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FRIDAY, May 4, 2007


City rejects waterfront development plans


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Harbor Gardens' modified site plan fails
to garner Melbourne council's support


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Local attorney
Jack Spira is frustrated after his
plans to build a waterfront condo
have been rejected twice by the
City Council.


A group of more than 25 resi-
dents who live ori the opposite
side of Elbow Creek from the site
have opposed the project from
the start. The neighbors have
attended each reading of the pro-
posed ordinance, asking the
council to deny Mr. Spira's


BY G.W. PoMICaTER
Staff writer
The regular 2007 legisla-
tive session ends today,
and while lawmakers have
conceded that property
taxes are too high, that is
all they seem to agree on.
The two halves of the
Florida legislature have
very different ideas. The
very aggressive House
proposal would essential-
ly rewrite the way taxes are
collected throughout the
state. The less ambitious
Senate plan would expand
existing tax exemptions
and create some new
ones, as well as make
homestead property tax


caps under Save Our
Homes portable.
In a 78-40 vote, the
Florida House of Repre-
sentatives approved its
version of a property tax
relief bill, but has adopted
much of the Senate posi-
tion throughout negotia-
tions.
The House plan is to
provide immediate relief
by rolling back property
taxes to 2001 levels. The
plan would significantly
reduce ad valorem taxes
on homesteaded proper-
ties.
Ad valorem taxes are
those collected through
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request to allow him to build
higher than code allows.
"We tried to put a nice project
together, but the (neighbors on
Whitmire Drive) made it diffi-
cult," said Mr. Spira.
"They should be careful of what
they wish for, because they will
surely get it," he said.
The city's code allows Mr. Spira
to build a 40-foot structure on the
property, located at the eastern


Robot Warriors


This Week


Members of south Brevard County's Team Voltage robotics team celebrate
cream party at Ben & Jerry's in Melbourne.


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a successful season during a free ice


Robotics team celebrates victories


WINNING TEAM
The Bradco team of
the Eau Gallie Little B8
League's Blue
League is closing the gap
down the stretch


Special
meals for
Moms


Grammy
Guru offers
easy recipe


Arlene Borg


ideas for fathers and
children to prepare a B6
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Index
Calendar A14
Classified B12
Community Notes.............. A13
Crossword B11
Dining Guide ........................ B
Horoscopes B1
Police Report ........................ AS
Sports B8
Community Notes.............. A13
Travel A12


Team Voltage places
second in division at
World Championship
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Nothing tastes as sweet as victo-
ry except, perhaps, a huge bucket
of Ben & Jerry's ice cream.
Team Voltage 386, a south Bre-
vard Robotics team, got to enjoy
both last week as they celebrated a
year's worth of victories during a
free ice cream party at Ben & Jerry's
in Melbourne.


More than 45 students, parents
and team mentors attended the
celebration.
The team won seven trophies
this year, including a second place
divisional medal in the World
Championships in Atlanta.
"Dude, I love it!" said Samantha
O'Brien, 16, from Satellite Beach
High School. "This has been the
best year."
Team Voltage competed against
86 teams at the World Champi-
onships, leading their division
until dropping the final match.
The .competition required the
robots to pick up inner tubes and


place the tubes on branches
extending from a tower in the mid-
dle of the playing field.
Two teams of three robots com-
pete against each other, trying to
win a three-dimensional game
resembling tic-tac-toe.
"We ended up getting double-
teamed," said Okie Baughman, a
retired Harris engineer, one of the
team's mentors. "We had a unique
way of creating a vacuum (to grab
the inner tube) and a unique con-
trol system for the robot, so we did
really well."


I See AWARD, A9


side of the Sarno Road-U.S.1
intersection.
He proposed to build a 60-foot
tall building to accommodate 60
condominium units. Mr. Spira
argued that a smaller footprint
provides more of a breezeway, so
passers-by could see Elbow
Creek.
The original plan proposed a U-
) See HARBOR, A2


FCAT


writing


scores


stable

Melbourne-area
schools above
state average
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staffwriter
The 2007 FCAT Writing
scores released last week by
the Florida Department of
Education showed only
minor fluctuations in Bre-
vard County.
The FCAT Writing test
provides a measurement of
student writing abilities and
assigns a score.
When compared with the
2006 scores, Brevard Coun-
ty Public School fourth
grade scores went down 0.1
points to a 3.9, eighth grade
went up 0.1 points to a 4.1,
and 10th grade remained at
4.1.
Within the Melbourne
and West Melbourne area,
Suntree and Quest Elemen-
tary posted the highest
overall mean writing scores.
Fourth grade level area
elementary schools scored
above the statewide aver-
age, except Sabal, Croton
and University Park ele-
mentaries.
On the eighth grade level,
West Shore Junior/Senior
High received the highest
overall score in the county,
with 99 percent of students
receiving an essay score of
3.5 or above.
"With the inception of the


I See SCORES, A3


ART FEST SUCCESS


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Lori Pitten Jenkins displays one of her watercolors, 'Fruit For
Thought,' in her booth during the 23rd annual Melbourne Art Festival last weekend.


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shaped building surround-
ing a courtyard with lush
landscaping and swim-
ming pool, Mr. Spira said.
After the council rejected
that proposal March 13, he
came back April 10 with a


proposal for a 55-foot
building, instead of a 60-
foot one.
Council members were
expecting Mr. Spira to
present a proposal to build
a 50-foot structure and
balked when he asked for
an additional five feet.
Mr. Spira argued that a
taller building could put


the same number of units
on a smaller footprint and
allow a better traffic con-
figuration for the intersec-
tion.
"We looked at it from an
engineering standpoint,"
said Mr. Spira.
A 50-foot cap would
require the builders to
construct a seawall and a


sharp ramp leading down
to an underground parking
garage, Mr. Spira said.
The seawall would likely
result in the death of a
cluster of tall shade trees
along the waterfront, he
said.
Council member Mark
LaRusso, who was absent
from the March 13 meet-


ing, questioned Mel-
bourne's planning and
economic development
director Cynthia Dittmer
about the project.
Mr. LaRusso asked
whether any other projects
in the area had been per-
mitted to build to 60 feet,
and if an approval could
open the floodgates for
more requests for
increased height.
Ms. Dittmer responded
that no other building in
the area had been permit-
ted over 40 feet, and there
was a possibility of setting
a precedent.
"I think there is evidence
to support denial," said
Ms. Dittmer. "There is also
evidence to support
approval."
Council members Cheryl
Palmer and Joanne Corby
agreed with Mr. LaRusso.
"I believe council mem-
ber LaRusso has very elo-
quently voiced my opin-
ion," said Ms. Palmer. "We
need to keep some unifor-
mity in this area."
Council members
Richard. Contreras and
Kathy Meehan were con-
cerned that a lower, wider
building would be more
unsightly than a taller, nar-
rower building.
"It could meet the code


and look like a box," said
Mr. Contreras.
"I don't want to see a
box," said Ms. Meehan.
Ms. Palmer interjected
that the original 60-foot
site plan had its own short-
comings.
"From all but one view
point, that (building) was
a box," said Ms. Palmer.
The council voted 5-2 to
deny the proposal, with
Mr. Contreras and Ms.
Meehan supporting the
proposal.
Following the meeting,
Mr. Spira was considering
his options. The council
approved his zoning
change request, giving the
site a C-1 neighborhood
commercial status.
He also received a con-
ditional use permit to
build a residential struc-
ture on the property.
The city has waived the
usual six-month waiting
period, allowing the
developer to return with a
residential plan for the
property that complies
with the 40-foot height
restriction.

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


Turtle watches


begin in June


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Turtle Watch 2007 is
scheduled to begin in
June.
This is an opportunity to
see a nesting loggerhead
turtle at local beaches.
Watches will be conduct-
ed daily except Thursdays
and Sundays in June, and
Monday, Wednesdays,
Friday and Saturdays in
July.
Watches meet at 8:45
p.m. for a brief program.
Participants will wait at


beach crossover points
with their guides, while
scouts search for a nesting
loggerhead. Watches may
last until midnight and
beyond.
Space is limited. Reser-
vations are required by
calling (321) 676-1701 or
visit the Sea Turtle Preser-
vation Society office, just
south o the intersection of
Highway 192 and Highway
A1A, adjacent to Kite
World. Hours are 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday to Satur-
day.


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Scores
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multiple choice (section
of the test), we were pre-
pared, but didn't know
how we'd do," said West
Shore principal Rick
Fleming.
"We do a lot of writing
activities across the cur-
riculum," said Mr. Flem-
ing. "You get a lot of prac-
tice when you're writing
essays even in social
studies."
Almost all area middle
schools scored above, or
near the statewide aver-
ages. Explorer Charter
School scored slightly
below the state average.
West Shore continued
to lead other schools on
the 10th grade writing
tests, receiving the high-
est mean writing score in
the county. Melbourne
High School scored
above the statewide aver-
age on all major bench-
marks.
District officials said
the percent of Brevard
students scoring at or
above grade level on the
FCAT showed little
change in the past year.
"Overall, I see this per-
formance as stable, after
two years of significant
gains," Brevard County
Public Schools Superin-


School FCAT Writing+ Results
2007 Data


tendent Richard DiPatri
said in a press release.
"We need to continue to
focus our attention on
writing, particularly at
the middle school level."
FCAT testing became
mandatory for Florida
schools as a part of for-
mer Gov. Jeb Bush's 1999
A+ Plan for education.
The tests are used by the
state to judge school per-
formance as well as indi-
vidual student progress.
Under the A+ plan,
schools are graded and
additional funds are
awarded to continue suc-
cessful programs at high-
er scoring schools, while
lower scoring schools are
eligible for financial assis-
tance to make improve-
ments.
Parents can access
their students' FCAT
Writing scores on the
FCAT Parent Network by
visiting www.fcatparent-
network.com.
A list of Brevard County
schools and scores is
published on page 3A.

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


Council seeks applicants

for Duke Salberg seat


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

WEST MELBOURNE
- Applicants are sought
for the council seat for-
merly occupied by Duke
Salberg.
The seat became avail-
able after Mr. Salberg
died last month.
Applicants must be
current West Melbourne
residents with at least


one year of residency in
the city. The applicant
must also be a registered
voter in Brevard County.
The deadline for appli-
cations is Friday, May 11.
For information, contact
the city at (321) 727-7700.
The council will
review applications and
interview candidates
during the May 15 regu-
lar meeting.


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City of Melbourne's
progress report on-line

MELBOURNE The city's population grew by
about 2 percent, and the city's boundaries grew by
about 699 acres last year, according to a quarterly
report posted on the city's Web site.
For residents eager to keep tabs on municipal activ-
ities, the city manager's quarterly progress report dis-
cusses growth, as well as major improvement plans
and public safety issues.
The eight-page report includes a four-page guide to
city services and a four-page update on government
activities.
The guide includes contact information for the
seven City Council members, and key phone num-
bers for city services, including utilities and code
compliance.
Information on construction projects, includ-
ing the new city hall, transportation, housing
and recreation is provided in the quarterly
report.
The report is available on the city's Web site,
www.melbourneflorida.org.
For additional information, contact Michael Moore
at (321) 953-6282.


BCC president eliminates four senior
administrative positions

Brevard Community College president James
Drake announced the elimination of four senior
administrative positions last month.
In a letter released by Jim Ross,'vice president for
advancement and public affairs, Mr. Drake said he
was eliminating the positions "in order to re-direct
funds to better serve our students."
Effective June 30, Mr. Drake has eliminated the
vice president for finance and administrative serv-
ices, the dean of professional development and cre-
dentialing, the dean of criminal justice and the
executive assistant to the district president.
"In the ensuing years, the funds (from the sav-
ings) ... will enable the college to create new full-
time faculty positions in critical-need areas, and to
increase wages for the lowest paid BCC employees,",
said Mr. Drake in his letter.
Mr. Drake was named BCC's president last
March. He served as interim president following
the sudden death of former college president,
Tom Gamble, who died from melanoma Nov. 8,
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municipal and county mill-
age. The proposal does not
include eliminating service
fees or school taxes.
At present, the Florida
League of Cities reported
that $30 billion is collected
statewide through ad val-
orem taxes in 2006, which
according to Senate docu-
ments, is 80 percent higher
than the $16.6 billion col-
lected in 2001.
League spokesman John


Wayne Smith said the house
plan would cut 36 percent,
or more than $11 billion in
2007-08, which would have
to be replenished by the
added sales taxes under one
of the most hotly con-
tentious elements of the
House plan.
"Floridians were adamant
that timid tweaks to the sta-
tus quo will not do," Speaker
of the House Marco Rubio
said in a press release. "Our
proposal is a bold idea that
provides comprehensive
reform."
"The house plan would


require statewide or county-
wide taxes for local services,"
said Mr. Smith. "Why
should the state raise rev-
enue for local police and
fire."
House conference com-
mittee chairman Dean Can-
non, R-Winter Park, told
committee members the
house's original plan would
to eliminate ad valorem
taxes in favor of higher sales
taxes would mean that own-
ers of homestead property
would no longer pay ad val-
orem taxes each year, but
Florida consumers would
pay an 8.5 percent sales tax
on purchases.
State Rep. Mitch Needel-
man, R-Melboume, met
with residents recently to
discuss the house plan.
"We are answering the
people's call for relief," he
said.
According to the Brevard
County Property Appraiser's
records, the full implemen-
tation of the original house
plan could save Rep. Needel-
man about $2,336 in county
taxes at his Melbourne
home.
But to generate that
amount through the added
2.5 percent sales tax, con-
sumers would have to spend
more than $93,000.
More than 300 people,
including many county
employees, attended a
meeting Tuesday with the
Brevard County Commis-
sion to discuss the impact of
tax reform plans.
Before the meeting, coun-
ty manager Peggy Busacca
said the amount of money
the county would lose
depends on which property
tax-reform plan gets


Proposed property tax rates under state rollback plan


City
City of Cocoa
Cocoa Beach
Indialantic
Indian Harbour Beach
Malabar
Melbourne
Melbourne Village
Melbourne Beach
Palm Bay
Rockledge
Satellite Beach
Titusville
West Melbourne


Current millage
4.571
3.580
4.331
4.368
1.397
4.508
4.538
2.633
4.600
4.950
5.900
4.819
1.590


Proposed millage
3.291
2.779
3.016
2.900
1.076
3.711
3.417
2.209
3.739
4.186
4.000
4.003
1.650


Difference
-28%
-22%
-30%
-34%
-23%
-18%
-25%
-16%
-19%
-15%
-32%
-17%
+4%


Millage calculations provided by the Florida League of Cities were calculated
based on the most recent conference committee counter proposals.
Note: Regular legislative session ends May 4. Impacts on municipal tax rates are
almost certain to change.


approved.
"We've been looking at a
30 percent cut, which is con-
sistent with the current plan
of the governor," she said.
"That would amount to $76
million, which would be
about a 30 percent reduc-
tion of our ad valorem
taxes."
The county collected $249
million in property taxes in
2006.
Cities are also tallying the
impact of the plans.
"Here in Indialantic, we
don't have the businesses to
generate enough sales tax to
replace what could be lost in
property taxes," said Indi-
alantic city councilman
Vince Benevente, who
attended the meeting.
Rep. Needelman said that
while no formula has been
established, the impact
would be minimum and
called the plan "revenue
neutral."
In Melbourne, city man-


ager Jack Schluckebier said it
was hard to plan until a
direction is chosen by law-
makers.
Mr. Schluckebier said Mel-
bourne could lose between
$2 million and $4 million
annually. Such losses
account for between 5 per-
cent and 10 percent of the
city's $40 million general
fund budget.
"It is still hard to really
know what we'll. do with
plans changing every day,"
he said. "What people need
to understand is that any
loss in revenue will have an
impact on services, though."
Mr. Smith said, however,
such changes would smaller
cities like those along the
Brevard County coast would
be the hardest hit by the
changes.
"Small cities that rely
more on property taxes ver-
sus assessments and fees are
impacted greater," he said.
While the aggressive
house. proposal has been
approved, it is still a long
way from becoming Florida
law.
Members of the State Sen-
ate have advocated a far less
aggressive proposal.
Mr. Smith said the senate
proposal would only cut 5
percent or 1.5 billion
statewide in 2007-08 by
rolling back tax rates and
freezing them in 2008-09.
But since the plan would
not replace revenues with
added sales taxes, local gov-
ernments would be forced
to cut spending.
Senate negotiators seem
unlikely to support a tax
swap.
"We should focus on the
art of the possible," said
state Sen. Mike Haridopolos,
R-Indialantic, indicating
that a tax swap is not likely to
be a part of any compro-


mise.
The senate plan also pro-
poses to double the home-
stead property tax exemp-
tion for first time home
buyers and alter the assess-
ment of rental properties to
base them on rental income
instead of the market value
of property.
Sen. Haridopolos is the
senate chairman of the con-
ference committee charged
with finding a compromise
between the two plans
before the May 4 end to the
2007 regular legislative ses-
sion.
Gov. Charlie Crist's office
has repeatedly said the fail-
ure of the legislature to find a
compromise by session's
end would trigger a special
legislative session.
As of press time, Gov.
Crist's office said it would
not speculate on the likeli-
hood of such a need.
Some reforms Gov. Crist
would like to see in any
compromise are tax rate
rollbacks comparable to
those before in 2001 to pro-
vide immediate relief to
frustrated taxpayers, a dou-
bled homestead exemption
and a $25,000 exemption for
first time homebuyers.
Both chambers of the
Florida legislature and the
governor also seem to agree
that caps on property
assessments such as those
provided by the state's con-
stitutional Save Our Homes
provision should be
portable.
House and Senate negoti-
ations have remained fluid
throughout the week, but as
of press time, no agreement
had been reached..

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


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Palm Bay Police
Department

Larry Junior Parker, 25,
of 497 Mercury Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged April 21
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Theodore Lawrence
Wells, 22, of 3700 Wood-
lane Drive, Palm Bay, was
charged April 21 with pos-
session of a controlled
substance and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Aramis Antonia Arjona,
51, of 3233 Terkelson Ave.,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 22 with battery-
domestic violence and
aggravated assault.
Nathaniel Durant, 39, of
3693 Lipscomb St., Palm
Bay, was charged April 22
with aggravated battery on
a pregnant person and bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Thersea Kimes Bent, 39,
of 2440 Emerson Drive,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 23 with aggravated
battery.
Anthony Charles
Bowens, 18, of 2440 Emer-
son Drive, Palm Bay, was
charged April 23 with bat-
tery.
Troy Jonathon Brown,
24, of 390 Evergreen St.,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 23 with two counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia, two counts of
failure to appear misde-
meanor and five counts of
violation of probation.
John Emmett Taylor, 39,
of 4445 Atwood Drive,
Orlando, was charged April
23 with child abuse and
battery.
Anetta D. Wellmaker,
24, of 506 Roberts St., Mel-
bourne, was charged April
23 with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
possession of cocaine,


possession of drug para-
phernalia and habitual
traffic offender driving on
a suspended license.
Daryl Bruce Glenn, 46,
of 1804 South Pine St., Mel-
bourne, was charged April
24 with arson of structure
or dwelling, three counts
of shooting or throwing a
missile into dwelling.
Jessica Lynn Hansbor-
ough, 25, of 104 Orchid
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged April 24 with bur-
glary, grand theft and traf-
ficking stolen property.
James Edward Shelton
Sr., 55, of 1026 Elmsford
St., Palm Bay, was charged
April 24 with trafficking
cocaine, possession of
cocaine, possession of
marijuana and felony pos-
session of controlled sub-
stance.
James Edward Shelton
Jr., 30, of 1026 Elmsford St.,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 24 with possession of
a firearm/concealed
weapon and possession of
stolen property.
James Fredrick Adams,
18, of 3242 Slama St., Palm
Bay, was charged April 25
with aggravated assault-
domestic violence.
Taurence Dennard
Gulilat, 23, of 3335 Wedge-
wood Drive, Palm Bay, was
charged April 25 with
aggravated assault-domes-
tic violence and violation
of probation.
Bradon Williams, 24, of
598 Dunn Ave,, Palm Bay,
was charged April 25 with
driving under the influ-
ence, driving under the
influence causing property
damage, driving while
intoxicated causing dam-
age to a person or property
and driving while license is
suspended.
Alexander Nocolas
Figari, 43, of 960 Carrot


Ave., Palm Bay, was
charged April 26 with
uttering a forged instru-
ment and grand theft.
Hector Garcia, 50, of
402 Empire Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged April 26 with
uttering a forged instru-
ment and grand theft.
Bryan Mathew Secor,
42, of 896 Abeto St., Palm
Bay, was charged April 26
with possession of
cocaine.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Joseph Robert Albani,
49, of 2105 North Highway
A1A, Indialantic, was
charged April 21 with bat-
tery-domestic violence. .
Dwight Humphry Best,
19, of 1015 Flower St., Palm
Bay, was charged April 21
with violation of proba-
tion.
. Stuart Henry Borgard,
50, of 236 Northeast Sec-
.ond Terrace, Satellite
Beach, was charged April
21 with felony failure to
appear and violation of
probation.
Anthony Darrin Gore,
19, of 861 Cashew Circle,
Barefoot Bay, was charged
April 21 with violation of
probation.
James Buddy Haddock,
41, of 900 Cross Lake Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 21 with habitual traf-
fic offender driving on a
suspended license.
Michael W. Hansen, 50,
of 2192 Canterbury Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
April 21 with violation of
probation.
Ryan Christopher
Kehoe, 18, of 538 Auignon
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged April 21 with
felony battery.
David Michael Slapak,


27, of 105 Sycamore Place,
Malabar, was charged April
21 with aggravated battery,
accident involving
death/personal injury and
failure to appear traffic.
Alan Richard Brzezins-
ki, 27, of 250 Liberty Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
April 22 with violation of
community control.
Shanna Nicole Butler,
22, of 759 Bianca Road,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 22 with driving under
the influence and child
abuse.
Claudia Y. Dankins, 41,
was charged April 23 with
felony failure to appear.
Kristen Alexandra Daw-
son, 24, of 192 Tramure
Place, Melbourne Beach,
was charged April 23 with
violation of community
control.
Ralph Azzardo Felder,
29, of 2842 Temple Terrace,
Melbourne, was charged
April 23 with being a fugi-
tive.
Ashley Nicole Ricketts,
28, of 959 Quail St., Palm
Bay, was charged April 23
with two counts of traffick-
ing of stolen property.
Jan Bruno-Edward Van
Meir III, 23, of 1191 Tiger
St., Palm Bay, was charged
April 23 with two counts of'
grand theft with firearm
and trafficking stolen
property.
Raymond Antonio, 45,
of 1678 Salzar Blvd., Palm
Bay, was charged April 24
with uttering forged
instrument, giving a false
name and habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Robert L. Dowell, 42, of
1828 Radnor St., .Mel-
bourne, was charged April
24 with lewd and lascivi-
ous behavior on a child.
Daniel Thomas Jack-
son, 39, of 1011 Reglia


Drive, Rockledge, was
charged April 24 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
James Ray Maples, 41,
of 7540 Sheridan Road,
West Melbourne, was
charged April 24 with
grand theft.
Doreen Anne Sanchez,
32, of 3460 Gatlin Drive,
Rockledge, was charged
April 24 with possession of
a controlled substance and
possession of cocaine.
Jason P Snair, 33,
address unknown, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
24 with felony failure to
appear.
Tommy Roger Vance,
31, of 712 Cecelia Drive,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 24 with aggravated
assault.
Elizabeth Ann Deluca,
51, of 75 Bossieux Blvd.,
West Melbourne, was
charged April 25 with traf-
ficking stolen property and
two counts of accessory
after the fact.
Daniel Lee Herron, 38,
of 2897 Hessey Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged April 25
with two counts of on site
violation of probation.
Nicholas John Linden-
berger, 28, of 2306 Lee Ave.,
Palm Bay, was charged
April 25 with burglary,
grand theft and grand theft


auto.
Tara Marie Messer, 27,
of 321 Gemini Drive, Satel-
lite Beach, was charged
April 25 with three counts
of violation of probation.
David Lee Millsap, 33,
of 1451 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 25 with lewd and las-
civious on a child.
Anne Marie Roman, 31,
of 9761 Dominican Drive,
Miami, was charged April
25 with worthless check
draft debit card delivery.
Tremayne L. Barton, 19,
of 436 Heathrow Circle,
Rockledge, was charged
April 26 with robbery-
home invasion.
Lynnette Colleen Clay,
53, of 130 Bouganvilla St.,
Rockledge, was charged
April 26 with felony driving
under the influence.
Keith Franklin Isaacs,
33, of 7630 Greenboro
Road, Melbourne, was
charged April 26 with vio-
lation of probation.
Kenneth William Lamb,
27, of 1414 Lallian Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
April 26 with two counts of
felony failure to appear.
Damon Phillip Orton,
27, of 2408 Colony Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 26 with violation of
probation.


