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SEBASTIAN RIVER AREA





Simefown News

Vol 6,No.16 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, January 16, 2009


SEAN
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PageA4


Suspect in lottery
scam caught
in Arizona


A man who reportedly
conned a 7-Eleven employ-
ee in Vero Beach last
November was apprehend-
ed and is being held in the
Broward County jail. He is
reported to have committed
about 100 similar crimes in
Florida.
According to a report
from the Indian River Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office, Derrick
Lamar Lewis, 31, imperson-
ated a Florida Lotto repre-
sentative at the 7-Eleven on
8801 20th St., Indian River
County on Nov. 8.
Mr. Lewis forged a note to
the store clerk from the
store manager to back up
his claim that he was to pick
up all of the $20 and $30
scratch lottery tickets, the
report said.
The clerk believed his
claim and gave him the tick-
ets, which were worth
approximately $1,800.
During questioning, Mr.
Lewis speculated that he
had stolen approximately'
$300,000 since July in simi-
lar crimes, the report said.
Eighteen law enforce-
ment agencies have charges
pending against Mr. Lewis,
the report said.

Party at the pool
The Gifford Aquatic Cen-
ter will host'a party for mid-
dle-school students on Jan.
30 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Tickets to the event can
be purchased in advance for
$2 per person at the Aquatic
Center until Jan. 28.
The cost will be $3 per
ticket at.'the door.
A school identification
card or a school schedule
will be required upon
admittance.
For more information, call
(772) 770-5312.


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Classified
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Obituaries
Out & About


Police Report
Sports
Star Scopes
Viewpoint


New Year begins for


elected county officials


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY Lots of new things
come with the beginning
of a year: new calendars,
new goals, and in the case
of Indian River County, a
new sheriff and tax collec-
tor.
Sheriff Deryl Loar, who
was elected in November
with well over 60 percent
of the vote, was sworn
into office on Jan. 6 by
county Judge Joe Wild.
Sheriff Loar succeeds
Roy. Raymond, who is
retiring after serving


eight years as county
sheriff.
The new sheriff has
more than 18 years of
experience as a member
of the Florida Highway
Patrol and has held mul-
tiple leadership posi-
tions within the agency.
One of his first orders
of business was to
appoint a second-in-
command to his team,
new Under Sheriff, Tim
Elder.
"Mr. Elder brings exten-
sive knowledge, training
and over 38 years of law
enforcement experience
to the Sheriff's Office and


the citizens of Indian River
County," Sheriff Loar said
in a press release.
The new under sheriff
will bring "the work ethic
that will enhance the
overall operation of the
Sheriff's Office," said the
sheriff.
Tax collector Carole
Jean Jordan was not
elected to her new posi-
tion, but was appointed
by the local Republican
executive committee,
after the August primary
election winner, former
Rep. Stan Mayfield, died
in September after strug-
See COUNTY, A9.


Setting sail


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Indian River ModelSailing Club member Bill Houghton, of Sebastian, adjusts the
sails on his Soling class sailboat during the Ninth Annual Frostbite Regatta at Kiwa-
nis/Hobart Park last Satrday. See story, A3.


By John MacDonald
Macdonald@hometownnewsol.com
Throughout his distin-
guished baseball career,
mostly wth the Dodgers,
Tommy Lasorda has been
regarded as a living leg-
end.
Now he'll have the hard-
ware to prove it.
On Jan. 19,- the Senior
Resource Association will
honor the Dodgers great
with its inaugural Living
Legend award for his 59
years of service to Indian
River County.
"The Living Legend
Award will be given each
year to a senior who has
enhanced the quality of life
of our Indian River County
community, particularly for
their inspiration to seniors,"
said Karen Deigl, CEO and
President of the Senior
Resource Association.
"Tommy is such a legend in
our town. He changed our
history.
"We want to thank him
for touching the lives of
countless Vero Beach resi-
dents and celebrate an era
that will never be forgot-


ten."
After a
st elI ar
pitching
career in the
m i n o r
leagues,
Lasorda
broke in
with the
then-Brook-
lyn Dodgers T. Lasorda
in 1954 and
was part of the team's only
World Series championship
a year later.
The Pennsylvania native
later became a scout with
the team in Los Angeles and
had his first managerial
stint in 1966. Lasorda
moved up the ranks of the
Dodger organization, win-
ning several championships
along the way.
In 1973, he made it to the
major leagues, joining Wal-
ter Alston's staff as third-
base coach. When Alston
retired, Lasorda became Los
Angeles' skipper on Sept.
29, 1976.
He was an instant suc-
cess, taking the Dodgers to'
the World Series in his first
See LASORDA, A2


Top New Year's


resolution: Slim


down in '09


By Samantha Joseph
Joseph@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The phones are con-
stantly ringing at a local
weight loss center.
The New Year and the
popular trend of setting
resolutions to shed pounds
have brought a flood of
business for Before and
After Weight Loss Clinics,
staff members say.
Indian River County resi-
dents have flocked to the
center in recent weeks,
driving up business 24 per-
cent, administrators say.
"About the last week in
January is when it starts
exploding. People come in
and are ready to change
their lives," said Lee
McCaskill, the clinic's
director. "A lot of times,
when they sit down, they
start crying. They're that


desperate."
And they're not alone, as
millions of Americans have
made weight loss a. top
goal for 2009, according to
the U.S. General Services
Administration.
In Indian River County
and the rest of the Treasure
Coast, January brings
focused dieting.
Nationwide, weight loss
is repeatedly the No. 1 New
Year's resolution, beating
out financial and other
goals.
Other top priorities
include managing debt,
saving money, quitting
smoking, switching jobs
for higher pay, reducing
stress at work, drinking
less alcohol, taking a vaca-
tion and volunteering,
according to the GSA.
Visitors to Vero Beach's
branch of the Before and
See RESOLUTION, A2


Fellsmere route may be added to scenic highway


By Jessica Tuggle toward Fellsmere. From
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com Fellsmere, tourists would travel
along Babcock Street, then go
FELLSMERE The Indian east onto Micco Road and back
River Lagoon Scenic Highway out to U.S. 1.
Coalition is working hard to add Fellsmere city manager Jason
Fellsmere to its scenic highway Nunemaker also had positive
program., words to share about the project
Beth Mitchell, executive direc- at a public workshop held on
tor of the Sebastian River Area Jan. 6.
Chamber of Commerce, is excit- "This is more about recogni-
ed about the possibilities of tion to enhance the area and
adding the loop. point out historical aspects and
"We have a jewel in our area. natural aspects," said Mr. Nune-
It's truly a scenic area," said Ms. maker.
Mitchell. Some of benefits of having an
The proposed Fellsmere exten- area in the city as part of the sce-
sion of the scenic highway would nic highway program includes
begin at the intersection of Rose- the potential to qualify for grant
land Road and U.S. 1, and con-
tinue onto County Road 512 See SCENIC, A9


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Resolution
From page Al1
After Weight Loss Clinics pri-
marily want to get healthy and
improve self-esteem, staff
said.
And they're willing to pay.
Prices range from $99 to
$599, based on the number of
pounds each client needs to
shed, with the average cost
around $325. The fee covers
the time it takes to lose the
weight, plus six weeks of stabi-
lization and a year of mainte-
nance.
"This year, even despite the
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contend repeatedly with Jenny
Craig, Special K, NutriSystem
and other programs daily. And
online, a Google search
returns more than 1.3 million
results for Web sites offering
help to meet weight-loss reso-
lutions in 2009. .
On the Treasure Coast, even
local hospitals have joined the
effort.
Martin Memorial Health
Systems, for instance,
announced a 12-week weight-
management program
designed to educate and pro-
vide a resource for local
dieters.
"It's the time of. year when
many people resolve to change
their bad habits and improve
their health," spokesman Scott
Sample said in a Dec. 31 state-
ment.
"...Participants will be chal-
lenged to learn healthier eat-
ing habits and increase their
physical activity. They will also
develop and implement skills
to overcome the daily chal-
lenges of selecting nutritious
foods and making time to
exercise."
Getting community support
for the effort has become
increasingly popular. Home-
town News employees have
joined the growing the trend.
The company launched a
10-week "New Year, New You"
program, a friendly interoffice
contest to encourage team-
based weight loss.
But for many dieters, the
zeal for their New Year's reso-
lution fizzles by-. March,
acknowledges the GSA.
And that's when the hard
work really begins, experts
warn.
"The bottom line with any-
body, no matter how good
your resolution is, is that.
nothing happens unless you're
ready," said Ms. McCaskill, c6-
author of the national best-
seller, "Wake Up and Live the
Life You Love."


