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Vol. 5, No. 5


ALOHA
FROM
HAWAII

Travel columnist
Madene Johnson
begins a series on
Hawaii, Page AS


Your Local.News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com


Friday, September 12, 2008


Ring bells
for freedom
Wednesday, Sept. 17
begins the national celebra-
tion of Constitution Week,
commemorating the most
important document in
U.S. history. The Philip
Perry Chapter Daughters of
the American Revolution of
Cocoa will join with other
chapters throughout the
country to insure that the
United States Constitution,
signed on Sept. 17, 1787 by
delegates to the Continental
Convention in Philadel-
phia's Independence Hall,
receives the honor it
deserves.
The DAR petitioned Con-
gress in 1955 to set aside the
week of Sept. 17-23 as Con-
See BRIEF, A]10


Four Melbourne council seats up for grabs


By Gretchen Sauerman
Sauerman@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE At least
two new faces will be up on
the dais after the Nov. 4
election.
Two veteran council
members, Richard Contr-
eras and Cheryl Palmer, are
term-limited, opening up
seats in Melbourne's Dis-
trict .1 and District 5,
respectively.
In District 1, two resi-
dents have announced
their candidacy: Mike
Nowlin and Tamara Sand-
berg.
Mr. Nowlin, 50, is no
stranger to City Hall.. The
Florida Power & Light
employee has served on the
city's Board of Adjustment
for 10 years.
"It's been a dream of
mine to serve on the City
Council since my days


helping the Little League,"
said Mr. Nowlin. "I want to
keep families in the city and
give kids something to do."
The lifelong Melbourne
resident and father of a 25-
year-old son has seen a lot
of changes in five decades.
"Some of it has been
good, some bad," he said.
If elected, Mr. Nowlin
said he hopes to keep the
city focused on public safe-
ty.
"The police department
needs some help, and so
does the fire department,"
he said.
His opponent, Tamara
Sandberg, 45, is a newcom-
er to local politics, but said
she has learned a lot while
working on Mr. Contreras'
unsuccessful bid for School
Board.
"Working at the polls was
a great opportunity to talk
to people," she said.


The
former
small
business ||
a n d
executive
assistant i


fundrais- Nowlin
er s ,
which were commonplace
while raising three children.
Now that her children are
older, she said she wanted
to take on a leadership role
in her city.
"I spoke with Richard
(Contreras), and he said, 'I
have a great way for you to
do it,'" said Ms. Sandberg.
Community safety,
including crime prevention
and emergency services, is
her No. 1 priority, she said.
Water and traffic issues


Sandberg Meehan
also top her list.
-"I've got some ideas," she
said. "I want our communi-
ty to work."
In District 3, incumbent*
. Kathy Meehan faces two
challengers: Merrill Robert-
son and Pat Poole.
Ms. Meehan, 53, has been
on the City Council for the
past four years.
"I still want to make a dif-
ference in our community,"
she said. "I want to contin-
ue to develop in South Mel-
bourne."


Robertson Poole
Public safety is a big con-
cern in her district, said Ms.
Meehan. The mix of com-
mercial, industrial and resi-
dential properties is also
home to some of Mel-
bourne's highest crime
areas.
"I want to keep the streets
free of drug dealers," she
said.
She credits a joint effort
with County Commissioner
Helen Voltz and State Rep.
See COUNCIL, A3


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W. Melboume leaders clash


Council
members,
city manager
trade barbs
By Gretchen Sauerman
Sauerman@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE -
Even though Tropical Storm
Fay left the area weeks ago,
the City Council continues to
wade through troubled
waters.
While the winds were still
blowing, council member
Mike Hazlett issued sharp
criticism of vacationing city
manager David Rey Pal.
Unsatisfied with Mr. Rey-
nal's reasons for not return-
ing to the city during the
' storm, Mr. Hazlett asked the
council to fire the city man-
ager during the Aug. 25
meeting.
When his first attempt


failed, Mr. Hazlett reissued
the call for Mr. Reynal's
ouster during the Sept. 2
meeting.
The call was not well
received by a council cham-
ber packed with employees
and residents who support-
ed Mr. Reynal.
More than a half-dozen
attendees' criticized Mr.
Hazlett for attacking Mr. Rey-
nal, and tempers soon began
to flare.
Calling a heckler a "cow-
ard," Mr. Hazlett then turned
to Mr. Reynal.
"Talk about a sham and a
set-up," he said. "You're a
criminal. You're no leader."
Council member
Stephany Eley supported Mr.
Hazlett, saying the city man-
ager was deficient in three
areas.
Problems in the city clerk's
office, recurring payroll
issues and a missed special
assessment on residents of


Sylvan Estates were exam-
ples of concerns that "have
not been addressed," she
said.
She added that several
council members gave Mr.
Reynal poor marks in his last
performance review for fail-
ing to delegate duties.
Council member Bill Met-
trick quickly defended the
attack.
"What did (Mr. Reynal) do
the day of the storm? He del-
egated authority. You have
your own agenda to get rid of
him," he said to Ms. Eley.
Deputy Mayor John
D'Amico also supported
Mr. Reynal, saying the
clerk's office problems and
the Sylvan Estates issues
pre-dated the city manag-
er's tenure.
"I think he's being unjustly
criticized tonight," he said.
Council member Andy
See LEADERS, A2


Habitat for Humanity


relocates facility


New location
on Ellis Road
more accessible
By Gretchen Sauerman
Sauerman@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE For the
past three months, Habitat
for Humanity volunteers
have been hammering,
sawing and painting a
building on Ellis Road.
This lime, instead of
building a home for a local
family in need, volunteers
were renovating what
would become Habitat's
new home.
The 22,000-square-foot
office and warehouse at
7815 Ellis Road will soon
be christened, marking
the fourth relocation for


Preparing for the storm


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
City of Melbourne employee Travis Williams loads sandbags into the truck of a Melbourne resident. The city
passed out 10 sandbags per resident in preparation for rising rainwater from approaching tropical storm systems.


Habitat in its 23 years, said
Kim Gabriel, vice presi-
dent of marketing for
Habitat for Humanity of
Brevard County.
A sign that Habitat's
mission of helping fami-
lies build their futures
continues to grow: The
organization's first space
was only 1,250 square feet,
almost 20 times smaller
than the new facility, said
Ms. Gabriel.
Joe Gassman, president
and CEO of the local Habi-
tat affiliate, said he was
very excited about the new
location.
"We're going to have a
lot more exposure along
this road," said Mr.
Gassman. "We'll see more
See HABITAT, A3


Payroll


error


costly for


workers

Nearly $25,000
in overpayments
made to city
employees,
By Gretchen Sauerman
Sauerman@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE -
Unlike in the game of
Monopoly, there is no such
thing as a "bank error in
your favor" in West Mel-
bourne.
At least 12 employees
were overpaid at some
point in the last two years,
said city manager David
Reynal.
A single glitch was not
responsible, he said.
Some employees
received extra pay because
of an incorrect salary
adjustment after the city
commissioned an outside
consultant to compare
salaries to those of workers
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Gold scrap selling big at Roadshow, anoutyourattics'.closets and lock
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as price for metal hits record high Roadshow experts are in town all this week
BY ARCHIE DAVIS Roadshow Representative Staff Writer purchasing antiques and .... Itl ,I.I-.
While the Roadshow will accept anything
that's old. they arc focusing on gold and
: : silver, also coins made before 1965,
military items, musical instruments, pocket


Roadshow Representative Archie Davis assists a visitor with
pocket watches and clocks. The collection sold at the Roadshow
for more than $2,000. Other visitors brought a variety of items
including coins, toys, dolls and trains. Admission is free and no
appointment is necessary.


Our International Collectors
Association members are
looking for the following
types of items.
COINS Any and all coins made
before 1965. This includes all silver
and gold coins, dollars. half dollars,
quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies.
All conditions wanted!
GOLD & SILVER PRICES AT
25 YEAR HIGH! for platinum, gold
and silver during this event. Broken
Jewelry, dental gold, old coins.
pocket watches. Kruggerands, Gold
Bars Canadian Maple leafs, etc.
JEWELRY Gold. silver, platinum,
diamonds, rubies, sapphires and all
types of stones, metals, etc. Rings,
bracelets, necklaces, all others
including broken jewelry. Early
costume jewelry wanted.
WATCHES Rolex, Tiffany.
; Hnblot. Omega, Chopard. Curlier.
Philippe, Ebel, Waltham, Swatch, all
others.
*;. t'POCKlT WATCHE'S Chopard.
. Elgin. Bunn Special. Railroad.
niIn., i l iii I.T n all others.
TOYS All types of toys made
before 1965 including: Hot Wheels.
Tonka. Buddy L.,, Smith Miller,
Nylint, Robots, battery toys, Mickey
Momuse. all others.
RAINS Train sets. all gauges.
accessories, individual cars, Marklin,
American Flyer. Lionel, Hafner. all
others-
DOLLS Barbie Dolls. GI Joe,
SShirley Temple, Characters,
German. all makers accepted.
SWORDS The older'the better all
types wanted.
WAR IT !EMS Civil,
Revolutionary. WWIWWII, etc.
Items of interest
include swords, badges, clothes.
photos, medals.
'knives gear. letters, etc.
ADVERTISING ITEMS Metal
and Porcelain signs, gas companies,
beer and liquor makers. automobile.
implements, etc.
TIFFANY Items signed by LCT,
lamps, vases, art glass, etc.


and wrist watches.
Modern jewelry with diamonds and other
precious stones are also being accepted.
One person that attended the Roadshow
brought in an 1864 Civil War sword and
a coin'collection and left 45 minutes later
$10,000 richer. Another was not as lucky
but seemed happy with the $355.00 they
received for broken gold jewelry. "I think
this is a great idea" said one lady that
sold her old class iini- aind some broken
gold chains. "The stuff was just I' i- i'i
a dresser drawer for years." She received
$248.42 for her efforts. Jeff Parsons,
the president of the Treasure Hunters
Roadshow explained what the show is all
about. It's a chance for anyone to sell their


By Tony Judnich
S Judnich@hometownnewsol.com


MELBOURNE It cross-
es the sky at 150 mph, above
traffic-congested roads and
other obstacles.
Each year, it averages at
least 600 flights, including
the delivering of trauma
patients from Brevard
County, Indian River Coun-
ty, and parts of Osceola and
Orange counties to Holmes
Regional Medical Center
and Trauma Center in Mel-
bourne.
It is the life-saving air
ambulance known as the
First Flight helicopter,
which is celebrating its 20th
year of helping trauma
patients during their "Gold-
en Hour."
It is believed that a vic-
tini's chances of survival are
greatest if he or she receives
definitive care within the
first hour after being seri-
ously injured.
"The value of having a
service like First Flight is the
saving of time," said Elliot
Cohen, spokesman for
Health First, which owns
and operates Holmes
Regional Medical Center
and the First Flight pro-
gram. "If (a victim) is a sig-
nificant distance from
Holmes, or if there is heavy
traffic, First Flight is going to
be your life-saving option.
"About 70 percent of its


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It seems everyone has items they have
wondered about or want to sell but really
don't know where to go said Parsons. He
said the show has been in over 600 cities
since 2001. \\ h ni asked what the most
memorable experience was he had a quick
answer. \\ ih iut a doubt it was a show in
Pennsylvania when an elderly gentleman
asked if we could send someone with
him to visit an old toy store he had closed
down 50 years ago. It was like .' ni -
back in time" Parsons said "the store's 50
year old inventory was still on the shelves
the store was.a treasure trove of collectible
toys. I have never seen..i, thim., like it. It
was simply unbelievable!"
It seems the store was closed due to World
War II. "I had to go serve my country."
the owner told PaI'm,-T i Serve he did
for the next 35 years. The collection of
vintage toys still in their original boxes
sold for more than $650.000. All this
week kRJ-...'i experts will be accepting
S.111u i ,.pc- of antiques and collectibles.
The event is free and no appointment
is necessary.


