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T I SEBASTIAN RIVER AREA






V ol. 6, No. 44 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsL.com Friday, July 31, 2009
Vol. 6, No. 44 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, July 31, 2009


HOW WEIRD
SM IS THAT?!
? SEAN MCCARTHY




surfing the Web and
you are bound to find
stories that are just too
bizarre to be true. Here's a
sampling, edited for
length. And remember,
just because it's online
doesn't mean it's true!
From www.sfgate.com:
Tweet your prayers to
God
For centuries, people
have stuffed prayers
written on scraps of paper
into the ancient cracks in
the Western Wall in the
Old City of Jerusalem.
Now they can tweet them,
too.
The Western Wall now
has its own address on the
social networking service,
Twitter, allowing believers
around the globe to have
their prayers placed
between its 2,000 year-
old-stones, without
leaving their armchairs.
From www.Chron.com:
Florida town employee
fired over porn actress
wife
The mayor of a small
southwest Florida town
defended the town
council's decision to fire
its city manager after
officials learned his wife is
an adult film actress.
Fort Myers Beach Mayor
Larry Kiker insisted Scott
Janke's termination had
nothing to do with his
spouse's job, saying the
town was merely trying to
maintain order.
From www.sentinel-
tribune.com: Man says he
hit left-and right-handed
holes-in-one
An Ohio man who says
he's not much of a golfer
pulled off a feat that not
even some of the best
players can match.
Ed Platzer of Bowling
See WEIRD, A2




ART'S HER THING


Read about an art
teacher who became an
artist

ALIV & WLL A


GRIEF

Shelley
Koppel
talks about
complicat-
ed grief


Friday: Isolated
. thunderstorms; high: 91;
4' low: 75; high tide: 3:56
L a.m.; low tide: 10:35 p.m.
S Saturday: Scattered
^ thunderstorms; high: 90;
low: 75; high tide: 4:55
a.m.; low tide: 11:29 p.m.
Sunday: Scattered thunderstorms; high: 9;
low: 75; high tide: 5:50 a.m.; low tide:
midnight.
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Classified B7 Police Report A5
Crossword B6 Rants & Raves A6
Health A6 Star Scopes B1
Obituaries B4 Travel B4
Out &About B1 Viewpoint A6


Motorist fees to increase, more


than double in some cases


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Prices
for renewing or obtaining new motor
vehicle tags, vehicle registration,
duplicating, transferring or getting
new titles are increasing by as much
as 125 percent.
Carole Jean Jordan, county tax col-


lector, presented a report to the Indi-
an River County Commission during
a July 21 meeting and said the new
fees would take effect Sept. 1.
"Just about everything we deal
with is about to go up," said Ms. Jor-
dan.
The new fees come from the Flori-
da Legislature as part of their budget
development process, she said.


Team kicks, leaps to 45 awards


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From left, Sebastian karate master Peter DeFosses, Sebastian Gym owner, Tonya Sanders, and third-degree senior
instructor Greg DeFosses, are joined by John Clare, Gretchen Nelson, Ramero Magana, Nicole O'Neill and the 45
trophies they won at the 2009 U.S. Open Martial Arts championships.


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN The
room in the Sebastian
Gym echoed with the
intensity of the students'
concentration, their
shouts reverberating off
the wooden floors.
Their synchronous
motions cut through the
air as swift and certain as
swords.
The martial arts stu-
dents followed their
instructor's commands to


perfection, the same tech-
nique that earned them
45 awards in one of the
largest competitions in
the county.
The Sebastian Karate
Moo Duk Kwan is a small
martial arts school run by
the father and son team of
Peter and Gregory DeFos-
ses.
Twenty of their students
recently competed in the
U.S. Open International
Sport Karate Association
World Martial Arts Cham-
pionship held in Orlando


Annual drug,


crimeprevention


event set
By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN Sebastian law enforcement
will be out in full force at Riverview Park on
Aug. 4, and invite all residents to join them.
That's when Sebastian Police will partici-
pate in National Night Out, an event held
across the country to the help the communi-
ty get to know law enforcement and raise
awareness about crime and drug preven-
tion.
From 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., entertain-
ment, food, drinks and displays will be avail-
able for residents to browse and enjoy, said
Sebastian community policing Officer Steve
Marcinik.
The Sebastian Women's Club and Sebast-
ian Junior Women's Club are major organiz-
ers of the event and help provide the food,
he said.
Demonstrations will include participation
See EVENT, A2


over the July 4 weekend.
More than 3,000 indi-
viduals competed during
the weekend, represent-
ing 41 countries and 40 of
50 U.S. states.
Coming home with 45
awards was not the goal of
the school or the stu-
dents, said Peter DeFoss-
es, but it sure did make
him proud.
"The dedication that
these people went
through, the hard work
that they did is the key to
their win," the sixth-


degree master instructor
said.
"There were people
there from all over the
world and some schools
came with 150 students.
We were just a small
school from Sebastian
and look what we man-
aged to do," said Mr.
DeFosses with a smile.
The students who com-
peted ranged in age from
5 to 72 and they practiced
together as much as four
See AWARDS, A7


Students


receive


free school


supplies
By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
FELLSMERE The new
school year is just around
the corner, and that means
Operation Hope is gearing
up for its annual back-to-
school backpack and
school supply drive.
This year, backpacks will
be distributed to needy stu-
dents from kindergarten to
grade 12 on Aug. 22 at
Operation Hope and dona-
tions are greatly needed,
said Operation Hope
organizers.
Jesse Zermeno, president
of Operation Hope said he
is anticipating a need for
1,000 well-stocked back-
packs to meet the needs of
all the families who come.
"Operation Hope is going
to do our best to give these
supplies out and these
backpacks to help prepare
the kids for school," he
said.
Last year, Mr. Zermeno
estimated they gave back-
packs to a little more than
800 students.
The students were not
only children of local His-
panic migrant workers, but
were all types of needy chil-
dren from around the area,
from different cultural and
family backgrounds, he
said.
Supplies for the younger
children, from kinder-
garten to third grade are
the greatest need, he said.

