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SPECIAL COVERAGE


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Do trends reflect
impact of Florida
term limit laws?
BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer
There has been a trend in
recent years toward earlier pos-
turing in state and local elec-
tions.


In Brevard County, a slate of
candidates has already begun
vying for offices that voters will
not see on ballots until the dis-
tant future.
National headlines already fea-
ture a growing field of presiden-
tial candidates in the 2008 elec-
tion, but Brevard voters may not
be aware that local hopefuls are
posturing for elections, in 2008,
2010 and even 2012.


The 2008 election
began in 2006
Last November, just days after
state and local elections, candidates
began to position themselves for
offices that would be vacated by
"termed-out" lawmakers in 2008
and beyond.
Melbourne real estate broker and
former state house member Jason


Staff photo by Tammy Roberts
The Brevard County Commission honored 'Woman of the Year' award recipients Marcia Mario, Merritt Island, and
Courtney Culver, Melbourne, as well as 'Business of the Year' recipient Cathy Bucklin, Melbourne, with plaques March
20 during its regular meeting. Not pictured is 'Woman of the Year' recipient Patricia Manning from Titusville.


Three generations of women honored


Brevard County names
2007 women of the year

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
& TAMMY ROBERTS
Staff writer
Three generations of area
women received the county's high-
est honors for their extraordinary
contributions to local residents.
A retired teacher, a psychologist
and a contracts administrator
received the Brevard County Com-


mission's 2007 "Woman of the
Year" award, and a beauty salon
and barbershop was named Busi-
ness .of the Year.
"These women exemplify this
year's national theme for women's
history month, 'Generations of
Women: Moving History For-
ward,'" said Tammy Harris, of Bre-
vard County's Housing and Human
Services Office.
The winners were honored dur-
ing a banquet March 29, sponsored
by the Brevard County Commis-
sion.


The winner from the "first gener-
ation" is Patricia Manning, 78, of
Titusville, a retired teacher and
school board member.
Ms. Manning defied the barriers
that prevented many women from
advancing in the teaching profes-
sion in the early 1960s, receiving
her doctoral degree in education.
"The glass ceiling was very
strong, especially in my profes-
sion," said Ms. Manning.
When Ms. Manning divorced in


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Steele is one such candidate.
"(Filing early) will give everyone
the opportunity to know where I
stand on the important issues that
face our county and our state," Mr.
Steele said. "I also want any poten-
tial candidates for the seat to know
that they will have to face an expe-
rienced, dedicated professional."
Mr. Steele was one of the first to


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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE -
Neighbors want answers
about a proposed "Big
Box" store at the southeast
corner, of U.S. 192 and
Interstate 95.
For the past two West
Melbourne City Council
meetings, residents living
near the undeveloped
property have packed the
council chambers to
express concern over a 70-
acre annexation and pro-

posed commercial devel-
opment on the site.
"It all boils down to one
thing," said Lenora
Grimm, who lives on Key-
stone Avenue, adjacent to
the proposed develop-
ment. "The quality of life
will be lost. Possibly even
the value of our homes."
The preliminary site
plan proposed by the
developer, Sooner Invest-
ment Group, calls for
large-scale commercial
development of a 44-acre
tract and a separate 1.7-
acre tract west of the Cin-
ema World movie theater.
"We bought our homes
thinking we were going to
be across the street from
other homes, other fami-
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Viewpoint A6


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Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Brevard Public Schools superintendent Richard
DiPatri assigned a new principal to Explorer
Elementary and Middle School March 21.


Charter school's future uncertain


Acting principal
named after strife
at Explorer School
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Explorer
Elementary and Middle
School parents and teachers
return from spring break next
week with many unanswered
questions about the future.
Serious financial questions
and uproar over the employ-
ment of two convicted felons
has jeopardized the outlook
of the charter school.
On March 21, Brevard Pub-
lic Schools superintendent
Richard DiPatri assigned a
new principal to the school
and sent in a team to investi-
gate accounting irregularities
in the charter school's finan-
cial records.


The intervention came in
the wake of mass resignations
of the school's leaders in
recent weeks, including two
board members, the princi-
pal and vice principal.
"Right now, we just want to
get through the school year,"
said Mr. DiPatri. "Explorer's
(charter) is up for renewal
this May."
Brevard Public Schools'
staff will continue to investi-
gate the charter school's
finances.
"The financial information
appears to be a mess," said
Mr. DiPatri. "Berman Hop-
kins (the school's internal
auditing firm) called for a
forensic audit. That could be
criminal."
The resignation of two of
the school's board of direc-
tors in the past month casts
more doubt on the school's
future. Without a quorum,
the school's remaining two


board members cannot
appoint new members.
Board member Meredith
Day resigned from her post in
early March, following an
emergency meeting about
the school's finances.
Board member Judge David
Silverman resigned following
a March 19 meeting to dis-
cuss the status of two con-
victed felons employed by the
school.
Jay Maer, 55, the school's
finance director, was convicted
of three felonies in 2004 in
Massachusetts, including
grand theft and forgery, accord-
ing to published reports.
Michael Maer, 23, was con-
victed in 2006 for felony fraud
in Rhode Island, Mr. DiPatri
said.
The board members dis-
cussed the Maers' status dur-
ing the emergency meeting,
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Airport seeks to increase passenger facility fee


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Airline


ticket prices may increase
slightly if airport leaders
have their way.
Melbourne International


Airport executive director
Richard Ennis asked the
Airport Authority to raise
the airport's passenger
facility charge to the maxi-
mum allowed by the Fed-
eral Aviation Administra-
tion.
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holder pays a passenger
facility charge of $3 per

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ticket, and Mr. Ennis wants
to raise that charge to
$4.50 per ticket.
"We are requesting the
increased user fee to com-
pensate for the lost value
of the original (passenger
facility charge) of $3 (per
ticket)," said Mr. Ennis.
"According to the (Ameri-
can Association of Airport
Executives), the original $3
value is estimated to be
worth only $1.91 today."
The increase would
mean an estimated
$168,000 in additional
annual revenue for the air-
port, according to infor-
mation Mr. Ennis provided
to the Melbourne Airport
Authority during the
March 21 monthly meet-
ing.
Revenue from the pas-
senger facility charge helps
pay down the debt
incurred during the termi-
nal expansion projects of
the 1990s, Mr. Ennis
reported in his brief.
More than $5 million in
debt from old projects
remains, from an original
total of more than $11 mil-
lion.
Before sending the appli-
cation for the new fee to
the FAA, the airport will
seek input from the public
and from the airlines cur-


rently serving the airport.
"We will provide notifica-
tion on our Web site and
invite the public to contact
via the e-mail link," said
Lori Booker, spokesperson
for the airport's public
relations firm.
The airlines and public
will have 30 days to
respond with comments,
and airport administrators
will bring those results
back to the airport author-
ity next month, said Ms.
Booker.
Some airport authority
board members were con-
cerned about initiating the
application procedure
without getting the pub-
lic's input first.
"I don't understand why
we're doing it this way,"
said board member
William Potter. "It would
seem logical to get input
from the airlines and the
public (before approving
the application request).
Board member Richard
Contreras agreed.
"In my opinion, this is
backwards," said Mr. Con-
treras.
Board member Cheryl
Palmer was the lone vote
against the application for
the increased fee.
"This is only $1.50, but
we're talking about (raising


the fee) as high as the FAA
will allow," said Ms.
Palmer. "It's not the dollar
amount, it's the message it
is sending.
"We should show our
passengers we're doing
everything we can to bring
(their) ticket prices down."
During public comment,
Palm Bay resident Milo
Zonka expressed his dis-
sent.
"A passenger who comes
to the airport on the day
before and the day after
this (increase is imple-
mented), will see no bene-
fit for that extra $1.50,"
said Mr. Zonka.
By a 6-1 vote, the board
agreed to pursue the appli-
cation process, but to hold
off on sending the finalized
application to the FAA
until after public and air-
line comments have been
compiled.
To comment on the pro-
posed fee increase, visit
the airport's Web site,
www.mlbair.com and
select the "contact us" link
at the bottom of the home
page.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or e-
mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
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the 1960s she faced a number of
financial hurdles.
"I couldn't even buy a car or take
out a loan to buy a new air condi-
tioner without my dad co-signing
the loan," said Ms. Manning.
Although she has retired from
teaching, Ms. Manning remains
active on several local boards,
including the Alzheimer's Founda-
tion, the Doctors Goodwill Founda-
tion, the University of Central Flori-
da's Retirement Association and
Parrish Medical Center.
Her advice to younger genera-
tions of women is based on her 78
years of life experience.
"Don't give up," said Ms. Man-
ning. "Get yourself educated.
There's a lot of help out there on
how to dress and how to conduct
yourself in an interview."
The "second generation" winner is
Merritt Island resident Marcia
Mario, 62.
Twenty-one years ago, Ms. Mario
took on the role of caregiver when
her mother became bedridden and
began to suffer from brain damage.
At the time, assisting her mom
just seemed natural. She did it with-
out question and without giving it a
second thought.
But it wasn't until a decade later
that Ms. Mario truly understood the
life-altering events and emotions
that coincide with becoming a care-
giver.
"It's such an important role," she
said. '"And I realized that I wanted to
do something about it."
So she did.
Five years ago, Ms. Mario created
the Sunflower House, a non-profit,
one-stop information and counsel-
ing center for caregivers and senior
citizens.
While it featured an array of com-
munity programs, the organization
was best known for its comforting
atmosphere, which allowed guests
to spend hours chatting on a front
porch swing or relaxing by a fire-
place in the library.
"Its goal was to highlight the
devotion of people who step outside
of their own lives to reach out and
care for others," she said.
An illness forced Ms. Mario to step
down as the organization's faoilita-.


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Cathy Bucklin, owner of Elmo's Beauty and Barber Salon of Melbourne, styles
Evelyn Pasonski's hair. Ms. Bucklin's shop received the 'Business of the Year'
award from the Brevard County Commission.


tor in April 2006. Oversight duties
were passed on to the Community
Services Council of Brevard County.
While the Sunflower House's focus
has shifted toward seniors rather
than caregivers, its original goal still
stands true.
"It's very humbling to receive this
award," Ms. Mario said. "But there
are truly so many wonderful people
out there who also deserve recogni-
tion for their contributions to the
community."
The "third generation" winner is
Melbourne resident, Courtney Cul-
ver, 24, a contracts administrator
with Northrup Grumman in Mel-
bourne.
A graduate of Melbourne High
School's Academy of Business and
Finance, Ms. Culver realized at an
early age that many of her peers
lacked the confidence and motiva-
tion to succeed.
After graduating from college at


the University of Central Florida,
Ms. Culver founded Girl Power, a
workshop for students ages 9-14.
The workshop teaches the four
selfs: self respect, self responsibility,
self motivation and self esteem.
Students also learn the POWER
pillar, an acronym for positivity,
opportunity, work ethic, experience
and respect.
Her ultimate goal is to take Girl
Power to a larger audience, possibly
on the state or national level.
Ms. Culver has reached more than
500 students, and says she enjoys
interacting with the girls.
"I could live off a nice comment
that a former student makes for
months," said Ms. Culver.
The winning business is Elmo's
Beauty and Barber Salon, at 223
West Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne.
Owner Cathy Bucklin has com-


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WEEK IN

REVIEW

Summer pre-kindergarten registration open

Registration for the Brevard Public Schools summer
voluntary pre-kindergarten program is under way.
To be eligible, children must be 5 years old on or
before Sept. 1, 2007, live in Florida and have not
attended the VPK program during the 2006-07 school
year.
The program is intended for children who will attend
kindergarten classes in the fall. Parents must obtain a
"Certificate of Eligibility" from a Child Care Associa-
tion facility. Call (321) 634-3500 for locations.
Parents will need to bring the Certificate of Eligibility,
the child's birth certificate, Social Security number,
immunization records and current physical to one of
the eight Brevard Public Schools offering the summer
VPK program.
The participating schools are Coquina, Enterprise,
Longleaf, Manatee, Mila, Turner and University Park
elementary schools.
The summer VPK program is May 30-July 27, from 8
a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Breakfast and lunch are served at the
school, and parents are responsible for transportation.
For information, contact Brevard Public Schools at
(321) 633-1000 ext. 500.

Boating workshop scheduled for April 7

A boating workshop will be offered by the University of
Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences April 7.
The daylong class covers topics such as boat mainte-
nance; using a global positioning system, nautical
chart and compass; and how to locate estuary environ-
ments for viewing wildlife and fishing.
The workshop is scheduled from 8:45 a.m. to noon at
the Brevard County Agricultural Center, 3695 Lake
Drive, Cocoa, and from 1-4 p.m. on a guided boat tour
with Wildside Tours in Cocoa Beach. Cost is $10. Seat-
ing is limited and pre-registration is required by April 2.
For information, or to register, call Edward Leonard at
(321) 633-1702.

Safe child event comes to Brevard April 16-17

The National Safe Child Symposium is scheduled to
come to Brevard County April 16-17.
The theme is "Keeping our children out of harm's
way." Keynote speakers scheduled to attend include
Joseph P. Sammartano, founder of MySafeKids.org and
Judge Charles Gill, of the Superior Court of Connecticut.
The event will take place at the Doubletree Hotel, 2080
N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
For information, or to register, call the Yellow Umbrel-
la Child Abuse Prevention Center at (321) 394-7179, or
visit their Web site at www.yellowumbrella.org.

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lies and other children,"
said Ms. Grimm.
In the first reading of the
ordinance, the council
voted unanimously to
annex and rezone the
property. An adjacent 17-
acre tract, owned by
another developer, also
received preliminary
approval for annexation
and commercial zoning.
Neighbors were less con-


cerned about the annexa-
tion and more concerned
about the change in the
land use designation from
residential to commercial.
"When we bought our
property, the property
across the street was zoned
residential," said Keith Niel-
son. "If you allow this, when
we walk out our front door,
we're going to see commer-
cial property."
Many of the more than 20
residents opposed to the
project were worried about
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their wells from a retention
pond planned for the south
end of the property.
"I have well water. If they
are allowed to put in a reten-
tion pond, they should be
required to put in city water
(for the neighbors)," said
Eric Smitt.
Runoff from the parking
lot can be filled with hydro-
carbons, which could con-
taminate the well water, said
Mr. Smitt.
Scott Glaubitz, engineer
for the proposed project,
countered that the St. Johns
River Water Management
District, the organization
overseeing the permitting
process, would not allow
the developer to construct a
retention pond that could
contaminate area wells.
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developer, told the council
not to worry about the site
plan yet, because the ordi-
nance only addressed
annexation and zoning. The
permitting process for the
site plan would come later.
"It is my personal opinion
that the permitting process
will show the wells will not
be affected," said Mr. Smith.
Neighbors told the coun-
cil the area is subject to
flooding already, and
expressed concern that a
large-scale development
may create further floods.
Mr. Glaubitz told the
council he believes the
neighborhood floods
because one road, Miami
Avenue, does not drain
properly into the Mel-
bourne-Tillman canal.
"We are going to provide


comments.
The two remaining


relief to the area," said Mr.
Glaubitz. "We are not going
to compound any prob-
lems. We think a (retention)
pond is the right way to
handle it."
Although the council
approved the first reading
of the ordinance, several
members cautioned that
any site plans jeoparding
the well water would not
receive approval.
"In the past, developers
left, and left the residents
holding the bag," said
council member John
D'Amico.
Mayor Shirley Bradshaw
supported the. ordinance,
citing a positive relation-
ship with the developer's
engineer in the past.
"I believe you when you
say what you're going to do


board members, Greg
Gaddis and Patty Satter-
white, did not support
Judge Silverman's motion
to fire the Maers.
In a press conference two
days later, Mr. DiPatri
expressed his disappoint-
ment in Mr. Gaddis' and Ms.
Satterwhite's decision.
"There is no justification
for that," said Mr. DiPatri.
"(Convicted felons) can't be
in proximity of the children."
Mr. DiPatri named Kerri
Nash as acting principal of
the school, replacing princi-
pal Ruben Rosario who
resigned before the emer-
gency board meeting.
Ms. Nash is slated to be
principal at Meadowlane
Intermediate School next
fall.
In a letter sent home with
students the day before
spring break, Ms. Nash
promised to address any
issues impacting the safety
and education of the stu-
dents.
"The School District Envi-
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other concerns," Ms. Nash
said in the letter.
She also announced that
Ron Dedmon, assistant,
principal at Westshore
Junior/Senior High School
will assume the role of assis-
tant principal at the charter
school.
"The school district has
essentially taken over," said
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actions "prudent, reason-
able and justified."
Jay Maer resigned from his
post March 20, but his son,
Michael, remained at the
school. When Mr. DiPatri's
team moved in on March 21,
Michael Maer was also fired.
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concerned with the safety
and well-being of the chil-
dren at this time.
"On behalf of the school,
all we're worried about is
that the students have the
best experience possible for
the rest of the year," said Mr.
DiPatri.

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POLICE REPORT


Melbourne Police
Department

Ryan Raymond Kemp,
26, of 1103 Beacon St.,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 17 with driving
under the influence caus-
ing injuries, driving under
the influence and driving
while license is suspended.
Christina Marie Ben-
nett, 57, of 574 Cherokee
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged March 18 with
child abuse.
Jonathan David Bux-
ton, 20, of 1186 Herne Ave.,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 18 with driving
under the influence, driv-
ing under the influence
causing property damage,
an accident involving
damage to a vehicle, giving
a false name, possession of
marijuana, unlawful use of
a license and resisting
arrest without violence.
. Robin Louisa Carter,
39, of Melbourne, was
charged March 18 with
battery on an emergency
medical care provider.
Eduardo A. Gonzalez
Jr., 23, of 1739 Palm Ridge
Road, Melbourne, was
charged with possession of
marijuana and two counts
of possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Michael Lee Thigpen,
42, of 1031 Sand Creek
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged March 18 with
aggravated battery on a
pregnant person.
Clifton Harvey Fletch-
er, 51, of 3209 Pecan St.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 19 with trafficking
stolen property.
Daniel Duane Henry,
54, of 2420 Harlock Road,
Melbourne, was. charged
March 20 with battery and
disorderly conduct.


Michael Glenn Lilja,
43, of 1784 Ixora Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March 20 with violation of
probation, two counts of
resisting arrest without
violence, giving a false
name and trespassing on a
city park after dark.
Damion Treymanye
Campbell, 30, of 420 Har-
bor City Blvd., Melbourne,
was charged March 21 with
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell.
Paula Marie Creed, 20,
of 1024 Leeward Place,
Melbourne, was charged
March 21 with battery-
domestic violence.
Aaron Nathaniel Flow-
ers, 18, of 2912 Pembroke
Road, Melbourne, was
charged March 21 with
burglary.
+ Willie James Hodges,
53, of 22 Elton St., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 21 with selling
cocaine, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell
and possession of cocaine.
+ Allen Winfred Hudson,
49, of Melbourne, was
charged March 21 with
three counts of on site vio-
lation of probation and
trespassing on city park
after dark.
Daniel Edward Revels,
18, of 263 Sand Pine Road,
Indialantic, was charged
March 21 with possession
of cocaine, possession of
marijuana, possession of
drug paraphernalia and
felony possession of a con-
trolled substance.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Kenneth James Hen-
drickson, 44, of 3285 Cin-
namon Lake Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 17 with three


counts of battery, three
counts of assault and dis-
orderly conduct.
Earl Jay Hix, 36, of 175
Northwest Irwin Ave., West
Melbourne, was charged
March 17 with battery-
domestic violence and
charged March 19 with
violation of an injunction.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Justin Robert Ander-
son, 20, of 5473 Sage Bush
Court, Melbourne, was
charged March 17 with
possession of cocaine,
possession of a controlled
substance and three
counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Martha A. Friend, 60,
of 723 Daniels Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged March 17
with using a worthless
check.
Jason Oneal Norswor-
thy, 29 of 730 Graduer St.,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 17 with two counts
of violation of community
control.
James Edward McNeil,
57, of 631 East lBrothers
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged March 18 with
violation of probation.
+ Winston Daniel Sum-
mey Jr., 24, of 936 Lyons
Circle, Palm Bay, was
charged March 18 with two
counts of violation of pro-,
bation.
Matthew John Weber,
34, of 50 Perkley St., Satel-
lite Beach, was charged
March 18 with burglary
and possession of burglary
tools.
+ Jermone James Carroll,
45, of 5040 Dixie Highway,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 19 with battery-
domestic violence.
Deborah L. Gravius,


39, of 10 Hardine St., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 19 with grand theft,
four counts of violation of
probation, failure to
appear felony and failure
to appear misdemeanor.
Marcos Luis Santos,
24, of 3050 Garden Terrace,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 19 with two counts
of violation of probation.
Leslie A. Shinkevich,
36, of 700 Wickham Lakes
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged March 19 with
battery-domestic violence.
Travis Michael
Wolanin, 19, of 2915 Kem-
ble Wick Drive, Melbourne,
was charged March 19 with
four counts of violation of
probation.
Thomas Joseph
Betsch, 53, of 1831 Bridge-
water Drive, Melbourne,
was charged March 20 with
violation of probation and
obstruction by disguise.
Edward Collier, 52, of
2231 Monroe St., Palm Bay,
was charged March 20 with
felony failure to appear.
Nicholas Hawkins, 26,
of 1633 Non Sr., Palm Bay.
was charged March 20 with
sexual battery.
Missey NMcloud Hayes,
35, of 863. South Patrick
Drive, Satellite Beach, was
charged March 20 with
child neglect and battery-.
domestic violence.
Jackalynn Tenaisha
Jordan, 22, of 2502
Appalachian Drive, Alel-
bourne, was charged,
March 20 with violation of
probation.
Shane Christopher
Ladd, 19, of 670 Grandeur
St., Palm Bay, was charged
March 20 with seven
counts of burglary, eight
counts of petty theft and
obtaining goods by a false
or expired credit card.
Roger Michael Laroc-


ca, 41, of 879 Americana
Blvd., was charged March
20 with grand theft auto.
Luis Manuel Lopez, 22,
of 1255 Serenade St., Palm
Bay, was charged March 20
with out of county.
Susannah E Melnyc-
zok, 50, of 1902 Happy
Acres Lane, Melbourne,
was charged March 20 with
criminal mischief and
exposure of sexual organs.
Larry J. Parker, 35, of
2265 Pacific Ave., Palm Bavy,
was charged March 20 with
trafficking a controlled
substance and bribery.
Diana Marie
Rementer, 49, of 570 Violet
Ave.; Palm Bay,. was
charged March 20 with
habitual traffic offender
while driving on a sus-
pended license, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance, three counts of
possession of prescription
drugs without a prescrip-
tion, possession of drug
paraphernalia and no dri-
ver's license.
Jessica Mary loan
Brennan, 26, of 2800
Hiawatha Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged March 21 with
violation of probation.
Lance Alan Defazio,
18, of 415: Blue Jay Lane,
Satellite Beach, was
charged March 21 with dis-
charging a firearm in pub-
lic.
Jami Lynn Greenfield,


27, of 4244 Grand Mead-
ows Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged March 21 with
obtaining a controlled
substance by fraud or for-
gery and conspiracy.
Jared Eugene Kirkland,
21, Patrick Air Force Base,
U.S. Air Force, was charged
March 21 with child
pornography, possession
and promoting.
Brian Prater, 21, of 867
Hawthorne Circle, Bare-
foot Bay, was charged
March 21 with burglary,
grand theft, felony failure
to appear and violation of
probation.
Tabias Gerold Seays,
27, of 20-B Elton St., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March, 21 with three
counts of selling cocaine.
three counts of possession
of cocaine with intent to
sell, three counts of pos-
session of cocaine and
uttering a forged instru-
ment.
Matthew William Vick,
23, of 1935 Fillmore Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 21 with possession
of marijuana, possession
of marijuana with intent to
sell and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Trevor Henry Collins,
22, of 3435 Henry St., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 22 with the sale of
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Need more women in the military

What can we do as a society to make women understand
that they need to play a larger role in our military?
This is not a question of do you agree with whatever con-
flict we might be involved in at the time, it is a question of
responsibility to our country. With men, it is almost a
genetic coding that has them stepping up and volunteer-
ing generation after generation.
Since the beginning of humanity, men have always taken
the role of protector, willingly. Since this is the nature of
men, it is not right for society to take advantage of who
men really are.
Since our country has gone to (all-volunteer) service,
women have signed up at the present rate of 14 percent.
While this is (admirable), it falls far short.
Having more women sign up has many advantages to
women, such as physical and mental training self assur-
ance, and self esteem and self reliance.
It is not always about shooting guns and killing people.
We have gone through a period some 30 years now
where men needed to understand what women go
through on a daily basis raising children. While this is a
ongoing effort it is time for women to show their equality
and responsibility to their country by signing up in much
greater numbers.

