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FRIDAY, July 27, 2007


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BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer
Powerhouse medical, insurance
and legal lobbyists are lining the
trenches in Tallahassee for a bat-
tle, and Florida drivers are caught
in the middle.
Florida lawmakers are working


to reform and revise the state's
Personal Injury Protection car
insurance mandate before the
law sunsets in October.
Although PIP insurance has
been required since 1971, law-
makers say that in recent years
the system has become fraught
with fraud, which has driven
premiums higher.
Every Florida driver is
required to have PIP protection,
often called Florida no-fault
insurance. The system was orig-


finally designed to protect driv-
ers from delays in medical cov-
erage.
Regardless of fault, PIP insur-
ance pays $10,000 for accident
victims to seek immediate med-
ical treatment associated with
an accident.
State Sen. Bill Posey, R-Rock-
ledge, is the chairman of the
Florida State Senate's banking
and insurance committee, which
has been working to reform and
reinstitute PIP laws before they


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Index
Business A8
Classified B10
Community Notes..................A9
Crossword B9
Dining & Entertainment .... BI
Horoscopes BI
Out & About B3
Police Report ........................ A5
Sports B6
Travel A12
Viewpoint A6


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Jonathan Hadley, 17, skates at The Park, a new indoor skate park currently under construction,
on U.S. 1 in Melbourne.


Skaters' dream about to come true


Skate park nears
completion two
months after pitch
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Sometimes the
wheels of progress move slowly,
unless you are a skateboarder.
Last May, Eau Gallie High School
students asked the Melbourne City
Council to consider building a
skateboard park in their city.
Less than two months later,
they're watching a new park near-
ing completion in Melbourne's his-


toric downtown corridor.
"We are currently in the permit-
ting phase and hope to be opening
at the end of August or beginning
of September," said Heather Strick-
land, co-owner of The Park, a new
indoor skateboard venue next to
Riverview Park.
Ms. Strickland and her. grandfa-
ther, George Fouke, had been toy-
ing with the idea to build a skate-
board park inside the former
Badcock Furniture Store, two
blocks south of New Haven Avenue
on U.S. 1.
. After hearing the students plead-
ing with the City Council for a safe,
legal place to skateboard, they


scheduled a meeting with the stu-.
dents to discuss feasibility plans
and possible park features and
amenities.
From there, more supporters
came forward, including Team
Pain, a national design and con-
struction company owned and
operated by skateboarders.
"(Team Pain) creatively designs)
and (builds) challenging elements
with good flow and a balance of
learnable and advanced sections,"
said Ms. Strickland.
The meeting with the high
school students generated other
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expire.
"The real problem is fraud,"
Sen. Posey said. "We need to find
a way to provide the needed cov-
erage to our citizens and stop the
misuse of PIP policies."
The issue has pitted many of the
state's most powerful lobbies
against one another, though.
On one side are doctors, chiro-
practors and other medical serv-
ice providers who have been paid
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V-COPS program
training series
begins Sept. 11.
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE For
those who want to fight
crime and help neighbors
in need, the Melbourne
Police Department has
just the ticket.
The department's Vol-
unteer Citizens Observer
Patrol, or V-COP program,
plans to initiate a new
class of recruits beginning
Sept. 11.
"It's a great organiza-
tion," said V-COP field
training officer Marvin
Flynn. "Our police offi-
cers, :especially the guys
working on (street patrol),
really appreciate us."
V-COPs are highly
trained volunteers who
patrol in specially marked
vehicles to assist Mel-
bourne Police officers,
said Arla Tweedy, V-COPs
activities coordinator.
"Not only are they an
extra sets of eyes and ears
for the police department,
but they assist officers as
needed," said Ms. Tweedy.
"They perform traffic con-
trol, assist with DUI set-
ups, run radar, perform
vacation house checks,
assist citizens and much
more."
V-COPs have been
assisting Melbourne
police officers since 2001,
said Ms. Tweedy.
In 2006, V-COPs volun-
teered nearly 7,000 hours,
resulting in an estimated
savings to taxpayers of
nearly $130,000, Ms.
Tweedy said.
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Health First offers free vascular disease screening


Peripheral
arterial disease
affects 10 million
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Health First administrators
hope a free screening program
will detect a dangerous vascu-
lar disease before patients suf-
fer from the severe effects.
"We recognized that periph-
eral arterial disease was fairly
prevalent in the community,
but that it tends to go undiag-
nosed and untreated," said Dr.
Chris Finton, vice president of
the Health First Heart Insti-
tute. "It's such a shame to wait
until patients have gangrene
and need an amputation."
More than 10 million Ameri-
cans suffer from PAD, a condi-
tion where plaque blockages in


arteries can allow clots to form
and prevent blood from flow-
ing to muscles and tissues in
extremities.
Patients with PAD can expe-
rience increasing leg pain,
especially after exercising or
walking.
Presence of PAD can be a
marker for other serious car-
diovascular diseases, Dr. Fin-
ton said.
Coronary artery disease is
present in more than half of
patients with PAD. Nearly 29
percent of patients with PAD
will die during a five-year
observation window, mostly
from heart attacks, strokes or
abdominal aortic aneurisms,
Dr. Finton said.
"If we can detect a patient
with PAD, we can reduce this
... mortality," said Dr. Finton.


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Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Palm Bay resident Suzanne Haney receives a free peripheral artery disease screen-
ing from medical assistant Margarita Smith at Holmes Regional Medical Center.


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Skate Park
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ideas for park amenities.
"We will have a viewing
area with comfortable
seating, XBOX 360 and
other gaming areas as well
as a vending and small
concession area," said Ms.
Strickland.
Other features will
include a state-of-the-art


sound system and video
displays in several rooms.
A stage area for live bands
will offer another creative
outlet for local students.
"We feel we have really
encompassed so many
aspects to provide the
most enjoyable environ-
ment," said Ms. Strickland.
The combination of
public- and private-sector
participation seems to
have the park's construc-


tion on the fast track.
In May, when the council
first heard the students'
request for a skate park,
city officials considered
looking for grant money
and planning to create a
preliminary request for
proposals by mid-June.
With the participation
of Ms. Strickland, her
business partner, Julie
Cain, and Team Pain, ini-
tial construction and per-
mitting were already
under way by that date.
"(The Eau Gallie High
School) students are
thrilled that (the) develop-
er actually took the time
to ask them their opinion.
That's a first," said City
Council member Joanne
Corby. "They feel like
(they are) a part of the
skate park."
Ms. Corby, an advocate
of the project from the
beginning, is the council
member who asked for
time to allow the students


to address the city during
a regular meeting.
The students' multi-
media presentation
included computer graph-
ics, multiple speakers and
a short skit involving a
local police officer.
During the skit, Officer
Chip Weebe pretended to
confront skateboarders
who were searching for a
legal place to skate. He
then explained that the
city spends roughly
$10,000 a year on calls
related to illegal skate-
boarding.
"It is nice to see how a
school project can unfold
and fulfill an activity void
within our community,"
said Ms. Corby.
Skateboarders and busi-
ness owners are applaud-
ing the plans to build The
Park.
"We're extremely excited
about The Park opening in
Melbourne," said Amanda
Griffin, co-owner of Fed-


eration Skate Shop, at the
corner of Palm Bay and
Minton roads. "With all
the skaters and heat in
Florida, I think an indoor
park will do quite well.
The reason so many kids
are getting trespassing
warrants and in trouble is
because they haven't had
(new skateboarding loca-
tions) in so long. I'm
happy to see fellow private
citizens stepping up to the
plate to provide for these
often misunderstood
kids."
Skateboarders are
already congregating out-
side of the park to watch
crews build ramps, rails
and half-pipes.
"It's about time we got
an indoor park close to
home," said 17-year-old
Palm Bay resident and
Federation team rider
Paul Mackie.
When complete, The
Park will have far-reaching
advantages, Ms. Corby


said.
"The Park will benefit
not only our skateboard-
ers, young teens, and
downtown businesses, but
also be an upgrade for a
blighted area within our
community," said Ms.
Corby. "It seems like (The
Park's owners) have
thought of everything."
The Park's Web site is
also under construction.
When complete, skate-
boarders will be able to
purchase membership
packages and verify hours
of operation. The informa-
tion will be available in the
upcoming weeks at
www. theparkonline. net.
Meanwhile, those interest-
ed in more information
can e-mail
teachme20@hotmail. com.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
at Sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


Exhibition stops at local library


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
One of America's most
influential Founding
Fathers will come to life
this fall, thanks to a local
librarian's efforts.
The New York Historical
Society's interactive travel-


ing Alexander Hamilton
Exhibition will visit Palm
Bay's DeGroodt Library in
September.
Two years ago, Patricia
Portnowitz, the library's
director, successfully lob-
bied for the exhibit to
make a stop in Palm Bay.
The exhibit visits less than
a dozen locales nationally
each year.


In addition, the library
received a $9,169 grant
from the Florida Humani-
ties Council to help pay for
other programs and teach-
ing materials relating to
the man depicted on the
$10 bill,
"The exhibit is just won-
derful. A lot of people don't
know too much about
(Mr.) Hamilton," said Ms.


Portnowitz. "Mostly, they
just know about his (fatal)
duel with Aaron Burr (in
1804)."
Conceived illegitimately
in the Caribbean Island of
Nevis, Mr. Hamilton
became a self-made man,
Ms. Portnowitz said.
The 70-foot exhibit mim-


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Corrections


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for the Space Coast Pro-
gressive Alliance's Summer
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A story. in the July 20
edition of Hometown News
contained an error. The
Monte Carlo arcade
machines accept coins
and bills in addition to the
establishment's "Smart
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earned on machines, users
will need to use the smart
card. Hometown News
regrets the error.

In the July 20 edition of
Hometown News, 100-
year-old Mae Smith's name
was misspelled. Home-
town News regrets the
error.

In the July 20 edition,
incorrect information was
contained in the Police
Report. The correct
address for Ronald Fowler
is 2775 Summerbrook St.,
Melbourne. Also, Marcus
Thomas Wilson was not
charged at that same
address. Incorrect infor-
mation was provided to
Hometown News by the
Brevard County Sheriff's
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V-COP Mary Flynn performs radar checks in Melbourne. The Melbourne Police Department is seeking new volunteers
for an upcoming V-COPs class.


V-Cops
From page A1
Volunteer Mike Powers has been a
V-COP since the program formed.
"In this day of budget cuts, volun-
teerism is becoming more impor-
tant," said Mr. Powers.
Mr. Powers, who decided to get
involved after completing a 24-
year career in the military, has
watched the program expand since
its inception.
"We're beginning to grow," said
Mr. Powers. "The department has
gained enough confidence to allow
us to do more and more."
Police officers often express their
gratitude as V-COPs relieve them
from some of the more routine
duties.
"When there is a big accident at
the corner of Sarno (Road) and
U.S. 1, (the dispatcher) will send
several officers there," said Mr.


Flynn. "When we get there, we take
over traffic control and allow the
officers to work on investigating
the accident and talking to vic-
tims."
V-COPs participate in an eight-
week training program, with the
next session starting in September.
Candidates attend classes every
Tuesday from 6-9 p.m.
"New V-COPs will then be paired
up with veterans for a few months
to ensure they are trained up to
standard and are comfortable with
the responsibility that comes with
being a V-COP," said Ms. Tweedy.
There are currently 20 trained V-
COPs, and the department hopes
to add another 10-15 volunteers
with the upcoming class.
While their numbers are small,
the impact of V-COP volunteers is
huge.
Last year, V-COPs performed
3,934 neighborhood patrols, 1,030
shopping center patrols, 92 vaca-


tion house checks, 1,279 public
area patrols, 161 officer assists, 145
traffic control assists and 345 park-
ing citations, Ms. Tweedy said.
While many V-COPs have a mili-
tary or law enforcement back-
ground, no experience is neces-
sary.
"What volunteers do need to
bring to the table is a willingness
to learn and a commitment to the
Melbourne Police Department,"
said Mr. Powers. "V-COPs need to
be there when they say they are
going to be there."
Citizens interested in becoming
a V-COP must be at least 18 years
of age, have a valid Florida driver's
license and be willing to donate 12
hours per month. For information
contact Arla Tweedy at (321) 409-
3362.

Contact Gretchen Sauerman at
(321) 751-5961 or at
sauerman@hometownnewsol.com.


WEEK IN

REVIEW

Melbourne council rejects water tax
MELBOURNE In a reversal, the City Council failed
to approve an ordinance that would have added a tax
to municipal water service.
Last month, the council voted 4-3 to authorize the
creation of an ordinance authorizing the city to assess a
10 percent tax on water. The proposed ordinance failed
during the July 24 meeting when council member John
Thomas' motion to approve the tax was not seconded.
The tax was suggested by deputy city manager Amy
Elliott as a way to generate approximately $1.1 million to
help offset the budget shortfall anticipated in the wake
of the Florida Legislature's property tax reform bill.
One Melbourne resident, Beth Young, asked the
council to deny the ordinance.
"It is unconscionable that you would consider tax-
ing water," said Ms. Young. "You can only bleed the
residents so far."
Ms. Young implored the council to consider other
potential cuts to offset the revenue shortfall.
"How about withdrawing from the Florida League
of Cities?" said Ms. Young.
Only two council members, Cheryl Palmer and Richard
Contreras, discussed the motion prior to the vote.
"I'm not going to vote for this," said Ms. Palmer.
"Water is a necessity. I'm not going to burden (Mel-
bourne residents) with this extra tax."
Mr. Contreras asked Ms. Young if she thought the
state's property tax reform bill was addressing the
"root cause" of the problem.
"Are (we) fixing the problem, or just exacerbating
(the situation)?" said Mr. Contreras.
After Mr. Thomas' motion to approve the ordinance
was met with silence, Mayor Harry Goode offered
advice to his fellow council members.
"The seven of us have got to go out and find $1.2
million somewhere," said Mayor Goode.
A special meeting may be called in the upcoming
month to discuss other revenue sources or funding
cuts to balance the city's 2007-08 budget.

Brevard Zoo announces jaguar birth
VIERA A jaguar cub recently was born at the Bre-
vard Zoo is bonding with its mother, Masaya, said the
zoo's marketing director Andrea Hill.
"We are very excited to have our first jaguar cub born
at Brevard Zoo, and cub and mother are both doing
great," Ms. Hill said in a news release. "We at Brevard
Zoo take great pride in being a part of the (Association
of Zoos and Aquarium's) Species Survival Plan and
contributing to the survival of jaguars and ensuring
future generations will have an opportunity to learn
about these animals."
Brevard Zoo's conservation fund has provided more
than $7,500 in grants to support jaguars in the wild.
The zoo became the home of Masaya in April 2005.
The then-2-year-old Masaya was paired with the zoo's
male jaguar, Xinca, who was 4 years old.
Zoo staff is allowing the cub to get used to its sur-
roundings and it will be a few more weeks before the
sex can be determined, and the cub is not expected to
go on exhibit until sometime in September.
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Insurance
From page Al


through PIP coverage and
would like to see the sys-
tem remain as it is.
"This is important cover-
age that allows immediate
medical treatment without
having to worry about who
will pay for it," said Health
First Health Systems lob-
byist Bill Ellis.
Mr. Ellis said that more
than 40 percent of those
Health First treated follow-
ing auto accidents had no
other insurance.
Insurance providers are
lining on the other side of
the issue and want to see
the existing PIP laws expire
so that the costly service is
no longer mandated.
"There is certainly a per-
ception that returning to a
traditional tort system
would lower costs," said
Ross Buchmueller, presi-
dent and chief executive
officer with Privilege
Underwriters Reciprocal
Exchange.
Mr. Buchmueller said
fraudulent claims were to
blame for this perception
within his industry.
"They just want it to go


away," said Sen. Posey.
"But there are some things
that we can do to save it."
The insurance compa-
nies claim they can lower
the price and cost of auto
insurance if PIP, which the
industry claims is weighed
down with fraud, goes
away.
Mr. Buchmueller said his
company has avoided this
pitfall by limiting its mem-
bership.
PURE is a member-
owned company that lim-
its its membership prima-
rily to those with a high
"net worth."
But Mr. Buchmueller
said he understands his
colleagues concerns.
"While our members are
more likely to have other
insurances, for customers
without health insurance,
PIP can become a sort of
front-line insurance," Mr.
Buchmueller said. "In
other groups, though,
there is a substantial
amount of fraud."
"As a legislator, my posi-
tion is that we don't need
our hospital emergency


rooms to %
become
first line
wal k in -
clinics for
people who
have no -
money or
coverage,"
state Rep.
Bob Allen, Posey
R-Merritt
Island, said in an e-mail to
Hometown News, "but we
have to deal with the
fraud."
Sen. Posey said he would
like to see both sides sit at
the table to discuss revi-
sions that could both curb
fraud and lower premiums.
"Once we can get each
side to compromise, we'll
be able to come up with
workable solutions," he
said.
One point of contention
between providers and
insurers is a proposed rate
schedule for common auto
accident treatments, such
as chiropractic services.
Ralph Glatfelter, senior
vice president of the Flori-
da Hospitals Association,


said his industry was will-
ing to discuss a fee sched-
ule, as long as some form
of mandatory coverage
was reinstated to cover
accident victims' medical
expenses.
According to a 2007
Florida Department of
Transportation report, if
PIP insurance expires with
no replacement coverage
more than 4 million driv-
ers will have no auto insur-
ance at all.
Insurers argue that fraud
could be reduced if there
was less money to be made
through PIP claims.
Sen. Posey said he has
seen similar rate limits
work effectively with
worker's compensation
insurance, which the legis-
lature tackled in 2001.
"Since we passed work-
er's comp reform, includ-
ing the fee schedules,
we've seen rates fall," said
Sen. Posey, who authored
the worker's compensa-
tion reform laws.
Sen. Posey said such
laws were only possible
because healthcare


providers and insurers
were willing to work
together.
"In that case we were
able to sit together and
identify what was best for
the industry and the con-
sumers," he said.
Such a compromise has
been elusive in the ongo-
ing debate over PIP insur-
ance, though.
During the 2007 legisla-
tive session, Sen. Posey
proposed SB 1880, which
would have reinstated PIP
coverage mandates, but
limited treatment fees to
those under the current
Medicare program.
Fees not covered by
Medicare, such as those
for chiropractic exams,
would be "limited to the
maximum allowance
under worker's compensa-
tion rates."
The bill would have then
reinstated all of. the
remaining elements of the
PIP mandate.
After more than 20
amendments to the pro-
posal, which Sen. Posey
said essentially restored


the current PIP system, the
state Senate approved the
bill 37-0.
The Florida House of
Representatives refused to
consider the bill, and it
died on the house calen-
dar.
"It was amended so
much that any reforms
were pretty much gone,"
Sen. Posey said. "I have to
commend the House for
seeing that."
"Unfortunately, certain
segments of our society
have figured out a way to
make money off this sys-
tem and cottage industries
have been formed causing
the cost to be constantly
increasing," Rep. Allen
said in an e-mail to Home-
town News. "There needs
to be strict reform of any
abuses to bring this good
idea back into budget."
While no date has been
set, lawmakers agree that a
special legislative session
to deal with this issue is
likely to occur in Septem-
ber, before the current
mandates expire.

