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State lawmakers revamp tax system


Tax reductions on the
horizon for Floridians
BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer
Florida lawmakers approved
what some are calling sweeping
tax reform last week.
During a special session of the
legislature, lawmakers revamped
the way that local governments
levy property taxes, starting with


immediate tax reductions.
The tax reform package, which
is awaiting Gov. Charlie Crist's
signature, consists of two parts.
The first is an immediate statuto-
ry reduction of tax rates, while the
second must be approved by vot-
ers and is designed to replace
Florida's constitutional Save Our
Homes tax cap.
According to Senate docu-
ments, property tax reductions
will vary from community to
community based on a formula


combining area growth with the
Consumer Price Index or infla-
tion rate.
In Brevard County, residents
will see a 7 percent reduction in
property taxes in the coming fis-
cal year, and Brevard municipali-
ties, whose rates have yet to be
calculated, will reduce tax rates
between 3 and 9 percent depend-
ing on the size of the community.
Individual municipalities have
until June 29 to report back to the
state with their reduced tax rates.


County and municipal budgets'
growth will then be limited by the
CPI, which was reported in May
2007 at 2.96 percent by the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Both the tax rate reductions
and growth limits do not apply to
school boards.
State Rep. Mitch Needelman, R-
Melbourne, who earlier advocat-
ed a complete elimination of
property taxes, called the tax


I See TAXES, A2


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE A heat-
ed debate is expected as a
local soup kitchen presents
expansion plans to the
city's planning and zoning
board.
"No matter what we do,
there are some people
(who) are going to throw
stones," said John Farrell,
executive director of the
Daily Bread.
Several property owners
neighboring the Daily
Bread have protested plans
to expand the soup kitchen
since the idea surfaced
more than a year ago.
Among the complaints,
neighbors say the soup
kitchen's homeless clients
sleep and defecate in their
yards after the soup
kitchen closes its doors at 3
p.m. each day.
"Property values are half


FLAG DAY


what they're supposed to
be," said Tom Donahoe,
owner of Donahoe's Auto
Electric. "I've tried talking
to (Mr. Farrell). He says it's
not his people doing this.
He doesn't know what
we've gone through."
In a meeting earlier this
month, a dozen business
owners and neighbors
gathered to share their
experiences with some of
the area's homeless resi-
dents.
"I've had customers drop
cars off, and have a gal
jump in the passenger seat
and ask if he wants a date,"
said Carl Koelsch, of South-
ern Car Care.
"I had a (real estate
agent) come by to give me
a property evaluation and
a (woman) stuck her head
in the window and solicit-
ed him," said Jeanie Sauer-

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VFW Post 3991 members Ed Garcia and Chris Pilger participated in Honor Ameri-
ca's Flag Day Ceremony at the Liberty Bell Memorial Museum last week.


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Residents and business owners who live near the. Daily Bread gather at Donahoe's
Auto Electric to discuss ideas to minimize problems relating to the area's homeless
population. Many expressed frustration and felt their concerns were being ignored
by the city and Daily Bread leadership.


Spring rains bring

more mosquitoes

Take precautions as standing water
allows mosquito population to explode


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Two-legged and six-legged
Brevard County residents
cheered the life-giving rains
from Tropical Storm Barry
earlier this month.
For humans, the rains
meant greener lawns and a
reduced fire threat. For
mosquitoes, the rains creat-
ed the standing water nec-
essary for their eggs to grow
into bloodsucking adults.
Some of those breeding
grounds are man-made and
can be eliminated, said
Chris Richmond, environ-
mental scientist with Bre-
vard County Mosquito Con-
trol.
"We always recommend
residents empty containers
in their yard," said Mr. Rich-
mond. "Birdbaths that don't
overflow, gutters clogged
with leaves, old tires and 5-
gallon buckets are common
(mosquito breeding areas.)"
Mosquitoes are not just a
nuisance, said Mr. Rich-
mond.
"We look at four different
(mosquito -transmitted)
viruses," said Mr. Rich-
mond. "We monitor chick-


ens at 11 different sites for
the West Nile virus, St. Louis
encephalitis, Eastern
Equine encephalitis and
Highlands J. virus."
According to the Centers
for Disease Control and Pre-
vention's Web site, these
viruses attack brain tissue,
and can cause permanent
neurological damage or
even death.
The CDC reported that
during 2005, there were
3,000 reported human cases
of West Nile Virus in the
United States, resulting in
119 deaths.
St. Louis encephalitis
strikes an average of 128
Americans a year, with a
fatality rate between 3-30
percent, according to the
CDC's reports.
Residents should take
additional precautions to
avoid mosquito bites.
"Try not to go out from
dusk until an hour after
dusk and an hour before
dawn to dawn, the peak
feeding times," said Mr.
Richmond. "But the pri-
mary disease spreading
mosquito (in Florida), Culex

I See MOSQUITOES, A3


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Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE -
Thirsty lawns in some of
the city's newest subdivi-
sions will soon get some
relief.
More than 2,500 West
Melbourne customers
receive irrigation water
from the Ray Bullard Water
Reclamation Facility, but
inadequate storage and
piping has led to water
rationing and some
brown lawns.
"We've been having
problems with pressure
and volume (in irrigation
systems) and this (project)


will help the situation out
quite a bit," said deputy
city manager Keith Mills.
The City Council
approved a $3 million proj-
ect to build four new
pipelines and ten auto-
mated control valves to
improve water flow from
the city's water reclama-
tion facility to several sub-
divisions in the southwest
portion of the city.
The work will be per-
formed by CH2M Hill, the
city's engineering consult-
ant. Greg Kolb, project
engineer, described the
proposed project during
the June 5 .City Council
meeting.


"From an environmental
standpoint, (reclaimed
water) is the preferred
(method) for irrigation,"
said Mr. Kolb.
"The new (3 million gal-
lon) storage tank will help
us store much more
(reclaimed water) and the
new strategically located
piping will increase .pres-
sure and flow," said Mr.
Kolb.
Four new pipelines will
be installed along Fell
Road, Wyeth Street, near
Central Middle School and
near the Woodfield subdi-
vision, Mr. Kolb said.
The Woodfield, Brook-
shire, Saddlebrook, West-


brooke, Stratford Pointe,
Hammock Lakes West, Oak
Grove and Timber Ridge
subdivisions will all
receive automated control
valve stations to control
water availability to each
area.
The meters will sit four
feet off the ground and will
be discretely located away
from main traffic areas,
Mr. Kolb said.
Currently, the subdivi-
sions are scheduled to
receive water two days a
week, said Brett Taylor,
project manager with Veo-
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excited that we have a start
to real reform," he said.
Rep. Needelman said he
still believed that property
taxes were a burden on
Florida taxpayers, and
called them "a taxing sin,"
but said he and fellow law-
makers were satisfied that
they had taken "a step in
the right direction."
The revenue growth lim-
its should mean tighter fis-
cal reins at local level, but
the new requirements do
have some loopholes that
local governments could
exploit.
A super majority of local
government officials, four
of Brevard County's five
commission members for
example, could override
the state restrictions limit-
ing tax rates. And, by ask-
ing voters, local govern-
ments could even avoid
revenue growth restric-
tions.
"In Brevard our commis-
sioners have resisted the
urge to use such excep-
tions, as best seen by our
county's refusal to maxi-
mize their local option
gas taxes," said Rep.
Needelman. "But given
the recent debates over
tax reforms, I do worry."
Brevard's District 4
County Commissioner
Mary Bolin, of Satellite
Beach, said she was confi-
dent that the county
would only take advan-
tage of such caveats in an
emergency, such as hurri-
cane damage.
"These types of loop-
holes are designed for
emergencies, and should
be used for just that, and
not to get around new
laws," Ms. Bolin said.
In the second phase of
the tax reform plan, vot-
ers headed to the polls for
the Jan. 29, 2008 presi-
dential primary will
decide whether or not to
replace the state's Save
Our Homes property tax
caps with what lawmak-
ers are calling "super
homestead exemptions."
Under the Save Our
Homes amendment,
property assessment for
long-term homeowners is
capped -at 3 percent a
year.
Currently long-term
homeowners pay taxes on
the capped value of their
home minus the standard
$25,000 homestead
exemption. A homeown-
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be taxed on $75,000.
If approved by the vot-
ers, the new homestead
exemption created would
be tiered, providing larger
exemptions for lesser-val-
ued homes.
The new plan would
exempt 75 percent of
property values up to
$200,000. Owners of a
$200,000 home would pay
taxes on $50,000.
Homes valued at
$200,001 or more will
receive the 75 percent
exemption for the first
$200,000, and an addi-
tional 15 percent exemp-
tion on the added value
up to $500,000.
A $300,000 home, for
example would receive
the 75 percent exemption
on the first $200,000 and a
15 percent exemption on
the last $100,000, making
the taxable value of the
home approximately
$135,000.
Owners of properties
valued at more than
$500,000 will enjoy the
cumulative exemptions of
smaller homes and
receive an additional
exemption equal to the
Consumer Price Index on
the added value from
$500,001.
A $1 million home
would again receive the
75 percent exemption on
the first $200,000 of its
value, the 15 percent
exemption on the
$300,000 between
$200,001 and $500,000,
and the CPI percentage
exemption for the
remaining $500,000. With
a current CPI of 2.96, the
taxable value of a $1 mil-
lion home would be
approximately $790,000.
This part of the tax
reform plan, too, has
some loopholes.
If the plan is approved
by voters, property own-
ers who currently enjoy
more savings under Save
Our Homes than the new
plan could opt to keep
their tax bills they way
they are.
Rep. Needelman, for
example, said his
$300,000 home is taxed at
*an assessed value of
$152,000 minus his
$25,000 homestead
exemption. He pays
property taxes on a
$127,000 home.
Under the new plan,
Rep. Needelman would
pay taxes on a $148,000
property, raising his tax
bill by about $143.
Rep. Needelman said he
would probably choose to
remain under the Save
Our Homes umbrella.
This option does expire
when property is sold,
though.
In a press conference,
Gov. Crist called the plan,
"the people's tax cut plan,"
and complimented law-
makers on their ability to
build consensus, while
molding the legislation.
Contact G.W. Pomichter
at (321) 759-6362 or e-mail
him at pomichter@home-
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Dr. Roger Welton gives Shadow, 12, a check before prescribing heartworm prevention medication at Maybeck Animal
Hospital in Melbourne last week. Because heartworm is spread by mosquitoes, experts urge dog owners to keep up
with their monthly medication as mosquito season begins.


Mosquitoes
From page Al
Nigripalpus, will feed all
night long, so use a DEET
(repellant) product or cover
up."
Pet owners should
remember to protect their
furry pals. Dogs can die if
infected with heartworm, a
parasite transmitted by
mosquitoes.
"The best advice to pet
owners is to make sure that
your dog is on heartworm
preventative and that they
are kept inside during peak
mosquito hours," said
Adam Gracia, community
relations manager for- the
Central Brevard Humane
Society.
Veterinarians will pre-
scribe a monthly anti-
heartworm medicine for
dogs, saidWillis Spivey, lead
animal care technician for


the South Animal Care and
Adoption Center.
"The dosage is based on
the weight of the animal,"
said Mr. Spivey. "Just
remember to keep up with
that heartworm medicine."
Brevard County Mosquito
Control also oversees a pro-
gram to spray insecticide
when mosquito popula-
tions soar.
"We have about 40 mos-
quito traps, and we have 18
people out spraying for lar-
vae," said Mr. Richmond.
"We don't have a regular
schedule, though, because
that's against the law."
Chapter 388 of the Florida
Statutes mandates that
mosquito control districts
must demonstrate that
adult mosquitoes are a
problem before initiating
spraying.
Residents can call one of
several local hotlines to
report mosquito problems


to Mosquito Control. When
their data shows the popu-
lation has reached high lev-
els, a spraying program will
be initiated.
"It has to be justified,"
said Mr. Richmond.
The department also uses
biological control methods,
such as mosquito fish, to
keep larvae counts down.
"Mosquito fish will eat
their body weight (in lar-
vae), every day," said Mr.
Richmond.
Mosquito fish can be
placed in backyard ponds
and other areas with chron-
ic standing water to prevent
mosquito larvae from
reaching adulthood.
Some homeowners take
mosquito control into their
own hands, purchasing
traps or "bug zappers."
Certain methods are
more effective than others,
Mr. Richmond said. -
"The devices that convert


propane into carbon diox-
ide are the best," he said. "I
always tell people, howev-
er, that the good news is
that they attract thousands
of mosquitoes and the
bad news is that they
attract thousands of mos-
quitoes."
Place these items away
from homes, preferably
between the mosquito
breeding areas and the
home, Mr. Richmond said.
For information on spray
programs, preventive
advice and disease control,
v i s i t
www. brevardcounty. us/mos
quitol. South county resi-
dents can call (321) 952-
4523 and north county resi-
dents can call (321)
264-5032.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


WEEK IN

REVIEW

Melbourne annexes Radisson Hotel
MELBOURNE The Radisson Suite Hotel Oceanfront
will soon become part of the city of Melbourne.
The City Council unanimously approved an annexation
request during the first reading of the ordinance June 12.
Because the 168-room hotel is 132 feet tall, higher than
the code allows, the city also granted a conditional use per-
mit for the existing structure.
Previously in the county, Radisson property owners want-
ed to annex the 5.56-acre property into Melbourne so they
could receive city services and avoid a $70,000 county
assessment for fire services, said trustee Nicholas Telema-
chos.
Property owners signed a pre-annexation agreement with
Melbourne in 1984.

Wuesthoff Health System initiates
random drug testing
Wuesthoff Health System employees will now be subject
to random drug testing as part of the employer's Drug-Free
Workplace policy.
A third-party administrator will inform the company's
human resources office which individuals have been ran-
domly selected for testing, said Lisa Crites, Wuesthoff media
strategist.
"We believe this new program will provide a safer and
more secure environment for patients, visitors and associ-
ates," said Marchita Marina, Wuesthoff Human Resource
senior vice-president, in a press release.

Florida Tech professor wins
grant to studydistant galaxies
MELBOURNE -A physics and space sciences professor
at the Florida Institute of Technology has received $490.400
to study energy from distant galaxies.
The grant comes from NASA's Long-term Space Astro-
physics program, which supports lengthy research projects
in astronomy and astrophysics.
Associate professor Eric Perlman will use the money to
study energetic outflows, called jets, from the center of
bright galaxies.
"The jets are the largest, most powerful particle accelera-
tors in the universe," said Mr. Perlman in a press release.
"They accelerate particles to energies many thousands of
times greater than any particle accelerator here on Earth."
He will use the Hubble Space Telescope and the Chandra
X-ray Observatory Satellite.
Research will be done at Florida Tech and at the Universi-
ty of Maryland.
The project may further understanding of the origin of
cosmic rays, often created by jets and active galaxies, said
Mr. Perlman. The rays can have an impact on astronauts
and satellites.
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reclaimed water service provider.
"The valves will allow us to effec-
tively ration (the water)," said city
manager David Reynal. "We don't
have a fixed demand. We have
huge variations every day."


After the engineer secures the
necessary easements and right-of-
ways, the project will be complet-
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Brevard Public Schools
are working to cut the cost
of summer for Brevard
parents by providing free
lunches for children.
The school district's
summer food service pro-
gram will provide meals to
children 18 and younger at
30 Brevard schools.
The program is available
in areas where 50 percent
or more of the children
qualify for free and
reduced price meals dur-
ing the school year.
The following is a list of
schools participating in
the Brevard Public Schools
summer food services pro-
gram.
Elementary Schools
Cambridge Elemen-
tary, 2000 Cambridge
Drive, Cocoa. Through
June 29. Breakfast: 7-7:20
a.m. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to
noon.
Columbia Elementary,
1225 Waco Blvd. S.E., Palm
Bay. Through June 29.
Breakfast: 7-7:30 a.m.
Lunch: 10:30-11 a.m.
Coquina Elementary,
850 Knox McRae Drive,
Titusvile. Through June 29.
Breakfast: 7-7:30 a.m.
Lunch: 10-11 a.m.
Discovery Elementary,
1275 Glendale Ave. N.W,
Palm Bay. Through June
29. Breakfast: 7:10-7:30
a.m. Lunch: 10:30-11:30
a.m.
Dr. W.J. Creel Elemen-
tary, 2000 Glenwood
Drive, Melbourne.
Through July 27. Breakfast:
7-7:30 p.m. Lunch: 10-
10:30 a.m.
Endeavor Elementary,
905 Pineda St., Cocoa.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 7:15-7:35 a.m. Lunch:
10:15-11:30 a.m.
Fairglen Elementary,
201 Indian Trail, Cocoa.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 7-7:30 a.m. Lunch:
11-11:30 a.m.
Golfview Elementary:
1530 S. Fiske Blvd., Rock-
ledge. Through June 29.
Breakfast: 7-7:30 a.m.
Lunch: 10:45-11 a.m.
Harbor City Elemen-
tary, 1377 Sarno Road,
Melbourne. Through June
29. Breakfast: 7:15-7:45
a.m. Lunch: 10:15-10:25.
* Jupiter Elementary,
950 Tupelo Road S.W,
Palm Bay. Through June-
29.
Breakfast: 7-7:30 p.m.
Lunch: 10-10:30 a.m.
* Christa McAuiffe Ele-
mentary, 155 Del Mundo
St. N.W., Palm Bay.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 7-7:30 a.m. Lunch:
10-10:30 a.m.
* Mila Elementary, 288
W. Merritt .Ave., Merritt
Island. Through June 29.
Breakfast: 7-7:30 a.m.
Lunch: 10-11 a.m.
* Mims Elementary,
2582 U.S. 1, Mims.
Through June 29. Break-


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fast: 7-8 a.m. Lunch: 10-11
a.m.
Palm Bay Elementary:
1200 Allamanda Road
N.E., Palm Bay. Through
June 29. Breakfast: 7-7:30
a.m. Lunch: 10-10:30 a.m.
Riverview Elementary,
3000 Jolly St., Titusville.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 7-7:30 a.m. Lunch:
10-10:30 a.m.
Riviera Elementary,
351 Palm Bay. through
June 29. Breakfast: 7-7:30
a.m. Lunch: 10-10:30 a.m.
Saturn Elementary,
880 Range Road, Cocoa.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 7:15-7:30 a.m. Lunch:
10-10:30 a.m.
South Lake Elemen-
tary, 3755 Garden St.,
Titusville. Through June
29. Breakfast: 7-7:30 a.m.
Lunch: 10:30-11 a.m.
Turner Elementary
School, 3175 Jupiter Blvd.
S.E., Palm Bay. Through
June 29. Breakfast: 7-7:30
a.m. Lunch: 10-10:30 a.m.
University Park Ele-
mentary, 500 W. Universi-
ty Blvd., Melbourne.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 7-7:30 a.m. Lunch:
10-10:30 a.m.
Gardendale Elemen-
tary, 301 Grove Blvd.,
Merritt Island. Through
June 29. Breakfast: 7:30-
7:45 a.m. Lunch: 11-11:30
a.m.
Secondary Schools
Jackson Middle, 1515
Knox McRae Drive,
Titusville. Through June
29. Breakfast: 8:15-9:15
a.m.
Jefferson Middle, 1275
S. Courtenay Pkwy., Mer-
ritt Island. Through June
29. Breakfast: 8:30-8:55
a.m.
Johnson Middle, 2155
Croton Road, Melbourne.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 8:45-9:15 a.m.
Kennedy Middle, 2100
S. Fiske Blvd., Rockledge.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 8:45-9:15 a.m. Lunch:
11:15-11:45 a.m.
* Madison Middle, 3375
Dairy Road, Titusville.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: Not available. Lunch:
10:15-11:30 a.m.
McNair Middle, 1 Chal-
lenger Drive, Cocoa.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: N/A. Lunch: 12:15-
12:45 a.m.
* Melbourne High, 74
Bulldog Blvd., Melbourne.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: 8:15-8:45 a.m. Lunch:
11-11:30 a.m.
* Southwest Middle, 451
Eldron Blvd. S.E., Palm
Bay. Through June 29.
Breakfast: 8:45-9:15 a.m.
Lunch: 11:45-12:15 a.m.
S* Titusville High, 150 Ter-
rier Trail South, Titusville.
Through June 29. Break-
fast: N/A. Lunch: 11-11:30
a.m.
Contact G.W. Pomichter
at (321) 759-6362 or e-mail
him at pomichter@home-
townnewsol.com.


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POLICE REPORT


Melbourne Police
Department

Christopher Ryan Mer-
ritt, 19, of 4326 Plompton
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged June 9 with assault
on an emergency medical
technician, paramedic or
ambulance driver, disorder-
ly intoxication and resisting
arrest without violence.
Tate Housley Telebrico,
22, of 760 Carolin St., No.
105, Melbourne, was
charged June 9 with traffick-
ing in stolen property, grand
theft and scheming to
defraud and obtain proper-
ty.
James Patrick Cantoni, 48,
of 509 Camelia Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 10
with battery-domestic vio-
lence and aggravated
assault.
Eugene Tony Williams,
38, of 325 E. University Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
June 11 with burglary and
trespassing on a legally post-
ed construction site.
James Buddy Haddock,
42, of 900 Cross Lake Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
June 12 with driving under
the influence with property
damage, driving with a sus-
pended license, two counts
of driving under the influ-
ence, two counts of being a
habitual traffic offender,
possession of a suspended
driver's license and posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
Johnnie Lee Holloway,
55, of 2405 Lipscomb St.,
Melbourne, was charged
June 12 with grand theft.
Frank James Jasper, 26, of
1161 Sanddune Lane, No.
305, Melbourne, was
charged June 12 with burgla-
ry, disorderly intoxication,
resisting arrest without vio-
lence and battery.
Gary Hillary Zaremba, 62,


of 2484 Fatzler Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 12
with battery on a person age
65 or older.
Kenneth Brandon Beatty,
23, of 720 Carolin St., No.
307, Melbourne, was
charged June 13 with aggra-
vated battery on a pregnant
woman, resisting arrest with
violence and battery on a
law enforcement officer.
Eugene H. Mack, 38, of
808 Cedar Drive, Melbourne,
was charged June 13 with
possession of cocaine and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Henry J. McDonald, 25,
of 3415 Saxon St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 13
with being a habitual traffic
offender driving with a sus-
pended license.
Paul Robert Sperling, 31,
of 2471 Appalachian Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
June 13 with battery-domes-
tic violence, tampering with
evidence, two counts of pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of
marijuana.
Daniel Puentes, 27, of 398
Breakwater St., Palm Bay,
was charged June 14 with
being a habitual traffic
offender driving with a sus-
pended license.