See SUPPLIES, A4


Three-year-old Emileigh
Brown waves at her family
while sitting in the Indian
River County Sheriff's
helicopter during National
Night Out last year.





















Cliff Partlow
staff photographer







* Sebastian River Area Hometown News Friday, July 31, 2009


Weird
From page Al

Green knocked in a left-
handed, hole-in-one last
month, 15 years after he
hit a right-handed hole-
in-one. The United States
Golf Register tracks holes-
in-one. It said it couldn't
find anyone who has
matched the Bowling


Green man's achievement
in its database that covers
the last 13 years.
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It's official: Naked
Cowboy running for NYC
mayor
A man who makes his
living posing for pictures
with tourists as the Naked
Cowboy in New York
City's Times Square plans


to run for city mayor, FOX
5 New York reports.
Robert Burck, who has
made a career of playing a
guitar dressed only in
cowboy boots, hat, and
tighty-whiteys, wants to
replace incumbent Mayor
Michael Bloomberg, who
appears to be sailing
toward re-election for a
third term this November.


Jared Moss and
Youth Guidance
volunteer Eric Donath
tried to catch a big
one at the event
organized by the
Kiwanis Club
of Vero-Treasure
Coast.


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Club organizes fishing trip


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
-Youth Guidance kids
enjoyed the Take a Kid
Fishing Day tournament
under the Merrill Barber
Bridge on June 6.
This annual event,


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organized by the Kiwanis
Club of Vero-Treasure
Coast, was attended by 23
Youth Guidance children
accompanied by 21 adult
volunteers. Kiwanis pro-
vided the fishing poles,
bait, prizes, food and
drinks for this fun-filled
event.


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Mentors, 17 and older
,spend time each week par-
ticipating in recreational
and academic activities,
sharing hobbies, and just
spending time with their
assigned child.
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by telling the audience of
about 150 parents and
children that just about
anything can be a musical
instrument, such as your
face and mouth.




Cliff Partlow
staff photographer


Two-year-old Reese Deperi
of Sebastian sits and
watches as Kevin Lureau
makes music from one of
100 or so
instruments during his
Musical Madness show on
stage at the North County
Library July 17. Mr. Lureau,
a percussionist with the
band, The Old Barber
Bridge, demonstrated his
ability to make music, even
with a Mason jar and a
little water.















Cliff Partlow
staff photographer


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Operation Hope President
Jesse Zermeno explained
to the estimated 800
parents and children on
hand last year for free
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needed to be patient, and
that even though there
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From page Al
Some school supplies
that would be appropriate
for all ages are: No. 2 pen-
cils, highlighters, note-
books and binders.
Younger students could
use crayons, blunt-tip scis-


sors, colored pencils,
water-based markers and
rulers.
The distribution will
begin at noon. To help with
organization, each family
present with their children
will receive a number and
the numbers will be called
in groups during the after-
noon.
Also during the event,


there will be hot dogs,
drinks and frozen treats, as
well as face painting, pup-
pets, bounce houses and
live music to entertain all
ages.
For more information or
to make donations, call
Operation Hope at (772)
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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
oflaw.
Sebastian
Police Department

*Margaret Catherine
Quigley, 48, 900 Turtle Run
Drive, Apt. 101, Sebastian,
was charged with posses-
sion of hydrocodone and a
misdemeanor charge of
driving with license sus-
pended with knowledge.
Nicholas Louis Chandler,
21, 541 Quarry Lane, Sebast-
ian, was charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, alprazolam.
Gary Michael Lorino, 811
Tarpon Ave., Sebastian, was
charged with failure of a sex
offender to report changes
to Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles or
law enforcement, and mis-
demeanor charges of two
counts of battery.

Fellsmere
Police Department

Isidro Galvez-Arita, 27,
10010 Esperanza Circle,
Fellsmere, was charged with
lewd or lascivious molesta-
tion on a victim 12 to 16.

Indian River County
Sheriffs Office

Melissa Sue Medsker, 45,
8125 U.S. 1, Apt. 10, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine, four


Fees
From page Al

bridges, funding the Florida
Highway Patrol and educat-
ing Florida students through
the Department of Educa-
tion, Ms. Jordan said.
The new monies garnered


counts of possession of oxy-
codone, three counts of pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, propoxyphene, and
misdemeanor charges of
five counts of possession of
marijuana and six counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Tiffany Lynn Gould, 26,
319 15th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with driving while
license suspended, habitual
offender.
*Rebecca Marie Minerly,
20, 2106 San Diego Ave., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
violation of probation. She
was on probation for battery
on a law enforcement offi-
cer.
Roberto Torres, 34, 6516
Northeast 23rd Ave., Ocala,
was charged with failure to
appear in court on charges
of uttering worthless checks.
James Michael Webb, 35,
1500 Pelican Lane, Apt. 332,
Vero Beach, was charged
with burglary of a dwelling,
fleeing and eluding and two
counts of burglary of an
occupied dwelling.
Edward Andrew Ander-
son, 55, 4265 32nd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine.
Evonda Rae Butler, 33,
135 Caprona St., Sebastian,
was charged with trafficking
in oxycodone.
Phillip Leroy Dawkins,
40, 2415 Desoto Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended, habitual offender.
Gueryno Dessaint, 29,
535 13th Place, Apt. 1, Vero
Beach, was charged with
child abuse.
Daniel Peacher, 38, 8850


from the fees will go to the
state's general revenue fund
to be spent by the Legisla-
ture at their discretion.
Basic class E driver's
licenses current cost $27.
After Sept. 1, the price will
jump to $48, a nearly 78 per-
cent increase.
Initial registration of a