Lasorda
From page Al
two seasons. Los Angeles won the title in
1981 and again in 1988 before Lasorda
retired in the middle of the 1996 season
after suffering a heart attack. He was
inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame the
following year.
Lasorda remained with. the team in vari-
ous capacities, first as Vice-President and
later as interim General Manager in mid-
1998. After that season, Lasorda resigned
the post and became Senior Vice-President.
Lasorda currently holds the title of Special
Advisor to the Chairman, but it was his brief
return as Dodgers' skipper last spring that
provided the most notoriety in recent years.
After the Dodgers were chosen to play a
series of exhibition games in China, Lasorda
came out of retirement to manage the play-
ers that were left behind while Joe Torre
took the rest of the team overseas.
It was a bittersweet time for Lasorda,
knowing the Dodgers were playing their last
games at Holman Stadium before moving to
Arizona. The finale a 12-10 loss to the
Houston Astros brought 7,327 fans to the
ballpark in possibly the last spring training
game on the fabled grounds.
. Lasorda's final trip off the field was
through a tunnel of bats erected by his play-
ers, bringing the manager close to tears for
most of his postgame press conference.
"I can't find the words to describe what
this has meant to me," Lasorda had said.
"How those players reacted and showed me
that they cared. You don't see that too often.
"I am a very, very happy 80-year-old man.
It's something I'll never forget.
"It's been great going through the
decades here."
The Living Legend event takes place at
the Quail Valley River Club on 2345 State
Road A1A. A cocktail reception and silent
auction from 6 to 7 p.m. will be immedi-
ately followed by dinner and the award
presentation.
The cost is $150 and all proceeds will
benefit the Senior Resource Association,
formerly the Indian River County Council
on Aging. The organization provides edu-
cation, activities and services for seniors
such as Meals on Wheels.
For more information, contact Deigl at
(772) 569-0760.


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Model Sailing
Club held its
Ninth Annual
Frostbite Regatta
last Saturday at
Kiwanis/Hobart
Park. Sailors from
as far away as
Sebring joined
nearly two dozen
others for the
Soling Class race.
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Hunt, adjusts her
sail before the
fifth race.




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By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN Sailing is
in Mike Hooper's blood.
Originally from Bermuda,
Mr. Hooper was "practically
born on a boat," and loves
participating in the water
sport.
"That's how I first came
to the states. I sailed here,"
said Mr. Hooper.
Now, in addition to
sailing a full-size boat, Mr.
Hooper races miniature
sailboats with the Indian
River Model Sailing Club in
Vero Beach.
Eighteen radio-con-
trolled sailboats, including
Mr. Hooper's dainty vessel
with a light blue sail, glided
on the water at Hobart
Park, dipping and swaying
Sto the wind during the
ninth annual Frostbite
Regatta on Jan. 10.
Five prizes were awarded
at the end of the day: Mike
Hooper of Sebastian won
first place, Jim Childs of


Sebring was second, John
Tiano of Palm City won
third place, John Egizi of
Sebring won fourth place
and Robert Greer of Lake
Park took fifth place.
Sailing enthusiasts from
Highlands, Brevard, St.
Lucie, Palm Beach and
-Indian River counties came
to compete in the races.
Attendance was up this
year from the previous year,
said club president or
commodore, Bernie Ceilley.
"We had 14 people sign
up last year and 20 sign up
this year and we had 18
people actually show up, .so
that's really very good," said
Mr. Ceilley.
The club is a recognized
member of the American
Model Yachting Associa-
tion, which has more than
260 clubs in the United
States and Canada.
There are many different
kinds of model sailboats,
but the IRMSC's most
popular sailboat is the
Soling One Meter, a scale


replica of the Soling racing
yacht, said Peter Dube', vice
commodore.
"The thing about racing
this class of boat is that
they all have to weigh
exactly the same, 10
pounds, and are built the
same way, with one design,
just like any model," said
Mr. Dube'.
"The person that wins
the race then, is not he one
that spent the most time
on his boat, but it's the
best skipper," he said.
"It's a great sport
because everyone here has
so much fun and they're
using tactics and strategies
and they're playing with
little boats," said Mr. Dube'
with a smile.
Bob Platt of Vero Beach
was a professional yacht
captain for more than 25
years and now races the
One Meters as a hobby.
"After my sailboat got
destroyed in Hurricane
Jeanne, I needed some-
thing to do," said Mr. Platt,


aVero Beach resident.
"Building and racing
remote-control sailboats
are fairly inexpensive, once
the initial cost is over. You
don't have to buy fuel and,
if you buy rechargeable
batteries, you're good to
go," he said.
Though locally it is a
sport dominated by men,
Caryl Hunt of Sebastian
doesn't let that intimidate
her or stop her from
racing.
"I've been sailing boats
since'I was 8 years old,"
said Ms, Hunt.
Ms. Hunt built her own
boat, Winter Ballet, and
loves to race on the water.
The initial cost of a
Soling One Meter boat can
range in price from $150 to
$500, said Clay Row of
Wabasso, who builds and
custom hand-paints
sailboats as a hobby.
"The Parks and Recre-
ation Department have
been so good to us and let
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Take care of your health

After the terrible and unfortunate death of John Travolta's
son, I hope more citizens are aware of the effects' of seizures
and unnoticed brain ailments.
A seizure should never be taken lightly or dismissed as a
freak event. There are many causes for them, some that can
be dismissed and some that need urgent treatment.
Children should be taken to a doctor if they complain of
headaches or dizziness. It may be from an ear infection or
something like that, or it could be something a lot worse.
Adults should also pay attention. Don't dismiss aches and
pains, headaches, or even seizures as something that is nor-
mal. They are warning sign of impending illness. Please take
care of yourself.

What happened to the birds and bees?

Hasn't anyone noticed the complete lack of wildlife on
the Treasure Coast? When I moved here 30 years ago, there
were birds singing all day, bees buzzing around, lots of
horseflies and many other animals.
Maybe they have gone due to the incessant spraying for
mosquitoes.

Beware the inauguration

With the presidential inauguration quickly approaching, I
hope the citizens of the United States are ready for all of the
idiots who are going to think this gives them some sort of
God-given right to act like clowns.
If law enforcement isn't on guard, there will be anarchy.

Building Mount Trashmore

When, if ever, will recycling containers be available in city
and county parks and along city and county streets? Or is
the plan to continue building Mount Trashmore on prime
agricultural land filled with bottles and cans?




Do your own


genealogy research


My grandchildren
think I'm as old as
dirt.
My-13-year-old grandson,
Tyler, is continually asking
me about what I did and
had, at his age. How did I
listen to music in a car? A
radio? Is that all? Where
were the tapes, CD's, iPods?
How did we record?
I've been doing a lot of
genealogy lately and started
applying his thinking to my
experiences and knowledge.
Technology has come a
long way since I started this
quest in the early 1970s. I
was lucky that I lived in
Orlando, which had a large
public library and wonder-
ful genealogy department. I
had microfilm and a hand-
cranked reader. The readers
were in short supply, so I
would get my children off to
school, and be there when
the library opened at 9 a.m.
in order to get one. If I left it
unattended I would lose my'
turn, so I sat there all day,
turning that crank, page by
page, until it was time to
retrieve the children from
school.


I traced my family
through census records,
state by state, county to
county, page by page, with
no indexes.
In chasing lost relatives
the last couple-of weeks, I
am appreciating that old
school of research that most
of you don't seem to under-
stand. Your people are
there, you just don't know, or
want to go to the time and
trouble of finding them.
Forget those fancy comput-
er-generated indexes, when
you are in a tough spot.
They are wonderful, and a
great help, but are often
wrong!
Sometimes you just have
to get down and dirty arnd
actually do the work for
yourself.
Please don't take those
indexes at face value. Just
See GENEALOGY, A8


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Using a signature file for your e-mail


If you use e-mail, you
may have noticed that
messages that you
receive from some people
always end with the same
thing.
At a glance, it may seem
as though every time they
send an e-mail they end
their message by typing
the same little ending
every time.
This is not necessarily
the case. E-mail programs
allow what is called a
"signature (sig) file" to be
automatically attached,
every time an e-mail
message is typed.
People started using
these "sig files" because of
rspam. Spam is the annoy-
ing form of advertising
that uses e-mail to send a
message to thousands,
even millions of e-mail
addresses simultaneously.
The reason it's annoying
is, usually the message is
unwanted and tends to
clog the Internet by using
up precious bandwidth.
Often, a person will
access his or her e-mail
only to find several
useless messages ranging
from get-rich-quick
schemes to online porn
ads..
Since "spamming"- is so
frowned-upon within the


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online-community (and
the practice can do a lot
to ruin a business' credi-
bility), many people
started to use the signa-
ture file as a reasonable,
accepted alternative to
get their message out.
The sig file is an unob-
trusive way to send the
information that's on
your business card in
every e-mail you send,
without the worry that it
will be considered spam.
And, since it is automati-
cally included with every
message you send, it's not
necessary to type in the
same information over
and over.
,"But I thought sending
an unsolicited advertise-
ment in e-mail is spam.
Wouldn't that mean that
people who use these sig
files are spammers?"
No, using a sig file is a
generally acceptable way
to include your advertis-
ing or contact informa-
tion, provided that the
content of the mail you
are sending is relevant to


the recipients. If you send
only your sig file to 20 or
more unsuspecting
recipients, however, this
would cross the line and
would be viewed as
"spamming."
Newsgroups (message
boards) are another area
where a signature file can
work wonders.
Again, as long as the
message you post to the
group is relevant, your sig
file will go along for the
ride. Now everyone who
reads your message
(could be millions,
depending on the board)
will also see your sig file
and most people will not
be upset about that .
provided the message you
posted was relevant to the
discussion.
Creating a signature file
is easy and can be done
with most e-mail pro-
grams. There is a window
where you can type your
signature directly and
then save it for use in -
your e-mail. A good sig
file is usually only a
couple lines long and gets
straight to the point.
Typically, the same text
that would usually go on a
real business card can be
used. For security rea-
sons, however, you


shouldn't put personal
information in your
signature file, so think
carefully before including
your home address or
phone number.
If your e-mail program
doesn't offer a way to
create a signature file
directly, there are still
ways to set one up.
Once you have decided
what message you want in
your signature, you
simply type it up with a
text editor such as
Notepad. Once the
message lopks just right,
save it on your hard drive
(typically in the same
folder that your mail is
'storedin) as "sig.txt."
Once your sig file has
been created and saved,
go into your e-mail
program's preferences
and, under "signature,"
direct your e-mail pro-
gram to your newly
created sig file.
Now, every timeyou
send a message, presto!
Your signature is auto-
matically included at the
end of every message.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


