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Accreditation team
invites public


A team of assessors from
the Commission for Florida
Law Enforcement Accredi-
tation will arrive Dec. 3 to
examine all aspects of the
Brevard County Sheriff's
Office policies and proce-
dures, management, opera-
tions and support services,
said Sheriff Jack Parker.
The Brevard County Sher-
iff's Office must comply
with approximately 250
standards in order to
receive accredited status.
. As part of the on-site
assessment, agency mem-
bers and the general public
are invited to offer com-
ments to the assessment
SeeBRIEF, A2


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
ThiS Simulated shuttle crew rescue took place at the Space and Air show at Kennedy Space Center. The rescue simu-
lation was performed by the 920th Rescue Wing out of Patrick Air Force Base. The 'victim' was Staff Sgt. Kameron
Travis of Melbourne. Her regular job with the 920th is as a parachute rigger. Performing the rescue are Pararescue-
men Senior Master Sgt. Mike Ziegler of Melbourne and Technical Sgt. Wes Hufnagel of Melbourne.


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who won a seat with 4,133
votes, Stephany Eley, who
won with 3,841 votes and
newcomer Pat Bentley, with
4,088 votes.
The city's charter pro-
hibits the installation of
new members to the board
when the vote has not been
certified, according to city
clerk Nancy Ciummo. *
As many as 400 provi-
sional absentee ballots
from the regions of Mel-
bourne and West Mel-
bourne had not been veri-
fled as of Nov. 6 said
Supervisor of Elections
Herbert Childress Jr. .
The result of the vote like-
ly "will not change" he said,
since the total contributing
to the West Melbourne vote
will be less than that need-
ed for Damian Wilson, who
lost to Ms. Eley by.271


votes, to turn the result.
Mr. Wilson had spent a
number of hours cam-
.paigning in the rain at the
intersection of Hollywood
Boulevard and Henry
Avenue in order to under-
score a drainage issue to the
residents.
However, Mr. Bentley was
afforded the opportunity to
sit in on discussions with
the council during the Nov.
6 regular meeting.
Mr. Bentley, a 25-year
manager with Harris Corp.
in Palm Bay, had input on.
two major issues with the
city: the city manager's con-
tract and West Melbourne's
ongoing legal dispute 'over
water with the Harbor City
to the east.
City Manager David Rey-
nal on Oct. 23, issued a let-
ter to the council stating his


intent 4Lt~ f~; d
to resign at the end
of his contract in August.
Mr. Bentley agreed with
council members without
voting, to bring in a talent
hunter firm on Nov. 18 to
make a presentation. Talent
head-hunter Colin Baen-
zinger, had been used by
the city to recruit and hire
the current city attorney
James Wilson.
Mr. Baenzinger will be


con -
tacted to make a
presentation before the
council on N~ov. 18, on find-
ing a city manager to work
with Mr. Reynal until the
management contract
expires.
But Mr. Bentley said he
will not support ousting Mr.
Reynal before that date.
See COUNCIL, A5


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aren't any," Ms. Shoemaker
said.
Many signs on county
roads will sit there and
simply unhinge in the
wind and rain, waiting for
crews from, the county's
road and bridge depart-
ment to come and get
them,
In the cities, there are
rules requiring candidates
to come and remove them
between one and two
weeks after the vote, Ms.
Shoemaker said.
Some, goa ed by the
desire to save money on
the next race, will comply.
Some, who have given up
the quest, will not.
The city of Melbourne
even has a $150 bond paid

See SIGNS, A4 .


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com

They are mute pennants
to the bygone hyrpe and
frenzy.
Like lingering, sober
reminders from a mis-
spent evening, Isomehow
cheapened and sullied by
the issue decided; did we
really care this much?
And what to do now with
these shabby party favors?
"You can't see the forest
for the s gs," said Pam
Shoemaker, 'recycling
coordinator for Brevard
County.
Did you know there are
no specific rules in unin-
corporated Brevard as to
precisely when the signs
must be taken down?
"As far as I know there


City manager David Rey-
nal said he is contacting
prospective talent firs to
compete for a, contract to
secure the employee who
will fillhis shoes.
Mr. Reynal said the coun-
cil will hear those presenta-
tions alongside that of Colin
Baenzinger, who was suc-
~cessful in recruiting current
city attorney James Wilson.
The competitors are
expected to appear before
city council at their regular
meetingNov. 18.
.Mr. D'Amico said he:
would consider Mrs. Voltz
but "I'm leaning toward get-
ting someone~ fro~m the out-
side."
"I don't know what the
other council members
think, but that's where I'm
cormng from," Mlr. D'Amico
said.


By David Kearns ,
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE-
With a few days until the end
of her term as District 3
County Commissioner
Helen Voltz said she is seek-
Sing the position of city man-
ager for West Melbourne.
Mrs. Voltz said she sent an
e-mail to Deputy. yayor
John D'Amico in Oc ober
expressing her desire to take
over the ~city's top manage-
Inentposition,
"I told them I was interest-
ed," Mrs. Voltz said Nov. 10.
Mrs. Voltz did not wish to
comment "at this time," as to
what prompts her to seek
the job nor her specific qual-
ifications for it.
Mrs. Voltz, a registered
nurse, and a six-year resi-
dent of the city, said she


would be glad to take over in
an interim capacity if< cur-
rent city manager David
Reynal leaves his position
early.
Mr. Reynal's contract
expires in August. He has
notified city council he will
not seek a new contract.
Mrs. Voltz is a 30-year resi-
dent of Brevard County and
an active member of the
Republican party.
She has seared on the
Palm Bay city council. She
was the campaign director
for U.S. Congressman Dave
Weldon, and also served on
the Brevard County Com-
mission for District Five and
now District Three.
This year, she' ran unsuc-
cessfully for ~the officee of
property appraiser against
James Ford, losing in the pri-
maries.


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Member takes seat on council,


but can't vote at Mirst meeting


Harris engineer
urges peace
With Melbourne
'OVef Water
By David Kearns
dk~earns@homett~wnnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE -
The city's newest council-
man urges peace with Mel-
bourne, and says he will not
vote to terminate the city
manager's contract early.
SThe race was close
enough that the supervisor
Sof elections couldn't imme-
diately certify the vote.
On Thursday, Nov. 6, the
West Melbourne City Coun-
cil faced a dilemma in
installing new members to
the board, including
incumbents Bill Mettrick,


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"You would think public
officials would be more
amenable to this,." he
said.
With the economy get-
ting worse there is more
need for the services
offered by Daily Bread,
Mr. Kantz said.
The two have seen not
just the homeless
app ro aching them for
services, but single moth-
ers with small children as
well.
The clientele now cross-
es all segments of society
from the transient pass--
ing through, to the out-
of-work, laid-off engineer,
Mr. Farrell said.
Yet all is not lost, Mr.
Kantz said.
"I think there are some
of them still sitting on the
fence," he said of the
board members.
"Some of (the staff
members of the airport
and the city) are behind
this since they came to us
with it in the first place,"
Mr. Kantz said.



Brief
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Economic
Development
Commission awards


Earh erenis ear, e Eco-
nomic Development Com-
mission of Florida's Space
Coast was awarded fund-
an from the Florida Intr
Development Cooperative
Program Goaunt. he egrantl's
ing Brevard County's
export capacity and
mecreasmng the number of
companies interested in
relocating or expanding to
Brevard County. A key tool
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trade opportunities on the
Space Coast is the ability
to provide mini-grants to
lo cal comp anies interested
in securing new foreign
business principally in
aerospace, aviation,
defense, manufacturing
and high-tech industries.
The EDC offered two
types of grants to local
small to mid-size manu-
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companies, the Interna-
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reimburses qualified com-
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qualified companies tray-
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shows.
Grant recipients include:
Airon Corporation of Mel-
bourne; Symetrics Indus-
tries of Melbourne; Com-
plete Inspection Systems
of Indialantic; Shapes
Aerospace International of
Palm Bay; LRM Industries
of Rockledge; TACM III of


Palm Bay; KingFisher Steel
LLC of Rockledge; and
LRM Industries,
For more information on
the EDC, call (321) 638-
2000 or visit www.space-
coastedc.org.

Compiled by
Jennifer Nessmith


Friday, November 14, 2008


A2 *Melbourne


Hometown News


value, charity or otherwise.
Likewise, board member
William Potter also
seemed reluctant to lease
to a charity.
"That's not our busi-
ness," Mr. Potter said.
Daily Bread director
John Farrell said the chari-
ty would rather purchase
the land *outright rather
than lease.
The current Daily Bread
facility located off of Fee
Avenue in downtown Mel-
bourne has come under
fire from local residents
and businesses as an
attractive nuisance to the
downtown area.
Mr. Farrell said it can
only seat 18 diners at a
time. The aging building,
which had been a biker bar
at the time Daily Bread
acquired it, also is in con-
stant need of repair. He
said the neighbor com-
plaints made this move the
best choice.


The new site would give
them enough space to pro-
vide a dining hall to seat 46
guests, restrooms and
showers, according to a
site plan.
"It's not the most desir-
able site for this. We are
where the poor are now,"
Mr. Farrell said.
"But if we can do some-
thing to help out the city
we're all for it."
Melbourne Mayor Harry
Goode took Farrell and the
charity's board of directors
president, Paul Kantz, on a
tour of other sites. This
seemed to be the best, Mr.
Farrell said. .
"This is the first time the
city of Melbourne has got-
ten behind anything to do
with us," Mr. Farrell said.
After the meeting Mr.
Farrell said he could sense
that some members of the
airport board were not too
excited about the propos-
al, initially at least.


