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Vol. 6, No.15 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, January 9, 2009


Passions in action

Looking for a way to give
back in the New Year? The
Nonprofit Forum of the Cul-
tural Council of Indian
River County can help.
'On Jan. 13, the forum will
hpst the second annual
nonprofit information fair
at the Vero Beach Commu-
nity Center.
-More than. 60 \nonprofit
organizations will set up
information booths with
listings of volunteer activi-
ties and services. Represen-
tatives from each organiza-
tion will be on hand from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Admittance is free.
For more information,
contact Neda Heeter at (772)
234-7186 or e-mail non-
profitforum@gmail.com.

Skydiving trip
ends in fatality

The Federal Aviation
Administration and Sebast-
ian. Police Department are
investigating after one man
suffered fatal injuries dur-
ing a skydiving jump.
Daniel Kulpa, 22, of Cran-
bury, N.J., died on Jan 2,
after a jump with Skydiving
Sebastian went awry.
According to the autopsy
report, the cause of death
was blunt force trauma. The
toxicology report is still pend-
ing and results are expected
insixto eightweeks.
Upon initial inspection of
the skydiving equipment,
police say that everything
appeared to be in order, but
an investigation is still under-
way. No foul play is suspect-
ed, nor is there any indication
of a suicide issue, Sebastian
community policing Officer
Steve Marcinik said.
Numerous witnesses saw
two skydivers land in the area
near the Sebastian Municipal
Airport. The other skydiver
had a hard landing and was
transported to the hospital.
No further investigation is
planned for the second indi-
vidual.
The two incidents are
unrelated, police said.

Cruise ship
employee missing
Less than one hour after
S rnging in the New Year, a
man fell into the ocean from
the deck of the Carnival
Cruise -ship Sensation,
See BRIEF, A6



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Taking a stand to prevent


child abuse in Sebastian


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN The giggles and smiles of chil-
dren are music to the ears of many people, and
one organization is working hard to keep those
giggles from turning into tears.
Child abuse and neglect is a crime that affects
those who cannot help themselves and every
year the Exchange Club of Sebastian raises funds
to prevent child abuse.
The club is one of five branches of a national
exchange club organization dedicated to the
prevention of child abuse in Indian River Coun-
ty.
'Karen McElveen and her husband, Steve,
enjoyed fishing in the annual Bluewater fishing
tournament hosted by the club and realized that
by being a part of the club, they could reach out


Holman Stadium


no longer a


field of dreams


It breaks your heart.
With those simple,
yet powerful words,
the late A. Bartlett
Giamatti began his
stirring and compelling
piece on baseball, "The
Green Fields of the
Mind." Although it was
written more than three
decades ago, the
sentiment behind it is
still as real and vivid as
the day.and summer
that inspired it.
I think of that now as
Vero Beach prepares for
its first spring training
without the Los Angeles
Dodgers. It is hard to
believe that the same
dugouts that housed
hall of famers and all-
stars alike will be
empty. I truly believed
that if you build it, they
would come. Then
again, I also believe in
Santa Claus and the
Easter Bunny.
I remember my first
experience at Dodger-
town. Growing up I had
heard tales of when
"Dem Bums" inhabited
Brooklyn, and since
Ebbets Field was long
gone before I ever
picked up a bat, I
appreciated the link to
the past that Holman
Stadium provided.
The stadium itself
seemed untouched by
time. With its simple
design and close
proximity to the.
players, I envisioned a
time when Brooklyn's
world championship
banner still flew and the
game of baseball was
still just that a game.
I don't remember who
won that day. In reality,
all patrons of baseball
came out winners.
While spring training
games don't count in
the standings, you
would be hard pressed
to tell that to those who
were witnessing their
first live game, or the
fans who were attend-
ing their 100th.
Over the next few
years, I enjoyed my
visits to Holman
Stadium. Although I
wasn't always rooting
for the Dodgers, the


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MACDONALD
SPORTS WRITER



trips were a constant
reminder how things
used to be, how things
were supposed to be.
While all those games
were accompanied by
the excitement and
anticipation of a new
major-league season
about to begin, last
spring's Dodgers' finale
had a completely
different air to it. Each
out brought with it a
sense of foreboding, a
step closer to the
inevitable.
The Dodger players
tried their best to send
the 7,327 fans in
attendance home
happy. Los Angeles
jumped out to a 1-0
lead and later held a 5-3
advantage. A five-run
sixth inning put the
Astros ahead 10-6, but
again, the Dodgers tried
to rally.
In his first at-bat of
the spring, Preston
Mattingly homered
before Rafael Furcal
blasted a triple. Andre
Ethier smoked another
long ball and the
Dodgers closed to
within 10-9. Unfortu-
nately, the bullpen
couldn't keep it close,
giving up two runs in
the top of the ninth.
Los Angeles tallied
one more in their half of
the inning, but fell 12-
10.
With the Dodgers
headed to Arizona,
there seemed to be a
glimmer of hope that
city and county officials
could lure another ball
club to come toVero
Beach. While no team
could ever completely
fill the void that Los
Angeles has left,
baseball would still live
on through Holman's
new tenant.
Now that, too, seems
like a pipe dream. You
would think that the


See STADIUM, A7


to even niore children.
"We feel it's very important to support our i
children and improve our community, and be
out there offering services," said Ms.
McElveen.
The club partners with and supports both
the Boys and Girls Club in Sebastian and
Youth Guidance.
Scholarship money is also set aside for deserv-
ing high school graduates from Sebastian High
School.
"We also recognize and honor kids for having
good grades or outstanding service during our
weekly meetings," said Ms. McElveen.
"It's important for the kids to see that their
behavior and good citizenship mean something
to the community," she said.
Scott Wallace, president of the Exchange Club
of Indian River, said that being involved with


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other
businessmen and
women and community members is fun, but
the focus on the children is extremely impor-
tant.
"We heard some horror stories of children
abused even in an upscale community like Indi-
an River County and it's hard to believe," said
Mr. Wallace.
.. Sometimes, when we get to take some chil-

See ABUSE, A7


Fishing tales


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Matthew Otero, 7, of New York, gets some poihters on fishing from Sebastian resident
Blake Johnston recently under the Wabasso Bridge. In New York, Matthew held his own
by recently catching a 15-inch brown trout.




