th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with two
.counts of burglary of a
dwelling. ,
*Anthony Bruce Strickc-
land,' 25, 5485 85th St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
criminal mischief.
onathan Edward Hills-
man, 24, 3942 Lincoln
Drive, Vero Beach, was
charged with grand theft
auto and a misdemeanor.
charge of battery.
*Melissa Silver, 27; 491
12th St., .Southeast, Vero
Beach, was .charged with
four counts of second-
degree petit theft.
*Melissa Anne Powell,
46, 929 Louisiana Ave.,
Sebastian, was charged
with violation of probation
and grand theft.
J ustin Thomas Freehill,
29, 55`1 Poplar St.,- S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged with
Felony battery.
*David Paul Farless, 31,
7835 15th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with driving
under the influence and
refusal to submit to testing.
.* Raul Duran Foiseca, 54,
10994 Southwest 38th Ter-
race, Miami, was charged
with grand theft and pos-
session of burglary tools.
*Lakenzie L. Brown, 22,.
4536 33rd Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with aggravat-
ed battery domestic vio-
lence. .
*Coleen Marie Cahill, 26,
156 46th Ave., Vero Beach;
was charged with two
.counts of'sale or delivery of
oxycodone, three counts of
unlawfully~ selling a, drug,
two counts of possession of
oxycodone and trafficking
in oxycodone. ,
*Robert Timoth~y
Thompson, 22, 540 Eighth
Place, Vero Beach, ivas
charged with violation of
probation, dealing in
stolen property and grand
theft.
*Neil Boyd Ours, 20,
13670,77-Court, Sebastian,
was charged with aggravdt-
ed assault.
*Craig T. Walker, 30, 3980


*Karen. Lisa Conley,' 34,
8373 Turner Camp Road,
Inverness, was charged
with driving under the
influence impairment with
priors.
*Mark Anthony~ Miller,
26, 352 Perch Lane, Sebast-
ian, was charged with four
counts of possession with
intent to sell cannabis and
five counts of sale or deliv-
ery of cannabis. .
*Lachon M. Lewis, 38,
4290 32nd Ave.; Vero Beach,
was charged with aggravat-
ed battery with domestic
violence and: a misde-
meanor charge of criminal
mischief.
Daniel Lee Presley, 41,
5090 33rd Ave., Vrero Beach,.
was charged with operating
a vehicle while driver
.license revoked and as, a
habitual offender. He was
also charged with a misdle-
meanor traffic charge for
refusal to sign a citation.

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*Falitha Sonoy Spann,
34, 1262 Port Malabar
Blvd., Palmn Bay, was
charged with possession of
a controlled substance,
possession of stolen prop-
erty and misdemeanor
charges of possession of
cannabis; possession of
drug paraphernalia and
giving a false name to a law
enforcement officer;


man, 29, homeless, ,was
charged with aggravated
.assault. .
ohn Berry Stiverson,
47, 1910 Woodland~ Circle,
Vero Beach, was charged
with aggravated assault.
*Earl Mathew Driggers,
32, 10585 20th St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
sale' of a controlled sub-
stance aind possession of a
controlled substance.
*Markeria Roshawn
Hillsman, 21, 4465 31 Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with possession of cocaine
With intent to sell or deliv-
er.
*Antonia D. JTidon, 24,
4465 31 Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine witl~inte~t
to sell or deliver,
Daniel D. Riley, 4?, 353
Emerson Drive, N.W., Palm
Bay, was charged with two
counts ofworthlessc~hecks.
*David Carey Jenkins, 48,
1105 37th Ave., Vero Beach,
ois charged wvith tree r
counts of secondt-degrree
petit theft'.
oe Lester Denson, 30,
4103 37th, Drive, Vero
Beach, was charged .with
driving while license sus-
pended habitual offender
and fleeing and eluding.
*Donald Gibson, 26,
1640 North 42nd Circle,
Vero 11each, was charged
with resisting and officer
with violence, resisting an !
officer without violence
`and obstruction.


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SCapitalism is dead

SCapitalism is dead in American. In the old system, a busi-
iness either made it or folded. Now we are in a system where
ithe government will bail them out. What's next, a socialist
Form of government?

Who is that woman?

Why as taxpayers can we not find out the name of the
woman who was paid by Congressman Tim Mahoney? We
jare the ones that, paid her way to Waishington and pay her
wages. Who is this woman? She deserves as much publicity
ias anyone else.
SEditor's notee* It has widely been reported that Patricia
:Allen, a former campaign staffer for Rep. Tim Mahoney, was
"M S, ";aferRep.eM hney fiehe (ari Cona edi
jto having an affair with a high-ranking Martin County off i-
icl however the name of that woman so far has not been
Idslsd.

i More on Maholiey

What's` going on with Tim Mahoney? Why cad't he just
~keep his zipper and mouth closed? He had a good job and
has ruined it'by being a pig. Ilm relieved that there is finally
~a woman who is willing to divorce this public figure. She has
~more wits about her than Hillary

Back to welfare?

This is fo~r you Bin Ladin, HItssein and Obama nuts out
-there. We are going right back to a welfare system that helps
those that don't want to work. I should know; I've lost
almost everything

NOt eVer One is ille 8) .

What makes people think that illegal aliens are working at
construction sites? Can you~ tell by looking at them? How
can you tell by looking at skin color if someone is here legal-
lyT or if.they ar~e illegal? You can't tell'b~yskin color or accent.
~ow bigoted..

Take care of the youth

SWe need to reclaim our youth, not by violence or hate, but
b~iy compassion. We need to help them by taking care of their
families and show other countries that we are willing to take
care of our youth.

Be ready to check out, :

:~Why is it, when you are in a store, in a long line, cus-
tonfers never have their money ready when it's time to pay?
~This happens especially with women. Nobody cares about
your life. Hurrjr up!

Ufifair 10 change dress code

SThe school system has changed the dress code. This hap-
pened after the school year began It's ridiculous. It should
ben otd that whoever made this choice never hold another

Understanding petty theft

It seems with th-e amount of crime that is hapjpeming,
niost people are at a loss of how to ~make ends meet. It's sad
that people feel the need to rob and steal.
Usually, I have no tolerance for those types of crimes, but
I find myself feeling sorry for those who are trying to feed
'beir families. It's nearly impossible to get food stamps, and
it 40-hour a week job just doesn't cut it anymore. I think I'd
turn a blind eye to the man or woman who was taking bread
or milk.
What I have no tolerance for are those who steal from
their neighbors. We are all struggling. We need to pull
together and fight this depression as a fused nation. Stab-
bing a neighbor in the back only incites the type of behavior
that causes riots.



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Reducing holiday season stress


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food as well. Give horne-
made gifts, narrow your list
and agree only to buy gifts
for the childreli or find some
other way to inaniage
expenses.
Perhaps a family gift
exchange, where each
person buiys for one other
person, will work for your
family. Maybe you could all
donate gift money to a .
wvorthy cause. If you get into
debt, you'll be dealing with
the bills and the stress for
months to come.
If you shop early, you can
spread the spending
throughout the year and get
things on sale. You can give
pretty IOUs that promise
gifts of yourself: walking a
friend's dog, babysitting and
other things that dodt cost
money, but are from the
heart.
Children can give them to
parents and parents to kids:
a dayin the park, a trip to
the zoo or the beach, a ,
special day just for that-
child. .
*Plan ahead. Get~ a plan of
action going before the
holidays start. Decide when
you'll shop, when you'll
cook, when you'll entertain.
Plan menus and make
shopping lists to cut down
on runs to the store~at the
busiest times.< .
*Learn to say no. Only
agree to do the things you
really want to do, unless it's


impossible to say no, like to
your boss. Don't say yes to
every request and don't feel
guilty about saying no.
Forget bemngperfect.
Your domestic diva should
take a hike. So the cake falls,
the kids act up, your
mother-in-law criticizes
everything. You do the best
you can. Kids will remember
happy times, not perfect
cakes. Latigh about it and
inake a funny Story. Maybe
let them help bake a new
one, or make easy-bake
cookies, instead. Who cares?
Don't try to do it all, either.
Have guests bring a dish or
decide not to make every-
thing from scratch. Older
kids can help, too.
If you asked a lot of adults
what they reinember about
the holidays, it usually
comes down to fainily, both
good and ba~. What people
remember are experiences.
Maylie you won't find the
"perfect" gifts or cook a
"perfect" meal, but if you
enjoy the holidays, taking
pleasure m ithe things you,
do and not worrying about
the things you cad't do, your
family will enjoy them, too.

