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Title: Hometown news (Melbourne, FL)
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Publication Date: November 7, 2008
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.rlr l.rli ,, mum Oct, 28

wit 4 l,ti-i .ci vll neein of he
M elbournelclt Of vc3Bi Con=
cila BQ


''Ilill (mame~~P of Wateb)
would morre thanl cover ur e
projeeled neesd intos the year
croi l," rsaid planningy dir~ecor

.l~l\'. compr~r~eheive pllm l
projectsj a pouainof

25,000 Q resident thatQ year
wlg allin E07n on gallons

Allikli i-lrici an qtle IAt a
dethof between~ ~100 and s
2,00 fee, woul be ,0C ~som
what~ salty and~ so its would


pendenlce could be as high1 asi
$30 milin to the city, sadd
Junke Mllii, n- ily's pub~-
lic~~lrk; dr tolc-cr'
"This is3 Someth~ing~ thatl
said Ms, Sizulinla, "You~ have tol
f'l( 1 ary \woukIt havea to
alpply to the St. Johns Rivler
Water~ Mlu'anagententl~ I~ji.Irica
for apermtta ~begbthewell.
Asccordinlg to mformat~ion
provtided by the enlgineering
al consumprllinj ofl wat ller wll

rhhlere in still Icrroom frjl a We<
Melbousrnes wel and pslant*
"ThereP are't: any grants
; available now," sdad Ms. Szu-
flita "We've got to doS a finanf-
cl lan~alr ss (forN8fmdn).",
The fty council agreed$ to
enter into disclusions with
the cityf oif Pam Bay for water,
Butl th cost to run~ a trans-


Ad4 Se yu ubs ee
Call7 '72-465-865 for deta~ll
mnis-
sion line to thae city of Palm "The
Bay, coudld nmt as high7 as $7 question is do we want to be
millon, he sid.held hosstage to hlelbourne
The cities of Wrest Mel- or Palm ~Eay or do wewant to
bourneI and Mellboune are start building our own sys3-
locked in a lega d-ispute over ~-tem?" said Councrilman Bill
water. MelIIbourne officials Mettrick Oct. 31.
claim te Harbr City sub- ettik said the council
d~trn ~t~e ~~lo u ityL sb- should vote on a citizen advi-
sidiingWes Meloure'ssoryr Panel to come up with
water, and$ g~rowt1h, toa the ,,olunons to the water issue,
tune of 25 percent, some- and the issue of securing a
thing tha West Melclbournec westward track for annexa-
officials take issue with, tion and growth.


go Into anrd repair proper=
tiesI thant are dange~rolcusly
unkeompt; such as those
hRa in I -s~l~i( F1 ng I\
Or properties men~I,
because of wmaning~llt fl-
lowy so 1long, hRav become
fire hazards,
The proposed ordi-
unnces could also have
adopted language that
puts code liens on an
"equal parity" with tax
liens, forcing the banks to
save money by fixing the
propoerties rlhemslelves.
But: this later proposal
was voted down bsy coun-
cil.
Thes way a code enfoEce~-
ment lien works now is the
code fine is extingulished
when a new bank t~akes
otver the p~roperty debt; or,
a relative rarity thes days>
See 'EYESORElS' A4


By Davidi Kurens


do about forclo~sedc prop-
erties falling into dlisrepair?
. How do you enforce city
codes when the owner is
an absentee bank?
T'he Cityr Council voted
Oct. 28toadirectci(yvSI;IIll10
comel ulp w~ilsh two ordi-
names~ on how to deal wyith
fot688Er close, derlilt fprop-
rt~ies.
Counceilwomfan Joarnne
Corby was aeske tog work ~
wit~h staff on S~el~lling
funding awarded crllies~ to
handle the gulou f
'Iilnor iK~Bge meltdown."


Illn emulu III -.'. \'oter at an

..;ns1o holdesrs pretparilng to
f'or~celose on properties
wouldi.be required to regis-
ter with the city so that the
properties could go on the
city's database and signs
could be posted alerting
ertly hasl been foraclsed
and t~he city knows albout


th~e property would be
retlalired to performn some
mainte-tnaneg to the prop.
erty,
The@ city would be able to


By David Kearns
dkearns~ihometoewnnewsol~com
hll'lt.HOURINE -The Mel-
bourne City Council voted
Oct. 28 to enter intoa znoint
workshop w-ith the city of
Palm Bay to solicit funding
for the St. John's Hieritage
Parkewaty, west of Interstate
95i, between Micco and
Ellis roads, in IBrevard l

Renderings fo~r the park-
way show the city of Wrest
Melboubrne in the paict~ure.
However, they will not be
included in the workhsho,
for now,
Melbsourne C~ity Cotinscil-
man Mark La~usso even


asked if there would be any
"tag-alongs" or otherr enti-
ties"' included in the work-
shop.
City of W~est Melbourne~
Deputy I1a--c;: Johr. D'.Lred -
co said leav~ing ouut thbe
other municiprality in the
path of the parkwayi may be
more posturingJ from Mel-
bourne about the ongoing
water disputes between the
two cities,.
"Mly concernl at this
point is this does not create
a very harmonious situla-
tion," he said.
West Melbourne didlhave
a %sizeabtle portl.ionl ofi the
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Novemel i National
Adop'iclan M~ronlth, and Com-1
munity l1ined1 C:,re~ of I1Ie~
vard is doing its part to
spread the word.
F-or the third conlscurtive
year,' theI organization will
hotits annual "Wallk for
Love" event Nov. 15i,
National Adoption Day, at
The Avenue in Viera.
The event, which was
designed to raise awareness
about public adoption, has
been known to bring in
monre than 100 participants
from throughout the com-
mumity.
"In past years, we held
the walk on a weekday,"
said LaChrista Jones, child
and family services pro-
grram manager for CBC of
Stcv~ltd. "We'd~r hold signs
and walk over thle 192
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Friday, November 7, 2008


lotte Luikart said the city
manager is paid $9,000 per
year for automobile and per-
sonal expenses in addition to
his salary.
Ms. Luikart said the entire
compensation package for
the city manager, salary and
benefits, is $147,700.
Mr. Hazlett said some of
the incentives and perks
offered the last time the con-
tract was negotiated may not
be in line with a city of just
16,000 residents.
These are all items that
have to be renegotiated with
the city's next manager, if the
council opts to select one, he
said.
City Clerk Nancy Ciummo
said Mr. Reynal's contract was
unavailable for review as it
was with the city manager's
office.
"I have asked for it," Ms.
Ciummo said.
Ms. Ciummo said Mr. Rey-
nal's "letter of resignation," is
of concern to employees who
are watching the election
results very carefully.


According to the city man-
ager's office, ~West Melbourne
City Manager David Reynal's
current salary is $112,120 per
year. His salary was reported
at $150,000 in the Oct. 31
issue of Hometown News.
"I consider myself pretty
well compensated but my
annual salary is well below
$150,000," Mr. Reynal wrote
to the paper following the
article.
The earlier figure was used
as city council members
debated whether or not to
continue Mr. Reynal's
employment contract Oct.
21.
Councilman Mike Hazlett
said the salary figure, as
quoted in the paper, is
imprecise but not inaccurate.
":That's not his salary but if
you added it all up, it would
be a combined compensa-
tion package of $150,000 a
year," Mr. Hazlett said. "West
Melbourne has been very
generous in its contract with
Mr. Reynal."
City finance director Char-


David Reynal
challenges press
reports on salary
By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE Can
the city of West Melbourne
opt out of the contract with
the city manager, now that he
has announced he will liot
accept a new one?
Mr. Reynal's letter
annouheing his intent to let
his contract lapse at the end
of August was submitted to
members of the council via
e-mail on Oct. 23.
What to do about it had
been added to the Nov. 6 city
council agenda, according to
the city clerk's office.


house and children's games
following the walk. Mem-
bers of the Millennium
Baton Twirlers team and the
Cocoa Beach Junior-Senior
High School drum line are
also scheduled to perform at
the event.
Adoption affiliates
throughout Brevard will also
be on-hand to provide mnfor-
mation and answer ques-
tions.
The mission of CBC of
See WALK, A7


