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Lift-off muled



'perfect' by NASA


administrator

~'Extreme home improvements' now
under way aboard space station


itable organizations.
"Wickham Park was the
ideal setting to do what we
wanted to do. with this
event," Mr. Alterman said.
"It has a circular drive, plen-
ty of space and the ability to
add a lot of electricity. W~e

dig a lot ofdtgn oqye
wiring in order to get the
light show where we wanted
it to be."
The event will kick off
with an annual 5K Run Nov.
23 at 6 p.m. amidst the glow
of the lightfest. The race,
directed by Running Zone
in Melbourne, is open to
participants of all ages and.
will include a free dinner
catered byr Carrabba's Italian
Grill.


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometowninewsol.com
W~ickham Park in Mel-
bourne will be transformed
into a winter wonderland
Nov. 25 through Dec. 28 in
celebration of the Eau Gallie
Rotary Club's Eighth Annual
Space Coast Lightfest.
More than 10,000 vehicles
are ~expected to drive
through the 1-mile park for
a spectacular display of
shimmering lights and ani-
mated displays during the
event's 34 days of operation.
This year's event will fea-
ture never-before-seen dis-
plays, including Santa Claus
in a golf cart, Santa in, a
rocket ship, reindeer shoot-


ing across the sky and a
vivid snowflake exhibit.
The finale is the 200-~foot-
long light tunnel featuring
more than 30,000 twinkling
bulbs of color..
"This event is perfect for
families to come .out and
share in the holiday magic,"
said Roy Alterman, presi-
dent of the Eau Gallie
Rotary Club. "We charge by
the vehicle, so you can pack
the whole neighborhood in
the car and come on out.
The Eau Gallie Rotary
Club, which was created in
the late 1950s, founded the
event as a way to bring the
community closer during
the holiday season and raise
funds to help its many char-


The "msm
lightfest will close the fol- Also
lowing day and reopen Nov. on D c. 8, 10, 11, 15, 16 and
25. Admission costs will be17EaGlieRt wl
discounted to $8 for fami- offe Ea hayride Rthat willtr-
lies, that bring at least two ofel through thetwl arkand
canned goodsto be donated ligthouhtp tacuar par ntawl
to the Salvation Army and ih pcaur Sn wl
Brevartd Shaning Centers. See LIGHT, A2


this "home team" 'is
Rayt~heon, ofAurora, Colo;
O~n Nov. 21, 2007, bobth
teams, Raytheon, on the
one hand, and
Harris /Northrop-Grum-
man, on the other, won
$160 million contracts on
Phase A; just to get started.
The Phase A award by the
Air Force's Global Position-
ing Services Wing of Los
Angeles Air Force Base, was
designed to reduce the risk
by allowing the teams to
demonstrate their capabili-
ties. i
GPS is in everything
these days; from aircraft
navigation systems to cell
phones, to the Garmin or
.Tom-Tom in your car
telling you which street to
take to avoid traffic snarls.
Hold a device fitted for it
in your~ hands, or in your


watch, and GPS tells you
precisely, where and
when you are on the face
of the earth.
Harris Corp. :and
Northrop Grumman host-
ed a coming-out partly for
their solution to a planned
upgrade to GPS controls,
Oct. 27 at Harris's customer
service center.
In attendance were out-
going U.S. Conigressmarr
Dave Weldon, Harns CEO
Howard Lance, in addition
to representatives from
both companies, and local
government officials.
Harris's Sleighton~ Mey-
ers, marketing and~ com-
m~unications manager, said
the contract aims to
revamp command and
control; i.e. programming,
See GPS, A8


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com

MELBOURNE -- ~People
from this community could
find themselves in charge
of making the next genera.
tion of Global Positioning
Systems and satellites fail.
safe all over the world.
Two local companies,
Northrop-Grumman, con-
tract lead, 'and Harris, as
subcontractor, are viorking
together on an upgrade to
the control functions of the
next ~generation of Global
Positioning Satellite sys-
tems.
Aside from getting it right
and keeping society and
national defense, on track,
also at stake is $1 billion or
more on the U.S. Air Force
contract to make it happert
The other bidder `against


Douglas L. Jackson, 51, his
brother, Reid Jackson, 45,
both of .Melbourne, alorig
wcith Barry K. Downey, 48, of
Baltimore, Md., were
involved in the business of
providing currency
exchanges across the Inter-
net.
Their company,- called E-
Gold Ltd., also Gold and Sil-
ver Reserves, Inc., continues
to operate through its
address at 175 E. Nasa Blvd.,
Suite' 300. The, sign on the
doors reads "Omnipay."
Following a two-and-a-
half year federal mnvestiga-
tion through office's in St.
Cloud and Orlando, it was
found that some o'fthe trans-
See MONEY, A4


public information, Donald
R. Mould said, "'It gets Amer-
ica to where we want to be
going in space, in terms of
the moon and mars."
Apart from a minor glitch
- a lead technician had
failed to properly secure the
frame docking seal that
allows the end of the service
arm attached to the shuttle
to be pressurized before th~e
launch thie launch was
routine and precisely~by the
numbers, said admhinistra-
tors.
This loose white room
door was ruled out as a con-
straint to launch 10 minutes
prior to lift-off, according to
NASA records.
STS-126 is being billed as
the most advanced home
improvement in history, in
that it makes the Interna-
tional Space Station a trulyr
live-able, five-room two-
bath apartment in space,
complete with a highly
advanced water production
system.
Recycling is the key com-
ponent to the upgrades.
See LIFT-OFF, A2


By David Kearnts
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com

CALPE CANAVERAL -
space Shuttle Endeavor
cleared the tower just after
lift-off from launch pad 39
A at 7:55:39 p.m. EST on
Nov. 14, in a spectacular
nighttime launch that
NASA's Kennedy Space Cen-
ter top administrator
Michael Griffin said "so far
it's perfect. Just perfect."
The shuttle rattled sky-
wards and parted a haze in a
circle of spreading ripples.
Arching heavenward, it left
a column of smoke glowing
in the,1ight of a nearly ful
moon.
The event prompted
cheers from more than 100
off-duty employees of both
Kennedy Space Center, and
Johinson Center, who had
won a raffle to witness what
their good works helped to
create, in addition to digmi-
taries and employees on
duty in attendance.
As far as the significance
of this mission, NASA's
assistant administrator for


Weekend
starts off
with a
blast


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Space shuttle Endeavour begins its 22nd flight into space. On board are astronauts
Chris Ferguson, Eric Boe, Stephen Bow~en, Don ald Pettit, Robert Kimbrough, Heide-
marie Stefanyshyn-Piper and Sandra Magnus. The shuttle will deliver home improve-
ments to the International Space Station,


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19ELBOURNE ?Two local
businessmen and their part-
ner from Baltimore werd
scheduled to be sentenced
Nov. 20, after pleading guiilty
earlier this year to charges
related to money laundering
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"j{'S nOt about being single-niinded. You have
to be able to talk to the public, (and) handle
robotics or space walks. "

Janice Voss
Astronaut


ion enable the station's mas-

oiel ire::::' to maxi z
the capture of energy giving
sunlight, according to 26-
year old Boeing engineer
Eliott Tarik, who designed
much of the array joint's
fixes,
Both are to be lubricated
by the crew during one of
four scheduled spacewalks,
according to NASA docu-
mentation.
The crew includes Heide-
marie Stefanshyn-Piper,
Shane Kimbrough, both
mission specialists; Eric
Boe, pilot; Chris Ferguson,
commander; Steve Bowen,
Sandra Magnus and Donald
Pttit, also mission specil-

