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Reaction varies to Bob Allen sex charge


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
TITUSVILLE More than a
week after being charged with
soliciting prostitution, state Rep.
Bob Allen, R-Merritt Island, plans
to stay in office and fight the
charges.
"I am not resigning (from) my
office," said Rep. Allen during a


press conference July 12 in
Titusville. "This is an ugly situa-
tion."
Rep. Allen called the press con-
ference in front of attorney Philip
Lupo's Titusville office, not far
from Veterans Memorial Park, the
site of his arrest.
According to a report filed by
Titusville Police Officer Danny
Kavanaugh, Rep. Allen was acting


suspiciously in the park, walking
in and out of the bathroom July
10.
After he entered the bathroom
for the third time, police said Rep.
Allen offered an undercover offi-
cer $20 in exchange for oral sex.
He was charged with violating
Florida Statute 796.07, soliciting,
inducing, enticing or procuring
another to commit prostitution,


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May Smith credits healthy
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE After getting off to a
scary start in life, May Smith prevailed.
On July 14, she celebrated her 100th birth-
day.
"I have been very lucky," said Mrs. Smith.
"When I was born, I was very sick and had to
stay in bed for most of the first seven years


of my life."
By 1910, she had recovered from her ill-
ness and started elementary school, aca-
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"Keep going to school," Mrs. Smith advis-
es today's youths. "You have to get a good
education."
These days, Mrs. Smith lives at the Life
Care Center in Melbourne, surrounded by
new friends. Fellow residents often join her
for spirited discussions during meal times.
0 See MAY DAY, A4


lewdness or assignation.
The charge is a second-degree
misdemeanor carrying a possible
60-day jail sentence.
As he was being transferred to
the Brevard County Jail, Rep.
Allen told reporters the incident
was a "misunderstanding" and
called the charges against him


I See CHARGE, A10


Charter


group adds


12 changes

Nov. 6 ballot will see
proposed amendments
for West Melbourne voters

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE For the second year
in a row, West Melbourne voters will face a
lengthy ballot in November.
The City Council approved three more
charter revision questions for the general
election, bringing the total number of pro-
posed amendments to 12.
Last year, voters had to sort through 16
detailed questions, eventually approving 12.
Some of this year's questions will look famil-
iar to voters.
"The questions that failed last year have
been reworked," said Harry Stapor, Charter
Review Committee member.
"Last year, we had 16 ballot changes that
represented 61 actual text changes," he said.
"This year, we didn't have to (lump multiple
topics together.)"
During a special meeting July 3, council
and charter review members debated five
additional questions, eventually approving
three.
The council failed to reach a consensus on
a question changing the reporting structure
and authority of the police chief.
Proposed changes included having the
police chief report directly to the city manag-
er, and having the city manager play a role in
the hiring and firing for that position.
After a lengthy debate and reviewing alter-
native language, the council decided not to
change the way the charter describes the
chief's position.
Council member Charles Settgast unsuc-
cessfully lobbied the council to consider new
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But DiPatri vows to
keep controversial
instruction in-house
BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer ,
Brevard County Public Schools
superintendent Richard DiPatri
recommended this week that
schools keep the teaching of the


district's sex education curricu-
lum in-house.
The recommendation of the
superintendent came just days
after a panel of 16 parents and
school officials reaffirmed Bre-
vard County Public Schools' strict
stance on sex-ed.
At a meeting last week, commit-
tee members approved two out-
side groups to assist in teaching
the classes, and rejected another,


but Mr. DiPatri said he believed
the best way to "ensure the fideli-
ty" of the district's program was to
have Brevard teachers deliver the
message themselves.
Committee members had
approved the participation of
First Defense: Abstinence Educa-
tion, and Apostolic Ministries of
America's program, which also
makes abstinence 70 percent of
its focus.


Since 1992, the district has had
a strict "abstinence-based" sex-ed
policy that focuses heavily on
abstinence as the only definitive
way to prevent teen pregnancy
and disease, while only touching
on contraception as a failed alter-
native.
"This not an abstinence-based
program, it is an abstinence-only


) See SEX-ED, A3


Number of leatherback

turtle nests sets record


But loggerhead
sea turtle nests
are down
By TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer
The number of
leatherback sea turtle nests
in the Archie Carr National
Wildlife Refuge has reached
a record high of 69.
The previous record of 68
nests was set during the 2005
nesting season.
"It really says we have a
population of nesting
females that's holding steady
in the Carr refuge," refuge
ranger Joanna Webb said of


the new record.
Officials are concerned,
however, about the low
number of loggerhead sea
turtle nests at the refuge.
The refuge's coastline
stretches for 20 miles from
Melbourne Beach to Wabas-
so Beach in Indian River
County. Its beaches provide
nesting habitat for about
one-fourth of all sea turtles
nesting in the United States.
Mrs. Webb said the nesting
season for the endangered
leatherbacks usually runs
from March to late June.
There were only 19
leatherback nests in the
refuge last year, but that
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Charter
From page Al
language describing the
police chief's position.
"The words in the char-
ter are broken," said Mr.
Settgast. "It should con-
tain some minimum
requirements (for police
chief candidates) to avoid
a political appointment.
Right now, the charter is
very ambiguous."
The council also gave
the thumbs-down to
Mayor Shirley Bradshaw's
idea to reduce the size of
the council from seven
members to five.
Citing a growing popula-
tion in West Melbourne
and a nearly impossible
task of implementing such
a change, Mr. Stapor told
the council that the char-
ter review committee did
not recommend the
change.


"I still believe if the
county can be well served
by five (commissioners),
then so can we," said
Mayor Bradshaw.
The council was sharply
divided on a proposal
addressing how the coun-
cil would replace the city's
mayor, if the person elect-
ed to that position was
unable to continue in that
role.
The proposed revision
would allow only those
council members who
have been elected, rather
than appointed, to their
seat to be eligible for
appointment to the may-
oral post.
With two appointed
members, including Mr.
Settgast and John D'Ami-
co, on the current council,
the issue was particularly
relevant.
Council member Vir-
ginia Blanchard supported
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doesn't surprise, Mrs.
Webb.
"Typically leatherbackss)
nest every other year," she
said. "So we're now proba-
bly seeing the same
females that nested here
in 2005."
Endangered green sea
turtles also nest at the
refuge, from late May
through October.
Through June 27, there
were 193 green sea turtle
nests, compared to 1,609
for the entire 2006 nesting
season.
"We're just going into
peak nesting season for
greens," Mrs. Webb said.
We're not really sure what
we're going to get this
year."
Besides serving as the
nesting ground for many
leatherbacks and greens,
the refuge is the most
important nesting area for
the threatened loggerhead
sea turtles in the Western
Hemisphere.
The loggerheads' nest-
ing season lasts from
about May through
August. Through June 27,
there were 3,202 logger-
head nests in the refuge,
compared to a total of


10,828 last year.
"We won't really be able
to say anything until the
end of the nesting season,
but it's not looking real
abundant right now," Mrs.
Webb said of the logger-
head nests.
The number of annual
loggerhead nests in the
refuge gradually
decreased from 15,645 in
2001 to 9,138 in 2004, a 42
percent decline.
The total increased to
11,038 in 2005 before drop-
ping again last year.
Many people inventory
nests in the refuge. For
example, students in the
University of Central Flori-
da's Marine Turtle Research
Group monitor nests in the
refuge's south Brevard
County section.
Retired UCF biology pro-
fessor Llew Ehrhart leads
the students. He has
researched sea turtles
since 1973 and has studied
them at the refuge since
1982.
Mr. Ehrhart said many
of his colleagues, includ-
ing those from the Nation-
al Marine Fisheries Ser-
vice,, say there, has been a
"steep and serious"


decline in loggerhead
nests at the refuge since
1998.
"We're now at the mid-
point of the nesting sea-
son and we're about 1,700
nests behind last year's
pace," Mr. Ehrhart said.
He said some of his col-
leagues attribute the
decline in nests to the
incidental take of sub-
adult loggerheads in the
ocean by long-line fisher-
men.
Many turtles have died
after getting caught on fish-
ing hooks baited for fish.
"Long-line fisheries really
rose in prominence and
activity about 15-20 years
ago," Mr. Ehrhart said.
"They have been taking 'so
many sub-adult logger-
heads that (the effect) is
showing up now on our
nesting beaches."
But, he said, more study
is needed to definitively
determine the cause of the
decline in the number of
nests.
Contact Tony Judnich at
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dates to elected council
members.
"(The appointed mem-
bers) have not been out in
the public," said Ms. Blan-
chard. "They have not
been elected in any formal
way."
Council member Jan
Lieson was concerned
about the implications of
the change.
"It makes the council
members who were
appointed seem less equal
than those who were elect-
ed," she said.
In a 4-3 vote, the council
approved the placement
of the proposed amend-
ment on the ballot. Coun-
cil members D'Amico,
Settgast and vice mayor
Hal Rose dissented.
The council unanimous-
ly approved an amend-
ment requiring the city to
address growth and eco-
nomic development in a
formal manner, and also


approved an amendment
creating an effective date
for any amendments
approved by the voters in
November.
The real work is just
beginning, said Mr. Stapor.
The voters need to be edu-
cated on the ballot ques-
tions so they can make
informed decisions.
"I requested that in
addition to multiple
homeowners association
meetings, we have three
town meetings," said Mr.
Stapor.
The council will decide
dates for informational
meetings during an-
upcoming session. Those
dates will be posted on the
city's Web site, www.west-
melbourne.org.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or e-
mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
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Sex-Ed
From page Al
program," said Planned
Parenthood president and
CEO Sue Idtensohm,
whose organization was
rejected by the committee
for its heavy focus on con-
traception as a means to
prevent diseases such as
HIV/AIDS.
"We firmly believe that
kids should have all of the
information they needs to
make their decisions
about sexual activity," she
said.
The crux of the ongoing
debate has been Brevard's
strict policy of showing
students the ineffective-
ness of contraception
through what some, includ-
ing Planned Parenthood,
have called inflated failure
statistics.
Committee members dis-
agreed, citing recent Center
of Disease Control research
to support the district's poli-
cy.
"We've seen the results of
studies, and condoms and
other contraceptives have
between a 9-20 percent fail-
ure rate," said committee
member Stephanie Eley,
who is a Brevard County
teacher and parent. "Our
students need to be told
that they are not a sure way
to prevent disease and preg-
nancy."
Ms. Eley cited a 2006 CDC
report that said typical con-
dom use was effective 80
percent of the time.
"That means they have a
20 percent failure rate," Ms.
Eley said. "We used the typ-
ical use statistics because
teens tend to be typical
users."
A similar World Health
organization report placed
"typical" condom failure
rates between 9-13 percent.
Apostolic Ministries of
America's Cliff Baskerville
said his group, too, discuss-
es contraception, but said it
was not the primary focus
of the program.
"We believe that 70 per-
cent of our program has to
be about risk elimination,"
said Mr. Baskerville. "Then
we can focus on risk reduc-
tion."
Mr. Baskerville assured
committee members that
his program, while devel-


Staff photo by G.W. Pomichter
Planned Parenthood president and CEO Sue Idtensohm (left) spoke with committee mem-
ber Stephanie Eley and school board member Amy Kneesy following her presentation last
week. Planned Parenthood's role was rejected for the 2007-08 sex-ed curriculum.


oped by the faith-based
Apostolic Ministries of
America, adhereds strictly
to a secular approach to
abstinence education and
would not include any ref-
erence to religion.
Lynnette Wheeler, Apos-
tolic Ministries of America
program director, told com-
mittee members that the
program has actually not
been allowed at churches
because of its secular focus.
In addition to how groups
measured up to school
board policy, some mem-
bers of the committee also
directed their attention to
changes in the district's pol-
icy itself.
Physician and committee
member Dr. Stephen Blythe
said he wanted to see the
district's definition of "absti-
nence-based" broadened.
Currently, the Brevard
County Public Schools' defi-
nition of abstinence-based
states that more detailed
discussions of contracep-
tion must be initiated
through student questions.
"They're being disingenu-
ous calling this abstinence-
based," he said. "We're
completely dismissing stu-
dents who are making
choices to be sexually
active."


A 2005 Youth Risk Survey
conducted by the Centers
for Disease Control showed
that 46.8 percent of teens
were sexually active.
Dr. Blythe's suggestion to
expand the district's defini-
tion failed to meet with
committee approval,
though.
First Defense Abstinence
Education was also
approved as a supplemen-
tal presenter to the district's
program. First Defense
presents an abstinence-
only program that focuses
heavily on mental health
issues associated with sexu-
al activity, such as self-
esteem.
"The physical is just one
aspect of a person, and we
want to help teens be whole
people," said First Defense
director Marianne Ball.
Ms. Ball also stressed to
committee members that
abstinence is not necessari-
ly a "virginity" program,
telling members that many
students who have been
sexually active in the past
have chosen abstinence
through her program.
First Defense has been a
presenter in Brevard Coun-
ty Public Schools since
1997.
School Board member


Amy Kneessy, who also
attended the meeting, said
she was pleased to see the
committee maintain the
district's focus on absti-
nence.
"We will discuss STDs; we
will discuss contraception.
It's state law. But we should
always stress that the only
way to be 100 percent sure
of preventing both disease
and pregnancy is to
abstain," Ms. Kneessy said.
Despite the committee's
recommendations for out-
side supplemental presen-
tations, Mr. DiPatri recom-
mended that Brevard
County teachers be charged
with providing sex-ed les-
sons.
"We appreciate the will-
ingness of groups to supple-
ment our curriculum," Mr.
DiPatri said in a press
release. "Ultimately, it is the
responsibility of our teach-
ers to present this informa-
tion."
Recommendations made
by the superintendent as
well as the committee will
have to be approved by the
school board.

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


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U.S. Customs agrees to process
German flights to Melbourne Airport

MELBOURNE Airport leaders are cheering after
clearing a major obstacle to the planned flights
between Melbourne and Berlin this fall.
An agreement between German tour operator M-
Touristik and Melbourne International Airport was in
jeopardy last month when U.S. Customs and Border
Protection indicated it did not have the necessary
staff to process arriving and departing passengers.
The customs service re-examined its personnel
requirements and was able to assign additional
agents for duty at the airport, Melbourne Airport
executive director Richard Ennis said in a news
. release.
"I'm extremely grateful for the cooperation and
support we received from U.S. Customs officials who
went the extra mile to meet our needs," said Mr.
Ennis.
Non-stop flights between Melbourne and Berlin are
scheduled to begin Nov. 3. The airline, LTU Interna-
tional Airways, will use a 320-seat Airbus 330 for the
service.
Officials from Melbourne Airport, LTU Internation-
al Airways and M-Touristik gathered July 4 in Berlin to
announce the charter flights. More than 30 members
of the European media attended the conference,
which highlighted the Space Coast's assets.
For information, visit www.mlbair.com.

Brevard Public Schools announces
'Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day'

Parents are encouraged to bring their children to
work on Friday, July 27.
The initiative, called "Take Our Daughters and Sons
to Work Day," is part of a national program intended
to show children how subjects learned in school can
be applied to the "real world."
"We understand that this can be a valuable learning
experience for students, and feel it is most appropri-
ate to do it in the summer so that important class-
room time is preserved," Brevard Public Schools
Superintendent Richard A. DiPatri said in an e-mail.
Participants are encouraged to stay in school, pur-
sue post-secondary education and are exposed to a
greater variety of career options, said Brevard Public
Schools district communications director Wes Sumn-
er.
The national initiative is in its 15th year, and Bre-
vard is participating for the seventh year. Most
schools offer the special day in late April, but Brevard
opted to move the day to July, to keep students from
missing school, said Mr. Sumner.
"We encourage Brevard businesses to join us in
acknowledging the value of this activity, and allow
their employees to participate," Mr. DiPatri said in an
e-mail.
For information on the national program, visit
www.daughtersandsonstowork.org.
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Although DawnMist was
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pulling the toothpaste
because it is manufac-
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Health First earlier this
month when she noticed
the toothpaste in her toi-
letry kit was made in
China.
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ty," said Ms. Kopp. "I was
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tacted the FDA to received
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May Day
From page Al
"It's important to eat
right," said Mrs. Smith.
"To me that's what's made
me live the longest. You
have to push back the
sweets sometimes."
Mrs. Smith is one of
those rarities: a native
Floridian. Married twice,
her first husband was a
drummer in big bands
from Lakeland.
Her second husband
was a builder, respQnsible
for some of the earliest
homes built in Indialantic.
"I was blessed with two
wonderful husbands,"
said Mrs. Smith. "I've been
happy all of my life."
Growing up in Florida,
Mrs. Smith spent many
hours swimming and div-
ing in the lakes near her
home. She also enjoyed
listening to music and
dancing-one of the main
reasons she was drawn to
her first husband.
Her love. of music still
continues nearly a centu-
ry later.
"May participates in
several of our music
groups," said Life Care
Center activities director
Ken Hjortsberg. "We do
karaoke sing-alongs on
Tuesday; on Thursday, we


play music and talk about
the music; and on Friday,
we have musicians come
in and play for us."
When Mrs. Smith listens
to music, her mind races
back to many happy
memories from the Big
Band era and her years in
Lakeland and Indialantic.
"My biggest regret is
selling that house in Indi-
alantic," she joked.
Mrs. Smith has many
friends at Life Care Center
and she makes an effort to
meet and greet the cen-
ter's newest residents.
"When I get the time, I
go down the hall and
make new friends," said
Mrs. Smith.
When not listening to
music, Mrs. Smith can be
found drinking coffee and
discussing current events
with friends, or "playing
cards with the girls."
. After reaching the 100
mark on July 14, Mrs.
Smith plans to start count-
ing backwards.
"Next year, I'll be 99,"
she said.
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away toothpaste with that
labeling."
Ms. Kopp was pleased to
hear that Health First was
following the FDA's
advice.
"As a teacher, I've always
taught that you do what's
right," said Ms. Kopp. "I'm
glad to hear the hospital
did the right thing."
For information on the
Chinese toothpaste advi-
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POLICE REPORT


Melbourne Police
Department

Jacob Byrd, 19, of 2390
Sarno Road, Melbourne,
was charged July 6 with
burglary and grand theft.
Ralph Manuel Garcia,
48, address unknown, was
charged July 6 with burgla-
ry, grand theft, trafficking
in stolen property and pos-
session of burglary tools.
Martin William Joyce,
46, of 227 Sixth Ave, Mel-
bourne Beach, was
charged July 6 with driving
under the influence with
property damage and
felony driving under the
influence.
Rondall Burrows, 39, of
100 E. University Blvd.,
Unit D20, Melbourne, was
charged July 7 with being a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Ronald T. Fowler, 21, of
2715 Summerbrook St.,
Melbourne, was charged
July 7 with battery-domes-
tic violence.
Paula Denise Jackson,
41, of 1621 Bridgewater
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged July 7 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Angel H. Vonkleist, 36,
of 428 Sparrow Drive,
Satellite Beach, was
charged July 7 with two
counts of possession of a
controlled substance and
six counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Marcus Thomas Wilson,
21, of 2715 Summerbrook
St., Melbourne, was
charged July 7 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Edward A. Deravariere,
32, of 491 Homestead Ave.
N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged July 8 with aggra-
vated assault and child
abuse.
Robert Lee Sneed, 28, of
604 Ryoland St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 8
with possession of
cocaine.
Saleem A. Ali, 46, of
3343 Chica Circle, West
Melbourne, was charged
July 9 with battery-domes-


tic violence and false
imprisonment.
Phillip Michael Carey,
25, of 2897 Regency Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 8 with battery-domes-
tic violence.
Emiliano Santos, 63, of
570 Dixon Road, Palm Bay,
was charged July 10 with
aggravated stalking.
Thomas James Benson
Jr., 41, of 4612 Treeridge
Lane, Palm Bay, was
charged July 11 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Clayton Edward Lick,
20, of 3135 Edgewood
Drive, Palm Bay, was
charged July 11 with flee-
ing or attempting to elude
a police officer and driving
under the influence.
Antonio Marquice Pin-
der, 25, of 1435 Nord
Court, Melbourne, was
charged July 11 with flee-
ing or attempting to elude
a police officer, possession
of cocaine, possession of
cannabis and driving while
license suspended.
Aurthethrust Djamel
Thorpe, 26, of 2847 Colbert
Circle, Melbourne, was
charged July 11 with viola-
tion of probation and
being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Jamie M. Pelletier, 21, of
2296 Shelby Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July
12 with possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession
of cannabis and carrying a
concealed firearm.
Jayson Curtis Stewart,
33, of 164 S.E. Third St.,
Satellite Beach, was
charged July 12 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.

West Melbourne
Police Department

James DeWayne Carver,
52, of 911 E. Camphor Way,
Melbourne, was charged
July 9 with grand theft.
Steven Christopher
Skowronski, 20, of 1245
Palm Bay. Road, Palm Bay,
was charged July 9 with
being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-


pended license.
Jeremy I. Washington,
20, of 2178 Washington St.,
Palm Bay, was charged July
10 with violation of proba-
tion, felony failure to
appear, armed robbery,
aggravated battery, aggra-
vated assault, petty theft
and using, displaying or
carrying a concealed
firearm or weapon.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Ralph Hegel Alsaint, 22,
of 611 Andrew St. S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged July
6 with an out of county
warrant.
Richard Jason Angell,
29, of 468 Alvarado Ave.,
Palm Bay, was charged July
6 with failure to appear-
traffic and violation of pro-
bation.
Rickie Wayne Buttree,
20, of 1067 Garfield St.,
Melbourne, was charged
July 6 with violation of pro-
bation, on-site violation of
probation and resisting
arrest without violence.
Francis Edward D'An-
na, 19, of 317 Carmel
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged July 6 with bat-
tery-domestic violence
and aggravated battery-
domestic violence.
Patti R. Schenk, 47, of
255 Riggs Ave., Melbourne.
Beach, was charged July 6
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Justin Manfred Claas,
26, of 1709 Stewart Place,
Melbourne, was charged
July 7 with being a habitual
traffic offender driving on
a suspended license,
resisting arrest without
violence and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Ronald A. Miller, 46, of
311 Albright St. S.W, Palm
Bay, was charged July 7
with being a fugitive from
justice.
MichaelVega, 39, of 923
Locust Ave. N.W, Palm
Bay, was charged July 7
with possession of
cocaine, possession of
drug paraphernalia and


carrying a concealed
weapon.
Patricia Clement
Williams, 36, of 420 N.W.
Hegira Ave., Palm Bay, was
charged July 7 with being a
fugitive from justice.
Christopher M. Lesher,
36, of 2042 Mobiland
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged July 8 with felony
failure to appear and viola-
tion of probation.
William Benny Ross, 45,
of 2055 Sea Ave., Indialan-
tic, was charged July 8 with
battery-domestic violence.
Michelle Schommer,
24, of 1673 Sweetwood
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged July 8 with viola-
tion of probation.
Christopher James
Seed, 25, of 1868 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged July 8 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Shemeika Shantel
Smith, 29, of 3405 Monroe
St., Melbourne, was
charged July 8 with misde-
meanor failure to appear
and violation of probation.
Luther Stokes, 21, of
194 Rachel St., No. 1, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 8
with two counts of viola-
tion of probation.
Richard John Stropp,
44, of 250 Price St., Satellite
Beach, was charged July 8
with trafficking stolen
property.
Melissa Anne Butts, 22,
of 1831 Convair St. S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged July
8 with violation of proba-
tion.
Jermaine Lawrence Hill,
26, of 2101 Warwick Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 9 with being a habitual
traffic offender driving on
a suspended license.
Gregory Paul Johnson,
32, of 1918 Croton Road,
Melbourne, was charged
July 9 with felony driving
under the influence.
Patricia Rypka, 45, of
1140 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 9 with violation of
parole.
Jeremy Neil Slaughter,
31, of 648 Wisteria Drive,
Melbourne, was charged


July 9 with felony failure to
appear.
Jermaine Williams, 31,
of 1106 Wildrose Drive,
Palm Bay, was charged July.
9 with being a habitual
traffic offender driving on
a suspended license.
Tiffany Lavern Broxton,
25, of 508 Roberts St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July
10 with two counts of fail-
ure to appear-traffic, fail-
ure to appear misde-
meanor and grand theft.
Linda Joan Clarke, 48,
of 750 Gerhard Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged July 10
with two counts of posses-
sion of cocaine and being a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Jay Ellis, 50, of 993 Son-
esta Ave. N.E., Unit A108,
Palm Bay, was charged July
10 with manufacturing a
controlled substance,
unlawful possession of a
listed chemical and pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
Kevin Paul Hoffman, 41,
of 1929 Crane Creek Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
July 10 with battery-
domestic violence.
FredW. Cato, 53, of 2641
Englewood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July
11 with violation of proba-
tion.
Douglas Kent Eichler,
30, address unknown, was
charged July 11 with viola-
tion of probation.
Jamal Nigel Hull, 25, of
916 Poplar Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged July
11 with two counts of vio-
lation of probation.
Cody Ryan Marshall,
20, of 2106 Oakridge Lane,
Malabar, was charged July
11 with violation of proba-


tion.
Michael Romano, 49, of
1609 Mitchell St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July
11 with having no motor
vehicle registration,
attaching tag not assigned
to vehicle, driving under
the influence, six counts of
possession of a controlled
substance and resisting
arrest without violence.

Shelia Marie Sellon, 27,
of 2022 N. Ontario Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
July 11 with nine counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia and two counts
of possession of a con-
trolled substance.
Edward A. Sotelo, 37, of
1801 Fox Bay Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July
11 with grand theft auto
and grand theft.
Stanley Wayne Turner,
41, of 899 Tappen Court,
Palm Bay, was charged July
11 with failing to register as
a sexual offender.
Willie Fred Gaines, 31,
of 1563 Paisley Ave. N.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged July
12 with two counts of
felony failure to appear
and misdemeanor failure
to appear.
Roberta Ann West, 48,
of 1735 Monterey Drive,
No. 105, Palm Bay, was
charged July 12 with viola-
tion of probation.
Rashaad J. White, 26, of
2901 S. Albermarle St., Unit
J5, Melbourne, was
charged July 12 with being
a habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license and resisting arrest
without violence.
Younes Zidal, 22,
address unknown, was
charged July 12 with two
counts of violation of pro-
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Cell phone abusers also
abuse driving privileges

Most of us have experienced and complained about
the dangers of those driving while gabbing away on their
cell phones.
Have you noticed how the same is true while shoppers
pilot their carts through department and food store
aisles?
It's downright risky business just to go for milk and
bread these days much less into a gym and locker
room.
With my apologies to the female gender, my humble
experience as a former crossing guard, pedestrian, cur-
rent driver (both a car and scooter) and bicyclist indicate
women abuse cell phones way more than men.
And, I have yet to inadvertently hear any conversation
that was of an urgent nature.
By the way, I'm also using the assumption that most of
these abusers figure motor vehicles and shopping carts
are on automatic.

