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Peace is at hand: Interim water deal reached


Some builders must wait as cities work out
'bugs' in new permit application process


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Some long-delayed develop-
ments are green-lighted, now that
an interim water agreement
between Melbourne and West
Melbourne has been signed.


Community
gathers to pay
repects to
Duke Salberg
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
,WEST MELBOURNE -
Duke Salberg was recalled as
a powerful motivator who
was devoted to his family, his
church, his city and thesport
of hockey during a memorial
service last Sunday.
Hundreds of residents
gathered at Melbourne's Cal-
vary Chapel to honor City
Council member Herbert L.
"Duke" Salberg, who passed
away April 19 after a long ill-
ness.
Mr. Salberg was a tireless
advocate on West Mel-
bourne's behalf, working to
preserve the current Rodes
Park when the county relo-
cates to a larger facility west
of the existing park.
West Melbourne City
Council member Virginia
Blanchard plans to ask the
council to rename Rodes
Park after Mr. Salberg, if the
city purchases the park from
Brevard County.
"He dearly loved that he
had been elected to serve the
city of West Melbourne," said
Ms. Blanchard.
Mr. Salberg also vehement-
ly defended West Mel-
bourne's borders from
encroaching annexation by
the cities of Melbourne and
Palm Bay.
The military phrase, "Repel


) See SALBERG, A4


Unfortunately, other develop-
ers will have to wait as the cities
work out the kinks in a new per-
mitting process.
The interim agreement came
after more than eight months of
negotiations between the neigh-
boring cities. Both cities had


retained outside attorneys, antic-
ipating a possible legal escala-
tion.
At the heart of the debate was a
1978 contract between the two
cities, stipulating that Melbourne
would provide West Melbourne
with as much water as the city
needed.
When West Melbourne experi-
enced rapid growth, the water
supply system became strained,


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Duke Salberg, standing in Rodes Park, approximately three months before his
death. He was a vocal advocate of saving Rodes Park from development when'
the county relocates the park to property west of the existing park.


LATEST FASHION


Sixth-grader Dream
Newton models a dress
made from Hometown
News newspapers
during the Roy Allen'
'Elementary School-Age
Child Care Spring Fashion
Show last week. Dream
was one of 65 students
who participated
in the event. Many of the
participants thanked
coordinator Wanda Perry
and group leader
Denice Bongiovanni
for designing costumes
and overseeing
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Kaitlin Norton
staff photographer


requiring a series of additional
interconnection points with Mel-
bourne's water supply pipes.
Last summer, Melbourne began
withholding water concurrency
certificates from West Melbourne
developers. The state of Florida
requires the certificate to demon-
strate that a new project will not
put unacceptable demands on
I See WATER, A2


Rezoning


request


is stalled

Request withdrawn
after neighbors
protest home sizes
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staffwriter
WEST MELBOURNE -
Plans to build a nine-home
subdivision stalledlast week
over neighbors' concerns
that tiny homes might deval-
ue their properties.
The owner of the vacant
property, Tim Gifford,
requested a zoning change
from R-1AA to R-1A for a
3.35-acre lot near the inter-
section of Henry Avenue and
Park Hill Boulevard.
City code stipulates that
homes built in the R-1A zone
can be as small as 900 square
feet.
"I'm concerned about our
neighborhood," said Clint
Johns, who lives near the site.
"If this passes, it could open
the' door to new zoning for
other vacant lots, and that
could hurt my property
value."
Neighbors presented a
petition with 58 signatures
opposing the rezoning
request.
Mr. Gifford said he wasn't
asking for the zoning change
to build smaller houses but
to allow him to build more
houses on smaller lots.
"We do not want to put
900-square-foot houses on
these lots," said Mike
) See REZONING, A2


Brevard recalls


own darkest day

Victims of 1987 shooting recalled;
officials reflect on Virginia Tech spree


BY TONY IUDNICH
Staff writer
Because of the sacrifices
of two Palm Bay Police offi-
cers, scores of people have
been able to enjoy the last
20 years.
"(Officers Ronald Grogan
and Gerald Johnson)
stepped in harm's way so
others could live," said
Palm Bay Police Capt.
Doug Dechenne.
On April 23; 1987, William
Cruse, an elderly man with
a master's degree in library
science, went on a random
shooting spree at the Palm
Bay Shopping Center and
the nearby Sabal Palm
Shopping Center.
Before being captured by
police, Mr. Cruse took a
hostage, killed Officers


Grogan and Johnson and
four other people and
wounded 14 others.
It was one'of the worst
mass shootings in Florida
history. Mr. Cruse was sen-
tenced to death but
remains on death row.
The heroics of Officers
Grogan and Johnson were
honored at a ceremony last
Monday, marking the 20m
year since the tragedy.
The ceremony also took
place one week after a Vir-
ginia Tech student shot and
killed 32 people and him-
self and injured dozens of
others.
Looking back
Mr. Cruse killed Ruth


) See SHOOTING, A15


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A2 Melbourne Hometown News Friday, April 27, 2007


Water
From page Al
the city's infrastructure.
From a planning per-
spective, Melbourne's utili-
ty staff needed to know
more about West Mel-
bourne's future growth
expectations, said Mel-
bourne attorney Paul
Gougelman in a March 15
memo to the City Council.
"(Under the old con-
tract) West Melbourne
could request without


any prior notice addi-
tional capacity of only
1,000 gallons per day in the
year 2008, or 5 million gal-
lons per day," wrote Mr.
Gougelman. "(The
.unknown demand makes)
it extremely difficult for
Melbourne to predict how
much it should upsize it's
water plant or reserve
capacity to service West
Melbourne."
Under the new agree-
ment, West Melbourne will
construct a new 16-inch
diameter water supply line


along Hollywood Boule-
vard, between U.S. 192 and
Eber Road to help alleviate
water pressure concerns.
For its part, Melbourne
will place another inter-
connection point at the
intersection of U.S.192 and
Hollywood Boulevard.
Melbourne will issue
interim concurrency cer-
tificates for seven new
developments, opening
the door for 1,650 new
homes in West Melbourne.
Final occupancy certifi-
cates will be withheld until


engineering models
demonstrate the new sys-
tem can supply sufficient
water and water pressure.
The measure also allows
construction to begin on
the massive Hammocks
Landing development,
planned near the intersec-
tion of Minton and Palm
Bay roads.
Both city councils
approved the interim
agreement, with Mel-
bourne mayor Harry
Goode casting the only
dissenting vote from either
council.
Not -all developers are
pleased with the new
agreement.
Plans to build a 70-room
Microtel Hotel near the
intersection of Hollywood
Boulevard and U.S. 192
have stalled because the
concurrency request was
not addressed by the inter-
im agreement.
Bruce Moia, engineer for


the project, expressed frus-
tration during the April 10
Melbourne City Council
meeting.
"We've been trying to get
concurrency from Mel-
bourne, and we've been
denied," said Mr. Moia.
"There's no avenue (for us
to pursue), we're just
stuck."
The problem, said Mel-
bourne city manager Jack
Schluckebier, is that Mel-
bourne will only review
applications that come
directly from the city of
West Melbourne.
"(Individual developers)
need .to give us a joint
application primarily
signed by West Mel-
bourne," said Mr.
Schluckebier. "We're not
signing (certificates) carte
blanche just because we
have plant capacity."
West Melbourne city
manager David Reynal
agreed with his Melbourne


counterpart.
"(The developer) needs
to apply through our city,"
said Mr. Reynal. "It's a new
process, and there are still
bugs to be worked out."
Meanwhile, South
Developers, the Naples-
based corporation plan-
ning to build the Mircrotel,
is caught in the middle.
"We've been round and
round with these two cities
with no resolution," said
Mr. Moia.
The West Melbourne
Planning and Zoning
Board will discuss the
Microtel development
during the May 8 meeting.
Their recommendations-
will be forwarded to the
'City Council for further
discussion.

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


Rezoning
From page Al
Grayson, the developer, approved," said deputy
"We plan to put 2,000- city manager Keith Mills.
square-foot homes on Acting city manager Jim
these lots, at a minimum." Stokes advised the council
The reason for the rezon- that a zoning change
ing request, said Mr. would give the city "very
Grayson, was to allow nar- little discretion" to deny
rower lots for each home- 900-square-foot homes, if
site. the developer decided to
Lots with the R-1AA zon- change his plans.
ing classification must be "One avenue that might
a minimum of 85 feet wide work is if the applicant is
and have an overall size at willing to record an irrev-
least 10,000 square feet. ocable deed restriction on
The R-1A designation the property," said Mr.
allows lots to be a mini- Stokes.
mum of 75 feet wide, and The deed restriction,
a minimum of 7,500 recorded with the county,
square feet in total lot. would require any future
size. developer to build houses
The city's planning and no smaller than 2,000
zoning board voted 6-1 to square feet.
approve the zoning Because several council
change but had requested members appeared ready
the addition of a caveat to deny the ordinance, Mr.
mandating the home sizes Gifford withdrew the
be a minimum of 2,000 request, saying he would
square feet. work on obtaining the
The ; recommended deed restriction before re-
caveat was not included approaching the council.
in the ordinance language
presented to the City Contact Gretchien Sauer-
Couni"ik""'- '- if i mi at (321) 961o591 or
"In the past, conditions e-mail her at
on rezoning were not sauerman@homettbwn-
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Organization helps patients mend


Group focuses
on emotional
support after
heart surgery

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
The Melbourne chapter
of Mended Hearts is not
an off-shoot of Sgt. Pep-
per's Lonely Hearts Club
Band.
It's also not a match-
making organization.
"(Some people) believe
Mended Hearts is a mar-
riage counseling service,"
joked Uve Laufenberg,
president of the Mel-
bourne chapter of Mend-
ed Hearts.
Actually, the organiza-
tion offers emotional sup-
port to cardiac patients as
they recover from open-
heart surgery.
"We try to make (the
patient) understand that
they're not sick anymore,"
said Mr. Laufenberg.
"They see that scar, and
they think they're going to
suffer forever."
Each week, Mr. Laufen-
berg and a team of Mended
Heart members visit recov-
ering heart patients at
Holmes Regional Medical
Center.
Patients often feel con-
fused or depressed follow-
ing surgery, Mr. Laufen-
berg said. Mended Hearts
volunteers are there to
offer emotional support to
patients and their families.
"The nurses often say,
'Thank God you're here,
you really need to talk to
so-and-so,'" said Mended
Hearts volunteer Bob
Olszewski, who visits
patients every Saturday.
Mended Hearts is a
national nonprofit organi-
zation based in Dallas. In


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Lydia Vazquez, left, Luis Vazquez, Faydra Roma and Uve Laufenberg chat during a
Mended Hearts meeting at Holmes Regional Medical Center. The group offers emotion-
al support to former cardiac patients.


the past 50 years, the orga-
nization's outreach pro-
grams have grown to serve
more than 460 hospitals
and rehabilitation centers
throughout North Ameri-
ca.
Each year, Mended
Hearts volunteers conduct
more than 250,000 visits to
recovering cardiac
patients or their families.
The Melbourne chapter
conducts nearly 800 hos-
pital and follow-up visits
each year. Members also
meet monthly to share
stories and hear from
health care professionals.
Melbourne resident Luis
Vazquez, 60, found out
about Mended Hearts
after undergoing emer-
gency quadruple bypass
surgery last year.
"I had a stress test done,
and they found something
suspicious," said Mr.
Vazquez. "I went in for a
CAT scan, and they rolled
me right into the operat-
ing rom. 'They said if I


hadn't come in, I would
have been dead in six
months."
Mr. Laufenberg, who
also received quadruple
bypass surgery, visited Mr.
Vazquez in the hospital.
"It lifted me up a bit,"
said Mr. Vazquez.
Months later, Mr.
Vazquez began attending
Mended Hearts meetings
at Holmes Regional Hospi-
tal.
"We have great support
from Holmes," said Mr.
Laufenberg. "They provide
us with a meeting room,
refreshments, pay our
(newsletter) postage and
offer doctor support."
Mr. Vazquez is one of the
youngest members of the
Melbourne chapter.
"Just because you see
elderly people with the
disease doesn't mean you
won't get it," said Mr.
Vazquez. "Have your doc-
tor check you out."
Mended Hearts mem-
bers are not required to


volunteer in the patient
outreach program. Many
of the 54 local members
prefer to attend monthly
meetings to stay in touch
with other former heart
patients.
For Mr. Laufenberg,
however, the patient visits
are very rewarding.
"The love of my heart is
the visitation," he said.
"Some (patients) say, 'If
that guy could make it, I
could make it.'"
The Melbourne chapter
serves all of south and
central Brevard County.
The group meets the sec-
ond Saturday of each
month at Holmes Regional
Medical Center.
For information, call Mr.
Laufenberg at (321) 254-
7218 or visit www.mend-
edhearts.org.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
neiwsol.com.


WEEK IN

REVIEW

Florida Tech offers engineering camps
MELBOURNE The Florida Institute of Technolo-
gy is offering three one-week summer camps for high-
school students.
The applied math camp is called FAM.E., Focus on
Applying Mathematics in Engineering. The camp is intend-
ed to show students real-world applications of mathemat-
ics to civil engineering and engineering economics.
A computer will be assigned to each student during the
camp, offered during the week of July 9-13. The camp is
$700 for overnight students and $425 for day students.
Overnight students receive all meals and evening enter-
tainment, and day students receive free lunch.
The civil engineering department offers two con-
struction camps from July 16-20 and July 30-Aug. 3.
For information, call Christel Noyes at (321) 674-
8048 or e-mail cnoyes@fit.edu.

Brevard Public Schools aid tornado victims
Brevard Public School employees raised more than
$10,000 forVolusia County tornado victims last month.
The money came from a series of events, including
the "Third Annual North vs. South Basketball and Vol-
leyball Games," a barbecue and a "jeans day," said Area
II superintendent David Piccolo in a press release.
"When we learned of the February tornado damage
in Volusia, we wanted to find a way to help our neigh-
bors," said Mr. Piccolo. "Our community responded
positively, and we're pleased to offer this support."
The first annual fundraiser was created after the 2004
hurricane season, Mr. Piccolo explained. Last year,
funds raised went to the Candlelighters of Brevard to
support children with cancer.

Local animal lovers recognized
Brevard County Animal Services and Enforcement
volunteers Dennis and Mary Peer, who last year
received local Jefferson Awards for public service
from the County Commission, recently were recog-
nized on a regional level by the Central Florida Jeffer-
son Awards.
The Peers established the nonprofit Animal
Guardians of Brevard five years ago to promote pet
adoptions from the county's South Animal Care and
Adoption Center, promote spay and neuter programs
and distribute information and education.
The couple has helped more than 1,000 animals
find homes and more than 1,500 animals become
spayed or neutered, said Paulette Davidson, the
county's volunteer and intern coordinator.
The Peers recently were recognized as Jefferson
Award Hometown Heroes by Jefferson Award media
partner WESH-TV
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Salberg
From page A]
all boarders!" became Mr.
Salberg's rallying cry as he
urged the city to hire an
outside attorney to pre-
vent West Melbourne from
becoming an enclave.
Born in Chicago, Mr. Sal-
berg graduated from
Northern Illinois Universi-
ty. He loved sports and
became a high school foot-
ball, baseball and physical
education coach.


Mr. Salberg later moved
to the College of DuPage,
in Glen Ellyn, Ill. There, he
coached the school's hock-
ey team to three national
championships. In 1979,
he was named the school's
athletic director and asso-
ciate dean of natural sci-
ence.
After retiring from the
college in 1992, Mr. Sal-
berg moved to Florida and
changed from coaching
athletes to coaching sales-
men, as he began a new
career as a motivational
coach for Morton Interna-
tional.
A devoted member of
Calvary Chapel in Mel-
bourne, Mr. Salberg led a
weekly Christian men's
discussion group, called
Breaking Bread.
"Duke was a coach and
mentor all of his life and
changed the lives of my
family and countless oth-
ers," said West Melbourne
resident Lenox King.
Two years ago, Mr. Sal-
berg joined six other Cal-
vary members to form the
Calvary Christian Kids
Foundation, an organiza-
tion providing aid to fami-
lies in need.
"We became great
friends because he had a,
vision to help children,"
said Calvary Chapel mem-
ber Eddie Watson. "He
inspired me to take on the
responsibility to help form
the foundation to help
those kids."
During a memorial serv-
ice April 22, family, friends


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Noncommissioned Officer
Academy at Tyndall Air
Force Base, Panama City.
Sgt. Champoir is a saber
construction inspector
assigried to the 45th Civil
Engineer Squadron,
Patrick Air Force Base,
Cocoa Beach.


She is the daughter of
Cornelio S. and Gloria C.
Cabanero of Melbourne.

David C. George

Army Pvt. David C.
George has graduated
from basic combat train-
ingat Fort Knox, Ky.'I
He is the sod of Lester
George of Melbourne.
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The season of love


(bugs) returns


BY TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer
One of Florida's less
desirable seasons for
motorists has swarmed
into high gear with love
bugs taking flight.
A love bug is a small
black fly with a red thorax.
Upon reaching maturity,
the insect spends the rest
of its life mating, hence its
name.
The male and female
attach themselves at the
rear of the abdomen and
remain that way at all
times, even in flight.
But Danelle Parker, who
washes cars at Florida Car
Wash on U.S. 1 in Mel-
bourne, doesn't find any-
thing romantic about the
bugs.
"They're a pain in the
butt," Ms. Parker said.
Two four-to-five-week-


long flights of love bugs
occur each year, with the
spring flight occurring in
late April and May and
another in late August and
September.
During those periods,
many of the insects will
end up splattered on car
windshields and painted
parts and in radiators.
"Customers tend to
leave them on for more
than a day, and they're
hard to get off after
they've been in the sun
for awhile," Ms. Parker
said.
She said drivers on
major highways such as
Interstate 95 are the most
likely to run into the
insects.
"Get them off as soon as
you can," Ms. Parker said
of love bugs. "If they sit on
the car too long they take
the paint off."


-.. .'


and fellow City Council
members remembered Mr.
Salberg's contributions to
their lives.
Council members sat in
the front row of the
church, in the same order
as their positions on the
city's dais, with an empty
chair where Mr. Salberg
normally sat.
West Melbourne Police
Chief Brian Lock
addressed the crowd.
"I met one of my best
friends when I met my new
boss, when Duke was first
elected to the City Coun-
cil," said Chief Lock.
Mr. Salberg's son, Brad, a
14-year-old student at Mel-
bourne High School, was
the final speaker.
"I will always remember
two of my dad's lessons in
life: Never give up, and
always do your best," said
Brad.
"Duke was an agent of
hope," said Calvary Chapel
pastor Mark Balmer. "He
was an optimist. I mean, a
Chicago Bears fan? A
Chicago Cubs fan?"
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to the
Calvary Christian Kids
Foundation, 2175 Buena
Vista Ave., Melbourne, FL,
32934, or the Herb Salberg
PE Scholarship Fund, COD
Foundation, 425 Fawaell
Blvd., Glen Ellyn, Ill., 60137.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
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POLICE REPORT


Melbourne
Police Department

Robert C. Bissonnette,
36, of 1532 Birch St., Mel-
bourne, was charged April
14 with battery-domestic
violence.
Joseph Scott Doyle, 49,
of 1140 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 14 with aggravated
assault-domestic violence.
Joseph Brace, 51,
address unknown, was
charged April 15 with
resisting arrest with vio-
lence and trespassing after
receiving a warning.
Curtis Edward Jones,
44, of 241 Interchange
Drive N.E., Unit 101, Palm
Bay, was charged April 15
with possession of cocaine
with intent to sell, posses-
sion of cocaine and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Shane Christopher
Mitchell, 29, of 2740 Rouen
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged April 16 with
aggravated battery-domes-
tic violence and battery-
domestic violence.
Garrett Christopher
Amble, 25, of 1245 Palm
Bay Road, Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with pos-
session of cocaine, resist-
ing arrest without violence
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Cowanna LaFrease
Green, 31, of 516Walker St.,
Melbourne was charged
April 17 with two counts of
aggravated battery-domes-
tic violence.
+ Pamela Marlene
Sanders, 45, of 2571 Clin-
ton Drive N.E., Unit A,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 17 with possession of
drug paraphernalia and
possession of cocaine.
+ Virgil Allen Williams,
21, of 1590 Windwood


Drive, Unit 104, Palm Bay,
was charged April 17 with
burglary and petty theft.
Robert Arsis, 40, of
2581 Locksley Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
18 with being a habitual
traffic offender driving on a
suspended license.
Eugene Ernest Easton,
45, address unknown, was
charged April 18 with bur-
glary and petty theft.
Kenneth A. Worthy, 26,
of 220 Rocket Lane, Unit 1,
West Melbourne, was
charged April 18 with being
a habitual traffic offender.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Timothy Curtis Tom-
linson, 26, of 1755 Fairlight
St. N.W, Palm Bay, was
charged April 16 with
grand theft.
William Dewey Whitis,
35, of 1716 Rachel Road,
Melbourne, was charged
April 16 with felony retail
theft and non-support of
dependents.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office
Herbert L. Edwards, 55,
address unknown, was
charged April 14 with mis-
demeanor failure to
appear, making false 911
calls and battery on a law
enforcement officer.
Michelle T. Fournier,
27, of 460 Sherwood Ave.,
Satellite Beach, was
charged April 14 with pos-
session of cocaine and pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
John Gilbert Gelabert,
39, of 160 Albatross Drive,
Satellite Beach, was
charged April 14with pos-
session of cocaine, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia


and on-site violation of
probation.
Duhamel C. Theodore,
46, of 2347 Equinox Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 14 with being a habit-
ual traffic offender driving
on a suspended license.
Heidi Arlene
Wheelden, 47, of 950 Jettie
St., Palm Bay, was charged
April 14 with two counts of
felony failure to appear.
Shauna Marie Bray, 28,
of 342 Lofts Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
15 with felony retail theft
and possession of a con-
trolled substance.
+ Gerald Jack
Emmanuel, 23, of 2130
Watkins Road S.E;, Palm
Bay, was charged April 16
with misdemeanor failure
to appear and violation of
probation.
Christine Audrey
Garceau, 33, of 2115 Feast
Road, West Melbourne, was
charged April 16 with viola-
tion of probation.
* Tyler Dean Peck, 27, of
18 Avenue D, Melbourne,
was charged April 16 with
felony failure to appear,
petty theft, giving false
name and having an
attached tag not assigned
to vehicle.
Gaetano Viglione, 23,
of 2226 Stewart Road, Unit
2, Melbourne, was charged
April 16 with being a habit-
ual traffic offender, posses-
sion of cannabis and pos-
session of drug
paraphernalia.
+ William J. Wells, 59, of
2097 Falon Blvd. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 16 with possession of
a firearm or ammunition
by a convicted felon and
possession of a firearm or
concealed weapon by a
convicted felon.
Damaris Cintron, 29, of
1250 Scottish St., Palm Bay,


was charged April 17 with
scheming to defraud and
obtain property and grand
theft.
Tabitha Lorraine
Delma, 18, of 2239 Wash-
ington St. N.E., Palm Bay,
was charged April 17 with
violation of community
supervision and misde-
meanor failure to appear.
Paul Andrew laderosa,
57, of 602 Manatee Drive,
Satellite Beach, was
charged April 17 with pos-
session of cocaine and two
counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Casey Matthew John-
son, 31, of 13 Lee Road,
West Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with viola-
tion of probation.
+ Gary Wayne Melton,
47, of 2677 Hereford Road,
Melbourne, was charged
April 17with uttering a
forged or counterfeit bill,
two counts of petty theft,
two counts of forgery and
two counts of uttering a
forged instrument.
LarryTaylor, 59, of 1107
Swan St., Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with pos-
session of cocaine.
Harold Kenyon
Williams, 25, of 1142 Math-
ers St., Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with two
counts of violation of pro-
bation, three counts of
felony failure to appear
and two counts of misde-
meanor failure to appear.
Diane Lynette Boles,
34, of 808 Davis St., Mel-
bourne was charged April
18 with violation of proba-
tion.
Robert Lee Calhoun,
41, of 215 Rhine Road,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 18 with violation of
probation..
Avril Christine Christo-
pher, 45, of 791 Highland
Ave., Palm Bay, was


charged April 18 with two
counts of violation of pro-
bation.
Carolyn Jones Davis,
48, of 2822 Colbert Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
April 18 with violation of
community control.
Antoine Roman John-
son, 28, of 1300 Ethel Cir-
cle, Palm Bay, was charged
April 18 with two counts of
violation of probation.
Quinton Lamar John-
son, 19, of 542 Birch Ave.,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 18 with violation of
probation.
Eric Carlton Jones, 35,
of 1409 Gibbs St., ,Mel-
bourne, was charged April
18 with felony failure to
appear.
+ Kenneth Bernard
Matthews, 44, of 1101
Valencia St., Palm Bay, was
charged April 18 with tres-
passing, misdemeanor fail-
ure to appear, burglary and
petty theft.
Douglas William
Scharroo, 41, of 1520 Hope
Court, Palm Bay, was
charged April 18 with viola-
tion of probation.
Daniel Glenn Scribner,
28, of 250 E. Prince Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
April 18 with violation of
probation.
Lucas J. VanHook, 22,
of 358 Elm St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged April
18 with grand theft.


Carlos Vazquez, 29, of
1721 Halfman St., Palm
Bay, was charged April 18
with violation of probation.
Celissa Ann Waters, 36,
of 811 Poplar Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
18 with two counts of viola-
tion of probation.
+ Michael Ray Baber, 50,
of 2901 Abelmarle St., Unit
E2, Melbourne, was
charged April 19 with viola-
tion of probation.
Aaron Lee Canada, 27,
of 1055 Garfield St., Mel-
bourne, was charged April
19 with assault-domestic
violence.
+ Helen Adeline Naber,
42, of 241 San Paulo Circle,
West Melbourne, was
charged April 19 with viola-
tion of probation and mis-
demeanor failure to
appear.
Crystal L. Pierel, 21, of
830 Brothers Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged April
19 with grand theft auto,
driving while license sus-
pended and felony failure
to appear.
Bret Michael Rowland,
19, of 4802 Springwater
Circle, 'Melbourne, was
charged April 19 with
abuse, neglect or exploita-
tion of an aged or disabled
adult.
Marino John Teague,
31, of 544 Malabar Road,


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or e-mail brevnews@hometownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrainfrom making slanderous
statements. Statements offact will be checked for
accuracy


Teachers, firefighters deserve help

I writing in response to the "Affordable housing" rant.
This person writes that they are sick of teachers and
firefighters (who) either work for Brevard County or the
surrounding cities (and) cannot afford houses here in
county.
Well you forgot that a couple years ago the housing
market went through the roof and the salaries of the
teachers and firefighters, along with the police, did not
increase.
The average teacher and firefighter have second jobs in
order to either buy, save or afford the houses that they live
in or want to buy.
It seems to me the only time most of the public seems to
remember the teachers, firefighters and police is when
something goes wrong ... or when someone does some-
thing wrong.
So if the government has to step in and help a little, I say
thanks. We too work hard for our money; no matter how
little it may be.
So give us a break with your attitude "that no one gave
me nothing and I had to work for everything."

Priority Mail supplies are free

About one year ago, I became aware that the U.S. Priori-
ty Mail system will provide free boxes and other free items
for packing and shipping.
Please provide this information for the complainers
who do not understand what we are doing when we take
boxes and other shipping supplies from the post office.
It is no longer necessary to stand in line at the post
office for anything.
If you want further details, ask your friendly mailman,
or go to www.usps.com.

