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Vol. 3, No. 52


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FRIDAY, August 10, 2007


New details emerge in Allen arrest case


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BY DARRELL JOHNSON
Staff writer
Titusville police reports
released by the Florida state
attorney's office last week raised
new questions about the case
against state Rep. Bob Allen, R-
Merritt Island.
Rep. Allen, 48, was charged July
11 with agreeing to pay an under-
cover police officer for oral sex at
Space View Park in Titusville.
The charge is a second-degree


Caught


inthe


middle

Grand-fathered
rural homesite
sparks neighbor
dispute, cleanup
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE -
With new homes sprout-
ing up in former farm-
land, the blending of old
and new can create neigh-
borhood feuds.
Just ask Tony Osias and
Kathy Maynor.
Mr. Osias built a new
house last year across
from Ms. Maynor's half-
century old home, and the
two have been embroiled
in battles ever since.
Although centrally
located, a mile from the
Melbourne Square Mall,
Ms. Maynard's rural
homestead has remained
mostly untouched for
decades.
Long gone are the pas-
tures and fields once
plowed by tractors, but
the plat of land on Dorset
Drive still has a rural feel.
Until earlier this year, old
farm equipment, oil
drums and tires were
scattered about on the
property.


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer

The deadly collapse of
an eight-lane interstate
bridge in Minnesota has
local residents question-
ing the safety of Brevard
County bridges.
When the 1-35W bridge
tumbled into the Missis-
sippi River in Minneapolis
Aug 1, Minnesota state
officials had classified it as
"structurally deficient," a
determination that some
portion of the bridge
needed to be replaced or
repaired.
Within the Florida
Department of Trans-


misdemeanor, carrying a possible
60-day jail sentence.
The 18 pages of supplemental
reports a collection of docu-
ments and reports filed after the
arrest and an audiotape of
Assistant Police Chief John Lau's
conversation with Rep. Allen were
released late last week.
Greg Eisenmenger, Rep. Allen's
attorney, said the officer who
made the arrest was the only per-
son who made an illicit proposal.
"The police officer came to an


portation's District 5, a
nine-county district
including Brevard, only six
of 800 bridges are listed as
structurally deficient, not
including county-main-
tained bridges.
"Five of those bridges
are in Brevard County,"
said FDOT public informa-
tion officer Steve Homan.
"All five are scheduled to
be replaced."
Three of the deficient
bridges are part of the Mel-
bourne Causeway system,
bringing U.S. 192 to the
beaches. While none of the
main spans of the cause-
way are on the list, three of
0 See BRIDGES, A2


erroneous conclusion and decid-
ed to characterize what (Rep.
Allen) was doing as suspicious,"
Mr. Eisenmenger said.
The Titusville Police Depart-
ment report narrative, written by
Officer Daniel Kavanaugh, was
released Aug. 2, along with 18
pages of related documents.
In the narrative, Officer
Kavanaugh reported that he and
two other officers were conduct-
ing surveillance in an attempt to
catch a burglar who had been


active at a nearby condominium.
He said he watched as a white
male, later identified as Rep.
Allen, drove a silver four-door
Toyota through the driveway loop
twice "in a matter of moments."
He later saw the vehicle parked
nearby on Broad Street and real-
ized that Rep. Allen had walked
into the park on foot.
Officer Kavanaugh and his part-
ners watched as. Rep. Allen
I See ALLEN, A2


Sheriff's Office


officials hope


to expand jail


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
West Melbourne resident Tony-Osias has complained
about perceived code violations at a property across the
street from his new home. He believes the lack of
enforcement is making it harder to sell his home.


All that debris has been
making it hard to sell a
new house, Mr. Osias said.
"I had people come over
and look at my house, but
when they saw the prop-
erty across the street, they
said 'No!'" said Mr. Osias.
His home, a 2,260-
square-foot modern
building with 10-foot ceil-
ings, matches the other
homes on the west side of


Dorset Drive but contrasts
sharply with several of the
rural homes across the
street, including Ms.
Maynor's.
Mr. Osias says his com-
plaint isn't about the age
of the home or the adja-
cent shed, but about what
he perceives as an unfair
lack of enforcement of city
I See OSIAS, A3


BY TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer
Brevard County Sher-
iff's Office officials hope
budget cuts do not pre-
vent them from expand-
ing the Brevard Jail Com-
plex in Sharpes.
By early next year, offi-
cials would like to relieve
crowded conditions at
the jail by opening a 288-
bed medical and mental-
health unit and what
would be the jail's fourth
100-bed inmate tent.
The fourth tent has
been erected and the
medical and mental-
health unit is under con-
struction.
Opening the new tent
would require almost
$642,000. Sheriff Jack
Parker said about
$580,000 of that total
would go toward the
salaries and benefits of
corrections officers and
the remainder would pay
for operating costs.
He said opening the
mental health and med-
ical unit would require
about $4.9 million. The
bulk of it would be ear-
marked for salaries and
benefits, with about
$450,000 for operating


expenses.
Sheriff
Parker
said the
operating
costs for
both
facilities
include
furnish-
ings such PARKER
as mat-
tresses
and the cost of doing
background checks on
new employees.
"We'd like to hire 71
corrections officers and
15 corrections techni-
cians for the medical and
mental-health pod and
10 corrections officers for
the new tent," he said.
Sheriff's Office officials
are waiting for the Coun-
ty Commission to vote on
the projects. The com-
mission has approved
more than $11 million in
proposed budget cuts
because of property tax
reform and could trim
more before voting on
the final budget on Sept.
18.
"We won't know for
sure whether the (jail)
projects will get


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Incumbent seeks re-election in West Melbourne


Jan Lieson says
she wants to
continue serving city
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE Citing a
desire to make a positive differ-
ence for the city she loves, Jan
Lieson announced plans to seek
re-election to her council seat.
"I love what I do," said Mrs.
Lieson. "I enjoy working with the
staff and the residents of our city."


A resident of
West Melbourne
since its incorpo-
ration in 1959,
Mrs. Lieson has .-
seen the city grow
enormously in the
last five decades.
"Roads are the f '
most important -
issue to our resi- Lieson
dents, myself
included," said Mrs. Lieson. "As a
city, we must do a better job of
working with the county to pro-
vide north/south and east/west


access within our city."
The widening of Hollywood
Boulevard and extension of
Henry and Fell roads to Dairy
Road are high on her to-do list.
"We also have to finish the
Florida Avenue extension to Hol-
lywood (Boulevard)," she said.
Mrs. Lieson advocates "out-of-
the-box" thinking to address
some of the city's more pressing
needs.
"I have suggested having town
hall meetings to give residents an
opportunity to express their
needs, ideas and desires for our


city," she said.
Mrs. Lieson believes her years
of service to the city, including
volunteer service on the Citizens
Advisory and Planning and Zon-
ing boards as well as 16 years of
experience as a council member,
qualify her for the post.
While Mrs. Lieson enjoys serv-
ing the residents of West Mel-
bourne, she has been frustrated
by the turnover in some of the
city's most important posts
including the city manager, clerk


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walked into the restroom,
then left it and sat on a
bench.
"The two other officers
stated that they had
observed Allen behaving
suspiciously and believed
that he was looking for a
sexual partner," Officer
Kavanaugh wrote in his
report.
Officer Kavanaugh said
he decided to see what
Rep. Allen was doing.
During several trips in
and out of the restroom,
Rep. Allen and the officer
exchanged cursory greet-
ings, according to the
report.
On the tape of the post
arrest interview, Rep. Allen
seems to not understand
what has happened.
"Mr. Allen, here's the
deal: You've been put in


Bridges
From page Al


the lower relief bridges
east of the center spans
need to be replaced.
"These bridges have
been reinforced," said Mr.
Homan. "They are sched-
uled to be replaced in late
2009 or early 2010. .
The other two struc-
turally deficient state-
maintained bridges are on
U.S. 1 as the highway
crosses the St. Sebastian
River in the southernmost
section of the county.
"We already have open
bids on those bridges (for
replacement)," said Mr.
Homan. "They were built
in 1924 and 1957. They
used to use a more porous
type of concrete, so water
was able to seep into the
pilings."
County bridges are
maintained and inspected
by the Brevard County
Road and Bridge Depart-
ment.
Three county-main-
tained bridges are also
structurally deficient, Mr.


Homan said.
On the list, are two spans
on C.R. 402, the Max Brew-
er Memorial Parkway in
Titusville. The causeway is
a popular route for travel-
ers to the Merritt Island
Wildlife Refuge or the
Canaveral Seashore. Fish-
ermen often line the
bridges on weekends.
The westbound Port
Malabar Boulevard bridge
spanning Turkey Creek is
also listed as structurally
deficient. While no specific
issues were listed, Mr.
Homan said any number
of problems could qualify
a bridge for the designa-
tion.
"It could have issues
with the deck, the sub-
structure or the super-
structure that need atten-
tion," said Mr. Homan. "It
doesn't mean any of these
bridges are ready to col-
lapse."
In the wake of the I-35W
collapse, U.S. Transporta-
tion Secretary Mary Peters
called for an overhaul of
the nation's bridge inspec-


'We must have a top-to-bottom review of
the bridge inspection program to make sure
that everything is being done to keep this kind
of tragedy from occurring again."