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.


The holidays are
Supposed to be times
J.of joy, but for too many
of us, they have become so
stressful that we dread the
reminders that~the holidays
are coming
SSince the retail season
seems to start ever earlier,
we have more than enough
time to worry about the
things we need~ and want to
do. .
While some holiday stress
may be inevitable, there are
some "stress-busters" that
can help youi keep the level
of stress down so that you
can enjoy the holidays
more.
We all play an expectt-
tions game, those we set for
ourselves and the ones we
feel from family and society.
We want the holidays to be
Hallmark memories and
Kodak illoments, and the
reality is that human beings ,
'dodit always act and react
the way we'd like them to.
Experts at the Mayo Clinic
suggest several things we
'can do to make the stress
Level manageable and to '
keep from getting over-
whelmed and depressed,
*Acknowledge yoir
feelings. Ifyou are grieving
it's normal to feel sad. I .
know that this will be a
difficult time for me and I
am scaling back plans to
avoid getting overwhelmed.
I don't plan to send a lot of


ALIVE .
& WELL
SHELLEY KOPPEL


cards and give a lot of gifts
this year; I'm not up to it.
Don't force yourself to be
happy just because it is the
holidays. However, you may
feel better if you seek
support from friends, the
community, religious
organizations or charities
that help others. Helping
others often makes us forget
Our own problems and out
* them in perspective,
*Be realistic. As families
change and grow, traditions
may change, as well. If your
entire family can't be
together anymore, invite .
friends to join you for the
day. Share phone calls, e-
mails, horne videos, digital
photos (or the old-fash-
ioned kind) to stay close to
family that's far away.
*Set differences aside.
This is not a good time to
discuss long-standing
problems. Everyofte is
stressed and everyone
should try to ignore small
problems and let things go.
*Stick to a budget. Before
you shop; decide how much
you can afford to spend on
gifts and entertaining.
Budget for decorations and


and you're aware that it's
happening.
What about if you want to
clear the history list (where
your Web addresses are
stored) or what ifyou've
made a mistake on a form
end now every time you go
to type that same field the
incorrect information .
comes up before the correct
data? What do you do then?
Well, the controls for this
remarkable form remem-
bering feature can be found
in the Internet options
section of Internet Explorer.
Let's take a look, shall we?
Launch Internet Explorer
and then click the "tools" .
menu. Then click "Internet
Optionss" The Internet .
options page opens with the
"general" tab in front. It's on
this page where you can set
your start or "home" page,
or even clear your cookies or
temporary files.
Be cautious here, though.
Deleting your cookies can
cause some sites (such as
banking or portal sites) to
forget who you are and
make you sign up all over
again,
Next, let's click the
"content" tab. Here you will
find a section called "per-
sonal information." It is in
this section where we can
turn on or off the auto
complete feature (in case
you want to disable it or


maybe you told it "no" when
it asked and you now want
to turn it on).
Click the "auto complete"
button and you are present-
ed with a number of
options: you can use auto
complete with Web address-
es, forms, user names and
passwords. You can even tell
it to ask you if you want to
save passwords instead of
automatically saving them
for you; useful if other
people use your computer.
Made a mistake ori a form
field or two and want to
clear them out so you can
have it come up correctly?
Click the "clear forms"
button and all of the form
fields that it has remem-
bered for you will be
forgotten.
Now, go back to that pesky
field that was always coming
up misspelled and enter it
right. Of course, you'll have
to enter all of your other
form data, but that's easy
enough, just enter it asyo
encounter it and the
computer will remember.
Take a look around at
some of the controls. You
-may be surprised at just how
much control over your
browser you actually have.
Seanz McCarthy fixes
computers. He canz be
reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThis~n-
line.com (nlo hyphens).


ne of the nice
Features that you may
Have noticed about
your computer is its
uncanny ability to remem-
ber where you've been and,
what you've typed before.
Log into the Internet, type
a Web address in the address
line of your browser and hit
enter.
Then, after visiting other
Web sites, go back and start
typing that Web address
again, and you may notice it
remembers and the address
appears in the address pull-
donm rnenu. Click on it, and
off you go.
Or how about any time
you've filled out an online
form?
On Windows machines,
you may get a message the
first time you enter informa-
tion online asking, "Would
you like to turn on auto
COmplete?" Click yes, and
nOw the computer will
remember everything you
type into online forms and
preSent them, when
appfOpriate, in a clickable
pull-down menu form.
For instance, let's say you
8[6e On the Internet and you
Want to order something
online. You get to the order
form page and start entering
your name shipping
address, e-mail address, etc.,
into the form and (since this


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your first time ordering
anything online) you have
to fill out eachi field manual-
ly. You finish filling out the
form, place your order and
everything's fine.
Now, as you surf the
Internet, you come to
another online form.
Perhaps you are ordering .
flowers online or booking
travel arrangements to
Hawaii (wouldn't that be
nice?). Notice that this order
form is asking most, if not
all, the same questions as
before. As you begin to fill
this form out and enter your
first name in the first name
box, you notice your name
appears as soon as you start
typing. Same thing happens
when you fill in your last
name.
You'll notice that all of the
fields that you filled in
before (as long as the fields
are named the same as on
the Web page where you first
typed) automatically appear
for you, so you can just click
and press tab to tab to the
next field. It makes entering
the same information a
snap as long as it's turned on


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resource. coordinator for
United for Families, said
almost 100 families in Indi-
an River, St. Lucie, Martin
and Okeechobee counties
were sponsored last year.
United for Families is an
umbrella organization
concerned with child wel-
fare that serves abused and
neglected children
For many of the families
with biological and foster
children, the state subsidy
they receive doesn't cover
living expenses, let alone
Christmas presents, Ms.
Tate said.
"Come Christmas time,
it's very difficult for these
foster families," she said.
Those who participate in


the Christmas program to .
help ~those families can
remain anonymous or they
can directly deliver the
gifts. .
Although participants
are only expected to buy
gifts for the foster children,
some have provided pres-
ents for all the children,
she said.
SOthers have bought
items for the entire family,
such as a new television or
a microwave oven, she
said.
Ms. King said sponsors in
the past have been very
generous.
One year a sponsor
bought the children MP3
players, she said.


"Wi~e've have been
blessed with some nice
people."
While she buys the chil-
dren clothes and other
necessities, items such as
MP3 players are what the
children really want for
Christmas, she said.
Many foster children
have previously lived in
homes where their parents
did not give gifts or even
celebrate the holiday, Ms.
King said.
"They really never had a
real Christmas," she said.
"They're longing for that."
She and her husband
have strived to provide that
See FOSTER, A8 :


By Jay Meisel .
Meisel@hometownnew~sol.com
TREASURE COAST For
one Port St. Lucie family,
Christmas can be an
expensive holiday.
Not only do the Kings
buy gifts for their two chil-
dren, they also want their
three foster children to
experience the holiday.
"We try to do the best we
can," said Krista King. .
But without the help of
the United for Families
Adopt a Family Foster
Good Will Program, they
wouldn't be able to buy the
children what they really
want, she said.
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out swings," said Sydney.
Councilman Ryan Bitann,:
of Sebastian River 'ligh`
School was adamant about
cutting funding from/ the.
police department b'e /use'
he feels that police q f~ersf
aren't doing-their jobs jand;
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Ironiedl-y, whenase
About their favoritepotn
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hard wbrk, even though~ you,
think it's easy," said Wejndy,:
a fifth grader at Pelican:
Island Elementary Schdol.
In addition to touring th~e
facilities and visiting with.
Police, Chief Jim Daivs, stu-
dents were able to visit the:
dispatch -office insid$.thei
Sebastian Police Depart-
plent and some listened to
the dispatcher field Falls
from` officers.
Dispatch operators \!are
invaluable to the police
force, Detectiire Eric~
Antosia said.
During the mock colmcil~
meeting, the students were
faced with the task of pro-'
viding services to citizens:
with less revenue from local;
* property taxes and fewiied
personnel. The council'
decided, to raise taxes
rather .than. cut back ort
spending or take fulnds
From reserves.
"It~will help the city a lot
and it's what we need,' said-
acting Mayor Chris Jones,.
The students also partici-
,pated in a ~mock president
tial election, voting Baracki
Obama anid Joe Biden into
office, much to the chagrin
of several teachers.. \
See.STUDENTS, A10