Ms. Magnus will join the
ISS, Expedition 18 crew, and
Endeavor yvill return Flight
Engineer Greg Chamitoff to
earth. '
Just prior to launch astro-
naut Janice Voss, 51, a five-
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For Bob Preston, 56, a
safety officer from Titusville,
the call to working with
shuttle missions came
through growing up a few
miles from the launch pads.
Mr. Preson has worked in
and around the launch facil-
ities for either NASA, USBI
or USA in the capacities of
safety or quality assurance
since 1982.
"I'd like to see them keep

io or plitt siaoisnt debedue,
Mr. Preston said.
During a post-launch
press conference, much the
same was said by KSC direc-
tor Michael Griffin.
'Mr. Griffin was asked by
journalists about the gap
between the waning shuttle
program and Ares and Orion
vehicles, and expected job
losses.
"I've asked for two studies
to minimize that gap," Mr.
Griffin said.
"I think we can pull in
Orion a little and Ares a lit-
tle," Mr. Griffin said.
"We are ready to tackle
that issue head on," he said.
For updates on the current
shuttle mission, visit,
http:/ /www.nasa.gov/mis-
sion pages/shuttle/ shuttle-
missions/ sts 126/index.html


nervousness.
"Astronauts are great at
routine," she said, adding
that most prer-flight jitters
are removed by a full-blown
dress rehearsal, three weeks
prior to launch. .
"You get into your suits,
take the van out to the pad,
all this stuff going on, same
voices, same people. That
was when I had all the but-
terflies... So by the time it
comes to launch day, for me

it troenaus ui first grade ,
teachers, do not come into
this life with the "'right stuff"
to do their jobs so much as
make it from scratch, from
within themselves, she said.
Ms. Voss, is a native of
Rockford, Ill. with a PhD in
aeronautical engmneermng
from MIT, after gaining her
bachelors in engineering
science at Purdue.
Ms. Voss said a person
who wishes to achieve great
things like being an astro-
naut or being a first grade
teacher has to be in state of
constant self preparation
and adaptability.
"It's not about being sin
gle minded. You have to be
able to talk to the public,
handle robotics, or space
walks. You want people with
broad skill sets," she said of
what the astronaut corps is


donate all of the admission
costs for the Lightfest and
registration fees for the 5K
race to more than a dozen
local charities, including
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central
Florida, Space Coast Marine
Institute and The Yellow
Umbrella on Merritt Island.
"WVe encourage everyone'
to come on out and gear up
for the holiday season," Mr.
Dhotre said.
Space Coast Lightfest will
be Nov. 25 through Dec. 28
at Wickham Park, 2500 Park-
way Drive, Melbourne. Open
6-9 p.m. on weel 10 p.m. on weekends and
holidays. Cost is $10 or $8
with two canned goods. Sea-
son pass is $35.
The 5K Run will be Nov. 23
at 6 p.m. at Wickham Park.
For information, call (321)
759-5395, or visit spacecoast-
lightfest.corn.


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be on-site Monday and
Wednesday evenings and
Hispanic Santa will be on-
site Dec. 4.
The Space Coast Lightfest
is one of Eau Gallie Rotary
Club's largest fundraisers
and takes nearly three
months of preparation and
more than 200 volunteers to
create.
"There are so many peo-
ple who come together t
make this event a reality,"
said 6hacr~Ihotre, Eau Gallie
Rotary Club's president-
elect and. chairman of the
2008 Space Coast Lightfest.
"It allows the community to
get into the holiday spirit
and us to assist our many
organizations and give back
to those in need."
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Water from urine: recycled.
Water from condensation:
captured, filtered and
reused.
The life sustaining sys
tems were relying on older
technology which requires
more maintenance and
throw-away scrubbing sys-
tems. But with the new
water reclamation module
being brought to the space
station, added to the oxygen
generation system sent up
by Discovery in 2006, those
systems will be replaced
with more advanced ones in
an entire package of lif~esus-
taining capabili ices.
This will enable the space
station to up its human car-
rying-capacity from three to
six astronauts by the spring
of 2009.
The Boeing Company also
sent up an advanced fix to
one of the station's ailing
starboard Solar .Alpha
Rotary Jomnt (SARJ), making
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Republicans won a large
share of seats in the general
election, and voters will see
a mix of new and familiar
faces on many local govern-
ing boards.
In the U.S. Representative,
District 15 race, Republican
Bill Posey was selected the
winner with .113,399 votes,
or 54.62 percent of the vote,
over Democrat Stephen
Blythe and no-party candi-
dates Frank Zilaitis and
Trevor Lowing.
Mr. Blythe received 80,836
votes, or 38.94 percent of the
vote; Mr. Zilaitis received
11,262 votes, or 5.42 percent;
and Mr. Lowing received
2,116 votes, or 1.02 percent. .
"I look forward to serving
with all the members of
Congress both new and
old, Republican and Democ-
ra 'a Mr. Posey said in a news
In the race for U.S. Rep.,
District 24, Democrat
Suzanne Kosmas received
52.42 percent of the vote
with 35,523 votes. Republi-
can Tom Feeney received
45.57 percent of the vote
with 30,878 votes and no-
party candidate Ghauray
Bhola received 2.01 percent
of the vote with 1,364 votes.
The State Senate, District
24 seat was won by Republi-
can Thad Al~tman, who
received 92,793 votes, or
60.72 percent of the vote.
Democrat Kendall Moore
received 60,034 votes, or
39.28 percent.
Republican Ralph Poppell
won the State Rep., District
29 seat after receiving 29,485
votes, or 56.41 percent of the
vote. Democrat Wes
McCarville received 22,785
votes, or 43.59 percent.
Republican Ritch Work-
man won the State Rep., Dis-
trict 30 race with 46,218
votes, or 53.78 percent of the
vote, over Democrat Amy
Tidd, who received 39,728
vdtes, or 46.22 percent.


Mr. Workman said he was
elected because voters are
looking for smaller govern-
ment and less spending.
"I think Brevard County is
screaming to give us back
our conservative principals,
and I think I was part of
that," Mr. Workman said.
In the State Rep., District
31 race, Republican John
Tobia received 48,258 votes,
or 95.44 percent of the vote,
to defeat a write-in candi-
date, who received 2,308
votes, or 4.56 percent.
Republican Steve Crisaful-
li received 33,662 votes, or
55.66 percent of the vote, to
defeat Democrat Tony Sasso,
who received 26,811 votes,
or 44.34 percent, for the
State Rep., District 32 seat.
Mr. Crisafulli said the keys
to his win were "sticking to
the issues, staying away
from the negative cam-
paigning and constantly
tal igp abet ohng d a
basis."
Brevard County Sheriff
Jack Parker, a Republican,
was re-elected after receiv-
ing 181,942 voths, or 66..18
percent of the vote, over
Deinocrat Gary Young, who
received 92,988 votes, or
33.82 percent. .
"We felt good about the
campaign from the very
beginning because we were
surrounded by so many
wonderful, hardworking and
positive people," Sheriff
Parker said.
Republican Jim Ford was
re-elected as Brevard County
property appraiser, receiving
135,552 votes, or 50.35 per-
cent of the vote, over Demo-
crat Larry Hughes, who
received 133,681 votes, or
49.65 percent.
In the race for Brevard
County Tax Collector,
Republican Lisa Cullen
received 57.45 percent of the
vote with 153,979 votes.
Democrat Laura Dils
received 42.55 percent of the
vote with 114,035 votes.
"I've always been out-


spent but I can't be out-
worked," Ms. Cullen said.
"Now I need to review the
budget and see where we
need to go. I'll look at the
operation from top to bot-
tom and make it more effi-
cient."
Republican Lori Scott beat
Democrat Frank C. Grieco
and no-party candidate
Frank Buckoski for the seat
of Brevard County Supervi-
sor of Elections. .
Ms. Scott `won with
149,899 votes, or 56.37 per-
cent of the vote. Mr. Grieco
received 91,113 votes, or
34.26 percent, and Mr. Buck-
oski received 24,913 votes, or
9.37 percent.
In the County Commis-
sion, District 1 race, Democ-
rat Robin Fisher won with
"24,478 votes, or 47.03' per-
cent of the vote. He defeated
Republican J. Roger Shealy,
who received 24,170 votes,

14ia 4candid IIen D vs
who received 3,395 votes, or
6.52 percent. .
In the ~County C~ommis-
sion, District 3 race, Republi-
can Trudie 'Infantini won
with 26,779' votes, or 51.20
percent of the vote, over
Democrat Ed Geier, who
received 25,521- votes, or
48.80 percent. .
In thie County Commis-
sion, District 5 race, Republi-
can Andy Anderson won
with 37,067 votes, or 95.59
percent of the -vote, ~over
1,710 write-in votes, ~or 4.41;
percent of the vote.
In the Brevard County
School Board, District 4 race,
Karen Henderson won w~ith
33,138 votes, or 58.51 per-
cent of the vote, over Gary
Shiffrin, who received 23,496
votes, or 41.49 percent.
In the race for the Brevard
County School Board, Dis-
trict 5 seat, Andrew Ziegler
won with 25,030 votes, or
52.74 percent of the vote. He
defeated Stuart Rowan, who
received 22,432 votes, or
47.26 percent.
"I hope to make sure the


district continues to be the
best in the state, continues
to get better, provides
opportunities to all students
and makes sure we are as
consistent as possible
throughout the district," Mr'
Ziegler said.
In the race for District 5
Port Authority Commission-
er, Republican Malcolm
McLouth won after receiving
63,996 votes, or 56.98 per-
cent of the vote. Democratic
opponent Peter NicholS
received 48,311 votes, or
43.02 percent.
In .the race for Cape
Canaveral City Council, Bob
Hoog was re-elected after
receiving 2,154 votes, or
28.02 percent, of the vote.
Betty Walsh will joih the
council after receiving 2,116
votes, or 27.53 percent of the
vote.
Opponent Leo Nicholas
received 1,302 votes, or 16.94
poercaen n orpp vent 1,h
votes, or 15.10 percent; and
opponent Jack Olive
received 954 votes, or 12.41
Percent.
In the race for mayor of
Cocoa, Michael Blake- was
re-elected with 4,868 votes,
..or 66.12 percent of the vote.
Opponents David Golding
received 1,964 votes, or 26.68
percent, and Dontavious
Smith received 530 votes, or
7.20 percent.
Jake Willams Jr. was re-
elected to the Cocoa City
:Council. District2 seat after
receiving 769 votes, or 57.86
percent of the:rote. Oppo-
nent "A. 'Dora JTackson
received 560 votes, or 42.14
percent.
In the Cocoa City Council,
District 3 race, Pat McCrary
was re-elected with 1,160
votes, or 52.13 percent of the
vote.
Opponent Charles Love
received 1,065 votes, or 47.87
percent.
In the race for Indialantic
mayor, David Berkman won
See ELECTIONS, A7


