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Vol. 7, No. 10 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, December 4,


HOW WEIRD
IS THAT?!
SEAN MCCARTHY


pend any time 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 NBCLosAngeles.com:
Man discovers biological
father is Charles Manson
When Los Angeles disc
jockey Matthew Roberts
began searching for his
biological parents 12 years
ago, there's no way he could
have imagined the truth he'd
eventually discover. His
father is serial killer Charles
Manson. "I didn't want to
believe it. I was frightened
and angry. It's like finding out
that Adolf Hitler is your
father. I'm a peaceful person
trapped in the face of a
monster," Roberts told The
Sun.
Roberts, 41, said through
letters with Manson he has
confirmed the serial killer is
his father. Manson remains
in jail for the 1969 murders of
actress Sharon Tate and six
others.
From sfgate.com: Sparkling
reindeer-dung jewelry sells
atzoo
Sparkly reindeer-dung
necklaces are going on sale at
an Illinois zoo that hopes to
attract the same holiday
shoppers who swept up its
dung Christmas ornaments
lastyear.
The limited-edition
Magical Reindeer Gem
necklaces will debut Friday at
the Miller Park Zoo in
Bloomington. The $15
pendant necklaces contain
dried, sterilized reindeer
droppings sprayed with
glitter on a beaded chain.
They'll be available at the
zoo's gift shop, or by mail for
$20. The ornaments are back,

See WEIRD, A5



TWO TALENTS


A Vero Beach dentist
restores mouths and
creates art



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low: 58; high tide: 11:26 a.m.; low tide:
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Classified B7 Police Report AS
Obituaries A7 Star Scopes 81
Out & About B1 Viewpoint A6


Mud bog racing


runs out of gas in Fellsmere


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com

FELLSMERE Organizers of
Mud Bog Mania events held in the
old Mesa Park have shut down the,
scheduled events through the end
of the year, Fellsmere officials
said.
The mud bog races were
brought back to Fellsmere by
Treasure Coast Motorsports Park


and locals were excited about the
possibilities, but a stalled start
has ended the dream.
The day-long events were
hailed as economy-boosting, and
uplifting to the community, but a
lack of participation and compli-
ance on the part of the people
who did participate resulted in
the shutdown, according to an e-
mail from Treasure Coast Motor-
sports Park managing partner Ike


Heckler Jr., to
Fellsmere city man-
ager Jason Nune-
maker and others.
"Based upon the
low racer and
spectator counts
and the high cost
of producing a single
Mud Bog Mania event, I have
decided to liquidate the Mud Bog
Mania facility," Mr. Heckler wrote


in
the e-mail.
See RACING, A4


High school concert


showcases all facets


of musical talent


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com

SEBASTIAN -- Like light
refracted through a crystal, the
talent of students at Sebastian
River High School will shine dur-
ing the annual Prism concert this
weekend.
The 16th annual Prism concert
will showcase all of the bands, the
school chorus and the flag team
of Sebastian River High School in
a variety of music styles and gen-
res.
, Countless hours .of practice
both at school and at home go
into making the winter concert
an outstand performance every
year, and this one should meet
everyone's expectation, the direc-
tor of bands said.
"We cater to a wide range of
crowds," said Joel Pagan, who
took the lead director position
after former director Eric Allen
left to pursue a doctorate degree.
The performance traditionally
begins with a lively rendition of
the Christmas favorite, "Sleigh
Ride" he said, but the music is not
just holiday themed. The presen-
tation of the music is different
than a usual concert, he added.
"We'll have large groups do
numbers o n the main stage, and
then in between, we'll have small


groups playing from different
locations in the auditorium, from
the balcony, from the front, from
the back," said Mr. Pagan.
Kathryn Carnell, a sophomore,
described the concert as "eclec-
tic."
"It's different in a good way. If
you like small ensembles, we'll
have that, if you like big band,
we'll have some of that. We've got
jazz and. even steel .drums," said
Kathryn, who plays the saxo-
phone.
DeannaThacker, one of 38 sen-
iors in the band, has participated
in Prism concerts all four years in
high school
"It's very exciting for one, but
it's also really hectic," said Dean-
na, a percussionist.
One of the numbers she is look-
ing forward to hearing is an
insuunental version of the Mario
Bros. theme song.
"We have everything you can
think of in the concert," she said
with a smile.
In addition to instrumental
music, the school chorus will per-
form some numbers, showcasing
the school's vocal instruments.
"Basically, you'll be immersed
in music for two hours straight,"
said Mr. PagAn.
The idea for having "surround
See CONCERT, A2


tdan pnuio uy Jessta Tuggle
Sophomore saxophonist Kathryn Carnell practices the opening number, to
Sebastian River High School's annual Prism concert in band class.


Beach erosion control topic of upcoming county meeng
By Jessica Tuggle between private upland sion control line. ed parties would be those control line in perpetuity
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com property and state-owned The meeting is scheduled directly on the beachfront and will go in the platt books
Underwater property, coun- for Dec. 14, at 7 p.m. in the property from Ambersand as an official property line,
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY ty staff said. Sea Grape Room at Disney's .Beach to Cartlon Condo- Mr. Gray said.
- Beaches in the north Indian River County Vero Beach Resort. miniums. The particular section,
county area have been given coastal engineering staff County coastal engineer The erosion control line approximately 5.5 miles in
plenty of attention lately, and representatives from James Gray said public would set an official proper- length, can only be estab-
thanks to discussions on the Department of Environ- notices were sent to- all ty line for those beachfront lished with an erosion con-
types of sand used to re- mental Protection notified property owners within owners based on the mean trol line because the beach is
nourish the area. The next sector three beachfront 1,000 feet of the proposed high water line, the notice classified by the state as
step in the permitting property owners last week of erosion control line, about said. Because the mean high "critically eroded," Mr. Gray


process involves setting up a
permanent division


an upcoming meeting to
discuss establishing an ero-


Three arrested for


questioning in


Sebastian death


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN Three
men are still in police cus-
tody after a Sebastian man
was fatally shot the day
after Thanksgiving, Nov.
27. A 911 call led to the
arrest of three suspects,
police officials said.
John Torres, 45, was
taken to an emergency
room after being shot in
his upper torso while at the
Pelican Isle apartment
complex around 8:30 p.m,,


according to a statement
released by the Sebastian
Police Department. He
later died from his injuries.
The original 911 callers
reported gun shots and
gave officers a description
of the shooting suspect
and said two others were
waiting in a vehicle in a
nearby parking lot.
An Indian River County
deputy was in the area
responding to the call
when he saw a vehicle
See DEATH, A5


950 households, but that in
actuality, the most interest-


water line is dynamic, this
decision will fix the erosion


See EROSION, A4


Headless panther found;


reward offered for information


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
officials are looking for leads
in a case involving the decap-
itation of an endangered
Florida panther.
Wildlife officers responded
to a report of a dead panther
missing its head at about 2
p.m. Nov. 19. According to the
report, the body was found
on the shoulder of the road
on the southbound side of
the Florida Turnpike near the
Indian River and Osceola
county lines, near Yeehaw


Junction.
Florida panthers are on
both state and federal endan-
gered lists, said Joy Hill, a
FWC public information offi-
cer.
"It is against the law ,to
intentionally kill them, it's a
felony, and is unlawful to pos-
sess parts of them, so I don't
understand why someone
would want the head," said
Ms. Hill.
The remains were found
partially decomposed and
badly damaged, she said.
There are only an estimat-
ed 117 adult and young adult
panthers left in Florida,
according to FWC reports.


Staff from FWC capture
panthers to fit them with
radio collars to track popula-
tion and territories.
A necropsy on the headless
panther is planned in an
attempt to learn more about
how the panther died, Ms.
Hill said.
The state charges for some-
one convicted of killing the
endangered animal is up to
five years in jail and/or up to a
$5,000 fine, Ms. Hill said.
On the federal side, a crimi-
nally convicted individual
would face up to a year in
prison and a $100,000, or a

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Joel Pagan,
director of
bands at Sebast-
ian River High
School, leads the
wind band in
warming up. All
of the bands will
be featured in
the 16th annual
Prism concert at
the school this
weekend.



