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VTERO BEACH





SHometown NeL

Vol. 6, No. 37 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 22, 2009


Project gets
impact award

The Indian: River Cham-
ber of Commerce Board of
County Commissioners,
city of Vero Beach and
Enterprise Florida were
recently recognized for
"outstanding achievement
in economic development"
for Project Osprey, retaining
Piper Aircraft in Vero Beach,
according to a chamber
press release.
,Due Consulting, publish-
er of "Trade & Industry
Development" magazine
bestowed the award, cham-
ber officials said.'
The retention project was
the only Florida project rec-
ognized for a community
impact award and was one
of 15 community projects
that received the accolade
out of more than 1,000
applications.
The award is highlighted
in the March/April issue of
"Trade & Industry" and is
available online at
www. tradeandindustrydev. c
om.

Two Vero Beach car
dealers in jeopardy

More than 750 Chrysler
dealerships will be affected
by the company's decision.
to file for bankruptcy last
week.
Lincoln, Mercury, Jeep of
Vero Beach and Dependable
Dodge of Vero Beach are
among those that received
notice from the company
that they may need to close.
Two other dealerships on
the Treasure Coast received
, notice as well, one in Fort
S..P.. Pierce and one in -Hobe
Sound.

Freedom 5K in Vero
Beach benefits seniors

Runners and walkers are
invited to participate in the

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Multilingual small business


workshop slated


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -
Owning their own business, setting
their own work hours, and being
their own boss is part of the Ameri-
can dream for some; but no one
says that it is easy.
The Indian River Chamber of
Commerce works together with the


Service Corps of Retired Executives
* to help small business owners, and
aspiring entrepreneurs, get good
footing.
SCORE offers four workshops on
a regular basis with the Indian River
and Sebastian River Area chambers,
including how to start a small busi-
ness, understanding Florida sales
tax, managing your businesses cash
and an excellent business plan.


Commissioners


reject staff proposal

They vote to open sand bid
to upland, offshore vendors


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com

INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY County beaches will
be re-nourished as soon as
possible, county commis-
sioners say, and both
upland sand miners and
offshore dredging compa-
nies will battle it out in the
bidding process. I
Commissioners voted
unanimously ,to allow
local sand suppliers to
compete in the bidding
process for beaches that
encompass almost 7 miles
from Treasure Shores Park
to the northern point of
John's Island during the
Indian River County Com-
mission meeting on May
12.
The vote was met with
applause around the
meeting chamber. ., ;. '
Penny Chandler, execu-
tive director of the Indian
River Chamber of Com-
merce, was pleased with
the decision, as well.
"They went, in the right
way, in my opinion," said
Ms. Chandler.
"To have an equal
opportunity for all of them
to bid on the project was
. great. Our position was
that it should be a bid
project that is fair and
really compares the bids,
like apples to apples, like
Commissioner Wesley
Davis said," Ms. Chandler
said.
The decision was not
the course of action rec-
ommended by staff, but


commissioners thought it
was fairer.
County staff recom-
mended that commission-
ers allow local sand min-
ers to participate in a
request for proposal for
emergency beach re-nour-
ishment, while offshore
sand providers do the
actual bidding on the proj-
ect after the work permits
are obtained.
Staff would then com-'
pare the numbers and see
which company overall
would be the best deal,
said Jonathan Gorham,
coastal resource manager.
None of the commis-
sioners thought that keep-
ing upland and offshore
providers separate in the
process was a good idea.
"It's not fair to the
upland miners," said
Commissioner. : Peter
O'Bryan.
For the upland miners,
to show their hand and
prices before the offshore
providers made their bids,
was not going to be an
option, Mr. O'Bryan said.
" Consultant Michael
Walter warned that the
action may 'result in a
longer wait time until new
sand reaches the beach,
estimating a departure
from the November start
date to, sometime in Janu-
ary 2010.

For more information
about upcoming county
commission meetings, call
(772) 226-1490, or visit
www.ircgdy.com.


On June 9, the i
Latin Business
Council of the Indi- .---.
an River County j 7
Chamber will work
with SCORE repre- (Next to
sentatives to pres-
ent "Pasos Para Emp.sat
Un Negocio," a steps to star a small
business workshop for Spanish-
speaking entrepreneurs at the Indi-


an
See WORKSHOP, A4


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School celebrates, anowversary, first graduatng class


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ByJessica TuggW
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERb BEACH They
may be one of the smallest
gladuating classes in Vero
Beach, butthe five semors
at Master's Academy like it
that way.'
For Katherine -Bailey,
Jessica Martinelli, Maria
Perez, Joshua Powell and
Tyler Smith, high scho.ol
has been a great journey
filled with challenging,
academics fun adven-
tutes, menormg opportu.-
nities -and good friends.
"With 'only 40 students
in the high school, it'seasy
to get to know everybody,"
said Jessica, who 'will pur-
,sue,, a degree in 'physical
therapy after high school.
The camaraderie
between students'of, dif-
ferent grades is one of the
things that make the
school different from pub-
lic schools, she said.
I Master's Academy, a Ori-


vate Christian school
started by- the First
Church of God of Vero
Beach, wasestablished in
1998 with a kindergaten
class of 14 students. The
2008-09 school year also
marks the 10th anniver-
sary of the school, as well
as its first year of graduat-
ing students:
Maria has only been
enrolled at Master's Acad-
emy for two of her four
years inhigh school, but
-has embraced the chal-
lenge of a rigorous aca-
demic schedule.
Because of'her Interest
in the field. of nutrition,
Maria has been able to
work in the school's cafe-
teria, alongside the food
service director, to get
practical. experience in
her chosen field.
"I was able to work in
the cafeteria and interact
with young students that
came, in, which fs great,
because Id like to target


youth
i n
n u t'r i-
t i, o'n
.\educa-
really
d o n't
think I
would
h a v e
had the


Bailey


oppor-
tunity
to work in a cafeterila, like
I have been here, if I was
at a larger school," Maria
said.
For Joshua, who has
attended Master's Acade-
my since fourth grade, the
private school has given
him opportunities to grow
as a leader and mentor.
"It's a small enough
school that we are able to
mentor the younger stu-,
dents and,' for me, I was
able to be a worship
leader in chapel and be a
mentor and spiritually


guide other people," said
Joshua.
Joshua has been accept-
ed into the music prograrn
at Anderson University in
Anderson, Ind., where he
will major in music.
About 300 students are
enrolled in the school
from pre-K to 12th grade,
said Debbie Morgan, pub-
lic relations officer.
Another first for the
school this year is the
presentation of a senior
thesis by each graduating
student.


Each student must write
a 25- to 50-page thegis on,
a chosen topic that
demonstrates an opinion
from a biblical worldview,
which must be then
defended orally before a
panel of eight judges.
Headmaster Grant Pow-
ell, who is also Joshua's
father, was proud of the
work done by the seniors.
"It's the culmination of
the seniors' high school
learning experience at the
school; it displays their
See SCHOOL, A2


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Friday, May 22, 2009


A2 Vero Beach Hometown News


Banquet to honor priest, church


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Cross Catholic Church in
Vero Beach.
The award will be pre-
sented to Father Richard
Murphy of Holy Cross


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award on behalf of the peo-
ple of Holy Cross, which
will in turn assist the cen-
ter.
The banquet is the pri-
mary annual fundraiser for
the Gifford Youth Activity
Center, located at 4875
43rd Ave., Vero Beach. The
funds will enable the center
to continue numerous pro-
grams for at-risk youth,
seniors, and the communi-


This year's event will
begin with a social hour at
5:30 p.m., and dinner start-
ing at 6:30 p.m. Entertain-
ment will be provided by
the Gifford Youth Orchestra
String Quartet. Tickets are
available for $125 per per-
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The center has a variety
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School
From page Al
ability to reason and
research and shows a
mastery of their studies
and allows them to put to
put it practice" he said.
Tyler, who will receive:
his associate's degree in
criminal justice from Indi-
an River State College this
summer, said teachers
play a vital role in success
of their academic careers.
"We really work as a
team, and the teachers are
always there for you, every
step of the way," said
Tyler.
"They really hold us
accountable," he said. :
I Tyler is enlisted in.the
Army National Guard and
will leave for boot camp in
July.
Katherine, who is look-
ing into business, com-
munication, photography
and law as potential
majors, said the attitude
of the teachers makes a
big difference in how stu-
dents learn.
"It's never just busy
work and 'let's get scores
out of you.' They take time
to help you when you
need it and are very
approachable," said
Katherine.
The 2007 Master's Acad-
emy students topped
average SAT scores of
other high schools in the
county by as much as 231
points, according to a
school press release.
. "(The students') aca-
demic achievement has a
lot to do with their envi-
ronment and an under-
standing of who they are
and whose they are," said
Headmaster Powell.
"Once they see his prov-
idence and that he has a
-purpose for their lives,
they see beyond the pres-
ent and are motivated. I
think it's not so much a
drive for success, as it is
an understanding of their
purpose," he said.
For more information
about Master's Academy. of
Vero Beach, visit
wWw.mastersvb.org.


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Indian River County firefighters quickly contain and extinguish a brush fire off of 58th Avenue in Vero Beach on May 5.
The drought index has remained high, despite'some recent rains.

