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Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNews0L.com Friday, November 14, 20018



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Swimming, splashing
(80 ROW commenc0

The Gifford Aquatic Center
reopened after its month-
1rm m r than d0co mG

Thmene ersonl hours are
Wednesday through Friday, 1
p.rn. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday,
9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; and
Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Food drive planned

H&cR Block ofVero Beach is
holding a Thanksgiving food
dnive during November.
Non-perishable items
such as gravy, cranberry


welcome.
.Thanksgiiring dinners will
be distributed to needy fanti
lies in Fort Pearce, Vero
Beach and Port St. Lucie.
For more~ information, call
community relations manag-
ei- Denae Linnartz at (772)
429-1653.

Toys needed
for toddlers

As Christmas approaches>
Operation Hope, a nonprofit
organization 'benefiting
peedy families in ,Indian
River County, is looking for
donations of gifts from the
community in preparation
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willble secured, so: residents
can still be active, yet will be
watched so they don't wan-
der off.
"We do plan on keeping
them active and as healthy
es psible," said Ms.
Two caretakers will tend
exclusively tb the memory.
care residents and because
the size of the unit is so
small, caretakers will, be
informed about the history
of each individual and will
be able to organize activi-
ties : geared specifically
toward residents' interests.
See MEMORY, A4


one, and we really didn't
have a secure area and the
staff to be able to care for
them properly and safely,"
said administrator Renne
Filewich.

co pe ingma uni tat wl
be secure and safe for those
residents who may wander,
and inadvertently put
themselves in harm's way,
she said.
Rosewood Manor cur-
rently is home to about 40
residents and there is Plenty
of room for the new wing,
said Ms. Filewich.
SThe memory care unit


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH Soon
Vero Beach will have a new
Alzheimer's disease/
dmnti pat et-are facil-

In mid-December, Rose
wood Manor, an assisted
living facility, will open its
doors to accommodate 10
to 12 residents who need
special care' related to their
struggles with dementia
and related diseases.
"We have had so many
pole who come looki g
foer home for their lov d


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clal vote county showed
Ms. Jimenez ahead by 126
votes.
_In dhe Sebastian City
Council race, there were
an :unprecedented~ nine
candidates r limg for
two seats held by AlPater-
noster and Sal Neglia. Vot-
ers tapped pFolitical new-
comer. Rithard Gillmor
and Jim I-lill, a former
Sebastian ~vice~ mayor,: for
the seats.
"I'm very excited about
the new council members
coming onboard," said
current Mayor Andrea
Coy.
"I believe it's going to
bring a new perspective to
the council and I look for-
ward to. news ideas that
both gentlemen will bring:
to the table," she said.
Mr. Gillmor said he
looks forward to working
hard with his felloir coun-
cil members in the next
~few Thonths.
"'It's a lot to absorb, but I
.think we have to start by
focusing on the economic'
~situation and: stimulate
the economy and bring inl
See RACE, A2~


By v ~s.... T....
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
STY - Poll workers, and
.25,670 voters put the past
~problems of double-
counted- votes at' the vot-
ing booth behind them on
Nov. ,4 and most voted
with virtually no problem.
According to a report
fronti thie supervisor of
elections office, 71;138
Ballots were cast for this
election cycle bjr Indian
River County residents;
17,535 by absentee and
27,933 by early votitig for a
79 percent voter turnout.
Still undecided at press
drne was the winner of the,
Ipdian RiverI County
SSchool Board, District
..Four race,
SVaters .'were nearly
~.equally divided in,their
choice between Claiudia
Jimenez and Chagrlie Wil-.
son. . .
According to Kay Clem,
because' of the closeness
Sof the race, an automatic
Machine re~cotint is neces-
.sary' by law. The results
were expected to be avail-
able on Not. 10, but
.weren't available at press


Cliff Partlew/~staff photographer
Steve~ Pfister, co-owner of Longevity Fitness Club & Spa, leads 500 or so walkers and
runners in their stretching exercises last Saturday- during the 5th annual Wl~alk to
Remi~ember at Riverside: Park. The annual event, which benefits the Alzheimer and
.Parkinson Foundation of Indian River County, brings help to families struggling with
the debilitating diseases. For more information, go to alzpark.org.


By Jayr Meisel :
Meisel@hometow~nnewsol.com

TREASURE COAST At
18, a young woman whbo
had lived in a foster home
was forced to live on her
own. Unhappy with hel
minimum wage job, she
turned to drugs and
ended up in jail.
But because of support
from a counselor with
Children's Home Society,
Christina Bury, who is
now 22, attends classes at
Indian River State College.
"It has helped me stay
off the streets,"~ Ms. Bury
said last week. "If I didn't
have this program, I
wouldn't be at this table
(for an interview).
To help rhore young
adults like Ms. Bury, as
they age out of the foster
system, Children's Home
Society will break ground
NOv. 16 on a Youth Transi-
tion Center. The ground-
breaking will be held from
1:30 to .3:30 p.m. at 650
10th St. in Vero Beach. The
faCility Will cost $5 mil-
liorf of which the Chil-
dren's Home Society has
faiSed almost $3 million-
While conducting a cam-
paign to garner the rest,
the society hopes to open
the center in year.
It will serve foster chil-
dren in Indian River, St.
Lucie, Martin and Okee-


chobee counties,
Currently, the society
provides counseling i and
help to foster children.
Even with that assis-
tance, 50 percent of foster
children end up homeless
and unemployed without
a high school diploma
after they reach 18,
Lawrence Brooks, execu-
tive director of Children's
Home Society, said.
By building the transi-
tion center, Children's
Home Spciety hopes to
prevent more foster chil-
dren from ending up in
bleak situations, Mr.
Brooks said.
The residential center
will have nine apartments
that will serve up to 20
youth,
While there, Mr. Brooks
said, they will be taught
life skills and receive
assistance with plans to
go to school or work.
They will only stay there
Sa limited amount of tirne,
he said.
"If we create a system
where they become
dependent on us, we have
failed," Mr. Brooks said.
Foster teens are in a
much different situation
when they reach 18, than
their counterparts, who
live with their natural
families, he said.
While some non-foster


'teens continue to live with
their. parents, or at least
receive some help, in most
cases, the teens mitst
leave their -foster homes,
he said.
And even if they could
remain with their foster
parents, most want a less
restrictive environment
when they reach 18, he
said.
Some are eligible for
some state assistance for
tuition and living expens-
es, but it is limited. Often,
they don't take advantage
Sof that, he said.
"What we are in effect
saying to these young
people when they turn 18
is 'happy birthday, you're
homeless,'"' Mr. Brooks
said. i "The Youth Transi-
tion Center will give them
the opportunity to make a
positive transition into
adulthood and become
contributing members of
society."
For Ms. Bury, staying in
her foster home was not
an option. Her foster
mother was a good person
and made her get her
GED, she said.
"She made me do every-
thing," she said. "I didn't
do it for myself."
While she' was ip jail,
she said, her foster moth-
er moved to Texas.

See FOSTER, A2


NUNSENSE

IqThose
i sisters in a dRon
Christmas
~Iimusical at
Theatre-
Go-Rund


a Photo courtesy of Children's Home Society
Sancia Jeantil, a former foster child, talks with Marcy
Purdy, a mental health counselor, who works with foster
children.


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Vol. 6, No. 10


SSchool board votre forces recou~nt~


Facility to help foster teens


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regular foster home
because of issues in her
family.
Children's Home Society
was able to help her get a
green card to stay in the
United States and attend
college.
Children's Home Society
is the largest and oldest
statewide nonprofit organ-
ization in Florida that helps
abused, neglected and
abandoned children.


attending Indian River
State College and wants to
become a probation offi-
cer.
Without help from the
Children's Home Society
and state assistance, she
said, she would have less
hope of that goal becoming
true.
Ms. Jeantil, whose family
came to Florida from Haiti,
said she was placed in a
group home and then a


als and have sat on a board
of directors before, and ~e
know how to run meetings
that follow Rob~ert's Rules of
Order,"he said.
Cindy Falco, who also ran
for a seat onciity council and
received about 12.8 percent
of the vote, did not regret
going through the campaign
process, but felt saddened
atthe result.
"I feel sorry for the people
of Sebastian who wanted
land voted for change on the


council, because I don't see
how there's going to be very
much change with the peo-
ple who were elected, but
I'm hoping I'm wrong about
it," she said .
The council voted on
Monday to elect a mayor
and vice mayor. Results
were not time.
For a complete listing of
all the race totals, visit the
supervisor of election's ~Web
site voteindianriver.com.



Brief
From page Al
for its annual Christmas
party.
Age-appropriate toys for
children 0 to 2 years old are
greatly appreciated. Dona-
tions of hot dogs and buns
for a free lunch are'also
needed.
If you would like more
information about needs for
the Christmas party, or would
like to designate your busi-
ness aEs a drop-off location,
call Operation Hope at (772)
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Foster
From page AI
She ended up working-in
a sewing factor.
"I didn't w~int to make $6
an hour for the rest of my
life," Ms. Bury said.
She hopes attending col-
lege will open up better
opportunities.
Sancia Jeantil, 20, also a
former foster child, is


Race
From page Al
some business to the city,"
said Mr. Gillmor.
He believes one of the rea-
sons he was elected was
because the citizens .of
Sebastian were tired of how
council meetings were
being conducted, ~
"(Jim Hill and I) both have
come from a business back-
ground and are profession-


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first-served b asis.
Reserved seating .for sea-
son ticket holders for the
series will be offered with
prior telephone arrange-
ments.
The center isj located at
1590 27th A3venue, on the
jourheait corner of 16th
Srrreet and 27th Avenue in
\ero Beach.