Staff photo by
Jessica Tuggle

Concert
From page Al
sound" performances all over
a concert hall, as opposed to a
traditional main stage only
concert, originated at Florida
State University, and has been
a very popular concert format
in Sebastian, Mr. Pagan said.
Tickets are still available for
all performances, which
include evening performanc-
es Friday through Sunday at 7
p.m. and two matinees, Sat-
urday and Sunday at 2 p.m.
This year, with the cuts
taken to school budgets,


fundraising is more impor-
tant than ever, said band sec-
retary Lynn Albury.
Money raised at the con-
cert fundraiser will go toward
funding travel for field trips
andcompetitions, hiring sup-
plemental instructors for spe-
cial workshops, sheet music
and much more, Ms. Albury
said.
Though the budget was
cut, none of the programs
offered in the music depart-
ment had to be cut this year
and the high standard of
musicianship hasn't fallen
either, she said.
The performance level of


the students is consistently
excellent, as is evidenced by
their recent honors as first
runner-up at the Crown Jewel
Marching Band Festival in
Vero Beach, and best in class
in every category a the Palm
Meadow Invitational in
Naples, she said.
"This show really is the
beginning of the holiday sea-
son in Sebastian and we hope
to have a good response this
year from the public who
always support us," said Ms.
Albury.
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For Hometown News
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TREASURE COAST -
Seacoast National Bank
delivered thousands of
pounds of food that were
donated at the bank's 29
branch locations in Indian
River, St. Lucie, Martin and
Palm Beach counties as a
result of the 2009 Food For
Families community food
drive.
For the second year as the
food drive sponsor, the
bank gathered non-perish-
able food donations, which
will be distributed within
the county where it was
gathered, through estab-
lished, nonprofit organiza-
tions that distribute food to
economically challenged
families and individuals.
"We are grateful for the
unprecedented amount of
donations that were


Photo courtesy of Seacoast Bank
Seacoast employees gather food for families that will be delivered via nonprofit organiza-
tions to Indian River County residents. From left: Justin Sapienza, Regina Kidwell Jody Jef-
ferson and Sheila Smith.


brought into our branches
this year," said Dennis Hud-
son, chairman and CEO of
Seacoast National Bank.
"Our employees, cus-
tomers and the community
as a whole opened their


hearts and pantries to help
those less fortunate."
Although the bank does-
n't have an official account-
ing of the amount of food
donated this year at this
time, the 2008 Food For


Families drive resulted in
882,022 pounds of food
gathered that benefited 110
nonprofit organizations
that feed families in need
and the homeless on a reg-
ular basis.


Panther
From page Al
$200,000 fine per organiza-
tion.


Ms. Hill said that there is a
reward of $1,000 offered for
information leading to an
arrest in this case.
Anyone with information
can call (888) 404-3922.


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Cardiac nurses, dietary, counselor will be available
to take your individual questions about
living with, and managing congestive heart failure.
Wednesday, December 9th at 3.00 p.m.
Sebastian River Medical Center
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(Just North of Roseland Road)
For information or reservations,
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'Santa's for Seniors' holiday gift drive underway


For Hometown News season due, in no small part,
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ship of Florida Eye Institute.
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY- This year, organizers are
The Florida Eye Institute, the challenging the community
United Way of Indian River to "fill the bus." The Senior
County and the Senior Resource Association has
Resource Association's donated time on an SRA
"Santa's'for Seniors" holiday Community Coach and the
gift drive will run through organizers goal is to fill the
Dec. 18. bus with unwrapped presents
The. program provides sen- for seniors in need.
iors, who otherwise might not The campaign will launch
receive gifts this holiday sea- on Dec. 5, from 8 a.m.-noon at
son, with a care package from Florida Eye Institute, 2750
the community. Indian River Blvd., in Vero
In recognition of the grow- Beach.
ing numbers of seniors living Free refreshments and
on fixed incomes, the pro- vision screenings will be
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day. A second day will take
place at the Indian River Mall
on Dec. 12 (outside Macy's)
from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
The public is also asked to
provide unwrapped presents
to seniors by bringing the fol-
lowing requested items,
unwrapped, to an RBC Bank
location or United Way offices
at 1836 14thAve. in downtown
Vero Beach.
A variety of personal care
items are needed including:
clothing (robes, sweatpants,
sweatshirts, pajamas); house-
hold items such as non-per-
ishable food, sheets, towels,
blankets; cleaning supplies,
..such .as_ sponges, shower
cleaner and toile bb\l clean-
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er; personal care items, such
as soap, body lotion, sham-
poo and conditioner and
bandages, as well as tradition-
al gift items such as gift cards
from Publix or Walmart, CD
players and music (holiday,
gospel and Big Band request-
ed), large- print books, gift
bags, stationary and stamps.
Volunteers and staff from
the Senior Resource Associa-
tion will then sort, bundle and
wrap the gifts for their clients
in need.
A full list of the specific items
needed (complete with sizes) is
available on the United Way
Web site at www.united-
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY-
The following events will take
place during December at
Indian River Medical Center.
*"Health Talk" TV show,
sponsored by IRMC, on
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include menopause, surgery
to cure snoring, partners in
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'We Care' program, physi-


cians giving back to the com-
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p.m. Visit healthtalk@irmc.cc
for questions, comments and
suggested topics.
19th annual tree of lights,
tree lighting ceremony.
Fundraiser hosted by the aux-
iliary. Purchase a light in
honor or in memory of a loved
one. Dec. 9, 6 p.m. Across
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Call (772) 567-4311, Ext. 1133.
*Ostomy support group
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Celebration" Dec. 10, 4 p.m.
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Walcott, founder of the Vero
Beach Qigong Society Dec.
11, noon-2 p.m. at the cancer
center at IRMC. Call (772)
567-4311, Ext. 2453, for more
information.
Bariatric support group,
Dec. 15, 6 p.m. Ambulatory
Services Center lobby. Call
(772) 794-1437 for more infor-
mation.
Cardiac/pulmonary rehab
center, IRMC, first floor. 12-
week cardiac rehabilitation
program, five-week pul-
monary rehabilitation pro-
gram" (772) 567-4311, Ext.
2410. Insurance reimbursable
for those medically qualified.
eMaternity tour Dec. 5, 11


Racing
From page Al
Non-compliance by the
racers in not installing
mufflers and refusals to
pay requested entry fees
were also part of his deci-
sion to close, the e-mail
said.
Though the events have
been canceled, and its
failure could be viewed as
a negative for the com-
munity, Mr. Nunemaker
sees a little differently.
"A net positive that
came out of all this is that
we create a special events
permitting process," said
Mr. Nunemaker.


Erosion
From page Al


said.
The public workshop will
give property owners a
chance to ask questions and
to voice any concerns they
have about the line, he said.
At the end of the presenta-
tion and workshop, the
meeting will move to a pub-
lic hearing to establish the
line.


a.m. and 1 p.m. IRMC lobby,
Call (772) 567.4311, Ext. 2161.
Reservations required.
Evening Lamaze class,
Dec. 7 and 14, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
IRMC fourth floor classroom
presented by Shared Begin-
nings. Call (772) 562-5381 or
go to ww.sharedbegin-
nings.orgfor information, fees
and to make reservations.
Family time with Santa,
Dec. 11, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Pre-
sented by Shared Beginnings.
Call (772) 562.5391 or go to
www.sharedbeginnings.org
for location, information, fees
and to make reservations.
Breastfeeding and post-
delivery class, Dec. 16, 6:30-
8:30 p.m. IRMC fourth floor
classroom. Presented by
Shared Beginnings. Call (772)
562.5381 or go to
www.sharedbeginnings.org
for information, fees and to
make reservations.
One-day Lamaze program
class Dec. 19,9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
IRMC fourth floor classroom.
Call (772) 562.5381 or go to
www.sharedbeginnings.org
for more information and to
make reservations.


"We're hoping that
someone will come along
and seize the opportunity,
whether it's motor sports
or another entity, to use
the unique facility that we
have," he said.
The motorsports park
had plans to expand into
other types of racing
events, beginning with
the Sebastian Dragway
and the Fellsmere Speed-
way, but the future of
those facilities is
unknown at this time, Mr.
Heckler said in the e-
mail.
Mr. Heckler did not
return phone calls for fur-
ther questions by press
time.


