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Vol. 5, No. 21 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, January 2, 2009


Melbourne, W. Melbourne


leaders share resolutions


Predictions

A good shaking
of the roots
very so often, "A
Good Shaking of the
Roots" is needed to
clear out the old and
make room for the new
and better things in life
that make us happy,
healthy, successful or
secure. A snake sheds its
skin now and then to
renew itself. A few years
ago when Yellowstone
Park burned, everyone
looked at it as a disaster.
Since then, several
hundred old life forms
have reappeared that the
rangers thought were
extinct, along with many
new ones. The roots were
still alive. They just
couldn't break through all
the top growth that had
come later.
I was talking to my dear
friend, Betty Borden, on
Christmas Day and asked
See PREDICTIONS, A2


Staff report
Every year Hometown
News asks civic, govern-
ment and business leaders,
and folks in the mix, to tell
us their New Year's Resolu-
tions.
Here are a few:

Professional resolution -
"I'd like to get more than 10
minutes to speak during the
council meeting. To stop,
look and listen when it
comes to making deci-
sions."
' Personal resolution "To
complete one of the four
books I am working on."
Joanne Corby, Mel-
bourne City Council-
woman

Personal resolution "To
spend more time with my
family."


Profes -
sional Reso-
lution "I
am a little
obsessive
about my
job. As my
dad used to
say, if it's
not done
right it's
wrong. But, Corby
I need to
give other people slack for
not being as particular
about things as I am."

Tammy Neal, senior
administrative assistant to
West Melbourne City Man-
ager David Reynal

Professional resolution -
"I'd like to see the issues
brought up before the city
in 2008 be resolved in 2009,
and by that I mean the con-
flicts and issues exterior to


the city of
West Mel-
bourne."
Personal
Resolu-
tion "I
try to keep
my per-
sonal life
out of the
public
arena,
so..."


Jones


Christy Fischer, direc-
tor of planning, city of West
Melbourne.

Professional resolution -
"To determine the city's
goals. We need to lead the
way in addressing the
issues that affect all cities in
the county, with regard to
this economy."
Personal resolution "I'd
like to lose some weight this
year."


Molly
Melbourne
woman


Tasker,
City Council-


Professional resolution -
"Finding a way to mutually
resolve the water and annexa-
tion issues with the city of
Melbourne. We need to
address the issues of water
and annexation in a more
regional manner, with a
regional. outlook; particularly
water. The whole region is
going to need water."


Duty calls


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Lt. Col. Phil Kennedy, the deployed commander of the Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, stands in front of a bus
while airmen from the 920th Rescue Wing board to depart for Afghanistan. Tech. Sgt. Keela Manasco of Suntree
shakes the hand of Col. George Pierce as she steps on the bus.


Per-
sonal resolution "To see to
the prosperity of our business
in this economy; keeping it
afloat and turning it around
in 2009. I know I speak for
businesses in general when I
say we'd like to see the econo-
my return to prosperity."
Andy Jones, West Mel-
bourne City Councilman,
and owner of "House of Joe"
coffee house, West Mel-
bourne


Pet


owners


feeling


crunch

Private business,
pet shelters
need your help
to feed pets
By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE Pets get
lost in the shuffle during
these hard economic
times.
A Melbourne-based
business is doing some-
thing about it, as is the
Central Brevard Humane
Society.
Animal Works owner
Judy' Billings started
watching the economic
news a few weeks ago and
what she saw disturbed
her.
She envisioned the eld-
erly, those on fixed

See PETS, A4


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By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
For nearly 85 years, The
Melbourne-Palm Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce has
served as an information
hub for both residents and
visitors, and a one-of-a-
kind networking tool for
businesses of all varieties
and sizes.
When members felt the
toll of a sluggish economy
this past year, the chamber
worked hard to keep them
afloat. Now, the organiza-
tion plans to maintain its
obligations again in 2009.
While it: is named the
Melbourne-Palm Bay Area
Chamber, the organization
also serves the areas of
Indialantic, Indian Harbour
Beach, Satellite Beach, Sun-
tree, Viera and Malabar.


Like most Chambers of
Commerce, the Melbourne-
Palm Bay facility is a busi-
ness-member organization
made up of both part-time
volunteers and paid staff.
The chamber's current
membership is about 1,500,
said Chuck Galy, executive
vice president. The organi-
zation has seen a slight
decline in membership in
the past year as a result of
businesses shutting down,
but has continued to bring
in members at a steady rate.
Membership fees vary
depending on the size of
the business, but the cham-
ber's base cost for a mem-
bership is $350 a year, Mr.
Galy said.
After three years of serv-
ing as chief executive offi-
cer, Shannon Meyer left her
position with the Mel-


bourne-Palm Bay Chamber
in November to take on the
same position with the
Cedar Rapids Area Cham-
ber of Commerce in Iowa.
Since her departure, the
chamber staff has pulled
together to keep the organi-
zation moving forward,
while Mr. Galy has taken on
the majority of Ms. Meyer's
responsibilities.
In the past several
months, a search commit-
tee made up of volunteer
leaders from throughout
the chamber has sorted
through 250 applicants,
narrowing the search down
to three candidates.
"We hope to have some-
one named by the end of
February," Mr. Galy said.
"We saw many local appli-
cants, as well as others from
throughout the country."


Aside from its new lead-
ership, the Chamber will
face another significant
challenge in 2009.
As a whole, the organiza-
tion must complete a re-
accreditation process
through the U.S. Chamber
of Commerce, a task that
occurs every five years.
"We are currently a four
out of five-star accredited
chamber,, so our goal this
year will -be to earn that
extra star," Mr. Galy said.
"This will be a large effort
on our part to meet the
standards for accreditation
from the U.S. Chamber. It
will involve a good number
of our volunteers working
side-by-side with our staff
for a good portion of the
year."


The chamber has already
planned many of its annual
events for the new year,
such as a member golf tour-
nament, mini-tradeshow
hosted by the chamber's
Multicultural Council, Taste
of the Nations event and
the Better Business Better
Living Expo Feb. 21-22 at
the Melbourne Square Mall.
The chamber will kick off
the new year Feb. 13 at its
State of the Chamber event
at the Hilton Melbourne
Rialto Place, which pro-
vides members with a look
back at last year and a look
into the future.
The organization will also
expand its Lunch and Learn
events, which cover topics


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Predictions
From page Al
for her predictions for
2009.
She said, "The economy
will recover, but it will take
a while. We need to stop
thinking about everything
'that went wrong and begin
to take positive action that
will help our country and
the world."
We can't change what
has happened in the past.
But we can create new
causes and missions like
we sow new seeds in the
garden to grow new life.
With your permission, here
are the new causes I will
plant for all of the readers
of Hometown News, our
country and the world.
Then it is my job and your
job to water the seeds
through our positive
thinking (Thank you,
Betty) and rekindle the fire
of desire living in our
hearts and souls for a great
new year 2009. Here are a
few predictions:
We have survived the


greater phallenges. We
don't learn from our
victories. We learn from
our defeats, hopefully, and
move on to renewed hope.
With the help of the
government bailouts, the
economy will pick up.
There will be new regula-
tions and checkpoints set
up that will protect our
money from less-than-
honest individuals who will
be held accountable for
honesty and taken to task
for anything less.
I see a migration
coming our way of people
living in South Florida
around the Miami area.
This will create new
markets, jobs and spend-
ing, especially from the
Hispanic community. They
will also bring their culture
and stimulate new interest
in the spreading of interna-
tional arts and sciences.
Our area and country is
becoming fully integrated
and open to new ideas and
culture, from the presiden-
cy on down.
Mother Nature is
amazing. One of her recent
lessons given is to trim
down, eat less, waste less
and become healthier. I see
families growing more of
their own food. Do you
want to start a foolproof
business? Start building
and selling backyard
greenhouses.
Many people are wor-
ried about spiraling
inflation. I see that the new
mindset of thrift and less
waste will continue to keep
inflation in check. I believe
that the essential goodness
in every living soul will
prevail. An example of this
is how we are. driving less
and the price of gasoline
has been cut in half or
more. Being thrifty pays.
Many local families
have suffered with their
homes. It has been tough. I
believe that the real estate
market will begin to


recover and turn around in
the spring and summer.
Patience is the greatest
virtue.
Street crime has always
been with us. Take precau-
tionary measures when
you go out, even if for a
loaf of bread. Park in an
open area and lock your
car. Take only the money
you need with you. The law
enforcement officers are
doing all they can. Help out
any way you can to bridge
the gap as a citizen to keep
our hometowns safe.
And last but not least,
Hometown News. Ah, the
wonderful Hometown
News. I had a dream
recently and saw the paper
adding three new editions
in 2009. They were to the
west and north. In the near
future, the paper will grow
regionally and nationally.
Just think, we were all here
at the beginning and
continue to be blessed by
its outreach. Thanks
Vernon Smith, Steve
Erlanger, Tammy Raits, Phil
Galdys and all the other
loyal staff who create this
magic each week for all of
us to feast upon and savor.
You might think,
"James, you didn't make
any negative predictions." I
have a saying, "In a garden
there are flowers and
weeds. Don't feed the
weeds. Feed the flowers."
My greatest wish for you
is that your flowers and
beauty "Shine in 2009." We
have made it this far. There
is still a ways to go. Now is
not the time to give up. It's
time to go inside, feed the
inner spirit, raise it up,
bring it out and set it free.
You can do it. Your
happiness in the new year
depends on it. May life's
richest blessing fill and
overflow your life each and
every day.
-James Tucker