Vero Beach, in partnership
with the Florida Humani-
ties Council.
Five acclaimed speater-s
and performers will be
presentedat the Center
through April 2009, with
all presentations relating
to Florida history and
issues. Admission to each
is complimentary and all
performances begin at 7
p.m. ABC Printing/Coastal
Graphics is 'the printing
sponsor. *


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News(@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
The free Emerson Cen-
.ter humanities series col-
tinues with "Filming a PBS
Documentary on M~rarjorie
K. Rawlings: The Weave of
Nature, Literatfire & Arts
on the St. Johns."
Bill Belleville, award-
winning environmental
writer and filmmaker,.will
talk about filming "In Mar-


jorie's Wake," a new docu-
mentary retracing the
journey of the atithor on
the St. Johns River. .
His presentation 'will -
take place on Dec. 4. The
film captures the many
ways the: river has shaped
culture, literature, art and
music over time. Holiday
refreshments will follow.
The Humanities Series is
presented by the Emerson
Center, at the Unitarian
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Friday, November 14, 2008


Hometown News


A4 Vero Beach


tlr;lM~k Levt~


; hil n ha pa tcied

recycling,"! said Ms. Sturdi-
vant.
"Instead of just tossing
stuff into the garbage, or
even tossing it mnto a recy-
cling bin, kids can see that
if they're creative, they can
come up with all kinds' of
Ways to re-use items," she
said.
As part of the require-
ments, the children had to
use items available froin
the Indian. Ritrer County
Curb side Rec) le Program
to create their sculpture.
Items m icludel newspa .
per, juice and milk cartons
and plastic jugs, aerosol
cans, brown paper bags
and various steel and alu-
mlnum.
On Nov. 15, children

toemf th g ande wal compe e
intthei 'v rmus alge-group
video dab ~o aldbuin sbse
Vero Beac'h and McK-ee
Botanical Garden.
"It's really amazing e a
you can do wit recyc al
.materials...it's inspiring


INDIAN RIVER Nor-
mally, milk jugs and soda
cans aren't the medium of
choice for artisans, but if
you go to the Indian River
Mall,, you'll see 12 sculp-
tures made entirely out of
rec cled material.
K ep Indian River Beau-
tiful partnered with local
school 'children in the
eighth annual Recycled Art
Sculpture contest to cele-
brate America' Recycles
Day on Nov. 15.
KIRB director of o era
tions Kristy Sturdivant was
excited about the entries
this yealr, but wished more


patients with life-limiting l-
nesses and also support the
day-to-day operating
expenses of the VNA Hos-
pice House.
The store is open Monday
through Friday, 9 a.m. to
4:30 p.m., and Saturdays
from 9 a.m. through 4 p.m.
Donations are accepted
Monday through- Saturday
until 3p.m'
For information about
making donations ~to. VNA
Hidden 7t~easures, or to
schedule a free pick up for
larger items, contact stomp
manager. Shirley Nichols at
(772) 563-001 0.


For Hometown News
Brevnews@hometownnewsol.com
The Visiting Nurse Assoei-
ation Hidden Treasures
resale boutique is requesting
donations of gently used
items including furniture,
linens,, artwork, pots and
pans, dishes, knick knacks,
collectables, jewelry, small
electrical appliances and
books.
The boutique is located at
S656 21st St., Vero Beach, in
the Miracle Mile Plaza.
Proceeds from the store
help frNA Hospice provide
care for Indian River County


CharaCteteicStS Of a
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There are three factors which
establish the characteristics of a
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occur because of:
str rhaacter sics ktes det ued t
2. Irregularities and characteristics
was trak, o ploncet car cter
tics.
acurdm b hemci ,a ra t acs
str c, or contact marks.
United States coins of the 18th and
early 19th centuries were struck
egmaverato aadsteedl3ie bl nk
punched or engraved, the central
figure, punched stars around the
border, punched in letters, and
finally engraved or punched the
date. Beginning in 1836, when the
steamy owered presses were first

tnotso lyd ahcen ral dsignhbeutol Ity
thit c left for the engraver was
aso p ncinc ine te date I aut
own time even the date has
become part of the master die.
Another way that marks or charac
teristics on a coln's surface can

make the piece. Dunng the
planchet pr ratio nr 3ss, pre-
atsrp.Coinage blanks or
pncesare then punched from
teestrips. After the planchets
were prepared they were put into a
rae al r hopr Thpe werewthe
struck one or more coins then eject-
ed into a metal box. As each bin
became full it was taken to another
un ade dino cu nengmadchiae
No attempt was made to preserve
the coins carefully or prevent.them
from coming into contact with each
other. The cal was to produce
coins at the hihest possible speed
for the chann ls of commerce, not
for collectors.

Hawk Levy has been in the

owsUt nhcieor cley a
and can be emailed at
H Si1~i Lu;iejewelly
or called at 772-337L4700


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
A dozen or so sculptures,
designed and built entir~ely;
from recyclables by area
Students, went on display
at the Indian River NMall last

B 8 tiful Sppo sos tnlieon


really," said
rant.


Ms. Sturdi-


For more information
about KIRB recycling pro-
grams, call (772) 388-5472
or visit kirb.org.



MeMory
From page A
Residents of the assisted
living facility already enjoy
the on-site gardens, gazebo
and view overlooking
Leisure Square.
According to the
Alzheimer's Association sen-
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are ive facilities tn offan
housing in memory care
units.
'Sterling House of Vero
Beach's residential memory
care unit: costs between
$3,000 and $4,000 per
month, said Ray Sanchez,
marketing director. The price
varies with the type of care
each patient needs. "It's real-
ly hard when you have a fam-
ily member and you are
faced with paying $4,000 a
mot frba ic ae an
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cost per month to live in the
memory care unit would be
about $3,500.
"And that would include
everything, bathiing anid per-
sonalcare assistance, linens,
mtedica io-n \ ..mni;aitoing,
e\eryllu~ng," his.~ Filen~ic~h
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was charged with posses-
sion with intent to sell or
deliver paraphernalia
*Latoya Euline, 47, 365
12th Road, No. 102, Vero
Beach, was charged with
aggravated battery domes-
tic violence.
*Brian Pickerill, 28, 1725
24 Place, Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine.
Tommie Lee Traver, 68,
4704 33 rd Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with failure to
re-deliver leased property.
*Evelyn E. Russo, 38, 3676
S.W. Sunset Trace Circle,
Palm City, was charged with
auto burglary and introduc-
tion of contraband into a
detention facility.
*John N. Greco, 41, 1521
Ocean Cove St., Sebastian,
was charged wCith aggravat.
ed battery.
*Kathy D. Bryant, 53,
4365 23rd .Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
tampering with evidence
and a misdemeanor charge
of possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Melissa K. Ruman, 23,
485 39th Court, S.W. Vero
.Beach, was charged with
violation of probation and
possession of cannabis.
*Dahiana, Virginia,
Montes De Oca, 24, 1865
24th Place, Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
fraudulent use of a credit
card and criminal use of
personal identification
information.


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
.and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
untilE proven guilty in a court
oflaw. -
Vero Beaach
Police Department
*Antawn Ricardo
Williams, 30, 1909 21st Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with ioese sos fcane
demeanor charges with
possession of cannabis and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.

Indian River County
Sherif~s Department
*Nathanie'l Bryan, 40,
3991 47th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with resisting
an officer with violence,
tampering with a victim,
and misdemeanor charges
of domestic battery vio-
lence and violation of
injunction.
ohn Lamotta, 48,,no
address given, was charged
with third-degree, grand
theft. .
*David Robert Hughes,
18, 1455 90th Place, Ve~ro
Beach, was charged with
possession of marijuana
and tampering with evi-
dence.
arrod R. Judson, 25,
8466 90 Court, Vero Beach,


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children and families.
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All proceeds will be used
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domestic violence and false
imprisonment.
*Lashonza Renee Ander-
son,"25, 2119 Fifth Court,
Southwest, Vero Beach, was
charged with third-degree
theft.
erelyn Teresa Green, 32,
1001 Barbados Ave., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
third-degree grand theft.
*Cortez~ Lamar Wright,
20, 8335 63rd St., ~Vero
Beach, was charged with
sale of cocaine and posses-1
sion of cocaine.
*Cassie Seilhymer, 22,
8425 22nd St., Vero Beach,
was charged with first-
degree petit theft.
ames Henry Judon, 47,
1882 38th Lane, Vero Beach,
was charged with burglary
of a conveyance and a Illis-
demeanor charge of first-
degree petit theft.

See POLICE, A10


*Brian Anthony Presto,
25, 1725 46th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
failure to appear in court on
charges of possession of
cocaine.' ..
Marilyn J~eanette Smith,
45, 3855 44th Manor,Vero
Beach, was charged with
-two. totmnts of aggravated
child abuse.
Adam Thomas Leis~en-
ring, 24, 5617 Sunpointe
Drive, Fort Pierce, was
charged with possession of
controlled substance,
amphetamine. .
*Elizabeth Myer ~Trod-
glen, 54, 6236 Seventh
Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
driving under the influence
with property damage or
passenger undei 18:
*Christopher Michael
Vespa, 26, 1320 Third Ave.,
Apt. 205, Vero Beach, was
charged with felony battery


munity stewardship.
The program will pre-
pare participants for
more active involvement
in pxiblic and private sec-
tors and civic responsi-
bility, creating a better
informed .and vigorous.i
leadership with a greater
understanding of the
county's~ present and
future needs.
Participants. will b-e
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demonstrated 'leadership
ability, as well as evi-
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interest and commit-
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Nominations may be
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A class .of 22 will be
selected. Tuition for the'
program is $800 per per--
son.
For more information,
contact Beverly Keehner,
Indian River County
Chamber of Commerce, at
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The seven-session
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Desired items include: gen-
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jackets, pajamas and shoes for


infants and children up to age
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The Children's Clothing
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Childcare Resoulrces families
in need.
Donations are accepted
Monday through Friday 9
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More on voting

As a citizen of another country who is living in the United
States legally, I stood with envy as my peers cast their votes
in the year's election.
Not only were they participating in the most historical
election since women had the right to vote, they were tak-
itig a step to getting this once magnificent country back on
its feet.
Although President-elect Obama now has the world on
his shoulders, he was, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the
most qualified man for the job. He may not be a prisoner of
war, nor spent the last 30 years in Washington, D.C., but he

celo k eka hi sn ek mmtha hB hasstruggled tof~ind his
way, as most of its do each day. He has overcome adversity.
He has laughed in the face of racism and flourished.
We should be proud as a country that we have taken a
step toward repairing the damage that slavery and horrid
racism has caused.
We have to cross racial barriers and embrace one another.
This is not a victory for just African Americans; it is a victory
for all Americans and the entire world.
By the next election, I hope to be a citizen and have the
opportunity to keep this man in office. Way to go.