Road tolls may take toll on drivers

Most folks missed one of the year's biggest news sto-
ries of the 2007 legislative session.
There was so much hype and hysteria being spoon fed
(to) the public regarding so-called tax reform, it seems
the media found very little space for a huge story with
wide and long lasting consequences.
On June 21, the Associated Press reported that Gov.
(Charlie) Crist announced he had signed a bill allowing
private companies to build and/or operate toll roads in
Florida.
The bill also allows for automatic toll increases. The
only exception is the Florida Turnpike, which will
remain in the state's hands.
No mention was made regarding who bears the
responsibility for highway maintenance.
Also missing was whether Florida granted a private
company eminent domain ability as was granted in
Texas or whether a no-compete agreement will be given.
Florida now joins about 20 other states that are licking
their chops to unload what taxpayers have spent bazil-
lions of dollars building. Not to mention the thousands
of folks who have lost their property and homes over the
years to state eminent domain takings.
But not to worry, privatizing and tolling our highways
really isn't about money; it's for our own good, we're told.
After all, it will save on taxes.
The Florida Department of Transportation is one of
the largest employers in the state. Some doubting
Thomases don't believe for one minute there will be any
reduction in that department's budget or reduction of
staff.
Now you may wonder who could afford taking over
state's highways and building new ones.
Indiana leased (its) Indiana Toll Road to a foreign con-
sortium, Cintra-MIG. Cintra is a Spanish construction
firm and MIG is the Australian Macquarie Infrastructure
Group.
Indiana will be paid $3.8 billion for leasing 157 miles
over a 75-year period (Bloomberg.com Jan. 25, 2006,


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Chicagoist.com). Oh yes, the new toll takers can raise the
toll and some early estimates are the consortium will
ultimately profit around $12 billion (Chicagoist.com).
Chicago's earlier lease of the Chicago Skyway (7.8 miles)
for $1.8 billion seems paltry, by comparison (Heartland
Institute, march 2005).
There are other companies, mostly foreign, lining up
for the profiteering of public properties.
One thing you can be certain of is there is a fortune to
be made.
Privatizing our transportation systems and making
them toll roads is just another tax.
For whom does the toll toll?
You got it, you and me.

Great job reporting on
Melbourne City Council

I am writing to tell you how much I love your paper. I
never miss the Rants & Raves and Grammy Guru.
This week's article about the water tax in Melbourne
was great.
Usually, you only hear that a council voted 4-3 about
something, but you never hear who voted how and why
they voted the way they did.
I think I'm going to start keeping track of how our
council votes on issues like this and use it when it's time
to re-elect them.
I don't have time to go to city meetings, but you give us
all the details you can't find in other papers.
Thank you to (Mark) LaRusso, Joanne Corby and
(Cheryl) Palmer for trying to honor the message we sent
to the state government.
When we say less taxes, we mean less taxes.
I'm sorry the police won't get to take their cars home
with them, but how many of us get a company car any-
way?

PFLAG not only option available

When I learned that one of my children was involved in
homosexuality, I too searched for answers so I could deal
with it correctly.
I didn't want to disown my child or be an angry irra-
tional parent, saying things I would forever regret.
I thought PFLAG was a safe start on my educational
journey because they met at a church.


Yet, PFLAG supports the false (albeit politically correct)
idea that people are "born gay," and parents just need to
accept and embrace it.
Something told me this wasn't the whole truth, so I
continued my research.
What I did find was truth.
For example, in 1973 the (American Psychological
Association) took homosexuality out of its (Diagnostic
and Statistical Manuel) manual due to strong-arm tactics
of gay activism not because good scientific research
found any "gay gene."
This is clearly documented and available information.
For an excellent resource to learn more about what good
versus bad science is showing, go to www.narth.com
(Web site for the National Association for Research and
Therapy of Homosexuality).
For understanding how environment (i.e. family and
life experiences) can affect a person's gender identity, so
those areas of life can be addressed for healing of gender
identity problems, go to www.exodus.to, or attend any
number of Exodus (or similar) support groups who han-
dle this issue from a loving, honest, healing perspective.
You don't have to be gay if you don't want to.
It's time that message gets spoken loud and clear.
Shame on us if we push lies on innocent lives just to
support a politicized agenda that is not political at all but
relational. .
Thankfully, there are truthful answers available where
love and acceptance are not compromised one iota.

PFLAG doesn't tell the truth
about homosexuality

Your article about PFLAG did not give the public what
they need to know.
I too had a family member involved in homosexuality,
which caused me to search for answers.
So I attended a PFLAG meeting seeking information
about homosexuality.
I found that PFLAG is not interested in giving options to
help homosexuals.
PFLAG is a homosexual advocacy group intolerant of
views of homosexuality not thbir own. Believing the lie
that homosexuals are "born that way," the only solace
they offer to parents is "your kids are gay and that's OK."

) See RANTS & RAVES, A7


Letters


City Council must determine
what is essential, non-essential

To the Editor:
Recently, I was asked what my thoughts were in regards to
the budget shortfall.
Here are my thoughts as they relate to Melbourne.
Our budget has increased approximately $30 million
over the past two years. Although I believe Melbourne
offers the best services this side of the Mississippi, I don't
believe our community has experienced $15 million
worth of annual improvements.
Addressing this budget fiasco requires a more practical
approach, one
that focuses on more than just cuts. Why not focus on,
where the additional revenue has gone? Or, how do we
generate more revenue without a tax?
Bear in mind that less than a third of the general fund's
revenues come
from property taxes. So where does the other two thirds
come from? It comes from other revenue sources.
Some other revenue sources could include (but are not
limited to):


Charges for services, special assessments, utility taxes,
impact fees, enterprise funds, or interest on investment.
Charges for services is a payment based on direct, measura-
ble consumption of publicly provided goods and services,
and it is the single largest category of municipal revenues,
according to Florida State University.
Enterprise funds are another solid form of revenue.
Enterprise funds are financed and operated in a manner
similar to private business. Where the intent of the governing
body is that the costs (expenses, including depreciation) of
providing goods or services to the general public on a con-
tinuing basis be financed or recovered primarily through
user charges.
Currently the city has four enterprise funds: Water & sewer
system, golf courses, storm water utility and our internation-
al airport.
Taking these two categories, charges for services and
enterprise funds, into consideration, would it not make
more sense to look at them first before immediately grab-
bing for another tax?
It is my understanding that the legislature's tax reform did-
n't intend for local governments to offset the increases in
their past two years budget with additional taxes.
Deciding what the priority of essential and non-essential


services is or should be determined in a strategic plan.
Of course, I could be wrong. I have been wrong before.

Joanne Corby
Melbourne City Council
Editor's note: According to the Melbourne City Manager's
budget proposal letter, the 2005-06 budget was,
$126,636,209, the revised 2006-07 budget was $165,503,550
and the 2007-08 proposed budget is $155,580,124.

Expert solves license on
handicap placard issue
To the Editor:
Concerning the person who wrote in about the
handicap placard: On the placard is a yellow decal
with the expiration date in big numbers. Below that it
says, "Parking Placard." Below that is the license num-
ber of the person it is issued to.

Jim Olson
Melbourne Police Department parking enforcement
specialist


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I was not happy with this one-sided presentation.
I found what PFLAG hides; that homosexual persons
are not "born that way," that the actual causes of male
and female gender identify confusion are psychological
and well-documented, that homosexual sex is a form of
sexual addiction that can be overcome, that thousands of
homosexuals are leaving the "gay life style," that many
ex-homosexuals even get married and have children, and
that the gay lifestyle is really not "gay."
Homosexuals who escape the ravages of the diseases
associated with their multi-partner lifestyle eventually
become old and sexually undesirable. The survivors find
a lonely, unfulfilled, existence with no hope.
If you want the truth, stay away from PFLAG. Instead
try www.PFOX.org (Parents and Friends of X-Gay and
Gays), www.ExodusInternational.org www.narth.com
and www.LoveWonOut.com.
I highly recommend that families struggling with
homosexual issues attend one of Focus-on-the-Family's
"Love Won Out" conferences to learn the truth from ex-
gays.
Editor's note: There are, generally, two schools of
thought regarding homosexuality biological and psy-
chological. There are research studies being conducted on
both schools. So far, neither side has proven definitively
why some people are more prone to homosexuality.
However, in 1973, the American Psychological Associa-
tion removed homosexuality from its Diagnostic and Sta-
tistical Manual. This was done in response to the findings
cf a study by Karen Hooker to test for biological sources of
homosexuality in 1954. This was done on a grant from the
National Institute of Mental Health.
In 1975, the APA said homosexuality was not a mental
disorder and by 1994, the group's official stance was that
'homosexuality is neither a mental illness nor a moral
depravity. It is the way a portion of the population express-
3s human love and sexuality." (AllPsych Journal, Ryan D.
Tohnson, April 30, 2003)

Rich, famous get different justice
I just want to say the criminal system seems like such a
big farce.
If you have the name and you have the money, you can
get away with anything.

Are the Japanese planning an invasion?

A few weeks ago on the evening news I heard two dif-
ferent newscasts stating ... Japan's government has
recently issued a new law that says for all of its citizens
who are married couples and have at least two children
now if they will have a third child and a fourth child
within five years, they will get $4,000 each for each of the
two additional children. Then within that same five-year
period, if they agree to have an additional two children,
they will get $40,000 each for those two additional chil-
dren. That's $88,000 within a five-year period.
Japan is such a small, crowded nation. Their homes are
crowded, one on top of another.
What is the government thinking that they would give
that much money to have that much population in 15 to
20 years to reach adulthood.
Maybe they are planning another Pearl Harbor sneak
attack someplace?
Or, maybe they're planning (to) infiltrate another body
of land, such as the United States or Australia.
Editor's note: ABC News reported on the Japanese gov-


ernment putting pressure on businesses to boost the
birthrate in the country. Instead of a law, Japanese busi-
nesses, such as the telecom company Softbank, electronics
giant Matsushita and Bandai, the maker of Power
Rangers, would give bonuses to its employees who had
more children. The amount of money varies from company
to company.
According to www.allbusiness.com., 'Japan has one of
the lowest birthrates in the world with only 1.38 children
per Japanese woman. Demographers estimate that the cur-
rent population of 126 million will drop to 105 million by
2050."
However, baby bonuses are becoming more common,
especially in Europe.
Spain, Scandinavia and France are among the countries
offering monetary incentives to raise the birthrates
(www.gulfnews.com).

Handicapped parking isn't for
convenience of non-handicapped

In reference to the issue on handicap parking, several
articles have appeared in Hometown News, one of which
was mine, and the start of the issue.
I still am at odds with the whole handicap parking
issue.
The person, who is disabled and warrants a handicap
parking place, is not the issue.
If that person (who is disabled) cannot drive, then a
family member or whomever, can get the placard or
tag in his or her name and transport that disabled
person.
Fine.
It's the person the tag was issued to who is not dis-
abled, but uses the space for convenience even when
the disabled person is not present, that ticks me off.
That is what I see every day at my place of employ-
ment.
Big strong healthy men/women (who are not handi-
capped) having a reserved spot.
The law should be written and enforced to stop the
abuse of handicapped parking being used for conven-
ience (of a) non-disabled person.
I would be the first to call the police and challenge
(people) this if it were made illegal.
Disabled (person)not in car? (Then) handicapped
parking is off limits.

Make a call to get rid of dogs on beach

This is about "No dogs on beaches."
My rant is about people who insist on bringing their
dogs to the beach.
One of the reasons I chose this county is because of the
"no dog on the beach" law.
When (I) mentioned that it is against the law, people
(would) say they know.
I used to get very upset until I asked Satellite Beach
Police Department Cpl. Lynch what I should do.
She said to walk by and then phone (to report the
infraction). That way the people haven't left (by the time
they get there). The number is (321) 773-4400 or Animal
Control at (321) 633-2024.
There is a fine.
This is a non-confrontational way and hopefully an
easy money-maker for the city to take care of the dog
problem on the beach.


An 'Ode to Palm Bay City Council' offered

The Palm Bay city manager has mentioned publicly
that he is going to try to eliminate the school crossing
guard program.
So, I have an "Ode to the Palm Bay City Council" from a
school crossing guard.
"Although our tax revenues are few,
"Why slash the crossing guard crew,
"Whose pays are low with no benefits at all.
"Our city budget may be bare,
"But certainly greater savings
"Could be found elsewhere."

Shed company went beyond expectations

This is a rave about Superior Sheds in Palm Bay.
Friendly service, no pressure and they showed up
when they said theywould.
What made them stand out more though was that Mike
the representative had told us to check on restrictions as
they varied from city to city.
My wife went to city hall and showed them on our sur-
vey exactly where we wanted the shed.
They OK'd it, but didn't ask if it was on cement blocks,
which apparently made a difference.
The inspection came and we found out we had to move
the shed two more feet from the property line, of course,
at our expense now.
Superior Sheds came back out even though they were
not obligated and moved it, even though they told us at
the sale that they didn't keep a list of restrictions as they
covered a lot of cities and each city had its own restric-
tions.
By the way, shed owners take note, when you go to city
hall to get a permit for a shed, ask for ALL restrictions so
you can avoid what we went through.

Racetrack decision causes outrage, sadness

It is with outrage and sadness that I write this letter.
It is also with extreme appreciation to Greyhound Pets
of America for stepping up to do the right thing.
The volunteers of Greyhound Pets of America are to be
commended for their commitment and quick action (to
seek homes for dogs from the Melbourne Greyhound Park).
I wonder, though, just how they will accomplish their task
of placing so many dogs in "forever homes," especially given
just how many dogs are already awaiting adoption in not
only Brevard (County's) animal shelters, but across this
country.
I do hope people will open not only their homes, but also
their wallets.
However, it is unrealistic to believe that these dogs will all
eventually placed in homes, regardless of the tremendous
efforts of caring people.
The racing industry and the philosophy of those who par-
ticipate by gambling leave it to those like the Greyhound Pets
volunteers to make the problem of the dogs who no longer
race go away.
They don't care that their fun is at the expense of another
living creature.
And we humans think of ourselves as civilized.
I am not affiliated with Greyhound Pets of America, but I
care deeply about these dogs.
I hope that others in Brevard do, too.
And if you can, make donations.
Many people doing a little will add up to a great deal.


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FORT PIERCE River-
side Bank recently
appointed William E. Legg
to vice president and trust
officer.
He will be responsible for
sales and marketing of
trust services in Brevard
County among others.
Most recently, he was
senior vice president of
wealth management for
Mercantile Bank. His more
than 25 years experience
includes more than 10 as
vice president and wealth
team leader at South Trust
Bank.
He can be reached at
(386) 775-3115, Ext. 60509.

E.G.Banks completes
renovations, reopens
MELBOURNE E.G.
Banks is celebrating its
reopening in July.
The eatery, which servic-
es classic Florida food,
recently closed for two
weeks for repairs and ren-
ovations.
Owners Geoff and Jared
Rocque say the 80-plus
year-old building needed
some attention.
Besides upgrading the
plumbing, new floors were
installed and a new coat of
paint applied.
The restaurant is in the
Eau Gallie State Bank
building, 1437 Highland
Ave. Hours are 11:30 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 to 10
p.m. Monday to Saturday.
For reservations, call
(321) 253-8852.

HoneyBaked Ham
celebrates 50 years
WEST MELBOURNE -
The HoneyBaked Ham Co.
is celebrating its 50th
anniversary.
The company is offering
special promotions to its
customers this summer
through "50 Days of Sum-
mer Deals."
The celebration will kick
off with open houses co-
hosted by Southern Living
at Home at all stores on
July 20-21.
In addition to all pur-
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uct samples and give away
prizes. Southern Living
products will also be on
display and for sale.
Afterward, each week
will have a special theme
with offers to match.
Offers will be redeemable
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New business
workshop series
begins July 25
MELBOURNE Flori-
da's Technical Research
and Development Author-
ity is offering a workshop
series to help entrepre-
neurs navigate through
the complexities of new
business s formation.
Titled, "Roadmap to Suc-
cess," the six-week series is
slated to begin July 25. It
will be hosted at the new
TRDA Business Innovation
Center, 1050W. NASA Blvd.
Cost is $300 and covers
six evening workshops,
instruction, course mate-
rials and refreshments.
The workshop is limited
to 25 participants.
To register, visit
www.trda.org.

Regions, AMSouth
complete conversion

Regions Bank and
AMSouth Banks have
completed their merger
conversion and have
unveiled their new signs.
The conversion was to be
completed by July 15.
The new sign reflects a
logo with a pyramid as its
centerpiece. The pyramid
points upward and is
divided into five sections,
which represent the each
of the bank's five basic val-
ues: Put people first, do
what is right, reach higher,
focus on the customer and
enjoy life.
With the merger, Regions
becomes the state's fourth-
largest bank and the ninth
largest bank holding com-
pany in the nation.

Human resource
session planned
MELBOURNE A devel-
opment session, "HR
Leadership Change Man-
agement Metrics," is
planned Aug. 9 at Eau Gal-
lie Yacht Club, 100 Datura
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach.
Bob Scuttles, vice presi-
dent of human resources
for Health First, will speak.
The session is sponsored
by the South Brevard Soci-
ety for Human Resource
Management.
Cost is $20 for members
and $25 for non-members.
To register, visit
www.sbshrm.org and click
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE The
Monte Carlo treats patrons
like royalty while they play
games in an arcade with a
tasteful, European flair.
Owner Nicolo Puglisi
paid special attention to
the little details to create a
stylish and entertaining
gaming establishment.
"We're like a club," said
Mr. Puglisi. "People come
to talk, make friends and
play games and relax."
Dozens of colorful, mod-
ern arcade games fill the
Monte Carlo, located at
5000 N. Wickham Road, in
the Home Depot Plaza.
Soothing lighting and
painstaking attention to
temperature and sound
allow visitors to sit in com-
fort as they play the games
of skill.
The games resemble slot
machines, with some
notable differences. First,
the players do not receive
coins or cash for their
wagers. Second, the play-
ers can control when to
stop the spinning wheels
and can double up their
wagers when conditions
are favorable.
The machines do not
accept coins, using per-
sonalized club debit cards.
Patrons receive free mem-
bership and a debit card
when they register. Cred-
its can be loaded onto the
card and stored for future
play or redeemed for gift
cards.
The Monte Carlo awards
gift certificates in $25
increments. Some mem-
bers opt for a Publix gift
card, which can be trans-
ferred to one of more than
25 participating partners
in the supermarket's gift
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Puglisi from an arcade he
previously owned in the
Merritt Island area.
"My family has been in
this business for more
than 21 years," said Mr.
Puglisi. "We started doing
this in Florida about three
years ago."
Mr. Puglisi and his fami-
ly moved here from a
coastal Italian town, Praia
a Mare, hoping to bring his
knowledge of the gaming
industry to Florida.
"This industry gives jobs
to a lot of people," said Mr.
Puglisi. "My goal is to
become a big distributor,
offering new games with
the newest platforms."
With three game designs
already under his belt, Mr.
Puglisi is well on his way.
He has just introduced
American Treasure and
Living Large, games with
sophisticated graphics
and interesting wagering
options.
Most players do not
wager large sums of
money, said Mr. Puglisi.
"The minimum play in a
machine is around 10
cents," he said. "For $10,
you can play for hours."
And, perhaps, leave with
a nice gift.
Staff members
announce jackpot winners
over the Monte Carlo's
intercom.


"We've got a $25 jackpot
winner!" said a staff mem-
ber, as she escorted the
winner to a giant wheel to
spin for additional credits.
With daily specials, the
Monte Carlo offers some-
thing for everyone.
"Sunday is seniors day,
and Monday is ladies day,"
said Mr. Puglisi. "Tuesday
is men's day."
On "Western Wednes-
day," the Monte Carlo
offers free beer and a
country buffet at 5 p.m.
Players wearing cowboy
hats get a free $5 match
play.
Thursday, Fridays and
Saturday are some of the
busiest times, especially in
the evening hours, Mr.
Puglisi said.
Some of the Monte
Carlo's patrons visit sever-
al times a week, like Mel-
bourne resident Joe Corn-
well.
"I've been coming since
the day it opened," said
Mr. Cornwell. "The people
are friendly, the food is'
good and you just heard
them announce another
jackpot, didn't you?"
Mr. Cornwell likes to
play the Dino Dino
machine, right by the
arcade's entrance. He also
enjoys the free pizza and
stromboli Mr. Puglisi
orders from Bizzaro's


Arcade owner Nicolo Puglisi offers excellent customer
for patrons at the Monte Carlo.


Pizza.
"You can stop in here for
an hour and have some
fun," said Mr. Cornwell.
"You don't have to spend a
whole day and travel long
distances."
Mr. Puglisi makes an
effort to know all of his


customers by name, greet-
ing them as he walks
throughout the establish-
ment.
"It's in my DNA to be a
fast learner," said Mr.
Puglisi. "I want to make
everyone feel important."
For details on daily spe-


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
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cials, call (321) 253-4446.
The Monte Carlo is open
daily from 10 a.m. until
"very, very late."

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Rep. Allen, recently rec-
ognized as the Florida
Police Benevolent Associa-
tion's "legislator of the
year," initially praised
Titusville police for "doing
their job," but said his
arrest was a "gross mis-
take."
David Murrell, executive
director of the Florida
Police Benevolent Associa-
tion, was shocked by Rep.
Allen's arrest.
"It's a real shame," said
Mr. Murrell. "He had a lot
on the ball. He's done a lot
for the law enforcement
community."
Mr. Murrell added that
the organization "certainly
doesn't condone his
actions," if the allegations
are proven to be true.
Other local organiza-
tions with ties to Rep. Allen
expressed shock over his
arrest, including Greg Zby-
lut, director of Central
Florida Girls and Boys
Town. Rep. Allen is on the
association's board of
directors.
"As we would with any
staff member or volunteer,
we are relying on the infor-
mation provided (by law
enforcement) before con-
cluding anything," said Mr.
Zbylut.
The Girls and Boys Town
has strong safety measures
in place already, and Mr.
Zbylut said "the safety of
our children has not been
compromised in anyway."
The board will discuss
Mr. Allen's status during a
regularly scheduled meet-
ing this week, Mr. Zbylut
said.
Rep. Allen was recently
named the co-chairman of
the Florida arm of U.S. Sen.
John McCain's, R-Ariz.,
presidential campaign.
By press time, no official
comment from Sen.


McCain's campiagn office
had been released regard-
ing Mr. Allen's status.
Rep. Allen was elected to
the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives in 2000, and has
won re-election three
times. In the last election,
Rep. Allen received more
than 95 percent of the vote.
His current term ends
November 2008.
A self-styled conservative
Republican, Rep. Allen
earned endorsements from
several conservative
groups. BrevardVoters-
Guide.org, a site produced
by "evangelical, pro-life
Christians" Larry and
Marylou Davis, described
Rep. Allen's voting record
as "strong, pro-life (and)
conservative."
During his fourth term,
Rep. Allen sponsored
House Bill 1475, aimed at
expanding state laws
against lewd and lascivious
sexual conduct; laws which
the legislator is now
accused of trying to break.
According to House
records, HB 1475 died in
committee.
Had the bill been
approved, it would have
made public exposure and
"unnatural and lascivious
acts" committed within
1,000 feet of a public park,
school or other public
venue a second-degree
felony.
Limited to four terms in
the House by state term
limits, Rep. Allen has
already filed candidacy
forms for the 2010 state
Senate race to fill the seat
now occupied by state Sen.
Bill Posey.
Sen. Posey would not
comment on the charges
against Rep. Allen.
Rep. Allen is married and
has a teenage daughter
who recently graduated
from Edgewood


Junior/Senior High School.
A former aide to Rep.
Allen, Matt DuPree, called
the charges against his for-
mer boss surprising.
"It's a shock. I never
would have expected any-
thing like this," he said. "I
feel the most for Beth and
Tia, who I know he loves
very much. This is a terri-
ble situation for that entire
family."
Lobbyist and former
Allen supporter Guy Spear-
man echoed that senti-
ment.
"I just feel sorry for his
family," Mr. Spearman said.
Other Brevard leaders
expressed the same senti-
ment, including State Rep.
Mitch Needelman, R-Mel-
bourne and Brevard Coun-
ty Republican Party chair-
man Ray Marino.
"My heart goes out to his
family," said Rep. Needel-
man. "I know his wife and
his daughter and I know
they're going to have a lot
to go through right up to
his court date and past
then."
At the same time, Rep.
Needelman questioned Mr.


Allen's plans to stay in
office and possibly run for
another post after leaving
office in 2008.
"It needs to be said that
the phrase 'innocent until
proven guilty' is sacred to
us, so we can't forget that a
jury of his peers or a judge
will decide," said Rep.
Needelman.
"Politically it's a different
story, and Rep. Allen, his
inner circle and his family
are going to have to give
some serious thought to
whether or not he should
continue in any political
career," Rep. Needelman
added.
"These are some of our
core values being chal-
lenged in this court case.
The repercussions are very
serious. I believe he needs
to give (his political future)
some serious thought."