Chamber
From page Al
such as professional devel-
opment and expert legal
tactics, to seven this year.
The chamber will also add
Best Business half-day pro-
fessional sessions, which
cover areas of interest
decided by chamber mem-
bers every three months.
"Depending on the type of
business, we can provide an
array of benefits and oppor-
tunities to our members,"
Mr. Galy said. "In order to
get the most benefits, we
encourage our members to
be as active as they can."
The chamber's network-


ing events help business
owners build relationships
and expand their customer-
base, Mr. Galy said. The
organization also offers a
variety of professional
development programs that
cover topics such as market-
ing, advertising and ses-
sions designed to help busi-
ness owners survive through
tough economic times.
"Our goal has been, and
always will be, to serve our
members in any way we can,"
Mr. Galy said.
The Melbourne-Palm Bay
Area Chamber of Commerce is
at 1005 East Strawbridge Ave.,
Melbourne. For information,
call (321) 724-5400 or visit
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Community leaders speak of resolutions


Staff report

Every year, Hometown News
asks local
leaders to
share their
resolutions
for the New
Year. Below
are their
replies:

Profes -
sional reso-
lution "To Jordan
uphold the
standards of an honest ser-
vant of the people and to
always remember that what-
ever decision I make, there
will be thousands of people
that will be affected in either
a positive or negative way,
but always remember that
the bottom line is to protect
the weakest among us; the
children and the elderly."
Personal resolution "To
love, cherish and serve my
God, my family and my
country consistently, to
serve my community with
dignity and to always think
of others unselfishly."
Robert Jordan, chair-
man, Bre-
yard Coun-
ty School
Board

Personal
resolution -
"I resolve to
be the best
dad to my
children,
son to my Workman
m o there r,
partner with my brother,
husband to my wife, repre-
sentative to my constituents
and follower of my Lord
Jesus! Not necessarily in that
order. All of this can be
accomplished by my effort
to give equal time to each."
Ritch Workman, state
Rep., District 30

Professional resolution -
"To raise awareness of the
many wildlife conservation
projects Brevard Zoo sup-


ports both locally and
around the world. Second,
to reconnect families with
nature and the Indian River
Lagoon through our new
Paws On children's play area,
which opens Feb. 14, and the
launch of our new Web site,
www. lagoonadventures. org,
which provides families
great activities and ideas to
experience the lagoon."
Andrea Hill, marketing
director, Brevard Zoo
Profes-
sional reso-
lution -
"Work with
the Clerk's
office and
county gov-
ernment
through the
worsening
economic
downturn." Ellis
Personal
resolution "Win the Bre-
vard County District 2 Little
League Tournament (We
came in second last year)."
Scott Ellis, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Brevard
County

Profes-
sional reso-
lution -
"To spend
as much
time asI can
in the field
with the res-
idents and
county
employees."
Personal Anderson
resolution -
"Lose the weight I gained
when I stopped smoking.
The 2008 resolution was to
stop smoking, which has
now led to the 2009 resolu-
tion..."
Andy Anderson, Dis-
trict 5 Brevard County Com-
missioner

Professional resolution -
"As the CEO of a national
company in these difficult
times, I hope to keep our


folks motivated and work for
continued growth and solid
customer service in the
coming year. As an elected
official, I pledge to continue
to explore innovative ideas
and constantly pursue a bet-
ter quality of life for the good
folks of our great, growing
city of West Melbourne."
Personal resolution -
"Spend less time sweating
the small stuff and spend
more time with the folks in
my life who mean the most
to me, hopefully hiking in
the Great Smokey Moun-
tains."
Mike Hazlett, West Mel-
bourne City
Councilman/CEO American
Recycled Plastics, Inc.

Professional resolution -
"To help as many clients
with disabilities as possible
to achieve their career goals.
I will continue to work with
employers in the communi-
ty to help them recognize
individuals with disabilities
as a valuable part of the
workforce."
Personal resolution "To
lose 10 pounds by the time
I'm 50, which is in July I plan
on finding the time to exer-
cise more and eat better."
Betsy Farmer, executive
director of the Brevard Busi-
ness Leadership Network

Professional resolution -
"I will work to ensure that we
balance the budget without
a tax increase."
Personal resolution "To
improve my Spanish."
Mike Haridopolos,
State Sen., District 26, Indi-
alantic

Professional resolution -
"Professionally, we would
like to see our low-cost spay
and neuter facility running
strong and reducing the
number of unwanted pets in
the community."
Personal resolution "For
my personal resolution, I
plan to slow down a bit in
2009. I'll be turning 50, so I


hope to take more time to
relax and enjoy life a bit
more."
Theresa Clifton, execu-
tive director of the Central
Brevard Humane Society

Professional resolution -
"To continue to serve the
youth of Brevard County to
the best of my abilities."
Personal resolution "To
be more fit and healthy in
2009."
Charlene Neuterman,
youth programs coordina-
tor for Brevard County
Sheriff's Office and PAL

"On behalf of Keep Bre-
vard Beauti-
ful I wish
next year
that every-
one will be
responsible
for their
own litter. I
hope the

gets better
next year Brown
and hope for
a good year for everyone."
Pat Brown, executive
director of Keep Brevard.
Beautiful

Professional resolution -
"To make
the Space
Coast Chap-
ter of the
American
Red Cross
an integral
part of Bre-
vard and
help more
residents
prepare for Gee
disaster in
advance."
Personal resolution "My
personal resolution is to
take at least 'three cruises
with my beautiful girlfriend
Mia.
Keith Gee, chief execu-
tive officer of the Space
Coast Chapter of the Amer-
ican Red Cross
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Pets
From page Al
incomes, and those strug-
gling families with pets,
and made a dire prediction
for pets of Brevard County.
"It's going to get worse


for them. The pets are the
ones on the low end of the
priority list. We'd like to
start somewhere. We're
helping each other out,"
she said.
Animal Works, located
at 1432 N. Harbor City
Blvd., located just three


doors north of Eau Gallie
Boulevard, on U.S. 1, is a
pet grooming facility.
Ms. Billings will waive
tips for grooming in lieu
of donated canned or
dried pet food, for dogs
and cats. She'll also take
blankets and bowls for


them as well.
The company has start-
ed a small but growing
collection in the front of
the store.
Those who are having
trouble making ends
meet to cover the needs
of their pets can come in
and take the donations.
"Blankets for dogs, we
need them. There are
people sleeping out in
the woods with the dogs;
it gets cold at night," she


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said.
Officer Brian Figueroa
of Brevard Animal Ser-
; vices agreed with Ms.
Billings' assessment of
the situation.
"Generally speaking
with the economy we're
going to see an influx of
strays or abandoned ani-
mals. Some people sign
them over to our shel-
ters," Officer Figueroa
said.
He didn't have the pre-
cise figures on hand but
"with the economy lately
we're getting an influx of
more strays."
The animals are
dropped off at the South
Brevard Animal Shelter at
5100 W. Eau Gallie Boule-
vard.
"I know we're not over-
crowed now," he said.
tions manager for the
Central Brevard Humane
Society, said the number
of drop-offs to her facili-
ty, at 1020 Cox Road in
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dogs and cats.
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Police report


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

Jennifer Jean Davis, 26,
of 820-7 Barnes Blvd., Unit
W-7, Rockledge, was
charged Dec. 19 with driving
under the influence, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
and possession of a con-
trolled substance.
Robin Elizabeth Saylor,
44, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 19 with child
neglect and two counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Lawrence Lee Williams,
39, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 19 with driving
while license suspended
and two counts of aggravat-
ed assault.
James Duane Conley, 34,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 20 with retail
theft, resisting arrest with-
out violence and battery on
a law enforcement officer.
Kyle Gatlin Hartz, 18, of
3445 Spring Branch Trail,
No. 362, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 20 with felony
battery and aggravated
assault-domestic violence.
Jeffrey A. Roland, 26, of
4519 Wellington Lane,
Mims, was charged Dec. 20
as a habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license and displaying/pos-
sessing a
canceled/revoked/suspend-
ed driver's license.
Dectrick Aponte-Payne,-
21, of 617 Manatee Drive,