Automated phone systems should be stopped

We despise these automated answering systeins that are
being used today, especially the ones where, even though
you have pressed the button for English, the message
comes out~in English aind repeats itself in Spanish. .
One version is when you dial a number and get the auto-
mated message to please listen, because our menu has
changed. If you want to speak to Jim Jones, press 1, Paul
Smith press 2, or even better, if you know your party's exten-
sion dial it now and so on. When you do nothing the mes-
sage repeats itself over and, over and over. You can never
seem to get a live operator who can direct your call like in ,
the olden days, when a live operator would answer and
you'd say, E'd like to speak to say Mr. XYZ and the next thing
you know, your party) picks up the call.
Secondly, we are registered on the Do Not Call Ilist and
M%\fC~itedth cke6'thour telephone numbers s re still acu L -
"We don't know if anyone else has had this experience, bu ~
this is driving us crazy.
We'll get a telephone call when we are not at home. The
call is picked up by our telephone answering machine or
-voicemail. .
The message goes something like this: This is ABC Com-
pany and we have an important call for (silence/no name).
It is imperative that (silence/no name) calls us back imme-
diately. They supply a telephone number to call back. We
call the number back and they ask us why we are calling and
the name of the person who called us and what the call is
about. Hilh? How are we supposed to know this informa-
tion when they placed the call and never gave us the infor- .
mation in the first place?
Another version is, we'll receive a call that starts basically
the same way, except that they mention a name. We are try-
ing to contact John Jones. If you are not-John Jones, please
hang up and disconnect. By continuing to listen to this
message you, admit you are Joe~ Johns and are accepting
responsibility for this call.
Now remember, this is all on our voicemail. If our voice-
mail is answering the call, that means we are not at home,
so how are we supposed to reject the call? Of course since
we have not responded to their call, the procedure gets
repeated either the same day or the next-
We've even had some calls that we did answer and told
them they have the wrong party or telephone number,
Their response is, "are you sure this is not Joe Johns? Our
records indicate that Joe Johns has this telephone number."
No, idiots, we're lying to you and just feel like playing
games with you. Their response is, "Welli our records indi-
cate that Joe Johns is at this telephone number."
We tell them to correct their information, but the calls
continue, to come in anyway.When we ask where and how
they got our telephone number, they respond that they can-
not divulge that information due to some privacy act.
We have caller ID and they even try to call on our separate
fax number. We called the telephone company and they say
they cannot do anything about this, other than changing

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Atlas," which shows early
roads, railroads and troop
routes for early military
battles. Men often took their
families back to areas they
had seen during their
military tours.
Your journey back down
these trails will not be a fast
one unless you have family
stories to guide you. You will
have to search the records
all along the routes you
think your family may have
taken.
Sometimes the trip was a
steady move from point A to
point B. Many times,
families would find a locale
they liked! and stop for a
generation or two, then
move on. As Imidicated
earlier, some family mem-
bers will move and some
will stay, and youwill find
them moving back and
forth, mntermarrying with
friends and cousins from
each location. That is why it
is important to research
each person to pick up these
relationships. It will connect
the pieces and help you find
the missing family member
you need.
It's a lot of research, but all
you need to do is head dowr'
the road, stopping along the'
way to mnspect the cemeter-
ies and court houses, and
remember, ifyou listen
carefully, you just might
hear someoige sayr, "Here I
am."

Brenda IC Smith can be
reached at
BrendaKSmith@prodigy.net.
The Treasu're Coast
Genealogical Society meets
every third Tuesdaty at the
Fort Pierce Main Library, 101
Melody Lane, from 1:30-3:30
p.m. Volunteers are at the
library every Tuesday from 9
a.m. to3 p.m. to help with
research.


the chain.
I can't stress enough the
importance of researching
everyone mn the family, when
trying to trace a dead- end
family. Never stop with just
researching the husband
and wife who are your direct
ancestors. Look at each
child and who they married.
Research the wife's parents.
Each person in the family
has a story, and eackperson
and place they came in
contact with makes up a
piece of the large puzzle of
this family group.
Chances are, they lived
with, lived next door to or
married, a relative or friend
who migrated from the
same community. Once you
have found the origin of
these lateral connections,
look for your family in this
same location. Once you
make this corm'eetion, you
will discover numerous
family members moving
back and forth between
these locations over a period
of years.
They travel over estab-
lished migration routes,
Initially, they traveled from
settlement to settlement, by
waterways and trails,
following those who went
before them,
The first of these routes
was a crude trail created in
the 1600s, between Boston
and NewYork that became
the Boston Post Road. Over
the years, the network grew,
connecting the coloriies
from Maine to Georgia.
Then the roads began to
inch westward and the
.settlers traveled by the
combination of waterways
and trails, roads and
railways across the country
There are many sources
on these migration routes.
For about $10 you can order
the "United States History


Y u've lostyour famiyta alto ily.
You know they were in

Georgia or Virginia or maybe
New York, but where did '
they come from and where
did they go?
This is where you go from
your traditional genealogy
research, to all those other
subjects I've been telling
you to pursue; history,
geography, politics and -
~financial conditions of the
times.
.Read the local history and
Study what was going on
when your ancestor first
appeared in his or her
present location. Was it at a
time when the area was
being settled by land grants
or bounty land given for
military service? Were thej
moving during the time of
Sthe gold rush in the west or
the western expansion of-
the railroad? Where did the
Other residents come from?
Chances are, your family
moved with acquaintances.
Some families moved to
America, settled down and
never moved from their
origiallocation. These are
the easy ones to trace back,
but many moved every
generation or two. The
migration can go in almost
any pattern. Sometimes
everyone in the family
moved at once, taking the
elderly parents with them.
Often, they stayed until the
parerits died, then all the
children took their families
and moved south or west,
looking for newer and
greener fields, either all
going together, or scattering
across the country.
SThen again, they may
hiave moved one at a time,
with either the oldest or
youngest staying behind
with Ma or Pa and keeping
the farm or settling the


'GENEALOGY
NERB DA K


Jan. 4 would have been
our 19th anniversary, so I
have another special day
coming right away.
For me, I think keeping it
quiet and simple this year
will be the best for me. f'll
catch up on my work,
which is always therapeu-
tic, and continue the
massive filing project I
began last summer. I'll
watch some seasonal
movies and I'll cry. I have
learned that crying is a
necessary part of the
grieving process.
That's my plan. Next
week, I'll share recommen-
dations from Jackie Nar-
done of Treasure Coast
Hospice on things that may
help you get through a
difficult time.

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


This is the first ofa two-
part column.

column with advice
from an expert about
coping with holiday grief.
This year is no different;
that column will appear
next week.
This week, I thought I'd
write about what I'm
planning to do in this first
year without Roy. After the
New Year, I'11let you know
how well it worked out.
Roy and I made Thanks-
giVing dinner for my mom
and dad for the last few
years. It was kind of funny,
because Roy, having grown
up in Britain, didn't really
COnsider Thanksgiving a
holiday.
We set a lovely table and
did the turkey and trim-
mings. Roy loved bringing
the turkey out and we ate at
our table overlooking the
lake. I had even begun an
after dinner concert with
some of the songs I was


were married on Christmas
Day, so Roy and I made a
combined Christmas-
anniversary dinner.
It was basically a repeat
of Thanksgiving, except
that we added Christmas
crackers, those English
novelties that you pull open
to get a surprise. We often
listened to music; Roy loved
Pavarotti and we would
listen to him sing. Some-
times I sang, too, although
not as well as Pavarotti.
Roy did the decorations
and I was the assistant. I
don't really feel like doing
that this year, but I will put
up a small tree with
twinkling lights in his
honor. Again, I'll probably
go to my parents.
I know this is going to be
a sad time, but it comes so
soon after Roy's death and I
think it will just be part of
the grieving process 'm
going through, trying to
hgure out what to do with
the rest of my life, including
special days.


working on.
As late as July, Roy and I
were still planning to do
that this year. With R'oy's
death in September, I know
that I don't really want to do
that this year. I think it will
be too hard. I will spend the
day with my parents and
we'll improvise dinner or
bring it in, as my mother
isn't really up to cooking,
We'll probably do
crossword puzzles as we
often do when the three of
us are together. It will be a
quiet day and I know I will
feel sad, but I know that it's
normal.
Roy loved Christmas and
he was in charge of it.
Growing up Jewish, Christ-
mas was not a part of my
tradition, but my parents


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estate and moving on
themselves. '
Regardless, when tracmng
back, you must determine
which direction to start
looking.
Starting in 1850, census
records will give the birth
state of each individual,
This will tell you if they haie
traveled from away from the
state where they were born.
The 1870 census tells if
the parents were foreign
born. By 1880, the census
gives the birthplace of the
parents of each person. This
is valuable information in
Tracing the migration of
''fathilies. It will help, decide if
it was your direct ancestor
who started migrating or
was it his parents or grand-
parents-
Looking in the land
records, many deeds will
give the home of the
,~ grantee, or buyer. It also
may give the location of the
grantor, who may have
moved on before he sold the
land. This will help if your
ancestor was either the
grantor or grantee.
While traveling down the
migration route, look at
these records for your
ancestor's names. If you fmnd
their names, investigate
thoroughly to build a case to
determine ifthis, indeed, is
your family. Check all the
records mn the county and
compare the facts with
those you know about your
family. When you determine
that you are dealing with the
same people, you will have
completed another link in


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Friday, November 14, 2008


Photo courtesy' of Christina Kaiser
United for Families CEO Christine Demetriades, right, presents Rene Prouix with the case
Manager of the Year award. ?