West Melbourne
Police Department
Steve Neal Gardner, 42, of
634 Moffatt Place, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 12
with battery and aggravated
battery.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Recko Mondez Ellis, 29,
of 551 Giovanni Road, Palm
Bay, was charged June 9 with
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Erick Rolando Esteves


Cintron, 42, of 3195 Wessell
Ave. S.E., Palm Bay, was
charged June 9 with grand
theft.
Christopher Honara, 31,
of 4260 Aurora Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 9
with battery-domestic vio-
lence and criminal mischief.
Ryan Julius Sarkozy, 19, of
205 Concord Way, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 9
with grand theft, giving false
verification of ownership,
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Francine V Scanland, 40,
of 725 San Fillippo Drive
S.E., Palm Bay, was charged
June 9 with being a fugitive
from justice, having an open
container of alcohol in a
vehicle, two counts of pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, two counts of pos-
session of cocaine and two
counts of possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Devendranath S.
Anmolsingh, 20, of 2340
Ramsdale Drive, Palm Bay,
was charged June 10 with
carrying a concealed
weapon and possession of
marijuana.
Philip Earl Blain, 51, of
1930 Windy Circle,. Mel-
bourne, was charged June 10
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Richard Earl Bailey, 51, of
878 Aachen Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged June 11 with
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Timothy Wade Broome,
42, of 3174 Villa Espana Way,
Melbourne, was charged
June 11 with burglary and
grand theft.
Gregory Christopher
Butler, 23, of 1436 Croft-
wood Drive, Melbourne, was
charged June 11 with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance and resisting arrest
without violence.
Craig S. Dewberry, 32, of


1096 Coleman St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 11
with two felony counts of
violation of probation.
Jody D. Hammond, 48, of
1910 Windy Oaks Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
June 11 with battery-domes-
tic violence.
Jenna L. Stalaboin, 21, of
3251 Villa Espana Trail, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 11
with felony violation of pro-
bation and two counts of
failure to appear.
Justin Anthony Watts, 21,
of 1440 Sacramento Ave.
S.E., Palm Bay, was charged
June 11 with two felony
counts of violation of proba-
tion.
Phillip David Barrett, 43,
of 349 W. Exeter St., Satellite
Beach, was charged June 12
with two felony counts of
failure to appear.
Benjamin Howard Coop-
er, 33, of 1872 Southland
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged June 12 with the
sale of cocaine.
*Willie B. Helms, 54, of 508
Williams St., Melbourne,
was charged June 12 with
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Daniel James Hughs, 27,
of 187 Atlantic Ave., Indi-
alantic, was charged June 12
with two felony counts of
failure to appear.
Keith R. Klingensmith,
23, of 1640 Bottflebrush
Drive, No. 102, Palm Bay,
was charged June 12 with
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Princeton R. Ramos, 18,
of 1171 Yager Road S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged June
12 with battery-domestic
violence.
John Michael Saxon, 28,
of 1410 Morgan Court, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 12
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Stephen Victor Simpson,
41, of 479 Port Malabar


Blvd., Palm Bay, was charged
June 12 with sale of cocaine.
Christopher James Steel-
man, 23, of 310 Greenway
Court N.W, Palm Bay, was
charged Juie 12 with felony
battery.
Jack Harry Stevenson, 40,
of 55 Sea Park Blvd., No. 503,
Satellite Beach, was charged
June 12 with burglary and
possession of cocaine.
Kelly Ann Vella, 42, of
3425 Saddle Brook Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
June 12 with driving under
the influence with property
damage.
Thomas Anthony Biles,
21, of 442 Canal Lane, Palm
Bay, was charged June 13
with felony violation of pro-
bation.
Lashanda Marie Brooks,
32, of 1719 Ashcroft St., Palm
Bay, was charged June 13
with four felony counts of
failure to appear and three
felony counts of violation of
probation.
Armando Victor Calleja,
41, of 456 Cardinal Drive,
Satellite Beach, was charged
June 13 with two counts of
misappropriation of money
received for real property
improvements.
Elizabeth Carver, 42, of
794 Sunset Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 13
with felony violation of pro-
bation.
Pauline Clark, 36, of 989
Coleman St., Melbourne,
was charged June 13 with
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Krystal Dawn Lewis, 24,
of 92 Blue Bird Ave., Indian
Harbour Beach, was


charged June 13 with felony
violation of probation.
Edward John Meagher-
Thoennes, 22, of 1719
Ashcroft St., Palm Bay, was
charged June 13 with two
counts of failure to appear,
one count of felony failure to
appear and resisting arrest
without violence.
Rolandius Jaron Darling, .
24, of 508 Wall St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 14
with possession of cocaine,
sale of cocaine and two
counts of being a habitual
traffic offender driving on a
suspended license.
Urban Dacosta Edwards,
21, of 1037 Helena Ave.,
Palm Bay, was charged June
14 with felony violation of
probation.
Kameron J. Knowles, 34,
of 1181 Pineapple Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged June 14
with failure to appear and
two felony counts of viola-
tion of probation.
Kristopher Neil Martin,
23, of 716 Huntington St.
S.E., Palm Bay, was charged
June 14 with three felony
counts of violation of proba-
tion.
William Allen Newkirk,
36, of 7462 Appalachian
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged June 14 with being a
fugitive from justice.
Charles Anthony Parker,
34, of 2330 Johnny Ellison
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged June 14 with felony
violation of probation.
Jason Perez, 30, of 2028
Stewart Road, No. 28, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 14
with violation of community
control.


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Mosquitoes have invaded homes

Southern Brevard County did not spray for mosquitoes
this year because of the drought.
Big mistake.
Mosquitoes are now looking for water. The females
prefer standing, stagnant water to lay their eggs.
They found some water. They're hanging out in our
bathrooms and around our kitchen sink area.
However, at night, after a long day's sleep, the females
around midnight wake us up buzzing around our ears
after they've stuffed themselves with our blood, which
they need to produce more eggs.
In the morning, we're busy swatting them and each
one leaves our blood on the wall.
The "bug guy" has never heard of this. His only conclu-
sion is that they are using our sewer to multiply.
I called the mosquito control department for some
suggestions.
All they said was: "Oh, we don't come into people's
houses."
Give me a break. That's obvious.
We sprayed a solution into the traps and "bombed" the
bathrooms, bedroom, attic, garage.
You guessed it.
They're back, or they never left.
We now will spray the outside of the house.
If that doesn't work, we'll be forced to burn the house
down and move.
Of course, if it rains for a few days, they might take off
to better stagnant waters where they'll be more wel-
come.
And we'll get a good night rest.
Anyone out there have any suggestions?
We need some zzzzzzz.

Everyone must go through airport security

My callis prompted in the blurb in today's paper about
non-stop flights to Tallahassee from MNelbourne.
The article stated that passengers are excluded from
regular security gates.
Why?
In these times, I'm under the impression we all have to
go through security channels.
Why should they be excluded?
Is no one else as appalled by this as I am?
Editor's Note: Hometown News reporter Gretchen
Sauerman contacted Lori Booker, media representative
for Melbourne International Airport. She said that Baer
Air passengers, like most charter passengers, do not fly
into a regular concourse.
"Concourse-to-concourse security measures have specif-
ic security protocol," she said. "However, all of our passen-
gers must pass through security that meets TSA regula-
tions.
"Baer Air passengers will go through a different security
checkpoint, which usually has a comparatively shorter
line."

Lying spouses not just a male problem

I am a man who has a slightly different twist to the rant
"Wake up and be honest."


Welcome back Dr.
Kervorkian

To the editor:
For the sake of us who
really wish to go in our
own way and time
(sooner and in less
pain, rather than later
and in much more),
you've got an audience
applauding your tri-
umphant return.


I sincerely hope that
Florida, its people and
politicos, will take up
this issue where Oregon
left off, (with) permis-
sion to allow for physi-
cian-assisted suicide.
Maybe we can come
up with a more palat-
able description.
Nonetheless, it is
what it is.
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Melbourne


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I've been divorced for about 10 years and I've had sev-
eral women who either have not told me or out-and-out
lied to me that they are not married or divorced or what-
ever the case may be.
I actually had one woman move in with me and two
weeks after I found out she was still technically married.
She hadn't been living with her husband in quite a while,
but she had never been divorced from him.
He showed up at our house.
I've also had several women out-and-out lie that they
are either divorced or had never been married, and it
turns out they are married (and) still living with their
husbands.
So it's not just men (who) lie to women about their
marital status.
It works both ways.

Those husbands are not gentlemen

Regarding the "Wake up" ranter: I missed the original
article, but from what I read in this week's issue it sounds
as if she's a real lady and some of the men she's dating are
not at all gentlemen or good husbands.

Web site highlights companies
that hire illegals

This (is in) regards to a recent rant about going after
companies who hire illegals.
(The Web site) www.wehirealiens.com is a site anyone.
with a computer may find interesting.
Phone numbers for ICE (Immigration and Custom
Enforcement), and other offices are listed. And there is a
form by which a person may report companies they sus-
pect are (hiring) illegals.

No need to stop here

I have lived in Palm Bay for five years.
Please tell me: Why do these religious people think that
just because they are carrying a Bible it gives them the
OK to come into my home to discuss scriptures?
Questions:
*Who are these people?
Do they have ID's?
Who knows what they'll do after I let them in?
Which church are they from?
Please read my lips: "No way."

Some contractors prove
inscrutable after storm

(Now that it is June), we are reminded of hurricane sea-
son and the devastation that can happen.
Unfortunately, many residents suffered severe financial
devastation, not from Mother Nature but from dishonest
and misleading contractors.
These contractors were there only to take our money,
place us on a long line of work to be done and have no
contact with us for months or years.
Florida statutes specifically address the amount of
deposit a contractor may require and the length of time a
job must be completed in.
I hope we Floridians have learned some valuable les-
sons before choosing a contractor.
Make sure the contractor is Florida licensed.
If you have Internet access, go to www.MyFloridali-
cense.com and search for the contractor. The search is


easier if you have the license number, so ask the contrac-
tor for (it)
If you don't have Internet access, call the Florida
Department of Professional Regulation at (850) 487-1395
* Does the contractor belong to the Better Business
Bureau?
Call (407) 786-9008 to see if there are complaints
against the business.
Check with the clerk of courts in your county to see if
lawsuits have been filed against the contractor. In Bre-
vard County, call (321) 637-5413 and in Indian River
County, call (772) 770-5185 to check for lawsuits filed
against a contractor.
* Make sure that your contractor will be the one apply-
ing for the permit. Often, contractors (who) have license
problems will attempt to hire another contractor to pull
a permit for them, as they are unable to do so.
* Make sure (the work) has been inspected by the
building authorities before releasing the contractor.
Some contractors will get a deposit, do the work, collect
your money, but never have the job inspected.
This can cause serious problems for the homeowner,
especially if you decide to sellyour home. ..1
If you have had work done on your home. call the locil
building department to make sure the final inspection
wa',lone. The building departments can find your inftor-
mation fromyour property address.

Ranting Republican responds to other ranters

If the ranter who is tired of Republican rants will lower
his pointing finger a little, I will explain.
The Republican rants are due to the frustration felt
when Democrat members of Congress stand on their
respective floors and call our president a liar, demand
that we inform our enemies of what our military strate-
gies are and provide propaganda fodder by attempting to
enact legislation that will force the commander-in-chief
of the military to retreat in the face of the enemy.
Who did this, you ask?
Senate majority leader Harry Reid, Speaker of the
House Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Dick Durbin, Rep. John
Murtha, Sen. Charles Schumer, to name a few.
They were supported by Ted Kennedy and Hillary Clin-
ton.
As far as the war in Iraq, it has been over for a couple of
years.
We won it, by the way.
Defeated the Iraqi army and dispersed them.
Our troops are still there assisting the democratically
elected Iraqi government in rebuilding (its) infrastruc-
ture, training (its) military and repressing an insurgency
of militant Al Qaeda forces made up mostly of non-
Iraqis.
We just recently passed the 3,000 mark in fatalities in
Iraq.
While none of us want to see any fatalities, by compari-
son to other military ventures of the past, the number is
almost insignificant.
There are more people killed on Florida highways each
year than have been killed in Iraq in four years.
The difference is, the deaths in Iraq are honorable
because they are so that you have the right to kill yourself
on the highway here in this country.
I would truly be interested in seeing a statistical com-
parison between the Bush and Clinton administrations
as to which had more corruption scandals.
Better yet, which had the most convictions.

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Personally, I don't consider a thriving economy, low
unemployment and low inflationary trends very damag-
ing to our country, nor are they shortcomings.
As for Clinton's budget surplus, it merely illustrated
how overtaxed we were.
Government should not have a surplus and believe me,
the Democrats try their best to see to it that we don't have
a surplus.

Harming helpless animals beyond cruel
I've just come from my veterinarian's office where I
asked about a kitten with an injured nose.
I was told that this was the only one a staff member was
able to rescue after witnessing someone throwing kittens
from their moving vehicle!
You can use your imagination about what happened to
the rest of the kittens.
There is no excuse for doing something so evil to harm-
less and innocent kittens, or any animal.
This is just another horrible example of why spaying
and neutering is so very important, especially if you
allow your pet to roam.
We must not provide other victims for those who pos-
sess no conscience.

Viera numbers don't seem to add up
According to the editors note on June 1, 2007, Dr. Pic-
colo said the Viera Middle school wasn't built due to "low
student numbers."
What he failed to mention was that the "low student
numbers" were not Viera students.
The low student numbers are from DeLaura and Clear-
lake Middle schools.
There are enough students in Viera to fill a middle
school especially with a fourth elementary school planned
for construction next to the middle school location.
Projected numbers show that Delaura would have low
numbers ifViera students don't populate it.
This decision doesn't just affect Viera.
Rockledge parents will soon realize some of their stu-
dents will be bused to Clearlake to make room for Viera
students.
I am sure they will not be happy about that.
Rockledge currently has two middle schools.
Why should they have to be bused elsewhere to fill
another town's school?
Editor's note: Hometown News contacted school district
officials to get their response to this viewpoint. The
response follows.
"Dr. David Piccolo, Area II Superintendent, and Ms. San-
dra Demmon, area III superintendent, routinely evaluate
all projected student numbers for schools in this area.
Enrollment projections at Kennedy Middle School and
DeLaura Middle School for the next two years keep capac-
ity at 100 percent or less in Kennedy's case, and show a
gradual decline from 75 percent. down to 65 percent.
respectively to DeLaura.


"However, following the district's six-day count at the
beginning of the school year these numbers will be
reviewed by district staff, as will the enrollment numbers
reported in January of the 2008 school year, along with all
facets of the seven-year facilities plan.
"If any drastic changes occur to these projections during
the year, appropriate actions will be taken."

Many come to woman's aid
I have a rave. I have lost hope, but there are truly some
remarkable people out there.
I had a flat tire last week. I had no way to get home. I
(was) completely broke.
A man handed over his cell phone, and he didn't stop
there. He actually bought me a tire out of the goodness of
his heart without expecting anything in return.
I was speechless. Thank you so much.
And thanks to the 7-Eleven clerk who let me hang
around during the wait.
And last, thanks to Melbourne police officers who
helped me when my car was victimized. You guys are the
best.

Handicapped permits only
issued to individuals
This is response to the individual who wrote "Issue
permits to handicapped, not their cars."
In Florida, the handicapped placard is issued to an
individual and that individual's driver's license number is
printed on the placard. If that placard is being used in a
handicapped spot and that individual is not in that car,
then they get a ticket.
Now I don't know about the cars that have the handi-
capped plates, whether they are issued I don't know
how they do that.
Editor's note: According to the Florida Department of
Motor Vehicles Web site, www.dmv.org/fl-florida/dis-
abled-drivers.php, only people who receive a disabled
permit are entitled to apply for a disabled license plate.
Therefore, both permits and license plates are only valid
for the individual who is disabled. "Anyone who unlaw-
fully uses a disabled parking permit could be fined $1,000
or spend six months in jail."

Illegal aliens are not immigrants
I am answering this "New immigrants are an asset"
rant.
(The writer) said that immigrants are an asset. I think
(he's) mixed up.
There are immigrants and there are illegal aliens.
If you are applying to come to this country, it usually
takes about three years before everything (is done).
There is a physical, you see the consul, and then you go
through all the other stuff, filling in papers (etc.).
It's a lengthy process, and you hope you pass the physi-
cal and you hope you're accepted and get permission to
(come to) this country.
So you just can't come here willy-nilly.
The immigrants we have now are not immigrants, they


are illegal aliens.

Driving with no prior planning is nutty
Much frustration and many traffic "accidents" could be
avoided if drivers would plan their trips on local roads in
advance.
People who pass through an intersection controlled by
traffic lights go a short distance and then try to turn into
a shopping center or place of business by crossing in
front of oncoming traffic on a four-lane road are only set-
ting themselves up for frustration and a possible acci-
dent.
For example, the location of Wickham at Lake Wash-
ington. If going north, the simple solution is to turn at
the light and proceed to the entrance of the shopping
center off Lake Washington Road.
The next simple solution is to leave the center on to
Lake Washington Road and use the traffic light at the
intersection to safely enter the stream of traffic either
north or south.
The same problem applies when coming south and
attempting to turn across traffic to enter the bank on the
corner of the Albertson's center.
To be sure such decisions usually cost a few more
spoonfuls of gasoline, but this is a small price to pay to
eliminate a possible accident.
I hesitate to mention the driver who recently cut me of
the other day while talking on a phone, turning to yell at
children who were not buckled in and not using a turn
signal to indicate that a move into my lane was planned.
I've been driving for 56 years and have come to the
conclusion that there are really very few accidents.
Most incidents involving vehicle mishaps are the result
of "faulty functioning of the steering wheel operating
nut."

There'd be no wars if mothers had a say
I would like to share with all of your readers an old song
my mother used to sing.
I first remembered it during the Vietnam War when my
boys were young.
I used to put my hands on top of their heads so they
wouldn't grow up or at least until it was over, over there.
Today the song still gives me shivers when I recall it.
And the song still tells it like it is.
There'd be no wars today, if mothers all (had a) say.
The song is "I Didn't Raise My Boy to be a Soldier,"
which was written in 1915 by Al Piantadosi and Alfred
Bryan
The chorus reads:
I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier,
I brought him up to be my pride and joy,
Who dares to put a musket on his shoulder,
To shoot some other mother's darling boy?
Let nations arbitrate their future troubles,
It's time to lay the sword and gun away,
There'd be no war today,
If mothers all would say,
Didn't raise my boy to be a soldier.
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WEST MELBOURNE -
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More than 350 people
gathered June 7 to cele-
brate the local continuing
care retirement communi-
ty's combination silver
anniversary and ground-
breaking ceremony.
"I feel very blessed to be
standing here, to see our
dreams come true," said
Glenn Braswell, manag-
ing director of Buena
Vida Estates. "This heavy
equipment behind me
will soon come alive."
Community leaders,
business partners and
Buena Vida residents
watched as members of
the project team, the.
board of directors and
future residents broke,
ground on a 90,000-
square-foot expansion
project.
When complete, the
expansion will nearly
double the size of the
community, with 75
additional living' units.
Twenty-seven of the new
units will be luxury
apartment homes, 32 will
be private assisted-living
apartments and 16 units
will be specialized mem-
ory care apartments.
As a Continuing Care
Retirement Community,
Buena Vida offers inde-
pendent living, assisted-
living and skilled nursing
care options at one loca-
tion.
In addition to the new
residential units, the


expansion will also create
a "Main Street" with a
cocktail lounge, bistro,
hair salon, barbershop
and banking services.
"Buena Vida means
'The Good Life,'" said
Dan Carter, president of
Buena Vida. "This is a
great way to keep spous-
es and friends together
throughout the retire-
ment years."
Mr. Carter thanked resi-
dent Shirley Sullivan, a
long-time resident, for
her $1 million donation
to the Buena Vida foun-
dation.
"(Her donation) made a
huge difference in mak-,
ing this dream come true
for all of us," said Mr.'
Carter.
Mr. Braswell said Ms.,
Sullivan is popular
among Buena Vida resi-
dents.
"Aside from her dona-
tion, she is a also won-
derful person," said Mr.
Braswell.
West Melbourne's lead-
ers, including city man-
ager David Reynal, Police
Chief Brian Lock, Mayor
Shirley Bradshaw, and
council members Vir-
ginia Blanchard, John
D'Amico, Jan Lieson and
Bill Mettrick also attended
the event.
"Twenty-five years ago, I
was on the West Mel-
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Lumber Liquidators
comes to Melbourne

MELBOURNE Lumber
Liquidators will open its
newest store Friday, June
22, at 2525 W. New Haven
Ave.
Because this will be the
company's 101st store, the
first 101 people to enter
the new store will receive a
Bellawood floor-care
cleaning kit valued at $25.
Of those, one person will
have a chance to win a free
hardwood floor, up to
$1,000.
Store hours are 9 a.m. to
6 p.m. Monday to Friday
and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur-
days.
For information, visit
www. lumberliquidators.co
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Credit Union wins
lender award

MELBOURNE Space
Coast Credit Union has
received the Fannie Mae
Prime Alliance Credit
Union Lender of the Year
award in the large-sized
credit union category.
The awards were given
during the Prime Alliance
Symposium in Indian
Wells, Calif.
Information about the
credit union's mortgage
programs is available at
www.SCCU.com, (321)
752-2222 or (800) 447-
7228.

Two types of English
classes offered at BCC

The Brevard Community
College Institute for Busi-
ness Training and Com-
munity Education offers
two non-credit English
language programs.
They are the part-time
English for Speakers of
Cther Languages and the
full-time Intensive English
classes for foreign stu-,
d nts.
The ESOL classes are
ofered at four levels for 10
veeks. Courses will begin
Spt. 10 at the Cocoa, Mel-
b)urne and Palm Bay. Cost
is $217, which includes
bioks.
rhe intensive program,
wiich runs for 14 weeks, is
conducted 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
1Vonday to Friday, begin-
nhg Sept. 4, at the Cocoa
canpus. Cost is $595 per
cliss.
registration and place-
nrent testing is required.
0or information, call
(21) 433-7516 or (321)
4:3-7517.

LDam about businesses
at Marketplace

PALM BAY The first
Biyfront Marketplace of
Opportunities in Palm Bay
is scheduled 11:30 a.m. to
2p.m. Friday, June 29, in
font of the Greater Palm
Biy Chamber of Com-
nierce office, 4100 Dixie
Highway N.E.
SRepresentatives of cham-
ber businesses will be on
hand to answer questions
and provide information
on their products and
services.


Business
RFiom page A8
tourne City Council cele-
hrating the grand opening
of Buena Vida," said Ms.
Lieson, who is also a
Buena Vida resident.
"What an exciting time,
now 25 years later, to be
'celebrating this huge
Expansionn"
For information or a site


visit, call (321) 724-0060.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
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at sauerman@hometown-
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Food vendors will be
available.
Chamber members may
purchase booth space for
$25.
For information, call
(321) 951-9998 or visit
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Wuesthoff doctor
to give presentation
in Hawaii

MELBOURNE A local
doctor will give a presenta-
tion at the 40th annual
National Undersea and
Hyperbaric Medicine Soci-
ety conference in Maui,
Hawaii.
Dr. Lauren E. Romeo,
medical director of
Wuesthoff Health System
Hyperbaric and Wound
Care Center, 1698W. Hibis-
cus Blvd., will present a
case study on "Hyperbaric
Oxygen Therapy for Calci-
phylaxis Induced Necro-
tizing Fasciitis.

Campanini to chair
LEAD Brevard

CAPE CANAVERAL -
Bino Campanini of Satellite
Beach has been inducted
as chairman of the board
of LEAD Brevard.
Mr. Campanini is the
chief executive officer of
Stottler Stag & Associates.


In 2006, he was recog-
nized by LEAD Brevard as
one of the "Four Under 40
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tion of Leaders."
He also serves on the
board of trustees for Flori-
da Institute of Technology
and the board of directors
of the Brevard Art Museum
and Space Coast Tiger Bay.
His goals for LEAD Bre-
vard are to increase fund-
ing and widen community
outreach.