Today's youth deserve more praise

This letter is in response to the negative comments I
hear about the young people of today.
I work in a high school and experience teenagers on a
daily basis.
The majority are decent, law-abiding, caring, intelli-
gent, well-adjusted young people. Theywork toward their
goals in life, make decent grades, hold down part-time
jobs to help their parents with costs and strive to get into
college or a trade school in order to have a decent life.
Why do so many older people (say) they worry for the
future because of the young people of today?
Socrates, a man who was considered very wise several
(thousands of) years ago, once (said) he was worried
about the future because of the young people of that time.
Society is still functioning.
Unfortunately, the teenagers who get into the news, on
television and in newspapers, are the ones (who) commit
crimes, kill someone, drink and drive, etc. (I am excepting
Hometown News ,as you do have articles about the young
people who do a lot of good).
These young people are our future leaders, and I am not
afraid.
Incidentally, my age is 46. So my opinion is not based
on my age.

Brits humiliated by Iran

Since the newspapers have not dealt with the signifi-
cance of the kidnapping of 15 British sailors and Marines,
I shall attempt to do so.
First, look at Britain. It is a toothless, bankrupt tiger with
a Medieval-style of government, useless royalty and a
prime minister.
Look at the sickening antics of the younger royalty.
Tony Blair knows he is inadequate for the job, so he
hangs on Bush and asserts he is a loyal ally.
Britain has been annoying Iran with calls for them to
stop nuclear activities.
Iran has ignored them and to prove how weak Britain is,
kidnapped 15 of its best sailors and Marines.
There was not a thing the tiger could do, so after humil-
iating Britain for the world to see, the men served no fur-
ther purpose and were released as heroes.
Actions speak louder than words.


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Bring the Grammy back to BI


Please put Grammy Guru back on B1.
She's just not covered well in the A section.
She needs to back on B1.
Thank you.

Place an ad in the paper

To the family wishing to go north on Amtrak.
Here's an idea.
Place a small ad in the paper, and I'll be glad to give you
a ride to the Amtrak station and home. Please place an ad.
I'll give you a call.

Weather reporters aren't meteorologists

This is a fact.
There (are) a number of stations now calling weather
reporters meteorologists. Meteorologists take many years
of post-graduate college (classes) to get a doctorate.
It's embarrassing and unfortunate that (radio and TV
stations) call them meteorologists when they are weather
reporters.
I hope that the radio stations and TV stations get the
word.
Editor's note: Actually, according to the American Mete-
orological Society's Web site: "A meteorologist is an indi-
vidual with specialized education who uses scientific
principles to explain, understand, observe or forecast the
earth's atmospheric phenomena and/or how the atmos-
phere affects the earth and life on the planet. This special-
ized education would be a bachelor's or higher degree in
meteorology, or atmospheric science, consistent with the
requirements set forth in 'The Bachelor's Degree in Meteo-
rology or Atmospheric Science,' Bulletin American Meteo-
rological Society, 1987, Vol. 68, No. 12, p. 1570. There are
some cases where an individual has not obtained a B.S. or
higher degree in meteorology, but has met the educational
requirements set forth in the American Meteorological
Society's Interpretive Memorandum effective June 1990,
Article III, Section 4 (C), and has at least three years pro-
fessional experience in meteorology. Such an individual
also can be referred to as a meteorologist."

Winning isn't everything

I think we need an investigation (into) why (U.S. Rep.
Nancy) Pelosi and (U.S. Sen. Henry) Reid can't keep gaso-
line prices lower.
They were going to investigate the Republicans about
(that) eight months ago.
What a waste of taxpayers' money and fuel for Pelosi to
travel to Syria.
She didn't get anything. She only weakened our position
in the world.
The Democrats barely won the election, so I wish they
would stop talking about what the U.S. voter has spoken.
Their win certainly wasn't a mandate.

Ban walkie-talkies

I think that walkie-talkies should be banned.
I hate when I'm in a restaurant and have to listen to their
end of the conversation and the other end of the conver-
sation.
These people are not that important. Besides, why
would anybody put their business in the street like these
walkie-talkie people put their business in the street.


I hate them. They should be banned. I know I'm not


I hate them. They should be banned. I know I'm not
alone.

Rants to many rants

Here are some rants to many letters:
u To a writer of a few weeks past: America is not a
democracy, where "majority rules.
We are a federation.
Forget what you were taught or conditioned to believe
30 or 40 years ago in high school history class.
It just isn't true. It never was.
We elect people (who):will represent our views (we
hope) and concerns, then vote accordingly.
That is not the definition of democracy.
u To any insurance company rep or salesperson, looking
to maintain sales quotas: This is not a free market society.
You don't get to charge whatever you want.
Not when auto insurance is required by state law. Not
when banks, lending or mortgage companies require
insurance before you can own you're tiny piece of the
American dream.
To the Florida Legislature: Of course, the entire insur-
ance industry should be regulated by the state.
Every state!
It's no different than electricity, gas, cable or any other :
utility. The only difference is, all those other things are vol-
untary, to point.
Insurance is not.
It is regulated by law.
To the insurance companies: We don't work for you
and we don't work for your stockholders. We don't care
what obscene salaries you choose to pay you,re CEO or
upper echelon.
We pay our premiums and we demand that you honor
them when we have legitimate claims.
We shouldn't have to file lawsuits against you, to do
what is right or to make a claim ifwe're damaged.
My last point: Wake up Florida.
Wake up America.
Read the U.S. Constitution.
We, are the people.
We are the ones who pay taxes.
We are the ones who finance everything.
We are the ones who have paid for everything.
We are the ones in charge.
Government represents us. Everyone in government is
an employee.
Without our tax dollars, government wouldn't exist.
They don't own us. We own them. When enough people
wake up and realize that, then maybe this will be a better
country and maybe our lives will be just a little bit better.
Maybe our children will be safer.
After reading the U.S. Constitution, I urge you all to read
the Patriot Act. You might be surprised to discover that it
makes no distinction between Osama Bin Laden or you.
Read it and learn from it.
Editor's note: While the author is technically correct, the
United States is a federal constitutional republic that relies
on representative democracy as spelled out by the U.S. Con-
stitution.

Forget knocks, let's give kudos

In answer to "Knock Knock:" Goodness you surely wast-
ed a stamp on that one.
Also, shame on Rants & Raves for even printing that one
when so many more logical and pertinent letters are writ-
) See RANTS & RAVES, A7


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ten.
I'd like to comment on the excellent service at the Exxon
Mobile Gas Station and its brand new owners. I am a sen-
ior citizen, 87 years old, and these new owners help me put
gas in the tank. They even checked my tires.
Also, how about giving praise to Publix in Cocoa Beach?
These brave associates work so hard and keep the store
stocked and clean, and they smile. They also have excel-
lent management.
I also get excellent customer service at the front desk.
Haven't won the Lotto yet, but I get excellent service (at
the) deli, meat, bakery, produce and don't overlook the
grocery department.
How about Rose, the store's food demonstrator? She is
an excellent staff member and she cooks good.
While I'm at it, my doggie groomer (C.B. Doggie Care)
did an excellent job on my three Yorkies.

Keep Bush in office
Clinton.
Obama.
Edwards.
McCain.
Giuliani.
Five reasons why we need to amend the Constitution so
President George W (Bush) can remain in office beyond
2008.

Don't try to label Republicans
I am outraged at the Rants & Rave comment about the
Republican Party going from conservative to hard right is
the most outrageous statement I've seen in a long time.
I'm considered "hard right" because of my morals, val-
ues, and religious beliefs?
Shame on you for trying to categorize everyone into two
extreme categories, "hard right" or "far left."
The Republican Party platform more closely represents
my morals, values, and religious beliefs than the Democ-
ratic Party, and I've been a Republican for more than 40
years.
I believe in protecting our freedom and the rights of
every American citizen.
I believe in protecting our borders from illegal aliens and
would-be terrorists. I believe records should be kept on
the percentage of crimes including murder committed by
these illegal aliens.
I believe in capitol punishment when the crime war-
rants it; however, I believe abortion is taking an innocent
life.
I believe in protecting our children from predators and
keeping sexual predators locked up as long as they are a
threat. There is absolutely no excuse when a child is mur-
dered by a sexual predator with prior records of sexual
crimes against children.
I believe we should establish once and for all that Eng-
lish is our official language. Just think how much tax


money we would save without having every government
agency both state and local provide services to people in
Spanish.
I don't believe the illegal aliens take jobs Americans don't
want. I think many Americans would be happy to have
these jobs. I believe we should hold the business owners
accountable for hiring illegal aliens which is against the
law.
I don't believe the terrorists we are holding have the
same rights as American citizens.
I do not believe my morals, values, and religious beliefs
identified above make me "hard right" or any other label.
I'm just an American citizen and a Christian who loves my
country and I don't try to persuade anyone to my way of
thinking, nor am I persuaded by yours.

Derogatory words not as bad as lying
It seems everyone can get upset about a few derogatory
words, but when politicians lie about the war or hide their
agenda, people give them a free pass.
There are certainly more important problems in the
country than a few hurt feelings.

Man who was stopped should call sheriff
Regarding the letter from "Unfair Stop," this gentleman
needs to contact Sheriff Parker (if it happened in Brevard
County) and request a meeting with him.
The gentleman has a ticket, so the sheriff (who) stopped
him has his badge number on the ticket. If all of his state-
ments are true, Sheriff Parker will listen!

Don't jump the recipes
I just want to call again and (ask who) is publishing the
"Romancing the Stove" and putting recipes on three differ-
ent pages. It has got to be some guy. Has any man ever
tried to cut a recipe out that he wants to keep (when) half
of it is on the back of it?
It makes me so mad to see this.
Editor's note: All Grammy Guru recipes are available to
be printed atwww.HometownNewsOL.com.

Make reps accountable for tax money
All readers are urged to contact their federal, state and
local reps to ask a simple question, "Where is all the tax
money (that's been) collected?"
You can find their numbers in the phone book.
My guess is much (of the tax money) is wasted on stupid
programs, grants, ridiculous civil service salaries, benefits
and pensions for government employees.
Just take a few minutes to review your monthly phone,
utility and any other bills with invisible taxes. Then add up
the yearly total for all these hidden fees, such as franchise
fees, FCC, hurricane charges ... no doubt you will be
enraged.
And that's not to mention the gasoline taxes we are all
paying, which are never posted at the pump.
Add this amount to your income tax, property tax and
other sales taxes you have paid.
It is a real eye-opener.


So call or write and tell (the elected representatives) that
all of you are mad and to stop wasting taxpayer money.
No wonder the middle class feels squeezed and forgot-
ten.

Good service provides great tips
To the person who originally wrote the rant on paying
servers the minimum wage:
I am a local restaurant owner, and as of Jan. 1, 2007, all
servers received another raise in minimum wage from
$3.23 an hour to $3.65 an hour (according to the Florida
Restaurant and Lodging Association). Before that, every
time the hourly minimum wage has been raised, so has a
server's minimum wage.
I can remember when I first got into the industry.
Servers received $2.13 an hour. After that, when minimum
wage went to $5.25 an hour, servers pay went to $2.65.
And as for service improving if servers receive a raise,
you again are absolutely wrong.
Every time servers receive a minimum wage increase,
they are instantly making more money per shift. If you
make more money for doing nothing extra, you lose the
focus of your job -SERVICE!
With the server minimum wage where it is at now,
restaurant owners are stretching payrolls even thinner.
Servers realize that $3.65 an hour is not much money,
but they also realize that if they provide the best service
possible, they can make a lot of money in tips.
General dining guides tell you that good service usually
gets about a 15 percent tip. Great service receives 20 per-
cent or more. With poor service getting 10 percent or
lower.
If all restaurants were told by the government that we
had to pay servers the same as a cook, your price of dining
out would double, at least.
How are you going to tell a dishwasher that he gets paid
the same as a server who also receives between $50 and
$200 or more a night in tips, when the dishwasher is soak-
ing wet and covered in food scraps?
I personally know of young individuals who are between
the ages of 18 and 25, and they make between $40,000 and
$60,000 a year serving. That is because they provide supe-
rior service to their customers.
As many other people can see, it is not the servers who
complain about their minimum pay, but it is the patrons
of restaurants who have to tip them.

Limber theory proposed regarding theft
This letter is in response to the recent news story about a
"botched robbery" (that) might prompt reflection when
thinking about taking something that doesn't belong to
you.
As reported, one of the guys could not get away after (the
theft) because his (prosthetic leg) fell off (and) he was
found lying next to his vehicle.
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scheduled May 3
A workshop is planned
on integrated pest man-
agement and weed con-
trol.
The workshop will be
8:30-10:30 a.m. Thursday,
May 3, at the Cocoa Exten-
sion Office, 3695 Lake
Drive.
Cost is $10.
This is part of a series of
commercial horticulture
classes designed for the
landscape or nursery pro-
fessional.
For information, call
Linda Seals at (321) 952-
4536.
Sponsors are the Brevard
County Agriculture and
Extension Service and the
University of Florida Insti-
tute of Food and Agricul-
ture Sciences.

Local technician
wins Mazda honor

Mazda North American
Operations recently hon-
ored Mark Wilhelm of
Boniface-Hiers Mazda as
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Calif.
Mr. Wilhelm lives in Mel-
bourne with his wife and
two children.
He has worked as a
Mazda master technician
for 30 years.

Realtors win
scholarships

Every year, the Mel-
bourne Area Association of
Realtors awards one CRS
and four GRI scholarships
to its member Realtors.
These scholarships pro-
vide Realtors an opportu-
nity to gain a prestigious
designation in the real
estate field at no cost to
them.
Prudential Sterling Prop-
erties, a local company
that has been in Brevard
County since 1982,
announces that two of its
own associates have won
two of the five awards for
the second consecutive
year.
Cheryl A. Wright, broker
associate, was the sole
winner of the CRS Scholar-
ship and loanna Hawkins,
Realtor associate, was a
recipient of the GRI Schol-
arship.
Realtors were required to
submit an application and
detailed essay to be
reviewed MAAR. The win-
ners for 2007 were selected


from a pool of 25 Realtors.

Mercedes Homes
joins safe homes
initiative

Mercedes Homes is par-
ticipating as the home
builder on the advisory
board of the My Safe Flori-
da Home initiative.
The $250 million mitiga-
tion program is designed
to help Floridians
strengthen their homes
against hurricanes and to
reduce property losses.
The program kicked of in
August.
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eligible residents can apply
for a free home inspection
and professional recom-
mendations on how to
improve their homes' abil-
ity to withstand a hurri-
cane.
After the inspection, a
homeowner will receive a
report within seven to 10
days, outlining up to seven
areas that could be
improved.
To be eligible for a free
home inspection, resi-
dents must live in a single-
family, site-built home
with an insured value of
$500,000 or less, and have
a valid homestead exemp-
tion.
Homeowners who
undergo an inspection
may qualify for matching


grants of up to $5,000 to
fortify their homes.
For information, visit
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Wuesthoff offers
new sinus treatment

A new, minimally inva-
sive technology for treat-
ing chronic sinus inflam-
mation is now available at
Wuesthoff Medical Center,
Rockledge.
The Balloon Sinuplasty
system uses a small
catheter and balloon to
quickly open and expand
blocked sinuses.
Sinusitis is one of the
most common chronic
health problems in the
United States, afflicting 37
million Americans with
headaches, congestion
and fatigue each year.
Until recently, sinusitis
patients were limited to
two treatment options:
Medical therapy such as
antibiotics and topical
nasal steroids, or conven-
tional sinus surgery, such
as Functional Endoscopic
Sinus Surgery.
To learn more about the
new procedure, contact
Lisa Crites at (321) 636-
2211, Ext. 1505, or visit
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Officials with the Cocoa Beach
Area Chamber of Commerce and
Cocoa Expo Sports Center soon
might be singing, "There's a party
going on right here."
That's because the Kansas City
BBQ cook-off, live music, bull rid-
ing and other activities at the 24th
annual SpringFest May 3-6 will be
based at the roomier center
instead of Viera's Space Coast Sta-
dium.
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enjoy viewing the marketplace
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area outside so we can have larger


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SpringFest is the chamber's
largest fundraiser and is attended
by about 40,000 people each year.
The event, formerly known as
SeaFest, took place annually at
Port Canaveral from 1983 to 2006,
when it was renamed SpringFest
and moved to the stadium.
Increased security concerns and
the need of festival space for port
cargo operations prompted the
change to the Viera location.
Besides having the larger venue
in Cocoa, this year's SpringFest will
last four days, compared to previ-
ous festivals that ran about two
and a half days.
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p.m. Thursday, May 3; 5 p.m. to
midnight Friday, May 4; 11 a.m. to


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a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday, May 6.
Country music's Andy Griggs will
sing at 7 p.m. Friday, and Jim Van
Fleet and The Reign will perform at
9 p.m. Saturday.
Admission is $10 a person Thurs-
day and Sunday, and $12 a person
Friday and Saturday.
All admission prices include
scheduled entertainment and
unlimited rides. Parking is $5 per
vehicle.
The Cocoa Expo Sports Center is
at 500 Friday Road, half a mile west
of Interstate 95 on State Road 520.
For information, call the Cocoa
Beach Area Chamber of Commerce
at (321) 459-2200 or visit
www.SpringFest-SpaceCoast.com.
Contact Tony udnich at (321) 751-
5954 or judnich@hometownnew-
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

What: The 24th annual
SpringFest, formerly
SeaFest.
+ When: Thursday to
Sunday, May 3-6.
* Where: Expo Sports
Center, 500 Friday Road,
half a mile west of Inter-
state 95 on State Road 520.
+ Cook-off: Second
Annual Kansas City Barbe-
cue Cook-off Competition
(a KCBS sanctioned event).
To participate, contact Gail
Lamirata, events coordina-
tor at the chamber, at (321)
459-2200 or e-mail
springfest@cocoabeachcha


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mbercom.
+ Features: SpringFest
Marketplace, craft market,
traditional fair, midway
rides and games, bull rid-
ing and entertainment.
+ Information: (321)
459-2200 or visit
www. SpringFestSpace-
Coast.com.
+ Admission: Thursday
and Sunday $10 a per-
son, includes daily enter-
tainment and unlimited
rides. Friday $12 a per-
son ($18 for VIP ticket);
includes Andy Griggs con-
cert at 9 p.m.and unlimited
rides. Saturday $12 a
person, includes Space


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Coast Bull Riding Bash at 7
p.m. and Jim Van Fleet &
The Reign country music
concert at 9 p.m., and
unlimited rides.
Discounts: Save $1 off
advance tickets. Available
at Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce,
400 Fortenberry Road,
Merritt Island.
* Parking: $5 a vehicle.
* Benefits: Supports
chamber's many pro-
grams, services and activi-
ties that promote business
and tourism in Brevard
County.
* Host: Cocoa Beach
Chamber of Commerce
and the Cocoa Expo Sports
Center.
+ Major sponsors: Bright
House Networks, LCC and
Hometown News.


Other sponsors: Keep
Brevard Beautiful Inc.,
Clear Channel Outdoor
Inc., Ryan's Portside Bar &
Grill, Clay Owens Carpen-
try Inc., Florida Lottery,
Mango Bottling Inc., Mis-
san of Melbourne, Papa
John's Pizza of Cocoa, Ron
Jon Surf Shop of Florida
Inc., Auman Photo Studio
and M&B Golf Carts.

Performance Schedule

THURSDAY, MAY 3
Student Night
* General hours: 5-11
p.m.
* Jon Parrott: 6-7 p.m.,
Beer Garden Stage.

FRIDAY, MAY 4

* General hours: 5 p.m.


to midnight.
+ Goldminers: 7-8:30
p.m., Stadium Stage.
+ The Groves: 7-8:30
p.m., Beer Garden Stage.
* Andy Griggs: 9-10:30
p.m., Stadium Stage. Free.
* Pinch: 9-10:30 p.m.
and 10:45 p.m. to mid-
night, Beer Garden Stage.

SATURDAY, MAY 5
Cinco de Mayo

* General hours: 11 a.m.
to midnight.
+ Dead Sexy: 12:30-2:30
p.m., Beer Garden Stage.
+ Chosen Youth: 1-1:45
p.m., 3:15 -4 p.m., 6-6:45
p.m. and 8:30-9:15 p.m.,
Kid Tent Stage.
+ Jon Parrott: 3-5 p.m.,
Beer Garden Stage.
* Space Coast Bull Rid-


ing Bash: 7-8:30 p.m., Sta-
dium Stage. Free.
* The Groves: 7-8:30
pm., Beer Garden Stage.
* Jim VanFleet & The
Reign: 9-10:30 p.m., Stadi-
um Stage. Free.
* Wilcore Band: 9-10:30
p.m. and 10:45 p.m. to
midnight, Beer Garden
Stage.

SUNDAY, MAY 6

* General hours: 11 a.m.
to 10 p.m.
+ Jon Parrott: 3-5 p.m.,
Beer Garden Stage.
* Chosen Youth: 3:15-4
p.m., 5:30-6:15 p.m and
7:45-8:30 p.m., Kid Tent
Stage.
* The Immersed Band:
5:30-6:30 p.m., Beer Gar-
den Stage.

Jim VanFleet & The Reign
will perform from 9-10:30
p.m. Saturday, May 5, at
the Stadium Stage. The
performance is free with
admission. The group won
the 2005 Central Florida
Country Battle of the
Bands competition. Since
then, they've opened for
Gretchen Wilson, Hank
Williams Jr., Dwight
Yoakam and others.


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Students honored
for essays on U.S.
Constitution

An awards banquet for
the annual "Essays on the
American Constitution"
essays by high school stu-
dents is scheduled at 6:30
p.m. Friday, April 27, at
Imperial's Hotel and Con-
vention Center, 8298 N.
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne.
Rebecca O'Dell
Townsend will be the
keynote speaker. She is an
attorney on traditional
constitutional integrity.
The contest is conducted
annually by the Brevard
County Chapter of Citi-
zens for Constitutional
Property Rights.
For information and
reservations, call (321)


453-6145 or (321)
4729.


Sign up for
barbecue
competition

There are still spaces
available for the Kansas
City BBQ Cook-off Compe-
tition, which is planned
May 4-5 during
SpringFest 2007 at the
Expo Sports Center, 500
Friday Road, half a mile
west of Interstate 95 on
State Road 520.
Competitors will arrive
and start cooking on May
4, with the judging begin-
ning at noon May 5. The
award ceremony will be
on the afternoon of May
5.
Judging will be in four
categories: Poultry


(chicken only), pork, beef
brisket and pork ribs
(spare or loin).
There is a minimum of .'
$5,000 in cash and prizes. i,
To participate, call the ^
Cocoa Beach Area Cham-
ber at (321) 459-2200.

Conference planned
for 'Vibrant Women'
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A Vibrant Women's Con-
ference is planned May 4-5
at Crowne Plaza Ocean-
front, Indialantic.
The event is presented by
Winning Women USA, a
performance development
company founded in 1997
by Kelly Palace.
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volunteers. To participate,
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Students receive drama award nominations


BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer

Dressed in their best,
Brevard County students
are headed for the red car-
pet at the East Central
Florida "Cappies" awards
ceremony.
Throughout the past
year, student critics have
attended plays at local
high schools, scored each
in a variety of categories
and written reviews for
publication in the Home-
town News.
This work culminates at
the 2007 Cappies award
gala.
The event will be at 7'
p.m. Friday, May 4, at Mer-
ritt Island High School, 100
East Mustang Way, Merritt
Island.
"It's like the Oscars or the
Tonys," said East Coast
Cappies director Kevin
Buck. "It's a fun and formal
event where the students
can dress up to support
their schools."
The event is open to the
public. Tickets can be pur-
chased at the event for $25.
For more information,
visit the Cappies Web site at
www.cappies.com/ecf/.

