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Serious message behind Harris fun run


Kidney disease,
organ donation
focus of event

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE -While out for a
day of healthy fun, Harris employ-
ees learned about a serious dis-
ease impacting one of their own.
Harris financial analyst Mike
Struthers wanted employees and


their families to learn about the
plight of a fellow Harris employee,
Stephen Baker, who suffered from
complete kidney failure five years
ago. He has been on dialysis since.
"I thought, 'Let's get a group of
people to participate and help
one of our own,'" said Mr.
Struthers. "Even though (Mr.
Baker) is sick, he puts in a full day
of work. We respect his fighting
spirit."
Mr. Struthers contacted Rich
Salick, community relations
director for the National Kidney


Foundation of Florida, to see if
the organization would be inter-
ested in participating in the inau-
gural Harris Family Medical Cen-
ter's Wellness Fair.
Mr. Salick, a three-time kidney
transplant recipient himself,
jumped at the opportunity.
Kidney disease is much more
prevalent than anyone could have
imagined, Mr. Salick said.
Twenty million Americans- suf-
fer from chronic kidney disease,
and another 20 million are at risk,
according to the National Kidney


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Viewpoint A6


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne International Airport leaders Richard Ennis, executive director; Rick Cloutier, head of operations; and
Lawrence Wuensch, director of land development discuss strategies to bring new airlines to the airport. They hope
that recent facility improvements and new high-tech tenants on and around airport property will entice a new
national carrier.


Airport looks to promising future


Officials hope to
entice new airline to
Melbourne operation

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Area residents
are nearly unanimous on how Mel-
bourne's airport can serve the com-
munity better: more flights to more
destinations at a fair price.


Richard Ennis, executive director
for Melbourne International Air-
port, hopes recent airline negotia-
tions will do exactly that. -
"We've got potential with five air-
lines," said Mr. Ennis.
, Among those on the short list are,
US Airways, AirTran, Northwest
Airlines, United Airlines. and Jet-
Blue Airways.
Mr. Ennis and his staff have
taken an "If we build it, they will
come" approach to wooing new
airlines to the facility.


However, instead of just building
a modem airport, the leaders are
building a marketplace filled with
potential airline customers.
Mr. Ennis was pleased with all of
the airport's high-tech tenants,
including Northrop Grumman,
Rockwell Collins, General Electric,
DRS Technologies, L-3 Communi-
cations, Titan Group, Arvato Ser-
vices, Liberty Aerospace and Ricoh.
Approximately 6,000 employees
0 See AIRPORT, A4


Foundation's Web site.
Mr. Salick also wants parents to
know their children may be par-
ticipating in activities that can
destroy their kidneys.
"We have a kids' program that
talks about poisons and drug
abuse," said Mr. Salick. "One of
the things we had was kids drink-
ing boiled down (hallucinogenic
plants). They don't know that this
is 100 percent fatal to the kid-
neys."


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Here


comes


the sun

Daylight-saving
time returns
on Sunday
BY JENNIFER STAHL
Staff writer
It is time to spring for-
ward albeit, a bit earlier
than most people are
accustomed.
Daylight-saving time
will come three weeks.:
early this year and has
been extended an addi-
tional week in the fall.
Residents are asked to
set their clocks forward
one hour on Sunday,
March 11 at 2 a.m. or
before they go to bed Sat-
urday night.
The practice is used to
conserve energy, but the
daylight-saving time sys-
tem has been in flux since
its start during World War
I.
According to
History.com, daylight-sav-
ing time was adopted dur-
ing the first World War to
conserve fuel needed to
produce electric power.
After the war, some areas
of the U.S. reverted to
standard time, but many
opted to continue the
practice of daylight-sav-
ing.
During World War II, the
U.S. Congress enacted a
law mandating "war
time," which required res-
idents to set their clocks
one hour ahead of stan-
dard time for the duration
I See DAYLIGHT, A2


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE An after-
school program is benefit-
ing from a local version of
"Extreme, Makeover,"
thanks to a West Shore
Junior/Senior High School
student.
Megan Schmid, a.senior,
is spearheading the project
to redecorate The Master's
Workshop, a nonprofit chil-
dren's center on the Mel-
bourne/Palm Bay border on
Lipscomb Street.
"The Master's Workshop
is a huge building that used
to be a bar," said Sherie
Jenkins, senior project


coordinator for West Shore.
"It is (now) packed full of
stuff and kids six days a
week."
Last year, Megan
approached the center's
director, Janet Marks, and
asked if she needed any-
thing to help the workshop
be more effective.
What the workshop need-
ed the most, said Ms.
Marks,, was a total
makeover.
Megan initiated several
fundraisers to pay for sup-
plies for the makeover, and
recruited students from
West Shore's National
t See EXTREME, A2


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Westshore Junior/Senior High School senior Megan Schmid organizes art supplies at
the Master's Workshop in Melbourne. For her senior project, she is giving the facility
an 'Extreme Makeover.'


Student gives center an'Extreme Makeover'

The Master's Workshop benefits
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of the war.
After the war, the con-
cept of daylight-saving
became a controversial
subject. Farmers, whose
work schedules corre-
sponded with the sunlight,


objected to being forced to
work on a different time
schedule. Also, the practice
wreaked havoc on trans-
portation scheduling due
to time inconsistencies
among various cities and
states.
Congress intervened
again when it passed the
Uniform Time Act in 1966,


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a rule which set the date of
the beginning and end of
daylight-saving time, to be
applied in each state
where daylight-saving was
used. Daylight-saving
would begin on the last
Sunday in April at 2 a.m.
and would end on the last
Sunday in October at 2
a.m. In 1986, Congress
changed the beginning
date from the last Sunday
in April to the first Sunday.
In August 2005, Presi-
dent Bush signed the Ener-
gy Policy Act of 2005,
which has extended day-
light-saving time by one
month. Beginning this
year, daylight-saving will
begin the second Sunday
of March at 2 a.m. and end
at 2 a.m. the first Sunday in
November.
But it seems that the
ever-controversial practice
might wreak havoc on
today's technology. Com-
puter experts fear a mini-
Y2K when daylight-saving


time goes into effect early,
as some computer systems
are not programmed for
the change. Scheduling
programs such as
Microsoft Outlook could
be affected.
According to their Web
sites, Microsoft and Apple
Inc. have offered cus-
tomers free program
"patches," or updates, that
should solve the problem
on their personal and busi-
ness computer systems. If
the updates are not down-
loaded to computers, the'
time on the computer's
system clock may be incor-
rect during the four-week
extension period.
To avoid this issue,
Microsoft suggests com-
puter users make sure that
both the Windows operat-
ing system and calendar
programs are updated.
Microsoft has produced
updates that will correct
these issues in Windows
XP and Windows Vista. For


more information, visit
Microsoft's Web site at
www.microsoft.com.
Apple users are advised
that the company has
already provided the soft-
ware updates designed to
accommodate the day-
light-saving time exten-
sion in its Mac OS X 10.4.5
and other models released
on or after February 2006.
Others with operating sys-
tems such as the Mac OS X
10.3 or 10.4 should visit the
company's Web sit at
www.apple.com and click
on "software update" to
download patches.
As to whether the
extended daylight-saving
time period would
decrease energy consump-
tion, some energy
providers are in the dark.
Sarah Marmion, spokes-
woman for Florida Power
& Light, said the company
doesn't keep records on
energy consumption.
"We just don't have that
kind of data," Ms.
Marmion said. "We have
our peak load times, and
those aren't going to
change."
Ms. Marmion said FPL
experiences peak load
times from 6-10 a.m. and
6-10 p.m. daily, "regardless
of what's going on outside
with light or weather."
However, Ms. Marmion
suggested that individuals
interested in decreasing
their energy consumption


visit FPL's Web site at
www.fpl.com to take the
company's online home
energy survey. The survey
is an analysis of personal-
ized energy use, and offers
specific ways to save
money on electric bills
with energy saving tips.
Yvonne Martinez,
spokeswoman for the Palm
Bay Fire Rescue, said the
department uses the day
as a reminder to residents
to change the batteries in
their smoke detectors.
"We pick that day
because it's. easy to
remember," Ms. Martinez
said. "Smoke detectors
need to be operational,
and we use (the daylight-
saving time days) because
the batteries in smoke
detectors need to be
checked twice a year."
Ms. Martinez, who is also
the spokeswoman for the
Palm Bay Police Depart-
ment, said police don't
anticipate the daylight-
saving time extension
would decrease the num-
ber of injuries and fatali-
ties sustained in children
on Halloween. Ms. Mar-
tinez said parental super-
vision is of the utmost
importance during trick-
or-treating.
"There's no replacement
for supervision," Ms. Mar-
tinez said. "Anything could
happen, day or night, if
you're not paying atten-
tion."


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"It's been easy and hard
at the same time," said
Megan. "There was so
much stuff to do there at
first, we had no idea where
to start."
Megan recruited interior
designer Claudia Marks,
no relation to Janet Marks,
to help plan and organize
the new space.
The plans called for sep-
arate areas for older chil-
dre craft areas and
younger children's toy
areas. Walls and shelves
received a fresh coat of
paint.,
Megan also asked a pro-
fessional artist, Danette
Kinstra, and,, a student
artist, Christina Faulkner,
to collaborate on murals
for several of the facility's
walls, Ms. Jenkins said.'
All West Shore seniors
are required to complete a
senior project as part of
their graduation require-
ments, said Ms. Jenkins.
The students select a
project of their choice, and
write a research paper and
create a portfolio docu-
menting their progress.
Students then present their
project to a panel of judges
at the end of the year.
Megan's project is
among this year's most
ambitious efforts, because
she started fundraising last
fall and recruited other
students to help accom-
plish the goal, said Ms.
Jenkins.
"It is such a great project
for a teenager," said Janet
Marks. "She wasn't afraid
to take the chance. I'm
especially thrilled when


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people take an interest in
this community."
Janet Marks co-founded
The Master's Workshop
nine years ago to offer
children a safe haven after
school.
At-risk students of all
ages benefit from the non-
profit center, and Janet
Marks hopes to increase
the center's outreach effort-,
in the future.
"Right now, we're just
hitting the tip of the ice-
berg," said Janet Marks.
To raise money for
cleaning and painting sup-
plies, Megan and her
friends washed cars and
prepared homemade din-
ners for busy families. ,
After. hearing about
Megan's project, manage-
ment at a local Makoto's
Seafood and Steakhouse of
Japan offered her the coins
from the restaurant's foun-
tain if she and her class-
mates cleaned the algae-
filled fountain after they
collected the coins.
"I've still got coins dry-
ing out on towels all over
the floor of my house,"
said Megan.
She said the donation
already exceeded $730. If
any money is leftover after
the project is completed,
Megan plans to donate it
to The Master's Workshop.
To make a donation,
contact Sherie Jenkins at
West Shore, (321) 242-
4730.

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Volunteerism decline hits home

BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer "2^ -- "-


A downward national
trend in community vol-
unteerism is hitting home
in Brevard County.
According to a report
published in The Chroni-
cle of Philanthropy, more
than 4 million fewer Amer-
icans volunteered last year
than in 2005.
The U.S. Bureau of
Labor Statistics reported
the nearly 7 percent
reduction in volunteerism
meant the fewest number
of people gave their time
to charitable and service
organizations since 2002,
and this has had some
noticeable effects in Bre-
vard.
In 2006, local organiza-
tions have seen significant
losses in membership and
some coastal Brevard
clubs and organizations
have been active to rebuild
deteriorating ranks.
Both the Melbourne
Beach-Indialantic and
Satellite Beach Lions
clubs, which raise money
to assist the visually and
hearing impaired, have
seen membership reduced
by more than 50 percent.
Local leaders said this was
due in large part to the
lack of younger recruits.
"Many younger people
are so busy with work and
family, they don't think
they have time to give to
organizations like ours,"
said Satellite Beach Police
Commander Jeff Pearson,
the vice president of the
Satellite Beach Lions Club.
Members of the Indian
Harbour Beach-based
Moose Lodge also said
they have witnessed a
drop in membership in
the past year.
Although lodge admin-
) See VOLUNTEER, Al 11


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Palm Bay resident Jennifer Woodard stocks shelves at the South Brevard Sharing Cen-
ter's Palm Bay office. The sharing center, like many other nonprofit and civic organiza-
tions nationwide, has experienced a sharp decline in volunteers in the past couple of
years. To volunteer call (321) 676-2965. .


Brevard Organizations
featured in this report


* The Satellite Beach Lions Club
Phone: (321) 777-0903
www.lionsclubs.org
* The Indialantic Lions Club
Phone: (321) 266-2678
www.lionsclubs.org
* The Indian Harbour Beach: International .
Moose Family Fraternity
Phone: (321) 779-5744.
www.mooseintl.org
* Sertoma International
Phone: (816) 333-8300
www.sertoma.org
* American Business Women's Association
Phone: (321) 773-6987
www.abwaoceanside.org


* Zonta International
Phone: (321) 729-0755
www.zontaspacecoast.org
Brevard AIzheimer's Foundation; -
Phone. (321)268-9144
www.brevardalzheimers.org
, KLDYouth Foundation. Inc
Phone: (321) 454-7333
, Souih Brevard Sharing Center, Palm Bay
Office ,
Phone:(321)676-2965
South Brevard Sharing Center, Melbourne
Office
Phone: (321) 727-8581
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Youth organization leaders invited to summit

MELBOURNE City Council members have given the
nod for the city to host a summit for leaders of area youth
organizations next month.
Councilman John Thomas presented the idea to the city
during the Feb. 27 meeting.
"It's our hope that every organization that deals with Mel-
bourne's youth will attend," said Mr. Thomas. "We believe it
will be a unique opportunity for everyone who works with
our children to come together."
Plans are under way for the Melbourne Youth Summit at
the Front Street Park, at 9 a.m. April 17.
The summit's purpose is to help build relationships
between different youth-oriented organizations and
improve coordination and quality of service, Mr. Thomas
said.
Each organization will have 10 minutes to discuss its
group's mission and capabilities.
In addition to youth organization leaders, federal, state
and local elected officials have been invited to the summit.
A networking luncheon, underwritten by the Greater Mel-
bourne Police Athletic League, will provide a relaxing envi-
ronment for attendees to meet, greet and build future rela-
tionships, Mr. Thomas said.
The event is free, but reservations are required. Represen-
tatives from any organization serving Melbourne's youth are
asked to call Officer Delores Pryce at (321) 953-6251 no later
thanApril 3.

Suspicious box causes false alarm

MELBOURNE A suspicious box left at the doorstep of a
local real estate office caused an emergency evacuation of
an office complex and activated the county's bomb squad.
Melbourne Police officers and Brevard County Sheriff's
officers responded to a call from employees of J.M. Real
Estate, 1600 Sarno Road, at 9:20 a.m., Feb. 28.
A robot deployed by the sheriffs bomb squad discovered
that the box contained fact books published by Florida
Today.
"People delivering packages should know not to deliver
unlabeled packages," said Jill Frederiksen, NMelbourne Police
Department spokeswoman.
Sheriff's Office spokesman Lt. Andrew Walters offered sug-
gestions to avoid future false alarms.
"We have various calls where people will leave (unlabeled)
packages around, and in this day and age, it's considered as
a suspicious device," said Lt. Walters.
Individuals should label boxes, luggage and brief cases
with a first name and cell phone number, he said. That way,
police can call the owner to determine the abandoned pack-
age's contents, and potentially avoid deploying the county's
bomb squad.
"While the majority of the items we encounter are inert,
we can't treat them any differently," said Mr. Walters. 'At least
go knock on a neighbor's door and tell them who you are
and what you left on the doorstep."
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year to West Melbourne residents
based on financial need, academic
achievement and extracurricular activi-
ties.
Applicants must submit information
by April 16. This year's scholarships are
two $500 awards, which may be used for
tuition, books or fees.
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for the first time, continuing their stud-
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Applications should include name,
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letter of recommendation from a teacher
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come to work on airport
property each day, and an
estimated 28,000 employ-
ees work in companies
adjacent to the airport, Mr.
Ennis said.
A nearby airport is one of
the most important con-
siderations when a nation-
al or international busi-
ness is looking to expand
or relocate, said Mr. Ennis.
Ron Williams, president
of Short Stroke, LLC,
agrees. He is part of a
group investing $6.1 mil-
lion into the development
of an executive golf course
on the southern side of
NASA Boulevard.
"We feel that Melbourne
has nowbecome the next
growth area in Florida,"
said Mr. Williams. "Mel-
bourne International Air-
port is the hub of this cor-
porate wheel, and because
of that fact, we are project-
ing (more than) $100 mil-
lion in development with-
in the next few years.
"Without the airport, we
would have gone else-
where."
The airport property will
soon house a 30,000-
square-foot business incu-
bation facility, run by the
Technological Research
and Development Authori-
ty.
"It's like a small business
mother hen," said
Lawrence Wuensch, direc-
tor of land development
for the airport. "It helps
young businesses become


viable."
Several companies have
already committed to rent
office space in the TRDA
building when it opens in
April, including aerospace,
avionics and electronics
companies, said Mr.
Wuensch.
Florida Institute of Tech-
nology and Silver State
Helicopters have selected
Melbourne International
Airport for their flight
schools, taking advantage
of the airport's uncluttered
skies.
Mr. Ennis hopes poten-
tial airlines will notice
improvements inside the
terminal, as well.
The airport has assumed
responsibilities for bag-
gage handling, public
parking and restaurant
and catering.
The updated restaurant
offers catering to airlines
and non-airport cus-
tomers. The food service
staff can now create spe-
cial menu items for dis-
criminating airlines, said
Lori Booker, of the airport's
public relations firm, CBR.
The terminal has two
meeting spaces for rent
that can accommodate
groups of 20-150 people.
Upgrades made to the
baggage screening system,
under the guidance of
Richard Cloutier, director
of operations, earned the
airport a Transportation
Security Administration
partnership award last
year.
Mr. Cloutier said the
upgrades result in reduced
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Airport Authority last
month.
The airport reached its
heyday in 1990, when nine
airlines had gates, serving
more than 775,000 pas-
sengers a year, Mr. Ennis
said. As airlines struggled
with massive financial
losses in the early 1990s,
many chose to consolidate
and offer larger planes in
major metropolitan areas.
Many, of Melbourne's
flights were moved to
Orlando International Air-
port.
One of the reasons Mr.
Ennis believes the airport
is poised for a comeback is
the airlines' the return to
smaller-sized aircraft,
seating 75 to 110 passen-
gers.
"A good example of the
success we envision for
Melbourne International
Airport is right here in
Florida," said Mr. Ennis.
"Sarasota is a good bench-
mark."
Sarasota's airport com-
petes with a much larger
Tampa International Air-
port.
"A few years ago, they,
too, were awarded the fed-
eral grant, and now they
have a strong, competitive
regional airport."
Another example, said
Mr. Ennis, is Boston-Man-
chester Airport, succeed-
ing despite being less than
an hour's drive from
Boston's Logan Interna-
tional Airport.
"Airlines tend to flock
together," said Mr. Ennis.
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and less wait time for pas-
sengers at the ticket
counter.
The airport plans to add
new hotel and recreation
options for business trav-
elers. Several hotel chains
are considering an airport
location for hotels created
for executive travelers,
such as Hilton Garden Inn
or Hyatt Place.
A nine-hole professional
par-3 golf course is being
constructed by a private
developer, Short Stroke,
across the street from the
airport, on, NASA Boule-
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formerly was city of Mel-
bourne's municipal land-
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until it was closed in 1969,
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"A challenge for con-
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POLICE REPORT


Melbourne Police
Department

Rolandius Jaron Dar-
ling, 24, of 508 Walls St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 24 with two counts of
battery of a law enforce-
ment officer, disorderly
intoxication and resisting
arrest without violence.
Daniel P. Horvath, 30,
2377 Forrest Park Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 24 with driving under
the influence.
Walter Knight, 34, of
3326 James St., Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 24 with
three counts of possession
of marijuana.
Romeo Gabril Morales,
27, of 2300 Woodwind
Trail, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 24 with unau-
thorized use or possession
of stolen property and no
valid driver license.
Robert Odell Wadling-
ton, 24, of 1245 Palm Bay
Road, Palm Bay, was
charged Feb. 24 with bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer, battery-domestic
violence, resisting arrest
with violence and two
counts of possession of
marijuana.
Beverly Jean West, 60,
of 2664 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 24 with battery-
domestic violence.
+ Mathew A. Hester, 39,
of 111 Anona Place, Indian
Harbour Beach, was
charged Feb. 25 with driv-
ing under the influence
and culpable negligence.
Brandon Owen Kines,
20, of 2466 Lakeview Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 25 with aggravated
assault, two counts of bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer, possession of a
concealed weapon, dis-


charging a firearm in pub-
lic, fleeing or attempting to
elude a police officer,
depriving a law enforce-
ment officer of means, two
counts possession of mari-
juana, resisting arrest with
violence.
+ James David Williams,
52, of 1221 Parramore Ave.,
Orlando, was charged Feb.
25 with possession of a
concealed weapon by a
convicted felon, battery of
a law enforcement officer
and resisting arrest with-
out violence.
Crystle Lynn Pierel, 20,
of 830 Brothers Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
26 with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
+ Michael Robert Cody,
27, of 2883 Zephyr Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 27 with battery-
domestic violence.
+ John Joseph Crawford,
39, of 544 Malabar Road,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
27 with two counts of
aggravated assault and
battery.
+ Frank J. Dimound, 19,
of 2757 San Falepo,, Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 27
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
David Sean Falvey, 21,
of 92 Village St., Satellite
Beach, was charged Feb. 27
with habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pend license and obstruc-
tion by disguise.
Frederick 0. King, 42,
of 620 East Lincoln Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 27 with grand theft.
Felicia Camille Lewis,
31, of 809 Poplar Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 27, with child abuse.
* Brandon R. Raphael,
22, 'of 5500 Woodlake
Drive, Palm Bay, was


charged Feb. 27 with habit-
ual traffic offender driving
on a suspend license, driv-
ing under the influence
and violation of probation.
Tabitha Lorraine
Delma, 18, 420 South Har-
bor City Blvd., Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 28 with
possession of cocaine.
+ David Robert Ries-
dorph, 24, of 805 McDer-
mont Aye., Melbourne, was
charged March 1 with
aggravated assault.
Osama Shamaa, 30, of
512 Cherokee Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 1 with battery-
domestic violence.
+ Damon Calvin Shuler,
52, of 2608 Race St., Mel-
bourne,- was charged
March 1 with trespassing,
and four counts of posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia.

West Melbourne
Police Department
Bonnie Elaine Hasson,
62, of 2712 Carlson Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 26 with exploitation of
the elderly and grand theft.
Susan Lee Davis, 48, of
1002 Sparkman St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
28 with grand theft.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Rekko Mondez Ellis,
29, of 109 Palm Side Apart-
ments, Palm Bay, was
charged Feb. 24 with viola-
tion of probation and fail-
ure to appear.
Calvin Eugene Littles,
27, of .301 Butler St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
24 with possession of
cocaine, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell
and resisting arrest with-


out violence.
Mathew Lyons, 22, of
1447 Palmwood Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
24 with exposing sexual
organs and disorderly con-
duct.
Mildred A. Miller, 63, of
3219 Pecan St., Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 24 with
failure to appear felony
and failure to appear traf-
fic.
William David Biegert,
36, of 425 Rosedale Drive,
Satellite Beach, was
charged Feb. 25 with habit-
ual traffic offender.
James Jonathan Math-
ews, 47, of 6825 Canal
Road, Melbourne, was
arrested Feb. 25 with two
counts of violation of pro-
bation and felony failure to
appear.-
Eddie Lee Phillips, 37,
of 3165 Arthur Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
25 with battery-domestic
violence.
Humberto Torres
Rivera, 52, 635 Capon St.,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
25 with exposing sexual
organs and resisting arrest
without violence.
John Edward Bragdon,
40, of 623 Date Palm Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
with violating probation,
failure to appear and driv-
ing with a suspended
license.
ClaudiaY. Dankins, 41,
of 1482 Malabar Blvd.,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
26 with felony failure to
appear.
Jaime Figueroa, 41, of
496 Alachua Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 26
with burglary.
Charles Cooper Griggs,
39, of 404 Acacodo Drive,
Barefoot Bay, was charged
Feb. 26 with battery-
domestic violence and
aggravated assault-domes-


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tic violence.
Lewis Allen Johnson,
26, of 664 Clarke Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 26 with having a
forged note in possession
and uttering a forged or
counterfeit bill.
Tony Ernest Reininger,
36, of 3179 Arthur Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 26 with battery-
domestic violence and
possession of cocaine.
Kelly Lane Schuller, 38,
of 1460 Sheafer Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 26
with violation of proba-
tion.
Jamie Scott Braden, 29,
of 252 Sylvia Road, West
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 27 with felony failure
to appear, traffic failure to
appear and loitering or
prowling.
Donna I. Conigliaro,
43, of 494 Gancedo St.,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
27 with violation of proba-
tion.
Jon A. Deluzio, 46, of
374 Intrepid Way, Indialan-
tic, was charged Feb., 27
with extortion or treats and
stalking.
John Patrick Gunn, 39,
of 2937 Century Oak, Mal-
abar, was charged Feb. 27
with felony failure to
appear and violation of
probation.
John Michael Homza,
38, of 201 Harbor City
Parkway, Indian Harbour
Beach, was charged Feb. 27


with grand theft.
Stacy Jo Meyers, 35,
328 Ocean View Lane, Indi-
alantic, was charged Feb.
27 with possession of a
blank prescription from,
possession of a controlled
substance and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Wade Reed Jr., 40, of
325 East University Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 27 with driving under
the influence.
Russell William Rhodes,
56, of 1910 Happy Acres
Trail, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 27 with viola-
tion of probation.
Jesus M. Santos-
Quinones, 28, of 1040 Foot
Ridge Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 27 with
felony battery and assault.
Deborah Kay Shrews-
bury, 45, of 5105 Lake
Washington Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
27 with violation of proba-
tion.
Cornel Larue Weaver,
25, of 2170 Northeast Mon-
roe St., Palm Bay, was
charged Feb. 27 with habit-
ual traffic offender driving
on a suspended license.
Richie A. Chatman, 33,
of 2730 Highway A1A, Mel-
bourne Beach, was
charged Feb. 28, with vio-
lation of probation.
Shane Michael
Greisofe, 20, of 411 Buffum
SAve., Palm Bay, was
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Bring a sweater
I work in a local restaurant. I am always told it is so cold
in the restaurant. Please bring a sweater. This is Florida.
I apologize for it being cold to the people who sat and
had a delicious meal and complained about it being cold
and on a $43 check left me zero.
If I made a mistake, I would know it, and at this point, I
had not.
I have to pay taxes on this. It is very unfair.
Today, (a party) came in. Four people. They said how
delicious it was and what good service they had. They
threw their change on the table. About 88 cents.
We have to pay taxes on these meals. We apologize if
people get cold. Please bring a sweater. I bring one wher-
ever I go.