Satellite Beach, was charged
Dec. 21 with
fleeing/attempting to elude
a police officer, reckless
driving, driving while
license suspended, accident
involving damage to vehi-
cle/property and three
counts of aggravated assault
on a law enforcement offi-
cer.
Joel Mark Geer, 25, of 486
Miner Ave. S.W, Palm Bay,
was charged Dec. 21 with
possession of more than 20
grams of cannabis and driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed.
Joshua Michael Myers,
32, of 350 Vesta Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 21
with battery and possession
of a controlled substance.
Vincent Alexander
Smith, 27, of 2556 Burns
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 21 with
domestic battery by stran-
gulation.
Antonio D. Jackson, 23,
of 1820 Mogra Circle, No.
115, Palm Bay, was charged
Dec. 22 with aggravated bat-
tery, criminal mischief and
driving while license sus-
pended.
Kimberly Dawn Hipper,
36, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 23 with prosti-
tution lewdness involving a
motor vehicle, violation of
community control, resist-
ing arrest without violence,
violation of probation and
two counts of giving a false
name.
Curtis Tyrone Johnson,
20, of 800 Fiske Blvd., No. 6,
Cocoa, was charged Dec. 23
with aggravated assault.
Christopher R. Valentin,
21, of 1750 Hazelton St.
N.W., Palm Bay, was charged


Dec. 23 with disorderly
intoxication and possession
of a controlled substance.
Matthew James Sharp,
18, of 3535 Carriage Gate
Drive, Palm Bay, was
charged Dec. 25 with giving
a false name, possession of
drug paraphernalia, burgla-
ry and grand theft.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Brad Joseph Connors, 18,
of 4355 Wood Haven Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 19 with aggravated bat-
tery.
Rachel Marie Garber, 24,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 19 with pos-
session of cocaine.
Andrew Mitchell Powers,
47, of 2283 Canterbury Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 19 with violation of
probation.
Secoya D. Purdie, 19,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 19 with felony
criminal mischief.
Robbie Joseph Robinson,
19, of 389 Tolley Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 19
with burglary and grand
theft.
Ronald Ojay Flanders,
33, of 810 E. Cedar Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 20 with possession of
cocaine.
Robert Douglas Galt, 21,
of 1253 Cypress Bend, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 20
with violation of probation.
Brittany Nichole Lang,
23, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 20 with viola-
tion of community control.
Frederick Douglas Stalls,
42, of 700 Wickham Lakes
Drive, Melbourne, was


charged Dec. 20 with on-site
violation of probation/vio-
lation of community control
and driving while license
suspended.
David Williams, 36,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 20 with viola-
tion of probation and felony
failure to appear.
Brenda Lee Adams, 39, of
251 Ulster Lane, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 21 with
two counts of felony failure
to appear.
Tremaine Andre Mon-
trell, 29, address unknown,
was charged Dec. 21 with
burglary.
Timothy Lamont Smith,
37, of 2721 Carlson Circle,
No. 203, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 21 with two
counts of violation of com-
munity control.
Gaspar Salvatore Bostin-
to, 46, of 1140 Arnold Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 22 with trafficking a
controlled substance.
Peter John Gajda, 26,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 22 with grand
theft, trafficking stolen
property and giving
false/altered identification
or false ownership to a sec-
ondhand property dealer.
Thomas Joseph Gajda,


30, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 22 with grand
theft, trafficking stolen
property and giving
false/altered identification
or false ownership to a sec-
ondhand property dealer.
Ronald Kevin Holder-
field, 50, address unknown,
was, charged Dec. 22 with
violation of probation.
Geoffrey William Lange,
24, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 22 with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance and disorderly intoxi-
cation.
Donna Marie Stickley,
22, of 2451 Harlock Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 22 with uttering a
forged instrument and
grand theft.
Alonda C. Stokes, 36,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 22 with two
counts of violation of proba-
tion.
Amy Michelle Uranga,
28, of 895 Luminary Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 22 with violation of
probation.
Amanda C. Vann, 26,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 22 with viola-
tion of probation.
e* Shirleyann Angel, 37,
address unknown, was


charged Dec. 23 with utter-
ing a forged instrument,
grand theft and petty theft.
Richard Curtis Fulton,
36, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 23 as a fugitive
from justice.
Travius Eugene Roberts,
26, of 523. E. Williams St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 23 with aiding an
escape, battery on a law
enforcement officer, resist-
ing arrest 'with violence and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Michelle Rosa, 47, of
1105 Collins St., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 23 with
grand theft, three counts of
petty theft and four counts
of uttering a forged instru-
ment.
Isaiah Anthony Shaw, 19,
of 2234 Dodan Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 23
with felony battery.
Michael Louis Colucci,
41, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 25 with viola-
tion of a court order refer-
encing aggravated stalking
and violation of an injunc-
tion.
Dustin Joseph Grady, 24,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 25 with aggra-
vated battery-domestic vio-
lence.


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Simple solutions

The government has the unique ability to damage every-
thing that it touches, all with the best of intentions. The
current government-created collapse of the financial and
auto industries have very simple solutions. What led us to
these calamities? Taking the financial industry first, the
origins began with the New Deal and the creation of Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac. In 1972, Congress passed the Com-
munity Reinvestment Act, requiring banks to loan money
to people (who) couldn't pay it back under the Carter
Administration.
In the 1990s, Janet Reno's Justice Department threatened
banks with Federal prosecution, if they did not continue
and expand the program. Wall Street became involved
when the banks needed to pass off these toxic loans to
someone else. Wall Street repackaged this toxic waste in the
form of bonds and brought inAIG to insure them. Once the
housing bubble burst, the entire house of cards collapsed.
None of this would have been possible without govern-
ment distorting the financial market to foster the welfare
state with a social engineering policy.
What about the auto industry? Once again, we need to
go back to the New Deal. The National Labor Relations Act
of the Wagner Act of 1935 was created by Congress to pro-
tect workers' right to unionization. While this may have
been a good idea back then, it has doubled the cost of cre-
ating an automobile today in the U.S. Because of this Act,
the cost per hour at General Motors is around $78;and
around $48 at Toyota. Detroit loses about $2,000 per car
that they manufacture. But unions aren't the only problem.
The Corporate Average Fuel Economy standard, enacted in
1975, is the sales weighted average fuel economy,
expressed in miles per gallon, of a manufacturer's fleet of
passenger cars or light trucks with a gross vehicle weight
rating of 8,500 pounds. This gave rise to the much-
maligned sport utility vehicle. Of course, foreign competi-
tors are not subject to this government regulation. So now,
we have American automobiles designed by lawyers in
Washington. If they understood that the gasoline engine is
only 30 percent efficient with the remaining 70 percent lost
in heat, they would realize how foolish this law is and why.
we now drive in government-designed autos. But this is not
taught in law school.
So much for history.
What are the simple solutions? Let's go back to the finan-
cial debacle:
First, eliminate the "mark to market" rule compliments
of Enron and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. This has artificially
driven down the value of many assets and driven otherwise
financially sound banks out of business. The Act requires
accountants to value assets at today's market value, even
though these assets have higher value in the longer term.
This would immediately relieve the pressure on most
financial institutions.
Second, stop subsidizing people (who) can't afford their
mortgage. This only delays the inevitable. If they can't
afford it now, why will they be able to afford it in a few
months?
What about the auto industry?
Third, eliminate the CAFE standard. Let auto industries
compete on a level playing field with foreign competitors.
Also, allow the auto companies to file for Chapter 11 bank-
ruptcy. Chapter 11 bankruptcy law allows a company to
restructure its debt and return in a more competitive
stance. This is not the 1930s. If union costs were necessary,
Toyota and the other foreign manufactures would have the
same cost structure. Americans can compete against any
foreign competitor. Let's not hamstring the American
employee.
What about some other simple fixes?
Fourth, create a 15 percent flat tax. Why have a one-time
"stimulus package" where people may pay one of their
credit card bills, when people could have more money to
spend continuously?
Fifth, reduce the capital gains tax. This has proven to
increase revenue into the U.S. Treasury every time it has
been enacted. Why punish success, when everyone is a
winner?
Sixth, decrease the corporate tax rate to 12 percent. Look
at what happened in Ireland when they dropped their cor-
porate tax rate. They are the success story in Europe.
Remember that corporations do not pay taxes. I know we
have been taught to hate corporations, but the only source


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of income for corporations is from the prices they charge or
by paying their shareholders less in return on their invest-
ment. In either case, the corporation is nothing less than a
tax collection agent for the government. Either the con-
sumer or investor ends up paying a tax to the government.
These are very simple solutions that could be enacted
immediately and have immediate impact. Why won't gov-
ernment do this? We will see shortly if the new administra-
tion will act rationally or proceed with a Marxist ideology.
Will they follow the six items listed above? If they are not
followed, look for high unemployment, make-work proj-
ects, loss of wealth and the decline of America. What will
the future of your children look like? Stay tuned for
rationed health care, government controlled thermostats
and a tax on barbecue grilling. To remain in recession is
unnecessary.