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(321) 242-1276
or e-mail brevnews@hometownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements offact will be checkedfor
accuracy.


Don't dump waste into ocean

I wish to comment on the beauty and wonder of living
on the ocean in Cocoa Beach.
The second emotion is one of intense sadness at the
incremental destruction of this priceless asset.
I like to spend a couple of days a week surf fishing in
back of my condo.
Sitting in a folding chair near the surf with a 12-foot
rod next to me is a wonderful and peaceful activity.
Herons creep up and look in my bucket.
Gulls, shorebirds and pelicans go about their business
of making a living.
Sunrises and sunsets are always breathtaking.
More and more this time for me is saddening. Bits of
garbage wash up on the shore. An occasional piece of
same will slide up my fishing line.
One morning, two separate worn-out plastic bags
were caught on the fishing hook. One mess was a cou-
ple of torn bags tied together.
Not all the view is wonderful.
Usually, I see the gambling ship.
How can any elected official allow dumping of waste
from a ship near shore?
I have sat.on the beach day after day with a stiff wind
in my face coming from the ocean. The same wind
bringing waste to our beaches.
In my opinion, any elected official that favors garbage
dumping near our beaches should find another job.

Immigration issue legal problem, not moral

There are large demonstrations that are taking place
all around the United States regarding illegal immi-
grants.
Certain people are very angry that we want to protect
the borders of our great country.
It's been about 12 years since we had to start "pressing
1" to speak English when making a phone call in our
own country.
What's happening to us?
Congress is addressing issues of illegal immigration,
and may make it harder to sneak into our country ille-
gally. Certain people are angry and offended we want to
protect our borders.
Let me see if I understand the protesters correctly.
Say I was to break into your house.
Your house is in a really great neighborhood and
much bigger and grander than mine. You come home
and discover me and my family.
I say to you:
"What's the big deal?
"We have done all the things you and your family don't
like to do. We've mowed the grass, cleaned your house,
now all we want from you is to live in your house.
"You must make room for us and all my relatives who
are here, illegally.
"And you have to learn our language so we can com-
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to educate my kids, and we expect the same benefits you
Sand your family have.
"If you try and force us out, we will get all of our illegal
friends to picket your house.
"We are all really hard working and honest, except for
the breaking in part and being here illegally.
"This is a really good deal for us, after all, you have so
much and we want it too!"
What's wrong with this picture? Why can't people real-
ize this is a legal problem, not a moral problem?
It's a matter of enforcing the existing laws of our Unit-
ed States.
Wake up folks. Enough is enough.

Kudos to fundraising youths

Thank you for your story on the fundraiser for medical
research on syringomyelia ("Palm Bay student, family to
host fundraiser for medical research," April 6).
It is awesome to see young people giving back to socie-
ty.
There are so many disturbing stories about young peo-
ple today.
One starts to lose faith in the youth of tomorrow.
These young people are amazing. (Despite) their ill-
ness, they are there to reach out for others.
Kudos to their families for raising such well-balanced
children, and to their friends and everyone in the com-
munity for their support.
In attending the yard sale, I was amazed at how well
organized these young people were.
Bless you all for giving back.
You are an inspiration to us all.

Firefighters, police, teachers should have
affordable housing

I do not usually respond to editorials although my gut
reaction often says I should.
However, the selfishness and insensitivity of the April
13 rant, "Affordable Housing" requires a response.
I am a retiree and most appreciative of the protection I


receive from our firefighters, police officers and other
professionals and'realize the importance of teachers in
our society.
Although I was fortunate enough to purchase my
home when prices were more realistic, I could not do so
today.
To accuse the individuals noted above of crying and
wanting to buy luxury homes is beyond my belief.
The writer may have come from up North where these
wage earners could easily afford a home at Florida
prices (they can no longer do so in their home states
since prices have risen commensurately with each
region). The surge in prices make this difficult in the
current market with the salaries they earn.
In order for us to attract the best and the brightest, we
either need to offer them salaries that allow them to own
a home or provide affordable housing. To shirk this
responsibility will leave us continually understaffed in
these fields.
We keep hearing the public ask why we cannot find
good teachers, etc.
Well, how can you expect them to put up with the
abuse the public often gives them and not provide them
with either salaries or affordable homes to attract them
to our area?

Pare down non-essential government

Years ago when there was a story hot off the press or of
interest enough to catch public attention, the newsboys
would holler out, "Extra. Extra. Read all about it!"
Folks would clamor to buy the paper to read the latest
news or hottest tip.
The hottest item now is property tax relief.
Everyone wants it.
Some will lose their homes without it, but it seems very
few understand that it will never happen unless at least
three events occur.
The first event necessary to stop the hemorrhaging of
tax dollars is that folks must demand paring of govern-
ment.
County and municipal governments have been grow-

) See RANTS & RAVES, A7


Know difference
between assault,
semi-auto weapons
To the editor:
Firearm ownership igno-
rance is rampant is this
area.
Some people think any-
body can go to a gun show
or firearms dealer and buy
a semi-auto or automatic
weapon with no questions
asked.
Nothing could be further
from the truth.
These people are suffer-
ing from terminal igno-


rance.
Since 1934, people were
required to get a special
license from the Depart-
ment of Treasury to own an
automatic fire weapon. In
1938, after the Federal
Firearms Act was enacted,
only people with a Federal
Firearms License, costing
$200, can own an automat-
ic fire weapon, usually
restricted to collectors.
The 1934 restriction
came about due to the
Chicago gangland-style
slaying using the .45 cal-
iber Thompson sub-
machine gun.


Since 1986, importation
and manufacture of these
weapons for private use
has been prohibited
(Firearm Owners Protec-
tion Actalso known as the
McClure-Volkmer Act).
The AK47, a true automat-
ic fire assault weapon falls
under this restriction.
Nobody can buy a semi-
auto pistol, rifle or shot-
gun without FBI's NICS
(National Instant Criminal
Background Check Sys-
tem) check from any gun
show or firearms dealer.
People with felonies in
their background cannot


buy a gun; people
adjudged mentally incom-
petent cannot buy a gun.
In the case of Seung-Hui
Cho, he should have been
sent.to a mental hospital
by a judge who (instead)
only referred him to out-
patient treatment.
Had he gone to a mental
hospital, he would not
have been able to buy a
gun, since it would show
up on background check.
News outlet editorial
writers, including Florida
Today, are fond of using
the term "assault
weapon."


In the aftermath of Cho's
massacre, (someone)
made reference to assault
weapons in his broadcast.
These people wouldn't
recognize an assault
weapon if one fell on
them.
Let's examine what con-
stitutes each weapon type:
An assault weapon is
one capable of full auto-
matic fire, as well as semi-
auto fire. As long as you
hold down the trigger on
full auto, the weapon will
fire until the clip is empty.
A semi-auto weapon
like the ones many of us


own, fires just one shot
with each pull of the trig-
ger. The semi-auto guns
are not assault weapons,
no matter what the media
says.
So when you hear some-
one talking about assault
weapons, ask them if they
really know what they're
talking about.

Ira Adams
Melbourne

Editor's 'note: All facts
were verified through the
1986 Cumberland Law
Review.


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From page A6
ing exponentially with departments, divisions or agen-
cies that have absolutely nothing to do with essential
services.
The second necessary step to tax relief must be the end
of vast removal of land from the tax rolls to create critter
corridors, special habitat purchases for one single critter
species and massive expenditure of dollars to create
lakes.
Remember, when government removes land from the
tax rolls, it falls on the backs of ordinary folks to pick up
the slack. It matters not whether the expenditures are by
referendum or edict, the piper must be paid.
The third necessary step to tax relief must be the
recognition that there can be reasonable growth without
all the hype and hysteria of "paving over paradise" and
"loss of natural environment."
All the tax relief promises made do not amount to a
mole hill if taxpayers do not recognize the difference
between essential services and pleasure.
Parks are great.
Saving critters is great.
Rails to Trails is great.
Open space is great.
Problem is, these non-essentials are taking or will take an
enormous bite out of your pocket in one way or another.
The choice is in the voice of the taxpayers.
There is no magic bullet, only common sense.

Democracy not possible in Middle East
What made America think that any part of the Middle
East, with the exception maybe of Israel, would ever
become democratic?
That is the biggest lie in this whole fight.
(Democracy) isn't going to happen because (democra-
cy proponents are) between the Shiites and the Sunnis
and the other factions there, not to even mention other
neighboring countries.
They are just not that kind of.a nation. They are going
to fight and fight, and do it their way.
There has never been a democracy in those countries,
and I for one don't believe there ever will be.

Put guns inside schools
Once again, we as a nation are seeing the horrendous
outcome of our inability to see reality.
When will we learn?
Actions have consequences.
We ban weapons from our schools in an attempt to
make them safe when what we are actually doing is
declaring them free-kill zones.
The tragedy at Virginia Tech is a classic example of this.
We prohibit weapons in our schools and the law abid-
ing citizens comply.
However, the lawbreakers and the mentally deranged
do not and that is the problem. That is the reality that
we are not responding to.
Where in Brevard County can a sick mind go to shoot
some people?


Why won't a shooter go to the local shooting range and
start picking off the people there who are target practic-
ing?
He doesn't go there because he wouldn't last 10 sec-
onds.
Why doesn't he go to a police station where men and
women are armed and start picking them off?
Because he would not last long enough to enjoy the
killing.
What about the local high school?
There are lots of targets there, and no one there can have
a weapon.
It's the perfect choice for the sick mind.
The police will come swiftly. They always do.
However, the shooter is inside while they surround the
school.
Did you see the footage from Virginia Tech of the police
arriving and positioning themselves behind trees and cars
while in the background you hear repeated shots as the
killer shoots more college kids?
Someone with a weapon needs to be inside the building
taking down the gunman, not controlling the situation
outside the building.
My point is that we should continue to prohibit weapons
in school, but we should also install weapon-containing
lock boxes throughout the schools and train willing teach-
ers to use the secured weapons.
Just the knowledge that our schools and teachers are
ready to defend our children will probably be enough to
deter the shooter.
Should he choose to enter our school and attack our
children the teachers will be able to shield our kids, limit
the murder and even eliminate the threat before the police
arrive at the school.
We better see reality as it is and take action now, or
someday we may unnecessarily lose scores of our pre-
cious children to some maniac enjoying a "power rush"
before he shoots himself.

Don't just pick on Spanish channels
This is to the person who says (he) doesn't want to pay
for Spanish channels.
Well I am sure there are lots of channels on cable and
on satellite that people do not watch.
There are so many channels on television that it is hard
to watch every channel.
Now, why (does he) have to pick out and talk about the
Spanish channels.
I'm sure there are the other channels that (aren't)
watched. I'll bet they just skip the channel and don't
watch it, and don't say anything about it.
Now, why don't they just do the same thing with the
Spanish channels?

Say no to Spanish channels, nosy neighbors

Congratulations Rants & Raves and Hometown News.
Glad to see you won another award.
To the gentleman who is complaining about the Span-
ish speaking channels, I agree.
You're in America. Let's all speak English.
You can complain to your channel provider. The more


complaints they get, the more they may do something
about it.
To the lady with the nosy little neighbor ("Knock,
knock"), directness will probably be the best bet for you.
She comes over to borrow something, tell her no, you
do not have it. You are not her pantry or the neighbor-
hood grocery store.
If she needs for you to do a favor, tell her no. You can-
not do it; you're busy.
If she insists, then you may have to be a little stronger
with your language.
Coming to the door and being nosy with company is
the biggest no-no there ever is.
In my experience, do not answer the door after you're
your company comes in. Lock the door behind you.
If she persists, you may have to tell her directly to get
(leave you alone) and leave her standing there.
Directness always works.

No more crime news, please

We all agree that tourism helps makes Brevard County
and, indeed, Florida what it is.
We need tourists.
However, do you think the tourists appreciate seeing
pages full of all the crimes we commit, because the local
paper can't put any news in so they put every crime in
there?
And(Hometown News is) starting to follow suit. I used
to like it much better when we read about the restau-
rants, and I think the tourists would like to know where
to avoid going so they don't get a little poisoning occa-
sionally.
I think we should go back to those good old days and
fill up the paper with news instead of garbage.
Editor's note: Hometown News offers a balance of con-
tent from entertainment to features to advertisements to
even "Police Reports."In the age of crime news, we report
items from each community that are matters of public
record in order to inform the public.

Takes issue with water guidelines

Regarding the Garden Nook with Joe Zelenak, he is
apparently unaware that we are under a two-day-a-
week watering, and if it rains cut it off.
We've been under this for some time.
This has been a Brevard County policy ever since we
had the drought.
As you drive down the road, you'll notice that he prob-
ably has a great looking yard and he is going to limit his
watering to every other day instead of every day.
He needs to learn what the policy is and then obey it.
We are all going to be crying when our water bills go
through the roof because we have to get water through
the desalination process.
Editor's note: Joe Zelenack is a garden columnist for all
18 Hometown News publications on the East Coast of
Florida. He resides in Port St. Lucie County. Since water
restrictions vary according to community, please follow
the guidelines in your area. In Brevard County, residents
may water twice a week from 4 p.m. to 10 a.m. year
round.


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There will be three hours
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Free financial
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This will be followed by
the last session, a home
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2-5 p.m. June 4 at AmSouth
Bank.
All classes are free.
For information, call
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504-7600.

Business group learns
about travel

The West Melbourne
Business Association will
meet 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Wednesday, May 9, at Pic-
cadilly Cafeteria, Mel-
bourne Square Mall, New
Haven Avenue.
Geraldine Blanchard of
Global Tours and Travels
will speak.
For information, call Bill
Santore at (321) 298-9915
or Andy Arno at arnofin-
serv@aol.com.

Human resource
group meets May 10

The local chapter of the
Society for Human
Resource Management's
development luncheon
session will be at 11:30
a.m. May 10 at the Eau
Gallie Yacht Club, 100
Datura Drive, Indian Har-
bour Beach.
The, session is titled,
"Buildin a Recognition
Culture."
Cost is $20 for members
and $25 for non-members.
Register at
www.sbshrm.org.

Paralegals to learn
about adoption

The Brevard Paralegal
Association will have a
dinner meeting at 6 p.m.
Thursday, May 10, at
Imperial's Hotel and Con-
vention Center, 8298 N.
Wickham, Road, Mel-
bourne.
Charles Thurston will
discuss adoption.
The group is a local affili-
ate of the Paralegal Associ-
ation of Florida.
For information, call
Debra Clark at (321) 917-
0355.

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Women engineers
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The Society of Women
Engineers is sponsoring a
seminar, "Tools for Tech-
nology," Thursday, May 17,
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Hotel, Port Canaveral.
Nancy Stewart, vice pres-
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Hashagen to lead
ABC Supply district

ABC Supply Co. Inc. has
promoted Tim Hashagen
to South Florida district
manager.
That district includes a
store in Melbourne. ABC
Supply is a wholesale dis-
tributor of roofing, siding,
windows and other exteri-
or building products.
A resident of Lauderdale
by the Sea, Mr. Hashagen
joined ABC Supply in 1997.

Biamonte attends
MetLife training

Nicki A. Biamonte of
Space Coast Financial Asso-
ciates, Melbourne, recently
completed MetDESK
(MetLife's Division of Estate
Planning for Special Kids)
training.
Because of specific federal
tax laws and different state
laws, Biamone and others
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School board imposes pay-for-performance plan


Teachers' union,
district impasse
requires board
intervention
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
VIERA -The Brevard
County School Board
intervened in pay-for-per-
formance negotiations
when the teachers' union
and the district's labor
negotiators reached an
impasse last week.
The dispute hinged on
the school district's Special
Teachers Are Rewarded, or
STAR plan, for the 2006-07
school year.
Under the agreement,
certain classifications of
teachers were not eligible
to receive the bonus,
argued Anne Spencer,
president of Brevard Fed-
eration of Teachers, the
union representing all Bre-
vard County teachers.
Ms. Spencer also said
that the plan penalizes
otherwise outstanding


teachers who receive more
than one "satisfactory" rat-
ing in their annual per-
formance evaluations.
"We demanded to go
back to the table to discuss
things we deemed harm-
ful," said Ms. Spencer. "The
district rejected it, and
declared an impasse."
While both sides agreed
the pay-for-performance
plan had room for
improvement, the school
district was concerned that
any last-minute changes
could jeopardize $3.9 mil-
lion in state funding for the
district's top 25 percent of
teachers.
"We believe we have
bargained in good faith,"
said superintendent
Richard DiPatri. "Any
other action could likely
cause the teachers to lose
some or all of the $3.9 mil-
lion.
"We have a solid plan,
ratified (by the teachers)
twice," said Mr. DiPatri. "It
may not be perfect. There
is no perfect plan when
you take 5,000 people and
you give money to only


one-fourth, of the people."
Ms. Spencer countered
that a quick survey per-
formed by the Brevard
Federation of Teachers
found that of 1,976 of 2,078
were not in favor of the
current plan.
School Board members
balked at the plan pro-
posed by Brevard Federa-
tion of Teachers because
any changes would need to
be approved by May 1, or
the state could deny the
$3.9 in funding.
"Are you a gambling per-
son to the tune of $3.9 mil-
lion?" School Board mem-
ber Amy Kneessy asked
Ms. Spencer.
"This is more of a morale
boost than anything," said
Ms. Spencer. "There are
teachers who get out-
standing (overall ratings)
but have one 'needs
improvement.' What if
they had the highest stu-
dent gains?"
"This is pay-for-perform-
ance; it's not meant as a
morale boost," said Ms.
Kneessy. "This is the best
we could come up with,


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Several of the 35 students
on the team are home
schooled, and the others
attend Melbourne, Satellite
Beach, West Shore or New
Covenant Christian high
schools.
Rose Deffenbaugh, a sen-
ior home schooled student
from Palm Bay, was the stu-
dent team leader.
"This was my third year
on the team, and it was
pretty exciting," said Rose.
"I learned many leadership
skills including how to use
Microsoft Project."
When Matt Solomon,
owner of Ben & Jerry's at
1800 W. Hibiscus Blvd.,
Melbourne, heard about
the team's many accolades,
he decided to reward the
students with a free ice
cream party.
The students applauded
as Mr. Solomon and his
staff brought out buckets of
giant ice cream sundaes for
the party.
"We want to be active in
our community," said Mr.
Solomon. "We like to
reward people (who)
excel."
Because of Ben & Jerry's
corporate commitment to
saving the environment,
Mr. Solomon was happy to
hear the team won a Green
Machine Founder's award
for an alternative hydrogen
fuel cell energy source.
A subgroup of six Team
Voltage members worked
with Florida Institute of
Technology students and
faculty to build and test
the alternative energy
source.
"The Florida Tech guys
taught the students the do's
and don't of fuel cell safe-
ty," said Mr. Baughman.
The team's robot was one
of two Florida teams select-
ed by the non-profit organ-
ization, FIRST, to receive
the Founder's Award.
FIRST, or For Inspiration
and Recognition of Science
and Technology, encour-
ages students to pursue
degrees in the engineering
and sciences fields.
Chris Struttman, a 17-
year-old home-schooled
student, was one of the fuel
cell team members.
"It gets really fun," said
Chris. "Best of all, I didn't
blow myself up."
Riley King, 15, who is also
home schooled, worked
the controls for the'robot
during competitions.
"They call (my job)
manipulator. My mother
said that was a very fitting
name," Riley joked.
"It was absolutely great
when I could see a robot we
all worked on for weeks do
so well," said Riley.


The camaraderie of the
team members is evident
when they recite their
mantras.
"Charge up!" said Mr.
Baughman.
The group would reply in
unison, "Voltage!"
Their mentor then said,
"That was!"
And the team replied,


"Easy!"
The team gives credit to
the Staples office supply
company for the second
half of their cheer.