Mr. Gray said that the
paperwork for the., erosion
:control line can be complet-
ed by Feb. 1, but if something
happens to delay or deny the
line from being established,
it would throw off the whole
project.
"If we don't get it (the ero-
sion control line), we don't
get sand," Mr. Gray said.
For more information,
call(772) 226-1344, or view
the public notices online at
www.ircgov.com.


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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

David Ryan LaBonte, 21,
718 Concha Drive, Sebastian,
was charged with burglary of a
dwelling and grand theft.
*Cynthia Ann McCarthy, 48,
668 Helicon Terrace, Sebast-
ian, was charged with driving
while license suspended,
habitual offender and misde-
meanor charges of failure to
sign summons and giving a
false name while detained.
*Jennifer Suzanne
Comiskey, 32, 917 Louisiana
Ave., Sebastian, was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance.
Anthony Malanro, 32, 451
Banks Road, Margate, Pom-
pano Beach, was charged with
burglary of a dwelling.
Roseann Elizabeth Miller,
21, 421 Pine St., Sebastian,
was charged with third-
degree grand theft, uttering a
forged or counterfeit bill,
check or draft and a misde-
meanor charge of first-degree
petit theft.

Fellsmere
Police Department

Maria Magdalena, 29, 175
S. Hickory St., Fellsmere, was
charged with aggravated bat-
tery, domestic violence.


Indian River County
Sheriffs Office
*Charles Kenneth Chas-
teen, 21, 5185 85th St., Vero
Beach, was charged with cul-
tivation of marijuana.
Logan Richard Finethy, 20,
2047 38th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with third-
degree grand theft and a mis-
demeanor charge of violation
of probation.
John Michael Gartlan, 430
13th Place Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with pos-
session and cultivation of
marijuana.
Marita L. Hutchinson, 34,
3000 Fourth St., Vero Beach,
was charged with grand theft.
Lanice Michelle Justice,
20, 2050 1 th Ave., Apt. 7, Vero
Beach, was charged with sale
and possession of cocaine.
Rebecca Marie McKinney,
26, 1145 Seventh St. South-
west, Vero Beach, was charged
with dealing in stolen proper-
ty and a misdemeanor charge
of giving false information to a
pawn broker.
LoganWeir Riddell, 19,514
N. Valencia Circle, S.W, Vero
Beach, was charged with leav-
ing the scene of an accident
with injury.
Tory Jacinto, 20, 3698 63rd
Ave., Vero Beach, was charged
with sale or possession of
cocaine.
Michael Thomas Ziegler,
40, 1825 14th Ave. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine and a
misdemeanor charge of pos-
session of marijuana.
Montraveious L. Banner,
4316 28th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with possession


of a firearm, ammunition or
electric devices by a convicted
felon and a misdemeanor
charge of resisting arrest with-
out violence.
*Kendall Joseph
Batholomew, 33, 3809
Osborne Ave., East, Tampa,
was charged with two counts
of failing to appear in court on
charges of criminal use of per-
sonal identification informa-
tion, uttering a forged bill,
check or draft, uttering a
forged instrument, third-
degree grand theft, fleeing or
eluding police, tampering
with evidence, conspiracy to
commit third-degree grand
theft and resisting arrest with-
out violence.
*Jamion Leonard Mayes, 18,
138 Admiral Circle, Sebastian,
was charged with violation of
probation. He was on proba-
tion for battery.
*Ramon Ariel Rodriguez,
23,856 16th Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with felony bat-
tery and misdemeanor
charges of possession of mari-
juana and drug paraphernalia
and no valid drivers' license.
George A. Sanchex, 23,
2533 Second St. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged with
failure to appear in court for
aggravated battery on a preg-
nant woman.
Lehoter Pleshette St. Aime,
35, 4730 40th Ave., Apt. 40,
Vero Beach, was charged with
child abuse and aggravated
assault.
Martrez Antonio Barnes,
25, 2215 43rd St., Vero Beach,
was charged with violation of
probation and a misde-
meanor charge of criminal
mischief. He was on proba-
tion for possession of cocaine


and tampering with evidence.
Lacey Bordett Dahl, 42,
2416 30th Ave. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged with
grand theft of an automobile.
*Stephen Mikel Gee, 22,
6260 58th Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
ofoxycodone,
Tyra Gail Gerald, 47, 3116
Swift St., Melbourne, was
charged with grand theft and
a misdemeanor charge of giv-
ing a false name while
detained.
Kerry Catherine Kent, 18,
6164 57th Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with two counts
of fraudulent use of a credit
. card and two counts of for-
gery.
Kevin Byrn Nottage, 49, 52
Darby Cay, Lot 52, Vero Beach,
was charged with third-
degree grand theft.
Nelson Joseph Simmons,
19, 2318 Second Ave. South-
east, Vero Beach, was charged
with burglary of a dwelling
and third-degree grand theft.
Robert Allen Swantee, 22,
51 N. Hickory St., Fellsmere,
was charged with five counts
of aggravated assault with a
deadlyweapon.
Thomas Jason Hrusovsky,
30, 2665 68th Square, Vero
Beach, was charged with pre-
scription fraud.
Marshall Edward Leslie,
45, homeless, was charged
with grand theft of an auto-
,mobile.
Jerry Eugene Mckenzie,
49, 1261 29th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with sale of mari-
juana.
*SokolTurkaj, 31, 582122nd
St., Vero Beach, was charged
with third-degree grand theft
and a misdemeanor charge of


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shoplifting/retail theft.
SJozell Williams, 26, 12915
100th Lane, Fellsmere, was
charged with possession of
cocaine.
*Daniel Lee Presley, 43, 5090
33rd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with driving while
license suspended, habitual
offender, and a misdemeanor
charge of refusing to sign a
citation.
Deann Lorraine Pyke, 21,
1055 Eighth Place, Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
of a controlled substance and
a misdemeanor charge of
driving under the influence.
April Michelle Riggins, 36,
1215 12th Court Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft and
misdemeanor charges of issu-
ing worthless checks.
William Edward Votruba,
34,1265 35thAve.,Vero Beach,
was charged with driving
while license suspended with
knowledge.
*Veronica Michelle
Ammen, 24, 2508 North 58th
St., Tampa, was charged with
criminal violation of a domes-
tic violence injunction.
Patricia Hempstead,"31,
324 14th Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with thid-


degree grand theft.
*. Candi Lynn Jackson, 27,
4825 38th Circle, Apt. 103,
Vero Beach, was charged with
failure to return leased or
hired property.
*MaryEllen Jane Kinchen,
32, 11025 Mulberry St., Sebas-
tian, was charged with two
counts of felony petit theft
and a misdemeanor charge of
use of fraudulently obtained
or false receipt.
Joseph Edward Morin, 27,
6600 U.S. 1, Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
cocaine and misdemeanor
charges of possession of drug
paraphernalia and no valid
driver's license.
*Francis Ostrowski, 37, 1044
Palmetto Ave., Sebastian, was
charged with aggravated bat-
tery
Grayson Michael Wise, 26,
450 11th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with organized fraud
and uttering a forged instru-
ment
Leon Corloyd Rose, 19,
2836 48th St, Apt 103, Vero
Beach, was charged with pos-
session of marijuana and
' 'eine with intent to sell and
possession of a firearm by a
delinquent.


Weird
From page Al

and 450 have already sold this
season. About 1,500 are still
available for $7.50, or $10 by
mail.
From msnbc.msn.com:
Woman loses benefits over
Facebookphotos
A Canadian woman on sick
"" leave for depression said she


would fight an insurance
company's decision to cut her
benefits after her agent found
photos on Facebook of her
vacationing, at a bar and at a
party.
Nathalie Blanchard said she
was diagnosed with major
depression and receiving
monthly sick leave benefits
until payments dried up this
fall. When she called her
insurance provider to find out
h\, she was told he Fjace-


book photos showed she was
able to work. Blanchard said
she took three four-day trips
when she was feeling low, on
her psychiatrist's advice.
From gazetteonline.com:
Police find mail carrier
drunk, eating noodles
Police and postal authori-
ties are investigating the case
of a mail carrier who was
allegedly found drunk inside
a residence while on thejob.
Police said the postal


worker, 46, was charged with
public intoxication Nov. 3
after she was found sitting on
the kitchen floor of a 95-year-
old woman's house, eating
.leftover noodles from her
refrigerator.
Police Lt. Steve Etzel said
the woman apparently
entered the home through an
unlocked front door.
Postmaster Rick Leyen-
decker said the woman is
currently on unpaid leave.