Finding courage to move on


I don't know if I have the
courage to write this
column. If I do, it may
help someone else coping
with grief and depression
and that's why I'm going
to try.
When I last wrote about
getting through the
holidays alone, I was the
"Energizer Bunny," trying
to keep so busy that I
wouldn't cry and no one
would suspect that I was
hurting. I had been the
best sexual assault victim,
the best-breast cancer
patient, the best lupus
patient and the best
caregiver. Now I'd be the
best widow.
I thought I was doing
well, not understanding
that it wasn't a contest
and that I had nothing to
prove. I forgot that grief
isn't linear, where you feel
better every day. Some
days are good and some
days'are bad.
The third-month
anniversary of Roy's death
plunged me into grief as
excruciating as the grief I
felt when he died. I was
not prepared for it. I
thought I was "over" that
stage. I didn't understand
that grief is not the flu


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and you don't feel better
every day. Grief is a
process, a long process,
and you cannot short-
circuit it by strength of
will. I know. I tried.
* I was terribly afraid that
the pain would not get
better. I was afraid that
the holidays would be too
hard. I was overwhelmed
with paperwork, not just
from the U.S., but from
Britain, where Roy was
from. If you think dealing
with one government is
tough, you should try two!
Finally I just felt I
couldn't cope. I'm still too
embarrassed to discuss
what happened, even
though I shouldn't be, but
I ended up in the hospital
for three days. There I did
something I wish I'd been
doing all along. I grieved.
Because I had bottled it
up inside, I cried almost
nonstop.
As I started to feel
better, I began to listen to
what people were telling


me, instead of listening to
the inner voice that said I
hadn't done enough for
Roy, that I was weak and a
"loser." I began to listen
to people who said how
much they admired the
five years of love and care
I'd given my husband,
especially in the last year
of his life, as things got
more difficult and even
frightening.
I devoted myself to Roy
at the expense of my
physical health and
emotional well-being. I
did it because of my love
for him and I'd gladly do
it again. Now I've learned
to be proud of what I
accomplished, keeping
him at home with me. I've
also learned that I must
slow down, grieve and
take better care of myself
and stop putting so much
pressure on myself to do
better. *
None of it is going to be
easy. It will take as much
courage to move on as it
did to care for Roy. It will
mean understanding that
he is gone, at least physi-
cally, but that he can live
inside me, in the memo-
ries I have. It means
understanding that a new
phase of my life has


begun. I don't know what
path it willtake, but I will
just stay in the moment
and not anticipate the
future.
I hope that what I've
written helps someone
else who is struggling
with a loss or is too
embarrassed to ask for
help with depression or
grief. Courage is not the
absence of fear, it's being
afraid, and then doing
something about the fear.
I recently found a torn
clipping with an old
prayer from a former
slave-turned-preacher.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
used it in a speech before
the Hawaiian Legislature
in 1959. It says what I feel.
"Lord, we ain't what we
want to be; we ain't what
we ought to be; we ain't
what we gonna be; but
thank God, we ain't what
we was."
That's how I feel right
now.

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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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
Bradford C. Courson, 24,
446 Marlin Circle, Barefoot
Bay, was charged with fleeing
or attempting to elude a law
enforcement officer and a
misdemeanor charge of driv-
ing while license suspended
with knowledge.

Fellsmere Police
Department
Mary Dolores Alcala, 34,
2572 Stephen Drive, N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged with
being a fugitive from justice.

Indian River County
Sheriff's Office
CraigV Taylor, 24, 3000 49th
St., Vero Beach, was charged
with carrying a. concealed
weapon and possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon.
Jermaine Martimer, 25,4725
40th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated bat-
tery with a deadly weapon.
Johnny Lee "Johnny. Five"
Marshall, 19, 975 Eighth Court
S.W., Vero Beach, was charged
with burglary
Mathew Albert Laderwager,
49, 9621 Beach Blvd., Panama
City Beach, was charged with
nine counts of possession of
child pornography;'
Olivia Monique Brown, 20,
4285 48th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with fleeing, attempt to
elude.
Brett Michaels Frost, 34, 565
Futch Way, Sebastian, was
charged with robbery by sud-
den snatching and aggravated
battery on a law enforcement
officer.
Elvis J. Whitfield, 51, 3649
44th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with robbery by sud-
den snatching.


Janice Simmons, 30, 3981
46th Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of pro-
bation. She was on probation
for possession of cocaine,
cannabis and use or possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Jozell Williams, 25, 12915
100th Lane, Vero Beach, was
charged with sale and posses-
sion of cocaine.
Steven Rudolph Kliemisch
Jr., 18, 12955 91st St., Vero
Beach, was charged with dis-
charging a firearm from vehicle.
Claudia Patricia Bemal
Corredor, 33, 2220 N. Cypress
Bend Drive, Pompano Beach,
was charged with racketeering.
Sharon E. McKinney, 43,
4209 36th Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
and sale of cocaine.
Janet Rene Cleare, 45, 4043
46th* St., Vero Beach, was
charged with being a habitual
traffic offender.
Brittany Rochelle Whitley,
21, 1435 32nd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
driving under the influence,
impairment with serious
bodily injury and damage to
property or person, and a
misdemeanor charge of
driving while license sus-
pended.
Tobias Demetrus Faison,
18, 3986 Lincoln Drive, Vero
Beach, was charged with tam-
pering with a witness and
criminal mischief.
Alfredo Perez, 38, 1555
14th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with felony battery
with prior conviction.
Roxie Faye Cross, 67, 4875
34th Ave., 32966, was charged
with retail theft. .
Heriberto Jimenez, 22, 611
21st St. Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
aggravated assault domestic
violence, giving a false name
while lawfully detained and a
misdemeanor charge of bat-
tery domestic violence.
Theodore Pulliam, 54, 8665
63rd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
assault and misdemeanor
charges of criminal mischief
and burglary of a dwelling.
Gregory Alan Miller, 49,


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4186 45th Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with lewd or las-
civious molestation.
Gerald Michael Hart, 18,
6525 85th St., Wabasso, was
charged with two counts of
third-degree grand theft.
Joseph M. Thomas, 45,2549
Indian River Blvd., No. 5, Vero
Beach, was charged with stalk-
ing a minor.
David D. Zentz, 39, 524 N.
Franklin St., Mentone, Ind., was
charged with failure to appear
in court on charges of driving
while license suspended habit-
ual offender..
Ryan Smith, 28, 7736 101st
St., Vero Beach, was charged
with resisting an officer with
violence and misdemeanor
charges of domestic violence
battery and battery on a police
dog.
Leon C. Rose, 18, 4775 38th
Circle, Apt. 103, Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
of cocaine and marijuana
with intent to sell and dis-
charging a firearm in public.
Gary Jan Anderson, 27,
4795 30th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charge with possession of
a firearm by a convicted felon,
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell and misde-
meanor charges of discharg-
ing a firearm in public, pos-
session of marijuana,
possession of marijuana- With
intent to sell and resisting an
officer without violence.
Brian H. Bill, 46, 425 Lloyd
St., Sebastian, was charged
with domestic violence aggra-
vated battery and resisting an


officer without violence.
Ashley Maria Biasetti, 23,
5278 Eluthra Circle, Vero
Beach, was charged with two
counts of possession of a con-
trolled substance and misde-
meanor charges of possession
of cannabis and drug para-
phernalia
Jamard William Lee, 21,
8415 59th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with failure to
appear in court on charges of
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
Henry Grady White, 83,
446 34th Court Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged with-
attempted first-degree mur-
der with a firearm.
Patricia A. Woods, 74, 810
41st Court, Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
assault with deadly weapon.
Craig Andrew Duncan, 23,
374 Bay Front Terrace, Sebast-
ian, was charged with viola-
tion of probation.
Paul Reid Baird, 54, 400
18th St., K2, Vero Beach, was
charged with fleeing or elud-
ing a law enforcement officer
with lights arid sirens and a
misdemeanor charge of reck-
less driving.
Jonathan Devon Clark
Baker Jr., 23, 4655 32nd Ave.,
Verb Beach, was charged
with violation of probation,
resisting an officer with vio-
lence, battery on a law
enforcement officer, two
counts of driving while
license suspended, habitual,
offender and fleeing or
eluding.