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treatment plant.
Failing those two
options, the directors of
the Melbourne cause,
which gives meals to the
homeless, would like to
see the site leased to them
at an attractive rate.
The board directed staff
to approach the Federal
Aviation Administration
for advice on the proposal.
"There is no precedent
for this," said Melbourne
Airport executive director
Richard Ennis of a pro-
posed direct lease.
WVhile the city has
entered into agreements to
l6RSe and sell lands to
other entities in the area,
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kitchens or other charities.
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comes from, and about hrer
time spent li~i in in the
British~irtest 1 .1hereer

precisely, sheP hFI aslt c ~Omfom,
diminutive, 'lovely and
noble' Lisa Le~ue, 4~7, a for-
mer opera singsl~ of West ~
Melbourne, native of Canna
da, resident of thle Ilinitish
West Indies before coming to
this c~ounlrv:t lry o tender age
of 19, has appointed herself
the Diva~f of L~aw Enforce-
ment."
Her mission is to spread
the word; without the brave
men and women police offi-
cers worldwide; society can
neat exist'
"They have to know they
are wanted, needed, trusted
and res ected," she said.
The Diva radio call si n
'Angl 1,' was providing a
tour of her various awards
given to her by law enforce-
ment agencies,
They are on ds~poa a h
on Apollo Boulevard
"The American people
have a responsibility to make
sure they honor them," she
said."Without them, there
would be no peace, no
democracy, no civilization.
dis~mies aery betile ,Tcttod a
manners as a sales ploy for
the business she represents,
along with associates John
Rivera and his wife, Sharon,
who10also run private detec-
tive agency~ out of the store*
That is until one looks at
the wall, cov~Ered with pic
turets, proclamations and
words of encouragement
from heads of state, thanking
her for her work.
i here are .porcelain fig-
urines, coffee mugs; there
are posters, other assorted
knlick-knacks about law
enforcement, which she has
collected from agencies hith-
er and yon.


the tea, and as they took
their medallions crafted for
the occasion, Chief Locke
became "Field Marshall
Rommel," because of his
stoic and regal bearing. Mr.
Rose became "The Bergen-
meister of Berlin," and Mr.
Reynal became, "The Man-
assas Mauler."
The Diva went on to say
she thought about calling
Mr. Reynal "Rembrandt,"
owing to his "love for the
canvass," because she had
heard he had been an ama-
teur boxer in his younger
years.
If hehad been boxer, Mr.
Reynal wasn't admitting to
"I honestly don't know
where that came from," Mr.
Reynal said, adding,"Her
deep respect and apprecia-
tion for law enforcement is
commendable."
"I always refer to them as
'lovely and noble' because it
is the highest honor and
compliment, and that's just
what they are," she said.
Part of her collection can
be seen at American Spy
Connection, located at 749
South Apollo Blvd. in Mel-
bourne.
For rnore information, call
(3231 33-09412.


"The day I met her, it was
all in her apartment," said
Mr. Rivera. "In all my years, I
have never seen anything
like this."
The display runs the wall
of the front room o~f the store,
continues down the hall into
the kitchenette, and into Mr.
Rivera's private office.
She has 457 plaques, 69
proclamations and 36
medals given to her from
agencies from as diverse as
the U.S. Coast Guard to the
Mexican Federales.
Uistening to the Diva, you
will hear a story of visiting
1,581 different law enforce-
ment agencies since starting
this quest in 1981, traipsing
across 33 counties, and sev-
eral countries, just to spread
the message to police offi-
cers everywhere that some-
one loves them, understands
them and wants them to be
equipped with the best, most
protective gear available sur-
rounded by a public that
honors them.
Every day a police officer
or a deputy goes out to do his
or her job, they take' their life
in their hands for us. And the
Diva never wants us to forget
July 6, 2001, a few short
hours before Harold Ray


Presley, Lee County, Miss.
sheriff strapped on his gun
and badge for duty, he
signed another proclama-
tion for the Diva, honoring
her.
By the ~end of the day, the
sheriff had died of gunshot
wounds while attempting to
apprehend a kidnapper,
Sheriff Presley's signature
is a solemn reminder.
The completion of upcom-
ing tours with the West Mel-
bourne police will mark the
3,000th time she has shared
the risk of ridirig on patrol
with law enforcement.
Her Victorian-styled tea
ceremonies, because polic-,
ing, she says, was at its most
dignified, and earned the
highest respect during the
Victorian era, before chiefs of
police, sheriffs, judges are
brief, cordial, and laced with
a bit of humor.
"This is a moment that is
serious. But it also is a time
for them to be lighthearted
and she brings that to the
ceremony," Mr. Rivera said.
At her tea ceremony on
Oct. 23, the Diva honored
West Melbourne Mayor Hal
Rose, Police Chief Brian
Locke, and City Manager
David Reynal. - ;
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trator, Dan Porsi.
A $5 charge is applied to the
account for every sign found
in place, five days after the
ele et some candidates
who feel the city can use that
money, but, in the end, the
city still ends up losing," he
said-
tOne tallie r e tos ofg
ondthe hunthfe roem, he sal ,
cover the cost. The same is
es eciallym te form cis like

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signs, said Mr. Porsi. But with
all the amendments and their
banners in the roadway, with
all the' city council hopefuls,
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mess seems worse.
And when the offending

pinsd tlee emrhfra Ion eas7
125 years without the first hint
of decomposition, said Mike
Hazlett, West Melbourne city
councilman, and owner of a
Palm Bay recycling business,
American Recycled Plastic
Inc.
dow s jst is tee, 'Mr
Hazlett said.
And every four years into
the future, the shear tonnage
of plastic from this year's signs
is ddel to, whereas, ifm-
would make room for stuff
that could actually rot like

eoH azltt, won gin con
Beautiful oandb theM cou t'
cycling ofchsdcd
to break this nasty cycle an
take on the campaign signs
Well, the plastic mn them, any-
way. .
Bring the plastic to Ameri
can Recycling and get a big
hearty 'thank you' from Mr.


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
priof 10 the election, the signs pictured were at the inter-
section of New Haven and Strawbridge Avenues.


make a picnic table.
Now Mr. Hazlett wants to
ne oo may"bma-

Council" signs, or "Ed Geier
for County. Commission'
signs, for that matter, can be
turned into HDPE No.2, and
then into park benches.
So that where there was dis-
unity before, there will be a
sort of melding of interests for
the common good after, and a
nice place to sit.
"If you can't tell already, I
am really excited about this,"
said Ms. Shoemaker.
For more information con-
-tact, or haul your plastic signs
to, Keep Brevard Beautiful,
located at 1620 Adamson
Road. Cocoa, (321)631-0501.
Or in the south county, call
(321) 674-1525, or bring the
plastic from the signs to
Amenican Recycled Plastic,
1500 Main Street, Palm Bay.


Hazlett, and Brevard County,
because he can turn it into

bnh or a lacuni tabae, fok
"We f >und that the plastic
in the campaign signs is
exactly like a milk jug," Mr.
Hazlett said; that substance
being high-density, poly-eth-
ylene No. 2.
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jugs to make a bench, and
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No. 3024, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 2 with tres-
passing on a legally posted
construction site.
*Peter Howard Beecroft,
48, of 2322 Stone St., No. 4,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 3 with aggravated
assault.
*Mikeia Allense John-
son, 27, of 810 Cedar Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 3 as a habitual traffic
offender driviing on a sus-
pended, license, posses-
sion of cocaine with intent
to sell and possession of
cocaine.
*Brandon Scott McNally,
20, of 2160 Grand Teton
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 3 with viola-
tion of community control'
possession of cannabis
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
*Steven Spencer Biest,
50, of 1311 Bridgewater
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 4 with on-site
violation of probation/vio-
lation of community con-
trol and as a habitual traf-
fic offender.
*Hugo Enrique Medina,
30, of 2512 Post Road, Mel
bourne, was charged Nov.
5 with felony battery-
domestic violence-second
subsequent offense.
*Christopher Anthony
English, 27, of 2254 Henry
St., Palm Bay, was charged
Nov. 6 as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license and with
possession of cocaine.
*Michael James
Oefelein, 24, of 901 Sere-


nade St. N.W., Palm Bay,
was charged Nov. 6 with
grand theft auto and crimi-
nal mischief.

West Melbourne

Police Department

*Shirley Maranda-Juani-
ta Johnson, 26, of 65 E.
Court St., No. 3, West Me'-
bourne, was charged Oct.
31 with battery-dortiestic
violence, possession of a
controlled substance and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
arvis Rashon Johnson,
21, of 7716 Greenboro
Drive, No. 6, West Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
2 with sexual battery, bat-
teryd-omestic vio ence
land assau t-omes ic vio-
lence. h
*Shane Forest Jo ns, 39,
of 220 Lee Road, West Me -
bourne, was charged Nov.
3 with aggravated assault-
domestic violence and car-
rymng a concealed weapon.
*Charles Melvin Daniel,
35, of 2100 Woodlake
Drive, No. 202, Palm Bay,
was charged Nov. 4 with
driving while license sus-
pended, possession, of
more than 20 grams of
cannabis, possession of
cannabis and two counts
of possession of drug para-
~phernalia.
*Scott Alan Kish, 42, of
564 West Ford Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
5 with trafficking stolen
property.


Editor's note: This is a
List of arrests, not convic-
tions, and all arrestees are
presumed innocent unless
or until proven guilty in a
court of law.

SMelbourne Police

Department

Boris Antione Codie,
33, of 1376 Ramblebrook
St., Malabar, was charged
Nov. 1 with driving while
license suspended, driving
under thie influence and
possession of cocaine.
*Loy McGill, 46, of 1548
Lime Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Nov. I with
domestic battery by stran-
gulation and battery.
*Cecil Lamon West, 44,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 1 with pos-
session of cocaine, posses:
sion of cannabis, trespass
after warning and two
counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
*Charles B. Derwent, 20,
of 3522 Da Vinci Way, No.
3024, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 2 with tres-
passmng on school
grounds, possession of
cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia, resist-
ing arrest without violence
and possession of an alco-
holic beverage by a person
younger than 21.
*Gregory W. Frye, 22, of
501 Edgewater Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov
2 with child neglect.
*Michael L. Mathews,
20, of 3522 Da Vinci way


failure to appear and fail-
ure to appear-traffic.
*Travis Edward Bagley,
21,. of 3355 Holly Springsl
Road, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 4 with viola-
tion of probation.
Charles Monte Ch~ap-
pell, 700 E. Fee Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
5 with violation of proba-
tion.
*Douglas Kent Eichler,
31, address unknown, was
charged Nov. 5 with viola-
tionr of probation.
*William Bradley Gable,
28, address unknown, was
cha ged Nov. 5 with viola-
tion of probation.
*Bernard Cedric Hardy,
43, of 2860 Colbert Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 5 with felony con-
tempt of court.
Katie Lee Kmight, 24, of
798 Orange St., Melbourne,
was charged Nov. 5 with
violation of probation.
Michael Tolivert, 34, of
2930 Lawrence Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
5 with two counts of felony
failure to appear.


possession of drug para-
phernalia and three counts
of on-site violation of pro-
bation/violation of com-
munity control.
*David Michael Urezzio,
20, of 2251 Hampton
Green Blvd., M~elbourne,
was charged Nov. 2 with
violation of probation.
*Dexter Lafredick Walk-
er, 31, of 325 E. University
Blvd., No. 23, Melbourne,
was charged Nov. 2 with
violation of probation.
ohn Arthur Kickery, 23,
of 423 Cronin Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
3 with two counts of viola-
tion of community control.
*Kevin E. Picher, 44, of
1140 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 3 with possession of
cocaine.
*Chelsea Dawn Stern-
berg, 19, of 1705 Old Glory
Blvd.,. Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 3 with failure
to redeliver hired/1eased
personal property. -
*Christopher Darryl
Whitfield, 22, of 1780
Steele St., Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 3 with felony


Some are longtime friends,
some are coworkers who
know of his management
style.
"It's nice to'llave that sup-
port," he said.
But in the end it's anyone's
guess as to what strategy


wins a city council race.
"Do you go door to door?
Do you stand with a sign and
wave? Who really knows
what works and why?" he
said.
In the end, it might have
been all of the above, he said.