Low prices are intoxicating

I'm getting gas highs. I get an endorphin rush when I pull
up to the pumps. My heart flutters with excitement. I even
get excited when I run out of gas so I can fill up. Instead of
$45.20, I now pay $20.45 not an SUV, obviously. And it's
getting better. I want to drive to Fort Lauderdale for lunch
all the time. I don't know if I can contain myself. Of course
Florida Power & Light and other utilities and food chains
haven't let go of the gravy train. But when I wake from this
dream, and I'm sure it isn't far off, I'll need Prozac.

Shame on you

Oh, you've done it again. Not one word, nothing. This is
the weekend of Pearl Harbor. Shame on you.

Not a good neighbor

I would like to respond to "Hurray for good neighbors."
I've always believed in giving people a helping hand.
I've lived next to the same neighbor for 20 years. I have
helped her (countless times). I have only asked her once for
help and she turned-her back on me and walked away.
There should always be someone to help lend a helping
hand.

Pass auto bail-out to oil companies

I just wondered if the politicians ever thought to have
Exxon and Mobil bail out the automakers with all the mil-
lions that they've got? It would be beneficial to them.

We're in a 'decession'

We are in a "decession," a combination of the truth, a
depression and recession. The economy is never coming
back here. Wait until 2010 and the retirement of the (space)
shuttle, Then we will be in a depression. To stimulate the
economy, the U.S. Mint has announced the creation of a 75
cent coin. With Cowboys' player Tony Romo on it.
It's proven the Cowboys' signal caller is like 75 cents.
Good for only three quarters.


A word from the wise

A reminder to anyone thinking of purchasing hurricane
shutters. Don't believe anything you might read in the
newspaper about certain companies.
Make sure you check with the Better Business Bureau
and Brevard County to verify they are a licensed and
insured company. I just recently had a very bad experi-
ence with a (supposedly honorable business) only to find
out, although advertised as a licensed and insured compa-
ny, it is not a licensed contractor in Brevard County nor the
state.

Price gouging?

I would like to know how the grocery stores get away with
not reducing prices since gasoline prices have gone down
drastically. They may tell you their supplies were delivered
when gas prices were up but what about fresh produce that
is delivered several times a week? As far as I can see, the
prices remain the same for those items.
Another example of price gouging?

Whose birthday is it?

Have a true Merry Christmas. This is my 67th Christmas
and, after all of these Christmases, I still can't understand
why we get the presents. It's baby Jesus' birthday, not ours.
Each of us has our own day every year so who was the one
who changed Christmas to mass gift-giving day? Whoever
is responsible for hyping this day really screwed up the true


meaning of Christmas. Not only that, they also put an
unnecessary burden on people to buy gifts they can't afford
but they are pressured to have to buy. A lot of parents can't
afford to buy gifts and they will feel bad because they can't
get their kids the gifts they want. A lot of children, whether
they have been bad or good,-will not receive gifts. They will
be hurt unnecessarily. This time of year is supposed to be
special.

City doesn't call, doesn't write

I e-mailed the city of Melbourne shortly after (Tropical
Storm) Fay to see if an extra sewer drain could be added at
the end of our street because of bad flooding there. I also
suggested that maybe their engineer could figure some-
thing out. I e-mailed them twice. No reply to the first one.
Then I got the standard "we'll check into this" reply. I
haven't heard from them since and doubt that I will, maybe
because we have no council members living on our street.
My sympathy to those flood victims.
Editor's note: The city of Melbourne was asked to respond
to this rant. Robert Klaproth, director of Public Works and
Utilities, responded to Hometown News as follows: "Your e-
mail to the city manager regarding the storm drain com-
p ivwas "forwarded to me. I am'the Public Works and Util-
ities Director for the city of Melbourne. I will be happy to
investigate this complaint and respond but I need some
more information. Do you know what street this person lives
on, when and who they e-mailed their complaint to, etc.?
Any information you can provide will be helpful. I'd had
staff scour our logs and can't find a reference to this com-
plaint."
Mr. Klaproth may be contacted at (321) 674-5761 or e-
mailed at Rklaproth@ melbourneflorida.org.

Is it me?

Has anyone noticed or is it just me?
At these times of uncertainty due to the economy, threats of
terrorism, etc., our young adults approaching graduation,
already graduated and/or attempting to enter the job force
have lost hope. Through communication with some actually
quite a few- of these young people; it has become enormously
apparent to me that they are despondent and feel "why try?" As
they continue their research, each day they feel less and less
hopeful as they can find no full-time jobs available, the compa-
nies they work for are closing their doors and parents cannot
afford the rising costs of continuing education. As a result,
these young adults are stuck living at home with their parents,
paying an amount for living expenses, in addition to vehicle
payments or upkeep, insurance and gas, only to be left with
another week of an empty wallet. The option tO join the mili-
tary is not an option for everyone due to various reasons.
Let us not forget, at the same time, these young adult brains
have not yet fully developed. Science has proven the brain is
not fully developed until age 24-25. Yet another obstacle to
work with, or not.
And then, there are the affects of this hopeless situation.
Some turn to drugs and alcohol, unfortunately, more than we
realize or are willing to realize a temporary fix for the continu-
al depression and many are losing any sense of spirituality.
They wonder how could a loving God, or higher power, bring
so much turmoil upon us?
This not an unusual situation. It is most common. They are
the kids (who) grew up right next door to you and me. They are
our kids.
As one of our founding fathers said, "We must all hang
together or surely we will hang separately."

Relocating is a great idea

I applaud the person (from) the Dec. 12 issue (who) came
up with the idea of relocating Daily Bread next to the (Mel-
bourne) Police Department (on) Apollo Boulevard. SCAT's
Route 24 passes right by it, so there would be no problem
with transportation. Right now they are using Route 21 to
get to Fee Avenue. Route 21 is free to Melbourne residents,
but Route 24 only charges 60 cents for seniors, (disabled
peple) and children older than 5; younger than age 5 is free;
and $1.25 for adults; still a great deal instead of spending
the money on illicit goods. It would be a new source of pub-
lic revenue using the empty running bus route and more
reason for SCAT to keep it moving in that area. Then, Route
21 will be more pleasant to ride for the seniors living at the
Trinity Towers, who depend a lot on this bus route.
Those who loiter and are a bad influence at the present
location on Fee Avenue will probably loiter someplace else
and then the police department wouldn't have to work as
hard for separating the bad and good apples at the new
location.
Now, let's see, what is the "new excuse" for not executing
this great new idea?
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salon opens
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offers gift certificates for the
holidays. Ms. Gost has been
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information or to schedule
an appointment.

Fundraising results
announced
The Junior League of
South Brevard has


announced the results of
the fundraising event Festi-
val of Trees and the Donor
Recognition Gala. Early
estimates predict that the
combined fundraising
efforts raised more than
$80,000 in sponsorships
and revenue. More than 100
businesses and individuals
provided support through
donations of funds and in-
kind gifts totaling more
than $170,000.
Call (321) 676-5798 for
information.

Riddle named as
marketing director
Watersong retirement
community in Viera has
announced the addition of
Karen Riddle as director of
health care marketing.
Ms. Riddle will be respon-
sible for planning, organiz-
ing and directing the leasing
and admission activities for
the healthcare areas of
Watersong as well as culti-
vating prospects and refer-
ral sources, coordinating
the move-in of new resi-
dents and planning market-
ing events for prospective
residents and their families.
Prior to joining the Water-
song team, Ms. Riddle
served as the director of
community relations at
Avante at Melbourne.
Members of Watersong
retirement community will
have year-round access to
Duran Golf Club's Champi-
onship and Par-3 golf cours-


es, as well as access to
world-class practice facili-
ties, including the driving
range, pitching green, prac-
tice bunker and putting
green.
Call (321) 253-6324 for
information.

Laliker returns from,
financial seminar
Rick Laliker, a certified
financial planner and man-
aging director/investment
officer with Wachovia Secu-
rities, soon to be Wells
Fargo, recently returned
from a three-day workshop
hosted in Dallas. While
there, he met with other top
financial advisors at
Wachovia's Pinnacle Busi-
ness meeting, as well as sev-
eral private money man-
agers. The agenda covered
the economy, equity and
fixed income markets, as
well as creditor protection
and navigating crisis and
uncertainty. The highlight
of the workshop was a ques-
tion and answer session
with Alan Greenspan, for-
mer chairman of the Feder-
al Reserve System.
For information, call (321)
676-0300.