Green showcase
home under
construction

INDIALANTIC Con-
struction has begun on
Florida's Showcase Green
Envirohome.
The original structure
was destroyed by Hurri-
cane Frances and Jeanne
in 2004.
The house will be
rebuilt using leading-
edge solar, wind and
other materials technolo-
gies to be a 3,500-square-
foot, "near-zero energy"
home.
This first-of-its-kind
"green" home and resi-
dential touring facility
will offer free scheduled
walkthroughs for one year.
To learn more, visit
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From page Al
land, who lives behind the
Daily Bread.
Mike Brownlie, of
Brownlie Maxwell Funeral
Home, said the problems
came when the Daily
Bread opened its doors.
"We had a meeting with


(Melbourne city staff
members) about the prob-
lems a year ago, and they
said they were working on
it. Then nothing hap-
pened," said Mr. Brownlie.
"There isn't one of us in
here that hasn't given to
these people on the streets.
But when you're attacked,
when your business is bro-
ken into, enough is


enough."
Mr. Farrell said he has
tried to open lines of com-
munication with the
neighborhood and the city
staff, with limited success.
"We called and left mes-
sages with all of our neigh-
bors," said Mr. Farrell. "I
told them, 'If you have a
problem on your property,
call me, and I'll be right
there.'"
The Daily Bread is trying
to be a good neighbor, Mr.
Farrell said.
"We've offered to be part
of a neighborhood watch
committee," he said. "I
can't find anyone to join
me."
Mr. Farrell said he has
also been unsuccessful in
trying to schedule a meet-
ing with Melbourne Mayor
Harry Goode to discuss the
situation.
"He hasn't called me
back," said Mr. Farrell.
Mayor Goode told
Hometown News he has a
policy of not discussing
pending issues with the
parties involved.
"I try to keep an open
mind," said Mayor Goode.
"This will be one of the
most difficult matters we'll
ever see (as a council). I'm
well aware of the problem.
I come down Fee Avenue
every day."
Indeed, crime statistics
have dropped since Mr.
Farrell became Daily
Bread's executive director
almost a year ago.
Melbourne Police
Department public infor-
mation specialist Jill Fred-
eriksen evaluated police
calls to the neighborhood
surrounding Daily Bread
for a six-month period in
2006 and the same period
in 2007.
"The number (of all
police calls in that area)
dropped from 927 last year
to 608 this year," said Ms.
Frederiksen.
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policies implemented by
Mr. Farrell or because of
increased police presence
is unclear, but Police Chief
Don Carey said the area
remains a priority.
"The Melbourne Police
Department continues, on
a daily basis, to provide
special attention to the
Daily Bread and the imme-
diate neighborhood," said
Chief Carey. "We have not
eliminated the nuisance
problems in the area, but
the problems have been
reduced."
John Cooper, owner of
Melbourne Motors, finds
even the reduced number
of calls to be too high.
"If I had a bar, and they
had that many (police
calls) in a year, they'd shut
that bar down," said Mr.
Cooper.
Despite the neighbors'
complaints, a recent study
commissioned by the city
didn't find a negative
impact from the Daily
Bread's presence, Mr. Far-
rell said.
Last year, the city paid
$15,000 to Orlando-based
Real Estate Research Con-
sultants for "A Quantitative
and Qualitative Evaluation
of the Impacts of the Daily
Bread Soup Kitchen in
Melbourne's Downtown
Area."
Researchers reviewed
public tax roll data, real
estate transaction histories
and historical develop-
ment activity in areas with-
in 500 feet and 1,000 feet of
the soup kitchen, and
compared data to that of
the entire downtown area
and the entire city of Mel-
bourne.
In their "bottom-line of
the analysis," the group
concluded "RERC was
unable to define or docu-
ment any significant tangi-
ble economic impacts -
positive or negative of
the Daily Bread soup
kitchen on property values
or other business indica-
tors in downtown Mel-
bourne."
Researchers barely lis-
tened to the complaints of
business owners north of
Daily Bread, said Mr. Don-
ahoe.
In the body of the report,
RERC notes that neighbors
north of the Daily Bread
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about business conditions,
perceived reasons for the
economic downturn, the
future outlook and the
impact of homeless resi-
dents in the neighbor-
hood.
When asked why those
complaints were not
reflected in the study's
conclusions, RERC repre-
sentative Bill Owen said it
was "really beyond the
scope of what (the city)
asked us to do."
"That's not measurable,"
said Mr. Owen. "None (of
the business owners)
could tell me how many
customers they had lost
(due to Daily Bread's pres-
ence.)"
He added that he told
city staff that it would be
very difficult to "isolate
and measure the impact
(of Daily Bread) to the
neighborhood."
When asked what should
be done about the situa-
tion, Mr. Owen offered his
opinion.
"Take care of the home-
less people," he said. "I
consider that my own per-
sonal agenda."
When asked whether it
was appropriate to com-
mission a study with
someone with an apparent
bias, city manager Jack
Schluckebier was not con-
cerned.
"No doubt, he's a human
being," said Mr. Schlucke-
bier. "His report is already
on record. He gave us a
balanced view."
Former city council
member and downtown
resident Pat Poole sur-
mised Mr. Owen's results
reflected the opinions of
those who hired him.
"(Mr. Owen) got paid big
bucks for (the study), so
how else was it going to
come out?" said Ms. Poole.
Among the study's con-
clusions, RERC reported
that the recent increase in
problematic activity "is
largely a result of down-
town's increasing prosperi-
ty, a reduction of focused
police attention and the
business strategies of a
limited number of dedicat-
ed and experienced pan-
handlers and persons
involved in criminal activ-
ities."
Mr. Cooper said he has
encountered several of the
referenced homeless resi-
dents involved in criminal
activities.
"There are three guys in
(Brevard Correctional
Institution at) Sharpes in
jail for attacking me," said
Mr. Cooper. "One of them
is a person of interest in a


double murder in Pennsyl-
vania."
Mr. Cooper. said that he
accidentally killed a
homeless person while
defending himself from a
late-night attack at his
business more than three
years ago.
"I've seen the worst of
the worst," said Mr. Coop-
er. "I'm rolling the dice
when I'm in my shop (late
at night.)"
Not all neighbors want
Daily Bread to close its
doors. Rob Selkow has
lived less than one-third of
a mile from the soup
kitchen for more than five
years.
He says he understands
why some people are
opposed to the expansion.
"There are some hus-
tlers who take advantage
of the free meals," said Mr.
Selkow. "Crime anywhere
is a police issue.
"My support for Daily
Bread is based on the num-
ber of children served.
There are elderly people
and other genuinely needy
people."
Mr. Selkow also
expressed concern for the
mentally ill, many of whom
may be military veterans,
based on his research.
Mr. Farrell agrees that
Daily Bread provides aid to
more than just homeless
people.
"We took a census, and
64 percent of (our clients)
are not homeless," said Mr.
Farrell. "We have a combi-
nation of working poor,
unemployed, medically
challenged, and those on
very low fixed incomes."
Despite their difference
of opinion, Mr. Farrell
hopes to bridge the divide
between Daily Bread and
its neighbors.
"Rather than getting into
this trap, I invite them over,
let them see the rules we
enforce," said Mr. Farrell. "I
challenge them to make us
a part of their group."
The debate will soor
reach City Hall, as Daily
Bread's application for re.
zoning, a conditional usi
permit and site plain
approval are expected to bi
scheduled for public hear
ing with the Planning and
Zoning Board followed bi
the City Council within thi
next two months, sait
planning and economic
development director Cyn
thia Dittmer.

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man at (321) 751-5961 o-
at Sauerman@hometown-
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Salon plans 'Locks
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WEST MELBOURNE A
"Locks of Love" event is
.planned noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday, June 24, at Pixies
Salon, 1141 S. Wickham
Road.
Anyone who donates at
least 10 inches of hair will
receive a free haircut.
Anyone who donates $15
to the cause will also get a
free haircut.
Spots are limited;
appointments are neces-
sary.
Also, there will be a raffle
of donated items.
The salon's goal is to raise
$1,000, enough to sponsor
one child at Locks of Love.
For information, call
(321) 724-2700.


Confederate vets
camp meets June 28
The J.J. Dickison Camp
1387 Sons of Confederate
Veterans will meet at
Thursday, June 28, at
Memaw's Bar-B-Q, 600
Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian
Harbour Beach.
The business meeting is
7-8 p.m.
Ann Bonner will speak at
8 p.m. on "Life in the War
Between the States in
Florida."

Special needs
workshop
planned June 30
MELBOURNE Bridges,
formerly ARC of Brevard,
presents a METDESK Spe-


cial Needs Workshop 10-
11: 30 a.m. Saturday, June
30, in Training Room 1,
Space Coast Credit Union,
20 S. Wickham Road.
The event is free. To reg-
ister, call Nicki A Biamonte
at (321) 610-9915.

Spanish speakers
welcome to club
MELBOURNE The
Intermediate Spanish Club
meets at 1:30 p.m. Tues-
days in the community
room at Melbourne Square
Mall.
Anyone with conversa-
tional skills in Spanish is


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(321)


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information, call
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Photo courtesy of Brevard Community College
The newly renovated Brevard Community College Cosmetology Department will reopen after
a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a. m. Tuesday, June 26, at the Cocoa campus. Pictured are
stylists Melissa Opperman and Lindsay Langford and model Sarah Peterson-Roberts for the
spring hair competition. For information, call (321) 433-7549 or visit www.brevardccedu.


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6100 or (321) 727-7736.

Junior League

installs officers

MELBOURNE The
Junior League of South Bre-
vard Inc. has installed its
officers and directors for
the 2007-08 term.
The new officers are pres-
ident, Sherry Kolleda; pres-


ident-elect, Melissa Reed-
er; vice president finance,
Sara Mayer; vice president
communications, Dana
Morgan; vice president
membership, Patricia
Sutherland; vice president
strategic planning, Jorosy-
lan Williams; vice president
community, Erin Schuck;
vice president finance-
elect, Leslie Gaskins; fund
development, D'Ann Love;


Zonta Club elects officers,


honors two members


placement nominating,
Joanne Patterson; and sus-
tainers, Cindy Eenhuis.
This women's organiza-
tion is committed to pro-
moting voluntarism and
improving the community.
For information, call
(321) 676-5798 or visit


www.jlsb.net.


Newcomers Club

installs officers

The Central Brevard New-
comers Club has installed
officers for the 2007-08 year.


They are Mikki Lee, presi-
dent; Barbara Morgan, vice
president; Janet Olson,
recording secretary; Hazel
Adkisson, corresponding
secretary; and Sandy Laird,
treasurer.
The group is designed to
help residents of less than


three years become
acquainted with events in
the count.
The group's next meeting
will be June 21 at La Cita
country Club. Kieta Ostee-
Chocrane, executive direc-
tor of Brevard Community
College will speak.


Wuesthoff Health System Foundation salutes the major sponsors of the
24th annual Dave Nisbet-Wuesthoff Hospital Golf Tournament held May 4-5.


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

MELBOURNE The
Zonta Club of Melbourne
recently installed new offi-
cers and board members
for the next term, June to
May 2009.
Outgoing officers and
board members are Doris
Larson, president; Claire
Ellis, vice president;
Tiffany King, treasurer;
Judy Walden-Bell, secre-
tary; and Sandy Michelson
and Jean Newell, board
members.
Incoming officers and
board members are Claire
Ellis, president; Sandy
Michelson, vice president;
Margaret Weiss-Buell,
president-elect; Alicia Lar-


ison, secretary; Doris Lar-
son, treasurer; and Tiffany
King and Gail Cordial,
board members
Each year, club members
choose a person who
exemplifies the organiza-
tion's commitment to
service as the Zontian of
the Year. Nominations are
open to all club members
except the sitting presi-
dent and vice president.
Four members were nomi-
nated: Sheree McMillan,
Sandy Michelson, Chris-
tine Tomasetti and Judy
Walden-Bell.
The club was unable to
select just one and there-
fore bestowed the honor
on McMillan and Walden-
Bell.


Militia News
vay


Stacy R. Schumpert

Air Force Airman 1st
Class Stacy R. Schumpert
has graduated from basic
military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
She is the daughter of
Kathryn Jennings of Mel-
bourne. Airman
Schumpert received a
bachelor's degree in 2004
from Queens University. of


Charlotte, N.C.

Thuan M. Tu

Air Force Airman 1st
Class Thuan M. Tu has
graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Lackland
Air Force Base, San Anto-
nio, Texas.
He is the son of Rose
Monson of West Mel-
bourne.

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Doug Wilson Enterprises, Inc.
Wuesthoff iEmergency
Physicians


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Charlie Snell
John Van Corp
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Atlantic Parts Equipment
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Brand Transfer & Storage
CompanX, Inc.
CC'P & MCB Colections
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Craftsnimen Electrical
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Indin River Colonvy Club
iron Mountain
M.H. Wiliams Construteion
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Robert If. Paxson, MD in
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Health System
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Commerce Coatings, Corp.
Kurt P. Panot.,s. Esq.
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Susie Wasdin
Foundation Staff


And, a heartfelt "'Thank You" to the hundreds of individuals, companies and organizations
whose generous contributions and donations helped make this a very successful year


Emil P. Miller, President & CEO,
VWuesthoff Heailh Systemi


Barbara Yandel, Chairman,
Wuesthoff Hellth Systmn Foundation


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Arnold Insurance & Hinancial
Services, Inc.
Beckman-Williamson Funeral
Homes and Crematory
Benko Construction Co., Inc.
Civilian Military Conmaunity
Foundaitior
Chuck lmentei
Coantil iaIlelth Systetrtnof
Brevard, Inc.
ComtpBenefits
Continental Cabinets of
ilBrevard, Inc.
Crest Qleaners
The Crowne Group, Inc,
Dial Plumbing & Air
Conditioning Inc.
Fidelity Bank of Florida
Financial Credit Services
Food & Nutrition
Services Wusthoff
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glazer
Goodxsna Paving, Inc.


The Greenfield Group
GW Systems, Inc.
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Hydro Aluminum
Precision Tubing
Kapus Apartments
Maxwell King
Lincoln financial Group
Merritt Island Air & Heat, Inc.
MI Altman Companies, Inc.
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Ray Howard & Associates
RelayIHealth
Robins & Morton
Ron Jon Surf Shop
SignAccess, Inc.
Southeast iPetroleum
Distributors, Inc.
Space Coast Fire and Safety, Inc.
SSunrise Bank


From left to right: Emil Miller, President & CEO,
SWniesthoff Health Systenm; Dotty Allen, President,
Wifesthff Foundation; Lee Barnlmrt, Tournament
Director; baby CJristopher Banthrart, and dad David
Barlarrt, Director, l'. titi.'lnfornation Systams.



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'Nickel Neuter'



set for June 22


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

TITUSVILLE Animal
Guardians of Brevard is
sponsoring a "Nickel
Neuter" event where low-
and fixed-income cat own-
ers can get a male pet ster-
ilized for just 5 cents.
The clinic will take place
Friday, June 22, at the
SPCA of North Brevard,
455 Cheney Highway


(State Road 50).
Owners must submit an
application. Cats must
have a current rabies cer-
tificate or get a rabies shot
at the owner's expense.
Cats must be transported
to and from the clinic on
time in a carrier.
For information or an
application, call (321) 269-
0536 or visit www.Animal-
GuardiansofBrevard.org.


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

VIERA One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road, is hosting "It's a
Man's Day" from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Friday, June 29.
The free event will fea-
ture speakers; demonstra-
tions of home repair, fish-
ing, golf, exercise and
fitness; computers, money
saving tips, door prizes
and barbecue sandwiches
from Charlie & Jake's,
while supplies last.
There is no registration.
For information, call (321)
751-6771 or visit
www. OneSeniorPlace. coin.
Following is the sched-
ule.
10 a.m. Free coffee
selections served from a
1950s Airstream trailer.
Browse antique cars, sam-
ple a cigar from Ashes


Cigar Tavern and meet
Manatee baseball players.
11 a.m. "Suddenly
Senior For Men Only.".
Pamela Tronetti, medical
director at Parrish Senior
Consultation Center, talks
about what men can
expect from their bodies as
they age.
Noon Lunch.
1 p.m. "Identity Theft
- How to Protect Yourself."
Brevard County Sheriff's
Office will provide infor-
mation on how to reduce
your risk of identity theft.
1:30 p.m. "Reduce
Your Homeowner's Insur-
ance Through Wind
Storm Loss Reduction."
Learn how to reduce your
insurance premium with a
house inspection that
reviews your home's struc-
ture and hurricane protec-
tion.


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Some secrets can cause harm, should not be kept quiet


Jennifer's sneakers
made a sticky kind of
sound as she trudged
own the poorly lit halls of
St. Peter's Preparatory
Institution.
She had a sleepless night
again.
For a few hours over the
past few days, she com-
forted herself by rational-
izing that she was only a
junior in high school and
she had plenty of time to
pull herself together.
She knew better, though.
This pain was going to
last for a very long time.


Her best friend for so
many years, Hilary, was
out of her life and it stung
her heart like an open
wound.
They had been through
so much together.
They had laughed just a
few weeks earlier about
being the school's "rude-
ness police" and writing
mock tickets to their peers.
Jennifer's father gave her
hand a small squeeze and
flashed a brave smile as
they finally reached the
counselor's office.
"This is the right thing,


Jenn," he said gently as he
knocked on Sister Sherry's
outer door.
Within seconds, the
school's most experienced
guidance counselor
opened the door, took a
look at Jennifer and put
her arm around her
shoulder, guiding her into
the office..
A knowing smile over her
shoulder gave Jennifer's
father the confidence to
leave his daughter to the
attentive care of the
school's dedicated health
professional.
Sister Sherry steered
Jennifer to the couch and
then took a seat on a
simple wooden swivel
chair.
Sister Sherry sat quietly
waiting for Jennifer speak
first.
The seconds passed at a
snail's pace for Jennifer as
she resisted making eye
contact with the coun-
selor.
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part of an hour had
painfully passed, Jennifer
blurted out, "I never
should have told."
Sister Sherry paused a
few seconds, carefully
measuring her response.
"Yes, you should have,
Jennifer. In fact, if you
hadn't ..."
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Five minutes passed
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my heart is breaking."
"Go on," Sister Sherry
smiled at Jennifer with a
nod.
"I mean, she's gone now;
Hilary she's gone away."
"But, the point is that she
will be coming back,"
Sister Sherry gently
reminded her. "Back from
treatment."
"Sure, but she'll never
speak to me again."
"Maybe not. But you
were her only true friend.
Let's talk about that for a
minute."
After pausing a few
seconds, the words
suddenly rushed back to
Jennifer from two years
earlier.
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stray tears with her baggy
sleeve she told her coun-
selor, "You know, along
while back we learned in
religion class that, 'There-
fore all things whatsoever
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do to you, do ye even so to
them...' and I think that I
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figure out what that
means.
"It's about my duty as a
person, right?"
"Good for you, Jennifer.
So, maybe let's talk about
that for a minute."

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(vegetarian sauce avail-
able as well), salad, bread,
dessert and beverage.
Cost is $7 for adults and
$4 for children, ages 5-12.
Beer and wine will be
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For information, call
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Baseball, apple pie
and mosquitoes; all
these things are
synonymous with the
American way of life.
Since we spend more of
our free time relaxing
outdoors, these pesky
creatures can make life
extremely uncomfortable
and in some cases, danger-
ous.
Mosquitoes can be more
than just a menace; they
can carry diseases such as
malaria and West Nile virus,
just to name a few.
West Nile virus has been a
menace for the past few
years, and its presence has
been spreading yearly. As
you can see, controlling
mosquitoes in your yard can
be beneficial for your sanity
as well as your health.
Before we talk about ways
to help control these pests,
here are a few mosquito
facts.
Mosquitoes have four
stages of development: egg,
larva, pupa and adult.
Their larva and pupa
stages are spent in water.
When the adult mosqui-
toes emerge, the first thing
they want is your blood.
Keep in mind that only the
female will bite. The blood
supplies the mosquito with
the protein needed to
develop her eggs. Then cycle
then begins all over again. .
If this cycle were allowed
to go unchecked, you would
be in for a miserable
summer.
This year will probably be
a bad year for infestation
because of the heavy rains
we have had the past couple
of months.
There is plenty of standing
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There are, however, many
steps you can take to control
these pesky critters.
First, walk around your
property and remove any
old tin cans, containers and
old tires.
Clean gutters so they are
not clogged and holding
standing water.
If you have an ornamental
pond, stock it with fish.
If you have birdbaths and
fountains, change the water
twice a week to keep the
water from getting stagnant.
There are other steps you
can take to control infesta-
tion, such as spraying the
perimeter of your yard with
a designated mosquito
spray.
These sprays can be
purchased at most retail
garden centers and come in
sprayer containers that can
be attached to your hose.
Use and follow label
directions carefully.
If you don't like to use
insecticides, there are a
number of natural ways to
make your outdoor activi-
ties more enjoyable.
One that works really well
is lining the perimeter of
your recreation area with


garden torches. Not only are
they functional, but they
also add a great atmosphere
to your evening entertain-
ing.
Another great idea is to
use a chimney. Lighting a
fire is not just for \-inter. The
smoke from a fire is a
natural deterrent to mos-
quitoes and it also adds a
uarm feeling to your
outdoor palace.
There is yet another %%ay to
deter the pesky critters. Line
your outdoor aiea with
citronella geranium plants.
These annuals, which can
grow to be as large as 2 feet,
have a distinctive citronella
scent. The scent is readily
released %when you rub or
crush the leaves of the plant.
it has been said that the
plant can deter mosquitoes.
but I have not been able to
actually prove it. Since the
plants are attractive, it is
worth trying. Plant them in
full sun and in an area
where they will get good air
circulation. The plants
require a steady source of a
good fertilizer to keep the
leaves from turning yellow.
The plant can also be
grown indoors in a contain-
er providing you have a
good light source.
The plant, which is also
known as the "mosquito
plant," is in the geranium
family, as you \\ill see by
the leaf structure.
Joe Zelenak has 26 .ea rs
experience in gardening
and landscape. Send e-
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south.net or visit his llib
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Delight your palate with Italian-style cutlets, peppers


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pers. Hope you had
a good week.
Father's Day was over-
shadowed by Hometown
News' fifth anniversary.
Nothing in this world is
more important than a
tribute to good fathers,
but business is business.
Today a simple tribute
to all the men out there
who are doing the right
thing, as my husband
did, and hopefully, the
sons we raised.
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special poem I found
years ago that I've
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wall in the main bath-
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man.


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From beneath his arm ...
to be protected by him:
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loved by him.
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honored your husband,
father and the father of
your children even
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ARLENE BORG
Grammy Guru

Let's spice up life
with peppers.


What is the one thing you
can make that would dress
up any simple dinner?
Fried peppers!
Loaded with fiber,
nutrition and vitamins,
fried, sweet peppers in any
color complete a delicious
dinner.
We're about to celebrate
the Fourth of July.
Plan to fry up a huge
batch of peppers. They
freeze great. Grill some
sausages, chicken or any
kind of meat.,Top your
choice with peppers.
Delicious.
A humble pork chop or
steak becomes a spectacu-
lar dinner with the addi-
tion of peppers.
When I was a child, mom
would occasionally make
Italian-style fried chicken
cutlets, served with a
squeeze of lemon and a
side of this wonderful
vegetable.
I prefer green or red
peppers for the price and
their vitamin content.


Did you know that a red
bell pepper has twice the
amount of Vitamin C as an
orange?
My favorite pepper is the
Cubanelle; a long light
green or red, sweet pepper.
When I was a kid I remem-
ber them being called
Italianelle.
Know how to tell the
difference between a
sweet or hot pepper?
Sweet peppers usually
have rounded bumpy
ends, while hot peppers
have pointy ones.
Check out produce
stores or stands for the
best price.
Sweet, roasted red
peppers will make an
ordinary sandwich a
gourmet's delight.
Forget the mayo or
mustard; drizzle lightly
with extra virgin olive oil.
Enjoy. See you next week.