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jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN Emma
Albrecht waited expectantly
in her black chair for the
meeting to begin, so she
could. use her 'recently
acquired skills as the Sebas-
tian city clerk-
After reciting the Pledge
of Allegiance.and observing
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Island Elementary School,
started the roll call of the
mock city council meeting
during the annual Sebast-
ian Student Government
Day on Oct. 29. r
"It was' scary," said
Emia.
"I was nervous because
there were .a lot of people
watching and we were on
TV, but it was fun," she said.
Sixty-eight students from
Pelican Island, Treasure
Coast and Sebstian e~lemen-
tary schools, Sebastian
River Middle, Sebastian
Charter Junior High and
Sebastian River : High
School, participated in stu-
den~t government day, said
Debbie Krueger, city of
Sebastian htiman resource
director. .
The children learned
about various aspects of
city government, including
how the police department,
planning and zpning,,pub-
lic works, finances' and city
council work.
Despite having a great
time participating in city
governance, ~Emma doesn't
think she'll pursue a politi-
cal career. ..
'tNo, I think maybe I'll
study space," said the fifth-
~grader.
The members of the
mock city council meeting
were chosen froni each of
the schools.
Councilwoman Sydney
Turner from Sebastian Ele-
mentary was very vocal
during the meeting, asking
the council to seriously
consider the improving the
grounds of Riverviewii Park.
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so there's less anthills and
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Man! pote-ntial foster
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Jenny; ~three brothers Fran-
cis, Bob and John; two sisters
Molly and Sue; and three
grandchildren.
Memorial `contributions
may be made to the VNA
Hospice Foundation, 1110
35th Lane, Vero Beach, FE
32960. .
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gif~ord-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.
Richard~~ Le otr
Richard Lee Foster, 6


died Oct. 23, 2008.
He was born mn Clay City,
Ind., and lived in Vero Beach
for 43 years.
He is survived by his wife,
Hilda of Vero Beach; two
sons, Graham and Grant
and seven grandchildren.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Riverside
Church Missions Fund,
11205 Roseland Road,
Sebastian, FL 32958.
Arrangemlenits were han-
dled by .Strunk Funeral
'Home arid Crematory in Vero
Beach.


Oct. 24, 2008, at the VNA
Hospice House in Vero
Beach.
She was born in Sanford,
and moved to Vero Beach in
1948 from Miami.
She worked for the city of
Vero Beach.
She is survived by a daugh-
ter, Susan; 'two granddaugh-
ters, Stephanie and Shannon
and two great granddaugh-
ters, Lilla and StellaRose.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, J.H-
Memorial contributions
may be made to theVNA Hos-
pice Foundation, 1110 35th
Lane, Vero Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gif~ord-
Seawinds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Verg Beach.


She was born in Buffalo,
N.Y., and lived in Vero Beach
since 1946.
She was a homemaker,
president of the women's
missionary council and a
charter- member ,of Central
Assembly of God.
She is survived by her chil-
dren, Dorothyr, Judy, David,
Paul, Mark and Elaine; grand-
children, Julie, Whitney,
Mark, Bretton, Tyler and
Caleb?; great grandson, Gavin;
and eight brothers and sis-
ters.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, David.
Arrangements wer-e enztrust.
ed to Strulnk Fumeral Home
and Cr~ematory in Vero Beach.


Lawrence
Edward Stork
Lawrence Edward Stork,
55, of Vero Beach, died Oct.
22, 2008, at the VNA Hospice
House.
He was born in Taylorville,
Ill., and moved to Vero Beach
five years ago from Mattoon,
i.
He was a radar technician
for Communication Interna-
tional in Vero Beach for the
Past five years. ,
I-e attended St. Helen
Catholic Church in Vero
Beach.
He is survived by two sons
Shane and Bryan; a daughter,


Doris M. Scholz
Doris M. Scholz, 82, pf
Vero Beach, died Oct. 23'
2008 at Indian River Medical
Center.
She was born in White
House Station, N.J., and
moved to Vero ~Beach in
1985, coming from Holly-
:wood, Fla.
Prior to her retirement,
she was a bookkeeper.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 60 years William;
two daughters, Constance
and Debbie; a son, Robert; a
sister, Mary; five grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifcord-
Seawmnds Funeral Home and
Crematory in Vero Beach.

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the balcony to install seats
people wanted to sit in. We
got far better ticket sales.
It's been very successful."
This year the Treasure
Coast Concert Association's
Ovation Series has merged
into the Lyric programming
and Mr. Loesser is excited
about the increase in classi-
cal music that ~will come to
the Lyric. For 2008-09 four
artists, including violinist
Joshua Bell and tenor Salva-
tore Licitra, will come to
town.
"The Lyric didn't do clas-
sical music in order not to
collide with, the Ovation
Series," he said.
"With the 'series becom-
ing part of the Lyric famiily,
under the guidance of Ernie
Berlin, we will now include
it in our regular program-
ming and lwrablemtio expand
include more events and to
truly develop the educa-
tional component in addi-


tion to our discovery pro-
gram for school kids.
"We hope to develop
workshops and residencies;
with our resources and
Ernie's passion and expert-
ise in the classical world,
we'd like to develop a con-
tinuing classical presence
on the Treasure Coast."
Another new venture is
an expansion of the Lyric
season to Midtown in Palm
Beach Gardens. Six per-
formers, including Liv-
ingston Taylor, The
Kingston Trio and Colin
Hay will expand the Lyric's
market.
"The Borland Center The-
ater~ at Midtown is a very
good theatrical space and
our schedule is so full, we
have more than 300 events
a year," he said.
")We thoughtmie proorda b
ming of shows we wanted
to do but had no room for
and wve wanted to maie


people in our southern
reaches more aware of the
programming the.Lyric pro-
vides,
"The Lyric will never get
bigger, so our only choice is
to look beyond the walls of
the community we serve.
We're very excited about it."
And what of the Lyric's
regular season? Mr. Loesser
is excited about returning
favorites, such, as Three
Redneck Tenors and Toel
Grey and about first-timers
such as Tommy Tune and
Dixie's Tupperware Party.
However, it's the Belly-
dance Superstars that realljr
get him going.
"I think they're going to
be the surprise home run of
the year," he said. "It's an
absolute hoot."

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Pearrls
Continued from Oct 31st
Cultured pears were not a new
concept. The third-century
Gileek writer Philostratus
described how the Arabs appar-
ently "made"~ pearls by opening
oysters, pricking their flesh- until
liquid flowed out, then pouring
in into special molds where' it
would harden into beads. Since
at least the fifth century Chinese
people had learned how to
place little lead medallions of
the Buddha on the inside sur-
.faces of lives freshwater mnus-
sels, then put them back into the
wt ad tdhme tr epmato bui
Mikimoto- had other things tO
wonry about. On several occa-
sions debt collectors were
knocking at his door and he had
to stay away to work with his
experiments. Then in 1892,
Toba was hit by a."recitide." Still
he did not give up. Which was
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limeter square of the frilly man-
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through good ticket sales,
the generosity of donors,
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This is a fundraiser for The
Homeless Family Center in 4
Vero Beach and Eldercare I
within the church;. Funds will '
be matched by Thrivent.
For more information, call
1772) 567-8193, 8 a~m to
noon. T~he church is located at
900 27thAve., Vero Beach.

CalVary Baptist
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The church is hosting a
monthly Senior Fun Day
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at noon. Featured guests for
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A soup and salad lunch will:
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5047.


mation, can1 772) 589- 7825.

King's Baptist Church
*Awana, a Bible-based
program with extra empha-
sis on Scripture memory for
children age 3 through the
6th grade is held every
Wednesday evening at 6
p.m. Teens in grades 7 -12
are invited to X-treme Lives,
a time of worship and small
group Bible study, on
'Wednesday evenings from
6-7:30 p.m. Adults Bible
study begins at 6:30 p.m.
every Wednesday-
*Young adults are invited
to the new "20 Something"
class at 9 a.m. on Sundays.
The Bible class focuses on
issues and challenges facing
young adults as they contin-
ue education or start a new
career; it meets in room 125.
SundayWokship Services are
held at 9 a.m. and10:30 a.m.
with an evening service at 6
p.m. At 5 p.m., children in
1st through the 6th grade
are invited to participate m
Children's~ Choir where they
learn basic music skills and '
performance of songs and
musicals. They meet mn the
Awana Auditorium; every-
one is welcome and there is
no cost
NJewcomers are~ a~lway;s
welcome at King's Baptist
Church, 3235 58th Avenue,
Vero Beach,
.For additional informa-
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visitwww.kingsbaptist~org .

