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Vol. 5, No. 18 Your Local News and Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, December 12, 2008


SCAT announces
detour for trolley
As of Dec. 1, North
Atlantic Avenue will be
closed between the inter-
section of North Atlantic
Avenue and Central Boule-
vard to Ocean Woods Boule-
vard for approximately 45
days due to road construc-
tion.
The northbound trolley
will detour from its regular
route at Canaveral Boule-
vard to left on North
Atlantic Avenue to right on
Church Lane to right on
North AIA to George King
Boulevard to left on Dave
Nisbet Drive. The trolley will
turn around at Mullet Road
to George King Boulevard
and continue on its regular
route.
See BRIEF, A4


County considers Melbourne's

request for 'leap-frog' annexation


Is this the wave
of the future
or a dangerous
loophole?
By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
VIERA - Could Satellite
Beach annex areas west of
Interstate 95? Could Cocoa
leap its borders and grab
part of Merritt Island?
Brevard County Commis-
sioners have either entered
a brave new world, or
cracked the lid on Pandora's
box. It depends on your


point of view.
In a 5-0 vote Dec. 2, com-
missioners agreed to enter
into negotiations with the
� municipalities of Mel-
bourne, West Melbourne,
and Palm Bay, along with
the owners of the Platt
ranch, to consider an inter-
local service , boundary
agreement.
The agreement may
wholly or partially permit
the annexation of the Platt
family's 3,966-acre property
into the city of Melbourne,
located more than a mile
and a half away.
It would "leap-frog" over
the city ofWest Melbourne.


There is an exploit in the
current law on annexation,
amended in 2006, that
makes it legal to at least ask
the county if such moves
would be acceptable and
begin the negotiations, said
county attorney Scott Knox.
There is no limit on miles
separating such target
acquisitions, only the cur-
rent uses, Mr. Knox said.
"What's to prevent the
city of Orlando from com-
ing over here?" asked West
Melbourne resident Mark
Vorce in protest.
The county attorney did-
n't have an immediate
answer for him, nor did the


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missioners. /
The proposed service
agreement area is about already
4,000 acres, made up of the entered into
Douglas and Carlyle Platt agreements with the city of
ranch and other smaller West Melbourne, said
properties, which may have See LEAP-FROG, A2


Governor, dignitaries gather to welcome Embraer


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE - It came
down to only one locale: it
had to be Melbourne, said
Fred Curado President and
CEO of Embraer.
"Nice infrastructure, golf
courses, hotels, good real
estate, access to skilled
labor. It was a very straight-
forward decision."
Mr. Curado made the
comments ;after Embraer
broke ground on its new
150,000-square foot facility
at Melbourne International
Airport.
It is the company's first-
ever United States based
assembly plant. A customer
center will also be in the
works alongside it.
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist
joined members of the Mel-
bourne City Council, the
Brevard County Commis-
sion, the Space Coast Eco-
nomic Development Com--


mission and Melbourne
International Airport Advi-
sory Board, in welcoming
the Brazilian aircraft maker.
Embraer, for Empressa
Brasileir bills itself as the
world's largest manufactur-
er of commercial jets up to
120 seats.
The company, headquar-
tered in Sao Jose dos Cam-
pos, Brazil, has sales and
manufacturing centers in
China, France, Portugal,
Singapore and the United
States.
The move to Melbourne
will bring as many as 200
high-paying jobs over the.
course of the next few years,
Mr. Curado said.
There are no immediate
plans to open any' other
facilities around the world
at the moment,, said Mr.
Curado.
"We will take a breath and
make sure this works prop-
erly. That will be our focus,"
he said.
In his remarks to the


crowd he addressed the
world's .current economic
troubles, but reaffirmed the
company's $50 million
commitment over the next
30 years to Brevard County
and the city of Melbourne.
He noted that the compa-
ny has a strong backlog of
orders well into 2013.
Gov. Crist thanked the 20
million taxpayers of the
state of Florida who have
chipped in $8 million in
incentives to bring the
company to the state.
"This is a great, great day
for Brevard County, for
Florida," said, Gov. Crist.
"God bless Embraer."
"This is the biggest event
we have seen here outside
of the space program.
Today is the start of some-
thing magical," said Mel-
bourne mayor and Airport
board chairman Harry
Goode.
The Economic Develop-

See EMBRAER, A7


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Gov. Charlie Crist steps off a Phenom 100 jet. Gov. Crist
was among several dignataries present at a ceremony to
welcome Embraer to Melbourne.


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By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE- City
officials from Melbourne
don't think West Melbourne
officials should handle their
own water permitting
issues.
In insisting on doing so,
the Harbor City's western
namesake is essentially
making assumptions
regarding the entire 55,000-
customer system, without
understanding it complete-
ly, Melbourne officials say.
This presents a potential
in the future for health and
safety issues said Mel-
bourne deputy city manag-
er Howard Rails and Mel-
bourne city attorney Paul
Gougelman.
The men spoke at the
Dec. 2, West Melbourne City
Council meeting.
The Harbor City provides
water to eight cities south of
the Pineda Causeway up to
Palm Bay city limit-. Mr.
Rails said.
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where in the system drops
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Leap-frog
From page Al
Christy Fisher, planning
director for that city.
. Members of the West Mel-
bourne City Council, and
several city staffers, were on
hand to block the annexa-
tion, or at least have a place
at the discussion table. They
settled for the latter.
"This presents a huge
problem to our logistically-
anxious neighbor to the
east," said West Melbourne
City Councilman Mike
Hazlett. "How will govern-
-ment service be provided to
a 4,000-acre island com-
pletely removed from the
city?"
Councilwoman Stephany
Eley said, "By allowing this
you're opening a can of
worms for the entire state."
That can would include
land holders inducing bid-
ding wars - the prizes being
concessions on taxes or
zoning- before they demure
to be annexed, said Scott
Glass, West Melbourne's
consultant attorney on
annexation.
Mr. Glass said increased
conflict between communi-
ties and more litigation are
part of this new landscape.
The move comes as a
result of language in Florida
Statute 171, that allows
parcels which are not con-
nected to any city boundary
to be ushered into nearby
cities.
Melbourne's attempted
leap over the intervening
city is unprecedented, per-
haps in the history of the
state.
But Melbourne vice-
mayor John Thomas said on


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Dec. 1 that the Platt proper-
ty owners came to the city of
Melbourne,, seeking annexa-
tion after reviewing the
availability of services such
as water and sewer.
"They obviously looked at
and evaluated both cities.
They chose Melbourne. We
would be thrilled to have
them and thrilled for the
future of south Brevard,"
said Mr. Thomas.
"We've been put in this
position by the Heritage
Parkway," Doug Platt told
the commissioners.
When asked by commis-
sioners why they chose Mel-
bourne over West Mel-
bourne Mr. Platt cited
utilities, water and sewer.
"West Melbourne doesn't
have those," he said.
Doug's father, Carlyle
Platt, said in an interview he
has been opposed to the
parkway all along, but now
he sees there is no way
around it.
For generations the land
in question has been a fami-
ly farm raising cattle, culti-
vating sod and other crops.
Now a road will come
through alleviating traffic,
making the commute
between cities quicker, and
ensuring a faster evacuation
in the cases of wildfires and
hurricanes. But with this
convenience comes the end
of a way of life.
Among Carlyle Platt's per-
sonal concerns are poach-
ing from passing motorists,
and changes to drainage
patterns, which impact
ongoing agriculture.
"It needs to be further
west. It will cut our property
in half," he said.
"We don't want to do it but
we're going to have to."
Bowing to the threat of


"(The Platts) obviously looked at and evaluat-
ed both cities. They chose Melbourne. We
would be thrilled to have them and thrilled for
the future of south Brevard.'

John Thomas
Melbourne vice mayor


eminent domain and the
needs of the county, in
October the Platts
approached the county with
a conceptual design for
what they would like to see
done with their property.
Those plans include three
full intersections and an
overpass in the northwest
section of the property to
allow for continued ranch
operations.
Brevard County land
acquisition supervisor,
Holly Pardi said on Dec. 1,
the design is by no means
binding as it has not been
approved.
"If you have too many
intersections it (slows
down) the parkway," she
said, adding that commutes
between Palm Bay, Mel-
bourne andWest Melbourne
are already lengthy.
Through their attorney
Gary Frese, the Platts also
informed the county they
would be seeking annexa-
tion into "a neighboring"
city.
They had been working
closely with West Mel-
bourne, but switched to the
city of Melbourne.
. At the meeting, Mr. Frese
said the Harbor City can
demonstrate the greatest
need for more residential
housing, a point which will
sway state regulators when
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Melbourne city manager
Jack Shluckebier said in no
way did the Harbor City
offer the Platts any conces-
sions in the -way of
increased densities, or an
increased number of inter-
sections to the parkway
within their property.
"If anything there are
more (restrictions) with
Melbourne," Mr. Schlucke-
bier said.
Commissioners had
considered excluding West
Melbourne from the nego-
tiation table, or limiting
their input to "non-voting"
participation as per the
Platts' request.
Melbourne city attorney
Paul Gougelman said
denying West Melbourne a
vote would prevent West
Melbourne from having a
veto power that could per-
manently snarl plans for
the parkway and annexa-
tion.
"If you are a participant,
you really don't have any
juice," said District 1 Com-
missioner Robin Spencer.
District 4 Commissioner
Mary Bolin and District 2
Commissioner Chuck Nel-
son agreed.
"This will end up in
court," said Mr.. Nelson,
adding that it would be
best to at least include all
parties in on the planning
and get everything on the
table.
West Melbourne City
Councilman Andrew Jones
said in no way would West
Melbourne negotiate in
bad faith.
"Our concern is what's
best for all parties," he said
after the vote.
A date has not been set
for negotiations for the
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Endowments aid FITs Golden Age


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE -, You've
seen the skyline filling
behind the green woods
along Babcock Street.
Yes, that's Florida Tech,
growing faster than the
forest.
Florida Tech is filling
out their 58-acre footprint
with nearly $75 million in
architecture and develop-
ment now under way.
The 50-year-old college
of science and engineer-
ing started as Brevard
Engineering College with
an endowment of 37
cents, given as a joke to
young engineer and
founder Jerome P. Keuper,
at Pelican Bar in Indian
Harbour Beach.
Now the funds come in
the millions from local
corporations, families and
successful alumni, all
striving to broaden the
reach and mission of what
had been a small engi-
neering college devoted to
space.
University president Mr.
Anthony J. Catanese said
the school has undergone
two previous transforma-
tions from its earliest
days.
The first came when the
current site, located near
Country Club Road, Uni-
versity Boulevard and
Babcock Street, was
acquired from the old
University of Melbourne
in the 1960s.
The second took place
in the late 1990s, when the
school underwent a, $48
million construction evo-
lution with matching
funds from the EW. Olin
Foundation.
"This third transforma-
tion of ours follows the
designs of new urbanism
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FIT
From page A3
and green building," said
Mr. Catanese. "We seek a
walking environment
where our staff and stu-
dents can live, study and
play within the human
scale..."
According to Karen
Rhine, FIT's assistant
director of communica-
tions, specific plans for the
near term include a new
aquatic center adjacent to
the Charles and Ruth
Clemente Center for Ath-
letics, as well as a dining
hall and adjoining four-
story parking facility to be
located between the din-
ing hall and Babcock Street
to the east.
Moving to the south of
those, the new Scott Cen-
ter for Autism Treatment is
under construction this
month. This will upgrade
the current building on the
north side of the campus
on Country Club Road.


The Ruth Funk Center
for Textiles, well into con-
struction, will be located
adjacent to the Evans
Library.
And perhaps most in line
with the information age is
the new Harris Center for
Science and Engineering,
under construction now,
by way of a $5 million
endowment from the Har-
ris Foundation.
The school will house
the Harris Institute of
Assured Information, said
Dr. Richard Ford of the FIT
computer science depart-
ment.
Mr. Ford received his
doctorate in quantum
physics at Oxford Univer-
sity, England.
,He said among other
things, the institute will
blend the studies of com-
puters and biology.
It's not as strange as it
sounds.
"Human beings are
incredibly resilient. If the
computer catches a cold.it
simply stops working. Bio-
logical systems are not
always optimum but they
are always resilient," he
said. "We're looking for
ways to make the comput-.
er fail more gracefully."
Biologically-inspired
tactical secure infrastruc-
ture (BITSI) will be a big
part of the new institute,
he said. For more informa-
tion on this, see
www.bitsi.org.
The idea would be to uti-
lize the institute in a way
that will blend the words
of industry, with Harris
leading the way, and aca-
demia. It will have a mix of
students from graduate to
post-graduate levels. Tal-
ent will be the deciding
factor, he said.
The challenges we face
in the future relating to
information are as daunt-
ing as they are fascinating.
"Ten years ago, neither
you nor I would have been
'able to predict where we
would be today in terms of
information," he said.
Ivy Chong, director of
the school for psychology's
master's program in
behavioral analysis. said
$2.6 million was given to
the school from the
Edward Scott family .for
the construction of ihe
18,000-square foot build-
ing, which will house the
new center.
Mr. Scott is the founder


Brief
From page Al
For information, call the
bus information line at
(321) 633-1878 or visit
www. ridescat.com.