TRDA awarded
contracts
Officials with Florida's
Technological Research and
Development Authority,
1050 West Nasa Blvd., Mel-


bourne, have announced
that Global Engineering
Management and Support
Inc., one of their on-site
companies at the Business
Innovation Center, has
secured more than $1 mil-
lion in contracts during the
third quarter of 2008. The
contracts are with the
Department of Defense and
a public mass transit cus-
tomer.
For information, call (321)
773-3841.

Step up to good
foot care
Palm Bay Podiatrist Dr.
Shelly Garrow is on-staff
each Wednesday at
Wuesthoff Wound Care &
Hyperbaric Center, 1698
West Hibiscus Blvd., Suite B,
Melbourne. As the center's
only podiatrist, Dr. Garrow
is responsible for treating all
foot and ankle wounds. She
works with the center's staff
to design an individual
treatment plan that involves
providing general diabetic
foot care, local wound care,
orthotics fitting and surgi-
cal intervention.
Dr. Garrow has practiced
podiatry in Brevard County
for more than 10 years. She
owns and operates Step
Ahead Podiatry, at 4670
Babcock St. in Palm Bay. To
reach Dr. Garrow, call (321)
723-3498 or visit www.step
aheadpodiatry.com.
For Hometown News


Rants
From page A6

Dems criticized
Democrats like to cause crisis, then take advantage of it by
blaming Republicans.
(Former President) Jimmy Carter signed agreements with
Russia and set our technical programs back 20 years. Russia
launched Sputnik when we could have done it first.
(Former President Bill) Clinton cut back the military and CIA.
We had (the Sept. 11 incident).
Democrats created the mortgage crisis to take over pqqAgress.
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treaties, probably to disarm, and said no weapons in space.
Someone, please tell him that several countries have them now
and our space technology would have to stop.
Are we back to (former President Jimmy) Carter days? He
doesn't have a (unintelligible) to give away. How about giving all
of NewYork to the United Nations?

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A8* Melbourne Hometown News Friday, January 2, 2009


MANY VISITORS CASHING IN AT THE ROADSHOW THIS


Clean out those attics, basements and lock boxes and get ready to cash in


Cocoa Beach Clean out your
attics, closets and lock box,
the Roadshow is coming to
town. Roadshow experts are in
town all this week purchasing
antiques and collectibles.
While the Roadshow will
accept anything that's old,
they are focusing on gold and
silver, also coins made before
1965, military items, musical


instruments, pocket and wrist
watches. Modern jewelry with
diamonds and other precious
stones are also being accepted,
One person that attended
the Roadshow brought in an
1864 Civil War sword and
a coin collection and left 45
minutes later $10,000 richer.
Another was not as lucky but
seemed happy with the $355.00
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Wanted are antiques, gold, silver, coins and military
memorabilia. Collectors are also interetsed in
pre-1965 toys, train sets, individual trains and dolls.


they received for broken gold
jewelry. "I think this is a great
idea" said one lady that sold
her old class ring and some
broken gold chains. "The stuff
was just lying in a dresser
drawer for years." She received
$248.42 for her efforts. Jeff
Parsons, the president of the
Treasure Hunters Roadshow
explained what the show is all
about. It's a chance for anyone
to sell their stuff and get what
it's really worth he said. It
seems everyone has items they
have wondered about or want
to sell but really don't know
where to go said Parsons. He
said the show has been in over
600 cities since 2001. When
asked what the most memorable
experience was he had a quick
answer. "Without a doubt it was
a show in Pennsylvania when an


elderly gentleman asked if we
could send someone with him
to visit an old toy store he had
closed down 50 years ago. It
was like walking back in time"
Parsons said "the store's 50 year
old inventory was still on the
shelves the store was a treasure
trove of collectible toys. I have
never seen anything like it. It
was simply unbelievable!"
It seems the store was closed
due to World War 11. "1 had
to go serve my country." the
owner told Parsons. Serve he
did for the next 35 years. The
collection of vintage toys still
in their original boxes sold for
more than $650,000. All this
week Roadshow experts will
be accepting various types
of antiques and collectibles.
The event is free and no
appointment is necessary.


The Roadshow continues
through this week

January 6, 7, 8,99,10




Holiday Inn Melbourne Viera

8298 N. Wickham Rd.

Melbourne, FL 32940
Directions: (321) 255-0077 Show Info: (217) 636-7900


Our International Collectors Association
members are looking for the following types of
items.
* (COINS Any and all coins made before 1965. This includes
all silver and gold coins, dollars, half dollars, quarters, dimes,
nickels and pennies. All conditions wanted!


Gold Prices High,
Cash in Now,
"It's a modern day
gold rush," said Jeff
Parsons. Gold is now
trading at 30 year highs, and


you can cash in by bringing
your items to the Treasure
Hunters Roadshow. All types
of gold are wanted, including
gold coins, Krugerrands,
Maple Leafs, and other gold
bars, etc. All gold jewelry,
including broken jewelry is
accepted. Anything gold is


The Roadshow
represents
many of the
world's top
numismatic
coin collectors
We have been
directly involved in
millions of dollars
worth of rare cash
and coin sales over
the past 15 years.
Our private-collectors
are seeking all types of
rare coins and currency.


We have the resources
available to pay you
top prices for all types
of rare coins or entire
collections. We can
arrange a private discreet
meeting with you at
your bank or in one
of our private suites.
Whether you are ready
to sell your life long
collection or you are
settling an estate we are
at your service. We are
professional, honest and
discreet.


Is your family
attic filled
with old and
forgotten
memoriesP
Many dolls created
before approximately
1964 are considered
antique and
have value with
our collectors
association. Most
pre-1964 bisque, china,


papier mach6, wood, and
wax dolls are considered
desirable by collectors.
If your doll has original
clothing, wigs, shoes
and undergarments, that
increases its value.
Many toy cars,
robots, Tonka and trains
made before 1964 are
wanted by International
Collectors Association
members as well.


Jeff Parsons examines coins brought to the
roadshow. The owner was offered over $2,500
for the collection and decided to sell.


I The Treasure Hunter's Gold Rush Event
continues through Saturday in Cocoa Beach


www.treasurehuntersroadshow.com


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Visitors are bringing a variety of items including gold,
silver, jewelry, coins, guitars and rare collectibles


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EXPLORE
SBREVARD
SLAURIEDUANE


Cast


away to


an island

Did you ever have a

fantasy of being
alone on a tropical
island? In "Castaway," the
movie with Tom Hanks,
that fantasy became a
nightmare. But for those
of us living in Melbourne,
the chance to get away
from it all takes place
each Sunday at 1 p.m.
The town of Satellite
Beach offers the opportu-
nity to take a short boat
ride to Sampson's Island,
a mere few minutes from
the dock behind the
Satellite Beach Fire
Department at the corner
of Cinnamon Court and
South Patrick Drive where
you will board.
Participants will enjoy
the serene ride up Grand
Canal, past Lansing
Island, to the dock where
space is reserved for the
boat each Sunday.
Debarking the boat onto
the dock, you will imme-
diately sense the welcom-
ing arms of Mother
Nature as you enter the
path arched with man-
groves, pines and dozens
of other varieties of
vegetation and brush.
With a dozen or more
rest areas and camp sites,
the island provides a
perfect retreat to picnic,
meditate, fish, write,
sketch or simply day-
dream. Be forewarned,
though. There is only one
outhouse on the island
and no running water. If
you must relieve a full
bladder, be sure to take
your own tissue and a
container of hand sanitiz-
er.
Travel light, with a belly
pack containing keys,
wallet and cell phone. Yes,
you do get telephone
reception there, but why
spoil the tranquility of the
island with a long-winded
conversation?
If you go with a park
guide provided by the
town, he or she may show
you the "hill" a mound,
really where you can


See EXPLORE, B3


Theater presents 'Driving Miss Daisy'


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE "Yes'm,"
Hoke Colburn says quite
frequently in the Alfred
Uhry play "Driving Miss
Daisy."
But it's the way he says
it; as if to educate an
irritable child.
The play is essentially
the Civil Rights movement
aired through the rearview
mirror of a 1948 sedan
between a black chauffeur
and an elderly woman
placed in his care.
Hoke sends polite
reproach in his agree-
ments with the feisty old
belle in his back seat,
Daisy Werthan; hoping she
will one day pick up on the
irony. It only takes about
25 years.
The play begins in 1948
in Atlanta. Miss Daisy, 72,
and a widowed former
schoolteacher, has totaled
the family Chrysler, so her
son, Boolie, forces her to
accept 60-year-old Hoke
as her driver.
Both characters learn
quite a bit about each
other in the decades
between 1948 and 1973. In
the end, they have blend-
ed into a partnership of
deep caring and respect.
No one gets more of an
education than Ms. Daisy,
who, during the emer-
gence of Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr., discovers she has
been part of the mass of
"good southern people,"
who do little or nothing to
change the lot of their
black neighbors.