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was on a weekday, many
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school. We're hoping for
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Jimmy .Zhoa, far right, owner of Lucky Garden 2 restaurant, seeks host families for four
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at least one~ or more months
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family home; complete with
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parents about school and
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church services and sporting
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SWhile they can speak some
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that crucial boundary where
they are forced by necessity to
begin thinking in it, he said.
The boys speak too much


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"They're talking. Chinese
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stop them," Mr. Zhoa said.
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VIERAL- A special group of
ladies will join together Satr-
day, Nov. 8, to share their
common history, traditions
and experiences. '
At 11 a.m. that day, mem-
bers of the Space Coast Unit
75 of WAVES National will
meet for the Women Veterans
Annual Luncheon at the Indi-
an River Colony Club's At Ease
Club.
WAVES stands for Women
Accepted for Volunteer Emer-
gency Service. The local chap-
ter has 56 members, includ-
ing Rockledge resident and


U.S. Navy veteran Terry Gior-
dano.
More than 100 tickets to the
luncheon have been sold to
WAVES' members and their
families, Mrs. Giordano said.
"This event is for women '
veterans and their families,
because women have been
the forgotten veterans," she
said. .
The lunchedn will include
raffle and door prizes, a story-
teller and the introduction of
officers from various women
veterans' organizations.
Mrs. Giordano, 62, said she
is "one of the babies" of Space
Coast Unit 75.
"The majority are World


War II veterans," she said.
"Most went to Hunter College
boot camp (in NewYork City).
When they got out of the col-
lege and went to their duty
stations, -half of them didn't
have uniforms and a place to
stay, because (women serving
in thle military) was so brand
new."
Members of Sp~ace Coast
tafc conmtcoulr s orm ep
ers and nurses,
"They all stayed stateside
(during WWII)," Mrs. G~ior-
dano said. ..
Since then, laws have been
changed to allow women to
serve in combat overseas, she
said.


Mrs. Giordano served in the
Navy from 1985-93.
"I did storekeeping, recruit-
ing and shore patrol," she
said.
In a letter about the lunch-
eon, Space Coast Unit 75
member and WWII veteran
Joan Forrester wrote that
there are more than 1.7 mil-
lion women veterans nation-

.fAgood number are scat-
tered throughout Brevard
County," she wrote. "Most of
them have received little
recognition, aCkn~owledge-
ment or publicity. Many of
them are now elderly, particu-
larly those who served in
WWII, Korea andVietnam."


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dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
SUNTREE Jimmy Zhoa
needs to find four host fami-
lies for four wonderful
exchange students from
Chma owner of Lucky Garden
2 Restaurant in Suntree Plaza
agreed last year to help an
exchange student program,
but the company that bought
the round-trip tickets for the
youths and paid other
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cial diflticultly, and could not
afood o pay s nf totcoe t
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It fell to Mr. Zhoa, who was
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foster-father here in the Unit-
ed States.
"I would like for them to
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city deemed it necessary.
Councilwoman Cheryl
Palmer also agreed that some
of the proposals under con-
sideration, such as setting pri-
ority code liens, were "beyond
the scope," of what the city
needed to accomplish or even
become involved mn.
"This is a slippery slope,"
she said.
Mr.- LaRusso said, "To bor-
rowyour language Mrs. Corby,
this just puts another tool in
our tool box," for dealing with
the problem.
Mayor Harry Goode said
that some of the measures
under consideration could be
enacted in an emergency situ-
ation, which he said was upon
us.
"We are assuming we are
going to see a percentage of
foreclosed properties," Mayor
Goode said. "I call these emer-



closed properties, said Palm
Bay City: Councilman Milo
Zonka.
"We didn't initiate that. That
was something we immedi-
ately qualified for, owing to
our risk," Mr. Zonka said.
Palm Bay got into trying to
work with property owners to
prevent foreclosure last year,
he said.
But by the time the research
was done on each prospective
liSk they found that the end
result was foreclosure, before
action culd be taken
"W culdn't figuin out how

T cit aot "amBay wl e
bringing its own set of rules
regarding code enforcement
and foreclosed properties to
their council, shortly after the
ele'v had to be careful to
make sure we define what is
truly vacant, and what is
someone who is just away for
six months," Mr. Zon~ka said.


Mr. LaRusso said he wanted
to put something into effect to
prevent the property owners
near those abandoned homes
from seeing their own proper-
ties seriously devalued.
But Ms. Corby said the city
hasn't adequately looked into
funding available to deal with


the problems of mortgage
meltdown, fist, before con-
sidering new types of fines,
and collecting data on how
many foreclosed homes are
out there.
According to Ms. Corby's
research, there may be as
much as $91 million in federal
funds to be disbursed to cities
just like Melbourne.
"How many of these lenders
are actually in the state? Do
we even kn~ow?" she asked her
fellow council members,
Ms. Crorby said the city
could -use the funds to help
small businesses that special-
ize in lawn care and home
rehabilitation, to "fix up those
properties." ,
The money could be used
in extreme cases to actually
purchase the properties if the


repairs.
On each new swap of own-
ership, the lien goes away and
the clock resets to. zero. This
forces the city code enforcers
to go out and start the identifi-
cation/fine/lien process all
over again, seldom achieving


compliance on foreclosed
properties that are swapped
from bank to bank.
This concerned Council-
man Mark LaRusso, who initi-
ated the changes after confer-
ring with members of the
city's code enforcement
board.


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tion. 29, of 770 S. Wi~ckham Kimberly Dawn Minor,
*Matthew Joseph Road, No. 10, Melbourne, 35, of 1618 Oakwood Trail,
McZ~eod, 19, of 1140 Olde was charged Oct. 27 with Melbourne, was charged
JBailey Lane, West Mel- coanspiring/combining to Oct. 28 as a fugitive from
bourne, was s ~rgedl~(~ Oct. traffic in drugs, possess- justice.
24 with on-site violation of ing/selling/delivering/ma Michele Lynne Tingle,
probation/violation of nufacturing counterfeit 35, of 1587 Sienna Drive,
community control, resist- controlled substance and Melbourne, was charged
.ing arrest without violence, on-site violation of proba- Oct. 28 with burglary, -pos-
petty theft, two counts of tion/ violation of commu- session of stolen property
burglary and two counts of nity control.` and criminal mischief.
grand theft. Cassandra Lee Clark, Anthony Lee Goodwin,
ames William Strang, 19, of 320 Lago Circle, No. 18, of 3387 Areca Palms
49, of 51 East Court, No. 3, 104, West Melbourne, was Ave.,. Melbourne, was
Melbourne, was charged charged Oct. 27 with driv- charged Oct. 29 with bur-
Oct. 24 with felony- failure ing under the influence- glary and grand theft.
to appear, property damage, giving a Richard Alan Orlen, 43,
*Dawn Vancise, 41, of false name, possession of of 1512 Stewvart Av\e., Mel-
213 McClain Drive, West an alcoholic beverage by a bourne, w~as charged Oct.
Melbourne, was charged person younger than 21 29 with felohy ,failure to
Oct. 24~ with two counts of and attempting to solicit/ appear and failure to
child neglect. conspire, appear-traffic.
*Ronald Ojay Flanders, Joseph S. Doyle, 26, of Wayne Thomas Push-
33, of 810 E. Cedar Drive, 712 John Carroll Lane, West man, 24, of 3210 Brent-
Melbourne, was charged Melbourne, was charged wood Lane, Melbourne,
Oct. 25 with possession of Oct. 27 with felony failure was charged Oct. 29 with
cocaine. to appear. on-site violation of proba-
ackalynn T. Jordan, 24, Amanda Marie Dyke, tion/violation of commu-
of 325 E. University Blvd., 28, of 1890 Adams Ave., nity control and posses-
No. 125, Melbourne, was Melbourne, was charged sion of a firearm/
charged Oct. 26 with sell-. Oct. 27 with selling a con- ammunition by a convict-
ing cocaine, possession of trolled substance. ed felon.
cocaine with intent to sell Joseph Daniel Johnson, Richard Bernard
and possession of cocaine. 23, of 770 South Wickham Gonder, 30, obf 625'1 E.
*Robert Morales, 20, of Road, No. 10, Melbourne, William St., Mlelbourne,
2811 Temple Terrace, Mel- was charged Oct. 27 with was charged Oct. 30 with
bourne, was; charged Oct. conspiring/ combining to possession of cocaine, sell-
26 with two counts of on- traffic in drugs and pos- ing cocaine and possession
site violation of proba- sessing/ selling/ deliver- of cocaine with intent to
tioniviolation of commu- ing/manufacturing coun- 'seHl.
nity control. terfeit controlled .* Valtoshia McRae, 33, of
*Robert Earle Shepard, substance. 690 Lauri St., Melbourne,
26, of 200 Bossieux Blvd., Ian Windsor Gosling, was charged Oct. 30 with
West Melbourne, was 18, of 2601 Brookshire Cir- selling cocaine, possession
charged Oct. 26 with viola- cle, West Melbourne, was ~of cocaine with intent to
tion.of probation. charged Oct. 28 with viola- sell and possession of
*Walter James Chapman, t~ion of probation. cocaine.