End of year busy



for law enforcement

Grow house, prostitution busts yield arrests


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Members of the Multi-
Agency Criminal Enforce-
ment Unit had an eventful
December, winding up two
major operations and
uncovering a marijuana
grow house after a domestic
violence call.
"The MACE unit has been


real busy. There's just lots of
stuff going on," said Deputy
Jeff Luther, Indian River
Sheriff's public information
officer.
Two days before Christ-
mas the MACE unit, which
consists of law enforcement
personnel from the county
sheriff's office and a Vero
Beach Police officer, arrest-
ed eight people on charges
of possession and/or sale of


cocaine.
An active warrant remains
for one more suspect, said
Deputy Luther.
An officer from the Sebas-
tian Police Department
used to be involved with the
unit, but is now focused on
fighting crime in Sebastian.
During the two-week long
investigation, undercover
officers purchased and sold
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crack cocaine to target
street-level drug users and
sellers in known drug areas
in Indian River County.
"We're trying to create a
happier environment for
people in our community,"
said Deputy Luther.
"There are a lot of things,
like stealinfig, that are on the
rise right now, first because
of the economy, but second
because of all the drugs out
there," he said.
On Dec. 27, law enforce-
ment responded to a call
on Fifth Avenue in Vero
Beach regarding a woman
telling neighbors that her
husband was going to kill
her.
When officers went to
check on the situation, they
entered the woman's resi-
dence at 1700 Fifth Ave., and
found her unharmed, but
surrounded by marijuana
plants.
The MACE Unit obtained
a search warrant and found
about 80 marijuana plants
growing in the house.
Three people, Reinaldo
Faba Cuevas and Nancy
Maria Mena Garcia, the resi-
dents of the house, and


'There are a lot of things, like stealing, that are
on the rise right now, first because of the
economy, but second because of all the drugs-
out there.

Jeff Luther
Indian River Sheriffs public information officer


Ovaldo Trejo of 3935 186th
St., Miami Gardens, were
arrested on charges of culti-
vation of marijuana and
possession of a controlled
substance.
The plants were being
cultivated under ambient
light, fans and air condi-
tioning to accelerate
growth and simulate natu-
ral conditions, according
to a statement from the
sheriff's office.
There were also several
pounds of marijuana found
-hanging from ropes in
another room in the process
of drying.
According to Ilka Daniel,
director of outreach services
at the Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian River
County, more than 60
pigeons, a canary, a dog and
several tropical fish were
taken from the home.
"The animals were in
excellent condition, but


were taken from the home
due to the owners being
arrested," said Ms. Daniel.'
The pigeons were homing
pigeons, trained to fly back
to their homes.
The animals had not been
claimed at press time and
Ms. Daniel said t1e animals
would be placed for adop-
tion if the owner does not
claim them by a certain
deadline.
"We're currently working
with pigeon fanciers in town
to see if some good homes
can be found with people
who know how to train them
and care for them," said Ms.
Daniel.
After completing a tri-
county racketeering bust in
mid December, MACE unit
detectives now have 35
active warrants for the
arrests of men who will be
charged with a misde-
meanor offense of engaging
in prostitution.
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follow, Deputy Luther said.


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The community is invited featuring Robert Keenan
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wine and culinary extrava- Hotel and Club's Indigo
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On Friday evening, makers will showcase their
patrons may choose to. dine wines alongside 'the culi-
at one of Vero Beach's nary talents of local chefs.
restaurants or luxury barri- Likewise, festival winemak-
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vate homes.
Private home vintners will
include wineries from
around the world including
Nord Estate Wines, Liv-
ingston-Moffett Winery,
Ladera Vineyards, Beau Jou-
bert Vineyards & Winery,
Flora Springs Winery &
Vineyards, Joseph Phelps
Vineyards, Dalla Terra Wine,
Azienda Agricole Tiberini,
Hirsch Vineyards, Robert
Hall Winery and Gordon
Brothers Cellars.
Riverside Park will play
host to the black tie four-
course dinner and auction
on Saturday. The tented,


black tie gala, sponsored by
Brown Forman, offers cock-
tails, a one-of-a-kind silent
auction and a seated dinner.
The live auction, will fea-
ture superior lots of wine
from around the world,
unique dining experiences
and exotic travel opportuni-
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This year, the dinner por-
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traveling solo does not
Shave to mean traveling
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the person that chooses to
travel alone or do not have a
travel partner.
Generally speaking most
travel offers are per person,
based on double occupancy,
and single travelers pay a
single supplement to travel
alone. This to single travelers,
feels unfair, because they are


being penalized for not being
partnered up.
That being said, there is a
discount if they are traveling as
a triple,.then the fare goes
down per person, as long as
three are occupying the same
room or ship's stateroom.
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The first obvious answer is a
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single persons with the same
interests and maybe even a
relationship.


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might also be thought of as
young, wild and looking for
all-night parties. You know the
type singles cruise aboard a
cruise to the Caribbean -
what aparty.Yes, they are
singles, but not necessarily the
definition of the solo traveler.
A solo traveler can be
anybody. Many are people
who have a particular interest
and do not want to have to
cater to another's interest
and/orneeds.
; Couples who have the same
interests are fortunate to be
able to travel together and
both get what they are looking
for..Unfortunately, some
couples who travel together
because they happen to be
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Widows and widowers are
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over the years, so they decide
to keep on traveling. Unfortu-
nately, most decide not to
because they do not want to
experience traveling alone. But
those who do find there is just
as much joy in it as before the
death of their beloved.
There are also solo travelers
who are happily married but
have different interests. So they
travel together when they wish
and travel solo to experience
something the other has no
interest in.
I have married clients--he
enjoys golf and she loves the
spa- and this works well for
them for the most part, since
many spas have golf courses
attached. But both go on
different trips as well, he goes
to Ireland to golf, and she goes'.
to the islands with her friends
to a spa resort. I also have seen.
the wife go to Italy on a
cooking tour and he stayed
home. They seem to be very
comfortable.
Solo travelers who just
fascinate me decides where
they want to go, and then go. I
recall being on board the
Regent Seven Seas Mariner,
alongwith my husband, on an
Alaska itinerary last year. I was1
just blown awaywith howy
many solo passengers there
were.
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Police report


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.
Sebastian Police
Department
Donald Bradley Hull, 18,
1642 Sunpurt Road, Sebast-
ian, was charged with grand
theft.

Fellsmere Police
Department
Miguel Almanez, 27, 125
N. Elm St.,- Fellsmere, was
charged with aggravated
battery.