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on unclaimed
surplus funds
MELBOURNE A local
company has established a
Web site that details unre-
ported funds by those who
once owned property in
Florida.
Realiant.Net, 903 E. New
Haven Ave., Suite 201, is a
warehousing database that
contains the name of all
people with surplus funds
in all 67 counties. Usually,
these people have no idea
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Mercedes Homes
lends RV to charities
MELBOURNE Mer-
cedes Homes' has started
lending its recreational
vehicle to charities.
The RV was part of this
year's Corporate Challenge
hosted by the Space Coast
Early Intervention Center.
The unit was used as an


air-conditioned rest area
for event participants, as
well as the location for cor-
porate teams to pick up
event materials.
For information, visit
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Engineering
workshop offered
at BCC
MELBOURNE A work-
shop on "Geometric
Dimensioning and Toler-
ance" is scheduled 8 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 14-15 at
Brevard Community Col-
lege, Parrish Student Cen-
ter, 3865 N. Wickham
Road.
The workshop is ideal for
design engineers, drafters,
manufacturing engineers,
inspectors, machinists,
tool and die makers, and
tool designers. Companies
that register four or more
individuals will receive a
discount.
Cost is $795.
For information, call the
BCC Institute for Business
Training and Community
Education at (321) 433-
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Health First names
pharmacy director
Michael Edwards has
been named director of
pharmacy for Health First.
He will oversee the hos-
pital pharmacy depart-
ments system-wide for
Holmes Regional Medical
Center, Cape Canaveral
Hospital, Palm Bay Com-
munity Hospital and the
future Viera Hospital.
Mr. Edwards has been
serving as interim phar-
macy director following
the retirement of Vince
Trunzo earlier this year.
Prior to being interim
director, Mr. Edwards
served as pharmacy man-
ager at Holmes Medical
Center for four years.

Medical associates
group keeps busy
The Space Coast Medical
Associates Foundation,
which was formed last year,
has been busy ever since.


In May, the group spon-
sored its annual Patient and
Caregiver Appreciation Pic-
nic in Fox Lake Park,
Titusville. In 2006, the event
attracted more than 450
people. This year's event
had more than 870 people.


There was live music, food,
massage therapy, humor
therapy and educational
materials.
The group's first gala
fundraising event is sched-
uled Oct. 13.
The first "A Healing Expe-


rience" workshop is
planned Nov. 17. This will
include art therapy, nutri-
tional counseling, medita-
tion, massage therapy and
more.
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rules and regulations that


have gone into effect.
Recently, I traveled
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rule comes into play.
You arrive at the check-
point to the sound of a
transportation security
officer reminding travelers
to remove liquids, gels and
aerosols from carry on
bags.
To the seasoned traveler,
this is old news. To the
seasonal traveler, it might
be a surprise.
Regardless of your
personal travel experience,
the international traveling
community agrees, the
Transportation Security
Administration's 311 for
liquids makes security
sense.
Countries around the
world support TSA's
approach to reducing the
amount of liquids, gels,
and aerosols passengers
can bring in their carry
ons. The rule limits the
volume of liquids, gels and
aerosols to bottles 3
ounces or smaller (or 100
ml), in a 1-quart zip top
plastic bag, and 1 bag per
traveler.
TSA implemented the
311 policy in response to
the thwarted liquid
explosive bomb plot in the
United Kingdom in August
2006.
Today, the widespread
acceptance of that policy
demonstrates the interna-
tional understanding of
the threat to aviation from
liquid explosives.


The TSA agents follow
this rule to a "T" and are
unbendable. All excess is
thrown in the trash.
Countries that are in
accord with TSA's rules for
carrying liquids through
the checkpoint: Australia,
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria,
Brazil, Canada, China,
Cook Islands, Cyprus,
Czech Republic, Denmark,
Egypt, Estonia, Fiji,
Finland, France, French
Polynesia, Germany,
Greece, Hong Kong,
Hungary, Iceland, India,
Indonesia, Ireland, Italy,'
Japan, Latvia, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, Malta,
Marshall Islands, Malaysia,
Maldives, Mauritius,
Mexico, Micronesia,
Morocco, Netherlands,
New Zealand, Norway,
Philippines, Poland,
Portugal, Republic of
Korea, Romania, Serbia,
Singapore, Slovakia,
Slovenia, South Korea,
Spain, Sweden, Switzer-
land, Tunisia, Ukraine and
the United Kingdom.
So how can you make
your trip better?
Here is the summary on
how to use the 311-rule.
311 for carry ons equals
a 3-ounce bottle or less; a
1-quart clear, plastic zip-
top bag; 1 bag per passen-
ger placed in screening
bin.
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person limits the total


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Come early and be
patient. Heavy travel
volumes and the
enhanced security process
Smay mean longer lines at
security checkpoints,
especially at larger airports
.... and during peak traveling
hours.
TSA works with airlines
on a continuous basis, as
well as with airports, to
NTCHARD anticipate peak traffic and
ist be ready for the traveling
h public.
A 3- In conclusion, more
ze is a than 70 percent of the
world's air travelers now
tles into experience enhanced
sepa- security measures at the
evening. checkpoint.
ch time The next time you hear a
ry on, it transportation security
e. officer reminding passen-
ensure gers to finish their iced
check- coffees before going
through airport security,
rips. remember that as a global
pour citizen, you are not alone
;cked and the travel experience
will be that much sweeter.
quids. Until the actual trip,
nations, happy travel dreams.


baby formula, juice and
milk (when traveling with
an infant or toddler) are
allowed in reasonable
quantities exceeding 3
ounces and are not
required to be in the zip-
top bag. Declare these
items up front for inspec-
tion at the checkpoint and


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Eau Gallie Blvd., Mel-
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Homeschool students join students from the Stage 1
ancient Greece.


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Stars acting troupe for a unique prom, themed after a night in


Homeschoolers, acting students


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PALM BAY


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"We wanted to give them
a special night to cherish
and remember," said Palm
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son, mother of 17-year-old
homeschool student
Arwen.
Had parents not planned
the special night, many
homesehoolers might
have been robbed of that
essential right of passage,
the prom.
Homeschoolers joined
other students from the
Stage 1 Stars theatrical
training troupe in Mel-
bourne for a themed prom
called "A Night in Greece."
With young women
dressed in elegant gowns
and several of the young
men in warrior guard
attire, the students
stepped back in time for a
unique prom experience.
"It was magical and
romantic," said Arwen. "It
was really cool because my
boyfriend, (Charlie Haas,
and I) were elected king
and queen of the prom."
Seventeen-year- old
Athela Frondsen, a Mel-


bourne homeschooler,
thought the juxtaposition
of modern music and
ancient attire made the
event more memorable.
"I had my hair done
Greek-like, and my dress
was a combination of
Greek and Victorian with a
little modern thrown in,"
said Athela, who is dual-
enrolled at Brevard Com-
munity College. "We
danced to 'YMCA' and 'The
Chicken Dance.' I had a
great time."
Central Middle School
student Sarah Savoie, 14, a
member of Stage 1 Stars,
has been to several tradi-
tional dances in the past.
"This one just blew all
the others out of the way,"
said Sarah. "I hope they do
it again next year.
The prom was hosted by
the Zion Christian Church,
and several students from
the church's youth group
also attended.

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Progressive Fest
2007 set July 22

MELBOURNE Pro-
gressive Fest 2007 presents
local recording artist the
Rev. Billy C. Wirtz at 2:45
and 4 p.m. Sunday, July 22,
at the Eau Gallie Civic Cen-
ter, 1551 Highland Ave.
The festival will run from
1-5 p.m.
The theme is "Living
Green." Electric cycles and
bio-diesel autos will be on
display.
Activities for adults
include a book fair, com-
munity group tables, raffle,
door prizes and a "Green
IQ Test."
A clown, animal exhibits
and talks, and face paint-
ing are planned for chil-
dren.
Food and drink vendors
will be available.
A rummage sale is
planned 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at the same site.
For information, visit
www.spacecostprogres-
sive.org or call (321) 953-
9727.

"Yappy Hour'" benefits
poodle rescue

A special event is
planned to benefit Coastal
Poodle Rescue.
A "Yappy Hour" for dogs
and their owners is
planned 6-8 p.m. Saturday,
July 28, at Van Gogh's Cre-
ative Caf6, 846W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne.
The host is Freida's Pet


Boutique of Cocoa.
Pet owners can taste spe-
cialty dishes created by the
caf6, while their furry
friends enjoy "doggie
daiguiris" and "yappetiz-
ers" from the "Bow Wow
Buffet."
The theme is Beach Blan-
ket bingo, with the best
dressed dog receiving
prizes.
There will be live enter-
tainment, a 50/50 drawing,
door prizes, dog art and
bingo.
For information, call (321)
637-1008 or visit www.frei-
daspetboutique.com.

Class teaches
conversational
Chinese

MELBOURNE A Chi-
nese language class is
planned 1-2:30 p.m. Tues-
days at Decor East, 1921
Alma Drive.
This is an ongoing class
that accepts students at
any time. The goal is to
learn simple conversation
to use when traveling in
China.
Cost is $40 a month.
To register, call (321) 953-
3717.

Sons of Confederate
Veterans meets
July 26

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Animal Guardians of
Brevard recently
arranged and funded its
1,500th pet sterilization
when a young female
dog was spayed.
The organization's five-
year-old Spay-Neuter
Assistance Program
annually alters more
than 400 cats and dogs to


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tion problem.
The program offers
whatever financial assis-
tance is needed for eligi-
ble pet guardians to have
their pets sterilized at
participating clinics.
For information or an
application, call (321)
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Pixies Salon, 1141 S. Wickham Road, Melbourne, raised $900 at
a recent Locks of Love event. An estimated 27 feet of hair was
donated. Some people dropped off hair they had already
shorn, while others chose to have the salon's stylists do the cut-
ting. Among the donors were two sisters (pictured), Meghan
and Eleni McCune who each donated 10 inches of hair.


Thursday, July 26, at
Memaw's Bar-BQ, 600 Eau
Gallie Blvd.
A business meeting is
scheduled from 7-8 p.m.
Guests are welcome from
8-9 p.m.
Dub Drinnon and Greg


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"Words on Swords: Steel
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For information, call
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Melbourne student Seminary graduates
wins award honored at ceremony


with essay


ORLANDO Middleton
Pest Control Inc., a sub-
sidiary of Fort Lauderdale-
based I Sunair Services
Corp.. uncovered what is
on the minds of high school
seniors through its 2006
"What's BuggingYou?" Youth
Achievement Competition.
Counties represented in
the competition as part of
Middleton's Daytona district
include: Brevard, Duval,
Indian River, Martin, St.
Johns andVolusia.
This youth achievement
program served to give a
voice to an audience whose
opinions are often marginal-
ized by society, the youth.
Each of the six winners
received a $1,000 scholar-
ship for college expenses, an
Apple iPod Shuffle and a cer-
tificate of recognition.
The winner in Brevard
County is Jena Sleiman, a
student at West Shore
Junior/Senior High School
in Melbourne.
Her winning entry follows.
"What's bugging me is how
more than 1.3 million skin
cancers are diagnosed and
how nearly 8,000 deaths
occur from melanoma each
year in the United States. I
feel that these numbers are
unnecessary for a medical
condition that can be pre-
vented and so easily avoid-
ed. My desire is to take
'what's bugging me' and
turn it into something
proactive and positive by
becoming a dermatologist. I
want to inspire people to
change their lifestyles so
that this malady won't inflict
detriment upon them and
their families. My passion is
to save lives and make a
difference in this world."

Melbourne man
accepted to
Embry-Riddle

DAYTONA BEACH -
Cedric Baldini-Morgan, 19,
of Melbourne has been
accepted to Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University.
Mr. Baldini-Morgan, who
graduated in 2006 from
Satellite High School, will
become a member of the
2007 freshman class, purs-
ing a degree in aeronauti-
cal science.
He is the son of Marie-
Christine Baldini and
Bruce Morgan.


ROCKLEDGE The
Cocoa Florida Stake of The
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints conducted
its 2007 Seminary gradua-
tion May 20 at 1801 S. Fiske
Blvd. 1.
Seminary is a four-year
scripture study class con-
ducted each school-day
morning for students in
grades 9-12. Upon gradua-
tion, students will have stud-
ied the Book of Mormon,
Old Testament and the Doc-
trine and
Covenants/Church History.
A total of 115 students
from throughout the county
participated in Seminary
during the 2006-2007 school
year.
Underclassmen attended
the ceremony to honor the
graduates along with par-
ents, friends, teachers, and
local Church leaders.
Also, addressing the audi-
ence of more than 200, state
Rep. Thad Altman praised
the graduates for their
accomplishments.
The list of local graduates
follows.
Cocoa: Daniel Linton,
David Rusk and Aaron Portz.
Melbourne: Tia Fudge.
Palm Bay: Andrew
Lawrence and Jennifer Tay-
lor.
Rockledge: Sarah Cassidy,
Cameron Nokes and Valerie
Schulthess.
Satellite Beach: Brian
Day, Koreann Lo, Scott
Pierce, Logan Russell and
AaronWest.
Titusville: Kayla Hender-
son and Isaac Smith.

BCC honors
All-Florida
Academic Team

The Brevard Community
College Board of Trustees


recently honored the 2007
Phi Theta Kappa All-Flori-
da Academic Team.
Each year, a team is
formed to honor outstand-
ing students throughout
Florida's community col-
leges for their academic
achievement, leadership
and service to the commu-
nity. Seven students were
selected.
The students were given
certificates of apprecia-
tion. The seven include
Melanie Carter, Jennifer
VanValkenburg, Kevin
Kimball, Lindsey Steven-
son, Cheryl Whalen,
Christina Williams and
Sandra Zackeroff.

Health First awards
10 scholarships

MERRITT ISLAND -
Health First Foundation at
Cape Canaveral Hospital has
awarded 10 $1,000 scholar-
ships.
To qualify, students must
reside in central Brevard
County.
Also, students must have
a 3.0 grade point average
or higher and three letters
of recommendation.
Second-year college stu-
dents who have main-
tained a 3.0 GPA also were
eligible for second-year
scholarships.
The list of award winners
follows.
Kaitlin Hardcastle: Cocoa
Beach High School, J.
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WEST MELBOURNE -
The following programs
are offered for free at
Barnes & Noble Book-
sellers, 1955 W. New
Haven Ave.
For information or reser-
vations, call (321) 726-
8817.
Storytime With Ms.
Chris: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays. Stories:
Aug. 2, "The Pigeon Finds
a Hot Dog" by Mo
Willems; Aug. 9, "Sizzles Is
Completely Not Here" by
Lauren Child; Aug. 16,
"D.W.'s Guide to
Preschool" by Mark
Brown; Aug. 23, "Mouse
Shapes" by Ellen Stoll


Walsh; and Aug. 30,
"Because" by Mikhail
Baryshnikov.
Saturday Storytime: 11
a.m. Aug. 4. "Puff the
Magic Dragon" by Peter
Yarrow and Lenny Lipton.
Teen Poetry: 7 p.m. Aug.
14. Share poetry, thoughts
and emotions. Facilitated
by Kit Adams.
Manga Book Club: 7
p.m. Aug. 15. Led by mem-
bers of the Anime Club at
Florida Institute of Tech-
nology. Discussion:
"Ouran High School Host
Club" by Bisco Hatori.
Non-fiction Book Club;
7 p.m. Aug. 16. Selection:
"Long Walk to Freedom"
by Nelson Mandela.
Meet Cookie Mouse! 11


a.m. Aug. 18. Special story
time featuring a special
guest. Bring cameras.
Book signing: 2 p.m.
Aug. 18. Sandra Fontana,
author of "Hurricane
Guide: Be Ready. Be Safe."
She will give a hurricane
preparedness demonstra-
tion and give tips.
Booklover's Club: 1:30
p.m. Aug. 21. Selection:
"Troll: A Love Story" by
Johanna Sinisalo.
Storytime with Central
Brevard Humane Society:
11 a.m. Aug. 25. "M is for
Meow: A Cat Alphabet" by
Helen Wilbur. Craft.
Romance Readers' Cir-
cle: 7 p.m. Aug. 28. Selec-
tion: "She's No Angel" by
Leslie Kelly.


Health First honors

employees at banquet


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ROCKLEDGE Health
First recognized seven of
its Star Performers of the
Year during its annual
associates of the year ban-
quet at Imperial's Hotel &
Conference Center in
Viera.
The star performers are
Catherine Kabana, car-
diopulmonary services for
Cape Canaveral Hospital;
Cynthia Koppler, Hospice
of Health First in commu-
nity health services;
Bernard Brooks, Center
for Learning with Health
First Community Support
Services; Sue Anderson,
quality management with
Health First Health Plans;
Sharon Daniels, with
Health First
Physicians/MSO; Cleve-


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neering at Holmes Region-
al Medical Center; and
Stan Moss, respiratory
services for Palm Bay
Community Hospital.
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awards were given
Tammy Clemens, a
nurse manager at Palm
Bay Community Hospital,
received the Golden
EAGLES Humanitarian
Award.
Donnis .Kelley with
Holmes Regional Medical
Centers Radiological Ser-
vices received the 2007
Safety Advocate Award.
Audrey Bursey, a nursing
assistant in the
mother/baby unit at
Holmes Regional Medical
Center, was recognized for
40 years of service as the
most tenured associate
honored at the event.


Spanish American

veterans group

earns recognition


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

VIERA The Spanish
American Veterans Associ-
ation will receive an hon-
orary recognition by the
Hispanic Advocacy Coali-
tion.
The group will be hon-
ored at noon Wednesday,
July 25, in Room 129,
Building C, the Brevard
County Government Cen-
ter, 2725 Judge Fran
Jamieson Way.
The Spanish American
Veterans Association was
started in January 1991 by
retired U.S. Army Sgt. First
Class Raul Rivera and fel-
low Hispanic veterans
Tony Cortes and Calvin L.
Sanchez.
The purpose of the group
is to find and unite those
of Hispanic descent who
are serving and have
served in the Armed
Forces of the United
States. Also, the group pro-
motes cultural preserva-


tion, community aware-
ness, social interaction
and personal develop-
ment in veteran and com-
munity relations.
They assist veterans in all
ways that they can includ-
ing directing them to get
their benefits due, collect-
ing donations and by
being a support group.
They assist the communi-
ty by participating as Color
Guards for different
events, toy drives for Three
Kings Day (The Epiphany),
food and clothes drives for
the less fortunate
For information about
the Hispanic Advocacy
Coalition, contact TomAs J.
Lares at (321) 604-1441 or
tjlares@gmail.com. -
For information about
the Spanish American Vet-
erans Association, call
Rafael Rodriguez, presi-
dent, at (321) 727-0704 or
Manuel Vl1ez, public rela-
tions officer, at (321) 751-
1550.


Extension Service

plans events for

adults, children

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PALM BAY The Brevard County Agriculture and
Extension Service and the University of Florida Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences has scheduled several
upcoming programs.
Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance Certifi-
cation: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 24, Franklin T.
DeGroodt Public Library, 6475 Minton Road S.W, Palm
Bay. Learn to apply herbicides and perform integrated
pest management. $35 for the day, or $25 for the morn-
ing or afternoon session. Linda Seals, (321) 952-4536,
Ext. 26.
Brainwise 10 Wise Ways to Stop and Think: 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. July 23-27, Palm Bay Extension Office, 1455
Treeland Ave. Learn how to make good decisions
through critical thinking skills. Interactive activities,
games and crafts. Children entering grades 3-5. $75.
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Just like on roads, U-turns in life's journeys are allowed


Have you ever taken
a wrong turn and
ended up on the
wrong road?
Most of us have. I know
someone who just last
week was on their way to a
job here in Indialantic
from the West Palm Beach
area.
She was coming up the
Florida Turnpike and
turned the wrong way on
U.S. 192.
She didn't realize it until
she was in Kissimmee.
Needless to say, she was
late for work.
What should we do
when we make a wrong
turn?
One person I know
searches for someone who
looks like he know where
he's going and follows him.
I think I'd rather use a
map myself.
In any case, first you
should stop and think
about a Plan B now that
everything has changed.
You need to get back on
the route you were on or
plan a new one to get you
to the same place.
Taking a wrong turn on a
road is one thing.
Taking a wrong turn in
life is another. The cost is
often much higher. Maybe
you've made a wrong turn
in your life and you find
yourself so far down the
wrong road that you think
there is no turning back.
Don't lose hope.
You may not be able to
undo all that's been done
by taking the wrong turn,
but it is never too late to
change directions.
Where you end up
depends on which road
you're on and which
direction you're going.


NATHAN STEURY
Religion columnist

If you find yourself going
the wrong direction, make
a U-turn.
That's the literal transla-
tion of the word "repent" -
stop doing what you've
been doing and turn your
habits and life around. It
may temporarily get worse
before it gets better, but it
will get better.
Stop giving all the
reasons why it's too late.
Stop complaining that it is
someone else's fault. Stop
whining about "circum-
stances beyond your
control."
If you find yourself in a
place that you don't want
to be, going down a road
you don't want to be on,
YOU are the one who can
do something about it.
Whether it's a relation-
ship that's on the rocks, or
a job that gives neither you
nor the world any signifi-
cance, you can do some-
thing about it. You, with
God's help, can change
things. You can make a U-
turn. You can create a
detour.
We've all made decisions
that We've regretted, but
there is something that
you can do that is worse


than making a wrong
decision: Not doing
anything to correct it.
How stupid would it be if I
turned down a wrong road
and said, "Oh well, it's my
fault. I guess I'm stuck on
this road forever?"
Yet I find people doing
that all the time in life.
I know it's much simpler
to correct a wrong traffic
turn than a bad moral
turn, but when you
recognize it, why not do
what you need to do to
minimize further damage?
Some of you are pre-
vented from making a U-
turn because at this point
in your life, you're the only
one who knows that you've
made the wrong turn.
Maybe it's a pornography
addiction that you would
give anything to shake, but
you're the only one who
knows. There is a destruc-
tive power in secrecy that
will keep you from chang-
ing directions.
Tell someone. Tell God.
Tell a pastor or priest. Tell
a friend or family member.
Start there.
Jesus understood this so
well. I think that's what's
behind his words in
Matthew 5 when he says,
(and I paraphrase) This is
what the standard used to
be.. .But this is the stan-
dard to which I am now
challenging you...
Jesus says (verses 27-30)
that the standard used to
be "don't commit adul-
tery." In other
words,"Don't have sex with
someone who is not your
spouse."
Jesus toughens it up
significantly. He says,
"Don't think you've
preserved your virtue
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bed. Your heart can be
corrupted by lust more
quickly than your body.
Those leering looks you
think nobody notices -
they are also corrupt."
In other words, using
our metaphor, Jesus knew
where that road leads. So


he says to stay off that
road altogether. It's a dead
end.
It is better if we never
make those wrong turns to
start with, but the good
news is that once we've
made them Jesus says U-
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pers. In the June 29
column, the recipe
for the flag cake had a
misprint. For the topping,
2 to 4 cups whipped
topping may be used.
In the cream filling, the
whole cup not half a cup
of topping must be used.
It's summertime and
breakfast and lunch ideas
are bordering on monoto-
ny.
Have fun with your kids.


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Try some of my ideas and
let them help. They will
feel so special and will eat
what they make.
Good sandwich ideas
such as peanut butter and
fruit spread, not jelly, on
whole wheat bread have
proven to be a nutritious
lunch.
Cut down on your
child's sugar intake.
Turkey, roast beef, boiled
ham, tuna and egg salad
made with a light mayon-


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naise (try Hellman's light)
are good choices.
If yours don't like
sandwiches, yogurt (avoid
the fruit on the bottom;
too much added sugar),
string cheese, cut up fresh
fruits such as melons,
strawberries, blueberries,
etc., served with salt-free
pretzel sticks to spear the
fruit (how grown-up can
you get)? They're deli-
cious dipped in yogurt.
Try baby carrots, dried
fruits, nuts, gelatin,
bananas and low-fat
regular or chocolate milk.
Another neat idea is
"ants on a stick."
Let them stuff a celery
stalk with peanut butter
topped with raisins or
low-fat cream cheese
topped with sliced olives.
English muffin pizza is
a great lunch. Spread
tomato sauce on a toasted
muffin, top with oregano,
cheese and any vegetable
they choose. Heat in the
oven.
Try my recipes and
make some play clay.
You'll have fun as well.
None of these recipes are
in my cookbook. Remem-
ber, they're only young
once.
Until next week...
Words to live by: Hating
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ARLENE BORG
Grammy Guru

Toast an English muffin,
preferably whole grain.
Spread halves lightly with
peanut butter, sprinkle
with wheat germ, drizzle
with honey and top with
sliced bananas.
You can make faces
with raisins or any other
fruit.

CHEESE SURPRISE
Toast 2 slices of bread.
Top with cheese slices
and sliced tomatoes if you
choose. Place under the
broiler and broil until
cheese is bubbly. Serve
cut up with a little mus-
tard for dipping.

SOFTBOILED EGGS
WITH 'CHIPPIES'

Soft boiled (cooked)
eggs served with 'chip-
pies' were my favorite as a
kid. Come to think of it,
they still are.
Place eggs in small pan,
cover with cold water and
sprinkle in some salt (it
helps prevent eggs from
cracking). When water
boils, lower heat and cook
for 3 minutes.
Remove eggs from pan,
run under cold water to
stop the cooking.
To serve, rap the center
of the egg with a dull
knife and scoop egg into a
small dessert dish.


Add a little butter or
butter substitute and, for
an adult, salt and pepper.
Butter a slice of
untoasted bread and
break little pieces of
bread into the eggs
(chippies).
Yum! You can also use
an eggcup and eat the egg
directly from the shell.
Not as much fun; no
chippies!

BUNNY IN THE
HOLE
1 slice bread
1 egg
Canola oil or cooking
spray

Cut a hole in the center
of the bread with a glass.
Film skillet with oil. Break
egg into the "hole." Cook
until set. Turn and cook
the other side. Serve with
the bread round to dip in
the yolk.

HOT DOG PENNIES
AND EGGS

Slice up a hot dog into
"pennies." Fry in cooking
spray, add scrambled
eggs; serve with ketchup.

PLAY CLAY
This recipe, from Arm &
Hammer, can occupy
your kids for hours, and
it's kid-safe. Make orna-
ments for Christmas.