U.S. 1, Apt. 2, Sebastian, was
charged with aggravated
assault.
Anna Stasia Martin, 23,
2425 First Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation. She was on
probation for third-degree
grand theft.
*Elizabeth O'Conner Skin-
ner, 83, 1170 Sixth Ave., Apt.
26D, Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
leaving the scene of an acci-
dent with property damage
and a misdemeanor charge
of driving under the influ-
ence.
Christopher John Bauer,
32, 901 Waterway Drive,
Barefoot Bay, was charged
with violation of probation.
He was on probation for
possession of cocaine and
tampering with evidence.
*Donald Wayne Carroll,
50, 605 Ninth Place, Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of parole.
*Phillip William Kenne-
day, 35, no house number
given, Moore Haven Circle,
Moore Haven, was charged
with failure to appear in
court on charges of organ-
ized fraud.
Arthur Lee Pound, 24,
1056 24th Place Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with lewd or lascivious bat-
tery.
Christopher Paul Salog-
ga, 15301 Southwest 180th
Terrace, Miami, was charged
with violation of probation.
He was on probation for
uttering a forged instru-
ment.
William Thomas Wilber,
41, 7845 104th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with


motor vehicle is currently
$100, but the change in fee
structure will increase that
amount to $225.
An automobile weighing
between 2,500 to 3,499
pounds currently renew at
$35.60. After Sept. 1, that will
change to $57.15.
To help residents save
some money on tag


second-degree grand theft.
Kevin Anthony Burke,
24, 1350 32nd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
being a fugitive from justice
and a misdemeanor charge
of driving under the influ-
ence.
Albert J. Hurst, 62, 1316
23rd Place Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended, habitual offender
and a misdemeanor charge
of second-degree petit theft.
*Lennox Agustus Baker,
22, 2316 23rd St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
aggravated stalking.
Daniel Emmett Cain, 37,
826 Dolores St., Sebastian,
was charged with grand
theft of a motor vehicle and
misdemeanor charges of
three counts of driving
under the influence and two
counts driving with license
suspended with knowledge.
Elizabeth Nelson Cobb,
32, 1246 15th Ave. South-
west, Vero Beach, was
charged with assault,
domestic violence and a
misdemeanor charge of bat-
tery, domestic violence.
*Joseph Genarro Carbone,
62, 253 Wishingwell Circle,
Palm Bay, was charged with
burglary and possession of
burglary tools.
Nathaniel Allen Eldridge,
19, 1255 26th St., Apt. 5, Vero
Beach, was charged with
theft, dealing in stolen prop-
erty and a misdemeanor
charge of shoplifting/retail
theft.
*Justin Scott Fogg, 27,
1661 27th Ave. Southwest,
Apt. 21, Vero Beach, was
charged with unlawful sex


renewals, Ms. Jordan recom-
mended that people buy the
two-year tag renewals this
year. Though the changes go
into effect on Sept. 1, the
two-year renewal is available
to everyone having a birth-
day up until Nov. 30.
"We strongly advise any-
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with a person 16 or 17 years
old.
Elijah Gibbs, 26, 4320 33
rd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with driving while
license suspended, habitual
offender, and misdemeanor
charges of resisting arrest
without violence and failure
to register a vehicle.
John Allison Harris, 45,
1820 38th Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine and misde-
meanor charges of posses-
sion of marijuana and no
driver's license.
*David Robert Hughes, 18,
1455 90th Ave., Apt. 144,
Vero Beach, was charged
with burglary of an automo-
bile, boat or conveyance,
two counts of third-degree
grand theft and a misde-
meanor charge of posses-
sion of marijuana.
*Eric Christopher Irving,
39, 2006 50th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
two counts of possession of
cocaine and sale or delivery
of a controlled substance
within 1,000 feet of a school.
*Bruce Lee Jackson, 32,
1561 Fifth Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary of an occupied


1, to go out and get their tag
renewed, because it will save
you a great deal," said Ms.
Jordan.
Another change Ms. Jor-
dan said will be upcoming
for residents is that begin-
ning Jan. 1, 2010, all Floridi-
ans renewing or obtaining a
new driver license or identi-
fication card will be required


dwelling and misdemeanor
charges of two counts of
possession of marijuana.
Tiffany Leigh Setty, 19,
1255 26th St., Apt. 105, Vero
Beach, was charged with
theft and dealing in stolen
property.
Austin Joseph Rose, 19,
2055 Ninth St., Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation. He was on pro-
bation for possession, sale
or delivery of cannabis.
James Edward Stuber-
field, 30, 4865 32nd Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with grand theft of an auto-
mobile and violation of pro-
bation.

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Aaron Octurous Roberts,
34, 1808 Avenue E, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended, habitual offender
and a misdemeanor charge
of contempt of court.
Dwayne Dennard Larry,
45, 670 N.W. Stanford Lane,
Port St. Lucie, was charged
with driving while license
suspended with knowledge.


by federal law to show proof
of identification through
birth certificate, Social Secu-
rity card and two other items
showing residential address.
"It's a new act that will
begin to be implemented as
a result of the Sept. 11 Com-
mission and the state is
being very pro-active about
it," she said.


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Too many trees

What about the huge amount of landscaping in Vero
Beach? It's unbelievable. There are shrubs and plants
and trees everywhere. Where are they coming from?
If we are supposed to be budgeting, how can the land-
scaping crews afford all these massive items? Why are we
adding so much, when maintenance people have to take
care of them, but we are being hit with higher utility
bills? We are being run down the river. We need answers
and we need them now.

Revamp the city

It's time for a recall of all the city council members.
They are ruining the city.

Help for animal victim

My cat was shot, probably with an air rifle. The vet
showed me an ex-ray, which showed a broken leg. I
called the police, but could not get past the screener. I
called animal control, but they said they weren't con-
cerned because the animal was cared for. There is a
creep who walks around the neighborhood with a gun.
Who is going to help?

Sick of pop music

No one made a big deal when Steve Bruton died of
cancer. He was one of the best musicians and songwriter
in America.
No one makes a big deal about jam band members or
jam bands for that matter. No one likes pop music.
Everyone is sick of Michael Jackson. Pop music deserves
the same fate as disco music. Does anyone have a steam-
roller?
Let's take all the pop CDs to the Mets Stadium and kill
pop music the way disco was killed.
Jam bands sell out every venue they play. They get no
airplay on the radio. Don't tell me that jam bands don't
rule. I'm sick of pop music. I'm sick of bands who have
musicians who don't play their own instruments. Jam
musicians write their own music. Pop music should
meet its fate.