BCC graduation
scheduled Dec. 18
More than 950 Brevard
Community College stu-
dents have applied for grad-
uation to receive diplomas
and certificates during the
fall 2008 commencement
ceremonies Dec. 18 at 1
p.m. and 4 p.m.
Students from the Cocoa
and Titusville campuses
and the Health Sciences
programs will graduate dur-
ing the first of two com-


of the Center for Global
Development in Washing-
ton, D.C., co-founder of
BEA Systems Inc., and a
member of the FIT board
of trustees.
An additional $2.4 mil-
lion in federal funds were
made available from the
Health Resource Services
Administration, to bring
the total to $5 million for
the Scott Center.
Ms. Chong said the cen-
ter, presently located on,
Country Club Road, cur-
rently services the com-
munity's needs for out-
reach on Autism and
Asperger's disorders.
These are related disor-
ders affecting thought,
speech, and socialization
skills of the young for
unknown reasons and no
known cure, said Dr.
Chong.
The key is early diagno-
sis and continued treat-
ment, she said.
It has been a 40-year
dream of FIT's athletic
director Bill Jurgens to
develop a competitive,
intercollegiate swim team at
the school.
The aquatics center, to
break ground "in the near
future," realizes that long
hoped for vision, said Mr.
Jurgens..
The concept of the facility
is a blend of modern in the
style of a Meditefranean spa
adjacent to the dining hall.
The hall can service the
three new housing units
completed this year housing
400 students near the Stot-
tier Soccer Field.
"I believe it will have a
tremendous impact to pro-
vide a swimming program
to students and prospective
student athletes," Mr. Jur-
gens said.
"It will allow us to be a
focal point for swimming in
the area."
The pool will be 50 meters
long and 25 meters wide
and come complete with a
diving well.
"Financing is being done
by- the university," Mr. Jur-
gens said.
"The recreation facili-
Lies, aquatics. center, din-
ing rooms and residence
halls, classrooms, will cre-
ate a special place for our
twenty-first century vision
of an academic
utopia,"Mr. Catanese said.
For more information
about FIT and the future
visit, www.fit.edu.


mencement ceremonies,
which will begin at 1 p.m.
Students from the Mel-
bourne and Palm bay cam-
puses will graduate at the
second ceremony, which
will begin at 4 p.m. Both
ceremonies will be fol-
lowed by celebratory
receptions in the King Cen-
ter's rotunda. The King
Center is located on BCC's
Melbourne campus at 3865
N. Wickham Road, near the
corner of Post Road.
The commencements
ceremonies are free, open
to the public and there are
no tickets required for
admission. For more infor-
mation about the cere-
monies, call (321) 632-
1111.
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.
Melbourne Police
Department

* Robin T. Feliciano, 35, of
100 San Juan Circle, No.
267, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 28 with two
counts of felony child neg-
lect.
* Edward Keith Pollard,
36, of 2300 Avocado Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 28 with sexual battery,
false imprisonment and
aggravated battery.
* Darnell Orlandes Berry,
25, of 1174 Serenade St.,
Palm Bay, was charged Nov.
28 with two counts of pos-
session of a firearm/con-
cealed weapon by a con-
victed felon.
* Benjamin C. Bowman
III, 51, of 2115 Scallop
Lane, Indialantic, was
charged Nov. 28 with felony
criminal mischief.
* Danielle Dawn Farrell,
31, of 2912 Pebble Creek
St., \ Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 29 as a habit-
ual traffic offender and
with driving under 'the
influence, resisting arrest
without violence and on-
site violation of proba-
tion/violation of communi-
ty control.
* Markevia Denise
Gilbert, 20, of 3000 Monroe
St., No. 14, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 29 with felony
retail theft.
* Trecie Sharie Lester, 20,
of 248 E. University Blvd.,
Unit F, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 28 with felony
retail theft.
* Brian Patrick Miller, 32,
of 2635 Forest Run Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 29 with resisting a
retail merchant and felony
retail theft.
* Kevin Russell Pelchat,
28, of 670 Footbridge Drive,


Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 29 with battery on a
law enforcement officer,
resisting arrest with vio-
lence and disorderly intoxi-
cation.
* John Joseph
Dzwonkowski, 31, address
unknown, was charged
Nov. 30 with trespass after
warning and on-site viola-
tion of probation/violation
of community control.
* Donamitche 0. English,
21, of 250 E. University
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 30 with pos-
session of cocaine with
intent to sell, possession of
cocaine, possession of
cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia, aggra-
vated assault, child abuse
and battery-domestic vio-
lence.
* Alphonso Jacobs Jr., 46,
of 1900 Post Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
30 with fleeing/attempting
to elude a police 'officer,
resisting arrest without vio-
lence, resisting arrest with
violence, battery on a law
enforcement officer and
driving while license sus-
pended.
* Deverous Shawnta
Johnson, 22, of 4064 Lake
Circle, Cocoa, was charged
Nov. 30 with on-site viola-
tion of probation/violation
of community control, pos-
session of cannabis and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
* John Samuel Murray,
29, of 1989 N.E. Brookside
St.; Palm Bay, was charged
Nov. 30 with driving under
the influence, possession of
a controlled substance and
felony possession of a con-
trolled substance while in
physical control of a motor
vehicle.
* Frederick Bernard
Smith, 26, of 2711 Palm
Drive, Unit A, Palm Bay,
was charged Nov. 30 with
aggravated battery and
possession of a
firearm/concealed weapon
by a convicted felon.


* Ronald Mark Edwards,
38, of 1331 San Cortez Ave.
N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Dec. 1 with manu-
facturing/possessing/ sell-
ing/mailing/delivering a
hoax bomb.
* Francis Scott Biggs, 55,
of 901 Camphor Way, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 2
with battery on a law
enforcement officer, bat-
tery-domestic violence,
depriving a law enforce-
ment officer of means of
communication, resisting
arrest with violence and
disorderly conduct.
* Benjamin Michael
Chambers, 18, of 2880 N.
Wickham Road, No. 1711,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 2 with aggravated bat-
tery.
* Kenneth Oliver Jerry, 56,
of 822 Line St., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 2 with
aggravated assault andt
grand theft.
* Correy Ryan Johnston,
23, of 922 Yorktown Drive,
Rockledge, was charged
Dec. 2 with manufactur-
ing/possessing/selling/mai
ling/delivering a hoax
bomb.
* Kenneth R. Navarro, 21,
of 2880 N. Wickham Road,
No. 1001, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 2 with aggra-
vated battery.
* Mark Ray Brabitz, 27, of
176 Gray Road, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 2 with
driving while license sus-
pended, attaching an ille-
gal license plate to a mobile
home, not having motor
vehicle registration and
grand theft.
* Jason Edward Eiges, 29,
of 3168 Arthur Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 3
with grand theft.
* Terry Lee Johnson, 26,
of 1103 Mathers St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 3
as a habitual traffic offend-
er driving on a suspended
license, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
possession of drug para-
phernalia and felony pos-


session of a controlled sub-
stance while' in physical
control of a motor vehicle.
* Jamie L. Waddle, 37, of
1254 Rolling Rock Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 3 with domestic bat-
tery by strangulation.
* Bambi Lynn Bratz, 33, of
2110 Leewood Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 4
with driving under the
influence and two counts
of on-site violation ,of pro-
bation/violation of com-
munity control.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

* Andrew Mitchell Pow-
ers, 47, of 2283 Canterbury
Lane, Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 28 with viola-
tion of probation.
* Secoya D. Purdie, 19,
address unknown, was
charged Nov. 28 with felony
criminal mischief.-
* Debra Elizabeth Parris,
49, of 2535 Lorna Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 29 with violation of
probation.
* Marc Mulholland, 23, of
2700 A1A, No. 6, Melbourne
Beach, was charged Nov. 30
with felony - failure to
appear.
* Brittany Rae Boothman,
19, of 1254 Houston St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 1 with possession of a
controlled substance.
* Boris Codie, 33, of 3466
Saddle Brook Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 1
with violation of probation.


* Thomas Ray Moore, 44,
of 722 W. Connie Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 1 with violation of
probation.
* Pedro Jose Baez, 42, of
1605 Anson Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 2
with violation of probation.
* Earl Larnell Cummings,
23, of 2858 Colbert Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 2 with possession of a
controlled substance, tam-
pering with evidence,
resisting arrest without vio-
lence, two counts of flee-
ing/attempting to elude a
police officer and two
counts of driving while
license suspended.
* Rony Joseph, 24, of 965
Bimini Ave., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 2 with
felony failure to appear.
*Wesley Warren Lansdon,
57, of 2201 Palm Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 2
with possession of cocaine.
* Joshua Cornelius Miller,
19, of 3625 Misty Oak Drive,
No. 312, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 2 with viola-
tion of probation.
* Mitzi Grayce Yasin, 27,
of 2232 Canterbury Lane,
'Melbourne, was. charged
Dec. 2 with exploitation of
the elderly.
* Osburn Jerome Kelly,
57, of 604 Ryoland St., Mel-
' bourne, was charged Dec. 3
with resisting arrest- with-
out violence, possession of
cocaine and two counts of
violation of probation./
* Anthony Lee, 36, of 2664
Pineapple Ave., No. 1, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 3


with violation of communi-
ty control.
* Mark Edward Rhodes,
49, of 20 Circle Drive, No. 3,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 3 with trafficking a
controlled substance, sell-
ing a controlled substance
and possession of a con-
trolled substance with
intent to sell.
* Darrell William
Richardson, 42, of 565
Poinciana Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 3
with trafficking, a con-
trolled substance and pos-
session of cannabis.
* Richard Garrett
Woodring, 26, of 1625
Seneca Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 3 with
violation of probation.
* Warren C. Cleveland,
50, of 4065 Waterloo Place,
Melbourne,, was charged
Dec. 4 with organized
fraud/misrepresentation.
* Justin Ray George, 24, of
75 Bossieux Blvd., West
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 4 as a fugitive from
justice.
* Rachel Amelia Howze,
21, of 5000 Laguana Vista
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 4 with burgla-
ry and battery.
* Mark S. Migdal, .48,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 4 with reck-
less driving and'
fleeing/attempting to elude
a police officer.
* Vicki Lynn Nichols, 44,
of 2848 Caribbean Isle
Blvd.. No. 711, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 4 with
violation of probation.


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President earns his salary

This is to the person whose rant was about the salary of the
president and Congress. We all have opinions, thanks to God
and our Democratic way of life, which is fast disappearing
before our eyes and turning into socialism.
I will give you this, though. If the Democratic-controlled
Congress were paid on a merit system, they would be fired,
due to their current 13 percent approval rating. The Democ-
rats fail to hold their politicians accountable for their inept-
ness.
I think your real problem is you are a (President George W.)
Bush-hater. Obviously, you are a Democrat. Your party talks
big, but thinks small.
Think about what.you said about the president's salary -
$400,000 a year. Are you kidding? With his headaches, respon-
sibilities and, for all practical purposes, the president is in
captivity for (four) years.
Think about these ballplayers pouting over their contracts
and they're worried about not getting $140 million spread
over six years. Get real.
I know this is like comparing apples to oranges, but think
about what you are saying. The president's airplane being
compared to a resort? Are you kidding, it is a whole lot more
than luxury travel. We want the planet's most powerful person
to be safe, comfortable and well-rested when he gets to one of
his worldwide travels. Not to speak of the capabilities of a fly-
ing command post.
One of the problems you Democrats have is you worry
about the ants and the elephants are running over you - (not
to be confused with the symbol of the Republican party.)

Judge not

This is in response to the "Opposed to Amendment 2." The
person goes on to talk about the Rev. Scott Elliott and goes on
to talk about Jesus' teachings. Well, Jesus' teachings said
"Judge not lest ye be judged by the same measure." He also
said "Look not at the mote in thy brother's eye, without exam-
ining the beam in thy own."

Change name

This is a reply to "Opposed to Amendment 2," where the
person had talked about gay marriage.
The issue of gay marriage has been a vast topic for several
years now. Aere's some food for thought.
Yes, marriage, and the way we have defined it 'in years past,
has been between two people, traditionally, a man and a
woman. However, the times have changed, it seems. I am not
for or against it.
What changes when two people get married? Their last
name. Gay and lesbian couples want to be able to have rights
in their domestic partner relationship.
Here's the thing. For $250, you can have your last name
changed. A couple can decide which last name they'd like to
have. For those who want to be in a committed relationship,
you don't need a marriage license. For men and women who
want to be in relationships, or for (homosexual) relationships,
they can go down to the courthouse and get (a name)
changed.
The only questions asked when you go to the courthouse
are:
Are you changing your last name to avoid taxes?
Are you changing your last name to avoid creditors?
You don't have to be married. That's what's important
between you.
If you have a survivorship letter, living will or a will, (you can
stipulate your wishes on paper.)
As far as legal issues go, consult with an attorney.

Remember JFK

Today is Nov. 22, a very big day in our history. However, no
publication has made a note of the death of (former Presi-
dent) John E Kennedy. I'm shocked. I'm a Democrat. He and
his family gave so much to this country and, still, there was no
memorial to this man. I am very unhappy about that.

Abortion is your own business
In response to "Abortion saved my life:"
I'm glad to read a story about a women who does not suffer




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from the so-called doom and gloom after an abortion. There
was no reason that I see that the editor needed to explain the
Wikipedia definition of the United States laws regarding abor-
tion unless the writer's information is untrue or not accurate,
then they should not print it at all. That should be the case for
any letter. I, too, believe in abortion and keeping it legal; howev-
er, I do not believe one needs to be an atheist to believe in abor-
tion. That is your own business and totally irrelevant to this
topic. To those who don't believe in it, simply don't have one.
But do not take this legal right away from those who need it.
Editor's note: The FirstAmendment of the United States Con-
Sstitution guarantees one the freedom ofspeech. While the Home-
town News will not publish libelous or slanderous content, Rants
& Raves allow readers an opportunity to voice their opinions.
Hometown News will, however, add detailed information, when
necessary, in an editor's note to clarify information written in the
Rant.

'Friends' are inconsiderate

I want to rant about people who are inconsiderate - specifi-
cally, those who are supposed to be "friends."
Why do "friends" put you in a situation that they, themselves,
are incapable of handling? They prey on your kind-hearted-
ness to take care of a problem they want to get rid of. They
make promises to entice you into the situation, then abandon
you with it. When you ask them to help you with the problem,
they remind you of your offer to help.
That is the key word here - help. I don't mind "helping" my
friend with her problem, yet I don't appreciate being saddled
with the entire problem myself, especially when the problem is
not mine to begin with. Well, it wasn't my problem until I
offered to "help." Now it is my problem.
During this time of the year, when we are reminded to give
more of ourselves and to help others, let us be cautious not to
take advantage of that generous spirit in others. Ask for help,
yes, but do not expect others to do the unpleasant tasks for
you.

Increase nuclear plants

Let's improve the unemployment situation. We can do this
by building 45 new nuclear electric power plants. This will get
us off the carbon kick. This was suggested by Sen. John McCain
in his campaign (for U.S. presidency.)

Watch for shady 'freebies'

I am ranting about people who are coming to my neighbor-
hood and knocking on my door. They are offering me (every-
thing from) a box of soap and a can of Pepsi (to) a can of
Ajax. They say it is free because they are promoting a new store,
which is on Babcock Street, and I live all the way in northwest
Palm Bay.
Last week, my hands were dirty and I asked them to put the
item on a bench at my front door. (When I returned to look for
it) there were a couple of novelty items missing from my front
door.
My neighbor warned me about these people, saying they
were looking to see what you have in your house and not to let
them in. Next time they come to my house, I am going to call
the police.
I believe these people are casing my house to see what they
can steal. If they come to your house, throw them off your
property.
They don't understand what "no soliciting" and "no trespass-
ing" means.

