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Veterans Day Tribute to
Veterans as well, with the
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Moving Tribute Memorial,
a set of black onyx panels
etched with the names of
all of those lost in Middle
East wars and those who
lost their lives in the Sept.
11, 2001, attacks.
Additionally, members
of the VFW and represen-
tatives from Patrick Air
Force Base will give
speeches honoring veter-
ans.
"This is a great opportu-
nity to get out and pay
tribute to veterans while
having fun and gathering
information from 50 dif-
ferent health-related com-
panies representing Bre-
vard County," Mr.
Friedman said.
Admission is free, and
the first 150 seniors to
arrive at the fair will
receive invitations to a
special formal educational
plated lunch hosted by
some of Brevard's top sen-
ior service companies, Mr.
Friedman said.
The 2009 Senior Health
Fair will take place from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 11, at Hilton Mel-
bourne Rialto Place, 200
Rialto Place in Melbourne.
For more information,
call (321) 727-0800 or visit
Brevard Association of
Human Services' Web site
at www.bahsbuzz.org.


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present arguments in court


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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!
From
wyomingnews.com: Elvis'
hair sells for $15K at
Chicago auction
A clump of hair believed
to have been trimmed from
Elvis Presley's head when
he joined the Army in 1958
sold for $15,000 at a
Chicago auction house.
Also among the 200 Elvis-
related items up for grabs
at the Leslie Hindman
Auctioneers in Chicago was
See WEIRD, A2


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
An event designed to
promote good health to
senior citizens will also
celebrate veterans this
Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
The 2009 Senior Health
Fair is hosted by Brevard
Association of Human
Services, a nonprofit pro-
fessional networking
organization of people
involved primarily in the
long-term care and med-
ical industries in Brevard
County, said Dean Fried-
man, event organizer.
According to its Web
site, www.bahsbuzz.org,
Brevard Association of
Human Services' mem-
bers meet monthly and
focus on education and
networking. The group
was established more
than 10 years ago in an
effort to increase aware-
ness of community
providers, thereby
improving services avail-
able to the community.
The health fair will
highlight senior-related
health education, free
health screenings and a
business expo featuring
50 companies providing
free giveaways and door
prizes targeting Brevard's
seniors, Mr. Friedman
said.
As part of its tribute to
veterans, BAHS will host a


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE After more than
four years of battle, representatives
from the city of Melbourne and soup
kitchen Daily Bread finally had their
day in court.
The two groups are at odds over a
zoning decision made by Cindy
Dittmer, Melbourne's director of
planning and economic develop-
ment.


At a special meeting May 14, Mel-
bourne's Zoning Board of Adjust-
ment upheld a decision Ms. Dittmer
made denying a request made by
Daily Bread for a zoning change so
the nonprofit could a build an
administrative building adjacent to
its soup kitchen, located at 815 E. Fee
Ave., Melbourne.
Daily Bread officials claim that
their two properties, located at 815 E.
Fee Ave. and 805 E. Fee Ave.,
although adjacent, are actually two


separate lots with two
separate zoning desig-
nations.
Daily Bread's soup
kitchen resides on lot
815, which is zoned
C2, a designation
allowing soup
kitchens. Last year, the
nonprofit asked the Melbourne City
Council to approving a zoning
change at 805, the lot adjacent,
which is zoned Cl, or light commer-


cial,
so that the organization

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First shipment of H1N1


swine flu vaccines available


More than
16,000 doses
immediately
available to
high-risk groups
By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
The Brevard County
Health Department began
distributing its first ship-
ment of vaccinations
against the H1N1 swine flu
last week.
The department received
an initial 16,400 doses of
the vaccine, which have
been distributed to the
agency's 140 partners,
including doctor's offices,
hospitals and other busi-
nesses, said Dr. Heidar
Heshmati, director of the
Brevard County Health
Department.
The first doses will go to
those who are most sus-
ceptible to the illness,
including pregnant
women, people who live
with or provide care for
infants younger than 6
months, health care and
emergency medical per-
sonnel, people age 6
months to 24 years and
people ages 25-64 who
have certain medical con-
ditions that put them at
higher risk for flu-related
complications.
"We are starting with the
high-risk groups," Dr.
Heshmati said. "Our plan
and goal is to immediately
release (the first shipment)
of vaccines. Then, our goal


Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
Dr. Heidar Heshmati, director of the Brevard County
Health Department, speaks at press conference on Oct.
22 to announce the county's plans to combat the HI Ni
swine flu.


within the next three
months is to get (and dis-
tribute) 300,000 doses of
the vaccine."
The vaccine is free, but
many doctor's offices may
charge patients a nominal
administration fee, Dr.
Heshmati said.
Bob Lay, director of Bre-
vard County Emergency
Management, said the
county is well prepared to
deal with medical situa-
tions.
"About four years ago, we
started looking at the pos-


sibility of a pandemic," Mr.
Lay said. "At the time, it was
motivated by the avian flu,
but we have the same
intended outcome (for the
swine flu)."
The H1N1 flu, commonly
referred to as "swine" flu, is
a "novel," or new, influenza
virus that was first detected
in the United States last
April. It is mild in most
cases, but people with cer-
tain health conditions are
at greater risk.

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Steven Russell, 11, of Palm Bay takes a bike safety class
under the supervision of Kim Smith at Palm Bay
Regional Park.


Bike education coordinator


named FBA Educator of the Year


By Matt O'Hern
For Hometown News
Kim Smith of Melbourne is on a mission
to protect cyclists who risk their safety each
day on Brevard County's roads. Unfortu-
nately, many motorists ignore the rights of
cyclists, which is why Florida leads the
nation in bike and pedestrian-related
deaths and injuries.
To reverse the trend, Mrs. Smith, coordi-
nator of the Bicycle/Pedestrian Education
Program for the Space Coast Transportation
Planning Organization, speaks to groups
across the county and she's also involved
with bike safety curriculum for physical
education classes and free helmet programs
for underprivileged youth. Her audiences
range from kids to senior citizens, but her
message remains the same: Cyclists have
the same rights to safety as motorists.
In recognition of Mrs. Smith's service, the
Florida Bicycle Association named her the
FBA Educator of the Year, an honor awarded
to "those who inspire and support people &
communities to enjoy greater freedom and


well-being through bicycling."
Mrs. Smith explained the FBAs role in
bicycle safety.
"They're a state organization that advo-
cates with safety programs for cyclists. They
promote the 'share the road' state license
tag where the funds go back to bicycle edu-
cation. They're in charge of promoting it."
Recently, Mrs. Smith spoke to a driver's
education class at Edgewood Junior/Senior
High School in Merritt Island. Throughout
her speech, she warned the future drivers
about the consequences of ignoring cyclists
and pedestrians.
"I'm not trying to scare you or gross you
out," Mrs. Smith said. "I'm not going to be
with you 24/7, and your parents won't be
with you. I tell you the consequences, arm
you with information and trust you to make
the right decisions."
She highlighted several traffic laws
regarding cyclists, such as: Cyclists are enti-
tled to the same lane as automobiles;
cyclists can't wear headsets, unlike joggers,
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MELBOURNE Samples
of tasty fare from more than
30 restaurants, a key lime
pie-eating contest, a pizza
toss competition, profes-
sional chef demos and more
will all be a part of the fourth
annual Celebrate Brevard
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It is scheduled for 6-9 p.m.
Nov. 6 in the ballroom at the
Hilton Melbourne Rialto
Place. The hotel is at 200
Rialto Place, north of Hibis-
cus Boulevard and east of
Airport Boulevard.
In addition to the array of
food, visitors to the event
will be able to shop at about
15 holiday vendor booths
and enjoy music, a cash bar,
silent auction, door prizes
and a 50/50 drawing.
Tickets to Celebrate Bre-
vard are $20 per person. A
reserved corporate table for
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a shirt that once belonged
to the King, which sold for
$52,000.
The buyer of the hair paid
$15,000, plus an additional
$3,300 in auction house
fees.
Other items on offer
included scarves, photos
from the reception of
Presley's 1967 wedding to
Priscilla, Christmas cards he
sent and lots of records.
Elvis dolls and Elvis Pez
dispensers numbered
among the memorabilia. All
items had belonged to the
late Gary Pepper, who ran a
fan club and was a friend.
Pepper, who had cerebral
palsy, died in 1980.
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partnered with the Space
Coast Chapter of the Florida
Restaurant and Lodging
Association to present the
occasion.
Proceeds will be split
between the two organiza-
tions, and some of the
money will be donated to
local non-profit groups,
chamber president Kath-
leen Bishop said.
Tickets are on sale at the:
Greater Palm Bay Cham-
ber of Commerce office,
4100 Dixie Highway N.E.
(U.S. 1), Palm Bay, or via its
Web site, www.palmbaycc
Cocoa Beach Area
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the buff, in his own home,
alone.
Eric Williamson, 29, got
up at 5:30 a.m. and went to
the kitchen to make some
coffee. He was naked, but he
was alone in the Springfield
house, so he didn't think it
mattered. Wrong.
A woman and a 7-year-
old boy were cutting
through Williamson's front
yard from a nearby path,
according to WTTG-TV,
Channel 5 in Washington.
Through his front window,
they saw Williamson having
coffee in his birthday suit.
Fairfax County police
showed up and arrested
him.
Williamson said he had
no idea anyone could see
him, but police said they
believed he wanted to be
seen by the public, said
WTTG, a Fox station.
If convicted, Williamson
could face one year in jail
and a $2,000 fine. He plans
to fight the charge.


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A Minnesota man has
pleaded guilty to driving his
motorized La-Z-Boy chair
while drunk.
A criminal complaint said
62-year-old Dennis LeRoy
Anderson told police he left
a bar in the northern
Minnesota town of Proctor
on his chair after drinking
eight or nine beers.
Prosecutors said Ander-
son's blood alcohol content
was 0.29, more than three
times the legal limit, when
he crashed into a parked
vehicle in August 2008. He
was not seriously injured.
Police said the chair was
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County files suit against travel booking sites


Alleges sites
aren't paying
tourist tax
By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
In the past several years,
dozens of municipalities
across the nation have filed
suit against popular online
travel agencies for unpaid
tourist tax revenue.
Now, Brevard County has
jumped on board.
The federal suit which
lists defendants such as
Travelocity, Priceline, Orb-
itz and Expedia claims the
companies have underpaid
millions of dollars worth of
taxes after selling local
hotel rooms to customers.
The county claims these
agencies charge customers
a tourist-development tax
based on a higher rate with-
out paying the required
taxes to the county.
The suit said the online
companies "pocket those
collected taxes, and are
therefore unjustly


enriched."
"Our argument is that
this is not a new tax; we
didn't add a new tax, it's
about them paying the
taxes they already owe,"
said Rob Varley, executive
director of the Brevard
County Tourism Develop-
ment Council. "The dis-
pute with the 'dot-corns' is
that they're claiming it's a
fee. If it truly is a fee, they
don't show it anywhere on
their Web sites, so how do
you justify that?"
Since the claim was first
announced, the develop-
ment council has been
supportive of the county's
decision to move forward
with the suit, which was
filed last month in Orlan-
do.
Currently, Brevard Coun-
ty has about 130 hotel-
motel properties and more
than 11,000 rooms, Mr.
Varley said.
On average, those rooms
generate about $8.5 mil-
lion in revenue each year.
Brevard's current resort tax
rate is 5 percent.
"In some instances, and


not all, these companies
are collecting the tax from
customers for the entire
amount and only remit
what they pay to the hotel,"
Mr. Varley said. "That's not
right at all. It's an issue
that's going around the
country so fast with multi-
ple states filing suit. They
will most likely realize this
side of the issue and give in
on it eventually."
Depending on availabili-
ty, hotel companies control
the number of rooms and
the type of rooms available
to these travel sites each
day, said Jim Ridenour,
general manager of Court-
yard by Marriott in West
Melbourne and the Resi-
dence Inn in Melbourne.
"It varies, and at the
Marriott, it's all run by rev-
enue management," he
said. "They coordinate
with the hotel to determine
when to open deals up and
when to close them."
It is up to the companies
themselves, not the hotels,
to pay the tourism tax.
Mr. Ridenour provided
an example, such as his


hotel having a room avail-
able for $99 a night plus
tax, which would come out
to $109.89.
"The travel site would
pay me the $109.89," he
said. "But they could mark
up the price of the room by
as much as 20 percent on
their Web site. That would
add another $22, so the
price the customer sees is
$131.89. It's that $22
markup that's not being
taxed state or tourism."
While many of the suits
against these online travel
agencies have not yet been
resolved, all five federal
courts that have heard the
issue ruled in favor of the
agencies.
This includes the U.S.
Court of Appeals for the
Fourth Circuit, the only
appellate-level decision on
the issue, said Andrew
Weinstein, a spokesman
for the Interactive Travel
Services Association, a
trade association that rep-
resents the major online
travel companies, or OTCs.
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Best-selling author Don-
ald Miller will make an stop
in Melbourne during his 65-
city tour to launch his new
book, "A Million Miles in a
Thousand Years."
The show is at 7 p.m. Sat-
urday, Nov. 14, at Suntree
United Methodist Church,
7400 Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Tickets are $15.
Donald Miller, the author
of the New York Times best-
seller "Blue Like Jazz" will
give his legion of fans the
opportunity to see him live.


