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Vol. 6, No. 22 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, December 25, 2009


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pend any time surfing
theWeb 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!
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Woman lay dead in bed for
eight months
The body of an elderly
woman remained in her bed
for up to eight months even
though caretakers paid daily
visits to the house and kept it
tidy, authorities said.
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death charge would be filed
against a family member,
although he declined to
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Tyrone Wall, 19,. gets the job done at a Habitat for Humanity work site in Cocoa. Mr.
Wall applied to the Space Coast Youthbuild program after consistently getting poor
grades in school. He is now working toward completing his GED.


Melbourne officer pays tribute


Establishes Facebook Cause
to help families of the fallen
By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
They come to our aid, often rushing into dan-
ger with little thought for their own safety, pro-
tecting our streets and communities.
They're the men and women who we depend
on in our greatest hours of need, but we often
don't get the opportunity to thank them for all
they do.
Now, thanks to Officer John Pasko with the
Melbourne Police Department, there is a way to


say thanks to the ranks of men and women of
law enforcement.
A 20-year veteran of the force, Officer Pasko
said he was looking for an organization dedi-
cated to paying tribute to police officers last
year when he stumbled on a special feature at
www.facebook.com called a "Facebook
Cause," which allows organizations to post a
free Web page on the site.
"After being in law enforcement for 20
years, we wanted to convey the message of
how much we appreciate those who appreciate
us," Officer Pasko said. "While I was looking
through Facebook, I found no organizations
dedicated to supporting police officers."
So in May, Officer Pasko decided to launch his


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By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
Officials with Space Coast
Youthbuild are doing more
than pouring concrete and
raising walls for low-income
families. They're also help-
ing at-risk youth build con-
fidence, self-esteem and
self-worth while offering
them an opportunity to
make a positive change in
their lives.
Youthbuild USA, the par-
ent organization of Space
Coast Youthbuild, is a pro-
gram in which low-income
young people ages 16-24
work toward their GED
while learning job skills by
building affordable housing
for homeless and low-
income people.
The Space Coast chapter
of Youthbuild works with
Habitat for Humanity of
Brevard to teach students
construction skills while
benefiting low-income
communities.
The program, which is
based at Brevard Communi-
ty College's Cocoa campus,
is federally funded by a
grant through the U.S.
Department of Labor. BCC
acts as the fiscal agent of the
grant.
Michele Raymond, direc-
tor of Space Coast Youth-
build, said most of the stu-
dents who come to her
must meet several criteria
for acceptance in the pro-
gram.
"The guidelines issued by


the Department of Labor
require that students must
be between the ages of 16
and 24, not enrolled in high
school and without a GED,
and must be at-risk in some
way, whether they're adjudi-
cated students or adults,
have a parent in prison or
are low-income," she said.
Students interested in the
program are required to
contact Youthbuild them-
selves to inquire about the
application process, Ms.
Raymond said.
"We make the student call
(rather than the parent),
because they have to want
to be here," she said.
Once they take that first
step, students are evaluated
through a stringent applica-
tion process in which they
are required to take part in
several interviews and drug
tests.
"We analyze them to see if
they're ready to make a pos-
itive change in their lives,"
Ms. Raymond said.
Once selected, students
undergo a three-week boot
camp period to prepare
them for the program. Stu-
dents stay in Youthbuild
anywhere from six months
to a maximum of two years.
Currently, the program is at
capacity with 30 students,
who attend GED prep class-
es and college courses two
days a week and work at a
Habitat for Humanity job
site two days a week. Stu-

See YOUTHBUILD, A3


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Handmade cards will
be mailed to service
men and women
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
Coffee wasn't the only thing on
the menu at the Indian River Cof-
fee Company.
While sipping their cups of Joe,
some patrons took the time to
send a card to some folks who
wouldn't be able to spend Christ-
mas with their families.
From Nov. 30 to Dec. 12, the
two Indian River Coffee Company
shops in Viera and Melbourne
provided all of the materials for
their customers to create a hand-
made Christmas card for a soldier
overseas.
"It was a neat way to be
involved with the community,"
said Andrew Gall, business devel-
opment manager for the coffee
company. "What's better than to
give back to people who make it
possible for us to enjoy our free-
doms and a happy and safe holi-


day. They are really sacrificing in
order for us to enjoy the holidays
while they are away from their
family."
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were made by patrons who came
into the two coffee shops, from
small children to school classes
to retirees.
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inside of a Christmas card and
send it off," said Mr. Gall.
Annette Green, of Close to My
Heart Scrap booking and Stamp-
ing donated the cards and card-
making materials.
"I was thrilled just to make
someone feel good who was far
away from home," said Ms.
Green.
The cards will go to 25 service
men and women stationed in
Germany, the Philippines,
Colombia, Afghanistan and Iraq,
said Mr. Gall.
The 920th Rescue Wing of
Patrick Air force Base will mail
the cards to the service men and
women who are deployed over
the holiday, said Mr. Gall.


During the card-
making event,
Santa took time to
relax and listen to
the Meritt Island
Christian School
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Youthbuild lays foundation for at-risk youth


Offers teens, young adults chance
to complete GED, find a career path


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a venue for those to post
their thanks, comments and
well wishes to law enforce-
ment personnel.
"I opened the page up to
the Melbourne Police
Department, but also glob-
ally, so people from all walks
of life could make a com-
ment," he said.


Once the page was avail-
able on Facebook, some-
thing amazing happened,
Officer Pasko said.
"To my surprise, within a
week, we had 250 mem-
bers," he said. "Within a few
weeks, we had 500 members
and within two months, the
figure jumped to 2,000
members. Our goal for
Christmas is to reach 25,000
members, and the way we're
going, we will."


As of press time, member-
ship figures were in the
upper stratosphere of
approximately 24,900 mem-
bers.
"It's astonishing," Officer
Pasko said. "I receive so
many letters on a daily
basis, and it takes me hours
and hours to read them. I
read everything sent to me
and all who sign up (to
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organization event informa-
tion and share stories,
including those dealing with
the loss of an officer.
"Our message board is a
place for people to express
concern and sorrow and
allows us to pay tribute to
those lost," Officer Pasko
said.
The site has become so
large Officer Pasko has a