Unity Center
Of Vero Beach

*On Wednesday, Nov. 12,
women of the community
are invited to an evening
filed with sewing, laughing
and learning. At 6 p.m.
share a potluck supper and
from 6:30-9:30 p.m. create
Prayer Aprons to show sup-

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Please bring a covered dish
and fabric donations will be
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Celebration is held at 9:30
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Newcomers are always wel-
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beach; the church is located
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For more information, call
(772) 562-1133 or visit
www.unityofvero.com.

Redeemer Lutheran
Church

The churcitis having a Ger.
man dinner on Nov. 8.
Authentic. German food,
beverages, music, Chinese
auction, and a 50/50 raffle.
Tickets are $10 for adults,
~$5 for children 6-12, and
macaroni & cheese and hot
dogs free or children under 5.
Carry out from 3-4 p.m. Din- i
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Immanuel Church

*Support grouplcele-
brate recovery, a support
group for hurts, habits and
hang-ups meets every
Thursday at 6 p.m. for din-
ner, 6:45 p.m. for meeting.
Donations are accepted for
dinner.
*Celebrate Recovery is a
Biblical 12-step program
that provides help for hurts,
hang-ups, and habits. Din-
ner starts at 6:15 p.m. and is
optional; $3 donation-
Meeting starts at 7 p.m.
For more information, call
(772) 562-3185. Immanuel
Church is located at45558th
Ave., Southwest, Vero Beach.

Riverside Church

hlOpeen paye setn i
ndoo to 2 p~m. You are wel-
come to come to the church
m~d pray as long as you
Want. On Tuesday evenings
at 7 p~m., the Men's Group
meets for discussion of the
Word and fellowship.
*Oneighty Youth Group,
an evening of music, fun,
uime ,afd Bb rs cse a
grades 6-12 begins at 5 p.m.
every Wednesday. IAdmis-
sion is free and free trans
deportation is available in the
Sebastian area.
*Mpact Girls' Club, a
:Christian club for' grls in
kindergarten through 12th
g~rade. meets at the church
,6:30 p.m., Thursday evening
meetings. The girls learn
about cooking, camping,
craftS, community, mis-
sions, friendship, ove~rcom-
mg peer pressure, careers,
and purity.

Rangers,Chn of AeR ca
largest and foremost adven-
ture, camping and mentor
ing programs for boys and
froung men in grades one
through t Idve, meets 6
*Sunday Worship Service
is held at 8:15 a.m. and 10:45
a.m. Kingdom Kids for child
dren in grades K-5 is held at
thk:same time; this progra~nt
includes-Bnible-le~ssons kids
c~an understand and apply
to their lives plus games
prizes. '
Newcomers are welcome at
Riverside Church, located at
11205 Roseland Road, 2
miles westof U.S.1i, in Sebas-
tian. For additional in for-


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fach Thursday, a

called the Roselandgo o uian P"
Music Guild, meet at
the historic Roseland
Community Building.
Sue Wicihowski of
SVero Beach leads the
group on her accor- ,..
dion to the 'Coffee .'
Party Polka.'


STAR SCOPES'
James Tucker
Week of 11-07-2008:


Aries-Mai-ch 21-April 19 i
Y ~u've done it again, Aries.
Whenever the storm clouds
rise, you know just vith~at to.
do to help your friends make
it through the storm. There is
clear sailing ahead. You have
free reign. You know the
direction. Keep a strong
focus on the top priorities.
.Refuse to let worldly stuff
Distract you from your main
purpose. Dare, act and y)ou
Swill succeed.

Taurus-April 20-May 20.
You can't change the` past.
You can however, learn from
it, bless it, forgive it as need-
ed and release it. Now your

Reew ahea >and et nomd
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fun` and get in the ~holiday
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things to get in the way don't



Gemini-May 21-June 21
it's hard' to keep a Gemini
Down for long. You always
want to do two things at
once. Keeping focused physi-
cally and mentally is a chal-
lenge right now. In another
week, the 'planetary influ-
ences will be more positive
'for you and you will feel bet-
ter about, life. The guardian
angels are there to protect
you when your trust and faith
shirie through.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
The key to success is direc-
tion. You must keep working
on your main projects. Keep-


you know. It's also important
to spend quality time with
family. This recharges you.
and helps keep you strong in
other areas of life as well. A'
very healthy approach.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Seit works. Taking time for
fun thirigs has psyched you
up and you are feeling better.
Take action on your main
plans while you are on this
natural high. The odds of
success are in your favor.
Your power of communica-
tion is especially strong night
now. When you speak, others
listen. Why? Because you
speak from your heart.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 22
Recent changes are begin-
SSee SCOPES, B8


.Cliff Partlow/stall photographer
Jackie James, a full-time resident of Roseland, keeps
the Roseland Music Guild humming, even in the sum-
mer when most of the members are up north. Last
~Thursday, nearly two dozen musicians joined together,
.like they do every Thursday, at the Roseland Commu-
nity Building for their weekly jam session.


Cliff Partlow
staff photo raher


with soap opera stars-
"The celebrities we flew
in were major soap opera
stars. with loyal followings,
but who weren't on talk
shows. Arid they loved to
get away to a resort area.
"That's what we have
here inVero Beach. We have
a beautiful area with beach-
es, golf courses and other
amenities. We have an
incentive to get name stars
to come here (to film
movies, etc.) and then enjoy

See STUDIO, B7


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH "Hooray
for Hollywood, that screwy,
ballyhooey Hollywood!"
That Johnny Mercer lyric
was .from a 1937 movie
which to this day, cele-
brates Hollywood as the
center of the movie-making
industry. .
But th.l i g soon
.change, awaclrding to a local
entrepreneur.
Tim Pipher of Melbourne
Beach' is hoping to steal a


little thunder from those
Hollywood hils with the
opening of Southeastern
Studios in Vero Beach. .
The state-of-the-art, high
definition filming facility is
.located on Old Dixie High-
~wayt just a~ few hundred
yards north of the St. Lucie
iCounty line. And while the
brand-new building is
somewhat nondescriptly
.~tucked next to an industrial
building and adjacent to
Florida East Coast railway
tracks, the technology
housed inside could make


Southeastern Studios a
leader in the television and
film industries.
The road to building such
a high-tech film facility may
seem like an unlikeljr path
for Mr. Pipher, who earned
a master's degree in busi-
ness administration from
the University of South Car-
olina.
However, the former
Toronto native became
familiar with television as a
medium to advertise his
Fort Myers'-based invest-
ment firm. He did so much


television advertising, he
bought a small television
station in that city to fur-
ther promote his and other
businesses.
"I sold that station to go
to Hilton Head (S.C.) arid I
started a television station
there," Mr. Pipher said.
The station was a recon-
v: erted movie theater, which
seated about 300. for live
.atidiences..ad became the
set of the Tim Pipher talk
show, a Jay Leno/David Let-
terman-type` show, whicli
featured live interviews i


duction debuted in 2001 and
opened off-Broadway in
200?.
The show is directedlbyBill
Castellino of New York City, .
who returns to Riverside
Theatre for his fourth stint.
During a recent rehearsal
'break prior to the opening,
he spoke about the show and
his delight at returning to
Riverside.
"I'm loving this Florida
thing and THI be back doing
'La Cage aux Folles' after
Christmas.
"The productions here (at
Riverside Theatre) don't hap-
fien just because of the lead-
ership here, but also because
there is a cultural mandate
from the people of this com-
munity and that's so fortu-
nate," Mr. Castellino said. .
"The Last 5 Years" is'a pri-


vate glimpse at the relation-
ship between a struggling
actress and ari upwardly suc-
cessful writer. ,
Cathy's starts at the end of
their marriage while Jamie's
story begins on the day they
met. '
"This piece is challenging
because the timelines are
crossed and you have to pay
attention. Its' provocative,
and unique structure chal-
lenges me as -a director to
unravel the complexity of the
story and reveal how the
writer chose to tell it," Mr.
Castellino said. '
"The composition of it is
so gorgeous, and the music is
beautiful. These are modern
people and a modern hap-
pening. Divorce is not a stig-
ma the way it was and it
reflects the fabric of what


we've become in the last 20 ~
years," he said,
. The show's theme, the
birth and dissolution'oof a
romantic relationship, is
something audiences know,
Mr. Castellino said.
"We examine our own hives
through all kinds of self-help
and other things. We want to
know what these characters
are thinking, not just feeling.
"Part of that dynamic is
that a relationship is not a
'solved' coriditiori, but rather
like garden that you need t> ~
nurture in order for it to
grow. Entering into a life
partnership requires life trigi
lance," Mr. Castellino said.
The story reveals the wayis
the coirple's original pledge
of commitment transitioned
See PLAY, B8 .