Counc. water prompted Mr. Bentley
COUR Cl|to urge cooperation with the
city of Melbourne.
Frorn page AI~ "l don't know why after 55
"That should have been years everything was fine
done with. the old council," (with Melbourne) then in the
he said- last two years, there's this
Later discussions on dysfunctional relationship,"


Mr. Bentley said.
"Let's fix it with Mel-
bourne," he said, urging that
West Melbourne look to their
namesake neighbor for
water in the near-term.
As for what got him elect-
ed, Mr. Bentley said the Har-


ris factor, in that many of his
neighbors know of him from
work, may have been a factor
in pulling out the second
highest total vote.
"People keep coming up to
me at work telling me they
voted for me," he said.


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controlled substance and
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into jail.
Andrew Mitchell Pow-
ers, 47, of 2283 Canterbury
Lane, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 31 with viola-
tion of probation.
*Danny Charles Wheel-
er, 53, address unknown,
was charged Oct. 31 with
scheming to defraud and
obtain property.
*Carlos Javier Hernan-
dez, 29, of 2410 Firefall
Lane, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. I wvith driv-
Sing under the influence
and possession of cocaine.
*Barbara June Sparks,
28, of 1029 Lincoln St., No.
101, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 2 with resist-
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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checkeed for
accuracy.


Good luck, chief

I just got finished reading the article (Sept. 26) "West Mel-
bourne's golden anniversary."
I raised my children in that charming "sleepy little resi-
dential farm town." What a joy it was not worrying about
them walking to school or to football practice, from flag, on
up to seniors. With people caring about one another. My
question is: is (Police) Chief Brian Lock really proud of what
West by God Melbourne has become? Has he not
patrolled his own streets? Every third house is used for
making, selling and using drugs. Prostitutes of all ages are
on his (street) corners. It appears you encourage and spon-
sor this behavior or have you just not (driven) up and down
these streets with your eyes open? My family, with an empty
heart, has since moved. We found another "sleepy little
town" (in which) to raise our granddaughter, without the
hustle audibustle of "the big time drug city," where the offi-
cers still serve and protect.
Good luck to yo~u, Chief Lock and your "improved" little
city.
Editor's note: ChiefLock was asked to respond to this rant.
His reply follows:
"Thank you for the "good luck" wishes for the future of
West Melbourne, even though I, personally, don't believe in
luck, as I prefer to believe in a higher authority, the law
abiding and community-minded residents of West Mel-
bourne (who) are willing to get involved, and our dedicated
men and women (who)~ are honored to serve and protect
this community.
I was surprised to read the "rantor" state that every third
house in West Melbourne has illegal drug activity. While
tremendous growth usually includes additional undesir-
able consequences, including crime, according to the U.S.
Department of Justice Bureau of Statistics, as well as our
local records, West Melbourne's' crime rate per capital does
not indicate that illegal activities are greater than other
areas i- the area. In fact, our drug and violent crime rates
are less than, many other commuqitries. We have taken a
very proactive approach to illegal drug activity and prosti-
tution by dedicating a full time officer to the Brevard Coun-
ty Drug Task Force, which provides outstanding investiga-
tive resources and results to our community.
I can also speak from authority, from a personal perspec-
tive, as I also had the privilege of growing up here in West
Melbourne. I rode my bicycle down Wickham Road and
across New Haven Avenue to the old Meadowlane School<
when Iwas six years old, played football at Rodes Park, and
my sons have played football there as well. And, oh by the
way, the families involved with sports at Rodes Park still
care about one another, just stop by and see for yourself.
You won't find a more caring and concerned group of par-
ents ort the planet. Certainly ~Ze have challenges today
related to the growth of our community and will have more
in the future; however, I prefer to be an optimist and a
"ravor," as I believe that West Melbourne is, and will remain,
a great community."

'Kudos to all

I would like to Rave about a couple of issues. First, I read
about the doctors who saved a man's life who had cancer of
the larynx. They waived ~the treatment cost, gave him radia-
tion and chemotherapy. He was to live only six months and
thanks to these two doctors, Dr. Daniel Cuscela and Dr.
Wasfi Makar, this man will live. Amazing howv money will let
you die if you don't have it. This man was so fortunate to
come upon these two angels.
Another issue is "kudos to Germany." Germany has abol~
ished the traditional fox hunt. Now a scented trail is estab-
lished and the dogs go by the scent only. No live fox at the
Other end to die a miserable death by being torn apart by
hunting dogs. This may put a damper on the hunters (who)
can't see this horrendous death, but oh well, let them be on
the receiving end and see how they like it. Again, kudos to
Germany. I hope it rubs off on any other country that prac-
tices cruelty to animals for self-enjoyment.

Use the signs

I live in Titusville and I want to rant about money that was
spent on the new traffic signs that alert you if a bridge is out.
When the bridge went out, those signs were not utilized. If





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we paid that kind of money for those signs, they should be
used.
Editor's note: Jim Herron, director of public works for the
city ofTitusville, responded to this rantas follows: "In review
of the received "Rant and Rave," I am surmising the bridge
outage signage in question is in reference to the Florida
Department of Transportation "Trail Blazer" message
boards located in strategic positions throughout the city
and state for the primary purpose of emergency evacua-
tions during hurricane storm events. -
I personally spoke to Mr. Scott Brown of the Brevard
County Road and Bridge Division, who advised that the
unexpected closing of the A. Max Brewer causeway bridge
over the weekend several weeks previously due to mechani-
cal difficulties was in fact' posted on the Trail Blazer message
board the Monday morning following the bridge outage (as
afforded through timely communications with the FDOT
for the FDOT controlled message board.)
The specific location for the Trail Blazer bridge outage
posting was on Garden Street at the U.S. I intersection for
eastbound traffic.
I hope this information clarifies the efforts made by local
agencies to notify the Public regarding the unexpected,
emergency closing of the A. Max Brewer bridge."

RantS are old news

By the time your published "rants" hit driveways, they're
yesterday's news. People complaining about $3.60 gas
prices when prices are already dipping below $3. (Sen. John)
McCain suspending his campaign tq work on the bailout is
'61d news. Come on, don't waste your pnrin space or the
reader's time with water that has already traveled way down
stream.
Editor's note: Due to the volume of submissiohs to the
Rants & Raves columns, the allotted space allows a limited
number to be included each week. Despite the fact that con-
tributors are limited to one rant per week, submissionS are
voided due to libelous content and timeliness and no con-
sumer issues are addressed, qualified Rants & Raves still far
exceed the allotted space. Accordingly, they are printed in -the
order they are received.

SGo figure

This stock market sell-off is largely caused by irrational
panic selling. The current investment philosophy seems to
be sell low, buy high and die poor. Now is probably a lifetime
opportunity to sell iow. Go figure.

Mold is a problem

I read with interest the article about Satellite High award
winners in the Fine Arts Academy. You might be interested
in knowing that the Fine Arts Academy may no longer have
a home because after Tropical Storm Fay, the orchestra pit
was flooded and the situation has not been attended to.
There is mold growing in the orchestra pit. The pit can't be
raised. The grand piano will be ruined. The seats in the front
of the auditorium and the carpet are wet and moldy. The
area is used daily by the Fine Arts Academy and also by the
public on a regular basis. The mold is most likely making
people sick. The auditorium may no longer be used if noth-
ing is done.
Editor's note: Wes Sumner, communication director for
Brevard Public Schools, responded as follows:
"Satellite High School's auditorium suffered water intru-
sion from Tropical Storm Fay and rainfall during subse-
quent weeks. Health officials as well as district facilities offi-
cials have inspected the area and found no mold or mildew
in the theater. Dehumidifiers were ordered to keep the audi-
torium dry. Temporary repairs have been made to the
orchestra pit, with additional repair work by an outside ven-
dor. expected in November. The auditorium remains usable,
and school and district administrators are continuing to
address the situation."

Responding to 'W~ise up'

Why does the writer of "Wise up" believe that socialized
medicine is a government handout? It's apparent that the
writer holds a good-paying job with medical benefits and
does not know how it feels to be unable to see a doctor
when sick, or is capable of feeling a little bad when a person
is unable to afford to see a doctor.
People are not asking for a handout. They are asking for
health care that is reasonable. Very few companies offer
health insurance. Some people work two jobs to be able to
make ends meet and still cannot afford a health policy.
Socialized medicine is paid from the taxes and certainly is
not a handout. Many Americans cross over to Canada to
receive medical care from Canada's socialized medical care.
The writer needs to ask why the medical insurance is so
high. We who are fortunate enough to have a health policy


end up paying for the people who cannot.
Veat does the writer think Medicare is? Is this a form
of socialized medicine?
No one in this country should be denied health care
simply because they do not have the money. The health
care system in this country is something that the govern-
ment should be ashamed of.
The insurance companies run the health care in this
country and that means it is all about how much money
they can make off of sick human beings.

Ca COO is history

I have been following the Caylee Anthony story from
inception. Beside all the news media and "hunters," etc.,
coming out of the woodwork since day ope, I hear news
reports that the "renowned" search party will get under
way again. They expect 4,000 volunteers.
SWhy not use dogs? Aren't they more trained to sniff out
"life" or "death" without having to use sticks to look
under bushes? Or would that cost "someone" to use the
dogs? And the use of volunteers with sticks or dogs
,hc" wuldhr ~ab e Jatb o f t mhugt tswu
help
unfortunately, the Anthonys, have losenw~9~ct;~ and we
havre to have some compassion for them. Cindy and
George already lost, but cannot admit, publicly, (that
they lost) their granddaughter. Now, they are fighting for
their daughter, no matter how demented she is. Caycee is
history. It's only a matter of time. In my opinion, of
course.

All about sports

As you flip from channel to channel any weekend in
October, November, December and January you see
sports, sports and more sports. Then there are thousands
of sporting events across the nation not televised.
Wow, 33 televised on Saturday. Just count them. I esti-
mate (more than) 3 million {people) will attend, buy food
and travel miles to the game enough spent to bail out a
bank.
Most are lighted events and a company that is- in that
business said the average cost is (more than) $2,000 for a
high school game on Friday night.
The cost of a World Series upper stadium ticket is $100
os an blt tandio$50 tiorka child youngerr than) 12. Below

lions seasmucbht nt t or cost everyone just $5 because of Mr. Obama's re-distribu-
tion of wealth. He will take those big salaries and give
them to people that pay no. income taxes so they can
attend.
And another thing:
I would be ashamed t~o call myself an American if I were
on the San Diego Chargers or the New Orleans Saints play-
ing a football game in London, England, Sunday, Oct. 26.
While our National Anthem was being sung, the camera
panned the players. I did not see one player standing up
straight with his hand over his heart. Some were chomping
on gum and looking all around.
When "God Save the King" was -performed, you could
feel the pride.

