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The MULLET RAPPER nrnnrnn FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER 28, 2007 2007, Snook Publications P O Box 617, Everglades City, FL, 34139 Volume I Issue #37 DUNK THE PASTOR ... Devoted and good-natured John Gilmore is offering visitors at the COPELAND FALL FESTIVAL a chance to dump him into a tub of water next weekend. The Copeland Baptist Mission Fall Festival is on Saturday, October 6 and Sunday, October 7 from 1:00 p.m. onwards each day. There will be 3-legged sack races, sales of donated baked goods, an auction, and a talent show. The organizers also want people to take part in the Chili Cook-off Contest. For more info and to sign up for special events, phone Gina at 695-2900, Carol at 695-4154, or Sue at 695-1090. EVERYONE IS WELCOME Join in this neighborhood family-fun event! UPDATE ON OUR WATER by Patricia Huff Recently a tourist commented that the water in their ren tal unit was yellow and asked if it is this way all over town. Unfortunately, it is; apparently some places worse than other s. However, according to state and local officials, the water is still safe to drink. Our City water comes from wells in Copeland and the well w ater has to be disinfected with some type of chlorination process. However, wh en water is treated with chlorine, there are by-products; two of these ar e Trihalomethanes (TTHM) and Haloacetic Acids (HAA5). In January 2007 the City c hanged its potable water disinfection process from free residual chlorination to a chloramines disinfection with the hope that this would lower the TTHM and HAA5 levels. Chlorine also determines the color of the wate r: when the amount of chlorine is cut back in the system (in order to lower the by-product levels), the more discoloration of the water; hence, the yellow color. From January through November 2006 the TTHM results reported were above the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL). A year ago at th e October 3, 2006, City Council meeting, Scott Lewis of U.S. Water Service s Corp., reported that the yellow water was due to rust that got into the syst em when a filter was bypassed. He also said that the TTHM by-product of chlorine would be reduced by the new treatments. By March 2007 the levels had dropped signi ficantly after the City switched to chloramines However, the quarter ending June 2007 saw the TTHM levels rise again. According to Mark Charneski of the Florida DEP, the ammonium pump failed and the amount of chlorine had to be cut back. This is why we are again seeing the discoloration. The color is a secondary concern; the main issue for our health lies with the reduction of TT HM and HAA5 levels. In an August 1, 2007, letter from the Florida DEP to the Mayor, the City water system generated a MCL violation for Color. This requir es the City to take necessary corrective action and submit a written plan of act ion to the DEP for approval. The plan would identify the steps to be taken to correct the color violation. Gary Heins, Regional Project Manager with U.S. Water, says that they are awaiting results from this month’s analysis and are all working on solutions to the problem. Mayor Sammy Hamilton told the Rapper that the City is continuing to work on the water system to improve its quality. If the current dis infection process does not solve the problem, it may be necessary to either dig th e wells deeper or completely clean the storage tank. This would require applying f or grants but may be the necessary course of action. We feel that this should be a top priority given the length of time it has taken to clear the water and reduce the TTHM levels. If you have news, photos, announcements, or articles ... email or phone 695-2397. CONTENTS Calendar p. 2 School p. 5 Tides p. 3 Swamp Tales p. 7 Fire Dept p. 3 Fishing p. 7 Events p. 3 Local History p. 7 Advertiser Spot-Light, Classified p. 8 n nr