staff of six and a board of
directors to keep up with the
demand. The group has also
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lies of the Shield," designed
to assist local needy city
workers and the families of
those lost in the line of duty
financially and at the holi-
days with toys and dona-
tions.
"Our message is if we can
make it any easier for them
in any fashion, that's what
we plan to do," Officer Pasko
said. "We help people with
hardships, and it's com-
pletely confidential."
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year, many of which came
from low-income seniors at
Melbourne's Trinity Towers,
who gave approximately 500
toys.
The group also donated
20 Thanksgiving dinners
this year and expected to
hand out 75 Christmas din-
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Brevard.
Officer Pasko said the
community support gener-
ated by the site both local-
ly and globally is heart-
warming to fellow officers.
"The cost (to join the
group) is free, but the value
of your support is priceless,"
he said.
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'A T,1 i,,' to Those Who
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a donation, call Officer John
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person charged may not face
jail time depending on any
prior criminal record.
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dents are off on Fridays.
"Once selected, they're
employees," Ms. Raymond
said. "They alternate days -
one day at school, one day
at the site. The ultimate goal
is to get them on a career
path."
Once a student earns his
or her GED, they can choose
any curriculum to study at
BCC. Youthbuild, while
focused centrally on teach-
ing students skills in the
construction trade, does not
require students to choose
the construction industry as
a career.
"We focus on high-wage,
high-demand fields, such as
auto mechanics, drafting
and CNAs," Ms. Raymond
said.
Many students have been
successful, working their
way from a place where they
are not enrolled in school to
completing college courses
with As and Bs.
Ms. Raymond is familiar
with all the students'
achievements, and rattles
them off like a proud
momma.
"Of the students who are
just leaving (the program)
this semester, five took (col-
lege) classes," she said.
"Maurice got a B, Travis got
an A and a B, and two ladies
just finished their CNA
courses at the American Red
Cross."
Bruce Challender, con-
struction site manager for
Habitat for Humanity of
Brevard, works one-on-one
with the students at the job
sites, training them in the
construction trades but also
in achieving self-confidence
and self-worth.
"Basically, I'm teaching
them how to work," Mr.
Challender said. "A lot of
them have no idea what a
job entails. I make them
apply what they learned in
school (at the job site). For
example, I never give them a
measurement. I make them
figure it out for themselves."
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At a Habitat for Humanity work site in Cocoa, Space Coast Youthbuild members Chelsey
Jordan, John Brown and Kashara Bailey practice their skills with hammer and nail while


nailing together a header.
students live up to his defi-
nition of success by "making
an internal determination
to make a change in their
life, stop using drugs, get
their act together and
accept cultural differences."
He also works with the
students on conflict resolu-
tion practices, making those
who don't get along discuss
their differences and work
together.
Additionally, at the end of
each work week, Mr. Chal-
lender asks the students to
share something personal
about themselves.
"The last work day (of the
week), we stop a little early
and each one is encouraged
to tell what they learned
about construction and
what they learned about
themselves," Mr. Challender
said, adding that this helps
students learn self-discov-
ery and how to build self-
worth.
"It's not in any book or
manual, but more than
building houses, I want
every student to have self-
worth and self-esteem," he
said. "They need to give it to
themselves. That's the bot-
tom line for me and what I


do."
Tyrone Wall, 19, of Cocoa,
said he joined the program
because he wanted an
opportunity to get back in
school, get a GED, learn
construction skills and help
out the community.
"I kept getting bad grades
in high school," Mr. Wall
said. "My cousin told me
about this program, so I
called to find out more."
Mr. Wall is working on his
GED, and when he earns his
diploma, he'd like to pursue
a career in the culinary arts
at BCC.
Mr. Wall said that while
he's in the program he
enjoys being able to help
others.
"I like being in the pro-
gram because you get to
build houses and help other
people," he said.
Kashara Bailey, 21, of
Cocoa, said she enrolled in
Youthbuild in order to earn
a regular GED.
While experiencing seri-
ous medical problems in
high school and suffering a
stroke, Ms. Bailey said
school officials placed her
in the exceptional student
education program.


"They were going to move
me out of ESE, but then I
had surgery, and when I
came back, they put me
back in ESE. I got a special
diploma, but I wanted a
GED."
Ms. Bailey said she's taken
the math portion of the GED
test and is preparing to take
the language arts portion
while awaiting the results.
She feels the program is a
good fit for her because the
teachers are quite helpful,
and have found a way to
explain difficult subjects in a
way in which she's able to
understand them.
Ms. Bailey added that
while she's having a bit of
difficulty learning some of
the construction trades,
she's had the full support of
her classmates.
"I had some trouble
pounding nails at first, but
they wouldn't let me give
up," she said with a wide
smile. "I don't give up any-
more."
For more information
about Space Coast Youth-
hitid, call Michelle Ray-
mond at (321) 433-7143 or
Cosanne Mistretta at (321)
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be.
I cannot go into detail
about each of the venues,
because there are so many,
and because I was unable to
experience them all in two
days. I will, however, give a
synopsis of the many
venues you might experi-
ence aboard the Oasis.
Also located along the
Royal Promenade you will
find Sorrento's, a place for
pizza almost anytime of the
day into the wee hours of
the morning, as well as Cafr
Promenade for coffee, light
fare and desserts. Bolero's
for those who love salsa
music, On Air Club for up-
to-the-minute sports and
news, but also forWii games
and trivia. Globe and Atlas
Pub, which sports Atlas
holding up the globe high
above the entrance and
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first, the Rising Tides bar
which floats from deck five
to eight. When the bar is on
eight, there is a water light
show where it would park
on deck five.
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of the clubs of old.
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is wild with colors, with
dungeon-like walls sur-
rounding the dance floor.
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nightclub for those who love
to dance through the night.
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Police report


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

David Covington
Williams, 44, address
unknown, was charged Dec.
12 with three counts of pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescrip-
tion.
Michael Wesley Davis,
46, of 130 Poinsettia St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 13
as a habitual traffic offend-
er-driving with a suspended
license.
*William John Flagg, 19, of
1850 Beachclub Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 13
with resisting an officer
without violence, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia,
keeping a shop or vehicle,
etc., for dangerous drugs,
possession of cocaine, flee-
ing and eluding and as a
habitual traffic offender-
driving with a suspended
license.
Michael H. Meredith, 59,
of 2664 Pineapple Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 13
with possession of a weapon
or ammunition by a convict-
ed felon.
Franklin Deland Twigg,
20, of 1664 Muldrew Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 13 with firing a weapon
from a vehicle and two
counts of possession of a
weapon or ammunition by a
convicted felon.
Andrew Jerome Harrell,
53, of 1200 E. University
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 14 with sexual
assault.
George Michael Indeli-


cato, 35, of 1515 Burgess
Court, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 14 with driving
with a suspended license,
fleeing/eluding and aggra-
vated assault with a deadly
weapon.
Candace Renee West, 22,
of 729 E. University Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 14 with criminal mis-
chief causing property dam-
age, burglary and felony bat-
tery.
Justin McClain Jones, 27,
of 1900 Post Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 15
with felony battery.
Larry Jones, 45, of 2829
Colbert Court, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 15 with
felony violation of proba-
tion and carrying a con-
cealed weapon.
Paul A. Franklin, 25, of
682 Bianca Ave., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 16 as a
habitual traffic offender-
driving with a suspended
license.
Carlo D. Darco, 35, of
3290 Cedar Bay Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 17
with fraud, burglary and lar-
ceny.
Troy Alan Melton, 20, of
4417 Doncaster Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 17
as a habitual traffic offend-
er-driving with a suspended
license.

