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Hope lives at Genesis House

Program helps teens, young mothers achieve goals


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Mary Allen, left, plays with one-week-old baby Daniel
and his mother, a resident of Genesis House in Mel-
bourne. The facility provides housing for pregnant and
young mothers as they seek higher education.


GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Homeless and pregnant at 25 years old,
Courtney decided it was time to make
some changes in her life.
Without a high school diploma and
lacking independent living skills, Court-
ney, whose last name has been omitted,
faced a daunting challenge to find a well-
paying job to support herself and her new
baby.
She turned to Melbourne-based Gene-
sis House, a shelter for homeless preg-
nant teens and young women, and home-
less student mothers with children.
"Often, we get women in here because
of bad choices they've made," said Mary


War At Home


This Week


The chase for the


state high school
soccer title begins
with local tournament
action Jan. 22


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Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne residents Melinda Stone, Cammie Donaldson and Cathy Stanton participat-
ed in the 'Emergency Rally to Stop Iraq Escalation' in Melbourne last week. More than
120 people participated in the event.

Brevard residents divided by

presidential decision for 'surge'

Many throughout the community are 'war-weary'


BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer
Brevard County residents are speaking
out in the wake of President Bush's
announcement of increased troop
deployments to Iraq.
"I like that President Bush 'owned-up'
to any mistakes that have been made,"
said Matt DuPree, who has three broth-
ers serving in the military, two of whom


are deployed to the Middle East,
"I think it's sad, though, how political
the war has become," he said.
Mr. DuPree admitted that his opinion
was biased because he is a longtime sup-
porter of President Bush, and a lifelong
Republican, but said he supported the
president's action because it keeps the
fighting off American soil.


I See BUSH, A7


Allen, director of Genesis House. "But get-
ting an education that's a good choice."
With the help of a small group of volun-
teers, Genesis House started with one
rented apartment in 1977. Thirty years
later, the operation has helped more than
9,000 women and children.
Last year, 78 women and 71 children
resided at Genesis House, and 12 babies
were born to residents.
The organization is now governed by a
board of directors, and has three full-time
house managers.
The goal of Genesis House is to help
young women get an education and learn
self-discipline and self-reliance. With
) See RESIDENTIAL, A2


Palm Bay Road


project gets lift


from neighbors

County, cities contributions.
Brevard County, Mel-
to make up bourne, West Melbourne
difference in and Palm Bay officials
met Jan. 8 to discuss the
FDOT funds options, and agreed to' a
tentative solution.
BY JENNIFER STAHL Palm Bay city manager
Staff writer Lee Feldman offered to
seek permission from the
Brevard County and Palm Bay City Council for
local municipal govern- the city to take out a $15.6
.ment officials may have a million loan from the
financial solution Florida League of Cities
designed to expedite the commercial paper loan
widening of Palm Bay pool. The commercial
Road. paper loan pool is ideal in
The Florida Depart- this situation, Mr. Feld-
ment of Transportation man said, because the
had set aside $36 million terms of the loan can be
for a road-widening proj- set specifically to the
ect, originally scheduled project at hand.
to begin this summer, to One of the FDOT's
widen four-lane Palm Bay options allowed for the
Road to six lanes. Howev- project to be kept in the
er, when costs increased current fiscal year with a
to $51.6 million, the local contribution of
department intended to $15.6 million. The FDOT
delay the project until would then reimburse
2011, when more funding the amount over 10 quar-
was available. ters beginning in July
But in light of the recent 2010.
rash of traffic fatalities on "What FDOT will not be
Palm Bay Road- five peo- reimbursing are the inter-
ple were killed in acci- est costs," said Tres
dents between Nov. 30 Holton, special assistant
and Dec. 10 in 2006 to Commissioner Helen
local officials wanted the Voltz, District 3. "So we
project made a priority, had to, come up with a
The Florida Depart- creative, way to repay
ment of Transportation them."
gave Brevard County offi- At an estimated interest
cials several options that rate between 3.5 and 4
would allow the con- percent, if Palm Bay were
struction project to to take out a loan, the city
remain on the depart- would be responsible for
ment's work program for paying an additional $3


2007 all of which
included local funding


I See WIDENING, A3


Big loss
for arts
scene \'i
The death
of local ,
guitarist Billy Lisa M. Ono
Van Riper has impacted
the Brevard
County music Al


Code enforcement liens on council agenda


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Index
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Classified BI 1
Crossword BIO
Dining Guide ............... A15
Horoscopes BI
Sports B8
Police Report .................... A5
Lifestyle B1
Travel A 14
Viewpoint A6


Requests for reductions
in fines must go to council
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Shaver Jackson,
owner of a vacant property on Testimony
Street, stood in front of the City Council
last week to ask for removal of a $10,000
lien against his property.
He joined a growing number of proper-
ty owners appealing-to the council for
relief from city-imposed liens. In the past
five meetings, eight so-called "lien rescis-
sion requests," totaling more than
$70,000, have been placed on the coupn-
cil's agenda.
Mayor Harry Goode said he expects the


) See COUNCIL, A2


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne's code enforcement board fined the owner of this
property $12,800 for non-compliance with city code after the
bank foreclosed on the property. The city rescinded the fine.


Teenager

helps nab

robbery


suspect

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Some quick
thinking by an area teenager
and his family resulted in the
capture of an armed-robbery
suspect-last weekend.
Billy Joe Sweatt, 18, of 1176
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Council
From page Al
lien rescission requests to
increase in the upcoming
months, due to a change in
the city's policy.
"The code board has
always handled this
before," said Mayor Goode.
The city's legal depart-
ment advised the council
that according to Chapter
162 of the Florida Statutes,
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imposed the liens, did not
have the authority to
rescind the liens.
The code enforcement
board assesses fines when
property owners fail to
comply with city regula-
tions. Some of' the most
common, violations are
storing abandoned vehi-
cles on the property, failing
to maintain the yard and
failing to have a fence
around a swimming pool.
The city's code enforce-
ment officials attempt to
work with the property


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owners to correct the vio-
lations. If the property
owner cannot be reached
or does not respond to
requests to come into
compliance, the city will
send the case to the code
enforcement board.
"When we go to the code
board, that is the final
recourse," said code
enforcement administra-
tor Dan Porsi. "By then,
we've exhausted every
avenue."
James Teele, vice-chair-
man of the code enforce-
ment board, explained
that the board sends a cer-
tified letter to the property
owner advising them of
the hearing date.
"If we don't get the
(delivery receipt) card, or
we get the letter back,
(code enforcement offi-
cers) will post a notice on
the property," said Mr.
Teele.
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notices may be placed on
the building's door, or
placed on a signpost on a
vacant lot.
If the owner does not
attend the hearing, the
code enforcement board
will send a copy of the
minutes from the meeting
to the owner via certified
mail.
The code enforcement
board assesses penalties,
sometimes as much as
$250 or $500 per day when
owners fail to comply.
The city will attach a lien
to the property, preventing
the owner from selling or
refinancing the property
until the fines are paid to
the city.
After the property owner
has corrected the viola-
tions, he may request a
reduction or elimination
of the lien.
Until last November, the
code enforcement board
approved or denied lien
rescission requests. Now,
all requests must be
approved by the city coun-
cil.
Five requests for lien
rescission were placed on
the Jan. 9 council agenda.
During the meeting, the
council tabled two
requests by Valerie
Thompson to eliminate
more than $22,000 in liens.
The code enforcement


board began assessing
fines on her properties in
2001, primarily because of
abandoned vehicles and
failure to maintain the
property.
Because the code
enforcement board
advised the council to
deny her requests, Ms.
Thompson plans to
address the city council on
Feb. 13 to plead her case.
Shaver Jackson, who
asked for the elimination
of a $10,000 lien on his
property, 'offered several
explanations for his failure
to address code violations.
The code enforcement
board assessed the penal-
ties after Mr. Jackson failed
to remove abandoned
vehicles from his property.
Mr. Jackson said he
missed a code enforce-
ment meeting because of
Hurricane Ernesto and
was late to another meet-
ing.
Finally, he said he was
not even sure if the aban-
doned vehicles were on his
property.
After listening to Mr.
Jackson and Mr. Porci, the
council agreed with the
code enforcement board
and denied the request.
The council diverged
from the code enforce-
ment board's advice
regarding a $12,800 lien on


a property at 1150 Master-
son St.
The code enforcement
board recommended
denial of a rescission
request, but the city decid-
ed to remove the lien
entirely.
"This (case) had some
extenuating circum-
stances," said Mr. Porci.
"(The owner) was going to
sell it to Habitat (for
Humanity)."
The bank foreclosed on
the original owner of the
property, but the city's lien
remained. As part of a
community redevelop-
ment project, the bank
plans to sell the property,
currently containing nine
duplexes and triplexes, to
Habitat for Humanity.
Mayor Goode warned
future petitioners that the
city plans to review lien
rescission requests care-
fully.
"They just need to com-
ply with the code," said
Mayor Goode.
For a complete listing of
the city's codes, visit
www.melbourneflorida.or
g.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


Residential
From page Al


these skills, clients are
often able to move away
from the welfare system
and achieve higher self-
esteem.
Genesis House consists
of three individual shel-
ters. The first house is a
short-term living facility
for homeless mothers and
pregnant women.
Ms. Allen said most
clients stay less than two
months. If they enroll in a
school program, the resi-


dents will qualify to live in
Genesis House II or III.
Genesis House II cur-
rently houses seven moth-
ers and 11 children as the
young mothers complete
their education. Some are
seeking a GED, while oth-
ers are in vocational
school or college.
Genesis House, III pro-
vides shelter for up to six
pregnant teens and young
women. Often, the women
will move to Genesis


House II after delivering
their babies.
Courtney lived in Gene-
sis House III while she was
pregnant, and lives in Gen-
esis House II. She has
already earned her GED,
and has started classes at
Brevard Community Col-
lege this semester.
"I look forward to being
able to go to school in the
criminal justice field," said

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Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Ashley Home accepts a check from Riverside Bank operation manager Arlene Clemment, as
employees Ingrid Marty, Jill Bentley and Jennifer Riddle look on. Ms. Home won $431 in Riverside Bank's swipe and
sign to win for the holidays sweepstakes. The bank awarded more than $21,000 throughout the state of Florida.


Widening
From page Al


million to $4 million in
interest.
When Palm Bay made
the offer to secure the
note, Brevard County,
West Melbourne and Mel-
bourne officials agreed to
split the cost of the inter-
est. The county, which
intended to repave the
surface of Palm Bay Road
at a cost of more than $2
million until the FDOT
could launch its road-
widening project, opted to,
use those funds to take on


50 percent of the interest
burden. Following suit,
Palm Bay agreed to pay 25
percent of the interest,
and West Melbourne and
Melbourne agreed to pay
12.5 percent each.
"We're in the process of
formalizing the arrange-
ment with our partner
cities and the county," Mr.
Feldman said. "The need
(to widen Palm Bay Road)
is now, and there's no
guarantee that in 2011,
the project wiouildin" be


further deferred (by
FDOT)."
The arrangement is sub-
ject to approval from par-
ticipating parties' govern-
ing boards. As of press
time Tuesday, in order to
meet the FDOT's work
program deadline, the
parties would have to
come to a decision by Jan.
20. Melbourne's City
Council unanimously
approved the proposal at
their regular meeting Jan.
9.


If approved by all par-
ties, and if the proposal is
submitted by FDOT's
deadline, contractor bid-
ding could take place as
early as this July.
FDOT spokeswoman
Adrianne Kahler said bids
are usually awarded with-
in 30 days, and construc-
tions usually begins three
months later. Ms. Kahler
added that the FDOT is
anticipating that con-
struction will take approx-
"imately 2-1/2 years.


WEEK IN

REVIEW

Deputies arrest sexual offender
MELBOURNE Brevard County Sheriff's Office
arrested a convicted sexual offender for the third time
for violating state registration laws.
Stephen B. Rogers, 50, of 1968 Aurora Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 9 with failing to register as a
sexual offender.
Under the Jessica Lunsford Act of 2005, Mr. Rogers
was required to re-register as a sexual offender bi-
annually. A spokesman for the Sexual Offender Regis-
tration and Tracking Unit said offenders are required to
re-register on the month of their birthday and once
more during the year.
Mr. Rogers was arrested in August 2004 and June 2006
for failing to comply with the state's sexual offender
requirements.
"He has a track history of non-compliance," said a
SORT Unit spokesman. "We have very few who failed to
re-register in December."
Police encourage residents to visit the Brevard Coun-
ty Sheriff's Web site to conduct a radial search for regis-
tered sex offenders near their home. The Sheriff's data-
base is updated more rapidly than the site operated by
Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
Sexual predators are handled differently than sexual
offenders. Law enforcement notifies ev:ervone residing
within 500 feet of a predator within 48 hours of any
relocation.
Visit www.brevardsheriff.com for links to the sexual
offender database.

Melbourne Central"
Catholic plans open house
MELBOURNE Melbourne Central Catholic High
School will open its doors to the public Jan. 31 from 6-8
p.m.
The open house is intended to allow prospective stu-
dents and parents to tour the campus, learn about ath-
letics and clubs and meet teachers and guidance coun-
selors.
The school sits on a 40-acre campus at 100 Florida
Ave., Melbourne. Founded in 1961, the school has 560
students enrolled this semester.
MCC received the U.S. Department of Education's
Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award. Enrollment is
not limited to Catholic students.

The school's principal, Sue Rauch, is an MCC gradu-
ate. Her husband and six children are also MCC gradu-
ates.
Financial aid counselors will attend the event to dis-
cuss the aid and scholarship process. The event will
feature drawings for an iPod and other prizes.
For information, call (321) 729-4367.
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Sharing Center gives thanks, lays out goals for 2007


By JENNIFER STAHL
Staff writer
The South Brevard Shar-
ing Center was able to feed
more than 1,300 people
and distribute 1,036 bags
of toys to needy children in
southern Brevard County
this past holiday season.
And it's all thanks to the
generosity of the residents,
said South Brevard Sharing


Center executive director
Carrie Thomas.
"The community heard
the call, came out and I
was amazed," Ms. Thomas
said.
Palm Bay city employees
donated 262 food baskets,
which included 262 gift
cards, at Thanksgiving.
"Witho'ut their support,
and the support of others
that heard that call, the


center would have had to
take on the purchase of
those things," Ms. Thomas
said.
Schools, churches, civic
groups and private donors
also gave in full force.
Checks rolled in, some in
increments of $1,000,
$3,000 and $5,000. One
generous anonymous
donor mailed -the center a
check for $10,000, dated
for Christmas Eve. But, Ms.
Thomas said, the dona-
tions of $5, $10 and $20
that roll in all year long
sustain the center and its
capacity to help the needy.
Private residents also
donated truckloads of food
and toys, Ms. Thomas said.
David Meyer, who ran a
local Christmas tree lot,
donated 70 Christmas
trees.
"I was amazed that many


people didn't have Christ-
mas trees, and the people
were very emotional about
it," Ms. Thomas said.
"Strangers were even help-
ing each other out with
getting the trees home."
"I just wanted to tell the
community, 'Thank you,'"
Ms. Thomas said. "They
really came through and
we expect a great year."
Ms. Thomas said she's
hopeful the community
will keep the momentum
of giving going throughout
2007. The new executive
director also outlined her
goals for the coming year.
Ms. Thomas said she's
spoken with local produce
suppliers in order to try to
get fresh vegetables donat-
ed to the center. The goal is
to launch a program
geared toward health,
nutrition and exercise.


Ms. Thomas said she's
also looking at fine-tuning
the center's case manage-
ment arm by offering
clients more community
referrals to agencies such
as the Salvation Army and
Circles of Care.
"Even if these agencies
provide similar services,
we really want to dive into
the community to see
what's out there," Ms.
Thomas said.
Ms. Thomas is also work-
ing with Brevard Commu-
nity College and Florida
Institute of Technology to
provide vocational skills
enhancement to clients
seeking aid from the cen-
ter. She said she would like
to add a computer to allow
clients job-training oppor-
tunities.
Representatives from GE
recently contacted the
Sharing Center to express
interest in buying the
organization some new
computers.
Ms. Thomas said she'd
also like to partner with
local schools to do more


Residential
From page A2
Courtney.
She said she hopes to
help other young women
who may be experiencing
some of the same chal-
lenges she has endured.
Life in the Genesis Hous-
es is not easy. The women
adhere to a strict set of
rules. Regular drug tests
are administered, and the
women are given a list of
household chores to per-
form each day.
Genesis House II resi-
dents must be enrolled in.
academic classes and
must also take parenting
classes.
Childbirth 'educators,
tutors, financial planners,
career planners and anger
management counselors
also advise the residents.
Each house has a live-in
house manager. Gina Ben-
nett, house manager for
Genesis House II often
drives the women to area
colleges and vocational


food drives prior to the
summer months. She said
many needy families need
extra support during the
summer when children are
home, because they have
to provide three meals a
day, when the schools
ordinarily feed the chil-
dren breakfast and lunch.
"Summer is also the time
when we really fall short in
our donations," Ms. Thomas
said.
The center also needs vol-
unteers. Ms. Thomas said
the volunteer positions are
ideal for stay-at-home par-
ents because they could
work while their children are
in school.
The organization also
needs another case manag-
er, because the load of
clients seeking aid is becom-
ing overwhelming. The cen-
ter sees between 50 and 60
.clients a day.
To volunteer, or to donate,
call the South Brevard Shar-
ing Center's Melbourne
office at (321) 727-8581, or
the Sharing Center's Palm
Bay office at (321) 676-2965.


schools for day and night
classes.
As a mental health pro-
fessional, Ms. Allen
believes education is the
key for the women to bet-
ter their lives.
"The past is the past,"
said Ms. Allen. "Now, the
women can make new
choices, new goals, and
head in a new direction."
Genesis House is a non-
profit corporation, and all
donations are tax
deductible. The shelter
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well as women's and chil-
dren's items.
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POLICE REPORT


Melbourne Police
Department

Shedrick Jevell Jones,
19, of 1553 Eagle St., Palm
Bay, was charged Jan. 7 with
possession of cocaine.
Comell Larue Weaver,
62, of 2185 Northview St.,
Apt. 12, Palm Bay, was
charged Jan. 7 with being a
habitual traffic offender and
felony failure to appear.
Francisco Agron, 30, of
3341 Testimony St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 8
with assault-domestic vio-
lence, possession of drug
paraphernalia and posses-
sion of cannabis.
Jennifer Rene Jones, 26,
of 2125 Nottingham Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Jan. 8 with battery-domestic
violence.
Billy Joe Sweatt, 18, of
1176 Jasmine St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 8
with armed robbery with a
deadly weapon, using, dis-
playing or carrying a con-
cealed firearm, robbery by
sudden snatching and pos-
session of a legend, pre-
scription or medical drug
without authorization.
James Trevor White-
head, 23, of 3812 Overlook
Drive N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Jan. 8 with battery-
domestic violence.
Michelle A. Healey, 46,


of 1310 S. Harbor City Blvd.,
Apt. 7, Melbourne, was
charged Jan. 9 with grand
theft of property valued at
$300 to $20,000, burglary,
trespassing in an occupied
structure and three counts
of theft of credit card.
Anita Huggins Launer,
38, of 118W. Avenue B, Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 9
with possession of cocaine,
two counts of possession of
a controlled substance and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Leon Nick Andrew
Lindie, 26, of 1136 Lamp-
lighter Drive, Palm Bay, was
charged Jan. 10 with
unarmed burglary, posses-
sion of cannabis, grand theft
and possession of stolen
property.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Michael S. Coleman, 21,
of 760 John Adams Lane,
West Melbourne, was
charged Jan. 7 with battery-
domestic violence.
+ Corey Alphonzo Mallo-
ry, 27, of 1051 Dusseldorf
Ave. N.W, Palm Bay, was
charged Jan. 7 with resisting
arrest without violence,
resisting arrest with vio-
lence and battery on a law
enforcement officer.
Shannon Lee Kack, 29,
of 1050 Eldron Blvd., Palm


Bay, was charged Jan. 8 with
fleeing or attempting to
elude a police officer, driv-
ing while license suspended
and attaching a tag not
assigned to the vehicle.
Robert A. Cherundolo,
34, of 52 West Court St., West
Melbourne, was charged
Jan. 11 with battery-domes-
tic violence.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Johnny Lee Butler, 31, of
2331 Aurora Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 6
with felony failure to
appear, fleeing or attempt-
ing to elude a police officer,
driving while license sus-
pended, possession of drug
paraphernalia and posses-
sion of a firearm or con-
cealed weapon by a convict-
ed felon.
+ Phillip Arnett Engram,
27, of 577 Teak Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 6
with possession of cocaine
and possession of cannabis..
Stephen Victor Simp-
son, 4j, of 4440 U.S. High-
way 192, West Melbourne,
was charged Jan. with pos-
session cocaine, possession
of drug paraphernalia and
possession of a controlled
substance.
Harold Kenton
Williams, 25, of 1142 Math-
ers St., Melbourne, was


charged Jan. 6 with violation
of probation, felony failure
to appear and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
+ Wayne Carlos Zimmer-
man, 23, of 2050 U.S. High-
way 1, Apt. 6, Malabar, was
charged Jan. 6 with felony
failure to appear and viola-
tion of probation.
Alrick Fergusen, 18, of
1171 Coleman St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 7
with aggravated assault.
Donald L. Gray, 19, of
1781 Steele St., Melbourne,
was charged Jan. 7 with
aggravated assault.
Pavis Lavant Gray, 25, of
1781 Steele St., Melbourne,
was charged Jan. 7 with
felony failure to appear,
aggravated assault, posses-
sion of a firearm or con-
cealed weapon by a convict-
ed felon, three counts of
fleeing or attempting to
elude a police officer, two
counts of driving while
license suspended, sale of
cocaine, failure to appear-
traffic, attempting, soliciting
or conspiring to commit a
crime, battery on a law
enforcement officer and
accident involving damage
to vehicle or property.
SlIan Chantryel McClen-
don, 21, of 2395 Woodwind
Trail, Apt. ,1021, Melbourne,
was charged Jan. 7 with fail-
ure to appear-traffic, bur-
glary, grand theft and pos-


session of burglary tools.
Michael Alan Volpe, 37,
of 223 N.E. Second St., Satel-
lite Beach, was charged Jan.
7 with three counts of sexual
battery.
Claudia Y. Dankins, 41,
of 1482 Port Malabar Blvd.,
Palm Bay, was charged Jan.
8 with felony failure to
appear.
Lynda J. Rippolone, 42,
of 320 Pompano Drive, Mel-
bourne Beach, was charged
Jan. 8 with battery-domestic
violence.
Edward Jacob Screws,
22, of 974 Bartram St. S.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Jan.
8 with felony battery.
Stephen B. Rogers, 50,
of 1968 Aurora Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 9
with failing to register as a
sexual offender.
Barbara Anne Rush, 36,,
of 579 Avignon Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 9
with introducing contra-
band into a jail.


+ Kristina Marie Wesson,
24, of 130 13th St., Indialan-
tic, was charged Jan. 9 with
three counts of fraudulent
use of a credit card, five
counts of forgery, five
counts of uttering a forged
instrument and grand theft.
John Arthur Kickery Jr.,
21, of 4681 Eau Gallie Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Jan. 10 with grand theft.
Robin Marie King, 42, of
358 Elm St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 10
with burglary, grand theft,
three counts of possession
of cocaine, possession of
cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
+ Stephen Mark Saun-
ders, 47, of 1520 Croftwood
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Jan. 10 with felony
driving under the influence
of alcohol.
Rebecca Jane Thome-
Loper, 35, of 212 Westhaven
Drive, West Melbourne, was
charged Jan. 11 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.