Fight fires before they start by planning smart


By Jessica Tuggle 27th Avenue and Fifth your home, like stucco and
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com Street; also threatening. brick," he said.
homes and businesses in On a point scale of 1 to
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY. the south county area. 800, Indian River County's
-Soaring summer teniper- In both cases, Indian drought index has reached
atures, coupled with a lack River County firefighters 649, making it very,danger-
of rain means very dry con- and other emergency ous, Chief Nolan said.
ditioris throughout the responders, including Divi- Simple things such as
county. Officials warn resi- sion of Forestry employees, arranging plants in a land-
dents to be careful and not worked together to contain scaping scheme can make a
get burned, literally, the fire and cut off its fuel big difference in the overall
The weeks without rain supply, said Indian River level of fire safety .around a
have placed firefighters on County assistant fire Chief home, the fire chief said.
alert to potential fire threats Brian Nolan. "You don't want to have a
and with the wind unpre- "If you live in an area that plant growing tall near the
dictable, residents need to backs up to woods, you house, growing up near the
be extra cautious and pre- should consider how you soffits, because you don't
pare their homes and fami- will respond to a fire long want (the fire) to act like a
lies ahead of time, officials before the dry season wick and travel up to,'your
'said. begins and take early pre- roof," said Chief Nolan.
On April 25, a fire along cautions," saidChiefNolan. "Keep the plants around
58th Avenue threatened "Practical .things, like your house low and choose.
Kings Baptist Church, more keeping \our roofs and gut- plants that aren't really dry,
than a dozen homes and ters clear of leaves and pine for example hibiscus
ravaged 80 acres. needles .are recommended, plants," he said.
On April 18, more than 40 a-s ell.jas using fire retar- .Other dps he shared with
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before a fire hits the neigh-
borhood, is to find at least
two ways out of a neighbor-
hood in case of a fire threat
and to put up hurricane
shutters.
"When it's dry like this,
you can consider putting up
hurricane shutters. because
the heat can crack a single
pane of normal windows."
said Chief Nolan.
"Covering the windows
and removing the curtains
from the window area, mov-
ing furniture to the center of
the room is the safest thing
to do," he added.
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dried branches and leaves.
"It a neighborhood that
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Workshop
From page Al
River Chamber.
Spanish translators will be
on hand during the work-
shop to ensure concepts
and ideas are conveyed
accurately.
According to the U.S. Cen-
sus Bureau, Hispanics are
the largest ethnic group who
speak a second language in
the county.


The workshop will cover
startup fundamentals, such
as business planning and
marketing, and then deal
with the nuts and bolts of'
everyday business, such as
licensing, taxes and incor-
poration, said an experi-
enced SCORE counselor.
Tom Spear, a SCORE
counselor from Vero Beach,
said those with aspirations
of starting their own small
business often start off on
the wrong foot, because


they don't think through
their starting steps.
"I call the (presentation)
'plan do,' because so many
people do, but don't plan
and then they fail," said Mr.
Spear.
Mr. Spear said some sta-
tistics he has seen show that
anywhere from 50 to 80 per-
cent of small business with-
in five years fail, which he
attributes, in part, to poor
planning from the get-go.
"The statistics aren't good


for new small businesses.
I've never seen them less
than 50 percent," Mr. Spear
said.
Failing at a small business
is not only hard financially,
but emotionally.
"Who wants to realize that
they've failed at anything?"
he said.
Planning ahead can elimi-
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"When you go to build a
house, do you start con-
struction without a plan?
"Planning is not some-
thing we don't do as a part of
our normal lives, when we
buy a car, remodel a bath-
room or a kitchen, albeit at
different levels, but for some
reason, people don't see that
when they start a small busi-
ness," said Mr. Spear.
SCORE is made up' of
retired businessmen and
women, many times com-
pany executives, with years
of experience to share with
people just starting out in
business.
"It's interesting work,"


I Fires
From page A3
woods, they can go in there
and clean up as a group to
get debris up off the
ground, because really, it
just 'makes' sense," said
Chief Nolan.
With 11, soon to be 12,
stations housing respon-
ders around the county,
response time is fairly
quick, the fire chief said.
"I'll brag and say that they
did a really good job on the
fire and getting'it contained
on Fifth Street Southwest


said Mr. Spear.
"My part is to inform peo-
ple and help them succeed,"
he said.
For a complete list of the
SCORE workshops offered at
the Indian River and the
Sebastian River Area cham-
bers, visit
www.score308.com.
For more information
about the Indian River
Chamber of Commerce, visit
www.indianriverchamber.c
om.
- For more information
about the Sebastian River
Area Chamber, visit
www.sebastianchamber.co
m.


recently and they kept it
away from the Salvation
Army and other buildings.
They were there at the
scene in just a few min-
utes," Chief Nolan said.
."This is not their first
time at the rodeo, they're
very seasoned veterans and
do a great job," said Chief
Nolan.

For more information
about the Fire Rescue divi-
sion, burn permits or
inspections, call the Indian
River County Fire and Life
Safety Bureau at (772) 226-
1880.


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Police report


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sunted innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a
court of law.
Vero Beach,
Police Department
William Caine Smith, 27,
1976 17th Ave., Apt; 10, Vero
Eehch, was charged with driv-
iig while license suspended,
revoked, canceled or disqual-
fied and being,in a crash
involving death or personal
injuries.
Diandre Maurice Tucker,
20, 999. Old Dixie Highway,
S.W., Vero Beach, was charged
with aggravated assault.
Panayotis K. Kokotinis Jr.,
45,1926 16thAve., Apt. B,Vero
Beach, was charged with driv-
ing while license suspended
with knowledge.
Belinda Carol Cantrell,
aka Belinda Carol Quarles, 50,
2165 17th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with being a
fugitive from justice.
.* iobert Edwin Maclin, 23,
6501 Ocala Ave., Fort Pierce,
was charged with develop-
ment and possession of a
controlled substance, tam-
Ipering with physical evidence.
and introducing contraband


into a detention facility.
Indian River County
Sheriff's Office
Sean Vincent Nabors, 21,
3537 Northwest 73rd Way,
Carol Springs, was charged
with 'driving while license
suspended and misde-
meanor charges of unlawful
'license tag and license sus-
pended.
William Anthony Ford,
21, 5746 37th St., 32966, was
charged with child abuse.
David Richard Gabbert,
49, 935 17th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
grand theft.
David Roger Swartwood,
52, 2130. Spyglass Lane, Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony driving while license
suspended.
Alfred Davis, 68, 5715
59th Drive, Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
battery domestic violence.
James Willie Byrd, 25,
1890 Woodland Circle, No.
104, Vero Beach, was
charged with using worth-
less checks.
Dustin A. Cruce, 21, 16
N. Cypress St., Fellsmere,
was charged with giving
false information to a pawn-
broker and dealing in stolen,
property.


Sean Loren Bradley, 21,
1711 Northeast 16th Drive,
Jensen Beach, was charged
with giving a false name to a
pawnbroker and dealing in
.stolen property.
Lori J. Parks, 41, 7575
129th St., Roseland, was
charged with failure to
appear in court.
Jamie L. Plummer, 24, 72
Royal Oak Court, No. 204,
Vero Beach, was charged
with child abuse, resisting
arrest with violence and
misdemeanor charges of-
two counts of battery
domestic violence and
resisting an arrest without
violence.
Edward William McEl-
henny, 46, ,1166 Sixth Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with violation of probation.
He was on probation for
driving while license sus-
pended, habitual offender,'
and four counts of attempt-.
ing to obtain controlled sub-
stances.
Kellie Ann Van Dalen, 38,
331 Eighth Couri, Vero,
Beach, was charged, with
simple neglect of an elderly
or disabled adult.
Dennis Dean Dodson,
32, homeless, was charged
with felony petit theft.
Jason Henry Rodrigues,
25, 7555 58th Ave., Vero


Beach, was charged with
possession of oxycodone
and a misdemeanor charge
of use or possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Crawford Murray, 36, 138
SNA Admiral Circle, Apt. A.,
Sebastian, was charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for grand
theft.
Edgar Luna Ramos, 20,
1807 S. 28 St., Fort Pierce,
was charged with trafficking
and possession of cocaine.
Jack Dean Stuart, 56, 236
Carsons Springs Road, New-
port, Tenn., was charged
with possession of con-
trolled substances, Xanax
and oxycodone.
eAmanda Rae Isaacs, 25,
285 Jacaranda Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, Xanax.
*Douglas Alexander
Macrae; 50, 1200 Poitras
Drive, Vero, Beach, was
charged with driving under
the influence with priors
and misdemeanor charges
of violation of probation
and refusal to submit to
testing with priors.
Sotirios Hantzos, 22, 126
Whippoorwill Drive, Palm
Coast, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.


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Brandon S. Silvers, aka
Chris Allen Silvers, 24, 1708
Highridge Road, Lake
Worth, Texas, was charged
with violation of probation
for battery on a law enforce-
ment officer. and a misde-
meanor charge of providing
a false name while lawfully
detained.
Berle Franklin Hickman,
50, 8915 103rd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of marijuana
and a misdemeanor charge
of possession of parapher-
nalia.
Joshua Paul Whitely, 18,
2190 55th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-
sion of controlled sub-
stances, roxycodone and
suboxone without a pre-
scription.
Sabrina A. Johnson, 23,


716 North 20th St., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
two counts of felony petit
theft.
Charlie James Jr., 49,
2535 47th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with worthless
check, grand theft and com-
munication fraud.
* Francisco Vazquez, 21,
1715 30th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with burglary
of a dwelling and grand
theft.

Florida
Highway Patrol
Brian A. Pryor, 28, 9871
Riverview Drive, Micco,
was charged with being a
habitual traffic offender
and misdemeanor charges
of attached tag not
assigned and no vehicle
registration.