Bright Future's less bright

I am thoroughly disgusted with the Florida legislature
and the nation's lawmakers. It's not fair that a child who
has worked very hard to earn a Bright Future's Scholar-
ship honor roll student, no drugs, no alcohol, works very
hard, 40 hours a week, has a problem with the tuition
hike because they didn't cover that. As we all know, there
has been a tuition hike for the colleges and universities
in Florida. The Bright Future's Scholarship didn't cover
that. As a result, may daughter is going to have to take
out student loans to cover the portion that did not get
covered. I think it's absolutely ridiculous that the law-
makers do what they want and have no regard what
they're doing. It's just such a broken system and I am so
disgusted at the American public citizens who don't
speak up. They don not stand up and when you do,
you're called a radical lunatic and just on a rampage of a
Bill O'Reilly. That's not true. I hope things get better. I
just don't see them getting better.

From one health care
perspective to another

May I just say that you don't have a clue about what
the national health system is like in England. It's by far
better than anything that you've got over here in the U.S.
and all people get seen. It doesn't matter whether they're
the poorest of the poor, everybody gets seen when nec-
essary, which is more than you can say about this place
over here. I would say that you can want to get around
socialized medicine and think about those poor people
that may be walking around downtown Melbourne or
somewhere like that. We have a much better babies clin-
ics and things like that in England. And certainly, child
delivery service is an awful lot better than anything I've
seen in the hospitals here




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Summer is always a great time to spend some time with grandpa. James Glomb, 9, of Austin, Texas, spent a few hours
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age to catch a couple of small ones that they immediately threw back.




It's time to get serious and work together


at a year and a
half or so it's been.
Times like we have
experienced are fortunate-
ly just once, or less, in a
generation. The good side
to these trying times is that
those of us who make it
through this will be a lot
smarter and better busi-
ness people than we might
have been going into it. We
have learned from our
mistakes. We will know
how to better plan and
prepare for tough times in
the future. We will appreci-
ate the good times and not
take them for granted,
knowing that nothing lasts
forever.
So OK. We've been
through the worst of it. All
signs point to a renewed
economy. Some of us have
even prospered through
this. Some have fought
hard to make it through.
Some who didn't make it
can blame themselves. If a
business owner isn't
willing to make tough
decisions, sacrifice and
commit to their business,
they probably shouldn't
have been in business in
the first place. Success is
not easy, though during
the boom years some
made it look easy. Success
does not come without
some pain, suffering and
sacrifice.
One of the things I have
seen and discovered over


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STEVE
ERLANGER


the past 18 months is that if
we all work together we
can survive and thrive. All
of the communities we
cover, from Martin County
north to Volusia County,
(Daytona Beach area) are
filled with local businesses
doing business with
the locals. We wrote a
column for our annual gift
guide touting the benefits
of shopping local. Now it is
time to get serious.
We know there are
enough local people living
here year-round in our
communities (more than
were here during peak
season less than five years
ago), that if we can gener-
ate regular, consistent
business from the locals,
we will be successful. It's
time to promote local. It's
time to get creative, come
up with special offers for
the locals, those year-
round residents who can
shop your place of busi-
ness two, three, four times
a week.
Now, you must know, no
one is paying retail any-
more. I am not sure that
they will again. So you have
to come up with a new


strategy to get them into
your place of business.
Our local people, your
friends and neighbors, who
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and every business owner
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As a business owner, you
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Hometown News will
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future. We know that it has
been tough. It has been for
all of us. But we believe in
the power of partnerships.
If we all work together, we
will get out of this and get
out of this sooner rather
than later and stronger


than ever.
Hometown News will
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months we have signed up
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Steve Erlanger is publish-
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When grief becomes complicated


he first thing you learn
about the grieving
process is that it is a
process. It doesn't happen at
once and it doesn't happen
in a straight line. You don't
feel better and better every
day. You have good days
and bad ones.
The next thing you learn
is that there is no timetable.
Everyone grieves differently
and there isn't a right and
wrong way to do it or a time
when you should "get over
it."
In point of fact, you will
never get over the loss of a
loved one, but you will
begin to make a life for
yourself. Sometimes,
though, a grieving person
may find it hard to move on.
In my case, stress over a
scan that required a biopsy
and the death of my cat
exacerbated the grief from
my husband's death. I
began to get more
depressed and go into what
is called, in the lingo,
complicated grief.
Complicated grief needs
attention and if you or a


ALIVE
& WELL
SSHELLEY KOPPEL



loved one is feeling the
symptoms, you need to talk
to a professional. Having
complicated grief is not a
sign of weakness or failure
on your part and asking for
help is the best thing you
can do.
The following informa-
tion is from an informative
newsletter from The
Harbors Community Grief
Support Center of Treasure
Coast Hospice and is taken
from "UnderstandingYour
Grief" by Alan Wolfelt.
Wolfelt said that you
might be clinically
depressed if you do not
accept support, are irritable
and complain but do not
express anger, do not relate
the feelings of depression to
a loss, have a pervasive
sense of doom, project a
sense of hopelessness and


emptiness, have chronic
physical complaints,
generalized feelings of guilt
and a deep and ongoing loss
of self-esteem.
Many of these feeling are
present during the grieving
process, but the crucial
difference is that in the
clinical depression of
complicated grief, the
sufferer really doesn't see an
end in sight and the symp-
toms are always present.
There is no respite from the
pain.
One of the most interest-
ing things to me was how
normal it is to feel anger, not
only at the loss, but, at the
person who has died.
How dare they leave you
to cope with everything
yourself! It seems almost
unbelievable that you could
be angry with your loved
one, but that is normal.
When I started to get
depressed, feeling anger or
any other strong emotion
took more energy than I
possessed. I felt that I was
observing my life but wasn't
really part of it. I knew that


everyone around me was
worried. I had been going
for counseling but it seemed
as if more was needed. I
have been working with my
grief counselor at hospice,
but sometimes, additional
help is needed.
Next week I'll discuss
ways of dealing with
complicated grief.