Secretary Mary Peters
U.S. Transportation


tion program.
"What happened in Min-
nesota is simply unaccept-
able," said Secretary Peters
in a news release. "We
must have a top-to-bot-
tom review of the bridge
inspection program to
make sure that everything
is being done to keep this
kind of tragedy from
occurring again."
None of the bridges in
Florida use a steel truss
system like the one that
collapsed in Minnesota,
Mr. Homan said.
He echoed the senti-
ment of Secretary Peters,
saying Florida places
bridge safety as a highest


priority.
"The first thing we do
with available funds is
address safety concerns,".
he said. "Then we address
maintenance, then we
address capacity improve-
ments. That's why there's
so much work to be done."
Mr. Homan also stressed
that any bridges that could
not be safely patched
would be closed or have
maximum weight post-
ings.
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custody and arrested,"
Assistant Chief Lau said.
"So that was an arrest?"
Rep. Allen said.
He told the assistant
chief that what he was
accused of doing was "so
contrary to everything in
my being. I acted wrong in
a bad circumstance, but
I'm not guilty of any of the
charges.
"At the first mention of
sex and the first mention
of money, I didn't know if
(Officer Kavanaugh) was
out to find out if I had
money in my pocket," Rep.
Allen said.
He said he was afraid of
the "stocky black guy" who
met him in the restroom.
Rep. Allen was charged
with "soliciting for prosti-
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the arrest affidavit.
"Look and see what he
was charged with," Mr.
Eisenmenger said. "The
charges are described
under the statute as solic-
iting, enticing or procur-
ing. Whether (Rep. Allen)
did this or not, the only
solicitor was the officer."
He said it was out of line
to publicly release the dis-
covery documents and the
tape before the case goes
to trial.
"I am sorry, but we have
nothing further on the Bob
Allen arrest. It is in the
hands of the State Attor-
ney's Office, and it's just
not appropriate for us to
make any comments," said
Lt. Todd Hutchinson,
Titusville Police Depart-
ment spokesman in an e-
mail.


Alm.


State Attorney Norm
Wolfinger has assigned Pat
Whitaker, a prosecutor
from Seminole County,
who has never had deal-
ings with Rep. Allen, to
handle the case, said state
attorney spokeswoman
Lynne Bumpus-Hooper.
"The prosecutor careful-
ly examined all of the
material received from
Titusville Police Depart-
ment and said there is
enough to prosecute," she
said.
Following his arrest, Rep.
Allen said he was not going
to resign his seat in the
Florida House of Repre-
sentatives.
Contact Darrell Johnson
at (321) 751-5964 or John-
son@hometownnewsol.co
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codes on the property.
"I just want the property
cleaned up, that (shed)
removed or repaired and
all the debris removed,"
said Mr. Osias.
Dating back to early
2006, Mr. Osias has been
asking the city of West Mel-
bourne to issue citations to
require the property to
become compliant with
the city's code. He also
asked the city to address
several other properties on
Dorset Drive.
While most properties
have come into compli-
ance and many improve-
ments have been made on
Ms. Maynard's property as
a result of his requests, Mr.
Osias believes there is
more that could be done.
"They have a boat in dis-
repair in the (open) shed, a
big fuel tank and lots of
debris," said Mr. Osias.
"And look at that big
mound of dirt," he said,
pointing to a 6-foot high
dirt pile covered with vege-
tation.
The property has been
in Ms. Maynor's family for
generations, and is con-
sidered to be "noncon-
forming," said West Mel-
bourne senior code
enforcement inspector
Dwight Powless.
The city's code, Sec. 98-
31, allows lots and struc-
tures that have been in use
prior to the introduction of
new regulations, to contin-
ue that use as long as the
owner desires.
Because Ms. Maynor's
family has owned the prop-
erty for decades, the code
does not require them to
meet all of today's regula-
tions.
"I'm in shock that he's
gone this far," said Ms.
Maynor. "We had heavy
equipment (on the proper-
ty) that was my father's. We
spent hours and hours
cleaning the place (after my
father died.)"
While the city has asked
Ms. Maynor to remove the
tractors, oil drums, used
tires and agricultural
equipiffeft ffiffi the prop-
erty, they have informed
MrnOsias that the dirt pile,
boat and fuel tank do not
violate any of the city's


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Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
The rural nature of the property across from Tony Osias' contrasts sharply with his new
home on Dorset Avenue. The property's owner, Kathy Maynor, contends that her prop-
erty is compliant with all West Melbourne codes.


codes.
Last month, the city did
ask Ms. Maynor to remove
some lumber piles and an
air-boat propeller cage, Mr.
Powless said. The city has
also issued a permit to
remove and replace the
shed roof, which will expire
Oct 25. No fines or citations
have been issued, he said.
"Our objective is compli-
ance, not penalties," said
city manager David Reynal.
"There are some violations
out there now, but we
expect them to be
addressed."
Meanwhile, Mr. Osias is
frustrated as he tries to sell
his house in an already dif-
ficult real estate market. He
has already dropped his
asking price by more than
$30,000.
Incompatible neighbors
can impact a home's resale
value, said Matthew Bron-
son, local realtor and radio
host of "At Home with
Matthew Bronson" on
WMEL 920 AM.
"The cliche 'Location,
locatirin, location' is- a
cliche for a reason," said
Mr. Bronson. "I tell my cus-
tomers, 'You're not buying a
home, you're buying a


neighborhood.'"
Ms. Maynor argues that
Mr. Osias' asking-price is
still too high for the current
marketplace.
"He can't sell (the house)
because he's simply asking
a ridiculous price," Ms.
Maynor said.
She believes that Mr.
Osias is trying to put pres-
sure on her to sell her
property.
"He's trying to do every-
thing to get us out," Ms.
Maynor said. "He's really
trying to low-ball the
(price)."
Mr. Osias has argued that
he only offered to buy the
property so that he could
clean it up to improve his
chances of selling his own
home.
"I'll even pay to have that
dirt pile removed," said Mr.
Osias.
Mr. Osias was frustrated
by the council's failure to
compel Ms. Maynor to do
more.
"I guess suing the city is
my next step," said Mr.
Osias. "Maybe someptiblic
shame will work."
Still reeling from 'the
death of five family mem-
bers in an 18-month peri-


od, Ms. Maynor said she
doesn't have the energy to
deal with the complaints.
"If he continues to harass
us, we will file a suit," said
Ms. Maynor. "I'm surprised
he hasn't gone to the presi-
dent with this."
Meanwhile, cities will
continue to be caught in
the middle when conflicts
arise as newer homes are
built near older, noncon-
forming homes.
"I've seen it happen
before," said James Teele,
vice-president of Mel-
bourne's Code Enforce-
ment Board.
The city's code permits
nonconformities to contin-
ue, but does not encourage
their continuation.
Owners of newer homes
may find it unfair that
older homes do not have to
answer to same set of rules,
but 'that's what the code
allows, said Mr. Reynal.
"It's a matter of property
rights," he said. "A public
agency ought not be able to
change an existing proper-
ty into an illegal one."

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometown-
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New Florida Tech College
of Business dean named

A former teacher and researcher with degrees
from Ohio State University has been named Flori-
da Institute of Technology's College of Business
dean.
Robert Niebuhr, a former dean at Tennessee
Technological University and department head at
Auburn University, brings more than 25 years of
experience to the post, said Florida Tech assistant
communications director Karen Rhine.
While at Tennessee Technological University, Mr.
Niebuhr led 75 faculty and staff members, oversee-
ing a budget of nearly $7 million.
"We are very pleased to have Dr. Niebuhr join us
as the new dean," said Florida Tech president
Anthony Catanese. "His prior success and exten-
sive experience in several key areas, such as the
management of technology, entrepreneurship
and global business makes him the right choice at
the right time."

July rainfall total was near record high

MELBOURNE Several days of torrential rain
showers in the Melbourne area last month led to a
near-record high of rainfall.
The month of July saw a total of 11.46 inches of
rain in the Melbourne area, just below the record
rainfall total of 11.95 inches that fell in July 1944.
That's according to the Web site for the National
Weather Service office in Melbourne, at
www.srh. noaa.gov/mlb/.
Last month's rain total included a daily record of
3.05 inches of rain that fell on July 21. That sur-
passed the previous record of 1.32 inches of rain
that fell July 21, 2003.
The lowest amount of rain for the Melbourne
area during July was the .81-inch of rain in July
1955, according to the Web site.
The site also includes other types of weather-
related data. For example, it states the daily record
high temperature for the Melbourne area in July
was 102 degrees on July 14, 1980.
The record low for July was 60 degrees on July 2,
1977.
Last month's highest temperature in the Mel-
bourne area was 95 degrees on July 20 and the low-
est temperature was 71 degrees just one day later.