Servers work hard; tip appropriately
I have been reading about the tipping dispute going on
in this column and I would like to put my 2 cents in.
I have been a waitress since I was 15. I am now 25. I
have 10 years of experience in the restaurant business
under my belt.
When I started serving, minimum wage was only $2.13,
now it is $3.68. Waiters and waitresses live off of their
tips.
I cannot believe the rant "In defense of poor tippers."
The person talks about how much it costs to go to an
upscale restaurant these days and how she only tips 10
percent. Well, at the end of the night, the servers have to
figure out their total sales, and tip out 3 percent to host-
esses, bussers and bartenders.
That means that the server is only going home with 7
percent of the tips in their pocket.
If you think that a restaurant is overpriced, then please
do not eat there. I understand about the older commu-
nity living off of a pension check. Both sets of my grand-
parents do.
But, instead of going to the same upscale restaurant,
like the one I have been working at for two years, week
after week, you should probably find one that more suits
your income. There are thousands of restaurants around
town these days.
I am not saying stay home and eat every night, but
please stop going to the same place if it puts a dent in
your pocket, so when the bill comes and it is a huge
amount, you only have a few dollars for a tip.
Servers work very hard for a living, and they should be
tipped appropriately. Leaving a $5 (tip) on a $55 check is
not appropriate.
We as servers do our best to make sure that your dining
experience is a good one. We speak to the cooks when
you have a special request on the menu to make sure
your food comes out correctly, we run our tails off to
make sure that you have everything on hand when your
food arrives at the table and we make sure that your
drinks are full.
It is not an easy job and it gets a little discouraging at
the end of your visit when we get the money for the bill
and we find out that the hour long or so job we just did
only results in a 10 percent tip.
I am a mother. My son is five years old, and I work to
support us. I also go to school.
Just like me, many of my co-workers are mothers,
fathers, and young adults paying their way through col-
lege. You might not think that the extra two to three dol-
lars is that much, but it does make a difference.
I would like to add one more point before I am fin-
ished. Please show us some respect. We are your neigh-
bors; we are the people you wave to as you walk in Wal-
Mart; we are the parents at PTA meetings and at church.
You show us respect when we are out and about in the
community. So why, when we are working, should it be
any different?

Don't play with trains
Loud trains-yes, the horns are loud. That's to get your
attention that the train is approaching a grade crossing
(street) and (to) stay off. The engineers cannot stop in
time for you.
The horns were not designed to scare off animals in the
Mid West. That is a dangerous fantasy. They are warning


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An engineer from the FEC asked me to send this. Cross-
ing the tracks while a train approaches is a deadly game,
and the train rarely loses. If it does, it is catastrophic.
People routinely go around the gates when they are
down, by foot, bike or car. They are no match to a mil-
lion-plus pounds of moving train. Look up Operation
Lifesaver and learn; it may save a life, maybe even yours.
By the way, the Florida East Coast has been here 111
years. How old is your neighborhood? There is not much
worse than somebody moving next to something that's
been here longer, then complaining about it. Don't move
there.

A silver lining
For all you people who have "arrived" in Florida and
want the borders closed:
There is a silver lining to these escalating insurance and
property taxes, not to mention recent years' weather
changes and weakening, overburdened infrastructure.
Those alone should keep a lot of people from even con-
sidering a relocate to our territory!

A welcome addition
At long last, the people are being listened to. The pleas
of thousands of people who live in Suntree/Viera areas
are desperately in need of a hospital in our area, and now
we are going to get one.
Brevard County doesn't desire this state-of-the-art hos-
pital. We need it.
That's why 15,000 residents are supporting it.
The population has increased so much. There is a
tremendous need, and that is what we have to listen to.

Let's get some real news going

Every time I watch the news, it's cannon fodder for a
good rant.
With everything going on in the United States and the
world today, everything on the news is either Anna
Nicole Smith or Britney Spears.
Apparently, they think everybody cares about that, and
those who do, might want to try getting a life.
I'm sorry. It's ridiculous. Put on something that is rele-
vant on the news program.

Welcome to boom box city
I really think the city slogan should be "Palm Bay, a per-
fect place to boom box," since that's all I hear and see are
speeding import cars (illegally blasting) rap music.
Where are the police doing road stops?

Don't endanger me
I have a few words for the dummies, who do not turn
their vehicle off when they are filling up the gas Q1nk.
Turn it off!
While I was filling my car with gas this past weekend, a
van pulled in with three children and the person began
to fill the tank with the engine still turned on!
Give me a break! If you want to blow yourself up, well
and good; however, don't include me, the other cus-
tomers and the station itself- not to mention your chil-
dren.
Not only should common sense tell you to turn the
engine off, but most gas stations post a sign reminding


customers to shut off the engine.
Read it and do it. Turn off the engine when filling the
gas tank. Don't put yourself and others at risk.

Emergency room is for emergencies
I would like to speak to the people who go to the emer-
gency room for a cold or a cough, etc., and complain that
it is taking too long to be seen.
Do you not know the emergency room is for emergen-
cies, and that when everyone fills up the emergency with
non-emergencies it makes it harder for the workers, to
take care of real emergencies? That is why it is called an
"emergency room."
Colds, coughs, etc., especially those that you have had
for a week, are not really emergencies.
You should go to the doctor or a walk-in clinic.
If you already waited a week, it does not have to be
done today.
Snowbirds, if you live here for six months and up north'
for six months, why do you have a doctor up north and
do not have one here? If you are older and have ailments,
you, especially, should have a doctor.
If you were sick up north and waited to come here so
you can run to the emergency room as soon as you get
here, shame on you.
I would really like to know why people bring the whole
family and all of the neighbors to the emergency to visit.
If you are only there for back or leg pain, you are not
dying. If you go to the doctor's office, do all of your
friends follow you there?

And I cried
I was a senior in high school, opening the drugstore
where I worked when the report came over the radio.
President Roosevelt called it "... a day in infamy."
And I cried.
The country rallied and we won the military battle.
Yesterday while waiting for the traffic light to change,
there was a Honda in front of me, a Toyota behind me,
and a Mitsubishi next to me. We have rewarded our for-
mer enemies by giving them permission to build and sell
automobiles in this country. Was this through guilt
because we beat them militarily?
They have won the economic war.
And I cried.


Airstream Park helped local economy

To begin with, I like your paper very much and look for-
ward to Fridays.
I agree with the Rant (The Trouble with Melbourne)
that was in the Feb. 23 issue.
I agree with it so much that I wish you to thank the
author and run it again on the front page.
Why did Melbourne allow the removal of the Airstream
Park from Airport Road. It added character to Melbourne
along with at least 1,200 residents who spent their
money in our stores and contributed to the small busi-
ness economy.
Yes, the "international" airport is a big joke.

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warriors:
ED. Roosevelt, WWII
H. Truman, Korean War
J.E Kennedy, Vietnam War
L.B. Johnson, escalated that war
G.E. Bush entered the conflict to keep the Kuwait bor-
ders from a Hussein invasion.
Please, Let's keep the terrorists out of here.
Love you. God Bless America

Disagrees with Pastor Steury

In the Feb. 23 issue of Hometown News, religion colum-
nist Nathan Steury wrote an article titled, "To Be Pro-Life,
Be Consistent."
I felt I needed to respond.
His premise was that one who is pro-life, if consistent,
should also be against capital punishment. I disagree
with that, and here's why.
According to the Bible, God commands capital punish-
ment for those who murder, except in certain instances,
such as accidental death. The reason for this command is
because life is precious, since we are,all made in the
image of God. The person who murders loses his own
right to life. He should be put before judge and jury, and -
when found guilty- executed.
Now, I know Pastor Steury has responded that that was
in the Old Testament, and things changed when Jesus
came and died for our sins. However, the God that speaks
in the Old Testament is the same God that speaks in the
New Testament. Granted some things changed, such as
styles of clothing, dietary laws, etc. But those things that
God commands remain the same. God is consistent.
Recently, we all read about the man who tortured, bru-
tally raped and killed an 11-year-old boy. According to
your belief, this man should not be executed for his
crime.
Even though I don't believe an individual should take
the law into his own hands and kill that person, I do
believe that the courts should enforce the death penalty
immediately with no appeals or pardons.
If the courts would be consistent in executing first-
degree murderers, there would definitely be less crime.
Also, if the murderer is brought to salvation by God
before his execution, that does not mean he should have
to pay the consequences of his crime. The difference is
he won't be condemned to Hell.
This is the way I believe God meant it. Yes, we are to
love, but love does not mean allowing a person to get
away with murder.

No clemency for Schwab

Mark Schwab, convicted child molester and rapist
served less than half of an eight-year sentence and was
granted an early release.
Contrary to these "bleeding heart" rehabilitationists,
"the leopard had not changed his spots."
Schwab set his sights on Junhy Martinez. He carefully


laid out his plan to kidnap the beautiful little boy. His
plan was to lure the boy to meet him at a given ball field.
This he did by calling Clearlake School and pretending
to be the boy's father asked them to tell Junny to meet
him after school.
Innocent little Junny met the dirty, filthy, scumbag. He
brutalized the child beyond human imagination, raped
him and finally murdered him. Then he placed his life-
less body in a footlocker with a rope around it.
This happened more than 16 years ago.
On Feb. 12, a newspaper reported "One obstacle to pre-
vent the governor from signing the death warrant is a
clemency hearing."
Are you kidding or are you out of your mind?
Clemency for someone so filthy, vile and the very per-
sonification of evil?
The governor's press secretary said he couldn't deny or
confirm if Schwab had asked for a clemency hearing.
However, your governor's office has asked the Martinez
family to write letters explaining how their son's murder
has affected them.
Of all the asinine things that I have ever heard that tops
them all!
Can you imagine anyone being so cruel and cold-heart-
ed as to make such a stipulation?
These are the facts and I do not hesitate to present as
such without fear of contradiction.

No pity for Schwab

The Rios-Martinez family must surely be the strongest
people to have faced such horror and still have love for
each other, and strength to make their family work. They
have suffered so much with constant reminders, more
daily reminders that a lot of families have to face, after a
family tragedy. You should be proud for being such supe-
rior role models.
I remember hearing about it at the Cocoa Beach Pier
where I worked. In a small town like ours was, this was
hitting home to all of us.
We all waited, thinking each one of us knew him,
whether we did or not. a handsome, quality young boy
with dreams, in a trunk in Canaveral Groves.
I guess I don't understand why, when God-fearing peo-
ple ask for a life to be spared when the Bible says "an eye
for an eye. "Again, I guess God's word is not enough.
You always have the unrealistic few who think everyone
can be fixed. Well, I hope all of you who want to free him,
remember these words, when he is somehow put on
early release by some nameless liberal judge, and you
notice your child has not come home from school yet.
Oh, he's only a few minutes late. It couldn't possibly
have anything to do with that Mark Dean Schwab being
released from jail last month, and the minutes tick by.
Will your child, or another child you love, have to pay like
the Rios-Martinez family for your forgiving attitude? Let
Markie meet old Sparkie. -
Next time you think, save Mark Schwab, maybe you
should sit down for a couple of minutes, and visualize
your child being taken into a motel room. Someone grab-
bing at him, restraining him somehow, and forcing
unnatural acts upon him, resulting in his death. Really
imagine your child's face. And you want to give that mon-


ster another chance? Maybe you should do a reality
show. Give these people closure.
Mr. Schwab was released in three and one half years for
child rape. How about the newspaper, and or governor's
office doing an article of the names of the elected officials
who released him. Let us know who not to vote for. Any-
one who has released someone like him, obviously did it
for money or worse it was a careless decision. We want
his the name.
God blesses capital punishment. In fact, he recommends
it.
God bless the Rios-Martinez family.

In defense of sex offender

Yesterday morning, as I was watching "Good Morning
America," A segment came on featuring a man who spent
10 years in prison for being a major drug dealer. They
showed pictures of him with his "bling" and riding in a
limousine.
He stated he didn't use the drugs; he just sold them. He
now claims to have turn his life around and has become
one of the highest chefs in the country.
How nice that society can grant him redemption and for-
give a man who has had a direct hand in destroying chil-
dren's lives forever, forcing children to take to the streets
and prostitute themselves and contributed to the abuse
and disintegration, and, ultimately, the death of thou-
sands.
Some would say he made up for his transgressions, he's
done his time _nd deserves all good things. He can walk
down the street with his head held high and people will
shake his hand.
Twenty years ago, my husband touched a little girl. It was
a terrible thing to do. He went to prison. He did his time.
He turned his life around, but for the rest of his life he
won't be able to see his grandchildren's school plays, let
alone be praised on "Good Morning America" and given
the praise and forgiveness that drug dealer was awarded.
Is society saying that that man can be forgiven and
praised for "making something of himself" just because he
didn't expose (himself) while he was doing these horrible
things?
And my husband, who has devoted his life to making
things right for his family has to be vilified, forever?
Well, maybe my husband should write a cookbook.

Too many train whistles

I live a mile from a Brevard County railroad track. I agree
with the person who complained about the noise.
A train whistle blares every night; many times and all
through the night. Why?
There are traffic stop rails that go down, headlights on
the trains and nobody on the road from 2-5 a.m.
While I'm complaining, I'd like to say to all vehicles that
have boom boxes that rattle my dishes and nerves: There
is a law against your abuse of such noise.
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insurance agents,
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ASK YOUR PREACHER
The Eau Gallie church
and I hope our weekly col-
umn has served the
Melbourne readers to know
their Bible better. Too, we
trust it has shown the
NEED to follow ONLY the
Bible and to be a more
careful, critical listener of
what you are told is "Bible."'
Jesus warns us that there
are those who '"teach for
doctrine the command-
ments OF' MEN" (Matt.
15:9-14). That being so, we
must "examine everything
carefully; hold fast to that
which is good" (1 Thess.
5:21). And that we have
done for the last 7 months
in this column as we ques-
tioned and exposed the
tenets of religious denomi-
nationalism.
In this final article, I want
to stress the point: DON'T
assume that ALL intended
service is acceptable to
God. Jesus said, "NOT
everyone who says to Me,
'Lord, Lord,' will enter the
kingdom of heaven; BUT
he who does the will of My
Father who is in heaven.
MANY will say to Me, "Lord,
Lord, have we not... done
many wonders in Your
name?' And then I will
declare to them, 'I never
knew you; depart from Me,
you who practice lawless-
ness" (Matt. 7:21-22).
Notice that these people
whom the Lord condemns
are not rejected for evil,
sensual or irreligious living,
but for lawless religious
service; their faith and
rF actice was not according
oGod's word. To be
accepted, one must do "the
will of the Father." And His
will is expressed in "ONE
faith" (Eph. 4:5). "Other
faiths", though of good
intentions, are lawless and
thus UNacceptable to God.
Is your religious faith and
practice IN the Bible? Are
you sure? NO ONE can
afford not to be (cf., Gal.
1:6-9; 2 Jn. 9).
Finally, NEVER lose sight
of the fact that preachers
are charged of God to
"preach the word" (2 Tim.
4:2); "handle accurately the
word of truth" (2 Tim. 2:15)
and "not go beyond what is
written" (1 Cor. 4:6). So,
don't EVER hesitate to
ASK YOUR PREACHER
for the Biblical authoriza-
tion of his teaching and
don't expect anything less
(cf., Isa. 8:20; Acts 17:11).
-Keith Camp, preacher,
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Business group
meets March 14

The West Melbourne
Business Association will
have a lunch meeting at
11:30 a.m. Wednesday,
March 14, at the Piccadilly
Cafeteria.
Damian Wilson, a politi-
cal specialist and educator
from Palm Bay High
School, will discuss the
upcoming state legislative
session.
For information, contact
Bill Santore at (321) .298-
9915 or Andy Arno at
arnofinserve@aol. corn

Attorney gives
presentation

Rodd Santomauro, part-
ner at the Law Office of
Camfield & Santomauro,
recently gave a presenta-
tion on behalf of the Bre-
vard County Young
Lawyers Division regard-
ing the Children's Home
Society of Brevard County.
The presentation focused
on the Birthday Club pro-
gram, which benefits chil-
dren placed in the foster
care system.
The Birthday Club is a
program that allows chil-
dren at the Children's
Home Society of Brevard
County the opportunity to
celebrate their birthdays
by surprising them with a
cake and a gift card. In
2006,. 45 cakes and cards
were given to children.
"Celebrating a birthday is
a huge part of childhood
and no child should feel
forgotten on their birth-
day," said Mr. Santomauro.
"We want to give these
children a chance to smile
and feel special on that day
of the year."
The purpose of the Affili-
ate Outreach Conference is
to provide young lawyer
affiliate organizations the
opportunity to obtain
grant money for local bar
projects. After Mr. San-
tomauro's presentation on
the Birthday Club, the Bre-
vard County Bar Associa-
tion was awarded $1,000 to
fund the program this year.
The Law Office of Cam-
field & Santomauro is at
4740 Dairy Road, Suite 101,
Melbourne.
For information, call
(321) 953-6565.

Wuesthoff offers
aortic stent surgeries

Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter in Melbourne is offer-
ing percutaneous aortic


stent graph surgeries for
abominal aortic
aneurysms.
In this procedure, the
patient is placed under
local versus general anes-
thesia. The out-patient
procedure can be complet-
ed in less than an hour.
For information, call Lisa
Crites at (321) 636-2211,
Ext. 1505.


beds and to perform inte-
grated pest management
on ornamental plants.
CEU's may be available for
other pesticide licenses.
The cost is $35 for the
class or $25 for the morn-
ing or afternoon session
only.
For information, call
(321) 952-4536, Ext. 26.


Credit union hires Riverside Bank offers
membership officer express deposit


Community Educators
Credit Union welcomes
Julie Clover as the new
membership development
officer for the Brevard
County area.
Ms. Clover most recently
served on the board of
directors for the Cocoa
Beach Area Chamber of
Commerce and the Eco-
nomic Development
Council. She is the chair-
person for the Better Busi-
ness Development Council
for the Cocoa Beach
Chamber.
Ms. Clover will help busi-
nesses become members,
apply for loans and facili-
tate commercial business
accounts.
All people and business-
es in the Brevard County
area are eligible for mem-
bership.
She will work in the main
office in Rockledge and
can be reached at (321)
690-2338.

Wuesthoff hospital
honors associate

Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter in Melbourne recently
awarded hospital security
sergeant George Bailey as
Associate of the Year.
A Palm Bay resident, Bai-
ley joined Wuesthoff
Health System in Novem-
ber 2002 to help with the
opening of the Melbourne
hospital in December of
that year.
Previously, he had
worked at Circles of Care
as a recreation specialist
and at Devereux Children's
Hospital as a behavioral
health specialist.

Landscape
maintenance
certification offered

Brevard County Agricul-
tural and Extension Ser-
vice and the University of
Florida Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences
will offer limited commer-
cial landscape mainte-
nance certification for the
licensed professional from
.0:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday,
March 27 at the Palm Bay
extension office, 1455
Treeland Blvd.
Participants will learn to
apply herbicides for con-
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the first community banks
in Florida to provide a new
product that allows busi-
ness customers to scan,
submit and deposit checks
electronically from their
offices. Business cus-
tomers no longer have to
visit a bank or ATM to
make deposits. The new
service is called Riverside
Express Deposit.
"We're looking for ways
to improve our customers'
banking experiences," said
Dave Smith, Riverside's
senior vice president, retail
banking services.
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improve banking for all of
our business customers. It
provides a secure, easy-to-
use tool that allows them
to deposit checks on their
own time and at their con-
venience, freeing them to
focus more on their busi-
ness and less on banking."
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checks into digital image
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the customer's account.
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Surgeon earns
national award

Dr. Mark Pessa has been
named one of America's
top surgeons for 2007 by
the Consumers' Research
Council of America.
Pessa is a member of
Health First Physicians
and is on the medical staff
at Palm Bay Community
Hospital. He is board certi-
fied in general surgery.

Digital business
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The workshop, "Digital
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Hotel, 2080 N. Atlantic
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Republican women
to meet March 15

Tomas Lares Jr. will speak
at next meeting of the
Republican Women's Net-
work of South Brevard.
Lares is the state director
of the Council on Faith in
Action.
The meeting will be at
11:30 a.m. Thursday,
March 15, at the Eau Gallie
Yacht Club, Indian Har-
bour Beach. Check-in time
is 11-11:15 a.m. Cost is $15.
Reservations are due by
March 12 by calling Maria
Hans at (321) 728-4424 or
e-mailing MH2873@cfl. rr.

Women's Center to
train volunteers

A volunteer orientation is
planned 10 a.m. to noon
Thursday, March 15, at The
Women's Center, 1424
Aurora Road, Melbourne.
This program is designed
to familiarize applicants
with the center and volun-
teer opportunities.
For information, call
April Tabor at (321) 242-
3110.

Local hospital
featured on Discover
Channel

Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter in Melbourne will be
featured at 2 p.m. Saturday,
March 10, on the Discovery
Health Channel.
The medical series, "Plas-
tic Surgery Before & After,"
will feature Dr. Victoria
Vitale-Lewis, who was
selected from surgeons
across the county to be
featured for the "gender
facelift" series. The hospi-
tal will show her perform-
ing procedures on a hus-
band and wife, who are
undergoing facelift proce-
dures.

Women veterans
meet March 10

The Women's Army Corps
Veterans Association will
meet at 10 a.m. Saturday,
March 10, at, 1080 Hickory
St., Melbourne.
All women veterans are
invited to attend.
For information, call
Marilyn Ferraris at (321)
254-3597 or Norma Waters
at (321) 253-1135.

Colonial Dames
host meeting

The Indian River Chapter
of Colonial Dames XVII
Century will have a lunch-
eon meeting at 11 a.m. Sat-
urday, March 10, at the
Marsh Landing Restau-
rant, 44 N. Broadway St.,
Fellsmere.
President Ann Wagga-
man will lead the business
meeting. Guest speaker
will be Fran Adams.
The group is comprised
of women 18 and older
who can prove lineal


descent from an ancestor
who lived and served prior
to 1701 in one of the origi-
nal colonies.
For information, call Jo
Compton at (321) 639-1026
or Maggie Wickel at (772)
562-8436.

Native Plant
Society to meet

The Conradina Chapter
of the Florida Native Plant
Society will host Joanna
Helms at 7 p.m. Monday,
March 12, at the Mel-
bourne Library, 540 E. Fee
Ave.
Ms. Helms will speak on
"A Path Continued by Tra-
dition."

Apollo NAARFE
meets March 12

The National Association
of Active and Retired Fed-
eral Employees, Apollo
Chapter 1137, will have a
lunch meeting at 11:15
a.m. Monday, March 12, at
the Piccadilly Restaurant
in Merritt Square Mall.
After lunch, Dr. Clovis
Linkous from the Florida
Solar Energy Center will
give an update on solar
energy.
For information, call
(321) 783-3248 or (321)
253-2072.

Learn about
home canning

A class on home canning
will be offered 6-8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 13, at the
Brevard County Agricul-
ture and Extension Office,
3695 Lake Drive, Cocoa.
The class will demon-
strate ways to can foods at
home using the water bath
method.
Call (321) 633-1702 to
register.

Identify your
family treasures

A free antiques and col-
lectibles show and tell is
scheduled at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 13, at
Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 N. Brevard
Ave.
Linda Margolis, founder
and coordinator of the Bre-
vard Antiques and Collec-
tors Club, will identify
items brought in. Partici-
pants may bring one item
for identification. The
focus will be on family
heirlooms and treasures.
No appraisals will be
given.
For information, call
(321) 868-1104.

Coast Guard offers
boating class

The U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary Flotilla 42 is
offering a boating skills
and seamanship program.
Thirteen lessons will be
offered 7-9 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays, starting


March 13. They includes
two nights on navigation
and hands-on chart work.
The cost is $45 a person,
which includes materials.
For reservations and
information, call (321)
254-0540 or visit
www. uscgaux.org.

Take control
of finances

The workshop "Become
Captain of Your Financial
Ship" will be hosted by the
Brevard County Agricul-
ture and Extension Service
and the Florida Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sci-
ences.
It will be offered at two
times: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thursday, March 15, at the
Palm Bay Extension Office;
and noon to 4 p.m. Mon-
day, March 19, at the
Cocoa Extension Office. .
The program is for adults
who plan to file for bank-
ruptcy or want to handle
financial resources
responsibly.
Cost is $20 a person. For
information, call Gayle
Whitworth at (321) 952-
4536, Ext. 25.