West Melbourne
Police Department

James Buddy Haddock,
44, of 900 Cross Lake Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 12 with resisting an
officer with violence, two
counts of criminal mischief-
causing property damage
and three counts of felony
violation of probation.
Michael Joseph Link, 27,
of 712 John Carroll Lane,


West Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 14 with felony
battery and felony violation
of probation.

Palm Bay
Police Department

James Lee Underwood,
22, of 235 McClain Drive,
West Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 13 with aggra-
vated stalking and two
counts each of criminal mis-
chief causing property dam-
age, violation of probation
and shooting a missile into a
dwelling or vehicle.
Vashti Manmatee Ram-
charitar, 29, of 3040 Mary
St., West Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 17 with pos-
session of cocaine with
intent to sell, manufacture
or deliver, possession of not
more than 20 grams of mari-
juana, possession of drug
paraphernalia, driving with
a suspended license, viola-
tion of driver's license
restrictions and two counts
of possession of a controlled
substance without a pre-
scription.
Brian Timothy Reardi-
gan, 25, of 3232 Lago Vista
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 17 with smug-
gling contraband into
prison, trafficking a con-
trolled substance, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia,
driving with a suspended
license and three counts of
possession of a controlled
substance without a pre-
scription.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

*Anthony Vincent Giuffre,
22, of 1763 Vista Lake Circle,
West Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 11 with battery


and aggravated battery.
Charles Cooper Griggs,
18, of 962 Balmoral Way,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 11 with burglary, grand
theft of a firearm, felony
theft and unlawful posses-
sion of a weapon or ammu-
nition.
Roger William Mansfield,
47, of 1272 Sleepy Hollow
Road, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 11 with sexual
assault and two counts of
lewd and lascivious behav-
ior.
Christian Michael Atkin-
son, 39, of 2909 Vassar St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 12 with two counts
each of felony failure to
appear and felony violation
of probation.
Terry Clyde Lamuska, 52,
of 1188 Arnold Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 12
with two felony counts of
violation of probation.
Scott Dennis Shoff, 49, of
2010 Pennwood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 12
with driving with a suspend-
ed license and three counts
each of possession of
cocaine and selling cocaine.
Michael Everett Bass, 19,
of 831 Spiller St., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 14 with
felony violation of proba-
tion, possession of a
weapon or ammunition by a
delinquent, possession of a
weapon or ammunition by a
convicted felon, possession
of marijuana with intent to
sell, manufacture or deliver,
possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Charles Owen Conner,
25, of 770 Wickham Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 14 with possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a prescription, selling


drugs and two counts each
of selling cocaine and pos-
session of cocaine.
Angela R. McGrath, 26, of
204 Seminole Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 15
with felony violation of pro-
bation.
Chase Bounds, 26, of
1301 Kathwood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 16
with 12 counts of felony vio-
lation of probation.
Latoya L. Jacobs, 30, of
1135 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 16 with being a princi-
pal in the first degree.
Jason Lee Paul, 18, of 282
Hollywood Blvd., West Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 16
with burglary, possession of
not more than 20 grams of
marijuana and larceny.
Perice Norris Peterkin,
33, of 626 Tucker St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 16
with possession of a con-
trolled substance without a
prescription.
Steven Christopher
Pressley, 19, of 105 Seminole
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 16 with disor-
derly intoxication, smug-
gling contraband into a
detention center and pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescrip-
tion.
Jesse Lee Taylor, 39, of
4431 W. New Haven Ave.,


Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 16 with two counts of
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Richard L. White, 40, of
2610 Main St., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 16 with
selling cocaine, possession
of cocaine with intent to
sell, manufacture or deliver
and possession of cocaine.
Tamara Annette Hous-
ton, 47, of 2430 Dordon
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 17 with pos-
session of more than 20
grams of marijuana, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescrip-
tion and
destroying/tampering with
evidence.
Brian Matthew Liotta,
21, of 3151 Regina Court,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 17 with grand theft,
dealing in stolen property
and fraud.
Jeanine Marie Reyes, 41,
of 1900 Post Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 17
with two counts of felony
violation of probation.
Joshua Scott Spainhour,
20, of 710 Missouri St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 17
with resisting an officer
without violence, simple
assault on a law enforce-
ment officer, firefighter or
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Observe the big picture

There is just too much mindless ranting going on here.
Let's all try to get a firm grasp on the obvious facts that seem
to escape everyone.
First, to the rant about a bigger picture than the Democ-
rats or Republicans, I say the big picture is those who con-
trol the parties, which are people and corporations having
unimaginable resources. Right, the government does not
listen to us because we have no power and no money in
comparison. Is that our fault? Or was our power stolen from
us? Everyone seems to agree the government is corrupt and
has grown so large there is not a darn thing we can do about
it.
Second, to the many ranters complaining about the ease
with which illegals can cross our borders to a welcome
party, I say again look at who is in control. Wealthy people
and big corporations need to have cheap hard-working
labor to remain globally competitive and support their
lifestyles. That's why its so easy for illegals to gain access to
jobs and why you are unemployed.
Third, to the endless parade of ranters swooning over our
founding fathers, I say wake up. The ideals attributed to
Hancock, Washington, Adams and the rest are an anachro-
nism. It makes for a nice dream, but seriously it was (more
than) two centuries ago in a country one-tenth the size with
less than one-hundredth the population. Today we have
government by the corporations and of the wealthy.
And fourth, to those who tediously hit the ball of blame
back and forth between the Democrats and the Republi-
cans, do you really believe that our so-called "elected" Con-
gress and president have that much control?
I say it matters little: Transgressions against the people
will continue with either party, the only difference being
who is the benefactor.

What is Hoaxenhagen?