Let's get to Mars

America and NASA need a new challenge, just like the Apollo
program. We have the capability to do it first. Lets put men on
Mars before 2015, before China and before Russia. The method
could be just like Apollo. Let us never forget "That's one small
step for a man..."
I worked at the space center for 30 years, and I was never so
proud of an achievement in my entire career, as when man
stepped on the moon.


Show responsibility in owning guns

I heard on the news last night how a 2-year-old was shot by
her brother, who found his father's gun.
He was playingwith it and it shot, hitting his sister's hand. The
2-year-old is doing fine, but sometimes, that is not always the
case. Twenty-five years ago this month, my 7-year-old niece
went to hide under the bed and found a gun. She was playing
with it and it (fired) hitting her 9-year-old sister in the head.
(The child) died, and after 25 years, the memory of that sad
event has never left my heart. I think it is time parents should be
responsible for their weapons. They should put their weapons
in a place where children cannot get to them.
Too many children are killed because of this and we have to
stop this. I hope and pray that this never happens to your chil-
dren. Even if you don't have children, you should still put your
weapons in a place that only you know where they are and out
of reach of any hands that might be able to get to them. Thank
you for your attention.

Campaign money helped workers nationwide
I would like to answer the rant about the "Election costs an
obscenity." So the amount of money spent on the elections
could have paid for medical technicians, teachers and- law
enforcement officers. Instead, it paid for camera operators,
hotel maids, drivers, pilots, office managers, etc., in every area
of the country. The $5.3 billion was spread over the entire coun-
try and helped the economy of the country over the 2-year peri-
od of the races.
I am not sure you got the message. The $5.3 billion was as you
said, "spent" so that the workers of the U.SA were paid, not the
people (who) were running for office.

Walkers gave thanks in different way

An enthusiastic group of Melbourne Beach residents partici-
pated in and initiated the first ever Get Up, Gather and Groove
Before You Give Thanks Fun Walk on Thanksgiving morning.
They walked a three-mile loop around town and collected
monetary and food donations for the Second Harvest Food
Bank of Central Florida.
A crisp morning greeted the families and out-of-town visitors
and suggestions were made for creating a new tradition in our
little town.
Thank you to the Brevard County Sheriff's Office South
Precinct No. 5 and the Melbourne Beach police for helping us
stay safe! Thank you also to 99.3 WGRV Smooth Jazz and 98.5
The Beach and the Things to Do section of Florida Today for
their support. Looking forward to nextyear.

Shame on contractors

What's with contractors lately? It's shameful how these con-
tractors are looking only for the "big fish."
I called a tile company out for an estimate on new bathroom
floor tile. Business is slow, so it's a good time to get a deal, or so
I thought. He quoted almost $7,000 for the job. I tiled my living
, room for less. So I called another "discount" tile company.
Nine thousand dollars? Forget it.
Next, when the cold snap came, my heat pump broke. The con-
tractor came that morning, as promised. But instead of fixing my
heat pump, this repairman turned pushy salesman tried to sucker
me. He handed me an estimate to replace all the ducts in my house.
He tried, to explain how new ducts would fix my heat pump, but I
wasn't biting since it worked fine for two years. Almost $8,000 for
ducts I don't need and he had the nerve to charge me $85 just for
coming out. Itold him to get the "H-E-double hockey sticks" out
I called another "honest" contractor. This one said he could reset
the freeze switch but it would trip out again because my unit was
clogged with mold. Oh, my dawgs, what mold? I never smelled
mold, but it's scary stuff. He gave me an estimate for almost $3,000
to replace my indoor unit, which, by the way, I put in for half that a
couple years ago.
There is no excuse for trying to rip people off. Who can I call to
report this? Maybe in desperate times these contractors are trying to
make it up on one big job. I guess they have to make the payments
on their riverfront mansions and boats. What ever happened to an
honest day's work for an honest day's pay?


Letter


A word of caution

As we embark again on a search to
replace our current city manager, I
again urge the council to proceed very
carefully and consider the issues that
currently confront the city. In no way
would I support any move to expedite
Mr. (David) Reynal's departure before


his contract expires. The sensible way
is to continue to utilize Mr. Reynal's
expertise to continue to lead the city
and possibly resolve some of our major
problems. He is well aware of these
issues and an early departure could
hamper or delay any outcomes. It
would be best, as Mr. Baenziger sug-
gested, (to start) the search process in
the spring and in time for an orderly


transition. Also, in the current or any
financial situation, it would be fool-
hardy to consider or act in haste and
expend taxpayers' money needlessly.
Thank you for your consideration, and
best wishes.

John C. D'Amico
Deputy mayor
City of West Melbourne
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West Melboure prepares to hire a lobbyist


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE -
Exxon Mobile needs one. Big
tobacco, big media and big
telecom all use them.
So, does West Melbourne
actually need a lobbyist?
Council members felt so
strongly that the answer is yes
they were prepared to vote on it
Dec. 2, with at least three coun-
cil members voicing approval.
But without the vote of
council member John D'Ami-
co, absent during the meeting,
the council was split on the
vote and decided to table the
matter until the Dec. 16 meet-
ing.
During a special meeting of
the city council on Nov. 25
council members accepted an
unsolicited proposal from
Eligere Strategies LLC of Mel-
bourne to provide lobbying
services to the city for an annu-
al fee of $30,000 per'year, plus
"pre-apprqved expenses."
Eligere's consultant is the for-
mer District 31 State Rep.
Mitch Needelman (R-Mel-
bourne). Mr. Needelman was
term limited after his time in
the state legislature.
This election cycle, he ran
unsuccessfully for the office of
Clerk of the Courts against
incumbent Scott Ellis.


Embraer
From page Al
ment Commission and the
Brevard County Commis-
sion engaged in a controver-
sial move to designate $1.8
million in local tax funds as
additional incentives to the
airplane maker.
The county commission
had no idea who they were
bringing in before voting to
allocate the funds.
Now that they are officially
here, the company ,officials
seem just as surprised and
thrilled as the community
that welcomes them.
"If you had asked us 30
years ago if would we be
building (airplanes) in Florida


City staff recommended
approval of a contract with
Eligere Strategies, with the
salary and expenses to be split
from the general fund and the
city's water and sewer funds.
But on Dec.2, just prior to
their meeting, the council
received a $27,000 per year
proposal for lobbying services
from Dixie Sansom of Cocoa.
Mrs. Sansom, also a former
state legislator, and who has
worked with West Melbourne
city council on previous issues,
is married to the city of Mel-
bourne's lobbyist, Jerry H. San-
som, as Mayor Hal Rose point-
ed out
"Jerry and I talk, but we don't
talk about work issues if we
have conflicts with work
issues," Ms. Sansom said. -
One of her listed references
includes Ray Sansom, speaker
of the House of Representa-
tives.
Ray Sansom is also Jerry H.
Sansom's cousin.
Her other references include
Gov. Charlie Crist and Rep.
Ralph Poppell, (R-Titusville)
who is newly-elected as chair-
man of the Brevard Legislative
Delegation.
But City Councilman Pat
Bentley questioned the man-
ner in which the city was going
about things.
"I don't understand our
process here. A week ago, a


I would not have guessed it,"
Mr. Curado said.
The company started in
1969 with the help of the
* Brazilian government which
maintains less than 1 percent
- of the stock.
Fifty-one percent of the
company' stock is flowed
through the New York Stock
Exchange (NYSE: EJR).
They manufacture com-
mercial jets, custom execu-
tive jets for corporate inter-
ests, as well as fighter jets for
defense.
The Melbourne facility will
see its first test prototypes
developed in 2009, with the
first unit ready for shipping in
the last quarter of 2010.
- The company will be con-
centrating heavily on the Phe-


firm put in their price and (Ms.
Sansom) had access to see
their price," Mr. Bentley said. "I
don't know how we can oper-
ate like this as a group. I think if
we are going to do this, we
should have gone out for bids."
Councilman Mike Hazlett
voiced early support for Ms.
Sansom..
"I don't think the governor
throws his name around too
loosely. I am impressed with
your resume," Mr. Hazlett said
to Ms. Sansom.
However, Mayor Rose and
Councilman Andy Jones
voiced opposition to Ms. San-
som, owing to the close ties Ms.
Sansom has with Melbourne
through her husband.'
"I have an issue with that,"
said Mayor Rose.
But, Councilwoman
Stephany Eley voiced opposi-
tion to Eligere Strategies for the
reason that Mr. Needelman is,
involved with the company
inside a two-year prohibition
for former legislators lobbying
the members of the House and
Senate.
Matt Dupree, spokesman for
Eligere said Mr. Needelman is
able to gain access to the gover-
nor, his cabinet officials and
any state agency on behalf of
the city if his firm is chosen.
State law, FS 112.313(9), does
not prohibit Mr. Needelman
working in the capacity as con-


sultant if he does not lobby
members of the state House or
Senate directly.
"Rep. Needleman's expertise
is paramount when it comes to
lobbying the agencies and the
governor's office," Mr. Dupree
said, adding that four other
employees from the company
can lobby the legislature.
Nothing gets done without
the governor's final vote. And
Mr. Needelman's sway with
state agencies can also help the
city, he said.
In fact, had Mr. Needelman
been working for West Mel-
bourne, he could have spoken
directly to Brevard County
Commissioners on Dec. 2
about laws on annexation that
Mr. Needelman helped draft.
"I would have had him speak
on legislative intent," Mr.
Dupree said, adding that this
might have nixed leap-frog
annexation right then and
there with a vote of the county
commission.
Resident Harry Stapor urged
council members to make the
right choice.
"I am one of the people
you're going to be spending
their .money, and I want to
know you've at least thought
about it for more than 30 min-
utes."
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again on Dec. 16.


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Paul Curado
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"This is one of those game-
changing moments in Bre-
vard County. No doubt about
it," said Palm Bay City Coun-
cilman Milo Zonka,.who was
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event earlier.
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scream sometimes, because it
takes time and money to get
information out to the
general public about an event
that sells out quickly.
We try to let our clients and
the public know that it is
imperative to act early if it is
something they might be
interested in. So many have
been disappointed because it
either sold out or there are no
flights that are close to being
reasonable in price, or a
gazillion other reasons that it
cannot happen for them. Sad
but true.
First, I would like to remind
you that there are still some
fabulous holiday cruises that
are reasonably priced. The
holidays are the big event of
the year so I felt it necessary
to mention this.
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cruise and be waited on than
to stay home, cook, clean and
entertain. It is also a great gift
to one who might be doing all
the cooking and cleaning.
Do not leave out the
incredible European Christ-
mas market river cruises that
visit the many small towns
along the rivers in Europe.
These cruises generally end in
the fall, but are brought back
for the Christmas markets
and are always a bargain at
this time of year.
Super Bowl cruises: In the
past, the cruise lines did not
have the set up for live action
of the Super Bowl, therefore,
those interested would not go
because they might miss it.
But with all of the satellite
capabilities on board the
ships, they are able to show it.
Just think, for all of you
gents out there, you will be
keeping your non-football
interested wife happy, while
you are watching the game
with other like-minded souls.
Although I have to say, on my


last cruise, there was a big
football game on in one of the
lounges and I thought there
were just as many ladies
yelling and screaming as
there were men.
One such sailing is the
Monarch of the Seas, three
nights to the Bahamas from
Jan. 30-Feb. 2 from Port
Canaveral. With a $75 on-
board credit (per cabin) you
can buy the drinks to go with
it. Ladies, this might be
something to put under the
tree.
Kentucky Derby, always a
popular event. Did you know
that a ticket to get into the
Derby last year was more
than $300 per person (entry
only, no actual seat for the
event)? That was if you could
actually get a ticket. It did not
include parking or trans-
portation, food, drink or hotel
(if you could get one within
an hours drive).
Tauck has been doing the
Derby events for years and
not only do it very well, but
participants feel more special
than the owners and trainers
of the Derby horses.
The five-dayVIP tour gives
you such an insight to the
horse world, but on the day of
the Run for the Roses the
Tauck buses get a police
escort into Churchill Downs,


VIP seating at the first turn,
exclusive air-conditioned
hospitality marquee with a
buffet with regional fare, and
an all-day open bar.
My clients who participat-
ed last year felt as though they
were trulyVIPs and felt it was
well worth the price. Others
who were close by their seats
were quite envious, according
to one of my clients. They felt
so very special and will
remember it always.
Oberammagau 2010.1 I have
written about this in detail in
the past, but feel it is impor-
tant that I mention this again,
since it only happens once
every 10 years. For those not
familiar with this event, this is
a real-life performance of the
Passion of the Christ per-
formed by more, than 1,500
Oberammagau villagers.
In 2009 the men in the
village begin to grow out their
hair and beards for the 2010
event. This dramatic event
has been on going since the
1600s and it now is so
popular, it is very difficult to
get tickets.
Most of the European tour
operators offer Oberamma-
gau 2010 as part of a package
on their existing tours. What is
difficult at this time is that
since it is more than a year
away, the airfare cannot be
booked, which makes it very
difficult to sell. But it is
coming to that time. Those
who make the booking now
will secure the tour and their
tickets to the event. If you are
at all interested in witnessing
this spiritual masterpiece you
should start the process now,
before it is too late.
For more detailed informa-
tion on Oberammagau and
Kentucky Derby you can see
my previous columns at
www.hometownnewsol.com.
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Employees rise to the top


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE - There is
something to be said for
persistence; and then said
again, and yet a third time.
Melbourne International
Airport operations director
Rick Cloutier, 46, at one
time worked in the mainte-
nance department sweep-
ing up.
Chief of airport police
Michael Brewer, 58, was a
foot patrolman at the Mel-
bourne facility in 1993; one
of just six on staff at the
time.
Both recently earned
advanced degrees in con-
junction with their respec-
tive positions, and both still
love their jobs immensely.
Key to that process has
been finding a home at Mel-
bourne International Air-
port.
For his part, Chief Brewer
came down from Chicago,
after a carer in the U.S. Air
Force.
"It was too cold, so I want-
ed someplace warm," he
said.
A former law enforcement
officer in the service, he
started working security up
at Cape Canaveral but the
drive and other factors had
him soon changing his
mind..
"When I started here I
said 'O.K., this is it. This is
for me.'"
People treated people
with respect and care, he
said.
"You have to enjoy what
you're doing. Here it's like


family.

relaxed," he
said.
He has
three sonsha
and six
grandchil-
dren in the
area.
H i s
department Brewer
has doubled
in size along the way.
The issues Chief Brewer
deals with have been com-
plicated by Sept. 11, 2001,
and security concerns.
Along with those, comes
the burden of heavy respon-
sibility. He regularly works
with investigators from the
FBI to the advance security
details for presidential can-
didates, and Air Force One.
'A lot has changed in the
area. One thing for sure is
the growth," he said. "Every-
thing is picking up and so
there's a big demand tor
security."
The airport gave him the
advanced training to go
with his position. He earned
a degree in professional
studies from Barry Universi-
ty and a master's in public
administration from Web-
ster University.
Also bred in colder climes,
Mr. Cloutier grew up around
SNiagara Falls.
When he left home at 18
he had one requisite desti-
nation in mind; "some-
where, where there's a
beach."
The year was 1983. Two
years later, he took a job
pushing a broom for the air-


port.
He moved
up to the
m a i n t e -
nance elec- "
trician's
position,
then into I
the position
of airport
terminal
supervisor. Cloutier
From there
he advanced to facilities
manager, operations man-
ager and then became
director of operations.
Along the way he earned
a bachelor's in public
administration from ,the
University of Central Flori-
da in 1995 and just this
year, gained his master's in
business administration,
while attending UCF at
night.
"I wanted to earn a mas-
ter's so that I could increase
my ability to help the com-
munity in a positive and
productive manner," Mr.
Cloutier said.
"That's encouraged here
in all departments," he
said.
Mr. Cloutier, a resident of
Palm Bay, has three chil-
dren attending Brevard
Public Schools.
Both men were recog-
nized by the Melbourne
Airport Authority's board
on-Oct. 15.
"We are proud of Richard
and Mike. They are con-
stantly striving to improve
themselves and our organi-
zation," said Richard Ennis,'
the airport's executive
director.


