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Vol. 3, No. 32


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FRIDAY, March 16, 2007


Smoother tr avelng on Wickham now?


Officials work to get traffic lights in sync


BY TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer


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MELBOURNE Twenty-eight
traffic signals along busy Wickham
Road should be synchronized by
the end of the month, leading to
more green lights and fewer delays


for motorists, county officials said.
The signals that will be affected
dot Wickham Road from Shoppes
Drive adjacent to the Viera Wal-
Mart and Target east and south
along Wickham to its intersection
with NASA Boulevard.
"We're really excited," County


Commissioner Mary Bolin said
about the project.
Mrs. Bolin represents District 4,
which extends from Melbourne's
Aurora Road to the northern
boundaries of Rockledge.
"We hope (the project) will ease
the traffic situation as much as we
can by making all the lights in
sequence so we can make the flow a


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This Week


MAKING A RACKET


The Melbourne High
School tennis teams
are off to a strong
start this season


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featuring the green B
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do NOT contain broccoli


Photo courtesy of Melbourne Police Department
Walter McNeil, secretary of the Department of Juvenile Justice, left, Melbourne Police Chief Don Carey, state Rep.
Mitch Needelman, R-Melbourne, Officer Delores Pryce and Brian Wetzel, president of PAL, pose with a $60,000
check presented to Melbourne Police Department's Police Athletic League.

State grant's goal: reduce juvenile crime


BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer
Brevard County Police Athletic
Leagues have received the first
installment in a three-year
$630,000 Florida Department of
Juvenile Justice grant.
State Rep. Mitch Needelman, R-
Melbourne, delivered $210,000 to
Brevard PALs, which state lawmak-
ers hope will help reduce teen
crime.
Rep. Needelman chairs the Flori-
da House of Representative's juve-


nile justice committee, and he said
it is his goal to concentrate his
remaining years in the legislature
on preventing juvenile crime.
"It is my intention to focus for
the next two years, on successful
prevention programs that will keep
our children from becoming crimi-
nals and ending up in our jails,"
Rep. Needelman wrote in an e-mail
to Hometown News.
The goal of local police athletic
leagues is to provide social, athletic
and after-school activities for
teenagers that PAL organizers hope


are alternatives to committing
crimes.
Satellite' Beach's PAL program
received a check for $50,000 as
their part of the first year's payout.
"This gives kids a positive outlet
and keeps them off the streets,"
said PAL director Rene' Ingram. "It
is a student-run program, and
while we advise them, they do the
work. That's what makes it unique
and effective."
Ms. Ingram said the funds from
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little bit better," she said. "It's not a
total solution to the (traffic conges-
tion) problem, but it's what we can
do today to help the situation."
The segment of Wickham Road
between Murrell Road and Inter-
state 95 in Viera had the largest
average daily traffic count among
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Donations
sought to build
new home for
widow, children
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Once
Edwin Leonardo saw the
deplorable living condi-
tions endured by a widow
and her
children,
he knew he
had to act.
On a
recent visit
to the
Domini-
c a nh*im
Republic,
M r Leonardo
Leonardo's
grand -
mother took him to Mrs.
Mine Batista's home.
Damaged by floods, the
tiny dirt-floored shack
precariously clings to the
side of the mountain, sup-
ported only by a few bam-
boo rods.
"The home has suffered
major damage due to
recent floods and is at risk
of being washed away,"
said Mr. Leonardo.
During the trip, Mr.
Leonardo learned that
Mrs. Batista's husband,
Jose Manuel, was killed
four years ago when his
scooter was run off a
treacherous mountain

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Dining Guide ...................... A 14
Horoscopes B1
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Police Report ....................... A5
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Deaths A 12


Having a ball

Holmes Hospital annual event will
benefit Neonatal Intensive Care Unit


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Many
of the Space Coast's
biggest names will gather
next month to benefit
some of the area's tiniest
residents.
The Florida Institute of
Technology's Clemente
Center will transform into
an elegant ballroom April
21, for the Silver Anniver-
sary of Holmes Regional
Medical Center's annual
fundraiser.
The money raised at this
year's ball will be spent on
upgrades for the hospital's
Neonatal Intensive Care


Unit. The NICU cares for
premature and special
needs babies, some weigh-
ing less than two-and-a-
half pounds.
The hospital hopes to
replace aging isolation
beds and intensive care
beds in the NICU.
Each bed costs approxi-
mately $10,000, and the
hospital desires 17 new
beds. The beds are
equipped with special
lights and- heating ele-
ments to help babies
maintain their body tem-
perature and develop
properly.


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Kelly Breedlove, left, director of obstetrics at Holmes Regional Medical Center, reviews
invitations for the upcoming 25th Anniversary Benefit Ball with Kathy Bauman, Health
First Foundation coordinator, and Susan Babb, from the hospital's NICU.


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r West Melbourne
f city manager,
attorney to sit
with the council
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WEST MELBOURNE -
When residents show up
for the next City Council
meeting, they may notice
the council chamber looks
a little different.
City council member
John D'Amico came up
with a solution after learn-
ing audience members
had trouble hearing the
city manager and attorney
during meetings.
His proposal: have city
manager David Reynal and
acting city attorney Jim


Stokes join the council on
the dais, facing the public.
The original configura-
tion had Mr. Reynal and
Mr. Stokes, along with
other city officials, sitting
at a table facing the coun-
cil. Although they spoke
into microphones, some
audience members com-
plained that their voices
were inaudible.
"I've gotten numerous
phone calls from people,"
said Mr. D'Amico. "This is
in response to the people
of West Melbourne."
Initially, council mem-
bers Duke Salburg, Virginia
Blanchard and Mayor
Shirley Bradshaw resisted
the idea, but eventually,
the council voted unani-
mously to approve the
motion.
The council also plans to
move the public podium


so speakers can face both
the council and the audi-
ence.
"I'm (suggesting this) so
the audience can see the
person speaking, not their
back," said Mr. D'Amico.
Ms. Blanchard believed
that other changes may
also be in order.
"This whole thing is laid
out wrong," said Ms. Blan-
chard. "I think it's very
awkward., We're the only
(council) where the mayor
sits on the end."
She also emphasized
that changes should be
made for the right reasons.
"This is not a social gath-
ering," said Ms. Blanchard.
"We have to remember
what we're here to do."
City council member Jan
Lieson agreed with Mr.
D'Amico's suggestion, say-
ing a number of residents


had also told her they can't
always hear the city man-
ager.
Mayor Bradshaw was
concerned about the
already crowded condi-
tions behind the dais.
"If a fire starts, We're
going to have to climb over
the top of each other to get
out," said Ms. Bradshaw.
Deputy Mayor Hal Rose
was in favor of the move
for another reason.
"We hope to eventually
broadcast our meetings on
TV," said Mr. Rose.
He said the new configu-
ration would allow cam-
eras to see all the leaders'
faces.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Three Brevard County
residents attended the
American Modeling and
Talent convention in
Orlando in January and
came home winners.
Ser Darius Blain, 19, of
Melbourne won a $10,000
scholarship to the NY/LA
Film and Television Con-
servatory; he plans to
attend the summer
course. He also placed first
in TV, second in mono-
logue and was a finalist in


the monologue show, hav-
ing been one of 30 to par-
ticipate.
While' in NewYork, David
Elliot of Don Buchwald
Associates will work with
Blain on' his talent.
He is the son of Regina
James of Melbourne and
Serge Blain of Miami.
Randy Colbert, 43, of
Melbourne won an honor-
able mention for her per-
formance of "Summer-
time." Tootie
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Colbert to audition for her.
Victoria Theriault, 16, of
Brevard County, sang the
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recruited by the Turn-
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The Palm Bay Sertoma
Club is looking for spon-
sors and door prizes for its
sixth annual Bruce Hazel-
ton Memorial Classic Car
and Bike Show.
The show will be April 7
at the Wickham Park Main
Pavilion, Wickham and
Post roads, Melbourne.
Sponsorship levels range
from $50 to $1,000.
For information, call
John Coates, club presi-
dent, at (321) 960-2238 or
(321) 724-5752.


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Helicopter school grads feeling sky-high


50 students part
of new school's
first class

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Six
months ago, Peter Fergu-
son was a Las Vegas musi-
cian, worried about job
security and burnout.
Now, he's one of 50 stu-
dents in the first graduat-
ing class of Melbourne's
Silver State Flight Acade-
my.
"I was looking for anoth-
er career," said Mr. Fergu-
son. "One that was inter-
esting and inspiring."
Las Vegas is home to the
world's largest private sec-
tor helicopter market, pri-
marily taking tourists to
the Grand Canyon. It is
also headquarters for Sil-
ver State Helicopters.
The Melbourne Flight
Academy, 1383 General
Aviation Drive, Melbourne,
is one of 28 Silver States
Flight Academies nation-
wide.
General manager Greg
Neer believes the school
succeeds because of a
unique business model.
"We hire (more than) 99
percent of our grads," said
Mr. Neer. "We're careful
with our interview process
because we intend to train
these students to hire
them."
As with most helicopter
schools, graduates will fin-
ish with roughly 200 hours
of actual flying time under
their belts.
Unfortunately, most
commercial sector busi-
nesses require 1,000 hours
of flight time for new hires.
Silver State puts its grad-
uates to work as flight
instructors, training- the
next generation of stu-


dents.
'A private license for a
helicopter pilot is virtually
worth nothing," said Mr.
Neer. "You just can't go
anywhere and rent a heli-
copter."
After acquiring the nec-
essary hours, graduates
have a wide variety of
employment opportuni-
ties.
"Because the aircraft is
so versatile, just about
anything you can use the
machine for, it has been
done," said Mr. Neer.
Crop spraying, utility
inspection, livestock herd-
ing, transporting workers
to the Gulf of Mexico's oil
platforms, aerial photogra-
phy, tours and charters are
among possible career
choices.
"You see that this pro-
gram takes you from
someone with no experi-
ence, and with some hard
work, you see yourself in
private employment," said
Mr. Ferguson.
Until recently, most heli-
copter pilots received their
training from the military.
Many of today's commer-
cial pilots flew choppers in
the Vietnam War.
"The industry is starving
for pilots," said Mr. Neer.
"Many of the Vietnam-era
pilots are retiring."
Silver State plan includes
financial aid programs and
job placement, making the
training more 'affordable
than a traditional college
education, Mr. Need said.
After doing his research,
Mr. Ferguson chose Silver
State for his training.
"Silver State takes you all
the way through this to the
first job," said Mr. Fergu-
son. "All materials and
books are included in the
lump sum."
The school's "lump sum"
approach provides stu-


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Silver State Helicopter Flight Academy student Peter Fer-
gusen, left, receives flight instruction from the school's
general manager, Greg Neer.


dents with unlimited
ground instruction, tutor-
ing, flight simulator train-
ing and training in at least
two different helicopter
models and extra flight
hours to meet heightened
requirements for flight
instructors.
While other schools can
cost students more than
$82,000, the Silver State
program is less than
$70,000.
With an average annual
salary for first-year flight
instructors at $50,000 and
average salaries for Gulf of
Mexico oil patch pilots
reaching $100,000, the stu-


dent loans can be paid off
quickly.
The high salaries should
not be the primary factor
in choosing to be a heli-
copter pilot, warns Mr.
Neer.
"It's a huge time commit-
ment," said Mr. Neer. "I
want to see that these peo-
ple are thinking about
making it a life-long career
decision."
Mr. Ferguson encour-
ages those with a passion
to fly to look into the pro-
gram. He had been think-
ing about a career flying

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REVIEW

Health First ranks 15th nationally

MELBOURNE -Health First is the 15th best integrated
healthcare network in the nation, according to ratings
released this month.
Rich Rogers, Health First's vice president and chief
information officer, credits a new electronic medical
record system that is used throughout the health system
for helping Health First leap from last year's 51st place' to
15th place.
Health First has ranked as a "Top 100 Integrated Health
Care Network" for the fourth consecutive year, said Laura
Manning, Heath First media relations specialist.
The system was ranked highest among Brevard County
healthcare networks, and is one of only six Florida net-
works to make the national list.
The ratings were based on each network's ability to
operate as a unified organization in eight categories
assessing internal and external business operations.
"This ranking is a testimony to the hard work and dedi-
cation of the entire Health First team," said Mr. Rogers.
"To excel in all of these critical areas shows that we are
making a positive difference and improving the health of
the people in our community."

Students head to international science fair
Students from nine schools will represent the District
at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in
Albuquerque, NM.
The fair is scheduled for May 13-19, 2007.
The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair is
one of the world's largest pre-college science events.
Each year the fair, brings together nearly 1,500 students
from more than 40 nations to compete for scholarships,
tuition grants, internships, scientific field trips.
The grand prize: a $50,000 scholarship.
The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
was founded in 1950 by Science Service, a group that
promotes science education through various publica-
tions, programs, science fairs, and competitions.
Brevard County students will compete in the following
categories:
Almas Abdulla, Palm Bay High School, Mathematics.
James Daniel Brandenburg, Cocoa High School,
Computer Science
Danielle Donnelly, Cocoa Beach Junior/Senior High
School, Teams Competition.
Christopher Giblin, Palm Bay High School, Teams
Competition.
+ Erika Giblin, Palm Bay High School, Teams Competi-
tion.
Margaret Roth, Cocoa Beach Junior/Senior High
School, Biochemistry.
Jared Scholato, Cocoa Beach Junior/Senior High
School, Teams Competition.
Leslie Spahr, Satellite High School: Physics
Erin Turingan, Eau Gallie High School: Microbiology.
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the grant will allow her
students to reach out to
even more of their peers.
West Melbourne also
received $50,000, and
Kenny Appling, West Mel-
bourne's PAL coordinator,
also praised the donations
and already has plans for
the added funds.
"We're going to do an
after school program at
Central Middle School,"
said Mr. Appling. "I have
two teams with the Little
League, and an 11-12-
year-old traveling baseball
team and 12-14-year-old
traveling softball team."
He plans to have 80-120
youth involved in the
spring PAL program,
including a very popular
golf program.
"This grant will help us
an awful lot," said Mr.
Appling.
Melbourne's PAL pro-
gram received $60,000.
Funds will support ath-
letics and academics in an
effort to reduce juvenile
crime in Melbourne; said
Melbourne Police Officer
Delores Price.
"The Department of
Juvenile Justice has always
been there for us," said
Officer Pryce. "Through
.their donations, they have
helped us make a lot of
kids very happy."
Rep. Needelman was
quick to point out that this
grant wasn't just another
feel good "pork barrel"
project, though, he said he
has practical goals.
"We hope this will help
programs get to our teens


Holmes
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Last year, the NICU
cared for more than 300
babies, including 28-
week-old Bethany Miller.
Bethany was delivered by
emergency cesarean sec-
tion last October after she
and her mother, Melinda,
contracted a life-threaten-
ing infection.
Weighing little more than
two pounds at birth,
Bethany spent two months
in the, NICU before being
discharged.
Mrs. Miller is grateful that
the NICU staff helped her
learn to safely hold her tiny
baby and handle routine
tasks like changing diapers.
"Although I had nine
other children, I had no
experience with the NICU,"
said Mrs. Miller. "The staff
was wonderful. They took
such good care of me and
Bethany."
In addition to the new
beds, Holmes hopes to cre-
ate a new family room adja-
cent to the NICU ward to
replace the current small
waiting area.
The room will be used for
private consultations with


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physicians and a quiet'
place for breastfeeding. The
room will have a TV with a
DVD player to occupy sib-
lings while waiting to see
their tiny brothers and sis-
ters.
The Health First Founda-
tion's annual furndraiser
benefits different aspects of
hospital operations each
year.
In past years, the event
benefited the hospital's
new birthing suites, the
stroke program and the
new heart center.
Last year, the ball raised
almost $230,000, and
organizers hope to top that
number next month.
A major portion of the
funds come from sponsor-
ships, ranging from $1,000
to $25,000. Tickets to the
event are $200 per person.
For tickets or sponsor-
ship information, call the
Health First Foundation
Office at (321) 434-7140.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man' at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


FIT proffers receives


research grant


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Chang Wen Chen of
Florida Institute of Tech-
nology has earned $40,000
in funding from the U.S.
Air Force Rome Research
Labs.
Chen is an Allen S. Henry
distinguished professor
and director of the univer-
sity's Wireless Center of


Excellence.
The funding is part of a
three-year, $200,000 proj-
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for robust video commu-
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juvenile justice system,
where they will cost tax
payers five to six times the
amount of dollars spent on
these programs," said Rep.
Needelman.
PAL leaders agree.
"That is what all of us
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"This can really help us to
do that."
Rep. Needelman said the
grant, which is provided
through the Flori'da
Department of Juvenile
Justice's existing preven-
tion fund, was not easy to
secure.
"It took five years of
working through the Bud-
getary Process," Rep.
Needelman said. "We
(were) successful in
obtaining these funds
within the house and sen-
ate budget the first four
years, but until 2006, we
were unable to escape the
(Gov. Jeb Bush's) veto pen."
In all, four Brevard PAL
programs will benefit from
the grant.
In total, Satellite Beach
will receive $150,000 over
three years, as will Palm
Bay and West Melbourne.
Melbourne will receive an
additional $10,000 each
year for its partnership
with the Melbourne
Municipal Band's "Music
as a Preventative Measure
for at Risk Youth," making
a total of $180,000 for the
city.

Gretchen Sauermqn con-
tributed to this report.

Contact G.W. Pomichter
at (321) 759-6362 or e-mail
him at pomichter@home-
townnewsol.com.


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Bryan Adam Bommer,
23, of 204 W Seminole Ave.,
Apt. 7, Melbourne, was
charged March 3 with being
a habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Michael William Bur-
nell, 38, of 2600 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged March 3 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Krystal Lee Robinson,
24, of 1112 Croton Road,
Melbourne, was charged
March 3 with two counts of
sale of cocaine.
+ Eugene Singleton, 28, of
514 E. University Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
3 with grand theft.
Timothy Edward
Selling, 43, of 2088 Sandal-
wood Drive, Melbourne was
charged March 3 with flee-
ing or attempting to elude a
police officer, driving under
the influence of alcohol and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Richard John Amoruso,
39, of 2651 Chapparal Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March 4 with battery-
domestic violence.
Sheanitaha Lashay
Mills, 26, of 3305 Saxon St.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 4 with aggravated
assault.
Jason Lee Mahoney
Padgett, 25, of 909 Hickory
St., Apt. C, Melbourne, was
charged March 4 with aggra-
vated battery-domestic vio-
lence and battery-domestic


violence.
Christine Marie
Thomas, 51, of 1815 West-
wood Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged March 4 with bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer and resisting arrest
without violence.
Michelle Danean
Humes, 37, of 3135 Shady
Dell Lane, Apt. 144, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
5 with burglary, petty theft
and criminal mischief.
Kevin Allen Valone, 39,
of 2871 S. James Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
5 with driving under the
influence of alcohol, driving
under the influence of alco-
hol with property damage
and careless driving.
Richard Alan Irvin, 38, of
709 Columbus Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
6 with aggravated assault-
domestic violence and bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Victor Jamar Jackson, 26,
of 3410 Saxon St., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
6 with possession of cocaine.
Constance Peatrich Pet-
tewey, 26, of 1158 Peacock
Lane, Palm Bay, was charged
March 6 with delivering a
controlled substance, prosti-
tution or lewdness involving
a motor vehicle, possession
of drug paraphernalia, bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer, resisting arrest with-
out violence and resisting
arrest with violence.
Rick M. Renfro, 47, of
3001 Thrush Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
6 with battery-domestic vio-
lence.


Alexandro Diaz, 25, of
2113 Stewart Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
7 with fleeing or attempting
to elude a police officer.
Osburn Jerome Kelly, 55,
of 621 Riddick St., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
7 with possession of drug
paraphernalia and posses-
sion of cocaine.
John Wesley Williams,
47, of 2901 Ablemarle St.,
Apt. E4, Melbourne, was
charged March 7 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Jermaine Cornell
Williams, 21, of 1142 Math-
ers St., Melbourne, was
charged March 8 with pos-
session of cocaine and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.

West Melbourne
Police Department

John Eugene Cofelice,
44, of 590 Edward Road,
West Melbourne, was
charged March 6 with aggra-
vated assault-domestic vio-
lence and battery-domestic
violence.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office
Troy Jonathan Brown,
24, of 390 Evergreen St.,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 3 with violation of
probation and misde-
meanor failure to appear.
Jeffrey Len Evans, 44, of
175 Valencia Road, West
Melbourne, was charged
March 3 with three counts of


possession of drug para-
phernalia and possession of
a prescription drug without
a prescription.
Kent Thomas Foley, 19,
of 510 Royal Palm Blvd.,
Satellite Beach, was charged
March 3 with uttering a
forged or counterfeit bill.
Thomas Marshall
Bosworth, 42, of 630 Ten-
nessee St., West Melbourne
was charged March 4 with
possession of cocaine.
Michael A. Delvalle, 27,
of 329 Abalone Drive, Palm
Bay, was charged March 5
with possession of cocaine.
Dennis Franklin Scott,
29, of 1254 Buffing Circle,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 5 with four counts of
violation of probation.
Nicholas AllenWood, 20,
of 1834 Croton Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
5 with felony failure to
appear.
Francisco R. Carrasquil-
lo, 58, of 1719 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged March 6 with two
counts ofviolafion of proba-
tion.
Victoria Beckmah
Dwyer, 46, of 1394 Ashwood:
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged March 6 with viola-
tion of probation.
Robert Anderson Gowe,
27, of 3287 Telesca Road,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 6 with violation of
probation.
Christopher David Hol-
lis, 24, of 438 Jupiter Blvd.,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 6 with violation of
probation.


+ Stephen Michael Mac-
Fadden, 35, of 381 Courtney
St., Palm Bay, was charged
March 6 with being a habitu-
al traffic offender driving on
a suspended license, having
an attached tag not assigned
to the vehicle and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Stoney Lee Powers, 43,
of 101 Buffalo Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged March 6 with
four counts of violation of
probation.
Shaenele Karla Decker,
32, of 1685 Talabera St. S.W,
Palm Bay, was charged with
unlawful possession of a list-
ed chemical, possession of
cannabis, possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of
a controlled substance and
manufacturing a controlled
substance.
Corey D. Demay, 31, of
2548 Chatham Way, was
charged March 7 with pro-
viding false .information,
criminal mischief and non-
support.
Donald Hodge, 67, of
3865 Shady Run Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
7 with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
William H. Austin, 36, of
1483 Madison Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged March'
8 with contempt-failure to
serve sentence and violation
of probation.
Angelo Berardesco, 23,
of 1245 Palm Bay Road, Palm
Bay, was charged March 8
with two counts of violation
of community control, pos-


.session of cocaine and intro-
ducing contraband into jail.
+ Staceyann Tomio
Brown, 27, 830 N.E. Anger
Blvd., Palm Bay, was charged
March 8 with two counts of
violation of probation, on-
site violation of probation
and driving while license
suspended.
Eric Edward Ericson, 50,
of 1173 Wild Rose Drive N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 8 with two counts of
aggravated assault.
Nassia Eugie, 32, of 833
Hamm St. N.W, Palm Bay,
was charged with felony fail-
ure to appear.
Ivan Montoya Greene,
24, of 600 E. Walker St., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
8 with violation of proba-
tion.
Jeanne D. Kirkland. 36.
of 1440 Park-way Drive, Apt.
24A, Melbourne. \\as
charged March 8 with grand
theft.
Lauren Nicole Kliem, 20,
of 325 E. University Blvd.,
Apt. 144, Melbourne, was
charged March 8 with felony
retail theft.
Thomas Wayne Ques-
nel, 57, of 558 Rheine Road
N.W., Palm Bay, was charged
March 8 with aggravated
assault-domestic violence
and battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Pandora L. Sinmmons,
54, of 1601 Glencove Ave.
N.W., Palm Bay, was charged
March 8 with writing a
worthless check.


Traffic
From page Al


all of Wickham's "roadway segments" in the
2006 budget.year, according to a report by
the county Metropolitan Planning Organiza-
tion.
Roadway segments generally start and
end at major intersections, and the average
daily traffic count is the number of vehicles


that travel on a segment in all lanes and
directions during the average 24-hour
day.
The count for the segment between Mur-
rell and the interstate came to 44,340 vehi-
cles per day in the last budget year, accord-
ing to the MPO report.


Other segments of Wickham that had
average daily traffic counts of more than
40,000 vehicles were the stretches
between:
Suntree Boulevard and North Pinehurst
Avenue.
Interlachen Road and Baytree Drive.


+ Samo Road and Eau Gallie Boulevard.
Eau Gallie and Aurora.
+ Aurora and Lake Washington Road.