While the U.S. media, for the most part, is trying to ignore
the largest scientific scandal of global proportions, the rest
of the world is steaming
(h ttp://blogs. telegraph.co. uk/news/jamesdeling-
pole/100018003/climategate-five-aussie-mps-lead- the- way-
by- resigning- in-disgust- over- carbon- tax/).
The revelation, obtained from purloined e-mail mes-
sages, that the "science" of global warming was faked,
comes as a shock to the true believers. Those with common
sense knew this all along. Rather than using their fraudu-
lent computer models, we now know that these "scientists"
would have been more accurate if they had consulted with
supermodels.
The truth in this scandal lies not with the denials of the
"scientists" involved, but in the model's software. Why did-
n't it predict the cooling since 1998?
I am now petitioning the U.S. government to create a
global warming bailout fund. This fund is to be used to
rewrite the phony textbooks, presently used in our re-edu-
cation camps (the public school system and universities). I
also want this fund to repay all those students, who studied
meteorology, climatology and any others who were trained
in false science.
In addition, I want Section 321 of the Clean Energy Act of
2007, which effectively bans (by January 2014) incandes-
cent bulbs that produce 310-2600 lumens of light, to be
repealed.
Al Gore, the inventor of the Gorelet (the two-flush toilet)
and the high priest of the religious global warming belief
system, has made a fortune on the hoax of carbon credits,
which were created by Enron. I want him to redistribute his
wealth back to the rightful owners.
In addition, I want a new government program to replace
all Gorelets that are currently installed. This program
should be named "Cash for Dumpers." But not to be too
hard on Prince Albert, who was after all a "D" science stu-
dent at Harvard, for if he had not invented the Internet,
there would have been no e-mails to purloin.

Science equals perception?

I am torn.
As a scientist, I can tell you that it's not possible to accu-
rately predict a few fractions of one degree of temperature
change as a function of a few parts per million of a gas in a





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Letters


A response to 'What
happened to U.S.'

To the editor:
The writer of "What hap-
pened to U.S.?" in the Dec.
11 issue makes a lot of
points by misquoting the
facts and using hazy com-
parisons. He quotes the
highest employment num-
bers for the Bush adminis-
tration as 4.5 percent, when
in reality the unemploy-
ment numbers at the end of
the Bush term were on the
order of 8 percent. Sounds
like a plummet to me.
Next, he says that the
stock market rose to over
14,000 points under Bush
but plummeted his words
to under 6,500 points under
Obama.
Well, on Jan. 16, under
Bush, the market closed at
8,216 points, down 58 per-
cent from the high.
Sounds like a plummet to
me.
The low so far under
Obama was 6,400 points
down another 22 percent


by March 9, then it began
an upward climb and is
now over 10,000 points.
Doesn't sound much like
a plummet under Obama
to me.
Next we learn that the
value of the writer's home
nearly tripled. Americans
were buying new cars, tak-
ing cruises, buying second
homes and vacation houses
and living large. All the time
some were pointing out
that this bubble couldn't
last as credit card debt spi-
raled upward and people
used their mortgage equity
as a piggy bank. Well, it did-
n't last and the downward
plummet began in 2004.
Guess who was president
then?
Gasoline got to over $5
per gallon under which
president? It wasn't
Obama. Guess again.
Unemployment is over 9
percent and rising. Yes it is,
but the business climate is
getting better and, for those
who know such things,
employment is a lagging
indicator, meaning that it's


complex multiphase global system, even with all the best
technology, instruments and computer modeling available
today. I know this first-hand from the environmental mod-
eling I have worked on under various grants for nearly 15
years.
Nonetheless, I can tell you that my firm belief in Robin
Hood economics and my pure disgust that human beings
have ruined a once beautiful planet make the science of
global warming as accurate as I need it to be.

Scrap cap-and-trade

Cap-and-trade will raise prices for the energy we get from
natural gas, coal and oil. Putting a tax on carbon means that
every American who flips a light switch, turns a car key, or
buys anything made or shipped in this country will pay
more.
How much more? Well, the Congressional Budget Office
reports that a 15 percent CO2 reduction would cost an aver-
age household $1,600 a year.
Cap-and-trade is also a regressive tax. It would take a big-
ger chunk out of the paychecks of the poor. You didn't think
stores, restaurants, and manufacturing would absorb the
additional cost of doing business, did you?
In our dreadful economy, why would Obama and his
Democrat cronies support a program that will shift jobs
overseas? Any company currently overseas, like Apple and
Nike, would fare better than competitors that make their
products in America.
So who benefits at the expense of the American people?
It's the usual suspects like AIG, Wall Street and Al Gore.

The etiquette of befriending

I am a middle-aged woman with school-age children.
When I moved here about a year ago, I didn't know a single
person. I've been shocked at how ridiculously difficult it's
been to make friends. I have had brief encounters with
absolutely lovely people, but those I see on a regular basis
are varying shades of unsociable. Given that I have friends
in other states with similar experiences, as a public service
I'm offering the following instructions, based on my person-
al encounters:
1. If someone you do not know smiles at you, the kindest
response is to smile back. Giving a look that says, "What the
hell do you want?" just makes you look like a paranoid jerk.
2. If a stranger you see on a regular basis, perhaps at your
child's school or after-school class, strikes up a conversa-
tion, do not be alarmed. Responding in kindness does not
mean you must be his/her new best friend, or give her
money or a kidney. It can be pleasant just to chat. Really.
3. If you come across someone of a different race, religion,
creed, country, state, political bent, age group, weight, IQ,


one of the last things to
improve after a recession,
that, incidently, began in
2008 when, guess who, was
president?
More than $2.5 trillion
dollars have evaporated
from our investment port-
folio. Gosh, the bubble
burst. Who was president at
the big bang?
Hint, it wasn't Obama.
Democrats have tripled the
annual deficit. When Bush
was elected in 2000, he
inherited a surplus from -
take a guess, a Democrat.
When he left office in 2009
he had spent his way
through trillions. Before he
left his administration
bailed out the banks.
Think Paulson who brought
in by Bush.
How many Americans
miss G. W Bush, the writer
asks. Not many, it would
seem. All G. W ever wanted
to be was baseball commis-
sioner. Under his watch we
got 9/11, the Iraq quagmire,
the housing bust, the reces-
sion and torture of war
prisoners, to name a few.


He does deserve some
credit, he went away grace-
fully.

Earl F.Gill
Melbourne Beach

Comment on 'What
happened to U.S.?

To the editor:
I read with interest the
opinion of the gentlemen
from Cocoa regarding the
above subject.
I concur with everything
he said and would like to
add the following:
Since when is it accept-
able for the president and
Congress to bribe other
congressional members
using taxpayers' money in
order to get their vote? As
we all know, this is the only
way they can get this health
care debacle passed.
This is downright dishon-
est and un-American. Any-
one weak enough to take a
bribe should be voted out

See LETTERS, A7


socioeconomic background, educational level, fashion
sense or whatever, do not automatically reject her. That is
called intolerance, and it's ugly. Calm down, take a deep
breath if you need to, and broaden your horizons.
4. If someone contacts you about getting together, maybe
for coffee or a play date, do not ignore him/her. Respond,
even if you decline the invitation. But it wouldn't kill you to
accept.
5. If you tell someone you will call, then call. If you don't
want to call that person, don't say you will. Didn't most of us
learn this as teenagers?
Now for any overachievers out there, here's an extra-
credit project: If you know of someone who recently moved
here, make it a point to meet him/her. Offer your friendship.
If you have children of similar ages, host a playdate kids
need friends, too, especially when they've moved away from
everyone they've ever known. Alternately, you could chat up
a stranger you often see somewhere. I'm sure I'm not the
only one who would greatly appreciate the effort, especially
on a day when I'm nursing a fresh rejection.
Let me stress that you aren't required to become best-
friends-forever with anyone. You don't even have to contact
a person again if the encounter ends in hurt feelings, dis-
comfort or a brawl. But what is more likely is that you will
make a nice new acquaintance, perhaps even a friend. And
your kindness will be a blessing to someone who is feeling
alone, homesick or unwelcome.
Really, it all comes down to that near-universal ethical
standard, the golden rule: Treat others how you would like
to be treated. Got it? Lesson over. Don't fail the test.