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
It's a wrenching tale of the
birth and death of young
love. Using a unique cross-
over timeline that chronicles
the five years of their rela-
tionship, each party tells
their side.
"The Last 5 Years," a one-
act musical written by Tony-
Award winner Jason Robert
Brown ("Parade," "Songs for
a New World"), is the 2008-09
Second Stage premiere per-
formance that opened Nov. 1
at Riverside Theatre in Vero
Beach.
Performed in the intimate
setting of the Waxlax Stage,
"The Last 5 Years' stars Julie
Tolivar as Cathy and Kevin
Reed as Jamie.
The original Chicago pro-


Photo courtesy of Stephaie
LaBella
Kevin Reed and Julie Toli-
var of 'The Last 5 Years '
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located at 6230 77th St., Vero
Beach, by calling the shelter
at (772) 388-3331, Ext. 18

La Leche League
meetingS scheduled
La Leche League is a non-
profit organization whose


mission is to help mothers
breastfeed through mother-
to-mother support.
The La Leche League of
the Treasure Coast meets in
different locations from
Palm City to Sebastian.
Mothers with their nurs-
ing babies, and mothers-to-
be, are welcome-


For directions to meetings,
or more information, call
Sbphy at (772) 233-1883.

Youth center
5901(5 Support
The Gifford Youth Activity
Center is looking for 20 indi-
viduals, businesses~ or
organizations willing' to
make a three-year commit-
ment of raising $20,000 per
year to keep the center's
success ongoing. Any assis-
tance will make it possible
to continue these vrorth-
while programs.
For additional informa-
tion, call (772) 794-1005 Ent.
34. Gifford Youth Activity
~Center is: lcated~ at 4iP75
43rdAve., Vero Beach.

Atiuatic claSSOS
at cO~ef e
The North County Aquat-
ics Center' is okering aqua-
riautics, a water fitness,class,
designed to strengthen anl ?
firm muscles, improve car-
dio and respiratory function
and increase flexibility.
Other benefits include
better balance aind coordi-
nation. Participants benefits
from the water : with: less
strain on th'e bones and
joints. Exercise movements
and are choreographed to
music. The classes are
offered Tuesday~ and Thurs-
day 10-11 a.m.
The fee is $4 per class or a
punch card is available for
~eigth classes for $20
For more information, gall
(772) 581-7665.


PreSOntatioRS 08
the Internet
The Indian River County
Extension Service now offers
presentations on the Inter-
net.
See presentations, created
and narrated by agents, on
agriculture, environmental
horticulture, pond mainte-
nance, irrigation, 4-H and.
,stormwater pollution Visit
the Web site for updates.

0 gaizatio wII
recycle itemS
Keep Indian River Beauti-
fulis asking local businesses
and individuals to donate
unwanted, reus-able mate-
rials to the ReUse Exchange
SCenter.
Items such as styrofoam
egg cartons, craft supplies,
til'e (full or broken pieces),
cigar boxes, neckties,
Clothespins and wine corks
in addition to fabric and
paint chip samples.
To make a donation, drop
o6ff items at the ReUse
Exchange Center mn Sebast-
ian~onTuesdays.
Reusable items can also
be dropped off at Habitat for
e nor RsoourcU Aso itio
on 6th Avenue and; 14th
SStreet inVero Beach.
To shop for ~free reusable
materials, visit KLRB's ReUse
Exchange Center; located at
1255 Main St., Sebastian, or
~call (772) 388-5472. U.S. 1,
Vero Beach, FL32962
For more information, call
(722) 794-0601 or go to
www.mckeegarden.org.


Society offers tips on
disaster planning
The Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian River
County has published a new
brochure on disaster plan-
ning for petowners.
The brochure covers top-


ics including pet identifica-
tion, determining if you and
your pets live in a surge
zone, pet supplies needed if
someone must evacuate
with their animals and how
to create a pet fist aid kit.
The brochure can be
obtained free of charge by
visiting the Humane Society,


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downtown Vero Beach,
.was originally built In
1903. It is on the Nanion-
al Register of Historic
Places, and is open Mlon-
day through Friday from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Visitors
can tour the exhibit cen-
ter, and get a glimpse of
the local history from
prehistoric times
through World War II.
There is a ri'odel train
display that offers
panoramic views of his-
torical sites in Indian
Itiver County. The Rail-
road Station is located at
2'336 14th Ave., V;ero
Beach. For more infoir-
mation, call (7"72) -'."8
3435.
*Indian River County;
Historical Society' is
housed in a 1903 Ye;r
Beac Tana d a, nand-
day and Friday, 10 a.m.- 1
p.m., at'2336 14th Av'e.,
Vero Beach. For more
information, call .(772)
778-3435.
*Indian River County.
Historical Society pre-
sressrthe artifacs stes
Indian R versC e lyer-

provides a map and
directions to sites of his-
toric interest 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.-1 p.m., at 2336
14th Ave., Vero Beach.

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Calendar


WEDNESDAY,
NOV. 19

*"An Excellent Busi-
ness Plan" workshop on
from 10:30 a.m. to noon
at the history meeting
room at the Indian River
County Main Library. The
workshop is free, but due
to limited seating reser-
vations a~re re-quired. For
more information, call
(772) 567-3491, Ext. 110.

ONGOING EVENTS

*Pelican. Island
National Wildlife Refuge
host guided beginning
bird watching tours on
Saturday from 8-11 a.m.
The volunteer-guided
tours will visit Bird's
emp ndmentp Tra I d
tennial 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/pelicanislandley
en*taliary-American War
Veterans, Post No.3 and
Women's Auxiliary,
located at 2500 15th Ave.>
.Vero Beach, holds bitsi-
ness meetings $t 7 p.m.,
on the second Wednesday
of each mont~h. Social
meetings are held at 6
p.m., on the fourth
Wednesday of 'the
month. New. members
welcome. For informa-
tion, call (772) 231-5673
or (772) 770- .chRail

road -Station, located' in


FRIDAY, NOV. 14 -
SUNDAY, NOV.1 I

*Blues Birlthday Bash
at the Fellsmere Riding
Club Rodeo Arena locat-
ed 2 miles west of I-95
exit 156 (CR 512) at
13101 99th Street,
Fellsmere. Parking is
complimentary. Seats are
provided. No coolers
allowed. For times and
directions, call (772) 234-
4412.

SATURDAY, NOV. 15

*Dasie Bridgewater
Hope Center presents
"Evening of Hope" start-
ing at 5:30 p.m. at The
:Club at Pointe West, 7500
14th Lane, Vero Beach.

o/$2 pe c~oupplre.peor
more information, call
(772) 589-3535.
*The Sun Up Center of
Indian River County is
hosting its annual treas-
ur'e sale, from 8 a.rn. to 2
p.m. at the Sun Up Cen-
ter, located at 2455 5th
Street, inou i nt F r
(772) 770-6626.