FRIED PEPPERS
Serves four or more
Three large bell peppers,
any color, or four to six
Cubanelle peppers
2 tablespoons extra
virgin olive oil
Salt, pepper and paprika
Three or four large
cloves garlic, peeled and
cut up 1
Thinly sliced onions
(optional)

For bell peppers, wash
and cut in large strips,
discarding the stem and
seeds. Dry on paper
towels. When using
Cubanelle peppers, try
cooking them whole.
Heat oil in skillet. Fry


peppers slowly over
medium-low heat, lightly
browning on all sides.
Keep a close eye they can
burn in a flash. When
peppers are half cooked,
add onions, garlic and
sprinkle with salt, pepper
and paprika. Cook, turning
occasionally until tender.
Serve warm or cold.

ROASTED RED BELL
PEPPERS
Place washed peppers in
pan on lower rack of oven.
Broil until the skin turns
almost black, turning until
entire pepper is roasted.
Place peppers in a paper
or plastic bag. When cool
enough to handle peel,
seed and tear into large
segments.

ITALIAN-STYLE
CHICKEN CUTLETS
Serves four
1 large chicken breast
Remove fat and nerve;
separate lobes and cut
horizontally into fairly thin
slices.

For egg wash: Mix 1 egg
or egg white and 1/2 cup
milk with seasonings.
For crumb mixture: Add
1 1/2 cups plain bread-
crumbs to seasonings
(listed below).
Seasonings:
1 teaspoon grated Italian
cheese
1/2 teaspoon garlic
powder
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
Salt and pepper


Dip cutlets in wash then
crumb mixture. Fry in a
small amount of canola oil
until golden on both sides.
Add more oil as needed.
Drain on paper towels.
This takes only a few
minutes. Cutlets cook fast
and over cooking will
make them tough.
Low-fat magic: Prepare
cutlets as above, but do
not fry. Place on a cookie
sheet that has been treated
with cooking spray. Spray
top of cutlets.
Bake in a hot, 400 degree
F oven for 10 minutes; they
will brown and cook just
right.
* Let's talk: Arlene Borg,
the Grammy Guru, is
available for talks from
south Vero to Hobe Sound,
call (772) 465-5656 or (800)
823-0466.
* NIB: When a recipe is
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LISA M. ONORATO
The Hype


Summer

tiki bar

roundup
No self-respecting tiki
bar columnist could
leave Capt. Hiram's
out of her summer tiki bar
rodeo.
A fixture in Sebastian for
as long as I can remember,
Capt. Hiram's has evolved
from just another little
"river bar" to the quintes-
sential outdoor weekend
spot.
Though the outside bar
area is now the "Sand Bar"
(the ground is literally
sand), it's still tiki enough
for this discerning enter-
tainment writer.
Besides two large bars,
there are cement tables
topped with straw scat-
tered throughout the sand,
like a drinker's archipelago.
Capt. Hiram's is easily
attainable from boat or car.
Visitors can either dock at
one of the boat slips
available, or just idle their
boat up to the "beach" and
anchor down, which is the
way I like to arrive.
Cruising up to the beach
area, the tiki rooftops and
palm trees vibrate in the
river breeze. Once you hear
the music and see dancing
bodies, you can't help but
feel like an explorer from a
foreign land, mesmerized
by the native people.
While the atmosphere is
the main appeal of Capt.
Hiram's, the entertainment
is a close second. Some
really good bands come
through, from rock, reggae
(most recently, Maxi Priest)
and acoustic, to an
upcoming punk show with
Unwritten Law June 23.
The crowd runs the
gamut from families to.
seniors, but all seem to
coexist peacefully. Who has
time to spar when there're
mai tais to be had?
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'Big Surf Show' hits air


Photo courtesy of Danny Morris
Local guitarist Danny Morris hosts 'The Big Surf Show' from
6-8 a.m. Saturday on WFIT-FM 89.5.


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Dick Dale may have pioneered the surf guitar
sound, but Brevard County residents have their
own local legend in the genre.
Local surf guitar devotee Danny Morris lends his
knowledge and enthusiasm toWFIT-FM 89.5 from
6-8 a.m. Saturday on "The Big Surf Show."
The radio show will serve as both an entertaining
and educational journey into the world of surf
music.
Mr. Morris said he came up with the idea after
conducting a music seminar for the East Coast
Surfing Hall of Fame.
"My band came in and I did a timeline presenta-
tion of how surf music evolved," Mr. Morris said. "I
thought it would be cool to be able to spin the
music at a radio station."
The show went live on WFIT last month, and Mr.
Morris said the response from listeners has been
enthusiastic. "I've been getting a lot of e-mails and
calls," Mr. Morris said.
"People remember the music from back in the
day and can relate to surfing and beach music," he
said.
However, Mr. Morris wants to expose the com-
munity to more than just the older surf standards.
He said he enjoys sharing bands that were
making music alongside the Ventures and the
Safaris but didn't get mass exposure.
"Their music is just as good," he said. "Groups
like The Vistas, Nocturnes, Chandelles and Reve-
lairs."
Mr. Morris, who's been playing guitar and singing
since he was in elementary school, was born in
North Carolina. He gave up college to play in a
band full-time.
Eventually, he caught the "ear" of The
Nighthawks, a blues band that was well known in
the Washington, D.C., area.
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From page B1
Soon after, he joined the band and toured
with them from 1990-95.
But Mr. Morris said he was always
intrigued by guitar-driven surf music and its
relationship to blues and rock. During his
time with The Nighthawks, he had his own
band and performed his unique style of
blues/surf music.
He said Nighthawks' fans were surprised
at the "new" style of music he was playing.
"We were playing in a club in Detroit and
people were expecting 'Danny Morris from
The Nighthawks,'" he said.
"People said we don't know what (this
music) is, but we like it."
To Mr. Morris, the blues and surf music
are closely linked, with only environment
separating the two.
"The blues conjures up a smokey bar," he
said. "Surf music conjures up being outside
in the sun and waves."
Seeking an environmental change of his
own, Mr. Morris moved to Winter Park in
2002 to attend Full Sail: School of Film, Art,
Design, Music and Media Production,
where he studied music production. He
would travel to the Space Coast on the
weekends to play with other musicians.
Eventually, he formed the local trio known


as the Danny Morris Band.
In addition to doing the radio show each
Saturday morning, he performs regularly
with his band and still manages to squeeze
in some surf sessions.
He said the future holds exciting things for
"The Big Surf Show."
"I haven't even touched into the new
bands. There are a lot out there," he said.
Mr. Morris said his show will feature
everything from surf music to spy music
(think theme to "Mission Impossible" and
"Secret Agent Man") and garage rock.
A June 2 play list included music by the
Astronauts, Stray Cats, Frank Zappa, the
Mermen and Los Straightjackets.
With an impressive music resume and an
eclectic mix of influences, Mr. Morris' radio
mission is surprisingly simple.
"I just want to get you stoked in the
morning to get up and check the waves," he
said.
For information about "The Big Surf Show"
and a past show playlist, visit www.wfit.org.
For information on Mr Morris, visit
www.dannymorrisband.com.

Contact Lisa M. Onorato at (321) 751-5963
or thehype@hometownnewsol.com.


The Hype
From page B1
Capt. Hiram's is at 1580
U.S 1, Sebastian.
For information, visit
www. hirams.com or call
(772) 589-4345.

This weekend

Art exhibit: Mixed
media art by Joey Heyl on
display Saturday, June 23 at
the Brevard Museum of Art
and Science, 1463 High-
land Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 242-0737.
Comedy: Melbourne
Civic Theater presents
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* Soul: Billie Lee Soul
Revue at 9 p.m. Saturday,
June 23 at Lou's Blues, 3191
N. A1A, Indialantic. Call
(321) 779-2299.
* Blues: Josh Miller will
perform Friday, June 22
and Saturday, June 23 at
Paddy Cassidy's Irish Pub,
2009 N. Atlantic Ave.,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321)
783-0810.
* Live music: Acoustic
Harvest Showcase will
perform from 8-11 p.m.
Saturday, June 23 at The
Sun Shoppe Cafe, 540 E.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 676-


1438.
Live music: Belfast Billy
will perform at 8 p.m.
Saturday, June 23 at Meg
O'Malley's, 812 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Call (321) 952-5510.
Surf guitar: The Danny
Morris Band will perform
at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 23
at the Key West Bar, 2286
A1A, Indian Harbour
Beach. Call (321) 773-1577.
Reggae: Dub City Tribe
performs at 1 p.m. Sunday,
June 24 at Sebastian Beach
Inn, 7035 S. A1A, Mel-
bourne Beach. $3 and $5.
Call (321) 728-4311

Contact Lisa M. Onorato
at (321) 751-5963 or e-mail
thehype@hometownnew-
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Entertainment will
include musical perform-
ances by Diabolic Intent,
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concert by Chris Green.
There will be raffles, a
pet photo contest, food
and drinks, vendors and
more.
Admission is a donation
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FRIDAY, JUNE 22

Chaucer: Brevard Theatrical
Ensemble presents '"he Canter-
bury Tales IX" June 21 through
June 23 at Melbourne Village
Hall. Tickets are $20. For informa-
tion, call (321) 676-0697 or visit
www.brevardensemble.com.
Friday Fest: Cocoa Village
Association presents a bluegrass-
themed street party from 6-9
p.m. at Riverfront Park in Cocoa.
Features craft and business ven-
dors, children's activities and
entertainment Details: (321)
633-0806.

SATURDAY, JUNE 23

Art exhibit: Joey Heyl's mixed
media exhibit "Spare Change"
opens at the Brevard Museum of
Art and Science, 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. On display
through July 22. Details: (321)
242-0737.
Cosmic electronic: The Bre-
vard Community College Plane-
tarium and Observatory hosts
light shows set to electronic
music at 9 p.m. The digital shows
were created by students at BCC.
Details: (321) 433-7372.
Jazz benefit: An evening of
jazz will benefit the Space Coast
Early Intervention Center Satur-
day, June 23 at the Holiday Inn
Express Space Coast Convention
Center, 301 Tucker Lane, Cocoa.
Musicians featured include Dan
Siegel, Ken Navarro and Michael
Paulo. A pre-concert dinner will
be from 5:30-7:30 p.m. A silent
auction will be from 7-8 p.m.,
with the concert beginning at
8:30 p.m. Details: (321) 783-
9004 or visit www.jazzseries.com.

SUNDAY, JUNE 24

*Bluegrass: Castaway Blue-
grass Bunch host an open jam
from 3-6 p.m., Trailhead Park,
1400 Marie St, Malabar. Bring
cooler, lawn chair.

TUESDAY, JUNE 26
Band: Melbourne Municipal
Band presents "Not in the Park"


picnic concert No. 1 at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 26 at Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.
Free, but tickets are required.
Attendees can bring a picnic din-
ner. Concession stand will sell
snacks and beverages. No alco-
hol allowed. Details: (321) 724-
0555.
Show time: The King Center
for the Performing Arts presents
"The Producers" at 8 p.m. Tues-
day, June 26-28. The King Center
is at 3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Ticket prices vary.
Details: (321) 242-2219.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jazz ball: Swingtime Jazz
Band presents lunee Moon Ball"
at 7 p.m. Friday, June 29 at the
Melbourne Auditorium, 625 E.
Hibiscus Blvd. Tickets are $5 in
advance and $6 at the door.
Details at Honor America: (321)
724-0555.

THEATERS

Melbourne Civic Theater:
817 E Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. The theater produces
various plays, dasses, murder
mystery dinner shows, events
and experimental theater
throughout the year. For informa-
tion, call (321) 723-6935.
Surfside Playhouse: Located
at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach,
the theater produces various
plays and musicals, as well as
hosting a youth player group and
workshops. For information, call
(321) 783-3013.
Theatre Company of Palm
Bay: Operates out of the auditori-
um at the Palm Bay campus of
Brevard Community College but
is not affiliated with the school.
The Palm Bay campus of BCC is
at 250 Community College Park-
way. Call (321) 723-3056 or visit
www.theatrepalmbay.org.
STitusville Playhouse: Located
at 301 Julia St., Titusville, the the-
ater produces various plays and
musicals, as well as hosting a
youth player group and work-
shops. For information, call (321)
268-1125,


fITS NOTES


GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

Art and Antique Studio: The
Art and Antique Studio, 1419
Highland Ave., Melbourne, is
open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday. Open until 8:30
p.m. first Fridays of the month.
For information, call (321) 253-
5553.
Brevard Museum of Art and
Science: Located at 1463 High-
land Ave., Melbourne, is open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Admission, which indudes entry
to both the museum and the
Children's Science Center, is $5
for adults, $3 for senior citizens
and $2 for children and students
with identification. Free for muse-
um members. Admission is free
to the general public 1 to 5 p.m.
Thursday. For information, call
(321) 242-0737.
Brevard Museum of History
and Science: Located at 2201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it is open
Monday through Saturday 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday noon-
4 p.m. Admission for adults is
$5.50, $5 for senior citizens, $3.50
for children 5-16 and $4 for col-
lege students. Museum mem-
bers are admitted free. For infor-
mation, call (321) 632-1830.
Downstairs Gallery: Located
at 909 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is free. For informa-
tion, call (321) 727-8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
Located at 1470 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, open 1-5 p.m. Tues-
days to. For information, call
(321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass Design
Studio: Located at 2415 Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. Open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Satur-
day. For information, call (321)
725-7005 or visit www.forema-
nartglass.com.
Kennedy Space Center
Gallery: Features an exhibit of
various collections of space art at
the Kennedy Space Center Visitor
Complex on NASA Parkway off
State Road 405. Admission is $37
for adults and $27 for children


ages 3 -11. Open 9 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. For information, call (321)
452-2121.
LoPressionism Gallery:
Exhibits artwork of local and
international artists. Hours are 11
a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday
through Thursday and Saturday,
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and
from 12-5 p.m. on Sundays. The
gallery is at 1010-B E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. For information,
call (321) 722-6000 or visit
www.lopressionism.com.
Mud Flats Pottery & Gallery:
Located at 826 E. New Haven
Ave., downtown Melbourne.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
days to Saturdays. Features fine
handmade works by leading
Pacific Northwest, local and
regional artists in a variety of
media. For information, call (321)
951-1310.
North Brevard Historical
Museum: Located at 301 S.
Washington Ave., downtown
Titusville. Open from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Admission is free and guided
group tours are available. For
information, call (321) 269-3658.
Rossetter House Historical
Museum: The historical house
and museum is open 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Wednesday through Sat-
urday and is located at 1320
Highland Ave., in old Eau Gallie.
Admission for guided tours is $5,
and admission to museum
grounds is free. For information,
call (321) 254-9855.
Silken Galleria: Hosts and
exhibits the artwork of local
award-winning artists Sigi Ober-
laender, Renne Decator, Jerry
Hooper, Seth Novak, June Miller,
Barbara Perlmutter, Elizabeth
Kaufmann, Lauri Tagliaferro, Vicki
Busy and Pam McLean. Gallery is
at 912 A E. New Haven, Ave, Mel-
bourne. Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday, and
noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Informa-
tion: (321) 733-2788.
Sunshine Framing and Art
Gallery: The gallery hosts a vari-
ety of passes, guest artists and
events at 5410 Murrell Road,
Suite 111, Viera. For information,
call (321) 433-3332.


Sundancer Gallery: The
gallery is an outlet for young
Native American artists and jew-
elry makers and hosts well-
known visiting artists. Hours are
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
through Saturday, and noon to 6
p.m. Sunday. The gallery is at 6
Florida Ave., Cocoa Village. For
information, call (321) 631-


0092.
The Valiant Command War-
bird Museum: Features displays
of military aircraft pre World War
II to the present The museum is
at the Space Coast Regional Air-
port, 6600 Tico Road, Titusville
and is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
seven days a week. For informa-
tion, call (321) 268-1941.


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MELBOURNE The LoPressionism
Gallery of Fine Art, 1010-B E. New
Haven Ave., has scheduled several
workshops.
For information or to register, call
(321) 722-6000.
All costs include a $20 non-refund-
able deposit due at registrations
The list of programs follows.
PMC Bling Bling Rings: 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. July 7. Cost: $95, plus a $75 mate-
rials fee payable to the instructor on
the day of class. Create a silver ring set
with a faceted gemstone using Precious
Metal Clay. This substance is pure
silver that is pulverized and mixed with
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Children' Art Workshops: Time, 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 7-11, July 23. Ages
12-16, July 30. Cost: $100. Each student
will leave with two paintings and a 3D
assembled piece. Instructor: Artist
Heather Everett.


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to 1:30 p.m. July 24, 26 and 31, and Aug.
2. Cost: $30 per day; two for $55; four
$100. Each day has a different theme.
Child will leave with at least two new
pieces.

Dickens Carolers
plan open audtions

Brevard Theatrical Ensemble Inc.
announces open auditions for the
Dickens Carolers.
Auditions will be at 2 p.m. June 24,
July 1 and 15 in the community room at
Melbourne Square Mall.
Sopranos, tenors and basses are
needed.
This is a professional ensemble and
singers receive stipends for their
participation.
Performances start after Thanksgiving
and last until Dec. 22.
For information, call (321) 676-0697
or visit www.brevardensemble.com.

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(Syndicated News) In recent years, much
of the news coverage involving the salmon
industry has centered
on the health impacts
of wild versus farmed
salmon -- most
notably differing lev-
els of chemicals (both
good and bad) found
in the two types. To a .
lesser extent, media
coverage has also sur-
rounded the economi-
cal impact that the
farming of salmon has
had on the industry as
a whole. While the battle over health impacts
continues to rage on, however, a recent report
released by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
seems to have cleared up any negativity
towards the economic impact of salmon
farming.
"The report is important in that it reveals
the popularity of farmed salmon is not a sig-
nificant detrimental factor to the economic
status of wild salmon harvesters," states
Rafael Puga of Salmon of the Americas
(http://SalmonoftheAmericas.com). "Farmed


salmon and wild salmon both have their
niche, and the report reveals what many
industry insiders have
known for years -- that the
9 salmon industry would be
doing itself a huge disserv-
ice by eliminating farmed
salmon."
In addition to eliminat-
ing speculation that the
farming of salmon was gen-
erally hurting commercial
S fisheries in Alaska and the
[ Pacific Northwest, the
report even went so far as
to add that salmon farming
has advanced the industry in ways that tradi-
tional, wild-caught methods could have
never achieved on their own.
One of the study's authors, Dr. Gunnar
Knapp, feels the report does more than clear
up any misconceptions about the economic
status of the salmon industry -- it introduces
a new element of relevance to the debate.
"A fundamental point ... is that the debate
should not be about wild versus farmed, but
whether each method of production is being
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Melbourne gallery explores art of Cuba


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Marjorie Pravden catego-
rizes the Cuban art that
graces the walls of her new
gallery as "art that makes
you think."
Cuba! Gallery of Fine Art
recently opened in down-
town Melbourne and
features the original works
of contemporary Cuban
artists.
"This gallery is not a
political statement," Ms.
Pravden said.
"What makes this art
unique is that it comes from


the creative senses of people
who cannot leave. They are
cut off from the outside,"
Ms. Pravden said.
Art in Cuba has a long
history, dating back to the
1800s, Ms. Pravden said,
when Cuban artists traveled
to Europe to study art under
the masters of the era.
Currently, there are 21
college-level art schools in
Cuba.
Despite a 1962 U.S.
embargo on Cuba, the
federal government conced-
ed in 1995 that art should be
included in the category of
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alongside literature, which
cannot be kept from U.S.
citizens under the First
Amendment.
Ms. Pravden, a resident of
Palm Bay who grewup in
Panama City, Fla., began
hosting exhibitions of
modem Cuban art at the
Eau GallieYacht Club eight
years ago.
Naturally, people were
suspicious.
'At one point, I was
reported to the Feds by an
exhibit attendee. I guess he
wanted to make sure that I
was legally able to do what I
said I was," Ms. Pravden
recalls.
Ms. Pravden is licensed
through the U.S Depart-
ment of Treasury's Office of
Foreign Assets Control.
The process of licensure is
not an easy one. Ms.
Pravden said there were
"many hoops to jump
through."
"I must account for every
hour spent in Cuba, who I
talked to, where I went and
how long. I must show that
I've been working for eight
hours a day and that there is
no time for a holiday."
Marta Fiol of Melbourne
attended one Ms. Pravden's
exhibits. Mrs. Fiol, who is
now 60, said she left Cuba
when she was 12 years old.
"When I walked in, the
first thing I saw was this
beautiful painting of my
country," Mrs. Fiol said. "I
couldn't stop crying. I hadn't
seen my country since I was
a child."
Mrs. Fiol said she is
supportive of Ms. Pravden's
efforts.
"The money the artists
receive for the work will be
money that they didn't
have," she said. "They use
the money to survive."
Mrs. Fiol said she hopes
that the community will
take an interest in the
artwork.
"I think it would be
beneficial for students here
to see the work (Cuban)
artists are doing with what
little they have."
Ms. Pravden has estab-
lished relationships with the
Cuban artists featured in her
gallery and purchases the
art directly from them.
She said she travels to
Cuba regularly in search of


emerging artists, many of
whom know that she is
coming to Cuba before she
gets there.
Though Ms. Pravden has a
working knowledge of
Spanish, she said she travels
with an interpreter when
visiting artists so that she
doesn't miss important
details regarding the
"conceptual aspect of the
work."
"My experience has been
a feeling of welcoming," Ms.


Pravden said. "After a while,
they (the artists) open up
and talk about their lives. I
feel privileged that they do
open up."
About 50 pieces have
found a home in the 1,000-
square-foot gallery, from the
surrealist images of Juan
Carlos Munoz to the textile
collage work ofAlejandrina
Cue Gonzalez. Ms. Pravden
said she has an inventory of
130 works of art.
The artwork provides a


ABOVE: Cuban artist
Juan Carlos Munoz,
pictured with gallery
owner Marjorie Pravden,
is one of the exhibiting
artists at
Cuba! Fine Art Gallery
in downtown Melbourne.
LEFT: Ms. Pravden said
Roberto
Ferrera Diaz's
'Diaz best'
is a favorite of Cuban
landscape artists,
the most painted region of
the country,
the limestone mogotes
(hills) of Vinales,
in the Pinar del Rio
province.





Photos courtesy
of Marjorie Pravden
glimpse into an otherwise
mysterious world, allowing
patrons to experience the \
life, dreams and fears of
each artist.
"Art is a timeless form of
communication," Ms.
Pravden said.
Cuba! Gallery of Fine Art is
at 541 E. New Haven Ave.
Hours are Tuesday
through Saturday 10 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. and by appoint-
ment. For information, call
(321) 729-8800.


Charity car show planned June 30


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BAY- The first
Charity Car, Truck and Bike
Show is planned noon to 6
p.m. Sunday, June 30, at
Brevard Community


College, 250 Community
College Pkwy.
Money raised will benefit
impoverished families in
the Dominican Republic
and go toward scholar-
ships for BCC students.
Admission is $10 for
adults and $5 for children.
There will be door prizes,
live entertainment, bands,
face painters, bounce
houses, clowns, food


vendors and multi-cultural
entertainment.
A raffle is planned for
round-trip airfare to the
Dominican Republic.
Registration for the car
show is 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Cost for the competition
is $20 for vehicles, $15
for motorcycles and $15
for a vehicle demonstra-
tion.
Categories are domestic


modern, foreign luxury
and custom choppers.
For information, call
Mori Milstead at (772) 633-
9914 or Edwin Leonardo at
(321) 508-9042.
The event is co-spon-
sored by the United third
Bridge Rebuilding Lives
Mission, BCC and the
Florida Puerto Rican/His-
panic Chamber of Com-
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Rock out event for animals scheduled June 24


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer


MELBOURNE In the 1970s,
the Rolling Stones sang "Gimme
Shelter." On Sunday, June 24, local
musicians will make sure shelter
animals don't fade away.
Melbourne resident Rebecca
Dove will host a rock 'n' roll
fundraiser for the South Brevard
Animal Care and Adoption Center,
where she has volunteered since
January.
"I just got tired of seeing that the


shelter didn't have what they
needed," Ms. Dove said. "They
need all sorts of supplies. Especial-
ly, wet cat food for kittens."
The 24-year-old, who fosters
kittens for the shelter, said her life
has always included animals.
"I've always loved animals," she
said.
"I grew up on a farm in south
Georgia and had all kinds of
animals."
The June 24 fundraiser will be
from 2-8 p.m. at the Metro Enter-
tainment Complex and features


local bands Missing Picket and 7
Ten Split, Diabolic Intent and
Tampa-based Thoreau.
Ms. Dove said local businesses
have stepped up to help.
"Everything has been donated to
the event, from fliers to the use of
the truck to bring the items to the
event.
Attendees will get a chance to
win gift certificates from Express
Fitness, Planet Beach and
Brunswick Lanes, as well as a
diamond cluster ring from Palm
Bay Pawn.