What happened to American independence?

What happened to America? I would really like to know
why our government allows people from other countries to
come to our country and become Americans and then they
get to apply for benefits that they did not even earn. I am a
born American, I worked in this country and for this coun-
try in the U.S. Army. It took me years before I was able to get
my disabled benefits, while these people get it sooner.
What has happened to the veterans who risked their lives
and they are struggling day by day in the streets, no place to
go and yet these people from another country get to live a
life of comfort?
This does not make sense to me that this country is pay-
ing other countries to do the work and send the product to
us. Why can't we create jobs here to make the same product?
I say shame on the government for the care that they
show to other countries and not to their own.
I also say shame on the "We the People" for not being like
those forefathers who were for their independence.
I hope I have touched the hearts of those of you who are
Americans.







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Letters
From page A6
of Congress regardless of
party. Congress no long rep-
resents the people. They are
interested in power and get-
ting re-elected. Come on
Americans, let's vote out
these members who no
longer represent the people.
Merle Gelles
Viera

Help find the kind
quilter
To the editor:
My husband was in a one
vehicle accident on 1-95 in
October, he took down some
trees and the truck was
totaled, but all he came away
with was a broken wrist,
cracked ribs and a concus-
sion.
While in the emergency
room, a nurse had to cut his
shirt off and when I men-
tioned it was the comfort
most of our family snuggled
in when sick or injured, she
asked if she could keep some
of the pieces. She explained
she makes quilts for police
officers to keep in their vehi-
cles in case they run into an
abused or injured child, and
since it seemingly kept my
husband safe, maybe it
would do the same for a
child.
Things were pretty busy for
a few days, but I went to find


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her before my husband was
released and she was no
longer working at the hospi-
tal. I would love to follow the
pieces of flannel, but have
checked with all the hospi-
tals, police agencies and
quilting shops in Brevard and
can't find this kind lady.
Perhaps this nurse or
someone that she knows
might read this and contact
me. I would appreciate any
help.
Rose Padrick
Port Saint John
(321) 433-1197

Nursing home
residents should
know their rights
To the editor:
On behalf of the more than
400 volunteer long-term care
ombudsmen statewide who
advocate for improved quality
of life and care for residents, I
am writing to share a concern
about a growing trend in
Florida's nursing homes, the
improper transfer or dis-
charge of nursing home resi-
dents. Proper resident trans-
fer and discharge processes
are crucial to protecting the
safety and ensuring the well-
being of elders who live in
nursing homes.
When a nursing home initi-
ates the transfer or discharge
of a resident who has lived
there at least 30 days, facility
staff must provide the resi-


dent with a written 30-day
notice of the transfer or dis-
charge, unless certain condi-
tions exist.
Under state and federal law,
a resident may only be dis-
charged for one of six speci-
fied reasons, including if he or
she falls behind in payment, if
he or she is endangering
him/herself or others or if the
facility is unable provide ade-
quate care for the resident's
needs. Both endangerment
and a facility's inability to care
for the resident must be docu-
mented in the resident's med-
ical record. This documenta-
tion for discharge may only be
completed by the facility's
medical director or the resi-
dent's physician. If this
authorization occurs, the resi-
dent and her legal representa-
tive must then be given prop-
er notice of the facility's intent
to discharge the resident.
If the resident falls behind
on his or her payments, the
nursing home has the duty to
assist the resident in enrolling
in the appropriate Medicaid
or Medicare Programs to
cover the costs. If a resident is
still behind in payment after
the assistance is provided,
then the facility may dis-
charge the individual with a
written 30-day notice.
A copy of all discharge
notices must be sent to the
local long-term care ombuds-
man office. This notice gives
ombudsmen the opportunity
to review cases and facilitate
any communication neces-
sary between a resident and


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the facility, ensuring each res-
ident receives the treatment
and respect they deserve and
that his or her right to chal-
lenge an improper transfer or
discharge is protected.
Residents should never be
threatened with a transfer or
discharge by any staff mem-
ber. Any such threats are a
violation of federal and state
law and should be reported to
the ombudsman and/or to
the Agency for Health Care
Administration.
All residents have the right
to file a request for a fair hear-
ing to appeal a discharge. If a
resident has reason to believe
he or she has grounds for
such an appeal, the Long-
Term Care Ombudsman Pro-
gram encourages these indi-
viduals to file a request for
hearing within the first 10
days of receiving the notice.
Acting within the initial 10 day
window allows a resident to
remain in the current facility
until the hearing is conclud-
ed. An ombudsman volunteer
can assist in the hearing
process as well as represent
residents at the hearing. If you
or a loved one has concerns
about a transfer or discharge
notice, or any other issues
concerning a long-term care
facility resident, call us toll-
free at 1 (888) 831-0404 or visit
http://ombudsman. myflori-
da.com.
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leeb@elderaffairs.org
(850) 414-2323


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Broken Barrel Tavern:
1980s New Year's Eve part
with Odie's Bones Thursday.
The Barrel is at 4700 Bab-
cock St., Palm Bay. Call
(321) 728-4755.
Coconuts on the Beach:
Nashville Mike will perform
1-5 p.m. Saturday. Absolute
Blue will play 1-5 p.m. Sun-
day. Mo Geetz will play the
New Year's Eve bash Thurs-
day. Coconuts is at 25 S.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 784-1422.
Dog N' Bone British
Pub: The Matt Sams Band
will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday and Tuesday. Vin-
tage will play the New Year's
Eve bash Thursday. Dog N'
Bone is at 9 Stone St., Cocoa
Village. Call (321) 636-2828.
Doubles Beachside Tiki
Bar: Mike and Mikey will
play 7-11 p.m. Saturday.
Doubles is at 1894 S. Patrick
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. Call (321) 773-5341.
Earl's Hideaway
Lounge: Ernie Southern
and the Red Hot Delta Blues
will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday
and 8 p.m. to midnight
Tuesday. Stoney and the
House Rockers will play
New Year's Eve. Earl's is at
1405 Indian River Drive,
Sebastian. Call (772) 589-
5700.
Fishlips Waterfront Bar
and Grill: High Tide will
play 4-8 p.m. Saturday. The
Tiki Band will play 5-9 p.m.
Sunday. The Tiki Band will
play NewYear's Eve. Fishlips
is at 610 Glen Cheek Drive,
Cape Canaveral. Call (321)
784-4533.
Grills Seafood Deck &
Tiki Bar: Mo Geetz will play
7:30-11:30 p.m. Saturday.
Grills is at 505 Glen Cheek
Drive, Port Canaveral. Call
(321) 868-2226.
Key West Bar: Danny
Morris Band will play 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday. Key West
Bar is at 2286 A1A, Indian
Harbour Beach. Call (321)
773-1577.
Lou's Blues: Spanks
Band will play 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday. Fat City will
play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Saturday. Danny Morris
Band will play 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Tuesday. Chain Reac-
tion will play New Year's
Eve. Lou's Blues is at 3191
A1A, Indialantic. Call (321)
779-2299.
Milliken's Reef: Entasys
will play 6-10 p.m. Friday
and New Year's Eve. Mil-
liken's Reef is at 683 Dave
Nisbet Drive, Port Canaver-
al. Call (321) 783-0100.
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Celebrate the New Year with The Groove