AgHCy presents case


Manager of Year 8Ward


network of providers.
United for Families creat-
ed the award two years ago
as- a way to recognize and
better support the efforts of
dependeficy case managers,
who coordinate services for
children in the dependency
court system.
It was the first time Mr.
Proulx' won the award,
which has become the cen-
'terpiece of United for Fami-
lies' program to train and
retain quality case man-
agers and stabilize the child-
wvelfar-e system for children,
Mr. Proulx, who has been


recognized twice for his
good work, was a runner-up
for the award in 2007.
He was nominated by his
peers for his work ethic,
willingness to~ always assist
his co-workers and his care
.ad respect for the many
families and children he
serves
Le Bal Masque was held at
Stuart's Willoughby Golf
Club.. Mr. Proulx received a
$1,000 cash. bonus, made
possible by a matching
grant from Toyota of Stuart.
For rnore information, call
1772) 398-2920, Ext. 298, or
visit .www.unitedforfami-
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TREASURE' COAST -
Itene Proulx,a dependency
case manager for Children's
Home Society, was awarded
the dependency case Man-
ager of the Year award Oct.
18 during Le Bal Masque,
United for Families' signa-
ture event.
United for Families cook-
idinate's and oversees child-
welfare services in St. Lucie,
Martin, Indian Rivrer and
SOkeechobee counties.
Mr. Proulx's employer,
Children's Home Society, is
part of United for Families'


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Rants
From page A6
our telephone numbers
at a cost of $15 per line,
Which, as senior citizens,
whatcis toguar nte th~ad
they don't get our new
number and start the rou-
tine all over again?
Our basic rant is: get rid
of these automated sys-
tems -fmd go back to the
old days, where a live per-
son answered the phone.
Plre'd like to figure out a
way we could set up our
phones to do the same
thing that they do.
In other words, "You
have reached the resi-
dence of John Johns. If
you want to speak in Eng-
lish press 1, Spanish press
2. If you know your party's
extension, enter it now
etc.
We've called legal aid,
and they told us that
other than changing our
telephone number, we

back up. We don't know
how this is going to stop
"""4fro cali:=us, but

'The most aggravating
part is where by law they
can call you from 8 a.m.
to 9 p.m. At EQ:02 ,.a.m.
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are jeniior citizens and
retire~ ear-ly yo!u know
that happens whezn you-
Sreach old~age). The tele-
phone w~ill rouse us out of
a deep sleep at 8.59 -p.m.
We do not wish to turn off
the bell on the phone in
th'e event some family
Member is truly trying to.
Reach us or check up on
us to be sure we are OK.
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Hometown News


A8 *Vero Beach


hostess gifts and even
"tee n "t es but when
we look at carrying new


th~ hd rec
Instead of carrying mass
quantities of merchandise,
much like large depart-
ment stores, Ms. Driscoll
orders just few of each
iteny
"We really don't try to
compete with, other big
stores, so our customers
know that we're purchasing
items to sell that are
unique and different, and
the customers aren't going
to see their purchase in
everyone's home and can
er oy t t exclusivity," said
Two of zthe berst-serng
'lines at the Itore are
Swarovski~ crystal `and
L'ampe Berger, and All Thru
the House is proud to be
the exclusive carriers of
both, products irl Vrero
Beach.
"Lampe Berger is a very
unique fragrance for the
hoin m~ar cou France,"
"It not only makes your


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH From



variety of items for sale,
yrou can tell All Thru the
House is not your ordinary
little gift shop.
Located at 1165 U.S. 1 in
Vero Beach, for the past 29
years, items in the store are
designed to appeal to a
wide variety ~of people,.
owner Denise Driscoll said.
"We offer gifts for just
about~ anyone, gifts for
men, babies, items for


Staff photo by Jessica Tuggle
PaiCia Walsh; left, found small Christmas ornaments at
All T~hru the House in Vero Beach to give as presents to her
Seven grandchildren, each one inscribed with their name.
Helen Gulyas, store manager, carefully wrapped each
ornament in bubble wrap for protection..


home smell good, but also
pmrifids the air in your
house at the same time. It
is very popular and comes
in a wide variety of scents,"
she said.
Collectibles, such as Wil-
low Tree figurines and
Mary Frances designer
purses are also carried and
pelect for friends wh are .
Driscoll.


Before 2005, ghe shop
was known for its irivento-
ry of bed and bath linens
and accessories,
"'In- 2004, hurricanes
Frances and Jeanne- com-
pletely wiped us out. We
had to start up again from
scratch," said Ms. Driscoll.
S"After beirig closed for 14
months, I decided to re-
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Hometown News


A10 *Vero Beach


life colors decorate one
corner, while another
sports a theme of deep
purples and a tree deco-
rated with wine orna-
ments and illuminated
grape clusters.
"Everyone knows it's
Christmastime around
here wh~en we put up our
big 'Merry Christmas' sign
up on our roof,"? said Ms.
Driscoll.
"Some stores have
backed off that greeting
and are saying 'happy hol-
idays,' or 'season's greet-
ings,' but we stick to our
guns and put that big 8
foot-by 16 foot sign..Peo-
ple see that sign go up and
they know it's time to get
crackin' on their Christ-
mas shopping," Ms.
Driscoll.


that we are handicap
accessible and stroller
accessible for all of our
customers," she said.
"I think it really sets us
apart from other stores,
where it's not so easy to
get by and you have to
kind of sidle by people,"
said Ms. Guylas.
Gift-wrapping is another
service the shop is glad to
provide free-of-charge to
customers who don't have
enough time, or simply
want a h,eautiful package
to hold their special gift.
In preparation for the
upcoming Christmas sea-
son, the store is full of
ornaments and decora-
tions in a variety of
themes
Aqua, cream and other
popular coastal and sea


from 4:30-8:30 p.m. and on
Saturday from 8 a.m.- 2:30
p.m. Class begins Jan. 15
and runs until March 31.
Those interested can regis-
ter at the Adult Education
School office.
Consult a full course
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 Education, a divi,
sion of the Indian River
County School District, is
located at 1426 19th St.,
Vero Beach.

For more information,
call (772) 564-4970.


interested persons may reg-
ister now at the Adult
School office.
Accounting or electronic
business classes are also
offered,..
This is a comprehensive
program, preparing stu-
dents for employment inark
office setting by teaching
computer skills,' under-
standing emerging tech-
nology, professional stan-
dards and other required
skills.
Students will be intro-
duced to a software suite
that includes Word, Excel,
Access, Po~iverPoint, Out-
look and QuickBooks.
Students will attend class
on Tuesday and Thursdays


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Adult Education of the
Indian River County School
SDistrict is offering a digital
camera class on Nov. 21,
from 9 a.m. -1 p.m. Stu-
Sdents will learn a variety of
Skills to use a digital cam-
Sera.
A computer greeting card
class will be offered on Dec.
12, from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Cost
is $32.
An intermediate Quick-
Books class will be offered
from Dec. 4-18. Students
will attend class from 5-7
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From page A8
open as a unique gift and
home dicor shop because
Vero really didn't have any_
place like it, and I thought
it would be a great addi-
tion. But we still some-
times get people coming in
lookingfsor our shower cur-
tains," se said wit a
sh store is decorated
with products tat are for
sale, usually displayed the
same way buyers might
use them, store manager
Helen Guylas said.
Wide aisles are an
important part of the
store's atmosphere, said
Ms. Guylas.
"We want to make sure


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percent of their ocean view
staterooms have balconies.
What is uruque is that you
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and they sail itineraries that


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with destinations around` -
the world. .
Dininig options are th~e
same as on the large .
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personal choice. You also
have a choice of dining (for
an additional cost) at
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Steakhouse or reserve the
See TRAVEL, Al 3


Today I would like to
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some of you might be
surprised by it. Princess
Cruises. Surprised?
Along with their fleet 6f
mega ships, Princess offers
Ta iein Rosha and pacific
Princesses. All three ships
were formerly part of the
now defunct Renaissance
Cruise Lines ships. They are
small, but sleek and elegant.
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cherria. He first discovered
the plant growing through
a crack in his greenhouse,
and was so amazed at the
color of the plant that he
gave it that name which
means very beautiful.
For many years, and in
fact, still today, many
people believe that
poinsettias are poisonous.
The truth is that they are
not. It is true, however,
that some are allergic to
the white sap of the plant
and skin irritation can
develop. If you are one of
those people with sensi-
tive skin, you should
luindle the plants with
For a retailer during the
iohiday season, havmng a
fresh batch of poinsettias
is like a pot of gold at t'he
end of the rainbow. These
wonderful plants create an
eye-catching display that
will certainly draw a
crowd.
So, with all these choic-
es, how do you Jiick that
perfect plant? The .first to
look for are plants thiat
have been removed from
ret ier wl.dispa the
plant with the sleeve
intact, and if the plant sits
See GARDEN, Al3


100,000 of these beauties `
and I still do not tire of
their delicate appearance,
Poinsettias have an
interesting history that
dates back to the 14th
century. In fact, from the
14th to the 16th century,
the Aztec Indians called
poinsettias cuetlaxochitle.
They used the sap to
control fevers and the
leaves, or bracts, to
produce a red dye.
The actual botanical
name for the poinsettia
was granted by the Ger-
man botanist Wilenow. He
called it euphorbia pul- .


W Tth the holidays
\//rapidly approach-
Sing, one of the
most popular plants on
earth will be available for
sale. The plant I am
referring to is the colorful
poinsettia.
These beautiful plants
are most commonly
knownlfor their red color,
but they also come in
many other colors such as
white and pink and some
can even be multi-colored.
Since most retailers offer
mass displays of these
gems, yot will have an
Ilmost unlimited choice of


which plants to bring
home.
As beautiful as these
plants are, they are also
very fragile and you must
handle them gently or the
delicate branches will
break and fall off.
During my lifetime, I
have unpacked arid
displayed no less than


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If you are keeping your
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near a good light source,
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for is plants that have little
or no pollen showing on
the flower clusters. This is
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maturity of the flower
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lush, green color to their
foliage and have a good,
healthy appearance. Avoid
plants that look droopy or
have yellowing leaves.
While choosing your
plants, handle them
carefully, so as not to
break the adjoining plants


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Once you have chosen
your gem and you have
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questions at Sears Essen-
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enough bright light and
you will need' to move it.
Always keep your plant
aWay from cold drafts and
low temperatures. Poinset-
tias will not do well if the
temperatures drop below
45~ degrees. You should
also check your plants for
Soil moisture daily, and be
sure it has good drainage
and does not sit in stand- .
ing water. Keep th'e plant
evenly moist, but not
soaking wet.
If you follow these
simple tips, you should be
able to enjoy your plants


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Hometown News


AI6 *Vero Beach


Home & Crematory, Trea-
sure Coast Chapel.

