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IVol. 5, No. 49

Vol. 5, No. 49


/ k HOW WEIRD
S IS THAT?!
SEAN MCCARTHY


Spend any time surfing
the Web and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to
be true.
Here's a sampling, edited
for length. And remember,
just because it's online
doesn't mean it's true!
Remember that teen
from last week with the 56
stars tattooed on her face?
From msnbc.com: Teen
reportedly admits she
asked for tattoos. Dad's
outrage over 56 stars led
her to give false account of
falling asleep.
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Friday, July 3, 2009


Daily Bread, city of Melbourne


headed to court over zoning


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE After more than
four years of wrangling, Daily Bread
and the city of Melbourne will bring
their argument to a judge.
The soup kitchen filed a civil suit
against the city of Melbourne June
19 with the Brevard County Clerk of
Courts.
At a special meeting May 14, the
Zoning Board of Adjustment
upheld a decision to deny a request
made by Daily Bread to change
zoning so the nonprofit could build


an administrative building adjacent
to its soup kitchen, located at 815 E.
Fee Ave.
Daily Bread asked the board to
review a decision made by Cindy
Dittmer, Melbourne's director of
planning and economic develop-
ment, denying the zoning change.
At issue was whether Ms. Dittmer
had interpreted the city's zoning
correctly in making her decision.
The nonprofit claims that the
properties, although adjacent, are
actually two separate lots with two
separate zoning designations.
"And we won the appeal," said


John Farrell, execu-
tive director of Daily
Bread. os
The Zoning 0
Board of Adjust- CnEVi
ment voted 4-3 to Up o 5 q
overturn Ms.
Dittmer's deci-
sion, one vote shy of i hi, l uplt -
majority vote needed.
Mr. Farrell said Daily Bread filed
the lawsuit to improve services to
its clients.
"We've tried everything we can to
build a new facility next to us and
(the city) shot us down," he said. "If


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could move the non-
kitchen stuff, we could then recon-
figure everything so everyone can
sit inside," referring to the outdoor
dining room that allows indoor
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to payto


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shon


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
During the recent block party held in the Booker T. Washington neighborhood, former Orlando Magic players Nick
Anderson and Bo Outlaw signed autographs. Here, Miriam Harber of Merritt Island talks to Mr. Outlaw during the
event.


Residents rally to save neighborhood


Booker T. Washington area receives facelift


Find out what offices
will be closed for the
upcoming holiday
weekend

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By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE -After suffering the
ill effects of years of deterioration,
blight and slum, residents of a north-
east Melbourne neighborhood are
celebrating a comeback.
Portions of the Booker T. Washing-
ton neighborhood, once a part of old
Eau Gallie, received a recent facelift,
thanks to the efforts of residents,
businesses and city and county
resources.
The Brevard Neighborhood Devel-
opment Coalition, in conjunction
with Habitat for Humanity of Brevard
County, the Booker T. Washington
Neighborhood Association, Harris
Corp., the city of Melbourne and Bre-
vard County, celebrated the comple-
tion of the Greater Heights Apart-
ments with a block party June 20.
The Greater Heights Apartments, a
group of nine duplexes, were built on
the former site of Kennedy Street


Apartments, nicknamed by locals "the
bottoms" for the illegal and drug
activities once common there, said
Lynn Brockwell-Carey, executive
director of the Brevard Neighborhood
Development Coalition.
"It was really just horrible," Ms.
Brockwell-Carey said, adding that the
decision was made to demolish the
apartments down to the slabs after
the discovery of asbestos throughout
the complex.
The block party also marked the
dedication of 10 townhomes, con-
tiguous to Greater Heights, built by
volunteers with Habitat for Humanity.
Greater Heights received funding
support from Brevard County and the
Florida Community Loan Fund.
"The block party was the culmina-
tion of many years of planning and
negotiations to acquire and rebuild
these derelict properties," Ms. Brock-
well-Carey said. "These projects are a
great example of public-private spon-
sorships."


In addition to the Greater Heights
townhomes, Habitat for Humanity
has built 38 single-family homes in
the Booker T. Washington neighbor-
hood since 1992. Harris Corp. has
been instrumental in the construc-
tion of five of those homes since 2007.
Harris sponsored the block party as
well, Ms. Brockwell-Carey said.
Kennedy Street, where the Greater
Heights complex is located, was also
renamed in honor of the late Irene
Summerford, a resident leader in the
Booker T. Washington neighborhood
whose vision spurred the revitaliza-
tion of the area.
Howard Lance, president and CEO
of Harris, cited community partner-
ship as the catalyst for success on this
project.
"The successful redevelopment of
this neighborhood is a testament to
the power of cooperation among
diverse organizations," he said. "State,
local and community organizations,
in cooperation with local businesses,
can move mountains when the goals
and way forward are clear."


By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
Many Florida residents
who fish in saltwater from
docks, piers and beaches will
have to buy an annual shore-
line fishing license by Aug. 1.
The new license went on
sale July 15 and costs $9,
which includes administra-
tive and handling fees. Some
residents might prefer to buy
the regular recreational salt-
water license, which costs
$17 and allows them to fish
from the shore, a dock, a jetty
or a boat.
Since 1989, land-based
saltwater anglers who live in
Florida have been able to fish
without a license. But groups
such as the Coastal Conser-
vation Association of Florida
and the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission supported repealing
the license exemption.
By eliminating the exemp-
tion, the state avoids a feder-
al license requirement that
will take effect Jan. 1 and will
have a $15-$25 fee in 2011.
Conservation commission
officials said revenue from
Florida's new shoreline
license will be used to help
manage the state's fisheries.
Exempted from the license
are senior citizens, children,
some disabled people,
active-duty military mem-
bers who are home on leave
and anglers who fish from a
licensed pier.
Also exempted are anglers
who receive food stamps,
temporary cash assistance or
Medicaid and those who fish
in their home counties with
cane poles or other non-
mechanical gear.