MONDAY, NOV. 17

*The Alumnae Associ-
.ation of the College of
Saint Elizabeth is host-
mng the inaugural meet-
ing of the Treasure Coast
Cha ter
Alumnae are invited to
gather at the Vero Beach
Mitseum of Art at 11:30
frhibiguided tour ofhthe
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is no admission charge
Sand donations are appre-
ciated. Light refresh-
nients are available. The
Heritage Center is locat-
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Beach.
*Vero Beach Museum


of Art -features exhibi-
tions of international,
national, and state
importance 'are shown
throughout the yrear in
four galleries. The muse-
um 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 information,
call (772) 231-0707
*Vero Beach Gree~n
Market is held every
Tuesday from 3-7 p.mn.
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"
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The market is located at'
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and 21st Street in front of"
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visitor" pdedae aoguphe
Indian River Lagoon and'
enjoy nature at its tropi-:
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phins, manatees andl
exotic birds. The guide is.
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participants. For mor'e
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and preserves .the arti-:
facts, photographs and
memorabilia of the p~io-s
neers' who tli nabihd
Citrus fruit in the world J`
Open Tuesday through.
Friday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., inai
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diverse botanical collec-'
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restored architectural:
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are available Tuesday
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closed Mondays and
major holidays. Admis-
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for seniors and $3.50 for
Children. It is located at
350 U.S. 1, Vero Beach. It

l roary and af For mor
information, call 1772;)
794-0601, or www.mckee-
garden.org.
*McLarty Treasure
Museum features treas.
uresentdis eed sfrmp
wrecked in 1715, off of5
I""s"" ;over Cout'
week froin 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Admissio~nis $1 for ages 6
years and older. Located
at 16180 A1A, Vero Beach,
north of County Road
510. For more infor~ma-
tion, call (772) 589-2147.
ORCA: Enjoy the Oslo
.Riverfront Conservation
Area, 350 acres along the
Indian River Lagoon in
southern Indian.. River
County. The trail system
takes you through a vali-
ety of distinct -natural
communities. A. canopy
of live oaks, orchids, wild
coffee bushes, mangrove
wetlands and wildlife are
part of the experience.
There is a bird watching
observation platform and
tower and the "Awesome
Pine," the largest slash
pine tree in the world.
Park is open daily from
dawn to dusk, with week-
ly and monthly-guided
nature walks. There is: no
admission :charge. For
*more information, call
(772) 778-7200, Ext. 173.
Environmental view-
ing area gives a close-up
view of' manatees and
other wildlife ~during the
winter toonths. Limited
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7 20 ounce cans sliced
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4 cups sugar or 1/2 sugar
and 1/2 Splenda sugar
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'3/4 cups dark brown
sugar, packed
1-1/2 tsp.salt
1 cup flour
1 tbsp. cmnnamon
1/2 tsp.nutmeg
Juice of 1-1/2 lemons .
2 tbsp. butter or butter
substitute for each pie

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3 large eggs
1 cup light corrrsyrup .
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons melted
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S2-1/2 teaspoons vanilla
SDash of salt
1 cup pecan halves or
pieces (pieces make it
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1 unbaked deep-dish 9-
inch pie shell

Using a whisk, beat eggs
slightly. Add next five
ingredients, then pecans.
Pour into pie shell.
Bake on a cookie sheet in.
a preheated 400-degree
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and continue baking 30 to
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When a female Cata-

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dndian Riaffm Count as ahlions
about her was different.
~Nicknamed "Jenna" by
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dog with the merle-and-
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eyes was found wondering
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known for dog fighting.
When staff examined Jenna,
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scars.
:After reviewing X-rays,
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Jenna received is "signature
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thte veterinary surgeon who
Iierformed it would immne-
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our area who could have
performed this type of spe-
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An addition Iure for, stars
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greatest dreams coming true.
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proper respect. You can do aill
this and more. Why? Because
you work so hard. You are on
the right track. You deserve
the best because you give the
best.

Sagittarius-Nov.22Z-Dec. 21
You function best'when you .
are able to dp what you love.
You are a high hearted per-
son. It will soon be your time
as the zodiac leader. Venus in
Sagittarius gives you~ an emo-
tional edge and is preparing
you to bring us safely into the
holidays. Get a lot of the little
things done so your spirit and
mind can stay sharp on all
the fun things to enjoy.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Setting priorities is a major
key to your future success.
.Put your faith and trust in the
universe, not so much in oth-
ers. Take life one day at a
time and you will feel the for-
ward movement. Life contin-
ues to bless you. Your nurtur-
ing of cithers is paying off.
Your natural vision and
rhythm will continue to bless


and move you forward.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb.a 1
Your greatest gift is your
strong spirit. Your natural pas-
sion for life is contagious for
those around you. It- rubs off.
You always have a kind word.
Your feelings run deep-
Sometimes you try to do too
much. No reason to burn out
now. When you tire, take a
.break, get a second wind and
then move forward and on to
victory.
Pisces-Feb. 19-M~larch 20
Your energy, is stronger this
week. The moon in Pisces
gives you an edge in heart
energy. A healing is taking
place. Your natural open
heartedness will let the heal-
ing continue. This positive
flow of energy will give you
plenty of pep and will keep
you going through the holi-
days. Your capacity to do
what you love is legendary
you know.
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"This story is a real
examination of growing
apart. The break-up is not
event-centered but rather
the way life. unfolds for.
people who find that all
the commonalities they
once had are no longer
there. Suddenly, there's an
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into and out of the rela-
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"I want the audience to
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went wrong. I want then
to ask, 'who's fault was it?'
and 'can we really assign
blame?" Mr.* Castellino
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The depth of that jour-
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entertainment, is what
makes -live performance
so special, he said.
'lArt is supposed to`
enhance our' lives in
meaigu d ats no just
mance is a living art form
a~nd it will never happen
the same way twice. The

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Riverside Theatre's artis-
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noted that this: show is
perfect for the intimacy of
the Waxlax Stage.
"The material is a little
deepeP and a little richer
because the audience is
(sitting) so close," Mr. Cor-
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Mr. Reed and Ms. Tolivar
are attractive, seasoned
performers, of the -stage
arid television with not
only glorious singing voic-
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rehearsal, all the hope,
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for you. You don't worry as
much as you used to. You are
more at peace with yourself
and the world. You have a
renewed sense of purpose.
You are sensing things
around you more. Keep up
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months.

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gives others the benefit of the
doubt. Your mind is sharp.
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Recognizing the need to
establish a safety net for
children who age out of the
foster care system at mid-
night on their 18th birth-
days, Mrs. Schneider and
her husband, Bob, are co-
chairing a capital campaign
to build a co-ed Youth Tran-
sition Center on the same
campus inVero Beach as the
girls' group home.
To date, they have raised
$2.5 million toward the $5
million to build the facility,
which will provide a safe
haven, teach life skills, pro-
mote independence and
prevent homelessness.
For more information,
visit the magazine's Web site
www. traditionalhome. com.
For mor~e information
about the Children's Home
Society of Florida, call (772)
489-5601,Ext248.


to New York City, where they
will be honored at the Clas-
sic Woman awards gala on
Nov. 10.
In addition, Children's
Home Society will receive a
contribution from "Tradi-
tional Home." Whinners will
also be featured in the
November, 2008 issue of the
magazine and on the maga-
zine's Web site.
For the past 10 years, Mrs.
Schlieider has served on the
board of the Children's
Home Society. Through her
efforts, a girls' group home,
Baines Hall, in Vero Beach,
was built for. 12 girls, ages
12-18, who have fallen
through the cracks of the
foster care and adoption
system. The girls are victims
of physical or emotional
abuse, lack self-esteem and
basic social skills, and face
an uncertain future.


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH "Tradi-
tional Home" magazine has
chosen Vero Beach resident
Marta Schneider, a long-
time Children's Home Soci-
ety volunteer, who mentors
abused and neglected teens,
as one of its 2008 Classic
Women awardees.
The award is granted
annually to outstanding vol-
unteers who make a pro-
found difference in their
communities.
Mrs. Schneider was cho-
sen as one of five winners
out of a field of 500 national
nominees by the "Tradition-
al Home" editorial staff as
women "who truly are
changing the world one day,
one person at a time.
The winners each receive
a three-day, two-night trip


management and weed
control. Part II will be held.
on Nov. 22, from 10 a.m. -2
p.m. Topics to be covered
will be nutrition and feed-
ing; health diseases and
vaccinations; horseman-
ship; and equipment s~afety.
These workshops will be
held at the Indian River
County Annex Building,


1028 20th Place, Vero
Beach.
These classes are part of
the Indian River County
Extension Small Farms
Series for 2009 and are free
to the public,
Space is limited, so pre-
registration is required. Call
(772) 770-5031 to pre-regis-
ter.