Death
From page Al
matching the description
given in the 911 call.
He stopped the vehicle and
confirmed the description of
the shooting suspects
matched the people in the
vehicle.
All three men were arrested
and taken to the county jail.
At press time, no bond
amount had been released.


Brian J. Smith, 29, of the
1400 block ofVander Avenue,
S.E., Palm Bay was charged
with murder; Lucien D. Dort,
23, of the 1700 blockof Hazel-
ton Street, N.W, Palnri"Bay
was charged with being an
accessory to a murder; and
Marciano R. Dort, 29, of the
1100 block of Emerson Drive,
Palm Bay was charged with
trafficking in oxycodone.
The investigation is still
ongoing, Sebastian Police
Officer Steve Marcinik said.


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Cash catastrophe

While he will be in big trouble with the spin doctors in
the Obama administration, White House budget director
Peter Orszag has, admitted that the current federal
spending spree is endangering the economy and that
"deficits of this size are serious and ultimately unsustain-
able."
They call it a "shortfall," but with red ink of $9 trillion
over the next 10 years, it is more like a catastrophe.

Healthcare reform

Politicians are claiming their "reform" of our health
care-system will be "self-financed," but one blogger has
acknowledged this "subterfuge is historically necessary
to get great reforms enacted."
It has been known for some time, but now the elephant
is out of the room. So-called health care reform is
designed to make the public dependent on the govern-
ment and the costs will be placed squarely on the shoul-
ders of each and every one of us.

Don't buy into public option

Anyone who believes bureaucrats when they try to sell
the "public option" is really buying a pig in a poke.
No one knows how Washington will change our health
care but some things are certain. They do not know that
things'will get better. They could get worse. And no one
knows how much these changes will cost. They probably
will get much better.
Of course, taxpayers will be forced to pay the higher
price tag.

Vaccine shortages

Since Ihe government Is running the show when it
comes to the distribution of vaccines, why is the supply
so limited, why is the system so inefficient and why are
some physicians recommending that if they do get sup-
plies they will be forced to offer only split doses?
This mess could be a preview of how the government
will operate if and when the politicians are able to take
over our entire health care system.

Disney in China?

I heard they are going to build a Disney World in China.
I sure hope they use a lot of Chinese drywall during con-
struction.

Flu prevention

You see so much about what to do when you get the
H1N1 virus, but what do we do to prevent it?
I know one thing is dressing properly. Stop wearing the
same things you would wear when it's 95 degrees outside.
It's getting chilly, so cover up. You can get sick that way.
And people should eat better and have a better diet.
Women have to do a better job feeding their husbands
before they go out to work. They need a power breakfast,
just like the children.

Editor's note: In several articles that have appeared in
Hometown News about the HIN1 flu virus, the No. 1 rec-
ommendation from medical personnelfor staying healthy
is frequent hand-washing.

Cell phone laws

There's been a lot of talk about passing laws regarding
talking on phones while on cell phones.
Start giving them tickets when they don't use a turn sig-
nal. They only have two hands. One hand on the steering
wheel, one on a cell phone and no hand to turn on the
turn signal. That should start making them put the
phone down.




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When to call for tech support


ell, it finally hap-
pened.Your
computer has issues
and it's time to call for help It
happens to every computer
user eventually, that dreaded
call to tech support.
This week, I will share some
tips that can make that
inevitable call to tech
support go smoothly.
The first question that you
have to ask yourself is: "Who
are you going to call?" That
answer depends on the
issues you are having.
For instance, if you are
having Internet connection
issues, you may want to call
your Internet provider (AOL,
AT&T, Comcast, Road
Runner or whoever you are
using to connect to the
Internet).
If you are having hardware
issues, such as problems
accessing a printer or other
device, you may need to
contact support for that
device.
For problems with Win-
dows (Windows won't load,
etc.), a call to Microsoft's tech
support may be in order.
If you are having problems
with the computer itself
(getting errors or beep codes
as soon as you turn it on),
you maywant to call the
manufacturer of the comput-


COMPUTE
THIS
SEAN MCCARTHY


That's a lot of decisions to
make even before calling, but
you need to be clear about
the nature of the problem.
Answering these questions
beforehand will help clarify
your issues before you make
the call.
Also, don't forget the
warranty. Some devices may
carry warranties that last
years. It would be frustrating
to fix or replace a device only
to find out you could have
had it fixed under warranty.
Once you're clear on whom
to call and why, sit in front of
the computer when you
make the call. There is little
that any phone support
technician can do for you if
you are not sitting in front of
the machine. You have to be
his "eyes and ears" so make
sure that, when you call for
help, you are at your com-
puter.
After spending some time
on hold, (nothing I can help
with there) you will finally get
someone on the line.
Remember: This person is
new to your issue and has no


idea what you have or have
not tried yet. He's going to
ask you questions and
perhaps have you click some
things.
Even if he is having you
click something you have
already clicked, comments
such as, "I already tried
that," don't help. He hasn't
tried anything yet and
needs to start somewhere.
Also keep in mind that
even if your tech support
person has a thick accent,
he probably does this 40
hours a week and knows
exactly what he's looking for.
When he asks you to click
something and you don't
immediately see it, don't
instantly reply with, "I don't
have that." Do a thorough
scan of all of the icons in
whatever screen you are
looking in and make sure.
Nine times out of 10, you'll
find it.
Follow the directions the
support person gives you,
and try not to get distracted
by all the other stuff that will
pop up on the way. Stay
focused on his or her
instructions and you'll
usually get through most
issues quickly and without
too much frustration.
Hopefully, you won't have
to make that call, but when
you do, having as much


information in front of you
will help. Things such as any
specific error messages that
may be popping up, what
you were doing when the
problem occurred and so
on. This information is
invaluable to the tech
support person on the other
end of the phone.
If you have a "quick
question," that's great. Just
remember that 99 percent
of all tech support calls are
just quick questions. It's the
answer that can drag on for
hours.
So, how did I come up
with this week's subject
matter? Well, I used to work
in a phone support center
and spent better than 10
hours a week on the phone
helping people walk
through their computer
issues. I still fix computers,
and'over the years I found
that the calls that go
quickest are the ones where
the caller is at least a little
prepared, in front of the
computer when they call
and follow my instructions
precisely without getting
distracted along the way.

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


Fighting seasonal affective disorder


he days get shorter at
this time of year, even
in Florida. Many of us
start to feel a little blue.
Those of us who came
from the north are familiar
with the "winter blues,"
when the days get short and
gray, the trees grow bare and
everything seems damp and
cold.
For many of us, escaping
the depression that came
with the winter weather was
a major reason for coming to
Florida to live, and snow-
birds continue to come here
each winter for our "best
season."
While the winter blues
may not be as severe in the
south, it is still a reality for
many people. Even in
Florida, the days grow
shorter and there are far
fewer hours of sunlight each
day. It can be sunny at 3
p.m. and dark by 4:30!
Those of us who are
susceptible to the "winter
blues" or seasonal
affective disorder, as it is
medically known need to
be alert, understand the
symptoms and take action to
ease the distress of SAD.
The first thing you need to
know is that SAD is a
recognized form of depres-
sion that has been linked to a
biochemical imbalance in
the brain. The imbalance is
brought on by the shorter
days and lack of sunlight. It
is real!
Some symptoms of SAD
include: excessive sleeping,
increased appetite and


weight gain (people often
turn to comfort food and
crave starches and sugars),
irritability, difficulties with
other people, especially
feelings of rejection, a heavy,
leaden feeling on the arms
and legs.
The American Psychiatric
Association (www.healthy-
minds.org) suggests a variety
of treatments that are
effective in managing or
staving off SAD.
The first thing to try is to
increase exposure to
sunlight. If possible, take a
walk or arrange an office or
room so that you are
exposed to a window. If you
work in a cubicle, try to get
out on your lunch hour. A
walk also decreases stress
and exercise has been found
to help with the symptoms
ofSAD.
If your symptoms don't go
away, or affect your daily life,
then it's time to seek help. A
professional trained in the
treatment of depression may
recommend several treat-
ments including some
traditional measures such as
talk therapy and anti-
depressants.
However, he or she may
also recommend light
therapy, which has been very
effective in treating SAD.