Robbery
From page Al
Jasmine St., Melbourne. was charged on the phone with a 911 operator Ironically, the victim of the robbery, Ms. Behringer called Mr. Ludwig,
Jan. 8 with armed robbery with a before the snatching because she rec- Steve Ludwig. was a friend of the and asked for a more detailed "'
deadly weapon using, displaying or ognized Mr. Sweatt as a suspect in an Behringers. description of the suspect.
carrying a concealed firearm and rob- earlier armed robbery. Two days later, the Behringers tray- "We both believed this could be the
bery by sudden snatching. On Jan. 5, at 7:28 a.m., a man was eled to the Eau Gallie Civic Center for man the police were seeking," said
He was apprehended after Lance robbed at knifepoint as he was using a basketball game, and spotted die Ms. Behringer.
Behringer, 16, his brother John an ATM at the Wachovia Bank, at 1441 suspect in the parking lot. Mr. Ludwig phoned 911 and
Lanteigne, 25. and another man held N. Harbor City Blvd., NMelbourne. "1 noticed a white male on a bicycle explained the situation to the police, .
him dow-n after Mr. Sweat attempted Melbourne Police Department cir- loitering in front of (the civic center)," who then called Ms. Behringer, police "
to snatch a purse from a woman in culated videotape of dithe armed-rob- said Ms. Behringer. "I immediately said.
front of the Eau Gallie Civic Center. bery and asked for the public's help in felt this could be the man who had
Lance's mother, Chris was already locating the suspect. committeddthe assault on-Mr. Ludwig. I See ROBBERY, A8 Sweatt

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Wickham Park driving heroes

I loved the "Keeping children safe" Rant & Rave. So
many people are quick to point the blame to someone
else when something goes wrong instead of taking
responsibility themselves. Things have limits and
instructions for a reason.
I take my 6-month-old daughter to Wickham Park
almost every day during the week and sometimes on the
weekend when my husband isn't working. There are
speed limit signs everywhere stating the maximum
speed is 15 mph.
Well, out of all the times I walk around the park I have
not witnessed one single car driving the speed limit.
I am totally horrified when these cars come zipping
right by me and my baby. The park is a place to relax,
spend time with family, walk, jog, bike, ride horses, walk
your dog; you name it. It's not Interstate 95.
Not to mention there are geese, dogs, turtles, ducks
and even a peacock that roam around the park that
could jump in front of your car and at the speed you're
going injure someone severely or even kill them.
Today, Friday Jan. 5, at around 1:20 p.m. I witnessed
not one, but two vehicles to my complete shock driving
the right speed limit.
I was so happy to see someone caring for others
enough (or maybe just trying to avoid a ticket, but still)
to obey speed limits.
Kudos to the man driving the old maroon Chevrolet
and the couple in the black Izuzu Rodeo. Keep up the
good example. I hope more and more of you take into
consideration that it is a park not a highway and drive
safely.
-Also, just to let you know, I am 20 years old and follow
the rules of the road. I care more about the safety of my
family and others than to tailgate and rush, I leave my
house extra early so I can take my time and get to my
destination with my baby safe and sound. ..

From the other side of the
customer service fence

Hello and thank you for taking the time to read my
rant. I am a senior supervisor for a major online cus-
tomer service company.
My job in this company is to take calls from customers.


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who are irate about the service they have received.
As you could imagine, my coworkers and I have had
our work cut out for us this past holiday season. The
most frustrating part of this job is the customers' inabili-
ty or lack of interest to read the terms and agreements of
the Web sites they are ordering from. This includes any
and all promotional Terms provided on the Web sites.
Web sites do not hide these terms, and as a case of law wei
are obligated to provide these terms in a place that can
be easily accessed and written in a way that is easily
understood.
The most common rebuttal I get from customers is,
"Well I don't have time to read all that stuff."
When you are spending your hard-earned money, I
strongly suggest you start making the time to read a Web
sites' terms before you shop online. Once you press that
"submit" button, you have just electronically signed a
legal document stating that you agree to everything the
terms and agreements stated.
Educated consumers always do their homework.
Secondly, I would like to address the way the online
customer service agents are treated as a whole. The
amount of abuse my agents and my co-workers take is
beyond anything a decent human being should have to
deal with.
We are cursed at, threatened and spoken to in such a
way that we often wonder if there are any decent people
left in the world. I cannot speak for every customer serv-
ice agent but as for my team, we do our best to serve the
public in anyway we can.
However, we do not come equipped with magic wands
or little leprechauns who will fulfill ever wish and whim a


customer may have.
This society is programmed with a gross sense of enti-
tlement. Society thinks that since they spent the money,
they are now owed anything and everything they desire.
We do the best we can with the policies set before us by
the corporations we represent.
The old saying "The customer is always right" is novel,
but not accurate.
It should read, "The customer is always right within
reason."
Please realize that customer service agents are con-
sumers too. We all have had bad customer service both in
stores and online. The only difference is we know where
the blame falls, and we file our complaints accordingly.
My final word on this is that customer service agents
(and their supervisors) are people too.
When you get on the phone with us, realize we proba-
bly just spoke to 500 people before you and most of them
we rude and abusive.
Treat us with a little respect and we will do everything
in our power to make your shopping experience a pleas-
ant and memorable one.

In defense of poor tippers

In defense of poor tippers, there are a number of
points I'd like to make.
First, the upscale restaurants referred to charge more
than enough for meals being served to be paying a
decent wage to their waitresses and bartenders. Expect-

0 See RANTS & RAVES, A7


Give bikers a break
To the editor:
Selfish, loud, obnoxious bikers as
you refer to us, are a problem for
everybody.
Most people say the bikes are too
loud. Maybe so, but we call it self-
defense. Of the 21 people killed in
Daytona this year, 10 were hit by
drivers of cars and trucks. The
excuse given by the driver was "I
didn't see him." Even the one bike
that was stopped at a red light was
hit from behind (from the FLA
DMV Traffic Crash Statistics
Report, 2005).
The safety studies done by vari-
ous traffic safety groups and uni-
versities paid to study traffic fatali-
ties have all come up with the
same basic results: The driver of
the four or more wheeled vehicle is
at fault more often than not.
The "Hurt Report" done by Harry
Hurt for the federal government in
1980 shows that 85-plus percent of
the motorcycle accidents happen
in this manner.
A more recent study released by
NHTSA in June 2006 still shows


about 70-plus percent of the fatal
accidents are still caused by other
drivers.
In 1968, a federal law was passed
to make motorcycles more visible
by requiring the headlight to be on
at all times while the engine is run-
ning. The idea behind the passing
of this law was to make the motor-
cycle stand out in traffic.
In 2003, bikers blocked an
attempt by Congress to make day-
time running lights mandatory on
all vehicles and the bill was defeat-
ed.
I personally helped to block pas-
sage of that bill. Now with daytime
running lights on most vehicles
anyhow,, once again the biker is lost
in the crowd. And again, the excuse
is "I didn't see him."
You are inconvenienced by hav-
ing to get your car fixed, but the
family of the biker is more incon-
venienced by the minor problem
of the funeral.
The most common problem is
people turning left in front of the
biker or changing lanes in front of
the biker. Next comes running red
lights and stop signs and once


Letters

again, "I didn't see him" is the com-
ment to the police.
Personally, I don't like loud pipes.
My bike still has the factory
installed pipes on it.
Yes, I was in a Ford F-250 4x4 in
September 1992. I prefer quieter
pipes, but based on my experi-
ence, I can see the position of these
other riders. Being hit by another
driver hurts real bad.
Hopefully, I won't need to resort
to loud pipes to keep from being
hit again. You call it "macho-look-
at-me-rudeness." I tend to call it
self-defense.
You say that the bike cannot be
heard by approaching vehicles.
They can be heard, just not as well
from the front as the rear or side. ,.
While on the subject of being,
heard, car and truck drivers are
more prone to use cell phones and '
not hear the bikers even with the
louder pipes.
You refer to yourself as an "intel-:
ligent, educated and aware driver."
I don't know you to confirm or dis-
pute this claim.
I do resent being called a terror-
ist. Between my wife and myself,


we have spent 45 years in the mili-
tary defending your right to call us
terrorists.
If you had any idea what a terror-
ist really is, you would not have
made such a ridiculous comment.
If you had spent any time
defending against terrorists, you
would understand my resentment
to your comment.
And yes, Ido consider myself ,a
realAmerican..
Ron Irvin
Legislative trustee ABATE of
Florida Brevard County Chap-
terMerritt Island

It's a small world
To the editor:
Today, I read with great inter-
est, the historical article written
by Jennifer Stahl that told the story
about Lt. Russell Gackenbach and
his participation in the war-ending
bombing events of early 1945.
It so happened that I had just fin-
ished reading a marvelous book
called "Duty," written by Bob
Greene. Bob chronicled his


father's life and many interviews
with Col. PaulTibbets. It's a fasci-
nating read and an inspirational
book as well.
To get back to the Hometown
News article, I,:noted that Russell
Gackenbach took his navigation
training at Pan American Air-
ways in Miami.:
I was, at that time, a Flight
Radio Officer with Pan Am sta-
tioned at Dinner Key. Our profes-
sional navigators conducted the
navigation classroom training in
Coral Gables, and I was many
times a crew member on after-
noon (Dead Reckoning Flights)
or evening (Celestial Navigation
Flights).
We flew old Sikorsky Pan Am
flying boats out of Dinner. Key.
The seaplanes had been convert-
ed to 10-place navigation sta-
tions for, if you will, flying labo-
ratory classrooms. I was very
likely a crew member on one or
more-of Lt. Gackenbach's training'
flights.,
How's that for a small world?

PaulWaite
Viera


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Rants & Raves
From page A6
ing patrons to subsidize the low wages and contribute
to their tax-free income with our after tax dollars is a bit
much.
I'm accustomed to leaving a tip of up to 10 percent for
decent service. Sometimes more if the service is excep-
tional. But then again, in Canada, nobody can be paid
less than the minimum wage, which I believe is $8.15
per hour.
Good workers and long service usually counts for
higher than minimum wages. Consequently, any tips
received are considered a bonus, not part of their wages.
Your darts should be aimed at the restaurateurs and
their scrooge tactics rather than at your visiting tourists,
many of whom are retirees on pensions with limited
incomes.

Comments from 'a little old snowbird'

I would like to answer the hundreds of letters that
have appeared in the last six months about discourte-
ous and poor drivers.
I am a little old snowbird lady and probably rank in
that category. You rednecks won't win points with me as
long as you drive as if you learned the skill in Tokyo,
where they drive with their horns.
Blowing your horn at me won't make me run a red
light so you can hurry on your way. If you are running
late, start earlier. Don't blow your horn at me. You just
make me go slower.
Back in the 1930s, maybe some of you remember that
some big car manufacturers sold cars with horns dis-
connected.
Isn't there some ordinance that makes unnecessary
horn-blowing illegal? If there isn't, there should be.
I'd like to get out of your way.
I'd like to leave the state. It' not that great, but it's what
you made; not me.
Editor's Note: There have not been "hundreds" of letters
published about discourteous drivers in the past six
months.

Quiet the pipes out of courtesy for neighbors

In response to the bikers are good people:
There are a lot of bikers who are good people. I've rode
in the past. However, I never had loud pipes on my bike.
This was out of courtesy for my neighbors and other
people I encountered who were offended by the loud
pipes.
It bothers me on weekends, and especially this time of
year, when my neighbor at 5 a.m. gets up, fires up his
bike. He's not doing it to be malicious, but there's not a
switch that he can keep it quiet until he gets out of the
neighborhood and then once he gets on the highway
flip the switch and make it noisy. It's either quiet all the
time or noisy all the time.
When he leaves the neighborhood at 5 in the morning
on a Saturday or Sunday morning, those are the days I,


can sleep late and don't have to go to work and most of
my neighbors are the same way, and he wakes us up. As
he rumbles out of the neighborhood, he wakes up
everybody between his house and the main road.
So, that's where we get annoyed and when you want to
turn around and take matters into your own hands. But
there's a proper way to do things, and that isn't it.
But he should have courtesy for everybody else. He
should get rid of the loud pipes. We've talked to him, but
he refuses to do anything.
That's why people get incensed against bikers.

Embarrassed by highway sign

I am looking for feedback in the Hometown News sec-
tion about the eye sore "Palm Bay" sign on Interstate 95
and Palm Bay Road.
I am embarrassed to give people directions to my
work place via the Palm Bay exit and entrance ramps.
We do a lot of traveling up and down 1-95 and 1-75 and
never, in any other towns or cities do you see such a
corny looking sign.
A little class to the sign would be to simply light it,
leave it white and maintain the palm trees and the
ponds.
Why does the city of Palm Bay continue to make a cir-
cus out of this city?

'Minimum wage a good idea'

The Democrats are talking about the first five items on
the agenda about pay-as-you-go; that's just a loophole
to raise taxes. Ethics reform: Why did they seat Jefferson
from Louisiana when they found $90,000 of marked
money in his freezer. Earmarks: There should not be any
at all.
The minimum wage is a good idea.
If they wanted to do something that is good for the
country, they should tackle Medicare and Social Securi-
ty and pass all the appropriation bills that had been dis-
cussed in committees since last February.
I'm d registered Democrat.

Free sun block should be offered

I'm calling about "Burned out is a 'smart fellow,'" the
guy who put the ad about getting sunburned in the city.
I think it's a great idea that they put vending machines
that dispense sunscreen at public beaches and possibly
at the bus stops.
I also think there should be vending machines, so the
homeless can use them also. They should use the spe-
cial license plates that the state has, add a little more
money to them s6 that we'd have enough money for the
vending machines. That way if they are free, nobody will
rob them.

Response to 'Don't pet a giraffe; adopt a dog'

I just read an article called "Don't pet a giraffe; adopt a
dog."
I would like to respond to that small, little article. To
the person who wrote that article: Lay off the pipe.


Bush
From page Al
"It's interesting that at
least four Democratic
leaders who previously
supported increased troop
levels say they now oppose
this plan," he said. "It's
just .become a political
issue for the 2008 presi-
dential campaign."
Newly elected chairman
of the Brevard Democrats,
Amy Tidd, said she has lit-
tle doubt that the presi-
dent's plan has rallied
many to her cause.
"He had a choice to lis-
ten when people said don't
send more, get them out.
He chose to send more,"
Ms. Tidd said. "I think
people are finally speaking
out. They are ready for a
change for leaders who
will listen."
Divided right down the
party line, Brevard's senior
Republican law maker
echoed Mr DuPree's senti-
ments.
U.S. Rep. Dave Weldon,
(R-Indialantic), issued a
press release after the
president's speech,. sup-
porting the White House's
plan and taking aim at
Democrat plans to voice
their disapproval.
Rep. Weldon said the
Democrat majority plans
to cast a series of what he
called "symbolic votes"
against the president's
proposal, and he said
"These votes will amount
to nothing more than
political pandering at a
critical time for our troops
and the Iraqi people."
Rep. Weldon also point-
ed to a New York Times
article saying that the
Democrats' legislation
"will do nothing in practi-
cal terms to block Mr.
Bush's [plan]."
"As the majority party,
they now have the power
of the purse," Rep. Weldon
said in the release. "Let's
see if they live up to their


anti-war rhetoric when it
comes to time to fund for
the president's proposal."
While few dispute the
political nature of both the
president's and his oppo-
nents' remarks, not every-
one supports this latest
move by the White House.
In fact, more than 100
protesters gathered at the
corner of U.S. 192 and
Evans Road, to voice their
disapproval of the presi-
dent's plan.
"We definitely don't sup-
port this escalation. What
we really need is to get out
of that quagmire in Iraq,"
said Seeta Begui of Satel-
lite Beach. "It's obvious
that the school bully men-
tality just doesn't work."
While the 43-year-old is
a regular at what 15 or 20
members of Brevard's
Patriots for Peace organi-
zation call the peace cor-
ner, she was not alone in
her anger.
"President Bush's new
plan is not going to work. A
surge will result in more
deaths," said Michele Pac-
cione of Palm Bay. "There
will not be a military solu-
tion (to the Iraq war). We
need a political solution."
"I was disgusted," said
Vicki Impoco, one of the
protests chief planners,
who credited the presi-
dent's announcement for
the overwhelming
increase in the number of
protesters at the event.
The increased turnout
for the event may also
been a result of a national
rallying cry by organiza-
tions such as MoveOn.org,
who organized such rallies
in numerous cities
throughout the country, as
.well.
"People are just fed up,"
Ms. Impoco said.

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Synergy Health
hosts celebration
Synergy Health and Fitness Studio
will host a community celebration
from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
20, as part of its opening weekend at
2825 Business Center, Blvd., Suite B9
in Melbourne.
The event features a ribbon cutting
ceremony at 12:30 p.m., entertain-
ment, music with the band Reflec-
tions, games, food and beverages.
For information, call (321) 752-
5258 or visit www.synergy4life.net.

Chamber hosts
Friendship Kitchen event
The Cocoa Beach Area Chamber of
Commerce will host "Friendship
Kitchen" Saturday, Feb. 3 in three
Lennar Model homes in Heritage Isle
inViera.
Attendees will visit the three homes
throughout the evening.
The first location will feature a vari-
ety of wines and hors d'oeuvres. The
second house will include a gourmet


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evening starting at 4:45 p.m., 5:45
p.m. and 6:45 p.m., with each seg-
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The cost is $30 per person or $50
per couple.
For information, call (321) 459-
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Paradise Properties adds
marketing director
Paradise Properties of Brevard
recently announced the addition of
Nancy Bartlett as marketing direc-
tor.
In this role, Ms. Bartlett will man-
age advertising efforts for Paradise
and handle the listings of Christie's
Great Estates and Mayfair Interna-
tional Realty, as well as oversee "Par-
adise in Brevard," a quarterly maga-
zine published by Paradise
Publishing, featuring fine homes in
Brevard County.


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ties following a position as market-
ing coordinator for Prudential Ster-
ling Properties. In this position, she
managed advertising for 70 agents.
She is a licensed Realtor and is
studying Spanish at Brevard Com-
munity College.
She resides in Indian Harbour
Beach with her son.
For information, call (321) 773-
1982 or www.paradisepropertiesof-
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Weight loss with
hypnosis in February
Dr. Kathy Doner presents "Weigh
Loss with Hypnosis: Using Your Pow-
erful Mind for a Change" Wednesday,
Feb. 7 through Feb. 28 at Sebastian
River Medical Center.
Classes will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
The cost is $119, for four sessions
and three CDs.
For information, call (772) 581-
2066 or (772) 581-0221, or visit
www. kathydonermd. com.
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While she was speaking
to the 911 operator, Mr.
Sweatt grabbed the purse
from a woman pushing a
baby in a stroller.
"My oldest son, John and
my middle son,' Lance,
tackled the man within a
few feet," said Ms.
Behringer.


When Melbourne Police
Officer Ed Fergusen
arrived on the scene, he
found Lance and John and
the woman's husband lay-
ing across Mr. Sweatt in an
attempt to detain him.
After the original victim
identified Mr. Sweatt, he
was arrested. He is being


held on a $106,000 bond.
Following the ordeal, Ms.
Behringer felt emotionally
drained.
"I was so upset," said Ms.
Behringer. "I was thinking,
'My God, he could have
hurt my kids.'"
Officer Fergusen offered
tips for anyone who
believes they have spotted
someone wanted by the
police.
"Get a description of the
suspect, direction of travel,
and try to keep in view


from a safe distance," said
Officer Fergusen. "If possi-
ble, call 911."
In an interesting foot-
note, Lance Behringer was
featured in a Jan. 5 Home-
town News article featur-
ing his artistic talents in
drawing hotrods.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or e-
mail her at
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer

Sometimes getting start-
ed is the hardest part.
Sitting alone in front of a
keyboard waiting for
inspiration can be ..;i',ni.-
ing.
But the Space Coast
Writer's Guild is here to
provide inspiration.
The organization will
host the Space Coast Writ-
ers' Conference "From Pen
to Print, Volume IV Get-
ting Down to Business"
Friday, Jan. 26 through
Sunday, Jan. 28 at the
Courtyard by Marriott in
Cocoa Beach.
The three-day event is
designed for the begin-
ning to the published
writer looking to fine-tune
skills. Highlights include
hands-on workshops,
guest speakers and
appointments with agents
and editors.
Of interest to those
struggling with getting
started is a workshop enti-
tled "Hooks, Books and
Beginnings."
However, the biggest
draw of the conference is
the chance for writers to
commune with one
another.
"The conference is a
great opportunity to net-
work with published writ-
ers, said Joyce Hender-
son, Space Coast Writer's
Guild board member and
author.
"You learn more by talk-
ing and rubbing elbows
with people than by any-
thing else," she said.
The conference kicks off
Friday, Jan. 26 with work-
shops beginning at 2 p.m.
Workshops are sched-
uled throughout the week-
end, and among the facili-
tators are published
authors and agents
including, Jeff Herman,
Deborah Levine Herman,
Deidre Knight, Bethany
Brown, Mary Dall, Ben
Bova, Mary Seymour, Alfie
Thompson and more.
Workshop attendees will
have a chance to work
through their ideas in a
creative environment or
add to what they've
already started.

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Among the workshop
topics are "Goal, Motiva-
tion, Conflict; the Building
Blocks of Writing," The
Dreaded Synopsis," '"A
Writer's Life/An Agent's
Life," "Cowboy-Killer-
Memoir-How-to: What's
Hot/What's Not," and
more.
Friday's sessions end
with a casual meet-and-
, greet with agents and edi-
tors.
Ms. Henderson said that
the event is a great way to
ease the nerves of those
anxiously anticipating
their sit-down appoint-
ments the next day.
Agent/editor appoint-
ments aren't just for those
with a completed manu-
script or even a partially
completed manuscript. In
fact, a query letter isn't
even needed.
Ms. Henderson said that.
is a common misconcep-
tion of what an agent or
editor's role is. She said
there are many different
levels of service he or she
can offer.
"You don't have to have a
book ready or five com-
pleted," she said.
"Agents can offer help in
moving ahead in an estab-
lished career. You can
pitch an idea and they
may know someone who
would be interested in it.
They can let you know if
you are moving in the right
direction."
Attendees have the
option of attending one,
two or all three days of the
conference. The three-day
package is $175 for non-
members and $165 for
members, which includes
all activities and meals.
Agent and editor appoint-
ments are not included
and can be purchased for
$20 each or $50 for three.
Appointments are only
available to those attend-
ing Saturday.
Other options include
attending Friday from 2
p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at $60 for
nonmembers and $55 for
members. A one-day pass
for Saturday from 7 a.m. is
$115 for nonmembers and
$110 for members, which
includes meals.
Those attending Satur-


The following is the
schedule for the Space
Coast Writers' Guild
annual conference
"From Pen to Print, Vol-
ume IV Getting down
to Business."
+ Friday, Jan. 26:
Conference registra-
tion at 1 p.m.
2-3:20 p.m. 'sessions:
Fiction writers' work-
shop with Elizabeth Sin-
clair, "Goal, Motivation,
Conflict: the Building
Blocks of Good Fiction."
Nonfiction' writers'
workshop with Alfie
Thompson, "Writing for
the Reader."
3:40-5 p.m. sessions:
Fiction writers' work-
shop with Elizabeth Sin-
clair, "The Dreaded Syn-
opsis ( A Hands-on
Workshop).
Nonfiction writers'
workshop with Alfie
Thompson, "A Writer's
Toolkit."
7:30-8:30 p.m. ses-
sions:
Jeff Herman/ Debo-
rah Levine Herman, "A
Writer's Life/An Agent's
Life."
Bethany Brown,
"Cowboy- Killer-Nemoir-
How-to: What's
Hot/What's Not."
8:30-9:30 p.m. ses-
sions:
"NMurder, Romantic
Mayhem and Psycho
Thrillers," a chat with
Elizabeth Sinclair .and
Martha Powers.
Evening ends with
meet-and-greet with
agents for those with
Saturday appointments.
Saturday, Jan. 27
Conference registra-
tion from 7-7:30 a.m.
Continental breakfast
from 7:30-7:45 a.m.
8-9 a.m. sessions:
*"Blogs, Web sites, Cre-
ating a presence on the
Internet" ..,with Kelly
Edens."'
"'Hooks, Books and
Beginnings" with Mary
Sue Seymour (limited to
the first 20 people).

day will get to hear literary
agent and published
author, Jeff Herman, the


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* "How to Get Pub-
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* "Writing Romance"
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* 4-4:45 p.m. ses-
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* "Mega Marketing"
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* "Writing for Kids"
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Literary magazine
accepting
submissions

Space Coast Writer's
Guild is accepting submis-
sions for its "Literary
Liftoff" magazine, which
features unpublished and
emerging writers of fiction,
poetry, essays, creative
nonfiction and reviews.
The publication buys
first serial rights only, with
payment upon publica-
tion. It also pays for cover
art/photography with the
theme of "lift off."
Submission guidelines
are as follows:
+ 2,500 word limit on
submissions except how-
to writers; limit 500 words


All genres
Original not previously
published or under con-
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Unpublished book
excerpts must be complete
with a beginning, middle
and ending independent
of the rest of the book
Double space on all
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address and word count
on the first page, with last
name, story title and page
number in header of sub-
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Jan. 28; Feb. 24 or Feb. 25
and March 24 or March 25.
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Orson Pratt, one of the origi-
nal LDS apostles wrote: "If
after a rigid examination, it
be found an imposition, it
should be extensively pub-
lished to the world as such;
the evidences and argu-
ments upon which the
imposture was detected
should be clearly and logi-
cally stated, that those who
have been sincerely yet
unfortunately deceived, may
perceive the nature of the
deception, and be
reclaimed, and that those
who continue to publish the
delusion, may be exposed
and silenced, not by physi-
cal force, neither by perse-
cutions, bare assertions, nor
ridicule, but by strong and
powerful arguments by
evidences adduced from
scripture and reason"
(Orson Pratt's Works, 1889,
p. 69).
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a presentation of history and heritage from the Civil War
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Writers
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lunch. However, to ensure
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day, Jan. 24.
The Space Coast
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American Cancer
Society seeks
office help
The Brevard County Unit
of the American Cancer
Society is in need of office
volunteers at its Rockledge
location.
Those with clerical, com-
puter and phone skills are
needed.
For information, call
(321) 433-3109, Ext. 113.

School to host
endowment gala
Ascension Catholic
School will host its endow-
ment fund gala "Winter at
Tara" from 6-11 p.m. Satur-
day, Jan. 27 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
McMenamy in Suntree
Estates.
The event is inspired by
the film "Gone with the
Wind" and features music
and dancing with Ric
Robinson's Rhythm & Roc
Group, food and live and
silent auctions.
Tickets are $75 each and
black tie is optional.
For information, call
(321) 254-5495.