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fosrd, 28, of 819 Cedar
Drive, Mellbourne, was
charged Oct. 27 with aggra-
vated battery on a preg-
nanrt wlomar.
Sally Plimpton, 33, of
2634 Winter Way, Mel-
bsourne, was charged Oct,
27 with grand theft.
MichaelT. Parton, 51 of
2664 Pineapple Ave., No. 6,
M/elborurne, was charged
Oct. 28 with an ou~t of
county warrant, attempt-
ing to solicit/conspire, car-
rymng a concealed weapon,
aggravated assault, posses-
sion of .a firearm/con-
cealed weapon by a con-
victed felon and violation
of restrictions placed on
sexual offenders/preda-
tors.
*Jordan David Powell,
19, of 2271 Hampton
Greens B~lvd., No. 203, Mel-
bourneg, was charged Oct.
28 with aggravated assautlt-
domestic violence, driving
while license suspended
and two counts of on-site
violation of probation/ vio-
lation of community coan-
trol.
*Joseph D. Rowe, 23, of
1135 N. Wickham Road,
No. 6, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 28 with petty
theft and trafficking stolen
property
Paulette Ashley, 37, of
426 Alvarado Ave., Palm ~
B3ay, was charged Oct. 29
with on-site violation of
probation/violation of
commupnity control, pos-
session o'f a controlled sub-
stance and two counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Eric Bowen, 41, of 210
E. University Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
29 with possession of
cocaine, possession of
cannabis and r~esicting
arrest without violence.
*Christopher John
Comnella, 181, of 6044 Cardiff
Ave., Cocoa, was charged
Oct. 29 with aggravated


assault and disch~arging a
firea~rmI in public,
redstern Lorenzo
(1n;1y, 279, of 16737 Agvocado
Ave., No. 3, MetllOlboun, was
chargeda Oct. 30 with bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer and resisting arrest
with violence.
*Angela Marie MlcCrathl,
25, of 204 WI. Semino8le Ave.,
No. 11, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 30 as a habit-
ual traffic offender driving
on a suspended license,
possession of cocaine and
felony possession of a con-
trolled substance while in
physical control of a motor
vehicle.
Edward Allen Sotelo,
38, of 1801 Fox Bay Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 30 with possession of
cocaine.
ose Enrique Torres, 23,
of 770 N. WVickh~am Road,
No. 12, Melbourne, was
chaiged Oct. 30 with bur-
glary and grand theft.

West Melbourne
POlice Department
*Thomas James Porter,
37, of 105 Bay View Drive,
SIndian Harbour Beach, was
charged Oct. 26 with petty
theft, aggravated assault,
resisting arrest with vio-
lence, exposure of sexual
Organs and assault on a law
enforcement officer and
two counts of battery.
*Tyi-one Montra Boone,
20, of 3416 Lawn Brook
Court, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 30 with retail
theft, carrying a concealed
weapon and possession of
a controlled substance.

.Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

oosevelt Holmes, 47,
of 1101 E. Church St., Mel-
bourrie, was charged Oct.
24 with violation of proba-


Editor's note: Ths is 9 n
list of~ arrests, not convic-
tions, andlr all: ((1"s1I C11a-.are
presumed inznocent unleFss
or until pr/oven guilty In a
courtt oflau.

Melbourne PollCO
Department
Matthewr James Lague,
37, of 653 Old Oak St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
24~ with felony driving
under the influence.
*Patrick Lorne ParriS, 2j,
of 2466 Bo0yd Ave,', Mel-
bourne, was chnarged Oct.
24 with robbery byr sudden
snatching and battery. ,
James Brow 3
address unknown, was
charged Oct. 25 with rob.
bery andbhurglasry-assault
and btte1#ry,
Jrmainle Quartell
Hadley, 24, of 986 Ab~eto St.
N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Oct. 25 with carry-
ing a conecaled firearms.
*Jamrar Thoempkins, 27,
of 1025 E. Mill Stt, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct,
25 with domestic: battery
by strangulatjion and
assault-domestic violence.
Elie Banks, 44, of 2251
Appalachaln Drive, Mel-
bourne, MIas chl,nged Oc 6t,
26 with bulrglary and petty
theft.
onald Banlks, 43, of
2251 Appalachian Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 26 with burglary and

Maarlene Skayne111 Clark,
37, of! 1080) N. Fiske Bl-vd.,
Unit H4, Melbournle, was
charged Oct. 26 with grand
theft and resis~ting arrest
withouttviolence,
ustin Lowell Denison,
20, of 3415 S.ukIleI~ Brook
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Oet, 26 w-ith fail-
ure to report an accident
involving death/ personal
injurPy,
*Trevina Lasha Craw-


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Because Democrats have control of both houses, they
essentially control the economy of the United States, insofar
that it relates to what the government has to do with' the
economy.
We just had a Wall Street bailout that took both houses of
Congress to approve. It was approved by Congress. The
president has no power to bail out the U.S. The president
administers. He proposes, Congress disposes.
This writer is just plan ignorant.

Lobbyists bribe officials
Why aren't all the people who are known as lobbyists, and
the people they represent, put in jail? All they do is bribe our
elected officials and keep things legal that should not be
'legal. The elected officials that they bribe should also be put
in jail for betraying the people who elected them.

Ordinary people
I wonder if there is any way to fmnd out about the large reli-
gious corporations around the world. Some of them are known
to be the wealthiest corporations ever in existence. I wonder if,
in these times of need for ordinary people, if these corporations
are helping the ordinary people. Are those statistics available?

It doesn't matter

Regardless of who we put in the seat of president, it will not
change the way thatAmerican people live (in this country.) I am
a veteran and I would like someone to speak out on my behalf. I
would like to see gas prices drop (drastically). My bottom line is
Iwould like to see (real) change happen.

Sick and tired
In regard to the new garbage pickup containers, I am sick and
tired of looking at them 24/7. They are supposed to be put out
no earlier than 5 p.m. the evening before pickup and taken in by
8 p.m. the day of pickup. It behooves the powers that be to
enforce this rule. I see solid waste cars and trucks go by day in
and day out. You would think they would do something about
it. (The containers) are not meant to be lawn ornaments.

What ameSS
Well, here we are.
We never thought we would live to see the planet in such a
mess. I'm speaking of America's baby boomers, the middle-
class baby boomers. Now we are lower middle class (financially



also baby boomers who are raping us of retirements through
tmei geudy nulti-nillon-ldolla --etr "bon ss" blahaane

homes all over the world. Throwing million-dollar birthday par-
ties in Europe and elsewhere. A few have been caught and put
awayr, (ITyco, Enron to name a couple.) But more are abundant
and thriving among us.
It's easy to say "Something has to be done," but what? Thank
goodness there are those citizens who are out there being
heard, or we'd really be in a pickle. And "Yippee" the gas
(price) is decreasing. Now, we cah plan on vacations by car. Of
course, (the price of gas) may rise up by the time we are readyrto
return home in a week or so. '
And the airlines. Do you think they will lower fares because
the gas price was lowered? I don't think so! Maybe a CEO will
get his much deserved million-dollar bonus with the savings
from gas.
Yup. We're in a mess. .