Genealogical society
presents program

The Brevard Genealogi-
cal Society will meet at 9:30
a.m. Monday, March 12, at
the Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa.
Dee Swink will present a
program on the Great
Philadelphia Wagon Road
and its role in the German
and Scottish-Irish settle-
ment.
Visitors are welcome.
For information, call
(321) 779-1739.

Civil Rights Festival
set for March 15-17

The fourth annual Harry
T. and Harriette V Moore
Heritage Festival of Arts
and Humanities is sched-
uled March 15-18.
The celebration begins
Thursday night with a recep-
tion/dialogue with Evange-
line Moore, the daughter of
the Moores.
Festivities continue Friday
and Saturday with educa-
tional programs, a street fes-
tival, entertainment, craft
and food vendors, a card
show and tours of the Moore
Memorial Park and Muse-
um.
The street festival will
include performances by
the Virgin Island Mocko Stilt
Dancers. The festival will
end Sunday afternoon with
gospel music, food and craft
vendors, and museum tours.
The Moore Freedom
Award will be presented at
the annual banquet Friday
at the Holiday Inn Express,
Cocoa.


The street festival will be
in Moore Memorial Park
and Cultural Center, 2180
Freedom Ave., Mims,
Education sessions and


workshops will be at Bre-
vard Community College -
Titusville campus, 1311 N.
Highway 1, Titusville.
For information, call


(321) 385-1264 or visit
www. harryharriette-
moore.org.

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Colleagues mark
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE More
than 40 years ago, Dr. B.
Frank Brown literally put
Melbourne High School
on the map.
Under his leadership,
the high school, was
named one of the top 10
schools in America by
Life magazine during the
early 1960s.
A crowd of more than
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teachers and colleagues
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week to honor Dr. Brown
on his 90th birthday.
Among those touched
by Dr. Brown's unique
educational style were
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-
Melbourne and Gerald
Cope, chief judge for the
state of iFlorida's Third
.District Court of Appeals.
Mr. Nelson, from the
school's class of 1960,
addressed the audience.


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so creative
in educa-
tion," said
Mr. Nel-
son. "He
wanted to
ignite that
spark."
When he Brown
graduated,
Mr. Nelson gave Dr.
Brown a plaque, calling
the principal his "coun-
selor and friend."
Judge Cope told an
anecdote from the 1960s
when Dr. Brown's maid
took a phone call from
someone seeking med-
ical attention.
"She said, 'Oh honey, he
ain't the kind of doctor
who can do you any
good,'" said Mr. Cope.
"The maid was only par-
tially right, because (Dr.
Brown) is the kind of doc-
tor that did us all a great
deal of good."
Brevard Public Schools
Area 1 Superintendent,
Thomas McIntyre, read a
listing of Dr. Brown's
accomplishments. The
list included more than
25 major awards and


citations.
Among his accolades,
Dr. Brown was a Ful-
bright Scholar, chairman
of the Florida Education
Council, president of the
Aerospace Education
Foundation, education
conference chairman at
Oxford, England and
director of the National
Commission on Youth.
Dr. Brown is also a
noted horticulturist, with
four published books on
tropical plants.
He is the curator of
Valkaria Tropical Gar-
dens, one of the largest
privately owned gardens
in the state.
Melbourne Beach resi-
dent, and class of 1967
graduate, Beth Glover,
organized the celebra-
tion.
"I wanted to be
involved with this
because I respect (Dr.
Brown) so much, and he
deserved such an honor,"
said Ms. Glover.
The audience gave Dr.
Brown a thunderous
standing ovation as he
stood in front of an
artist's rendering of a
planned new science


wing named in his honor.
"I am honored that all
of you took time from
your busy schedules to
come out and pay your
respects," said Dr. Brown.
As he reflected on the
plans for the new science
wing, he told a tale of a
student who was always
asking to get out of class
to participate in science
experiments. Although
student's English and
social studies teachers.
complained, Dr. Brown
gave the student permis-
sion to take the time off.
He said the student
went on to win the presti-
gious Westinghouse Sci-
ence Talent Search award
and scholarship.
While Dr. Brown
enjoyed seeing everyone
again, he humorously
deflected much of the
high praise.
"Old principals never
die," he said. "They just
lose their faculties."

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charged Feb. 28 with Jonathan Alexis Ruiz, while license is suspend.
felony failure to appear 20, of 2416 Deercroft Drive, William Crislip, 47, of
and failure to appear mis- Melbourne, was charged 1136 Wyoming Drive, Palm
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bourne, was charged Feb. weapon, unauthorized use 2500 Boyd Ave., Mel-
28 with possession of a or possession of a drivers bourne, was charged
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Girl Scout -Troop No. 286 recently pre-
sented the Platinum Coast Chorus Soldier
Moms with 193 boxes of cookies to be
sent to the 1-18 infantry in Iraq.
Troop 286 is a third-year Brownie troop
that is part of the Service Unit of Manatee
Shores, which includes Viera, Rockledge


and Cocoa.
As the girls sold cookies, they collected
(.money to be used to send cookies to the
troops.
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send 156 boxes. Brownie Troops 435 and
1013 and Junior Troop 54 of Cambridge
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From page A3
istrator Fred Collins said
his organization's losses
are mostly due to the club's
lack of facilities after the
2004 hurricane season, he
admits that the loss of
nearly 500 members caus-
es some concern about
whether or not the club
can meet its mandate to
help disadvantaged chil-
dren.
"We always hope for
new members," he said.
"We hope people will get
to know about our organ-
ization and join."
John Coates, chapter
president of the Palm Bay
Sertoma Club, which rais-
es money for the hearing
and speech impaired,
said low membership fig-
ures are not a new trend
for his organization.
Mr. Coates said his
group has struggled to get
new members since the
chapter's inception in
1981.
"People don't want to
commit long-term," he
said. "I've found that if
we want to have a big gala
(event), they're willing to
volunteer, but beyond
that, it's hard."
Nonprofit agencies are


not immune to declining
volunteer figures.
The South. Brevard
Sharing Center's Palm
Bay office has been expe-
riencing a sharp decrease
in its volunteer base for
the last two to three years,
said case manager Dottie
Mielnik.
"We desperately need
volunteers," Ms. Mielnik
said. "We could use at
least four volunteers in
our Palm Bay office, not
to mention our thrift
store."
Volunteers perform
office work, including
answering phones, filing
and data entry.
Ms. Mielnik .said that
even though the agency
has been .sending out
numerous letters: to local
businesses and, agencies
seeking volunteers, the
organization has gotten
"very little response."
Despite these troubles,
some local organizations
said they haven't been as
affected by the woes.
The Oceanside Chapter
of American Business
Women's Association has
seen an increase in overall
membership numbers, but
also a loss of some of the
newer members.
The group raises money
for scholarships for local


students and women re-
entering the workforce
after divorce. The chapter's
monthly meetings feature
career and personal
growth speakers.
Membership chairper-
son Jo Morton, an ABWA
member since 1982, has
noticed several trends in
the organization's partici-
pation levels.
"Membership in ABWA
has ,gone up in recent
years, due to good publici-
ty, strong recruiting by
members and the quality
of programs offered at the
meetings," said Mrs. Mor-
ton.
"The only downside I see
is retaining members who
join for the wrong rea-
sons," she said. "ABWA is
not a "leads club," and
those who join thinking
they will have captive cus-
tomers are mistaken, then
disappointed."
Zonta Club of Mel-
bourne, an organization
devoted to reducing
human trafficking and
improving the status of
women worldwide, has
seen its numbers go up
and down.
"We have fluctuated
between eight and 40
members over the past 20
years," said Christine
Tomasetti, membership


chair. 'Although people are
more hesitant to commit
to community service due
to the main strains on their
time, e-mail and the Inter-
net have made it easier for
members to remain
involved."
"Ten years ago, if you


missed a club meeting, you
did not know what was
going on," she said. "Clubs
had more members, but
some members were less
involved."
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Holiday Builders
announces Rolando
Ramos as its new market-
ing vice president and
Sandi Quigley as the new
director of marketing.
Prior to working for Hol-
iday, Mr. Ramos worked
for PSCU Financial Ser-


vices, Banco Popular
North America and Bar-
nett Bank in similar
capacities. He has a mas-
ter and bachelor of busi-
ness administration
degrees from the Uni-
verisity of Miami.
He will lead the market-
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closely with sales and oper-
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Ms. Quigley comes to Holi-
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with Lennar Homes. In her
new position, she will over-
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operations of the company.
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Thousands
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE The wet
and chilly weather did not
deter thousands of people
from attending the 19th
annual Strawberry Festival
atWickham Park Saturday.
Guests started arriving by
8 a.m., eager for the event's
famous strawberry pan-
cake breakfast and other
tasty treats.
More than 1,000 volun-
teers helped cook pan-
cakes, distribute choco-
late-covered strawberries
and spread Habitat for
Humanity's message about
the joy of homeownership
for less-fortunate individu-
als.
Diners under Wickham
Park's Main Pavilion were
treated to live entertain-
ment throughout the day.
Local band Invisible
Touch came out of retire-
irent to support the Habi-
tat mission. Because the
bands performance last
year was so popular, Habi-
tat organizers were able to
convince Vic Treadwell and
Nat Henry to reunite the
band for an encore per-
formance.
Wal-Mart market manag-
er, Margaret Daniel, pre-
sented Habitat for Human-
ity of Brevard with a
donation of $15,000, which
will be spent on new Habi-
tat construction projects.


Micheal A. Coles
Air Force Airman Micheal
Coles has arrived for duty at
CharlestonAir Force Base, S.C.
Airman Coles, an air trans-
portation apprentice, is
assigned to the 437th Aerial
Port Squadron.
She is the son of MichealA.
Coles of West Shores Road in
Melbourne and Valeria R.
Coles of Lake City, Fla.
He is a 2006 graduate of


success


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Mike Wahl sells strawberries during
Habitat for Humanity's Strawberry Festival last week at
Wickham Park Pavilion.


"We .are very grateful to
the thousands of support-
ers, who came out in spite
of the weather," said Habi-
tat for Humanity of Bre-
vard CEO Joe Gassman. "It
was a great event, even
though Mother Nature


wasn't quite as cooperative
as in previous years."
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or e-
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Wuesthoff names employee of year


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Wuesthoff Health Services recently hon-
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Year.
Ms. Kemmler is the Wuesthoff Brevard
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Zonta Club seeks
bakers, candy
makers for contest

The Zonta Club of Mel-
bourne is looking for bakers
and candy makers to par-
ticipate in the Loco for
Coco Contest.
The contest will be from
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday,
March 25, at Front Street
Park, Melbourne.
Entry forms are available
a t
www.zontaspacecoast.org.
In addition to the con-
test, there will be choco-
late samplings from Bre-
vard County restaurants
and stores, and an art
show.
Admission is $20 a per-
son for chocolate samples,
beverages and appetizers,
and $30 to add chocolate
martinis or sparkling wine.
Tickets will be available at
the door.

Psychology
symposium
planned March 16.

Community members
are welcome to attend
Florida Institute of Tech-
nology's annual psycholo-
gy symposium.
"Applying the Science o
Psychology: A Research
Exposition" will be noon to
5 p.m. in the Denius Stu-


Harris
From page Al
He warns that abuse of
over-the-counter medi-
cines, such as acetamino-
phen and ibuprofen can
also lead to permanent
kidney damage.
In addition to corporate
awareness events, Mr. Sal-
ick also coordinates out-
reach and screening
events in some of the com-
munity's less affluent
neighborhoods, where
access to good healthcare
is less available.
In a recent screening
event in south Melbourne,
Mr. Salick said 70 to 80
percent of the attendees
needed referrals to physi-
cians for additional care.
He said that people
often ignore symptoms of
kidney disease, including
frequent headaches, lower
back pain or increasing
frequency of bathroom
use.
During the wellness fair,
Mr. Salick advised atten-
dees to sign organ donor
cards and tell family mem-
bers about their wish to
donate.
Mr. Baker was unable to
attend the function honor-
ing him because of a
recent injury. He is still
waiting for an organ
donor, and attends dialysis
sessions three times a
week. Each session lasts
more than three hours.
"It was really great of
them to do this event,"
said Mr. Baker.
His kidney failure diag-
nosis came days before he


dent Center, second floor
Hartley Room.
Admission is free.
For information and a
schedule, call (321) 674-
8104.

Educational
Theatre receives
$19,000 grant

The Educational Theatre
at Maxwell C. King Center
for the Performing Arts has
been awarded a $19,912
general program grant
from the Brevard Cultural
Alliance.
Children's shows such as
"Midnight Cry," "Step Afri-
ka," "Ramona Quimby"
and "Jungle Book Kids and
Cinderella Kids" are par-
tially supported by the
grant.
Donations, corporate
grants and private donors
make it possible for the
theater program to offer-
ing shows at $5 to $10 a
ticket.

Sea cadets tour
aircraft carriers

Recently, members of the
David McCampbell Battal-
ion and the Training Ship
Lassen experienced the
feeling of being at sea.
The Battalion is affiliated
with the U.S. Naval Sea
Cadets Corps, while the
Lassen is affiliated with the


was slated to start work at
Harris. He said the compa-
ny, and his fellow workers,
have been very under-
standing as he battles the
disease.
In addition to hosting a
5K fun run, staff at the
Harris Family Medical
Center offered blood glu-
cose screenings, body fat
analyses and smoking ces-
sation ideas to attendees.
"I think we had more
than 750 people attend,"
said Lynn Sprunger, the
center's director. "(More
than) 500 people finished
the fun run."
She was enthusiastic
about the National Kidney
Foundation's support of
the health fair, especially
because of their strong
message of prevention and
early diagnosis.
During the event, Mr.
Struthers collected dona-
tions for the National Kid-
ney Foundation. He is still
accepting checks payable
to the National Kidney
Foundation, a 501(c)3 cor-
poration. Harris will
match the donations.
To make a donation,
contact Mr. Struthers at
(321) 729-2589. For infor'-
mation on the National
Kidney Foundation, visit
www.kidney. org.


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U.S. Navy League Cadets.
The cadets went to May-
port, where they toured the
USS John E Kennedy, one of
the two last fossil-fueled air-
craft carriers. They met sev-
eral crew members, who
taught the cadets about
the different parts and
functions of aircraft carri-
ers.
The groups also toured
the USS Mahan, a guided


missile destroyer, at the
Trident Wharf in Port
Canaveral. This sub-hunt-
ing destroyer carries 60
tomahawk missiles, as well
as many torpedoes, .50
caliber machine guns and
a 5-inch missile launcher.
The corps is for students in
grades 5-12.
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Peace rally March 17

Patriots for Peace will host
a peace rally March 17 to
mark the anniversary of the
start of the war in Iraq. The
event is to coincide with
the National March on the
Pentagon in Washington,
D.C.
Participants will gather at
4 p.m. at the corner at 1700
W. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne.
The march will conclude
with a candlelight vigil and
a reading of the names and


hometowns of the Florida
soldiers killed in Iraq, con-
cluding with a playing of
"Taps."
Participants can bring
their own signs or carry one
of the many that will be
available.
Supporting organizations
include Brevard NOW, Vet-
erans for Peace-Central
Florida Chapter 136, Mili-
tary Families Speak Out-
Florida and Code Pink-
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tickets.
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tickets options are
checked.
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little help in determining
these possible money
saving factors.

Different airlines for
the entire itinerary.
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ally more expensive than
others, but unexpected
variations in price can
occur even between the
major "full-fare" airlines. If
you're not trapped into
one frequent flier pro-
gram, then all airlines that
fly to where you want to go
need to be checked. Do
you even know what other
airlines fly that route? An
airline you've never heard
of before might have the
lowest fare.

Different airlines for
different parts of the
itinerary.
Usually, airlines sell
round-trip tickets for
much less money than two
one-way tickets, but this is
not always true.
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with more than two flights,
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bine some flights from one
airline with other flights
from another one.
How many thousands of
different combinations of
different airlines are you
going to research on
different Web sites to be
sure you've got the best
combination of fares for
each flight segment?

Time of day may make
a difference.
Sometimes it is less
expensive to take a flight at
6:50 a.m. than at 7 a.m.
These time-of-day fares
also can vary from airline
to airline, and destination
to destination.

* Choose a different day
of week outbound and/or
inbound.
Some days of the week
are less expensive to travel
on than others. These days
can vary depending on,
destination and some-
times the airline.,There
could be as much as a $60
or more difference.

* Different length of
stay.
You may know that
staying over a Saturday, ,,.
night is usually a require-
ment forth lowest faWes
(although not if you're
going to Las Vegas).


Sometimes it is less
expensive to stay a shorter
time.

Positioning flights.
Sometimes airlines
operate only one or two
flights a week between
certain cities and some-
times only in one direc-
tion. These "positioning
flights" can sometimes be
sold at very low prices.
Because these are rare,
they probably won't
appear in your first or
second fare search, and
you might not even know
that the airline operates
service to where you want
to go.

Choose different
travel dates.
A change of travel dates
to even a week earlier or
later, may put your trip in
a different airfare season.
On international tickets,
this could save as much as
$300 or more a ticket. Most
Internet services will not
tell you that a/change in
travel dates could save you
money.

Different routes.
It is common that
nonstop flights will be
more expensive than those
scheduled with a layover,
which in turn can some-
times be more expensive
than flights with a change
of service on the way.
You might find a service
through a less popular hub
is less expensive than
service through a major
hub. It seems impossible
to check all the different
routings and route specific
fare options on the Inter-
net.

Back-.to-baek and
hidden city ticket loop-'
holes.
The crazy system of


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loopholes that airlines
don't want you to know
about.
However, if you know
about back-to-back
and/or hidden city ticket-
ing, and if you know about
the loopholes that the
airlines will never and can
never close, then you can
save huge amounts of
money.
Your travel agent might
know about these, but I
doubt the Web site you're
visiting will.
Unpublished fares.
Consolidator fares are
rarely found through Web
sites. While primarily
involved with getting you
discounts on internation-
al travel, consolidator
fares also apply for travel
between most major
cities in the United States,
potentially saving you
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consolidator contacts
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about any Web site.
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nearly every second. Even
the number of tickets sold
or canceled changes
every second. Price the
same itinerary twice in a
row and you might get two
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qualified to find the best
service at the best price
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sometimes you just
get lucky and catch
a great performance.
But most of the time, a
good plan is the best way
to ensure a great
evening.
Last weekend was a
mix of good and poorly
executed plans.
The good: I made it to
the Cocoa Beach Jazz
Festival Saturday
evening, and it was well
worth the trip.
A series of events
conspired to result in a
late arrival, but I arrived
just in time to catch
vocalist Annie Sellick,
who I've written about
previously.
She performed with a
trio of musicians who
were nothing sort of
phenomenal, including
director of jazz studies at
the University of Central
Florida, Jeff Rupert on
the saxophone.
A highlight of Ms.
Sellick's performance
was a cover of "Where is
Love" from "Oliver,"
which she described as
one of her favorite songs.
Her version offered a
modern, sweet and
soulful take on the
Broadway tune. She also
previewed a few songs
from her new CD.
Ms. Sellick makes
regular appearances at
Heidi's Jazz Club in
Cocoa Beach. Check
www.anniesellick.com or
www. heidisjazzclub. corn
for future performances.
I promise you: you won't
be disappointed.
After a great time at the
festival and several stops
in Cocoa Beach, I decid-
ed to try my luck and'
drop in on a perform-
ance by Vintage a group
of high-schoolers who
cover classic rock that
I've heard so much about
- at Malabar Mo's on
Sunday afternoon.
I made no arrange-
ments in advance. I
simply made a few phone
calls to some friends, and
we headed over to Mo's.
However, the place was
so packed, even the
overflow parking lot of
the convenience store
next door was full.
Now, if you've been to
Mo's, you know that there
isn't much room in the
back where the band


LISA M. ONORATO
The Hype


usually sets up.
After milling it over
with my friends, and
looking for a suitable
spot, we decided to try
again next time.
The hype surrounding
Vintage is huge, and they
are next on my must-see
list. Visit www.vintageth-
eband.com.
This weekend
Photography open-
ing: Imago Fine Art and
Fine Wine Gallery will
celebrate the works of
photographer Casey
DeCotis and several local
artists with a reception
from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Friday, March 9 Imago is
at 701 E. New Haven Ave.,
in downtown Melbourne
Information: (321) 728-


3938.
Sunny guys: "The
Sunshine Boys" at 8 p.m.
Thursday through
Saturday and 2 p.m.
Sunday through March
25 at the Melbourne
Civic Theatre. The
theater is at 817 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. Tickets are $15
for adults, $13 for seniors
and $10 for children,
students and military.
Information: (321) 723-
6935.
Friday Fest: Mel-
bourne Main Street
presents its street party
with music by the Outta
Sight Band from 6-10
p.m. Friday, March 9 in
historic downtown
Melbourne. The event
features food, children's
activities, vendors and
arts and crafts. Details:
(321) 724-1741.
Jazz vocalist: Lorri
Hafer will perform at 2
p.m. Sunday, March 11 at
the Cocoa Beach Country
Club, 5000 Tom Warriner
Blvd., Cocoa Beach. Cost
is $7 for Space Coast Jazz
Society members; $10 for
non-members. Details:
(321) 453-41941.
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'Chorus Line': Surfside
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through March 18. Tickets
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seniors and active military
and $7 for students
younger than $25. Perfor-
mances are 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturdays and 2 p.m.
Sunday. Surfside Play-
house is iat 300 Ramp
Road, Cocoa Beach. For
information, call (321)
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ents "Magical Mystery
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forming Arts, 3865 N.
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bourne. Concert selections
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Information: (321) 242-
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March 10 at 625 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Tickets are $15. Details:
(321) 723-8698.

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Concert in the park:
Absolute Blue will perform
from 3-6 p.m. on the lawn
at Palm Bay City Hall.
Bring a blanket or 'lawn
chair. Sandwiches avail-
able for purchase. Features
children's bounce house
and airbrush tattoos.
:Details: (321) 952-3441.
Beach Boys: Perfor-
mance is scheduled for 2
p.m. at the King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3865
N. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Ticket prices vary..
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bers; $10 for non-mem-
bers. Details: (321) 453-
41941.
Harmonizers concert:
Harbor City Harmonizer
Chorus and Quartets pres-
ent 17th annual show at 2
and 7 p.m. in the Gleason
Performing Arts Center at
Florida Institute of Tech-
nology in Melbourne.
Theme: "Broadway
Bound." Tickets: $15,
reserved seating. Details:
(321) 779-4802 or
www. harmonize.com/HCH
armonizers.
Youth orchestra: Bre-
vard Symphony Youth
Orchestra will perform
"Nature's Inspiration" at
3:30 p.m. at the Bernard
Simpkins Fine Arts Center
at the Cocoa campus of
Brevard Community Col-
lege. Tickets are $10 for
adults and $5 for stu-
dents/seniors. Details:
(321) 254-9583.

TUESDAY, MARCH 13
* Musical: "Golf The
Musical" at the 7:30 p.m. at
the King Center for the
Performing Arts, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Show runs
through Sunday, March 18.
Ticket prices vary. Details:
(321) 242-1013.

WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 14
Gallery night: Beach
Culture 101 Gallery, 222 N.
First St., Cocoa Beach, will
host an evening featuring
several artists from 5-8
p.m. Also features wine,
sangria and light snacks.
Details: (321) 917-5788 or
visit www.beachcul-
ture. 101.com.

UPCOMING EVENTS
* Irish concert: Com-
munity Band of Brevard
presents "One Hundred
Thousand Welcomes (An
Irish Celebration)," a con-
cert of the music of Ire-
land, at 8 p.m. Friday,
March 16 at the Bernard
Simpkins Fine Art Audito-
rium on the Cocoa campus
of Brevard Community
College. Free. Details: (321)


452-5725.
* 'Camelot': Titusville
Playhouse presents
"Camelot" March 16
through April 1 at Titusville
Playhouse, 301 Julia St.
Details: (321) 268-1125.
* Live albums: The King
Center presents Classic
Albums Live with "The
Beatles Revolver" at 8
p.m. Saturday, March 17 at
3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Ticket prices
vary. Details: (321) 242-
2219.
* 'St. Patrick's Day:
Cocoa Village will cele-
brate St. Patrick's Day with
a performance by Absolute
Blue, children's activities,
vendors and food from 6-9
p.m. Saturday, March 17.
Details: (321) 777-2109.
* Irish singer/song-
writer: Cahal Dunne, an
Irish singer, songwriter,
pianist and comedian will
perform at 2 p.m. Sunday,
March 18 at the Cocoa
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'Art is either plagiarism
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-Paul Gauguin

While prints and gicl6es
aren't exactly plagiarism,
they're not exactly original
works, either.


And that's a distinction
Mark E. Baker, owner of
Imago Fine Art and Fine
Wine Gallery is adamant
about.
Each work of art in his
more than 2,000-square-
foot contemporary art
gallery is original.
"It's not authentic art if
it's a print or gicl6e," said
,Mr. Baker.
"Sometimes, you can pay
up to $500 for a print. Why
not spend $700 for an orig-
inal? The investment alone
is worth it."
Mr. Baker's personnel
investment in art can be
traced back to his roots.
Born and raised in
Miami, he has owned sev-
eral galleries in Baltimore,
Md. and Pensacola, Fla.
When he moved back to
Melbourne in June 2006,
his intention was to buy a
boat and retire. But he
returned to a surprise.
"I visited places like Foo
Bar, Island Pasta Co. and
Moonstruck, and I realized
that I had come back to an
entirely different town."
Soon, the boat idea was
scrapped and he was
searching for gallery space.