What school keeps getting ignored?

According to the 1959 school district upgrade plan, what
school built in 1959 is still not fully air-conditioned?
What school is near the bottom of the district 7-year plan
for upgrade?
According to the minutes from a Cocoa School Task
Force meeting, what school was overlooked when the dis-
trict added sport facilities?
What school was closed for two years because the district
needed students to open a new school?
If you said Clearlake Middle School in Cocoa you're right.
On the seven-year plan, $7.7 million was borrowed for
HVAC but Clearlake doesn't appear on lists for installation
(according to the seven-year projected capital revenue-
sources and uses, Sept. 2, 2005 working paper).
Another Cocoa school falls victim of single member dis-
trict school board elections.

This paper pampers to liberals...

It appears this paper like most of the others is pandering
to the liberal America hater.
A word of advice to all of you back-seat presidents. Don't
judge another man unless you can stand in his shoes.

... you're all Democrats...

You have the one-side-ed-est (sic) paper I have ever read.
Must be all Democrats.

... stop the Liberal rants...

My rant is that you ask ranters to refrain from slanderous
statements, yet you have printed several Bush-bashing let-
ters full of inaccuracies.
I suggest you ask for signatures and limit letters to 20
lines. Most are too long and redundant.

... keep politics out

This last Friday issue of Rants & Raves, you had two let-
ters, both of them politically dominated, which I feel
should not have been in the paper.
If you want to get political, you're doing to destroy your
paper.
People with complaints about Melbourne, Palm Bay,
taxes or the traffic, that's one thing. But when you let peo-
ple come in and expound about their political feelings and
berate other people, that's not being constructive.
You'd do better to keep the politicians out of your paper.
Let the Florida Today receive their letters.
Keep your paper clean. I think people will like it better,.
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entire political spectrum as possible.

Grades don't matter in politics

In reply to the person who wrote Clinton and Obama
(were no) better than a C student, I'm not going to get into
a racial issue if that is where this guy is going with this obvi-
ously misguided and ill-informed person.
If you are inferring that Bush and John Kerry were C stu-
dents, so be it.
It just goes to show you want an education can and can't
do.
Your precious William Jefferson Clinton was a Rhodes
scholar and we all saw what it did for him.
I don't happen to know the grades of Obama or Hillary.
Nor do I care.
The fact of the matter is that he doesn't have the experi-
ence for the job he is running. At least not yet.
By the way, I'm a white guy and I volunteered to serve my
country and did so with distinction for more than 26 years
and that was my decision for better or worse.
I had no misgivings since I was a volunteer and was in the
military during the Vietnam War. This, as you put it, a
"white guy's war" where we lost 58,000 brave souls and got
absolutely not a thing out of it.
You missed the point with Clintons and his other women
in the White House. The fact is, most people could care less.
Nor could I care less about his sexual exploits. The fact of
the matter he hurt the country because when he was vet-
ted he was paralyzed by the scandal and could get nothing
else done.

Hurrah to Humane Society
I'd like to say, since I've moved to the Brevard County area
from Orlando four years ago, I have thoroughly enjoyed liv-
ing here.
I look forward to the Hometown News, especially to the
Rants & Raves, but I have noticed an awful lot of rants and
not many raves.
So here goes my letter which happens to be a rave.
I want to give a big "hurrah" to all the staff at the Central
Brevard Humane Society on Cox Road in Cocoa. They are
all totally dedicated and work so hard for little money,
seven days a week.
I have volunteered there in the past and plan on doing
more volunteer work in the future. I couldn't believe the
work that is involved in running an animal shelter. It takes
very special people to dedicate themselves so tirelessly in
the office, kennel, and raising money to run it.
I'm sure not everyone knows that they get no county
funding and the only money they recei is from contribu-
tions and donations from good-hearted animal lovers.
I admire these people tremendously and I can tell they
truly love what they do and each and every animal that is
left at the doorstep leaves a lasting impression on their
hearts.
To all those people out there, when you are thinking of
getting a family pet, think about adopting.

Keep airport, but lower the fares

I think the Melbourne Airport is a big plus to our area.
When I used the airport, it was very clean, and I was
proud to show it to my out-of-state visitors.
For anyone to even suggest closing it or tearing it down,
(that) is plain ignorant.
If we can get the five airlines on the shortlist to negotiate,
and offer more destinations and lower fares, it would be


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fantastic.
I would really like to see a straight flight to Philadelphia
from Melbourne.
I know many people up North who come to visit and they
would love a direct flight into Melbourne.
I would definitely use the Melbourne Airport if the fares
were lower or the same price as I have to pay for a flight out
of Sanford or Orlando.
It would be great not having to drive so far when we have
an airport right here.

Forget ads, give voters substance

You know what I want from a political candidate?
Not a bunch of empty words about "fighting" for us, like
this was a spectator sport.
Not photo-ops with their jackets casually over their
shoulder, while wearing makeup.
Not staged debates and staged appearances.
I want their voting record. I want to know the organiza-
tions they associate with. And I want to know who they're
taking money from.
I want a candidate who refuses to take money, who can
explain his or her positions in letter to the editor, and who
does not advertise.
I want the media to do its job for a change, and give us
one, concise set of facts about the candidate.
Anyone who votes for a pretty face or a slick advertise-
ment should not be allowed to vote.

Do we really need more prisons?

Gov. Charlie Crist said Florida needs to prevent, not react
to crime.
How do we prevent something that must be committed
before legal action can be taken?
We can do our best to keep from being a victim, but the
criminal will still violate someone less protected.
If we want to lower crime and protect our communities,
two things must occur.
The first, and most important, is education.
Parents must instill the importance of education to their
children. Education allows for choices. Choices, that can
make a life fulfilling and purposeful.
The other is to empty our prisons of those convicted of
victimless crimes. They have not violated any other citi-
zens' rights.
It seems our judicial system could and should operate on
one premise. If the act committed violated someone's ci\il
liberties and personal freedoms, then the person responsi-
ble should be incarcerated accordingly. If not, they should
be set free and not suffer any monetary burden.
As a law abiding citizen I don't want violent people on the
street, but until the crime is committed they can't be locked
up. So make room for them, don't just build new jails and
prisons.

Make insurers cover homes, too

The Feb. 9 article, "Insurance top concern..." covered the
homeowners law passed by the Jan. 15 special session of
the Florida legislature, a (bandaging) attempt at best,
which still remains the hottest issue with Florida home-
owners and voters.
The best approach is to follow the brave action taken by
the New Jersey and Louisiana legislatures, where each
passed a real law to have insurance companies cover "all
insurance or none." This meant that Allstate, Travelers,
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From page A6
State Farm, Progressive and others could not drop home-
owners insurance and still carry the lucrative car insurance
on the person it dropped.
Let it happen here!
Secondly, a law should be passed to require all "car insur-
ance only" companies like GEICO, Met Life, Hartford,
Nationwide and others to also cover homeowners and/or
donate millions of their dollars for the privilege of doing
business in Florida, possibly eliminating the taxes and
assessments for Citizens Insurance.
Gov. (Charlie) Crist has to lead this charge for the voters.
Please, everyone call the governor, senators and repre-
sentatives and AARP to lead this charge.
Editor's Note: Hometown News could not verify New Jer-
sey's insurance regulations. As of December 2006, Louisiana
has proposed what lawmakers call "cherry-picking" restric-
tions, but have not yet approved them. Florida recently
approved restrictions mandating that insurers selling auto
insurance must sell property insurance beginning in 2008.

Let's have a snowbird tax.

Snowbirds are never going to stop coming to Florida, so
they should pay for using our state and for all the incon-
veniences they cause to year around residents.
Florida residents always foot the bill for keeping the state
going.
We work and live here and have to keep this state going all
year long. When our scary season comes and the bad stuff
hits us hard and destroys the state, we stay and fix it up
again just so that every winter season, we get invaded by
millions of ungrateful, rude, tightwad snowbirds who hog
all of our facilities, swamp our restaurants, drain our gaso-
line, overcrowd our streets and take the best stuff from our
garage sales.
I say let these snowbirds pay a tax on using our state
when they run down here because it's too cold where they
live.
We pay the ever-increasing heavy property taxes and
insurance rates that are killing us. Let the snowbirds pay
their share for having our state to use and abuse when they
can't stand to be in theirs.
With them paying that "Snowbird Share our State" tax,
then our Florida state property tax and insurance rates
would be reduced.

Don't want Spanish-language TV programs

I am an American who speaks English, you know, the only
recognized language (in our) country, so why does Time
Warner Cable TV Cable Co. make me pay for four Spanish-
speaking stations when I can't watch them because I can't
understand a thing that they say.
I don't care if they put 100 Spanish speaking stations on
cable, as long as the Spanish speakers pay for them and not
me.
These non-English-speaking stations should be in the
premium price class of cable and should cost more for the


customer who wants it.
If the cable company wants English-speaking people to
pay for these Spanish stations, then at least let them broad-
cast the movies that they play in English and put Spanish
subtitles below. Then at least, I would be able to watch
what I am paying for.
After all, these Spanish-speaking people were supposed
to learn our lingo when they invaded our English-speaking
country.

Return Internet spam to senders

Once again Microsoft is promoting another new operat-
ing system.
While you are experimenting with all the new Vista fea-
tures, do not look for a "Return to Sender" button.
Wouldn't you think that with the technology that allows
hackers and authorities to trace most activities on the
Internet to their source using the IP addresses assigned to
every computer, we should have a "Return to Sender" but-
ton for all the spam and graffiti junk that arrives in our
mailbox.
Wouldn't that soon put an end to spam and mass mail-
ings if they were inundated with their own returning junk
mail?

Two rants err in logic

Two rants caught my attention this week.
One was "Bush is to blame for Iraq failures," which
declares that there is no point trying to figure out why the
president started the Iraq war.
Among the facts are the discredited intelligence about
weapons of mass destruction that was fed to our CIA by
European agencies, but most significantly are the 14 Unit-
ed Nations resolutions that Saddam had either ignored or
blatantly refused to comply with.
Then, add in the fact that (Saddam's) anti-aircraft artillery
batteries were taking target practice on our pilots who were
enforcing the UN sanctioned no-fly zone, which was estab-
lished to keep the Iraqi Air Force from bombing the Kurds.
in northern Iraq.
Of course, this is never mentioned on the Moveon.org
Web site, so some people would not be aware.
The other (item) was that Lisa Nowak may be promoted
to a high-security, high-paying job in the Navy ("No sym-
pathy for Nowak").
Apparently that ranter was not aware of two things:
1). The military normally issues secondary punishment,
double jeopardy maybe, to those who commit and are con-
victed of civil offenses, up to and including dishonorable
discharge. You can lay money on that in this case.
2). There are many adults who wear diapers, so it is nei-
ther unusual nor shameful that an astronaut who some-
times wears them as part of their space paraphernalia
would wear them on a long trip where they might not have
facilities available to relieve themselves.
The only way that Nowak can come out of this without
complete destruction to her Navy career is to get a not
guilty verdict on all charges in court.

Victims of sex offenders don't get a choice


There is no defense for sex offenders (and) drug dealers.
Drug dealers are like a salesperson. They try to sell you
something.
You can say yes or no. (It's) your choice to do the right
thing- say no.
On the other hand, a sex offender is not trying to sell
something but is taking something (from a) child for life.

Causes listed for Mideast problems

The problems in the Middle East, Iraq included, are
caused by our unquenchable thirst for oil, which is often
misused, and our unbending support of Israel's politics
and actions.

Maybe there is nothing to faith

I believe there are two kinds of faith.
There is faith based on something substantive, and then
there, is blind faith, based on pronouncements of a schol-
arly prestigious person (who has) no real basis.
I have faith that astronomers are right when they say the
Earth revolves around the sun because they can back up
their pronouncements.
When a person tells me I have a soul that may go to
heaven if I am worthy, I say where is your proof?
Blind faith is not good enough for me. Houdini was not
able to communicate from beyond.
I say examine your beliefs. Are they real or are they
blind?
Most people cannot examine their beliefs. Their attitude
is I don't care what anybody says I am going to believe
such and such. It makes them feel good. Without their
beliefs, they have nothing.
Could it be that there really is nothing?

Floridians need better road manners

I agree with the (rant) noting the dangerous habits of
Floridians on the road today.
I commute between Titusville and Palm Beach Gardens
on a weekly basis, and I observe many drivers who do a
lot of dangerously bone-headed stuff.
Failure to use turn signals and violating speed buffers
are just two of the problems I've seen.
One problem I've observed is a driver's inability to see
beyond a car length ahead of them.
This is exemplified by the driver attempting a pass when
they realize that the lane they just changed into has a
slower moving vehicle, so they invariably change back.
Had they bothered to look first they would have avoided
this unnecessary maneuver.
Another bad habit is driving at speeds well beyond the
posted limit.
It seems that, no matter how many times the point is
clearly made, people still seem to think that the speed limit
is a suggestion.
Another bad habit tailgating. Tailgating is a very danger-
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Use Civil Engineering
Applications," while Blenis
presented "Puzzle Your
Pupils: Make Puzzles Part
of your Game Plan."
Also, Judi Marino, FIT's
director of transfer and
international student
enrollment, was elected to
the consortium's board of
directors. She will chair the
Affiliate Member Commit-
tee.

Session welcomes
new residents,
business people

Newly relocated busi-
nesspeople and residents
are invited to Brevard
Insight, a two-day
overview of issues, institu-
tions and leadership in the
county.
The session, presented
by LEAD Brevard, will be
April 10 and 17.
Participants will learn
about the major institu-
tions and key leaders in the
community.
Tuition fee is $400 a per-
son, which includes course
materials and meals.
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forms or for information,
visit www.LEADBrevard.org
or contact Erica Lemp at
Erica @LEADBrevard.org or
call (321) 632-8222.

Wine dinner
planned April 19

A wine dinner is planned
Thursday, April 19, at
Island Pasta Co., New
Haven Avenue, Melbourne.
This is a five-course din-
ner and wine tasting.
Cocktails will begin at 6
p.m., with the first course
served at 6:30 p.m.
The co-sponsor is The
Flying Corkscrew.
Cost is $60 a person; a
$25 deposit is required.
For reservations, call
(321) 723-1584.


President talks
about BCC future

A presentation on "The
Future of Brevard Commu-
nity College" is planned at
the next meeting of the
Melbourne-Palm Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce,
Business Breakfast of
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7:15 a.m. Thursday, April 5,
at Crowne Plaza, 2605 N.
Highway A1A, Melbourne.
Registration deadline is
noon April 2. Cost is $18
for members prepaid; $28
for members at the door;
and $30 for potential
members. Register at
www. melpb-chamber. org
or (321) 724-5509, Ext. 241.

Businesses take
part in marketplace

Local businesses are
invited to participate in
Mega Marketplace, a busi-
ness-to-business network-
ing event.
The event will be Tues-
day, April 24, at Imperial's
Hotel and Conference
Center, 8298 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne.
Registration will be 7:15-
7:45 a.m., with the event
beginning at 8 a.m. Lunch
will follow at 1 p.m.
The event is hosted by
the Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce,
the Greater Palm Bay
Chamber of, Commerce,
the Melbourne/Palm Bay
Area Chamber of Com-
merce and the Titusville
Area Chamber of Com-
merce.
The cost to participate is
$50 for chamber members
and $100 for non-mem-
bers. Individual tables, for
chamber members only,
are available for $75.
Limited table display
space is available for $40
for members and $100 for
non-members.
Sponsorship opportuni-
ties are available.
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(321) 459-2200 or visit


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Ron Jon opens
two more stores

Ron Jon Surf Shop has
opened two new surf-
themed' stores in Fort
Myers and Myrtle Beach.
Both will sell clothing,
beach accessories,. sou-
venirs and other leading
surf-label and Ron Jon-
branded merchandise.
For information, visit
www.ronjons.com.

Marketing firm
wins 10 Addys

McBride Woodbridge
Marketing was awarded 10
Addys at the annual
awards gala Feb. 24.
The awards are spon-
sored by the Space Coast
Chapter of the American
Advertising Federation.
The firm received a Gold
Addy Award for the La
Bella Spa Web site,
www.labellaspa.com; Par-
adise in Brevard Magazine;
a stationery package for
technology group CNI; a
logo design for Mel-
bourne-based Terry Labo-
ratories and a promotional
T-shirt for law enforce-
ment training gear manu-
facturer, RedMan.
Silver awards were given
for two Brevard Workforce
brochure, a series of direct
mail postcards for CNI,
business-to-business sales
material for RedMan
Training Gear, a Florida Air
Academy direct mail pro-
gram and the Terry Labo-
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Staff writer
STUART Just knowing
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hurricane season is price-
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peace of mind is provided
by Gulfstream Aluminum
& Shutter in Stuart.
Gulfstream is taking the
Eastern coast of Florida by
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and home improvement
products.
Owners John and Bar-
bara O'Brien, have been
committed to providing
safety and security
through their family-
owned-and-operated
business to homes and
businesses for more than
20 years.
The immaculate 20,000
square foot building hous-
es their showroom and
manufacturing shop and
is located at 3001 S.E. Gran
Park Way in Stuart.
Mr. O'Brien said the
Gulfstream family lives by
one rule the customer is
always right.
"We've succeeded in this
business because we do
whatever it takes to satisfy
our customers, Mr.
O'Brien said. "My wife and
I are from the old school of
working hard and putting
in long hours."
For two decades home-
owners, businesses and
large corporations have
turned to Gulfstream for
custom-fit Bahama, roll-
up, Colonial and accor-
dion shutters and storm
panels.
Mr. O'Brien said each
piece is custom painted.
"We have our own paint
line that brings customers
a much better paint finish.
If' people want something
specific, we can do it."
The high-quality finish'
and precise color match-
ing of the paint is one of
the reasons that time and
time again, customers


chose Gulfstream prod-
ucts.
Gulfstream also offers a
complete line of home
improvement products
such as screen enclosures,
retractable awnings, lat-
tice shade structures and
replacement and high
impact windows.
All storm protection
products are measured to
their exact specifications,
and then manufactured in
the shop. Gulfstream's in-
house professionals then
install the finished prod-
uct.
Gulfstream has .80
employs that help keep the
fine-tuned and incredibly
organized company at the
top of its class.
They ship everywhere,
even overseas.
Mr. O'Brien says it's
important for homeown-
ers to secure their home,
and the sooner the better.
"Securing your home
should be like doing your
taxes, don't wait until the
last minute," he said.
Mr. O'Brien said there
are government programs
available through the state
for which many people
qualify and that could help
cut the cost to customers.
"The government pro-
grams available are for cit-
izens to help defray the
cost," Mr. O'Brien said. "I
have seen customers apply
for the programs and
receive up to $3,000. It is a
great deal for the retired
and fixed income cus-
tomers."
The spectacular show-
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Republican women
to meet April 4

The Melbourne Area Fed-
erated Republican Women
will meet at 11 a.m.'
Wednesday, April 4, in the
At East Club Restaurant,
Indian River Colony Club,
1936 Freedom Drive, Viera.
Carol Saviak, executive
director of the Coalition
for Property Rights in
Florida, will speak.
Reservations are needed
by April 2. Call Barbara
Davis at (321) 727-1212 or
visit www.melbournegop-
women.org.


(Syndicated News) Imagine placing
yourself in a situation where you have only
a 20 percent chance of coming out a win-
ner. That equals out to an 80 percent
chance of coming out a failure eight out
of ten times that you'll come away from the
situation with your head hanging and your
hopes gone. Sound like a ridiculous situa-
tion to enter into in the first place? Maybe
so, but the fact is that millions of Americans
risk those same odds every year by starting
their own businesses. Why such a high rate
of failure? Simple. It all comes down to
competition.
Today's business world is a 24-hour,
worldwide marketplace driven by Internet
commerce. Businesses which take advan-
tage of technology often find themselves at
the top of their game. Businesses which fail
to capitalize on the possibilities of technol-
ogy, however, often find themselves closing
the doors on their dreams. It's a fact that
separates the 20 percent from the remain-
ing 80 percent and it's a fact that
Globat.com marketing manager Helen Lee
knows well.
"Having a Web site is crucial to business
success," states Lee. "Consumers depend
on the Internet for many of their purchas-
ing decisions, and if a company's name isn't
out there gaining exposure, many con-
sumers will pursue the competitor's prod-
uct."
Lee's comments hold special significance
for small business owners around the coun-
try. The reason? Small businesses often lack
the extensive marketing and IT staff that are
found in larger companies and major cor-


Visiting nurses
offering free
screenings

The Visiting Nurse Asso-
ciation is offering free
blood pressure and blood
sugar screenings at two
locations
Melbourne: 3-5 p.m.
Monday, April 2, at Wal-
greens, corner of Eau Gal-
lie Boulevard and U.S. 1.
Satellite Beach: 9:30-
10:30 a.m. Thursday, April
5, at the David R. Schecter
Community Center, 1089
S. Patrick Drive.


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necessary. For informa-
tion, call (321) 752-7550.

Freethought group
discusses atheism

The Space Coast
Freethought Association will
meet at 1:30 p.m. Sunday,
April 1, at Melbourne Public
Library, 540 E. Fee Ave.
The group will discuss
the claim that April 1 is
National Atheists Day.
For information, call
(321) 952-1231 or visit
w w w. spacecoast-
freethought.com.


portions throughout the world. The result
is that small business owners are forced to
take on responsibilities they may not be
properly trained for which, unfortunate-
ly, often ends up costing them profits in the
long run.
"Some larger corporations literally have
hundreds of individuals involved in design-
ing Web sites and introducing Web-based
marketing campaigns," says Lee. "Even if a
small business has better service or a better
product, they will still be overshadowed by
the competition unless they can offer their
customers the opportunity to search them
out on the Internet."
The positive news for business owners is
that organizations like Globat.com are now
able to offer Web hosting solutions which
rival even the best in the industry all
without needing an extensive IT staff or
previous high-tech knowledge. The pro-
grams offered help a user create, update,
and maintain a Web site of any type. The
same programs also offer such features as
privacy guards, photo options, content
management software, and video publish-
ing software. Pursuing the options, says
Lee, is often what separates the successful
from the unsuccessful.
"I'm sure not every small business owner
out there is necessarily happy with the idea
that profits are often won through high-
tech avenues, but the fact is that competi-
tion has continued to become more fierce
in the business world. Whether or not peo-
ple follow the trend is up to them, but they
should at least know they have options 4,
available to them." '


Sea turtle group
plans meeting,
clean up

The Sea Turtle Preserva-
tion Society has two
upcoming events planned.
General meeting: 7:30
p.m. Thursday, April 5, at
Melbourne Beach Com-
munity Building, 509
Ocean Ave. Paula Berntson
of Brevard County Natural
Resources Management
Office will talk about
efforts to reduce artificial
lights that are visible from
the beach and sea turtle
grant programs for beach-
front homeowners.
Beach clean-up: 8 a.m.
Saturday, April 7, at
Coconut Point Park, 3535
S. Highway A1A, Mel-
bourne Beach. Bags pro-
vided.
For information, call
(321) 676-1701 or e-mail


Brevard County
goes Hollywood

"We'd like to thank the
Academy...".
It was Oscar night at the
Holiday Inn Convention
Center in Cocoa, and
Community Based Care of
Brevard was there.
Eckerd Youth Alterna-
tives sponsored "Holly-
wood Nights," a fundraiser
to support programs for
at-risk youth.
Several area restaurants
offered samples from their
menus, and local clothing
retailers contributed fash-
ions modeled by local
celebrities and children


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Master naturalist
training scheduled

Master naturalist training
is scheduled starting April
8.
The class, "Coastal Sys-
tems Module," will be con-
ducted at Riverwalk A
Family Park, 5355 U.S. 1,
Rockledge. Those who
complete the 40-hour
course will be registered in
the UF-IFAS Master Natu-
ralist Program database as
an upland habitats natu-
ralist.
The cost is $200.
Registration forms are
available at the nature cen-
ter and at www.MasterNat-
uralist.org. For informa-
tion, call (321) 433-4490 or
e-mail riverwalk@brevard-
parks.com.


from the program.
"I felt a little bad for the
local celebrities," said
Hilary Farnum of CBC of
Brevard, "They were seri-
ously upstaged by the kids."
Farnum accepted the
Entourage Award on behalf
of CBC of Brevard, which
was recognized for having
the largest contingent pres-
ent. -
CBC's LaShawnda Hark-
ness was also recognized for
her glamour and style, with
a nomination for best lead-
ing actress.
CBC of Brevard is working
with the Eckerd Family
Foundation to create a pro-
gram here in Brevard Coun-
ty to help young people


Lose weight
through hypnosis

The program, "Weight
Loss with Hypnosis: Using
Your Mind for a Change,"
is scheduled 6:30-8:30
p.m. Wednesday, April 2-
25, at the Sebastian River
Medical Center, Dining
Room 1.
The sessions will be lead
by Dr. Kathy Doner, board-
certified internist, nutri-
tionist and certified hyp-
notherapist.
Cost is $119, which
includes all four sessions,
three CDs and a work-
book.
Registration is required
by calling Daisy Knowles
at (772) 581-2066. For
information, call Dr.
Doner at (772) 581-0221 or
visit www.KathyDoner-
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aging out of foster care
make a successful transition
to adulthood.
CBC of Brevard is the
county's lead child welfare
agency.
Brevard CAR.E.S. helps
families suffering from the
stressors that can result in
neglect or abuse, and helps
them build on their
strengths, keeping families
stronger, and together.
Since its inception in 2005,
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From page Al
begin his quest for the seat,
which state Rep. Mitch
Needelman, R-Melbourne,
is forced to vacate in 2008
due to Florida term limit
laws, which limit house
members to four two-year
terms and senators to two
four-year terms.
Mr. Steele, who has previ-
ously contributed financial
support to Rep. Needelman's
campaigns, said a big part of
his decision to run was the
fact that Rep. Needelman
could not run again.
"I would not be seeking
this seat if there were not
term limits because of the
seniority of Rep. Needel-
man," he said. "Experienced
people get things done."
Mr. Steele also said he
would support limits on
campaign lengths and that
he believes six months
would be long enough.
Despite this assertion, Mr.
Steele wasn't the only early
bird in that race.
Democrat Tim Shipe, who
lost his bid against Rep.
Needelman in 2006, has also
filed state forms officially
beginning his campaign for
the office in 2008.
On Merritt Island, long-
time political activist, part-
time lobbyist and business-
man Sean Campbell has
already announced his can-
didacy to replace the outgo-
ing state Rep. Bob Allen, R-
Merritt Island, in 2008.
And Brevard County jun-
ior legislators, state Reps.
Thad Altman and Ralph
Poppell, have also registered
their bids for re-election in
2008.