Animal lovers receive cooperation
This "Rave" is a big thank you to all the wonderful drivers who
are animal lovers. I have lived in Brevard for 15 years and can_
not count the number of times I have seen someone stop traffic
to get out of their vehicle and move a turtle out of harm's way. I
alSo notice that no one sounds their horns or gets impatient. I
WaS recently in traffic on Wickham Road and some construc-
tion workers stopped both lanes of traffic to get out and save a
turtle's life. All the other drivers were patient and courteous. We
have abundant wildlife because some people really have a
heart. I think this says a lot for the quality of the people who live
here.

We are the government
I hope this country is ready for the final straw that they're
pushing for. They've already legislated God out of government'
and schools. They don't understand that the top 20 percent of
wage earners in this country provide 80 percent of the tax base.
That's apparently not enough, as they want more. They want


responsible folks (who) worked hard, played by the rules and
didn't live beyond their means to bail their lazy, greedy selves
out of the problem they were responsible for creating. They
want a socialized society with guarantees for everyone and
wanit to strip any last bastion of capitalism away a proven sys-
tem that made us great in the first place. They want government
this and that and don't understand that we are the government.

Can't crOSsing guards help?
Recently, I watched (in my car) as a man in a wheelchair
crossed the street (at an intersection) while two crossing guards
stood on the corner watching him. Are (the crossing guards)
only allowed to help children cross the street?
Editor's note: Wes Sumner; director of communications for
Brevard County Schools, responded to thzsquestion in the follow-
ing statement: ~From the Flori~da School Crossmng Guard Tfaining
Guidelines 2008 'Edition, published by the State of Florida
Department of T~ansportation (page 12): "When no school-aged
child requires crossing, a guard may conduct a crossing for an
adult pedestrian who requests the service, but not otherwise. A
guard should not of fer to provide the service. Adult pedestrians
may have little interest in receiving such assistance, or inclina-
tion to heed guard warnings. Routine provision of such service
can contribute to a perception that the state's rules for drivers
and pedestrians at crosswalks are digtferent when crossings are
not conducted by guards."

What is purpose of Saturday program?
I am calling about Bayside High School. I do not understand
why there are (more than) 200 students going to school on Sat-
urday every week and why mny son is being suspended and
expelled several times this year already. I do not understand
~why taxpayers' money is being used for this program.
Editor's note: Was Sumner director of communications for
Brevard County Schools, responded to this question in the follout-
ingstatement:
Saturday Schopl is used as a discipline consequence, but also
as a study hall, FCATprep class, and a SAT/ACTprep class. Bay-
side is the largest school in Brevard County with approximately
2,750 students, which equates to a large Saturday School atten-
dance.
Students receive a Saturday School for discipline issues such as
skipping class, being out of area, causing a disruptionz to the
learning environment, being tardy to class, or used in lieirofa
suspension. The consequencefor missinga-Saturday School isan
automatic suspension the following school day.
All Brevard high schools have Saturday Schools.. Bayside High
chooses to u~se this time as FCAT prep and SAT/ACTprep classes.
~All 9th and 10Oth graders go with four different math and reading
'teachers. They cover curriculum designed to assist them in being






A sign of the times?
A few weeks before the last primary elections, while driving
in the city of Palmi Bay, I noticed a city employee walk past four
political signs to remove one yard spe sign. All of these signs,
(yard sale and political), were in violation of code on public
property, easement or right of way or10 feet thereof.
I followed this employee for a few blocks during which he
removed seven yard sale signs and left 11 political signs (all
non-conforming.) Later that same day, I drove by the County
Services Complex on Cogan Drive, in front of which were in
excess of 200 political signs on or over public property.
I called code compliance supervisor (Lt. Mark) Renkens and
asked if they removed yard sale signs. He said they did. I asked
about non-compliant political signs. He said, "We don't pick up
political .signs because we don't want to show favoritism." I
asked where in the codes that it stated they don't have to or are
not required to remove these signs, for that or any other reason.
He said, "I'm not a lawyer, I can't answer that."
At this moment (Oct. 8), we know of (more than) 223 political
signs that are non-compliant, without question, in just two of
the zones in Palm Bay. '
My question is: when the city is out removing a couple of
dozen yard sale signs, why are they not removing political signs?
Come on Palm Bay. 'Ikeat us, the citizens, the same as you
treat your own.
Editor's note: Lt. Renkens response to this rant follows: "Code
Enforcement does not remove signs at all, that is done by our'
Public Works Department. The ordinance regarding yard sale
signs is simple; if they are posted anywhere but private property
they will be removed by public works. Election signs have specific
TulleS which allows them to be displayed where yard sale signs
may not, during a campaign. Whomever the' employee was
walkingg past four yard sale signs" was not a code enforcement
o~ffcial. Isuggest this person frst contact the legislative branch of
thze city and obtain the rules and regulations regarding political
signs. Secondly, ifyou want to help be a part of the solution, con-
tact those specific candidates and ask them to remove their
"alleged" illegally posted signs. "


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Show live lottery drawing
I'm upset about the Florida lottery. Of all the states that
have a lottery, Florida doesn't show a live drawing and they
don't flash the numbers (on the television screen) anymore.
People spend a.lot of money (on it). What kind of state is
this? (The lottery) cuts off your numbers when you play a
certain number. It makes you think it is a crooked system. I
don't even want to play ~anymore.

No ball dropped

Responding to "Brevard County commissioners dropped
the ball:"
The county did have several sites where they distributed
sandbags. One of them was at the west end of Eau Gallie.

Abortion cause of distress

Calling in response to "When is it personal?" To the 63-
year-old woman who does not want to see poor women go
to slaughter houses to have abortions: Give me a break. Did
she ever have an abortion in her life? I am a 55-year old
woman who did (have an abortion) and has suffered ever
since making that decision. I became an alcoholic, a drug
addict, an adulterer every despicable trait a woman could
possibly have, (I had) because of that abortion. I am now
saved through the grace and mercy of Jesus Christ. I arn
pro-life, but what is the opposite of pro-life? It is pro-mur
der. If you didn't have an abortion, that beating heart would
be fulfilled and life (would have been) started. And that life
is started at the point of conception

Look into pill hoard ing
I've been hearing all morning about (a drugstore) that
was double billing Medicaid. (Someone) needs to look into
the drugstores hoarding pills. Make sure you count the pills
you receive and compare to the prescription youliade

DOn't comp Iain about stock value

I was with a friend who was complaining about (the value
of her' American auto maker's) stock. I asked her what kind
of car she was driving and she named a foreign model. I
have been harping for years about people who buy imports.
For every imported car on the road, that is one American
car that isn't purchased. You can buy into the garbage about
cars being international, where the parts are made.
What have we been taught? Follow the money. The
money goes back to Germany or Japan, or where ever. If you
are American, buy an American car.

Why rapid rise?
Why the rapid rise of (Sen.) Obama? From community
organizer to presidential candidate is a very rare scenario. It
is not entirely without historical precedent. In 1933, an
unknown person used his tremendous power of oratory to
captivate the uneducated and uninformed German majori-
ty and become the dictator of Germany, by popular
demand.

Who's ignorant?
In reference to the rant "Let us talk about ignorance-"



elected Independent who has chosen to be an Independent
thmo reatand (Sens). S derrs from Veemont who ca u ue
with the Democrats. Accordigly, Dmca r i h
majt in t Senate Tat s whyc( en.) Harry Reid is the
leader
I wotild also like to remind that writer that not a nickel ls
raised in taxes or a nickel spent in taxes unless it is
approved by Congress. Democrats hold majority in both
houses, therefore, they control all legislation that comes
before Congress and all money bills must be approved for
the calendar that are voted on by both houses of Collgress.





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the community," Ms. Jones
said. "It's not a fundraiser;
it's a celebration."
Also in November, Bre-
vard Counity Circuit Judge
Jack Griesbaum will host his
annual mass adoption event
Nov. 19 at the School Board
Education Services Facility
inViera.
The event will join 14 chil-
dren from within the Bre-
vard County foster care sys-
tem with their new families,
"This is the final step for
these families to celebrate
bringn home their new
child' said Cyndi Hernan-
dez, public relations coordi-
nator for CBC of Brevard.
Ilt's truly an amazing event.
"Walk for Love" will be
Nov. 15 at the courtyard of
T1e Avenue Viera. Regis-
tration begins at 8:15 a.m.
Walk begins at 9 a.m. To
register, or for informa-
tion, call Nicole Roesler at
(321) 752-4650, Ext. 2023
or visit
www. cbcbrevard. org.