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Bill Cunningham, Secre-
tary of the Economic Devel-
opment Commission of
Florida's Space Coast and
senior partner of Business
Advisors International, lists
himself as point-of-contact
for E-Gold in the posts-
"I am working with them,"
Mr.C~unningham said of E-
Gold on Nov. 12, declining to
specify further as to his rela-
tionship with E-Gold.
The posting http:/blog.e-
gold.com/press releases/ touts
E-Gold's securing a firm to
create software to help agen-
cies track money launderers
and other criminals.
Another post touts E-
Gold's successful appeal in
court to prevent asset
seizures that would have
reduced their cash to legally
defend themselves.
In another, E-Gold claims
to have aided in "hundreds"
of law enforcement investi-
gations, but that those good
works have gone unnoticed
and unheralded.
Mr. Cunninigham said the
posts were written for the
most part by "Dr. Jackson"
and dueys scribe the com-
To these postings, "...the
Department declines com-
ment," said DOJ spokes-
woman Laura Sweeney on


Nov. 11.
Barry Pollack, attorney for
Mr. Downey said, "Mr.
Downey pleaded guilty to a
charge of improperly operat-
ing a money transfer busi-
ness in the (Washington)
D.C. area. Many of the cus-
tomers were in the area. All
the charges related to
alleged money laundering
were dropped," Mr. Pollack
said, adding that his client
may have been unaware of
the need to secure proper
licensing in order to oper-
ate.
Mr. Pollack said it was his
understanding that the
businesses would comply
with the rulings and contin-
ue o erating
tIndeed th dlanguageto
company up to increased
scrutiny from federal regula-
tors as long as it remains in
business.
Neither. Douglas Jackson
nor Reid Jackson could be
contacted at the firm on
NASA Boulevard for com-
ment.

ed tht aprns nqiet tet
firm come in the form of an
e-mail, which can be found
on the Web log previously
listed.


panies, E-Gold, and Gold and
Silver Reserves Inc., in the
initial indictment.
According to the release
the company enabled cus-
tomers, who had provided
only an email address, and
no other contact informa-
tion, to convert currencies
from many nations into elec-
tronic cash, or "E-Gold"
secured by an amount of gold


bullion in storage.
Problems arose when the
company failed to follow
policies for overseeing
accounts for criminal activity,
according to the document.
The company then
became "the highly-favored
method" for anonymous
criminals looking to transfer
funds, according to the DOJ
release of April 27, 2007.
"Douglas Jackson and his
associates operated a sophis-
ticated and widespread inter-
national money remitting
business, unsupervised and
unregulated by any entity in
the world..." said U.S. Attor-
ney Jeffrey A. Taylor. "Not sur-
prisingly, criminals of every
stripe gravitated to E-Gold as
a place to move their money
with impunity."
"Every stripe" included
"...child pornography dis-
;tributors, identity thieves,
online scammers and other
criminals," said Assistant
Attorney General Alice S.
Fisher.
According to a 'press
release of July 21, this year, E-


Gold, and its three principal
directors each pleaded guilty
to reduced criminal charges
relating to the case, in
exchange for continued
cooperation with federal
authorities.
At the sentencing yester-
day, coming after press time,
the company faced amaxi-
mum fine of $3.7 million for
money laundering.
Douglas L. Jackson faced a
possible prison sentence of
up to 20 years, in addition to
a fine of $500,000 on charges
of money laundering.
Mr. Downey and Reid Jack-
son each faced a maximum
of five years in prison and a
fine of $25,000 stemming
from the charge of engaging
in a business of money trans-
mission without a license.
The charges of money laun-
dering against these defen-
dants were dropped in the
plea agreement,
But E-Gold, through Dou-
glas L. Jackson, and several
defenders, has come outwih
Web logs explaining E-Gold's
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CRIMELIN\E. (800) 423-TIPS


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
surned innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a
court oflaw.
Melbourne Police

Department
*Patrick Todd Carney, 34,
of 435 Michigan Ave., Indi-
alantic, was charged Nov. 7
writh grand theft.
*Sharon Evette Colbert,
L3, address unknown, was
charged Nov. 7 with prosti-
tution/1ewdness involving a
motor vehicle. and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
*Sandra Kay Haminon,
43, address unknown, was
Charged Nov. 7 with uttering
a forged instrument, grand
tieft and on an out of coun
tr warrant.
*Joyce Santos Kurtz, 50,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 7 with prosti
tution/lewdness involving a
motor vehicle.
*Kamran Raza Qureshi,
1B, of 981 Stratford Place,
Melbourne, was charged
N~ov. 18 with driving under
the influence, possession of
a controlled substance and
.possession of drug para-
ph~ernalia.
*Steven Lee Zimmerman,
41, of 212 Elm St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 7
Smith possession of cocaine
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
* Sean Gilbert Didonato,
21, of 565 W. Ford Circle,
M~elbourne, was charged
N~ov. 8 with on-site violation
of probation/violation of
community control and
possession of cannabis.
Thierry Joel Lettiere, 20,
o' 201 School Road, Ihdian
Barbour Beach, was
charged Nov. 8 with grand
th~eft.
*Dina M. Mohamed, 18,
oi 3826 Mount Carmel Lane,
N~elbourne, was charged
N~bv. 8 with grand theft.
*Timothy Daniel Vinson,
25, of 201 School Road, Indi-


an Harbour Beach, was
charged Nov. 8 with grand
theft and two courts of on-
site violation of
probation/violation of com-
munity control.
*Stephen Leroy Walton,
27, of 3415 Henry St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 8
with resisting arrest without
violence, battery and three
counts of on-site violation
of probation/violation of
community control-
onathan David Buxton,
22, address unknown, was
charged Nov. 10 with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance.
*Anita Lee Cofelice, 42, of
2191 N. Smathers Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 11 with child neglect.
*Damien Carjon Hardi-
son, 22, of 505 Reddick St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 11 with possession of
cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia and
possession of a controlled
substance.
*Mark Palmer Krancer, 24,
of 716 Comanche Ave~., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 11
with trafficking a controlled
substance, possession of
drug paraphernalia, felony
possession of a controlled
substance while in physical
control of a motor vehicle
and two counts of posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
*Eugene Mill, 75, of 473
Peregrine Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Nov. 11 with
lewd/lascivious exhibition.
Antony Roger, 18, of 766
Corona Ave. N.E., Palm Bay,
was charged Nov. 11 with
armed robbery with a dead-
ly weapon, using/displayp
ing/carrying a concealed
weapon firearm/weapon
and resisting arrest without
violence. .
*Michael L. Conklin, 29,
of 2321 Allan Adale Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 12 with driving under
the influence, refusal to take
a breath test, resisting arrest
without violence and as a


habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
.*Nicole Frances Demars,
23, of 4144 G~rand Meadows
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 12 with driv-
ing under the influence,
escape, possession of drug
paraphernalia and resisting
arrest without violence.
*Tammy Lynn Esquivel,
31, of 726 Corinne Ave. S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged Nov.
12 with fleeing/attempting
to elude a police officer and
on-site violation of proba-
tion/violation of communi-
ty control.
*Frank W~allace Kind Jr.,
41, of 2062 Cedar wood
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 12 with bat-
teryr-domestic violence.
*Abrin Wymon King, 18,
of 1767 Steele St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
12 with possession of a
firearm/concealed weapon
by a convicted felon.
Antiwon Lamont Prayer,
25, of 7322 Stone St., No. 3,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 12 with aggravated
assault, battery-domestic
violence and two counts of
on-site violation of proba-
tion/violation of communi-
ty control.