Mr. Miller will be joined
on tour by actor-comedian
Susan Isaacs, author of
"Angry Conversations with
God: A Snarky but Authentic
Spiritual Memoir." She has
appeared in movies such as
"Planes, Trains, and Auto-
mobiles" and TV shows
such as "Seinfeld," "The
Drew Carey Show" and "My
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because bicyclers are vehi-
cles, motorists must give
cyclists a 3-foot space
when driving around
them, cyclists must abide
by rules and laws that per-
tain to vehicles, anyone
who throws an object at a
person on a bike is throw-
ing a deadly projecticle,
which is a felony.
One of the most
impressive aspects of
Smith's presentation is a
safety video titled, "Chil-
dren in Traffic". The safe-
ty video listed extra pre-
cautions to use when
children are near the
streets. Debbie Wood-
side, who has taught Dri-
ver's Ed for five years,


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Smith's overall presenta-
tion.
"Everything about the
video was new," Ms.
Woodside said. "Children's
peripheral vision is a third
narrower than adults, and
I didn't know that."
Mrs. Smith and the
Transportation Planning
Organization will contin-
ue their demonstrations
with more Driver's Ed
classes and they're
encouraging young
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tips and parent/teacher
resources and a carbon
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Victims of domestic violence need support, assistance


Domestic Violence Awareness Month highlights need


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
It's one of the most com-
monly asked questions
regarding victims of domes-
tic violence: why does she
stay?
The question, said Dr.
Felipa Chavez, assistant
professor of clinical psy-
chology for Florida Institute
of Technology, is not easy to
answer because there are
many reasons women stay
in abusive relationships.
"There's no one answer for
why a woman stays," Dr.
Chavez said. "There are a
whole host of factors."
October is Domestic Vio-
lence Awareness Month, a
campaign designed to bring
attention to the national
epidemic of domestic vio-
lence. According to Melody
Keeth, executive director of
domestic violence shelter
Serene Harbor, one out of
every four women will expe-
rience domestic violence in


her lifetime.
Typically, many women
stay with abusers because
the lifestyle of abuse is all
they know, Dr. Chavez said.
"It's a repetitive cycle of
things they witnessed as a
child, and (many women)
will repetitively enter into
these relationships. From a
behavioral standpoint, we
do what's familiar to us."
Others stay because it's an
issue of resources. Some vic-
tims may be financially
dependent on their abusers.
In fact, said Ms. Keeth, the
deprivation of resources is a
tactic many abusers use to
maintain control of their
victims. For example, the
abuser may forbid the vic-
tim from working or
demand that she give up her
entire paycheck.
Tragically, some women
stay because they fear for
the safety of their children
or loved ones, Ms. Keeth
said.
"She doesn't know what


will happen if she leaves,"
she said. "He say's he'll take
the kids, he says he'll kill her,
he says he'll kill the kids or
he says he'll kill her par-
ents."
But the most important
thing the perpetrator will
do, said Dr. Chavez, is to cut
the victim's ties to resources
and a support system, bar-
ring her from attending
family functions and alien-
ating family members.
If you suspect someone
you know is a victim of
domestic violence, don't
give up, Dr. Chavez said.
"Continue to maintain
those ties, no matter what,"
she said. "If she feels there's
no place to go, it may be a
reason for her to stay."

There is
help available

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go? What do you do? Don't
worry; there is help avail-
able.
Serene Harbor Domestic
Violence shelter was incor-
porated in 1992 and began
providing emergency shel-
ter to victims of domestic
violence and their children
in 1993. The organization
operates a 24-bed shelter in
Brevard County.
Serene Harbor's services
are available free of charge
to anyone in need of help
with domestic violence. Vic-
tims can call the shelter's 24-
hour secure, confidential
hotline at (321) 726-8282.
Those who call will receive
help in preparing a safety
plan to leave their abuser,
Ms. Keeth said. Hotline
callers are also given infor-
mation regarding injunc-
tions for protection, educa-
tion, financial and
professional services, legal
aid, housing, mental health
issues, medical care and
children's service options.
Another avenue for help is
through the Brevard County
Sheriff's Office Victim Ser-
vices Office, said Glenda
Martin, a victim's advocate.
Victims' advocates at
BCSO deal in all violent
crimes, including homi-
cides, suicides, some sexual
assaults, child abuse and
child abduction, in addition
to domestic violence cases,
Ms. Martin said. The VAs
receive and review all
reports of domestic violence
and attempt to make con-
tact with the victims.
"We may just send a letter
introducing ourselves and
we may include a list of
community resources for
future reference," Ms. Mar-
tin said. "We're here as a
support system."
The VAs educate victims
on their rights, and will
often provide emotional
support, going to the court-
house with them to fill out
paperwork for an injunction


See VIOLENCE, A8


Domestic violence is a
pattern of abusive behav-
iors used to establish
power and control over an
intimate partner, often
leading to the threat or use
of violence. Abuse is any
controlling, hurtful act,
word or gesture that
injures another's body or
emotions. Domestic vio-
lence is not a disagree-
ment, a marital spat or an
anger management prob-
lem.
Domestic abuse takes
many forms. Following
are examples of abusive
behaviors. If you suspect
abuse, but do not witness
one of these behaviors,
don't discount it; call
Serene Harbor at (321)
726-8282 or the Brevard
County Sheriff's Office
Victim Services Office at
(321) 633-8414.

Verbal abuse
Does your partner say
things that shame,
ridicule or insult you:
You're stupid, fat, ugly,
etc.
You can't do anything
right.
*You'll never get ajob.
*You're an unfit parent.
*You don't deserve any-
thing.
*Who would want you?

Emotional,
psychological or
mental abuse
Does your partner do
any of the following:
Accuse you of having
affairs.
Keep you from family
and friends.
Confuse you with
promises and lies.
Take your keys or
damage your car.
Take or destroy impor-
tant papers.


Does your partner
alarm you or make you
feel uncomfortable by
mistreating your pet:
Not allow pet to
receive care or food.
Intentionally hit, kick
or throw your pet.
Injure pet as a threat to
you or your children.

Financial abuse
Does your partner con-
trol your ability to access
money:
Forbid you to work.
Forbid you to have
money unless it is for a
specific purpose, requir-
ing detailed documenta-
tion after the purchase.
Require that you give
up your paycheck.

Sexual abuse
Does your partner do
the following:
Force you to have sex.
Force you into
unwanted sexual prac-
tices.
Criticize your sexual
performance.
Force you to have sex
with others.
Withhold sex and
affection as a tool to
manipulate your behav-
ior.

Physical abuse
Does your partner do
any of the following:
Hit, slap, shove, stran-
gle or kick you or your
children.
Threaten or hurt you
with a weapon.
Throw objects at you.
This and other infor-
mation on recognizing
warning signs of domestic
violence is available on
Serene Harbor's Web site,
www.sereneharbor.org.


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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

Carlos Gomez, 34, of
1420 Avocado Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
17 with aggravated battery.
Faustino C. Velazquez,
21, of 1420 Avocado Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 17 with aggravated
battery.
Jonathan Ranell
Williams, 23, of 3476 Sad-
dle Brook Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
17 with felony violation of
probation, possession of
drug paraphernalia and
two counts of possession
of a controlled substance
without a prescription.
Kyle William Hicks, 25,
of 2901 Albemarle St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
18 with two counts of
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon.
Nicholas W. Pagliaro,
22, of 1965 Dawn Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 18 with drug traffick-
ing, possession of drug
paraphernalia and two
counts of possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a prescription.
Douglas Pierce, 52, of
2592 Leewood Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
18 with aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon and
assault on a law enforce-
ment officer, firefighter or
EMT.
James Frank Ramsey,
28, of 456 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 18 with pos-
session of a controlled
substance without a pre-
scription, larceny and vio-
lation of probation.
Jessie Coatney, 33, of
1440 Parkway Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.


19 with possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a prescription.
Mateo Lopez, 24, of
4550 N. Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 19 with grand theft
auto, not having a driver's
license, driving with an
expired motor vehicle
registration and two
counts of driving under
the influence.
William D. Lessard, 54,
address unknown, was
charged Oct. 21 with bur-
glary, larceny and resist-
ing an officer without vio-
lence.
Timothy Joseph Mur-
phy, 42, of 3353 Jay Tee
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 21 as a
habitual traffic offender-
driving with a suspended
license and with
fleeing/eluding police.
DougV. Hamant, 35, of
726 Corrine Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
22 with aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon.
Michael Lewis Hartley,
33, address unknown, was
charged Oct. 22 with not
having a driver's license,
fleeing/eluding police
and two counts of burgla-
ry.
Leah Brittany Liakos,
20, of 760 Carolin St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
22 with trafficking a con-
trolled substance, posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia and two counts of
possession of a controlled
substance without a pre-
scription.


Palm Bay
Police Department

Jennifer Nicole Davis,
28, of 2028 Stewart Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 17 with two counts
each of battery on a law
enforcement office, fire-
fighter or EMT, resisting an
officer with violence and
hit and run-leaving the


scene of a crash involving
damage.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Jason Douglas Austin,
23, of 2621 Bradfort Drive,
West Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 16 with bur-
glary and felony theft.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Samuel Eugene Glas-
co, 40, of 3411 Saxon St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 16 as a habitual traffic
offender-driving with a
suspended license and
with grand theft, burglary,
selling cocaine, possession
of cocaine, attempting to
solicit or conspire, driving
with a suspended license
and two felony counts of
violation of probation.
Thomas Jackson, 46,
of 3410 Saxon St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
16 with battery on a law
enforcement officer, fire-
fighter or EMT and felony
failure to appear.
Garrett Walter Schull,
26, of 3799 Riverside Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 16 with grand theft
and felony violation of
probation.
Michael Joseph Good-
man, 24, of 2300 Wood-
wind Trail, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 17 with bur-
glary, fraud and felony lar-
ceny.
Ryan L. Harper, 19, of
2300 Woodwind Trail, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
18 with burglary, fraud and
felony larceny.
Jennifer Joyce Hurse,
36, of 823 University Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 18 with selling
cocaine and possession of
cocaine.
Darrius Antonio John-
son, 26, of 617 Ryoland St.,
Melbourne, was charged


Oct. 18 with felony failure
to appear, felony violation
of probation, aggravated
battery, felony battery and
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell, manu-
facture or deliver.
Danielle A. Linton, 19,
street address unknown,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 18 with possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a prescription and pos-
session of not more than 20
grams of marijuana.
Cody Ryan Marshall, 22,
of 780 Carolin St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
18 with fleeing/eluding
police, operating a motor-
cycle without a license and
attaching an unassigned
license plate.
Justin TroyWilson, 30, of
7383 Rodes Place, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct.
18 with producing marijua-
na.
Thomas Joseph Wuchte,
21, of 3880 Beech Grove
Road, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 18 with grand
theft, fraud and dealing in
stolen property.
Daniel R. Davis, 38,
address unknown, was
charged Oct. 19 with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescrip-
tion.
Jessica Ann Gutierrez,
19, address unknown, was
charged Oct. 19 with two
felony counts of violation of
probation.
Tiffany Rochelle Burch,
33, address unknown, was
charged Oct. 20 with traf-
ficking cocaine, possession
of cocaine and possession


of cocaine with intent to
sell, manufacture or deliver.
Megan Kendall Ranieri,
21, of 485 Ironwood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged Oct.
20 with felony larceny.
Thomas Evans, 49, of 175
Valencia Road, West Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 21
with possession of a con-
trolled substance without a
prescription.
Taj Mahal Owens, 29,
address unknown, was
charged Oct. 21 with
attempting to solicit/con-
spire and shooting or throw-
ing a deadly missile.
Charles Owen Conner,
25, of 770 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne, was charged Oct.
22 with selling cocaine, pos-
session of cocaine and pos-
session of cocaine with
intent to sell, manufacture or
deliver.
Charles Stacey Long, 40,
of 55 Katherine Drive, West
Melbourne, was charged Oct.
22 with possession of drug
with intent to sell, manufac-
ture or deliver.
James Michael Patterson,
18, address unknown, was
charged Oct. 22 with larceny,
on an out-of-county warrant
and with three counts of bur-
glary.
Elquan Prince, 22,
address unknown, was
charged Oct. 22 with felony
battery.
Anthony M. Regazzi, 19,
address unknown, was
charged Oct. 22 with two
counts of burglary.
Marilyn Solisa, 19, of 3005
Fountainhead Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 22
with grand theft auto.