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Brief
From page Al
second annual Freedom 5K Run and
Walk on May 25 at Riverside Park in
Vero Beach. Proceeds will benefit the
Senior Resource Association.
Because the)Senior Resource Associ-
ation's March for Meals event in March
was rained out, walkers who planned
on entering that event may now partic-
ipate in the Freedom 5K.
Prizes will be awarded to the top
three male and female finishers in both
running categories, which will be divid-
ed into eight age groups, and walking.
The first 150 people registered will
receive a free T-shirt.
The entry fee is $20 pre-event, $25
the day of the event.
The Senior Resource A-ociatio r


provides activities, education and other
services for seniors in the Indian River
County area.
For more information, call Emily Jar-
rett at (772) 469-2056.

Two men jailed on charges
of manufacturing meth
The Sebastian Police Department
arrested and charged two men with
making crystMl meth in Roseland on
May 11.
Paul Arnold Wolff, 30 was arrested at
his home on 8085 133rd Place in Rose-
land on charges of manufacturing
methamphetamine, possession of list-
ed chemicals and possession of a short-
barreled shotgun. .
Also arrested was MitchellWayne
Platt, 21, 1340 Tradition Circle, Apt. 102,
Melbourne and charged with manufac-


turning methamphetamine and posses-
sion of listed chemicals.
Mr. Wolff's two children, who lived in
the home, are .now residing with an
uncle in Brevard County, according to
Detective Theo Robinson, a member of
the Sebastian Police Department and
DEA task force officer.

District announces summer
food service program
The School District of Indian River
County will sponsor a county-wide
summer feeding program for children
beginning as early as June 4.
The program provides needy chil-
dren with free, nutritionally-balanced
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LETTERS

An idea to help the homeless


To the editor:
Our country each year spends (gives away) billions of our tax
dollars irfrelief to foreign countries providing welfare, education,
mining, etc., but in proportion, next to nothing to similarly assist
our homeless population, which is approaching epidemic propor-
tions.
At least here in Indian River County, as a volunteer for the food
pantry of Indian River County, I (we) have seen a 30 percent
increase (over 2008) in the numbers coming for assistance with
food.
It can easily be presumed that this same percentage exists
throughout our country and applied to the numbers of homeless
livingin the woods in tents or under tarps.
There was a brush fire recently, east of 27th Avenue, behind the
Salvation Army facilityWhether the fire wasaccidental, intention-
al or an act of God, according to an unconfirmed report, suppos-
edly by a sheriff, it was stated that some 18 such tents/tarps were
destroyed displacing their occupants.
According to a homeless person I personally know, "there are
some 400 to,500 people here inVero Beach that have lived thisway
for atleast oneyear or longer (he being one of them) and that there
atleast thatmany and more who come and go."
Is this possible here in' such wealthy town? The answer is an
emphatic yes! This is a deplorable situation. Hundreds of people,
including families, right here in Vero Beach, are living this way
without proper sanitation, drinking water, cooking facilities, etc.
Fire safety, obviously, is a great concern, as many local dwellings
couldverywellbecome involved.
Another woods fire occurred off 58th Avenue the following
week I've no knowledge whether other campers had similar prob-
lems.
Wouldn't it be to the advantage ofi all if campgrounds were
developed with water, sewerage, safe fire pits and maybe even a
facilitylikeThe Source on site, to provide hotmeals?
Perhaps, liken to the CCC camps of the 30s and 40s, butforfam-
ilies, could be developed using city/state/federal lands or private-
ly-owneddonatedforjust suchapurpose.
These folks, single arid families, could be put to work to develop
thisland as their own tentcity.
A consortium of mostly private (if not entirely)i and minimal
government concerns could get the ball rolling, hopefully very
quicklywithoutalotofbureaucraticinterference.
Of course, of prime interest would be supervision, training and
rules of enforcement all of, which very well could be handled by a
small group, a dozen or less parkrangers or the like.'
Perhaps the power of the press can step in and champion this
cause.

StanWilcox
Vero Beach

Sponsorship of event called into question

To the editor:
It is to my great dismay that I write this letter.
In cleaning up after the wonderful Zumnba "Party in the Park"
event that we had at Riverside Park this past weekend, I discov-.
ered a couple "flyers" that were apparently circulated to the
public, either before or during our event, by another local
Zumba company called ZumbaWorks.
The flyers were coupons for a free pass to the ZurnbaWorks
studio, and entitled the bearer of the pass to enter our fundrais-
er for free. The Over was misleading, in that a person reading it
could only assume that the event for the Education Foundation
was sponsored by ZumbaWorks.
On the coupon, it read "The Education Foundation of Indian
River County Fundraiser" with the ZumbaWorks logo right
underneath.
First, our CiriyFit- sponsored event was not in any way associ-
ated with ZumbaWotks, nor was it an idea generated by or
derived from any associations with ZumibaWorks.
While we appreciate the good intention of ZumnbaWorks to
help us spread the word, we do not appreciate the misrepre-
sentation that our event was coordinated by. funded by or in
anywaypartnerswith ZumbaWorks.
This idea originated and was executed by CityFit Outdoor
Fitness Camps, and the generosity of its wonderful Zumba
instructors.
Second, our event was to support our Zumnba instructors
and drive subsequent business to their locations, not allow
other Zumba companies to come and market their own busl-
nesses. ' . .
It is our intent to continue building on our first Zumba Party
in the Park and develop this into a great community-wide
fundraiser.
SIwould suggest that ZumbaWorks forego any future efforts to
mislead or misrepresent themselves as part of this effort.
It causes confusion in the marketplace, which is fairly com-
mon ground for pursuing additional action.

Jill Price
Indian River County

Sandra and Scott Redfield ofZumbau'orks respond: It's ironic
that lill Price used the word "facts" in the title of her letter to the
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Ways to keep your keyboard clean


T hey say the average
computer keyboard is
a hotbed of bacteria,
more unsanitary than even
the nastiest of public
restrooms.
Now, I don't know who
"they" are, but taking a look
at my keyboard, I can only
guess what kinds of germs
have decided to take up
residence there -
4 Think'about it for a
minute; we spend all day
long, every day, sitting in
front of these things with
fingers all over it, day in
and day out. Food, crumbs,
coffee drips, etc., accumu-
late between the keys on a
daily'basis.
I have no problem
believing "them" when they
say that the typical com-
puter key board is loaded
with germs and bacteria.
even if I don't know who
"they" are.
,So what do we do about
it? How does one keep the
keyboard clean without a
'lot of hassle?
Basic cleaning is easy. I
tise a mild detergent and a
soft lint-free cloth for a
basic wipe down and-a can
of compressed air to blow
out anything stuck between
the keys.
To actually disinfect the
keyboard, I use those
disinfecting wipes that you
can find in most supermar-
kets or drugstores.
I do all of my cleaning'


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with the compuLter turned
off because you can't wipe
the keyboard down (espe-
cially if you are giving it a
thorough cleaning) without
pressing the keys, and you
don't warlt to be sending
the computer a bunch of
random commands while
you're cleaning it. Who
knows what you'll end up
telling your computer to
do?
There are a lot of tips
. online regarding keeping
your keyboard clean and
germ free, but there is one
suggestion that you may
find I would strongly
caution against and that's
tossing your keyboard into.
the dishwasher.
Yes, there are people out
there who have done this
with no problem, but.
(unless you have a spare'
and don't mind-destroying
the keyboard you are trying
to clean) I wouldn't recom-
mend it.
I know, because I tried it
and it didn't work (isn't that
a surprise?).
At a glance, the idea
sounds crazy, but there are
enough stories out there
from peoplewho do just


that on a regular basis;
enough for me to actually
give it atry.
You see I have (or had.
this old keyboard that I
used constantly. Between
all the keys was gunk and
gook that a surface wipe
across the top of the keys
never touched.
: I wan ted. the keyboard
clean, but didn't want to
have to get in there and
scrub in between all the'
keys, so (after reading
many examples of people
doing this successfully on
the Interneti. I unplugged
the thing and loaded it up
ivith a load of dishes.
I ran it through a normal
cycle and boy,.did that
keyboard eer lookclean!
Knowing that I had just
doused the thing with tons
of water, I left it unplugged
and in front of a fan for a
week and then, the
moment of truth.
SWhen I was absolutely .
sure tht keyboard was dry, I
plugged it back into the
computer and turned it on.
No response except a
"keyboard error" message.
on boot up.
Now I have a nice, clean;
totally useless keyboard
(Which was what I expected
in the first place).
Now before you go
deciding that I'm an idiot
for trying it in the first
place, keep in mind that
(being in the computer


business) I have probably
.about 10 to 15 old, spare
keyboards lying around
and I tried this in the
interest of science.
, If it worked, I would be
typing hnow on a squeaky
clean keyboard, but since it
didn't work, no problem, I
just reconnected the spare
that I used while the
"dishwasher experiment"
keyboard was drying and,
went on with my life.
For really dirty key-
boards, you may just want'
to consider replacing them
with new ones.
Basic keyboards today
can be had for under $20,
but if you really want a
'keyboard you can throw mi
the dishwasher, go on over
to i'ud'. sealshield.coim and
you can get one that's
advertised as "dishwasher
safe.":.
In fact, they advertise
keyboards and mice that
are dishwasher safe, so, if
you are determined to have
the cleanest keyboard
possible, that may be the
way to go.
Me? I'll just stick with my
disinfecting wipes and
leave the dishwasher for
the dishes.
Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