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By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
With the impending retirement of
NASAs space shuttle program, hun-
dreds, if not thousands, of aerospace
workers face the possibility of being
displaced from their jobs.
But thanks to a free program
offered at Florida Institute of Tech-
nology, there is hope.
Florida Tech, through funding
from BrevardWorkforce, will sponsor
a free comprehensive business-
training program to qualified aero-
space employees affected by the


retirement of the shuttle program,
said Bob Keimer, program coordina-
tor for Entrepreneurial Training Ser-
vices at Florida Tech.
"The focus is on affected workers
who might have an interest in entre-
preneurship and it offers them the
opportunity to get real-world busi-
ness skills training and counseling,"
Mr. Keimer said.
Through a series of introductory
workshops, participants in the
Entrepreneurial Training Services
program will earn about entrepre-
neurial opportunities, explore new
business ideas and assess their tal-


'The focus is on affected workers who might have an
interest in entrepreneurship and it offers them the oppor-
tunity to get real-world business skills training and counsel-
ing.:

Bob Keimer
Program coordinator


ents.
Several local entrepreneurs will
share their success stories, Mr.
Keimer said. Additionally, academic
and professional experts will serve as


counselors and mentors to help
transitioning employees with career
decision-making.
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City offices closed


All Melbourne and West
Melbourne city offices will
be closed on Friday, July 3,
in observance of Indepen-
dence Day, which falls on
Saturday, July 4.
The following locations
will reopen during normal
business hours on Monday,
July 6:
Melbourne City Hall, 900
E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne
Melbourne's offices of
engineering, personnel,


code compliance and risk
management, 830 N. Apollo
Blvd., Melbourne
Melbourne's office of
Housing & Community
Development, 695 Universi-
ty Blvd., Melbourne
West Melbourne City
Hall, 2285 Minton Road,
West Melbourne
West Melbourne Public
Works, 1518 Henry Ave.,
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the grade on FCAT


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com

Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test scores
released June 19 put the Bre-
vard County School District
third in the state in individ-
ual school grades, behind
only St. John and Gilchrist
counties.
Seventy-two out of 84
public schools in the county
received an A. According to
the Florida Department of
Education, in Brevard, 54
elementary schools earned
an A, two earned a B, and
one, Endeavor Elementary
Magnet School, received a D,
declining for the third time
in as many years.
At the secondary level,
which includes middle and
high schools, 18 schools
received an A, eight earned a
B, and one, Cocoa High
School, received a D, declin-
ing for the second year in a
row.
Overall, the combined
grades give Brevard Public
Schools a cumulative score
of A as a district.
Many schools earned
higher grades, said officials
with the school district, but
fell victim to a new rule that
requires 50 percent of the
lowest-scoring 25 percent of
students to make learning
gains on the test. The "quar-
tiles" of the schools that
don't show the minimum
learning gains are automati-
cally penalized one letter
grade.
Eau Gallie is one of several
high schools, including
Cocoa, Melbourne, Merritt
Island, Satellite and
Titusville, that was penalized
under this new rule.
Falling short in reading
scores, Eau Gallie was within
3 percent of the goal, said
Principal Thomas Sawyer.
"If that 3 percent, or about
seven kids, had made a
learning gain, we would
have had an A," Mr. Sawyer
said. That means a loss of
money to the school.


"In pure monetary terms,
we lose about $100 per full-
time equivalent (student),"
Mr. Sawyer said. That money
is often used for staff bonus-
es and other supplemental
educational materials.
Rockledge High School
bucked the trend this year by
increasing its score from a B
to an A. But the figures are
deceptive, said Principal
Anthony Hines.
"We had better scores last
year and we got the penalty
last year," Mr. Hines said.
"I've said it before and I'll say
it again: It's a stupid rule. I
keep telling the other princi-
pals (that) we keep getting
hit by this and you'll be
next."
Mr. Hines indicated that
the reason Rockledge High
increased its score is
because of another rule
imposed by the Department
of Education. If 50 percent of
seniors who haven't passed
the FCAT pass either of the
college-entrance exams, the
SAT or the ACT, the school
gets 10 bonus points, which
are factored into its final
grade.
"That's what took us over
the top," Mr. Hines said.
Mims Elementary also
achieved a higher 2009 FCAT
grade, said Principal Debra
Crannell, increasing its B to
an A, a result of students'
better reading scores this
year.
Ms. Crannell said teachers
implemented a new inclu-
sion strategy this year (which
included exceptional stu-
dents), allowing for extra
help in the classrooms for
those students in need.
Ms. Crannell said she was
ecstatic to hear the news of
the school's increased grade.
"I called my entire staff
(about 75 people) personal-
ly," she said. "Our teachers
and instructional assistants
work hard, but if you're stu-
dents aren't safe and well-
fed, you won't be successful.
This is truly a team effort."


Brevard Public Schools FCAT grades
School
Andrew Jackson Middle
Apollo Elementary
Astronaut High
Atlantis Elementary
Audubon Elementary
Bayside High
Cambridge Elementary Magnet
Cape View Elementary
Central Middle
Challenger 7 Elementary
Christa McAuliffe Elementary
Clearlake Middle
Cocoa Beach Jr./Sr. High
Cocoa High School
Columbia Elementary
Coquina Elementary
Croton Elementary
DeLaura Middle
Discovery Elementary
Dr. W.J. Creel Elementary
Eau Gallie High
Edgewood Jr./Sr. High
Endeavor Elementary Magnet
Enterprise Elementary
Fairglen Elementary
Freedom 7 Elementary
Gardendale Magnet Elementary
Gemini Elementary
Golfview Elementary Magnet
Hans Christian Anderson Elementary
Harbor City Elementary
Herbert C. Hoover Middle
Imperial Estates Elementary
Indialantic Elementary
James Madison Middle
John F. Kennedy Middle
John F. Turner Elementary
Jupiter Elementary
Lewis Carroll Elementary
Lockmar Elementary
Longleaf Elementary
Lyndon B. Johnson Middle
Manatee Elementary
Meadowlane Primary & Intermediate
Melbourne High
Merritt Island High
MILA Elementary
Mims Elementary
Oak Park Elementary
Ocean Breeze Elementary
Palm Bay Elementary
Palm Bay High
Pinewood Elementary
Port Malabar Elementary
Quest Elementary
Ralph Williams Elementary
Riverview Elementary
Riviera Elementary
Robert Stevenson Elementary
Rockledge High
Ronald McNair Magnet Middle
Roy Allen Elementary
Sabal Palm Elementary
Satellite High
Saturn Elementary
Sea Park Elementary
Sherwood Elementary
South Lake Elementary
Southwest Middle
Space Coast Jr./Sr. High
Spessard Holland Elementary
Stone Middle
Sunrise Elementary
Suntree Elementary
Surfside Elementary
Theodore Roosevelt Elementary
Thomas Jefferson Middle
Titusville High
Tropical Elementary
University Park Elementary
Viera High
West Melbourne Elementary
Westshore Jr./Sr. High
Westside Elementary