West Melbourne
Police Department

*Pedro Santos, 66, of
1927 Radmor Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
10 with not having a driver's
license, refusal to sign cita-
tion and felony failure to
appear,
oshua Kenneth Cooper,
24, of 1976 Southland Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 12 with robbery, crimi-
nal. mischief, three counts
of petty theft and three
counts of battery.
Donna Lynn Radar, 41,
of 1127 Swan St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
12 as an accessory after the
fact and with battery.


charged Nov. 8 with posses-
sion of cannabis and posses-
sion of cannabis with intent
to sell.
ason R. Himmelfarb, 32,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 8 with grand
theft.
*Clifford McWilliams, 32,
address unknqwn, was
charged Nov. 8 with violation
of probation.
*Eugene H. Norberg, 21, of
311 Tulip Lane, Melbourne,
was charged Nov. 8 with
grand theft.
*Frances E. Carew, 45,
address, unknown, was
charged Nov. 9 with battery-
domestic violence and
aggravated battery-domestic
violence.
*Dennis Miark Dowding,
38, of 102 Butler St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 9
with trespass-propertyr, giv-
ing a false name and two
counts of violation of proba-
tion.
Darrius Antonio Johnson,
26, of 617 Ryoland St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 9
with felony failure to appear.
*Robert WVayne Mack-
iewicz, 27, of 4955 Pigeon
Plum Circle, Il~ielbourne, was
charged Nov. 9 with violation
of probation,
fleeinglattempting to elude a
police officer and not having
a motorcycle license.
*Philip Earl Blain, 53, of
1568 Caribbean Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 10
with driving under the influ-
ence and refusal to take a
breath test.
*Bobby Lee Culler, 20, of
1780 Steele :St., Melbourne,


was charged Nov. 10 with
Felony failure to appear, pos-
session of cocaine, posses-
sion of cocaine with intent to
sell, possession of cannabis,
possession of drug parapher-
nalia and resisting arrest
without violence.
*Richard Lee Fisher, 51, of
1560 Vista Lake Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 10
with violation of probation.
*Michael James Gillespie,
60, address unknown, was
charged' Nov. 11 with
lewd/1ascivious exhibition.
*Michael Eugene Barnes,
26, address unknown, was
charged Nov. 12 with fraudu-
lent use of a credit card and
grand theft.
*Tamera Marie Coleman,
24, address unknown, was
charged Nov. 12 with felony
failure to appear.
-*David Wayne Singletary,
44, address unknown, was
charged Nov. 12 with posses-
sion of cocaine and tamper-
ing with evidence.
oshua Maurice Turman,
27, of 2610 Fox Run Tr~ail,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 12 with failure to
appear-traffic and posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
*Kimberly Willis, 35, of 309
Patrick Circle, Melbourne,
was charged Nov. 12 with
fraudulent use of a credit
card, forgery, uttering a
.forged instrument and two
counts of grand theft.
*Erich Matthew Wolfe, 32,
of 86 Irwin Ave., No. 6, West
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 13 with violation of pro-
bation.


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*Michael E Brooks, 48,
address unknown, was
'charged Nov. 7 with violation
of probation,
Jhn Scott Chalmers, 36,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 7 with violation
of commnunityr control.
*John Toseph Dzwonkows-
ki, 31, of 1809 Aurora Park
Circle, No. 31, Melbourne,
was charged Nov. 7 with vio-
lation of probation.
*Delaney L. Fielder, 25,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 7 with felony
failure to appear and viola-
tion of probation.
*Chad Michael Grant, 24,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 7 with aggra-
vated stalking.
oshua Aaron Mackey, 19,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 7 with aggra-
vated assault, assault and
criminal mischief.
*Andrew Mitchell Powers,
47, of 2283 Canterbury Lane,
`Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 7 with violation of pro-
bation.
ames Lamont Dobbs, 25,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 8 with failure to
appear-traffic, misdemeanor
failure to appear and two
counts of felony failure to
appear.
*Ronald Ojay Flanders, 33,
of 810 E. Cedar Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 8
with possession of cocaine.
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Got something to say?
Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

(321) 242-1276
or e-mail breenews @hometownnewsol com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.


Get soldiers to safety
If the government really wanted to do anything, they would
stop the war and save $10 billion a month. They could use Air
Force One, a vacation resort airplane, to bring home the sol-
diers, especially the ones in the worst part of Iraq.
The increase that the Congress and president took, when
they doubled the salaries before President (George W.) Bush
took office, is ridiculous. They should give that back. Nobody
should double their salary and then run the country into ruin.
The quicker we get our soldiers into safety, the better. You
can't win that war.

Kudos to Elliott

Re: Rev. Scott Elliott's Amendment 2 violates Jesuls' core
teachings. How refreshing and encouraging. That article is a
real demonstration of someone who has the courage of his
convictions. .
Most Christians (whom) I kcnow would never attend his
church. I assume he also preaches against racism. What a
small lock he must have.

Clean up graffiti
This is a rant regarding the graffiti up and down A1A. Please,
please, as a business owner or business renter, you must
remove any graffiti as soon as possible. Don't let those losers
win, by seeing livhat they call "artwork" plastered all over our
city.
If you don't own the building, cover it up anyway. The dam-
age is already done and you couldn't make it any worse. I real-
ize some of you have a lease agreement; however, you are not
"remodeling." Most importantly, take a picture before you
paint over the graffiti, so that the management/owner can see
what you were doing. Paint over it as soon as possible and
then call the management/owner and let them know. Leav-
ing this graffiti on for more than 24 hours is not a good idea. If
it's gang-related, they are marking their territory. We get (more
than) 1.5 million visitors a year and we don't want them to see
that. It's not good for business. As a resident, I think it makes
our city look bad. Let's work together to remove unwanted
material on our buildings. I seriously doubt you will be asked
to vacate thie building before your lease is up because you cov-
ered up graffiti. They want and need your money. T~Iake that
extra step, even if it's "not your job." It's our city and, working
together, we can keep it beautiful for all to enjoy.

All for fun but...

I'm all for fun. Always have been. I find some things have
been degraded outrageously.
SThe marriage act. This was always held in high esteem.
By today's standard, in the movies and TV (the act) has
become a nude, sexual experience. I wonder if the so-called
actress and actors would want their children to watch them
perform in those episodes. Or in school, children talk about
the exploits. What are these parents thinking about? Talk
about Sodom and Gomorrah. The programs are promoting
divorce and adultery. How base can they go? Can't anyone
stop the stupidity?

People forget
I am glad to be a part of history. I remember the race wars
back in the 1960s in NewYor-k.
I have learned that people seem to forget that we are of the
human race and there are no races that really separate us.
Now we have the first African-American president and I am
very glad to have voted for him. It is time this country
changes for the best and I believe he will do it.

YOu missed the sookS

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to have Stuart Ferguson, Jillian Burghardt and Erin Keller tak-
ing care of the Rossetter Historical House. It was through their
efforts, and a handful of volunteers, that, for Halloween, chil-
dren of the neighborhood were able to experience a carefree
"ole' fashioned" Halloween.
To make sure that all the visitors experienced the various
prepared Halloween facets, Stu and his helpers prepared a
beautiful coloring guidebook that contained a scavenger hunt
map that was given to everyone entering the scavenger hunt.
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taxpayers should be burdened with that added expense.

Return to live lottery drawing
To the person who wrote in about the Florida lottery: Im
upset about the Florida lottery, too. I've been looking and
looking for a live drawing. Sometimes the paper that prints
the numbers is wrong. The lottery does not have a live drawi-
ing anymore. I would like to see it (returned).

Don't knock

I am so fed up with the Jehovah's Witnesses knocking on axy
door. I have told them several times not to come to my homse.
I put up a "no soliciting" sign on my door, to no avail. they iay
they aren't selling anything. I have my own religion and un
not into theirs.
This morning, sitting in a T-shirt on my couch, one camt to
my front door and looked into my window. I asked her if the
couldn't read, as I have done with all the others. The sane
story "I'm not selling anything." I told her she's trying to ]ell
her religion to me and I am not interested. She said, "I'll jlst
leave this in your door." I yelled at her "No!" and to go awvay.
My yard gets littered enough with their junk, let alone leavng
more when I'm home.
-~After she-leftS- Iwent to pi ck up the (paper) and I got reply
upset. She left a trail of oil on my driveway from her tan-col-
ored car for my grandkids to play in,
I wonder if they'd be so quick to clean up their mess. I
thought to put a larger sign on my door, "No Jehovah's Wiit-
nesses," but, apparently, the ones (who) stop here can't raid.
Maybe their energy should be put into learning how to read
instead of bothering people while they're resting.
I'm sure if someone wanted to jomn their group, they wor1d
look in the phone book or look for their expensive temple.
When you find them, do tell them to stop bothering those
who aren't interested.