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


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West Melbourne
Police Department

Omar Lorden, 44, of 3063
Harbor City Blvd., West Mel-
bourne, was charged July 18
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.

Melbourne Police
Department

Christopher B. Clark, 50, of
105 Parkside Place Place, Indian
Harbour Beach was charged 12
July with battery on law enforce-
ment officer.
Lorna Cruz Hernandez, 30, of
3775 Crista Jean Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged July 12 with grand
theft.
Brooks Orton Roberts, 24, of
672 Sandpiper Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 13
with battery-domestic violence
and false imprisonment.
Willie D. Spivey, 71, of 1125
Gainey Drive, Melbourne, was
charged July 13 with felony bat-
tery.
Kenneth Martin Mayer, 44, of
2535 Trammel Ave., Melbourne,
was charged July 14 with bat-
tery-domestic.
Tina Marie Pierce, 28, of 3416
Wilderness Lane, Melbourne,
was charged July 14 with grand
theft.
Vincent C. Price, 41, of 308
Meridan Lane, Melbourne
Beach, was charged on July 14
with leaving the scene of an
accident without rendering aid.
Danny L. Sterling, 37, of 414
Minor Ave., Palm Bay, was
charged with shooting-throwing
a missile into a dwelling or vehi-
cle, criminal mischief, and
assault.
Lawson Ray Watts, 53, of 900
Atlantic St., Melbourne, was
charged July 15 with two counts
of battery-domestic violence,
and child abuse.
Antwon Lenard Brown, 24, of
1775 Steele St., Melbourne, was
charged July 16 with two counts
felony on-site violation of pro-
bation, resisting arrest with out
violence and driving without a
license.
Joanna Guerrero, 26, of 1720
Cozumel Drive, No. 1505, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 16
with battery-domestic violence.
Kristi Kay Caldwell, 32, of 222
Preston, Melbourne, was


charged July 18 with battery-
domestic violence.
Michael P Ruell, 42, of 138
Normady St., Melbourne, was
charged July 18 with possession
of cocaine, two counts of pos-
session of drug paraphernalia
and felony possession of a con-
trolled substance-contraband.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Dana Michelle Hastings, 35,
of 1533 Virginia Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 13
with failure to appear-felony.
Shawn Matthew Smith, 32, of
2120 Mobiland Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 13
with violation of probation.
Adrianne Lynn Jennings, 34,
of 820 Barnes Blvd., Unit C44,
Rockledge, was charged July 13
with four counts of grand theft.
Mary L. Walker, 32, of 3210 N.
Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne,
was charged July 13 with failure
to appear-felony.
Tammy Jean Kasel, 36, of
1773 Laderbak Court, Rock-
ledge, was charged July 13 with
battery-domestic violence.
Jonathan Mosby Kitchens,
23, of 2880 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne, was charged July 13,
with three counts of writing
worthless checks and acquiring
or obtaining a controlled sub-
stance by misrepresentation,
fraud, forgery or deceit.
Shaun Michael Compton, 23,
of 1620 Bridgewater Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 14
with being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a suspended
license.
Timothy Hason Harrison, 27,
of 674 Lofflier Circle, Palm Bay,
was charged July 14 with felony
failure to appear.
Keith Richard Snowden, 25,
of 2559 Brett Court, Melbourne,
was charged July 14 with viola-
tion of probation.
Darryl K. Snyder, 26, of 2016
Vista Oak Circle, N.E., was
charged July 14 with misde-
meanor failure to appear and
felony failure to appear.
John Joseph Hogan, Jr., 58, of
132 Gingerwood Court, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 14
with battery and attempt to
elude a police officer.
Thomas Charles Reynolds,
46, of 2685 Park Place Blvd., No.
5, Melbourne, was charged July


15 with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Courtney Ann Brashears, 25,
of 995 Braddock Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged July 16 with sale of
a controlled substance, posses-
sion of a controlled substance
with intent to sell and non-sup-
port.
Marie, Guccione Payne, 53, of
4151 Aurora Road, Melbourne,
was charged July 16 with felony
violation of probation.
Linda Thompson Polee, 55,
of 841 Sarno Road, Melbourne,
was charged July 16 with two
counts felony violation of pro-
bation, possession of parapher-
nalia, possession of cannabis
and two counts of felony viola-
tion of probation.
Barbara Anne Rush, 37, of
579 Avignon Drive, Melboume,
was.charged July 16 with felony
violation of probation.
Richard Joseph Peach, 26, of
995 Demeret St., Rockledge, was
charged July 17 with felony vio-
lationr of community control.
Marvin Otis Redhead, 34, of
1120 Early Drive N.W., Palm Bay,
was charged July 17 with two
counts felony violation of proba-
tion and resisting arrest without
violence.
Dennis Keith Vreeland, 44, of
2889 Carbuster St., Melbourne,
was charged July 17 with two
counts felony on site violation of
probation and resisting arrest
without violence.
Edward Lemound White, 28,
address unknown, was charged
July 17 with three counts of
felony failure to appear.
Michael S. McKinnis, 20, of
17778 Southland Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 18 with
felony.
* Brandon E. Miller, 18, of 1214
Zanzabar, Palm Bay, was
charged July 18 with possession
of cocaine.
* Nola Jane Roof, 43, of 5090 US
Highway 1, No. 8, Palm Shores,


was charged with violation of
community control.
Michael Sean Vandongen, 24,
of 630 Brevard Ave., No. 303,
Rockledge, was charged July 18
with felony violation of parole.
Joseph Frank Cerve, 55, of 60
Laddenberry Circle, Palm Bay,
was charged July 19 with felony
violation of probation.
Kenneth Bryan Dozier, 45, of
44 S. Femwood Drive, Rock-
ledge, was charged with felony
violation of probation.
Philip Joseph Elzas, 39, of
1935 Harrison St., Melbourne,
was charged July 19 with traffick-
ing a controlled substance.
David Johnson, 43, of 1814
Samo Road, Melbourne, was
charged July 19 with felony vio-
lation of probation and misde-
meanor violation of probation.
Clifton J. Jones, 27, of 2295
Marsh Harbor Ave., Merritt
Island, was charged July 19 with
grand theft, possession of drug
paraphernalia and resisting
arrest without violence.
Hugh Edward May, 51, of
3059 Abott Ave., Palm Bay, was
charged July 19 with two counts
of aggravated assault and resist-
ing arrest without violence.
Christopher W Monnin, 23,
of 1051 Starfire St., Palm Bay, was
charged July 19 with burglary.
Ruben Lee Oquendo, 41, of
458 Stemdal St., Palm Bay, was
charged July 19 with felony fail-
ure to appear.
Ernest Wayne Speer, Sr., 61,
416 Elsie Road, Melbourne, was
charged July 19 with lewd and
lascivious actions on a child.
Kenneth Alan Sullivan, 19, of
1157 Garfield St., Melbourne,
was charged July 19 with fleeing
and attempt to elude a police
officer, reckless driving and
speed racing on a highway.
* Lavonne Tracy Williams, 37,
of 1620 Wichita Road, Palm Bay,
was charged July 19 with felony
failure to appear and two counts
misdemeanor failure to appear.


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Hamilton
From page A2
ics the original Alexander Hamilton
Exhibition in New York, highlighting
different aspects of the early states-
man's life.
One of the leading authors of the Feder-
alist Papers, founder of the Federalist
Party and the first delegate chosen to
attend the 1787 Constitutional Conven-
tion in Philadelphia, Mr. Hamilton led a
noteworthy life both personally and pro-
fessionally.
According to Wildpedia.org, Mr. Hamil-
ton left the public eye after being accused
of adultery. His fatal duel with Aaron Burr
occurred after Mr. Hamilton was accused
of insulting Mr. Burr following the 1804
NewYork gubernatorial election.
Grant money will be used for curricu-
lum kits for teachers, as well as books,
brochures and other educational materi-
als.
"We're also having an essay contest for
high school students with a $100 savings
bond awarded to the winner," said Ms.
Portnowitz.
Events are not limited to the DeGroodt
Library. Nancy Grout, director of the
Satellite Beach Public Library will host
programs about Mr. Hamilton to coin-
cide with the exhibit's visit.
"We're happy to share and have a visit
by (Wayne State College professor Don
Hickey) portraying Alexander Hamilton,"
said Ms. Grout. "It's always interesting
when someone gets into character."
Florida Institute of Technology profes-
sor Robert Taylor will visit both libraries
to discuss "Hamilton's Vision and the
Florida Dream." The sessions will include
discussions about what was happening
in Florida during Mr. Hamilton's lifetime.
"If visitors can't get to one (session),
there will be programs throughout Sep-
tember," said Ms. Grout.
In addition to students, members of
local historical societies should consider
attending some or all of the programs,
Ms. Grout said.
Because many teachers work on their
curriculums over the summer, Ms. Port-
nowitz encourages instructors to call her
for information and scheduling.
'Any teacher who teaches about that
time period should give me a call," she
said.
All programs are free and open to the
public, Ms. Portnowitz said.
"The whole month of September will
be filled with activities," she said. "Watch
our Web site starting July 15 for a com-
plete schedule."
For information, call (321) 952-6318 or
visit www.brev.org. Information about
the exhibit is available at www.alexander-
hamiltonexhibition.org.
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Got something to say?

Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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


Who are the winners in this war?

In the time of war, there are few winners but many los-
ers.
When the war ends, there is a winner.
Says (Sen.) Harry (Reid), "We've lost this (Iraq) war."
He's probably right and if so, who is the winner?
Radical Islamics, liberal Democrats or was it a team
effort?
Clearly these are the two (who) will win because the
American military, as good as (it is), can't fight both.
So let's get this straight, if America wins this war, then
the Democrats lose in 2008?
There more interested in power than seeing us win the
war.
As far as I'm concerned, they are traitors.

Abuse of handicap parking shameful

On July 5, I watched blatant abuse of a handicapped
parking space and mirror tag.
Four women pulled into Woody's in Palm Bay in a gray
Buick Rendezvous at 11:40 a.m.
They began laughing when the driver pulled into a
handicapped space and got even more boisterous when
she hung a handicapped tag on her mirror.
They laughed all the way in to Woody's and were fol-
lowed by a Palm Bay policeman. One woman asked the
officer, "You're not going to tell on us, are you?"
He just laughed and walked away.
If I hadn't heard them and they weren't having so much
fun, I would have thought they might be legitimately
parking there.
Shame on all of you.

More buildings, fewer parks are way to go
Why waste even a square foot of land for a useless park?
Drain those lakes and cut down those unsightly trees.
We wouldn't want those seniors to have to move into an
already existing building since there are so few in Mel-
bourne.
Maybe a high school on the former Wickham Park site
should be planned now, too?
Certainly there are Melbourne City Council members
(who) know developers (who) would love to build on
parkland.
Thank God Melbourne is keeping up with the rest of
Florida.
C'mon now. Let's get those bulldozers in there and start
clearing.

Ignore the neighbors, no to building arenas
I am responding to two rants in the sJuly 6 Rants &
Raves.
First, the ranter with the inconsiderate new neighbor.
I see two options.
No. 1, go to that neighbor in a friendly way, maybe even
bring some brownies, keep a smile on your face and say
you're sorry to bother them but you've been admiring
their well-kept yard. "Then ask if you) could possibly
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to stay overgrown?
Also, how great that they have a leaf blower. Could you-
borrow that.to blow the leaves out to the road?
As for the junk up against the fence. Maybe they are
new to Florida and don't realize what projectiles junk
becomes in a hurricane?
So, offer your shed or garage or whatever to them when
it's preparation time for a hurricane.
Option No. 2, do nothing. Let it ride. In the big picture
of life, what's a few weeds. Leaves fly around everywhere.
Junk is the least of your worries. Should there be a hurri-
cane, your home could be a projectile.
Folks, you don't need a stroke worrying about this
inconsiderate neighbor.
Regarding rant No. 2, "Team builders should build own
arenas."
Yes!
Government dollars, my money, your money, without
even the ticket to go the game, should never, ever be
used for private profit.
There are too many real needs for those dollars.

Would trade places to
get 'inconsiderate' neighbor

To the lady or man who wrote about the inconsiderate
neighbor.
Consider yourself lucky that what you describe is an
inconsiderate neighbor.
We own a nice home in a nice neighborhood.
To the rear of us is a family with two pit bulls plus five
puppies and what looks like at least six adults and three
kids.
Their yard is our eyesore.
The dogs don't like us, either.
Across the street two houses down, there are cars com-
ing and going with their stereos blasting at all times of
the day and night. It looks like a drug dealer owns that
place.
Want to trade homes?
I'd be in my glory for your so-called problem.

Turn on headlights during rain storms

This is going out to people (driving) in the rain.
Can't they please put on their lights like they are sup-
posed to?


There's been a lot of people calling in to the radio sta-
tions when it's been heavy rain, complaining about driv-
ers, (who) by law they are supposed to have their head-
lights on and don't.
My father-in-law was killed by an 18-wheeler. He had
his lights on and the 18-wheeler didn't.
That's a real safety hazard.

Ranters wants answers about Islam

It is very disturbing when not one local Islamic leader
has come out to speak against Islamic extremists operat-
ing around the world.
Allah seems to provoke and endorse the killing of those
of other faiths.
If there is an Islamic leader out there who would speak
up, please tell us what if anything has Islam contributed
to world harmony.

Problems with donating to
Kids Sake not only in Palm Bay

I would like to respond to the person in Palm. Bay who
has been experiencing problems donating clothing to
the For Kids Sake Foundation.
This has been a problem for me within the past year.
I do not live in Palm Bay, I live near the King Center in
Melbourne.
Often they didn't pick up early in the day.
They ask for the clothing by they way they accept
adult items and bedding as well to be put curbside by 6
a.m. Then came the rain.
I used to call. Last time the number seemed to belong
to another company.
I have given up on the Kids Sake Foundation.
If you are really out there, please respond to us through
Rants & Raves.,
Confidentially, does it really matter who stole your
donations?
Perhaps it was the mother of four small children who
was in dire need of your generous donations.
Look at it this way and may God bless you for your gen-
erosity.
Editor's note: Myra Douglas of the For Kids Sake Foun-
dation was astounded to hear that items destined for the


) See RANTS & RAVES, A7


ers


Time to set
record straight on
ABC News report on
Churches of Christ
To the editor:
On July 6, ABC News, on
its "20/20" broadcast,
reported on the trial of
Mary Winkler, wife of
Matthew Winkler, preach-
er for the Church of Christ
in Selmer, Tenn.
I believe a response to
this broadcast is in order.
I have been a minister in
Churches of Christ for
(more than) 43 years and I
am currently the preacher
for North Melbourne
Church of Christ, which
meets at 3215 Aurora


road.
In no way shall I attempt
to justify what Mary Win-
kler did. She killed her
husband with a shotgun.
Only the Lord knows for
certain if her actions were
unavoidable.
My concern is the mis-
representations of
Churches of Christ that
were made by the
reporter.
One misrepresentation
was the reference to what
the reporter referred to as
"Church of Christ doc-
trine."
In reality, there is no
such thing. Denomina-
tional churches are set
apart by their various doc-
trines; this is what makes
each denominational


church unique.
However, Churches of
Christ are striving to
believe and practice only
that for which there is
spiritual authority.
We invite all who believe
in God and Jesus Christ
his son to obey the gospel
of Christ and be united
with us in living the Chris-
tian life.
Our pattern for such
obedience is the New Tes-
tament, the law of Christ,
to which all people who
are now living are
amenable.
Another misrepresenta-
tion was the claim that
preachers in Churches of
Christ are not allowed to
get a divorce.
This is simply not true.


I personally know of
preachers who are
divorced.
Christ gave one and only
one acceptable cause for
putting away one's mate
in a divorce and that is
fornication.
If a preacher in Church-
es of Christ should discov-
er his wife's guilt of forni-
cation, he may, as may
any member of the
church, obtain a divorce.
It is likely the case that
the reporter on "20/20"
was thinking in terms of
the clergy and laity in
denominational churches.
There is no such distinc-
tion made in Churches of
Christ because there is no
scriptural authority for
such.


It was also implied that
Churches of Christ are a
cult.
This was done by the ref-
erences to the harsh, strict
teaching that the wife is to
be in submission to her
husband.
Again, not so.
Members of a cult are
often brainwashed into
following the teachings of
their leader. Members of
Churches of Christ strive
to follow the teaching of
Christ and his apostles as
set out in the New Testa-
ment, but in matters of
human opinion, each
member is at liberty to
make his/her own deci-
sion as to what they
believe and practice.
The apostle Paul guided


by the Holy Spirit wrote,
"For the husband is head
of the wife, even as Christ
is the head of the church
and he is the savior of the
body."
So, the scriptures do
teach the wife to be in
submission to her own
husband; this may not sit
well with modern-day
feminists, bilt it is the
teaching of the scriptures.
The North Melbourne
Church of Christ wel-
comes all you read this
response to come and visit
with us and discover what
New Testament Christian-
ity is all about.

The Rev. Marlin Kilpatrick
Melbourne


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ly.
Items may be placed curbside, by the front door or in the
driveway of the home. The choice of location is up to the
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The organization requests that items be ready for pickup
by 8 a.m. However, the trucks are out throughout the day
picking up donations.
Donors who would like a time frame to expect the truck
should call the day of pickup and ask when roughly a
truck will be in the area.
Also, it is very important for the yellow cards that the
foundation sends to donors be put on the items. Drivers
are instructed to only pick up items with the yellow card
attached.
For information about scheduling pickups, visit
www.fksfl.com, e-mail vtorres@fksfl.com, or call (866)
514- 5437 or (407) 654-5960. You will have to leave a mes-
sage on the toll-free line, while you will get an actual per-
son on the second.