WGRV-FM
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New Year's
Eve Jazz Ball
By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com

This New Year's Eve
party is going to be groovy.
WGRV-FM 93.7 and
107.9 will host its 4th
annual NewYear's Eve Jazz
Ball Thursday, Dec. 31, at
the Melbourne Hilton
Rialto Hotel adjacent to
Melbourne International
Airport.
Randy Bennett, station
manager for The Groove,
said the station is fulfilling
an untapped need in
Brevard County.
"We saw a need a couple
of years ago that there
wasn't anything out there
for the adult crowd who
wants to get dressed up
and have a nice dinner (on
NewYear's Eve)," he said.
"And as far as I know, we
are the only sit-down,
plated, served dinner (in
the area). Most everything
else is a buffet. It's a very
classy, upscale adult
party."
Jazz band C1 Jazz, based
in Jacksonville and known
as a jazz-funk band, will
perform from 9-1 p.m. The
group, which recently
played a few opening gigs
for Earth, Wind & Fire, is
celebrating the release of


Photo courtesy of WGRV-FM The Groove
Jazz band Cl Jazz, a Jacksonville-based jazz-funk band,
will perform at The Groove's New Year's Eve Jazz Ball
Thursday, Dec. 31, at the Melbourne Hilton Rialto Hotel
adjacent to Melbourne International Airport.


its second album, "A New
Beginning."
"They'll play their jazz
stuff early, then move on
to the funk," Mr. Bennett
said. "The thing is, we
want to get people out and
dancing."
Tickets are $99 per
person and include an
open bar cocktail hour
with hors d'oeuvres; one
free alcoholic beverage
with dinner; a full-service,
plated, four-course meal; a
champagne toast at
midnight; unlimited iced
tea and coffee; prizes and
a balloon drop at mid-
night; premium party


favors; an elegant ball-
room setting; a disc jockey
spinning dance music
between band sets; and
reserved table seating.
Dinner includes a choice
of chicken, steak or
vegetarian entree, salad,
rolls, potatoes, vegetables
and chocolate mousse for
dessert.
Doors open at 7 p.m.,
when the cocktail hour
begins. Dinner is served at
8 p.m. and dancing takes
place from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
A special party and hotel
package is available for
$349 and includes party
tickets for two; an


overnight hotel stay with
late checkout; a bottle of
wine, flowers and a free
jazz music CD in the
room; and a full breakfast
for two. The party and
hotel package can only be
booked by directly calling
The Groove at (321) 722-
4100.
"For the value for two
people, it's a really nice
package," Mr. Bennett said.
Mr. Bennett added that
he and the staff at The
Groove strive to make the
evening a comfortable and
enjoyable one.
"We do not fill the room
to capacity," he said. "We
leave more room between
the tables and put up an
extra large dance floor."
Mr. Bennett concluded
by saying that the event
has a little something for
everyone.
"Even if you're not into
jazz, we're going to have a
well-rounded program," he
said.
The New Year's Eve Jazz
Ball is scheduled from 1
p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday,
Dec. 31, at the Melbourne
Rialto Hilton Hotel
adjacent to Melbourne
International Airport.
Tickets are $99 per person,
and patrons are encour-
aged to purchase tickets
early, as the event is
expected to sell out.
For more information,
visitwww.thegroove.com
or call (321) 722-4100 or
(321) 951-9310.


Out & about


SATURDAY, DEC. 26

Farmer's market: 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Corner of Eau Gallie
Boulevard and Highland
Avenue in Melbourne, next to
Brevard Museum of Art. Live
music from 9 a.m. to noon.
Call (321) 254-3261.

TUESDAY, DEC. 29

Bowfire Holiday Heart
Strings: 7:30 p.m. King's
Center of Performing Arts,
3835 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. A holiday-
themed performance with
some of the world's best
fiddlers and violinists with
step dancing and singing.
Tickets are $28, $36 and $42.
Box office (321) 242-2219.

NEW YEAR'S EVE
FESTIVITIES

THURSDAY, DEC. 31

S'Cocoa's Family New


Year's Celebration': 5-9
p.m. Thursday, Dec. 31.
Riverfront Park in Historic
Cocoa Village. A family-
friendly, non-alcoholic New
Year's Eve celebration with
live musical and dance
performances, face paint-
ing, silhouette and carica-
ture artists, arts and crafts,
youth amusements, a
children's countdown with
balloon drop at 9 p.m. and
much more. Admission is
free for adults and children
may participate in unlimit-
ed activities with the
purchase of a $5 activity
button. Call (321) 639-
3500, visit
www.cocoafl.org, or e-mail
Imoody@cocoafl.org.
New Year's Eve Jazz
Ball: 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Hilton
Melbourne Rialto Place,
200 Rialto Place. Live
entertainment by the jazz
band C-1. Tickets are $99
per person and include:
Open bar cocktail hour,
hors d'oeuvres, four-course
dinner with one free


alcoholic beverage, cham-
pagne toast at midnight,
party favors, reserved table
seating and much more.
Hosted by WGRV The
Groove. Advanced tickets
required. Call (321) 722-
4100 or visit www.The-
Groove.org.
SWild West New Year's
Eve party: 7 p.m. to 1 a.m..
Wild West Saloon, Cocoa
Expo, 500 Friday Road,
Cocoa. Live music by Sweet
Water Junction, buffet
dinner, dancing and best
dressed cowboy and
cowgirl contest. A family-
friendly event with a
champagne toast and
fireworks at midnight.
Tickets are $15 in advance
and $20 at the door. Call
(321) 639-3976, Ext. 16.
Royal Oak Golf Resort
New Year's Eve extrava-
ganza: 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Royal Oak, 2150 County
Club Road, Titusville. Large
dinner buffet, cash bar,
champagne toast music
and dancing. On-site