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and I'm not going to gam-
ble on $3.9 million."
School Board member
Larry Hughes was con-
cerned that all teachers
should be eligible to quali-
fy for the award.
"It is clear that the
board's intent is every
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gible)," said Mr. Hughes.
"But we can't risk $3.9 mil-


lion. My point is that we
need to move forward with
the STAR plan (that has
been approved by the
state's Department of Edu-
cation and State Board of
Education.)"
The school board voted
unanimously to proceed
with the current perform-
ance-pay plan for the
2006-07 year. Negotiations


(Syndicated News) Online social
networking has become the new thing to
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Social networking has become so popular
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'The latest online social network-
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for the 2007-08 year will
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the impact of immigra-
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Local leaders and stu-
dents gathered at Harris
Corporate Headquarters
last week to discuss the
ethical challenges to U.S.
immigration reform.
In his keynote address,
Emilo Gonzalez, director
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The problem, Mr. Gon-


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laws and cumbersome
clearance procedures.
"As a nation, we love
immigrants, but we hate
immigration," he said.
"We all love Mrs. Garcia,
the Spanish teacher, but
tell our government to
build that wall higher
because we don't want
any more Mexicans (to
cross the border)."
Mr. Gonzalez discussed
the benefits of the "guest
worker" program touted
by President Bush.
He explained that a suc-
cessful program requires
at least five "pillars:"
effective border control,
removal of illegal aliens
already in the country, a
temporary worker pro-
gram to legally hire for-
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illegal immigrants out of
the shadows and help in
assimilating new immi-
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point, that's 12 million
people we don't know
anything about."
Gene Hernandez, head
of national immigration
practice for the law firm
Holland and Knight,
asked Mr. Gonzalez why
the government took so
long to complete FBI
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"We get 7 million appli-
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percent is the size of a
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Mr. Gonzalez said many
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resolved end up in litiga-
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show them to the door,"
said Mr. Gonzalez. "How
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Business
From page A8


Nemours clinic
moves to Viera

The Nemours medical
clinic has moved out of its
Melbourne location and
into a larger facility in
Viera.
The new facility, 7000
Spyglass Court, Suite 120,
will provide the same spe-
cialties of nephrology,
urology, gastroenterology
and pulmonology. Plans
are being made to add
endocrinology by the end
of summer.
For information, call
(407) 650-7000.

Golf shop to carry
new junior clothing
line

The Majors Golf Shop,
3375 Bayside Lakes Blvd.
SE, Palm Bay, will feature a


new junior line of clothing.
S&J 18th Tees Inc.
designs clothing for, junior
golfers wearing size 10-16.
The company was started
by two junior golfers and
their mother.
The line features bright
colors and styles that are
conservative enough to
wear off the course.
For information, call
(321) 952-9999. ,

Frost to lead
Mercedes Homes new
department

Mercedes Homes has
named Tim Frost to lead
their new Architect and
Engineering Services
Department.
As vice president for this
department, Mr. Frost will
bring new trends to the
market in less time.


He had worked at Pulte
Homes in Chicago, BSB
Design in Chicago and
Tamp, D.R. Horton Homes
in Virigina and Ashton
Woods Homes in Atlanta.
He joined Mercedes
Homes in January 2006.

VR Business Brokers
opens in Melbourne

VR Business Brokers is
open in Melbourne and
will serve Brevard County.
The company, 2226
Sarno Road, Suite 107, will
provide services for selling
or buying a business, and
will provide business valu-
ations and consulting.
The Melbourne office is
lead by Charles E. Bantos.
For information, call
(866) 576-3315 or (321)
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He advises employers
to take advantage of elec-
tronic database, called
Basic Pilot, created by the
government to check the
status of immigrant work-
ers.
Florida Institute of
Technology president
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tified the problem.
"We have the golden
door to the most demo-
cratic, most powerful
nation in the world," said
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surprise so many want to
come here?"
Mr. Gonzalez offered
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argue the United States
should close all borders.
"The day America stops
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Arrest uncovers

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Victims from west Melbourne, Palm
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Police uncovered more
than $100,000 in stolen
property following a
police stop last week.
Nicholas John Linden-
berger, 28, of 2306 Lee St.,
Melbourne was charged
April 25 with burglary,
grand theft and grand
theft auto after leading
police to the stolen mer-
chandise.
A Palm Bay police offi-
cer stopped Mr. Linden-
berger when he rode his
bicycle in front of the offi-
cer's car April 24. When
questioned, police dis-
covered Mr. Lindenberg-
er's backpack was full of
jewelry, said West Mel-
bourne Police Depart-
ment public information
officer Cmdr. Steve
Wilkinson.
Police discovered a war-
rant for Mr. Lindenberg-
er's arrest stemming from
a burglary of a safe and a
Rolex watch.
After questioning, Mr.
Lindenberger told police
more stolen merchandise
was stored at a house in


West Melbourne.
"Lindenberger's crime
spree, as far as we can
determine, involves vic-
tims in West Melbourne,
Melbourne, Melbourne
Village, Palm Bay and
unincorporated areas of
Brevard County," said
Cmdr; Wilkinson, in a
press release.
Mr. Lindenberger is
believed to be responsible
for at least two business
burglaries, four residen-
tial burglaries one purse
snatching and a theft of a
safe with more than
$100,000 in jewelry in
West Melbourne, Cmdr.
Wilkinson said.
Anyone who may be a
victim of Mr. Lindenberg-
er is asked to contact
their local law enforce-
ment agency.
"Right now, we are try-
ing to match the stolen
property with the victims
and businesses," said
Cmdr. Wilkinson.
Contact Gretchen
Sauerman at (321) 751-
5961 or e-mail her at
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Some of the stolen items
uncovered after the arrest of
Nicholas Lindenberger
include TVs, computer
equipment, cell phones and
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It was a good plan until
my flight was delayed in
Cairo, causing missed
flights and lost luggage
for three days.
Also, I had picked up
the early stages of the flu.
So I was thrilled when I
finally landed at the tiny
airport of Nelspuit,
considered the gateway
to the South African
bush.
After two stressful days,
I could have wept at the
peaceful beauty sur-
rounding me.
I certainly wasn't in
Cairo anymore!
Then I was driven to
the cozy Crocodile
Country Inn, where I was
given the bridal suite and
treated like a queen.
After a day of down
time, I was ready to
explore.
Fritz, who owns Gogo
Phansi Tours, took me on
what's called the
"panoramic tour" in his
BMW.
Everything was so lush
as we visited charming
places like Hazyview,
Pilgrims Rest, Blyde River
Canyon, Gods Window :
and Sudwala Caves.
Fritz was a kind,
knowledgeable guide:
whom I'd highly recom-
mend.
Besides the normal


sights, he noted how
fascinated I was with the
colorful black townships.
So, the next day on our
way to Kruger National
Park, he purposely took
me through many of
them.
Next time I must visit
some of the surrounding
tribal villages and tour
Soweto.
Eventually we arrived
at Kruger and I liked
everything I saw, from
the riverside cabins, to
the tents, to restaurants
and stores. A stay there
looked like a fun, afford-
able way to go on safari.
The only problem with
Kruger is the roads are
paved, restricting you
from going off-road in
search of animals.
But let me tell you, I
saw some of the best
game of my whole trip
that afternoon.
Fritz and I quickly saw'
12 species including
impala, giraffe, ele-
phants, monkeys,
warthogs and zebra.
Then we saw a safari
vehicle stopped up ahead
watching two female
lions dozing on the side
of the road. I just knew
there were cubs and
suddenly three walked
right out in front of us.
Eventually, their mothers
followed, but not before
we'd spent a half hour
watching them. As we left
the park and headed to

my lodge, we were even
graced by a leopard
crossing our path.
My home for two
nights was Inyati Game
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place with lovely
canopied beds and big
bathrooms.
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and the dinners in the
sandy boma (campfire
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everything so much fun.
We saw lots of animals
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giraffes, zebra and
buffalo.
The most amazing
experience was when our
safari vehicle lumbered
up onto a huge rock. Our
tracker had seen two
male lions approaching.
Warned to stay still, we
were fine until two
females followed and
circled our open vehicle
within inches. We all
gasped, but eventually let
out a sigh of relief when
we realized they just
wanted to sun them-
selves on the rock.
Then 10 cubs of various
ages came out from the
bushes to join their
parents. So, for the next
hour, we sat circled by
our lazy lion family,
taking photos and being
totally enthralled by the
experience.
Soon it was time to
leave Inyati and head to
my next lodge called Sabi
Sabi. It was an exquisite
place with huge suites,
great service and elegant
restaurants all overlook-
ing the bush.
As I was eating lunch, I
introduced myself to a
couple and found out
that Renee was a local
travel agent and thus a
great resource.
We were assigned the
same game drives and
soon became insepara-
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On our first drive we
saw elephants, leopards
and a large pride of lions
before we ended after
dark.
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we saw giraffe, elephants,
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personal lion count
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Next I stayed at Lion
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As my time in South
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getting sicker.
Generously, Renee and
her husband insisted I
cancel my hotel and stay
with them in Johannes-
burg.
Still I had to drag
myself onto the plane the
next day for my long
flight home, praying
there would be no more
delays or lost luggage.
There weren't.
When I think back on
the wonderful things I
saw in South Africa and
the kind people I met, I
can't wait to return.
I am proud that I didn't
let illness, lost luggage or
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Mostly I am pleased
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CoumNunity Notes


Women who've lost
mothers invited to event
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pice is sponsoring "A
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whose mothers have died
are invited to attend this
event. Bring a photo of
your mother to share.
The event is free.
Lunch will be served.
Reserve a spot by May 7
by calling Debbie at 9321)
724-0060, Ext. 23.

Kids club honors
mothers May 5

Melbourne Square Mall's
Kidgits Club will host a
High Noon Tea and Tunes
event to honor mothers,
grandmothers and special
women.
The event will be noon to
2 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at
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The event is free for Club
members. Non-member
cost is $5.
There will be refresh-
ments, games, and music
by the Space Coast Area
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10th annual Youth Music
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For reservations, call
(321) 727-8062 or e-mail
ddonovan@simon.com.

Prime Time seniors
meet May 7
Prime Time, a social
group for seniors, will
meet at 11:30 a.m. Mon-
day, May 7, at Temple
Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew
Drive, Viera.
Bring lunch. Dessert and
beverages are provided.
For information, call
(321) 636-3484.

Science chat looks
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A Science Caf6 Chat is
scheduled 6-8 p.m. Tues-
day, May 8, at the Pizza
Gallery and Grill at The
Avenue Viera.
For reservations, call
(321) 633-0397.
The event is free.
David Carroll, associate
professor for the Depart-
ment of Biological Sci-
ences at Florida Institute
of Technology, will discuss
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Spending $2.7 Billion to
Decode the Human Genet-
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Chats are sponsored by
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Military officers
group meets May 10
The Space Coast Chapter
of the Military Officers'


Association of American
will meet at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 10, at Royal
Oak Country Club, 2150
Country Club Drive,
Titusville.
Steve Allender, an attor-
ney specializing in elder
affairs, will speak.
For details, call Stan Dlu-
gopolski at (321) 267-7963
or Joe Robinson at (321)
383-4424.

Fiesta Brevard
scheduled May 11
The third annual Fiesta
Brevard is scheduled 5:30-
8:30 p.m. Friday, May 11, at
the Holiday Inn Cocoa
Beach Oceanfront Resort,
Highway A1A.
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Salsa competition, live
entertainment, Fiesta Hat
Parade and Contest, and a
showcase of nonprofit
organizations.
Tickets are $10 in
advance and $15 at the
door. Tickets are available
at the Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce,
400 Fortenberry Road,
Merritt Island.
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food tickets. A cash bar will
be available.
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ticipant in the salsa contest,
call (321) 459-2200 or visit
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Club Esteem plans
Tribute to Excellence'

Club Esteem has sched-
uled "A Tribute to Excel-
lence" at 1 p.m. May 12 at
the Gleason Center for the
Performing Arts, on the
campus of Florida Institute
of Technology, 150 W. Uni-
versity Blvd., Melbourne.
SA dance recital is
planned at 1 p.m., with a
reception at 2 p.m. and
keynote speaker at 3 p.m.
Kendall Moore will
speak.
Tickets are $10 in
advance and $12 at the
door. Members are admit-
ted free.
For information, call
(321) 409-8942.

Starfleet chapter
conducts monthly
meetings

The USS Relentless, a
chapter of Starfleet Inter-
national, meets 7:30-8:30
p.m. second Mondays in
the main meeting room,
Degroodt Memorial
Library, 6475 Minton Road
SSW, Palm Bay.
The chapter's meeting
are open group-style for all
fans of science fiction and
fantasy, not just Trekkers.
For information, call
(321) 952-7187 and leave a
message, or e-mail
co@ussrelentless.com.


Spaces available on
trip to Europe
The Brevard Antiques
and Collectors Club is
planning its fourth annual
trip to Europe, scheduled
Aug. 23 to Sept. 4.
Limited spaces are avail-
able.
The trip includes visits to
London and France for the
largest flea markets in
Europe.
For information, call
Linda at (321) 752-4510.

BCC summer
registration ends
May 12

The Brevard Community
College summer class
schedule is now available.
The term is May 14 to
Aug. 6.
Registration and walk-in
registration is now through
May .12.
Schedules are available
at all campuses.
For information, call
(321) 433-5028, Titusville;
(321) 433-730, Cocoa; (321)
433-5512, Melbourne; and
(321) 433-5176, Palm Bay.

Wuesthoff hosts
Mother's Day Tea

Wuesthoff for Women will
host its second annual
Mother's Day Tea celebra-
tion 3-4:30 p.m. Saturday,
May 12, at the Heritage Isle
Clubhouse, 6800 Legacy
Boulevard, Viera.
This is a free event for all
Go Red for Women mem-
bers in Brevard County.
Included are food, desserts,
chocolate fountains, car-
diovascular screenings and
educational presentations
by local cardiologists, Dr.
Craig Turner and Dr. Nancy
Johnson.
The event is co-sponsored
by the American Heart
Association.
To join the campaign or
reserve a seat, call (321)
255-3557. Seating is limited.

Mothers admitted
free to zoo May 13

Brevard Zoo is offering
free admission on May 13
to mothers who bring
proof of a child.
The zoo is east of Inter-
state 95 on Wickham road
in Melbourne. Hours are
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Parking is free.

Genealogical society
meets May 14

The Brevard Genealogi-
cal Society will meet at
9:30 a.m. Monday, May 14,.
at the Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
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FRIDAY, MAY 4

Garage sale: 8 a.m. to 3
p.m., Country Acres Chil-
dren's Home, 151 E.
Garfield, Cocoa Beach.
Sponsor: Eastern Star.
Collectors meeting: 10
a.m., Suntree/Viera
Library 902 Jordan Blass
Drive. Discussion: "Fakes
and Reproductions." Bring
item to discuss. Brevard
Antiques and Collectors
Club. Linda, (321) 752-
4610.
* Singles group: 1 p.m.,
Roberto's Little Havana
restaurant, 26 N. Orlando
Ave., Cocoa Beach. Single,
Separated, Widowed and
Divorced group at Church
of Our Savior. (321) 799-
4720 or (321) 213-6629.


Academic gala: 6-9
p.m., Holiday Inn Express,
Cocoa. Semi-formal, live
music. $20. (321) 720-0993
or (321) 693-9916. Spon-
sor: Zion Orthodox
Church.
Teen Night: 8-11 p.m.,
Sandrift Community Cen-
ter, 585 N. Singleton Ave.,
Titusville. Free. For teens
in grades 7-12. Music,
dance contest. Pizza and
soda available for pur-
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Community garage sale:
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Kiwanis
Island Park gym, 951 Kiwa-
nis Island Park road, Merritt
Island. Tables cost $10.60.
(321) 455-1380.
Car wash: 9 a.m. to 2
p.m., Armstrong Chiroprac-
tic Clinic, across from Lori
Wilson Park on Highway
A1A, Cocoa Beach. Sponsor:
Cocoa Beach Elks Lodge
and Kiwanis Club. Benefits
Cocoa Beach high schools.
Melbourne Beach
Founders Day: Arts and
crafts sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ryckman Park. Food, bever-
ages, beer tent, music, tal-
ent show, bocce tourna-
ment, antique car display.
Kids fishing contest, 9-11
a.m., $2 entry fee. Surfing
contest, 8 a.m., $10 entry
fee. (321) 724-5860.
Spring Orchid Fair: 9
a.m. to 5 p.m., Azan Shrine
Center, 591 W Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne. Orchids,
supplies, products, gifts.
Free seminars every hour
on the half hour. Free litera-
ture. Adults, $4. Children, 12
and younger, free. Brevard
County Orchid Society.
Speaker schedule,
www.thebcos.org.
Swap, buy, sell show: 10
a.m. to 2 p.m., Pelican
Beach Club, 1495 Highway
A1A, Satellite Beach. Host:
Brewery Collectibles Club.
Beer advertising, beer cans,
coasters, trays, glassware,
signs, etc. Bob Taylor, (321)
242-4948, or George Arnold,
(321) 254-5831.
World's Greatest Baby
Shower: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
atrium and Conference
Center, Parrish Medical
Center, 951 N. Washington
Ave., Titusville. Free to new
and expectant parents.
Educational resource fair.
40-plus exhibits. Medical,
safety presentations. (321)
633-1702 or (321) 952-4536,
Ext. 25.
* Mother's Day Remem-
brance: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
One Senior Place, 8085 Spy-
glass Hill Road, Viera. For
women older than 18


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whose mothers have died.
Free. Lunch served. RSVP
by May 2. VITAS Bereave-
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(321) 752-2534. (321) 751-
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Disaster showcase: 10
a.m. to 6 p.m., Searstown
Mall, 3550 S. Washington
Ave., Titusville. Learn how
to prepare for hurricane
season, about pool safety,
the Vial of Life, automated
extern defibrillators and
other emergency medical
topics. (321) 255-1886
Democrat meeting:
North Brevard Democratic
Woman's Club, spring lunch
and auction, 11 a.m., San-
drift Community Center,
585 N. Singleton Ave.,
Titusville. $25. Mae Math-
ews, (321) 269-9993. Billie
Aldridge, (321) 267-8495.
Zumba premiers: 11
a.m., Central Brevard Public
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa. Wear comfortable
shoes.$5. (321) 633-1792.
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p.m., Melbourne Square
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Ages 6-21 perform instru-
mental, vocal and dance
pieces.
Junior Nationals' 9-Ball
Qualifier: Noon, The Gold-
en Cue, 297 N. Babcock St.,
Melbourne. $20. Winner
receives paid entry to Junior
Nationals in Minnesota.
(321) 254-5477. Divisions:
boys 19 and younger, boys
14 and younger, girls 19 and
younger.
High Noon Tea and
Tunes: Noon to 2 p.m., Mel-
bourne Square Mall. Spon-
sored by Kidgits Club. Hon-
ors mothers. Members, free;
non-members, $5. Food,
games. Music by Space
Coast Area Pops, 10th
annual Youth Music Festi-
val.
TuesNite Cruise In: 4-8
p.m., downtown Titusville.
More than 300 cars, trucks


and motorcycles. Antique,
modem and classic. Free.
Sponsors: Spaceport Cycles
and Chamber of Com-
merce. (321) 267-3036 or
Johnson@titusville.org.
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta: 4-
10 p.m., Lower Level Teen
Center, 840 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa. Ages 12-18. Games,
music, food. $5, includes
dinner at 6 p.m. (321) 433-
4432.
Golden Tones concert: 6
p.m., Greater Palm Bay
Senior Center, 1275 Culver
Drive N.E.
Spring dance: NAACP
Cocoa Lodge 55, 9 p.m. to 1
a.m., West Cocoa Recera-
tion Center. BYOB. Semi-
formal. $8 advance, $10 at
door. Calvin, (321) 266-1483
or Larry, (321) 749-4878.

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Trust for Historic Preser-
vation.
The half-hour documen-
tary explores the develop-
ment of Brevard Heritage
Park, which is being creat-
ed behind the Titusville
campus of BCC.
Historic buildings in
danger of being torn down
are being relocated to the
park and preserved as
educational facilities.
The, program chronicles
the relocation of the struc-
tures and examines their
significance to local histo-
ry.
Ben Brotemarkle, profes-
sor of humanities and
department chair at BCC,
is the writer, producer,
and host of the documen-
tary.
"When Brevard Heritage
Park is finished, it will pro-
vide outstanding educa-
tional opportunities. for
BCC students and the gen-
eral public," Brotemarkle
said. "It will be one of best
facilities of its type in the
state and the region."
Brotemarkle will receive
the Florida Trust award
May 17-19 in Sarasota. He
will accept the Florida
Historical Society award at
its annual meeting, May
24-27 at the Belleview Bilt-
more Resort in Clearwater.
"Brevard Heritage Park:
The Future of the Past"
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From page A14
Shrine Center, 591 W. Eau
Gallie Blvd., Melbourne.
Orchids, supplies, prod-
ucts, gifts. Free seminars
every hour on the half
hour. Free literature.
Adults, $4. Children, 12
and younger, free. Brevard
County Orchid Society.
Speaker schedule,
www. thebcos.org.
* Turtle Splash & Family
Bash: Noon-3 p.m., pre-
Splash activities. 3 p.m,
grand parade, Turtle Splash.
Gleason Park, Indian Har-
bour Beach. Benefits the
Morgan Project. Children's
contests, live music, car
show, games, food, clowns,
facepainting. Sponsor a tur-
tle for $5 or five for $20.
www. turtlesplash.com.
* Stroll-n-Roll: 1-mile
course. Check-in, 12:30
p.m. Start, 1:30 p.m., Kiwa-
nis Island Park, 951 Kiwa-
nis Island Park Road, Mer-
ritt Island. Benefits Special
Olympics. Sponsors: Bre-
vard County Parks and
Recreation and Brevard
County Special Olympics.
Nancy Taback, (321) 455-
1380, or Karen Rood, (321)
693-7904.
* Greyhound event: Noon
to 3 p.m., PetSmart, 1800


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Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Aisha Thomas, 6, works on a piece of pottery she created during the
23rd annual Melbourne Art Festival last weekend. Brevard Museum of Art and Science
School hosted a pottery wheel demonstration during the festival.