Sorority plans Mardi
Gras-themed event
Representatives from
South Brevard City Council
of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
will meet at 7 p.m. Thurs-
day, Jan. 25 at the home of
Irene Jarvis.
The group will work on
plans for its 41st annual


Astronaut Trail Area Lun-
cheon. This year's event
theme is "Mardi Gras
Magic."
For information, call
(321) 723-2250.

Men Cooking
from the Heart
set for Feb. 17

Big Brothers Bfg Sisters
will host its 13m annual
Men Cooking from the
Heart fundraiser Saturday,
Feb. 17, 2007 at Melbourne
Auditorium.
One hundred and twenty
community leaders will
cook food samples during
the event, which features
live entertainment and live
and silent auctions.
Tickets are $60 and $75
for tickets featuring unlim-
ited beer and wine.
To donate, volunteer or
purchase tickets, call (321)
724-0237, Ext. 24.

Citizens for
Florida's Waterways

David Roach of Florida
Inland Navigation District
will be the guest speaker at
the next Citizens for Flori-
da's Waterways meeting
Wednesday, Jan. 24 at the
Cocoa Beach Country
Club, 5000 Tom Warriner
Blvd.
The meeting begins at 6
p.m., with an optional din-
ner at 6:30 p.m. followed-
by the meeting at 7:15 p.m.
The cost for the dinner
portion of the meeting is
$15, and reservations are


required.
Reservations aren't
required to attend the
meeting portion of the
evening.
For information, call
(321) 459-0871 or visit
www.cffw.org.

Herbal uses of
native plants is topic
The Sea Rocket Native
Plant Society will host
Joanna Helms, owner of
Mama Jo's Sunshine
Herbals in Indian Harbour
Beach, at 7 p.m. Wednes-
day, Jan. 24at the Agricul-
tural Center, 3695 Lake
Drive, Cocoa.
Ms. Helms will discuss
using native plants as
herbal medicines.
For information, call
(321) 452-3609.

Best Pets
calendar supports
homeless animals

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Humane Society's 15th
annual Best Pets of Brevard
calendar is now available.
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can be purchased at the
shelter in Cocoa at 1020
Cox Road and at the two
Molly Mutt Thrift shops on
Merritt Island at 2525 N.
Courtenay Parkway and in
Melbourne at 728 E. New
Haven Ave.
Calendars also are avail-
able through many local
veterinarians' offices and
online at www.critter-
savers.com.


For information, call
(321) 636-3343, Ext. 207.

Greek Festival
Feb. 9-11

A Greek Festival is sched-
uled for Feb. 9 through
Feb. 11 at 5965 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne.
The event features per-
formances by The Grecian
Strings and The Grecian
Odyssey Dancers, as well
as Greek food, wine, beer, a
gift shop, a deli and chil-
dren's activities.
For information, call
(321) 254-1045.

Founders Forum
hosts business
workshop

Founders Forum pres-
ents "The Levels of Busi-
ness Ownership", Tuesday,
Jan. 30 at the Hilton Mel-
bourne Oceanfront.
The evening begins with
networking at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by dinner at 7 p.m.
and the program at 8 p.m.
Shayne Wetherall,
founder and president of
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ent details, benefits, pit-
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Play reading: 55-Plus
Club hosts a play reading
group from 2-3:15 p.m. the
first Thursday of each
month at the DRS Com-
munity Center, 1089 S.
Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach. For information,
call (321) 777-0375 or (321)
729-9123.
African Violet Club:
The Space Coast African
Violet Club meets at 1:30
p.m. on the first Saturday
of each month at the Mel-
bourne Beach Public
Library, 324 Ocean Ave.
New members welcome.
For information, call (321)
724-9277.
American Association
of University Women: The
Melbourne branch meets
pn the third Saturday of
each month at different
locations. Membership is
open to women who are
graduates of a two or four
year college. For informa-
tion, call (321) 723-9355.
American Legion Post
and Auxiliary Unit 163:
Meets at 7:30 p.m. the sec-
ond and fourth Thursday
of each month at 1795 N.
Harbor City Blvd., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 259-7239.
Association of Admin-
istrative Professionals
Melbourne Chapter:
Meets at 5:30 on the first
Tuesday of each month at
Fiesta Azteca on Wickham
Road in Melbourne. All
interested administrative
professionals are invited
to attend any meeting. For
information, call (321751-
2549.
Astronomical Society:
The Melbourne Astronom-
ical Society meets at 8 p.m.
on the second Thursday of
the month in room 140 of
the Florida Tech Physical
Sciences building. For
information, call (321)
674-7207.
Bonsai Society of Bre-
vard: Meets at 2 p.m. on
the third Saturday'of each
month at the Melbourne
Public Library, 540 Fee
Ave., Melbourne. For infor-
mation, call (321) 255-
4064.
Brevard Antiques and
Collectors Club: Meets
monthly in three location:
10 a.m. on the first Friday
of the month at
Suntree/Viera Library, 902
Jordan Blass Blvd., Viera; 7
p.m. on the second Thurs-
day of each month at Eau
Gallie Public Library, 1521
Pineapple Ave., Mel-
bourne; and at 10 a.m. on
the third Tuesday of each
month at Melbourne
Beach Public Library, 324
Ocean Ave., Melbourne
Beach. For information,
call (321) 752-4610.
Brevard Association
of Miniaturists: Meets at
7:30 p.m. on the first
Thursday of each month at
Cocoa Beach First Baptist
Church, which is between
8th and 9th Avenue on
A1A. For information, call
(321) 757-5807.
Brevard Chapter of
Hadassah: Meets at 10
a.m. on the third Tuesday.
of each month at Eau Gal-
lie Library, 1521 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne. All are
welcome to attend. For
information, call (321)
757-6830.
Brevard County
Orchid Society: Meets at
7:30 p.m. on the second
Tuesday of each month at
the American Home-


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steading Foundation Hall,
535 Hammock Road, Mel-
bourne Village. For infor-
mation, call (321) 777-
9837.
+ Brevard Democrats:
Meets at 7 p.m. the third
Wednesday of each month
at the Agricultural Center,
3459 Lake Drive, Cocoa.
Registration for new mem-
bers begins at 6:30 p.m.
For information, call (321)
773-4596 or visit www.bre-
varddemocrats. org.
Brevard Doll Collec-
tors Club: Meets the third
Sunday of each month
from 2-4 p.m. at the Hibis-
cus Court Building, 540
Hibiscus Blvd., Mel-
bourne. Those interested
are encouraged to bring a
favorite doll for show and
tell. Activities include
guest speakers, workshops
and refreshments. For
information, call (321)
724-4049 or (321) 723-
2343.
Brevard Gourd Patch:
Meets on the first Saturday
of each month at 9 a.m. at
Eau Gallie Public Library,
1521 Pineapple Ave., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 253-5553.
Brevard CountyYoung
Republicans Club: Meets
at 6:30 p.m. on the third
Tuesday of each month at
the Pizza Gallery at the
Avenue in Viera. For more
information, call e-mail
bcyrclub@yahoo. com.
Brevard County
Republican Men's Club:
Meets at noon on the third
Thursday of each month at
Piccadilly Cafeteria in the
Melbourne Square Mall on
New Avenue. For informa-
tion, call (321) 960-2378.
Brevard Republican
Executive Committee:
Meets on the second
Thursday of the month at
the Cocoa Beach First Bap-
tist Church on AlA. Social-
izing begins at 6:30 p.m.,
and the meeting starts at
promptly at 7 p.m. All reg-
istered Republicans are
invited to attend. For
information, call (321)
254-0073.
Brevard Porcelain
Artists: Meets at 9:30 a.m.
on the first Tuesday of
each month at the Salva-
tion Army building, 1080 S.
Hickory St., Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
254-0254.
Brevard Users Group:
A computer club that
meets at 7 p.m. on the
third Wednesday of each
month at Melbourne Pub-
lic Library, 540 E. Fee Ave
and at 2 p.m. on the first
Monday of each month at
One Senior Place in Viera.
For information, e-mail
president@bugclub.org.
Brevard Watercolor
Society: Meets at 1 p.m. on
the second Saturday of
each month at Satellite
Beach Civic Center, 565
Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. For information,
call (321) 255-1002 or visit
www.brevardwatercolors.o
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Business Integrity
Group: Meets at 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday at the Courtyard
by Marriott in Cocoa
Beach. The group meets to
build business through
referrals. For information,
call (321) 868-0732.
Business Network
International: Meets at
11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays at


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Clubs
From page A12
Dottie's Restaurant on the
corner of Babcock Street
and Port Malabar Boule-
vard. For information, visit
www.bniflorida.com.
+ Camera Club of Bre-
vard: Meets the third
Thursday of each month at
the Henegar Center, 625 E.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 723-7787 or visit
www.ccbrevard.com.
Central Brevard New-
comer's Club: Meets on
the.third Thursday of each
month. The club is open to
those who have lived in
Brevard for less than three
years. For information, call
(321) 783-5551 or (321)
799-8377.
Citizens for Florida's
Waterways: Meets at 6:30
p.m. on the fourth
Wednesday of the month
at the Cocoa Beach Coun-
try Club on Minuteman
Causeway. Locations and
guest speakers vary. For
information, call (321)
449-0827.
+ Citizens for Constitu-
tional Property Rights:
Meets at 6:30 p.m. on the
third Monday of each
month at Chowders
Seafood Grill, 6485 U.S.1,
Rockledge. For informa-
tion, call (321) 453-4729 or
(321) 453-0456.
Coin club: The South
Brevard Coin Club meets
at 7 p.m. the first Wednes-
day of each month at
Peace Lutheran Church,
1801 Port Malabar Blvd.,
Palm Bay. For information,
call (321) 837-0158.
Connecticut Yankees
in Florida: Meets at 11 a.m.
on the second Saturday of


each month at the Golden
Corral Restaurant on Palm
Bay Road. For information,
call (321) 723-7348.
Democratic Executive
Committee: Meets .on the
third Wednesday of each
month at the Agricultural
Center, 3459 Lake Drive,
Cocoa. Meetings start at 7
p.m., with applications for
membership accepted at
6:30 p.m. For information,
call (321) 433-8004 or (321)
773-4596.
Disabled American
Veterans Chapter No. 32:
Meets at 7:30 p.m. on the
fourth Wednesday of each
month at 2265 N. Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. For
information, call (321)
259-4827.
General Federation of
Women's Club: Meets at
11:15 a.m. on the first
Monday of each month at
Picadilly Cafeteria in the
Melbourne Square Mall.
For information, call (321)
724-2354.
+ German American
Social Club: Meets on the
fourth Wednesday of the
month at the NCO Club at
Patrick Air Force Base. For
information, call (321)
253-4811.
Grumman Retirees
Club: Meets at 11 a.m. on
the third Wednesday of
each month at Suntree
Country Club. Open to all
Northrop Grumman
retirees and active employ-
ees. For information, call
(321) 639-2408.
+ Exchange Club of
South Brevard Beaches:
Open to all Brevard County
residents and meets at 7:45
a.m. on Fridays at Quality
Suites Hotel, 1665 N. High-
way AIA, Indialantic. For
information, call (321)
698-8872.


* Exotic Bird Club of
Florida: Meets at 2 p.m. on
the second Sunday of each
month at the Greater Palm
Bay Senior Center, 1275
Culver Road. For informa-
tion, call (321) 242-5899.
Melbourne Area Feder-
ated Republican Women's
Club: Meets at 11 a.m. on
the first Wednesday of each
month at the Ease Restau-
rant in Indian River Colony
Club in Viera. For informa-
tion, call (321) 757-0797 or
(321) 727-1212.
+ Federated Republican
Women of South Brevard:
Meets for lunch ,on the
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Datura Drive, Indian Har-
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Harbor City Harmoniz-
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Tuesday in the Community
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Community, 1205 Eddie
Allen Road, Melbourne. For
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4802 or visit www.harmo-
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Club of Brevard County:
Meets at 7 p.m. the third
Monday of each month at
Village Oaks at Melbourne,
1765 W. Hibiscus Blvd. For
information, call (321) 733-
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Income Builders Inter-
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Indian River Chapter of
Embroiderer's Guild of
America: Meets at 9:30 a.m.
on the third Monday of each
month at Front Street Park
Civic Center in Melbourne.
Beginners are welcome. For


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8777.
Italian American Club
of South Brevard: Meets at
1:30 p.m. on the second
Thursday of each month at
its clubhouse at 1471
Cypress Ave., Melbourne.
Lunches are served every
Thursday at noon. For infor-
mation, call (321) 752-7935.
Italian Language Club:
Meets from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on
Thursday in the Commu-
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Mall on West New Haven
Avenue. The ability to
understand and speak some
Italian is necessary for
advanced classes. A begin-
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information, call (321) 768-
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Tuesday in the Community
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call (321) 433-3025.
Knights of Columbus
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the first and second Tuesday
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Church in Indialantic. For
information, (321) 727-
1937.
Kiwanis Club of Mel-
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6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays at
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plaza on the corner of Wick-
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roads. For information, call
(321) 777-8313.
Laureate Epsilon Iota
Chapter of Beta Sigma
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at 7:30 p.m. at members'
homes. For information, call
Jewel Patton at (321) 723-
2250.
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third Thursday of each
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on the third Tuesday of each
month at Kay's Barbecue,
1552 W King Street, Cocoa.
For information, call (321)
722-1181.
Little Rhody Club of
Brevard: All former resi-
dents of Rhode Island are
invited to attend any meet-
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month at the Piccadilly
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chateau in the hills above
Avignon, and its ruins
remain the most recogniz-
able monument in the
famed wine village of
Chateauneuf-du-Pape,
today.
However, since the
popes' return to Rome in
the 15th century, the city
has concentrated on other
forms of culture. These
days, it is most celebrated
for its music, museums,
history and theater
festivals.
My fiancee, James and I,
were visiting the Papal
Palace in Avignon where
we strolled through the
immense building that the
"exiled" Pope ClementV,
began constructing at the
beginning of the 14th
century. As our tour
proceeded, monastic
(monastery) simplicity
and austerity (strict
teachings) give way to
bright frescoes (hand
painted) and flamboyant
ceilings, signs of how the
initial papal asceticism
(strict practices) faded
over time. As we headed
toward the exit, we made
time to stop at the palace's
new wine shop, "The
Boutellerie."
James knows a lot about
American, Italian, German
and French wines, but
nothing of Rhone.
We're finally realizing
that gastronomy and wine
can be part of our cultural
attractions, as well.
The Boutellerie, which
opened in July 1999, is the
premier sign of this
renaissance. More than 40
winegrowers from the
nearby vineyards of
Chareauneuf-du-Pape and
Gigondas are represented.
This shop occupies a
grand setting, the former
papal artillery room. A
tasting of five wines is
offered for just $5. Direc-
tor Joachim Autard, a
former winegrower,
chatted with us and the
other guests in English and
French.
Outside the palace,


Avignon is a lively, cosmo-
politan town of about
100,000 people. A new,
high-speed TGV train line,
which travels at speeds
more than 186 mph,
provides frequent service
from the city of light to the
magnificent Mediter-
ranean Sea.
Thick medieval walls,
circle the old city. Pedestri-
ans have free run of many
lovingly maintained old
squares, closed to traffic,
but open to caf6s, and in
the center of town, a
splendid double-decker
carousel.
During the July and
August theater festival,
these squares explode with
street productions of
puppets and marionettes,
dance, mime and cabaret,
as well as serious, Broad-
way-caliber presentations.
Historic sites include:
the Palace of the Popes,
the Pont d'Avignon(Pont
de St. Benezet), the opera,
the Hotel deVille, various
churches and Cloitre St.
Louis and the Rocher des
Doms.
If you like the Smithson-
ian in Washington, D.C.,
then you'll love these
following museums: the
Musee en Images (more
than 1000 images of
Avignon), Musee du Petit
Palais (painting and
sculpture from the Middle
Ages to the Renaissance),
Musee Calvet and the
Musee Lapidaire (archeol-
ogy, prehistoric times,
paintings from the 16th to
the 20th centuries).
Last, but not least, some
activities to enjoy include
theater, opera, galleries,
horseback riding, tennis,
squash, ice skating and
boat rides on the Rhone
River.
A visit to Avignon is a
wonderful way to kick off a
wine tour of this part of
the Southern Rhone. From
downtown, it takes just 20
minutes to drive north to
Chateauneuf-du-Pape.
This picturesque village
sits above the Rhone River,


MARGIE KINDER
Travel columnist
and the old castle is visible
in the distance.
You'll find lots of shops
owned by winegrowers
there, most offering only
their own production,
often at inflated prices. An
exception is Maison des
Vins, located on the main
street. It represents 60
different estates, and
tasting are free.
We were one of those
couples who didn't have
the time to visit lots of
different estates. We
wanted to have a place
where we could sample
and buy a wide choice of
Chateauneuf wines.
For visitors who had
more time, the tourist
office handed out clear
maps with directions to
the major estates, most of
which were open to the
public. Some, such as
Chateau La Nerthe and
Chateau Mont-Redon,
don't require reservations.
A few of the most
prestigious names, such as
Chateau du Beaucastel
and Chateau Rayas, do
and are selective about
who they welcome.
However, with so many
others to see, this should-
n't dampen anyone's
enthusiasm.
From Chateauneuf, it
was only a short ride to the
region's other leading wine
village, Gigondas.
You will definitely need
to budget some time to
stroll the narrow, cobble
stone streets of the vil-
lages. Rochegude offers
views of vineyards and
distant mountains.


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Gigondas isn't the only
lovely town on the eastern
side of the Rhone River.
From its left bank there fan
out many delightful
Provencial wine towns:
Seguret, Cairanne,
Rasteau, Vacqueyras and
Rochegude.
They feature medieval
castles and churches and
sand- and rust-colored
houses with tile roofs,
surrounded by an ocean of
vineyards growing on flat
land and low hills.
In Grignan, in the
Drome department,
medieval streets run in
circles around a massive
castle that rises up on a
hill. Stop by the Village
Provencial Miniature, a re-
creation of turn-of-the-
century Provencial village
life involving more than
1,000 little figures posed in
vignettes (an un-bordered
picture, often a portrait,
that shades off into the
surrounding color at the
edges.)
In Coustellet, east of
Avignon, there's an inter-
esting museum devoted to
lavender.
After a day of sightseeing
and tasting, relax at one of
the fine restaurants or
hotels in the area, where
tourists are made to feel
welcome and comfortable
wherever they go.
If you want to take a dip
in a pool at sunset or dine
at the edge of a vineyard,
then this country is for
you. Or, perhaps you
would prefer to stay in
Avignon, which pumps
with energy by night as
locals and tourists stroll
the tree-lined streets and
people-watch from dozens.
of outdoor cafes.
Once in A\ignon, you
won't want to leave, and
the town is too interesting
to let you go.
Avignon is full of history,
life, youth, art, music and
activity. This corner of the
Rhone Valley is big, and
there's something here for
everyone.

Margie Kinder is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached
at (321) 253-3674.


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Y ou don't need this
column to remind
you how quickly life
can be taken away.
But that's exactly what's
on my mind with the
sudden death of local
guitar legend Billy Van
Riper at age 51.
Each week, I try to
communicate my enthusi-
asm for the local enter-
tainment and music
culture.
If people remember
anything about Mr. Van


Riper, besides his natural
mastery of the guitar, it is
his unbridled enthusiasm
for music and life.
He was the guy with
nothing but good things to
say.
He was the teacher,
encouraging music
students that they were
something special.
He was the guy playing
his heart out at every gig.
And I feel blessed to have
seen him perform many
times over the years and to


serve him coffee and chat
over the day's news at a
local coffee shop.
He always struck me to
be as much of a fan of
music as an accomplished
musician.
As I reflect on his contri-
butions to the local music
scene, I realize what a
precious commodity our
local artists, musicians
and entertainers are.
They provide the sound-
track to our memories and
add color to our lives.


They consistently put
themselves out there for
scrutiny, and they dedicate
their time and energy to
entertaining us.
This is all done for the
love of the creative life; if
the community enjoys and
appreciates it, I think that's
just the icing on the cake.
Brevard County is
blessed with thousands of
talented musicians, artists
and entertainers.
I'm thankful for their
contributions to the local


cultural landscape, and I
hope you are too.

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resist the Hog Trough a
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Ave., Indialantic. For infor-
mation, call (321) 446-3972
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Riverside Park in historic
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features music with the
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Orchestra, crafts, vendors
and food. For information,
call (321) 631-9075.
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Surfside Players presents
"Seven-year Itch." Tickets
are $15 for adults, $14 for
seniors and $7 for students
up to age 25. The produc-
tion runs through Feb. 4.
The theater is at 300 Ramp
Road, Cocoa Beach. For
information, call (321)
783-3127.
'On Golden Pond:'
Titusville Players presents
"On Golden Pond"
through Jan. 28 at
Titusville Playhouse, 301
Julia St. For information,
call (321) 268-1125.
+ 'Out of Order': The
Theatre Company of Palm
Bay presents Ray Cooney's
"Out of Order" at 8 p.m.
through Feb. 4. Tickets are
$20 and $18 for senior citi-


zens and students. The
company's shows are the
Palm Bay campus of Bre-
vard Community College.
For information, call (321)
723-3056 or visit www.the-
atrepalmbay.org.
+ Musical: The Henegar
Center presents '"A Day in
Hollywood, A Night in the
Ukraine" through Feb. 4,
with performances at 8
p.m. Friday and Saturday
and Sunday matinees at 2
p.m. The production was
originally directed and
choreographed by Tommy
Tune on Broadway. Tickets
are $22 for adults and $20
for students and seniors.
The Henegar Center is at
625 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. For informa-


tion, call (321) 723-8698.

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BSO concert: The Bre-
vard Symphony Orchestra
presents its subscription
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Beef O'Brady's in theVictoria Shopping Cen-
ter on N. Courtenay Parkway in Merritt
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tion, call (321) 267-7588.
* Dinner dance show: The Melbourne
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with cocktails at 5:30 p.m., with a prime rib
dinner at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $19. For infor-
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alantic. For information, call (321) 728-5888.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24
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Center for Performing Arts presents "I
Can't Stop Loving You," a celebration of
Ray Charles, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $27.50-
$55.50. The King Center is at 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. For information,
call (321) 242-2219.

THURSDAY, JAN. 25
Free guitar workshop: Chris Proctor
will lead a free acoustic guitar workshop at
6:30 p.m. at Florida Discount Music, 454
N. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne. For
information, call (321) 254-5645.
* Taste of Italy wine tasting: Winestyles
inViera will host a wine tasting event from
6:30-8:30 p.m. The event features Italian
wine, food and a presentation on traveling
in Italy. For information, call (321) 242-
7526.


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Romancing the Stove

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JASON LINKOUS
Finding New Life


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ever after
Wouldn't it be nice
o always start
the story know-
ing that the ending would
be this good?
I once read of an author
whose wife would always
read the last chapter of
her husband's book first to
see if she liked the ending
before she wasted her
time reading the rest. It
was her belief that if the
ending was no good, the
book was no good.
The other day I asked
my boys if they wanted
me to take them to see the
new release of "Charlotte's
Web." After being met
with a resounding no, they
went on to tell me that
they already knew the
ending, and they didn't
like it.
The ending really does
make all of the difference.
Almost exclusively in
life, in every circum-
stance, we want a good
ending. In our marriage
we want love that others
will write about. We want
a career that has an
upward spiral, children
who are angels, a dog that
doesn't bark too much
and shoes that don't hurt
our feet at the end of a
long day.
And if we don't get it just
like that, we are going to
take our ball and go home.
As we all know, many
times in life when we cop
that attitude, we find
ourselves taking that long
lonely walk home holding
onto that precious ball
because it is the only
thing that is willing to


Satisfying snacks anc
delicious potpies
Hello smart shoppers. I
hope you had a good
week.
I am available for talks. Call
the paper and leave me a
message: (772) 465-5656.
If you live in a gated commu-
nity and you used to get Home-
town News delivered in the mail
things have changed.
Rather than delivering the
paper to those who don't read
it, you must subscribe, howev-
er, it's still free. The information
is in the paper or you can
subscribe by calling toll free:
(866) 913-6397.
If after calling you still don't
get the paper, call (772) 465-
5656 and let us know.
This is a New Year, and I
believe that now is the time to
start getting smart. When I was
speaking with my friend, Nicki,
we hit on information that said
five to six small meals a day
were better than three large
meals for optimum health and
weight control.
Her question, "How do you do
that?" made me realize more
research was necessary.
Here are some good between
meal snacks: 1 medium apple,
1/2 small cantaloupe, a handful
of nuts, 1/2-cup egg substitute,
scrambled, 20 baby carrots with,
2 tablespoons fat-free ranch
dressing, 1 stalk celery stuffed
with peanut butter, 1/2 small
sliced pear and 2 tablespoons
almond butter on 3 graham
crackers, 1 cup puffed wheat
cereal with 1/2-cup skim milk,
1 packet diet hot chocolate with
5 mini marshmallows, 1 fudge
pop, 3 paper-thin slices parme-
san cheese sandwiched
between 6 paper-thin apple


slices, 1/2 cup low-
fat ice cream or 1
small container low-
fat yogurt (no fruit
on the bottom,
please), an ice
cream soda; place
about 1/3 cup 1 1
percent or skim ;- |
milk in a tall glass.
Pour in 2 table-
spoons chocolate
syrup (it's fat-free)
or sugar-free.
chocolate syrup,.
stir. Add 2 small scoops fat-free
ice cream or frozen yogurt.
Pour in chilled seltzer water,
and serve with a straw. Make a
float with diet cola or root beer
and add the ice cream. There
are many more choices I am
sure, and if you have a good
idea, let me know.
We all know there are two
kinds of fat, saturated, which
usually comes from animals,
and unsaturated that comes
from things that grow. There
are two kinds of unsaturated
fat: monounsaturated (the oil
of choice, raises the good
HDL cholesterol' as it lowers
the bad LDL) and polyunsatu-
rated.
The choice should always be
possible if you select monoun-
saturated fats, such as extra
Virgin olive oil, Canola oil and
peanut oil. Avocados and most
nuts contain these fats. Polyun-
saturated fat is found in veg-
etable oils such as sunflower,
corn and soy. While all are good
for you, the mono is the best
choice. However, oil is all fat
and should be used sparingly.
While a little is healthy, a lot will
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foods you should never eat.
Today I will talk about one and
I'm sure the information will
shock you.
Potpies have been a quick
easy staple in many homes. I
always knew they were high-
fat, but each person is served
one pie. Right? Pepperidge
Farm flaky crust potpie lists
total calories at 510 and satu-
rated fat at 9 grams. However,
that's for 1/2 a potpie. I ask you,
who eats only 1/2 of a potpie?
Read labels carefully and pay
attention to how many servings
are listed.
Today's column will give you
great choices for potpies in the
.original sometimes high-fat
version and the low-fat version.
For the potpies, you can use
leftover chicken or turkey, a
whole chicken that has been
cooked and the meat picked off
the bones or boneless chicken
breasts. A great meal for a cold
day, potpies are rib stickin' and
good. ..
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Story time for preschool children age 3 and up
will be held on Thursdays at 10:30 am.
Registration is not required.