For Hometown News
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
S- The University of Florida
Indian River County Exten-
sion Service will be offering
a two-part series on horse
management.
Part I will be on Nov. 13,
from 7-9 p.m. Topics to be
covered will be pasture


hecense.
Adult Education will offer a
variety of holiday cooking
classes that will be held on
. Saturday. A four-hour class
on how to prepare a Thanks-
givinig meal will be held on
Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Cost is $81.' Students will all
prepare the meal and eat it in
class and then take the
recipes, notes~ and cooking
techniques home to replicate
the meal for loved ones.
Other classes include, din-
ner to go and kid's night out,


cooking with mom or dad,
holiday feast and fesh
seafood.
Check a schedule for times,
dates and course fees. The
course schedule is available ~at
the office, at area libraries and
on the Web at www.indian-
riverschools.org.. Adult Edu-
cation, a division of the Indian
River County School District,
is at 1426 19th St., downtown
Vero Beach.
For morerinformation, call
(772) 564-4970.


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY-
Adult Education of the Indian
River County School District
is oilering free GED prepara-
tion classes.
The classes are set up so
students can work at their
own pace in a small, comfort-
able and quiet setting.. GED
classes are available at the
Adult Education School in
Vero, Sebastian:\River High
School and at the new site at
the Simon Mall.
The next practical nursing
program is scheduled to begin
in August 2009.
An informational open
house will be held on Jan. 12
at 6 p.m. and Feb. 11 at 6 p.m.
in the cafeteria at the Adult
Education School,; Gifford
campus, located at 4680 28th
Court inVero Beach. Students
who are interested willbe able
to register ($35 non-refund-
able fee) at the open house.
Attendance atone ofthe open
houses is mandatory for those
who wish to apply. Students
must be atleast18 upon com-
pletion of the program) to sit
for the practical nursing
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The choice of location is
the result of a cooperative
effort between the health
department and Humane
Society and serves the dual
purpose of offering Indian
River County residents
affordable human immu-
nizations, while also provid-
ing members of the~ com-
munity with the
opportunity to meet the
shelter's many wonderful
animals available for adopj-
tion, apply for free spay/
neuter vouchers and/or
obtain free pet ID tags for


their pets.
The following immuniza-
tions will be offered:
influenza ($28); pneumo-
coccal ($45); tetanus/
diptheria ($30) and tetanus,
diphtheria and pertussis
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Medicare billing for flu
and pneumococcal vaccines
is provided, however any-
one belonging to an HMO
must pay for their own vac-
cine and file for reimburse-'
ment on their own~.
For more information, call:
(772) 794-7479.


For Hometown News
liews@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH -The Indi-
an River County Health
Department will hold a pub-
lic flu, pneumonia and
tetanus vaccine clinic at the
Humane Society of Vero
Beach and Indian River
County on Nov. 12, from 1-
2:30 p.m.
The clinic will be set up in
the Humane Society's Edu-
cation and Training Center,
located at 6230 77th St., Vero .
Beach-


nhese ctdnsae Kaher
Broxton, lan Kowalski, Nico-
las Raasch, Brooke
Snellings, Andrew Sullivan,
and Jake Thickman.
:Thirty-five students uai
field for the AP scholarly
award by completing three
or more AP exams with
grades of three or higher.
The AP scholars are: Allison
Barkett, Teran :Bartz,-
Chelsea Bohannan, Elise
Brawnier, Alexandria Can-
rion, Julie Cupka, Victoria
Damutz, Christopher
Davidson, Kristina Durr,
James Fichtelman, Charles
Gould,' Aileen Graef,. Victo-
ria lohnson, Co rey Kav.Noel
Kreger, Ryan Lambert,r
Joshua. Lalhlothe, Sarah
Martini, Nathan Mlartice;i
Jenna Mcdorrison, KriSrin
Meyer, Rachel .Miles, TennM
Molander,' Susan Mloorei;
Alissa .Motrein, Kelly Mlor
gan, Julia Morris, Sarah1
~Piper, Kristen.Rocha, Sarah
.Sarnoski, Alyrsa' Skok, Jason
Suen, Dana Sutherland,j
Robyn Taylor and Jeremy~
Wynn.

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Check, Visa, Master Card .
or Paypal accepted, or visit
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Scol hr stuet qul
scholar award by earning an
average grade of four or
higher on a five-point scale
on all AP exams taken, and
grades of four or higher on
eight or more of these
exams. These students are:
Allessandro Bordoli, Mil-
tonGuy and Donald McCul-
lough.
.Eleven students qualified
for the AP scholar with dis-
tinction award by earning
an average of at least 3.5 on
all AP exams taken, ~and
.grades of three or higher on
five or more of these exams.
These students are: Jillian
Askcren, Carson Banov, Alli-
sort Bazinet, Allessanidro
Bordoli,:Caitlin DeRousse,
Milton Guy, Donald McCul-
lough, John Narozanick,
Chris O'Bryan, Nicholas
Stock and Phelan Tinder.
Seven students qualified
for the AP scholar with
bonor award by earning an
average grade of~at least 3.25
on all AP exams taken, and
grades of three or higher on
four or more of these exams.


VERO BEACH Fifty-
three` students atVero Beach
High School have earned
Advanced placement schol-
ars awards in recognition of
their exceptional achieve-
Sment on AP exams.
The College Board's
advanced' placement pro-
gram provides motivated
and academically-prepared
students with the opportu-
nity to take rigorous col
lege-level courses while still
in high school, and to earn
college credit, advanced
placement or both for suc-
cessful performance on th~e
AP exams. .
About 18 percent of the
1.6 million student's iAvorld-
wide w~ho took AP exams
performed at a sufficiently
high level to also earn an AP
scholar award. ~
The College Board recog-
nizes several levels of
achievement based on stu-
dents' performance on AP
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-Call Classified


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772-4601795
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and sell that boat!
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SPHYNX KETT~EN Male 5
'mnths o a fcton t
shots. To good home
only.5750772-s-564-098
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and sell that boat!
8)00823.0466


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VERO BEACH :55+'
Midway~ Estates. Furn 2/2
Pets OK. Includes water.
$600+ sec Clean
T/2-468-3620


VERO BEACH: Vista
~Gardens,. 55+ ill.5 2nd
fl. Golf, Pool, Club house.
Cable incl. 1 month free.
Hepts tcks. $5751mo








StimlR s
cheek to




Owner will
help finance.


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PORT ST LUCIE Brand
New Windy Pines. Avail
fu ihe 2ordnfru ihed

Pul at TI 7 28624or
PORT ST LUCIE, 3/12/2
.Beautiul. Tile, new kit, ss
appliancs wld F ne

doeto 95ne gh ~ia
$ 00mo27o ot FIL/S,
PonT sT LUClE.
Newport Isles 312/2
$1290tmo. Neutral 'tile
upgrades. backs to
Clronen tt 195 an~d





:VISR US AT


ST.WUCLIE1
FtPe rce area

WEATHERB~EE

VS Own

2 Bedrooms $725-$775
orSIO4,000

AvFumMed M

1221 E
Weatherbee Rd

Larry 7712-359-0360

VRO BECH s ai u
(deni, offace game room)
eve:2 et landscae
rllled cin ets ene IC
boe schoolsR mall. nlg~h lr
59600mo 772-778-3825
772-532 2905


FORT PERCE- 2-Ddrm.
1 ~ahN p elx. L ed
tral AIR. cose to schedis;
D50:e 3m 3t NO
SEBASTIAN- 2-BR/1-BA
lch. CIos ~to s hool .
$b750Imo + secuity
TI2-532-9T71
SEBASTIAN: 2br OR
3brl Tdle Close to
schools. Small pel ok
cme. 3Se- 839 Wel

dp exfor rent'c( 0
wth aplianc~s $

772-539-9787








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'Book for the Holidays!
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your break now 2 & 3 br
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ths ad & get 1 me Free
Any size office from 150sf
-4000sf Totally renovated
Beautiful view of Cape
Camaveral. .Co Brokers
54-mome" CaII Manam at
: .050


VERO BEACH, -Vista.
Nq. Sm ng; 251m
annual unfurn. (mecludes
cable TV) 772-562 9274


$60mo Coldwell Bank-
erEd Schit Re~altors,

VERO BEACH OCEAN
CONuDO 55 no peh
for lease seasonally or-
annuill' .7 6wner/Agent
VERO BEACH Vista
Royale 55* 2br/2ba New
interior, AC, best Golf 8
Waterview mn complex.
No smoking. $5600mo
annual unfumi., -(includes
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Watler In the Mounlarns'
Plan your holiday
memones today Foscoe
Rentlas 1-800-7257341
www.foscorentals.com
Si AUGUSTN fBC
.nite. or Oceanfromt house
Ir 199r..te?$1399wk,
n.- e.aic..s~i *iedd;ns $3.59
or Hlslorlc Distnc rrom
5129nlfe 904-825-1911
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LEGAL: NOTICE: On
M~o8da t :o~ve er 4e

sdat p blicI al cio bo
pay for towuing/storage
owing against them:
One (1) 1992Tita VIN#
1GBKP37N243314475
One (1) 1998,Hond VIN#
1HGEJ8148WL086833
Place of sale: 596 Old

Pub : Nvme 2008.