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The plaintiff attorneys
have claimed the travel
companies purchase
blocks of rooms, mark
them up in price and
then sell them to users,
but this is categorically
false, Mr. Weinstein said.
"The OTCs do not pur-
chase, resell or manage
inventory of hotel
rooms," he said. "They
list the rooms available
in a particular area to
their users, then allow
users to search for a
room that best meets
their needs."
When a user books a
room through a travel
site, the hotel gets pay-
ment for the room and all
of the related taxes,
which, in turn, conveys
to Brevard County under
the law, Mr. Weinstein
said.
"Online travel compa-
nies do not own or oper-
ate hotels, so it makes no
sense to try to impose
hotel taxes on them," he
said. 'All of the taxes
owed on room rentals are
paid by the hotels to Bre-
vard County. We expect
the court will agree with
other rulings around the
country that this claim is
totally without merit."
After a room is pur-
chased, the online travel
sites receive compensa-
tion from customers for
the services provided,
including 24/7-customer
service, hotel reviews
and discount travel pack-
ages, Mr. Weinstein said.
Those online services are
similar to those provided
by traditional travel
agents and tour opera-
tors, and are not subject
to hotel taxes.
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palities under state and
local occupancy statues
have been and contin-
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Response to 'A thought on the homeless'

I am writing in response to the homeless article. I
agree that drug and alcohol abuse are equal opportunity
diseases, affecting those living in a penthouse as well as
those under the bridge. What to do with the homeless
affected with addiction has always been a difficult solu-
tion.
Have you ever been to the Daily Bread? It's amazing to
watch the BMWs parked up the street with drug dealers
just waiting. They don't care if these people are dying as
long as they get their money. They even come into
homeless programs dressed like the homeless to sell
their products.
There used to be a half way house called Broken Glass
operated with the help of the state. They hired a house
leader and there are rules that must be followed that are
designed to help people re-enter society. Jobs are given
around the house, you are required to find a job, you
must stay sober and be working a program and they had
a curfew. I know people who were there more than 20
years ago and are still sober and very active in recovery.
I think this is much safer and, face it, if they can't keep
drug dealers out of Daily Bread, a tent city would be giv-
ing the drug dealers a gift. The police, the homeless
addicts and alcoholics are going to suffer.
I live on the beach and we had a local homeless
drunk. Every time the cops were called, they simply
drove him over the causeway so they wouldn't have to do
the paper work. He drank himself to death and was
found behind a local drugstore. No one wants this prob-
lem in their backyard, but just remember, those drug
dealers will sell their products to your children and
grandchildren. It's worth a little attention don't you
think?

What's the difference?

Two headlines recently caught my attention. The first
said "Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize" and the second
said "Manatee poop closes park."
They have a lot in common.
Considering Obama took office in January and the
submittal for the Nobel Prize was February I had to won-
der just what did Obama do to win. And the answer is
nothing other than give a few speeches that impressed
the left-leaning Nobel committee. He certainly has not
brought peace to anything. If anything, he has created
more animosity and driven another coffin nail into the
Nobel awards committee.
The last president to win this award was Jimmy Carter,
who secured peace between Israel and Palestine that
lasted about 10, maybe 15 minutes.
Obama's selection had more to do with who had previ-
ously won, Like Yassir Arafat and snubbing George W.
Bush, than it had to do with accomplishment. You see,
Obama has literally accomplished nothing but he does
give a good speech.
Which brings us back to manatee poop ...

Tacky coverage

We all have heard short rant and raves are better ... so
I'll be short. The Perrone article should have never been
placed by an article about pantry available for residents
in need on second page or on front page with so many
people are out there struggling to survive and the rich
ones on an 11th floor condo need space to move to a $2
million house to accommodate grandchildren and their
needs. We would all love to give our grandchildren the
same. That was in bad taste. Rich get richer ... give me a
break and free advertising for Perrone Realty. Not in
agreeance with this front cover. Brevard County is well
known to many. So surprised.

Editor's note: That's the wonderful thing about this
country no matter how hard someone works to earn an
income, he or she is free to spend it on whatever they
wish. Like the poor, the rich will always be with us.
Hometown News strives to cover all segments of Brevard
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Daylight-saving time's end: check a few things


Tell, it's that time of
the year again. It's
the end of daylight-
saving time. This year it
began on Sunday, March 8,
at 2 a.m. and ends on
Sunday, Nov. 1, at 2 a.m.
We adjust the clocks
ahead one hour in March
and move them back one
hour in November according
to the instructions "spring
forward, fall back."
But it's not all about
getting an extra hour of sleep
in the morning, there's more
to it than that.
Some time ago, the U.S.
Consumer Product Safety
Commission decided that
the day everyone changes
their clocks forward (or
backwards) would also be a
great time for everyone to
check the batteries in their
smoke detectors.
Apparently, there were a
lot of deaths that could have
been avoided had the smoke
detectors been working, so
they started using the clock
change days as a reminder
to everyone to check the
batteries. And it turns out
that the plan apparently
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the statistics are, but I'm sure
a patient Google search will
tell you just how effective the
whole thing is. But what it
won't tell you is what all that
has to do with computers.


ftt


Leave that to me!
As a computer fixer, I see
all types of preventable
issues in my day-to-day
travels. Many issues (such as
checking the batteries in the
smoke detector) could have
been avoided had the
computer owner just
checked the system a couple
times a year and performed
a few basic maintenance
steps.
With that thought in
mind, I thought it would be a
good idea to follow the
CPSC's lead and advise
everyone to use the clock
changing ritual that we go
through twice a year as a
reminder to not only check
the batteries in your smoke
detectors. Go over your
computer and perform
some basic checks and
maintenance. Lots of issues
can be avoided if people
would do a few simple
things just twice a year.
I'm sure at this point you
are probably thinking that
maybe that is a good idea
but what should we check? I
mean the smoke detector


thing is easy. Just swap the
battery with a new one and
you're done, but aren't
computers a little more
complicated than that?
Well, yes. But don't let the
fact that your average PC has
quite a few more things to
check cause you to procras-
tinate. I'll go over a few of the
basics that really should be
looked at and you'll see just
how easy and painless it can
be.
First and foremost, you
need to have a backup
system in place. You really
should be backing up on a
daily basis, but if you just
can't bring yourself to do
that, then at least do it twice
a year when we change the
clocks. When your hard drive
dies, recovering something
is better than nothing.
Next, check for dust. I'm
not talking about dusting the
keyboard and monitor I'm
talking about the air-intake
grills that are all over your
machine. These things need
to breathe and over time
these intakes get clogged
with a blanket of dust that
can quite literally choke the
life out of your system.
Check all the intake grills
and remove any layers of
dust that you find.
Check your power strip
and battery backup and
remove any old power cords


that are no longer in use.
Often, old devices that are
no longer in use, have power
transformers that still use
power even if the device
itself isn't plugged in.
Power up your computer
and check the start up
routine. If you have a whole
row of icons that show up
next to the clock and the
system takes forever to boot
up, then run MSCONFIG
and uncheck everything in
startup except your
antivirus.
Which brings us to the
antivirus. Make sure it's up
to date! If your antivirus has
been flashing at you that its
subscription has run out and
you have been ignoring that
for the last six months, now's
the time to deal with it. Go to
http://free.avg.com and
install AVG. It's free, does the
job and keeps itself updated.
Get in the habit of check-
ing these things and you
may just avoid an expensive
service call some time in the
future.
Having trouble with
something? Give me a call
and I'll be glad to help.

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computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThisOnline.c
om (no hyphens).


Letters


More on conservatives vs. liberals

To the Editor:
If liberals don't want to have their end-of-life extended by
machines, they have to get around the laws conservatives
pass to try to make sure they do.
If a liberal doesn't want to listen to an adult-themed radio
announcer, they switch to another station. If a conservative
doesn't want to listen, they petition the FCC to censor it so that
no one can listen.
Liberals know that the Constitution guarantees equal pro-
tection under the law, and that includes homosexuals.
Conservatives want to amend the Constitution so that
homosexuals can't have equal rights, because they don't like
how homosexuals conduct their private lives.
Liberals think everyone has the right to practice any religion
they choose, and they want the government to stay out of it.
Conservatives want Christian beliefs in public schools and
in laws, because they feel their beliefs are the right ones.
Liberals think our rich, advanced country should be able to
devise a system of health care all citizens can access. Conserv-
atives don't.
Liberals have confidence in America's power to face threats,
and don't just see other nations as enemies.
The Conservative response to a threat is force.
Liberals like to research facts and data and listen to experts
debate.
Conservatives march in lock-step based on information
from their preferred radio or TV show host. That's good
enough for them.

Kathy Freeman
Melbourne

We are losing our country

Never in the history of our country did the president of the
United States have the time to stick his nose into every politi-
cal race in the country. Not enough to do, maybe. Influencing
TV-sit-coms with health care messages, trying to influence
Governors' races, trying to stop Joe Arpaio from enforcing ille-


gal alien laws in Arizona, going after the chambers of com-
merce and probably the Shriners next. Having his lap dogs,
Anita Dunn, Rahm Emanuel and David Axelrod trying to
bring down Fox News. Pushing Craig Becker as Labor Czar
with his ACORN backed agenda and all his other baggage.
What are you people thinking? Don't any of you get what is
happening here?
We are losing our country piece by piece. Not a Christian
nation, he tells the world. "In GodWe Trust" is what this nation
was founded on and is on everything that defines who we are.
Our founding fathers must be turning over in their graves that
we are letting a tiny minority take away the rights of our Chris-
tian majority and that is because we allow the ACLU to go on
destroying this country. When you have 87 percent who
believe in God, then how is that tiny minority controlling the
rest of us? Banning nativity scenes and our other Christmas
scenes and the liberal courts coddling them.
If I hear one more Democrat make the remark that they
inherited this mess after they controlled the Congress the last
two years of the Bush Administration and caused 99 percent
of this mess that they have added to and raised the deficit and
have over 10 percent unemployment, I will scream. Nothing
they have done worked and only made it much worse. In 2010
if you all don't vote this miserable congress all out and get rid
of Nancy Pelosi and Gringy Harry, then you deserve what you
get.

Barbra Bronsberg
Suntree

Is anybody out there?

Have you ever written to your Congressional representa-
tives? Occasionally I have. What I always get back is a very
clear message that bears no resemblance to the subject of my
inquiry or comment. Hello? Is anybody home out there? They
always thank me for my support, vote; and, offer assurances
that they are working very hard (on vacation, at the golf
course, or over lunch) in their constituents' behalfs.

JohnBarnett
Melbourne


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could build a new facility
spanning both lots, contain-
ing the soup kitchen, a multi-
purpose area, showers,
administrative offices and a
mail facility, among other
things.
The council denied that
request.
Roughly a year later, Daily
Bread officials returned with
a plan to expand and rehabil-
itate the soup kitchen build-
ing on the site zoned C2 and
to construct a new adminis-
tration building containing
the above-mentioned
resources, minus the soup
kitchen, on the lot zoned C1.
Ms. Dittmer rejected that
plan, saying that the reason
Daily Bread could not build a
new building was because it
was simply going to be an
accessory use to the soup
kitchen, or, in essence, an
expansion of the facility,
which had been rejected.
Essentially, what Ms.
Dittmer was saying was that


the administrative building
would not exist without the
soup kitchen, and therefore,
it is an accessory to the soup
kitchen.
Daily Bread continues to
argue that the two lots are
separate, with two separate
zoning designations.
However, Paul Gougelman,
Melbourne city attorney,
when arguing the city's posi-
tion to the Board of Adjust-
ment, referred to a legal con-
cept, adopted in other states,
called the doctrine of merger,
which states that as far as the
definition of a lot for zoning
purposes, the lot expands to
whatever the building site is -
in this case, C2, which is the
only zoning designation that
allows for soup kitchens.
Therefore, Ms. Dittmer's
decision was made based on
her interpretation that the
new administration building
would act as an accessory to,
or expansion of, the soup
kitchen. In this case, the lot
would expand as a C2, not a
Cl.
The Zoning Board of
Adjustment sided with Daily
Bread, voting 4-3 to overturn


Ms. Dittmer's decision. How-
ever, in order to overrule the
decision, the city requires a
supermajority vote, which
would have been 5-2.
On June 19, the soup
kitchen filed a civil suit
against the city with the Bre-
vard County Clerk of Courts,
asking a judge to review the
matter.
A three-judge panel of the
Circuit Court of the 18th Judi-
cial Circuit, with Judge David
Dugan presiding, heard argu-
ments from the opposing
parties Oct. 21. Judges Char-
lie Crawford and John Harris
also sat on the bench.
The court allowed each
side only 10 minutes to pres-
ent their arguments.
"We believe the city
applied the incorrect law in
determining the definition of
a lot," said Kim Rezenka,
attorney for Daily Bread.
Assistant city attorney for
Melbourne, Allison Dawley,
argued the city's position that
the administration building
would not exist without the
soup kitchen.
"When you have people
going back and forth


between these two buildings,
they're waiting for services,"
she said. "They're creating a
campus-like environment."
Judge Harris said it appears
the city's code is a bit confus-
ing.
"If I look at the city of Mel-
bourne's code for the defini-
tion of a lot, it's hard to deter-
mine because there are five
or six definitions," he said.
"We can only review the
whole package," Ms. Dawley
replied, adding that Daily
Bread was asking the court to
make a decision that would
negatively impact residential
neighbors' property rights
and values.
Ms. Rezenka rebutted by
saying the site plan indicates
two separate properties.
"The site plan shows two
buildings with their own
parking a fence between
them," she said.
At the end of the 20-minute
session, the panel adjourned.
They will render a decision
within the next 30-60 days.
John Farrell, executive
director of Daily Bread, said
he feels the organization pre-
sented a strong case.


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Mackenzie Medeiros
showed no fear, as she
remained focused and
aware, keeping her eyes on
her attacker.
Before he could raise a
hand to her, she instantly
took control of the situation,
incapacitating her attacker
and bringing him to the
ground with a simple finger-
lock technique and a strike
to the eyes.