Having a pet can help your health


oo is helping me heal.
Two weeks ago, I had
to make the wrench-
ing decision to have my cat
euthanized.
He was diagnosed with
lung cancer shortly after
Roy died last fall and had
been steadily declining. His
death brought my grief
right'back up to the fore'
and I just felt that I needed
some new life.
Although it's not neces-
sarily recommended that
you get a new pet immedi-
ately, my vet had an
abandoned young cat that
needed a home. I named
him Boo, after one of Roy's
favorite expressions. When
things were going well, he'd
say they were "tickety-boo."
Boo must have had a
hard life, because he
doesn't give his trust easily.
I have spent time talking to
, him as he hides, letting him
hear the sound of my voice,
waiting patiently for him to
know that I will take care of.
him.
While I took him home to
help me, helping him has
made me feel better. I am
not alone.
A study by the American
Pet Products Manufactur-
ers Association revealed
that 62 percent of American
households have pets and
research has suggested for


ALIVE
& WELL
SHELLEY KOPPEL


many years that owning a
pet has both physical and
psychological benefits.
For kids, pets can help
teach a sense of responsi-
bility, empathy, loyalty and
caring for something other
than themrsehes. A dog can
provide exercise and help
kids control their weight..
Recent studies have even
shown that kids who grow
up in households with furry
pets, such as dogs or cats,
or on farms, where they are
exposed to large animals,
have a lower risk of allergies
and asthma.
Studies have shown kids
with a pet at home have
stronger immune systems
and are less likely to miss
school. Early exposure to
animals exposed them to
more infections, and the.
exposure boosted their
immune systems, giving
them as much as nine extra
days in school a year.
If pets are good exercise
buddies for kids; the same
thing.holds true for grown-
ups. A brisk walk with a dog
is great exercise and many
people have found walking


a dog is a great conversa-
tion starter.
A few years ago, we took
in a dachshund puppy we
found in the street. While
we searched for its owner
or a good home, I took him
out for walks several times
a day. Someone always
stopped to talk to me or pet
him. We found him a home
with other dachshund
puppies, but I remember
how friendly everyone was
to him and to me.
Pets have long served as
companion animals,
traveling to hospitals and
nursing homes to visit with
patients. There.are benefits
to the elderly, patients at
home and caregivers as
well.
I Lynette Hart, an associ-
ate professor at the Univer-
sity of California at Davis
School ofVeterinary
Medicine reports, on
WebMD, that studies have
shown pets have a calming
effect on Alzheimer's
patients and cats, which are
less work than dogs, ease
the burden of isolation and
stress for caregivers.
Bringing pets to hospital
and nursing homes is
established practice.
Other studies point to
lower rates of depression in
patients with AIDS and
lower blood pressure in


stressful situations for
people with strong attach-
ment to pets.
Researchers even say
that heart attack patients
with pets may have better
survival rates than those
who do not.
The Humane Society,
which offers many tips on
finding the right pet for
your family, says that "pets
aren't'just good friends,
they are good medicine."
Don't be surprised if
your doctor says, "get a cat
and call me in the morn-
ing!"
Boo is becoming more
trusting, and I told my
grief counselor that "he
would come around in his
own time, at his own
pace."
She asked me to repeat
the words and I realized
that I could be speaking of
myself, as well. Boo and I
were brought together for
a reason;
Visit the Humane
Society on the Web at
www. hsus.org/pets.

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


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Playing games, making new friends


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH From
the outside, it may not look
like a teleporting machine,
but once inside, The Pyra-
mid, customers feel like
they're playing arcade
games in King Tut's rich
tomb right here in Vero
Beach.
The Pyramid, an adult
arcade game room, is one
of three arcade rooms
owned by Marcel Gravel
and his wife, Joanne Ger-
vais, in Indian River and
Brevard counties.
Not only to people go to
the arcade room to pass the
time and enjoy themselves,
but many customers have
made close friendships
with one another, Ms. Ger-
vais said.
"A lot of retirees come
here to get to know peo-
ple," said Ms. Gervais.
"You know, here in Flori-
da, a lot of people come
here to retire with their
spouse, but then some-
thing may happen and one,
of them dies. Where do
they go. to meet people if
they're lonely? Some of
them come here and chit-
chat and play games in the
afternoon," she said..
"We actually had two
,couples that have met here


Staff photo by Jessica Tuggle
Linda Heinemann of Vero Beach relaxes while playing adult arcade games at the Pyramid
in Vero Beach. Instead of cash prizes, game winners get Visa gift cards.


and gotten married," said
, Ms. Gervais with a smile. .
The Pyramid arcade has
more than 70 game
machines in its building
area, and all of them are
the most up-to-date games
on the market, said Ms.
Gervais.
All the latest games,
advanced technology and a
clean, well-run facility is
what people like to see in
an arcade, said employee


Joan Bobrowicz.
"We had one man come
in here just the other day
for the first time. Before he
left he came up to my desk
and said he was coming
back just because of,how
clean the arcade room was
and how' friendly the serv-
ice was," said Ms. Bobrow-
icz.
"Some arcade rooms you
go to, they have a little
place.where you can get a


soda, but here we give
immaculate service, we
provide snacks and drinks
and we bring it right to
you," said Ms. Gervais.
Lights flash, large game
monitors blink around the
room, while customers get
their fill of games of chance
and skill for a chance to
win gift cards and maybe
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and in line with their goals,
time horizon and risk
tolerance? Will a trust help
with their investment
planning?
Women who are too busy
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Games
From page A7
"We operate the same as
a kids arcade in that there
is no dollars given out, it's
all in Visa gift cards," said
Ms. Gervais.
, The gift cards can then
be used in any purchase
except for alcohol, lottery
products, or to gain cash,
according to the company
Web site, as per state law.
"It's not like this is a casi-
no where people can blow
hundreds of dollars iri one
day," said Ms. Gervais.


goals.
For women working for a
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Those decisions may have a
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nor are the financial predica-
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variety of issues, problems
and solutions to consider.
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"They're all penny
machines. I think the low-
est you can put it is 8 cents.
People can come here and
it will take -them all after-.
noon to spend $20. For
some people, they stay
here all afternoon and only
spend $5 and some leave
with more money in gift
cards," she said.
The Pyramid is located at
100 S. U.S. 1, Vero Beach.
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First graduating class for 18 high-risk seniors


By Jessica Tuggle
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VERO BEACH Just two
years ago many of the stu-
dents enrolled at the Simon
Youth Foundation Class-
room were skipping classes
and were not even consid-
ering earning a diploma.
Today, 18 seniors from the
Simon Classroom will walk
with their heads held high
during their graduation cer-
emony, the first commence-


ment ceremony for the
alternative education cen-
ter.
Lisa Walburn, one of two
teachers at the center, said
she was delighted to see the
students achieve this level
of academic success.
"I'm very proud of them
all, it's quite a turn-around
from two years ago," said
Ms. Walburn.
The alternative education
center was established by


the school district and the
Simon Youth Foundation
two years ago in order to
meet the needs of students
in the county that were at a
high-risk of dropping out of
school.
"There are a wide variety
of reasons why students
who come here are unsuc-
cessful in a regular school
setting," said Ms. Walburn.
"Many are failing. Most
don't even think about grad-


uating. One (graduating)
student had a zero grade
point average and she is
now the recipient of a
$3,000 college scholarship
that can be renewed for four
years," said Ms. Walburn.
The school has a school-
to-work program in place
and currently, all of the stu-
dents have jobs or intern-
ships.
The class schedules are
unique for each student and


Adult ed classes offered


Adult Education, a
division of the Indian River
County School District,
offers the following
classes:
*A fast-paced home
health Aide class will be
held Aug. 20-Sept. 10;
students will attend class
Monday to Friday from
8:15 a.m.-3:45 p.m. Cost is
$371.
*A beginner/intermedi-
ate scrapbooking work-
shop will be held from 9
a.m.-noon on July 18. Cost
is $24. Students should
bring photographs and
scissors, and may bring an
album and embellish-
ments. Supplies will be
available to purchase from
the workshop instructor.
*An unarmed security
officer D class will run


Brief
From page A5
lar to the national school
lunch program, which is
run during the regular
school year.
Some of the feeding sites
include Sebastian River
High School, Fellsmere Ele-
mentary, Wabasso School,
Osceola Magnet Elemen-
tary and 'Vero Beach High
School.
To .qualify to distribute.
meals, the feeding centers
must have 50 percent of
their schoolchildren eligi-
ble for free or reduced-price
meals during the school
year.
For a complete listing of
feeding sites and hours of
operation, visitwwwindian-
riverschools.org, and click
on Summer Food Service
Program for Children or call
(772) 564-4980.


June 1-12. Students will
attend class 6-10 p.m.,
Monday to Friday for two
weeks. Cost is $98.
*Free GED preparation
classes are available at the
Adult Education School in
Vero, Sebastian River High
School and at the Simon
Mall site on Tuesdays and
Thursday, from 5:30-8:30
p.m.
The course schedule is


available at the office, area
libraries and on the Web at
www.indianriverschools.or
g Gift certificates are
available. Free GED
preparation classes are
available.
Adult Education is
located at 1426 19th St. in
Vero Beach. For more
information, call (772)
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schedules.
"This is a really good pro-
gram for kids that march to
a different beat, where the
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Travel
From page Al10
What would excite me?
James Taylor definitely
would. During the early
70s, he was all over the
radio with one hit after


another. The Grammy
award-winning Taylor is
best known for his warm
baritone voice and popular
songs such as "Fire and
Rain," "You've Got a
Friend" and "Carolina In
My Mind," to name a few.
James Taylor will be


sailing aboard the Queen
Mary II on June 19, on her
six-night, eastbound
transatlantic crossing from
New York to Southampton,
England. There will be two
command performances,
plus a live question and
answer interview hosted by


the ship's entertainment
director. What an opportu-
nity for those of us who
grew up with his songs.
So few of us take the time
to just relax and enjoy the
surroundings. These
Cunard ships with all of


their enrichment programs
on classic voyages should
be experienced at least
once in a lifetime.
In these economic times
with so many offers, there
is no better time to reserve
a Cunard cruise.


Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached at
patty@cruisetraveltours.co
m or at www.cruisetravel-
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editor last week.
The only thing she did with the facts is mis-
represent them. Here are the indisputable
facts.
The "flier" in question was actually a 4-inch
by 5-inch coupon. That's 1 inch larger than a 3-
inch by 5-inch index card. It gave anyone who
paid for admission to the Indian River County
Education fundraiser a free class at our
expense.
The front of the coupon simply said
"Good for one free pass at the 14th Avenue
Dance Studio, Monday through Friday 5:30-
6:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4:15-
5:15 p.m., Saturday 9-10 a.m., expires: June
28, 2009. The Education Foundation of IRC
Fundraiser, Limit one per Party Goer, Ditch
the Work Out Join the Party, Our Web site
is: www.ZuribaWorks.com, Sandra (772)
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The back of the coupon said: "Our classes
always have TWO to FIVE instructors at
each class, so those new to Zumba get plen-
ty of attention and come up to speed quick-
ly! You can't imagine the impact and excite-
ment that multiple instructors make on a
class."
That is the complete and entire content of
the coupon.
So, when Jill Price writes in her letter the
coupon "entitled the bearer of the pass to
enter our fundraiser for free" and "that a
person reading it could only assume that,
the event for the Education Foundation Was
sponsored by ZumbaWorks" and "we do not
appreciate the misrepresentation that our
event was coordinated by, funded by or in
any way partnered with ZumbaWorks and
"efforts by others caused confusion in the
marketplace" one can only wonder what her
agenda might be.
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Beauty


facing


beastly


end
She became an icon of
the late 1970s with a
mane of tousled
blonde hair, toothsome
smile and wholesome
beauty that made men
weak-kneed and women
green with jealousy.
She was one of"Charlie's
Angels" a hit V show and
though she left the show
after qne season, her
quintessential California
girl mystique has endured
to [this day.
But as I write this, Farrah
Fawcett. 62, lies in a
California hospital room
dying of rectal cancer which
has spread to her liver. All
ueatments have been
stopped and now, accord-
ing to news reports, only a
miracle will save her.
That luxurious long hair,
her trademark, is gone,
according to her long-time
*partner actor Ryan O'Neal.,
The gutsy glamour girl
shaved her own head
leaving onl\ the bangs
when chemotherapy made
her hair. begin to fall out.
And if she can muster
even a hint of that once
gleaming smile, it would
seem incongruous on a lace
gaunt from the ravage of
disease. '
As if the battlefor life
were not bad enough, the
progression n of her illness,
treatments and deteriorat-
ing condition have been
closely reported by the'
press.
The crueltr ofcanceris,
as many know, a heavy load
to bear for the patient and
lo6 ed ones. For the process
to unfold so publicly is
nearly unfathomable.
-News reports note,
howiever,'that she is bearing
up under the added strain
with grace, dignitN and
resolve.
The Texas-born actress
attended the University of
Texas before leading to
pursue a modeling/acting
career.
The golden girl met an
equally golden boy in Lee
Majors who attracted
"attention during a stint on
the TV show "Big Valley"
See VIBE, B4


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Seated are Cafe 1901 owners Pilar and James Noonan, In back, from left to right: Val Dorvilias, Chef Edmond Pren-
di, Andrea Gonskey and Pearl Brachfeld.

Downtwn eate serves unique, flavolful dishes


By Cathy Ginn
X\'jhomelowvnnewsol.com
\TRO BEACH Walking
into Cafe 1901 in Vero
Beach is like entering a
NewYork City bistro.
The warm, spiced- col-
ored walls ,are adorned
with bold photos of the
area and the room is
sparkling clean M\ friend,
Christopher and I, strolled
in at 11a m. one weekday,
arguing about whether to
order breakfast or lunch,
so we decided to go for a
bit of both.
We were greeted by
owners ,Pilar and James
Noonan. who opened the


SATURDAY, MAY23-
MONDAY, MAY25
SEarl's second annual
Riverfront Music Festival
and Memorial Day celebra-
tion will be held at Earl's
Hideaway, located at 405
Indian River Drive in Sebast-
ian. The three-day musical
extravaganza will feature
Memorial Day ceremonies
and commemoration on May
23 followed by more than' 12
bands playing the best in
rock, blues and country-style,
music. The-event is free and
.will feature food, fun,
giveaways, raffles, craft
vendors and more, For more
information call (772) 589-
5700 or visit online at
www.earlshideaway.com.

THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 24


downtown cafe in Decem-
ber 2008.
. Mr. Noonan, a .former
contractor in West Palm
Beach, wanted to do some-
thing different, so he arid
his wife and three children
moved to Vero Beach
because they liked the
community. ,
The Noonan's unique
menu was a collaboradtie
effort with their friend,
neighbor and mentor,
John's Island Chef Alberto
Cortez. The Noonans use
only the best ingredients,
making everything "on
premise" from scratch.
Our first course was a
cup of fresh chicken- rice:


the final show of the
season at the Vero Beach
Theatre Guild, 2020 San
Juan Ave. in Vero Beach. The
comedy is about a "diamond
in the rough" surrounded by
the town's tarnished
politicians. Written by
playwright John Patrick,
"Opal," played by Margaret
Frazer, and her friendly
neighbor Rosie, portrayed by
Nancy Malinos, take matters
into their own hands when
three smooth-talking
politicians, finagle endorse-
ments. When Opal retaliates
by rallying support for her
candidacy, foul play provides
a "means to an end." Tickets
are $18 and $20. Students 18
and under are half price and'
groups of 20 or more are
discounted. For more
information, call (772) 562-


- "Opal is a Diamond" is See OUT, B2


soup ($2.50).The soup was
alive with a ciriusy flavor
coming from fresh lemon.
Other popular soups,
which change daily, are
utternut squash and cel-
ery/bleu cheese.
.Mrs. Noonan brought us
the French omelet, $6.95.
Bright green strands of
chives rested on-top of the
egg dish,.which was filled
with.roasted (on premise)
tomatoes, creamy goat
cheese and more of the.
herb, making this dish a
pleasure .to 'the eye and
palate. The eggs were ten-
der, flufiy and perfectly
cooked by in-house Chef
EdmondPrendi.,


The Noonans sell a lot of
their "special" pancakes,
and after trying one, we
were sold.
The consistency is more
like a moist cake than the
fluffier version usually
served, not to mention the
topping, a bowl of home-
.made blueberry preserves
pulled off of a shelf loaded
with jars of homemade
jams that transported me
to my grandmother's cel-
lar, which was always
stocked with canned good-
ies. (You can purchase ajar
for your own cupboard).
Always in search of the

See UNIQUE, B2


Festival to feature


fun, tributes

By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
Memorial Day weekend booths, raffles and give-
is a time to remember the aways.
ultimate sacrifice made by The Sebastian Lions
the men and women of our Club will be on hand to
armed services and cele- assist in funding'their pro-
biate' the freedom they grams for the visually
fought to protect. impaired, which includes
A moving tribute.'to our the "Paws for Patriots" pro-
fallen soldiers; plus a three- gram, which trains guide
day musical celebration, is dogs for visually impaired
all part of'the Earl's Hide- veterans. The club- also
away second annual River- supports a children's camp
front 'Music Festival in, for thevisually impaired.
Sebastian which kicks off American Legion post
on Sarurda., N ay 23 and representatives will partici-
runs through Monday.Ma\ pate in official Memorial
25 at 1405 Indian River ,DayceremoniesandaSpe-.
Driv. cial Forces contingent will
Nationally-acclaimed\ sell raffle .tickets to give-
bands will rock the river- wounded veterans a spe-
front at 405"Indian River cial Orlando vacation..
Drive at this flee music fes- The festivities begin with
rival which also features a motorcycle ride to Earl's
food, craft vendors, display See FESTIVAL, B.10


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 5-22-2009


Aries-March 21-April 19
Live each day like there is
no tomorrow. Aries the Ram
always sets high goals and
then goes to work and
takes action to turn them
into realities. You must
always have a dream and a
vision to feel fulfilled. Your
love of life then makes you
want to share the bounty
with those you love. This is
why you are the leader of
the zodiac.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
One of your greatest gifts is
tenacity. You never give up,
even in the face of adversity.
When you find a second
wind and move forward,
nothing can stop you. You
say, "I can and I will." Then
you do. This is true victory
over life. Just stay relaxed
iand keep plugging. When
one door closes a new and
better one is waiting to be
opened.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
A lighter touch goes a long
.way. Refuse to let the earth-
ly, petty stuff get under your
skin. Wake up each day
feeling like you are up to
any 'challenge. You will
come through with flying
colors. Just be sure to make
a little quality time for your-
self. each .day. You are
important too, you know.
.Keep on communicating
your truth.
Cancer-June 224July 22
You have a special blessing
on your life. You are always
there when family and
friends need you. You truly
are an angel on the earth.
You hold fast to the old-
fashioned traditions, but
you also keep up with the
times. This adaptability
gives you an edge. If you
aren't happy with certain
things, you know how to
tweak them until they are
right.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
You have made a number
of important changes this
year. There are several more
still to ,come. You have
found ways to have more
fun. Your creative juices are
flowing. Your stress level
has gone down. Keep on
using your heart .and
instincts more than your
thinking when making deci-
sions. This insures success
in.all you do.