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His love of post-modern
design attracted him to the
second-story location at
701 E. New Haven Ave., in
downtown Melbourne.
Mr. Baker said he was
drawn to the color of the
building, a tangerine
orange, and its "old Miami
flavor."
Imago's facade is made of
glass, and the gallery and
its patrons take on the
appearance of art objects
to passersby.
Since the opening of
Imago in October 2006,
Mr. Baker has devoted his
time and energy to pro-
moting local and interna-
tional contemporary
artists.
When asked how he
chooses what will adorn
his, he said he is inspired
by qualities he admires in
some of his favorite artists,
like Paul Gauguin and
Edward Hopper, both of
whose works feature tradi-
tional subjects
approached in a contem-
porary way.
However, he doesn't limit
his choices to personal
taste.
"I look for the artist who
is emphatic about the
work (when) you can see
it manifested in the work
itself. It either gels or it
doesn't."
His selection of art
changes weekly, depend-
ing on how often exhibit-
ing artists provide new
works, and he is always
looking for fresh pieces
that jibe with the theme of
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On March 9, Mr. Baker
will introduce the work of
local photographer Casey
DeCotis with a reception
from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. The
event will kick off Mr.
DeCotis' first gallery exhib-
it, which came as a sur-
prise to Mr. Baker.
"He's never been ,in a
gallery before for whatev-
er reason, and I consider
that a shame."
Mr. DeCotis' work fea-
tures urban landscapes in
black and white and color
presented with striking
perspective.
The event will also high-
light the work of other
artists such as Clifton
Chandler, Alexander Barr,
Tom and Vicki Busby,
Sandy Johnson, Jerry
Hooper and more.
In keeping with its con-
temporary theme, Imago
also offers a fine wine and
beer bar. Though the cou-
pling of art and wine isn't
new to those who regularly
attend openings, it is the
first time in Brevard Coun-
ty that the two have been
offered full-time.
To Mr. Baker, it's a natural
fit.
"Fine wine and art have
always gone together."
Imago features live music
on Thursday and is open
from ll1a.m. to 11 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday
and from noon to 6 p.m.
Sunday. The gallery space
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FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 2007 HOMETOWN NEWS


Romancing the Stove

with Arlene Borg, the Grammy Guru


St. Pat's Day calls for wearing
green and eating corned beef


DOUGLAS PARKER
Doing Just the Right Thing


Kids have

insight

at times

D avie's mother was
about to say some-
thing as her father
quietly placed his hand
over hers.
"Dad, I just don't like
this," she whispered to him
as she watched the boys
playing their card game.
"I know, but just give it a
few more minutes to play
itself out," he replied with a
knowing smile.
"But Davie's old enough
now to know that the other
boys aren't letting him
play," she insisted. 'His .
feelings will be hurt."
"Patience, patience.
Everything will come out
just fine"
Three-year-old Davie, a
new student at the St.
Peter's Preparatory Institu-
tion's pre-school, watched
intently as his two older
cousins were energetically
dealing out their hands.
"All right, dude," said
Davie's 7-year-old cousin
Kam, who was visiting
from out of state with his
fraternal twin Kyle. "Let's
see how many 10's you've
got in your hand."
"So badly out of luck,"
Kyle replied with false
sympathy, "I guess you're
just going to have to go
fish!"
As Kam reluctantly
began drawing more cards
into his hand, Davie
couldn't hold his curiosity
anylonger.
"Guys. What are you
playing? Is it fun? Can I
play, too?" Davie bounced
into the conversation.
Just as Kyle was prepar-
ing a witty remark telling
Davie to get lost, his
mother passed by and gave
him a "don't you dare" kind
of look.
Seeing as he couldn't dis
the little monster, he
decided that he might as
0 See PARKER, B3


Hello smart shoppers
and top o' the morning'
to ye!
St. Patrick's Day is almost
here and it is time to prepare.
Since everyone is Irish on
March 17, corned beef and
cabbage will be the dinner of
the day.
There is no way to make
corned beef low-fat, but you
can make it lower-fat.
Most supermarkets put
corned beef on sale at this
time of year, so look for the
bept price. Pick a flat cut, and
try to find one as lean as
possible.
You can substitute smoked
pork shoulder for corned beef.
Although it is much cheaper, it
is still a high-fat meat. When
you make this dinner with
smoked pork shoulder, it is
called, New England boiled
dinner.
The procedure for both is the
same.
As far as I'm concerned, a
pressure cooker is a must
have, especially for corned
beef. A four-pound brisket will
take about three hours to cook
in a Dutch oven and only one
hour in a pressure cooker.
. My recipe includes cabbage,
potatoes, carrots, onions and
rutabagas. However, you may
omit any vegetable you do not
like.
Here's a word of warning: it
is very difficult to cut a
rutabaga. In the past, I would
place the rutabaga on a
cutting board and, using a
large sturdy knife and a
hammer, I would cleave it in


half. Then I got a
suggestion from a
reader.
Place the rutaba-
ga in a plastic
supermarket bag.
Loosely tie it and w iA
place it on a
microwave-safe ,
rack or plate.
Microwave on high
for 5 to 10 min-
utes.*
Carefully remove
from microwave
and rinse under hot, then
cold, water. The wax will cling
to the bag. The rutabaga will
not be cooked, but it will be
easy to peel and cut.
(* Change from instructions
in my cookbook.)
After such a rich meal a light,
green dessert is in order. Many
years ago I found a tasty one
-in a magazine. It's quick and
easy, and since it didn't have a
name, I call it St. Paddy's Day
Delight.
You might also want to try
Gayle Mamer's frozen Calam-
ondon pie. Although the
calamondon fruit is orange (a
bad color for St. Patrick's Day)
the pie becomes a cream
color. You can tint the filling
with a few drops of yellow and
blue food coloring to make it
green.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Tasty fudge: A couple of
weeks ago, I shared a recipe
for Canadian fudge. What does
it taste like? Maple sugar.
Buying chicken feet:
Readers north of Vero Beach


are asking where to get chick-
,en feet since their Publix
doesn't have them.
The Publix stores in Martin
and St. Lucie counties started
carrying chicken feet after I
first wrote about them in my
chicken soup recipe at least
two years ago.
Chicken feet contain calci-
um, many vitamins and
add body to the soup.
Your store manager can
order them for you, and if
enough of people make a
request, the store may start
carrying them routinely.
FYI: The home office for
Publix is in Lakeland, and
you can make suggestions at
www.publix.com.
' Baking dilemma: Audrey,
a faithful reader, asked a
question for which I have no
answer. She is not a baker, but
saw a recipe for apricot nut
bread that she wanted to
make. So, she bought all the
ingredients and mixed up a
loaf. While the bread was in
the oven, she realized she had
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Smart Shopping:
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Money-saving
Tips
Buy yourself a pressure cooker.
It cooks food in a third of the time
and saves you money
on electricity.

The Guru's
Special Hint
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Place your car keys
next to your bed. If you think
someone is trying to break
into your house, press
the car alarm as you call 911.
No burglar is going to stick around
and the alarm will keep beeping
until you shut it off or the battery
runs out. Try it. It works from
anywhere in the house.


To Your Health
Cutting a rutabaga can be a difficult
and dangerous task. Read the
column for a fantastic tip.


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From page Bl


forgotten to add the
baking powder and salt.
Convinced the first loaf
was ruined, she prepared
another one, this time
making sure all the
ingredients were in the
mix.
Here is the puzzle: The
first loaf was excellent
and rose perfectly, while
the loaf with the baking
powder (a leavening
agent) was flat by com-
parison.
If you have an answer,
write me or call and leave
a message.

CORNED BEEF AND
CABBAGE OR NEW
ENGLAND BOILED
DINNER
Serves 6
4-pound piece corned
beef or smoked pork
shoulder
1 tablespoon pickling
spices (this may be
included in the [pack-
age with the meat)
2 large cloves garlic,
halved
1/2 teaspoon black
pepper
1 bay leaf
6 medium onions,
peeled
6 medium potatoes,
peeled
6 medium carrots,
scrubbed and cut in
half crosswise
1 rutabaga, peeled and
cut in 2-inch chunks
1 head of cabbage, cut
into 6 wedges
Trim as much fat as
possible from meat
before cooking. Place in
Dutch oven or pressure
cooker and add about 2
cups water. Add next four
ingredients. Cook covered
about three hours in pot
.or one hour in a pressure


cooker, following the
cooker's instructions
(usually one hour will do
it.)
NOTE: If possible, cook
meat the day before
chilling the liquid sepa-
rately. If not, toss 10 or 12
ice cubes into the liquid
and let it sit until fat
clings to the cubes.
Remove remaining cubes
and fat with a slotted
spoon.
If it is too salty, keep
only one cup and replace
rest of liquid with water.
Bring meat to a boil in
liquid. When heated
through, remove meat to
serving platter.
If you're using a pot, add
carrots, and rutabagas to the
liquid. Cover and cook about
15 minutes, then add
remaining ingredients and
cook until done, about 45
minutes.
In pressure cooker,
cook vegetables for about
10 minutes. Follow
instructions that come
with cooker. Slice meat
across the grain.
Serve with mustard and
a drizzling of apple cider
vinegar over the cabbage.
Pass the liquid to top it
:all.

ST. PADDY'S DAY
DELIGHT
1 (20-ounce) can sliced
pineapple in its own
juice
1 (4-serving) package
lime gelatin, regular or
sugar-free
Drain the liquid from
the pineapple into a
measuring cup, leaving
pineapple slices in the
can. Prepare gelatin using
half the liquid in the
package directions. You
can use the pineapple


juice as part of the liquid.
Pour gelatin into can
and chill until set. Run a
little hot water on can
bottom and sides to
loosen. Cut the bottom
from the can and use to
push mold out. Cut
between pineapple slices
and serve.
Garnish with any fruit or
topping.

FROZEN
CALAMONDON PIE
(NIB)
Florida residents should
know what a calamondon
is.
Haven't you ever seen a
citrus tree with tiny
oranges and thought it
would look pretty in your
yard? Those are calamon-
dons (also known as
calamondins). The shock
is when you taste the fruit
and recoil at the sour
taste.
This recipe from Gayle
Mamer will have you
hunting for someone with
a calamondon tree who is
willing to share some fruit
since I've never seen
them in any market.
While some Web sites,
such as
www.foodsubs.com,
suggest substituting key
lime juice for the hard-to-
find calamondon juice, I
believe there are far
better key lime pie
recipes and I will share
these in a later column.
1 (9-inch) graham
cracker pie shell,
regular or low-fat
3/4 cup strained,
calamondon juice
1 can sweetened
condensed milk
1 large (12-ounce)
container whipped
topping; regular, low-fat


or fat-free
Preheat oven to 350
degrees. Bake the pie
shell for 10 minutes, let
cool. While it is not
necessary to bake a store
bought shell, I find it
holds up better and stays
crisp if it has been baked
a bit.
Trying to squeeze that
tiny fruit looked like a
major project, but a
wooden lemon reamer
inserted in the stem end
worked fine.
Gayle mentioned that
fat-free condensed milk
didn't work, so I cut the
fat by using fat-free
whipped topping and the
pie was wonderful.
Mix the juice, con-
densed milk and whipped
topping until well com-
bined. Pile into prepared
pie shell and freeze.
Remove from freezer 10 to
15 minutes before serv-
ing.
Arlene M. Borg, the
Grammy Guru, is avail-
able for talks; call the
newspaper at (772) 465-
5656 and leave a message.
When a recipe is not in
Mrs. Borg's cookbook it
will have, (NIB) next to
the title.
For an autographed copy
of "Romancing the Stove
With the Grammy Guru,"
send $19 ($15 for the
book, $1 for tax, and $3 for
shipping and handling)
to: Arlene M. Borg, 265
S. W. Port St. Lucie Blvd,
No. 149, Port St. Lucie, FL
34984.
Check, Visa, Master Card
or Paypal accepted.
They are also available
at local bookstores
Web site: www.romanc-
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E-mail:
arlene@romancingthesto
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well bring him into the
game and let him play.
"Yah, sure. Come on and sit
over here," Kyle said
reluctantly as Kam gave
him a look of disgusted
disbelief.
'And you think that this
going to work out how,
exactly?" Davie's mother
asked Grandpa Joe.
"Patience, patience.
Everything will come out
just fine," was all he would
say with a reassuring smile.
"OK," said Kyle. "This
game's almost over, so you
can play it for me and I'll
tell you what to do."


When Davie turned and
smiled his big mostly
toothless smile and said
"Thanks," even Kyle
warmed up to letting him
play.
"What are you doing now,
Kyle?" his exasperated
brother asked as Kyle was
showing Davie how to hold
his cards and draw from the
pile. "Just pick the cards
and finish the stupid game,
already."
"No, come on. He's a
smart kid. I'm going to
teach him how to play."
"That's going to take for
ever!" Kam moaned.


"No, I don't think so.
Besides, it will be more fun'
to play with three of us
instead of just two."
Doing just the right thing
means knowing that
wisdom is not always found
in a textbook or spoken by
the wisest person.
Many times in life we can
learn some powerful
lessons simply by paying
attention to the people and
the world around us.
Many times we are so
focused on our needs and
our wants at a particular
moment, we can fail to
realize that the best answer


or Solution to a problem
might come from someone
with a different point of
view.
Davie's mother whis-
pered to Grandpa Joe, "I
don't believe I'm seeing
this. It's like a miracle those
boys playing nicely togeth-
er."
"Oh, I don't think it's over
quite yet," Grandpa Joe
said.
After 10 minutes, Davie
had learned enough about
the game to be mildly
competitive, so the two 7-
year olds let him play by
himself in a few games.


"I still don't get it," Kam
said as he was drawing
cards. "Why didn't you just
give him your cards that
one game we'd be done
with him by now."
Kyle, who was enjoying
having a third player in the
game, disagreed. "Don't you
get it? If you give the kid a
couple of cards, you make
him happy for just a few
minutes. But if you teach
him how to play go fish, he
can compete for a lifetime."
Although thrilled to see
her son playing, Davie's
mother still couldn't help
herself from giggling. "I


think it's supposed to be, if
you teach a man to fish."
"Oh, I don't know," said
Grandpa Joe as he patted
his daughter's hand. "I
think everything out of the
mouth of babes worked just
fine."
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educator, veteran English
teacher, coach and school
administrator, is head of
school at St. Mark's Episco-
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cus Blvd. Preview party: 6-9
p.m. March 9; advance tick-
ets, $10 adults, $5 children
(includes dinner), tickets
available at www.jlsb.net.
Tickets at the door do not
guarantee dinner.
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annual Feast of Padre Pio, 5
p.m. to midnight tonight,
11 a.m. to midnight Satur-
day, March 10, and 11 a.m.


to 3 p.m. Sunday, March 11,
at Veteran's Park in Palm
Bay. Features homemade
Italian food, games of
chance, carnival rides,
entertainment and arts and
crafts. Free parking and free
admission. Information:
www.pbias.org.
Quilt Show. "Quilting
From the Heart VIII" 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. today and
Saturday, March 10, at Bre-
vard Community College
Gymnatorium,.U.S. Route,
Titusville. Two noted quil-
ters will speak: Judy Cham-
bers, Friday; Margie Engel,
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Temple Talkers: Senior
discussion group meets at
11:30 a.m. at Temple Israel,
7350 Lake Andrew Drive,
Viera. Bring lunch; dessert
and beverage provided.
Information: (321) 726-
0660.
Gallery Walk: 4:30 p.m.
Brevard Museum of Art and
Science, 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. Led by
Debra Fritts and Frank
Shelton. Focuses on new
ceramics and painting
exhibit, which will be on
view through April 15.
Admission: $5 adults, $3
children.
+ Beach Bowl Bash: Flori-
da Bowl Riders Cup skate-
boarding competition,
March 9-11. Cocoa Beach
Skate Park, 1450 Minute-
man Causeway. Informa-
tion: (321) 868-3238 and
www.flbowlriderscup.com.
March 9 schedule: 4-8 p.m.,
registration; 6-8 p.m.
women's, masters, Pro
practice; 8-10 p.m. open
practice. March 10 sched-
ule: 8 a.m. registration; 9-10
a.m., Grom, Open Am prac-
tice; 10-15 a.m. rider's
meeting (Grom and Am
divisions); 10:15-10:30 a.m.
Grom warm-up; 10:30 a.m.,
Grom contest, 14 and
younger; noon to 1 p.m.,
women's practice; 1 p.m.
riders meeting (women's
division); and 1-1:30 p.m.,
Open Am warm-up; 1:30
p.m., Open Am contest;
4:30-5 p.m. women's warm-
up; 5 p.m. Women's Con-
test; 7-9 p.m., Masters, Pro
practice. March 11 sched-
ule: 10-11 a.m. Masters
practice; 11 to noon, Pro
practice; noon to 12:30 p.m.
Riders meeting, master's
and pro division; 12:30 to 1
p.m., master's warm-up;
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Country Steak Night: 6-
8 p.m., Merritt Island Elks
Lodge, 1520 N. Sykes Creek
Pkwy. Cost: $10. Informa-
tion: (321) 452-2650.
Spring Fling: Friday
Fest Dance, 6-10 p.m.
downtown Melbourne.
Music by Outta Sight Band.
Free. Information: (321)
724-1741.
Starlight Casino
Cruise: 6:30 p.m. at Eau
Gallie Civic Center. Cost:
$75 a person; sponsorship
available. Includes games
of chance, prizes, dancing,
music by Don't Quit Your
Day Job, food, wine, beer
and tropical drinks. Bene-
fits Space Coast Early Inter-
vention Center.
St. Patrick's Party: For
ages 7 to 12, Sandrift Com-
munity Center, 585 N. Sin-
gleton Ave., Titusville. Cost:
$2. Wear green. Sposnor:
Brevard County Parks and
Recreation Department.
Information: (321) 264-
5037.
* Teen night: 7-10 p.m. at
Port St. John Community
Center, 6650 Corto Road.
Music and games for grades
7 to 12. Free. Information:
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Hollywood Nights: 7-10
p.m. Holiday Inn Conven-
tion Center, SR 520, Cocoa.
Features: Fashion show
with local celebrity models,
food from county's finest
restaurants, silent auction,
"Oscar" Awards and prize
drawing. Formal attire or
dress as favorite film star.
Sponsored by Eckerd Youth
Alternatives. Tickets: $40
advance, $50 at door. Spon-
sor tables available. Pro-
ceeds benefit youth vio-
lence prevention.
Reservations and sponsor-
ship: (321) 633-7090.

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MARCH 10

Rummage RoundUp: 8
a.m. to noon, Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibis-
cus Blvd. Benefits Junior
League of South Brevard,
Information: www.jlsb.net.
Treasures Under Rain-
bow sale: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Project Response, 745 S.
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Information: (321) 724-
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Viera. Includes yard sale,
car wash, food and bake
sale. Benefits mission trips
and vacation Bible school.
Information: (321) 631-
2836.
Pet adoption: Central
Brevard Humane Society
pet adoption from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Petland
store at Merritt Square
Mall, 777 E. Merritt Island
Causeway, Merritt Island.
For information, call (321)
636-3343.
+ Spring Fashions Pre-
miere, Brunch: 10 a.m. to 1
p.m., LaCita Country Club,
777 Country Club Drive,
Titusville. Includes raffle for
three-piece outfit and gift
baskets. Tickets $20 in
advance: available at
Titusville Chamber of Com-
merce, 2000 S. Washington
Ave., and Moore's Align-
ment & Service Center,
1965 N. U.S. Highway 1.
Information: (321) 269-
4565, Ext. 202. Sponsor:
Shuttle Port Charter Chap-
ter, ABWA.
Healthy Living Expo:
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Clemente
Center, Florida Institute of
Technology, 150 W. Univer-
sity Blvd., Melbourne. Fea-
tures: Massage, reflexology,
energy treatments, chiro-
practic screenings, low-cost
health screenings, food
tasting and door prizes.
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Colonial Dames: The
Indian River Chapter Colo-
nial Dames XVII Century
meeting, 11 a.m. at Marsh
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Pet adoptions: "Happy
St. Pet-trick's Day" adop-
tions planned 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. at Brevard County
South Animal Care and
Adoption Center, 5200 W.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Mel-
bourne. Free identification
microchips offered. Some
adoption fees reduced.
Refreshments.
Relay For Life South
Beaches 2007: At Satellite
High School, 300 Scorpion
Ct., Satellite Beach. Sur-
vivor registration: 1-1:30
p.m. Survivor luncheon: 1-.
2:30 p.m. Opening cere-
monies: 3 p.m. Informa-
tion: www.acsevents.org.
Teens on history: A dis-
cussion for teens on "Word
on the Block: What's miss-
ing from American History"
from 1-3 p.m. at the Harry
T. and Harriette V. Moore
Memorial Park Cultural
Center, 2180 Freedom Ave.,
Mims. Information: (321)
264-6595. ,
Life as a Pilgrimage:
Presented by Bridget Mor-
ton at 2 p.m. at Melbourne
Public Library, 540 E. Fee
Ave. Information: (321)
952-4514.
Benefit dance: Sharing
Through Dance Benefit
show for Devereux at 2 p.m.
and 7 p.m. at Merritt Island
High School. Features local
troupes, The Golden Step-
pers, performing at both
shows and the Waters
School of Irish Dancing,
performing at the 7 p.m.
show. Tickets: $10 for gener-
al, $8 for seniors and $6 for
students. Group discounts
offered. Information: (321)
452-2046
Free concert: Maureen
Still Band, at 6 p.m. in Wes-
ley Fellowship Hall at Indian
River City United Methodist
Church, 1355 Cheney Hwy.,
Titusville. Information:
(321) 267-7922.
Meet surf legends: East
Coast Surfing Hall of Fame
plans this meet and greet at
7 p.m. at Cocoa Beach Pub-
lic Library, 550 N. Atlantic
Ave. Surfers participating:
Dick Catri, Joe Twombly and
"Balsa" Bill Yerkes. Informa-
tion: (321) 868-1104.
Open Dance: 7-10 p.m.,
Italian-American Club of
South Brevard, 1471 Cypress
Ave., Melbourne. Music by
JR Sounds. BYOB set ups
available. Casual dress.
Cost: $5. Information: (321)
253-0282.
Square dance: 8 p.m. at
Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Hosted by Alleman-
ders Square Dance Club.
Dale McClary is guest caller.
Bev Landwehr cues the
rounds. Cost: $4. Informa-
tion: (321) 777-4418.

SUNDAY, MARCH 11

Free Coin & Stamp
Show: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Eau Gallie Civic Center,
1551 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Appraisals, buy,
sell, trade. Children get a
free coin. Information:
(321) 751-3647. Sponsor:
South Brevard Coin Club.
Grass Roots National
Cribbage Tournament: 18-


game tourney. Play begins
at 8:30 a.m., with nine
games in morning, break
for lunch and nine games
in afternoon. Must be an
American Cribbage Club
and Grassroots Club No.
336 member to play. Infor-
mation: (321) 459-5358 or
(321) 632-2088.
Profiling composers:
Music on a Sunday After-
noon presents music of
Stephen Sondhein, Jerry
Herman and Cole Porter,
with pianist Marty Rosen-
berg, at 2 p.m. in Cocoa
Beach Public Library, 550
N. Atlantic Ave. Free: Seat-
ing limited to 150. Informa-
tion: (321) 868-1104.
Po-et Tea: Poetry and
light refreshments at 2 p.m.
social hall at Temple Israel,
7350 Lake Andrew Drive,
Viera. Learn more about
the temple's Sisterhood
organization. Information:
(321) 751-4607.

MONDAY, MARCH 12

+ Heritage Day: Share
Your Heritage Day is
planned 2-6 p.m. in the
Cultural Center at Harry T.
and Harriette V Moore
Memorial Park Cultural
Center, 2180 Freedom Ave.,
Mims. Registration
required by March 3. Free.
Cribbage play: 6:15
p.m. Monday, Merritt
Island Towers Condomini-
um Club. Nine-game tour-
nament using American
Cribbage Club rules. Spon-
sored by Gassroots Club
336 and Space Coast Peg-
gers. Information: (321)
459-5358 or (321) 632-2088.

TUESDAY, MARCH 13

Career, job fair: 4-7
p.m. in Searstown Mall,
Titusville. Sponsored by
Titusville Area Chamber of
Commerce.
Science Cafe: 6-8 p.m.
Pizza Gallery and Grill
restaurant, The Avenue
Viera. Open chat about
Computer Security's
Biggest' Secrets, with

speaker Richard Ford,
associate professor at the
Center for Security Sci-
ence.
Sponsored by Brevard
Zqo and Florida Institute
of Technology.
Sea Turtle talk: "Flori-
da's Role in a Sea Turtle
World" at 7 p.m. in Brevard
Community College's Palm
Bay campus auditorium.
Sponsored by Florida
Tech's Integrated Science
Teaching Enhancement
Partnership. Free. Present-
ed by Blair Witherington,
scientist with the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission's Fish
and Wildlife Research
Institute. Information:
Richard Tankersley, (321)
-674-8195.

WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 14

Seat check: Child safe-
ty seat seminar set 9-11
a.m. at Palm Bay Extension
Office, 1455 Treeland Blvd.
Sponsored by Brevard
County Agriculture and
Extension Service. Infor-
mation: (321) 952-4536,


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Ext. 25.
Genealogy meeting:
Genealogical Society of
South Brevard, 9:30 a.m.
Melbourne Library, 540 E.
Fee. Ave. Ann Mohr Osisek
speaks on The Paper Trail:
the Ins and Outs of Court-
house Research.
Expectant moms talk:
Lecture on "Nutrition for
Expectant Moms" set 10-
11 a.m. Wednesday, March
14, at Cape Canaveral Hos-
pital's Medical Plaza, 701
W. Cocoa Beach Causeway,
Cocoa Beach.Free. Reser-
vations necessary; call
(321) 434-4335.
Donor luncheon:
Marks 30th anniversary of
the United Order of True
Sisters. Event starts at
11:30 a.m. at Imperial
Hotel, 8298 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne. Fash-
ion presented by Bon
Worth. Cost: $22. Reser-
vations due before March
8 by calling Estelle Pink at
(321) 784-1690 or Sylvia
Gelfand at (321) 6868-
8278.
Ballroom Dancing: 1-
4 p.m. at Palm Bay Com-
munity Center, 1502 Port
Malabar Blvd. N.E. Live
music by Joe Cotti and
the Regents. Cost: $3.
Information: (321) 952-
3443.
Free trade talk: 2 p.m.
at Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 N. Brevard
Ave. Tim Kantz, director
of Caf6 Conciencia, will
speak about his experi-
ences in Guatemala. Cof-
fee will be served. Free.
Information: (321) 868-
1104.
Amphibious Spangu-
lotus: Play about town to
be demolished by high-
way construction. 7 p.m.,
March 14-17, Merritt
Island High School audi-
torium, 100 E. Mustang
Way. Cost: $7 adults, $3
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Celtic celebration: 7
p.m. at Melbourne Public
Library, 540 E. Fee Ave.
Ars Nova Cantorum offers
music, dancing and
humor. Information:
.(321) 952-4514.

THURSDAY,
MARCH 15

Popcorn and a Movie:
"Jouney of Women," 2 p.m.
Central Brevard Library,
308 Forrest Ave., Cocoa.
With Brevard Theatrical
Ensemble. Free. Informa-
tion: (321) 633-1792.
Amphibious Spangu-
lotus: Play about town to
be demolished by high-
way construction. 7 p.m.,
March 14-17, Merritt
Island High School audi-
torium, 100 E. Mustang
Way. Cost: $7 adults, $3
students. Performed by
Edgewood Harlequins for
Edgewood Junior/Senior
High School.
Arts/humanities fest:
Fourth annual Moore
Heritage Festival of the
Arts and Humanities
March 15-18 at Moore
Memorial Park and Cul-
tural Center, 2180 Free-
dom Ave., Mims and at
the Titusville campus of
Brevard Community Col-
lege. Festival features
educational workshops,
music, arts and crafts,
vendors children's activi-
ties, youth gospel fest, a
car show, a bake-off and
mbre. A jazz show featur-
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BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
The Florida Air Academy
Falcons continued their
odd-numbered reign of ter-
ror March 2, capturing yet
another state basketball
championship with a 68-56
victory over Gainesvilles
PK. Yonge.
The victory in the Class:3A


final at the Lakeland Center
in Lakeland marks the fifth
title for FAA since 1998 and
the fourth for head coach
Aubin Goporo since taking
over in 2000.
Each of Goporo's titles
with the Falcons has come
in an odd-numbered year:
2001,2003, 2005 and 2007.
Goporo was asked in the
post-game ;press confer-


ence about the numerical
anomaly.
"We do not even think
about numbers like that,"
he said. "We are focused on
the game at hand."
Focused is an understate-
ment.
Cheered on by a boister-
ous student section, the Fal-
cons out-hustled, out-
played and out-coached the


Blue Wave for 32 minutes,
leaving the estimated crowd
of 1,800 with no doubt of
who was the better team.
After bolting to a 21-7
first-quarter lead, FAA con-
tinued to control the pace
of the game with tenacious
defensive pressure and an
attacking, up-tempo
offense.
EK. Yonge's double threat


of Myk Brown and Willie
Powers, both all-tourna-
ment selections, combined
for 41 of the Blue Wave's 56
points, but no other player
would score more than six
in the game.
"Defense was the differ-'
ence," Goporo told
reporters. "In the semifi-
nals, we were not well pre-
pared. We were rotating late


on defense. But with one
day to practice, we were
able to work on that. We
rotated (John)Frazier and
(Ben) Eblen on No. 50 (Pow-
ers) the whole game and
were able to tire him out."
Getting tired was never a
problem for the Falcons as
they increased the lead to
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Florida Tech sophomore
Natalie Kohler posted a 54-
hole total of 223 to help the
Lady Panthers finish 7"' in
the 2007 Lady Moc Classic
Feb. 25-27.
"This is the best I have
ever seen them hit the
ball," said head coach
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release. "They played with
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ready to do something
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The tournament, hosted
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lege and contested on the
Par-72, 5,997-yard Cleve-
land Heights Country
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players in the top five,
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low sophomore Daniela


lacobelli of Satellite Beach.
Kohler fired a 73 in her
final round, highlighted by
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131-yard second hole. It
was the third time in the
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"The hole-in-one was
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Iacobelli also finished
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round to post a three-day
total of 225.
lacobelli carded FIT's low
round of the tournament
with a 72 in second round.
"In the past three years
as the coach, this was the
only tournament I enjoyed
every day," Farina said.
"We averaged 331 as a
team last season and have
improved our team aver-


age
317."


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T2. Natalie Kohler, Florida
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3, 6-1; Kaitlin Abdon def.
Kendall McMullen 6-0, 6-2;
Bonnie Fotheringham def.
def. Kyla Berrier 6-0, 6-0;
Ashley Hutchinson def.
Aileen Delrio 6-0, 6-0; Katie
Ziegler def. Loranny Minaya
6-0, 6-0. DOUBLES:
Gowen/Fisher def. Fitzger-
ald/McMullen 8-4; Schrad-
er/Durham def. Berrier/Delrio
8-1. MEL: 2-2 PB: 0-4
Tennis (boys)
West Shore 7, Cocoa 0 -
SINGLES: C.J. Johnson def.
Ryan Greer 6-0, 6-0; Brian
Kuell def. Trevor Owens 6-0,
6-1; Evan Bruce def. Chris
Park 6-2, 3-6, 10-3 (TB, 3rd);
Dimitri Sarpoolaki def. Ken
Blanchard 6-2, 6-1; Jerry
Wang def. Travis Barfield 0-
6, 6-4, 10-8 (TB, 3rd). DOU-
BLES: Johnson/Kuell def.
Greer/Park 8-0; Bruce/Sar-
poolaki, def. Owens/Blan-
chard 8-0. WS: 2-0 CHS: 0-3
MCC 6, FAA 1 SIN-
GLES: Evan Addington
(MCC) def. Marcus Sussman
6-0, 6-0; Matt Kriete (MCC)
def. Robert Blanchet 6-0, 6-
1; Arthur Binder (FAA) def.
Ryan McGrath 3-6, 7-5, 7-5;
Jeff Congdon (MCC) def.
Luis River-Perez 6-4, 6-0;
Maichael Batista (MCC) def.
Henrique DeBrito 6-2, 7-5.
D O U B L E S :
Addington/Hogan (MCC) def.
Sussman/Blanchet 8-1; Kri-
ete/Batista (MCC) def.
Perez/DeBrito 8-1. MCC: 1-1,
FAA: 0-4

Feb. 27
Baseball
MCC 8, FAA 1 MCC:
Ryan Spellins, 2B. FAA:
Hubbard, 2B. WP: Stephan
DeCola (1-0) LP: Peon (1-1)
MCC: 4-1 FAA: 1-3
Tennis (boys)
Melbourne 7, Bayside 0
- SINGLES: A.J. Nohrr def.
Pablo Britos 6-0. 6-1; Chad
Sandberg def. Cat Clawson
5-7, 7-5, 6-2; Greg Zimmer-
man def. Kevin Provost 6-0,
6-0; Eric Schleicher def.
Vasith Sueksagan 7-5, 6-1;
Jason Panzarino def. Josh
Emison 6-0, 6-1. DOUBLES:
Nohrr/Zimmerman def.
Britos/Sueksagan 8-3; Sand-
berg/Schleicher def. Claw-
son/Provost 8-0 MEL: 4-1
BHS: 1-2
Tennis (girls)
Melbourne 5, Bayside 2
- SINGLES: Rachel Nohrr
(MEL) def. Patti Haywood 3-
6, 6-1, 6-2; Kaitlin Abdon
(MEL) def. Nikki Haywood 6-
0, 6-2; Bonnie Fotheringham
(MEL) def. Sarah Gardner 6-
3, 1-6, 6-3; Kelsey Gowen
(MEL) def. Robin Temple 3-6,
6-1, 6-3; Ashley Hutchinson
(MEL) def. Samantha Dame
6-0, 6-0. DOUBLES: Hay-
wood/Haywood (BHS) def.
E.Cooney/Fisher 8-2; Gard-
ner/Temple (BHS) def. S.
Cooney/Durham 8-1. MEL:
3-2 BHS: 1-2

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Basketball (boys)
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pts; Gilberto Clavell, 12 pts.
RHS: Chris Summers, 17
pts; Quenton Ragland, 16
pts. FAA: 25-3 RHS: 20-9
Softball
Melbourne 12, Cocoa
Beach 1 (5 innings) -
MEL: Savannah Vickers, 2B;
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GLES: Evan Addington
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Batista 6-1, 6-0. DOUBLES:
Gust/Blatchley (VHS) def.
Abbingdon/Hogan 8-3;
Roberts/Schectman (VHS)
def. Kriete/McGrath 8-2.
VHS: 2-3
Tennis (girls)
Viera 5, MCC 1 SIN-
GLES: Madelaine. Jenna
(MCC) def. Abby Lindsley 6-
3, 6-0; Marci Hempstead
(VHS) def. Monique Medina
6-3, 4-6, 10-8; Megan Corn-
thwaite (VHS) def. Marissa
Woodard 6-0, 6-3; Katie
Broomfield (VHS) def. Kary
Kehres 6-4, 2-6, 10-8. DOU-
BLES: Lindsley/Cornthwaite
(VHS) def. Medina/Woodard
6-2; Hempstead/Broomfield
(VHS) def. Medina/Kehres 6-
4. MCC: 0-2 VHS: 4-1

March 1
Tennis (boys)
Satellite 7, Melbourne 0
- SINGLES: Pat Killeavy
def. A.J. Nohr 6-3, 6-0; Colin
Geoghegan def. Chad Sand-
berg 6-1, 6-2; Matt Little def.
Greg Zimmerman 6-0, 6-3;
Steven Schiff def. Eric Schle-
icher 6-1, 6-1; Jon Cline def.
Rick Barnett 6-0, 6-1. DOU-
BLES: Schiff/Killeavy def.
Nohr/Zimmerman 8-4; Lit-


tie/Rowe def.
Sandberg/Schleicher 8-4.
MEL: 4-2 SAT: 5-0
Eau Gallie 6, Titusville 1
SINGLES: Wagner Chilan
(EG) def. Ryan Koontz 6-0,
6-1; Andy Bankert (EG) def.
Juan Rendon 6-2, 6-0; Alex
Pinter (EG) def. Alex Conley
6-2, 6-0; Kerry Mawn (THS)
def. Ethan Minner 1-6, 6-4,
6-4; Andre Schilinski (EG)
def. Blise Mullenix 6-1, 6-0.
DOUBLES: Chilan/Pinter
(EG) def. Koontz/Conley 8-3;
Bankert/Minner def. Ren-
don/Rylander 8-3 EG: 6-1
THS: 4-1
West Shore 4, Viera 2 -
SINGLES: C.J. Johnson
(WS) def. Jamie Roberts 6-0,
6-0; Dylan Gust (VHS) def.
Brian Kuell 7-5, 6-4; Evan
Bruce (WS) def. Carlos
Schectman 6-0, 4-6, 6-2; Joe
Blatchley (VHS) def. Dimi
Sarpoolaki 6-2, 6-0; Will
Johnson (WS) def. Lang
Staubus 6-2, 6-1. DOU-
BLES: Johnson/Kuell (WS)
def. Gust/Roberts 8-3
Tennis (girls)
Melbourne 4, Satellite 3
- SINGLES: Courtney Sar-
gent (SAT) def. Rachel Nihr
6-2, 6-0; Molly Shapiro (SAT)
def. Kaitlin Abdon 6-1, 6-2;
Bonnie Fotheringham (MEL)
def. Julie Pawling 6-2, 6-2;
Kelsey. Bowen (MEL) def.
Samantha Youngkin 6-2, 6-2;
Ashley Hutchinson (MEL)
def. Kriten Hicks 6-3, 7-5.
,DOUBLES: Sargent/Shapiro
(SDAT) def. Nohr/Abdon 8-6;
Fotheringham/
Hutchinson (NEL) def.
Hicks/Youingkin 8-5. MEL: 4-
2 SAT: 3-2
Titusville 5, Eau Gallie 2 -
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(EG) def. Cara Fisher 6-4, 6-
1; Kristen Gunnerson (THS)
def. Aida Chilan 6-1, 6-2;
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Jessica Schmitz 6-2, 6-3;
Kate Ahmie (THS) def.
Amanda Migliore 6-2, 6-3;
Christian Vieria (THS) def.
Lindsey Beasy 6-3, 6-2.
DOUBLES: Logue/Schmitz
(EG) def. Fisher/Smith 8-4;
Gunnerson/Ahmie (THS)
def. Chilan/Migliore 8-2. EG:


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4-1 THS: 5-1
Softball
Lake Highland 7, MCC 0 -
LH: Nicole Bellini 2 2B; C.T.
New, 2B; Natalie McAlpin,
2B; Stephanie Kienlen, 2B.
WP: McAlpin (n/a) LP:
Savannah McMillan (6-3)
MCC: 6-3
Baseball
MCC 11, Masters Academy
1 MCC: Joey Migliaccio,
2B; Jesse Herbert, 2B; Sean
Carley, 2B. MA: Janson
Banacjer, HR. WP: Phil
Piotrowski (1-1) LP: Steve
Norris (1-1) MCC: 5-2 MA:
4-3
Melbourne 4, Astronaut 2
- MEL: Paul Jackson, 2B;
Keith Jennings, 2B; Jeff Pan-
nuci, 3B. WP: Jae Hassel-
berger (3-0) LP: Austin Bar-
rett (n/a) MEL: 5-0
FAA 10, Covenant Christ-
ian 1 FAA: Antonacci, 2B.
WP: Peters (2-0) LP: Bauer
(n/a) FAA: 2-3
College basketball
Lady Panthers take con-
ference honors
Florida Tech Senior guard
Jen Tamilio from Boston,
Mass. and head coach John
Reynolds have been chosen
as the Sunshine State Con-
ference women's basketball
Player of the Year and Coach
of the Year, respectively.
Tamilio was fourth in the
SSC in scoring, averaging
14.1 points per game. She
led the conference in three-
;point shooting at 40 per-
cent, and ranked fifth from
the free throw line, shooting
76 percent. Tamilio also
ranked sixth in steals with
2.15 per game.
Tamilio overcame two knee
injuries to claim four confer-
ence Player of the Week
awards during her three-year
career, including two this
season.
She is the first Lady Pan-
ther to garner the award
since SSC all-time leading
scorer Sonja Radenkovic did
so in 1997.
Now in his 20th year,
Reynolds won the SSC
Coach of the Year honor for
the second time after leading
Florida Tech to a 22-5 record
and a share of the confer-
ence championship.
Reynolds last won the
award in 2002. He has a
376-199 career record. His
.654 winning percentage
ranks him among the best
Division II coaches of all
time.
Sunshine State Confer-
ence tournament, first
round, Boca Raton
Florida Tech 64, Florida
Southern 62 FIT: E.J.
Murray, 39 pts. FS: Andrei
Grant, 14 pts; Will Grahem,
11 pts; Rob Elderidge, 11
pts. FIT: 10-20 FS: 8-20


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Florida Air Academy players celebrate their 68-56 Class 3A championship victory over Gainesville's P.K. Yonge March 2
at the Lakeland Center in Lakeland. The win was FAA's fifth state title since 1998 and its fourth in the last seven years.




Lady Commodores still the team to beat


Title
From page B7

56-39 through the third
quarter, never letting the
Blue Wave get closer than
eight points. At one stage,
FAA was ahead by 18 points
in the fourth quarter.
Six-foot-6-inch senior
forward Rihards Kulsiks,
who hails from Germany,
was named tournament
MVP following his 23-point
performance in the final.
All together, Kulsiks scored
49 points in the state tour-
nament on 16-for-39 shoot-
ing, including 9 of 20 from
behind the three-point arc.
"I was really focused for
the game," a jubilant Kul-
siks told a smattering of
reporters after the game. "I
knew it was my last game in
high school and if I played
good, the team would play
good."
As good as Kulsiks was in
garnering tournament
MVP honors, the MVP for
the final game very well
could have been point
guard Jerome Burgos.
Barking out orders on
defense and carrying out
orders on offense, the sen-
ior from Puerto Rico nearly
tallied a triple- double for
the Falcons, pouring in 11
points, dishing out 13
assists and snagging nine


rebounds.
His 13 assists were two
more than the entire RK.
Yonge team combined.
Burgos was one of three
Falcons named to the All-
Tournament team, joining
Kulsiks and fellow senior
Gilberto Clavell.
Clavell, a 6-foot-5-inch
center/forward was a force
inside for FAA the entire
game. He, too, recorded a
double-double with 17
points and 15 rebounds to
round out the victory.
"That's his job," Goporo
said. "It is Rihards' job to
shoot and it is Gilberto's job
to rebound. That's what
they did."
In addition to a fourth
state championship, the
win over PK. Yonge leaves
Goporo with a 'record of
184-15 in his seven years as
head coach of the Falcons.

Class 3A state champi-
onship game, March 2,
Lakeland
FAA 68, P.K. Yonge 56 -
FAA: **Rihards Kulsiks, 23
pts; *Gilberto Clavell, 17
pts; *Jerome Burgos, 11 pts.
PKY: *Willie Powers, 21 pts;
*Myk Brown, 20 pts. FAA:
26-3 PKY: 27-4 *all-tourna-
ment selection **tourna-
ment MVP
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Eau Gallie
out to make six
district crowns
in a row

BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer

The Eau Gallie Lady
Commodores are getting
used to winning.
Emerging victorious
after winning 53 games
the last two seasons and
earning a berth in the
state finals in 2005, the
Lady Commodores have
solidified themselves as
the top dog in area high
school softball.
At 9-3 through March 2,
veteran head coach Bill
Sinclair has his team
poised for its sixth
straight district title and
another run at the state
championship. However,
he knows they face a
tough road ahead.
The Lady Commodores
are a young team with
just four seniors and one
junior on the squad. The
balance of the team is
made up of seven sopho-
mores and two freshmen.
It is youth and inexperi-
ence that have caught
Sinclair's attention.
"We are getting some
consistent hitting," he


said. "But we are going to
have to start hitting high-
end pitching better. We
haven't seen much of that
so far."
The Lady Commodores
have a history of some
high-end pitching them-
selves, most notable is
Jenny Giles, currently a
sophomore at Long
Island University in New
York.
Giles went undefeated
through the regular sea-
son in 2005 before being
tagged with her only loss
in the state final against
Palm Harbor, 1-0.
This season, junior Ash-
ley Fritz is leading the
way for Eau Gallie with a
5-1 record and an impres-
sive 0.72 ERA.
The Lady Commodores'
pitching staff goes three-
deep this year with soph-
omore Lexi Carroll (3-2,
1.53,ERA) providing solid
,innings and fellow sopho-
more Jackie Reese provid-
ing relief when called
upon.
A look at the offensive
statistics seems to belie
Sinclair's concerns at the
plate.
The Lady Commodores
have five players hitting
over .400 halfway through
the season, with Reese
leading the'way at .545.
Senior catcher and cap-
tain Madison Conradis is


hitting .447, and fellow
senior infielder Nicole
Adams is at .400.
Raina Benedith, a soph-
omore infielder, also has
provided production at
the plate with a .455 aver-
age. But no Lady Com-
modore has more than
five RBIs on the year as of
March 2.
Sinclair points to two of
the teams three losses as
an example of his con-
cerns.
At the Lake Mary Early
Bird Classic Feb. 9-10, the
Lady Commodores were
held to just one run in
their final two games.
"We had six or seven
strikeouts looking," he
said. "That's the kind of
thing we cannot afford
down the road."
In addition to hitting
the better pitching they
will see in the district and
regional playoffs, Sinclair
said the team needs to
play more efficiently on
defense in close games.
Five errors cost the
Lady Commodores dearly
in a 6-4 loss at district foe
Vero Beach Feb. 23.
"They were all over-
throws at the plate," Sin-
clair said before practice
last week.
Sinclair said he hopes to
pick up some games
against tougher competi-
tion between the Kissim-


mee Classic April 5-7 and
the district playoffs,
which begin April 16.
"We need to see better
pitching- and play tough
teams if we are going to
hit and win at the end of
the season," he said.
The Lady Commodores
look for revenge tonight
as Vero Beach comes to
town.
First pitch is set for 7
p.m.
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Golfing events abound in and around area


have great news. If you
happened to miss the
Honda Classic last
week, you may take a
mulligan.
Perhaps you decided that
the field simply wasn't ripe
with enough big names, or
it was too far to drive, or
maybe your spouse or
children had you other-
wise occupied.
Well, no matter what the
excuse, I'm granting you
another shot at watching
the best players in the
game live and in person.
This coming week,
March 12 through 18, The
King, Arnold Palmer, is
opening up his Bay Hill
Club and Lodge in Orlan-
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Arnold is not always the
greatest host. You see,
Arnie likes to challenge the
players a little more than
most. He grows the rough
up to scary heights,
narrows the fairways,
speeds up the greens and
prays for wind.
Sending out the invita-
tions is the easy part. Who
in their right mind would
turn down an invite from
Arnold Palmer to play in
his event? We should see
the strongest full field of
the year this week. Tiger
Woods, who won this
event a record four straight
times from 2000-04, Phil
Mickelson, Ernie Els and
last year's champion, Rod
Pampling, are all sched-


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uled to put their tees in the
ground and take on a
brutal Bay Hill layout.
This event began its life
as the Florida Citrus Open
back in 1966. The list of
winners goes well beyond


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just Tiger. Julios Boros, Lee
Trevino, Hale Irwin, Tom
Kite, Fuzzy Zoeller, Payne
Stewart, Fred Couples, Ben
Crenshaw, Phil Mickelson,
Ernie Els and even Arnie
himself have hoisted the
trophy here.
In 1990, Robert Gamez
set a PGA Tour record
when he holed his second
shot on the par-4 18th to
defeat Greg Norman by
one stroke. His 7-iron from
176 yards found nothing
but the bottom of the cup
and to this day is the
longest winning shot in
tour history.
Bay Hill has matured
nicely over the years since
I first visited as a high
school player. As with
most courses, a lot of
yardage has been added.
The trees that were once
saplings are now huge,
challenging the players to
keep the ball in the
fairway. The once short
par-5 16th hole is now a
long, devilish par-4. The
closing holes at Bay Hill
historically have been
among the stoutest on
tour every year.
Probably the best thing
about Arnie's event is that
your chance of running
into him while walking the
course following your
favorite players is quite
good, Arnie rides around
in a golf cart, checking up
on things as the round
progresses. He's quite
accommodating if you ask
for a picture or an auto-


graph or just want to say
hello to our game's great-
est man.
With several ticket
packages available, there
is bound to be one for
every budget. Ticket prices
start as low as $35 for
practice rounds and $45
for competitive rounds.
Children's tickets are $15
for any day all week long.
Complimentary parking
is available at Universal
Studios with shuttle
transportation to the
course.
For more ticket informa-
tion, call the Arnold
Palmer Invitational at
(866) 764-4843 or (407)
876-7774 or purchase
tickets directly on the Web
site at www.arnoldpalmer-
invitational.com.
If you wish to play in
your own competitive
event, the Saints Course at
Port St. Lucie is holding its
5th annual Wayne Allgire
City Golf Championship
on March 23 and 24.
The 36-hole stroke play
event is open to amateurs
16 and older, who reside in
Palm Beach, St. Lucie,
Martin, Indian River or
Okeechobee counties.
Players will be flighted
into four flights after the
first round, with the top
15-20 players vying for the
championship. The field is
limited to the first 100
entries and the entry
deadline is noon on
Sunday, March 18.
Entry fee is $95 and


includes two rounds of
golf with cart, prizes for all
flights, tee gift, range balls
and a shirt.
For more information or
to sign up, contact the
Saints Course at (772) 398-
2901.
If the addition of great
food lures you to a golf
tournament, the Big
Tournament in conjunc-
tion with "A Taste of Martin
County's Best" could be
just the thing for you.
This year's event is being
held at Martin Downs
Country Club on Tuesday,
March 27. Proceeds from
the event go to Big Broth-
ers, Big Sisters of Martin
County.
In addition to a great
round of golf, each golfer
receives a ticket to "A Taste
of Martin County's Best," a
banquet of foqd tasting
from Martin County's best
restaurants held right after
an afternoon of golf.
The entry fee is $150 per
golfer, and includes lunch,
goodie bag, golf and a
ticket to the evening of
fine food sampling.
For more information or
to sign up, contact Big
Brothers Big Sisters at
(772) 283-8373.
James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiastfor 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night
Golf Show on WPSL 1590-
AM radio station. Contact
him at
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Perhaps 27-year-old
Melanie Delp of Jack-
sonville summed it up
best: "It's baseball," she
said.
Ms. Delp joined 3,500
other baseball fans at
Space Coast Stadium
March 3 for the Washing-
ton Nationals spring
training home opener
versus the Baltimore Ori-
oles.
"We're baseball fans. No
matter what, every
chance we get, we go."
It didn't matter that
Delp's team, the Atlanta
Braves, were not playing
in the game, or that the
weather seemed more
befitting a mid-season
football game. Fans came
out to see baseball and
enjoy the first day of their
best chance to be close to.
the players themselves.
The Nationals rolled
out the welcome mat for
the crowd on "Meet the
Nats Day" as players
manned each gate to
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shirts to all who entered.
There was a kids' press
conference held along
the first-base line, where
the youngest fans could
toss hard-ball questions
at their favorite players,
and an autograph session
outside the team store
gave fans a chance to find
the next collectible.
Ten-year-old Travis
Titus, a Philadelphia
Phillies' fan attending the
game with Delp, became
a Nationals fan for a day.
"I didn't want to wear
the Phillies hat today,
because I thought I
-wouldn't get any auto-
graphs if I did," he said as
he and Delp and older
brother Derek gazed
upon the field from their
seats.
Gerry and Kaye O'Brien
drove from Baltimore to
see their grandchildren,
timing their trip to coin-
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first-ever spring training
excursion.
"We will be here for the
whole month," Mrs.
O'Brien said as she and
her husband stood in line
for tickets and a T-shirt.
"Our grandkids went off
to Disney and we are real
excited to be here today."
Orioles fans for most of
their lives, the O'Briens
said they planned to stay
for the entire game, no
matter what the weather.
They even offered a pre-
diction for the Orioles'
2007 campaign.
"Oh, we're going to be
much better than last
year," Mr. O'Brien said.
"Brian Roberts (second
base) is going to have a
great season and we have
some young pitching that
looks really good. Don't
go to sleep on them."
Just as the fans in the
stands come from all over
to be a part of the annual
rite of spring, the players,
too, are often well trav-
eled as they renew their
pursuit of baseball glory.
Chris Snelling, a 26-
year-old outfielder from
Australia in his first
spring training camp
with the Nats, offered a
bit of down-under mot
just when asked of his
expectations this spring.
"It's all good, mate," he
jibed while handing out
the shirts emblazoned
with the Nationals' logo.
"No worries."
Snelling's teammate Joe
Thurston, a 27-year-old
utility player from Valejo,
Calif., also in his first year