This involves exposure to a
bright light from a special
fluorescent light box for
between 30 to 90 minutes a
day during the winter. Many
people notice improvement
within a few days, while
other may take a few weeks
to see improvement. If there
is none at all, other treat-
ments may be necessary.
Before investing in a bright
light device, you should
consult with your physician,
because people with certain
eye conditions and sensitivi-
ty to light may not be good
candidates for the treat-
ment.
In addition, someone
should monitor your
progress, to see how you are
feeling, and if the treatment
is appropriate for you.
Light therapy devices
range from metal boxes to
portable lamps. They
contain white fluorescent
light bulbs behind a diffuser,
so the light is at a downward
angle, allowing more to enter
the eyes. The diffuser
spreads the light evenly and
absorbs and filters danger-
ous ultraviolet rays. It is
extremely important to
purchase a light box from a
reputable company that can
provide independent
verification that the devices
they sell are free of ultravio-
let rays that can damage the
eyes and skin.
If seasonal affective
disorder is a problem for
you, it's a good idea to think
about a solution before the
days grow shorter and


depression sets in. That's
when it seems hard to do
anything, including seek
treatment.
You can call 211 and ask
for organizations that
provide mental health
counseling, many on sliding
scales. You can also check
the yellow pages of the
phone directory under
mental health services.
For more information
about SAD, contact the
National Institute of Health
at (800) 421-4211, or visit
www.nimh.nih.gov.
TheWeb site ofThe
Society for Light Treatment
and Biological Rhythms is
intended for professionals,
but it has an extensive
section on SAD for the
general public. TheWeb site
is www.sltbr.org.

Shelley Koppel is unable to
endorse specific treatments
for disease. Any protocolsfor
treatment or testing she
discusses are accepted
standards of medical practice
as recommended by agencies
such as the American
Academy ofPediatrics or the
American Cancer Society.
11'ii ti, liti'li d la s front
personal experience, those
are her experiences and are
not medical recommenda-
tions.
She is theformer editor of
"Todays HealthCare"
magazine and a member of
the NationalAssociation of
Science Writers. E-mail
questions to skoppel@bell-
south.net.













Holiday party to be held at theatre


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TREASURE COAST -
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All interested public
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includes admission to the
Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues
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is $20 per person and
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and the jazz session. A
cash bar will be available.
Attendees will have the
opportunity to enter a
drawing to win a 2010-11


FPRA chapter member-
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The Sunrise Theatre for
Performing Arts is located
at 117 S. Second St. in Fort
Pierce.
Founded in 1984, the
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Hospital receives re-certification


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Indian River Medical
Center's stroke program
was re-accredited by the
Joint Commission.
S. James Shafer, medical
director of the stroke team,
and Lisa Stalheber, educa-
tion coordinator, telemetry
and stroke- team nurse
champion, along with rep-
resentatives from the criti-


cal care unit, education,
emergency department,
emergency medical servic-
es, imaging sciences, mar-
keting, nursing depart-
ment, pharmacy and other
areas worked hard to main-
tain a standardized stroke
alert protocol that
improves patient out-
comes.
The Joint Commission
was highly complementary
of the quality of IRM.C's
stroke program.


Surveyors conducted a
detailed evaluation,
including five tracers of
current stroke patients and
reviewed the hospital's
compliance with all the
national patient safety
goals, said Deb Alderman,
director of patient safety,
quality management and
discharge planning.
"Bravo for all the hard
work of the stroke team, the
IRMC physicians and staff.
Your expertise, dedication


and genuine commitment
to provide the highest quali-
ty of care for stroke patients
was clearly evident in every
step of the survey process,"
said Ms. Alderman.
The Joint Commission
surveyed IRMC on Oct. 23
for re-certification. The
Joint Commission originally
certified IRMC as a primary
stroke center and bestowed
its "Gold Seal of Approval"
to IRMC's stroke program in
November 2007.


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Leonard C. McNeill, 63,
died Nov. 16, 2009.
He was born in Cam-
bridge, Mass., and lived in
Sebastian for two years.
He served in the Army-
National Guard.
He was a member of the
Elks Lodge.
He was a member of St.
John's Catholic Church in
Cambridge, Mass.
He is survived by his wife
of 43 years, Pat; a son, Dun-
can; a daughter, Nadine;
four brothers, Donald, Billy,
Kevin and Robert; two sis-
ters, Karen and Marianne


and two grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by his son, Darrvn.
Memorial contributions
may be made to ARDS Foun-
dation, 3100 Dundee Road,
Suite 402, Northbrook, IL
60062. Arrangements by
Strunk Funeral Home.

Elsie P. Santoro
Elsie P Santoro, 86, died
Nov. 21, 2009.
She was a member of St.
Sebastian Catholic Church.
She is survived by two
sons, Michael and John and
four grandchildren.
She was preceded in


death by her. husband,
August.
Memorial contributions
may be made to St. Sebastian
Catholic Church, 13075 U.S.
1, Sebastian, FL 32958.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.

Elizabeth Mae
'Betty' Bommele
Elizabeth Mae "Betty"
Bommele, 83, died Nov. 22,
2009.
She was born in
Rochester, N.Y., and lived in
Barefoot Bay for 12 years.
She was a member of St.


Luke's Catholic Church.
She was a member of the
Women's Guild, the Upstate
NewYork Club and the Yacht
Club, both in Barefoot Bay.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 53 years, Bob; two
sons, Gary and Robert; two
daughters, Ethel and Con-
rie; a sister, Rita; five grand-
children and a great-grand-
child.
Memorial contributions
may be made to St. Luke's
Catholic Church, 5055 Micco
Road, Barefoot Bay, FL
32976. Arrangements by
Strunk Funeral Home and
Crematory Sebastian.


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SATURDAY, DEC. 5

STickets for the Vero Beach
Art Club's Art Trail tour of 10
artists' studios are on sale for
the popular event set for
Saturday, Dec. 5 from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. The Art Trail is an
intimate look at artists' studios
and homes around Vero
Beach. Artists welcome guests
irto their homes and studios
to allow them a glimpse of
their work and to talk about
how their creative process
works. Each studio will offer
their work for sale and light
refreshments will be available
at each location. Advance
tickets are $20 each and $35
for two. Day of event ticket
prices are $25 each and $45
fdr two. Artists featured this
year are: Alicia Callender, clay;
Rpy McLendon, oil; Minakshi
De, acrylics and pastels; Rene
Guerin. oil and sculpture;
Conrad Pickel Studio, stained
glass; Barbara Soumar, fiber
art, pottery and mixed media;
Marjorie Bohler, oil and
watercolor; Charles Gruppe,
watercolor; Sue Gwinn,
pottery, oils and pastels; and
Sheery Haaland, pastels.
Tickets are on sale from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. and from 2-5 p.m.
Monday through Friday, until
Dec. 4, at the Vero Beach Art
Club office in the Vero Beach
Museum of Art located at
3001 Riverside Park Drive and
also at the Artist Guild Gallery
at 1974 14th Ave. in down-,
town Vero Beach. A limited
number of tickets will be
available the day of the event
at artists' locations. Only cash
or checks will be accepted. For
more information, call (772)
231-0303 or (772) 299-1234.