2 cups Arm & Hammer
baking soda (one
1-pound box)
1 cup corn starch
1 1/4 cups cold water

Mix all ingredients in a
saucepan, cook over
medium heat stirring
constantly. When mixture
is the consistency of
moist mashed potatoes,
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In recognition of its status
as a Welcoming Congrega-
tion, the Unitarian Uni-
versalist Church of Bre-
vard is planning a free
screening of the film,
"Big Eden: A Small Mira-
cle."
The screening will
begin at 7 p.m. Friday,
July 27, at the church,
2185 Meadowlane Ave.
The storyline deals with
a big city artists who
returns to his Montana
birthplace after news of
his grandfather's stroke.
While there, he realizes
he must deal with the
semi-closeted issue of his
homosexuality, which he
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family and his old high
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LDS youths work to
improve community

More than 600 youths,
ages 14-18, from The
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints worked
on conservation projects
June 21 across seven
counties of Central Flori-
da in an effort to improve
their communities.
This effort was part of
an annual three-day
Church Youth Confer-
ence. Service projects
were arranged in advance
by the Association of
Florida Conservation
Districts and coordinated
locally by youth leaders.
Approximately 150 LDS
youths from Brevard
County worked on three
local projects: Decon-


struction of the "Paws
On" children's play area
at the Brevard Zoo in
Melbourne; a Keep Bre-
vard Beautiful clean-up
project at Alan Shepard
Park in Cocoa Beach; and
at a new youth camp
being developed at the
Desert Ranch west of
Melbourne.

Temple Israel hosts
members tea

Temple Israel of Brevard
County, 7350 Lake Andrew
Drive, Viera, is hosting a
Victorian Prospective
Members Tea on Sunday,
July 22, by the Indian River.
Meet board members
and Cantor Pat Hickman.
For information, call the
temple office at (321) 631-
9494 or (321) 951-1977.


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cover with a damp cloth.
Use as is, or tint with
food coloring.
Store leftover clay in the
refrigerator in an airtight
container.
For ornaments: Roll to
1/4-inch thickness on
waxed paper. Cut with
cookie cutters or your
own designs. Sketch
patterns or accents into
the ornament with a
paper clip and insert a.
loop of colored cord or
pipe cleaner into one
edge for hanging.
Let dry overnight or
heat in 350-degree oven
for 15 minutes. Paint or
apply decorative ele-
ments with craft glue.
For a free brochure with
more suggestions, write
to: "Play Clay," Arm &
Hammer Division,
Church & Dwight Co. Inc.,
P.O. Box 7648, Princeton,
NJ 08543

Let's talk: Arlene Borg,
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available for talks from
south Vero to Hobe
Sound, call (772) 465-
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NIB: When'a recipe is
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Buy the book: For an
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In the animal world,
only the strong survive,
but humans have been
know to step in and offer a
little assistance.
LoPressionism Gallery
of Fine Art will host an
opening reception for the
exhibit "Survival of the
Fittest" Friday, July20
from 6-9 p.m.
The exhibit is an hom-
age to wildlife and wild
places featuring local
artists. A portion of the
proceeds from the open-
ing reception will benefit
Florida Wildlife Hospital, a
nonprofit agency dedicat-
ed to the caring and
rehabilitation of sick and
injured wildlife.
According to its Web
site, the wildlife hospital
takes in 3,500 animals per
year and does not receive
federal funding.
For Lopressionism
owner Angela LoPresti St.
Amant, assisting organiza-
tions in need is vital to her
business.
"I knew when I created
the mission statement for
my gallery that I wanted to
use it to help the commu-
nity in some way," Ms. St.
Amant said. "You have to
have a higher calling in
what you do."
Ms. St. Amant donates a
portion of every opening
reception hosted at the
gallery to a local nonprofit
organization.
"Survival of the Fittest"
features the work of
Matthew Livsey, Barbara
Desrosiers, Nancy Baur
Dillen, Ruth Ann Smith,
Dennis Handa and
Weldon Stout. A variety of
media will be on display,
from oil paintings to
manipulated digital
images.
At the opening, atten-
dees can sip complimen-
tary wine and chat with
the featured artists.
Wildlife hospital owls
Eleanor and Gonzo will
be on hand to greet
guests.
A portion of select
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
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Their names are aliases, and
their beards aren't real, but their
passion for ZZ Top is.
The members of ZZ Not consider
themselves more than just a ZZ
Top tribute band.
From interviews with the media
to live shows, ZZ Not takes its
impersonations seriously, and the
band members don't break charac-
ter.
Members "Rusty Mill" (Tony
Hatfield of Rockledge), "Hank
Wierd" (Alex Pachmayer of Orlan-
do) and "Willy Biggons" (Joshua
Baumgartner of Titusville) are
committed to emulating their
idols.
"We give the very best show, and
the closer we get to the original the
better," bassist Rusty Mill said. "We
are more than a tribute band.
We're a band of celebrity imper-
sonators."
ZZ Not came together in 2004.
Drummer Mr. Wierd and bassist
Mr. Mill got together first, and
soon after they enlisted Mr.
Biggons.
All three members have played in
previous bands, and Mr. Biggons
still plays guitar in his band Red,
Black and Blue.
"We've all tasted light success in
the past," Mr. Mill said.
The love of the boogie blues
sound of ZZ Top and logic infused
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ZZ Top tribute band ZZ Not are regular performers in Brevard County. In
September, the band will embark on a mini-tour of the Southeast.


band.
"I suppose we picked ZZ Top for
a number of reasons," Mr. Mill
said. "No. 1 is they have so many
hits. I mean, our show is 2-and-a-
half-hours straight of Billboard
Top 50 songs."
He said the No. 2 reason was that
there where three of them and
three in ZZ Top.
"We thought about doing some-
thing else and bringing in some-
one, but we already know each
other and put on one (heck) of a
show."
ZZ Not has performed with
artists like Pat Travers, Molly


Hatchet, Ratt and Confederate
Railroad.
In addition to looking the part
with beards and matching cos-
tumes, the band puts a lot into the
stage show.
"We bring it all," Mr. Mill said.
"When we bust out the spinning
furry guitars, everyone goes wild."
Each show, the band hosts an air
guitar contest for men and a "Hot
Legs" contest for women, with
Miller Lite prize packages given
away to the winners.
Though the band plays a lot of


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The exhibit will be on
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LoPressionism Gallery of
Fine Art is at 1010-B E.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 722-6000 or visit
www. lopressionism. com.

This weekend
Folk music: Sharon
Osuna will perform at 6
p.m. Friday, July 20, at All
That Jazz Caf6, 1641 N.
Cocoa Blvd., Cocoa. Call
(321) 639-3232.
Live music: The John
Quinlivan Band will
perform a variety of music
from rock to blues at 9:30
p.m. Friday, July 20, at
Lou's Blues, 3191 N. AIA,
Indialantic. Call (321) 779-
2299.
Classic rock: Vintage


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Friday, July 20, at Fishlips,
610 Glen Cheek Drive, Port
Canaveral. Call (321) 784-
4533.
Acoustic: Billy Chap-
man will perform at 5:30
p.m. Friday, July 20, at The
Cove nightclub, 1462 A1A,
Satellite Beach. Call (321)
777-2683.
*Acoustic rock three-
piece: Iris will perform at 2
p.m. Saturday, July 21, at
Captain Hiram's Sandbar,
1606 Indian River Drive,
Sebastian. Call (772) 589-
4345.
ZZ tribute: ZZ Not will
perform at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 20, at Sports
Paige, 220 A1A, Satellite
Beach. Call (321) 777-7243.
Rock-a-billy blues: The
Rev. Billy C. Wirtz will
perform at 6 p.m. Satur-
day, July 21, at the Best
Western, 5600 N. Atlantic
Ave., Cocoa Beach. Call
(321) 783-7621.
Jazz: Sybil Gage will
perform at 7 p.m. Satur-
day, July 21, at Galaxy
Grille, 147 Fifth Ave.,


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5888.
Blues: Steve Thorpe
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perform at 9 p.m. Satur-
day, July 21, at Lou's Blues,
3191 N. A1A, Indialantic.
Call (321) 779-2299.
Southern rock:
SwampFox will perform at
4 p.m. Sunday, July 22, at
Malabar Mo's on the
corner of U.S. 1 and
Malabar Road in Malabar.
Call (321) 725-8374.
Festival: Progressive
Summer Fest from 1-5
p.m. Sunday, July 22, at
Wickham Amphitheater in
Wickham Park, 2500
Parkway Drive, Mel-
bourne. Features live
music with the Rev. Billy C.
Wirtz, vendors, exhibits, a
book sale, children's
activities and a rummage
sale at 11 p.m. Visit
www.spacecoastprogres-
sivealliance. org.

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ZZ Top's hits like "Cheap Sunglasses,"
which they toss out to the audience, they
also mix it up with songs like "lesus Left
Chicago' and "Velcro Fly." '
ZZ Not currently plays out about six
nights a week. In September, they'll hit
the road for a mini-tour of the Southeast,
including stops in Georgia, Alabama and
North and South Carolina.
"People dig it," Mr. Mill said. "We're
treated as semi-celebrities wherever we
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This weekend you can catch ZZ Not at
9:30 p.m. Friday, July 20, at Sports Page in
SSttellite Beach. They'll be at Pinto's in
'l" itsville and at the grand opening of
Daytona Dave's tattoo shop in Titusville
the weekend of July 27.
For information on local shows and
tour dates, visit www.myspace.com/zznot.

Contact Lisa M. Onorato at (321) 951-
5963 or e-mail TheHype@Hometown-
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and Sale is planned Aug. 1-
31 at Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery, 1470 Highland Ave.
The opening reception is
planned 5:30-8 p.m. Friday,
Aug. 3.
Demonstrations by
member artists will be
offered each Saturday.
Check the Web site,
www.fifthavenueart-
gallery.com., for details.

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Art opening: LoPressionism
Gallery of Fine Art will host an
opening for the exhibit "Sur-
vival of the Fittest" from 6-9
p.m. Proceeds will benefit Flori-
da Wildlife Hospital. The gallery
is at 1010-B East New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Details: (321)
722-6000.
Art walk: Six galleries will
participate in an art walk from
6-9 p.m. in historic downtown
Titusville. Details: (321) 720-
0783.

SATURDAY, JULY 21

Jazz concert: Jazz Series
Brevard presents Norman
Brown's Summer Storm at 8
p.m. at the King Center for the
Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. The
concert features Grammy-
nominated Jazz guitarist Nor-
man Brown, multi-instrumen-
talist Peabo Brown, writer/pro-
ducer Jeff Lorber and
saxophonist Marion Meadows.
Tickets are $34 and $45.
Details: (321) 242-2219 or visit
www.jozzseries.com.
Eddie Scott CD party:
Eddie Scott will host a CD
review party at 9 p.m. at City
Limit Lounge at Brevard Bowl,
4851 S. Dairy Road, Palm Bay.
Event features Eddie Scott's
Motown Review and music by
The Soul All Stars. Tickets are
$8 in advance and $10 at the
door. Details: (321) 723-7400
or (321) 506-7217.
Zoo: Rock band New Gravi-
ty will perform at the Brevard
Zoo's Summer Saturday Nights
series. Regular admission
applies. Zoo stays open until 9
p.m., with last admission at 8
p.m. The zoo is at 8225 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Details: (321) 254-9453.

SUNDAY, JULY 22

Festival: Space Coast Pro-
gressive Alliance presents Pro-
gressive Summer Fest 2007
from 1- 5 p.m. at Eau Gallie
Civic Center, i551 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. The event fea-
tures entertainment by the Rev.
Billy C. Wirtz, more than 40
exhibitors, children's activities,
a book sale and a rummage
sale. Details: www.spacecoast-
progressivealliance.org.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Friday Fest: Cocoa Village
presents Dog Days of Summer
Friday Fest from 6-9 p.m. in
Riverfront Park. The event fea-
tures live music, children's
activities, vendors and food.
Details: (321) 631-9075.
Flutes: Members of the
Space Coast Flute Orchestra
will perform at 2 p.m. Sunday,
July 29 at Suntree United
Methodist Church, 7400 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Details: (321) 723-7145 or visit
www.sdo.org.
Symphony: Symphony of
the Americas will perform at
7:30 p.m. Friday, July 27 at
Henegar Center for the Arts,
625 E. Hibiscus Blvd., Mel-
bourne. Tickets are $25.
Details: (321) 723-8698.

THEATERS

Melbourne Civic Theatre:
817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. The theater produces
various plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows, events
and experimental theater
throughout the year. For infor-
mation, call (321) 723-6935.
Surfside Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach, the theater produces
various plays and musicals, as
well as hosting a youth player
group and workshops. For
information, call (321) 783-
3013.
Theatre Company of Palm
Bay: Operates out of the audi-
torium at the Palm Bay campus
of Brevard Community College
but is not affiliated with the
school. The Palm Bay campus
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723-3056 or visit www.the-
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Titusville Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 301 Julia St., Titusville, the
theater produces various plays
and musicals, as well as host-
ing a youth player group and
workshops. For information,
call (321) 268-1125.


GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

Art and Antique Studio:
The Art and Antique Studio,
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
days. Open until 8:30 p.m. first
Friday of the month. For infor-
mation, call (321) 253-5553.
Brevard Museum of Art:
Located at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Tuesday through Satur-
day, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Admission, which includes
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 museum members.
Admission is free to the gener-
al public 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday.
For information, call (321) 242-
0737.
Brevard Museum of Histo-
ry and Science: Located at
2201 Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it is
open, Monday through Satur-
day 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sun-
day noon-4 p.m. Admission for
adults is $5.50, $5 for senior cit-
izens, $3.50 for children 5-16
and $4 for college students.
Museum members are admit-
ted free. For information, call
(321) 632-1830.
Downstairs Gallery: Locat-
ed at 909 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Admission is free. For
inforrrmation, call (321) 727-
8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
Located at 1470 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, open 1-5 p.m.
Tuesday to. For information,
call (321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass Design
Studio: Located at 2415 Har-


bor City Blvd., Melbourne.
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day to Saturday. For informa-
tion, call (321) 725-7005 or
v i s i t
www.foremanartglass.com.
Kennedy Space Center
Gallery: Features an exhibit of
various collections of space art
at the Kennedy Space Center
Visitor Complex on NASA Park-
way off State Road 405. Admis-
sion is $37 for adults and $27
for children ages 3 -11. Open 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For informa-
tion, 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 Satur-
day, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday
and from 12-5 p.m. on Sun-
days. The gallery is at 1010-B E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
For information, call (321) 722-
6000 or visit www.lopression-
ism.com.
Mud Flats Pottery &
Gallery: Located at 826 E. New
Haven Ave., downtown Mel-
bourne. Hours: 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday to Saturdays.
Features fine handmade works
by leading Pacific Northwest,
local and regional artists in a
variety of media. For informa-
tion, 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 Satur-
day. Admission is free and
guided group tours are avail-
able. For information, call
(321) 269-3658.
Rossetter House Historical
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and museum is open 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Wednesday through
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Entertainment writer
Joey Heyl's black and
white street art exhibit
"Spare Change" is void of
color.
It's certainly not void of
complexity.
The exhibit focuses on
street art. Though the term
"street art" is often syn-
onymous with grafitti,
there is a difference within
the movement.
Street art incorporates
various materials in its
execution. Its message is
usually political or decora-
tive, as opposed to the
territorial or gang-related
imagery of grafitti.
"Street art is done for the
opposite reason as graffi-
ti," said Mr. Heyl during a
recent gallery walk at
Brevard Art Museum,
where his mixed-media
exhibit is on display
through July 22.
Despite the differences,
street art and graffiti do
have something in com-
mon: They are done "on
the fly."
Mr. Heyl said the use of
stencils evolved out of
necessity to finish a work
of art quickly, since the
canvas for the images is
often public space and
concrete walls.
So why confine it to the


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trict.
The entry deadline is 5
p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2.
Applications are available
at the Brevard Art Museum,
the Eau Gallie Florist, the
Eau Gallie Public library or
at www.artworksofeaugal-
lie.org.
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"Kids aren't going into
museums," Mr. Heyl said.
"And many people aren't
going into alleyways."
The 24-year-old Mr. Heyl
went to Melbourne High
School. When he was 19,
he apprenticed with an
artist and volunteered at
the Brevard Museum of Art
and Science. Eventually,
he was offered a job at the
museum.
Mr. Heyl developed his
skill in well-known street
art hubs like Portland, Ore.
and Los Angeles, Calif. and
most recently, England.
His technique involves
drawing an image on
poster board and carefully
cutting it out with an
Exacto knife. He also
utilizes wheat paste, which
is spread on a Wall. Then.
the wall is stenciled and
painted. He said wheat
paste images last longer
than regular stenciling.
"Spare Change" tackles
issues of race, religion and
homelessness.
In 'Alley," which Mr. Heyl
said represents loss of
youth and innocence, a
Radio Flyer wagon is
painted black and filled.
with empty, crushed spray
paint cans. The wagon is
missing its wheels and sits
on cinder blocks.
"Anyone who has been in


Inc. and the Brevard Art
Museum.

Art gallery celebrates
third year

MELBOURNE The Art
&Antique Studio, 1419
Highland Ave., is celebrat-
ing its third year in exis-
tence.
In celebration, the theme
for its latest show will be
"Tropical Nights." All
artwork will have a tropical
feel.
The gallery, which has 15
co-op artists, offers a range
of works, including water-
colors, oils, pottery, pastels,
acrylics, photography and
jewelry.
For information, visit
www.artandantiquestu-
dio.com or call (321) 253-
5553.

Make glass cabochons
at art workshop

MELBOURNE A
workshop, "Cooking With
Glass," is being offered 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday,
Aug. 4, at LoPressionism
Gallery of Fine Art, 1010-B


the city knows that tires
are stolen off of cars all of
the time and then placed
on blocks," Mr. Heyl said.
Stencil images in "Spare
Change" include a toy
soldier with a paint brush,
an angel with a gun and
Dr. Martin Luther King
and John Lennon.
Crushed black spray paint
cans with inspirational
and literary quotes appear
nailed to the wall.
"Street art offers a quiet,
rebellious voice," Mr. Heyl
said.
Gallery walk attendee
Anamarie Goicoechea said
she was impressed with
the exhibit. To Ms.
Goicoechea, who was
born in Cuba and is now
an American citizen, the
freedom to speak out
holds a special meaning.
"I have 13 grandchildren,
and seeing this young
man's work makes me feel
good about the future,"
she said. "It's good to have
people who are thinking."
"Spare Change" is on
display through July 22.
The Brevard Art Museum
is at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne.
Call (321) 242-0737.

Lisa M. Onorato can be
reached at (321) 751-5963
or e-mail thehype@home-
townnewsol.com.


E. New Haven Ave.
Learn how to make
dichroic glass designs. Each
participant can make three
cabochons.
The class is limited to six
students.
Cost is $95'plus an $85
materials fee. This includes
a $20 non-refundable
deposit due at registration.
For details, call (321) 722-
6000.

Simon comedy set at
Henegar

MELBOURNE-Red
Carpet Productions pres-
ents the Neil Simon come-
dy, "Laughter on the 23rd
Floor," Aug. 10-26 at the
Henegar Center for the
Arts, 625 E. New Haven Ave.
Performances are at 8
p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday.
The show is about a team
of comedy writers in
television's Golden Age.
Tickets are $20 for adults
and $18 for students and
seniors. Reserved tickets
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PALM BAY-When
seeking great sushi and
authentic Japanese fare,
Hioki's is a gleaming pearl
on the Brevard County
dining scene.
Featuring daily specials
created with the freshest
seafood available, Hioki's
has a faithful following of
lunch and dinner cus-
tomers.
"We have a wholesale
license, which allows us to
buy seafood straight from
the fishermen," said co-
owner Dana Hioki. "We get
the first choices and a
better quality."
Mrs. Hioki and her
husband So have been at
the current location, 3360
U.S. 1, Palm Bay, for 12
years, and have been in the
business for nearly 20 years.
"We make all of our
sauces here," said Mrs.
Hioki. "Nothing is (store)
bought."
In fact, some of Hioki's
sauces are so popular,
bottled versions are
available for customers to
enjoy at home.
"We bottle the ginger
dressing and have a miso
lemon dressing as well,"
said Mrs. Hioki.
For the busy lunch crowd,
Hioki's offers many options
at a reasonable price. Two
of the most popular choices
are the Combo 6 and the
Hioki's Boxed Lunch.
The Combo 6 features a
chef's choice of sushi,
sashimi and tuna roll, and
includes rice and seaweed
salad. The boxed lunch
comes in a decorative box-
shaped platter, and
includes generous portions
of the fish of the day,
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Dana Hioki displays two of the most popular luncheon specials, the Combo 6 and the
Boxed Lunch, at Hioki's Japanese Cuisine. The restaurant serves sushi, sashimi and other
authentic Japanese dishes for lunch and dinner.


a choice of house salad
with tasty ginger dressing
or flavorful miso soup,
adorned with sliced,
flower-shaped carrots.
A variety of appetizers
are also available, includ-
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Japanese soybeans, spring
rolls and gyoza, a seasoned
pork wrapped in dough
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Both lunch and dinner
menus feature other
Japanese favorites, includ-
ing tempura shrimp and
veggies, chicken curry and
several stir fried dishes.
Dishes with sushi and
shashimi are Hioki's most
popular choices. For those
with exotic tastes, the chef
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with eel, salmon roe,
octopus, squid and conch.
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traditional palettes, Hioki's


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California rolls and sushi
made with shrimp, yellow
tail or salmon.
Fish of the day is usually
Mahi, Cobia, Grouper,
Snapper orWahoo, Mrs.
Hioki said.
With the capacity to seat
approximately 60 people,
diners may need to wait for
a table during busy hours,
but Hioki's has benches
overlooking the Indian
River, offering a beautiful
view while waiting to be
seated.
One of Hioki's secrets for
offering the freshest
seafood involves proper
planning and attention to
detail.
"We buy a little bit of
seafood every day," said
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Hioki's offerings. Depend-
ing on the day, desserts
may include homemade
chocolate mousse cake,
homemade Key Lime pie,
Japanese ice creams or
plum sherbet.
Hioki's also offers several
Japanese beers, sake and
plum wines to compliment
any meal.
The restaurant has a
private seating area for
parties of up to 16, Mrs.
Hioki said.
Hioki's is open weekdays
for lunch from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. Dinner is served from
5:30-9:30 p.m. every night
except Sunday. For infor-
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(321) 951-2710.

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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

MELBOURNE -Visual
artists in all categories are
invited to participate in the
11th annual ArtWorks of
Eau Gallie Fine Arts
Festival, Nov. 17-18.
This outdoor festival will
be along Highland Avenue


in the Eau Gallie Riverfront
Business District.
This is a working artists
show, with artists not only
displaying finished prod-
ucts, but also creating their
works in their booths.
In addition to cash
awards, there is a special
patron purchase program.


For applications, visit
www.artworksofeaugallie.o
rg or call (321) 242-1456.
Applications are also
available at the Brevard
Museum of Art, Eau Gallie
Florist and the Eau Gallie
Public Library. Deadline for
applications is Sept. 7.
Students in county high


school and at Brevard
Community College are
also invited to participate.
If interested, they should
contact their art teachers in
September.
ArtWorks is presented by
ArtWorks of Eau Gallie Inc.
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Sunshine Framing and Art Gallery:
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artists and events at 5410 Murrell Road,
Suite 111, Viera. For information, call (321)
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visiting artists. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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p.m. Sunday. The gallery is at 6 Florida
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6600 Tico Road, Titusville and is open 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. For
information, call (321) 268-1941.
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through Saturday. For information, call
(321) 733-1227.
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Entertainment writer

Ray and Migdalia
Etheridge could teach the
film industry a thing or
two.
The micro-budget B-


Arts Notes
From page B4


(321) 723-8698.

Chinese brush class
begins July 21

MELBOURNE A
Chinese Brush Painting
Class is planned 10 a.m. to
noon Saturdays at D6cor
East, 1921 Alma Drive.
The three-month class
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Cost is $60 a month.


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the ground running and
are ready to begin shooting
their fourth film together,
"Dying for Dollars." The
film will be shot entirely in
Palm Bay.
The film tells the story of
Benny, a mentally chal-
lenged young man who is
caught in the middle of a
dysfunctional family and
its quest for money.
Golden West Film credits
include "Detour to Hell,"
"Stoned to Death" and "Bad
Spirits." Two of their films
were selected for the Delray
Beach Film Festival in
March 2007 and the Miami
Independent Film Festival
in July 2006.
Though the titles of their
films have a morbid theme,
Mr. Etheridge said that they
aren't particularly violent
or bloody.
"We help the film along
with a good title," Mr.
Etheridge said.
"They are mystery
suspense films," Mrs.
Etheridge said.
"We call the films 'no-
budget wonders,' because
we shoot an entire feature
film for less than $5,000,"
Mr. Etheridge said. The
movies are shot on MiniDV
(mini-digital video) and
edited to look like film.
"With technology, films
can be made a lot cheaper
than before," Mr. Etheridge
said.
Mr. Etheridge said his
films will appeal to B-film
fans and cites legendary B-
filmmaker Roger Corman
as his inspiration. Mr.
Corman is known for his
ability to produce films in a
short amount of time with
a very limited budget.
"He's the'King of the B
movies'," Mr. Etheridge
said.
Mr. and Mrs. Etheridge
work tirelessly from
beginning to end on their
projects, which they call
"labors of love."
"The last thing on your
mind is money," Mr.
Etheridge said. "You do it
for the love of the craft."
A passion for films has
translated to a lot of hard
work.
Mr. Etheridge writes the
script and storyboards the
entire film. He then acts as
director, cameraman and
editor. He also builds his
own sets in his garage.
Mrs. Etheridge handles all
the details in between,
from communicating with
the cast, to hair and


makeup and calling out
directions when Mr.
Etheridge gets lost in a
shot.
"She's my right-hand man
on set," Mr. Etheridge said.
"I pretty much do every-
thing that he doesn't have
time to do," Mrs. Etheridge
joked.
She also writes an
original song for each
movie.
Mr. Etheridge has more
than 30 years of experience
as a cameraman and has
worked in both the news
and entertainment indus-
tries.
He's worked for networks
such as NBC, PBS and
Telemundo and also filmed
15 episodes ofWheel of
Fortune in 2001. He's been
a member of the Interna-
tional Cinematographer's
Guild since 1975 and is a
member of the National
Press Photographers
Association.
"In every place I've
worked, the crew would sit
around and say, 'Why don't
we make a movie?'" Mr.
Etheridge said. "I just
decided to do it."
Mr: Etheridge shot his
first film, "The Vernonia
Incident" in 1989.
Earlier films the couple
produced, such as "Death
in Hollywood" and "When
the Applause Died," are
available on Netflix or
Amazon.com. Other titles
will be available by the end


To register, call (321) 953-
3717.