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Aside from installing a GPS
locator in your teen's car,
there's little hope for knowing
where they are, what they're
doing and, most importantly,
how they're driving when
they're out on their own.
But thanks to a program
sponsored by the Brevard
County Sheriff's Office, par-
ents can rely on an extra pair
of eyes to keep tabs on their
teen's driving.
Brevard Start Telling Our
Parents & Promoting Educat-
ed Drivers, or STOPPED, is a
voluntary parental notifica-
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accidents.
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Driver Programs," then click-
ing "Brevard STOPPED" to
download an application.
Participants will receive a
decal to be placed on the out-
side of the teen driver's side
rear window. Once displayed,
if an enrolled vehicle is
stopped by a law enforcement
official while operated by a
driver younger than 21, the
parents will be notified by e-
mail or Unites States mail and
may be notified by the
deputy/officer with: time and
date of the stop; driver's name
and number of passengers;
reason for the stop; whether
any traffic tickets were issued.
Lori Chabot, program coor-
dinator, said STOPPED adds
an extra layer of protection to
teen driving.
"Most kids do tell their par-
ents (when they get pulled
over)," she said. "But the rea-


son we implemented this pro-
gram is having this sticker on
their car is another layer of
consciousness that another
entity is watching."
The program, implement-
ed in 2007, has about 400
members. In that time peri-
od, the Brevard County
Sheriff's Office has only sent
two notifications. All local
and state law enforcement
agencies participate in the
program.
To enroll in this free pro-
gram, visit www.brevardsh-
eriff.com to download an
application. Fill out the
application and send it to
Brevard County Sheriffs
Office, Brevard STOPPED
Program Coordinator, 700
Park Ave., Titusville, FL
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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

Melissa Ann Boykin, 23,
of 2255 Michigan St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 19
with prostitution/lewdness
involving a motor vehicle,
resisting arrest without vio-
lence, escape and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Victor Gabriel Morales,
34, of 2484 Iowa St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 19
with on-site violation of pro-
bation/community control.
Kimberly Dawn Perrero,
44, of 2253 Allan Adale Road,
Melbourne, was charged
June 19 with driving under
the influence and posses-
sion of cocaine.
Paul Christopher Shu-
man, 48, of 154 Sea Park
Blvd., Satellite Beach, was
charged June 19 with driving
under the influence.
Irving Surdam, 45, of
2150 North A1A, No. 108,
Melbourne, was charged
June 19 with resisting arrest
with violence, resisting
arrest without violence, bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer, battery-dating vio-
lence and domestic battery
by strangulation.
Terri Louise Burkey, 21,
of 1750 Bottlebrush Drive,
No. 104, Palm Bay, was
charged June 20 with burgla-
ry and grand theft.
Joseph Bradley Leigh, 20,
of 513 Poinciana Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 20
with burglary, grand theft
and on-site violation of pro-
bation/community control.
William Curtis Wills, 49,
of 1729 N. Pontiac Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
June 20 with aggravated bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Turan Jerome Braddy, 43,
of 821 Juanita Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 20
with aggravated battery.


Megan Kendall Ranieri,
21, of 2609 Floridiane Court,
Melbourne, was charged
June 21 with grand theft.
Dontavious Deshean
Brown, 22, of 325 E. Univer-
sity Blvd., No. 24, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 22
with armed robbery with a
firearm.
*Joel Sam Brown, 24, of
1612 Dallam Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged June 22 as a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Brian Norfleet Cory, 37,
of 1240 Wild Rose Drive,
Palm Bay, was charged June
22 with battery, burglary and
battery-domestic violence.
Patrice C. Huffman, 47,
of 1514W. CentralAve., Mer-
ritt Island, was charged June
22 with attempting to solic-
it/conspire and possession
of burglary tools.
Tavirus Roshown
McCray, 18, of 2222
Northview St., Palm Bay, was
charged June 22 with armed
robbery with a firearm,
resisting arrest with vio-
lence, aggravated assault on
a law enforcement officer
and carrying a concealed
weapon.
Rose Marie Toth, 23, of
4430 Utica Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 22
with possession of cocaine,
possession of drug para-
phernalia and driving while
license suspended.
Daniel M. Saccareccia,
26, of 1279 Houston St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 23
with battery-domestic vio-
lence, false imprisonment
and burglary.
Tony Everett, 18, address
unknown, was charged June
24 with robbery, battery on a
person 65 or older and two
counts of battery.
Kimberly Lynn Gray, 41,
of 2073 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 25
with prostitution/lewdness
involving a motor vehicle.
Larry Jones, 45, of 2829
Colbert Circle, Melbourne,
was charged June 25 with
on-site violation of proba-
tion/community control,


illegal license plate attached
to mobile home and as a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
J.C. Kelly, 51, of 3039
Juanita Circle, Melbourne,
was charged June 25 as a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Sandra Small, 50, of 257
Cinnamon Lake Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 25
with prostitution/lewdness
involving a motor vehicle.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Jennifer Gail Culbreth,
32, of 2418 Lisa Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 19
with scheming to defraud
and obtain property, fraudu-
lent use of a credit card and
petty theft.
Juan Pablo Linero, 20, of
416 First Ave., Indialantic,
was charged June 20 with
on-site violation of proba-
tion/community control
and driving under the influ-
ence.
Antoinette Barretto, 30,
of 7486 Sheridan Road, West
Melbourne, was charged
June 20 with battery-domes-
tic violence, possession of a
prescription drug without a
prescription and aggravated
assault-domestic violence.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Johnny Randall Ander-
son, 44, of 4456 W New
Haven Ave., Melbourne, was
charged June 19 with failure
to report change as a sexual
offender.
Dustin Dean Davis, 30,
address unknown, was
charged June 19 with intro-
ducing contraband into jail.
Richard Allen Edick, 37,
of 1608 Mitchel St., No. 1,
Melbourne, was charged
June 19 with violation of
probation.
Robin Leslie Hikes, 31, of
1117 Swan St., Melbourne,
was charged June 19 with


violation of community
control.
Dale William Kerchenko,
49, of 1533 Virginia Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
June 19 with possession of
drug paraphernalia and
three counts of possession
of a controlled substance.
Nickolas A. Montambo,
40, address unknown, was
charged June 19 with burgla-
ry and petty theft.
Christopher Fitzgerald
Spivey, 43, of 1124 Gainey
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged June 19 with selling
cocaine, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell
and possession of cocaine.
Sherrod Thomas Joyce,
21, of 916 Poplar Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 20
with violation of probation.
Tiley R. Minear, 30, of
1812 Oakwood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 20
with violation of probation.
Rain Joel Pipkins, 24, of
3034 Lipscomb St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 20
with petty theft and viola-
tion of probation.
John William Roberts, 45,
of 49 Parkhill Blvd., West
Melbourne, was charged
June 20 with felony failure to
appear.
William Roy Jones, 34,
address unknown, was
charged June 22 with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, possession of
cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Bert Albert Stevenson,
46, address unknown, was
charged June 22 with viola-
tion of probation.
Patrick Donald Marcan,


26, of 751 Glenn Abbey Way,
Melbourne, was charged
June 23 with seven counts of
violation of probation.
Lonnie Fernando Steele,
31, of 3011 Monroe St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 23
with felony failure to appear
and two counts of violation
of probation.
James Watson, 34, of
4605 Crosswind Court, No.
4, Melbourne, was charged
June 23 with felony failure to
appear.
Steven Michael Arm-
strong, 38, of 1729 Cedar-
wood Drive, Melbourne, was
charged June 24 with grand
theft.
Adam J. Martinez, 24, of
554 N. Wickham Road, No.
215, Melbourne, was
charged June 24 with two
counts of selling a con-
trolled substance.
Scott Allen Torrence, 40,
of 1379 Sunwood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
June 24 with violation of
probation, possession of a
controlled substance, pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia and on-site violation of
probation/community con-
trol.
Andrew Mattison
Cochran, 32, of 3268 Eliza-
beth St., West Melbourne,
was charged June 25 with
aggravated assault on a law
enforcement officer.
Jessie Paige, 53, address
unknown, was charged June
25 with two counts of selling
cocaine.
Travis M. Williamson, 23,
address unknown, was
charged June 25 as a fugitive
from justice.