2007 Cappies Nominees
Best Sound
Jesse Doucette, Merritt
Island High School, "Shakespeare
Abridged"
Jennifer Flaherty, Palm Bay
High School, "Scapino"
+ Ben Quiles and Michael
Lee, Eau Gallie High School,
"Damn Yankees"


Roland Quattlebaum, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mys-
tery of Edwin Drood"
Laurie Tweed, Merritt Island
High School, "Into The Woods"
Best Lighting
+ John Cloutier, Palm Bay
High School, "Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Alex Graves, Eau Gallie High
School, "Damn Yankees"
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High School, "Into the Wood"s
Andrea Jonasse', Cocoa
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in State"
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Can't Take it With You"
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Jr. / Sr. High School, "The Skin of
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Dylan Wassell, Saint
Edward's School, "The Man Who
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Best Costumes
Rachel Dick, Palm Bay High
School, "Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Ember Everett, Edgewood
Jr. / Sr. High School, "Jekyll and
Hyde"
Monica Rodriguez, Mel-
bourne High School, "You Can't
Take it With You"
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School, "Joseph and the Amazing
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Williams, Merritt Island High
School, "Into The Woods"
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Best Props & Effects
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Edgewood Jr. / Sr. High School,
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Best Stage Crew
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High School, "Working"
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Cassie Murano, Merritt
Island High School, "Into The
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Best Orchestra
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Orchestra, "Into The Woods"
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Dreamcoat"

Edgewood Harlequins
Orchestra, Edgewood Jr. / Sr.
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Orchestra, Eau Gallie High
School, "Damn Yankees"
Best Choreography
+ Greg Bennett, Andrew
Crouch, Adrian Farnham, Merritt
Island High School, "Shakespeare
Abridged"
Caroline Fjeldheim, Coral
Smith, Angie Spiva, James
Spiva, Edgewood Jr. / Sr. High
School, "Jekyll and Hyde"
Cindy Helen, Palm Bay High
School, "Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Cindy Helen, Palm Bay High
School, "Scapino"
Elizabeth Zombo, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mys-
tery of Edwin Drood"
Best Creativity
Jacob Cook Astronaut H;gh
School. 'Dogsbrearh Devereaux
Ihe Dasiardly Docior
Sarah Nagy Space Coast
High School, "Godspell"


Casey Noble, Edgewood Jr. /
Sr. High School, "Amphibious
Spangulatos"
+ Willow Sablick, Heather
Smith, Morgan Vosbikian, Saint
Edward's School, "The Man Who
Came To Dinner"
Best Ensemble in a Play
The Briefcase, Cocoa High
School, "All I Need to Know I
Learned in Kindergarten"
Antrobus Family, West
Shore Jr. / Sr. High School, "The
Skin of our Teeth"
Show Girls, Astronaut High
School, "Dogsbreath Devereaux
the Dastardly Doctor"
The Hollanders, Cocoa High
School, "Don't Drink The Water"
The Policemen, Edgewood
Jr. / Sr. High School, "Amphibious
Spangulatos"
Best Ensemble in a Musical
The Brothers, Palm Bay High
School, "Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Millworkers, Astronaut High
School, "Working"
+ The Ball Players, Eau Gallie
High School, "Damn Yankees"
Princes, Merritt Island High
School, "Into The Woods"
The Townspeople, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mys-
tery of Edwin Drood"
Best Cameo Actress
Megan Edwards, Astronaut
High School, "Working"
Katherine Ladt, Saint
Edward's School, "The Man Who
Came To Dinner"
Jacci Lufkin, Melbourne
High School, "You Can't Take it
With You"
Ashley Sharpe, Astronaut
High School, "Dogsbreath Dev-
ereaux the Dastardly Doctor"
Stephanie Snowdon, Saint
Edward's Scho6l, "Bye Bye Birdie"
Best Cameo Actor
+ Nate Garland, Edgewood Jr. /
Sr. High, "Jekyll and Hyde"
+ Chris Kiley, West Shore Jr. /
Sr. High School, "The Skin of our
Teeth"
Lawrence Mazza, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mys-
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Allen Niles, Cocoa Beach Jr.
/ Sr.,High School, "Lying in State"
Joseph Piscione, Palm Bay
High School, "Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Best Female Dancer
Jenna Cummings, Eau Gal-
lie High School, "Damn Yankees"
Rachel Dresner, West Shore
Jr./Sr. High School, "The King and
I"
Cindy Heen, Palm Bay High
School, "Joseph and the Amazing
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Anthony Grayson, Space
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Adam Jefferson, Palm Bay
High School, "Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Female Vocalist
+ Carlia Butto, Merritt Island
High School, "Into The Woods"
Christine Freese, Edgewood
Jr./ Sr. High, "Jekyll and Hyde"
Olivia Murphy, West Shore
Jr./ Sr. High School, "The King and
I"
Chelsea Sprouse, Palm Bay
High School, "Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
+ Monica Titus, Cocoa Beach
Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mystery of
Edwin Drood"
Best Male Vocalist
+ Al Carroll, Astronaut High
School, "Working"
Gabe Irizzary, Palm Bay
High School, "Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Giovanni Penagos, Vero
Beach High School, "Cinderella"
Robert Pomichter, Eau Gal-
lie High School, "Damn Yankees"
Jacob Vine, West Shore Jr. /
Sr. High School, "The King and I"
Best Comic Actress in a Play
Sara Hagen, Edgewood Jr. /
Sr. High, "Amphibious Spangu-
latos"
Colby Levin, Cocoa Beach
Jr. / Sr. High School, "Lying in
State"
Emily Packard, Saint
Edward's School, "The Man Who
Came To Dinner"
Meghan Simon, Melbourne
High School, "You Can't Take it
With You"
Christine Todd, Vero Beach
High School, "Rumors"
Best Comic Actor in a Play
Greg Bennett, Merritt Island
High School, "Shakespeare
Abridged"
Jamie Jones, Vero Beach
High School, "Rumors"
Jay May, Melbourne High
School, "You Can't Take it With
You"
Mike Norton, Space Coast
High School, "Laramie Project"
Joseph Piscione, Palm Bay
High School, "Scapino"
Comic Actress in a Musical
Whitney Bahr, Astronaut
High School, "Working"
Jackie Bensen, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, Mys-
tery of Edwin Drood
Callie Hughes, Saint
Edward's School, "Bye Bye Birdie"
Monica Rodriguez, Mel-
bourne High School, "Footloose"
Tori Terhune, Merritt Island
High School, "Into The Woods"
Best Comic Actor in a Musical
Greg Coleman, Astronaut
High School, "Working"
Branden Colon, Merritt
Island High School, "Into The
Woods"
Daniel Fineberg, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mys-
tery of Edwin Drood"
Ricky Santos, Palm Bay
High School, "Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Best Featured Actress in a
Play
Lauren Buckner, Cocoa
High School, "Don't Drink The
Water"
Jensen Pulling, Saint
Edward's School, "The Man Who
Came To Dinner"
Alex Short, Melbourne High
School, "You Can't Take it With
You"
Angelina Todd, Palm Bay
High School, "Scapino",
Hallie Wage, Cocoa Beach
Jr. / Sr. High School, "Lying in
State"


Best Featured Actor in a Play
Travis Burnett, Cocoa High
School, "All I Need to Know I
Learned in Kindergarten"
Lowen Grusek, West Shore
Jr. / Sr. High School, "The Skin of
Our Teeth"
Drew Haile, Space. Coast
High School, Laramie Project
Giovanni Penagos, Vero
Beach High School, "Rumors"
James Spiva, Edgewood Jr. /
Sr. High School, "Amphibious
Spangulatos"
Best Featured Actress in a
Musical
Toni Bonaccorso, Astronaut
High School, "Working"
Brianna Cellini, Viera High
School, "High School Musical"
Emily Kraft, Merritt Island
High School, "Into The Woods"
Colby Levin, Cocoa Beach
Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mystery of
Edwin Drood"
Kate Rowan, Saint Edward's
School, "Bye Bye Birdie"
Best Featured Actor in a
Musical
Chad Berney, Merritt Island
High School, "Into The Woods"
TJ Cravens, Melbourne High
School, "Footloose"
Josiah Lipscomb, Astronaut
High School, "Working"
Casey Noble, Edgewood Jr./
Sr. High School, "Jekyll and Hyde"
Devin Wiebelt, Eau Gallie
High School, "Damn Yankees"
Best Lead Actress in a Play
Rachel Cooke, Space Coast
High School, "Laramie Project"
Vivian Elena Perez, Astro-
naut High School, "Dogsbreath
Devereaux the Dastardly Doctor"
Alyssia Sheikh, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, "Lying
in State"
Rachel Williams, Edgewood
Jr. / Sr. High School, "Amphibious
Spangulatos"
Brooke Willis, Saint
Edward's School, "The Man Who
Came To Dinner"
Best Lead Actor in a Play
Ezekiel Coggeshall, West
Shore Jr. / Sr. High School, "The
Skin of our Teeth"
Greg Coleman, Astronaut
High School, "Dogsbreath Dev-
ereaux the Dastardly Doctor"
Jeff Neubauer, Saint
Edward's School, "The Man Who
Came To Dinner"
Ryan Patterson, Space
Coast High School, "Laramie Pro-
ject"
James Singleton, Palm Bay
High School, "Scapino"
Best Lead Actress in a Musi-
cal
Caroline Fjeldheim, Edge-
wood Jr. / Sr. High School, "Jekyll
and Hyde"
Lindsey Marks, Eau Gallie
High School, "Damn Yankees"
Emily Scalera, West Shore
Jr./ Sr. High School, 'The King and
I"
Hallie Wage, Cocoa Beach
Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mystery of
Edwin Drood"
Sarah Winter, Merritt Island
High School, "Into The Woods"
Best Lead Actor in a Musical
Greg Bennett, Merritt Island
High School, "Into The Woods"
Ezekiel Coggeshall, West
Shore Jr. / Sr. High School, 'The
King and I"
Alec Fisher, Astronaut "High
School, Working"
David Morales, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mys-
tery of Edwin Drood"
James Spiva, Edgewood Jr./
Sr. High School, "Jekyll and Hyde"
Best Song
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Green, Nobil Al-Hameli
and Emad Al-Tawakwy at
the Palm Bay Shopping
Center, and killed Officer
Grogan, Officer Johnson
and resident Lester Wat-
son at the Sabal Palm
Shopping Center.
The victims were
remembered last Monday
at Sacrifice Park, next to
the Palm Bay Police
Department, by more than
100 people, including
Palm Bay resident Robin
(Brown) Mucha.
Mrs. Mucha was the
woman Mr. Cruse took
hostage for about seven
hours. She was an employ-
ee of the Winn-Dixie
Supermarket in the Sabal
Palm plaza.
Officer Grogan, who was
the first to respond to the
plaza, was killed by Mr.
Cruse before he could get
out of his patrol car.
Officer Johnson, the sec-
ond to respond, ended up
in a shootout with Mr.
Cruse. Officer Johnson ran
out of ammunition and
was shot in the ankle
before he was shot point-
blank by Mr. Cruse.
Mr. Cruse then fled into
the supermarket, where he
took Mrs. Mucha hostage.
Inside the store, she spoke
extensively with Mr. Cruse,
attempting to relate to him
by using her own life expe-
riences.
She ultimately con-
vinced Mr. Cruse to let her
go.
Capt. Dechenne, the lead
hostage negotiator during
the incident, cried at last
Monday's ceremony while
calling Mrs. Mucha a hero.
"She helped us bring this
to closure," Capt.
Dechenne said.
But Mrs. Mucha said she
is not a hero.
"The people that had
their lives taken and. got
others out of there were
the heroes," she said after
the ceremony. "I did what
any other human being
would do."
She began crying.
"I'm here today to sup-
port the officers and say
thanks," she said.
After the ceremony, Offi-
cer Johnson's brother said
the officer enjoyed helping


people.
"That's just the way he
was," Michael Johnson
said. "If he ever had to do
it again, he would do it
again."
Michael Johnson, an offi-
cer with the state Depart-
ment of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, said
he thinks about the loss of
his brother every day.

Painful memories

Painful recollections of
the Palm Bay shootings
were renewed when news
came of the April 16 shoot-
ings at Virginia Tech.
"It brought back memo-
ries," Mrs. Mucha said. "It
was bizarre how it was just
one week before the 20th
anniversary."
The Virginia Tech shoot-
ings "brought back a lot of
memories of what'the
people of Palm Bay went
through," Mr. Johnson
agreed. "You never forget."
A few days before the
ceremony, Capt.
Dechenne talked about
how some initial news
reports of the Palm Bay
shootings listed too high a
number of people who
were killed.
"When I heard about the
shootings at Virginia Tech,
first I heard 22 people had
been shot, then 33," he
said. "I was hoping the
numbers were erroneous,
as ours were. I was hoping
Virginia Tech's losses
weren't as high as those
being reported.
"My second thought
was, 'Here we are just a
week from our 20th
anniversary and we can
only hope and pray Vir-
ginia Tech families can
heal as I hope we have.' "
Capt. Dechenne said the
Palm Bay tragedy was
unusual in some aspects.
"We had the mass mur-
der of four citizens and the
loss of two police officers,
and also a hostage taking
that lasted almost seven
hours," he said. "What
makes (the tragedy)
unusual is we had the
shooter come out alive.
He was prosecuted and
until today he sits on
death row. I can't think of


another mass murder-
hostage-taking where the
shooter comes out alive."
Capt. Duchenne said Mr.
Cruse has not been ruled
mentally competent to be
put to death.
"I wish justice was served
and his sentence was car-
ried out," Capt. Dechenne
said. "I'm not a proponent
of the death penalty, but
there are certain people in
prison who don't deserve
to live life in prison, and I
believe Mr. Cruse is one of
them."
At his trial, Mr. Cruse pled
not guilty by reason of
insanity. He claimed to suf-
fer from delusions that
people were talking about
him, trying to test his sexu-
ality and attempting to
turn him into a homosexu-
al, according to the state
Commission on Capital
Cases.

Security measures

Following the Virginia
Tech shootings, officials at
local colleges and hospi-
tals are re-evaluating their
security and safety poli-
cies.
"Since the robbery and
murder of security officer
Royce McCain in May
2004, Florida Tech has
been constantly evaluat-
ing its security and com-
munications practices and
will continue to do so,"
Florida Institute of Tech-
nology spokesman JayWil-
son said.
He said security
improvements included
the hiring of more security
officers, changing patrols,
adding bicycle patrols and
installing outdoor surveil-
lance cameras on campus.
Florida Tech also has an
e-mail blast system, allow-
ing the university to send
messages to anyone with a
Florida Tech e-mail
account.
"We have a method
through residence life that
enables resident assistants
to go door-to-door in resi-
dence halls," Mr. Wilson
said. "We are exploring a
method which would text
message registered faculty
and staff cell phones."
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Cappies
From page A14


Bay High School, "Joseph and
the Amazing Technicolor Dream-
coat"
+ ActTwo Finale, Merritt Island
High School, "Into The Woods"
The Game, Eau Gallie High
School, "Damn Yankees"
Bring on the Men, Edge-
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and Hyde"
Off to the Races, Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School, "Mys-
tery of Edwin Drood"
Best Play
"Shakespeare Abridged'"
Merritt Island High School
"Rumors', Vero Beach High
School
"Scapino." Palm Bay High
School
"Amphibious,"
Spangulatos, Edgewood Jr. / Sr.
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"Lying in State," Cocoa
Beach Jr. / Sr. High School
Best Musical
"Mystery of Edwin Drood,"
Cocoa Beach Jr./ Sr. High School
"Jekyll and Hyde," Edge-
wood Jr. / Sr. High School
"The King and I," West
Shore Jr./ Sr. High School
"Into The Woods," Merritt
Island High School
"DamnYankees;' Eau Gallie
High School
Best Female Critic
Christine Chaney, Palm Bay
High School
Olivia Murphy, West Shore
Jr./ Sr. High School
Stephanie Newby, Mel-
bourne High School
+ Christine Todd, Vero Beach
High School
Hallie Wage, Cocoa Beach
Jr./ Sr. High School
Best Male Critic
+ Alec Fisher, Astronaut High
School
Ryan Julian, Cocoa Beach
Jr./Sr. HighSchool
Jason Lee, Eau Gallie High
School
Casey Noble, Edgewood Jr./
Sr. High School
Robert Pomichter, Eau Gal-
lie High School


Best Critics Team
Cocoa Beach Jr. / Sr. High
School
+ Eau Gallie High School


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College, vice president for
Advancement and Public
Affairs Jim Ross said the
school is "looking at meas-
ures to make the college
even safer."
"Everything is on the
table, and we're getting a lot
of input from college offi-
cials," Mr. Ross said in an e-
mail.
The staff at Health First
has a comprehensive safety
and security program that
encompasses all hospital
campuses and other Health
First facilities, said Jim
Kendig, Health First vice
president of Safety and
Security Administration.
The facilities are linked
with local law enforcement
agencies and emergency
medical services, which
would alert the hospitals
events involving mass


casualties and injuries.
"Our clinical associates are
trained to support serious
trauma patients as the coun-
ty's only trauma center," Mr.
Kendig said. "They use a
multitude of communica-
tion methods to notify our
associates, ensuring that
appropriate staff is on hand
to accommodate all medical
and support needs."
He said Health First pro-
vides ongoing training to its
employees related to work-
place and community vio-
lence prevention, as well as
treatment.
If a mass causality situa-
tion such as the one at Vir-
ginia Tech were to occur
locally, Wuesthoff Health
System's staff would imme-
diately implement its crisis
disaster plan, said Jennifer
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Staff writers Gretchen
Sauerman and Tammy
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report.

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argued in this
column for a consis-
tent pro-life ethic.
I challenged those who


consider themselves to be
"pro-life" to be consistent-
ly so as it relates to
capital punishment, war
and a number of other


issues in the same way
that they claim to stand for
life on the abortion issue.
Shortly after that, there
was a letter in the "Rants
and Raves" of this paper
challenging much of what
was written in my column.
While I certainly don't
want to make this a
personal vendetta, I would
like to respond to some of
the writer's challenges
because I believe the
writer represents many
who have similar struggles
with a consistent pro-life
Christianity.
I will try to deal with
some of those issues in
this column.
One argument from
those who tend to be anti-
abortion and pro-capital
punishment is that the
quality of lives we are
talking about is very
different. In other words,
some say that being pro-
life on the abortion issue
protects young, innocent
children.
Capital punishment and
war, on the other hand, are
more justifiable in that
there is a "reasonable
purpose" for taking a life.
In fact, the same objec-


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NATHAN STEURY
Religion columnist

tive for capital punish-
ment and war from this
perspective is "terminating
murderers from taking
more innocent lives."
(from the letter in Rants &
Raves)
While I would agree that
compassion for the
unborn is much "easier"
than having compassion
for murderers and ene-
mies, I don't believe that
there is a Christian justifi-
cation for valuing one life
more than another.
While some would quote
from Genesis 9:6, "Whoev-
er sheds the blood of man,
by man shall his blood be


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shed...", the appeal in
doing so is to an Old
Testament ethic.
The "LexTalionis" "an
eye for an eye" the Old
Testament appeal related
to Genesis 9: 6 was actually
a movement toward more
rational retribution than
that which existed at the
time.
Prior to the "new" law, if
you took out my eye, I
could kill you. Of course,
then you could kill my
entire family, then I could
kill your entire clan and on
and on until we have the
type of situation that we
see in the parts of the
world today where "ethnic
cleansing" is justified
because "they started it."
The eye-for-an-eye law
was intended to limit
retribution to no greater
than the crime. Following
that logic, a life for a life is
consistent.
But, thank God, Jesus
gave us a higher standard.
Jesus realized that "an
eye for an eye" will leave
the whole world blind.
Jesus gave us a God-
sized challenge in Luke
6:27, which says, "But I tell
you who hear me: Love
your enemies, do good to
those who hate you..."
I don't see any fine print
here.
This would seem to be
true even of enemies with
whom we would rather go
to war.
Yet we seem to separate
a "personal ethic" from a
"governmental ethic."
That may be fine for
individuals, we say, but the
role of the government is
justice. Romans 13:1 says


"The authorities that exist
have been established by
God."
That was probably
written when an evil
emperor was on the
throne in Rome.
Yes, government is
established by God for
justice, but justice has
been redefined by Christ
in light of grace and love.
Justice is not putting our
enemies to death, but
rather seeing in them the
image of God and helping
them become our friend.
I'm not saying we should
let all crimes go unpun-
ished and just "be nice" to
criminals and they will all
turn their lives around.
But I'm afraid our whole
approach in our "justice
system" has become
punitive rather than
rehabilitative. In other
words, we throw them in
jail to punish them for the
crime because that's the
easy thing to do or
because we believe they
will never change, neither
of which seems consistent
with Jesus' teaching.
Jesus seems to be calling
for a higher, harder
standard. The gospel
(good news) means that
no one is beyond hope.
That is the message of
resurrection out of death
God brings life. So who are
we to say that we have the
right to take it, because,
after all, they took some-
one's or they are our
enemy?
This last week a young
man murdered 32 college
students.

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National Day of
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A National Day of Prayer
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Association of Churches.
There will be prayer,
proclamations and music.

Church women
celebrate
Friendship Day

The South Brevard Unit
of Church Women United
will celebrate May Friend-
ship Day, May 4, with an
event at the Macedonia
Baptist Church, 2729 Lip-
scomb St., Melbourne.
Christian women of all
denominations are invited
to attend.
The theme is "Friends
Under God's Wings."
Registration is at 9:30
a.m., with the program
beginning at 10 a.m.
Lunch will be at 11:15
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Terms you must know when traveling in Canada


The staff in our office
is international in
nature, with one of
our agents from the lovely
Quebec City in Canada.
So, we thought it would
be appropriate to write
something special on our
neighbors from the north.
Read on. You might learn
something that will make
your vacation north of the
border a pleasurable
experience especially
when you interact with the
locals.

Canadians speak the
same language, right?
Well, not quite and if you
want to make the most of
your vacation in the
beautiful and rugged
north, you probably want
to brush up on a few local
terms to feel right at home.
Of course, you will see
labels and signs through-
out Canada in both French
and English.
Through extensive travel
by those who do lots of it,
it has been determined
that some Canadian words
just don't translate into
American English, and
vice versa.
Here is a handy glossary
of 12 terms you need to
know when you do get to
visit Canada.
Loonies and Toonies:
These cutesy words are
weightier than they sound.
They mean money.
Loonies are gold colored
$1 coins. The term comes
from the loon, which is
Canada's national bird and
the image on the front of
the coin.
Toonies: Toonies are
the Loonies' $2 cousin.
* Tuque: This is the
quintessential winter
accessory in Canada. We
hear that these winter hats
are called ski hats or
beanies elsewhere. But
Canadians will keep their
toques, thank you very
much.
Tim Hortons: Canada's
favorite coffee and dough-
nut shop. These shops are
located throughout the
country. Their wares, often
referred to as "Timmies,"
are a staple in the Canadi-
an diet.
Double-double: Often
heard at Tim Horton's, this
is the way the prosorder a
coffee with two creams
and two sugars.
Pop: The common
word for a soft drink,
derived from "soda pop."
Up there, soda is the fizzy
water that's good for
getting pop stains out of
clothes.
Washroom: A syn-
onym for bathroom,
restroom or toilet. Don't
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looking for the bathroom
when all signs point to the
washroom.
* Poutine: With all the
multi-cultural foods
peppering Canada, be sure
to try this homegrown
favorite. This dish of
French fries, cheese curds
and gravy originated in
Quebec and has won fans
across the country. Trust
me, it tastes better than it
sounds.
* Canuck: This is a term
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dian" as in the NHL's
Vancouver Canucks, who
can be seen on "Hockey
Night in Canada," a must
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lovers (meaning most of
Canada).
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Runners: These are
casual sports shoes,
otherwise called sneakers
or tennis shoes. Runners
can join "sneakers" on my
unofficial list of oddly
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S Kilometer is such a
cumbersome word for
measuring distance. The
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traveled on your Canadian
vacation.
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run into a few friendly
Canucks named Bill,
chances are you'll meet
bill more often. In Canada,
a bill is what you pay at a
restaurant.
So, next time you're in
Canada, counting your
loonies and toonies while


enjoying your double-
double after walking 10
clicks in runners and
thinking about asking for
the bill, you'll feel right at
home.
The Canadians will love
you for it to see that you
made an effort to learn
bits and pieces of their
culture before traveling
and will welcome you
open arms when you do
get there.
It makes for such a more
interactive vacation
experience.
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Locations listed for telephone book recycling


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
Phone books may be
recycled through June 13
by dropping them off in
outdoor dumpsters


marked with bright yellow
stickers at the following
locations in Brevard Coun-
ty.
For information, call the
Brevard County recycling


hotline at (321) 633-2043.
* County Government
Complex, 2725 Judge Fran
Jamieson Way, Viera.
* David R. Schechter


Community Center, 1089
South Patrick Drive, Satel-
lite Beach.
* Indialantic Fire Sta-
tion (parking lot west of
station), 216 4th Ave., Indi-
alantic.
* Indian Harbour Beach
City Hall, 2055 S. Patrick
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach.
+ Malabar Town Hall,
2725 Malabar Road, Mal-
abar.
* Melbourne Auditori-
um, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.,


Melbourne.
* Melbourne Beach
Town Hall, 507 Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne Beach.
* Melbourne Fire Sta-
tion 75, 151 E. University
Blvd., Melbourne.
* Melbourne Fire Sta-
tion 77, 3721 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne.
* Melbourne Village
Town Office, 555 Ham-
mock Road, Melbourne
Village.
* Palm Bay City Hall,
120 Malabar Road S.E.,


Palm Bay.
+ Palm Bay Community
Center, 1502 Port Malabar
Blvd. N.E., Palm Bay.
* Satellite Beach City
Hall, 565 Cassia Blvd.,
Satellite Beach.
* South Mainland
Library, 7921 Ron Beatty
Blvd., Barefoot Bay.
* SP Recycling Corp.,
2850 Harper Road, Mel-
bourne.
* West Melbourne City
Hall, 2285 Minton Road,
West Melbourne.


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS


The third annual Turtle Splash & Family
Bash fundraiser is scheduled Sunday, May
6, at Gleason Park in Indian Harbour
Beach.
Everything kicks off at noon, with the
Turtle Splash and Grand Parade begin-
ning at 3 p.m. There is no entry fee.
The event is hosted by the M.O.R.G.A.N.
Project. Money raised will be used for
services for children with disabilities
throughout Brevard County,
The event includes a rubber turtle race
across the water for prizes, and an out-
door festival designed for children.
There will be contests for children, live
music, classic car show, moonwalks,
slides, inflatable games, food, clowns,


face painting and more.
Also, there will be a variety of entertain-
ment, including Captain Music, who spe-
cializes in interactive performances for
children.
Families may sponsor or adopt a racing
rubber turtle for $5 each or five for $20. To
become a sponsor, visit www.turtle-
splash.org or an adoption center: Lexus of
Melbourne, Moo's Soft Serve or Ace Hard-
ware in Indalantic.
The group hopes to have 3,000 turtles
adopted.
Also, Lexus of Melbourne is sponsoring
the Lucky Turtle Contest, where 10 final-
ists will qualify to win a new RX 400h val-
ued at $50,000.
For information, call Kristen Malfara at
(321) 726-6700 or visit
www. turtlesplash.org.


Call today to arrange a tour of our model homes and join us for lunch.
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Learn about
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Greyhound Pets of Amer-
ica and PetSmart in Mel-
bourne are teaming up to
raise awareness about
retired racers and to pro-
mote adoption
Members of the grey-
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More than 150 grey-
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adoption.

Throw a pie at a
teacher at festival
Croton Elementary
School will host a spring
festival 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 28, at the
school, 1449 Croton Road,
Melbourne.
The festival will include
various games, prizes,
food, fun and a pie-in-the-


face booth featuring
teachers as targets. Also
there will be face painting.
Hot dogs will be served.
There will be a. cake walk
and a raffle for a theme bas-
ket. These baskets were put
together by students, teach-
ers and parent volunteers.
Proceeds will go to the
Croton Nledical Fund to
support families in need.

New Alzheimer's
class starts in May
The Central and North
Florida Alzheimer'sAssoci-
ation is starting a new
EASE program in May in
Melbourne.
The program empowers
people diagnosed with
Alzheimer's disease and
related dementias and.
their family members to
become active partici-
pants in their care by edu-
cating them about the dis-
ease, care and treatment.
For information, call The
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ory Disorder clinic at (321)
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Alzheimer's Association at
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS Tokyo and received a call He also arranged for -
to serve as the medical China's top softball pitch- '


Dr. Bruce Thomas, a
sports medicine physician
with MIMA, recently
returned from a trip to
China to work as the team
physician for the Chinese
National/Olympic Base-
ball Team.
He performed their pre-
season physical as well as
follow-up exams for previ-
ously injured players.
Dr. Thomas, who has 15
years of experience as a
Major League Baseball
physician, met the Chi-
nese National Team at the
World Baseball Classic in


coordinator.
"Baseball is an emerging
sport in China and they
need a comprehensive
medical evaluation of the
team," said Thomas. "I
have enjoyed working
with the team and travel-
ing to their country sever-
al times. The game of
baseball bridges the cul-
tural difference between
the two countries."
After his trip to China,
Dr. Thomas brought back
six players to the U.S. for
surgery and has coordi-
nated their rehabilitation.


er to have surgery in
America as well.
Dr. Thomas will attend
the 2008 Olympics in Bei-
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The Chinese team is
preparing for the
Olympics and is training
in Arizona.
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China automatically qual-
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What he did was beyond
human understanding,
and certainly beyond
justification.
Yet, I can't help but feel
compassion for him and
his family in addition to all
those families who lost
loved ones.
What hell must he have
been living in to commit
such a horrendous act?
What torments in his
mind led him to write
some of the horrible
things he wrote?
If he had lived, he may
have received the death
penalty. But what would
that have accomplished?
Would we be in any
different situation than
now? No life would have
been saved, no pain
spared.
Violence gives birth to
violence.
It's the way it is and the
way it has always been.
The only way to end


violence is to break the
cycle.
Yes, the government is to
provide justice. But if you
back up from Romans 13
just one chapter, if you'll
backspace just seven
verses from the role of the
government, here's what
you get: (12:14-21) "Bless
those who persecute you;
bless and do not curse.
Rejoice with those who
rejoice; mourn with those
who mourn. Live in
harmony with one anoth-
er. Do not be proud, but be
willing to associate with
people of low position. Do
not be conceited.
"Do not repay anyone
evil for evil. Be careful to
do what is right in the eyes
of everybody. If it is
possible, as far as it
depends on you, live at
peace with everyone. Do
not take revenge, my
friends, but leave room for
God's wrath, for it is


written: 'It is mine to
avenge; I will repay,' says
the Lord. On the contrary:
'If your enemy is hungry,
feed him; if he is thirsty,
give him something to
drink. In doing this, you
will heap burning coals on
his head.'"
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FRIDAY, APRIL 27

Rummage sale: 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Cocoa Main
Street, corner of Carmalt
Street and Florida Avenue,
Cocoa. Proceeds benefit
'construction of office and
restroom facilities at Derby
Street Chapel.
Yard sale: 8 a.m. to 7
p.m., King Street Baptist
Church, 1040 W. King St.,
Cocoa. Benefits mission
trip to West Virginia. (321)
636-7920.
+ Open meeting: Com-
missioner Chuck Nelson,
9-11 a.m., Captain's Room,
Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 N. Brevard
Ave., (321) 868-1104.
* Book sale: 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Suntree/Viera
Library, 902 Jordan Blass


Drive. 321-636-3673
ElderLearning pro-
gram: 2 p.m., Melbourne
Public Library, 540 E. Fee
Ave. Lucy Kline with Elder-
Learning will talk about
how to get involved in Bre-
vard County. (321) 952-
4514.
Miniature Flower
Show: 2-5 p.m., Cocoa
Rockledge Garden Club,
1493 S. Fiske Blvd., Rock-
ledge. Miniature flower
designs, horticulture, doll-
houses. Free.
+ Melbourne City Carni-
val: 4 p.m., Wickham Park.
Entertainment, food, ven-
dors, midway. (321) 615-
8111.
* Friday Fun Fest: 6-9
p.m., Riverfront Park,
Cocoa. Theme: "Bring Me
Out to the Ballgame."