Water aerobics


offered to residents


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY The Indian River
C unty Recreatiqn
Department is starting a
new water aerobics class at
the Gifford Aquatic Center.
The class will be held on
Wednesday and Friday
from 2-3 p.m. Cost is $4
per class or $28 for eight
classes, which gives partic-
ipants one free class.


Water aerobics is an
exercise class in the pool.
The class is designed to
strengthen and firm mus-
cles, improve cardio-respi-
ratory function and
increase flexibility.
Benefits include better
balance and coordination,
greater agility and more
energy. Exercising in the
water results in less strain
on the bones and joints.
For more information,
call (772) 770-5312.


Charity open


house weekend


approaching


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN The pub-
lic is invited to attend an
open house weekend of
events on Feb. 6-8, hosted
by the Sebastian Elks Lodge
No. 2714.
The.goal is to let the com-
munity know what the Elks
organization is about, and
raise funds for the Florida
Elks mobile children's ther-'
apy services.
On Feb. 6, from 6- 7:30
p.m., attendees will have
the opportunity to be intro-
duced to the Elks organiza-
tion by meeting members,
browsing information
tables and watching videos.
There will be complimen-
tary hors d'oeuvres, music
by Little Debbie and a cash
bar in the lounge.
On Feb. 7, at 5:30 p.m,, a
rock & roll dinner dance
will begin with cocktails
(cash bar) followed by a
roast beef dinner with
salad, dessert and coffee at


6 p.m.
Donations for this event
will be $12 per person.,
Music will be provided by
Remember When.
On Feb. 8, from noon to 4
p.m., there will be a Rene-
gade Cruisers car show.
Trophies will be awarded
for favorite cars.
There will be *a craft
show and picnic, complete
with hot dogs, hamburg-
ers, baked beans and
coleslaw.
There will be a cash bar
inside and beer, wine and
soda outside, and 50s, 60s
and 70s music by Jimmy D
& Millie. A donation of $5
per person is requested.
To enter a car in -the
competition for awards,
contact the Renegades at
(772) 913-1884. There is an
entry fee of $15 per car.
The driver will get to eat
for free.
For more information
call (772) 388-11'38. The
Elks lodge is located at 731
S. Fleming St., Sebastian.


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Geneology
From page A4


because they aren't listed,
doesn't mean they aren't
there, you have to go look
for them. What looks like the
exact person you are looking
for on the index probably
isn't. Go to the actual page;,
Old & Rare and look at each person in
_Oli the household. Then find
this person on the census
Gold & Silver before and after, and every
census they are on for their
Paper Money entire life. Document the
Unique entire family, age, birth-
place, etc. year by year.
Treasures This is called "doing your
census work." This should
be done for every family in
your database. Time-
consuming? You bet it is!
Butyourworkwillbe
documented (remember to
add your sources as you go)
and will be much more
accurate, and maybe
completely different, than
all those you are so inclined
to just copy from someone
else's research.
When you start docu-
menting these families
yourself, and actually
looking them up and
checking the facts on your
own, you will be amazed at
ow wrong your Internet


copying has been. I've found
grandparents, aunts and
uncles listed in families of
complete strangers, by
someone who had just stuck
them where it looked like
maybe they should go.
The fact is, one person
does poor research, or just
gets a few names or facts
wrong, and that throws the
whole family genealogy into
turmoil. Then they throw
the whole thing onto the
Internet. The next person
comes along and finds their
ancestor listed, with the
whole genealogy already
done; Wow! It's so.easy to
just copy it and add it to
your own database. I am
even guilty of it myself, and I
know better. Dozens of
people do this, so when you
type in "Daniel J. Monahan,
b 1849," 50 family trees show
up, all with the exact
information. It must be true
if so many people have it,
correct? These are great
clues, but just use them as
that.
Have you ever considered
that the whole family tree
you just found could be the
figment of someone's
imagination, and just put on
as a prank? I could do this
myself very easily and it
would be copied by every-
one who foundit and be


taken as fact. Scary, isn't it?
All that "stuff" you have
copied may be wrong.
This is why professional
genealogists preach docu-
ment, document, document
and always cite-your
sources! If you will notice,
most Internet family trees
have no sources, many have
no person to contact, and if
they do, the contact person
has no useful information.
They will tell you they just
copied it from someone else.
In genealogical research,
the rule of thumb is that you
need three sources that
agree before the fact is
proven. That is often tough
to do, and at times impossi-
ble, but it will stand the test
of time when accomplished.
The saying goes, "garbage,
in, garbage out," and "if you
want something done right,
do it yourself." These are
especially true in genealogy.
If anyone else does
research for you, always
check it against the family
facts you know for sure.
And that, my friend, is not
a sure thing either, as you
will learn in my next col-
umn. It seems you can never
know anything for sure.
I'll be speaking at the
Treasure Coast Genealogical
Society meeting on Jan. 20 on


connecting the dots:
researching lateral lines,
friends and neighbors to
solve your dead ends.
Contact:
BrendaKSmith@prodigy.net
The Treasure Coast
Genealogical Society meets
every third Tuesday at the
Fort Pierce Main Library on
Melody Lane, from 1:30-3:30
p.m. Volunteers are at the
library every Tuesday from 9
a.m.-3 p.m. to help with
research.
Indian River Genealogi-
cal Society is giving classes
on beginning your
research. Classes are
Thursdays, Jan.22 and Jan.
29 and Feb. 5, 12.and 19,
and they will meet in the
large meeting room of the
Indian River County Main
Library in Vero Beach. Each
class will start at 9:30 a.m.
and end at noon. The class
is limited to 50 people and
fills up fast. Call the library
for space availability.
For questions and infor-
mation, e-mail
pcooper@irclibrary.org or
call (772) 770-5060, Ext. 5.
Download a copy of the
registration at
http: / /www.irgs.org and
click on education. Charge
for the six-week class is $35,
which includes handouts


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funding, greater potential
for tourist traffic to view
natural areas and com-
munity recognition, said
Mr. Nunemaker.
Highlights of the pro-
posed extension include
the Saint Sebastian River
Preserve State Park and a
scrub jay sanctuary.
"The meeting went very
well," Mr. Nunemaker
said in a separate e-mail
interview. "The meeting
participants were very
enthusiastic," he added.
Among those who
attended the meeting
were Mayor Susan Adams
and other members of the
city council.
The IRLSH program was
established in 1996 with
the mission to preserve,
protect and promote the
value of the natural
resources of the area.
"It's a totally grassroots
and volunteer effort," said
Garry Balogh, Florida
Department of Trans-
portation scenic highway
coordinator.
"It was designed to
showcase outstanding
intrinsic value of an area,"
said Mr. Balogh.
"We look for at least one
of six intrinsic resources
before an area can qualify
to be a scenic highway;
historical, cultural,
archaeological, natural,
scenic and recreational,
and Fellsmere has that
natural resource,"
The IRLSH is more than
150 miles long and
stretches from Cape
Canaveral to Wabasso.
The process to be
accepted into the pro-
gram can often take two
to fours years to com-
plete, but with the help of
consultants, the coalition
is moving "on a fast track,"
Mr. Balogh said.


A background assess-
ment and field inventory
process of the natural
region and roadways is
currently being conduct-
ed, he said.
The assessment will
look at any potential safe-
ty issues along the chosen
roadways and seek out
points of interest for trav-
elers, among other things,
the FDOT representative
said.
Areas along the route
that could benefit from a
trail or a kiosk have the
potential' to be funded
through state, grant
money, he said.
If everything goes
smoothly, the official des-
ignation could be made as
early as May, said Mr.
Balogh.
Though interest wvas
high in the meeting, com-
munity member did voice
some. concerns, Mr.
Nunemaker said.
"(They) had many
shared concerns related
to preserving the 'old
Florida' character of the
route and highlighting its
significance with aesthet-
ically- appropriate sig-
nage," Mr. Nunemaker
wrote.
"We will definitely have
signs in the corridor.
There are 49 in Brevard
(county) and they would
be very similar to those,"
said Mr. Balogh.
"We don't want our
byway travelers getting
lost, either," he said.


Sailboats
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us keep coming here to
race," Ms. Hunt said.
"And the club is open to
anybody that wants to sail,
you don't need to have
previous sailing experi-
ence," she added.
The IRMSC meets at
Hobart Park on Sundays,
Tuesdays and Fridays at 1


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gling with cancer.
She succeeds Charles
Sembler, who held the post
for eight years.
Ms. Jordan was unavail-
able for comment at press


p.m., to sail their Soling
One Meter boats. A newer,
smaller class of boat,
called a Footy, is raced on
Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m.
For more information
about the Indian River
Model Sailing Club,
contact club Commodore
Bernie Ceilley at (772) 778-
2654, or visit
www.groups.yahoo.com/gr
oup/IRMSC.


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Kay Clem, supervisor of
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of the court and David
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were also sworn in during
the county commission
meeting.
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Adult ed offering



career programs


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Adult and Community
Education offers a variety of
,career programs. Students
can choose from several
different career-oriented
programs. -
An Italian class and a.
conversational Spanish class
* begin in late January The
Italian class will start Jan. 26
and run to March 9. Students
will attend class from,1-3
p.m. on Mondays.
The Spanish class will
begin on Jan. 27 through
March 10. Students will
attend class from 3-5 p.m. on
Tuesday and Thursdays.