The MULLET RAPPER nrnnrnn SEPTEMBER 28, 2007 PAGE 2 new moon OCTOBER 2007 full moon THRIFT SHOP: REOPENING Sat, 10/6, 11:00 am 3:00 p.m. SKATING RINK: Friday/Saturday, 7:00 10:00 p m FOOD PANTRY: Sat, 8:30 to 10:30 am, Community Chur ch ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: Wed, 5 pm, Community Chur ch MUSEUM: Tues-Fri, 9 am to 5 pm; Sat, 9 am to 4 pm SMALLWOOD STORE: daily 11 am to 5 pm NATIONAL PARK GULF COAST VISITORS’ CENTER: daily 9 am to 4 pm (boats 8:30 am to 4:00 pm) CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INFORMATION CENTER (Carnestown) : daily, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm SHERIFF AT CITY HALL: 10/02 (3-5pm) 10/3 (9-11am) 10/9 (9-11am) 10/ 10 (noon-2pm) 10/12 (9-11am) 10/14 (10am-noon) TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Sheriff: 695-2007 Fire Dept: 695-2902 City Hall: 695-3781 Library: 695-2511 SUN MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT SEPT 23 Mobile Pet Vet Bible Study at the Rockpit 6pm 24 Hour of Prayer Chokoloskee Church of God 7 pm 25 SAC meeting School, 3 pm 26 Ladies Coffee Roadkill Cafe 8 am Wine Tasting Naples, 7-9 pm 27 Storter Exhibit at HMSF, Miami 28 29 Walking Tour 1:30 pm, see p.7 Museum Reception 2-4 pm, see p.7 30 OCT 1 ESHP mtg City Hall, 10 am Hour of Prayer Holy Family Catholic Church 7 pm 2 FME mtg Comm. Church, 9 am Jim Coletta City Hall, 2-4pm George Barton City Hall, 3-5pm City Council City Hall, 5:30 pm 3 Ladies Coffee Triad Seafood 8 am 4 Great Gators School, 9:30 Lions Club District Gov. Seafood Depot 4-7 pm 5 City Elections Deadline see p.3 RedSnook Tournament all weekend (239) 403-4216 6 Fall Festival Copeland Baptist Mission, 1 pm see p.1 Thrift Shop 11 am, see p.3 7 Fall Festival Copeland Baptist Mission, 1 pm see p.1 8 Hour of Prayer Everglades First Baptist Church 7 pm OCFD Board Fire Station, 7 pm 9 Betterment Association Comm. Center 6 pm 10 Ladies Coffee Roadkill Cafe 8 am 11 Sons of Confederate Veterans Open to Public Seafood Depot 7 pm 12 13 Stuck on a Sandbar Fishing Tournament (863) 673-6688 14 15 Hour of Prayer Everglades Community Church 7 pm 16 Reach Out 8:30 a.m. 17 Ladies Coffee Triad Seafood 8 am 18 Lions Club Business Mtg 5:30 pm Copeland Civic 7 pm 19 20 21 22 School teachers’ planning Hour of Prayer Copeland Baptist Mission, 7 pm 23 SAC meeting School, 3 pm 24 Ladies Coffee Roadkill Cafe 8 am 25 26 27 Mobile Pet Vet McLeod Park 9 am to 1 pm Copeland 2 to 4 pm


The MULLET RAPPER nrnnrnn SEPTEMBER 28, 2007 PAGE 3 COLETTA’S VISIT Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners Jim Coletta, who represents our local area, will be at City Hall from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m on Tuesday, October 2 for his regular monthly visit to talk with concerned citizens. He will then welcome local constituents to join him for dinner at at the Seafood Depot after the City Council meeting that evening. You can contact his aide Lisa by phone at (239)-252-8097 or email Jim at Coletta grew up in Elmira in upstate New York and was in business there until he moved to Naples in 1984. He settled in Golden Gate where he became active in community organizations and won recognition for his achievements. He was first elected as a Collier County Commissioner in November 2000. Although he will not be here on on October 14, we wish him a Happy Birthday on that day. THRIFT SHOP OPENS AGAIN! The Thrift Shop operated by Reach Out, our neighborhood charity, will re-open on Saturday, October 6 Hours will be 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each Saturday. Volunteers are needed for weekdays so please stop in if you can help. Rookery Bay is offering free boat trips during Estuary Day, Saturday, September 29 The event begins at 10:00 a.m. See their website Wading birds have been feeding all around the city after all the rain. The new bricks that we ordered have been installed in front of City Hall. CITY ELECTIONS October 5 is the deadline to submit names for the upcoming local election. A petition with 25 signatures of registered voters must be presented on the official forms which are available from the City Clerk. The positions up for re-election are Tammy Smallwood and Parker Oglesby as City Councilors as well as Sammy Hamilton as Mayor. If there are no opposing