Evans Road, Melbourne.
Greyhound Pets of America
members promote adop-
tions.
* Holocaust play: "I Never
Saw Another Butterfly." 2
p.m. at the Upper School,
Holy Trinity Episcopal


Academy, North Wickham
Road at Pineda Causeway,
Melbourne. $5 at door.
* Golden Tones concert: 3
p.m., Greater Palm Bay
Senior Center, 1275 Culver
Drive N.E.
* Benefit concert, come-


dy show: 5 p.m., Merritt
Island High School. Fea-
tures gospel singer Vicki
Winans and comedian
Terry Harris. Benefits
Devon Hayes Scholarship
Foundation. $25. (321) 453-
0533.


MONDAY, MAY 7
Prime Time: Senior social
group. 11:30 a.m., Temple
Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew
Drive, Viera. Speaker: Judge
AB. Majeed. Bring lunches.
Dessert and beverages pro-
vided. (321) 636-3484.
* Health screenings: Blood
pressure, blood sugar. 2-4
p.m., Walgreens, Eau Gallie
Boulevard at U.S. 1, Mel-
bourne. No appointments
needed. (321) 752-7550.
* "Surveying the Jihad:
Dealing with the Middle
Eastern Conflict:" 6:30 p.m.,
Suntree/Viera Library, 902
Jodan Blass Drive. Speaker:
glen Chancy. Sponsor: New
Millennium Club. Greta,
(321) 255-0619.
* Adoption information:
6:30-8:30 p.m., Franklin T.
Degroodt Public Library,
6475 Minton Road, Palm Bay.
Learn about adoption and
foster parenting. Childcare.
Refreshments. Free. Register:
Linda Graham, (321) 634-
3500, Ext. 362 or
Igraham@childcarebrevard.c
om; or www.fosterflorida.org.
* Weather spotting class: 7
p.m., Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa.Free. Melbourne
Teacher: Dennis Decker,
National Weather Service.
Free.


TUESDAY, MAY 8
The Barefoot Contessa:
Film and discussion. 1-4
p.m., Friendship Fellow-
ship of Pineda, 3115
Friendship Place, Rock-
ledge. Free. (321) 773-4745.
* Science Caf6 Chats: 6-8
p.m., Pizza Gallery and
Grill, The Avenue at Viera.
"We Spent $2.7 Billion to
Decode the Human Genet-
ic Code. What Did We Get
For It? Speaker: David Car-
roll, associate professor,
Department of Biological
Sciences. Sponsors: Bre-
vard Zoo and Florida Insti-
tute of Technology. Reser-
vations, (321) 633-0397.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9

* Make a Mother's Day
gift: 10:45-11:45 a.m., Cape
Canaveral Public Library,
201 Polk Ave. $5. Register at
(321) 868-1101. Ages 5 and
older.
* Adoption information:
6:30-8:30 p.m., Central Bre-
vard Public Library, 308 For-
rest Ave., Cocoa. Learn
about adoption and foster
parenting. Childcare.
Refreshments. Free. Regis-
ter: Linda Graham, (321)
634-3500, Ext. 362 or Igra-
ham@childcarebrevard.com
; or www.fosterflorida.org.


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You must follow the map to discover paradise


Everyday you get new
messages in your
inbox.
Some you delete before
reading.
Some you read and let
go.
Others you like enough
to forward to a friend.
But there are those very
special messages that you
just can't quite seem to let
go.
Day after day, it's right
there in front of you just
waiting to be deleted. It
might even get in your
way.
Occasionally, you'll take
the time to read it, but
whether you do or not, it's
just comforting to know
it's there.
So you save it again and
again.


There is something in it
that makes a difference, it
brightens your day. Let's
you know that you are
loved, that you are valued,
that your work hasn't gone
unnoticed.
It's amazing that in this
cyberspace world we can't
seem to get away from the
written text.
We might try some
different technology for a
while, but we always end
up text messaging.
Maybe we shouldn't be
so surprised. It was Jesus
who spoke the words "for
it is written" when facing
challenges from the
enemy and his text mes-
sages are still our answer
today.
When we are facing
challenges in this life, we


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too must go to the text.
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creator of all things.
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knew full well that it was
David who wrote the
Psalms, but gave the credit
to the Holy Spirit instead.
That is because the Bible
is a God-written book. If
we can place this fact in
the tablet of our hearts we
can live out of this truth. If
the Bible is the written
word of the Almighty God
then the text is of the
utmost importance to our
lives.
The one who created us
also gives us the text, a
map if you will, to use as
we are on our journey.
Last month my wife and
I woke up early on a
Saturday morning wanting
to take our boys on a
boating adventure.
We had found a place on
a river map that was about
20 miles north of us and
we thought it would be fun
to find it. This was an area
of the river that I had
never been before so I was
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adventure without a little
of the unknown.
On the map, there was
this area with the smallest
sliver of land that was
between the lagoon and
the ocean. We thought it
would be amazing to find
that place of paradise and
spend the day playing
there, back and forth from
river to ocean via the boat.
The lagoon is known for
being unpredictable and
shallow in many areas, but
we felt rather confident
because we had a map
that was quite detailed
right down to the water
levels. It was an old map,
but it was perfectly true.
Everything was new that
day the dock, the water,
everything.
Although we were just a
few miles from where we
live, we were definitely in
new territory.
As I put the boat in at the
dock, a man took some
interest in my family. He
asked where we were from
and where we were going.
I saw the opportunity to
glean some information
from him and took it. I
asked if he knew the
waters.
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I told him we were on a
bit of an adventure and he
smiled and said, "Whatev-
er you do don't go left of
the channel, it's dangerous
there."
We smiled and said
goodbye.
As I drove us toward our
destination of Paradise, I
realized that I had to go
left to get to where we had
decided to go.
Right there, I had to
Make a choice, do I trust
the map to get me to
paradise or do I turn back,
disappoint the family and
- end the adventure?
The story ends well, we
went for it and found it.
What a day we had in
paradise.
We each face these kinds
of decisions in our every-
day lives.
Are we going to trust
what is written to get us to
paradise or are we going to
listen to the local's secret
that will keep us from it?
This is life.
Follow the map.

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


North Wickham Road at
Pineda Causeway, Mel-
bourne.
Tickets are $5 at the
door.
The play focuses on
Terezin, a former military
garrison set up as a ghetto,
from 1942-45. More than
15,000 Jewish children
passed through this prison
on the way to the gas
chambers at Auschwitz.
When Terezin was liber-
ated in May 1945, only
about 100 children were
alive.
The play focuses on Raja
Englanderova, who lived
through it all.
The production features
50 junior high actors.

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that won't heal.
Other free screenings will
check for abdominal aor-
tic aneurysms and carotid
artery problems.
For information, call
(800) 522-6363.

Turf care workshop
planned May 16

A turf care workshop for
homeowners is planned 10
a.m. to noon Thursday,
May 16, at West Melbourne,
Library, 2755 Wingate
Blvd.
Cost is $5 a person.
For information, call
(321) 633-1702.
Sponsors are Brevard
County Agriculture and
Extension Service and the
University of Florida Insti-
tute of Food and Agricul-
tural Sciences.

Learn about native
plants for your yard

The Conradina Chapter
of the Florida Native Plant
Society presents a seminar
on "Cultivating New and
' Rare Natives for Landscap-
ing and Restoration."
The event will be at 7
p.m. Monday, May 14, in
the Melbourne Public
Library, Fee Avenue.
Kari ruder, owner of
Naturewise in Cocoa, will
lead the seminar.
The event is open to the
public.

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Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Bring blankets or folding
chairs. Food and beverages
will be available; no cool-
ers will be allowed.
Proceeds benefit Resur-
rection Ranch Ministries,
Melbourne.
Performing are praise
bands from Merritt Island,
Melbourne, Indialantic
and Cocoa Beach.

Academy presents
play on Holocaust
children's prison

The Drama Department
of Holy Trinity Episcopal
Academy is presenting "I
Never Saw Another Butter-
fly" at 2 p.m. Sunday, May
6, at the Upper School,

Community
From page A13

Learn about Fair Tax
Plan at meeting

The League of Women
Voters will host a Timely
Topics meeting at 11:30
a.m. Wednesday, May 16,
at the Piccadilly Cafeteria,
Melbourne Square Mall,
New Haven Ave.
Tom Lesser and Charlie
Donovan, members of the
"Americans for Fair Taxa-
tion," will speak. They pro-
pose a Fair Tax Plan to
replace the federal income
tax with a progressive
national retail sales tax.
Admission is free.
For information, call
Priscilla Griffith at (321)
723-7101.

Wuesthoff offers free
health screenings
Wuesthoff Health System
will conduct free peripher-
al vascular disease screen-
ings, abdominal aneurysm
and carotid artery screen-
ings from 8 a.m. to noon
Thursday, May 17, at Med-
fast Urgent Care Center,
7970 N. Wickham
Road, Baytree.
Dr. Dwayne Badgett, vas-
cular surgeon, will speak
to patients about their
results and advice treat-
ment if needed.
Symptoms of peripheral
vascular disease include
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difficulty walking, numb-
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Celebrating the spirit of nature's Earth Day


E arth Day is becoming
more of an important
event in our society.
This is a day we can look
around and see all the
wonders that nature has
bestowed on us.
It is also a great time to
think about how we can
protect and beautify our
environment.
This can be as simple as
planting a tree to planting
a colorful garden for all to
enjoy. You could even
donate time to a local
garden club to help
beautify your city or town.
Plants not only beautify
the landscape, but they
also provide us with a
healthier atmosphere.
The idea for Earth Day
was initiated in 1962 as a
way to get people aware of
what is going on in our
environment.
It started in 1963, when
President John E Kennedy
took a five-day conserva-
tion tour of our nation.
The first official Earth
Day was celebrated on
April 22, 1970.
Since then, it has blos-
somed into a national
celebration where people
initiate ideas that can help
make our environment


more eye appealing and a
better place to live.

Things you can do

With all the hype about
cypress forests being .
depleted by the use of
cypress mulch, consider
using alternatives.
Grass as mulch: One
thing we can use that we
all have plenty of is natural
grass clippings.


That's right. Grass
clippings can be an
excellent mulching
material on most plants
and flowers.
You do need to be sure,
however, that your turf has
not been recently treated
with any herbicides, which
can damage some of your
tender plants.
Place the clippings
around plants in thin
layers. Do not make it too


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thick, as the mulch will
produce a smell.
Apply the next thin layer
after the initial layer has
been allowed to dry out.
As the clippings decom-
'pose, they will produce a
fertilizing effect on plants.
The clippings tend to add
nutrients back to the soil
as they decay and work
their way into the'dirt.
Pine needles: Another
great natural mulching
material is pine needles.
This material is not
suitable for all plants, but
is great for most plants we
use in this part of Florida.
You can use pine clip-
pings on any plants that
are acid loving.
This list includes ixoria,
hibiscus, bottlebrush,
azalea, gardenia, junipers,
and banana trees, along
with many other plants
that require a high acid
content in the soil.
Not only do many of
these natural remedies
save resources, they also
save you money. Using
commercial products in
your yard can cost a
fortune.
With the money you
save on mulching materi-
als, you will be able to


purchase lots more
colorful flowers.

Create new plants
from old ones
Many plants in your
yard can be easily propa-
gated into new ones.
Roses are a great
example of this.
In the spring, you can
choose cuttings that are
healthy and green and
they will make good
candidates for cuttings.
Using a sharp knife, cut
off the soft tip of the cane
and then into 4- to 5-
inch pieces. Each piece
should have at least two
nodes and some leaves.
Strip off the bottom
leaves to expose a node,
and then plant the
cutting in moist soil and
keep it in bright shade
and high humidity.
You can use containers


Software maintenance requires


many step-by-step procedures


I am often asked what
steps to take on a
regular basis to keep
systems up and running.
Many are surprised to
find out that the typical
PC will degrade over time
and eventually get to the
point where it's difficult
to operate.
I don't know if people
just assume that their
machine is like aVCR or
a TV that works the same
way over and over.
Actually, a PC is more
like a car.
It requires periodic
preventative mainte-
nance just to keep things
going.
It's the same with
computers.
Neglect the basic
preventative mainte-
nance steps and soon
you will find yourself
with a sick or barely
operable machine.
So, what are these steps
that need to be taken?
With a car, everything
is mechanical, but how
does one change the oil
or rotate the tires on
their PC?
Mechanical things on a
PC tend to work pretty
well without much
maintenance.
Keeping your computer
free of dust helps, and
cleaning the floppy or CD
drives can correct some
issues.
However, the things I'm
talking about are more
software related.
There are two sides to a
computer: things that are
hardware related and the
programs (software) that
make the hardware
function.
Again, there isn't a lot
of maintenance needed
for the hardware, but the
software, on the other
hand, needs a bit of
attention.
Neglecting to dust off
your monitor isn't really
going to cause any harm,
but neglect to update
your anti-virus software
or your operating system
and you may soon find
yourself with a machine
that won't cooperate
anymore.
Let's go over a couple
of the critical pieces of
the software puzzle that
need regular attention.


Operating system

First and foremost, we
have the operating system.
The most prolific by far
is Windows from
Microsoft.
Over the years, we've
seen many versions of
Windows and it really
doesn't matter if you are
runningWindows 95, 98,
ME, 2000, XP or Windows
Vista, they all need some
basic maintenance.
As Windows runs, it's
constantly changing
things, making little notes
to itself and more. Left
alone, this operating
system environment will
eventually degrade to the
point that the machine
responds sluggish or not at
all.
Temporary files can grow
and permanent storage
(the hard drive) can
become fragmented
bringing the system to a
crawl.
Periodically running disk
cleanup, Scan Disk and
defrag will help keep some
of the behind-the-scenes
things optimized and help
keep the computer
healthy.
Also let's not forget the
updates. Microsoft is
constantly upgrading its
operating systems.
Ignoring these updates
can leave your machine
vulnerable to security
flaws and bugs in the
system.
Since the operating
system is an extremely
complex piece of software
there are always things to
fix. Most of the time, the
patches released will fix
something you won't
notice. Sometimes the
update makes some
radical changes to the
system.
Overall the updates are
best not to ignore.

Anti-virus programs

Like the operating
system, your anti-virus
program will receive
updates constantly.
Every time a new virus is
discovered, whoever
makes your program will
publish an update to deal
with the new threat.
Not updating leaves
your machine open to all
manner of new viruses.


Then to accessories
To system tools.
Run disk cleanup. This
frees up space by eliminat-
ing the temporary files
that have accumulated.
Run scan disk.
Run defrag.
Run Adaware, letting it
update.
Do a full system scan.
Make sure my anti-
virus is up-to-date.
Do a full anti-virus
scan.
Taking these steps every
couple months will go a
long way to keeping your
machine healthy and
running smoothly.
Will it solve all prob-
lems? No, but it's a start.

Sean McCarthy has
worked with computers
since 1978


SEAN MCCARTHY
Compute This

This is one of the main
reasons why a computer
that has an anti-virus
program installed can still
get infected. It's not good
enough just to have the
program. It absolutely has
to be up to date.

Prepare to spy

A third piece of software
that needs to be run from
time to time is a spy ware
sweeper.
There are many to
choose from, but I prefer
LavaSoft's Adaware
Like an anti-virus
program, the spy ware
sweeper must be updated
every time you use it.

What you should do

This is what I do every
month to keep my system
healthy.
Start the machine in
"safe mode" (press the F8
key as the system boots
up).
Turn off the screen
saver.
Click the start button.
Go to programs.


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covered with plastic
bags, or set them in the
ground in the shade and
cover them with plastic
jugs.
Either method should
work fine.
Take several cuttings to
be sure you have success
with at least several.
You are now on your
way to propagating your
own rose garden.
That's all for this week's
column and I hope you
enjoyed it. I will see you
next week with more
great garden tips.

Joe Zelenak has 26 years
experience in gardening
and landscape. Send e-
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Y ou need to be brave
to live in the Sun-
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long you've lived here or
how many storms you've
lived through, you never
want to take hurricane
season for granted.
Andrew, Charley and
Katrina have proven that
hurricanes can level the
sturdiest homes, snap
trees like toothpicks, and
they can kill.
Right now, I can't tell you
when or where the next
hurricane will strike, but I
can tell you we continue to
be in an active hurricane
cycle that began in the
mid-1990s.
According to hurricane
experts at Colorado State
University, we can expect
to see 17 named storms,
nine of those as hurricanes
and five of those are likely
to be major hurricanes.
But wait, the news only
gets better.
The potential of at least
one major hurricane
impacting the East Coast
has been increased to 50
percent. For those who
need a refresher in geogra-
phy, that includes us!
Be brave.
The reason for this gets a
little technical. It's due to a
weak La Nina pattern in
the Pacific Ocean. This is
causing cooler water
temperatures which, in
turn, causes the winds to
be weaker aloft.


TONY MAINOLFI
WESH 2 meteorologist
Strong winds in the
upper atmosphere are our
best defense against
hurricanes. Hurricanes are
no match for these winds.
They weaken and destroy
organized storms. Sadly,
we can't count on their
help very often this
summer.
You also want to pay
attention to an item called
the Bermuda High.
This is a key steering
component of hurricanes.
If a Bermuda High sets up
just east of Florida, it
steers hurricanes toward
the Gulf Coast. If it sets up
over Bermuda then the
Florida coast, Mid-Atlantic
and the Northeast are in
for a very busy season.
That's the time to be
brave.
Prepare and plan now
for hurricane season.


Don't wait until you're
watching me onWESH 2
showing you where the
next storm is headed.
Shop now for the neces-
sary supplies your family
will need should you lose
power.
Plan your evacuation
route and keep your gas
tank full.
Stock up on any medi-
cines you may need and
stash away a little cash.
Gather your insurance
policy, important papers
and priceless photos and
put them in one box that is
easy to grab should you
need to evacuate.
Remember, there's no
reason to be brave, when
you're prepared.

Meet Tony Mainolfi

The WESH 2 Meteorolo-
gist will be at the following
locations from 4-6:30 p.m.
May 4: Daytona Beach,
near Speedway and
Daytona International
Airport.
May 7: Titusville.
May 8: Rockledge.
May 10: Kennedy
Space Center.
May 11: New Smyrna
Beach.

Tony Mainolfi is the
WESH 2 News meteorolo-
gist.


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DignityMemorialEscape School,
a nationally recognized abduction prevention program, urges parents to
give their children permission to break the rules when they are in danger.

For more information or to schedule a presentation
contact Catherine Evans
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and Funeral Home

at 321- 768-0776


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Touch-a-Truck Day is
planned 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sunday, May 12, at Wick-
ham Park, 2500 Parkway
Drive, Melbourne.
This event is designed to
give children an opportu-
nity to climb into different
vehicles and imagine
what it would be like to
drive them.
Children will be able to
turn on the lights in a
police car, raise the lift in
a wrecker and turn on the
sires in a fire truck.
All Brevard County
departments will provide
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wheeler and more.
A Unique Rides Section
will be filled with "tricked-
out" cars, trucks and bikes
from local, private own-
ers.
Activity stations offer
fingerprinting, K-9
demonstrations, bomb
squad robot, face painting
and a Kids' Fun Zone,
with inflatable rides,
climbing wall and clowns.
Vendors will provide
food and beverages.
Admission to the event
is free. Admission to the
Kids' Fun Zone is $2.
Children must be
accompanied by an adult.
For information, call
(321) 255-4307.



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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Youths, ages 8-17, will get
a chance to take to the skies
on Saturday, May 19, at the
Young Eagles Flight Rally at
Merritt Island Airport.
Go to the large hangar at
the end of Airport Road, 2
miles south of State Road
520 on South Courtney
Parkway. Registration
begins at 8:30 a.m. and clos-
es at noon. Flights begin at 9
a.m. Parent or guardian
must sign a permission slip.
Flights last about 20 min-
utes.
For information, call (321)
543-2798 or e-mail
youngeaglesfly@aol.com.
The rally is sponsored by
the Experimental Aircraft
Association, Chapter 724.
Besides free airplane
rides, pilots hope to give a
new generation a chance to
learn more about possibili-
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aviation.
Pilots will explain how
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TA at goes together
better than live
jazz and fine art?
Well, I could add chocolate
to the mix, but that would
be a whole other column.
So let's just stick with jazz
and art.
Each month, Brevard
Museum of Art and Science
in Melbourne hosts its "Jazz
Friday" event. The museum
has hosted the event for
eight years.
This month's event will be
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday,
May 4 with The Right Bros.,
featuring Nicholas Chirico,
Scott Cockerham, Rene
Waterman and Ken Cohen.
Mr. Chirico describes the
group's sound as "smooth
jazz with a world beat flair."
"We offer a fresh
approach to (smooth jazz)
kind of music," he said.
"We may do an old tune,
but we use modernn)
technology in the sounds
and instrumentation," Mr.
Chirico said.
Mr. Chirico said the last
time the Right Bros. per-
formed at the museum they
got a standing ovation, a
first for the venue.
Two exhibits will be on
display during Jazz Friday,
"Joanna White: Recent
Work" and the museum's
2007 Juried Exhibit, featur-
ing a variety of works by
local artists.
The event is free for
museum members and $10
for non-members.
For information, call (321)
242-0737 or visit
www.artandscience.org.