"When we first demon-
strate these techniques,
some women will look at us
square in the eye and say, 'I
can't do that.' Once they try
it for themselves, they're
amazed by how simple these
basic techniques really are,"
said Mark Bousquet, who
conceptualized the Tactical
Application Pressure Point
System, or TAPPS program.
With a long history in law
enforcement and martial
arts, Mr. Bousquet has been
teaching a variation of these


"If you've waited for your attacker to hurt you;
you've waited too long. Instead of responding
to what he's doing; make him respond to what
you're doing."


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Rather than teaching
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"If you've waited for your
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waited too long," Mr. Bous-
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responding to what he's
doing; make him respond to
what you're doing."
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Mackenzie Medeiros, 23, practices a pressure point tech-
nique with instructors Mark Bousquet and Keith Cowart, in
protective gear, during a Tactical Application Pressure
Point System (TAPPS) Seminar.


cusses a variety of danger-
ous scenarios, including
assault, robbery, rape and
domestic violence.
Next, instructors lead a
three-stage application that
features striking techniques,
pressure point stuns and
joint manipulation, as well
as ground fighting tech-
niques.
Participants have the
opportunity to practice both
with instructors and "mock
assaulters" dressed in
padded gear, who will emu-
late real-world scenarios.
"We teach very basic tar-
get points," Mr. Bousquet
said. "If you go to the eyes,
your attacker can't see you;
go for the ears, and it will
affect his equilibrium; go for
the throat, and you'll take
his breath. If he can't
breathe, he can't fight."
Throughout the program,
instructors are sure to relay
that these techniques are
not meant for everyday situ-
ations and should only be
executed if a participant
feels that his or her life is
being truly threatened.
Not only is the TAPPS pro-
gram targeted at women,
the same awareness princi-
ples are taught in other
capacities, such as a
"Stranger Danger" program
for children and a separate
program for seniors.
"I think the oldest student
we had was 92," Mr. Bous-
quet said. "We can accom-
modate groups as small as
10 to as large as 60."
The various TAPPS cours-
es are not taught on a regu-
lar basis, but rather, through
a four-hour seminar setting
at the request of schools,
seniors centers, fitness cen-
ters and other organiza-
tions.
Interested parties or indi-
viduals are asked to contact
instructors via the Web site,
www.tapps-training.com, to
request a seminar or partici-
pate in an upcoming course.
Other TAPPS programs
include a mother-daughter
seminar and one for pre-
college students, Mr. Bous-
quet said.
"It's very individualized in


Violence
From page A4
or giving them a ride home
from the hospital if they
have no family or friends
available to help.
The VAs do not seek out
victims of domestic vio-
lence, but will help anyone
who calls their office, even if
they live in another area.
"We just want women to
know that we're here, at the
least, for information," Ms.
Martin said. "We don't want
anybody to stay because of
money or because they're
afraid to leave their animals.
There are resources out
there."
Unfortunately, the need
for assistance is growing,
Ms. Keeth said, as this year,
organizations such as
Serene Harbor have seen a
37 percent increase in the
number of victims seeking
emergency shelter services
across Florida. Serene Har-
bor itself provided more
than 600 nights of shelter
last month, triple the aver-
age provided each month
last year.


that we cater to the needs of
each group," he said.
Another huge component
of TAPPS is the idea of con-
flict avoidance and aware-
ness used to prevent a situa-
tion from escalating in the
first place.
In regard to domestic vio-
lence, the individual learns
techniques to deal with a
family member by verbally
de-escalating the aggressor,
said Dr. Kirk Heimlich, a
practicing psychologist, who
helped develop the TAPPS
program.
"The intent is to assist the
aggressive person in regain-
ing control of their self,
while, at the same time,
allowing the victim to main-
tain a sense of control," he
said.
The DOVE technique,
Diversion of Violent
Episodes, is the brainchild of
Dr. Heimlich, who owns New
Hope Counseling Center in
Satellite Beach and teaches
both DOVE and TAPPS with-
in the community.
While several of its basic
principles are implemented
into the TAPPS seminars, Dr.
Heimlich has led the DOVE
program independently at
nursing homes, schools,
hospitals, and in other
places where violent situa-
tions often occur.
"It's important to feel safe
in one's world, job or envi-
ronment," Dr. Heimlich said.
Currently, there are several
instructors, who possess a
variety of law enforcement,
martial arts and U.S. military
skills, who teach the TAPPS
program throughout Bre-
vard County and beyond.
These instructors also
train others to lead the pro-
gram when necessary.
"Everyone deserves the
freedom to go and do what
they want without being
afraid of being attacked," Dr.
Heimlich said. "We teach
awareness and safety so
individuals can be safe in
our society."
For information about the
TAPPS or DOVE programs,
visit www.tapps-
training.com.


Leaving an abuser is the
most dangerous time for a
victim of domestic violence,
Ms. Keeth added. In fact, 65
percent of all murder victims
of domestic violence were
killed after they left their
abusers. But the solution to
the epidemic of domestic
violence, which spans all
cultures and socio-econom-
ic circumstances, is emer-
gency services, education,
intervention, primary pre-
vention and batterer
accountability.
"I'd like to tell the commu-
nity to continue to be sup-
portive of those who are vic-
tims of domestic violence,"
Ms. Keeth said. "Instead of
saying, 'Why does she stay'
or I wonder what she did to
deserve it,' say, 'I'm glad
they're getting help.'"
For more information
about Serene Harbor Domes-
tic Violence Shelter, call their
24-hour hotline at (321) 726-
8282 or visit their Web site at
www.sereneharbor.org. For
assistance through the Bre-
vard County Sheriffs Office,
call Glenda Martin at the
Victim Services Office at
(321) 633-8414.


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Friday, October 30, 2009


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Business news


Meetings
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FRIDAY, OCT. 30
SCORE small business
counseling: 11 a.m. Mel-
bourne Regional Chamber
of East Central Florida, 1005
E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 724-5400.

MONDAY, NOV. 2

Chamber 2040 Advisory
Board: meeting. 5 p.m.
Regional Chamber of East
Central Florida, 1005 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 724-5400.
Soaring Success: meet-
ing. 6 p.m. Orions Restau-
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Vaccines
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H 1N1 is like the influenza
viruses that cause seasonal
flu, but because of its genet-
ic structure, the current sea-
sonal flu shot will not give a
person immunity to this
strain. Residents are urged
to get the H1NI shot as well
as the seasonal flu shot, Dr.
Heshmati said.
"We don't have any sea-
sonal flu activity right now,
but everyone should be pre-
pared because we don't
know what could happen in
the next few months," he
said. "The only way we can
stop this outbreak, besides
good hygiene, is to vacci-
nate the majority of the
people. When we reach
some point of immunity in
the community, the out-
break will stop. If we let it
circulate from person to
person, it could mutate."
Dr. Heshmati added that
the swine flu vaccine is per-
fectly safe, and that parents
should have their children
vaccinated immediately.
"If people have gotten the
flu shot in the past, they
should get (the H1N1) vac-
cine," he said. "The safety
profile is exactly the same
(as the profile for the sea-
sonal flu vaccine). The ben-
efit of the vaccination out-
weighs the risks."
The vaccine is available in
two forms a shot and a
nasal spray. Potential side
effects from the shot
include soreness, redness or
swelling where the shot was
given, a low-grade fever and
aches. Side effects from the
nasal spray include a runny
nose, headache, and a sore
throat and in children
wheezing, fever and muscle
aches.
There have been 96 labo-
ratory-confirmed cases of
swine flu in Brevard County


TUESDAY, NOV. 3

'Get Back on Track:
Develop Your Financial
Recovery Plan': free 20-
minute educational seminar
hosted by Ayad B. Saad, an
Edward Jones financial advi-
sor in Suntree/Viera. 11:30
a.m. at Suntree Country
Club, One Country Club
Drive, Melbourne. Lunch
will be served. During the
seminar, participants will
learn to evaluate current sit-
uation and long-term goals,
savings and spending needs,
comfort level with risk fol-
lowing a period of market
volatility and how to use tax-
advantaged investments for
personal benefit. Space is
limited. Call Lucille Stanch-
field at (321) 255-2552 to
reserve.
'Tuesday Twosday':
monthly evening network-
ing event. 5 p.m. Sandpoint
Senior Living Center, 1800
Harrison St., Titusville. (321)
267-3036.


and three swine flu-related
deaths.
Brevard County Health
Department will host sever-
al H IN vaccine clinics, and
will even open its doors to
the public on Saturdays in
locations throughout
Titusville, Melbourne, Satel-
lite Beach, Palm Bay and
Brevard Community Col-
lege campuses as more
doses become available. In
addition, the department
will mail an informational
handout to every household
in Brevard in an effort to
distribute accurate infor-
mation regarding the vac-
cine.
For more information,
visit the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention Web
site at www.flu.gov; the
Florida Department of
Health's Web site at
www.myflusafety.com or
call (877) 352-3581; or the
Brevard County Health
Department's Web site at
www.brevardchd.com.


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Executive Committee:
meeting. 7:30 a.m. Regional
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meeting. Noon. Cocoa
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'Wednesday Friends-
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event. 7:30 p.m. Orions
Restaurant, 260 E. Merritt
Island Causeway, Merritt
Island. Cost is $10 for mem-
bers and $20 for non-mem-
bers. (321) 459-2200.

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'Business Breakfast of
Champions': Health Care
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discussion with Jerry Senne.
Sponsored by Health First. 7
a.m. Hilton Melbourne Rial-
to, 200 Rialto Place, Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 724-5400,
Ext. 231 to reserve.
Brevard Business
Builders: meeting. 8:30 a.m.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe, 602


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(321) 459-2200.
'Hoe to make the most
out of your ribbon cutting':
seminar. Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Cocoa Beach Area Chamber
of Commerce, 400 Forten-
berry Road, Merritt Island.
(321) 459-2200.


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membership luncheon. 11
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 19 at Dixie Crossroads,
1475 Garden St., Titusville.
The organization represents
the retirement interests of
current and future federal
government retirees and
their survivors. Meet other
federal employees and
retirees and enjoy lunch
together. Call (321) 267-7636
to reserve.

Announcements

Local business
owner honored

Kinderdance Internation-
al is recognizing Devin
McHugh as franchisee of the
month for September 2009.
Ms. McHugh was origi-
nally hired by Kinderdance
in 1985 as a teacher. In


August of 1986 she made the
decision to purchase the
franchise for Brevard Coun-
ty. Since starting her fran-
chise she has earned all of
the franchise performance
awards, attended every one
of the annual conferences,
has been previously named
"Franchisee of the Month"
and "Franchisee of the
Year,"and helped with train-
ing, mentoring and advising
new franchisees.
Her loyalty, dedication
and continued adherence to
the Kinderdance teaching
guidelines has earned her
the recognition as the Sep-
tember franchisee of the
month.
With 102 franchisees in 32
states and five countries,
Kinderdance places empha-
sis on building self-confi-
dence and self-esteem in
young children through
learning to share, lead,
interact and respond to oth-
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Holiday Builders
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Holiday Builders recently
appointed Bruce Assam as
their new president and
chief executive officer. Mr.
Assam will also serve on
Holiday Builders' board of
trustees.
Prior to joining Holiday
Builders as chief operating
officer in October of 2006,
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operations manager for
Shelter Mortgage, where he
led the opening of Florida's
southwest branch. He also
served as vice president of
finance for the Consumer
Lending Division of Banco
Popular North America.
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Popular, he managed $1.2
billion of the North Ameri-
can division's assets.
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Big Builder magazine's APEX
Award, which recognizes
exceptional leadership,
vision, innovation and
social responsibility.
For information, visit
www.holidaybuilders.com
or call 1-800-719-4208.

Caring Transitions
aids seniors facing
life changes

Satellite Beach resident
Joe Murphy recently started
a franchise of Caring Transi-


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tions, a business which pro-
vides care for senior moving,
downsizing and estate liqui-
dation in Titusville, Mel-
bourne, Daytona Beach and
Orlando areas.
Caring Transitions works
with people who find it nec-
essary to leave a familiar
home and part with person-
al belongings. It is often the
result of life events such as
downsizing, disability,
divorce, or the death of a
loved one that necessitate
transitions.
For information, call (321)
610-8952 or visit www.car-
ingtransitions.net/space-
coastsl.

Elmo's Salon
at new location

Elmo's Barber and Beauty
Salon has opened at a new
location at 1363 Cypress
Ave., Melbourne.
Elmo's Barber and Beauty
Salon offers full range of hair
services including house
calls to homebound clients
and Health First patients.
Elmo's Salon also works with
the American Cancer Soci-
ety "Locks of Love and
"Look Good-Feel Better"
program.
Cathy Bucklin, owner of
Elmo's Barber and Beauty
Salon has been in business
for 10 years and has more
than 25 years of experience
in cosmetology. Ms. Bucklin
is contracted with Health
First Hospital and Sea Pines
Rehabilitation Facility.
Elmo's Barber and Beauty
Salon was voted as "Busi-
ness of the Year" in 2007
with the Brevard County
Status of Women. Ms. Buck-
lin was also nominated "Cit-
izen of the Year" in 2007 with
the "Florida Today."
For information, visit
www.elmosbeautyspa.com.

Financial advisor
named

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Saad of Edward Jones in
Suntree/Viera was recently
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service efforts over the past
year. Mr. Saad was one of
only 907 of the firm's more
than 12,000 financial advi-
sors to receive the award.
Edward Jones provides
financial services to individ-
ual investors to the United
States, and through its affili-
ates, in Canada and the
United Kingdom. It was
ranked No. 2 in Fortune
magazine's "100 Best Com-
panies to Work For 2009."
For information, call (321)
255-2552 or visit
www.edwardjones.com.