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perfect eggs Benedict, I
couldn't resist trying theirs,
especially after finding out
Chef Prendi makes his own
hollandaise sauce, a rarity in,
most restaurants. (Most use
the powdered base, render-
ing it grainy.)
Not only did he deliver on
the sauce, which was the
palest of yellows, velvety
smooth and subtly citrusy,
he may be the 'best "poach-
er" I've ever met.
The yolk was warm and
runny, the'white, soft and
voluminous, not watery.
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"as seen on TV" At $6.95,
this Benedict is top notch.
Another breakfast item
that cannot be missed is the
corned beef hash. The beef
is shaved from a slow-
cooked brisket and joined
with a medley of peppers,
onions and herbs to make
this the real deal. The good
news is breakfast is served
all day.
Lunch is popular with the
downtown crowd.
"We have a lot of offices
dining in for lunch or pick-
ing up lunch, especially our
salads," says Mr. Noonan.
With a blue Cheese, bacon
and toasted pine nut salad
($7.50), a classic Cobb $8.50)
and Caesar ($6.95), we
opted for the popular Wal-
dorf salad ($8.50).


Mixed greens came piled
high with red apples, dried
cranberries, grapes, goat
cheese and best of all, can-
died walnuts, which were
just sweet enough.
Drizzled with a honey
Dijon vinaigrette, it was a
treat to enjoy.
The Cafe's most popular
burger, the "Cafe 1901", was
next. We had the sliders:
mini-sized, with three on 'a
plate. This burger comes
with Gruyere cheese, a
chipotle mayonnaise and
killer red onion compote
that I'm still dreaming
about.
Mr. Noonan caramelizes
red onion, adds fresh- tar-
ragon, juniper berries and
other herbs for this savory
topping.
Another savory sandwich,
the chicken Provencal is on
foccacia bread and covered
with roasted tomatoes,
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* The Indian River County
student exhibition 2009
continues through May 24 in
the museum's Studio Gallery.
Exhibition admission is free for
this 24th annual event, which
features artwork created by .
the county's public and private
school students under the
guidance of the area art
educators The Vero Beach
Museum of Art is located at


3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 231-0707
- The Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents "Body
Language: The Figure in
Sculpture" through May 24 in
the Alice and Jim Beckwith
Sculpture Park. Twelve
examples of bronze sculp-
tures celebrating the human '
figure will be featured in
diverse presentations. The
Museum of Art is located at
3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 231-0707


THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 31
- The Artists Guild Gallery's
second annual Invitational
Art Exhibit featuring a variety
of works will be featured
throughout the month of May.
The gallery is located at 44
Royal Palm Pointe in Vero
Beach. For more information,
call (772) 299-1234.

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For pastrami lovers, try the'
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caramelized onions and Swiss
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the grilled veggie sandwich on
ciabatta bread, also $7.95.
Sandwiches and burgers
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fresh fruit salad, fries, potato
salad or coleslaw.
Cafe 1901 in downtown
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tion to the increasingly-
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offers unique, wonderfully-
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both the eye and the palate.

Cafe 1901 is located at 1901
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Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Speaking from the heart
always works for you. It
keeps you focused, cen-
tered and moving forward.
It also lets others know the
truth. This approach buys
you time and helps you not
to take on unwanted
responsibilities. Now take
the extra free time and
invest it in your passions.
New adventures will surely
follow.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Count your many blessings.
People love you and want
to be around you because
of your positive frame of
mind and heart. You are
highly respected. It's all
because your word is good.
You always come through
when the chips are down.
Yours is truly a magical life.
You are calm at the eye of
the storm. You are Libra.
Yeah!

Scorpio-Oct. 23- Nov. 21
Give thanks daily and know


that you are continually fed
and protected by the unlim-
ited good in the universe.
You have many wonderful,
loving friends. You see the
good in others they, way
they see it in you. You live
each day to the fullest. This
is the true meaning of life
and your most priceless
possession.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Recognize others when
they do simple kind acts.
Now, two people are happy.
A kind word and'pat on the
back are powerful forces for
good and greater than
monetary rewards much of
the time. It makes others
treasure you. It creates love,
respect, honor and loyalty.
This is human dignity at its
finest. You have life's true
riches.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Stay focused on your ideals.
The light of truth runs
strong in your spirit. It is the
one quality that motivates
you to action more than any
other. Your inner strength is
what carries you safely
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tunities to learn, change
and grow., All good things
are on their way. Get ready
and enjoy.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
The universe continues to
show you favor. You listen.
Your mind is clear. Your heart
is open and your spirit is
strong. You are an open chan-
nel for the greatest truth and
creativity. Be generous with
those who have helped you
on the journey. Find humor in
small things. This makes you
vibrantly alive and makes oth-
ers want to do even more.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Fill your life each day with
things' that give you purpose:


peace, love, health, abun-
dance, faith and joy. Then
share with others from this
abundant well. Make time for
your self to heal, refresh and
be inspired. This is your day.
This is life at its best and the
source of true happiness.
Yours is a majestic life well
lived.
James Tucker can help bring
joy and renewed hope in
your life. Call (772) 334-
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Series is presented to the
community by the Unitarian
Universalist Fellowship of Vero
Beach located at 1590 27th
Ave. will conclude its third
season at 7 p.m. with a film
about the green economy and
the interface between poverty
and environmental issues.
Featured in the film is Van
Jones, the founder of Green
for All and current special
advisor to the White House
Council on Environmental
Quality for Creen Jobs,
Enterprise and Innovation.
There is no charge for the
screening of the film, which is
open to the public. No


reservations are required. A
discussion will follow the film.
For more information, call
(772) 778-5880.

SATURDAY, JUNE 20
McKee Botanical Gar-
den's fifth annual Water Lily
celebration is set for 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. The event is open to
the public. Garden and
landscape enthusiasts are
invited for an educational and
fascinating morning of garden
tours, water lily viewing, guest
lectures, demonstrations, plant
displays and more. Regular
admission fees apply. From 8
a.m. to 9 p.m. coffee and
croissants and a self-guided

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starring Barbara Stanwyck
and later as the "Six Million
Dollar Man."
The two married in 1973
as their respective careers
were about to skyrocket and
it is perhaps that fame and
demands of career that
drove the final wedge into
their marriage by 1982.
She attained world
renown in the late 1970s,
when she posed in a red
bathing suit for a poster.
About 8 million posters
were sold, and not since


Betty Grable had similarly
posed for aWWII poster had
there been such a stir.
Women copied her
feathered, long hairstyle
and men tacked up the
poster on walls to ogle and
dream.
Some references to her
report that from 1976-77
Ms. Fawcett was the nation's
leading female star and as I
recall, she was.
Her "Charlie's Angels" co-
stars and friends Jaclyn
Smith and Kate Jackson
were also stricken with
cancer later in their careers
in a somewhat bizarre-
triumviral association.


Ms. Smith and Ms.
Jackson have, thus far
.survived. It would seem that
Ms. Fawcett will not.
I envied her looks once,
and I am sure I was not'
alone in that. Although she
was older than I am, she had
that hair, those teeth and
that lissome body on which
fat would find no foothold,
even into her later years.
When one is a short-
haired brunette with
"roundness," it is not hard
to covet such resplendent
ectomorphic beauty.
But here we are all these
years later. I am still short-
haired, now graying and


round, but I am healthy,
thank God. I no longer envy
her but rather, give thanks
for all that is good in my life.
In the interim, her life
and career hit some incredi-
ble highs as well as some
reputation ruining lows.
* At times, she appeared to
have gone off the depend
of life with what appeared to
be drug or alcohol use that
left her discombobulated
during several television
show appearances.
In her late 40s, she posed
for "Playboy" magazine and
produced paintings using
her nude body as a brush.
She had an out-of-


wedlock son named Red-
mond with Mr. O'Neal in
1985 and that apparently
troubled young man is
presently in jail on drug
charges.
Mr. O'Neal has also had
his run-ins with the law and
cancer.
Ms. Fawcett, in all her
former blonde and beautiful
glory, is now a bald, termi-
nally-ill cancer patient who
is bedridden and waiting for
a miracle or to meet her
maker.
Quite some time ago, I
learned that it is unwise to
ever envy anyone else. And
as I sometimes say, the grass,
is always greener elsewhere
until you have to mow the


lawn.
I hope Farrah gets the
miracle that her loved ones
and fans want for her. It is
almost beyond compre-
hension to remember her
as "angel" Jill Munroe and
recall that swimsuit poster
and juxtapose those
images with her present
condition.
She was, is, an icon who
30-plus years ago personi-
fied the American ideal of
beauty.
And we who watched her
meteoric rise to fame will ,
remember our blonde
"angel" and be reminded
that beauty and life are
fleeting and so very
precious.


Out
From page B3
stroll to view night blooming
lilies is available for $5 for
garden members and $10 for
non-members. Reservations
are requested. McKee Botani-
cal Garden is located at 350
U.S. 1 in Vero Beach. General
admission fees are $7 for
adults, $6 for seniors, $4 for.
children ages 5-12. Members
of the garden receive free
admission. Hours of operation
are Tuesday-Saturday from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday from
noon to 5 p.m. -and closed
Monday. For more informa-


tion, call (772) 794-0601 or


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THROUGH JULY 15

The Cultural Council of
Indian River County
presents "A Fabulous
Foursome" featuring the art
of Judy Burgarella, Sue
Gwinn, Barbara Landry and
Rita Ziegler on view through
July 15 at the Indian River
County Courthouse located
at 2000 16th Ave., down-
town Vero Beach. The
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Obituaries


Johanna Gould
Johanna Gould, 81, of
Sebastian, died May 5,2009.
She was bom in New York
and lived in Sebastian for 10
years. She was a member of
Park Place book club in
Sebastian, and worked for
United Nations and UNICEFE
She is survived by a brother,
John and several nieces and
nephews.
Arrangements by Seawinds
Funeral Home & Crematory.