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Bush is to blame for Iraq failures

There is no point in trying to figure out why President
Bush started the Iraq war.
None of us will ever know. What is known is that Sad-
dam Hussein had nothing to do with the Sept. 11
attacks.
Does anyone but me remember Osama bin Laden and
the fact he is responsible for the 2,996 deaths on Sept.
11? Or that President Bush the leader of the strongest,
most technologically advanced country that has ever
existed has failed to capture him?
Instead of seeing Bin Laden in a jail cell, I have to read
that there are 3,170 United States soldiers dead, with
another 23,417 wounded.
Bush has accomplished nothing. The members of the
military are the only who that accomplished anything in
Iraq. They overthrew Hussein's dictatorship, captured
him, enabled elections and a government.
The responsibility for the fiasco that is now Iraq rests
squarely on Bush and his administration.
His terrible management of the post-war situation
started with using administration jobs in Iraq as rewards
to inexperienced Republican hacks, instead of finding
qualified people.
His policy failures fill books. He holds nobody
accountable for anything and cares nothing about the
consequences of policies. How is it possible that anyone
still supports him, even if they are conservative? I used
to make excuses for people who voted for Bush, but no
longer. The falseness of this government is too apparent.
Turning a blind eye to what is really happening doesn't
bring back lost soldiers, or make the lives of wounded
ones any better, or stop our economy being bled dry by
the myriad impacts of this war, or make us any safer.

Just say, 'No," to Vista

"Wait" is good advice on Vista.
"Don't" is better.
Bill Gates made his billions by spewing out these use-
less upgrades every few years. The upgrades have
always been notoriously bug-ridden, hard to patch, easy
to crash, and require ever-more-expensive new hard-
ware.
As an alternative and using the computer you already
have, you can switch your entire operating system to
UNIX Linux. The code is mostly open-source and ego-
less documentation, which means that thousands of
Sysadmins constantly work on debugging it and upgrad-
ing it for free usually just for the fun of it.
UNIX is more powerful than (Microsoft), easier to nav-
igate, and all but invulnerable to viruses and remote
hacking. Linux comes in a variety of setups to meet
your personal needs.
Find a computer shop that can set you up with UNIX,
and if they still insist on trying to sell you (Microsoft),
find a different shop.

Two concerns about animal shelter

We have lived in Cocoa for 33 years and have seen our
local animal shelter on Cox Road improve over the past


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few years.
The chapel is very nice. We notice they have cleared
some of the brush and trash around the area. However,
we have serious concerns.
The adoption prices of the animals keeps going up. If
the dog is a purebred, they ask as much as $400 or more.
If a family is coming to the shelter to adopt a pet for their
child/children, they usually cannot afford to pay this
much.
The shelter is in business to place homeless animals in
homes. Not to make money for the shelter.
Understandably, they need to make money to take care
of the animals, but anything more than $50 for a cat and
$100 to $200, even for a purebred, is exorbitant. They are
limiting the chances of these animals getting a good
home.
Editor's note: A spokesman for the Central Brevard
Human Society Shelter said the top fee for a dog does not
exceed $200.

Right-wingers: Get your facts straight

It's impossible for (the right wing) to get their facts
straight.
For those who don't have the time to look it up for
themselves, here (are) some tidbits, courtesy of a history
professor friend.
You can't blame Korea or Vietnam on today's Democ-
rats. It was a very different world at the time. For exam-
ple, the United States had "advisors" in Vietnam since
1950, and the escalation in 1956, under Eisenhower, a
Republican. But unlike the warmongering (Nixon, Rea-
gan, and Bushes), he was a smart man with military
experience who worked hard for peace. (The situation)
was the result of a nuclear standoff that really did, at the
time, have a good chance of resulting in the world of
"Alas, Babylon." (The book is set right here in our back
yard. Go find it in the library. I read it in third grade.)
+ Kennedy inherited an unwinnable situation, and
then was confronted with the neocons led by none
other than a certain CIA head named George Herbert
Walker Bush attempt to start a nuclear war with Russia
via Cuba.
On Sept. 12, 2001, after "Chicken George" had fin-
ished reading a second-grade book, the first thing he
demanded was to find some way to pin the hijacked
plane attacks on Saddam Hussein. This is according to


five separate, recorded accounts.
The plans to invade Iraq to seize its oil wells and "get
back at Hussein" who his daddy had sold weapons to
not 10 years before were already on Dick Cheney's desk.
Osama bin Laden, a small-time jihadist, has succeeded
beyond his wildest dreams.
"Chicken George" sent other people's kids to invade
and murder innocent people in a country bin Laden per-
sonally hated, and the shocked and horrified peaceful
young Muslims turned to their former enemy to stand.
Fact. Terrorism all around the world has increased
drastically since the war-profiteering (neocons) invaded
a country that had no weapons that could harm us, and
posed no threat.

Other countries have better system on tipping

This is not a rant, but a comment on tipping.
I dine out several times each week, and I am a 20 per-
cent plus tipper. I have had bad service only once. That
occurred when I asked a waitress for lemon for my iced,
tea ... she stomped off and returned with a handful of
lemon slices in her hand and tossed them on the table. I
simply told the manager and let her handle it.
I have lived in several countries and I have concluded
that tipping is a bad system.
Tipping robs the government of much tax money. Tip-
ping allows the business owner to shift costs for his prod-
ucts to his employees.
As for future Social Security when the wait person is
older, under reporting income reduces Social Security
payments and maybe keeps them working in their elder
years.
I think the business owner should pay a decent salary
to his staff and abolish tipping. Report all income for tax
and social security purposes. Many will argue that this
will put many establishments out of business, but it
would all shake out in the end.
There will still be restaurants and patrons. One only
has to look at other countries to see that it works.
But this is America.
I will continue to eat out and I will continue to tip.
Everyone deserves a good return for their labors.
I also have another comment about seniors who are
not so generous. I took my 80-plus year old mother for a
light dinner, and I left a $5 tip on the table. When we got
0 See RANTS & RAVES, A7


Letters


Jesus was consistent
in being pro-life

To the editor:
Mr. Steury argued in the
Hometown News
(02/23/07) that it is incon-
sistent to be pro-life and
simultaneously for capital
punishment and war. He
even reasoned that such a
position was inconsistent
with Christianity. Mr.
Steury understands nei-


their the pro-life position
nor the ethics of Christian-
ity.
Unlike abortion advo-
cates, pro-life proponents
believe in protecting inno-
cent life. Capital punish-
ment and war have the
same objective: terminat-
ing murderers from taking
more innocent lives.
In the Old Testament,
God said, "Whoever sheds
the blood of man, by man
shall his blood be shed ..."


(Genesis 9:6).
Contrary to Mr. Steury's
assertion, that divine edict
of justice (capital punish-
ment) was not revoked by
Christ as the following
New Testament passages
prove:
Romans 13:1-4 says that
the "governing authorities
... have been established by
God." That they are a "ter-
ror ... for those who do
wrong, be afraid, for he
does not bear the sword for


nothing. He is God's ser-
vant, an agent of wrath to
bring punishment on the
wrongdoer." That authoriz-
es capital punishment and
war.
Paul, an apostle of Christ,
acknowledged the govern-
ment's responsibility to
execute criminals.
He told the authorities
that if he was "guilty of
doing anything deserving
of death, I do not refuse to
die" (Acts 25:11).


Luke 23:39-41 says that
when one of the criminals
crucified with Jesus began
to insult the Lord, the
other criminal rebuked
him saying, "Don't you fear
God? ... We are punished
justly, for we are getting
what our deeds deserve.
But [Jesus] has done noth-
ing wrong."
Note: Jesus did not cor-
rect his defender's under-
standing of capital punish-
ment. In fact, he later


granted eternal life to him!
The other criminal
received no such grace
from the Lord.. .mmm. Was
Jesus inconsistent?
Mr. Steury closed his arti-
cle with an appeal that "We
all be pro-life consistently."
I wonder if he preaches
that eternal life will be
granted to everyone or only
to those who obey Jesus.

Keith Camp
Melbourne


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From page A6
outside, she handed me my $5 and said I had forgotten to
take my change.
When I explained to her that this was a proper tip, she
told me that she always just tipped a quarter. She had no
clue. She felt embarrassed to go back to the places she
usually frequented.

Driving instructor has concerns

As a retired driver education instructor from the
"Live Free or Die" state New Hampshire I realize
that my attention will be more naturally drawn to the
wide variety of motor vehicle violations than the aver-
age driver might notice.
Having spent 31 years as both a classroom and
behind-the-wheel instructor (New Hampshire
requires 10 hours of actual on-the-road training not
in a simulator), I have seen more than my share of
morons, young and old alike, who have tried to pass
themselves off as responsible drivers.
Although the Sunshine State also has its share of red
light runners, intersection blockers, and (cell-phone
talkers), I have witnessed two areas of violations that
seem to occur with higher-than-average frequency. ,
First is the driver who says, "I can fit this van into the
3-feet of space between those two cars," and then
forces his/her way in, often causing surrounding driv-
ers to immediately brake to avoid a collision. Bad as
that is, I have no doubt that this maneuver is also the
most dangerous factor that creates road rage.
Second is the number of Floridians who don't use
their vehicle's turn signals. Whether the driver is
changing lanes and/or turning, this one is, by far, the
most flagrantly abused, and I'm sure results in many
fender benders.
If further incentive for their usage is necessary, con-
sider the latest low-impact crash-test results ranging
from only 3 to 6 mph, but resulting in repairs costs
that reached $10,000.
Additionally, while many drivers don't use direction-
als when they are in a designated "turning" lane, it is
still a good habit to put one on since it would continu-
ally reinforce the "always use a directional before turn-
ing" principle.
Remembering that Florida is filled with snowbirds
and retirees (both of which I am) who usually will
require more time and/or space when reacting to the
hazards of driving I sincerely believe that police
departments, both local and state, need to concen-
trate greater effort in reducing the number of drivers
who commit these violations by issuing more cita-
tions.
As a stimulus, perhaps the money received from
those convicted could be put toward local tax relief.

People should wake up about Iraq

In response to the genius wh6 wrote "It's no grudge
match."


While our highly imaginative administration has
most definitely attempted to make the American peo-
ple believe that the war in Iraq and Sept. 11 are one
and the same, no one with any knowledge of the real
world actually believes that there was any connection
whatsoever between the Sept. 11 terrorists and
Sadaam. As far as "keeping the war on their turf," if the
writer has paid any attention at all to the news over the
last two years, they may realize that the individuals
our troops are fighting currently in Iraq, are not the
"terrorist" and/or the "extremists" that attacked us,
but rather two different sects of a, religion, who have
hated each other for thousands of years. Yet the
genius, who is running our country, somehow feels
that we can change these people's attitudes toward
each other by shooting at them and imposing our will
and ideas upon them. Futhermore, it's been deter-
mined that our presence in Iraq is in fact having detri-
mental effect on our so called "war on terror" in that
our presence is actually creating more terrorists.
Instead of blindly following the administration like
sheep, maybe you should open your eyes and realize
the administration has yet to get anything right in its
so- called attempt to bring the "war to them."

What happened to former tortoise preserve?

This is in response to your March 2 article "Extinc-
tion? What is a gopher tortoise anyway?"
Recently, Rockledge approved a 25-acre tortoise pre-
serve on the west side of the Community Park of Rock-
ledge. On Aug. 16, 2000, Rockledge City Council had
already approved a larger 30-acre tortoise preserve on
the eastern side of the Community Park of Rockledge,
bordering the lake.
This is where the tortoises prefer to live and contains
the largest concentration of tortoises.
A conservation easement was not placed on the pre-
serve, but the city wrote a letter of commitment to the
state and during the Aug. 16, 2000 council meeting,
this "set aside" was defined to the council as being
perpetual like a conservation easement. A subcom-
mittee worked all summer of 2000 redesigning the
park around the tortoises.
Now the city seems to have forgotten about this pre-
serve or they think it does not matter and they can
develop on this existing preserve.
Mayor Larry Shultz,. Councilmen Dick Blake, Joe Lee
Smith and City Manager Jim McKnight were all at the
Aug. 16 meeting when the preserve was approved and
they were all at the last meeting when they decided to
develop the existing preserve, but they all failed to
mention the preserve they created in 2000.
They want to build soccer fields and parking lots in
the preserve. The city does not know when they plan to
build, they just want tortoises moved before stricter
laws are in place this summer due to the tortoise
recently being listed as a threatened species.

Emergency workers, hospital were great

On Feb. 24 my family had to call 911 because I
became ill.


The fire department and EMS responded immediate-
ly. They transported me to Parrish Hospital.
I just want to say that everyone was wonderful,
including all the doctors and nurses in the emergency
room. We are fortunate to have them working in Bre-
vard County.

Thanks for speaking up on tipping

Thank you to that woman who spoke up about peo-
ple who don't tip very well.
You guys have a great day.

Treatment at airports unfair

I feel let down by the treatment of American citizens
in America. I obey the rules as best I know them.
I went to the airport an hour and a half early before
my plane left as requested by my.
I was put in a wind machine security system, my
handbag was dumped out and searched. All my
change was at the bottom of my bag. My daughter's
cigarette lighter was taken away. It wds a gift and
meant a lot to her. Everything was searched and
touched by strangers to me.
I felt like I was being robbed. I have not been out of
the United States, except to go to Port Roberts, which
belongs to the U.S., but to reach it, I had to cross into
Canada from Washington state.
Now I find, I have friends who will not visit me in
Florida by plane because they are searched at airports
and refuse to be treated that way as a U.S. citizen. They
sent their son to Iraq, they say, for freedom and said it
did no good.
I think that U.S. citizens should be treated (different-
ly). I miss my friends.

Too much reliance on Internet

I'm calling about a subject that I've yet to see written
about: The Internet and how everything from shop-
ping to government is only accessible by Internet.
Not everyone can afford the cost of a computer, plus
the cost of Internet service. Certainly, I can't. I'm not
physically able to get to the library for access.
I can't even afford a phone line, even with a discount
offered to low income and disabled.
This is someone else's phone they've allowed me to
use. The Internet is no longer a luxury; it's a necessity.
The companies are constantly upgrading, so that's
even more dollars to keep up.
I'm ashamed of these huge corporations and their
CEOs and salespeople who've raked in billions of dol-
lars from Internet sales, service, upgrades, etc.
I'm angry as all get-out that I'm no longer able to
earn a fair wage. For many years, I worked as an advo-
cate for victims of domestic violence. I made a fair
wage, but I never got rich, certainly never came close
to making a million dollars, but I at least worked doing
something that was hopefully helping others. For that
I have some pride. Now, I have to think of what
expense I have to put off paying because of being dis-
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road while returning from
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After his death, Mr.
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young children have sur-
vived with the help from
nearby villagers, but the
house is not expected to
survive the next rainy sea-
son.
"Here, you have the Red
Cross, Habitat for Human-
ity and FEMA," said Mr.
Leonardo. "There isn't
much support over there."
After returning to the
United States, Mr. Leonar-
do set up a trust fund at
Wachovia Bank to collect
money to pay for a new
home for the Batista fami-
ly.
He discovered that it
would only cost $8,000 to
construct a stable cinder
block home with an indoor
kitchen and bathroom.
As a computer techni-
cian for Melbourne Police
Department, Mr. Leonardo
decided to use e-mail to
raise awareness and garner
support for the cause.
The electronic plea for
support includes graphic
photos of the family's liv-
ing conditions.
An open fire on the
ground serves as the
kitchen, and a tin roofed
pole barn does duty as the
pantry, closet and living
room.
Many of Mr. Leonardo's
colleagues at the police
department applaud his
efforts.
"For him to try to go out
of his way to do something
that noble, it really is God's
work," said Sgt. Byron
Barnes.
"It's infectious, too. If we
do everything one step at a
time, people will jump on
the bandwagon," said Sgt.
Barnes. "It just takes that
seed."
"What will result (from
Mr. Leonardo's efforts) is
that a family will be made
whole again," said Sgt.
Barnes. "It will give them-
some dignity."
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Mrs. Batista has not been
told about the fundraising
effort because the village
wants the new home to be
a surprise.
Samuel Lopez, chairman
of the Florida Puerto Rican
and Hispanic Chamber of
Commerce, praised Mr.
Leonardo's efforts.
"It's a good humanitari-
an project," said Mr.
Lopez. "People out there
are so in need."
In his spare time, Mr.
Leonardo runs. a computer
support business, Edwin's
Computer Service. He'has
offered to donate free
computing services to


individuals who donate to
the cause.
"I'm not trying to save
the world, just one family,"
said Mr. Leonardo.
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Wuesthoff names
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Wuesthoff Health Ser-
vices recently honored
Barbara Kemmler as Asso-
ciate of the Year.
Ms. Kemmler is the
Wuesthoff Brevard Home-
care performance coordi-
nator. He has worked at
Wuesthoff for 29 years,
beginning in 1977.

Lawyers group
donates toys to
children's home

The Brevard County Bar
Association's Young
Lawyers Division recently
donated 75 to the Chil-
dren's Home Society of
Brevard County.
The division got involved
with the children's group in
2006, starting with the
Birthday Club, which gives
children who are in the
foster care system a birth-
day cake and gift card. In
2006, the lawyers provided
45 birthday cakes and gift
cards.
Also, they've started an
annual school supply
drive.
'.For information on any
of the programs, call Eric
Hostetler at (321) 636-4861
or Kristy Mount at (321)
385-3534.

Hospital announces
new staff member

Cape Canaveral Hospital
announces that Daniel Kell
has joined the staff as
director of critical care


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of Drs. Nevarez and Soto. Hailing from Puerto Rico, these physicians
have recently formed their own practice, First Care Family Physicians.
S"\'e've been together since medical school so working together is a way
of life for us... it s a joy to work with someone you trust and admire,"
remarked Soto.

Drs. Soto and Nevarez moved to Brevard County to be closer to family
anid Puerto Rico. They enjoy bridging the communication gap for their
Spanish-speaking patients. "Being bilingualis especially helpful in
assisting a growing portion of our population, said Nevarez and Soto.
Otffering minor office procedures including joint injections, laceration
repair- and cyst removal, they are both accepting new patients. Please call
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His areas of responsibili-
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gency department, inten-
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cardiac rehabilitation.
He comes to the post
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and Medical Center near
Miami and was formerly
director of critical care and
emergency services at
Wuesthoff Health System
in Rockledge.
For information, visit
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SpringFest
exhibitors sought

The Cocoa Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce is look-
ing for exhibitors and
sponsors for this year's
SpringFest, formerly
SeaFest.
. The event will be May 3-6
at the Cocoa Expo Sports
Center, 500 Friday Road,
Cocoa.
Also needed are competi-
tors in the second annual
Kansas City Barbecue
Cook-Off Competition.
Local businesses are
invited to promote them-
selves in the SpringFest
Marketplace.
For information on any
of these opportunities, call
Gail Lamirata, events coor-
dinator, at (321) 459-2200
or e-mail
springfest@cocoabeachcha
mber corn or visit
www. SpringFest-Space-
Coast. com for information.

Brandt Ronat + Co.
moves to new space

Brandt Ronat + Co., a
strategic creative firm,
recently moved to 60
McLeod St., which allowed
the company to expand its
space, while improving its
capabilities.
The firm now has large-,
format printers that allow
employees to create high-
quality proofs and on-site'
prototyping.
For information, call
(321) 259-0024.

Senior center adds
rehab service

One Senior Place, 8085
Spyglass Hill road, Viera,
has added Dove Rehabili-
tation Services to its com-
munity of businesses.


Boggs
From page A8
mortgage is for you.
By amortizing your loan
over 15 years you pay off
the loan faster, translating


into more resources that
you can invest. This is
especially good if you
have college expenses
coming up or plan to
retire within 15 years.
Plan for long-term
financial goals: Look at
your mortgage as a form
of fixed savings. The
payback comes in the
form of a mortgage
interest deduction on
your taxes. Consult your
tax advisor and your
financial institution for
ways to maximize your
resources for your finan-
cial plans.
Find a lender: Shop-
ping for a mortgage is like
shopping for any other
large purchase.
You can save a consider-
able amount of money if
you take the time to do
your homework.
Look for a lender famil-
iar with the many options
available today,, and
consider working with a
financial institution in
your community.
Choose a lender who is
familiar with the local
market as well as your
personal needs and can
help you get the best deal
for your situation.

This article Was submit-
ted by Alan Boggs, River-
side Bank President in
Brevard County.


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Dove specializes in indi-
vidualized programs
including occupational
therapy, physical therapy,
speech therapy, hand ther-
apy and aquatic rehab pro-
grams.
For information, call
Donna Sargent at (321)
751-6771 or vAsit
www. OneSeniorPlace.coin.

Shop offers chance to
win trip to Ireland

The Irish Shops of Cocoa
Beach and Melbourne are
planning a drawing for a
free trip for two to Ireland.
No purchase is necessary,
although some restrictions
apply. Stop at either shop
to enter. Shops are at 5675
N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach, (321) 784-9797; and
818 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne, (321) 723-
0122.

Fox named new
educational director
Marion Fox has been
named the new education-
al director at Incredible
Horizons Academy, 674 N.
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne.
She plans to open a cam-
pus to serve the needs of
northern Brevard County
in the area of Port St. John.
The academy currently
buses children in from that
area.
For information, visit
Incrediblehorizons. corn.

Epsilon chapter to
induct students

Florida Institute of Tech-
nology's College of Busi-
ness Epsilon Eta Chapter
of Delta Mu Delta will
induct 47 business stu-
dents at the 20th annual
banquet and induction
ceremony.
The event will be at 7
p.m. Friday, March 23, in
the Denius Student Cen-
ter's John T. and Martha
Martley Room.
Honorary inductees will
be Connie Chiles-Cooke,
president and agent at
Connie Chiles-Cooke
Insurance Agency, and
Richard McNeight, retired
president of DRS Tactical
Systems Inc.

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Talk on stroke
prevention planned

Holmes Regional medical
Center will sponsor a lec-
ture on the latest treat-
ment and therapies for the
prevention of stroke.
The lecture will be pre-
sented by Dr. Bhu-
vaneswari K. Dandapani
from 5-6 p.m. Thursday,
March 22, in Auditorium A,
at the center, 1350 S. Hick-
ory St. Melbourne.
Parking is available in Lot
D on Oak Street.
Seating is limited. Reser-
vations should be made in
advance by calling (321)
434-4335.

Workshop on healing
power of poetry
offered

The Voices of Storytelling
Guild will present "Poetry
as a Healer" at 7 p.m. Tues-
day, March 20, in the Com-
munity Room, next to
Dick's Sporting Goods at
Melbourne Square Mall.
The presenter is Gail
French. In the spring, she
will teach "Poetry as an
Emotional Healer" at Bre-
vard Community College.
For information, call
(321) 725-2402 or (321)
259-3822.

Chili cook-off, car
show to benefit
marching band
The inaugural Eau Gallie
High School Marching
Commodores Chili Cook-
off and Classic Car Show is
scheduled 1-5 p.m. Sun-
day, April 22, at the Eau
Gallie High School football
stadium.
It's the final 'fundraiser
for the Marching Com-
modores' uniform drive.
All classic Car enthusiasts
and chili cooks are invited
to enter the event.
Sponsorships from local
businesses and organiza-
tions are available, as well.
The event features local

Helicopter
From page A3
helicopters since taking a
sightseeing trip more than
10 years ago.
"I thought, 'It's unattain-
able. That's what other
.people do. I'm too old,'"
said Mr. Ferguson. "The
research showed it was
within my reach."
The Melbourne Acade-
my plans to initiate new
ground schools each
month, and welcomes
potential students to visit
the facility for a tour.
Call (321) 775-0104 or
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man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
Sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


celebrity judges, a bake
sale, a silent auction, live
music, children's activities
and health.
For information, visit
www.eaugallieband.org.

Recovery meets
in Melbourne

Recovery Inc. will meet
from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Mon-
day, April 2, at the Brevard
Drop-In Center, 465 Bal-
lard Drive, Melbourne.
This self-help organiza-
tion is for those suffering
from depression, anger,
anxiety, panic attacks,
fears, sleeplessness and
other emotional chal-
lenges.
The group also meets
from 10 a.m. to noon Fri-
days at His Place Min-
istries, corner of U.S. 1 and
Strawbridge Ave, Mel-
bourne.
For information, call
(321) 722-2738 or visit
www. recovery-inc.org.

Hospice
teleconference
planned March 22

VNA Hospice is hosting
the Hospice Foundation of
America's 14th annual tele-
conference, "Li\ing With
Grief: Before and After the
Death."


This free event will be
from 1:30-4 p.m. Thursday,
March 22, at the Richard-
son Center, Indian River
Community College
Mueller Campus, 6155 Col-
lege Lane, Vero Beach.
For information or reser-
vations, call Carolyn Amar-
al at (772) 978-5558 or
Michelle Jordan at (772)
978-5535.