Ms. Dove said there will also be a
pet photo contest. The winner of
the pet photo contests will receive
a custom stained glass creation
incorporating their pet's photo.
The stained glass work will be
done by Pensacola-based artist
MargaretWallace.
To further illustrate her dedica-
tion to the plight of shelter ani-
mals, Ms. Dove has created a
Myspace.com page that highlights
animals available at the shelter.
"I just want to make a differ-
ence," she said.


Admission to the fundraiser is a
pet-related donation. Ms. Dove
said this includes dog and cat
food, as well as supplies like old
towels, paper towels, pet toys,
feeding bowls and, of course, cash.
The Metro Entertainment
Complex is at 3030W New Haven
Ave. The South Brevard Animal
Care and Adoption Center is at
5100W Eau Gallie, Melbourne. For
information, call (321) 253-6608.
For information, contact (321)
727-7819 or visit
Myspace.com/s animals.


Jazz concert to help local.children


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer

Roland Guilarte hasn't let
his disability hold him back.
The 48-year-old owner of
Brevard Jazz Series is
determined to provide
children with the tools for a
successful life.
On Saturday, June 23,
Brevard Jazz Series will host
a benefit for Space Coast
Early Intervention Center.
The school, which
educates children ages 13
months to 6 years old,
operates in an "inclusive
environment" and serves
children with and without
disabilities. The school is
raising funds to build a new
facility.
Mr. Guilarte said music
was always important in his
family.
"My mom was a kinder-
garten teacher and piano
teacher in Cuba," he said.
"My dad enjoyed music. Of
course, being Latin, music
and dancing were a big part
of my life."
Shortly after Mr. Guilarte
immigrated from Cuba in
1987, he was diagnosed
with mild celebral palsy. Mr.
Guilarte said the specialized
therapy programs he
participated in after his
diagnosis were directly
responsible for his future
successes.
When Mr. Guilarte was in
high school, he began
playing the drums. One day,
a teacher overheard him
practicing.
"The teacher approached
me about playing in the
school band," Mr. Guilarte
said. He said that he had
always been shy.
"It (music) really got me
out of my shell," Mr.
Guilarte said. "It gave me
the confidence to say'I
have a disability and (can)
live a normal life.'"
He said he started per-
forming in bands at 17,
when he said he discovered
groups like Spyro Gyra and
developed an interest in
contemporary jazz.


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In the 1980s, he opened a
record store in Rockledge
and became the first
Ticketmaster outlet in
Brevard County.
In 1993, he was
approached by Lite Rock
FM 99.3 and created a
smooth jazz show in
Brevard County, which he is
still producing today.
During his time at Lite
Rock, Mr. Guilarte noticed a
niche in Brevard County.
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nothing to do," Mr. Guilarte
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He brainstormed with
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owner of Lite Rock, and his
ex-wife, Terry Guilarte. The
result was the Brevard Jazz
Series, which hosted its first
concert with jazz guitarist
Ken Navarro June 7,1993.
Fourteen years later, Mr.
Navarro will once again
take the stage at the jazz
benefit June 23 at the Space
Coast Convention Center in
Cocoa. Other performers
include piano player Dan
Siegel and saxophonist
Michael Paulo.
Of the many events


Brevard Jazz Series has
hosted in the past 14 years,
the benefit for the SCEIC's
building fund is close to Mr.
Guilarte's heart.
He first made contact with
the school four years ago
and has even volunteered
there.
"Through a number of life
experiences, I've become
close to children," Mr.
Guilarte said. He said he
feels it's important to offer
children a variety of
learning opportunities and
activities.
SCEIC will move from its
9,000-square-foot facility
on Babcock Street to a
16,000-square-foot one on
Dairy Road.
Gretchen Lilley, building
coordinator for Space Coast
Early Intervention Center,
said the new space will
enable the school to expand
its educational services and
eliminate the waiting list.
"We will have a natural
environment playground,
therapy gardens and
specialized grass," Ms. Lilley
said.
"The park will be open to
the public on the weekends


and it will be handicapped
accessible," she added.
Mr. Guilarte said net
proceeds from the concert
will go to the Space Coast
Early Intervention Center.
Mr. Guilane, who now
splits his time between
Brevard and NMassachusetts,
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I began my golfing jihad
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little resemblance to our
flight's namesake. Easy
pickins', I thought, coming
off back-to-back rounds of
80 at Duran. In no time I
would be king of the flight
and on the fast track to
tour stardom.
Fairwinds is a relatively
short track, stretching out
to 6,783 yards, par-72 from
the tips. We played it at
6,394 yards, ample length
to negotiate the generous
fairways and small but
accepting greens that
awaited us.
My playing partners were
Bill Westmoreland ofViera
and Duayne Raeburn from
parts unknown, represent-


ing the Hogan Flight.
As is usually the case, the
opening hole set the tone
for the day.
A double-bogey six on
the straight-away par-4
first hole quickly got my
attention and had me
ruing my decision to while
away the hours before the
round with a couple of
cold ones.
I continued to grind
along, the winds being
anything but fair; each
hole becoming another
buckled boxcar in the train
wreck of my front-nine 45.
Making the turn, I tried
to calm myself by engaging
in small talk with Bill, who
also turned in 45, and
Dwayne, who managed to
squeeze out a 42 playing
from one tee box up.
They filled me in on how
the tour will keep your
handicap and vital stats
like putting and fairways
and greens hit; all of which
members can track online
at the Golf Channel Web
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Both tour veterans, Bill
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After a wait of about five
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round with a neat par 4 on
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But the ghosts of the
front nine were not about
to let me be. A lost ball off
the tee led to a triple-
bogey eight.
The dreaded snowman
continued to mock me as
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the last hole, a wicked
dogleg left buttressed by
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could see. A par would
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I split the fairway with a
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elevated green.
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faithful four-iron would
betray me, sending my
final offering falling
harmlessly from the sky
into the pond with the
reverberating plunk all-
too familiar to the 15-
handicapper.
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t game
double-bogey six helped
me to an 89, tolerable
only because it wasn't 90.
As the scores were
posted in the clubhouse
afterward, I expected
derisiveness befitting a
tour rookie from the
flights of Palmer, Nicklaus
and Hogan. Instead I was
welcomed with a free
draft beer and gratitude
for my efforts as kudos
and prizes began to flow
in the opposite direction.
I apologized to Bill and
Dwayne for what I sub-
jected them to and vowed
to return June 30 at
Walkabout Golf and
Country Club in Mims,
the ninth stop on the
Tour's 16-event schedule.
For the record, Bill
finished at 94 and
Dwayne posted another
42 on the back nine for a
tidy 84.
For information on the
Golf Channel Amateur
Tour, visit www.golfchan-
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call Jeff Turner at (321)
632-5461.
Rob Shelburne is a sports
writer for Hometown
News. You can contact him
at Shelburne@Hometown-
newsOl.com.


Jazz,
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year-old son for the benefit.
Tickets for the jazz benefit
are $24-$48. Ticket pack-
ages, which include a buffet
dinner, are $100-$150.
The concert begins at 8:30
p.m. The pre-concert
dinner is from 5:30-7:30
p.m., with a silent auction


from 7-8 p.m.
Tickets can be at
www.jazzseries.com.
For information, call (321)
783-9004.

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Sports writer
Connie Mack, Stan
Musial and Roy Hobbs are
all names that will forever
live in the halls of Cooper-
stown and the annals Hol-
lywood.
And for the past 27 sea-
sons they have been kept
alive on the ball fields of
Brevard County, thanks to
the Florida Space Coast
Baseball League.
In 1980, after five years
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league, Troy Cox, a veteran
of the Palm Bay Parks and
Recreation Department,
started the FSCBL.
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ing for a game." Cox said. "I
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grams and before you
knew we had signed up 10
teams."
The league's first game
pitted the Palm Bay Suds
against the Vero Beach
Dukes at Wells Park in Mel-
bourne on June 30, 1980,
with the Dukes winning 6-
1.
Fast-forward 27 years.
The league has grown from
a 10-team summer league
for high school students to
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sion, 17-team barnstorm-
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for players age 15 with no
age limit.
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under and currently has
three teams, with one, the
Brevard-Holy Trinity
Tigers, playing some
games in the Stan Musial
division.
The Roy Hobbs division
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and is home to the jewel of
the entire FSCBL.
The Palm Bay Ameri-
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1,647 games since their
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and losing 444 for a win-
ning percentage of 73.1
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to be there (were) one or
two teams that would
dominate. But now, any-
body can beat anybody on
any given day."
The Americans are unde-
feated this season, moving
to 5-0 after a 13-1 victory
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Astros June 14 at the Eau
Gallie High School base-
ball complex.
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ball," he said. "I like hang-
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the game, and I will proba-
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can't play anymore."
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Americans ranges from
guys who have never
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Summer of tennis

The Kiwi Tennis Club in
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Camp dates are June 25-
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The Brevard County
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experience levels.
The club sponsors leagues
and tournaments through-
out the year at Wickham
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For information, call (321)
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Past and present Bulldogs
players will assist
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Soliven with a basketball
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league pitcher Matt Skrmet-
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ball camps at the Com-
modores baseball complex
June 25-27.
For information, contact
Collins at (321) 863-4536 or
atbcollinsl6@cfl.rr.com
The Top Prospects base-
ball camps will be June 25-
27 at Desoto Park in Satel-
lite Beach and July 18-20 at
Melbourne Central Catholic
High School in Melbourne.
The camps are open to
boys and girls age 7-15. Cost
is $150 per camper and
includes videotaping, lunch
and a Top Prospects T-shirt.
Camp times are 9 a.m.-2
p.m. each session.
For information, call (321)
757-5505.
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Melbourne Central High
School will have baseball
camp at the school June 25-
29.
Cost is $75 per player. The
camps will run from 9:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
For information, call MCC
head coach Tom Dooley at
(321) 727-0288 or e-mail
him at dooleyt@mel-
bournecc.org

Senior softball
registration

Registration is under way
for the spring/summer
Clem Riesenbeck Memorial
senior softball league in
Palm Bay.
Doubleheaders will be
played Thursday evenings
at Liberty Park in Palm Bay
starting in June.
Cost is $35 for a 24-game
schedule. All players must
be 50 years of age by Dec.
31, 2007.
For information, visit the
league's Web site at
www.seniorleaguesoftball.n
et or call Dan Deratany at
(321) 777-7770.

Thunder golf
tournament

The Thunder Over Indian
River Golf Tournament will
be June 23 atViera East Golf
Club inViera.
The format is a four-per-
son scramble with an 8:30
a.m. shotgun start. Cost is
$275 per team and includes
range balls and lunch.
Prizes will be awarded for
first-, second-, and third-
place teams, as well as clos-,
est to the pin and hole-in-
one.
Sponsorships are avail-
able. All proceeds go to
Thunder Over Indian River.
For information, call (321)
863-7499 or (321) 427-6021.

Summer golf

Brevard County Parks and
Recreation has reduced golf
rates for the summer on all
three county courses
through Nov. 30.
Brevard County residents
can play 18 holes at any of
the three courses for $12.99
per round. Golfers can use a
cart for an additional $14 at
the Savannahs and Habitat
courses and $12 at Spessard
Holland Golf Course.
Afternoon special rates
include a noon special of 18
holes plus cart for $21 at the
Habitat and Savannahs or
$20 at Spessard Holland. A
late- afternoon special of
nine holes and cart for $15
is available at 3 p.m. at the
Habitat and Savannahs and
for $12 at Spessard Holland.
For information, call (321)
633-2046

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annual event is a spear fishing tournament.


Association will have a
series of one-week camps in
July.
Camp dates are July 9-12
and July 24-27.
The camps will run from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. and are lim-
ited to the first 24 paid stu-
dents. Cost is $120 per
golfer, per session, $80 for
each additional session and
includes an ACCJGA mem-
bership.
For information, call Steve
Wagoneerat (321) 728-0600.

Beachside golf leagues

Two evening golf leagues
are being formed at Spes-
sard Holland Golf Course in
Melbourne Beach.
An individual league will
play on Wednesdays with a
5 p.m. shotgun start. The
format will be net score
match play.
A business mixer golf
league will play on Thurs-
days with a 5 p.m. shotgun
start. With a two-person
team, the format will be
best ball, match play.
Golfers may sign up as a
two-person team or as indi-
viduals to be paired.


"Last year's after-work
league was so popular, we
saw the need to expand it
and create new formats,"
Rene Uzee, pro/manager of
Spessard Holland said in a
press release.
The registration fee for
either league is $15. The
weekly cost for each league
is $17, which includes cart,
green fee, food, beverages,
and prizes.
For information, contact
Rene Uzee or Roger Marcel-
lus at (321) 952-4530.

Midnight basketball

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

Coaches, league organiz-
ers, event leaders and camp
directors with news, stats or
announcements, contact
Rob Shelburne at Shel-
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Georgia resort offers a lot


One of the things
that I love about
summer is taking
the family on long week-
ends away from home.
Being the golf nut that I
am, wherever we go must
have golf.
My family, being the
way they are, demands
that wherever we go there
must be a plethora of
amenities.
Just a week ago, I had to
drive to Georgia's Golden
Isles to pick up my son.
Having never been to the
area for more than a
moment to get fuel, I had
no idea what to expect or
what I would find.
What I found was that
when you cross an old
dance club with a luxury
hotel on the beach and a
fantastic golf course, you
get the King and Prince
Beach and Golf Resort on
St. Simon's Island, Ga.
I had hit the jackpot!
Built in 1935 by a pair of
men who decided they
had grown tired of the old
dance club on Georgia's
Golden Isle, they built
and opened their own.
King George II and
Prince Charles Edward
Stewart were known as
the "king" and pPrince"
of the dance community.
Unfortunately, they
made a few enemies
when they struck out on
their own.
The problem with
breaking ties in those
days was that people held
grudges.
The new dance club was
burned down three times
before the pair either
brought in some "insur-
ance" or the people
responsible grew bored
of arson or simply ran out
of matches.
Today, the King and
Prince is a beautiful,
historic seaside retreat,
where guests can easily
find luxury, relaxation,
inspiration and recre-
ation.
After a multi-million
dollar renovation, the
resort features 186 guest
rooms, including two-
and three-bedroom villas
and six specialty suites.
While our family
enjoyed a three-bedroom
villa with an ocean view,
the Hampton House is
possibly the most perfect
accommodation for a golf
group, whether big or
small. With five bed-
rooms, just as many
bathrooms, a pair of
kitchens, a large lawn
and a location set off
from the rest of the
resort's guests, it's just
the place for a sometimes
rowdy golf group to crash
and play.
Speaking of playing,
while half my family
enjoyed the pool and the
miles of beach, my son
and I headed off to the
Hampton Club Golf
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This time of year often finds young-
sters scrambling to fill the long, hot
hours of summer.
With the golf season in full swing,
youth golf camps provide valuable les-
sons that can be used on and off the
course.
Kevin Perkins, a 27-year veteran golf
instructor, offers more than just range
balls and babysitting at his golf acade-
my at Baytree National Golf Links.
"What I do is cover the game of golf
from A-Z," Perkins said during a break
between private lessons last week.
One of the things that separates the
Kevin Perkins Golf Academy Junior Golf
Camp from the others is the personal
instruction each golfer gets.
Perkins keeps his classes to a maxi-
mum of eight students, thereby ensur-
ing his teachings hit home.


Of the three hours of instruction each
day during the camp, students receive
30 minutes of classroom time to learn
about the history of the game, its play-
ers, terminology and rules. The remain-
ing two-and-a-half hours are spent "on
the line" working on all aspects of the
physical game: driving, iron play, chip-
ping and putting.
"Most people, even adults, believe the
game was invented in Scotland," he
said. "In fact, it was invented in either
France or Holland and then passed
down to us through the Scots. Many of
the students I see are shocked to know
that golf is a self-penalizing game.
There are no refs out there to blow a
whistle. You're on your own out there."
Perkins said he believes the history of
the game is as important as any swing
tip he can give.
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fairways on most of the
other holes.
With four sets of tees,
the course can play as
long as 6,465 yards to as
short as 5,233 yards.
There is bound to be a
set of tees to fit every
golfer no matter the
ability or challenge
desired.
There are long and
short par-3s, a devilish,
yet reachable-in-two par
5, and smooth rolling
greens.
I usually can name my
favorite hole after
playing a course for the
first time.


This was not the case at
the Hampton Club.
I found them all to
have their own charm
and each to be so differ-
ent from the rest that I
will not play favorites.
On our journey around
the course, we saw
plenty of wildlife. We saw
several species of birds,
watched an alligator
enjoy a fish lunch and
rabbits tasting the
clover.
We didn't get to put any
birds down on the
scorecard, but that
hardly took away from a
very enjoyable and


relaxing round of golf.
After golf, my family
went on a short bicycle
ride to the historic
downtown area to take
in the centuries-old,
working lighthouse and
more.
Here we found loads of
shops and restaurants to
fill our day and our
bellies.
Just up the road from
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leagues.
"There are a lot of good
ballplayers out here," he
said. "The competition is
real and everyone in the
league is supportive of
each other. We all love
baseball. That's the thing
that bonds us."
Cox calls 41 year-old
Marc McDermott the
team's "FNG," the Funny
New Guy.
McDermott, a district
manager for Mega Life and
Health, moved to Viera
from Washington State
three years ago and soon
found himself on a base-
ball team for the first time.
"I didn't play baseball in
high school," said the
Americans' second base-
man. "It was mostly soccer
for me. But some of my
buddies (that) I coach Lit-
tle League with convinced
me to come out. It's great
fun. There's a lot of talent
out here. And, I will play
until it's not fun anymore."
Cox said the most diffi-
cult thing about managing
the team and running the


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because it (golf) has such
a rich and interesting tra-
dition," he said. "If the
kids get this passed down
to them, I think it will
help them enjoy (the
game) and give them
more reasons to love and
cherish the game. It helps
them to build momen-
tum as they begin to
relate to the game."
A PGA master profes-
sional, Perkins moved his
golf academy to Baytree
from Miami's Crandon
Park in December 2006.
While a young golfer at
the University of Miami,
Perkins developed a
strong relationship with
one of the game's great
teachers, the legendary
Bob Toski.
Perkins parlayed his
relationship with Toski
into an apprenticeship
with Golf Digest Instruc-
tional Schools where he
studied under teaching
greats Jim Flick, Peter
Kostis and Davis Love, Jr.
Perkins has served as
head instructor at various
Florida golf clubs, includ-
ing Palm Beach Polo Club
and Greenview Cove in
Wellington.
Perkins also was direc-
tor of golf at the Champi-
onsGate Golf Resort in
Orlando where he worked
with internationally
known instructor David
Ledbetter.
When it comes to
teaching technique and
mechanics, Perkins takes
his cue from his mentor,
Toski.
Toski believed golf was
not a game of brute
strength and should be


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league is collecting all the
registration money from
players. But that pales in
comparison to the returns
he reaps.
"The bottom line is they
all pay up sooner or later,"
he said. "The reward is you
get to play baseball. That's
what it boils down to.
Baseball: It's a beautiful
game."
Cox said it is his passion
for baseball that keeps him
in it and keeps the league
going, likening the league
to a member of the family.
"It's like having a 28-
year-old that hasn't left
home yet," he said.
The Americans will play
in their 19th Roy Hobbs
World Series Oct. 20-27 in
Fort Meyers.
The FSCBL will host the
Florida State Connie Mack
Championships at FIT
later this summer.
For information on the
Palm Bay Americans and
the Florida Space Coast
Baseball League, visit
www.americansbaseball.c
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played with "deer-like
strength," not "hip-
popotamus strength,"
and that "an ounce of
touch is worth a ton of
brawn."
That philosophy comes
through in Perkins' range
lessons.
"We introduce the true
secret of golf," he said.
"And that is that golf is a
game of effortless power.
The most important fun-
damental I teach toward
that end is the proper
grip and grip pressure,
good posture and align-
ment."
It's not all old-school
teaching with Perkins. He
utilizes state of the art
video analyses of the
swing, with digital slow
motion and side-by-side
comparison of the stu-
dent's swing to the swings
of PGA and LPGA touring
pros like Ernie Els, Nick
Faldo and Annika Soren-
stam.
"I try, foremost, to con-
vey a love and respect for
the game of golf," Perkins
said. "After that, improve-
ment is up to the individ-
ual and his or her com-
mitment."
The Kevin Perkins Golf
Academy Junior Golf
Camp is a five-day ses-
sions that begin in June
and run through the mid-
dle of August.
For information, visit
www.kevinperkinsgolfa-
cademy.com.

Rob Shelburne is a sports
writer for Hometown
News. You can contact him
at Shelburne@Hometown-
newsOl.com.


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

COCOA The forum,
"Gopher Tortoise Reloca-
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is planned at 6 p.m.
Monday, June 25, at the
Florida Solar Energy
Center, 1679- Clearlake
Road.
The event is for anyone
interested in learning
more about gopher tor-
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JAGUAR SKIN complete
9' long Head & Claws,
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APPLIANCES Fridge -
Kenmore side by side,
ice & water. Immac $300.
Stove- Frigidaire ceramic
top, convection, $250.
Washer/Dryer-Kenmore.
Extra capacity, immac.
$200/each. All like new
321-676-2050

Cooktop and Oven, Ken-
more, built-in, ceramic,
smooth surface cooktop
& 30" oven, never used.
New $750/ea now $700
both. 321-604-0343


WASHER/DRYER SETS
(2) GE, 2 years old.
$400. Kenmore Stacked.
$400. Like New, Will De-
liver. Call 321-501-2273
WHIRLPOOL REFRIG-
ERATOR 6 months old,
white with ice maker 19
cubic ft, original $700
sale $400 OBO
772-563-4890




Air Compressor -Crafts-
man, 33gal. 6hp. $75. GE
Smartwater Softner, digi-
tal.$100. 321-537-3773
AIR CONDITIONER -10k
btu. Fedders window unit,
used less than 3 months
$125. call 321-768-1554
AIR CONDITIONER:
8000 btu, $75 So. Brev.
321-676-4336 "
AIR PURIFIER no lon-
ger needed, barely used,
works great, cost $280,
sell $150. 321-984-5303
AMPLIFIER: GUITAR,
Washburn Sx15r with
reverb $60 321-631-6646
AQUARIUM, 100 gallon,
stand, filter, lights, good
condition, $175/all. Call
321-253-4861 So. Brev.
AQUARIUM: 20 gallon,
with black lacquer stand,
heater, 2 pumps, lights,
etc. $80 321-266-3915
BAKERS RACK, ex
cond, 4 shelves, green,
many uses, $25, call
321-253-1823, So. Brev.
Bandsaw 14" Delta
Type, Floor Standing,
Variable Speed. $150 So
Brev. 321-952-1925
BAR CHAIRS (3),
chrome back, padded
seat, $50/ all, call
321-724-4854, So. Brev.
BAR STOOL (1), swiv-
els w/ back, seat 27"H,
chair back 47", very good
cond. $50. 321-259-3905
BATH TUB, toilet, & sink,
cast iron, harvest gold,
$10 each, call
321-727-3458, So. Brev.
BEACH BIKES (2) 3
speed, new tubes/tires &
seats, recently tuned.
$135/both.321-536-6904
BED: TODDLER Fire-
truck, step ,2 with Sealy
mattress. Good condition.
$80 obo 321-259-9592
BEDROOM SET wood,
king sz, (2) night stands,
double dresser, in exc.
cond.$100.321-952-8306.
BENCH SEAT for older
Caravan, $65, call
321-298-9720, So. Brev.