candidates, there will be no election. For more info, contact Dottie in City Hall at 695-3871. OCHOPEE FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 09/13/07: Emer. Med,. Everglades City 09/13/07: Vehicle Accident, 50m I-75 09/13/07: Vehicle Accident, 47m I-75 09/13/07: Vehicle Fire, SR-29 & I-75 09/13/07: Vehicle Accident, 56m I-75 09/14/07: Fire Alarm, Port of the Islands 09/14/07: Possible Over Dose, 82m I-75 09/14/07: Person Dehydrated, Ochopee 09/15/07: Vehicle Accident, US-41 & CR-92 09/16/07: Vehicle Accident, 64m I-75 09/16/07: Vehicle Accident, 66m I-75 09/16/07: Emer. Med., SR-29 North of I-75 09/16/07: Vehicle Accident, 77m I-75 09/17/07: Median Fire, 81m I-75 09/17/07: Vehicle Fire, 3m East of CR-92 09/18/07: Vehicle Accident, Ochopee 09/19/07: Vehicle Accident, 73m I-75 09/19/07: Vehicle Accident, 81m I-75 09/19/07: Possible Stroke, Plantation Island 09/21/07: Emer. Med., Lee Cypress 09/21/07: Vehicle Accident, 63m I-75 09/21/07: Vehicle Accident, 77m I-75 09/22/07: Vehicle Accident, 63m I-75 09/22/07: Vehicle Accident, 73m I-75 09/22/07: Vehicle Accident, 74m I-75 09/23/07: Person Fell, Everglades City 09/23/07: Sick Person, Port of the Islands 09/23/07: Possible Drowning, Port of the Islands 09/23/07: Vehicle Accident, SR-29 2m N of I-75 09/24/07: Vehicle Fire, 80m I-75 09/24/07: Vehicle Fire, 78m I-75 09/24/07: Unresponsive Person, 57m I-75 09/24/07: Vehicle Accident, 69m I-75 09/25/07: Possible Stroke, Everglades City Paul Wilson resigned for medical reasons and Alan McLaughlin is now Acting Chief. MOBILE PET VET Dr Baker will be here on Saturday October 27 There will be no surgery on Sunday and she does not plan a visit in November. The next dates will be December 1 & 2. Phone 777-PETS. TIDES FOR BARRON RIVER INFORMATION FROM http://TIDESANDCURRENTS.NOAA.GOV 09/28/2007 Fri 03:27AM 3.3 H 11:22AM -0.2 L 04: 40PM 3.1 H 11:34PM 0.6 L 09/29/2007 Sat 03:54AM 3.4 H 12:11PM -0.2 L 05: 40PM 2.9 H 09/30/2007 Sun 12:10AM 0.8 L 04:26AM 3.4 H 01: 03PM -0.2 L 06:49PM 10/01/2007 Mon 12:48AM 0.9 L 05:05AM 3.4 H 02: 03PM -0.1 L 08:08PM 2.4 H 10/02/2007 Tue 01:31AM 1.0 L 05:58AM 3.2 H 03: 12PM 0.1 L 09:48PM 2.3 H 10/03/2007 Wed 02:45AM 1.1 L 07:30AM 3.0 H 04: 30PM 0.2 L 10/04/2007 Thu 12:28AM 2.4 H 04:35AM 1.1 L 09: 26AM 2.8 H 05:45PM 0.2 L 10/05/2007 Fri 01:06AM 2.5 H 06:02AM 1.0 L 10: 59AM 2.9 H 06:48PM 0.2 L 10/06/2007 Sat 01:23AM 2.5 H 07:05AM 0.8 L 12: 12PM 2.9 H 07:39PM 0.3 L 10/07/2007 Sun 01:32AM 2.5 H 07:55AM 0.7 L 01: 07PM 3.0 H 08:23PM 0.3 L 10/08/2007 Mon 01:43AM 2.6 H 08:38AM 0.5 L 01: 51PM 3.0 H 09:01PM 0.4 L 10/09/2007 Tue 01:59AM 2.8 H 09:16AM 0.4 L 02: 28PM 3.0 H 09:36PM 0.5 L 10/10/2007 Wed 02:18AM 2.9 H 09:52AM 0.3 L 03: 02PM 3.0 H 10:08PM 0.6 L 10/11/2007 Thu 02:39AM 3.0 H 10:27AM 0.2 L 03: 36PM 2.9 H 10:37PM 0.7 L 10/12/2007 Fri 02:59AM 3.1 H 11:01AM 0.1 L 04: 11PM 2.8 H 11: 04PM 0.8 L


The MULLET RAPPER nrnnrnn SEPTEMBER 28, 2007 PAGE 4 n n n n Yarns and Hand Knits Lessons 3804 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 239-793-8141 Breakfast / Lunch – 695-2214 Open Wed – Sun. 10 am 3 pm (closed Mon/Tues) 10% off with this coupon


The MULLET RAPPER nrnnrnn SEPTEMBER 28, 2007 PAGE 5 nnr phone: 377-9800 or 695-2561 website: www.collier.k1 IMPORTANT DATES Thurs, Sept 27: Report Cards (grades 9-12) Thurs, Oct 4: Great Gators, 9:30 am Mon, Oct 1: VOLLEYBALL home, 5:00 pm Mon, Oct 8: VOLLEYBALL home, 5:00 pm Tues, Oct 9: VOLLEYBALL home, 5:00 pm Fri, Oct 12: VOLLEYBALL home, 5:00 pm Mon, Oct 22: Teacher Planning Day Tues, Oct 23: SAC, 3:00 pm Fri, Oct 26: Report Cards (K-12) Wed, Oct 31: Early Release From Savannah’s Eyes One recent weekend my brother Shaun, my mom Rudy, my dad Parker, and I were on the boat. We were just cruising around when my Mom looked up at the sky. She saw something pink, and it had a beak like a flamingo. Then my Mom looked up at the sky again and notic ed it was a flamingo! We were near Lostman’s River. She quickly said “Look up at the sky!” and we all looked up and we saw it too; it was beautiful and I heard long ago that flamingos were here on the islands in the Everglades. We