Search could cost big bucks


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
The. cost to find, a
replacement for Brevard
Public Schools Superin-
tendent Richard DiPatri
could be as much as
$60,000 for the school dis-
trict depending on the
search plan it chooses.
In a special workshop
Nov. 13, the Brevard Coun-
ty School Board discussed
hiring one of three nation-
al search firms to help fill
the position.
Fearing it would show a
preference for state candi-
dates, the board expressed
hesitation to utilize the
Florida School Boards
Association to lead the
search, which could cost
the district $30,000 .Jess,
than the national firms.'
The FSBA is a nonprofit
organization that repre-
sents all school board
members in Florida. Its
members work with other
educational and comnru-
nity agencies to improve
educational standards
throughout the state.
Each year, the Brevard
County School Board pays
the association dues to
-receive discounts for
school board members
and administration to
attend various meetings,
as well as pertinent infor-
mation about local and
federal legislation, said
Pam Escobar, administra-
tive assistant for Brevard
Public Schools District
Communications.
"Brevard County is a
leader, and as a leader, we
are bound by our inner
selves to ensure we have
the best possible candi-
date for this district," said
school board member
Robert Jordan. "It would
be foolish to think we can
have the wherewithal that
we can make the decision
for ourselves."
While the board has no
set deadline to find a
replacement, Mr. DiPatri's.
contract will expire June
30.
"The 'position will be
filled once the school
board has found the best
candidate," Ms. Escobar
said.
If a new superintendent
is not found within this
time, duties will be carried
out by district administra-
tion and led by Deputy


Superin-
tendent

Berry.

body will
just have to
p u I1,1
together
until the
right per-
son is Dipatri
son is
found," she
said.
After nearly four
decades in education and
nine years as superintend-
ent, Mr. DiPatri, 61,
announced his retirement
in September, citing per-
sonal reasons.
"As you might imagine, I
have ambivalent feelings
about this decision," Mr.
DiPatri wrote in an e-mail
to his colleagues. "But
after 40 years of serving
students in two states, I
believe it is time to step
aside."
Mr. DiPatri was plucked
from his position as state
district superintendent of
schools in Jersey City, N.J.,
following the work of exec-
utive search company
Hazard, Young, Attea &
Associates, which the
school board hired in
1998.
The firm, which is also
being considered for the
search to find his replace-
ment, received $50,000 to
find Mr. DiPatri.
During the workshop,
the board indicated that it
would ask the search firms
to include local candidates
in the search.
As of now, Brenda Black-
burn, associate superin-
tendent for curriculum
and instruction, is the only
local candidate included
in the district's succession
plan. Area I Superinten-
dent Thomas McIntyre,
who died in August, was
also in the running.
"We want to make sure
that we open it up for
internal people, as well,"
Mr. Jordan said. "We are
the ones who said we
wanted a succession plan."
Mr. DiPatri's replace-
ment will be responsible
for more than 75,000 stu-
dents, about 10,000 school
board employees, 85
schools, eight charter
schools ,and 17 special
centers within the 1,300
square miles of Brevard
County.


According. to their Web
sites, each of the three search
firms being considered have
worked with dozens of other
major school districts, simi-
lar to Brevard, in the past.
The school board plans to
interview the firms during
another special workshop
Dec. 8.
The firms are:
* Proact: Since 2003, this
firm found leaders for Mil-
waukee, St. -Paul, New
Orleans, Pittsburgh and Dis-
trict of Columbia school dis-
tricts, as well as. state leaders
in Florida, Colorado and Illi-
nois.
Cost is $36,000.
* Hazard, Young, Attea &
Associates: In addition to
finding Mr. DiPatri, this firm
conducted searches in San
Diego, Stockton, . Calif.,
Spokane, Wash., and San
Francisco.
Cost is $44,000.
* Ray and Associates: This
firm was responsible for
finding leaders in Fayet-
teville, N.C., Memphis and
Newport News, Va., school
districts. In Florida, they
recently completed searches
in Indian River, Duval and
Collier counties.
Cost is $42,475.
Advertising and travel
expenses for all three firms
could cost an additional
$10,000 to $20,000.


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year for the project.
Brevard County's Metro-
politan Planning Organiza-
tion - which will change its
name Jan. 1 to the Space
Coast Transportation Plan-
ning Organization - has had
the parkway on its priority
list since 1993. But it has yet
to find all of the funding to
make the road a reality.
Property acquisition is also
at issue, and may spark emi-
nent domain battles.
The north/south, four-
lane parkway would run
west of Interstate 95 in


'We don't have (all of) the money to build this,
but we are going through the land-use studies
and buying land ... to keep the integrity of the
parkway."

Bob Kamm
Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization


south Brevard County, with
new interchanges at Ellis
Road and just north of
Micco Road.
Officials said that, among
other benefits, the parkway
would serve as an additional
emergency evacuation
route, provide new access to
Melbourne International
Airport and other, major
employers, and relieve traf-
fic on 1-95.
Factoring in property
acquisitions for the park-
way's rights-of-way, the
overall project could cost
well more than $200 million,
with the two proposed
interchanges costing more
thin $30 million each.
Melbourne deputy city
manager Howard Rails said
Melbourne's lobbyist thinks
the city could receive $50
million in project money
from Congress.
"We don't have (all of) the
money to build this," Space
Coast Transportation Plan-
ning Organization director
Bob Kamm said, "but we are


an River County to State
Road 60 in Vero Beach, and
north through Viera all the
way to Titusville - allowing
drivers to avoid 1-95 and
U.S. 1.
"That's the big vision,"
Mr. Kamm said. "It's going
to take a long way to get
there, but that's what we're
working toward."
Palm Bay deputy mayor
Milo Zonka said Palm Bay
and Melbourne are not
competing against each
other for federal funding
for the project.
"We're competing
against the rest of the
world," which also seeks
money from Congress for
various needs, he said.


Dispute
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below 20 pounds per square
inch, state law requires boil
water alert to those areas,
said Mr. Rall .
If a fire o curs in West Mel-
bourne, ne essitating imme-
diate dema d, pressure could
drop enou. for a boil water
alert in Saellite Beach, Mr.
Rails said.
'A large demand to one of
your meters can cause pres-
sure in part of our system to
drop. If it drops too low, that's
where we get into (trouble)."
"We've been looking at this
in our concurrency reviews,"
Mr. Rails said.
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the loop of analysis," said Mr.
Rails.
Concurrency reviews are
like permits for future water
use. Developers agree to pay a
fee to reserve supply in the
future.
The cities of Melbourne and
West Melbourne are locked in
a legal dispute over water: one
of the issues is precisely how
to handle these reviews, who
collects the money and when.
Melbourne provides the
water to the city limits of its
western namesake.
Different than other cities,
West Melbourne takes the
water from there and runs it
through its own transition
lines using 12 master meters,
provided by the Harbor City.
The city of West Melbourne
is drafting language for its
comprehensive plan to han-
dle concurrency issues inter-
nally. Council was set to vote
on changes to the plan, said
West Melbourne city planner
Christi Fisher.
The arrangement has


grown organically since Mel-
bourne began contracting
with West Melbourne to be
their only water provider, Mr.
Gougelman explained.
Because every so often
smaller meters were given to
the city for diverse projects,
now there is increased uncer-
tainty in the system, he said.
"They know about every
single meter in the system,"
said Matt Soyka, West Mel-
bourne's city engineer.
Mr. Soyka said new lan-
guage in the comprehensive
plan amendments takes all of
this into consideration,
including West Melbourne
reserving future use capacity
in bulk, thereby . making
everything that Mr. Rails and
Mr. Gougelman are asserting,
a non-issue.
Mr. Soyka also stated that
West Melbourne has never
had a problem the like of
which Mr. Ralls described.
In fact, it has been West
Melbourne that has had to
issue boil water alerts due to


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low pressure from breaking
pipes, Mr. Soyka said.
Nevertheless, Mr. Gougel-
man and Mr. Rails suggested
changes to the document
which will leave concurrency
decisions in Melbourne's
hands.
This is an unacceptable
measure of control on devel-
opment, limiting growth, West
Melbourne officials say.
Embittered by perceived
delays from concurrency per-
mits, some council members
questioned whether the over-
tures by Mr. Rails and Mr.
Gougelman were not mere
stall tactics from Melbourne
designed to frustrate West
Melbourne.
Steve Dworkin, project co-
developer for the Watershed,
on 281 acres west of Interstate
95, said he and his partners
have spent more than
$200,000 on studies and per-
mitting in order to work
directly with the city of Mel-
bourne to provide water to
their site and nothing has
come from it yet.
West Melbourne Council-
woman Stephany Eley told
Mr. Rails and Mr. Gougelman;
"the perception is that you,
stall our projects on purpose."
West Melbourne Council-
man Mike Hazlette said, "I
understand the Olive Branch
theory. But sometimes there is
no one on the other end grab-
bing that branch."
Yet the West Melbourne city
council voted 5-1 to delay the
vote despite a deadline
approaching to draft changes
to their comprehensive plan.
"It is my understanding
they have been kept up to
date on the development of
our water system all along,"
said Councilman Andy
Anderson after the meeting.
"Why does this come up
now? Why does it come at a
council meeting?" he asked.
On Dec. 4, Mr. Gougelman
explained that he and Mr.
Rails thought the city staffs
were in- agreement that the
amendment would be left out
until new language could be
drafted by both cities and
agreed upon.
They were surprised to see
the amendment regarding
water still on the Dec. 2 West
Melbourne council agenda.
Mr. Gougelman said there
have been delays in the past
but most recently those were
tied to the developers not pro-
viding information back soon
enough, or a genuine need for
more information.
The Harbor City, for now,
needs to maintain control on
that until all legal issues
between the cities over water
are resolved, Mr. Gougelman
said.
"Somebody is going to get
the bright idea to file a lawsuit.
I do care about how the sys-
tem gets built. What we are
doing is trying to help them
make their system better," Mr.
Gougelman said.
As for as the rhetoric now at
full volume between the com-
munities, Mr. Gougelman
takes a philosophical
approach.
"In my experience, I know
that council members are
working for their constituents
and sometimes they ,say
things," he said.
"In the end, I see 14 respon-
sible people who will make
the right decisions for every-
body," Mr. Gougelman said.


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going through the land-use
studies and buying land ...
to keep the integrity of (the
parkway)."
. Mr. Kamm said the county
has $21 million in bond
money for the project, such
as for right-of-way purchas-
es.
A $717,000 earmark will
be split and used for the
* two proposed inter-
changes, Palm Bay deputy
city manager Sue Hann
said. The city also has a
$2.7 million earmark for
the Palm Bay portion of the
parkway.
'Officials said the park-
way eventually could
extend south through Indi-


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: . , EXPLORE
^*~A BREVARD
LAURIE DUANE





Winter is


in the air

'll admit, the Florida
-weather has been a bit
brisk lately. But it is
nothing like the winter
weather in which I lived for
years. The inconvenience of
having to wear a light jacket
is nothing compared to
having to layer thermal
underwear, pants, sweaters,
hat, scarf, gloves and
mittens to keep warm.
Note: that is not a typo. I do
mean gloves and mittens.
At the same time. And even
,then, my hands were cold.
The recent minor torna-
do that hit Palm Bay
occurred on the same day,
and in the same geographi-
cal radius, as my Sunday
picnic on the Indian River
Lagoon. Armed with a
historical novel, I took my
pups and my takeout to a
covered picnic table beside
the river, where I basked in
the warmth of the sun while
reading the remaining
pages of a tale about a,
pioneer whose plans to
make a profit from trapping
and fur-trading in 1800s
America cdd not material-
ize. The wind whipped the
book's pages, and my hair,
in what's best described as
a blustery gust.
My instincts were right
on target as we approached
the car in our departure just
as the raindrops began to
hit the pavement. Traveling
northward home, my eyes
were riveted to the islands
dotting the lagoon, beckon-
ing me to visit in that kayak
I want to buy. It won't be
long, I promised them and
myself.'But Christmas and
grandchildren are presently
my priority, pun intended.
For families of your own,
explore Holiday on Ice at
Riverfront Park in Cocoa
Village. A large, covered ice
rink brings the popular
winter sport to the land of
sunshine. The park is
located on the south side of
State Road 520, on the east
side of the causeway.
Beautifully designed with
easy walkways, picnic
tables, a playground and
community center, the park
provides the perfect site for
this event. The day I went, a
newly-wed bride and
groom passed by, hand-in-
hand, smiling. Weddings,
parties, picnics and com-
munity events are hosted in
See EXPLORE, B2 "


Children's play to help with gift drives


Performance
set Dec. 13
By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.co
For 25 years, Eleanor
Redding has volunteered
her time, money and spill
toward one goal - ensurir
that no child is without a
gift on Christmas.
"I know I don't get then
all, but I do get a lot," sai,
Mrs. Redding, who has
lived with her husband,
Howard, in Melbourne
Beach since 1956.
Throughout the year,
Mrs. Redding, 86, sews, tb
hand, about 1,000 Christ
mas stockings of all colo:
materials and designs.
She gives some of the
stockings away to local
organizations and school
clubs for various toy
drives, but fills about 50(
600 of them herself. All
year long, she buys
everything from coloring
books and crayons to do
and books, keeping an e.
out for sale items.
For years, she gave the
stockings to the Brevard
County branches of the
Salvation Army. This yea
she'll be donating most (
her stockings to Operatio
Hope of Brevard, a non-
profit organization that
provides counseling
services and items such
school supplies and
toiletries to migrant
children within the
Fellsmere area.
"I love children, and




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FRIDAY, DEC. 12
* Imago Art Gallery, 701
East New Haven Ave.,
upstairs, Melbourne, will host
a holiday party, from 7 p.m.,
to midnight, featuring
children's art activities, live
music, tarot card reading and
live tattoos. Call (321) 953-
5321 or e-mail
upsideart@gmail.com.
* Play: "The Lion, the Witch
and the Wardrobe," Dec. 12-
14. Presented by Rising Stars
Theatre (youth company).
Friday, Dec. 12, at 7:30 p.m.;
Saturday, Dec. 13, and
Sunday, Dec. 14, at 2 p.m.
Titusville Playhouse, 301 Julia
St., Titusville. Call (321) 268-
1125 for tickets.