The Gallery's Featured Artist for January is
Joyce Warner, noted for watercolor paintings of
local scenes. This display will be on exhibit
through January 26th.
Be sure to go by and see our paintings of the
Eau Gallie area on exhibit at EG Banks
Restaurant on Highland Ave.
The Old Eau Gallie Farmer's Market is a return
to the open air markets of yesterday. Located in
downtown old Eau Gallic Square Park, this
riverfront art district is host to art shows and
events all year and offers many shops and
services.
The Old Eau Gallie art district is home to the
Brevard Museum of Art, the Science Museum,
the Eau Gallie Civic Center and the Brevard
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endure us at that moment.
In this we-want-it-all-
and-we-want-it-now
society, we must each
guard ourselves from
tripping in the race of life.
As we endeavor to find
the happily ever after in
this epic of life, we must
realize that the ending
always starts with a
beginning and there is
never a time that we can't
start over.
In James 1:2, we find a
key to the beginning that
will ensure the happy
ending.
It says, "Consider it pure
joy when you face trials of
many kinds because you
know that the testing of
your faith produces
perseverance and perse-
verance must finish its
work so that you will be
mature and complete, not
lacking anything."


You are probably focused
on the last few words of
that passage, and that's OK
because we really all are.
Not lacking anything.
And why not focus there,
isn't that it, the happy
ending. It is, but how did
the verse begin?
Consider it pure joy when
you face trials of many
kinds. Yeah, right. Is James
kidding us? Does he really
say to have pure joy in the
face of the trial?
Realize that the joy is not
inherent in the trial, but in
our consideration of the
situation we, are facing. It
is really up to us how we
decide to consider life's
trials, and if you haven't
noticed, there are some.
The Bible states that the
joy of the Lord is our
strength, so with that joy in
us, the strength is in us,
and we can face a circum-


stance with faith like that.
See, the natural order is
to give up in the face of
trouble, but the supernatu-
ral solution is to persevere
through it, gain maturity
along the way and have the
happy ending that we were
always looking for.
The happy ending is
always achieved with a
faith filled joyful begin-
ning.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
describes the sentiment
exactly in his last speech.
He said, "I don't know what
will happen to me now.
We've got some difficult
days ahead. But it doesn't
matter to me now. Because
I've been to the mountain-
top, I won't mind. Like
anyone else, I would like to
live a long life; longevity
has its place. But I'm not
concerned with that now. I
just want to do God's will.


And he's allowed me to go
up to the mountain. And
I've looked over, and I've
seen the promised land. I
may not get there with you,
but I want you to know
tonight that we will get to
the promised land. So I'm
happy tonight... I'm not
fearing any man. Mine
eyes have seen the coming
of the glory of the Lord."
His impact on his genera-
tion, this generation, and
generations to come has
been profound.
He has influenced
millions of all races to
stand together for justice
and freedom.
This is life. Consider that.

Jason Linkous is the
executive pastor of New Life
Christian Fellowship, 6755
S. Washington Ave. in
Titusville. Contact him at
www.findnewlife.com.


School Notes


Holy Trinity Academy
hosts open houses

Holy Trinity Episcopal
Academy will host open
houses in January.
Open house for the


upper school will be from
2- 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20,
and open house for the
lower school will be from
2-4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21.
To RSVP for the upper
school open house, call
(321) 723-8323, Ext. 315.,


To RSVP for the (321)
723-8323, Ext. 204.

Open house
at St. Joseph
St. Joseph Catholic School
will host an open house
from 9 a.m. to noon Sunday,
Jan. 28.
The school is at 5320 Bab-
cock St. N.E., Palm Bay.
Breakfast will be served at
the event.
For information or to
schedule a personal tour of
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CATHY'S
CHICKEN POTPIE
Serves 6
Regular and low-fat
If raw chicken is used,
the liquid from cooking
the chicken can be used in
place of the chicken broth
in the recipe. Add more
water if necessary to come
up to 1-1/2 cups. Remove
meat from bones, if any,
and cube. If you use low-
fat soups, you can cut the
fat considerably.
Mix following ingredi-
ents together in a
saucepan and bring to a
boil.
3 to 4 cups cooked
chicken or turkey, diced
1-1/2 cups chicken broth
1 10-ounce can each of
condensed cream of
celery and cream of
chicken soup
Add:
1 package frozen peas
and carrots or mixed
vegetables or canned
mixed vegetables,
drained
1 can whole potatoes,
drained, rinsed and
cubed (optional)
Bring to a boil and
simmer for about five
minutes. Pour into 9-by
12-inch pan. Top with
biscuit mix and bake at
350 degrees 30 to 45
minutes until browned.

BISCUIT TOPPING
Note: To cut the bad fat
content, use a butter
substitute such as Smart
Balance, skimmed milk
and low-fat biscuit mix.


Mix. Mixture will be thin
and lumpy. Pour slowly
and carefully over chicken
mixture you don't want it
to mix with the filling.
Bake as directed.

CHICKEN OR
TURKEY POTPIE
IN CRUST
Serves 4
2 cups cooked, diced
chicken or turkey
1 package frozen peas
and carrots or mixed
vegetables or canned
mixed vegetables
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper
2 cans condensed cream
of potato soup or any
creamed soup
1/2-cup milk
1/2-teaspoons thyme
2 (9-inch) deep-dish
frozen pie shells
Note: Although piecrust
is a high fat-food, you can
still make this dish accept-
able as a low-fat food by
using low-fat soups and
skim or evaporated skim
milk.
Mix all ingredients
together. Place in pie shell
whose edge has bee
trimmed flush with the
edge of the pan. Top with
remaining pie shell, sealed
over the lower shell
trimming to fit. Cut slits in
top. Bake at 375 degrees
for 40 minutes.

CHICKEN POTPIE
WITH BISCUITS
Follow recipe for chicken
potpie in crust adding 3
cups cooked diced chick-
en or turkey. Place in 9-by-
12-inch baking dish. Bake
at 400 degrees for 15
minutes, stir. Place


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regular or low-fat, on
top. Continue baking
until biscuits are golden
brown.
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typed before.
Log into the Internet and
type aWeb address in the
address line of your browser
and hit enter.
Then, after visiting other-
Web sites, go back and start
typing thatWeb address
again, and you may notice it
remembers and the address
appears in the address pull-
down menu. Click on it, and
off you go.
Or, how about any time
you've filled out an online
form? On Windows
machines, you may get a
message the first time you
enter information online
asking, "Would you like to
turn on auto complete?"
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online forms and present
them, when appropriate, in
a clickable pull-down menu
form.
For instance, let's say you
are on the Internet and you
want to order something
online. You get to the order
form page and start enter-
ing your name shipping


address, e-mail address,
etc., into the form and
(since this your first time
ordering anything online)
you have to fill out each field
manually.You finish filling
out the form, place your
order and everything's fine.
Now, as you surf the Inter-
net, you come to another
online form. Perhaps you
are ordering flowers online
or booking travel arrange-
ments to Hawaii (Wouldn't
that be nice?). Notice that
this order form is asking
most, if not all, of the same
questions as before. As you
begin to fill this form out
and enter your first name in
the first name box, you
notice your name appears
as soon as you start typing.
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you fill in your last name.
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before. I was wrong.
The surgeon general
recently announced that
breathing second-hand
smoke is dangerous,
particularly to children,


who are at risk for sudden
infant death syndrome,
bronchitis, pneumonia,
worsening asthma attacks,
poor lung growth and ear
infections.
Over time, it can cause
lung cancer, even in non-
smokers. There is no safe
smoke, and if you smoke
in the car, in the house,
even with windows open,
you will expose your loved


ones to many of the same
dangers that you are
exposing yourself to.
I have never smoked, so I
know that people will say
that I can't understand
how hard it is to stop. I do,
know, however, something
about fighting battles and
not giving up.
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situation.
Philip Morris USA, which
knows quite a bit about
getting people to start
smoking, has put together
Quit Assist, which they call
an information resource
for people who want to
stop smoking.
Studies have shown that
the people who are
successful in their efforts
to quit follow five steps,
the keys to quitting:
+ Get support and
encouragement.
Learn new skills and
behaviors.
Get medication and
use it correctly.
*Be prepared for relapse
or difficult situations.
I'll deal with the first
three this week and the
last two next week.
I'll also tell you how to
get a free copy of Quit
Assist and other resources.
Preparation is always a
key to success. Here are
some tips for making a
start:
* Pick a date, perhaps
your birthday, an anniver-
sary, or your child's
birthday and mark it on
your calendar. Give
yourself about a month to
prepare.
Make a list of all the
ways not smoking will
improve your life and your
health.
* If you've tried to quit
before, think about what
didn't work. Plan to avoid


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activities or people who
encourage your to smoke
as much as you can.
Think about how you
will handle difficult
situations.
Line up a support
network, including your
doctor, who may have
ideas for medication to
help you.
Think about why you
smoke, and what activities
you can pursue that will
relieve stress and provide
relaxation.

Get support and
encouragement

Studies have shown that
the odds of successfully
kicking the habit increase
if you don't try to go it
alone.
Talk to friends, family
and co-workers about why
you want to stop. Ask them
to write encouraging notes
and stick them all over
places where you usually
smoke, above the TV, on
the dashboard, near the
coffeepot;
Ask people not to smoke
around you. If you. know

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fields that you filled in
before (as long as the fields
are named the same as on
the Web page where you
first typed) automatically
appear for you so you can
just click and press tab to
tab to the next field. It
makes entering the same
information a snap as long
as it's turned on and you're
aware that it's happening.
What about if you want to
clear the history list (where
yourWeb addresses are
stored) or what if you've
made a mistake on a form
and now every time you go
to type that same field the
incorrect information
comes up before the correct
data?What do you do then?
Well, the controls for this
remarkable form remem-
bering feature can be found
in the Internet options
section of Internet Explorer.
Let's take a look, shall we?
Launch Internet Explorer
and then click the "tools"
pull-down menu. Then click
"Internet options." The
Internet options page opens
with the "general" tab in
front. It's on this page where
you can set your start or
"home" page, or even clear
your cookies or temporary
files. Be cautious here
though. Deleting your
cookies can cause some
sites (such as banking or
portal sites) to forget who
you are and make you sign
up all over again.
Click the "clear history"
button and all the Web
addresses in the address bar
as well as your last three
weeks or so in your history
list clears. Again, use that
with caution, as it's nice to
be able to find someplace
where you were online a
week or so ago. Clear the
history, and you won't be


successful quitters, ask
them how they did it.
Get expert help. Speak to
your doctor or nurse, but
also look into quit-smok-
ing programs at local
hospitals. You can try
telephone or online
support as well.

Learn new skills
and behaviors

Plan ways to distract
yourself when the urge to
smoke hits: use nicotine
gum or lozenges, take a
walk, call a friend or do
something you enjoy.
Have other things nearby
to hold in your hand or
pop in your mouth, such
as carrot sticks, fat-free
popcorn or sugarless gum
and candy.
Look for activities that
don't include smoking to
rewards yourself. Perhaps
you can buy yourself
something with the money
you save each week.
Be prepared for with-
drawal. You may not feel
well as your body readjusts,
but this will pass. Some
relaxation techniques can
help.
Next week I'll discuss
medications and preparing
for a smoke-free life.
Here are some resources
to get you started:
To order Quit Assist, call
(888) 784-7848 or read it
online at www.philipmor-
riseusa.com.
For details on the five
keys, order a copy of the
"You Can Quit Smoking
Consumer Guide" by
calling (800) 385-9295 or log
on to www.surgeongener-
al.gov/tobacco/quits.htm.


able to do that.
Next, let's click the "con-
tent" tab. Here you will find
a section called "personal
information." It is in this
section where we can turn
on or off the auto complete
feature (in case you want to
disable it or maybe you told
it "no" when it asked and
you now want to turn it on).
Click the "auto complete"
button and you are present-
ed with a number of
options: You can use auto
complete withWeb address-
es, forms, user names and
passwords. You can even tell
it to askyou ifyouwant to
save passwords instead of
automatically saving them
for you, useful if other
people use your computer.
Made a mistake on a form
field or two and want to
clear them out so you can
have it come up correctly?
Click the "clear forms"
button and all of the form
fields it has remembered for
you will be forgotten.
Now, go back to that pesky
field that was always
coming up misspelled and
enter it right. Of course,
you'll have to enter all of
your other form data, but
that's easy enough, just
enter it as you encounter it
and the computer will
remember.
There are more settings in
the Internet options
window, but we're focusing
on the auto complete and
history settings. But don't
stop there, take a look
around. You may be sur-
prised at just how much
you can control your
browser.
Sean McCarthy fixes
computers on the Treasure
Coast. He can be reached at
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Outer nature, inner nature compose your life


AT t to know what
W ,I r it is? Are you
ready? Here it is.
Inside each of us is a
divine spiritual blueprint,
given at birth. that is in
complete harmony with
the universe. Its passion is
to arise from its slumber
and with our human help,
give birth, blossom,
become fruitful and fulfill
our destiny. Sometimes
beyond our wildest
dreams.
There are two basic parts
of life, the outer nature
and the inner. The outer is
the physical, mental
world, ruled by the mind
and body consciousness.
The inner is ruled by the
heart and spirit and is the
pipeline to the universal
guidance and creative
power. The main thing that
keeps us isolated from this
inner garden is a lack of
understanding and faith in
how to use it.
The mind is kind of like
the earth. The earth goes
from daylight to the
shadow of night. The
daytime is when the earth'
is bathing in the life giving
warmth and enrichment
from the sun. The night-
time cools things off.
The daylight in humanity
is when we are listening to
and trusting our inner
guidance. The nighttime is
when we begin to question
or doubt our original
impressions and ideas.
The mind begins to let
doubt, fear, indecision,
anger, low energy, disease,
sadness or guilt take over
and talk us out of our best
ideas.
So we freeze and do
nothing or take action on
projects that cause pain,
hardship or struggle and
have no positive rewards
for the effort expended.
Have you ever been there?
Are you there now? There
is a far better way to live.
What is it? It is to surren-
der the outer directed life
to the inner and become
aware of the greatness
living in your own soul.
Then do something about
it. Stir your life up some so
complacency doesn't take
over. The inner process
starts with having the
energy, time, desire and
resources to turn your
dreams into realities. If
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you lack the necessary
energy and passion, this is
fixable many times. It
starts with taking the trash
out of your mind, body
and heart.
It's like the first step in a
garden, which is to clear it
of the negativity accumu-
lated from the past. This
lightens things up. Then
you renew it by the tilling
and fertilizing. How long
has it been since you went
through your life, took an
inventory and began to
release the old things that
have been sapping your
energy and desire and
passion? How long has it
been since you made a
pledge to improve your
diet and health and yet go
right back to the same old
habits?
Good health and energy
are the direct effects of
eating a natural living food
diet, exercising the mus-
cles that need strengthen-
ing and then getting
enough good, restful sleep
without the use of comfort
foods, drugs or alcohol. If
humans were supposed to
smoke, the supreme
creator would probably
have put a smokestack in
our heads. Addictions and
compulsive behavior are
like weeds or crabgrass
that we have allowed to
take over our lives and
suck out our life force. You
can't just stop a negative
habit by saying "I'll never
do that again." Yes, you
will.
Changing doesn't come
until the desire goes away
and the temptation fades.
The only sure way to do
this is to feed the addiction
less and less each time
until the desire to feed it
weakens. Crabgrass
allowed to grow in the
lawn or garden is tough.
Once it takes root, you
can't pull it out by hand.
You have to dig it out to get
rid of it. Even that is hard.
So in human life, the
inner journey starts with


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The Spirit Guide
releasing, learning from,
blessing, forgiving the past
as needed to make room
for a new positive fruitful
life. If you are going on a
long journey you service
the car and fill up the gas
tank before starting out.
Most people take better
care of their cars than they
do their own body vehicle.
If you go with the above
plan, it can clearly be seen
how important it is to eat a
good healthy breakfast
and fill up the tank before
starting the days' journey.
Most of us eat large
dinners when we don't
need the extra energy. Eat
a good, healthy breakfast,
a moderate lunch and a
light dinner and your
weight will decrease, you
will sleep better and your
mind will be calmer and
more relaxed. Let's carry
this idea one step further.
If you have an idea or
plan for a new project,
take care of your physical
health and energy needs.
Then make a solid plan.
Write it down and affirm it
out loud every day. This is
planting and watering the
idea and turns it into a
living seed of desire in
your heart.
Next, surrender it to the
universe and wait. Believe
that you are worthy to
create a new and better
life. This creates faith, trust
and patience in the higher,
power of the universe. If
you lack patience, it is
because you don't trust the


universe. The next step is
vital. See it in your minds
eye and believe that you
have it now and are using
and enjoying the fruits
now for you, your family
and friends. This creates
passion for the potential
living in that idea. So when
you start out each day, feel
the passion and joy first.
This increases the poten-
tial for the idea to take
root, have the blessing
upon it and begin to grow.
This is the greatest secret
on earth.
With it all things are
possible. We can manifest
everything we desire in
abundance by using it. The
secret has very little to do
with breeding, education,
experience, wealth or
privilege. It has everything
to do with wanting to find
and live our true purpose
and fulfill our destiny. Isn't
this the way you truly want
to live? You can do it. I
know you can. It's inside
your heart and soul right
now crying to be released.
You were born to do great
things.
Once you are using it and
feeling the passion and
rewards, take care of your
own and family needs first.
You did all the hard work
of turning your life
around. You are an heir to
the riches of the unlimited
universe. Become child-
like. You do your work. Let
the universe do its work.
Then give back to those
who were a light unto your
path and inspired you on
your journey of discovery.
Take care of your spiritual
family. Give back from
your abundance to keep
them going.
Next, when others
hungry to learn see you
light they will want to
know how you mastered
the greatest secret. Show


and teach them. They will
soon grasp it and create a
better world. This is the
rippling effect of wonder-
ful causes set in motion
that bring love, peace,
health, abundance, faith,
pleasure, joy and passion
to a hungry world.
One person can make a
difference. You and I are
those people, along with
all others searching for
their true purpose and
self. My greatest passion
and desire is that you find
all these things today and
for all your earthly days to
come. We do it by living it
now. The greatest news is
that the best is yet to:
come.

Soul to soul

Ifyou have been helped
by this column, please tell
your family and friends. It
is on the Web. Type in
www.hometownnewsol.co
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on-the left menu. A new
Spirit Guide column comes
out each Friday. The Spirit
Guide collection of the first
three years of columns is
still available in two
volumes. Call me at (772)
334-9487 or e-mail jtuck-
xyz@aol.com for details. I
am having a wonderful
time doing my work at The
South Florida Fair in West
Palm Beach on Southern
Blvd, five miles west of
Interstate. It continues
through Sunday, Jan. 28.1
am in the main exhibit
hall. Look for the purple.
It's a great, fun-filled event
for everyone. Would love to
see you there.
Until next time, never
give up on your dream,
your true purpose and your
passion. Trust in the
universe, follow your heart
and soul and keep on
keeping on.

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FRIDAY, JAN. 19

Art show: The Central
Brevard Art Association
and the city of Cape
Canaveral will host a fine
art show from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Cape Canaveral
Public Library, 201 Polk Ave.
For information, call (321)
636-3673.
Clyde Butcher lecture:
Photographer Clyde Butcher
will discuss his life and work
at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19 at
the Brevard Museum of Art
and Science, 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. Free with
museum admission. For
information, call (321)
242-0737.

SATURDAY, JAN. 20

Railroad lecture: Rail-


road historian Gregg Turn-
er will present and illus-
trated lecture "Henry Plant
and the Plant System of
Railroads, Steamships and
Hotels" at 2 p.m. at the
Library of Florida History
at 435 Brevard Ave., Cocoa.
For information, call (321)
690-1971.
Shell festival: The
Space Coast Seashell Festi-
val from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 20 and Sun-
day, Jan. 21 at Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibis-
cus Blvd., Melbourne. For
information, call (321)
725-9991.
Dance: Joe Cotti and
the Regents will perform
from 7-10:30 p.m. at the
Palm Bay Community
Center, 1502 Port Malabar
Blvd. The cost is $5. Atten-


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beverages. Drink setups
available. For information,
call (321) 952-3443.
Space Coast Crew yard
sale: The Space Coast Crew
team will host a fundraiser
yard sale from 7 a.m. to
noon at the DRS Commu-
nity Center, 1089 S. Patrick
Drive, Satellite Beach.
Square dance: The
Allemanders Square Dance
Club will host a dance at 8
p.m. at the Satellite Beach
Community Center, 565
Cassia Blvd. The cost is $4.
Classes for new dancers
begin at 6 p.m. The first two
classes are offered free;
after that the cost is $3.50
per class. For information,
call (321) 723-3956.

MONDAY, JAN. 22

Travel film series:
Friends of the Cocoa
Beach Library presents a
travel film about Tibet at
1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the
library, 550 N. Brevard
Ave., Cocoa Beach. For
information, call (321)
868-1104.

TUESDAY, JAN. 23

Brown bag lunch:
Amber Shawl of Harbor
Branch Oceanographic
Institute presents "The
Queen Conch: A Live Ani-
mal Presentation" at noon
at the Lagoon House, 3275
Dixie Highway, Palm Bay.
For information, call (321)
725-7775.
Military awards/deco-
rations: Lonnie Borts will
discuss military awards
and decorations at 10 a.m.
at One Senior Place in
Viera. Attendees are asked
to bring one topic-related
item for study and discus-
sion. For information, call
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THURSDAY, JAN. 25

Gallery walk: Mixed
media artist Diana Gurri
will lead a walk through
her exhibit at 1 p.m. at the
Melbourne Museum of Art
and Science, 1463 High-
land Ave. For information,
call (321) 242-0727.
Brown bag lunch: Beth
McMillen from the Marine
Resources Council will
speak on the "Indian River
Scenic Highway" at noon
at LoriWilson Park, 1320 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
For information, call (321)
455-1385.

Upcoming events

Heritage Festival: Our
Lady of Grace Church in
Palm Bay will host its
annual Heritage Festival
Friday, Jan. 26 through
Sunday, Jan. 28.The event
features international
food, music, dancing, 'a
singing contest and chil-
dren's activities. The
church is at 300 Malabar
Road. For information, call
(321) 725-3066.
Italian American Club
dance: The Italian Ameri-
can Club of South Brevard
will host a dance from 7-10
p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27 at its
clubhouse, 1471 Cypress


Ave., Melbourne. The
dance features live music
with JR Sounds. Dress is
casual. Attendees can
bring their own beverages.
Drink setups will be availk
able. The cost is $5 per per-
son. For information, call
(321) 242-8044.