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flights go to Holmes,
because about 70 percent of
its cases are trauma cases."
Examples of trauma cases
are people who are seriously
injured in a car accident, or
who are the victims of a
shooting or stabbing, Mr.
Cohen said.
The helicopter also pro-
vides inter-facility transport
of adult and pediatric
patients, as well as special-
ized transport of cardiac
patients.
Health First plans to cele-
brate First Flight's 20 years
of service with a VIP recep-
tion from 4-6 p.m. Wednes-
day, Sept. 17, at the heli-
copter's base of operations:
Hangar 18 at Melbourne
International Airport, 1377
Aviation Drive.
The event will include the
stories of people who were
assisted by. First Flight, as
well as remarks by First
Flight officials and other
emergency responders.
The First Flight helicopter
is an EC-135 twin-turbo
engine Eurocopter. It is
equipped with the. latest
medical equipment and can
accommodate two patients
comfortably along with
three crewmembers,
according to the Web site,
www.health-first.org.
Mr. Cohen said First Flight
is a 24/7 operation, and its
pilots have thousands of
flight hours logged flying
rescue missions.
Besides the pilot, each
First Flight crew consists of
a licensed paramedic who is
certified in advanced car-
diac life support and pedi-
atric advanced life support,
and a registered nurse who
has five years of experience
and is a certified emergency
nurse or critical care nurse.
"You have highly qualified
people on board providing
services in.flight on the way
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Leaders
From page Al
Jones received rousing
applause when he called for
an end to the fighting within
the council.
"We work as a team," he
said. "This council should be
part of the team and not part
of the problem."
The controversy continued
,after Mr. Hazlett failed in his
bid to remove Mr. Reynal.
The city manager read a
three-page letter outlining
what he perceived was evi-
dence of a violation of Flori-
da's Government in the Sun-
shine Law.
In her criticism of Mr. Rey-
nal, Ms. Eley accused the city
manager of calling his assign-
ment a "9-to-5" job, which
was similar to the language
Mr. Hazlett used later in the
evening.
That "9-to-5 job" phrase
reportedly came from a pri-
vate conversation between
the city manager and Mr.
Hazlett, said Mr. Reynal.
"What I believe happened
... was that Mr. Hazlett talked
with Ms. Eley and relayed my
feeling about having a 9-to-5
job, (even though that was
erroneous)," he said.
To reinforce his assertion,
Mr. Reynal presented an affi-
davit, signed by Mr. Jones,
attesting to a conversation he
had with Mr. Hazlett.
In that conversation, the
phrase "9-to-5" was also
used, said Mr. Jones, who said
he abruptly ended the con-
versation When the topic
came up.
The allegation immediately
drew fire from Ms. Eley and
Mr. Hazlett.
"I'm fully prepared to get a
lawyer," said Mr. Hazlett. "I've
got the dough, you don't.
Bring it."
While the council decided
not to transmit the inquiry to
the state's Attorney General,
Mr. Reynal still could have
sent the request which he
said he does not plan to do.
Deputy Mayor D'Amico
expressed disappointment at
the evening's turbulence, say-
ing the city was either at "a
crossroad or a dead end."


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Habitat
From page Al
foot traffic at our ReStore."
ReStore is one of Habitat's
biggest money makers. Gen-
tly used and new home fur-
nishings, including furni-
ture, electrical materials,
paint, flooring, lumber and
plumbing fixtures are donat-
ed to Habitat, then resold to
the public at deep discounts.
The new location, at 7815
Ellis Road, across the street
from Downtown Produce, is
slated to officially open Sept.
18, during a ceremony from
5:30 -7 p.m.
Meanwhile, volunteers
and students from the Space
Coast Youthbuild are work-
ing feverishly to get every-


Council
From page Al
Mitch Needelman, R-Mel-
bourne, for helping keep
teenagers off the streets.
"It's a work in progress,"
she said.
Ms. Nleehan and her hus-
band, Dennis, have been
married 24 years and have
Rvo children, ages 21 and
23.
She is the manager at
Nleehan's. an office supply
store in downtown Mel-
bourne.
Challenger Pat Poole is a
familiar face in City Hall.
The 81-year-old has served
on the Melbourne City
Council for 18 years.
Although she temporarily
retired from office due to
term limits, she never
stopped attending council
meetings. Ns. Poole said she
has not missed a meeting in
22 years.
"I'm encouraged by the
people who care about
what's happening in the,
city." she said. "I want the
city to belong to the people,


thing ready.
More than 20 Youthbuild
students are participating,
said Dennis Morgan, super-
visor.
The Youthbuild program
provides on-the-job con-
struction training as well as
educational classes to pre-
pare 16-to-24-year-olds with
skills to enter the workforce,
said Ms. Gabriel.
The program is coordinat-
ed through Brevard Com-
munity College.
Habitat for Humanity is
leasing the building from
local commercial real estate
and property management
firm CIA Developers, Habi-
.tat's landlord since 1990.
"It has always been our
pleasure to assist Habitat for
Humanity of Brevard Coun-


not the outside interests
who have been run out of
South Florida."
She said she has been dis-
turbed by some of the
unchecked growth, includ-
ing the approval of a large
number of high-rise devel-
opments planned in the
downtown area.
A Melbourne resident
since 1929, Mis. Poole has
lived in the same house in
District 3 for the past 72
years.
"There were only 2,500
people in Melbourne when
imy parents) moved here,"
she said.
If elected, ls. Poole said
she would be a full-time
candidate %who will work to
keep Melbourne an en\i-
ronmentally safe and beau-
tiful city.
The third candidate in the
District 3 race. Merrill
Robertson, said he has been
creating a wishh list" of sug-
gestions and proposals for
Melbourne since 1984.
The 56-year-old has been
a substitute teacher in sev-
eral counties, and has
served as assistant coordi-


'"We're going to have a lot more exposure
along this road. We'll see more foot traffic at our
ReStore.

Joe Gassman
Habitat for Humanity


ty," said Rick Kendust, mar-
keting and leasing coordina-
tor for CIA .Developers, in a
news release. "For such a
large and far reaching organ-
ization, it was very impor-
tant that they found a facility
that perfectly fit their
needs."
The combined warehouse
office space would be a
tough fit for most tenants,
said Mr. Gassman.
"There were so many
attributes to the building


nator for the adult educa-
tion program in Duval
County.
A graduate of Melbourne
High School, Mr. Robertson
said education and voca-
tional development should
be high on the city's priority
list.
He said the 2004 hurri-
cane season and the events
of Sept. 11 should be a
wake-up call that the city
needs a better disaster pre-
paredness program that
protects all of the residents.
"Without people, we have
no community," he said.
"Without people, there is no
one to rebuild the city."
Calling himself a vision-
ary, Mr. Robertson points to
campaign literature from
his unsuccessful council bid
in 2004.
"Many of the issues I list-
ed are really important
today," he said.
Among those, the use of
alternative energy sources,
better facilities for seniors
and the use of Stone Middle
School as an emergency
shelter.
During Tropical Storm


that no single business
could take full advantage,"
he said.
Habitat for Humanity will
use the office space for
administration, volunteer
training and family outreach
programs.
The warehouse will serve
as the new ReStore, stocked
with thousands of name
brand building materials.
For information, visit
www.brevardhabitat.com or
call (321) 255-5800.


Fay, residents in the flooded
areas near University Boule-
vard and Lipscomb Street
had to evacuate to shelters
miles away, while Stone
Middle School sat vacant, he
said.
"Let us build this city
together," said Mr. Robert-
son.
The District 5 seat has
only one qualified candi-
date, Molly Tasker. who will
be elected \without opposi-
tion.
Nlavor Harry Goode is
also unopposed in his re-
election bid.
A veteran politician. Mr.
Goode was the city's mayor
from 1979 to 1986, then a
state representative for 14
years.
He was appointed to the
Florida League of Mayors
board of directors in 2005,
said Nlike Moore, city of
Nlelbourne public informa-
tion officer.
Several of the candidates
have created Web sites to
help inform voters. For
more information, visit
tiiu,'l'.breiardelections.org.


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By Tammy Roberts
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Local women are asked to
loosen up their purses next
month for an event that
proves the act of giving
never really goes out of
style.
For the past three years,
Serene Harbor, a Brevard
County-based domestic vio-,
lence shelter, has hosted'
"Purses with a Purpose," a
luncheon and fundraiser
that coincides with Domes-
tic Violence Awareness
Month.
The event, which will be
Oct. 3 at the Crowne Plaza
Melbourne Oceanfront in
Indialantic, features both a
live and silent auction con-
sisting of jewelry, gift certifi-
cates and a wide selection of
donated designer purses.
Brands of hafidbags
include Coach, Dooney &
Bourke, Cole Haan, Kate
Spade, Beijo, LYDC, Etienne
Aigner, Liz Claiborne, Tig-
nanello and Nine West.
"This luncheon is a lot of
fun and a great networking
event," said Nancy Pelto-
nen, operations director for
Serene Harbor. "Along with
learning about domestic
violence, people enjoy a
fabulous lunch, vendor
booths to shop, raffle prizes
and two amazing auctions."
All of the proceeds col-
lected at "Purses with a Pur-
pose" will be donated to
Serene Harbor.
In the past 16 years,
Serene Harbor has housed
more than 3,000 women
and children. The organiza-
tion has reached another
15,000 people through its
outreach programs, such as


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in other cities.
The so-called CODY
adjustment was too high for
eight employees, resulting
in almost $20,000 in excess
payments.
In other cases, police offi-
cers were overpaid, either
because of incorrect over-
time adjustments or a
bonus based on inaccurate
credentials earned, said Mr.
Reynal.
Council member Andy
Jones said the overpay-
ments must be returned to
the city.
"We have a responsibility
to do the right thing by our
citizens and taxpayers," he
said. "As a council member, I
can't give away what doesn't
belong to me."
Council members agreed
.that the law does not allow
them to "forgive" the over-
payments, but disagreed on
how it should be returned.


Council member Bill Met-
trick suggested employees
pay the money back at $25
per pay period.
Council member
Stephany Eley added that
employees should be
allowed to trade in sick and
vacation days to bring the
debt down.
Most employees owe less
than $1,000, but one owes in
excess of $5,000, said Mr.
Reynal.
Police Chief Brian Lock
was concerned about a one-
size-fits-all payback plan.
One of his employees is
the single mother of a spe-
cial needs child.
"We'd greatly appreciate
some kind of latitude," said
Chief Lock.
On a unanimous vote, the
City Council approved a
plan that incorporates sick
and vacation leave buy-
backs, as well as a $25 per
pay period deduction until
the debt is paid off.
"This is just one of those
unfortunate things," said
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relocation assistance, job
search assistance, counsel-
ing and child outings.
With a staff of 13 and an
additional 25 volunteers, the
organization recently relo-
cated to a new facility, allow-
ing it to house 24 individuals
at a time. The new shelter
was funded through a state
grant from the Florida
Department of Children and
Families, Ms. Peltonen said.
"Purses with a Purpose" is
one of Serene Harbor's most
popular fundraisers. The
other is a celebrity gala auc-
tion and golf tournament
organized each February.
"These two fundraisers
and donations from the
community are our second-
biggest funding source after
the Florida Coalition Against
Domestic Violence Grant,"
Ms. Peltonen said.
With nearly 200 attendees,
last year's "Purses with a
Purpose" brought in $30,000
for Serene Harbor. The
organization hopes to sur-
pass that amount at this
year's event.
"For a small organization
like ours, this event is quite
(critical)," Ms. Peltonen said.
"We need our fundraisers to
make up for the lack of
funding from government
organizations. There is just
not enough support from
state and federal grants to
provide us with enough
money to pay for all the
services we provide to the
community."
"Purses with a Purpose"
will be Oct. 3 from 11:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Crowne
Plaza Melbourne Ocean-
front, Indialantic. Lunch is
$35. For information or to
become a sponsor or
donate an item, call Nancy
Peltonen at (321) 726-8282
or e-mail
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.