were so amazed because i t was just flying slowly over the bow of our boat! We just kept on looking at it until it finally flew away to a nearby is land. We were all very amazed to see such a wonderful sight. The Sunday after that weekend we were riding on our boat again. We were out by Indian Key, and it was very peaceful. I looked to my right as the wind in my hair stroked in my fa ce. I could not see very well because of my hair so I stroked it ba ck and, as I stroked it, I saw a flipper coming out of the water I was so amazed because it looked like it was coming our way. So I jumped out of my seat and turned back and yelled “Dolphins.” My Mom and Dad looked back, and me too. We all saw the dolphins, three of them. They were going to do a show because they were riding the waves. They were so funny; they ju mped up into the air and swam on their backs. Water sprayed in my face as my Mom and I were yelling happily and my Dad was smiling. Oh, what joy they brought to us. Then when they finished the show, one of the dolphins jumped up so high and waved good-bye with its tail. So we waved back. After that we went to an island and saw different kinds of jellyfish. There were some that were shaped like donuts and more shapes and all of the col ors that there can be. It was weird but we loved looking at them anyway. Dolphins, flamingos, jellyfish – what else can you ask for on a boat ride on a sunny day in the Everglades. Yeah !!!!!!!! Savannah Oglesby is a 5 th grade student at Everglades City School and a regular contributor to this paper. Open House on Thursday, September 13, was enjoyed b y all. SCHOOL ADVISORY COUNCIL REPORT by Patricia Huff Parents, staff, teachers, and community members att ended the first meeting of the School Advisory Council on Tue sday, September 25. School Board member Richard Calabrese was also on hand to respond to any needs the school may have. In the absence of Principal Bobby Jones, the agenda it em relating to school uniforms was postponed until the next mee ting on October 23. Elections for new officers will also be held at that time. Anyone interested in serving on SAC, contact Dana Snider at 695-2561. Vice-Chair Patty Huff discussed the Perfect Attend ance Program that has been ongoing since 2003 but with v ery little increase in school attendance. Rather than awarding the students with a field trip, it was recommended that the students be rewarded on a more regular monthly basis, simila r to the Great Gators program. Pam Drake agreed to take over the after-school Kids Activity Club on Thursdays. Extra -curricula programs with the park services was discussed; i.e. Big Cypress Swamp 6 th grade program, ENP’s Junior Ranger Day and Career Day Rookery Bay. Tim England, from Museu m of the Everglades, presented programs for students and invited teachers to consider a Summer Art Exhibit with stud ents submitting essays about the history of our area, hi storical buildings, or people from the past as well as piece s of art. He also mentioned that next April there will be a cele bration of the 80 th anniversary of the opening of the Tamiami Trail an d invited the school to participate. Mrs. Snider said that Everglades City School had i ncreased to C+ based on last year’s FCAT scores. Mr. Calabre se said that 13 schools in the County had dropped down a gr ade so it was a great achievement to see that our school had increased. He also mentioned that no high school in the County had received an “A”. October is National WALK TO SCHOOL Month For more info, see