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cal:" Based on Disney
Channel movie. 6:30 p.m.,
Trinity Episcopal Acade-
my's Lower School audito-
rium, 5625 Holy Trinity
Drive, Melbourne. $10
adults, $5 students. (321)
723-8323, Ext. 200
Athletic exhibition:
Freedom Athletics of Rock-
ledge. 7-7:30 p.m., Viera
High School, 6103 Stadium
Parkway. (321) 632-3737.
Teen night: 7-10 p.m.,
Port St. John Community
Center, 6650 Corto Road,
Port St. John. Music and
games. Grades 7-12. Free.
Brevard County Parks and
Recreation Department,
(321) 264-5105.

SATURDAY, APRIL 28

Rummage sale: 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Cocoa Main
Street, corner of Carmalt
Street and Florida Avenue,
Cocoa. Proceeds benefit
construction of office and
restroom facilities at Derby
Street Chapel.
Melbourne City Carni-
val: 9 a.m., Wickham Park.
Entertainment, food, ven-
dors, midway. (321) 615-
8111. Midway opens 11
a.m.
* Car wash: 9 a.m. to 1
p.m., AutoZone, State Road
520, Cocoa. $5 cars, $7 util-
ity vehicles. Benefits Cen-
tral Brevard NAACP ACT-
SO. Funds trip for three
winners to travel to Detroit
to compete in talent cate-
gory at NAACP National
Convention.
* Book sale: 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Suntree/Viera
Library, 902 Jordan Blass


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Gallie Heart of the Arts Dog Parade last weekend. A portion of the proceeds from the
event benefited the Central Brevard Humane Society.


Drive. 321-636-3673
Pet adoptions: 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Molly Mutt II
Thrift store, 728 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Showcases shelter cats.
Educational table at Kids
World of the Festival,
across street. Sponsor:
Central Brevard Humane
Society. (321) 636-3343,
Ext. 207, or www.critter-
savers.com.
Melbourne Arts Festi-
val: 9 a.m. to 10:30,p.m.,
downtown Melbourne. Art'
vendors, entertainment,
more.
Spring festival: 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Croton Elemen-
tary School, 1449 Croton
Road, Melbourne. Games,
prizes, raffles, food and
"Throw-A-Pie-At-A-
Teacher" booth. Benefits
Croton Medical Fund.
+ Miniature Flower
Show: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Cocoa Rockledge Garden
Club, 1493 S. Fiske Blvd.,
Rockledge. Miniature
flower designs, horticul-
ture, dollhouses. Free.
+ Storytelling With
Shakespeare: 3 p.m., Cen-
tral Brevard Library, 308
Forrest Library, Cocoa.
Celebrate the Bard's birth-
day. Music, storytelling,
three special guests,
refreshments. Ages 10 and
older. (321) 635-7845.
* Mom's Night Out: 5
p.m., St. Andrew United
Methodist Church, 3380
Dairy Road, Titusville. Din-


ner followed by crafts.
Childcare available. RSVP,
Ann Williams at (321) 269-
6739 by April24.
Safari Under the Stars:
6-10 p.m., Brevard Zoo,
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Annual fundraiser.
$150 nonmembers, $125
members. Dinner, live
music, dancing, silent and
live auctions, "Champagne
and Diamonds" toast. Rain
date: May 6. (321) 254-
9453, Ext. 225.
"High School Musi-
cal:" 6:30 p.m., based on
Disney Channel movie.
Trinity Episcopal Acade-
my's Lower School audito-
rium, 5625 Holy Trinity
Drive, Melbourne. $10
adults, $5 students. (321)
723-8323, Ext. 200.
Choir anniversary
concert: 6:30 p.m., Mount
Moriah AME Church, 234
Stone St., Cocoa. Solos,
praise dancing, poetry, etc.
Free. Donations accepted.
* Burning Word Caf6: 7-
9 p.m., HarryT. and Harriet
V Moore Memorial Park
Cultural Center, 2180 Free-
dom Ave., Mims. Family
oriented event commemo-
rates National Poetry
Month. Free. (321) 264-
6595.
* Senior dance: 7-10:30
p.m., Greater Palm Bay
Senior Center, 1275 Culver
Drive. Music by Up A
Creek. Snacks and BYOB
set-ups available. $5 a per-
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SUNDAY, APRIL 29

Melbourne City Carni-
val: 9 a.m., Wickham Park.
Entertainment, food, ven-
dors, midway. (321) 615-
8111. Midway opens 11
a.m.
Pet adoptions: 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Molly Mutt II
Thrift store, 728 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Showcases shelter cats.
Educational table at Kid's
World of the Festival,
across street. Sponsor:
Central Brevard Humane
Society. (321) 636-3343,
Ext. 207, or www.critter-
savers.com.
Melbourne Arts Festi-
val: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
downtown Mblbourne.-Art
vendors, entertainment,
more.
+ Humane Society Band:
Performs, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Frontenac Flea Market.
RowA., 5605 N. Highway 1,
Port St. John. Swing, jazz,
blues. Proceeds benefit
homeless animals. (321)
636-3343, Ext. 207, or
www. crittersavers., corn.
Writers celebration:
Brevard County Writing
Contest, noon to 9 p.m.,
Barnes & Noble, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., West
Melbourne. Brevard
Council of Teachers of
English. (321) 726-8817.
+ Book sale: 1-4 p.m.,
Suntree/Viera Library,
902 Jordan Blass Drive.
321-636-3673
Doggy Olympics: 2
p.m., Olson Ballfield,
behind Satellite Beach
Police Department. Ages:
16 and older. High jump,
Frisbee catch, homerun
derby. $5 an entry. (321)
773-6458. Benefits
improvements to Satel-
lite Beach Dog Park.
"High School Musi-
cal:" Based on Disney
Channel movie. 2 p.m.,
Trinity Episcopal Acade-
my's Lower School audito-
rium, 5625 Holy Trinity
Drive, Melbourne. $10
adults, $5 students. (321)
723-8323, Ext. 200
+ Space Coast Flute
Orchestra: Concert, 4:30
p.m., Eastminster Presby-
terian Church, 106 N.
Riverside Drive, Indialan-
tic. Free. (321) 723-8371.
* French film festival:
"Mondovino" 5 p.m., Glea-
son Performing Arts Cen-
ter, Florida Institute of
Technology, University
Boulevard, Melbourne.
Free. Carla Funk, (321)
674-6129.


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Though the crowd for
"A Night of Comedy"
was at half capacity,
"Last Comic Standing"
stars Alonzo Bodden and
Jay London filled the
room with laughs last
Wednesday evening at the
King Center.
First up was Jay Lon-
don, wearing his usual
overalls and looking more
Columbo than comedian
with his ruffled appear-
ance.
During a recent inter-
view with Mr. London, I
got the feeling that his
one-liners would either
kill or sink. And I was
right. Some lines garnered
riotous laughter from the
crowd and others seemed
to hit dead air at least for
a second until the audi-
ence caught up with him.
Mr. London handled the
lull by jerking his hand
over his head, indicating
that the material was
either way over the
audience's heads or just
plain out there.
Throughout his act, he
obsessively shuffled
around the stage in a
rectangle pattern, drag-
ging his mike with him
and saying things like "I'll
just move over here." The
audience loved it.
His favorite subject of
ridicule was himself, and
he took time to assure
audience members that
"You'll never have to see
me again" and "This will
be over soon."
In all, Mr. London's
brand of humor requires a
bit more thought, but his
delivery and physical
comedy were quite good.
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Melbourne
festival slated
April 28-29
BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
MELBOURNE-
Downtown will be lined
with more than 200
exhibiting artists during
the Melbourne Art
Festival April 28-29.
Melbourne Art Festival
president Rhonda
Thomas said that the
festival received 700
applications this year, a
much larger pool than
usual.
She attributed the
increase to a new
submission process.
"This year, we used an
automated application
system through the
Internet called'Zappli-
cation,'" Ms. Thomas
said.
Submissions, which
are due in September
each year, are reviewed
by a blind jury. Jurors do
not know the name of
the artist whose work
they are reviewing.
Of the 250 exhibitors,


16 are from Brevard County.
Local watercolorist Peter Bailey, an
exhibitor in this year's festival, was


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chosen to design the.commemora-
tive poster for the event.
Mr. Bailey said he has participated
in the Melbourne Art Festival for


more than 15 years.
He is known for his
bold colors and detailed
Depictions oflocalflora
and fauna. "Much of
what I paint I grow," Mr.
Bailey said.
The 2007 commemora-
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Melbourne Causeway
and the rising sun
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coconuts and flowers.
Mr. Bailey said he has
Swon almost every award
'A offered at the festival,
except "Best in Show."
"People have gotten to
know me over the years.
"It's a marvelous show,"
he said.
Cocoa Beach blown
glass artist Steve Beck-
/ with, who won a third
place award at last year's
festival, said he has
participated in seven
Melbourne Art Festivals.
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applied many more
times.
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warmed up.
Mr. Bodden started off
by skewering the comedy
skills of host and promoter
Mike Richmann, who tried
his hand at stand-up
earlier. That sent the
audience into fits of
laughter that didn't slow
down throughout his hour-
plus set.
Mr. Bodden touched on a
bit of everything, from
what a good job Melbourne
has done at "hiding a city,"
to c i iimi. politics, men and
women and racial rela-
tions.
He ended the show with


an "inappropriate joke." He
said he doesn't usually do
that, but he was afraid the
audience would butcher
his own material around
the water cooler the next
day.
He promised he'd return
to Melbourne, and I'm
looking forward to it. My
laughing muscles got a
great workout. If he comes
back to anything less than
a sold-out crowd, it would
be a shame. He's the real
deal.
One reason the show
didn't sell out could be
because it was a weekday,


and people weren't sure
what to expect.
Well, the show was over
by 10 p.m., leaving plenty
of time to get a good night's
rest.
Watch for more comedy
events by Mike Richmann
in the future. You'll be glad
you did.

Thursday at Foo

Foo Bar in downtown
Melbourne is hosting an
indie rock night Thursdays
at 10 p.m. Manager and
bartender Durke Schmidt
decided it was time to give


indie music fans a place to
drink and be merry.
Drink specials include
$2 domestics and $5
mystery shots by Durke.
For information, call
(321) 952-9532.

This weekend

Musical: Henegar
Center for the Performing
Arts presents the musical
"The Best Little Whore-
house in Texas" at 8 p.m.
Friday, April 27. The show
runs through May 20, with
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from 1-4 p.m. Sunday,
April 29, at Art Expres-
sions, 1404 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 259-
1492.
Live music: Acoustic
Harvest Showcase, featur-
ing Frankie Cisco Harris,
Phil Putman, Zane Char-
ron, Sharon Osuna and
Melany will perform at
6:30 p.m. Saturday, April
28 at the Sun Shoppe &
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day, April 28. A street party
is planned from 7-9 p.m.
featuring food stations,
wine, beer and entertain-
ment. The museum is at
1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 242-
0737.

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Brass quintet: The North
Guild of the Brevard Sympho-
ny Orchestra presents the BSO
Brass Quintet at Plantation
Manor of the Great Outdoors
in Titusville. Hors d'oeurves
will be served at 7:15 p.m.,
with the concert beginning at
8 p.m. Tickets are $20 per per-
son. The concert features light
classical music, Broadway
show tumes, ragtime and jazz.
Details: (321) 268-1083 or
(321) 385-1513.
Comedian: Sinbad will
perform at 7 p.m. at the King
Center for the Performing Arts,
3865 N. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Ticket prices vary.
Details: (321) 242-2219.
Thorton Wilder play:
Surfside Players presents "Our
Town" at 8 p:m. through Sun-
day, April 29 at Surfside Play-
house, 300 Ramp Road,
Cocoa' Beach. Performances
are at 8 p.m. Friday and Sat-
urdays and 2 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $14
for seniors and active military
and $7 for students younger
than 25. Details: (321) 783-
3127.
Broadway tunes: Mel-
bourne Civic Theatre presents
"A Night on Broadway," a
musical review, at 8 p.m.
Show runs through April 29.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $13
for seniors and $10 for mili-
tary, students and children.
The theater is at 815 E. Straw-
bridge Ave., Melbourne.
Details: (321) 723-6935.
Musical: The Henegar
Center for the Performing Arts
presents the musical comedy
"The Best Little Whorehouse
in Texas" from April 27
through May 20. Tickets are
$20 and $22. The Henegar
Center is at 625 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Details:
(321) 723-8698.
Theatre Company of
Palm Bay: "Born Yesterday"
runs through May 6 at the
auditorium at the Palm Bay
campus of Brevard Communi-
ty College. Show times are
8:30 p.m. Friday and Satur-
days and 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets are $20 each and $18
for students and seniors 65
and older. Details: (321) 723-
3056. Visit www.theatrepalm-
bay.org.

SATURDAY, APRIL 28

Art fest: Melbourne Art
Festival returns in downtown
Melbourne through Sunday,
April 29. Event features 250
exhibitors, live music, chil-
dren's activities and a food
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Juried art exhibit: Bre-
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its 2007 Juried Exhibition. An
opening street party is
planned from 7-9 p.m. The
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youth ages 10-20. The muse-
um is at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. The exhibit runs
through July 2. Details: (321)
242-0737.
Live music: Country
singer Tracy Byrd will perform
at 8 p.m. at the King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Ticket prices vary. Details:
(321) 242-2219.

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Church, 106 N. Riverside
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(321) 269-6903 or (321) 723-
7145.
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779-2299.


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(The Experience) will be from
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Gallery of Fine Art, 1010-B E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
A chance to win a limited edi-
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an original painting by
Heather Everette will be
offered for $10. Proceeds will
benefit the Children's Home
Society of Florida. Details:
(321) 722-6000.
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the King Center for the Per-
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forming Arts, 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. Ticket
prices vary. Details: (321) 242-
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Best of: The Brevard Sym-
phony Orchestra presents "At
the Copa, The Best of Barry
Manilow" at 8 p.m. Monday,
May 7 at the King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Tickets are $30 and $20.
Details: (321) 242-2219.

THEATERS

Melbourne Civic Theater:
817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. The theater produces
various plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows, events
and experimental theater
throughout the year. For infor-
mation, call (321) 723-6935.
Surfside Playhouse:
Located at 300 Ramp Road,


Cocoa Beach, the theater pro-
duces various plays and musi-
cals, as well as hosting a youth
player group and workshops.
For information, call (321)
783-3013.
Titusville Playhouse:
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Titusville, the theater produces
various plays and musicals, as
well as hosting a youth player
group and workshops. For
information, call (321) 268-
1125.

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p.m. Monday through Friday)
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(321) 253-5553.
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p.m. Sunday. Admission,
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for museum members. Admis-
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lic 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday. For
information, call (321) 242-
0737.
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The roar and thunder of
a train will be heard by
Space Coast residents
April 27, but it won't be
coming from the tracks.
Country rock band
Flynnville Train will roll
through Lou's Blues
Upstairs in Indialantic for
a special performance


while on break from its Big
Dog Daddy Tour with
country star Toby Keith.
The five-man band from
Central Indiana signed
with Mr. Keith's inde-
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Show Dog Nashville, in
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Once the guys realized
it wasn't a joke, they
packed up and took their
first plane ride to Las
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"You'd think there
would be a lot of nerves,"
Mr. Flynn said. "But we
all just had a great time
out there doing what we
love to do."
Mr. Keith liked what he
heard and signed the band
to his label the next day.
"We didn't even know he
signed us until we saw it on
the Internet," Mr. Flynn
said. "We thought some-
body stole our name."
While the "Flynn" part of
the band's name was
named after band broth-
ers Brian and Brent Flynn,
the "ville" part came from
all of the little towns that
end in "ville" close to
where the boys grew up.
The "train" was added to
mark the memory of
when the band used to
hold front-porch practices
at its house in their town
of 2,000 residents in
Indiana.
"Our neighbors would
come outside and spend
all night listening to us
play," Mr. Flynn said.
"They said it sounded like
a freight train coming'
through town."
The band released its first
single "Last Good Time"
March 5 and its album,
which they co-produced,
will be released in July.


Photo courtesy of Shock Ink
Flynnville Train members Jeremy Patterson, Tim Beeler, Brent Flynn, Brian Flynn and
Tommy Bales are scheduled to perform at Lou's Blues Upstairs in Indialantic April 27.


"This song really gives
the world the best
impression of us," Mr.
Flynn said. "It captures
what we're all about."
Bringing a combination
of rock, blues and country
influences, the band
describes itself as "com-
mercial chaos."
"You're not going to see
us out there in belt
buckles and Stetson
hats," Mr. Flynn said.
"That's just not us. And
Toby has allowed us to
really be ourselves."
But the band didn't
always mesh well with its
individual musical tastes.
"The very first time we
played together, it was a
train wreck," Mr. Flynn
said. "But after a few
hours of practice, it
worked. Something just


clicked."
The boys of Flynnville
have spent the past year
in a whirlwind, traveling
across the country,
meeting thousands of
people and doing what
they love: playing music.
But they are looking
forward to being able to
play some longer sets for
a small-town crowd
Friday night.
"We cannot wait to get
down there are do our
thing," Mr. Flynn said.
"We'll even let the guys
show off some of their
rock and blues flavor and
really have some fun."
Louie Andrus, owner of
Lou's Blues Upstairs, is
making sure that no one
misses out on the show
by eliminating the cover
charge for the concert.


Known for its nightly
music acts and bluesy
atmosphere, Lou's Blues
has hosted several
popular bands within the
country, blues and rock
genre in the past.
"This is a great opportu-
nity for the community
and for our establish-
ment to welcome these
guys to town," Mr. Andrus
said. "I have no doubt
they will blow the roof off
the place."
Flynnville Train will be
featured at Lou's Blues
Upstairs, 3191 N. A1A,
April 27 at 10:30 p.m. For
information, call (321)
779-2299.

Contact Tammy Roberts
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Art festival has music, too


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS


The Melbourne Art Festival will cele-
brate its 23rd year in downtown Mel-
bourne Saturday, April 28, and Sunday,
April 29. More than 200 artists will
exhibit and sell artwork during the
event. Other activities include live
music, children's activities, a 5K run
and a food court.

Melbourne Art Festival 2007
Entertainment lineup

April 28
10:45 a.m., patriotic music
11 a.nm., acoustic folk with Zane
Charron
12 p.m., pop rock with Aaron &Alex
Cole
+ 1 p.m., acoustic rock with Moon-
shine Blue
2 p.m., rock, jazz and acoustic with
The Billy Chapman Band, featuring the
"BillyVan Riper Birthday Celebration"
3 p.m., a variety showcase with the
Henegar Center's "Best Little Whore-
house in Texas" cast


* 4 p.m., classic rock with Vintage
* 6 p.m., country/blues with Lee Roy
Parnell
* 8 p.m., rhythm and
blues/folk/soul with The Billy Lee Soul
Revue
* 9:30 p.m., blues/rock with the Jack
Starr Blues Band

April 29
10:45 a.m., patriotic music
+ 11 a.m., acoustic rock with Jon Par-
rot
* 12 p.m., world music with Don
Soledad &World Element
* 1 p.m., rock/jazz with Acousticon
* 2 p.m., pop/jazz with the Laurence
Elder Project
* 4 p.m., classic rock with Timejam

Kid's World stage

April 28-29
10 a.m., Mr. Science
11 a.m. Belly dancing by Sahara
Kidstuffby Melany
12:30 p.m., Broadway Bound
1:10 p.m., Sunrise Elementary
School hand chime performance


* 2 p.m., Chung MartialArts
* 3 p.m., Uncle John the Magician
* 4 p.m. Mr. Science and Kidstuff by
Melany
Highlights of Kid's World include an
arts and crafts center and a pottery
wheel provided by Brevard Museum of
Artmind Science. Kid's World is open
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Work-
shops offered.
A children's festival will showcase the
artwork of local students in grades 7-12
in the Harris Corporation's Student Art
Competition and Show.
All children must be accompanied by
an adult while visiting Kid's World.

Park and ride

The festival is offering free shuttle
service to and from downtown from 8
a.m. to midnight Saturday, April 28 and
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 29.
Catch the shuttle at the Melbourne
Square Mall on 192 or the Florida Mar-
ketplace on Babcock Street.

For information, visit www.mel-
bourearts.org.


Sixteen county artists plan to exhibit


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Sixteen Brevard County
artists will exhibit in the
Melbourne Art Festival.
Their names and art
specialties follow.
Peter Bailey of Mel-
bourne Beach, watercolor.
Steve Beckwith of Cocoa
Beach, blown and sculpt-
ed glass.


Lloyd Cheney of Palm
Bay, wood turning.
Louise Cherwak of West
Melbourne, graphite
drawings.
Jerry Hanzl of Rock-
ledge, digital photography.
Connie Hayes of Merritt
Island, black and white
photography.
Lori Jenkins of Mel-
bourne, watercolor.


Bob Lehman of Mel-
bourne Beach, watercolor.
Robert McGregor of
Rockledge, 3D computer
graphics.
Peggy Miller of Mel-
bourne Beach, woven
silver jewelry.
Michael "Nemo" Nem-
nich of Indian Harbour
Beach, colored pencil and
acrylic on wood.


Bruce Reynolds of
Cocoa Beach, 3D mixed
media.
Xochitl Ross of Mel-
bourne Beach, kiln-
formed art glass.
David Scheimreif of
Merritt Island, wood.
Brian Swiersz of Mel-
bourne Beach, jewelry.
Russ Taylor of Indialan-
tic, acrylics.


Art Fest
From page BI


(drinking) glasses every
year," he said.
He usually attends 15
festivals a year with his wife,
Claudia, who also works
with blown glass.
Mr. Beckwith is a self-
taught artist.
"I bought a furnace 14
years ago and started
blowing up glass," he said.
Since then, he estimates
that he has melted about
40,000 pounds of glass.
Mr. Beckwith said he is
constantly learning about
new techniques through his
involvement in the Glass
Arts Society.
"Some of my best pieces
have come from fantastic
failures," Mr. Beckwith said.
In all, he said he is thrilled
with the art festival and its
close proximity to his
hometown of Cocoa Beach.
"It's a great crowd," he
said.
Melbourne Beach's Xochitl
Ross is another local artist
whose work was selected.
Ms. Ross works with kiln-
fired glass, which she said "is
also called warm glass and is
a technique between
stained glass (cold glass)


and blown glass (hot glass)."
In an e-mail, she
described her process: "I
work with the glass when it
is cold and sharp then give
it to the kiln, where the heat
unites the various compo-
nents, rounds the edges and
heat polishes the surface."
From there, Ms. Ross said
she begins cutting shapes
from the sheets as the basis
of her design.
Then, the glass is put back
in the kiln and heated to its
fusing point.
"A couple (of) more firings
are then necessary to
achieve a three-dimensional
vessel," she said.
The result is a bright
palette of bowls, platters
and decorative pieces
incorporated with geomet-
ric shapes and designs.
Ms. Ross started working
in kiln-fired glass in 1997
and has participated in six
Melbourne Art Festivals
over the years.
She said she's excited to
see how many new artists
will be at this year's festival.
"Every year is different,"
she said. "The show is
really coming into its


prime."
For information, visit
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
The world's oldest profession will be cel-
ebrated through song and dance in "The
Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" at the
Henegar Center in downtown Melbourne.
The show opens at 8 p.m. Friday, April 27
and is produced by Red Carpet Produc-
tions, an acting troupe that performs at
the Henegar Center.
The play is based on the true story of the
Chicken Ranch, a brothel that operated
for more than 50 years in Fayette County,
Texas. According to Wikipedia.org, the
ranch inspired the 1978 Broadway musi-
cal. The script was adapted for the big
screen in 1982, starring Burt Reynolds
and Dolly Parton.
The play features a colorful cast of char-
acters from the madame to the maid,
workers and customers. The town toler-
ates the business and is frequented by
esteemed community members. Eventu-
ally, a TV reporter launches a campaign to
close the ranch for good.

Out & About
From page B3
is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. and Sunday noon to 4 p.m. Admission 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 infor-
mation, 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. For
information, call (321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass Design Studio: Locat-
ed at 2415 Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne. Open
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday. For
information, call (321) 725-7005 or visit
www.foremanartglass.com.
Kennedy Space Center Gallery: Features
an exhibit of various collections of space art at
the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex 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 information, call
(321) 452-2121.
LoPressionism Gallery: Exhibits artwork of
local and international artists. Hours are 11
a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and from 12-
5 p.m. Sunday. The gallery is at 1010-B E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. For information, call
(321) 722-6000 or visit
www.lopressionism.com.
Mud Flats Pottery & Gallery: Located at
826 E. New Haven Ave., in downtown Mel-
bourne. Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to
Saturday. Features fine handmade works by
leading Pacific Northwest, local and regional
artists in a variety of media. For information,
call (321) 951-1310.
North Brevard Historical Museum: Locat-
ed at 301 S. Washington Ave., downtown
Titusville. Open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday. Admission is free and guided
group tours are available. For information; call
(321) 269-3658.
+ Rossetter House Historical Museum: The
historical house and museum is open 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and is


Director JoAnne Mitchell, who has been
with the Henegar Center since 2001, said
the production pokes fun at the brothel
way of life. But it's not all fun and games.
"There are some poignant moments,"
Ms. Mitchell said.
The Henegar show, set in the 1970s,
boasts a cast of 40. Bob Barone is the
musical director, with choreography by
Jerry Brees.
"It's a detailed show, and we tried to be
as true to the script as possible," she said.
Due to adult language and subject mat-
ter, the show is for mature audiences.
The production runs at 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunday
through May 20.
Tickets are $22 for adults and $20 for
students.
The Henegar Center for the Performing
Arts, 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Call (321) 723-8698 for details or visit
www.henegarorg.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato at (321) 751-
5963 or thehype@hometownnewsol.com.


located at 1320 Highland Ave. in old Eau Gallie.
Admission for guided tours is $5, and admis-
sion to museum grounds is free. For informa-
tion, call (321) 254-9855.
Silken Galleria: Hosts and exhibits the art-
work of local award-winning artists Jerry Hoop-
er, 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 information, call (321) 433-3332.
Sundancer Gallery: The gallery is an outlet
for young Native American artists and jewelry
makers and hosts well-known visiting artists.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through
Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. The
gallery is at 6 Florida Ave., Cocoa Village. For
information, call (321) 631-0092.
The Valiant Command Warbird Museum:
Features 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 information, call (321) 268-
1941.
Silken Galleria: Hosts exhibits for vari-
ous artists at 912 E. New Haven Ave. in his-
toric downtown Melbourne. Currently on dis-
play is the artwork of local award winning
artist Jerry Hooper. For information, call (321)
733-2788.
Two Feathers Gallery: Original works of
art and pottery by various Indian nations. The
gallery, at 833 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. For information, call (321)
733-1227.
Ventana al Mundo: "Window to the
World" is a gallery of Latin American Art at 210
Brevard Ave. in Cocoa Village. Hours are 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursdays,
From 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturdays,
and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. For informa-
tion, call (321) 633-5151.