Indian River County
Sheriff's Office

Jonathan Devon Clark
Baker Jr., 23, 4655 32nd Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with violation of probation,
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer, driving while
license suspended, habitual
offender, fleeing or eluding,
resisting an officer with vio-
lence and a misdemeanor
charge of resisting an officer
without violence.
Ashley Amanda Wilson,
19, 5136 85th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with unautho-
rized use of a credit card and
misdemeanor charges of
first-degree petit theft and
unauthorized use of a credit
card.
Jamard William Lee, 21,
8415 59th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with aggravated
assault with a deadly
weapon.
Tiffany N. Smith, 23, 2516
44th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with 16 counts of
dealing in stolen property.
Michael Edward Taylor
III, 25, 5815 59th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
grand theft auto and misde-
rieanor charges of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
and drivingI while_-'icense


suspended with knowledge.
Emilda Vela, 46, 2315
86th Drive, Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
assault.
John Ussery, 48, 470 13th
Lane Southwest, Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
of cocaine and misde-
meanor charges of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
and resisting arrest without
violence
Robert Lee Leslie, 22,
8836 105th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
aggravated assault domestic
violence and misdemeanor
charges of battery domestic
violence and possession of
cannabis.
Torrevio Maurice Ealy,
22, 8400 59th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
attempted second-degree
murder.
Izelne Edmond, 21, 8475
85th Court, Vero Beach, was
charge with attempted sec-
ond-degree murder by dis-
charging a firearm.
Marteika McClain, 25,
8001 Hidden River Drive,
Tampa, was charged with
failure to appear in court 6n
charges of organized fraud,
deposit with intent to
defraud, possession of a
counterfeit check, uttering a
forged instrument, scheme
to defraud and grand theft
auto.
au Pamela Jane Arnold, 68,
3230 S. Atlantic Ave., Day-
tona Beach Shores, was
charged with Racketeer
Influenced Corrupt Organi-
zations conduct in enter-
prise through pattern of
racketeering act.
Marisol Romero, 43, 3335
Pinewalk Place N-B16 Apt.
20, Marsate, was charged
with Racketeer Influenced
Corrupt Organizations con-
duct in enterprise through
pattern of racketeering.
Lucian Maurice Lewis,-
26, 475 Dover Court, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with vio-
lation of community control
for driving while license
revoked, habitual offender.
Shaneka L. Stinson, 30,
3' o ;;',2 2 .'


3976 46th Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation.
Jesse Dallas Hamilton,
25, 4780 38th Circle, Vero
Beach, was charged with
operating habitual traffic
offender.
Michael Eugene Coyce,
43, 801 Cain St., Sebastian,
was charged with aggravated
battery.
Michael John Dimino, 34,
2005 19th Ave. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with worthless check obtain-
ing property.
Vernon Leonard Harts-
field, 35, 6 E. Celeste St.,
Apopka, was charged with
felony driving, while license
suspended.
Jonathan Paul Vercellotti,
29, 660 25th St. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with aggravated assault with
a deadly weapon and a mis-
demeanor charge of battery
domestic violence.
Bobbie Darlene Fatz, 22,
8255 46th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
of cocaine and sale of
cocaine.
Aaron Dywon Donley, 24,
410 25 Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
assault.
James Paul Peters, 25,
525 65th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with battery
with prior conviction.
Angela Shirley Holewins-
ki, 50, 1910Woodland Circle,
Apt. 107, Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation. She was on pro-
bation for driving under the
influence impairment with
two priors.
Reinaldo Faba Cuevas,
63, 1700 Fifth Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
cultivation of cannabis, pos-
session of cannabis and rent
or lease for the purpose of
trafficking.
Osvaldo Trejo, 45, 3935
Northwest 186th St., Miami
Gardens, was charged with
cultivation or manufacture
of a controlled substance,
possession of a controlled
substance and rent or lease


for purpose o:
controlled sub
Nancy Ma
cia, 47, 1700 F
Beach, was
cultivation or
of a controll
possession of
substance and
for purpose of
Lester Va
48, 494 Sea
Sebastian, wa
violation of
was on probate
the scene of
with injury
under the i:
damage to pr
also charged
appear in coi
of driving wh
pended, habit
Bradley S
10911 Mulbe:
ian, was chain
session of b
two counts o
structure and
chief.
Ricardo V
Willow St.,
charged with
law enforcer
misdemeano
driving whil
pended and
out violence.
Cenovio
5755 85th La
Beach, was
felony batter
Ronnie
22,, homeless
with violatio
He' was on
trespassing.
Katelynn
18, 700 24th
west, Vero
charged witl
structure wh
third-degree
while maske
Christop
333 15th Pi
Vero Beach
with third
theft.
Shawn
sio, 21, 3044
west, Vero
charged wil
theft.


f trafficking in
)stance
ria Mena Gar-
Fifth Ave., Vero
charged with
r manufacture
ed substance,
f a controlled
d rent or lease
trafficking.
nn Waters Jr.,
side Terrace,
s charged with
probation. He
tion for leaving
F an accident
and driving
nfluence with


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operty. He was Rachel Susan Fischler, cocain
with failure to 29, 1006 Sebastian Road, E:
urt on charges Barefobt Bay, was charged Treasu
ile license sus- with burglary to an unoccu- Fort I
tual offehder. pied business, with r
Scott Hess, 20, Javoris Ladarius Thor- M
rry St., Sebast- pes, 18, 1615 30th Ave., Vero 44, 57
urged with pos- Beach, was charged with was c
burglary tools, aggravated assault with a sion a
Af burglary of a deadly weapon and misde- La
i criminal mis- meanor charges of retail 461 D
theft, resisting a merchant Sebas
arela, 20, 261 S. and resisting an officer with- grand
Fellsmere, was out violence, and u
Battery on a Raymond Edwin Tirrell ment.
aent officer and Jr., 52, 526 Balboa St., Sebas- Jo
r charges of tian, was charged with dri- 13th]
e license sus- ver's license revoked habitu- charg
resisting with- al offender. occur
Cesar Luna, 31, home- crimi
Nagerete, 24, less, was charged with pos- Er
Lne, No. 5, Vero session of cocaine. 8775
charged with Adrian Perez, 32, home- was c
y. less, was charged with pos- ed a;
AlMilen Bradfield, session of cocaine. weap
s, was charged Johnnie Hicks, 44, 4200 charg
n of probation. block 28 Ave., Vero Beach, violet
probation for was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine and a mis- Ind
i Rebecca Wall, demeanor charge of driv-
i Place, South- ing while license PO
Beach, was suspended with knowl-
h burglary of a edge. E
ile masked and Carl Cooper, 55, 4427 27 1214
grand theft Ave., Vero Beach, was Pierc
d. charged .with purchase of burgl
)her Kasten, 56, cocaine and possession of
ace Southwest, cocaine. F
, was charged Rodercik Q. Jones, 37,
-degree grand 5013 El Muva Ave., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
Michael Debla- purchase of cocaine and *
Sixth St. South- possession of cocaine. field,
Beach, was Dora Speed, 44, 3060 Apop
th felony retail 44th Lane, Vero Beach, was felon
charged -withpossesYof ss
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ne and sale of cocaine.
rika Duarte 23, 500
ire Cay Drive, No. 103,
Pierce, was charged
detail theft.
:atthew Dean Nesby,
50 C:R. 510, Wabasso,
harged with posses-
nd sale of cocaine.
nrry Michael Pryor, 50,
)elmonte Road, No. A,
tian, was charged with
theft motor vehicle
ttering a forged instru-

yce Beauvais, 42, 4346
Place, Vero Beach, was
ed with burglary of an
pied dwelling and
nal mischief.
'ic Robert Kratman, 37,
20th St., Vero Beach,
charged with aggravat-
ssault with a deadly
on and a misdemeanor
;e of battery domestic
nce.