Wuesthoff Home
Medical Equipment
receives recognition

Wuesthoff Home Medical
Equipment has been offi-
cially recognized as an
accredited agency by the
Community Health Accredi-
tation Program which
extends through April 2012.
The recently enacted
Medicare Improvements for
Patients and Providers Act
requires that all providers of
durable medical equipment,
prosthetics, orthotic and
supplies to become accred-
ited by Sept. 30 in order to
continue to supply and bill
for Medicare beneficiaries.
With locations in Rock-
ledge and Melbourne,
Wuesthoff Home Medical
Equipment offers a com-
plete selection of home
medical equipment, sup-
plies and services, including
oxygen supplies, hospital
beds, wheelchairs, crutches,
CPAP/Bipap, incontinence
and ostomy products.

For information, call (321)
632-4663.

New CPA firm open

Eric Burton C.P.A., has
announced the opening of
Burton & Company, PA.,
certified public account-
ants located in Suntree
Boulevard Professional
Park, 7145 Turner Road,
Suite No. 101, Rockledge.
Burton & Company, PA.
is a full-service C.P.A. firm,
offering tax, accounting
and consulting services for
large and small businesses,
individuals, estate matters,
and trusts.
Mr. Burton was a 1994
graduate of the University
of Central Florida and
earned his C.P.A. creden-
tials in 1996. He has 14
years of public and private
accounting experience and
most recently with was a
former international tax
consultant for Bombardier
and a tax manager for RSM
McGladrey in Viera.
For information, call
(321) 610-7426.

Allstate agents
named, nonprofits
given grants

The Allstate Foundation
is proud to recognize Bre-
vard County Agents Steve


Bennard, Skip Cox, Jen-
nifer DiCandio, Patty Dri-
ver, Jill Mimbs, Patrick
Richmond, Deborah Rufo
and Sandi Scott for their
commitment to helping
others in the community.
Each agent recently
received The Agency
Hands in the Community
award for outstanding vol-
unteer service. With this
award comes a $500 grant
from the Allstate Founda-
tion for the following non-
profits:

Keep Brevard Beautiful
on behalf of Agent Steve
Bennard
Harmony Farms, Inc.
on behalf of Agent Skip
Cox
Brevard Schools Foun-
dation on behalf of Agent
Jennifer DiCandio
The Stephen Bufton
Memorial Education Fund
on behalf of agent Patty
Driver
Take Stock in Children
on behalf of Agent Jill
Mimbs
Coastal Conservation
Association of Florida on
behalf of Agent Patrick
Richmond
Health First Founda-
tion on behalf of Agent
Deborah Rufo
Titusville Police Athlet-
ic League on behalf of
agent Sandi Scott

For information, visit
www.clicktoempower.org.

CPA firm named

Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber, Better Business
Development Council pre-
sented Hoyman Dobson,
CPA with the Business of
the Year Award in the "Ser-
vice Industry- Large Com-
panies" category.
There were eight cate-
gories for this year's award.
The selection criteria were
based on the company's
eligibility, business inno-
vation, community
involvement, including the
company's investment in
the development of Bre-
vard's workforce, financial
stability, and growth and
development.
About Hoyman Dobson:
Founded in 1964 Hoyman
Dobson is a member of
CPAmerica, one of the
world's largest networks of
independent CPA and con-
sulting firms. The firm is
the creator of a ground-
breaking service process
called the "Goals to Reality
Experience." Hoyman
Dobson is best known for
providing expert financial
services to government
contractors and construc-
tion companies. Another
area of expertise includes
employees 401(k) plans
administration services,
which are provided by its
affiliated firm, CPA Wealth
Management Services
(www.cpawms.com).

For information, visit
www.hoyman.com or call
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FRIDAY, OCT. 30

Haunted River House:
Historic Porcher House in
Cocoa Village. Oct. 30-31.
(321) 639-3500.
Meg 0' Ween: Meg 0'
Malleys in downtown Mel-
bourne. Oct. 30. (321) 952-
5510.
Monster Mash Costume
Party: Xeriscape Park in
Cape Canaveral. 6:30-8
p.m. Oct. 30. www.cityof-
capecanaveral.org.
Halloween Family Fun
Night: The Eau Gallie Civic
Center, 7-10 p.m. Oct. 30.
(321) 255-4608.
'Midnight on Main
Street Masquerade Ball': 8
p.m. to midnight Friday,
Oct. 30 at La Cita County
Club, 777 Country Club
Drive, Titusville. The ball is
to benefit Jess Parrish Med-
ical Foundation's 26th year
of operation as the philan-
thropic arm of Parrish Med-
ical Center. Event will
include entertainers, live
music, vintage photos, and
a live auction with trips to
the Isle of Capri, golf in Ire-
land, Paris with a "Phan-
tom" experience, tropical
Costa Rica, San Francisco
wine country and Jackson
Hole, Wyo. The grand finale
includes a reverse raffle
offering a chance for some-
one to win $10,000. The raf-
fle benefits The Children's
Center Futures Fund for
The Children's Center in
south Titusville. Tickets are
$75. Attire of masks with
black tie or formal costume
requested. Venetian masks
created by the Titusville Art
League will be for sale at
the event. Call (321) 269-
4066 or visit parrishmed-
foundation.com.

SATURDAY, OCT. 31

Holiday bazaar: 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Gifts galore for
Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas. Proceeds benefit
need-based missions.
Georgiana United
Methodist Church, 3925 S.
Tropical Trail, Merritt
Island. (321) 452-7523.
Halloween festivities: 1-
3 p.m. at Ron Jon Surf Shop,
4151 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Costume contest,
face painting, balloon cre-
ations and free candy for
trick-or-treaters. Open to
all children 12 and under.
No costume is necessary to
participate in the events.
(321) 799-8880.
Fall festival, craft and
bake sale: 1-4 p.m. Cos-
tume parade for ages 2-12
at 1:15 p.m. followed with a
trick-o-treat scavenger
hunt at 1:30 p.m. Haunted
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Cuban artist to show work in Melbourne


Painter Juan
Carlos Munoz to
travel from
Cuba for show

By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com

So you're interested in
Cuban art, but there's just
one problem: Americans
are not allowed to travel to
Cuba, and vice versa.
Don't worry. Marjorie
Pravden, owner of down-
town Melbourne-based
Cuba! Gallery of Fine Art,
will bring the artists to you
- or at least one of them.
Ms. Pravden will host
Cuban painter Juan Carlos
Munoz and his exhibit,
titled "Cabezas Calientes,"
or, in English, "Hot Heads,"
on back-to-back opening
nights from 6-9 p.m. Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 6-7.
All of the art in Ms. Prav-
den's gallery is from inside
Cuba and was created by
artists who live and work
there. She obtains these
pieces by traveling to Cuba
herself with a special
license obtained through
the U.S. Treasury Depart-
ment in which she is
allowed to travel to Cuba
from Miami with diplo-
mats and their families.
Ms. Pravden is permitted
to do this to gather what
the department classifies
as "informational materi-
als," including art. She has
been to Cuba on art-find-
ing missions more than 20
times.


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Gallery proprietor Marjorie Pravden studies a painting
by artist Juan Carlos Munoz.


"I go whenever I get
depleted in inventory," Ms.
Pravden said. "I can't take
anybody with me unless
they're a full-time employ-
ee, and the Treasury
Department requires that I
work an eight-hour day
and log where I go and
who I talk to. It's a very
strict policy."
Ms. Pravden met Mr.
Munoz during one such
mission through her facili-
tator/interpreter.
"I discovered his art in a
gallery there aren't many
in Cuba and I took the
steps to find out where he
was. He lives in a farm
town outside of Havana."
Mr. Munoz, a retired


physics professor, paints in
a 100-square-foot room
built on top of his house.
He describes his art three-
fold, Ms. Pravden said.
"He says, 'I am an
expressionist, a realist and
sometimes, a surrealist,'"
Ms. Pravden said. "He
doesn't try to copy the
masters, he just pays them
homage."
After a year of navigating
regulations with the gov-
ernments of both Cuba
and the U.S., Cuba! Gallery
of Fine Art has secured
legal permission for Mr.
Munoz and his wife/agent
Allison Cabrera to travel to
Melbourne for the exhibi-
tion.


"He has been painting for
this exhibition for one year,
which is 10 months before
we knew he was allowed to
come," Ms. Pravden said.
"The U.S. hasn't issued a vis-
itor's visa to an artist in Cuba
to come to his own exhibi-
tion in the U.S. since 2002."
The exhibit is described
as a 28-image series in
acrylic on canvas depicting
important issues of human
existence on the island of
Cuba.
Additionally, while Mr.
Munoz is stateside, he will
be guest artist at a workshop
for artists and college stu-
dents in conjunction with
Brevard Museum of Art
School featuring a collabo-
rative acrylics project with
attending artists. The work-
shop is scheduled from 6-9
p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, at Bre-
vard Museum of Art School,
located in the Rene Foosan-
er Education Center, 1520
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
For more information, call
Bobbie McMillan, Museum
School director, at (321)
242-0737.
Mr. Munoz's exhibit,
"Cabezas Calientes," will
run from Nov. 9 through
Dec. 6, Tuesdays through
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m.
Cuba! Gallery of Fine Arts
has moved from its former
location on New Haven
Avenue across from Sun
Shoppe to a space inside the
1900 Building at 1900 S.
Harbor City Blvd., Suite 124-
A For more information, call
Marjorie Pravden at (321)
729-8800 or e-mail cuba-
gallery@gmail.com.


Out & about


FRIDAY, OCT.30

Sunset jazz cruise: 6:30-
9:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30.
With Jacqueline Jones and
Trio on the second deck and
Mark Simmons Trio in the
Queens Room. Food will be
provided by River Rocks
restaurant and is included in
the price of $35 per person.
Call (321) 773-6749 to
reserve.
Concert: 7-9 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 30. To showcase
recording artists "HairPeace,"
Chrystine and Ray, original
folk/rock musicians. Sebast-
ian Inlet State Park, State
Park. 9700 S. Al A, Mel-
bourne Beach at the
pavilions on Coconut Point,
located on the south side of
Sebastian Inlet. Concert is
free with regular park
admission. Call (321)984-
4852 or visit www.floridas-
tateparks.org/sebastianinlet.


SATURDAY, OCT. 31

49th Annual Fall Orchid
Fair: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 31. Mel-
bourne Auditorium, 625 E.
Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne.
Admission is $4 and children
12 and under are free. Door
prize. Visit
http://thebcos.org.

SUNDAY, NOV. 1

Pancake breakfast: 1
p.m. Greater Palm Bay
Senior Center, 1275 Culver
Drive, Palm Bay. Cost is
$3.50 in advance and $4 the
day of event. Hosted by The
Palm Bay Happy Lions.
Children under 6 are free.
Call (321) 723-0930.
'Preferential Tea':
hosted by South Brevard
City Council of Beta Sigma
Phi Sorority. 2 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 1. Palmdale Presbyter-
ian Church, 684 N. Harbor


City Blvd., Melbourne. Call
Jewell Patton at (321) 723-
2250.

MONDAY, NOV. 2

Karaoke for cancer
fundraiser: "The V.F.W. Idol."
3-7 p.m. V.F.W. Post 4228,
4411 Capron Road, Titusville.
Hosted by the Ladies'
Auxiliary. Registration starts
at 2 p.m. with a $5 donation.
No professionals please.
Winner will go to district
level. Call (321) 217-7187.
Annual bazaar: 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Melbourne Beach
Community Center, 509
Ocean Ave., Melbourne
Beach. Boutique, craft and
white elephant items, a
country store and baked
goods. Hosted by Melbourne
Beach Community Club.
Refreshments will be
available all day. Call (321)
953-5322.


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4

Melbourne Community
Orchestra performance: "A
Class Act" 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, Nov. 4 and
Thursday, Nov. 5. Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus
Blvd., Melbourne. Call (321)
952-9949.