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Friday, Appil 27, 2LUU


LIFESTYLE


Time to think about healthy food


Hello smart shop-
pers. Hope you
had a good week.
Although you will be
reading this column on
April 27, I am writing it
just after Easter. As I sit
here thinking about all the
traditional high-fat, high-
cholesterol recipes I have
just given you I wonder,
"How come people from
the Mediterranean region
have one of the lowest
incidence of heart disease
and cancer?"
The answer is, these are
special foods served only
on whatever special
holiday is being celebrat-
ed, and the rest of the year
huge amounts of vegeta-
bles are eaten with a small
amount of meat.
Butter is never used.
Olive oil takes its place.
Then I came up with
another question: since
people of Italian descent
celebrate everything from
holidays to birthdays to
name days, they really
have to eat right at other
times.
Once, when I was a
teenager, I objected to
visiting Uncle Joe on his
name day (he was named
after Jesus' father, Joseph),
which I thought was so
dumb. My comment didn't
go over too well when I
declared, "I don't want to
go. This family is ridicu-
lous. They will even
celebrate a hang-nail!"
When mom was young,
dinner was always started
with a "first dish." You
weren't served a small
serving of a vegetable with
the meat, you had a bowl
of vegetables, usually in a
broth, laced with a little
olive oil and garlic.
Soups of all description
were served and the
quantity of vegetables
eaten would make the
American Heart Associa-
tion smile.
It has been proven that if
you have a cup of soup
before dinner it will take
the edge off your hunger
and you will eat less,
thereby lowering your
caloric intake.
Years ago of course,
soups were homemade.
Today, there isn't always
time for that. Canned
soups are delicious and
many contain less than
100 calories a serving.
However, you should buy
soups that are lower in
sodium and fat. Every
brand makes them now.
For creamed soups, use
skim milk, evaporated
skim milk or, if you're
lactose intolerant, soy
milk.
Last week, I gave you
recipes for roast pork.


Remember, if you want
pork chops buy a roast
and ask the butcher to cut
it into chops.
What are your favorite
ways to prepare pork
chops?
Frying? Not when you're
trying to eat low-fat.
Grilling or "Shake and
Bake?" Everyone loves
breaded pork chops, but
now you're spending
almost $2 extra. "Shake
and Bake" original has no
fat or cholesterol, but it's
loaded with salt.
Many years ago I found
a recipe for "Skinny
Shake" and I will share it
with you. Use a cookie
sheet with sides and set
cake cooling racks on the
sheet so all remaining fat
you can't reach will drip
away from the meat.
Enjoy. See you next
week!

nVFN 'FRIED' PORK


Makes enough to coat 5
chickens or dozens of pork
chops.
Store extra in the fridge
or freezer. Omit the salt if
you're on a salt-free diet.
You can omit the oil if you
choose for a totally fat free
breading.

1 (15-ounce) container
plain bread crumbs
1/2 cup canola oil
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon celery salt
1 tablespoon black pepper
1 tablespoon paprika
3 tablespoons dried
parsley flakes

Place all ingredients in
a large bowl. Mash in oil
with fork.
Trim all fat from pork
chops. For chicken,
remove the skin if you
choose; it will still be
moist using this coating.
Wet chops or chicken with
water and coat with crumbs.
Place on racks in a cookie
sheet and bake at 375 degrees
E for about 30 to 40 minutes.
You can create any taste
you want.
For Italian style: Add
garlic powder, oregano
and Italian grated cheese.
Other options: Try onion
powder, sesame seeds,
poppy seeds, dried herbs,
cayenne pepper, etc.
You decide.

ESCAROLE AND
BEANS
Low-fat
Serves 3-4

This is a "first dish"


recipe and it is wonderful.
Any greens may be
substituted such as,
spinach, chicory, cabbage,
broccoli rabe, etc., and
any bean can be substitut-
ed.

1 tablespoon canola or
extra virgin olive oil
2 or 3 cloves garlic, cut up
1 bunch escarole
1 can chicken broth*
1 (15-1/2 ounce) can red
kidney beans with liquid
Salt and pepper to taste

Cut up escarole (2-inch
pieces), wash well and
drain. In saucepot, lightly
brown garlic in oil. Add
remaining ingredients,
cover and cook until
escarole is tender, stirring
occasionally.
Serve in soup bowls
with a sprinkling of grated
Romano cheese.
Check all brands for
lowest fat.


I created this recipe
years ago because I
couldn't find a recipe
creamy enough.

1-1/2 cups cooked rice
4 cups milk, regular, low-
fat or skim
1 (4 serving) package
vanilla pudding, cook
and serve not instant
2 tablespoons sugar or
sugar substitute such as
Splenda
Few shakes of cinnamon
Dash of nutmeg
1/2 cup raisins
1 teaspoon vanilla
It is best to cook rice
pudding in a double
boiler. If you don't have
one, be sure to use a flame
tamer on regular stoves. If
you have a glass-top stove,
cook on very low heat and
keep a close watch; it
always seems to stick a
little.
Place all ingredients
except raisins and vanilla
in a saucepan. Cook
stirring frequently until
mixture comes to a boil.
Lower heat to simmer
and cook uncovered, until
thickened, about 15
minutes or more.
Add raisins and cook 10
minutes longer. Remove
from heat; add vanilla.
Serve warm or cold with a
sprinkling of cinnamon
and a dollop of cream:
regular, low-fat or fat-free.

NANA'S RUM CAKE
(NIB
Regular or low-fat
Prepare several hours
before serving.


1/2 cup finely chopped
nuts, (walnuts or
pecans)
1 package yellow cake mix
(pudding in the mix)
3/4 cup canola oil
3/4 cup sherry
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
4 eggs, or 1 whole egg and
4 egg whites
Ignore package instruc-
tions and beat all ingredi-
ents together until thor-
oughly blended. Treat a
tube pan or any large cake
pan with cooking spray.
Pour in batter. Bake at


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Mastering the art of growing African violets not difficult


One of the most
intriguing and
beautiful house-
plants is the African violet.
These delicate plants are
admired by many, but a lot
of people shy ;\a\ frmin
purchasing them because
they think they are hard to
grow.
This is not really the
case. It is true that :hl-\
require some attention,
but then again, most I ilhe
plants do also,

Getting started

The first ,i cp is to decide
what plant you would like
to bring home, African
violets come in several
colors and some varieties
have variegated leaves. As


with most flowering
plants, it is a good idea to
buy plants that have some
buds that haven't opened
yet. Make sure the leaves
look healthy and green.
Once you purchase your
new plant, you need to
transplant it into a differ-
ent pot. Choose a pot is
designed for African
violets.
A regular flowerpot is too
deep. Be sure to purchase
a potting soil that is
designed for African
violets.
You also should pur-
chase some small pebbles
or stones and a saucer to
place under the pot.

Time to plant


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After you have pur-
chased plants and sup-
plies, it's time to do the fun
part.
Fill your pot about half
full with soil and place the
newly purchased plant
centered in the pot.
Fill the remainder of the
space with more soil.
Tamp the soil down
slightly and then add a
little more soil to top off
the pot. Once your plant is
situated, you can add a
couple of Jobes plant
spikes to the mix.

How to water

Here comes the tricky
part: Water your plants by
placing tepid water in the
plant saucer you pur-
chased.
Place the pot in the
saucer and allow it to
absorb the water for
about an hour. Do not
water the plant from the
top or allow water to
touch the leaves.


Raise the humidity

Since African violets are
native to Africa, they
require a humid environ-
ment in which to thrive.
You can use the saucer
to help raise the humidity
around your plant. You can
achieve this by first
placing small stones in the
bottom of the saucer.
Then, place the pot in the
saucer and level the rocks
so the pot remains steady.
Pour some water in the
saucer, but be sure the
water does not completely
cover the stones or touch-
es the bottom of the pot.
This water will. enhance
the humidity around the
plant and ensure it
remains happy. Check the
plant every few days and
water as needed. Always
use the above-mentioned
method for watering and
do not water from the top.

That's all for this week
and I hope you enjoyed it.


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with more great garden
tips and information.

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Meet up with
Tony Mainolfi
in Brevard
County

It wasn't cars, it wasn't
football and it wasn't
girls that changed my
life. It was the Blizzard of
'78.
I was only 9 and growing
up on Long Island. It
started snowing Feb. 5 and
continued for the next two
days.
There was so much
snow, I remember jumping
off my roof into the white
stuff. It felt like falling into
a giant pillow.
When I got tired of that,
my twin brother, Joe and I
built an igloo full size. We
could stand up inside of it
and not touch the ceiling.
Then curiosity started to
outweigh my excitement.
Where did all this snow
come from?
Why did it snow for so
long?
I asked my father, Frank.
He said it had something
to do with a pressure
system.
That was not the answer
I wanted
It didn't make sense. It
didn't seem that simple.
So, I broke out the
encyclopedia, read the


newspaper and watched
the weather reports on my
local station, WNBC.
What I learned fascinat-
ed me.
Three air masses had
collided and were being
held in place by a high
pressure system in Cana-
da.
This formed one giant
storm and trapped it above
my house.
The storm just sat there
spinning, as storm band
after storm band continu-
ously dropped snow in our
yard for three straight days.
Call it a winter hurri-
cane.
I knew right then I was a
weather junkie and that I
was born to be a meteorol-
ogist.
Now, I call Central
Florida my home. Every
weeknight I tell you what
to expect tonight, tomor-
row and for the weekend
onWESH 2 News.
What I've learned in my
career about the weather is
to expect the unexpected.
In Florida, it's the
unexpected severe thun-
derstorm causing flooded
streets, downed power
lines and numerous
lightning strikes.
We also live in hurricane
alley, where the question is
not "if" we'll get hit but
"when" the storm will


TONY MAINOLFI
WESH 2 meteorologist
strike our coast.
And just because it's
raining in Orlando, doesn't
mean it isn't a beautiful
day at the beach.
I know how important
weather forecasting is for
our residents. Accurate
information can save lives
(though being an alarmist
can cause viewers to turn
away the next time a
weather emergency
emerges).
So, starting April 26, I will
hit the road and visit our
coastal communities from
Palm Coast to Palm Bay
and give you a custom
coastal forecast every
weekday at 4, 5 and 6 p.m.
from your hometown.
I'll show Central Florida
why your city is special
and why you love living on
the coast.


I'll cover everything -
your local history, your
local attractions and your
local people.
So, tune in or come on
out and find me when I'm
in your town.
Tell me where you were
during that Nor'easter of
'78 or that hurricane of
'04.
I'd love to hear your tale
and how weather changed
your life.
Did I tell you that I'm a
true weather junkie?

Meet Tony Mainolfi

The WESH 2 Meteorolo-
gist will be at the follow-
ing locations from 4-6:30
p.m.
April 27: Near the
Cocoa Beach Pier and Ron
Jon's.
April 30: Cape
Canaveral
Lighthouse/Jetty Park,
grounds of the Cape
Canaveral Air Force
Station, adjacent to the
Kennedy Space Center.
+ May 2: Deland/Lake
Mack.
+ May 3: Palm Coast.
May 4: Daytona
Beach, near Speedway
and Daytona Internation-
al Airport.

Tony Mainolfi is a
meteorologist for WESH2.


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Guru's Money-saving
Tips: Many times prod-
ucts, such as "Shake and
Bake," cost as much as a
pound of meat and are
loaded with salt. Make
your own breading, try
my recipe for "Skinny
Shake."

The Guru's Special Hint:
Canned soups are fine,
just look for the low-
sodium and 98 percent
fat-free version.

To Your Health: Soy milk
can be substituted for


milk in any recipe. It's
cholesterol and lactose-
free.

+ Let's talk: Arlene Borg,
the Grammy Guru, is
available for talks from
south Vero to Hobe Sound,
call (772) 465-5656 or
(800) 823-0466.
* NIB: When a recipe is
not in Mrs. Borg's cook-
book it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
* Mother's Day special:
Just in time for this
special holiday, you pay
the postage and I'll pay
the tax. For an auto-


graphed cookbook,
"Romancing The Stove
with the Grammy Guru,"
send $18 ($15-book and
$3 for shipping and
handling) to: Arlene M.
Borg, 265 SW Port St.
Lucie Blvd, No.149, Port
St. Lucie, FL 34984.
Check, Visa, Master Card
or Paypal is accepted.
Books are also available at
local bookstore.
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Wine, fashion to fund scholarships


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The Space Coast Chapter
of Florida Public Relations
Association will host its
inaugural "Dressed to the
Nines: A Fine Wine and
Fashion Event" at 6:30 p.m.
Friday, May 11, at the Rad-
dison Suite Hotel, 3101
Highway A1A, Indialantic.
The event will open with
hors d'oeuvres and a wine
tasting featuring selec-


tions from Downtown Pro-
duce and other local ven-
dors.
The fashion show, begin-
ning at 7:15 p.m., will
showcase Dillard's fashion
line. Music will be provid-
ed by Phoenix Entertain-
ment. Hair and makeup
will be by Introspection
Salon.
Tickets are $35 each, with
proceeds benefiting stu-
dent scholarships. For


tickets, call Shanti Brasing-
ton at (321) 494-2610.
The event spotlights the
best dressed man and
woman from leading Bre-
vard County employers,
including Brevard County
School Board, Community
Educators Credit Union,
Computer Sciences
Raytheon, health First,
Kennedy Space Center and
Affiliates, and Wuesthoff
Health System.


mails to gardennook@bell-
south.net or visit his Web
site at www.hometowngar-
den.com. He is also
available to answer plant
questions at Sears Essen-
tials in Stuart.


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YOUTH ACTIVITIES & SPORTS



Pro boxing a knockout success in Port St. Lucie


Melbourne's Troy Harden wins with KO


BY MATT DEWHURST
Sports writer

Fight fans from around
packed into the Port St. Lucie
Community Center April 20 for
a night of professional boxing
that featured fighters from as far
as Tennessee and as close as
down the street.


The seven fights featured
three first-round knockouts and
five pro debuts.
The night started out with a
bang as Juan Aguirre thrilled the
crowd, beating Robert Newbig-
gerin by unanimous decision.
However, none of the next three
fights would last more than two
minutes.


In the next bout, Khabib
Alakhverdiev dropped Devarise
Crayton in just 1:33 for his sec-
ond career victory. Then, Vin-
cent Miranda sent Bud Luther to
the canvas twice in 1:08 before
the match was called.
Troy Harden of Melbourne
wasted no time in knocking out
Gregg Webb. Webb sprinted out
of his corner to start the match,
throwing a flurry of punches at
Harden who was up against the


ropes. Once the two were sepa-
rated, Harden sent Webb to the
floor. The official time of the
bout was 1 minute.
"He came out wild so I just
tried to protect myself and get
off the ropes so the ref wouldn't
stop the fight," said Harden,
who is now 6-1.
Port St. Lucie resident "Big" Al
Gazdacko proved to be the
biggest draw for local fans, get-
ting the loudest cheer of any


boxer on the night. Gazdacko,
who had been out of boxing for
five years, was making his pro
debut at the age of 40.
Despite the cheers from his
hometown behind him, Gaz-
dacko (6-foot-5-inch-221
pounds) struggled with the
much bigger Leonard Collier of
Orlando, losing a split decision
after four rounds.


) See BOXING, B10


All-Florida Coffee off to early lead

Small ball,
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It hasn't been easy for
manager Scott Stewart and
his All-Florida Coffee Majors
Division Little League team.
After a succession of close
calls to end the first half of
the season, AFC (10-3) tight-
ened its control over the Eau
Gallie Little League Gold
League April 21, beating
Northside Church 5-4 at
Crane Filed in Melbourne.
"It's been like this all year,"
Stewart said after the game.
"It's never a laugher."
In last Saturday's game,
AFC held an early 3-0 lead.
Stewart, concerned with
resting his pitchers for AFC's
next start against Rex's Bar-
ber Shop, used three differ-
ent hurlers as Northside
crept back to within two
runs, 5-3.
That's where the score
stood in the bottom half of
the sixth inning with the
meat of the Northside line-
up due to bat.
Luke Lamar promptly
doubled offAFC's Kyle Mad-
den and later scored to
make it 5-4 as his brother Eli
forced a throwing error try-
ing to beat out an infield hit.
Eli would take second on the
overthrow.
Kyle intentionally walked
the next batter, loading the
bases.
The next batter would
strike out, and as Kyle
worked the next hitter to a
full count, Eli tried to steal
home and was tagged out by
catcher Ricky Holsenbach,
ending the game and pro-
viding Stewart with a big
sigh of relief.
"It's never easy," he said.
"But that's the way these


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
All-Florida Coffee team pitcher Charlie Howard, 12, fires a pitch to home plate during his
team's 5-4 victory over Northside Church April 21 at Crane Field in Melbourne. Charlie
pitched the first three innings before moving to play first base.


guys have been all year. They
never get down on them-
selves or each other."
AFC finished the first half
of league play with a 3-1
Gold division record, one
game behind the Scott Ellis
Reds.
The Reds were the only
team to beat AFC in the first
half, but Stewart's team soon
would get its revenge.
In what Stewart calls the
turning point of the season,
AFC downed the rival Reds
7-3 April 9 to take an early
two-and-a-half game lead in
Gold division, second-half
play.
AFC hasn't lost since, win-
ning three in a row with the
victory over Northside.
"We more or less control
our own destiny at this
point," Stewart said of the
division pennant race.
Stewart said his team
doesn't have a lot of power in
the lineup, relying instead
on small ball to win games.
"I don't think we've had a


Sports Capsule


player hit it to the fence this
year," he said. "We bunt a lot
and do some hit and run. We
have good speed and are
very aggressive on the base
paths."
Believing the old baseball
adage that good pitching
and defense beats good hit-
ting, Stewart has used virtu-
ally every player on his team
at some point this season.
"It has been a total team
effort," he said. "I've got 12
good kids that love to play
baseball and know what to
do. We've had some big plays
in the outfield and more
than a few of the guys are
hitting over .350."
The ace of the AFC pitch-
ing staff has been 12-year-
old Charlie Howard, who
Stewart has pitched in every
division game.
"He throws the ball hard
and has a good bat," Stewart
said.
Offensively, AFC is led by
left-hander Hyde Stewart, 11,
who when not sharing in the


pitching duties, holds down
first base.
Rounding out the battery
is the catcher, Ricky Holsen-
bach.
"Ricky is very fast," Stew-
art said. "He does a good job
off getting on base any way
he can."
Ten-year-old Dave Upton
is the team's lead-off hitter
and is one half ofAFC's dou-
ble play combo along with
Kyle Madden, 12, who acts
as the team's No. 2 pitcher
when not taking grounders
at shortstop.
Zac Mayo, 12, works the
hot corer for Stewart and
also can be seen chasing
down fly balls in center field.
The starting outfield is
comprised of Charlie
Mitchell, 12, who also is the
team's back-up catcher;
Danny Spencer, 12, plays left
field and is the clean-up hit-
ter; and Jamie Naylor
anchors the outfield in right.

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West Shore 16, Cocoa
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Boxing
From page B9


Collier (6-foot, 9-inch,
279 pounds) was able to
use his long reach to keep
Gazdacko. When Gaz-
dacko did get in a jab, Col-
lier quickly retaliated with
a flurry of shots of his
own.
After the bout, Gi.-
dacko stood near the
lobby shaking his head
and toyed with itollli:ilu
of retirement. But those
were soon erased by the
flood of pu,'lrti'if. and
fans that t0ldi hin i' con-
tinue on.
"Not c\'lc body can be
Rockv Marclano," said


Gazdacko. "I had to take
the chance. When you're
40 years old, you (have)
got to take chances. The
gti\ \,ias just too big."
Gazdacko said he plans
to fight again soon, and is
still on track to fight six
times this year. Until then,
he will continue to train at
House of Champions in
Vero Beach alongside fel-
low heavyweight Mike
Marrone.
"I have to earn my
respect back. I've lost as
an amateur before, I know
how to take it," said Gaz-
dacko.


Promoter Moe
Malacarne, who put on
the event, was happy with
the way the night fin-
ished. He said he is look-
ing for another card to
take place sometime this
summer.
"We had a good
turnout. The card was a
good card, a couple of
fights could have been
more competitive, but
fans like action," said
Malacarne referring to
the three knockouts.
"Unfortunately we had
three knockouts, but fans
like to see knockouts."


Troy Harden (right)
of Melbourne
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of Gregg Webb
during EventCo
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Tennis (girls/boys)
April 27-28 state
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West Shore High School
Tennis (boys/girls)
April 27-28 state
tournament at
Sanlando Park, Orlando

Pigskin fundraiser

The Melbourne High School foot-
ball booster club will have a
fundraiser May 8 at Melbourne High
School, featuring the Brevard Blue
Ducks, led by NBA Hall of Famer
Nate "Tiny" Archibald, taking on
coaches and teachers from Mel-
bourne High School in an exhibi-
tion basketball game.
For information, call (321) 223-
3425

Blue Ducks schedule tryouts

The Brevard Blue Ducks will have
open tryouts for the 2007 season,
April 28 at Florida Air Academy in
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will be accepted only if paid in
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Gator coach to speak
in Kissimmee

University of Florida head football
coach Urban Meyer will speak at the
annual Central Florida Gator Gath-
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Tickets are $30 for club members;
$40 for non-members.' The price
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For information, visit www.cen-
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Tammy Smith at (407) 895-0637.

USA boxing trial
slated May 7-12

The 2007 Eastern trials Olympic
boxing qualifier will be May 7-12 at
the Cocoa Expo Arena.
SThe event will feature many of the
top amateur boxers in the country.
Among the notables scheduled to
appear during the May 12 finals are
former heavyweight champion
Evander Holyfield, Pinklon Thomas,
Vernon Forrest and Buddy McGirt,
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Little League
From page B9


Providing valuable con-
tributions of the bench for
AFC this year are Tres
Fontaine, 12; Wes DeVinny,
12; and Harry Clifton, 11;
all of who are available for
offense or defense at a
moment's notice, Stewart
said.
"There is a lot of synergy
on this team," Stewart
said. "They have improved
as players and as young


men throughout the sea-
son."
All-Florida Coffee will try
to continue its winning
ways April 28 when they
take on Aurora Sports at
Crane Field in Melbourne.
First pitch is scheduled
for 5 p.m.
Eau Gallie Little League,
second-half Majors Divi-
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I Annual event raises money for patients


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer


Photo courtesy of Wuesthoff Health System
Golfers wait to tee off during the 2006 Dave Nisbet-Wuesthoff Health
System Golf Tournament. Since its inception in 1983, the event has
raised more than $3.5 million for individuals and families in Brevard
County without the resources to pay for necessary medical services.


For 23 years, the Wuesthoff
Health System Foundation has
raised money to help needy
patients obtain quality health-
care.
That tradition will continue
May 4-5 with the 24th Annual
Dave Nisbet-Wuesthoff Health
System Golf Tournament.
The annual event is one of
the biggest charity functions of
the year in Brevard County,
raising more than $3.5 million
for individuals and families
without the resources to pay
for necessary medical expens-
es.
Named in honor of the late
Dave Nisbet, the tournament is


presented by the .Wuesthoff
Health System Foundation, the
fundraising arm of the non-
profit health care system.
A much-admired Brevard
resident, Nisbet was active in
community programs and
philanthropic matters and
served on the Wuesthoff Hospi-
tal Board during his 50-year
career.
Last year's tournament net-
ted more than $135,000 for the
Foundation. Organizers
believe this year's event will be
even bigger.
"This is one of the most
enjoyable and successful
events of the year for the
Wuesthoff Foundation," said
Wuesthoff Health System
Foundation president Dorothy


Allen in a press release. "A
social staple for Brevard golf
enthusiasts, the event raises
thousands of dollars in needed
funds to support Wuesthoff
Community Healthcare Ser-
vices."
This year's tournament will
be hosted by two of Brevard's
most popular golf courses,
Rockledge Country Club and
Brevard's newest golf facility,
the Duran Golf Club in Viera.
More than 250 golfers are
expected to participate.
Golfers will avail themselves
of two rounds of golf in either
individual stroke-play or four-
person scramble format.
The stroke play event will
begin at Duran May 4, and
scramble play will be at Rock-
ledge Country Club May 4. The
) See WUESTHOFF, B12


lacobelli, Klingensmith top SSC


Panther men
place second
at conference
tournament
FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Florida Tech senior
Anthony Klingensmith
overcame blustery condi-
tions to post a first-round
69 en route to capturing
medallist honors at the
2007 Sunshine State Con-
ference men's golf cham-
pionships.
Klingensmith closed
with a 75-74 in the final
two rounds for a 218 total,
holding off Nova South-
eastern's Eric Cole (76-73-
71-220) to win by two
shots April 16-17 at the
Duran Golf Club in Viera.
"Anthony finally hit his
stride in this tournament,"
said FIT head coach Pat
Cappola in a press release.
Junior David D'Agostino
shot a final-round 73 to
finish in a tie for fourth
and help the Panthers to a
second-place finish in the
nine-team field. Tech's 54-
hole total of 904 left the
team three strokes back of
conference champion
Nova Southeastern Uni-
versity.
On the women's side,
former Satellite High

Capsule
From page B9
Gabriella Pallicki (VHS) 2-6,
7-5, 6-2; Nicole Sallach (CB)
def. Kelly Hasse (VHS) 6-4,
7-5. DOUBLES: Kam-
bourelis/C. Motie (WS) def.
Rao/Rao 4-6, 7-5, 7-5; Con-
treras/J. Motie (WS) def.
Hasse/Hempstead (VHS)
6-2, 6-1
Class 4A, District 7 tour-
nament, Fee Avenue
courts, Melbourne


Anthony Daniela
Klingensmith laocabelli
School standout Daniela
locabelli (80-73-73-226)
made up a two-shot deficit
with a 73 in the final
round. She outlasted
Nova's Marie Garcia Austt
(81-70-75-226) in a four-
hole, playoff to claim
medallist honors and help
the Lady Panthers to a
sixth-place finish in the
tournament.
"This is only a preview of
what Daniela is capable
of," said Lady Panther's
head coach Janie Farina in
a press release. "She is a
strong competitor and will
be a force in the confer-
ence and nation in the
future."
Days after her win, laco-
belli, a sophomore, said
her biggest victory yet was
still sinking in.
"It's an exciting experi-
ence," she said. "And to be
quite honest, it just went
by so quickly. It was a dis-
appointing start, and obvi-
ously a few shots would


Vero Beach 21, Eau Gallie
14 SINGLES: Natalie
Collins (VB) def. Samantha
Logue 6-3, 6-2; Kendra Hig-
gins (VB) def. Aida Chilan
6-0, 6-0; Joalis Domiguez
(VB) def. Jessica Schmitz 6-
0, 6-2; Kathleen Grossman
(VB) def. Amanda
Migluiore 6-0, 6-0; Mallory
Reed (VB) def. Lindsey
Beasy 6-2, 6-0. DOUBLES:


have given me the outright
win. But I couldn't just win
it like that. I wanted every-
one to enhance their sun-
burn."
Both lacobelli and Klin-
gensmith earned spots
on the All-tournament
team.