Candidates of the
future ... today!
While it might seem a


short time until that elec-
tion, what about the 2010
or even 2012 races?
Rep. Allen recently
became the first candidate
in the 2010 bid for the Bre-
vard County state Senate
seat now occupied by state
Sen. Bill Posey, R-Rockledge.
In 2010, Sen. Posey will be
forced by state laws to step
down, and while Rep. Allen
must abandon his house
seat in 2008, he is already
poised to return to the legis-
lature as a senator just two
years later.
"It is well known that I
have always intended to fol-
low Sen. Posey in the Sen-
ate," said Rep. Allen of his
early announcement. "Peo-
ple (can) clearly see that I
am ready to continue my
service in the state senate,
and can rally behind us."
Rep. Allen said he, too,
weighed term limits as a
part of his decision to seek
higher office.
"We are fortunate to have
Bill Posey in the Senate," he
said. "Only when Bill Posey
leaves the seat, will I run."
Rep. Allen also said he
opposed limits on cam-
paign lengths.
"The First Amendment
guarantees political free
speech without time limit,"
he said. "It gives candidates
of less financial means the
opportunity to get out their
message to the voting pub-
lic."
Rep. Allen is one of three
candidates statewide seek-
ing legislative seats not slat-
ed to come before voters
until 2010.

Are term limits
to blame?
Sen. Posey said such
long-term posturing for
public office has become
the norm in recent years.


"Before term limits, it was
unknown when someone at
the next level might vacate
the office," Sen. Posey said.
"Now, it is much more pre-
dictable and office seekers
are trying to establish long
term plans more frequent-
ly."
Many say this has always
been popular, but with term
limits shining a spotlight on
the exact date that incum-
bents will be forced to leave
office, political planning has
become more effective and
more popular.
"Filing early is nothing
new," said Brevard Republi-
can party chairman Ray
Marino. "This gives candi-
dates a chance to get their
names out there, and to
raise money for the elec-
tion."
"I believe that it has
always been a part of the
process," said Brevard
Democratic Chairwoman
AmyTidd. "Good planning
and strategy leads to great
results."

In the year 2012 ...
While Mr. Marino said
two years is common, and
four is not unheard of,
what about announcing
six years early for an elec-
tion in 2012?
A longtime political
activist, former Palm Bay
city councilman and cur-
rent assistant to Brevard
County Commissioner
Helen Voltz,. Calvin "Tres"
Holton has already
announced his intention
to seek the state house seat
now occupied by state Rep.
Thad Altman, whose four
terms won't end until 2012.


Mr. Holton said he has
not begun aggressively
campaigning for the seat
yet, but said he had filed
the state required candida-
cy documents. He also
said his reasons for filing
early were in order to raise
money, to allow Rep. Alt-
man to complete his
tenure in the state house,
and to be prepared in the
event the lawmaker
stepped down before that
time.
"The only disadvantage
to filing early is burnout,"
Mr. Holton said. "I know


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Among the very greatest
were the soldiers who
landed at Normandy on D-
Day, June 6, 1944, in the
largest military invasion
from the sea in the history
of the world.
Image Tours is one of
only a few tour operators
offering this WW II specific
itinerary. This is a 15-day
tour beginning in Amster-
dam and ending in Paris.
The tour takes travelers
to famous battle sites, war
museums and memorials.
Scenic and cultural
highlights are also includ-
ed, making this tour an
enjoyable combination of


learning, sightseeing and
reflection.
The tour in Amsterdam
features the neatly kept
pastures and canals of the
Dutch lowlands. While in
downtown Amsterdam,
you might want to visit the
Anne Frank house, where
the teenager hid with her
family and wrote her
poignant diary.
Then stop at the Wings
of Liberation Museum,
which focuses on the
landing of the 101st
Airborne Division, the
Screaming Eagles.
From there you will
travel to Remagen to view
the remains of the strate-
gic bridge that collapsed
under heavy use and
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Travel columnist

advance over the Rhine in
March 1945.
A few miles south is
Boppard, where travelers
will board a pleasure boat
for an upstream ride on
the enchanting Rhine


River.
Then it's on to Nurem-
berg, where Hilter staged
his huge propaganda
rallies.
In Munich, you can visit
the hidden enclave chosen
by Hilter and his aides as a
mountain retreat, and pay
a thought-provoking visit
to the Dachau Concentra-
tion Camp.
Other highlights are the
town of Saverne and
Lorraine's American
Cemetery, the largest
American World War II
cemetery in Europe.
From there travelers
continue to Luxembourg,
where Gen. George S.
Patton is buried. While
there, visit the Luxem-
bourg National Museum


of Military History. Also
there will be a tour of the
World War I battlefields
near Verdun.
At Clairiere de
L'Armistice, you will find a
replica of the railroad car
in which the Armistice of
World War I was signed
and where the French
were made to sign a
declaration of surrender to
the Nazis on June 22, 1940.
An entire day will be
spent touring the famous
Normandy landing
beaches. You will drive to
the coast and stop at
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and Ste.-Mere-Englise,
then onto Omaha Beach
and the American ceme-
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attention until the time is
appropriate. Citizens do
have a life."
Brevard Community Col-
lege provost and govern-
ment professor, Amy Hen-
dricks, Ph.D., said while
such long-term posturing is
more public, it is hardly a
new trend.
"Before, candidates only
had to court a smaller group
of'insiders,'" she said. "Now,
in part due to the media,
they have to start early to
appeal to a much larger
audience."


'All in the family'

Another popular phenom-
enon that seems to be popu-
lar among term limited offi-
cials, and the local insiders
who hope to replace them, is
to encourage family mem-
bers to run as replacements.
On the national scene for-
mer first lady Hillary Clinton
is making waves as the fron-
trunner for the Democratic
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candidate.
Brevard County's first leg-
islative wife to announce her
candidacy in the 2008 elec-
tions was Deborah Mayfield,
wife of current District 80
state Rep. Stan Mayfield, R-
Vero Beach, whose district
includes the southern-most
part of Brevard.
Rep. Mayfield, whose
recent bout with cancer has
been making headlines, is
expected to remain in office
despite his illness until his
term expires.
.Another legislative spouse
Brevard voters may want to
consider is Beth Allen.
While Mrs. Allen has not
officially announced her
candidacy to succeed her
husband, Rep. Allen con-
firmed the subject has been
discussed.
"Beth and I have been
overwhelmed by die posi-
tive encouragement that
individuals and groups have
been giving to her to run,"
he said. "We have never
envisioned ourselves as a
political couple and never
planned to be serving in
public office at the same
time. This is a personal deci-
sion that Beth will have to
make."
"We haven't got any statis-
tical data yet, but we have
definitely seen this trend
emerging," said Jeremy
Johnson of U.S. Term Limits,
an organization that has
been promoting term limits
for both state and federal
office holders for more than
a decade.
"We've seen spouses and
even children running for
offices."
Mr. Johnson said these
kinds of candidacy are not
consistent with the spirit of
term limits, and that it may
be something that voters
could address in future ref-
erenda.
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so strong, politicians will
often hang on to it any way
they can, even if they have to
use a wife, son, or daughter
to do it," Mr. Johnson said in
an email to Hometown
News. "Fair competition in
politics is the ultimate goal
in term limits and the 'family
plan' is a bit of a short cut
around it."

The rise of
women in politics

Ms. Hendricks said this
trend has a lot more to do
with the emergence of
women in politics then with
family connections, howev-
er.
"I think people tend to
marry people with a lot in
common. ,.ard as t\e see
women become more
involved in legislative poli-
tics, it makes.,,Swse," Ms.
Hendricks said, adding that
nearly 23 percent of state
lawmakers nation wide are
now women.
Ms. Hendricks said it was
more likely that as women
take a place on the political
stage, it is a spouse's famil-
iarity with the political
process that drives this lat-
est phenomenon.
'A long time ago, I think
the only way to keep him
in office was to elect her,"
she said. "Now it is much
more likely that these
women share their hus-
band's political tempera-
ments."

Bypassing term limits

Florida is one of 16 states
with legislative term limits,
which became popular with
Florida voters in the early
1990s. While these limita-
tions are beginning to open
up opportunities for some,
they have also raised many
questions.
(I) don't know that it does
much for statesmanship,
particularly when aspiring
candidates spend more time
looking for greener pastures
then doing the job they are
currently elected to do," said
Sen. Posey, who said he has
always supported term lim-
its, but admits they have had
some drawbacks.
"There are definitely
downsides to term limits,
but there are still many ben-
efits too," he said. "Candi-
dates (do) feel forced to
become more proactive. A
good counterpoint, howev-
er, is that opportunities for
fresh faces are also opening
up.
Mr. Johnson said he, also,
sees progress in Florida's
term limits despite any
emerging trends.
"Before term limits were
enacted in Florida, a majori-
ty of the legislature was not
even really elected," he said.
"Any unopposed candidate
wasn't even placed on the
ballot, and there were a lot.
How is that for competi-
tion?"


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Easter
From page A 12


April 8, Cuyler Park, 2329
Harry T. Moore Ave., East
Mims.LTheme: "He Rose."
Sponsor: East Mims Civic
League. (321) 267-1841.

SOUTH BREVARD

Wickham 'Park:
Eggstravaganza. 9-11 a.m.
Saturday, March 31, youth
area of park, Melbourne.
Ages 5-12. Crafts, photos,
free balloons, holiday
games, costumed char-
acters, Mr. and Mrs.
Bunny. $2 a child; must
be accompanied by
adult. South Area Parks
and Recreaton, (321)
6375732.
* Palm Bay Communi-
ty Center: Lunch with
Easter bunney, 11 a.m. to


2 p.m. Saturday, March
31, 1502 Port Malabar
Blvd. N.E. Face painting,
egg hunt, photos with
Easter bunny, crafts,
games, magic show. $4,
ages 3-12; $5, ages 12 and
older; free, 2 and
younger.
* DeSoto Soccer Field:
Flashlight Egg Hunt, 9
p.m., Thursday, April 5,
DeSoto Parkway, Satellite
Beach. For first- to sixth-
graders. Cost: $5. Tickets
required. Sponsor: Satel-
lite Beach Recreation
Department. (321) 773-
6458 or www.satellite-
beachorg.
* Wesley United
Methodist Church: Orig-
inal Easter musical
drama presentation, 7:30
p.m. Friday, April 6, Wes-


ley United Methodist
church, 2075 Mead-
owlane Ave., West Mel-
bourne. (321) 7227-7585.
First Presbyterian
Church of Palm Bay:
Easter egg hunt, 9:30
a.m. Saturday, April 7,
Christian Education
Building, 1080 Port Mal-
abar Blvd N.E., Palm Bay.
Also food, crafts. All
ages.
* Fellowship United
Methodist Church: Egg
hunt, 10 a.m. to noon
Saturday, April 7, 975
Malabar Road, Palm Bay.
Ages 1-10. Games, face
painting, refreshments,
Happy the Clown
appearance. (321) 723-
2143.
* Palm Bay Culver
Model Center: Easter


Extravaganza, 10 a.m. to
noon Saturday, April 7,
1432 Culver Drive, Palm
Bay. Ages 2-12. Free.
Photo with Mr. Rabbit,
train rides, egg toss, face
painting, prizes, snacks,
entertainment, jumping
castle. Bring lawn chairs
or blanket. RSVP, (321)
726-0428.
* St. Sebastian's By-
the-Sea Episcopal
Church: 11 a.m. Satur-
day, April 7, 2010 Oak St.,
Melbourne Beach. But-
terfly, release, egg hunt,
Holy Eucharist and
lunch. Children present
"Easter Fish Tales." Free.
(321) 723-3015.
* Melbourne Square
Mall: Photos with the
Easter bunny through
Saturday, April 7. 11 a.m.


to 8 p.m. Monday to Sat-
urdays, and noon to 6
p.m. Sunday. At mall,
1700 W. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 727-
2000. Cost varies by print
selected.
+ St. John's Park: Sur-
vivor on Egg Island hunt,
8 a.m. Saturday, April 7,
610 Young St., downtown
Eau Gallie, Melbourne.
Toddlers to grade 6. (321)
254-3365.
* DeSoto Tennis
Courts: Breakfast with
the Easter Bunny, 10 a.m.
Saturday, April 7. For
children through age 6.
Includes doughnuts,
juice, egg hunt and pho-
tos with the bunny. Cost:
$5. Tickets required.
Sponsor: Satellite Beach
Recreation Department.


(321) 773-6458 or
www. satellitebeach. org.
* Wickham Park: Park-
way Drive, Melbourne. "A
Celebration of Salvation,"
1 p.m. Sunday, April 8. Free
food, drink, jump castles,
snow cones. Egg hunt at 3
p.m. Sponsor: Jesus is the
Key, www.jitk.org, (321)
724-8434.
* Crowne Plaza: "The
Chalk Guy," 10 a.m. Sun-
day, April 8, 2605 N. S.R.
A1A, Indialantic. Jason
Anthony (www.jasonan-
thony.net) presents the
Easter Story in a new way.
Free. Sponsor: Church for
the Beach.

Easter Events is a listing
of Easter-related events in
Brevard County.


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'The Hype' needs your help on the arts beat


X after months of
appearing on the
ont page, I'm
apparently an overnight
sensation.
Suddenly, people know
me. Or, think they know
me.
Like the guy who yelled
after passing me in down-
town Melbourne last
Saturday night.
He said, "Hey! Don't you
write a column in the
paper?"
"Yes!" I answered,
excitedly.
"Yeah. 'Romancing the
Stove' or something," he
said.
"No. It's 'The Hype,'" I
insisted.
"Sure."
Then there was the
woman who saw me at the
Classic Albums Live series.
"You're with Smalltown


News, aren't you?"
After I told her it was
Hometown News, I men-
tioned that it was sort of
correct, because we do
cover "small-town" news
exclusively. I gave her
credit for getting warm.
At a recent fundraiser, a
gentleman asked me if I
wrote for the paper.
In an ill-fated attempt at
comic relief, he referred to
it in a slightly derogatory
way. But finished with an
awkward "I read it every
week."
Sure.
Of course, my biggest
fans are people who know
me. They are the ones I
can always count on to
read my stories every
week.
People like my mom, my
fiance, Clint and my
coworkers. Sometimes I


swear my dog, Jesse, even
glances at the papers
strewn on the coffee table
each Saturday morning.
Of course, I know there
are others out there who
read this column and
related arts and entertain-
ment stories.
Those are the people I
want to hear from.
Maybe you know about a
musician who is worthy of
a profile, or an artist
producing inspiring works
that the rest of the com-
munity should know
about.
\Whoever they are and
wherever they may be, i'd
love to discover more
hidden talent and news on
the arts scene.
Let me know that you're
out there.
Tell me you read it in The
Hype.


LISA M. ONORATO
The Hype

My contact information
is below, or just yell at me
when you see me on the
street.

This weekend

Play-within-a-play:
The College Players at
Florida Institute of Tech-


nology present "Macbeth
Did It," a comedy, at 8 p.m.
Friday, March 30 and
Saturday, March 31, as well
as April 5-7. Tickets are $8
for general admission; $5
for those 55 and older,
military members and
students. Details: (321)
674-8767.
Encore performance:
Surfside Players present
"The Rocky Horror Picture
Show" at midnight Friday,
March 30; Saturday, March
31; Friday, April 6; and
Saturday, April 7. Tickets
are $10. Surfside Play-
house is at 300 Ramp
Road, Cocoa Beach.
Details: 13211 783-3127.
Don'f forget your props.
Alternative rock: Tribe
and Tainted Mind will
perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
April 6 at the Metro ,.. ;..
Cinema Entertainment


Complex, 3020 W. New
Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Details:- (321) 727-
7819.
Kites/music: The High
Note Kite and Music
Festival is from noon to 4
p.m. Saturday, March 31 at
Ocean Park in Melbourne
Beach. Features children's
activities, music, drum
circle, belly dancing and
kites. Details: (321) 255-
4400.
Lewis Black: The
comedian will perform at 7
p.m. Sunday, April 1 at the
King Center for the Per-
formingAfts, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Ticket prices vary.
Details: (321) 242-2219.

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Shakespeare comedy:
Florida Tech Players pres-
ents "Macbeth Did It" at 8
p.m. tonight and Saturday,
March 31 and April 5-7 at
Gleason Performing Arts
Center on the campus in
Melbourne. Tickets are $8,
$5 for those 55 and older,
students and military
members. Details: (3211
674-8767.
* Rocky Horror: Surfside
Players presents an encore,
presentation of "The Rocky
Horror Picture Show" at
midnight tonight, Satur-
day, March 31 and Friday,
April 6 and Saturday, April
7. Tickets are $10. Surfside
Playhouse is at 300 Ramp
Road, Cocoa Beach.
Details: (321) 783-3127.
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bourne. Details: (321) 676-
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COMING EVENTS

Ballet: Dance Theater
rming Arts presents
third annual "Sleeping
y" at 2 p.m. Saturday,
7 at Titusville Play-
e, 301 Julia St. Tickets
10 and $12. Details:
267-4452.
Award winning high
o1 jazz band: Satellite
School Jazz Band will
rm 3-6 p.m. Saturday,
7 at Wickham Park.
ls: (321) 674-8950.
High school play:
ite High School Per-
ng Arts Department
nts "Picasso at the
Agile" at 7 p.m.
;day, April 12 and Fri-
Lpril 13. Tickets are $7
able at the door
ning one hour before
performance. Details:
779-2003.
Art auction: An


Club presents, j eqyeingi
of Middle Eastern and
World Fusion Dance at 6
p.m. Saturday, April 14 at
the Henegar Center for the
Arts, 625 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Tickets
are $15 in advance or $18
the night of. Details: (321)
726-0171.
* Indian River Festival:
The 32nd annual Indian
River Festival returns
Thursday, April 19 through
Sunday, April 22 at Sand
Point Park in Titusville.i
Features Grammy winner
John Anderson, midway;
and rides, arts and crafts
show, food, drinks, mili-
tary displays and Civil War
reenactments. Details:
615-8111.
* Musical comedy: Bre-
vard Community College
presents "Pippin" at 7:30
p.m. Thursday, April 19-20
and 2 p.m. Sunday, April 22
at the Bernard W. Simpkins

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2007 kite-flying festival begins on 'High Note'


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer


Kites can be traced back to 500
B.C. China, when they were used
to relay messages.
In the 1880s, Charles Dickens'
"Copperfield" character, Richard
Babley, flew kites to clear his clut-
tered mind.
On Saturday, March 31, Brevard
County residents will gather to fly
kites during the"High Note Kite
and Music Festival."
The event, scheduled from


noon to 4 p.m. at Ocean Park in
Melbourne Beach, was the brain-
child of Donna Lee, a program
coordinator for the Brevard
County Parks and Recreation
Department.
"I worked on the kite festival in
the Bahamas for 10 years," Ms.
Lee said. "When I came back, I
wanted to do the festival here."
Each year brings a larger
crowd. Ms. Lee estimates that
more than 500 people attended
in 2006.
"Last year's event was just


enormous. It was the biggest one
ever," Ms. Lee said.
This year's festival features the
Mills Brothers Blues Band, who
will perform on a stage set up on
the beach, as well as perform-
ances by the Earth Drum Tribe
and belly dancers.
Other highlights include kite-
flying demonstrations, kite
boarding demonstrations, where
riders on boards are pulled by
kites over the water, and a kite-
making workshop for children.
Attendees can also purchase a


chance to win items donated by
Kite World owner Annette
Bernard. Kite World is on A1A,
just south of the intersection of
Fifth Avenue in Indialantic.
Ms. Lee said The Rotary Club of
Melbourne Beach donated $600
for the event.
"I really couldn't do this without
the help of all the sponsors," she
said.
Other sponsors include Beach
Bait & Tackle, Beach Street Eatery,
Beyond & Back Travel, Djon's,
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For information, call (321) 255-
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
They design, they calcu-
late and ...they act.
Since 1969, the College
Players, the student-run
drama organization at
Florida Institute of Technol-
ogy, has staged two or three
productions a year.
On Friday, March 30, the
College Players presents the
comedy "Macbeth Did It."
The production is a play
within a play, wherein
Emerson, a drunk, purchas-
es a theater, and his wife,
Dolly, an aging actress, gets
cast as Lady Macbeth.
Comedy ensues as the
director, Larry, tries to get
his cast through the pro-
duction and the trauma of
working with Dolly.
Though Florida Tech is
known throughout Brevard
County for its science-
based curriculum, the Col-
lege Players are working
toward sharing its mem-
bers' theatrical skills with
the community. The group
consists of 40-60 students,
whose experiences vary
from technical positions to
actors.
Vice president of the Col-
lege Players T.J. Kupchick,
producer of "Macbeth Did


It," said he was surprised at
the talent pool at the col-
lege.
"Even though a lot of us
are engineers, we were also
involved with high school
and community theater
before college," Mr.
Kupchick said.
"The students do this
purely for the love of the-
ater," he said.
The school funds the
Players through the Stu-
dent Activity Fund, but the
group relies on the support
of theu community and
local businesses.
President of the College
Players David Hemdon
said the group operates on
a budget of about $3,000-
$6,000 a year.
So far, he said, the group
does a good job of stretch-
ing the budget each year.
Members often use their
own costumes and scour
thrift stores for props.
However, if a musical is
planned, he said the costs
can easily skyrocket.
"A musical requires more
money to produce due to
typically larger casts, the
musical score, acquiring
rights to use the music,
and extra scripts and
music books."
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Entertainment writer
Joan Baez, Arlo Gutherie
and Bob Dylan are just a
few of the artists responsi-
ble for popularizing folk
music in the 1960s.
However, two Brevard
County musicians are
strumming their own way
into the history books.
Sharon Osuna of


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Merritt Island walked away
with top honors in the Best
New Florida Song Contest
sponsored by the Will
McLean Foundation.
Since 1989, folk music
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years old. He spent his life
writing songs that chroni-
cled Florida's environment
and history.
The event is a combina-
tion of performances,
workshops and songwrit-
ing contests.
This year's festival was
March 9-11 at the Sertoma
Youth Ranch in
Brooksville, Fla.
Two of Mrs. Osuna's
songs tied for fourth place
in the top 10 songs: "Flori-
da Christmas" and "Florida
Flats Boat Romance."
Mrs. Osuna's grandmoth-
er was a folk singer from
southern Illinois and
taught her to play guitar
when she was 11.
Mrs. Osuna began per-
forming in high school.
"I was listening to Bob
Dylan and Peter, Paul and
Mary and writing simple
songs," she said.
She continued writing
and performing through
college and hasn't stopped.
Four years ago, she
moved to Titusville and
discovered the local folk
music scene and found
Florida to be an interesting
subject for songwriting.
"My songs come from
experiences or stories from
my husband, who is an
avid fisherman," she said.
She is currently working on
a song called "The Cobia
Run" that celebrates the
annual run of the sportfish
up the Atlantic coast.
Mrs. Osuna said the festi-
vals are a great way to meet
people, trade songs and
perfect her craft. ,
"There are so many
opportunities to hear and
see interesting peformers,"
she said. "And festivals like


Photo courtesy of Ray Osuna
Local musicians recently participated in the Will McLean Festival at Sertoma Youth Ranch
in Brooksville. From left is Bill Stuart of Palm Bay, Norm McDonald of Rockledge, Sharon
Osuna of Titusville, Chris Kahl of Merritt Island and Al Scortino of Sebastian.


this aren't expensive for
the amount of musicians
you get to see perform."
Chris Kahl's song
"Native Land," about the
Native American Indians
of Florida and the Trail of
Tears, and "The Ballad of
Harry Morgan," based on
Ernest Hemingway's
book "To Have and To
Have Not," were in the
top 10 at this year's fes-
tival, with "Native Land"
tying in fourth place.
His song "Floridiana
Hotel," from his
"Orange Blossom Mem-


ories" CD, was .in the
top 10 songs in the 2006
Best New Florida Song
Contest.
Mr. Kahl grew up in
Merritt Island, but his
appreciation for Florida
history didn't kick in until
he lived in London for
several years, where he
participated in buskingg"
or street performing.
The experience would
later inspire his own
songwriting style..
"I spent several years
listening to English and
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songs about their culture
and history," he said.
He returned from
abroad with a new pur-
. pose behind his music.
He said he likes to think
of his CD "Orange Blos-
som Memories" as a
soundtrack to the state.
And said he hopes it gives
people a sense of what it's
like to live in Florida.
He said he was honored
by the recognition he
received at the McLean
Festival and is pleased to
carry on the tradition of
Florida folk music.
"It's a great Florida fes-
tival, he said.
Mr. Kahl's next per-
formance is at 2 p.m.,
Sunday, April 1 at the
Cocoa Beach Library, 550
N. Brevard Ave.
His performance,
"Musical Journey through
Florida," will feature the
educational program he's
created for elementary
students at Cambridge
Elementary School as
part of his involvement in
the Brevard Cultural
Alliance's Artist in Resi-
dence program.
For information, visit
www.chriskahl.com.
Mrs. Osuna's next per-
formance is at 7 p.m. at
Van Gogh's Creative Cafe
in Melbourne. For infor-


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Fine Arts Auditorium,
Cocoa campus, 1519 Clear-
lake Road. General admis-
sion. Tickets are $8 and $5
for students and seniors.
Details: (321) 433-7385.