Melbourne
Police Department

Brett Peter Hattaway, 43,
of 1010 Luminary Circle,
No. 101, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 29 with driv-
ing under influence, driving
under the influence-prop-
erty damage, reckless driv-
ing, battery on a law
enforcement officer and
resisting arrest with vio-
lence.
* Anthony David Vaughn,
42, of 799 Wildbriar Road
N.E., Palm Bay, was charged
Aug. 29 as a habitual traffic
offender.
Christopher David
Courtney II, 19, of 941 Pope
St. N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 30 with bur-
glary and petty theft.
Thomas Jackson, 45, of
3410 Saxon St., Melbourne,
was charged Aug. 30 with
aggravated battery-domes-
tic violence and resisting
arrest without violence.
Jose M. Laureano, 31, of
4417 Maxwell Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
30 with on-site violation of
probation/violation of
community control and as
a habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Lawrence E. Mims, 27, of
602 Sheridan Woods Drive,
West Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 30 with aggra-
vated assault and accident
involving death/personal
injury-failure to remain at
the scene of the accident.
Timmothy Michael
Pushman, 36, of 508 Ixora
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 30 with flee-
ing/attempting to elude a
police officer, resisting
arrest without violence,
reckless driving and as a
habitual traffic offender


driving on a suspended
license.
Nelson Heredia, 45, of
4651W. Eau Gallie Blvd., No.
36, Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 31 with aggravated
battery on a pregnant
woman.
William Luther Phillips,
28, of 1830 Southland Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 31 with delivering a
controlled substance, pos-
session of cocaine, posses-
sion of cocaine with intent
to sell and resisting arrest
without violence.
Dale Eberhart, 44, of
1640 Pinecrest Court,
Cocoa, was charged Sept. 1
with burglary and grand
theft.
Timothy James Ford, 24,
of 2681 Caribbean Isle
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 1 with carry-
*ing a concealed weapon
and driving under the influ-
ence.
Nicole Lizette Bombri-
ant, 33, of 22 Circle Ave., No.
2, Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 2 with burglary and
criminal mischief.
Ontanvaia Demetrius
Hall, 25, of 438 Marquis St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 3 with aggravated bat-
tery.
Christopher William
Leahy, 30, of 312 Bunker St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 3 with grand theft,
driving under the influence,
accident involving damage
t9 vehicle/property, driving
while license suspended,
refusal to take a breath test
and two counts of driving
under the influence-prop-
erty damage.
Jesse W. McBride, 38, of
3325 Rivercrest Drive, No.
111, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 3 with alter-
ing/destroying evidence,
resisting arrest without vio-
lence and on-site violation
of probation/violation! of
community control.
Jessie W. McBride, 30, of
3325 Rivercrest Drive, No.
111, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 3 with alter-
ing/destroying evidence,


resisting arrest without vio-
lence and on-site violation
of probation/violation of
community control.
Chevez Price, 46,
address unknown, was
charged Sept. 3 with traf-
ficking stolen property and
official misconduct.
James David Price, 47, of
1720 Bottlebrush Road, No.
110, Palm Bay, was charged
Sept. 3 with grand theft.
Edward James Slatter, 32,
of 2517 Race St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 3
with robbery, battery on a
person 65 or older and
petty theft.
Elissa Ann Williams, 31,
of 2203 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 3 with
altering/destroying evi-
dence.
Leron S. Cloud, 32, of
2901 Albemarle St., Unit Al,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 4 with robbery.
Dana R. Lucas, 24, of
4327 Barnesdale Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 4 with aggravated
assault and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
'* Sara Elizabeth Wolfe, 18,
of 1426 Paul St., Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 4 with
trafficking stolen property,
giving false information to a
secondhand property deal-
er and grand theft.

West Melbourne
Police Department
Gabriel Gilbert Herrera,
43, of 1675 Seneca Drive.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 29 with grand theft.
David Jones III, 25, of
1733 Palm Place Drive,
Palm Bay, was charged Aug.
30 with possession of
cocaine, two counts of pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia and two counts of.on-
site violation of
probation/violation of
community control.
David Christopher
Hydron, 24, of 2850
Caribbean Isle Blvd., No.
107, Melbourne, was


charged Sept. 1 with burgla-
ry, possession of cannabis
and petty theft.
* Clifford Neil Curry, 26, of
1197 Jasmine- St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 4
with contempt-failure to
serve sentence time, pos-
session of a prescription
drug without a prescription
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Nancy Lee Catledge, 50,
address unknown, was
charged Aug. 29 with felony
driving under the influence.
Sanjay Ghulati, 43, of
1415 Talon Way, Melbourne,
was charged Aug. 29 with
possession of a short-bar-
reled gun/rifle/machine
gun.
Wid Kever III, 54, of 115
W. Seminole Ave., No. 111,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 29 with violation of a
court order referencing
aggravated stalking.
Randy Scott McLain, 46,
of 1603 Gina Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
29 with robbery.
Howard D. Hitt, 50, of
1485 John Rodes Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
30 with driving under the
influence and refusal to
take a breath test.
Christopher Mitchell, 50,
of 1316 Melbourne Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 30 with felony driving
under tlie influence, driving
while license suspended,
giving a false name and


refusal to take a breath test.
Tina Marie Perkins, 28,
of 598 N. Wickham Road,
No. 80, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 30 with felony
failure to appear-traffic and
misdemeanor failure to
appear.
Alexander Witold Vigliot-
ti, 19, of 1984 Palmer Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 30. with aggravated
battery and aggravated
assault.
Frank Richard Butler, 19,
of 8510 Ivanhoe Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
31 with scheming to
defraud and obtain proper-
ty and retail theft.
Melissa Jane Davis, 25, of
843 Adger Smith Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
31 with two counts of viola-
tion of probation.
- William Arthur Fenton
III, 28, of 321 Tuscany Way,
Melbourne, was charged'
Aug. 31 with aggravated
battery-domestic violence
and false imprisonment.
Jennifer Joyce Hurse, 35,
of 443 Marquis St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
31 with failure to appear-
traffic, violation of proba-
tion, driving while license
suspended, having no
motor vehicle registration
and obstruction by dis-
guise.
James Kenneth Poquette
Jr., 46, address unknown,
was charged Aug. 31 with
disorderly intoxication,
driving under the influence,
exposure of sexual organs
and harming/threatening a,
public servant/family, to
intimidate.


* Alan C. Soper, 53, of 2455
Michigan St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
31 with aggravated assault-
domestic violence, posses-
sion of cannabis, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia,
battery ofi a law enforce-
ment officer and resisting
arrest with violence.
Roger David Beatty, 33,
of 2975 Thrush Drive, No.
233, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 1 as a habitu-
al traffic offender and with
keeping/maintaining a
shop/warehouse/vehicle /b
oat/aircraft for the purpose
of trafficking a controlled
substance and two counts
of possession of a con-
trolled substance.
Richard Jeffery Dettmer,
46, address unknown, was
charged Sept. 1 with traf-
ficking stolen property, bur-
glary and grand theft.
* Justin Matthew Huber,
28, of 7630 Greensboro
Drive, No. 2, West Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 1
with two counts of selling a
* controlled substance and
two counts of possession of
a controlled substance.
Andre Shawn Hudson,
41, of 1096 Coleman St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 1 with selling cocaine,
possession of cocaine and
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell.
*.Devon Elise Parsons, 18,
of 1924 Palm Blvd.,. Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 2
with two counts of selling
cocaine, two counts of pos-
session of cocaine with
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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.


Police and red lights
I want to talk about the man who wanted the police to double
up, two to a car.What'would happen if the police had to respond
to the other side of town? The response time would be too long.
Also, regarding stop lights, why are we sitting there (so long at
the lights) wasting gas? No one is coming the other way. (Those in
government) need to think about fixing these lights so they don't
stay red so long.

Use all energy sources
The greatest nation of the 21st century will be that nation that
can provide the most energy at the lowest price.
The U.S. is in a race for energy with China, Russia and the rest of
the world. We must be willing to use all our energy resources: oil,
coal, nuclear, water, wind, solar.
Anything less than a full court press and the U.S. will become a
ThirdWorld country.

Sheriff's department questioned
Why is it that the Sheriff's Office wants to know if you have a
grudge against somebody when you call the sheriff (and tell
them that person is drunk and driving)?
One of these days, a child is going.to be killed and someone is
going to be sued. I just think it is unfair that the Sheriff's Office
takes the drunk's side when you are reporting someone who is
truly drunk.

Hire our own
Cheap labor seemingly is the game. Some very large credit card
companies, department stores and pharmaceutical firms now
have'customer service with foreign countries (providing the
staff), so if you dial a "1-800" number to (a) company, you are no
doubt speaking to a country like India, etc.
We have a heavy jobless rate in this country and more is expect-
ed. Why, then, do we have to deal with a foreigner who cannot be
understood and also use English names (like) David, Ann or Mar-
garet and have an accent? ,. '-
These companies are doing this as the labor is cheap. The com-
panywill say (that the employees) are ell- Lr gained. laybe so. but
you can't understand them due to the language barrier.
Let's hire our own please.

Fuzzy math is confusing
Palm Bay's fuzzy mathematics has me confused. As reported in
the Florida Today and other media, the City Council intends to
raise the tax village from 4.7249 to 5.3013. Increasing the millage
then applying it to a home with an assessed value of $130,000
minus the normal $25,000 homestead exemption will somehow
mystically lower your taxes. Does the city management have
information that assessed home values will be going down or is
this just another manipulation of numbers by the city manager
and his staff?
The reported article also :tated that they would be experienc-
ing a $700,000 cut Correspondingly, they have reported a $63
million general fund requirement compared to just a little over
$62 million last year.
Somehow, a $1 million gain is calculated as a loss when using
their mathematics. (It's) time to take a serious look at needs ver-


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sus wants in this year's budget.
Government elected officials have totally disregarded the wish-
es of the citizens, who overwhelmingly approved tax limits by
amendment. (The) voter intent was to limit the uncontrolled
spending by all government entities.

Do nothing Democratic congress
Nancy Pelosi and (Harry) Reid don't-care about the people of
the United States. Gasoline prices are higher than they've ever
been and they go on'vacation. (Ms.) Pelosi is going to save the
planet by not drilling for more oil. (Sen.) Reid and (Ms.) Pelosi
better get off of their priorities and worry about Iran and the ter-
rorists with nuclear bombs. That's why we are in Iraq- to stop and
kill the terrorists. And also remember the Congress, (Sen.) Hillary
(Clinton) and all, voted to go to Iraq. We certainly do not need any
more Democrats in Congress and we certainly don't need (Sen.
Barack) Obama for president or (Sen.) Hillary (Clinton) for vice
president. They will take the United States backwards. Vote
Republican, please.