SUNDAY, DEC. 6

Christmas at the Vero
Beach Museum of Art, a free,
holiday celebration for the
community will be held for
children of all ages from 1-4 .
p.m. as a gift of gratitude from
the museum's board of
trustees, staff and supporters.
Guests are invited to enjoy
free juice, egg nog and
cookies,as well as free
entertainment by area school
performers. Attendees are also
invited to create their own
free holiday craft in the studio
classrooms. The museum is
located at 3001 Riverside Park
Drive, Vero Beach. Call (772)
231-0707
The Social Justice Film
Series of the Unitarian
Universalist Fellowship of
Vero Beach presents a video
about gay activist Harvey Milk
at 7 p.m. The screening is free
See OUT, B3


Dentist sees crossover from practice to art


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer


VERO BEACH Work-
ing in a realm of cosmetic
and restorative dentistry
that requires precise man-
ual dexterity and a keen
eye for aesthetics, it is, per-
haps, not surprising that
M. Johnson Hagood is also
an accomplished painter
whose works will be fea-
tured throughout Decem-
ber at the Artists Guild
Gallery located at 1974
14th Ave. in downtown
Vero Beach.
"Color-rich Impressions
of Nature" will feature Dr.
Hagood's works in oil. An
opening .reception for the
exhibit is free to the public
and will be held Friday,
Dec. 4 from 5 to 7 p.m. at
the gallery with refresh-
ments plus new works in a
wide variety of mediums
by gallery member artists.
As one of only 300 den-
tists in the world, and only
10 in Florida, accredited by
the American Academy of
Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr.
Hagood found creating art
to be a natural extension of
his professional work,
which requires an artistic
eye and deft touch.
As a youngster, Dr.
Hagood took some art les-
sons but didn't really
explore art until his dental
practice was established.
"I'm pretty much self-
trained, but after 10 years
of dentistry, I started dab-
bling again," he said.
A patient who is a mem-
ber artist of the Artist's
Guild Gallery noted his
paintings, which adorn his
office, and last year invited
him to be a guest artist.
"I sold my first painting
to another artist. Initially, I
didn't know anything
about selling my work and
when I was asked to be a
guest artist, they told me


the works should be priced
for sale," Dr. Hagood said.
With an appreciative eye
for beauty, especially of
nature, Dr. Hagood drew
inspiration for his paint-
ings.
"I do landscapes, still
lifes and a lot of orchids
because I raise them. I also
do photography.
"My artistic mission is to
share my passion of the
beauty of nature through
color-rich impressions of
the very nature that
inspires me," he said.
Dr. Hagood's paintings
are infused with brilliant,
eye-catching color and
rendered with a distinctive
impressionistic style that
is bold and energetic, but
nonetheless soothing to
the eye.
"The paintings give me a
reason to use color other
than white," he said with a
laugh of reference to his
dental practice palette.
AVero Beach resident for
eight years, Dr. Hagood
and his wife find the com-
munity the perfect place to
be for business, artistic
endeavors and to raise
children,
"One of the best things
aboutVero Beach has been
meeting a lot of artists and
getting into the gallery has
been really fun. This com-
munity is a great place to
raise kids," Dr. Hagood
said.
In the future, he would
like to combine his love
and knowledge of cosmet-
ic dentistry with his artistic
expressions.
"It's a dream of mine to
build a new office and
have an art gallery as' an
extension of that, because
there is a lot of cross-over
between what I do in my
practice and in art," he
said.
The Artists Guild
Gallery's new downtown


Photo courtesy of M. Johnson Hagood
'Pink Exotics' is one of more than a dozen works by
Vero Beach dentist M. Johnson Hagood that will be on
display at the Artists Guild Gallery throughout Decem-


location and expanded
exhibit space is exciting,
Dr. Hagood said.
"It's -amazing what this
new space is doing for the
gallery," he said.
He looks forward to
meeting art enthusiasts at
the opening of his exhibit
as a guest artist.
"It's a great excuse to
have a party," he said with
a laugh.
The exhibit will feature


more than a dozen oils and
will be on display through
Dec. 30.
The Artists Guild Gallery,
located at 1974 14th Ave. in
Vero Beach, is open Moti-
day-Friday from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. and on Saturday
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For
more information about
Dr Hagood's exhibit or
Artist Guild Gallery
exhibits and classes, call
(772) 299-1234.


Temple hosts Hanukkah concert


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH She's a wife, moth-
er, singer/songwriter, spiritual leader
and techno whiz kid, who embodies
the can-do attitude and hat-topped
persona of the late congresswoman
from NewYork, Bella Abzug.
Beth Schafer of Orlando, with or
without her trademark hats, is blessed
with a wealth of talent that she, in turn,
uses to bless others.
On Wednesday, Dec. 16, she will
appear to perform a special Hanukkah
concert "Lighting Up Our House Of
Peace" at Temple Beth Shalom in Vero
Beach.
The concert, which is open to the
entire community, is presented by the
temple as one of a continuing series of
musical and cultural presentations


underwritten by the Ike and Alezah
Eisentstein Music Fund.
All seating is open and available in
advance for adults under age 62 at $18
each ($20 at the door); adults age 62
and older at $15 in advance ($20 at the
door; students and children ages 16
and under at $12 each and family
packages for $65.
Light refreshments will be served
during the meet-and-greet reception
that evening.
This congenial and golden-voiced
music-maker, who was raised in New
Jersey, often melds traditional, liturgi-
cal passages to modern, originally
composed music. The results are stun-
ningly moving and touch that univer-
sal chord of spirit that lies within each
person regardless of religious affilia-
tion.
Ms. Schafer knew from an uncom-


only young age that she wanted to
pursue music and from age 6 was par-
ticularly drawn to the guitar.
"I wanted to be Robert Plant (lead
singer of the iconic British rock group
Led Zeppelin)," the 41-year-old moth-
er of two girls said with a laugh.
As soon as she was able to hold a
guitar, she learned to play rock music
by listening to the radio. Music lessons
followed and she became hooked on
jazz.
While those who watched the
progress of her musical growth were
advising her to major in performance
in college, Ms. Schafer decided instead
to seek degrees in music theory and
composition from the University of
Miami School of Music.
"I had no intentions of being a per-
See TEMPLE, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 12-4-2009


Aries-March 21-April 19
Endurance is one of your
greatest gifts. You are the
first sign in the zodiac. You
run the longest race. We
are all thankful for your
strong spirit and example.
We look up to you and
thank you for always being
there. Your fiery nature
lights the way and keeps us
from getting lost. May the
coming holidays be very
special.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
When life gets overloaded,
take a step back, along with
a deep breath and get a
second wind. Then refocus
and move forward. Call on
family, friends or loved
ones when you need a
helping hand or friendly
voice. That's what friends
are for. You always give to
others. Let it come back.
Now everyone is happy.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Keep searching for balance.
Stay happy and glowing
inside. It's all about the
choices we make. Find
humor in small things. You
have a sweet inner child.
Your heart is as large and
loving. When you are
happy, the world is happy.
Guide your life toward
peace, love, health and
abundance. It's all that real-
ly matters.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Your spirit is so strong..Your
heart prevails. People
admire, love and respect
you. There is so much more
you want to do. Stay active
over the holidays, but don't
overdo it. You are a people
person, capable of great
happiness and achieve-
ment. When you get fired
up and turned on, this
world is a far better place
to be in.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your life force is so strong
and vibrant. You have a free
flowing connection
between your body, mind,
heart and soul. Use these
great gifts to wind down
your work in 2009 and then
celebrate and rejoice over
the holidays. Now is. the
time to make plans for the
New Year and start it off on
an even higher path of
greatness.
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Temple
From page B1
former. I just wanted to write
music for film and TV," she
said.
But after working "behind
the scenes" and creating
musical and promotional
materials for clients on an
emerging medium called the
Internet, Ms. Schafer decided
she didn't enjoy working with
many of her clients.
She found that through
performing her own music,
she could positively impact
lives with tenets taken from
faith and presented in an
entertaining and meaningful
way.
"There's a social conscious-
ness embedded in my
music," she said.
Ms. Schafer believes people
share certain universal needs
and through positive energy
negativism, fears and tension
can be neutralized.
"Music conveys Jewish val-
ues in a user-friendly way and
through my Jewish music, I


Photo courtesy of Beverly Paris
Singer/songwriter Beth Schafer will appear in concert at
Temple Beth Shalom in Vero Beach on Dec. 16.


am able to marry an impor-
tant piece of liturgical text
with current and pertinent
American life," Ms. Schafer
said.
She plays particular atten-
tion to themes which define
Judaism as well as other
faiths.
In 2006, Ms. Schafer won
the 2006 American Idol
Underground Faith Based
Competition, which enabled
her and 'her band to create
new music for interfaith
audiences.
The spiritual tunesmith
played for 1,000 Barack
Obama supporters during
the presidential campaign.
During that appearance, she
played her own composition
"Prayer for the Workin' Man"
that is an exquisitely sung
and poignant testimonial to
the hopes and fears of work-
ing-class people.
The wonder and miracle of
the eight-day Hanukkah festi-
val of lights is given modem
meaning in her rock-style


song "Night by Night" in
which Ms. Schafer sings of
the need to "spread some
light on the darkness of the
world."
Ms. Schafer serves as can-
torial leader of Temple Shir
Shalom in Oviedo, Fla., and
her joy in doing so is infec-
tiously obvious to listeners of
her music.
She has been featured at
music festivals and congrega-
tions nationwide and also
performed at a half-time
show at an Orlando Magic
basketball game.
Her newest CD, "Raise it Up
Bring It Down" will include
six secular songs and six
which she describes as
"unmistakably Jewish."
"This is a passion and I do
what I love," Ms. Schafer said.