Animal shelter needs food

Officials at the South Animal Care and Adoption
Center say the constant influx of animals to the
center has put it in "dire need" of food donations.
Donations will be accepted at the center, 5100 W.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne, and at the North Ani-
mal Care and Adoption Center, 2605 Flake Road,
Titusville.
The centers are operated by the Brevard County
Animal Services and:EEnforcement Department.
For information, call (321) 253-6608 or (321) 264-
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Coast Tiger Bay Club of
Satellite Beach. The club
bills it as a nonpartisan
organization that works to


increase the political
awareness of Brevard
County residents.
Mr. Romney's campaign
visit to the Space Coast
came less than three
months after state officials
moved Florida's 2008 pres-
idential primary up from
March to Jan. 29.
Monday, Mr. Romney
told his audience the fed-
eral government "seems to
be broken" and is spend-
ing too much money.
He also said America is
too dependent on foreign
oil and the U.S. economy
is facing significant chal-
lenges from India and
China.
Mr. Romney said Demo-
cratic presidential candi-
date Hillary Clinton aims
to solve some of the coun-
try's problems by having
corporations pay more in
taxes.
"The right answer isn't
to raise corporate taxes,"
he said. "It's to lower them
to be more competitive."
Mr. Romney, 60, co-


founded Bain Capital, a
Boston, Mass.-based pri-
vate equity investment
firm in 1984. He served as
president of the 2002
Olympic Games and is
credited with turning
around the games, Which
had been "mired in con-
troversy" and a financial
crisis, according to his
Web site, www.mittrom-
ney.com.
He served one term as
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from 2003-07.
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loud applause Monday
after saying he wants to
strengthen the U.S. mili-
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elected president, he
would work to increase
military spending by $30
billion to. $50 billion and
ensure veterans receive
better healthcare.
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would propose tax-free
savings plans to help mid-
dle-income Americans
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in new technologies," he
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Editor's note: This is a
list of arrests, not convic-
tions, and all arrestees are
presumed innocent unless
or until proven guilty in a
court of law.

Melbourne Police
Department

Shaun Michael Buttree,
26, of 1157 Sanddune
Lane, Melbourne, was
charged July 27 with bat-
tery-domestic violence
and false imprisonment.
Anthony W. Caprio, 20,
of 390 Wickham Lakes
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged July 27 with rob-
bery and battery.
Jonathan Paul Hively,
18, of 191 Dailey St. S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged
July 27 with aggravated
battery.
Justin Edward Hively, 18,
of 191 Dailey St. S.E., Palm
Bay, was charged July 27
with aggravated battery.
Michael Thomas Gold-
en, 52, of 3555 Cedar
Mountain Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged. July
28 with felony driving
under the influence, driv-
ing with a suspended
license and violation of
probation.
Jennifer L. Kellam, 39,
of 2663 Bernice Court,
Melbourne, was charged
July 28 with battery-
domestic violence.
Scott Michael Man-
ning, 49, of 3160 Hield
Road, West Melbourne,
was charged July 28 with
possession of cocaine and
possession of a controlled
substance while in the
physical control of a
motor vehicle.
Krissi Reiss, 19, of 4395
Thistleberry Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July
28 with aggravated bat-
tery.
Moses Taylor, 30, of 459
Barraclough Ave. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged
July 28 with reckless driv-
ing, fleeing/attempting to
elude a law-enforcement
officer, driving under the
influence, driving under
the influence with proper-
ty damage, leaving the
scene of an 'accident


involving more than $50
in damage, driving with a
suspended license, resist-
ing arrest without vio-
lence and two felony
counts of violation of pro-
bation.
Malori Jo Acker, 21, of
313 Gemini Drive, Satellite
Beach, was charged July
29 with aggravated
assault-domestic vio-
lence.
Carrie Boswell, 23, of
1604 Croftwood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 29 with burglary and
grand theft.
Siobhan Fernandez
Hahn, 47, of 646 W. Ford
Circle, Melbourne, was
charged July 29 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Michael Marino Passi-
ni, 30, of 6901 West High-
way 192, West Melbourne,
was charged July 29 with
possession of cocaine,
tampering with evidence
and three counts of carry-
ing a concealed weapon.
Elijah Lyndan Young,
22, of 1140 Arnold Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 29 with battery-
domestic violence and
violation of probation.
David Patrick Garner,
19, of 3349 Rivercrest
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged July 30 with bat-
tery-domestic violence
and violation of proba-
tion.
Todd J. Latulippe, 32, of
3001 Park Village Way,
Melbourne, was charged
July 30 with battery-
domestic violence.
Kimberly Dawley, 33, of
285 Jacaranda Ave. N.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged
July 31 with possession of
cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Bobbie S. Kilburn, 35,
of 621 Magnolia Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged July
31 with battery-domestic
violence.
Peter Leary, 42, of 700
E. Fee Ave., Melbourne,
was charged July 31 with
driving under the influ-
ence, battery on a law-
enforcement officer,
resisting arrest with vio-
lence and two counts of
battery on an emergency
medical care provider.


Nathaniel Mullins, 49,
of 2517 Race St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July
31 with aggravated bat-
tery.
Roxanne Marie Apfel-
Mason, 28, of 805 Osage
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 2 with grand
theft, trafficking stolen
property and giving false
information to second-
hand property.
Mindy Ann Ashley, 27,
of 1190 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 2 with battery-
domestic violence.
Dandre Maurice
Watkins, 20, of 1243 Mar-
quis Court, Rockledge,
was charged Aug. 2 with
being a fugitive from jus-
tice and tampering with
evidence.
Marcus White, 20, of
4515 Treeridge Lane, Palm
Bay, was charged Aug. 2
with being a habitual traf-
fic offender driving with a
suspended license, pos-
session of cocaine, felony
possession of a controlled
substance while in the
physical control of a
motor vehicle and posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Joseph J. Bray, 44, of
250 Lago Circle, No. 105,
West Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 1 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Patterson Wally Hast-
ings, 51, of 2990 Fiske
Blvd., Unit A4, Rockledge,,
was charged July 27 with
forgery, two counts of
felony violation of proba-
tion, two counts of grand
theft and two counts of
scheme to defraud and
obtain property.
Jamie L. Henderson,
33, of 2617 Race St., Unit
A, Melbourne, was
charged July 27 with pos-
session of cocaine with
intent to sell and posses-
sion of marijuana.


Michael G. Lilja, 44, of
1784 Ixora Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July
27 with murder and viola-
tion of community super-
vision.
Matthew Kyle Morey,
19, of 4045 Miami Ave.,
West Melbourne, was
charged July 27 with traf-
ficking a controlled sub-
stance, possession of a
controlled substance with
intent to sell, possession
of marijuana with intent
to sell and five counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Granville A. Pinnock,
54, of 8500 Ivanhoe Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 27 with battery on a
law-enforcement officer,
aggravated assault and
resisting arrest with vio-
lence.
*William David Sellers,
40, of 2808 Burton Place,
Melbourne, was charged
July 27 with failure to
appear, grand theft auto,
uttering a forged instru-
ment and unauthorized
use or possession of a dri-
ver's license.
Brandon Charod Smith,
22, of 516 Roberts St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July
28 with felony failure to
appear, being a habitual
traffic offender driving on
a suspended license, giv-
ing a false name, grand
theft and delivering, pos-
sessing or selling an
altered firearm.
Gregory Butler, 23, of
2730 Village Park Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 29 with felony failure
to appear, battery-domes-
tic violence and two
counts of battery.
William Paul Frank, 31,
of 1153B Carlton Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 30 with aggravated
battery-domestic violence.
Alan Dean Richard
Leib, 19, of 956 Beaumont
Lane, Rockledge, was
charged July 30 with bur-
glary and two counts of
grand theft.
Bron N. Park, 49, of
8976 W. Indiana Ave., West
Melbourne, was charged
July 30 with burglary, pos-
session of burglary tools,


grand theft, trafficking
stolen property and
attempting to solicit or
conspire.
Michael Wayne Ploehn,
30, of 896 Isar Ave. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged July
30 with fleeing and
attempting to elude a
police officer and driving
with a suspended license.
Gil Ahned Roman, 27,
of 623 Coconut St., Palm
Bay, was charged July 30
with felony failure to
appear.
Michelle M. Ryan, 40, of
3485 Heartwood Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
July 30 with battery-
domestic violence.
Christen Nicole Calla-
han, 21, of 2685 State St.,
West Melbourne, was
charged July 31 with traf-
ficking stolen property,
possession of marijuana,
possession of drug para-
phernalia and petty theft.
Philip Guccione, 46, of
1666 Owl Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged July
31 with battery and tam-
pering/harassing a wit-
ness.
Dorothy J. Hayda, 48, of
1246 Harwick St. S.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged July
31 with forgery, uttering a
forged instrument and
grand theft.
Hugh Aloysiusos Kelly,
25, of 625 Belvedere Road
N.W, Palm Bay, was
charged July 31 with being
a habitual traffic offender
driving with a suspended
license.
James Alan Valley, 44, of
472 S. Magnolia Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged July
31 with violation of com-
munity control.
Joseph Lee Ayala, 20, of
959 Bayward Court, Rock-
ledge, was charged Aug. 1