Shelley Koppel is unable
to endorse specific treat-
ments for disease. Any
protocols for treatment or
testing she discusses are
accepted standards of
medical practice as recom-
mended by agencies such as
the American Academy of
Pediatrics or the American
Cancer Society. When she
draws from personal
experience, those are her
experiences and are not
medical recommendations.
She is the former editor of
"Today's HealthCare"
magazine and a member of
the NationalAssociation of
Science Writers. E-mail
questions to
skoppel@bellsouth.net.


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Eight-year-old Quay, Nesmith, of Sebastian, demonstrates his flying sidekick with senior instructor Greg DeFosses dur-
ing class July 22 at Sebastian Gym. The class as a whole took home 45 awards from the 2009 U.S. Open Martial Arts
Championships.


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times a week in preparation
for the championship.
"We keep it traditional
here, a very hard program
just like I was taught, but as
you can see, they can all do
it," Mr. DeFosses.
For competition purpos-
es, they were divided into
three divisions: Little Drag-
ons, ages 5 to 9, Tigers,
ages 10 to 39, and Dragon's
Den, ages 40 and up.
At 72, John Clare is the
oldest student at the
school. He began taking
martial arts classes two
years ago.
"It was something I
always wanted to do and
never made the time for,"
said Mr. Clare, a retired


psychologist.
In the competition, Mr.
Clare was awarded second
place in his division for tra-
ditional forms and fifth
place in traditional
weapons.
"I know that you can't
worry about what you can't
control, so I wasn't nerv-
ous, I just came to have a
good time" said Mr. Clare.
The art itself combines
mind, body and spirit and
an element of learning that
never really stops. That's
part of the appeal for him,
he said.
Gretchen Nelson, anoth-
er Dragon's Den member,
competed with a broken
foot, and took home a first-
place trophy and other
awards.
"I called my daughter to
tell her and my grandchild
came to the phone and


"I know that you can't worry about what you
can't control, so I wasn't nervous, I just came to
have a good time."

John Clare, 72
student


asked me, 'Are you doing
'Kung Fu Panda?' I laughed
and said yes, I was," said
Mrs. Nelson.
"Kung Fu Panda" is a
recent Dreamworks com-
puter animated film about
a panda that learns martial
arts to protect his city and
friends.
Normally, the middle
division, ages 10 to 39, gets
a lot of attention for get-
ting awards, and the seven
who competed did earn 16
awards, the most of any
division, but the younger


set earned 15 and the
Dragon's Den, with only six
members, won an impres-
sive 14 major places.
"It shows that it doesn't
matter how old you are.
You can do this and excel
with hard work and dedi-
cation," Mr. DeFosses said.
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Cronkite's legacy producing her own art


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SVERO VIBE
BARBARA
YORESH



I trusted him. And so,
according to poll results
in the 1970s, did
millions of other Ameri-
cans who viewed the late
newsmanWalter Cronkite
as a King Solomon-like
figure of supreme credibili-
ty, who could be relied on
to give us the unbiased
facts of a story.
Cronkite's career for CBS
News began in 1950, an
earlier age of television
news reporting before
today's widespread
punditry, which puts a
partisan slant on every
issue.
There were news
"anchormen" (the term
was coined to describe
Cronkite's role reporting
the 1952 Democrat and
Republican presidential
conventions) who reported
the news without trying to
become the news, as
Cronkite himself admon-
ished against.
And they did so in a way
that would have made
"Dragnet's" Sgt. Joe Friday
proud: just the facts.
But their news reporting
was no mere droning
reiteration of copy they
wrote themselves.
Cronkite, David Brinkley,
Chet Huntley and others
informed us with gravitas
and a fatherly-like pres-
ence.
It was good to have a
solid surrogate such as
Cronkite when the news
was bad and shocking.
There is no easy way to
tell America and the world
the president has been
shot in Dallas. But
Cronkite told us because
we needed to know.
And when updated
reports from Parkland
Hospital regarding John
Fitzgerald Kennedy's
condition were verified, it
was Cronkite who rocked
the world with the news
that America's 35th
president had died.
We who heard him were
stunned and moved to
immediate tears. And
while Cronkite's own
emotions were similarly
stirred, he monetarily
removed his glasses, wiped
away a tear and with iron
will, regained his shaken
See FINEST, B2


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH -After a
successful career teach-
ing art in schools for
more than 30 years, Vero
Beach artist Rita Bianco
Sprague is finally getting
a chance to produce art
works of her own.
The talented and con-
genial artist's paintings
will be featured in a spe-
cial showing entitled
"Rita Bianco Sprague -
Master of Color!" which
will be on exhibit from
Aug. 1 through Sept. 30 at
the Artists Guild Gallery
located at 44 Royal Palm
Pointe in Vero Beach.
A reception, free and
open to the public is set
for Friday, Aug. 7, from 5
to 7 p.m. Refreshments
will be served and fea-
tured artists on hand to
answer questions and
meet attendees.
Newly installed works
by other gallery members
will also be on display
and will encompass a
wide array of mediums
and subject matter.
Ms. Bianco Sprague
specializes in landscapes
and seascapes often
painted en plein air (out-
doors) and rendered in
acrylics using a colorful
and bold palette reminis-
cent of the French
Impressionist painters
she loves and from whom
she has drawn artistic


inspiration.
She received her degree
in art education at the
University of Miami and
a master's degree at the
State University of New
York at Stony Brook.
In addition to her for-
mal education, Ms. Bian-
co Sprague has studied
painting techniques with
such renowned artists as
Eugene Masson, Richard
Merrick and Charles
Gruppe.
She has held numerous
one-woman shows and
has been exhibited wide-
ly in many shows and gal-
leries in New York and
Florida.
While teaching kinder-
garten through college
art students was reward-
ing, Ms. Bianco Sprague
is happy to now have
time for her own creativi-
ty.
"I started with one
school and an art room
and by the time I finished
teaching art, I had 2,000
students a week among
three schools. I never had
time to pursue painting. I
couldn't teach and pro-
duce," she said.
Now that she has
retired, there is the time
and inspiration to paint.
"It was only after I
retired that I could con-
centrate. I love painting
and it's very satisfying.
Plus I love the people I
have met," Ms. Bianco


rPnuo uy Daru vuresn
Rita Bianco Sprague of the Artists Guild Gallery stands
in front of several of her paintings.