THURSDAY, NOV. 5

St. Joseph Catholic
Community fall festival:
5310 Babcock St., Palm Bay.
Thursday, Nov. 5 from 5-10
p.m., Friday, Nov. 6 from 3-
10 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 7
from 1-10 p.m. and Sunday,
Nov. 8 from noon to 5 p.m.
Carnival rides, game booths,
music, food, entertainment
and a vendor and craft show.
Melbourne Central Catholic
Stinger dance team will be
performing on Saturday at 7

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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 10-30-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
You are a master when it
comes to facing and han-
dling life's challenges.
Why? Because you are
deep. You listen to and
trust your inner visions.
This deeper wisdom then
has a way of getting
around and infecting oth-
ers with the simple truth.
Now they are in harmony
with your thinking. What a
fantastic success you are.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Two of the main reasons
for your success are hard
work and devotion to
duties. Whether it is with
family, or friends, you
always sense what needs
to be done and then you
do it. You remain commit-
ted, calm and passionate.
You are highly deserving of
the rewards that come your
way because of this great
devotion.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Ask universal wisdom to
guide you. You will make
wiser choices, less when
you think from the lower
will. You slip off the spiritu-
al path when you begin to
worry, have doubt, fear or
indecision. It's your choice
on which way you go. Sur-
render to the higher will
and blessings and success
are bound to follow.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Priorities in life should be
to first stay connected to
the universe, then take
care of the honor and dig-
nity of your family. This is
family heritage. A good
name is our greatest treas-
ure. Now focus on work.
Make someone else happy.
It makes you 10 times hap-
pier. The love in your heart
now blesses everyone.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Life continues to present
challenges because of your
active lifestyle. How you
handle them is the key to
success. Refuse to take on
more than two or three
projects at once. Finishing
the old ones and reaping
the rewards for the effort is
the key. New challenges
are always there for an
action person like you, as
needed.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
It is important to make
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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


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p.m. and Nicole Cote Dance
Studio and Dance Mania will
be performing on Friday at 6
p.m. Daily Ride bracelets are
$20 for the day or a four-day
bracelet is $40. Call (321) 749-
5681.
'Bloodlines: a production
of original one-act plays':
presented by Playwrights
Workshop. 8 p.m. on Thursday,
Nov. 5, Friday, Nov. 6 and
Saturday, Nov. 7. Additional
showing at 2:30 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 8. Surfside Playhouse,
320 S. Fifth St., Cocoa Beach.
General admission is $5. Call
(321) 961-1988 for reserva-
tions or information.
'King of Pop: Michael
Jackson Tribute': Auditions for
dance contest in best moon-
walk dance, best sounds like
Michael and best Michael look-
alike. 8 p.m. The Space Station
club at The Clarion, 260 S.R.
520, Merritt Island. All finalist
will compete Friday, Nov. 7.
Call (321) 302-9936 to
register.
Space Coast State Fair:
Cocoa Expo Fair Grounds.
Airboat races on Saturday, Nov.
7. Fair runs Nov. 5 through 15.
Call (321 639-3976 or visit
www.cocoaexpo.com.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Locally produced inde-
pendent film premier: "The


Cops Did it" by Anthony Azar.
Friday, Nov. 6 at The Roxy
Cinema 10, 1553 Palm Bay
Road, Palm Bay. Film includes
local actors and musician's
music and locations filmed in
the movie are local to Central
Florida. Legendary filmmaker
Lloyd Kaufman of Troma films
in New York City also plays a
character in the film. For
information, visit
thecopsdiditcom.
'King of Pop: Michael Jackson
Tribute' party: Watch five finalists
compete for best Michael
categories and win three $100
prizes. Also, learn the thriller
dance and view unreleased
footage of Michael Jackson
recoding new material. $5
admission at the door. The Space
Station club at The Clarion, 260
S.R. 520, Merritt Island. (321)
302-9936.
Fall sale: Friday, Nov. 6 from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday,
Nov. 7 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. St
Katherine Greek Orthodox
Church, 5965 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Rent a table or come
shop for some great bargains.
Tables cost $25 a day or $35 for
both days in the covered areas
and $10 per day in the outside
and uncovered areas. The St
Sophia Ladies Philoptochos, Inc.
of St Katherine will be displaying
pastry gift packs for those
interested in purchasing Greek
treats. Call (321) 254-1045.
Ron Pirtle performs jazz:
5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6.
Brevard Art Museum, 1463
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
Admission is $10 and museum
members get in free. Call (321)


242-0737.
4th Annual Celebrate
Brevard: 6-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6.
Melbourne Rialto Place Hilton,
200 Rialto Place, Melbourne.
Come out and sample foods and
buy products from more than 35
local restaurants and
shops. Admission is $20. Call
(321) 951-9998, Ext 101.
Caregiver expo and senior
fun day: hosted by The Sun-
flower House. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 7 at Merritt Square
Mall, 777 E. Merritt Island
Causeway. Events include a
fashion show by Bon Worth
Fashions, chair exercises, line
dancers, a barbershop quartet
health screenings, information
tables, mini massage, games and
door prizes. For information or to
reserve a table, call (321) 639-
4868, Ext. 225.
*'Art in the Park': 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. Lori Wilson
Park, 1500. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Crafts and all kinds of art,
live music, face painting and a
raffle drawing for various prizes.
A portion of the proceeds will go
to Friends of Children of Brevard
- assisting children on foster care.
Call (321) 784-4683.
'Astronaut Autograph and
Memorabilia Show': with more
than 25 astronauts and now
"Star Trek: The Next Generation"
cast members. Saturday, Nov. 7
and Sunday, Nov. 8 at Kennedy
Space Center Visitor Complex on
S.R. 405, just east of Titusville.
Photo opportunities, autograph
sessions, space simulator rides
with astronauts and celebrities,
special dining opportunities and
more. Space is limited. Call (321)


455-7014 or visit wwwAstro-
nautScholarship.org.
Founder's Day celebration:
hosted by Satellite Beach
Woman's Club. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 7 at David R.
Schechter Community Center,
1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach. Theme for the event is
"Rock Around the Clock" A
marketplace will include a bake
sale, flea market arts and crafts
booths, food and nonalcoholic
beverages, a farmers' market
palms and plants and other
displays will offer more items for
homes and businesses. Live
music by DJ Timmy V, Sur-
fchasers and Hot Tropics. A
parade through the city streets
begins at 11 a.m. To participate
in the parade, call (321) 773-
6458. To become a vendor, call
(321) 777-5947.
Space Coast Pops Orches-
tra performance: "Annual
Holiday Gift Concert" 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 7. Merritt Island
First Baptist Church, 140
Magnolia Ave., Merritt Island. This
concert is a gift to the public and
the public may respond by
bringing a gift of canned or dry
provisions for delivery to the
Central Brevard Sharing Center.
Call (321) 632-7445.
Best-selling author to
speak: Donald Miller to launch
his new book, "A Million Miles in
a Thousand Years" Best known
for his best seller "Blue Like Jazz"'
7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14 at
Suntree United Methodist
Church, 7400 Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Tickets are $15. Call
(321) 242-2585.


Halloween
From page B1
cemetery. Historic Rosset-
ter House Museum, 1320
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
Call (321) 254-9855 or visit
www. rossetterhousemuse-
um.org.
Children's Halloween
party: 2 p.m. American
Legion, Unit 1, 1281 N.
U.S. 1, Titusville. (321)
264-8847.
'End of the Summer
Fest': 2-6 p.m. Free food,
pumpkin smashing,
games, candy. Corner-
stone Fellowship, 401 N.
Wickham Road, Suite 126,
Melbourne. (321) 557-
3071.
Halloween in the Vil-
lage: Cocoa Village and
Riverfront Park, 4-8:30
p.m., Oct. 31. (321) 639-
3500.
Halloween feast and
music bash: 5-10 p.m. And
All That Jazz Cafe, 1641
U.S. 1, Cocoa. Featuring
Dave Grooms and the
AATJ All Star Acoustic and
Electric Artists and Jam-
mers. All- you-can-eat
goulish buffet for $15.
Meal includes Mystery
Meat Pie w/ Monster Mash
Crust, BBQ Pulled Pig,
Children of the Corn-
bread, Slaughtered Cab-
bage Salad and bring a sin-
fully decadent dessert for


the contest table. Best
dessert wins dinner for
two. Call (321) 636-3232.
Halloween dinner &
dance: 6-9:30 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 31. at Italian-American
Club of South Brevard, 1471
Cypress Ave., Melbourne.
Live music by J.R. Sounds
and prizes for the best cos-
tumes. Dinner includes
fresh garden insalata, chick-
en marsala with risotto con
piselli and dessert with cof-
fee or tea. BYOB. Cost is $15
for members and $18 for
guests. Call (321) 242-8044
to purchase tickets.
'Trunk-N-Treat': 6-7:30
p.m. Free hot dogs, popcorn
and water. First United
Methodist Church, 110 E.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 723-6761.
'Trunk R' Treat': 6:30-8
p.m. Food, games and
treats. Palm Bay United
Methodist Church, 2100
Port Malabar Blvd., Palm
Bay. (321) 727-8651.
Short horror films
showing: provided by the
Melbourne Independent
Film Fest. 7-9 p.m. at the
Henegar Center, 625 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Haunted games and a cos-
tume parade onstage
between films. Winners
announced at Matt's Cas-
bah after party with prizes
and drink specials. Call
(321)723-8698.

Pumpkin patches

Palm Bay United
Methodist Church, 2100
Port Malabar Blvd., Palm
Bay. (321) 727-8651
Georgianna United
Methodist Church, 3925 S.
Tropical Trail, Merritt Island.
(321) 452-7523
The Church at Viera,
9005 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. (321) 259-3454.
Sebastian's by-the-Sea
Episcopal Church, 2010
Oak St., Melbourne Beach.
(321) 723-3015.
St. Mary's Church, 75
Barton Ave., Rockledge.
(321) 636-4208.


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SATURDAY, OCT. 31

Community health
fair: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat-
urday, Oct. 31 at Isaac
Campbell Sr. Park, 701
South St., Titusville. Host-
ed by The Christian Life
Center of Titusville along
with a consortium of
churches. Florida's Blood
Centers will be taking
donations of all blood
types from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Donors will receive a
free Halloween T-shirt
(while supplies last), free
health screening, includ-
ing blood pressure, heart
rate, cholesterol and more.
Plus various gift incentives
in appreciation for their
support. For blood drive
information, call Linda at
(321) 403-9934. For infor-
mation about the health
fair, call (321) 632-1390.
Halloween blood drive:
Florida's Blood Centers
will be at The Rave movie
theater at The Avenue
Viera, 2241 Town Centre
Ave., Viera, taking dona-
tions of all blood types on
Saturday, Oct. 31 from
4:30-8:30 p.m. Donors will
receive a free Halloween T-
shirt (while supplies last),
plus their choice of either
one free movie pass, small
popcorn or small drink in
appreciation for their sup-
port. For information, call
Linda at (321) 403-9934.

TUESDAY, NOV. 3

Melbourne Beach
Book Club: meeting. 2-3
p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3 at
Melbourne Beach Public
Library, 324 Ocean Ave.
Call (321) 956-5642.

WEDNESDAY,
NOV. 4

Flu shots available: 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at Freedom 7
Senior Community Center,
5000 Tom Warriner Blvd.,
Cocoa Beach. (321) 783-
9505.

THURSDAY, NOV. 5

MOPS Mothers of
Preschoolers: meeting.
9:30-11:30 a.m. Hope Epis-
copal Church, 190 Inter-
lachen Road, Suntree.
Social activities, including
brunch, crafts, table talks
and guest speakers while
children, ages infancy to
preschool, play together
under paid accredited
childcare staff. All moms
welcome. Call (321) 259-
5810.
Palm Bay Woman's
Club: meeting. 1 p.m.
Glenbrooke, Palm Bay sen-
ior lifestyle community,
815 Briar Creek Blvd.,Palm
Bay. Plans for upcoming
volunteer holiday projects
will be discussed. All
women in the Palm Bay
area are invited to attend.
Call (321) 674-7513.
'An insider's view of
our health care system':
talk with Melbourne family
physician Dr. Stephen
Blythe about health care in
the U.S. 7 p.m. at the
Henegar Center, 625 E.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Free and open to
the public. Visit
www.SpaceCoastProgres-
siveAlliance.org for more
information.

UPCOMING
EVENTS

Fall book sale: with
Friends of the Central Bre-
vard Library, 308 Forrest
Ave., Cocoa. Friday, Nov 6
from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 7 from 9
a.m. to 4:40 p.m. and Sun-
day, Nov. 8, 1 pm to 4:30
p.m. (321) 633-1792.
Rummage sale: 8 a.m.


to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7
and Sunday, Nov. 8 at
Cocoa Beach Elks Lodge,


175 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa
Beach. (321) 431-4684.
Florida Licensing On
Wheels Mobile: in con-
junction with the Depart-
ment of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles will
offer driver's license dupli-
cates, renewals, reinstate-
ments and identification
card services for seniors
and children. Nov. 7 from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Merritt Square Mall, 777 E.
S.R. 520, Merritt Island at
the front parking lot, main
entrance. (321) 452-4341.
Beaded and netted
gourd ornament work-
shop: by Nancy Bindig.
Saturday, Nov. 7 from 9
a.m. to noon at The Art
Gallery of Viera, 5410 Mur-
rell Road, Suite 135. Stitch
a lacey covering onto a
miniature gourd using the
knotless netting technique
and add a decoration of
beads to complete a one-
of-a-kind ornament. Cost
is $30 plus materials. Call
(321) 890-1415 to register.
National Active and
Retired Federal Employ-
ees Association: Apollo
Chapter 1137 luncheon
meeting. 11:45 a.m. Mon-
day, Nov. 9. Piccadilly in
the Merritt Square Mall,


777 S.R. 520, Merritt
Island. Topic of discussion
is property insurance. Visit
www.NARFE1137.com for
information.
Film and discussion:
"Cautiva" a suspenseful
film from Argentina about
a young girl "captured." 1-
4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 9.
Friendship Fellowship at
Pineda, 3115 Friendship
Place, Rockledge. (321) 639
2793.
Non-fiction book club:
meeting. 2 p.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 10. Friendship Fellow-
ship at Pineda Coffee
House, 3115 Friendship
Place, Rockledge. Discus-
sion of two books: "The
Looming Tower: Al Qaeda
and the Road to 9/11" and
"The Immense Journey."
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books. Call (321) 773 0363
or visit www. uuspace-
coast. corn for information.
Senior safety presenta-
tion: to identify theft pro-
tection, frauds and scams
by Charlene Neuterman,
Crime Prevention Practi-
tioner of Brevard County
Sheriff's Office. Thursday,
Nov. 12, 1:30-3:30 p.m. The
Sunflower House, 777 E.
Merritt Island Causeway,
Merritt Island. Free and
open to the public. Call
(321) 452-4341.
Titusville Computer
Club: 7 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 12. St. Gabriel's Epis-
copal Church, 414 Pine St.,
Titusville. General mem-
bership meeting, nomina-
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by a Q & A session. Every-
one is welcome. Call (321)
267-3746.
Planting herbs work-
shop: The Port Malabar
Garden Club will meet at
9:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 13 at
Peace Lutheran Church,
1801 Port Malabar Blvd.,
Palm Bay. Emily Barr will
teach us how to plant
herbs. Come and learn
how to spice up meals. The
public is invited and
refreshments will be
served. Call (321) 725-
1704.