with unauthorized use or
possession of a driver's
license.
Rodney Alan Rollings,
39, of 2116 Caribbean Isle
Way, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 1 with non-
support, fleeing and
attempting to elude a
police officer, resisting
arrest without violence
and reckless driving.
Alvin J. Sanders, 19, of
530 Collings St., Palm Bay,
was charged Aug. 1 with
sale of cocaine.
Edmund R. Cochrane,
27, of 3082 Bailey Terrace
N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 2 with sale of
cocaine.
Jorge Ignacio Fernan-
dez, 20, of 1825 Taymouth
St., Palm Bay, was charged
Aug. 2 with felony failure to
appear.
Derrick Leon Harden,
30, of 2907 Carver St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
2 with sale of cocaine and
violation of probation.
Brenda Jane McCarrell,
57, of 1341 Gilroy St. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged
Aug. 2 with possession of
marijuana with intent to
sell, possession of marijua-
na and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Leilani S. Rivera, 42, of
682 Thomas Jefferson
Lane, West Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 2 with crimi-
nal use of personal identi-
fication.
Rebecca Lynne Tirrell,
26, of 636 Melbourne Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 2 with two felony
counts of failure to appear.
Michelle Susan Verna-
gallo, 19, of 4385 Gamwell
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 2 with failing
to redeliver hired/leased
personal property.


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Aurora Road needs a basic sidewalk

Congratulations to the Eau Gallie High students who
petitioned Melbourne City Council for a new skate park
in Melbourne.
Our children need positive physical outlets in our
community; this will be a great asset to all.
I only wish Melbourne City Council would respond so
quickly and positively to other issues raised by its resi-
dents.
I live in one of the oldest communities along Aurora
Road. Aurora and Sarno roads are among the oldest in
the old Eau Gallie section of the city.
Unfortunately, they are the most neglected.
This is because they both have sections maintained by
the city and county,
Traveling up Aurora Road from U.S. 1, you will note
there is no continuous sidewalk to safely walk or ride a
bike. That's quite an issue since Eau Gallie High School,
Johnson Junior High School, Dr. W.J. Creel Elementary
and Community Christian School (are) all in the Aurora
Road vicinity. Some schools (are) in the county section,
some in the city section.
Children cannot safely maneuver a bike or walk to
their school. Residents can't bike either and walk along
the road at their peril.
Isn't this more basic a provision than a new skate park?
I have petitioned the city and county for several years
about this issue. It's hard to choose if I'm more insulted
by the county, who never responded or by the city, who
responded, but didn't follow through.
Every year that passes (and I've been here since 1957),
I see my tax money at work more and more in the newly
developing areas of the city and county.
So, how can you explain a major roadway that has
existed for (more than) 50 years lacking something so
basic as a sidewalk?
Editor's note: The city did not fund the construction of
the indoor skate park on U.S. 1. That project was under-
written by private investors. The city only funded a feasi-
bility study, which determined the cost for the city to con-
struct a skate park to be prohibitive.
Hometown News received the following response from
Michael Moore, Melbourne public information officer:
"Staff is currently evaluating whether the city can install
sidewalks along Aurora Road. That work includes a
determination of existing easements and rights-of-way
available to either the city or Brevard County along the
county-maintained roadway."


Gay man takes issue with PFLAG bashers

I read the July 20 issue of Hometown News "Rants &
Raves" section, and (with) much aggravation I would
like for you to print an update to the "PFLAG" articles.
The first article was headed, "PFLAG not only option
available."
As a gay man, and strictly gay, I find it offensive that
people still look for responses that fit their desired out-
come.
I did hear about a chromosonal defect that causes
one's X and Y chromosones to be offset and to have a
gender "malfunction."
As a gay male, it is highly ineffective to allow people to
believe "you don't have to be gay if you don't want to."
This is one parent's idea of the perfect answer and
(he/she) wasn't listening to the advice and reasoning
from PFLAG. (This person wants) to continue not
accepting the life of their children, pushing them to not
embrace themselves and to follow their hearts.
The second article was "PFLAG doesn't tell the truth
about homosexuality."
Right off the bat this is astounding.
Let me start here by saying that I am not a full support-
er of the "lifestyle" that homosexuals live because of all
the multiple partner activities that do go on. (However,)
by continuing the unaccepting route, perhaps that pro-
motes more multi-partnerships.
I have found myself "leaving the gay lifestyle," but not
in a heterosexual manner, because I am not heterosexu-
al.
Those who have gone from same-sex relationships to
living in an opposite-sex relationship are bisexual.
I think this nation really needs to open up (its) minds
before they can take on the challenge of homosexuality
and truly understand what it is and how insignificant it
really could be.
How many of those who have "left" the gay "lifestyle"
are now cheating on their spouses?
Trust me, I am 27 and no stranger to the activities of
what goes on inside the walls of homosexuality.
It is a crude place, no doubt with loose morals, but that
is not fixed by (being) unaccepting and (those) searching
for the "perfect answer."


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Prejudice against gays fueled
by 'immoral' labeling

I usually don't rant or rave, but the comments on
homosexuality caught my attention, especially in light of
the Bob Allen controversy.
My comment is that homosexuality is not going away
in our society.
Hopefully, gay men and women might become less
discriminated against as time passes.
However, for this to happen, the public has to perceive
that being gay is not immoral.
That is the difficult and challenging issue.
There are many, many gay (people) who act morally
within society. They hold down jobs. They are not
promiscuous or blatant about their behavior in public.
These people want to live and let live, and they should
be allowed all the same rights and privileges as anyone
else in our society as far as family medical benefits, mar-
riage rights, adoption, etc.
My complaint is with the minority of gay people who
chose to make it uncomfortable for the rest of us ... those
who need to seek out sex in a public restroom or, prior to
AIDS, gay bathhouses.
That sort of behavior makes headlines and makes it
seem like the whole gay community acts that way, which
they don't.
Sexual deviants are just that deviant (and can be both
gay or straight).
Those few headline-makers will continue to make it
difficult for the rest of the gay community to gain accept-
ance.
Until our society chooses to judge everyone individu-
ally by his or her actions, rather than lump everyone as
"immoral" because of their sexual preference, prejudice
will continue to prevail.

Saying one isn't homosexual,
doesn't mean it's true

Sorry, I just can't sit back and let these self-righteous
homophobic hatemongers spread their preconceived
ideas as facts.
All the opinions by the groups mentioned in their let-
ters are not based on any real scientific studies but rather
religious-based studies, with results guaranteed to fit.
They offer not one shred of real proof to support their
ideas.
No, I am not from PFLAG, although I have heard of it, I
don't really know that much about them or their pro-
gram.
Do homosexuals live in the straight world, marry, have
children, go to church?
Yes, of course they do. Millions of them live a closeted
life, denying what they are.
Some remain faithful to their spouses. Many others
sneak around having casual sex or some even longtime
affairs.
If you ever read through arrest records you would find
most of those arrested for unlawful behavior in rest-
rooms are married or single men living as straight.
Teachers, military, public workers, and ministers are
among those arrested in police stings.
Do some homosexuals living to old age find them-
selves lonely and unfulfilled?
Yes, but so do millions of other elderly. Millions sit in
nursing homes with no family caring for them.
Those religious organizations and the Web sites men-
tioned say it's a choice. If that is true, who would choose
to live a life of scorn? To be hated and discriminated
against. To be beaten and even killed.
There was no time in my life I decided I was attracted
to my own sex. It just happened.
As most do, I tried to ignore and deny what I was.
Guess what?
It can't be done.


Why are so many teen suicides attributed to gay teens?
Is it because they can no longer withstand the pressure
to conform or can't face what they are and the life of hate
and discrimination ahead?
Anyone can say, usually under great duress, "Hey, I am
no longer gay," and go on to live a straight life, but that
does not mean they are no longer a homosexual.

Ranter opposed to free lunches at schools

As a taxpayer I strongly oppose the free lunch program
at the schools, especially during the summer when the
schools are closed.
Parents are responsible for their kids, not the schools. If
they are truly in need, there are assistance programs
such as food stamps.
The schools are not orphanages or social workers. They
are supposed to educate the kids, and they aren't even
doing a good job at that.

Act of congressman results in
great travel experience

It took an act (by a congressman) to get our passports
this summer.
Numerous students and chaperons from Titusville
High School were still without passports to travel to
Europe just days before the scheduled departure.
(About) $5,000 each and a year of preparation was at
stake.
(Rep. Tom) Feeney (R-District 24) and his time-sensi-
tive aides came to our rescue. Our passports were
overnight expressed to us out of a holding facility in
South Carolina.
Thank you Congressman Feeney. The kids had the
times of their lives and memories that will last forever.