Sprague said.
She is a member of the
Vero Beach Museum of
Art and the Vero Beach
Art Club.
Before moving to Vero
Beach in late 1989, she
lived for 10 years on a
houseboat in Fort Laud-
erdale.
"We lived on the New
River and it was just mar-
velous. While I was there I
opened a consignment
store that grew into three.
"My aunt had lived in
Vero Beach, which we
found most attractive,
and we moved here look-
ing for a place to live on
land," Ms. Bianco
Sprague said.


For about 10 years, she
lived beachside and later
downsized to smaller
quarters.
"I got back into my art
and started painting. I
sold the consignment
stores (in Broward Coun-
ty) and opened one here,
but later closed it.
"Now I concentrate on
painting," Ms. Bianco
Sprague said.
Her days spent on the
houseboat no doubt
inspired her love for
aquatic subject matter.
"Almost every painting
I do has water in it.
There's something about

See TEACHER, B3


Out & about


THROUGH AUG. 1
SRiverside Children's
Theatre Summer Stage
presents "Big River," a musical
based on Mark Twain's
Huckleberry Finn in the Anne
Morton Theatre located at
3280 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach. The show runs
July 24, 25 and 31 at 7:30
p.m. and July 25, 26 and Aug.
1 at 1:30 p.m. Tickets may be
purchased at the Riverside
Theatre box office next door.
For ticket and additional
information, call (772) 231-
6990.

FRIDAY, JULY 31
Downtown Friday's
"Summer in the City" will be
held from 3:30 to 8:30 p.m.
on 14th Avenue between 21st
and 23rd Streets in downtown
Vero Beach. The popular street
party will feature a host of
activities, displays, entertain-


ment and food vendors.
Admission is free and there is
ample parking in the vicinity.

NOW THROUGH JULY 31
"Art Goes Green!" at the
Artists Guild Gallery through-
out July as gallery artists
showcase works created from
recycled objects including glue,
sticks, paint feathers, fabric,
hardware and more. Newly
installed traditional art will also
be on display in a wide array of
mediums and styles. The
exhibit is free and open to the
public. The Artists Guild Gallery
is located at 44 Royal Palm
Point in Vero Beach. Summer
hours are Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Saturday
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For more information, call
(772) 299-1234.


NOW THROUGH AUG.1


SThe Vero Beach Art Club
has issued a call to artists for
the successful "Art Trail Tour"
set for Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. This tour visits 10
artist's studios and gives artists
an opportunity to meet
directly with art enthusiasts
and sell their artwork. This
event kicks off the Vero Beach
Art Club season and is widely
promoted and advertised. The
selection process is open to all
talented artists living in Vero
Beach who meet certain
requirements and who are
willing to make their homes
accessible to the public. The
application fee is $20 and the
deadline to enter is Aug. 1.
Those interested maypick up
an application form at the
Vero Beach Art Club offices
located at the Vero Beach
Museum ofArt at 3001
Riverside Park Drive in Vero
Beach or by calling (772) 231-
0303 for more information.


SUNDAY, AUG. 2
SThe Young Adult depart-
ment of the Indian River
County Main Library will
present its first variety show
for students grades 6 through
12 at 2 p.m. Bands, singers,
actors, magicians are invited to
participate. Call Marla at
(772) 770-5060 ext 4121to
book your act or for more
information.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5- AUG. 8
The Vero Beach Recre-
ation Department's 35th
annual aerial antics circus will
be held at Saint Edward's
Upper School gym and
organizers are seeking anyone
who ever participated in the
circus to join in the first alumni
night, which will be held one
night during the run of the


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Finest
From page B1
composure to deliver the
news.
While the universe
seemed to crumble in that
instant, Cronkite's calm
strength held a nation and
world together.
The soothing, deep
resonance of that voice,
which was a broadcaster's
dream, carried us through
those dismally dark hours
and the depressing days
which followed.
I was 14 years old with a
father of my own to comfort


me, but somehow I knew
this sickening ordeal would
become more impression-
ably burned into my mind
because of Cronkite's
reporting.
We didn't know him
personally and yet some-
how, we felt we did.
Cronkite was like a parent
who would honestly and
forthrightly tell us what we
needed to know and in so
doing, give us the means
with which to deal with it.
But the news was not
always bad.
Forty years ago, when
Neil Armstrong set foot on
the moon, Cronkite was
"there" to chronicle the


most imaginative and
technological achievement
since the beginning of time.
Cronkite had reported
manned space programs
since the early days of
Project Mercury and would
remain on hand for lift-offs
through the beginning of
the space shuttle missions.
The wonder of it all was
made more so by his
knowledge and eloquence.
Vietnam. Cronkite
reported from the field in
the early days of 1968
following the Tet Offensive.
He filed an editorial report
in which he said both sides
were "mired in stalemate"
and he believed the fighting


would continue to escalate
on both sides to the brink of
nuclear war.
Cronkite opined in
February 1968 that negotia-
tion a "realistic yet
unsatisfactory conclusion"
- might be the only way to
end to the bloody conflict.
President Lyndon John-
son responded by noting "If
I've lost Cronkite, I've lost
middle America."
About two weeks later,
Johnson announced he
would not seek re-election.
Cronkite reported the
Watergate scandal, which
brought down President
Richard Nixon, and was on
final anchorman duty
during the Iran hostage
crisis.