UPCOMING EVENTS
* 2097: A Christian
program hosted by Holy
Name of Jesus Catholic


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
The play 'Bows of Holly' will take place at St. Sebastian's-by-the-sea Episcopal
Church. Some of the performers pictured are Alex Pennybacker, 11, of Satellite
Beach, Shawn Mindel, 11, of Indialantic, Mackenzie Smith, 11, of Indialantic, Bethany
Mullins, 10, of Indialantic, and Allison Spaccio, 12, of Indialantic.


today's children are going
to grow up in a world
where some of these
children aren't getting the
r, proper love and attention
)f they deserve," Mrs.
on Redding said. "We are
starting to see the effects
of that now. This project is
for them as much as it is
as for me. It keeps me healthy
and happy."
A longtime member of
St. Sebastian's By-the-Sea
'Episcopal Church in
Melbourne Beach, Mrs.


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Church, 3050 North A1A,
Indialantic. Wednesday, Dec.
17, 7 p.m. Tickets are $10.
Call (321) 773-2783.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
* Art and Antique Studio:
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday,
8:30 p.m. first Friday of the
month, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday. Call (321) 253-
5553.
* Art Gallery and Studio:
802 E. New Haven Ave.,
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


Redding also teams up
with the church communi-
ty each holiday season to
help get her stockings
filled.
For the first time, the
church will incorporate its
fourth annual Christmas
play with various holiday
outreach programs - Mrs.
Redding's stocking project
being one of there.
On Dec. 13, abdut 20
children from throughout
the community will
perform "Bows of Holly," a


or visit www.brevardart
museum.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.
Open from 9 a.m.o 5 p.m.
Monday through "turday
and Sunday by by intent.
Call (321) 783-7 ..,
* Cuba! Gallery f Fine
Art: 541 E. New ven Ave.,
Melbourne. Ope' onday
through Saturday 0 a.m. to
6 p.m. Call (321' 9-8800
or visit www.cub 'leryflori-
da.com.
* Downstairs G lery: 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.


musical about children
reaching out to those less
fortunate than them.
Sarah Mays, 13, an
eighth grader at Hoover
Middle School, plays the
role of "Holly" in the play.
Holly is a caregiver, who
collects items to give to the
needy during the holidays.
Holly and her friends are
faced with many emotions
when all of the items they
collected are stolen.

See PLAY, B2


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-
manartglass.com.
* Funky Junky Gallery:
1372 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open Monday
through Saturday from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (321)
242-2222.
* Greenwood Gallery:
1520 Garden St., Titusville.
Open 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Call (321) 268-3362.
* Hands Above LLC Studio
& Gallery: 4525 S. Hopkins
Ave., Titusville. Open Tuesday
through Saturday 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Call (321) 567-4932 ,
or visit
See OUT, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 12-12-2008
Aries - March 21-April 19
Aries rarely has'to look back.
The only reason is to view all
the good things that have
been created the past year.
Your positive leadership
guides the way. Your caring
nature is 'a greater help than
you may realize. Your good
will to others is a beacon in
the wilderness. This is why
you were chosen as the
leader of the zodiac.

Taurus - April 20-May 20
You continue to move ahead
even when it is tough. Your
strong focus on home and
family is your greatest bless-.
ing. Life's challenges will
continue, but you will always
handle them with grace and
determination. Just be sure
to pace yourself. It is a vital
part of your success with
family, work and friends.

Gemini - May 21-June 21
You continue to move for-
ward .with your goals and
dreams. You have a proven
record of having a natural
ability to visualize, communi-
cate and administrate for the
higher good of allconcerned.
You continue to create a
wonderful track record for
yourself and your communi-
ty. You are a rising star, shin-
*ing brighter every day.

Cancer - June 22-July 22
Making ,the best of each
event in life is the key tohap-
piness. So' things aren't
always perfect.'Who said you
have to be a perfectionist all
the time? The key to happi-
ness is to make wise choices
on where you place your
time and energy. You know
what you want in life. Stay
focused on your top priori-
ties and continue to achieve
top results.

Leo - July 23-Aug. 22
You have learned so much
this year. There is so much
waiting to be learned. Learn
about areas that give you
stress so you can do what it
takes to eliminate it. Contin-
ue to remove old habits, atti-
tudes, events and things that
no longer serve your higher
purpose in life. This will keep
you psyched up, moving for-
ward and finding true happi-
ness.

Virgo - Aug. 23-Sept 22
Listen to your inner guidance
and the visions you will
receive will always guide you
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toward your truth. Keep trust-
ing the universe and it will
supply you with all you need
to live, laugh and prosper.
Experience life at its fullest.
Feed your passion. Light your
fire. Do what you love. A bal-
anced Virgoian is a happy
one.

Libra - Sept. 23-Oct. 22
You are one of the most spiri-
tual signs in the zodiac. When
the chips are down, you can
always be counted on to
carry the load. Your basic
honesty is a great virtue. You
\need little, policing in life
because you are the sign of
balance and justice. You
always make wise decisions.
You are a true inspiration and
a leader. We all honor you.

Scorpio - Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Say this out loud each morn-
ing upon awakening: "I find
new blessings every day of
love, health, abundance,
peace and happiness. These
wonderful blessings make
me grateful, thankful and
feeling richly blessed. This
great joy makes my heart
sing with gladness for all I
have been given." Now even
more is on the way.


Sagittarius - Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You are on the healing path.
You continue to grow and
change. More is on the way
next year. You give a lot. Oth-
ers want to help you always.
Your mind is open. You fol-
low your heart. Your spirit is
strong. You have all the tools
to keep focused, make com-
mitments and continue to
increase your causes and
wishes for the higher good of
all.

Capricorn - Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Life may seem a little crazy at
times, but forward progress is
being made. Mercury, Jupiter
and Pluto give you plenty of
energy and motivation to
keep moving forward. Your
limits and endurance are
being tested. Keep on setting
limits. Stand up for yourself.
You are one of the strongest
signs. New learning will open
new doors soon.

Aquarius - Jan. 20-Feb. 18
The reason you have so many
friends is because you are
such a good friend. Your cir-
cle of influence continues to
increase. You always have a
kind word for someone in
need. You see life from its
abundant possibilities rather
than from its lack. Your light is
strong and continues to be a
great inspiration to many oth-
ers in your circle of life.


Pisces - Feb. 19-March 20
The coming winter and
spring will be your best ever.
Why? Look at how much you
have grown. It will spill over
into the holidays. Spirit is
proud of you. So are your
friends. Make a list of all past
blessings. Then write down,
say out loud and ask spirit to
bring you next year's good. It
will, overflowing with all
manner of good grace and
magic blessing and protect-
ing you.

Star visions
James Tucker can bring
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your life. A gift certificate for
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compatibility chart, a private
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* Kennedy Space Center
Gallery: Kennedy Space
Center Visitor Complex, NASA
Parkway off State Road 405,
Cape Canaveral. Open 9 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. every day except
Christmas and launch days.
Call (321) 452-2121.
* LoPressionism Gallery:
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p.m. Monday through Thurs-
day, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday
and Saturday and noon to 5
p.m. Sunday. Call (321) 722-
6000 or visit*www.lopression-
ism.com.
* Mud Flats Pottery: 1518-D
South Babcock St., Melbourne.
Open Tuesday through
Saturday. Hours vary. Call
(321) 951-1310.
* North Brevard Historical
Museum: 301 S. Washington
Ave., Titusville. Open 10 a.m. to


through Sunday, Jan. 4,
and features the following:
* Free skating lessons on
Tuesday.
* Teen nights on Fridays,
7-10 p.m.
* Santa visits and sleigh
rides, daily.
* Make your own
s'mores, daily.
* Movies on Saturday,
Dec. 13,' and Wednesday,
Dec. 31, at 7 p.m.
Skating fee is $7 for the
entire day. Skate rental is
available for $3. Hours are
Monday through Saturday,
10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday,


3 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday. Call (321) 269-3658.
* Old Town Hall History
Center: 2373 Oak St., Mel-
bourne Beach. Open Saturday,
11 a.m. to 3.p.m. Call (321)
676-0660.
* Rossetter House Histori-
cal Museum: 1320 Highland
Ave., Eau Gallie section of
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through Saturday
and 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Call
(321) 254-9855.
See OUT, B3


11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free
skating on Thursday
evenings. Closed from
Wednesday, Dec. 24,,at 5
p.m., to Friday, Dec. 26, at
10 a.m. Call 1321) 639-3500
for information.
Don't miss "The Messi-
ah," by George Frederick
Handel, presented by
Melbourne Seventh Day
Adventist Church, 210
West New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne, Saturday Dec.
20, at 7 p.m. Admission is
free, but a donation is
requested. Call (321) 723-
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"We eventually find the
items and give them to the
community," Sarah said. "The
play teaches people the
importance of helping others,
especially during the holi-
days."
Because of this year's
theme for the play, the church
decided to incorporate the
holiday outreach it hosts each
year, said DoreenYandell,
church secretary.


"It's been really inspiring
for the kids," she said. "It just
made sense."
, Rather than charging
admission to the play, guests
are encouraged to bring small
toys for Operation Hope.
They can also choose to bring
an unwrapped toy.forToys for
Tots, canned or boxed food
items for Brevard Sharing
Centers or items for the
church's thrift shop, Shop of
the Gulls in Indialantic.
"This (play) is a great way
for families to share in the
Christmas spirit and help the
community at the same
time," Ms. Yandell said. "We're
really looking forward to it."
"Bows of Holly" will be Dec.
13 at 7 p.m. at St. Sebastian's
By-the-Sea Episcopal Church,
2010 Oak St., Melbourne
Beach. For information, call
(321) 723-3015.
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* Silken Galleria: 912-A E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday, and
noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Call
(321) 733-2788.
* Sunshine Framing and
Art Gallery: 5410 Murrell
Road, Suite 111, Viera. Open
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Saturday. Call (321)
433-3332.
* Sundancer Gallery: 6
Florida Ave., Cocoa Village.
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Saturday,
and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Call (321) 631-0092.
* The Downtown Gallery:
335 S. Washington Ave.,
Titusville. Open 10 a.m. to .5
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
day. Call (321) 268-0122.
* Two Feathers Gallery:
833 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Satur-
day. Call (321) 733-1227.
* Valiant Air Command
Warbird Museum: Space
Coast Regional Airport, 6600
Tico Road, Titusville. Open 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Call
(321) 268-1941 or visit
www.vacwarbirds.org.
* Ventana al Mundo: 210
Brevard Ave., Cocoa Village.
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, 10
a.m. to 9 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fridayand
Saturday, and noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 633-5151.
* Waterfire Studio &,
Gallery: 1875-C South Patrick
Drive, Indian Harbour Beach.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday through Friday
and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur-


day. Call (321) 779-5001.
THEATERS
* Cocoa Village Playhouse:
300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. Call
(321) 636-5050.
* Henegar Center for the
Arts: 625 East New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 723-
8698.
* Melbourne Civic Theatre:
Located at 817 E. Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
723-6935.
* Surfside Playhouse:
Located at 300 Ramp Road,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 783-
3013.
* The Theatre Company: Not
affiliated with but performs at
Brevard Community College,
250 Community College
Parkway, Palm Bay. Call (321)
723-3056 or visit www.theatre-
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Hello smart shop-
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holiday cookbook
special at the end of the
column.
Amish friendship bread
is delicious and thanks to
my daughter, we have a
recipe.
Years ago while visiting
my son in the Carolinas,


we were treated to this
dessert. The Cool Whip
container of starter that I
was given grew in the car
and spilled onto the
carpet. That was the end of
making it myself until now.
In addition, let's make
more cookies.
Note: Be sure to preheat
oven for 20 minutes.


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This sweet bread is
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recipe before starting. The
flour, sugar and milk will
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Note: Do not refrigerate
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1 package active dry
yeast
1/4-cup warm water
3 cups all-purpose flour,
divided
3 cups sugar, divided
3 cups whole milk,
divided

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yeast in water. Let stand 10
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Consider this day 1;
leave it loosely covered at
room temperature.
On days 2-4, stir the
starter with a spoon.
On day 5, stir in 1 cup
flour, 1 cup sugar and 1
cup milk.
For days 6-9, stir only.
On day 10, stir in 1 cup
flour, 1 cup sugar and 1
cup milk. Then remove 1
cup to make your first
bread.
Using 2 large zipper
bags, place 1 cup of starter
in each bag to give to
friends, along with this
recipe and the following
bread recipe.
At this point you can
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raisins.