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Photo calendar
contest

The Friends of the Mel-
bourne Beach Library are
having a "Flora and Fauna
of Melbourne Beach" calen-
dar contest. Twelve photo-
graphs of flowers or animals
of Melbourne Beach will be
selected for the 2010
Library Calendar.
Entries are $5 each, must
be 4 by 6 or larger and must
be submitted no later than
August 31, 2009. Each win-
ning photographer will be
credited for their photos
and receive a free calendar.
All funds raised by the con-
test and sale of the calen-
dars will support the
Library programs and book
purchases. Entry forms
may be picked up at the
library, 324 Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne Beach.
For more information,
call (321) 956-5642.

Holiday bus schedule

Space Coast Area Transit
has announced the follow-
ing changes to bus service
for the upcoming Indepen-
dence Day holiday:
Friday, July 3: All fixed
route bus service will run
on Saturday service sched-
ule.
Saturday, July 4: All fixed
route bus service will run
on regular Saturday service
schedule, with all routes
ending by 6 p.m.
For information, call
(321) 633-1878 or visit
www.RideSCAT.com.

Clean up
holiday debris

Volunteers are needed to
help with cleanup after
Independence Day week-
end, Monday, July 6 from 8-
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Letters

Open letter to America
Dear editor:
The Orlando Magic basketball team has stirred a lot of
enthusiasm and excitement for them in this playoff.
Wouldn't it be wonderful if the American public could garner
as much enthusiasm toward controlling our runaway govern-
ment and regaining control of our lives and our country? We
would once again be the great nation that the United States of
America was supposed to be.
We have a government that is dragging us down the path of
financial ruin and we do nothing. We have a government that is
consorting with the enemies of America and we again do
nothing. We have a government that is invading our lives like
never before, closing businesses, taking over control of lives
when they have no business getting involved, and we still do
nothing.
Send a dry tea bag to your representatives in Washington,
and do it today. If they are as intelligent as they are supposed to
be, they will get the message.
All the laws that apply to the American public should apply
equally to our representatives in government.
Joyce Cecrle
Melbourne
Wake up Americans
Dear Editor:
Chapter 11 bankruptcy is nothing more than out right
stealing from hard working people, i.e., suppliers and share-
holders, while rewarding the incompetent management.
When a company finds itself so mismanaged that bankruptcy
is the only way out, then let it totally dissolve and liquidate all
its assets.
Today we have the "powers to be" encouraging citizens to
invest in their 401 (k) portfolios. Citizens being concerned
Americans invest in American firms, like Chrysler, GM, Vlasic,
etc., whose incompetent management while drawing six-
figure salaries mismanage the firms, necessitating a Chapter 11
bankruptcy. Suppliers, shareholders get hurt by losing every-
thing; while the incompetent management keeps drawing
their "big bucks" and restructure the firm to its next cycle of
incompetents.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and all other forms of bankruptcy
that are not total in posture, meaning where total liquidation of
assets isn't enforced, shouldnd alongside rape and murder
as crimes against the people.
T.C. Prt
Melbourne

Thank you 'Friends of Children' supporters
Dear Editor:
Times may be tough, but the community still cares. On
Saturday, June 20, Friends of Children of Brevard had a yard
sale to benefit abused, neglected and abandoned kids in our
county. The community responded with a large amount of
goods to sell, and then came out for the sale. "Friends" could
not have succeeded in this endeavor with out the tremendous
support of Perrone Properties, which gave us an air condi-
tioned space in a prime location for the event. In these difficult
economic times for non-profit organizations and local
business it is easy to say "no," but Ralph Perrone said "yes" and
made a difference for the youth of Brevard. Kevin Jensen of
National City Bank, Cocoa Commons, stepped up to help us
advertise the event and recruited the Merritt Island branch to
do the same. We are so grateful to these local businesses for
their support. With the heartfelt thanks of the children and the
Guardian ad Litem volunteers who represent them.
Mary Dimel, President
Friends of Children ofBrevard County, Inc.

Another look
Dear Editor:
Seems like every week now I read in your section about
someone bemoaning our mass media's lack of coverage about
this or that. And it's no secret: everyone knows our corporate-
controlled newspapers and airwaves only tell us what they
want us to know. Thank god for the internet and small locally-
owned print media like the Hometown News. Please help
break the silence and print the news about the largest citizen
research project in history going on right now.
In the past few years independent investigators have
unearthed a mountain of credible evidence indicating the
official 9-11 story simply cannot be true, yet the mass media
steadfastly refuses to report about it.
And this is big news too. As of May 15 more than 700
architects and engineers have signed onto a statement saying
fire could not possibly have been responsible for the destruc-
tion of the World Trade Center, but rather the evidence
indicates the towers were brought down with pre-planted
controlled demolitions. This is no smattering of the occasional
"conspiracy theorist." These are educated and degree
building professionals putting their reputations and their
careers on the line to say the official 9-11 story does not hold
up under scrutiny, and they are calling for a new investigation.
Please do your civic duty and look into the truth behind the
tragedy of 9-11. Check it out on the internet at Architects &
Engineers for Truth or AE911 Truth.org.
Bruce Morgan
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Military woes

In a recent USA Today article entitled "Army is blast-
ed for drug policies," Gen. Peter Chiarelli is quoted as
saying "substance abuse-related misconduct, including
multiple positive urinalysis, were not processed for
possible discharge." At one installation, a 1,000 soldiers
screened positive by urinalysis, 373 had failed the same
drug test in the past, some up to seven times. The lack
of corrective action for these offenses pointed the fin-
ger to the possibility that the U.S. Army doesn't want to
lose any more combat troops.
As a 28-year U.S. Air Force veteran, including two
tours of duty in Vietnam, I am not making excuses for
anyone abusing drugs in the military.
However, in my opinion, the troops are burned out.
Multiple repeat tours of duty to the war zone have
taken its toll on our soldiers, spouses and families. We
read, all to often, about suicides, desertions and friend-
ly-fire-killing on our own soldiers.
A May 26, USA Today editorial by DeWayne Wickham,
in my view, hit the nail on the head.
"Any war worth fighting is one in which a broad
cross-section of Americans should bear the brunt of
combat. Ideally, the ranks of U.S. military should be
filled with volunteers. But, if necessary, this nation
should resort to a military draft to spread the burden of
war more fairly across the length and breadth of this
nation," said Mr. Wickham. He concludes that "nor
should we forget in a time of war that the defense of
freedom should be the duty of many, not the few."
Our military leaders cannot overlook repeated drug
abuse offenses, as rationale for keeping up the "troop
strength." Our congressional leaders need to re-insti-
tute the draft, for whatever timeframe is necessary.