ian River Shores
Dlice Department
arl Singley Iubert, 30,
W. Joy Lane, Fort
e, was charged with
lary of a conveyance.

lorida Highway
Patrol
Vernon Leonard Harts-
35, 6 E. Celeste St'.,
)ka, was charged with
ly driving while license
ended.


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We need driver's school

There needs to be a driver's school course that makes you
drive around with a DMV staff member for at least a couple
hours, not just driving around in the parking lot for a few min-
utes and then handing over a license.
Every day I have people who don't use their signals, cut peo-
ple off, talk on cell phones, cross over three lanes in front of traf-
fic to get over to that turning lane, ride in passing lanes and
even speed up so that you can't pass.
When I spoke with an officer as to why people aren't ever
pulled over for these things, all he could say is that 95 percent of
his tickets were speeding. If this is one thing people are getting
penalized for why aren't the other law-breakers getting penal-
ized as well?

What happened to the rants?

Are people not writing in rants and raves or has the paper cut
back on the space given to the column? I really looked forward
to this section of the paper. Can't we vent our opinion anymore
or are we just bottled up until we explode? Hopefully, the col-
umn will get back to the way it was.
Editor's note: The volume of responses to Rants and Raves is
down significantly. We print what we receive. Readers?

Turn down the TV music

Why do all TV shows seem to have their background music
tuned up so high that most times you can't even hear what the
main characters in the movies have to say?.
This never happened in the old-time movies, and it didn't
interfere with what the actors were saying.

Pull your pants up

I cannot stand to see these young men walking around with
their pants pulled up to just below their butt cheeks. It looks
absolutely awful. I would never hire any of these young men to
do any kind of work for me.
I don't know if it's worse than the young girls with their butt
cheeks hanging out of the bottom of their shorts. I know where
they can get a job: on the street or at a strip club. The young
people these days have no respect for themselves or anyone
else. And, as a citizen, I'm scared to approach them to tell them
they look awful. In the olden days, we respected the opinion of
the older generations. Nowadays, the young people are com-
pletely disrespectful and treat their parents like slaves. Parents
spoil children rotten then wonder why they are misbehaving.
I think the days of the leather strap and good old-fashioned
whippings should be brought back. Maybe then these little
punks would be more courteous.

Don't rush the holiday season

I went into a store last Week to buy a couple last-minute
Christmag items. They were picked over and tom apart, and sit-
ting next to a display ofValentine's Day gifts. Why do we have to
rush through the holidays? There is no time to enjoy the now,
because we are too busy preparing for two months away.

Stop re-selling tickets

I think it's bad business that the Dolphins tickets were
bought up by people who just want to re-sell them at a ridicu-
lous price. What about the real-deal fans that can't afford $400
per ticket? The Dolphin organization should try to do some-
thing about this.


Brief
From page Al
according to officials.
Antonio Matabang of Cali-
fornia, an employee of Carni-
val, was off duty at the time of
the incident and, fell more
'than 80 feet into the water.
The Coast Guard searched
unsuccessfully for the 26-
year-old until Friday evening,
when officials called off the
search.
Two weeks ago; a woman


went missing aboard a cruise
ship in the Gulf of Mexico. The
search for her was also called
off and she is presumed to be
dead.

Classes offered
at county library

The Indian River County
main library will offer classes
in January for drawing, callig-
raphy, sign. language and
chess. Classes are free, but
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Letter makes p


recently received a letter
from a reader and it
made a profound
impression on me.
She discovered a lump on
the day that she read my
column about getting a
mammogram. She wants to
protect her privacy, so I have
edited her letter in the hope
that it may help others.
"I am in my early 50s and,
am ashamed to admit, never
went for a mammogram
because breast cancer does
not run in my family and I
have always been excep-
tionally healthy.
"Something about this,
lump did not feel right. I
went into the kitchen and
found Hometown News on
the dining room table. I read
your column.
"I was laid off from my job
earlier this year and do not
have medical insurance.
"Then I read what you
wrote about the Depart-
ment of Health Florida
breast and cervical cancer
screening program. I
discovered that my county
health department (Indian
River) offered it. I called
them and was approved for
the program in one day. I
subsequently discovered


rofound impression


ALIVE
& WELL
SHELLEY KOPPEL


that I was the last eligible
woman approved for the
program due to a shortage
of funds.
"I have since discovered
that I do have breast cancer
and have been approved for
Medicaid. I have had all of
the pre-operation tests and
throughout the ordeal, the
care has been exceptional.
"I had never heard of
these programs before and if
I did not learn about them
from your column, I do not
like to anticipate what may
have happened."
As you can see, the
program this reader turned
to has.limited funds. It is so
important that you get the
testing and treatment you
need, and I have turned to
another reader, Cheryl
Norman Caldwell, a volun-
teer with Pink Tie Friends, to
explain thatfthere is help out
there.
Pink Tie Friends helps,
underinsured and unin-
sured breast cancer patients


in Indian River, Martin and
St. Lucie counties. While
they have not yet had
patients from Indian River
County, they would like to,
and when they hear from
patients they will begin
seeking medical providers
there to work with Pink Tie
to help.
At this time, most patients
are referred to Pink Tie by
the Martin Memorial Health
System Breast Health
Navigator program. You can
find out more about Pink Tie
Friends at the Web site,
www.PinkTieFriends.org.
The cost of breast cancer
treatment can be so over-
whelming and what Pink Tie
does is negotiate with
providers based on the
medical needs of the patient
and what insurance cover-
age they may already have,
even if it isn't enough to
cover treatment.
"There is no set dollar rate
or standard amount paid,",
Ms. Caldwell said. "Breast
cancer is so unique to the
physiology of the patient,
which is fundamental to
why a cure is so elusive."
In addition, Soroptomists
of Stuart, the American
Cancer Society and the
Susan G. Komen Founda-


tion are resources for
women who cannot afford
mammograms or need help
affording treatment.
I was so moved by the
courage of the reader who
took the steps to find out
about the program and go
on Medicaid. She had
always worked, done all the
right things and had had
health coverage. This was a
crisis not of her making, and
it is happening to people all
over this country.
She took the steps,
necessary to give herself the
best chance at survival.
No woman should put off
a mammogram if it is
recorniiinded for her age
group, regardless of medical
history. Most breast cancer
is not hereditary.
If you have already found
a lump, get treatment
immediately. Call the
organizations listed. If they:
can't help, perhaps they ca -
lead you to someone who .
can. Do not put your life in:
jeopardy.
Shelley Koppel is the .
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine and
member of the National
Association of Science
Writers. E-mail questions to:
skoppel@bellsouth.net.