ONGOING
ENTERTAINMENT

Acoustic Cafe: 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 Fridays.
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 Chil-
dren's Science Center, is $5
for adults, $3 for senior cit-
izens and $2 for children
and students with identifi-
cation. Free for museum
members. Admission is
free to the general public 1
to 5 p.m. Thursday. For
information, call (321)
242-0737.
Brevard Museum of
History and Science:
Located at 2201 Michigan
Ave., Cocoa, it is open
Monday through Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sun-
day noon to 4 p.m. Admis-
sion for adults is $5.50, $5


for senior citizens, $3.50
for children 5-16 and $4 for
college students. Museum
members are admitted
free. For -information, call
(321) 632-1830.
Downstairs Gallery:
Located at 909 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne, is
open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is free. For
information, call (321)
727-8470.
Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery: Located at 1470
Highland Ave., Melbourne,
open 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday
to. For information, call
(321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass
Design Studio: Located at
2415 Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday to Satur-
day. For information, call
(321) 725-7005 or visit
wtw.foremanartglass. corn

Kennedy Space Center
Gallery: Features an exhib-
it of various collections of
space art at the Kennedy
Space Center Visitor Com-
plex on NASA Parkway off
State Road 405. Admission
is $37 for adults and $27 for
children ages 3 -11. Open 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For infor-
mation, call (321) 452-
2121.
LoPressionism
Gallery: Exhibits artwork
of local and international
artists. Hours are 11 a.m. to
7 p.m. on Monday through
Thursday and Saturday, 11
a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday
and from 12-5 p.m. on
Sunday. The gallery is at
1010-B E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. For informa-
tion, call (321) 722-6000 or
v i s i t
www.lopressionism. com.
* Melbourne Civic The-
ater: 817 E. Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourne. The the-
ater produces various
plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows,


events and experimental
theater throughout the
year. For information, call
(321) 723-6935.
+ Mud Flats Pottery &
Gallery: Located at 826 E.
New Haven Ave., in down-
town Melbourne. Features
handmade works by lead-
ing Pacific Northwest, local
and regional artist in a
variety of media. Hours are
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. For
information, call (321)
951-1310.
North Brevard Histori-
cal Museum: Located at
301 S. Washington Ave.,
downtown Titusville. Open
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday.
Admission is free and guid-
ed group tours are avail-
able. For information, call
(321) 269-3658.
Rossetter House His-
torical Museum: The his-
torical house and museum
is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday through Satur-
day and is located at 1320
Highland Ave. in old Eau
Gallie. Admission for guid-
ed tours is $5, and admis-
sion to museum grounds is
free. For information, call
(321) 254-9855.
*, Silken Galleria: Hosts
and exhibits the artwork of
local award-winning
artists Jerry Hooper, Vicki
Busby and Rene6 Decator
and award-winning glass
artist Pam Mclean. Gallery
is at 912A E. New Haven,
Ave, Melbourne. Hours: 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday, and
noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Information: (321) 733-
2788.
* Sunshine Framing and
Art Gallery: The gallery
hosts a variety of classes,
guest artists and events at
5410 Murrell Road, Suite
111, Viera. For informa-
tion, call (321) 433-3332.
* Sundancer Gallery:
The gallery is an outlet for
young Native American
artists and jewelry makers


Festival
From page A18
nation, visit The next festival sched- ault.htm.
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nosuna. Festival in White Springs. Contact Lisa M. Onorato
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noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.
The gallery is at 6 Florida
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information, call (321)
631-0092.
* Teen Poetry Night:
Takes place at 7:30 p.m.-
second Tuesdays at Barnes
& Noble at 1955 W. New
Have Ave., Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
726-9505.
* The Valiant Command
Warbird 'Museum: Fea-
tures displays of military
aircraft pre World War II to
the present. The museum
is at the Space Coast
Regional Airport, 6600 Tico
Road, Titusville and is
open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven
days a week. For informa-
tion, call (321) 268-1941.
+ Silken Galleria: Hosts
exhibits for various artists
at 912 E. New Haven Ave.
in historic downtown Mel-
bourne. Currently on dis-
play is the artwork of local
award winning artist Jerry
Hooper. For information,
call (321) 733-2788.
* Surfside Playhouse:
Located at 300 Ramp Road,
Cocoa Beach, the theater


produces various plays
and musicals, as well as.
hosting a youth player
group and workshops. For
information, call (321)
783-3013.
* Titusville Playhouse:
Located at 301 Julia St.,
Titusville, the theater pro-
duces various plays and
musicals, as well as host-
ing a youth player group
and workshops. For infor-
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call (321) 733-1227.
* Ventana al Mundo:
"Window to the World" is a
gallery of Latin American
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giving. back," said Ms.
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haircuts to) hospice resi-
dents, then doing cut-a-
thons for theVFW."
Money was tight, so Ms.
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although she still oper-
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at 223 West Hibiscus
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With the challenges off
keeping a business afloat
and raising a daughter as
a single mom, Ms. Buck-
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time to give to others.
"I didn't know if I would
make it," said Ms. Buck-
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As for the solution, I
believe it has to be in the
form of stricter enforcement
and stiffer penalties.

Let's really not leave
children behind

"No child left behind" -
what does this phrase really
mean in the United States?
I know what the intent of
that phrase means in
Europe.
Rather than stoop to a sys-
tem of mediocrity that the
U.S. has concocted over
many, many years, our
trans-Atlantic brethren cre-
ated (and) funded alterna-
tive avenues of education.
High school students
overseas determine their
direction in life through test
scores. If one is not aca-
demically qualified, tech
schools are available in all
specialties.
In the U.S., social promo-
tion and grade retention
has been the answer to
dealing with slow learners.
( R e a d
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki
/Social_promotion)
The result is that the slow


learner becomes a burden
to this .system of educa-
tion.
The reasons why our sys-
tem of education is mediocre
(are) multifaceted:
Instead of providing (and)
funding multi-directional
education, all financial
resources are focused on
"pushing (and) squeezing"
all the students (toward)
college.
Schools are desperately
trying to raise their scores,
and teachers are blamed for
the slow learners.
Also the media has made
us believe that it is accept-
able to look down on blue
collar workers.
All this pushing and shov-
ing (toward) college has
caused an acute shortage of
qualified technicians in all
specialties. (Read:
http://www.npr.org/tem-
plates/story/story.php?sto-
ryld= 7504120)
The education system in
the U.S. needs to embrace
the needs of all students in
. recognizing their special-
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should be realized in the
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cat food has forced local
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Humane Society was forced
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Romancing the Stove

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Old-time Italian Easter pies
range from sweet to super spicy


DOUGLAS PARKER
Doing Just the Right Thing

Focus on

deeds,

not words
Davie decided that it
was time for a good
hand washing.
He had been playing
cards with his two older
cousins for almost an
hour, and during that time
he had managed to bring
several snacks over to the
table, including cookies,
ice cream and some
slightly burned toast
covered with raspberry
marmalade.
"You are a total slob,"
said Kam, Davie's 7-year-
old cousin who was
visiting from out-of-state
with his fraternal twin
Kyle. "No, you are the
epitome of slobness. If we
look up the word 'slob' in
the dictionary, it would be
like, 'Ohlookie, there's
Davie!' Why don't we just
get out the hose and wash
you down like they do the
statues at the park?"
Not being able to
distinguish sarcasm from
normal conversation,
Davie thought that was a
great idea.
"Yeah! Cool! Can we?"
"No, we can not," said
Kyle, after shooting his
brother a glare.
"Darn," the new St.
Peter's Preparatory
Institution's preschooler
whined to his older
cousins as he turned on
the water in the sink,
leaving raspberry finger-
prints on the faucet.
As the two older boys
cleaned their hands and
wiped up the mess,
Davie's attention was
diverted to a funny-
looking bird in the back
pond that he saw out of
the rear sliding glass door.
The bird was mostly
black and had a long neck.
It was swimming along
peacefully like the rest of

) See PARKER, B2


Hello smart shoppers.
Hope you had a good
week.
Easter is coming! Today's
column will give you recipes for
very old, traditional Italian
Easter pies. If it weren't for the
requests I have received, I
would never have thought of
printing them.
They involve a lot of work, but
for some people, tradition is
tradition.
Pizza Rustica is a spicy, meat
pie. I didn't think anyone in the
family still made this very
expensive not to mention high-
fat dish. Then I found out my
cousin, Irene Sacco, still does. I
will give you her recipe and
another from a friend.
Ricotta pie is a sweet, cheese-
cake-like dessert that's not too
difficult to make.
Another Easter pie is Pizza
Granna. Pizza means pie in .
Italian. It is my favorite and is
made with whole grains.
After recently tasting Irene's
version, I knew I just had to
have the recipe.
The ricotta and grain pies are
considered sweet pies and have
a cookie-like crust. They require
the optional addition of can-
died diced orange and citron.
I always thought citron meant
all kinds of candied citrus,
didn't you? I went to my World
Book encyclopedia and found,
-"The citron tree, which is native
to Asia, bears a grapefruit-size
lemon-like fruit with a thick
rind. The fruit is considered
inedible, but the aromatic rind
is candied and used in baking."
While reading this informa-
tion, I remembered a huge,


beautiful tree my
parents had in
Boynton Beach. It
was there when they
bought the house
and we could never
understand why -
anyone would plant
such a strange" 'I ,-
"grapefruit" tree with
a thick rind and large
juice cells that
contained no juice.
One day an Asian
family knocked on
mom's door and asked if they
could buy the fruit. Evidently
they saw the tree from the
road.
Since she wasn't using them
she told them to take what they
wanted. They wouldn't hear of
that, it was not an "honorable"
thing to do. Twenty-five cents
each seemed fair and they
picked several. A few days later
many more friends appeared
and as the tree was getting bare
the price went up to 75 cents
each.
When I finally learned what
citron was, I put two and two
together; mom and dad had a
citron tree.

Slippery Crisco: Some of
today's recipes contain Crisco,
which has been around since
1911. Before that lard (pork fat)
was used.
Today's Crisco has no trans-
fats. The original blue label, as
well as the "new" green label,
which states it has no trans-
fats, have the same nutritional
list. The only difference is the
green label version has a
higher price. Tricky, huh?


PIZZA RUSTIC
Recipe No. 1 (NIB)


As you will see, this is a very
spicy dish. You can cut the heat
by using sweet dried salami and
reducing the pepper. Do not
add salt. There is plenty of salt
in the meats.

4 ounces Genoa salami
4 ounces proscuitto (Italian
cured ham)
4 ounces boiled ham
4 ounces hot, dried salami or
pepperoni
12 eggs.
1 (15-ounce) container ricotta
1 cup grated Parmesan or
Romano cheese
1/4 cup coarse ground black
pepper
Piecrust (recipe follows)

Cut meat in small pieces or
thin slices; set aside.
Beat eggs with ricotta, grated
cheese and pepper. Add meat
and blend well.
Use a large 9- by 13-inch, 2-
inch-deep glass baking dish. Fit

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Ideas and
Comparisons

Using a butter substitute
instead of butter
in baked goods is usually fine,
but when making a piecrust,
if butter is specified,
you must use butter.
Since the dough must be chilled
before rolling,
it will be impossible to handle
if you use a substitute.





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Holiday baking
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Today's recipes all freeze well.
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the birds in the pond, until
all at once it did a surface
dive and went under the
water.
"Hey, Mom!" Davie
cried. "The fishybird is
back again!"
"Oh, hey, look at that,"
Kyle said, as the bird
popped back above the
surface. "It's an anhinga. I
haven't seen one of those
in years!"
"Let me see," Kam said,
pushing his brother and
Davie out of the way so he
. could open the glass door
to get a better look.
"Right pond, wrong
beak, my sadly unin-
formed sibling," Kam
corrected, as he got a good
look at the ravenous
waterfowl. "That there
fishing bird is a cor-
morant, not an anhinga."
"No way, Audubon-
brain. It's black, it dives



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under the water for food,
has a strong neck and it
swims zigzag, which is
why it is also called a
darter."
"Gee, what a funny
animal. So, Mister Keegan-
Michael Key, just look at
the hook on its beak."
As the two older boys
continued to disagree,
Davie went out and sat
peacefully on one of the
wooden chairs on the
lanai and said quietly to
himself as he marveled at
the graceful creature, "I
don't care what its name
is, it's the fishybird to me."
Doing just the right
thing means taking the
time to listen to other
people's point of view
from time to time.
Often, people believe
that not only do they have
to be correct, but they
need to have the other
people around them know
they are correct as well.
Once we lock ourselves
into a singular point of
view, it is sometimes
difficult to hear what
others are saying, even if


they have a reasonable r
point of view.
By paying attention to
the people and the world
around us, we can at the
very least try to hear a
different point of view and
what it might be telling us.
But, we'll never know
what's out there if we don't
listen.
By that point, Grandpa'
Joe had come in from the
garage where he had been
tinkering with the family
Buick's carburetor.
As he was wiping the oil
off his hands, he took a
few moments to take in
the whole situation that
was unfolding on the
porch.
"Come on, look! It's
drying its feathers in the
wind, just the way an
anhinga does," Kyle
insisted.
"They both do that,
raptor-breath!"
"So, Davie, what do you
make of all this?" Grandpa
Joe asked.
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piecrust into dish, fluting
the edges. Pour in filling. If
you have enough leftover
pastry, create a basket
weave design across the
top. Bake in a 375-degree F.
oven for about 1 hour or
until eggs are set.
Serve warm.

PIE CRUST
If you choose, you can
use my piecrust recipe or
store-bought pastry sheets
instead.
1 cup flour, sifted
Pinch of salt
1/2 cup solid vegetable
shortening, such as
Crisco
Ice water
Sift together flour and
salt, cut in shortening. Add
water 1 tablespoon at a
time until dough sticks to
your fingers.
Roll out on pastry board
and fit into baking dish.

PIZZA RUSTICA
Recipe 2 (NIB)
1 stick pepperoni
1/2 pound ham
1/2 pound Italian sausage
4 eggs
1 cup ricotta
1/4 cup grated Romano
cheese
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
8 ounces mozzarella,
cubed
8 hardboiled eggs, cut up
Cut pepperoni and ham
in small pieces or slices,
set aside. Remove sausage
from casing and brown
lightly, drain; set aside.
Beat eggs with ricotta,
Romano cheese and
pepper. Add meats,
mozzarella and hardboiled
eggs. Refer to recipe No. 1
to finish pie.

PIZZA GRANNA
(Easter Wheat Pie)
NIB
This pie, which is made
from whole wheat, is
deliciously different.
Aunt Molly, my mom's
sister, carried on the
tradition handed down for
generations and now


thanks to her daughter,
Irene, I can share this
recipe with you.
Cooked grain is usually
available for purchase at
Italian bakeries. It is now
also available in cans.
Aunt Molly got the
recipe for the sweet crust
made with brown sugar
from a friendly Italian
baker.

PASTA FROLLA
(Flaky Sweet Pastry)
Makes enough for2
deep-dish, 9-inch pies
1 cup dark brown sugar,
packed
4 cups all purpose flour
1 cup solid vegetable
shortening, such as
Crisco
2 large eggs
2/3 cup cold water
In a large bowl, mix
sugar and flour. Cut in
Crisco using a pastry
blender or an electric
mixer set on low speed
until shortening is the size
of small peas
In a measuring cup
break eggs into the 2/3 cup
water and beat with a fork
to blend, then, using the
same fork, mix water
mixture into dry ingredi-
ents until moistened.
Chill dough for at least
1/2 hour.
Roll out to fit a deep-
dish, 9-inch pie pan,
leaving a 1/2-inch over-
hang. After filling is added,
use 3/3-inch- wide strips
of dough to create a criss-
cross pattern over top pie,
and fold overhang over;
flute edge.

FILLING
Enough for 2 pies
6 large eggs
2.cups sugar (1 pound)
2 pounds ricotta
1 each, lemon rind and
orange rind, grated
1/2 teaspoon ground
cinnamon
1 ounces (2 tablespoons)
orange flower water or
rose water (available at
Italian bakeries) or 1/2
teaspoon orange extract
1/2 teaspoon ground
cinnamon
1 pound cooked grain


1/4 cup each, minced
candied orange peel and
citron (optional)
Beat eggs; add sugar,
ricotta, rinds, orange or
rose water and cinnamon.
Mix in grain and candied
fruits. Pour into pie shells
and bake in a pre-heated
350-degree E oven for 1 to
1-3/4 hours or until golden
brown. The pie is done
when a knife inserted in
the center comes out
clean.
Serve cold, dusted with
powdered sugar.

RICOTTA PIE
(Torta di Ricotta)
Pastry:
1 cup flour
1/2 cup sugar
Pinch salt
1/4 teaspoon grated lemon
rind
1 stick butter, room
temperature
1 egg yolk, beaten
Water, as needed
Sift together flour, sugar
and salt in a bowl. Add
lemon rind. With a pastry
blender, work butter into
flour until it resembles
coarse crumbs. Blend in
egg yolk and add water by
droplets until pastry can
be worked into a ball.
Cover with plastic and
refrigerate for one hour.
Roll out pastry and fit
into a 9-inch pie pan. Flute
edges.
Filling:
1 (15-ounce) container
ricotta cheese
1 cup sugar, divided
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon grated lemon
rind
2 egg yolks
2 tablespoons golden
raisins
2 tablespoons pine nuts
Diced orange and citron
peel (optional)
Confectioner's sugar
Preheat oven to 352
degrees E Beat ricotta with
half of the sugar and the
whole egg until smooth.
Add lemon rind. Add
remaining sugar and egg
yolks, beating until well
blended. Add the raisins,
nuts and candied fruit.
Pour into prepared pie
shell and bake for approxi-
mately 30 minutes.


If pie is browning too
quickly, cover lightly with
foil. Serve cold, dusted
with confectioner's sugar.
Arlene M. Borg, the
Grammy Guru, is available
for talks; call the newspa-
per at (772) 465-5656 and
leave a message..


When a recipe is not in
Mrs. Borg's cookbook it will
have, (NIB) next to the title.
For an autographed copy
of "Romancing the Stove
With the Grammy Guru,"
send $19 ($15 for the book,
$1 for tax, and $3 for
shipping and handling) to:
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Port St. Lucie, FL 34984.
Check, Visa, Master Card
or Paypal accepted.
They are also available at
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* City-wide Garage Sale:
8 a.m. to noon, Satellite
Beach Recreation Depart-
ment. Free. Register by
March 23: (321) 773-6458.
+ Garage sale: 8 a.m. to 1
p.m., Sandrift Community
Center, 585 N. Singleton
Ave., Titusville. Free Table
rent: $10 plus tax; payment
due March 28; (321) 264-
5037.
* Poker Run: Registra-
tion 9:30 a.m., Jabbers,
4365 Grissom Parkway,
Cocoa. First bike out: 10:30
a.m. Stops: Maui's Raw Bar
& Grill, Thirsty Bones, New
York New York and Lag-
goonz. Last bike in: 2:30
p.m., Jabbers. Lunch avail-
able. Raffle. Auctions. (321)
268-5033. Benefits Ron
Cavendish.
* Collectibles show: Best
Collectible Doll, toy, Bear
and Antique Show and
Sale, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Azan Shrine Center, 1591
W. Eau Gallie, Melbourne.
Admission: $3; free to chil-
dren younger than 12. Doll
doctor and appraiser.
Tables available. (321) 243-
5179.
* Images of Art: Festival,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Manatee
Sanctuary Park, Cape
Canaveral. Continues April
1. Fine arts, crafts, food,
music. Free parking and
admission. (352) 344-0657.
Ride to Rebuild Poker
Run: First bike out: 10 a.m.
Last one in: 5 p.m. Regis-
ter: Space Cost Harley-
Davidson/Buell-Palm Bay.
$10 single riders, $5 pas-
senger, $5 additional
hands. Restaurant dis-


Melbourne Village. Topic:
"Refraining Anti-Semitism:
Alternative Jewish Perspec-
tives," a book of essays by
various Jewish authors.
Fred Markham, facilitator.
Contact@SpaceCoastPro-
gressiveAlliance.org.


counts, Hooters Bike Wash,
50/50 drawings, Harley
gear electronics raffle.
Benefits: Mission work in
Dominican Republic. (321)
259-1311 or www.Space-
CoastHarley.com.
* Spring Fest: 11:30 a.m.,
Fox Lake Park, 4400 Fox
Lake Road, Titusville.
Walk-about Ministries.
Barbecue and auction. $8.
Judy, (321) 412 1421. Enter-
tainment by J.J. James Elvis
Tribute Artist.
* Free chair massages:
Noon to 2 p.m., Wild Oats,
next to Office Depot, S.S.
192, Melbourne. Sponsor:
Natural Approach
Acupuncture & Massage
Center.
* Kite Festival: High
Note Kite and Music Festi-
val, noon to 4 p.m., Ocean
Park, Melbourne Beach.
Free. Drawings for kites,
vendors, stunt kite flying,
kitesurfing, specialty kite
demonstrations. Music:
Mills Brothers. "The Tribe"
belly dancers perform at
2:30 p.m.
+ Free Magic Show: 2
p.m., Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa. Ron Ulmer Magic
Club. (321) 633-1792.
* Fantastically Female:
Third annual event, 2-4
p.m., Brevard Community
College, Roger W. Dobson
Building, 1519 Clearlake
Road, Cocoa. Free. Family
friendly. Art show, music,
henna demonstrations,
talks, more. (321) 433-
7355.
+ Square dance: 8 p.m.,
David Schechter Commu-
nity Center, 1089 S. Patrick
Drive, Satellite Beach. Alle-


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Club. John Saunder, caller.
Bev Landwehr, cuer. $4.
(321) 777-4418.