Drilling has constraints
(People say "Drill here, drill now.") Yet people using this saying
have little clue as to what must go into drilling here and now.
There is some hopeful drilling going on nowin the Gulf of Mexi-
co, but nothing is a quick fix. As many as two thirds of Americans
say they are in favor of more drilling in off-limit areas, mainly out
of hope (understandably) that gas prices will fall as a result. Com-
panies that want to drill don't necessarily have the equipment or
labor to do it. There are some serious constraints to expanded
drilling, including labor anr equipment shortages. Only limited
number of shipyards, scattered throughout the world, are capa-
ble of building the necessary $700 million drilling rig and many of
the rigs that are being built are going to Brazil, West Africa, and
Southeast Asia, where the oil business is also booming. Though a
record number of rigs are under construction, the tight supply of
equipment would constrain exploration and drilling even if Con-
gress were to open up more acres. Please be mindful of all of this.
Drill here, drill now...not so easy.

Check your towing bill
If your vehicle has been towed by (a local tow company) in the
last few years, check your receipt. Chances are you were over-
charged because, by admission, they were not complying with
state law. They were charging storage by calendar day rather than
by a 24-hour clock; meaning that if (your vehicle) was towed at
one minute before midnight and you picked it up at 10 minutes
past midnight you were charged two days storage.
Editor's note: Florida statutes 715.07 regarding towing and
715.111 regarding assessingstorage charges do not verify the read-
er's opinion that the tow company was not complying with state
law.

John Edwards' problem is our problem
This is about John Edwards. I don't see how people can say "It's
a personal problem" when someone is in politics. He's represent-
ing people, and he's supposed to be helping people.


Smokers are not my friends
"No need for smokers" was a great and true rant. I couldn't have
said it better. However, I can add to it. Not only do I clean up my
yard of butts and trash, I clean up for my neighbors, as well. I
dean along Stewart Road, in my wheelchair. I pick up butts, cans,
towels, clothes, shoes, bottles, paper. You name it, I've picked it
up. Who's going to do the job? No one else. So I might as well. Not
the ones that make all that trash, that's for sure. The worst of the
smokers are the women. They stand outside storefronts making
you gag as you go in and at the bus stop. How about the
teenagers, as well? They're all disgusting people.
And how about the dog-walkers who leave a mess behind? One
man walks four dogs on Stewart Road all the time and never once
ceans up after them.
These people will be with us but I choose not to be friends with
any of them. (I'm) not friends with smokers or drinkers. They're
just trashy people.

Voter against Obama
A taxpayer voting for Obama is like a chicken voting for Colonel
Sanders. Now that won't be very hard to check for accuracy.

Change speed on weekends
Could someone please tell me why the speed limit is 35 mph on
Sunday? There is no one working on Sunday and still they insist
on keeping everyone creeping along at a snail's pace. Can't they
put up some signs to let folks go 50 mph when no one is working?
That might include Saturday evening after 7 p.m. Ridiculous.

Presidency and infidelity
Let's see how things work here now in the United States of


America. If you have an affair outside of marriage, you get
impeached. If you invade a country on false pretenses, it's
defending our nation.
John Edwards has confessed to infidelity. He was running for
president. Imagine if he (had been) nominated and eventually
elected. Let's see, last time we had a president who cheated on his
wife, we had a zero budget deficit, record low unemployment,
nobody losing their lives in a foreign country, record stock mar-
ket, (a country) at peace ... sound familiar?
Too bad "W" didn't cheat on Laura.

In whose interests?
Only one candidate in the Congressional Race Florida 15 has
ever held an elected office Republican State Sen. Bill Posey. This
does not assure me he is the most qualified. Sen. Posey's prema-
ture pontification by the GOP and the infusion of $500,000 into
his war chest will assure us of yet another GOP rubberstamp
member of Congress. Why else would Republican Party leaders
take the nearly unheard of step by endorsing him (a real estate
agent with an associate degree from a community college) over
two other GOP candidates?
Sen. Poseyhas repeatedly and miserably failed us inhis current
position as State Senator. Thanks to his leadership, we have our
homeowners' insurance crisis and the bogus property tax savings
that are gutting our communities, creating safety problems in our
neighborhoods, andimpacting education in a negative way.
Sen. Posey states his reason for running is "To best represent
the interests of the citizens of District 15.' Indeed, will he repre-
"sent the citizens or the special interests fueling his campaign?,

Candidates aren't qualified
After reading the background of the candidates running for
positions, I was amazed how few of them are qualified for the job
they want. Some of them "attended colleges," but for one reason
or another never graduated or got a degree, which would qualify
them for the positions they seek.
When applying for a position at Harris or any other large corpo-
ration, a bachelor's degree and job experience are required. Tax-
payers of Melbourne should demand the same, and nothing less,
of these candidates. It does not matter in how many organiza-
tions they are members, or which social functions they attend.
Those are only for their own benefit. We do not need unqualified
candidates who later sit in their offices with only a smile on their
faces. Taxpayers (will) have to pay for additional office staff to do
the actual work. Nor should the candidates forget they are "public
servants working for the taxpayers.

Monitor children on Internet.
Just a note of frustration to go out to all the parents of pre-teens
and teens, especially those who spend time on MySpace.com. I
would hope parents go on and check their child's MySpace.. .or
have figured out if they have a "fake" one for the parents to see
and a real one that they communicate to their friends. The
amount of lewd and inappropriate things that come across (the
site) is amazing. My child is (younger than) 14 and the language
and suggestive comments made by boys ages 11-18 are unimag-
inable, and for this reason, we won't be using MySpace anymore.
And I won't leave girls out.. .they flaunt themselves with photos
trying to outdo the other girls and are equally crass. There is no
value in this site. Kids forget how to pick up a phone and talk to
one another, a skill that could arguably hurt them in a career later
on.

Children are priority
Don't be naive beachside parents. We have one of the highest
drug usage (rates) among underage kids in the county One of the
reasons is that many of the kids don't have anything else to do; in
other words, they are not given chores or work. They are just
"given," which leads to boredom, and we knowwhere that leads. I
am not dogging all kids. There are many bright kids (who) apply
themselves. But don't be suckered into thinking your kid is above
the rest.
Maybe it is just all the parents (who) said yes to PG-13 movies
when the kids were 8, and now say yes to R rated movies since the
kids are 12. Sure, your kid can "handle" it, nothing wrong with
them becoming real familiar with that content now.
Remember, as mature as you think your kid is, there is no way
their minds are mature enough to process it all positively and
rationally. Really, is it in their best interest to barrage them with all
that? I am no Bible thumper. I am a parent who loves her chil-
dren, and the community of Melbourne Beach, and respects my
friends and neighbors and wants their children safe, too.
Please don't say you are too busy or overwhelmed to check up
on your child. What possibly takes priority over your child?

Consider life
Concerning the huge responsibility of voters to really think
before using their gift of choice in the upcoming election, candi-
dates for all offices need to take a good look at their response to
the issue of life. Voters constantly hear the claim: "You can't make
it a one-issue vote." However, when the issue is a culture of life
versus the prevailing culture of death, that issue determines
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everything else. Taxes, the economy, education, and health care
are. insignificant if a candidate has no respect for life itself.
As I ride my bike through my lovely neighborhood and collect
the (hamburger) wrappers, (coffee) cups and (beer) cans on the
roadside (with my walking buddies doing the same), I can't help
but think that the "throw away syndrome" easily leads to the ulti-
mate throw away- of life itself. If we are honest, the main reason
the pro-choice movement is necessary is because modem socie-
ty screams, "ifit feels good, do it" at ouryoungpeople. Then those
same "adults" act shocked when the youth listen. Now, there has
to be a way to avoid the consequences of their actions. Little won-
der they often see the choice as violence to another, often inno-
cent, victim.
".. the idea that the human body is a commodity for use, that
children are something to be avoided, even if adoption is an
option, that sex should be without consequences. It is this men-
tality, this reliance on cheap sexual pleasure and anti-child pro-
creation avoidance, that makes abortion inevitable.
"...If respect for the human body's natural powers, for the
opposite sex, for the generation of new life are restored to society,
abortion will wither way." D'Agostino. Population Research Insti-
tute. PRIWeekly Briefing, May 5,2006.)
It's time we voters do some adult investigating before we make
choices, that really matter.

Why a bail bondsman?

Back to the Caylee Anthony debacle. Now we have a
"renowned" bail bondsman from California in the picture. He's
going to save the day. (By the way, where's "Dog"? Doesn't he need
15 more minutes of fame after his fall from grace?)
So the "man of the minute" will get out of Casey Anthony what
our law enforcement teams have not been able to extract from
her? I personally think it is an insult. Does he think Florida law
enforcement have a low mentality? What about the "other" agen-
cies involved? So he will spend 24/7 with Casey to protect his
investment? That will give him 24/7 media coverage. What more
could he want? Maybe his ratings are low and he needs a boost.
Also, Pop should get off the kidnapping kick. Makes him look like
he's grasping at straws.
Oh well; maybe it was pizza in that trunk On Aug. 4, it was the
smell of a dead body. Make up your mind, Cindy.
What do our law enforcement and forensic people know? Not
much, according to the Anthonys and "Mr. Bail Bondsman."
Let's add this up: we have an attorney, a famous bail bondsman,
a limo service and a "spokesman" to handle the media. All very
expensive, I'm sure. Why couldn't the Anthonys come up with bail
if Caseywas allowed to leave jail?-
Makes no sense to me.


Police
From page A5
intent to ,sell and two
counts of possession of
cocaine.
Jermaine Lamar Snyder,
20, of 2011 Tallridge Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 2 with possession of
cocaine, possession of a
controlled substance and
two counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.


* Robert William Triebell,
21, address unknown, was
charged Sept. 2 with
exploitation of the elderly,
trafficking stolen property,
uttering a forged/counter-
feit bill, two counts of
grand theft and six counts
of uttering a forged instru-
ment.
Omar Jerome Williams,
28, of 3000 Monroe St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 2 with four counts of
selling cocaine, four counts


Energy crisis is marketing scheme

I am hearing the phrase "energy crisis" again. It reminds me of
the lines from the 1970s. What energy crisis? There is no energy
crisis. But there is a huge marketing scheme with lots of propa-
ganda. You can see this with just a little research. Did you know
that the first automobiles operated on alcohol? They used ethyl
alcohol, known as ethanol. Alcohol can be made frorh just about
any plant matter. Crude versions of today's gasoline did exist early
on and were in use, but this emergent fuel was dirty and danger-
ous. Most important to the drivers, it was not available away from
big cities. Henry Ford insisted alcohol was the obvious choice for
motor fuel as it was clean and simple to produce.
Ford also liked the idea that farmers everywhere should benefit
from the production of this pure motor fuel. It made sense
because most people, his future customers, lived in rural com-
munities at that time. (Ford was raised on a farm.) Ford's view on
alcohol fuel was the choice of many until John Rockefeller funded
a movement to ban the use of all alcohol under theVolsteadAct in
1919- Prohibition. (Alcohol can not be patented.)
So what happened? Why don't cars use alcohol today? They do.
If you are an American you may not realize that many vehicles
manufactured during the last few years are "flex fuel" capable.
Some countries have been working to free themselves from for-
eign oil using this "flex fuel" concept. They have been taking
active steps to become self-sufficient and greatly reduce their
dependence on foreign oil. The U.S. now has an energy program
emphasizing the use of "alternative" fuels, such as alcohol. How-
ever, look at the real "action" that is taking place. Very little in the
U.S., but look at Brazil. Up to 75 percent of their vehicles are run-
ning on alcohol. Look at Sweden. They will be rid of dependence
on foreign oil very soon. They have "active" programs to achieve
their goals: (Just as Adolph Hitler did to prevent any. embargo of
his war machine.) The U.S. is well aware of the importance of bio-
fuels and many, or most, of the government fleets (federal, state,
county) have ethanol pumps for their vehicles. Tests have shown
that manyvehicles can easily take a mix of 40 percent alcohol and
60 percent gas, without any conversions. (Don't try-this at home
until you learn more.) But of the 175,000 public fuel stations in the
U.S., only a small handful offer ethanol (E-85), i.e., 85 percent
ethanol. Why is this? They're working on it, right?
It does not take very much research to discover that the Ameri-
can public has been deceived, misled, and misinformed in regard
to the energy capabilities of their homeland. The greatness of
America is not to be doubted. A diversity of minds and freedom to
develop ideas has produced great achievements.
However, the world is a big place; many others are producing
great achievements. The U.S. can look to them as examples. Go to
your library, read. One place to start: David Blume's 'Alcohol Can
Be a Gas."