Move Daily Bread to industrial area
I read with interest the article about the business own-
ers that are impacted by The Daily Bread.
I have found it somewhat humorous in that Mr. (John)
Farrell said that he has been available to talk to anybody
at any time.
I myself have a business at the corner of Hibiscus
(Boulevard) and Pine Street. I have tried many times to
meet with Mr. Farrell and have not succeeded.
My minister at Trinity Presbyterian is on the board, or
was previously on the board, of Daily Bread and (he) per-
sonally sent Mr. Farrell two e-mails requesting that he
call me so we can sit down and talk.
It seems that (in) most of the papers, that the facts are
not brought out about the amount of damage done by
this institution's clients.
You'll notice on the riverbanks off U.S. 1 close to Hibis-
cus, in the graveyard on Hibiscus and other wooded
areas (there) are many, many homeless camps (and)
transients.
The reason they set up camp there is so they can be
close to Daily Bread.
In fact, it does attract transients. It does attract those
who commit crimes.
It is interesting that the study the city commissioned
and was completed in December listed in the back two
success stories dealing the homeless population.
Both of them were in pure industrialized areas and had
rules that were stringently enforced.
I would like to see the Daily Bread moved from its pres-
ent location, where it is impacting residential areas and a
mixed area, and put it in a purely industrial area or some-
where else.
Let's get bad drivers off the road
Even with the recent crackdown on speeders and reck-
less drivers on Interstate 95, deaths and accidents are the
same or higher.
I started paying more attention to the (police report)
section of the (paper)
Everyday the arrests read: "Driving with suspended
license," "habitual traffic offender," and "driving under
the influence."
On July 5, there were 20 of these kinds of violations list-
ed in just the previous day's crime log.


It is evident our law enforcement people are doing their
job, but they need our help.
Let's start out with confiscating whatever vehicle the
suspended license driver is illegally operating.
That vehicle is now gone off the road regardless of
whom it belongs to.
Along with the vehicle confiscation, a 90-day mandato-
ry sentence in jail would at the same time take the illegal
driver off the road.
It surely seems as if a very large group of drivers are
driving on a suspended license.
Could this be a "plea bargain" from a DUI?
MADD and I hope not.
The relentless job our police are doing to clear these
illegal and bad drivers off our roads is being counter-
manded by our courts and legal system.
How many times must our police ticket the same bad
drivers to get them off the road?
As long as these ticketed drivers can take a class and
remove the points from their record, the penalty for
higher insurance rates and license suspension cannot
become a viable deterrent.
Remember, fellow safe drivers and law abiding citizens,
you are paying for all these illegal and bad drivers on our
roads through your auto insurance premium dollars.
Contact your local and state representatives to enforce
our existing laws, do away with the "cancel my points"
classes and implement a vehicle confiscation law for sus-
pended license drivers who continue to drive and are
caught over and over by our police.
Let's help our law enforcement people clean up our
roads.

Ranter suggests Republicans
deport themselves
Republicans, you tell everyone else to "get real."
Are you serious?
What fantasy world are you living in?
You start an unjustified war that is bankrupting us and
is killing our soldiers for nothing and have the uncon-
scionable audacity to say that the numbers of dead are
relatively "inconsequential" and the rest of us need to
"get real."
Your administration has made us a far bigger target for
the rest of the world than we ever were before, and the
rest of us need to "get real?"
Your administration, even at the state level, is leaving
an unprecedented financial black hole for our children,
and the rest of us need to "get real?"
Your administration has made war on the environ-
ment, and the rest of us need to "get real?"
Your policies are not based in reality, and the rest of us
have had to pay for it.
Please do the country a favor and deport yourselves.
Instead of taxing water, find
more creative solutions
Taxes on city water is just wrong.
Water is a required element to maintain health. A
human being needs clean water and air to live. Water is
necessary for maintaining cleanliness and therefore
good health.
To tax water is to start sorting people into groups of
people who may live and who may die.
Healthcare is not readily available in our society
because we now have health insurance. My husband
called our doctor during the last week of June to ask
about his blood pressure prescription.
The doctor's office said they are now scheduling
appointments for October.


That's four months away!
Maintaining heath is really important especially when
medical care is not available even if people have health
insurance.
Clean water is a necessity for life and should not be a
taxable commodity. There really is a difference between
healthcare and health insurance.
Having fair taxes is important for a civilized communi-
ty.
Having a fair balance between collecting taxes and
offering services to a community is the responsibility of
our government.
Of course, a reasonable tax on local services is accept-
able.
But wait, creative solutions are available.
New buses have been purchased while high school stu-
dents whine about parking spaces.
So, charge each student who drives to school $2,800
each. That would be $10 a day for the privilege to drive
their car to school each day instead of taking the bus.
This parking charge can help offset the cost of all those
new buses.
Creative solutions are everywhere.

Instead of complaining, pick up some trash
Beach trash from the offshore boats and the two-legged
beach users has always been a problem.
It's just that there are more of each showing up on the
beaches.
The organized cleanup are a great help, with this, but
help on the local level is also needed.
Just be proactive when you go to the beach. Not only
pick up after yourself, but pick up a little more, too. You'll
be setting an example for others.
You will be rewarded with a little cleaner beach as well.
People will notice and also pitch in.
An example: I walk on the beach every other day. I walk
about 1 mile in one direction, then on the way back I pick
up the trash that has washed in or been left on the beach
from the last two days.
I carry a plastic grocery bag and fill it up every time.
(I've) been doing this for years, and others have noticed
and pitched in as well.
Be proactive and help, not just complain.

Third term for Bush causes sleepless nights
I had that terrible dream again about a third-term for
Bush.
Now that would be a nightmare.

Do Islamic leaders endorse terrorism efforts?
It is very disturbing when not one Islamic leader has
come out against Islamic extremists.
If there is one Islamic leader who cares about Ameri-
cans, let'him come forward.
It appears that Allah provokes and endorses the killing
of all those who are of different faiths.
Also, let some leader please tell us, just what has Islam
and Allah done to promote world harmony?
Editor's note: The University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill has listed statements by, several Islamic lead-
ers who have publicly declared that terrorism is not justi-
fied by Islam. That list can be found at
www.unc.edu/-kurzman/terror.htm.
Also, the group, Free Muslim Coalition Against Terror-
ism, was formed in response to the events of Sept. 11. Their
mission statement declares, "We believe in the re-interpre-
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3865 N. Wickham Road.
The testing qualifies
applicants for the evening
law enforcement academy,
which will begin in the fall.
The assessment fees total
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(321) 433-5638.

Beta Sigma Phi
elects officers
The South Brevard City
Council of Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority recently elected
new officers for the 2007-
08.
They are Nicki Woodrow,
president; Genie Jones,
first vice president; Shaari
Andry, second vice presi-
dent; Shirley Hammon,
recording secretary; Olga
Clarke, corresponding sec-
retary; and Charolotte
Haddox, treasurer.
For information, call Jew-
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Boating safety
course set July 28
PALM BAY- Coast Guard
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Bay road at Main Street.
Cost is $35, which
includes materials and
lunch. Free boat inspec-
tions will be offered.
Spanish textbooks are
available.
For reservations, call
(321) 254-0540.

True Sisters plans
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Participants are asked to
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Hospice offers
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PALM BAY A child
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planned 1-3 p.m. Aug. 6 at
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culture and Extension Ser-
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Participants will learn
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office. Parents and care-
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and their child's seat to be
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For information, call
Gayle Whitworth at (321)
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Literacy Alliance
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PORT ST. JOHN The
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training sessions Aug. 4
and 11 at Parrish Health-
care Center's new location
on Port St. John Parkway,
just off Interstate 95.
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Law" class will be offered
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evenings beginning Aug.
21 at Brevard Community
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radiation tissue damage.
This may also be used for
the primary treatment of
diseases such a decom-
pression sickness in
SCUBA divers, arterial gas
embolism and carbon
monoxide poisoning.
This facility is a service of
Holmes Regional Medical
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For information, call
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Aviation group
honors Melbourne
airports
MELBOURNE Avia-
tion Accreditation Board
International has awarded


a certificate of apprecia-
tion to Melbourne Interna-
tional Airport in recogni-
tion of its "commitment to
advance aviation educa-
tion standards worldwide."
A sponsor of the board's
winter conference in Feb-
ruary, the airport under-
wrote the cost of trans-
portation for members
and spouses during the
weeklong event.
For information, visit
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law office ofCamfield & San-
tomauro, has been nomi-
nated for barrister member-
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American Inn of Court.
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the sponsorship committee
chair for the Brevard County
Bar Association.
The Inns of Court is an
association that allows net-


working with senior lawyers
and judges and offers con-
tinuing legal action. Its mis-
sion is to foster excellence in
professionalism, ethics,
civility and legal skills.
As sponsorship chair, Mr.
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committee to work with
local businesses to sponsor
various various educational
events throughout the year.

Mercedes Homes
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promotion
MELBOURNE -
Throughout July, Mercedes
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blood pressure test," she
said.
Waiting times for the
screening program are
short because the patients
must make appointments
for the free session.
When* they arrive,
patients are given a "PAD
Self-Test" questionnaire,
asking about lifestyle arid
health issues that increase
the likelihood of PAD.
"For those less than (age)
55, the risk is low, unless
they have significant risk
factors, .(such as) diabetes,
high blood pressure or
being a cigarette smoker,"
said Dr. Finton.
Patients are also asked if
they are more than 25
pounds overweight, eat a
high faet or are physi-
cally inactive.
Ms. Haney made as
many lifestyle changes as
possible to reduce her like-
lihood of developing PAD.
"I'm 54, and I'm trying to
stay healthy and active,"
she said.
The results of the screen-


ing are available immedi-
ately, so patients don't
need to wait for a second
appointment or a letter in
the mail.
If the screening test indi-
cates a possibility of PAD,
patients are given written
results to share with their
personal physician.
"Occasionally, we'll have
a patient with a critical
finding," said Dr. Finton.
Those patients can be
immediately transferred
to a specialist at the hos-
pital. Patients with a high
or moderate likelihood of
PAD can receive a referral
to one of more than 15
vascular specialists
throughout Brevard, if the
patient does not already
have a physician.
Since the program's
inception last March,
more than 450 residents
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said Health First project
specialist Chris McGahey.
New locations are being
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The only thing left to do
was give a little push and I
would be virtually
freefalling nearly 300 feet
toward the ground.
When the day began, I
was definitely not thinking
I would be in that position.
I had made it clear to my
wife and my boys that no
matter what happened
that day, not to expect me
to get on that ride.
Nevertheless, there I was
suspended in the air, and it
was my turn to go.
Actually, getting me to
the park at all was quite a
feat. I had made a decision
a while back not to go
again: Too many people
and too little water, if you
know what I mean.
However, it was my old-
est son's birthday, and I
had put it off long enough.
As I entered the park,
Der Stuka kept haunting
me. Not the ride, but the
fact that I knew that fear
was keeping me from the
best ride in the park.
It wasn't always like this.
There was a time 20 or so
years ago that I couldn't
wait to get to the biggest
rides in the park.
I would spend the day
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and over again, loving the
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JASON LINKOUS
Finding New Life
the freefall.
Over the years, things
can change and our eager-
ness to take the big rides of
life can diminish.
So, there I was.
After about a minute, the
teenagers who were in the
line behind me started to
stir.
I knew it was time. I had
to make a decision to push
myself over the edge or to
walk 300 feet down a spiral
staircase to the safety of
the ground.
At one point, I think I
asked the attendant to give
me a push, but that wasn't
how it worked.
I had to push myself off
the edge.
I had a chance to show
myself, my wife and my
boys that I still had it. I
wasn't too old or too scared
to take the leap of faith.
For a split second my life
flashed before my eyes as I
pushed off.
As I started the freefall, I


let out with all the life in
me and at the top of my
lungs a one word prayer,
"Jesus!"
I finally open my eyes as
I came to a stop at the end
of the ride and saw an eld-
erly man starring down at
me with a smirk on his
face. As he leaned toward
me, he asked, "Did he
help?"
Obviously, the gentle-
man had heard my one
word prayer from six sto-
ries up.
After realizing I was still
on this side of eternity, I
responded, "Of course, he
did. I'm alive aren't I?"
There is something deep


down in each of us as we
walk along the safety of the
ground that really wants to
take the freefall rides in
life.
The push of faith makes
you alive, so don't give into
fear and miss out on all
that you have been created
for. As you make your deci-
sion to go for it, don't for-
get my one word prayer.
This is life. Enjoy the
ride.

Jason Linkous is the exec-
utive pastor of New Life
Christian Fellowship, 6755
S. Washington Ave. in
Titusville. Contact him at
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station of Islam for the 21st century where terrorism is
not justified under any circumstances."

Taxpayers always on losing side

I am tired of all the excuses given by our government
officials.
Our representatives need to demand honesty and
integrity of themselves and all others, including feder-
al, state, county and local officials. We should be
demanding it of ourselves as well.
The press has the responsibility and duty to monitor,
question, investigate and inform people.
The majority has failed us.
On the local scene, the county and local govern-
ments are bemoaning the loss of tax revenue.
I had long ago tried to get developers to pay the true
cost of additional infrastructure and services in their
impact fees.
We all know they didn't.
They raised our taxes to offset these costs.
Developers won and we lost, and we will continue to
lose.
Enough is enough.

Immigrants, Americans should obey rules

To compare these illegal (aliens) to honest Scots,
Irish, Germans, Italians, etc., who applied for citizen-
ship through the proper channels, and who waited a
long time to become a part of this great country, is
insulting to all of us.
To allow people to cross our borders illegally, and
accept it, will only eventually make us a Third World
country.
Let's keep America great by having all people live by
the rules.

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(I'd like) to remind everyone that they are supposed
to put their (headlights) on when it's raining, and that
even includes when it's drizzling.
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Never really thought of
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When I set up a group
tour of Singapore, Bali and
Thailand last spring, I
thought why not? We'd be in
the neighborhood and
maybe it was time to see the
temples ofAngkor.
It didn't take long to realize
it was the right choice.
Our journey began when
we flew from Bangkok to
Siem Reap. Upon arrival, we
lined up for our visas.
Immediately, I noticed most
people had visa photos with
them and I thought, "How
did I miss that?"
Would I have to beg for
mercy at immigration to get
Eg my group through, or would
O my "everything will work
out" traveling adage come
true again.
Nervously, I went first and
found that visas cost $20
with a photo and $22
without.
That was a bargain and a
relief.
Soon we all had our visas
and sailed through onto
Cambodian soil.
After meeting our driver,
we took in downtown Siem
^ Reap.
We passed many fine
hotels and saw even more
being built. Clearly, the big
hotels had bet AngkorWat
would become the new "it"
place for tourists.
Ifyou've been to Egypt,
Peru and India, you're
probably looking for the
next tier of spectacular
sights, such as Bhutan, Petra
andAngkor.
By the number of tourists
we saw the next day, I would
say the hotels had won their
bet.
As for us, we headed to
Angkor Village Resort and
Spa for our stay.
Upon entering, we were
overwhelmed by the lush
gardens, ponds, fountains,
dark woods, bright tapes-
tries and smiling faces. It
was such a lovely oasis,s and
we were delighted.
Then we went to our
charming canopied bed-
rooms, complete with huge
bathrooms, all overlooking a
narrow pool that wound
endlessly through the resort.
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paradise.
After a swim, we set off for
a dinner show featuring
traditional Cambodian
dances. It was colorful and
lively, but we made it an
early evening since we had a
full day of touring planned.
After breakfast, we met
our guide and set off to see
Siem Reap's main attraction,
the 12th century temples of
Angkor.
As we drove into the huge
complex, we headed to
Angkor Thom first. The
problem was, everyone else
did, too.
People were streaming
through the majestic
Buddha-faced gates on
bikes, tuk-tuks, elephants,
buses and on foot.
It was noisy and hectic.
Despite the crowds, what
we saw was amazing. After
all, to be in the presence of
so many serene faces of the
Buddha puts you at ease.
By the time we got to the
main temple, we had seen
216 Buddhas in all.
Climbing through Angkor
Thom, we passed many of
the 11,000 carved bas-
reliefs, depicting ancient
Cambodia life. It was
certainly impressive.
Afterward, we rode an
elephant, prayed with some
of the local monks and did a
bit of shopping.
Next, we were off to
AngkorWat, the world's
largest religious structure..
Dedicated to the Hindu
god Vishnu, its design
symbolizes mythical Mount
Meru and the creation story.
We began our spiritual
journey by crossing the
temple moat and then


winding through the
passageways and shrines of
AngkorWat.
Once we climbed the
steep steps to the central
tower symbolizing the
mountain, we completed
our journey.
After the climb, we were
hot and tired, but in awe of
the experience.
After lunch and a swim,
we headed to Ta Prohm.
This Buddhist temple was
the most magical of all.
Unlike the other well-
preserved Angkor sites, this
temple was overrun by the
jungle. The roots of the
indigenous Sal trees had
torn the complex apart,
creating an amazing maze
to wander through.
"Lara Croft: Tomb Raider"
was filmed here, and our
guide confessed he named
one daughter Angelina after
the famous star.
With the sun setting and
the day cooling, we found it
hard to leave this com-
pelling site.
The next day some of us
went back to Angkor Wat for
sunrise, while others took a
boat ride on Tonle Sap Lake.
Here people live in
houseboats and junks to
avoid the cost of living on
the land.
There were floating
homes, schools, churches,
stores and even a floating
merry-go-round.
Then it was time to leave
Siem Reap.
We wanted to stay longer
at our hotel, see more sights
and meet more kind people.
As we returned to the
airport though, passing
through immigration once
again, I realized how lucky
we were to have gotten our
visas so easily and to have
visited Cambodia at all, a
place we now loved!