Palm Bay and Melbourne
were duplicating their lobby-
ing efforts, he said.
"This will get the lobbyists
on the same sheet of music,"
Mr. Thomas said of the
upcoming workshop,which
will likely takehpac in
N\ovem er, after te ecton.
Mr. Thomas said ethata te

boue MeaM our e and P l
Bayrcnl met with Co nt
Mangr rn ggy Busaccam a
agreed to secure at least
$10,000 each to get the project
rolling, so technically, West
Melbourneis still in the loop.
All three cities stand to ben-
efit from the parkway as does
industry, said Melbourne City
Councilman Rich Contrera.
Palm Bay City Councilman
Milo Zonka said the impacts
are not just of regional value,
but national as well.
"When I heard that the sec-
tion of interstate between
Sebastian and Palm Bay was
the longest section ...between
Maine and Miami without an
interchange, that opened my
eyes," Mr. Zonka said.


GOING WITH THE FLOW


Some small businesses may find
that, when faced with a property
aos t im moe to replace lost property.
Standard commercial property
policies may provide protection
against direct losses (actual
\pe t ut on of moapgerty),tbut t e
perils that cause direct damage
can. also cause indirect losses,
which result from the disrupting
effects of property damage.
Consequently, the monetary
value of an indirect loss can
exceed the amount of the
udrlyin dirsest loss for many
this problem, business
interruption insurance is
designed to cover many of the
costs associated with temporary
loss of access to office space,
customers, or the ability to


satisfy customer needs.

enurance re ~te quest ns W
believe that all insurance
translates into a series of
promises and obligations, which
should resultminthe confidence
moe inomtn or t cedul
an appointment we invite you to
call 321.255.0986. We're
located at 3760 W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Ste. ,104, heree we look
out for you and your family with
personal concern and creative
ideas. We've been serving and.
satisfying customers since 1991.
NOTE: It is not uncommon for
stores that sustain physical
damage to take six months to a
year to reach their former sales
levels.


Zhoa said.
Mr. Zhoa and his wife Grace
came to this country 13 years
ago from Haerbing province,
along the shared border with
Russia.
Haerbing is also known as a
melting pot, since many differ-
ent cultures were expelled
from Russia during pu s of
the early 1900s gpre
Coming to this counti-y was
a drea he 1alo shared with

Now he considers himself
an emissary of sorts.
"I try to do something good
for both cultures," he said.
He sees that Sino-America
relations have been strained in
the past.
"It's like I have my adopted
mother, and mybirth mother. I
don't want to ever see them
lighting," he said.
Cultural understanding goes
a long way to preventing future
misunderstandings, he said.
Mr Zhoa can be reached by
calling Lucky G d~en 2 at
(321)242-1167, or his cellphone
(321)258-9799, or by e-mail
ruizhao2000@gmail. com.


What Mr. Zhoa proposes is
that interested, prospective
parents in the vicinity of Viera
High School contact him
directly for meeting.
For their part, the lads are
loving the states, so far. They all
started learning English in
preparation for a cultural
exchange six years ago, m
China, said AlexXia.
Alex, 16, is from Guangdong
province. He enjoys pre-calcu-
let, chemistry and his choral
His pal, Harry Liang, 17,
enjoy pre-calculus and team
sports at the school. Harry is
interested in tennis.
"I have played three years in
my school team," Harry said. "I
am pretty good." Mr. Liang is
also from Guangdong
province.
Kobe Lim enjoys playing
basketball and his team sports
classes. -
Richard Li is learning tennis
and enjoys it but wishes he was
better at it.
"I'm not very good yet,"
Richard said.
How do the boys like attend-
ingViera High?
"We like so very much, our


new friends," Alex said.
All the boys agreed that
classes were going well with
the help of their fellow stu-
dents and their principal, Mark
Tormoen.
"He is very kind," said Kolbe.
Mr. Tormoen said the lads
attended their fist Hawks
football game last week
"If I didn't know these boys, I
might not step out and say it,
but these boys are all from
goo f mles, the are all ver

speak very good English. It
would be an enriching exuperi-
ence for any family in the area
to get to know these boys," Mr.
Tormoen said.
Mr. Tormoen is a U.S. Army
veteran who served overseas in
Korea, where his wife is from.
"They are a joy to be
around," he said of the boys
from China.
Mr. Zhoa said the cultural
exchange is the most impor-.
tant aspect of this' mission and
still hopes he can find one or
two families for each boy to
share the full experience with.
"It could be split up between
one family for one month and
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Brevard is to protect chil
dren, strengthen families
and change lives through
the prevention of child
abuse and the operation of
a community-based sys-
tem of care for abused,
abandoned and neglected

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Parkway
From page Al

parkway in its future
according to renderings. But
with the 4,000-acre Platt
property annexation into
Melbourne, that portion
within West Melbourne has
been reduced considerably.'
But Mr. Thomas's motion to
work only with Palm Bay on a
funding workshop was not
intended as a slight, he said.
"If the council sees fit to
have an additional meeting
inviting other cities, then
that's how we'll proceed," he
said.
Both the city of Melbourne
and the city of Palm Bay have.
petitioned for federal funds
for the interchanges with I-95,
said Mr.Thomas.
A total of $3.4 million has
been secured for the funding
of two needed interchanges,
one a few hundred yards
north of Micco Road, the
other at Ellis Road in Mel-
bourne.


Students
From page A3
nese channels, he frequently
catches the boys watching
sports and other programs
from home.
That's right. They're just like
your kids!
"I want for them to e~xpeni-
ence an environment in which
only English is spokenn" Mr.

Tes oer of the Lucky Gar-
den 2 isn't asking for a family to
foot the food bill, for a growing
.lad; which, as any parent can
attest, can be expensive.
Mr. Zhoa is offering $200 a
month as a food stipend. He
will also allow a host family a
20-percent-off discount at
Lucky Garden 2 for the entire
time the boyis in agoodllmer-
ican home.
"I will give them a family dis-
count because they are family,"
he said.
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covered for the youths, and is
available 24-7 for consultation
with the host families about
any issue, emergency or other-
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James Tucker
Week of 11-07-2008
Aries-March 21-April 19
You've done it again, Aries.
Whenever the storm clouds
rise, yciu know just what to
do to help your friends make
it through the storm. There is
clear sailing ahead. You have
free reign. You know the
direction. Keep a strong
|focus on the top priorities.
Refuse to let worldly stuff
distract you from your main
. purpose. Dare, act and you
will succeed.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
You can't change the past.
You cam however, learn from
it, bless it, forgive it as need-
ed and release it. Now your
life can move forward.
Renew, -heal and set new
goals. It's time to have a little
fun and get irl the holiday
s irit. If yu allow other
things -to get in the way,
don't blame the universe for
any unhappiness. It's all up
to you.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
It's hard to keep a Gement
down for long. You always
want to do two things at
once. Keeping focused phys-
ically and mentally is a chal-
lenge night now. In another
week, the planetary influ-
ences will be more positive
for you and you will feel bet-
ter about life. The guardian
angels are there to protect
you when your trust and
Faith shine through.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
The key to success is direc-
tion. You must keep working
on your main projects. Keep-
ing current with new tech-
niques at work is so impor-
tant. You are an innovator,
you know. It's also important
to spend quality time with
family. This recharges you
and helps keep you strong in
other areas of life as well. A
very healthy approach.

.Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
See, it works. Taking time for
fun things has psyched you
up and you are feeling bet-
ter. Take action on your main
plans while you are on this
natural high. The odds of
success are in your favor.
Your power of communica-
tion is especially strong right
now. When you speak, oth-
ers listen. Why? Because you
speak from your heart.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept.22
Recent changes are begin-
SSee SCOPES, B3


Fearing




ars ago, during a
prison ministry
retreat, I learned to
overcome my fear of the
dark. Being the last
straggler to breakfast at 6
a.m., I found myself in
pitch blackness winding
my way to the main
building where others
were chow\ing down. Not a
star in the sky, nor a ray of
moonlight, illuminated
my wayr. I closed my eyes,
said a prayer, opened
them and felt my way
along branching trees to
the hum of v~oices in the
distance. As I safely
arrived, I gave a brief,
silent thanks to my
creator and went on life's
journey.
Darkness is no stranger
to the lead character in
"Wait Until Dark" by
Frederick Knott. Played by
Caroline -Rhoden, Susie is
blind and an unwilling .
player of cat and mouse in
this suspense produced
by drama students at
Cocoa Beach
Junior/Senior High
School, 1500 Minutemen
Causeway, Cocoa Beach,
and directed by Kevin
Buck.
Performances will be
Thursday, Nov. 13, :;
through Saturday, Nov. 15,
at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are
$10 for adults and $8 for
students and seniors. Call
(321) 783-1776 for infor-
mation.
Annual Haunts at the
Henegar Center for the
Arts, 625 East New Haven
Ave., Melbourne, was a
superb exhibit of "the
dark side Set in the
basement of the old
Melbourne H gh School
building, the haunt was a
set of demented spirits'
bloodthirsty butchers and
the creepiest of crypts.
Often finding myself
caught in a maze, I looked
for an exit in the dank
darkness with no success.
Suddenly, a door would
open, either on its own or
by an eerie barbarian.
The Rocky Horror
Picture Show, presented
by Surfside Players, 300
Ram Rod dCo B ah
wamphe oaerfeotcfiale to
myHallopween festivities -
See EXPLORE, B2


Photo courtesy of Space Coast Ballet
Space Coast Ballet Academy student Megan Amanda Ehrlich presents bouquets to
principal dancers Reneris Re'yes and Rie Ichekawa during the Space Coast Ballet's
2007 performance of The Nutcracker. '


The Space Coast Ballet
was founded in 2001 by
artistic directors Boris
Chepeley~ and Janna Kiro-
va.
The company also fea-
tures its own student ballet
academy and summer
program, ~featuring
instruction by guest teach-
ers and choreographers
from Russia, Germany and
throughout the United
States.
With the flower presen-
tation program, the Space
Coast Ballet is hoping to
encourage local children
to join the academy and
become exposed to the


ballet.
"It's a rare and exciting
opportunity that they will
always remember," Ms.
Harbach said.
The Space Coast Ballet's
performance of The Nut-
cracker will be Dec. 6 at 2
p.m. and 7 p.m. and Dec. 7
at 2 p.m. at the Maxwell C.
King Center, 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. For
tickets, call (321) 242-2219.
The deadline for appli_
cations for flower presen-
ters is Saturday, Nov. 15.
For information, or an
application form, visit
www.spacecoastballet.co
m or call (321) 253-0544.


day show, which combines
internationally trained
principal dancers with
local talent.
In previous years, mem-
bers of the company's
Space Coast Ballet Acade-
my were responsible for
presenting the bouquets
until the task was opened
up to the community last
year,
"I loved it!" said Breezy
Jones, 9, who was selected
as a presenter at the 2007
performance. "You meet
the characters,'and I met
the prince. You also get to
dress up and walk on stage
to hand out the flowers."


p.m. Monday through Satur-
day. Call (321) 720-7532.
*Brevard Art Museum:
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday throughSatur-
day, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thurs-
day and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Call (321) 242-0737 or visit
w w w. bre vardart
museum.org.
*Brevard Museum of His-
tory and Science: 2201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa. Open
Monday through Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sun-
day noon to 4 p.m. 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.
Call (321) 783-7430.
*Cuba! Gallery of Fmne
Art: 541 E. Newi Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open Monday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to
6 P.m. Call (321) 729-8800


or visit www.cuba
galleryflorida.com.
*Downstairs Gallery: 909
E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Call (321) 727-8470*
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
1470 Highland Ave., Mel~
bourne. Open 1-5 p.m. Tues-
day through Saturday. Call
(321) 259-8261.
*Foreman Art Glass
Design Studio: 2415 Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. Open
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Call (321)
725-7005 or visit www.fore-
monartglass.com.
*Funky Junky Gallery:
1372 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open Monday
through Saturday from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (321)
242-2222-
*Greenwood Gallery:
1520 Garden St., Titusville.
Open 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
See OUT, B3


FRIDAY, NOV. 7
*Musical Revue: "Side by
Side by Sondheim," Nov. 7-
22. Friday and Saturday per-
formances at 8 p.m., Sunday
performances at 2 p.m.
Titusville Playhouse, 301
Julia St., Titusville. Call (321)
268-1125 for tickets.

UPCOMING EVENTS
*Auditions: "The Odd
Couple" by Neil Simon
directed by Sally Contess'
Sunday, Nov. 9, and Monday,
Nov. 10, 7 p.m. Surfside
Playhouse, 300 Ramp Road,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321)
783-3013. Runs Jan. 16 to
Feb. 1, 2009. Needed: Six
men and two women.
*Art exhibit: Central Bre-
vard Art Association will host
a. Fine Arts Show and Sale
featuring all medias, Satur-
day, Nov. 8, from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 9,


from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admis-
sion is free. Call (321) 698-
8081.
*Sunday jazz: The Right
Brothers Band, led by drum-
mer Nick Chirico, will per-
form at a Space Coast Jazz
Society concert Sunday, Nov.
9, at 2 p~m., at the Cocoa
Beach, Country Club, 5000
Tom Warriner Blvd., Cocoa
Beach. Tickets are $7 for
SCJS members, $10 for non-
members. Call (321) 453-
4191.

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. Saturday. Call (321)
253-5553.
*Art Gallery and Studio:
802 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 5


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Space Coast Ballet seeks flower presentters


Local children
to be in the

spotlight during
'Nutcracker'
curt~ain call

By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com

Children from Brevard
County will have the
chance to take center stage
this holiday season during
one of the world's most
beloved ballets.
For the second consecu-
tive year, the Space Coast
Ballet is looking for 15 chil-
dren ages 6-12 to present
flower bouquets at the
closing ceremony of The
Nutcracker ballet.
At Aeeeh ofthe co pany'
children will be chosen to
distribute the bouquets ii1
front of a packed crowd at
~the Maxwell C. King Center
for the Performing Arts in
Melbourne.
"The best part of an
amazing ballet perform-
ance is the applause at the
end of the production
where all 250-some
dancers, stars and artistic
directors take a bow," said
Pat Harbach, media rela-
tions coordinator for the
Space Coast Ballet. "This is
the chance for local chil-
dren to be a part of the
excitement."
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seventh season that the
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mrovie starring a young
Susaln Sar~andon and Barry
130stwick, be sure to mark
your calendl~r for next
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The key to not I'-uring !
the dark, attending; a
hauntecd house or being a
willing member ofan
audience participation
show is tr~ust. Trusting that
th~e dark will not: hurt you,
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tIrust brings;. Even in the
dark.
For fun this week,
explore Brevard at the
following:
*See the show or be the
show, as Melissa Herron-
Goldman, certified hypno-
tist, opens the door to the
sutbcon~scious mind and
entertains guests with
their spontaneous per-
formances. Saturday, Nov.
8, 6:30 p.m. at East Coast
Coffee &L Tea, 258 E. Eau
Glallie Blvd., Indian
Harbour Beach in the
Publix Shopping Plaza. For
information, call (321)
779-4618 or visit
www.Hego Hypnosis.com.
*"Classics Extraordi-
naire" will be presented by
the Melbourne Municipal
Band in two free concerts
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DINBg FNG~e & EN TERTINMN


ROMANCING
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ARLENE BORG

They turn into applesauce.
What always bothered me
about apple pie is that

upls ,Thic sp hor werk,
once the pie was baked
there was a large space
between the filling and the
top crust. Then I tried
something that was so
successful l make my apple
pies no other way.
Canned pie-sliced apples
are wonderful. I don't mean
pie filling that is seasoned, I
nrican just apples in water.
They are made by many
companies and are sold in
most supermarkets.
No time for stories today,
holiday recipes are a must.

APPLE PIE
makes one 9-inch
Ble

If you choose to use fresh
apples you must use a tart,
firm apple. Varieties such as
Golden Delicious, Cortland,
Brae burn, Spartan and
Granny Smith are your best
choices.