Women's Center
offers workshop

The Women's Center,
1425 Aurora Road, Mel-
bourne, has scheduled
several upcoming events.
Career Directions
workshop: 9:30 am. to
12:30 p.m. March 26-27
and March 29 at the Mel-
bourne Public Library, 540
E. Fee Ave. Free. Leaders:
Cindy Schroeder and Meg
Rayder. Seating is limited
to 10. Information: (321)
242-3110, Ext. 301.
* Budget workshop: 10
a.m. to noon Saturday,
March 24, at the center.
Free. Covers basic budget-
ing knowledge. Leader:
Mary Allbright. Informa-
tion: (321) 242-3110.
* Victim advocacy train-
ing: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
March 20. 22 and 23 at the
center. Free. Participants
must provide a minimum
volunteer commitment of
a four-hour time slot each


week. Two shifts are avail-
able at the courthouse: 8
a.m. to noon or 1-5 p.m.
Leader: Glorimar Borges.
Registration: (321) 242-
3110, Ext. 331.

Police seek witnesses
to fatal accident

West Melbourne Police
want to talk to anyone who
saw a fatal accident on John
Rodes Boulevard.
The accident happened
at about 2:20 a.m. Dec. 2,
2006, when a white van
driven by Mark E. Deer-
ing, 36, 1649 Fairlight St.,
NE Palm Bay hit a pedes-
trian, Dennis R. Volle, 43,
636 Greenwood Manor
Circle, who died in the
accident.
Voile was walking north
along John Rodes Boule-
vard just south of Sheridan
Road.
Police believe alcohol was
a factor.
Two witnesses were inter-
viewed and have described
two other witnesses who
have yet to be identified.
These possible witnesses
are a white male and female
in their late teens or early
20s possible wearing baggy


jeans and red T-shirts. The
female has dark brown
shoulder-length hair.
Anyone who saw the acci-
dent is asked to call Jennifer


Dick, Traffic Homicide
investigator, at (321) 723-
9673, Ext. 115.

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host a free screening of the
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Church to
celebrate ordination
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ist Church of Brevard will
have a public celebration
of the ordination of Ann
Stewart Fuller.
The event will be at 2
p.m. Saturday, March 31, at
the church, 2185 Mead-
owlane Ave., West Mel-
bourne.
The Rev. Bud Murphy of
the Unitarian Universalist
Society of Daytona Beach
will deliver the address.


Mrs. Fuller has a bache-
lor of arts degree in politics
from Washington & Lee
University, and master's
and doctorate of divinity
studies at Columbia Uni-
versity.
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Jamie, have lived in Bre-
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They have three sons.

Humanist to
speak in Rockledge
Humanist Fred Edwords
will speak on "What a
Local Humanist Group
Can Do For You" from 2-3
p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at
Friendship Fellowship at
Pineda, 3115 Friendship
Place, Rockledge.
Edwords was the execu-
tive director of the Ameri-
can Humanist Association
for 15 years and also
served as editor of the
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time to enjoy it.
After decades of working,
seniors relish the idea of
hitting the road in their
RVs or taking to the skies
or oceans for a well-
deserved vacation, or
vacations.
To help seniors have a
more organized, safe and
cost-efficient trip, here are
some suggestions.

Communicate: If
you're going on an extend-
ed trip, consider leaving a
detailed itinerary with a
family member or trusted
friend.
In the industry jargon
this type of customized
itinerary is called an "FIT."
This itinerary should
include all pertinent
information relating to
your trip such as the
names, addresses and
telephone numbers of the
people and places where
you will visit, flight infor-
mation and airline ticket
numbers, cruise itinerary
and ports of call, including
dates when you will be in
each port.
If traveling overseas, we
highly suggest you also
include your passport
number, date and place it
was issued, and credit card
and traveler's check
information.

* Dose of advice:


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Following is a listing of
spring break camps in Bre-
vard County.

Brevard Zoo: Offered
twice a day, March 26-30.
Information and registra-
tion forms: BrevardZoo.org
and (321) 254-9453, Ext.
219.
Camp Kaleidoscope:
Offered 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March 26-30 at Lee Wen-
ner Coast Guard Building,
Cocoa. Weekly fees: $40 a
child, with discounts for
additional children in
same family. Daily rates,
before-and-after care
available. For people with
disabilities. Information:
(321) 455-1380.
Fox Lake Park: Offered
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 26-
30 at Fox Lake Park, 4400
Fox Lake Road, Titusville.
For kindergarteners
through sixth-graders.
Weekly fee: $40 a child,
with discounts for addi-
tional children in same
family. Daily rate: $12 for
children attending three or
fewer days during the
week. Extended care avail-
able 6:30-9 a.m. and 4-5:45
p.m.; fee is $12.50 a week
or $5, each time. Late pick-
up fee: $12.50 each time.
Registration: Brevard
County Parks and Recre-
ation's North Area Parks
Operations Office, 475 N.
Williams Ave., Titusville.
Information: (321) 264-
5105.
Intersession Day
Camp: Offered 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. March 19-23 and
April 2-9 at Tom Statham
Community Center, 7101
S. U.S. Highway 1,
Titusville. For kindergart-
ners through sixth-
graders. Weekly fee: $40 a
child, with discounts for
additional children in
same family. Daily rate:
$12 for child attending
three or fewer days during
the week. Registration:
Port St. John Community


GERALDINE BLANCHARD
Travel columnist
Medications are generally
an important item of
consideration for seniors
on extended vacations.
Before traveling, be sure
to pack your medications
properly. Refill prescrip-
tions before leaving and
keep phone numbers for
doctors and pharmacies
close at hand.
Also, consider packing a
note from your doctor
explaining why the med-
ication is needed.
And now more than ever,
especially with the added
security regulations and to
avoid any confrontation
with Transportation
Security Administration
agents, be sure to pack
medications in carry-on
baggage and always in
their original bottles.

Prepaid phone cards:
Prepaid phone cards are
the easiest, simplest and
cheapest way to make calls
when traveling.
At some hotels, a phone
call can cost upwards of $2


Center, 6650 Corto Road.
Information: (321) 633-
1904.
Kids Spring Camp:
Offered 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March 26-30. For kinder-
gartners to sixth-graders.
Locations: McLarty Park
Community Center, Rock-
ledge, (321) 633-1870;
Travis Park Community
Center, Cocoa, (321) 633-
1871; Cocoa West Com-
munity Center, Cocoa,
(321) 633-1987; Kiwanis
Island Community Cen-
ter, Merritt Island, (321)
455-1379; Woody Simpson
Community Center, Mer-
ritt Island, (321) 455-1379;
Joe Lee Smith Community
Center, Cocoa, (321) 633-
1872. Weekly fees: $40 a
child, with discounts for
additional children in
same family. Daily rates,
before-and-after care
available.
Marine Biology
Adventure: Offered 9 a.m.


just to get a connection
Phone cards from the
major service providers as.
a rule, have low rates per
minute and can be used
throughout the United
States and internationally.
About one third of
Americans traveling on
vacation use prepaid
phone cards as their
primary means of commu-
nicating.
These cards extend an
extra level of convenience
and safety to the senior
travel experience.

* Take preventative
measures: Always consid-
er using the resources of a
travel professional to assist
you in identifying the best
and safest vacation travel
option.
Even if you choose to
plan a vacation on your
own, carefully research the
country or countries you
plan to visit and determine
if you should be immu-
nized against any endemic
diseases, or if you need a
vaccination against
diphtheria, tetanus, polio,
typhoid or hepatitis A.
Your travel professional
should be able to assist
you with general informa-
tion on required vaccina-
tions or preventive meas-
ures that you may have to
take or want to consider,
so ask for this information
as a part of your travel
planning discussions.
Also, consult your
personal doctor who may


to 4 p.m. March 26, 28 or
30 by DolphinGirl Cruises
& Eco-Tours. For ages 8-
13. Pick up the boat at the
Conch Key Grille. Cost:
$50, with additional sib-
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girltours.com or (321)
591-3670.
* Nature Camp: Offered
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30 at Rotary Park Nature
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$40 a child, with discounts


offer an extra measure of
medical safety.
Finally, the Web site for
the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention,
www.cdc.gov/travell, is a
great resource.

Passports, visas:
Another important factor
is obtaining a passport,
which will save you many
headaches no matter the
destination.
By the end of this year, all
Americans traveling
abroad by air or ship will
be required to carry a
passport. The only excep-
tions will be Puerto Rico
and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In that same vein, make
sure your travel consultant
checks into the visa
requirements to enter that
country. For example,
Brazil, India, China and
Russia are a few of the
countries where it is a
must for Americans to
enter the country with a
special visa stamped in
their passport.
Photo protection:
What is a great vacation
without great photos?
If you are flying and
returning home with
exposed film of your
adventures, pack it in your
carry-on luggage, never
check it. The baggage X-
ray machines may overex-
pose those precious shots.
The X-ray machines for
carry-on luggage are
considered safe, but you
can always ask for hand .


for additional children in
same family. Daily rates,
before-and-after care
available. Information:
(321) 455-1385.
Teen Spring Camp:
Offered 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March 26-30 at Teen Cen-
ter, lower level, Cocoa. For
grade 7 and older. Infor-
mation: (321) 433-4432.
Weekly fees: $40 a child,
with discounts for addi-
tional children in same
family. Daily rates, before-
and-after care available.


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inspection.
Armed with these bits of
information, today's active
seniors will enhance their
travel experience wherever
they may choose to visit.
.Bon voyage and until
your actual trip, have
happy travel dreams.


Geraldine Blanchard is
vice president of Global
Tours and Travel, at 559 W.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Mel-
bourne. She can be reached
at (321) 676-6040 or
gerry@globaltours.com.
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rock pins and drink green
beer.
However, St. Patrick's
Day originated as a


celebration of St. Patrick,
the patron saint of Ireland,
who is credited with
bringing Christianity to
the country.
Most people associate
St. Patrick with having
driven the snakes from
Ireland.
According to
wikipedia.org., the snakes
might represent the
symbol of the Druids.
Today, the holiday is an
amalgam of cultures and
symbolism and legends.
Did St. Patrick use the
shamrock to teach the
holy trinity? Might dyeing
one's hair green be a
subconscious symbol of
the leafy headdress worn
by Druids?
Who knows? The good
news: You can skip the
history lesson and get
right to the good part:


celebrating.
If you're looking for
something to do this
weekend in celebration of
St. Patrick's Day, check out
the following events.

This weekend

Friday, March 16, Pat
Michael's and Friends
music at 7 p.m. at Galaxy
Grille, 147 Fifth Ave.,
Indialantic. Call (321) 728-
5888.
Community Band of
Brevard presents "One
Hundred Thousand
Welcomes (An Irish
Celebration)," a concert of
the music of Ireland, at 8
p.m. Saturday, March 17 at
the Bernard Simpkins Fine
Art Auditorium on the
Cocoa campus of Brevard
Community College. Free.
Details: (321) 452-5725.


Cocoa Village Fun Fest
6-9 p.m. at Saturday,
March 17 at Riverfront
Park in Cocoa Village, a
family event with vendors,
food and beverages,
entertainment and chil-
dren's activities. Call (321)
631-9075.
Saturday, March 17,
Meg O'Malley's annual St.
Patrick's Day celebration
in downtown
Melbourne.Kicks off with a
traditional Irish breakfast
at 8 a.m. Features a parade
at 1 p.m., bagpipers,
dancers and traditional
Irish music. Performances
by the Wyndbreakers and
the Dancin' Knuckles. Call
(321) 952-5510.
* Saturday, March 17,
St. Patrick's Day celebra-
tion at Paddy Cassidy's
Irish Pub on A1A in Cocoa
Beach. Music by Mike


Funge, Damion, John the
Piper and the Dancin'
Knuckles. Call (321) 783-
0810.
St. Patrick's Day
riverboat cruise on the
Indian River Paddleboat
from 7-9 p.m. Features
music and dinner buffet.
Boarding at 6:30 p.m. at
Cocoa Village Marina, 96
Willard St. $45 per person.
Call (321) 454-7414.
Irish singer, song-
writer, comedian Cahal
Dunne performs at 2 p.m.
Sunday, March 18 at the
Cocoa Beach Country
Club, 5000 Tom Warriner
Blvd. Tickets are $20 each.
Call (321) 784-9707 or
(321) 723-0122.

Send your events,
openings and gigs to
thehype@hometownnew-
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rapher Robert Amoruso
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prints from 6-9 p.m. at
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Titusville. Details: (321)
269-0099.
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430 Delannoy Ave., Cocoa.
Cost: $25. Reservations:
Central Brevard Library
and Reference Center,
(321) 633-1792. Part of
2007 Reading Festival.
* Art opening: Opening
for photographer Dawkins
Leffel from 6-9 p.m. at
Downtown Gallery, 335 S.
Washington Ave.,
Titusville, in conjunction
with an art walk to several
galleries. Call (321) 268-
0122.
* 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. at the
Bernard Simpkins Fine Art
Auditorium on the Cocoa
campus of Brevard Com-
munity College. Free.
Details: (321) 452-5725.
* 'Camelot': Titusville
Playhouse presents
"Camelot" through April 1
at Titusville Playhouse, 301
Julia St. Details: (321) 268-
1125.
* Musical: Melbourne
High School drama stu-
dents present "Footloose,"
under the direction of Rod
Savickis, at 7 p.m. through
Saturday, March 17 and at
2 p.m. Sunday, March 18,


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bourne. $10 for adults; $8
for students and seniors.
Details: (321) 952-5895.

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MARCH 17

Live album: The King
Center presents Classic
Albums Live with "The
Beatles Revolver" at 8
p.m. at 3865 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne. Tickets
$20-$26. Details: (321)
242-2219.
+ Live music: Frankie
Cisco Harris and Acoustic
Music Harvest Friends will
perform from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Sun
Shoppe Caf6 on New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Details: (321) 676-1438.
Comedy: Sham Rock
'N' Comedy at the Metro
Entertainment Complex
on West New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 727-
7819 or visit
www. themetroentertain-
ment.com.
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. Details: (321) 777-
2109.
* St. Pat's street party:
Meg 0' Malley's Restau-
rant and Irish Pub presents
its annual St. Patrick's Day
street party in downtown
Melbourne. Kicks off at 8
a.m. with an Irishman's
breakfast buffet, followed
by food and entertainment
throughout. the day and
evening, including a
parade at 1 p.m. and
authentic Irish music and
performances by The Wyn-
dbreakers, Greg and Brian
and Cahir O'Doughtery.
Details: (321) 952-5510.

SUNDAY, MARCH 18

* Irish singer/song-
writer: Cahal Dunne, an
Irish singer, songwriter,
pianist and comedian will
perform at 2 p.m. at the
Cocoa Beach Country
Club, 5000 Tom Warriner
Blvd. Tickets $20 each and
are available at the Irish
Shops in Cocoa Beach and
downtown Melbourne.
Details: (321) 723-0122 or
(321) 784-9707.
* Live music: Radio Fly-
erz will perform 7-11 p.m.
at Lou's Blues, 31901 N.

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Classics Albums series lives on


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Musicians driving home
after late-night gigs can
come up with some
strange ideas.
Sometimes, those ideas
turn out to be life chang-
ing.
Such was the case for
Craig Martin, CEO and
president of the Toronto-
based Classic Albums Live,
a concert series that recre-
ates entire albums on
stage. The series returns to
the King Center for the
Performing Arts Saturday,
March 17, with the Beatles'
"Revolver."
"I created the concept
driving back from a gig one
night after seeing a band
perform two consecutive
songs from a Rolling
Stones album," Mr. Martin
said.
"I thought it would be a
great idea to do a whole
side, or better yet, an entire
album."
He spent the next four
hours conceptualizing the
idea.


"I knew I wanted it to be
something special. These
albums are sacred."
He decided that such an
undertaking would require
the best musicians playing
note-for-note. Classic
Albums Live works with a
core group of 40 musi-
cians.
Epic albums tackled
include "Led Zeppelin I, II
and IV," Pink Floyd, "Dark
Side of the Moon," Rolling
Stones, "Exile on Main
Street," and Fleetwood-
Mac, Rumors."
"What you hear on an
album is exactly what you
hear live. No samples. No
computers."
And when Mr. Martin
says note-for-note, he
means it.
Audiences can expect to
hear every single instru-
ment and sound on each
album featured.
"We actually bring
alarms on stage during
Pink Floyd's "Time," he
said.
The fruit of such spiritu-
al dedication to what Mr.
Martin calls the classical


music of our time is an
organic musical experi-
ence.
Mr. Martin is quick to
point out that Classical
Albums Live does not
impersonate musicians or
perform a tribute show.
Much like an orchestra
performance, the musi-
cians of Classic Albums
Live don't interact with
the audience.,
The result, he said, is a
bond between the band,
the audience and the
album.
"It's just an incredibly
great concept, and people
become addicted to the
series."
The group's goal is to
focus on the music, and
he doesn't want to inter-
fere with the emotional
connection audience
members, have with the
music.
"We all use our imagina-
tion and generate scenes
when we listen to "Great
Gig in the Sky" or "Helter
Skelter," he said.
The idea of letting the
music speak for itself


might be a foreign con-
cept to the post-MTV gen-
eration, but the success of
the series speaks volumes
about its allure.
Classic Albums Live will
celebrate four years April
5, and the group performs
about 130 shows a year.
However, such success
hasn't taken the focus off
of what is really important
to Mr. Martin.
"I'm keeping a lot of
musicians working, and
that's a great thing," he
said.
For information, visit
www.classicalbumslive.co
m or call (321) 242-2219.
All performances
begin at 8 p.m.
Upcoming Classic Live
Albums performances at
the King Center include
Pink Floyd, IThe Wall,i
April 26 and Eagles,iHotel
California," May 10.
Ticket prices range from
$20 to $29.

Contact Lisa M. Onorato
at (321) 751-5963 or e-mail
thehype@hometownnew-
sol.com.


Entertainment


From page A14
A1A, Indialantic. Details:
(321) 779-2299.
* Twilight Jazz: Free
concert 3-6 p.m. at Veter-
an's Memorial Park Pavil-
ion. 2200 Port Malabar
Blvd., behind baseball
fields, in Palm Bay (Map)
Details: (321) 674-7401.

MONDAY, MARCH 19

* Jam: Billy Van Riper's
Jazz Jam at 7 p.m. at Galaxy
Grille, 147 Fifth Ave., Indi-
alantic. Call (321) 728-
5888.

UPCOMING EVENTS.

* String quartet: Mel-
bourne Chamber Music
Society presents the Auryn
String Quartet at 8 p.m. at
St. Mark's United
Methodist Church, 2030 N.
Highway AIA, Indialantic.
$10 for adults; $10 for chil-
dren. Details: (321) 956-
8775 or (321) 725-6806.
* Jazzy cruise: Jazz
cruise on the Indian River

Queen Paddleboat 6:30-
9:30 p.m. Friday, March 23.
Musicians: Linda Cole,
Ron Teixiera and Tony


DeSane. $35 per person
includes boxed supper.
Leaves Cocoa Marina
(Whitley Bay) at 6:30 p.m.
sharp. Details: (321) 674-
8950.
* Swing: The Swingtime
Jazz Band presents "Swing
into Spring" from 7-10


p.m. Friday, March 23, at
Melbourne Auditorium,
625 E. Hibiscus Blvd. Tick-
ets are $5 in advance; $6 at
the door. Information:
(321) 724-0555.
* Prevent! Jamboree:"
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onions and mushrooms. Mary Lou Gonzales, who
Several unique salads are also helps her husband Ramon
offered. operate the caf6.
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Cancun Cafe II is the brain- spices.
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ground in Mexican cooking to snapper.
the table. With more than 15 inexpen-
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who has been cooking since* weekdays from 11 a.m. to 3
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ant, located in the Albertson's
f Lake Washington and Wickham
ven days a week.
most popular luncheon item is
the fajita burrito, topped with
generous scoops of guacamole
and sour cream, served with
rice and beans.
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eral unique platters are
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625 E. Hibiscus Ave., Mel-
bourne. Tickets: $75 per-
son. Features: Live music
by Derek & The Slammers,
a "Taste of Brevard" buffet-
style food stations, Texas
hold'em, black jack, silent
auction and reverse raffle
for $10,000. Details: (321)
259-7262 or visit www.pre-
ventofbrevardinc. net.
* Roller derby benefit: A
benefit for roller derby
team the Space Coast
Slashers Saturday, March
23 at the Metro Entertain-
ment Complex 3020 W.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Features perform-
ances by Klik and Fall
Term. Details: (321) 727-
7819.
* Jazz at the Pan-
thereum: Norm Bernard
Quintet featuring vocalist
Kim Evans will perform
from 3-6 p.m. Sunday,
March 25 at the Pan-
thereum on the campus of
Florida Tech in Melbourne.


Free. Become a patron
with a donation of $25 or
more. Details: (321) 674-
7401.
Spanish music: Mel-
bourne Community
Orchestra will perform "A
Spanish Festival of Music"

at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
March 28 and Thursday,
March 29 at Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibis-
cus Blvd. Free, but tickets
* are required. Details: (321).
952-9949.

ONGOING
ENTERTAINMENT
Acoustic Cafd: South
Beach Pizzeria hosts an all
ages acoustic open mic
event in a smoke-free envi-
ronment from 8 p.m. to
midnight Wednesdays. The
open mic is for experi-
enced musicians. South
Beach Pizzeria, 300 Ocean


Ave., Melbourne Beach.
For information, call (321)
733-7977.
* Art and Antique Stu-
dio: The Art and Antique
Studio, 1419 Highland
Ave., Melbourne, is open
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Saturday. Open
until 8:30 p.m. first Fridas.
For information, call (321)
253-5553.
* Brevard Museum of
Art and Science: Located
at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday, and 1-5
p.m. Sunday. Admission,
which includes entry to
both the Art Museum and
Children's Science Center,
is $5 for adults, $3 for sen-
ior citizens and $2 for chil-
dren and students with
identification. Free for
museum members.
Admission is free to the
general public 1 to 5 p.m.
Thursday. For informa-
tion, call (321) 242-0737.
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Arts Notes


Melbourne artist
wins grant

Melbourne fiber artist
Ellen Lindner has been
awarded an artist
enhancement grant from
the Florida Arts Council
Division of Cultural Affairs.
The grant provides sup-
port for Florida artists to
take advantage of specific
opportunities to advance
their work and careers.
Ms. Lindner's $1,000
grant is the highest award
amount awarded in the
program. She will use it to
attend a conference in
Ohio. For information on
her work, visit www.adven-
turequilts.com.

Art on the River
event rescheduled

The Titusville Area
Chamber of Commerce
recently announced that
its art show, "Art on the
River," has been resched-
uled for April 2008.
The event will be at
Sandpoint Park.
Applications can be
found online at
www. titusville.org.
For information, call
(321) 267-3036.

Auditions for
'Noises Off slated

The Titusville Playhouse
has scheduled auditions


for "Noises Off" from 7-9
p.m. March 19-20.
Needed are five men in
their mid-20s to 60s and
four women from their 20s
to 50s.
The show dates are May
11-26. Rehearsals will be
for six weeks.
For information, call
(321) 268-3711 or visit
www.titusvilleplayhouse.c
om.

Cultural
alliance plans
Innovations Series

Brevard Cultural Alliance
is offering its first Innova-
tions Series.
Workshops, lectures
and other activities will
be offered Wednesday,
March 28, at the King
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Prior to the 7:30 p.m.
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day, company founder
Christopher Harrison will
discuss his views on
inventiveness and cre-
ativity in the internation-
al performance arena. A
reception and sympo-
sium will begin at 6 p.m.
in the Studio Theatre.
AntiGravity blends
gymnastics, Broadway
style and underground
performance art. To
attend, call (321) 690-
6817. The event is free to
BCA members. Tickets
are $10 for non-mem-
bers.
Visit www.artsbre-
vard. org for information.

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The curtain opened
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visually stimulating slide
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stage to illustrate a
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resonant truth that
"Working" communicates
to audiences: "All human
beings yearn for recogni-
tion or appreciation for
their hard work."
The Astronaut High
School cast, deserves
recognition for the evident
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played the lovable charac-
ter of the same name, who
was a parking lot atten-
dant. With his rich and
soothing voice, Al helped
bring a vibrant and soulful
life to the stage.
Whitney Bahr is also a
praiseworthy vocalist.
Whitney's mature sound,
musical phrasing and


charming characterization
contributed a sense of
maturity well beyond her
years and assuredly played
an instrumental role in the
production.
In addition to the
hardworking cast, the
technical crew also
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tion with an appropriately
minimal set, which
demonstrated the effec-
tiveness of simplicity.
What's more, the cos-
tumes and makeup helped
identify each character's
occupation and age
respectively. Despite a few
microphone problems
during the performance,
the technical crew helped
significantly with the
overall product.
Astronaut High School
smoothly executed a
difficult musical produc-
tion. The entire ensemble,
including the technical
crew, committed to a
demanding show and
presented a memorable
performance.