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A few times a year, I
would plan a romantic
dinner for my husband
and I.
The kids were sent to
friends for a sleepover.
Then we each wore an
outrageous outfit befitting
the occasion. (I highly
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My late husband, Bill,
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way. If a little was enough,
more was better.
One time, lobster was
the dinner choice and the
day before our special
evening, Bill came home
with "the lobster," a 14-
pound monster.
The next morning I
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lobster to be ready to broil
that evening. I decided to
kill the lobster in boiling
water since the other
choice was to insert a knife
into the center of its body.
This brought back
unpleasant memories of
claws reaching up and
surrounding the knife (and
my hands).
I was alone in the house
as I brought a huge
canning pot filled with
water to a boil.
Picture this: A 5-foot-s2-
inch tall woman, weighing
less than 120 pounds in
front of a pot that reaches
her chest. I plunged the
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into the boiling water, and
covered the pot.
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claws he began ascending
to heaven. It was a battle
and he was winning.
I had no choice but to
continue, since releasing
the cover would cover me
with boiling water.
As the pot was shaking,
my arms were vibrating
from the extreme force of
this creature.
What was only a few
minutes seemed like hours
until finally he
succumbed.
I was totally hysterical
and felt this dinner idea
was a bad one.
Finally, he was ready to
be broiled later that
evening.
Although the evening,
the music the ambiance
and "my honey" were
perfect, I couldn't eat a
bite.
Every time I closed my
eyes I could see this
creature fighting for his


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pounds!

Try asking for the lobster
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reaction is priceless. The
question, "What are you
going to do with them?"
Of course then comes
the story of the great sauce
and invariably a quick
scribbling of the recipe.
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COCOA A free literary lunch will fea-
ture Marshall Frank, a retired captain
from Metro-Dade Police Department in
Miami.
The event will be noon to 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 1, in Room 103, Lifelong
Learning Center, Brevard Community
College, 1519 Clearlake Road.
Bring a brown bag lunch. For informa-
tion, call the Moore Cultural Center at
(321) 433-7355 or (321) 433-7353.
Frank will speak about his new book,


"From Violins to Violence: Memoirs of a
Virtuoso Homicide Detective," which
tells the inside story of growing up as
the stepson of a mafia-style mobster.
Mr. Frank, who became Miami-Dade's
premier homicide investigator, was
called in 1980 to testify before the U.S.
Congress about the problems of violent
crime in America. He lives in Mel-
bourne with his wife, Suzanne, a sculp-
ture artist.
A former symphony violinist, Mr.
Frank has written five suspense novels
and three non-fiction books.


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concert returns


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Southern Jam Promoters
presents its fourth Dog
Days of Summer Jam 4
concert Saturday, Aug. 4 at
the Melbourne Auditori-
um, featuring the Edgar
Winter Band and Rick Der-
ringer.
VIP, VX and general
admission tickets are
available.
VIP tickets are $80 and
include front row tables,
dinner, with choice of
prime rib or smoked
chicken, peel and eat
shrimp, garlic red pota-


toes, green bean Alman-
difie and beer and mixed
drinks. Wait service
included.
VX tickets are $65 and
include tables near the
front, all-you-can-eat
peel-and-eat shrimp and
all-you-can drink Bud-
weiser beer.
VIP and VX tickets must
be purchased in advance
and admission is at 6 p.m.
General admission tick-
ets are $30 and only avail-
able the day of the show.
For information, call
(321) 723-1100 or visit
www.southernjam.com.


Weldon representative

speaks to GOP women


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

MELBOURNE The
Melbourne Area Federat-
ed Republican Women will
meet at 11 a.m. Wednes-
day, Aug. 1, at the At East
Club Restaurant, Indian
River Colony Club, 1600
Old Glory Blvd.
Fred Kirchstein, district


director for Rep. Dave
Weldon, will give an
update on immigration
and terrorism issues.
Reservations are needed
by July 30.
For information, call
Barbara Davis at (321)
727-1212 or visit
www. melbournegop-
women.org.


Grammy
From page Al 3


sprinkle with seasonings.
Broil 10 to 15 minutes.
Serve with melted butter
and wedges of fresh
lemon.

LOBSTER IN
MARINARA SAUCE
(NIB)
Serves four
Save body and shells
from lobsters.
Prepare Marinara sauce.
Add shells and cook for
about 20 minutes longer.
Discard any empty
shells.
The little legs are
delicious. Using a biting-
sucking technique, you
can extract delicious
morsels of meat.

MARINARA SAUCE
1 large (28-ounce) can
crushed tomatoes with
added puree or 1 large
can whole tomatoes,
processed
1/4 cup extra virgin olive
oil
2 large cloves garlic,
chopped
1/2 teaspoon oregano
3 or 4 fresh basil leaves,
cut up
Few sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped; or 1


teaspoon, dried
Salt and pepper to taste
Saute garlic in oil until
golden. Add remaining
ingredients; cover and
simmer for 30 minutes.
Stir occasionally.
Too thick? Add a little
water.
Season to taste. Spice it
up with a few shakes of
crushed red pepper.

Let's talk: Arlene Borg,
the Grammy Guru, is
available for talks from
south Vero to Hobe Sound,
call (772) 465-5656 or
(800) 823-0466.
NIB: When a recipe is
not in Mrs. Borg's cook-
book, it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
Buy the book: For an
autographed cookbook,
"Romancing The Stove
With the Grammy Guru,"
send $19.50($15 book, $1
tax and $3.50 for shipping
and handling) to: Arlene
M. Borg, 265 S. W. Port St.
Lucie Blvd., No.149, Port St.
Lucie, FL 34984.
Check, Visa, Master Card
or Paypal is accepted.
Books are also available at
local bookstore.
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LISA M. ONORATO
The Hype

Art walks

offer

insight

I've found myself in the
Brevard Art Museum a
lot this summer.
Sure, it may seem like
just part of the job but the
more I'm there, the more I
realize I'd be there even if
it wasn't part of my
current gig.
Since summer began,
the museum has hosted
several modern art
exhibits that have
intrigued me, from the
intricate paper box work
of Joanna White, to the
mono-prints of Ted
Meyer.
Those who feel that
museums are a bit stuffy,
or who feel intimidated
trying to decipher the
complex messages of the
artwork, should consider
attending a gallery walk.
At a gallery walk, the
artist gives a tour of his or
her exhibit. During the
tour, the artist offers
insight into the process of
creating art, as well as
answers questions from
the crowd. Most gallery
walks are on Thursdays,
when admission is free.
The crowd usually
consists of local artists,
who ask the best ques-
tions, as well as museum
exhibit guides and
curious art fans.
Plus, dipping into the
Brevard Museum of Art is
a cool way to beat the
heat.
I usually leave there
feeling charged up, and I
think you'll be surprised
at what an afternoon with
the arts can do for you.
The Brevard Art Muse-
um is at 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne.
Current exhibitions
include:
* 'Scarred for Life:
Mono-prints of Surgical
Scars' by Ted Meyer.
* A collage art collec-
tion, 'One Thousand and
One Nights and More,' by
Grace Leal.
* A mixed media exhibit
by Donna Bitner.
Admission is $5 for
adults, $3 for seniors and
$2 for children and
students with I.D.


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BSO broadens offerings

'Musical Kaleidoscope'
set for 2007-08 season
BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer


Brevard Symphony Orchestra's
2007-08 season will present a
colorful palette of performances.
"A Musical Kaleidoscope" will
unofficially kick off with a free
family concert in September,
followed by the season's official
first concert Oct. 6.
The Sept. 16 event is one of two
free family concerts the BSO
offers each year. This year's
theme, "What Music Means to
me" will be offered at 2 and 4
p.m.
"Last year we couldn't seat
everybody," said Mary Daugher-
ty, marketing director for the
BSO. "We're doing two shows this
year, so there will be plenty of
room."
"What Music Means to Me" will
feature performances by the BSO
and the Youth Orchestra and an
activities center where adults
and children can try instru-
ments. In keeping with the
theme, conductor Christopher
Confessore and several BSO
members will share what music
has meant to them.
The first concert of the season
represents the BSO's desire to
immerse patrons in a sea of
sound.
"A Musical Kaleidoscope" Oct.
6 will be a "prism" concert, where


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Photo courtesy of Brevard Symphony Orchestra
Christopher Confessore is the conductor for the Brevard Symphony
Orchestra. The BSO recently announced its 2007-08 season, 'A Musical
Kaleidoscope,' which will kick off Oct. 6. For information, call (321) 242-
2024 or visit www.brevardsymphony.com.


musicians will perform on stage
and throughout the hall.
"We've never done this before,"
Mrs. Daugherty said. "The
concert will feature smaller
pieces and showcase different
instruments. You'll watch a small
group of musicians on stage and
then listen to someone play on
the balcony."
Mrs. Daugherty said the most
anticipated concert of the season
is "An Evening with Marvin
Hamlisch" Feb. 22.
Mr. Hamlisch's compositions
include the score and song for


the movie "The Way We Were"
starring Barbara Streisand and
Robert Redford, "The Sting" and
"A Chorus Line."
"We're going to host a meet-
and-greet fundraiser after the
show," said Mrs. Daughter.
This year, the BSO will reintro-
duce matinee shows for three
concerts.
Matinees will be offered in
January, February and March.
"We used to do matinees a long
time ago," said Mrs. Daugherty.
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"They provide opportunities to
enjoy the orchestra for families
and seniors who have trouble
driving at night."
The following is the BSO 2007-
08 season breakdown:
'A Musical Kaleidoscope' at 8
p.m., Saturday, Oct. 6. Includes
selections from Paul Dukas,
'Wagner, Mozart, Straiss Jr.,
Leonard Berstein and more.
'Italian Landscapes' 8 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 17. Features
violinist Corey Cerovsek and
selections from Adam Guettel,


Ottorino Respighi and Edward
Elgar.
'Christmas at the King
Center' 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15.
Features the Brevard Communi-
ty Chorus and seasonal selec-
tions.
'Musical Giants' at 2 and 8
p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19. Features
pianist Andrew von Oeyen and
selections from Elliott Carter,
Beethoven and Robert Schu-
mann.
'A 100th Birthday Salute to
Leroy Anderson' at 2 and 8 p.ni.
Saturday, Feb. 4.
'An Evening with Marvin
Hamlisch' at 2 and 8 p.m. Friday,
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'17th annual Space Coast
Wine & Beer Festival' fundraiser
from 5-8:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb.
24, Features BSO performance
and wine and food samples from
more than 30 local restaurants
and caterers.
'Faure's Glorious Requiem'
at 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, March
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Hardenbergh, baritone Anthony
Offerle and the Brevard Commu-
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'Romantic Russians' at 8
p.m. Saturday, April 12. Features
violinist Sheryl Staples and
selections from Nikolai Rimsky-
Korsakov, Serge Prokofiev and


The museum is open
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
Admission is free on
Thursday.
For information, call
(321) 242-0737.


BENEFIT FOR JOHN RUSSELL'S FAMILY
John is a 44-year-old man who has liUed in the NMelbourne:\ero area for 41 I"
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s married to his wife Tracy for 4 sears. John and TracN tried for 10 years to
hase a child and %were blessed to ha'e a son,.\Vatl. who is now 2 1/2 %ears
old. WVatl will not get the chance to grow up knowing his father. In January
this year, John developed an infection, in his left arm. This was a rapidly
progressive "flesh eating" infection which did not respond well to treatment. "r
The doctors here sent John to Shands Hospital, where his arm had to be
. amputated at the shoulder. John then developed many complications,
including abscesses on the brain, an aneurysm and several strokes. After .
enduring many, many procedures and intensive treatments. John died in July.

Tracy is an employee of the Primar) care of the Treasure Coast: she has been
x Dr. Saver's assistant for 17 years. PCTC doctors and employees are together

from ll:00-3:00p at the Best 1\estern/Coppertops of Vero on Route 60. There
will be BBQ. a lise band and raffles. The price for the tickets will be $20.00 ."
donation.

The doctor's of PCTC hase also established a benefit account at Seacoast
Bank 3730 7th Terrace. Vero Beach. FL 32960 in Trac/A\atlt Russell's name
(benefit account). Donations can be made to the account.

Thank you for your support and prayers for John's family. If anyone has any "
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This weekend

Blues: The Buckateers
will perform at 7 p.m.
Friday, July 27, at Hurri-
cane Hank's Saloon, 260
N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-
0107.
Classic/modern rock:
Probable Cause will
perform at 9:30 p.m.
Friday, July 27, at The
County Line, 4650 W. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Call (321) 726-0146.
* Soul: The Billie Lee
Soul Revue will perform at
9:30 p.m. Friday, July 27,
at Lou's Blues, 3191 N.
A1A, Indialantic. Call
(321) 779-2299.
* Live music: The John
Quinlivan Band will
perform a variety of music
from rock to blues at 9:30
p.m. Friday, July 27, at
Malabar Mo's. Call (321)
725-8374.
* Classic rock: Strobe
will perform at 4 p.m.
Friday, July 27, at Sandbar
Sports Grill, 4301 Ocean
Beach Blvd., Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 799-2577.
* Original acoustic rock:
5th Avenue Onlys will
perform at 10 p.m.
Saturday, July 28, at the
Cottage Pub, 366 N.
Orlando Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 784-


LoPressionism plans
August workshops

MELBOURNE The
LoPressionism Gallery of
Fine Art, 1010-B E. New
Haven Ave., is sponsor-
ing two workshops in
August.
Registration deadline is
Aug. 18. A $20 non-
refundable deposit is due
at registration.
For information or to
register, call (321) 722-
6000.
Going Digital for
Artists: 10 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25.
Learn how to photograph
artwork, format it elec-
tronically and upload
photos using Zapplica-
tion. Basic computer
skills are necessary. $100.
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Vassili Kalinnikov.
Ticket prices for individual
performances vary from $20 to
$75. Subscriptions are available
for $150, $180 and $222. Teach-
ers and students receive a 50
percent discount in selected
areas.
All performances will be at the
King Center for the Performing
Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne.
For information, call the BSO
at (321) 242-2024 or visit
www.brevardsymphony.com.

Contact Lisa M. Onorato at
(321) 751-5963 or e-mail The-
Hype@HometownNewsOL.com.


2155.
Reggae Sunday: 23
Treez will perform at 3
p.m. Sunday, July 29, at
Crown Plaza Hotel, 2604
N. Highway A1A, Indi-
alantic. Call (321) 777-
4100.
Blues: WFIT presents
blues singer Candye Kane
at 8 p.m. at Lou's Blues,
3191 N. AIA, Indialantic.
Tickets are $12 in advance
for WFIT members; $15
for nonmembers. Tickets
are also available at the
door for $15. No dis-
counts given at door. Call
(321) 674-8950 or (321)
779-2299.
Jazz Jam: Caf6 Flamant
will host a jazz jam at 7
p.m. Monday, July 29,
featuring the Mark
Hubrouck Trio. Caf6
Flamant is at 313 Delan-
noyAve., Cocoa. Call (321)
631-0505.
Meet CEO of Brevard
Art Museum: The Brevard
Art Museum will host a
welcoming reception for
its new president and
CEO, Karl Hollander, from
5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
July 31. Call (321) 242-
0737.

Contact Lisa M. Onorato
at (321) 751-5963 or e-
:mail thehype@home-
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constructed templates to
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'Blithe Spirit'
auditions Aug. 13-14

MELBOURNE Audi-
tions for Noel Coward's
"Blithe Spirit" are sched-
uled at 7 p.m. Aug. 13-14
at the Henegar Center for
the Arts, 625 E. New
Haven Ave.
There are roles for two
men and five women. No
experience is necessary.
For information, call
(321) 723-8698 or visit
www.henegar.org.

Harris sponsors
'Broadway
in Brevard'

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Corp. is the exclusive title
sponsor of the new
"Broadway in Brevard"
series at The Maxwell C.
King Center for the
Performing Arts.
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Wind intrumentalists
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Central Florida Cham-
ber Winds will perform at
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Mark's United Methodist
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Indialantic.
Central Florida Winds
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Nov. 4 at Holy Trinity
Episcopal Academy, 5625
Holy Trinity Drive,
Melbourne.
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April 6.
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(321) 223-6688 or
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The production stars
Jenny Hickman, Annette
toro and Ryan Reichel
with special guest cantor
Pat Hickman. Manfred
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OBOUT


FRIDAY, JULY 27

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 activi-
ties, vendors and food. Details:
(321) 631-9075.
Symphony: Symphony of the
Americas will perform at 7:30
p.m. at Henegar Center for the
Arts, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd., Mel-
bourne. Tickets are $25. Details:
(321) 723-8698.
Thriller: Melbourne Civic
Theatre presents the whodunit
thriller "Night Watch," through
July 29. Show times are 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays and 2
p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $15 for
adults, $12 for seniors and $10
for students, children and mili-
tary members. The theatre is at
817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. Details: (321) 723-
6935.

SATURDAY, JULY 28

Summer nights at Brevard
Zoo: Paradigm Shift will perform
classic and modern rock at the
Brevard Zoo's Summer Saturday
Nights. The zoo will stay open
until 9 p.m., with last admission
at 8 p.m. Regular admission
prices apply. Other events
include children's activities and
educational talks about zoo ani-
mals. Details: (321) 254-9453.

SUNDAY, JULY 29

Flutes: Members of the
Space Coast Flute Orchestra will
perform at 2 p.m. at Suntree
United Methodist Church, 7400
N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Details: (321) 723-7145 or visit
www.scfo.org.