Women's SSC Champi-
onships, April 16-17,
Duran Golf Club, Viera, 54
holes, Par-72, 5,885 yards

Top team finishes
1. Florida Southern -
929; 2. Rollins College -
934; T3. Lynn University -
939; T3. Nova Southeast-
ern Univ. 939; 5. Barry
University 956; 6. Florida
Tech- 1,004.

Top individuals
1. Daniela Iacobelli*
(FIT) 226; 2. Marie Gar-
cia Austt (NSE) 226; 3.
Heather Burgner 228; T4.
Laura Fourdraine (FSC) -
229; T4. Maha Haddioui
(Lynn) 229. *won infour-
hole playoff


Lady Panthers
Daniela locabelli -
Ericka Hildreth -
Stacey O'Hara -
Natalie Kohler -
Tabitha Jones 416.


Duran Golf Club, Viera, 54
holes, Par-72, 7,127 yards

Top team finishes
1. Nova Southeastern
Univ. 901; 2. Florida Tech
- 904; 3. Barry University -
908; 4. Tampa Univ. 910;
5. Florida Southern Col-
lege 913.

Top individuals
1. Anthony Klingen-
smith (FIT) 218; 2. Eric
Cole (NSE) 220; 3. Her-
nan Borja (Barry Univ.) -
222; T4. David D'Agostino
(FIT) 224; T4. Juan
Weisenberg (Barry Univ.) -
224

Panthers
Anthony Klingensmith -
218; David D'Agostino -
224; Justin Reiger 230;
JeffWittup 236.


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ST. Edwards 19, MCC 10,
Holy Trinity 8, Edgewood
4, John Carroll 3, Merritt
Island Christian 0

Tennis (boys)
Class 2A, District 13
tournament, Rockledge
Park
Cocoa Beach 18, West
Shore 15, Viera 4, Space
Coast 3, St. Cloud 3, Cocoa
2, Harmony 2
Class 4A, District 7 tour-
nament, Fee Avenue
Courts, Melbourne
Melbourne 12, Eau Gal-
lie 12, Osceola 10, Vero
Beach 8, Poinciana 6
Class 1A, District 8 tour-
nament, Jimmy Moore
Tennis Complex, Mel-
bourne
St. Edwards 20, Holy
Trinity 14, MCC 7, Edge-
wood 5, Merritt Island


Christian 2, John Carroll 1,
FAA 0

April 18

Baseball
Cocoa Beach 9, FAA 0 -
CB: Conrad, 2B. WP: Man-
ley* (1-3) LP: Michaels
(n/a) CB: 13-1 *three hits
allowed
Rockledge 2, Eau Gallie
1 RCK: Beau Taylor, HR.
WP: A.J. Hillenbrand (n/a)
LP: Jordan Davis (4-4) EG:
13-11
Tennis (boys)
Class 4A, District 7
tournament, Fee Avenue
courts, Melbourne,
finals
Melbourne 4, Eau Gallie
3 SINGLES: Wager Chilan
(EG) def. A.J. Nohrr 8-3;
Chad Sandberg (MEL) def.
Andy Bakert (default);


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Greg Zimmerman (MEL)
def. Alex Pinter 8-3; Alex
Schillinski (EG) def. Eric
Schleicher 8-3; Ethan Min-
ner (EG) def. Jason Pan-
zarino 8-3. DOUBLES:
Nohrr/Zimmerman (MEL)
def. Chilan /Pinter 8-6;
Schleicher/Sandberg
(MEL) def. Bankert/Min-
ner (default) MEL: 14-3 EG:
13-2

April 19

Baseball
SSatellite 7, Melbourne 4
- SAT: Jason Sirounis, 2B
(2); Ryan Szczerpanski, 2B.
MEL: Mark Vaugh, 2B;
Stacy Greer, 2B. WP:
Andrew Guerrero (6-3) LP:
Chris Duguay (5-1) MEL:
24-1
Eau Gallie 7, Space Coast
5 EG: Chris Hamper, 2B.


WP: Jake Frazier (6-3) LP:
T. J. Elkins (n/a) EG: 14-11

MCC 13, Father Lopez 3
(5 innings) MCC: Billy
Dascoli, 2B; Pat Riebsame,
2B; Mike Blanke, 2B; Stefan
DeCola, HR. WP: Phil
Piotrowski* (8-1) LP: Pinar
(n/a) MCC: 19-5 *three hits
allowed

Softball
Class 6A, District 6 tour-
nament, championship
game
Eau Gallie 10, Centenni-
al 3 EG: Jackie Reese, 2B;
Sheree Baxter, 2B; Nicole
Adams, 2B; Kristine Dar-
rah, 2B; Kori Johnson, 2B;
Christina Conradis, 3B.
WP: Ashley Fritz* (9-2) LP:
Katelyn Tilley (10-5) EG:
20-5 CNT: 19-6 *three hits
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next day, golfers will
switch courses for their
respective tournaments.
Tournament activities
will include a Friday
night gala dinner at Rock-
ledge Country Club, com-
plete with a silent and a
live auction.
The golf tournament
will conclude Saturday
evening with a cocktail
party and awards cere-
mony.
Cost for the 24th Annu-
al Dave Nesbit-Wuesthoff
Health System Golf Tour-
nament is $350 per player
for two days of play.
Golfers who choose to
play for just one round
will pay $200.
The cost includes two
rounds of tournament
golf, optional practice
rounds at each course for
$30, all evening social


events, lunch at the tour-
nament, an official tour-
nament shirt, goodie bag
and prizes.
Sponsorships are avail-
able starting at $250.
In a press release,
Wuesthoff health presi-
dent and CEO Emil Miller
said this event has helped
a wide range of people
throughout the county.
"An array of Brevard
County residents have
benefited from the gen-
erosity of our tourna-
ment sponsors, donors
and participants," he
said.
For information on the
tournament, support
opportunities or to regis-
ter, call the Wuesthoff
Health System Founda-
tion office at (321) 637-
2606 or visit the Web site
at www. ivuesthoff.org.


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Sports
From page B10
May 12 at 7 p.m. at the
Clemente Center on the
campus of Florida Tech in
Melbourne.
Wrestlers scheduled to
appear include: Virgil;
One Man Gang; Kamala;
Marty Jannetty; Tito San-
tana; legends Nikolai
Volkoff and The Iron
Sheik and WWE Hall of
Fame wrestler, Jerry "The
King" Lawler.
Tickets will range from
$35 and $30 for ringside
reserved to $25 for lower
level and $20 for upper
level bleachers.
For tickets, visit the Blue
Ducks Web site at
www.BrevardBlueDucks.c
om, or Florida Extreme
Wrestling's Web site at
www. FloridaEx-
tremeWrestling.com or
call (321) 751-2583.

Start horsing around

The Brevard County
Horseshoes Club is look-
ing for new members of
all experience levels.
The club sponsors
leagues and tournaments
throughout the year at
Wickham Park in Mel-
bourne.
For information, call
(321) 242-2446

FORE Children Golf
Classic May 12

The Children's Home
Society of Florida will
have the Fourth Annual
Champions FORE Chil-
dren Golf Classic May 12
at Duran Golf Club in
Viera.
Cost is $120 per golfer
and includes breakfast
from Panera Bread, a gift
bag, team photos and an
awards luncheon.
For information,call
Mary Beth Phelps at (321)
752-3170, Ext. 235.

Summer golf
discounted

Brevard County Parks
and Recreation has
reduced its golf rates for
the summer on all three
county courses through
Nov. 30.
Brevard County resi-
dents can play 18 holes at
any of the three courses
for $12.99 per round.
Golfers can use a cart for
an additional $14 at the
Savannahs and Habitat
courses and $12 at Spes-
sard Holland Golf Course.
Afternoon special rates
include a noon special of
18 holes plus cart for $21
at the Habitat and Savan-
nahs or $20 at Spessard
Holland. A late- afternoon
special of nine holes and
cart for $15 is available at
3 p.m. at the Habitat and
Savannahs and for $12 at
Spessard Holland.
For information, call


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Beachside golf
leagues

Two evening golf
leagues are being formed
at Spessard Holland Golf
Course in Melbourne
Beach;
An individual league
will play on Wednesdays
with a 5 p.m. shotgun
start. The format will be
net score match play.
A business mixer golf
league will play on Thurs-
days with a 5 p.m. shot-
gun start. With a two-per-
son 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, con-
tact Rene Uzee or Roger
Marcellus at (321) 952-
4530.

Extreme All-Stars
slates tryouts

The Extreme All-Stars
will have tryout clinics for
their cheer and dance
teams April 26-28 at the
Extreme All-Stars gym,
3117 Skyway Circle, Mel-
bourne.
For information on
times, dates and age
groups, call Sandy Derleth
at (321) 266-5757 or
Cheree Field at (321) 255-
5161.

Local colleges

Florida Tech
Baseball
May 5 at Eckerd College,
1 p.m.
May 6 at Eckerd College
(DH), 5 p.m.

Midnight basketball

A basketball league for
players ages 12-25 is
being formed for Friday
nights at the Grant Street
Community Center in
Melbourne.
There is no cost to par-
ticipate.
For information, call
674-5723.

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organizers, event leaders
and camp directors with
news, stats or announce-
ments, contact Rob Shel-
burne at
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321-480-9671, So. Brev.
DOG CRATE Large, in
great shape. 24"x36"x27"
w/ bottom tray. $50.
321-984-3892 Palm Bay
DOG CRATE: folding
48x36x27 barely used.
Includes tray. $80 obo
321-779-3984 BC
DOORS: for Safari or As-
tro, (2) side, (2) back, win-
dow cranks needs install.,
$50/ea. 321-984-3314
DRAWER CHEST, (6)
dovetail drawers, med
dark finish, ex cond, call
321-727-1842, So. Brev.
DRIER ELECTRIC, Ken-
more, heavy duty drier,
$75, call 321-984-1374.
DRYER, GE, ex. Ig. ca-
pacity, HD; Stove, WH,
white; $50/obo each. Call
321-728-0946 So. Brev. ,
ELECT. TYPEWRITER,
stereo, Nikon camera,
VCR, Phone, & more,
$150for all,Call 777-4153
END TABLES, (2), good
cond.,$20/set;Stroller,$20
High chair, $15; Play yard
$25.321-676-5082
ENGINE HOIST, 2 ton
like new, $100, call
321-795-5554, So. Brev.
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER: Oak $50, Kid comp
dsk $25, TREK bike $35
321-777-6183 BC
FIREPLACE: ELECTRIC
White, $75; Boat trailer,
15-16 ft. boat. $99
321-759-5104 NoBrev


FREEZER CHEST
works great, 23" x 23" x
33". $50/obo. Indialantic.
Call 206-948-6603
FREEZER, CHEST 3
years old $70
321-685-9097 So. Bre-
vard
FURNITURE: LA-Z-BOY
recliners, entertainment
center, generator $200
321-777-4722 BC
GAS DRYER, works
well, less than 8 yrs old,
$10, call 321-446-2192.
GAZELLE high end
model. Paid $300. Sell
$80/obo. 321-537-8917
GERMAN SHEPARD:
FREE. 3 yr old. Looking
for good home. Male.
321-253-2441 BC
GIRLS BEDROOM Set,
cream, dresser w/mirror,
desk, mattress/boxspring
$200. 321-724-8910
GOLF CLUBS, 3 & 5
wood, asst. other clubs,
left-handed, $50/all. Call
321-254-4328 So. Brev.
GOLF CLUBS, putters,
and bags, Single,$3.00 to
$35; $165 takes all, call
321-259-7855, So. Brev.
GRILL, brand new Brink-
mann pro series medium
size stainless steel gas
grill $185 321-722-9088
HIGH CHAIR, $25; Lg
Graco Stroller, $25; Child
play yard, $30; call
321-676-5082, So. Brev.
HIGH WHEELER, Mur-
ray, 22' cut; $45; Fishing
pole, $10, call
321-952-1860, So. Brev.
HOPE CHEST, Lane,
cedar, 1940's, needs re-
finishing, $100 obo, call
321-253-5638, So. Brev.
JACKET: HARLEY Da-
vidson. Brwn suede w/
fringe. Nvr wrn. Pd $325
ask $100 321-984-7903
KITCHEN SET: oak, 54"
table and 4 chairs. (2) 6"
leaves for table $200obo
321-951-0067 BC
KITCHEN TABLE,
42"x48"x60"; (4) chairs,
good cond, $150, call
321-726-8081, So. Brev.
LAWN MOWER: Lk new
yard mach. 4.0 Lg. rear
whls. Came w/ hse. $75
obo 321-637-8834 BC
LOFT BED Twin w/ L -
shaped desk underneath
& matching chair. $200.
321-213-6823 Rockledge
LOVE SEAT, 66" long,
36" deep, elegant plum
color, like new, $60. Call
321-724-9939 So. Brev.


LOVE SEAT, floral w/
feather cushions, great
condition, $100 obo, call
321-759-5908, So. Brev.
LOVE SEAT: multi pastel
color. Grt. Cond. $50 BC
321-726-8366
MATTRESS SET Full
size, pillow top, like new,
rarely used, w/ sheet set.
$200/obo.321-984-7932
MATTRESSES: TWIN,
Queen & frame & HB,
CR table, chair $199 obo
321-951-2505 BC
MINK STOLE, $80;
Women's dark green
leather coat, med/Ig, $60.
321-752-7084 So. Brev.
MOTORCYCLE Helmet -
NEW, woman's Bell, ex-
tra small, cost $135, sell
$100. call 321-632-8358
OFFICE DESK, metal w/
L-arm, walnut, gd cond,
call 321-757-5435, S. Br.
PATIO SET w/ huge
umbrella, white, glass-top
table w/ 4 chairs, good
cond.$75. 321-752-0946
PATIO TABLE w/ 4
chairs, pub style, glass-
top and green, $20 all,
call 321-409-8094, So. B.
PATIO TABLE, dark
green, $10; bass pro fish-
ing rod & reel, $15, call
321-676-0779, So. Brev.
PIANO Victor. ESTY,
Upright, in Good Cond.
$195.321-269-2745 Mims
PRINTER, EPSON Stylus
color, $40; Canon Flatbed
scanner, $55. Please call
321-724-0695 So. Brev.
RANGE, HOTPOINT,
elec, Bisque, mint cond.,
self cleaning, $150 cash
321-729-8217 So Brev.
RECLINERS- a Lazy Boy
$30. 1 w/ heat/massage.
$75. Basketball Hoop.
$75. 321-271-7554 Melb.
SERVER, WALNUT,
$125; Stereo cab. (Sony),
$30;Bed frame,$25; Spice
cab., $20. 321-242-7806
SHUFFLEBOARD, 6 ft.
Wooden table $150
Great Shape, accesso-
ries incl. 321-242-6443
SOFA: $40, Club Chair
$30, Small Entertainment
Center $35 IRC
772-388-3382
SOFABED: $95 Small,
Lt. blue/tan Will deliver
321-431-2839 BC
SOLAR COVER reel
pool for inground. Heavy
duty w/ casters. IRC
772-581-9213
STEREO TV: Sharp 20"
Color with remote. Grt
shape. Grt pix. Grt. price!
$35 321-676-4729 BC


STORM/SCREEN DOOR
.75x32 $10 321-768-1714
STOVE, FRIGIDAIRE,
older model, works, $50.
321-674-9763 / 772-538-
7012 So. Brevard
STUFFED TOYS: Lg.
box. $3 ea. Slightly used
scanner for computer $20
321-723-1160 BC
TABLE SAW, fine work-
ing shape, $65/obo. Call
321-984-8781 So. Brev.
TABLES- COFFEE (1),
End (2), cherry wood &
glass, $75 for the set, call
321-777-7701, So. Brev.
TELE VISION, like new,
27", works great, $100,
call 321-543-8119, So. B.

TIRES Goodyear, (4)
Assurance TripleTred
205/65r15, like new,
$200, call 321-777-1543.
TOYS: AGES 1-5,
non-smoking home, '$5
ea. Puzzles, wooden, bd.
games 321-777-2995 BC
TREAD MILL: cadence
C42, paid $300. Like new
cond., Space saver. $150
321-544-0446 BC
TREADMILL Health
Rider 6001, in excellent
cond. new $1000 sacri-
fice $195.321-253-5707.
TREADMILL, MANUAL,.
mint condition, folds for
storage; $20,1 call
321-242-1071, So. Brev.
TRI CYCLE $25; Boys
trailer inStep, $70; 13
shorts & 4 shirts, $10all,
call 321-480-7215, So. B.
TRUCK TOPPER: fits
97-04 Dodge Dakota with
6 ft. bed. Silver. Excellent
$150 321-784-9516
TV (2) 19" color Sanyo
& Philco.$50/ea. King sz
new bedspread, sage grn
$50. 321-452-4415 M.I.
TV CORNER Cupboard,
solid pine. $75. Matching
Desk.$75. Coffee Table.
$50.321-724-4644 Melb.
TV, TOSHIBA, color, 26",
with remote, works good
$50. Call 321-984-8941
So. Brev.
TV- ZENITH 25". $20. TV
Stand $50, Coffee Table
$20 2 hp outboard motor
$100 321-728-1739 BC
TYCO R/C monster
trucks, grave digger, max
destruction, $50, call
321-952-1376, So.Brev.


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WALL UNIT, 3 piece,
excellent condition, $200.
Susan 321-773-0118 So.
Brevard
WASHER, GE, good
working, $85; Brand new
fishing pole, $35. Call
321-213-2502 So. Brev.
WASHER, WHIRLPOOL
heavy duty, $85, ex cond,
call 321-951-2163, So. B.
WASHER/ DRYER, May-
tag, works good, $50
each, 321-725-4241.
WASHER: KITCHEN
aid. $50, Huge Coleman
gas grill, $150. BC
321-298-7740
WATER LILIES: 1g.
blooming, tropical, hardy,
for pond, tub garden $15
321-259-9387 Melb.
WEDDING Dress- size10
short sleeve, scoop neck,
organza,full skirt, beaded
$185. call 321-431-5569
WEED EATER: Ryobi -
battery, Lg. 2 wheel cart,
Lg. tub, all $100 BC
321-726-6805
WHEEL CHAIR, perfect
condition, $50; Push
mower, runs good, $50,
call 321-253-2629, S. Br.


WHEELS /TIRES Lexus
LS430 (4) factory 16 inch
$150 BC 321-254-3818
WHEELS TIRES; set of
4. 15 size. Dakota. $100
Call Victor 321-254-3965
WOOD CHIPPER
shredder, up to 3in, engin
needs work, $75, call
941-323-1190, So. Brev.




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$165/each. 60"x100",
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WEDDING DRESS, Mer-
edith's, empire waist, all
tule bottom, beaded/lace,
veil, worn once, sz. 5/6, in
original preserved box,
$400/obo. 321-953-8341




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Adjustable Bed Select
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Split King, Air Chamber,
with Adjustable Base.
$3200/obo.321-259-7149
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ALL NEW Pillow Top,
Queen mattress set. In
Plastic w/warranty. Can
deliver. $130.00
321-525-6534
BED Name Brand Pillow
top king mattress set,
new in plastic $225. De-
livery available.
321-525-6534
BEDROOM SET 6pc +
mattress/boxspring.$300.
antique table w/ 4 chairs.
$75. roll top comp. desk.
$75. leather love seat
rocker & recliner. $200.
321-271-7554 Melbourne
BEDROOM SET 6pc.
Full/Qn. Dark pine, ft brd/
hd brd. nghtstand, drsr
mirror, & chest. Gd. cond.
$350. 321-725-1742
FULL Mattress Set new
factory sealed. Able to
deliver $110.
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tress: Q-$399, K-$499,
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new, w/vintage wood bed-
frame, matching mirror,
$450/obo. 321-725-8085
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Furniture: 48" Round
Table & 4 Chairs, Only 1
1/2 years Owned. $400.
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COMMERCIAL MOWER
42" Encore Zero, low
hours, 17hp Kaw. & a 36"
encore walk behind,hours
low. $6700.321-508-6200
RIDING LAWNMOWER:
Auto, mulching kit
installed, 4 1/2 yrs, old,
Excellent cond. $750.
772-664-1877


RIDING MOWER: 28"
snapper, like new. $800
OBO. Water softner.
$1600 new. Sell for $250,
OBO. 772-978-9632




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FUNCTION. can be
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Scooter, MAKE OFFER.
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INVACARE RELIANT
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ultra jazzy power wheel-
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new.$1000.321-254-8159



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TOW DOLLY, exc. cond.,
$800; Troy Bilt tractor,
17.5hp, $700; 4x8 trailer,
$325. 321-213-2502



BABY GRAND -Yamaha,
white player piano, plays
beautifully, discs includ-
ed, in excellent condition.
$5000/obo.321-452-5575
ORGAN,Technics GA-1,
like new, digital, 16 track
sequencer, 120 sounds.
Sacrifice, must sell!
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625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.
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PROFORM 400 GL Carb
Counter Treadmill, backlit
console, pre-set pro-
grams, extras. Pd. $599 -
sell $300.321-674-9114
RC PLANE, ARF40, nev-
er flown,compl. RTU Field
Box combo, dual digital
controller & more, $350.
321-752-0532 /961-4532
SPA Leisure Bay Smart
S-3 series, castaic, beau-.
tiful charcoal/gray swirl w/
gray casing cover/steps.
4 seats & 1 lounge, like
new, paid $6200 in '06
sell $4k b/c we're moving
321-693-4805 Michael
UNIVERSAL GYM/ Pow-
er Systems. Top of the
line set. Original in box.
Worth $3000 asking
$1700 772-766-3821


COCOA BEACH,, Thur.,
4/26, 4-8pm; Fri.' Sat.,
4/27 & 4/28, 8-4. 1140 S.
Atlantic Ave. Avon jewel-
ry, 90'sTMNT, ladies: sz
11/12, kitchen, 3 tv's, 2
microwaves,2 VCRs,2 Kli-
pach speakers, Precious
Moments, craft & holiday.
PALM BAY Saturday,
4/28, 9am-3pm. 2134
Pumpkin Place NE (off of
Palm Bay Rd, behind
Harris). ruge miulifarnily
sale ariclest. furrnluoe
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SUNTREE Community
Sale at Waterford Place
Saturday 4/28 from 8-1:
solid maple secretary w/
leaded glass doors, 4pc
pine western bedroom
set, Sears mid-rider lawn
tractor, portable electric
wheelchair + much more!
VERO BEACH: Sat.
4/28, 8am-lpm. Asbury
United Methodist Church.
1708 43rd Ave. (Just
south of Rt. 60.) Large
benefit yard sale. Lots
of Miscellaneous items.
VIERA Fri. & Sat. 4/27-
4/28, 8am-2pm. 1152 Old
Millpond Rd. in Crane
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To apply, stop by the

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Q resume to HR Dept,

4755 S Harbor Dr,

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- fax to

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or e-mail to mcrosby@

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INDIALANTIC CANAL
FRONT 3BR/2BA, pool.
1937sf. Granite counter
tops, hardwood & tile
flooring. $624,900. Be-
linda DeMasso Re/Max
Alternative 321-960-1506
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
5BR/2BA/2 Car. CBS
pool home, 2227sf., open
plan.Master bath w/jetted
tub & sep shower, double
vanity. $519,900. Belinda
DeMasso Re/Max Alter-
native 321-960-1506
JUPITER FARMS unique
country home on 1.34
acres. 2/2 with separate 2
story 2-car garage w
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MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
gar. Eat in kitch, trussed
porch. On lake,1390 Mor-
gan Ct. Aurora Oaks.
1940sf. $221,900. Adams
Homes 321-751-1530
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Eat in kitchen, on
lake. 1350 Morgan Ct.
Aurora Oaks. 1775 sf.
$204,900 Adams Homes
321-751-1530
MELBOURNE Peaceful
home, 3/2/1 on quiet tree
lined cul de sac. Double
Sized Lot. Perfect Move-
In Condition. Indian Riv-
er/Wickham Park only 2
Blocks Away! 3259 Elm
Terrace. $189,999. Next
Door Just Sold for $203k!
321-242-8129/591-5145
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MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Trussed back
porch. On lake. 1410
Morgan Ct. Aurora Oaks.
2000sf. $224,900. Adams
Homes 321-751-1530
MELBOURNE UNIQUE
Key West style, 4/2.5,
huge wrap around porch-
es, metal roof, 1 acre w/
pond,ofc/LR/FR,2 yrs new
Lake Washington area,
$559,000. 321-525-2368
Melbourne By Hwy US 1
2006 Concrete Stucco,
Upgraded 3bd, 2ba, 2 car
*OPEN FLOOR PLAN**
*CUSTOM LANDSCAPE
1625sq ft + 30'x10' Porch
finance options available
$214,900.321-432-2928
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wrapped in curb appeal. The 2,265 interior features include vaulted
ceilings, a spacious kitchen with a breakfast
bar and eat-in-nook, formal living and dining
rooms, garden tub, separate shower & dual
sinks in the master bath and a large covered
lanai. The 2,265's exterior proudly boasts a
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MELBOURNE BEACH -
Gated,private bch access
& comm dock on river.
4BR/3BA w/guest suite,
pool & hottub. $525,000.
Lv Mssg 321-722-2265 or
cell 321-848-4110
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
that are aprx 11x6, one is
a safe room w/poured
concrete walls, $769,900.
Call Belinda DeMasso
ReMax Alternative
321-960-1506
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Beautiful new 5bd/3.5ba
on approx. 1 acre- See
OpenHouseNow.com
#121. 386-527-6213 or
386-672-2329.
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OPEN HOUSE- Sat., May
5th, 9am-3pm, 729 Halton
Ave. SW, Palm Bay. 3/2,
2000+ sf under air, 6 yr.
new, many extras & ap-
pl's. Bring your pre- quali-
fied letter from your mort-
gage co. & your offer.
PALM BAY large 3/2/2,
only 2 years new & reno-
vated w/ new paint, floor-
ing, on double lot. owner
finance/lease option avail
$219K.Call 407-509-3565
Photo of Home at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 38479
PALM BAY Lockmar
Estates 3/2/1 on .43
acres. Quiet neighbor-
hood. Large Fenced back
yard. Reduced to
$149,775 OBO. Call Re-
na 772-812-1229
PALM BAY Spacious 3
or 4 Bedroom, 2 bath, Of-
fice, Well Maintained in &
out, Quiet Neighborhood,
over 2k sf, Under Priced
$179,900.321-722-0078
PALM BAY 3/2/2 Up-
grade, loaded & better
than new. City water/
sewer. $208,500 Make
offer! 321-750-2510
Jeannie Bull Realty

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321.768.7676


PALM BAY New 3/2/2
homes from the $140's.
Some ready to close on
now. 321-724-0533
www.Maronda.com
PALM BAY NW, Built '93.
3 BR/2 BA/2 car garage,
new roof, 1352sf, huge
screened porch, quiet
cul-de-sac, $169,900:
321-368-6558
PALM BAY'S NEWEST
Gated community w/
comm. pool. Parkside
West Homes from the
$170's. 321-768-7676
www.Maronda.com
PONCE INLET 4/2
Newly remodeled & up-
graded. Beachside, 3-
CG, fireplace. Cul de sac.
Spa. $419,900.
407-463-9689, 748-7778