with the Nats after
spending last season in
the Phillies' camp, was all
smiles as he signed auto-
graphs for fans before the
game.
"I think I have a good
chance to make the
team," he said. "There are
a lot of great guys here;
great coaches, great play-
ers. I'm looking to have a
lot of fun and play my
game and, hopefully,
make the decision hard
for management."
For the record, the Ori-
oles beat the Nationals 7-
2, dropping Washington
to 0-2 in Grapefruit
League play.
But that would not
damper the enthusiasm
of Margot Neuendorf,
who has been handling
merchandising sales at
Space Coast Stadium
since 1994.
"I love spring training,
no matter what,"' she
said. "It's always exciting.
Every year is a new expe-
rience."
Asked for her forecast
for the Nationals, Ms.
Neuendorf didn't hesitate
to go out on a limb.
"We're going all the way,
of course."
The Nats' next home
game is March 10 as they
welcome the defending
National League Eastern
Division champion New
York Mets to Space Coast
Stadium.
First pitch is scheduled
for 1:05 p.m.
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pote, 1849, English, abt.
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BAND SAW, Craftsman,
12" 1 1/8hp, excellent
cond, $195 obo w/stand,
call 321-779-8220.
BAR CHAIRS, metal w/
high back, $75; chairs,
upright, almost new,
$50each, call 724-4854.
BASSINET: GRACO
Winnie the Pooh. 4 in 1.
Multi feat & extras $50
obo 321-952-8560 WMel
BED SPREAD & QUILT.
King size, like new condi-
tion. $20 for both.
772-589-8317 Sebastian
BED: Dble. Ik new. mtrs,
bx sprg, frme, bedding.
vry clean. non-smk/pet
$45 321-242-6711 Melb
BEDDING, TWIN: 2 pstl
plaid dust ruff, match val-
ance & 63 in drapery
$100. 321-752-8872 Mel.
BELT SANDER: Sears,
3"x21", $35 and Sears 6"
sander-polisher, $25
Palm Bay 321-725-7848
BIRD CAGE, green pow-
der coated w/wheels, excl
cond, $175. Please call
321-777-8240 So. Brev.
BIRD CAGE, metal,
green and yellow,
39x19x18, good cond,
$40, call 321-725-6107.
BIRD PLAY STAND:
19Lx14Wx16H. Never
used. $15. Sebastian
772-581-8565
BIRDCAGE 18"wide x
14" deep x 22" high. $15.
Euruka vacuum cleaner.
$10. 321-254-6167 S.Brv
BOAT DINGHY: 9 ft. w/
oars. $200. Roseland
772-589-6020.
BRASS' BED frame,
queensize, ornate, excel-
lent cond, $165, call
321-777-3951, So. Brev.
CALCULATOR, BUSI-
NESS, HP-14B, never
used, $20, call
321-373-1752, So. Brev.
Camcorder JVC gr-sxm
37, 25x optical/1OOOx dig.
zoom, 2.5" LCB, New!
$199 321-729-1433 SBrv
see photo online @ www.
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CANOE 17', 2 paddles,
good condition. $200.
772-240-2414 S. Brev.
CAR SEAT, 20-40 Ibs,
front facing. $5.
321-951-3318 S. Brev.
CASH REGISTER anti-
que. $100. Extension lad-
der. $35. Bartender set.
$10. 321-723-2716 S.Brv
CD PLAYER, Onkyo, tu-
ner amp, 2 DCM speak-
ers, 800HM, 175W, $135
obo all. 321-757-6341.
CEILING FANS (2),
Hunter, like new, $40
each, call 321-722-0462.
CERAMIC MOLDS 75
some new, 1 of a kind.
tools, paints etc. pouring
tbl. $200. 321-255-1936
CHAIRS: Dining room. 4.
Ivory upholstry. Roll-
backs. very nice. $200.
772-321-6191 Vero
CHEMISTRY LAB appa-
ratus, flask; beakers, etc,
$45, call 321-409-8684.
CLOSET DOOR,
30"x80", white 2 panels,
antique brass handel,
$25, call 321-253-0986.


COFFEE PERCOLA-
TOR, Cuisinart, cordless,
beautiful, like new, $25.
321-259-1948 So. Brev.
COFFEE TABLE, solid
wood, Lane, 56" long;
corner table 30"x30", $75
each, call 321-259-2754.
COFFEE TABLES, (2);
vintage leather inlay and
modern wooden carved,
$20 each, call 242-2850.
COGNAC- LOUIS xii bot-
tle, 750mL, w/glass top &
box, $135, call,
321-984-3034, So. Brev.
COLEMAN GRILL to go,
with carrying caseon
wheels,like new, $80, call
321-951-9668, So. Brev.
COMPUTER DESK, cor-
ner unit, $55; Computer
Monitor, 19", E-Machine,
$15, call 321-259-9356.
COMPUTER SPEAKER
system, Philips, new ask-
ing $25, call
321-768-6201, So. Brev.
COUCH and loveseat.
$100. 321-956-7866 PIm
By.
COUCH, OFF white, sin-
gle cushion, $100; Child's
desk, 46inches long, $25,
call 321-777-2588.
CRYSTAL STEMWARE:
& vases, Waterford. $15 -
$20. Office chr. Grey.
$20. 321-757-0797 Melb.
CURIO PINE, attractive,
like new, lighted, glass
top, 74"x20". $195/obo.
321-768-1620 S. Brev.
CURIO, MINI glass
shelves, mirror backdrop,
lighted, $65, call
321-253-3611, So. Brev.
DAYBED, QUEEN, ex-
cellent condition, $50,
call 417-234-7031.
DESK old, maple, drop
front in excellent condi-
tion. $200.321-984-2361
DESK, 3"X6", 7 drawers,
$80; office chair $15; fil-
ing cabinet (metal) $30,
call 321-255-4886.
DESK- WRITING, wood,
4'x2' approximately,
Looks Good! $60.
321-454-9077 Merritt Isl.
DEVELOPMENTAL
TOYS: ages 1-5. 10 at $8
ea. Ex. cond. pis. email
apeth@earthlink.net.
DINETTE: Glass top. 42
in w/ bevelled edge. Ex.
cond. Wrought iron legs.
$75. Mlbr. 321-676-3849
DINING TABLE glass
top, whitewash, 4 chairs,
simple but elegant. $200.
732-762-4337 Melb. Bch.
DINING TABLE with
leaf, 8 chairs. $200.
321-751-4713. S. Brev.
DINING TABLE, Pier
one glass top w/metal &
4 chairs, $125 obo, call
321-779-4607, So. Brev.
DISHWASHER, GE, in
box, firm bisc color,
$100, call 321-724-4269.
DOORS, FLAT (3)
30"x 80". $10 each.
321-676-2911 S. Brev.
DRESSERS, (2), 1 w/9
drawers, $25/ea; old dolls
from 60's, approx. 25, $2/
ea.'321-984-0796 SoBrev
DRYER/ STOVE, gas,
like new, almond & black,
went electric, $150/both.
321-722-2476 So. Brev.


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DRYERS: ELECTRIC (2)
Roper, Lg. cap., $25,
Kenmore, hvy duty $50.
321-480-2352 Melb.
DVD/VCR $30/each,
Bar stools 26" (2)
$50/both. Brass Lamp
$80. 321-752-4753 SBrv
FACIAL TROLLEY as-
sembled, $125. Towel
Cabi- new, holds 24. $75.
321-777-2222/626-0000.
FISHING RODS 9 pieces
split- bamboo -fly and
bay walnut wood case,
$175, call 321-704-3349.
FLOOR SHELF: w/ wall
display shelf w/ hooks.
Blonde. $20 for both.
321-432-4234 Palm Bay.
FLOORING, HARD-
WOOD, Sakura (birch), 3
new boxes of 19 sf ea.
$75/all. 321-633-4426
FREEZER: Chest, 14.9
cu.ft., Wh, Kenmore, Mo
#11531, ex con p/u only.
$150. 321-453-0254 M Is
FREEZER: FRIGIDAIRE,
Lg. upright. 5 shelf. Ex.
cond. $150. Melbourne
321-253-4213.
GAS GRILL: Oversized
w/ deep fryer. $200 Melb.
321-298-7740
GOLF BAG, heavy duty
w/wheels, $30; various
left hand spec. clubs $10,
call 321-254-3716.
GRAPHICS CARD, ati
radeon x300, 256 mb,
3D, x16 pci express, $35
call 321-773-8567.
Grill/Sandwich Press -
commercial Toastwell,
14"x14" surface. $120/
obo. 321-952-4097 S.Brv
GUITAR, JR. acoustic.
32", zipper case. exc.
cond. $25. Melb. Beach.
321-952-1376
HEADBOARD, Twin, wh
iron. $10. Mcrowvs, wh
Panas, $20, Emerson blk
$25 321-728-9500 PImBy
HEALTH WALKER,
comes with 5 function
comp. for tracking im-
prov., $200, 751-0527.
HEDGE TRIMMER,
Black & Decker, like new,
w/outdoor cord, $30, 321-
433-0090 Viera, S.Brev.
HOT TUB: 5 person. Vita
Spa. Jet/blower opts. gd
cond. needs motor repair.
$100 810-706-0085 PBy
HURRICANE LAMP,
,white shade, rose color
flowers on base, like new,
$100.321-727-8001
HUTCH, BROYHILL:
Tan wicker with lights.
$180. 772-569-7967 IRC
JACKET Leather, La-
dies, sz Med, camel colo-
r. Paid $350, sell $100.
Like New! 321-638-4615
KAYAK Old Town Loon
168, 16'8", excellent
cond.$200. 321-773-5565
KEYBOARD: CASIO
CTK573 w/ 61 keys. new
cond. 100 song bk plus...
$100 321-255-5653 Melb.
LAWN MOWER, '06 Troy
Built, 21", 7hp,R drive, R
bag, mulch, Like new,
$125, call 321-259-5360.

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LOVESEAT RECLINER:
Colonial, ex. cond. brwn.
$175 321-504-6063 Co-
coa.
LOVESEAT- New, lovely,
tan/beige, Near BCC in
MIb. $200. 321-253-9724
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MATTRESS SET: Calif.
King. W/ frm. Serta Perf.
Sip. sld fm. Ex cnd. $100
321-727-1842 W. Melb.
MATTRESS SET:
Queen. Ex Cond. $100.
Sebastian 772-581-3864.
MATTRESS- Pillowtop,
king size. $85. Ping-Pong
table w/ all accessories.
$100. 772-388-0324 Seb
MATTRESS/BOX SPGS,
King excel cond $100.
321-266-5858 Rockledge
MATTRESS: Englander,
no flip / mvmt dble mtrs &
innerspring Ike new. $110
obo. 321-259-3415. Melb.
MAYTAG DRYER, Nep-
tune, electric, perfect new
condition, $150, call
321-917-3989, So. Brev.
MICHELIN TIRES (4) on
alloy rims 215 70 15,
asking $125, call
321-729-6584, So. Brev.
MICROWAVE: Pana-
sonic, "Genius Premier
1100w" w/ rev rnd tray.
$30 321-726-8714 PImBy
MIRROR, OVAL, framed
38x28, new, $75, call
321-704-1799, So. Brev. ,
MODEL AIRPLANE:
(old) & parts $200 call
321-480-9671 Melbourne
MOTOR TROLLING,
Minns Koto 35 electric, 4
speed, forward #17 thrust
$49.321-773-0965 S.Brv
MOTOR- elec,1/2hp, 1/2"
shaft, single phase 115v,
8' cord, on/off switch. $50.
321-729-8169 So. Brev.
MOTOR: Trolling, T36
Motor Guide $115 Titus-
ville 321-269-1326'
MOTORCYCLE VEST:
Wm's vest sz 38. blk
Chaps n Bags lambskn
$65 321-723-9640 PBy
NASCAR YEARBOOKS,
Winston cup, '91, '92,
'93, '94; 2 press guides,
$200 takes all, 728-7326.
NORDIC TRACK: aero-
bic x-train. Treadmill,
stepper, skier, more. $50
321-725-8707 Palm Bay
PALM ZIRE handheld.
Grt for appts. hardly usd.
incl. software plus. $50
321-409-1334 W Melb
PERSIAN RUG tribal,
semi-antique, 50"x113",
great condition. $95. call
321-255-3315. S. Brev. .
PING PONG table: $125
Very gd. cond. Wheel-
away Playback. Melb.
321-254-4319
PORTABLE TOILET,
sunrise model, new, un-
used, $44, call
321-288-2924, So. Brev.
PRINTER Lexmark
x1270, all in one color
copier, printer, scanner,
$45, call 518-496-7707.
PUSH POLE for flats
fishing sold boat w/o it,
good cond, $185, call
321-795-1874, So. Brev.
RADIO/STEREO RCA
console. Vintage, 1950's,
perfect condition. $200
obo. 321-751-1991 S Br.
RAIN GEAR fishing/
sailing, 2 suits, vest &
boots, size XL. $50.
321-726-8576 S. Brev.
RAMP: For motorcycle or
ATV. Foldable. Alum.
Hooks to truck tailgate
$50 321-752-8888 Melb.
RANGE, HOTPOINT,
elec, Bisque, mint cond.,
self cleaning, $160 cash
321-729-8217 So Brev.
RANGE, JENNAIR, Cook
top, 2 bay, $95; under-
mount wire rack $45; gar.
disp. $60. 321-446-7743
RANGE, JENNAIR, cook
top, 3 bay, $150; s/s dbl
sink w/faucet, $15; Delta
faucet $35. 321-722-0622
RANGE, KENMORE,
bisque, $160; Dishwash-
er, Kenmore, $75, call
321-729-6445, So. Brev.
RANGE: ELECTRIC Wht
w/ bik frnt door. Exc. $60
Jeff 321-446-7690 Melb
RATAN TABLE, glass
top, w/2 matching chairs,
palm leaf design, $75
obo, call 321-259-9892.


RATTAN ROCKER,
swivel high chair, good
cond, $25, call
321-723-6954, So. Brev.
REBOUNDER: Entire
body health in just min.
per day. Great for cardio.
$95 321-631-7334 Viera
RECLINER,slender, sage
green, A1, $100; 6 drawer
dresser,30"Hxl6"Wx74"L,
$100. 321-984-2537
RECLINER: LazyBoy
Loveseat. Beige brocade
3 pc set., will email info.
$200 772-539-9573 Vero
REFRIGERATOR 18.5
cubic feet, Admiral, ex-
cellent condition. $150.
321-724-2189 S. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR GE,
26 cu.ft., side by side, ice
& water in door, almond,
$150. 321-255-5297SBrv
REFRIGERATOR GE,
profile 27cu', side by side
ice & water in door. $175.
321-243-4135. S. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR- AD-
MIRAL, 18.5 cu.ft., white,
good condition $125.
321-723-0138 S. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR: 4.3 cu
ft. G.E. undr count. Used
one mo., has warranty.
$125. 321-638-4597 Vier
REFRIGERATOR:
EWAVE, 4 years old.
15cft. works great! $150
321-984-1616 Palm Bay
REFRIGERATOR:
WHIRLPOOL, w/ dbl drs.
Ice/dispense syst. $200
ex cnd. 321-626-5732 MI
RUGS: Handmade Orien-
tal wool, 2 runners app. 5'
x 8' Kilims in multi cIrs
$50ea. 321-768-2098
SAFETY RAIL for bed,
$10; Bass Pro fishing
rod/reel, $15, call
321-676-0779, So. Brev.
SANDER BLACK &
Decker, works good. $10.
Lawn Sprayer. $5. Call
321-729-8517. S. Brev.
SCUBA TANK, 72 Cu Ft.
backpack & tank boot.
$50 321-723-6554 Palm
Bay
SEWING MACHINE -
Brother, w/ attachments,
works beautifully. $125.
321-724-1776 S. Brev.
Sewing Machine com-
mercial Singer, works
great, can sew anything
$200. 321-288-9621SBrv
SHAWLS, LADIES, hand
crocheted, elegant, $15.
321-690-2229 Viera East
Sofa, Loveseat brown,
good cond. $175/both.
321-953-6734 S. Brev.
SOFA: Ivory. fits any de-
cor. Beaut. cond. $175
321-633-6614 Rockledge
SOFA: Leather, 92", dk
grn. grt. cond. high qual.
$188. 321-253-4768 Mel
STAND FOR bird cage
or fish tank, $10, call
321-984-8446, So. Brev.
STEREOS (2) $25 &
$95. Phones- 2 $10/ea. 1
cordless. $35. thigh/bun
xercsr.$25. 321-777-4153

STORAGE TRUNKS- (3)
Metal, black, antique, 2
large, 1 locker size.
$75/all. 321-259-5878
TABLE SYSTEM: Westo
Inversion. Used once.
Sandee. $200.
321-639-0392 Rockledge
TABLE, RATTAN, glass
top, two chairs, great con-
dition, $35. 321-728-9173
So. Brevard
TIRES: Two, 70R16
60,000 mi., 1 yr old.,$50
ea. 772-589-6290 Seb.
TOTAL BODY Gym:
Christie Brinkley w/ at-
tach. & instruct, video.
$150 321-253-5844 Melb
TRUCK BED rails (2),
come, 4x4 or 5x5, Ford
or Lincoln, $175 for both,
call 321-254-6612.
TRUNDEL BED, pine
framed w/o mattress,
good cond, $85 obo, call
321-752-5531, So. Brev.


TURNTABLE JVC like
new, rarely used, auto
return, excellent condition
$100. 321-727-0001sBrv
TV SONY, 19", works
great, color w/ remote,
$30. 321-984-3847 SBrv
TV SHARP 20" stereo
TV. Very good cond. $35
321-676-4729 So Brev
TV- ZENITH 25". $40. TV
Cabinet, Walnut Inlaid.
$100. Statue Stand. $10.
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321-298-7043.
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under value. Please call
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INDIALANTIC CANAL
FRONT 3BR/2BA, pool.
1937sf. Granite counter
tops, hardwood & tile
flooring. $624,900. Be-
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Alternative 321-960-1506
INDIALANTIC, by owner!
Historic Spanish w/ inlaw
cottage attached! 5/3.5,
pool. Below appr. mkt.
value, $475K. 111 Thir-
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LAKEWOOD PARK:
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$138,000 772-462-2966
LIVE OAK: Custom Bit,
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oversized 3 car garage
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MERRITT ISLAND, Open
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3/2/2, boat dock w/ lift,
1400sf, near A+ schools.
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lot with room for
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PALM BAY 218 Umber
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$219,900. 321-604-2295
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$329,500. 321-676-3242

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PALM BAY NE 3/2/1
CBS. 1871 total sq.ft.,
renovated, fenced yard.
$139,900. 321-674-3944
or 321-698-7900

PALM BAY NE-2BR/2BA
/carport, CBS. Screen
porch. Fenced yard,
renovated, $120,900.
321-674-3944; 698-7900

PALM BAY NW, adora-
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room,1388sf, .32 ac., qui-
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$119,000. 321-676-6223

PALM BAY NW, adora-
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room,1388sf, .32 ac., qui-
et neighborhood,Ig. shad-
ed lot, Ig. eat-in kitchen,
$119,000.321-676-6223

PALM BAY SE, 6 years
new, CBS 3/2/2 canal
home, vaulted 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! $199,000.
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REDUCED $20K to
$159,800! 3/2/1, 5K down
$888/mo. Owner financ-
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renovated! 321-795-2604

PALM BAY, 3 BR/2 BA,
CBS, city water & sewer,
central air/heat, large cov-
ered front porch, fenced
in 'back yard, $89,000.
321-984-3038 / 543-2066

PALM BAY, BY OWNER.
2B/2B house! Updated
and ready for you to move
in. Cathedral ceiling, tile
roof,great room, tile firs,
Ig. master BR, scrn'd pa-
tio.' Oversized yard. Nice,
Quiet neighborhood.
$142,000. 321-724-9939

PALM BAY, Lockmar,
4/2/2, approx. 2000 sf,
sprinkler/sec, sys.,fenced,
new paint, tile, close to
school, near shopping,
$285,000. 321-722-5755

PALM BAY/Melbourne
area. 2/1 Quaint cottage
style, convenient location.
Updated. Low Taxes
$119,000 321-543-6123
see photo's online
www.hometownnewsol.com
Ad#35365

PALM CITY Canoe
Creek. Well kept 3/2/2
great yard & location. A+
schools. Lowest price in
Neigh. Motivated Seller
$399,900. 561-662-5735

PORT ORANGE-
2.6 acres. 4875 sq.ft;
Home, guest house,
stables. $725,000 obo.
386-290-2221. www.
sprucecreekfarms.com.

PORT SAINT JOHN
4BDR/,2BA 1600 sqft. 248
Jablo Ave $182K
321-591-6924 OR
MerrittlslandMay@aol.co
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PORT ST JOHN, 0
down, 0 closing cost for
qualified buyers. 2/1.5,
screen porch $159,900
O w ner / Broke r
321-536-0222
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
new 3/2/2, Great location,
beautifully landscaped.
Seller will pay $5,000 to
buyer. Owner will finance
available. 866-566-3136
See photo #36061 at
www.HometownNewOL.com

PORT ST. JOHN 3br/2
ba, 1660 living 2400 total
sq', cb, Ig LR/dining, fam
rm w/ fireplace, eat-in
kitchen, scrn porch, tile
jet tub, wood/tile floors,
hurricane shutters, new
roof/ac, sprinkler sys/well,
many extras- must see!
$190k. 321-626-3277
see photos online at
www.hometownnewsOL.
comn
ROCKLEDGE- INVEST-
OR Special. 4bdr/2.5 ba,
2000sqft, 928 Georgia
Ave. $135K AS IS
321-591-6924 or
MerrittislandMay@aol.co
m See photo ad #32533
www.HometownNewsOL.com



SATELLITE Bch 3-4 BR
Master- 32ft w/ jacuzzi
Updates Galore!FPswim
spa, great buy $419,000
DebraStone321-432-1557

MU$T
$ELL
Satellite Bch -Quiet cul-
de-sac, comm. boat ramp
River access $275,000
Coquina Reef Realty, Inc.
Debra Stone 321-432-1557
SPECIAL BUILDERS
Financing (4.5% interest)
makes new preconstruc-
tion 3/2/2 home $9600.
Craftsmen Builders
866-403-7702
STEEL FRAME Homes -
Palm Bay, 1st time home
buyer prog., Sales model
on Babcock. See ad in
this paper. 866-403-7702
www.craftsmenbuilders.com
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
SUNTREE, 2/2/1, tile thru
out, new roof/AC,fenced
back yard,cul de sac,near
shopping. Owner motivat-
ed! Asking $150,000.
321-729-9647 Lv. Msg.
TENNESSEE LAKE
BARGAINS: Lakefront
properties starting, at
$99,990. View properties
starting : 'at $29,900.
ZERO CLOSING
COSTS, LIMITED TIME!
Call today 888-608-5263
TITUSVILLE FULLY
UPDATED 4 BDR 313
Oleander PI. 1400 sqft.
New roof, A/C, kitchen,
bath, paint, carpet &
more. Move in now!
$125K or $1000 month to
rent. 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com
See photo ad # 33314 @
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Plantation Oaks Minton Rd.,
On Harrison St., 3/4 mi West on Milwaukee
West of USi. From The $240's
From The $170's (321)984-1108
(321)385-3472


Sterling Forest
From The $170's
(321)385-3471

*VIERA
Capron Ridge
From The $260's
(321)751-0818


TITUSVILLE by owner,
beautiful 4 bd, 2 ba, 2 car
garage w/ pool. fireplace,
LG screen porch, fenced
w/ storage bldg.
$235,000. 321-385-1158
TITUSVILLE Investor
Special. 3405 Willis Ave
$155k As Is. 3/2/2, 1528
sq ft, CBS, great location
just north of Lowes.
321-591-6924 or email to
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com
TITUSVILLE, 3/2/2, 1500
sf, dining/fam. rms, lanai,
fire pl.,new roof,quietdead
end, $173K-$3K back for
closing. 321-383-8675 or
630-244-4415
VERO Beach 3 Models
From $149,990 w/ lot
All 3br/2ba/1 brand new
ready to move in. Only 5
left, full tile, cathedral
ceilings, CBS, full kitchen
appliances. Possible no
$$$ down. 1216 16th Ave
SW. 772-299-5622
Christenson Co. Inc.
VERO BEACH: 524 4th
Place SW. 3br/1.5ba +
den & screened in porch.
10ft x 8ft utility shed.
Sprinkler system. IM-
MACULATEI $135,000
772-567-1739




BEACHSIDE LAKE-
FRONT 3/2,5/2 car, 2500
sq ft, REDUCED 65K to
only $279,999 D. Brod-
sky. Licensed Broker
321-722-4477
CAPE CANAVERAL,
Ocean Woods. Walk to
ocean, gated comm.,
2/1.5 w/ laundry room.
$199,900 321-508-0511
M.I., See the Rest, Buy
The Best! Merritt Island
Townhome. Walk to
shopping. Complete
Remodel. $189,500
321-501-4067 Vincent
Keenan Realtors
MELB. BEACH town-
home, Live beachside!
Resort style living! Beau-
tiful 2/1.5, private, ocean
to river comm., gated,
$212,000. 954-649-3484
See photos online www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#36399
MERRITT ISLAND, 0
down 0' closing cost for
qualified buyers. Town-
house 2/1.5, complex
pool $172,900 Owner/
Broker 321-536-0222
ORMOND BEACH -
Trails South Forty. Lrg.
2-3BR/2BA, 2CG, Fplc.,
encl. porch, upgraded GE
SS appliances. FSBO
386-506-7722, 341-4407
Satellite Bch must.sell,
594 Cinnamon Dr., 2/2/2,
like new, bright, open, no
assoc. fee. by owner
$293K open house 3/18,
3/25 12-4. 321-779-9361

U $T
EL'L
Satellite Beach Water
Motivated Seller! Best
Deal/BestView/Like New!
Access to Rivers/ Ocean.
All this for only $575,000.
Coquina Reef Realty Inc.
Debra Stone321-432-1557

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SEBASTIAN New Villas
starting at $185,000! Call
John King Broker/Owner
at Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054
VERO: 2br/2ba, LR, DR,
inside laundry, big patio.
Very nice area. Close to
shopping and beach.
$148,000.772-633-9193



DAYTONA Beachside-2
Bed, W/D & 1 Bed., Both
Fenced Yards. 134/134
1/2 S. Wild Olive St.
$189,900 McSharry RIty.
Call Sue 386-871-4756
HOLLY HILL- Side by
side 2BR/1.5BA, 1100sf.,
each apt. w/central air,
heat, separate electric
and water meters. New
cabinets/appls., inside
laundry w/washer/dryer.
Rear wood deck. Off
street parking for 4 cars.
$1,500 mo. income. Ask-
ing $285,500. Call Wan-'
da. 386-871-8279
INDIALANTIC DUPLEX,
1 blk to beach, comply. re-
modeled,walking dis-
tance to restaurants.