This weekend
SFolk music: Award-
winning folk singer/song-
writer Chris Kahl will
perform at 6 p.m. Friday,
May 4 at All That Jazz Cafe,
1641 N. Cocoa Blvd., Cocoa.
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Entertainment writer
Barry Manilow may write the
songs, but the Brevard Symphony
Orchestra will perform them.
The BSO will team up with
Broadway singing star Gary Mauer
for "At the Copa, A Salute to Barry
Manilow" at 8 p.m. Monday, May 7
at the King Center in Melbourne.
Mr. Mauer most recently starred
as Rauol in "Phantom of the
Opera" on Broadway. His other
performance credits include
Enjolras in "Les Miserables," Jesus
in "Jesus Christ Superstar" and
numerous regional shows. He was
recently rehired for an additional
three-week run with "Phantom" on
Broadway.
Mr. Mauer said that "At the Copa"
is a production created by Eric
Borenstein, who worked with
Barry Manilow in the 1980s and
1990s. Mr. Borenstein is now the
director of the Erie Philharmonic
in Pennsylvania.
Mr. Mauer performed with the
Erie Philharmonic as part of the
"Bravo Broadway" production,
which matches Broadway stars
with professional orchestras
throughout the country.
Mr. Mauer said Mr. Borenstein
approached him with the "Copa"
idea.
"He said he thought my voice
would be a good match," Mr.
Mauer said.
The request was a.special honor
for Mr. Mauer, who said he has


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Broadway star Gary Mauer performed last year with the Brevard County
Symphony Orchestra at the Windsor Polo Club. He will perform again with
the BSO in 'At the Copa, A Salute to Barry Manilow' Monday, May 7, at the
King Center in Melbourne.


been a fan of Barry Manilow since
high school.
"His music orchestrated my early
life," he said.
'At the Copa" features 18 of Mr.
Manilow's most famous songs,
from "I Write the Songs," to
"Mandy,' and, of course, "Copaca-
bana."
Mr. Mauer said it's nice to work
on productions outside of the
Broadway genre.
"It's more relaxed. I get to share a
part of my life that I don't talk
about too much on Broadway," he


said.
"At the Copa" is a new produc-
tion that has been performed in
Dallas, Texas, Erie, Pa., and Deluth,
Minn.
Mr. Mauer said the show is a
celebration of Mr. Manilow's
music, not an impersonation
show.
"They have Vegas for that," he
joked.
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Art reception: A reception
for the oil paintings and pastels
of Joyce Piotrowski will be
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Art
and Antique Studio, 1419 High-
land Ave., Melbourne. The
exhibit will be on display
through May 31. Details: (321)
253-5553
Art reception: An opening
reception for Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery's "From Her Perspec-
tive" exhibit will be from 5:30-8
p.m. at the gallery, 1470 High-
land Ave., Melbourne. A per-
centage of sales throughout
the month of May will benefit
the Women's Center. Details:
(321) 259-8261.
* Jazz: Brevard Museum of
Art and Science presents "Jazz
Friday" at 5:30 p.m. at the
museum, 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. The Right Bros. will
perform. The cost is $10 for
nonmembers and free for
members. Details: (321) 242-
0737.
* Mamapalooza: A music
and art festival featuring
women kicks off with a film
festival from 7-11 p.m. The fes-
tival is at Unity Church of Mel-
bourne, 1745 Trimble Road.
The cost is $15 for a single day
or $20 for a weekend pass.
Details: (321) 631-4325.
* Play: Surfside Players Sec-
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at 8 p.m. tonight and Saturday,


May 5 and 2 p.m. Sunday, May
6. Tickets are $10. Details:
(321) 783-3127 or visit
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One-act plays: Playwrights
Workshop presents "Affairs of
the Heart and Soul," a presen-
tation of four one-act plays in
the Studio Theatre at the B.W.
Simpkins Fine Arts Building on
the Cocoa campus of Brevard
Community College. The pro-
duction runs through Sunday,
May 6. Show times are 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and 2:30
p.m. Sunday. Plays include "An
Under the Table Affair" by Nikki
Roberti, "Robin Red" by
Christopher Fleitas, "Belle
Jeune" by Kit Kavanaugh and
"Longevity, Inc" by William
Roeder. Admission is $5.
Details: (321) 783-0801.
* Theatre Company of Palm
Bay: "Born Yesterday" runs
through May 6 at the auditori-
um at the Palm Bay campus of
Brevard Community College.


Show times are 8:30 p.m. Fri-
days and Saturdays 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.the-
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presents the musical comedy
"The Best Little Whorehouse in
Texas" at 8 p.m. through May
20. Tickets are $20 and $22.
The Henegar Center is at 625 E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Details: (321) 723-8698.

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women will be from 10 a.m. to
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer

If you had to express
the way a woman views
the world, could you?
Several artists will tackle
that question at Fifth
Avenue Art Gallery's "From
Her Perspective," which
opens Friday, May 4.
The exhibit is in honor
of the Women's Center in
Melbourne, an organiza-
tion that provides coun-
seling and career guid-
ance to women. The
center also operates an
emergency shelter for vic-
tims of domestic violence.
Fifth Avenue Gallery
will donate a percentage
of sales during the month
of May to the center.
Exhibit curator and
gallery member Lois Mit-
tleman said gallery mem-
bers support the center.
"This exhibit is in
honor of the clients, vol-
unteers and staff for
what they do for
women," Ms. Mittleman
said.
"(The Women's Center)
is a place for women to
grow and all of us in the
community are aware of
its positive force," she
said.
"From Her Perspective"
features member artists'
view on the experiences
of women.
"Some of it is depicting
how women view the
world around them,"
Mrs. Mittleman said.
Ms. Mittleman's piece,
"Persephone," is an
acrylic painting with
multiple layers. She said
the painting is a
metaphor for the layers
of experience inherent in
womanhood.
Co-chair of the exhibit
and digital artist Melissa
Hall's piece "Abandon in
Place" was chosen by the
Women's Center as the
image to grace the
event's promotional
materials.
For "Abandon in Place,"
Ms. Hall shot a photo-
graph of a woman's face
and overlaid it with shots
of rust from neglected


pieces of concrete and
trains left at historical
sites at the Kennedy
Space Center, where she
worked when she first
moved to Florida 10
years ago. ,
"On the sites was sten-
ciled "Abandon in Place,"
she said. "I found it
intriguing that these
things were left to the
elements," Mrs. Hall said.
She said that most of

her work is "female-ori-
ented."
"It's almost my diary, so
to speak a symbolic
self-portrait of personal
issues. But these are also
universal issues," she
said. ,
Member Tom Parker,
the only male artist fea-
tured, chose a pastel
drawing called "Slumber"
for the show.
"Slumber" features a
pregnant woman "look-
ing very peaceful and
quiet."
The drawing, Mr. Parker
said, has significant
meaning to him.
"Pregnant women have
been a big part of my
life," he said. "I have a
wife and two grown
daughters who have five
children between them."
Mr. Parker said his
piece "represents the
metamorphosis we all go
through."
The them of change is
an aspect of the Women's
Center he supports.
"Unfortunate circum-
stances arise in relation-
ships and marriages," he
said. "The least we can
do is support women in
these situations and let
them know there's some-
body out there who will
reach out a hand."
An opening reception
for "From Her Perspec-.
tive" will be from 5:30-8
p.m.
The exhibit will be on
display throughout May.
The gallery is at 1470
Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne.
For information, visit
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Structured forms open to interpretation in latest exhibit


Staff photo by Lisa M. Onorato
'354 Windows' by Joanna White is on display at the Bre-
vard Museum of Art and Science in Melbourne through
June 17. Materials used in this work include Post-it notes,
oil, paint and gesso.


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Practical objects such as
Post-it notes, thread and
delicate paper are trans-
formed into contemporary
art works in Joanna White's
"Recent Sculpture and
Installation" exhibit at the
Brevard Museum of Art and
Science.
The exhibit features large-
scale pieces comprised of
delicate, handmade boxes
or, as Ms. White calls them,
"vessels." The works can be
viewed as a unified piece or
interpreted as individual
statements. This enables
Ms. White to display them
differently each time she
exhibits.
The boxes are arranged in
patterns on the walls, and
floor.
"I prefer to utilize the
floor," Ms. White said. "A
pedestal can be distract-
ing."
Patrons go from being
observers to participants as
they walk over and around
the works.
Some works feature tiny
oil paintings on the outside
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structured form of the
boxes awaits a splash of
color or a touch of texture.
Ms. White, who is an art
instructor and art program
coordinator for Brevard
Community College in Mel-
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making boxes as a child and
returned to the idea while at
graduate school after
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thing over and over and
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patrons draw their own
conclusions.
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Every mother deserves special treatment on May 13


This week's column is
dedicated to one of
God's most special
people: mothers.
Being a mom is one of the
hardest and most impor-
tant jobs. And it is just that,
ajob.
Eventually, you get back
what you put in, but doesn't
it seem like a long, hard
haul sometimes?
I've done the job and now
I have four beautiful,
caring, loving, competent
and successful adults who
think I'm the greatest.
Gone are the days when
they didn't think I was
capable of crossing the
street or tying my
shoelaces. You see, it does
pay off.
This column on Mother's
Dayis for the men and
children out there. If they
haven't read my column


yet, show them this one.
I've heard some men say,
"She's not my mother,"
about their wives. That may
be so, but she's the mother
of your children, and you
should make her feel
special.
If you know a woman
who is a mom, do some-
thing special for her. She
will feel cared about and
you will feel very good
about yourself.
This doesn't have to be
difficult. Just remember,
she should not cook a meal
or wash a dish.
A child can pour a bowl of
cereal, draw a special
picture and deliver both to
his mom. Men shouldn't
use the excuse that they
can't cook.
You can make shrimp
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especially if followed by a
grilled steak.
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make my husband's
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How impressive is that?
Packaged salad greens
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We may not be talking
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If your budget allows,
dinner out is a great treat.
Any relationship is a give
and take affair and I
promise you, if you don't
give you don't get.
I was married to my
husband, Bill, for many,
many years. On special
occasions, such as Mother's
Day, I was served breakfast
in bed and he prepared
dinner for the entire family.
Sounds corny? It's not. It's
how you tell someone you
love them.
Before we get to these
great recipes, I would like to
honor the special moms in
my world.
To my mom, Kitty, who is
98 years young, thank you
for passing on your incredi-
ble cooking and sewing
skills.
To my beautiful and only
daughter, Kimberly, a single
mom who's done a great
job, and to my daughters-
in-law, Sally, Lisa and
Jennifer who are all superb
mothers.
Honor your mothers and
the special ladies in your
life.

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What is shrimp cocktail
without a good sauce? You
can buy it or make your


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1 cup ketchup
1 teaspoon horseradish
A dash or two ofWorcester-
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Juice of half a lemon or 1
tablespoon lemon juice
concentrate
Dash of hot sauce
Mix all together. Adjust
ingredients as desired. Chill.
When ready to serve, thaw
shrimp and arrange over
lettuce leaves, add a wedge
of lemon and sauce in the
center.

GRILLED STEAK
(NIB) SERVES 4
This is my late husband,
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1/2 to 1-3/4 pound)
boneless sirloin steak or any
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Soy sauce
Jarred horseradish
One hour before cooking,
tenderize steaks as
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Sprinkle with pepper and
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sure to coat both sides.
Let sit at room tempera-
ture.
Grill or broil steak until
cooked as desired.**
Serve with horseradish.
Meat tenderizer is not
harmful, it is made from the
enzyme in papaya.
**Hint from my daughter
Kim: For rare steak, grill one
side just until you see the
blood come up, turn steak
and watch for the same
thing.
Press the heel of your
hand, the way it gives will
tell you whether the meat is
medium-rare or medium.
Medium rare: Pressure on
the steak will sink as deep as
heavy pressure on the heel


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Grammy Guru


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steak will sink as deep as a
medium pressure on the
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When potatoes are fried,
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potatoes are micro waved
for 30 seconds before frying,
the acrylamides are reduced
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soaked in ice water and fried
twice. Microwave after the
soaking.
5 large potatoes, peeled or
unpeeled and cut into
strips


3 cups canola oil
Soak cut potatoes in ice
water for one hour. Drain
well and dry on paper
towels and microwave as
instructed.*
In a medium saucepan
heat the oil.
NOTE: The oil can be
refrigerated and used again
and again.
Put just enough potatoes
in oil to cook evenly. Fry
until lightly golden. Remove
with a slotted spoon and
place in a bowl. Continue
until all potatoes are
cooked.
When almost ready to
serve, heat the oil until it is
very hot and quickly fry
potatoes a little at a time
until crisp and golden
brown. Drain on paper bag
or paper towels.

GINA THOMPSON'S
PINEAPPLE PIE (NIB)
Regular and low-fat
Serves 8-10
If you can't cook, but have
10 minutes, you can make
this superb dessert.
By using fat-free sour
cream and a low-fat
graham cracker pie shell
you will have a rich tasting
yet low-fat dessert.
Pudding is, and always
has been, fat-free.

1 regular size store bought
graham cracker pie shell
1 (16-ounce) container sour
cream
1 large (5-serving) package
vanilla instant pudding
1 (20-ounce) can crushed
pineapple in its own juice
Whipped topping

The pie shell does not
require baking, but I have
found that 10 minutes in a
350-degree F, pre-heated
oven will give you a crisper
more flavorful crust.
While the shell is baking,
blend sour cream with
pudding powder (be sure to
ignore package directions).
Add pineapple and juice.
Blend well. Pour into
cooled pie shell and chill.
Serve with whipped
topping or canned
whipped cream, regular,
low-fat or fat-free.
Let's talk: Arlene Borg,
the Grammy Guru, is
available for talks. For detail,
call (772) 465-5656 or (800)
823-0466.
NIB: When a recipe is
not in Mrs. Borg's cookbook
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
autographed 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
bookstores.
More romancing:
www.romancingthestove.net
E-mail: arlene@romanc-
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From page B3


543-0533.
Music in the park: The
Town of Malabar presents
"Bluegrass in Malabar" from 3-
6 p.m. at Trailhead Park on
Marie Street off Malabar Road.
The event is an open jam ses-
sion organized by Gary Dot-
son. Details: (321) 724-8746.
Youth music: Space Coast
Pops Orchestra will host a
youth music festival from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Mel-
bourne Square Mall. Details:
(321) 632-7445.
Steel drums: Pan Sharks
Steel Drum group will perform
at 2 p.m. at the Cicoa Beach
Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave.
Free. Details: (321) 868-1104.

MONDAY, MAY 7

Manilow: The Brevard
Symphony Orchestra presents
"At the Copa, A Tribute to Barry
Manilow" at 8 p.m. at the King
Center for the Performing Arts,
3865 N. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Tickets are $30 and
$20. Details: (321) 242-2219.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9

Jazz: The Groove presents


Copa
From page B1
received.
"I thought people
would think'Who is this
guy who isn't Barry'?"
However, he said, the
response has been
wonderful.
Mary Daugherty,
marketing director for
the orchestra, said she
isn't surprised at the
positive response to the
show.
"Barry Manilow's
music touches a lot of
demographics," Ms.
Daugherty said.
In addition to the May
7 show at the King
Center, Mr. Mauer will
perform with the BSO
Sunday, May 6 in a
benefit for the Indian
River Hospital Founda-
tion atWindsor Polo
Club inVero Beach.
Ms. Daugherty said
that the orchestra
performed with Mr.
Mauer at the Windsor
benefit last year.
"The audience just
loved him last year," Mrs.
Daugherty said.
"He has such a great
stage presence. When he
sings, there is so much
passion there. He really
lives the songs," she said.
Tickets are $20 and
$30. The King Center is
at 3865 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne.
For information, call
(321) 242-2219 or visit
www.brevardsymphonyc
om.

Contact Lisa M. Ono-
rato at (321) 751-5963 or
TheHype@Hometown-
NewsOL.com.


"Smooth Jazz Nights Out" at
the Crowne Plaza Oceanfront
Melbourne at 5:30 p.m. Event
happens rain or shine. Free.
Details: (321) 953-9310.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Neil Simon play: Mel-
bourne Civic Theatre presents
"Barefoot in the Park" Thurs-
day, May 10 through Sunday,
May 27. Show times are 8,p.m.
Thursday through Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are
$15 for adults, $13 for seniors
and $10 for military and stu-
dents. The theatre is at 817 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne.
Details: (321) 723-6935.
Classic album: Classic
Albums Live presents "The
Eagles, Hotel California" at 8
p.m. Thursday, May 10 at the
King Center for the Performing
Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Tickets are $23
and $29. Details: (321) 242-
2219.
*Titusville Playhouse:
Titusville Playhouse presents
the Broadway farce "Noises
Off" May 11 through May 26.
Show times are at 8 p.m. Fri-
day and Saturday and 2 p.m.


The Hype
From page B1
Jazz: New Orleans jazz
singer Sybil Gage will
perform at 7 p.m. Friday,
May 4 at Mangrove's, 6615
N. Atlantic Ave., Cape
Canaveral. Call (321) 783-
4548.
Live music: Rock trio
Pinch will perform at 9
p.m. Friday, May 4 at
Springfest at the Cocoa
Expo Center on State Road
520. Jon Parrot will also
perform. Springfest runs
through Sunday, May 6.
Call: (321) 459-2200.
Cinco de Mayo:
Celebrate Cindo de Mayo


Sunday. Tickets are $14 and
$12. Students and seniors
older than 60 get $2 discount
off ticket price. The Emma
Parish Theater is at 301 Julia
St. Details: (3210 268-1125.
Ballet: Galmont Ballet and
Brevard Ballet Theater present
"Four Seasons an More ..." at
7 p.m. Saturday, May 12 the
King Center for the Performing
Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Ticket prices vary.
Details: (321) 242-2219.
SChorale: The Brevard
Chorale and the Brevard Chil-
dren's Chorus will perform
"Mass for Children" at 7:30
p.m. Sunday, May 12 at the
Merritt Island High School
Auditorium. Tickets are $10 for
adults and are available at the
door. Details: (321) 433-7385.

THEATERS

Henegar Center: Located
at 625 E New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Produces its own
shows and hosts the produc-
tions of Red Carpet Produc-
tions. For information, call
(321) 723-8698.
Melbourne Civic Theatre:
817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-


from 6-10 p.m. Saturday,
May 5 at Cantina Dos
Amigos, 990 N. Highway
A1A, Indialantic. Ken
Moores will perform with
John Quinlivan. Call (321)
724-2183.
Blues: Absolute Blue
will perform at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, May 5 at Lou's
Blues, 3191 N. A1A,
Indialantic. Call (321) 779-
2299.
Melbourne Beach
celebration: The annual
Melbourne Beach
Founder's Day celebration
is Saturday, May 5 at
Ryckman Park on Ocean
Avenue. The event features
the 2-mile Pineapple Run,
an arts and crafts festival,


BREVARD TECH PREP

HIDS' CAREER (LMP 2007
Starting in June
Rising 7th, 8th, and 9th Graders can explore
career possibilities at the camp oftheir choice.
0
June 4-7 (8:30am to 2:00pm): Web design at Merritt
Island High School; Aqua-bots and Digital Photography
at BCC's Palm Bay Campus; Kids in the Kitchen at
Rockledge High School and at Melbourne High School;
Fashion and Sewing at Melbourne High School and at
Titusville High School

June 11-14 (8:30am to 2:00pm): Aqua-bots at BCC
Palm Bay Campus; Kids in the Kitchen at Melbourne
High School; Fashion Production and Architecture.
Drafting & Design at Rockledge High School; Digital Art
and Design at Merritt Island High School; Crafts and
Activities for Future Teachers at BCC Cocoa Campus

June 18-21 (8:30am to 2:00pm): Architecture.
Drafting and Design at Rockledge High School

iiVAR-i Application Deadline May 21st
cm $65 per child (20 Students per Camp)
Pre-reglslration Is required. Get more Info & application @
www.brevardcc.edu/techprep.
321-433-5771 or contact Cindy Ivey at Iverc@brevardcc.edu.


bourne. The theater produces
various plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows, events
and experimental theater
throughout the year. For
information, call (321) 723-
6935.
Surfside Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach, the theater produces
various plays and musicals, as
well as hosting a youth player
group and workshops. For
information, call (321) 783-
3013.
STitusville Playhouse:
Located at 301 Julia St.,
Titusville, the theater produces
various plays and musicals, as
well as hosting a youth player
group and workshops. For
information, call (321) 268-
1125.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

Art and Antique Studio:
The Art and Antique Studio,
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
days. Open until 8:30 p.m. first
Friday. For information, call
(321) 253-5553.


food, vendors and a surfing
contest during the day. A
street party will be from
6:30-10:30 p.m. featuring
live music with Vintage.
Call (321) 724-9916 for
information on the surfing
contest. Call (321) 724-5860
for general information or
visit www.melbourebeach-
fl.org.
Live music: The Space
Coast Playboys will per-
form at 9:30 p.m. at the


Exhibit
From page B5
approximately 8-by-20-by-
12 feet.
Another work, "Peculiar
Cases in Tiny Spaces,"
showcases boxes accented
with oil paint and thread,
standing on their sides with
clear plastic domes over
them.
Ms. White said she enjoys
working with "fragile and
humble materials such as
plastic sandwich bags."
The walls that house the
collection were painted to
match the color of the
boxes.
"I was thinking of pools of
water," she recently told a


crowd at a gallery walk in
reference to the color that
dominates the exhibit.
"Blue is literal that way,"
she said.
"Joanna White: Recent
Sculpture and Installation"
will be on display through
June 17.
Docent-led tours are
available.
The museum is at 1463
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
242-0737.

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Bradco closing in on

Majors Division lead


Showdown with
JTW could
decide Blue
League title

BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
Editor's note: This is the
latest in a series spot-
lighting a Little League
team from the Melbourne
area

Baseball is at its most
exciting down the
stretch, when every game
has a postseason feel to
it.
After a 9-3 win over
Rex's Barber Shop April
28, Bradco (11-4) has
closed the gap between
them and Joe's Tile and
Wood (13-1) to just two-
and-a-half games, with
just three games remain-
ing in the season.