Robert-Pomichter is a
junior at Eau Gallie High
School, and this review
was selected for publica-
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News as a part of the
national high school
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Romancing the Stove
with Arlene Borg, the Grammy Guru


Spice up your dinner table with
broccoli rabe, eggplant dishes


NATHAN STEURY
Religion columnist


Making


room


for men

W y are there not
W more men in
church?
As a pastor and a man, I
struggle with that ques-
tion and with actually
getting more men there.
What would it take to get
men to church?
The truth is that I know
some ways to get men to
church. It's just that many
of them aren't, well,
"spiritually correct."
We could advertise
"happy hour," but I think
they would be suspicious
that something other than
beer might be on tap.
We could invite the
Dallas Cowboy cheerlead-
ers, but I think at that
point we would be guilty
of leading them into
temptation.
We could offer to pay
them, but somehow the
motive and the money
would be lacking.
But I'm not convinced
that there aren't spiritually
correct ways to get men to
church.
I just need your help to
do it.
First of all, I'd love you to
,help me find some of the
reasons that more men
don't go to church. I've
thought about it some and
will offer a few of my
ideas.
I would love to hear your
input and feedback.
One reason that church
may scare some men
away is simple: many of us
don't like to dress up.
Who invented ties
anyway? What were they
thinking? Have you ever
noticed that if you pivot
the tie to the back of your
neck and hold it up, it
looks a lot like a noose?
And it feels like one, too,


Today we're going to make
two of my favorite
vegetables and a straw-
berry angel dessert from Linda
Ratcliffe who has been using
this recipe since 1979.
When I asked for a dessert
made with angel food cake,
gelatin, strawberries and
possibly ice cream, I had no
idea how many variations
there were out there.
My first veggie choice is
broccoli rabe (pronounced
rob), also called rappini, a
green that tastes nothing like
regular broccoli. It has a
slightly bitter, peppery flavor.
The next choice is eggplant,
which in my opinion, is a
vegetable that needs a lot of
help to make it palatable. If
you've ever tried steamed
eggplant, you know what I
mean. It contains a great deal
of iron and can be bitter.
When eggplant is fried, it
absorbs oil like a sponge. If
eggplant is salted, the salting
removes the bitterness and
changes the oil-absorbing
properties.
Enjoy! See you next week.

BROCCOLI RABE OR
RAPPINI
(Pronounced roby
Serves 4
This recipe is as good the
next day as it is the day you
make it. Also, once prepared, it
can be frozen.
1 bunch rappini


2 large cloves garlic,
cut up
1 to 2 tablespoons
extra virgin olive
oil or canola oil
Salt and pepper
Crushed red pepper
flakes (optional)


Wash rappini.
Cut leaves up, cut j
off flowerettes. Peel
tough stem and cut
up. Lightly brown
garlic in oil. Add greens. If
there is not enough water on
the leaves, add 1/4 cup more.
Season with salt and pepper
and a few shakes of crushed
red pepper, if you choose.
Cook covered until tender,
about 10 minutes.

GUY'S ITALIAN
SAUSAGE WITH
BROCCOLI RABE
Regular and lower-fat
Serves 4
My son, Guy, created this
delicious recipe. Try it with
whole wheat pasta.
2 pounds Italian sausage, mild
or hot
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive
oil
4 large cloves garlic, peeled
and cut-up
1 bunch broccoli rabe (rappini)
1/2 cup dry white wine
chabliss or chardonnay)
1 cup chicken broth
Salt, pepper and crushed red
pepper to taste


Several sprigs fresh parsley,
chopped or 1 teaspoon
dried
1/2 pound angel hair or
penne pasta (cooked)
Parmesan cheese, grated
Cut up broccoli as
explained in recipe above.
Brown sausages in skillet,
pricking them occasionally to
release fat. For a lower-fat
choice, brown sausages in a
350-degree oven on racks. Slice
sausage in bite-size pieces.
When almost done, remove
sausage from pan and set
aside. Add oil and garlic to pan,
let brown until golden. Add
broccoli.
Cover to cook slightly. Raise.
heat and add wine. Cook until
wine reduces slightly. Add
broth, seasonings, parsley and
sausages.
Cook covered until broccoli
is tender and sausages are
cooked thoroughly.
Serve over pasta, sprinkle
with cheese.

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sometimes even when it's
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Why would we want to
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second reason.
We don't like to sit still.
Well, that's not entirely
true. Many of us have been
known to do so for hours
on the couch holding a
remote.
Maybe we should hand
out remotes at church.
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little better at doing
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I would call some rational
stumbling blocks.
It's not that they don't
believe in God, it's just that
some of the things the
church has historically
stood for just don't seem
rational. (And, after all,
isn't rationality more
valued than emotion in
many men?)
Take science and religion
for example. Though I've
explored that topic before
in this column, I think
there is a perception by
many men that, "If I go to
church, I have to leave my
brain at the door." And
we're kind of attached to
our brains.
Of course there's the
stereotypical "independ-
ent male" who believes he
doesn't really need any-
body else. He's not inter-
ested in God or in any
other relationship except
as it benefits him..
To put it simply, he just
"doesn't need it" (religion
or God) as far as he's
concerned.


I think another big
reason that men squirm
out of their pews is the
"relationship" language of
many in the faith commu-
nity.
There is a lot of talk
about a "relationship with,
Jesus Christ" which, in our
homophobic society can
"weird us out" as men.
Some of the music sung
in churches, oh yeah, we're
uncomfortable singing in
public, too, speaks of
"adoring" Christ or being
"in love with Jesus."
For those of us who live
in a culture where love
nearly always has an
aspect of sexuality to it,
let's just say it sounds and
feels a little strange to us.
Now, don't get me wrong.
I don't think any of these
are the "right" reasons for
men to stay away from
church. And I'm certainly
not suggesting that we do
away with all of them so
men will come. But as the
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men whether or not we
who go to church perceive
it as reality or not it is a
real reason that men don't
come.
There are probably many
other reasons I haven't
covered, too.
So here's my challenge
for you. If you know a man
who doesn't go to church
(or if you are one), ask
whily. Tell them you're
doing an experiment for
some strange
pastor/writer for Home-
town News then please let
me know their answers.
Send their responses to my
e-mall address at the end
of this article.
I'don't want names. I just
want to get a little more in
touch with what keeps
men from church, because
I believe two things: one,
the church needs more
men, and two, men need
the church even though
they may not think so.
So do me a favor and
conduct your own little
informal poll and let me
know the results.
If I get enough input, I'll
continue this topic in my
next column (three weeks
from now) with some of
your results. (Don't worry I
won't quote you without
your permission.)
Thanks for your help and
happy polling!

Nate Steury is the pastor
of St. Mark's church in
Indialantic, where he lives
with his wife and four kids.
Contact him at stmark-
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EGGPLANT
PARMESAN
Serves 4


3 medium eggplants
Salt
2 eggs or egg whites or
equivalent of egg
substitute
1/2 cup water
1 cup flour
1/4 teaspoon black
pepper
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
Canola oil
Seasoned omato sauce
(recipe follows)
Grated Italian cheese
8 ounces of mozzarella,
regular or low-fat, sliced

Peel eggplant and slice
in scant 1/4-inch rounds.
Layer in a large colander,
sprinkling each layer
generously with salt. Place
colander on a dish or in
the sink. Put a plate on top
of the eggplant and top it
with a weight.
I use a pot full of water.
My grandmother used to
have a "pet rock." She
would wrap the rock in a
towel and place it on top
of the plate.
Let the salt "bleed" the
eggplant for one to two
hours. A brown liquid will
drip out of the colander.
This extra step will pro-
duce a better-tasting end
result.
When the time is up,
rinse several slices of
eggplant at a time and
squeeze.
There are many differ-
ent ways of preparing the
eggplant. I do not use
breadcrumbs; they absorb
too much oil. By using a
flour then egg wash
process the oil you use will
be minimal.
Beat the eggs and water
together. On a plate or
piece of waxed paper, mix
flour, pepper and parsley.
Dredge the eggplant
slices in flour mixture,
then in egg wash. Fry in a
small amount of canola oil
until golden on each side.
Drain on paper towels.
Place a small amount of
sauce in an oven-proof
casserole. Layer eggplant
with a sprinkling of grated
cheese, slices of mozzarel-
la and some sauce.
Continue layering, ending
with sauce. Bake in a 350-
degree oven for 20 to 30
minutes until heated
through.



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1 large clove garlic, peeled
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1/4 teaspoon oregano
Dash of salt and pepper

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Add oregano, salt and
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Note: By adding cooked
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a complete dinner.

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PARMESAN

Prepare eggplant as in
original recipe, but do not
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eggplant in pan, single file
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without using oil, substi-
tute cooking spray.
Prepare casserole and
bake as per regular recipe.


STRAWBERRY
DELIGHT DESSERT
Regular or low-fat
and low-sugar

When I asked for
recipes for an angel food
cake combined with
gelatin, ice cream and
strawberries, I had no
idea how many different
recipes there were out
there.
Linda Ratcliffe sent me
this one she's been using
since she received it back
in 1979.
This is a large dessert
and will feed more than
20 people.
The choice of fat-free
whipped topping over
whipped cream will make
this a low-fat dessert and
the choice of sugar-free
gelatin will make it a great


dessert for those who
must restrict their sugar
intake.

2 cups water
1 (5 serving size) package
strawberry gelatin,
regular or sugar-free
2 (16 ounces) packages
frozen strawberries
(unsweetened)
1 store bought angel food
cake
2 cups (1 pint) heavy
whipping cream or 1
large (12 ounce pack-
age) whipped topping

In a medium-size pot
bring water to a boil, then
add gelatin stirring well.
Lower heat and add 1-1/2
packages of frozen straw-
berries and stir until they
separate. Remove from
stove.
Cut angel food cake into
1-inch cubes and arrange
in a 9- by 13-inch glass
pan until all of the cake is
used and the bottom of
the dish is completely
covered.
Reserve about 1 table-
spoon of the
strawberry/gelatin
mixture for the topping.
Pour the remainder over
cake cubes until entire
bottom of pan is covered.
Chill overnight. Top
dessert with whipped
cream or topping com-
bined with the 1 table-
spoon of liquid saved
from the day before. Cut
the thawed 1/2 bag of
strawberries in half and
arrange on top.

WHIPPED CREAM

Whipped cream is both
the easiest and the most
difficult topping to
prepare. It is extremely
tricky to catch it just right
before it turns to butter.

1 pint, (2 cups) heavy
whipping cream
2 tablespoon or more
confectioners sugar

Use a high, narrow
bowl. Chill bowl and
beaters if possible.
Using an electric mixer,
beat cream at high speed
until frothy. Add sugar
and continue beating,
watching the cream very
carefully. It will start to
thicken, continue beating
scraping bowl occasional-
ly. The cream is whipped


when it starts to have a
slight "break-up" look.
(Over-beating by just a
few seconds will suddenly
turn the cream to butter.
It will become a mass with
water around it.)
Makes enough to frost
two 8- or 9-inch layers.

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.
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Stove
With the Grammy Guru,"
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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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whelming from time to
time, it can, but that's not
what this week's column is
about.
What I'm referring to are
the times when, for no
apparent reason, Windows
just stops functioning and


(Syndicated News) As the worldwide gen-
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Vista system quickly approaches, computer
users around the globe are anticipating the
increased hardware requirements that the
system will need. Graphics cards, increased
CPU size, and larger RAM requirements are
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warning users about. This is especially note-
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"Hardware installation especially on a
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properly," says Diaz. "It's advisable for hard-
waie to be installed by professionals."
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business hardware installation and mainte-
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service visits, to see what each computer
needs in order to run Vista. Companies such
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ommendations for consumers interested in
running the Windows Vista system, many of
which are aimed at upgrading existing sys-
tems on PC's.
1) Download and run Windows Upgrade
Advisor. The Upgrade Advisor examines a
computer and provides a summary of the
Windows Vista versions that can be run on
that computer. The report is also convenient
to have on-hand to show your installation
professional.
2) Check your CPU. Anything below 800
MHz is too low for Windows Vista to run
properly. Your local Fast-teks technician can
advise .you on upgrades if you fall below
minimum requirements.


you can't seem to do
anything.
What most people don't
realize is just how much
stuff is going on in the
background at any given
time.
Every part of the comput-
er, from the keyboard to the
mouse to the monitor, has a
little program running in
the background that is in
charge of how that particu-


lar part functions.
And they all have to run
together harmoniously.
I'm not talking about a few
little programs or drivers,
there are literally thousands
of things going on in the
background at any given
second and sometimes
Windows can get over-
whelmed.
Frankly, I'm surprised that
computers even run at all


3) Examine your computer's memory. 512
MB of RAM is minimum; most users will
want at least 1 GB of system RAM to ade-
quately run Vista. Fast-teks can assist in
choosing a memory upgrade, and can have
it installed on your computer within min-
utes.
4) Verify hard drive capacity on your com-
puter. Windows Vista requires a hard drive of
at least 40 GB in size, including 15 GB of free
space.
5) Check your graphics adapter. "Many
people are unfamiliar with graphics
adapters," says Diaz, "which is unfortunate
because a big requirement of Vista is the
graphics portion of the program. Fast-teks
can assess your computer and provide ade-
quate upgrades in order to eliminate any
confusion."
6) Look for a DVD drive on your computer.
If you don't have one, you won't be able to
install Windows Vista. If you don't have one,
however, there's no need to fret. "DVD drives
are something that our technicians can
install at a relatively small cost," says Diaz.
7) Backup your data. According to experts,
this is one of the most important (and often
overlooked) steps when upgrading a system.
"This is where we shine," states Diaz. "We
provide complete data protection solutions
for both businesses and individuals at a rel-
atively small cost."
Fast-teks also offers training services for
individuals or large groups, meaning that
you can not only have Windows Vista
installed, but you (or your office) can receive
training on how to use the new programs.
"It's the complete solution. From installa-
tion to training to follow-up, we can provide
the solutions that individuals, or businesses,
need to stay current," says Diaz.


without crashing after five
minutes of up time.
I always have to smile
whenever I hear anyone say,
"I wasn't even doing
anything and it just locked
up."
Sure, you weren't doing
anything, but the computer
is still as busy as a one-
armed paperhanger.
Consider this: even if you
are just sitting there, hands
completely off the mouse
and keyboard, the comput-
er is constantly (and I do
mean constantly) looking at
the keyboard and mouse for
any change.
It's also re-painting
whatever's on the screen 60
to 70 times a second,
checking to see if it's time to
start the screen saver,
listening to network or
modems connections for
incoming calls and more.
So even if you are not
doing anything, the com-
puter is still very busy just
waiting for you to do
something.
And that's not even
considering the hundreds
of other things it has to do
just to keep the desktop
alive and stable.
That's why Windows can
sometimes become over-
whelmed and freeze up.
So, what do you do about
it when it happens?
Let's go through a com-
mon scenario.
Say you are surfing the
Internet and you click a
link, the page loads and you
start reading. You get to the
bottom of the page and go
to click somewhere else, but
the pointer is just an
hourglass and you can't
click anything.
Or, maybe the pointer
looks fine (no hour glass)
but still, nothing happens
when you click.
What do you do then?
First, don't panic.


SEAN MCCARTHY
Compute This
It usually doesn't mean the
computer is messed up. It
usually means thatWin-
dows got bogged down
somewhere and needs a
"little nudge" to get it back
on track.
I usually try to get the
computer's attention by
trying a couple of different
keyboard commands. I'll hit
the escape key (usually at
the top left-hand side of the
keyboard) to divert the
machine's attention from
whatever it's stuck on.
Sometimes this all it takes,
and sometimes not.
If hitting the escape key
doesn't work, then I try the
"three finger salute."
With one finger, press and
hold the "CTRL" button,
then with another finger
press and hold "ALT" and
with a third, press
"DELETE." It's important to
be pressing all three buttons
at once as pressing them
and letting go will do
nothing. Once you press
ctrl, alt, delete, aWindows
security window should pop
up that gives you the
options to "lock computer,"
"log off," "shutdown,"
"change the password,"
"open the task manager" or
"cancel."
Click on the task manager
button and make sure the
"applications tab" is high-
lighted and in front. On the


applications page you
should see your Web
browser listed (or whatever
program you were running
when you lost control) often
with a comment of "not
responding." Click it so it
becomes highlighted and
then click "end task."
After a moment or two, a
message should pop up
asking if you want to wait
for the program or end the
task.
Click the "end task" button
and your browser should
close and give control back
to your mouse.
But, what if that doesn't
work?
Then you have to reboot
the machine. Just press and
hold the power button until
the computer shuts down,
wait 10 to 20 seconds and
turn it back on.
After the machine restarts,
things should be back to
normal and you should have
control of your mouse again.
I know powering off the
computer is not the "proper"
way to shut it down but
sometimes it's the only way.
If you can't click anything,
how are you going to initiate
a proper shutdown?
Occasional lockups and
other similar issues have
givenWindows abad name,
but I take it with a grain of
salt. Knowing that there are
so many other things going
on in the background makes
it easier to understand why
Windows machines occa-
sionally freeze.
Frankly, the same thing
happens from time to time
with Macs, too. I've seen it
with my own eyes.
The issue is really knowing
what to do when the occa-
sional lock up happens.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computer problems. For
help e-mail
help@tciplaza.com.


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Calendar


FRIDAY, MARCH 16

Seat check: Child safety
seat seminar, 10 a.m. to 3
p.m., Palm Bay Extension
Office, 1455 Treeland Blvd.
Sponsor: Brevard County
Agriculture and Extension
Service. (321) 952-4536, Ext.
25. Bring safety seat.
Singles meeting: Church
of Our Saviour's Single, Sep-
arated, Widowed & Divorced
group, 1 p.m., Red Lobster,
215 E. Merritt Island Cause-
way. (321) 799-4720.
Country Fair Hoe Down:
5:30-7:30 p.m., Audubon
Elementary School, 1201 N.
Banana River Drive, Merritt
Island. Free. Games, prizes,
face painting, live music,
line dancing, food. Adults
must accompany children.
Baked Ziti dinner: 6-8
p.m., Merritt Island Elks
Lodge, 1520 N. Sykes Creek
Pkwy. $6. (321) 452-2650.
+Author's reception: 6:30-
8:30 p.m., Cocoa Civic Cen-
ter, 430 Delannoy Ave. Part
of Brevard Reading Festival.
$25. Reserve tickets. (321)
633-1792. Sponsor: Brevard
County Library Foundation.
Amphibious Spangulo-
tus: Play about town to be
demolished by highway
construction. 7 p.m., March
14-17, Merritt Island High
School auditorium, 100 E.
Mustang Way $7 adults; $3
students. Edgewood Harle-
quins for Edgewood
Junior/Senior High School.

SATURDAY,
MARCH 17

Flea Market: 8 a.m. to 2
p.m., Grant Historical
House, 5795 Route 1, Grant.
Refreshments. Sponsor:
Grant Historical Society.
(772) 589-9366."
Landscape seminar:
8:30 a.m. to noon, Space
Coast Convention Center,
Route 520, Cocoa. Sponsor:
Brevard Water Resources
Conservation Team. Regis-
tration required. City of
Titusville and Brevard Coun-
ty, (321) 383-5669; Cocoa,
(321) 639-7602; Melbourne,
(321) 953-6302; or Palm Bay,
(321) 733-3064.
Car wash: 9 a.m. to 2
p.m., Buzz's, Aurora at Wick-
ham roads, Melbourne.
Benefits Christopher Chida,
who suffered brain damage
three years ago.
Canine championships:
2007 Hyperflite Skyhoundz
Canine Disc Champi-
onships, 10 a.m. Rockledge
Park, 960 Cogswell St. Free.
(321) 633-1874.
* Brevard Reading Festi-
val: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satu-
day, March 17, Riverfront


Park, Cocoa. Free. Gaming
tournament, internet caf6;
junior genealogy, perform-
ance art by Jiggleman, Q-Tee
and Friends, face painting,
music.
+Art andWine Festival: 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. March 17-18,
St. Luke's Episcopal Church,
555 N. Tropical Trail, Merritt
Island. Free admission.
Award-winning local artists,
international wines, savory
foods and art raffle. (321)
449-4610.
Adoptables Event: 11
a.m. to 2 p.m., Mustard's Last
Stand restaurant, 415 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Central Brevard Humane
Society. (321) 636-3343.
Red Hat Ladies Day- 11
a.m. to 3 p.m., Commons
Area, Mariner Way, Titusville.
Dancing, lunch, door prizes
and live music. Advance
tickets, ($12.50) only:
Titusville Area Chamber of
Commerce, 2000 S. Wash-
ingtonAve. (321) 267-3036.
Afternoon in the Park:
Noon to 3 p.m., North Bre-
vard Historical Museum,
301 state Route 1 North at
Main Street, Titusville. Bar-
becue, entertainment, craft
demonstrations. Food
served 12:30-2 p.m. Tickets:
$7; at the park or museum.
Desserts and jellies for sale.
(321) 269-3658.
Meat Out Day: Lecture, 2
p.m., Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave.
Sponsor: Healthy Planet of
Brevard. Speaker is research
scientist with Physicians
Committee for Responsible
Medicine. Snacks. (321) 868-
1104.
Corned Beef and Cab-
bage dinner: 4-7 p.m., Mer-
ritt Island Elks Lodge, 1520
N. Sykes Creek Pkwy. $9.
(321) 452-2560.
Car Show. Dixie Cruis-
ers, 5-8 p.m., Victoria Shop-
ping Center, North Courte-
nay Parkway, Merritt Island.
50/50 drawing, door prizes.
Music by D.J. Fast Eddie.
Details: Roger or Barbara
Ward at (321) 267-7588.
Book talk: 'Anthem" by
Ayn Rand, 6 p.m., Bames &
Noble Booksellers, 780 E.
Merritt Island Cswy, Merritt
Island. Free. www.PropelOb-
jectivism.com.
Jubilee XXI benefit din-
ner: Theme: "Viva Las
Vegas." 6 p.m. Hilton Mel-
bourne Rialto Place, 200
Rialto Place. $125 a person.
Advance reservations only.
(321) 729-4367. Cocktails
and silent auction preview,
6-30 p.m.; dinner at 7:30
p.m. and live auction at 8:30
p.m. Sponsor: by Melbourne
Central Catholic.
St. Patrick's Day- Cele-
bration, 6-9 p.m. Riverfront


Park, Cocoa Village. Enter-
tainment: Absolute Blue.
Crafts, business vendors,
children's activities, food.
Bring lawn chairs.
Book Signing, Discus-
sion: With Roland Smith,
6:30 p.m., Barnes & Noble
Booksellers, 1955 W. New
Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Smith is two-time
Sunshine State Young Read-
er's Award nominee. (321)
726-9505.
Amphibious Spangulo-
tus: Play about town to be
demolished by highway
construction. 7 p.m., March
14-17, Merritt Island High
School auditorium, 100 E.
Mustang Way. $7 adults, $3
students. Edgewood Harle-
quins for Edgewood
Junior/Senior High School.
Open dance: 7-10 p.m.,
Italian American Club of
South Brevard, 1471 Cypress
Ave., Melbourne. Music by
RSE Music. Casual dress.
BYOB set-ups. $5 a person.
(321) 242-8044.
Singles night: Ages 21
and older, 7-11 p.m., Port St.
John Community Center,
6650 Corto Road. Refresh-
ments, door prizes. $5. Bre-
vard County Parks and
Recreation Department's
North Area Parks Opera-
tions, (321) 633-1904.
Book Signing, Discus-
sion: With Roland Smith,
6:30 p.m., Barnes & Noble
Booksellers, 1955 W. New
Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Smith is two-time
Sunshine State Young Read-
er's Award nominee. (321)
726-9505.
Dance Open: 7-10:30
p.m., Palm Bay Community
Center, 1502 Port Malabar
Blvd. N.E. Music by Joe Cotti
and Regents. BYOB setups.
$5. (321) 952-3443.
Big Band Dance: 7 p.m.,
Heritage Center, 2140 14th
Ave., Vero Beach. $7.
Wednesday Night Big Band
Dances.
Square dance: 8 p.m.,
Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Allemanders Square
Dance Club. John Saunder,
caller. Bev Landwehr, cues
rounds. $4. (321) 777-4418.

SUNDAY, MARCH 18

Nifty to be Fifty- Com-
munity picnic, 1-5 p.m.;
Satellite Beach Sports' and
Recreation Park. $5 for fami-
ly of four.
Sports autograph sign-
ing: 2 p.m., Ron John Surf
Shop, 415 N. Atlantic Ave.,
Cocoa Beach. Surfers, Kalani
Robb and Eric Geiselman;
wakeboarders, Danny Harf,
Parks Bonifay, Dallas Friday,
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Carey Hart. Free. www.ron-
jons.com.
Third Sunday Concert: 2
p.m., First Christian Church
of Melbourne, 2010 S. Bab-
cock St. With Robbi Arm-
strong, Rob Meier and Deb-
bie Crisafulli. Free. (321)
723-6831.
Ponderosa performs:
Classic country and Western
band, 2 p.m., Cocoa Beach
Public Library, 550 N. Bre-
vard Ave. Free. Seating limit-
ed to 150. (321) 868-1104.
Gotta Dance: Golden
Steppers' 19th Gala Benefit
Show, 2-4 p.m., Cocoa Vil-
lage Playhouse, Cocoa. $12.
Tickets: Carolyn Dion, (321)
784-1454. Show features tap
dancing, ballroom dancers
Ron and Marlene Hippen-
steel, teen vocalist Alisha
Dixon, and specialty acts.
+ Organ concert:David
Vogeding and brass musi-
cians, 4:30 p.m., Eastminster
Presbyterian Church, 106 N.
Riverside Drive, Indialantic.
Free. (321) 723-8371.
+ Steppers: Golden Step-
pers will perform at 2 p.m. at
the Gleason Auditorium at
the Florida Tech campus on
University Boulevard. Pro-
ceeds benefit local charities.
$12. (321) 784-1454.
Talbot concert: John
Michael Talbot, 7 p.m.,
Church of Our Savior, 5301
N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Tickets: $20;
itickets.com or (800) 783-
4554.