It is likely that he retired
too soon, at age 64 in 1981,
passing the torch to Dan
Rather.
But his legacy as Ameri-
ca's premier newsman had
already been assured.
There have been others
who followed including
John Chancellor, Rather,
Tom Brokaw, Brian Williams
and Charles Gibson, each
with their own levels of
credibility.
But for those who
remember Walter Leland
Cronkite Jr. of St. Louis,
Mo., the son and grandson
of dentists, it is he who will
forever epitomize the finest
in news reporting.
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join Annie Grace Foster,
event chairwoman, and
her committee for a kick-
off reception from 6-8
p.m. on Aug. 4 at the Oak
Harbor Clubhouse in Vero
Beach.
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ness and funds to fight
breast cancer.
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Best-kept secrets: Do you know your limits?


I'm sure everyone has seen
a sale like this. The grocery
store will offer a great,
bargain price on an item, the
kind of item you might like to
buy quite a few of at a time.
But then, the store's advertise-
ment says, in small print,
"limit 4."
If you've been reading this
column for a while and saving
all your weekly coupon
inserts, it's likely that you have
accumulated multiple
coupons for the same item.
For this example, assume
you've been watching your
store's sale fliers and waiting
for yogurt cups to go on sale.
Finally, there they are, four for
$1, a great price. But then, of
course, you're disappointed to


note that you can only buy
four cups of yogurt. Time for
the fourth, best-kept coupon-
ing secret: how to "unlimit"
purchase limits.
At most stores, when a sale
item is advertised "limit 4," it
does not refer to the number
of total items of that type but,
rather, the variety of each
item.
With the yogurt example,
above, you would not be
limited to four cups of yogurt.
You'd be limited to four
vanilla, four peach, four
blueberry, four banana and so
on.
How does this work? When
purchase limits are put into
place for a sale, most stores
set the register to limit four
scans at the sale price on the


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bar code of that product. But
each variety of a product has
its own unique bar code. So
while the advertisement may
lead us to believe that we can
buy just four yogurt cups, we
can actually buy four of each
flavor.
If 12-packs of soda are on
sale "limit 5," we can buy five
12-packs of each variety of
soda.
As long as you don't exceed
the purchase limit on each


flavor, type or variety of an
item, you can essentially take
home as many of that item as
you want or need that day
and, in turn, buy as many as
you have coupons for. It's a
great way to beat the pricing
game, too, because sales with
purchase limits typically offer
an item at a low price in the
store's pricing cycle, too.
When the price hits that low,
it's the right time to buy as
many as you will need or use
until the price drops again.
So let's see how this sale
could work in my favor.
Because I've saved my
coupon inserts, I have six
coupons for 50 cents off four
cups of yogurt. I'm not limited
to just buying four cups; I'll
buy 24 today. Twenty-four


yogurt cups may seem like a
lot to buy at one time, but in
comparing the expiration
dates with the amount of
yogurt our household will
likely consume over the next
month, I know that our family
of five will eat it long before it
expires.
I buy four cups of each
flavor that I want, never
exceeding the purchase limit
of four for any of the flavors.
And wait until you see what I
pay.
With a 50-cent coupon for
each four I buy, my yogurt
now costs me just $3 for 24
cups, or just 12.5 cents each!
That's a fantastic price for
yogurt cups. By waiting to use
my yogurt coupons until
yogurt was deeply discount-


ed, I saved even more.
I've mentioned this before,
but the grocery stores in my
neighborhood do not double
coupons. But around the
country, many stores do.
Imagine if I were shopping in
a store that doubled coupons.
Each 50-cent coupon would
double to $1 in value and the
yogurt would be free. Now
that's super-couponing.
Jill Cataldo, a coupon
workshop instructor, writer
and mother of three, never
passes up a good deal. Learn
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Teacher
From page B1
water that speaks to me
and renews me," she said.
Ms. Bianco Sprague
enjoys another kind of
inspiration shared by
many of her fellow artists:
travel.
She will fly to Europe in
the fall with a group of


painters led by Gruppe who
is a seascape specialist.
She and three others will
visit Paris for several days
before joining the rest of
the group in Monaco.
"Then, every day, we'll go to
little towns along the French
Riviera to paint en plein air,"
Ms. Bianco Sprague said.
It will be painting in the
places visited by the French
Impressionist artists whose
unique style can be recognized


in Ms. Bianco Sprague's works.
No doubt the inspiration
gained from that outing will
result in new canvases which
celebrate the color and glory of
the outdoors.

For more information
about the Artists Guild
Gallery and works by Rita
Bianco Sprague, call (772)
299-1234 or visit online at
www.artistsguildgalleryver-
obeach.com.


Out
From page B1
circus.
Call Angie Holshouser at
(772) 978-4535 or Patty
Mattingly at (772) 567-2144 for
more information.

FRIDAY, AUG. 7
SThe second annual Light
Up Your Grill Night is set for
5:30 to 8 p.m. and presented
by the Sebastian River Area
Chamber of Commerce. More
than 20 local businesses in
Wabasso, Sebastian and
Roseland will open their doors
to the community giving area
residents and visitors an
opportunity to visit and enjoy
food, refreshments, prize
drawings and more. There will
be a contest for the best
watermelon (eaten or
carved!). A map with partici-
pating locates will be available
that afternoon at the chamber
offices located at 700 Main St
in Sebastian.
For more information, call
(772) 589-5969.

FRIDAY, AUG. 14
The Downtown Dine &
Design Summer Sizzler Stroll
will host its second event from
5 to 8 p.m. in the Vero Beach


historic downtown neighbor-
hood of 15th Avenue to Old
Dixie Highway and 20th to 18th
streets. Visitors will receive a
sticker to affix to a card while
shopping at participating
merchants that will later be
entered into a $50 cash prize
drawing, once 16 or 21 stickers
are collected. While strolling,
visitors will enjoy the music of
The Groove smooth jazz.