Students enrolled in the
culinary program will attend
class on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings from
4:30-9 p.m. and alternate
Saturdays from 8 a.m.-4:30
p.m. Class begins Feb 10, and
successful students will leave
with the skills and certificates
needed to work in the food
industry.
A variety of personal
enrichment classes will be
offered this February that
include: art workshop
(acrylic), ballroom dancing,
cooking (healthy eating),
CPR, crochet, first aid,
drawing (colored pencils),
fused glass stained glass and
many others.
Visit the office or Web site


to register. Consult a full
course schedule for times,
dates, and course fees. The
course schedule is available
at the office, area libraries
and on the Web at www.indi-
anriverschools.org
river.kl2.fl.us
/exchweb/bin/redir.asp
Gift certificates are
available. Adult Education is
located at 1426 19th St.,
downtown Vero Beach. It
offers.English Speakers of
Other Languages and GED
preparation classes free of
charge to any community
member who would like to
attend.
For more information, call
(772) 564-4970.


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Beginning in January,
Visiting Nurses Associa-
tion Hospice of Indian
River County will offer two


new bereavement support
groups in Vero Beach and
Sebastian.
The new Vero Beach
support group will meet
on the second Wednesday
of each month at Harbor
Chase, 4150. Indian River


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Friday, January 23rd, 2009 @ 3:00PM
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The new Sebastian
support group will meet
on the first and fourth
Tuesday of each month at
Crossroads Christian
Fellowship, 10205 U.S. 1,
from 6:30-.8 p.m.
These support groups
are free and open to the
public for anyone who is
experiencing grief from
the loss of a loved one. You
do not need to be associat-
ed with VNA Hospice to
attend.
VNA Hospice offers the
following bereavement
support groups through-
out Indian River. County:

Crossroads Christian
Fellowship, Fellowship
Hall, 10205 U.S. 1, Sebast-
ian, from 6:30-8 p.m. the
first and fourth Tuesday of
the month.

Harbor Chase, Library,
4150 Indian River Blvd.,
Vero Beach from 2-3:30
,,,.p.m. the second Wednes-
day of the month

Our Savior Lutheran
Church, classroom 4, 1850
Sixth Ave., Vero Beach,
from 1:30-3 p.m. on
Wednesdays.

Sebastian River Med-
ical Center, Conferencg
Room, 13695 U.S. 1,
Sebastian from 2-3:30 p.m.
on Thursdays.

Community Church of
Vero Beach, Library, 1901
23rd St., Vero Beach, from
7-8:30 p.m. on Thursdays.
This group is for parents
who have suffered the loss
of a child.

For more information
about VNA Hospice's
bereavement support
services, call (772) 978-
5559 or ltaylor@vnatc.com.
For more information
about VNA services, call
(772) 567-5551 or visit
www.vnatc.com.


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in preparing tax papers


For Hometown News
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY United
Way of Indian River County is seeking
volunteers to assist in tax assistance and
preparation. Volunteers of all ages 'and
backgrounds are welcome but retirees
and those with financial backgrounds are
highly encouraged to participate.
Volunteers will be given free training in
January and are asked to commit to v'ol-


unteering one day a week from Feb.3 to
April 15 at local tax preparation sites.
Volunteers will be trained to help low-
and middle-income individuals prepare
taxes at free tax preparations sites
around the county. United Way is part-
nering with AARP's tax aide program and
local Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
sites to expand services to low- and mid-
dle-income families.
Por more information, call 567-8900,
Ext 20.


Saturday, Jan. 17

Fifth annualchili cook-
off and dessert contest.
Social Hour at 5 p.m.
Entries judged beginning
5:30 p.m. Dinner starts at 6
p.m. with salad. Chili &
Dessert tasting follows
Call Ed at (321) 956-9135
for an entry slot. Call (772)
589-8710.
Sebastian River Art
Club presents an Art Show
& Sale of framed fine art in
Riverview Park, Sebastian
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., The
park is at the intersection
of U.S. 1 and County Road
512. Free parking is
available. Rain date is Jan.
18.
Annual auction to be
held at First Presbyterian
Church of Sebastian
starting at 11:30 a.m. lunch
available. Church located
at 1405 Louisiana Ave.,
Sebastian.
Sixth annual men's
health fair from 8 a.m. to
noon. All men should
enter the event through
the Diagnostic Center's
main entrance at the north
end of Sebastian River
Medical Center's main
parking lot. .
U.S. Navy Armed Guard
and Merchant Marine
Veterans who served in
World War II will have a
meeting at 9 a.m. at Marsh
Landing Restaurant at 44
North Broadway,
Fellsmere.
For Information, call (772)
571-0230.
Roast Beef Dinner,
fundraiser from 4-6 p.m.
at Redeemer Lutheran
Church, 900 27th Ave., Vero
Beach. Adults; $8; children
5-10; $4. Under 4, free
50/50 raffle, tickets sold at
the door. Carry-outs1
available (772) 567-8193.

Monday, Jan. 19

"Stop Smoking with
Hypnosis: Using Your Mind
for a Change!" 6:30-9:00
p.m. at the Sebastian River
Medical Center, Dining
Room One, Sebastian. $39
includes CD. Seating
limited. Reserve early at
(772) 581-0221. Visit
www.KathyDonerMD.com
for more information on
hypnosis and stopping
smoking.

Friday, Jan. 23

The Senior Resource
Association will host the
first of its 2009 Wellness
Symposium Series.
"Diabetes: What You Need
-to Know" will be presented
by the Visiting Nurse
Association of the Treasure
Coast from 1- 3 p.m. at the
Senior Resource Associa-
tion's Vero Beach Senior
Center, 686 14th Street.
Space is limited; so contact


the SRA to reserve a seat at
(772) 469-2062. The event
is free and open to the
public.
Art by the Sea show of
fine arts hosted by the Vero
Beach Art Club. This show
is open and free to the
public, including the
opening wine and cheese
reception on Friday
evening. The reception will
beheld at the Vero Beach
Museum 'ofArtHolmes
Great Hall on Friday, from
5 to 8:30 p.m. The show
will be on Saturday and
Sunday from 10 a.m..to 5
p.m. For more informa-
tion, call 772-231-0303.

ONGOING EVENTS

Indian River County
Historical Society pre-
serves the artifacts, sites
and structures related to
Indian River County
heritage, and offers maps
and directions to sites of
historic interest through-
out the county. The society
is housed in a 1903 Vero
Beach Train Station,
located at 2336 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach; and is open
-Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, 10 a.m. l p.m. For
more information, call
(772) 778-3435.
Vero Beach Museum of
Art features exhibitions of
international, national,
and state importance are
shown throughout the year
in four galleries.' The
museum also houses a gift-
shop store and is the
largest teaching museum
school in Florida. It is
located at 3001 Riverside
Park Drive, Vero Beach. For
more information, call
(772) 231-0707
*Vero Beach Green
Market is held every
Tuesday from 3-7 p.m.
Find plants, fruits and'
vegetables, seafood, herbs,
coffee, freshly made,
donuts, hand milled soaps,
lotions, teas, and on
occasion, artisan sausages
and cured meats, fresh
local eggs, home made
doggie treats, and much
more. The market is
located at the corner of
14th Avenue and 21st Street
in front of the Heritage
Centre.
Guided Kayak Tours:
Visitors paddle along the
Indian River Lagoon and
enjoy nature at its tropical
best. They can experience
the thrill of close encoun-
ters with dolphins, mana-
tees and exotic birds. The
guide is a master naturalist
and U.S. Coast Guard
captain. Cost is $47 each
for a 2-1/2 hour tour.
Reservations are required.
Space is limited to 12
participants. For more
information call (772) 234-
3436.
Indian River Citrus
Museum tells the story,
and preserves the artifacts,
photographs and memora-
bilia of the pioneers who
established the most
distinguished citrus fruit in
the world. Open Tuesday
through Friday 10 a.m.-4
p.m., in the Heritage
Center, 2140 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach. For more
information call (772) 770-
2263.
McKee Botanical
Garden is an 18-acre
botanical garden listed on
the National Register of
Historic Places and
endorsed by The Garden
Conservancy. This lush
Florida hammock offers a
diverse botanical collec-