Ongoing events,

Farmer's market: A
farmer's market will be
from 8 a.m. to noon. Satur-
days in old downtown Eau
Gallie. For information,
call (321) 255-3382 or visit
www.oldeaugalliefarmers-
market.com.
Farmer's market: A
farmer's market will be
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tues-
days in historic downtown
Melbourne. For informa-
tion, call (321) 298-1387 or
visit www.melbournefarm-
ersmarket.com.
Florida Historical
Society: Research library
that includes exhibits of
Florida history, historical
documents and a book
and gift shop. Runs in con-
junction with the Florida
Historical Society, and is at
435 Brevard Ave. in Cocoa
Village. Open from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on Tuesday
through Saturday. For
information, call (321)
690-1971.
Brevard Community
College Planetarium and


Observatory: The BCC
planetarium and observa-
tory on BCC's main cam-
pus at 1519 Clearlake
Road, Cocoa, is open to the
public ,on Wednesdays
1:30-4:30 p.m., and Fridays
and Saturdays 6:30-10:30
p.m. The rooftop observa-
tory is open and free of
charge Fridays and Satur-
days 7:30-10 p.m. The
exhibits are always free of
charge. Admissions vary
for the planetarium,
movies and laser shows.
For information, call (321)
433-7373.
Brevard Zoo: Located
at 8225 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Open seven
days a week (closed
Thanksgiving day and
Christmas day) 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. with last admission at
4:15 p.m. For information,
call (321) 254-9453 or visit
www.brevardzoo.org.
Coffee break: Commu-
nity Church of the
Nazarene offers free coffee
and donuts at 9:30 and
11:30 a.m. on the second
and fourth Tuesday of the
month at 400 Crockett
Blvd., Merritt Island. For
information call (321) 452-
4915.
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that hosted a flu clinic this season in Brevard
County. Because of their commitment to the
well-being of our community, more than 2,800
residents were immunized against flu and
pneumonia between October and January in
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Roses add color, beauty to region's gardens


Now that the holi-
days are over, it's
time to add some
color to your garden
landscape. Adding color to
your environment is
especially important now
that the holidays are over.
Color is also one of the
main elements that will
make your yard stand out.-
One of the most practical
ways is through roses.
Roses are beautiful
flowers that symbolize.love
and friendship. Imagine
yourself entertaining your
friends in a lovely alcove
surrounded by colorful
flowers. Roses are relative-
ly easy to grow, and are a
great choice, because they
will often grow where
other flowers won't
because of Florida's
intense summer sun.
Roses can be successfully
planted in either contain-
ers or in the ground. In
either case, the plants
should be in well-drained
soil in a sunny location.
If you plant your treas-
ures in the ground, be sure
the soil drains well. Dig a
hole about 15-18 inches
wide and 18 inches deep.
Put a layer of gravel on the


bottom of the hole. This is
to allow drainage so water
drains away from the root
system. The same would
apply if you plant your
roses in a container.
The next step isto
prepare the soil you are
going to use to plant your
roses. You should use a
mix of a good quality
potting soil with around
half the mixture composed
of organic matter, such as


mulch or peat. You can
also use some bone meal
with your soil mixture.
Now, it's finally time to
plant your prize. Carefully
remove the plant from its
original container. Place
the plant in your prepared
hole, so the top of soil
layer on the plant is the
same level as the str-
rounding soil. Fill the gap
underneath the plant with
your prepared soil mix-


ture.
Now, fill the gaps around
the remaining parts of the
plant and pack down
lightly. You are now ready
to water your newly
planted rose.
OK, you finally have your
roses planted and they are
bursting with color. Now
you need to do some
periodic maintenance to
maintain that beauty.
Since we live in such a
humid climate, certain
diseases, such as black
powdery mildew and black
spot can both be a com-
mon problem. Both
diseases are much easier
to control if you prevent
them from happening in,
the first place.
Once established, both
are very difficult to get rid
of. Although there are
many products on the
market that are used for
disease control on roses,
Orthenex reigns as the
king. The product controls
not only diseases, but also
controls insect infestation
as well.
If you are interested in an
all-natural cure for fungus,
how about baking soda?
That's right, baking soda.
Plain ordinary baking soda


added at the rate of 3
teaspoons per gallon of
water acts as to prevent
fungus. You then can add a
small amount of mild dish
detergent to the mix to act
as a spreader sticker.
This will work as a
preventive measure, but
will not work well if an
infection is present. Be
sure not to make your mix
too strong, as damage to
your roses could result.
With all the remedies
that we have at our dispos-
al for controlling rose
problems, probably the
best way is prevention.
One way is to avoid
watering late in the day so
the leaves of the plant do
not stay wet all night. Also,
it is important to have
good soil drainage.


Roses are heavy feeders
and like a good supply of
food. Roses should be fed
at least once a month.
You can use a good
quality commercial food
or you can use your own
mix, which should consist
of 1 cup of bone meal, 1
cup of cottonseed meal,
one-half cup of blood
meal, one-half cup of
fishmeal and one-half cup
of Epsom salts. You can
spread this mix around
each plant and then water
in.

Joe Zelenak has 26 years
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Columbia Blvd., Titusville
(State Road 405). The sanc-
tuary is open 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. daily. Admission is
free. For information, call
(321) 264-5185.
Erna Nixon Park and
Nature Center: Located at
1200 Evans Road, Mel-
bourne, Erna Nixon Park
and Nature Center is a 54-
acre natural Florida ham-
mock and nature preserve,
featuring an elevated
boardwalk and trails. A
nature center hosts
exhibits. Guided tours are
available; throughout the
year. For information, call
(321) 952-4525. "
Malabar Scrub Sanc-
tuary: A 345-acre preserve
on the north side of Mal-
abar Road next to the fire
station, with hiking, horse-
back riding, biking and
wildlife observation. For
information, call the Envi-
ronmentally Endangered
Lands program at (321)
255-4466.
Melbourne Civic The-
ater: 817 E. Strawbridge
Ave.,. Melbourne. The the-
ater produces various
plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows,
events and experimental
theater throughout the
year. For information, call
(321) 723-6935.
Organ music: Organ
concerts featuring all
styles of music at 2 p.m.
Saturday at Fletcher
Music Centers in the Mel-
bourne Mall. For informa-
tion, call (321) 725-0784.


Senior dance: A dance
is scheduled from 1- 4 p.m.
on Wednesday at the
Palm Bay Community
Center, 1502 Port Malabar
Blvd. Dances feature
music by Joe Cotti and the
Regents. The cost is $3 per
person. For information,
call (321) 952-3443.
Titusville Playhouse:
Located at 301 Julia St.,
Titusville, the theater pro-
duces various plays and
musicals, as well as host-
ing a youth player group
and workshops. For infor-
mation, .call ...(321). 268-
1125.
Valkaria Tropical Gar-
dens: Located at 4263
Corey Road, Valkaria. Is
open on select weekends
throughout the year. Guid-
ed tours available. Cost is
free. For more informa-
tion, call (321) 302-0118.

Libraries

Spend the day with a
good book or take advan-
tage of the many commu-
nity events offered regu-
larly at Brevard's libraries:

Cape Canaveral Pub-
lic Library: 201 Polk Ave.,
Cape Canaveral. For infor-
mation, call (321) 868-
1101.
Central Brevard Pub-
lic Library: 308 Forrest
Ave., Cocoa. For informa-
tion, call (321) 633-1792.
Cocoa Beach Public
Library: 550 N. Brevard
Ave., Cocoa Beach. For


information, call (321)
868-1104.
Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Public Library: 1101"E.
University Blvd.. Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 952-4511.
Eau Gallie Public
Library: 1521 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne. For infor-
mation, call (321) 255-
4304.
Franklin T. DeGroodt
Memorial Library: 6475
Minton Road S.W, Palm
Bay. For information, call
(321) 952-6317.
Melbourne Public
Library: 540 Fee Ave., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 952-4514.
Melbourne Beach
Public Library: 324 Ocean
Ave., Melbourne Beach.
For information, call (321)
956-5642.
Merritt Island Public
Library: 1195 N. Courtney
Parkway, Merritt Island.
For information, call (321)
455-1369.
Titusville Public
Library: 2121 S. Hopkins
Ave., Titusville. For infor-
mation, call (321) 5026.
Port St. John Public
Library: 6500 Carole Ave.,
Port St. John. For informa-
tion, call (321) 633-1867.
Mims/Scotsmoor
Public Library: 3615
Lionel Road, Mims. For
information, call (321)
264-5080.
Palm Bay Public
Library: 1520 Port Malabar
Road N.E, Palm Bay. For
information, call (321)


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As the tournament's No.
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Palm Bay Pirates who have
struggled to a 1-10-1
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Senior forward Carl Sul-
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Prep sports

Jan. 8

Soccer (girls)
Eau Gallie 8, Cocoa 0 -
EG: Chelsea Brady, 4 goals;
Chelsea Pushman, 3 goals;
Jennifer Godfrey, goal. EG:
15-2-3
Soccer (boys)
MCC 2, Viera 1 MCC:
Brandon Price, goal; Kyle
Walsh, goal. VHS: Andres
.Campo, goal. MCC: 8-6
Basketball (boys)
MCC 93, Brevard HEAT
31 -- MCC: Kyle Hogan,18
pts; Peter Munch, 14 pts.
BH: Devon Witkowski, 10
pts. MCC: 10-5 BH: 4-10
Agape Christian 74, Bre-


Chase for boys
state soccer title
begins Jan. 22

BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer

The season's over. The
records have been posted
and the seedings are set.
It's tournament time.
Time to separate the
men from the boys, the
contenders from the pre-
tenders and get serious
about proving you are
worthy of a state champi-
onship run.
District tournaments get
under way for area high
school boys' soccer teams
Jan. 22 with the Melbourne
Bulldogs and West Shore
Wildcats securing top


vard Christian 45 BC:
Hassan Shabazz, 18 pts;
C.J. Stephens, 12 pts. AC: J.
Miller, 26 pts; C. Bradwell,
11 pts; L. Long, 10 pts. BC:
3-6 AC: 11-5
Basketball (girls)
Brevard Christian 57,
Agape Christian 16 BC:
Samantha Anderson, 17
pts; LaKendra Jones, 14
pts. AC: Toya Richardson,
10 pts. BC: 10-5
Jan. 9
Soccer (boys)
Melbourne 8, Palm Bay 0
- MEL: Ryan Price, 2
goals; Stewart Bruce, 2
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West Shore 4, Satellite 0
- WS: Brittany Bauer,
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Keara Murphy, goal; own
goal. WS: 10-1-2 SAT: 17-2-
1

Basketball (girls)
Merritt Island Christian
53, Brevard HEAT 29 -
BH: Katie Fox, 8 pts. MICS:
Erica Robes, 18 pts; Aimee
DeWitt, 16 pts. BH: 9-8
MICS: 11-1
Brevard Christian 65,
Covenant Christian 31 -
BC: Camie Farrie, 20 pts;
LaKendra Jones, 16 pts;
Samantha Anderson, 14
pts. CC: Courtney Jones, 10
pts. BC: 11-5

Eau Gallie 52, Centenni-
al.46 EG: Madison Con-
radis, 17 pts; Nicole
Adams, 10 pts. CEN: Jama-
ra Robinson, 13 pts; Amber
McCants, 12 pts. EG: 6-7

Basketball (boys)
West Shore 52, Edge-
wood 28 WS: Skylar
Senti, 27 pts; Nick Stack, 10
pts. EDG: Eric Highstone,
13 pts. WS: 8-8

Brevard HEAT 53, Mer-
ritt Island Christian 33 -
BH: A.J. Witkowski, 18 pts;
Dallas James, 11 pts. MICS:
Tristan Shore, 25 pts. BH:
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BC: Hassan Shabazz, 13
pts; Jim Farrie, Jr., 10 pts.
.CC: Tom Leonard, 24 pts;
Casey Durfee, 17 pts; Josh
Lindsey, 12 pts. BC: 3-7 CC:
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Eau Gallie 68, Space
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Brown, 16 pts. SC: Korey
Milford, 26 pts; Lee Hartin,
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ny Jackson, 33 pts. VB:
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pts; Jim Leffew, 15 pts;
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7-8 VB: 11-4

Jan. 10

Basketball (boys)
Palm Bay 60, Eau Gallie
59 EG: Steven Coleman,
28 pts; Alan Wells, 10 pts.
PB: Jarvell Hardy, 14 pts;
Chad Davis, 11 pts; Kevin
Greene, 11 pts.EG: 121-5

Melbourne 75, Bayside
70 MEL: Anthony Jack-
son, 34 pts; Chris Lurcott,
12 pts. BHS: Travis
Autridge, 26 pts; A.J. DeRi-
co, 18 pts. MEL: 8-8 BHS:
6-11

Basketball (girls)
MCC 61, West Shore 21
MCC: Crystal Rogers, 13
pts; Jenna Wilson, 12 pts;
Lynisha Nelson, 10 pts.
WS: Elisabeth D'Esposito,
10 pts. MCC: 13-5

Soccer (boys)
West Shore 8, John Car-
roll 0 WS: Adam Mair, 2
goals; Shane Wixted, 2
goals; Michael Ballack, 2
goals; Josh Lang, goal;
Adam Lang, goal. WS: 14-
1-1

Soccer (girls)
West Shore 8, Edgewood
0 WS: Brittany Bauer, 2
goals; Katie Heller, goal;
Erica Sheddy, goal; Raye
Salkey, goal; Bridgett Mur-
phy, goal; Vanessa Pepin,
goal; Shelby Oliva, goal.
WS: 11-4-3 EDG: 7-4-1

Rockledge 4, MCC 3 -
MCC: Carly Hunt, 2 goals;
Megan Messina, goal. RCK:
Candice Watson, 2 goals;
Heather Farmer, goal;
Christina Edwards, goal.
MCC: 15-4-1 RCK: 13-5-1

Melbourne 4, Martin
County 0 MEL: Alyssa
Esposito, 2 goals; Katie
King, goal; Lauren Hop-
ping, goal. MEL: 16-2-4

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Lukas Harden for Hometown News
Melbourne senior Adam Busshaus (No. 21) will lead the top-seeded Bulldogs into district
tournament action Jan. 24 at Eau Gallie High School.


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Attending induction was dream come true


As a child, I often
Spent most of my
L summers in upstate
NewYork. I can remember
taking the short drive to
Cooperstown to the
Baseball Hall of Fame.
While I never attended
any of the introduction
ceremonies, I could
picture in my mind's eye
not only what it would be
like to be there, but what it
would be like to be one of
the players making an.
acceptance speech.
Well, my baseball talent
ran far short of a trip to
Cooperstown. In fact,
while I am pretty good at
many sports, I am master
of none. There will be no
speech for me in front of a
large crowd gathered at
the Hall of Fame.
Still, I have longed to
attend an induction
ceremony.
Years ago, I planned to
travel to Cooperstown to
see my baseball hero, Mike
Schmidt, get inducted.
Family and work commit-
ments saw to it that the
trip never happened for
me. I was certain that I
would never know the
excitement of attending a
Hall of Fame induction
ceremony. That was until a
short month or so ago.
Unbeknownst to me, we
have a Hall of Fame right


District
From page B8


repeat as district champi-
ons," he said. "We must be
focused and ready to play
our best soccer of the sea-
son."
Melbourne brings an
experienced team into the
tournament with 14 sen-
iors wearing the green and
white.
Senior midfielder Adam
Busshaus leads the team in
points with 31. He has 11
goals and nine assists and
sports 2.1 points per game
average.
Fellow senior Mark Mih-
lebach has more than
earned his keep in goal
with 44 saves and seven
shutouts in 840 minutes
between the posts for .95
goals against average.
Freshman forward Ryan
Price has made his pres-
ence known with 30 points
of his own this season.
Price has found the back of
the net 12 times and has
added six assists for
favored Melbourne this
season.
The Bulldogs will be
playing with a heavy heart
as they continue to mourn
the loss of teammate Sean
Hargreaves who died Dec.
19 after a protracted battle
with leukemia.
"It was difficult for the


here in our backyard. The
PGA of America's PGA Golf
Professional Hall of Fame
is at the PGA Village in Port
St. Lucie. .
On Dec. 8, seven men
were inducted into the
Hall, and I was there to
witness my first induction
ceremony.
The PGA Golf Profession-
al Hall of Fame originated
in 1940 at the suggestion
of famed sports writer
Grantland Rice.
After spending most of
its years in Pinehurst, N.C.,
and then in St. Augustine,
the Hall was moved to PGA
Village in 2003.
This year's class included
a friend of mine, Gary
Wiren along with Dow
Finsterwald, Jack Nicklaus,
Manuel De La Torre,
William Heald, Roger
Warren and Bill Eschen-
brenner.
Each inductee was
honored for his passions
for and contributions to
the game of golf and the
PGA of America.
The ceremony was held
at the PGA's Learning
Center. Despite the coldest
weather of the year, the
crowd was quite large and
easily filled the stands
brought in for the event.
The late arrivals gathered
around in standing-room
only fashion.


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist

Manuel De La Torre led
things off. De La Torre, a
top teaching professional,
spoke of his desire for
education. He talked of
how his goal was to
promote education in
everything in life, not just
in golf.
Dow Finsterwald, a PGA
of America member since
1956, was next in line. He
thanked his wife, Linda,
with whom he has enjoyed
53 years of marriage, for
being there with him
through his life.
Dow concluded his
speech with a tear in his
eye. ,
"I am proud to be a part
of golf, the greatest game
of all. I feel privileged to be
a PGA professional for 50,
years," he said.
William Heald, who


began his career as a
caddie, was the highlight
of the evening for me.
The man with the bubbly
personality started off his
moment with flare.
"I haven't had this much
fun since I led the cabbage
strike of 1949," he told the
amused crowd. With a big
grin and a mischievous
twinkle in his eye he then
added, "We won. Our
wages went from 75 cents
to $1.",
The man best known as
the "Greatest Golfer Ever"
was not on hand that
evening. Jack Nicklaus had
prior commitments half-
way around the world that
he tried diligently to break,
but could not make it. His
lovely wife, Barbara
accepted on his behalf.
Barbara spoke of how
Jack started playing the
game at age 10. Jack
wanted to spend some
time with his father who
was recovering from a
broken ankle. Jack went to
the course with his dad
and between holes, while
dad rested, Jack would
chip and putt. It was the
beginning of a grand
career, one that Jack says
he owes to all PGA profes-
sionals.
My friend GaryWiren
followed. Wiren spoke of
how his wife, Tracy, stayed


home with their four
children while he traveled
and taught. He told us that
golf is not about $40
million courses and $20
million clubhouses. It's
about playing the game
with friends and new
acquaintances.
He concluded with a
profound statement.
"I want to thank my
mom for reading to me as
a child. She taught me that
those who dare to teach
should never cease to
learn."
Bill Eschenbrenner, the
PGA Golf Professional of
the Year and Roger Warren,
outgoing PGA president,
concluded the ceremony.
Warren spoke of what an
honor it had been to the
34th president of the PGA f
America.


Eschenbrenner summed
up the award perfectly.
"This award is special
because it represents
someone from every facet
of the game," he said.
The seven men inducted
that day are just as special
as the award bestowed
upon them.
I thank them for sharing
their special moment with
me, and many others that
day.
In doing so, now I have
achieved one of my
dreams.

James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night Golf
Show on WPSL 1590-AM
radio station. Contact him
atjstammer@yahoo.com.


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team right after he
passed," McCabe said.
"But we really came
together and bonded as a
team at Sarasota."
The Melbourne players
will wear Hargreaves' uni-
form No. 17 embroidered
in gold on their jerseys
throughout the rest of this
postseason in memory of
their fallen comrade.
2006-07 Class 6A, Dis-
trict 6 tournament sched-
ule
Jan. 22 No. 4 Eau Gallie
vs. No. 5 Palm Bay,
6p.m.
Jan. 24 No. 2Vero Beach
vs. No. 3 Centennial,
5 p.m.
Jan. 24 No. 1 Melbourne
vs. Eau Gallie/Palm Bay
winner, 7 p.m.
Tournament final Jan.
26, 7 p.m.

Class 3A, District 11,
Melbourne Central
Catholic High School
The West Shore Wildcats
roar into the tournament
with a district-best 15-1-1
overall record and will
have the No. 1 seed when
play begins Jan. 22 at Hus-
tlers Field. The Wildcats
are 7-1 within the district.
West Shore is averaging
nearly four goals per game,


while holding opponents
to a single goal each time
out.
Senior forward Adam
Mair and midfielder
Michael Ballack lead West
Shore in its quest for the
district title, each averag-
ing more than two points
per game.
Mair is among the coun-
ty's leaders in goals scored
and points with 24 and 55
respectively.
Ballack has netted 11
goals and six assists for the
Wildcats, much to the
delight of head coach
Chris Meeks who credits
an all-around effort for the
stellar record.
"We accomplished this
record due to outstanding
defensive play as well as
an explosive offense," he
said. "West Shore is excit-
ed and looking forward to
the tournament. It should
be exciting and you never
know who will win."
The host Hustlers come
in with an 8-6 record, and
as the No. 2 seed will enjoy
a first-round bye along
with West Shore and No. 3
seed Florida Air Academy.
2006-07 Class 3A, Dis-
trict 11 tournament
schedule
Jan. 22 No. 5 John


Carroll vs. No. 4 Viera.
7p.m.
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No. 3 FAA, 5:00 p.m.
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MC: 13-5-1

Eau Gallie 8, Space
Coast 0 EG: Chelsea
Brady, 2 goals. EG: 16-2-3

Jan. 11

Basketball (girls)
Covenant Christian 38,
West Shore 37 CC: Kris-
tian Foree, 14 pts. WS:
Elisabeth D'Esposito, 15
pts; Laidsay Centi, 11 pts.
CC: 6-8

Melbourne 39, Centen-
nial 32 MEL: Alexis
Benvidez, 11 pts. CNT:
Jemara Robinson, 13 pts.
MEL: 8-9

Soccer (boys)
Melbourne 3, Cocoa
Beach 0 MEL: Adam
Busshaus, goal; Anthony
Rose, goal; Alex Chavaria-


ga, goal. MEL: 16-4 CB: 11-
-6-2

t- West Shore 6, FAA 3 -
WS: Adam Mair, 3 goals;
Michael Ballack, 2 goals;
Josh Lang, goal. FAA: Ludji
Chipps, 2 goals. WS: 15-1-1

Soccer (girls)
West Shore 2, Merritt
Island 0 -WS: Toni Press-
ley, goal; Bridgett Murphy,
goal. WS: 12-4-3 MI: 9-1-4

Wrestling
Eau Gallie 40
Rockledge 34

Jan 12.

Basketball (boys)
Melbourne 63, Palm Bay
54 PB: Bryce Lovett, 15
pts; Kevin Greene, 12 pts;
Jarvell Hardy, 11 pts. MEL:
Anthony Jackson, 19 pts;
Chris Lurcott, 11 pts;
Corey McGanp, 10 pts. PB:
8-9 MEL: 9-8

Basketball (boys)


411- 0- -- do


MCC 56, West Shore 44
- MCC: Peter Munch, 13
pts; Jordan Campbell, 10
pts. WS: Skykar Senti, 11
pts; Chris Douglas, 10 pts.
MCC:.11-5 WS: 8-9

Temple Christian 38,
Brevard HEAT 28 BH:
A.J. Witkowski, 11 pts. TC:
Sean Swim, 17 pts. BH: 4-
12, TC: 3-11

Soccer (girls)
American Heritage 3,
MCC 0 AH: Olivia Elias,
goal; Stacey Payne, goal;
Elyssa Friend, goal. MCC:
15-5-1

Soccer (boys)
FAA 7, Viera 0 FAA:
Ludgi Chipps, 4 goals;
Mathew Mathis, goal;
James Barrett, goal; own
goal. FAA: 6-5-4

Melbourne 2, Holy Trin-
ity 0 MEL: Pedro Mori-
era, 2 goals. MEL: 17-4


Soccer (boys)
West Shore 5, Palm Bay
2 PB: Calixto Lopez,
goal; Corey Chamberlain,
goal. WS: Adam Mair, 2
goals; Ryan Pettit, goal;
Josh Beasley, goal; Josh
Lang, goal.