Temple Beth Torah is locat-
ed at 365 43rd Ave. in Vero
Beach. For more information,
call (772) 569-4700. Visit Ms.
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and open to the public.
Reservations are not required.
A discussion facilitated by the
Rev. Maureen Killoran will
follow the film. The fellowship
is located at 1590 27th Ave. in
Vero Beach at the intersection
of 16th Street. Call (772) 778-
5880.
FRIDAY, DEC. 11-
SATURDAY, DEC. 12
Mardys Tennis and Jake's
Music Fest to benefit the
Mardy Fish Foundation will
be held in a two-day event.
Both are Vero Beach natives.
Country recording artist Jake
Owen will perform at the Vero
Beach High School Performing
Arts Center located at 1707
16th St. in Vero Beach on
Friday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. Ticket
are $35 and up and all seats
are reserved. Tennis champion
and Olympic Games silver
medalist Mardy Fish will play
James Blake in a tennis
exhibition on Saturday, Dec 12
at 2:30 p.m. at Grand Harbor
Golf & Beach Club. The Mardy
Fish Foundation was estab-
lished to support youth
organizations in Indian River
County For tickets to the tennis'
exhibition or concert, call C &
H Events at (866) 333-7633 or
visit www.chevents.com.
SATURDAY, DEC. 12
"Egypt: Gift of the Nile"
will be presented by Milt
Thomas in the Indian River
County Main Library's first
floor meeting room at 10 a.m.
This program, which is free
and open to the public. will
explore the pyramids, the
Sphinx and other landmarks of
the country's 5,000-year
history. Mr. Thomas will
recount his personal experi-
ences while touring through-
out Egypt. A journalist, book


the holidays
SSebastian resident
Richard Votapka
plays the upright
piano at the GFWC
Sebastian River
Woman's Club during
the Sebastian River
Area Chamber of
Commerce's 20th
.. Annual Light Up
4. Night last December.
S /7 This year merchants
i will decorate busi-
.: nesses for Light Up
the Night, Friday Dec.


File photo


author and former executive
with CBS and Polygram
records, Mr. Thomas also
served as director of economic
development for the Indian
River Chamber of Commerce.
Call Maria at (772) 770-5060,
Ext. 4121.
SUNDAY, DEC. 13-
MONDAY, DEC. 14
SThe Vero Beach High
School Performing arts
Department presents "Winter
Wonderland," its annual
holiday concert at 2 p.m. on
Sunday and at 7 p.m. on
Monday in the school's
Performing Arts Center. The
concert will include traditional
pieces as well as contempo-
rary arrangements by the
symphonic and jazz bands led
-by James Sammons and Page
Howell. The symphony
orchestra, led by Matt Stott,
will perform a "Celtic Christ-
mas Medley," as well as
original arrangements. The
performance will also feature
the school's concert and show


choirs led by Gregory Harris
and Karen Wiggins as accom-
panist. Tickets are $10 for the
upper level and $12 for the
lower level. All seating is
reserved. The school is located
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In previous columns, I've
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stacking at great length.
It's one of the easiest ways
not only to reduce the cost
of items we're buying, but
also to get items for free.
Many stores allow shop-
pers to stack one store
coupon and one manufac-
turer coupon together,
which gives us an even
deeper discount on the
same item.
Just a few days ago I
purchased a $2.50 tube of
toothpaste. I used a $1.50
manufacturer coupon for
the toothpaste and I added
to it a $1 store-issued
coupon for the same
toothpaste. With a total of
$2.50 in coupon value, the
toothpaste was free! And
free is, of course, my favorite
price to pay.
Store coupons are offered
in different formats, so it's
important to note which
kinds your stores offer. Do
some research. Many stores


print their store coupons in
a weekly flyer. Others offer
printable coupons on the
store's Web site. Still others
offer store coupons elec-
tronically. These electronic
coupons can be loaded to
your shoppers' card and
stacked with manufacturer
coupons for additional
savings.
Now, when we combine
coupon stacking with other
deals running at the store at
the same time, our savings
increase even more. What's
better than stacking? Multi-
stacking. When we multi-
stack at the store, we use
both store and manufactur-
er coupons and take
advantage of additional
money-back deals involved.
These additional deals
typically offer instant
savings at the register or a
money-back coupon
(commonly called a Catali-
na) that prints at the register
for savings on a subsequent
shopping trip.


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Here's an example. One of
my stores recently adver-
tised a sale offering a
Catalina coupon good for $5
off your next shopping trip if
you purchased any two
items in the flyer. When I see
an advertisement like this, I
immediately look for the
items that are going to be
the best deals, typically, the
items for which I already
have both store and manu-
facturer coupons.
During thdi particular sale,
the store had triple-packs of
baby wipes on sale for $5.99.
Buying two items in the
promotion will earn me a $5
coupon for my next shop-
ping trip. To keep track of
my savings, [always figure
that $5 savings into my


current shopping trip. I may
pay that $5 out-of-pocket at
the register to buy these
items today, but I get it right
back in the form of a
Catalina good for $5 off my
next shopping trip. So,
buying two packages of
wipes costs $11.98 but I'll
get $5 of that back at
checkout. That essentially
.brings the cost of the two
packages of wipes down to
$6.98 for two packages.
To bring the price down


further, we're going to stack
coupons here, too. 1 had a
manufacturer coupon for $2
off two packages of wipes.
The wipes were also on my
electronic store coupons for
$1.50 off each package. So,
stacking these coupons
together yields another $5 in
savings.
After coupons, I paid $6.98
for the two triple-packs of
baby wipes and I received
the $5 Catalina coupon at
the register. Since I got $5 of


my original $6.98 back, the
end cost of these two items
was just $1.98. Triple-packs
of baby wipes at less than $1
a package? That's a great
price, made possible by
multi-stacking. Consider
that each triple-pack started
out at $5.99 before all of
these discounts were put
together.
Anytime I see sales at the
supermarket that involve
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Ihad the opportunity
recently to tour the
Carnival Dream in Port
Canaveral. She is quite a
vessel.
Much larger than all other
Carnival ships, the Dream has
many firsts for Carnival and
many industry innovations
and enhancements.
The Dream is bigger than
all other Carnival ships and
has added features that will
appeal to many cruisers.
As with all their newer
vessels, it was designed by
architect and designer Joe
Farcus who, is in my opinion,
is over-the-top in color and
concept however, I also must
say each of his designs is top
notch.
The Dream, I felt, was more
brass and glass than others,
but still with unimaginable
amounts of color and lines
that go from wavy to geomet-


ric and are lighted in some
form or another.
We entered the Dream on
deck three, right onto the
lowest deck of the 11-story
atrium. There is definitely a
wow factor. You look up from
the atrium floor, following the
glass elevators up to deck 14,
and all you see are squares of
lighted yellow/gold glass with
specs of a darker bronze.
Each floor surrounding the
atrium with its glass
circular stairway that goes up
to deck five has brick-color
banquettes surrounding the
glass railing so you can watch
entertainment that goes on


throughout the day in the
atrium.
From the atrium going
forward will bring you to the
lowest level of the three- story
Encore theatre which was
lovely in its orange/brick and
beige tones.
We did see a portion of the
show "Dancing in the Streets"
which was an upbeat musical
and dance ensemble. We had
a great view, but there are


areas you will need to avoid
due to obstructions by poles.
There is plenty of seating.
We ate a wonderful lunch
in the Scarlet Restaurant. If
this is indicative of all meals
aboard then there should be
no complaints. The wait staff
was pleasant and efficient.
Speaking of lunch, while
touring the ship we went by
See TRAVEL, B6


Coupon
From page B4
money-back promotions, I
always look for both store
and manufacturer coupons
to help reduce the final
price I pay even further.
Jill Cataldo, a coupon


workshop instructor, writer
and mother of three, never
passes up a good deal.
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Travel
From page B5
The Gathering, which is the
buffet on lido deck and
although the food looked
good, there were lines at all
the food kiosks and many
folks got off the ship on
excursions. This might be a
concern for me, however it is
a new ship and a new layout,
therefore they can be
excused until everything falls
into place.
On deck four you will find
one of the biggest conference
rooms at sea, with removable
walls so you may have three
meetings at one time or use


the entire space.
The 19,000-square-foot
kids' area is also impressive.
Each age group has its own
areas for activities. This does
not include the incredible
aqua park where they have
the largest slide at sea.
The promenade wraps
around deck five and would
probably be the place to be,
with the Ocean Plaza lying
across the middle of the deck
connecting to a lanai with.its
spa hot tubs hanging off the
both sides of the ship.
Ocean Plaza offers
entertainment, Plaza Bar and
Caf6. There is both day and
nightly entertainment.