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
In rehearsal for the play 'Driving Miss Daisy', Fred Goodnight of West Melbourne and
Lorraine Schneider of Melbourne practice their lines.


"The good people that
stood by and let it all
happen and she's one of
those people," said
Lorraine I. Schneider, who
adopts the role of the
venerable widow.
Without even the hint of
irony in her voice she is
proud to say "we could
never afford them," of the
legion of black drivers,
washing women, and
gardeners who made up
the bottom tier of the
economy in pre-civil-
rights Georgia.
"You sound like Gov.
Talmadge," says her son
Boolie, to this.
Gov. Herman Talmadge;
not the paragon on racial


tolerance.
Ms. Daisy is also
shocked to learn that, as a
Jewish woman living in
Atlanta, there has always
been a segment of what
she thought was her
society, quietly disdaining
her for her religion.
The Melbourne Civic
Theater is proud to take
the play on, said Mrs.
Schneider.
It opens Jan. 16 at the
theater located at 817
Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne
The play is quite funny
in places, deeply moving
in others, for those of us
who haven't seen the 1989
W ner Brotlh sfilmn "


starring Morgan Freeman
and Jessica Tandy.
Ms. Tandy set the bar
high, Mrs. Schneider said.
"She doesn't realize that
she's prejudiced," Mrs.
Schneider said of Daisy.
"So mapy people play this
like she's somebody who is
just disagreeable, but she's
hin~g to adjust to losing
her independence and a
new world of civil rights."
"While we were rehears-
ing this we had the
elections taking place and
all the issues of race that
went along with it," she
said. "We were fortunate to
have some of the discus-
sions we had as a cast."
See DRIVING; B4


Out & +< 4;


SATURDAY, JAN. 3
Men of the House: two
fiddlers/singers will perform
music Irish-style Saturday,
Jan. 3, at Cafe Unique Amish
Deli in Cocoa Village, from 7-
10 p.m. Call (321) 720-7253
for information.

UPCOMING EVENTS
*'Private Lives' by Noel
Coward, Jan. 9-25 at
Henegar Center for the Arts,
625 East New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Performances
are Fridays and Saturdays at
8 p.m., and Sundays at 2
p.m. Call (321) 723-8698.

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.
Saturdays. Call (321) 253-
5553.
Art Gallery and Studio:
802 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbournripen 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. M ay through
Saturday. 11r(321) 720-
7532.
Brevard Art Museum:
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday and 1-5 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 242-0737
or visit www.brevardartmu-
seum.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. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday


and Sunday by appointment.
Call (321) 783-7430.
*Cuba! Gallery of Fine
Art: 541 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open Monday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to
6 p.m. Call (3-21) 729-8800
or visit www.cubagalleryflori-
da.com.
Downstairs Gallery: 909
E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Call (321) 727-8470.
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
1470 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 1-5 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday.
Call (321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass
Design Studio: 2415 Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. Open
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Call (321)
725-7005 or visit www.fore-
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
www.handsabovellc.com.
Hooper Gallery: 909 East
New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. Call (321) 890-
3978 or visit www.jerryhoop-
er.com.
IMAGO Arts Gallery: 701
E. New Haven Ave., upstairs,
Melbourne. Call (321) 953-
5321 or e-mail
upsideart@yahoo.com.
See OUT, B5


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 01-02-2009


Aries-March 21-April 19
The main reason for. your
success is all the hard work
and devotion to duties.
Whether it is family, work or
friends, you always sense
what needs to be done and
then do it. You are commit-
ted, involved and passion-
ate. You are highly deserv-
ing of life's greatest riches.
Keep it up and 2009 will be
your best year ever.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Taking care of family and
others with greater needs
than your own just recon-
firms your large heart and
spirit. What you give out
always comes back multi-
plied, although you don't
do it for personal gain. It
just shows what a fine per-
son you have grown into.
Happy New Year. Watch
your finances. Don't go
overboard on "can't live
withouts." Quality time is
far greater than a quantity
of things. The rewards of
the personal touch are
great for all.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Your creativity is especially
strong now. You will meet
life's challenges in the New
Year with your usual style
and luck. Why? Because
you'have a guardian angel
watching over you. Most of
the things you worry about
are not going to happen
anyway. The key is to take
care of details as they arrive
so you don't have to put
out any forest fires later.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You have approached the
holidays with gratitude and
thankfulness for all you
accomplished the past year.
You have a firm direction
for the new one coming.
Keep a strong focus on your
top goals and you will do
much more. The way you
back up your plans with
action will continue to
insure success.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
The ideas continue to flow
and the light bulbs keep on
turning on. One good idea
is always the birth mother
to several others hanging
around. Get ready for more.
The New Year will be filled
and exploding with many


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new opportunities. The key
is to focus on the ones that
make you the happiest first.
Success is sure to follow.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
When you set a plan in
motion and your heart is in
it, move it forward. Refuse
to let worry, doubt or inde-
cision set in or get you side-
tracked. If you aren't sure,
ask for advice or just wait.
Then with renewed clarity,
move forward again. Pain,
hardship or struggle is your
gut instinct telling you to be
patient. Heed this warning.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
You have grown so much
spiritually the past year.
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and friends. The main rea-
son for this is all the love
you show to others. When
you are happy others are
happy. You are so much fun
to be around.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You have a lot of positive
energy around you now.
The holidays are a strong
time of the year for you. The
New Year will offer even
more. Your instincts are
sharp. Your mind is working
clearly. Your spirit is strong.
This is more than enough
energy to propel you for-
ward toward your dreams.
You have a high blessing on
your life.

Sagittarius-Nov, 22-Dec. 21
Creative projects want to
grow and become fruitful.
Use your imagination. Be
inventive. Bring your ideas,
visions and inspirations into
reality now. Make them real.
The only limits are what you
place on yourself. Dare to
be different. Now others
want to hang around just to
see what you are dreaming
up next. You were born for
greatness.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
With the sun, Mars and
Pluto in Capricorn, you are
supercharged and ready to


roll in the New Year. Be
totally honest with yourself
on your desires. Clear up
old issues. Begin the New
Year lighter and hopeful.
Get straight to the point.
Move ahead and watch the
universe bless you with
results even you will be
amazed at.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Many new growth opportu-
nities are at hand. It is your
choice on how you will pro-
ceed. First, figure out what
you truly want. Then write it
down. This makes a strong
commitment. Now energy is
in your favor. Move out of
your comfort zone. You
have an opportunity for
awesome growth. Now, it's
all up to you to make it hap-
pen.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
There is a silver lining
behind every cloud, as the
old saying goes. When one
plan doesn't work out, it
means a better one is just
ahead. Perseverance is your
best friend. You have plenty
of it. Quitting is not an
option. Try looking at things
from a different angle, Move
forward when the vision is
clear. You will continue to
overcome any new chal-
lenges with ease.

Star visions
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From page B1
view the treetops below, -
we saw one that produces
sea beans, I forget the
name of it as well as a
view of the canal.
There is a picnic site at a
docking area for kayaks,
which, by the way, is the
best way to access the
island, as well as two docks
to tie up boats.
There are grills and fire
circles throughout the
island, but there is no need
to bring charcoal. There are
plenty of wood pieces, logs
and brush to start a fire. Be
sure to bring waterproof
matches, though. (Make
these by dipping wooden
kitchen matches into
melted paraffin or candles.)
If you are a former Girl
Scout, you will remember


how to make "firestarters."*
Bring one or two of those
along to insure a good start
to damp wood.
If you are a birdwatcher,
be sure to remember your
binoculars. There are
dozens of birds to be seen,
as well as other wildlife.
My favorite part of the
island is the camping area
beneath the tall Australian
pines, where we spotted a
great horned owl. He
perched high on a branch
and, when I caught his eyes
in the binoculars, I swear
he was looking straight into
the binoculars wondering
what kind of human
species had big black eyes
like that.
The Australian pines
whisper a song of the
winds, making you lean
forward in silence to
understand the secrets they
are sharing. Their soft