lodging available. Cost is
$50 per person.
Duran Golf Club New
Year's Eve celebration:
7:30 p.m. 7032 Stadium
Parkway, Viera. Cocktails,
heavy hors d'oeuvres and a
champagne toast. After
midnight a continental
breakfast will be served.
Call (321) 504-7776.
New Year's Eve dinner
and dance: 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 31. Dinner
served at 8 p.m. Martin
Andersen Senior Center,
1025 S. Florida Ave.,
Rockledge. Live music by
Steve Kirsner & friends.
Cost is $20. Call (321) 636-
4972 for ticket information.
New Year's Eve party:
8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday,
Dec. 31. Greater Palm Bay
Senior Center, 1275 Culver
Drive, Palm Bay. Open to
the public. Cost is $20 and
includes buffet at 10 p.m.,
champagne toast, cake and
coffee at midnight and


See OUT, B3


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 12-25-2009


Aries-March 21-April 19
You know what you want.
Stay centered on your main
goals. Listen closely. You
are in a very positive energy
pattern right now. Find a lit-
tle quality time for yourself.
Do a few deep breathing
exercises when you first
wake up. It's better than
drinking two cups of coffee.
Now you are running on
your own steam. Good
luck.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Let go of the past and move
on. Don't expect others to
do things your way without
a commitment. You can't
rescue the wounded. Stop
trying. Your place in this
world is to keep a steady
pace, move forward and
live an exciting, inspired,
joy-filled life. You have all
this potential. Make the
best of it. It's your destiny.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
You continue to shine in
wonderful ways. Why? You
listen to your inner guid-
ance. You move forward
when it feels right. Many
friends are proud of you.
Stay focused on your three
top priorities. Less impor-
tant things can wait. Keep
this plan going in 2010 and
you will have the best year
of your life just ahead.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
There is much more to life
than basic survival. All the
earthly pleasures will not
sustain you until you feed
your emotional and spiritu-
al needs first. Take it one
day at a time and trust your
very first impressions. This
is possible for you because
of your extra large heart.
You can do it. Your personal
happiness depends on it.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Recent successes have
motivated you to wanting
even more. Just be sure to
not take on too many
things at once. No reason
to get scattered now. You
know what feels right. It's
good to make a written
plan or agenda every day.
Be flexible but follow it
closely. It will move you for-
ward and insure success.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Continue to keep a loving,
open heart during the holi-
days and beyond. It puts
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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


Scene
From page B1

Murdock's Bistro & Char
Bar: Patti and Frank will play
6-9 p.m. Wednesday. The
Oldmen Brothers will play
the Woodstock Party New
Year's Eve. Murdock's is at


Out
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entertainment by Bruce
Baker. BYOB. Call (321) 724-
1338 to reserve.
New Year's Eve Reggae
party: 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Sandbar Sports Grill, 4301
Ocean Beach Blvd., cocoa
Beach. Live music by New
World Beat. Call (321) 799-
2577.
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New Year's Eve party: 9
p.m. to 2 a.m. The Space
Station, Clarion Hotel, 260
S.R. 250, Merritt Island. Live
entertainment by Switch
and event and room
packages for couples from
$79.95 to $149.95 with a
room, champagne toast, a
buffet dinner and more. Call
(321) 452-7711, Ext. 500.
S'New Year's Eve Extrav-
aganza': 8 p.m. Internation-
al Palms Resort (Formerly
Holiday Inn) in cocoa Beach.
Featuring entertainment by
the Groucho Comedy show,
Brevard's 2008 Idol other
guests and an Elvis imper-
sonator. Hot and cold hours
d'oeuvres, party favors and a
champagne toast at mid-
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600 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. Call
(321) 633-0600.
Off the Traxx: Vintage will
play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sat-
urday. Off the Traxx is at 918
E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 327-2919.
The River Roost: The
Dick & Dale Show is 2-7 p.m.
Sunday and 7-10 p.m.
Wednesday. Tropical Yuppies


will play New Year's Eve. The
Roost is at 891 State Road
520, Merritt Island. Call (321)
452-6606.
Sandbar Sports Grill:
Freeway will play 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Saturday. Vintage will
play 3-7 p.m. Sunday. Mon-
day is Cabana Revival with
the Rev. Billy C. Wirtz at 4:30
p.m. Pat Michaels will lead


Mellow Wednesdays from 3-
7 p.m. Sandbar is at 4301
Ocean Beach Blvd., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 799-2577.


The Shamrock Room:
Live music 7-11 p.m. Friday
and Saturday. Texas Hold'Em
7 p.m. Wednesday. Jazz with


Matt Heister Trio Thursday
night. The Shamrock is at 103
Harrison St., Cocoa Village.
Call (321)634-5555.


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Ethel & Fred's Entee Restaurant now open for dinner


By Jennifer Nessmith
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We all know it and love it,
but sometimes it's hard to find
comfort food made the way
Mom used to make it.
Look no further than Ethel
& Fred's Entree Restaurant, a
longstanding Melbourne
establishment now under
new ownership.


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Nancy Romaine and her
daughter, Christina, took over
the restaurant last January,
and since then, have made
major changes to the menu.
"We try to make everything
from scratch," Ms. Romaine
said. "We make all of our own
gravy, we use real roast beef
and turkey and we dry-age all
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After years of serving only
breakfast and lunch, Ms.
Romaine recently opened the
establishment for dinner as
well, offering different spe-
cials every day of the week
ranging from spare ribs to pot
roast to Fettuccine Alfredo.
Come in for a home-cooked
Southern-style breakfast,
including homemade
omelets, pancakes and
French toast or biscuits with
sausage gravy. Sides include
toast, home fries, hash
browns, grits or corned beef
hash.
Breakfast is served daily
from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at regu-
lar menu prices. Add an addi-
tional $1 surcharge for break-
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fast between 11 a.m. and 1
p.m. Breakfast is not served
past 1 p.m.
If you can't make it in for
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restaurant's many lunch
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Start the meal with some-
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Or, if you're in the mood for
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try a sandwich from the deli,
made with your choice of
ham, turkey, roast beef, tuna
salad, chicken salad or egg
salad.
If nothing but a burger will
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children's menu. All entrees
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include choices such as a
hamburger, cheeseburger,