Reverse roles

After reading all the complaints about the American
citizens needing help, such as health care, Social Secu-
rity, etc, I thought of a great idea: we should start a fund
to pay back all the wealthy people in this country for


having to put up with poor people. I for one will leave
all my assets to the wealthy, I would hate to think that I
was a burden to society. About all I will be able to leave
is my house and furniture, since I had to liquidate my
retirement funds to pay for my health care and insur-
ance premiums. I hope this is enough. I'm glad I live in
the most rich country in the world.

Have a heart

We often speak about neighbors helping neighbors,
friends helping friends, etc., but not in today's world. I
know a kind lady who rescues cattle, i.e. cows, donkeys,
etc. that are heading to the slaughter houses. She hous-
es these animals on property that is well-maintained.
However, periodically they break a fence, etc., and
escape. Fortunately, a neighbor will call the police who
in turn calls Animal Control who's mission is supposed
to be saving and helping animals, correct?
Well, all well and true, but is it necessary to fine this
lady, or whoever has the misfortune to have an animal
escape, $150? I realize this could be a dangerous hap-
pening, but at least a smaller fine or something to help
someone who is saving these poor misfortuned animals
who have no voice.

Turn signal please

I noticed this coming into Florida: A lot of people
don't use their turn signals when they switch lanes.
People, if I were a cop, I would pull every single one of
you over. It's a small act of safety on your part to let the
person behind you know that you're switching lanes. I
don't know what it is. I don't know if it's the heat or what
kind of phenomenon cause this, but please use your
turn signal.

You saved our lives

Having gone to the beach all my life in Ocean City,
N.J. I never had a near-death experience with the ocean
until yesterday. In Florida, I do respect the beach now.
This is to rave and say thank you so much to the person
that helped me save my son, because without her help
he wouldn't be with me today and I probably wouldn't
be here today because I would have gone with him. I
thank you so much for not just standing by and watch-
ing me struggle. Thank you so much for jumping in and
pulling my son out of the water for me. You are a
guardian angel. I didn't get a chance to get your name. I
know you were from South Carolina and I thank you for
not standing by and watching me struggle and actually
helping me.
Please respect the ocean water in Florida if it's water
that you've never been in before. You may think that
because you went to the beach all your life somewhere
else in this country, you can do it. You can beat those
waves, you can do whatever you want. You cannot.
Respect the beach. Respect the water.
Message received Friday, June 20.


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By Tammy Roberts
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With the Indian River to the
west and the Atlantic Ocean
to the east, Brevard County's
beachside communities offer
a plethora of enjoyable activi-
ties for visitors and residents
alike.
So, instead of traveling else-
where this summer, consider
a visit to the Space Coast,
while spending less cash and
gaining a new appreciation
for Brevard's beloved beach-
es.
While Melbourne Beach is
known for its small-town feel
and casual atmosphere, it is
also the county's oldest
beachside community,
established in 1883, accord-
ing to the town of Melbourne
Beach's Web site, www.mel-
bournebeachfl.org.
In 1921, the original Mel-
bourne Causeway was built,
connecting Melbourne
Beach to the mainland via
what is now known as Indi-
alantic.
Some of the town's earliest
buildings (or replicas of the
originals), such as the Ryck-
man House, the Melbourne
Beach Post Office and the
town's community chapel,
still stand today.
For a deeper look into the
town's history, stop in the
long-standing Old Town Hall
History Center at 2373 Oak
Street, which is open Satur-
days from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
If fishing is your forte, Mel-
bourne Beach is home to
some of the county's most
popular fishing spots, both
along the beach and in the
Indian River Lagoon.
Rent a kayak, charter a boat
or throw out a line from the
Melbourne Beach Pier.


Sebastian Inlet State Park,
at the south end of AlA, dou-
bles as a popular fishing area,
as well as a recognized surf-
ing spot for locals.
If you're looking to get away
without technically leaving
the county, pack up the kids
and the camping gear and
spend a few nights under the
star-filled sky at Long Point
Park near the Indian River
County line.
Both tents and RVs are per-
mitted, and many campsites
back the Indian River
Lagoon.
Heading north from Mel-
bourne Beach, there are a
variety of other ways to stay
active.
Paradise and Boardwalk
beaches in Indialantic are
well-known hot spots, while
the newly renovated High-
tower Beach Park in Satellite
Beach is scheduled to be
completed by late summer.
Sea turtle nesting season in
Brevard began June 1 and
guided hatchling tours are a
must-see.
For information, visit the
Sea Turtle Preservation Soci-
ety Web site, www.seaturtle-
spacecoast.org.
From jet skiing and boating
to wakeboarding and canoe-
ing, the Space Coast is also
known for its water sports.
But some residents, who
have lived here all their lives,
rarely take advantage of their
location.
"I really don't get out there
and experience all that this
area has available as much as
I'd like to," said Tanya Law-
son, a Satellite Beach resi-
dent and mother of two col-
lege students. "My husband
bought me a kayak for our
anniversary, and our plan is
to take it out a lot more this


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to live in such a beautiful
place."
If the cost is keeping you
away, owning one of these
watercrafts is not a require-
ment. There are dozens of
vendors from Melbourne
Beach north to Cape
Canaveral that rent by the
hour or by the day.
When the sun gets too hot,
another option is to bring the
family out for a day of shop-
ping along Indialantic's Fifth
Avenue, which is home to a
variety of surf shops, beauty
salons, restaurants and home
decor stores.
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level, trade walking for bicy-
cling.
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property, Gleason Park in
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trail, children's playground
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with increased sidewalks and
widened streets.
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community offers; we want
people to be able to enjoy it
on foot, while still remaining
safe," said Satellite Beach
Mayor Mark Brimer.

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Brevard's beachside commu-
nities, visit the Melbourne-
Palm Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce, 1005 E. Straw-
bridge Ave., Melbourne, or
call (321) 724-5400.
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Friday, July 3

The Cove at Port
Canaveral: will have "The
fireworks before the
fireworks" from 5 p.m. to 2
a.m. with live entertain-
ment, food, local vendors,
children's activities and arts
and crafts. Fireworks at 10
p.m. Call (321) 783-2033.
Historic Downtown
Titusville: will host a 1776
Independence Day Cele-
bration from 6-9 p.m. with
an ice cream and lemonade
social. Historical tours
begin at the North Brevard
Historical Museum, 301 S.
Washington Ave., Titusville.
Participants are asked to
dress in period clothing.
Call (321) 267-3036.