Managing spam is no easy task


very day when I open
my e-mail, I am
flooded with spam.
I get messages trying to
sell me everything from
Viagra to discount mort-
gages to memberships at
adult Web sites.
I even get an occasional
message from a "dethroned
prince" from Nigeria
promising that if only I
help him (by giving him my
bank account information)
he'll be able to get access to
his frozen assets and give
me several million for my
troubles.
It's gotten to the point
that out of 60 to 70 mes-
sages, only a handful are
legitimate.
How is it that I, a com-
puter fixer with decades of
experience, can get flooded
with spam?.
Don't I, of all people,
know how to manage this
scourge any better?
Frankly, no. But it's not
from lack of trying.
Unfortunately, just about
everything I've tried to
stem the flow of spam has
had either negative or
short-term effects.
I've found the most
effective way (for me
anyway) is to just scan the
subject headers and click
the delete button and nuke
all the unwanted e-mails
one by one.
I know what you are
thinking. Many of you are


COMPUTE
THIS
SEAN MCCARTHY


successfully using some
sort of spam filter and are
thinking, "If sean would
just switch to this method,
all of his spam woes would
be over."
All I can really say to that
is thanks, but no thanks.
Over the years, as I have
tried one method after
another to manage
unwanted e-mail, I've
noticed a common thread:
many spam filters are too
aggressive and have a
tendency to delete mes-
sages I actually want.
Many spam filters will
look at the sender's domain
name and filter the mes-
sage that way. The problem
with that is I may actually
want messages from that
domain and the spam filter
can unintentionally red flag
messages that I actually
want to read.
An example of that would
be the time I was trying to
refinance my home. My
father, being ever helpful,
sent me an e-mail listing
the mortgage rates of a
certain lender. The spamr
filter spotted the key words
"low mortgage rates" and
filtered that message as
spam. Then, since the


offending message came
from my dad's e-mail
address, all future mes-
sages from him were
filtered.
The really frustrating
thing was that I didn't know
my dad's e-mail was getting
filtered, so I didn't know he
was trying to e-mail me
until he called, annoyed
that I was "ignoring his e-
mail."
Other methods have had
mixed results, too.
One question that always
comes up is "how do these
spammers get your e-mail
address in the first place?
It's not like you go to
some site and sign up for
spam. I've seen cases
where people get new e-
mail accounts and within a
week, the flow of spam
begins.
How's that?
There are dozens of ways
e-mail addresses end up as
targets for spammers, but
I'll just cover a couple.
Forwarding e-mail
messages to everyone in
your address book (or
actually corresponding
with someone who engages
in this practice) can expose
your address to the spam-
mers, because as the
messages gets forwarded
on and on, so do all the
addresses listed in the e-
mail. Then, once they're
out in cyberspace, there are
a number of'ways that the


addresses can get harvest-:
ed from that e-mail.
Another method is the
old "random e-mail
address" trick. What they
do is use a computer
program to generate
thousands of e-mail
addresses using random
letters and numbers before
the "at" (@) symbol and
domain name. Then they
send out test messages to
these randomly-generated
addresses; the ones that
don't get rejected by the
mail system as a bad'
address, they keep.
They end up with a list o'f
addresses they know go
somewhere. If you have
ever gotten an e-mail with:
no subject and no message
it's possible that that's
where that message is
coming from, and unfortuw
nately, by the time you get
the message, it's too late.
They already know that the
e-mail address is a good
one.
Until I find a method to
manage the flow of spam
that does not have unwant-
ed side effects, I guess I will
just continue to just delete
them as they come in. At
least I don't have to walk 1
out to the mailbox in the
rain to get my junk mail.
Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


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diF J ar 9 2009


Stadium
From page Al
Baltimore Orioles -
who haven't exactly
blazed a trail of success
in their history -
would be happy to play
somewhere that is all
about the past. For a
franchise that has
mostly occupied the
cellar in recent years, a
move to Vero Beach
could be seen as a new
beginning.
The team apparently
didn't think so, anger-
ing local officials and
possible fans with its
cavalier attitude during
the negotiating process.
While there is still hope
the two sides can iron
out an agreement in the
future, there seems to
be mcje of a chance
that Kirk Gibson will
come out of retirement.
Like Bart said, "It
breaks your heart."
It was designed to.



Festival
From page A3
signature passed hors
d'ouevres.
The weekend concludes
on Sunday beginning at 2
p.m. with a grand wine tast-
ing also under the grand
tent at Riverside Park.
Wine aficionados can


Abuse
From page Al
dren for an outing some-
where, they're very quiet
and withdrawn, but some-
times they'll open up and
the stories they tell are gut-
wrenching. It'll break your
heart," said Mr. Wallace.
Mr. Wallace is one of the
two remaining charter
members of the Exchange
Club of Indian River and has
been involved with the
organization for more than
30 years.


With our thanks


Tom Maher, Hibiscus
Children's Center director
of development, presents
Saint Edward's third-grader
Ali Goracy with a thank
you recognition plaque for
her ongoing caring and
generosity for Hibiscus
children.