MONDAY, MARCH 19

Ireland Travel Film: 1:30
and 7 p.m., Cocoa Beach
Public Library, 550 N. Bre-
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one of the top programs in
the area.
The boys' team, coached
by Steve Schleicher, is 6-3
following a 6-1 loss to pow-
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Satellite and Cocoa Beach,
two traditional area pow-
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match, Melbourne pulled
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ry over district foe Vero
Beach, March 7.
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before the Vero matches at
Fee Avenue courts. "We've
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guys continue to be open
to refining their games."
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over Vero was important,
as it will help the Bulldogs'
seeding in the district
tournament April 16.
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All-star basketball games tip off Saturday


BY MATT O'HERN
Sports writer

Brevard's best high school
basketball players will battle for
bragging rights during the 2007
Big Birothers/Big Sisters North
vs. South All.-Star game on Sat-
urday, March 17.
The girls' all-star game begins
at 2 p.m. and the. boys':,game
begins at 4:30 p.m., and both
games will ,be played at the
gymnasium at' the Melbourne
campus of Brevard Community
College. Tickets are $8 for, adults
and $5 for students 'and are
valid for both games.
Space Coast's head coach Her-
man Hutchinson, who is coach-
ing his second all-star game,
will coach the North boys' team.
He coached the South team in
2001, during his career at Bay-
side. The :South Boys' team is


coached by Miguel Garcia of
Satellite.
Hutchinson asked each coach
in the county to nominate two
players from their respective
teams. After selecting two from
each high school, he decided to
honor Cocoa and added a third
Tiger to the roster.
"I went back and gave Cocoa
an extra one because they were
so dominant that I felt that they
deserved one; more spot than
..the rest of us did," he said.
"They had a tremendous sea-
son."
Cocoa nominated Qier Hall,
Billy Parrish and Nick Holling-
head. Other players on the
North's roster include Cocoa
Beach's Neil Hemenway and Ian
Provancha; Edgewood's Erik
Highstone; Merritt Island's Brett
Isom and Zac Moore; Merritt
Island Christian's Aaron Powers;


Rockledge's Justin Beyer and
Demetrius Harvey; Space
Coast's Billy Kight and Korey
Milford and Titusville's James
Fulcher and Devan Porter.
Hutchinson, who led the
Vipers to their best season in
school history, admits the game
will have a bittersweet feeling,
as he coaches Milford and Kight
for the final time.
"This year's team was special
to me," he said. "They were a
great group of kids to work with,
and they worked rally hard, so
it's going to be nice to coach
them one more time."
Cris Clarke, who finished his
first season at Titusville, will
coach the North girls' team.
Clarke chose four Lady Terri-
ers Shalonda Parkes, Dionna
Prince, Katie Schuler and
Stephanie Van for the North
girls' roster. Astronaut and


Space Coast sent three each,
with Erika Bennett, LaQuita
Curry and Shanail Haynes rep-
resenting the Lady War Eagles
and Sheree Davis, Sierra Jones
and Lauren Swift representing
the LadyVipers.
Other North All-Stars include
Rockledge's twin sisters Brit-
tany and DeAnna Leiba; Cocoa's
Qaunisha Dixon and Shayla
Patrick; Merritt Island Christ-
ian's Jessica Quinn; Temple
Christian's Sarah Maynard and
Cocoa Beach's Katie Murphy.
Miguel Garcia from Satellite
will coach the South Boys'
team. Two Scorpions Cory
Habovick, Greg Proctor were
named to the all-star team.
Other players include Mel-
bourne's Anthony Jackson and
Corey McGann; Holy Trinity's
T.J. Rennie; Palm Bay's Bryce
Lovett; Brevard Heat's A.J.


Witkowksi; Bayside's Anthony
Autridge and Christopher
Ronan; Covenant Christan's
Tom Leonard; Eau Galile's
Bryan Brown and Richie Well-
brock; and Mace Macevicius
and Luis Santiage from Florida
Air Academy.
Dwight Leonard from Palm
Bay will coach the South's girls'
team. He chose three Lady
Pirates Courtney Green,
Meghan Malone and Josie
Ratliff. Other players include
Melbourne's Tajmara St. Cloud,
Eau Gallie's Madison Conra-
dius; Satellite's Dyan Spruill and
Kyle Miesbauer; Melbourne
Central Catholic's Lynisha Nel-
son and Elyse Rowe; Bayside's
Chana Marie-Brown; Brevard
Christian's Samantha Anderson;
Holy Trinity's Jessica Golson;
and Kiara Monroe from West
Shore.


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Golf

Third Annual Palm Bay Open,
March 3-4, The Majors Golf
Club, Par-72 36 holes
Open winner Kevin
Altenhoff 70-71 -141
T2 David Johnson 74-
68- 142
T2 Lance Gillett 68-74
142
2nd flight winner Dave
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3rd flight winner Mike
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4th flight winner Vern
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5th flight winner Rick
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184
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Tech senior tops at Panther
Invitational
Florida, Tech senior David
D'Agostino shot an even-Par 72 in
the final round to beat out Brevard
Community College's Devan Spies
by one stroke and claim medallist
honors in the Fourth Annual Pan-
ther Invitational played March 4-6
at the Duran Golf Club in Viera.
Spies carded a tournament-best
67 in the final round but his open-
ing round of 78 left him too much
ground to make up on the steady
D'Agostino, who opened with a 73
and finished at 217 for 54 holes.
The Panthers led the tourna-
ment after the first round with a
team score of 9-over par 297, but
a 2-over final round of 290 by win-
ner Florida Gulf Coast University
left Florida Tech in second place at
tournament's end.
"All of David's hard work, prac-
tice ethic and dedication has paid
huge dividends," said Panthers'
head coach Pat Cappola in a
press release. "I am extremely
pleased with his accomplishments
on and off the course."
Panthers' junior Dan Moline was
the lone Tech player to go under
Par for the tournament with a final-
round 71. Moline'finished with a
54-hole total of 222, tied for third
place.
Florida Tech will be back on the
links March 18-20 when the team
travels to Valdosta, Ga., for the
Blazer Invitational.

Fourth annual Panther Invita-
tional, March 4-6, Duran Golf
Club, Par-72, 7,127 yards, 54
holes


Top five teams: 1. Florida Gulf
Coast University 892; 2. Florida
Tech 894; 3. Nova Southeastern
University 903; 4. Eckerd Col-
lege 908; 5. Brevard Communi-
ty College 908
Top five individuals: 1. David
D'Agostino (FIT) -.217; 2. Devin
Spies (BCC) 218; T3. Federico
Celano (Lynn Univ.) 222; T3.
Dan Moline 222; 5. Kyle Hender-
son (Florida G.C.) 223.

Prep sports

March 2
Baseball
Brevard HEAT 9, Covenant
Christian 0 BH: Chris Noonan,
2B; Tim Schulz, 2B; Joe Gibson,
2B; A. J. Witkowski, 3B. WP: Sean
Noonan (1-1) LP: Keith Poulus
(n/a). BH: 2-1
Softball
Bayside 4, Melbourne 2 (8
innings) BHS: Kirsten Frame,
2B. MEL: Niki Strause, 2B. WP:
Frame (4-1) LP: Tiffani Bishop (4-
4) BHS: 7-1 MEL: 4-4
Covenant Christian 11, Bre-
vard HEAT 2 CC: Carolina
Hebert, 2B; Ashley Bowen, 2B:
Sonya Townsend, 2B; Katrina
Berra, 2B. WP: Townsend (1-3)
LP: Amy LaFontaine (1-2) CC: 1-3
BH: 1-2
Eau Gallie 5, Cocoa 1 EG:
Raina Benedith, 2B; Nicole
Adams, 3B. CHS: Kyla Lamming,
2B. WP: Lexi Carroll (5-1) LP:
Kaylee Miller (n/a) EG: 9-3 CHS:
3-4
Track and field (boys)
Palm Bay 98, Bayside 84, Mel-
bourne 60, Eau Gallie 54
Track and field (girls)
Melbourne 84, Palm Bay 82,
Eau Gallie 78, Bayside 50
Tennis (boys)
West Shore 7, Harmony 0 -
SINGLES: C.J. Johnson def. Mike
Velsor 6-0, 6-0; Brian Kuell def.
Andrew Blowah 6-0, 6-0; Evan
Bruce def. Ryan Etheridge 6-2, 6-
2; Well Johnson def. Greg Mol 6-2,
6-0; Dimitri Sarpoolaki def. Aaron
Torres 6-1, 6-2. DOUBLES: John-
son/Kuell def. Velsor/Blowah 8-1;
Bruce/Sarpoolaki def Diaz/Clark
8-0 WS: 4-0
MCC 4, Edgewood 3 SIN-
GLES: Evan Addington (MCC)
def. Anderson Yeh 6-0, 6-1; Ryan
McGraff (MCC) def. Jeff Alien 6-2,
6-0; Reid Cudill (EDG) def. Jeff
Congdon 6-3, 6-4; Kyle Hogan
(MCC) def. Andrew Scheurmann
6-3, 6-2; Justin Starnes (EDG) def.
Chris Merceron 6-1, 6-2. DOU-
BLES: Addington/Hogan (MCC)
def. Cudill/Starnes 8-4;
Allen/Scheurmann def.
McGraff/Congdori 8-6 MCC: 2-2


Tennis (girls)
- Edgewood 4, MCC 3 SIN-
GLES: Madelaine Genna (MCC)
def. Brianna Brandon 6-3, 6-1;
Anne Lippitt (EDG) def. Marissa
Woodard 6-2, 6-7, 7-6; Kaitlyn
Kohlerand (EDG) def. Karly
Kehres 6-2, 6-4; Cindy Houser
(EDG) def. Kaitlin Donavon 7-5, 6-
2; Shannon Carroll (NCC) def.
Mari Villatta 6-3, 7-5. DOUBLES:
Genna/Kehres (MCC) def. Bran-
don/Kohlerand 8-2; Lippitt/Houser
(EDG) def. Donavon/Carroll 8-5.
MCC: 0-3
West Shore 6, Harmony 1
SINGLES: Rosie Contreras
(WS) def. Rebecca Blanchard 8-3;
Jeanie Wang (WS) def. Kanese
Martinez 8-4; Danielle Miller (WS)
def. Morgan Gunther 8-1; Lindsay
Hindlin (WS) def. Catherine Ingler
8-1; Lauren Finch (WS) def. Crissy
Amhein 8-1. DOUBLES: Blan-
chard/Gunther (HRM) def. Contr-
eras/Wang 8-5; Miller/Hindlin
(WS) def. Martinez/lngler 8-1. WS:
2-1 HRM: 4-3

March 5
Baseball
MCC 9, Orangewood Christ-
ian 3 MCC: Pat Riebsame, 2B,
OC: Henry Varnell, 2B. WP: Stefan
DeCola (3-0) LP: Lee Cheneler
(n/a) MCC: 6-2 OC: 5-3
Tennis (girls) .
Eau Gallie 7, Space Coast 0
SINGLES: Samantha Logue def.
Kris Young 6-0, 6-0; Aida Chilan
def. Felicia Hart 6-2, 6-1; Amanda
Nitliore def. Erica Trotter 6-3, 6-3;
Lindsay Beasy def. Ashley
Desiongco 6-3, 6-2; T.C. Davis def.
Alyssa Odom 6-5, 6-1. DOU-
BLES: Logue/Beasy def.
Yoing/Forester 8-3; Chilan/Nitliore
def. Hart/Desiongco 8-5 EG: 5-1
SC: 0-6
Titusville 7, MCC 0 SIN-
GLES: Kara Fisher def. Madelaine
Genna 6-1, 2-6, 6-3; Kristin Gun-
nerson def. Kaitlin Donovan 6-3, 6-
0; Christin Smith def. Kathleen
White 6-1, 6-0; Kate Ahmie def.
Chelsea Woodard 6-0, 6-0. DOU-
BLES: Smith/Ahmie def.
Genna/Donovan 8-2; Vieria/Voe-
pel def. White/Woodard 8-3 MCC:
0-4
Tennis (boys)
Titusville 6, MCC 1 SIN-
GLES: Evan Addington (MCC)
def. Ryan Koontz 6-0, 6-0; Juan
Rendon (THS) def. Matt Kriete 6-
4, 6-1; Kerry Mawn (THS) def.
Ryan McGrath 6-2, 6-0; Alex Con-
ley (THS) def. Michael Batista 6-1,


6-0; Van Rylander (THS) def. Kyle
Hogan 7-5, 4-6, 6-2. DOUBLES:
Koontz/Conley (THS) def. Adding-
ton/Mason (default); Mawn/Rylan-
der (THS) def. Kriete/McGrath 8-2
MCC: 22-3

March 6
Baseball
MCC 10, John Carroll 5
MCC: Phil Piotrowski, 2B, 3B;
Pat Reibsame, 2B. JC: Shane
McCain, 2B; Rashard Jackson,
2B. WP: Greg Millard (2-1) LP:
Kyle Kevies (0-1) MCC: 7-2 JC: 5-
2
Temple Christian 9, Brevard
HEAT 1 BH: R. Corns, 2B. TC:
S. Swim, 2B; J. Ferrell, 2B; J.
Phillips, 3B. WP: S. Loeffler (n/a)
LP: S. Noonan (1-2) BH: 2-2
Melbourne 1, Palm Bay 0
MEL: Logan Thomas, 3B. PB:
Corey Allen, 2B. WP: Jae Hassel-
berger (n/a) LP: Andy Krause (0-
2) PB: 0-8
Covenant Christian 30, Bre-
vard Christian 8 (5 innings)
CC: Brad Bauer 2B (2); Keith
Poulus, 2B, 3B; Hade Smith, HR.
BC: C.J. Stevens, 3B. WP: Brad
Bauer (2-0) LP: Peter Martin (n/a)
CC: 1-3
Softball
Covenant Christian 17, Bre-
vard Christian 1 (5 innings)
CC: Sonja Townsend, HR. WP:
Sonja Townsend (n/a) LP: Tene-
sha Simmons (0-1) CC: 2-3 BC:
0-1
Temple Christian 9, Brevard
HEAT 0 WP: Stephanie Salazar
(n/a) LP: Amy LaFontaine (1-3)
BH: 1-3 TC: 3-3
Trinity Prep 10, MCC 0 TP:
Tiffany Schafer, 2B; Alex
Reynolds, 2B. WP: Heather White
(n/a) LP: Savannah McMillan (7-4)
MCC: 7-4 TP: 10-1
Tennis (boys)
Melbourne 6, Rockledge 1 -
SINGLES:' A.J. Nohrr (MEL) def.
Ryan Morgan 7-5, 6-0; Chad
Sandberg (MEL) def. Daniel Diaz
6-1, 6-2; Greg Zimmerman (MEL)
def. Casey Morrison 6-0, 6-0; Eric
Schleicher (MEL) def. Brandon
Stevens 6-0, 6-2; Ross Simmons
(MEL) def. Corey Sapp 7-6 (2), 6-
1. DOUBLES: Sandberg/Schle-
icher (MEL) def. Morgan/Diaz 8-4;
Morrison/Sapp (RCK) def. Pan-
zarino/Booth 8-2 MEL: 5-2 RCK:
4-3
West Shore 6, MCC 1 SIN-
GLES: C.J. Johnson (WS) def.


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Sports
From page B6
All-Star basketball
The Space Coast Prep North-
South All-Star basketball games will
be March 17 at the Melbourne cam-
pus of Brevard Community College.
Teams will be comprised of the
outstanding senior. boys and girls
basketball players as selected by
area coaches.
The boys' North squad will be
coached by Herman Hutchinson of
Space Coast Junior/Senior High
School. The South team will be led
by Satellite High School's Miguel
Garcia.
Game time is 4:30 p.m.
The girls' North team will be led by
Chris Clark of Titusville High School,
and Dwight Leonard of Palm Bay will
S coach the South team.
Game time is scheduled for 2 p.m.
Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for
students. Children under 12 are
admitted free.
Proceeds from the games will go
to benefit Big Brothers and Big Sis-
ters of Central Florida.
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*Anthony Jackson, F,
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*Corey McGann, G, 6'0",
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*Corey Habovick, 5'10",
Satellite
*Greg Proctor, F, 6'3",
Satellite
*T.J. Rennie, F, 5'11",
Holy Trinity
*Bryce Lovett, G, 6'2",
Palm Bay
*A.J. Witkowski, G, 5'10",
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*Anthony Autridge, G,
5'10", Bayside
*Christopher Ronan, F,
6'7", Bayside
*Tom Leonard, C, 6'7",
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*Bryan Brown, G, 5'10",
Eau Gallie
*Richie Wellbrock, G,.
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*Mace Macevicious,C
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*Luis Santiago, G, 5'9",
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North All-stars
*Qier Hall, Cocoa
*Nick Hollinghead,
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*Billy Kight, Space Coast
*Korey Milford, Space
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*James Fulcher,
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*Devan Porter, Titusville
2007 Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Space Coast North-South All-star
basketball rosters (girls)
South All-stars
*Courtney Green, G,
5'7", Palm Bay
*Meghan Maloney, F,
5'11", Palm Bay
*Josie Ratliff, F, 5'7',
Palm Bay
*Taj St. Cloud, C, 5'9",
Melbourne
*Madison Conradis, F,
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*Dyan Spruill, C, 6'0",
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*Kylie Miesbauer, G,
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*Lynisha Nelson, G, 5'5",
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*Elyse Rowe, G, 5'5",
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*Chana Marie-Brown, F,


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*Samantha Anderson, F,
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*Jessica Golson, G, 5'6",
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*Kiara Monroe, F, 5'6",
West Shore
North All-stars
*Erika Bennett,
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*LaQuita Curry,
Astronaut
*Shanail Haynes,
Astronaut
*Sarah Maynard,
Temple Christian
eShalonda Parks,
Titusville
*Dionna Prince,
Titusville
*Katie Schuler, Titusville
*Stephanie Van Qart,
Titusville
*Sheree Davis, Space
Coast
*Sierra Jones, Space
Coast
*Lauren Swift, Space
Coast
*Quanisha Dixon, Cocoa
*Shayla Patrick, Cocoa
*Brittany Leiba,
Rockledge
*DeAnna Leiba,
Rockledge
*Jessica Quinn, Merritt
Island Christian
*Katie Murphy, Cocoa
Beach

All-Star soccer
The Space Coast Prep North-
South All-Star soccer matches will
be March 22 on the campus of Mer-


ritt Island High School.
Scooty Carey of Merritt Island
High School will coach the boys'
North team, and Jerry McCabe from
Melbourne High School will lead the
South squad.
Game time is scheduled for 7:30
p.m.
The North girls will be coached by
Nathan Kennedy of Rockledge High
School, and Brett Terry from the
state champion Satellite High
School Lady Scorpions will lead the
South All-Stars.
Game time is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for
students. Children under 12 are
admitted free.
Proceeds from the games will go
to benefit Big Brothers and Big Sis-
ters of Central Florida.

Local colleges

Florida Tech
Baseball
March 16 at St. Leo
University, 7 p.m.
March 17 at St. Leo
(DH), 1 p.m.
March 20 at Flagler,
6 p.m.
March 23 vs. Rollins,
3 p.m.
March 24 vs. Rollins
(DH), noon
Golf (men)
March 18-20 Blazer
Invitational, Valdosta,
Ga
Softball
March 16-17
Florida Southern Moc
Tournament
March 23 at Rollins,


7 p.m.
Brevard Community College
Golf (men)
March 16-17 Webber
Invitational, Haines City
March 19-20 Embry-
Riddle Invitational,
Daytona Beach

Midnight basketball
A basketball league for players
ages 12-25 is being formed for Fri-
day nights at the Grant Street Com-
munity Center in Melbourne.
There is no cost to participate.
For information, call 674-5723.

Discount golf
Brevard County Parks and
Recreation offers discount golf rates
on all three county courses through
its Discount Green Fee Card and
the annual Advance Green Fee
Card.
For an annual cost of $65, the
discount card offers a free round of
golf with cart, discounts of up to 40
percent on green fees, and a 10
percent discount on pro shop items.
The green fee card offers unlimit-
ed rounds of golf for a full year at all
three county courses for $577.
The offer also includes an addi-
tional 10 percent discount on pro
shop purchases.
For information, visit the pro
shops or the Web site at www.golf-
spacecoast.com.
Coaches, league organizers,
event leaders and camp directors
with news, stats or announcements,
contact Rob Shelburne at Shel-
burne@hometownnewsol.com


Tennis
From page B6


said of Zimmerman. "He is
really on top of his game."
While the top three
players set the pace for
each Bulldogs match, the
No. 4 and No. 5 players
have played, a key role in
Melbourne's success at,
the halfway point.
Schleicher's son, Eric,
has proven to be the
steadiest of the Bulldogs
from the No. 4 spot.
Just a sophomore, ,Eric
Schleicher boasts the
team's best singles record
this season at 7-1. His 6-0,
6-2 victory over Vero's
. Alex Phenagar March 7
proved to be crucial as
Sandberg was being taken
to the wire by Patrick Reil-
ly in a 7-5, 7-5 loss.
Perhaps one of the most
pleasant surprises for
Schleicher in 2007 has
been the play of junior
Jason Panzarino.
A newcomer to the
game, Panzarino has
found a home as the Bull-
dogs' No. 5 and has been
nicknamed "Golden
Retriever" by his coach
and teammates.
"He gets to every ball,"
Schleicher said. "Afid, he
has the patience to keep
playing until his oppo-
nent makes a mistake. We
are very happy to have
him on the team."
Panzarino, who is dual-
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his singles record to 4-1
with a hard-fought 7-6, 6-4
victory over Vero's Ian
Mackay.
Schleicher said the
strong start bodes well for
his team as the district
tournament looms.
"The more play get, the
tougher they become," he
said.
The Bulldogs will take to
the court again March 22
at Titusville High School.
Matches are scheduled to
start at 4 p.m.
On the other side of the
net, the Lady Bulldogs are
in the process of building
a program that will be a
force for years to come.
First-year coach Keith
Green, who also serves as
the girls golf coach at Mel-
bourne, has his team off
to a 5-3 start following a
7-0 loss to undefeated
Vero Beach March 7.
Like the boys team, the
Lady Bulldogs are a
young, competitive
group.
Four of the top five
players are sophomores
with Rachel Nohrr (AJ.'s
twin sister) holding firmly
to the No. 1 spot and fel-
low -sophomore and dou-
bles partner Kaitlin
Abdon a solid No. 2.
Nohrr is accustomed to
the top spot, as she was
the Lady Bulldogs' No. 1
player a year ago.
Abdon, on the other
hand, has risen in the


ranks from No. 4 last year
to her current spot at No.
2.
Both players are 5-3 in
singles matches this year.
"They are very similar,"
green said of his top two
players. "They practice
together a lot, and they
both have solid ground
stroke games and a great
mental attitude. They are
definitely the leaders of
the team." .
The loss to Vero was the
first district loss for Mel-
bourne this season. The
other two defeats came at
the hands of stalwarts
Cocoa Beach and Merritt
Island.


Green said that with the
district tournament just
weeks away, it is vital his
young team gets as much
competition as possible.
"It's good experience for
Rachel and Kaitlin to play
other teams' No. 1 and No.
2 players," he said. "They
will only get better the
more competitive they are
in the district."
The Lady Bulldogs' next
test will come March 22 as
they host Titusville at the
Fee Avenue courts in Mel-
bourne.

Contact Rob Shelburne
at Shelburne@Hometown-
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2007 Melbourne Bull-
dogs girls varsity tennis
team roster
No. 1 Rachel Nohrr,
Soph.
No. 2 Kaitlin Abdon,
Soph.
No. 3 Bonnie
Fotheringham, Sr.
No. 4 Kelsey Gowen,
Soph.
No. 5 Ashley
Hutchinson, Soph.
No. 6 Katie Ziegler, Jr.
No. 7 Corie Fisher, Sr.
No. 8 Amanda Durham,
Fr.
No. 9 Erica Cooney, Fr.
No. 10 Stephanie
Cooney, Jr.


No. 11 Michelle
Schrader, Soph.

2007 Melbourne Bull-
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team roster
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No. 2 Chad Sandberg,
Sr.
No. 3 Greg Zimmer-
man,
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Soph.
No. 5 Jason Panzarino,
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Get into swing of golf by getting your clubs in shape


spring training is in full
swing here in Florida.