Richard Lee foster

Richard Lee Foster, 60,
died Oct. 23, 2008.
He was born in Clay City,
Ind., and lived in~rero Beach
for 43 years.
He is survived by his wife,
Hilda; two sons Graham and
Grant and seven grandchil-
dren.
Memorial contributions
mly rc md sesoo Riverside
112l05 Roseland Road,
Sebastian, FL 32958.
Arrangements were han-
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Beach.

J. Hamlin Day

J. Hamlin Day, 84, of Vero
Beach, died Oct. 26, 2008, at
the ~VNA Hospice House in
'Ver B ah
He was born in Honolulu,
Hawaii, and moved to Vero
Beach 12 years ago.
~He was a member of St.
Augustine of Canterbury
Epiic~opal Church in Vero
Beat h. a master mason and
member of NewYork Public
ity lodge and a veteran of
World War II, serving in the


U.S. Army,
He is survived by his wife
of 58 ~years Virginia; ~a
daughter, Mary Ann; a son,
John; a sister, Mary; five
granddaughters and a great-
grandson.
Memorial contributions
may b~e made to the
VNA/Hospice Foundation,
1110 35th Lane, Vero Beach,
FL 32960.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home
and Crematory, Vero Beach
Hazel R. Guillow

Hazel R. Guillow, 94, died
Oct.5 2C0e08 at Indian River
She was born in Hartwell,
Ga., and lived in Vero Beach
for 16 years.
She was a member of
Tabernacle Ministries in
Yero Beach.
She is survived by three
daughters, Sarah, Frances
and Jacqueline; 13 grand-
children,- 24 great-grand-
children-and 13 great-great-
grandchildren.
She ~was preceded in
death by her husband, Mau-
rice and a son, Thomas.
SStrunk Funeral~ Home in
Vero Beach handled the
arrangements.


Sharon; his son, Alan; three
daughters, Robin, Lisa and
Tamara and eight grandchil-
dren. -
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Trea-
sure Coast Youth Sailing
Foundation, 700 North Indi-
an River Drive, E: O. Box


3108, Fort Pierce, FL.
Arrangements werd under
the direction of Cox-Gifford-
Seawinds Funeral Home
and Crematory in Vero
Beach.

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He, was born in Ludlow,
Mass., and was a resident of


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by his parents, Dudley and
Evelyn and two brothers,
Dudley and Richard.
He is survived by his
fiance, Nancy; three daugh-
ters, Joanne, Rebecca and
Tina; five brothers, David,
Gorden, Kenneth, Lester
and Leland; a son, Robyn;
two sisters, Betty and Car-
olyn and seven grandchil-
dren.
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musical antics in the pro-
duction of "Nuncrackers,
the Nunsense Christmas
Musical" now playing at
Theatre-Go-Round Din
ner Theatre at the Best
Western Hotel.
The holiday fun contain
.ues on Sundays through
Jan. 11 and features the
all-star cast, who enter-
tained before sold-out
alidiences for 13 weeks
last season with another
"Nunsense" presentation
"Sister Aninesia's Country
Western Nunsense Jam-
beo' Beach. residents
Jon and Marge Putzke are
Theatre -Go -Round
im resarios wh~o also
dirpet the acting and
music for the shows.
N~ikki Monahair, Beth
Mc Ken~zie -Shestak
Elearior -Dixonl P m
Rochowiak and Glenn
Ferninand are joined by

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Theo Blumstein, -Anna
Kenny, Ityan Nelson and
Genny Dixop.
It has been 25 years
since the "Nunsense'
musicals by Dan Goggin
first charmed audiences,
and this show once again
follows the sisters who are
busy in their convent
basement studio taping
their first TV special for
Cable Access Studio.
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Photo courtesy of-lon Putzke
The 'Nuncrackers' cast, back row, from left to right: Glenn Ferdinand as Father Vir-
gil, Beth McKenzie-Shestak as Sister Huberrt and Niki- Monahan as Sister Robert
Anne. Front row, left to ~right Elea~nor Dixon' as Sister' Mary Paul and Parn Rochwiak
as the Reverend Mother,


typical "Nunsenise"
humor as well. as favorite
Christmas carols, a
"Secret` Santa" and an
unusually funny version
of Tch ikolysky's "Nut-

The~ show package fea-
tures a four-course "con-
vent" holiday-style' din-
ner, featuring crime of
butterscotch squash soup,
lettuce wedge salad,
choice of fresh roasted
ttirkey or baked, ham with
all the tnimmmngs, pump-
kin pie and coffee, tea or
soft drink.
avl eeDilnner bseeatings 4are
and 5 p.m. and the per-
formance begins at 6 p.m. .
According tp' Mr.


Putzke, this latest produc-
tion is part of a' two-year
series' of various' "Nun-
sense" shows that the the-
ater will present to area

au te father, chapter ~in
the sisters' show business
shenanigans will be pre-
sented after the close of
this show.
Musical director Putzke
has high praise for the
cast./
W~e have a great, great '
company who seem born
and bred for the parts
they're doing. It's a match
made in heaven, "she ha sdt
"hy'r o h ig et
talent mn what they do,"
agreed Mr. Putzke.
In addition to the cast,


four musicians, including
keyboardist Ms. Putzk~e'
provide accompaniment *
and include Linda Spiwak
on violin, Joe Liguori on
bstsk pn en s randon

The completed dinner
theater package includes
show ticket, -main entire
and sides, beverage, tax,
gratuity and 'handling fee
for $48.35 per person. '
The group rate for 10 or
morel is $37.65 per p rson
and' tickets for the show
only are $2&3;5 and feiz-
ture a la carte beer, wine
and cocktail service. .
To make reservations'
call (772) 567-8321; Ext. 0.


and lunch at Chelsetts at
the Museuim.

WEDNESDAY,
SNOV. 19

.*"An Excellent Business
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 td limited
seating .reservatids are
required. For more infor-
mation, call 772) 567-3491,
Ext. 110;

THURSDAY, NOV. 20

*North Indian River
County Relay for Life exec
utive board: meeting 2008
at5:30 p~m. at the Sebastian
River Medical Center Board
See OUT, B3


bread houses and more will
gireet visitors.. Preview
events on Friday, Nov. 14
include a Silver Bells Pre-
view for residents of senior
centers at 9 a.m. and ~the
Gala Party at 6:30 p.m. The
festival will be open Satur-
day Nov: 15 and Sunday,
Nov. 16 ifrorn 10 a.in, to 5
p.m. Vendor booths, chil-
dren's activities and enter-
tainment will be ongoing,
New this year is a Family
Night on Nov. 15 at 6 p.m-
where children are invited
to participate in a prajama
fashion show and a scav-
ehger hunt. Also; on Mon-
~day, Nov. 17, there will be
designer-led workshops for
'thqse who want to get a
head start their holiday
preparations. Three work-
shops are planned begin-
ning at 10 a.m. Tickets are
available in advance by


calling (772) 234-8052.
Reservations are required
for the workshops.
For more information
about the Festival, call 772-
234-8052.

SATURDAY, NOV.. 15

*Dasie Bridgewater
Hope Center presentss
"Evening of Hope" starting
at 5:30 p.m. at The Club at
Polite West, 7500 14th
Lane, Vero Beach. The cost
is $75 per person/$125 per
couple. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 589-3535
*The Sun Up Center of
Indian River County is
hosting its annual treasure
sale, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.hl. at
the Sun Up Center, located
at 2455 5th Street, South-
west. For more information,
call (772) 770-6626.
*The Elks of the Sebast-


ian Lodge No. 27141 731 S.
Fleming St., Sebastian, will
hold a flea market on from
8 a.m.- noon. For more
information, call (772) 589-
.1516.
SU.S. Navyr Armed Guard
and Merchant Marine Vet-
erans who served ini World
War IIv.ill host a meeting at
9 a.m. at lklarsh Landing
Restaurant at -11 North
Broadwvay, Fellsinere. `For
more information, call (772)
571-0230.

MONDAY, NOV. 17

The Alumnae Associa-
tion of the College of Saint
Elizabeth .is hosting the
iniauguiral meeting of the
Treasure Coast Chapter.
Alumnae are invited to
gather at the Vero Beach
Museum of Art at 11:30 for a
guided tour of the exhibit


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-- An audition will be held
for the Missoula Children's
Theatre production of "The
Amazing Aidventures of
Robinson Crusoe" on Dec. 1
at 4 p.m. at the. Agnes
WahlstromYouth Playhouse.
Those auditioning should
plan to arrive at 4 p.m. and
stay for the full two-hour
audition. Some of those cast
eilbe aske tostae faroa
lowing the audition-
Rehearsals will take place
between 4 p.m. and 8:30
p.m. the week of Dec, 1 with .t
two performances taking
place or Dec. 6.
Students in kindergarten
through eighth grade are
encouraged to audition. No
advance preparation is nec-
esary A $56 pa tcip to
who are cast.` The fee
includes two shoiv tickets.
The Vero Beach perform-
ances are presented by
Riverside Children's Theatre ,
and will take place in the
Anne Morton Theatre, 3280
Riverside Park Drive. Tickets
are $8 and may be purchased
through the box office at
(772) 231-6990 or (800) 445-
6745. They may also be pur-
chased online at www.river-
sidetheatre.com.


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FRIDAY, NOV. 14 -
SUNDAY, NOV. 16

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miles west` of.I-95 exrit' 156
(CR 512) at 13101 99th
Street, -Fellsmere. Parking is
cozilplimentary. Seats are
provided. No coolers
allowed. For times and
directions, call (772) 234-
4412.