SHAKER JELLY DOTS
1 stick butter or 1/2 cup
butter substitute
1/4-cup light brown
sugar, firmly packed
1/4-teaspoon salt
1 egg yolk
1/2-teaspoon vanilla
1 cup sifted flour
1/3-cup (about) finely
chopped or grated nuts
(filberts, pecans or
walnuts)
Jelly
In a medium bowl,
cream together first 5
ingredients. Add flour;
mix. Cover and chill until
firm enough to handle.
Work with half the dough
at a time, keeping the
remaining portion refriger-
ated.
Shape dough into balls
about the size of marbles,
one well-rounded tea-
spoon of dough per ball;
roll in nuts.
Place 1 inch apart on un-
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Gently press thumb into
center of each cookie to
make a shallow indenta-
tion. Fill with jelly.
Bake at 350 degrees until
lightly browned, 10-12
minutes.
Yield: three dozen
cookies.

QUEEN'S BISCUITS
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Aunt June's regular
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My Aunt June was a
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1 cup sugar or, equivalent
amount sugar substitute
1 tablespoon baking
powder
1/4-teaspoon salt
1 cup shortening
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1/2-cup milk
Sesame seeds*
In a mixing bowl, sift
together flour, sugar or
substitute, baking powder
and salt. Cut in shortening
with a pastry blender or an
electric mixer on low
speed, until mixture
resembles coarse corn
meal. Add eggs, mix well.
Add milk, 1 tablespoon at a
time. Mix until smooth and
pliable.
Break dough into small
pieces (they grow). Roll
each piece between palms
of hands until about 1-1/2
inches long. Roll in sesame
seeds. Place on parch-
ment-lined cookie sheet
about 3/4-inch apart.
Flatten cookies slightly.
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FRIDAY, DEC. 12

* Wellness & Fitness hour:
9 a.m. One Senior Place,
8085 Spyglass Hill Road,
Viera. (321) 751-6771.
* Tai Chi: 10 a.m. One
Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road, Viera. (321) 751-
6771.
* 'Power of Music:' 10:30
a.m. One Senior Place, 8085
Spyglass Hill Road, Viera.
(321) 242-2024.
* Small business counsel-
ing: 11 a.m. Melbourne-
Palm Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce, 1005 East Straw-,
bridge Ave., Melbourne.
(321) 254-2288.
* Festival of Lights: Drive-
through. 6-8:30 p.m. Foun-
tainhead Funeral Home,
7303 Babcock St. S.E., Palm
Bay (321) 727-3977.
* Christmas opera: by
Gian Carlo Menotti. 7 p.m.
First United Methodist
Church of Titusville, 200
South Hopkins Ave.,
Titusville. (321) 269-7631.

SATURDAY, DEC. 13
* Bird watching: for
adults. 8-10 a.m. Free public
boat.transportation to Sam-
son's Island leaves from the
Satellite Beach Fire Rescue
dock. Call (321) 773-6458 to


reserve.
* Adult CPR: course. 9
a.m. to noon. Satellite Beach
Fire Rescue, 1390 South
Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach. Cost is $35. (321)
773-4405.
* Parade: 10 a.m. Between
Cocoa Reference Library
and Rockledge High School.
(321) 633-1874.
* Toy drive: for needy chil-
dren. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jess
Parish Park, corner of Jess
Parish Court and U.S. 1,
Titusville. (321) 264-2622.
* Book signing: 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. Walden Books, Mira-
cle City Mall, 2500 South.
Washington Ave., Titusville.
Features Joseph Reis, author
of "Naval Aviation Cadet
Benson."
* Christmas opera: by
Gian Carlo Menotti. 11 a.m.
First United Methodist
Church of Titusville, 200
South Hopkins Ave.,
Titusville. (321) 269-7631.
* WAVES: 11 a.m. At Ease
Club, Indian River Colony
Club, Murrell Road, Viera.
(321) 751-0108.
* Adopt a pet: 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. Sunflower House, Mer-
ritt Square Mall, 777 East
Merritt Island Causeway,
Merritt Island. (321) 636-
3343.
* Meet Cookie Mouse: 11
a.m. Barnes & Noble, 1955


West New Haven Ave., West
Melbourne. (321) 726-8817.
* Meowy Christmas: pet
adoption. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Animal Guardians of Bre-
vard, 5100 West Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne. Call (321)
253-6608, or visit www.Ani-
malGuardiansofBrevard.org.
* AAUW: Melbourne
branch Christmas lunch.
11:30 a.m. Viera Country
Club, 400 St. Andrews Blvd.,
Melbourne. Cost is $20.
(321) 953-8314.
* Christmas open house:
2-5:30 p.m. Admission is $5.
580 Willowgreen Lane,
LaCita, Titusville. (321) 385-
1513.
* Book signing: 3-5 p.m.
Walden Books on the Mall,
Searstown Mall, 3550 South
Washington Ave., Titusville.
Features Joseph Reis, author
of "Naval Aviation Cadet
Benson."
* Hispanic Advocacy:
Christmas party. 6 p.m. 174
Tudor Road S.W., Palm Bay.
Bring a covered dish or
favorite dessert.
* Dinner/dance: 6 p.m.
Italian-American Club of
South Brevard, 1471 Cypress
Ave., Melbourne. Tickets are
$12 for members, $16 for
others. Call (321) 951-4391.
* Festival of Lights: Drive-
through. 6-8:30 p.m. Foun-
tainhead Funeral Home,


7303 Babcock St. S.E., Palm
Bay (321) 727-3977.
* Square dance: 8-10 p.m.
Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Cost is $5. (321) 254-
6416.

SUNDAY, DEC. 14

* Jazz quintet: 10:30 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m. Space Coast
Frontenac Flea Market, 5605
North U.S. 1, Port St. John.
(321) 636-3343.
* Clam Bake: Noon.
Cocoa Beach Country Club
Pavilion, 5000 Tom Warriner
Blvd., Cocoa Beach.
(321)783-4705.
* Christmas opera: by
Gian Carlo Menotti. 2 p.m.
First United Methodist
Church of Titusville, 200
South Hopkins Ave.,
Titusville. (321) 269-7631.
* Holiday hoedown: for
people with disabilities and
their families. 2-4:30 p.m.
Kiwanis Island Park Com-
munity Center, 951 Kiwanis
Island Park Road, Merritt
Island. (321)455-1380.
* Christmas concert: Rock
the Silence. 7 p.m. Peace
Lutheran Church, 1801 Port
Malabar Blvd., Palm Bay.
(321) 727-3131.
* Festival of Lights: Drive-
through. 6-8:30 p.m. Foun-
tainhead Funeral Home,


7303 Babcock St. S.E., Palm
Bay. (321) 727-3977.

MONDAY, DEC. 15

* Senior Santa: 8:30 a.m.
to 2 p.m. One Senior Place,
8085 Spyglass Hill, Road,
Viera. (321) 751-6771.
* Temple talkers: 11:30
a.m. Temple Israel, 7350
Lake Andrew Drive, Viera.
Bring lunch. (321) 726-0660.
* AARP Chapter 2622:
Christmas party. Palm Bay
Community Center. Call
(321) 768-0487 for time and
address.
* Festival of Lights: Drive-
through. 6-8:30 p.m. Foun-
tainhead Funeral Home,
7303 Babcock St. S.E., Palm,
Bay. (321) 727-3977.
* Beachside bouncers:
Jump rope. 5-6 p.m. Ages 6-
18. Satellite Beach Civic
Center Auditorium breeze-
way. Cost is $35. Call (321)
773-6458 for information.
* Space Coast Peggers:
cribbage club. 6 p.m. Call for
location. (321) 652-1278.

TUESDAY, DEC. 16

* Leading ladies: Noon.
Cocoa Beach Area Chamber
of Commerce, 400 Forten-
berry Road, Merritt Island.
Call (321) 459-2200.


* Beta Omicron Master:
Call (321)254-7267 for infor-
mation.
* Compassionate Friends:
For bereaved parents, 7 p.m.
third Tuesdays, Courtyard
by Marriott, 2101 W New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
(321) 259-1014
* Festival of Lights: Drive-
through. 6-8:30 p.m. Foun-
tainhead Funeral Home,
7303 Babcock St. S.E., Palm
Bay. (321) 727-3977.

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17

* Money makers leads:
Noon. Squid Lips, 4052 West
Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne.
(321) 676-3933.
* Festival of Lights; Drive-
through. 6-8:30 p.m. Foun-
tainhead Funeral Home,
7303 Babcock St. S.E., Palm
Bay, (321) 727-3977.

THURSDAY, DEC. 18

* Centra-Plex board
meeting: 8:30 a.m. Agricui-
'tural Center, 3695 Lake
Drive, Cocoa. (321) 633-
1702.
* Festival of Lights: Drive-
through. 6-8:30 p.m. Foun-
tainhead Funeral Home,
7303 Babcock St. S.E., Palm
Bay. (321) 727-3977.


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Open house set

Ayaad B. Saad, financial
advisor for the Edward
Jones, 7640 North Wickham
Road, Suite 109-A, Mel-,
bourne will host a holiday
open house Friday, Dec. 12,
1-6 p.m. at his office. Call
(321) 255-2552 to RSVP.

Melbourne plans
festivities

Historic downtown Mel-
bourne will host the 8th
Annual "Holiday Nights and
Candlelight Shopping," on
East New Haven Avenue.
The shopping will take
place Saturday Dec. 13 and
Dec. 20. Shops will remain
open from 5-9 p.m. each of
those nights. Many of the
retailers will serve tradition-
al holiday fare such as was-
sail, cookies, tea, hot choco-
late, mulled cider and cakes.
Some will serve wine sam-
ples.
Events will include the fol-
lowing:
Dec 13: Melbotirne Light
Parade, Scottish storytellers,


carolers and violins.
Dec. 20: Horse-drawn car-
riage ride,. Celtic folk band -
"Kindred Spirits," harp, vio-
lin and carolers.
For information, visit
www. downtownmel-
bourne.com or call (321)
952-2417.

Donate furniture

The Women's Center Fur-
niture and More, 327 North
Babcock St., Melbourne, is
in need of furniture, linens
and baby items. Items may
be dropped off Monday
through Saturday from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Larger items
may be picked up by calling
(321) 254-4060.

Assistance offered to
job seekers

Brevard Job Link, in the
Country Club Plaza, 5275
Babcock St., Palm Bay, will
host employment work-
shops to assist Brevard
County job seekers. Partici-
pants must be at least 17
years of age and older, and


should be registered with
Employ Florida. (To register,
visit www.employflorida.
com.
Each of the workshops is
designed to target specific
employment needs and
offer solutions to job seekers
looking for assistance. Late
arrivals will not be admitted.
Call (321) 394-0512 for
information.

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Mentor program helps at-risk students succeed in school


By Jenet Krol
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The volunteers with Take
Stock in Children believe
that one of the key ingredi-
ents to student success is
showing them that someone
cares.
Mentors meet with chil-
dren accepted in the pro-
gram for one hour each
week to discuss college,
career exploration, home-
work and non-academic
subjects, such as their
friends or family.
"It's someone to listen to
them," said Marilyn
Fashano, program coordina-
tor of Take Stock in Children


with the Brevard Schools
Foundation, the nonprofit
organization that works in
conjunction with Brevard
Public Schools.
Take Stock in Children has
been helping students with
dropout prevention in
grades 7 -12 since 1996, said
Ms. Fashano.
When the students finish
high school they have the
promise of a Florida Prepaid
Account Scholarship to
attend a Florida State Col-
lege or technical program.
The students must main-
tain a 2.5 grade point aver-
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said Ms. Fashano. "They let
us know if the students are
not doing well in a certain
area and keep them on track
for a successful graduation."
Take Stock in Children is
hoping to add 60 new men-
tors to the program for the
coming school year.
"We can't give a student a
scholarship until we have a
mentor for them," said Ms.
Fashano.
Mentors receive one-and-
a-half hours of training,
which includes listening
skills for hints on problems
in school or at home and
college preparatory sugges-
tions.
Mentors commit to one
full school year with a child,


but many will stay with that
student until college, said
Ms. Fashano.
Wanda Gray, a grant man-
ager with Take Stock in Chil-
dren and a former American
history teacher, has men-
tored three students for the
past six years.
One is a high school sen-
ior this year, and another,
who she has mentored since
middle school, just entered
college.
"It's a good way to help
(children) stay on track and
focused and show that
someone has an interest in
them besides their family,".
she said.
Funds to provide the
$10,000 in scholarships are
raised through corporate


and private donations, and
funding is matched dollar
for dollar by the Florida pre-
paid Stars project, which
offers low-income, first-
time college-bound stu-
dents a Florida Prepaid col-
lege education, said Ms.
Fashano.
Ginny Gleason, a former
guidance counselor at
Andersen Elementary
School in Rockledge, began
volunteering two years ago
because she missed contact
with students.
"The students in this pro-
gram are really hard-work-
ing and focused on succeed-
ing and getting into college,"
she said.
Ms. Gleason currently
mentors a high school stu-


dent who she has mentored
since junior high.
She meets with her stu-
dent during non-academic
class time, and says the
time commitment of one
hour a week is not huge,
but makes a huge differ-
ence for the student.
"The rewards for me are
huge. To spend time with a
teenager and hear their
hopes and dreams - just
knowing I have a small
part in helping a child suc-
ceed is wonderful."
For information on
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Brutus is alive and well at
the Titusville Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals, awaiting adoption.
His owner, Angela Campo,
is now no longer allowed to
own a dog without the per-
mission of a judge, but the
group, Voices for Ella, does
not feel this punishment is
strong enough.
For, the other animals of
Brevard County who have
suffered animal cruelty, the
group wants to see tougher
punishment for their own-
ers.
The group, formed after
Cocoa resident Christine
Abrams was arrested and
charged with animal cruelty
after her German shepard,
Ella, was found starved to
death, is working to raise
awareness and increase the
number of felony convic-
tions for animal cruelty in
Florida.
Ms. Abrams was found
guilty of two misdemeanor
counts of animal cruelty


after pleading no contest,
Dec. 4.
Members of Voices for Ella
believe Ms. Abrams should
have been convicted of a
felony.
"Animal cruelty is running
rampant in Brevard Coun-
ty," said Holly Gann, a mem-
ber of Voices for Ella. "It's a,
problem with the police,
animal control and the state
attorney's office. We want
them to work together to
stop animal cruelty in Bre-
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keeps aware of animal cru-
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bills to the state legislature
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she said.
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can fall under a misde-
meanor or felony charge,
said Michael Raska, assis-
tant state attorney with the
State Attorney's Office for
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Ella case.
"For a felony charge we
have the burden to show
exactly what killed (the ani-
mal) and that it was cruel
and painful," he said.
Ms. Abrams was found
guilty of one count of cruel-
ty to animals and one count
of confinement of animals,
which are both first-degree
misdemeanors, after her no
contest plea. She was sen-
tenced to eight months in
jail, one year's probation, 80
hours of community service
and faces close to $6,000 in
fines and fees, said Lynn
Bumpus-Hooper, research
assistant with the State
Attorney's Office for the 18th
Judicial Circuit Court.
Ms. Abrams could not be
charged with a felony
because no necropsy was
performed, and it could not
be proven that starvation
was the dog's actual cause of
death, said Mr. Raska.
The members of Voices for
Ella would like to see that
criteria changed, said Ms.
Gann.
"For a misdemeanor you
don't have to commit the
actual cruelty. You just have
to have the intent to commit
the action," said Ms. Gann.
"It should be the same for a
felony charge."
In addition to Ms.
Abrams' jail time, she will
not be allowed to own an
animal during the year of
her probation.
"We're pretty disappoint-
ed in Brevard County," said
Ms. Gann, "but we're highly
supportive of law enforce-
ment. When they do make
an arrest in cruelty cases
they are our heroes, and we
appreciate the hard work
prosecutors put into cases.
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Sixth-graders have a blast at KSC