Just as baseball players are
gearing up for the season, so
are golfers.
Instead of a ball and bat,
the tools of our trade are
more technically advanced
and built with more preci-
sion.
Some of us have taken the
winter season off from the
game. By now, some of you
are dusting off your clubs in
anticipation of that first
round since late last year. If
you plan to play your best
golf this spring and summer,
it's important that your
equipment be up to the
task.
You need to take a good,
hard look at your clubs. Get
to know them better.
Examine the heads, check
the grips, inspect the shafts
and, most importantly,
make sure that they are as
ready to play as you.
Get a grip

Your grips are probably the
most overlooked part of the
club.
How many of you have an
old club with a grip so hard
that you could drive a nail
with it?
Since the grip is the only
place that you actually
contact the club, your grips
must be in good shape for
you to maintain control and
hit good shots.
If your grips are simply
dirty, wash them off. It's a
good idea to wash your grips
every couple of weeks in a
solution of soap and water.
Between the dirt and oil
on your hands and the dirt
and dust that settle into
your golf bag, you'd be


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist

surprised how much crud
you need to remove. I've
even used soapy steel wool
to get the worst stuff off my
grips.
If your grips are hard or
show wear in spots from
where you hold the club,
then it's time for replace-
ments.
When you replace your
grips, take a good look at
your hand size in relation-
ship to the grip size. Proper-
ly sized grips are an easy
change to make and one
that will make you a more
consistent player.
Larger grips take your
wrists out of your swing and
may help you ifyou're
hitting an ugly hook.
Smaller grips will help
promote a release and get
rid of that push or fade.
Think about making sure
that all of your grips, except
for your putter, are the
same. This is one way to
allowyour hands to have the
same feel with every club in
the bag.

Getting the shaft

Look at each club carefully.
Check for rust. Surface rust


can be removed withWD-40
or a No. 2 pencil. However,
rust will often return. When
it does, it's time to replace
the shaft before it fails.
A more serious shaft
problem would be a dent or
ding in a steel shaft.
These make the shaft weak
and inconsistent, and
should be replaced as soon
as possible to avoid snap-
ping it during a swing.
Make sure that none of
your shafts are loose.
To test your shafts, grab
onto the head with one
hand and the grip with the
other and twist. Any move-
ment or squeaks indicate a
loose head.
Shafts can become loose
through normal play,
especially if you store your
clubs in your car. Extreme
heat or cold can cause the
epoxy to break down.
Check to see if your shafts
match. You want all of them
to have a similar flex. There
should be a half-inch
increment between the
lengths of your irons. Most
wedge sets are all the same
length to promote feel and
consistency with each club.
Woods usually have a 1-
inch increment, except for
certain over-size drivers,
which may be three or four
inches longer than your 3-
wood. If all of your irons'
shafts don't match, the
playability of one club to the
next could be compro-
mised.

Get a head start

How do the club heads
look? Make sure to treat any
rusting or pitting. Car wax
works well on heads as long
as you stay away from the


face and grooves.
Clean out the grooves with
a brush. The buildup of dirt
in the grooves prevents the
club from imparting the
proper spin on the ball. A
ball with little or no spin acts
like a knuckle ball in the air
and doesn't penetrate the
wind or fly very far.
Lastly, check the loft and
lie. This is something that
every professional golfer
does nearly every week.
While most of us don't play
often enough to have our
lofts and lies checked as
often as a pro, it's a good
idea to have it done once or
twice a year.
Clubs can get out of
alignment through normal
play. A two-degree change
in loft can mean as much as
10 yards in distance. A
properly lofted set will not
have any distance gaps.
Ever wonder why you hit
your six-iron the same
distance as your seven?
Maybe their lofts are nearly
the same.
A club that sits too flat will
cause the toe to dig in,
opening the clubface giving
you a slice or fade. A club
that sits too upright will
allow the heel to dig in,
closing the clubface,
Producing a hook.

When in doubt

If you're not sure how to
check all of these items
yourself, call your favorite
shop. If they don't have the
ability to help you, they will
be glad to tell you who can.
Most shops charge a small
fee to adjust your clubs for
loft and lie, and many will
check them for free when
replacing your grips. New


Capsule
From page B7


Evan Addington 7-6, 6-2; Brian
Kuell (WS) def. Matt Kriete 6-1, 6-
3; Evan Bruce (WS) def. Ryan
McGraff 6-3, 6-1; Will Johnson
(WS) def. Michael Batista 6-0, 6-0;
Kyle Hogan (MCC) def. Jerry
Wang 6-3, 6-4. DOUBLES: John-
son/Kuell (WS) def.
Addington/Hogan 8-2; Bruce/Sar-
poolaki (WS) def. Kriete/McGraff
8-5. WS: 5-0 MCC: 2-4
Tennis (girls)
West Shore 6, Holy Trinity 1
- SINGLES: Kelly Kambourelis
(WS) def. Christy Befanis 6-1, 6-
1; Chelsea Motie (WS) def.
Halee Unger 6-0, 6-0; Yana
Motie (WS) def. Katie Florescu
6-1, 6-0; Rosie Contreras (WS)
def. Ashley Suchoski 6-4, 6-2;
Alice Rhee (HT) def. Lindsay
Heinlen 6-1, 7-6 (2). DOUBLES:
Kambourelis/C. Motie (WS) def.
Befanis/Unger 8-1; Y.Motie/Miller
(WS) def. Piersall/Bernier 8-0
WS: 3-1
Melbourne 5, Rockledge 2 -
SINGLES: Rachel Nohrr (MEL)
def. Alexia Eason 75-7-6; Carly
Boyton (RCK) def. Kaitlin Abdon
6-2, 6-0; Bonnie Fotheringham
(MEL) def. Caitlin Clements 6-1,
6-0; Ashli Cardona (RCK) def.
Kelsey Gowen 406, 6-4, 7-5;
Ashley Huchinson (MEL) def.
Emma Hayes 3-6, 6-4, 7-5.
DOUBLES: Nohr/Abdon (MEL)
def. Eason/Boyton 8-4; Fother-
ingham/Huchinson (MEL) def.
Clements/Cardona 8-9, 7-5
MEL: 5-2 RCK: 3-4
March 7
Softball
Melbourne 3, Satellite 2
- MEL: Megan Graham, 2B.
SAT: Sam Reddy, 2B. WP:
Tiffani Bishop (5-4) LP: Donna
Munafo, (7-5) MEL: 5-4 SAT: 8-5
Eau Gallie 5, Space Coast 0
- SC: Patrice Fee, 2B. WP: Ash-
ley Fritz (4-1) LP: Alex Smith
(10-1) EG: 10-3 SC: 13-1
Tennis (boys)
Eau Gallie 7, Gateway 0
- SINGLES: Wagner Chilan def.
Michael Carroll 6-0, 6-0; Andy
Bankert def. Cody Keller 6-0, 6-
0; Alex Pinter def. Matt Patterson
6-0, 6-0; Dilesh Patidar def. Nick
Rivera 6-0, 6-0; Andrew Schilin-
ski def. Carlos Cardona 6-0, 6-0.
DOUBLES: Chilan/Pinter def.
Keller /Patte'rson > 8-0;
Bankert/Miner def. Sereno/Pow-
ers 8-0 EG: 7-0 GTW: 0-5
St. Edwards 6, FAA 1 SIN-
GLES: Andrew Butz (SE) def.
Marcus Sussman 6-1, 6-0;
Raphael Mittegg (SE) def.
.Robert Blanchet 6-0, 6-0; Ryan
Mircil (SE) def. Luis Rivera-
Perez 6-1, 6-0; Conner Pickering
(SE) def. Henrique DeBrito 6-0,
6-0; Derek Dorado (SE) def. Nick


Scottie- 6-0, 6-0. DOUBLES:
Backer/Bessetty (SE) def. Suss-
man/Blatchet 8-3; Rivera-
Perez/DeBrito (FAA) def.
Lyons/Mains 8-5 FAA: 0-5 SE:
6-0
Melbourne 4, Vero Beach 3 -
SINGLES: Sam Kornicks (VB)
def. A.J. Nohrr 6-2, 6-3; Patrick
Reilly (VB) def. Chad Sandberg
7-5, 7-5; Greg Zimmerman
(MEL) def. Harrison Brown 7-6
(5), 6-4; Eric Schleicher (MEL)
def. Alex Phenegar 6-0, 6-2;
Jason Panzarino (MEL) def. Ian
Mackay 7-6 (8), 6-4. DOUBLES:
Kornicks/Reilly (VB) def.
Nohrr/Zimmerman 8-6; Sand-
berg/Schleicher (MEL) def.
Brown/Phenegar 8-3. MEL: 6-2
VB: 4-5
Tennis (girls)
Vero Beach 7, Melbourne 0 -
SINGLES: Natalie Collins def.
Rachel Nohrr 6-0, 6-1; Kendra
Higgins def. Kaitlin Abdon 6-0,
6-0; Joalis Dominguez def. Bon-
nie Fotheringham 6-1, 6-1; Kath-
leen Grossman def. Kelsey
Gowen 6-0, 6-0; Mallory Reed
def. Ashley Hutchinson 6-4, 6-1.
DOUBLES: Collins/Higgins def.
Nohrr/Abdon 8-0;
Dominguez/Grosman def.
Fotheringham/Hutchinson 8-0
MEL: 5-3 VB: 6-0
West Shore 7, Satellite 0 -
SINGLES: Kelly Kambourelis


def. Courtney Sargent 6-0, 6-1;
Chelsea Motie def. Molly
Shapiro 6-0, 6-0; Jana Motie def.
Ellie Kerstetter 6-0, 6-0; Rosie
Contreras def. Haley Rohror 6-2,
. 6-1; Danielle Miller def. Kristen
Hicks 7-5, 6-3. DOUBLES: Kam-
bourelis/C. Motie def.
Sargent/Shapiro 8-0; Contr-
eras/Wang def. Hicks/Young 8-2
WS: 4-1
Track and field (boys)
Satellite 101, MCC 38, Viera
35
Track and field (girls)
Satellite 103, MCC 48, Viera
26
March 8
Baseball
Melbourne 9, Cocoa Beach 4
MEL: Stacy Greer, 2B (2),
Mark Vaughn, 2B. CB: Brian
Johnson, 2B, HR. WP: Chris
Duguei (1-0) LP: Steve Conrod
(n/a) MEL: 8-0 CB: 3-5
Eau Gallie 6, Astronaut 0
EG: Jordan Davis, HR. AHS:.
Mitch Flack, 2B; Jonah Curtis,
2B. WP: Chris Hamper (2-1) LP:
Joe Razer (n/a) EG: 4-3
MCC 11, Temple Christian 1
(5 innings) MCC: Joey Mag-
gliaccio, 2B; Mike Blanke, 2B;
Stefan DeCola, 2B; Brandon
Davis, 2B. WP: Phil Piotrowski
(n/a) LP: Sean Swim (1-1) MCC:
8-2 TC: 2-1


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by Marjory Stoneman Dou-
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Library, 1520 Port Malabar
Blvd. Free. Morrison or Julie
Bryant, (321) 952-4519.
Ballroom Dancing: 1-4
p.m., Palm Bay Community
Center, 1502 Port Malabar
Blvd. N.E. Music by Joe
Cotti and the Regents. $3.
(321) 952-3443.
+ Bunco Bash: 6:15 p.m.,
Knights of Columbus Hall,
3435 S. Fiske Blvd., Rock-
ledge. Refreshments and
desserts. Cash prizes. 18 or
older only. Advance tickets
only: $10. Kay at (321) 253-
8536 or Rachel at (321) 632-
4382. Sponsor: Ladies Aux-
iliary.
+ Wildlife program: 7
p.m., West Melbourne Pub-
lic Library, 2755 Wingate
Blvd. Florida Wildlife Hos-
pital. (321) 952-4508.

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Canoe trip: Canoe trip
to Thousand Islands at 9:30
a.m. Meet at Ramp Road
Park in Cocoa Beach. $5.
Register at (321) 455-1385.
Rummage sale: 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. March 23-24, Wes-
ley United Methodist
Church, 2075 Meadowlane
Ave., West Melbourne.
Lunch available. (321) 727-
7585.
Open meeting: Com-
missioner Chuck Nelson, 9-
11 a.m., Captain's Room,
Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave.
(321) 868-1104.
Gallery Walk: 1 p.m.,
Brevard Museum of Art and
Science, 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. "Making
Great Art on Paper: The
Legacy of Graphicstudio."
Free with admission.'
Cheeseburgers in Par-
adise dinner: 6-8 p.m., Mer-
ritt Island Elks Lodge, 1520
N. Sykes Creek Pkwy. $5.
(321) 452-2560.
Turtle Night: Sea Turtle
Society benefit night and
"Teenage Mutant Ninja
Turtle" Movie Night, 6-8
p.m., Cinemaworld, 4345 W.
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Donations. Bran-
donSmith@alumni.ffit.edu.
+ Dinner, Bunco benefit:
Spaghetti dinner, Bunco
party, 6:30 p.m., Captain's
House, Bianca Drive, Palm
Bay. $12. (321) 726-2328.
Benefits American Cancer
Society
Pre-teen dance: 7-10
p.m., Isaac Campbell Sr.
Community Center,
Titusville. Ages 7 to 12. $5.
(321) 264-5040.
"The Ghost Host Hour"
8 p.m., Surfside Playhouse,
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Beach. $7. (321) 783-3127.
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"DISNEY SALE"
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ALUMINUM LADDER 28
ft extension,$175, call
321-698-3856, So. Brev.
ANTIQUES: Two chairs,
one ft. stool. $50 for all.
321-373-4227 Melb.
ANTQ FLOW blue com-
pote, 1849, English, abt.
avg., water scene. 4x7
$125 772-581-8527 Seb.
APEX TELEVISION,
(RCA) 27 inch, color with
remote, like new, $95,call
321-773-2986, So. Brev.
AQUARIUM, 40 gal.,
light hood, filter, gravel,
heater $75; Refrigerator,
$40. Best offers.
321-757-6894
AQUARIUMS, (2) 30 gal.,
comp., $125; 10 gal., fil-
terpump, fish,$15; 2 leak-
ers, $5/ea. 321-984-8446
ARCADE GAME Aste-
roid full standing size,
coin operated, needs
work. $100.321-779-928 a--
BAKER'S RACK- white
frame, gold shelves &
knobs. Brand New. $85.
321-773-3425 Sat. Beach
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.
BED:, Twin mattress/ box
frame. $100 Pim By
321-676-4336
BEDDING, twin: 2 blue
bedspreads, dust ruff,
valance & 63 in drapery
$100.321-752-8872 Mel.
BEDROOM SET, solid dk
wood, 3 pcs: 2 dressers &
nightstand, $100/all. Call
321-733-0926 So. Brev.
BELT SANDER: Sears,
3"x21", $35 and Sears 6"
sander-polisher, $25
Palm Bay 321-725-7848
BICYCLE PARTS:
Wheels, chains, fenders,
seats, pedals, tires. $100
for lot. 321-773-5241 SB
BICYCLE: W/ 48 cc mo-
tor 1 yr. 700 sz wh. Rear
needs repair. Incl. extras.
$200 321-984-2259 PBy
BIKE TRAILER: Quick N
Ez by InStep. Grt. cond.
$70. Convert. Crib. w/
mat. $70 321-480-7215
BIRD CAGE, metal,
green and yellow,
39x19x18, good cond,
$40, call 321-725-6107.
BIRDCAGE 18"wide x
14" deep x 22" high. $15.
Euruka vacuum cleaner.
$10. 321-254-6167 S.Brv
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. Brayev.
Camcorder JVC gr-sxm
37, 25x optical/1000x dig.
zoom, 2.5" LCB, New!
$199 321-729-1433 SBrv
see photo online @ www.
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CAMERA: CANNON
35mm T60 w/ 4 lens
$100 321-254-9753 Melb


CANOE 17', 2 paddles,
good condition. $200.
772-240-2414 S. Brev.


CASH REGISTER anti-
que. $100. Extension lad-
der. $35. Bartender set.
$10. 321-723-2716 S.Brv
CEILING FANS (2),
Hunter, like new, $40
each, call 321-722-0462.
CHAIR: Swivel rocker.
Beige upholstery. Very
clean. $24 321-253-4768
Melb.
CHAIRS: Director type.
Bar height. 2. White cush
both $25. 321-723-9640
Palm Bay
CHEMISTRY LAB appa-
ratus, flask, beakers, etc,
$45, call 321-409-8684.
CHEVROLET, 1986: 4.3
Eng. gd. cond. Carb. V6
$200 321-725-0000 Palm
Bay
CHILDREN'S CLOTHES
pants, dress, tops. asst.
sz. New stuffed toys. $2
ea. 321-723-1160 Melb.,
CHINA SERVICE: 8 plus
many xtras, still boxed.
Pd. $250, sell for $100.
772-770-2090 Vero
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, round,
glass top w/gold base,
like new $150, call
321-242-0072, So. Brev.
COFFEE TABLE, solid
wood, Lane, 56" long;
corner table 30"x30", $75
each, call 321-259-2754.
COGNAC- LOUIS xii bot-
tle, 750mL, w/glass top &
box, $135, call
321-984-3034, So. Brev.
COLEMAN GRILL to go,
with carrying case,on
wheels,like new, $80, call
321-951-9668, So. Brev.
COMPUTER ARMOIRE:
Very nice, Lg. oak w/file
draws/cubbies/end $150
321-953-3383 Palm Bay.
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.
COUCH: 2 pc sectional.
very comfortable, must
-see..$200., 321.368-7854.,
Merritt Island.
CRIB: WHITE, Great
cond. w/ simmons mat-
tress. $50 321-779-8286
Indialantic.
CURIO PINE, attractive,
like new, lighted, glass
top, 74"x20". $195/obo.
321-768-1620 S. 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.
DESK: ROLLTOP, mod-
ern 56Lx38Hx23D $140,
Upholster chr 2 armless
$25 321-242-3168 Melb
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. MIbr. 321-676-3849
DINING CHAIRS: set of
4. mod decorative metal
frm. w/ off-wht seats. $25
321-242-2850 Melbourne
DINING TABLE glass
top, whitewash, 4 chairs,
simple but elegant. $200.
732-762-4337 Melb. Bch.
DINING TABLE Walnut
w/ 4 chairs. $100. Bar-
stools (3) high back.
$50.321-255-1778 SBrev
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.
DININGROOM TABLE,
glasstop, wrought, iron
ped.,4 chairs, good cond.,
$100.321-501-9262
DISHWASHER, GE, in
box, firm bisc color,
$100, call 321-724-4269.
DISHWASHER, WHITE,
Kit c h e nAid ,
w/replacement front pan-


el,$20 call 321-728-5884.
DISHWASHER: Fridged-
aire, ultra quite pot/china
cycle. vry gd cond. $60,
772-228-9140
DOG CARRIER for dog
up to 601lbs, $35, call
321-253-4504, So. Brev.
DOORS, FLAT (3)
30" x 80". $10 each.
321-676-2911 S. Brev.
DRESSER DRAWER,
$30; Entertainment cen-
ter, $30; Deacon's bench,
$30, call 321-652-8174.


DRESSER, MIRROR,
night table. White wicker
(Mimbre) material $100/
all. 321-725-4127 S.Brev.
DRILL PRESS, Delta 12"
bench, $70; Ohio Forge
6" bench grinder, $20.
321-729-9395 So. Brev.
DRUM SET Full Size.
$100.321-952-1925 SBrv
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
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER: All oak w/ glass
door. 27" TV. Good cond.
$150. 321-433-0191 Roc
EXERCISER: STAMINA
Ultra Glide Model 55,
Exc. cond. $25 obo Melb
321-254-0078
EXT. LADDER: 28'. Has
pie brkt & hks attchd. Grt.
cond. 12' sect. bonus.
$200 321-984-3898 PBy
FISH TANK- 55 gallon
with stand and accesso-
ries. $125/obo. Please
call 321-724-2194 SBrev.
FISHING RODS 9 pieces
split- bamboo -fly and
bay walnut wood case,
$175, call 321-704-3349.
FLOORING, HARD-
WOOD, Sakura (birch), 3
new boxes of 19 sf ea.
$75/all. 321-633-4426
FREEZER: small chest, 2
years new, like new con-
dition, $150. Please call
321-956-8709 Sd. Brev.
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.
GOLF CLUBS Mens
comply. set. Cobra, Pinna-
cle ahd Power Bilt. Plus
$125 321-289-7990 Rock
GOLF CLUBS- left hand-
ed, full set, 3 woods, 8
irons, exc cond., w/ bag.
$150.321-639-7013 SBrv
GRAPHICS CARD, ati
radeon x300, 256 mb,
3D, x16 pci express, $35
call 321-773-8567.
GRILL: STAINLESS.
New. Lg. w/ 12k btu side
burner. Never used. $190
321-987-9688 W. Melb.
GUITAR, JR. acoustic.
32", zipper case. exc.
cond. $25. Melb. Beach.
321-952-1376
GUN CABINET lighted,
holds 10 long guns, lock-
able glass door/drawers.
'$65;321-255-0396 SBrev '
GUN SAFE: Key pad
entry. BIk metal. Lke
new. $200 obo Merritt Is.
321-459-3963
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.
HIGH CHAIR, $25; Lg
Graco Stroller, $25; Child
play yard, $30; call
321-676-5082, So. Brev.
HOT TUB: 5 person. Vita
Spa. Jet/blower opts. gd
cond. needs motor repair.
$100 810-706-0085 PBy
HUB CAPS: (4) '77 Olds
Delta 88 Royale, exc
cond. $40 772-388-3830
Sebastian
HURRICANE LAMP,
white shade, rose color
flowers on base, like new,
$100. 321-727-8001
JACKET Leather, La-
dies, sz Med, camel colo-
r. Paid $350, sell $100.
Like New! 321-638-4615
KEYBOARD: CASIO
CTK573 w/ 61 keys. new
cond. 100 song bk plus...
$100 321-255-5653 Melb.
KING MATTRESS, box-
spring, plus frame, excel-
lent condition, $75, call
321-255-1371, So. Brev.y,
LAWN MOWER, '06 Troy
Built, 21", 7hp,R drive, R
bag, mulch, Like new,
$125, call 321-259-5360.
LAWN MOWER, Toro,
self propelled, 6.5hp, to-
taly overhauled $200, call
321-253-5638, So.Brev.

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play house, adjustable,
$60; Warner Alum. 8-16
ladder $70. 321-604-6507
MAGNET MATTRESS
pad. 3000 ct. Perfect
cond. .$100 772-589-5194
Sebastian.
MAGS: ALUMINUM, Z28
15x7 5 spoke fit '80-81.
$180 321-956-0894 So.
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MAPLE DESK, solid, 4
drawers, $50; Solid teak
console w/2 speakers,
$100, call 321-777-5561.
MASSAGE TABLE: Life
Gear. Portable. Incl. carry
bag. Ex. cond. $100
Melb. 321-253-4213
MATTRESS SET: Calif.
King. w/ frm. Serta Perf.
Sip. sid fm. Ex cnd. $100
321-727-1842 W. Melb.
MATTRESS SET:
Queen. Ex Cond. $100.
Sebastian 772-581-3864.
MATTRESS/BOX SPGS,
King excel cond $100.
321-266-5858 Rockledge
MICHELIN TIRES (4) on
alloy rims 215 70 15,
asking $125, call
321-729-6584, So. Brev.
MICROWAVE, KEN-
MORE w/ turntable $30;
microwave cabinet, $10
call 321-984-1085.
MICROWAVE: PANA-
SONIC Genius Premier
1100W w/ rev. rnd try.
$25 obo. 321-726-8714
MICROWAVE: UNDER
cabinet. Off-white. Like
new. $75 321-952-9155
Palm Bay
MIRROR, OVAL, framed
38x28, new, $75, call
321-704-1799, So. Brev.
MODEL AIRPLANE:
(old) & parts $200 call
321-480-9671 Melbourne
MONITOR & Color print-
er. Compac 17"/ HP Col-
orjet3915. In bx. $50ea.
$95bth 321-722-9088 Mel
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.
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
PATIO SET: Alum. weld.
tbi, 4 chrs., lounge, side
tbl., Iv seat. $175 obo.
321-504-9588 Cocoa
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
POOL TABLE: 7.5 leath-
er pocket. Brand new.
$175 321-723-4007 WMb
PORTABLE TOILET,
sunrise model, new, un-
used, $44, call
321-288-2924, So. Brev.
POWER STEAMER:
Deep cleaning mach. Bis-
sell. $20 Melbourne.
321-768-1714
PRINTER Lexmark
x1270, all in one color
copier, printer, scanner,
$45, call 518-496-7707.
PUNCHING BAG, heavy,
Everlast, w/gloves, never
used, $50, call
321-253-1823, So. Brev.
PUSH POLE for flats
fishing sold boat w/o it,
good cond, $185, call
321-795-1874, So. Brev.
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, KENMORE,
bisque, $160; Dishwash-
er, Kenmore, $75, call
321-729-6445, So. Brev.
RANGE: ELECTRIC Wht
w/ blk 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..
RECLINER,slender, sage
green, A1, $100; 6 drawer
dresser,30"Hx1 6"Wx74"L,
$100. 321-984-2537
REFRIGERATOR 18.5
cubic feet, Admiral, ex-
cellent condition. $150.
321-724-2189 S. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR GE,
26 cuft., ssie by side, ice
& water in door, almond,
$150. 321-255-5297SBrv


REFRIGERATOR- AD-
MIRAL, 18.5 cu.ft., white,
good condition $125.
321-723-0138 S. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR:
WHIRLPOOL,. w/ dbl drs.
Ice/dispense syst. $200
ex cnd. 321-626-5732 MI
RIDING MOWER 12 hp
38" cut, excel. condition
w/new belt and battery,
$125, 321-427-6683.
ROUND TABLE: 54", 4
ladder back chrs. $150.
Stack wash/dry Kenmore
$50 321-453-6238 Merlsl.