Demand change from elected officials

Gas is $3 a gallon, and nobody seems to care.
We need to call our senators and state representatives
and demand that they get the prices down to where they
are reasonable.
We all need to get together and stand together.
We also have a big problem with immigration. We have
all these people coming over to our country and using up
our resources.
They don't obey our laws. They break into our country
illegally, and they have no penalty.
That needs to stop.
We need to make phone calls and demand this is
changed.

Eggs are for eating, not throwing at cars

This morning I got up only to find an egg carton in the
yard and every car on our street was egged.
I have no idea who did it, but cameras will be installed
(so) we will catch whoever is doing this.
I have worked hard and I have paid for my car and I
would never damage someone's property.
I don't wish this on anyone.
Please stop the vandalism.
You'll understand when you grow and have to pay bills
how important it is to keep what you have even if it isn't
much.

Just get rid of all the car commercials

This is for the person who likes one car commercial
over (another) car commercial in Rants & Raves and gave
a free plug to that one car company.
Whoever (wrote in) is forgetting one thing, they are all
commercials and there (are) too many ... the worst com-
mercials are car commercials.
We have enough commercials. We don't need another


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Let's increase the size of small print
What's with small, sometimes called, fine print?
Why is small print legal?
It's just an obvious way of cheating and ripping people
off.
On TV, it is either flashed so fast you can't read it or it is
printed so small you can's see it.
What the small print always says is what should be
written in large print so no one can miss it.

Cell phone users should can
their conversations
Have you ever been in line waiting, when someone
behind you, in front of you and the cashier are all on their
cell phones talking about nothing?
I don't answer mine when I'm in the car, at a grocery
store or anywhere in front of someone.
It's rude, unkind and worthless.
Turn them off. It's annoying to listen to what you did
last night when I'm trying to buy groceries.
Have some common courtesy.

Those opposed to 'unwinnable'
war are not traitors
This is in response to the (person) who wants to know
"Who are the winners in this war?"
You have obviously never worn the uniform of our great
country, or you would know there are no winners in a war
and that includes this one.
There are, however, some losers: The American taxpayer
who has had to foot the bill to the tune of $400 billion with
more to come, the families of the more than 3,600 soldiers
killed during this war, the soldiers who were wounded and
have returned to a broken military health care system and
VA medical system, (which is) totally unprepared to provide
them adequate medical care.
We are fighting an ill-conceived and poorly planned war. A
war that was started by the U.S. attacking a sovereign nation
without provocation for the first time in history. In the rush
to war, the reasons the administration used to justify our
unilateral attack on Iraq were all found to be false.
The American military, as good as it is, is caught in the mid-
dle of a civil war. They have been placed in an unwinnable
situation. At this point, all they are doing is (trying) to give
the political process in Iraq additional time to work.
While the U.S. military continues to fight for the Iraqis,
their parliament will go on vacation in August.
To say that radical Islamists and liberal Democrats are
somehowinvolved in a team effort to defeat our military... if
you really believe that you need help.
Your closed mind obviously does not understand that the
majority of Americans, both liberal Democrats and conser-
vative Republicans, are against this war and the failed poli-
cies of the current administration. Look for mid-September
when all the politicians jump on the bandwagon to get
our troops out.

North American Union worries reader
To those who know and those (who) have not heard,
our president, George W. Bush, has met with the presi-
dents of Mexico and Canada and the three of them are
proposing a union between the three countries to form
one big country without any borders or inspections of


any kind.
He has done this on his own without contacting any-
one, even our Congress, for their approval or opinion.
In addition, he is proposing a new four- to six-lane
express highway between Mexico and Canada without
any truck inspections of any kind.
He is opening our country and its borders to anyone,
everybody and anything.
This proposed North American Union must be stopped
immediately before it is finalized.
All American citizens and Congress and all government
officials, state and local, must take the necessary steps to
inform every American and to stop President Bush. It is
unbelievable that he would put this entire country at risk
for political purposes.
No president, no one person should have the power to
approve the proposed North American Union without the
full approval of the entire Congress and the American peo-
ple.
Editor's note: According to the Web site
www.spp.gov/myths vs facts.asp, the Security and Prosper-
ity Partnership ofNorth America "was an agreement signed
by President Bush and his Mexican and Canadian counter-
parts in Waco, Texas, on March 23,2005."
The site goes on to explain, "The SPP in no way, shape or
form considers the creation of a European Union-like struc-
ture or a common currency. The SPP does not attempt to
modify our sovereignty or currency or change the American
system of government designed by our Founding Fathers."
As for the NAFTA Super Highway: "the U.S. government
does not have the authority to designate any highway as a
NAFTA Super Highway, nor has it sought such authority,
nor is it planning to seek such authority. There are private
and state-level interesting planning highway projects,
which they themselves describe as 'NAFTA Corridors,' but
these are not federally-funded initiatives and they are not
part of the SPP"

Pakistan: No cooperation,
then no more money
Tell me if I've got this right: On ABC news there's a
report on the terrorist training camps in Pakistan, with
even a (graduation) ceremony.
The U.S. wants to go in and destroy these camps, but
Pakistan won't allow it.
(In) the same report, it was stated that the U.S. is giving
so many millions of dollars to Pakistan to help fight al-
Qaida.
The U.S. should tell Pakistan, if we can't go in, there's no
money.
No wonder we're losing the war against terrorism.

Don't impose your beliefs onto others
Remember the dozen-plus holier-than-thous who
voted to impeach President Clinton, who were having
affairs themselves?
Remember Newt (Gingrich) serving his second wife
with divorce papers, while she was in the hospital recov-
ering from cancer surgery.
Now it turns out that (many) "sanctity of marriage"
types have been using the services of a (Washington)
D.C. madam.
Beware those who tell you what to do, who preach to
you about what's good for you. (Some) of them are
actively committing the sins they preach against.
The "holy book" they wave in your face does not, in
fact, forbid homosexuality.
It does, however, forbid eating, pigs, in any way, shape
or form.
If it's the inerrantt word of God," then you don't get to
just choose the parts that feed bigotry.
There are numerous injunctions not to lie, cheat, steal


(or) hate.
The one message repeatedly hammered is that the duty
of any spiritual being is to care for those less fortunate, to
have mercy on those who are in pain (and) to provide for
the needy.
Pro-life means supporting health care, food and shelter
for those who are already born.
Pro-life means opposing a ... war based on flat lies.
Pro-life means protecting the land and water and air
that sustains us.
You are welcome to believe and practice anything you
want, in private. But you no more have the right to
intrude upon my life than I have the right to tell you what
to do.

Dogs on a beach not a problem
This is to the person who wrote "Make a call to get rid of
dogs on the beach."
What a pathetic reason to move to a county "because
dogs aren't allowed on the beach."
I have lived here since 1968, and we definitely do not
need anymore judgmental, selfish, one-way and control-
ling personalities.
I have never noticed any dog causing a problem on the
beach. I suggest moving back to where (the writer) came
from and spread (his or her) nastiness and negativity
somewhere else.

Love our dogs or leave the beach
To the person who (ranted) about dogs on the beach
and wanted to call the Satellite Beach (police) every time
(he/she) saw a dog on the beach, well I want the number
to call in Cocoa Beach every time a human leaves beer
bottles, dirty diapers, cigarette butts and trash on my
street in Cocoa Beach.
Humans leave more trash and cause more problems on
the beach than any dog ever will.
As a native-born Brevard County resident, I have never
seen a dog leave any trash on the beach. If he does have
an accident, at least it is bio-degradable.
If you are so uptight about dogs on the beach, I'm sure
there are many other states that have doglesss" beaches. I
suggest you move there.

Stores should ban Heely-wearing youths
When did it become OK for children to skate inside
stores and restaurants?
It is dangerous (and annoying) to allow children to
skate around others trying to shop or just enjoy a meal.
They wear Heelys in the superstores, grocery stores, even
steak houses. But they're not allowed in the schools.
Wonder why?
The managers are afraid to say anything to the parents I
guess because they figure anyone (who) allows (his) child
to be that rude probably would not care.
I had a manager tell me it was hard to not let them use
them since they sell Heelys in their store.
If that's the case, I guess I can use skateboards, bicy-
cles, or roller-skates while shopping.
(I'm) not sure what the excuse is for the restaurants. I
bet the servers just love having kids skate past them
while they carry trays full of food.
Heelys are toys that should be played with at home with
proper safety gear.
The fault is not the child. They deserve guidance that
evidently their "parents" don't (offer).
The stores should beware. Those same parents will be
quick to sue because the stores allowed their child to
skate thife store and were injured when they fell.
I hbpe the.stores have a lot of insurance when I get hit
by one of those roller skating missiles that they allow in
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Richard Paradise has
been named the new asso-
ciate vice president of
facilities at Brevard Com-
munity College.
He will oversee BCC's
custodial operations, facil-
ities planning, plant main-
tenance and operations
and safety for the four
campuses.
For 17 years, Mr. Paradise
served as director of physi-
cal plant operations at the
University of Central Flori-
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ble for developing physical
plant maintenance pro-
grams, an operational
budget in excess of $20
million, assisting with
planning new construc-
tion projects, managing
350 employees and over-
seeing 5 million square
feet of building space and
1,400 acres.