Saturday, July 4

Space Coast Regional
Airport: 355 Golden
Knights Ave., Titusville will
host "Red, White and
Boom" from 5-9:30 p.m. It
will feature aircraft flyovers
and displays, food, chil-
dren's activities, live
entertainment and fire-
works. Call (321) 267-3036.
Historic CocoaVillage:
The Brevard Symphony
Orchestra will perform at
the Herbert L. Shulman
Memorial 4th of July Pops
Concert with fireworks,
food, refreshments and
family activities at 8 p.m. at
Cocoa Riverfront Park, 400
Delannoy Ave., Cocoa
Village. The musical will
include traditional patriotic
and space-themed musical
selections. Fireworks over
the park at 9:15 p.m. Call
(321) 242-2024 or visit
www.cocoavillage.com.
Space Coast Stadium:
will host the "Great Ameri-
can Celebration" at 6 p.m.
with a baseball game
between the Brevard
Manatees and Daytona
Cubs and an all you can eat
cookout and fireworks.
Admission is $15. Tickets
available at Community
Educators Credit Union,
7380 Murrell Road, Suite
102, Viera and Viera Realty's
Home Discovery Center,
7350 Shoppes Drive.
Wickham Park
Amphitheater: Parkway
Drive, Melbourne will hold
the 'Lifting Up God &
Country' celebration from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a
state flags parade at 1 p.m.
Call (321) 724-8434.
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Fun, patriotism will I


flourish at this year's
July 4 festivities
By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
July 4 is a marker of the country's
independence and a day for celebra-
tion alongside our friends, families
and fellow Americans.
And this year, residents and visitors
alike will have more than enough
ways to share in the fun.
For those eager to get a jumpstart
on the holiday, the Cove restaurants at
Port Canaveral will host "The Fire-
works before the Fireworks" July 3
from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. the following
morning.
The event will feature live entertain-
ment, cookout-style food, arts and
crafts, a cornhole tournament
beginning at 5 p.m., children's
activities and various local vendors. At
10 p.m., snuggle up with the one you
love for a 20-minute fireworks display,
which can be seen from any of the
Port's dockside venues.
Continue the celebration through
the holiday itself, where hot dogs and
burgers are aplenty and broad stripes
and bright stars can be scene all along
the Space Coast.
Melbourne Fun:
The city of Melbourne will kick off
its annual Independence Day Cele-
bration July 4 at 10 a.m. with a
patriotic parade in Historic Down-
town Melbourne.
The parade will travel westward on
New Haven Avenue to Oak Street,
then northward to the Liberty Bell
Memorial Museum.
The party will get a little hotter
beginning at 2 p.m. with jazz music by
the DanWilborn Trio and dance
music by Tropic Four at Claude Edge
Front Street Park. The Melbourne
Municipal Band will keep the party
going with a live concert beginning at
6:50 p.m.
A fireworks display, funded by the
Melbourne Community Fireworks
Fund, will light up the sky at 9 p.m.
over the Indian River Lagoon.


James Clark/stafftt photographer
While the Brevard Symphony Orchestra performs, fireworks launch into
the sky in accompaniment to the music at Riverfront Park in Cocoa July 4.


For information, call (321) 953-
6282.
Palm Bay Patriotism:
To the south, the city of Palm Bay
will host its second annual "Splashes
and Sparks" from 6-10 p.m. at the
Palm Bay Campus of Brevard Com-
munity College.
The event will feature live music,
food, games, a bicycle parade,
waterslides and a variety of children's
activities, as well as a fireworks display
beginning at 9:15 p.m.
For information, call (321) 723-
3064.
Commemorate in CocoaVillage:
On the north end of the county,
Cocoa Village will host an Indepen-
dence Day celebration beginning at 5
p.m. with live music, food, games for
children and a concert by the Brevard
Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. at
Riverfront Park.
A fireworks show, funded by the city
of Cocoa, the city of Rockledge and


Brevard County Parks & Recreation,
will begin at 9:15 p.m., so bring your
lawn chairs and blankets.
For information, call (321) 631-
9075.
Celebrate by Sea:
For a closer look at the Cocoa
Village display, guests can take a trip
aboard Dolphin Girl Cruises or the
Riverboat Queen, which features
dinner and live entertainment. Each
will offer a July 4 fireworks cruise.
Reservations required.
For information, call (321) 591-3670
or (321) 454 7414, respectively.
New heights in North Brevard:
More sky-high fun will be had at
"Red, White and Boom," North
Brevard's community celebration
from 5-9 p.m. at the Space Coast
Regional Airport.
The event, hosted by the Valiant Air
Command, Parrish Medical Center,
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Out & about


FRIDAY, JULY 3
Ghost Tour: 7 p.m. at Historic
Rossetter House Museum & Gardens,
1320 Highland Ave., Melbourne.
Admission is $7.50. Call (321) 254-9855
or visit
www.rossetterhousemuseum.org.
* Dub City Tribe: reggae, hip hop, and
R&B style, 7 p.m. at Coconuts on the
Beach, 25 S. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
(321)784-1422.

SATURDAY, JULY 4
Strobe: performs classic rock. 9 p.m.
at Shady Oaks Lounge, 6050 S. Babcock,
Palm Bay. (321) 727-7004.

SUNDAY, JULY 5
Independence Day Picnic: 1-6 p.m.


at 1471 Cypress Ave, Melbourne. Hosted
by Italian-American Club of South
Brevard, BYOB. Admission is $10 for
non-members, $7 for members, and $5
for kids under 12 years. Call (321) 242-
8044 or visit www.rossetterhousemuse-
um.org.
* Eau Gallie murder mystery tour: 1-4
p.m. with tours every half hour at
Historic Rossetter House Museum &
Gardens, 1320 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Admission is $7.50 per person
or $12 per family. Call (321) 254-9855
to reserve.

THURSDAY, JULY 9
*'Miss Saigon': presented by the
Summer Fine Arts program. 7:30 p.m.
Showings also Friday, July, 10 at 7:30
p.m. and Saturday, July 11 at 2 p.m. at
Merritt Island High School Auditorium,


100 E. Mustang Way.
* 'Once upon a mattress': presented
by the Summer Fine Arts program. 7:30
p.m. Showings also Friday, July, 10 at
7:30 p.m. and Saturday, July 11 at 2 p.m.
at Satellite High School Auditorium, 300
Scorpion Court.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Photo journaling quilting: 9 a.m. to
4 p.m., Saturday, July 25 at the Harry T. &
Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park, 2180
Freedom Ave., Mims. Attendees should
bring family photos, drawings, old letters
and other artifacts to be incorporated
into a quilt celebrating their own family
history; all other materials will be
provided. No prior quilting or sewing
experience is required. Reserve with $75
by July 17. Call (321) 264-6595 or visit
www.brevardparks.com/hthvm/events.