GodAL No eber 24
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) 1999 Dodg VIN# .
1B7GL22X5XS168792
One (1) 0000 Hmde VIFI#-
NOViNO200183269
Old Dixie Highway--ity
Cab -Vero
Pub: Novembet 7, 2008
uEGAdLa NO :er: OOi


pay for towmng/storage
Owing aglain tthe IN
1NXBB02E3VZ6 6012
Old Dixie Highway -
Pu:Novme 7,e%08


~VERO BEACH 2bi/lba
widen. all appis.,' tile &
pergo Qulet neighbor-
hood 5700/ma +sec*
pels ok! 772-633-2862
VERO6 BEACH 211 Dixie
~Heights. Exc. cond. Nice


77g ~T2-56 -95 m

2Labk Estates. Lrg
ceilings, porch. $7501mo
321-890-6851
VERO1 BEACH- 4/2

available immediately.
$b9~00/o T12-532-0752


VERO ;BEACH. Furn &
Unfurn, Annual, Seasonal
!br-rbrs Beachside o'
Mainland ,Froin $450. to



Close tq 95 3/2/2 corner
lot. ~Large Home, Small
pet.QK. Askin $75mo


PRESER VE AT
OSLO .
COM~E SEE ;o
fOR YOURSELF
WHATALL THE :
FUSS IS ABOUT
2299 10th Ave' SW

Mon F'- aSat 10-5
Sun gy Appt only ~
772-978-0799


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COR IO INDAN

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE jNO
P2008-0633
IN RE: ESTATE OF
A. SELMER SO;LIE.
Deceased
NOTICE TO



NO berP 0 8033,F s
pending in the Circuit
Court for Indian River
County, Florida, ,Probate
Division, the address of
which is PO Boy 1028,
Vero Beach, FL 32961.
The names and
addresses odf .the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set Yorth below...<
P SONS NTERESA
Al~rd toH of ot e

persons having ciaits or
dmadned ae ait
including' unmature ,
contingent or
unlquidated cams th
notice is served must (ile
their claims with the this
Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OI" THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE Of
A COPY OF .THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the

pe sns havn clIm oth
decedent's estate
including unmatured,~
contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with:this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT So
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date ~of the first
publication of this Notice
ieseoneal p Oset tive:
Shaun Kel e-PerroANK
OF AMER CA, NA

B c .ao F L 3 432Pa k
Att rey ntat Personal
DARRYL J. JACOBS.
ESQ.
1935 32nd Ave.
meoBeah FL 32960
Florida Bar No. 0874401
rnb Noe lerm0 7, &


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PeONTIAC FIREBIRD fSf9~tf S
Trans Am 2002 #t$$$$$$
Collectors yellow. Last IN A
o-ne made. 2,780 miles. HR T
$25,000 772-465-6173 HRYO
SELL?
Cali the best ro l 0
clsi fied
N highlightt yur asiFor cars,
: SOClion Trucks, Vans
ad and gt it on the east coast! sIvIs,~S and RrS

WheherBuingor HOME'RMFN NEWS

ONE call solutionI 800-823-0466
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800-823-0466 772-321-5455


BLOWN HEAD Gasket?
State of the art 2-part
carbon metallic chemical
process. Repair yourself
100%` guaranteed.
1-860-780-9038 or 1-866
-750-8780 (Se Habla Es-
panol) www.RXHF.com '
DONATE YOUR CAR To
American Association for
Cneer Resac Sv




HONDA ACCORD 2006
Grsep e asmmiluege, silver
.Power steering, breaks
widw ss 8 ekless en ry
changer. 39K miles
$15,000 772-359-9612
LINCOLN TOWNCAR
1998. Cold A/C, 154K
miles. .Good condition.
$1500 772-360-01132
MERCURY GRAND
Marquis 1996 58K miles
Cold A/C. Excellent cond.
$4000 772-569-2134
TOYOTA SOLARA SE






BLOWN HEAD Gasket?
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carbon metallic chemical
process. Repair yourself
100% .guaranteed. Se
Habla Espanol 1-866
-783-5399/1-866-750-87
80; www.RXHP~com


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& have your engine run

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Brand New.. Only $4001
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$$$$$$$ CASH $$$$$$$
Junk ~Cars, Trucks & Ma-
chinery. Call Now!
772-595-0601
DONATE YOUR Car-
Hf lp Disabled Children
with Camp & Education.
Quickest Towinlg. Non-
Runners/Title Problems
OK. Free Vacationl
Cruise Voucher. Special
Kids fund. 866-448-3865

DOAT YURo CARc
Veterans & Victims of
Natural Disasters! It's
Fast & Easy. Receive a 3
-Vacation Certificate. Call
Before the Tax Y/ear
Ends. 1-800-841-6225
DONATE. YOUR CAR...
To the Cancer Fund of
America. Help those suf-
fering with Cancer Today.
Free Towing & Tax de-
ductible. 1-800-835-9372
www~cfoa.org


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WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We paiy cash! 24-brs.
Cal321 631-0111 .



`TRAILERS- OPEN flat

blg Shev duty. Vr
each or best offer
772-633-5265



WANrE es J a AI
1970-1980, 21-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
Hi-500, S1-250, 8S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726


17' BOWRIDER- almost
inew Float-on trailer
70HP Evinrude. Great on
gas. Bimini top, depth
finder. All equip ready to
go. $2700 772-778-9192
17.5' KEY Largo 2005


than 150 brs. Like new!
S$8350 772-453-9868
j 23' LEGACY deck boat.
J~ohnson 130HP rigid
:`top. GPS, depth finder,
fish finder, No trailer
$5000/obo 772-360-0132
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34'. CRUISERS- 334
Espirit Cruise or Live
A-Board. Air/heat, stove
micro, refrigerator, fulj
enclosure, color TV, AM/
FM/CD, VHF, plus more.
Sleeps 6. Runs great,


Priced td sell: $26,900
OBO 407-310-2678 (c),
386-424-3220 (work)
Photo ad #34476 www.
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BOATS; 1000's of boats
for sale www.florida-
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million homes weekly
throughout Florida. Tide
charts, Broker Profiles,
Fishing Captains, Dock.
side Dining & More
1-800-388-9307


PATHFINDER 22 `Tour-
nament XL 07, F250
engine, trolling motor


chased new boat, so this
is your gain! Asking
$33,000 ( 52,000 value).
Catch the fish of your
dreams! 772-341-6105




VERO- Davits boat up to
20' or pontoon boat
$150/mo water & elec.
772-567-6118


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e AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY e .
* 288 sq ft newer upscale executive~ office suite, overlooks
Indian River
/3' i Sq. ft* '
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couR F OR IN
O DUA .
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. P2008-0560
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JANE B. KING,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO



phenadingisbaino the Crut
County, Foria ProEbat KI
Divasion, thoe daddes of
which ias 20y 8 00 1th

tn he s oa pecrsonal
reprendn ntatie and uthe
peurs onal rersntiative's
attisoney are set forth f
toic reits of0 1the


vbame an copy of ths o
notice is requ red to to

Al rdiir uh th
WITHIdNtai TH LTEROF
pMEONs San FTEim oR
PUBLIATIO OFans THS


AFTER .THE DATER 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
MO THS AFER THE


ALL CLAIMS .NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
gg- 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.

p bliedti of thi enoti


1045 St. James Circle
Ve7 Beach, Florida

Atony fREPersonal
Florlda Bar No. 622362
ROSSWAY MOORE &
TAYLOR
Sut Nd0 hr yoB ach,
Florida 32963 Telephone:
(p772) 2 c r 1, &
November 7, 2008


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