of possession of cocaine
and four counts of posses-
sion of cocaine with intent
to sell.
* Victor Daniel Cordero,
28, of 1245 Palm Bay Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 3 with possession of a
controlled substance.
Jack Patrick Bunnell, 44,
address unknown, was
charged Sept. 4 with aggra-
vated battery.
Justin Lee Duncan, 25,
of 1714 S. Pine St., Mel-


bourne, was charged Sept.
4 with two counts of viola-
tion of community control.
Latoya Denise Simpson,
33, of 2100 Pineapple Ave.,
No. 4, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 4 with viola-
tion of community supervi-
sion.
Brandon Paul Vincent,
24, of 568 Edward Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 4 with two counts of
violation of community
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on my list of places to visit,
not to mention traveling
almost 5,000 miles to get
there. I wanted to make the
most of my visit.
My mother accompanied
me (she has been my travel
companion for several
years) and we had a very
busy but wonderful trip.
One thing that strikes me
is that Hawaii has a lot of
very interesting history.
Prior to my visit, I looked
into not only the properties
that I would be visiting, but
the culture and how these
islands came to be.
It is quite a story; from
underwater volcanos that
formed their islands to the
gods that protected them to
the monarchy throughout
the years.
In our business, we send
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yourself. So in six days I will
visit three of Hawaii's
beautiful islands with one
day of travel on each end. I
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column to cover it all. It will
be done in parts, hopefully
running in succession.
My first stop was Kona
(also known as Kailua-
Kona) located on the
leeward side of the Big
Island of Hawaii the biggest
and youngest of the Hawai-
ian Islands.
Kona was once consid-
ered the capital during the
time of King Kimehameha.
There are four major hotels
in Kona: the King Kame-
hameha, Royal Kona Resort,
Outrigger Keahu Beach, and
the Sheraton Keauhou Bay
Resort & Spa, as well as
many smaller hotels,
condominium resorts and
vacation homes.
We took a taxi to our
chosen hotel, the beautiful
Sheraton, which was about
30 minutes away. We were
fortunate enough to have
John "The Singing Cowboy"
as our very entertaining
driver who gave us a sing-
song history of the island.
He talked (sang) of Hawaii
being the birthplace of King
Kamehameha the great, and
that the island is home to 11
of the earth's 13 climate
zones, from the lush
tropical rainforest to arid
deserts to Mauna Kea's
snow-capped mountaintop.
He finished by singing
"Welcome to our island" in
Hawaiian and in English.
What a way to start off our
trip..
The Sheraton Keauhou
Bay Resort is set atop lava
cliffs facing the ocean. Our
oceanfront room included a
lanai (Hawaiian for porch or
balcony). The hotel's "sweet
sleeper" bed could not have
a better name, since it was
11 p.m. in Kona and 5 a.m.
back in Florida. Don't know
which allowed me to sleep
better, the bed or the fact
that we were in need of the
sleep.
Our first full day started of.
with a few cups of the
world-renowned.Kona
coffee. After the first.cup, I
knew I had to find some
room in my bags for quite a
lot of this to come home
with me.
My first order of business
was to check out this
magnificent hotel that had
three pools, one of which
was in the lobby and had a
waterfall that fell from the
fifth floor, another had a
swim-up bar and the last
had a water slide.
This lush, 22-acre tropical
setting, with dozens of
singing birds, definitely says
that you have arrived in
paradise.
We took the trolley that
stopped at the hotel for
some sightseeing and
shopping (of course).
Most of the beaches had
black sand and large
mounds of lava rock.
There was a constant haze
around the island; this was
because the volcano Kiluaea
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History comes alive in the
hands of Cindy Earp, an
Indialantic resident with a
passion for antique dresses.
A community volunteer
and the wife of Brevard
County Judge Jim Earp, Mrs.
Earp has spent much of her
life researching American
fashion and its impact on
history.
Fifteen years ago, Mrs.
Earp was looking at the
online auction site eBay one
evening when she discov-
ered a late-19th century
Queen Victorian mourning
dress for sale.
"I remember thinking how
beautiful and elaborate it
was," she said. "I had to have
it. As soon as it arrived, I was
instantly hooked."
Since then, Mrs. Earp has
collected more than 150
fashion pieces, including
dresses, children's outfits,
hats and. gloves, from the
1850s to present day.
"I've always been drawn
to the beauty, artistry and
quality of these pieces," she
said. "Women's clothing has
changed immensely over
time and still is changing.
Since I started my collec-
tion, I've realized just how
different each piece is."
Mrs. Earp has purchased
many of her items from
eBay, as well as at antique
shops and thrift stores.
Some have even been given
to her from various mem-
bers of the community,
Her collection includes a
handful of 1940s gowns, a
navy blue boy's sailor outfit
from the early 1920s and
more than a dozen Victorian
mourning dresses, complete
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and satin cotton lining.
"The average dress of this
kind weighed about eight
pounds," she said.
Mrs. Earp also has a col-
lection of hats, gloves and
shoes from the late 1800s to
the early 1950s.
Depending on their quali-
ty and condition, her pieces
range from $250 to $1,500.
"Many of the early dress-
es were made from very del-
icate materials like silks, and
they used harsh dyes. to
make them," Mrs. Earp said.
"These pieces are worth the
most and are the most diffi-
cult to find."
For the first time, Mrs.
Earp will showcase her col-
lection during a fashion
show at the Indian River
Colony Club Sept. 25.
The event will benefit
Sally's House, a nonprofit
organization that offers resi-
dence and support services
for women who are preg-
nant and suffer from sub-
stance abuse problems.
Established in 1993, the
Palm Bay facility assists
women and their children
for six months to two years
aid provides them with
housing and services such
as family case management,
counseling, childcare, trans-
portation, education and
employment training.
Since its inception, 517
women and children have
resided at Sally's House and
64 healthy, drug-free babies
have been born, said
Dorothy Russell, president
of the Council of Sally's
Friends organization.
"We were so thrilled to
hear that Cindy was willing
to show off her collection to
benefit our organization,"
Ms. Russell said. "We want
to give the community a


chance to see what we're
about, and this is an excel-
lent way for us to do that."
Mrs. Earp is one of 94
members on the Sally's
Friends council, a new
group that helps fund the
organization and its servic-
es.
Prior to January, Sally's
House was funded entirely
by PREVENT! of Brevard, a
nonprofit organization that
provides comprehensive
prevention, intervention,
treatment and support serv-
ices. But eventually, the toll
became too much for the
group to handle on its own.
"This event will be the first
fundraiser Sally's Friends
has hosted on its own,".Ms.


Russell said. "Our goal is to
raise at least $20,000."
Fifteen of Mrs. Earp's
pieces will be modeled dur-
ing the show, while the
remainder will be displayed
throughout the facility.
The event will feature a
catered lunch and a silent
auction. The deadline for
reservations is Sept. 18.
Admission is $50 and
sponsorships are available
for tables and individual
fashion pieces.
"We're hoping it will be a
very fun event, especially
because many of 'the
women in attendance will
have worn some of the
later pieces at one time,"
Mrs. Earp said. "I've want-


ed to display my collection
for a long time now, but I
guess you could say I was
saving them for Sally."
The Council of Sally's
House "History of Women's
Clothing" will be Sept. 25


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early twenties. One male is
described as light-skinned,
possibly Hispanic, and the
second suspect was
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Both suspects have a thin
build, and each was wearing
a dark-colored ball cap cov-
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Brief
From page Al
stitution Week. The resolu-
tion was adopted by Con-
gress and signed into law
Aug. 2, 1956 by President
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The Perry Chapter has set
up a display at the Central
Brevard Library, 308 Forrest
Ave., Cocoa, and has placed
posters at the Merritt Island
Library, 1195 N. Courtenay
Parkway, Merritt Island,
In conjunction with DAR
chapters across the nation,
the Perry Chapter has asked
local churches, courthouses,
governments and individuals
to participate in commemo-
rating the signing of the Con-
stitution by ringing bells at 4
p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 17.
For information, call (321)
452-3960.
Humane Society to
host'Blessing'
The Central Brevard
Humane Society will cele-
brate St. Francis of Assisi
Blessing of the Animals Day
Saturday, Oct. 4, at noon at
the shelter's Rainbow Bridge
Community Chapel, located
at 1020 Cox Road in Cocoa.
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Aloha
From page A8
ash into the air.
We finished iup the day by
watching the sun set and
seeing the manta rays feed
in the waters below the
cliffs, glowing in the
moonlight.
Tomorrow we fly to Maui
for our four-day tour of
hotels and attractions. I will
cover this experience in my
next column. Stay tuned.
A hui hou ka kou, or, until
we meet again, aloha!
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Previewed Mel-
WV bourne Civic
Theater's production of
"Underpants" by comedian
Steve Martin.
Based on the 1910 Carl
Stermhiem play about a
puritanical bureaucrat,
Theo Maske, played by
Johny Fontaine, who
berates his wife, Louise, for
losing her underpants at a
parade for the king, this
comedy is delightfully
entertaining and light-
hearted, with dialogue that
one can virtually hear
spoken by Mr. Martin.
Directed by Troy Jones,
the cast works well togeth-
er, taking turns to steal the
spotlight. Especially
charming is the scene
between Mr. Cohen, played
by James Buck, and Mr.
Versati, played by Dan
Pollack, where they vie for
the attention of Louise,
played by Kelsie Currey,
whose youth is no obstacle
in performing as the
leading lady.
Performances are Friday
and Saturday at 8 p.m., and
Sunday at 2 p.m.
The theater is located in
historic downtown Mel-
bourne in Le Gallerie. Call
(321) 723-6935.
"Jazz Friday" at the
Brevard Art Museum, 1463
Highland Ave., Melbourne,
provided relaxing end-of-
the-week entertainment.
The Ron Teixiera Trio,
featuring Mr. Teixiera on
keyboard, Rabbit Simmons
on bass and Chuck Dickey
on drums, demonstrated
their musical talents with
ease, bringing a song to my
spirit with their rendition
of "Europa" by Carlos
Santana. They also includ-
ed classic favorites by Duke
Ellington and Dizzy
Gillespie.
Saturday morning
brought a trip to the train
show hosted by the Azan
Shrine Center on Eau Gallie
Boulevard, where I
immersed myself in
miniature versions of my
favorite form of transporta-
See EXPLORE, B3


Pets, owners to party at the Pier


Humane
Society event
slated Sept. 20
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
COCOA BEACH The
dog days of summer will
bring a new breed of
beach-goers to the Cocoa
Beach Pier.
Furry, scaly and feath- .
ered friends are invited to*
join their human owners
at the Central Brevard
Humane Society's 7th
annual Paws at the Pier
event Sept. 20.
The event is the biggest
fundraiser of the year for
the CBHS and will feature
a pet psychic, door prizes,
a silent auction, a vendor
village and everybody's
favorite: pet contests, said
Eileen Cole, public
relations manager for the ".
CBHS. .
The four pet contests
include: best-dressed pet,
best trick, largest and
smallest pet and best
pet/owner look-a-like.
Theresa Clifton, execu- ,.
tive director of the CBHS,
said Paws on the Pier gives.
more than 300 pet owners Pets of
the chance to party with .year's I
their pets. fundrais
"Everybody likes to do Society.
something with their pet
and the biggest complaint Paws
is that people can't take an opp
their pets to the beach or social
restaurants. With Paws on educate
the Pier, they get to do Clifton
both," she said. "It's


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all sizes came to the Cocoa Beach Pier during last
'Paws at the Pier event. Paws at the Pier is a
ser created to benefit the Central Brevard Humane


s on the Pier is also
)ortunity for pet
zation and owner
ion, said Ms.
n.
always good to


expose our pets to other
animals as much as
possible so they aren't
aggressive or frightened
when they are out in the
community," said Ms.