1-1/2 (20 ounce) cans
sliced apples drained, or
five to seven tart apples,
peld, cored, and thinly
3/4-cup sugar or 1/2
sugar and 1/2 Splenda
sugar substitute'
1/4-cup dark brown sugar
(packed)
I tablespoon flour
1/2-teaspoon cinnamon
Dash nutmeg
Dash salt
I tablespoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute

Roll out dough to fit a 9-
inch pie pan. Trim even
with rim of pan.
Mix all ingredients except
butter together and add to
apples. Place in prepared
pan, dot with butter.
RoHl topacrustsand Ilc et

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the slicing. When we first .
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lift the top crus~t around
edges and moisten bottom
crust with water. Fold top
crust over bottom crust and
ars ioete 1lt e h s
your fingers, or: press all
around with the tines o a
fork*
uUsmng sissors, cut slits or
tree branch with leaves in
the top crust. Brush crust
wvith, milk and sprinkle
generously with sugar. Do
not putt milk or sugar on the
Bae on a cookie sheet in
the lower third of a preheat-
ed d'25-degree owtn for 10
minutes. Lower tem era-
m~~turto350 degrees and
aplnebakmn for 30
wi~nuates, antil crust is
goldenp and f i~lhag i i bubbly,
To~ save the pie for future
use, pr~e~pare it but dPo not
sirt the crustf or brush with
milk.~ Freeze unh~aklaed. To
usek, thaw for three to five
houPcrsr on the colunrtertop or
overnighJ~t in the refrigerator,
Bake as directed. If pie is
still Ir evenr, simply bakae a
little longe~runtil hi htl!,

can triple the shakeri pie
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TAINS 1+ to 2 acre
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& Lake View. Starting at
$59,900. Guaranteed Fi-
nancing! Ask about Mini
Vacation. 3 days, 2
nights & Travel Allow-
ance. 1-866-550-5263
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAINS 2 acres, breath-
taking view. Building
tract, tall shade trees, riv-
er access, beautiful pris'
tine property. Serenity for
Only $49,900. Owner Fi-
nancing 1-330-699-1585
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INDIALANTIC 5br/3bal
2 car garage. 1 Block to
beach. Great location
close to downtown $1850 ~
/month. Call Intracoastal
Realty 321-255-1661
INDIALANTIC HOME
4BR/3BA with pool. Block
to the beach. Furnished
$1800. or Unfurnished
$1500/mo. 321-216-1884
MELBOURNE 31211
Enclosed porch, Large
fenced in yard, Updated
Kitchen. $925/month.
321-288-9775; 254-4457
MELBOURNE area 3/2
w/large yard, patio &
plenty of parking. AII
appis, new tile & paint.
Some pets welcome.
$965/mo 321-794-5333
MELBOURNE: Nice 3/1
hme ind p it area, la

yaar $17060 mo 75 deposit.




W/r~b H Tb i
Svc incl. Appt Only
321-432-9991/1591-1179
PALM BAY 3-br/2-ba
Move in today. $799/mo.
1st, last & security. 489
San Luis. Call Suzanne
386-801-3965
PALM BAY 312/2,Lg fam-
ily rm. 2yr old Mercedes
home,1800 s.f., $750/mo.
+1 mo. sec. 1499 Beming
Drive SE 772-321-5296
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
%ear=.::-,:-s. t2Tartm
Avail NROW Woodlake
RealtyInc. 321-723-8700

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PALM BAY NE 3BDRM
home in great nelghbor-
hood. Tile, all appliances,
fenced yard and porch,
$750/mo. 321-591-1831
PALM BAY NW, Emer-
son & Jupiter area, 3/2/2,
Lg. scrn porch, corner lot.
new tile & newer appf's..
city water, $975/mo., 1st
Ilast/sec. 321-223-8705


TEXAS LAND SALEll
Beautiful 20-acres, Near
Booming El Paso. Good
Road Access. Surveyed.
Only $15,900.
$200/down, $159/mo.
Money Back Guarantee.
No Credit Checks.
1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
TEXAS- 20 acres only
$13,500, -0- down $135
monthly. No credit check.
Roads surveyed. That's
only 1.5 cents per sq. ft.
Free information.
1-800-887-3006 www.
lonestarinvestments.com
WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,
p oet. Vi wsin cee s
Free color brochure.
Western Carolina Real
Estate Company, Inc.
Murphy, NC. www.
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1-800-924-2635
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NE TENNESSEE LAND NORTH CAROLINA SMOKY MOUNTAINS -
Several parcels available. Mountains Owner sells TENNESSEE
11acres surveyed mtn sell Slashed to $84,900. Near Gatlinburg. By own-
land, hardwoods, views, Easy to finish log cabin er: Beautiful homesites
on hwy 94. $2900/ac. on almost 4 acres. w/breathtaking views. '
terms 352-483-4546 Wooded with bold City water. Near every-
stream. 1-866-738-5522 thing. $19,900, $2985/dn
NORTH CAROLINA & $152/month. Lake ac-
MOUNTAINS PERRY FLORIDA- Love-cesrm400.
bas elfinish nwcrlo lyq 4BR, 2.5 Bah e2400 P~h osd8 ino:
$89,900. 2acre-5acre wa- approx. 2 acres in Perry, 1-865-621-0435cm
terfront homesites from FL located in Taylor
$99,900. Easy access County in Big Bend area SOUTH CAROLINA
mountain homesites of Northern Florida, about 4 Sale By Owner
$29,900-$89,900. 50 miles east of Talla- Beautiful ~building tract,
828-247-9966 (Codel9) hassee. Beautiful pool & nicely wooded. Buy Now,
NORH LOID LND patio area w/tall privacy BldLater. Near Lake
NORT FLOIDA AND fence, gazebo w/hot tub. Marion, $21,900. Low
1,955acs in Jefferon Co. Bg$229,000. Call (homej Doin. Owner financing
Timberland, mixed w/ 38-5-38& (el 1-803-505-2161
hardwood bottoms & cut- 386-208-2589 (fsbo) SU CRLN
over,Rerduuendt .dd00/ nt- SMOKY MOUNTAINS Bam~b gHCCoARt Aunt-
Southern Pine Planta- near Gattinburg TN. inglRecreation Tracts.
tion 352867-018 5 beautiful acres w/ ac- Near I-95. Secluded
cess to Douglas Lake & w/deer, turkey, hogs &
OWNER FINANCE N. breathtaking views of the timber. 42acres- 85acres-
Florida Land. Beautiful Smoky Mountains. City 120acres- 235acres-
area near springs & riv- water, city sewer, & close 500acres- 730acres, on
ers. 1.5 to 5 acre tracts, to everything. $58,000 fi- Little Salkahatchie River.
$1500 down with no nance avail, w/$8700 Below market~li
credit checks Call for free down. 1-865-621-0435 Call owner:
color brochure. Must see photos at www.1 803-826-6033
1-800-754-4531 GoLandWorks.com (Brokers Protected)


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INVESTMENT IS LANDI
GEORGIA 3 acre home-
sites. River access,
$6950/acre. 600 acres
developed property
wlRiverfront&. River Ac-
cess, $4700/acre.
Owner, 912-529-6198
TENNESSEE
Crossville Cumberland
Plateau. Low taxes!
Safer than the stock
market Wooded lots
and acreage. Owner fi-
nancing. Starting at
$5,000/ac. Plateau Prop-
erties, Inc.
www.plateauproperties.com
1-866-490-5263
TENNESSEE Crossville
small farm 35 acres.
Bring your livestock &
retire. Ponds & great
view. All utilities on
property. $8500 an acre.
931-788-3888

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MELBOURNE Excellent
nghbrh'd off US1 & Pkwy.
1 BR's starting $580.
GvtM iitar Di iont.
For info: 321-557-2211

MELBOURNE: Close to
Holmes Regional. Nice
area. lbr $550, 2br $700.
One month FREE!
47-9 9-702884 or


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1bdrm $735-$750; 2bdrm
$820-$835, 3bdrm $995.
Heated pool, valet trash,
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M LBOURNE (Hibiscus &
AroArt.Cl s2 57-5333

PALM BAY SE, spa nous

utla tile, nopets, w d
Sec.. NlP. 321-544-6140
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3/2 apts. A ply & Qualify
to receive. REE Rent to
Ja~nu 1, 2009. DON'T
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Restrictions Apply