LoPressionism plans
August workshops

MELBOURNE The
LoPressionism Gallery of
Fine Art, 1010-B E. New
Haven Ave., is sponsoring.
two workshops in August.
Registration deadline is
Aug. 18. A $20 non-refund-


of the year.
Mrs. Etheridge, an
accountant, said she
caught the filmmaking bug
shortly after the two
married 10 years ago.
"I immediately started
going on set with Ray and I
really loved it," she said.
Now that the couple has
settled in Palm Bay, they
plan to make about one to
two films each year.
Filming of "Dying for
Dollars" is scheduled to
begin July 27. The film will
take eight weeks of week-
end shooting. The movie
will be shot entirely on the
sets that Mr. Etheridge
builds in his garage. Each
week, Mr. Etheridge will
get the shots he needs, tear
down the set and rebuild
for the next.
Actors will be given $25 a
day for travel expenses,
credit on the film and a
DVD demo reel of their
scenes.
"There are a lot of actors
looking for a place to act,"
Mr. Etheridge said. "We
teach them about film-
making on a smaller scale
and they will have clips (for
future auditions)."
Though the gig doesn't
pay much, the local acting
community has eagerly
responded to the casting
calls. Information about
the film was posted on
local theater Web sites and
other acting resource sites.
"We received more than


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300 inquiries, from as far as
Colorado and Georgia,"
Mrs. Etheridge said.
However, the couple said
they prefer to use local
talent.
Bob Gray of Palm Bay
was cast as William Tag-
gert, a lawyer. He's worked
in local theater both on
stage and behind the
scenes, but this will be his
first film.
"I'm eager to learn new
things," he said.
Mr. Gray added he's
excited about the opportu-
nity the Etheridges are
offering.
"They are very organized
and professional," he said.
"They know what they're
doing."
Local theater veteran
Elaine Hoffman, of south
Melbourne Beach, was cast
as Benny's mother.
"It's an excellent story,"
Mrs. Hoffmiisaid. "I was
impressed by how well-
thought out it is. And they
are doing it all themselves."
"I know the business
really well," Mr. Etheridge
said. "We always finish
what we start."
For information about
Golden West Films and
"Dying for Dollars," visit
www.dyingfordollars.script
mania.com.

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


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Artists plan
attic sale July 21

VIERA- The gallery
members of Sunshine Art
and Frame will have an
Artist Attic Sale 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday, July 21.
The gallery is at Village
Plaza, 5410 Murrell Road.
Artists will sell new and
used art supplies, paints,
brushes, prints and origi-
nals. The frame shop will
offer a large selection of
read-made frames, new
and discontinued mats and
supplies at bargain prices.

Harris sponsors
'Broadway in Brevard'

MELBOURNE Harris
Corp. is the exclusive title
sponsor of the new "Broad-
way in Brevard" series at
The Maxwell C. King Center
for the Performing Arts.
The series will include the
hit musical, "Mamma Mia;"
"Camelot," featuring Lou
Diamond Philips; and"Movin'
Out," which features 24 Billy
Joel songs and choreography
byTwylaTharp.
For information, call (321)
242-2219 or visit www.king-
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Hometown Summer


Now the best time to learn how to ride waves


Editor's note: This is the
latest in our summer-long
"Hometown Summer"
series in which staff
members share their
passions for outdoor
hobbies and recreation.
The Brevard County
surfing scene has
impacted us all.
Maybe your children or
spouse surf. Maybe your
neighbors surf. Maybe you
work in a restaurant or a
public venue and have
taken soggy dollar bills
from surfers' pockets.
Maybe a surfer has
dripped water on you
standing in line at the
grocery store.
Whatever your initiation
has been into the Brevard
County surf scene has
been. there's no denying .
its popularity.
Thoitgh the East Coast
doesn't generate waves
like the West Coast, we still
manage to turn out some
of the best surfers in the
world. Many West Coast-
ers stare in awe watching
eight-time world champ
and Cocoa Beach native
Kelly Slater dominate the
waves.
Not only are the shores
of the Space Coast a
breeding ground for pro
surfers, they're also a
perfect place for the
beginner.
If you've ever thought
about learning to surf,
now's the time. Though
summer isn't usually the
best in terms of waves, it's
a great time to get started.
The first thing you
should do to scratch the
surfing itch, is to figure
out whether you will be a
self-starter or if you'd like
to enlist the aid of a surf
school. Some people do
better in a structured,
hands-on environment;
others may prefer to grab
a board and go it alone.
There are several surf
schools operating in
Brevard County. Inquire at
your local surf shop or
search the Internet for surf
schools in Brevard.
Whatever your learning
preference is, your first
stop will be at a local surf
shop. Whether you choose
to purchase a board at. a
shop or not, you can pick
the brains of the salespeo-
ple about different boards.
Be sure to tell the sales-


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Let's go surfing

person that you are a
beginner, so you end up
with the right board.
Beginners should start
with either a funshape,
which is essentially a
smaller longboard within
the range of 7 feet to 8 feet
6 or so inches. Longboards
usually get started at
about 9 feet, they, too, are
conducive to learning, but
a bit harder to lug around.
Funshapes and long-
boards work best for
beginners because they
are easier to paddle and'
catch waves. They also are
perfect for the smaller
summer surf. I ride a 9-
foot Schaper longboard in
the summer, and I have a
6-foot-3-inch Al Merrick
for other times.
Your best bet is to
purchase a used board,
either from a local surf
shop or search on Web
sites like 2ndlight.com for
people selling their
boards. There's no need to
spend a fortune on your
first board. It will probably
take a beating.
I can't stress this
enough: beginners should
always wear a leash. In
fact, I think everyone
should wear a leash, but
beginners especially. This
is for your own protection
as well as those around
you. If you can't control
your board, it's going to
hurt somebody. Once you
buy your board, make sure
to grab some wax, sun
block and a rashguard, a
lycra shirt, to protect your
skin from becoming
irritated.
It might not hurt to rent
a couple of videos or
spend some time in
advance watching people
surf. Park yourself on the
beach and observe. Notice
how the waves are coming
in. Watch people catching


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waves and pay attention
to how they spot waves
and paddle into them and
stand up.
When you decide to
paddle out, go to a spot
like Cocoa Beach or
somewhere north of
Sebastian Inlet. The
bottoms are softer (no
rocks) and it's a nice place
to learn.
All you really need for
your first surf session is
about a 1-2-foot easy
rolling wave. Try to find a
spot away from the
crowds.
Paddle out into the
lineup (where the waves
are coming in), and
practice sitting on your
board. This is a lot harder
than it looks, so don't get
discouraged if you can't do
it for a few sessions.
You won't be able to
duck dive under the waves
on the way out when
you're on a longboard.
When you see a wave


coming at you, stay on
your stomach, grab the
board and roll over so that
the bottom of the board
and fins are up as the .
wave passes.
Once you've got your
bearings out in the lineup,
try to paddle into a couple
of waves.
If you are surfing near
someone, be sure not to
paddle in front of him
when he's trying to catch a
wave. Don't try to catch a
wave another person is
riding. You won't gain any
friends if you make a habit
of dropping in on people.
Don't try to stand up
right away. Ride the wave
in on your stomach to get
a feel for what it's like.
Most people who are
beginners ride waves
straight in. Try to catch the
wave at an angle, even if
you're riding on your
stomach. The sooner you
learn to angle into the
wave the better.


If you do feel like
attempting to stand up, be
sure that you don't do it
too early. You'll come to
learn that timing and
feeling are everything in
surfing.
If you're able to catch a
wave, wait until you feel
the wave take your board,
then try to stand up.
Standing up is a series of
controlled movements
where you pick up the top
part of your body, plant
your hands on the side of
the board, pull yourself up
and finally plant both feet
on the board, with either
the right foot in front or
the left, whichever one is
more comfortable.
Getting your balance is
going to be hard, but
you'll soon find out that if
you lean too forward,
you'll nose dive and if you,
are too far back, you
board will shoot out in
front of you.
The series of movements


you do to stand up are
supposed to add up to one
solid action, but don't get
discouraged if you get
stuck. You might find that
all you can do on your first
day is push your shoulders
up and grab the rails, or
sides, of your board. Keep
t ryi ng, it will happen. You
can also practice standing
up on land, either at home
on the carpet or on the
beach.
,Youn may findthat a
coxiple of attempts to
catch a wave will tire you"
out. Once you feel like
you're struggling a bit with
your breath, it might be
time to retire to the beach
and watch.
You'll find that each time
you go it will get a bit
easier, and you'll be
surfing like the pros in no
time.

Contact Lisa M. Onorato
at thehype@hometown-
newsol.com.


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Local ballplayer sets sights on the big leagues


Teenage phenom making history
on Florida Air Academy diamond


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
Bruce Bochy. Tim Wake-
field. Prince Fielder.
Davis Antonacci. Davis
who?
Davis Antonacci, a 14-
year-old rising freshman
at Florida Air Academy,
may be the next Brevard
athlete to make it big in
the world of professional
baseball.
Bochy, a Melbourne
High School graduate,
now manages the San
Francisco Giants, and the
irascible Barry Bonds, in
Major League Baseball's
National League.
Wakefield, an Eau Gallie
graduate, is a veteran
pitcher for the Boston
Red Sox, gaining acclaim
as one of the toughest
hurlers in baseball thanks


to a knuckleball that
floats unpredictably
toward the batter like a
butterfly.
Fielder, also an Eau Gal-
lie alum, is a power-hit-
ting first baseman for the
Milwaukee Brewers elect-
ed as starter, to the 2007
National league All-Star
team in just his third sea-
son in the big leagues.
It may take a while, but
Antonacci could be the
next Melbourne player to
hit it big, joining an ever-
growing list of local ath-
letes who rise to success
at the professional level.
He already has made
history.
In 2007, Antonacci
became the first eighth-
grader in FAA history to
play a complete season of
varsity baseball, batting
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"It was pretty scary until
I got into the swing off
things," Antonacci said of
his first varsity season.
"But it's definitely an
honor to see elite pitch-
ing and play against good
teams. It's a real good
experience."
When most kids his age
are spending their sum-
mer vacations at the
beach or working odd
jobs, Antonacci is honing
his skills against some of
Florida's top baseball tal-
ent as a starting outfield-
er with the Florida Stars
16-and-under elite team.
One of Antonacci's
coaches at FAA marvels at
the young outfielder's
ability.
"The big surprise was
how he was able to handle
high school pitching
immediately," said FAA
assistant coach D.J.
Joseph. "There's virtually
nothing a pitcher can
throw at him that he can't
handle."
Joseph said Antonacci
made just one error all of
last season and, while it is
hard for him to. isolate
one particular strong
point, there is consensus
among his coaches that
the 5-foot-9-inch, 140-
pound Antonacci has "it."
"Pound-for-pound he's
the strongest guy on the
team," Joseph said. "His
physical and mechanical
skills are extraordinary.
He's a complete package."
Rich Korte, head coach
of the Stars 16-and-under
travel team, said Antonac-
ci is an asset to any club
he plays on.
"He is an excellent out-
fielder, he hits the ball
real well, and he plays the
game the right way," said
Korte, who also coached
Fielder while he was com-
ing up. "He's still young
and is improving his arm
strength all the time. He's
on the right track, and
he'll be real good by the
time he turns 18."


Photo courtesy of D.J. Joseph
Florida Air Academy outfielder Davis Antonacci takes a swing during a game this spring
versus The First Academy in Orlando. The 14-year-old Antonacci made history in 2007,
becoming the first eighth-grader to play a full varsity season for the FAA baseball team.


When not traveling to
games with the Stars,
Antonacci said he tries to
stay active, running and
hitting balls from a bat-
ting machine in his back-
yard three days a week.
Tournament prepara-
tion is a bit different.
"The day before a tour-
nament, I'll wake up and
get all my gear together,"
he said. "Then I go out to
the hit-away (batting
machine) for a while.
After that, I go over the
teams we are going to face
and start thinking about
the tournament."
Joseph said it is not just
talent that makes
Antonacci special.


"Davis is very dedicated
and hardworking," he
said. "He is coachable and
takes well to good coach-
ing. FAA is glad to have
him."
Antonacci said his
short-term goals are to
become a better hitter
with more power and to
get stronger and faster, as
he prepares to play junior
varsity football in the fall.
He cites his father,
David, as the biggest
influence on him when it
comes to baseball.
"My dad thought me
everything I know," he
said. "We'll go over the lit-
tle things, sometimes
using a whiffle ball in the


living room to work on
hitting with me; things
like that."
For all his early success,
the young Antonacci
remains grounded.
"It's not how good you
are," he said. "At the elite
level, everybody is good.
It's about your will to want
it. If you don't want it, you
won't get it. I want it."
The "it" is getting to the
major leagues, following
in the footsteps of his
favorite major leaguer,
Prince Fielder.
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BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer


Young basketball play-
ers soon may have more
to choose from than just
the handful of three-and
four- day camps and clin-
ics normally offered
throughout the year.
School of Skills is a Los
Angles-based program
that teaches basketball
skills year-round to boys
and girls age 6-17.
Indialantic resident
Donna Bollinger moved
to Brevard County last
year from Los Angeles
with her four children.
Last month she gave local
youth a taste of what she
and her family experi-
enced in Southern Cali-
fornia.
With the help of Bre-
vard Community College
men's head basketball
coach Terry Parks,
Bollinger organized a free
School of Skills clinic
June 3 at BCC's gym in
Melbourne.
Nearly 150 children
turned up to soak up the
school's training in indi-
vidual skills and team-
work.
"It was just such a great
turnout," Bollinger said.
"I hadn't seen anything
like it (the clinics) here
locally and wanted to
share it with the commu-
nity. Everyone was so
impressed and passion-
ate about the program."
Melbourne High School
basketball players Bran-
don Doan and Joey
Anderkavich, both sen-
iors, were on hand to act
as camp instructors.
"They were impressed


with the organization
and thought it had merit
for younger kids," said
Bulldogs head basketball
coach Mike Soliven.
"They were pleased to be
considered instructors."
School of Skills was
founded by Kory Zuniga
and Derek Brown; two
basketball coaches with
extensive experience at
the high school, college
and professional level.
Zuniga has more than
30 years of coaching
experience that includes
a California state high
school championship.
Brown has played profes-
sionally in Puerto Rico
and once was a member
of an AAU 14-and-under
national championship
team.
The school's philoso-
phy is to stress individu-
alized skills over scrim-
maging; emphasizing
shooting, ball handling,
footwork, balance, speed,
defense, passing and
teamwork.
"We believe that stu-
dent athletes who are
taught solid fundamen-
tals and advanced tech-
niques can excel at any
level if they commit to
learning the individual-
ized skills taught in our
program," Zuniga wrote
in an e-mail to Home-
town News.
Bollinger's son Ben, 10,
attended the School of
Skills clinics in L.A.,
which are offered year-
round, two days per
week.
"It's the best camp I
have ever sent my kids
to," Bollinger said. "They
take kids to a whole new


Photo courtesy of Donna Bollinger
The School of Skills basketball clinic will return to Brevard County Aug. 6-9, with morning and evening sessions at the
Grant Street Community Center in Melbourne. For information, call (321) 890-6561 or visit www.schoolofskills.net.


level. Ben's basketball
skills skyrocketed after
going to School of Skills.
And, it has helped his
social skills, his confi-
dence and has taught him
to encourage others."
With the focus on skills
training, Bollinger said
the learning curve is
quick for those partici-
pating in the program.
"This is definitely a
workout," she said. "It's
not baby sitting. They
prepare you to perform
mentally and physically
at any level."
Indialantic resident Lori
Mitchell sent her son
Kevin, 12, to the June 3
clinic.


"Kevin really enjoyed
the experience," she said
before leaving for vaca-
tion last week. "It was dif-
ferent than the other
camps in that they
stressed basic skills and
worked with the child
until they mastered them
(before) moving on. They
practiced for two days
and on the third day had
a demonstration. The
improvement from the
first to the third day was
just amazing."
Bollinger said the
response to the June 3
clinics was so positive,
she and Zuniga will have
more clinics in August.
This time, the clinics


will be held Aug. 6-9 at
and Grant Street Com-
munity Center. The clinic
is scheduled to run each
day from noon-3 p.m.
with another session
opening from 6-9 p.m.
Cost is $100 per player,
per week for each ses-
sion.
"We are hoping to raise
the whole level of play
around Melbourne with a
year-round program,"
Bollinger said. "We would
like for everyone to be
able to participate, and
we are looking for spon-
sors and scholarships for
those that need them.I'm
fired up, and my son is
fired up."


Bollinger added that
the program will be look-
ing for a permanent loca-
tion, and there is a possi-
bility of incorporating
other sports such as foot-
ball and soccer into the
School of Skills model.
"My hope is to create a
place where kids walk in
and say, 'I feel good
here.'"
For information on the
School of Skills clinics,
call (321) 890-6561 or
visit www.schoolof-
skills.net.

Contact Rob Shelburne
at (321) 759-5959 or Shel-
burne@HometownNew-
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Viera/Suntree blasts way to district titles


Little League
team caps
sweep of all-star
tournaments,
BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer

It didn't take long for the
Viera/Suntree Little
League baseball team to
make its statement.
Viera used a lethal com-
bination of pitching and
power to complete a clean
sweep of the 2007 District
2 All-Star tournament with
a four-inning, 12-0 victory
over Palm Bay West July 15
at Viera Regional Park.
Pitcher Grant Willcoxon
allowed just one hit in two-
and-one-third innings and
struck out five while his
teammates pounded out
11 hits, including three
home runs, to drive Viera
to the District 2 Little
League title and a poten-
tial showdown with neme-
sis North Palm Beach next
week in Port St. Lucie for
the Section 2 crown.
North Palm Beach has
eliminated Viera from
state competition the pre-
vious three years
"It feels great to. go to
sectionals," said a jubilant
Willcoxon, 12, during the
victory celebration. "We
will be after them (NPB)."
Viera staked itself to a
five-run lead in the top
half of the first inning,
thanks to a two-out, two-
run homer to right by left
fielder Sebastian Noel.
As the temperature at the
park continued to climb,
the Viera bats stayed hot,
as well.
Willcoxon singled with
one out in the second
bringing battery mate
Cameron Stewart to the
plate with two outs.
Stewart worked Palm
Bay's Ritchie Carey to a full
count before lining a shot
over the right-center field
fence, increasing the lead
to 7-0.
Christian Jecminica then
doubled to right, bringing
center fielder Boone Lewis
to the plate.
With Jecminica just 60
feet away after swiping
third, Lewis took Carey's 2-
1 offering and deposited it
among the pick-up trucks
in the parking lot behind
the left field fence for 9-0
lead.
After a David McKay sin-
gle, Carey enticed a lazy fly
ball to left from Noel to


stop the bleeding.
The Palm Bay batters
continued to struggle
against Willcoxon in their
half of the second inning.
The lanky right-hander
struck out the first two
batters before coaxing a
ground out to the mound
from Anthony Ryan to sit
Palm Bay down in order.
Things didn't get much
better for Palm Bay in the
third.
Pinch hitter Nate Capra
fouled off pitch after pitch,
working a tiring Carey to a
full count before going
down swinging.
A ground out to short by
outfielder Parker Novak
brought up Willcoxon, who
quickly singled, up the
middle. Neal followed with
a single to right, taking
second as Willcoxon forced
a throw to third.
A single to right by Stew-
art plated Willcoxon, and
another single to right by
Jecminica brought Neal
and Stewart home for a 12-
0 lead, sending Carey to
the showers.
Shortstop Logan Nevills
came on in relief and
forced the next batter to fly
out harmlessly to center-


fielder R. J. Norman and
end the rally.
As the Viera squad made
its victory lap around the
field with the champi-
onship banner, Palm Bay
manager Vince Jozwiak
offered solemn praise .for
the victors.
"They are an excellent
team. Very solid," he said.
"We played well, but they
hit everything we threw at
them and we didn't. They
deserve it."
In other action July 15 at


Viera Regional Park: The
Viera/Suntree 10-11 base-
ball all-stars beat South
Beaches 9-4 to win the Dis-
trict 2 title, and the
Viera/Suntree junior base-
ball all-stars defeated Eau
Gallie Blue 9-3 to capture
the district crown in that
division.
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word out about his course.
Palm Cove is known by
many golfers for eating
their lunch. Now Moseley
wants to give you lunch
with your golf.
"If golfers would like to
come and challenge the
Cove and bring their
business to my course, I'll
be happy to buy them
lunch," said Moseley.
Moseley has distributed
coupons around the area
to local shops. Pick up a
coupon and drop by the
course to enjoy a round of
golf and lunch for $20.
Even better is that the
improvements made by
Moseley and his staff -
since he purchased the
course a few years ago -
have made for a kindler,
gentler Palm Cove.
By letting the rough
grow up a little, and using
plant beds, he has been
able to stop many errant
shots from reaching the
water hazards and trees at


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist


the course. Now you even
save money on golf balls.
Owners and general
managers have figured out
that the best way to catch
any golfer's eye is to throw
a low price in front of him
or her.
If you've been spending
weekends mowing the
yard between raindrops,
watching cars race around
in circles or doing the
laundry, now is your
chance to grab some golf
while the grabbing is
good.
You are familiar with the
term "prices subject to
change?"
Rest assured, this
buyer's bonanza will not
last forever.
To understand why rates
are so low, let's go back to
your 12th-grade econom-
ics 101 class. The first rule
of economics is "supply
and demand."
During the summer,
most courses have a huge
supply of tee times
available and not enough
demand from golfers to fill
them all.
A majority of golfers
have returned to their
Northern homes or won't
venture out in the heat.
Those who wish to play
simply lack the numbers


to fill the tee sheets. Every
course wants as many of
those remaining golfers to
spend their golfing days
with them.
In fact, most courses
spend the summer just
trying to keep their heads
above water.
A golf course has a fairly
set expense sheet. Barring
unforeseen expenses, it
costs roughly the same
amount to keep the course
open whether they have
20 players a day or 200.
Obviously, if you have
200, you can charge less,
make a smaller profit off
each golfer, but have so
many that you still turn a
profit.
Those of us who live
here year-round are
fortunate.
We get to enjoy golf at its
least expensive and when
one course starts to
struggle and lowers its
rates, usually everyone
follows.
Come winter, there will
be so many of us that we'll
be in need of them.
The same economic rule
that helps us now will hurt
us then. So don't be too
mad once the rates start to
climb again.
Without the winter
demand, we'd have few
golf courses to choose
from over the summer and
fewer summer specials.
You can't have your cake
and eat it too, unless it
comes with cart, greens
fees and a beer for around
$25.

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


SDorts Calendar


Triathlon

The Fifth Annual Health
First Triathlon will be Oct. 7
at Pineapple Park in Mel-
bourne.
There will be an Olympic
distance race that includes
a 1.5k swim, a 40k bike ride
and a 10k run along the
Indian river Lagoon.
There also will be a sprint
race that includes a quar-
ter-mile swim, a 15.9- mile
bike ride and a 3.5-mile
run.
Relay teams also may par-
ticipate.
Online registration is
available for both races.
For information, visit
www.healthfirsttri.com.

Start horsing around

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

Bulldogs basketball
camp

Past and present Bulldogs
players will assist
Melbourne High School
basketball coach Mike
Soliven with a basketball
camp at the high school for
boys and girls in second
grade through ninth grade.
Dates for the camp are
July 30-Aug. 3. Cost is $90
for a full day, $45 for half
day.
For information, call
Soliven at (321) 952-5880,
Ext. 3805, or e-mail him at
solivenm@brevard.kl2.fl.us

School of Skills

Los Angeles based School
of Skills will have basketball
clinics Aug 6-9.
The clinics will be at
Grant Street Community
Center from noon-3 p.m
and 6-9 p.m.
Cost is $100 per player for
each session.
For information, call (321)
890-6561 or visit
www.schoolofskills.net


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

Summer of tennis

The Kiwi Tennis Club in
Indian Harbour Beach will
have a clinics and summer
camp for players of all ages
and levels.
Camp dates are July 23-
26.
For information, call (321)
773-2116 or visit
www.kiwitennisclub.com

Golf camps

The Aquarina Beach and
Country Club Junior Golf
Association will have a one-
week golf camp July 24-27.
The camp 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, and includes an
ACCJGA membership.
For information, call Steve
Wagoneer at (321) 728-
0600.

Free golf

Aquarina Beach and
Country Club in Melbourne
Beach will have Charity
Golf Monday each Monday
during July and August.
For a minimum donation
of $5 to the charity of the
week, golfers can play the
course for free.
. The charity for July 23 is
Make-A-Wish Foundation.
For information, call
(321) 728-0600.


Beachside golf leagues

Two evening golf leagues
have been formed at Spes-
sard Holland Golf Course in
Melbourne Beach.
An individual plays on
Wednesday with a 5 p.m.
shotgun start. The format
will be net score match play.
A business mixer golf
plays on Thursdays with a 5
p.m. shotgun start. With a
two-person team, the for-
mat 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 free basketball league
for players ages- 12-25 is
being formed for Friday
nights at the Grant Street
Community Center in Mel-
bourne.
For information, call 674-
5723.

All -skate
Skateboarding lessons are
offered at the Satellite
Beach Skate Park, 750
Jamaica Blvd., Satellite
Beach. For information, cal
(321) 777-3538.

Pingpong anyone?

The Space Coast Table
Tennis Club is looking for
new members. All experi-
ence levels are welcome.
For information, call
(321) 960-2692.