Frances L. 'Fran'
DuBois
Frances L. "Fran" DuBois,
72, of Barefoot Bay, died April
30, 2009.
She was born .in New
Britain, Conn., and lived in
Barefoot Bay for 15 years. She
was a member of St. Luke's
Catholic Church in Barefoot
Bay. She is survived by her


husband of 53 years, Gaston;
a son, Rhys; a brother, Joseph
and two sisters, Ellen and
Beverley.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home and Cremato-
ry.

Frederic Robert Zaun
Frederic Robert Zaun, 86, of
Sebastian, died May 9,2009.
He was born in Grafton,
Wis., and lived in Sebastian
for 24 years. He was a truck
salesman and pilot.
He was a member and past
president of the Kiwanis
Club, the Rotary Club, the
Boca Raton Chamber of
Commerce and the Optimist
Club. He served in the U.S.
Army duringWorld War II.
He is survived by a son,
Robert; 'two daughters, Peni
and Barbara; a brother, Ralph
and eight grandchildren.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.


Marta Stastny
Marta Stastny, 82, of Sebas-
tian, died May9, 2009.
She was born in the Czech
Republic and lived in Sebast-
ian for 12 years. She was a
member of St. Luke's Catholic
Churchand the SOKOL Club.s
She is survived by a sister,
Pavia; companion, Alfred and
many nieces and nephews.
Arrangements by Seawinds
Funeral Home'& Crematory.

William Francis
Meyersjr.
William Francis Meyers Jr.,
86, of Sebastian, died May 7,
2009.
He was born in Easton, Pa.,
and had lived in Sebastian
since 2004.
He was a member of the

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The Indian River County
Main Library offers the follow-
ingfree programs.
*Art class for beginners:
Class starts June at 1 p.m. Based
on the book "Drawing on the
Right Side of the Brain," this
session is intended for begin-
ners and lasts eight weeks. Sup-
ply list is available now. Held in
the MultiMedia room, classes
are designed for adults and
teens 16 or older. Registration
needed.
*Beginner calligraphy class-
es take place Monday morn-
ings at 10 a.mTwo-hour classes
lasting eight weeks require reg-
istration and your own sup-
plies. Meets in the library's sec-
'ondfloorhistoryroom. Pickup
supply list at the reference desk
on the second floor.
Zumba classes offered
every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in
the library MultiMedia room.
Dance instructor, Teresa, will
offer hypnotic Latin rhythms
for a dynamic work out
Better breathing is tught
by yoga instructor, Babaji, on
Friday at 11:30 a.m., in the mul-


timediaroom.
Music concerts are held
monthly. Free.
Great Ideas Book Group
will meet the last Thursday of
each month. Discussions will-
feature classic literature
excerpts from the Great Books
Foundation, along with con-
temporary short stories, poetry
and nonfiction essays. Minimal
advanced reading involved.
Moderator Joel Nevins, has a
strong creative writing, litera-
ture and philosophy back-
ground.
Bags to riches, go green:
New class continues on
Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. New
ideas to reuse, recycle plastic
bags into fine art projects.
Taught by Jean, the class will
make book bags, beach bags,
computer carries, mat minders,
purses, baskets, etc. Come join
the fun and save the planet
Ongoing.
Karate: No-contact classes,
designed for.beginners, meet
everyTuesday at 5:30 p.. Clas-
sical Chinese self-defense
taught by 7th-degree black belt
Shihan Master Jon Cierri. Open
to all ages; ideal for family par-
ticipation. On-going.
Ta chi: Classes held Mon-
days and Thursdays at4 p.m. in
the MultiMedia room. Wear
comfortable clothing. Ongoing.
Yoga: Classes Friday mom-
ings at 10 a.m. and Wednesday
evenings at 6 p.m. Instructor
Babaji is from the Kashi School
of Yoga. Wear comfortable


clothing and bring a yoga mat
Classes are held in the Multi-
Media room on the first floor.
Ongoing.
*Sign language for kids,
Wednesday 4 to 5 p.m. 5 to 12
year olds. Registration not
required.
Baby sign language, Tues-
days 10 to 11 a.m. Birth to 18
months. Registration is not
required.
*Pajama story time Thurs-
days 6-6:45 p.m., 2 to 8 year
olds. Stories, songs, dance and
crafts. Pajamas encouraged,
but not required.
Toddler story time, 10 to
10:30 a.m. 18 month to 3 year
olds. Stories, songs, dance and
crafts.
Pre-school story time,
Monday, 11 to 11:45 a.m.-3 to
5.. year olds. Stories, songs,
danceand crafts., '
Journey to the moon, Tues-
days 4 to 5 p.m. third through
ninth graders. Learn all about
NASAs upcoming lunar mis-
sions. Expect experiments,
crafts, special guests and more.
Registration not required.
*Teen creative characters,
Wednesday at 4 p.m. Classes
are free, ongoing and opento all
sixth through 12th graders. Job
training skills are also available.
Community service hours are
also available for school credit
The ,Indian River County
Main Library is located at 1600
21st St, Vero Beach. For ques-
tions, call (772) 770-5060, Ext.
4121. '


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Program offers ways to improve golf game


A s golfers, we constant-
ly try new ways to
L improve our game. We
try lessons. We try new
clubs. We give 'up the game
for months just to see if that
will make things better.
But what do we do when
all of those things fail to
make us the better golfer we
long to be?
Maybe the problem isn't
your clubs or instructor.
Maybe the problem isn't the
6 inches between your ears.
Perhaps the problem lies in
that your body simply isn't
ready to play golf.
I'm not talking about
stretching and hitting a few
balls before heading to the
first tee. I'm talking about
your body not being flexible
or strong enough to make a
proper golf swing.
The Academy of Golf at
Duranl Golf Club in Viera has
.partnered with Health First's
Pro-Health & Fitness Center
in a coordinated effort to
create a golf performance
training program. This
program evaluates golfers to
see just where we are
physically, in relationship to
where we need to be to play
golf at the level we expect.
Not everyone can be in
the same chiseled shape
that Tiger Woods works to
stay in every day. For years,
Gary Player has kept himself
in fantastic shape and his
game shows it.
While golfers such as
Craig Stadler and Tim
Herron may not look like ,
they are in great shape, their,
bodies have the.flexibility
and strerigth needed to
make a great golf swing.
Most of us lack the time in
our busy lives to work out
every day. We also have
numerous aches from old
injuries or accidents thai
make our bodies resisianm to
making certain moves.
The plan behind the golf
performance training
program is to evaluate your
body, find out what those
things are and design a.
program that will help make
your body more ready to
play golf gt the level you,
expect .
This program has been
used successfully in many
areas of the country, and
will offer golfers of all ages
the opportunity, through
better physical condition-
ing, to not only improve
their game, but their daily
life, as'well.
The approach is geared
toward identifying the
limitationr'golfers may have
that keepthem from
reachingfull potential.
From there a program is ,
tailored:to help golfers
achieve their goals. These
areas include evaluations of
swing mechanics, club
fitting, and physiological.
aspects of the s.tudent.
Players will be evaluated
prior to any programs,



Out
From page B6
Drive in Vero Beach. For more
information, call (772) 231-
070Z

ART GALLERIES
ArtsMojo Gallery. and
Showroom, 8802 North U.S.
1, in thie Wabasso Plaza, just
north of CR 510. (772) 589-
5454.
Artists Guild Gallery, 44
Royal Palm Pointe, Vero
Beach. Hours: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday, Saturday 11
a.m.-3 p.m. Call (772) 299-
1234 or visit
artistsguildgalleryverobeach.co
m for upcoming events.
The Gallery at Windsor,
10680 Belvedere Square, Vero
Beach. By'appointment only.
(772) 388-4071.
Gallery 14, 1911 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach. (772) 562-5525
The Laughing Dog Gallery,
2910 Cardinal Drive, Vero
Beach. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Saturday. (772) 234-
6711
Lin Roller Menard Gallery,
2919 Cardinal Drive, Vero
Beach. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday-Friday. (772) 231-
5050


* Tiger Lily Art Studios and
Gallery, 1903 14th Ave., Vero
Beach. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturday. (772) 778-3443.


allowing instructors to key
on the necessary areas, as
well as the weaker areas, so
overall, the entire body will
perform on the same level.
The programs are then
customized along the
Titleist Performance
Institute recommendations.
The program begins with
a 23-step physical test that
enables Health First's
specialists to evaluate and
diagnose physical limita-
tions that may affect your
golf swing. The resulting
report allows instructors to
customize your own
specialized program
through the TPI.
This program, with easy
access online through the
TPI, gives you specific
exercises and drills that will
work on your weak areas, so


that your body will be able
to perform at its best.
The golf performance
training program isn't
simply designed to help
your golf game: It is
designed to enrich your
everyday life in any sport or
activity.
In addition to seeing an
improvement in your golf
game, you will feel better,
with better energy, less
stiffness and faster recovery.
The program is divided
into four levels. The junior
level is for children 12 years
and younger. The teenage
level is for golfers 13 to 19.
There is also an adult level
and a senior level, as well.
The cost for the program
begins as low as $80 for the
evaluation and TPI report.
From there, you can move
up to additional sessions
with a Pro-Health certified
trainer as well as re-evalua-
tion to see how you are
coming along on your
program.
The Academy of Golf at


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Duran offers combination
packages that team lessons
with the fitness program,
giving you the best value
and all-around program you
will find on the Space Coast.
Prices for packages that
include the evaluation,
fitness session and golf
lessons begin at $220. It's a


small investment with a
huge return on not just your
golf game, but your overall
health and well-being.
To schedule your appoint-
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for additional information,
contact the Duran Academy
of Golf at (321) 504-7776,
Ext. 7460, or visit them on


the Web at
www.durangolf.com.
James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night
Golf Show on WPSL 1590-
AM radio station. Contact
him at
jstammer@yahoo.com.