Basketball. (girls)
Eau Gallie 38, Vero
Beach 37 EG: Mdison
Conradis, 11 pts;
Stephanie Viebl, 10 pts.
VB: Tiera Brown, 19 pts.
EG: 7-7

MCC 52, Lake Brantley
45 MCC: Lynisha Nel-
son, 18 pts; Crystal Rogers,
11 pts; Jenna Wilson, 10
pts. LB: Keitha Connell, 15
pts; Kasi Kroker,. 12 pts;
Ashley Kroker, 10 pts.
MCC: 14-5 LB: 7-8

Brevard HEAT 40, Tem-
ple Christian 36 BH:
Caryn Deruiter, 10 pts. TC:
Hannah Hodges, 14 pts.'
TC: 6-11


Prep sports
Melbourne High School
Basketball (boys)
Jan. 24 at Eau Gallie,
7p.m.
Jan. 26 at Vero Beach,
S7 p.m.
Basketball (girls)
Jan. 19 at Palm Bay,
7 p.m.
Jan. 22 vs. Merritt Island,
7 p.m.
Jan. 23 at Satellite,
7 p.m.
Jan. 25 vs. Titusville,
7 p.m.
Soccer (boys)
Jan. 22-26 District
tournament at Eau
Gallie, TBA
Soccer (girls)
Jan. 25-Feb. 2 Regional
tournament, TBA
Wrestling
Jan. 26-27 Cape Coast
Conference
Championships, TBA
FAA
Basketball (boys)
Jan. 20 vs. Pahokee,
7 p.m.
Jan. 22 at Booker, 7 p.m.
Jan. 24 vs. MCC, 7 p.m.
Eau Gallie High School
Basketball (boys),
Jan. 24 vs. Melbourne,
7p.m.
Jan. 26 at Palm Bay,
7 p.m.
Basketball (girls)
Jan. 19 at Vero Beach,
7 p.m.
Jan. 20 vs. Cocoa Beach,
7 p.m.
Jan. 23 at Astronaut,
7p.m.
Jan. 24 at Cocoa, 7 p.m.
Jan. 26 at Space Coast,
7 p.m.
Soccer (boys)
Jan. 22-26 District
tournament at Eau
Gallie, TBA
Soccer (girls)
Jan. 25-Feb. 2 Regional
tournament, TBA
Wrestling
Jan. 26-27 Cape Coast
Conference
Championships, TBA
Melbourne Central
Catholic High School
Basketball (boys)
Jan. 20 vs. Merritt Island,
7 p.m.
Jan. 24 at FAA, 7 p.m.
Jan. 25 at Sebastian
River, 6 p.m.
Jan. 26 vs. John Carroll,
6 p.m.
Basketball (girls)
Jan. 19 vs. Atlantic High
School, 7 p.m.
Jan. 20 vs. Merritt Island,
6 p.m.
Jan. 23 vs. Trinity Prep,
5:30 p.m.
Jan. 24 vs. St. Pete
Catholic, 6 p.m.
Jan. 25 at Sebastian
River, 4:30 p.m.
Jan. 26 vs. Treasure
Coast, 7:30 p.m.
Soccer (girls)
Jan. 25-Feb. 2 Regional tourna-
ment, TBA
Soccer (boys)
Jan. 22-26 District
tournament at MCC,
TBA
Senior softball
The Clem Riesenbeck Memori-
al Senior Softball League is
accepting registration for its win-
ter/spring season.
Players must be at least 50
years old as of Dec. 31, 2007 to
be eligible.


Registration fee is $35 for a 24
game schedule.
Those interested in signing up for
the upcoming season may contact
Dan Deratany at (321) 777-7770
or alpine@cfl.rr.com, or call Marty
Jacobson at (321) 591-1315 or
mjacobson @cfl.rr.corn
Champion's golf clinic
1997 U.S. Women's Open
Champion Alison Nicholas will be
coming to Duran Golf Club in
Viera Jan. 23.
Nicholas will conduct a golf clin-
ic for the first 200 people to sign
up. Cost is $10 and includes
instruction, lunch, a return green
fee to Duran's lighted Par-3
course and a prize drawing.
Proceeds will benefit the Dev-
ereux Children's Hospital.
Tickets must be purchased in
advance and space is limited.
Gates open at 10 a.m. The clinic
is scheduled for 11 a.m., followed
by lunch at 12:30 p.m.
For information, call (321) 504-
7776.
Second Annual Jennifer's
Golf Tournament
The 2nd Annual Jennifer's Golf
Tournament to benefit the Dys-
trophic Epiodermlysis Bullosa
Research Association (DebRA)
will be Jan. 20 at Baytree National
Golf Links in Melbourne.
Format is a four-person scram-
ble with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun
start. Registration starts at,10:30
a.m.
Cost is $125 per player and
includes green fees, cart, happy
hour and Italian buffet dinner. Cost
for dinner only is $65.
All proceeds benefit DebRA's
Nurses Educator Program and EB
Registry.
Corporate sponsorships are
available.
For information, call (321) 775-
4515.
Adult baseball
Baseball players older than 48
are needed for a new wood bat
league being formed in Brevard.
Plans are for two teams to play
on Saturday and Sunday morning
at a location to be determined.
Cost will be limited to purchas-
ing baseballs and the fee for field
rental.
Interested players should con-
tact Jack Sayles at magnets-
man @bellsouth.net.
Midnight basketball
A basketball league for players
ages 12-25 is being formed for Fri-
day nights at the Grant Street
Community Center in Melbourne.
There is no cost to participate.
For information, call 674-5723.
Golf lessons
Spessard Holland Golf Course
in Melbourne Beach offers private
and group golf lessons.
To register, call (321) 952-4529.

Martial arts
Karate for kids
Karate lessons are available for
children ages 5-10 at the Indian
Harbour Beach Recreation Cen-
ter.
Classes are Tuesdays and
Thursday from 4:15-5i30 p.m.
Cost is $40 per month.
For information, call (321) 773-
0552.
Tae kwon do
Lessons are available Tuesday
and Thursday from 5:30-6:30
p.m. at the David R. Schechter
Community Center for ages 5 and
older.
For information, call (321) 773-
6458.
Sailing
The East Coast. Sailing Associ-
ation seeks new members.
For information on special events
and upcoming' races, visit
www. ecsasail. com
Coaches, league organiz-
ers, event leaders and camp
directors with news, stats or,
announcements, contact Rob
Shelburne at Shelburne@home-
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CAR SEAT, childs $15;
Childs 4 drawer chest
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$40 each. Like new.
White. 321-722-0462
SoBrev
CHAIR Ithr. oversized,
tan pillow type. Paid $600
sell $100 772-432-4234
CHAIR, SWIVEL, barrel,
It color, sturdy $70; Appl.
table, $35; Cabinet doors,
$30/all. 321-768-6252
CHEST OF DRAWERS-
Black, 3 drawers w/gold
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$35 321-768-2098
CINDER BLOCKS 42
$21.00 for all or make
offer. 321-253-2367
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COFFEE TABLE, $40;
Table $45; 4 Dining rm
chairs $25/ea. All exc.
cond. 321-722-0622
COFFEE/END TABLES,
Ig. glass oval coffee, 50"x
36" w/2 end tables, $165/
all. 321-728-3400 S.Brev.
COMIC BOOK collection,
Marvel, card & bagged,
'70-'80, 100 books, $200
all. 321-952-4097 S.Brev.
COMP. MONITOR, 16"
$10; great picture.crafts-
man. 16.8 batt. charger
$20. 321-254-3217 SBV
COMPUTER TABLE,
$15, call 321-724-6925.
COOKSTOVE, GE al-
mond color, works good
$50 321-723-2269 So-
Brev
COOKTOP, GE, electric,
30", ceramic, Profile
JP930, bisque, like new,
$175. 321-757-7512
CORNICE, ARCH win-
dow, 102"x20"x6", bur-
gandy w/gold inlay, $200,
call 321-255-2103.
COUCH & COFFEE table
blue leath/glass grt cond.
can email photo $190.
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ple,sleigh,$100;High chair
& changing table $50/ea.
All like new 321-777-4523
CURIO CABINET, light-
ed w/ glass shelves, bot-
tome has stroage, like
new, $185, 321-768-1620
DALE EARNHART col-
lection. Lifesize cutouts.
Jackets & cars. $200 &
under. Call 321-636-9562
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Sony Mon. $125 & Cam-
era extra batt/mem card
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drawers (2 deep file)
Must see! Underpriced
$200. 321-254-7428
DESK, MAPLE, 4 drawer,
$50; Brother sewing ma-
chine, $25. 321-777-5561
So. Brevard
DINING TABLE, oval,
56"Lx40"W $35; 4 chairs
$30;Wine rack,fits 20 bot-
tles $15. 321-727-0285
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ing fans & lights $25 all
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DOLL HOUSE, Bavarian
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DOOR OPENER: Ga-
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HP. $40 321-259-8680
DOORS, FLAT, (3), 30"x
80", $10/each; Victorian
lamppost, needs welding,
$50.321-676-2911 SBrev.
DRESSER, MIRROR,
night table. White whicky
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all. Call 321-725-4127
DRESSER, TRIPLE
white w/ nightstand,new
$2000+, sell for $200,
call 321-254-8674.
DRESSES: cocktails &
formals, w/beads,sequins,
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ture, $58. 321-951-4275
FABRIC- New decorator
quality ends, colors. 160
yds, 54"-60" wide. $200.
OBO 759-7212 S Brev
FENDER, 92-95 Dodge
Caravan, new, $75; '02
MitsubishiMontero wheels
$100/all. 321-258-9803
FLOOR CLEANER- elec-
tric, Hoover FloorMate
500, yours for $46
321-253-4768 Melbourne
FLOORING, HARD-
WOOD, Sakura (birch), 3
new boxes of 19 sf ea.
$75/all. 321-633-4426
FOOTBALL STAMP al-
bum, 1972 Sunoco, w/
extra stamps, $75.
321-725-7015 So. Brev.
FREEZER, UPRIGHT,
15 cu.ft., 3 shelves, $195
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GLASS BLOCK: PC
Decora glass blocks,
12x12x4, 17pc. Never
used. $175 321-752-0385
GOLF CLUBS, flex
graphite, RH Titleist DCI
822os irons 3-pw,
$199.95, call 254-0620.
GOLF CLUBS, left hand-
ed, full set, 3wds, 8 irons,
exc cnd, plus bag, $150,
call 321-639-7013.
GRILL, CHARBROIL
stainless, Al, used, char-
coal/ propane, all access.
$200/obo. 321-676-5921
GRILL, PROPANE, Mag-
ma, $45; Hummingbird
DF SX100, $35. Call
321-223-8004 So. Brev.
HighChairs,(2),ivory $30;
Blue velour wine chair
$40; Pink polyester club
chair $30. 321-726-6247
INSULATION: Flat roof,
4'X4'X1", Isaboard 70
pieces. $100, obo.
321-984-5338 SoBrev
JOGGING STROLLER,
very good condition, in
step, tires are great. $45
SoBrev 321-726-6349
KENNEL,Vari-Kennel
Convertible Pet
Apartment,20"W x29"Lx
23"H $35. 321-726-8576

King Mattress Set $200
321-722-4477 sobrev
KITCHEN SET Wicker,
glass top round table, 4
chairs, $200.
321-723-6370 Melb.
LAWN MOWER Toro
self propelled $100,
McCulloch Blower $30,
321-952-1925 SoBrev
LAWN MOWER, Snapper
riding, needs some work,
$75/obo; push mower
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LOVESEAT, TAN &
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MONITOR: 21" color
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MOVINGI TV'S, stereos,
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MOWER, PUSH, 4hp
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So. Brevard
MUSTANG 87-93 strut
tower engine brace, $50,
call 321-724-4269.
OFFICE CHAIR, grey
like new, $20; maple
rocking chair, $20, call
321-757-0797, So. Brev.
OFFICEJET HP5610: All
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Call Susan 321-749-3407
ORGAN,KIMBALL,2 key-
boards, full foot pedals,
bench,some music, $199.
321-253-3722 / 544-0750
PAPASAN CHAIR, w/
cushion, creme color, Pier
1, good cond., $75/obo.
321-242-9599 So. Brev.


PATIO TABLE and
chairs, $30; Basett Sofa,
$30, call 321-254-1768.
PET CARRIER $100. Will
hold 200 lb. dog. Call
321-773-2407
PFALTZGRAFF YORK-
TOWN Collection All
dishes and accessories
for $199. 321-242-6174
PIANO, ELECTRONIC,
100 songs rythm lessons,
computer load, $130, call
321-724-4854, So. Brev.


PILLOWS, DESIGNER,
(5) @ $25/each. Call
321-259-9536 So. Brev.
PLYWOOD, 9 sheets ,
4'x8'x1/2", $7.00 each;
smaller pieces for free,
call 321-751-1935.
POOL, above ground,
wall 24', still in box, $100;
his & hers golf set, $100
both/obo. 321-779-3984
POWER WASHER, Gen-
erac 2700, good shape,
$150. 321-777-1399 or
cell 795-9501. S. Brev.
RANGE, GAS, GEXL 44,
almond, extra Ig. oven,
self cleaning, 4 burners,
A1, $99. 321-751-9422
RANGE: Hotpoint elec-
tric range, mint condition,
self-cleaning. $195
321-729-8217 So Brev
RECLINER, ELEC. chair
lift, brown $80; Recliner,
blue $25; AC $50/obo.
321-728-8418 So. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR, FRIG-
IDARE, 21.7 cubic ft,
white, works great, $80,
call 321-242-8129.
REFRIGERATOR, GE,
off white, 19 cu.ft., ice
maker, exc. cond., $135.
321-953-1961 So. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR- S/S
Kenmore 22 cu ft
w/water/ice in door.
Beige.$125 321-726-9755
RIMS: New 15" alumi-
num, 15x6.5j, set of 4, 6
lugs. $150 Firm
321-373-4227
SCOOTER: Electric, kids
sit down, rode 6 times,
Excellent cond.$150, Call
321-723-0372 SBV
Single bed w/ 2 dressers
and night stand, real
wood, french provincial
$199.321-984-0796
SLEDS, 43" flexable fly-
er, $35; old German sled,
$25, call 321-773-9685.
SOFA, RECLINING,
moss green, good cond.,
$200/obo. 321-757-3450
So. Brevard
SOFA: Ivory, w/light coral
& moss motif, 3 seats.
Good condition. $175
321-633-6614 No Brev
SOFA: Navy, Burg, w/
leaf motif, 92" great
condition. $198,
321-951-2609 SBV
SOFAS, PAIR matching,
microfiber, throw pillows,
very good cond., $199
obo/both. 321-242-2850
SOLOFLEX MACHINES,
(2), w/attachments, $200/
obo both. 321-674-2338
So. Brevard
STEREO, JVC, micro CD
player, AM/FM radio, cas-
sette, remote, perfect,
$85.321-253-3611
STEREO: Penncrest
console, Am-Fm radio,
turntable; solid wood cab-
inet. $175 321-264-9079
TOOL CHEST, Crafts-
man w/ wheels, 10 draw-
ers, 2 pieces, $165, call
321-259-1948, So. Brev.
TOW DOLLY TRAILER-
(car caddy) includes all
accessories. $150
321-952-2180 Melbourne
TRAINS: Marx trains,
1966 0 series engine, 5
cars, great shape. $120
321-446-4289 So. Brev.
TRYKE, RADIOFLYER,
red, $15; Baby Bed,
white,$35; changing table
$20, call 321-952-9799.
TUXEDO: Men's, SZ44,
formal shirts, accesso-
ries, top condition. $100
321-783-9936 So. Brev
TV. STAND/CABINET,
29.5"Wx19/5"Dx27.5"H,
wheels, shelf, pine, $15
obo. 321-779-9766
TV, (8) VCR movies, $16
all; Pizza cooker $12. Call
321-751-6173 So. Brev.
TV, SONY, 19", $30; TV
armoire, dark wood, $75;
Entertainment center $75.
321-984-3847 So. Brev.
TWIN BEDS, 2 sets
w/bedding, like new
$100; BasketBall unit,
$25, call 321-722-2195.
VERTICALS, CUSTOM
made, vanilla color, 1 yr.
new, 12'x7' & 5.5'x6.5',
$100/ea. 321-242-7411
VHS VIDEO deck, record
& play, Hitachi VT-4410A'
$30 321-504-0680.
VICTORIAN SOFA, high
back, rich textured pat-
tern, short wooden feet,
$175, call 321-254-7188.
WALL UNIT, 3 pcs, use
sep. or as 1 Ig. unit, solid
pine w/drawers, desk,
$100.321-724-6840
WASHER, KENMORE,
heavy duty; Dryer, Whirl-
pool, like new, $200/both.
321-722-1313 So. Brev.
WASHER, MAYTAG,
$85; Nordic trac skier,
$35; Barstools (2), $60,
call 321-777-3535.
WASHER/ DRYER, ex-


cellent condition, $85
each. 321-951-2163 So.
Brevard
WASHER/ DRYER, good
condition, white, $200/obo
both. 321-806-9776 So.
Brevard
WASHER/DRYER:
White. $100; Elec. range,
self-cleaning. $100
321-446-7690 No. Brev
WEIGHT BENCH, $35;
LG 9100 Stepper, $55;
Ergometer Bike, $85, call
321-723-0138, So. Brev.


WOOD SHADES, woven,
3 @ 54"x64", 1@39"x64",
w/valances attached, $125
obo all. 321-751-2322




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BEDROOM SET, full, dbl
dresser w/ mirror, 2 night-
stands, hdbd., $800/obo;
Full mattress, boxspring,
rails, $350/obo. Call
321-636-9872
COUCH & CHAIR, leath-
er, twin recliner w/ match-
ing reclining chair, dk brn,
6 mos. new. Pd. $3K+ -
sell $1595. 321-267-8335
CUSTOM MADE stereo/
curio cab., mirrored glass
shelves, solid wood, 8'Hx
44"W, speaker cab., 5
drawers. Pd. $3000 new -
sell $500. 321-773-4989
Dining Room Glass
top, white wash, 4 chairs,
$350. Loveseat White
upholstered. Exc. Cond.
$150. 321-723-6370
DININGROOM TABLE,
oak, $100; Entertainment
ctr, oak, $100; Oasis
sleeper sofa, $200. Call
360-265-7629
DISPLAY/ENTERTAIN.
UNIT, 6 sep. pcs, $950;.
Corner computer desk w/
storage, $185; and more!
Call 321-768-6284
KITCHEN CABINETS, 6
upper, 6 lower, med. oak,
'dark knobs/handles, good
condition, mncl's. s/s sink,
$575/obo. 321-757-5499
LIVINGROOM SET, 4 pc.
,attar, S cane ','u.h;.,
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REFRIGERATOR Hot-
point. Side by Side with
icemaker. White. Excel-
lent condition. $250/obo.
Call 321-271-5209


ENGAGEMENT RING
AND WRAP (Wedding
band). Solitaire engage-
ment in a 6 prong setting.
White gold. 1.13 ct.
Wrap is a 4x Marquee w/
(6) .1.85 mm round cut
diamonds. Appraised at
$7,500. Asking $6500
obo. 321-636-4685.



MOWER, LESCO, Z-2
comm.,48", used 750 hrs,
3 yrs new,good cond. re-
cently svs'd. Paid $5700-
sell $1100. 321-987-9904
POOL, 6 month old, 25'x
4', including all equipment
and storage building, you
remove, $900. 443-540-
0099 or 321-951-3794




LEVITRA/VIAGRA &
'Diet Pills Order on-line
at www.Pricebusterrx.com
1-888-773-6230. FDA
approved drug Soma,
Tramadol, Phentermine,
Didrex, Viagra, Levitra
and more! US lic'd physi-
cians/ pharmacist. Over-.
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BORDER COLLIE &
Blue Heeler mix breed.
2-1/2 yr old, b & w male,
needs home with room to
run, smart, friendly. $50
321-704-9381 NoBrev

COCKAPOO PUPPY, 9
week old female, crate
trained, shots, health cart.
good w/kids & dogs, $500
321-626-4128

COCKERSPANIEL:
Pups, AKC, home raised,
champ blood line, red,
bik buff, ready 1/22/07.
$500. Call. 772-569-4944


FREE PUPPIES Wei-
maraner and Cur mix. 2
females. Ready to go on
the 29th! 772-778-6849
KITTENS, (2), black, 6
weeks, Violet & Frankie,
$25/ea. To good homes
only! 321-412-5115 Call
after 7pm.
PUPPIES (2) males, reg-
istered mini poodle and
maltese mix, 6 weeks old
$600 each 321-984-9133
RAGDOLL KITTENS-
Too Cute! 8 wks, Fl. state
health certs., TICA reg.
$500/each. 321-453-3757
shamberleesragdolls.com


MOTORIZED WHEEL-
CHAIR, Jazzy, model
1115, good condition, 2
new batteries, $1200. Call
321-952-6735

OXYGEN USERS:
Enjoy Freedom to Travel!
Oxlife's Lightweight,
American-made Oxygen
Concentrators Produce
1-6LPM Continuously.
Runs in Honme, Car, Even
Overseas. 800-780-2616
www.oxlifeinc.com
Medicare reimbursed.
Local Dealers Available

Prescriptions Less
Than Canada! Fosamax
$16.00, Plavix $45.00,
Singulair $51.00, Nor-
vasc $26.00, Advair
$50.00, ,Viagra $2.75,
Global Medicines
1-866-634-0720
www.globalmedicines.net




ESTHETICAN BED- with
pillow & stool. Manual
operated, white, excellent
brand new cond. $500.
Call 321-917-4166

MEMORY FOAM all Vis-
co New' orthopedic nasa
mattresses 25 year war-
ranty cost $1995, sell,
$398 queen; $498 king.
All sizes available. Fast
free florida delivery, origi-
nal TempurPedic & Dor-
mia from $699. Guaran-
teed best price! Electric
adjustabjes. 24hrs. Toll
free 1-866-476-0289;
Store Numbers: Hillsbor-
ough 813-889-9020; 727-
733-9334 Pinellas; 941-
929-7570 Sarasota; Polk
863-299-4811; Dade
305- 651-0506; Broward
954- 364-4989 Member
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All-Digital Satellite sys-
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under $20. Free Digital
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SOUTHWEST DECOR-
Includes plates, ,dolls,
sandpaintings, wall hang-
ings, paintings, steerskull,
rugs, blankets, etc.
Please call 321-951-3799
for more information.


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phone service provider?
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WATER SOFTENER sys-
tem, almost new, $350.
321-722-1313




OFFICE SUITE: Like
new! Must see to appre-
ciate. American Cherry
Finish Executive Desk &
high back chair, grom-
mets for cord mgt, pull out
keyboard/mouse drawer,
CPU/storage cabinet. Li-
brary Bookshelf Corner
Desk w/ book case. Will
sell desk separately for
$250 or all for $700.
7,72-388-8649/559-0302


HUGE YARD SALE!
Sat., Jan. 20th, 8:00a.m.
Multi-family to benefit Bre-
vard Guardianship.Lots of
linens & household items.
4356'Fortune Place, W.
Melbourne, off John Rho-
des (between 192 & Ellis
on East side).

MELBOURNE, Suntree
Woods, Sat., Jan. 20th,
8-1; 800 Suntree Woods
Dr.,off N. Pinehurst. Gar-
den tools, golf clubs, paint
brushesstapler gun, misc
household & garage
items. Come See!

MOVING SALE Fri., Sat.
& Sun., Jan. 26th, 27th &
28th: 440 Buffalo Street,
W. Melbourne. Furniture,
decorations, appliances,
and more! Come see or
call 321-768-6284.


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START YOUR New Year
off w/a new puppy! Ameri-
can Eskimos, only 3 left,
Purple Ribbon pedigree,
UKC, avail, now! $450.
321-254-7639
SUGAR GLIDERS, (3),
complete with cage and
accessories. Asking $300
negotiable. 321-591-2001



DOG CAGES, brand new
rack,2 for large dogs, on
wheels,Pd.$800-sell$400;
Cages: 4 Ig. wire, 3 med.
$30&40 ea.321-722-1313


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Apply at
5500 North Atlantic Avenue
$50 signing bonus paid
after yourfirst 90 days





Douglas Health
Services, LLC

**PREMIUM PAY**
**GREAT CLIENTS**

Live-in's, HHA's,

CNA's, Companions

and Homemakers

are encouraged to

register for various

shifts. References

checked.
(772)

770-0022
3406 Cherokee Dr., Vero Beach, FL
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will receive training Must be 21
and work with a Fun atmosphere
dedicated team.
Six figures in the Fill Out Applications at
1st year. 202 N. AIA

Call Alan
772-633-4840 Satellite Beach
_321.773.0087


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7 h oliring tor the
5 following positions

Cook: F/T Prev. Exp. Required.
CNA's: F/T & P/T for 3-11 and 11-7 shifts
Restorative CNA: F/T position with 2 yrs exp.
as CNA and 1 yr in Restorative programs.
Excellent salary/benefits/ Apply in person:
3663 15th Ave., Vero Beach.
Email or fax to (772) 567-8929;
atlanticheathcare.admin@encore-healthcare.com
EOE and DFW


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HOMECARE i
Lic# HCS229612

CAREGIVERS NEEDED!
Companions & Homemakers...
Come join a team of caring, honest and
hardworking professionals who strive to
offer quality care in all they do.
Offer competitive pay and flexible schedule.
Hourly and live-in positions available.
Requires dependable vehicle,
experience in a variety of domestic skills,
including basic cooking & housekeeping,
a desire to provide compassionate care to
our clients, ability to communicate
with clients.
Call 321-574-1622 or 772-539-9440
for an appointment.
Or mail resume to P.O. Box 500389 ^
Malabar, Fl 32950



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We currently have the
following positions available

Rockledge
Scheduler for Dr.'s Office

Melbourne
RN's
Mental Health Techs-
In-patient & Resident
Cooks (Residential)
Janitors (Residential)
Maintenance Technicians
(Residential)
Apply in Person:
400 E. Sheridan Rd.
Fax# 321-953-7526
or on .
circlesofcare.org
. EOE/M/FV/D 2


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Would you rather work smarter than harder?
Our Nurses Do!
Do you have to put in time on call?
Our Nurses Don't!
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Our Nurses Aren't!
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THE kAPE! IN IAPOOQY MANAOtMEN1 SQLUTIONS
is currently seeking:
Utilization Review Nurses to fill full-time positions in our Melbourne office.
Our company offers High-Tech Imaging Management for Managed Care Plans,
including pre-authorization and patient scheduling (National PPO Program).
Benefits: M-F work-week, paid holidays, casual work environment,
competitive wages and full benefit package
(some benefits are immediate upon hire....no waiting period).
Qualifications: Current unrestricted FL RN license, 2-3 yrs clinical experience, good
communication and organizational skills. Knowledge of QPT/ICD9 coding helpful, but not
required. Basic computer skills required.
E-mail Resume to: opportunities@medsolutions.com
or fax resume to: 321-837-5093


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Call Barbara:
321-784-5432


STYLIST NEEDED for
Established Melbourne.
Salon. Must be Experi-
enced & FL licensed. Ex-
cellent Commission plus
Bonus. Call Tues Sat:
321-727-3570
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UPSCALE SALON,
seeking motivated profes-
sional stylist w/ following,
321-795-5080

HOUSEKEEPERS
Make $200 to $400
weekly P/T & F/T avail-
able. Time, Area & Days
of CHOICE! Phone & car
req. For info 576-4435

BOOKKEEPER/ SECRE-
TARY/ RECEPTIONIST
Full time; Computer exp.
necessary ( Word, Excel);
Benefits. Send Resume
to: Immaculate Concep-
tion Church, 3780 S AlA,
Melb Beach, FL 32951
OFFICE SECRETARY
FT w/excellent customer
service and computer
skills. Call 321-368-0911
RECEPTIONIST Mel-
bourne based mfg. seeks
exp. person to cover lob-
by, phones & clerical du-
ties full time. Please fax
resume to 321-768-2144
or visit 200 East Drive.