Coaches, league organiz-
ers, event leaders and camp
directors with news, stats or
announcements, contact
Rob Shelburne at Shel-
burne@hometownnewsol.c
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District 2
Little League
All-Star capsule

July 9
9-10 baseball,
championship game
Viera/Suntree Gold 19,
West Melbourne 1

Little League baseball
Eau Gallie Blue 6,
Satellite Beach 0

Viera/Suntree 10, Palm
Bay East 0

Senior baseball
Viera/Suntree 10, Eau
Gallie 0
Beachside 15, Palm Bay
West 5

Little League softball,
championship game
Viera/Suntree 14, Eau
GaUllie 2

9-10 softball
Palm Bay 6, Eau Gallie 3

July 10
9-10 softball
championship game
Viera/Suntree 15, palm
Bay0

Little League baseball
Eau Gallie Gold 13,
Satellite Beach 3

Viera/Suntree 12, West
Melbourne 2

Junior baseball
Palm Bay East 4, Eau
Gallie Blue 0

West Melbourne 14,
Palm BayWest 13

July 11
10-11 baseball
South Beaches 11, Eau
Gallie Gold 7

Junior baseball
Eau Gallie Gold 7, South
Beaches 3

Senior baseball
Beachside 14,
Eau Gallie 2

Titles
From page B9
stars and the 9-10 softball
all-stars also won district
championships in their
respective divisions.


July 12
Little League baseball
Palm Bay West 4, Eau
Gallie Blue 2
Palm Bay East 6, South
Beaches 4

July 14
Senior baseball, District
2 championship game
Viera/Suntree 3,
Beachside 2 (8 innings)

10-11 baseball, District
2 semifinals
South Beaches 7, Eau
Gallie Blue 6
Viera/Suntree 15, Eau
Gallie Gold 0

Little league baseball,
District 2 semifinals
Palm Bay West 7, Palm
Bay East 1

Viera/Suntree 10, Eau
Gallie Gold 0

Junior baseball, District
2 semifinals
Viera/Suntree 3, Palm
Bay East 2

Eau Gallie Blue 9, Eau
Gallie Gold 6

July 15
10-11 baseball, District
2 championship game
Viera/Suntree 9, South
Beaches 4

Little League baseball,
District 2 championship
game
Viera/Suntree 12, Palm
Bay West 0 (4 innings)

Junior baseball,
championship game
Viera/Suntree 9, Eau
GaUie Blue 3

Little League softball,
Florida Section 2
championship game,
Port St. Lucie
Viera/Suntree 15, Port
St. Lucie 0

9-10 baseball, Florida
Section 2 semifinal, Port
St. Lucie
Viera /Suntree 13,
Boynton Beach 3


For complete results and
schedules, visit the school
district Web site at
www.d2fl.com.


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AIR HOCKEY table, Har-
vard, 1 year new, hardly
used, $150. Please call
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ANCHOR SL CQR used
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33inch, steel swivel, $200
321-698-5453 NoBrev
AQUARIUM 20 gallon,
with black lacquer stand,
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AQUARIUM STAND. 55
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BED: FULL, custom plat-
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321-725-4869 S. Brev.
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BRUSH CUTTER & trim-
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BUFFER/ POLISHER,
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Good gear box and
blades, Fair condition
$75 321-253-2039
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$50, call 321-768-6135.
CAMERA, YASHICA
MAT124G, $150. Leather
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321-752-9058. SoBrev
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disc w/game sync, $120,
call 321-728-9332, S. Br.
CELL PHONE, Samsung
with $21 prepaid card,
has 270 minutes, $35
321-259-3715 S. Brev.
CEMENT DUCKS 2
large. Lots of costumes,
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321-773-2343 S. Brevard
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perfect condition, $10.
321-674-9763 S. Brev.
CHAIRS, DINING room,
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CHEST OF Drawers,. 2
units, 5 & 6 drawer stand
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321-725-7379 S. Brev.
CHINA, NORITAKE, 93
pc, oriental pattern, serv-
ice for 12, $150,
772-664-2190.
COFFEE TABLE, match-
ing end tables, glass top,
wrought iron bases. $60
firm, call 321-795-7021.
COMMODE/ BATH
bench/ walker, $50, call
321-956-3951, So. Brev.
COMPUTER ARMOIRE:
corner unit, solid wood, 4
shelves, slide keyboard
tray $100 321-757-8963


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MELBOURNE
380 Wickham Rd. No, Suite F
Melbourne, FL 32935


COMPUTER DESKS (2),
desk w/ hutch, $125;
computer desk, $25, call
321-725-2203, So. Brev.
COMPUTER MONITOR:
Gateway 17 inch $10,
Cannon Prima 1500 print
$10 321-984-2331
COMPUTER: COMPAQ
Pentium III, 933Mhz 256
RAM 60GB CD ROM, XP
plus $100 321-269-1326
CONVERTER, ARCO,
electric, $150; Motor,
electric, free w/ convert-
er, call 321-951-3611.
COPIER TONER, Sharp,
weight 260g, black, for
Model SF730NT1, 2 bot-
tles, $9/ea. 321-725-8392
CORNER DESK- plenty
of space and drawers,
particle board, $100, call
321-446-68P7, So. Brev.
CORNET: Vintage Conn,
checked out by a profes-
sional trumpet player.
$150. call 321-267-2816
COUCH, RECLINER,
swivel rocker, two end
tables, $200, call
321-779-8498, So. Brev.
COUCH/ LOVESEAT,
surefit covers. Used 3
mos. neutral colors. $45
both 321-253-0098
COUCH: OFF-WHITE,
excellent condition $100,
Roll-top desk $75 SoBrev
321-951-7773
COUNTER TOPS- for
Kitchen, & bath, plus
sink and faucet, $40, call
321-752-4901, So. Brev.
CRIB: CONVERTIBLE to
toddler/day bed. full head
board, mattress. Maple.
$125 321-452-7307
DALE EARNHARDT SR
1/24 diecast car, $30;
Mark Martin 1/24 diecast
car, $20. 321-288-5658

DEHUMIDIFIER: FOR
small room. Good shape.
$10 321-729-9134
DESK, METAL, gray, 5
drawer, 2 file drawers,
fake wood grain top, $25.
772-538-7012 S. Brev.
DESK, WOOD: dark
$150, Bookcase, wood
$20 321-636-8525


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ANIMAL
GUARDIANS OF
BREVARD

Please spay or
neuter your pets.

For help or more
information
on low cost
programs
321-759-2999

BICHON PUPPIES (2)
$400 & $450, small, 14
weeks, AKC registered,
all shots & health certifi-
cates. call 321-269-8332
BICHON PUPPIES- AKC
males/females, 7 weeks,
males $600, females
$650. Vet Checked. Call
321-676-7072
CAIRN TERRIERS 9
weeks Brindles. 1st shots
Health Certificates. $550
772-569-6418
772-532-5712
COCKATOOS Umbrella
2yo & 8yo, males, sweet,
friendly & talking, w/ cage
deblyn0125@aol.com
$800/each. 321-684-1769
See Photo of Cockatoos-
Ad # 3775 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com


DESK/ EASEL: kid's
step 2 desk, (red, yellow,
blue), FisherPrice easel
(blue) $80 321-508-3384
DESK: SOLID oak for
refinished, for child with 3
drawers includes oak
chair $75 321-258-0490
DIGITAL CAMERA, Air-
tex, 1.5" display, memory
card, $50, call
321-254-6025, So. Brev.
DINETTE SET: ceramic
in-lay tile square table
with 4 light wood chairs.
$100 321-433-4913
DINING TABLE, wood,
42" round, 4 chairs, white,
inlay tile, $150. Call
321-777-3652 S. Brev.
DISH WARE: Mikasa
Rosina pattern china,
serves 8 plus extras $50
321-724-1251 SoBrev
DISH WASHER- porta-
ble, ex cond, used, paid
$500, selling for $175,
call 321-698-3736, S. Br.
DISHWASHER: GE En-
ergy star, new, paper-
work and warranty, $85
321-255-0289 SoBrev
DOORS (3)- 30x80, $10
each or 3 for $25, call
321-676-2911, So. Brev.
DRYER: KENMORE
Heavy duty plus, Electric,
white, good condition $50
321-254-3548 SoBrev
EDGER: CRAFTSMAN
3.5hp and Featherlite gas
weedeater $175 NoBrev
321-631-0143
ELLIPTICAL TRAINER:
Exercise Proform $150
321-704-4027 NoBrev
ETAGERE, WHITE rat-
tan, glass shelves, en-
closed bottom, like new,
$99. 321-258-6709 SBrev
FAX/COPY $35, HP
Printer 5700 Cables/ soft-
ware $45 321-757-8399
FENDERS & Hood for
Astro or Safari, black, w/
purple filaments, $100,
call 321-984-3314, S. Br.
FITNESS GYM, Welder,
multiple workout, $175,
call 321-574-5316, S. Br.
FLOOR MONITORS: (2)
stage, Wedge speakers
$150 321-574-0369



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COLLIE/LAB MIX, all
shots, neut, 1 yr. smart,
friendly, needs room
FREE 321-723-6615
CUDDLY RAGDOLL
KITTENS TICA reg.,
Blue color & Seal Tortie
Pts $650. 386-677-6747
www.islandia-dolls.com
DACHSHUND- Mini, long
hair black & tan,1 female,
1 male, 1st shots, CKC,
$700 each. Ready Now!
321-632-8910 Iv mssge
ENGLISH BULLDOG for
stud service, AKC regis-
tered, 5 years old. Must
be AKC female. Call
321-626-4109. See www.
Hometown NewsOL.corn
for photo. AD#3780
GREEN WING MACAW
With extra large macaw
cage. 9 years old, talks.
Asking $1600/all.
386-566-4268.
LABRADOR RETRIEV-
ER, AKC, white male, 10
mos. oldall shots current,
very friendly & loving,
$500/obo. 321-821-2356

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FLORENTINE -China, 21
pcs.$25/obo. 185/60 R14
radial tire, less than 15k
miles. $15. 32'1-784-8816
FOLDING TABLE, 6
chairs, $50/all; (2) book-
shelves, $10/ea; Micro-
wave, $25.321-960-9228
FRIGERATOR, 2000
Admiral Signature, $80;
Gas stove, $50, call
321-773-00131, So. Brev.
FRIGERATOR, HOT
point, 20.7 cubic ft, grt
cond, $150, call
321-253-1823, So. Brev.
FRIGERATOR, WHITE,
side by side, 22cf, $55,
call 321-298-7465, S. Br.
FURNITURE, DINING.
Glass. 6 chairs. 2 sets of
cushions. White Rattan.
$200 obo 772-569-3326
FUTON: WALNUT arms,
Beige microfiber, ends
have magazine racks.
$60 321-259-2430
GENERATOR/ VACUUM
Generator 5700 watts
$100, Vacuum $20 IR
321-482-0098
GOLF CLUBS: ladies
tour irons 3-pw, sw.
graphite shafts. $75 So.
Brev. 321-639-7013
GOPED SPORT, blue,
pipe intake and parts.
$185 obo 321-777-8156
GPS FURUNO w/ an-
tenna etc. in box. $50.
321-259-1150 south Brev
GUITAR YAMAHA SG,
1988 tunamatic bridge
$150 Amp Avail
772-664-7450.
HANGING FILE folders.
Legal size, (27) Good
cond, $10, call
321-676-5882, So. Brev.
HEAD BOARD, twin
size, Bookcase w/ desk &
hutch, girls, beige/ pink,
$175, call 321-733-4795.
HEADBOARD, QN, white
wash, storage area, $90;
Dresser, 5 drawer, off wht
$89. 321-258-6709 Sbrev
HEADBOARDS for Bed-
Brass or Wood: 2 units
$19/ea. 321-473-3551
HEADLINER: RED, for
Camaro 1982-92, No
t-top $75 obo SoBrev
321-676-5213


MALTESE PUPPIES 2
males, 1 female. Parents
on premise, excellent
breeding quality, dew
claws removed, micro-
chipped, shots. Ready to
go end at the end of July!
Call 321-268-1685
PITBULL PUPS, brindle,
4 females, 2 males, shots
included, 10 weeks old.
Ready to go! $200 each.
772-413-2765. See www.
HometownNewsOL.com
for photo. AD#3855
POMERIAN PUPPY rare
. tiny black female. 1 year
old. Ready to breed.
Great personality. $800
772-466-9789, 882-1224
PUPPIES: Shih Tsus,
Teacup Yorkies, Min.
Poodles, AKC, shots,
health certificates. $450 &
up. 321-961-7107 See
photos online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#3904
RED NOSE PIT BULL
PUPPIES, 8wks, males &
females. Ready to go!
Mother on premises.
$100-$200 negotiable.
Call 321-254-2432

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HELMET: SHOEI Snake
graphic, Large, mirrored
shield, Exc. shape. $100
321-952-9466 SoBrev
HIGH CHAIR & changing
table, both in mint cond,
$40/ea. 321-777-4523 S.
Brevard

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Romex Simple Pull, 250',
14/2, $35. 321-725-0545
or 941-286-7005
HURRICANE PANELS-
(25), all for $175, call
321-773-2419, So. Brev.
KENMORE, ELECTRIC,
sewing machine, $30
obo, call 321-777-0995.
KEYBOARD, CASIO
Like new, 100 songs &
rhythm, includes stand
and adaptor. $125 .
321-724-4854 So Brev
LAWN MOWER, $50;
Entryway tables, $50; TV,
$45; VCR, $15, call
321-591-6519, So. Brev.
LAWN MOWER, 5hp,
$90; Window a/c unit,
10,000 BTU, 110V, $100,
321-724-2950 S. Brev.
LAWN MOWER: gas,
new blade, other parts
edger/ weed eater, both
$150 321-255-8338
MATTRESS, FULL, ex-
cellent condition, w/ plat-
form, $40/obo. Please call
954-295-0594 S. Brev.
MATTRESS/ BOX-
SPRINGS set: queen,
Medic spinal brace brand
$75 407-592-2555
MICROWAVE/FREEZER
Fridge combo, all in one,
$50; Neon Beer sign,
$100. 321-254-5421
MOTION SOFA, beige,
like new, $150; Rotisser-
ie oven, $50, call
321-722-1616, So. Brev.

Motorcycle Tire, Dunlop,
170/70/R16,A1cond,need
plug/tube, $55/obo. 321-
725-0545/941-286-7005


SHELTIE Free to a
good home, Female 20
lbs. 1.5 yrs. old. No small
children 321-956-9307
SHETLAND Sheep Pups
8wks, sable/white, lova-
ble, AKC, spay/neutered
contract,shots,dewormed
$500/each.321-631-9901
See photo online at www.
HomeTownNewsOL.com
AD#3777
SHIH TZU/MALTESE 8
week old pups cute, de-
wormed, 3 males, 1 fe-
male $400/ea. Ready now
321-727-2247 / 258-8963
SIAMESE KITTENS
Sealpoint & Bluepoint
2-Males. Health Certified
Purebred $150 to $225
772-878-7263
772-971-1684
see photo at
www.hometownnews.co
m ad # 3866
Yorkies- 4mo male $800,
female 7mo.$900 chihua-
hua, deerhead female,1.5
yo. $300. Poodle-female,
2yo. $300. 321-242-7276



SADDLES Western
Circle Y. 2yrs. new, full
QH bars, $500 obo.
English child's saddle,
$100. 321-213-1915


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MOTORCYCLES (2)
Pocket Rockets, 1 com-
plete, 1 in parts. $200/all.
321-768-0567 So.Brev.
OIL PAINTING: original
of Acapulco setting, mint
cond., 43x31 $175 can
e-mail pix. 321-684-1641
OTTOMAN NEW in the
box, dark brown leather,
29"x29"x18" Tall. $175.
321-690-0962 north Brev.
PACK & PLAY, Graco,
like new, $40,
321-676-4712. So. Brev.
PANASONIC CD Player
& headset w/ speakers.
$25/all. 321-728-3883
PATIO CHAIRS- (6) mul-
ti positional lounges w/
cushions, $25 each, call
321-768-2392, So. Brev.
PATIO SET 5pc PVC w/
lounge. $125. 1 Blue print
sofa. $75.321-733-6136
PICKUP TOPPER: for 6
foot bed. Good condition
$50 321-385-1327
POND back yard pond,
enjoy your back yard
more with a beautiful
pond. $50 321-674-9302

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321-242-0442


POWER WINCH for boat
trir, $35; Roller blades, sz
9, $25. Call 321-725-0545
or 941-286-7005 S. Brev.
PRIVACY SCREEN for
pool enclosure,brand new
still in box. Orig. $340 -
sell $50. 321-631-0711
PUMP/ PRESSURE
TANK, Very good condi-
tion, under 6 mos. 1/2 hp
$195 321-639-6723
RADIO PLAYER- Pana-
sonic, 2 (ape decks w/ 2
large speakers, $50, call
321-259-1948, So. Brev.
RANGE- FRIGIDAIRE,
30", electric, almond,
clock/timer, $125, call
321-452-4149, So. Brev.
RECLINER: LA-Z-BOY,
light peach, light wood
arms,$100 321-773-1789
REFRIGERATOR/
RANGE, Fridge 21cf,
$125, Stove $75 JennAir
ExCond 321-757-0566
REFRIGERATOR/FREE
ZER: side by side. Water/
ice in door. Kenmore 25
cu ft. $125 772-563-0812
REFRIGERATOR: 14 cf,
.Kenmore $45, Microwave
1200W Like new $50 No
Brev 321-452-8452


REFRIGERATOR:
DORM size Sanyo, stain-
less. $60 321-255-1707
REFRIGERATOR:
NORGE, Almond, side by
side, with ice maker.
$150 321-690-0071
ROCKER RECLINER -
Burgundy, in very good
condition. $100.
321-728-9031 south Brev
ROCKER/ GLIDER:
Maple, blue cushions,
matching ottoman, sacri-
fice $175 321-757-0797
Roofing Shingles cov-
ers 1000sf total: 260 (12"
x 36") shingles. $50/all.
321-373-4686 south Brev
ROUTER, WIRELESS:
SMC cable/DSL broad-
band with extras $35
321-777-1543 SoBrev
SADDLEBAG for motor
cyclefancy, w/tassles &
straps,gd. cond.,$75. 321-
725-0545 / 941-286-7005
SCANNER- CANNON,
flatbed, $40; Printer, Ep-
son, Stylus, $40, call
321-724-0695, So. Brev.
SCOOTERS (4) alumi-
num, gd cond, $20;
Skateboards (4), $20,
call 321-773-7932, S. Br.


SHED DOOR, aluminum,
double door, 72"x80",
$200. 321-722-3112
SHOWER DOOR: New
in box. Sterling by Kohler.
Silver finish, pivot $120
321-777-9310 SoBrev
Simonton Cat 3 Wind-
Storm resistant pic. win-
dows,3 new solar E 34"x
38" $29/ea. 321-725-4809

SPEAKERS INFINITY,
1 pair.$60 Fashion prints,
vintage by Godey. 4 at
$30/each. 321-253-0240
SPEAKERS JENSON,
three way w/ 15" woofer,
excellent condition. $60.
321-773-3497 south Brev
SPEAKERS, JBL (4), 3
way bookshelf, good con-
dition $80 321-373-1087
SPEAKERS: (2) Sansui
SP2500 $175 SoBrev
321-242-8459
STEEL WEIGHT SET,
mint cond. 145 Ibs w bar,
dumbell,collar $75 So
Brev 321-631-4039
STEREO, TECHNICS,
11 piece, 5 cd changer, 4
speakers, $190 cash, call
321-777-4153, So. Brev.
STONEWARE, X-MAS,
snowman, service 4, 38
piece, like new, $75, call
321-223-7704, So. Brev.


STOVE, GAS: works well
needs new glass on door
$50, Elec. dryer, works
$50 321-259-6251
STOVE: KENMORE,
works great, great condi--
tion, not flat surface $95
321-288-2312 SoBrev
SWAY CONTROL, bars,
brackets for trailer, $175/
all. 321-725-0545 or 941-
286-7005 So. Brevard
SWIMMING POOL:
Barely used, Intex Nylon,
18 foot, All kit materials,
$185 321-327-3148
TABLE SAW: Ryobi BT
3000 $600 new, selling
for $200 321-917-5748
TELEVISION: 19 inch
with remote. Great pic-
ture $25, Sandwich grill
$6 321-727-2181 SoBrev
TILE SAW- 10", 2.5hp w/
pvc tray, $100, call
321-777-7414, So. Brev.
TIRES & RIMS (4) com-
plete, size 215 70 R16,
nearly new (only 500 mi.)
$150/all. 321-724-9970
TIVO in perfect condi-
tion. $50. 321-639-3547
TODDLER BED light
pine, great cond. + Sealy
mattress & bedding. $10.
321-474-5214 Palm Bay


TOYBOX: STEP 2, pink
w/ bookshelf and safety
lid. good condition. $35
321-259-9592 SoBrev
TOYS: FISHERPRICE:
Jumperoo $25, Gymnas-
tics tunnel $30. Both $50
321-726-1737 So. Brev.
TRANSPONDER, SUN
Pass, for all Florida toll
roads, new, $12, call
321-205-6368, So. Brev.
TRUCK TOPPER: black
fiberglass fits 6 foot bed.
Good condition, $200obo
321-383-1335 NoBrev
TV, SONY 27 inch, works
great. Replacing with
HDTV so need to sell.
$50 321-255-9969

TV, SONY, 32" Wega, w/
stand, $200. Please call
321-960-9228 S. Brev.
VANITIES WITH sinks,
faucets, cultured marble
tops, 36" and 60". $50 ea
obo 321-783-0799
VCR- JVC 3 head, good
condition, $100; 6 hr pre
recorded cassettes, $100
all, call 321-952-4097.
VINYL ALBUMS: (164)
Rock music from the
60's-80's. $150 obo. All
or none. 321-777-4976


WASHER, KENMORE,
heavy duty, used, older
model, works great! $75.
772-538-7012 S. Brev.
WASHER, MAYTAG,
dryer, Hot point, both
$50, call 321-298-7465.
WASHER, speed queen
heavy duty, stainless
steel drum, excellent $80
Call 321-255-0789
WASHER/ DRYER -
GE profile,
$200/pair.321-733-2953
So Brev
WASHER/ DRYER, Ro-
per, great condition, 3
yrs. White. $200 SoBrev
321-984-0231 After 5
WASHER/ DRYER,
Whirlpool wash, Ken-
more dry, $130 pair So
Brev 206-948-6603
WASHER/ DRYER: $100
each or $150 pair. So-
Brev 321-426-9871
WASHER/ DRYER: work
well. $125 obo Wurlizer
Electric Organ/bench $40
321-412-0486 SoBrev
WINDOWS: (3) never
used, brand new 39x69,
white, with screens, $50
each 321-745-7151
X- BOX with controllers.
Hardly used. $80. SoBrev
321-431-6316


FOR SALE: Closeouts &
Cancelled Orders. Must
Be Sold! ARCH Steel
Buildings, Up To 60%
Off. 25x46 and 35x80.
Call Today! Freddie:
1-800-463-6062

GIGANTIC MIRRORS
Jobsite leftovers. 48"x
100"x 1/4" (15), $115/
each. 72"x 200"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
JC'S BUILDINGS, Ga-
rage Barns, Carports,
starting $595. Galvanized
steel. 2 styles, 13 colors.
Free installation/ quote.
Open Saturdays. Florida
Certified 10 yr warranty
available. 386-736-0398;
866-736-7308
jcsmetalbuildings.com

LUMBER Liquidators
Hardwood Flooring,
from $.99/sq.ft. Exotics,
oak, bamboo, prefinish-
ed, unfinished. Bella-
wood w/50yr prefinish,
plus A Lot More! We
Deliver Anywhere, 5
Florida Locations,
1-800-FLOORING
(1-800-356-6746)


METAL ROOFING-
SAVE $$$ Buy from
manufacturer. 40YR
PAINT WARRANTY 20
colors in stock all acces-
sories. Delivery available,
Gulf Coast Supply &
Manufacturing Inc.
www.GulfCoastSupply.
corn 1-888-393-0335



FACIAL ROOM SET UP
Full Room Facial set-up
..streamer, bed, cabinet,
products too many to list.
If interested call
321-806-8861.
Leave name and number
PIZZA RESTAURANT
EQUIP. Double stack
pizza oven, 64 dough
mixer, pizza bench w/re-
frigeration, tables/chairs
walk-in cooler, stove &
more 772-708-1368 or
772-834-8934 Leave msg
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MARY KAY. Cosmetics &
Skin Care for Men, Wom-
en & Teens. Laurie Fein
321-427-1754, 751-5515
MASSAGE THERAPIST
Lic. Needed for Instructor
Positions. Will Train.
Palm Bay & Merritt Island
loc. Call 321-987-3488



AMERICAN HOME
COMPANIONS seeks
compassionate mature
person w/car to care for
the elderly. Live in 3 or
more days per week.
Must be able to work
wknds.Call 321-631-0093



Up to $15 Per Cleaning Hour
Company Car
No Holidays or Weekends
Clean In Teams
Paid Training
Benefits Available
Immediate Openings!


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S. Brevard 321-242-8461
N. Brevard 321-433-3395
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HOUSEKEEPERS
Make $200 to $400
weekly! P/T & F/T avail-
able. Time, Area & Days
of CHOICE! Phone & car
req. For info 576-4435



ASSISTANT
for busy Wellness
Center. Position avail.
to assist physician w/
patients in treatment
rooms for open-minded
health-conscious
individual interested in
a natural health care
career. No exp. req..
32+hours/wk, $8/hour.
CARE Chiropractic &
Wellness Center,
West Melbourne.
Fax Resume to
321-728-1386
or email
info@drwalshcares.com
RECEPTIONIST /
ADMINISTRATIVE Asst.
F/T for large community
seeking customer service
oriented team player w/
computer knowledge and
bookkeeping skills.
Fax Resume Attn: Vickie
321-255-9283




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$AVON$ Unlimited
income! Network
marketing option! Some
internet experience re-
quired. World famous
name recognition.
Products for Men,
Women, Children. Call
Sandra 1-800-332-2340
Independent Sales Rep.
AVON Needs Reps.
PT/FT. $10 to start up to
50% comm. Call Julie at
321-537-7960
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! OTR drivers, solos
or teams. 6 months expe-
rience & CDL-A/HAZ re-
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package. 2003 2005
equip.1-800-362-0159,
LCTransportation.com
ESCORTS NEEDED -
Dancers, models. Must
be reliable. Work own
hours. Transportation a
plus. 321-745-9082
MULTI-STATE Appraisal
company seeking li-
censed real estate ap-
praisers. Strong report
writing & excellent work
ethic. Employee positions
available w/benefits. Fax
resume 1-419-255-1745


-Needed .Full. Time
Machinist for Melbourne
manufacturing company.
Must have experience on
manual mills & lathes.
Apply: 618 Washburn
Road, Melbourne. 1-5pm
Mon-Fri 321-757-8678
NIKKI'S ESCORTS Now
Hiring Dependable Es-
corts, all shifts. Earn cash
daily 321-254-5623
NIKKI'S ESCORTS Now
Hiring Dependable Es-
corts, all shifts. Earn cash
daily 772-569-7250
NOW HIRING!! TRAVEL,
HAVE FUN, & MAKE
MONEY! We offer Train-
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Accommodations, & Un-
limited Earning Potential!
Must be able to travel
immediately, be Self Mo-
tivated & Outgoing! Call
TODAY! 1-866-502-0174
OWN A COMPUTER?
Put it to Work!
Up to $1500- $7500/mo.,
PT/FT 888-836-5560
24 hr. recording
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PROFESSIONAL
BODYGUARDS needed.
FREE training. Earn
$350.00 $750.00 a day.
Military or police experi-
ence a plus! No experi-
ence needed. No Felon-
ies. 1-866-271-7779.