"It wouldn't surprise
me if we were in the Final
Four of the county cham-
pionship," said Bradco
manager Roger Basil.
Basil and Bradco first
will have to take care of
business May 5 against
Concrete Restoration (6-
9) before a crucial show-
down with JTW April 12
at Eau Gallie's Crane
Field. That game could
help decide the Blue
League champions.
"We're a young team,"
he said. "We have been
playing shorthanded
most of the year, but
these guys never give up.
They never get down on
themselves and keep
talking each other up, no
matter what the situation
may be."
Basil points to a game
early in the season when
his team was down by


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April 24
Softball
Class 6A, Region 3,
quarterfinal, Eau Gallie
High School
Eau Gallie 3, Timber
Creek 0 EG: Nicole
Adams, HR (2). WP: Lexi
Carroll* (10-3) LP: Brit-
tany MacFawn (9-5) EG:
21-5 TC: 20-9 *four hits
allowed
Baseball
Class 6A, District 6 tour-
nament, second round,
Melbourne High School
Melbourne 11, Palm Bay
1 (5 innings) MEL: Jim
McMahon, 2B (2); Jeff
Pannucci, 2B; Keith Jen-
nings, 2B. WP: Logan
Thomas (7-0) LP: Matt
Warr (n/a) MEL: 25-1 PB:
3-23
Class 1A, District 11
tournament, second
round, W.W. James Park,
Titusville
Merritt Island Christian
24, Brevard Christian 1 (5
innings) MIC: Andy
Kackson, 2B; Erik Hall, 2B.
WP: Jackson* (6-3) LP:
John Reed (0-5) BC: 1-12
MIC: 14-4 *one hit allowed
Class 1A, District 11
tournament, second
round, W.W. James Park,
Titusville
Temple Christian 8, Bre-
vard HEAT 0 BH: Rob-
bie Corns, 2B. TC: Logan
Hallock, 2B; Sean Swim,
2B (2). WP: Hallock (4-0)
LP: Sean Noonan (n/a)
TC: 11-5


April 26


Class 6A, District 6 tour-
nament, championship
game
Melbourne 5, Vero
Beach 3 MEL: Mark
Vaughn, 3B; Jim McMa-
hon, HR. VB: Robert
Danise, 2B. WP: Jae Has-
selberger (10-0) LP: Trevor
Funk (2-4) MEL: 26-1 VB:
18-9
Class 3A, District 9' tour-
nament, championship
game
MCC 6, John Carroll 3 -
MCC: Pat Riebsame, 2B,
HR; Brandon Davis, 2B.
WP: Phil Piotrowski (9-1)
LP: Dom Laporte (n/a)
MCC: 20-5 JC: 15-7
Eau Gallie Little League
Majors Division

April 28
All Florida Coffee 6,
Aurora Sports 5 (7
innings) AFC: Charlie
Howard, HR; Danny
Spencer, GWRBI
Bradco 9, Rex's Barber
Shop 3
Concrete Restoration 7,
Precision Tech 1
Northside Church 10,
FOP 8 FOP: Anthony
Ferrisi, HR, 2B.
Scott Ellis Reds 5, Joe's
Tile and Wood 4

April 27
Precision Tech 10, Auro-
ra 0 (4 innings) PT:
Clay Clark, CG, 4Ks, one
hit allowed

April 26
Bradco 10, Northside
Chucrh 8


Eau Gallie Little League,
Majors Division stand-
ings (as of April 30)

Gold League
All-Florida Coffee 12-3
Scott Ellis Reds 11-3
Rex's Barber Shop 7-8.
Northside Church 7-8
Concrete Rest. 6-9
Blue League
Joe's Tile &Wood 13-1
Bradco 11-4
FOP 3-12
Precision Tech 4-11
Aurora Sports 2-13
Professional baseball

April 23
Brevard County Mana-
tees 7, Vero Beach Devil
Rays 1 BC: Cole Gille-
spie, 2B; Carlos Corporan,
2B; Nestor Crredor, 2B.
VB: Lopez, 3B. WP: Rafael
Luberes* (1-1) LP: J.
McGee (1-1) *6 IP, one hit
allowed

April 24
Brevard County Mana-
tees 3, Vero Beach Devil
Rays 2 VB: Andrus, 2B;
Er, 2B. WP: Steve Garrison
'(1-1) LP: J. Kamrath (1-3)

April 25
Brevard County Mana-
tees 4, Vero Beach 3 BC:
Chris Errecart, HR. VB:
Cottrell, 2B; Jamieson, HR.
WP: Luis Pena (3-0) LP: E.
De La Cruz (1-1) BC: 10-8
VB: 7-11

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Wresting Mayhem descends on Melbourne


Wrestling legends
Lawler, Jannetty
to square off May 12

BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer

Mayhem is defined as
"absolute chaos or disruption,"
or "malicious injury that disfig-
ures or disables a person."
Either meaning may describe
the events about to take place
May 12 at 7 p.m. in the
Clemente Center on the cam-
pus of Florida Tech.
For the second consecutive
year, Sports Entertainment
Management Group, the parent
company of Florida Extreme
Wrestling and the Brevard Blue
Ducks, will bring professional
wrestling to Brevard County,
featuring some of the legends of
the sport.
WWE Hall of Famer Jerry "The
King" Lawler will headline
"Mayhem in Melbourne II,"
squaring off against legend
Marty Jannetty in the main
event.
SEMG president Mike Rich-
man, who will lead the Blue
Ducks into their sixth season in
June, has made it his mission to
bring quality professional
sports to Brevard.
"We always try to bring in the
best in sports and entertain-
ment and create a memorable
event where people can have
fun," Richman said. "It was so
successful last year that I knew


we were going
to have to
bring it back
and make it
even better.
We think
we've done
that, bringing
in three Hall
of Famers"
At once Lawler
loved and
hated in the sport of profes-
sional wrestling, Lawler was
inducted into the WWE Hall of
Fame March 31. He is known as
much for his egotistical atti-
tudes and feuds with past WWF
champion Bret "Hitman" Hart
and wrestling mogul Vince
McMahon as he is for his 124
victories.
"When I first got the call, it
made me feel old," said the 57-
year-old Lawler. "But when you
look at the list of talent, Andre
'The Giant,' Hulk Hogan and
others, it's an honor to be rec-
ognized for past acconplish-
ments and be on that short list."
Lawler said his longevity in
the sport he loves comes down
to a matter of lifestyle.
"I've been very fortunate," he
said. "I have never had any real
big injuries to my knees or
shoulders. Plus, I've never had
even a sip of alcohol, never
smoked a cigarette or took any
drugs at all. And, most impor-
tantly, I enjoy wrestling."
Perhaps "The King's" most
famous row came in the early
1980s when comedian Andy


Kaufman antagonized Lawler
by continually challenging
women to wrestling matches.
Kaufmann also referred to the
people of Memphis, Lawler's
hometown, as uncivilized hicks
in his controversial film "I'm
From Hollywood."
In May 1982, Kaufman and
Lawler ended up in the ring
together in Memphis where
Lawler served up two pile-driv-
ers to Kauffman, sending him to
the hospital with a neck injury.
If that weren't enough, in an
appearance on "Late Night with
David Letterman," Lawler
slapped Kaufman out of his
chair, causing the comedian to
curse wildly and throw coffee
on him.
It was later revealed that the
incident was staged to help
advance the wrestling angle
between the two stars.
The confrontation on "Letter-
man" recently was selected as
one of the top 100 television
moments by the Museum of
Radio and Television.
"If you remember," Lawler
said, "That sort of jumpstarted
celebrities getting involved with
wrestling and opening the door
to mainstream America."
Lawler, who can be seen as a
regular on USA Network's
"Monday Night RAW," is not the
only Hall of Fame.wrestler mak-
ing an appearance at "Mayhem
in Melbourne II."
Joining "The King" will be fel-
low Hall of Famers Nikolai
Volkoff and The Iron Sheik. Also


on the card will be Virgil, who
once teamed with "The Million
Dollar Man" Ted .Debiase;
Kamala; One Man Gang; Tito
Santana; and Jannetty, who in
the 1980s and 1990s teamed
with Shawn Michaels to form
the tag team combo known as
"The Rockers."
Lawler said "Mayhem in Mel-
bourne II" reminds him of how
things used to be.
"I love shows like this," he said
of his appearance next week.
"They're old-school, kind of a
throwback. You get to be more
one-on-one with the fans, get a
chance to meet them and talk
with them."
Lawler said "Mayhem in Mel-
bourne II" offers aspiring
wrestlers, such as those from
Florida Extreme Wrestling, a
learning process.
"It's pretty cool for these guys
to be on the same card as
proven stars," he said. "It is
their ambition to be on RAW
and part of WWE. It can't hurt to
rub shoulders with the real pros
and ask questions and have
them critique their style and
technique. It's their big
chance."
There will be a "Meet and
Greet" event at the Super Flea
and Farmers' Market in Eau
Gallie May 5 featuring wrestlers
from Florida Extreme
Wrestling.
"Bam-Bam" Mancuso, Bryan
Manson and Rico Moon will
sign autographs and pose for
pictures from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.


There will be a drawing for a
pair of tickets to "Mayhem in
Melbourne II," and fans will be
able to purchase tickets at the
Super Flea.
Tickets for "Mayhem in Mel-
bourne II" will range from $35
and $30 for ringside reserved, to
$25 for lower level and $20 for
upper-level bleachers.
"Tickets for "Mayhem in Mel-
bourne II" can be purchased at
the following advanced ticket
outlets: Palm Bay Chamber of
Commerce, 4100 Dixie High-
way, Palm Bay; Custom Auto
Security and Sound, 1385 W.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne;
Play it Again Sports, 2975 W.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne;
Melbourne Square Mall, 1700
New Haven Ave., Melbourne;
and Melbourne-Palm Bay
Chamber of Commerce, 1005
East Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne.
Event Sponsors: Hometown
News; All-Star Printing; Awalted
Entertainment; Brevard Shop-
ping News; Bright House Net-
works; CinemaWorld; Kiss 95.1;
Lite Rock 99.3; Marriott Court-
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Square Mall; Savings Safari;
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and ilconnect.
For tickets, visit the Blue Ducks
Web site at www.BrevardBlue-
Ducks.com or Florida Extreme
Wrestling's website at
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(321) 751-BLUE (2583).


Sports calendar

Pigskin fundraiser
The Melbourne High School football
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. They will
take on coaches and teachers from Mel-
bourne High School in an exhibition bas-
ketball game.
For information, call (321) 223-3425
9-Ball tournament
Cue & Sales Inc. will have a Junior
Nationals 9-Ball billiards qualifier May 5
at Golden Cue Family Billiards in Mel-
bourne beginning at noon.
Players will try to qualify in three divi-
sions for the Junior Nationals July 12-15
at the University of Minnesota, Mankato:
19 and under boys; 19 and under girls;
and 14 and under boys.
Each winner will have their entry fee
paid to the Junior Nationals and receive
cue sticks and magazine subscriptions to
Inside Pool Magazine.
The tournament also is sponsored by
the Mali Company and the Billiard Edu-
cation Foundation.
For information, call (321) 254-5477.

Gator coach to speak in Kissimmee
University of Florida head football
coach Urban Meyer will speak at the
annual Central Florida Gator Gathering
May 18 at Osceola Heritage Park in
Kissimmee.
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Meyer will
speak at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $30 for club members; $40
for non-members. The price includes a
barbecue dinner.
For information, visit www.centralflori-
da.gatorclub.com or call Tammy Smith at
(407) 895-0637.

USA boxing trials
The 2007 Eastern trials Olympic box-
ing qualifier will be May 7-12 at the
Cocoa Expo Arena.
The event will feature many of the top
amateur boxers in the country.
Among the notables scheduled to
appear during the May 12 finals are for-
mer heavyweight champion Evander
Holyfield, Pinklon Thomas, Vernon For-
rest and Buddy McGirt Jr.
For tickets and information, call 639-
EXPO or visit the Web site at
www.cocoaexpo.com.

Mayhem in Melbourne II to be in May
Mayhem in Melbourne II will be May
12 at 7 p.m. at the Clemente Center on
the campus of Florida Tech in Mel-
bourne.
Wrestlers scheduled to appear


include: Virgil; One Man Gang; Kamala;
Marty Jannetty; 'Tito Santana; legends
Nikolai Volkoff and The Iron Sheik and
WWE Hall of Fame wrestler, Jerry 'The
King" Lawler.
There will be a "Meet and Greet" event
at the Super Flea flea market in Eau Gal-
lie May 5 featuring wrestlers from Florida
Extreme Wrestling.
"Bam-Bam" Mancuso, Bryan Manson
and Rico Moon will sign autographs and
pose for pictures from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There will be a drawing for a pair of
tickets to "Mayhem in Melbourne II," and
fans will be able to purchase tickets at
the Super Flea.
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.com, or
Florida Extreme Wrestling's Web site at-
www.FloridaExtremeWrestling.com or
call (321) 751-BLUE (2583).

Start horsing around
The Brevard County Horseshoes Club
is looking for new members of all experi-
ence levels.
The club sponsors leagues and tour-
naments throughout the year at Wick-
ham Park in Melbourne.
For information, call (321) 242-2446

24th Annual Nisbet-Wuesthoff golf
tournament
The 24th Annual Nisbet-Wuesthoff
Health System Golf Tournament will be
May 4-5 at Rockledge Country Club in
Rockledge and Duran Golf Club in Viera.
Cost is $350 per player for two days of
play; $200 per player for one day of play.
Players can choose between an indi-
vidual stroke play or four-person scram-
ble format.
Cost includes two rounds of tourna-
ment golf, optional practice rounds at
each course ($30), evening social
events, lunch at tournament, tournament
shirt, goody bag and prizes.
Sponsorships are available starting at
$250.
For information, call (321) 637-2606.

FORE children
The Children's Home Society of Flori-
da will have the Fourth Annual Champi-
ons FORE Children 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.

Chamber golf tournament
The 2007 Melbourne-Palm Bay Area
Chamber Education Golf Tournament will


be May 11 at Duran Golf Club in Viera.
The tournament features morning and
afternoon rounds of golf with a putting
contest between rounds.
The format is a four-person scramble
with a morning shotgun start at 8 a.m.
and a 1 p.m. shotgun start in the after-
noon.
Cost is $150 per person, $650 per
foursome and includes breakfast, lunch,


a barbecue and awards ceremony and
live entertainment.
All proceeds will benefit the Chamber
Academy and academic programs in the
Brevard County school system.
For information, call (321) 724-5400
ext. 231.

Pirates football camp
The 2007 Palm Bay Pirates Champi-


onship Football Camp will be June 4-7
from 6-8 p.m. at Palm Bay High School.
The camp is open to all players ages
7-13 and will feature instruction by the
Palm Bay High School varsity coaching
staff and past players.
Among those scheduled to participate
in the camp are Palm Bay graduate and
LSU track star Xavier Carter, former
Pirates and University of Florida All-


Americans Mike DeGory, Reggie Nelson
and Joe Cohen.
Recent graduates Chris Cook, Jared
Goodson and Robert Mitchell also are
expected to attend.
Cost for the camp is $60 and includes
a T-shirt.
For information, call Palm Bay head
coach Dan Burke at (321) 952-5900 ext.
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Capsule
From page B8
polls
The Melbourne High
School Bulldogs baseball
team (24-1) has moved to
No. 2 in the Class 6A
Florida Sportswriters Poll
released April 26.
The Bulldogs trail top-
ranked Palm Beach Gar-
dens (23-2) by 14 points,
90-76.
The Melbourne Central
Catholic Hustlers (19-5)
cracked the top 10 in the
3A poll, garnering 12 total
points in the voting, to
secure the No. 10 ranking.
No. 1 Plantation Ameri-
can Heritage received six
first-place votes and 84
total points to hold the
top spot.

College golf

Titans win district title
Led by sophomore
David Johnson, the Bre-
vard Community College
men's golf team won the
NJCAA District 5 champi-
onship April 23-24 with a
15-stroke victory over
Cape Fear Community
College of North Caroli-
na.
Johnson shot rounds of


points of fitting equipment
to golfers and properly
assembling all the pieces.
He was a good student.
The walls of his shop
contain several awards,
including one from KZG
Golf naming him as one of
the "World's Top 100 Club
Fitters of the Year."
He has also earned his
"Class A" club maker certifi-
cation from Golfsmith and
just this past October, was
certified as a Golfsmith's
"Master Craftsman."
"That is the one that I am
most proud of," he said,
pointing to the "Master
Craftsman" certificate.
He then showed me a box
of blank wedges, unfin-
ished in terms of shape and
bounce. He can take these
and grind them to fit a cus-
tomer's needs and desires
in a wedge.
This is something usually
reserved for tour pros, but
at Club Formations, Bill has
the skill and equipment to
grind one to anyone's lik-
ing.
One of the most difficult
aspects of matching a golf
club to a golfer is having
enough demo clubs for the
customer to test.
Narrowing the process,
can take days for some
shops. Many don't have
enough choices.
A couple of years ago, Bill
came up with a system that
allows him to use every
head in his shop with every
shaft he carries.
The connectors he


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that is what I start with for
irons," Bill said, while
handing me one of the
irons. "Since I know their
swing dynamic, I have an
idea what shaft should
work. From there I have
them hit every 7-iron I have
with that shaft. One they
may hit on the toe, another
on the heel, but eventually
they hit one in the center of
the face."
From there he dials in the
shaft and the customer
winds up with a club that
can be hit well most of the
time with his usual swing.
He then showed me
some of the latest shafts
coming out.
I was shocked to see that
he has one with an 8.0
torque rating.
He explained that it is
wonderful for older seniors
and ladies who struggle to
get their swing speed above
50 miles per hour. The shaft
bends easily and loads
quickly.
One satisfied customer's
husband told Bill that he
has created a monster.
His wife now drives the
ball very well and reaches
par-5s in three shots for the
first time in many years.
He also has a laser-type
system for putter fitting.
He attaches a laser device
to your putter and has you
line up with the hole just as
if you're preparing to make
an 8-footer to win the Mas-


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist

designed allow him to
screw any head to any
shaft. The results allow any-
one to try any head he has
in any shaft, in any flex.
The number of combina-
tions is staggering.
"I start by testing them
with their clubs," he said.
"After looking at the num-
bers on my launch monitor
I know their swing dynamic
and can get pretty close to
what they should have.
Then it becomes a matter
of tweaking the club until
it's just right."
Through the use of
launch monitors that cal-
culate swing path and
speed, ball speed and spin
along with other factors, he
is able to make suggestions
as to what set up in equip-
ment will best help the cus-
tomer's game.
From there he assembles
a demo and lets the golfer
hit the club and see the
results.
"I have 7-irons set up and


on the laser
shows your


alignment.
"It's surprising how many
people aim poorly," he told
me. "If you're just a little off,
you'll never make that putt."
From there, Bill can adjust
your putter to better aid
your aim, or fit one of the
new ones in his shop to you.
Bill has learned a few les-
sons over the years.
"Most golfers play too lit-
tle loft and too stiff a shaft.
And not everyone is fittable
either. Some people just
never swing the same way
twice," he said.
While launch monitors
are the rage in fitting today,
Bill feels a change is in the
air.
Always on the lookout for
the newest methods, he,
believes that in the near
future, clubs will be built
based on moment of inertia,
or MOI, instead of the cur-
rent method of swing
weight.
"We will find the MOI of
your favorite club, and
match the set to that," he
said. "It's still a little ways off
but it's coming."
Club Formations is at
4456 S.E. Federal Highway,
Stuart. You can reach Bill at
(772) 463-1167 or via
info@clubformationsgolf.co
m.

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


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round of the Class 6A, District 6 tournament, April 24. Melbourne would secure its third
straight district title April 26 with a 5-3 win over Vero Beach.


70-71-68 on Rockledge
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seven runs but clawed
back to win by three.
Then there was the
seven-inning, 4-3 victory
over Precision Tech April
12 that kept Bradco in
the hunt.
"Our thing is, we win as
a team, and we lose as a
team," Basil said. "They
have really embraced
that. It's hard to find a
group of 10-, 11- and 12-
year-olds that aren't
always fighting about
something. These guys
just want to win."
Basil said Bradco has a
deep pitching staff,
headed by Danny Lazzar,
12. Danny has thrown
four complete games for
Bradco this season.
"He has a great fast-
ball," Basil said. "And his
control is excellent."
But it is at the plate
where Bradco does its
damage, Basil said.
"We're a real good hit-
ting team," he said. "We
hit three home runs the
first game of the year,
and as a team, we are hit-
ting about .360."
There's no hiding on
Basil's team. With just 10
players on the roster, not
only does everybody get
a chance to contribute;
everybody must con-
tribute. '
Basil said all his players
deserve credit for getting
the team to where they
are now; on the verge of a
championship.
Alex Medgansis, 12, is
the team's first baseman.
Basilisaid he is a strong
fielder and provides
leadership.
Second base is held
down by Cameron
Oznan, 12, who basil
describes as a "solid hit-


ter."
The hot corner, third
base, is the responsibility
of two, of Bradco's play-
ers: Lance White, 12, and
Jacob Holt, 11. Basil said
Lance is a late addition to
the team and has done a
"tremendous job for us."
He also plays left field for
Basil when not at third.
Behind the plate is
Christian Vargas, one of
two 10-year-olds on the
team.
"Christian is probably
one of the best catchers
in the league," Basil said.
"And he's only 10."
The outfield is
anchored by the speedy
and hard-hitting Cole
Bradley, 11, in center.
Josh Holt, 11, plays left
field and also pitches and
plays second base.
Alternating with Lance
at third base is Bradco's
other 10-year-old Ethan
Self, who Basil said can
play anywhere.
If the team has an
Achilles' heel it must
remedy before the coun-
ty championships, it is
base running.
"We need to work on
our reaction to the ball
while we're on base,"
Basil said. "But, they are
playing with a very high
level of confidence, and I
expect them to keep it
up."
Basil said his coaching
staff also deserves much
of the credit for the
team's success.
"Sam Shearer, Marcos
Vargas, Chris Lazzar and
Larry Cole all have done
a great job," he said.
"Without them, we
wouldn't be where we
are."
Bradco takes on Con-
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24 Log Home Packages
offered at public auction.
Saturday, Jan. 20th, 2
PM, Sanford, FL. (Near
Orlando). Rogers Realty
& Auction. Florida Lic.
#0002922. Free bro-
chure, Buffalo Log
Homes, 1-888-562-2246
www.auctionloghomes.com
4/26,5/3, 2007 Advertise-
ment of Sale. NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned intends to
sell the personal property
described below to en-
force a lien imposed on
said property under the
Florida Self Storage Fa-
cility Acl Statutes
(Section 83.801-83.809).
All bidders must be sign-
ed in at office prior to the
start of sale to bid.
The undersigned will sell
at public sale by competi-
tive bidding on the 15th
day of May, 2007, at 2:00
P.M. on the premises
where said property has
been stored and which
are located at Ample
Storage Center, 6953 W.
Nasa Blvd., W. Me-
bourne FL 32904, State
of Florida, the following:
CustomerName/Unit
Number/Descriptionof
Goods:
- Melissa E. May E014 -
Furniture, Old Sewing
Machine, Fans, Comput-
er Moniter.
Michael N. Servetas -
W.71 Bandsaw, Bosch
Jigsaw, Workshop Ta-
bles, Cabinets, Misc
Wood Trim.
Purchases must be paid
for at the time of pur-
chase by cash only. All
purchased items sold as
is, where it is and must
be removed at the time of
sale. Sale is subject to
cancellation in the event
of settlement between
owner and obligated par-
ty
AUCTION Lakewood
Ranch FL, new 4/3.5/3
pool home 5/5, 10:30am
12506 Whitewater PI.
Info, terms, flyer. All FL
Realty & Auction Co.941-
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5' RAMP, portable, folds,'
aluminum, new $295 -
asking $150. Please call
321-984-8941 So. Brev.
AB SCISSOR: Body by
Jake. never used. Sells
at $199. Will deliver.
$100 772-643-8600 IR
ANITQUE BOOKCASE,
clawfeet, needs a little
repair, solid oak, $200.
321-724-1311 So. Brev.
ANTIQUE DININGROOM
table, oak, 4 chairs, $200.
321-549-3633 So. Brev.
APPLIANCE DOLLY:
Yeats model 7. Like new
cond. $95 321-725-7848
AQUARIUMS:30 gal. de-
luxe w/oak cab. stand,
$125; 10 gal. deluxe, $25.
321-984-8446 So. Brev.
BABY ITEMS- Einstein
lights,' bouncer, playmat,
car seat, boys 'clothes +
$80/all. 321-799-9327
BABY SWING, Fisher
Aquarium model, lights,
music, 6 speeds, $50.
321-504-7515 So. Brev.
BEACH BIKES (2) 26",
coaster break, like new.
$40/each. 321-773-5241
BED SPREAD, king,
hand crocheted, white/
light green, vintage, $100
firm, call 321-254-8674.
BED- FULL size, mat-
tress, box spring, frame,
ex cond, maple head
board, $140, 984-5303.