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Photo courtesy of Vero Beach Theatre Guild
Thieves Nick (John Christopher Sayles, left) and Louie
(Jesse Sayles, right) prepare to tie Opal (Margaret Frazer)
to a "chair in 'Opal is a Diamond' on stage at the Vero
Beach Theatre Guild through May 24.


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Festival
From page BI

for a wreath laying ceremony.
Event organizers ask those
interested in participating in
the bike run meet at 11:30
a.m. at the Appliance Direct
parking lot at CR 512 and
Fleming Street, where riders
will form up and leave
approximately 12:15 p.m.
According to. event organiz-
er Franni Howe-Southern, the
ride will be made byAmerican
Legion Riders of Florida who
will conduct-the wreath lay-
ing, as well as by other area
bikers.
"Art Sheridan of the Ameri-
can Legion Riders has taken


the ball and run with it on this
and has been the chief organ-
izer of (American Legion)
posts coming in.
"I couldn't have done it
without him," Mrs. Howe-
Southem said.
Once the riders have
assembled at Earl's, a com-
memorative ceremony will
commence at 1 p.m. and
include a benediction, official
honor guard and the wreath
laying, by a Navy SEAL officer.
Taps will be played and a
vocalist will sing "God Bless
America." ,
Following the ceremony,
the musical festivities and cel-
ebration begin.
The entertainment line-up
includes some of the nation's
top acts including JP Soars &


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The Red Hots who recently
took top honors at the 2009
International Blues Challenge
in Memphis.
The event promises to be a
second success, Mrs. Howe-
Southemrnsaid.
- "Last year's event drew
about 5,000 people over the
weekend, and I hope to dou-
ble that this year.
"We'll have rock and roll,
some 'country, swing, blues
and blues that are 'good, all-
around dancing music and it's
going to be fantastic," she
said.
Free parking for the event
will be available at nearby
public areas, including
Riverview Park.
But festival goers won't have
to "hoof it" to Earl's, Mrs.
Howe-Southem said.
Free limousine transporta-
tion to and from all public
parking spots to Earl's will be
provided by JJ's Hot Rayz Lim-
ousines on Saturday and Sun-
day.
"People can come with
their lawn chairs and,/when
they park, look for signs for
the Earl's shuttle," Mrs. Howe-
Southern said.
Saturday's entertainment
line-up begins at 1:30 p.m.


Obituaries
From page B5

Knights of Columbus, St.
'Sebastian Catholic Church
and Holy Spirit Catholic
Church.
He was preceded, in death
by his wife, Josephine; a son
James; his parents, Mary and
William;i two brothers Jarmes


with Raiford Starke; Diddley
Squat at 3 p.m.;. the Sean
Chambers Band at 4:30 p.m.;
nationally-acclaimed Albert
Castiglia at 7 p.m. and a return
by Raiford Starke at 9 p.m.
Keep your dancing shoes
handy, because the fun con-
tinues on Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
with the Rev. Billy C. Wirtz;
Mike Zito at 2:45 p.m.; Gina
Sicilia at 4 p.m.; award-win-
ning JP Soars & The Red Hots
at 6 p.m.; David Shelley &
Bluestone at 8 p.m. and Mike
Zito back at 9 p.m.
But wait, there's more.
On Monday; the festival
concludes with the Steve
Thorpe Blues Band at 2 p.m.
followed by Big Bill Morgan-
field at 3 p.m.
Music festival promoting
veteran, Mrs. Howe-Southem,
who also books musical acts
at Earl's, looks forward to the
event.
"'We're trying to bring the
community together for
Memorial Day and the music
and also let them know that
Earl's is a fun place to go.
For more information, call
(772) 801-6099. For limousine
ride assistance, call (772) 643-
3235 or (772) 480-0944.


and Edward and two sisters,
Dolly and Mary.
He is survived by two sons,
Francis and William; six
grandchildren and one great-
grandson.
Memorial contributions
may be made to-VNA Hospice
Foundation, 1110 35th Lane,
Vero Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements by- Seawinds
Funeral Home & Crematory.


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All rental and real estate RENTED!
advertising in the Home- VERO BEACH So No FORT PIERCE-Large 1, VERO BEACH Efficien- I rented my home using CONVENIENT. STORE
town News is subject. to smoking,.alcohol, drugs. ,2, & 3 BR apts avail now. cy, Downtown area, close the Hometown News. for lease Immokalee.
Law which makes it il Senior adult looking to Good area, on Virginia. to all. $450/mo. Clean, We received many calls Please call the following
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habits discrimination side or Mainland. From Children 18 & over w/fireplace, tile floors, scr Syndicated Content
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gendr idenxtitya ore choices, Paul Rogers good condo: Walk to pool nice neighborhood, close Available from Commercial News Providers
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P-R-7 S IG4 6B ElEsI G6aRCo WANTED JUPNKC A nTSE LF I h s ug .A FILE NO. P-2009-0276 WILLIAM H PHILLIPP, against them:
Seatethe. c caR i M ore nt $ n FriH9-6 Sat0- Special $450. lbdrm, EDWARD J. e eIN RE: ESTATE OF Deceased.R SOne (1)R200 Chev VIN#
MRU C... 9*I9ncome RestrictionsApply, Unfurn. Sewer/water incl. MICHELSON, Deceased: STEVEN K. POND,T Probate Division 1GCFG15X151186988"
PRIV TE EXECUTIVE SUI E 772978-0799 t.727-Small pet Ok. 1228,'24th NOTICE OF : DeceasE -File'No. P2009-0268 'Place of sale to be 596
rk Very 20 $150077-4737614 HARL EDAVSON 703 2HOC 7N S t 2-473-0o714 ADMINISTRATION G'.noticE TOy NOTICE TO- Old Dixie Highway,
(Testate) CREDITORS CREDITORS Mike's Wrecker Vero
85Aate PROPThe administration of the The administration of the The administration of the Pub: May,22, 2009
2770 Indian Rivgr0Blvd.8Vero3BeachEstate of EDWARD J B estate of STEVEN K. estate. of William H.
__"_ MICHELSON, deceased, POND, deceased, who .Philipp, deceased, whose LEGAL NOTICE:, On
... File Number was found dead on April date of deathrwas April 1, Monday June 08, 2009,
11200902?Si s a pending 21, 2009, is pending in 2009, Is. pending in the at 9:30 am., the following
'-, ir me ,.,r.:u,r .Court for the CircuitCourt for Circuit Court for Indian vehicles will be sold at
in tme { .Florida, Probate Division, Florida, Probate Division, Probate Division, the towing/storage owing
Apartmentthe address of which is the address of which is address of which is 2000 against them:
RENOA T C E N P.O. Box 1028, Vero Post Office Box 1028, 16th Ave, Vero Beach, One (1) 2001Docdg VIN#
kEN AN Beach, Florida 32961. Vero Beach, Florida, FL 32960. The names 1B8GP25331B225829
The names and 32961,-1028. The names and addresses of the Place of sale to be
Ask-About Our Specials addresses of the and addresses of the personal representative 566 Old Dixie Highway-
personal representative personal representative, and the personal Ci Cab-Vero
ComeVisit & See The Changes- and"' the personal and ,the personal representative's attorney Pub:sMay22, 2009'
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All New Appliances, New Carpets are set forth below., are set forth below. All creditors of. the Monday June 08, 2009,
Beau&ulSkylineor"WaterfrontViews and More! All interested persons are All creditors of the decedent and other at 9:30 a.m., the following
required to file with the decedent and other persons having claims or vehicles will be sold at
Resi dent Programs, Computer Lab, above styled court any persons having claims or demands against public auction to pay for
objection by. an interested demands against, decedent's, estate .,on towing/storage owing
AVAIL* Fitness Center will soon be available. person on whom as copy decedent's estate onr whom a copy of this against them:
8,400 sq.. ft. (c'an be divided) Convenient to schools & shopping of the notice is served whom a copy of this 'notice is. required to be One (1) 2004 Chry VIN#
yet.. i .I, at... OP. that challenges the notice is required to be served must file their 3C8FY68814T224336
1650 sq yet private, validity of the Will (or any .served must file their claims with this- court One (1) 1993 Pont VIN#
1,650ORDABLE ' RENTS!' Codicil), the qualifications claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF. 1G2JC14H7P7533826
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T representative, the 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST Old Dixie Highway
sTurry'BeforeAllIRented! Tvenue, or jurisdiction of TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Mike's Wrecker Vero
4049 44th Manor *rVeroBeach thecourtwithinthree(3) PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
772-562-802 service of a copy of the AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY LEGAL NOTICE: On
TDD 1-800-955-8771Notice of Ad isration SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON Tuesday June 02, 2009,
on the objecting person. OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. at 9:30 a~m., the following
institutions an equal opportunity provider and employer Any interested person on THEM.
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