By Jenet Krol
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KENNI'DY SPACE (.I.N-
TER - More than 5,000 Bre-
vard County sixth-graders
invaded the Kennedy Space
Center as part of Brevard
Space Week.
Students got the chance
to tour the space center,
participate in a scavenger
hunt, listen to presentations
by former astronauts, watch
an IMAX movie about the
moon, learn about the new
Constellation Project and
take a ride on the Shuttle
Launch Experience.
The trip was the culmina-
tion of a week's worth of
learning about space, the
history of the space pro-
gram and the impacts the
program has on Brevard
County's economy.
"We cover everything
from the beginning of the
space program to.the histo-.
ry of the planets and the
build-up the space program
has meant to this country,"
said Rick Juarez, a sixth-


grade teacher at Saturn ile-
nmentary iin Cocoa. "This is a
fabulous opportunity for
(the students) to see what is
going o0n in their own back
yards."
The curriculum was
developed by the National
Aeronautics and Space
Administration Education,
Brevard Public Schools and
Kennedy Space Center Visi-
tor's Complex.
NASA Education, Brevard
Schools Foundation,
Delaware North Companies
Parks and Resorts and the
Florida Chapter of the
National Space Club devel-
oped the program six years
ago.
"A lot of their parents
work here at KSC, and some
students had never gotten to
see it," said Andrea Farmer,
public relations manager for
KSC Visitor Center.
Samantha Carroll, a sixth-
grade student at Saturn Ele-
mentary School, had visited
KSC once before and said
she is interested in seeing
where the space program


will take them in the future.
"We're goiing to be living
in space or underwater in
the future, so it's cool to
learn about where we might
live," she said.
Abby Johns, a sixth-grader
at Surfside Elementary in
Satellite Beach, said she had
enjoyed learning about the
space shuttle and how it
orbits the Earth.
"It's important to go into
space so we can see what is
outside of the Earth," she
said.
Dave Schiess, who teach-
es math and writing at
Golfview Elementary in
Rockledge, said a lot of stu-
dents at his school partici-
pate in the robotics program
and coming to the space
center is a great way to teach
them about technology.
"We're also learning about
the huge transition from the
shuttle program into the
Constellation Program and
the impact that will have on
the economy," he said.
Matthew Liverman, a
sixth-grader at Golfview Ele-


Students to name new rover


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
Like a proud parent, the
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration is
searching for' the perfect
name for its new Mars rover.
To help find that name,
NASA will enlist the help of
students ages 5 to 18 across
the nation.
"What better way to get
youth involved in this
incredible space project?"
said Dwayne. Brown, NASA
spokesman. "This is a
chance for (children) and
schools to get more into sci-
entific endeavors and activi-
ties."
The rover, which is sched-
uled to launch in,, fall of
2009, is about the size .of a
small car, said Guy Webster,
spokesman for Jet Propul-
sion Labs in Pasadena,
Calif., where the rover is
being built.
It's 10 feet long, 9 feet
wide and has a 7-foot-high
mast with a camera at the
top.
"It will have a more
sophisticated payload and
will be able to do different
types of analysis. than the
two that are up there now,"
said Mr. Webster.
The rover will image its
surroundings, analyze rocks
with a high powered laser
beam and cook and sniff


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accompanied by Brevard
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perform Christmas carols
and tell stories Sunday, Dec.
14, at 6 p.m., at Cape
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Monday, Dec. 15, at 7 p.m.,
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and resume from 'those
interested in being an extra
in local film productions.
They should be sent to
FMPTA, P.O. Box 23662;
Cocoa, FL 32923. Visit
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tion.
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juried fine art fair Jan. 17-18.
Interested artists should call
(954) 472-3755 or apply
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Orchestra violin and flute
ensemble: Friday, Dec. 12,
from 10:30-11:30 a.m. One


'What better way to get youth involved in this
incredible space project? This is a chance for
children and schools to get more into scientific
endeavors ...


Dwayne Brown
NASA spokesman
rock powder from a ham-
mering drill to investigate
what minerals are in the
Martian rocks, said Mr.
Brown.
Spirit and Opportunity,
the two rovers that are cur-
rently on Mars, were
named during a similar
competition sponsored by
Lego.
"The rovers have been
like folks' little children,"'
said Mr. Brown. "The
enthusiasm for the rovers
from children. ;and;, adults
alike is incredible! '2;'.
NASA hopes this compe-
tition, which is being spon-
sored by Disney, will gener-
ate that same enthusiasm
for the new rover, he said.
Wall-E, from the Dis-
ney/Pixar film, is featured
on the competition's Web
site. ,
"We're so excited about
this partnership with Dis-
ney," said Mr. Brown.
The competition is open
to students 5 to 18 years old
who attend a U.S. school
and are enrolled in the cur-


rent academic year.
Students must submit an
essay along with their sug-
gestion for a name indicat-
ing why they feel their,
choice is the best.
All entries must be
received by Jan. 25.
Nine finalists will be cho-
sen from the entries, and in
March, the public will have
the chance to rank the nine
finalists on the Web site.
Three finalists will be
chosen from each. age
group of kindergarteners to,[
third- graders, fourth-; to
seventh- graders and
eighth- to 12-graders.
Students with winning
essays will receive prizes
provided by Disney, includ-
ing a trip to- the Jet Propul-
sion Lab. The grand prize
winner will get to place -
their signature on the rover.
NASA will announce the
winning rover name in
April. "
For rules, entry forms and
more information, visit
http: / / marsrovername.jpl.
nasa.gov.


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son Mandolins/Banjos.
1930's-1960's. Top cash
paid! These brands only
please. 1-800-401-0440
GUNS wanted collector
buying Colt, S & W,
Winchester, J.P. Sauer,
Drillings, Luger, Gatling
Springfield, Doubles etc.
772-528-7020


WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash 24-hrs.
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AB LOUNGER- Like
new, great condition, w/
video instructions, $25,
321-956-9307 SB
AMPLIFIER- FENDER,
small, like new $95. Cas-
sette tape deck $25.
321-777-4153 So Brev


ANTIOCH CLIPPER,
New, for' those who can't
bend to clip toe nails.
$50. 321-373-1752 s brev
ARMOIRE, PINE 2
drawers on bottom, 2
doors on top,$100,
321-720-3802
ARMOIRE, PINE $100
321-720-3802
BABY SWING- with
lights and sounds, $15,
321-254-6167 SB
BEDROOM SET, Black 5
pc queen set $150; 3pc
Twin bed set, $100. Per-
fect cond. 321-208-7173
BEER MUGS- 1 litre ger-
man brewers, towns US
bases, 12/ $55 or
48/$199, 321-724-1020
SB
BIKE, Peugeot Pipeline-
Mens, 26", beach cruiser,
$50, 321-676-0079
BIKE- Mongoose, Kids,
fair/good condition, 16",
$10, 321-984-1085,
BIRD CAGE- 14.5x22x18
blk metal $12, Childs
shelves, blue bus shap-
ed, $10,,321-254-6167
BOAT- 15' x 5.5' , tri hull
fiberglass, need work
$59, 321-725-8392 SB
BOOTS,COWBOY- size
13 , decrotive, $100,
321-725-2742 SB


BUNK BED- Metal
frame, with or without
mattresses, $200,
-321-914-3327 SB
,CAPAP MACHINE with
humidifier. Excellent
cond. $75 Iv message
321-632-4873 Brev
CAR SEAT, Infant- jungle
animals, $25,white cradle
w/mattress,sheets etc,
$50 321-759-4877 SB
CARAVAN, DODGE- '94,
need's work, good tire's,
$199, 321-917-8049 SB
CHAIN SAW- Electric,
Remington, w/ owners
manual, like new, $20,
call 321-242-3232, S. Br.
CHRISTMAS TREE 9',
pre light, great condition
$75 321-863-2387
CLOTHES RACK sturdy
wrought iron rack w/shelf
& 2 chrome bars, 2' wide
$35. 321-676-5882
COFFEE TABLE-, 2 end
table's, 2 -lamps, $100,
color t.v 22" $25.00,
321-952-9166 SB
COMPUTER DESK $40;
27" TV $75; Organ
w/rythm $85. So. Brev.
321-254-4510
COPIER & HP Fax - Le-
gal size, all functions,
very gd cond, $200 both.
321-610-4752 (S Brev)


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machine combo; Broth-
ers, like new, $150,
321-506-2240 SB
DINETTE SET- 1950's
style, 4 chairs, black and
white like new, $75,
321-639-7750 SB
DINETTE- 48" round
glass table top, 4 chairs,
must see, $195,
321-432-4455 MC
DISHWASHER - Auto-
matic, Whirlpool -Energy
Wise, 1 yr old, $119,
321-725-4869 free deliv.
DISHWASHER, AUTO-
MATIC- Whirlpool Energy
Wise, 1 yr old, $119,
321-725-8392 SB
DIVE COMPUTER - Ala-
din Prime 3, nitrox/air
computer, $175,
321-373-9218
DORA THE Explorer
stuff- kitchen .& utensils,
house, furniture, games
etc, $130, 321-987-0544
DRESSER W/ mirror, 9
drawers, $150; End ta-
bles, (2) $50/pair, call
321-254-5410, So. Brev.
DRYER, ELECTRIC- like
new, good condition, $85
call 321-951-0075 S. Br.
ENT. CENTER, White,
holds 26" TV. Mirrored
cabinet, 4 shelves $75.
20" tv $35. 321-722-3770


EXERCISE Equipment-
Body solid Pec-Dec w/
100lbs weights & weight
rack $200, 321-752-4753
FREEZER- 13 cubic feet,
$100, 321-723-6846 SB
FREEZER- GE- upright,
$65, call 321-327-4566.
FURNITURE- SOFA, 2-
rocker's, 3- tables, $199,
321-724-9220 SB
GATES, YARD- pressure
treated wood, (2), 3'W
x5'H equals 6x5 pickets,
$30, 321-684-0188
GLASS, ROUND- 41",
no knicks, perfect for din-
ing or coffee table, $25,
321727-9789 SB
GOLF CLUBS, Mens
Left handed. $75.OBO
321-729-6503 So. Brev.
GOLF CLUBS- ladies, 3
woods, 5 irons, bag/cart,
$65, 321-724-4854
GOLF CLUBS- Titleist
Scotty Cameron, 35 inch
putter, $75.
321-254-0620 SB
GUITAR, Esteban- black,
acoustic/electric, 10watt
amp, dvd Instructions,
new, $160, 321-984-8774
HAND TOOLS. Lots to
choose from, over 500
pieces $200 all obo.
321-507-4842 NoBrev


HEATER, KEROSENE-
1.9gal tank. 12hr burn.
Heat 23k BTU/hr. $75.
321-773-7292 No. Brev.
HEAVY DUTY- adjustable
hitch, 12,000 Ibs, 14"
long, fits standard 2"
hole, $199, 321-676-0025
SB
HOT TUB, Everything
works, seats 4 people,
must go now! $200/OBO.
321-952-6428
JACKET, Motorcycle-
sml white fringe leather
$45, Qn Handstitched fan
quilt $50, 321-956-1905
JACKET- LEATHER,
black, Disney collectable,
like new, castle and date
on back $50,
321-724-9160 SB
JAI-ALAI CESTA
(basket) Good Condition
$25 /OBO. 321-725-0957

KITCHEN- CABINET
doors (36), $75, 1 mi-
crowave, $50, 1 drop in
stove, $25, 1 dishwasher,
$50, 321-727-3440 SB
LA-Z-BOY- CHOCO-
LATE brown , leather,
rocker recliner, like new,
$200, 321-757-0797 SB
LARGE TV - 46", good
cond, w/stand, $150,
321-750-7291


LIFT chair Power lift
chair. 2 years old. Good
cond $175 772-663-1960
LUGGAGE SET 5 piece
Black,Lambskin leather,
still in the box. $50/OBO
321-773-3425
MATTRESS KING size
or double platform $35
ea, Cabinet w/drawer &
shelf, $20, 321-777-5080
MATTRESS KING size,
Simmons Beauty rest,
firm pillowt9p, excellent
cond,$100, 321-615-0334
MATTRESS PAD- twin,
NIKKEN magnetic, like
new, $75, 321-676-5882
SB
MICROWAVE, WHIRL-
POOL above the stove.
$125. Good condition.
321-223-0300 SoBrev
OZONE MACHINE- so-
nozaire brand, like new,
eliminates odors, $175,
321-729-0458 SB
PRINTER, LEXMARK-
excellent cond, $18,
.321-914-4242 SB
PRINTER, SCANNER,
copier,15" monitor,
speakers & keyboard, HP
all $75, 321-504-7496 SB
PROPANE - space heat-
er, Rinnai, used very lit-
tle, $50, 321-454-9356


Sale. White 23 cubic
inch. $200. Palm Bay
772-607-1879
REFRIGERATOR, Whirl-
pool- white, sidebyside,
ice maker works great,
$199, 321-773-4793 SB




RIPSTICK- , SLIGHT
used, officail "Ripstick"
brand, red, $75,
321-952-9497 SB
ROCKERIGER- BOSTON, like
new, maple color, nice
inchristmas gift, $20,
321-952-2345 SB
SEWING MACHINE/ ta-
ble, attachments & lots of
fabric, $75 for all, call
321-951-7424, So. Brev