PORT ORANGE -
PRICED TO SELLI
3BR/2BA Split plan. 1575
sq.ft. under air. All new
carpet, paint, and appls.
CB construction, w/vinyl
siding. 2CG Sprinkler
system. Corner lot,
110x95'. Best A+
schools. $195,500.
386-756-2775, 299-6909

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PORT ORANGE
Spruce Creek Fly-In.
Lovely 2BD/2BA, 2-CG,
Wooded lot on golf
course. Master suite,
Dressing room, Fam. rm.,
Screen porch. New paint.
By Owner. No Brokers.
$274,000. 386-760-2104
PORT ST. JOHN-3br/2ba
2 Car Gar. 1430sf. w/Irg
backyard for growth or
pool. '04. Open plan, split
bedrooms, Septic sys.
$190,000. Keller Williams
Realty of Brevard Ed
Ciecirski 321-536-0650
PORT ST. LUCIE: New
3/2/2, East of US1. Many
upgrades. Incl. granite.
Huge bdrms. 50K under
value! 100% financing &
contribution to closing
cost! 954-818-0319.
See photos at
www.hometownnews.com
AD#38481

SAINT LUCIE County:
Indian River Estates -
Nature lovers. 3/2,
w/fireplace, next to
nature preserves! Dead
end, w/buildable lot.
$270,000 Neg. No
agents. 772-971-0520;
772-971-4228

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32ft Master with jacuzzi
3Br + office, 2400 LVSF
FP, Swim Spa, $409,000
Debra Stone 321-432-1557
TITUSVILLE FSBO 3
bedroom, 2 bath on
Large Fenced Lot. New
Paint & Carpet. Easy
Walk to Malls. $.149,000
Call 321-267-6501
TITUSVILLE 100%
FINANCING!
Brand new custom 3/2,
metal roof, solid pour
concrete walls, bamboo
& tile flooring. Custom tile
countertops kitchen &
mstr bath, Paver
driveway, fenced yard, 1
block from river. Close to
parks, shopping, ent.,
dining. Builder paying
$3K in closing costs.
$187,500. Call Eco Tech
Builders 321-383-6073
VERO BEACH 2br/ 2ba
completely remodeled
home. Updated tile &
wood flooring. $153,900
Call Chad Smalley,
Real;ty King Inc.
772-589-3054 / Cell
772-633-4988
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VERO BEACH: Brand
New!Trillium gated comm
3240 Brookfield Drive.
New, 3/2/2, Lake front,
2000 sq.ft, gated, clbhs,
heated pool, upgrades,
warranty. Low maint.
772-342-3344
WEBB MORTGAGE -
DIRECT
First Time Buyers,
Purchases, Refinances.
Lock into a Fixed Rate
today! 30 year 6.125apr.
15 yr 5.75apr. Apply by
phone. Fast Closings. No
application fees. Licensed
Mortgage Brokerage
Business. 1-800-952-8706
WEST MELBOURNE -
Gated community. Now
selling Pre-Construction
pricing. Crystal Lakes
321-727-3335
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RElNED
WEST MELBOURNE -
MOVING MUST SELL!!
Stunning 4/2/2 pool home
w/ hot tub, split/open floor
plan, 2272 sf under air,
fenced, upgraded land-
scape, close to every-
thing, great schools.
$314,900. 321-243-8200
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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
ORMOND BEACH-
FSBO. 92 Old Barn
Trail, So. Forty. Large
2-3BR/2BA, 2-CG, Fire-
place, Encl. porch, up-
graded GE SS appls.
386-506-7722, 341-4407
TITUSVILLE, BY OWN-
ER or lease to own! 2/1
renovated, no assn. fee,
close to church, schools,
shopping. $93,000. By
appt. only. 321-360-8411



INDIALANTIC Chalet
Atlantique 55 + Comm. 1
block from ocean, brick
2bd/2ba/lcg w/ laundry,
den,scrn porch,low maint.
$249,900.321-951-1362


BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN
PROPERTIES! Western
North Carolina. Last of
large land tracts. See at
eaglestar.net (search
word Lares) Contact
Michael 828-837-2474
CANAVERAL GROVES
3 Lots in sec 35 in path of
progress, sell for county
assessed value. Approx
$23K/lot. seller financing
avail. 321-452-8990
GEORGETOWN, FLORI-
DA- Whispering Pines
Sub, 1 + acre. Deeded
access to St. John's Riv-.
er & Lake George, mem-
bership to Rod & Reel,
club incl., clubhse & pool,
$35,000 386-316-9276

HOBE SOUND 40 acres
Cleared with new road &
driveway. Fenced. Beauti-
ful home site. Lots of pri-
vacy & preserve area. 4
miles East of 1-95. Off of
Bridge Rd. Cannot divide.
Only $2,000,000.
Broke r/Owner
561-719-9629
KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
PALM BAY, .23 acre, oh
paved road on quiet cul
de sac, great neighbor-
hood off Pt. Malabar, new
homes. Option to build.
$60,000. 954-540-5061
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#38159
PALM BAY, oversized lot
w/city water. MAI apprais-
ed for $58K. Owner ask-
ing $56.9K. Must sell
now!! 321-544-0929 Ar-
thur Jackson, Remax
Abacux Realty
PALM BAY: Unit '#49,
Lots 11 and 12, 50 000
each. Seller pa,i .all
closing cost. Please
leave msg for Daniel or
Carol. 772-879-6623


PALM BAY SW, 80x125,
$27,000.321-951-1211
PALM CITY: 2.98 +/-
cleared, county aprvd
pond, barn, irrg well & fill
house. Horses/animals
OK. City water, E of
95/trnpke. Reduced to
$399,000 661-222-7365
See, High Definition Slide
Show at: WWW.
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AD#38470
PORT ST. LUCIE:
FSBO, 1/2 Acre Lot. Loc.
on Driftwood St. In a
neighborhood of Estate
lots. Mature Palm & Oak
trees. $85,000 BEST
Offer. Call 715-651-1328
PUBLIC LAND
AUCTION
Online bidding starts
May 3, 2007 ends
May 8, 2007. Buildable
lots in Avon Park, FL.
See website for:
pictureslmaps/sizeslprices.
www.FloridaLotsUSA.com
1-877-983-6600

Sebastian/Vero Boaters
build your dream home
on this cleared lot. Ap-
prox 80x150 w/dock&
ocean access. Near IR
malls/ schools. E of US1
$269,000 954-649-6288
See photo at: www.
HometownnewsOL.com
AD#37847
SEVILLE- 26.5 acres on
paved .road. Near. Lake
George. Adjacent to large
conservation area. Own-
er will consider financing
with large down payment.
$279,000 386-212-9809
TENNESSEE 48 acres
wooded 4-miles from 165
& Town 50/mi south of
Nashville, several house
sites 1 w/septic system.
$115,000 Will divide.
931-993-9377 t
UPSTATE NY
HANDYMAN CABIN
5-acres-$59,900 Nice
pond, gorgeous woods,
stonewall! 3 mi off Rt 17!
Priced way below mar-
ket! Owner terms! Hurry!
877-892-5263




PORT ORANGE- For
Sale By Owner In Gated
Crane Lakes! Priced re-
duced for premium lot &
location. Must see to
appreciate value,. 2br/
2ba, dining room, eat in
kitchen, screened porch
with adjustable windows.
Large storage, Now
$154K! (No real estate
taxes) Tel 386-763-5656
5607 Bald Eagle Drive.
Commission will be paid
for selling broker.

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BAREFOOT BAY: 2/2
furnished, large kitchen &
living room. Glass porch
& screen porch. Sprinkler
system. $65,000 FSBO.
772-664-4734
COCOA Maplewood Vil-
lage, 2bd/2ba, 2004 dou-
blewide, LR/DR, FL
room, shed, patio, scrnd.
porch, all appliances.
$65,000. 321-636-0880.
EDGEWATER- SOLD
IN ONE WEEK
Anne, My manufactured
home sold in one week.
I want to thank you and
the Hometown News for
a job well done. F.O.
New Smyrna Beach, FI.
LAKES OF Melbourne
.1991 Fleetwood, 24x54, 2
BR/2 BA, W/D, dishwash-
er, screened porch, tile
throughout, $25,000. Call
321-525-1280
MELBOURNE Lakes of
Melbourne, 55+ Premier
Park. 3BR/2BA/2Car Gar
+ back porch. Move in
ready! Furnished.
$64,900.321-632-4165
Melbourne Palm Har-
bor, 55+ Park, 2/1, Over-
sized Screen Patio, Fans
throughout, washer/dryer,
Partly furnished, 3 yr roof.
$18,500/obo. Lot Rent
$260/mnth. 321-259-0381
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
MELBOURNE BEACH,
ocean/river access, 2/2
doublewide,55+, enclosed
patio, new AC, hurricane
panels, etc. $50,000. 321-
984-7940 / 305-393-0695


MELBOURNE, 2/2, 1987
Tropicana, all appl's 3 yrs.
new,hot water heater 1 yr.
new, lots of closet space,
11x15 shed, $33,500/neg.
321-768-8198
MICCO-1692 sf under
air: like new 2/2 w/fam rm
+ indr florida rm + scrn
rm; xlg76x125 deeded
lot/golf resort comm. +
$122,500 772-663-1388/
c:453-9017 See ad
#37712 for photo
HometownNewsOL.com
MICCO: 55+ Park new
rec. Hall, Big pool, free
water & garbage p/up
2br/2ba, fully furn. appls
W/D, 3 storage sheds,
Vinyl roof. Brand New fla
rm. $17,000 Call for de-
tails.904-814-7508;
904-692-2600
MICCO: River Grove
Park 55+ comm. 2/2
+carport, million $$ view,
completely remodeled,
Ige sitting rm, master
bdrm w/view. of river.
$39,750 772-473-0038
NORTH WEST OF
GAINESVILLE 3/2 Dou-
blewide on 2.33ac. Fire-
place, Eat-in-kitch, Dining
rm, master ste w/walk-in
closet, scrnd back porch,
2 storage bldgs, fenced
pasture w/pool barn.
Horses Welcome!
$127,900.386-935-4150
PORT ORANGE -
Crane Lakes. 1500+sf,
10x26 screen porch.
Water/golf course view.
3br/2ba. $137,000.
386-322-2238
SEBASTIAN- Park Place
55+ Clubhouse Comm.
larger 2/2. Great front
porch overlooking canal
where birds'feed & play.
$49,900. Call Leni @
Sebastian River RIty. Cell
# 772-559-6000 Office #
772-664-4000

SOLD!
HOBE SOUND 55+ ac-
tive adult community.
Thanks
Hometown News
For Helping Sell my
home. RG

SOUTH DAYTONA -
Carriage Cove, 55+,
LIGHT BRIGHT & AIRY!
Glassed In Florida Room.
Totally Remodeled,
Fresh Paint, New Carpet,
New Linoleum Through-
out. 2 Bedrooms, 2
Baths, $27,500.
386-478-9268
VERO BEACH: 55+
Vero Palm Estates. Well
maintained community.
2br/2ba nicely' furn'd.
Updates. Small pet ok.
$58K. Call 772-564-8604
VERO BEACH: Fairlane
Harbor. Waterfront
Comm. Updated, dblwde,
new kitch, A/C, roof, &
appliances. Open daily!
74 South Harbor Drive.
772-778-6865


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AFFORDABLE North
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Toll free 1-877-882-2894
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ALABAMA Fully restored
1925 Four Square 4/1.5.
Kitchen w b'fast area,
formal DR, Garden
room/office. 16x32 LR
w/fireplace 9' ceilings,
wood, tile & marble
floors. $199,000 So Prop
oliviam@
southern-agency.com
1-256-996-3319 see
photo ad number 38480
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ARIZONA LAND
LIQUIDATION Near
Tucson, football field
sized lots. $0 Down/$0
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ATTENTION Investors!
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/2car, w/gulf access,
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Inverness $13,000/ea., 4
lots Dade City $11,000/
ea., & 1 home 10 acres
Dade City. 352-688-5761

BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN
PROPERTIES! Western
North Carolina. Last of
large land tracts. See at
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word Lares) Contact
Michael 828-837-2474

BEAUTIFUL TENNES-
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breathtaking views high
atop Cumberland Moun-
tains. 5-10 adre tracts.
River access, bluff views,
streams, virgin like forest.
Ideal for hunting, fishing
ATV, horseback riding.
Near Dale Hollow Lake,
perfect for cabin, vaca-
tion home, permanent
residence. Utilities, paved
roads. Great investment /
retirement property. Own-
er financing from
$29,900. Centrally locat-
ed near Nashville, Knox-
ville, Chattanooga. 931-
839-2968, 888-939-2968
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CHAUTAUQUA CO NY
Escape hurricanes, heat
& humidity. Subdividable
6.2 wooded acres
w/stream, corner lot
w/well & natural gas.
1468' blacktop frontage.
RV allowed. 3 miles to
Lake Erie State Park
$16,000. 1-585-520-7596
772-581-0335
COASTAL GA. 57.92
AC $199,900 GA/FL bor-
der. Mature pines, abun-
dant wildlife. Only an
hour iro,m Jacksonville,
FL! Call Now
904-206-5100 x1198


MU$T
$ELL
Crystal River FLs Gulf
Coast, '03 built CB, 3/2/2,
scrnd lanai/pool, Ig Kitch-
en w/ Island, Appliances.
On 1 acre,Storm Secured
$265K.Call 321-676-3862
Photos of Home at www.
Hometown NewsOL. com
Please See Ad # 38472
FLORIDA OCALA
Great place to live low
taxes & insurance. GET
2-free nights. 3/4/5 Br +
in-law suites. Under
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1-888-800-0013
www.manddrealty.com

FLORIDA LAND Start-
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706-657-7655


GA MOUNTAIN property
Fannin Co. Buy direct
from owner. 2 acre lots
$39,000. River lots,
acreage, cabins. View At
www.tiptonland.com Call
owner @ 1-706-455-5300
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-
tial! Call Now
1-800-898-4409 x1157
GEORGIA BLUE RIDGE
10 acres, 3/2 frame
house, furnished, 12
years old. Mountain view,
near Cohutta Wilderness.
$375,000.
New 3/2 with full
basement, oak & tile
floors, granite counter
tops, glass shower,
appliances. $336,500 Mt.
Town RIty 800-488-2815
See High Definition slide
show at
WWW.hometownnewsol.
com ad #38828
GEORGIA GLASCOCK
CO. 186 AC $1,825/AC
Wooded, paved road,
legendary hunting area,
pine can be thinned for
income. 404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
No. GA mountain land
outside Dahlonega (near
end of Rt 400) for 2nd
home/private country
estate, getaway, Or B&B.
Wooded 43 acre tract on
unpaved road. Year
round stream, 1hr from
Atlanta. $12K/acre. A.
Rauzin 1-305-968-7505
By owner.
GEORGIA SE
EMANUEL CO.
(20) 2 to 5 acre
wooded lots.
Horses welcome. Paved
roads. Near I-16/US1.
Payments as low as
$207/mo. LOW taxes.
912-585-2174
GEORGIA WARREN
CO. 71 Acres
$2,495/Acre Wooded,
paved road through the
tract, keep one side &
sell the other.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
LAKE EUFAULA, ALA-
BAMA Pre-Construction
Land Sale, Save
$10,000.
Saturday, Aprjl 28, 2007.
Homesites start @
$59,990 (After Discount).
Estate sites up to 3+
acres. Gated Community
w/ Owners Clubhouse &
Boat Slips. By Appoint-
ment Only. Call
866-880-2849
LAKE MARION S.C. 2
acres, excellent build-
ing site. No Impact Fee,
Low taxes and insur-
ance. $22,900 Owner
Finan ci n g
803-473-7125
LEE, FLORIDA
Cheap living. 1 acre
corner lot in New deed
restricted subdivision.
City water, paved roads,
30 mins to Valdosta, GA
$25,000 772-971-9006
LUXURY SKI/ VACA-
TION home. Fish for
trout in your front yard,
only 8 miles to closest ski
area. Easy access to
Denver & Summit Coun-
ty. www. realtor.com/
prop/1067355303
MINNESOTA, (Deluth
area) Excep. nice 2 or
3BR, 2 BA Twin Town-
homes. Peaceful setting,
easy access. Starting at
$220K 218-428-3984 see
photos at
www.hometownnewsol.com

Move to Northfla.com 1
acre, $13,888. 3BR/2BA
mobile home on 4 acres,
$99,888. 5 acres,
$39,888. Log on for more
properties. 888-222-7903
movetonorthfla.com
N. Carolina Mountains
Hendersonville 2+ acres
Creekfront lot in new
equestrian community.
Paved road. $175,000
1-772-223-6655
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N.C. HOTSPRINGS
Gated Community sur-
rounded by Pisgah Na-
tional Forest! Clubhouse,
hiking trails, waterfall!
Homesites from
$70K to $225K.
Nature lover's paradise!
1-877-477-3473
www.FireflyMountain.com
N.C./ GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS-
World's greatest views!
Homesites starting
$39,900. Land/ Log home
package kits $99,900.
Waterfalls, creeks, rivers,
lakes. Pre-construction
discounts. Limited availa-
bility.
1-888-389-3504 x600
NC LAND!
36ACS,
TEN MILE VIEWS, near
Raleigh, deer, turkey,
creeks, 2 homesites, 2
possible pondsites,
$149,990! WE FLY YOU
HERE! Pictures:
owner@newbranch.com
919-693-8984


wOW
NC LOG CABIN
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck. & hot tub. Like New!
On rental program. Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $189,900
NC MOUNTAINS New
cedar chalet nestled on
2.7 wooded acres
$89,900 Mins to lake.
Includes decks, porches.
EZ access, you finish.
Toll free 866-738-5522
Bkr
NC MOUNTAINS
Log cabin $119,900.
Spectacular 2-story cabin
on 1.3 acres. Finishes
out into 3BR/2BA, E-Z
financing. Free info.
828-652-8700
NC MOUNTAINS...
COOL COOL! COOL!
House on Pine Mountain
with 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, garage, fire-
place. $148,000 Buy
Now, retire later!
Realty Associates
(828) 430-8888
NC MOUNTAINS: 3.02
acres with swift streams
in gated comm. Beautiful
mountain view from
homesite $85K. Call own-
er for pics & info:
1-800-563-8590
gatewaymountain corn
NC PINEHURST Golf
capitol of the world.
2200sqft 3/2/2 1.3 acres
on prestigious Donald
Ross Dr. Pinehurst CC
membership transfer
available $309,000
757-573-6463
NO CAROLINA Lake
Hiwassee 170' Lake
frontage in Bear Paw 2.9
acres. Magnificent views
$600,000. 770-845-7381
www.bearpawproperty.com
NORTH CAROLINA
LAND SALE!
New homesites 1-6 acres
just north of Charlptte.
Buy now build later. Low
Taxes! Free Brochures
1-866-603-5263
NORTH CAROLINA
Log Cabin $99,900. E-Z
to finish interior on a
lacre site. Mountain
homesites 1-8 acres
w/dramatic views!
Paved access, utilities.
E-Z Financing.
828-247-9966

NORTH CAROLINA- NW
NEW LISTING: Breath-
taking View in Boone!
4-5bdrms/2ba/2+ car gar.
Fireplaces, Entertainment'
Home w/ Wet Bar &
Many Upgrades! Mother-
in-Law Apt. all on Land-
scaped .58 acre. By ownr
$429,000. 828-264-7455
See HD Slideshow of
Home- Ad # 37845 www.
HometownNewsOL.com
NORTH CAROLINA:
Cool Mountain Air, Views
& Stream, Homes, Cab-
ins & Acreage. FREE
Brochure 1-800-642-5333
Realty of Murphy, 317
Peachtree St. Murphy,NC
28906 realtyofmurphy.com

PIKEVILLE, TN, SE-
QUATCHIE VALLEY
Absolute Auction
5/12/07: 195 Acre Farm,
mountain views & some
waterfront tracts. John
Simpson Auction Real
Estate, firm license#72,
931-212-3842
www.auctionzip.com ID
9044


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
PUBLIC LAND
AUCTION
Online bidding: May 3th
thru May 8th, 2007.
Buildable lots Avon
Park, FL. See Website
picturesl/mapslsizeslprices
www.FloridaLotsUSA.com
1-877-983-6600

SOUTH CAROLINA- Aik-
en 50 to 1,000 acres.
Horse farms, pastures,
lakes, timber.
www.southcarolinaplantat
ion.com Call Owner
803-640-3497


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

TENNESSEE -
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.cqm

TENNESSEE ACREAGE
5 acres mostly wooded,
mountain view.
Excellent cabin site w/
city water.River access.
Near Crossville.$39,900
Owner Financing.
931-979-1371


REDUCED
TENNESSEE Millageville
Double wide trailer with
water & gas, 3-br/2-ba.
Front & rear porch both
wheelchair accessible.
Detached 2 car garage
with loft & 2 rooms. Lived
in 2 years. 1-1/4 acre. No
zoning $72,500. By
Owner. 772-461-9694
772-595-3052 View at
ketchamk@bellsouth.net
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN LOTS
(24) 1/2 acres.
Absolutely gorgeous.
Waterview overlooking
Cumberland River &
Lake. Sportsmen's
paradise. DON'T GET
BLOWN AWAY!
Introductory Pricing.
1-866-369-5247
www.DycusLanding.com
BSerina3@msn.com

TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS
Crossville. Low taxes &
Prices. 4ac $39,900.
Lake House $289,900.
Resort home, $142,500.
Bluff properties 20ac
$159,900 50ac $350,000.
Call Nickie Heidle
1-931-248-3900 or
Realtor.com Realty One
1-931-707-8787.
TENNESSEE Smokey
Mountains: Fantastic in-
vestment opportunity,
landmark 1st class family
operating restaurant w/
high quality motel build-
ing to remodel.
5 acre frontage on 4 lane
U.S. Hwy 64, between
Murphy, N.C. & Ocoee
scenic river in Ducktown
TN. Call for brochure
888-492-4301
TENNESSEE!I
MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE.
Beautiful mountain prop-
erties. 600+ Acres; tracts,
5 Acres & up. 4 miles
from 1-24. gated & se-
cluded. Gorgeous bluff &
creek. Wooded lots.
George Timberwood De-
velopments Co.
423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com


TENNESSEE LAND -
Owners financing!! 5-10
acre tracks, utilities,
paved roads, creeks,
rivers & lakes. Low
insurance & tax rates.
2-Hotel nights on us!!
$25,900. 1-888-314-688.1
TENNESSEE: 308 Acre
Farm, 12 Acre spring-fed
lake, 3BR, 2BTH home,
barn/creek $1.2 million.
4BR, 3BTH home, 12
acres, with barn, apart-
ment, greenhouse -
$295,000. 12+ wooded
acres $21,000. New
Horizon Realty
#1-731-213-0308
www.newhorizonrealtytn.com
The Beautiful Mountains
of N.C. Outstanding
views, custom log
homes, creeks, wooded
properties, acreage,
mini-farms, Vacation
rental get-a-ways Free
brochure. Investors Re-
alty, Inc. 1-800-497-3334
www.investorsrealtyinc.com
WESTERN N.C. MOUN-
TAINS Log Cabin FSBO,
1232 sq ft on 2+ acres
with nice stream
$89,900 Views, decks,
easy access, needs fin-
ishing 828-286-1666 brkr




AFFORDABLE
"OCEANFRONT"
VACATION HOME
Closest beaches to
Disney. Charming 1BR
Suites in money making
condo-hotel. Indialantic,
FL (Brevard). Beautiful
beaches & location.
www.tuckawayshores.com
Jacqui (321)591-6147;
Jacquim@bellsouth.net
TENN GATLINBURG
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wood burning fireplace,
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The cheapest way to
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Timeshares. No Com-
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CAPE CANAVERAL
WAREHOUSE. Air
Conditioned, 4200sq.ft.
near Port. Sale or Lease.
Call John 321-452-2435
LAKEWOOD PARK -
Reduced Price 1.8+/- Ac
Zoned Neighborhood
commercial. Will divide
Next to 4 communities.
Portofino, Spanish Lakes,
Holiday Pine & Indian
Pine. Can build 12000
sqft. building $690,000.
772-240-1493






FLORIDA OCALA
Great place to live low
taxes & insurance. GET
2-free nights. 3/4/5 Br +
in-law suites. Under
$200K 100% financing.
1-888-800-0013
www.manddrealty.com
VERO BEACH Grand
Harbour Harmony Island
2/2 Price reduced to
$365k. Den. Remod-
eled from the studs up!
Must See!772-713-4188






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BAREFOOT BAY: Br/ba,
New carpet, hardwd firs.
W/D, Use of facilities,
Everything included.
$500/mo. Ref checks.
772-663-8147; 713-4717

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PALM BAY near Turkey
Creek- Lg. Private Room,
Bath & Entrance, Partly
Furn., Fridge & Mirco, All
Utilities incld. $475/month
+ Deposit. 321-952-9799

VERO BEACH: Private
Ent. Furn. private room
w/bath. Beautiful new
home in gated communi-
ty, pool, great location!
$135/wk + 1/2 utilities, no
smoking. 772-770-4838


QAPE CANAVERAL -
2BR/1BA upstairs unit. 3
blocks to beach! Quiet
complex, tiled w/ceiling
fans. Hurry! $645/mo.
Call Bonita 321-432-3390
COCOA BEACH Ocean
Front, Ibdrm/lba Condo,
furnished,washer & dryer,
sm. pets ok. $890/month
+ until. first/last/sec. Avail-
able! Call 321-544-0012

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in Classified!
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COCOA BEACH Studio
on river. Close to beach,
rest. & shopping. Pool &
deck. $700/mo yr. lease.
incls cable & water/ swr.
321-960-9232 Brkr
COCOA BEACH, 2 BR,
unfurn., 1/2 block to
ocean, close to Ron
Jon's, $700 per month,
year lease, no pets. Own-
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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Unsurpassed View of
River and Daytona Sky-
line Spacious, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 full baths, pool,
tennis courts, clubhouse.
$1150 mo. 386-295-5128

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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. $1100/ 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 wt balcony, pool.
Util incl. Avail 5/1 for 7mo
$850mo. 229-291-8414


INDIALANTIC, BEACH
Club, 1/1, clubhouse, fit-
ness room, pool, washer
/dryer hook-up, new ap-
pl's., granite counters,
Avail 5/1 $750 mo.
561-350-7134 Please
see photo at
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Melbourne Bch-Furn. 1
br/lba, full Kitchen, Basic
Elec., DSL, Water, King
Bed & Sofa Bed. 1-3mo.
$1199mo.4-8mo.$999mo
avail. 5/16. 321-725-8392


MELBOURNE, 1 BR/1
BA, Centrally located.
$625/mo., deposit $300.
Includes water / electric/
trash / pest control. Call
321-722-0781
MELBOURNE, Solid
masonry construction,
2Br 2BA, 1150 sq ft., full
size W/D incl., 6x25
screened patio, free ca-
ble package, state of the
art fitness center, lush
tropical setting.Ask about
our Specials. Bridgewater
Pointe Apartments, Call
321-951-9030