'Happy Pets-giving': a
special pet adoption event.
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Satur-
day, Nov. 14. To celebrate
Thanksgiving's "National
Shelter Appreciation
Week" and November as
"Adopt a Senior Pet
Month." Free identifica-
tion microchips will be
available for all animals
adopted from this event at
the South shelter, 5100 W.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Mel-
bourne. There will be
reduced adoption fees and
refreshments will be avail-
able. Call (321) 253-6608.


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A free day of i
entertainment,
activities, and
information for Seniors!
Starting in September,
Melbourne Square will host
a fun day of free bingo
sponsored by Senior Scene,
free coffee provided by
Chic-FiI-A, and fun to local Seniors!

9 AM to 3 PM
2009 2010 Senior Days
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Other monthly rotating activities
may include:
Seated Yoga
Polka Bands and other musical groups
Seminar information from area
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Health screenings including blood
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Vendors requested
for luncheon and
fashion show
The Space Coast Feline
Network will be holding a
Luncheon and Fashion
Show on Saturday, Nov. 7,
in the Pavilion at the Radis-
son Resort at the Port, 8701


Astronaut Blvd., Cape
Canaveral. Proceeds will
go the group's programs,
including spay/neuter of
feral and stray cats in the
county.
Vendor tables will be
available for $30 for return-
ing vendors; $35 for new
vendors, or two for $50.
Shopping will begin at 11
a.m., lunch at noon and a
fashion show with fashions
by Dillard's of Merritt
Island at 12:45 p.m. Cost is
$35.
The Space Coast Feline
Network is a nonprofit
organization dedicated to
decreasing the feral and
stray cat population in the
county through low-cost
spay/neuter services for
feral cat caregivers and
education to caregivers at
quarterly workshops held
at the Central Brevard
Library in Cocoa.
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ister, call the Helpline at
(321) 631-SPAY (7729) or e-
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Physician awarded
from the Commission
on Cancer
Daniel 0. Cuscela, DO, a
member of the medical
staff at Parrish Medical
Center, recently received
the Cancer Liaison Physi-
cian Outstanding Perfor-
mance Award from the
Commission on Cancer, a
multidisciplinary program
of the American College of
Surgeons.
The CoC is a consortium
of professional organiza-
tions dedicated to improv-
ing survival and quality of
life for cancer patients
through standard setting,
prevention, research, edu-
cation, and the monitoring
of comprehensive quality
care.
Cancer Liaison Physi-
cians are volunteer physi-
cians responsible for pro-
viding the leadership and
direction to establish,
maintain, and support
their facility's cancer pro-
gram.
Dr. Cuscela's involvement
in medical research started
as a medical student at the
National Institutes of
Health in Bethesda, Md.,
when he accepted a fellow-
ship in radiation biology
with the National Cancer
Institute. Dr. Cuscela spent
four years as a lieutenant
commander with the U.S.
Public Health Service
where his duties were split
between three hospitals:
The Clinical Center at the
NCI, Walter Reed Army
Medical Center and
Bethesda Naval Hospital.
Dr. Cuscela then accept-
ed a fellowship in head,
neck and gynecological
malignancies at M.D.
Anderson Cancer Center in
Houston, Tex. In addition,
he was given a research
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Explore science, history and natural parks in Titusville


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
As the home of two
national parks and the
Kennedy Space Center, the
Titusville Area is a science
lover's paradise.
With activities ranging
from kayaking alongside
manatees in the Indian
River, to experiencing the
thrill of a shuttle takeoff,
adventures abound in the
northernmost part of Bre-
vard County.
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Spanning 140,000 acres,
which includes 24 miles of
coastline, Merritt Island
National Wildlife Refuge and
Canaveral National
Seashore preserves an area
of natural wildlife that is
home to more than 1,500
species of flora and fauna.
Visitors can take a scenic
drive along the Black Point
Wildlife Drive, which covers
habits from coastal dunes,
saltwater marshes and hard-
wood hammocks.
Migratory birds along
with 14 species of animals
on the threatened species


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list, including loggerhead
and leatherback turtles, the
Atlantic salt marsh snake,
the Florida scrub jay, bald
eagles and manatees are
protected within the bor-
ders of the parks.
Cape Canaveral National
Seashore's 24 miles of coast-
line are the longest stretch
of undeveloped beach on
the East Coast of Florida,
perfect for quiet sun-
bathing, and the park is also
home to more than 100
archeological sites consist-
ing of native American shell
mounds.
For more information on
the parks, visit www.nps.gov
and www.fws.gov/merrittis-
land.
Titusville is also home to
the Space Coast Birding and
Wildlife Festival, scheduled
for Jan. 27-Feb. 1 2010, in
celebration of the numerous
amounts of migratory birds
that visit during winter.
Presented by the Brevard
Nature Alliance, the annual
event includes field trips,
photo workshops, lectures
and kayaking tours, drawing
more than 3,500 visitors
from all over the country.
For information, visit
www.nbbd.com/fly.
Space activities:
Sitting on a bit of land jut-
ting into the Atlantic Ocean,
Kennedy Space Center has
been premiere site for space
exploration since the first
launch of the Explorer 1
Satellite in 1958.
From sending man to the
moon, to launching mis-
sions to build the Interna-
tional Space Station, the
launch site has held a
romance for adventurers for


the past 50 years.
Visitors can experience
the rich history and thrill of
the space program with a
visit to Kennedy Space Cen-
ter. Tours of the complex
offers views of the launch
pads, a tour of the storage
area for the remaining fix-
tures waiting for transport
to the ISS, and get up-close
looks at an Apollo rocket.
Thrills await at the KSC
Visitor Complex, where
enthusiasts can ride the
Shuttle Launch Experience,
watch an IMAX movie or
have lunch with an astro-
naut.
For more information,
visit www.kennedyspace-
center.com, or call (866)
737-5235.
The city of Titusville pays
tribute to the heroes of the
space program with the
Astronauts Memorial and
Space Walk of Fame, 4 Main
St., Titusville.
The only memorial of its
kind in the nation, the site
includes the handprints of
Mercury astronauts, a trib-
ute to the men and women
who worked behind the
scenes and a monument
honoring the Apollo pro-
gram.
History activities:
The heroes of the space
program are not the only
heroes remembered in
Titusville.
The American Police Hall
of Fame pays tribute to the
brave men and women who
spend their lives protecting
their communities.
The museum includes a
gun range, exhibits of police
vehicles from motorcycles
to cruisers and of jail cells


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NASA's shuttle Discovery makes the 3.4-mile journey to
launch pad 39A in Titusville during sunrise. The shuttle
crawler travels at 2 mph during its six-hour trip.


from the past and present,
as well as a memorial to
police officers who have
died while on duty. Heli-
copter rides are also avail-
able at the museum.
For more information,
visit www.aphf.org.
The Harry T. Moore and
Harriette V. Moore home site
memorializes slain civil
rights leader Harry T. Moore


and his wife, who were mur-
dered by a bomb as they
slept, the night of Dec. 25,
1951.
The home site in Mims
offers a glimpse into the
early days of the Civil Rights
movement in Brevard Coun-
ty and presents educational
programs.
For more information,
visit www.harryharriette-
moore.org.
Aviation enthusiasts can
view military aircraft from
World War I to the present at
the Valiant Air Command
Warbird Museum.
The museum offers tours
as well as the chance to ride
aboard a C-47 bomber that
flew during the Normandy
Invasion.
For more information,
visit www.vacwarbirds.org
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Vegetable choices to make holiday dinners special


Hello smart shop-
pers. Like it or not,
the holidays are
just around the corner.
Since I never seem to be
able to fit all the recipes,
new or repeated, before
the big days we will start
today with vegetable
choices.
Enjoy. See you next
week!

CORN BREAD
CASSEROLE (NIB)
regular and low fat
serves 5 or 6

1 large egg
1 cup sour cream (8
ounces) either regular,
light or fat free
1 stick butter, or 1/2-
cup butter substitute,
melted
One 15-1/2 ounce can of
whole kernel corn, with
liquid
One 15-1/2 ounce can
creamed corn
1 box Jiffy corn bread
mix
1 small onion, chopped
(optional)

Mix all together and
pour into casserole that
has been treated with
cooking spray. Bake in a
preheated 350 oven for 45
minutes.
Or, rather than baking in
a casserole, use cupcake
tins with cupcake liners.
Bake at 350 for about 20
minutes or until lightly
browned around the edges


and, although cooked, still
slightly soft in the center.

CORN CASSEROLE
serves 4
regular and low fat

One 16-ounce can whole
kernel corn (drained)
One 16-ounce can of
creamed corn
1 egg or equivalent
amount of egg substi-
tute
1/2-cup sugar
Salt and pepper
1/2-cup flour
1/2-cup milk (regular,
low-fat, skim or evapo-
rated skim milk, undi-
luted)
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute

Mix corns together in
large casserole. Whisk
remaining ingredients
together, reserving butter.
Blend egg mixture into
corn mixture. Dot with
butter. Bake at 350
degrees for one hour.

MASHED POTATOES
serves 5 to 6
regular and low fat

5 medium-size potatoes
4 tablespoons butter,
light butter or butter
substitute
Evaporated milk
(regular or skim, undi-
luted), whole milk or
fat-free half and half
Salt and pepper
1/4-cup ice water


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Peel potatoes. Cut in
large chunks and cook in
water until tender, drain.
Whip with an electric
mixer, adding butter. Add
milk until desired consis-
tency is attained. Season
with salt and pepper to
taste. Whip in the ice
water for the fluffiest
mashed potatoes ever.
Be sure to save any
leftovers. Mashed pota-
toes freeze great. To use,
thaw, heat, and mix,
adding milk if necessary.

CANDIED
YAMS WITH
MARSHMALLOWS
serves 4 to 6

I use canned sweet
potatoes, they're easier. If
you choose, you can use
fresh potatoes.

1 large (40-ounce) can
of
sweet potatoes or 4
medium sweet potatoes
1/2-cup dark brown
sugar
1/2-cup orange juice
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute
Maple syrup
Dash of rum (optional)


Salt and pepper
1 bag large marshmallows

Drain canned potatoes,
reserving 1/2-cup liquid. If
using fresh potatoes, boil
them whole in their
jackets. Cook until tender,
peel and cut in fairly thick
slices.
Place potatoes in baking
pan. Sprinkle with brown
sugar. Drizzle with orange
juice and reserved sweet
potato liquid, or extra
juice, and a little maple
syrup. Dash on some rum if
you choose. Salt and
pepper lightly. Dot with
butter.
Bake in a 350-degree
oven for about one hour
until most of the liquid is
gone. Before serving top
with marshmallows and
bake about five minutes
until they are puffed and
golden. This is the tricky
part-they will go from
puffed to liquid in seconds.

SWEET POTATO
(YAM) CASSEROLE
(NIB)

I found this recipe in a
church cookbook. As you
can see, it is very high in
fat and cholesterol.

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


1/3-cup milk

Combine above and
place in baking dish.

TOPPING:

1/3-cup melted butter or
butter substitute
1/2-cup flour
1 cup light brown sugar
1 cup chopped pecans

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

GERMAN STYLE
SPINACH
(CREAMED
SPINACH)
serves 4
low fat

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

One 10-ounce package of
frozen chopped spinach


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

Note: Shaker flour is
flour that comes in a tall
round container. It is super
fine and can be blended
into sauces without
lumping.
Cook spinach in water
until thawed. Drain well,
pressing spinach with a
fork to remove as much
liquid as possible. Reserve
liquid. Add butter or oil to
pan and saute onions until
transparent. Add spinach
liquid, salt and pepper.
Cook about five minutes.
Slowly whisk in flour, a
little at a time, until
mixture thickens. Add
spinach, heat through.

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award to continue work on
the protection of normal
tissue from the harmful
side effects of treatment of
various cancers. Cuscela
continued his academic
appointments at the Uni-
versity of Texas, Southwest-
ern and the University of
Miami prior to coming to
Brevard County and Par-
rish Medical Center.
Dr. Cuscela is also a
member of the volunteer
faculty at the new UCF Col-
lege of Medicine in the
departments of Medical
Education and Radiation
Oncology. His current
research is aimed at the
treatment of weight loss in


cancer patients and
cachexia (loss of weight,
muscle atrophy, fatigue,
weakness and significant
loss of appetite in someone
who is not actively trying to
lose weight) through the
use of intravenous lipid
therapy and nutritional
support procedures.
For information, call
(321) 269-7878.