Where were spectators?

I just returned home after participating in the Melbourne
Veterans Day Parade Saturday Nov. 8. The lack of s ectat~rs
was a disgrace and the people of the Melbourne, Palm 3ay
and surrounding areas should be ashamed of themselves.
Everyone has been running around pounding their
chests about voting and patriotism.Whrat they seem to foiget`
is they wouldn't have these rights if it wasn't for the veterans
who have served and are currently serving this country.
How difficult would it be to show some respect and attend
a parade for one hour?

Abortion saved my life

In 1958, I was raped and had an unwanted child but I wras
deemed an abortion. My parents wanted to keep my baby but
they were alcoholic and very Christian. Luckily, I adopted out
my child. I began drinking like my family.
Later, birth control didn't work, so I got pregnant, again,
Fortunately, I had an abortion and I felt so good. The U.S.
Constitution is part of separation of church (and) state so that
women (have) the right to abortion.
After all my problemS, I got sober now for (more than) 30
years. I am an atheist and I believe in abortion. I love the U.S.
Constitution. Now, I am a very happy, hard-working person,
thanks to an abortion and sobriety.
Editor's note: According to www.wikipedia.org, the laws in
the United States regarding abortion are as follows: "The cur-
rent judicial interpretation of the U.S. Constitution regard ng
abortion in the United States, following the Supreme Co~ur of
the United States'sl19731landmark decision in Roe v. Wade, dad
subsequent companion decisions, is that abortion is legal u
may be restricted by the states to varying degrees. "

Help thy neighbor
To "Sick and tired" of seeing garbage containers:
Perhaps you should go to the offending neighbors and offer
your help, since this is such a great source of irritation for you.
I'm sure you'll find there are many who may be too old or
infirmed to take care of it themselves. My mother is one such
person. She is too old and frail to take care of this chore, arid
must rely on me. I often leave for work before the sun comes
up and finish way after your 8 p.m. deadline. You may find that
there are people arourgi you who would be so grateful for your
aSSistance; the single parent working long hours or two jobs,
the elderly, your neighbor, too sick from chemotherapy to be
concerned.
Instead of stewing over such a minor issue from the comfort
of yur livun room, it may behoove you and your neighbors if
yo ln hn.
Furthermore, perhaps you should count your blessings that
the irritation in your life is something as simple as a garbage
can,
See RANTS, A7


they'd experience a scavenger hunt trail, haunted cemetery,
Mystery fishing pond, mystic card-reading fortune teller and a
ghost tour of the Rossetter House. In addition, all visitors were
shown the history of Halloween and could munch homemade
toffee balls while sipping apple cider. Oh yes, and who could
foret Stu's mother as she thrilled children with quiet table


Reduce trash pick-up
Due to the high cost of fuel, gasoline and diesel, waste
management should reduce garbage and trash pick-up to
one day a week. Also, trees and vegetation pick-up should be
once every 10 days.
These fuel and labor savings should reduce the cost of
pick-up service to its customers. This would reduce our
dependency on foreign oil imports. .

Change TV sports programming
I surely love TV and the programs (that) I watch and enjoy,
as do thousands and thousands of other folks. (During the)
weekends, there (are) so many baseball, basketball and foot-
ball games. Good it is, but when you are giving to others who
truly enjoy these games both men and women why not use
some of the other channels to put these wonderful games that
are so important to those of you who watch them? .
There are many seniors who would appreciate watching
their programs that are usually on at that time. Games could
be shown on special channels, like 44, 60, etc.

Opposed to amendment
In response to (the) Rev. Scott Elliott: I am indeed surprised
by his opposition to Amendment 2.
As he accurately states, Amendment 2 reads:
"Inasmuch as a marriage is the legal union of only one man
and one woman as husband and wife, no other legal union
that is treated as marriage or the substantial equivalent there- ,
of shall be valid or recognized."
L~et's be clear about the fact that Amendment 2 does only
one thing. It defines marriage as the union of one man and
one woman. The Flonida Supreme Court has ruled that
Amendment 2 concerns the singlee subject" of marriage and
simply takes the existingg state marriage law" and places it
into the constitution having similar effect.
Certainly (the) Rev. Elliot has a right to oppose whatever he ~
wishes. My concern is his appeal to the Bible to make his opin
ion somehow seem credible before God, which it is not.
Amendment 2 in no way violates Jesus' core teachings
regarding love. Jesus taught that loving one's neighbor is to be
demonstrated in the context of a much greater love. He taught
that we are to love God unresenredly with every-aspect of our
being. He further taught that obedience toward God is the only
credible demonstration of love for Him. According to Bible
software New International Version, published by Zondenran
Publishing, copyright 1984 Jesus says in Matthew 19:4-5:
"Haven't you read," he replied, "that at the beginning the
Creator 'made them male and female,' and said, 'For this rea-
son a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his
wife, and the two will become one flesh? '
Amendment 2 is in full agreement with Jesus' teaching on
love and marriage.
I'm not quite sure how the relationship between Joseph and
Mary would be hurt by Amendment 2, which, of course, would
not recognize them as married at the time Mary conceived
Jesus. They were betrothed (engaged.) You state that as a pas-
Stor, you have a lot of-trouble with that type of harm. As a fellow
pastor, I must ask 0u,cwhere is thethami (r)sEp s of mny
unions that are not "of only one man and one woman." The
examples you give are of men in Old Testament times (who)
had several wives. Are you endorsing polygamy? The Bible
does discuss these relationships, but gives us no indication
that God validates them, as I'm sure you must realize. Your
concern seems to be for the homosexual community, yet you
give no Biblical examples of homosexual relationships. Why
(not)?
Amendment 2 is not about prohibiting homosexuality in
America. It is about preserving and defining traditional mar-
riage. The Bible and Jesus very clearly present marriage' as
between only one man and one woman.
SI find Amendment 2 to be in full compliance with Jesus'
teaching regarding marriage and therefore have just voted yes
On Amendment 2.
Editor's note: Amendment2 passed during the Nov. 4 general
election.

What's goin ony .
I am Very glad to hear that TV Channel 9 is investigating
What is going on between Caycee Anthony and her attorney,
Jose Biaz. For some time, I have had questions such as: what
WRS going on in his office every day for so many hours and
what did she carry mn that huge backpack? How is he being
paid? To be sure, the family does not have that kind of money.
Spending all that time on Caycee Anthony's case, how does he
have time for other cases? To find a jury that has not heard of
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"I had strong, viable opponents, but
at the end, the (residents) knew who
they wanted," he said. "I thank all my
supporters, and God bless them."
In the Palm Bay City Council, Seat 3
race, Michele Paccione won after
receiving 12,955 votes, or 35.91 percent
of the vote.
Opponents Grace White received
12,821 votes, or 35.54 percent, and
Bruce Wechsler received 10,299 votes,
or 28.55 percent.
Palm Bay Mayor John Mazziotti ran
unopposed for re-election.
In the Satellite Beach City CouncH
race, Michael Chase won with 3,334
votes, or 37.78 percent of the vote. He
defeated Jeffrey Fleis, who received
2,885 votes, or 32.69 percent of the
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re ive d1b,90M o ea, Jo 59.2 n rcen
of the vote. Oppoilent Andrew Whitak-
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cent.
In the West Melbourne City Counch
race, winners included incumbent Bill
Mettrick, who won a seat with 4,134
votes, at 26.44 percent of the vote, fol-
lowed by newcomer Pat Bentley, who
gained 4,089 votes, at 26.15 percent,
and Stephany Eley, who earned 3,842
votes, at 24.57 percent. Losing his bid
was Damian Wilson, with 3,571 votes,
at 22.84 percent.


with 16,427 votes, or 57.66 percent, to
Tammy Sandberg, who tallied 12,061
votes at 42.34 percent.
District 3 incumbent Kathy Meehan
kept her seat with 17,844 votes, or 60.85
percent, fending off contenders, former
city council member Pat Poole, with
7,778 votes at 26.52 percent; and Mer-
rill Robertson, who tallied 3,702 votes
at 12.62 percent of the vote.
Melbourne Mayor Harry Goode ran
unopposed, and new council member
Molly Tasker, District 5, also ran unop-
posed.
A new mayor was elected mn the Town
of Melbourne Beach. Rita Karpie won
with 916 votes, or 52.70 percent of the
vote, beating incumbent William
Stacey, who received 822 votes, or 47.30
percent.
"I'm tremendously gratified," Ms.
Karpie said. "I now have an opportuni-
ty to effect positive change."
MIn the Mel surn Vlay e iae Sc

t d, wt 403 oe 4. percent 0rnt o
the vote.
William Capote won the Palm Bay
City Council, Seat 2 race with 11,837
votes, or 32.69 percent of the vote.
He defeated Brian Anderson, who
received 8,778 votes, or 24.24 percent;
Natasha Logan Munnings, who
received 7,900 votes, or 21.81 percent;
and James Brock, who received 7,700
votes, or 21.26 percent.
Mr. Capote said his grassroots cam-
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cials how we would like our taxpayers' money spent? We give
enough.
The animals at the South Brevard shelter need a new home
more than the residents of Brevard County need a horseless
barn. Are our elected officials going to make sure we get a new
shelter this time around?