fallen pine needles provide
a blanket on the ground for
campers to spread tents
and sleeping bags. Bare,
fallen tree trunks offer
group seating around an
area to make a fire, roast
marshmallows and share
ghost stories or tales from
the past.
I can't wait to return to
this idyllic spot where my
spirit speaks to that of my
Creator.
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spirit and, together, explore
Brevard.
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Driving
From page B]
Mr. Uhrey based the
characters on several strong
voices in his young life. Hoke
was a southern name in the
community, but the character
was a mix of the best in the
strong, southern black men
that Mr. Uhrey knew growing
up in Atlanta, Mrs. Schnieder
said.
The Hip-Hop generation
may not understand the
quiet, stoic resolve of Hoke
Colburn, but no one can deny
the strength of his character,
said Fred Goodnight ofWest
Melbourne.
Mr. Goodnight takes on the
role popularized by Morgan
Freeman.
"Hoke doesn't have
anything in the way of an
inferiority complex," said Mr.
Goodnight. "He's very strong.
He's raised a family and he's
60, but he still can't read,
which was common in the
south."
Mr. Goodnight, who is also
a drummer and a painter, was
born in Ohio and raised in
Pennsylvania.
He and his sisters were the
only black children in their
school district and yet, they
never were made to feel
different.
It was onlywhen he was a
young U.S. Marine during the
1950s that he realized some
people considered him to be
very different, owing to his
pigmentation.
Jacksonville, N.C., the
sleepy town near the Camp
Lejeune marine base, still had
separate bathrooms and
water fountains for "colored."
"I thought'this seems a bit
odd, our military supporting
this,' "he said.
The second wake-up call


happened when he trained
the guy in the next bunk, who
was from Boston, all about
the drums.
"He hadn't spent any time
around (people of color)," Mr.
Goodnight said.
Like Hoke, he had met
someone who was less than
politically-correct, more than
vocal, and yet a friendship
began anyway.
"He didn't know how to
play the drums but he really
wanted to learn," he said
The men were part of the
Marine Corps Marching
Band.
The roommate was
selected in place of Mr.
Goodnight for the elite band
that would tour Asia on
behalf of the United States of
America.
"I said, hold on. He was
good, but not nearly as good
as me. I was still teaching
him," Mr. Goodnight said.
Mr. Goodnight protested to
a colonel and the marines
picked both men for the unit.
The men have been friends
ever since.
"Drumming is very
therapeutic," Mr. Goodnight
said.
Aside from a standing gig as
a precussionist at Dijon's in
Melbourne Beach, Mr.
Goodnight conducts "drum
circles," which are percussion
sessions designed to elevate
consciousness.
"We take it beyond drum-
ming for entertainment
value," he said.
He is conducting his next
drum circle at Princeton
University on Jan. 10.
For their part, the Schnei-
ders have also been enter-
taining for quite some time.
Husband, Norm, the
director of the production,
and wife, Lorraine, have been
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Driving
From page B4
working together in commu-
nity theater for 56 years, Mrs.
Schneider said.
This is the third production
for the pair at the Melbourne
Civic Theater.
They are joined by Mel-
bourne Civic Theater's
general manager, Gary
Postlethwait, a 2001 engi-
neering school graduate from
FIT and aerospace engineer.
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Out
From page BI
* 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 Christ-
mas and launch days. Call
(321) 452-2121.
* LoPressionism Gallery:
1010-B E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m. to 7


owner, popularized in the
film by Dan Akroyd.
Tickets are $17 for adults,
$14 for children and senior
citizens.
The play will run Friday
through Sundays from Jan. 16
to Feb. 1. Friday and Saturday
shows begin at 8 p.m. Sunday
shows begin at 2 p.m.
For tickets contact the box
office at (321)723-6935, or
(321)723-1668.
For more information
about the production or
Melbourne Civic Theater, visit
www.mymct.org.


p.m. Monday through Thursday,
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and
Saturday and noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 722-6000 or
visit www.lopressionism.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
3 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday. Call (321) 269-3658.


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Seniors exercise: 9-10
a.m. One Senior Place, 8085
Spyglass Hill Road, Viera.
(321) 751-6771.

SATURDAY, JAN. 3
Winter rummage sale:
and open house. 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. The Eau Gallie Civic Cen-
ter, 1551 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 255-4608.
Attract birds and butter-
flies: 9 a.m. Merritt Island
National Wildlife Refuge visi-
tor center, State Road 402, five
miles east of U.S. 1 in
Titusville. Call (321) 861-5601
to reserve.
DAR: Daughters and sons
of the American Revolution.
10 a.m. Central Brevard Public
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa. (321) 773-6271.
Storytime: 11 am. Barnes
& Noble, 1955 West New
Haven Ave., West Melbourne.
(321) 726-8817.


Adopt a pet: Noon to 3
p.m. PETCO, 3055 Columbia
Blvd., Suite 117, Titusville. Call
(321) 636-3343 or visit
www.crittersavers.com.
TitusNites Cruise-In: 4-8
p.m. Downtown Titusville.
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mation.

SUNDAY, JAN. 4

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p.m. The Tides Inn, 964 South
Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne.
Call to register by Jan. 2. (321)
432-7267.

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new brakes & drums,
from 1970 Bronco $150,
301-367-5752 SoBrev
BILLIARD BALLS & tri-
angle, used, $12.50;
Lamp, ginger jar, $30,
call 321-242-4629, S. Br.
BREAKFAST NOKK-
27"x47"x29", $120,
321-724-0253, please
call after 4 p.m
BRISTO SET- with 2
chairs, $50,
321-752-0946 SoBrev
CAMERA, UNDERWA-
TER- Sea & Sea, MM2,
w/ major acc, $100,
321-723-8515


CERAMIC TILES- 18x18,
brand new, still in boxes,
300+ square feet, $185,
321-676-5734 SB
COMFORTER SET -
Queen vibrant sea blues
w/colored fish, new, $75,
321-784-5222
DISHWASHER Maytag
Performance. New never
used. $120 321-724-9970
EDGER/TRIMMER-
Sears Craftsman 4.0 HP,
3 wheels, like new. $125.
321-751-9957 SoBrev
FAN HAMPTON Bay,
in/outdoor, 52", new in
box $50, call
321-676-2911, So. Brev.
FISHING POLES Penn
Spinfisher,15-301bs, like
new, $20 each,
321-956-9307
GERMAN TRACHTEN
silk costume dress, size
3/4 Jr. Handmade, apron
$200 321-752-4753
GOLF CLUBS- Men, 8
irons & 3 woods, bag,
$125, 321-724-4854
GOLF SHAG bag new
plus 30 balls $12
321-205-6368 Beaches
GUITAR new Burswood
41" Guitar Deluxe Set w/
Gig Case $140/OBO
321-733-3397
HARP, MUSICMAK-
ER'S- 22 strings, plus
extras, in box, $195,
321-383-9118


IRONS- PING zing 2,
black dot, 3 thru PW,
steel shaft, reg flex. $120
321-253-4676 NoBrev
JACKET- BLACK persi-
an, lamb, and hat, size
14, $100, 321-723-7727
JACKET- LEATHER,
black, Disney collectable,
like new, castle and date
on back $50,
321-724-9160 SB
KAYAK- 12' fiber glass
Kayak, excellent cond, w/
paddle, very fast, $175,
321-213-4498 SB
LAWN TRACTOR, 18hp
48" deck w/3PT plus at-
tachments. $199
321-951-3177
LEATHER JACKET -
men's, Italian leather.
Large, never worn, $100,
321-724-2844
LIVING ROOM set-
Couch, 2 chairs, 2 otto-
mans, coffee table, $200
all, call 321-242-6711.
LOVE SEAT- light/dark
cranberry, absolutely
new, very nice, $139, call
321-253-9724, So. Brev.
MIRROR 48"X42",
ready to frame, $50,
321-777-8937
ORGANS: 2 fullsize,
Lowery and Schafer &
Sons, $200both
321-951-1786


PATIO SET- 4 pvc bar
chairs, octagon table,
$100, Refrigerator, runs
good, $75, 402-680-1179
POOL TABLE- 7', from
Sears, great cond, $100
firm, 321-952-7057 SB
PRINCESS DIANA
plates (4) $25/ea; 3 coins
$15/ea; 1 set of 5 stamps
$15. 321-757-8148
PRINTER, LEXMARK,
$30; T V, small $20, Gas
mover, new, $125; call
321-637-8033, No. Brev.
RADIO CONTROL cars
2 complete cars, with
accessories. $200 for all.
Call Ed 321-537-0082
RADIO CONTROLLED
CARS, trucks, vehicles,
transmitters, batteries All
$200 obo 321-676-4729
REFRIGERATOR Ama-
na side by side with ice &
water on door $175
White. 321-773-0862
REFRIGERATOR Roper
1 year old. $70.
Camcorder RCA $30.
Exc cond 772-664-0933
SMOKER Mini, home-
made, 30", gage, fire
box, grease plug, $125
obo, call 321-724-4242.
SONY PLAYSTATION
wl10 games $95; XBox
w/10 games $90.
321-725-4055 So. Brev.