tion, as well as several
restored architectural
treasures, the Hall of
Giants and Spanish
Kitchen. Self-guided tours
are available Tuesday
through Saturday from 10
a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday
from noon-5 p.m. It is
closed Mondays and major
holidays. Admission is $6
for adults, $5 for seniors
and $3.50 for children. It is
located at 350 U.S. 1, Vero
Beach. It also has a gift
shop, library and cafe. For
more information, call
(772) 794-0601, or
www.mckeegarden.org.
McLarty Treasure
Museum features treasures
discovered from ancient
Spanish ships wrecked in
1715, off of Indian River
County's coast. Open
seven days a week from 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is
$1 for ages 6 years and
older. Located at 13180
A1A, Vero Beach, north of
CountyRoad 510. For
more information, call
(772) 589-2147.
Environmental Learn-
ing Center: An elevated
boardwalk creates a trail
through a mangrove forest,
a butterfly garden, native
plant garden, wet labs and
more. Also there will be
canoe tours, workshops
and other activities. It's
open daily with one-hour
tours offered throughout
the week. There is no
admission charge. Visitors
can also see the Florida
cracker-style home of poet
Laura Riding Jackson on
Saturdays from 9 a.m. to
noon. The Center is
located at 255 Live Oak
Drive, Vero Beach, south of
theWabasso Bridge. For
more information call
(772) 589-5050, or visit
www.elcweb.org.
ORCA: Enjoy the Oslo
Riverfront Conservation
Area, 350 acres along the
Indian River Lagoon in
southern Indian River
County. The trail system
takes you through a variety
of distinct natural commu-
nities. A canopy of live
oaks, orchids, wild coffee
bushes, mangrove wet-
lands and wildlife are part
of the experience. There is
a bird watching observa-
tion platform and tower
and the "Awesome Pine,"
the largest slash pine tree
in the world. Park is open
daily from dawn to dusk,
with weekly and monthly-
guided nature walks. There
is no admission charge. For
more information, call
(772) 778-7200,.Ext. 173.
* St. Sebastian River
Buffer Preserve: Hiking,
jogging, walking and
nature study are permitted
throughout the preserve,
except in areas posted as
closed or restricted.
Access point is off County
Road 512, just west of.
Sebastian Middle School.
The preserve is open for
daily use only, except for
overnight camping by
permit. Horseback riding is
allowed on Wednesday.
Contact the Preserve Office
to make camping reserva-
tions and obtain a permit
at (321) 953-5004.
Environmental Viewing
Area gives a close-up view
of manatees and other
wildlife during the winter
months. Limited parking is
available; see signage. It is
west of the Vero Beach
Municipal Power Plant on
Indian River Boulevard,
near the 17th Street Bridge,
in Vero Beach.


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BUSINESS

Making clients feel relaxed

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By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN As soon
as customers walk in the
door of Debbie's Hair
Pampering, a friendly face
and greeting awaits them,
as does the tranquility of a
butterfly garden.
Hanging from the ceil-
ing and perching on the
lavender walls, are dozens
of butterflies in all shapes,
sizes and colors, each one
unique.
"Customers keep on
bringing them in as gifts,
and they're just beautiful,"
said Debbie Poli, salon
owner.
The butterflies are just
one piece of evidence that
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Staff photo by Jessica Tuggle
Nail technician Melanie Sawyer gives Gabriella Kurtz of
Sebastian a manicure at Debbie's Hair Pampering. To
achieve the perfect shade, Ms. Sawyer layered the nail
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Al 2 Sebastian River Area Hometown News Friday, January 16, 2009


Sebastian River Medical Center
Presents the 6th Annual


SATURDAYJANUARY 17
FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 1200 NOON
oin Sebastian River
Medical Center (SRMC) *
for our 6th Annual Men's Health
Expo! This event will help South
Brevard and Indian River County
men to become more aware of their
health issues and to give them the
opportunity to explore treatment options.
The Health Expo will be held in the Diagnostic i
Center of Sebastian River Medical Center and
will feature lectures and screenings by local
physicians as well as a wide variety of health related
information services. Everybody attending' the Men's Health
Expo will receive a SRMC "Goodie Bag."


EXHIBITS &
INFORMATION
8:00 A.M. -11:00 A.M.
Sebastian River- Home Health
SRMC Sleep Disorders Center
SRMC Outpatient Nutritional
Services
SRMC Wound Care &
Hyperbaric Medicine
Stroke Center at SRMC
David Worth, DPM
Advanced Urology Associates
of Florida
Indian River Urology Assoc., LLC
OM Urology, LLC
. American Cancer Society
* Beltone Hearing Care Center.

FREE SCREENING
8:00 A.M. -11:00 A.M.
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THURSDAY, JAN. 15-
SUNDAY, JAN. 25
The Vero Beach Theatre
Guild presents 'Perfect Wed-
ding,' a comedic farce by
Robin Hawdon. The fun
begins when a bridegroom's
bachelor party results in his
waking up to a strange
woman lying next to him.
Tickets for this production are
$20 and $18 and students age
18 and under are half price.
The guild is located at 2020
San Juan Ave. in Vero Beach.
For more information, call
(772) 562-8300.

FRIDAY, JAN. 16
The Cultural Council of
Indian River County art quilt
exhibit by Seams Unique
Fiber Artists, runs through Jan.
16, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Indian
River County Court House,
2000 16th Ave. in downtown
Vero Beach. Selected works
will be for sale. For more
information, call (772) 770-
4857'.
Hypnotist Jon Simon will
perform an evening of fami-
ly entertainment at 7 p.m. in
the Vero Beach High School
Performing Arts Center locat-
ed at 1707 16th St. in Vero
Beach. A board certified mas-
ter hypnotist, Mr. Simon's
show is filled with comedy
and audience participation in
which no one is embarrassed
or offended. Admission is $5
and the proceeds benefit the
school's varsity cheerleaders.
For more information, visit
online at
www.hypnopro.com.
Saint Edward's School
will present "Celebrate the
Dream Concert" at 7:30 p.m.
in its Waxlax Center for the
Performing Arts to commem-
orate the Martin Luther King
Jr. holiday. The concert will
feature a return performance
by The Avenue D Boys' Choir
featured will be the Gifford
Youth String Orchestra and
the Treasure Coast Percussion
Academy. Reserved seating
for the concert is available by
contacting TicketAlternative at
(877) 725-8849. Tickets will
be available the day of the
performance at the Waxlax
Center box office from noon
until curtain. The school and
Waxlax Center are located at
1895 Saint Edward's Drive
and South A1A in Vero. Beach.
-King's Baptist Church
presents a free concert by
the Annie Moses Band at 7
p.m. at the church located at
3235 58th Ave. in Vero Beach.
This nationally known family
group of eight performers
includes parents and six chil-
dren who perform a wide
array of musical styles. A love
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Play with mobster overtones


is hit with audiences


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH It's a hilarious
comedic adventure loosely based on
the playwright's own life.
"Breaking Legs," a play by English
professor/playwright Tom Dulack, is
performing at the Riverside Theatre
inVero Beach through Feb. 1 and
features a six-member cast who
evoke a sense of "The Sopranos" on
laughing gas.
The play's title takes on double
meaning, as the classic theatrical
phrase of "good luck" on opening
night, as well as what could likely
happen if you anger a mobster. -
When nerdy English professor
Terence O'Keefe (played by soap
opera star Laurence'Lau) seeks
financial backing to produce his "off,
off Broadway" play, his efforts bring


him to the "family" of his former
student, Angie Graziano.
The play takes place in Angie's
father's Italian restaurant in a Con-
necticut community. The set design
masterfully recreates the quintessen-
tial ambience of Italian eateries,
including golden, faux-finished
Venetian plaster walls. Dark wood
moldings, metal platters, aVenus-like
statue and a tile-like mosaic of lush
grapes adorn the walls, lending an
eye-pleasing authenticity. We can
almost smell the calamari and
escarole.
Mr. Lau is endearingly bumbling as
O'Keefe and, behind a Clark Kent-like
persona, reveals evidence of a man of
many passions.
Watching him shakilypour drink
after drink m his nervousness in
dealing with the family's "associates"
elicits peals of laughter from the


audience.
Mr. Lau shines in his depiction of
the klutzy professor, who nonetheless
sparkles with boyishly handsome
good looks and charm.
Catia Ojeda as Angle, the daughter
of restaurateur and "businessman"
Lou Graziano, is a stunning brunette
actress who admittedly drew inspira-
tion for her character from Oscar-
winning actress Marisa Tomei's
depiction of Mona LisaVito in the
movie "My Cousin Vinnie."
While her accent is decidedly
BrooklyneseTather than Connecticut
Yankee, Ms. Ojeda's speech inflec-
tions, posturing and edginess are
pure Mafia princess.
Stealing the show in his re-creation
of Mike Francisco, who he previously
played in California, stage and screen

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Movie, discussion on fiscal crisis

It's part of a series at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH There
is entertainment and
sometimes enlighten-
ment.
A recent program at the


Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship in Vero Beach
combined a riveting doc-
umentary film with a
thought-provoking dis-
cussion between a former
airline CEO and the audi-


ence.
The congregation's
Social Justice Film Series,
which is free and open to
the public, featured the
movie "I.O.U.S.A." which
examines America's pres-


ent financial crisis and
the likely future financial
catastrophe if solutions
are not promptly imple-
mented.
Nancy Stiefel is chair-
woman of the film series,
See MOVIE, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 01-16-2009