SUNDAY, APRIL 1

Lawride Memorial
Run: Fifth annual event.
Begins and ends at Space
Coast Harley-Davidson in
Palm Bay. Escorted by law-
enforcement. Registration
at 7 a.m. Starts at 10:30
a.m. $20 rider. $10 passen-
ger. $10 non-bike partici-
pation. Includes raffle tick-
et and barbecue. Brevard
County Sheriff's Office dis-
plays and celebrities. Jim
Pierce, bcso9ll11@aol.com,
(321) 264-8987, (321) 543-
6910; Gary Lyons, (321)
267-2366; or Alan Rainey,
(321) 794-6084.
* Images of Art: 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Manatee Sanctu-
ary Park, Cape Canaveral.
Continues April 1. Fine
arts, crafts, food and
music. Free parking and
admission. (352) 344-0657.
* Sunday Afternoon
Music: Musical tribute to
Florida with Chris Kahl, 2
p.m., Cocoa Beach Public
Library. 550 N. Brevard
Ave. Free. Seating limited
to 150. (321) 868-1104.
* Spring Fling: For pets;
children and adults. 2-5
p.m., Gazebo area, River-
front Park, Brevard
Avenue, Cocoa Village. Pet
parade ($5 entry fee), East-
er hat contest ($5), and
Pictures with the Easter
bunny ($10 a print). (321)
459-2652 or
www.coastalpoodleres-
cue.org. Sponsors: Coastal
Poodle Rescue and Freida's
Pet Boutique.
+ Gospel Fest, Lunch: 2-
5 p.m., Hilton Melbourne
Rialto Place, 200 Rialto
Place. Live music, family
play. $35. (321) 446-6603,
(321) 733-0504, (321) 984-
3894. Benefits Master's
Workshop Inc. building
fund.

MONDAY, APRIL 2

Cribbage: 6:15 p.m.,
Merritt Island Towers Con-
dominium Club. Nine-
game tournament. (321)
459-5358 or (321) 632-
2088.
Surf Road Project: 7
p.m. Monday, April 2, Mel-
bourne Beach Library, 324
Ocean Ave. Free. Acousti-
cal guitarists play folk, blue
grass and jazz.

TUESDAY, APRIL 3

+ Butterfly Buddies: 10
a.m., Brevard Museum of
History and natural Sci-
ence, 2201 Michigan Ave.,
Cocoa. Sponsor: Museum's
Guild. Presenter: Sandee
Natowich. (321) 632-1830.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4

+ Book discussion: 2
p.m., Melbourne Beach
Library, 324 Ocean Ave.
Annie Proix's collection of
short stories, "Close
Range," which includes
"Brokeback Mountain."
(321) 723-2655.
Ballroom dancing: 1-4
p.m., Palm Bay Communi-
ty Center, 1502 Port Mal-
abar Blvd. Music by Joe
Cotti and the Regents. $30.
(321) 952-3343.
Butterfly gardening:
With Martha Steuart, 7
p.m., West Melbourne
Library, 2755 Wingate Blvd.
Free. (321) 952-4508.

THURSDAY, APRIL 5

Refraining Anti-Semi-
tism: Space Coast Progres-
sive Alliance social, 6:30-9
p.m., Hester Wagner Com-
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Prep sports
Melbourne High School
Baseball
'April 2 vs. Cocoa, 6 p.m.
April 5 at Titusville,
6 p.m.
Softball
April 3 vs. Palm Bay,
6 p.m.
April 5 vs. Space Coast,
6 p.m.
Tennis (boys)
April 5 vs. Space Coast,
4 p.m.
Tennis (girls)
April 5 at Space Coast,
4 p.m.
Track and field
April 3 South County
qualifier, TBA
April 5 Cape Coast
Conference
Championships, TBA
FAA
Baseball
April 5 at Vero Beach,
7 p.m.
April 6 vs. Brevard
HEAT, 5 p.m.
Tennis (boys)
April 4 vs. MCC, 4 p.m.
April 5 at Titusville,
4p.m.
Eau Gallie High School
Baseball
April 4 at Palm Bay,
6 p.m.
April 5 at Cocoa Beach,
6 p.m.
Softball
April 2 vs. Port St. Lucie,
6p.m.
April 4 vs. Bayside,
6 p.m.
Tennis (boys)
April 5 vs. Bayside,
4p.m.
Tennis (girls)
April 5 at Bayside, 4 p.m.
Track and field
April 3 at Palm Bay,
4 p.m.
April 5 at Astronaut,
2:30 p.m.
Melbourne Central
Catholic High School
Baseball
March 30 vs. Brevard
HEAT, 5 p.m.
April 2 at Viera, 6 p.m.
April 3 at Brevard HEAT,
5 p.m.
Tennis (boys)
April 3 at Satellite, 4 p.m.
West Shore High School
Tennis (boys)
April 3 vs. Trinity Prep,
4p.m.
April 4 vs. Satellite,
4 p.m.
Track and field
April 5 at Holy Trinity,
4 p.m.


Discount golf
Brevard County Parks and Recre-
ation offers discount golf rates on all
three county courses through its Dis-
count Green Fee Card and the annual
Advance Green Fee Card.
For an annual cost of $65, the dis-
count card offers a free round of golf
with cart, discounts of up to 40 percent
on. green fees, and a 10 percent dis-
count on pro shop items.
The green fee card offers unlimited
rounds of golf for a full year at all inree
county courses for $577.
The offer also includes an additional
10 percent discount on pro shop pur-
chases.
For information, visit the pro shops
or the Web site at www.golfspace-
coast.com.
Beachside golf leagues
Two evening golf leagues are being
formed at Spessard Holland Golf
Course in Melbourne Beach.
An individual league will play on
Wednesday with a 5 p.m. shotgun
start, beginning April 18 and continuing
through September. The format will be
net score match play.
A business mixer golf league will
play on Thursdays with a 5 p.m. shot-
gun start, beginning April 19 and con-
tinuing through September. With a two-
person team, the format will be best
ball, match play.
Golfers may sign up as a two-person
team or as individuals to be paired.
"Last year's after-work league was
so popular, we saw the need to expand
it and create new formats," Rene Uzee,
pro/manager of Spessard Holland said
in a press release.
The registration fee for either league
is $15. The weekly cost for each league
is $17, which includes cart, green fee,
food, beverages, and prizes.
For information, contact Rene Uzee
or Roger Marcellus at (321) 952-4530.


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Prep sports

March 19
Baseball
Eau Gallie 11 Centennial 0 -
EG: Nick Scott, 2B; Jake Frazier,
2B (2); Josh Kennon, 2B; John
Leroux, 2B; Chris Pushman, 3B.
WP: Jordan Davis (3-1) LP: Ryan
Ruble (n/a) EG: 7-5
Melbourne 3, Rockledge 2 (8
innings) MEL: Logan Thomas,
HR. WP: Jae Hassleberger (6-0)
LP: Manny Rodriguez (n/a MEL:
13-0
Softball
Brevard HEAT 13, Merritt
'Island Christian 9 BH: Nicole
Apsey, 2B. WP: A. La Fontaine (4-
3) LP: Fiegle (n/a) BH: 4-3
Tennis (girls)
MCC 7, First Academy 0 -
SINGLES: Madelaine Genna def.
Kali Funk 6-1, 6-1; Megan
McWilliams def. Kelli Eattison 6-0,
6-1; Monique Medina def. Kristine
Hyotola 6-1, 6-1; Marissa
Woodard def. Amy Long 6-4, 4-6,


'7-6; Karly Kehres def. Augustina
Karpiuk 6-7, 6-7, 6-1. DOUBLES:
Genna/McWilliams def.
Funk/Long 8-2; Medina/Kehres
def. Eattison/Karpiuk 8-0 MCC: 3-
6 FA: 4-5
Tennis (boys)
MCC 5, First Academy 2 -
SINGLES: Evan Addington
(MCC) def. Geoff Chen 6-0, 6-2;
Matt Kriete (MCC) def. Hayden
Rodriguez 6-1, 6-1; Garrett
Caggiano (FA) def. Ryan McGrath
3-6, 7-5, 6-1; Jeff Congdon
(MCC) def. Drew Percival 6-3, 6-
2; Michael Batista (MCC) def.
Phillip Hammock 6-1, 6-1. DOU-
BLES: Addington/Hogan (MCC)
def. Chen/Rodriguez 9-7;
Caggiano/Percival (FA) def. Kri-
ete/McGrath 8-3. MCC: 5-5 FA: 4-
5

March 20
Baseball
MCC 4, FAA 0 MCC: Pat
Reibsame, 2B. WP: Phil Piotrows-
ki (4-1) LP: Ponce (n/a) MCC: 10-


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Tennis (boys)
Eau Gallie 6, Vero Beach 1 -
SINGLES: Wagner Chilan (EG)
def Sam Kornicks 6-1, 6-1; Andy
Bankert (EG) def. Patrick Riley 6-
0, 6-0; Alex Pinter (EG) def. Harri-
son Brown 6-2, 6-0; Andrew
Schilinski (EG) def. Alex Penegar
6-1, 6-0; lan McKay (VB) def.
Ethan Minner 6-2, 6-2. DOUL.
BLES: Chilan/Pinter (EG) def.
Kornicks/Riley 8-4; Bankert/Min-
ner (EG) def. Brown/Penegar 8-0
EG: 11-1 VB: 4-5
MCC 6, Merritt Island Christ-
ian 1 SINGLES: Evan Adding-
ton (MCC) def. Kelley Kennedy 6-
0, 6-1; Bobby D'Alessandro (MIC)
def. Matt Kriete 6-2, 6-7, 7-5;
Ryan McGrath (MCC) def. Scott
Swiegart 6-1, 6-2; Jeff Congdon
(MCC) def. Diego Perez 6-2, 6-2;
Michael Batista (MCC) def. Ben
Boatman 6-3, 6-3. DOUBLES:
Addington/Hogan (MCC) def.
Kennedy/D'Alessandro 8-4; Kri-
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Sweigart/Perz 8-1. MCC: 6-5
Tennis (boys)
Satellite 5, West Shore 2 -
SINGLES: C.J. Johnson (WS)
def. Pat Killeavy 5-7, 6-2, 6-2;
Colin Geoghegan (SAT) def.
Brian Kuell 6-4, 7-5; Matt Little
(SAT) def. Evan Bruce 6-2, 6-1;
Steven Schiff (SAT) def. Bill John-
son 6-1, 6-2; Jon Cline (SAT) def.
Dimitri Sarpoolaki 6-3, 6-0. DOU-
BLES: C.J. Johnson/Kuell (WS)
def. Goeghegan/Little 8-4;
Schiff/Cline (SAT) def. Bruce/B.
Johnson 8-6. SAT: 12-0 WS: 6-2
Tennis (girls)
Titusville 6, West Shore 1 -
SINGLES: Cara Fisher (THS) def.
Rosie Contreras 6-0, 6-0; Kristi
Gunnerson (THS) def. Jennie
Wang 6-2, 6-1; Christine Smith
(THS) def. Danielle Miller 6-0, 6-
2; Kate Ahmie (THS) def. Amanda
Rames 6-0, 6-0; Christina Vieria
(THS) def. Lauren Finch 6-4, 6-4.
DOUBLES: Smith/Vieria (THS)
def.Contreras/Miller 8-3;
Wang/Finch (WS) def.
Bayline/Voelpeo 8-3. WS: 6-2
THS: 11-1
MCC 7, Merritt Island Christ-
ian 0 SINGLES: Madelaine
Genna def. Jessica Quinn 6-0, 6-
0; Megan McWilliams def. Jenny
Stanton 6-1, 6-3; Monique Medi-
na def. Stephanie Quinn 6-2, 6-2;
Marissa Woodard def. Kristen
Brown 6-2, 6-1; Karly Kehres def.
Brenna Rawls 6-0, 6-0. DOU-
BLES: Genna/Kehres def. J.
Quinn/Stanton 8-4;
McWilliams/Medina def. S.
Quinn/Brown 8-2. MCC: 4-6
Track and field (boys)
Bayside 94, Eau Gallie 52,
Viera 22
Track and field (girls)
Bayside 69, Eau Gallie 61,
Viera 36
March 21
Baseball
Melbourne 2, Centennial 0 -
CNT: Justin Nechles, 2B; Alan
Kehres, 2B. WP: Logan Thomas
(4-0) LP: Joe Antoniato (n/a)
MEL: 14-0
Merritt Island 6, Eau Gallie 0
MI: Torey Ekey, 2B; Dustin
Geiger, 2B; A.J. Starkey, 3B. WP:
Starkey (n/a) LP: Chris Hamper
(3-2) EG: 7-6
Softball
Eau Gallie 13, Cocoa Beach 0
(5 innings) EG:. Michelle
Matarazzo, 2B; Kari Johnsen, 3B.
WP: Maryelena Coffey (n/a) LP:
Cassie Mall (3-11) CB: 3-13
Melbourne 12, Titusville 1 (5
innings) MEL: Theresa
Devine, 2B; Tiffany Bishop, 2B.'
THS: Brandy Pikus, 2B. WP:
Amanda Archer (n/a) LP: Pikus
(3-11)
Viera 9, MCC 8 MCC:
Danielle Kwoka, 2B; Jamie Long,
2B. WP: Ashley Martelle (10-3)
LP: Savannah McMillan (n/a)
VHS: 10-4'
Tennis (girls)
Eau Gallie 7, Gateway 0 -
SINGLES: Samantha Logue def.
Natalie Baez 6-0, 6-0; Aida Chila
def. Sadie Craft 6-2, 6-0; Jessica
Schmitz def. Sara Powers 6-0, 6-


0; Amanda Migliore def. Gabriella
DeGuzman 6-1, 6-2; T.C. Davis
def. Nathaly Hewawasam 6-1, 6-
1. DOUBLES: Logue/Schmitz
def. Hall/Davis 8-0;
Chilan/Migliore def. Craft/DeGuz-
man 8-2. EG: 8-3 GTW: 3-5
Space Coast 5, West Shore 2
SINGLES: Mary Kris Young
(SC) def. Lindsay Heinlen 6-3, 6-
4; Danielle Miller (WS) def. Felicia
Hart 6-1, 6-0; Erica Trotter (SC)
def. Amanda Ramos 6-0, 6-1;
Ashley Desiongco (SC) def. Lau-
ren Finch 6-1, 7-5; Caitland Mor-
ris (WS) def. Alyssa Odom 6-3, 7-
6. DOUBLES: Young Trotter (SC)
def. Ramos/Heinlen 8-2;
Hart/Desiongco (SC) def.
Miller/Finch 8-3. SC: 3-8.
Track and field (girls)
Satellite 96, Cocoa Beach 53,
West Shore 29
Track and field (boys)
Satellite 103, Cocoa Beach 39,
West Shore 32

March 22
Baseball
MCC 7, Father Lopez 1 -
MCC: Pat Reibsame, 2B. WP:
Tim Crawley (2-0) LP: Wiggins
(n/a) MCC: 11-3
Temple Christian 15, Brevard
HEAT 0 (5 innings) BH: Jake
Farber, 2B. TC: Sean Swim, 2B;
Josh Phillips, 2B. WP: Josh Far-
rell (4-0) LP: Peter Martin (n/a)
TC: 6-2.
Softball
Temple Christian 12, Brevard
HEAT 1 (5 innings) -TC: Rebe-
ka Maynard, HR. WP: Stephanie
Salazar (8-4) LP: Tenesia Sim-
mons (n/a) TC: 8-4
Tennis (boys)
Viera 4, MCC 3 SINGLES:
Evan Addington (MCC) def. Dylan
Gust 6-4, 6-2; Carlos Schectman
(VHS) def. Matt Kriete 6-0, 6-1;
Jamie Roberts (VHS) def. Ryan
McGrath 6-4, 6-1; Jeff Congdon
(MCC) def. Mark Klingberg 6-4, 6-
2; Anthony Pong (VHS) def. Kyle
Hogan 7-5, 6-2. DOUBLES:
Addington/Congdop (MCC) def.
Gust/Pong 8-4;
-Schectman/Roberts (VHS) def.
Kriete/McGrath 8-4. VHS: 4-6
West Shore 7, Space Coast 0
- SINGLES: Brian Kuell def.
Patrick Edwards 6-1, 6-0; Even
Buce def. John McGinnes 6-3, 6-
3; Will Johnson def. Joe Wisnews-
ki 6-0, 6-0; Dimitri Sarpoolaki def.
Ruben Rosario 6-0, 6-0; Drew
Miller def. Shawn Johnson 6-0, 6-
0. DOUBLES: C.J. Johnson/Kuell
def. Edwards/McGinnes 8-1; W.
Johnson/Sarpoolaki def. Wis-
newski/Rosario 8-0. WS: 7-2
Melbourne 7, Titusville 0 -
SINGLES: A.J. Nohrr def. Alex
Conley 6-1, 3-6, 6-0; Chad Sand-
berg def. Juan Rendon.7-6 (7-1),
6-3; Gregg Zimmerman def. Kerry
Mawn 6-4, 6-3; Eric Schleicher
def. Van Rylander 6-3, 6-1; Rick
Barnett def. Blaise Millenix 6-2, 7-
5. DOUBLES: Nohrr/Zimmerman
def. Conley/Mawn 8-4; Sand-
berg/Schleicher def.
Rendon/Rylander 8-1 MEL: 9-3
THS: 8-5


Cocoa Beach 5, Eau Gallie 2
SINGLES: Garrett Bell (CB)
def. Wagner Chilan 6-2, 6-2; Evan
MacDonald (CB) def. Andy
Bankert 7-5, 6-1; Eugene Wang
(CB) Alex Pinter 6-3, 4-6, 6-4;
Vinny Pualo (CB) def. Andrew
Schillinski 6-4, 6-1; Ethan Minner
(EG) def. Joel Heagy 6-2, 7-6 (11-
9). DOUBLES: Bell/MacDonald
(CB) def. Chilan/Pinter (default,
injury); Bankert/Minner (EG) def.
Wang/Heagy 8-5. EG: 11-2 CB:
11-1
Tennis (girls)
Titusville 6, Melbourne 1 -
SINGLES: Becca Mascellino
(THS) def. Corie Fisher 4-6, 6-1,
6-1; Kristin Gunnerson (THS) def.
Kaitlin Abdon 6-2, 6-2; Christine
Smith (THS) def. Bonnie Fother-
ingham 6-1, 6-3;.Christina Vieria
(THS) def. Kelsey Gowen 6-3, 6-
2; Ashley Hutchinsori (MELdef.
Stephanie Voelpel 6-4, 6-2. DOU-
BLES: Fisher/Gunnerson (THS)
def. Gowen/Nohrr 8-0;
Smith/Vieria (THS) def. Fother-
ingham/Hutchinson 8-0 MEL: 7-5
THS: 12-1
Cocoa Beach 7, Eau Gallie 0
SINGLES: Lakshmi Rao def.
Samantha Logue 1-6, 6-4, 6-3;
Anila Rao def. Aida Chilan 6-0, 6-
0; Anna Quincy def. Jessica
Schmitz 6-3, 6-4; Danielle Karn-
bach def. Amanda Migliore 6-1, 6-
4; Nicole Salch def. T.C. Davis 4-
6, 7-5, 6-2. DOUBLES: Rao/Rao
def. Logue/Schmitz 8-6;
Quincy/Dauphinias def.
Chilan/Migliore 8-5 EG: 8-4 CB:
12-0
Viera 4, MCC 3 SINGLES:
Madelaine Genna (MCC) def.
Abby Lindsley 6-2, 6-1; Megan
Cornthwaite (VHS) def, Megan
McWilliams 7-6, 5-7, 7-6; Gabby
Palicki (VHS) def. Monique Medi-
na 6-4, 0-6, 7-6; Marci Hemp-
stead (VHS) def. Marissa
Woodard 6-3, 6-0; Karly Kehres
(MCC) def. Kelly Hase, 6-1, 6-4.
DOUBLES: Genna/Kehres
(MCC) def. Lindsley/Hempstead
8-4; Cornthwaite/Palicki (VHS)
def. McWilliams/Woodard 8-6.
MCC: 3-7 VHS: 7-2

College golf

Titans place at Eagle Invita-
tional
The Brevard Community Col-
lege men's golf team finished
second in a field of 12 teams at
the Embry-Riddle Eagle Invita-
tional March 19-20.
The lone junior college team in
the field, the Titans began the
final round 11 shots off the pace
at the Par-72, 6,836-yard Pelican
Bay Country Club in Daytona
Beach.
Led by sophomore David John-
son's 68, BCC closed with a
score of 5-over-par 293 in the
final round to climb within four
shots of winner Lee University of
Tennessee.
Johnson's 54-hole total of 4-
under-par 212 earned him medal-
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Army Pfc. Kailleigh N. Gilbert has graduated from the Petroleum Supply Special-
ist Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va. She is the
daughter of Terry W.and Blanca R. Gilbert, Titusville, Fla.

Air Force Airman Andre J.Adorno has graduated from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio,Texas. He is the son of Jose Adorno of
Palm Bay, Fla. Adorno is a 1996 graduate of Palm Bay High School, Melbourne,
Fla.

Air Force Airman 1st Class Micheal A. Coles has arrived for duty at Charleston Air
Force Base, S.C. Coles, an air transportation apprentice, is assigned to the 437th
Aerial Port Squadron. He is the son of Micheal A. Coles of Melbourne, Fla.,

Air Force Airman Joseph J. Snyder has graduated from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio,Texas. He is the son of James Snyder of
Titusville, Fla. Snyder is a 2006 graduate of Titusville High School.

Army Pvt. James A. Bewsher Jr. has graduated from the Food Service Specialist
Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va. Bewsher is the
son of Dee Dee D'Agostino of Port St.John, Fla. The private is a 2004 graduate of
New Fellowship Christian School, Titusville, Fla.