FOfeigH cafS made in America

There have been recent writings (in the Rants & Raves
section) in support of buying cars from foreign companies
because they are made in America. This (is) in contrast to
buying from American companies. Yes, it is true that (for-
eign) assembly plants here create jobs, but let's not forget
that at the end of the process, the bag of profit money goes
to Japan.
(Here are) some facts that have motivated these compa-
nies to build cars here: President (Ronald) Reagan added
an import tax, years ago, on these cars coming off ships to
level the playing field for Amenica. That is why
Honda, Toyota, Nissan and others built plants here to
assemble these cars to avoid paying that tax. The
Acura (by Honda), the Maxima (by Nissan), and Lexus (by
Toyota) are still made in Japan. They pay the tax when
unloaded from the ship, adding to the cost of these already
expensive cars. Thus, a bigger bag of money going over to
Japan.
Anybody hear about a financial crisis here lately?
Yes, at one time, there was a quality issue, really old
news now and a worn out excuse. Detroit has made huge
strides in quality and the Japanese cars have (increased)
prices now. (They) are no longer "cheap cars" like the~y
were once.
At the risk of sounding "old school," I think it is time to
consid er strongly "buying American."
I do and will continue.


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Analyst Carol Garrett, RN,
CEN, and Chief Nursing
Officer Bonnie Rudolph,
RN, were the only Brevard
County recipients of the
awards.
For information, call (321)
434-4359.

Thomas appointed
Melbourne City Council
Member John Thomas was
recently appointed to the
Florida League of Cities
Energy and Environmental
Quality Legislative Policy
Committee by league presi-
dent Carmine Priore.
Mr. Thomas also is chair-
man and currently serves on
Brevard County's Space
Coast League of Cities Ener-
gy Efficiency Action Coali-
tion.

Agency receiveS
honored approval

Voyage Healthcare, a lead-
ing provider of healthcare
staffing services,
announced that is has
received the Gold Seal
Approval from The Joint
Commission on Accredita-
tion of Healthcare Organiza-
tions.
The review is designed to
provide a complete evalua-
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staffing firm's commitment
to a higher standard of senrv-
ices.
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visit www.voyagestaff. com.

Ph sicianS
move practice
First Care Family Physi-
cians recently relocated to
1051 Eber Blvd., Suite 101,
Melbourne. Husband and
wife team, Drs. Eduardo
Nevarez and Myredsi Soto,
opened First Care Family
Physicians in March 2007
after relocating from Puerto
Rico.
Both physicians are
undergraduates of the Uni-


versity of Puerto Rico, hold-
ing bachelor degrees in biol-
ogy. Subsequently, they both
attained medical degrees
from the Universidad Cen-
tral Del Caribe in Bayamon,
Puerto Rico, before moymrg
.to the mainland in 2004 to
begmn residency at Pennsyl-
vania State in Hershey.
For information, or to
make an appointment, call
(321) 723-1074. .

Airport police
rci h nors

The Melbourne Airport
Police Department was
recently honored as one of
the Inst in the Fstate,
accor ing to the Fori a
Department of Trans-
portation. Members of the
department recently
accepted a third place
award in the Chief's Chal-
lenge, a statewide compe-
tition that compares
department's traffic safety
initiatives during the past
year.
As part of the award, the
department will receive
$4,000 in new traffic safety
equipment.

Wilson named
Sales director

MetLife has announced
the promotion of Thomas
C. Wilson to agency sales
director. He~ will manage
the firm's business per-
formance including good
business practices and
sales growth. Mr. Wiilson
has worked in the financial
services industry for over 6
years and is a financial
services representative, a
Life Underwriters Training
Council Fellow, an associ-
ate specialist and a regis-
tered representative of
MetLife Securities.
To reach Mr: Wilson, call
(321) 610-9915.
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transfusion services for its
patients.
MIMA Laboratory will
provide laboratory services
for the infusion of products
such as red blood cells,
platelets and fresh frozen
plasma. These services
include cross matching,
antibody identification and
special blood product
matches. MIMA expects to
tr'ansfuse 1,000 units of
blood the first year, mostly
to its cancer patients.
For information, call (321)
725-4500, Ext. 7317.

UCF adds to faculty

Dr. Jeffrey Greenspoon
has been appointed to the
faculty of the University of
Central Florida College of
Medicine in the Department
of Medical Education as
assistantt Professor of
Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr.
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For information, call
Greenspoon Orthopaedics at
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Fasanella honored

Mutual Service Corpora-
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resentative and president of
Heron Financial Partners in
Melbourne, to its Presi-
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ments in the financial plan-
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reserved for representatives
who achieve levels that
place them among the top
producers in the company.
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Homes for Our Troops would like to thank METALCON, Holiday Builders, Russ and Carole Gambill and the
local business community and the many volunteers that helped build a specially adapted home for SSG Paul
"Russ"' Marek. SSG Paul Russell Marek was serving with the 4th Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment of the
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arm, his right ear and left thumb and suffered brain injury and severe burns over 20 percent of his body.

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when I finiished working 8
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ready for some much-
neee rest and rela nation.

allowed me few options.
The sun was shining, the
sky was clear and the
weather was perfect for
spending the day outside.
Since Brevard County has
no beach that permits
animals, I shuttled my
poodeo ed an area along
where they were welcome.
Watching the waves
splash a ainst the concrete
wall, we settled down on a
blanket for a leisurely hou,
are to. spt tem anois oof
enj oy the sights: a fish or
two jumping above the
wake, birds soaring over-
head searching for the fish
and, best of all, sailboats
skimming the surface of the
dark green water.
Those fortunate to own
any kind of watercraft have
the perfect venue for
enjoying their sport in the
lagoon,
Surrounded by land on
both sides, the Indian River
lagoon is dotted with
miniature islands that
provide a perfect spot for
an idyllic picnic in solitude.
Just; don't forget the bug
repellent.
Autumn is here. Take
advantage of the warin days
and cool nights. Just be sure
to explore Brevard.
Following are this week's
suggestions:
*Take a hike Friday, Nov.
14, at 5:30 p.m., with the
Indian River Chapter of the
Florida Trail Association.
Call (321) 961-4044 for
information.
*Survivors of Suicide will
meet Wednesday, Nov. 19,
and the third Wednesday of
each month from 10-11
a.m. at Melbourne Public
Library, 540 East Fee Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 253-
2222, Ext. 4729, for infor-
ma ion.
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Brevard Zoo officials
expect to begin construc-
tion of a7,500-square-foot
Animal Care Center by late
2009.
The estimated $2
million animal hospital
will include a veterinary
facility with X-ray, treat-
ment and intensive-care
rooms, a lab and phar'ma-
cy, and a large surgery
suite.
The center also will
include a recovery stall
and hoof-stock, primate
and small-animal holding
areas, and zoo staff would
prpr and stre all of the

commissary.
"Everything would be
under one roof" instead of

cu eepnt etu ,e sai dAnedrea
Hill, the zoo's marketing
dir rtruction of the
Animal Care Center is
expected to take at least
six months, Mrs. Hill said.
She said the zoo current-
ly has a hospital that is
staffed by a veterinarian
and a veterinarian techni-
cian.
"But they're in need of
space," Mrs. Hill said.
Among other benefits,
the new hospital will be
able to accommodate
rhinoceroses and other
large animals that live in
the zoo's five-year-old
Expedition Africa exhibit
she said.
The zoo is home to more
than 550 animals, repre-


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-14-2008
Aries-March 21-April 19
The main reason for your
success is your hard work
and devotion to duties.
Whether with family, associ-
ates- or friends, you always
sense what needs to be
Done and then you do it. You
.remain committed, calm and
passionate. You are highly
Deserving of all the rewards
coming your way. You have
More than earned them.

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No matter what your mood
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and inspiration to others
Sarourid you. Keep on taking
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Others find new hop~e.

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You are happy most of the
time because you have grati-
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thankfulness for *all you have
been given. Live each day
like it is a special holiday. As
we approach Thanksgiving,
make it a special point to
show this thanks. With your
wonderful heart, you will
help others bridge the gap of
their own challenges. Thanks
for being there.

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Your heart is like a deep well
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The first priority in your life
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Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Construction could start in late 2009 on the Brevard Zoo's Animal ~Care Center, which
would provide medical care for rhinoceroses and many other 2oo animals.


senting more than 165
species from North and
South America, Australia
and Africa.
"The idea is to create
(one animal care) area to
accommodate all of our
animals' needs," Mrs. Hill
said.
So far, the zoo has
received $650,000 in
grants and donations from
companies and individu- .
als toward the cost of the
Animal Care Center, she
said.


-- The first fundraiser for
the new animal hospital is
scheduled for Saturday,
Nov. 15. Mrs. Hill said all of
the event's sponsorship
packages are closed and
tickets to the event are
sold out. .
The fundraiser, called
the Animal T.L.C. Party,
will be at the home of
Brevard County residents'
and zoo supporters' Phil
and Jeanne Farmer. They
will host the party with
John and Darcia Jones .


Francey and Dr.. Larry and
Mrs. Cindy Bishop.
At the event, zoo officials
and supporters hope to
raise $100,000 to buy a ~
piece of digital radiology
equipment for the new
hospital. Officials expect
between 175 and 200
people to attend the
fundraiser, said Gayle
Rathbun, the zoo's director
of development.
For information about
the Animal Care Center, call
(321) 254-9453, Ext. 233.


Valiant Air Command
Warbird Museum, Saturday,
Nov. 15, and Sunday, Nov.
16, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hot
dogs and drinks will be
available and parking is free.
Call (321) 268-1941 for
information.
Auditions: Monday, Nov.
17, and Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 7
p.m.'"The Odd Couple" by
Neil Simon. Runs Jan. 16-31
at Titusville Playhouse, 301
. Julia St., Titusville. Call (321)
268-1125 for information.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

*Art and Antique Studio:
1419 Highland Ave., Ml-
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.
.Saturdays. Call (321) 253-
5553.
*Art Gallery and Studio:
802 E. New Haven Ave.,


Melbourne. Open 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. Call (321) 720-
7532.
*Brevard Art Museum:
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday and 1-5 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 242-0737
or visit www.brevard
artmuseum.org. ~
*Brevard Museum of
History and Science: 2201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa. Open
Monday through Saturday 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday
noon to 4 p.m. Call (321)
632-1830.
*Brigantine Gallery: 80 S.
Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach.
~Opedi from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday
and Sunday by,appointment,
Call (321) 783-7430.
*Cuba! Gallery of Fine
Art: 541 E. Nevi l 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.
Tuesday 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)

See OUT, B2


FRIDAY, NOV. 14 -

*Family fun: through Nov.
30. "Peter Pan" presented by
Cocoa Village Playhouse, 300
Brevard Ave.; Cocoa. Call (321)
636-5050 for information.
*Friday Fest: in historic
downtown Melboume, hosted
from 6-10 p.m., will feature
"Encore," a versatile three-
piece local group. More than
60 art, craft, business and food
vendors will be there, as will
beer and wine stations. Call
(321) 724-1741 for informa- -
tion .
*Music: One Street Over, an
acoustic eclectic band, will
perform at 7 p.m. at Jimmie's
Family Restaurant, Turtle Creek
Golf Club, 1279 AdmiraltY
Blvd., Rockledge. .Call (321)
632-4611.