Clifton.
Education stations will
teach owner responsibility
and the importance of
spaying and neutering.
Students from Brevard
Community College's
Veterinary Technician
program, as well as local
veterinarians, will be on
hand at the education
stations.
"If a pet has a behavior
that could be modified by
change of diet, or being
given a toy or companion,
the education stations can
help them out with that,"
said Ms. Clifton.
And while their owners
enjoy the contests and
vendors, the pets, most
especially the dogs, enjoy
the misting tent set up to
keep them cool, said Ms.
Clifton.
"One year, it rained on
us and the dogs loved it.
So now, we set up a
misting tent because the
dogs liked it so well. We're
not even daunted by bad
weather," she said.
The CBHS will also
unveil its 2009 Best Pets of
Brevard Calendar, which
features the 13 winners of
the best pets photo
contest from all of Brevard
County during the event.
SAll proceeds from
calendar and ticket sales
will help take care of the
homeless pets at the
shelter, said Ms. Clifton.
All animals in atten-
dance must have county
tags, proof of current

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Acrylic Workshop: featur-
ing Derek Gore's Still Life. Sun-
day, Sept 14, 9 a.m., at Brevard
Art Museum, 1520 Highland
.Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
254-7782.
Art: Art Gallery and Studio,
802 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, will host a reception
Friday, Sept 12, from 6-8 p.m.
for the exhibit "9-11 Remem-
bered" in honor of the Sept. 11
tragedy. The display will contin-
ue through Sept 30. For infor-
mation, call (321) 720-7532.
Art: The Downtown Gallery,
335 S. Washington Ave. (U.S. 1),
Trtusville, will host.an opening
reception Friday, Sept 12, from
5-9 p.m. Call (321) 268-0122.
Art: Imago Art Gallery, 701
E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne,
will host an opening reception
for Harak Rubio, Friday, Sept
12, at 7 p.m. Call (321) 953-
5321.


Ballet: "The Repertoire,"
presented by Galmont Ballet
Centre Friday, Sept 12, 7:30
p.m. and Sunday, Sept 14, at 2
p.m. at Cocoa Village Play-
house, 300 Brevard Ave.,
.Cocoa. Call. (321) 636-5050.
Jazz Concert: Jeff Rupert &
Dirty Martini, Sunday, Sept 14,
2 p.m. at Cocoa Beach Country
Club, 5000 Tom Warriner Blvd.,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 453-
4191.
Music: The Henegar Center,
625 East New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, will present Cuban
classical guitarist Ruben Gonza-
lez on Friday, Sept 12 at 7:30
p.m. Tickets are $15. Call (321)
723-8698 or visit www.hene-
gar.org.
Teens: Peace Place, comer
of Port Malabar and Troutman
Boulevards, Palm Bay. A safe
place for teens; opens Saturday,
Sept 13, at 6 p.m. Live enter-
tainment, football, pool, food
arid drink. Call (321) 727-3131.


UPCOMING EVENTS
Music:. Melbourne Com-
munity Orchestra will present
"Flowing Melodies" Wednes-
day, Sept 17, and Thursday,
Sept 18, at 7:30 p.m. at 625
East Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne.
Call (321) 952-9949.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
Art and Antique Studio:
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday, 8:30
p.m. first Friday of the month,
and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
days. Call (321) 253-5553.
Brevard Museum of Histo-
ry and Science: 2201 Michigan
Ave., Cocoa. Open Monday
through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. and Sunday noon to 4
p.m. Admission for adults is
$5.50, $5 for senior citizens,
$3.50 for children 5-.16 and $4


for college students. Museum
members are admitted free.
Call (321) 632-1830.
Brigantine Gallery: 80 S.
Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday and
Sunday by appointment Offers
watercolor classes on Tuesdays
with Clare Pearson Zipperly and
local art by "Waterworks" Call
(321) 783-7430.
Downstairs Gallery: 909 E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free
admission. Call, (321) 727-
8470.
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
1470 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 1-5 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday. Call (321)
259-8261.
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wvi.foremanartglass.com.
Greenwood Gallery: 1520
Garden St, Titusville. Open 10
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. Saturday. Call (321) 268-
3362.
Kennedy Space Center
Gallery: Kennedy Space Center
Visitor Complex, NASA Parkway
off State Road 405, Cape
Canaveral. Open 9 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. every day except Christmas
and launch days. Features space
art Admission is $37 for adults
and $27 for children ages 3-11.
Call (321) 452-2121.
LoPressionism Gallery:
1010-B E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, 11
a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Satur-
day and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Features international and local
artists. Call (321) 722-6000 or
visit wwv.lopressionism.com.
Mud Flats Pottery: 1518-D


South Babcock St, Melbourne.
Open Tuesday through Saturday.
Hours vary. Features studio class-
es, local and regional artists. Call
(321) 951-1310.
North Brevard Historical
Museum: 301 S. Washington
Ave., Titusville. Open 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Free admission, guided group
tours available. Call (321) 269-
3658.
Rossetter House Historical
Museum: 1320 Highland Ave.,
Eau Gallie section of Melbourne.
Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and 1-4 p.m.
Saturday. Admission to grounds
is free, guided tour is $5. Call
(321) 254-9855.
Silken Galleria: 912-A E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday, and noon to 4
p.m. Sunday. Features local
award-winning artists. Call (321)
733-2788.
Sunshine Framing and Art
Gallery: 5410 Murrell Road, Suite
111, Viera. Open 10 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Monday through Friday and
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tion. Unavoidably displayed
was a charming miniature
village, set up on an 8-foot
table, surrounded by little
tracks that took the tiny
train around buildings,
across bridges and through
tunnels, complete with
fingernail-sized people and
thumb-sized vehicles.
The coup-de-grace of my.
entertainment excursions
ended Saturday afternoon
with a preview of Brevard
Ballet Theatre's perform-
ance of "Repertoire," set for
production this weekend at
Cocoa Village Playhouse,
300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa.
This ballet troupe is
breathtaking in their
passion for the craft. Not
only is each selection
choreographed and per-
formed impeccably, the
dancers bring to life the
emotions of the characters
they portray through their
facial expressions as well as
through the nuances of
dance movements and body
language. Be sure to catch
one of these performances:,
7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12
and Saturday, Sept. 13, 2
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 and
Sunday, Sept. 14. Call (321)
636-5050 for tickets.
Each one of these events
brought me into contact
with people who were


passionate about their
performances or hobbies.
The domino effect I experi-
enced was the joy of being
part of just a few things I
love in life. How fortunate
are we to be able to choose
from hundreds of offerings
each week of events that
make our spirits soar and
fill us with a sense of joy and
fulfillment?
Don't sit at home and
mope. Even if you go alone,
Explore Brevard!
Here are a few suggested
events:
* The Brevard Symphony
Orchestra will perform two
free concerts Sunday, Sept.
14, at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. at
the King Center, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne,
for families of Brevard.
Families with tickets will
be admitted first. Free
tickets may be printed from
the BSO Web site, www.bre-
vardsymphony.com. For
information, call (321)242-
2024.
* A concert in the style of
John Philip Sousa will be
presented by Community
Band of Brevard at 3 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 14, at 100
Mustang Way, Merritt
Island. Admission. will be
free, with no tickets
required. Call (321) 725-
9191 or e-mail
mikebits@cfl.rr.com.
Contact Laurie Duane at
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Chicago had its Cow Parade and now the Sea Turtles are hatching in Brevard County!
Children's Home Society of Florida invites you to its ARTrageous 2008
^ fundraising event to benefit abused children in Brevard County.


Turtles Sponsored By: CHS Board of Directors, CK Communications,
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Seelman, LuxeCare (Dr. Lloyd Bennett), MIMA Physicians
(Dr. Saluga, Dr. Scarborough, Dr. Neil, Dr. Venezra, Dr. Santiago, Dr, Marzano,
Dr. Gurri, Dr. Golden, Dr. Dana, Dr. Wadeson, Dr. McClure, Dr. Salazar, and
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Zoo seeks artists
Brevard Zoo seeks local
artists, businesses and
organizations to design, cre-
ate and build art installa-
tions for a temporary exhibit
to be displayed Dec. 20 to
Jan. 5. The Animal Homes of
the Imagination exhibit will
display an animal home
through a child's imagina-
tion.
For information about the
display, call (321) 254-9453,
Ext. 233.

Artist plans reception
Erin Terryn will celebrate
an artist reception Friday,
Sept. 12, from 6-8 p.m., at
The Art Gallery & Studio, 802
E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 729-9368.

Symphony offers
free concert
The Brevard Symphony


Orchestra will present a free
family concert on Sunday,
Sept. 14, 2 and 4 p.m., at the
King Center, 3864 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne.
The event is open to the
public. Families with tickets
will be seated first. Tickets
may be obtained by visiting
www. brevardsymphony. corn
. For information, call (321)
242-2024.

Save with
season tickets

The King Center, located
at 3865 Wfckham Road, Mel-
bourne, will offer patrons
the Harris Broadway Series,
which allows subscribers a
chance to see four Broad-
way shows for one price.
Subscribers will have priori-
ty access to seats and pre-
paid parking.
The King Center's 2008-09
season will include the fol-
lowing productions: "Oliv-
er," "The 25th Annual Put-
nam County' Spelling Bee,"
"Monty Python's Spamalot,"


"Jesus Christ Superstar,"
"Happy Days" and "The
Drowsy Chaperone."
For information, call (321)
242-2219.