TENNESSEE LAND
RUSHI 1+acre to acre
homesites, wood, views.
Starting at $59,900. Tenn
River & Nick-a-Jack view
tracts now available! Re-
tirement guide rates this
area #2 is U.S. places to
retire. Low cost of living
no impact fee. '
or s 55-563
Ask About Mini Vacation-
TENNESSEE MOUN.
TAIN Acreage Breathtak-
Ing Views, Streams, Cab-
in.Owner Financing,
Cali l-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN acreage. 2 acre
bauti~fulvimeie Mlud
utilities, overlooking Ten-
nessee River, close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-
pingi $49,900, low down
owner financing
1-330-699-1585
Affordable &L Effectie
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SUNTREE, spacious 3/2,
1st floor, unfurn., next to
playground, .incl. WID,
fridge, stove, dishwasher.
For complex overview
cypresscovecondos.com
Avail Dec. 1, $1075/ma.
Jeannie 321-474-1810
VERO BEACH ,Villa Mar
55+ Furnished 2-br/2-ba.
1st floor. Florida room,
An ual cllea e: $7 /

+ security 772-569-2354
.V RO SBhEosH- Idian
from beach. Corner 1st fl
3/2/1. Pool, pond, wildlife,
Walk to shops. Seasonal
or annual. $1800/mo
917-939-2705
VERO BEACH: Bright,
Spnny 1-br/1-bal car port

Wl os b ach t / k
631-664-5332



VERO BEACH: Move in
s ecialbr brw remod-
$575. Tile, New appl.
eRest. 7B- 13Parks
VERO BEACH: Vista
Gardens, 55+ 1/1.5 2nd
fl. Golf, Pool, Club house.
Cable incl. 1 month free.
No pets/ trucks. $575/mo
508-505-7425
VIERA, THE Lakes
3br/2ba, incl. water, basic
cable & alarm sys.
$9000/mo. rnt00 Aof fi
10/19. 321-271-9630


PALM BAY SE CBS
3br/2ba/2cg $790 & CBS
2br/1ba/1cg $600. No
pets. Call WD Webb Re-
alty 321-723-3311
PALM BAY SE, 3/2/1 car
gar., quiet area, washer/
dryer incl'd., LR & DR,,tile
throughout, small pet ok.
$850/mo + $850 deposit.
321-544-6652
PALM BAY SW, 3/2/2,
new carpet & paint. Up-
graded Appliances. No
neighbors. Near Bayside
H.S. $900/mo. & $1000
Security. 321-779-3935
PORT ST JOHN: 3/2/1
fenced yard, well water
$900/mo. Or 3/2/1 Sbpit
floor plan, nice yard, bg
trees, screened porch
$925/mo 321-431-1903

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$95m. 30 -6m8-1160ar.
TITUSVILLE 3/2/1 Big
house. Family roomwih
fireplace, very nice yard
wlth swing 94 t. $825/mo.
TITUSVILLE 3BR/2BA
fenced,socrns or, shed

nghbrhd. $895/mo. 954-
668-6940; 321-385-9777
TITUSVILLE 'townhomes
3br/2ba, 2 story $825/mo.
2br/2ba single story, WID
$700/mo. 321-268-2519
SpaceportRentals.com
TITUSVILLE: 3br/1.5ba i
w carplort, Lseni Sfurnih
W1alk to Searstown Mall.
$750/mo 321-684-3005



MERRITT ISL New town-
homes, 3/2.5/1cg 2,000sf
wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase $1300-
$1450/mo. 321-543-7677


EAU GALLIE 2/1/1 Cen-
tral heatlair. Dishwasher,
laundry hook-up, Ig en-
closed porch on
cul-de-sac. $675/mo.
321-724-2529; 652-5761


VERO BEACH vacation
home. Furnished 5-br
3-ba gated commn, pool-
Close to ocean & 95-
$1800/mo 305-992-3170


INDIALANTIC BEACH-
SIDE 2/2 condo, laundry
room, screened patio.
Near shopping & ocean.
Call 321-779-0982 Iv.msg
MELBOURNE 1/1 Nice
duplex, new paint, ceram-
ic tile, quiet street, Wick-
ham/ Aurora area $575/
incls. W/D, lawn, water,
trash, pest. 321-693-2784
Mu.BOrURNeE st AaC
Beach/river accesswt
/ a1m 32Nj- 14-36N3/s
MELBOURNE BEACH:
Furn Studio Suite, IncI
King & Full bed, PC, In-
ternet, Basic Elec, Utils.
$699/mo or $325/wk
321-725-4869




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EAU~ GALLIE Duplex
2BR/1BA. $600/mx,
1BR/1BA $500 + securi-
ty, water included. small
pets ok. 321-70J3-5776
MELBOURNE -
1/2 OFF 1st Month rent
Historic Eau Gallie Dis-
trict. 2BR/'1BAlcarport.
WID. Pet ok wlapproval.
$650/mo. 321-243-8115

SATELLITE BEACH
2br/1ba., No Credit
Check pets ok. 304
1as-a 3-Bl $795/mo.

SEBASTIAN- 2-BR/1-BA
1-cg. Close to schools.
Porch. Small pet OK.
$750/mo + security.
772-532-9771




INDIAN HARBOR Beach
1000 sq ft frontage on
Eau Gallie Blvd on beach
side. FREE rent until
entire plaza renovation is
complete. 321-794-5333
NORTH MELBOURNE:

2US501,s3f 4ePr vate Of
ces, Carpet $1500/mo
321-253-3379

OFFICEl WAREHOUSE
Grt SUNTREE location.
1200sf-3600sf. From
$900/mo. No CAM, im-
peccably maintained, pri-
vate bath. 321-259-0202





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GATLINBURG TENN
Book for the HolidaysI
Near Dollywood. Plan
your break now. 2 & 3 br
chalets with mountain
views, hot tubs, Jacuzzis,
game rooms. Pet
fenl.1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com
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WEST MIELBOURNE
cheap rent, possible in-
door flea market, storage
area, tempk ngry sales
308c6 t6n 6a27n lot avail.




MERRITT ISLAND: 1000
sqft, Beautifully Remod-
tidAvail rle nit 251595
(Across from Race Trac
$50/Nt.o rtn )ofree)soe
Sale 321-449-0848





TITUSVILLE MENTION
tAi yO T cet frron Freel

B auil view ofrCkae%
welcome. Call Miriam at
954-961-0500



SUNTREE: Office OR
.Warehous$45S~paces.OAs
Month FREEI Ask for
Wendy 321-242-4921
WEST MELBOURNE:
StOO s 2,400, a4,800o
1,00 qoft availal wit
offices or without offices.
A/C, ample parking, cor-
ner location. Starting at
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NORTH CAROLINA-
Winter in the MountainsI
Plan your holiday
memories today. Foscoe
Rentals 1-800-723-7341
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ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
'Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront vieddins 349
or1 Historic Distric ro
$29nite 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacation.com


MELBOURNE -share 3/2
fully furn private home
Lake Washin ton& Wick,
ham area $400/mo. +
1/2 utilities.321-610-0025
MELBOURNE: Female
seeking same to share
3br house, Close to BCC
$450/mo Incl all. No pets-
321-759-4877
PALM BAY NW new
tuopgraaded /h3. 1m Fe$3 e
first month, then $500/
mo, free utilities,. no pets/
smoking. 321-501-9227
PALM BAY Roommate

includes utilities.
321-759-2414
TITUSVILLE share 3/2/2
rloe to 50, 1- ca Nice

F30/u n u / Bk utiliti s

W. MELBOURNE pool
home w/prvt.Br/Ba. Close
to beach & shopping. Full
house privileges. $450
incl. util. 321-327-5133


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TRAILERS- OPEN flat
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long, heavy duty. Very
good con ition. $1500
each or best offer.
772-633-5265


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cyr, 5 sp, CD, very clean,
single cab. Cold A/C
$2900 321-412-2737

TOYOTA TUNDRA 2000
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$5700 321-431-7887



ON the ROAD TRAILER
18' diamond steel deck.
angled for easy loading.
Front air dam, load level-
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17' BOWRIDER- almost
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Like brand new, 10 hrs,
$11,000 321-632-5795
27' CHRISCRAFT 1987
Kept in Excellent Condi-
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Reduced from $12,0001
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