Photo courtesy of
Parris Westbrook


enjoy the afternoon sam-
pling wines, watching mini-
iron chef competitions, par-
ticipating in chef book-
signings or attending semi-
nars.
Tickets are $50 per person
prior to the event and $60
per person at the door.
This year's beneficiaries
include: Indian River Med-
ical Center Foundation, Vis-


The exchange clubs all
over the county also work
closely with Child Abuse
Services, Training and Life
Enrichment to make a dif-
ference in the community.
CASTLE has developed a
series of programs designed
to build and enrich a family
and prevent child abuse and
neglect.
. "I'm a new grandpa this
year, and when you hear
stuff on the news about that
little girl Caylee, who was
allegedly killed by her moth-
er, it just tears you up-
inside," said Mr. Wallace,


iting Nurse Association and
Hospice Foundation, the
Vero Beach Museum of Art,
Riverside Theatre, Chil-
dren's Home Society, Envi-
ronmental Learning Center
and Hibiscus Children's
Center.
Full weekend packages are
available by invitation at
(772) 794-9386. Tickets for


referencing the Caylee
Anthony case, the Orlando
girl whose body was recent-
ly found in a wooded area
near her home. Her mother,
Casey, remains jailed.
"It's going to be a tough
year (for fundraising)
because the economy is so
hard," said Mr. Wallace.!
"We really need to look to
our youth because they are
the future and they can
make it bright," said Ms.
McElveen.
To get information about
an exchange club in your


the Sunday grand wine tast-
ing are on sale at Great Spir-
its Liquor and Fine Wines,
824 South U.S. 1, Vero Beach,
Carroll Meat and Seafood
Market, 1355. U.S. 1, Vero
Beach and the Bottle Shop,
4877 Highway AIA, Vero
Beach.
For more information,
visit www.TreasureCoast-
WineFestival.com


area, see the following list-
ings.
Exchange Club of Indian
River, contact Scott Wallace
at (772) 538-5484.
Exchange Club of Vero
Beach, visit santasforest.org.
Exchange Club of Sebas-
tian, contact Marilyn Waldis
at (772) 581-2540. .
Exchange Club of
Fellsmere meets at Marsh
Landing on the first and
third Monday of each
month.
Exchange Club of the
Treasure Coast, call (772)
569-0000.


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Brief
From page A6
donations are accepted.
On Fridays at 2 p.m., begin--
ning Jan. 9, chess lessons will
be held in the Pelicar'Island
room. No registration is
required.
Beginning calligraphy
classes will be held Mondays
at 10 a.m. starting Jan. 12,
Registration is requested and
a supply list is available.
Drawing classes begiri
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The eight-week class requires
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Friday, January 9, 2009


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THURSDAY, JAN. 8-
SUNDAY, JAN. 11
The Vero Beach Museum
of Art 17th annual antiques
preview, show and sale host-
ed by the Friends of the Muse-
um will commence with a
patron champagne reception
and preview party Thursday,
Jan. 8 beginning at 5 p.m.
Tickets for the preview party
from 6 to 8:30 p.m. are $100
and tickets to the reception
from 5 to 6 p.m. are $150 and
include admission to the pre-
view party. Thirty-seven deal-
ers will present 18th and 19th
century displays.of Americana.
Proceeds benefit the muse-
um's educational outreach
programs. The show will fea-
ture appraisals by Tim Luke,
who is featured on two televi-
sion shows. Mr. Luke and Greg
Strahm will conduct
appraisals in the museum's
Leonhardt Auditorium on Fri-
day, Jan. 9 from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. and on Saturday, Jan. 10
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Those
seeking appraisals may bring
up to three items at $15 per
item. Show manager, Charles
Miller, will also conduct
appraisals on Sunday, Jan. 11
from noon to 2 p.m. with a
three-item limit at $15 per
item. Also featured will be an
antique car display. Hours of
the show are 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. on Friday; 10 a.m. to 5
7) v p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. on Sunday. For more
information or to purchase
tickets for the party/reception,
call (772) 231-0707

SATURDAY, JAN. 10
The Vero Beach High
School Performing Arts
Department is conducting
open auditions for boys and
girls ages 6-15 from 10 a.m. to
noon in the school's perform-
ing arts center for the upcom-
ing February production of
"The King & I." Participants
should wear comfortable
clothing for movement and be
prepared to sing a simple
song. Music reading skills are
not required. Vero Beach High
School Performing Arts Center
is located at 1707 16th St. in
Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call high school
drama director Dee Rose at
(772) 564-5634.

,SUNDAY, JAN. 11
The Vero Beach Art Club's
"Art in the Park" will be held
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Humiston Park located at
3000 Ocean Drive in Vero
Beach. A wide assortment of
artisan works will be available
to view and buy. Exhibiting
artists are all members of the
See OUT, B2


Theater, with gangster references


'Breaking Legs'
comes to
Riverside
By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH It's the
quintessential show busi-
ness good-luck phrase,
and it's also a stereotypical
"accident" which can
occur when someone
crosses an underworld
mobster.
But.to local theater audi-
ences, "Breaking Legs,"
Riverside Theatre's first
production of 2009, will
mean a comedy that
encompasses theater and
gangster references, as
well as a hefty dose of sub-
lime Italian cuisine.
Directed and cast' by
Allen Cornell, Riverside
Theatre producing artistic
director, "Breaking Legs"
stars soap opera actor Lau-
rence Lau as Terence
O'Keefe, an English profes-
sor and playwright who
needs funding for the pro-
duction of his way-off
Broadway play.
He approaches a former
student who had a crush
on him for a possible
$200,000 investment. But
while Angie Graziano
(played by Catia Ojeda)
maybe a potential investor
angel, her family's wealth
is the result of decidedly
non-cherubic endeavors.
Angie's father Lou
(played by Bob Amaral)
and associates Mike
(Richard Zavaglia) and
Tino (John Lagioia) agree
to finance the play.
O'Keefe's troubles begin
when the overly-zealous
financiers suggest opening
the play on Broadway.
Written by Tom Dulak, a
University of Connecticut
English professor, "Break-
ing Legs" brings together
an ensemble cast from
New York City and Florida,


Photo courtesy of Stephanie LaBella
'Breaking Legs' cast members Laurence Lau and Catia Ojeda. The show opens Jan. 9
at Riverside Theatre.


who not only love the play,
but also Riverside Theatre.
Their combined theatrical,
television and movie cred-
its span more than 40
decades.
"Breaking Legs" opened
in 1992 and ran on Broad-
way, starring Vincent Gar-
denia and Karen Valentine.
The show has been per-
formed nationally and
internationally.
Mr. Zavaglia was previ-
ously cast in "Breaking
Legs" when it played in
California.
"I did it 12 years ago at
the Pasadena Playhouse
and I was directed in it by
Tom Dulak. The show is a
real audience pleaser and I
get to find new things
about it in working with a
whole new cast. It's also a
love story," Mr. Zavaglia
said.
Mr. Lagioia had seen the
show off .Broadway and
subsequently got a
behind-the-scenes tour.
"I love the play and I love
being Tino in the show.
Nobody knows who and
what he does. It's a very