BENCH SEAT: 2000
Dodge Conversion Van.
Converts to bed. Like
new. $195 772-664-7987
BICYCLE, 18 speed,
Road Master, $50; Pet
Door for sliding door, $50
call 321-254-8488, S. Br.
BLDG. SUPPLIES: Ital-
ian porcelain fossil tile,
grade5,16".Ret. $8/sf-sell
$3.50/sf. 321-446-7743
BOAT MOLD: 8 foot.
$150 obo 321-773-7039
BOOKCASE HEAD-
BOARD King size, drop
leaf, solid oak. $100 or
make offer.321-453-8274
BOXES: MOVING, 6
large, 6 mirror, 6 ward-
robe, 25 med, 55 small,
$110 321-745-6234
BUCK KNIFE, #118, w/
prehistoric bone handle,
$35, call 321-952-4097.
CHAIRS, PARSON 4
rollback. excellent condi-
tion. $199 firm. SoBrev.
321-255-1604
CHICKEN WIRE: 4 foot
role x 30 feet. $15 So-
Brev 321-951-8304
CHINA Cabinet lighted,
off-white.$100.Chifferobe,
Ig, wood look $25. both in
exc. cond. 321-632-6299
CHINA, NORITAKE, 93
pc, oriental pattern, serv-
ice for 12, $150,
772-664-2190.
COFFEE TABLE- mar-
ble, glass, and pewter,
never used, asking $200,
call 321-626-9673, S. Br.
COFFEE TABLE: unique
glass top, white stucco
base. $75 obo SoBrev
321-952-6665
COFFEE TABLE: wedge
shape, raises/lowers for
easy access. Gold oak
color $175.321-536-9616
COINS/ FOREIGN, 230
pc 25 country, cata-
logued $75, call
321-779-8590, So. Brev.
COMMODE, WALKER
with wheels, AC unit 6000
$20. 321-728-8418 So.
Brevard
Compressor, Campbell,
Haufeld, 5.0hp, 16 gallon,
135mp51, 1 yr. warranty,
$200. 321-676-3822
COMPUTER CART,
cherry, $30; new picture,
never hung, $25. Call
321-794-8082 So. Brev.
COMPUTER MONITOR-
19". $30. 321-806-9776
COMPUTER: TOSHIBA,
Celeron processor, Win-
dows 98. Works fine. $50
321-724-1007 SoBrev


CONVECTION OVEN -
Hamilton Beach counter-
top w/ rotisseri, black, like
new. $55. 321-984-0431
COOKTOP, JENNAIR, 2
bay, $75; 3 bay Jennair
range, $125. Great deals!
321-722-0622 S. Brevard
COPY/ FAX machine:
Sharpe. Excellent Condi-
tion. $35 Umax Scanner
$25 321-757-8399
CORDLESS PHONE:
ATT, CID with answering
machine, 4 handsets.
$20 321-454-2344
COUCH & LOVESEAT -
dark beige color, floral
design, in good condition.
$200. call 321-779-4577
CRIB/MATT DRESS ta-
ble. White. Comforter set.
all accessories. Mint.
$195 321-253-2034
CRT MONITORS: (2) 17
inch Black Dell model
E770s, Beige Samsung
$20 each 321-632-4558
CURIO CABINET, oak,
glass shelves, lights, 25"x
73"x11" deep, $200. Call
321-427-6683 S. Brev.
CUT FAT Program: Body
by Jake Ab Scissor Ma-
chine. $59 for all.
321-288-2924 south Brev
DESK, 6X6ft, hutch, of-
fice chair, $90. Kitchen
table, 4x3ft leaf, 4 chairs,
$30. 321-726-1737
DESK- LIGHT brown
oak, 60" wide upper
shelf, $65, call
321-768-2205, So. Brev.
DINING ROOM table:
Sears wooden with 6
chairs. $165 No Brev.
321-504-1177
DINING SET- glass table
w/ 4 wrought iron chairs,
green, ex cond, $200,
call 321-952-6978, S. Br.
DINING TABLE- NEW!
36"x48" walnut cross
banding, only $100, call
321-727-2845 south Brev
DRESSER: ANTIQUE
oak with mirror in very
good condition. $200. No
Vol. 386-233-3993
Dressing Table/ attached
mirror,bench, solid maple,
A1 cond. See to appreci-
ate! $200. 321-242-7806
ENTERTAIN CENTER,
wood, 2 piece, tv open-
ing, 31 3/4"x26", $75, call
321-724-6375. So. Brev.
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER Qn Anne Cherry 54"
hx34"wx22"d, orig. $800,
sell $200. 321-751-3548
Entertainment Center/
Armoire, large distressed
pine, holds up to a 45" tv
$200. call 321-637-8093


ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER: Whitewash, open-
ing 29.5x27.5 $125, book
case $35 321-729-9956
FISH TANKS- (2), 55 &
30 gal, hoods & stands,
$100 obo, call
321-242-3454, So. Brev.
FORD Alternator,Taurus
Gd cnd, fits Sable, Lin-
coln Cont., Windstar $35
321-777-1543 S. Brevard
FREEZER G.E. upright.
$60. Toddler bed + Sealy
mattress & bedding. $20.
863-221-1128 Palm Bay
FREEZER, UPRIGHT,
good condition, runs
good, $100. Please call
321-242-7276 So. Brev.
FREEZER: SEARS
chest 5 cu ft Excellent
condition. $70. South
Brev. 321-953-8598
GLIDER EXERCISER-
ten levels, chrome railing,
folds flat, gd cond, FREE,
call 321-242-8349, S. Br.
GO CART, $100; fitness
station, $50, call
321-984-0445, So. Brev.
GOLF BAG: Taylormade
R5 cart bag. Like new.
$70 321-426-6607
GOLF BALLS, $2/dozen;
Bar-b-que $10, call
321-984-3392, So. Brev.
GOLF CLUB set- ladies,
complete, $60, call
321-259-8315, So. Brev.
GOLF CLUBS: Wilson
Staff Fat Shaft irons,
graphite 3-LW, SW $150
321-269-1326 NoBrev
GOLF CLUBS: Womens
Tour Irons, 3-PW & SW.
Good condition $75 Call
321-639-7013 SoBrev
GUITAR YAMAHA SG,
1988 tunamatic bridge
$150 Amp Avail
772-664-7450.
GUITAR: ELECTRIC,
very clean with small
amp and soft case by
Kona $125 321-726-9429
HEAD BOARD wicker,
queen size, $35, call
321-693-3112 south Brev
HEADBOARDS for Bed-
Brass or Wood: 2 units
$19/ea. chest of drawers-
brown.$39.321-725-8392
HORSE: RADIO Flyer
spring with yarn mane
and tail and vinyl saddle
$50 321-259-5164
HOUSE WIRE, new,
Romex Simple Pull, 250' -
14/3, $55; 14/2 $35. 321-
725-0545/941-286-7005
KAYAK, FIBERGLASS.
13 foot. Excellent condi-
tion. Was 1K new. Sell
$200 firm 321-723-1933
KEYBOARD: YAMAHA
EZ-150 36 key Electronic
piano $75 321-951-2526
LAWN MOWER, 5hp,
$90, Window a/c unit,
$100, call 321-724-2950.
LAWN MOWER- 22"
push, 4.5hp, starts easy,
runs, looks excl, $60, call
321-259-3053, So. Brev.
LG WARDROBE, $120;
cookbooks, $5; cannon
copier, $25, call
321-728-3883, So. Brev.
MAGAZINES, NATION-
AL Geographic (11) 2002
$4 all, Air Purifier Bion-
airre, $9 321-452-1006
MENS WATCH Invicta,
grand lupa goldtone, nev-
er worn. $75. call
321-213-2572 south Brev
MITER BOX, Rockwell,
motorized on stand,
$175, call 321-777-2100.
MOSQUITO MAGNET:
New C02, $95, 3 SS/
Black Bar stools $60ea
SoBrev 321-541-1422
NESTING TABLES set
of 3. $30. White Bar. $25.
321-773-1795 south Brev
OFFICE DESK- almond,
Techline, full size, like
new, $185, call
321-752-4753, So. Brev.
PATIO TABLE,' hunter
green, w/2 chairs, $65
call 321-728-9173, S. Br.
PATIO TABLE, w/o um-
brella hole, textured white
finish, $75, call
321-953-5958 after 6pm.


POCKET KNIVES, older,
25 total, $12 each or
$190/all. 321-724-1020
So. Brevard
POOL TABLE: Regula-
tion size. Good condition.
Leave message. $200
obo 321-242-8569
PORTABLE POTTY for
boat, RV or camper. $19.
321-725-4869 south brev.
POWER WINCH for boat
trlr, $35; Roller blades, sz
9, $25. Call 321-725-0545
or 941-286-7005 S. Brev.
PUSH MOWER Briggs
& Stratton, runs great.
$60. call 321-253-2629
RANGE, Whirlpool, su-
per capacity 465, ceramic
glass top,oven in Alcond,
$200. 321-727-3616
RANGE: ELECTRIC,
$50 Kenmore, white,
good condition. So. Brev.
321-676-0791
RECLINER, BEIGE, like
new, $175, call
321-536-3058, So. Brev.
ROCKER GLIDER: Ma-
ple with light brown solid
cushion Like new condi-
tion $95, 321-757-0797
ROCKING CHAIR, bent-
wood,$80; Computer cart,
Sauder, cherry, rolls, $75.
321-768-7541 S. Brev.
RODS & REELS, salt/
fresh water: 1 Penn Spin-
ning $100; Boat rod, $50.
321-676-5921 S. Brev.
SCUBA GEAR men's
Ig/XL suits,boots, flippers,
carrybag, & more, $150
obo. call 321-504-3024
SEWING MACHINE, An-
tique. In cabinet. Fair
condition. $75 So. Brev.
321-412-2363
SEWING MACHINE-
antique, pedal, $99;
Dresser, antique, $99,
call 321-752-0856, S. Br.
SIMONTON Stormbreak
-er 3 new Lexon picture
windows,solar e. 34"x38".
$66/each. 321-725-4809
SKATE BOARD Rail, 8
feet long. $30, Disney
plus other VHS tapes $4
each. 321-255-1707
SLATWALL GONDOLA-
48"x54"x24", almost new,
must sell. $125. call
321-259-6923 south Brev
SOFA & Loveseat sage
green, very good cond.
$200/firm. 321-726-9174
SOFA, LOVESEAT anti-
que gold. excellent condi-
tion. $125 for both. So-
Brev 321-255-3342
SPEAKERS: PAIR 9
inch, 14 inch wide, High
Infinity. $60 So. Brev.
321-253-0240
STROLLER, DOUBLE:
Eddie Bower. $75, Above
ground pool, pump, lad-
der $100 321-480-9224 '
SWAY CONTROL, bars,
brackets for trailer, $200/
all. 321-725-0545 or 941-
286-7005 So. Brevard
SWING/ SLIDE set.
Wood. 2 Swings, slide,
handles, fort (no awning)
$95 321-449-0388
TV 15" LCD, HD, w/DVD
built in, flat screen, $185,
call 321-253-3611.
TABLE SAW: 1946 Delta
Milwaukee, 10 inch with
manual. $200 SoBrev
321-794-0635
TABLE: CHILD, and 2
chairs. Solid wood 2-8
years. 21x30x20.8 inches
$100 obo 321-452-8834
TABLES, (2), Lifetime, 6'
banquet, w/folding legs,
$30 each. 321-728-9192
Leave message. S. Brev.
TEA CART: Antique.
Excellent condition. $150
321-956-8709 SoBrev.
TIRE, P225-75R-16, to
run/spare $20. 321-725-
0545 or 941-286-7005 S.
Brevard
TITANIUM DRIVER,
420C.C., Knight R.H.,
$15, call 321-205-6368.
TITANIUM IRONS: set.
men's reg. Graphite bub-
ble shafts. Tacki mac
grips. $70 321-259-7855


TIVO in perfect condi-
tion. $90. 321-639-3547
TOASTER: 4 slice with 2
controls $5, Office chair/
Wood desk chair $5 each
321-723-1160 So Brev
TRAMPOLINE. SELLS
new $300, circular screen
Asking $50. So Brev.
321-255-9969
TREADMILL- space sav-
er, $100; Screen door,
new, no frame, $25, call
321-952-0500, So. Brev.
Trumpet/Coronate Case
very good cond. $15.
Toolcase- alum. w/ some
tool. $25. 321-254-3217
TV'S, STEREOS,
phones, etc, 25 new and
used items, big list, $195
all, call 321-777-4153.
TV, SHARP, 20", very
good shape, $35 call
321-676-4729, So. Brev.
TV: SANYO, 25 inch.
Excellent condition. $40
Chest of drawers $75
321-727-1842 SoBrev
TYPEWRITER, ELEC-
TRIC: portable, with carry
case. Sears. Good condi-
tion $35 321-779-2706
WATER CONDITIONING
and drinking water sys-
tem. Rainsoft. $150 obo
321-223-2615 No. Brev.
WEDDING DRESS, pure
white, size 4-5; strapless,
floor length, classy de-
sign, $150. 321-795-7208
WEED EATER, 4 cycle,
$75; Oak table w/ 3 up-
holstered chairs, $50, call
321-242-7040, So. Brev.
WHEEL CHAIR trans-
port, ex cond, $75; Porta-
ble potty, $35, call
321-779-8590, So. Brev.
WILL DONATE HP ink-
jet printer model 7110 w/
ink carts, to school/ voca-
tional grp. 321-724-2087
WINDSURFING BOARD
9' 6" Ricky Carrol Slalon,
in good condition. $50.
321-795-9619 south Brev




GIGANTIC MIRRORS
Jobsite leftovers. 48"x
100"x 1/4" (15), $115/
each. 72"x 100"x 1/4",
(11), $165/ each. 72"x
50"x 1/4" w/1" Bevel,
$115/ each. 84"x 60" w/1"
Bevel $135. Free delivery
most areas. A & J Whole-
sale, 800-473-0619
HURRICANE PANELS -
(31) .050 gauge alumi-
num hurricane shutters.
92"x15". $1200/all or $45
per panel. 321-752-9596
JCS BUILDINGS, Ga-
rage Barns, Carports,
starting $595. Galvanized
steel. 2 styles, 13 colors.
Free installation/ quote.
Open Saturdays. Florida
Certified 10 yr warranty
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BICHON PUPPIES 9
weeks, 2 Female $650/
each, 1 male $600.
Health certificates &
shots. call 321-269-8332
BOXER PUPS AKC, 10
wks, s/w, people friendly,
loveable, healthy, fawn,
black mask, flashy white.
$550-$600.870-834-2701
BOXER PUPS, 12 wks,
all males, fawn w/ black
masks & white markings,
AKC, shots, health certs,
$500/ea. 321-863-8143
DOBERMAN PUPPIES -
AKC, male & female,
blk/tan, blk/rust & white,
ready for their home!
$800/each. 321-403-1557
GOLDEN Retriever pups
8 wks, exc. pedigree, pa-
rents on premise, health
certs. (1st shots), light +
dark colors.321-506-9242


KITTEN: SWEET 1 year
old. Needs good home.
Fixed. Front declawed.
So sweet 321-951-8044
KITTENS, (5), loving,
adorable, various colors
to choose, to good homes
only! $25/each. Please
call 321-298-1377
LAB PUPS AKC Show
Champion line. Health
cert. Yellow. $600
772-878-7263
772-971-1684
POMERANIAN PUP-
PIES, (4), 10 weeks old,
no papers and no shots,
$300 each. 321-639-7256
or 321-403-1717 cell
Pomeranian- exotic part
colors, AKC,vet chkd, 1st
shots, P.O.P., ready early
July. elliswillman@aol.com
$800-$1K. 321-674-9948


POMERANIAN:
Beautiful 6 years old,
looking for stud services.
For pick of the litter.
Please call 321-724-8121
RED NOSE PIT BULL
PUPPIES 4 wks, taking
deposits now. Avail. 7/13
$200-$400. Mother on
premises. 321-254-2432
See photo online www.
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SIAMESE KITTENS
Sealpoint & Bluepoint
M/F. Health Certified
Purebred $175 to $225
772-878-7263
772-971-1684
YORKIE PUPS, AKC,
health certificates, 1 fe-
male, $1200; 1 male,
$950. Adorable & spunky!
321-863-7058


AQHA- 2 year olds, Year-
lings, Peppy San Badger,
great grandsire, moving
reduced,$500 & up.Titus-
ville area. 870-834-2701

PASO-FINO GRAY, geld-
ing, regist. w/Paso-Fino
Horse Assn., easy rider,
micro-chipped, all shots
UTD, $1200 firm w/tack.
321-799-3136




BIRD CAGE, decorative
dome, wrought iron,
white, hanging, $50.
321-242-9842 So. Brev.




WANTED a Dachshund

size female to breed w/
my 4yo male Dachshund
mix. call 321-242-0243


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COMMERCIAL DIVING
Equipment 150ft diving
umbilical w/ a single-diver
Amron radio. $1000. call
321-453-9525 Merritt Isl.
METAL ROOFING SID-
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Profiles for Residential -
Commercial Agricultural
Industrial. Standard &
Custom Trim Doors &
Accessories FL sales.
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Up to 250 digital chan-
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Television-Samsung 50"
DLP, HD ready w/ wire
hiding stand. too big for
new home. will deliver/set
up. $900. 321-426-4646




ALL NEW Pillow Top,
Queen mattress set. In
Plastic w/warranty. Can
deliver. $130.00
321-525-6534
BEAUTIFUL CHERRY
Sleigh Bedrm Set, 7 pcs.,
$1350. Still in boxes. Can
Deliver 321-508-0610
BED A new King Set,
Ortho Pillowtop with war-
ranty $225, can deliver.
321-508-0610
BED A new Queen Set,
Ortho Pillowtop with war-
ranty, $155, can deliver.
321-508-0610
BED Name Brand Pillow
top king mattress set,
new in plastic $210. De-
livery available.
321-525-6534
BEDROOM SET $475
6 pieces. All brand
new!!!! Can Deliver
321-288-7745
BEDROOM SET Gray
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wood, 5'x3'. $350. Dinette
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chairs. $250/set. 2 Wall
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call 321-254-9895 Melb.
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Full time employees
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401K. Positions avail-
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STUART: CBS, 2/1.5,
active 55+ comm. With
clbhse/pool/exc. rm, etc.
Private view from 2nd fir.
florida rm, W/D, Only
$125,000. 706-994-4395
VIERA ANXIOUS seller:
waterfront, 1st fir condo,
split plan 2/2 + garage in
The Lakes at Viera East.
$158,900 all offers con-
sidered! 321-426-9575




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Terrace. $179,999. Next
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3BR's, corner lot on A1A.
Deeded ocean & river
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Surrounded by preserve
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500' to ocean, priv. river/
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Drive. 321-674-1547



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MELBOURNE, 4/2/2, two
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$243,500 Juliet, C21 Bay-
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Summer sale, below MV
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321-514-5391
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321-454-3393
MERRITT ISLAND new,
executive: 5bd, 3 full bath
lakefront on cul-de-sac,
2823sf living, formal LR/
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maple cabinets, master
suite garden tub/shower,
min. to beach & shopping
$439,000. 321-453-4662
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AFFORDABLE
PALM BAY 2871 Morris
Ave NE. $105,000. Seller
Pays All Costs. Please
call 321-591-6924 or
send e-mail to
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PALM BAY New 3/2/2
homes from' the $140's.
Some ready to close on
now. 321-724-0533
www.Maronda.com
PALM BAY'S NEWEST
Gated community w/
comm. pool. Parkside
West Homes from the
$170's. 321-768-7676
www.Maronda.com
PALM CITY: Rare find
gated country clb comm,
3/2/1, CBS, Lg. private
fenced yd, HOA ($225)
incl cable/house & yard
maint. Must See! Only.
$275,000. 706-994-4395
PORT ORANGE -
6 Acres. 6600 sq. ft.
6BR/6BA, 2 car garage
plus detached 2-cg. Multi
living rooms, baths and
dens. Large deck, beau-
tiful wooded lot. Off
Spruce Creek Rd. Excel-
lent schools. $850,000.
386-871-7494
REDUCED $16,0001 Ti-
tusville,off Hwy.50, 1 story
town home, 2/2, new ev-
erything, ready for new
owner! Low maint. fee,
$113,500. 321-693-0042
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ROCKLEDGE GOLF
course" home,4 BR/3 BA,
2900 sq.ft. under air, Lo-
cated Turtle Creek Golf
Course, motivated seller!
$449,000. 321-480-8088

SAINT LUCIE WEST:
Lake Forest Open house
Sunday 2-4, 3br/2ba/2cg.
On 1/4 Acre lot. Near
schools, 1-95 & trpk. Tile
flooring, carpeted master
br, Upgraded appliances.
3yrs old. $214,500.
561-212-2562. leave
message. By-owner.
SATELLITE BEACH, 3/2
Villa. Many upgrades.
Great buy $375,000.
Owner Motivated!
321-536-2518 Signature
GMAC Marilyn McKay
SEBASTIAN Highlands
2-BR/2-BA 1 car garage.
Mint condition. Great lo-
cation. Fenced yard.
$149,900. 772-388-2720

TITUSVILLE- Handyman
special 3/2 fenced yard.
Do the work & make the
$$$. $99,500. 1625 Hill-
dale Rd. 407-645-1432


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VERO BEACH Carriage
Lake subdivision. 3/2/2,
tile floors, carpet in BR's
$199K Paula Rogers &
Associates 772-231-9121
cell 772-473-7009
VERO BEACH Excel-
lent 2br/2ba, Ig. garage.
Completely renovated.
CBK home. Possible
owner financing! Great
location! $159,000 C
Lewis RE 772-234-4723


AFFORDABLE
VERO BEACH
2 Br/ lba, Florida room.
Corner lot, central ac,
ceiling fans, dishwasher,
wood floors, washer/dryer
in separate utility room,
carport, shed. Central lo-
cation convenient to
Route 60 and US1. Very
nice home for reasonable
price. $128,500 By own-
er. 772-812-1000
772-337-9753.
VERO LAKE ESTATES -
Over 2000sqft home on 1
acre w/screened in solar
heated pool & hot tub.
Oak hardwood flooring,
tile & carpet. Beautifully
landscaped! $299,900
Call Chad Smalley @
Realty King Inc. Call
772-589-3054 or
772-633-4988
VIERA Osprey Ridge
Ranch: 3/2/2, 1800sf, im-
maculate cond.,screened
patio, on cul-de-sac, near
schools, must see! ask-
ing $250K. 321-690-6914
W. MELBOURNE, 4BR/2
BA,'04,open plan,1875 sf,
scrn'd patio, carpet/tile,
Gated comm., like new,
many extras. Must see!
$217,900. 321-271-6961
WEST MELBOURNE -
Gated community. Now
selling Pre-Construction
pricing. Crystal Lakes
321-727-3335
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INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
Across from bch! 2br/1.5
/carport. W/D, 2 story,
comm. pool, all appl's.,
pets ok. $225k
negotiable. 954-684-9609
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-
rage, $349.k Call Brian
954-398-4059 Agents
Welcome MLS