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Sagittarius-Nov.22-Dec.2 z
Recent success makes you
want even more. Just be sure
to finish what you start. Your
strong earthly grounding is a
major factor in your success.
Your high spirit drives you
even more. Keep it as simple
as possible. Don't bite off
more than you can chew. A
written plan and positive
affirmations is the key to con-
tinued joy.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Courage is one of your
strongest assets. The others
are honesty and persever-
ance. Stand up for your
beliefs and refuse to back
down when you know you
are right. Continue to be up
front with others and com-
municate how you feel. You
never accept less than the
best in yourself. Others draw
strength from your courage-

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
There are many new oppor-
tunities coming into your life


right now. Why? Because of
all the positive changes you
have created with family and
work. This gives you several
,new choices in your actions
and results. Change is possi-
ble that will greatly please
you and keep you moving
forward. It's time for focus
and action.

Pisces-Feb. 19-Mnarch 20
You handle distractions with
grace and ease. Remember
that behind the storm, the
sun still shines. Your creative
flow is coming into a new
higher level. Keep expanding
your circle of influence and
responsibility and you will be
amazed at how your bril-
liance and tenaaity will
amaze others, including your-
self. Follow through and all
will be well.

A voice of hope

Come visit me at the Pineap-
ple Festival in Jensen Beach,
Friday through Sunday, Nov.
14- 16. It's a lot of fun.
visit my new Web site, per-
sonalspiritguide.com and
sign up for a free weekly
inspirational message. Have
a starry week, everyone.
James Tucker


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2121.
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The upcoming holidays will
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opportunities to advance
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many talents. Your loyalty
and hard work is legion. Your
light continues to shine. Keep
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over life.

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even when faced with large
challenges. Keep focused on
your top priorities and noth-
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Scorpio-Oct. 23Nov. 21
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especially when your heart is
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roasting instructions on the
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It's turkey time, again.
Any brand of turkey is good;
it's how you cook it that will
determine its moistness.
For my turkey, I make my
German Aunt Margie's
sausage stuffing. According
to my daughter-in-law, Lisa,
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Roasting your first turkey
can be a terrifying cooking
experience; just pretend it's
a very large chicken.
To go with the turkey,
look for mawfi vegetable
recipes next week including
mashed potatoes, candied
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German-style spinach and
cranberry sauce plus nuts,
pies and fruit.
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large casserole. Whisk
together remaining
ingredients, reserving
butter. Blend into corn
mixture~. Dot with butter,
Bake at 350 for one hour.

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degrees. Increase time
according to size. Baste
often.
Results: a tender, juicy
bird. You can also remove
the turkey from the oven
in the morning and put it
back into a pre-heated
oven two hours before you
plan to serve.
For an end result that is
easier for serving and
lower in fat, place stuffing
in a large covered casse_
role rather than in the
bird. Put in oven the last
hour and baste with a
squirt or two of turkey
drippings. De-fat drip-
pings with ice cubes and
make gravy as instructed
in previous columns.

TURKEY STUFFING

Enough for a large
turkey, 22 pounds or more;
the leftovers freeze great.

1 pound pork sausage
(roll)
4 large onions, chopped
6 large stalks celery,
chopped
1 tbsp. canola oil
Turkey liver, chopped
(optional)
2 teaspoons sage
2 teaspoons salt
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper
2 tablespoons chopped
parsley
11large-loaf white bread
2 cups chicken broth,
canned or homemade

SBreak up sausage and
brown in skillet. Drain and
set aside. Add canola oil to
skillet. Saute onion, celery
and turkey liver.* Add
seasonings.
Return sausage to pan
and cook a few minutes. In
a large bowl, break bread
up into small pieces.
Add sausage mixture


and broth. Mix thoroughly.
Taste. Add more salt if
necessary. Cool and stuff
turkey or cook in casserole
as explained in turkey
recipe.
*Liver can be discarded
or added, raw, to cooled
stuffing. It will cook in the
baking.

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SerVeS 4
Fegular and low ~fat

1 14.75-ounce can each
of
whole kernel corn
(drained) and creamed
corn
1 egg or equivalent
amount of egg substitute
1/2-cup each sugar and
flour
Salt and pepper
1/2-cup milk, regular,
low-fat or skim, or
undiluted evaporated
skim milk
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute

Mix corns together in


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pepper. For a small turkey,
place breast side down on a
sprayed v-rack. Turn right
side up the last half hour of
roasting.
Another trick for a
perfect bird is to season
and place in a paper
supermarket bag in a large
turkey roasting pan; leave
the bag open. No basting
is necessary. Tear open the
bag for the last half hour,
then baste and roast 'til
golden.
For a large turkey, place
on a rack in a heavy
roasting pan, season as
directed. Make a tent of
heavy aluminum foil and
place over top of turkey.
This will prevent the
moisture from escaping.
Baste occasionally and
roast until done. Remove
foil about 1/2 hour before
for a crispy, crackly skin.
If you choose to stuff the
turkey, be sure the stuffing
is cooled first; bacteria can
grow when you place hot
stuffing mnto a cold bird.
Loosely stuff both the
body and neck cavity; the
stuffing will swell as the
bird cooks. Close the
openings with turkey
skewers and string. Tie
wings and legs and then
roast as directed~on the
package.
For Thanksgiving last
year we chose a 20-pound
bird. To free the oven for
the vegetables, I tried an
old method and timed it.
Put the turkey, tented
with foil, in a 200-degree
oven at 10 p.m. the night
before. At 10 a.m., turn
oven to 325-degrees, roast
about two hours or until a
meat thermometer insert-
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color, $65, 321-254-3120
R CLINER, ItF se e
wear on 1 arm, works
great $200 321-952-6289
RECLINERS- 2, drk blue
$35ea, Sofa 7' tan/pastel
flora 1tt rn e~xe cond,
REFRIGERATOR -
White, $100. STOVE -
G1E6-18 40 Inial ntic32-
ROCKER, GLIDER- Sol-
id wood, oak finish, $70,
40 gallon Aquarium $30,
321-537-1715 SoBrev
SANDER /GRINDER -
Craftsman, 2x42" belt, 6"
disc. 1/2 HP, $50 firm,
321-724-9285 SoBrey
SAW, Radial Arm &
aSbander, Mounte~ d on ort-
321-837-1171 SoBrev
SAW, Radial arm- Crafts-
man, 10", on 3 drawer
dd 10 31 72a4 74


9H E S e ti 2 H1 S e l ,
SaHesE sizeS8ilh ever wr
6iti OS creV 6N n~eest
SLIDE PROJECTOR-

$75 WakW her Rai ru
land, $15, 321-724-0447




tSTOVE, GE- whie to
new, 30", $195
321-728-1415 SoBrev


STOVES- 1 Electric & 1
Propane, white, used
less than 1 63ear, $100
obo, 321-724- 59
SURFBOARD- (1) 9
foot, $1B8 321-676-00 0

short board, 5'8" long,
$200, 321-537-0082
TABLE TOPq Gass 4for

7-589 noknicks, $40,

xB3L9E, xofedeetBnaesstette
patina wrought iron base
$125, 321-676-9991
4ALE iGil stop- round
& 2 high chairs for coun-
ter, $150, 321-676-4593
TABLE, KITCHEN- rust
color, good condition,
$50, 321-752-0946
TOu e OUToDOOR ot ,

21-8g06-9113 SoBrey
TROMBONE leMUTE -
& Ber $25, Tom Crown
alum. 35, 321-779-3129
TV, COLOR- 24", great
picture, slightly damaged
cohsole base, $25,
321-254-3548 SoBrey
T PROJECTION- S -
?o, 52", Great TV, moa_
ing & no room, $200,
321-288-0926 SoBrev
TV, SANYO- Stereo col-
or, 32", excellent condi-
tlon, $65, 321-951-0997
VACUUM CLEANER-




bra~~ ~~ Mc Tl charger,

WATCH, Chronograph-
new, 21 jewels, Automat-
$ 5,h21-m4o2-4h6 ydae
WEIGHT MACHINE-
Marcy Universal, $150,
1-EE CO ev (4),
factory spoke, will fit any
14" wheels, $95,
321-777-4153 SoBrey
WICKER CHAIR, papa-
son style, all natural $50
t n uood2 -ae42 Sglass
WINDOWS, AIUminum-
used, (3) 3 x63 & (2) 37x
51, Free, 321-725-3738




LOR BH~ardwood FUIDA-
ing, from $.99/Sq.Ft.
Pefldn hheda Un ii
e.Bellawood with 50

Anywhere, 5 Florida
Locations 800-356-6746
1-800-FLOORING
STEEL BUILDINGS 5
only 25x36,30x48, 40x52,
80x150. Must move now!
Will sell for Balance
O-8 0-211-94 exte35ey


A D O P T IO N
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node yoregnbcy withro
lovinou financially se"
cure family. Living/
Med /alCo ns Ibnal
worker on staff. Call
compassionate Attor"
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NATIONAL ADVERTIS-
INQ hReach over 30 bmil-
Adverto8e snwNANI for ouJ
ly $2,795.per weekly Ask
aou 18p~eca 4elE~state



$ CASH FOR GOLD $
We buy Gold, Silver &
Platinum. Get Cash Nowl
Hi et PayoGt SaranS
1-888-245-4517
"*OLD GUITARS Want-
edl"* Fender, Gibson,
Getsch,SMatr b, Dc n
enbacker & Mosr te. Gib-
son Mandolins/Banjos.
1930's-1960's. Top cash
paidl These brands only
please. 1-800-401-0440


S UCRDA hATu NO N
Market. Preview 9 am.
www.AllOutAuctions.com
AU3366/AB2376




**HqMETOWN NEWS"
Platche yourm csifie~d a


resa er -o -mu ar
a shopperl
AMP, GUITAR- electric,
old tube style, $10,
1-ee hed~b7rd wood,