Early childhood
conference planned

The annual early child-
hood conference is
planned 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Aug. 13-15, at the Uni-
versity of Central Florida's
Life Long Learning Center,
1514 Clearlake Road, and
Aug. 18 at Keiser Universi-
ty, 900 S. Babcock St.
Lt. Col. Margaret Carey, a
certified pediatric nurse
practitioner of Patrick Air
Force Base, will speak on
"Promoting a Healthier
Lifestyle for children.
The program is offered
by the Child Care Associa-
tion of Brevard County, the
Boeing Co. and Parrish
Medical Center.
Cost is $25, which group
rates available.
For information, call
Beverly Smith at (321) 637-
7769.

ASTD chapter
meets Aug. 14

The Space Coast chapter
of the American Society for
Training and Development
will meet 5:30-8 p.m. Tues-
day, Aug. 14, at Imperial's


Hotel and Conference
Center, 8298 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne.
The program is "Plan-
ning for Top Performance,"
an outline of the three-
step process for planning
for top performance.
For information, visit
www.spacecoast-astd.com.

Vet Net plans
business seminar
MELBOURNE The
"Optimizing Government
Contract Registrations" Vet
Net business seminar is
planned at 5 p.m. Wednes-
day, Aug. 15, at Brevard
Community College, 3865
N. Wickham road.
The free event is spon-
sored by the Florida Small
Business Development
Center at BCC.
Gary Beckert, founder
and facilitator for Vet Net,
will train participants how
to understand and maxi-
mize their opportunities to
market to federal agencies
and prime contractors.
To register, call (321) 433-
5570.

Career workshop
offered for women

MELBOURNE The free
workshop, "Self-Esteem,
Self-Confidence and Your
Career," is planned 9:30-
11:30 a.m. Wednesday,
Aug. 15 to Sept. 5, at the
Women's Center, 1425
Aurora Road.
The workshop will be led
by Lola Mitchell.
To register, call (321) 242-
3110.

Outboard motor
class planned

WEST MELBOURNE A
class on basic outboard
motor technology is being
offered 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 29, at
West Melbourne Library,
2756 Wingate Blvd.
Participants will learn
what makes two- and four-
stroke engines different,"
advantages and disadvan-
tages of each and what
recent developments have
changed the industry.
There is a $5 fee. Regis-
tration is required by call-
ing (321) 633-1702.


The class is offered by the
Brevard County Agricul-
ture and Extension Service
and the University of Flori-
da Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences.

'Party for Cure'
planned at
furniture store

MELBOURNE The
Bassett Furniture Gallery,
2900 W. New Have Ave., is
hosting a "Party for a
Cure" fundraiser at 5 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 13.
More than 300 guests are
expected to attend the
event to raise money for
the Wuesthof Health Sys-
tem Foundation's breast
cancer initiative.
The event will feature
live music, pink cham-
pagne, a silent auction,
local restaurant food sam-
ples.
Tickets are $25 a person.
Space is limited. For reser-
vations, call Linda Bul-
tema at (321) 725-0908,
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Jennifer Stevens-
Batchellor, daughter of
Rich Stevens, and owner
of the furniture store, is a
four-year survivor of
breast cancer.

Perlman named
to new Mercedes
Homes post

MELBOURNE Mer-
cedes Homes has appoint-
ment Paula Perlman to the
position of director of
benefits.
In this role, she will be
responsible for the
administration of all com-
pany benefits, including
employee assistance pro-
grams, family medical,
dental and disability
insurance, employee-
assisted housing, the
company's wellness and
scholarship program and
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as the human resource
benefits specialist for
Mercedes. She has worked
for the company for three
years.

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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
While most students had
the summer off, Brevard
Public Schools employees
worked feverishly to get
area schools in top condi-
tion for the new year.
"I never take my vacation
in the summer, because
summer is our busiest sea-
son," said Croton Elemen-
tary principal Linda Rine-
hart.
Principals, teachers and
facilities workers have been
putting in extra hours over
the summer to prepare Bre-
vard's schools for the 2007-
08 academic year.
Some of those changes
will be visible right away;
others might not be as obvi-
ous.
"The biggest thing our
parents will notice is the
wonderful new entrance
and exit and extended park-
ing," said Ms. Rinehart.
The school has increased
the number of openings in
the security fence from
three to 12, she said.
"Traffic used to stack up
on Croton (Road)," said Ms.
Rinehart. "It was worst in
the afternoon."
Like many school staffs,
Croton's administrators
have sought ways to
increase physical activity
opportunities for students.
A sand pit volleyball court
has been installed, and a
new playground should be
ready before the students
arrive, Ms. Rinehart said.
The school has developed
a unique walking program,
incorporating geography
lessons at different stations
around a track.
The program allows stu-
dents to meet state-man-
dated physical education
and social studies require-
menrits atthe same time, Ms..
fRinehart said.
University Park Elemen-
tary students will find more
than just a fresh coat of
paint when they return
later this month.
"We've been pursuing a
magnet school grant," said
principal Donna
Entsminger. "We're going to
(introduce) some of those
concepts this year."
The school will offer
telecommunications and


technology classes starting
at the kindergarten level.
Students will learn TV
production and older stu-
dents will help teach the
younger students, further
enhancing the educational
experience, Ms. Entsminger
said.
Officials at West Shore
Junior/Senior High School
have not been resting dur-
ing the summer, either.
"It has been busy," said
principal Rick Fleming.
"With all this preparation,
it's going to be a great
year."
The school is in the mid-
dle of a $7.7 million con-
struction and renovation
project, and work began as
soon as school got out, Mr.
Fleming said.
The first part of the three-
phased project included
installation of new interior
doors and new outdoor
lights for the school's soccer
field.
The lighting will go up as
soon as the Federal Aviation
Administration approves
the project, due to the prox-
imity to Melbourne Inter-
national Airport, Mr. Flem-
ing said.
As the year progresses,
the school will break
ground on a building that
will house science and all-
purpose classrooms, Mr.
Fleming said.
Academically, West Shore
is offering new choices for
students, including increas-
ing the school schedule
from six to seven periods.
District-wide, ninth-
graders will take a new
career development class,
and West Shore students
will have the opportunity to
begin career research as
early as the seventh grade,
Tr. Fleming said.
Many of the school's 12th-
graders will take a new sen-
ior research class, added to
help students work on their
mandatory senior projects.
Melbourne High School
students will also see an
extra period in their school
day.
"This will allow students
to take more electives," said
principal Jim Willcoxnon.
"We reduced each period
from 55 to 47 minutes, too."
Mr. Willcoxon's ninth-
graders will also take the


mandated career resources
and development class.
"I had three teachers
teach it over the summer
and they were impressed
(with the curriculum)," said
Mr. Willcoxon.
Students will appreciate
six new covered pavilions
for outdoor dining, Mr.
Willcoxon said.
Like West Shore, Mel-
bourne High School is also
in the middle of major con-
struction and renovation
projects.
A new gym is being built
behind the football bleach-
ers, and when it is com-
plete, the old gym will be
torn down to make room
for a new science building,
Mr. Willcoxon said.
Area superintendent Tom
McIntyre is proud of all the
district's accomplishments
over the summer.
"I don't think people rec-
ognize the impact of all this
hard work," he said.
For information on regis-
tration, school supply lists
and an academic calendar
for all Brevard County
schools, visit www.bre-
vard.kl2.fl.us.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometownnew-
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Ballet students earn
honors at competition
MELBOURNE Student dancers
from the Space Coast Ballet Acade-
my have returned after performing
in the American Ballet Competi-
tion.
The event, conducted every June
in Miami, attracts contestants from
across the East Coast of the United
States, as well as Mexico, Panama,
France and South America.
Sela Dougherty of Indialantic
was the highest ranking 13-year-
old in the 13- to 15-year-old divi-
sion. She earned a scholarship to
Ballet Austin for a three-week sum-
mer intensive program.
Marianne Mumford was invited
to participate in Magaly Suarez'
production of "Swan Lake" in Pom-
pano Beach. She also will attend a


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West Shore Junior/Senior High School principal Rick Fleming inspects some of the
new doors installed at his school last month. Students and parents at many Mel-
bourne area schools will notice improvements made during the summer break.


five-week summer program at
Boston Ballet.