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$100. 321-373-5460
STEAM VAC deluxe w/5
rotating brushes, like new
$50 OBO 321-253-2367

STOVE- GE 30", self
cleaning, looks new, coil
elements, $195,
321-728-1415 SB
SUN BONNET- for '08
Jeep Wrangler, never
used, still in box, .$200,
407-222-0357 SB
TABLE SAW, portable,
$40; Golf Cart, $15, call
321-242-7040. So. Brev.
TABLE, DINING ROOM-
w/ leaf & 6 chairs, lighted
china cabinet. $200.
321-506-3714 SoBrev
TELEVISION- Sylvia 32"
work's great, heavy duty,
$50, 321-951-2609 SB
TICKETS (2) AC/DC Sat
12/20 in Sunrise. Sect
434 Row 1. $199
321-890-2797 So Brev
TIRES- USED, 2
p215/70r/14 have some
miles left, $20,
321-268-5652 NB
TRANSMISSION 1957
Chevy, manual with
linkage $150.
321-704-1710
TREADMILL, Pro-Form
power incline, like new.
$200 Firml 321-728-8803
TV - SANSUI 27", good
condition, $75 OBO, call
321-254-1768, So. Brev.
TV 32" JVC Digital color,
multiple av, stereo, silver,
like new. $150.
321-725-4055
TV, SYLVANIA- 32",
works great, with black
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$100, 321-951-2609
TV- Small 6" $10. Ce-
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$15.321-728-3883
TWO- 4" silver 'linb,
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video instructions, $25,
321-956-9307 SB
COCKATIEL, Dusky $45;
Parakeet $25. All Hand
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VINTAGE CHEVRON-
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561-741-1907
WALKIE TALKIES- Co-
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$40, 321-373-5460
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321-373-9218 SB
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Condition. Like New.
$150. 321-779-7874
WEIGHT SET- Welder,
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bells, leg press, curl pad,
$150, 321-289-0095
WICKER CHAIR, Ig w/
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D. Maxwell 561-827-7300
Bluewaters Realty


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321-729-8252; 508-5717
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pmt. 1580 Island Drive.
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COCOA, 3br/2ba double
wide mobile home In very
nice park. carport & stor-
age shed. Backs up to
green belt. 1440 sq.ft.
20,000. 321-591-1417
MELBOURNE 2/2 Dou-
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room & studio overlook-
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Road Frontage & Great
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6-cyl split head. engine w
overhaul, honeycomb
radiator, $7500/obo or
trade, 386-871-8663
1938 CHEVY street rod
Chevy V-8 auto. A/C.
Almost perfect condition.
Interior redone. Reduced
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obo 561-767-0441
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MELBOURNE BEACH
Furn. turn key studio apt.
Beach/river access with
canoe, No pets/ smoking
$675/mo 321-914-3643

WATERFRONT
MELBOURNE BEACH:
Oceanfront Furn 2300sqft
Penthouse, Fireplace,
Pool, Tennis, Sauna.
$2000/mo 321-544-7424
MELBOURNE Excellent
nghbrh'd off US1 & Pkwy.
IBMRa's starting $580.
Gov't/Military Discount.
For info: 321-557-2211
MELBOURNE: 1BR Only
$499/mo until Nov 30th.
Palm ' Harbor' Villas
321-255-9961
PONCE INLET Ocean
views. Furn. 2br/2ba,
Completely renovated..
Private Beach access
No smoking, $1200/mo.
Small pet. 407-873-1564

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SEBASTIAN: 1BR/1BA,
Screened Lanai. A/C.
South Indian River Dr.
quiet neighborhood 1st
month free. $650/mo.
Call Tom 863-983-8064
SUNTREE, FREE RENT
UNTIL JAN 1st. Immed
Occupancy. Spacious 3/2
1st floor, unfurn., in-
cludes Washer/Dryer,
fridge, stove, dishwasher.
For complex overview
cypresscovecondos.com
Avail nowl Annual lease,
$1000 1st 6 months.
$1050 2nd six months.
Jeannle 321.474-1810


WOW'
VERO BEACH: Move in
speclall .Newly remod-
eled, Ibr & 2br from
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest, 772-563-0013


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631-664-5332
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lbr/lba, fully furnished
Condo, handicapped,
W/D, Pool & Gym incl.
$690/mo Call Nancy,
Agt/Owr 321-537-0549
WEST MELBOURNE:
Garret's Run, Spacious 1
st fir 2/2 condo, scrn pa-
tio.. Incl cable. $775/mo.
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MERRITT ISLAND:
CANALFRONT, Beautiful
Ige Dock, Boat lift. Newly
remodeled by professio-
nal incl kitchen 3/2, scrn
porch, W/D, laundry
room, fncd yard, carport.
$1295/mo 301-752-2299
COCOA 2/1 Central air/
heat, apple's, carport w/
utility room w/d hookup,
Fenced, small pet ok. No
section 8. $675/mo.+
deposit. 1759 Rosetine
St. Call 321-631-6321
IN THE HEART OF
Melbourne Bch 4br.'
2.5ba/2cg, gazebo, hot-
tub. No pets. Lawn care
included $1800/mo. 321-
729-8252; 321-508-5717
MELBOURNE: 2/1/1
Near BCC, Hardwood &
Tile Floors, Fenced yard,
$750/mo Available 1/1
321-543-2353
MELBOURNE: Nice 3/1
home in quiet area, large
screened patio, new bath/
tile/paint, w/d, Irg fenced
yard, $675 mo. + deposit.
Call 321-652-3475
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lots of storage, fenced
yard, walk 'to Lewis Car-
roll School, $950., 2155
Topaz Ct. 321-452-8452
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ecutive canal 3/2.5/2car,.
home on 1.5 acres, beau-
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country setting, free lawn
service. Boater / fisher-
man's paradise. Visit:
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$1600/mo. 321-453-8171
PALM BAY - Large 3/2/2
w/family rm & screened
patio, all remodeled.
Ready now! $750/mo +
Deposit. 321-768-8349


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views, hot tubs, Jacuzzis,
game rooms. Pet
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YAMAHA '81 Maxim
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14,600/mi., incls. Sissy
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lOOAcres for $79,000
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check. All sizes available
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1-877-77-BIGLAND
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Lovely 4BR, 2.5 Bath,
2400 square foot home
on approx. 2 acres in
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area of Northern Florida,
about 50 miles east of
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pool & patio area w/tall
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cell) 386-208-2589
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MID TENN MTNS
By Owner, 5 acres, per-
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cabin-site i w/woods.
Small stream in back of
property. A must see!
$26,900. Owner Financ-
Ing 931-445-3611
NC: Smoky Mountain
Log Cabin, Furn 2br/2ba,
Porch, Hot tub,Fireplace,
Must sell by Dec 30th.
321-432-1557 $149,900
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Easy to finish new log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. 2acre-5acre wa-
terfront homesites from
$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966 (Code19)


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w/heavy duty trailer hitch.
$650/obo 321-728-8418


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truck 33' CEDAR CREEK 8FT Wide, ramp door.
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Great on gas. Bimini top,
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772-778-9192
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321-633-0424
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Recreation. Bamberg
County. Near 1-95. Se-
cluded w/deer, turkey,
timber. 42acres- 85acres-
120acres- 235acres-
500acres- 730acres, on
Little Salkahatchie River.
Belowmarket!!
Owner: 803-826-6033
(Brokers Protected)
TENNESSEE Jonesbor-
ough. Custom 2/2 mfg
home, on .35 acre lot.
Skylights, oak cabinets,
gas fireplace, $49.900 no
lot rent. 423-753-2009
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RUSHI 1+acre to 2acre
homesites, wood, views.
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area #2 is U.S. places to
retire. Low cost of living,
no impact fee.
1-330-699-2741
or 1-866-550-5263,
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TENNESSEE MNTS By
Owner, 80 acres,
peaceful country living
w/ excellent log home
site. Breathtaking views
and pristine waterfalls
rolling over big rock
boulders, property is
beautiful Secluded,
surrounded by woods
with long clear, stream
frontage. $159,900.
Owner Fncng
931-445-3611
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Beautiful Homesite only
30 minutes from Colum-
bia. East Access off 1-26.
Only $37,500.
Owner financing.
Call 1-803-505-2161
TENNESSEE MOUN-
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Call 1-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN acreage. 2 acre
breathtaking view. build-
ing tract, tall shaded
trees, river access, beau-
tiful pristine property. Se-
renity for only $49,900.
Owner financing.
330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAINS 1+ to 2 acre
homesites. Wooded Bluff
& Lake View. Starting at
$59,900. Guaranteed Fi-
nancing! Ask about Mini
Vacation. 3 days, 2
nights & Travel Allow-
ance. 1-866-550-5263
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.
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PALM BAY - Tropical
Heated Pool Home 3/2/2
1600+sf. cherry cabinets,
granite countertops, dou-
ble oven, stainless steel
appl's, master bath w/
separate shower, tub &
walking closet. Tile thru-
.out, fenced In yard w/
shed, small pets ok.
$1200/mo. 321-961-8421
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
plexes & houses. Start @.
$600/mo up to $2000/mo.'
Avail NOW! Woodlake
Realty,Inc. 321-723-8700
PALM BAY NE -
3or4Bedroom, 2Baths,
good neighborhood.
850/mo. 321-768-7652


WOW
PALM BAY NE 3/1/1cg
home in great neighbor-
hood. Tile, all appliances,
fenced yard and porch,
$800/mo. 321-591-9419
PALM BAY NE: 3br/2ba
w/carport 1100sqft, off
Bianca. $650/mo
321-837-0470 Photos
domex-properties.com
PALM BAY
POOL Home
2 br/2 bath, pool, de-
tached 2 cg. Fenced dou-
ble lot. East side.
Convenient to river,
ocean and 195. New car-
pet, new tile Small Pet
OK.772-260-3217


PALM BAY SE - CBS
3br/2ba/2cg $790 & CBS
2br/lballcg $600. No
pets. Call WD Webb Re-
alty 321-723-3311
PALM BAY SE, 3/2/1 car,
gar., quiet area, washer/
dryer incl'd., tile thru-out,
small pet ok. $825/mo +
$825 dep. 321-544-6652
ROCKLEDGE 7BR/4BA
2500sf. Remodeled,
screened in patio,, fenced
yard, mother-in-law suite,
$1800/mo. 321-759-2373
SEBASTIAN- I don't live
in a dump or expect you
to. 3/2/1 screened porch
$900/mo. Live In a place
you can be proud of. Call
72-299-0066 or cell
772-532-5722
TITUSVILLE 3/2/ 2cg de-
tatched Close to 50, 1-95,
Nice central location.
$900/mo Unfurn. Bkgrd
ck. 386-405-4539


TITUSVILLE:.Pool 3/2 on
Ige lot, fenced, W/D.
hookup, Near Coquina
Elementary. $825/mo +
dep 407-929-4229
VERO. BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace, immaculate.
786-210-3563
VERO BEACH Dixie
Heights. Cute 2/2, hugh
master. Laundry With
W/D. Lawn and pest care
included. $700/mo 1st &
sec 772-462-0688


WEST MELBOURNE -
3BR/2BA near mall, jet
tub, fenced yard, shed,
some pets ok. $850/mo.
+ utilities. 321-779-3662



INDIALANTIC: Immac-
ulate Townhome 3/2 w/ 1
car garage & W/D in Nice
quiet area, Near Beach
$950/mo 305-338-0746
MERRITT ISL New town-
homes, 3/2.5/1 cg 2,000sf
wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase $1300-
$1450/mo. 321-543-7677
VERO BEACH Village
Walk So Gated comm,
ool. all appliances 2/2/1
400sqft. Close to US-1.
$900/mo 330-666-7529
WHITE CITY - Ft Pierce-
No Fee Move In Town-
home Community. 2BR,
pool, fitness. Last 2, avail-
able 772-332-4750


Eau Gallie - Super clean!
Privately Owned, 2br/lba
/carport, apple's inci W/D,
Close to schools & shop-
ping! Lawn svc/maint-
ncl Ist/last/sec; No pets,
$650/Mo. 321-254-1619


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
BREVARD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.
05-2008-CP-62503
XXX-XX
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDITH C. AULMANN,
a/k/a EDITH AULMANN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of EDITH C.
AULMANN, a/k/a EDITH
AULMANN, deceased,
whose date of death was
October 12, 2008, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Brevard County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
Post Office Box 219,
Titusville, Florida
32781-0219. The names
and addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED,
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER HFr
DECEDENTS DATE 1ii;
DEATH IS BARRED Io
date of first p ,blr�ioii',1
this notice i,'. Dr.m ',,,
12,2008.
Personal Representative:
Sheryl Galloto
558 Acacia Avonue
Sebastian, Florida
32958-4302
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Chester Clem, Esquire
Attorney
Florida Bar No. 014060
Chester Clem, P.A.
3333 20th Street
Vero Beach, Florida
32960-2469 Telephone:
772-562-8111
Pub: December 12, &
December 19, 2008


COCOA lbr/lba & 2br
/lba Apts. Small pet ok,
fenced yard, Quiet area,
$525/$625 mo. includes
water. 321-890-8638
EAU GALLIE: Clean
2/1/1 with large screen
porch on Cul-de-sac.
$675/mo. 321-724-2529
or 321-652-5761
MELBOURNE -
1/2 OFF 1st Month rent!
Historic Eau Gallie Dis-
trict. 2BR/1BA/carport.
W/D,' Pet ok w/approval.
$595/mo. Includes water.
Call 321-243-8115
SATELLITE BEACH
2br/lba., No Credit
Check , pets ok. 304
Cassia Blvd. $750/mo.
321-223-3895



SUNTREE: Office OR
Warehouse Spaces. As
low as $450/mo One
Month FREE! Ask for
Weridy 321-242-4921

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WEST MELBOURNE:
Stan Dr. 2,400, 4,800 or
12,000 sqft- available with
offices or without offices.
A/C, ample parking, cor-
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$5.50/sf. NNN
716-583-8383


BOULEVARD Mini
Storage intends to sell
the property above to
enforce a lien under FL
statues (section
83-801.83.809). Public
sale, cash only. Date of
sale will be Monday
December 22nd at
10:00am sharp at 4355
Dow Road, Melbourne,
FL; Unit B-20 Scott
Martin (Fun In the Sun)
household, etc. Pub:
December 12, & 19, 2008

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