FRIDAY, NOV. 14 -
MONDAY, NOV. 17

*Festival of Trees: Agnes
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Do nown VeroHBeach ce
brates its annual old-fash-
wt da popa street pat
when "Christmas in Down-
town at Downtown Friday"
takes place on Nov. 28.
p~The even Aun ere3t-8:30
20hand 3d steets tPbato o
along 14th Avenue and inside
the Heritage Center, the

vendors.
Charities of the Evening will
be the Homeless Family Cen-
ter, the Samaritan Center and
The Source.
The event will kick-off with -
children's activities, including
a bounce house and the Poca-
hontas Park playground will
be operational for play
throughout the evening.
The Sun-Up Center for the
Developmentally Disabled
will oversee a booth for chil-
dren -to make Christmas tree
ornaments beginning at 3
p.m.
The Stringsations will per-
form from 3:15 to 3:45 p.m. on
14th Avenue across from the
Heritage Center. Making up
the Stringsations ~are: Jeirry
Lamothe (violin), Alec Bark-
er~volin), Cooper Hendrix
(cello) and Alex Smith (viola).
All boys are in seventh
grade and play in the Gifford
Middle School advanced
orchestra under the direction
of Matthew Stott. All boys are
also privately instructed by
Thomas Fritz.
The Jerry Chambers Gold-
en Oldie Dance Party heads
the entertainment list at 3:30
p.m. At 5:30 p.m., The Party
Dolls and the "Ikeasure ,Coast
sensation, "Sha-Boom," a 50s


DooWap harmony group, will
performcuntil 8:30 pB m

ds gned frH & idn,Cwllb
organized by the ~un Up en-
ae forthe developmentally
Children 12 and under are
asked to decorate their bicy-
cles with tinsel, wreaths,
lihs, stlandmund mre.
bejnn Cat 3:3 op~ at he
on 14th Avenue across from
.the Heritage Center. The bike
:-;ade andcontest will begin
A motorcycle toy rim will
begin at 4:30 .p.m. from
Dodgertown' parking lot on
26th Street in Vero Beach and
arrive to Downtown Friday at
5:30` p.m. Motorcyclists
should enter downtown on
the south end of 14th Avenue,
and,park in the block in front
of the old loridaTheatre.
The charities of the evening
will have a Christmas booth,
which will showcase informa-
tion about their individual
groups and act as the drop for
holiday donations from the
visiting crowd and bikers.
Donors miay select gifts
from the agency's wish list
which includes diapers,
wipes, cleaning supplies, toi-
letries, paper products, dry
and canned goods, toys for
children (unwrapped) and
any size and gender jeans, T-
shirts, socks, underwear and
sweatshirts. All items should
be new and unused.
SSanta will arrive on 'the
"Santa Cycle" accompanied
by 19rs. Claus and Santa's elf.
The ofFicial tree lighting~ and
Pocahontas Park lights, cour-
tesyT of the city ofVero Beach,
are lit at 6 p.m.
Santa and Mrs. Claus will
visit with children throughout
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parent family. One-third of
the kids have suffered
abuse or neglect, and
approximately 40 percent
have one or both parents
incarcerated. Some of the
children are being raised by
grandparents or foster par"
ents. Theses gifts can make
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All~ gifts are appreciated.
Gifts in great need this sea-
son include: board games,


books, art sets, electronic
games (especially learning
games), MP3 and portable
CD players, gift cards, pre-
paid cell phones, and
sports equipment, such as
basketballs, baseballs and
mitts, tennis balls and rac-
quets, footballs, soccer
balls, fishing rods, bikes
and scooters.
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trs for children oi- tto hel
unteers who may not have
the time to spend with a
child every week may vol-


unteer to participate in
special one-time outmngs
and activities held through-
out the year. In just a cou-
ple of hours week avolun-
teer can make a dramatic
difference ii the life of such
a child in need.
To learn more about
donating Christmas gifts or
volunteering, visit
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like to volunteer to be drop-
off centers for toys may call
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-- Help Santa make this
Christmas happy for kids
by donating gifts appropri-
ate for boys or girls, ages 5-
18. The cost of each gift
should be $25 or less; gifts
should not be wrapped.
They will be distributed
to ch dren w o patcpate


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ed and abused kids.
Each Youth Guidance
child comes from a single-


appreciated. Light refresh-
ments are available. The
Heritage Center is located at
2140 14th Ave., Vero Beach.
*Vero Beach Museunt of
Art features exhibitions of
international, national, and
state importance are shown
Throughout the year in four
galleries.. The museum also
hotises a gift shop store and
is the largest teaching muse-
Sum school in Florida. It is
Located at 3001BRiit= id
more information, call (772)
231-0707
Vero Beach Green Mar-
ket is held every Tuesday
from 3-7 p.m. Find plants,
fruits and vegetables,
seafood, herbs, coffee, fresh-
ly made,~ donuts, hand
milled soaps, lotions, teaS,
and on occasion, artisan
sausages anid cured meats,
fresh local eggs, home made
doggie treats, and much
more. The market is located
at the, corner of 14th Avenue
and 21st Street infront of the
Heritage Centre.
Guided kayak toitrs: Vis-
'itrs Uadl g ng t:: Ini
nature at its tropical best.
They can experience the
thrill of close encounters
with dolphins, manatees
See OUT, B4


.Station, located .in down-
town Vero Beach, was origi-
nally built in 1903. It is on
the National Register of His-
toric 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 prehis-
toric 'times through World
War II. There is a model
train display that offers
panoramic vews of his ori-
County. The Railroad Sta-
tion is located at 2336 14th
Ave., Vrero Beach. For more
information, call (772) 778-
3435.
*Indian River County
Historical Society preserves
the artifacts, sites and strtic-
tures related to Indian River
County heritage, and offers
maps and directions to sites
.of historic interest through-
out the county. The society
is housed in a 190'3 Vero
Beach Train Station, located
at.2336 14th Ave., Vero
Beach, and is open Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 10
a m-ol pn.1( o~r mne io-
*The Heritage Bluegrass
Band performs every lTues-
day night,, from 7:30-10 p.m.
There is no admission
charge and donations are


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Room, located at 13695 N.
U.S. 1 in Sebastian. For more
information, call (772) 562_
2272.

ONGOING EVENTS
*Pelican Island National
Wildf Refu~g ho a g ie
tours on Saturdays from 8-
11 a.m. The volunteer-guid-
ed tours will visit Bird's
Impoundment Trail and the
newily~reopened Cente'nnial
Tr~ail. 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/pel-
icanislandlevents
*Italian-Amenican war
veterans, Post No.3 and
Women's Auxiliary, located
at 2500 15th Avet., Vero
Beach, hods busm ss~em -

oedne ayt sfearceh 6 th
p.m., on the fourth Wednes-
day of the month. New
members welcome. For
information, call (772) 231-
5673 or (772) 770-2558.
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forward. It's time for focus
and action.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You handle distractions with
grace and ease. Remember
that behind the storm, the
sun still shines. Your creative
flow is coming into a new
higher level. Keep expanding
your aircle~ of influence and
responsibility and you will be
amazed at how your bril-
liance and tenacity will
amaze others, including
yourself. Follow through and
all will be well,
A voice of hope
Come visit me at the Pineap-
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Friday through Sunday, Nov.
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through Friday 10 a.m.-4
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For more information call
(772) 770-2263.
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garden listed on the Nation-
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and endorsed by The Gar-
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Hall of Giants and Spanish
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always sense the right thing
to do anti then you do it,
even when faced with large
challenges. Keep focused on
your top priorities and noth-
ing will slow you down or
halt your progress.
Scorpio-0t. 23-Nov. 21
You always give 100 percent,
especially when your heart is
in it.' This is the key for your
present and future success. If
your heart isn't in it, don't do
it. Refuse to allow the world
to back you in a corner. This
is paramount to your happi-
ness, abundance and joy.
Continue to move your
dreams forward and enjoy
tremendous success.

Sagittarius-Nov.22Z-Dec.21
Recent success makes you
want even more. Just be sure
to finish what you start. Your
strong earthly grounding is a
major factor in your success.
Your high spirit drives you
even more. Keep it as simple


as possible. Don't bite off
more than you can chew. A
written plan and positive
affirmations is the key to
continued joy.
Capricorn-Dec.22Z-Jan. 19
Courage is one of your
strongest assets. The others
are honesty and persever-
ance. Stand up for your
beliefs and refuse to back
down when you know you
are right. Continue to be up
front with others and com-
municate how you feel. You
never accept less than the
best in yourself. Others draw
strength from your courage.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. lis
There are many new oppor-
tunities coming into your life
right.now. Why? Because of
all the positive changes you
have created with family and
work. This gives you several
new choices in your actions
and results. Change is possi-
ble that will greatly please
you and keep you moving


Scopes
From page B1
see new ways to use your
many talents. Your loyalty
and hard work is legion. Your
light continues to shine.
Keep creating new plans and
stay focused on your goals.
Follow your gut instinct
when all else fails and
emerge victorious over life.
Uibra-Sept.23-Oct.22
Your continued belief in oth-
ers is the spark that keeps
you moving and going in the
right direction. You need lit-
tle policing because you are
what -justice is all about. You


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required. Space is limited to
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a butterfly garden, native
plant garden, wet labs and
more. Also canoe tours,
workshops and other activ-
ities. Open daily with one-
hour tours offered through-
out tthhe wek.i No ch ge.
style home of poet Laura
Riding Jackson on Satur-
days fi~om 9 a.m. to noon.
The center is located at 255
Live Oak Drive, Vero Beach,
south of the ~Wabasso
Bridge. For more informa-
tron call (772) 589-5050, or
visitwww.elcweb. org.