Kinderdance
co-founder turns 80
Bernard Friedman, co-
founder of the Melbourne-
based Kinderdance Interna-
tional, will celebrate his
80th- birthday this month
with an evening of fun, food
and dance at the Suntree
Country Club in Melbourne.
Originally from New York
City, Mr. Friedman met his
wife, Carol Kay Harsell, in
Arizona. Together, they
established Kinderdance, a
dance and educational pro-
gram designed to help
young children develop
motor skills and fitness.
Kinderdance is located in
Melbourne at 1333 Gateway
Drive, Suite 1003. For infor-
mation, call (321) 984-4490.
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10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Fea-
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events. Call (321) 433-3332.
Sundancer Gallery: 6 Florida
Ave., Cocoa Village. Open 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Monday through Satur-
day, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Features Native American artists
and jewelry makers. Call (321)
631-0092.
Two Feathers Gallery: 833
E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Features art
and pottery by various Indian
nations. Call (321) 733-1227.
Valiant Air Command War-
bird Museum: Space Coast
Regional Airport, 6600 Tico
Road, Titusville. Open 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. every day. Features military
aircraft displays. Call (321) 268-
1941 or visit
www.vacwarbirds.org.
Ventana al Mundo: 210 Bre-
vard Ave., Cocoa Village. Open
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9
p.m. Friday and Saturday, and
noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Features
Latin American art Call (321)
633-5151.
Waterfire Studio & Gallery:
1875-C South Patrick Drive, Indi-
an Harbour Beach. Open 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Wednesday through
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 12
Wellness & Fitness hour:
9 a.m. One Senior Place,
8085 Spyglass Hill Road,
Viera. (321) 751-6771.
Tai Chi: 10 a.m. One
Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road, Viera. (321) 751-
6771.
Brown bag jazz lunch:
11:30 a.m. Myrt Tharpe
Square gazebo in Cocoa Vil-
lage. Free; bring chair or
blanket. (321) 639-3500.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 13
Car show: American
Legion Riders Post 1, 1281
North U.S. 1, Titusville. Call
for time. (321) 268-5301.
Car wash: Benefits crisis
pregnancy centers. 8 a.m. to
noon. Advance Auto Parts,
Garden and Singleton inter-,
section, Titusville. (321) 264-
0446.
Fall garage sale: 8 a.m. to
1 p.m. Fox Lake Park, 4400
Fox Lake Road, Titusville;
(321) 264-5037.
Farmer's and flea mar-
ket: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. City
Hall, 120 Malabar Road,
Palm Bay. (321) 952-3443.
Fall rummage sale: 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. Eau Gallie
Civic Center, 1551 Highland


Ave., Melbourne. (321) 255-
4608.
Attic school: 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Hellenic Community
Center, 5965 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne. (321) 631-
8816.
Religion in public
schools: 9 a.m. to noon.
Church on the Rock, 4028 S.
Babcock St., Melbourne.
(321) 724-5433.
Scrapbook workshop: 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Captain's
House, 1300 Bianca Drive,
Palm Bay. (321) 676-0381.
Women's Veteran's Asso-
ciation: 10 a.m. 1080 S.
Hickory St., Melbourne.
(321) 253-1135.
Open house: 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Isaac Campbell, Sr.
Community Center, 701
South St., Titusville. (321)
264-5040.
WAVES: 10:30 a.m. Indi-
an River Colony Club, Mur-
rell Road, Viera. (321) 751-
0108.
Adopt a pet: 11 a.m. Sun-
flower House, Merritt
Square Mall, 777 E. Merritt
Island Causeway, Merritt
Island. (321) 636-3343.
Democratic Women's
Club: 11:15 a.m. Memaw's
Barbecue, 600 E. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Indian Harbour
Beach. (321) 773-2949.


Brevard Watercolor
Society: 1 p.m. Featuring
Lolly Walton at the Satellite
Beach Civic Center, Cassia
Avenue, Satellite Beach.
(321) 255-1002.
NAACP general meet-
ing: 4 p.m. Greater St. Paul
Baptist Church, Room 2,
214 Stone St., Cocoa. (321)
632-9852.
Allemanders Square
Dance: 8-10 p.m. Satellite
Beach Civic Center, 565
Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Cost is $4. (321) 254-
6416.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 14
Free symphony concert:
2 p.m. and 4 p.m. King Cen-
ter, 3864 N. Wickham Road,
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9:30 a.m. Front Street Civic
Center, Melbourne. (321)
591-0097.
Temple talkers: 11:30
a.m. Temple Israel, 7350
Lake Andrew Drive, Viera.
(321) 726-0660.
Women In NAACP: 6
p.m. Greater St. Paul Baptist
Church, 214 Stone St., Room
2, Cocoa. (321) 632-9852.
Family Promise: 6:30
p.m. Peace Lutheran
Church, 1801 Port Malabar
Blvd., Palm Bay. (321) 727-
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Story telling: 7 p.m.
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this week, I'll give you a new
version of an old favorite.
The first thing you do is
recycle. It doesn't take much
and recycled products are
used over and over without
filling our landfills. While it
doesn't put money in your
pocket, it helps save the
planet for future genera-
tions.
Replace all light bulbs
(except lights controlled by
dimmer switches) with
compact florescent light
bulbs. They use only 10
percent of the energy
required in regular bulbs.
Shut the lights and fans
off when you leave a room
and especially when you
leave the house. Turn the air
conditioner up when you're
gone your pets don't like
it cold, you do.
These steps have saved
me more than $40 a month!
While much more expen-
sive, CFLs claim to last for
seven years.
However, there is a
problem. You can't toss
burned out CFLs in the
trash since they contain
mercury. Each bulb con-
tains about 5 milligrams
(about the size of the tip. on
a ball point pen), a neuro-
toxin that poses health and
environmental concerns.
While intact the bulbs are
safe, mercury can leak out
of incinerated or broken
bulbs, contaminating water
sources, air and soil. Most
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including supermarkets,
discount stores, etc., started
making an effort to do the
same. If you sell CFLs you
should recycle them. By the
way, what have they been
doing with burned out tube
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Years ago, when we lived
in Connecticut, I had
whoopie pies while visiting
friends. Whoopie pies are
the best tasting cake/cookie
on the planet. I got the
recipe and it became a
family favorite. The filling
always troubled me. Not
only was it made with
Crisco, but also raw
(uncooked) flour. I never
heard of a recipe using raw
flour. Recently I've seen the
recipe in magazines and on
TV, but cream of tartar was
not used in the cookie,
thereby sacrificing its
signature flavor. For the
filling, I saw that marshmal-
low fluff was used; not good.
While looking through a
Texas cookbook, I came
across a recipe for "gobs,"
which resembled whoopie
pies. Butter was used in the
filling and the flour was
cooked with the milk. Of
course I tried it and it was
nothing but a soupy mess.
After checking another
version online, the word
cook caught my eye. Aha!
While I'm not saying
Crisco is the best for you,
today it no longer contains
trans-fats and is the only
option.
I revised the filling by
cooking the milk and flour
and yes, I have found the


answer. I will give you both
the original and new filling
recipe. Be sure to add it to
the cookbook.

WHOOPIE PIES
After a meal let's make
whoopie! No, not that kind
of whoopee. We're gonna
make whoopie pies. They
are by no means low fat and
there's no way to change it,
but for a special occasion,
you just have to have the
recipe.
2-1/2 cups flour
1/2-cup cocoa
1-1/2 teaspoon baking
soda
1/4-teaspoon cream of
tartar
1/4-teaspoon salt
1-1/2 cups sugar
2/3-cups shortening
1 cup milk
2 eggs
2 teaspoon vanilla
Place all ingredients in a
large mixing bowl and beat
until well blended, about 2
to 3 minutes.
Drop by heaping tea-
spoons onto cookie sheet,
spoon into circles.
Bake in a 350-degree oven
for 10 to 12 minutes. Cool.
Sandwich two cookies
together, stuffed with filling.

WHOOPIE PIE
FILLING
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medium speed. Fill
cookies.
The new recipe instruc-
tions are:
Using basically the same
ingredients, combine the
milk with 5 level table-
spoons flour in a small
saucepan. Whisk together
over low heat until thick
and bubbly (mixture will
be a thick paste).
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minutes more, stirring
constantly. Let cool to
room temperature.
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remaining ingredients
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bined and fluffy. Add milk
paste and beat until
thoroughly mixed.
NOTE: Granulated
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law attorney. One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road, Viera. (321) 751-6771.
* Florida Tea: 11:30 a.m.
Porcher House, 434 Delan-
noy Ave., Cocoa Village. Call
to reserve. (321) 639-3500.
* Lunch & learn: Living


within your income. Noon.
Community Educator's
Credit Union, 1325 Palm Bay
Road, Palm Bay. (321) 951-
9998.
Booklover's club: 1:30
p.m. Barnes & Noble, 1955W.
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. (321) 726-8817.
Island Styles: 6:30 p.m.
The Island Grill, 1050 North
Courtenay Parkway, Merritt
Island. (321) 454-2024.


WEDNESDAY,
SEPT. 17
One Senior Club: 9:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road,Viera. (321) 751-6771.
* Farmer's Market: 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Myrt Tharpe Square
gazebo, Cocoa Village. (321)
639-3500.
* Storytime: 11 a.m.


Barnes & Noble, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 726-8817.
Better Business annual
luncheon: 11:30 a.m. Radis-
son Suites Oceanfront, 3101
North A1A, Indialantic. (321)
724-5400, Ext. 225.
Florida Writers Associa-
tion: 7-9 p.m. Melbourne
Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 455-2986.


THURSDAY, SEPT. 18
Brevard Business
Group: 8:30 a.m. Malibu's
Sports Grille & Bar, 165 Bar-
ton Blvd., Rockledge. (321)
454-2024.
Fall for the Arts: 5:30-
7:30 p.m. Eau Gallie arts dis-
trict, Highland Avenue, Mel-
bourne. (321) 242-2024.


Golf for swimmers
Brevard County Sea of Dreams will
host a fundraising Golf Scramble and
Eat Out Saturday, Sept. 13. Golf will
begin at 7:30 a.m. with family fun at
ll1a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cocoa Beach
Country Club, Cocoa Beach. Proceeds
will provide rip current information to
the community.
For information, call (321) 243-8850.


Overcome job hurdles
Brevard Community College classes will
teach students to overcome obstacles and
land a desired job. "Redefine Yourself in the
Workplace" will take place at the Cocoa
campus, 1519 Clearlake Road, on Saturdays,
from 9 a.m. to noon, Sept. 13-20 at a cost of
$39. For information, call (321) 433-7500.
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law attorney. One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road, Viera. (321) 751-6771.
Florida Tea: 11:30 a.m.
Porcher House, 434 Delan-
noy Ave., Cocoa Village. Call
to reserve. (321) 639-3500.
Lunch & learn: Living


within your income. Noon.
Community Educator's
Credit Union, 1325 Palm Bay
Road, Palm Bay. (321) 951-
9998.
Booklover's club: 1:30
p.m. Barnes & Noble, 1955W.
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. (321) 726-8817.
Island Styles: 6:30 p.m.
The Island Grill, 1050 North
Courtenay Parkway, Merritt
Island. (321) 454-2024.


WEDNESDAY,
SEPT. 17

One Senior Club: 9:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road,Viera. (321) 751-6771.
Farmer's Market: 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Myrt Tharpe Square
gazebo, Cocoa Village. (321)
639-3500.
Storytime: 11 a.m.


Barnes & Noble, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 726-8817.
Better Business annual
luncheon: 11:30 a.m. Radis-
son Suites Oceanfront, 3101
North A1A, Indialantic. (321)
724-5400, Ext. 225.
Florida Writers Associa-
tion: 7-9 p.m. Melbourne
Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 455-2986.


THURSDAY, SEPT. 18

Brevard Business
Group: 8:30 a.m. Malibu's
Sports Grille & Bar, 165 Bar-
ton Blvd., Rockledge. (321)
454-2024.
Fall for the Arts: 5:30-
7:30 p.m. Eau Gallie arts dis-
trict, Highland Avenue, Mel-
bourne. (321) 242-2024.


Coimunity notes


Golf for swimmers

Brevard County Sea of Dreams will
host a fundraising Golf Scramble and
Eat Out Saturday, Sept. 13. Golf will
begin at 7:30 a.m. with family fun at
ll1a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cocoa Beach
Country Club, Cocoa Beach. Proceeds
will provide rip current information to
the community.
For information, call (321) 243-8850.


Overcome job hurdles

Brevard Community College classes will
teach students to overcome obstacles and
land a desired job. "Redefine Yourself in the
Workplace" will take place at the Cocoa
campus, 1519 Clearlake Road, on Saturdays,
from 9 a.m. to noon, Sept. 13-20 at a cost of
$39. For information, call (321) 433-7500.