You don't really know

Response to "Abortion cause of distress:"
You claim you are a 55-year-old woman who had an abor-
tion and are now suffering with alcoholism, drug addiction
and adultery because of it,
Maybe you would have suffered from all of these things and
more had you been given no choice but to bring a child into
the world that was a result of a horrible rape, a disgusting
incest or living in poverty with no means to care for a child.
You really don't know.
I know many women who have had abortions. In fact, one
out of every three women under the age of 45 do. They are per-
fectly fine, have moved on with their lives and, really, it's none
of anyone's business but their own.
Oh, and life does not begin at the point of conception. It
begins at the point of fetal viability.
A woman has a basic and fundamental right to control her
body. I'm sorry for the way you feel you suffered, but your case
is not the norm.


Rants
From page A6 ,
Why is it?
~As a resident, taxpayer and animal lover, I would like to kn~ow
why we spent $2 million on a horse barn at Wickham Park that
remains empty, whilst we have the South Brevard Animal shel-
ter that is falling apart.
SI wonder how many of our residents have been out to this
shelter and seen the appalling conditions we allow these poor
animals to live in, trapped 24-hours a day in a concrete cell that
provides no shelter from the cold and a roof that leaks onto
them when it rains, no sufficient medical care unless they are
being adopted out, not getting walked because the skeleton
staff are so busy and the public is not allowed to volunteer to do
We treat criminals better than this.
The elections are now over and I, for one, would like to ask
Our county commissioners how much money, if any, they are
going to allocate to this facility? When are they going to look
into the conditions an'd the people in charge who do not dare,
whose answer is to kill more, "not to allow people to foster
them until permanent homes are found." They are already
kiling up to 200 animals per week. When did we stop caring?
When are we going to demand that these uncaring people
are taken from their high-salaried positions and replaced with
people who do care? When are we going to tell our elected ofi-


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with 1,136 vote's, or 66.28 percent of the
vote, over incumbent Robert L.
Cochran, who received 578 votes, or
33 l wrk hard to ensure that what
we love about our town continues to
flourish, while being smart and effi-
cient with our taxedollars," Mr. Berk
man said.
For Indialantic Town Council, Seat 4,
Mike Borysiewicz won with 831 votes,
or 52.43 percent of the vote, over Ran-
dall Greer, who received 754 votes, or
47 7te cietn f Indian Harbour Beach,
Gene Newberry was elected to Seat 1
on the city council with 2,722 votes, or
65.24 percent of the vote, over Tim
Mu~th,p who received 1,450 votes, or
MTomarEschenberrece s rel-electted a
or 71.17 percent of the vote, to defeat
Bridget Ports, who received 438 votes,
or 28.83 percent of the vote.
In the Malabar Town' Council, Dis-
trict 3 race, Steve Rivet won with 598
votes, or 42.23 percent of the vote,
defeating Charles McClelland, who
received 527 votes, or 37.22 percent,
and Donald Krieger, who received 291
votes, or 20.55 percent.
In the Melbourne City Council race,
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Upgrades to those control
systems make it more difficult
for an enemy hostile to the
United States to jam satellite
data, thereby interrupting
"situational awareness" of
U.S. forces on the ground, or
interfering with commands
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co omuiatxos o l of thse
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where all battle elements are,
and where the enemy is, Mr.
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Such disruptions, or unin-
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worldwide scale, Mr. Meyers
said.
Ken Ernandes, systems
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salaried" local engineering
jobs to Harris employees with
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Rep. Weldon said while he
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seeing those jobs, and the
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bourne.
"It has been a pleasure to
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over theyears," Rep. Weldon
said. "You are supporting our
troops in harm's way."
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2009.
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others alittle something
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Fortunately, my poodles
and I were relieved at: 7-30
Friday evening by the sales
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the chance to enjoy the
conviviality of the people
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Music spilled forth from
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the Beatles and other '70s
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and engaged in easy
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and silver-ware clinking in
time to the band at Meg's.
Our early departure from
the festival allowed us time
to park beside the Indian
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sky and far byo nd the sea.
Like brillia t yell
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Week of 11-21-2008


Aries March 21-April 19
Life continues to move for-
ward. You have solid plans
and you consistently put
them in motion. Few people
or worldly restrictions .will
ever keep you from giving
birth and form to your ideas.
Your heart continues to help
you make responsible deai-
sions for the higher good of
all. Your ~faith and spirit are
the best reasons.

Taurus April 20-May 20
You have successfully weath-
ered the recent storms in life.
Your ideas are sound, your
direction is positive and your
focus is right. Keep releasing
old habits, attitudes or things
otdahed and Yu have, respect Oers
admire you. You are verly
valuable to ~family and assp-
diates. Life is in divine order

Gemini May 21-June 21
Keeping a lighter touch con-
tinues to pay off. Your recent
financial challenges have
helped you redefine your
financial goals. This is bring-
ing light to priorities. Put first
things first and take action
each day on your main goals.
The stronger the balance, the
easier the results. Just be
sure to ask for help when
you feel overloaded.

Cancer June 22-July 22
Your strong sense of direc-
tron has returned. You have
survived recent unplanned
changes. Worrying 'about
things that might have been
is wasted energy. Ask for
guidance from trusted asso-
ciates. There is still a lot left
to do during the holidays.
You have a superior mind
and an awesome heart. Use
them in harmony and the
universe will bless you great-
ly.

Leo luly 23-Aug. 22
Your strong sense of respon-
sibility continues to pay o~ff
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sense of inner rightness, it's
your instincts telling you that
cill is well. INever give up on
yorplans. When you
beivothers pick up on
the right feelings and want
to help you in your pursuits.
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met at a party in Rock-
ledge in 1972, the 16-
year-old girl noticed his
voice had the requisite
smooth, southern drawl.
The baritone was ideally
suited for it. The sohgs
he sang were all from the
master.
And when the master
died a few years later,
this same woman told
him perhaps what he was
already thinking.
"I said you really need
to do this," Mrs. Smmnk
said.
What is it that makes
this OK to adopt the .
persona, the image, right
down to the jumpsuits,
which are tailored and
decorated by the same
company that created
the originals?
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jumpsuit he wore; how
he came out during the
Blue Hawaii tour having
shed the weight, as if
reborn.
Live like that now, 24
hours a day, every day for
the last 32 years this -
October. Thus goes the
existence of Jack Smink
of Rockledge.
Mr. Smink has it so
bad, or so good, his
persona is a tribute to
the man called Elvis. His
wife, Karen, doesn't
mind.
"He sang to me on our
first date and he has sung
to me every night since."
His daughter Krystal
doesn't mind. She's in the
band as~ a backup singer.
H~is best friends in the
whole world don't mind;
they fill out the 13 piece
combo called Lightning


Strikes Tw~iice, playing
guitar, trumpet, trom-
bone, keyboards, drums
and base.
Fans in England,
Canada, Ecuador, don't
mind. Fans on his Web
site don't mind. Fans
across this country, and
certainly the folks who
run the M~axwvell King
Center for the Perform-
ing Arts, don't mind.
But why? Why would
you do this for a living? .
With Mr. Smink it
happened as easily as
fitting into a perfectly
tailored suit. He fell into
the role. .
H-is said his father used
to bring him to parties to
Sing to his buddies and
their wives. The King was
a favorite.
In high school, when
he and his future wife


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MELBOURNE When
you hear that music, you
can see the man's leg
shake in your mind-
It's just the: opening
guitar picks from the
song "CC Rider" going
over and over. Why does
it have that same trans-
porting effect? Why does
it take us to a time of
long white Cadillacs,
rhinestones, silver and
turquoise jewelry?
It is the concept of the
man that is so wired into
consciousness that now
just the music, and the
spasms of your own legs
hearing it, brings it all
into focus.
The cape, the genuflec-
tion at the end of the
number; the karate-sfyle


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Road, Melbourne, Saturday,
Nov. 22, at 7 p.m. Call (321)
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*Call to reserve a space for
the Big Kid Adventures trip
to MountDora, wih
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Kiwanis Island Park at 10
a.m. and returns at 10 p.m.
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*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
p~.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 through Satur-
day, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thurs-
day and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Call (321) 242-0737 or visit
ww w .bre vardart
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tory and Sciene* 2201
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Monday through Saturday