TUESDAY, JULY 31

Meet CEO of Brevard Art
Museum: The Brevard Art
Museum will host a welcoming
reception for its new president
and CEO Karl Hollander from
5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 31.
Call (321) 242-0737.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Jazz Friday: The Ron Teixeira
Trio will perform from 5:30-7:30
p.m. Friday, Aug. 3 at Brevard Art
Museum's Jazz Friday. The cost is
$10 for nonmembers; free for
members. Highland Avenue gal-
leries and shops will stay open
until 8:30 as well. Details on the
museum: (321) 242-0737.
Dog Days of Summer Jam 4:
Southern Jam Promoters pres-
ents The Edgar Winter Band and
Rick Derringer Saturday, Aug. 4
at the Melbourne Auditorium.
VIP tickets include dinner, wait
service, drinks and front-row
tables for VX tickets include
tables, all-you-can-eat peel-and-
eat shrimp and Budweiser for
$65. VIP/VX tickets must be pur-
chased in advance. General
admission tickets are $35 and
available at the door only. Call
(321) 723-1100 or visit
www.southernjam.com.
Random music: WFIT pres-
ents "Random Acts of Music," a
free concert, at 3 p.m. Saturday,
Aug. 4 at Wickham Park on Wick-
ham Road in Melbourne.
Details: (321) 674-8950.
Neil Simon comedy: Red
Carpet Productions present
"Laughter on the 23rd Floor,"
Aug. 10-26. Show times are 8
p.m. Friday and Saturdays and
2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $20
for adults and $18 for students.
The Henegard Center is at 625 E


New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
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: Located
at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach, the theater produces var-
ious 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 audito-
rium at the Palm Bay campus of
Brevard Community College but
is not affiliated with the school.
The Palm Bay campus of BCC is
at 250 Community College Park-
way. Call (321) 723-3056 or visit
www.theatrepalmbay.org.
Titusville Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 301 Julia St, Titusville, the
theater produces various plays
and musicals, as well as hosting
a youth player group and work-
shops. For information, call
(321) 268-1125.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
Art and Antique Studio: The
Art and Antique Studio, 1419
Highland Ave., Melbourne, is
open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday. Open until 8:30
p.m. first Fridays of the month.
For information, call (321) 253-
5553.
Brevard Art Museum: Locat-
ed at 1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday through Saturday,


and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission,
which includes entry to both the
museum and the Children's Sci-
ence Center, is $5 for adults, $3
for senior citizens and $2 for chil-
dren and students with identifi-
cation. Free for museum mem-
bers. Admission is free to the
general public 1 to 5 p.m. Thurs-
days. For information, call (321)
242-0737.
Brevard Museum of History
and Science: Located at 2201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it is open
Monday through Saturday 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday
noon-4 p.m. Admission for
adults is $5.50, $5 for senior citi-
zens, $3.50 for children 5-16 and
$4 for college students. Museum
members are admitted free. For
information, call (321) 632-
1830.
Downstairs Gallery: Located
at 909 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Admission is free. For infor-
mation, call (321) 727-8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
Located at 1470 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, open 1-5 p.m. Tues-
days to. For information, call
(321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass Design
Studio: Located at 2415 Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. Open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Satur-
day. For information, call (321)
725-7005 or visit www.forema-
nartglass.com.
Kennedy Space Center
Gallery: Features an exhibit of
various collections of space art
at the Kennedy Space Center
Visitor Complex on NASA 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 information, call
(321) 452-2121.
LoPressionism Gallery:
Exhibits artwork of local and


international artists. Hours are
11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday
through Thursday and Saturday,
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and
from 12-5 p.m. on Sundays. The
gallery is at 1010-B E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. (321)
722-6000 or visit www.lopres-
sionism.com.
Mud Flats Pottery & Gallery:
Located at 826 E. New Haven
Ave., downtown Melbourne.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
days to Saturdays. Features fine
handmade works by leading
Pacific Northwest, local and
regional artists in a variety of
media. For information, call
(321) 951-1310.
North Brevard Historical
Museum: Located at 301 S.
Washington Ave., downtown
Titusville. Open from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. Tuesday through Satur-
day. Admission is free and guid-


ed group tours are available.
Details: (321) 269-3658.
Rossetter House Historical
Museum: The historical house
and museum is open 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Wednesday through Sat-
urday and is located at 1320
Highland Ave., in old Eau Gallie.
Admission for guided tours is $5,
and admission to museum
grounds is free. Details: (321)
254-9855.
Silken Galleria: Hosts and
exhibits the artwork of local
award-winning artists Sigi Ober-
laender, Renne Decator, Jerry
Hooper, Seth.Novak, June Miller,
Barbara Perlmutter, Elizabeth
Kaufmann, Lauri Tagliaferro,
Vicki Busy and Pam McLean.
Gallery is at 912 A E. New Haven,
Ave, Melbourne. Hours: 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through Satur-
day, and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Information: (321) 733-2788.


Crossroads Park at
West Melbourne City Hall
Minton Rd. (South of 192)
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

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of the Space Coast Flute
Orchestra will present a
free program of solos,
duets, trios and other
ensembles at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, July 29, at
Suntree United
Methodist Church, 7400
N. Wickham Road.
This annual summer
event highlights individ-
ual instruments such as
the piccolo, standard C-
flute, alto, bass and
contrabass flute in solos
and small combinations.
The SCFO will intro-
duce their second con-
trabass flute, which
recently arrived from the
Netherlands. It will join
its partner in a duet of
"Zorba the Greek."
The program will also
include solos by jazz
flutist Richard Ford, BSO
member Nicole Stabile,
and others; a flute
quartet; a trio composed
by SCFO member Ferne
Franz,; and a flute sextet
from Bizet's L'Arlesienne.
The SCFO is comprised
of about 40 flutists from
Titusville in the north to
Sebastian in the south.
They perform tran-
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Romans caters to numerous tastes


Restaurant
marks 30 years
in business
BY JENNIFER STAHL
Assistant editor
Comfort food. The
phrase conjures images of
mom's homemade chicken
soup and rainy days spent
snuggled under the covers.
If you're not a cook, or if
you're a little too old to
have Mom make your
favorite dishes,.the same
types of food can be found
at Roman's Restaurant in
Melbourne.
Celebrating its 30th year,
the restaurant specializes
in homemade fare.
Guests dine in a cozy
atmosphere surrounded
by quaint decorations,
including the fisherman's
bragging wall, which
includes pictures and


articles featuring famous
catches made by local
anglers.
Whet your appetite with
a serving of Romans' one-
half dozen baked buffalo
wings, or a bowl of home-
made chili. To quote a
familiar catch phrase, it's
"Mmm-mmmm good."
For an entr6e, consider
one of the restaurant's
famous Romans' bakery
special pizzas, which
include mozzarella cheese,
pepperoni, sausage,
ground beef, mushrooms,
onions, green peppers and
anchovies. Oven baked, it's
crispy and delicious.
For those seeking cool
fare, try one of the restau-
rant's capicola, ham,
salami and provolone subs
bursting with lettuce,
tomatoes and onions.
However, be prepared for a
belly-busting portion
when ordering the large -


it's easily enough for two.
The restaurant has an
extensive menu, suitable
for a family with a wide
range of tastes.
Offerings include sand-
wiches such as the Reuben
with Thousand Island
dressing; bacon, lettuce
and tomato; tuna and
patty melts; hamburgers
and cheeseburgers; and
kraut dogs. Most are
served with a side of
potato chips.
Diners can also choose
from hot and cold subs of
numerous varieties, pizza,
pasta and seafood dinners.
For dessert, be sure to try
one of Romans' home-
made pastries. Flaky and
stuffed with raspberry,
apple and cheese filling,
they're absolutely to die
for.
The restaurant features
daily "sunset specials"
from 4 p.m. to close
Monday through Friday.
These include a choice of
baked or fried chicken on
Monday; barbecue chick-
en and fried shrimp and
barbecue rib tips on
Tuesday; all-you-can-eat
spaghetti and meatballs or
the Roman combo platter
of manicotti, stuffed
shells, lasagna and
spaghetti on Wednesday;


Staff photo by Jennifer Stahl
Romans Restaurant in Melbourne, which specializes in homemade dishes, is celebrating
its 30th anniversary.


steak and shrimp platter
or meatloaf on Thursday;
and stuffed flounder or
fried fish and hush pup-
pies on Friday. Most
specials are served with
grilled vegetables and a
choice of potato or yellow
rice. Others, such as the
pasta dishes, are served


with a tossed salad and
bread.
Romans also features a
full breakfast menu,
served Monday through
Friday from 6-11 a.m.
Romans Restaurant is at
2955 W. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Hours are
Monday through Thurs-


day, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.;
Friday, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.;
Saturday, 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.;
and Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call (321) 727-1200.

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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer

Artist Ted Meyer knows
the story behind each
scar.
"Scarred for Life: Mono-
prints of Surgical Scars"
is a colorful exhibit
detailing the story
behind life-changing
surgeries and accidents.
The exhibit covers Mr.
Meyer's artistic journey
from early paintings to
mono-prints, single color
water-based ink prints.
At a recent gallery walk
at the Brevard Art Muse-
um. Mr. Meyer shared the
story of the series.
"This is about a group
of people whose lives
have been changed in
one special moment,"
the Los Angeles-based
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wvays. remember the day "My early paintings
meone pulls some- were pre-surgery," Mr.
ng out or puts a knife Meyer said. "It's art about
you." pain and self."
Ir. Meyer suffers from However, though the
ucher disease, an subject matter of the
zyme deficiency that exhibit seems morose,
uses joint degenera- attendees quickly real-
n. He has had several ized the mono-prints
p replacements.' were more about celebra-
Ir. Meyer's initiation tion than mourning.
to art began as a young Mr. Meyer told the story
ild in the hospital. A of how one chance
lunteer woman would meeting changed his life.
it child patients and He was at an opening
arts and crafts with chatting with celebrity
em. guests, when a woman
Ir. Meyer's early caught his eye.
intings chronicled his "Across the room, I saw
eternal struggles with this beautiful woman
enter in a wheelchair."
Mr. Meyer said he felt
like he had to approach
her and find out who she
was.
He said he then.noticed
B- w'- ~ v- a large scar down her
back. That scar and
meeting sparked a
relationship and a new
direction for his work.
Mr. Meyer said the
relationship with the
woman made him realize
that he wasn't through
with his childhood
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One day, Mr. Meyer got
the idea to do a print of
Joy's scar.
He put the piece in an
exhibit and the response
was immediate.
"People began
approaching me and
showing me their scars,"
he said. "They began
telling me their stories."
It was then that he
realized that he could
turn away from himself
and focus on other
people.
"This is really about
how you can meet one
person and change
directions in life," he
said.
Subjects of the mono-
prints range from scars
from routine operations,
to cancer to car acci-
dents, and amputees.
Mr. Meyer lets each
person pick the color for
the mono-print. He then
rolls the water-based ink
on the skin and attaches
paper and lets it dry for a
few hours. He then
carefully peels if off and
goes over the print with a
small brush and wash to
bring out the details and
depth of the scar.
. "When I first started
doing this I had only the
prints," he said. "But
people keep asking me
about the people and
where the scars were. So I
added the charts."
People still asked
questions, so Mr. Meyer
decided to add more
documentation to the
exhibit, including photos
and the story behind the
scars.
Surprisingly, very few of
the stories focus on the
tragedies that caused
them. Those featured
wear their scars with
pride and as symbols of
survival.
One man had the
largest scar in the exhibit
from a failed suicide
attempt.
Mr. Meyer recalled how
the man told him that as
soon as he fired the gun,
he had immediate regret.
He survived and is
thriving.
"He's one of the happi-
est people I know," Mr.
Meyer said.
Another mono-print
features the scar of a
woman who survived
advanced stage ovarian
cancer. Her survival
marked a turning point
in her life.
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The bait cause for debate among anglers


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.
or novice inshore
fisherman, one of
the most frustrat-
ing and intimidating
aspects of entering the
sport is selecting the most
effective bait.
Veteran anglers often
debate over the best
brands, as well as live vs.
artificial, shrimp vs. finger
mullet, and hard plastic
lures vs. soft plastic lures.
While each lure and bait
has its distinct advantages
and disadvantages, it's
always important to
remember that when it
comes to food, fish have
discriminating tastes. A
snook may opt for shrimp
one day, but strike a shiny
lure the next day.
Certain factors such as
the time of the day, waves
and. water clarity should
also be taken into account


Scars
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360-degree panoramic
view, standing at the top
of the world," the litera-
ture with the mono-print
reads.
Other stories are
infused with similar
revelations:
"Best thing that ever
happened to me..."
"No more tears. No more
living in constant pain. No
more sleepless nights,"
another woman said
about her hip replace-
ment surgery.
For Mr. Meyer, inspira-
tion comes from knowing
he has helped people
reckon with difficult
periods in their lives.
"My earlier work was all
about me pitying me,"
said Mr. Meyer, who now
lives pain-free. "Now it's
no longer about me."
"Scarred for Life" is on
display at the Brevard
Museum of Art through


when you're selecting
bait. Many famous charter
fishermen, such as Mark
Sosin of the cable fishing
show "Mark Sosin's
Saltwater Journal,' prefer
to use live finger mullet
for the majority of inshore
species.
Finger mullet can be
caught with a cast net, but
if you plan on buying your
bait, remember that
they're not as readily
available as shrimp at
your local bait shop. The
finger mullet has one
distinct advantage over
shrimp durability.
Hooked correctly, a live
finger mullet can live for
well over an hour, while
most shrimp tend to die
within 20-30 minutes.
Another advantage of
using finger mullet is that
it will cover much more
area than a shrimp, and it
swims long enough to do
all the work for you.
The best area to hook
the mullet is about an
inch before the tail, so it
can still swim naturally.
Cast your mullet as far as


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Fishing For A Story

possible, preferably near a
school of redfish, open
your bail, and use your
left hand to hold the open
line.
When you feel the line
run and you see your
mullet jumping, a large
redfish, trout or snook is
getting.ready to strike,
and you should close your
bail to prepare for the
fight.
As a general rule, most
hard plastic lures, espe-
cially top-water, are most
effective in calm water
during the early morning


hours and just before
sunset.
If you're casting a hard
plastic in choppy condi-
tions after dark, you
probably won't have much
luck, but some of the best
snook and trout can be
caught on a lure around
docks and bridges in the
early morning or late
afternoon.
Two favorite hard plastic
lures are the MirrOlure
models TTM, which is
green with speckles, and
the 77M, which is white
with a red face. A plethora
of other colors and models
are available at anyWal-
Mart outdoors section,
Dick's Sporting Goods or
Bass Pro Shops.
When using a hard
plastic such as the Mir-
rOlure, anglers should
experiment with varying
retrieval styles and speeds.
If a slow, steady retrieve is
not attracting any bites,
try a faster pace with a few
pauses and jerks during
the retrieve.
Alternate your speeds
and pauses until you find


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Jackie Borsanyi, curator of exhibitions at Brevard Art Museum, talks with artist Ted
Meyer, whose 'Scarred for Life' mono-print collection is on display through Sept. 9.


Sept. 9.
For information on Mr.
Meyer's work, visit
www.artyourworld. com.


The museum is at 1463
Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 242-0737.


the most effective
retrieve.
Throughout the Indian
River Lagoon and Banana
River flats, you may
encounter pesky clumps
of seaweed wrapped
around your hooks. The
best way to avoid a
frustrating mess is to fish
in slightly deeper water or
to use a top-water lure.
Soft plastics have
become increasingly
popular and most feature
a weedless rigging setup.
Two of the most popular
soft plastic baits are DOA's
artificial shrimp and the
Berkley Gulp scented
shrimp. DOA shrimp are
offered in a variety of
colors, including glow-in-
the dark, while the Gulp
Shrimp come in three-
inch and five-inch sizes.
Artificial shrimp are an
ideal lure for novice
fisherman because they
can be fished in a variety
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if you're fishing in a
current, you can let the
lure drift with a bobber
and wait for a strike.
Always remember that
patience is an essential
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the largest ladyfish I
caught was on a Berkley
Gulp shrimp that had
been laying on the flat for
over an hour.
Recent fishing reports
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trout catches in the early
morning. Look for large
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feet.
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Contact Matt O'Hern at
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August goes mad for art

at Fifth Avenue gallery


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

MELBOURNE The
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery,
1470 Highland Ave.,
presents its "August
Madness"show.
This exhibition will
feature a 30-day silent
auction featuring paint-
ings, drawings and art
items.
Art demonstrations will
be conducted every
Saturday.
The exhibition will begin
with an opening reception
5:30-8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3.
The schedule of at
demonstrations follows.


Watercolor Techniques
With Flowers: 10 a.m. Aug.
4, With a Lacuesta.
Clay Textures and
Techniques: 10 a.m. Aug.
11, Pat Catsimanes.
* Photography Tech-
niques Using Floral Still
Life: 10 a.m. Aug. 18, Mark
Mittleman.
* Fabric Collage Unique
Techniques: 11 a.m. and 1
p.m. Aug. 25, Ellen Lindner.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Tuesday to
Saturday and 1-5 p.m.
Sunday. For information,
call (321) 259-8261 or visit
www.fifthavenueart-
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attending Jamie Howell's
annual camp for high
school golfers at the BCC
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Cocoa.
Howell, who was named
BCC's athletic director ear-
lier this month, has been
the head coach of the
Titans' men's golf team
since 2002.
"This is a nice get-togeth-
er for the more serious and
resourceful golfers who are
looking for help," Howell
said of the four-day camp.
"This helps us to repair
their games before the sea-
son starts, instead of them
having to do it on the fly
while masking the symp-
toms of any problems they
are having. We keep it low-
key, so we can have more of
a hands-on approach and
follow the golfer's progress
along."
Howell's father, Dick, a
retired golf professional,
and Jay Newton, a rising
BCC sophomore from
Ontario, Canada, assisted
in the instruction during
the camp.
"We work real hard on
the basics," Newton said.
"Most high school golfers
try to hit the ball too hard,
and that takes away from
some of the fundamentals.
So, we address that right
away."
Far from just a swing clin-
ic, Howell's camp leaves
nothing to chance in help-
ing prepare the golfers for
upcoming competition,
covering everything from
how to keep the sweat
glands under the wrists dry,
to dialing in a wedge shot.
"We want to help them
have all their faculties
about them when they get
set to compete," Howell
said as he manned the sta-
tion where three golfers
were working on driving
the ball different distances
with full swings. "This par-
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watch as
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tees off
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led by coach
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Back-to-school golf
The Majors Golf Club in
Bayside Lakes will have the
inaugural Back to School
junior Open tournament
Aug. 11-12.
Players will be divided
into groups by age: boys
10-12; 13-15; and 16-18;
girls 10-12; 13-15; and 16-
18. Players age 6-9 will be
grouped together.
Each group will compete
for scholarship money
over two days of stroke
play.
Entry fee is $60 for the 6-
9-year-old tournament,
$100 for the other three
divisions. Entry fee
includes range balls and
lunch both days and an
awards ceremony after the
final round.:
For information, 'call
(321) 952-8617 or visit
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Triathlon
The fifth annual Health
First Triathlon is 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
participate.
Online registration is
available for both races.
For information, visit
www.healthfirsttri.com.