ARTWORK- Sonoran
Desert Scene made from
33 cent stamps, framed,
$20,321-966-2109
BED Single, box spring
$10m 21=7 -09 frme

Fe~e Sirut, 3 hpeee
$195, 32 -652-9489

BlKE No~rth~er~n Ridge
bosMana- 5od speed, 2"
tin $mo,n 31 98 -1 di-
BlKE, SCHWINN- like
new, with basket, $125,
321-242-3359
BOAT- 15'X5.5', tri hull
fiberglass, needs work,
$59, 321-725-7379
BOATING ITEMS 3 an
chors, 2 life vests 5 s dne
bumpers. $25/all 321-
725-0545; 941-286-7005 '


hlDNT AEs$, 11e$,

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fessor of Art at Buffalo
Univ. $75, 321-676-2911

t AI N-urdenit turnc o
Brass Plate Palne Furn.
Mint. $50. 321-960-6097
c IROCKER- green
faricP good condition,
$50, 321-956-3127





AKITA PUPPIES AKC.
2males, females. 8wks,
helh crt fiat s,o so
parents ons te.Prtciv.
royal corpnpions for 8y0
$900. Call 321-806-4197
(B MAsNmCATSti 2 ae
loving home, only $20.
321-749-8476.see photo
www.hometownnewsol.c
om ad # 6623
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
Longhair, M/F, CKC
registered, shots. $600 &
Cnc61c~h ah~u~a om


FAN Hunter Cast Iron &

321-541-1319 80Brey
FILE CABINET- 4.5 ,
Ieal eie nee, I 65
frame $40, 321-722-1734
FILE CABINETS, (2)
stel w/ lo awers, ltter
exe cond. 32 -253-863


arerssteul dtan48i es,s 16n5
321-242-9381
RPLC g e


FRAME- To make Latch
Hook ru s, Free
321-253-4558 SoBrey
GOLF CLUBS- Taylor 3-
PW iro s,xtu a gis
$135, 321-2 4-0620
HOLIDAY TREE- Artifi-
tial,6, blue e uglaso f
edition, $40, 321-253-1823

m CKEX Blae LeD dr,
son patch, new condition.
$90 321-795-7021
JACKET, LEATHER-
lade, siz med
biac w/fri g, womn twi
$100, 321-984-8965
JACKET, Moto ccle- Ir ,
ladies, leather hand craft
ed, LA Roxx Hollywood
$195, 321-557-5063
JACKETS, LEATHER-

62) be ()0 each


sohaie2, 27 -lo971-my~stic
LAWN OWER, ldTOR -

bag, $75, 3p2rlo768-155wi
LUGGAGE RACK- for
sports car, never instal-
led, chrome, $30,
32 -5R3E2629 SoBrey 5 ,
Platform for Double Bed,
$50, 321-777-5080
MATTRESSES & Box-
springs- (2), full size, $75
each, 321-757-0314


THE BUSINESS Suc-
cess Toolbox CD-Rom &
E-Books. Hundreds of
programs for Entrepre-
neurs & Small Business
OD oProm t ons.com




G Nw aCoppsut

edit o problem Smalls
available. Its yours riowl
1-800-932-3721



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mrsammin star rte g uno

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call now 1-800-935-9195
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Call 321-259-1719

RytE! 2F6R5 C~hann
Starts. $29.99! Free HBO,
Showtime, Starz! 130 HD
Channels! Free DVR/HD!
No start up costs! Local
Installers! 800-973-9044
TV 52" Hitachi HDTV
Excellent condition.
Asking $500.
321-773-1795






uonot befooled -mwe ar

news p er We are not
BEAUTIFUL CHERRY
Bedroom setb 7c.:Bran~d

6pc Bedroom set all
new $475. Can deliver.
B2E1-508-0610Que lo
top set wlwarranty. $150.
King pillow top set $225.
Can Del. 321-508-0610
BEDROOM SET, Queen
size head & foot board,
dres rr w/mir or rih
~irsaj 3pp,321-253 5701



re5;mok gn hderar
new, light wood, king
matt ess & box set $4 5
exrcl. $250. t21-3 n51sl1
CHAIR & LOVESEAT
reclining, Brown leather,
9acn mcoffe b& end
lamps. $700/all obo, wl
separate. 321-733-8960


POUNDI Hound d~,pog up,
(.11 1.111,< to identify iL1,

LOST: NOV 2 DIAMOND
,nu nyn it~lll ri tiesPear
sd Reward offered
321 733-3714




dnBIA SMNE ORe L
lots, In C~hristian section
Askint $5000 for both'

&BIT IH D Cha ,
rl of Pseae~t 2 Niches for
cremation, Interior, 2nd
level, bronze lettering,
'big!inally $81770 waking

MEMORIAeLe GAR EN
Asking $2000 Firm.
321-23-186
WINTER GARDEN:
Wood lawn Memorial
Park, 2 plots, Catholic
02 -166,B20th $1995




faAiy O nanci Iall scr
home will provi e every-
thing &. Cherish your ba-
by. Patricia. Ex ense8
paid FLBar#02470 4 Call
anytime 1-800-552-0045


GREYHOUND 4yrs old
female. Very good w/
childdrenh mte r pets. To
Donation. 321-216-1 884
MINI DACHSHUNDS,
Chocolate, CKC, Papers'
Crater tane P en30o~n

MINI DACHSHUNDS,
CKC, paper/crate trained,
Parents on premises,
Health Cert.11st shots.
$300& up 321-639-4809
Call Classified
866-894-0442


PARROT Blue Front
Amazon. Beautiful young
male, w/cagte, play stand
$800 321-777-6890
www.C e.boto r~n ol 0
om ad #6577
RABBITS Df erenD col-
rsn feies$5. 321-536-381n8a-
ROTTIE MASTIFF PUP-
PIES $175 EA (5) 1ST
Shots/ Wormed. Healthy,
sociable, adorable babies
561-248-4610
Classified 866-894-0442


Prevent System Crashest
Save on Electrict
Summer CheckUp..
$49.95 5
SAVE $258 on any
REPAIR WORK
W I UPO Ep. 11
WE BEAT ALL
COMPETITORS PRICES
The Beart Around
ServingP Breverd 23+ Ym

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821-7288758



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AIT HOME OR
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EXPERIENCE.
a ye Irritaetions
S inus Problems
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WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cashl 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111




Fall Special $189.00 with
warranty. Thanks Brevard
for 20 yrs. Atlantls Con-
struction 321-775-6060




NOTICEl Don't replace
those cabinetal Reface,
Us Face 1Rfns ItI 21-2 3-8195 t




GEORGIA CARPET
Carpet Installed $1.19/sf ,
iL69/sf.to m 39f
(Purplsie ) 6615 W New
Haven.Call 321-984-7585




CEILING DOCTOR
Water damage specialist.
No t, fat r epe~nsiv in
Brevard. 321-794-38 6







CALL 321.622.2738

11l for holiday AI lr
tv~o ~1 974Free FI
SURF CLEANING SVC

onnUa r 10wers eO ,
,ii '11 3%i2062 1 )7


CBS Handyman Service
Affordable Pricest Free
Estimnatest 25 yrs expl
Guaranteed satisfactionI
321-604-1741 Lic/lns
HANDYMAN HOME Re-
pairs & Home Improve-
ment. Pressure Washing,
321-725-5790 Lic/Ins
Hansen Repair Services
LLC. Home repairs, No
coabl. 320-506 Ticus a



Essential Home Repairs
All Types. Dependable,
Quality Work. Repairs,
Remodel. 20 Years Exp,
321-684-1926







Home repairs _
Painting Int./Ext. $
Carpentry
P r perty maint
Kitchen remodeling
Bath remodeling

'35 s lxerence
uca/ns. (PT238/FR206)
Call Mark
321-508-2375
Stucco & Home Repair
Specialist: Repairs, Older
Homes, Additions Etc


2r exp 7at iac/ LL




BakToThe
cacenS.COIT)
LANDSCAPING
DESIGN & Installation
Innovative, Distinctive.
Call 321-446-4131


ABOVE AVERAGE 25%
Off 1st month, 7th me
FREE. Trimming, Clean,
ups. Monthly or 1 Time
OK 321-409-9300 Lic/ins
EXPERT RELIABLE
Lawn care 16 yrs expsiri-
ence. Mulching, Light
Sand cape,1 Intal ati~ons,
PICTURESQUE LAWNS
Kow edge Ilborestaff
Suntree area for over 11
years. 321-5414-6922





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c Pomt MCourleoos Service

otla g 1 Tm loan Up

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Licensed/Insured

Free Estimates-Serving
Brevard for 16 yrs.



Over2~0+ yearsEprine
WE DO iT RIGHT
THE 1ST TIME
Lawn Service
Shrub Mitnne
Landscape Maint-
Landscape Design
Weeds
eeral Canup




OPEN HOUSE
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n n-lawye 'are apn itte a

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PAINTING & general re-
a~lrs.Free esti lates. Lic.
8 hfe 4l 2-9229 08 or




METAL ROOFING SAVE
8$$$ uy direct from man-
ufactur~er. 20 colors in
stock, w/accessories.
Quick turn around. Deliv-
ery Gulf Coast Supply &ww
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STORMS GOT Your Car-
pet Wet, Tile is what you
need to get. 38 yrs exp.
321-536-9092 Lic/Ins

TILE INSTALLATION
remodeling. Pre-Holiday
Special Labor starts $.95
per sqft 321-258-3220








*Treei Removal
*Tree & Shrub 1)imming
*Total Lawn Care
*No Job Too Big or Small
24+ Years Exp.
Guaranteed Satisfaction



om321-984-4220
cell 321-794-0893


Remodeling ;
New Construction
Free Estimates
Excellent work & ref's.
Lic (#FTY 69) & Insured
Davis Tile, LLC.
Family Owned
& Operated, 50+years
Combined Experience.
Call Craig 321-432-8150
Peninsula Tile & Mar-
ble: Quality Installations
Since ~1982. New or
Remodel. Comm/Res
Lic/Ins 321-724-4320


Please T II Them.'"