Units can be
vidually,
321-961-1559


sold indi-
$430,000.


725Reideta


BEAUTIFUL


PORT


ORANGE- Live Oak Res-
ervation, 1 acre lot
150x300, private road,
historical oak trees, no
hoa, middle of town
$217,000 386-527-9007
EDGEWATER, FL: Volu-
sia County, 4660 Cow
Creek Rd. 5.5 acres
$125,000 Call Jon Beth.
386-409-0548
FLORIDA Land starting
at $19,900 in fast growing
areas. Great for building
or investment. No quali-
fying $1,000 down,
$190/month. Visit our
website for pictures,
maps, sizes & prices.
FloridaLotsUSA.com
or 877-983-6600
LAFAYETTE CO. Fla -
162 acres. Planted Pine,
Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre. Call
352-867-8018
LAKE WASHINGTON,
1.89 acres, end of paved
rd cul-de-sac. Horses Ok
& Water. By Owner. Ask-
ing $275K 321-409-5201
NW Palm Bay, By Own-
er.Port MalabarUnit 48,
.23 acres,partially cleared
& filled, water hooked up,
desirable area. Reduced
$76,900. 321-728-9543
PALM BAY SW, quiet,
cleared 85'xl10' lot,
w/palm & fruit trees on
perimeter, $37,500. Call
321-728-0565
PALM BAY, Oversized
lot w/ city water. Unit 50.
Reduced to $59,900
321-544-0929 Arthur
Jackson, ReMax Abacus
Realty

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Palm Bay
Office Space w/Reception area &
Conference Room Starting at
Vacant Land
Melbourne .96 Multi 6/A city h20/sewer
Malabar 1.25 Babcock OIC
Valkaria
1.33 Acres
10.57 Acres
5 Acres Tree Farm w/home
20 Acres w/home
30.68 Acres
Executive Homes (2)
Grant Cypress Creek
3/2 w pool 1+-Acre
3/3 w fireplace 1+Acre
Downtown Melbourne
Income Property C-2 w/Vacant Land


1 71 ossf


$295K
$200K
$295K

$20K
$375K
$575K
$2.2 Mil
$1.8 Mil


71 Hose f


Port St. Lucie: 80'X125'
Cleared lot, elevated, in-
cludes water & sewer.
Good location, quiet
neigh, close to shopping
& schools. Nice area
$80,000 obo
772-879-2012
SEBASTIAN: The High-
lands 3 adjacent lots 80 x
125, on Admiral Circle
Zoned for duplex. Sell
one or all @ $68,900ea
NEG. 772-581-9096 /
772-633-2336
Won't Last! Price Re-
duced 50% 29
Acres/$195,000 Great
location close to Cedar
Key. Nice meadow, scat-
tered pine & oak, abun-
dant wildlife. At end of
private rd. Utilities, sur-
vey, excel. Fin. Call
1-866-352-2249 X1193




PORT ORANGE- FOR
SALE BY OWNER.
Crane Lakes. Gated, 18
hole golf course, tennis &
more. 2bdrm/2ba, w/lIg.
retreat overlooking view
of lake and the beautiful
island green. Porch with
adjustable windows to
view the Fl sunsets. Like
new. 2 1/2 yrs. old.
$160,000. Must see. Call
for appt. 386-763-5656.




CAPE CANAVERAL-
55+ Park, Double Wide
Mobile, completely fur-
nished & equipped, great
locationl!! 321-783-5128
COCOA FLORIDA -
Moderately priced. New &
Pre-owned, all amenities.
55+ 321-636-6061 or
321-637-0172
FORT PIERCE: Golden
Ponds 55+ Immaculatel
2/2 Dblwd washed, new
AC, roof, hot water heat-
er, porch, carport & ext.
paint. Taped & textured
neutral int., furn incl'd
updated appls, clbhse &
htd pool, no pets/smk
$36K obo 772-460-1498
MELBOURNE LAKES
of Melbourne, 2 BR/ 2
BA, large family room;
completely furnished,
screened porch & patio.
$65,000. 321-768-0523


EIRhED
MELBOURNE BEACH -
Open Sat. & Sun. 10-2,
2730 S. A1A, Holiday
Haven Park #A15. BUY
OWNER! 2BR/2BA, FL
rm/3rd BR. Ocean view,
river access. Land Lease.
Small pets. $10,900.
More info 727-586-6403;
727-365-1879
MELBOURNE BEACH,
2/2,furn. doublewide, near
golf course, good condi-
tion, new roof/siding,
Trane AC, Fl. room, W/D,
$62,000. 321-726-0410
Melbourne Beach, Lei-
sure Living Estates
across street from beach.
Own lot & manf. home,
hot tub, golf, $125,000 or
Lease opt. 321-544-7424
MELBOURNE BEACH-
2bd/2ba, all appliances,
FL room, shed, full sprin-
kler sys. Ocean front, fish
off the river dock!
$19K/obo 321-956-1863
MELBOURNE, 1BR/1BA,
compl. remodeled, some
furn., close to shopping,
nice 55+ park, low rent,
fin. considered, $6900.
321-480-4080 / 426-9862
MELBOURNE, 24X36, 2
BR/2 BA, 55+ park, up-
graded carpet, well main-
tained, lot rent, some fur-
niture, $20,000. Please
call 321-259-3109

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MICCO-1692 sf under air:
like new 2/2 w/fam rm +
indr jalousie rm, deeded,
76x124,screen rm; resort
community/golf $122,500
772-663-1388/C453-9017
MIMS, NORTH, Pine-
wood Village, 2 BR/2 BA,
central heat/air, Fl. room
& open porch, storage, lot
rent $238/mo. Asking
$24,000. 321-385-3497
PALM BAY, 14 x 48,
New carpet, furnished.
Lot rent $325 incl. mow-
ing. Reduced $12,000
321-698-2649
PALM BAY, Shire Park,
(no fees!) 1 mi. to Harris,
brand new doublewide,
1465sf, 3 BR/2 BA, family
rm. Possible lease option.
$119,900. 321-749-6750
PORT ORANGE- Fully
furn. everything stays.
Just bring your suitcase.
Single wide, cony. into
Gingerbread/Key West
style, in 55+ Lamplighter.
Amen. incl. Low lot rent
of $302, pool, sm. pets
allowed. Mobile fits on
Irg. corner lot close to
Clubhouse and mailbox.
Long carport, 2 pking.
spaces. Screened &
raised porch, patio, new
roof, Irg. shed w/window.
One- bath (double ac-
cess), plus 2BR mobile
home is in pristine condi-
tion, beautifully decorate-
d. Condo/open concept.
All off.white. Comp. reno-
vated, fresh paint inside
& out. Well kept smoke
free home w/all appls.
Sleeps 7. Close to
$11,500 in renovations.
$15,000. Call to see
386-761-0486.
PORT ORANGE- LaCos-
ta Village 55+ 3/2, active
clubhouse w/pools, sau-
na, tennis, 3 mi from Int'l
Speedway & Bikeweek.
Beautiful, manicured
community. Ready to sell
at $64,000. www.
mydaytonahouse.com
203-453-1170/710-1345
ROCKLEDGE 2004
Park model. 12'x34'.
8'x26' Fla. room. 8'x8'
deck. Fully furn, asking
$39,900. 321-636-5469
SEBASTIAN: 2000 Park.
model, Hurr. shutt., New
Condition very clean.
lbr/lba, Comm. pools,
Rec. room. Must see!!
$15,900.419-230-8338
SEBASTIAN: 55+ Park,
'05 3br/2ba/1.5cg Deluxe
Key West style. Porches,
awning, hurr. shutt, furn
opt. Asking $120,000
Make offer 772-834-8829
See photos @
www.hometownnewsol.com,
ad #35041.
SEBASTIAN: Park place
55+, 3603 W. Derry.
2br/2ba, New roof, vinyl
siding carport, hurr.
shutters; New .sinks,
cabinetry, tile counters &
all tile floors. New
dishwasher, stove.
Comm. pl, tennis courts,
clbhse. Lawn care, trash
p/up incl. $51,000. Call
772-388-1605
SPANISH LAKES Fair-
ways 55+. St Lucie Coun-
ty 2br/2ba+ Florida
Room, Carport, Shed,
Furnished. All newly re-
modeled. New roof, a/c &
water heater. Near golf-
course, active clubhouse
and 2 pools. Must see!
$48,950. 772-461-7631,
cell: 631-804-2733.
TRAILER HAVEN Park,
55+, 24x40 furn. double
wide,Lot rent $210/mo., 2
Ig. BR's,, CH&A, carport
1.75 BA, DR, kitchen, Irg
living room, $28,500/obo
321-726-1840
VERO BEACH: 2005
Fleetwood 2BR/2BA,
Florida room, screened
room, extra parking,
large carport. $70K.
727-204-2666 .


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From The $290's
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VERO BEACH: Village
Green 55+, 7000 20th
Street. Lot 975, dblewde
fully furn. 2br/2ba, 2
porches, new A/C.
$17,900 772-567-0681
W. MELBOURNE, Open
Sun., March 18th, 1-5.
422 Arrowood St., Arro-
wood Park. 2/2 dblwide,
Ig. rooms & den, walk-in
closets, scrn patio, stor.,
sprinkler sys., exc. cond.,
all new appl's, great loca-
tion,clubhouse, pool, gaz-
ebo. Must see! Too much
to list! $39,900 neg. Make
offer. Mortgage poss.
321-373-4432
WEST. MELBOURNE,
3/2, very large double-
wide in Lamplighter Vil-
lage, 1536 sq. ft., 469
Windgate Ct., Ig. scrnd.
porch, until. rm, many ex-
tras! 55+. Priced to sell!
Call Ken 703-307-5344




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MOUNTAIN PROPER-
TIES. Cabins, homes,
acreage & investment
acreage. Views and
creeks. Free information
and brochure. Appala-
chian Land Company,
1-800-213-7430. Murphy,
NC.
www.appalachianland.com
A FREE BROCHURE 'at
Western Carolina Real
Estate. We offer the
best mountain properties
in North Carolina. Homes
and land available. Call
1-800-924-2635 or visit
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Breezes. Murphy, North
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Homes and Mountain
Cabins, Land, River,
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ac, mtn prop w/hwy &
lake front, int. roads,
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ALABAMA LAND SALE
10,000+ acres in 70+
tracts Timberland,
farmland, & development
property. Statewide
sealed bid. Bids are due
in AlaLandCo office
4:00pmC.S.T. 4/3/2007.
www.AlaLandCo.com
1-866-751-LAND (5263)
ARIZONA LAND liqui-
dation! Near Tucson,
2-1/2 Football Field sized
lots. $0 down / $0 inter-
est, $119/Month ($12,995
total). Free recorded in-
formation. Money back
guarantee! Call toll free
1-800-659-9957 Op#20
ASHEVILLE, NC, wood-
ed 12 acres, overlooking
city,3800' w/chalet home,
paved road. Private, pri-
vate! View for miles! $1.5
million. 321-253-3379
BEAUTIFUL TENNES-
SEE mountain lots,
breathtaking views high
atop Cumberland Moun-
tains. 5-10 acre tracts.
River access, bluff views,
streams, virgin like forest.
Ideal for hunting, fishing
ATV, horseback riding.
Near Dale Hollow Lake,
perfect for cabin, vaca-
tion home, permanent
residence. Utilities,
paved roads. Great in-
vestment / retirement
property. Owner financ-
ing from $29,900. Cen-
trally located near Nash-
ville, Knoxville, Chatta-
nooga. 931- 839-2968,
888-939-2968
BIG RIVER Acreage By
Own e r,2 60 acres,
comes with cabin. Hill-
top setting w/view of
3200' of frontage along
Ohio Muskingum River.
Beautiful mostly wood-
ed property. $549,000.
Call 740-489-9146
CHATTANOOGA Year
old farm house 4/2.5/2+
bonus room. Almost 4
acres pasture. Upgrades
Wrap around porch.
Great for Horses
$434,500. 772-589-9952
DELAWARE COUNTY
Liquidation 5/acres was
$59,900, NOW $49,900
Catskills finest land!
3/hrs NYC! Awesome
views, country road,
stonewalls! Mins. to Ski
Windham! Gorgeous
country home site!
Terms! Hurry!
888-925-9277
www.upstateNYIand.com
EAST TENNESSEE
Mountain farms 5-8
Acres Doublewides Ac-
cepted Bluff Lots Great
Views Over Tennessee
Bluff Lots, Cumberland
Plateau Harold Stinnette
Select Property Brokers
Inc. 423-570-1880 www.
selectpropertybrokers.com


Executive Ski/Vacation
home. Fish for trout in
your front yard, only 8
miles to closest ski area.
Easy access to Denver
and Summit County. www.
realtor.com/prop/106735530
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Five Ash Forest Unique
Gated 55+MH Comm.
Located in North Florida
large wooded lots selling
Palm Harbor Homes
www.fiveashforest.com
386-752-7207 or
386-303-2222


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FLORIDA LAND Start-
ing at $10,900 Financing
Available. Over 100 Lots
available in Counties of
Levy, Marion, Clay, Cal-
houn, Putnam & High-
land. Realtors & Invest-
ors welcome.
1-718-797-0807 www.
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FREE VACATION
Tennessee Mtns Free
Vacation to visit our
mountain acreage
community overlooking
the Tennessee River.
Call 706-657-7655

GEORGIA Washington
County. 3,300sqft. Brick
home on 4ac. Beautiful
country setting. 4/2.
In-ground pool. Call Bev-
erly @ Town & Country
Real Estate
1-800-741-5681
www.tandcrealestate.com

GEORGIA
223+ acres Gilmer Coun-
ty. 1 mile county road
frontage, creeks, bot-
tomland, ridges, views,
wildlife, great investment
or develop. $12,500/acre
O w ner/ Agent
706-273-6938

GEORGIA LAND
87 acres wooded
homesite, paved road. 2
miles from boat ramp.
Strom Thurmond Lake. 6
miles from 1-20.
$3900/acre. Will divide. -
Owner 912-529-6198

GEORGIA LAND
North Central 1-10 acre
tracts. Beautiful wooded
homesites. Terrific invest-
ment w/financing avail-
able. Limited availability!
Starting $6,000/acre.
(U.S. citizenship not
required to purchase.)
706-364-4200

GEORGIA, 1000+ft.
frontage on creek with
rushing shoals. Great
building sites. City water
available. $14,000/acre.
O wn er/ Agent
706-2736938


COCOA custom home
w/ tiki bar, heated pool &
jacuzzi on 1.2 acres, gat-
ed, private, prof. m/f for
unique oasis. starting @
$485. 321-427-3700 Lv#
LAKE WASHINGTON
area Melbourne, share
3/2, $600 month + utilit-
ies, deposit. Adults non
smokers. Close to all.
Great Area 321-693-4945
MELBOURNE, Furnish-
ed one person/bedroom
efficiency, private en-
trance, bath, fridge, mi-
crowave, cable, washer.
No smoking / pets. De-
posit & Ref's $450/mo.
Utilities Included. Call
321-757-9283

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GAINESVILLE: 3br/3ba
Townhouse Condo.
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W/D. 1.1 mi from U.F. on
shuttle. $149,500
Call 407-850-9066
GEORGIA, Blue Ridge
Mountains. New Mtn
Top Tri-level home. 2000
sqft living, huge garage,
new furniture. 30 mile
views breathtaking
$329K 321-960-6408
GEORGIA, ELLIJAY, 77
acres, grt mtn view, 35'
creek & 800' river front-
age, 12acres in pasture.'
$38K/acre commercial or
residential. Great for in-
vestment. 706-889-7777
KENTUCKY West Ken-
tucky 300 acres availa-
ble. World Class Deer
Hunting. Also 2,000
acres available, rolling
hills. Call for more info
270,556-3576
LAFAYETTE COUNTY:
Must Sell! 5 acre tracts.
Home site or investment.
Financing avail. $59,000
ea. Owner/Broker Daniel
Crapps Agency, Inc.
1-800-805-7566
Move to Northfla.com
Home in town $54,888,
40 acres $129,888, MH
on 4.6/acres, $99,888.
Log on for hundreds of
available properties or
call 1-888-222-7903
movetonorthfla.com
N.C./ GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS-
World's greatest views!
Homesites starting
$39,900. Land/ Log home
package kits $99,900.
Waterfalls, creeks, rivers,
lakes. Pre-construction
discounts. Limited availa-
bility.
1-888-389-3504 x600
NC LAND:
47acs, 2.5ac. pond:
$189K. 3acres, fields:
$27K. Also, 23acs VA
riverfront: $89k. All Near
Kerr Lake/Raleigh.
WE FLY YOU HERE!
Pictures:
owner@newbranch.com;
919-693-8984


MELBOURNE, employed
mature prof. non-smoker,
share Ig 3/2 home, gated
on lake w/pool, priv. room
/BA. 321-684-3569 / 953-
8746 or Gimeone@aol.com

MELBOURNE, NEAR
BCC,rooms (2), w/refrig.,
microwave, 27" dish TV,
Roadrunner, 1 w/outside
entrance, no smoking,
$125/wk. 321-752-4150
SUNTREE, near BCC,
home helper for single
woman, college student
preferred, must drive &
have valid license. Re-
duced rent $125/mo. for
room & priv. BA in ex-
change for assisting w/ a
few hours a week for daily
chores. 321-242-6519
TITUSVILLE BED &
BREAKFAST Rooms for
rent Monthly rates or
discounts for long term.
407-312-6827 .

VIERA (2) rooms in
brand new 2000sf home,
1 mi. off 95,no smoking/
pets. Near The Avenues,
$550/mo each room.
321-302-5663



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SPECIAL
NC LOG CABIN
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
On rental program. Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557*$189,900*
NC MOUNTAIN Owner
must sell Unfinished log
cabin on 1.53 acres.
$89,900. Mtn view
1300sf, paved road ac-
cess & EZfinancing.
1-828-286-1666 brkr
NC MOUNTAINS. Gated
community 25 minutes
from downtown Asheville.
Clubhouse, paved roads,
hiking trails and more!
Significant construction
discounts on huge selec-
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of downtown Asheville!
1-877-689-2626.
www.whispermountain.info
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est! 5 minutes to Hot
Springs, NC. 45 minutes
to Asheville. Next to Ap-
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recreation mecca! Club-
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more! 1-877-477-3473.
www.fireflymountain.info.

NORTH CAROLINA
Log Cabin $89,900. E-Z
to finish interior on a
acre site. Mountain
homesites 1-8 acres
w/dramatic views!
Paved access, utilities.
E-Z Financing.
828-247-9966

NORTH CAROLINA
Mountain cabin shell on
private 1.3 acre site.
$129,900. 2-10 acre
mountain top homesites
w/dramatic views.
$39,900+up.
828-652-8700

NORTH CAROLINA-
MURPHY- 1.25 acres.
W/septic permit, ready to
build. Paved rd. Will clear
for house and driveway
site. $48,900. Nice laying
lot. 386-956-8916.


W. MELBOURNE, (2)
rooms in new split plan
home, $700/mo. + 1/2
utilities, $500 deposit.
Available now! Call Mark
321-223-9503. See www.
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for photo. AD#13869






Cape Canaveral 1/1, a
block from beach, fire-
place heat, nicely furnish-
ed, walk-in closet, jacuzzi
$400/wkly, $1400/month.
321-223-3847/799-2944

CAPE CANAVERAL
BEACH CLUB CONDO
RENT TO OWN.
lbdrm, bath, Studio No
credit check, and no bank
hassles. $5,000 down -
$750 per month CALL
(321)373-1664

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Gorgeous Beachside
Apartments. 2 1/bdrm. Ig.
avail. $650 & up. Ocean-
views. Owner/Realtor
386-316-3133

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800-754-4531 www.
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OHIO COUNTRY CABIN
By Owner, carpet, ap-
pliances, completely
furnished. Ready to
move in to. Includes
land. All this for only
$59,900. Call Lowell
740-260-2267
S. CAROLINA Acreage
By Owner, 2 acres,
beautiful building tract
w/view of pristine pond
on gently rolling
property.Near Columbia
SC. $24,900. Low
Down, Owner Financ-
ing. 803-473-7125
So. Central FL. Water-
front Land Sale 1 to 3
Acres from $199,900 So.
Cen. FLs finest lakefront
community. Enjoy two
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numerous man-made
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Aiken. 1020 acres, Cull-
owhee Plantation, excel-
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surrounded by county
roads, near 1-20.
www.southcarolinaplantat
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803-640-3497

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GREENWOOD Village -
2/2, garage, ground floor,
gated, totally renovated,
wood floors, heated pool,
cable included. $895/mo.
321-676-2411 after 7p.m.
INDIALANTIC 1BR/1BA
Fully furnished apt in pri-
vate home, garden patio,
utilities included, washer
& dryer. $795/mo. $500
security. 321-952-2334
INDIALANTIC 2BR/ 2BA,
Bonus room could be the
3rd BR or office 10x14.
Corner Unit. A1A, across
to beach. Short/ long
term lease, 3mo/min.
$990/ mo or option to buy
$199,900 make offer.
Owner anxious. Encl. bal-
cony. W/D incl. Fully furn.
Clubhouse, tennis, exer-
cise room, pool, bingo
321-727-3866; 298-2111
INDIAN HARBOUR
BEACH, 2/1.5, partially
furnished, pool, tennis,
walk to beach, utilities
included, $1300/month
short term. 321-750-8154
Melbourne Beach,
1 BR/1BA Fully furnished
king & sofa beds, 4-8mo.
$799mo 1-3mo. $999mo.
Avail. 4/1. 321-725-8392
wwsa@gate.net.