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June Havoc, will be present-
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6103 Stadium Parkway, Viera,
at 7 p.m. A story about the
marathon dances of the
1930s, the play features
swing dancing, comedy and
drama. Tickets are $10 for
adults, $8 for students. Visit
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*LoPressionism Gallery:
1010-B E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m. to
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Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and noon
to 5 p.m. Sunday. Call (321)
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*Mud Flats Pottery: 1518-
D South Babcock St., Mel-
bourne. Open Tuesday
through Saturday. Hours vary.
Call (321) 951-1310.
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*Cocoa Village Playhouse.
300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. Call
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*Henegar Center for the
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723-8698.
*Melbourne Civic Theatre:
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723-6935.
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Located at 300 Ramp Road,
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(321)676-0660.
*Rossetter House Histori-
cal Museum: 1320 Highland
Ave., 'Eau Gallie section of
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m. to
4 p.mn. Monday through Sat-
urday and 1-4 p.m. Sunday.
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Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
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noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Call
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10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday
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335 S. Washington Ave.,
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and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
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*Two Feathers Gallery:
833 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
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p.m. Monday through Satur-
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sell-out, he said.
"We have a good crowd
here. Iam really blessed
with the people in
Brevard," Mr. Smink said.
The King Center show
will have 32 popular hits
over the space of two
hours. A raffle will be
held for a gift basket
filled with memorabilia,
to benefit the cause of
fighting multiple sclero-
sis,
Tickets for the show are
first come, first serve and
will cost $38, h'e said.
SHe displayed the sult,
the rhinestones, the
turquoise and a massive
gold watch, along with
his easy charm on
Brighthouse Channel 49
during an interview with
Sharon Sevastio, giving
her one of 200 scarves he
plans to bring to the King
Center and distribute
during his two-hour
show Nov. 29.
Elaine McGavern, a
producer for the show,
said before the interview,
. What we love about him
is he is such a nice guy;
he's somebody you'd like
your family to meet."
.To see the Bright House
interview with Mr.
Smink, watch channel 49
on Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. or
Nov. 27, Thanksgiving
Day, at 6:30 p.m.
For tickets to the Nov.
29 show, call Maggie at
(321)633-4908, orthe
King Center Box office at
(321) 242-2219

For additional informa-
tion or tour dates consult
Mr. Smink's Web site at
www~jacksmink. com.


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From page BI
With the voice of an angel,
Ms. Ma ~anesan te words
Chamber Winds played the
music of Samuel Barber.
Mr.Agee's words tell the
story of his home in Knoxville
during the summer of 1915, a
time he savored with family
upon a quilt "on the rough
wet grass of the backyard"

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says "After a little, l am taken
in and put to bed. Sleep, soft
smiling, draws me unto her;
and those receive me, who
quietly treat me, as one
familiar and well beloved in
that home, but will not, oh,
will not, not now, not ever;
butwill not ever tell me wholI
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aks words speak to all of us.
No one can tell us who we
are.Wiehave tofigure that out
for ourselves.
Although I can't tell you
who you are, I can encourage
you to explore Brevard:
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10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
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From page BI
"I don't impersonate, I
pay tribute. There's a
difference," said Mr.
Smink.
"Elvis was just a regular
hard wo rking guy that
had such a big heart."
This is why we all love
Elvis, he said.
"But I'm not over here
trying to be Elvis. I'm
Jack,I know it and they
know it," Mr. Smink said.
"Elvis was a very special
person. He gave every_
thing he had."
On some level, even
the most hardened,
cynical smirker needs to
admit: We get it, and we
admire.
How much of it is pure
guts? Talent? Or love for
the master and the old
songs?
"I do this because I
love people "
"(I don't get nervous (in
front of big crowds) I get
nerirous when I can't see '
them, when the lights are
too bright "
Perhaps the most
amazing moment in his
32-year career as an
entertainer occurred
when he was invited to
do a sold-out show in
Portland, Maine; a show
that Elvis Presley had
booked but never made it
to. He had died just days
prior. Jack Smink filled in
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Additions for Thanksgiving


marshmallows, then bake
for about five minutes until
they are puffed and golden.
This is the tricky part -
they will go from puffed to
liquid in seconds.

SWEET POTATO
(YAM) CASSEROLE
(NIB)
I found this recipe in a
church Cookbook. As you
can see, it is vef~y high in fat
and cholesterol.

31arge sweet potatoes,
cooked, peeled, mashed
1/2-cup sugar
1/2-cup melted butter or
butter substitute
2 eggs, beaten
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/3-cup milk

Combine above and place
in baking dish.
TOPPING:
1 /3-cup melted butter or
butter substitute
1/2-cup flour
1 cup light brown sugar
1 cup chopped pecans
See GRAMMY, B5


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IMASH ED POTATOES
Serves 5 to 6
regular a nd low fat
5 medium-size potatoes
4 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute
Evaporated milk (regular
or skim, undiluted),
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and half
Salt and pepper
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Peel potatoes, cut in la e
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MA~RSHMALLOWS
serves 4 to 6

l use cannedsweet
potatoes, they're easier. If
you choose, you can use
fresh potatoes.

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so much fiber in this root, it's
tough to mash.
Season with salt and
pepper, add the butter, mix
and serve.

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1 large ruttabaga, peeled
and cut into small chmaks
11large potato, peeled and
culttin nledium chunks
1 tab esp opn butter or
butter substitute

It is very difficult to cut a
rutabaga. In the past, I placed
it on a cutting board and,
using a large sturdylorife and
a hammer, hammered it in
half. Now I have a wonderful
hint from one of my readers.
Place it in a plastic super-
market bag, loosely tie and
place on a microwave-safe
rack. Microwave on high, 5- to
10-minute Carefully remove
from microwave and rinse
under hot, then cold water.
The wax clings to the bag, and
the rutabaga, though it's not
cooked, is easy to peel and
cut. The smaller the chunks,
the easier it is to mash.
Place the rutabaga and
potato chunks in a pot, cover
with water, then cook until
tender, at least 20 minutes or
more. Drain. .
An old-fashioned potato
ricerr" is the best way to mash
it or you can use a food
processor. Believe me, there is


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From page B4

Combine and place over
potato mixture. Bake at 350
degrees for 25 minutes.

GERMIAN-STYLE
SPINACH
(creamed sinach)
SerVeS 4i l0W fat

My dear German Aunt
Margie introduced us to this
delicious dish. Believe it or
not, it was always low fat.

One 10-ounce package
frozen chopped spinach

1/2 small onion,/,, coarsely
chopped
S1 teaspoon butter, oil or
cooking spray
Salt and pepper to taste
Shaker flour (such as
Wondra)

Note: Shaker flour is flour
that comes in a tall round
container. It is super-fine and
can be blended into sauces
without lumping.

Cook spinach in water until
thawed. Drain well, pressing
spinach with a frktoremove
as much liquid as possible.
Reserve liquid.
,Add shortening to pan;
sautd onions until ~transpar-
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and pepper. Cook about five
minutes.
Slowly whisk in f our, a little
at a time, until mixture
thit kens. Add spinach, heat
through.

MASHED RUTABAGA
sjerves 6 to 8
16w fat

A rutabaga is large, round,
ugly, waxed, orange root
found in the produce depart-
ment. T-y this recipe. The
potato cuts the sharpness of
the vegetable. One large
rutabaga is. enough for any
bdirmeer and leftovers may be


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BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD

IN RE: The practice of contracting

RandallD Ksingute 15

Melbourne, FL 32934

CASE NO.: 2007-033387
LICENSE NO.: C1326586

The Department of Business and Professional
Regulation has -filed an Administrative Cmlit
against you, a copy of which may be obtainedby
contacting, Jamie Duran, Office of Gnrl
Counsel, Department of Business andPrfsial
Regulation, 1940 North Monroe Street, Suite 33,
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2202, (850) 487-9651.

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participate in this proceeding should contact the
individual or agency sending notice not later than
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FIMUMULCl-AAllUN
BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD

IN RE: The practice ofcontracting

John Jackson, Jr.
1800 W. Hibiscus Blvd. Suite 128 &Suite 110
Melbourne, FL 32901

CASE NO.: 2007-010330
LICENSE NO.: CO44772

Trhe Department of Business and Professional
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onatnJamie Duran, Office of General
Cone, Department of Business and
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(80487-9651.