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A NEW Computer Nowl
Brand Name Laptops/ ~
Desktops. Bad/No Cei,
No Problem Smallest
Weekly Payments.
1-800- 45-0287
FREEI If We Can't Fix Itl
Commercial Residential
321-5C rn3012 ac/Ins




AII Professional Pavers
& Concrete. Custom De-
signs, Waterfalls, Land
sca e. 110% quality,
Omega Desi ns
321-302-518
DAVE'S CONCRETE
Small slabs Specilaty
Serving Brevard 30 Yrs.
Patio's, Drivewayos Side-
wbal s, Dre litasn nWde


C UP 18016 INP P-

IpG Posoo decks, driv s
pairs, resurflng,.
George 321-537-6443
RICHARDS PAVING
Blacktopping, Seal
Coatings,Patchwork,
Stonin .Concrete Drive-
ways Sldewalks pour-
ed. Free Estimates
321-591-5628 Llc/Ins


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FR E Est. No Job Too
SmAlll H meeSRe aers &
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from A-ZI (Llc#FE120)772-
633-8543; 31 853-1980



TILE INSTALLATIONS
noralld &ur nee ds Ffoa10
yrs. Lic/Ins 321-794-3129


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WEDNESDAY DEC 3 1:00 PM
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Get your next home at the price you set
with NO STARTING BIDS. If you're buy-
ing your first home or your 10th this year
today's flousing market arid low interest
rateS make this an idea time for you to
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888-579-2837


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Property S Yo premium ort each sale. E
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MELBOURNE L ge
Sale. Help Your Vet-
erans! Saturday 11/15
9am 1pm. Ladies Auxili-
ary, VFW Post #4206,
3201 South Diary Rd.
321-724-4121.

METLUBRODUARYN8EAM-2PM
4078 Mailard Drive
Windover Farms)
furniture, toys, I Harley
termi ectrooor scom-
Melbourne Shores: Art
tly eud ceBende1
framed art. Fri-Sun, Nov
14th-16th. Christmas
Ifts. 1800 Butter Churn
225 321-676-2911
PALM BAY Moving Sale
i 11 oSn ni 1

right Emerson, left -Treu
Terr.right Rhelne. Elec-
tronics, Complete home
furnishings, make offers!
SATELLITE BEACH
BAAB Annual Tag Sale
Fri. & sat., Nov 14 & 15,
8am-4pm. 674 S. Patrick
Dr. Baby / toddler items
&ectt b es, housewar%, col-
Xmas items, mu h mome
Support a Great Cause!


EE I TVr aR

Showtime, Starzi 130 HD
ChannelsI Free DVR/HDI
No start u costsI Local
Installers! 00-620-0058
FREE DIRECT 4 Room
8 steml 265+ channels
S arts $29.991 Free HBO,
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Smallest weekly pay-
ments call 800-804-7273

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Brand name laptops &
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Credit- No problem
smallest week pay-
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No problems No credit
check. Name brands.
Checking account re-
quired. Free bonus with
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1 8 0 0 5 0 7 4 0 5 5
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SILK FLOWERS Ar-
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Prices start $20-$250.
Fumlko 321-752-9997
SLALOM SKIS (1) Kid-
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morei in o: 321-537-2600
VIAGRA/CIALIS Save
$400/40 pills $99. Free
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ces Order Now! Save on
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WELDERIGENERATOR:
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MARION MUSIC
PIanos, Pianos, ETC.
Glbson, Martin Guitars &
I Stack Pla We
7 oreCall 321-727-3T00
OLD GUITARS Wanted!
Fender, Gibson, Gretsch,
Martin. d93 Os Oop
cas pai


rRGA e LXOW E
Includes sheet music.
Excellent condition
$4000 772-770-0091
PIANO YAMAHA Digital
Clavlnova Clp-220, with
bench, 88 keys, other
features Like new $1395
Firm 321-242-9381
PIANO- SUZUKI Digital
lano. HP-100. No
d h, exc3 le- 52-c600n3
North Melbourne
WANTED Old Gibson
Les Paul Guitars! Espe-
cially 1950's models!
nderh Gibso ,A Ma tin,
Rickenbacker nSteam-
berg, Ephiphone. 1900-
1970's Top Dollar Paid!
Old Fender Amps! It's
easy. Call toll free todaY
1-866-433-8277


GOLF CART: 93 Custom
Gas Club Car, lift kit, 12"
rims, 25" tires, GT Steer-
ing Wheel. Lots of extras.
$2950. 321-446-5539
Please Tell Them
I Saw it in
HOMETOWN NEWS
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866-894-0442


CHRI AS BAZAAR

Anglican Church
6895MurreliRd.Viera
November 15
9:00am to 3:00pm
Commercial vendors,
crafts, jewelry, more!
Country Store with
horrie-baked"goodies,,
Raffle of painting by
local artist; door prizes
Lunch at nominal cost
FREEBABYRSI GI
MEN'S DENI
321-253-9102
INDIALANTIC MULTI-
FAMILY YARD SALE
Sat 11/15 (8am-?)
BI 5s Nhoa 2 off
versed Dr. a n'

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es32Cl 2W3D3Webb Re-

PALM BAY SW, 3/2/2,
neaw carpet ppa .t. UN
neighbors. Near Bayside
H.S. $900/mo. & $1000
Security. 321-779-3935

PORT ST IOHN: 3/2/1

$900/mao Sr31 wS P
foor plan, nice yard, bg
trees, screened porch
$925/mo321-431-1963






JEEP RANDD Cherokee
'98. 6 cyl., Cold A/C,
'c~i. el ma nand


NE TENNESSEE LAND
Several parcels available.
11acres surveyed mtn
land, hardwoods, views,
on hwy 94. $2900/ac.
terms 352-483-4546
SMOKY MOUNTAINS

5esb to Du la ac 8
breathtaking views of the
Smoky Mountains. City
water, cit sewer, & close
to every ing. $58,000 fi-
nance avail. wl$8700
down. 1-865-621-0435
Must secophotos at www.
GoLandW rks.com
SOUTH CAROLINA
4 Sale By Oqwgner
Beautiful buligtract,
nice wooded. Buy Now,
BtLater. Near Lake
Don we fi anc ng

SOUTH CAROLINA
Bamb~erg C uonty mHc t
Nea I c9e5a Secluded
w/deer, turkey, hogs &



Below marketll

(Brokers Protected)






TITUSVILLE 3/2/1 ~Big
house. Family room with
fireplace, very nice yard
with swing set. $825/mo.
321-431-1903
TITUSVILLE 3BR/2BA
fenced, scrn porch, shed,
close to schools, grt
nghbrhd. $895/mo. 954-
668-6940; 321-385-9777
TITUSVILLE townhomes
3br/2ba, 2 story $825/mo'
2br/2ba single story, W/D
$700/mo. 321-268-2519
SpaceportRentals.com
VeR BEACaH-eBea~ur f

Meo hborhood. Ra to
F/S, Utilities incl. Move in
today. 772-299-1 304



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Stocks go~t yudown?
INVESTMENT IS LANDI
GEORGIA 3 acre home-
sites. River access,
$6950/acre. 600 acres
developed property
wlivRO rn 98erAc-

TENNESSEE Crossville
small farm 35 acres.
Bring your livestock &
retire. Ponds & great
view. All utilities on
property. $8500 an acre,
931-788-3885
TENNESSEE LAND
RUSHI 1+acre to ?acre
homesites, wood, views-
Starting at $59,900. Tenn
River & Nick-a-Jack view
tracts now available! Re-

tremn ouid rtrs v
no impc 3 9-741
or 1-866-550-5263,
Ask About Mlni Vacationi
TENNESSEE MOUN-



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and sell that carl
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TITUSVILLE $0 Down
Payment. 2BR MH in
adult 55+ park. Purchase
$320/mo. + lot rent
$6500. 321-385-3909
eve. or 904-477-2435
VERO BEACH: Motivat-

for Frise 2nbrbsa,
tion to rent or buy land,
866-605-7255


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sales Save 60-80% off
Retaill Best Resorts &
Seasons. Call for Free
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BeaO Tiu Coanto ag
cabin site w/breathopking
views, gentlYo ml1 probe
woods, 30mins. from
Cookeville, $29,900.


GREA NW ND
CLASSIFIED ADSI
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN acreage. 2 acre
beautiful homesite. Mil-
lion $ view! Secluded,
utilities, overlooking Ten-
nessee River, close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-

1-330 -69185Ioao3
Tennessee Mountain
River Prope t
5+acres $59, 00.
Cabin w/16acres $159k
180acres $299,000
255acres $2,700/acre
w/commerciai gas well.
19crs Olakew Dale
Great Hunting/Investment
1-888-836-8439
www~tnwithaviewwcorm
TENNESSEE MOUN-

ho ies Woode a u

nancingl Asukarabout Mi i
Vacation. 3 days, 2
nights & Travel Allow-
ance. 1-866-550-5263



er access, beautiful pris-
ntne p ope9 0. S 2ei fF
nancing 1-330-699-1585


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Great Rotion 200 sqft,
Perfect for ownerluser.
N ce to TM~yota ofset
$399,000 772-521-5111


TEXAS LAND SALEll
Beautiful 20-acres, Near
Booming El Paso. Good
Road Access. Surveyed.
Only $15,900.
$200/down, $159/mo.
Money Back Guarantee.

N 1 urleta ce.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,
acreage & investment
prprty. Views & creeks,
Fre color brochure,
Wstett Clar lna wReal

WesternCarolinaRE.com
1-800-924-2635
WHITE PLAINS, GA:
Hancock Co. 650 Acres,

nek. Deer, Trke n

lodge,12ac & 8ac lake
ww vR 8d7P2antation.co


SUNTREE: Office OR
Warehouse Spaces. As
low as $450/mo One
Month FREEl Ask for
Wendy 321-242-4921
WEST MELBOURNE:
Stan Dr. 2,400, 4,800 or
12,000 sqft available with
offices or without offices.
A/C, ample parking, cor-
ner location. Starting at
$6/sf. NNN 716-583-8383
Call Classified
866-894-0442


COCOA Ibr/1ba & 2br
11ba apts. Small pet ok.
fenced yard, Quiet area,
$525/$625 mo. Incis. wa-
ter. 321-890-8638
MELBOURNE -
1/2 OFF Ist Month rent
Historic Eau Gallie Dis-
trict. 2BR/1 BAlcarport.
W/D. Pet ok wlapproval.
$595/mo. 321-243-8115
MELBOURNE, 2-story,
2tjr/1ba, LR & DR, fncd
back yard, carport. No
5es 06750/mo 543 021)

MEeLBdOURNE: Br ght

$6 5/ oe 31-953-8p ned
SATELLITE BEACH
2br/1ba., No Credit

32hl- 3-3B $ 5/o


MERRITT ISLAND: 1000
sqft, Beautifully Remod-
eled, Available at 2555
Venetian Ctr, Un~it 19,
(Across from Race Trac
on N.Courtney) Lease
$S8 13mo-4q9- 8 free) or


GARAGE SALE?
Place your ad in
Hometown News
866-894-0442


Furn/Unfun. Bkgrd ck.
386-405-4539
VIERA Professional
white female to share w/
same, Ig pool home. Bed-
room, private bath, kitch-
en .privileges. $500/mo. +
1/2 util. 321-751-211 1
W. MELBOURNE pool
home w/prvt.Br/Ba. Close
to beach & shopping. Full
hncl.sueil. p3 2 -s2513$40

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INDIALANTIC BEACH-
SIDE 2/2 condo, laundry
room, screened patio.
Near shopping & ocean.
Call 321-779-0982 Iv.msg
INDIALANTIC: Furn,
2br/1ba Incl King/Queen
Bed, Full kitch, PC, In-
ternet, Basic Elec & TV,
Utils. $1199/mo or
$349/wk 321-725-8392
MELBOURNE 1/1 Nice
duplex, new paint, ceram-
ic tile, quiet street, Wick-
ham/ Aurora area $575/
indls. WD,32T693-waer,

MELBOURNE 1br/1.5ba
Sun-Green 55+ comm.
Water, cable, year
lease, $525/mo. 321-
525-1121Uor 255-16B CM

Buran turnerkey c uo ath

I60/o 32N1- 14-364N3/S
MELBOURNE BEACH:

Kn /Sofa SBdd, Full ki ch
PC, Internet, Basic Elec
& TV, Utils. $899/mo or
$2991 k 321-725-8392
MEhbdUoRNE SE cel en

aDe starting $580.