BAREFOOT BAY: 1173
Barefoot Circle. LOT
50x115, canal in rear.
Golf course across the
street. Asking $59,500.
772-770-9475
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Rare single family lot
with private oceanfront
gazebo. Sold for $248K
Must sell this weekend.
$129K 772-528-4137
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


NORTH CAROLINA!!
Mountain cabin, $99,900.
New shell on private
acre site. 16.8 acres
w/dramatic views,
$99,900. Paved &
electric. 828-652-8700

MU$T
$ELL
PORT ST LUCIE
14 Acres in town East of
US 1. Gentlemens Farm.
Zoned 6 units to an acre.
Horses ok. $399,000
772-528-4137




BANK FORECLOSURE
-1980 Celt DW Mobile
home. Village Green
Comm. Vero Beach Fl.
2/2 Screen room & car-
port. 55+ active adult
comm. $16,500. Pam
Prasch 772-567-5796
BAREFOOT BAY: Price
Drastically Reduced! 2/2
+ Florida room, scr rm,
carport & shed. Own
land! Only $75,000 By
owner. 772-664-8200
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COCOA 3bd/2ba new-
er doublewide, clean, on
own land, right off US 1!
$85,000/price negotiable.
Open House Sat. & Sun.
Noon-5pm.321-504-6365
FORT PIERCE: 55+, 2/2,
dblewide, great condition!
Eat in kitch, new appl,
Active park, free golf. For
Sale. $19,000. Or option
to rent. 772-466-1744
MELBOURNE double-
wide, new floor coverings
/paint,all appincs, FL RM,
.enclosed patio, 55+ park.
Reduced to $28k! lot rent
$300/mo. 321-752-0608
MELBOURNE Ig 1 bed-
room in family park w/
screened porch, fenced
yard, wood shed. lot rent
$385/month. must see!
only $5385.321-259-7029
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, 55+ park,
doublewide compl. furn.
2/2 great cond. $36,900
321-727-3446
Doublewide 55+ park, 4
lakes, pool, hot tub,
compl furn. Must sacrifice
$19,900 321-727-3446

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MELBOURNE, W. Open
every Sunday, 1-5. 418
Arrowood St., Arrowood
Park.2/2 dblwide,lg rooms
&den,walk-in closets, scrn
patio, stor., sprinkler sys.,
exc. cond., all new appl's,
great location,clubhouse,
pool, gazebo. Must see!
Too much to list! $39,900
neg. Make offer. Mort-
gage poss. 321-373-4432
Melbourne-must sell! 2/2
doublewide,55+, glass FL
rm, new carpet, carport,
screened rm, utility -room
w/ work area + an attic.
$35k/obo. 321-960-1877
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MICCO: 55+ Park, pool,
free water & garbage
p/up. 2br/2ba, fully furn.
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throughout $17,000 Call
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MELBOURNE, 55+, 2/1,
3 yr. new roof, W/D, parti-
ally furn., oversized scrn
patio, hurricane shutters,
large lot. Lot rent $260.
$17,000/bo 321-724-6828
PALM BAY, 14X48, 2BR/
1 BA, 1993, new carpet.
No age requirements in
community. Worth $12K -
asking $9500 or make
cash offer. 321-698-2649


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SHome for Sale". Palm
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Oversized 2-CG, with
overhead storage. Active
55+ Beautiful 18 Hole
Golf Club Community.
Pro-shop, driving range,
2 pools, tennis, gym, on-
site restaurant, min. from
beach. Lawncare includ-
ed. $130,000 negotiable.
Call Sam or Bruce
386-788-1749.
VERO BEACH 55+
gated comm. Doublewide
2/2 large rooms open
floor plan. Screen porch
shed. Newer roof, A/C, &
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VERO BEACH Su-rene
06 2/2 wood floors carpet
New appli shed/storm
shutters. Water, sewer,
garbage/lawn included.
$48,900 772-567-5905
VERO BEACH: Royal
Oak Park. 1br/1ba,
furnished, 50+ park. 8125
US 1 North Vero Beach.
Across from Wabasso
Post office. Inquire at lot
#15. $3,500.
W. MELBOURNE 2/2 +
carport doublewide in
Lakes of Melbourne, ap-
pliances, new A/C, shed.
Must see! Move in ready!
$32,900. 321-723-1730




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MELBOURNE bi-lingual
female to share home w/
non-smoker, private room
& bathutilities incld. $400
month or $100/wk, sec +
refs req'd. 321-752-5737


PALM BAY roommate
to share new custom
home. S125/week + util-
ities, includes private
room & garage usage,
free cable. 321-795-6171


MELBOURNE; 2 miles to
BCC, share 3 BR/2 BA
fully furnished private
home, $500/mo. + 1/2
utilities. 321-610-0025

PALM BAY SE room for
rent, cable, utilities, wash-
er/ dryer, single professio-
nal, no pets, $125/week.
John 321-432-7354 days
or 722-9886 evenings
SATELLITE BEACH,
female to share 3500 sf
on water w/same, priv.
furn. 2 BR den, deck,
garage, pool, share kitch-
en, no pets, $650/month
incl. util's. 321-773-7737


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Prime development land
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SEBASTIAN Furnished
Apt or Guest Suite fully
equip kitchen, living room
& bedroom combo. All
utilities & cable incl for
$125 & up 772-913-2422
VERO BEACH: Furn
room with bath & private
entrance. In new home,
gated community w/pool,
tennis etc. Conv to shop-
ping, mall, 1-95. $135/wk
+ 1/2 utilities, no smok-
ing. 772-770-4838


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PALM BAY QUADPLEX -
$229,000 four 1 BR Condos in BLDG., W/D, Central
A/C, Garage!!l RENT 3 Live for FREE!!!
SATELLITE BEACH -
2 BR 2 BA DUPLEX. GARAGE, W/D, Central A/C,
Fenced Yard, FREE Lawn Service!!! $1,100 MONTH
INDIAN HARBOR BEACH -
1 BR 1 BA ONE Block to BEACH!" RENOVATED!!!
NEW Kitchen, Bath, Tile!!! FREE Cable!!! $775 MONTH
PALM BAY -
1 BR 1 BA TOWNHOUSE, Central A/C, W/D, NEW
Carpet, Tile, Slider to PRIVATE Patiol! $499 MONTH

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877-504-0005

GA MTNS Blue Ridge,
2 unfurn. & 2 furn. Cabins
for sale. Also, 1-2 acre
lots ready to build, $45k
& up. 10% down, owner
financing. 321-431-1820

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
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GEORGIA LAND
Dublin 3-1/3 Acre lots.
Paved road. Pecan trees.
15 min to hospitals, mall,
golf & fishing. 1/2 mile off
Hwy-441. Near 1-16
$25,000 478-278-1647

GEORGIA LAND
3ac. Riverfront & 3ac.
river access lots. Private
gated boat ramp on
Oconee river. U.G.
power, paved streets,
$9500/ac.
Owner 912-529-6198
www.swwproperties.com

GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
Blue Ridge. Rustic
Home/cabin Yr. round
views of Cohutta Mtns
2/2+ Loft w/full bsmt on
2.11 Beautifully land-
scaped acres. Furnished
$349,000 MLS 147273
Gated comm log cabin
2/2 w/loft, sunroom,
wooded pvt lot, garage,
basement stubbed.
Reduced $299,900 MLS
148054 Call Jackie
Lumpkin Coldwell Banker
High Country Realty at
1-800-307-0777 www.
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GEORGIA Mtn. Views -
newer 3/2/2 N. of Atlanta
w/ fireplace, built-in mov-
ie projector on .5 acre,
quiet area, move-in ready
$142,900. 321-274-2288
See Photos of Home -
Ad # 41195 at www.
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GEORGIA Mtns, Elljay
Top Home, 3-levels all
finished. 30 miles views,
30K under value only
$239K. Very private, but
close to all. 706-636-2056


COCOA BEACH Ocean
Front, lbdrm/lba Condo,
furnished,washer & dryer,
sinm. pets ok. $850/mo. +
utilities, first/last/sec. Call
Jim Today. 321-544-0012

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

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HUTCHINSON ISLAND -
Harbor Isle Designer
Furnished 2br/2ba on
1st floor w/riverview in
gated comm, Just bring
your toothbrush. $1500
per ,month OBO
772-461-1504

INDIALANTIC -1bd/1.5ba
condo, totally renovated,
granite/stainless applian-
ces, tile, all upgraded,
inclds water/cable. $900/
mo. 321-951-3300 agent



RENT NOW
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across from ocean, Large
2BR/2BA with pool, water
& cable incl. No pets or
smokers. $850/mo + one
month sec 321-723-7576


TERRIFIC
INDIAN HARBOR Beach
Lantana oceanfront 1st
floor 2bd/2ba/lcg condo,
corner with wrap-around
balcony, pool, clubhouse.
$1650/mo. 772-234-4723

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Clayton 360 degree
mountain views on
Tallulah River. Golf, walk
to trout fishing, hunting,
hiking or just privacy.
22.28 Acres w/stream
joins government land on
paved road. $30,000 per
acre. 706-782-5643

KENTUCKY -
DALE HOLLOW LAKE
Low Property Taxes!!
Affordable Cost of
Living!! 1-3 acre wooded
sites. Starting @ only
$29,400!! Located in
Albany.
Call McKeough Land
Co. today (800)301-5263
www.KYwaterfront.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

KENTUCKY
35 Waterfront Acres -
On beautiful Green River.
Trophy deer & turkey.
$99,900.
10 Acres Barn, pond,
$54,900.
5 Acres $900/down,
$215/month.
1 Acre $500/down
$105/mo. 270-999-0179

LAKE MARION AREA 5
acre, beautiful building
site, cool lake breezes.
No Impact fee, low tax-
es and insurance.
$39,900, E-Z terms
Owner Financing.
803-473-7125.

Move to Northfla.com
1/2 .acre lot, $12,888.
Nice manufactured home
on 1 acre, $59,888. Large
land tracts under $2K per
acre. Log on for more
properties. 888-222-7903
movetonorthfla.com

N GEORGIA & NC
MOUNTAINS $39,900/
$69,900 Homesites.
Land/ log home pkg kits
starting $79,900.
Panoramic mountain,
creek, river, waterfall
views, AMENITIES,
Limited availability.
1-888-389-3504x600
www.BRDNC.com

N.C. Asheville Area.
Gated Community sur-
rounded by Pisgah Na-
tional Forest! In historic
Hotsprings. Clubhouse,
hiking trails, waterfall!
1-6 acre Homesites
$70K to $225K.
1-877-477-3473
www.FireflyMountain.com


MELBOURNE BEACH -
Aquarina 18th hole con-
do: 3/3/2, carpet & tile,
vaulted ceilings.too many
amenities to list! $1400/
mo. 321-951-3300 agent
MELBOURNE BEACH
Oceanfront Condo
2/1.5/1, tennis, pool, 2999
S. Highway A1A 310-625-
2235 deleondevelopment
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MELBOURNE VILLAGE,
1BR/1BA apt., close to
shopping, small pet ok.
$700/mo. Available
immediately. Call
321-604-5810; 956-8802
MELBOURNE, Beautiful
2BR/2BA, 1st floor condo/
Upgraded, new tile, kitch.
& bath cabinets, hard-
surface counters, new
appl's, incl W & D. Gated
complex w/pool, workout
+more. Lake Wash. area.
$775/mo. 321-604-5548
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Investment. Let us help
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Countrytyme
704-483-1457

NC LAND:
43acs. Near Raleigh.
Mile-long huge waterway,
1100sf Cedar-sided
home, 3 homesites total,
deer, ducks, fish,
AWESOME: $319,990.
WE FLY YOU IN! Pics:
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919-693-8984

NC MOUNTAIN CABINS
and property for sale,
near Boone & Blowing
Rock NC. Big views, very
private. Great prices!!
336-835-2281 Lowe and
Son Land Company.
www.buyncland.com

NC MOUNTAINS New
Log Cabin 2+ acres,
mountain views, ready to
finish & reduced for quick
sale only $89,900. Fi-
nancing available.
1-828-286-1666

NC Mountains, 117 acres,
great views, large com-
mercial retail building,
apple and peach orchard,
great for single family
development, near N.
Wilkesboro (28659), state
highway.
www.sherrillfaw corn,
Sherrill Faw, Broker:
336-957-7600


NC MOUNTAINS: 5.32
acres with swift streams
in gated comm. Beautiful
mountain view from
homesite $99K. Call own-
er for pics & info:
1-800-563-8590
gatewaymountain comr

NORTH CAROLINA -
New mountain log cabin
shell on a 1 acre site
$99,900. Paved &
utilities, 2-8ac. homesites
w/fabulous views!!
$29,900 to $89,900.
828-247-9966

NORTH CAROLINA!!
Mountain cabin, $99,900.
New shell on private 1
acre site. 16.8 acres
w/dramatic views,
$99,900. Paved &
electric. E-Z Financing.
Free Info. 828-652-8700

NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAIN LAND,
CABINS & HOMES.
For your free guide call
877-635-6461 or to see
the entire book visit
www.ngmrealestateguide
.com and click on front
page picture


MELBOURNE: 1&2
bdrms (1 story), Lge until
rm & attic storage, -near
FIT. $99 move in
w/approval. 1 mo FREE.
Starting from $469/mo.
321-750-6315

PALM BAY, 2 BR/2 BA
apt., hardwood floors, quiet
neighborhood,near 195,
Malabar & US1, $700/mo.
321-960-5946
PALM COAST New
Condo in Canopy Walk,
Gated comm. on ICW,
unfurn. 3/2, garage,
clubhouse/pool ,
$1400/mo+sec. Includes
water / c a b l e.
904-471-7819.
/SATELLITE BCH 3/2
corner unit. U/G parking,
granite counters,
expansive ocean views
on priv. balcony. Painted
& cleaned. Ready now!
$1800/mo+electric/cbl.
Yr. lease.F/L/S. Cell 305-
393-0202; 321-406-1566
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NORTH CAROLINA:
Cool. Mountain Air, Views
& Stream, Homes, Cab-
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Brochure 1-800-642-5333
Realty of Murphy, 317
Peachtree St. Murphy,NC
28906 realtyofmurphy.com
NORTH GEORGIA Mtns
Georgia Prime real es-
tate. Your mountain spe-
cialist. Call for log cabins,
creek, river, lakefront
lots, acreage. Call for
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tion about any listings.
1-877-632-1192 www.
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OHIO RIVER ACREAGE
260 Acres w/3200 Ft of
frontage on the Muskin-
gum River, hilltop prop-
erty. Just $2200/acre.
Call 740-489-9146
SEQUATCHIE POINT
Tennessee Mtns Where
the Mountains Kiss the
Sky. Free Vacation to
visit our mountain acre-
age community over-
looking the Tennessee
River. Call 706-657-7655
SO. Central Florida Lake
Lot Sale! Lake Access-
$79,900 (was $199,900)
Lake View $129,000
(was $224,900) Lakefront
$229,900 (was
$399,900). Owner says
"Sell!" 1-3 acre lake
properties reduced
$100,000+. Gated com-
munity, water, sewer,
paved roads, u/g utils.
Excellent fincancing.
1-866-352-2249.
SOUTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAIN COTTAGE
on Lake Hartwell, 150
feet of water frontage.
Custom Built, $425K.
Call for more information.
Owner 864-353-4696
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS
2 acre building site
w/woods. Spectacular
views, paved roads, utilit-
ies. River access, boat-
ers dream. Near Chatta-
nooga, $39,900.
Owner Financing.
1-866-550-5263 Ask
About Mini Vacations.
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN RETREAT 5 acres,
excellent cain site
w/woods. Incredible
vistas, river access.
Near Crossville, TN.
$39,900 Owner Fi-
nancing. 931-979-1371
TENNESSEE MTNS
Chattanooga to KY line
2.5 acres starting at
$25,000. Larger acreage
starting at $10,000 per
acre. Realty One
877-892-8787 Ask for
Nikkie Heidle
931-248-3900


SATELLITE BEACH
1 BR 1BA fully furnished
condo overlooking pool.
$850 per month
321-604-7535
SEBASTIAN 2/2 with
amenities (clubhouse,
pool, tennis) $950/mo +
F/L/S 772-538-0031

SEBASTIAN New water-
front condo 3/2/1 car. 1st
fir, end unit, cble, water,
internet incl. Comm. pool,
clubhs, boat storg, dock.
$1250, nego. Realtor, Joe
Staniewicz 772-321-4828

SEBASTIAN: 1BR/1BA,
A/C, screen lanai. South
Indian River Dr.
Convenient location, No
dogs. $700/mo, Call Tom
863-983-8064

SEBASTIAN: Great loca-
tion! Furnished lbr cot-
tage. Includes utilities,
Cable, W/D, pool table.
No Sec. No depl From
$200/weekly $800/mo.
11330 US highway 1
772-321-3202




VERO BEACH 1935
15th Ave, Clean & Quiet
lbr/lba Apt, A/C, Water
& Gas incl, $550/mo + S
772-360-5312/567-0075


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NORTH CAROLINA
Murphy Be in the heart
of the Tri-State. 2/2 Log
Cabin w/Fireplace. Wrap
around deck. All ameni-
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Come stay for a week
$575 or just a few days 3
min. for $285. Call
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One week. 6917 Collins
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Value is $1500 will sell
for less. Please call
7 7 2 621 5 0 0 4
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rentals available! Enjoy
the beautiful mountains
of North Carolina. Call
Foscoe Rentals now at
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corn. You may view all our
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VACATION IN the Smo-
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Call for investment cab-
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TENNESSEE
Waterfront Community
Only 17 Home Sites
Remaining! Lakefront,
View, Access Sites
Gated Entrance, Marina
& Boat Launch!!! Starting
at $34,900 Located Near
Morristown, TN.
McKeough Land
Company (800)351-5263
www.TNwaterfront.com
TENNESSEE!!MonteagI
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mountain properties.
600+ Acres; tracts, 5
Acres & up. 4 miles from
1-24. gated & secluded.
Gorgeous bluff & creek.
Wooded lots. George
Timberwood Develop-
ments Co.
423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com

SPECIAL
TENNESSEE, Knoxville
area: 5+ acre tracts with
scenic Cumberland
Mountain Views on
wooded Home Sites.
Place under contract by
July 4, 2007 & receive:
$10,000 owners rebate,
$0 closing cost, 100%
financing available.
$99,900 Call Linda
865-207-1623
www.cumberlandviews.com
Timber Company Liqui-
dation! 24 acres-
$99,900. 40 acres-
$159,900. Selling off
large wooded acreages
in SE Georgia, One day
only, Sat. June 30th.
Loaded with wildlife. Sub-
division potential. Exc'l
financing. Call National
Timber Partners Now
1-800-898-4409 x1307
TIMESHARE RESALES
Buy, Sell, Rent. No com-
mission or broker fees.
800-640-6886
www.buyatimeshare.com
TN CENTER Hill Lake.
Lakeview lots. Build your
dream cabin in one of
Center Hill Lake's pristine
subdivisions. 859761 Call
Gina at 931-510-8227
Condo Beautiful
penthouse Condo. Open
lakeview & overlooks
Marina. 844106.
Tony 615-464-5724
Custom Home -
Riverwatch golf & lake
comm 852320 Kiki
615-464-5478
The Real Estate Team,
LLC 615-597-9200 www.
therealestateteamllc.com
UPSTATE NY
Abandoned. Riverfront
Farm 25 acres $49,900,
Nice woods,, walk to river!
Quiet town Rd, 3.5 hrs.
NYC! Gorgeous setting!
Terms available!
877-906-5263


VERO BEACH Laguna
3/2, posh clubhouse, fit-
ness center, pool, tennis,
racquetball. Lots of interi-
or extras, new floor. Mi-
nutes to beaches, shop-
ping, hospital. Water
view. Furn./Unfurn. $1125
per month. 321-243-8561
VERO BEACH Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$650. Tile, new apple.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013
VIERA 2BR/2BA condo
only $1000/mo. 1st floor.
End unit, w/lake view.
The Lakes at Viera. Avail
now! Incl cable & security
Call Rich 321-514-9792
See photo online www.
HometownNewsClassifie
ds.com ad# 18386
VIERA 3 Fountains of
Viera: like new 2nd floor
2 bedroom 2 bath condo,
gated, pool, appliances,
garage, etc. $1300/month
+ deposit. 321-698-4857
VIERA CONDO, The
Greens, 2BR/1BA,FULLY
FURN., comm. pool, fit-
ness centerputting green,
$900/month, First & sec.
Garage option for add'l.
$50. 321-638-8751 ,

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VILLA RICA, GA: 4/3.5,
6 yrs old. Hardwood
floors throughout. 2 story
composite deck over
looking golf course and
lake. MLS #3457210
$265,000. 321-480-1155
See photos @
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AD# 40942




8 DAYS At Any Luxury
W. Gate Resort. Incl. furn
kit, W/D, Jacuzzi bath. 16
US loc. NO Restrictions.
Use up to Oct. 08. $900,
obo. 772-778-6849

COCOA BEACH Ocean-
front & .oceanview time-
shares. Floating time,
charter membership. Incl
pool, tennis, gym, sauna
& more. Beautiful 2 br.,
sleeps 6. 417-230-1828

TIMESHARE RESALES
Sell today for Cash! No
commissions or broker
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TIMESHARE RESALES
The cheapest way to
Buy, Sell, and Rent Time-
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VACATION VILLAGE at
Parkway-Orlando, luxuri-
ous 2/2, red weeks, w/
extra week bi-annually.
Priced way below value!
$11K/obo. 321-205-3376




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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






TALLAHASSEE
Investment property!
$138,000! Rented until
August '07 at $1100
month. .37 acre w/ 3 BR/2
BA house. Located near
FSU, TCC, FAMU. Awe-
some rental property!
Families & students wel-
come!' Call Kyle at
321-749-9453


W. Melbourne afforda-
ble, fully furn. 2/2 condo
overlooks pool, utils incld
move-in ready! $1100/mo
seasonal or long term.
call 321-951-3300 agent
W. MELBOURNE condo,
1 BR/1 BA, upstais unit,
water/cable included,
$700/mo.; 2 BR/2 BA,
same location, $775/mo.
Winnie 321-626-1318
WEST MELBOURNE,
Garret's Run, 2/2 condo,
spacious, screened patio,
cable,1st floor, sm. pets
okay. $850/mo. 1st, last +
$450 sec. 321-543-2353



BAD CREDIT or POOR
CREDIT? Stop Renting
and Own Your Dream
Home. NO Bank Qualifi-
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MODERN 3/2, Garage,
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more. 407-690-8912 or
321-890-7927
GRANT LAKEFRONT
pool home on 2.5 acres,
3/2, close to boat launch,
boat storage avail.,horses
allowed, $1275 / month.
Lease option to buy.
516-521-1224


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PORT ST. LUCIE:
Commerical warehouse
space, 2000 sq. ft., 4 offi-
ces, 2 bathrooms, store
front & overhead door.
$280,000 OBO Pete
772-260-0758