Stevenson receives
$1,000 scholarship
MELBOURNE Lindsey Steven-
son of West Melbourne has
received a $1,000 scholarship from
Riverside Bank.
Students were selected based on
their academic goals, community
service and written essays about
why they feel they deserve the
money.
Ms. Stevenson plans to obtain
degrees in history and classical
studies. While grieving her mother's
death at age 45, Stevenson graduat-
ed early from Brevard Community
College with academic honors.
Having just completed her first
semester at the University of Flori-


da, she was selected as a member
of the All Florida Academic Team
for Community Colleges.
"My parents were in the Air
Force, which allowed me to see dif-
ferent ways of life around the
world," said Stevenson. "I have
seen how so many are not as fortu-
nate as we are. That is one reason I
have chosen the teaching profes-
sion as my way to give back to our
community."
She helped raise more than
$1,000 each year for the past two
years as part of the Melbourne
Relay for Life cancer drive. While
attending Brevard Community
College, she launched a Better
World Books program, collecting
used text books for world distribu-
tion in hopes of teaching illiterate
adults and children how to read.
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ber the 1970s and 1980s,
when the Golden Agers
evolved.
These original Golden
Agers were joiners, and
many went to senior
centers, AARP meetings
and other social clubs that
began running trips.
In the Northeast, groups,
went to such places as the
Poconos, Catskills, Mon-
treal and Atlantic City. The
winter escape was a 14-
day motor coach trip to
Florida. This meant three
days down on a bus and
three days back with eight
days in between in the
Sunshine State.
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continued to travel, jet
tours throughout North
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trips were "one-size-fits-
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Groups were happy to be
away, everyone stayed
together, participated in
the same activities and ate
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independent. Their tastes
were also more sophisti-
cated. They were used to
traveling independently
as well as in groups and
were not lining up in
formation like the Golden
Agers.
In the mid-1980s, many
different types of groups
started to sprout up and
form travel clubs. Travel-
ing with people in the
same economic group
was the affinity that
provided a meaningful
connection point.
Other types of groups
were religious, which
brought people together
who shared a common
belief system.
Alumni travel clubs are
another type of group that
offers not just trips, but an
opportunity to relive and
strengthen the bonds of a
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Enter the Red Hatters

In 1998, Sue Ellen
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friends dressed in red hats
in the spirit of the poem,
"Warning," by
artist/author Jenny
Joseph, for afternoon tea.
This gathering in Cali-
fornia was the first official
group of Red Hats.
Since then, the Red Hat
Society has created a
worldwide sisterhood by
forming thousands of
chapters around the
United States and in 30
countries.
Red Hatter groups
average between 20 to 30
members and most
chapters do some form of
travel as a group.
Women are also travel-
ing on escorted trips with
other women. Gutsy
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byApril Merenda, tapped
into a growing market of
independent women
travelers.
Limited to smaller
groups of approximately
20, the trips specialize in
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women.

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On the first day of classes,
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another emerging trend
for both independent as
well as escorted tours.
This style of travel,
called "togethering,"
identifies a growing trend
in which friends and
extended family travel
together.
The Walt Disney Co.
offers a package targeting
family groups called
Disney's Magical Gather-
ings. The trips are for small
groups of eight or more
travelers.
Another offshoot of the
increase in family vaca-
tions is the family reunion.
While the family may
not all arrive in a motor
coach together, the desire
to share travel experiences
with family and friends is a
hot trend.
Ready to participate in
group travel? Whatever
your likes or passions,
there is certainly a special
group tour for you.
Until the actual trip,
happy travel dreams.
Geraldine Blanchard is
vice president of Global
'Tours and Travel, at 559 W
Eau Gallie Blvd., Mel-
bourne. She can be reached
at (321) 676-6040 or
gerry@globaltours.com.
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Jail
From page Al
approved until commis-
sioners vote on the final
budget," said Sheriff's
Office spokesman Lt.
Andrew Walters.
The commission's recent
talks on the proposed jail
projects included a discus-
sion at a July 11 budget
workshop.
At the meeting, Commis-
sioner Truman Scarbor-
ough wondered if the proj-
ects could go forward in a
reduced fashion. For
example, he wondered
whether jail officials could
open the medical and


mental health unit with
fewer employees.
"It's a new program," he
said of the proposed unit,
"and it's always hard to
fund a new program."
But Commissioner
Helen Voltz seemed to fully
support the unit.
"This mental health pod
is desperately needed," she
said.
Mrs. Voltz is the commu-
nity liaison for Circles of
Care, a behavioral health
care provider with numer-
ous locations in Brevard
County. She also is a regis-
tered nurse at Melbourne's
Harbor Pines facility,
which is a unit of Circles of
Care.


The jail opened in 1986
with beds for 386 inmates.
It now houses more than
1,800 inmates with 1,341
inmate beds, which
includes three 100-bed
tents for low-risk, non-
violent inmates.
The jail population
includes about 600
inmates who have mental
health or medical prob-
lems. These inmates are
being housed in a pod
inside the main jail facili-
ty.
Lt. Walters said having a
specialized area for these
inmates "is important so
we can constantly moni-
tor them and give them
the attention they need in


a correctional facility."
The opening of the
fourth tent and the med-
ical and mental-health
unit would mean an
increase in the total num-
ber of inmate beds to
1,729 beds still not
enough for the entire
inmate population.
Lt. Walters said the bed
shortage sometimes has
forced officials to put bed-
ding for some inmates in


the jail's general popula-
tion area.
"The (proposed expan-
sion) projects will relieve
some overcrowding," he
said. "And it's not only the
overcrowding, but the
stress factor on sworn and
civilian employees (who
would get some relief)."
Sheriff Parker said the
corrections officers he
would like to hire for the
proposed jail projects


would be put through a
training academy and
complete in-house train-
ing before starting work in
the existing jail facilities.
Senior officers from the
existing facilities would be
transferred to the two pro-
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Lieson
From page Al


and attorney.
"We haven't had the top
echelon of people we
need for a city of our
size," said Mrs. Lieson.
Mrs. Lieson joins three
other current council
members in the hunt for
seats Nov. 6.
Hal Rose and Virginia
Blanchard announced
plans to vie for the
mayor's post, being vacat-
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There are tutoring
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reading and writing, as
well as for helping at spe-
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John D'Amico and Ms.
Lieson are the first two to
announce bids for the
three seats that will be up
for election.
Council seats will be
filled differently during
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change made to the city's
charter last year.
Formerly, council mem-
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but under the new for-
mat, the top three vote-


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28.
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WEST PALM BEACH When it comes to property up to acre inside municipalities
the terms "Homestead Exemption" and and 160 acres of land in unincorporated
"Homestead Declaration," it's fair to say that areas, but only if he or she has properly
Floridians are more than a little confused. claimed such rights. To do that, the proper
Unfortunately, that confusion could spell Declaration form has to be filled out proper-
disaster for property owners who think they ly, notarized and recorded with the county
have legal protection they don't have. clerk.
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Homestead Declaration Services located in tax break, the so-called 'Homestead
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that over 90% of Florida homeowners don't homestead as most believe," Rucker said.
know the difference between the two terms, "Unless you have filed a Homestead
and that could mean big trouble. Declaration, you only get the tax break. As
The Homestead Exemption is simply a tax important as that may be, it doesn't legally
break, while the Homestead Declaration is a declare your property as a homestead, and
sworn statement to claim property as a only that declaration provides you with the
homestead. Most property owners think that full legal protection you need."
filing for the former protects their property Rucker went on to say that every Florida
from a forced sale, but it's the latter the homeowner should file the Homestead
Homestead Declaration that they really Declaration regardless of the value of their
need to have. home. "The declaration is one page long, it's
The Homestead Exemption was estab- inexpensive to obtain, and might just save a
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owners with a reduction in taxes. Contrary to He noted, too, that county tax appraisal
what many Floridians believe, as well many offices are frequently unable to answer
lawyers and real estate agents, it does not questions concerning the designation of a
provide total legal protection of your home- homestead and protecting the property
stead. It's not a constitutional right, and fil- from a forced sale.
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property owner from lawsuits, judgments or er, homestead statutes are similar in intent.
creditors. They are designed to preserve family homes,
On the other hand, the Homestead which might otherwise be taken in times of
Declaration can do just that. Also estab- misfortune or the death of the head of the
lished by statute, it allows property owners household. However, this protection is gen-
to claim a property as their homestead and erally available if the declaration is filed in
to "designate" or "set it apart" to protect it advance of such a catastrophe.
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homeowner can get the maximum amount important subject and obtain the proper
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Jesus offers road map on how


to avoid those dead-end streets


n my previous column,
I wrote about the way
God welcomes us to
make U-turns in our lives
when we're headed down
the wrong road.
Today, let's take a closer
look at what Jesus said
about the streets we end
up on that necessitate U-
turns.
Jesus addresses several
"wrong roads" and quotes
the law saying that we have
"heard it said that..."
The problem is that what
the law said we shouldn't
be doing was at the end of
dead-end streets, so by the
time we realized we were
on that road we had
already wasted a lot of
time and done a lot of
damage.
Jesus says, "...but I say to
you..." and in doing so
helps us identify what
roads to avoid altogether
by describing what it looks
like to start down that
road.
Jesus knew how hard it is
to make U-turns in our
lives, so he challenges us
not to even start down
these dead-end streets.
In Matthew 5, Jesus
addresses several of these
dead-ends.
He gives us the names of
the streets to avoid.
Unaddressed Anger or
Contempt Court, verse 22.
Treating Humans as
Objects for My Satisfaction
Street, verse 28.
Treating Marriage too
Lightly Lane, verse 32.
Living by Anything
Other Than the Truth
Terrace, verse 37.
Continuing the Cycle of
Violence, Vengeance, verse
39.
Hostility Cul-de-sac,
verse 43-44.
I encourage you to read
the passage so you can
identify these roads before
you end up on one. If you
don't have a Bible, e-mail
me with your address and
I'll send you one for free.
I've heard a lot of lamen-
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about taking the Bible out