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FodaConstruction Industry Llcensing Board.

accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
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Owner financing.
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931-788-3885
TENNESSEE Jonesbor-
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ga fireplace $49.900 no
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RUSHI 1+acre to 2acre
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Starting at $59,900. Tenn
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772-713-0942
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Friday, November 21, 2008


Hometown News


TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage Breathtak-
ing Vlews, Streams, Cab-
ins. Owner Financing,
Call 1-888-939-2968

TENNESSEE MOUN-
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& Lake View. Starting at
$990, AGsukara teedM F

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TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAINS 2 acres, breath-
taking view. Building
eracac tall shadeut es,p r-
tine property. Serenity for
Only $49,900. Owner Fi-
nancing 1-330-699-1585


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$200/down, $159/mo.
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property. Views & creeks.
Free color brochure.
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NORTH CAROLINA NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAIN Mountains Owner, says
GET-A-WAYS sell! Slashed to $84,900.
New log cabin shell on Easy to finish log cabin
1.1 wooded acres. on almost 4l acres.
$99,900. Acres Wooded with bold
mountain sparing ony stream. 1-866-738-5522
$59,900. Wae frtPERRY FLORIDA- L v-
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or call 1-877-622-2246 2 u a re s fo hme er

NOMTOH CARSINA un locate ig endT r
Easy to finish new log of Northern Florida, about
cabin shell on 1.7 acres, 50 miles east of Talla-
$89,900. 2acre-Sacre wa- hassee. Beautiful pool &
terfront homesites from patio area w/tall privacy
$99,900. Easy access fence, gazebo wlhot tub,
mountain homesites $229,000. Call (home)
$29,900-$89,900. 386-658-3378 & (cl)
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Cheerful, Ibr lball,ntel
$6ei5/moe 31-953-8 12
SATELLITE BEACH
2br/1ba., No Credit

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MELBOURNE .- Medical
Offmc e fr Rent. A va la l

required. Contact Shawn
at 321-508-7801
NORTH MELBOURNE:
US 1, Office or Retail,
2,450 sqft, 4 Private Offi-
ces, Carpet $1500/mo
321-253-3379
OFFICE ,WAREHOUSE
Grt SUNTREE location,
1200sf-3600sf. From
$900/mo. No CAM, im-
vte bth. m2aj2 9- 02pri-


4BR/3BA with pool. Block
to the beach. Rent $2000
/mo. or lease op to buy
$350,000. 321-216-1884
MELBOURNE 312/1
Encl se paorrch,U d rg

31\h2 -9775 45/4 th.
MELBOURNE 4br/2ba.
1620st $920/per month.
1st and last months rent
required C~on~tact Shawn

MELBOURNE: Nice 3/1
home in quiet area, large
screened patio, new bath/
tile/paint, wid, Irg fenced
yard, $700 mo. + deposit.
Call 321-652-3475
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
plexes & houses. Start @
$600/moNv u to $200/o.
I It,~n~cO3211-72W-77dke
PALM BAY NE: 3br/2ba
w/carport 1100sqft, off
Bianca. $775/mo
321-837-0470 Photos
domex-properties.com
PALM BAY NW, Emer-
son & Jupiter area, 3/2/2,
ew il &o newer rpl s.
11 st/sec. 321-223-870CBS

3br/2ba/2cg $790 & CBS
2br/1ba/1cg $600. No
pets. Call WVD Webb Re-
alty 321-723-3311
PALM BAY SE, 2/2/1,
Contr S tinL, u240s

curity. 321-368-5034
PALM BAY SW, 3/2/2 '
new carpet & paint., Up-
graded Appliances. No
neighbors. Near Bayside
uri.$90032mo7 -3 000

TI dVIL e31520 cg de
Nice central location
$900/mo Unfurn. Bkgrd
ck. 386-405-4539
TITUSVILLE 3BR/2BA
fenced, scrn porch, shed*
close to schools, grt
O~-4; 3213 5-9777



Move In. $650/mo, +
FIS, Utilities incl. Move in
today. 772-299-1304


MERRITT ISL blew town-
homes, 3/2.5/1cg 2,000sf
wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase $1300.
V1E450/moBE321C543- 7a7ge

VWamkm Sout G2 2
1400sqft. Close to US-1.
$975/mo 330-666-7529



COCOA 1br/1ba & 2br
11ba apts. Small pet ok,
Fenced yard, Quiet area,
$525/$625 mo. incis. wa-
ter. 321-890-8638
EAU GALLIE 2/1/1 Cen-
tral heatlair. Dishwasher'
Laundry hook-up, large
enclosed porch on
32-2-59; 65$65775o.
MELBOURNE -
1/2 OFF 1st Month rent
Historic Eau Gallie Dis-
trict. 2BR/1BAlcarport.


COCOA: Remodeled

area, 1.5Idb blocf s, torve,
$500/mo. 321.-639-3478
INDIALANTIC BEACH,

2crcea shpig8oe
Cl r321-77p9p- 982 Iv.msg
INDIALANTIC: Furn,
2br/1ba Incl King/Queen
Bed, Full kitch, PC, In-

$39w 321 7589
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
MELBOURNE 1br/1.5ba
Sun-Green 55+ comm.

525-1121 or 255-1635
MELBOURNE BEACH:
Furn Studio, Incl
King/Sofa Bed, Full kitch,
PC, Internet, Basic Elec
& TV, Utils. $899/mo or
$299/wk 3R1-E25- Ilent

nghbrh'd off US1 & Pkwy.
tannin' starting seco.
GoF ino a321 57-u2n2 1


Oal n ror RV Ila
321-255-9961 .
MELBOURNE: Clean &
Ready move in. Close to
Holmes Regional. 1br
$495, 2br $695 71407)
929-0284 R3?1 704-Ne ly

renborsate afi jnce ateP&
Garbage included. Laun-


ALOM BALYotNE 2 lo2s



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SATELLITE BEACH
2/2/1. Water, trash & pest
control Included. Close to
all schools. $700/mo. &
Ist+ last. 321-777-1024
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W. MELBOURNE pool
home w/prvt.Br/Ba. Close
to beach & shopping. Full
house privileges. $450
incl. util. 321-327-5133



HTCHINSNO leS sNaDd
#1191 big corner lot.
Waterylew, Southern
exposure. Annual $700 or
Seasoa 8 8 0 D


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P)ALMd BAY 3/2 hbme,
fnced yard, mv + th
pet ok. $450baco 1/d
heck. 321 951-3940gon
SE PALM' BAY Share
&oo le rce,incablei Oern t
2- 431uln~elghborhood.

VIERA Professional
white f 3al to hare w

en privileges. $500/mo. +
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Canaveral. Co Brokers
welcome. Call Miriam at
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MELBOURNE: 2250sqft.
Warehouse/AC & office.
Exhaust fans, intensity
lights. 1st Mo Free $1080
321-984-7070
SUNTREE: Office OR
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Wendy 321-242-4921
WEST MELBOURNE:
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nd.l lo ded,roexceleon
out, alc $13,000 oo
386-882-7352/795-4994


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1938 CHEVY street rod
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Antmrir rdon Rdce
from $22,500 to $12,000
obo 561-767-0441
CHEVY '71 Custom/10
1/2 ton, cherry & original
350 w turobmatic. 73K
total mi. since new.
$1,200 772-388-0361' -
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Excellent cond. 6 ,000K
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$6500K3 REAL 961 Ltd.
Custom 4-dr, V-6, runs
great, maintained. needs
ACCompressor. $1,000
obo 321-255-1 842
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Fun. ngpa cansh! 2-0hrs
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


BMW K100RT '85 4 cyl,
water cooled, 987CC,
45K/mi. New battery, new
windshield. $2,400/OBO
321-724-5244
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:49CC, 65 p, only has 3 JEEP GRAND Cherokee Al; M~I; lyr
mil Newmwith access. '98. 6 cyl.,Cold A/C, tow package, 47K/mi. ,
$1700 obo. No Special 80K/mi., well maintained, 8' bedliner, new brakes
lic. needed 321-674-9394 Wheel chair lift, loadedl $7500 321-258-9887
WANTED JAPANESE$3803223-3
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970190, Z100,H-9500 ON the ROAD TRAILER
000d %1GARAGE SALE? 18' diamond steel deck.
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17' BOWRIDER- almost
new Float-on trailer
70HP Evinrude. Great on
gsr. Bimini top, depth
fne.All equip ready to
go. $2700 772-778-9192
20' GODFREY Deckboat
2007 115HP Yamaha
4l-stroke. 39 running brs.
Still under warranty. Lots
of extras. Must sell for
health reasons. $22,000
386-446-6862 See photo


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24' BAHA CRUISER: 94'
240 Fisherman, Cabin,
Volvo Penta V-8, Roller-
cam. Stereo. Ready to
fish $9,500 321-271-1362
27' CHRISCRAFT 1987
KetinleExcellent C ni0
Reduced eprom $12,0001
321-633-0424
34' CRUISERS- 334
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11, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
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