Men's basketball
league
A 14-game men's basket-
ball league will begin play
in September at the Eau
Gallie Civic Center gym,
1551 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne.
Cost is $425 per team.
For information, call
(321)255-4608.

Women's open hoops
The Grant Street Com-
munity Center in Mel-


bourne will have women's
open gym basketball every
Tuesday from 6-8:30 p.m.
for 15 weeks, beginning
Aug. 8.
Membership fees are
$15-$18.
For information, call
(321) 674-5723.

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

Chamber golf
The Cocoa beach Area
Chamber of Commerce
will have its 12th Annual
Champions Cup Golf Tour-
nament Oct. 5 at Suntree
Country Club in Mel-
bourne.
Registration and lunch
will be from 11:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m.
The format is a four-per-
son scramble with a 1 p.m.
shotgun start. An awards
ceremony will follow the
golf at 5:30 p.m.
Prizes will be awarded
for best team scores,


longest drives and closest
to the pin for both men
and women.
Cost is $150 per person
and includes an official
tournament shirt, lunch,
on-course beverages and a
buffet at the awards cere-
mony.
Sponsorship opportuni-
ties are available, starting
at $150 for a hole sponsor
and up to $5,000 for a pri-
mary sponsorship.
For information, call
(321) 459-2200.

Bulldogs basketball
camp
Past and present Bull-
dogs 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 to Aug. 3. Cost is
$90 for a full day, $45 for
half day.
For information, call
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Summer golf
Brevard County Parks
and Recreation has
reduced golf rates for the
summer on all three coun-
ty courses through Nov.
30.
Brevard County residents
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tional $14 at the Savan-
nahs and Habitat courses
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land Golf Course.
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Society.
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(321) 728-0600.
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By MATT O'HERN
Sports writer

The team doesn't feature
Michael Jordan, Scottie Pip-
pen or Horace Grant, but
the Brevard Bulls youth
basketball squad proved
they are a national power-
house.
Last week, the Bulls faced
teams from around the
country at the Amateur
Athletic Union's 2007 Boys
Basketball National Cham-
pionships. Teams compet-
ed in venues across the
county, from Bayside to
Viera high schools.
The Bulls opened the
tournament with an excla-
mation point, defeating the
New York Metropolitans 86-
48.
In the second game,
Steven Hughes of Mel-
bourne, Steven Hicks of
Rockledge and Shaquille
Farrie of Palm Bay each
knocked down a three-
pointer to open a 15-2 lead
over team Coast to Coast.
Favian Upshaw of Titusville
made two three-point shots
and David Flowers of Rock-
ledge added 11 points as
the Bulls opened up a 31-
point lead in the third quar-
ter.
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least two points and the
Bulls had a 76-65 win.
Brevard's offensive
momentum continued into
Thursday, when they
stomped the Staten Island
Lightning (N.Y.) 79-40.
Throughout the tourna-
ment, Brevard's intense,
pressure defense forced
turnovers and their high-
tempo transition offense
exploited the weak areas of
opposing defenses.
Unlike most teams their
age, the Bulls were able to
switch from a zone defense
to a man-to-man scheme.
Team manager and coach
Steve Hughes assembled
the close-knit unit that has
played together since 2003,
and he chose the players
that best suited the pro-
gram's offensive and defen-
sive philosophies.
"We focus a lot on funda-
mentals," Hughes said. "We
do a lot of one-on-one drills
and we really stress
defense."
After mounting an
impressive 4-0 start, Bre-
vard encountered a team
that was very similar in style
and size-the Atlantic Read-
ing (Penn.) Pals. Atlantic
jumped out to an 18-9 lead
in the first quarter and did-
n't surrender the lead until
the Bulls went up 30-28
with 35 seconds left in the
first half.
The third quarter proved
to be the most crucial part
of the game, as missed free
throws and costly turnovers
erased Brevard's eight-point
lead. The Bulls came within


three points in the final two
minutes, but eventually lost
by a final score of 70-66.
"We had too many
turnovers," coach Lester
Simon said. 'After we built
that lead in the third quar-
ter, we had three straight
turnovers. We started miss-
ing our free throws, and we
couldn't recover."
Following the dishearten-
ing loss, the Bulls were sent
to the consolation bracket.
Despite the previous loss,
the Bulls played with the
same intensity and defeat-
ed the Tennessee Thunder
74-63 and the Tuckahoe
Titans 57-55. Brevard vied
for a sixth-place ranking in
its game versus North
Orange County, which they
lost by a final score of 44-
40.
While the final ranking
wasn't the best result the
Bulls could have hoped for,
coach Simon was pleased
with his team's progression
and performance through-
out the nine-month season.
"I've been with this pro-
gram since it started," he
said. "They've all come a
long way."
Brevard's team also
includes Marcus Maye of
Melbourne, Terrence Simon
of Viera, Deonte Hearns of
Rockledge, Rodney Bryant
of Viera, Jamie Farrie of
Palm Bay, Ervin Rutledge of
Melbourne and Bradley
Christian of Cocoa.
Contact Matt O'Hern at
(321) 751-5960 or
Ohern@HometownNew-
sOL.com.


James Clark/staff photographer
Brevard Bulls No.2 Marcus Maye of Melbourne pushes
through defenders as he advances toward the hoop dur-
ing the AAU basketball tournament July 18 at Bayside High
School.


Golf
From page B6


before each shot."
Sean Mason, a senior-to-
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The camp also allows
Howell a look at local high
school talent who may one
day tee it up for the Titans.
"Most of them don't real-
ize how much better col-
lege golfers are," he said.
"We want them to aspire to
be more; to develop as stu-
dent-athletes with a goal to
achieve and move on."
After two hours of prac-
ticing drills in the hot sun,
the golfers gather in the
air-conditioned comfort of
the learning center's class-
room to discuss strategy
and prepare for the nine
holes at Viera East golf
Club, culminating the
camp.
Here, Howell instructs the
players to be mindful to
play to their strengths and
to beware of holes that
could sabotage their round.
"If you know you have
trouble with a 35-yard shot,
don't lay up to 35 yards. Lay
back and give yourself a
shot you can handle," he
tells them. "If you are not
sure you can carry the
water, or you're not aware
of certain trouble spots on
a hole, play away from the
water or lay back to where
you can see the ball land on
the ground."
Jaclyn Colton will be a
sophomore at Rocldedge
High School in the fall. She
said the strength of her
game is long-iron play,
and she signed up for the
camp to sharpen her scor-
ing.
"My wedges and short
game give me a rough
time," she said. "I want to
get a better set up and get
more accuracy."
One golfer attending the
.camp was not going to wait
until high school to
improve her game.
Gisele Nieman, 13, goes
to Clearlake middle School
in Cocoa. She has been
golfing for nearly two years
and signed up for the camp
at the urging of her father.
"I want to get better at
putting," she said after the
classroom session. "I also
want to get more distance.
The camp has helped me
very much, and I am really
looking forward to tomor-
row (at Viera)."
As rain fell on the depart-
ing golfers after the final
day of instruction, the elder
Howell remarked on the
comportment of the young
players in his charge for the
week.
"You hear a lot of bad
things about kids in this
country," he said. "But I
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Sports
From page B7


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
format will be best ball,
match play.
Golfers may sign up as a
two-person team or as
individuals to be paired.
"Last year's after-work
league was so popular, we
saw the need to expand it
and create new formats,"
Rene Uzee, pro/manager
of Spessard Holland said
in a pres-s release.
The registration fee for
either league is $15. The
weekly cost for each
league' is $17, which
includes cart, green fee,
food, beverages, and
prizes.
For information, contact
Rene Uzee or Roger Marcel-
lus at (321) 952-4530.


Midnight basketball

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

Sidewalk surfing

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 organ-
izers, event leaders and
camp directors with news,
stats or announcements,
contact Rob Shelburne at
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Marty earns four-year Forber accepted to


4-H scholarship

MELBOURNE Jennifer
Marty of Melbourne has
received a $1,000 scholar-
ship for four years from the
Brevard County 4-H Club.
She has been a 4-H mem-
ber for seven years and has
advanced to state-level
competition in horse judg-
ing and riding.
She was president of her
4-H Club and a member of
the county horse advisory
committee.
She will attend the Uni-
versity of Florida beginning
this summer.


MELBOURNE Darcy L.
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sity, Grenada, West Indies.
Mrs. Forber is a graduate
of Bowling Green State Uni-
versity, with a degree in
international business.
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Fazio. She has served as
vice president and board
member for the Central
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wood, $35. 321-952-1294
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$65, call 321-777-4153.
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33inch, steel swivel, $200
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AQUARIUM 55 gal w/
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gal w/stand & light, call
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BED, FULL size, pillow
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321-725-4869 S. Brev.
BIKE, SCHWINN, Sting-
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BOAT TRAILER, 17',
$100; Fitness walker,
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BOOKCASE: 5 shelf,
large, solid, excellent
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BRASS URNS, art- craft-
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CABINETS, FORMICA,
$50; (3) old dial phones,
$50, call 321-768-6135.
CANOPY GARAGE: to-
tally enclosed 10x20 feet,
2 inch 20 gauge frame
$135 321-259-2430
CELL PHONE, Samsung
with $21 prepaid card,
has 270 minutes, $35
321-259-3715 S.Brev.
CHAIRS upholstered
(3), $50 each; Attache
case, hard alum, $20,
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CHAIRS, DINING room,
(4) wood with padded
seats. $20 321-723-1160
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cash and p/u only $100
321-757-3390 SoBrev
CHEST OF Drawers, 2
units, 5 & 6 drawer stand
ups, brown, $29 each.
321-725-7379 S. Brev.
COFFEE TABLE, match-
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wrought iron bases. $60
firm, call 321-795-7021.
COMPUTER DESKS (2),
desk w/ hutch, $125;
computer desk, $25, call
321-725-2203, So. Brev.
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Gateway 17 inch $10,
Cannon Prima 1500 print
$10 321-984-2331


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Desk combo, corner L
shape 5x5 ft. $35 Excel-
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CONVERTER, ARCO,
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weight 260g, black, for
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COUCH &CHAIR, match-
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condition, $200/obo. Call
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pillows. $50 SoBrev
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As the 2007 hurricane season unfolds, most of The layer has actually diminished some, as we
us wonder what the latter part of the season is get closer to Florida.
going to bring. So far, the season has rendered Another important factor in tropical
itself relatively quiet, but don't let the present storm development is SST temperatures. ST
lack of activity fool you. Most major hurricanes stands for Sea Surface Temperature. The SST's
come in the latter part of the season; in 1992, off our coast have actually been running a bit
hurricane Andrew was the first storm of the sea- below normal so far this season. The latest SST
son and it did not form until mid-August. temperature off our coast is around 82 degrees.
Andrew was a turning point for the This is the average throughout the basin. Once
way that we look at hurricanes. Not only did it the temperatures start getting above 85 degrees
show us that a seemingly quiet season can turn or so, the chances for major storm formation is
ugly fast, but it also changed the way we build much more likely.
our structures as well as the way we insure our Wind shear in the upper levels of the
property. Remember, it only takes one storm to atmosphere can also play a huge part in tropical
make it afbad year. storm formation. Presently, the wind shear is
The 2007 season has had a quiet start quite high in most parts of the tropical basin but
for several reasons. One of those reasons is the once this shear starts to relax, activity in the
presence of a strong SAL layer. The Sal Layer is basin could start to explode.
also known as the Saharan Air Layer. This layer In short, do not let the present condi-
consists of African dust that is blown into the tions allow you to lower your guard. Conditions
Atlantic from dust storms in the African desert, in the tropics can change over a matter of days.
Where you have African dust, you usually also Once the tropical basin becomes favorable for
have dry air and vertical wind shear. "Both of development, we will again be at the mercy of
these factors help to keep tropical storm develop- Mother Nature. Hurricanes are the most
ment in check. In another case scenario, if a destructive storms on earth and we must be pre-
struggling storm emerges from the SAL layer and pared and ready at all times so we can maintain
continues it's westward march, the system will the upper hand.
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$40/ea. 321-777-4523 S.
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Horse Supplies: breach-
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bags, $50. 321-698-2985
HUTCH: ALMOST new,
Beige wood, with light,
must see. $150 SoBrev
321-723-4028
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
LOVE SEAT, tan/ beige/
wine, wall sconce free w/
loveseat, $60, call
321-253-9724, So. Brev.
MAGAZINES: NATION-
AL Geographic. Excellent
condition. 10 yrs '58-'67
$30 321-255-1707
MATTRESS, FULL, ex-
cellent condition, w/ plat-
form, $40/obo. Please call
954-295-0594 S. Brev.
MICROWAVE/FREEZER
Fridge combo, all in one,
$50; Neon Beer sign,
$100. 321-254-5421
OFFICE DESK, Sauder,
ex cond, $40; Maple cof-
fee table, oval, $30, call
321-259-9892, So. Brev.
OIL PAINTING: original
of Acapulco setting, mint
cond., 43x31 $175 can
email pix. 321-684-1641
OUTBOARD MOTOR:
Mariner 25hp. Seized.
$65 (4) Stock rims '01
VW $75 321-269-7245
PACK & PLAY, Graco,
like new, $40,
321-676-4712, So. Brev.
PADDLEBOAT, like new,
$200/obo. 321-956-1827
Palm Bay S. Brev.


PANASONIC CD Player
& headset w/ speakers.
$25/all. 321-728-3883
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
POOL MOTOR & PUMP,
3/4hp, 3450rpm, $80/obo.
321-725-0545 / 941-286-
7005. S. Brevard
PORT O'POTTY for
camper or boat, $19. Call
321-725-4809 S. Brev.
PRINTERS: HP DeskJet
840C $50, ScanJet 3970
$25obo, Photosmart
7760 $75 321-725-2203
PUMP/ PRESSURE
TANK, Very good condi-
tion, under 6 mos. 1/2 hp
$195 321-639-6723
R/C CARS/TRUCKS: all
different types. Excellent
condition with extra parts
$175 obo 321-676-4729
RECLINER: LA-Z-BOY,
light peach, light wood
arms,$100 321-773-1789
REFRIG./ FREEZER -
GE 20.8 cubic ft, frost
free. $150, call
321-259-1948, So. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR, GE
white side by side, ice &
water. 22 cuff. grt shape
$200 321-752-0946
REFRIGERATOR, HOT
point, 20.7 cubic ft, grt
cond, $150, call
321-253-1823, So. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR/
RANGE, Fridge 21cf,
$125, Stove $75 JennAir
ExCond 321-757-0566
REFRIGERATOR: COM-
PACT Kenmore 3.6 ft
brown woodgrain $25
321-722-2459 SoBrev
REFRIGERATOR:
NORGE, Almond, side by
side, with ice maker.
$150 321-690-0071
ROCKER/ GLIDER:
Maple, blue cushions,
matching ottoman, sacri-
fice $175 321-757-0797
ROCKING CHAIR, swiv-
el, ladies, dusty rose, val-
our, $125, call
321-752-8872, So. Brev.


ROCKING CHAIR: solid
wood, cream, $60 So-
Brev 321-951-2609
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
SOFA: LEATHER, nice
large overstuffed black
$150 321-777-3417
SPARE TIRE, brand new,
for Kia Sorrento, on rim,
P245-70R16, $40. Call
321-724-1483 S. Brev.
SPEAKERS JENSON,
three way w/ 15" woofer,
excellent condition. $60.
321-773-3497 south Brev
SPEAKERS: (2) Pioneer
CS06 $175 SoBrev
321-242-8459
STEREO, KENWOOD,
$50; Kenmore washer &
dryer, $100/set. Call
321-960-9228 S. 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
SWIMMING POOL:
Barely used, Intex Nylon,
18 foot, All kit materials,
$185 321-327-3148
TELEVISION: 19 inch
with remote. Great pic-
ture $25, Sandwich grill
$6 321-727-2181 SoBrev


TIRES (2)- size, $10
each; Hibiscus plants (8)
free, you dig, call
321-724-4854, So. Brev.
TODDLER BED light
pine, great cond. + Sealy
mattress & bedding. $10.
321-474-5214 Palm Bay
TOOL BOX, aluminum,
like new, fits, Ford Rang-
er, $150 obo, call
321-722-2644, So. Brev.
TRANSPONDER, SUN
Pass, for all Florida toll
roads, new, $12, call
321-205-6368, So. Brev.
TREADMILL, WESLO
Cadence, like new, prog-
ress display, $100firm,
call 321-242-3232, S. Br.
TRUNDLE BED, $100;
Queen sofa bed, $100,
both very gd cond, call
321-723-1411, So. Brev.
TWIN BED- extra long,
mattress & box spring, &
fram, firm, $199, call
321-369-9112, So. Brev.
TV, SONY 27 inch, works
great. Replacing with
HDTV so need to sell.
$50 321-255-9969
TV: GE Color 19 inch,
works great, $50 SoBrev
321-735-0987
VCR- JVC 3 head, good
condition + (100) 6 hr pre
recorded cassettes, $100
all, call 321-952-4097.
VHS TAPES: previewed
Great titles. 200. 99cents
each. Different genres.
321-951-8148 SoBrev
VIOLA IN excellent con-
dition, with case, two
bows, extra strings $200
321-961-7004 SoBrev
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,
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Kenmore dry $75 extra
cap. 321-722-1614
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well. $125 obo Wurlizer
Electric Organ/bench $40
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WASHER: AMANA HDW
newer model, heavy duty
$175. 321-506-4253 S.
Brevard
WATERBED, KING, pine
w/ drawers, baffles, pillow
top, plush, $175 obo, call
321-984-7647, So. Brev.
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gal., new, $100; Giant
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Racing polished alumi-
num 8.5x15 pattern 5
$200 321-254-4510
WINDOWS: (3) never
used, brand new 39x69,
white, with screens, $50
each 321-745-7151
WORD PROCESSOR-
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needy youth or child, call
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50"x 1/4" w/1" Bevel,
$115/ each. 84"x 60" w/1"
Bevel $135. Free delivery
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starting $595. Galvanized
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ALL NEW Pillow Top,
Queen mattress set. In
Plastic w/warranty. Can
deliver $130
321-525-6534
BEAUTIFUL CHERRY
Sleigh Bedrn 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 Furniture
Queen/ Full headboard,
footboard, tall dresser w/
triple mirror,2 nightstands
$300 321-951-8304
See photos online www.
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.corn Ad#80494
BEDROOM SET $475
6 pieces. All brand
newly! 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" & Chair,
period pieces, Must see!
Hunter green velvet,
$800/both. 321-258-2011
COUCH/LOVESEAT/
CHAIR, Clayton Marcus,
curved, light blue velvet,
exc. cond., hardly used,
$600/all. 321-431-6397
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.
HometownNewsOL.com
for photo. AD#79073


ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, 80x73, oak, will ac-
commodate 32' flat
screen, $400. Please call
321-544-5612
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
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
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tress: Q-$399, K-$499,
Free Delivery. Warranty.
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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


CRAFTSMAN TRAC-
TOR,18hp,46" deck, used
once, w/bagger & mulch-
er (still in box), steel cart,
$1800/obo. 321-722-3112
MOWER, 32" Toro, runs
great, well maintained.
With trailer 4'x6'. Package
deal $1800 (3 1/2 yrs old)
321-799-4942
RIDING MOTOR & lawn
trIr: Craftsman GT5000
Briggs & Straton 22. Cost
$1895, Sell for $975.
Trailer in great shape.
Cost $2200, Sell for
$1250. 772-388-4573




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CHAIRAction Arrow, HD,
fully operational, charger,
$200. 321-722-3112
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easy to transport, $275;
Generator, 100W, new,
$195. 321-952-1294


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pay 3-4 thousand? $400/
obo. call 321-254-4923
YAMAHA PIANO and
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CLUB CAR 48 volt golf
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good batteries with
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$1850. 321-729-4293
FITNESS EQUIP., Body
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machine,utility, flat,incline
bench, dumbell set,free
weights w/tree, exc. cnd.,
$2500/obo 321-508-3265
HOT TUB / SPA 4-5
person. 1 year new! War-
ranty, pearl color.
$1900obo. 321-213-1915
HOT TUB SALEIll
Wholesale Inventory to
the public. Brand new w/
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Person Load w/ Lounger,
waterfall, cup holders,
LED lights. $2500 deliv-
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yrs new, like new, rarely
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BSA VENTURING Crew
Rummage Sale- Sat., Ju-
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Saints, 1801 Fiske Blvd.,
Rockledge. Clothing,
household items, toys, &
more. Come See!
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Lane, off Eau Gallie Blvd.
Sat. & Sun., July 28th &
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players, brand new car
stereo, too much to list!
MULTI-FAMILY SALE!
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2:30. 3458 Floral Palm
Blvd., Melbourne (off Flor-
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stuff! Come see what we
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Sun., July 28th & 29th,
8-?. 3235 Forghun Ave.
Furniture some old oak,
household stuff, leather
sofa & loveseat, enter-
tainment center, some
collectibles, & more!
ROCKLEDGE July 28
8a-12n, 25 Hardee Circle
South. Patio misc., vanity
sink & faucet new, lights,
mirrors, pictures, rugs,
household items, etc....

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BEAGLE PUPS SMALL
picture perfect show type
Champ lines AKC+ APR
reg. 1st & 2nd shots.
Health Cert. Ready 8-15
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$495. 772-468-8224
BICHON PUPPIES (2)
$400 & $450, small, 14
weeks, AKC registered,
all shots & health certifi-
cates. call 321-269-8332
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males/females, 7 weeks,
males $600, females
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German Shepherd Lov-
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Price neg. 321-674-6810

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MINI PARROTS Parrot-
letts, w/cages, approx. 20
avail., $95/pair; (2) red-
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321-783-1234 Mon.-Fri.


PITBULL PUPS, brindle,
4 females, 2 males, shots
included, 10 weeks old.
Ready to go! $100 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
PUG PUPPIES, CKC, 1st
shots, 1 fawn female, 2
black males, 2 black fe-
males, $500/males; $600
/females. 321-254-4781
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PUPPIES, 8wks, males &
females. Ready to go!
Mother on premises.
$100-$200 negotiable.
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good home, Female 20
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children 321-956-9307
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weeks. $550. Call
772-519-2820
SHIH TZU Puppies- 2
Black males, 1 Brindle
Male. Purebred, Mother
is small. Ready July 28th.
Wormed/vet checked.
$550 Call 772-344-2688
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SHIH TZU/MALTESE 8
week old pups cute, de-
wormed, 3 males, 1 fe-
male $400/ea. Ready now
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SIAMESE KITTENS
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2-Males. Health Certified
Purebred $150 to $225
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772-971-1684
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SADDLES Western Cir-
cle Y. 2yrs. new, full QH
bars, $500 obo. English
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AMERICAN HOME
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HOUSEKEEPERS
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rooms for open-minded
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individual interested in
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Traditions, Promenade.
2/2/1, park view, crown
molding, upgrades, prime
location!! Unfurnished,
$237,500. Available
furnished. 772-342-3229
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CAPE CANAVERAL -
2BR/2BA. Walk to beach,
Ocean Woods gated
comm. pools & tennis
court. $252K. Poss lease
option. 321-537-2600
SOUTH DAYTONA
BEACH/ PONCE INLET-
Gated River View 2 BR
condo at Harbor Village
Golf & Yacht Club.
$339,000. 912-218-2504

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VIERA ANXIOUS seller:
waterfront, 1st fir condo,
split plan 2/2 + garage in
The Lakes at Viera East.
$158,900 (all offers con-
sidered!) 321-426-9575



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BAYTREE, Spectacular
4/3/3 custom pool home,
gated community, large
landscaped corner lot.
$447,500 Juliet, C21 Bay-
tree Realty 321-258-1113
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room, 3 bath and bonus
room. (Possible In-Law
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FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Port Orange POOL HOME
Town Park Estates
1673 New Town Terrace
5BR/4BA + OFFICE
overlooking Lake on cul
de sac. 3024 living sqft.
2.5 car garage. 33x13
Heated/screened pool
$549,000/obo. Motivated.
10% down $1891/mo.
386-788-4084 944-2367
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Remodeled 3/2/1 CBS.
New maple cabinets, ap-
pliances, ceiling fans,
18x18 tile, new tiled
walk-in shower, land-
scaping, irrigation, Min
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Maranta Terrado, owner
$225,900. 866-534-6873.
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praisal $270K. Best offer
over $180K takes! 3BR
2BA, 4 blocks from
beach. 321-271-5709
MELBOURNE BEACH,
Aquarina golf, tennis,
ocean, river. C.C. 332 Vil-
la on 18th green. $415K
or $1600/mo rent.
772-539-9456
MELBOURNE, 1.1 AC,
fenced,blt '95,4/2/2, scrn'd
pool patio, 4 stall barn,
1000sf carport. Too much
to list, call for more info.
$440K/obo 321-951-9318
MELBOURNE, 4/2/2, two
story, vaulted ceilings,
huge backyard, concrete
block, new a/c, fresh paint
$239,500 Juliet, C21 Bay-
tree Realty 321-258-1113
Merritt Island 2 new
homes. Rent/Lease to
purchase, all rent credits
to purchase. Call for info
321-459-2533 / 693-8591
Merritt Island -
WHY PAY SOMEONE
ELSE'S MORTGAGE?
Dollhouse, remodeled,
3/2, must see, open
kitchen, fenced yard,
near 520. $165K or lease
to buy. Sec. Dep. Call
Linda 321-454-1085


MERRITT ISLAND
Summer sale, below MV
4/2/2, canal home $2048
UA, Updated, ready to
move in $350K By Owner
321-514-5391
MERRITT ISLAND: New
found Harbor, large 3/2/2,
on oversize lot, fireplace,
wood floors, excellent
location. $249,900 owner/
Agent 321-298-7757
ORMOND BEACH -
3Br/3ba, 2-car garage.
Screened pool, double
boat docks w/lifts. Best
Waterfront Buy In Florida.
ByOwner, No Agents
Please. $995,000
770-519-0461
ORMOND BEACH 12
Spring Meadows Dr.
Open House Sunday 1-4.
Fabulous opportunity to
own a 3/2/2cg. Brick
home in mint condition.
Ex. Ig. private lot, scr.
lanai. Just Reduced to
$285,000. 386-672-6252
ORMOND BEACH-
BREAKAWAY TRAILS -
24hr. Gated/Guarded
comm. 2 yr old ICI Wind-
emere, 4/3/3, 3523 sq.ft.
home. Oversized lot, salt-
water pool, privacy
fenced yard, many extras.
$485,000. 386-679-8154,
386-795-2285


ORMOND BEACH- Or-
mond Lakes 42 Timi-
cuan, 3/2 2-cg. Screened
porch, Ig. back yard. Best
buy in Ormond Lakes for
only $269,000.
386-672-5417 / 547-1298

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Blvd.) 407 Heather Ave
NE nice 3/2/2, 1633sf,
CBS, on fenced .41acre,
canal, new roof, A/C, ma-
ture fruit trees, gazebo.
Enjoy Nature, yet only 10
min. to Harris & shops.
$235K. Easy to see! 321-
723-5806 / 759-6861

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- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


PALM BAY NE 3/2/2,
attractive home with con-
venient & quiet location,
split plan, shady fenced
yard, a great value at only
$155K call 772-571-9885
Go See Photo of Home -
Ad # 41724 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
PALM BAY, 2000+ sq. ft.,
3/2, bonus room, well
kept inside/out, $168,900.
Owner to pay some clos-
ing costs. Don't miss the
low rates! 321-722-0078
PALM BAY, due to injury
I need to sell 4/2/2, priva-
cy fenced, underground
sprnkler, security, water
softener, nice landscape.
Motivated 321-676-6459
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


WOW
PONCE INLET Ocean
views, across from
beach, w/beach access.
4BR/4BA, 25ft. ceilings
3000sf. Built 2002. Pool,
waterfall. Appraised
$895,000. Asking
$8 5 0 0 00/obo
941-586-7290
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.
HometownNewsClassifieds
.corn Ad#41723
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

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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


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.
VIERA, Herons Landing
For sale by owner $420K
3/2 on pres./cul de sac,
pool/3 car garage/xtras,
owner moving out of state
For appt 717-421-2296


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 biks
to bch. $323,999. Luxury
Real Estate FL Inc. Joanne
Rommel 321-749-4628
See photos online www.
HometownNewsClassified
s.com Ad# 42258
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




DELAND NEAR LAKE
BERESFORD. 152x109,
includes survey. Asking
$59,900. 386-679-8154
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
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

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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
PALM BAY SW, 80x125,
close to shopping, restau-
rants, 1-95, $22,500. Call
321-951-1211
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
W. KENTUCKY -
4ac-30ac. tracts for build-
ing sites. 50ac-1,500ac
for recreational building.
Rolling hills, deer/turkey
hunting, fishing.
$1,500/ac & up.
270-703-7234

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Homes for Sal


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 offers
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
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
MIMS, 14X60, 2/2, fully
furn., 2 big scrn'd porch-
es:1w/laundry/stor.,10x14
stor. bldg. w/power. Extra
nice! $27,500. Call
321-698-9078 / 269-4876
MIMS- 3BR/2BA, Nice
Doublewide, all appl's,
shed, front & back porch.
High & Dry lot where
YOU OWN THE LAND!
$80,000. 321-264-1469
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
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.
864-22 1 -8806 ,
828-246-38 50,
386-322-9193


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PALM BAY, 14X48, 2BR/
1 BA, 1993, new carpet.
No age requirements in
community. Worth $12K -
asking $7900 or make
cash offer. 321-698-2649
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+ adult resort.
05 2-br/2-ba 16 x 52. 2
pools, tennis, biking, ping
pong. Storm shutters,
shed. $32,000/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
W. MELBOURNE
Doublewide 55+ comm.
Rented lot. Located on
big lake. 2BR/2BA. New
roof, new a/c + sunroom.
$25,000.
Completely renovated
2005 Doublewide, all
furniture, appl's,
amenities'. Lakefront. 55+
community. $49,900.
321-984-9491
W. MELBOURNE, Open
Wed.,2-6, 29PaulRene Dr
'81 modular, 1268 sf, 2/2,
all tile firs, Ig. Fl. rm,hurr.
shutters. You own land!
Red. $80K. 321-728-9139
See photos online www.
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BEAUTIFUL NE
*Georgia** New home,
3/BR/3BA/Basement,
3+/Acres, only $229K.
Cleveland, Georgia home
with Upgrades Galore!
Only $274,900. Ronald
Galley, Home & Land
Specialist, 706-878-6686
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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
BUFFALO HILLS camp-
ground SE Ohio This
campsite comes w/2005
Gulfstream 32' Traveler
Series trailer. Includes
land w/amenities, pool
clubhouse and morel
All this only $29,900 E-Z
financing 740-607-2519
or 740-685-6808

BUY**TIMESHARE
RESALES ** Save 60% -
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COASTAL GEORGIA
land liquidation sale 20 to
40+ acre home sites from
$109,900 to $169,900,
beautiful timber w/ poten-
tial to subdivide. Save
$10,000 ob your pur-
chase and pay o closing
cost for a limited time.
*Some restrictions apply*
Up to 100% financing w/
approved credit. Call
now! 1-800-898-4409.
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.

FIVE S.C. Acres to
build on. Beautiful Lake
Marion area. Double-
wide allowed. Will perk
survey, no impact fee.
Low taxes, insurance,.
$39,900 E-Z financing.
803-473-7125

FLORIDA LAND
Starting at $8,900. Build
now or invest for the
future. $1,000.down
$190./mo. No Qualifying!
Free info 1-877-983-6600
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FLORIDA LAND
Starting at $8,900, Build
now or invest for the
future. $1,000.down
$190./mo. No Qualifying!
Free info 1-877-983-6600
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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 AUCTION
10am Sat. 7/28/07.
68 Small Acreage Tracts.
1/2ac.-15 acres, cleared
& wooded. County water
& roads. Owner
financing, call for details.
Hansford Realty &
Auction Co.
1-800-962-5715
Hansfordrealauction.com
10%BP-GAL#254

GEORGIA
Land liquidation sale
Remaining 1-10acs.
wooded homesites. LOW
TAXES! Beautiful
weather year round,
central location. Terrific
investment w/financing.
Limited availability!
WILL NOT LAST LONG
706-364-4200

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.
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GEORGIA PARADISE
3ac. Riverfront & 3ac.
river access lots Rock
Springs Estates. Gated
boat ramp on Oconee
river. Hardwoods, U.G.
power, paved streets,
$9500/ac.
Owner 912-529-6198

GREAT GREAT OP-
PORTUNITY. Become
Land Owner $500 Down
$226 per month. Private
Financing. NO BANKS,
NO CREDIT CHECK.
Homesites, Gated Com-
munity. Paved Roads,
Running Water. South-
east Georgia
1-352-231-9938
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 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 $19,90011
McKeough Land Co.
(866)460-8317
www.KYwaterfront.com

KENTUCKY
100 acres Trophy deer,
turkey, & duck hunting,
pond $125,000. *10acs.
Barn, pond, $54,900.
*1ac. $500/down
$105/mno. *175acs w/new
cabin, creek, $1795/acre.
270-999-0179
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GEORGIA LAND SALE
10,514 Acres,
42 tracts,
12 Counties
478-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
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
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)
MID TENN MTN. By
owner 5 acres, beautiful
mountaintop building
site. Surrounded by tall
shade trees. Cool mtn.
breeze and river ac-
cess. $39,900. low dn.
Owner financing
931-979-1371.
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.
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MUST SELL or trade for.
RV. 3 lots 1/4ac each,
North Port, 25K ea. 1.8ac
Citrus Springs, $59K.
3.12ac Frostproof, $59K
772-643-8173
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. 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.
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.com
NC LAND:
43acs. Huge waterway,
3Bdrm Cedar-sided
home, 3 homesites, deer,
ducks, fish.
AWESOME: $319,990.
WE FLYYOU INI
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NC MOUNTAINS New
Log Cabin. 2+ acres, mtn
views, ready to finish &
reduced for quick sale
only $89,900 financing
avail 828-286-1666.
NC MOUNTAINS Owner
Must Sell. Log Cabin
1288sf on 1.48ac. Stun-
ning Views, level, private,
EZ to finish. $89,900.
More land available.
1-828-286-1666
NC MOUNTAINS Para-
dise New 1280 sqft ready
to finish Cedar Chalet
$89,900. Pan for Gold in
Cathey's Creek. Great
Views Call 828-286-1666
NC MTN. HOMESITE
COMMUNITY
40 minutes to Asheville.
Last Phase! 3 Day
Events August 10-12
ONLYI $10-$50K
discounts! Call
877-477-3473 to reserve
your appointment.
www.FireflyMountaln.info

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 CAROLINAll
Mountain log cabin,
$99,900. New shell on
private acre site. 10
acres w/dramatic views,
$99,900., Paved/electric.
828-652-8700
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
SEQUATCHIE POINT
Tennessee Mtns Where
the Mountains Kiss the
Sky. Free Vacation to
visit our mountain acre-
age community over-
looking the Tennessee
River. Call 706-657-7655
SO./ CENTRAL Florida.
Lake lots reduced
$100,000 Owner says,
"SELL"! 1 to 3 acre lake-
front and lake access
properties in a gated
community with city water
and sewer, paved roads
and underground utilities.
Priced from $79,900 w/
excellent financing avail.
866-352-2249 ext 2052.