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where. Now global warm-
ing is even having an affect
on us golfers.
The crazy weather we
have been having this
winter abnormally
warm temperatures
followed by record cold -
has had an adverse effect
on this year's golf ball
crop.
Harvested on only one
day each year the first
day of the fourth month -
golf ball crops were once
the life and blood of our
game.
Imagine the negative
effect our weather may be
having on this year's crop.
What if there are simply
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cheaper, two-piece balls
could send prices skyrock-
eting, driving golfers into
the woods and ponds to
find their own.
There was a time when
groves of golf ball trees
filled the land. Now, one
hardly ever sees a beauti-
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with their gleaming-white
ripe golf balls weighting
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Woods, golf's Super-
man, has twice had win-
ning streaks of six consec-
utive PGA victories. He
had his most recent streak
of seven in a row snapped
by Australia's Nick
O'Hearn at this year's
World Golf Champi-
onships Match Play
Championship in Febru-
ary.
The No. 1 player for the
Eau Gallie High School
girls' tennis team, Saman-
tha Logue recently saw
her own winning .streak
snapped by a top-notch
competitor.
Just a junior, Logue
racked up 28 consecutive
conference match wins
before losing to Coca
Beach's Lakshmi Rao 1-6,
6-3, 6-4 March 22


"If you look at the histo-
ry of the Cape Coast Con-
ference, you are going to
be hard-pressed to find
this kind of domination,"
said Lady Commodores
head coach Chuck Keen-
er.
Unlike many of the
area's top talents, Logue
doesn't have a personal
coach. She was unaware
of the streak until a local
newspaper made note of
it.
"I guess I'm just
blessed," she said of the
streak, "I practice hard
and try to focus on getting
better."
Logue is 10-2 this sea-
son, her only other loss
coming to Vero Beach's
Natalie Collins, a non-
conference opponent and


one of Florida's top-
ranked junior players.
She credits her serve
and backhand as the two
main weapons helping
her keep the streak alive.
"My serve is definitely
the strength of my game,"
she said. "I win a lot of
points with that, and my
backhand."
Logue started playing
tennis at the age of 9, and
by the time she was 11
years old, she was playing
in, and winning, tourna-
ments.
Keener said he remem-
bers when Logue first
started playing varsity
tennis as a freshman.
"I put her in at No.2, and
she won," he said. "The


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Professional wrestlers Brother
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TNA and former WWE stars Maven
and Chris Jericho will be on hand
April 7 to sign autographs for fans at
3D's Power Blendz next to Hawks
Gym on Wickham Road in Mel-
bourne.
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7701.
Local colleges
Florida Tech
Baseball
March 30 vs. Florida
Southern, 3 p.m.
March 31 vs. Florida
Southern (DH),
1:30 p.m.
April 3 vs Brevard
County Manatees at
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Golf (men)
April 5-7 Buccaneer
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Softball
April 1 vs. Barry
University (DH), 1 p.m.
April 6 vs. Nova
Southeastern University,
2 p.m.
Brevard Community College
Golf (men)
April 2-3 Wallace State Invitational,
Cullman, Ala.
Midnight basketball
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ages 12-25 is being formed for Friday
nights at the Grant Street Community
Center in Melbourne.
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starts at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at
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BY ROB SHELBURNE
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Michael Yorkey is a 39-
year-old chef living in
Melbourne.
He's also part of a glar-
ing statistic.
Diagnosed 20 years
ago, Mr. Yorkey is one of
an estimated 1 million
people in the United
States living with HIV.
"I do feel fortunate," he
said. "Only a chosen few
live this long with HIV
and not have major com-
plications."
On June 3, Mr. Yorkey
will join 3,000 others in
Aids Lifecycle 6, an
annual bike trek from the
civic center in downtown
San Francisco, Calif., to
Los Angles International
Airport to help raise
money and awareness in
the ongoing battle
against HIV and AIDS.
Approximately 5,000
people will be involved
in the 545-mile, seven-
day effort: 3,000 riders
and a support staff of.
2,000.
Each group of riders
will have a set of "road-
ies" who will travel a day
ahead of the bicyclists
and set up tent cities
where they will stay
before continuing on the
next day.
The money raised from
the bike ride will go to
support the L.A. Gay and
Lesbian Center and the
San Francisco AIDS
Foundation which pro-
vide counseling, therapy
and medications to
affected people in the
community.
Through the first five
years, ALC has raised
more than $30 million
dollars for HIV/AIDS
research.
Mr. Yorkey's goal is to
raise $5, 000 $10,000
himself, but he said it is
not all about money.
"I want to give some-


Staff photo by Rob Shelburne
Michael Yorkey, 39, will ride 545 miles from San Francisco
to Los Angeles in Aids Lifecycle 6, June 3-9. An estimated
1 million people in the United States live with HIV.


thing back to the com-
munity and show respect
for those lost over the
years," he said.
To prepare for the gru-
eling trip down the Cali-
fornia coast, Mr. Yorkey
enlisted the help of his
brother, Joe, a Melbourne
police officer and accom-
plished tri-athlete and
whose bike he will ride.
"I can't remember the
last time I even rode a
bike," he said. "And Joe
has been very helpful in
getting me ready for this,
as have my mother and
father."
Acqrgn-_ to the ALC
Webite, the costs asso-
ciated with medical care
and treatment for some-
one with HIV is about
$20,000 per year. But it is
the education of people
and the awareness of pre-
vention programs that
motivate Mr. Yorkey to
participate in the event.
"I'm not doing this for
me," he said. "It's frus-
trating to see how many
people won't educate
themselves about
HIV/AIDS. All my friends


are gone, lost to AIDS. It
is a lifestyle disease.
Everyone should be test-
ed and think about what
they are doing."
Mr. Yorkey said- the
development of newer
drugs, access to those
drugs and awareness are
a key to fighting the pan-
demic of AIDS.
"We've come a long
way," he said. "Some
drugs from the '80s were
destroying people, not
the disease. Things have
gotten better. Today's
drugs keep you stable
and alive. But people are
still dying."
This is Mr. Yorkey's first
fund-raising effort of this
kind, and he said he
would be the first in line
to do something similar
in Florida, should one be
staged.
"We'll keep riding until
HIV and AIDS are a thing
of the past," he said.
To learn more about
ALC6 and to support
Michael Yorkey's effort,
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Logue
From page B7


next time, I played her at
No. 1 against Cocoa
Beach, and she lost. That
was the last time she lost
a conference match. It's
pretty impressive to go
two years without a loss
in the conference."
Streak or no streak,
Logue is a team player
with her eyes on the dis-


trict championship.
"We've had a good sea-.
son," she said. "We are out
of the conference (chase),
which is a bit of a downer.
But I think we have a good
shot at districts. We just
have to practice harder as
a team and focus more."
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Merritt Island March 15,
which knocked them out
of the running for the
CCC title.
Eau Gallie lost in the
district finals to Vero
Beach last year and will
be looking for payback
when the district tourna-
ment gets started April 16.
Logue said there are still
aspects of her game that
need work if she is going
to advance beyond the
district tournament.
"I need to work on my
forehand," she said
moments before her
match with Baez. "And fit-
ness. I could be in better
shape for districts."
Keener said there are
other factors that con-
tribute to Logue's success
other than just natural
ability.
"Samantha is a strong
girl," he said. "She is men-
tally tough and finds a
way to win without her
best game. She's a humble
and down-to-earth per-
son, and I am proud to
have her on my team."
Logue will try to start a
new streak when she
takes on Bayside High
School's Patti Haywood
April 5.
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When looking to predict market
trends, Brevard County business own-
ers have a lot to consider.
The stock market, interest rates, con-
sumer confidence, insurance rates and
unemployment percentages all play a
role in the health of the economy.
Add in local factors, such as the real
estate market, tourism initiatives and
the future of the space program, and
business owners have much to digest.
In this special report, local business
leaders offer their insight on local
trends and legislative issues.
Real Estate
Brevard County's commercial and


residential markets have differing
trends.
The residential market retains char-
acteristics of the slowdown first indicat-
ed last year, with 287 new privately
owned residential building permits
issued in January, down from 476 per-
mits during the same time frame last
year, according to U.S. Census data.
Matthew Bronson, Realtor with Cen-
tury 21 Spectrum and host of "At
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a longtime fixture
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By Tony Judnich
Staff writer
VIERA Customer service, investment-
quality furnishings, unique accessories and
custom interior design consultation are the
trademarks of Your House Interiors.

"Because the business has been in Brevard
County for 35 years, it has a reputation for
higher quality products," said Cindy Ursell,
who bought the business five years ago. "We
carry a lot of unique things that you can't
find in other stores."

For example, Your House Interiors carries
lead crystal lamps, wicker and rattan furni-
ture with leather bandings, and original oil
paintings by local' artists.

The business also utilizes the services of
faux painters, who create murals for cus-
tomers.

The Viera and Melbourne locations of Your
House Interiors each feature 10,000-square-
foot showrooms.
Mrs. Ursell said her business has the largest
selection of upholstery fabrics in the county
and a furniture selection that includes items


by David Francis, Hekman,
Century, Stanley, Cox,
Bradington Young.


American Drew,
Lam Lee and


And each of the two stores has a design cen-
ter.

"Probably 50 percent of what we do as a
store is design-oriented out of our design
centers," Mrs. Ursell said.

Much of the work performed by the busi-
ness' four design consultants includes mak-
ing custom drapes and window treatments.

The design centers "really are for people
with discriminating tastes," Mrs. Ursell said.
"Most of our clients want something unique
for their home."

And the business is user friendly.
"We don't want people to think they have to
(remove their current interior items) and
start from scratch," Mrs. Ursell said. "We
have in-home, consultations and we listen to
the client. We build relationships with our
clients and work with them until the job is
done."
And soon, customers won't have to go far to
shop at The Home Center, a parade of shops
featuring the products and services of Your
House Interiors and those of several other
home improvement businesses.


Mrs. Ursell said The Home Center could open
in June. It will operate in half of the space that
once housed a Kash n' Karry grocery store in
the Viera Village Shopping Center, northwest
of Murrell Road and Viera Boulevard.

Your House Interiors in Viera is at 7201
Shoppes Drive, Suite 111, in the Shoppes at
Lake Andrew, north of Wickham Road and east
of the Wal-Mart Super Center.

Business hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Sunday. Call (321) 636-3014.

Your House Interiors in Melbourne is at 4185
W. New Haven Ave. (U.S. 192), Suite 3. Its
hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Call
(321) 956-0170.

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owned and operated by Rob & Audrey
Hart of Indialantic. The business got off
the ground in 2006 when the Harts were
looking for a business venture. Months of
research revealed there was a huge need
for storage solu- .
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doing both Residential and Commercial
Installations with their own custom
designs.
Prior to starting their Indialantic business,
they owned and operated an upscale
Health Club & Spa in Massachusetts for
15 years. Audrey Hart, President of the
Corporation, brings her expertise as. an


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perfect storage solution for each client.
The cabinets offered are made in the
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and come in a variety of finishes. Other
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Paul Barry, originally from Rhode
Island, lived in China for a year before
deciding to invest in his locally owned
scooter business. He began by becoming a
factory trained Roketa mechanic. After
settling in Brevard he worked for
"Brothers Scooters" owned by 2 Chinese
brothers. He decided to purchase the busi-
ness and "Brevard Scooters" was born. A
full service scooter dealer they are the
exclusive Roketa dealer in this area. They
are a fully licensed scooter dealer, that can
sell and service scooters from 49cc to 250
cc.
As gas prices go up, more and more
people are turning to scooters as their
mode oftransportation.Though you need
a license to drive them, there is no insur-
ance required. In addition to our younger
drivers, more and more snowbirds are pur-
chasing scooters to use as their second,
vehicle when visiting Florida.
Brevard Scooters has expanded to a
2400 sq ft building known as the big yel-
low and purple building at 3265 W. New
Haven Ave. For more information on
their scooters you can visit
www.roketa.com or stop by and see them
for yourself


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Florida. Brevard Soffit was,
founded by Ed and Colleen
Barneman. Ed's vision and hard
work, along with Colleen's
background in accounting and
business, established a very,
strong company at inception. At
that time, the company employed
just one installer. The company
was noticed by many local builders
whom we proudly continue to do
business with today. The
companies success is attributed to
a great foundation of employees,
products, and customer service.


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early 2001. For over 5 years we have installed storm'protection to the
new construction- and homeowner markets. We provide professional
installations in a fraction of the time it takes other contractors to perform
their work. The name was changed to show our customers that we are
serious about the work we do. Our shutter division utilizes the highest
quality materials and installation procedures. We strive to stay on the
cutting edge of storm protection. We take every installation as a custom
job because of the different framing and construction methods used
today. Here at All Pro Shutters Inc., we want to protect the valuable
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emerging, with buyer and
seller expectations becom-
ing more realistic.
Bob Willmarth, president
of the Melbourne Area Asso-
ciation of Realtors and bro-
ker with Century 21 Indian
River Realty II, agrees.
"As we work through the
inventory, there will be an
increasing market for people
who want to buy a home,"
said Mr. Willmarth.
High property taxes and
insurance premiums also
contributed to the
depressed market, but
recent and proposed legisla-
tion may help alleviate those
pressures, said Mr. Will-
marth and Mr. Bronson.
'On the commercial side,
Mr. Willmarth sees prices
r maining high. In particu-
Ir, he sees opportunities for
wore commercial growth in
te Bayside area of Palm Bay
nd in Viera, west of Inter-
state 95, where residential
growth has boomed.
"There is room for good
restaurants," said Mr. Will-
marth. 'All those people
need a good place to eat."
He sees a positive outlook
for business ventures in gen-
eral for the Space Coast.
"Overall, if I were trying to
relocate a business, now
would be a good time to
build," said Mr. Willmarth.

Banking and Lending

Commercial and residen-
tial lending is another eco-
nomic indicator, and again,
Brevard County residents
are seeing many messages.
Alan Boggs, president of
Riverside Bank in Brevard
County, said the market saw
some slowdowns in lending,
but also sees some positive
trends.
"Obviously, we saw some
significant slowdowns in
2006," said Mr. Boggs. "But
there is still a lot of activity."
He also cites high insur-
ance rates for negatively
impacting residential lend-


ing. He saw a small up-tick
in residential lending
already this year.
"We're also still seeing
good activity on the busi-
ness lending side," said Mr.
Boggs.
"All in all, Brevard looks
good," said Mr. Boggs.
"Unemployment rates in the
county are in the (3 percent
range), showing a strong
business environment."
Barbara Jones is a consult-
ant with Suntree Diversified
Lending, a group that tries to
find funds for less-than-per-
fect borrowers.
'As cash flow consultants,
we learn that there are
always ways to make money
in any market," said Ms.
Jones. "New and innovative
ways to do business were
not created in a smooth,
flowing-up markets. They
were created by need and
necessity during troubled
times."
A down-turned market
can be a good thing, because
it forces businesses to
improve the way they oper-
ate, said Ms. Jones.

Tourism

More than 11 percent of
Brevard's workforce is
employed in the leisure and
hospitality industry, accord-
ing to the Economic Devel-
opment Commission's Web
site. Hence, tourism has a
major impact on the local
economy.
Rob Varley, executive
director of Florida's Space
Coast Office of Tourism, says
many initiatives, are under
way to shake up trends.
"Because of the (threat of)
hurricanes, people stayed
away," said Mr.. Varley. "I
think the numbers will pick
up."
Mr. Varley said Orlando is
investing more money to
bring more tourism to Cen-
tral Florida, and that will
impact Brevard.
"If Central Florida does
well, we do well," he said.
He cites Walt Disney
World's special promotion 'A
Year of a Million Dreams"


and Kennedy Space Center's
new space shuttle experi-
ence as successful new
tourist attractions.
The Space Coast Office of
Tourism invested an addi-
tional $600,000 into the
group's $1.7 million advertis-
ing and promotions budget.
Members from the office
attend trade shows and
advertise in magazines to
attract more tourism to the
Space Coast.
Mr. Varley said the
increased quality of hotel
rooms after hurricane reno-
vations makes the Space
Coast attractive to the lucra-
tive meetings and incentives
industry.
The group operates a visi-
tor's center at Kennedy
Space Center, and plans are
under way for a 3,000-
square-foot visitor center at
a north Brevard exit on
Interstate 95.
A $500,000 project is
under way to place 300 new
signs to help visitors find
museums, historic down-
town areas and other tourist
attractions.
Mr. Varley is proud of the
office's most recent "guerilla
marketing" tool: a 40-foot
recreational vehicle with
exterior graphics promoting
tourism on the Space Coast.
Melbourne International
Airport hopes to capture
more travelers who mix
business with pleasure.
Plans are under way to
construct a $6.1 million 9-
hole, par 3 professional golf
course, by Short Stroke LLC.
Several hotel properties are
considering an airport loca-
tion for hotels marketed
toward executive travelers,
such as the Hilton Garden Inn.

Space Program

With six of Brevard's top 10
private employers tied
closely to the space pro-
gram, according to the Eco-
nomic Development Com-
mission's Web site, many
business owners are nerv-
ous about the possible
impact from cuts in govern-
ment spending.


Kathi Schillo, president of
the Cocoa Beach Chamber
of Commerce, said leaders
are working closely with
government agencies to pre-
vent a "brain drain" when
the Space Shuttle program
winds down in 2010.
NASA has slated the next
generation space explo-
ration craft, the Crew Explo-
ration Vehicle, to begin
flights in 2014, said Ms.
Schillo.
"If you look at our Space
Coast area at the end of the
Apollo time, business defi-
nitely decreased," said Ms.
Schillo. "With the sun setting
on the shuttle and a gap
before the CEV starts, we're
working with NASA and the
government to find ways to
decrease that gap."
She credits wise leader-
ship from space' industry
executives for seeing the
looming issue and working
to keep the high-tech jobs
on the Space Coast.
The Brevard County
chambers are actively work-


ing to broaden the business
base to reduce the impact of
any space program ebbs.
"Now, you see a better
diversified business base
and a lot more general busi-
nesses," said Ms. Schillo.

General Business

Shannon Meyer, president
and CEO of the. Melbourne-
Palm Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce, represents more
than 1,400 area businesses.
Property insurance and
property tax increases have
hit the business community
hardest, she said.
Additionally, she believes
transportation woes, lack of
affordable housing and a
burdensome permitting
process are impacting busi-
ness growth.
"The permitting process is
by far, the majorissue when
it comes to commercial
development," said Ms.
Meyer.
The chamber is involved
in all five issues, said Ms.


Meyer. Last year, the cham-
ber added a governmental
affairs director, Jack Hisey, to
coordinate legislative affairs.
"We are lucky to have
elected officials on the local,
state and federal level (who)
respect the business com-
munity and our issues," said
Ms. Meyer.
Creation of new jobs is the
top priority for Lynda
Weatherman, president and
CEO of the Economic Devel-
opment Commission of
Florida's Space Coast.
The creation of 10 new
manufacturing jobs will cre-
ate an estimated 21.7 new
non-manufacturing jobs,
she said. Those 31.7 jobs
annually contribute more
than $21,000 to local grocery
stores and $27,000 to local
automobile dealers each.
"As you can see, this eco-
nomic activity enhances our
local tax base and con-
tributes to overall commu-
nity wealth," said Ms.
Weatherman.


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This intimate mini-spa provides a
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This spa is located exclusively at
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After 15 years, Smith traded her
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She found this career change fit
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Ms. Smith also used her 15 years of
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Dr. Scott Reader, Your Hometown Dentist
Dr. Scott Reader was the first and only general dentist in Viera for seven years. Being the
first dentist has established him as one of Viera's hometown dentists, specializing in
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As you enter the dental office you are greeted by an
experienced, friendly staff that will file your dental insurance
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Dr. Reader offers "Smile Makeovers." LUMINEERS by
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Parker
From page B2
truth, I don't think it
makes any difference
what you call a fishybird,"
Davie said. "It all depends
on how you look at it
going down."
Remembering Kyle's
epiphany after teaching
Davie how to play Go
Fish, Joe was ready for
another intuitive insight
from one of the boys -
maybe even Davie.
"So, the bird's name


depends on how you look
at it?" Grandpa Joe asked.
"Do you mean from Kyle
or Kam's point of view?"
Hearing their names
being brought into the
conversation, the two
brothers stopped arguing
and came over to listen.
"No, the bird's name
doesn't matter to the only
person who really counts
in what's happening,"
Davie said thoughtfully.
"You have to see it his
way."
"Okay, squirt, who does
it matter to?" Kam insist-


ed on knowing.
Grandpa Joe started to
smile as he took Davie's
meaning. "I think that
Davie's teaching you two
the rules to a new game
now."
"Huh," was the best
Kam could respond.
"You know," said Davie
as he pointed at the bird
as it threw its head back
to swallow, "he's really the
fishybird."
"I get it now," said Kyle.
"From the fish's point of
view as he's being swal-
lowed, it's not the name


that's important, it's
what's happening, so
Davie's "fishybird" is as
good a name as. iny."
"Sorry, Kam. I got so
caught up in being right
about its name, I forgot to
watch a really amazing
bird doing some really
cool things."
"Go fish," said Grandpa
Joe, with a laugh.

Douglas Parker, a
lifelong educator, veteran
English teacher, coach and
school administrator has
written four books and his
work has been highlight-
ed in The Washington
Post. He can be reached at
author@pulpsciencefic-
tion.com


Stammer
From page B7
family business.
His groves grew as the
game of golf became more
popular. They eventually
covered the hills as far as
the eye could see. Imagine
the beauty of thousands of
trees with little golf ball
buds adorning their limbs,
a soft blanket of pure
white snow melting away
underneath.
"I was tired of growing
pasta in the old country,"
he said. "There were far
too many types of trees.
We needed a spaghetti
tree, a ziti tree, another for
fettuccini and so on. Golf
ball trees used to be easy.
All I need was two types of
tree. One for solid, another
for the wound."
The demure Italian, with
a heavy accent who
reminded me of my
grandfather, continued,
"But now, I must grow
nearly as many golf ball
trees as pasta trees. I must
grow two-piece, three-
piece, big cores, little
cores, different covers.
Ahhh! It's maddening!"
In addition to needing
so many different golf ball
trees, Giuseppe faces
competition from foreign
markets that hire cheap
labor or use machinery to
pluck the ripe orbs from
the trees or, worse yet,
grow them inside under
controlled conditions. He
prefers the old fashioned
way. Using his trained eye
and time-honed sense of
touch, Giuseppe knows
exactly which balls are
ripe and ready to be hit by
a golf club.
If the ball is too ripe, it
will feel mushy and lose
distance. If you pick balls
that are not ripe, you risk
having a ball that feels like
a rock, or worse yet, stays




From page B6
ist honors for the tournament, five
strokes ahead of Lee University.
The Titans' next event is the
Wallace State Spring Invitational
in Cullman, Ala., April 2-3.
Embry -Riddle Eagle Invita-
tional, March 19-20, Pelican
Bay Country Club, Daytona
Beach Par-72, 6,838 yards, 54
holes
Top 5 team finishes:
1. Lee University,
Tennessee -886
2. Brevard Community
College -890
3. Savannah College of
Art and Design, Georgia
-902
4. Weber International
University, Florida -
907
5. Southeastern


green and can never be
found, even on the fair-
way.
With the weather
conditions becoming so
crazy and unpredictable,
Giuseppe has lost a good
portion of this year's crop.
Many of the more com-
plex balls are simply not
ripe and ready for the
store shelves. Others have
ripened too quickly and
lay rotting on the ground.
Nearing his 90th birth-
day, Guiseppe is consider-
ing retiring. His thoughts
are to sell the land to a
mall developer and return
to Italy for his final years.
"I'm a just too old for
this anymore," he sighed.
"No one appreciates my
craft anymore. Golfers are
too worried about dis-
tance and no seams. Oh
well."
Today could very well
mark a dark day in our
sport's history.
On the first day of the
fourtth month from this
day forward, we may no
longer celebrate the great
golf ball harvest.
There will be no singing,
dancing or drinking.
Instead, we should
pause as we tee up that
pristine ball on the first
tee to begin our round. We
should take a moment to
remember Giuseppe
Pancrazio and mourn the
loss our sport has suffered.
There will be no more
groves of golf ball trees. A
hand-picked sphere of
perfection will no longer
adorn a golf tee.
We can blame it all on
global warming.