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Museum features treasures
discovered from ancient
Spanish ships wrecked in
1715, off .of Indian River
County's coast. Open seven
days a week f nm i1s0 am
ages 6 years and older.
Located at 13180 A1A, Vero
Beach, north of County
Road 510. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 589-2147.
Environmental I earn-
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boardwalk creates a trail
through a, mangrove,forest,


arrow fromban atlatl and

potter eaking js s the Ais
Ad th useu' S mole
lencampmen ,. i iorsricin
lifestyles and cultural tradi-
ti ns
o e new s ecial exhibit
"imag(in)ing the Seminole '
explores the way in which
photographers documented
the Seminoles and their cul-
ture throughout the 19 and
20th centuries, and how these
photographs have altered
society's view of the tribe.
Complementing the exhib-
it will be highlights from the
museum's extensive Semi-
nole clothing and artifact col-
lections, as well as a mini-
exhibit on local photographer
Harry Hill, who pho-
tographed the Seminoles m
St. Lucie County. The exhibit


9il run through February
A lecture on the history and
imotneN efcor oe mo z
will also be part of the event.
Other ve~ndors include the St.
Lucie Historical Society and
members of the Seminole
tribe
The St. Lucie County His-
torical Museum is located at
414 Seaway Drive, under the
South Bridge on Museum
Pointe mn Fort Pierce.
Regular museum admis-
sion will be charged for this
event. Admission is $4 for
adults, $3.50 for seniors over
65, and $1.50 for children 6-
17 years and college students.
Children under 6 are free.
For more information call
Brynn Batsche at (772) 462-
1891 or e-mail
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In celebration of National
Native American Heritage
month and the opening of a
new special exhibit
"Imag(in)ing the Seminole,
the St. Lucie County Histori-
cal Museum will host its
Annual Native American His-
tory Day on Saturday, Nov. 22
fnrom 10o tooth national
theme, "Celebrating Tribal
Nations: America's Great
Partners," the program will
feature lectures, demonstra-
tions and hands-on activities
that deal with the ~Treasure
Coast's two Native American
tribes, the Ais and the Semi
noles.
A hands-ori exhibit and
demonstration ofAis artifacts
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in a large turkey roasting
ian;eav enhe bag open No
open the bag for the last half
Hour, then baste and roast
'til golden.
For a large turkey, place
ona rack in a heavycro sting
Make a tent of heavy
aluminum foil and place
over top of turkey. This will
prevent the moisture from
escaping.
Baste occasionally and
roast until done. Remove
foil about 1/2 hour before
for a crispy, crackly skin.
If you choose to stuff the
turkey, be sure the stuffing
is cooled first; bacteria can
grow when you place hot
stuffing into $ cold bird.
Loosely stuff both the body
and neck cavity; the stuffing
will swell as the bird cooks.
Close the openings with
turkey skewers and string.
Tie wings and legs and then
roast as directed on the
package.
See GURU, B7


On Nov. 6, area businesses
joined together to help the
homeless during the 16th
Annual Samaritan Center
Soup Bowl. Charlotte
Snedeker, left, and Judy
Overly, joined husbands
Ray and Steve for lunch at
The Lakes at Pointe West.


H ello smart shoppers.olda cobk

special at the end of th6
column.
It's turkey time, again. Any
brand of turkey is good; it's
hwyou colc at sat wi l
For my turkey, I make my
German Aunt Margie's
sausage stuffing. According
to my daughter-in-law, Lisa,
"It should be patented!"
Roasting your first turkey
can be a terrifying cooking
experience; just pretend it's
a very large chicken,
To go with the turkey, look
for many vegetable recipes
next week including
mashed potatoes, candied
yam, mashed rutabaga and
German-style spinach and
cranberry sauce plus nuts,
pies and fruit.
Make as many foods as
possible a day or two before
the big day to make your life
easier.
Ifyou're reading this
column, you have some
thing to be thankful for.


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Have a blessed Thanksgiv-
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ROAST TURKEY
Thaw turkey,, remove
giblets from the cavity and
neck, remove any fat and
soak in cold salted water for
at least one hour. Doing this
gives the meat a fresher
flavor. Rinse and dry with
paper towels. Follow
roasting instruction's on the
turkey bag.
Rub turkey with canola
oil, sprinkle with salt and
pepper. For a small turkey,
place breast side down on a
sprayed v-rack. Turn right
side up the last half hour of
roasting.
Another trick for a perfect
bird is to season and place
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Mix corns together in
large casserole. Whisk
together remaining ingredi-
ents, reserving butter. Blend
into corn mixture. Dot with
butter. Bake at 350 for one
hour.

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TURKEY STUFFING

Enough for a large turkey'
22 pounds or more; the
leftovers freeze great.

1 pound pork sausage
(roll)
41large onions, chopped
6 large stalks celery,
chopped
1 tbsp. canola oil
Turkey liver, chopped
(optional)
2 teaspoons sage
2 teaspoons salt
1/2-teaspoon black

2 tablespoons chopped
parsley
1 large loaf white bread
2 cups chicken broth,
canned or homemade

Break up sausage and
brown in skillet. Drain and
set aside. Add canola oil to
skillet. Saute onion, celery
and turkey liver.* Add
seasonings.
Return sausage to pan.
and cook a few minutes. In a
large bowl, break bread up
into small pieces.
Add sausage mixture and


broth. Mix thoroughly.
Taste. Add more salt if
necessary. Cool and stuff
turkey or cook in casserole
as explained in turkey
rec pe.
*Liver can be discarded or
added, raw, to cooled
stuffing. It will cook in the
baking.

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For Thanksgiving last year ~
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To free the oven for the
ve tables, I tried an old
m thod and timed it.
Put the turkey, tented
with foil, in a 200-degree
oven at 10 p.m. the night
before. At 10 a.m., turn oven
to 325-degrees, roast about
two hours or until a meat
thermometer inserted in the
thigh registers between 170
and 180 degrees. Increase
tim according to size. Baste
Results: a tender, juicy
bird. You can also remove
the turkey from the oven in
the morning and put it back
into a pre-heated oven two
hours before you plan to
serve.
For an end result that is ,
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in fat, place stuffing in a
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in ally, a weekend with
moderate tempera-
tures, no wind and fish.
Could it be any better?
Offshore, the action
started at 100 feet, straight
out of the inlet. There were
Seed lines and pretty water'
but moso im tantly, bait
method and dolphin were
the targets.
ni eih; frem 1o e2 7
pounds. Those pesky

from up to five releases.
There were wahoo and
kings for the anglers-who
pulled down baits, molre
d lhin and those pesky

Big Spanish mackerals
were' there for the pitch
rods, with quite a few cobia
t k upgyouhbhuos D wn to
SSpanish mackerals have
made a strong show for
anglers using glass minn~ow
chum.
That strong show of sails
should make for big '
tournament numbers. Yes,
it is about thathime.
Surf anglers: the water
has settled and weeds have
broken up. Blues, mackerals
and pompano were waiting
for you. Spoons,top the bait
list for the early angler; big
top water lures took their
share.
Late morning anglers,
caught the whiting, croak-
ers and snook. They just
had to wait for the waterR'o :
warm. Pompano were ini
and out all day, most weie ~
small, but enough numbers
that you were sure to take a
few home. And yes there
were fleas oh the edge.
The river water was
Absent and missing turbidi-
w~here, east side or wYeit. It


FISHING
HENRY
CAIMATTO


was those peskyrtrout, they
know the season is closed
an dnaliens re orted slot-
deep water. East side and
west it was hard to get bait
to the red fish because the
trout were on it.
Good catches of red fish

artificial baits, cool part is,'
they have been in all day.
There were good numbers
of small snook, plenty of
jacks, lady fish, 2 pound
flounder, a few blues and
mackerels, jtist enough to
keep that rod bent.,
There are lots of black:
drum at the bridges, and
yres, they do have limits. Not
less than 14mnches or iiiore
than 24'inclhej, fileis the
bag with one over 24 inches.
Sti~llooking for the slot
Isnook, the bridges are the
locations, taking deep baits.
Bring your camera, because
most fish are over the slot
and the older the picture
the heavier the fish.
Finally, the pompano at
the east end of the cause-
ways; this is where the
bigger fish have been taken.
The fish have been there all
day, not always chewiing,
but there. Doc's and Nylure
jigs top the list. Green was
the color this weekend.
Plenty of mackerals also
reported from those
10cations, and yes, the~big
jacks would come through
to test your equipment.

Henry Ca~imatto owns the
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NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD

IN RE: The practice of contracting
Eric Jones
916 25th Ave.
Vero Beach, FL 32960
CASE NO.: 2007-032074
LICENSE NO.: C37639
The Department of Business and Poesoa
Regulation has filed an AdministrativeCopan
against you, a copy of which may be obtained b
contacting, Jamie Duran, Office ofGera
Counsel, Department of Business ad
Professional Regulation, 1940 North Mno
Street, Suite 33, Tallahassee, .FL 32399-222
(850) 487-9651.
If no contact has been made by you cnenn
the above by December 12, 20 8, the matter o
the Administrative Complaint will be presented a
a hearing pursuant to 120.57(2), F.S. beforeth
Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a special accommodation to
adrticit oina hscyproceedingnotoeul ontac% t te
seven days prior to the proceeding at the address
GT lhoonn: ()257-6097; 1-800-955-8771(TDD
or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay Service.


PRESER VE A T
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FOR YOURSELF
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2299 10th Ave SW

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A784/ 50019...Herresshoff designed traditional launch FG &
finished teak excellent condition throughout.-Total upgrades
11 707 include new Yanmar 3YM30 diesel, controls, gauges. fuel
tank, Garrnin Fishflnder, culsom Maglctilt traller'OS, cushions -a
stainless steel frame wil l' awning, all gear Incl. L.O.A. 18'2',
Sbeam 8', draft22". Wt/2200 lbs. $29,950 _772) 23!61 695


PORT ST. LUCIE
Morningside area. Newly
renovated house. 2-br/2
full baths, 1.5 car
garage. Wood floors,
new carpet in bedrooms.
Brand new kitchen with
new appliances. Includes
washer & dryer. No pets.
$785/mo.772-971-5420
VERO BEACH 715
17th Ave. 3-bdrm, 1-bath
W/D scr eennd ral e
porch. .$850/mo. + $300
deposit 305-304-1453
VERO BEACH 2/1 Dixie
Heights. Exc. cond. Nice
neighborhood. County
+ $500 .ec. F all 5/nm
King 1-772-567-Q795
VERO BEAC 11 c l


in~c ued. Ctalina Oaskes
No smoking. Pets under
20 Ibs 561-801-5928
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,
available immediately.
$900/mo 772-532-0752
VERO BEACH-.Beautiful
private cottage. Great
neighborhood. Ready to
MS eUtilli is 650/ mov ei
today. 772-299-1304



VERO BEACH: Furn &
Unfurn, Annual, Seasonal
1br-4brs' Beachside or
Mainland. From $450 to
$3500. Many choices.
Paula Rogers
772-231-9121 *
VERO Highlands 3/2/1
Neuly~ Remodeled, tile
thru-oilt. ApiGranite
counters. $795/mo + :
$1000 security. 980 23rd
Pl SW 786-290-6563

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VERO LAKES ESTATE
Close to 95 3/2/2 corner
lot. Large Home, Small
pet OK. Asking $975/mo
Call 305-992-3170