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18 Eagle's abode
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Swedish flick
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35 Crooner Frank
36 Red pigment
37 Eurasian deer
38 Place of trade
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part
43 Helpers to the
Sheriff
44 Decree


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Jumna
46 Counsel
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50 Melville novel
51 Russians under
Lenin
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NORTH CAROLINA
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PALM BAY 3br/2ba
house. Whole house
privIedgesfully furn., pvt
fenced yard, close to
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$500/mo. includes all.
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acre. Owner Finance
w/DP. 706-364-4200
GEORGIA
MIDDLE GEORGIA
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4BR, 3BA, 2,980sqft.
Built 2004. Prices to sell
$279,000 Call Town &
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1-800-741-5681
GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
Only 4 Remaining! Blue
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on incredible trout
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pristine location on Cut-
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706-364-4200,
LAKE ERIE Acreage
Northeast Ohio 5+
Acres beautiful building
site. Open view, backed
by woods, walk to lake,
Only $59,900. Owner
financing 330-699-5723
LAND SALE 10 acre par-
cels starting @ $49,000,
5% down. Near Gulf.
Great Hunting/Fishing.
Owner financing. Pay-,
ments start @ $399/
month. 1-352-542-7835
or 1-352-356-1099
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low lake $24,900 Owner
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COCOA 2Br Beautiful
condo, all tile, pool, close
to college & mall. Near
Dixon & Clearlake
$599/mo 321-271-6297
FORT PIERCE, High
Point, 55+, Lg 1 Br/ 1-1/2
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dry rm. Gated comm w/
active clubhouse, htd
pool. $600/mo.
772-337-3317
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lba incis cable & water,
huge rooms, laundry on
premises, walk to beach.
rom $695.321-777-1532

MELBOURNE 1/1 Nice
duplex, new paint, quiet
st., Wickham/Aurora area
$575/incls. W/D, water,
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$580. 2BRs starting $680
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For info: 321-890-3186





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TOYOTA PRIUS 07
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wheels. 10,000 mi.
Asking $22,900/obo
772-621-8087



MOTOR: Rebuilt 318
from a 91' Dodge Truck.
Box of extras. ONLY
$250 772-240-2147


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34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
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clean fast cigarette boat,
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KISSIMMEE: 5 or 6
cleared acres. Close 'to
Disney. Priced to sell.
407-709-9712
N FL Acreage: 30 wood-
ed acres for $65K, Near
1-10 & 45 min from Talla-
hassee. Owner financing.
10% DP, 10% Int,
$515/mo (30yr loan).
866-433-9964.
N FL Acreage: 30 wood-
ed acres for $65K, Near
1-10 & 45 min from Talla-
hassee. Owner financing.
10% DP, 10% Int,
$515/mo (30yr loan).
866-433-9964.
N. C. MOUNTAINS near
Fontana Lake, streams &
longrange views, adjoins
USFS, lac-40ac home-
sites, from $24K, owner
finance. 904-514-5666
N. FLORIDA Acreage 30
wooded acres for $65K,
near 1-10 & 45 min from
Tallahassee. Owner Fi-
nancing 10% DP, 10%
int, $515/mo (30 yr loan)
Call 1-866-756-2286
NC: Smoky Mountain:
Log Cabin, Furn 2br/2ba,
Porc2, Hot tub,Fireplace,
Vacation or Wkly rental,
321-432-1557 $159,900
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MELBOURNE, 1BDRM
$575/mo.Safe area. Near
mall, schools and all con-
veniences. Non-Smoker.
321-917-2471; 729-8051
PALM BAY NE 2br/2ba
1100sf., Lots of closet
space. All apple's + W/D.
Near Babcock & Palm
Bay Rd. Avail. Now!
$700/mo. 503-757-7031
Satellite Beach -
3 Months FREE RENT!*
Lg 2BR Completely Ren-
ovated. Walk to beach &
New Lowes Shopping
Center. From $800/mo.
305-490-9989

SEBASTIAN Spacious,
2/2 & 3/2 apts. A/C, new
apple, great' location!
Move-in before October
1, 2008 and $600 will
move you in, with good
credit. Don't Miss Out!
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gated comm. Beautifully
fully furnished. Pool, clbh,
dock, tennis, elevator.
Appl req'd. $1000 annual.
Seasonal available.
NP/NS 772-559-5748
TITUSVILLE: La Cita
Condo, 2br/2/ba w/Pool,
Cable, Water & Pest
Control included.
$850/mo. 321-961-2570
VERO BEACH Laguna,
3/2. Lots of amenities,
laminate floor, w/d, scrn
back patio overlooking
lake. Club house, pool,
gated community.. Near
hospital & shopping.
$1050/mo. 321-243-8561






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4 junk cars & trucks
Paying Top Dollar Nowl
FREE Pickup
321-508-1924
CAR DESPERATELY
NEEDED for handicap-
ped person. Will make
payments. 321-795-3531
DONATE YOUR CAR-
Veteran's Lodging, Inc.
Help support homeless
Veterans & Victims of
Natural Disasters! It's
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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS Alarka
Highlands. 350 acres.
Gated Community. 40
mile views, 4,500ft eleva-
tion, club-house, fitness
center, waterfalls, walk-
ing trails. 90% financing
1 -877-504-0005
alarkahighlands.com
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Easy to finish new log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. !2acre-5acre wa-
terfront homesites from
$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966 (Code19)
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
39 acres in Gadsden Co.
Planted pines, hardwood
hillside w/small springs,
road frontage, $2500/ac.
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018
PERRY FLORIDA- Love-
ly 4BR, 2-1/2Bath, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
FL located in Taylor
County in Big Bend area
of Northern Florida, about
50 miles east of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hot tub.
$229,000. Call (home)
386-658-3378 & (cell)
386-208-2589 (fsbo)
SC & GA PROPERTIES
Recreational, Timber-
land, Farmland, Hunting
Land, & Investment Prop-
erty. River Lots to Large
Timber Tracts. From
$50,000 .to $5 Million.
www.GHLand.com
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VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. lbr. & 2br from
$575. Tile, New appi.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013



MELBOURNE Furn.
Immaculate, 2/2/carport,
w/d, scrn rm, comm. pool
$795/mo, incl. cable &
trash. 321-258-9203

MELBOURNE 4Br/2Ba
$900/mo. + 3br/2ba/lcg
$950/mo. both w/large
fenced yards + porches.
321-288-9775 / 254-4457
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
plexes & houses. Start @
$600/mo up to $2000/mo.
Avail NOW! Woodlake
Realty,lnc. 321-723-8700
PALM BAY NE 3bdrm/
lba in great neighbor-
hood. Tile, all appliances,
fenced yard and porch,
$800/mo. 1st + security.
Call 321-591-1831
PALM BAY NW, NE, SE,
SW 3/2/2 + Den. Appl's,
screened porch, pool &
fenced. Pets ok. $725 -
$1000/mo. All Florida.
Properties 321-501-9227
PALM BAY SE, 3/2/1 car
gar., quiet area, washer/
dryer incrd., LR & DR, tile
throughout, small pet ok.
$900/mo + $900 deposit.
321-544-6652


2002 YAMAHA V-STAR
Classic 650cc Very good
cnd, 15K mls, 50mls per
gallon, new tires, $3250.
910-546-5159 (palm bay)
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2003 Heritage Springer
100yr Ann edition. Black/
chrome. 6500/mi $16,900
obo 772-621-8087
HARLEY DAVIDSON 07
Heritage Springer Olive
Pearl, 1300mi. Perfect
condition. $19,900.
772-621-8087
HARLEY SPORTSTER
883 Custom 2003. Black
Exc. Cond. 14K/mi. 100th
Anniv. Edition, + extras
$5,500 321-951-1947


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S. ALABAMA 55+ Acres,
Sportsman Paradise!
Good Timber, river/road
frontage. Great deer,
duck & turkey hunting,
$105,000. King Realty,
www.unitedcountry.com/t
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SE TENNESSEE- Gated
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Tennessee423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com
SMOKY MOUNTAINS
near Gatlinburg
Tennessee.
By owner: Beautiful
homesites w/breathtaking
views of the Smokies.
City water & close to just
about everything.
$19,900, $2985/dn. and
$152/month. Lake access
from $45,000.
Photos &.info:
www.GoLandWorks.com
1-865-621-0435
SOUTH CAROLINA
4 Sale By Owner
Beautiful building tract,
nicely wooded. Buy Now,
Build Later. Near Lake
Marion, $21,900. Low
Down. Owner financing.
1-803-505-2161
TENNESSEE MOUN-
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tall shade trees, river
access, beautiful pristine
property. Serenity for only
$49,900. Owner Financ-
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
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Call 1-888-939-2968


PALM BAY SE: Rent to
Own, Almost new CBS
3br/2br/2cg $800/mo. No
pets. WD Webb Realty
321-723-3311
PALM BAY: Deluxe 4br
like new. w/city water.
Lease w/option. Many
pics & info. By owner.
321-724-4669 www.
viewpictureshere.com
PORT ST JOHN: 3/2/2.
Rock fireplace, screened
porch, fenced yard.
$950/mo. Good schools,
neighbors. 321-431-1903
SATELLITE BEACH -
4 Blocks to beach! Fur-
nished 3/2/2 w/pool,
Monthly or longer.
$1800/mo. 321-501-7874
VERO BEACH- New 1
and 2 bdrm homes from
$725/mo. Choose from 2
resorts with resort-style
amenities, activities,
events,' grand clubhouse
& expansive pool
overlooking the water
and more. 866-659-7508


RENT low
VERO BEACH: Central
location. Remodeled
2BR/1BA, with Fla room,
carport, shed. Wood
floors, window treat-
ments, ceiling fans, all
appliances. Laundry
room with w/d. Corner lot
Rosewood School District
$750/mo. F/L/S
772-812-1000.
W. MELBOURNE 3BR
home,safe neighborhood,
Large yard. Non-smoker.
$775/mo. 321-917-2471


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1-931-839-6141
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WHITE PLAINS, GA:
Hancock Co. 650 Acres,
WILL SUBDIVIDE Owner
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404-354-5872 .
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MELBOURNE 3Br/2.5
Ba. Close to H.S. +
beach, $850/mo. 1st, last
+ sec. dep. 321-749-3007

MELBOURNE BEACH,
lovely townhome, walk to
beach/hwys., secure gat-
ed comm., many ameni-
ties, 2/1.5, courtyard, fully
furn./unfurn. cable incl'd.
$900/mo. 201-304-3727
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homes, 3/2.5/1cg 2,000sf
wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase $1300-
$1475/mo. 321-543-7677
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cable, pest control,+ lawn
serv. Brand new kitchen
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MELBOURNE Historic
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2PR/1lBAw/carport. W/D.
Pets ok with approval.
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or Historic District from
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DODGE '97 Caravan
conversion with automat-
ic ramp, works well, swiv-
el driver seat. 79k/mi.
$7000. 321-725-0305
TRUCKS TRUCKS,
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FORD F350 2004 Super
Duty, 12' Flatbed, V8 au-
to, PS,PB,A/C, $14,780.
FORD F350 2003 Super
Duty, 12' Flatbed, V8,
Auto, PS,PB,A/C,
$13,230.
FORD F350 1999 Super
Duty, 12' Flatbed, V8,
speed, PS, PB $7875..
FORDC F550 1999 Super
Duty 16' Flatbed, V8, Die-
sel, speed, PS, PB, A/C
$12,475.
FORD F350 XL 1997, 12'
Flatbed, V8, speed, PS,
PB, $7675.
FORD F350 XL 1997, 12'
Flatbed, V8, speed, PS,
PB, A/C $6500.
FORD F250 2002 Super
Duty Pickup, V8, auto,
PS, PB, A/C, $10,875.
FORD F150 1995 XL
Pickup 6cyl., speed, PS,
PB, A/C $3,000.
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