STOVE, ELECTRIC
glass top w/built In micro-
wave, $125. Bifold doors
(2) $10. 321-953-2433
TABLE, COFFEE- Solid
Oak with 2 matching
end tables. $100.
321-506-3714 So Brev
TABLE, COFFEE- Solid
Oak with 2 matching
end tables. $100.
321-506-3714 SoBrev
TABLE- Art Deco, 48"
round, oak w/beveled
lass top, w/6 chairs,
125, 321-267-9668





BLUE CROWN Conure
5yrs, to good home only.
$75 incis cage & acces-
sories. 321-610-7073
COCKAPOO PUPS-
Beautiful 'Hybrid' pups,
extremely loyal and
Intelligent. Minimal
shedders and hypo
allergenic, Best pets
ever $600 Ready Jan
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TEA SET- Mason, Lefton
England, teapot, sugar,
creamer, .tray & hot plate
$55, 321-956-1905
TELEVISION- Sylvia 32"
work's great, heavy duty,
$50, entertainment cen-
ter, $50, 321-951-2609
TROLLEY MOTOR- 12v,
used couple times, $100,
321-952-9166 SB
TURNTABLE AUTO-
MATIC- mint minus con-
dition, $55, 321-259-4730





JACK RUSSELL: Four
Males. Health Cert/Shots.
$400/ea.Taking deposits,
Will hold for Christmasi
321-449-9557 After 5:30
KITTENS DEVON Rex,
curly haired babies for
Christmas, $750
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386-304-2810
MALTESE, 1 yr old, well
trained, adorable male,
all shots, neutered, & ac-
cessories. $800. Call for
more info 321-953-6495.
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WALKIE TALKIES- Co-
bra Micro Talk w/charger,
never used, long range,
$35, 321-373-5460
WASHER KENMORE,
runs well, $75, call
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$700 each or Best Offer.
321-480-1934; 474-3070
SIAMESE KITTENS-
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Wedge. Males, Health
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8085 Spyglass Hill Road, Viera.
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386-689-3045
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large shed, 2 pools,
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350-7134; 954-560-3245
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Screened Lanai. A/C.
South Indian River Dr.
quiet neighborhood 1st
month free. $650/mo.
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dryer, fridge, stove, dish-
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$900/mo. $450 sec dep.
Jeannie 321-474-1810
TITUSVILLE 1BR/1BA
new paint, carpet. $400.
mo, $350 security. Back-
ground check. Call Mary
386-405-4539


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beautiful Greenwood Vil-
lage 3br/2ba 2nd fir, scrn
balcony, many amenties.
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CANALFRONT, Beautiful
Ige Dock, Boat lift. Newly
remodeled by professio-
nal incl kitchen 3/2, scm
porch, W/D, laundry
room, fncd yard, carport.
$1250/mo 301-752-2299
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MERRITT ISLAND:
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Ige Dockt, Boat lift. Newly
remodeled by professio-
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porch, W/D, laundry
room, fncd yard, carport.
$1250/mo 301-752-2299
DOWNTOWN MEL-
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home, freshly painted,
$650/mo. with equal se-
curity. Call 321-777-9933
EAU GALLIE: 3/2 Clean
newly painted on Ig
fenced lot, kitchen furn,
carport, Ig shed. $875/mo
321-243-8535
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Near BCC, Hardwood &
Tile Floors, Fenced yard,
$750/mo Available 1/1
321-543-2353
MELBOURNE: Freshly
painted Furn or Unfurn
2br/2ba w/Pool In Mel-
bourne Village, fenced
yard, pets ok. $1495/mo
321-956-8802 / 604-5810
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HATCHEE, FL 10 acres
starting @ $49,000, 5%
down payments starting
$389/mo. 352-542-7835
cell 352-356-1099
MID TENN MTNS
By Owner, 5 acres, per-
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cabin-site w/woods.
Small stream in back of
property. A must see!
$26,900. Owner Financ-
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N.C. 136acres w/new
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Beautiful rolling hills
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10ac lot $59K.
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Lg. scrn porch, corner lot,
new tile & newer apple's ,
city water, $950/mo., 1st
/last/sec. 321-223-8705

PALM BAY
POOL Home
2 br /2 bath, pool, de-
tached 2 cg. Fenced dou-
ble lot. Convenient to riv-
er, ocean & 195. All newly
remodeled. Available
now! Small Pet OK.
$1000/mo 772-260-3217
PALM BAY SW, 3/2/2,
Ready to move in! Clean,
new carpet & paint. Up-
graded Appliances. Near
Bayside H.S.. Well &
septic. $900/mo. & $1000
Security. 321-779-3935

ROCKLEDGE 7BR/4BA
2500sf. Remodeled,
screened in patio, fenced
rard, mother-in-law suite,
1750/mo. 321-759-2373

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clean, newly painted
2/1.5 townhouse, scrnd
patio, Parkway Villas,
$750/mo 321-449-4030
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
772-299-0066 or cell
772-532-5722
VERO BEACH 2/1 Dixie
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neighborhood. County
water, FPL, $695/mo +
$500 sec. Call Agnes
King 1-772-567-0795
VERO BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace, immaculate.
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321-432-1557 $145,000
NORTH CAROLINA
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mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966 (Code19)
PERRY FLORIDA- Love-
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FL located in Taylor
County in Big Bend area
of Northern Florida, about
50 miles east of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
. patio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hot tub.
$229,000. Call (home)
386-658-3378 & (cell)
386-208-2589 (fsbo)
SOUTH CAROLINA
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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


SOUTH GEORGIA
RIVERFRONT
292 AC $2,475/AC
River, creek, lake,
sandy beaches,
hardwood, planted
pine, & more.
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VERO BEACH almost
new 2-br/2-ba/1-cg with
den. Freshly painted
Ready to move in. $825/
mo F& S 772-563-0774




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, 3/2.5/1cg 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,
Clean, clean, clean! All
apple, pool. 2/2/1- 1400ft.
$875/mo 330-666-7529



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walk to beach, 2/2, car-
port, fenced backyard,
private, new carpet, w/d
hook-up, $800/mo. 321-
693-7864 leave message

S. TITUSVILLE 2br/2ba/
2car garage huge deluxe
duplex on 1/2 acre.
Screened porch, free wa-
ter! Cheap power $900/
mo. Call 321-536-3769



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Porch. Small pet OK.
$700/mo. Sec. deposit
negotiable 772-532-9771



Merritt Island 1 & 2 BR
mobile homes on water,
screen porch, deck, car-
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Office/Light Manufacting
or Warehouse. Negotia-
ble. 2 Months FREE.
321-773-2005



MERRTT ISLAND 520
Area 1800 sq. ft., Class A
Offices, 6000 sq. ft.,
Warehouse, Best Lease
Rates, 321-783-7501
SUNTREE: Office OR
Warehouse Spaces. As
low as $450/mo One
Month FREE! Ask for
Wendy 321-242-4921



ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $359
or Historic 'District from
$129nite Discount Cruise
from $259. 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacatlon.com


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TIRES & RIMS (4) com-
plete, size 2357516,
Brand New! $400/all.
Also Step off $50.
321-724-9970
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866-894-0442


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Help Disabled Children
with Camp & Education.
Quickest Towing. Non-
Runners/Title Problems
OK. Free Vacation/
Cruise Voucher. Special
Kids fund. 866-448-3865
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fering with Cancer Today.
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WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111



30' SUNLINE '03, 2
slides, awning, exc cond.
smoke & animal free.
$7000. Chevy cargo cov-
er, 6' fiberglass, $500'
make offer 321-604-5926
5TH WHEEL & pickup
truck 33' CEDAR CREEK
'00 sleeps 4, 2 slide outs
Top of the line. $23,000
for both 772-464-6568



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HYUNDAI Tucson GLS,
'05 V6, 22K/mi., Exc.
cond., white w/trim pkg.
trans. warranty, $14,500/
obo. 321-794-7452


DODGE CARAVAN '05
Inside handicapped rear
wheel chair lift, Excellent
condition. Red. $12,000/
obo. 321-631-6842


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2006 PALM BEACH 151
50hp, 2 stroke Yamaha,
Magic Tilt Float on Trail-
er, lots of optional equip.,
Like brand new, 15 hrs,
$10,000. 321-632-5795
34' CRUISERS- 334
Espirit Cruise or Live-
A-Board. Air/heat, stove,
micro, refrigerator, full
enclosure, color TV, AM/
FM/CD, VHF, plus more.
Sleeps 6. Halifax Harbor
obo 407-310-2678 (c),
386-424-3220 (work)
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34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
run, full canvas, sleeps 3,
dry stored Brevard Coun-
ty. $19,500/OBO. e-mail
for photos & details at
SBCruiser@aol.com or
call 407-422-6095


WE BUY BOATS!
Immediate Cash paid.
321-452-7292


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