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HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
nished and unfurnished.
Call Paula Rogers & As-
sociates 772-231-9121,
772-473-7009 (cell)
INDIAN RIVER AREA -
Rent to Own, Lease Pur-
chase or Creative Fi-
nancing. $895/month.
Small Deposit Required.
Call 772-408-8537
MELBOURNE adorable
Cottage in quiet area:
partially furnished, clean
& neat, new 'appliances,
$600/month includes wa-
ter. call 321-984-8012
MELBOURNE TWO
Spacious 2br/2ba/garage
homes. (1) Cedar Run &
(1) Fountainhead North.
$950/mo. 1st, last, sec.
Call 321-752-9183
MELBOURNE, spacious,
walk to golf course/FIT
1900sf + Ig FL room, ca-
thedral ceiling 3/2 + over-
sized 2 car garage, extra
bonus rm (or 4th bdrm) w/
Ig. fenced yard. rent in-
cludes lawn care, quiet &
attractive neighborhood,
$1325/mo. 914-373-9377
MERRITT ISLAND Open
water, on Sykes Creek,
3/2/2, dock, boat lift, new-
ly remodeled w/ new car-
pet /paint /privacy fence.
$1295/mo. 321-501-0824
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MERRITT ISLAND
Rent/Rent to Own. 4/2/2
2400 sq ft., canal, remod-
eled, $1,250, $1500 de-
posit. 321-773-5756,
321-514-5391 (cell)
MOVE IN READY
DAYTONA BEACH-
3/2/1cg. Washer/dryer
incl. Very nice, very
clean. 1039 Clearwater
Rd. (off Nova).
$1250/mo. You pay utilit-
ies. 1st and last.
931-319-4776 / 319-3912
PALM BAY 3/2, .5 acre
corner lot, open kitchen,
split plan,screened porch,
clean & ready to move in!
sacrificing for $1000/mo.
call 321-951-3300 agent
PALM BAY AWESOME
3/2/2, stainless applian-
ces, washer & dryer, built
in 2005, move-in ready!!!
1 week free $950/mo. call
Sheree. 321-951-3300
PALM BAY Brand new!
Furn. 3/2/2 + ofc. 2000sf
living. Waterstone Gated
Comm. On Lake.
$1295/mo. 321-984-7362


PALM BAY Buy, Rent
or Rent to Own! 3 or 4
bdrm, 2ba, from $950/mo
(payments applied to-
wards purchase) call 321-
726-9424, 772-519-3229


WOw
PALM BAY 3br/lba
$700 mo. $700 dep. 2871
NE Morris. Avail NOW!
Sect 8 OK 321-368-7243
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 AREA Rent
to Own, Lease Purchase
or Creative Financing.
$895/month. Small De-
posit Required. Call
772-408-8537
PALM BAY NE 3/2/1
Desirable nghbrhd, close
to everything. Fenced
yard. Lg enclosed Florida
room. $800/mo
321-253-9166


PALM BAY NE Lg. 3/2
carport & screen porch.
Like new carpet, floors &
paint. W/D. City water.
2095 Algeria St. $995/
mo. + Sec. 321-733-7120
PALM BAY NW, Emer-
son & Jupiter area, 3/2/2,
Ig. screened porch, corner
lot, newer tile & appl's.,
city water, $1150/mo. 1st
/last/sec. 321-726-1899
PALM BAY SE, 3/2/2,
built 2006, large yard,
ceiling fans, appliances
included, just painted,
$950/mo. + $700 security.
321-617-7441. See www.
HometownNewsOL.com
for photo. AD#18122
PALM BAY SE, beautiful
3/2/2, 1662 sf, near Bay-
side Lakes, skylight, spa-
cious MBR, scrnd porch,
near schools & shopping,
$1050/mo. 321-768-0044
PALM BAY SW large
3bdrm/2ba single family,
built '05 w/ washer/dryer,
water/alarm incld. $1150
/month + app fee. Owner/
Agent. call 305-469-3239


PALM BAY, 2 Weeks
Free! Brand new Homes!
$800 -$1200 mo. All
areas 3/2/2 w/ upgrades.
1200 sq. ft. Call for more
details. Gore Realty
321-952-7257 704-1104
PALM BAY. Brand new
3/2/2 $900/mo. First &
security. Sreened Patio,
Garage opener, W/D.
Reversal osmosis water
system 561-667-8310
PORT ST. LUCIE: 3/2/1
w/ large fenced backyard,
and community pool, +
clubhouse, $950/mo. &
$950 dep. 772-461-6077
SATELLITE BEACH -
Move-In Today! 2 bdrm,
screened porch, garage,
new appliances, all tiled,
NO PETS. $850/month
321-223-3246/773-6457
SATELLITE BEACH
Oceanfront furnished
home. 2/1/1, bathroom w/
sauna & jacuzzi tub, short
term available. $1975
month 321-604-7535


SEBASTIAN Highlands
2br/2ba/ w/garage, very
clean, unfurnished, Ig
enclosed patio, beautiful
neighborhood, W/D, pets
ok. $995/mo. 341 Bis-
cayne LN 954-993-9461
TITUSVILLE executive
5bd/3ba/2 car + new RV
garage 18'x52', 3637sf, 1
acre, sauna, applncs, in
exclusive area, rent w/
option to buy. $1500/mo.
ref's req'd. 321-269-5913
VERO BEACH 2/1.5,
pool, appliances, storage
shed, enclosed porch, tile
thru-out. Close to every-
thing. $1,000/mo. + sec
772-299-1957
VIERA 3bdrm,2ba,2 car
w/ scrnd. patio, Ig. fenced
yard, excellent condition,
easy access to highway/
shopping/schools. Avail.!
$1140/mo.703-200-5899
VIERA, 3/2/2 Split Plan.
Great cul-de-sac. Lake-
front, community pool.
$1050mo. $50 off if paid
by 1st. Small Pets OK.
321-638-1213. 302-5107


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VIERA,- 4/2/2, built '05,
2473 sq.ft., split plan, lake
front, scrn'd patio, gated
comm., clubhouse, pool,
lawn care incl., $1600/mo
Avail. 8/1. 321-632-3093
VIERA, furnished or un-
furnished with community
pool, screened porch.
3BR 2BA $1200 Call
321-604-7535




INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
Across from bch! 2br/1.5
/carport. W/D, 2 story,
comm. pool, all appl's.,
pets ok. $1000/mo.
954-684-9609
VERO: 5 Minutes to
beach! No F/L/S!!
2BR/2.5BA large rooms,
enclosed patio. Quiet,
peaceful, $1100/mo Non
Smoker, Pets okay.
772-643-5142 Or email:
qeriedrn(dyahoo.com

Call Classified
321-242-0442


CAPE, LIVE ON BEACH
2/2, completely furnished
executive home, profes-
sionals only, $1050/mo. +
sec. and utilities. Showing.
now! 321-783-5448
EAU GALLIE, very clean!
2 BR/1 BA, carport, in-
cludes yard maintenance,
no pets, $750/mo. Pri-
vately owned. Please call
321-259-3155

INDIALANTIC, 2 BR/1
BA, 1 car garage, very
clean, modern, across
from beach, $900/mo.
120 Flug Avenue. Call
321-749-5292
MELBOURNE Near
Wickham/Aurora, quiet
st. 2BR/1BA, back deck.
$700. Incl. W/D, water,
trash, pest. 321-693-2784
www.Yout-Castle.biz
MELBOURNE 2BR/2BA
W/D Hook-up, very
clean, just painted,
private patio area.
$675/mo. Intracoastal
Property 321-255-1661


SEBASTIAN new duplex!
3br/2ba/lcar. Spacious,
w/appl's, screened porch,
all tile, close to schools.
Small pets ok. $875/mo.
1152 Schumann Dr. Call
Elena 305-431-2830




W. MELBOURNE MH
2BR/1.5BA, very clean &
nice neighborhood. $700/
mo. Furn. optional.Across
from Sam's Club on Hwy.
192. 321-431-9591






PERRONE
PROPERTIES
*OFFICE *RETAIL
*WAREHOUSE
350 sqft to 4.500 sqft.
See photos, floor plans &
availability at
PerroneProperties.com
321-454-3393


COCOA, 2500 sq ft build-
ing for lease, high traffic
volume on SR520. 1 year
lease min. 321-633-4665
VERO- Office / Retail.
US1 great location ex-
pand develop start
new business. Immediate
success! From $500/mo.
772-489-0180





FORT PIERCE Parking/
Storage up to 1 acre.
US1 & Dickson Drive,
Reasonable
772-521-5111

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


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CADILLAC ALLANTE
convertible, '91, 82K mi.,
loaded, great condition,
champagne, $9000/obo.
321-799-4737
CHEVY IMPALA '64
White/red interior 283
original motor. A/C
system. Asking $15,000
Must Sell 772-359-1863
see photo at
www.hometownnewsol.com
ad # 22554
FORD FALCON 1964
Red Conv, w/white top,
37K original miles. Exc.
cond. Always garaged!
$8500 321-543-4007


KARMEN GHIA 1965:
New paint, new interior,
$3500.321-784-8776

OPEN HOUSE
Reach over
one million potential
buyers from
North Palm Beach
thru Ormond Beach
HOMETOWN NEWS
321-242-0442


NISSAN 200SX 1984,
orange mist, 66k miles,
new tires, family owned,
garage kept, must see!
$5000/obo.321-725-3204




BLOWN HEAD GAS-
KET? State of the art
2-part carbon metallic
chemical process. Repair
yourself. 100% guaran-
teed. 1-866-780-9041
www.RXAuto.com

CAMARO CONVERTI-
BLE '96, 3.4 leather,AC,
low miles, top in good
condition, good tires.
$3100.772-634-6014

CHEVROLET CAPRICE
Classic 1986 w/ AC &
new tires! $2000 or best
offer. call 321-259-2532

CHEVY LUMINA white,
'98 w/ air bag, ABS, A/C,
PS, CC, tilt, leather, pow-
er seats/windows/mirrors,
AM/FM/CD, sunroof, 3.8L
V6. $3300. 321-626-7350


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1999 MERCURY

GRAND MARQUIS GS
"Clean",
#XX656748


$4,980

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2006 SCION

XA
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B60144692


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CORVETTE, '93, 46K mi,
white w/white leather, wht
grand sport wheels, auto,
all pwr,2 roof tops, 19/27
mpg,$14K. 321-253-6159

DONATE YOUR Car to
American Association for
Cancer Research-Saving
Lives Through Research.
Fast/Free Towing, Non-
Runners Acceptable.
Please Call Before the
Tax Year Ends
#1-800-728-0801

HONDA CIVIC DX 2001
silver, 4 door, 68k miles,
CD, very well maintained,
in mint cond. inside/out.
$7500/obo.321-794-4886

HONDA CIVIC VP 2004 -
Gas Saver, $13,980
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802

KIA RONDO LX, '07,
brand new, 400 miles,
red, 1 owner, garaged,
Sacrifice $16,500. Call
321-784-3748

MAZDA 6i 2005-
Priced to Move, $12,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802


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2004 PONTIAC

SUNFIRE
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#47136463


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"Priced to Move".
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2006 TOYOTA 2005 DODGE

COROLLA LE RAM 1500 ST
"Gas Saver". "Clean".
#6C712096 #5J511B36

,15,980 $16,980,







2004 CHEVY 2005 TOYOTA

TAHOE LS RUNNER SPORT
"Sharp "Priced to Sell",
#4R288189 #50021880.


$19,980 .22.980


MERCURY GRAND Mar-
quis 1995, white, V8,
automatic, tan leather,
digital dash, cold A/C.
$1300. call 321-704-0013
NISSAN 300ZX, 2+2, tru-
ly must see to appreciate!
Garage kept, red, excel-
lent condition, $5300. Call
321-960-1866
NISSAN SENTRA XE, 4
door, '94, auto, cold AC,
new paint/battery/brakes,
AM/FM/CD, in exc. cond.,
$1850. call 321-632-9551
PONTIAC SUNFIRE '04
Sharp! Priced to Sell,
$8,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802
SCION XA 2006 -
Gas Saver, $11,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802
TOYOTA SUPRA Turbo-
'88, int. perf., ext. minor
work, good parts, spare
engine & trany grt project
car. $700. 321-216-4012
VW BEETLE, '00, red w/
black int.,great cond., 2nd
owner, 84K, recent full
service(brakes/rotor/tires)
$6400/obo. 321-759-3612


VW BEETLE, '06, 12 mo,
like new, auto, loaded,
extras. First looker will be
first buyer! Michelin tires,
$16,900. 321-773-8031






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$500+
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Trailer, Motorcycle
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w/ low mileage, 1 owner.
call 321-799-3630


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2001 BUICK 2001 CHEVY

LESABRE CUSTOM S-10 PICKUP LS
'Won't Last", "Great Value'.
914181434 #18139773


\9,9980) .9,980


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2004 HONDA

CIVIC VP
"Won't Last".
#4L016500.


,13.980)


2006 FORD 2007 TOYOTA

ECONOLINEE-350XLT CAMRY LE
"Great Value "Sharp", "Clean
#6DA04678, #7U050136


'16,980j $18.980 O


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HARLEY DAVIDSON '98
Road King. Black with
$3500 in chrome. 11,000
miles. Senior rider.
$9800. 561-622-7614
Harley Fat Boy, detach-
able windshield/luggage
rack/backrest, Mustang
seat w/rider backrest lots
of chrome, many extras!
$12,990. 321-412-2363
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#22958
HONDA RUCKUS Scoot-
er, 2005, 49cc, black, 115
miles, perfect condition,
$1300 or best offer. Call
321-752-3957
HONDA SHADOW '97,
1100cc, 17,500 miles,
was $4500, now only
$3500, in good cond. w/
extras!!! 321-453-5519
KAWASAKI: 2001, 750
Vulcan, Excellent cond.
$3500. 772-473-2655
POLARIS SCRAMBLER
500 '06 4x4, 4 strk, 150
hrs. $4600 OBO
772-633-5190 or
772-532-5927
SOFTTAIL Chopper '03-
100" S&S motor w/ 6 spd
transmission, extras, cus-
tom paint, in mint cond.
$19,500. 321-953-2048
Ultra Classic '02 Harley
Davidson, made into a
trike,fully loaded w/ satel-
lite radio, cruise control +
$28,050. 321-953-2048
YAMAHA VIRAGO 535,
'95, low miles, custom
paint and exhaust, new
battery, good condition,
$2000. 321-453-7799




CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP! Coast to Coast
USA/Canada. $8.00/
night (full hookup) Paid
$2595, illness forces sale
$595. 1-800-236-0327.
CHEVY MINNIE WINNIE,
'84, 21', Class C, no gen-
erator, as is condition,
$3750/obo. Located Port
St. John. 321-636-9269
COACHMAN, 1994, 26'
trailer, slide out, sleeps 4,
25' awning, fully equip-
ped, exc. cond., $7900.
321-863-4031 Must See!


JAYCO 5TH Wheel '02,
27ft, rear bath, 1 slide w/
awning,patio, microwave,
tv + more, extra clean,
Priced to Sell Fast!!.!
$12K/obo. 772-260-9967
PROWLER 5TH Wheel -
1993, 16' slide, carpet/
fridge/canopy all new, '88
Ford F350 dually. $13K
for rig. call 321-624-8520
RV RENTAL site located
on Hutchingson Island
near Vero Beach. Across
from beach, Marina on
Inter-coastal, pool tennis.
Phone, cable, and elec-
tricity included. First
class. By the week,
month, or season.
352-347-4470.
VIKING POP-UP, '99,
immaculate, dining slide,
sleeps 6, fridge, grill, toi-
let, $5500. 321-750-4367
VIXEN 21FT SE Moto-
rhome- V6 Buick 3.8L, 80
mph, 21 mpg, 49,900 mi.,
kitchen, lounge & dinette,
bedroom, bath + shower,
closets, lockers, leather
command center, satellite
dish, AC & heat, Onan
generator, GPS, cb, tow
pkg., air lift. $32,000/obo.
321-459-1073, evenings
WILDWOOD PARK '06,
38ft w/ 2 slideouts, appli-
ances, sleeper sofa, full
sz bed, new washer,gas
stove + more $22klobo in
St. Cloud. 518-588-5432
Check out RV photos:
Ad # 22480 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
WINNEBAGO ADVEN-
TURER '98, 35ft, 7 new
tires, 1 huge slide, sleeps
6, 42k mi., in exc. cond.
$29,900. 321-632-2440
WINNEBAGO BRAVE -
REDUCED! '99, 32ft, 40k
miles, queen & sofa bed,
appliances, in exc. cond.
$37,500. 321-759-5950





CHEVY TAHOE 1999,
Green, 150k miles, runs
great, cold A/C, leather,
power everything, load-
ed! $5k. 321-403-0545


FORD EXPLORER XLT
'96 V-8 Leather Int.
White, cold A/C, elec
windows. $4000 obo
772-321-0960
FORD EXPLORER, '97,
runs great, garage kept,
extra clean, low miles,
V6, $5000. Please call
321-751-6899



CHEVROLET S10 1983
V-8 conversion project,
needs assembled, long
list included. $1500 nego-
tiable, call 321-403-3766
CHEVY CONVERSION
Van '95, high-top, good
condition, beautiful all
leather interior,140k mi.
$1800/obo.321-632-4945
CHEVY S-10 PICKUP
'01 LS. Great Value,
$9,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802
CHEVY SILVERADO
C1500 diesel, '82, only
124K,new tires/int./ radia-
tor /starter, re-built trans.,
more! 4" lift, great cond.,
$2995.321-723-1933
DODGE CARAVAN,
1995, good condition, sil-
ver, auto, power steering,
AC, brand new tires,
$995. 321-725-0000
DODGE DAKOTA Sport
Club Cab '99, bedliner,
tinted windows, 4wd, V8,
clean inside/out,priced to
sell.$6800. 321-213-5300
DODGE RAM 1500 '99,
ext. cab. 2wd, alpine ster-
eo, 5spd, new hd clutch,
cold a/c, 132k miles, mo-
bile 1 oil change, runs
great, in good condition!
$3900/obo.321-223-6822
DODGE RAM 1500 ST
2005- Clean, $16,980.
Toyota of Melbourne
1-888-627-4802
DODGE RAM 3500, 15
passenger, '02, V8, dual
AC, power windows, very
clean, 62K miles, $9599.
321-259-1026 Lv. msg.
FORD E250 '06 40,600
miles, white, 4 door, V8,
auto trans.,2wd, PS, pow-
er brakes,A/C, exc. cond.
$13,750. 321-231-1170
Photo of Van Please
See Ad # 22555 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com


FORD EXTENDED Van
XL Cab -'92, well maint.,
red, family owned, deluxe
model, new dual ice cold
a/c, 4 captain chairs w/
lumbar & 1 bench seat,
front/rear stereo controls,
tinted windows, 4 wheel
drive,tow pkg. Must See!
$2500/obo.321-403-0350
FORD F150 98', 4x4,
Lariat package, CD player
Am/Fm/Cass, Cold A/C
Exc condition $10,300
OBO 772-794-4682
FORD F150 XLT '98 ex-
tra cab,blue/silver, 6' bed,
toolboxes/ladder rack, all
power,tow pkg,10ply tires
$4800/obo.321-373-4133
Check Out Truck Photo -
Ad # 22773 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
FORD RANGER, '89, 4
cylinder, stick shift,
w/black tool box, runs
great, fairly new paint,
$1500/obo. 321-633-7252
FORD TRUCK XLT '95,
club cab, green, 5spd,
A/C,AM/FM/cassette, 99k
mi., topper, in exc. cond.
$3000/obo.321-783-3649


NISSAN 95', Extended
Cab XE, 4X4, 5 spd, Cold
Air, Oversized Tires &
Wheels, 31 X 10.5. $4400
Call 772-240-2147 See
ad #21985 for photo
www.HometownNewsOL.com

NISSAN FRONTIER
2000 Red w/mtg topper,
4 cyl., 82K miles. Exc.
cond. Bedliner & tow pkg.
$4700. 321-360-8411



CARGOMATE Burgun-
dy, 2006 Enclosed Trail-
er, 28' x 8.5' Eliminator,
Like New. $8900/nego-
tiable. call 321-258-7611
FLATBED TRAILER, HD,
7'x18', (2) 3500# axles/
brakes, spare, exc. cond.,
hauled car and equip.,
$1675/obo. 321-725-0545
or 941-286-7005
TRAILER BIG TEX 36ft
'05, w/ sides, spare tire, 2
axles, can hold 7k Ibs, in
excellent condition.
$3150. call 321-725-5862


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'20 PONTOON- CREST-
LINER LSI, 90 .hp Suzuki
4 strk. Loaded w/trailer.
35 hrs. One owner. Best
Offer Moving!
772-708-2691

19.5 Tracker/Tahoe '05
Fish/ski w/trailer. Garage
kept, bimini top, depth
finder. Merc cruiser 4.3L
190/HP I/O 10 hrs
$15,000 772-299-4591
1992 25 foot Wellcraft
with twin 2000 150 Mer-
cury EFI engines. Good
shape. Cuddy cabin, bait
well, all the toys.
$10,900. Best offer.
352-347-2016.
ANGLER- '03, 20'4",fully
equipped 4 offshore fish-
ing + '03 EZ loader w/
bearing buddies.$20,500/
negotiable. 321-574-1187

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No Haggle
Price
ONLY $ 6,609.
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 o
SR 40, Astor, Fl r-
352-759-3655

BOAT SLIPS up to 45
feet. Orange Cove Mari-
na, Cocoa Beach $10 per
foot 321-783-8349

CAROLINA SKIFF, 16',
HondaO/B,30hp 4-stroke,
console, forward deck,
swivel chair, fish finder,
anchor, trailer, like new.
$6000.321-259-2213




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CATALINA '82, 25Ft.
Fixed keel draws 4'6",
1996 Yahama 9.9 4
stroke motor, pop top,
sleeps 6. mainsail & 2
jibs, roller furler. shore
power, bimini, auto-pilot,
depth sounder, head,
stove, new cushions,
safety equip., tools, GPS.
VHF, whisker pole, dual
batteries, solar panel,
water tanks, holding tank,
tiller steering, bottom
done 2005, clean, well
maintained. $9,300. Call
386-756-3034. Daytona
HOBIE CAT 14' needs
rigging no trailer. Boat in
good condition. Free to
pick up. 772-589-2935
HUNTER 27' Sailboat
1979. Completely re-
stored in '06. Over
$24,000 invested in Awl-
grip paint, new sails, en-
gine overhaul & hard-
ware. Better than new
cond. with minor finish
work needed. See
@Seven Seas Marina
$14,500. 386-314-4870
HUNTER SAILBOAT,
1981, 22', good condition,
$3000. Call for details
321-632-3093 or cell #
321-243-9216
JET SKI Kawasaki 750
SS, 1992, 2-seater, low
hours but needs a little
work, with trailer. $1000.
321-750-8154/750-9078


MAXUM CUDDY Cabin -
1989, 20 foot, looks and
runs good w/ 2003 trailer,
call for details. $4000 or
best offer. 321-432-1001
MINI BASS BOAT Live-
well, Nay Lites, Rodhold-
ers, Fishfinder, MinnKota
Trolling motor, Evinrude
0/B w/ trailer, new cond.
$1250. call 321-243-0505
See a Photo of the Boat -
Ad # 22776 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
NITRO BASS boat, 17.5',
'94, 90hp Merc., 1 tank on
rebuild, new trolling motor
& batteries, galv. trailer,
$4000. 321-768-7826
PONTOON BOAT 2006
Aqua Patio, 24', seats 15,
90hp 4-stroke Mercury,
22hrs, loaded w/ trailer &
cover. Just take over pay-
ments & it's yours!!! Must
Sell Now! 772-260-9967
PONTOON BOAT,'04, 50
hrs., 50hp, like new, trail-
er, 2 live bait wells, fish
finder, many extras!
$10,500firm321-427-5858
S2 SAILBOAT '83, 7.3,
24ft, 1996 Johnson 8HP
Sailmaster,in perfect con-
dition w/ extras + auto pi-
lot. $5800. 321-604-2433

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