BEDROOM SET, $100;
2 twin beds, $20; small
desk, $35; double dress-
er, $25,call 321-952-8306
BEDS 2 white, wood
post, twin; $85 each, call
321-676-0673, So. Brev.
BIKE BOYS, Huffy
Rocket, 12", $15; Mikasa
china "Rosina", service 8,
$40, call 321-724-1251.
BIKES, FOLDING, (2),
Dahon,5 spd, 16" wheels,
like new,$100/ea or $150
both. 321-953-3296
BIRD CAGE: large. w/
metal skirt. 36x26x66.5
Lt. grey metal. Side load.
$150 321-952-5159
BLENDER: MAGIC Bul-
let Deluxe set. Last one!
Not sold in stores! $60
321-725-8707 SoBrev
BOAT ACHILLES 8 ft
Inflatable, in Good Cond.
$200/obo.321-724-1483
BOAT MOLD: for 8' din-
ghy $190 321-773-7039
BOOKCASE AND books
50"Hx34"Wx1.5"D wood.
Rocking chair. Med $45
ea. 321-768-1554


BOOKS, hard cover &
soft. All kinds. 100's of
books Bst offr over $100
772-664-2030 Bareft Bay
BUMPER front fits GM
Safari or Chevy Astro.
$150 obo 772-794-6363
BUNKBED: BLACK
metal frame. Twin top,
Full bottom to Futon $100
321-266-8796 SoBrev
CAMERA- AMBICO,
wideangle lens, zoom
cap, $25; Adjustable tri-
pod,$20, call 729-8517.
CAMERA: CANNON ATI
w/ 3 lens $125 obo IR
772-589-7161
CAR SEAT, Graco, in-
fant, w/ base, like new,
$35. 321-259-2194 So.
Brevard
CD CHANGER, 5 disk,
$15;Elec. skillet, $15:
Sprinkler pump, $25, call
321-757-6341, So. Brev.
CHAIR/ ROCKER, white
bamboo,$30;Barrell chair,
incl. slip cover, $25. Both
good cond. 321-722-1245
CHERRY FURNITURE -
Crescent: kng headboard
2 night stands, solid cher-
ry. $195. 321-438-9169
CHEST, BEDROOM: tra-
ditional style, 5 dovetail
drawers. Med. dark fin.
$100 321-727,1842
CIRCULAR SAW, 7 1/4,
Krafttech, used once,
$15, call 321-205-6368.
COINS: US Mint 21 sets
(P&D) 1968-1990. Origi-
nal Mint packaging. $200
386-788-4350 PO
COMMODE/SHOWER
CHAIR, PVC, rolls, new
$295 asking $150. Call
321-984-8941 So. Brev.
COMPUTER DESK and
hutch with hideaway
workspace. $75. SoBrev
321-259-5878
COMPUTER DESK with
file draw & shivs $30 Wht
microwv cart w/ wood
trim $25 321-806-9776
COOKBOOKS: 10 like
new. Different cuisines.
$3 $7 ea. Buy one or all
321-724-6729 SoBrev
CURIO CABINET, oak
finish, glass frnt & sd,
lighted, 32"x12"27, grt
cond, $25, call 752-8888.

DINING TABLE:
Wrought iron set with
wood top and seats. $75
772-664-6043 IR
Diningroom Set, leaf, 4
chairs, $100; Rocker re-
cliner, $50; Loveseat, dbl
recl., $75. 321-984-9371
DIRT BIKE, razor elec-
tric, $190, call
321-480-9671, So. Brev.
DISHWASHER: MAY-
TAG built-in. Works
good. Black or tan front.
$65 321-724-2950


DISPLAYS: COUNTER-
TOP lipstick and nail pol-
ish. Brand new. $10
321-695-0013 SoBrev
DOG CRATE Large, in
great shape. 24"x36"x27"
w/ bottom tray. $50.
321-984-3892 Palm Bay
DOGHOUSE Igloo XL.
$20. 210gal. water tank 4
pickup $75.321-984-2976

DOORS: for Safari or As-
tro, (2) side, (2) back, win-
dow cranks needs install.,
$50/ea. 321-984-3314
DRIER ELECTRIC, Ken-
more, heavy duty drier,
$75, call 321-984-1374.
DRYER: GAS, Maytag
Perform, White. 4 yrs
old. Oversized. $165
321-254-3818 So. Brev.
END TABLES, (2), good
cond.,$20/set;Stroller,$20
High chair, $15; Play yard
$25.321-676-5082
END TABLES, glass top
w/chrome, $25 each;
glass lamps, large, $15
each, call 321-259-7758.
END, COCKTAIL & Sofa
Tables beige glass tops,
w/ lamp. $200/all. Call
321-729-9724 SoBrev.
FILE CABINET, gray
metal, 4 drawer with lock,
excellent shape, $150,
call 321-626-8638, S. Br.
FIREPLACE- OAK faux,
w/ screen. $120. Enter-
tainment Center, walnut
finish.$40.321-427-1397
FISHING RODS (5) 2
new gold/black,new load-
ed tackle/bait box, net.
$195/obo.321-728-1739
FOOT STOOL, Queen
Anne style w/ carved
wooden legs, $25, call
321-751-6171, So. Brev.
FORD THUNDERBIRD,
new tires, alloy, and bat-
tery, front damage, $200,
call 321-960-9232, S. Br.
FREEZER, CHEST, 3
years new, $70. Call
321-684-9097 So. Brev.
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.
GIRLS BEDROOM Set,
cream, dresser w/mirror,
desk, mattress/boxspring
$200.321-724-8910
GOLF BALLS: $4 doz. or
$10 3 doz. 48 doz for
sale. 321-726-8366 So.
Brev.
GOLF BALLS: good.
used. 600. ten cents ea.
Lot for $50. Good cause.
321-773-0621 SoBrev
Gone w/ the Wind elec-
tric hurricane lamp- beau-
tiful globe, worth $575,
sell $185. 321-952-1952
GRILL, brand new Brink-
mann pro series medium
size stainless steel gas
grill $185 321-722-9088
HEDGE TRIMMER 22
inch and electric edger
with 1 hp motor. $30 So.
Brev. 321-727-5162
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.
HYDRAULIC LIFT:
jacks. 12 ton $15, 4000 Ib
on wheels $20. So. Brev.
321-409-0251
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.
LOFT BED Twin w/ L -
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36" deep, elegant plum
color, like new, $80/obo.
321-724-9939 So. Brev.
LOVE SEAT, floral w/
feather cushions, great
condition, $100 obo, call
321-759-5908, So, Brev.
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
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MUSTANG 5 Speed -
conversion kit $200 days
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321-302-0192 SoBrev
OFFICE DESK, metal w/
L-arm, walnut, gd cond,
$60, call 321-757-5435.
PATIO SET w/ huge
umbrella, white, glass-top
table w/ 4 chairs, good
cond. $75. 321-752-0946
PIANO Victor ESTY,
Upright, in Good Cond.
$195.321-269-2745
POOL CLEANER, for
above ground pool, $60,
call 321-951-7424, S. Br.
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.
RECLINER CHAIR tan
& green plaid, very good
condition. Only $25.
321-255-3342 SoBrev
RECLINER CHAIRS (2)
pvc w/ ottomans, 2 arm
chairs, cushioned, 2 sm.
tables. $20.321-722-2001
RECLINERS- a Lazy Boy
$30. 1 w/ heat/massage.
$75. Basketball Hoop.
$75. 321-271-7554 Melb.
ROCKER GLIDER: Ma-
ple pastel cushions $75,
Rocking chair dark Maple
Lg. $100 321-757-0797
SERVER, WALNUT,
$125; Stereo cab. (Sony),
$30;Bed frame,$25; Spice
cab., $20.321-242-7806
SKIL SAW: 10 amps.
Used very little. $20 Win-
dow A/C 6500 btu $40
321-723-7671 SoBrev
SOFA/ LOVESEAT, Bas-
sett, blue denim, ex
cond, $200, call
321-752-5741, So. Brev.
SOFA: $40, Club Chair
$30, Small Entertainment
Center $35 IR
772-388-6682
STEAMER: EUROPRO
1500w plus extras,
Homedics body massage
$20 ea. 321-213-2572
STEREO TELEVISIONS:
27" and 32" w/ guide plus
remotes. $100 ea or
$175 bth. 321-368-2569
Stereo, Phone, TV, plus
15 new and used items,
$160 takes all, call
321-777-4153, So. Brev.

STORM/SCREEN DOOR.
75x32 $10 321-768-1714
STOVE, FRIGIDAIRE,
older model, works, $50.
321-674-9763 / 772-538-
7012 So. Brevard
STOVE, MAYTAG, gas,
used, good condition,
white, $50/obo. Call
321-777-5138 So. Brev.
STROLLERS: INSTEP
blue solo jogger $45.
Sit'n'Stand Like new $65
321-917-0018 SoBrev
STUFFED TOYS: Lg.
box. $3 ea. Slightly used
scanner for computer $20
321-723-1160 BC
SURROUND SOUND
home receiver, aud/vis,
TEAC, ex cond w/ re-
mote, $100, 952-9477.
TABLE, WOODEN, old,
33.5"x72", can be used in
dining or living room, $45.
321-242-8516 So. Brev.
TABLES- COFFEE (1),
End (2), cherry wood &
glass, $75 for the set, call
321-777-7701, So. Brev.
TENNIS RACKETS (2)
Wilson N code & N tour.
cost $150/ea: 10 hrs use.
$125/all. 321-254-9760
TILE ADHESIVE: 3.5 gal
pail. plus bag of sanded
grout. both almost full.
$25 321-729-6975
TIRES (2) Size P215/
60R16. $10/ea.
321-724-4854 S. Brevard
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, call
321-242-1071, So. Brev.
TRIMMER, CRAFTS-
MAN, 6.75hp, high wheel,
new carb/trimming head,
$100.321-409-8684
TRIMMER/ EDGER,
Black & Decker, cut
swath 12", weight 4.8 Ibs,
$25, call 321-259-3905.
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 SONY Trinitron 32
inch console. Excellent
condition. $200 So. Brev.
321-729-8429
TV, TOSHIBA, color, 26",
with remote, works good
$50. Call 321-984-8941
So. Brev.
VICTORIAN LAMPOST,
5 globe, needs welding,
$50; 3 doors, 30x80, $10
each, call 676-2911.
WALL UNIT, 3 piece,
excellent condition, $200.
Susan 321-773-0118 So.
Brevard
WASHER/ DRYER, May-
tag, works good, $50
each, 321-725-4241. .
WASHER: KITCHEN
aid. $50, Huge Coleman
gas grill, $150. BC
321-298-7740
WEDDING Dress- size10
short sleeve, scoop neck,
organza,full skirt, beaded
$185. call 321-431-5569
WHEEL CHAIR, perfect
condition, $50; Push
mower, runs good, $50,
call 321-253-2629, S. Br.
WHEELS TIRES; set of
4. 15 size. Dakota. $100
Call Victor 321-254-3965
WHEELS, (2) alloy
aluminum, 15", Toyota
'99,04, good cond., $125/
all obo. 321-757-6198
WHIRLPOOL WASHER
& Dryer. $100.
321-728-7924 SoBrev.




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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
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Full/Qn. Dark pine, ft brd/
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factory sealed. Able to
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FURNITURE SOFA
Drexel 84" 2 floralchairs 2
Victorian chairs, mauve
w/dark wood trim. Excel-
lent condition.$100 Ea.
772-299-0580
GOLD FLATWARE for
12, complete w/ all serv-
ers,wooden drawer chest,
like new, paid $1100 sell
$400/obo. 321-728-2763
KITCHEN SET, 6 chairs,
leaf, $175; Dresser, 3
drawers, mirror, $190.
Both in good condition.
Call 321-773-1316
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PATIO DINING set, 7'
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ottoman, end table, $350;
Swivel bar stools,wrought
iron, $250/all 3; Armoire,
washed pine, $350; Love
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RIDING LAWNMOWER:
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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
TROYBUILT 32": Briggs
& Stratton, walk behind
mower, 9hp. Lightly used.
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$1700 772-766-382,1



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DAYTONA BEACH
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Contractor's Home. 3 BR
1.5 BA, New Steel Roof,
Windows, Kitchen, Baha-
ma Shutters, New Ce-
ramic'Tile in Kitchen &
Dining Room. Hardwood
throughout Rest of
House. Very beachy,
Corner Lot. 1 Block from
Beach. Maintenance free.
$279,000 or best offer.
217-260-4465.


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DELAND' Desirable
Long Leaf Plantation.
4bed/3ba/2.5-CG (2 mas-
ters). Living rm, Dining
rm, Eat in kitchen, Family
rm, fireplace. Beautiful
$375,000.386-736-1092
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fireplace. Reduce to
$222,000. Price Nego.
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gan Ct. Aurora Oaks.
1940sf. $221,900. Adams
Homes 321-751-1530
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Eat in kitchen, on
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Aurora Oaks. 1775 sf.
$204,900 Adams Homes
321-751-1530
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Trussed back
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2000sf. $224,900. Adams
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MELBOURNE Peaceful
Home. 3/2 on a quiet tree
lined Cul De Sac. Double
Sized Lot. Perfect Move-
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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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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 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
MELBOURNE FSBO,
3/2/2, split, CBS, 1515 sf
under air, living/dining
/family, kitch. w/breakfast
area,12'x28'screen porch,
$189,000. 321-242-8516
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Elegant 3/2/2 split plan,
2264 sq.ft. house situ-
ated on 1.5 acres, in
popular Lake Wash-
ington area. Screened
pool/patio over looking
lake. (approx. 1600 sq.ft.)
Master suite w/ jacuzzi
tub/ shower. Large kit w/
corian counter tops +
pantry. Monitor sec sys,
10' garage/ workshop
(720 sq.ft.) 2 horse stall +
storage. 2 gated drive-
way with fence, $450K.
Deal or no Deal.
321-242-1485; Or Cell
321-259-3586
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Beautiful new 5bd/3.5ba
on approx. 1 acre. See
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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.
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
SEABRIDGE. 1 block to
beach. Beautiful, move-in
perfect fabulous 2000 +
sq.ft. home, totally reno-
vated, 3BR, 2.5BA, dou-
ble garage. All new appli-
ances, Corian counters,
washer/dryer, ceiling
fans, all tile floors, Ja-
cuzzi hot-tub. $374,500
47 Sea Harbor Dr, East
386-441-4509.
PALM BAY 218 Umber
St. 3/2 has bonus room,
fireplace,FR/den,1640sf,
scrnd room/lanai, pool &
hot tub under gazebo.
$219,900. 321-604-2295
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PALM BAY 2871 Morris
Ave NE. $120K. Seller
pays all costs. 321-
591-6924
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
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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
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 SELL
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
PORT ST. JOHN-3br/2ba
2 Car Gar. 1430sf. w/lrg
backyard for growth or
pool. '04. Open plan, split
bedrooms, Septic sys.
$190,000. Keller Williams
Realty of Brevard Ed
Ciecirski 321-536-0650

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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.
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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
TITUSVILLE 3br/2ba/1.
Compl renovated, inside
& out. Priced below
appraisal. $155,000. 954-
668-6940;321-385-9777

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metal roof, solid pour
concrete walls, bamboo
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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: 2/2, Irg
eat in kitchen w/ upgrade
appls & cherry faced
cabinets. Scrnd in porch,
w/lrg fenced lot. Cnty wtr.
$159,000 772-569-5280.
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WEST MELBOURNE -
Gated community. Now
selling Pre-Construction
pricing. Crystal Lakes
321-727-3335
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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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MELBOURNE BEACH,
Immaculate, 2/2.5 Town-
house w/Ocean to River
views, from 4 huge balc-
onies, 1800 sq ft, 2 mas-
ter Bedrooms, 2.5 bath.
Pool, Tennis, fireplace,
parquet floors, 1 car ga-
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$61 pm, 2/2.5/1 Central
M.I. Townhouse
$189,900 Call Gail VKR
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ORMOND BEACH-
FSBO. 92 Old Barn
Trail, So. Forty. Large
2-3BR/2BA, 2-CG, Fire-
place, End. porch, up-
graded GE SS appls.
386-506-7722, 341-4407


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



BREVARD COUNTY:
2.5 acres, in upscale
Deer Run development,
cleared, fenced for
horses, cedar pasture &
pond. Off Babcock..
$295K. 321-984-9133

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Malabar


7 Miles West of 1-95 on
Malabar Rd.

321.768.7676


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
GEORGIA
WOODED HOMESITES
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Limited availability!
Starting $5,500/acre.
706-364-4200

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Cleared with new road &
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miles East of 1-95. Off of
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Two-Story NE Palm Bay Townhouse
2 Bdrms upstairs w/new carpet, bath
w/double sinks & balconies off each
bdrm, Living rm, Dining rm, half bath
& kitchen tiled, sliding doors to
courtyard, perfect for BBQs. Getting
new upgraded roof' Walk to the lake'


LE FItLM ,dBA, ,i-1M4wu- RID6GE MODEL
4 Bdrms, 2 Baths, 2 car garage w/split
plan, recently painted inside, great
water system. Big master bath w/gar-
den tub & shower. Trussed porch and
huge backyard. Price Reduced!


Remodeled 3 bdrm, 2 ba Home with
almost 2,000 Liv. sqft, All New Kitchen,
Stainless Steel appliances,
Ceramic Te thloughoiu, New Carpet
in bdnns & lvng rm, New Roof
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Dining area and Galley Kitchen, with
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beams, Family rm, screened-in porch,
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KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
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fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
LOTS FOR Sale .25
acres. Perfect location to
build your dream house.
Established neighbor-
hood of well kept homes
near schools and shop-
ping. Great place to raise
a family or enjoy your re-
tirement. $55,900. Frank
& Katie Mancuso, Signa-
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PALM BAY, .23 acre, on
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.
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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 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
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ocean access. Near IR
malls/ schools. E of US1
$269,000 954-649-6288
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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

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$27,000.321-951-1211
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HANDYMAN CABIN
5-acres-$59,900 pond,
gorgeous, pond & woods,
stonewall! 3 mi off Rt 17!
Priced way below mar-
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877-892-5263




PORT ORANGE- For
Sale By Owner In Gated
Crane Lakes! Priced re-
duced for premium lot &
location. Most 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.




BAREFOOT BAY: 2/2
furnished, large kitchen &
living room. Glass porch
& screen porch. Sprinkler
system. $65,000 FSBO.
772-664-4734
COCOA 3bd/2ba, new-
er doublewide on own
land, right off US 1,
needs some TLC, re-
duced 10K! $79,900 call
Alice Story 321-504-6365
COCOA, Maplewood- 3/2
+ bonus rm, 1476sf, LR/
DR/FR, carport, screened
porch, w/ all appliances,
on .18 acre, smoke-free
$89,900. 321-427-1397
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, 14X60,
wood floors, needs paint,
55+ park, $7000. Call
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MELBOURNE, 2/2, 1987
Tropicana, all apple's 3 yrs.
new,hot water heater 1 yr.
new, lots of closet space,
11x15 shed, $33,500/neg.
321-768-8198
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
MIMS 3230 Kilbee St.
2/1 w/ fenced property,
fruit trees, 2 screened
porches, 2 sheds, fridge,
new stove, washer, AC/
heat,near Walkabout golf
course. $68,900 or make
offer. Call 321-289-3128
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
SEBASTIAN- Park Place
55+ Clubhouse Comm.
larger 2/2. Great front
porch overlooking canal
where birds feed & play.
$49,900. Call Leni @
Sebastian River Rlty. Cell
# 772-559-6000 Office #
772-664-4000
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
STUART: Sunshine
mobile manor, furn. 2/1,
water, sewer. cable, yard
maint. & garb. p/up incl.
$5000, obo. $535/mo. lot
rent. 772-260-6539
VERO BEACH: Fairlane
Harbor. Waterfront
Comm. Updated, dblwde,
new kitch, A/C, roof, &
appliances. Open daily!
74 South Harbor Drive.
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RV -allowed. 3 miles to
Lake Erie State Park
$16,000. 1-585-520-7596
772-581-0335
COLORADO 5 acres.
Near ski resort, lake &
hunting.Mountains views!
Level, buildable. On
county maintained roads.
$300/down. $95/mo.
$7,900 total.Also Avail 35
acres. 505-770-6451
COME .TO The
mountains of NC Creek
front lots, $38,000/acre,
underground utilities,
10% down, 8% for
5-25yrs., Investors Realty
Inc. (800)497-3334 Free
Brochure www.
investorsrealtyinc.com
Crossville Tennessee -
Rated 4th best place to
live. Low prop. tax. Golf
capital of TN. No state
income tax. Best Mtn
views. Acre lots starting
in $20's. 866-707-0393
www.crossvillerealty.com



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CRYSTAL RIVER FL's
Gulf Coast, '03 built CB,
3/2/2, scrnd lanai/pool, Ig
Kitchen w/ Island; Appli-
ances. On 1 acre,Storm
Secured $265K.Call
321-676-3862 Photos of
Home at www.
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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 Emanuel
County. 48ac $2,425/ac.
Pond sites, hardwood
bottoms, mature pine,
fronts on two Co. roads
404-362-8244 St.. Regis
Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
GEORGIA AUCTIONS
212ac. Ware County.
10am Sat 5/19/07. Culti-
vation & Woodland.