The MULLET RAPPER nrnnrnn SEPTEMBER 28, 2007 PAGE 7 Fishing Report by Bill Lindsay As days get a little shorter and the water temperatures drop a little, large schools of bait fish start to migrate south. Many of these schools have birds over them and it can be productive to cast jigs or spoons around them. Mackerel, jacks and even trout can be taken this way. Keep an eye out for schools of “breeder” redfish moving up and down the coast. At this time of year, they may look like a copper patch moving just below the surface. Soon sheepshead and gag grouper will begin to move into shallow water and can be caught on oyster bars and wrecks. Snook should start to head for the backcountry where water levels start to drop as a result of northeast winds and less rain. Top water plugs are the most fun, but on bright sunny days, try going with jigs or deep running plugs. Through September snook and redfishing has been good. Captain Herb Kehoe reports catching some nice snook and tripletail. Captain Ray Culver brought in a 33” snook. If the water stays warm, we should hook plenty of tarpon early and late in the day. Capt. Bill Lindsay lives in Chokoloskee and has been fishing in the Everglades National Park for 27 years. In 1992 he was Master Angler of the MET Tournament. n Local history aficionado Alvin Lederer has sent us this rare photo of the Watson Place at Chatham Bend taken from the south bank where Hanna Smith lived and some of the cane fields grew. Alvin is looking for information about D.H. Whitton who lived at the Watson Place between 1914 and 1916. If you have any information, phone Marya at 695-2905. S WAMP T ALES by Bob N. Wallace Before coming to Florida, I used to think a hammock was a rope bed hung between two trees in which you took a nap during the summer. In the F lorida Everglades, a hammock is also a cool, shady ground higher than its surrounding are a covered with many hardwood broad-leaved evergreen trees. Some of the trees found in a Florida hammock have quite unusual names, such as gumbo-limbo ( Bursera simaruba ). This unique tree can sprout a new tree from one of its fallen branches and then create a living fence of gumbo-limbo trees. Gumbo-limbo’s have massive trunks two to three feet in diam eter which support huge, irregular branches with spreading, rounded crowns. They becomes leafless during the year but bloom in winter, producing small inconspicuous fl owers composed of three to five greenish petals arranged in elongate racemes tha t are spike-like clusters with each flower on its own stem. The first time I ever saw one of these strange, but beau tiful trees was alongside US 1 in Key Largo. They were red, barkless trees with an abunda nce of shady tree canopies. Some of my Haitian friends have told me the wood is very soft and easily carved and that they make drums from the trunk of gumbo-limbo trees. The gumbo-limbo is also a very useful tree. Resins obtained from its bark smell like turpentine often used to make varnish, water repellent coat ings, glue and incense. Several kinds of birds eat the fruits of the gumbo-limbo. The two larg est gumbo-limbos in the United States are at the St. Mary's Star of the Sea Ch urch in Key West and on Captiva Island near Fort Myers. Down here in Florida, we call the gumbo-limbo tree the “tou rist tree”. Its red bark is mindful of tourists with flaking skin as they begin to pe el from too much sunburn. Look for this unusual tree while you are here in South Flori da. It is worth a picture and serves as a reminder to be careful while you are out in the sun You may go home looking like a gumbo-limbo tree. LOCAL SCENES AT MUSEUM Meet The Artist on Saturday! JoAnn Sanborn may live on Marco Island but her heart is in the Everglades and her paintings show it. She says she ... hopes enjoyment of her work will foster a more profound respect for the threatened landscape she portrays For more about JoAnn see The reception to meet the artist at the Museum is on Saturday, September 29 from 2-4 p.m. The exhibit will be on show in the Pauline Reeves Gallery at the front of the Museum for the whole month of October. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. and admission is by donation. At 1:30 p.m. there will also be a guided walking tour based on the book produced by the Friends of the Museum Historic Building around Everglades City but with extra snippets of local knowledge that are not in t he book. GLADES PHOTOS ON TV Local photographer Tracy Stokes will be interviewed on FOX4-TV on Thursday, October 4, and will talk live about the Everglades and her book “Birds, Bees, & Cypress Knees” during their Morning Blend show which starts at 10:00 a.m.