MELBOURNE: Clean &
sedymov inoncilose t
$495, 2br $695 (407)
929-0284 (321) 704-7188

S ~dL II
1bdrm $735-$750; 2bdrm
$820-$835, 3bdrm $995.
Heated pool, valet trash,



LiveAtHibiscusPark.com


MELBOURNE: Newly
renovated Effiencey and
1. br's avial.Water &
Garbage included. Laun-
dry o.om. Starti;tng at
SATELLITE BEACH
2/2/1. Water, trash & pest
control included. Close to
all schools. $700/mo. &
1st+ last. 321-777-1024
SATELLITE BEACH
EFFICIENCY CONDO,
Furnished, A1A across
from ocean. Annual
$575/mLI 76-258-B CH*

Oceanfront furn Ibr/ba,
includes water, garbage
& cable. $975/mo or sea-
sonal. 321-779-0681




SEB SOTA-BS{EACOUS

3/2 apts. Apply & Qualify
no reee F2REE9.Rent to
DELAY CALL TODAYII
772-581-4440 *Income
Restrictions Apply
SEBAS IAN:an1aR/I A
South Indian River Dr.

Ial Tm 83 9 38 d60
SUNTREE, spacious 3/2
I foor, unfumn. nex t
fridge, stove, dishwasher.
For complex overview
cyprqsscovecondos.com
Avail Dec. 1, $1075/mo.
Jeannie 321-474-1810
VERO BEACH 55+ Vista
Royale. Furn 2br/2ba, 1st



rnfloorn lmeF rida, N
trcsc ri 7hts. e569mo
VERO BEACH Bright, M
S5 urnnye 1-r/-bl cbarprt





VERO BEACH: Movein t
special Newl ret/mod-
Calos to Beache, Parksg
&Rest.77-563-013




BMW K00R 854cy,

watedIr& coole 987CC
$5 5 ie, baew ,/Onlw




h ealthsue. $7,-5600 obo




Motrcyles Kawaak,
KZ900 KZ1000, H2-504y,
H1-500 S1-260, S2-250,
Paindhd. 1-0072-142 or
1310-721-0726





F50 E4 a6dOD mlesx, 1133
cond. kepiveing room pop
ouat, a/ces $13,000 obo
386-882-2735279494






1970-90 I 2nNALRPICL.
K28900 KZ00 270

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OPEN SUNDAY 9-499


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TITUSVILLE MENTION
this ad & get 1 mo Free.
Any size office from 150sf
-4000sf Totally renovated
Beautiful view of Cape
Canaveral. Co Brokers
welcome. Call Miriam at
954-961-0500
Classified 866-894-0442


-R BIE ESTE FO


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TITUSVILLE share 3/2/2
Close to 50, 1-95, Nice
central location.
m/003$ o + 1/2 utilities.


scren hc,aspeool.es NORTH MELBOURNE:
$1450/mo. 321-543-7677 US450 sqffice Prvate Off
VERO BEACH Village ces, Carpet $1500/mo
Walk South Gated 321-253-3379
comm, pool. 2/2/1 OFFICEl WAREHOUSE
10sqt .3os 6o 5US-1. Gr00SLIN6 fE loca~tlon.

~lrm r~r~mst $900/mo. No CAM, im-

EAU GALL.IE 2/1/1 Cen- We hE 1 U OE2pr-
landryheaook-uishwarg poflerae arpe ssit ra
Cuesdac. por75/moon ao aa on,t pakn lot aal
321-724-2529; 652-5761 386-566- 627

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Oeanvie~we fnot ar $

fr. $199nite/$1399w ,
Oceanfront weddi ~304m9
rHistoric Distri rom
P129nite 904-825-1911
www~sunstatevacation.com


G A T kLIN oUIRG co o o a

eou beakw nw. mo n3a b
views, hortotubs, Jacu is
gri~endly. 1-8~77-25-3335 ~
www~marysescape.com


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IN THE CIRCU T
_COCUORUTNFO BRRRARD
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO:
nd 05AET0H80FP-12738
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
The ad~mnisrt o~nS of the

Ct n, dec asd, eC s
date of death was
December 29, 2007, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Brevard,
Florida, Probate Division,
the mailing address of
h9 hsPTituileOM Forda
32781-0219. The names
and addresses of the
prlsonalthrepresentativ
naprese ttiv' attorney
All creditors of the
dc dent and spers nsr

decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
sIHN TE AERe F
THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATEIROF
THE FIS
NO LCCATION OFHTRH
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons who have claims
or demands against the
decedent's estate, must


DATE OF EE FI S
NOBLCCATION OF THIS
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WEITRDS SEE FORT E
IN SECTIONS 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA
PROBTEEVEOBE R LL

CEFRVRM EDA R


AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The

pbeication of ths Notiirst
Is November 14, 2008.
Personal Representative:
Colleen A. Catino
4M0e4boarCostae hteet
Florida 32951 '
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Jerome W. Hoffman
Hlo idnadBarKNo 2L5L8830
315 S. Calhoun Street
Suite 600 .
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Telephone:
(850) 224-7000
Fax: (850) 224-8832
Pub: November 14, &
November 21, 2008


FORD RANGER '99, 4
cyl, 5 sp, CD, Veory clean,
2n90 3 1-12C27d7NC
re ~ ~ r i


1938 CHEVY Street Rod
Chevy V-8 auto. A/C.


CHEVY '71 Custom/10
1/2 ton, cherry & original
350 w turobmatic. 73K
total mi. since new.
$1,02DOG772- 88-030601GS
Coupe Red. 8000 original
miles, mint cond $52,900
Days 386-589-3620 Even
386-677-.5943
PONTIAC FIREBIRD
Trans Am 2002.
Collectors yellow. Last
one made. 2,780 miles.
$25,000 772-465-6173


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$138.50 Hmtwit 0 dwn
Badr lcrdi isOk. nToll
nww aperZ 1- 1dse ar o


miles ColdA A/C, auto

Crk tomma in 6'nt o
Ca Corned ssor. $1,000
oboe 31-255-1472-1 o
DON.ATE A Ceartdayto

cer. FreeAl Towig. Tx
Diedutis. CoAChilden's
1- 00 2-469-8 .cfa6rg


DONATE YOU CAR a To
Amel hlricn Asscition for -
ing Lueives Throug Ren-
searc.e Fat/Free Tow-
TxDeductible. Caill 7 '

days/wk16-80072-001


ON the ROAD TRAILER
18' diamond steel deck-

ongle dor es7 loa ig


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CHEVY EXPRESS VAN get it sold fast #1191 blg corner lot.
'02, 6cyl. alc, auto trans., Whether Buyin Water view, Southern
AM/FM, 28K/mis. Exc, exposure $800/mo +
cond. PB/PS. $8,000. or Selling we are electric. 518-848-4472
321-254-6582. your total source Please Tell Them .
GREA NEW AND for classified! I Saw it in
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LINCOLN CONTINEN-
TAL '02. 46K miles, ex-
co I 3t2 cod22on$8,000

LINCOLN MARK VIII '95
Navy Blue, Leather, Sun
Roof,2 door, A/C, 75k/mi.
rjogblm wlair rlde s stem
30.321-984-98 3




MERCURY SABLE LS:
98' Auto, PS, PW, PL,
new tires, cold air,
Leather. Exc condition.
$2,500 321-632-9551



TIRES & STOCK RIMS:

TIRES & CSOCKa XRSEMS
245/50R16 Brand New .
$4001 772-812-8338


I40 77 I 1 so -



D NATE YORC


Natural Disasters! It's
Fast & Easy. Receive a 3
-Vacation Certificate. Call
eld. -8 e-841-6225Yer



WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cashl 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111




TRAILERS- OPEN flat
bed, 3 axel, dovetail, 24'
long, heavy duty. Very
good condition. $1500
each or best offer.
772-633-5265


CENTURY 32' 2000
T-top, Twin Yamaha
208 AucoePilote tarr n

-44.P-re8 tI $39,900




Galvanized trailer. $400
321-773-0862


WE BUY BOATSI
Immediate Cash paid.
321-452-7292



SATELLITE BEACH
Bo t Slip withh lift orcwit -
Call Owner Today
321-779-1087 /759-5077
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34' CRUISERS- 334
Espirit Cruise or Live-
A Board.r Air oratsto e

en~clos~ure, c lorl mVAr



Priced to sell: $26,900
OBO 407-310-2678 (c)'
386-424-3220 (work)
Hhomto nN 07L~coT
34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
euly aqpds, ready t~o
dry stored Brevard Coun-
ty. $19,500/OBO. e-mail
for photos & details at
SBCruiserbaol.com or
Bal 40-422-60950fbas
for sale www.florlda.
mariner.com reaching 6
million homes weekly
throughout Florida. Tide
charts, Broker Profiles,
Fishing Captalns, Dock-
side Dining & More
1-800-388-9307


17' BOWRIDER- almost
7HP Eoirue Gr aller.

rl B iquip ead p


207D R7H Yalmbaohat
4-stroke. 39 running hrs.
Still under warranty. Lots
of extras. Must sell for
6elt 46 3ons. $22,000

2006 PALM BEACH 151
50hp, 2 stroke Yamaha,
era osT of opnal equir
Like brand new, 10 hrs,
$11,000 321-632-5795
24' BAHA CRUISER: 94'
24 F shem n, Cbn
cam. Stereo. Ready to
fish $9,500 321-271-1362
27' CHRISCRAFT 1987
Kept in Excellent Condi-
tlon, sleeps 6. $6,500
Reduced from $12,0001
321-633-0424


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