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: An-
tique Singer $200 obo.
321-288-2308 Indialantic
SHAWLS, LADIES, hand
crocheted, elegant, $15.
321-690-2229 Viera East
SILVER DOLLARS (10) -
1899-1850, sharp images
dates preserved $195/all.
267-626-7839. Palm Bay.
SOFA: Ivory. fits any de-
cor. Beaut. cond. $175
321-633-6614 Rockledge
STEREOS (2) $25 &
$95. Phones- 2 $10/ea. 1
cordless. $35. thigh/bun
xercsr.$25. 321-777-4153

SUPPLIES: BEAR & doll
making supplies. Free.
Call Nancy. Melbourne
321-626-7266
TABLE DINING, formal, 3
chairs, $75. Dryer, elec-
tric; $30. 321-676-1323
So. Brevard
TABLE SAW & Lawn
mower. Incl. miter, fnc,
bid, mot. $50. Mower 21"
$50 321-768-1554 Melb.
TABLE SYSTEM: Westo
Inversion. Used once.
Sandee. $200.
321-639-q392 Rockledge
TABLE w/ (4) chairs,
country style, $150; car
seat, $10; comp. desk,
$10, call 321-777-0511.
TABLE, RATTAN, glass
top, two chairs, great con-
dition, $35. 321-728-9173
So. Brevard
TILE FLOORING, look
like wood, appr. 130sf, w/
2 30# bags mortar, $75/
all. 321-652-1713 S. Brev
TIRES (2), Goodrich,
7/32 tread, hp215, 15 or
16 on rims, $75 for each,
call 321-728-3867.
TIRES: 4 Goodyear. As-
surance TripleTred.
205/65R15. Lk new. $200
321-777-1543 Sat. Bch.
TRUCK BED rails (2),
crome, 4x4 or 5x5, Ford
or Lincoln, $175 for both,
call 321-254-6612.
TRUCK CAP White 8 ft.
gd cond $200.00 'obo
321-288-2312 Indialantic
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's: 26" Zenith cons. w/
VCR & store. Walnut cab.
Grt pix. $65. 19" Sharpe
$45 321-409-0251 W.Mel ,
TV- ZENITH 25". $40. TV
Cabinet, Walnut Inlaid.
$100. Statue Stand. $10.
321-728-1739 S. Brev.
TV: PHILLIPS 55" wide
scrn. proj. ex. shp. wks
Ike new. $200. Palm Bay
321-298-7043.
TYPEWRITER, ELEC-
TRIC Smith Corona, car-
rying case, works great,
$25, call 321-298-2408.
VACUUM CLEANER -
Eureka, commercial,
model C2094GTO. $95.
321-952-5597. S. Brev.
WASHER & Dryer Set -
Whirlpool, work very well,
hardly used. $150/both.
203-494-8000 S. Brev.
WASHER & DRYER,
large capacity, works
greatly $85 each, call
321-725-4241, So. Brev.
WASHER DRYER: Ken-
more & GE. Good condo.
$100 321-698-7301 Co-
coa.
WASHER/DRYER sm.
load, Whirlpool stackable
set, still under warranty!
$199. 321-984-0796 sBrv
WASHER: KENMORE
70 series. Hvy duty. Vry
gd. cond. wks grt. $150
321-267-9668 Titusville
WATER COOLER, GE,
hot/cold dispenser w/
small fridge, below, ex.
cond., $70, call
321-574-5092.
WOOL RUG, beautiful
8x12, $200 Firm, call
612-296-5911, So. Brev.




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Dade, openers, Case-
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all 8 years new. Mel-
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SHOWER INCLOSURE -
new, euro style, door,
20.5"x69.25" x3/8" w/ sta-
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sell $650. 321-259-2142
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BAR STOOLS, (2), con-
temporary, $50/set; Desk,
contemporary, $75; Patio
set, 7 pcs., $125. Best of-
fers. 321-639-2341
CABINET Curio, Pulas-
ki, pine, lighted, glass
shelves,. 85"xl 5"x31".
$425. Pine table & mirror
available. 321-255-3315
COUCH, LOVESEAT &
Recliner. (all reclining)
medium tone, multi-color
fabric. Good Cond. 1 yr
old $500 321-722-2768
DINING ROOM SET,
large, all oak wood, rec-
tangular table w/leaf, 6
chairs, like new, $600
obo. 321-725-0566
DINING TABLE, solid
oak pedestal, 60" round,
w/ claw foot base, 4
chairs, $325. Please call,
321-777-3951 / 243-2881
See photo online at www.
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AD#68200
DOLPHIN DININGROOM
glass top table, 4 chairs,
$500. 321-383-0990
FURN.:various pcs.: end
tables to sofa tables, bak-
ers rack, too many pcs. to
mention! Must see to
appreciate. 321-253-9046
FUTON, DELUXE queen,
incl. pillows, cover, draw-
ers. Paid over $1000,
never used. Asking $300/
obo. 321-779-1417
LIVING ROOM Set (4pc)-
taupe, couch, loveseat,
oversized chair & coffee
table all in excellent cond
$550. 203-494-8000SBrv


MEMORY FOAM
Thera-Peutic NASA Mat-
tress: Q-$399, K-$499,
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SECRETARY DESK,
Mission Oak, tiger grain,
orig. brass pulls, cubby,
drawers, near exc. cond,
$1500/obo. 321-635-9184
See photo online at www.
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AD#67501
SELECT Comfort Bed:
Queen size, dual
controls, excellent cond.
$395. 772-664-8025

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GERRY CHAIR, $450;
manual wheelchair, $100;
Jazzy 1100,$1200; Hospi-
tal bed w/ mattress & pad,
$200. BO's.321-636-5697
Power Chair & Lift- like
new 4001b., Capacity.
Jazzy select 1400 chair
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Singulair $51.00, Nor-
vasc $26.00, Advair
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FABRIC Beautiful, pre
cut Polyester, 11 Cartons
avail., 30-40 pieces per,
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ly! $50/ea. 321-268-9810
KILN EVENHEAT, pf
2322, ceramic & glass,
programmable, all furni-
ture included. You pick
up. $550. 321-255-1936
KILN, DUNCAN automat-
ic ceramic, extra clean,
22" diameter, 19.5"D, w/3
shelves, $350. Also
molds, stilts, posts for
sale. 321-452-2938


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GUITAR Guild JF 3.0,
sunburst, hard shell case
excellent condition, great
sound, new $1000, sell
$600/obo. 321-289-1184




BOWFLEX ULTIMATE 2
-(2 months new!) w/ all
attachments including ab
cruncher. Will deliver/set
up $1500. 321-525-0754
KANGAROO CADETS,
(2), includes seat/battery/
charger, like new, very
good shape, $275/ea. or
$500/both. 321-259-6488



COCOA/ MELBOURNE,
Rinker Spring Sale! Sat.
March 17th, 7-1.2. 3345 E.
Sn,3uir R.1 OR' 1200
Lake Washington Rd.
Stone, Glass block .pa-
vers and other items for
your home, business or
landscape.
INDIAN HARBOR BCH,
Sat. & Sun., March 17th &
18th, 8-5. Exit. at Gleason
Park to 231 Marion St.
Crib, strollers, carseat,
boys' 0-8, king bed set,
Pier One glass dining ta-
ble & dresser, grill,.misc.
PALM BAY SE, Thur.,
Fri., & Sat., March 22nd,
23rd, 24th, 8-2. 362 Eck-
ert St. Barbie Jeep, Leap
Frog toys, high end house
wares, Hague water sys:,
music, movies, ladies &
children's clothes & more.
VERO BEACH
Highlands: Sat. 3/17, &
Sun. 3/18. 10am-6pm,
1716 16th Ave. SW off of
17th lane. Furniture,
electronics, & tools.
Much, much morel!
WEST MELBOURNE -
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Sale -714 Tennessee St.
(take Minton to Milwau-
kee Ave). Designer appa-
ral, baby items, hh items,
small electronics, tools,
motorboat, fishing gear +


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CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES:
Tiny CKC puppies, 1st
shots & health certificate.
$875 and up. For more
info call 772-564-9819
FERRET cute, male w/
large cage and all acces-
sories. Sweet, fun and
descented. $150. Call
Robin @ 321-212-9276
See Photo Online www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
Ad # 3166
GERMAN SHEPHERD
Pups, 3 females, 1 male,
8 wks, bik/tan & bik/slvr,
looking for good homes!
$150/ea. 321-373-5386
See photo online at www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
AD#3200
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
pups, beautiful & healthy,
parents on premises,born
2/5,ready 4/9. health cert.
Light to dark colors. Tak-
ing dep's. 321-724-5638.
See photo online at www.
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GUINEA PIGS, (2); Gold
fish w/tank. Both FREE!
918-633-4860 So. Brev.
ITALIAN Greyhound/Min
Pin. Hybrid- Female, 11
weeks, 1st Shots/Heart-
worm, sweet tiny prancer
needs quiet, adult home.
$150.321-984-2986.
ITALIAN Greyhound/Min
Pin. Hybrid- Female, 11
weeks, 1st Shots/Heart-
worm, sweet tiny prancer
needs quiet, adult home.
$150.321-984-2986.
JACK RUSSEL PUP-
PIES- 3 females, beauti-
ful markings, smooth
coats, 2 have short legs,
Must see!!! For pica:
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m. Dew claws removed,
tails docked & first shots.
$375 386-428-7663
LABRADOR PUPS, (4)
males, AKC, shots, health
certificates, chocolate &
black, ready April 5th,
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males, $550/ea., black &
tan, AKC, health certifi-
cates,, 1st shots, 10 wks.
321-639-6564. See www.
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for photo. AD#3163
MINI SCHNAUZERS,
AKC, black, 1 male, 1
female, $500/ea. Parents
on premises. Ready now!
321-956-0063 / 759-1406
OLD ENGLISH SHEEP-
DOG Puppies. $600.
AKC. Ready now!
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UKCI. Toys & minis.
mccartysratterriers.com
$400. 352-591-2271
SHIH TZU Pups (3)
males 8 wks.AKC papers,
vet checked, 1st shots.
Ready to go home now!
$550/ea. 321-727-7237



PASO-FINO GRAY, geld-
ing, reg. w/Paso-Fino
Horse Assn., easy rider,
smooth gate, $2025 firm
w/tack. 321-799-3136


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$145,000. 321-536-1438


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TEQUESTA. COVE -
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VERO BEACH Condo,
Tile firs, nice 55+ comm.
updated & ready for new
owners. $79,900 John
king, Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054
Vero Beach: 2/2, 1st fir,
pool, clbhse, boat dock,
fully furn.Walk to shop-
ping. Priced to sell $195K
Lease option or Ovner
Financing Owner/ Broker
772-978-7217
VERO: Vista Royale 55+
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newly renovated, fully
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Jameson Place
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321-615-8934
Villas at Lake
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Holly Trace at Bayside
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DAYTONA BEACH 3
bed, Fam. Rm., W/D
Fen. Yard. 1332 Eugene
Black Street. $146,900.
McSharry Realty Call
Sue (386)871-4756
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home, 3/2, large fam rm
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laminate firs, sec. syst.,
Nicely landscaped yard
Exc. cond. .$244,900.
321-259-3478
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1937sf. Granite counter
tops, hardwood & tile
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pool home, 2227sf., open
plan.Master bath w/jetted
tub & sep shower, double
vanity. $519,900. Belinda
DeMasso Re/Max Alter-
native 321-960-1506
LAKEWOOD PARK:
Sebastian rd. 2/1/1 CBS,
insulated impact resistant
windows, & drs, Lake vw,
priv. Fence back yard.
$138,000 772-462-2966
LONGWOOD ESTATES,
Huge price reduction 3/2
brick, 20x30 solar & gas
scrn pool,, lots parking,
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Arbor Dr., 2060sf., re-
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lot with room for
RV-Boat-Trailer-Pool.
Fam. rm. w/wood burning
fireplace, formal LR. DR.,
utility. $249,500. OPEN
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386-852-3263.
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Conv loc, 1st fir has new
cer tile. Upstairs has car-
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porch has wrought iron
rail. Much much morel!
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PALM BAY 218 Umber
St. 3/2 has bonus room,
fireplace,FR/den,1640sq',
scrnd room/lanai, pool &
hot tub under gazebo.
$219,900. 321-604-2295
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PALM BAY 3bd/2ba/2
car garage, large rooms,
LR/DR, covered porch,
big fenced yard, city wa-
ter, great location! Price
Negotiable 321-728-1821
PALM BAY 6bd/3.5ba
w/ pool, LR/DR/FR, cus-
tomized kitchen & master
suite, 3591sq', scrnd la-
nai, new roof & 2 AC's
$329,500. 321-676-3242
PALM BAY Beautiful!
940 Fairhaven St NE,
3bd/2ba, 1100 sq ft
$195K. Seller pays clos-
ing costs 321-591-6924
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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
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BEAUTY: 3/2/2, city wa-
ter, vaulted ceilings, like
new carpet/fresh paint, 2
porches, huge mango
trees w/ fruit. Fin. Avail.
$176K. offers considered
321-733-7120/794-5962.
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PALM BAY NE-2BR/2BA
/carport, CBS. Screen
porch. Fenced yard,
renovated, $120,900.
321-674-3944; 698-7900

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ble starter! 2/1 + extra
room,1388sf, .32 ac., qui-
et neighborhood,lg. shad-
ed lot, Ig. eat-in kitchen,
$119,000. 321-676-6223
PALM BAY SE -
REDUCED $20K to
$159,800! 3/2/1, 5K down
$888/mo. Owner financ-
ing 6.5% fixed! Compl.
renovated! 321-795-2604
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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Judy 321-537-4364. See
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PALM BAY SE- Our loss,
your gain! Amazing,
large, bright. Never lived
in! 3/2/2, $189,000.
321-508-8666
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, 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
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Creek. Well kept 3/2/2
great yard & location. A+
schools. Lowest price in
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$399,900. 561-662-5735


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PORT SAINT JOHN
4br/2ba, 1600 sqft.
248 Jablo Ave, $190K
321-591-6924 or
MerrittislandMay@aol.com
See ad #34656 at
www.HometownNewsOL.com

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 LUCIE, 3/2/1,
wood/ tile firs, scrn pool,
corner lot. Nice location.
5 min to SLW, conv to
195, & schools. $195,000.
Incl. appl. 772-380-3610

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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
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TITUSVILLE 3405 Wil-
lis Ave $170k. Seller pays
all closing costs. 3/2/2,
1528 sq ft, 'CBS, great
location just north of
Lowes. 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com
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 Fully up-
dated 4br/lba, 313 Ole-
ander PI. 1400 sqft. New
roof, A/C, kitchen, bath,
paint, carpet & more.
Move in now! $140K.
Seller pays all closing
costs. 321-591-6924 or
MerrittislandMay@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-
MACULATE! $135,000
772-567-1739
West Melbourne Lake-
front, 4/2.5/2, 2223 Living
sq', 3281 total, Ig. custom
Kit., 2 pantries, 30'x10'
porch, big playground!!!
$359,000. 321-728-0036
See HD Slideshow of
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A great deal low HOA
$61 pm, 2/2.5/1 Central
M.I. Townhouse
$189,900 Call Gail VKR
3 2 1 5 0 1 4 0 6 7
www.gailhomesales.com
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
MELB. BEACH town-
home, Live beachside!
Resort style living! Beau-
tiful 2/1.5, private, ocean
to river comm., gated,
$210,000. 954-649-3484
See photos online www.
HometownNewsOL.bom
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- By Owner,
2/2/2, like new, bright,
open, no assoc. fee. Must
sell $293K. Open house
3/18, 3/25, 12-4. 594 Cin-
namon Dr. 321-779-9361

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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
SEBASTIAN New Villas
starting at $185,000! Call
John King Broker/Owner
at Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054
VERO BEACH Trillium
New TH on lake, 1864sf,
2br/2.5ba/2cg, den + loft
master 1st/fir. Asking
$217.500. MLS .48947
O w ner/Agent
561-267-5389
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, compl. re-
modeled,walking dis-
tance to restaurants.
Units can be sold indi-
vidually, $430,000.
321-961-1559


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
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maps, sizes & prices.
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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
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NW Palm Bay, By Own-
er.Port Malabar,Unit 48,
.23 acres,partially cleared
& filled, water hooked up,
desirable area. Reduced
$76,900. 321-728-9543
PALM BAY SW, quiet,
cleared 85'xl 10' 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
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 Lastl 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 Xl1193




PORT ORANGE- FOR
SALE BY OWNER.
Crane Lakes. Gated, 18
hole golf course, tennis &
more. 2bdrm/2ba, w/lg.
retreat overlooking view
of lake and the beautiful
island green. Porch with
adjustable windows to
view the FI 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
location!!! 321-783-5128
COCOA FSBO: 3/2 on
own Lot, 20'x12' FL RM,
Alum. roof, carport, work-
shop, very good cond.
$117,900 or Lease Op-
tion Avail. 321-504-9685
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 w/shed, 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/sinmk
$36K obo 772-460-1498
JUPITER FARMS Must
be moved 12X60
2br/2ba, new w/d &
stove, new a/c, plumbing,
temporary pole incl.,
$3,200. 561-743-3732
LAKES OF Melbourne
1991 Fleetwood, 24x54, 2
BR/2 BA, W/D, dishwash-
er, screened porch, tile
throughout, $25,000. Call
321-525-1280



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 LAKES
of Melbourne, 2 BR/ 2
BA, large family room;
completely furnished,
screened porch & patio.
$65,000. 321-768-0523
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- 2/1,
furnished, single wide is
12'x45', FL RM is 10'x45',
carport, walk to golf
course/beach, fish off riv-
er dock, corner lot! $19k
make offer 321-956-1863
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
MICCO 2bd/1.5ba in
55+ park w/ pool, fully
furnished, 870 sq ft, AC,
cable TV, carport + more.
Available on 3/291 Only
$9500/obo.772-664-9049
MICCO River Grove Vil-
lage, 55+ Park, 2/2, Car-
port, fully furnished, May-
tag Appliances, Clean &
smoke free, scrnd porch -
Move-in ready! $18K/obo
321-632-7733/960-5246
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, conv. 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 seel!
$15,900. Make offer
419-230-8338
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. p1, 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 seel
$48,950. 772-461-7631,
cell: 631-804-2733.
TRAILER HAVEN Park,
55+, 24x40 furn. double
wideBLot 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 Wood
Lawn Manor. Beautiful
'96 single wide 2/2. Cen-
tral air & heat, new car-
peting, some furn. One
owner, Non-smokers,


W/D, Shed, screen porch
& car-port $28,000
772-569-5159
VERO BEACH 55+ Com-
munity Fully Furn 2/2
WATERFRONT Home!
ONLY $29,900 Move in
ready! 772-567-9690
falrlaneharborhomes.com


VERO BEACH: 2005
Fleetwood 2BR/2BA,
Florida room, screened
room, extra parking,
large carport. $70K.
727-204-2666
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, 3 BR/
2 BA, 24'x60' w/land,
scrnd room & shed, pool,
clubhouse. Park doesn't
allow kids. $75,000/obo.
321-951-9728 / 258-9203
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#35745
WEST MELBOURNE -
55+ Park, 2bd/2ba, wash-
er & dryer,. AC/Heat, car-
port, screen & FL room,
shed, fully furnished, hur-
ricane awnings, perfect
condition. 321-255-1746
WEST MELBOURNE,
3/2, very large double-
wide in Lamplighter Vil-
lage, 1536 sq. ft., 469
Windgate Ct., Ig. scrnd.
porch, util. rm, many ex-
tras! 55+. Priced to sell!
Call Ken 703-307-5344




IIIDOUBLE YOUR IN-
VESTMENT IN ONE
YEAR!!! 2289 builders
lots in gated golf course
community. $3995 Buy
one or buy them all. Lake
lots still available. Florida,
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TODAY 1-954-471-7248.
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MOUNTAIN PROPER-
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acreage. Views and
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and brochure. Appala-
chian Land Company,
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ABINGDON,VA 1900+
ac, mtn prop w/hwy &
lake .front, int. roads,
$4500ac ow@owacc.com
828-292-0365/912-375-6
016
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Bay Front & Bay View
lots available. 3/31
11am. 22 Lots will sell.
12 will sell Absolute. For
information
www.vanderee.com. Call
anytime. 941-488-1500
Neal VanDeRee Auction-
eers
AFFORDABLE BUILD-
ING lots in middle Ten-
nessee. All utilities. Re-
strictions. Meadow view
S/D. Starting $16,500.
1-615-597-2070. POB
458. Smithville, TN
37166.
AFFORDABLE FLORIDA
"OCEANFRONT"
VACATION HOME
Closest beaches to
'Disney. Charming
one-bedroom Suite
condo-hotel. Money
maker when not using.
www.tuckawayshores.com
Jacqui (321)591-6147;
JacquLim@bellsouth.net
ALABAMA LAND SALE
10,000+ acres in 70+
tracts Timberland,
farmland, & development
property. Statewide
sealed bid. Bids are due
in AlaLandCo office
:00pmC.S.T. 4/3/2007.
www.AlaLandCo.com
1-866-751-LAND (5263)
ALL WESTERN North
Carolina Mtn Properties.
ERA Carolina Mountain
Homes Real Estate,
Murphy, NC
carolinamtnhome.com
Call us first. We have va-
cation rentals and free
brochure 1-800-747-7322
ext.101
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


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
BIG RIVER Acreage By
Owner, 260 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
Boone, North Carolina-
Beautiful Victorian with
White Picket Fence in
Great Area! 4/2.5/2, Fire-
place w/ Gas Logs, Huge
Laundry, 4k sq', .57 acre
$379,900. 828-773-6312
Photos of Home at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
See Ad # 36753

CATSKILL MOUNTAIN
SACRIFICE
5ac-Was$59,900. Now
$39,900. Priced way be-
low market! Gorgeous
valley views, stone walls,
fields & woods on quiet
country road! Near ski-
ing & lakes! Build or
invest!l Terms Motivated.
seller! Hurry!
888-925-9277
www.upstateNYland.
corn
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
Coastal GA. 135+ AC,
$249,900! GA/FL border.
Mature pines, abundant
wildlife. Long rd
frontages, utils, black rail
fencing. Potential to
Subdivide! Excellent
financing. Call Now
1-800-898-4409 x1174
COME TO The Moun-
tains! Re/Max Mountain
Properties offers the best
properties avail in West-
ern NC. Mountain views,
creeks, cabins & acre-
age. Call toll free, 800-
708-4252 or visit www.
cometothemountains.com

EAST TENNESSEE!I
11.6+ ACRES 'Prime
Location Lays great!
Some pre-development
Engineering done.
Zoned RP-3 City Utilities
and schools nearby.
$986,000 email
renoabs@yahoo.com or
423-791-0898 +
ELLIJAY GA 1.77ac
320+ft Creekfront. Lots of
wildlife. Perk Test. Build
your cabin in the woods.
$41,900 561-818-9226
email kanati@aol.com
Tom GentryHomeSales.com
828-837-6363
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
FL Land Bargains. 5 to
100 Acres 30% to 50%
below market. Call
1-866-352-2249, x1201

FLORIDA LAND:
Naples/ Golden Gate
350 lots from $34,900.
Some Owner Financing
Canal 1-10 acres
1-800-957-6886
Naples Realty Services,
Inc. Dave HuffTeam
Goldengateland.com

FLORIDA, Palm Harbor
Homes. Own your own
land. Lots & re-sale
homes available.
866-765-4229
772-663-0064
Barefoot Bay Realty Inc.
www.Barefootbayrealty.com
Barefootrealty@bellsouth
.net, Jack Grantham,
Licensed RE Broker