well-written script and it's
funny."
He also noted that River-
side Theatre's excellent
reputation is well-known
among NewYork actors.
"This theater is very-
respected in New York and
actors want to work here.
Everyone here is very
accommodating and con--
sideraie," he said.
A native Texan, Ms.
Ojeda said she had to work
hard to develop Angie's
distinctive New York
accent and mannerisms.
Movie actress Marisa
Tomei's Oscar-winning
depiction as Mona Lisa
Vito in "My Cousin Vinnie"
served as a model.
"She was my inspiration
for this audition because
this role is so not me. I
shamelessly copied her
accent," Ms. Ojeda said
with a laugh.,
John Shuman, who plays
Frankie Salvucci, noted
that he saw the play years 0
ago and eagerly audi-
tioned for Mr. Cornell for a
role.
Mr. Lau has had a' long


and successful career as an
actor on "As the World
Turns," "One Life To Live,"
"Another World" and "All
My Children," as well as
guest starring roles on
primetime TV shows
including "Law and Order,
"Frasier" and "JAG."
Although his acting
roots are primarily in tele-
vision, he especially enjoys
acting in theatrical pro-
ductions and performed in
"Breaking Legs" when it
made its European debut
in Vienna in 2005.
"I had a ball doing this at.
the Vienna English The-
ater. Because the Austrians
speak German but under-
stand English, they take
maybe a half second delay
to laugh while they are
sil-ntTy translating," he
said.
"I'm tickled pink to be
here. This is more fun than
television and after a
decade on soaps working
four'to five days a week, I
was burned out," Mr. Lau
said.. Going back to theater
See THEATER, B2


An entertaining start to the New Year


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
Indian River County res-
idents can be assured that
baby N6w Year will provide
a wide variety of entertain-
ment opportunities close
to home in 2009.
January gets off to a
hilarious theatrical start
locally, with two outstand-
ing comedy productions.
"Perfect Wedding" is a
comedic farce about a
bachelor party gone
wrong when the groom-
to-be awakens the morn-
ing of his wedding to find a


strange woman lying next
to him. The comedy is, set
for Jan. 15-25 at the Vero
Beach Theatre Guild stage
located at 2020 San Juan
Avenue inVero Beach.
Tickets for the nine per-
formances of "Perfect Wed-
ding" are $20 and $18. For
more information, call
(772) 562-8300.
Soap opera star Lau-
rence Lau stars in the
Riverside Theatre produc-
tion of "Breaking Legs"
which runs from Jan. 9 to
Feb. 1 on the theater's
Stark Mainstage.
The comedy combines


elements of show busi-
ness, the restaurant busi-
ness and the gangster
business into a recipe of
fun.
Riverside producing
artistic director Allen Cor-
nell cast and directs the
show which features six
well-seasoned profession-
als.
Riverside Theatre is
located at 3250 Riverside
Park Drive in Vero Beach.
For more information, call
(772) 231-6990.
Art aficionados will
enjoy a beachside "Art in
the Park" exhibit and sale


by the Vero Beach Art Club
set for Sunday, Jan. 11
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Humiston Park located at
3000 Ocean Drive in Vero
Beach. The show and
ocean breezes are free.
For more information,
call (772) 231-0303.
Although Kermit the
Frog is not likely to attend,
thousands of Fellsmere
Frog Leg Festival atten-
dees are expected to show
up for this year's 18th
annual celebration of the
edible amphibian.
See ENTERTAINING, B5


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 01-09-2009
Aries March 21-April 19
Count your blessings. This is a
New Year. The past one has
given both challenges and
blessings. -This year will be
better with the rewards out-
weighing the challenges.
Make an accounting on a reg-
ular basis about how much
good is coming your way and
you will increase the odds of
success and put them in your
favor.

Taurus April 20-May 20
Making wisb decisions based
on your instincts will keep you
focused on the main issues
that need to be addressed.
You are at your best when you
follow your heart not the
head. Stay firm in your basic
beliefs. Others around you
may not always agree, but
they will respect you for your
firm resolve. Just be flexible
when needed.

Gemini May 21-June 21
You are a creative free spirit
Use your powerful gift of com-
municating when life gets
sticky or begins to slow down,
Be sure to make quality time
for yourself each week and
keep your mental batteries
charged. The beginning of the
year is no time to start feeling
burned out. Strong concentra-
tion on your main objectives
will bring positive results.

Cancer June 22-July 22
This will be a good year for
you. You are more relaxed,
your mind is cleat, your heart
is open and your visions are
strong. This balanced life will
help you expand your goals
and help them grow earlier
than usual. It's good to see
you taking better care of your-
self. You are well known for
taking care of everyone else
first. This is a nice change.
Good job.

Leo July 23-Aug.22
You have the power of posi-
tive influence like few others.
Why? Because of your fiery
nature. You get a good idea
'and you put it into action. Two
thousand nine will be a year
of continued action and many
new adventures. Your good
nature and encouragement is
a large part of your success.
It's part of your natural leader-
ship. Enjoy the rewards. There
will be many.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 22
You have done a lot of heal-
ing, changing and growing the
past year. The key to success is
to get a second wind when
See SCOPES, B4


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Theatre
From page B1


enabled him to study acting again and better learn his craft,
he said.
"Breaking Legs" has elements of love, realization of
dreams and even confrontations between mob bosses.
"But, of course, it has a happy ending," said Mr. Amaral.
"It's like the 'Sopranos' without all the viciousness and
brutality," Mr. Lagioia said.
"Breaking Legs" runs Jan. 9 through Feb. 1 on the Stark
main stage at Riverside Theatre. Tickets are $20-$50. For
more information, call the box office at (772) 231-6990 or
visit online atwww.riversidetheatre.com.


Elks to host dinner dance


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN The Sebas-
tian Elks Lodge No. 2714 will
host a semi-formal dinner
dance on Jan. 24.
Jackets and ties are
requested at the event,
which begins with cock-
tails at 5:30 p.m. followed
by dinner at 6:30 p.m.


Dinner will consist of
Caesar salad, prime rib,
baked potato with all the
trimmings, peas and pearl
onions, and cheesecake for
dessert.
Music by the "Dynam-
ics" will follow dinner.
The cost is $18 per per-
son donation for members
and their guests. Proceeds
of will go to the Harry


Anna Trust Fund, which
supports children's thera-
py services and the Florida
Youth Camp for under
privileged children.
Tickets can be pur-
chased at the lodge
lounge.
For more information,
call (772) 539-7049. The
lodge is located at 731 S.
Fleming St., Sebastian.