FORT PIERCE. 2/1.5
$99 First Months Rent.
Wan't Last! Only 2 Lefit
private back patio. Semi
gated community, pool.
Pets OK. 561-386-5644

ST. LCEI
Ft. Pierce area

WEATLHRSBEE

Rent or Buy to Own
2 Bedrooms $725-$775
or $104,000 -
"Furnished Seasonal
Available"
1221 E.
Weatherbee Rd

Larry 772-359-0360

VERO BEACH spacious
2/2 townhouse with loft
(den, office, game room)
in quiet landscaped
development. Thomas
ville cabinets, New A/C,
hapli~a ces.a Con hntl}

$901m 07-a7d78-38N50I
772-532-2905
VERO BEACH Village
Walk South Gated
comm, pool. 2/2/1
1400sqit. Close to US-1.
$975/mo 330-666-7529 *
VERO LAKE ESTATES -
3BR/2BA/2Car Gar.
Covered porch. Formal din-
ing, living, family rm, only
2.5yrs new! $900/mo. Call
Bobby 561-301-9745


FORT PIERCE 2-bdrm,
1-bath Duplex. Located
tra 6AI l ose tho sh ls

Deosit. 35-3 41 53NO


LAKEWOOD PARK
Room for rent, private
entrance, bath & cable,
Kitchenette, No pets
quiet $400/mo
772-466-7250

STUART furnished room
& bath. No smk/pet. 45+
female wants same.
Quiet, comm pool, Refs
$500+dep 772-286-8896


m:1 .. **. -
HOBE SOUND qit, 1/1
facing pool. Nique area,
nearrashops,5/beach.orM ny
tails 772-708-0731

bER gaEICdH vac tio

In 01m30-9a9n2-3 709.

VERO BEACH: $150/wk
1br wlbalcony. Close to
Downtown, Inci all util
772-643-8826



Im B~
FORT PIERCE- 2/1.5
completely renovated,
Centrally located, 510
lxoria Ae. Near beach.
$750/mo. 305-772-4065 .

F rT PEaRsE g 1,2 &
Good ta a, 5nV rginia
Call Steve 561-707-9548

FORT PIERCE: North
Beach 1br/1ba on Ocesin,
Fully Furnished with
Kten& Utilities. Daily
or $199/wk 772-465-9684


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SEBASTIAN Updated
2Br/2Ba with New appl.
in kitchen. All amenities,
(clubhouse, pool, tennis)
$850/mo.772-538-0031
SEBASTIAN: 1BR/1BA
Screened Lanai. NIc;
South Indian River Dr.
quiet neighborhood 1st
month fr e. $650/mo.
call Tom 883-983-8064
VERO BEACH $550
moves you. into a clean
_2bdrm. close to City Hall.
Central Air. Call
772-713-4363

VRO.BF nCHb55allista
fi eacny a nities, N a
trucks or pdts. $ 5 /mo

bER B h ChH cLu ury
( yul icl d. A, p on
$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: Bright,
Sunny 1-br/1-bal carport
balcony. No Pets/smoke.
Walk to beach, dining & .
shops. $750/mo
631-664-5332 ,,



VERO BEACH: Move in
speciallb &ewlyb remod-
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, P~arks
& Rest. 772-563-0013


StimllHus
check tO
purchase

Shomes
SOwner will
hIl finance.









PORT ST LUCIE, 31212
Beautiful. Tienew. kvitss
applianceswd. Fe ncuned
close-b to 95.& shopng
Good neighb020 ~orod.


PORT ST LUCIE* 311
$1290/mol. Netraile, ne i,
upgradnes, wld backsto
yr preserve. Gatlin ae.
Clovenin to 958 ahppnd
tpe.s 954-274-5699

Nea orr t rC le. E'3 2

FIL Reqo. $82/mo Sal tl

Ptoke. 772-349-56961


$50 mo or $ 9 lkly
Full Size 1Br, 1BA. Quiet
& Safe Area. Gated
Comm. Colony Club
Mobile Home Park.
9448-70 or Espanol




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MOVE-IN SPECIAL:
EFFICIENCIES
1 BEDROOMS 8

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SPECIAL
Luxury, Style>
Serenity e.
All Just a phone 3
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Apartments El

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Ft.HP Ier beuNiul lunurn
1/1 Key West style,
across from best beach,
lush landscape, new
kitchen & bath, 'wireless
internet, flat screen ty,
short or long term. From
$225 wkly. 2502 Tamar-
ind Dr. 772-321-5879
www.seahorsebeachbun
galows.com
.SATELLITE BEACH
EFFICIENCY CONDO,
Furnished, A1A across
from ocean. Annual
$575/mo.706-258-8460




SEBASTIAN-SPACIOUS
& AFFORDABLS- 2/2 &
3/2 apts. Apply & Qualify
to receive FREE Rent to
January 1, 2009. DON'T
DELAY CALL TODAYII
772-581-4440 *Income
Restrictions Apply


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FORD F-150 1992
Strong motor runs great
Perfect work truck
$2000/obo Must sell
772-873-8842



HUTCHINSON ISLAND -
RV lot. Nettles Island.
#1191 big corner lot.
Water view, Southern
exposure $800/mo +
e ectric. 518-848-4472








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CU TE CRCNUDIAN
RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
~FILE NO.
P2008-0633
IN RE: ESTATE OF
A. SELMER SOLE.






T addreissesamesnof the
hersonale repre senate

ALSONSE INEREaSAd F
Allcrdin tors of cthe
dcedent f Idand other
peisions thavn cairns or
dhemands against
adreedntes tate,
cprontingent or tiv

o peclsenirveis a1tt i e

MONTH AFTERSTHE
PUBLCATONS OFHIS
NOTICIED ORTHITY


cedccreditoran of ot ee
persons having claims or
meadnedns againstesa
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
fietheir claims witthe this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DELIC TIONEOFFTIRH%
NOTICE. OR TI

ALL CLAM ONO SO M
Th e dater of the frt
publcaet ond oftiotice
pesos Novembe 7, 2008.
rsoedn presetatve:
Vce Preident, foBNK
Road, uidted 200ms ms
Attorhey fr Perisoa wihti

DARRYLF J.E JACOS,


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Pub:iato Novebe 7,i & i
IsNovember 14, 2008

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CHEVY '71 Custom/10
1/2 ton, cherry &, original
350 w turobmatic. 73K
`$ ,00 72-3 61new.
DODGE VIPER '00 GTS
Coupe Red. 8000 ongmial
miles, mint cond $52,900
Days 386-589-3620 Even
386-677-5943
PONTIAC FIREBIRD
Trans Am 2002.
Collectors yellow. Last
$n ,0 Oa 2- 75 miles.




2008 NISSAN Altima.
Take on a pa ment of
$138.50; with $0 down
Bad credit is Ok. Toll

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772-562-63343
772-321-5455


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BUICK 1994 Roadmaster
WagonMPCold 1 MG 25
town. Runs great. $1,5 0
772-360-0132

hDeON idrAnCa~toda t
lies suffering from Can-
cer. Free Towing. Tax
Deductible. Children's
Cancer Fund of America,
Inc. www.ccfoa.org
1-800-469-8593
DONATE YOUR CAR To
AmericanR Associationd f

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ingx DNodn- bnners aOK7
days/wk 1-800-728-0801
HONDA ACCORD 2006
Great gas milea e, silver
Poe stm ri bowan ,

Ms n er. e9 m6 es
$15,00e0772-359-9612
MERCURY GRAND
Mardq C.19E9x6e t miles
$4000 772-569-2134




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:rJ a th l121 12 08 at
hicle will be sold at public
auction for the monies
owed on vehicle repairs.
& storage costs pursuant
to F.S.S. 713.585. The
lienor:R & M Auto Repair,
Inc. 626 Third Place Vero



flete in thres note T ihe


tove the amount prof the
liten wil be deoited wthe
heClerk of Court fo r d-

sbtove u Rjosiunr3 dher
42986Ply wmrl4.2008cia


Thrda~ N30e brt 2
following vehicle will be
sold at public auction to
pay for towing/storage
owing against them:
One (1) 1998 Chev VIN#
1G1ND52M9WY116209
Old Dixie H ghwa -





Florida Twing erVero
Pub: November 14, 2008
LEGAL NOTICE: On
2M00n8daat 93c ame Ohle
'fo lw mng vhcl i l c n
pay for towing/storage
owing against them:
-One (1) 1997 Ford VIN#
1FALP5R2U0VG5830
Place of sale b: 96 Ol
ODixiie H Mike'sy
WlreckerwngVero
Pub: November 14, 2008.
LEGAL NOTICE: On
o0n8 aat De3c0n O~. hle
'fol owirtg ve clasuwil be
pay for towing/storage
owing against them:
One (1) 1999 Cadi VIN#
1G6ET1UV29834X602
OlDixie Higway-City
Pb: Nov mber 14, 2008
LEGAL NOTICES O

Monday ateme Noon

ford Fiay Public nation t
1-800-823-0466orag


CNOUHRET CTUHIET
NINETEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO: P2008-0611
In Re: Estate of ,



Th~eeamnsrt of the
Estate of ANN G.

who"9- dt eah wa



which is P.O, Box 1028,
Vero Beach, FL
32961-1028. The names
pemd addre prsesentat v

rpdresen tave's paetrsone
are set forth below
All creditors of the estate
of the decedent an
persons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate,
including unmatured'
contingent or
unliquidatedeclais, eand

coe th rthilairrticeithmuhsd


MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS (30) DAYS AFTER
CHEDATOEONOF E RVCE

cedccredito nd of othhe
persons who have claims
cr dm ds against thee
including un matured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
TUBEIC IONEOFFTRH
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTIONS
733.702 AND 733.710
FORIDAB SFTARUETVE
BARRED.
NHT TWITHESRTANDSEG
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
OR MORE YEA S
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
.date of ~the first
|ulcto os v hi e4 ONotice
WILLIAM TAYLOR,
Personal Represeritative
935 PWhtitstn ceeCourL

65 Noel Whitei, Es .
SYLVIA NOELWHT
Personal Arpnresentativo
201 Douglas Avenue,
368 B(727 un7dd-06 5
Fla. Bar No. 0823041
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NOTICES

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