NORTH FLORIDA 10
Acres $129,000 Lightly
wooded, Paved Roads,
Owner Financing,
1-800-294-2313' 7-days
7am -7pm
SOUTH CAROLINA
Custom Built Home
4BR on 3.5 ACRES. 2
Streams. 150' of water
frontage w/boat slip on
Lake Hartwell. By Owner
1-864-353-4696
SPENCER, TN: 21.4ac
Exc mtn vw! 28x56 '05
Man home. Insul. metal
bldg, elec, septic, exc
well. Full RV site, dead
end rd, very prvt! Mins
from Fall Creek Falls. 9
man ac cleared. Make
exc horse ranch/nursery
planting $325K
727-347-0183
SPRING HILL, FL- 3/2/2
New roof, carpet,large lot.
Screened pool. For sale
or rent. Beautiful home!
Too many to list! Rent
$1300 Asking $240,000
727-519-8236/519-8219


188K
TALLAHASSEE Invest-
ment property! Rented
until August '07 at
$1100/month. .37 acre w/
3 BR/2 BA house. Locat-
e( near FSU, TCC, FA-
MU. Awesome rental
property for students and
families! $142,000/obo.
Call Kyle at 321-749-9453
TENNESSEE -
Premier Land Sales!
Ready to invest, retire,
build your dream home or
relocate? 1-3 acre
homesites at Introductory
Prices. Natural waterfalls,
placid lakes, breathtaking
bluffs, & grassy hillocks,
paved roads, utilities.
Access to attractions &
fun activities. Horseback
riding, fishing, golf, white
water rafting, scenic
railroad rides. -Owner
financing, low down.
1-888-811-2158;.
www.TNLots.com


MELBOURNE BEACH
Remodeled Studios & 1
BR's, walking distance to
beach and river. From
$650-$750/month. Call
321-525-0210
MELBOURNE .BEACH,
2/1.5 duplex, Ig. scrn pa-
tio, terrace off mst BR, all
new apple's, immac. cond.,
gated comm., priv. ocean
access, pool, tennis,
$1100/mo. 516-343-5592
MELBOURNE, Solid
masonary construction,
2Br 2BA, 1150 sq ft., full
size W/D incl., 6x25
screened patio, free ca-
ble package, state of the
art fitness center, lush
tropical setting.Ask about
our Specials. Bridgewater
Pointe Apartments
321-951-9030
PALM BAY 2 BR/1BA,
W/D hookup. Newly Ren-
ov. tile, wood flooring.
Move in special! 1st
month's rent $695/mo.
$500/ sec. No application
fee. Call 321-604-7535
Palm Bay Condos, 2/2 all
appliances incl. W/D
From $750/month in-
cludes water/cable. No
pets. 321-779-4376
PALM BAY NE, Country
Gardens 2/2 Condo, trie,
new appliances, water
incl., $750, 2 Available,
All Real Estate Inc,
Diane Vonderlieth
321-544-2199
PALM BAY, 2bd/2ba,
kitchen, large living & din-
ing, pool, close to shop-
ping, no pets. References
required. $750 month.
Call 321-956-8843
SEBASTIAN 2/2 with
amenities (clubhouse,
pool, tennis) $950/mo +
F/L/S 772-538-0031
VERO BEACH +55 Vista
Harbor 2ba/2br with
waterview. Fully fur-
nished. $1000/mo +sec.
609-693-8806
772-563-0631
VERO BEACH 55+ Vista
Harbor lba/1.5br with
waterview, fully furnish-
ed. $850/mo. +sec.
609-693-8806
772-563-0631
VERO BEACH Fairways
2-br/2-ba corner unit. 2nd
floor. All appliances, tile
golf course view. Gated.
All amenities. Elevator
$1150 772-581-9440
VERO BEACH Fairways
2-br/2-ba corner unit. 2nd
floor. All appliances, tile
golf course view. Gated.
All amenities. Elevator
$1150 772-581-9440



BEACHES, 2/2.5 $1095,
PALM BAY 2 BR $665,
New 4 BR $1195, New
3BR $1100, 2BR Duplex
$775, Assist2Sell
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TENNESSEE
1-3ac. homesites.
Premier Land Sales!
Waterfalls, lakes, bluffs,
& paved roads, utilities.
Horseback riding, golf,
fishing, white water
rafting. Owner financing,
low down.
1-888-281-5456;
www.TNLots.com
TENNESSEE LAKE-
FRONT Dockable, availa-
ble to buy NOW! Access
site with covered dock
$59,900. Direct Lakefront
$139,900. Developer/
Owner. 877-242-5263
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN LOTS
(26) 1/4 acres. Utilities.
Waterview overlooking
Cumberland River.
Sportsmen's paradise..
GET OUT BEFORE YOU
GET BLOWN OUT!
Introductory Pricing.
1-866-369-5247
www.DycusLanding.com
BSerina3@msn.com
TENNESSEE-Western/
Mid. 8.5acre pasture,
woods, creek $49,900.
3BR Brick Home 1.2acre
$79,500. 5acre Wooded
State Highway $17,500.
308acre Pasture, creek,
woods Hr$1,660/acre.
New Horizon Realty
731-213-0308
TEXAS 10acres, moun-
tian view. Ranch land,
Homesite or investment.
Has map plot $2,999
Call 321-726-9379
The Beautiful Mountains
of .N.C. Outstanding
views, custom log
homes, creeks, wooded
properties, acreage,
mini-farms, Vacation
rental get-a-ways Free
brochure. Investors Re-
alty, Inc. 1-800-497-3334
www.investorsrealtyinc.com
TIMBERLAND SALE -
GA, NC, SC & VA. Riv-
ers, Creeks, Streams,
Hills, Bottoms, Level!
Excellent opportunities to
invest in land.
404-362-8244 St. Regis
Paper Company
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COCOA BEACH, 2/1 on
river, furnished home inci
util/cable, water, sewer
$1800/mo, 1/1 util. inco
$650 WRE 407-924-9489
HOBE SOUND Retreat
Capri III. 2/2/2
Cul-de-sac, on lake,
corner lot. Swim, Tennis,
nearby golf $1400/mo
772-341-8757
HUTCHINSON ISLAND:
Ft. Pierce, 3/2/2, Indian
river,big water view, deep
water pier, Mediterranean
style w/pool. $2250/mo.
FLS. 847-212-6767
INDIALANTIC 5BR/3BA
Pool Home 2200sf.
Nicely maintained home
in great neighborhood. 1
block from beach.
$1950/mo. Intracostal
Property 321-255-1661
MELBOURNE Golf
Course Front. 3BR/2BA.
inground pool, garage,
fireplace, W/D, fridge.
Lawn & pool svc incl.,
$1275/mo. 609-865-2507
MELBOURNE Near
Wickham/Aurora, quiet
st. 2BR/1BA $700. Inci.
w/d, water, trash, pest.
321-693-2784
www.Your-Castle.biz
MELBOURNE 3/2 car-
port. A Quiet neighbor-
hood, centrally located
1500 sqft. Tile thru-out
$950/mo + deposit
321-837-0470
See website at: www.
domex-propertles.com /

MELBOURNE, 2/2, den/
BR, bonus room, gar., cul
de sac,water, comm. pool
/tennis, Cedar Run, $950
+ $300 security. Good
credit! 321-632-4253
MELBOURNE- 3BR/2BA
w/family rm. Big fenced
yard goes down to Crane
Creek. $900. Intracoastal
Property 321-255-1661
N. Palm Bch. Unique
3/2/2 on 1 acre. Terazza
Floors. Spacious, big
screened in porch, large
attached utility building
/storage. 561-312-4709
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Venetian Bay. 4bd/3ba.
2500 sq. ft. All upgrades.
Luxurious home.
$1,800/mo. or Option to
buy avail. (330)720-7053
PALM BAY 2br/2ba/2cg
Brookedge (off Eldron),
near shopping, available
now, nice neighborhood.
No pets. $800/month,
$1100/sec. 321-726-9485
PALM BAY New Home
in Ne4w Lifestyle Com-
munity, 4/2/2 on lake.
Upgraded to the Max.
$1350mo, Cable, Gated,
Fitness Ctr, Sec. Sys incl.
Donna Patterson, Keyes
Co. 321-205-6755
PALM BAY The Lakes
at Waterstone. New 3br/
2ba/2 car gar. Oakmont
Model. Gated commun.
$1200/mo. incis cable &
lawn. 201-230-8024


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9375 sq.ft. Middle off 3
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OWNER (386)255-6962






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2br/2ba/2cg w/ext'd fami-
ly room. Walk to club-
house $1295 per month.
F/L/S Call 561-308-5488

PORT ST LUCIE Lovely
3bd/2ba/2cg. Available
now. Rent or Sale. $1400
per mo. Near the turn-
pike. Great neighborhood
& location 561-252-1662

SATELLITE BCH, 4/2,
garage. RENT/LEASE
/SALE! Walk to beach.
Lge yard, remod., good
schools, pets neg., lawn
maint. incl. $1200/mo. 1st
mo. FREE! 321-724-9656

SATELLITE BEACH -
3br/2ba/1 car garage pool
home. 1 Block to ocean.
Fenced yard, w/d, small
pet ok. $1500/mo + dep.
321-768-7645; 543-5725


SATELLITE BEACH,
3/2/2 updated home on
large lot in desirable
cul-de-sac. Close to
beach, shopping & Satel-
lite Schools $1275/mo
321-514-5528
SATELLITE BEACH,
3BR 1BA Ranch, pets
possible. 2 blocks to
beach. Avail aprox 3/1
$950 732-299-7224
SEBASTIAN LARGE
4br/2 ba brand new CBS
homes. Low rent & move
in: Sec 8 welcome. Call
772-413-8940
SEBASTIAN: Charming
3br/2ba/lcg, on quiet
street. Has extra Ig
driveway, Ig scrn porch
facing creek. $995/mo.
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SUNTREE, Executive
Home 3/3/3, Spa. Imme-
diate occupancy, A+
schools, lake,$2200/mo
321-427-9833
VERO BEACH Furnish-
ed 3/1/1 w/extra shower.
Annual or monthly. Be-
tween 8th & 4th St. Turn
on 14th Ave to 1406 4th
Ln. $950 per month.
772-834-9097
VERO: Hammock Trace,
1800sf, 3/2/2. Clean,
conv to shopping, comm.
pool, waterfront, office,
formal dining, Jacuzzi.
$1250/mo + dep. 8041
Bracken Lane. Avail.
April 1st. 972-722-9044;
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VIERA Osprey, 3/2/2,
1900sf,scrnd porch,$1175
mo. w/lawn service; with-
out lawn service $1100
mo., 1 year lease pref'd.
Avail. 4/1. 321-960-0071
W. MELBOURNE, 2 BR
w/carport, private yard on
quiet cul de sac, close to
everything, no pets. Avail.
3/1. $790/mo. + 1 month
security. 321-768-9803




MELB. BEACH town-
home, Live beachside!
Resort style living! Beau-
tiful 2/1.5, private, ocean
to river comm.,' gated,
$925/mo. 954-649-3484
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MELBOURNE 2 Bdrm
2 story townhome. 1150sf
Comm. Pool. $750/month
includes water & cable.
Chana Newport -
Prudential Sterling Prop-
erties 321-432-2823
MELBOURNE 2 Bdrm
2 story townhome. 1150sf
Comm. Pool. $750/month
includes water & cable.
Chana Newport
Prudential Sterling Prop-
erties 321-432-2823'
MICCO 2/2 Condo.
Florida Room, Strong'
Bldg. Safe Comm. Club
house. Walk to the River.
Close to everything.
$875/mo. 772-664-3657

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VERO BEACH Rent
with option to buy. Brand
New with lake view. 3/3/1
Next to Outlets. Close to
everything. Must see!
888-412-9177
VERO: 1 Story 2br/2ba,
LR, DR, kitchen. Laundry
room, washer & dryer.
Patio, and storage room,
2 Parking Spaces.
$900/mo. 772-633-9193



MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA
W/D Hook-up, very
clean, just painted,
private patio area.
$650/mo. Intracoastal
Property 321-255-1661

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MELBOURNE BEACH,
1BR/1BA, Fully Furnish-
ed, Full kitchen, Basic
Electric, DSL, water, king
bed & full sofa bed. 1-3
mo. $119mo., 4-8 mo.
$999mo., avail. 4/1
321-288-2924

MELBOURNE, 2BR/1BA,
central heat/air, no pets,
close to schools, $685
month + $300 security.
Long term preferred. Call
321-259-3359

PALM BAY NE, 2 BR/1
BA, spacious, laundry
hook ups, big yard, 1 year
lease, small pets okay.
321-431-4592

SEBASTIAN: BRAND
NEW! 2/2/1, WD, Tile,
ceiling fans, pet friendly.
First & Sec. $825/mo
772-388-1014 or
954-240-1482


Merritt Island 2BR,
screen porch, deck, car-
port, tool shed. Boat Slip.
avail. For rent Tom
321-452-5464
SPANISH LAKES Fair-
ways 55+. St Lucie Coun-
ty. 2br/2ba+ Florida
Room, Carport, Shed,
Furnished. All newly re-
modeled. New roof, a/c &
water heater. Active club-
house,2 pools. No pets,
no smoking. $700/mo
annual. $1000/mo sea-
sonal. Option to buy.
772-461-7631, cell 631-
804-2733.



MELBOURNE, EXECU-
TIVE Office for rent, 3135
Sq ft, Located on Sarno
Rd. Please Call
321-751-2100


MELBOURNE- US1, 36K
traffic count per day.
Showroom, offices,
warehouse. $4-$7.50sq.ft
Short/long term lease.
321-723-7550; 960-1588





FT. PIERCE: Warehouse
space for storage or bus.
use. 500s.f. 7,400s.f.
Between US1 & 1-95
starting @ $470/mo.
561-687-4897
STUART Contractors
Showcase Warehouse.
Approx, 1050sqft for rent,
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trailer, looks & runs great!
$2500/obo. Please call
321-253-2085
SUZUKI ETON (kids)
90 Viper, 2005, yellow &
black, mint condition!
$1800/obo 321-952-3818
or call 321-536-5134.



1986 GRAND NATION-
AL: 18,700 orig. miles.
Serious collector MAKE
OFFER! 772-878-5535
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CHRYSLER LABARON
cony 1986. Orig owner
mint cond. 17500 orig
miles, white/red int. Cold
A/C Asking $10800.
561-746-2944 Tequesta.
CLASSIC 77' Red
Corvette coupe L82,
Factory A/C, PS, all
original numbers. Garage
kept. $14,800. Can be
seen in Barefoot Bay.
772-664-5329
MERCEDES BENZ
180B, 1958, large sun-
roof, red, whitewalls, good
condition, $7500. Call
321-536-9259. See www.
HometownNewsOL.com
for photo. AD#19465
MERCEDES KIT car -
1929 convertible on VW
Chassis. 90% complete.
$3500 obo. 321-631-
1249 call evenings pref.



ACURA INTEGRA: '97,
132K miles, A/C, Very
good condition. $4500,
321-725-7052
BUICK LESABRE '91,
cold AC, AM/FM/CD, full
power, good tires, runs
great, owned by GM tech.
$950. Call 321-727-1840

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BUICK ROADMASTER,
1993, runs like new,
$1750. 321-258-9803

CADILLAC, '94, all pow-
er, cold AC, 115K miles,
needs some work but can
be driven daily as is,
$1995/obo. 321-482-5750

CHEVY CORSICA
AUTO '95 Only 47,000
miles $3980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863

CHEVY CORVETTE -
1993, Ruby Red, auto-
matic, AC, looks/runs
good. $15,000 OBO.
Call 321-723-0026

CHEVY MALIBU 2002,
V6, tan, 4 door, automat-
ic, only 14K miles, extra
clean. Must see! $8500
cash. Call 321-725-1311
CHRYSLER CONCORD
LX, '99, 6 cylinder, 2.7L,
130,000 miles, excellent
condition, $3500. Call for
more info. 321-984-7602

CORVETTE- '94 burgun-
dy, looks/runs new, 112k,
exc. cond., garage kept,
6spd, 2 tops, adult owned
$10,895. 321-676-5418

DODGE SRT 4 Turbo -
2005, all power, fully
loaded, excellent condi-
tion, priced to sell. Duty
calls. 321-543-4932


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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 RhinoAuto
FORD TAURUS 1999,
4dr, blue, power locks,
excellent cond. 100k
miles. $2,950. Melbourne
Beach. 321-952-7888
HONDA ACCORD '93
2-dr 5spd great value
$4895.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863

HYUNDAI SONATA gcs
'03, V6, Sun Roof, Auto,
Power Windows & Locks,
Low, Miles, Family Car
$9495 or $198/mo x 48
321-636-0343 RhinoAuto


HYUNDAI TIBURON GT
V6, Stick, Radio, CD,
Power Windows & Locks
$10,495 or $210/month
x60 WAC 321-636-0343
Rhino Auto
INFINITI 130 '99 Sharp
ride $6580.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863
JAGUAR XK8 2003 -
15,916 miles. Beautiful
condition. Estate, no
dealers. $34,950.
321-727-8192
Lincoln Continental-
Spinnaker LE, '96, ivory,
clean, great cond./garage
kept, fam. owned. 64k
mi. $5000. 321-452-1435
MAZDA 626 '00 LX
Priced to sell $5480.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863
MAZDA MIATA CONV
'90 5sp xtra clean $4995
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863
MERCURY GRAND Mar-
quis LS 2000 soft tan
top/green body, 73K, 1
owner/garage kept.
$7800 321-724-1020
Mercury Sable GS, '96,
red, V6, all power, ABS,
cruise, cassette, 2 air-
bags, cold AC, clean, no
rust, $2800. Call
321-773-1647


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GRAND MARQUIS GS F150 X CAB ESCAPE PACIFICA
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AVA ANCHE CR-V SE4WD COOPER TITAN DBL CAB
oalo Gequipped. "Talk About Nice", Only 6k miles, "Shop "Nicest in Town"
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"Great Gas Mileage in "Sharp in Vellow'. 'Priced to Sell C-HOOSE
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MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Spyer GT '01, V6, Convt,
Auto, P/W & Locks.
Clean car, like new. Rhi-
noAuto$10,995 $220/mo
x54 WAC 321-636-0343
NISSAN SENTRA GXE,
'02, Sedan, 4 door, auto.,
CD, tow hitch, clean, 86K
miles, $4800.
Frank 321-626-4438
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OLDS REGENCY 98,
1989, AC, runs great, in-
terior excellent, $1200
/obo. 321-255-5316
PONTIAC GRAND AM,
2003, 4 door, auto, AM/
FM/CD, excellent cond.,
$6500. 321-652-4381
TOYOTA CAMRY '95,
good cond., cruise, am/
fm & CD, 4dr, power ev-
erything, new tires.
$3995/obo 321-784-8598
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 Rhi-
no Auto
TOYOTA CAMRY, '06, 5
spd. standard, 40K mi.,
metallic champagne, fab-
ric interior, full electric,
$12,500. 321-626-3824
TOYOTA CELICA GT,
convertible, '92, new top
/tires, 108K mi., very good
cond., orig. owner, $4000.
Please call 321-720-0731
Volkswagen Jetta '01
VR6 GLX, fully loaded w/
extras, transmission re-
built w/ new clutch kit.
$8000/obo 508-284-3173
VOLVO, NEW 2006 S40-
Perfect Condition, ,white
color, 4 DR, Loaded. Low
miles. $23,000. Call
321-951-0420




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16' BAYLINER Capri
Bowrider, '02, 50hp Merc.
25 hrs., gar. kept, bimini,
fishfinder, power trim, ex-
tras!$7450. 321-757-5545
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17' CAROLINA SKIFF &
TRAILER NO MOTOR,
many xtras, 8' bimini, 10
rod holders, more!$3200/
obo. 321-784-3506
20' PONTOON boat,
40hp Yamaha motor in
good condition, boat
ready to go! $2000. Call
321-452-9370
ANGLER 1992, CC,
T-Top, Fully Loaded, 22
feet, Rigged Trailer,
Ready to Go First $9000
Takes it! 321-259-5584

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BMW R850R, '96, like
new, 15K miles, $3300.
321-253-3379
GSXR 1000, 2005, runs
great, many extras!
$8000. 321-258-9803
HARLEY DAVIDSON '88
FXRS Lowrider. Good
condition. Runs & looks
good., Asking $7,000.
321-952-1716
HARLEY DAVIDSON
883, 2000, 1018 miles,
show room condition.
Asking $6500. Please call
321-917-4539
HARLEY DAVIDSON
FLHP ROAD KING.
2004, 17,000 miles, many
extras! Asking $11,995.
321-693-9647
Harley Davidson- 1200
custom Sportster, 2004,
only 900 miles, two tone
black/gold. Must be seen!
$8500. 321-773-7883
HARLEY DYNA '06 low
rider, blk chrm, fully load-
ed, exhaust, alarm +, 4k.
exc. cond. garage kept..
$1,8,500. 321-953-0271
HARLEY: His & hers
bike week special! '91
lowrider & '97 1200
Sportster. Bring cash,
make offer on one or
both. MAKE OFFER!
772-878-5535
See photo at: WWW.
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HARLEY: Softail Custom
Chopper 1997. 6K miles
Looks & runs like new.
Every custom option
imaginable. A steal at
$12K. Absolutely Gor-
geous!! 772-370-2519
HONDA SHADOW 650 -
2006, Candy Apple Red,
w/ windshield, only 150
miles, exc. cond. $5550/
obo. call 321-795-1508
KAWASAKI, ZX6R,
2002, low mileage only
5100 miles, red, garage
kept, excellent condition,
runs grt, Klean Catalyzer
Edition $6,900 OBO
321-952-5065


18 Pontoon
w/40 HP stroke
SuzukiEFI
w/Bnimini-
Changing Room
AM/FM/CD-
console w/gauges
$11,995
5 only at this
price
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352-759-3655
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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 V STAR Clas-
sic -'02, windshield, back-
rest & saddlebags, 3400
miles, excellent condition.
$5200. 321-271-1376
YAMAHA YZF-R6 '04,
Royal Blue, 6800 miles.
Custom Seats, many ex-
tras, excellent cond.
$7500/obo 321-779-4993




34' DOLPHIN: '04 Load-
ed, 2 slides, Immaculate,
18K miles, workhorse
Chassis, Chevy eng. Ga-
rage stored $74,500 Call
772-285-4645
37' NEWMAR Kountry
Star, tag axle, air ride,
satellite, oak cab's,, like
new in/out, new tires,
trans. 1 yr. old, new awn-
ings/ battery, high per-
formance engine .mod.,
rear motorcycle carrier/
'ramp, many other luxury
options, Ig. slide out, etc.
$29,900. 321-452-3911
Merritt Island
99 DOLPHIN, 36', Class
A, V10 Ford, 50K, extra
clean, dining/living slide,
TV 'satellite, new tires,
lots of extras, $50,000.
321-759-8188
ALFA SEEYA '04, 40',
luxury diesel pusher, all
the options, w/ warranty,
will consider trade.
$125,000. 321-704-3819
CHEVY: 1993 G20
Van/Camper. Reduced
for quick sale. 112,000
miles. Runs well. Roof top
A/C. Prop. cooker, toilet,
sink, 30 amp electric,
fridge, bed. $1,250
772-581-4599
DAMON CHALLENGER,
'03, Class A, 31', 20K mi.,
workhorse / allison, ex-
tended warranty, $65,000.
321-385-3575
FLEETWOOD FLAIR,
'04,32',generator,2 slides,
dual AC, satellite, many
other options, 16K, like
new, $72K/obo. Manatee
Hammock 616-822-4058
Fleetwood Searcher '94-
Class C motor home, 23',
new generator, sleeps 6,
24k mi., great condition.
$19,900.321-271-1376


BAYLINER 27', 1989,
almost new motor/bravo
1 od, loaded, very clean,
galv. trailer. $12,900. Call
321-242-1641/243-1001
CATALINA SAILBOAT-
18', 2000, 8hp Nissan
0/B, sleeps 4. $6,999/
OBO. Call 321-704-9193
ELIMINATOR 454 JET
BOAT, 20', 1984, w/ trail-
er. Fast, fun, many ex-
tras! Owner motivated to
sell. $10,000/obo. Any of-
fer considered. Please
call 321-752-3957

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FLEETWOOD: Pace Ar-
row '88, sips 6, Good
condition. $10,000. Ill-
ness forces sale. Will
negotiate. 772-589-9092



HONDA CRV EX, '99,
98K mi., auto, all wheel
drive, super clean, roomy,
great gas mileage, $7995.
obo. 321-636-9796



CHEVY 2500 '03, auto-
matic, heavy duty, towing
package, 4x4, loaded in
excellent cond. $18,500.
321-951-9318/482-2846
CHEVY ASTRO van,
1985, runs good, $800.
321-258-9803
DODGE RAM
CONVERSION VAN '94
Loaded, $5980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863
EL CAMINO: 1985, V8,
and topper, A/C, auto.
772-663-3857
FORD F-700 '98, 24 ft
box truck, cold A/C, runs
great, good tires, ready to
go to work! $9500/obo.
321-729-4293/446-4866.
FORD F150 '01 Super-
cab, oversized tires/alloy
wheels, 4x4, bedliner, V8,
clean/mint condition, hard
tonneau cover included.
$14,450. 321-952-3818
FORD WINDSTAR '02,
7 passenger, fully loaded,
alarm, blue color, exc.
cond., 54K miles. $8000.
321-727-7281/626-9506
JEEP WRANGLER: '87,
350 small block Chevy
engine. 4 wheel drive,
auto, Call 772-663-3857
NISSAN 4X4, '87, runs
good, looks good, fresh
paint, $2500. Please call
321-720-0558
NISSAN FRONTIER SE
CrewCab 4D longbed,'03,
32K, V6, bed liner, tow
pkg, roof rack, $16,200
obo. Jim 321-634-5170



UTILITY TRAILER:
Black, 6ft 4" X 4ft 5"
w/ramp. Excellent Condi-
tion! Barely used! $400
772-589-0351




AIRCRAFT
CESSNA 210M '78
2120TT, 500 on SFRME
IFR- Radar. Very clean
$138,000 Always Hang-
ered 772-778-2544


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LOST LEASE! 200
BOAT MOTORS/ IN-
BOARD's & OUT-
BOARD's + 1000 BOAT
& MOTOR PARTS! Dras-
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Go! Dealers Welcome!
Visit: LanierMarineLiquida-
tors.com or 5410 Chatta-
hoochee Ind. Park Rd.,
Cummnig, GA. 30041.
Call 1-800-815-0880 or
1-770-888-BOAT (2628).
PROLINE 23' Sport, '05,
center console, easy load
trailer, 150HP Mercury,
well maintained, $31,900.
321-961-9299. See www.
HometownDNewsOL.com
for photo. AD#19464
SEA KING, 1965, 14',
70hp Johnson outboard,
excellent condition.
$2200/obo For more in-
formation, call Frank
321-536-0664. See
www.HometownNewsOL.
corn for photo. AD#18735
SEAFOX '03 21', cuddy,
outriggers, canvas t-top,
135 merc opt, w/ warran-
ty, '05 trailer, all electron-
ics. $19K. 321-508-1908
See photos online, ad #
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