Additionally, merchants have
donated raffle prizes which will
be sold before and during the
event Proceeds will be donated
to the Vero Beach Main Street
and the Cultural Council of
Indian River County.
For more information and a
list of participating merchants,
call (772) 770-485Z


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By Jenet Krol
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CAPE CANAVERAL
Covering only 2.9 miles of
Brevard County, it's hard to
believe so many recreational
opportunities can be packed
into Cape Canaveral.
But, with the Atlantic
Ocean to the east, Port
Canaveral to the north and
the Indian River to the west,
it's all about water in Cape
Canaveral.
One of the city's main
attractions is Port Canaver-
al, where visitors can watch
enormous cruise ships glide
through the waters, get a
look at a Coast Guard Cutter,
or view wildlife such as dol-
phins and turtles, all while
sipping a cocktail or enjoy-
ing fresh seafood from one
of the many restaurants lin-
ing the port.
In the evening, the restau-
rants take on a nightlife of
their own, with DJs, karaoke
and dancing.
"It gets livelier when the
sun goes down," said Ros-
alind Postell-Harvey,
spokeswoman for the
Canaveral Port Authority.



Cancer
From page B2

The walk will take place
Oct. 17 at the Sebastian
River Medical Center,
13695 U.S. 1. Sebastian
River Medical Center is the
presenting sponsor for this
2009 Indian River County
event.
Participants organize
teams of two or more, and
each walker collects
pledges from families,
friends and co-workers.


For those who enjoy play-
ing in the water, Port
Canaveral is a gateway to
water adventures, with a
four-lane boat ramp which
allows boaters access to the
ocean and Banana River.
Boat ramps can also be
found at Rodney S. Ketcham
Park and Freddie Patrick
Park on the north side of the
port.
Deep-sea fishing charter
boats will take anglers miles
out into the ocean in pursuit
of trophy fish and Cocoa
Beach Parasail offers high-
flying adventures over the
waters, offering views of the
beaches and of Kennedy
Space Center.
Those who would like a
closer look at the aquatic
side of Cape Canaveral can
take a two-hour cruise with
Space Coast River Tours,
which travels through the
Canaveral Lock System,
which keeps the port waters
separate from the river.
For those fancying a date
with lady luck, Sun Cruz
Casino Lines offers six-hour
day and evening cruises,
seven days a week. After
traveling out of state waters,


Team leader kits are avail-
able at the kick-off or the
ACS office and each walker
is encouraged to raise a
minimum of $100.
A breast cancer sur-
vivor's reception will be
held at the Marriott Spring
Hill Suites in early October.

For more information,
call (772) 562-2272, Ext.
115.
For more information
about the kick-off recep-
tion, call (772) 562 2272,
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A 1,200-foot fishing pier is sands of Cape Canaveral.
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includes fish cleaning tables roll easily through the soft
with running water. sand and a built-in beach
Jetty Park also owns two umbrella holder offers


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free and available year-
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Travel east down almost
any street in the city to find
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Obituaries


Judith Ann Ortiz

Judith Ann Ortiz, 63, of
Vero Beach, died Friday,
July 17, 2009.
She was born in Long
Island, N.Y., and moved to
Vero Beach in 1949.
She was a homemaker
and of the Catholic faith.
She is survived by three
daughters, Kem, Tammy
and Dora; a son, David;
two brothers, Harold and
Johnny; three sisters,
Connie, Helen and Mary;
nine grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Cox-
Gifford-Seawinds Funeral
Home and Crematory.

George Brian
Chaddick

George Brian Chaddick,
43, of Vero Beach, died July
13, 2009.


He was born in Cape
Canaveral.
He is survived by his
mother, Beverly; three
sisters, Sandi, Jewl and
Sena; three nephews and
two nieces.
He was preceded in
death by his father, Gary
and a brother, Alan.
Arrangements by Cox-
Gifford-Seawinds Funeral
Home and Crematory, Vero
Beach.

Deborah Jane Skillin

Deborah Jane Skillin, of
Vero Beach, died July 15,
2009.
She was born in New
Britain, Conn., and moved
to Florida six years ago.
She worked for Aetna
Insurance as a computer
programmer.
She was a member of the
Church of Christ and was a


Christian Science practi-
tioner.
She was a member of the
American Association of
University Women and the
Principia Club.
She is survived by two
daughters, Marinne and
Linay; her fiance, Kenric
and two sisters, Patricia
and Jeanne.
Memorial contributions
may be sent to the
Longyear Museum, 1125
Boylston St., Chestnut Hill,
MA 02467. Arrangements
by Cox- Gifford-Seawinds
Funeral Home and Crema-
tory.

Rebecca Chatham
Ellison

Rebecca Chatham
Ellison, 53, died July 16,
2009.
She was a lifetime
resident of Vero Beach.
She was a member of


First Baptist Church of
Wabasso.
She is survived by a
daughter, Sarah; her
mother, Imogene and a
grandchild.
She was preceded in
death by her son, Michael
and her father, Thomas.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.

Karl Walter Konst

Karl Walter Konst, 62,
died July 13, 2009.
He was born in Hamilton,
Ohio, and lived in Vero
Beach for 28 years.
He graduated from Ohio
State University.
He served in the U.S.
Army during Vietnam.
He was science teacher
and girl's basketball coach
at Gifford Middle School for
19 years.
He was a member of First
Baptist Church of Vero
Beach.
He is survived by a son,
John; two brothers, Wayne
and James and three
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Sylvia.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the First
Baptist Church, 2206 16th
Ave., Vero Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home and Crema-
tory.


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PORT ST. LUCIE West:
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Pvt water setting, Com-
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stores, dining, etc.
$965/mo incl. cable/ lawn
maint. Possible lease op-
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NC MOUNTAIN LAND
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Must sell. Call owner
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$39,950.
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NC MOUNTAINS
2.5ACRE HOMESITE.
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SEBASTIAN 3/2/2 Great
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TN, MOUNTAIN CITY:
Beautiful 4 yr old 3/2/2
bonus room, basement,
w/mountain views, quiet
neighborhood. $350,000
423-727-9840
VERO BEACH- 4009
57th Terr, 3/2/2, large
screen pool in restricted
comm on culde sac. No
traffic great local, option
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1084 acres, $1850/acre.
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$800/mo 772-321-4045
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