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SECRET SHOPPERS
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
for Store Evaluations.
Local Stores, Restau-
rants, & Theaters. Train-
ing Provided, Flexible
Hours. Up to $50 per
assig nment !
1-800-585-9024 ext.6262


Benefits: I
M-F work-week Casual relaxed work environment
Competitive wages
Generous benefits package including company paid
short & long term disability.
C.E.U. and License reimbursement program.
Seven paid holidays in addition to paid time-off program.
Do you have to give up Would you rather work Are you working this
(your weekends? smarter than harder? Labor D ay?
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Utilization Review Nurses: Registered Nurses needed to
perform prior authorization for outpatient imaging. Full-time
positions now available in our growing Melbourne office.
Qualifications: Current unrestricted FL RN license, 2-3 yrs strong
clinical experience. Basic computer skills required. Must be able to
type 25wpm. No previous radiology experience required.


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MEET KAREN & BOB HUMAN
AVON
Independent Sales Representatives
Beauty Advisors and Recruiters
Karen and Bob Humann moved originally to Florida from Valley Stream N.Y. in 1993.
They settled in Palm Bay where they are active in the Palm Bay Chamber of
Commerce & support local charities such as the "March of Dimes" & Holiday
"Shining Stars".
Karen became active in Avon when she was searching for a personal representative.
When that didn't work, she became one! They have achieved the highest sales
volume out of over 500 reps in their district.
Karen would like people to know that AVON is n&t just skin care products any
longer. The catalogue includes special lines of skin & bath products for women,
men, kids & teens. They also carry clothing, jewelry, gifts & decorative accessories.
Karen and Bob offer free shipping on any orders over $25. You can visit their
website at www.youravon.com/khumann
Their plans for the future include continuing their high volume of sales & bringing
others Into the business by SELLING, SHARING & SHOWING. Karen states "This is
a great way to start a business with a very low investment." They look forward to
hearing from anyone who would like to have great service or is interested in starting
their own business.

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SEWING Contractors
for small production per
pieces runs. Must have
own equipment. Fabric &
materials provided. Call
321-268-9769




A GREAT JOB IF YOU
LOVE SENIORS! We
need dependable, caring
& mature people to assist
seniors in their homes.,
P/T weekdays & week-
ends. Immediate open-
ings in Suntree & Beach-
side. 321-752-4929
www.homeinstead.com
License HCS227761


Become an AVON
representative today!
Profits begin at
50%! Flexible hours.
Health insurance, life
insurance & 401A avail.
Basic Comp. skills
helpful.
$10 Starter kit!
Marsha Good
Avon Ind SIs Rep
321-768-6773
1-866-My-Avon4
or Email:
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CORRECTIONAL
OFFICERS No exp.
nec. Trainees $29,207/yr.
Certified $32,007/yr. Exc.
state benefits. Call
772-564-2797 IR
Wanted For Boutique
Real Estate Office, Lic.
Florida R.E. Agent.
On-Site Sales,, No Cold
Calls, Walk-In traffic: So.
Brevard, Beachside. Fax
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$800-$1000 WEEKLY.
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Next Week!!! No Money
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Installers &
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Technicians

Gates, Fence and
Access Systems.

Top Pay and
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EOE/Drug Free
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Must have clean
driving record

Call Tom at:
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321-254-8011 (office)

DRIVERS / OTR Ready
for a Fat Wallet? Windy
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PLUMBERS & Helpers
NEEDED Must be
experienced in all phases
of commercial plumbing.
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ALL NEW Pillow Top,
Queen mattress set. In
Plastic w/warranty. Can
deliver $130
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 avail 321-525-6534
BEDROOM SET $475
6 pieces. All brand
new!!!! Can Deliver
321-288-7745
BUNK BED, oak, loft w/
student desk, very good
condition, detachable lad-
der, $350. 321-953-6061
CHERRY SLEIGH BED
w/mattress & boxspring.
Still in package. $380
321-255-3415
CORNER DINETTE w/
bench, seat cushions &
storage, dark solid wood,
excellent condition. $350.
321-690-0962 Rockledge
COUCH,Stanton Cooper,
7' $275; Loveseat $125,
Beige & white striped.
Both recently restrung.
Loveseat 54" & Chr,
period pieces, Must see!
Hunter grn velvet,
$800/both. 321-258-2011
COUCH/LOVESEAT/
CHAIR, Clayton Marcus,
curved, light blue velvet,
exc. cond., hardly used,
$600/all. 321-431-6397


DINING ROOM SET,
Beautiful, nearly new, 6
chairs, table w/2 leaves,
$250 or best offer. Call
772-794-2676
Entertain. Ctr, Laurier,
curved glass doors + 4
drawers, 2 bit-in power
strips. Paid $1700+ at
Sound Advice $800/obo
321-720-5094. See www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
for photo. AD#79073
ENTERTAINMENT CTR,
oak,Al,lots of stor., $250;
Cocktail table, end table,
white wash, rattan; oak
cocktail table, $150 both;
Rocker, rattan, wht, cush-
ion, like new, $125; Kitch.
table,high glass, w/stools,
$125. 321-258-6709
FULL Mattress Set new
factory sealed. Able to
deliver $100.
321-255-3415
FURNITURE: Dresser
giant oak,pd. $2400, sell
$525obo; Book case $45;
Oak Entertainment, pd.
$340,sell $75;Oak Dinette
pd $800,sell $190; Lamps
pd. $135, sell $45; Bunk
Beds, pd. $260, sell $85;
Curio Cabinet $65; Wall
Mirror $85;Twin Bed $125
King Bed $90; Full Bed
$60; Wicker 5 drawer
Chest $95; Bassett Chest
of drawers $60; Bassett
Coffee & 2 End $80; Of-
fice Table $55; 4 Office
Chairs $75; Desk Chair
$45; Office Desk $75; 4
Oak Dinette Chairs $120.
321-432-1997

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LEATHER RECLINER -
Brand New, med. brown.
$250. Antique Chinese
Scroll for large room.
$150. call 321-768-9797
LIFT CHAIR- Pride Luxu-
ry Chair, brown, barely
used in great condition.
Paid $850, Sell for Only
$325. call 321-676-4626
LIVING ROOM SET -
Rattan, round coffee ta-
ble, full sized sofa, swivel
rocker & 2 end tables.
$175/set. 321-728-9031
LOFT BED w/full mat-
tress on top, twin on bot-
tom, matching chair. Ask-
ing $425 or best offer.
321-720-7410
MEMORY FOAM
Thera-Peutic NASA Mat-
tress: Q-$399, K-$499,
Free Delivery. Warranty.
1-888-287-5337. 60 night
trial www.mattressdr.com
MOVING Bassett 3 seat
recliner sofa & rocker,
$500; Bassett queen mat-
tress & box, $200. Call
321-960-9228
SOFA & LOVESEAT,
100% Plush Microfiber
suede. Never used!! Still
in package. $695. Can
Deliver. 321-288-7745




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4BR/3BA/2 Car Garage
New & Spacious home
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tiled floors, lighted tray
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comm. pools & tennis
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option. 321-537-2600


PORT SAINT LUCIE: In
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molding, upgrades, prime
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See photos @
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SOUTH DAYTONA
BEACH/ PONCE INLET-
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condo at Harbor Village
Golf & Yacht Club.
$339,000. 912-218-2504
VIERA ANXIOUS seller:
waterfront, 1st fir condo,
split plan 2/2 + garage in
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$158,900 (all offers con-
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321-243-0434



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Port Orange POOL HOME
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5BR/4BA + OFFICE
overlooking Lake on cul
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2.5 car garage. 33x13
Heated/screened pool
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Contact Gene Hartigan,
Coquina Reef Realty
321-501-8565
INDIALANTIC Handy-
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praisal $270K. Best offer
over $180K takes! 3BR
2BA, 4 blocks from
beach. 321-271-5709



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Remodeled 3/2/1 CBS.
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New Kitchen, windows,
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MELBOURNE BCH Lots
-1 block to beach. Corner
$339K.Lot w/pool $315K.
Oceanside Realty
321-951-7577

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MERRITT ISLAND
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UA, Updated, ready to
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321-514-5391
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kitchen, fenced yard,
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to buy. Sec. Dep. Call
Linda 321-454-1085

MERRITT ISLAND: New
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on oversize lot, fireplace,
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location. $249,900 owner/
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ORMOND BEACH -
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Screened pool, double
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ByOwner, No Agents
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770-519-0461


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386-672-5417 / 547-1298
PALM BAY (off Fallon
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NE nice 3/2/2, 1633sf,
CBS, on fenced .41acre,
canal, new roof, A/C, ma-
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Enjoy Nature, yet only 10
min. to Harris & shops.
$235K. Easy to seel
321-759-6861/723-5806
PALM BAY CBS 2/2/1
w/ tile floors, scrnd porch,
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water softener sys.,roof +
A/C new in '03, hurricane
panels,electric subpanel+
electric portable generator
$120K call 321-298-0365


PALM BAY NE 3/2/2,
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Owner to pay some clos-
ing costs. Don't miss the
low rates! 321-722-0078

PALM BAY, gorgeous
new 3/2 home, many up-
grades, city water/sewer,
close to Malabar & Emer-
son. Must see! $189,900.
321-984-2515
PORT ORANGE -
Spruce Creek Fly-In.
Wooded golf course lot.
Screen porch. By Owner.
No Brokers. $268,000.
386-760-2104 "




PORT ORANGE
Quiet/Safe neighborhood.
Spacious 2 bedroom, 2
bath, Large Florida Room
Relaxing view of lake.
26 x 12 Living Room with
high Cathedral ceilings.
Fenced Back Yard,
Shady Lot, garage.
3 Blocks to 3 shopping
centers. New Finance
Plan 10% Down, $663
Mo. Only $185,000.
Seeopenhousenow.com
reference #143.
386-788-0588 / 944-2367
Satellite Beach 3Br/2Ba
asking $239,000 100%
NEWLY RENOVATED.
Must see to Believe -
MOTIVATED SELLER
321-794-7900
See photo online www.
HometownNewsClasslfleds
.com Ad#41723


WOW
SATELLITE BEACH
Deep water Large Dock.
Access to Rivers/Ocean.
3 BR/2 BA, 2000+ LVSF
Jacuzzi. UPDATED!
Must Sell-reduced $544K
Coquina Reef Realty, Inc.
DebraStone321-432-1557
TITUSVILLE Meadow-
ridge, 3/2/2 Gorgeous in-
side + out vaulted ceil-
ings, fence yrd, must see
ERASCRE 321-525-0867
TITUSVILLE,2/1, new firs
/appl's,fresh paint in, new-
er stucco out, hurricane
shutters, sprinkler sys.,
lots of stor., conv. located
$134,900. 775-340-5939
or 321-383-0485. See
www.HometownNewsOL.
com for photos Ad#42256
TITUSVILLE-BY OWNER
3 BR/1 BA, could be 4 BR
/2 BA, clean, bright, open
plan, den w/fireplace, too
many (news) to list! Call
for more info. or come
see me shine at Open
House 7/21, 2-6 or 7/22,
12-2. $147,500. Prettiest
house in Brevard under
.$149K. Owner will pay all
closing costs! Please call
321-383-1130
TITUSVILLE-BY OWNER
3BR/1.5BA, pool, nice
corner lot, new windows
in BR's, close to schools
/shopping, 1/2 fixed up,
$124,000.321-383-1130

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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.

WEST MELBOURNE -
Gated community. Now
selling Pre-Construction
pricing. Crystal Lakes
321-727-3335
www.Maronda.com




INDIAN HARBOUR Bch-
1/4 mi. from beach, newly
renovated 2 bdrm, 2.5 ba
w/ fenced yard, patio, tile
floors & new appliances.
$153K call 772-453-9595
MELBOURNE BEACH -
2/1.5 Beachwoods gated
comm.Steps from beach,
River access. Motivated!
$225K. 321-956-8802



CAPE CANAVERAL -
Price reduced $15K! Full
duplex. Each 2/1. 2 blks
to bch. $323,999. Luxury
Real Estate FL Inc. Joanne
Rommel 321-749-4628
See photos online www.
HometownNewsClassified
s.com Ad# 42258


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EDGEWATER DUPLEX
great location, investment
prop. Room for RV/Boat.
Must sell, $195,000. Will
consider all reasonable
offers. 386-689-3045
PALM BAY SE-2BR/2BA
1 car garages & screen
porches. 2057sf u/a. Grt
income prop! $219,900/
both sides. 321-676-3362
SATELLITE BEACH,
F.S.B.O. small duplex,
1/1 each side, large cor-
ner lot, ideal location, just
appraised $295K as is
$290K. 321-777-3652




CLUB MED Sandpiper.
Ocean Access lot for
sale. No bridges, cleared
ready for const. Asking
$435,000. For more info
call Ezra. 516-318-5483
GEORGETOWN, FLORI-
DA- Whispering Pines
Sub, 1 + acre. Deeded
access to St. John's Riv-
er & Lake George, mem-
bership to Rod & Reel,
club incl., clubhse & pool,
$25,000 386-316-9276
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

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LAKEWOOD PARK 2
lots side by side 150
x157. $65,000 ea. 180 x
173 $70,000 ea. 160 x
130 $55,000 ea. Can be
sold separately. Cleared.
917-440-5992
LOXAHATCHEE: 10.5
acres, no wetlands.
Owner Financing
Available, $499,000. Call
Mike at 561-312-1698
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
2.5 acres very desirable
loc. Cleared & fenced w/
gate, has well, must sell
$195,000 will consider all
offers 386-689-3045
NORTH CAROLINA!!
Mountain log cabin,
$99,900. New shell on
private acre site. 10
acres w/dramatic views,
$99,900. Paved/electric.
828-652-8700
Sebastian Highlands
Rare opp 2 lots side by
side. Sub unit no 10
block 255 lots 10 & 11.
$149,900 for both. Owner
910-483-6712




2005 2BR/2BA MH in
55+ comm. on leased
land in Melbourne.
$49,500. Call Steve -ERA
Aladdin 321-544-2762
55+ RETIREMENT com-
munity, doublewide 1056
sqft completely furnished
on lake includes paddle
boat $49,500
DOUBELWIDE 55+ Park,
owner anxious to sell, can
leave some furniture 2/2
$39,900 321-984-9491
CAPE CANAVERAL,
1/1.5, single wide, 38x10
encl. porch, new kitchen
apple's, W/D, new ACs,
55+, no pets, $15,000.
321-784-1012 / 749-2645
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




MELBOURNE 55+ Pk.
MOTIVATED SELLER!
Double 44'x26', 2BR/2BA,
new appl's/water heater,
11'x15' shed. Make offer!
Must Sell! 321-676-4795
MELBOURNE Beautiful
all remodeled 2/2 + car-
port w/ FL room, huge
foyer, right off 1-95 in 55+
park w/ all amenities, par-
tially furnished. $23,500
or rent to own $800/mo. +
utilities. Move In Ready!
Call 1-724-602-5941

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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
NE PALM BAY, 2517
Amberly Rd. (near Harris)
2/2 on own land (no more
fees!) city water & sewer,
Washer & Dryer hook-up,
fenced yard, scrnd porch,
newer AC & Roof. Only
$65K/obo to own your
own home! 863-422-2013
PALM BAY, 14X48, 2BR/
1 BA, 1993, new carpet.
No age requirements in
community. Worth $12K -
asking $8900 or make
cash offer. 321-698-2649
PORT ORANGE WILL
HELP WITH CLOSING.
Doublewide mobile home
off Spruce Creek Rd.
High and dry land in-
cluded. 3br/2ba, Addi-
tional 12'x16'
music/computer, or pos-
sible 4th bedroom. No
association fee, nice
neighbors, family park.
Best deal in town. Seller
motivated $125,000.
8 6 4-2 2 1 8 8 0 6,
828-246-38 50,
386-322-9193
SEBASTIAN 55+
Whispering Palms
Newly renovated 2/2
Enclosed Florida room,
porch & driveway. Inside
laundry. C/H/A. Club
house, Tennis, 2 heated
pools, bingo, shuffle
board, Pets OK.
$32,000/neg
772-228-9198
Sebastian Whispering
Palms 55+ comm. 2005
2-br/2-ba 16 x 52. Storm
shutters, shed, comm
pool, rec fac. $32000 obo
772-766-3550
VERO BEACH: Heritage
Plantation 2br/2ba,1-
story mobile home. In
40+ comm. Central A/C,
comm. pool. Move in
condition. Must Sell!
$6000 Call 914-489-8789




*Escape to the moun-
tains!* WESTERN NC
MOUNTAIN PROPER-
TIES. Cabins, homes,
acreage & investment
acreage. Views and
creeks. Free information
and color brochure. Ap-
palachian Land Compa-
ny, 1-800-213-7430. Mur-
phy, NC.
www.appalachianland.com


2.5 ACRES So. Califor-
nia $100 down! $100
monthly! $9,995 cash!
Owner financed!
949-361-6238
A FREE BROCHURE at
Western Carolina Real
Estate. We offer the
best mountain properties
in North Carolina. Homes
and land available. Call
1-800-924-2635 or visit
www.westerncarolinaRE.com
AAH! COOL MOUNTAIN
Breezes. Murphy, North
Carolina. Affordable
Homes and Mountain
Cabins, Land, River,
Mountains, Streams, or
call for Free Brochure.
877- 837-2288 Exit Real-
ty Mountain View
Properties
www.exitmurphy.com
ABINGDON, VA 1900+
ac, mtn prop w/hwy &
lake front, int. roads,
$4,500 ac. Will divide.
828-292-0365/912-375-6
016 ow@owacc.com
ABSOLUTE
LAND SALE!
1 ac- Woods -$49,900
8ac- Waterfront $79,900
Beautiful So. Tier acre-
age off Rt. 17! Woods,
stonewalls, perfect set-
ting for country home!
Terms. 877-906-5263
ALL WESTERN North
Carolina Mtn Properties.
ERA Carolina Mountain
Homes Real Estate,
Murphy, NC
carolinamtnhome.com
Call us first. We have va-
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brochure 1-800-747-7322
ext.101
BEAUTIFUL TENNES-
SEE mountain lots,
breathtaking views high
atop Cumberland Moun-
tains. 2-5-10 acre tracts.
River access, bluff views,
streams, virgin like forest.
Ideal for hunting, fishing
ATV, horseback riding.
Near Dale Hollow Lake,
perfect for cabin, vaca-
tion home, permanent
residence. Utilities,
paved roads. Great in-
vestment / retirement
property. Owner financ-
ing from $15,900. Cen-
trally located near Nash-
ville, Knoxville, Chatta-
nooga. 931- 839-2968,
888-939-2968
BEST BUY
14.27 acres in a rural
setting In Washington
County, GA. $28,540 Call
TOWN & COUNTRY
REAL ESTATE
1-478-552-5681
www.tandcrealestate.com
BUFFALO HILLS camp-
ground SE Ohio This
campsite comes w/2005
Gulfstream 32' Traveler
Series trailer. Includes
land w/amenities, pool
clubhouse and more!
All this only $29,900 E-Z
financing 740-607-2519
or 740-685-6808
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DELAND Secluded,
high & dry all useable 23
acres w/2 homes, barn,
windmill, outbuildings,
fenced, electric & solar
gate opener, lighted
round pen. Surrounded
by Tiger Bay Forestry.
Miles of horseback riding
& hunting. $650,000.
386-738-1004
EAST TENNESSEE
Mnts All wooded build-
ing tract. Excellent
homesite, breathtaking
views $39,900. Financ-
ing Available
330-699-1585.

FANTASTIC HUNTING
(Deer, Elk, Turkey).
Southeastern Kentucky:
Mini Farms, Farms, de-
velopmental, income &
commercial, coal & gas,
river front. We have it or
will find it for you.
www.USGoldRealty.com
1-877-USGOLDf
FLORIDA
REAL ESTATE
Buyers Wanted
Auction company
liquidating 50 plus
properties. Below market
prices, low down
payments, easy terms.
Owner financing, trades
welcomed.
premierrealestateauction
s.com 1-866-752-5550

FLORIDA LAND Start-
ing at $10,900 Financing
Available. Over 100 Lots
available in Counties of
Levy, Marion, Clay, Cal-
houn, Putnam & High-
land. Realtors & Invest-
ors welcome.
1-718-797-0807 www.
usalandventures.com

FLORIDA LAND
Naples/Golden Gate
400 lots from $24,900.
1 TO 10 ACRES
1-800-957-6886
Sun Realty/ Dave Huff
Goldengateland.com
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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 Ellijay 72ac.
joins U.S. Forrest Service
3/4 mile. Springs, branch-
es, exc. timber. 100mi
view. Near Gilmer Cty.
Phone & power available.
$14,500/ac. Other tracts
avail, from 19ac & up.
w/pasture, creeks &
views. 706-273-9501
706-635-7867

GEORGIA Ellijay. 20 -
100 acres w/trout stream
& pasture, Wooded, ad-
joins USFS. Also 2ac
Mountain Top lots.
$10,000/ac & up Owner
Financing, 706-889-0763,
706-889-0291
GEORGIA Johnson
County. 23 Acres, creek,
on paved road, small
pond, wooded. $69,900
404-362-8244 St. Regis
Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
GEORGIA
Jones County Hunting/
Investment
239ac $5,840/ac
328ac $4,200/ac
Houston County 125ac
- $5,950/ac
Putnam County Ap-
proved for 5ac-15ac
priced per tract or 113ac
@ $6,475/ac
478-454-7169

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GEORGIA Toombs &
Emanuel Counties.
1-5 acre lots. Several
cleared, wooded &
waterfront lots to choose
from. $7K/acre up to
$30K/acre. Owner
financing available.
www.HickoryHammockPr
operties.com
912-585-2174
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 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. 321-724-2288
See Photos of Home -
Ad # 41195 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
HORSE & BUGGY
Country Beautiful 3Br
2Ba ranch, carpet, ap-
pliances, central air.
Full basement & large
pole building. N.E.
Ohio. $149,900, Owner
financing. 330-699-5723
KENTUCKY
*56acs. riverfront,
Beautiful River. Trophy
deer & turkey hunting.
$116,000. *10acs. Barn,
pond, $54,900. *1lac.
$500/down $105/mo.
*175acs w/new cabin,
creek, $1795/acre.
270-999-0179
www.ActionOutfitter.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 Beautiful 1
acre w/nice pond.
$900/down $154/mo.
$14,900. 2 acres
w/ponds. $1200/down,
$210/mo. 10 acres,
$1800/down. $315/mo.
270-999-2147
KENTUCKY -
DALE HOLLOW LAKE
Perfect homesites for Log
Cabins 1-3 acre wooded
& view parcels. Located
in historic Albany.
Starting @ only $19,900!!
McKeough Land Co.
(866)460-8317
www.KYwaterfront.com
LAND FOR SALE Be-
come a land owner. $500
down $226 monthly.
Homesites in Gated
Community. Paved
Roads, Running Water.
Owner Financing. No
Credit Check.
352-231-9938
Lovely 4BR, 2.5Bath,
2400 square foot home
on approx. 2 acres in
Perry, Fla- a small rural
town approx. 50 miles SE
of Tallahassee. Beautiful
pool and patio area with
tall privacy fence, gazebo
with hot tub. $260,000.
Call 850-223-2412. (fsbo)
MOUNTAIN MEADOWS
in Ellijay, GA. 3+ Acre
Level Tracks. Mountain
Views and Common Area
on Trout Stream For All
Owners To Enjoy. Start-
ing at $49,000. Fin. Avail.
1-706-636-2040 www.
creeksandmountains.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
N.C. GREAT
SMOKY MOUNTAINS
Swain County, no
overcrowding! 86%
Federal land. LONG
CREEK PRESERVE -
ready to build land
parcels. Creek front &
views available now.
Starting $49,900.
828-488-7515
Owner Financing Avail.