RECEPTIONIST/ Front
Desk Needed, .warm
friendly, people-person
who can multi-task, with
computer and phone ex-
perience. Fax resume to
321-757-5069



Captain Hiram's
Resort
High Volume Restaurant
*Restaurant Manager
*Bartenders
*Sandbar Servers
*Bussers
Line cook exp + Saute
including grill
*Dishwashers
*Prep & pantry
*Food runners
Marina Manager
Hotel
Night Auditor
Housekeepers
'Front Desk
Flexible Schedules
1606 N. Indian River
Dr. Sebastian
Fax your Resume to:
772-589-4346
Visit us:@ hirams.com
EOE/DFWP


BARTENDERS/ SERV-
ERS Must be energetic.
Apply in person at Mala-
bar Mo's 321-725-8374
KITCHEN HELP Exp.
line cooks/prep, breakfast
& lunch. No Sundays.
Apply within: Aloha Eat-
ery 260 N. Wickham
LINE COOK must have
experience. Dishwasher
both are F/T for Break-
fast & Lunch. Loreen's
Village Cafe.
321-953-5838
LINE COOK- Experi-
enced only. Also, Experi-
enced Servers.
Call Susie: 321-951-0224
PLEASE
SUPPORT
OUR
ADVERTISERS!
They make
this
all possible!
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ATLANTIC HEALTH
CARE "Dignity & Ex-
cellence" Now Hiring the
following positions: Cook
- F/T Prev Exp. Req.,
CNA's F/T & P/T for
3-11 and 11-7 shifts.
RESTORATIVE CNA -
F/T position w/2yrs exp.
as CNA & lyr in Restor-
ative programs. Excellent
salary/benefits. Apply in
person: 3663 15th Ave.
Vero Beach Email or Fax
To: 772-567-8929
atlantichealthcare.admin
@encore-healthcare.com
EOE and DFW
CAREGIVERS Needed!
Competitive pay, flexible
schedule. Requires
dependable vehicle, exp.
in various domestic skills,
ability to communicate
w/our clients. Call
321-574-1622 or
772-539-9440 for appt.
CHEF,
DISHWASHER &
DIETARY AIDES
The Place at Merritt
Island Assisted Living
is currently looking for
the above positions for
Full & Part Time
employment
Apply in person to
535 Crockett Blvd,
Merritt Island, FL
32953
321-454-2363

CIRCLES OF CARE -
We currently have the fol-
lowing positions avail.
Rockledge Scheduler
for Dr.'s office. Mel-
bourne RN's, Mental
Health Techs (inpatient &
Resident) Cooks
( R e s id e n t i a I )
Janitors(Residenti1l)
Maint. Techs (Residental)
Apply in person 400 E
sheridan Rd. Fax #
321-953-7526 or on cir-
clesofcare org
EOE/M/Fv/D

FRONT DESK
2 positions-
Appt. Scheduler &
Financial Coordina-
tor for busy Health
Centered Dental Prac-
tice.
Seeking happy, detail
oriented professionals
with a great personality
and lots of common
sense who want a ful-
filling career.
Duties will include:
Greeting, checking out
patients, heavy sec-
retarial & financial re-
sponsibilities. Com-
puter Experience a
must & Medical expe-
rience is a plus.
Great benefits, loca-
tion, & working atmos-
phere.
If you are this person
please visit website:
www.SmileProfessiona
Is.com for Job Details.
&/or Fax Resume to
321-777-6887

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GIENIST. Exp. Only, FT
or PT, Good Pay, Bene-
fits -Viera 321-288-3873

DO YOU HAVE A PAS-
SION AND ARE WILL-
ING TO CARE FOR THE
ELDERLY? Please call
Janice @ 321-733-6091

DOUGLAS HEALTH
SERVICES
Now Hiring! Please see
our display ad under the
employment section
"Hottest Jobs"

Retired?
Need Part-time
Work?

CNA /
HOME HEALTH
AIDES
NEEDED NOW!!

Flexible days & hrs
Contact Razel
321-576-0351
rkennedy(a.
bellsouth.net

RNs/LPNs
also needed


Redi-Nurse
A Visiting Redi-Nurse
EEOE-DFWP

RN'S LPN'S CNA'S -
Sign on Bonus,
Competitive Salary, Exc.
Benefits, Extra Shift
Bonus. Call Island Health
& Rehab Center 125
Alma Blvd. Merritt Island
321-453-0202
RN'S MedSolutions is
currently seeking
Utilization Review Nurses
F/T for our Melbourne
office. Benefits, M-F work
week. Email Resume to
Opportunities@MedSol
utions.com




Baby Photographer
Sales. Strong Sales /
Customer Service
Oriented People
Needed, Take Babies
First 'Official Portraits,
South Florida Hospitals.
Must Be 18.
877-282-3176 xt.2601
www.grwingfamily.com/o
pportunities/msr.asp

CIRCULATION
AREA MANAGER
Full Time.
Top Community News-
paper. Responsibilities
include: carrier routes,
delivery verification,
rack placement, cus-
tomer service, etc.
Must have valid Florida
Lic./ Insurance.
Salaried position, ben-
efits including medical,
dental, 401 K
Call Dolan
772- 370-3696
or Fax resume:
772-465-5696
e-mail hoggatt@
HometownNewsOL.com
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CUSTOMER SERVICE,
in Adult Arcade, Must be
21. Fun Atmosphere. 2
locations. Fill out app at
202 Highway A1A, Satel-
lite Beach 321-773-0087

DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! OTR drivers, solos
or teams. 6 months expe-
rience & CDL-AIHAZ re-
quired. Full benefits
package. 2003 2005
equip. 1-800-362-0159,
LCTransportation.com

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GRAPHIC ARTIST
FULL TIME/
PART TIME
Fort Pierce
Jupiter, Vero,
Daytona,
Melbourne
Join a successful
community newspaper
team at the
HOMETOWN NEWS!
Looking for talented
individuals with strong
Mac experience. You
should be proficient in
Quark4, & Photoshop.
This is an exciting, fast
paced environment
with weekly deadlines.
You should be able to
work some afternoons
and evenings to meet
our deadline needs.
We offer health and
dental benefits, 401K.
Fax Resume to Phil
772-465-5301
email galdys@
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NIKKI'S ESCORTS Now
Hiring Dependable Es-
corts, all shifts. Earn cash
daily 321-254-5623
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AVON IS HIRING!

Become an AVON
representative today!
Profits begin at
50%! Set your own
hours. National
Health Care Options
after 90 days.
$10 Starter kit!

Marsha Good
321-768-6773
or Email:
emgood45@aol.com
BOOKKEEPING & TAX
Preparer for small ac-
counting office. Must have
extensive knowledge of
Quick Books. Payroll tax
& form 1040 tax exp. re-
quired Call 321-773-8188.
ggeertsma@msn.com
HEART OF GOLD Are
you a warm compas-
sionate person with a
desire to help seniors?
Join our team of
non-medical home help-
ers and companions.
Flexible part-time shifts
available. Call (321)
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NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS

Earn Up to
$3001mo
for delivering
1 day per week
Must have dependable
car & FL Insurance.
Call James
321-751-5948
(leave message & when
you can be reached)
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CHILDCARE POSITIONS
Now hiring for CDA
teachers & teachers'
aides. Salary based on
exp. 321-757-9000

LOAN
OFFICERS/
WANTED
Loan Originators
for Union America
Mortgage.
Very Busy in process
of expanding in
Merritt Island
Full Time
$60,000++ annual
potential income..

Call 321-452-2660
or Fax Resume
321-452-2661

OFFICE MANAGER
30-35 hrs/wk. Must know
MS Office Software. De-
tail Oriented & good w/
Customers. Good Driving
Record. Mail resume to
Air Mobile, 2885 Electron-
ics Dr. #C-11, Melbourne
FL 32935 or fax to
321-259-1793

PART TIME
COPY EDITOR/
PAGINATOR
The Hometown News
is an award winning
community newspaper
with 18 separate edi-
tions from North Palm
Beach through Volusia
County.
We are currently seek-
ing a part time copy
editor/ paginator to as-
sist in page design in
our Melbourne Office.
Must know Quark,
Word, Copy editing.
Salary is based on ex-
perience. To become a
part of a great team,
please fax your re-
sume attn Editorial'
321-242-1281
or email sweetwood@
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Advertising
Account
Consultants
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Opportunities available
along the east coast of
Florida.

Qualified applicants
should be professio-
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nicate effectively on a
broad range of topics,
and be willing to 'put
forth the effort to be
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CAPE CANAVERAL,
2/2/1 townhome, bit. '05,
corner lot, Ig. deck w/spa,
all apple's. Open Sunday,
1-4, 129 Madison Ave-
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trailer. $159,900. Call S.
Stone Owner/Realtor
772-285-5856


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SATELLITE BEACH
Deep Water Large Dock
3 BR/2BA, screen porch,
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CENTRAL. MERRITT
ISLAND: Condo for sale-
by owner. 2/2 updated,
2nd flr,-end unit. Cable &
water included.
$165,000. 561-348-0651
COCOA BCH 2BR/1BA
Furnished, Across from
beach. Very nice! Heat-
ed pool, parking. Laun-
dry. $189,000 no realtors
321-799-3142
COCOA BEACH Condo,
2/2, For sale by Owner.
Newly remodeled.
$160,000 321-501-3077
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FINDER'S FEE $1000!!
New, large 3 BR/2 BA,
garage, 1870 sf, 87' wrap
around balcony, close to
ocean & Disney!$299,970
/terms. 321-242-7833
Ft. Pierce: High Point
55+ lake view, 1/1.5,
screened patio, laundry
rm, new kitch, rugs, tile,
AC & apple's $119,500
OBO 772-332-6896
HOLLY HILL Cedar
Pointe, 3bd/2ba/lcg, new
1st floor condo,Off 15th
St, Under sales price
$148,900 Owner/Agent
561-747-0592
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Ocean Village 1br Villa,
Total remodel, furn. Golf,
tennis, htd pool, possible
owner finance/ lease opt.
$225,000. 954-429-1821
HUTCHINSON ISLAND:
Harbour Isle, 1st fir end
unit, bldg 34 Riverfront
view, pool, marina, gated,
clubhouse, gym, granite,
kitchen & baths. 10' ceil-
ings, tiled Florida room
plus more! Divosta built
new, Best view. Best
price Reduced $50,000
$299,000 772-418-4118
INDIAN RIVER Condos,
New! Private Garages.
Cocoa Village Whitley
Bay West. See photos,
floor plans and prices at
www.perroneproperties.com
By Owner 321-403-7173
MELBOURNE CONDO,
2/2, 2nd floor, centrally
located, all concrete, new
roof, tennis, 2 pools, ev-
erything incl., Reduced to
$124,000. 321-727-2171


MERRITT ISLAND con-
do, 2 bedroom/2 bath,
pool, washer/dryer, mi-
nutes to beach, $185,000.
Lease option avail. 407-
797-2727 Broker/Owner
MERRITT ISLAND, 2 Br./
2 Ba. Condo. Owner fi-
nancing, $5K down pay-
ment. Challenged credit
OK. Available right away.
$210,000 Agent / Owner.
407-832-9072
PORT ST LUCIE An-
chorage on St Lucie Riv-
er, 2bd/2ba w/balcony, all
amenities, boat docks &
ocean access available.
$210,000 772-337-1301
PORT ST. LUCIE:
TRADITION, Avail. new
3br/2ba/lcg end unit,
w/balconies, 2nd fir,
appis, walk to public &
bedford pk sq. all tile.
comm. pool. $299,500.
772-336-9318
401-580-6001
VERO BEACH: Nicely
furnished 2/2 First fir.
Pool side unit w/screen
room, 1 mi from beach.
Rent $900/mo or pur-
chase $158,900. Owner
financing available.
772-234-5460




VIERA, BEST Value
Lakefront Condol 2/2,
garage,storage, all apple's
+ W/D, security system,
comm. pool/fitness ctr.,
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BAYSIDE LAKES, NEW,
$589,900 now $455,000
3+ BR/2 BA, 3653 sf,
summer kitchen,F/P. Call
for add'l. features. Dave
321-508-7944 / 727-0698
Best Deal in Suntreel
3 BR, 2 BA with many up-
grades. $199,999. Gene
Hartigan 321-501-8565
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866-403-7702
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INDIALANTIC Newer
Barrier Island Home. 3
years new. 3/2. 1850 liv-
ing. Pool. Spa 1 bick from
beach; 2 bicks from river.
$499,000. Great invest-
ment. 321-722-2768
INDIALANTIC- Deep wa-
ter Canal Front. 3BR/2BA
Recently updated. Scrnd
in spacious lanai w/pool.
Modern Kitchen, updated
ss apple's & an island veg-
etable sink.$639,900 Be-
linda DeMasso Re/Max
Alternative 321-960-1506
INDIAN HARBOUR
BEACH, 122 Algonquin
Terrace, 3/2, 90'x135' cor-
ner lot, nice home!
$200,000. 561-309-4108
or 912-681-6591
LAKE WASHINGTON
1999 3/3/2, Formal living
room, family room, & Of-
fice. 2600+ sq ft $564,000
Monday Host' Realty
321-542-2802, 725-2010
LONGWOOD ESTATES,
Huge price reduction 3/2
brick, 20x30 solar & gas
scrn pool, lots parking,
0.43 acre lot. $299K Mon-
da- Host Realty 321-543-
2802 or 725-2010
MELB BEACH Riverfront;
3/2, completely renovate-
d, new impact windows &
sliders, new apple, fishing
pier, tennis courts, club-
house, beach access,
$650,000.321-728-1837
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Eat in kitchen, on
lake. 1350 Morgan Ct.
Aurora Oaks. 1775 sf.
$204,900 Call
321-751-1530
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Eat in kitchen,
trussed back porch. On
lake. 1390 Morgan Ct.
Aurora Oaks. 1940 sf.
$221,900. 321-751-1530
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Trussed back
porch. On lake. 1410
Morgan Ct. Aurora Oaks.
2000 sf. $224,900.,
321-751-1530
MELBOURNE BCH Villa
3/2/2 walk to bch & river.
Gated com. Pool, tennis.
Immaculate, tile, maple
cabinets, apple's. Reduced
$349K. 321-536-6611
MELBOURNE, MUST
SELLI 4 bedroom/2 bath,
$154,000, worth $168,000
$0 down, $0 closing.
800-313-3862
MELBOURNE- 3BR/2BA
wonderful home. Updat-
ed kitch., Ceramic tile,
newer carpet & cedar
ceilings in FR. Lrg screen
porch great for relaxing.
Seller to pay $1000 clos-
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$189,900! Belinda De-
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any other homes listed
for sale at...

www.JulieCowan.com or call Julie Cowan
R54t 'Absolute 321-591-6416


MELBOURNE- 3BR/2BA
new roof, tile, fresh paint
inside/out. Dry bar area,
storage shed, pond
behind home w/fish.
Great neighborhood.
$239,900. Belinda De-
Masso Re/Max Alterna-
tive 321-960-1506
MELBOURNE- Wickham
/Post Rd; 3/2 1 car ga-
rage; newer A/C & roof;
fenced bkyd; Available
now. $160,000. Financing
possible. 321-253-3058
MELBOURNE/Palm Bay
Executive Luxury Home
New 4bd, 3ba, 2cg, Pool
Owner Financing with
$10,000 down payment.
Bad Credit- No Problem
self employed is ok
800-664-6201 ext. 2002
MERRITT ISLAND -
Waterside Drive 5br/5ba/
oversized 3 car garage
with elegant river rock
pool. 4400+sq.ft. living.
Indian River access
w/gazebo. Porcelain tile
w/tumble stones, high
ceilings, crown molding,
formal living w/gas FRP.
Master suite w/2 closets
that are aprx 11x6, one is
a 'safe room w/poured
concrete walls, $789,900.
Call Belinda DeMasso
ReMax Alternative
321-960-1506
Mid Winter Blowout!
Melb 3BR wood firs,, 2
lots! $179,000.
Exchange lease opt. Chef
kit., pool, acre, $725K
Beeautiful beachy town-
house. 3 BR, $227,000.
Oceanside RE 951-7577
MIMS, 3/1, w/detached
den/ofc/laundry, 1/3 acre,
priv. fence, recently up-
graded, 1241 sf, 10'x15'
shed, close to 195 & US1,
$156,000.321-385-1344
NEW HOMES in Palm,
BAy, on your lot or ours.
Low downpayment &
many purch. progs. New
model open Jan 10. visit
www.cbievents.com
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE- With mother in law
suite! Unique property,
2br/2ba, enclosed lanai,
1 car gar. w/attached 1br,
lba apt. 2 blocks to
ocean & steps .to historic
Flagler Ave. Quiet neigh-
borhood, majestic oaks.
Investment opportunity.
Offered below Oct. '06
appraisal. Move in condi-
tion. Don't let this one get
away! Bring offers.
$379,900 Owner/Realtor
386-846-0155, 334-2997
NO MONEY DOWN Free
list of properties available
with No Down Payment.
Free recorded message.
1-800-596-5992 ID# 3043
Devin Realty, Inc.
www.BrevardHomesFor
Sale.com
PALM BAY 3bd/2ba
Beautiful home! 1100 Sq
ft. Built in 2000. Great lo-
cation & great schools!
$180,000. 940 Fairhaven
St NE, 321-591-6924 or,
MerrittlslandMay@aol.co
m. Financing available.
See photo ad # 33437
www.HometownNewsOL.
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PALM BAY
4/2/2, Screened Porch w/
Pool. Call Dwight Entwis-
tie, Home Investment
Realty 321-773-2466
PALM BAY NE, 3BR,
2BA, w/carport. New car-
pet, paint, A/C. Lg.
rooms, closets. Fenced
yard, fruit trees. $135K.
1-877-892-1314 ext. 7.
PALM BAY NW, adora-
ble starter! 2/1 + extra
room,1388sf, .32 ac., qui-
et neighborhood,Ig. shad-
ed lot, Ig. eat-in kitchen,
$137,000. 321-676-6223
PALM BAY SE, $156,000
Charming 2/2/2, comply.
remodeled, new apple's,
newer roof / AC / water
sys., screen porch, quiet
neighborhood, new BA's.
Avail. now! 321-806-8760
PALM BAY SE, 6 years
new, CBS 3/2/2 canal
home, vaultectd, ceilings, all
new carpet/vinyl/tile, new
26' Fl. room, new paint
in/out, new privacy fence,
security sys., city water,
pond & artesian well, va-
cant lot on both sides,
canal & woods in rear, all
new furniture neg. Selling
below cost! $215,000.
Call 321-727-7786. See
photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#33188 and HD slide-
show!
PALM BAY, BY OWNER.
Affordable 2B/2B dream
house Tile roof, Cathe-
dral / Vaulted ceilings,
open floor plan. Big mas-
ter BR with walk-in closet.
Screened patio. New tile
floor, new paint. Spotless.
Move in condition.
Priced to sell at
$142,000. 321-724-9939


PALM BAY, new homes.
160 MPH Wind Cert.,
Priced from Mid 100's,
New model open Jan 20,
8 6 6 -4 0 3 7 7 0 2
www.cbievents.com
PALM BAY, REDUCED
$20K to $159,900 from
$179,900! 3/2/1, 5K down
$888/mo. Owner financ-
ing 6.5% fixed! Compl.
renovated 321-795-2604


PALM BAY- 2br/2ba/lcg
Charming in perfect quiet
location. New roof, range,
home warrantee. Well
maintained. $134,000
1-800-313-2488 ext 77
See photo ad # 33432
www.HometownNewsOL.com

PALM BAY: 3BD/2BA,
new custom home,10ft
flat tray ceilings, solid sur-
face countertops, great
location, close to shoppin-
g & Interstate $229,900
321-253-6171
PALM CITY: Meadows
Gated Comm 2/2/2 Over
looks lake, extended
Capri,built in wall unit.
Tennis, playground &
pool. $315,000
772-286-2561 / 201-951-
5968
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
New! 3/2/2 Close to Gai-
tlin & 95. Tile, stainless
appliances, granite coun-
ter tops. $330,000 Leave
message 561-798-8867
PORT ST LUCIE,Torino-
NO MORTGAGE PAY-
MENTS 1st YEAR! Seller
will pay your 1st yr mort-
gage payments up to
$20,000 & your closing
costs up to $6,000! You
get paid $$$ @ closing!
SGet 100% Financing
WAC & live 1st year in
this luxury home for next
to nothing! 5 BR/ 3 Full
Ba, 2 CG 561-385-2895
PORT ST. LUCIE:
QUICK SALE!!Job trans-
fer! 3/2/2 w/ spa, fenced
yd, & sprinkler sys. New
roof, carpet & A/C.
$210,500 407-739-1077
ROCKLEDGE Afforda-
ble 5br/3ba bonus room.
CBS, 2000 sq ft, over-
sized garage, good
schools, large screened
porch and fenced back
yard, gorgeous front yard
with large oaks. 928
Georgia Ave, $135,000
Call 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.co
m. Financing available.
See photo ad #33435
www. HometownNewsOL
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WOW
SATELLITE BEACH
Tropical Paradise! 3/2
Executive Home w/lanai,
swim spa, 2400+ LVSF.
MUST SEEI $429,000
Coquina Reef Realty, Inc.
DebraStone321-432-1557,

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SATELLITE.BEACH-
Dep Wler in,:redite
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3 BR/2BA, screen porch,
Jacuzzi. REMODELED!
Owner will help with down
payment or closing costs
or RENTTO OWNI
Must seel $589,000
Coquina Reef Realty, Inc.
DebraStone321-432-1557
SEBASTIAN: Custom
built 3/2 + office, Ig lot.
Pool, 5 pers hot tub, hrd
wd firs, fire plc,spacious
kitch, Quiet nbrhd, close
to shopping, schools &
beach. Priced for quick
sale! l 772-388-3098
See Virtual High Defini-
tion Slide Show at:WWw.
HometownnewsOL.com
Ad#229410
SEBASTIAN: Vero Lake
Estates, Completely ren-
ovated large 2/2/1 corner
lot, new roof, AC, tile
floors, scrn porch,vaulted
ceilings, mst bath sepa-
rate shower & tub. $154k
321-890-6851
SOUTH DAYTONA- One
of a kind pool home.
3br/2ba 2 car garage.
Pristine condition, lots of
upgrades. $289,900
386-304-9025 / 761-6337,
STEEL FRAME Homes -
Palm Bay, 1st time home
buyer prog., New model
open Jan 20. See ad in
this paper. 866-403-7702
www.craftsmenbuilders.com