James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night
Golf Show on WPSL 1590-
AM radio station. Contact
him at
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100
NOTICES
& ANNOUNCEMENTS
108 Greetings
114 Lost And Found
126 Prayers & Thanks
128 Cemetery Lots / Crypts
130 Entertainment
131 Music Lessons/Tutoring
132 Special Notices
140 Travel & Tickets
145 Wanted ,2


200 MERCHANDISE
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205 Antiques,
Collectibles & Art
220 Appliances
225 Auctions
230 Bargains $200 Or Less
234 Building Supplies
& Equipment
235 Children/Baby Items
237 Catalogues/On-Line
Shopping
240 Clothes/Accessories
242 Commercial Equipment
245 Computer Equipment
246 Consignment Shops


255 Electronics
260 Furniture &
Household Goods
262 Jewelry
265 Lawn/Nursery
270 Medical Equipment
& Supplies
275 Misc. Items
277 Musical Instruments
280 Office
288 Sports & Fitness
Equipment
289 Garage Sale




300 PETS
305 Pets Domestic
310 Farm Animals
315 Pet Supplies
320 Pet Services
325 Pet Memoriams


400 RECRUITMENT
403 Beauty/Cosmetic
405 Domestic
410 Financial
415 General Office
420 Hospitality, Restaurants,
Clubs & Hotels
422 Management
425 Medical
427 Misc. Employment


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440 Professional
445 Retail
450 Sales
455 Trades
459 Employment Wanted
460 Employment Services


500 TRAINING
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510 Schools


600 BUSINESS
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610 Business Opportunities
620 Money To Lend
630 Misc. Financial




700
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701 Open Houses
702 Waterfront Property


705 Apartments/Condos
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710 Houses for Sale
715 Town houses/Villas
720 Duplexes for Sale
725 Residential Lots
& Acreage
728 Retirement Communities
730 Manufactured Homes
735 Out Of Area
740 Vacation/Timeshare
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749 Commercial Real Estate
755 Groves/Farms &
Ranches
760 Income/Investment
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780 Dock Space
785 Wanted To Buy
795 Misc Real Estate
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800 REAL ESTATE
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802 Rooms &
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803 Wanted to Rent
804 Seasonal Rentals
805 Apartments/Condos
810 Houses for Rent


815 Town Houses/
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820 Duplexes for Rent
825 Manufactured Homes
830 Out Of Area for Rent
835 Vacation/Timeshares
847 Dockage for Rent
850 Commercial Real Estate
880 Warehouse/Storage
895 Misc Rental Services






900 TRANSPORTATION
905 All Terrain Vehicles
910 Antique/Classic
915 Automobiles
917 Automobile Parts
920 Automobiles Wanted
925 Farm/Heavy Duty
Equipment
935 Motorcycles
940 Rv/Travel
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945 Suvs
950 Trucks/Vans
955 Utility Trailers
960 Misc. Transportation
962 Boats/Watercraft
965 Auto/Marine Repair
963 Boat Parts


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Craftsman, Twin Cyl. 30
gallon, New 5hp motor.
$25.321-722-0357 SBrev
ALLOY WHEELS, (2)
aluminum, 15", Toyota '99
'04, good cond., $125/all
obo. 321-757-6198
ANCHOR- Used CQR SL
steel hinged plow 19.5lbs
33" swivel, 16' 3/8" chain
$200.321-698-5453 NBrv
ANTHONY ROBBINS
CDs- Personal Power, 2
Complete w/ Video. Like
New.$45.321-728-4316
ANTIQUE BED, full size,
white iron with rails,good
condition, $200 obo, call
321-726-9174, So. Brev.
AQUARIUM: 75 gal. Incl.
hood, light, filter & cus-
tom wood stand. $199
321-777-9734 Sat. Beach
ARMOIRE Oriental, BIk,
in Exc. Cond. can hold a
TV etc. Paid $900, Sell
$200/obo.321-783-6911


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PA, pen/ink, mat, frmd,
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772-581-8527 Sebastian
AUTO FEED, Quik Drive,
deck screw gun, Extens
17LL 8-2 1/8" clip screw
$190/obo. 321-723-6589
BABY STROLLER, seats
2, good cond., $40; Baby
clothes $10; Pet bed, $10
772-664-0090 So. Brev.
BABY SWING, Fisher
Aquarium model, Lights,
music, 6 speeds, $50 call
321-504-7515, So Brev.
BAND SAW with stand,
1/4 hp, runs good, $100
obo, call 321-777-8704.
BAND SAW, Craftsman,
floor standing, 3/4HP,
works great, $100. Call
321-952-1925 So. Brev.
Bar Chairs 3 High Met-
al Back, Foot Ring, Pad-
ded Seats.Reg.$240 Sale
$50/all. 321-724-4854
BAR STOOLS, (2), con-
temporary, $50/set; Desk,
contemporary, $75. Call
321-639-2341 So. Brev.
BASSETT TABLE with
leaf and 4 chairs, $75,
call 321-723-5498.
BED Full, Mattress &
box frame.$75. A/C win-
dow unit, 8000BTU. $50.
321-676-4336 Palm Bay.
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BED SPREADS, (2),
twin, w/(2) bed skirts and
matching window val-
ance, $95, call 752-8872.
BED: TWINS mattress
box spring, head boards,
$100, call 321-676-6223.
BEER CAN collection,
250 domestic & 80 for-
eign, $25, call
321-409-8684, So. Brev.
BEER MUGS, German
one liter (1950-1970), 8
for $50, I have 4 sets, call
321-724-1020, So. Brev.
BICYCLE, MENS, Electra
Deluxe, 7 spd, cruiser, w/
rack,hardly used.Pd $470
- sell $150. 321-254-2254
BICYCLE, RALEIGH,
1969,England rod brakes,
Sturmey Archer axle,
$150. 321-952-8933
BIKE TRAILER: Duo-
sport, Instep., Seats 2
children. $50 Melb Bch.
321-626-4530
BIRD CAGE, dark gray,
w/wheels, seed catcher,
exc cond., $175. Call
321-725-2631 So. Brev.
BLENDER: MAGIC Bul-
let Deluxe Set. Last one.
new. 21pc. 4 yr warranty
$80 321-725-8707 PmBy
BOOKCASE, REAL
wood, & 30 books, $50;
rocking chair, $50; table
$30, call 321-768-1554.
CABINET English, Oak
small 47.5"L x 30"H x 17"
W.$95.321-634-5772
CABINET, HARDWOOD
black and gold, needs
repair, $75 obo, call
321-255-2637, So. Brev.
CAMCORDER: PANA-
SONIC PV-L780. Many
features. Uses VHS tape
$120 321-794-4675 PBy
CAMPER SHELL: For a
full size pickup. $199
321-409-8534 So. Bre
CARPET, 3+ rolls, un-
used, $75; Yamaha or-
gan,$60; 2 sm. sailboats,
$35/both. 321-254-9609
CEILING FANS w/ light
kits, one is cut glass, one
is 4 light brass direction-
al, $15 ea, call 255-1346.
Changing Table Even-
Flo. $10. Exer-Saucer.
$10. Little Tykes Toy Box
$15. 321-632-9241Cocoa
CHEST OF Drawers -
Solid Oak. $45. Box
spring/Mattress King sz.
$100.321-255-2752 SBrv
COFFEE TABLE and 2
end tables with glass in-
serts, $40, call
321-254-1768, So. Brev.
COLLECTIBLE BEARS,
Cherished Teddies, re-
tired,mint condition, Qty.
37, $5 ea. 321-253-4181
Computer Desk & Hutch
Side Hideaway opens to
L-shape w/ file drawer.
$175/obo.321-259-5878
COMPUTER DESK
w/hutch, O'Sullivan, large
w/lots of storage, $80,
call 321-723-5981.
COMPUTER DESK, L
shape, light wood, $20;
Cherry Curio, $20, call
321-751-3836, So. Brev.
COMPUTER MONITOR,
Hewlett-Packard, 17",
new still in box, $75, call
321-733-5994, So. Brev.
COUCHES' (3) From
Non-Smoking Home, in
Good Condition. $15/ea.
321-777-2995 SatlliteBch
CRAFT TABLE, solid
wood, 40"x60", $25;
bookcase headboard,
$25, call 321-777-5080.
CRIB Childcraft, Like
New with Mattress. $100.
321-452-6306 Merritt Isl.
CRIB, 4 in 1, attached
.changing table, 3 drawers
& shelves, converts to
bed, $135. 321-728-8514
CRIB, BABY Patch, con-
verts to youth bed, $120
obo, call 321-779-4607.
CROWN MOLDING- 3.5"
Pine, 100'. $100. Helium
Tank.$75.Microwave.$20
321-259-0848.Melbourne
DINING ROOM Table-
Formal w/ 6 Hardback,
Upholstered Chairs. $125
obo.321-952-5772 Melb.
DINING TABLE w/ leaf,
6 chairs. $175/all. Chairs,
stack, nice! $10 each or
$60/all.321-773-1316 IHB
DIRT DEVIL, Scorpion
hand vac, exc. condo $15
321-259-1948 So. Brev.
DISHES, Dinner Set 8
place settings, Beautiful
in pefect condition. $50/
all.321-773-0814 Sat.Bch

DISHWASHER Maytag,
Hardly Used, Very Good
Condition. $200/OBO.
321-779-0636. S. Brev.
DIVIDER SCREEN, Shoji
wood tri-fold, black en-
amel w/white fabric, $45,
call 321-242-2850.


DOLL HOUSE- Bavarian
style, 3 floors, interior fin-
ished, lighted, $200. Call
321-676-9881 So. Brev.
DRESSER W/ mirror.
Antique. Dk walnut. 4
drawer. $175. Sat. Bch.
321-777-0008.
Entertainment Center -
Whitewash, Glass Doors
& Matching Bookcase.
$160.321-729-9956 Melb.
ENTERTAINMENT CTR,
fits 27" TV, good condi-
tion, $50. 321-729-0532
So. Brevard


EXTENTION LADDER,
aluminum, 24ft, $125,
call 321-698-3856.
FREEZER: 5.0 cu ft Frig-
idaire, 1 yr old,
$95.772-664-1138. Brev.
G-SCOOTER, YOUTH, S
Razorback.w/seat, $100;
Waterbed, qn, no wave,
$60 firm. 321-757-6341
GAME TABLE, 4-in-1,
pool, ping-pong, football,
hockey, barely used,
$100 obo, call 544-0994.
GUITAR, ESTEVAN, 6
steel string acoustic, w/
case, $125/obo. Call
321-956-1787 So. Brev.
HANGING FILE folders.
Legal size. (28) Good
cond. $15. 321-676-5882
S. Melb. Bch.
HEAD BOARD, light
wood for double size bed,
$30, call 321-259-5213.
HIGH CHAIR, $25; Lg
Graco Stroller, $25; Child
play yard, $30; call
321-676-5082, So. Brev.
HOME GYM: Complete
workout, great condition,
$150. 321-674-2324
Brev.
HYPERTECH Power
Programmer: Program
1998 Vortec eng & trans.
$150 321-676-2531.
ICE MAKER, Whirlpool,
in box, never used, $45,
call 321-253-5638.
KEG COOLER: Bever-
age Air. Fully equipped.
$200 321-446-9059 Palm
Bay
LAMPPOST VICTORIAN
5 globe, retail $750+,
needs welding. sell for
$75.321-676-2911 S Brv

LAWN MOWER, Hus-
quavarna self prop., Hon-
da motor, like new, $195.
321-757-0588 So. Brev.
LEAPFROG: MY first
learning system w/ 4 bks.
$15. 321-779-8286 Ind.
LIFT CHAIR, Pride Mobi-
lity, exc cond, very clean,
$199, call 321-752-7954.

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LOUNGE CHAIR, beauti-
ful oversized upholstered
chair w/matching otto-
man,$60, call 773-2986.
LOUNGE CHAIRS: 2
pvc w/ blue/white cush-
ions. Great cond. $25
321-728-9173 Melb. Bch.
LOVE SEAT, blue fabric,
A1, $50; Triple dresser,
French Provincial, mirror,
$50.321-724-0284
LOVESEAT- New, Love-
ly, Formal, High Back,
Tan Beige & Wine. $200.
321-253-9724 Suntree
MATTRESS/ BOX-
SPRING, king, from mod-
el home, new, $150. Call
321-751-1935 So. Brev.
MAYTAG WASHER
good condition. $40, Pa-
per shredder $10
321-723-2716 S.Brv
MAZDA DIESEL pickup,
'83, runs needs work.
Good work truck $200
321-243-4187
MICHELIN TIRES (4) on
alloy rims 215 70 15,
asking $125, call
321-729-6584, So. Brev.
MONITOR, PRINTER,
keyboard, speakers, all
for $50 obo, call
321-752-9676, So. Brev.
MONITOR: COMPAQ
17" Flat screen CRT.
Brand new in box. $35
Indialantic 321-723-0904
MOVIES, VCR 50 @ $2
ea., your choice; Frozen
pizza cooker, $15. Call
321-751-6173 So. Brev.
MOVING BOXES, 5
sizes, $1 $8 each, call
321-253-0114, So. Brev.
MOWER, PUSH, 4HP,
starts on first pull, $60,
call 321-253-2629
OFFICE FILING (2) cab-
inet, on wheels, $100
each, call 321-752-4753.
ORGAN, BALDWIN:
Excellent condition with
bench, $199.
321-724-8093 Brev.
OUTBOARD MOTOR,
new gears, runs good,
9.2hp, 1965 Seaking, call
321-676-0630, So. Brev.


PATIO FURNITURE, 7
piece, octagonal table, 4
chairs, lounge, and otto-
man, $150,call 676-4901
PATIO SET Glass top
table with 4 chairs &
umbrella. Tan color, good
cond. $100 772-567-5905
PATIO SET, $100; Book-
cases, 6 ft, $35 each; 4
Windsor chairs, $60, call
321-722-0967, So. Brev.
PATIO TABLE: Grn plast
$10, Bed safety rail $5,
Bass Pro fishing rod/reel
$15 321-676-0779 PmBy


PERSONAL TRAINER:
Elliptical, Pro-form 595E
Great Shape, $200 obo
810-706-0085 Palm Bay

PLATE RACKS (3)-
Vertical Black Rod Iron
from Pier One. $7/each.
321-409-8094 S. Brev.

PONTOON BOAT: 2
seat w/ troll motor/ bat.
Canal, pond, lake $200
obo 321-373-5957 MelBh

PRESSURE COOKER:
10 quart, stainless
$25.321-987-9688 Brev.

PROFORM TREDMILL
folds upright for storage,
auto incline, digital disp.,
$ 200, call 321-253-4213.

RANGE HOOD New,
GE. $50. Child's Car'
Seat in Excellent Cond.
$25.321-752-5382.Melb.

RANGE, FRIGIDAIRE, 5
burners, black electric,
$190, call 321-725-9698.

RECLINER: WIDESEAT,
light brown leather suede.
Very comfortable. $150
321-298-1010 W. Melb.

REFRIGERATOR, ADMI-
RAL, 21.2 cu.ft., white,
exc. cond., $150. Call
321-724-2189 So. Brev.

SCANNER HP scanjet
5200c excellent condi-
tion, $40, call
321-773-3456, So. Brev.

SCOOTER ELECTRIC,
fun! City shuttle. $ 200
321-722-0474 So. Brev.

SEWING MACHINE: w/
cabinet, Singer, Hardly
used. Lke new. Wks grt.
$40 321-298-2408 PmBy

Skirting, Mobile home,
white vinyl, new, (30) 12'
lengths,168' mount strips,

$190/all. 321-757-7976

SLEEPER SOFAS: Qu.
Ex. cond., 3 cush., camel
back w/ roll arms. pillows.
$125 321-917-9583 IHB

SLIDING GLASS door
8'x9' w/ hrdwr. 2 yrs. Rdy
to inst. Hurric. film prot.
$150 321-777-3417 Ind.

SOFA, 7', med. blue,
$100; Loveseat, $60.
Both excellent condition.
321-253-3460 So. Brev.

SONY STEREO, $95;
Sony Phones, $30; 12
volt Stereo, $25; speak-
ers, $15, call 777-4153.

SPEAKERS: PEAVEY
112TLS, Pr. w/ stnd.
$199 Melb. 321-961-3404

STEAM VAC, Hoover, w/
instruction manual, spar-
ingly used, easy to use,
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STEPPER Life Gear
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TILE SAW, w/stand, used
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TOTAL GYM 1 year old
-Never used! $150.
321-722-2440 S. Brev.

TRAILER HITCH, 12000
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leveler, $160, call
321-259-5195, So. Brev.

TRANSMISSION 1990
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complete, $200,725-0000

TRUNDLE BED & wood
Headboard, 2 twin mat-
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$150.321-253-0883 SBrv

TUB & SINK: Kohler
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TV 15" LCD, HD, w/built
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TV SHARP 20" stereo
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321-676-4729 So Brev

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VICTORIAN LAMPS (2),
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WALKER, EVERMED, 3
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chairs, like new, $600
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BILLIARD TABLE Reg-
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$400.Call 321-723-4912

BOWFLEX ULTIMATE 2
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FITNESS MACHINE,
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625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.
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charger, like new, very
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Friday 3/30 12:00 4:00
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MELBOURNE Friday &
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-1pm. 352 Thomas Bar-
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N. Merritt Is]. Sat., 3/31
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8am-2pm.HUGE SALE!!!
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TVs, Computer parts &
Monitors, Elctrncs., dvds,
Microphone stands & ca-
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Many Household & Misc.
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31st. Multi-family sale!
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VERO BEACH: Sat.
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MERRITT ISLAND 2/2,
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561-389-8965

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master bd/2ba, 18" Italian
tile kit., tennis, pool, club-
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Harris/Churches/Medical.
$137,000. 321-536-1438

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MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
gar. Eat in kitch, trussed
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gan Ct. Aurora Oaks.
1940sf. $221,900. Adams
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MELBOURNE By US 1
2006 CBS 3bd/2ba/2car
All Upgraded-10yr. Warr.
open fir plan*Landscape*
30'x10' Porch, 2312 sq ft
$219,900.321-432-2928
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MELBOURNE Charm-
ing 3/1, completely reno-
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MELBOURNE FSBO
Best Price in Live Oak
Subdivision: 3/2 split,
1785 sq ft living, Master
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Laminate + much more,
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MELBOURNE, 3/2/2
brick home, 2212 sf, Ig.
scrn. porch, city water, .2
wells, 15 citrus trees,
flower gardens, decked
pool, Ig. work shop, pole
barn, $499,000. Owner
321-254-1798 / 544-6263
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MERRITT ISL- 3/2/2 cg.
Lakefront home w/solar
heated pool, indoor
sauna, gas fp & open
plan. Close to beaches &
Orl airport. $319K. Call
David Beberwyk @ 321-
987-5200. Daignault Realty

MERRITT ISLAND -
Waterside Drive 5br/5ba/
oversized 3 car garage
with elegant river rock
pool. 4400+sq.ft: living.
Indian River access
w/gazebo. Porcelain tile
w/tumble stones, high
ceilings, crown molding,
formal living w/gas FP.
Master suite w/2 closets
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concrete walls, $785,000.
Call Belinda DeMasso
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321-960-1506 .
MERRITT ISLAND, 3/2/1,
newly remodeled, exc.
neighborhood, new Pergo
wd firs, new carpet/ paint,
scrn porch, near A school
$210K. 321-480-3675.
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AD#36397
MERRITT ISLAND, Open
water home Sykes Creek.
3/2/2, boat dock w/ lift,
1400sf, near A+ schools.
Owner Financing. RE-
DUCED! $379,000. .Call
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Living.1+ac., custom CBS
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$140,000. 386-427-3107
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ORMOND BEACH-
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roof, paver driveway
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Granite counter tops,
$599K. 386-527-9876
386-451-9590
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 NE BRICK
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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homes from the $140's.
Some ready to close on
now. 321-724-0533
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PALM BAY SE -
REDUCED $20K to
$159,8001 3/2/1, 5K down
$888/mo. Owner financ-
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renovated! 321-795-2604


TERRIFIC
PALM BAY SE- Our
loss, your gain! Amazing,
large, bright. Never lived
in! 3/2/2, $199,000.
321-508-8666
PALM BAY SW 3/2/2cg
aprox. 1100sf under air.
Brand new water softner,
appl's, & A/C. New 3D
roof '04. Lrg back porch,
$152K. 321-952-5875
PALM BAY'S NEWEST
Gated community w/
comm. pool. Parkside
West Homes from the
$170's. 321-768-7676
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PALM CITY Canoe
Creek. Well kept 3/2/2
great yard & location. A+
schools. Lowest price in
Neigh. Motivated Seller
$399,900.561-662-5735


VALUE
PORT ST JOHN 4br/2ba,
1600 sqft.
248 Jablo Ave, $190K
321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com
See ad #34656 for photo
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PORT ST LUCIE 2/1
Morningside area, quite
cul-de-sac. Totally reno-
vated. Central location.
Asking $138k Financing
Avail. MLS#R2781243
772-528-6270
Owner/Agent
PORT ST. JOHN 3/2/1,
CB, 2400sf total, Lg. LR/
DR/FR, Fireplace, Eat-In
Kit., Porch, Wood & Tile
floors, hurricane shutters,
New Roof/AC,sprnklr sys/
well.$189k.321-626-3277
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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
PRICED TO SELL!
West Melbourne Lake-
front, 4/2.5/2, 2223 Living
sq', 3281 total, Ig. custom
Kit., 2 pantries, 30'x10'
porch, big playgroundclM
$314,900. 321-728-0036
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SATELLITE Bch 3 BR
plus office, Master- 32ft
w/ jacuzzi. Updates Ga-
lore! FP swim spa, great
buy $409,000
DebraStone321-432-1557

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Satellite Bch -Quiet cul-
de-sac, comm. boat ramp
River access $274,900
Coquina Reef Realty, Inc.
Debra Stone 321-432-1557



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
MerrittislandMay@aol.com
TITUSVILLE New to
Market: Windover Area,
3/2/2, CB, 1/2 acre lot,
Move-In Ready, Curb ap-
peal in Upscale Area!
$249,000. 321-383-3360
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TITUSVILLE BEST BUY
new 4/2 split,1636 sf, 75'x
120', 5 appl's, sprinkler on
well, ceiling fans, window
coveringsnear US1 & 50.
$189,900. 321-269-0912
See photo online at www.
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AD#37140
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
TRADE IN your old home
for a new home to be
built. Price frm 140's-300,
Special rates to qualified
buyers. Call Craftsment
Builders 866-403-7702
VERO BEACH: 2/2, Irg
eat in kitchen w/ upgrade
appis & cherry faced
cabinets. Scrnd in porch,
w/Irg fenced lot. Cnty wtr.
$159,000 772-569-5280.
See HD slideshow @
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AD #37144
WEST MELBOURNE -
Gated community. Now
selling Pre-Construction
pricing. Crystal Lakes
321-727-3335
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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
MELB. BEACH town-
home, Live beachside
Resort style living! Beau-
tiful 2/1.5, private, ocean
to river comm., gated,
$209,900. 954-649-3484
See photos online www.
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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

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VERO BEACH Trillium
New TH on lake, 1864sf,
2br/2.5ba/2cg, den + loft
master 1st/fir. Asking
$217.500. MLS 48947
Owner / Agent
561-267-5389



INDIALANTIC DUPLEX,
1 bik to beach, comply. 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
DESOTO CO. Arcadia
Area. 5ac lots on black
top rd. $140K. Also 80ac.
$1.6 million. Owner Fin.
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EDGEWATER, FL:
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acres Make offer Call
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HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Rare single family lot
with private oceanfront
gazebo. Sold for $248K
Must sell this weekend.
$129K 772-528-4137
N. MERRITT ISL-Brevard
Co. near Kennedy Space
Ctr. Beautiful 1acre treed.
$250,000. Poss. owner
financing. 321-632-9241
NC BEAUTIFUL Moun-
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Paved Roads. 1-5 acre
lots. Starting at just
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Must See! Call Now
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New York
Abandoned Farm
6-Acres-$19,900
Great deal on quality land
priced way below market!
Meadows, woods awe-
some views! Near Coop-
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Ideal Country homesite!
Motivated owner will fi-
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877-805-5263

PALM BAY, 20 lots to
choose from. From
$29,000. Financing Avail-
able. Build to suit.
561-441-5493

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IF
PORT ST LUCIE
14Acres in town
GENTLEMENS FARM
Zoned 6 units to an acre.
Horses ok. $499,000
772-528-4137
SCOTTSMOOR, (4) lots,
Huntington Ave. $85,000
for all 4 or best offer; (2)
lots, $42,500 for both or
best offer. Call Larry
321-773-5148
SEBASTIAN: The High-
lands 3 adjacent lots 80 x
125 on Admiral Circle
Zoned for duplex. Sell
one or all @ $72,900ea
NEG. 772-581-9096 /
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TENNESSEE 20 acres.
Mountain & lake view.
25mi E of Knoxville. 3 mi
off exit 421 & I 40.
Development approved
16 1+ acre lots. Asking
$625,000. 561-255-3852
tennesseepropertyonline.
corn for pictures & info.
TENNESSEE 48 acres
wooded 4-miles from 165
& Town 50/mi south of
Nashville, several house
sites 1 w/septic system.
$115.00 Will divide.
931-993-9377
VERO BEACH: 80 X 105
aprrx. Water, sewer,
cleared in area of new
homes. Walk to Highland
Elem $49,900 Financing
by owner 772-468-2250




PORT ORANGE- FSBO.
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 Fl sunsets. Eat
in kitchen, Full din. rm.
Like new. 2 1/2 yrs. old.
Must see. Call for appt.
386-763-5656. Or visit
Wed, Th, Fri. 5607 Bald
Eagle Dr. No RE taxes.
Must sell, price reduced
to $160,000.




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
FORT PIERCE: Golden
Ponds 55+ Immaculate!
2/2 Dblwd washed, new
AC, roof, hot water heat-
er, porch, carport & ext.
paint. Taped & textured
neutral int., Updated
apples, clbhse & htd pool,
no pets/sink $34K obo
772-460-1498

FORT PIERCE: Spanish
Lakes Fairways, 55+
comm. With free golf,
X-Irg doublewide, fully
furnished, excellent cond.
2br/2ba, many upgradee.
large open concept
living/dining room, family
room and kitchen;
hardwood & broadloom;
5 apple kitchen; solid oak
cabinets & skylight; W/D,
spacious bedrooms,
carport, sunroom, central
A/C; large patio & shed.
772-460-7846


TERRIFIC
HOBE SOUND 55+ ac-
tive adult community.
Cambridge. '95 Homes of
Meritt, 2/2+den. Furnish-
ed, own land, carport,
shed. Asking $129,900k
with lease option. Pet
friendly. 772-546-6062
772-233-9720
JUPITER FARMS Must
be moved! 12X60
2br/2ba, new w/d &
stove, new a/c, plumbing,
temporary pole incl.,
$3,200. 561-743-3732

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1991 Fleetwood, 24x54, 2
BR/2 BA, W/D, dishwash-
er, screened porch, tile
throughout, $25,000. Call
321-525-1280
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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, $110,000 or
Lease opt. 321-544-7424
MICCO 2bd/1.5ba in
55+ park w/ pool, fully
furnished, 870 sq ft, AC,
cable TV, carport + more.
Available on 3/29! 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
MICCO: 55+ Park new
rec. Hall, Big pool, free
water & garbage p/up
2br/2ba, fully furn. appis
W/D, 3 storage sheds,
Vinyl roof. Brand New fla
rm. $18,000 Call for
details.904-814-7508;
904-692-2600
MICCO: Doublewide in
Barefoot Bay, own your
own land, no lot rent,
owner financing, golf,
tennis, & pools.
772-913-2400; 913-1059
MIMS, NORTH, Pine-
wood Village, 2 BR/2 BA,
central heat/air, Fl. room
& open porch, storage, lot
rent $238/mo. Asking
$20,900. 321-385-3497 or
321-863-3757
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. Corn p. reno-
vated, fresh paint inside
& out. Well kept smoke
free home wall appls.
Sleeps 7. Close to
$11,500 in renovations.
$15,000. Call to see
386-761-0486.