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LAND in Samson AL,
beautiful sites to choose,
ponds, woods & open
land. $7200/acre & up.
Owner fin. Low taxes- ins.
334-898-7015, 726-2340
N.C. LAND
New homesites 1-6 acres
just north of Charlotte.
Buy now build later. Low
Taxes! Free brochures.
Countrytyme
1-866-603-5263
NANTAHALA REAL
ESTATE CO. Geograph-
ic and ABC News has
Rated this a #1 Summer
Destination! White Water
Rafting! Located in Beau-
tiful High Elevation West-
ern North Carolina Sur-
rounded by the Nantaha-
la Nat'l Forest. Only 2.5
hours NE of Atlanta, GA,
Only 1.5 hours Outside
Asheville, NC & 30 mi-
nutes NE of Murphy, Pris-
tine Lake, Lake Front,
Large Tracts. We also
have Vacation Rentals.
1-828-321-3101 Visit our
Website: www.nantahala
properties.comrn
NC LAND:
43acs. Near Raleigh.
Mile-long huge waterway,
1100sf Cedar-sided
home, 3 homesites total,
deer, ducks,' fish,
AWESOME: $319,990.
WE FLYYOU IN! Pics:
owner@newbranch.com;
919-693-8984
NC MOUNTAINS Owner
Must Sell. Log Cabin
1288 sf on 1.48 ac. Stun-
ning views, level, private.
EZ to finish, $89,900,
more land available.
828-286-1666 ext 5444.
NC: BEST BUY IN
MOUNTAINS! Owner fi-
nancing, 2 acres w/ spec-
tacular view, paved road,
gated, house site in Bry-
son City. $45,000, $9,000
down. Call owner!
1 -800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
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 log cabin,
$99,900. New shell on
private' 1lacre site. 10
acres w/dramatic views,
$99,900. Paved/electric.
828-652-8700
North Carolina, New
Mountain Estate, 100 mile
panoramic views, 10
acres, 4 bedrooms, 4
baths, close to medical
facilities, near N. Wil-
kesboro (28659). Price:
$700,000
www.sherrillfaw.com,
Sherrill Faw, Broker:
336-957-7600

NORTH CAROLINA:
Cool Mountain Air, Views
& Stream, Homes, Cab-.
ins & Acreage. FREE
Brochure 1-800-642-5333
Realty of Murphy, 317
Peachtree St. Murphy NC.
28906 realtyofmurphy.com
NORTH GEORGIA -
Beautiful 4 to 13 acre
mountain tracts near Jas-
per. Protective cove-
nants, nice lake / ameni-
ties. $9,500/ac. Jay
Northcutt 404-808-0786
Southern Heritage Land
Co.
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAIN LAND,
CABINS& HOMES.
For a free guide call 9am-
5pm 1-877-635-6461. To
see the entire book visit
www.ngmrealestateguide
.com click on front page
picture.
SC ACREAGE 5 acres,
ready to build on. Beau-
tiful Lake Marion area.
Dblewide MH allowed.
Will perk new survey,
no impact fee. Low tax-
es and insurance,
$39,900 with E-Z financ-
ing. 803-473-7125
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
SOUTH CAROLINA
5 acres. Lake Marion
area. By owner. Beautiful
building site less than 4
miles to lake. Near
Manning S.C. $39,900.
E-Z terms.
Owner financing.
803-473-7125
SOUTH CAROLINA 5
acres. Lake Marion area.
by owner. Beautiful build-
ing site less than 4 miles
to lake. Near Manning.
S.C. $39,900. E-Z terms.
Owner financing.
1-803-473-7125
SOUTH CAROLINA up-
state 3600sf 6-br/4-ba log
& stone home. 34 ac with
pond & beautiful rolling
hills. $365,000.
864-426-6641 see high
definition slide show at
www.hometownNewsOL.com
ad #41725
SOUTH CENTRAL
Florida lake lot sale! Lake
Access- $79,900 (was
$199,900). Lake view -
$124,000(was $224,900).


Lakefront- $299,900
($399,900). Owner says
sell 1-3ac lake properties
reduced $100,000+.
Gated community, water,
sewer, paved roads, U/G,
utils. Excellent Financing.
Call Now 1-866-352-2249
TENNESSEE Ducktown,
Near Murphy, NC, 2200sf
Restaurant w/5 ac front-
age on Hwy 64 $498,000
Bradley& Assoc. Free
brochure. 888-492-4301
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 Gated
equestrian community.
Cumberland plateau
Creek frontage & bluff
views. 1 + acre lots.
Starting at $30,000
772-285-7594
TENNESSEE
Waterfront Community.
Incredible lake &
mountain views. Gated
entrance, marina, launch.
Located Near Morristown.
Starting at just $29,900.
McKeough Land Co.
(866)460-8318
www.TNwaterfront.com
TENNESSEE, Acreage
for Sale in East Tennes-
see. Several tracts availa-
ble from 80 to over 5,000
acres. For more more in-
f o r m a t i o n
www.afmrealestate.com
or call 865-481-3696
TENNESSEE: 22 Acres-
2BR Home, Creek, Pas-
ture $89,900, 1 Acre
overlooking TN River -
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10,000sf. $895,000.
321-537-1994




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Well est. area on Maple
Ave. (1) 3" well & city
water meter. (1) Fenced.
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house, private downstairs
area incl. Ig. BR, full BA,
$600/mo. incl. all. First +
sec. 321-952-4410
MELBOURNE BEACH,
20 something laid back
surfer has room for rent,
$350/month. First and
last. 321-243-9893
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area, share 3 BR/2 BA"
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PALM BAY, roommate
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washer & dryer, cable,
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$400/mo. incl. all util's.
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321-258-3630
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MELB. BCH. STUDIO,
full kitchen, fully furnish-
ed, king & sofa beds. In-
cludes: DSL WIFI, basic
electric & utils. $273 per
week. Available 8/3.
321-725-8392

MELBOURNE BCH Furn
turn key studio suite. Riv-
er & bch. access. Single
occupancy. No pets/smk.
$675/mo. Cable & Elec.
included. 321-728-0125

MELBOURNE CONDO,
furn.1/1,1st floor, 15 mins.
to beach, eat-in kitchen,
W/D, pool, cable, parking,
sm. pet ok, $650/mo. +
util's. & deposit. English
610-764-0872 or Spanish
610-226-5864

MELBOURNE, 2/2, clean
2nd floor condo, lots of
closet space, balcony w/
storage, FREE CABLE,
pool,on-site laundry, close
to shopping / restaurants /
transportation, no pets,
good credit required,
$775/mo. 321-725-0665
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MELBOURNE, LAKE
Washington area, 2/2,
tiled, pool & golf. Newly
renovated. $800/month
321-723-3744

SATELLITE BCH 2 BR
Apts.Near Bch.Vry clean,
quiet,pool,incls cable/wtr.
No pets. $750/mo. +$350
security. 321-773-2210

SEBASTIAN 2Br/2Ba
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, cable, water,
internet incl. Comm. pool,
clubhs, dock. $1150,
negotiable. Realtor, Joe
Stanlewicz 772-321-4828

SEBASTIAN, New Com-
munity, Pelican Isles.
3/Br,2/Ba Apts Available.
Cable, w/d incl. Income
restrictions 925 Pelican
Isles Circle 772-581-4440

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

STUART Affordable,
3br/lba, Free Water
Trash & Electric $275 per
week First, Last & Securi-
ty Call 772-486-3522

STUART Affordable,
Large, Clean, 3br/2ba
with fenced backyard,
$235 per week. First Last
& Security. 772-486-3522

TITUSVILLE: 2/1 tile
throughout, new bath-
room, super clean, w/d,
pool, no pets. Walk to
river. $695/mo lease op-
tion avail. Enzo Lombar-
di, Mike Selig & Associ-
ates. 321-298-7757


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
$585. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013
VERO BEACH: Vista
Gardens. 55+ furnished
1/1, clubhouse, pool,
tennis, close to shopping
& beaches. $670/mo
772-559-5136
VERO BEACH: Vista
Royale. 55+, 2br/2ba,
unfurn. Many amenities,
Near Beaches &
Shopping. No trucks/
pets. $800/month.
772-562-6232
VIERA 3 Fountains of
Viera: like new 2nd floor
2 bedroom 2 bath condo,
gated, pool, appliances,
garage, etc. $1000/month
+ deposit + $200 garage
(optional). 321-698-4857
VIERA CONDO, The
Greens, 2BR/1BA,FULLY
FURN., comm. pool, fit-
ness center,putting green,
$900/month, First & sec.
Garage option for add'l.
$50. 321-638-8751
VIERA, CONDO. 1/1 Gat-
ed community located in
'Three Fountains'. Incl'ds
garbage & cable. Small
Pets OK. $800/mo. Call
for info: 321-271-9630
WEST MELBOURNE,
Garret's Run, 2/2 condo,
spacious, screened patio,
cable,lst floor, sm. pets
okay. $850/mo. 1st, last +
$450 sec. 321-543-2353



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own! 3BR/2BA,2 car gar.,
recent upgrades, 1513 sf,
.built 04', new neighbor-
hood, close to 195. Must
relocate! 321-427-2832

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MELBOURNE 3/2/1CG
FR, LR, DR, fenced yard.
Large utility room. Loc.
Between Sarno & Eau
Gallie. $850/mo.+ $850
security. 321-254-7671
MELBOURNE Two
Spacious 2br/2ba/garage
homes. All appl's.
Fenced yard. Sm. pets
ok. $950/mo. + F/L/S.
321-752-9183; 302-2806
MELBOURNE, Large 4Br
2.5Ba ICar Garage,
fenced backyard, Choc-
taw Drive in Fountainhead
$975 mo. 321-266-4943
PALM BAY SE,
3/2/2 Quiet. Only 1 year
old. W/D, screened
porch, spacious lot, Mi-
nutes to 95. $925/mo.
321-574-1514

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 NW, 3/2/2
w/pool, w/ appliances, big
home, private yard
$1250/mo. 9a-5p, mon-fr
321-480-8750

PALM BAY NW, Emer-
son & Jupiter area, 3/2/2,
Ig. screen porch, corner
lot, newer tile & appl's.,
city water, $1150/mo. 1st
/last/sec. 321-726-1899

PALM BAY SE Large
3br/2ba/2 car garage.
Near Babcock & Waco.
$900/mo. No pets. Call
WD Webb Realty
321-723-3311
PALM BAY SW, 2/2 com-
pletely remodeled corner
lot near Palm Bay West
Plaza $750, PALM BAY
SE, New 3/2/2 w/ 2 xtra
rms, $900 -All Florida
Realty 321-298-5578
PALM BAY, 2 Weeks
Free! Brand new Homesi
$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. Bay Side
Lakes area. Brand new
3/2/2 $900/mo. First &
security. Screened Patio,
Garage opener, W/D.
Reversal osmosis water
system 561-667-8310


PALM BAY, 1291 Lan-
dau Rd. SW Brand New
3/2/2, clean with washer/
dryer, stove, huge yard.
$1050/mo.,1lst/sec. req'd.
Available! 321-517-9064
RENT TO OWN, No Bank
Qualifying. Bruised Credit
OK! Owner financing,
flexible terms. Great loca-
tion. Call 321-723-7601
SATELLITE BEACH du-
plex, 2/2/1, fireplace, ca-
thedral ceilings, screen
porch, fenced, includes
lawn cutting. $950, 891 S.
Patrick Dr. 321-777-4548
SEBASTIAN 3br/2ba w/
carport, Ige scrn porch, Ig
yard with river access, Ig
utility rm, $885/mo, 6385
105th PI, 772-643-2511
SEBASTIAN 4-br/2.5-ba
2+ oversized gar. Brand
new 2 story, on corner
lot. Screened porch.
$1350/mo + yard work.
858-220-0800
619-583-7170
SEBASTIAN: 3BR/2BA,
screened porch, all
appliances, lawncare
included. $900/mo. Move
in ready 641 Brookedge
Terrace. 772-388-4915

SEBASTIAN Highlands
2br/2ba/ w/garage, very
clean, unfurnished, Ig
enclosed patio, beautiful
neighborhood, W/D, pets
ok. $850/mo. 341 Biscayne
LN 954-993-9461

SUNTREE Lakefront,
on cul-de-sac, 3/2 + ga-
rage w/ 1947sf, fireplace,
appliances. $1100/month
+ security. Credit Check
req'd. call 321-779-1894
SUNTREE, 3 BR/2 BA,
central AC, garage, com-
munity pool & yard serv-
ice. Ideal location! $1100
per month. No pets. Call
321-253-3058
TITUSVILLE, 3/1/1,
Clean, quiet, safe area,
convenient to shopping,
Privacy fence $850/mo,
$850 deposit. No Dogs.
321-289-2489
TITUSVILLE: 3/2/2 on
corner lot. Nice brick
house, newly remodeled,
neutral colors, tile
throughout, nice applian-
ces, good location & near
Cocina schools. $995/mo
321-298-7757



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VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S
Furn & unfurn. Starting at
$600. Call Paula Rogers
& Assoc 772-231-9121,
772-473-7009 cell
VERO BEACH- 2/2.
W/D. Year-round lease.
Adult 40 + community.
Many amenities. $725
mo. + util. Security/ Ref-
erences. 207-215-3186
or 772-321-9834
VIERA, 413/2, built '05,
2473 sf, split, lake front,
scrn'd patio, gated retire-
ment comm., clubhouse,
pool, lawn care incl.,
$1600/month. Avail. 9/1.
321-632-3093
W. MELBOURNE 3/2,
POOL, fenced, fireplace,
screened porch, den.
$1150/mo. Also. 3/2/1
car. $975/mo. NO PETS!
First, last, security. Call
Kris 321-593-2701




INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
Across from the beach!
2br/1.5ba/carport. W/D, 2
story, comm. pool, all
apple's pets ok. $950/mo.
954-684-9609
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Golf villa. 2br/2ba, at-
tached garage.
$1,000/mo. plus utilities,
furnished or unfurnished.
Lawn care & mainte-
nance included.
386-428-7209/ 478-3890
PALM BAY, Vista Oaks
West, 2/1.5 w/ fenced
courtyard. Large rooms.
Includes water, sewer,
Brighthouse cable, trash,
lawn. $850 321-795-2214
STUART Mariner Vil-
lage. Beaches, Golf,
Comm pool. Brand New
Luxury 3/2.5/1 screened
patio, Stainless steel &
granite kitchen. Totally
upgraded! New wood
blinds. On preserve,
$1250/mo + Sec. Call
Owner 954-249-6495



MELBOURNE 2BR/IBA
Duplex- Quiet st., back
deck. Near Wickham/
Aurora,$700.incl. w/d,wtr,
trash, pest. 321-693-2784
www.Your-Castle.biz
MELBOURNE 2BR/2BA
W/D Hook-up, very
clean, just painted,
private patio area.
$675/mo. Intracoastal
Property 321-255-1661


PALM BAY SE 2/2/1
home, Country Setting,
1240 sq ft, new carpets &
new paint, lawn maint.
incl. $800/mo + $800 sec
321-537-4878, 724-9365
SEBASTIAN new duplex!
3br/2ba/lcar. Spacious,
w/appl's, screened porch,
all tile, close to schools.
Small pets ok. $825/mo.
1152 Schumann Dr. Call
Elena 305-431-2830





RENT OW
BAREFOOT BAY: 2/2,
very clean, Florida room,
large utility room. Yard
maintenance incl., pool,
all amenities. $800/mo.
772-567-5997


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LAKES CC 55+, pool,
tennis, 2/2 furn, clean!
New fla rm, no pets,
non-smoker, $575/ mo or
seasonal. 732-920-9664



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Rte 60, 732 sq ft & finish-
ed. Glass window store
front & ample parking
$840/mo neg
772-766-6616





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TRANSPORTATION


JEEP CJ5 1975- V8.
3 speed. Mint Condition.
Completely Rebuilt.
$7,495.321-537-1994


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



BLOWN HEAD GAS-
KET? State of the art
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teed. 1-866-780-9041
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good, dark blue, looks
good in '& out, $975/obo.
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CHEVROLET 1984
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Blue 110,000 miles runs
great. New A/C. $995
772-663-6077
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321-537-1994
HONDA CIVIC '98 2dr.
EX Coupe. Runs good.
Black, sunroof, a/c, PS,
cruise, CD player, 5spd.
$4200. call 321-253-9358
HONDA CIVIC EX, '00, 1
owner, all maint. records,
new tires/battery, low mi.,
very good cond. in/out,
$7800. 321-757-3390.
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HONDA ELEMENT, '04,
39,811 mi., dk. blue/gray,
excellent cond. Moving -
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more info. 321-309-2923
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HYUNDAI ACCENT, '02,
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cold, 83K miles, excellent
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$9745. Price is firm, only
serious callers please.
321-636-3690 Lv. msg.
LEXUS ES300 1997,
pearl white, full power,
leather seats, sunroof,
exc. cond. 2nd owner.
$8K/OBO. 321-745-7329
LINCOLN. CONTINEN-
TAL Sedan, 74K miles,
silver, exc cond. $41K
321-984-1748 or email
smelbournebeach@aol.com

MAZDA MIATA Converti-
ble '96, Caribbean Blue,
automatic,83k miles, per-
fect, new timing belt, KnN
air filter system. Reduced
to $4900 firm. 321-951-
3731. See photo at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Ad# 23465
MAZDA MIATA, '97, 5
spd,120K,new top& glass,
blue, very good condition,
new timing belt/battery,
$4495. 321-255-7538
MERCURY GRAND Mar-
quis, '93, cold AC, newer
engine, clean interior,
78K miles, $2100/obo.
321-795-6080. See www.
HornfetownNewsOL.com
for photo. AD#23468
NISSAN 300ZX, 2+2, tru-
ly must see to appreciate!
Garage kept, new paint,
red, excellent condition,
$5300. Call 321-960-1866
See photo online at www,
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#23154
PORSCHE 944 CABRIO-
LET, '90, excellent condi-
tion, new top, good AC,
93K miles. A beauty!
$10,500. 321-723-6259
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#23472
PT CRUISER, 2001,
loaded, sunroof, low
miles, grandma driven,
very clean, $8000. Call
321-322-8224 / 501-7934
SATURN SC2 Coupe,
'98, silver/Tribal graphics,
spoiler, fog lites, alloys,
Kenwood, tint, 1 owner,
$5500/obo. 321-259-6140
SPECIALI Illness forces
sale/trade of '96 Sunfire
Convertible & '86 Buick
Somerset. both need very
minor repairs, will trade 4
small, reliable truck/suv.
My loss is your gain! Call
321-373-1923 Palm Bay


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FALCON SCOOTER,
cruise at 55 or 60 mph,
gets 70 mpg,remote start,
alarm sys., 43 mi., $1500.
321-863-2407 / 508-2149
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Sportster, '99,Model 883,
3500mi., upgradeds,mus-
tang seat, exc. cond.,
$5200. 321-956-1347
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
HARLEY HERITAGE
Soft tail, Anniv. Ed., '03,
loaded, silver/grey/blue
1134 mi., $12,000. 321-
795-7473 / 352-250-2576
HARLEY HERITAGE
trike, '02, black, just con-
verted, all extras,2842 mi.
$25,000. 321-795-7473 or
352-250-2576
HONDA CB650, 1982,
12,000 miles, new tires &
battery, good condition,
$1300 or best offer. Call
321-506-8718 / 956-6304
HONDA VTX 1300S,
2006, shield, light kit, sis-
sy bar & bags, 274 miles,
$8995 or best offer. Call
321-728-0024. See www.
HometownNewsOL.comn
for photo.
SUZUKI BOULEVARD
C50, 2006, 850cc, dark
metallic blue & dark grey,
less than 1000 miles,
$5950. 321-412-8004
TRAILER, MOTORCY-
CLE/ SCOOTER, Ken-
don, lights, brakes, $1500
321-777-3652
YAMAHA '03 TTR-250,
Like new, must sell. Ask-
ing $2300 OBO. Call
321-258-8690

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YAMAHA V-STAR Clas-
sic, '05, like new, very
clean, very low miles, ex-
tras. Asking $6900. Call
321-636-9297


17' PALOMINO pop up,
'94,sleeps 6,qn/dbl, stove,
sink, icebox, tinted win-
dows,like new,$2500.321-
768-0940 / 201-259-1416
See photo online at www,
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#23153

COACHMAN 32ft Ford
Motorhome, 2001,35k mi.
excellent cond.,complete
w/ A/C, generator, sleeps
6.$28,000. 321-956-6250

FLEETWOOD TRIUMPH
5th wheel trailer, '05,
39.5' long, 5 slides, king
bed, fp, W/D, like new,
$43,000: 321-956-9363

ROADTREK 2006
8500 mi. Looks newly
$68,000. 407-340-3368

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.

VINTAGE AIRSTREAM
International, 1971, 31',
all original, needs to be
refurbished, $1800/obo.
Call 321-725-9395

WINNEBAGO '04, Class.
C 25ft Motorhome AC,
generator, Ford V-10, vi-
nyl floor,46k miles, clean!
Stored in Rockledge.
$32K/obo.321-432-9125

WINNEBAGO BRAVE -
REDUCED! '99, 32ft, 40k
miles, queen & sofa bed,
appliances, in exc. cond.
$37,500. 321-759-5950




CHEVY BLAZER '98 LE-
new AC/tires, leather,CD,
loaded, runs/looks great,
132k well serviced miles.
$4300. 321-777-3454

FORD EXPLORER Sport
Trac, 2002, great cond.,
books for $11,500- asking
$9,000/obo 321-768-9584

FORD EXPLORER XLT
'96 V-8 Leather Int.
White, cold A/C, elec
windows. $3000 obo
772-321-0960


HONDA CR-V '05, Tan,
35k miles, automatic,CD,
exc. cond., original own-
er, always garaged, all
service records, loaded.
$16,995. 321-848-2061
HONDA CRV '00 Black,
5spd. 85K miles. Exc.
cond. NS, 2nd owner
since '02. Sirius. 6 Disc.
w/lpod input $9500. Call
for pics 321-773-2435
HONDA ELEMENT '04,
sunset orange, 51k high-
way miles, black interior,
airbags, CD, A/C, power
everything, fold down &
removable seats, fun to
drive, in great condition!!!
$13K. call 321-431-7519
Check Out Photo of SUV,
See Ad # 23317, at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
JEEP CHEROKEE LAR-
EDO '87. Black, runs
great. Well maintained.
$1500. 321-626-0472


Chevy 2500 4x4 Ex-
tended Cab Truck, 5spd,
8ft box, tow hitch, electric
brakes + tool box. $2900/
obo. 607-280-1269 Rkldg

CHEVY G10 Van, white
1995, 89K original miles,
tool bins inside, ladder
racks, new tires/brakes/
everything! Exc. Cond.
$2100/obo.321-733-2953

FORD F150 98', 4x4,
Lariat package, CD play-
er Am/Fm/Cass, Cold
A/C Exc. condition $9800
OBO 772-794-4682

FORD XL150 Extra Cab,
'95, 5 speed, 6 cylinder,
ice cold AC, $2795.
Please call 321-255-7538

GMC SAVANA VAN:
2002, 5.0L, AT, A/C, P/S,
White, 108,000 miles,
$7150. Well Maintained
Fair cond. 772-559-8590


GMC SONOMA SLS, '99,
3 drext. cab,4.3 V6, auto,
power&extras,gold w/bed-
liner & topper, only 69K,
exc. cond. Must see!
$6995. 321-725-3576
HONDA ODYSSEY, '06
EXL, leather, moonroof,
dual air, much more! Like
new, 10,300 mi., $25,500
321-984-4498 Indialantic
MAZDA B3000 '03, 4 dr
tan P/U w/ extra cab, V6,
automatic, cold AC, 26k
mi., tonneau cover + ex-
tras..$12K. 321-255-3310
MAZDA MPV, '97, 7 seat-
er sports van, exc. shape,
runs/drives great, loaded,
reliable. Must sell' mov-
ing! $3450. 321-223-4223
NISSAN, 4 cylinder, '90,
cab, booted, topper, cold
air, new tires, good condi-
tion, $2000 firm. Call
321-752-8195. See www.
HometownNewsOL.com
for photo.


6X10 VICTORY Cyc Trail
2004 Enclosed, roof vent,
side door, int. light, black
w/ nickel plate, like new,
$1950. 321-258-8690
CAR HAULER, aluminum
frame, tandem axles, new
tires, 10" wheels, heavy
duty ramps, $995. Call
321-631-9364 / 536-0422
MIRAGE IRONHORSE
16' enclosed motorcycle
trailer, '05, black w/dia-
mond plate, exc. cond.,
$4500. Call 321-258-1533




AIRCRAFT
FLYING CLUB SHARE
For sale. Fort Pierce
based Cherokee 180,
IFR,GPS. 772-332-7162

Affordable & Effective
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12' RETTEY Fishing
Pontoon, '04, 1998 25HP
Evinrude, remote control,
$2150. Below cost, needs
rail work. 321-454-4608
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.
2004 17' Triumph Center
console. Very low hrs,
set up for fishing. 50 HP
Yamaha. Bait well, Bimini
fishfinder, swimout.
$8500/obo 321-727-2559
ALUM. V-HULL 12' Little
Fisherman- 9.5 Evinrude,
electronics, rocket trailer,
new gas tanks- ready to
fish! $800. 321-768-0615

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BOAT SLIPS up to 45
feet. Orange Cove Mari-
na, Cocoa Beach $10 per
foot 321-783-8349
FOUR WING, 1986, blue,
23'8" aluminum trailer, no
motor, $795. Please call
321-725-0000
GRADY WHITE 208, Ad-
venturer, '99, rebuilt Ya-
maha 150hp, full cabin
cushions, head, drop cur-
tains, boat cover, Lee out-
riggers, fish finder, on lift
at dock, great condition,
$19,900. 321-543-8594
HUNTER SAILBOAT,
1981, 22', good condition,
$3000/obo. Call for de-
tails 321-632-3093 or cell
# 321-243-9216
JET SKIS w/ TRAILER -
Yamaha GP1200 '99 & a
Kawasaki FTX900 '00 -
both outstanding cond.,
very low hours, asking
$7200. call 321-426-9028
KEY LARGO, 16.5', '02,
center console w/bimini
top, 55hp Mercury, trolling
motor, w/trailer, like new!
$7500. 321-254-1059


PONTOON BOAT 2001
22ft Bennington,50hp Ya-
maha 0/B,live well, depth
finder, complete canvas,
exc. cond. w/ '01 trailer,
ready to launch $10k/neg
illness sale.321-956-6250
SAILBOAT 14.2' Capri
sailboat & trailer. Furled
Jib. $1000 obo.
772-871-0432
SEARAY SUNDANCER-
1993, 29ft, in immaculate
cond.,GPS, AC, autopilot,
microwave, TV, 2 show-
ers, stereo everything! 2
Mercury engines. Asking
$22K. call 321-431-2420
THANKS TAMMY
My Fiberglass Gamefish-
er sold. I want to thank
you and the Hometown
News for a job well done.
RH Ponce Inlet.
WELLCRAFT 22' 2000
Hardtop, walk-around,
5.7L Merc cruiser, I/O,
300hrs, New custom can-
vas, vacu-flush head, Fu-
runo chart plotter, Prof
maintained, Immaculatel
$22,000 Slip may be
avail. 386-451-0038




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