Aries March 21-April 19
Finding, enhancing, increasing and
protecting your divine purpose
should be the No. 1 priority in life.
You are the leader of the zodiac. A
true leader operates from humble-
ness and gratitude for all that has
been given. Moyd on and give
hearty praise to all who have
helped you thus far and more will
be given.
Taurus April 20-May 20
Find humor in little things. Laugh a
lot every day. Tell someone a story
that makes them feel good. Get
out of your own way. Let your
humanity show. Poke a little fun at
yourself. People love us as much
for our realness as for our talent.
It's a good part of being human
and letting your humor and joy
keep us safely balanced.
Gemini May 21-June 21
Wonderful motivation is fueled by
using your warm, caring nature to
help others. You are at your best
when you are able to communi-
cate your visions and dreams. You
are in heaven on earth when
those in your circle get it, respond
and take action. Wow! You are a
miracle. worker. Keep the spirit
flowing.
Cancer June 22-July 22
This is your time of the zodiac year.
The ;question is what are you
going to do with this great heart
power? The answer is simple: first,
give thanks for all you have been
given this year. Second, find ways
to rally the family together and
share more love. Third go to the
world and teach others what a
spiritual life is all about
Leo July 23-Aug. 22
Venus in Leo increases your moti-
vation because of the love that
lives in your heart You may have
wordly inclinations, but your heart
and sprit rule you. It has to be all
right on the inside before it can be
OK on the outside. The main les-
son is follow your heart and gut
instincts first. This your truest and
greatest blessing.
Virgo Aug. 23-Sept.22
Your generous attitude to others is
your greatest blessing. It starts
with your family,.friends and asso-
ciates. You are happy. Your energy
is strong. Your spirit is high. Refuse
to let your own demands pull you
down and get you stuck in the
worldly side. Stay focused on
today and everything will work
out.
Libra Sept.23-Oct.22
It's time to surrender to your inner
guidance, get your own will out of
the way and let spiritual guidance
direct you to your main cause and
mission. Have you ever thought
that you don't have to be balanced
all the time? It's time to rejoice
and let the power flow and con-
nect you to the source.
Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You continue to be faced with
new, creative spiritual challenges.
Just be.patient and wait for a sign
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more information, call (772)
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SUNDAY, JAN. 18

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is required for this program.
The library is located in
downtown Vero Beach at
1600 21st St. For more infor-
mation, call Maria at (772)
770-5060, Ext 4121.

THURSDAY, JAN. 22
"An Evening in Tuscany"
will be presented by the
Vero Beach Museum of
Art's Contemporaries' Art
After Dark at the museum
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The
evening will feature music
and atmosphere reminiscent
of the Tuscan gardens of Italy.
Also featured will be an
opportunity to view the
"Painting the Italian Land-
scape: Views from the Uffizi"
exhibition. Admission is $10
per person and includes a
first complimentary drink. For
more information, call Dane
Roberts at (772) 231-0707,
Ext. 109.

FRIDAY, JAN. 23- JAN. 25

The Vero Beach Art
Club's "Art by the Sea" art
show will be held at the Vero
Beach Museum of Art. The
show opens on Friday with a
reception from 5-8:30 p.m.,
which will feature wine and
cheese, plus an opportunity
to meet the artists. The show
is open on Saturday and Sun-
day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It
is free and open to the pub-
lic. For more information, call
(772) 231-0303 or visit
online at www.verobeachart-
club.org.

SATURDAY, JAN. 24

The Avenue D Boys Choir
will perform at Sebastian
River High School in the
courtyard at 7 p.m. The choir
is based in the Fort Pierce
area and has gained a wide
local and international; fol-
lowing. Tickets are $10 and
will be available at the door
and at the high school Mon-


day- Friday from 9 a.m.. to
3:30 p.m. The school is locat-
ed at 9001 90th Ave. in
Sebastian 2 miles east of 1-95
on Fellsmere Road. For more
information, contact Michael
Stutzke at the school at (772)
564-4235 or by cell phone at
(772) 473-0314.

SUNDAY, JAN. 25

The Vero Beach High
School Symphony Orches-
tra will perform Beethoven's
Third Symphony "Eroica"at 2
and 7 p.m. in the school's
performing arts 'center. Tick-
ets are $12 for the orchestra
level and $10.for the mezza-
nine. Box office hours are
Tuesdays and Thursdays from
9 a.m.-1 p.m. The high school
is located at 1707 16th St. in
Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 564-5646.
The Treasure Coast Wine
Festival's grand wine tast-
ing will be featured from 2-5
p.m. under the grand tent at
Riverside Park in Vero Beach.
Visitors may sample more
than 150 superior wines and
celebrity chefs will offer
cooking and wine demon-
strations during the seminar
portion of the day. Wine tast-
ing tickets are $50 per person
in advance and $60 at the
door. Ticket holders must be
21 or older to attend. For
more information, visit
www.TreasureCoastWineFes-
tival.com.

THURSDAY, JAN. 29

The Emerson Center
Humanities Series presents
"Florida's Wacky History
and Why You Should Care"
at 7 p.m. Speaker Eliot Klein-
berg is a native Floridian who
writes extensively about the
state. This presentation, as
well as others in the Humani-
ties Series, is free to the pub-
lic. The Emerson Center is
located at 1590 27th Ave. at


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Movie
From page BI
which each month show
films on issues including
the environment, human
rights, health, government
and education. Though
varied, topics are perti-
nent to what Ms. Stiefel
describes as the "social
justice umbrella."
Following the movies,
congregants and the pub-
lic engage in lively discus-
sion.
"I.O.U.S.A.," which
warns that America is on
the verge of a financial
meltdown, takes a non-
partisan look at the
nation's spiraling national
debt and the dire conse-
quences to present and
future generations.
The independent film,
directed by Patrick Cread-
on, created a sensation at
the 2008 Sundance Film
Festival.
Using archival footage of
former presidents, high-
ranking government
appointees and other offi-
cials, the film's message of
wake up, America, cannot
be misconstrued.
America is in trouble
with a present budget
deficit of nearly $11 tril-
lion.
Interviews with Warren
Buffett, Robert Rubin, Alan
Greenspan, Paul Volcker
and others leave no doubt
that America's financial
policies have become
ruinous.
The film follows former
U.S. Comptroller General
David Walker and Bob
Bixby of the Concord
Coalition, who criss-
crossed the nation in a fis-
cal wake up tour, to sound
the alarm of impending
financial disaster.
Distribution of the film
is made possible by the
Peter G. Peterson Founda-
tion, founded by .billion-
aire Pete Peterson, who
was former secretary df
commerce under Presi-
dent Richard Nixon.
Palm City resident and
retired American Airlines
CEO Robert Crandall facil-
itated the discussion
which followed.
Briefly, the film deals
with various "deficits" fac-
ing America including
budget, savings, trade and
leadership. Each compo-
nent contributes to what
Walker described as a "fis-
cal cancer."
"When you get to the
point you can't service
your debt, you're finished,"
noted former Secretary of
the Treasury Paul O'Neill.
"We had a long string of
relatively prosperous
years, but instead of pay-
ing down the debt, we
allowed it to expand," Mr.
Crandall said. "The only
way to fix the problem is to
tell politicians we want it
fixed."
Solving the problem
won't be easy, he said, and
-certain entitlement pro-
grams, including Social
Security and Medicare,
may need revamping.
"Resolution of these
problems is political, but
not .having a solution is
unacceptable, even though
the choices are all unpleas-
ant," Mr. Crandall said.
The Social Justice Film
Series is held the first Sun-
day of each month at 7
p.m. The Unitarian Univer-
salist Fellowship is located
at the intersection of 27th
Avenue and 16th Street.
Admission is free.

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Play
From page B1
star Richard Zavaglia had the
audience literally hooting
with laughter at his stereo-
typical characterization of a
truly "made" man.
Replete with glitzy gold
neck chains and medallions,
Mike is enthusiastic in
wanting to finance the
professor's play although he
wants to tweak it ever so
slightly and open it on
Broadway.
Mike also makes sugges-
tions that would turn the
professor's murder mystery
into a musical, complete
with a cameo part for his fat,
teenage accordion-playing


Scopes
From page B1
before you make, any- major
changes. Your heart energy is
strong. It knows the truth. Let your
inner knowingness guide you. Be
patient and act only when the sign
comes. This put the probability of
success squarely in your corner.

Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Hello archer and goal setter of the
universe. Being the last fire sign
has a great responsibility. It gives
you the authority to be the highest
inspiration. The high fire of spirit
was given to you at birth. Be a
guiding light. Help others on the
path of truth. Do this above all
other things and your life is justi-
fied.

Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19
'Listen to your inner guidance,
move forward and continue to
make progress. You are on a posi-
tive roll in life. Your renewed self
respect and love is like a magnet
drawing more of life's great bless-
ings. This positive energy should
translate into greater peace, love,
health and abundance. You are on
a terrific roll.
Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Keep the ideas coming from the
heartwell and the creative genius
living in you will continue to create
new and mighty causes that give
your life special meaning and pow-
erful opportunities to transform
your world and make it better for
everyone for a long time to come.
You have a true blessing on your
life.
Pisces Feb. 19-March 20


niece, Carmela.
How does one say no to a
man like Mike, especially
after family associate Uncle
Frankie Salvucci (played to
weasely perfection by John
Shuman) meets an untimely
ending under a train after
being late in repaying money
to Mike?
But Mike drops his
demands following a
copfrontation with Angie
and the perceived threat that
the play might instead be
produced by "business" rival
Sonny "Blow Pipe" Tubetini.
Angie's bossy yet permis-.
sive father Lou (performed
by stage and screen veteran
Bob Amaral) wants to see his
daughter married (though
not leave home) and


The two basic ways we live in this
works are by chance or by choice.
The mind lives by chance. The
heart lives by choice. Pisces is the
strongest heart in the zodiac. You
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Obits

Grace E. Jenkins
Grace E. Jenkins, 87, of
Barefoot Bay, died. Dec.26,
2008.
She was born in Cedar
Hill, Ohio, and resided in
Micco for 30 years.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Mance and Ruth.
She is survived by her
daughter, Roberta; a son,
Angelo; two brothers, Char-
lie and.Russell; nine grand-
children, nine great-grand-
children and one
great-great-grandchild
Donations may be made
to St. Jude's Research Hospi-
tal 262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105
Arrangements by All County
Funeral Home & Crematory
Treasure Coast Chapel.
Melba E. Green
Melba E. Green, 91, of
Sebastian, died Dec.. 30,
2008.
She was born in Cuba and
lived in Sebastian for 37
years.
She worked at the Fox's
Den Restaurant in Sebast-
ian for 12 years, and
attended St. Sebastian
Catholic Church.
She is survived by a son,
Juan and two grandchil-
dren.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Gilbert.
Memorial contributions
may be made toVNA & Hos-
pice Foundation, 1110 35th
Lane, Vero Beach, FL
32960.Arrangements by
Strunk Funeral Home.
Robert Golden
Robert Golden, 81, of
Sebastian, died Jan. 5, 2009.
He was born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., and moved to Sebast-
ian in 1984.
He served in the U.S.
Army during World War II,
and was a jazz musician.
He was a member of the
Florida Bar Association,
-Indian River County Bar
Association, Temple Beth
Shalom, the University of
Miami Alumni Association'
and the University of Miami
Athletic Club.
He is survived by his wife
of 48 years, Frances; four
nieces, Frances, Sara (Bill),
Rebekka (Ron) and Roni
(Ray); a nephew, Benjamin .
(Angelica); mother-in-law
Mary; sisters-in-law, Mary
and Lynda, a brother-in-
law, Robert; six cousins,
Jeanne, Theodore, Mar-
lena, Rita, Ralph and Irvin
and eight great nieces and
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Summer sports


Sebastian residents Rob
Yanchis, left, and Louisa
Hodges, go for the point
during a volleyball
match in Sebastian's
Riverview Park Jan. 3.
Volleyball players from
Vero Beach and Sebast-
ian, gather at the park
for a round of mini-
tournaments every
weekend.








Cliff Partlow
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Sports capsule


Jan. 5
Basketball (girls)
Sebastian River 42,
Jensen Beach 30
SR: 12-1.
Jan. 6
Basketball (boys)
Sebastian River 42, Vero
Beach 40
SR: 10-1.
Jan. 7
Basketball (boys)
Sebastian River 61, Port
St. Lucie 52
SR: 11-1 overall, 6-0
District 13-5A.
Basketball (girls)
Sebastian River 52,
Port St. Lucie 17


SR: 13-1 overall, 6-1
.District 13-5A.
Soccer (girls)
Sebastian River 5,
Port St. Lucie 1
SR: 4-8-1 overall 2-3
District 13-5A.





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Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Larry Wilsey of Vero Beach goes for the save during a
volleyball match Jan. 3 in Riverview Park in Sebastian.
A dozen or so volleyball players from Sebastian volley-
ball, meet at Riverview Park every weekend and would
like to start a volleyball league.


Community notes


Recycle old
pill bottles
Bay Street Pharmacy and
Home Health Care and Keep
Indian River Beautiful are
providing our local nonprof-
its with opportunities to
eliminate operational ex-
penses when possible. By
providing reusable items,
from KIRB's ReUse Ex-
change Center, organizations
such as the Humane Society
and HALO can reuse clean
prescription bottles for ani-
mals waiting to be adopted.
To ensure that donations are
reusable, remove the label
from the prescription bottle
and rinse lightly.
To drop off prescription
bottles, visit Bay Street Phar-
macy & Home Health Care,
located at 7746 Bay St.,
Sebastian.

Qi gong
classes offered
Qi gong at Riverview Park
in Sebastian, next to the long
dock, Fridays 6:15 p.m. and
Sunday 7 a.m.
Walking qi gong at
Wabasso Beach, where State
Rdad 510 meets the ocean,
Tuesday and Thursday at 7
p.m.
Qi gong for mind, body
and spirit at Kashi Studio on.
Roseland Road. Saturdays at'
8 a.m., and Tuesday at 10
a.m.


All classes cost $7. For more
information, call (722) 581-
2629 or e-mail namaste
52bellsouth.net.

Humane Society offers
tips
on disaster planning
The Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian River
County has published a new
brochure on disaster plan-
ning for pet owners.
The brochure covers topics
including pet identification,
determining if you and your
pets live in a surge zone, pet
supplies needed if someone
must evacuate with their ani-
mals and how to create a pet
first aid kit.
The brochure can be
obtained free of charge by
visiting the Humane Society,
located at 6230 77th St., Vero
Beach, by calling the shelter
at (772) 388-3331, Ext. 18

Center offers
aquanautics class
The North County Aquat-
ics Center 'is- offering Aqua-
nautics, a water fitness class,
designed to strengthen and
firm muscles, improve cardio
and respiratory function and
increase flexibility.
Other benefits include bet-
ter balance and coordina-


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From page B4
nephews.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Jack and
Esther and a brother, David.
In lieu of flowers dona-
tions may be mdde to: Tem-
ple Beth Shalom,.365 43rd
Ave., Vero Beach, FL 32968
or to VNA Hospice of Indian
River County,. 1110 35th
Lane, Vero Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.

Shirley Ann Donovan
Shirley Ann Donovan, 71,
of Barefoot Bay, died Jan. 6,
2009.
She was born in
Belvedere, N.J., and lived in
Barefoot Bay for 12 years.
She was an administrator
in the health care industry.
She is survived by her
husband of 20 years, Den-
nis; two sons, Brad and
Brice and five grandchil-
dren.
She was preceded in
death by a son, Bryan.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.


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the corner of 16th Street in
Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 778-5249.

SATURDAY, JAN. 31

A 2009 Super Bowl cele-
bration at King's .Baptist
Church is set for 7:30 a.m. and


will include a traditional break-
fast and live satellite program
hosted by former Super Bowl
champion Brent Jones. Fea-
tured will be players from
Super Bowl 2009 teams.
Admission is free, but tickets
are required and donations for
breakfast are appreciated. Tick-
ets may be obtained at the
church located at 3235 58th
Ave. in Vero Beach. For more
information, call (772) 567-
5850.


"Egypt: Gift of the Nile"
will be presented by Milt
Thomas at 10 a.rh. in the first
floor meeting room of the Indi-
an River County main library.
This audio-visual program will
explore the pyramids, Sphinx
and other features of Egypt's
5,000-year history. This pro-
gram is free and open to the
public. For more information,
call Maria at (772) 770-5060,
Ext 4121.


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Care Net will celebrate its
20th year of serving the
community with the annual
' Walk For Life on'Feb. 7.
Registration for this year's
Walk hpbeins at 9 a.m at


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Outpatient nutrition
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.hypertension or high choles-
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health? Outpatient nutrition
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enrod Road.
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motorcycle run and bicycle
ride. There will be bounce
houses, special prizes,
awards, and a complimen-
tary lunch.
Care Net offers services to
young women and men who
find themselves facing
unplanned pregnancies in


the diagnostic center at
Sebastian River Medical Cen-
ter.
To make an appointment,
call (772) 589-5000.


Presentations on
the Internet

The Indian River County
Extension Service now offers
presentations on the Internet.
Presentations that are created
and narrated by agents on the
topics of agriculture, environ-
mental horticulture, pond
maintenance, irrigation, 4-H,
and stormwater pollution are
available at http://lindian.
ifas.ufl.edu.
The list of available presen-
tations will continue to grow.
Visit theWeb site for updates.


Organization will
recycle items

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(772) 871-2211.


is asking local businesses and
individuals to donate
unwanted, reusable materials
to the ReUse Exchange Cen-
ter.
Items such as styrofoam
egg cartons, craft supplies, tile
(full or broken pieces), cigar
boxes, neckties, clothespins
and wine corks in addition to
fabric and paint chip samples.
To make a donation, drop
off items at the ReUse
Exchange Center in Sebastian
on Tuesdays. Reusable items
can also be dropped off at
Habit for Humanity on U.S.
1 or the Senior Resource Asso-
ciation on 6th Avenue and
14th Street inVero Beach.
To shop for free 'reusable
materials, visit KIRB's ReUse
Exchange Center, located at
1255 Main-St., Sebastian, or
call (772) 388-5472.


LaLeche League
meetings scheduled

The La Leche League is a
nonprofit organization whose
mission is to help. mothers
breastfeed through mother-
to-mother support.
The La Leche League of the
Treasure Coast meets'in dif-
ferent locations from Palm
City to Sebastian. Mothers
with their nursing babies, and
mothers-to-be, are welcome.
For directions to meetings,
or more information, call
Sophy at (772) 233-1883.

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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
whomn 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 having 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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January 16, 2009


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thru-out. Screen Porch,
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1st mo + sec No
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lbs OK 561-801-5928
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+den, Castaway Cove,
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fireplace, immaculate.
786-210-3563
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vaulted ceilings, porch.
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