MELBOURNE, Eau Gal-
lie 1/1, 2 large closets,
kitchen, living rm, shady
patio on beautiful lake.
$900 includes water,
elec, cable 321-242-6443
MELOBOURNE, AF-
FORDABLE 1 story 1&2
BR's, quiet community,
patio, large utility room,
321-725-3517
PALM BAY Condo,
2BR/2BA all appliances
incl. W/D. $750/month
includes water/cable. No
pets. 321-779-4376


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PALM BAY Rhum Cove
3/2/1 gated comm,
w/boat slip, huge balcony
overlooking river, all
amenities $1,300/mo
(includes w/s plus cable)
772-473-0038
PALM BAY, Country Gar-
den, 2/2, tile throughout,
new appliances, pools,
close to shopping, $690
per month includes water.
Call 305-338-0746
SATELLITE BCH, Direct
oceanfront condos, 7th fl,
awesome views from all
balconies. Furnished.
cable. From $1095
monthly. Immediate
Rental. 248-217-6534
SEBASTIAN 3/2/1
Brand New Condo gated
waterview. Bright kitchen
All appl. WID Tennis,
pool/clubhouse, fish ng
pier, fitness center Rent
includes water, sewer,
cable, internet, lawn
maint. $12951mo
1-407-227-8515
helenletter@cfl.rr.com
SEBASTIAN 2/2 with
amenities (clubhouse,
pool, tennis) $950/mo +
F/L/S 772-538-0031
TITUSVILLE Large,
clean 2BR/1BA, newly
remodeled. Great loca-
tion near river, $700/mo.
+ deposit. Pets ok.
321-604-3009
TITUSVILLE, 2 BR/1 BA,
all remodeled, amenities
w/pool, 2nd floor, balcony,
riverview, W/D, near all,
avail. immed., $650 mo.
631-300-7235 owner cell
TITUSVILLE: 2/1 tile
throughout, new bath-
room, super clean, w/d,
pool, no pets. Walk to
river. $750/mo lease op-
tion avail. 321-298-7757
TURKEY CREEK Condo
2 bedroom, 2 bath w/
Pool, $750/month + Se-.
curity. Short Term Lease
OK, Will Consider Sec-
tion 8. Call 321-544-9163
VERO BEACH -' 1st
Month FREE! 55+ Comm.
Furn or Unfurn 1br/1ba
$640 or lbr/1.5ba $720.
Exc. Cond. Pool, Tennis
& Golf Views. No pets.
772-766-4770
VIERA Desirable Lakes
@ Viera East 2/2 condo
end unit. Clean,move in
ready. Nice pool, clubhs.
$900mo, Basic cable incl.
Call Bonita 321-432-3390


VIERA, 1ST floor, 1BR
1Ba w/ storage, 1 Car
garage negot. Also of-
fered for sale $150K. For
info. 321-446-1550 Use
seller preferred lender.
$1500 toward closing






BE THE FIRST TO
LIVE HERE!
Porhes front & back.
SLEarge eat In kitchen.
Split bedrooms.
Country area but
close to shopping &
major roads.
Small Pet Ok;
$1100/month

Marilyn Navlen |
Wiltshire Properties
321-724-0810
Fort Pierce: Indian Riv-
er Estates 2/2/1 Lg
fenced bk yd w/scrn
porch, tile thru out, refs
req. $900/mo. + -Sec
$900. Call 772-461-6077
MELBOURNE, unfur-
nished, 3 BR/2.5 BA
house on Indian River,
deep water pier, clean, no
drugs,no pets,$1200/mo.
321-253-3379 /254-8124



les ic
MICCO: 3BR/2BA, New
Appliances. 8365 Hickory
Court, w/attached large
lot. Small hets okay.
Lawn care included. 1st
& last sec. $1190/mo.
772-713-0761
PALM BAY NO DE-
CEMBER RENT! 3/1
$800 mo. $800 dep. 2871
NE Morris. Avail NOW!
321-368-724
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's,
homes, duplexes.Start @
$660/mo up to $1300/mo.
Avail NOW! Woodlake
Realty, inc. 321-723-8700
PALM BAY NE, 2/2,
Large pool, fireplace, 1
car gar., new reno., fully
furnished, fenced yd, no
pets. May-Dec $1200/mo
315-289-8411
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, Avail May 1
Completely furnished
3/2/1, community pool.
All you heed is your
toothbrush. ALL UTILIT-
IES PAID. Must rent
yearly. Great subdivision.
$1300 mo 321-543-2802,
evenings 321-724-0666
PALM BAY, off Jupiter.
Amazing! Compl. reno-
vated 3/2/2 w/scrn patio,
new AC / kitchen / carpet/
paint, etc., backs to canal,
$750/mo. 321-768-8349
PORT ST LUCIE
3br/2ba/lcg, Big Back-
yard, Great Location,
Section 8 Welcome.
$1000 per mo. First &
Security 954-592-2519
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
new 4/2/2 Gatlin area.
Tile & carpet. Close to
everything. $1300/mo +
F/L. No pets & Smoking.
772-370-3591 Will sell
for $249K
SATELLITE BCH 1st
month free 4/2, garage.
RENT/LEASE! Walk to
beach.Remod., tile floors,
good schools, scrn porch,
Large yard, pets negotia-
ble. Lawn maint. included,
$1200/mo. 321-724-9656


SEBASTIAN Rent to
own. Sandridge Estates
starting at $950 per
month. To qualified per-
son. Call for details John
King @ Realty King; Inc.
772-589-3054

SEBASTIAN: Custom
built stone home. 3/2/1,
w/fireplace, scr porch, tile
floors, verticals, pet ok.
$900/mo. 772-299-0066,
772-532-5722

VERO BEACH Beautiful
private cottage. Close to
everything, great neigh.
Furnished. $700/mo +
F/S, rent monthly. Move
in today. 772-299-1304

VERO BEACH, Southl
Lakes, Deed restricted
gated comm. Brand new
Key West style 3/2/2.
Appliances. $1350/mo
F/L/S No pets. No
smoking. Close to 95.
772-971-9006

VERO BEACH: Beautiful
new 4/3/2, w/lake view.
DiVosta Home, gated
comm, all amenities,
2,506 sq ft. $1575/mo
+util. annual lease
561-758-7271


VERO BEACH: Indian
River Heights, 136 16th
Ave. 3/2/1 +fam rm, all
appl. $1,000/mo F/L/S
avail May 1st.
772-569-0290, 321-0436
VIERA, 3/2/2 Split Plan.
Great cul-de-sac. Lake-
front, community pool.
$1200mo. $100 off if paid
by 1st. Small Pet OK.
321-638-1213, 302-5107
VIERA, 4/2 Herons Land-
ing, upgrades, 4/3 Cap-
ron Trace, like new.
321-446-3843, 446-3509
Home Investment Realty




CAPE CANAVERAL,
Ocean Woods. 2/1.5,
laundry,, no pets, non
smoking, walk to ocean,
$850 month, 1st/last
months rent. Refs a
must. 321-508-0511
COCOA BEACH area
new townhome, steps to
beach, 3BR/2.5BA, new
Tommy Bahama style fur-
nished, central AC, $1750
mo. Long term neg. 321-
783-7316 / 800-992-2182


FORT PIERCE Brand
New TH, 1st Month Free!
$1095 3br/2.5ba/lcg,
Pool, Fitness Room &
Clubhouse. Call Melisa at
772-342-5616




ORMOND BEACHSIDE
Fantastic Ocean Front. 2
bdrm, 2:5 ba. on A1A.
Garage, pool, w/d, cable,
appls. Refs., dep. $1095
410-726-0642, 957-2388

PALM CITY Sunset
Trace, Gated Comm.
3/2/1 Villa, on lake, new
tile & carpet, Pool, tennis,
cable incl. N/S. No Pets.
$1200/mo. 772-349-6674

ROCKLEDGE GOLF
course, large 2BR 2.5BA,
Garage, Den, Extras.
Yard" care included.
$1100/mo 321-783-7677-

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


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GEORGIA Mountains
Dahlonega. In the Heart
of the Georgia wine
country! Cavender Creek
Cabins. 1,2,3 BR cabins
w/hot tubs, Satellite TV.
Take our virtual tour@
www.cavendercreek.com
1-866-373-6307
NORTH CAROLINA
Murphy Be in the heart
of the Tri-State. 2/2 Log
Cabin w/Fireplace. Wrap
around deck. All ameni-
ties incl. Pet Friendly
Come stay for a week
$575 or just a few days 3
min. for $285. Call
772-465-5443 or e-mail
Ladybugchalet@yahoo.com

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Ridge Mountains Brand
NEW Mtn. Top Home. 30
Mile Views. "Total Relax-
ation" $650 weekly $1800
monthly (321) 722-2768
Safe Area, Close to All.






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FLAT ROCK NC-
22 mi. east of Ashville.
9 RENTAL UNITS
available monthly
$600-$1000.
Weekly starting
at $300.
Amenities include;
Pool
SRecreation &
Activity Room
Great summer home
Units also avail to
purchased
828-693-4018


FLAT ROCK NC- 22 mi.
east of Ashville. 9 RENT-
AL UNITS available by
the month. $600-$1000
Weekly starting at $300.
Great summer home!
Units also avail to pur-
chase! 828-693-4018

AAAAAA
GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
Ellijay. Riverfront cabins.
1 to 5 bedroom cabins.
Great area for family
reunions & corporate
retreats. Large group
accommodations our
speciality. Bob Hall
Management/Rentals
www.ngacabinrentalsonth
eriver.com
1-866-548-5816

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COCOA BEACH Ocean
Landings, direct ocean,
sleeps 4, May. 19th week
$800 321-783-7677
NORTH CAROLINA Log
home, cabins, R.V. sites,
tent, camping, fishing,
mini golf, laundry facility
onsite. Bring the kids or
get away from it all. Call
toll free 1-877-668-4928
or cell 828-442-4964
www.skylslandRetreat.com
ORANGE LAKE CC 4
mi. to Disney. 2/2 Villa. 5
pools, lazy river and golf.
2 weeks for July. Asking
$ 9 9 0 0 ea / wk.
407-812-9043 "
SUMMER VACATION
rentals available! Enjoy
the beautiful mountains
of North Carolina. Call
Foscoe Rentals now at
1-800-723-7341 or email
reservations@foscoerentals.
com. You may view all our
properties online at
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VERO: 2BR/2.5BA large
rooms, enclosed patio.
Quiet, peaceful, 5 mi-
nutes from beach.
$1300/mo (DSL included)
NO FIL/S!!! Pets okay.
772-643-5142 Or email:
geriedrn(~yahoo.com



CAPE, LIVE ON BEACH
2/2, completely furnished
executive home, profes-
sionals only, $1050/mo. +
sec. and utilities. Showing
now! 321-783-5448
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 Lake
Washington area, 1 bd, 1
bath, 1 car garage, wash-
er & dryer hook-up, no
pets.$605/mnth' + deposit
321-698-6019/409-8757
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

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NE PALM BAY, 2 bed-
room/1 bath, W/D hook-
ups, fenced yard, small
pets okay. Call for more
information 321-723-9117
SEBASTIAN 2/2/1 Lg
1100/SFUA, 2/scr porch-
es. New tile & carpet. Lg
lot beautifully landscap-
ed, maint by owner $850
mo. F/US. 772-581-3667 -
SEBASTIAN: Delmonte
Rd. 3/2/1, brand new
construction, tile through-
out, close to school.
Avail. 5/1 $1,000/mo
772-388-3202




HOBE SOUND: Ridge-
way 55+ comm. W/ pool,
Carport, 3br/1.5ba, Boat
storage. 1 1/2 miles to
beach. Cent.Air, $750/m.,
or 850/mo. Furn. Exc.
condition. 772-285-5060;
772-546-8016

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MELBOURNE, Eau Gal-
lie, 2/1, private lot, some
utilities included, central
AC/heat, no pets, $580
month + $300 security.
321-259-3359
MELBOURNE, MOVE-IN
ready! 2 BR/2 BA, partial-
ly furnished, 55+, huge
patio room + Fl. room.
Rent w/option $400/mo. +
lot or $23,500; 321-543-
5174 or 1-724-602-5941
MELBOURNE, single
Double wide lots for
lease 55+ MH park. Lot
rent $178-$212 Credit
history req. 321-674-5792




2250 +/- sq ft. or portion
theredf. Price negot. Must
see to appreciate quality
warehouse w/ restrooms.
321-773-2005
MELBOURNE, 3135 Sq
ft, office just renovated
for rent. Located on Sar-
no Road. Call
321-751-2100





STUART Contractors
Showcase Warehouse.
Approx, 1050sqft for rent,
$1,100/mo 305-298-8667

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CHEV-'50 Pick-UpTruck
5 Window Original, Im-
maculate. No rust/bondo,
damage. Same owner 35
yrs. Steal it, $19,950.
386-882-3422, 673-2415

SPECIAL
CHRYSLER NEWPORT
Green 1966, 383 Engine,
only 1 owner, all original
parts, needs work/brakes
just $2500.321-725-0297
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Please See Ad # 20950



BLOWN HEAD GAS-
KET?. State of the art
2-part carbon metallic
chemical process. Repair
yourself. 100% guaran-
teed. 1-866-780-9041
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BMW 3251 1994, Bur-
gundy, 4 door, Leather,
Automatic, CD, 110k mi.
Looks Good, Runs Great.
$4800/obo.321-373-5315
Photo of BMW at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 20509
BUICK LaSabre L.E. -
'90, ruby red,78k orig. mi.
new paint, tires & AC, in
excellent cond $3500/obo
321-433-7639/639-1262
CADILLAC EL Dorado-
1997, 57k miles, in Per-
fect Condition, Very Well
Maintained. $8900 or
Best Offer.321-302-2171
CADILLAC SEDAN DEV-
ILLE, '92, 1 owner, very
good condition, new A/C,
good tires, white, $2500.
321-952-1896
DAEWOO STATION.
Wagon, '00, auto, AM/
FM/CD, fully loaded, sil-
ver, $3000 or best offer.
321-768-9965
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FORD PROBE White
'97,clean & very reliable,
Well Maintained, 5 spd.
New Brakes, Battery, CV
joints/belts/tires/radiator.
$1800/obo.321-952-3655
HONDA ACCORD -2000
White, 4 Door, 5 Speed,
97k miles,Cruise Control,
Looks/Runs Very Good!
$6800. call 321-243-4177

HONDA CIVIC EX '98,
white/grey int., auto, air,
sunroof. 109K miles,
$5400 321-777-5665

HONDA CIVIC EX '93,
Red, 2 dr, AC, Auto, CD,
electric windows, keyless
entry, 168k miles. $2000/
obo. call 321-269-4985

MERCEDES 190E: 1986
2.3L auto, black on grey.
Great shape in & out,
rides very smooth. Needs
motor 170K mi $400 obo
Anytime 772-532-1666
MERCURY COUGAR -
1992, Maroon, 2 dr, V-6,
Auto Trans., Needs Paint
Drives Good. 150k miles
$750/obo. 321-729-8037

MINI COOPER '03 Mint
Condition, Silver & Black,
23k mi., All Options, Stick
Shift,1 owner, 35-40mpg.
$15,500. 321-729-0906

NISSAN 200SX SE:
1996, 5spd, power every-
thing! Black on black/,
grey, good car for motor
swap, needs trans. 210K
mi $400 obo Anytime
772-532-1666
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
GTP 40th Anniv. Ed., '02,
supercharged, V6, adult
owned,garaged.Must see!
$11,500. 321-223-3548
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#20947

TOYOTA- COROLLA- '03
European Body Molding,
14,400 mi., Alloy wheels,
Power Doors & Windows,
AM/FM/CD/Cassette, Exc
Cond., Thoroughly Maint.
$13,900. 321-253-9046
TOYOTA CORROLLA:
1990, A/C, Auto, 131K
mi., CD player, In very
good cond. $1100, OBO.
772-501-1445




TIRES 33x13x18. Nitto
Terra Grapplers on '06
king ranch wheels, 35x13
x18 also. $1250/all or
best offer. 321-508-6147


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2004 VICTORY Touring
Cruiser-Black, Full Dress,
2k orig. mi., New Stage 1
Exhaust, In New Condi-
tion. $9800.321-722-1401
Photo of Bike at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 20502
HARLEY DAVIDSON 01
Softail classic FLSTC
11k miles very clean.
Extras garage kept.
$12,500. One owner. Call
Don. 772-878-9050
HARLEY DAVIDSON,
'04, Road Glide, 3500 mi.,
brand new, extra chrome,
AM/FM/CD,Ioaded.Asking
$15,900.321-212-9716
Harley Davidson- 1200
custom Sportster, 2004,
only 900 miles, two, tone
black/gold. Must be seen!
$8000. 321-773-7883.
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com


HARLEY DYNA Super
Glide FXD 2000 Silver,
Lowered, Windshield, low
miles, Exc. Cond. Sharply
$8495.Call 321-253-1498




HONDA SABER -2000,
only 4442 miles, in excel-
lent condition. Must Sell!
Sacrifice for $5,000 or
Best Offer. 321-302-0531

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HONDA SABRE Cruiser-
2002, Exc. Cond., Runs
Great!' 16k miles, Dealer
maintained. Corbin seat,
Vance & Hines pipes.
Never, Damaged- Ridden
w/ Care by Mature Adult.
$4500.321-868-0809 Coc
Bch. See Ad # 20506 for
Photo of Honda at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
HONDA: '01 Reflex,
250cc motor scooter, 980
mi., gets .65mpg, top
speed, 75mph. Under
seat storage, great cond.
$3195 Or Best Offer.
772-664-8025

KAWASAKI 2006 Ninja
ZX636RR, 1536 mi., 5 yr.
Ext. + 3 yr. Maint. War-
ranties (never droppedl.
$7K/obo. 321-431-9722

KAWASAKI NINJA 250 -
'05-nice bike, never drop-
ped, 70MPG, 3200mi.
$1950. 321-735-0987
evngs. 321-409-7204 day

KX 250, 1991, runs good,
$750. 321-258-9803

VICTORY DELUX Cruis-
er. 4,500 mi. Garage kept
Gold/crm. w/locking hard
bags. One female owner
$6500 772.559.0233

YAMAHA ROADSTAR
1700 2004, low miles,
many extras, beautiful &
in great shape! $7900
321-674-0440/693-8614

YAMAHA SILVERADO
2005, Midnight Star.
1700cc, -hard bags, wind-
shield. Exc. condition.
$7500. 321-508-7734

YAMAHA VINO 125 '06
only 716 miles, 80MPH,
Blue, Adult Owned, in-
cludes Helmet.$3500/obo
321-723-0506 Eves or Im

YAMAHA WR426, 2001,
$2200 or will trade for
truck. 321-258-9803





25' WILDERNESS, '99,
must selllLight weight TT,
slide out, screen room,
sleeps 6,$8000 very'neg.
Can be seen 4/26 5/4.
516-901-4006 or before
4/26 call 631-475-4366

AIRSTREAM, '98 35' land
yacht motorhome wide
body, .275 turbo diesel
pusher, fully equipped,
exc. cond., low mileage,
$60K. Reasonable offers
considered 321-253-0242


COLEMAN POP-UP
Camper, '96, Good cond,
A/C, sink, microwave,
sleeps 5. Great fun!
$2,500. 772-559-0320 IR

DOLPHIN 2000 38ft, 2
slides, 20' awning 37K mi
Good Condition!$49,500
obo 407-797-8945


VALUE
FLEETWOOD TRIUMPH
2005,5th Wheel,like new,
39.5' w/ 5 Slideouts, Fire-
place, combo washer/dry-
er, Surround Sound, King
Bed & Much More! Only
$45K/OBO.321-956-9363
GEORGIE BOY 37':
Cruise master, 2003,
11,975 mi., 2 slide outs,
Satellite sys. Work horse
chassis. Ext. warr. avail.
$60,000. 772-589-6980

KODIAK 16 ft. 2005,
used once, totally self
contained, Hitch & all ac-
cessories incld. $8000
/negotiable.321-298-4415


16' BUMBLEBEE, 48hp
Johnson w/5hp Evinrude
Kicker, elec. trolling mtr,
livewell,life jackets, poles,
$5600. 321-632-1981
22' SHAMROCK cuddy
F/F, D/F VHF ,GPS,
new canvas, w/trir, great
boat $14k obo. Poss
trade 772-528-2507
22' TROPHY PRO '04
WA, Mercury 135, all
electronics includes trail-
er. $19,999 or best offer.
772-336-3544
23' SEARAY '89 I/O, new
engine lower unit.$5900
OBO. 772-696-3258
24' GRADY White '86
cntr con, T-top '01, 250
hp Yam, 400 hrs. 2yr old
100 gl gas tank.Surveyed
$18 k 772-581-0507

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MINI WINNI, '83, Class C,
runs good, many newer
items: roof/AC/TVw/DVD
& surround sound, fridge,
$3900.810-706-0085

Pace Arrow, 36', '92, 460
Ford motor, freightliner
chassis, 49,331K, 2 AC's
& TV's, all appl's, $19,500
obo. 321-725-4627

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 BRAVE -
ROAD READY IN EXC.
CONDI '99, low miles, 32'
all appliances,2 tv's + dvd
$49,500. 321-759-5950




TOYOTA SEQUOIA
2002 Limited, leather &
all options. 1 owner,
excellent condition.
Garage kept. $18,995.
321-373-1568


25' Wellcraft 1992 with
twin 2000 150 Mercury
EFI engines. Good
shape. Cuddy cabin, bait
well, all the toys.
$10,900. Also, 2000 115
Yahama jet drive engine.
Best offer. 352-347-2016
32' SUNTRACKER Merc
90hp P/T. Very clean.
Engine has less than
100hrs. 27 gal gas tank.
$26,000 obo
www.anthom.com/suntracker
772-408-6528

No Haggle
Price
ONLY '16,609.
8' x 20' Weeres
w/40 hp Honda
4-stroke.
Incl. galv trlr, mooring
cover, coastguard kit,
tag/title/reg.,am/fm/cd,
deluge console
w/gauges.
FREE delivery
in FL.
Astor Marine o)
SR 40, Astor, FI
352-759-3655


TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5
2001, 4x4, silver w/ gray
leather, 84k miles, sports
rack, good cond. $14000.
321-952-4410/674-9625



Chevy 2002 3500
Cutaway 16' box van.
Good tires. Cold A/C
$6000. 772-489-5946
772-607-2915

CHEVY 2004 2500 HD-
Ext. Cab, Long Box, 8.1,
Allison Trans., XM Radio,
Power Seat, 44k mi.
$21,500. 321-799-9440
CHEVY 206: Cargo van,
3 quarter ton. 2006, A/C,
4 wheel interlock brakes.
23K mi., Tow pkge,
electric windows & locks',
alarm sys. Exc. cond.
$17,000. 321-242-1485;
Cell 321-259-3586
CHEVY 2500 '03, Auto-
matic, Heavy duty, towing
Package, 4x4, Loaded in
Exc. Cond. $16,250/OBO
321-951-9318/482-2846


BOMBARD Inflatable -8
ft, in Excellent Condition,
2 HP Honda 4 Stroke
O/B that is Like New.
$950.321-255-7894 Melb
CANOE 14 ft Stillwater,
Bright Yellow, in Great
Condition, w/ Paddle,
Seats 3 People. Asking
$350.321-725-4909 Melb
CAROLINA SKIFF, 11'8",
$950 firm. Melbourne
area, 321-733-8994
CAROLINA SKIFF, 16',
HondaO/B,30hp 4-stroke,
console, forward deck,
swivel chair, fish finder,
anchor, trailer, like new.
321-259-2213
JON BOAT, aluminum,
14/48, 9.9hp motor, w/
trailer, electric trolling
motor. Asking $1500 or
best offer. 321-784-5567
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


CHEVY S-10 '03, 4 -
cylinder, 5-spd, bed-liner,
hitch, 4-new tires, battery,
Super gas mileage, Just
55K miles, Only $6,250
772-584-1040 DIr

CHEVY VENTURE, '03, 7
passenger, silver, 66K
miles, new tires/brakes,
$8500. Financing availa-
ble. 321-676-9881

Chrysler Town/Country
'03, white, am/fm/cd/dual
.ac, power windows, w/
warranty, 63k mi.$12,500
OBO. Call 321-259-6417

DODGE GRAND Cara-
van, Nice Cond. 1997,
Blue, Runs Good. $3000.
321-631-1429 Rockledge

FORD F150 1997, A-1,
White, 6 cylinder, Auto,
P.S.P.B., 138k miles,
Well Maintained. $4295.
321-636-9898/720-8117

FORD F150: 1997,
Extended cab, Green
with Beige on bottom.
$4150 Or Best Offer.
772-633-1648


NAUTICAL SLOOP 40' -
Perfect for single handed
sailing. New paint, 2006.
2 sets of sails with spin-
naker. Many extras. Must
sacrifice. 386-589-1143.
POLARIS JET Skis (2) -
w/ Trailer; a 2000 Virage
& a 2002 Freedom. Both
Very Good Cond. $5500/
all. 321-777-6689 I.H.B.
SAILBOAT 1979 O-Day
25 ft, Clean, in Good
Condition, 7 HP. Ready
to Set Sail! $3500 or best
offer. Call 321-952-7375
SEA RAY 28' SUN-
DANCER '04 ext warr
02-09 GPSmap gen/AC
rack stored no bottom
paint 220 hrs rcnt serv
cockpit cvr vry cln $85k
OBO 561-818-5984
SEA SQUIRT fiberglass
/center console, 13', 25hp
evinrude,galvanizd trailer
2 new wheels/tires, spare
$1200. call 321-757-3349

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FORD SPORT TRAC,
'02, 87K mi., 4 WD, exc.
cond., green, AM/FM/CD/
cass., loaded; $11,000
obo. 321-212-9716
GMC SIERRA 3500 SL -
1990, Clean, 454, 1 Ton
Dually, 8' Bed, Ext. Cab,-
Full Tow, A/C & all Extras
$7000/obo.321-289-3156
HONDA ODYSSEY -
2000, metallic gray, w/ all
the goodies, clean, runs
& looks good. $11,500.
321-631-1429 Rockledge
INTERNATIONAL BUS:
*Blue Bird, 1986, mid
size, use for anything.
Good working condition,
$1500.772-569-1582.



HAULMARK OPEN Top-
1g. 2 bike, 6'x10' w/ ramp,
chrome accessories, dia-
mond plate shield. New!
$1800.Call 321-626-2834
WORK/UTILITY Trailer:
Enclosed 'White, 2006,
6X10, great condition.
Hauls everything. $1000,
call 772-778-6849


SEACRAFT 23': Boat &
trailer, Twin I/O
reoutfitted in 2003, needs
new Head, T.T. 300hrs.
$8900, OBO. Or trade.
772-581-2925

SEAFOX '03 21', cuddy,
Canvas T-Top, 135 Merc
Opt, w/ Warranty, 2005
Trailer, All Electronics.
Pictures Avail. Via Email.
$17,000. 321-508-1908

TAHATSU OUTBOARD,
2.5hp, 2005, excellent
condition, low hours, ask-
ing $425. 321-632-5947

WAGONEER FLATS
Boat '00, 20ft, S/S Tow-
er, 115 HP Johnson, Mo-
tor Guide Trolling Motor,
Ready to Fish! $10950.
321-636-9898/720-8117




JOHNSON OUTBOARD-
140 HP, Runs Great, 2
Props, Power Tilt & Trim,
Rebuilt 5 years ago. in
Melb.$500.321-482-9298


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