The MULLET RAPPER nrnnrnn SEPTEMBER 28, 2007 PAGE 8 n n n n --------------------------------------------------MUSEUM DISPLAY CASES. Beautifully designed with wood frames and Plexiglas windows, $500 each, from Friends of the Museum of the Everglades, Phone 695-2397. --------------------------------------------------GOODLAND FOR SALE : Water Front Deep Canal, Quick Access to Gulf and 10,000 Islands. 2-bed furnished manufactured home on 50’ x 99’ lot; New Dock ready for boat lift; Walk to Restaurants & Shops. 613 Sunset Dr, Goodland. $519,000 (reduced!) Call Ed at 239-728-8440. --------------------------------------------------2004 Land Rover Discovery SE7. All the bells and whistles including a towing package and extended warranty. Dark green with tan interior, 53,400 miles and in very good condition. Moving out of the state and must sell. Asking $20,860 OBO. Call 695-4785. --------------------------------------------------Send your Classified Ads to phone 695-2397 The Museum started life as the old Laundry in 1927 which cleaned all the linens for the Inn and Rod & Gun as well as uniforms for Collier employees. After the laundry closed, it was used in the 1950s for offices and in 1965 was taken over by the Women’s Club. Fundraising began in 1988 to restore it. The Museum was opened in 1998 and is operated by Collier County. It has a permanent display of historic artifacts, including many photos of local families and places. The Friends of the Museum host events here, such as the Meet the Artist reception on Saturday. They are planning a 2-day gala in April 2008 to celebrate their 10 th birthday and the 80 th anniversary of the Tamiami Trail. n --------------------------------------------------Camellia Street Grill needs help this season beginning November. Phone Naiara at 289-8392 or email --------------------------------------------------PUT YOUR JOB ADS IN THE RAPPER ... no charge! phone us at 695-2397 The MULLET RAPPER nrnnrnn PUBLISHER Patricia A. Huff, Snook Publications P O Box 617, Everglades City, FL, 34139 telephone (239) 695-2397 email: EDITORS Marya Repko & Patty Huff CONTRIBUTORS Helen Bryan, Barbara Daniels, Bill Lindsay, Savannah Oglesby, Bob N. Wallace, Avery Sumner PRODUCTION layout by Marya Repko printing by Snook Publications PUBLISHER’S STATEMENT We aim to provide local news that is of interest to the extended community of Everglades City, Chokoloskee, Plantation Island, Lee Cypress, Copeland, Jerome, and Ochopee. We strive to present the facts accurately without political bias or personal opinion. rr nnnr n nnnr SUBSCRIPTION RATES 25¢ per issue $38 per year by US Post ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS date _______________________ Please make check payable to “Patricia Huff” and send to P O Box 617, Everglades City, FL, 34139 ___ Mullet Rapper (incl. WHAT) by email ($10) ___ Mullet Rapper (incl. WHAT) by post ($38) NAME ___________________________________________ EMAIL _____________________________________________ __ STREET / P.O.BOX: ALTERNATE ADDRESS _________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___ CITY ____________________________________________ CITY _____________________________________________ ____ STATE ________ ZIP ____________________________ S TATE _________ ZIP ________________________________ MONTHS AT ALTERNATE ADDRESS __JAN __FEB __MAR __APR __MAY __JUN __JUL __AUG __SEP __OCT __NOV __DEC 9/28/07 nr 105 West Broadway. Everglades City, FL Open: Tuesday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm Saturdays, 9 am – 4 pm Admission is Free VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Contact Martha at 695 0008