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SEBASTIAN: Park place
55+, 3603 W. Derry.
2br/2ba, New roof, vinyl
siding carport, hurr.
shutters; New sinks,
cabinetry, tile counters &
all tile floors. New
dishwasher, stove.
Comm. pl, tennis courts,
clbhse. Lawn care, trash
p/up incl. $51,000. Call
772-388-1605
SPANISH LAKES Fair-
ways 55+. St Lucie Coun-
ty 2br/2ba+ Florida
Room, Carport, Shed,
Furnished. All newly re-
modeled. New roof, a/c &
water heater. Near golf-
course, active clubhouse
and 2 pools. Must see!
$48,950. 772-461-7631,
cell: 631-804-2733.
TITUSVILLE, BEAUTI-
FUL like new, comply.
remodeled in/out, 2 BR/2
BA. Located in beautiful
mobile home park! For
sale owner financing.
Call Ken 914-649-7105
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: 1br/1ba,
furnished, 55+ park.
North Vero Beach across
from Wabasso Post
office. $3,700.
828-403-2364
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




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AIKEN, SOUTH Carolina
242 acres with 5 acre
lake, big timber, over
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803-640-3497
ALABAMA LAND SALE
10,000+ acres in 70+
tracts Timberland,
farmland, & development
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Ideal for hunting, fishing
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Near Dale Hollow Lake,
perfect for cabin, vaca-
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paved roads. Great in-
vestment / retirement
property. Owner financ-
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trally located near Nash-
ville, Knoxville, Chatta-
nooga. 931- 839-2968,
888-939-2968
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-
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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. Only an Hour
from Jacksonville, FL!
Call Now 1-904-206-5114
x1198
COLORADO 40 acres
$28,000. Nice valley land
near mountains. Good
road access. fishing,
hunting, ranching, farm-
ing area. $500 down.
$350 monthly. Call owner
806-376-8690
ELLIJAY GA 1.77ac
320+ft Creekfront. Lots of
wildlife. Perk test. Build
your cabin in the woods.
$41,900 561-818-9226
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FREE VACATION Ten-
nessee Mtns Free Va-
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mountain acreage com-
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Tennessee River. Call
706-657-7655
GA/FL Border Huge
Savings! 23.55 AC, only
$99,900 (Was $124,900)
Coastal region. Wooded,
loaded with wildlife. Easy
Drive to St. Simons Is-
land! Subdivision Poten-
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1-800-898-4409 x1157
GEORGIA
THE SANCTUARY,
on Lake Sinclair.
Lottery for Waterfront lots
in gated community.
Ground floor pricing.
Limited reservations.
Remax Lake Oconee.
1-888-485-5700
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GEORGIA
223+ acres Gilmer Coun-
ty. 1 mile county road
frontage, creeks, bot-
tomland, ridges, views,
wildlife, great investment
or develop. $12,500/acre
O w ner/ Agent
706-273-6938
GEORGIA LAND 165ac
SE of Atlanta Great
Investment. Residential
development. Wooded,
Hunting, double road
frontage. Elec & Phone.
$6800 per acre. Nikki
Mckinley ReMax Lake
Oconee. nikkimckinley.com
1-478-719-4335 or
1-706-485-5700
GEORGIA LAND
North Central 1-10 acre
tracts. Beautiful wooded
homesites. Terrific invest-
ment w/fin'ancing "-avail-
able. Beautiful weather
year round.
Limited availability!
Starting $5,5001acre.
706-364-4200
GEORGIA PASTURE
LAND w/pond 116acs.
will divide into 41acs. &
75acs. $2600/acre.
Mature timberland 20acs.
road frontage. For the
best buys & land call
Riverland 706-840-2136
Georgia The Sanctuary
on Lake Sinclair. Lottery
for Waterfront lots in
gated community.
Ground floor pricing.
Limited reservations.
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1-888-485-5700
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1-866-352-2249, x1201
GEORGIA
WOODED HOMESITES
1-10 acres.LOW TAXES!
Beautiful weather year
round. Terrific investment
w/owner financing avail.
Limited availability! (US
Citizenship not required.)
Starting $5,500/acre.
706-364-4200
GEORGIA, 1000+ft.
frontage on creek with
rushing shoals. Great
building sites. City water
available. $14,000/acre,
total of 34 acres.
O wn e r/ Agent
706-273-6938
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
ILLINOIS
Adjoining Shawnee
National Forest. Access
to 250,000acs. Trophy
deer & turkey hunting.
Creeks & Ohio River
w/tremendous fishing.
lac. $900/down,
$155/mo. 5ac.
$1800/down. $315/mo.
270-791-2538
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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 LAND
26 acres. Beautiful spring
fed lake, building site.
Great fishing, deer &
turkey hunting. $77,900.
1 Acre $500/down,
$105/month.
Call 270-999-0179
LAFAYETTE COUNTY:
Must Sell! 5 acre tracts.
Home site or investment.
Financing avail. $59,000
ea. Owner/Broker Daniel
Crapps Agency, Inc.
1-800-805-7566
LAKE MARION S.C. 2
acres, excellent build-
ing site. No Impact Fee,
Low taxes and insur-
ance. $22,900 Owner
Financing .
803-473-7125
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props must be sold! Low
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MOUNTAIN MEADOWS
in Ellijay, GA. 3+ Acre
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Valkaria
1.33 Acres $20K
10.57 Acres $375K
5 Acres Tree Farm w/home $575K
20 Acres w/home $2.2 Mil
30.68 Acres $1.8 Mil
Tropical Nursery Business w 4/3.5 home $449,9K
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MUNISING, MI Lk. Su-
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2br/2ba. Vaulted ceilings.
16x24 garage. $184,000.
386-788-6899 or
906-869-6815
N.C. HOTSPRINGS
Gated Community sur-
rounded by Pisgah Na-
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hiking trails, waterfall!
Homesites from
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Nature lover's paradise!
1-877-477-3473
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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-
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Homesites starting
$39,900. Land/ Log home
package kits $99,900.
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1-888-389-3504 x600
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more homesites, deer,
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Paved access, utilities.
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828-247-9966
NORTH CAROLINA
Mountain cabin shell on
private 1.3 acre site.
$129,900. 2-10 acre
mountain top homesites
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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.


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Georgia Prime real es-
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OHIO RIVER ACREAGE
260 Acres w/3200 Ft of
frontage on the Muskin-
gum River, hilltop proper-
ty. Just $2200/acre. Call
740-489-9146
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
ST. SIMONS Island, GA.
(between Jacksonville &
Savannah), 4/3/2 home +
library, custom built low
country style new home
in coastal new gated
community, 10 min to
ocean, 2,600 sq ft livea-
ble, Quality throughout in
golfers paradise & sur-
rounded by live Oak trees
w/Spanish moss. Low
taxes & ins. No hurri-
canes in 100 yrs.
$549,000 561-630-7792




TALLAHASSEE Invest-
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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 LARGE
Land Sale 500 + / -
acres minutes from Fall
Creek Falls State Park
Road or Creek Frontage
$1,100,000.
931-946-2697 Ext. 3
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

TEN NESSEE
Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge
area New Const. Lake &
mtn views. 4/3 5200sf. on
.8AC. Hardwood, tile,
carpet flooring. Granite
kitchen tops, appliances.
Main level MBR/w trey
ceiling. Fireplace on each
level. Finished daylight
lower level w/wet, bar.
Covered porch oversized
deck & patio. $895,000
1-865-484-1577
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Tennessee Lake Bar-
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Free Boat Slips! Save
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- Bear Trace Golf Resort.
Lakefront 5/2. Oversized
2 car garage. Large eat in
kitchen, glass sunroom,
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INDIAN RIVER. Office
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$7/ft 561-441-5493
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772-240-1493
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9375 sq.ft. Middle off 3
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$695/mo or Cocoa Beach
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Sec. Call 321-604-7535
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CAPE CANAVERAL,
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apt. +50 neighborhood.
$750/mo includes elec-
tricity. Plus W/D. 1st &
Security. Small pets Ok.
321-720-2261
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.
Encl. balcony. W/D incl.
Furnished/Unfurnished.
Clubhouse, tennis, exer-
cise- room, pool, bingo
321-727-3866; 298-2111
INDIALANTIC BEACH,
Direct Ocean !! Furn 1/1,
2nd Fl w/ balcony, pool.
Util incl. Avail 5/1 for 7mo
$1500mo. 229-291-8414
INDIAN HARBOR BCH,
(2), 2/1.5, partially furnish-
ed, pool, tennis, walk to
beach, utilities incl., 1@
$1200/mo.;1@$1000/mo.
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Electric, DSL, water, king'
bed & full sofa bed. 1-3
mo. $1199mo., 4-8 mo.
$999mo., available 5/16
321-725-8392
Palm Bay Condo, 2BR
2BA all appliances incl.'
W/D $750/month in-
cludes water/cable. No
pets. 321-779-4376
PALM BAY NW Large
furnished efficiency
apartment. Private bath,
entrance in yard. Brand
new. $650/ mo incis all.
321-549-4421
PALM BAY, 2Br 2BA
Apartment $750. Close to
195 and shopping. Move
in condition. Available
immed. 321-960-5946
ROCKLEDGE: Brand
new, vacant. 3br/2.5/lcg,
Loft, carpeted through
out window treatment &
appl's, includes water &
lawn maint. $1400/mo.
800-571-5626
SATELLITE BCH, Direct
oceanfront condos, 7th fl,
awesome views from all
balconies.' Furnished,
cable. From $1095
monthly. Immediate
Rental. 248-217-6534
SEBASTIAN Furnished
1 bdrm Cottage includes
utilities, cable, & W/D in a
great location. No depos-
it. From $225/wk, 11330
US 1 772-321-3202
SEBASTIAN 2/2 with
amenities (clubhouse,
pool, tennis) $950/mo +
F/L/S 772-538-0031
TITUSVILLE: 2 Story
Condo, 2 /1-1/2, 1150 sq
ft, golf course view, new
A/C, immaculate carpet &
paint, walk to Publix's,
nice pool, no pets
$700/mo 321-298-7757
VERO BEACH Spindrift
Gated Community
DIRECT OCEAN FRONT
2-br/2-ba Exquisitely
furnished. Pool, granite,
all appliances. $1400/mo
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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
Gardens. Available now
1/1 55+ $685/mo. Fully
furnished. 772-559-5136
VERO BEACH: Vista
Royale 55+, 2/2. New int/
appis, 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





WATERFRONT LIVING
PALM COAST Brand
new 2br/2ba condo.
Steps from pool, walking
paths, canoes & more.
Avail. April 1st.
$1375/mo. 386-527-2297



BAYTREE, Beautiful
Home, 3/3/3, spa, great
for entertaining A+
schools, Lake View. For
Details 321-427-9833
INDIALANTIC 5BR/3BA
Pool Home 2200sf.
Nicely maintained home
in great neighborhood. 1
block from beach.
$1800/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 WEST
Mobile home 2 BR/1.5 BA
$750/mo. W/lawn care.
Furniture optional. Across
from Sam's Club on Hwy.
192. 321-431-9591
MELBOURNE, Eau Gal-
lie area, 3BR 1BA, 1400
sqft., $875mo. Huge yard
fenced in. Great location
321-752-8813

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.
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AD#14901
MELBOURNE, W., 3/2,
priv.fence,lg. rooms, cent.
AC, new kitchen appl's.,
lovely neighborhood,$725
mo. + util's. Dep. req'd.
Avail. 4/15. 973-767-6350
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


REDIIE
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
ORMOND BEACH:
HaliFax river home,
Fantastic sunsets,
2br/2ba, Fam. rm, swim
pool, Dock w/lift, fully furn
Term of lease neg.
1500/mo. + $1500 dep.
ref required. Call owner
386-441-7058;
540-894-7744
PALM BAY NO DE-
CEMBER RENT! 3/1
$800 mo. $800 dep. 2871
NE Morris. Avail NOW!
321-591-6924 or
MerrittislandMay@aol.com
PALM BAY NO DE-
CEMBER RENT! 3/2
$1300 mo. $1300 dep
940 NE Fairhaven. Avail
NOW! 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com

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 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 remrod-
eled, freshly painted, slid-
ers to patio, Ig. yard, near
stores/195. $725/mo. 727-
539-0186 / 781-775-5236

PORT ST. LUCIE:
Lovely 3br poss 4th, 2ba,
close to shopping. Any
credit. Rent purch. Opt.
ClubMed. From $1100/m.
954-678-7543;
866-659-5841 EXT 1032

PORT ST. LUCIE: South
Bend backs to preserve
4/2/2 tile, fenced. Pets
negotiable $1475/mo
Lease option term neg.
352-484-8297

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

SEBASTIAN LARGE
4br/2 ba brand new CBS
homes. Low rent & move
in. Sec 8 welcome. Call
772-413-8940

SEBASTIAN: 1200
George St. 2/2/1 house
for rent, corner lot. Nice
neighborhood. $800/mo.
1st & security. Please.
call. 772-473-9392

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.


TITUSVILLE NO DE-
CEMBER RENT! 4/1
$1100 mo, $1100 dep,
313 Oleander. Avail
NOW! 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com

VERO BEACH Brand
New Lakefront Home
Gated Comm Waterway.
Village 3/2+den/office
Oakmont model Imm
Occupancy $1350/mo
561-371-8144
VIERA, 3BR 2BA, 2 Car
Garage. Split Plan. Great
cul-de-sac. Lakefront,
community pool. /month
$1300 321-638-1213,
321-302-5107 perks!
VIERA: Hammock trace,
1800sf, 3/2/2. Clean,
conv to shopping, comm.
pool, waterfront, office,
formal dining, Jacuzzi.
$1150/mo + dep. 8041
Bracken Lane. Avail.
April 1st. 972-722-9044;
214-802-8480;
321-433-1690




MELB. BEACH town-
home, Live beachside!
Resort style living! Beau-
tiful 2/1.5, private, ocean
to river comm., gated,
$845/mo. $400 credit off
first mo. 954-649-3484
See photos online www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#14650
MELBOURNE BEACH
3BR/2BA/1car, Fl. room &
patio. All amenities. Steps
from the beach. Mint con-
dition. First & Security.
954-554-1221


SUNTREE 2/2.5 Town
home in Gated comm.
Built in '03. Pool & lake
view. Close to 1-95.
$950/mo. + Security.
Pets Ok. 321-544-2805

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 See
ad #15116 for photo at
www.HometownNewsOL.com




HUTCHINSON IS. Du-
plex 3/2, nice, Ig, A/C,
parking; all appliances &
W/D. Community ameni-
ties. $1,000/mo. $2000/
move in. 221 Balboa St.
954-394-9832

MELBOURNE Near
Wickham/Aurora, quiet
st. 2BR/1BA $700. Incl.
w/d, water, trash, pest.
321-693-2784
www.Your-Castle.biz

MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA
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., available 5/16
321-725-8392


MELBOURNE, CUTE,
2/1, Eau Gallie, 1 block to
Indian River,quiet, fenced,
carport w/door, private
patios, nice yard, W/D,
$750/mo. 321-591-2323

SEBASTIAN 2/1/1 un-
furn, porch & yard. Avail-
able immed. Close to
US1. $900/mo (annual
lease) + $600 sec
772-532-9771

SEBASTIAN: New
Duplex 112 Dahl Ave.
3br/2ba, New appis, nice
neighborhood. Small pets
ok, $950/mo. F&L. Call
Oscar. 305-338-4527


825 Mnufature


MELBOURNE
community.
manuf. home,
+ utilities. Call


- 55+
2BR/2BA
$500/mo.
for more


info. 724-602-5941 /
321-752-8086

MELBOURNE, 3/2 unfur-
nished, screen room,
shed, comm. pool, 55+,
$850/mo. includes cable.
First/last, sec. $300. Call
321-258-9203 / 951-9728

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



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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.




COCOA BEACH
Professional ofcs in Cape
Royal Office Condo.
584sf. & Larger. Rodney
S. Ketcham Inc. Realtor.
321-784-0677
rsketcham@earthlink.net





PORT ST. LUCIE Pro-
fessional office space to
share, Prime Port St.
Lucie Blvd. location,
phones, copier, furnish-
ed, internet, great space
for Real Estate Broker or
Insurance Agent Busi-
ness. 772-285-6558





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


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conv 1986. Orig owner
mint cond. 17500 orig
miles, white/red int. Cold
A/C Asking $10800.
561-746-2944 Tequesta.

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$14,900. 772-770-4195

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

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


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vertible '016, Auto,
Power Windows & Locks,
Clean Car, Summer Fun
$8985 or $210/mo x48
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FORD T-BIRD 1997, 2
Door Coupe LX White,
Automatic, AM/FM/CD,
73k mi. $2700. 321-373-
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HONDA ACCORD LX,
'98, black, 2 door coupe,
V6 auto, ice cold
AC,garaged, adult
owned, $6900.
321-637-1032
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mi., Maint., good cond.
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Low Miles, Family Car
$9495 or $198/mo x 48
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HYUNDAI TIBURON GT
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$10,495 or $210/month
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Mercury Grand Marquis,
'87, white, 4 dr, V8, 6 way
seats, full power, 1 owner,
exc. cond., 105K miles,
$2500/obo.321-253-3342
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
OLDS REGENCY 98,
1989, AC, runs great, in-
terior excellent, $700. Call
321-255-5316
OLDSMOBILE Cutlass
Sierra 1993 Baby Blue,
4 door, CD, Clean, AC,
Runs good. $900.
305-924-7663. Palm Bay
TOYOTA AVALON '03
XLS Edition. Leather,
moonroof, $15,888.
Lexus 'of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
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.
$3500/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-
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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


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- 1200
custom Sportster, 2004,
only 900 miles, two tone
'black/gold. Must be seen!
$8000. 321-773-7883
HARLEY DAVIDSON:
'02, 1200 Sportster, cus-
tom ride. White pearl w
red lettering. 8000 easy
miles $7,500 neg. Call
321-917-6406
HONDA SHADOW 750
Aero, '07, 26 actual miles,
black, showroom cond.,
transferable ext. warranty,
$5900. Call 321-752-3950
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
YAMAHA YZF-R6 '04,
Royal Blue, 6800 miles.
Custom Seats, many ex-
tras, excellent cond.
$6400/obo 321-514-5528
YAMAHA, 2006, Mid
Night Worrier, all black,
Vance & Hines pipe, w/
power pack, 8500 miles,
$9000. 321-298-2438



21' FIBERGLASS (no
leaks)Class B, 1989,69K,
good on gas, new tires
/batteries, recent brake
job/trans./diff. serves. tint-
ed, tow pkg., sleeps 4,
seats 9 w/ seat belts.
Was $10.9K now $9.9K.
Call Jim 321-253-4068
28' TRAVELCRAFT,
Class C, fully self con-
tained, new tires, $5700
or trade for towable vehi-
cle/ Jeep. 321-514-1620
33' SEABREEZE Deluxe
Upgraded '97, Ready to
go!! 35K mi, new tires,
all appl's, glass shower.
A1 condl $29,500
772-388-9321
34' BARTH: '98 diesel
pusher, Loaded, Extra
storage, Excellent cond.
60K miles. $48K
772-299-7183.
ALFA SEEYA '04, 40',
luxury diesel pusher, all
the options, w/ warranty,
will consider trade.
$125,000. 321-704-3819
CAMPING
MEMBERSHIP!
Camp Coast to Coast
USA/Canada. $8 per
night (Full Hookup) year
round. Paid $2595,
illness forces sale $595.
1-800-236-0327
COACHMEN 5TH wheel,
Spirit of America,sleeps 8
triple bunk, slide out,
ducted roof AC, -in-floor
heating, large fridge, awn-
ings, $22,900. Please call
321-635-8232
Fleetwood Searcher '94-
Class C motor home, 23',
new generator, sleeps 6,
24k mi., great condition.
$19,900. 321-271-1376


MALLARD SPRINTER,
'88, 33', Class A M/H,
44K mi., new tires, 6.5kw
gen., V8 gas, very clean,
$7500.321-953-3296
REXHALL AIRBUS, '99,
36', Ford V10, 2 slides,
sleeps 6, Generac gener-
ator, 30K mi., $43,000
obo. 321-728-3969
WINNEBAGO '89, 25ft,
40K mi., AC/Heat, Gener-
ator & All Appls., w/ Tow
Car: 4WD GEO Tracker.
$13,900 321-773-7290
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WINNEBAGO DIESEL
Pusher, Spotless, Nicely
Decorated! 1999, 3' slide,
Queen, New Tires/Battrs.
Only 26k mi. $57,000/obo
321-537-3866/501-4012
Winnebago Adventurer-
1997, 34 ft, New Awning
& Tires, 1 Slider, 2 ACs,
Queen Bed, 30k mi., Exc.
Cond. w/ Cover. Illness
Sale.$39K. 561-602-7114
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Winnebago Warrior '91-
Class A, 30 ft, Generator,
AC, Cable TV, Micro-
wave + many extras!
Nice Cond. Road Ready,
$11,900 321-501-5418
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CHEVY TAHOE Z71 '04
- 4x4, Touring package,
$24,995.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
DODGE: Durango R/T
Sport-AWD '03, loaded.
60K miles, just reduced
to: $13,400. Or Best
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FORD EXPLORER Limit-
ed Ed., '98, AM/FM, 6 CD
changer, sunroof, leather
interior, power everything,
$7000/obo. 321-728-2811
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ISUZU RODEO, '96,
4WD, auto, V6, power
windows,CD/cass., needs
work, $899. Call for more
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FORD RANGER -'96 BIk,
Stick, Towing Package,
Topper, V6, Runs Good,
117k miles. MUST SELL!
$1800/obo 321-722-1698
FORD RANGER XLT '93,
Green, 5 speed, AC/CD,
Topper, Bedliner, Alum.
Wheels, in Exc. Cond..
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NISSAN 4X4, '87, runs
good, looks good, fresh
paint, $2600. Please call
321-720-0558


American Hauler, '06,
16' encl., dual axle, elec.
brakes, tie downs, motor-
cycle mounts, used once
$5400. 321-392-3336
HOLIDAY RAMBLER,
'88, 29', w/'88 Ford 250XL
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PACE, 2004, 6'X12'X6',
side door, single axle,
spare tire, excellent con-
dition, 1 owner, $1800.
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TRAILER, TANDEM axle,
small car hauler, small
wheels, aluminum frame,
only 800 lbs., $995/obo.
321-536-0422
WELLS CARGO, 6x10,
single axle, exc. cond., 1
owner, low mi., side door.
Cost $3000+ sell $2000/
obo. Russ 321-409-8373.


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er. Fast, fun, many ex-
tras! Owner motivated to
sell. $9700/obo. Any offer
considered. Please call
321-752-3957

HONDA OUTBOARD, 30
HP 4-stroke, console, for-
ward deck, swivel chair,
fish finder, anchor, trailer,
like new. 321-259-2213


JET BOAT, Islandia, '03,
22', low hours, excellent
condition, V6 Mercury, w/
trailer, $19,000. Call,
321-777-1730 / 795-3426
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MOTORS: (2) 225HP 4
stroke 2006 Mercury, 21
hours, 25" left or right.
Buy with or without 1983
29' T-Craft boat, $12,000
each or best offers. Call
321-543-4159
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, $30,000.
321-961-9299
PROP (New) Stainless
Steel, 14 1/4" x 17", for
Yamaha/Honda, 150hp +.
$190.321-223-8004 SBrv
SEADOO ISLANDIA -'06
22ft Jet Boat w/ Trailer,
Cover & all Accessories
Ready to Set Sail! Low
Hours & in Immaculate
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SEAFOX '03 21', cuddy,
Canvas T-Top, 135 Merc
Opt, w/ Warranty, 2005
Trailer, All Electronics.
$19,000. 321-508-1908
WELLCRAFT CC 17',
1975 Fisherman, 85 HP,
'76 Evinrude T/T GPS f/f
VHF Bimini Easy Loader
roller Trailer, power winch
Runs Good, Nice Cond.
$3950.Call 321-676-0630
WELLCRAFT CUDDY
cabin, '87, Mercury I/O,
looks good, includes trail-
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