FREE VACATION
Tennessee Mtns Free
Vacation to visit our
mountain acreage
community overlooking
the Tennessee River.
Call 706-657-7655
GA/FL Border Huge
Savings! 23.55 AC, only
$109,900(Was $124,900)
Coastal region. Wooded,
loaded with wildlife. Long
rd frontages, utils, new
survey. Subdivision
Potential! Excellent
financing. Call Now
1-800-898-4409 x1157
GEORGIA EMANUEL-
COUNTY 96.96ac-
$1,925/ac. Creek, hard-
wood bottoms, pond
sites, two county roads.
JOHNSON COUNTY -
38.73ac $2,225/ac Nat-
ural & planted pine, hard-
woods, county road, good
hunting area.
404-362-8244 St. Regis
Paper Company
www.stregispaper.com


GEORGIA -
Great Investment
7600sq.ft. grocery store
building & restaurant on
lac. in Warrenton.
Includes equipment.
Tenant occupies 800sqft.
$6000/year. $199,000.
706-364-4200


GAINESVILLE: 3br/3ba
Townhouse Condo.
Spacious, tile / carpet,
W/D. 1.1 mi from U.F. on
shuttle. $149,500
Call 407-850-9066
GEORGIA -
Great Investment
7600sq.ft. grocery store
building & restaurant on
lac. in Warrenton.
Includes equipment.
Tenant occupies 800sqft.
$6000/year. $199,000.
706-364-4200
GEORGIA Washington
County 17+ acres. Part
open/wooded. Dirt road.
Great quiet Get-A-Way!
Priced to sell fast
$63,000. 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 n e r/Agent
706-273-6938
GEORGIA LAND
4-39 acres wooded
homesite, paved road
frontage. 2 miles from
boat ramp. Strom
Thurmond Lake. 6 miles
from 1-20. Starting
$4950/acre.
Owner 912-529-6198
SWWproperties.com

GEORGIA LAND
North Central 1-10 acre
tracts. Beautiful wooded
homesites. Incredible
weather year round. Ter-
rific investment w/fi-
nancing available.
Land Liquidation, call
for pricing.706-364-4200
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 SE
EMANUEL CO.
2-5 acre wooded lots.
Site build only. Horses
welcome. Paved roads.
1-16 US1. Payments as
low as $158/mo. LOW
taxes. 912-585-2174
GEORGIA, 1000+ft.
frontage on creek with
rushing shoals. Great
building sites. City water
available. $14,000/acre.
O w ner/ Agent
706-2736938
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
KENTUCKY PROPERTY
75 + / acres with large
stream, fields &
woodland, city water,
paved road access. Old
Home Place! Good
Investment or
Development. $150,000.
Ownr/Agnt 800-438-8621
Luxury 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
3

MOUNTAINS OF Ten-
nessee River Tracts. All
tracts are 5+ acres. Spe-
cial introductory offer.
Financing available. Call
888-836-8439. See at:
www.tnwithaview.com
Move to Northfla.com
Home in town $54,888.
40 acres $129,888,
Duplex, $229,888. Log
on for hundreds of
available properties or
call 1-888-222-7903
movetonorthfla.com

N.C. HOTSPRINGS
Gated Community sur-
rounded by Pisgah Na-
tional Forest! Clubhouse,
hiking trails, waterfall!
Homesites from
$70K to $225K.
Nature lover's paradise
1-877-477-3473
www.FireflyMountain.com
N.C. Asheville 7 unit
Mobile Park incls. land &
mobiles, 1 dblwd.
$280,000. Can partly
finance. Call Owner,
Howard 828-216-4711;
321-456-5710
N.C. MOUNTAINS New
mtn chalet. Custom bit
1280sf cedar chalet on
2.46ac $89.900.
Cathedral ceilings, lots of
glass, small creek & EZ
to finish 828-286-1666
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:
43acs. huge waterway,
new 1100sf cabin, 2
more homesites, deer,
turkey, fish, geese,
AWESOME: $299K.
Near Raleigh.
WE FLY YOU UP! Pics:
owner@newbranch.com;
919-693-8984


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 MOUNTAINS. Gated
community 25 minutes
from downtown Asheville.
Clubhouse, paved roads,
hiking, trails and more!
Significant construction
discounts on huge selec-
tion of homesites. Views
of downtown Asheville!
1 -8 7 7-6 8 9-2626 .
www.whispermountain.info
NC MOUNTAINS. Sur-
rounded by National For-
est! 5 minutes to Hot
Springs, NC. 45 minutes
to Asheville. Next to Ap-
palachian Trail. Vacation,
recreation mecca! Club-
house, paved roads and
more! 1-877-477-3473.
www.fireflymountain.info.
NEW Coastal Georgia
Community. 1-4/acre
homesites starting at
,$200's. Marsh front w/live
oaks, palm trees,
panoramic views.
Perfect family retreat,
weekend get-away, or
retirement. Showing
March24, by appointment
only 866-432-7340
NO BULL SALE Punta
Gorda Area All New
Zoned 3 Manufactured
Homes on Display. Will
be sold at Original
Factory Cost! **All Offers
Considered CoconutWalk
Estates 941-505-7770
NORTH CAROLINA
LAND
Spring Preview NEW
Resideritial Lots!
Relocation, Retirement,
Investment! Schedule
your trip now! Greater
Charlotte area, Low
Taxes. 1-866-603-5263

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,
RIVER ROCK Highlands
- Cashiers, NC. Phil
Mickelson Golf, Orion
Spa, Equestrian, Full
Concierge Service and
Housekeeping. From the
$300's. 888-743-2975
www.riverrocknc.com
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.
OHIO RIVER ACREAGE
260 Acres w/3200 Ft of
frontage on the
Muskingum River, hilltop
property.Just $2200/acre.
Call 740-489-9146

OWNER SAYS SELL!
36+ AC $197,000 50%
Below Recent Cert.
Appraisal. Nicely wooded
acreage in private,
secluded setting. Mature
oaks & pines, abundant
wildlife,gated community.
Registered survey, power
& phone. Excellent
financing. Must see!
Call owner now
1-866-352-2249, x1180
OWNER SAYS SELL!
10AC $150,000. 50%
below cert. appraisal.
Great location in So.
Central FL. Paved rd,
utils, exc. Financing. Call
1-866-352-2249 x1001
PALM HARBOR
HOMES
Factory Liquidation Sale!!
Modular, Mobile & Stilt
Homes. 0% down when
you own your own land.
Call for free color bro-
chure. 1-800-622-2832
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. FUs finest lakefront
community. Enjoy two
large natural lakes &
numerous man-made
lakes & ponds in a great
loc.! Gated, private. Ex-
cellent financing. Call
now 1-866-352-2249
x1182


SOUTH CAROLINA -
Aiken. 1020 acres, Cull-
owhee Plantation, excel-
lent hunting, big timber,
surrounded by county
roads, near 1-20.
www.southcarolinaplantat
ion.com. Call owner
803-640-3497
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

SPRING HILL, FL- 3/2/2
New roof, carpetlarge lot.
Screened pool. For sale
or rent. Beautiful home!
Too many to list! Rent
$1300 Asking $240,000
727-519-8236/519-8219




TALLAHASSEE Invest-
ment property! Rented
until August '07 at
$1100/month. .37 acre w/
3 BR/2 BA house. Locat-
ed near FSU, TCC, FA-
MU. Awesome rental
property for students and
families! $142,000/obo.
Call Kyle at 321-749-9453

Tennessee & Kentucky
Property. Farms, land,
lots, homes. Commercial
lake property. Mountain
view property.- 877-
550-6364 / 866-520-6401
www.nolqualityrealty.com
www.sellingcookeville.com
TENNESSEE -
Premier Land Sales!
Ready to invest, retire,
build your dream home or
relocate? 1-3 acre home
sites. Natural waterfalls,
placid lakes, breathtaking
bluffs, & grassy hillocks,
paved roads, utilities.
Horseback riding, fishing,
golf, white water rafting,
scenic railroad rides.
Owner financing, low
down. Introductory Prices
Starting $19,900.
1-888-811-2158;
www.TNLots.com

TENNESSEE
1-3ac. homesites.
Premier Land Sales!
Waterfalls, lakes, bluffs,
& utilities. Horseback
riding, golf, fishing, white
water rafting. Owner
financing, low down..
Starting $19,900.
1-888-281-5456;
www.TNLots.com

Tennessee Lake Bargain
3+ Acres $19,900. Free
Boat Slips! Save $5000
during pre-construction
sale! Enjoy access to
private, Jimmy Houston
endorsed' bass lake.
Paved roads, utilities,
soils tested. Lakefront
available. Excellent
financing. Call now
1-866-685-2562,x1008
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 LAND
FOR SALE lots starting
at $4,500! 1, 5, 10+
Acres With River, Lake,
Creek Frontage. Farms &
Homes Available! River
Lots near Marina.
Re/Max Riverside Realty,
LLC Clifton, TN Call
1 -800-676- 6,1 9 1
melissa@riversiderealtyt
n.com
TEXAS 10acres, moun-
tian view. Ranch land,
Homesite or investment.
Has map plot $2,500 Call
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LAKE WASHINGTON
area Melbourne, share
3/2, $600 month + utilit-
ies, deposit. Adults non
smokers. Close to all.
Great Area 321-693-4945
MELBOURNE, NEAR
BCC,rooms (2), w/refrig.,
microwave, 27" dish TV,
Roadrunner, 1 w/outside
entrance, no smoking,
$125/wk. 321-752-4150
MELBOURNE- Nice
neighborhood, professio-
nal female seeks same,
W/D. incl utils., Ref's re-
quired, $115/week. Call
321-693-3789 Leave msg
SUNTREE, near BCC,
home helper for single
woman, 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
VERO BEACH: Furn pri-
vate room w/bath. Beau-
tiful new home in gated
community, pool, great
location! $135/wk + 1/2
utilities, no smoking.
561-801-0277
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
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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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.
1bdrm, bath, Studio No
credit check, and no bank
hassles. $5,000 down, .-
$750 per month CALL
(321)373-1664
DAYTONA BEACH -
Gorgeous Beachside
Apartments. 2 1/bdrm. Ig.
avail. $650 & up. Ocean-
views. Owner/Realtor
386-316-3133
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. Endc. bal-
cony. W/D incl. Fully furn.
Clubhouse, tennis, exer-
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321-727-3866; 298-2111

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INDIAN HARBOUR
BEACH, 2/1.5, partially
furnished, pool, tennis,
walk to beach, utilities
included, $1300/month
short term. 321-750-8154
MELBOURNE BEACH
Remodeled Studios & 1
BR's, walking distance to
beach and river. From
$650-$750/month. Call
321-525-0210
MELBOURNE BEACH,
1BR/1BA, Fully Furnish-
ed, Full kitchen, Basic
Electric, DSL, water, king
bed & full sofa bed. 1-3
mo. $1199mo., 4-8 mo.
$999mo., avail. 4/1
321-288-2924
Palm Bay Condos, 2/2
all appliances incl. W/D
From $750/month in-
cludes water/cable. No
pets. 321-779-4376
PALM BAY, 2bd/2ba,
kitchen, large living & din-
ing, pool, close to shop-
ping, no pets. References
required. $750 month.
Call 321-956-8843
ROCKLEDGE: Brand
new, vacant. 3br/2.5/lcg,
Loft, carpeted through
out window treatment &
apple's, includes water &
lawn maint. $1400/mo.
800-571-5626
SEBASTIAN 2/2 with
amenities (clubhouse,
pool, tennis) $950/mo +
F/L/S 772-538-0031
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 Vista
Gardens 2-br/2-ba 55+
Overlooks lake on .golf
course. Furnished or
unfurnished. Perfect cond
$139500. 772-713-3910
VERO BEACH: Vista
Royale 55+, 2/2. New int/
appls, A/C includes cable
TV, No smoking. Best
Golf and Waterview.
$795/mo. annual. Call
772-562-9274
VERO FAIRWAYS 1/1
2nd fl gated garden view.
Elevator, nicely furnished.
Pool, 'hot tub tennis
Exercise room $850mo.
Avail April 772-794-4569
VIERA Desirable Lakes
at Viera East 2/2 end
unit. Clean,ready to move
in. Nice pool, clubhouse.
$900mo, Basic cable incl:
Call Bonita 321-432-3390

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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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COCOA BEACH, 2/1 on
river, furnished home incl
util/cable, water, sewer
$1800/mo, 1/1 util. incl
$650 WRE 407-924-9489
HUTCHINSON ISLAND:
Ft. Pierce, 3/2/2, Indian
riverbig 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 3br/2ba
w/pool! (svc incl.) Pet ok
w/apprvl. Bowe Gardens
Subdivision. $1000/mo.
1857 Jackson Ave. Call
Bonita 321-432-3390
MELBOURNE Golf
Course Front. 3BR/2BA.
inground pool, garage,
fireplace, W/D, fridge.
Lawn & pool svc incl.,
$1275/mo. 609-865-2507
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-properties.com
MELBOURNE, W., 2 BR/
1 BA, very clean, CBS,
furn./unfurn., $575/mo.
Credit report required.
Call Helga 904-377-4544
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#14901
MICCO: 3BR/2BA, New
Appliances. 8365 Hickory
Court, w/attached large
lot. Small pets okay.
Lawn care included. 1st
& last sec. $1190/mo.
772-713-0761
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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. $1,800/mo.
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 The Lakes
at Waterstone. New 3br/
2ba/2 car gar. Oakmont
Model. Gated commun.
$1200/mo. incls cable &
lawn. 201-230-8024
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4 Bdrms. Homes,
townhouses, duplexes -
starting at $660/mo up to
$1300/mo. Available Im-
mediately! Call for more
info. Woodlake Realty,
Inc. 321-723-8700
PALM BAY NE 3/2 car-
port, 1200sqft off Bian-
ca. washer/dryer
$925/mo 321-837-0470
See website at: WWW.
domex-properties.com
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PALM BAY SW 3/2/2,
Great Neighborhood, new
Kitchen & Roof, Freshly
Painted, LG. Back Yard
w/ Fruit Trees $1200/mo.
Sec.,Refs. 321-693-3639
PALM BAY, 2 Weeks
Free! Brand new Homes!
$800 -$1200 mo. All
areas 3/2/2 w/ upgrades.
1200 sq. ft. Call for more
details. Gore Realty
321-952-7257 704-1104
PALM BAY, 2/1, new tile
floors, stove, BA remod-
eled, freshly painted, slid-
ers to patio, Ig. yard, near
stores/195. $725/mo. 727-
539-0186 / 781-775-5236
PALM COAST Canal
home. Bring boat. Nice
airy 3bd/1.5ba., 2-CG,
dock, near Intercoastal.
$975/mo. References.
724-689-2896.
PORT ST LUCIE Beau-
tiful TRADITION Home -
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

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SATELLITE BEACH,
3/2/2 updated home on
large lot in desirable
cul-de-sac. Close to
beach, shopping & Satel-
lite Schools $1200/mo
321-514-5528
SATELLITE BEACH,
3BR 1BA Ran6h, 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/1cg, on quiet
street. Has extra Ig
driveway, Ig scrn porch
facing creek. $995/mo.
772-589-8641 leave msg.
SEBASTIAN: Waterfront
3br/2ba/2cg, Brand new
vacant on lake 2400sf.,
Top of the line apple's,
plush carpet, $1400/mo.
Call 800-571-5626.


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SUNTREE, Executive
Home 3/3/3, Spa. Imme-
diate occupancy, A+
schools, lake,$2200/mo
321-427-9833

VERO BEACH 3/1/1
w/extra shower. Between
8th & 4th St. Turn on
14th Ave to 1406 4th Ln.
$875/mo 772-834-9097

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

VIERA: 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;
2 1 4-8 02-8480 ;
321-433-1690

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,
$875/mo. 954-649-3484
See photos online www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
AD#14650


MELBOURNE 2 Bdrm
2 story townhome. 1150sf
Comm. Pool. $600/month
includes water & cable.
Ghana 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
VERO BCH Rent with
option to buy. $1150/Mo.
Brand New townhome w/
lakeview. 3/3/1 Open
weekends. Call for ad-
dress, 888-412-9177



MELBOURNE Near
Wickham/Aurora, quiet
st. 2BR/1BA $700. Incl.
w/d, water, trash, pest.
321-693-2784
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MELBOURNE 2BR/IBA
W/D Hook-up, very
clean, just painted,
private patio area.
$650/mo. Intracoastal
Property 321-255-1661
MELBOURNE BEACH,
1BR/1BA, Fully Furnish-
ed, Full kitchen, Basic
Electric, DSL, water, king
bed & full sofa bed. 1-3
mo. $1199mo., 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: New
Duplex 112 Dahl Ave.
3br/2ba, New appls, nice
neighborhood. Small pets
ok, $950/mo. F&L. Call
Oscar. 305-338-4527




Merritt Island 2BR on
water, screen porch,
deck, carport, tool shed.
Boat Slip avail. For rent,
200 Mustang Way. Tom
321-452-5464 '
PALM BAY COLONY,
3/2, fully furnished, 55+
community. Call 321-728-
0370 or 321-223-8681
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.





STUART Contractors
Showcase Warehouse.
Approx, 1050sqft for rent,
$1,200/mo 305-298-8667


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miles, white/red int. Cold
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561-746-2944 Tequesta.
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180B, 1958, large sun-
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132K miles, A/C, Very
good condition. $4500,
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chemical process. Repair
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BUICK LESABRE '91,
cold AC, AM/FM/CD, full
power, good tires, runs
great, owned by GM tech.
$950. Call 321-727-1840

BUICK REGAL '93
Limited Edition, Only 56K
miles. $4,888.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398


BUICK REGAL 2000. 4
door, all the toys, $4980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863
BUICK ROADMASTER,
1993, runs like new,
$1750.321-258-9803
CADILLAC DEVILLE
1999 Loaded, "talk
about nice." $6980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863
CADILLAC DEVILLE
2005 Leather, Only 24k
miles $19,991.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
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
CHRYSLER PT Cruiser
- '01 Touring Edition, CD
32K miles $7,777.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398 -
CORVETTE- '94 burgun-
dy, looks/runs new, 112k,
exc. cond., garage kept,
6spd, 2 tops, adult owned
$10,895. 321-676-5418

CALL CLASSIFIED
and hire the best!


DODGE INTREPID '00 -
4dr. great value, $5980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863
DODGE SRT 4 Turbo -
2005, all power, fully
loaded, excellent condi-
tion, priced to sell. Duty
calls. 321-543-4932
DONATE YOUR CAR,..
To The Cancer Fund of
America. Help Those
Suffering With Cancer
Today. Free Towing And
Tax Deductible.
1 -800-835-9372
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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 LX
'03 Leather, CD, Only
37K miles $14,991.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398


HONDA CIVIC: '84,
Engine rebuilt '95, 160mi.
Maintained, good cond.
Looking for good home.
$800. 772-563-9340
HYUNDAI ACCENT -
2002. Low miles,
automatic, $4,980.
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
JAGUAR XJ6 1993
79k miles, Tan, fully load-
ed, In Good condition.
Runs great. Asking
$4500. 772-466-5025
JAGUAR XK8 2003 -
15,916 miles. Beautiful,
condition. Estate, no
dealers. $34,950.
321-727-8192


LINCOLN TOWN CAR -
'01 Signature Series,
Only 51K miles $9,999.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
MERCURY GRAND Mar-
quis LS 2000 soft tan
top/green body, 73K, 1
owner/garage kept.
$7800 321-724-1020
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.
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OLDS REGENCY 98,
1989, AC, runs great, in-
terior excellent, $900
/obo. 321-255-5316
OLDSMOBILE Cutlass
Sierra 1993 Baby Blue,
4 door, CD, Clean, AC,
Runs good. $900.
305-924-7663. PalmBay
TOYOTA AVALON '98,
White, cd/am/fm, cold air,
Runs Great, Auto, New
Mich. Tires, well maintnd.
$6500. 321-632-9190
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,
$11,500. 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




NISSAN TRUCK parts.
Call with needs.
321-258-9803






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GSXR 1000, 2005, runs
great, many extras!
$8000. 321-258-9803
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.
$18,500. 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.
HometownnewsOL.com
ad#18732
HONDA SHADOW 650 -
2006, Candy Apple Red,
w/ windshield, only 150
miles, exc. cond. $5550/
"obo. call 321-795-1508
SUZUKI BURGMAN 650
scooter, '06, 800 miles, 2
helmets. New $8500 will
take $6950. Please call
321-727-2135
TREASURE COAST
Honda Kawasaki We
take Trade-ins, Consign-
ments & we buy Motorcy-
cles Hurry In! Blow Out
Prices on ATV's VTX
1300's & Jet Skis. We
match or beat anyone's
price. 3804 S. US 1, Ft.
Pierce 772-464-6385
YAMAHA V STAR Clas-
sic -'02, windshield, back-
rest & saddlebags, 3400
miles, excellent condition.
$5200. 321-271-1376

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YAMAHA YZF-R6 '04,
Royal Blue, 6800 miles.
Custom Seats, many ex-
tras, excellent cond.
$6400/obo 321-514-5528




34' BARTH: '98 diesel
pusher, Loaded, Extra
storage, Excellent cond.
60K miles. $48K
772-299-7183.
34' DOLPHIN: '04 Load-
ed, 2 slides, Immaculate,
18K miles, workhorse
Chassis, Chevy eng. Ga-
rage stored $74,500 Call
772-285-4645
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
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
FLEETWOOD: Pace Ar-
row '88, sips 6, Good
condition. $10,000. Ill-
ness forces sale. Will
negotiate. 772-589-9092
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
Presidential 5th wheel,
'03,37',custom bit.,(2) 15K
btu ACs w/heat pumps, 4
slides w/covers, bay win-
dow, 4 awnings, new
tires, Gel-kot finish, 4 fan-
tastic fans w/rain sensors,
ceiling fan, bike rack, 4
elec: jacks, no lube axles,
4 dr fridge, micro/ convec-
tion,central vac, king bed,
gen. prep., W/D, $34,999
OBO. 321-917-9868. See
www.HometownNewsOL.
corn for photo.
MALLARD SPRINTER,
'88, 33', Class A M/H,
44K mi., new tires, 6.5kw
gen., V8 gas, very clean,
$7500. 321-953-3296*


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FORD EXPLORER Limit-
ed Ed., '9.8, AM/FM, 6 CD
changer, sunroof, leather
interior, power everything,
$7000/obo. 321-728-2811
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
ISUZU RODEO 2002.
Mint condition, $11,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-502-1863



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
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



UTILITY TRAILER:
Black, 6ft 4" X 4ft 5"
w/ramp. Excellent Condi-
tion! Barely used! $400
772-589-0351
WELLS CARGO, 6x10,
single axle, exc. cond., 1
owner, low mi., side door.
Cost $3000+ sell $2000/
obo. Russ 321-409-8373




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


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SL4DOOR 883R LESABRE CUSTOM RODEO
'That's right only 43K "Priced to Sell", Mint, Great Value & Gas Mileage "Priced to Sell"
miles". U1231481 6K414739 #34237156 VMint" 24304338

$5.380 J 7.980 $9,980 j 111.980,

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2004 MERCURY 2004 CHRYSLER 2004 CHRYSLER 2004 CHEVY

GRAND MARQUIS GS PACIFICA CROSSFIRE AVALANCHE
Leaiher. Only 23K miles, Like New,. "Thousand Less" That's Right. it's Red and Totally equipped.
44X660659 #4R298700 Priced to Sell. #4X005601 #4G250255

$12,9801, $16,980 19.980 19980






2004 NISSAN 2006 MAZDA 2006 JEEP 2006 HONDA

TITAN DBL CAB MX5 CONV. LIBERTY LTD. CR-V SE 4WD
"Ni.est in Town" A/T Only 10k miles, Totally Equipped & -Talk About Nice"
Loaded. 04N573727 Thousands Less. #60116664 Perfectly Maintained CU404910

$20.980 $21.980 21.980 $L22,980







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RIDGELINE FJ CRUISER AVALON H3
This Ride is Sharp "Shop this Price" 'Priced to Sell" "This Baby is Sharp '
Loaded. 46H563074 Only 6k miles #70004723 #6U081015 Low Miles a78109708

$23,980, I $28.980 L$32.980 K 33,980

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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
See photo online at www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
AD#f8737


20' PONTOON boat,
40hp Yamaha motor in
good condition, boat
ready to go! $2000. Call
321-452-9370

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AIRBOAT 12' Alum. full
deck over, 220 HP Conti-
nental GPU, good shape,
runs strong, w/ trailer.
$5500. call 321-452-1256
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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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
PROLINE 15': 70HP
Evinrude, rebuilt motor
w/trailer. Runs excellent
$3000 772-663-9924
PROLINE 23' Sport, '05,
center console, easy load
trailer, 150HP Mercury,
well maintained, $31,900.
321-961-9299. See www.
HometownNewsOL.comr
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. Hometown NewsOL.
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 #
19463, at www.
HometownNewsOL.corn
WELLCRAFT CUDDY
cabin, '87, Mercury I/O,
looks good, includes trail-
er, $2500/obo. For details
321-728-2811. See www.
HometownNewsOL.comrn
for photo.

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