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peanut butter.
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and several lunch items are
available for $4 or less.
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Restaurant is at 3016 W. New
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Sunday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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new aluminum, with cov-
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BICYCLES, 20" and 1
24", used $20 each
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intro, blue, professional
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BOOK PAPER back
excellent condition, 135,
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CAGES, SMALL animal
30" X 30.5X 14" $45.
27" X 27" X 16/5" $ 35.
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mobile, $50
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leather. Paid $200 want
only $75 Like new
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CHAIRS, 2 old windsor,
2 bamboo chairs, $45
each pair 321-446-9860
CHAISE LOUNGE, wick-
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Exercise bike $90
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CHANGING TABLE/
dresser/ hutch, beautiful
cond. matching bunk-
beds $200 321-777-9310
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Dell, complete, Windows
XP & flat screen monitor,
$199, 321-271-7311
COMPUTER W/ Monitor
Omni Tech, good back
up, working, $50
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monitor, works great,
$100, 321-728-9003
COMPUTER, HP,
Windows XP, very good
cond. cd burner not work-
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DOLL HOUSE, minia-
ture, victorian 1" scale
30" wide, 45" high, $200
321-749-3344
DRAWING BOARD, 30"x
42", like new, with chair,
lamp and floor mat, $110
321-327-4782
DRESSER, 9 DRAWER
all wood, $75, twin size
day bed, white, $65
321-837-1181 SoBrev
FAX, PRINTER copier,
Canon Super G3-L170
software & manual $35
321-254-8488
FILING CABINET, 4
drawer, legal size, with
filing folders, $120
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FLOOR LAMP, flowered,
tiffany style kitchen light
fixture excellent cond,
$100 all 321-259-6912
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chest type. 6 months old.
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wide $25 321-259-1948
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rniture, futon, desk,
dresser, chairs, $200 for
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SQ Dymo 10.5 driver,
regular flex graphite shaft
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GOLF IRONS, LH
Adams 3-6 hybrid 7-PW
Reg graphite $140
321-639-7013 NoBrev
GUITAR & AMP, First
Act, well working, little
crack in guitar, fixable,
$85, 321-698-0680
HOOD SCOOP, 1966
Chevy Chevelle SS hood
scoops, 2, good cond.
$180, 201-919-1882
JOINTERI PLANER,
Sears, 6 1/8", cast iron
on casters, $185.
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KITCHEN TABLE, Octa-
gon w/ leaf. Grey formi-
ca,, 6 upholstered chairs
on wheels, 2 captains.
$125 321-474-0277
MATTRESS, QUEEN
and box spring w/ frame,
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excellent condition, $65,
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RD350, last ridden 1996,
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OTTOMAN, large, 32x26,
designer palm tree
upholstery, new cond.
$75, 321-455-9870
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plates, service for 6 plus
extras, $30
321-727-3162
POSTER- 'Lady in the
dark', 1943 #ed, 1/2
sheet, good cond, $199
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shore, 48', 30 amp, pow-
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SWING, CHILDS w/ foot
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computer desk, large,
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TABLE, DINING table
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TABLE/ CHAIRS for of-
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TELEVISION, 27" Phil-
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$100 obo, F250 rims w/
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TV, ZENITH, excellent
working condition, $50
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VANITY, OAK 34" $125
obo, steel exterior door
w/ pet door out swing $50
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WALKER new with front
wheels must sell, cost
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PALM BAY: 2/2 2nd fir
condo, newer appliances.
W/D, Pool, $575/mo Incl
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good. Sony Stereo, CD
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Door Spkers. 130K mi
$3000 obo 772-473-0305
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1997 67K actual miles.
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MELBOURNE 55+ Lk of
Melbourne dblw 2-br/2-ba
carport, utility room. tile,
laminate, carpet thru-out.
All amenities. $18,500 or
best offer. 321-795-4405
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321-806-1240


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N. MELBOURNE 55+
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shed. Safe quiet park. 5
mins to Ocean. River
view Park US-1 $12,000
321-557-3074/254-5332

Melbourne Mobile
Homes For Sale


Many to choose
from. Starting at
$2900. Lot rents
from $374/mo.
Free cable,
park financing S


(Adult Park)
Lot rent $325/mo.
Includes Water,
Sewer, Garbage.
Call Park Manager,
Tom for more info:
407-283-5277


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VERO BEACH 55+ 3/3
Riverview condo IR Blvd.
Top floor (5th). Views of
intracoastal, & shops.
New carpet, windows,
fixtures & paint, Quiet.
$995/mo + sec. No
smoking 772-231-4023
VIERA: Greens at Viera
East, 2nd floor, 2br/2ba
scrn balcony, pool, exer-
cise room $750/mo 1 yr
least 321-480-7234
WEST MELBOURNE:
Almost new, 1/1 Ig bath
& walk-in closet, plus pa-
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cable & internet.
321-726-5846



COCOA: 3br/1ba/garage
1 blk from river w/family
rm, porch, Ig fenced yard,
wood firs, Lawn care incl.
$750/mo. 321-639-3478
MELBOURNE Downtown
3br/2ba 1250sf. scrn
porch +workshop. Walk
to river & historic area.
$795/mo.413-684-1436
OLD ROCKLEDGE- near
river, smoke free, 3/2/2
FL room, fireplace, large
oaks, privacy fence,
10x40 awning, 20x20 out
building, very clean,
$1200/mo. 321-631-7120
Palm Bay Pay Yourself!
Buy rent or rent to own
3/4bdrm from $800mo.
pmts go toward dwn pmt.
321-726-9424; 591-8787
PALM BAY 3bdrm/2bath
2car garage $700/mo.
Woodside Condo 2bdrm/
2baths, new carpet/tile
$650/mo. 321-255-1661


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$4200 firm 321-557-3074
WANTED JAPANESE
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800-622-2832
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park, Reduced $5900, lot
rent $295,convenient loc
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mention code 5063
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Very affordable, several
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Tracts range in size from
4.5 8 acres. All tracts
are $4000 per acre with
$2000 down & owner fi-
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PALM BAY NE: Big CBS
3/2/2 family room, No
pets $800 WD Realty
321-723-3311

AFFORDABLE
PALM BAY Pool
Home 2br/2 ba/ 2cg,
Huge patio w/lg p0o.
Fenced double lot. Nice
quiet area, good neigh-
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tile, appliances, fresh
paint. Small Pet OK.
850/mo 772-260-3217
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ances, Screen Porch,
$1000/mo Call Ronnie at
321-508-5444
SE PALM BAY: Clean
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fenced yard. Pets ok.
Close to BCC. Broad
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Lease / lease purchase,
rates vary 321-543-7677



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location on quiet street.
1/1 ceramic tile,new paint
Reduced! $480/mo incls.
washer/dryer,lawn, water,
trash .C11 321-R69-2784


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WANTED: Old Japanese
Motorcycles Kawasaki
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1972-1976,KZ1000
(1976-1980),KZ1000R
(1982,1983),Z1R, S1-250
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park. $0 down $0 interest
$499 per month, includes
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772-359-5231
305-247-4021
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Great location close to
beach, & shopping. 772-
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