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 7-3-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
Remove any limitations you
have placed on yourself and
move up to new heights of
accomplishment and suc-
cess. It's time to respect and
honor yourself as you do
others. Call on spirit to
awaken and renew the light
within you, so your path
may be clearly seen. Trust
the universe and it will bring
you great rewards.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
There is important work to
be done, starting with your-
self. The first step is to for-
give and release the past.
Free yourself of accumulat-
ed baggage. Move ahead
and dream new and larger
dreams. Life is a continuing
learning experience. When
things don't work out as
planned, new and better
things are on the way. Be
patient.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Keep life simple. Now is not
the time to complicate
things. Form choices and
opinions on what you now
know, not on what you
aren't sure of. Act when it
feels right. If you aren't sure,
wait. Running away is not
the answer. Our challenges
follow us. Be sure to follow
your heart. It will always tell
the truth if you are open to
it and listening.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You have one of the
strongest hearts in the uni-
verse. People may not
always understand you, but
they sure are in awe of your
character and determina-
tion. Why? Because you
never give up. Just stay away
from negative people who
would drain you of this fine
spirit. Your love of family is
legendary. You are always
there when needed.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
There are few life challenges
you aren't up to handling.
Why? Because you let your
visions guide you. You listen
to your inner guidance. This
is your greatest help when
making tough decisions.
This approach has helped in
the past, helps now and will
serve you well in the future.
You are divinely connected,
you know.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
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518 S. Palm Ave., Titusville.
(321) 264-5105.
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and then give back and
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Continue to feed your pas-
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deadlines are the dynamic
tensions that help you start
and complete projects in a
timely manner. This is the
key to your continuing
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Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
There is little holding you
back these days. You have
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You have your second wind.
You are a powerful, positive
force with your friends. You
are constantly increasing
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dom to enlighten your mind
and enhance your spirit. This
will continue to be one of
the best years of your life.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21


Only you can truly know
what is right for you. Look
within yourself, listen then
act accordingly. Opportunity
for change and growth is at
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thus far. Don't stop now. Be
obedient to yourself. What is
it that you truly want? When
you know, the challenge is
more than half over. It's all
downhill from here.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your understanding of life
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stronger, as well. You are
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socially. This bright attitude
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want to know what you
know. You share your bless-
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lived.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Your good nature always
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The angels surround you
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You feed them with your
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Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Life is a grand adventure.
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It is time to go even further
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and a fireworks display at 9
p.m.
Cocoa Beach display:
If there weren't enough color
in the sky already, Ron Jon Surf
Shop and the cities of Cocoa
Beach and Cape Canaveral
will host their crowd-pleasing
fireworks show just after
sundown at Shepard Park.
Step up to the plate at
Space Coast Stadium:
For an event that is sure to
be a grand slam this holiday,
swing by the "Great American
Celebration" at 6 p.m. at Space
Coast Stadium, as the Brevard
County Manatees take on the
Daytona Cubs.
The 15th annual celebration
is sponsored by theViera
Future Foundation, TheViera
Company and other local
businesses and has been
known to bring in more than
400 guests in the past.
A $15 ticket includes all-
you-can-eat cookout food,
patriotic souvenirs, an evening
fireworks display and admis-
sion to the game.
Tickets are available at the
Viera branch of Community
Educators Credit Union, 7380
Murrell Road, Suite 102, and
Viera Realty's Home Discovery
Center, 7350 Shoppes Drive.
"I think what makes the
event so popular is the
location," said Kyle Smith,
general manager of the
Brevard County Manatees.
"People are proud to say they
live in this area and enjoy
celebrating it. Every year,
we're building more and
more of a tradition."


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BOULEVARD Mini
Storage intends to sell
the property below to
enforce a lien under FL
statues (section
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sale, cash only. Date of
sale will be Friday July
10th at 10:00 am sharp at
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bidding starting at 2:00
pm Saturday, July 25th,
2009 at Apollo Storage
575 N. Apollo Blvd.
Melbourne 32935. The
units consist of
household items. Jeffrey
Eurgatis Unit C9, John
Hunter Unit CC59 All pur-
chases are sold as is. All
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ducks. Peking Blue
Swede, etc. Must deliver
to Cocoa. 321-961-5202




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complete set up $25,
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vacuums, 200 mph, like
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321-724-0253
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321-777- 0295 SoBrev
CHAIR, turquoise, up-
holstery, comfy, firm,
arms could use cleaning,
$10, 321-768-1714
CHAIRS, 4, for dining
area, oak caster with
arms, swivel and rock,
$15 each, 321-951-9092
CHROME PEGS, Harley,
axle nut caps, also H.D
memorabilia, $75obo,
321-952-8933
COMFORTER SET, with
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throw pillows, $2 each,
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COMPOSER tumbler
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printer $20 speakers $10
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COMPUTER, 17" moni-
tor, E-Machine, new
parts, fully restored, $85,
321-373-6510 SoBrev
COMPUTER, HP, w/ 17"
monitor, runs great,
$125, Sanyo Stereo sys-
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price $180. 321- -1. l
CRIB WALNUT spindle
with mattress & bumpers.
Never used. $100
321-984-3375
DINING TABLE with leaf
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Good cond $200
321-777-0229
DISPLAY CABINET, 2,
$40, vintage couch and 2
chairs, $150,
321-752-0856
DOG CRATE, very large,
$25, Decretive wood, 2
drawer filing cabinet, $45,
321-253-5638 SoBrev
DRESSER dark pine
with mirrored hutch $200
321-255-3261see photo
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DRILL, cordless, Black&
Decker, 12 volt, 2 battery
chargers, 12 volt light,
$40, 321-254-3217
DRYER, MAYTAG, large
capacity, white excellent
condition, $60 firm,
321-751-2421 SoBrev
DRYER, WHIRLPOOL,
front load, 4 cycle, 3 tem-