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
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 Lake Front
Property. 65 acres,
Gentle slopes,
spectacular views,
community' clubhouse
and wild life preserve.
Underground utilities
paved roads, $149,900.
941-375-1163 or
pencomed@aol.com

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TENNESSEE Gated
equestrian community.
Cumberland plateau
Creek frontage & bluff
views. 1 + acre lots.
Starting at $30,000
772-285-7594
TENNESSEE Mountains
15ac private retreat joins
national forest. 4/2 home
Low Taxes. Spectacular
views, near lake. 15mi to
North Carolina. $260,000
423-725-5558
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
TIMESHARE RESALES:
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parcels from $19,9001
q'teed country acreage
sale by owner! Great
terms! Come look, we'll
pay your travel costs!
877-8 1 5-526 3
www.upstateNYland.com
W. KENTUCKY -
4ac-30ac. tracts for build-
ing sites. 50ac-1,500ac
for recreational building.
Rolling hills, deer/turkey
hunting, fishing.
$1,500/ac & up.
270-703-7234
W. KENTUCKY -
GREAT INVESTMENT!
4ac-30ac. tracts for build-
ing sites. 50ac-1,500ac
for recreational building.
Rolling hills,
Water/Electric.
deer/turkey hunting,
Lakes for fishing.
$1,500/ac & up. Possible
owner financing.
270-703-7234




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INDIALANTIC ROOM,
single, non-smoking fe-
male seeking same to
share ocean view town
house, private downstairs
area incl. Ig. BR, full BA,
$600/mo. incl. all. First +
sec. 321-952-4410
MELBOURNE Share
home off Sarno near
Wickham w/male. Rent
$450 + 1/2 utilities. 1st +
$200 sec. move in. Avail.
8/1. Call 321-242-3450
MELBOURNE BEACH,
20 something laid back
surfer has room for rent,
$350/month. First and
last. 321-243-9893
MELBOURNE, Lake
Washington & Wickham
area, share 3 BR/2 BA
fully furnished private
home, $475/mo. + 1/2
utilities. 321-610-0025
PALM BAY SE room for
rent, cable, utilities, wash-
er/ dryer, single professio-
nal, no pets, $125/week +
$300 security. Call John
321-432-7354
PALM BAY, (2) rooms
avail., private bath, living/
dining rooms, share kitch-
en, near shopping, quiet
neighborhood, $700 / mo.
total. Available now! Call
321-421-6644 / 951-8897
PALM BAY, roommate
wanted, private bath,
washer & dryer, cable,
house privileges, $450/
month. Jim 321-698-3736
SAT. BCH. 2 furn. rms w/
TV,use of laund.rm,pool,
pool table, dart board,-
walk to beach, library,
pk.Long/short term $600
mo. util's. incl.+ sec Must
love dogs. 321-773-2112
VERO BEACH: Furn rm
w/ bath & private ent., in
new home. Gated comm.
w/pool, tennis, etc. Cony
to shopn, mall, 1-95.
$135/wk + 1/2 util, no
smk. 772-770-4838


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COCOA BEACH, River
Apartment 2BR/1BA,
Ocean across street,
furn/unfurn $800+ utilities,
3590 S. Atlantic
321-784-0166
COCOA N. condo, quiet
2/2, tiled garden patio,
walk to shopping, club
house, pools, prefer no
pets, 3 person max. $875
mo. lease. 321-212-8911
FORT PIERCE South
Beach- Lg lbr/lba, very
clean, newly painted.
Good location. Walk to
the beach. No pets. $675
per month FLS Call
772-464-0628

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468-2333
OPEN MON SAT
INDIALANTIC, Beach
Club, 1/1, clubhouse, fit-
ness rm, pool, w/d hook-
up, new appl's., granite
counters, Avail now!
$750/mo. 561-350-7134
INDIALANTIC- ACROSS
from beach, 2/2 w/ NEW
everything! community w/
pool & tennis. $900/mo. +
security. Move-In Today!
321-223-2169/723-0047
Lakes of Viera 1/1 start-
ing at $850, 2/2 starting at
$990. All 1st floor. Lots of
amenities. Pool, fitness
center, putting green, 1
month free w/12 month
lease. 321-243-4746
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

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PROPERTIES, LLC

PALM BAY TOWNHOUSE
1 BR 1 BA, Central A/C, W/D, NEW Carpet, Tile, Slider
to PRIVATE Patio, Garage Available!!! $499 MONTH
SATELLITE BEACH DUPLEX
2 BR 2 BA, GARAGE, W/D, Central A/C, Fenced Yard,
FREE Lawn Service!!! $1,100 MONTH
INDIAN HARBOR BEACH APARTMENT
1 BR 1 BA, ONE Block to BEACHI! RENOVATED!!!
NEW Kitchen, Bath, Tile!l! FREE Cable!!! $775 MONTH

PALM BAY-QUADPLEX
$229,000 Four 1 BR Condos in BLDG., W/D, Central
A/C, Garagel!! RENT 3 Live for FREEI!!

PALM BAY PROFESSIONAL SPACE
On Palm Bay Rd, 1,650 sf, 2 Baths, Water & Sewer
incl. $1,500 MONTH

777-1532


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, 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
See photos online www.
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AD#19401
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 Com-
munity, Pelican Isles.
3/Br,2/Ba Apts Available.
Cable, w/d incl. Income
restrictions 925 Pelican
Isles Circle 772-581-4440
SEBASTIAN: "Inlet at
Sebastian" 3br/2ba Con-
do in Gated comm.
ground fir.. Furn. & incl.
appliances. Htd. Pool,
tennis, very quiet & pri-
vate but still close to Res-
taurant, shopping & hos-
pital. Small pet ok. Flexi-
ble lease terms.
$900/mo. 860-395-4122
or 860-388-2113
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/1ba, 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
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, 1/1,gated,
brand new, W/D, all ap-
pl's., pool, workout room,
Jacuzzi, cable/water incl.,
$750/mo. + sec. Pets ok
w/dep. Jim 410-493-0901
or Nicole 321-863-0876
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,1st floor, sm. pets
okay. $850/mo. 1st, last +
$450 sec. 321-543-2353



CAPE CANAVERAL,
Furnished 1BR/1BA. 2
blocks to Beach. $900/mo
plus utilities. Nov-April
min. 4 mos, Showing
now! 407-739-2746
COCOA, Rent or Rent to
own! 3BR/2BA,2 car gar.,
recent upgrades, 1513 sf,
built 04', new neighbor-
hood, close to 195. Must
relocate! 321-427-2832
EAU GALLIE (Melb.),
large 3/2/1 plus in-law
suite, family room,
screened porch, sprin-
klers, 608 Croton $950
321-777-4548
FIRST TIME BUYER
Why rent when you can
own? Free computerized
list of homes available
with no money down,
under $1300/month. Free
recorded message.
1-800-969-8475 ID# 1051
Tropical Realty
FORT PIERCE: 2br/lba,
lovely brick home,
spacious, W/D, all appis
included. $1200/mo. +
security. Good for lovely
family. 772-807-8644;
954-709-1830
HOBE SOUND Beauti-
fully Furnished open &
airy, 3br/2ba/2cg, 1.7
miles to beach, fenced
yard. $2700/mo Pets pos-
sible. 561-906-4332
See photo #19632 at
HometownNewOL.com
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 BEACH
3/2/2, 311 First Ave, 1
block from beach/ocean
ave. $1500/mo FLS.
7 7 2 794-2676
321-271-5709
MELBOURNE, Large 4Br
2.5Ba 1Car Garage,
fenced backyard, Choc-
taw Drive in Fountainhead
$975 mo. 321-266-4943
MELBOURNE: 3/1, Nice
home in quiet area, large
screened patio, new bath/
carpet/paint, fenced yard.
$775 mo. + $775 deposit.
321-652-3475
Merritt Island Very Nice
4br/2ba on 1810 Carlton.
$1500 per month & $1500
Security Deposit. Avail-
Sept 1st 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com


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, 1291 Lan-
dau Rd. SW Brand New
3/2/2, clean with washer/
dryer, stove, huge yard.
$1050/mo.,lst/sec. req'd.
Available! 321-517-9064
PALM BAY, 2 Weeks
Free! Brand new Homes!
$800 -$1200 mo. All
areas 3/2/2 w/ upgrades.
1200 sq. ft. Call for more
details. Gore Realty
321-952-7257 704-1104
PALM BAY. 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
SATELLITE BEACH -
3/2/2. Pool, screen porch,
Walk to schools, bch,
shops. Long/short term.
$1200/mo. incis lawn &
pool svc. 321-848-4110


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 Highlands
2br/2ba/ w/garage, very
clean, unfurnished, Ig
enclosed patio, beautiful
neighborhood, W/D, pets
ok. $850/mo. 341 Bis-
cayne 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: 3/2/2 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


AAAAAA
VERO BEACH
RENT W/ OPTION!
Two story, 4Br / 3Ba, Fla
room, Tile, Fireplace,
Master Br on 2nd floor.
Saltwater Pool in large
fenced yard! City water.
Room for boat or trailer.
Option to buy. Near High
School, $1875/Mo. 1st,
Last & Sec 772-581-4177
or 931-752-2228

VERO BEACH Brand
New 3/2.5/2. 3,400sqft
Ocean/River Front home.
Cathedral ceilings. Many
upgrades. Full appl's
$4,000/mo. Ref's + Se-
curity 860-395-4122 or
860-388-2113

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TITUSVILLE, 3/1/1,
Clean, quiet, safe area,
convenient to shopping,
Privacy fence $850/mo,
$850 deposit. No Dogs.
321-289-2489
VERO BEACH
2 Br/ 1ba, Fla rm. Corner
lot, central ac, ceiling
fans, dishwasher, wood
floors, washer/dryer in
separate utility room, car-
port, shed. Conv. to Rte
60 & US1. $850/mo., 1st/
last+ sec. No pets. Avail
Immed. 772-812-1005
772-337-9753.
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, 4/3/2, 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
VIERA, OSPREY, 3/2/2,
w/lawn care, granite kitch-
en, screen patio, comm.
pool, upgrades galore,
consider pets, close to all,
$1350/mo. 321-720-3214
W. MELBOURNE (2)
homes: 3/2, $795/mo.;
2/2,$775/mo. 55+ Comm,
pool/clubhouse. Incl. ca-
ble /trash.Both scrn/laund
rooms. 321-258-9203
W. MELBOURNE 3/2,
POOL, fenced, fireplace,
screened porch, den.
$1050/mo.;**Also ** 3/2/1
car. $875/mo. First, last,
security. Call Kris at
321-593-2701
W. MELBOURNE 3/2/2
Westbrooke Comm. pool
& park. Walking distance
to elementary & middle
schools. Alarm. $1200/
mo. incls. pest & lawn
svc. Call 321-698-8709

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INDIALANTIC townhome
Oceanside 2BR/2.5BA
W/D, garage, pool,
tennis, walk to shops &
beach. $1000/mo.
321-777-5740; 652-0570
MELBOURNE, 2 master
suites,2.5BA,pool,W/D,
priv. courtyard, great loca-
tion next to Melbourne
Square! $925/month. No
pets. 321-427-0307
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Turnbull Bay Golf villa.
2br/2ba, attached 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
SATELLITE BEACH.
Luxury Renovation. Lrg
townhouse in prestigious
Majorca. 3/2.4/1 + office.
Granite cntrs, tile fir &
Berber. $1550 MG Harrell
cApollo RE 321-243-9707



MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA
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


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MELBOURNE, Eau Gal-
lie, 2/1, new AC unit &
refrigerator, new tile in
kitchen, close to schools,
no pets, $685/mo. + $300
sec. 321-259-3359

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/1car. Spacious,
w/appl's, screened porch,
all tile, close to schools.
Small pets ok. $799/mo.
1152 Schumann Dr. Call
Elena 305-431-2830

SEBASTIAN: Delmonte
Rd. 3/2/1, brand new
construction, tile through-
out, close to schools.
Small pet ok. $900/mo, 1
mo free Section 8 wel-
come! 772-388-3202




MELBOURNE, Profes-
sional office, sublet 3400
sq.ft. 4653 Fortune Place.
Equipment available. Dis-
counted rent Available
Now. 321-725-6133

PALM BAY EXECU-
TIVE SUITES, prime lo-
cation. 1100 sqft or 4 indi-
vidual offices. Intersec-
tion of Malabar Rd and
Babcock 321-729-6090






VERO BEACH: Excellent
location, easy access, off
Rte 60, 732 sq ft & finish-
ed. Glass window store
front & ample parking
$840/mo neg
772-766-6616


Vacation & -
Travel


SWEET DREAMS CHA-
LET Murphy North Car-
olina. Beautiful Mtn.
views, 2/2 fireplace, rap
around decks, reserve
now. $525/wk
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ties incl. pool, recreation

828-693-4018


GATLINBURG TENN
Private Mountain chalet
on trout stream. Hot
tubs, fireplaces. Near
Dollywood & Smoky Mtn
National Park. www.
countryelegancecabins.com
1-800-404-3370

N GEORGIA Mountains
1-2 & 3-br cabins with hot
tubs, in Historic
Dahlonega. Horseback
riding, golf, hike, canoe,
pan for gold.
866-373-6307
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NORTH CAROLINA
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Florida heat & visit Sugar
Mountain. Condos with
many amenities. Call
today at 1-800-634-1320.
Mention this ad and
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TRANSPORTATION


CHEVROLET S-10
Pick-up. '00 Custom low
rider. Must see $3500.
772-461-0755
FORD- MUSTANG '67
Totally restored from the
Edelbrock crank shaft up!
Rebuilt engine with less
than 600 miles. 75K
original miles. Appraised
at $28K. Asking $19,999/
obo. Call 772-201-9317


KARMEN GHIA 1965:
New paint, new interior,
$3500. 321-784-8776
VOLKSWAGEN '73
Super Beetle, 90%
restored, beautiful red
paint. Everything new.
$4000. 772-201-3244



BUICK PARK Avenue
Ultra, '96, runs & looks
good, dark blue, looks
good in & out, $975/obo.
Call 321-868-3022
CHEVROLET Equinox:
2005, low miles, great
car! Moving Must sell.
$13,500. Or Best Offer.
772-589-9266


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CHEVY MONTE CARLO,
'00, 47Kmi., 1 owner, gar.
kept, exc. cond., V6, auto,
AC, green, new tires,
$6400. Call 321-631-7393
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#23625
CHRYSLER LEBARON
Convertible, '94, looks &
runs great, V6, automatic,
AC, $2400. 321-722-0078
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To Help Children & their
Families Suffering From
Cancer. Free Towing.
Tax Deductible.Children's
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American Association for
Cancer Research-Saving
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EAGLE TALON 1990,
turbo upgrade, AWD,
black on black, good con-
dition $1500 OBO
321-987-8819
FORD BRONCO, '95,
Eddie Bauer 4x4, all pow-
er, remote start, new tow
pkg., runs great, 1 owner,
$3900/obo. 321-917-3477
FORD MUSTANG: 1996,
2dr, auto, CD player, Red
in color, new tires, 6 cyl,
ice cold air. Runs Great!
$3000. Or best offer.
772-532-3892
HONDA CIVIC '98 2dr.
EX Coupe. Runs good.
Black, sunroof, a/c, PS,
cruise, CD player, 5spd.
$4200. call 321-253-9358
HONDA ELEMENT, '04,
39,811 mi., dk. blue/gray,
excellent cond. Moving -
must sell by 7/271 For
more info. 321-309-2923
787-309-8579


4ED e44I 7025 Korbin Avenue
S Rockledge, FL 32955
, te Tim & Dana Cornelius
321-632-8050 Family Owned & Operated


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Top $ Paid Old Appliances?
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HYUNDAI ACCENT, '02,
power windows/locks, AC
cold, 83K miles, exc. cd.,
white, below book value
$3900.321-544-9163
LEXUS ES300 1997,
pearl white, full power,
leather seats, sunroof,
exc. cond. 2nd owner.
$8K/OBO. 321-745-7329
LINCOLN CONTINEN-
TAL Sedan '96, 74K mls,
silver, exc cond. $4100.
321-984-1748 or e-mail
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.
Hometown NewsOL.com
Ad# 23465
MAZDA MIATA, '97, 5
spd,120K,new top& glass,
blue, very good condition,
new timing belt/battery,
$4495. 321-255-7538
NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S,
'06, tan, cruise, 30K mi.,
30mpg, non-smoker, ex-
tra clean, $13,995. Call
321-454-9616 / 403-7701
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
SOLDIII
I sold my Mercury Grand
Marquis in a week and a
half! Thanks Hometown
News. M.R. Palm Bay
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
TOYOTA CAMRY, '02,
loaded, like new, 49,900
mi., white w/fawn interior,
$12,995/obo. Please call
321-544-2926


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BOAT OR RV HELP
CHILDREN FIGHTING
DIABETES. Tax deducti-
ble, fast, free towing,
need not run. Please Call
Juvenile Diabetes Re-
search Foundation
#1-800-578-0408!
DONATE YOUR Car.
Special kids Fund! Help
disabled children with
camp and education.
Fast, Free Towing. Tax,
deductible .
1-866-448-3265



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
AD#23626
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
HARLEY SPORTSTER,
'02c, 16K miles,
blk, many custom options,
good cond., runs exc.,
$4000/obo. 321-720-6308
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.com
for photo. AD#23623
SUZUKI BOULEVARD
C50, 2006, 850cc, dark
metallic blue & dark grey,
less than 1000 miles,
$5000. 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




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




DODGE RAM 250: 1993,
Has stove, refrig., sink,
micro, toilet, bed. Own
water storage, septic
tank. Immac. condition.
$5000 obo 772-532-3892
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 new!
$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, leatherCD,
all power, runs / looks
great, well maintained,
$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. cd.
NS, garage kept, tinted
windows. Sirius. 6 Disc.
w/l-pod input. $9200. 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 conditionIll
$13K. call 321-431-7519
Check Out Photo of SUV,
See Ad # 23317, at www.
HometownNewsOL.com


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

DODGE GRAND .CARA-
VAN,'96, runs great, good
cond., new trans./tires/
brakes. Below wholesale,
$1900. 321-890-3856

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


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GMC SONOMA SLS, '99,
3 dr,ext. cab,4.3 V6, auto,
power&extras,gold w/bed-
liner & topper, only 69K,
exc. cond. Must see!
$6995. 321-725-3576
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
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. AD#23624
SIERRA GMC 2000 regu-
lar cab pickup, 4spd auto-
matc, air, tool box, bed
rails, pads. $5,250 OBO
321-383-2696
SOLD!!!
I sold my van with my
Hometown News ad!
Thank you! L.B. Melb.


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 SL 28.5, 28 ft.
sailboat, yanmar diesel,
sleeps 6, shower, head,
hot water, gps, auto pilot,
flat screen tv, surround
sound, gd sails, $17,500
OBO 321-693-7125

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one million potential
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North Palm Beach
thru Ormond Beach
HOMETOWN NEWS
321-242-0442


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

Call Classified
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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
KEY LARGO, 16.5', '03,
center console, T-top,
50hp Yamaha w/trailer &
more! Like new! $6000.
321-506-2492
PONTOON BOAT 2001
22ft Bennington,50hp Ya-
maha O/B,live well, depth
finder, complete canvas,
exc. cond. w/ '01 trailer,
ready to launch $10k/neg
illness sale.321-956-6250
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

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