Students awarded
scholarships

The Wuesthoff Health
System Auxiliary recently
awarded nearly $8,000 in
college scholarships to 17
Brevard County students
for the fall 2009 college
semester.
Funds used for scholar-


ship-grants are derived
from multiple auxiliary
fundraisers throughout the
year, along with profits
from the Pink Shelf gift
shops located at Wuesthoff
Medical Center in Rock-
ledge and Melbourne.
Students are chosen
based on multiple criteria
set forth by the Wuesthoff
Scholarship Committee.
Students applying for
scholarship funds must be
a resident of Brevard Coun-
ty, though not required to
attend a Florida college or
university, and maintain a
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touched, 321-259-3688 $125 321-259-2678
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good condition, $10
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DRYER, GAS, Frigidaire,
white, $100
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EXERCISE MACHINE,
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softner, $35 obo
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GENERATOR, HONDA,
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321-253-0114 SoBrev
GOLF BALLS, $2 a doz-
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GUITAR, 12 string
acoustic/ electric, rarely
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321-412-1620 SoBrev
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LAWN MOWER 21" cut
$65. 22' Extension
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built Honda, big rear
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LEAPSTER LMAX, blue,
charging station, case 6,
games, great condition,
$100, 321-255-1987
LUGGAGE RACK, for
sports car, chrome, never
installed, $30,
321-253-2629 SoBrev
MATTRESS, QUEEN,
with box $75, full $40,
321-258-1890
MICROWAVE, GE, sen-
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excellent condition, $65,
321-984-9774 SoBrev
OIL, OUTBOARD motor
oil, 9 gallons for $65
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POSTER- 'Lady in the
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sheet, good cond, $199
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PRINTER, EPSON, new
in box, never used, mod-
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RANGE, electric white
coil top oven $25; under-
counter dishwasher $10.
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RECEIVER, audio/ video
130 avr Harmon/Kardon,
$125. 321-951-3731
REFRIGERATOR, 19 cu-
bic feet, Maytag, almond
color, w/ ice maker, $100
obo, 321-733-5850
REFRIGERATOR, Frigid-
aire, $100, complete
computer, $25,
321-757-5389 SoBrev


SEWING MACHINE, vin-
tage 1896, in beautiful
cabinet, excellent cond,
$200 obo 321-806-0145
SEWING MACHINE- $40
(2) fishing poles, $15 ea.
321-459-2677
SOFA $75, Dining Table
$75, 321-610-8138
SOFA BED, 2 piece,
blue, $50, 321-698-9109
SOFA, RELINER Sofa,
faux leather, dark green,
88" long, good condition,
$125, 321-427-6719
SPEAKERS, 2, floor
standing fronts, 2 book
shelves surrounds, $150,
321-952-5785 SoBrev
TABLE & chairs, all
wood, country dinette ta-
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321-951-0127
TABLE, ANTIQUE, black
walnut, round, 4', $200
321-729-1495 SoBrev
TABLE, SOLID wood
dining table, w/ 6 chairs,
light brown, w/ formica
top, $100 321-537-9829
TEDDY BEAR, antique,
24" long, jointed head &
arms & legs, missing left
ear, $75, 321-725-7015
TELEVISION, 27" Sharp,
good picture, $100
321-455-9870 SoBrev
TELEVISION, 27" Tini-
tron, absolutely perfect
condition, superior pic-
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TOOLS, LEATHERMAN
Wave, brand new, multi
tool set, $50
321-795-1882 SoBrev
TOYS- LITTLEST pet
shop home, pet show,
get better center & treat
shop, $45, 321-432-4234
TRACTOR, PEDAL trac-
tor & wagon, new in box,
Red I.H. Ertl farmall die
cast, $150 321-773-9685
TRAIN SCALE, Emmet
Kelly Ciacusin Box, $175
obo, 321-757-6961
TRAIN SET, Bachmann
Wonderland Express, 0
scale, narrow w/ village
set, $75, 321-752-4753
TRUMPET, Conn Cornet
brass & copper, $125,
double headboard, white,
$45, 321-676-7853
TV CABINET, Zemieth,
real nice, reception good,
$100, 321-267-8781

TV, 27", RCA, greta pic-
ture, $100, 321-305-4219
TV, 36", JVC, color with
remote, excellent condi-
tion, $100 321-431-6316
TYPEWRITER, Canon,
$70, FAX Ricoh office,
$45, 321-506-7413
VACUUM, HOVER Floor
Mate, $50, M-H20 floor
steamer, used 2x's, $50
321-373-5650 SoBrev
WASHER, Kenmore,
super cap. Kenmore dry-
er, ultra fabric care, must
sell, $150, 321-268-5405
WEED EATER, like new,
1 yr old, Feather Lite
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The Association of Free
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trade association which
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events and programs to
provide profitable
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community paper
members. We develop
revenue opportunities,
web and digital
strategies, training
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annual conference as
tools to advance the free
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Executive Director will
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Directors of AFCP and
also join the Board of
Directors of the National
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Incorporated- the
for-profit subsidiary of
AFCP and assist in
directing, supporting and
developing strategic
initiatives. The ideal
candidate will have 10+
years business
experience, financial
reporting experience,
minimum 5 yrs of
management experience,
be able to travel
extensively, and
preferably have print
media background. The
Executive Director will be
an employee of our
organization, will manage
a small staff, plus
increased staff at
c o n f e r e n c e .
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position and will also
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expenses. Responses
will be handled in strictest
confidence. Please send
a one page cover letter
with a description of your
experience along with
your resume in
confidence to: Orestes
Baez, President- AFCP,
mailto:obaez@mdpennys
aver.com. Responses will
be accepted through
November 15, 2009.
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knowingly accept any adver- Fork, St. Lucie River, in
tising which is in violation of heated pool, covered VERO BEACH- Vero MLBOURNE: Onl S
the law All persons are her- parking, quiet neighbor- Isles PRICE REDUCED! MELBOURNE: Only Sc
by informed that all dwellings hood, close to downtown. Deep water home. 3-br $4995 3/2 12'x60' All l c
are available on an equal Estate sale, price just re- 3ba fenced yard. Genera- New: Central Air & Heat, si
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for info: 321-725-2353
MELBOURNE 1BR/1BA
$600/mo. Incls elec/water
/swr/pest & trash. Central
loc., Audubon Dr. Mins to
beaches. Also, 1/1 $500
incl water. 321-722-0781
MELBOURNE Efficiency
$575/mo or 1-br $625.
furn/unfurn Util incl, pool,
great location Call days
772-664-4722 Weekend
321-890-7789
MELBOURNE LARGE
1-br with fireplace. On
site laundry Close to
downtown, river, Crane
Creek and the beach.
$550/mo + utilities. Call
Eric 321-733-7025
MELBOURNE: 2br/1ba
freshly painted, CHA,
$600/mo Close to every-
thing. 321-543-2990
MERRITT ISLAND, 2Bd/
2Ba., 1000sqft. condo,
comm. pool, playground,
parking, pet ok, $750/mo,
+ deposit. 321-452-7174

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1958 CADILLAC El
Dorado used for 2
presidential inaugurations
JFK & LBJ. All
documentation. Chantilly
maroon, factory air. Only
53K miles. Sell or trade.
386-672-7366 453-6677
1976 CONTINENTAL
MKIV shows/drives new.
A/C, sunroof, moonroof,
full power, 460ci,
dependable show car.
$10,000 386-846-1698
CHEVROLET 1987 SS
EL Camino Auto,AC/PS/
PW, Tonneau cover. Ex-
cellent cond. Best offer.
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1996 Excellent cond.
Garage kept, candy apple
red. Rear LED lighted
rear spoiler, nose cover,
alloy wheels, 15,000mi
on Goodyear eagles tires.
All service records. A/C,
power windows & locks,
auto. Must see. $4,695
321-951-9541
MONTE CARLO 1986
street rod. 350/400 A/C,
Beautiful & fast. $16,000
invested. $7,850.
321-704-1710
PONTIAC FIREBIRD
TRANS AM, 2002, This
is the Last One Pontiac
Made! Collectors Yellow.
2,780 original miles,
garage kept. Everything
Original! Mint Condition!
$20,000.772-465-6173.


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SATURN VUE Hybrid,
2007, 45K miles, moon
roof, all power, new tires,
cold AC, rebuilt title,.
Must sell $12,900
772-521-5111


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PALM BAY 3/2.5 condo
with porch, cable & 42"
HDTV, pool. 5 mins to
FIT Close to beach.
$795/mo 321-243-9500
PALM BAY SE Efficiency
Near S.Philipo,4 mi south
BCC. 1Br/1Ba, dining rm,
w/appliances. Private en-
trance. Basic cable+ util.
No W/D. For 1 person,no
smoking inside. No pets.
$450+ dep.
305-467-5322
PALM BAY Sunrise
Properties. Affordable,
remodeled apts. Studios,
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$400. 321-725-7544
SUNTREE Spacious
3bdrm/2bath 1st floor,
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er, fridge, stove, dish-
washer. Avail. Now! 6 or
12 month lease, $850/mo
sec. dep. req. Pet Nego.
Call Jeannie for pictures
& info: 321-474-1810
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TITUSVILLE: Nice large
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centrally located, no pets.
$750/mo 321-383-0380
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2br from $600 incl
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Includes Water,
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VIERA- The Greens,
3br/2ba condo, new
carpets, includes W/D,
community pool, gym,
$825/mo. 321-266-1470



MELBOURNE 3br/1.5ba
living, dining, fenced yard
3314 Plummers Cir., Mel
32901. $850/mo + sec.
Sec 8 ok. 321-723-8242
NE PALM BAY Smaller,
clean 3br/1.5ba, Florida
rm, tile floors, vertical
blinds, No pets. $675/mo.
+ security 321-723-7727
PALM BAY 2BR/1BA
carport. 138 Lehigh Ave
SE. 6 or 12 month lease
$700/mo. Large fenced
yard. 321-952-5778
PALM BAY Brand new
3bd/2.5ba/3 car garage,
New appl's floors & paint,
10mins to 1-95. no pets.
$1,200mo. 321-377-5678
or cell #917-523-1343
PALM BAY 3bd/2ba/lcg,
tiled, large fenced yard,
no credit chk, $765/mo. +
refundable $500 cleaning
deposit. 805-208-1391
PALM BAY 3bdrm/2ba.,
2 car garage $750/mo.
Woodside Condo, 2bdrm,
2ba., new carpet/tile
$650/mo. 321-255-1661
PALM BAY NE: Big CBS
3/2/2 family room, No
pets $850 + Deposit WD
Realty 321-723-3311


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PALM BAY Pool
Home 2br/2 ba/ 2cg,
Huge patio w/lg pool.
Fenced double lot. Nice
quiet area, good neigh-
bors. Convenient to riv-
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tile, appliances, fresh
paint. Small Pet OK.
$900/mo 772-260-3217

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2800 sqft 5/3/2 on 1 acre
in gated community,
$1550/mo incl lawn serv-
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under factory warranty.
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Lyons on Rt 280, Very
nice, prime land. Pine
trees, High ground, drain-
age. Asking $4950/acre.
321-768-7652
LAND SALE NOTICE:
Virginia Mtns Closeout
Sale! 2.5 acres with
pond near stocked trout
stream, near state park,
$29,500, must sell. Bank
financing. (866)789-8535
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26 ACRES in Lafayette
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Call 352-867-8018
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Sale 3 Cabins each on
1.5+ acres starting at
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stream only $17,900. Call
for details or appoint-
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NC MTNS Just a days
drive. Flat Rock, 55+
2br/1.5ba. 960sf home,
furn.,attach covered pkng
& storage.Park amenities
$89,900. 321-225-4636
NORTH CAROLINA
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Mountain Top tract
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5ac tracts only $59,000
16ac w/Cabin & River
$139,000
180ac w/Creek $299,000
255ac River, Creek &
Natural Gas Well
$2,700/ac 888-836-8439


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Completely remodeled
1/1 Screened Lanai. A/C,
So Indian River Dr.
$650/mo. 863-983-8064



Cocoa/Pt. St. John-US1,
Buy $36,900, Rent $650.
Rent-to-own $750.Lot .16
acre corner INCLUDED-
NO LOT RENT! 780sf,
2/2 split plan, central heat
/air, new tile & carpet,
renovated kitchen, glass/
screened encl. patio,
carport, util. rm., dbl roof,
Owner financing avail. w/
$5,000 down, Call Diane
321-784-2351 NOW!
MELBOURNE 3Br/1 ba,
large, fenced yard, porch,
$600/mo,
COCOA 2Br/1Ba,
$500/mo. 321-420-8230
Merritt Island: Over 55
community 1 & 2 br's on
water, scrn porch, deck,
carport, tool shed. Boat
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83.80183.908. The
undersigned will sell at
public sale by competitive
bidding starting.
Household Items for the
following: James Morris
Unit 34, Rochelle Edick
Unit KK7, Kiska Basye
Unit KK36
Place of Auction: 575 N.
Apollo Blvd. Melbourne,
Florida 32935 Date of
Auction: November 21,,
2009 @ 2:00 pm Phone:
321-242-8000 All pur-
chases are sold as is. All
purchases must be paid
in cash and removed
from the premises by
end of the business day
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