Home on the Marsh -
Home & 8ac. Blythe Is-
land. 5pm Sat. 6/9/07.
Hansfordrealauction.com
1-800-962-5715
10% BP-GAL#254
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 LAND
3ac. Riverfront lots. Also,
3ac. river access lots.
Private gated boat ranp
on Oconee river. U.G.
power, paved streets,
$9500/ac. Call Owner
912-529-6198
GEORGIA NE Cattle
farm. 174.88 acre fully
developed cattle farm. 2
homes, 12 miles East of
University of Georgia and
Athens. $1,750,000.
Call Jim Belger at
1-706-353-3900 Nichols
Land & Investment Co.
GEORGIA SE
EMANUEL CO.
(20) 2 to 5 acre
wooded lots.
Horses welcome. Paved
roads. Near 1-16/US1.
Payments as low as
$207/mo. LOW taxes.
912-585-2174
GEORGIA
WOODED HOMESITES
1-10acs. LOW TAXES!
Beautiful weather year
round. Terrific investment
w/owner financing avail.
Limited availability!
Starting $5,500/acre.
(US Citizenship. not
required.) 706-364-4200
Georgia's Lake Sinclair,
Milledgeville, New
Country Homes starting
$135,000, Lake Homes
@, $200,000.Tom & Mary
Ebbers at 478-456-1804
or: www.tmebbers.com
Coldwell Banker SSK
Realtors
HOMESITES FOR sale:
2-20 acres, Southeast
Georgia, starting $198.00
monthly, owner financing,
no credit check!
1-912-278-7108:
www.BlackWaterReserve
.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


LAFAYETTE CO. Fla. -
162 acres. Planted Pine,
Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre. Call
352-867-8018
LAKE MARION S.C. 2
acres, excellent build-
ing site. No Impact Fee,
Low taxes and insur-
ance. $22,900 Owner
Financing.
803-473-7125
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
MISSISSIPPI
134 ACRES
Paved roads w/2 ponds,
several beautiful
homesites, trees&
wildlife. Country setting
wall conveniences, you
will love Meridian!
$3000/acre. Sale By
Owner 601-480-6444
N. Carolina Mountains
Hendersonville 2+ acres
Creekfront lot in new
equestrian community.
Paved road. $175,000
1-772-223-6655
cmelby@earthlink.net
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
NC MOUNTAIN House!
3BR/2baths, golf com-
munity, screened porch
w/mountain breezes, fire-
place, miles of hiking
trails, good views, private
setting, HURRY...only
$131,000. Realty Associ-
ates (828)430-8888
NC MOUNTAINS
Owner must sell. New
ready to finish log cabin
on 2+ private wooded
acres w/creek. Reduced
to $87,900. EZ financing.
Call 828-286-1666 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: 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.com

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community Falcon Ridge, this floorplan offers convenience and function
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
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NORTH FLORIDA
Affordable home as low
as $ 60,000. New Home
starting in low $ 100,000.
Toll free 1-877-882-2894
Debi Henderson Realtor.
Daniel Crapps Agency

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

OKEECHOBEE. FL
Development 35/acres
zoned for 144 Homes.
20/ acres zoned for 70
Homes. 1.84 Acres zon-
ed for 14 homes on RIM
canal. B. Elliot Realty, Inc
Call Chris 561-544-0003
ext 2425

PA, Pocono's Spring Es-
tates, Beautiful gated
lake community. Over-
size bldg lot 85x230.
www.poconosprings.org
Only$5500 631-921-6984

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,
9 3 1 2 1 2 3 8 4 2
www.auctionzip.com ID
9044



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.com

TENNESSEE ACREAGE
4 Tracts approximately
10 acres. Only $75,000
or can be bought whole.
Near Oak Ridge and
Knoxville. Beautiful run-
ning creek, electric on
property. Call Chris.
865-566-0423
Tennessee Lake Bargain
3+ Apres $131/mo.
Free Boat Slips! Enjoy
access to private, Jimmy
Houston endorsed bass
lake. Paved roads,
utilities, soils tested.
Lakefront available. Call
now 1-866-685-2562
x1157. Price $24,900
20% down bal fin 30yrs.
6.85% fixed OAC. TN
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TENNESSEE ACRE-
AGE 5 acres mostly
wooded, mountain
view. Excellent cabin
site w/ city water.River
access. Near Cross-
ville.$39,900 Owner Fi-
nancing. 931-979-1371
TENNESSEE LAND
Owners financing!! 5-10
acre tracks, utilities,
paved roads, creeks, riv-
ers & lakes. Low insur-
ance & tax rates. 2-Hotel
nights on us!! $25,900.
1-888-314-6881



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 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!!
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: Historic 2
story log home. 3/1.4
acres. Low taxes &
insurance! 1.5 hours:
Asheville, Gatlinburg &
Knoxville. Code utilities.
CH/A. 2BR/2BA, 2
porches, 2 fireplaces.
Rock chimney. $320K
727-712-8401
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





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

TENN GATLINBURG
2-br/1.5-ba full kit. jacuzzi
wood burning fireplace,
heated pool. Week 49
$1945 week 45 $3250
865-688-7588.'07 fee pd

TIMESHARE RESALES
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tail. Best resorts & sea-
sons. Call for free Time-
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commissions or broker
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CAPE CANAVERAL
WAREHOUSE Air
Conditioned, 4200sq.ft.
near Port. Sale or Lease.
Call John 321-452-2435

AAAAAA
FORT PIERCE Ware-
house for sale/ rent. 2650
sqft, 4 overhead doors on
half acre. Off US1 &
Dickson Drive., Plenty of
Parking including space
for trucks $950/mo or sell
$495,000. 772-521-5111

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
2b/2b den. Price reduced
to $365k. Remodeled
from the studs up! Must
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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
IHB TOWNHOUSE ma-
ture female to share 2
bedroom/2 bath home, 2
blocks to beach, comm.
pool. $475/month + $250
security. 321-777-9834
INDIALANTIC share 3
bedroom, 1 bath home,
near beach in nice area,
includes all utilities,
$90/week + 1wk advance
321-725-0946/727-8874
PALM BAY Nonsmoker
seeks same to share 3bd
2ba home, private room/
bath,nice area off Ameri-
cana. $125/wk + utilities,
1st & last. 321-722-0478






CAPE CANAVERAL -
2BR/1BA upstairs unit. 3
blocks to beach! Quiet
complex, tiled w/ceiling
fans. Hurry! $645/mo.
Call Bonita 321-432-3390
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, Upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or : lbr/lba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503
COCOA BEACH Ocean
Front, lbdrm/lba Condo,
furnished,washer & dryer,
sm. pets ok. $890/month
+ util. first/last/sec. Avail-
able! Call 321-544-0012


QUALITY

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
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.
End. balcony. W/D incl.
Furnished/Unfurnished.
Clubhouse, tennis, exer-
cise room, pool, bingo
321-727-3866; 298-2111

COCOA BEACH, 2 BR,
unfurnished, 1/2 block to
ocean, close to Ron
Jon's, $700 per month,
year lease, no pets. Own-
er/Realtor. 321-427-0945
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
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MELBOURNE APART-
MENT, 2BR 1.5BA
$685/mo includes cable
& water. $400 sec. no
pets 321-254-7400
MELBOURNE BCH Furn
turn key studio suite. Riv-
er & bch. access. Single
occupancy. No pets/smk.
$675/mo. Cable &. Elec.
included. 321-728-0125
Melbourne Beach-Furn.
lbr/lba,full kitchen, basic
electric, DSL, water, king
bed & sofa bed, 14 days
minimum, $29.95 per day
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, Eau Gal-
lie 1/1, 2 large closets,
kitchen, living rm, shady
patio on beautiful lake.
$900 includes water,
elec, cable 321-242-6443
MELBOURNE, Solid
masonary construction,
2Br 2BA, 1150 sq ft., full
size W/D incl., 6x25
screened patio, free ca-
ble package, state of the
art fitness center, lush
tropical setting.Ask about
our Specials. Bridgewater
Pointe Apartments, Call
321-951-9030
MELOBOURNE, AF-
FORDABLE 1 story 1&2
BR's, quiet community,
patio, large utility room,
321-725-351-7
PALM BAY Condo,
2BR/2BA all appliances
incl. W/D. $750/month
includes water/cable. No
pets. 321-779-4376
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. W/D Tennis,
pool/clubhouse, fishing
pier, fitness center. Rent
includes water, sewer,
cable, internet, lawn
maint. $1295/mo
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, Waterfront
3 BR 2BA, lovely furnish-
ings, cable/ water includ-
ed. No Pets. $750/month
321-269-9018


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 lbr/lba
$640 or lbr/1.5ba $720.
Exc. Cond. Pool, Tennis
& Golf Views. No pets.
772-766-4770
VERO BEACH Summer
rental Laguna, 3/2 fur-
nished, pool, clubhouse,
water view. Available
June Oct. $800/month.
Must Seel 321-243-8561
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



Fort Pierce: Indian Riv-
er Estates 2/2/1 Lg
fenced bk yd w/scrn
porch, tile thru out, refs
req. $900/rno. + Sec
$900. Call 772-461-6077
HUTCHINSON ISLAND -
At Nettles Island. Clean &
Nice Furnished 2br/lba,
1050sqft, Free cable &
lawn care, gated, 2 pools,
NSNP $1100/mo
518-848-4472
MELBOURNE 3/2 car-
port. A Quiet neighbor-
hood, centrally located
1500 sqft. Tile thru-out
$900/mo + deposit
321-837-0470
See website at: www.
domex-properties.com

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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
NORTH GEORGIA, Blue
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.


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
MELBOURNE, WICK-
HAM & Post Rd., 3 BR/2
BA, garage, fenced back-
yard, no pets, $900/mo.
Available now! Please
call 321-253-3058
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 3/2/1
Desirable nghbrhd, close
to everything. Fenced
yard. Lg enclosed Florida
room. $950/mo includes
lawn care. 321-253-9166

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





BE THE FIRSTTO
LIVE HERE!
Porches front & back.
Large eat in kitchen.
Split bedrooms.
Country area but
close to shopping &
major roads.
Small Pet Ok.
Marilyn Navlen
Wiltshire Properties
321-724-0810


COCOA BEACH Ocean
Landings, direct ocean,
sleeps 4, May 19th week
$800 321-783-7677




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
purchase!
828-693-4018

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PALM BAY NW 4bd,
2ba, 2cg, 2200 sf, fenced
yard w/ playground, all
applncs. move-in ready!
great location $1150/mo.
321-205-3622/960-7021
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
PALM BAY: New
construction 3/2/2, avail
immed., big backyard,
near schools, & shopping
No sec. 8, 1st mo., &
Security Dep reqd.
$1000/mo. 954-394-7329
PORT ST LUCIE
3br/2ba/lcg, Big Back-
yard, Great Location,
Section 8 Welcome.
$1100 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 BEACH
GREAT DEAL! 1st mo.
rent free! 4/2, gar. Walk
to beach. Remod., tile
floors, good schools, scrn
porch, Large yard, pets
neg. Lawn maint. incl.,
$1200/mo. 321-724-9656
SEBASTIAN: 3/2/1
Custom built stone home
in great neighborhood
w/fireplace, w/d, scr
porch, near shopping.
Pet ok. $900/mo.
772-299-0066, 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 South
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


FLAT ROCK NC- 22 mi.
east of Ashville. 9 RENT-
AL UNITS available by
the month. $600-$1000
Great summer home!
Call 828-693-4018



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
ORANGE LAKE CC 4
mi. to Disney. 2/2 Villa. 5
pools, lazy river and golf.
2 weeks for July. Asking
$9900ea/wk.
407-812-9043


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

VIERA, LOVELY 4 BR/2
BA, gar., scrnd patio, resi-
dent comm. pool, rec.
room, close to schools
/shopping, $1350/month.
Avail. now! 858-405-4944





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




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


ORANGE LAKE CC 4
mi. to Disney. 2/2 Villa. 5
pools, lazy river and golf.
2 weeks for July. Asking
$9900ea/wk.
407-812-9043

SUMMER VACATION
rentals available! Enjoy
the beautiful mountains
of North Carolina. Call
Foscoe Rentals now at
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FORT PIERCE Brand
New TH, 1st Month Free!
$1095 3br/2.5ba/lcg,
Pool, Fitness Room &
Clubhouse. Call Melisa at
772-342-5616
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
ROCKLEDGE Spectac-
ular Intra-coastal water-
view. Gated comm., very
large 2/2.5/1, completely
remodeled. Like new
w/neutral colors, htd.
pool, tennis & boat dock.
Rent $1,150/mo. for
sale/lease option $239K.
Enzo Lombardi, National
Realty. Small pet ok.
321-298-7757
SUNTREE 2/2.5 Town
home in Gated comm.
Built in '03. Pool & lake
view. Close to 1-95.
$950/mo. + Security.
Pets Ok. 321-544-2805
VERO: 2BR/2.5BA large
rooms, enclosed patio.
Quiet, peaceful, 5 mi-
.nutes from beach.
$1300/mo (DSL included)
NO F/L/S!!! Pets okay.
772-643-5142 Or email:
geriedrn(oyahoo.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

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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
NE PALM BAY, 2 bed-
room/1 bath, W/D hook-
ups, fenced yard, small
pets okay. Call for more
information 321-723-9117
SATELLITE BCH 3BR/
2BA/1 Car Gar. Tile,
remodeled, private
fenced in courtyard. $950
/mo. Off of S. Patrick.
321-723-3744
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/L/S. 772-581-3667
SEBASTIAN: 2br/1.5ba,
large kitchen w/ all appls,
W/D hook-up, tile floors,
garage, screened porch.
FLS. $700/month.
772-589-6035; 532-1913
SEBASTIAN: 2br/1ba,
screened in lanai. Close
to shopping, 3 miles from
ocean. $750/mo. Also
option to buy.
305-300-4864
SEBASTIAN: Delmonte
Rd. 3/2/1, brand new
construction, tile through-
out, close to school.
Avail. 5/1 $1,000/mo
772-388-3202
SEBASTIAN: Like new
3br/2ba/1cg, all tile firs.
First, last, sec, credit
check req'd. $975/mo.
Annual lease. Small pets
ok. 772-388-3109




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 2/2 w/
screened porch, comm.
pool, 55+ park $850/mo.
includes cable/garbage.
1st, last + $300 sec.
321-951-9728 / 258-9203
MELBOURNE, Eau Gal-
lie, 2/1, private lot, some
utilities included, central
AC/heat, no pets, $580
month + $300 security.
321-259-3359
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
thereof. Price negot. Must
see to appreciate quality
warehouse w/ restrooms.
321-773-2005

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FORT PIERCE Ware-
house for sale/ rent. 2650
sqft, 4 overhead doors on
half acre. Off US1 &
Dickson Drive., Plenty of
Parking including space
for trucks $950/mo or sell
$495,000. 772-521-5111







AFFORDABLE
FORT PIERCE Industri-
all Warehouse/ Storage
space. 12x40x18 or
24x40x18. Perfect for
any use even auto repair.
Between US 1 & 1-95,
close to tpk. Starting @
$450/mo 954-478-4626
POLE BARNS: 30 ftX40
ft X10 -$6895, 40 ft X 80
ft X 12 -$14,995. Painted
Metal. Free Delivery. Call
1-937-718-1471,
www.nationwidepolebarn
s.com
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

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Green 1966, 383 Engine,
only 1 owner, all original
parts, needs work/brakes
just $2500.321-725-0297
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NISSAN 200SX Turbo -
RARE FIND! '84, 4 cylin-
der, great mileage, rear
wheel drive, new parts.
$1450.321-264-7259



BMW 740iL 2001 Every
Option, Only 54K miles,
$19,991.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
BUICK LaSabre L.E. -
'90, ruby red,78k orig. mi.
new paint, tires & AC, in
excellent cond $3500/obo
321-433-7639/639-1262

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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
CADILLAC SEVILLE
1998, SLS Northstar,
Chrome Wheels, Only
78k miles. $6,991.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER 2002 Silver,
Auto, Only 37k miles
$6,991.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
DAEWOO STATION
Wagon, '00, auto, AM/
FM/CD, fully loaded, sil-
ver, $3000 or best offer.
321-768-9965
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America. Help Those
Suffering With Cancer
Today. Free Towing And
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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


HYUNDAI ACCENT GL
2005 Auto, Clean, Low
Miles, $9,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802
LINCOLN TOWN CAR
1995 Executive Sedan,
Loaded, $4,991.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
MAZDA MIATA 2006
Convertible Auto, White,
Low Miles, $19,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802
MERCURY GRAND Mar-
quis LS 2000, White, 4
door, 51200 miles, V8 4.6
liter, auto, fully loaded.
$7145.321-951-2806
MINI COOPER '03 Mint
Condition, Silver & Black,
23k mi., All Options, Stick
Shift,1 owner, 35-40mpg.
$15,500. 321-729-0906
MINI COOPER -'04, red,
auto, leather seats, fully
loaded, moonroof, run flat
tires, 29k miles in exc.
cond. $19k 321-409-1940
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
GTP 40th Anniv. Ed., '02,
supercharged, V6, adult
ownedgaraged.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
VOLKSWAGON PISSAT
GLX, 1994, 5 speed,
164,000 miles, original
owner, runs great, $1700.
Call 321-952-9536




RIMS, LOW PROFILE
Sport, (4), 17" aluminum
alloy, tires not included,
$400/obo for all. Please
call 321-446-0968
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 loaded.Asking
$15,900.321-212-9716


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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.
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AD#21182


HARLEY DYNA Super
Glide FXD 2000 Silver,
Lowered, Windshield, low
miles, Exc. Cond. Sharp!
$8495.Call 321-253-1498
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 NINJA 250 -
'05-nice bike, never drop-
ped, 70MPG, 3200mi.
$1950. 321-735-0987
evngs. 321-409-7204 day
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 Photo at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 21181



25' WILDERNESS, '99,
must sell!Light 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
27' 5TH WHEEL: 7 years
old, large slide, $8000.
Or best offer.
772-589-0351.Please call
in the evening. Sebastian


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 1/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
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

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28' RV, fully furnished, at
Lake Marian, dock space,
- A fisherman's Pardad-
ise, $3000. 321-723-9155
or 321-537-6150
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
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 Morel Only
$45K/OBO.321-956-9363
GEORGIE BOY 37':
Cruisemaster, 2003,
11,975 mi., 2 slide outs,
Satellite sys. Work horse
chassis. Ext. warr. avail.
$60,000. 772-589-6980
HITCHHIKER II LS, '04,
fifth wheel model, 33', qn
bed,lt.oak int.,triple slides,
2 drs,rear kitch., sofa bed,
$37,200.321-676-7081
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
TOYOTA DOLTHIM V6 -
1989, 21 ft, class C,
sleeps 6, new 6 tires, 67k
miles, as-is cond. $6500.
321-676-6435 Melb Bch
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.
COND! '99, low miles, 32'
all appliances,2 tv's + dvd
$49,500.321-759-5950


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Price
ONLY s16,609.
8' x 20' Weeres
w/ 40 hp Honda
4-stroke.
Incl. galv trlr, mooring
cover, coastguard kit,
tag/title/reg.,am/fm/cd,
deluxe console
w/gauges.
FREE delivery
in FL.
Astor Marine
SR 40, Astor, FI 8
352-759-3655

BOMBARD Inflatable -8
ft, in Excellent Condition,
2 HP Honda 4 Stroke
O/B that is Like New.
$950.321-255-7894 Melb
CAROLINA SKIFF, 11'8",
$950 firm. Melbourne
area. 321-733-8994
HUNTER SAILBOAT
146, 14.5', '02, w/trailer,
new cond., many extras,
great riverboat. Pd.$6500-
sell $2500. 321-676-1671
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$17,000. 321-508-9042
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FORD ESCAPE XLT
2006 SUV 4WD, V6,
Auto, $18,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802
SUBARU FORESTER
2004 AWD, Auto,
Moonroof, $18,888.
Lexus of Melbourne
1-866-438-5398
TOYOTA SEQUOIA
2002 Limited, leather &
all options. 1 owner,
excellent condition.
Garage kept. $18,995.
321-373-1568

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 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 tlr

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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
PONTOON, 20', 1988, 60
HP Johnson, trolling mo-
tor, never in salt water,
trailer, fish finder, 6 seats,
canopy, $3000. 321-723-
9155 or 321-537-6150
SAILBOAT 1979 0-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 bottm
paint 220 hrs rcnt serv
cockpit cvr very 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


CHEVY SILVERADO
2004. 1500 Auto, V8,
Low Miles, $17,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802
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
DODGE RAM 1500 Van
2000, too many extras to
list, must sell. $5200/obo.
leave message 321-984-
2489 or 321-266-9060
FORD F150 1997, A-i,
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
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-
Ig. 2 bike, 6'x10' w/ ramp,
chrome accessories, dia-
mond plate shield. New!
$1800.Call 321-626-2834


SEACRAFT 23': Boat &
trailer, Twin I/O
reoutfitted in 2003, needs
new Head, T.T. 300hrs.
$8900, OBO. Or trade.
772-581-2925
TAHATSU OUTBOARD,
2.5hp, 2005, excellent
condition, low hours, ask-
ing $400/obo. Please call
321-632-5947
TRACKER GRIZZLY, 14',
'00, w/trailer, '06 25hp
Merc. electronic fuel in-
jection, trolling motor,
cover, access., $4000.
321-722-2985 / 537-7078
TWIN VEE Bay Cat 19
'02 w/ trailer. Center con-
sole/bimini top. Evinrude
90 hp w/ 150 hrs. Many
extras. Asking $12,000
Call 772-336-8056
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.$500.
321-482-9298 W. Melb.
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