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art club. For more information,
call (772) 231-0303.
-Theatre-Go-Round Dinner
Theatre re-opened in the Best
Western Hotel for "Nuncrack-
ers, the Nunsense Christmas
Musical." Performances every


Sunday. Includes four-course
dinner and beverage. Seating
is between 4:15 and 5 p.m.;
show begins at 6 p.m. The
complete dinnner package
includes show ticket, dinner,
tax and gratuity for $48.35 per
person. For more information,
call (772) 567-8321, Ext 0.
MONDAY, JAN. 12


Riverside Children's The-
atre in Vero Beach is accepting
enrollments for its winter term
of classes. Classes are taught
at the Agnes Wahlstrom Youth
Playhouse located at 3280
Riverside Park Drive, at the Gif-
ford Youth Activity Center and
at various county elementary
schools. Transportation is
available. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 234-8052.
TUESDAY, JAN. 13
The Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents an art film
studies course featuring new
Middle-Eastern films begin-
ning today at 1:30 and 7 p.m.
and will continue at those
times on Tuesdays for a five-
week series. Films, will be
shown with original sound-
tracks with English subtitles
and feature the diversity of
that ancient region of the
world. Film moderator Warren
Obluck introduces the films
and provides background for
each and then moderates a
discussion at the film's conclu-
sion. Tuition for the five-week
course is $55 and $45 for
museum members. The muse-
um is located at 3001 River-
side Park in Vero Beach. Stu-
dents may register in person at
See OUT, B3


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Director: Clara McCarthy
Waking up in the bridal suite, on the morning of his wedding, after his bachelor
party, Bill finds himself lying next to a woman he doesn't know! His wedding is
only hours away; his best man is knocking on the door, his future bride will arrive
any minute he's go to to sort things out and fast! Add a volatile chambermaid
and things go downhill from here with uninterrupted confusion, coqpedy and mis-
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The Vero Beach Theatre
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and under are half price. The
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Saint Edward's School will
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Gardening festival returning


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VERO BEACH Gar-
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River County, is returning
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plus furniture, pottery,
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There will be youth
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prizes and a variety of
grilled foods.
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advice. For a list of
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The fun gets underway
Thursday, Jan. 15 through
Jan. 18 on the grounds of
the historic schoolhouse in
downtown Fellsmere.
Hometown News is one of
the sponsors of this fun-
filled festival.
For more information,
visit the Web site
www.froglegfestival.com.
Antique lovers will not
want to miss one of Flori-
da's preeminent shows
when the Vero Beach Muse-
um of Art presents its 17th'
annual antique show and
-sale which began with a
patron champagne recep-
tion and preview Jan. 8 and
continues this weekend
through Sunday.
Show entry is $10 per per-
son and may be purchased
at the door. The Vero Beach
Museum of Art is located at
3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach.
For more information,
call (772) 231-0707.


The Emerson 'Center's
Celebrated Speakers Series
gets underway Saturday,
Jan. 17 when Pulitzer Prize-
winning commentator and
writer Thomas Friedman
appears.
He will be followed in
February by Nina Totenbutg
NPR's legal affairs corre-
spondent and Juan
Williams, an award-win-
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vision commentator. Best-
selling author and historian
David McCullough will
speak in March.
Some tickets may be left
for the series at $65. For


more information, call the
Emerson Center at (772)
778-5249. It is located at
1590 27th Ave. in Vero
Beach.
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beginning Wednesday, Jan.
21 at the Vero Beach Muse-
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made on Wednesdays at 3:30
p.m. Call (772) 231-0707,
Ext. 36 for ticket prices and
lecture information.
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Friday, January 9, 2009


Education Foundation gets support for programs


For Hometown News
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The Gloria Estefan Foun-
dation and Blue Cross Blue
Shield of Florida presented a
$25,000 check to the Educa-
tion Foundation of Indian
River County.
The funds will be used to
support the foundation's
five core programs that
serve more than 17,500 stu-
dents and teachers.
Estefan Enterprises and
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Florida partnered to present
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Florida is thrilled to have
partnered with the Gloria
Estefan Foundation on the
recent "concert for charity,"
.said Penny Shaffer, market
president.
The Education Founda-
tion of Indian River County
administers.and funds five
core programs: the school
supply fund, sneaker


exchange program, great
ideas grants program,
regional science and engi-
neering fair and teacher
development and retention
initiatives.
"Knowing that our school
budgets have been severely
affected by the economy, I
felt it, important to raise
awareness and donate nec-
essary funding to assist
however we can. My mother


was a schoolteacher, so I
know first-hand the impor-
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cation play in the lives of our
youths," Ms. Estefan said in
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The Education Founda-
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The foundation infuses
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ly into the educational sys-
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An additional $300,000 in
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Dec. 29
Basketball (boys)
Treasure Coast Holiday
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Dec. 30

Basketball (boys)

Treasure Coast Holiday


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Classic semifinals
Sebastian River
Jensen Beach 45
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Dec. 31

Basketball (boys)

Treasure Coast Holiday
Classic Championship
Timber Creek 73,
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3/1, $34,000
2311 St Lucie,
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1808 Sandhill Crane,
2/2, $84,000
Seagrape lot only,
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S 2400 #818 condo
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3602 Lakeview
105 condo 2/2,
$99,900
INDIAN RIVER
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2/2 $79,900
1381 4th Ave,
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1636 32d Ave,
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321-890-6851
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321-432-1557 $145,000
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New log cabin shell on
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$29,900-$89,900.
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Commercial district. By
owner. $1,100,000.
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ince Prime Building lots
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Porch. Small pet OK.
$700/mo. Sec. deposit
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VERO BEACH triplex
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR INDIAN
'RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No. P2008-0684
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
JOHN C. PAULSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
(Summary
Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are' hereby notified
that an 'Order of
Summary Administration
has been entered in the
estate of John C.
Paulson, deceased, File
Number P2008-0684, by
the Circuit Court for
Indian River County,
Florida, Probate. Division,
the address of which is
2000 16th Avenue, Vero
Beach, Florida 32960 or
P.O. Box 1028, Vero
Beach, Florida 32961;
that the decedent's date
of death was October 3,
2008; that the total value
of the estate is $0 and
that the names and
addresses of those to
whom it has' been
assigned by such order
are:
Richard N. Paulson
841 Gardenia Street
Sebastian, Florida 32958
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate
of the decedent and
persons havihg claims or
demands against the
estate of the decedent
other than those for
whom provision for full
payment was made in the
Order of Summary
Administration must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
ANY OTHER
APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this Notice is January 9,
2009.
Person Giving Notice:
Richard N. Paulson
841 Gardenia Street
Sebastian, Florida 32958
Attorney for Person
Giving Notice:
Marie S. Conforti, Esq.
Attorney
Florida Bar No. 22436
Univest Building
2770 Indian River Blvd,
Suite 310
Vero Beach,
FL 32960-4297
Telephone:
(772) 257-0421
Fax: (772) 569-9303
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