Walking from the lanai along
the upper promenade, you
will come across Wasabi
sushi bar, Caliente dance
club, The Song jazz bar, Sam's
Piano Bar and onto the 420-
seat Burgundy Lounge.
The technology on board
this ship is unbelievable.
Instead of the Internet cafes
on most ships, the Dream
has fun hubs, which are all
over the ship and give guests
free access to onboard
activities.
You can create blogs for
other, like-minded folks
onboard to share and you
can leave messages for those
in your family or group to let


them know where you are
and what you plan to do. The
ship hasWi-Fi almost
everywhere and once you
sign up (there is a fee) you
can use your laptop.
The Carnival Dream will
make Port Canaveral its
homeport starting with a
nine-day sailing Dec. 3. She
will then start her regular
alternating Eastern and
Western Caribbean itiner-
aries leaving on Saturdays.
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Scopes
From page B1
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 22
You have a guardian angel
sitting on your shoulder,
guiding you. The key is to
follow your heart, not the
head. Your life path and
greatest happiness comes
when you are serving oth-
ers. You love to see every-
body well fed and happy.
The more you receive the
more you can give. This is
your harvest of a good life
well lived.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
A lifetime of accumulated
wisdom and experience
continues to move you for-
ward toward your dreams
and goals. Your decisions
are made on feelings and
instincts and allow you
access to your higher
power. This gives you a dis-
tinct edge. It is the stuff that
great souls use to guide
their lives. You are a great
soul.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You continue to move for-
ward to new and better
days. You have outgrown
old, outdated patterns. You
aren't stuck anymore. Your
creative juices are flowing
again. Get restarted on the
life project that has been
sidetracked for a while. You
have the blessing of the
universe upon you. You are
a free spirit ready to fly.
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
The universe wants to give
you all the energy you need
to make it safely through
the holidays. Yeah! It's time
to celebrate. Call some fam-
ily members and friends
who love and miss you. In
the giving we receive back
100 fold. Get back to your


roots. Renew your life force
and spirit. Watch out world.
Here I come!
Capricorn-Dec. 224Jan. 19
You are doing great. Not
much change is needed.
Stay with your major goals.
Your positive attitude has
set you in an excellent
direction. The holidays will
be great and very exciting
for you. You have overcome
life. People are beginning to
tell you how young you
look. Could anyone be
doing better? I don't think
so.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Family matters will take
center stage the next few
weeks. Stay true to yourself,
but pay attention to others
who need emotional sup-
port. Stay in a festive mood.
A bright attitude brings
cheer to any occasion.
Gladly give your support to
those who need you.
Return love received with
love given. This justifies
your life.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Stay focused :on your main
creative projects. The uni-
verse will reward you with
much increase. Your power
of observation is especially
strong now. Let the holidays
be a time of rejoicing and
celebration for the many
blessings this year. Open up
the heart even more and
know that the coming year
will be the best ever.
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*29 Acres $2800/acre.
*27 Acres $2700/acre.
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NC MOUNTAINS- Brand
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timbering,grazing income
$7800 per acre. Owner
Financing. 386-760-0708



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SEBASTIAN Efficiency
Furn., all utilities, cable,
refrig, microwave, laun-
dry, pool, Pets ok (fee)
$199/wk 772-589-4546



Vero Bch: Newly re-
modeled br from $500
2br from $600 Water &
Sewer incl. Sm Pets ok.
Near Bch. 772-563-0013
VERO BEACH 55+ 3/3
Riverview condo IR Blvd.
Top floor (5th). New
carpet, windows, fixtures
& paint, Quiet. Walk to
shops & rest. Views of
intracoastal. $995/mo +
sec. No smoking
772-231-4023
VERO BEACH- beautiful
2 story loft unit. 2 or 3 brs
3 baths on lake. Heated
pool, clbhse, exercise rm.
NO pets. $825/mo incl
cable 772-794-3562



FORT PIERCE- Rent to
own/fix-up. No credit
required, foreclosed OK.
2-br/1-ba $500/mo.
772-528-9366
INDIANTOWN- 4/3/2,
Upscale home with
fenced yard, pool, all ap-
pliances, $1200/month
+ dep 772-597-2955


AFFORDABLE
PALM BAY Pool
Home 2br/2 ba/ 2cg
Huge patio w/lg pool.
Fenced double lot. Nice
quiet area, good neigh-
bors. Convenient to riv-
er, ocean & 1-95. New
tie, appliances, fresh
Saint. Small Pet OK.
850/mo 772-260-3217


WANTED: Old Japanese
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1972-1976,KZ1000
(1976-1980),KZ1000R
(1982,1983),Z1R, S1-250
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H2-750, Honda CB750
(1969-1975) Suzuki
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1998 SAVANNAH 5th
wheel. 35' Central heat &
air, Ref/freezer. 3 slides.
built in ent center with
TV. Queen bed. New
brakes, $12,000/obo
321-543-6861
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SEBASTIAN 2-BR/2-BA
1-cg Florida room large
patio, hot tub, all appl's.
450 Croton Ave. $850/mo
772-589-9428
TITUSVILLE: Fully furn
remodeled 3/3/1 Golf
Course Comm, $895 long
term or $1195 short term
incl water, cable & trash.
Bkgrd ck 651-335-2749
VERO BEACH 2br/2ba/
1car gar., walk to beach+
shops, w/d, nice yard, tile
& terrazzo, year lease
$1100/mo. 207-441-5799
VERO BEACH 3/2/2


VERO BEACH Garden
Grove, 2/2/2, quiet gated
comm., wall amenities,
$925 lease & deposit req.
Call 772-299-4709
VERO BEACH, Adorable
2br/2ba, Pergo floors/tile,
large master bedroom,
screened porch, pets ok.
$825/mo. 772-453-5688
VERO LAKE ESTATES
2004 3/2/2, family room,
Covered porch, EIK
jacuzzi new appl's
$1050/mo 772-589-9428

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VERO: 5 Minutes to
beach! No F//US!!
2BR/2.5BA large rooms,
enclosed patio. Quiet,
peaceful, $900/mo Non
Smoker, Pets okay.
772-643-5142 Or email:
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SEBASTIAN Tri-plex
Completely remodeled
1/1 Screened Lanai. A/C,
So Indian River Dr.
$650/mo. 863-983-8064


W/D. Renovated kit & VERO BEACH spacious
bath. Large porch. 3 2/2 townhouse with loft
blocks from beach. 2916 (den, office, game room) STUART- 55 + comm.,
A1A $1150/mo in quiet landscaped 2nd floor, overlooking 7th
772-216-0389 l..i,-~.,-,i Thomas fairway & 8th tee. 1/1.5,
-.VERO BEACH 3 :ir..rni, New A/C, all apples, furnished. Full
ERO B H brown & appliances. Convenient amenities including wa-
o Othe ho to schools, mall, nightlife, ter cable trash, htd pool,
possible. Other hous772-713-6706 beach Ready NOW! unltd golf & assigned
available 772-713-6706 $899/mo 772-778-3825 parking. Asking $41,500
between 8am8pm. 772-532-2905 772-286-8684


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