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tor, 3kw, 3gal, 10hr, 6hp,
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ENTERTAINMENT cen-
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$150 all, 321-242-5927
EXERCISE MACHINE,
Bandflex, like new, $175
obo, color scanner, $20
obo, 321-508-2203
EXERCISE MACHINE,
Malibu Pilates, new,
$125,321-676-5847
FILING CABINET 4
drawer, $50 firm.
Computer monitor $25.
321-474-4281
FISH TANK, 55 gallon
long, $55, 60 gallon long,
$60, 321-722-0691
FREEZER, CHEST, Frig-
idaire, used one month,
14 cubic feet, $175,
321-298-9580 SoBrev
GOLF BALLS, 50, $9,
321-205-6368 SoBrev
HELMET motorcycle
DOT Scorpion EXO full
face, Small gr/bl. Like
new $50 321-557-3074
HOT TUB free for 3 Been
sitting for years. Not sure
if it works. You haul it
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microphone, AVX, TV,
disc, $25, 321-259-2544
LOADING RAMPS, for
motorcycle, professional,
for pick up's, barley used,
$60, 321-722-1265
LOVE SEAT, orange col-
or, like new, $150,
321-953-3559 SoBrev
MAGAZINES, CAT
fancy, 2 years worth, $1
all, 321-259-2853
MASSAGER, Homemed-
ics, 5 motor with heat,
$25. Shiatsu massager,
$20, 321-446-7743
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glass, 60'x 30', metal
frame, good condition,
$50 obo, 321-368-1111
POOL PUMP motor, 1
HP, electric, for swim-
ming pool or sprinkler,
$50, 321-984-9944


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POSTER, MOVIE theatre
Original' Lady in the
Dark', #44/17, good cond,
$199, 321-726-8714
POWER TOOLS, all
craftsman, for wood
working, 10" table saw,
$95, 321-768-1554
RECORD ALBUMS, 65,
$3 each, 321-446-3202
REFRIGERATOR, white,
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321-427-9833
E: Quail Ridge
Golf Course
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MELBOURNE:
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321-777-0943
N NC Stream
Wooded Acres
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86-1666


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3/2.5/1, open floor plan
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NC MOUNTAINS
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Secluded. Bryson City.
$39,950.
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MELBOURNE Bch Near
192 bridge. Quiet non
smoking Ig rm. Wireless
lots of privacy. $475/mo
321-951-9805 or cell
205-936-2315
MELBOURNE- Room &
bath, kitchen, sitting
room. Pool use. Includes
util. No drugs /smoking.
$120/wk 772-538-8166
PALM BAY NE
furnished or unfurn. All
utilities, private bath,
W/D, pool. $375/mo
407-855-3482
PALM BAY SE, house-
mate wanted, M/F priv.
ba, cable, house privil's,
W/D, Close to shops &
college $450 mo. incl's
all. Employed & Ref's
req'd. 321-698-3736
PALM BAY: Wheelchair
accessible, pool, W/D,
clean, quiet. $500/mo
includes utilities.
321-750-9298
TITUSVILLE- SHARE
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pet home. $325/mo. Must
pass criminal background
check. 386-405-4539




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wood floors & pool.
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321-733-7025
MELBOURNE/EauGallie
area efficiency apt, small
furnished,clean, quiet, no
pets. $425/mo. Drug free
env. Call 321-254-4229

MELBOURNE: 2br/1ba
freshly painted, CHA,
$600/mo water & cable
optional. Close to every-
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MELBOURNE: Clean &
Ready move in. Close to
Holmes Regional.
1br $500, 2br $600 407-
929-0284,321-704-7188

MELBOURNE: Newly
remodeled, 2/1.5, basic
cable & W/D incl. Close
to Wuesthoff, $645/mo +
Sec 321-259-5898 See
photos ad #44228
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N. MERRITT ISLAND
completely refurbished
2/2 condo. Quiet gated
comm. Pool $750/mo.
Includes water & cable.
321-636-4450
PALM BAY Country
Gardens 3/2 w/balcony,
all apple, $700/mo (cable
& water incl) no or pets
321-729-9995
PALM BAY NE 2/2
condo, w/d, all apple's,
screen room, pool, cable,
tv, water & garbage, no
smoking, $500 deposit.
$700/mo. 321-409-9186
PORT ST. JOHN River
front! 2/2 condo. Pool,
Tennis Courts, Great
View! 2nd floor. $850/mo
321-636-4450


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cable, wifi, pool, across
from the beach, $750/mo.
Call 321-427-7029
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SUNTREE Spacious
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unfurn., incis washer/dry-
er, fridge, stove, dish-
washer. Avail. Now! 6 or
12 month lease, $889/mo
sec. dep. req. Pet Nego.
Call Jeannie for pictures
& info: 321-474-1810
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Lg 2br/2ba, 1000sfApt
Central AC, Near SR50
& 1-95 $650/mo
321-383-0296
VERO BEACH 55+ Villa
Mar Furnished 2-br/2-ba.
1st floor. Florida room,
Annual lease. Comm
pool & clbhse. $700/mo
+ security 772-569-2354


AFFORDABLE
VERO BEACH: Call for
specials! 1br from $475,
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water/sewer, Tile, New
appl. Near Beach, Park &
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VIERA 2/1 Lovely fully
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comm pool, exercise rm.
$699/mo. 321-749-2515
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Must sell! 321-591-1417

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321-557-3074.
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GEORGIA QUIET,
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678-644-0547
GEORGIA RIVER
FRONT PROPERTY -
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good roads, approximate-
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MERRITT ISLAND: Cat-
alina Isles, Very nice,
clean 3/2/1, fenced yard,
Ige scrn porch $975/mo +
Sec 321-459-5533
PALM BAY NE -4be./3ba
South Americana Blv. NE
All new appl's. Garage is
converted to Ig. 4th Bdrm
w/Half bath & walk in
closed. $950, avail. Sept
1st. Call: 321-676-5854
PALM BAY: Malabar
Country Club area Lg 3/2,
Great Rm, Dining Rm
New Carpet & Paint
$900/mo 321-720-1787
ROCKLEDGE
4BR/2BA,Carport, all tile,
new paint. Huge yard,
$825/mo 1st & last $500
security 805-208-1391
SE PALM BAY: Clean
Quiet, 3/2/1, Large
fenced yard. Pets ok.
Close to BCC. Broad
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Spectacular view.
High altitude. Easily
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$39,950.
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MELBOURNE Central
location on quiet street.
1/1 ceramic tile,new paint
Reduced! $480/mo incls.
W/D, lawn, water, trash,
pest. Call 321-693-2784
SE PALM BAY: 2/1
fenced yard, pets ok
$600/mo $650/sec Call
Susan 321-403-5332
SEBASTIAN Tri-plex
Completely remodeled
1/1 Screened Lanai. A/C,
So Indian River Dr.
$650/mo. 863-983-8064
VERO BEACH Duplex
unfurnished, 1 bedroom.
Great for single person.
$450/mo + security.
772-569-2354

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TROMBONE YAMAHA
Getzen, with 2 mutes &
hard case. Used for high
school band. Exc. cond.
$700/obo 321-952-3839




COPY MACHINE Free
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adult bike. Blue/gray. 1
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CHRYSLER Conquest
TSI 1987 138K. Every
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El CAMINO 1978 LT1
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700R4 Trans. PS, PB,
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KAWASAKI VULCAN
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DODGE DAKOTA'05 GMC SAFARI 1988 See
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today market worth, oil since new. Body &
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