STUART: Snug Harbour
4/3 Home & all furn sold
as estate liquidation.5000
sq ft under roofl Property
is .7 acres in most sought
after waterfront comm.
Walking distance to St.
Lucie River, priv club
hse, tennis ct, protected
marina w/ 50ft. deep wa-
ter slips. 2006 construc-
tion Mediterranean Style
Estate, all under warran-
ty! Priced below 2 recent
Snug Harbour sales.
$1,390,000. Call owner at
954-629-6247
See High Definition Slide
show at: www.
HometownnewsOL.com
ID# 229797
SUNTREE 5BR/4BA,
extra wide 3 car gar., 2
Paver Driveways, heated
pool, granite counter
tops, Island kitch., & so
much more. $1,049,000
Belinda DeMasso ReMax
Alternative 321-960-1506
TITUSVILLE Affordable
4 bedroom. Move in
ready! $26,000 in up-


grades. New roof, AC,
carpet, paint, appliances,
bathroom & kitchen 313
Oleander PI $135,000
Call 321-591-6924 1 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.co
m. Financing available.
See photo ad # 33436
www. HometownNewsOL.
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TITUSVILLE, 2/2, 1058
sq. ft. CBS home, near
water, quiet safe area, pri-
vate rv/boat parking, large
shed/laundry. Asking
$122,500. 321-289-2489
See HD Slide Show www.
Hometown NewsOL.comr
AD#32003
VERO Beach 3 Models
From $149,990 w/ lot
All 3br/2ba/1 brand new
ready to move in. Only 6
left, full tile, cathedral
ceilings, CBS, full kitchen
appliances. Possible no
$$$ down. 1216 16th Ave
SW. 772-299-5622
Christenson Co. Inc.
VERO BEACH: Trillium
Sale Buy Owner
New 3/2/2, 1650 s.f.
Gated community with
clubhouse, pool, lawn
care.
Communities Best Buy
$259,000 or $1400/mo,
SR 60 to 66 Ave. N. to
Trillium, Right to 3169
Ashford Sq.
Call Bobby C
772-834-9097
VERO LAKE ESTATES,
brand new,blt. 11/06, Hol-
iday Bldr., Sterling model,
3/2/2, upgrades, near
shopping/schools/195,
$279,500. 321-751-2111
VIERA, Auburn Lakes,
Lovely waterfront 3/2/2,
immaculate, CBS, many
upgrades, all new appl's,
bit. '03. Asking $229,900.
Loggins Realty 321-452-
7653 or Anita Martin, cell
321-720-4222






W. MELBOURNE -
Hammock Lakes West.
Never Lived In. 3/2/2.
Gated Entrance. 95x125
Lot Eat In Kit. Dining Rm.
Living Rm. $268,900.
ownr/realtr 772-485-1356
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M.I., See the Rest, Buy
The Best! Merritt Island
Townhome. Walk to
shopping. Complete
Remodel. $189,500
321-501-4067 Vincent
Keenan Realtors
SEBASTIAN New Villas
starting at $185,000! Call
John King Broker/Owner.,
at Realty King [ Inc.
772-589-3054




FL LAND BARGAIN! 67
acres Only $10,000/AC
Beautiful oaks, great
pastures, secluded
setting. Trophy hunting!
Close to state park &
easy access St. Mary's
River. 30 mins
Jacksonville, FL. Call
Now 1-800-898-4409
x1107
FLORIDA Lots 1.14ac
starting @ 27,900- 1/4
acre starting @ 17,500
Vistit website for more
information Floridainvest
mentLand.org
GEORGIA Effingham
Cty, 17 acres near Sav-
annah River public boat
landing, 2 septic tanks &
deep well. $187,000
Owner Fin. 912-685-5896
or 912-242-2099
GRANT, FLORIDA- 2
lots, 3/4 acre each on In-
tracoastal. No fixed
bridges, dock permit in
place. Cleared, ready to
build. Asking $585K
each., Owner/Agent
561-718-4010
LAFAYETTE CO.
162 ACRES
Planted Pine, Hardwood
Bottoms, Road Frontage
& Great Hunting, $3700/
acre. Call 352-867-8018
MELBOURNE, North
Residential lot Zoned GU
90x90 with mobile home
used for storage only.
$25,000. Call Jim
321-259-3597
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Brook Ledge Farms, by
owner. 5 acres pasture.
Ideal for horse farm or
home site. $199,500.
Owner financing avail.
w/small down payment.
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that much $1000/mo
772-567-8133/802-324-3
291 or Ivanland@aol.com

W. MELBOURNE, Prof.,
mature, Christian lady
would like to share town-
house w/same, clean,
quiet, no smoking, $450
mo. incl. all util's., pool,
tennis, laundry, cable, etc.
$250 dep. (payable in in-
stallments). Call Denise
321-604-0627




INSTRUCTOR SEEKING
Small classroom / confer-
ence room, 2-3 eves/ wk.
Indialantic Melb area.
May consider work in ex-
change for room charge.
Call: 207-557-9383







*SEBASTIAN*
*NEW COMMUNITY*
Pelican Isles.

2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS
Available,
W/D & Cable included.
Income restrictions

925 Pelican
Isles Circle
Sebastian

772-581-4440


CAPE CANAVERAL, 3/2,
new carpet/paint, close to
beaches & Port, no pets
or smoking, semi-furn., all
apple's, water/cable incl.,
$1200/mo. 321-459-2696

COCOA BCH CONDO
2BR/ 2BA, walk to beach.
Great location. Eat in kit.
Just painted. W/D, pool.
Great cond. $900/mo.
321-773-8671; 961-1947.


COCOA BEACH Condo
2/2, 3 month minimum.
Partially furnished. No
smoking/pets. $900/mo.
Lease opt. 321-501-3077
www.pearsonventures.biz
INDIALANTIC, 2 BR/2.5
BA, fully furnished condo,
across from ocean! $950.
321-723-0430 days or
321-777-1946 eves.
Melbourne Beach, Du-
plex, furn/full kit. 10 mos,
$799/mo; 4 mo, $949/mo;
1 mo $1099. Reserve for
3/1. Call 321-725-8392
wwsa@gate.net.


RENT NOW
MELBOURNE- 1 Bdrm,
1 Bath. Incls. water, trash
& pest control. Centrally
located. $550/m; $300
dep. 321-722-0781
MELBOURNE- PORTO-
FINO VILLAS: 1 & 2 Bed-.
room available. All units
w/ patio or balcony; Some
units w/ fireplace. Club-
house & Pool. Pets Wel-
come! Certain income
restrictions apply. Call:
321-242-8018
MELBOURNE- Winter
Visitors, 3 month mini-
mum; 2 bdm/ 2 bath,
Fully furnished, Utilities
included. Near Shopping.
321-254-6635
PALM BAY 2 BR/1BA,
W/D hookup. Newly Ren-
ov. tile, wood flooring.
Move in special! 1st
month's rent $695/mo.
$5001 sec. No application
fee. Call 321-604-7535
PALM BAY NE Wood-
side Condos. 2BR/2BA
Grt loc. near shopping,
schools, & 195. $650/mo.
Intracoastal Re 255-1661
Palm Bay NEW CONDO
2 BR/2BA, garage, all
appliances, pool, fitness
center. Close to 1-95. 1st
and sec. at $975. Realtor.
321-806-9282
PALM BAY, 2/2, kitchen,
large living & dining, pool,
close to shopping, no
pets, $850/mo. + security.
References required. Call
321-956-8843
PORT ST. LUCIE: Tradi-
tion *Centerline. Brand
New, 2/2 w/ garage 1st
fir, facing pool, all up-
grades $1025/mo. Incl'ds
cable, internet. Will fur-
nish. 716-316-7400
SEBASTIAN 2/2 with
amenities (clubhouse,
pool, tennis) $950/mo +
F/L/S 772-538-0031
SEBASTIAN: River
View, 2/2, comm. pool,
club house. available
February 1st, $700/mo.
FLS 772-584-0013


HEART OF Melbourne
Beach- 2/2 "Cottage"
Near golf and tennis.
$1000/mo. includes lawn
care. Call 321-724-0539
carefulee@earthlink.net

INDIALANTIC 3BR/2BA
/1 Car Gar. Nice location,
fenced yard, $1,000/mo.
Intracoastal Realty
321-255-1661

INDIALANTIC, Nice 4/2,
new kitchen, large fenced
yard, sky lights, pet negot,
nonsmoking, avail Nov.
$1250/mo + security 1 yr
lease, nonsmoking
321-242-1911, 720-1216

MELBOURNE Golf
Course Front. 3BR/2BA.
inground pool, garage,
fireplace, w/d, fridge,
lawn & pool incl.,
$1275/mo. 609-865-2507

MELBOURNE, Fountain-
head, 3/2 Screened, Pool
home $1,000 month, In-
cludes Pool Service.
321-693-1979

MERRIT ISLAND Home.
3/2/1, Remodeled $1,100
mo. Lease w/ option to
buy. 330 Carousel Ct.
See photos, floor plans at
www.perroneproperties.com
By owner 321-403-7173

NPB Unique 3/2/2 on 1
acre. Terazza Floors.
Spacious, big screened
in porch, large attached
utility building/storage.
561-312-4709

PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4 Bdrms. Homes,
townhouses, duplexes -.
starting at $700/mo up to
$1300/mo. Available Im-
mediately! Call for more
info. Woodlake Realty,
Inc. 321-723-8700

PALM BAY NE- Rent or
Rent to own. 3/2 pool
home, recent update,
1500 sq. ft., $1100/month
Call 407-267-2527 for
details.

PALM BAY NW -
FREE RENT
First Month Free!
Beautiful 3/2 w/pool.
1680 living sq.ft. Granite
counter tops, wood & tile
floors. $1300/mo. (MLS#
452519) 321-693-0725

PALM BAY NW, 3/2/2
1400 sq ft. City water,
partially furnished. All
apple. + W/D, screen
porch, large shed N/S
$950/mo 321-574-0310

PALM BAY SE 3/2/2.
New home. Near Bayside
Lakes. 2000 sf. Close to
shopping & schools.
$1150/mo. Please Call:
321-723-3911 / 288-5062


PALM BAY SE, 3/3/2,
Brand new never lived in.
Spacious & beautiful. Ca-
thedral ceilings, porch.
$1100 321-446-1437
A&M Real Estate
PALM BAY SE, near
Bayside,quiet area, brand
new, 3/2, 2 car garage,
approx. 2000 sq. ft. Ask-
ing $1050/month. Please
call 305-338-0746
PALM BAY SW, 3/2/2,
New home in quiet area,
Ige living/dining rm, gour-
met kitchen, porch, corner
lot. $1100 321-446-1437
A&M Real Estate
PALM BAY, 2 Weeks
Free! Brand new Homes!
$900-$1250 mo. All areas
3/2/2 w/ upgrades. 1200
sq. ft. Call for more de-
tails. Gore Realty
321-952-7257 704-1104
PALM BAY, 2/2/1, large
fenced yard w/ shed, city
water/sewer. Close to all.
Large den w/ built-in bar.
Ig master, W/D, A/C in
gar. $1000 321-626-7350
Palm Bay/ New Home
Beautiful 3bd, 2ba, 2cg
1765 Tharp Road SE
Bad Credit- No Problem
$5000 down payment.
No Bank Hassles, self
employed no problem.
Dave 321 474 2991
PORT ST. LUCIE: New
construction 2200 sq ft.
U/A, 4/2/2 split fir plan,
close to everything!
$1325/mo Minimum F &
S. Call 954-993-2895
PORT ST. Lucie: New
Construction! 2000 sq ft
U/A; 4/2/2; Split fir plan.
Close to everything, Ig
bck yd. $1275/mo Min F
& S. Call 954-993-2895


WOW
SATELLITE BEACH
RENT TO OWN!
Deep Water Large Dock
3 BR/2BA, screen porch,
jacuzzi. REMODELED!
Coquina Reef Realty, Inc.
$2,400 mo 321-432-1557
SATELLITE BEACH,
nice 3/2/1 home. Good
Schools, close to shop-
ping, walk to beach.
Fenced yard $1200/mo
321-514-5528

SEBASTIAN: CB 3/2/1 in
nice neighborhood,
screened porch, fire-
place, tile floors $960/mo
incI full lawn service 1 pet
ok. 772-532-5722

TITUSVILLE, 3/1 Carport
New hardwood floors,
fresh paint, fenced yard
w/ shed, W/D, D/W, 1st &
last $800/mo. + utilities.
781-871-9301 Pets Negot


PALM BAY, small house,
2BR 1.5BA, small fenced
yd, walk to shopping,
$500 mo. 321-480-6390
or 321-254-0571
VERO BEACH adorable
3/2/1. Furnished, com-
pletely remodeled. Walk
to schools, shops, river &
beaches. $1400/mo an-
nual $2000 seasonal.
772-562-5443
VERO BEACH- 3/2/2
Executive Manor. Large
private fenced home, on
quiet cul-ta-sac. Formal
DR/LR Ig pool/lanai.
$1495/mo possible lease
option. 772-770-3073

WEST MELBOURNE-
Great Location. 3 bdm / 2
bath, 1 car garage,
Screened porch, Privacy
fence. $895/mo. 1st mo +
Dep. 321-759-7009




MELBOURNE 2 BR, 2
story townhome. $825/
month includes water and
cable. Chana Newport.
Prudential Sterling Prop-
erties 321-432-2823



MELBOURNE BEACH
3bd/2ba/lcg, Fl Rm &
Patio. All amenities.
Steps from the beach.
Mint condition. First &
Security 954-554-1221
SUNTREE Townhouse
Gated. 2 Master BR w/
baths, Prof. decorated,
gym & pool. Scrn porch.
Former model. $950/mo.
Ownr/Agnt 321-537-0549



INDIALANTIC Lovely
2BR/2BA/ Car. 2nd story,
Irg rooms, has pool, nice
beachside loc. $1050mo.
Intracoastal Re 255-1661 '
MELBOURNE Near
Wickham/Aurora, quiet
st. 1/1 $575 & 2/1 $700.
Both incl. w/d, water,
trash, pest. 321-693-2784
www.Your-Castle.biz
MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA
- Just painted, very clean.
Nice location. $650/mo.
Call Intracoastal Realty
321-255-1661
MELBOURNE Beach
Duplex, Pristine 3/2, walk
to beach, tile & new car-
pet, hot tub/screened
porch. No pets/smokers
$1000/mo 321-749-4136
MICCO: 1BR/1BA, over
looking Indian River, new
appliances. Available
February 1st. $680/mo
1st & last Security.
772-713-0761
305-992-1085


S. MELBOURNE Beach
2 BR/2BA, Beach and
Pool access. No pets, no
smoking. $900/month.
$900/deposit. References
required. 321-722-1267
SEBASTIAN Off South
Winbrow, 2BD/1BA Du-
plex, W/D hook up, One
avail now or one avail Jan
15th, $750 & $775/mo
Call Rita 772-589-2426
SEBASTIAN Off South
Winbrow, 2BD/1BA Du-
plex, W/D hook up, One
avail now or one avail Jan
15th, $750 & $775/mo
Call Rita 772-589-2426




BAREFOOT BAY-Lg 2/2
furnished with veranda
room, wet bar, scrn porch,
laundry & computer rm.
No pets. Seasonal or
Annual 772-664-6300
Merritt Island 2BR,
screen porch, deck, car-
port, tool shed. On water!
Boat Slip avail. For rent or
Sale! Tom 321-452-5464




NORTH CAROLINA
Murphy Be in the heart
of the Tri-State. 2/2 Log
Cabin w/Fireplace. Wrap
around deck. All ameni-
ties incl Pet Friendly
Come stay for a week
$575 or just a few days 3
min. for $285. Call
772-465-5443
Ladybugchalet@yahoo.com




TIMESHARE RESALES
Buy, Sell, Rent. No com-
mission or broker
fees.1-800-640-6886
www.buyatimeshare.com
TIMESHARE RESALES
Sell today for Cash! No
commissions or broker
fees. Don't delay Go to
www.sellatimeshare.com
or Call 1-800-640-6886




VERO BEACH, Garage
/storage bay, 12" door,
15'x35' deep, elec/water,
lift avail, bathroom facility,
$600/mo. FREC reg
772-559-3398 / 234-8870





STUART Contractors
Showcase Warehouse.
Approx, 1050sqft for rent,
305-298-8667


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ACURA INTEGRA, '92,
Emkei Revolution racing
rims,new Toyo tires, body
kit, low. adj. susp., more!
$2500. 321-258-4618
See photos online www.
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BLOWN HEAD GAS-
KET? State of the art
2-part carbon metallic
chemical process. Repair
yourself. 100% guaran-
teed. 1-866-780-9041
www.RXAuto.com
BUICK LESABRE, '93,
140K mi., runs great, take
$750/obo. Call me and
buy it! 321-779-4883
BUICK PARK Avenue
Ultra, '91, good condition,
cold AC, runs great!
$2000. 321-953-6873
CADILLAC DEVILLE
2003, beige, loaded,
leather, factory warranty.
$11,999 obo. Call
772-463-7405 MC
CHEVY CORSICA: '96,
orig. fleet car, 86k mi.,
4dr, A/C, Am/Fm, PS,
srv.rcd CARFAX. Runs
grt. $1000, 321-724-6840
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FORD MUSTANG Con-
vertible '01, V6, Auto,
Power Windows & Locks,
Clean Car, Summer Fun
$8985 or $210/mo x48
321-636-0343

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HYUNDAI SONATA gcs
'03, V6, Sun Roof, Auto,
Power Windows & Locks,
Low Miles, Family Car
$9495 or $198/mo x 48
321-636-0343
HYUNDAI TIBURON GT
V6, Stick, Radio, CD,
Power Windows & Locks
$10,495 or $210/month
x60 WAC 321-636-0343
INFINITY. Q45 1998'
pewter w/leather int., fully
loaded, sunroof, exc con-
dition, 126k miles. $8,000
OBO 772-475-5807

MAZDA 929, 1992, 4
door sedan, fair condition,
loaded, runs well. Asking
$995 obo. Call Don @
321-632-4767
MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS GS, '95, white,
excellent condition, full
power, cold air, $3200.
Call 321-453-7425

MERCURY MYSTIQUE
GS, 4 door, '00, 81K
miles, 4 cyl., AC, AM/FM/
cassette, power, cruise,
$3395/obo. 321-751-1140
Mitsubishi Eclipse CS,
'97,custom HiPerform
stereo w/10"sub,6.5" kick-
ers, Pioneer head unit,
new tires/ alloys, loaded,
$4200. Call 321-676-4336
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Spyer GT '01, V6, Convt,
Auto, Power Window &
Locks. Clean car, like
new. $10,995 or $220/mo
x54 WAC 321-636-0343

MITSUBISHI GALLANT,
'03, 54K, off wht, 4 cylin-
der, auto, brand new tires
/battery,good cond. in/out,
$8000. 321-952-4075
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '04
Leather, Auto, Alloys, Low
Miles, AC, CD & Radio.
All the Toys. $14,995 or
$295/mo x60 WAC
321-636-0343
TOYOTA CAMRY, '97 4
dr, auto. Lavender, Main-
tained 1 owner. Low mi.
Extras. Excellent Cond.
$5,900 321-752-6192


FUSION 2007 90ccatv
4strok fully auto, remote
kill, disc brakes, throttle
limiter 5 colors to choose.
no deposit. We deliver.
only $10. in crate special
$389. 1-678-481-6230 or
1-770-539-4978







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650 VSTAR CLASSIC-
Perfect for ladies or gen-
tlemen! '03, indigo blue,
exc.cond.,2800 mi., many
extras! Very strong bike!
$6500/obo. 321-253-0001
HARLEY 2006: Ultra
Classic (FLHTCUI) Black
pearl touring bike, like
new! GPS, elec cruise
control, audible alarm &
pager, 4 speaker radio &
intercom, screaming ea-
gle stage 1 kit & pipes.
Extra chrome & more. 5K
miles, still under warr.
Call for details, asking
$17,000.772-713-6516

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HARLEY DAVIDSON
FLHP ROAD KING.
2004, 17,000 miles, many
extras! Asking $13,500.
321-693-9647

HONDA CR85 3 Avail-
able, 2004 to 2005. Stock
to Modified. Priced from
$1500 to $2500, Please
call 772-359-0494

HONDA CRF 50cc Dirt-
bike '05; Red. $950 Bom-
bardier 90cc ATV '04
Camo. $800 + Extras
321-777-2398 Ind Hbr

KAWASAKI KX250, '91,
runs great! $1000/obo.
321-258-9803

MOTOR SCOOTER: '05
Schwinn, 49cc, 450 mi.,
like new, Blindness is
causing sale. $1300. Call
772-388-2880

RCMS MOTOR SCOOT-
ER, '05, 320 mi., excellent
condition, 1 owner. Ask-
ing $1400 negotiable. Call
321-777-8849

SUZUKI INTRUDER
1500 LC, 2004, black,
under 3K miles, mint,
$7500/obo. 407-947-4686

TREASURE COAST
Honda Kawasaki We
take Trade-ins, Consign-
ments & we buy Motorcy-
cles Hurry In! Blow Out
Prices on ATV's VTX
1300's & Jet Skis. We
match or beat anyone's
price. 3804 S. US 1, Ft.
Pierce 772-464-6385
YAMAHA WR426, '01, all
stock, mint condition,
$2000/obo. Please call
321-258-9803





32' FRANKLIN, '05, like
brand new, sleeps 6, full
BA, completely self con-
tained. New $23,000 sell
$10,000. 321-383-9039

33' MALLARD Sprinter,
Class A, '88, 44K mi., 6
kw gen., good condition,
new tires, w/car dolly,
$8500. 321-953-3296


CAMPING
MEMBERSHIP!
Camp Coast to Coast
USA/Canada. $8 per
night (Full Hookup) year
round. Paid $2595,
illness forces sale $595.
1-800-236-0327

CRUISE AIR, '00, 35',
Class A, Ford V10, queen
bed, 1 slide out, W/D,
loaded, 56K, exc. cond.,
$48,500. 321-269-1985
See photo online at www.
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FORD 25' RV, 1982, 48K
miles,new tires/brakes, all
new wiring / hoses / belts,
good condition, $14,000
obo. 321-258-1158

FOREST RIVER CLASS
C-2003, 26', Rear island
queen, 1 slide, Ig storage
areas, 13K, like new, non
smokers, no pets. Asking
$39K 386-424-9375

FOUR WINDS INFINITY,
'99, excellent cond., low
miles. Just serviced &
ready to go! $27,900.
321-698-0607

GRAND JUNCTION: 37'
2005, 5th wheel. Brand
new! Comp loaded w/ fire
place, 4 slide outs, full
bath & kitch & living
room. TV, surround
sound, cable ready, & all
apple's Hot water heater,
gas stove & refridge.
$26,000. Call for details
772-528-9874
STARCRAFT 21': '01,
Hybrid, Sleeps 7, Great
condition, Light weight,
Loaded. $8250 obo.
772-581-0312




FORD EXPLORER, '97,
V6, leather, sunroof, pow-
er seats, well maintained,
122K miles, $4500 or
make offer. 321-749-6438

GMC YUKON XL, 2002,
garaged, great condition,
loaded, $13,700. Please
call 321-639-0811


HYUNDAI SANTA FE,
'04, black, 5 speed man-
ual, 48K, brand new tires,
cool all extras, excellent,
$9,990. ,321-759-4520
See photo online at www.
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AD#17161

SUZUKI GRAND VI-
TARA, '99, V6, 2WD, au-
to, good cond, blk, brand
new tires/battery, 64Kmi.,
$5000. 321-952-4075




CHEVY ASTRO, '85,
great work van, new tires,
$1000/obo. 321-258-9803


CHEVY S10 LS '01 Ext
Cab, 3rd dr. & back seat,
V6, 4.3L, auto., new a/c,
battery, matching topper,
$7950. 321-269-6609
CHEVY SILVERADO:
'99, Reg. cab w/cap,
great condition, new tires,
batt. V6, etc. 158K mi.,
$5500 obo 772-589-3337
CHEVY SUBURBAN:
4x4, 1989. Black, 113K
miles w/ A/C!!
Good Condition! $3,500.
772-569-9463
DODGE CONVERSION
van hi-top, '97, 318, 5.2L,
new' tires, 140K miles,
$3495. 321-676-2783 or
321-848-4018


DODGE SPRINTER
2005 Diesel, 20K miles,
Great Condition, A/C,
radio. $24,000 obo
772-562-0792 / 473-1333
DODGE SPRINTER 2005
Diesel, 20K miles, Great
Condition, A/C, radio.
$24,000 obo
772-562-0792 / 473-1333
FORD F-150 XLT Flare-
side, '02, 'black, 62K, exc.
cond.,. clean, smoke free,
tubular running boards,
$10,000. 321-254-1765
MAZDA B2300 SE, 97' 5
spd, 72K mil. Well main-
tained. Very clean. Bur-
gundy.Good gas mileage,
$3750. 321-254-5857


TONNEAU COVER for
'99 & up Chevy Silverado
or GMC,6.5'bed,fiberglass
ARE, silver, good cond.,
$500.321-952-6735




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16' BASS/CRAPPIE boat
'00, w/trailer, live well, rod
storage, dual batteries,
etc. Beautiful craft! Must
sell!$3900. 321-431-3142
1987 CHRESTLINER:
18' Deep & wide, console
steering, locking rod stor-
age, 2 live wells, full
windsheild w/ rain cano-
py, one owner. Never
seen salt water! Very
nice clean boat w/ 140hp
Johnson, T/T, engine
looks new in & out, w/
trailer. $5,995 obo
772-201-8179
AQUASPORT 165 '00
w/trailer. 50 HP Johnson.
Low hours. Bimini top.
Fish/depth finder, ladder
+ extras $5800. Like New,
Must see. 321-259-7364

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w/ 5 blade prop. New trol-
ling motor. $4500 OBO
321-953-4709, 508-1707
For Sale: 2000 Yamaha
Jet Drive 115 outboard
engine. Good shape.
Best offer. 352-347-2016
PONTOON BOAT:
Sweetwater 22', 1996,
40hp Yahama, stereo,
vhf, Hummingbird fish
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