NATHAN STEURY
Religion columnist

of our schools and the Ten
Commandments off of
public property, and I
think I understand their
concern.
However, Jesus quotes at
least two of those com-
mandments here and
essentially says, "They
don't go far enough if you
just take them literally."
We need a lot more than
the Ten Commandments
in the courthouse. We need
changed hearts that love
God and others enough to
be willing to take the way
of Christ and avoid the
roads that Jesus warns us
about.
That is what Jesus means
when he says in verse 20,
"Unless your righteous-
ness surpasses that of the
Pharisees and the teachers
of the law, you will certain-
ly not enter the kingdom of
heaven."
At first, this challenge
sounds intimidating. The
Pharisees and teachers of
the law gave their lives to
keeping every detail of the
law. How can we exceed
that?
The answer: Not by
trying harder or doing
more. Rather, only by
allowing God to change
our heart and to make us
the kind of people to
whom these things no
longer even look appeal-
ing.
We, as a nation, have
turned down one of those
roads and it is creating
chaos as we see the dead-


end looming ahead of us.
When our country was
first considering the
possible threat that Iraq
posed in the Middle East,
and war loomed on the
horizon, these words of
Jesus should have warned
us that this was a dead-end
street.
Violence simply causes
more violence.
Though war may, in
some cases, be necessary
as a last resort (as defined
by the "Just War" theory or
doctrine), this war does
not seem to have been
scrutinized by "Just War"
standards or all the alter-
natives explored before we
started down this road.
Many Americans are
seeing this street has a
dead-end, but making the
U-turn is extremely
difficult. Notice I didn't say
impossible.
Democrats and Republi-
cans alike seem to be
recognizing the true nature
of this street, but figuring
out how to get off of it is
another issue. It is much
better never to start down
this road.
While Jesus seems to be
tossing the law out as the
old way of doing things, he
claims to have come to
complete or fulfill the law
(verse 17).
This only makes sense
when we understand that
Jesus sees both ends of the'
same road.
It's just that the law
doesn't let you know which
road you're on until you're
at the dead end.
Jesus identifies the road
as a dead-end street with a
sign at the beginning of it.
If you see this sign, my
recommendation and
more importantly Jesus' -
is that you find another
way. If you don't, you'll
wish you had.
Nate Steury is the pastor
of St. Mark's church in
Indialantic, where he.lives
with his wife and four kids.
Contact him at stmark-
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MELBOURNE The Eau
Gallie's Farmer's Market is
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Hours are 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday at the corner of
Eau Gallie Boulevard and
Highland Avenue, next to
the Brevard Art Museum.
For information, call
(321) 917-0721 or visit
www.EauGallieFarmers-
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Freedom Jam
planned Aug. 12
MELBOURNE A Free-
dom Jam fundraiser is
planned 6-9 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 12, at Metro Enter-
tainment, 3020 W. New
Haven Ave.
Cost is $5.
The band, Nuclear
Umbrella, will perform
original world beat fusion
music.
Also, there will be screen-
ings of the "Freedom
Files," a series of 30-
minute films on civil liber-
ties topics including voting
rights, youth speak, dis-
sent and women's rights.
There will be a cash bar.
Food will be available at
the restaurant.
The event is sponsored
by the American Civil Lib-
erties Union Freedom and
Metro Entertainment.
For information, call
(321) 768-6262.

Brevard Democrats
to meet Aug. 16
The Brevard County
Democratic Executive
Committee will meet at 7
p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, at
the Agricultural Center,
3695 Lake Drive, Cocoa.
This is a change from the
regular meeting schedule.
Fred Markham, a system
engineer with Harris Corp
and a community activist
on public funding of elec-
tion campaigns, will speak
on "Clean Elections."
Applications for mem-
bers will be accepted at
6:30 p.m.
For information, call Stu
Evans at (321) 773-4596 or
visit www.BrevardDemoc-
rats.org.

Venice-themed dinner
dance planned
MELBOURNE A Sum-
mer Night in Venice dinner
dance is scheduled at 6
p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, at
the Italian American Club
of South Brevard, 1471


Cypress Ave.
Dinner will include Cae-
sar salad, Italian bread,
risotto and vegetables,
Herbed chicken ala
Venezia, gelato, coffee and
tea,
BYOB set ups are avail-
able, Dress is casual.
Tickets are $10 for mem-
bers and $12 for non-
members.
Seating is limited. For
tickets, call (321) 674-3848
or (321) 960-140.

Class on fish
identification
set Aug. 14
MELBOURNE A class
on fish identification and
handling 6-7 p.m. Tues-
day, Aug. 14, at the Mel-
bourne Public Library,
540 Fee Ave.
Participants will see
examples off fish com-
monly found in Brevard
County's waterways, learn
to properly handle and
measure fish, and find out
where to find more infor-
mation.
There is a $5 fee.
Register by calling the
Cocoa Extension Office at
(321) 633-1702.

Blood drive set
at Wild Oats
WEST MELBOURNE A
blood drive is planned 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday,
Aug. 18, at Wild Oats Mar-
ketplace, 1135 W. New
Haven Ave.
Donors must have photo
identification with name.
There will be giveaways.
The drive benefits Flori-
da's Blood Centers.
For information, call
Treva at Wild Oats, (321)
674-5002, or Mike Myers at
the blood center, (321)
508-0155.

Adopt homeless
pets on Aug. 18
MELBOURNE A spe-
cial adoption event is
planned to recognized
"National Homeless Ani-
mals Day."
The event will be 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18,
at The Brevard County
South Animal Care and
Adoption Center, 5100 W.
Eau Gallie Blvd.
There will be reduced
adoption fees, free microc-
chips and refreshments.
For information, call
(321) 253-6608.
The event is sponsored
by the center and Animal
Guardians of Brevard.


Art district meeting canceled
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A community workshop on the Art District in Eau Gal-
lie that was tentatively set for 6:30 p.m. Aug. 15 at St.
Paul's in downtown Eau Gallie has been cancelled.
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press time.


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Tastes of Suntree is
planned 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 15, at the
Brevard Zoo, Wickham
Road.
The event will feature
more than 32 restau-
rants. Also, there will be a
wine and beer tasting
sponsored by Wine Styles
and Charlie & Jakes
Brewery Grille.
Nearly 1,500 people
attended last year's
event.
Tickets are $30, which
includes admission to
the zoo.
To order tickets, call
(321) 432-5322.
The event is sponsored
by the Rotary Club of
Suntree and the Brevard
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Hello, smart shop-
pers.Today we will
make a trifle, an
amazing dessert made
with fruit.
Hopefully, you know
that all fruits must be
washed. But have you ever
washed a cantaloupe?
A while ago cantaloupes
were spreading e-coli
bacteria. The bacteria on
the skin was transferred to
the flesh when cut.
How about bananas?
Where has that banana
been and what has it come
in contact with?
A cold-water bath, to
which you have added a
little white vinegar, is fine
for washing most fruits,
but when it comes to
melons, use a scrub brush.
Weren't you thinking,
let's do what raccoons do:
wash everything before
eating it?
According to the ency-
clopedia, raccoons aren't
really washing their food
they're simply imitating
how they would pull a fish
or other animal from a
river or stream.
We didn't know that
when we got Rascal and
Bandit. What? You've never
heard of having a pet
raccoon?
I thought all parents
were as crazy as we were.
It all began when a
mother raccoon, unbe-
knownst to my brother,
made a home in his garage
and then had two babies.
When the door was
opened, she went for food.
One day, the door was
closed and momma
raccoon could not get in.
It took a couple of days
before "uncle" discovered
the crying babies and
immediately called us in
Connecticut.
Unfortunately, my
husband answered the
phone and when he yelled
that "uncle" had two
raccoons and wanted to
bring them, the kids
jumped for joy and my
husband said, "yes."
He built them a cage
with a house. Did we have
a pool? No, but the rac-
coons did.
They proved to be a bit
more than we could
handle and would con-
stantly fight. It seems,
raccoons can never be
really tamed and as adults
must be released.
Thornton Burgess,
famous writer of children's
books, had a small zoo in
Massachusetts called
Laughing Brook. They
agreed to take Bandit since
their raccoon, Bobby
Coon, was ready to be
released.


ARLENE BORG
Romancing the Stove with
Grammy Guru

The zoo supplied
animals to TV shows.
Can you imagine how
excited my kids were to
see our Bandit on "Captain
Kangaroo" as Bobby Coon?
See you next week.
To your health: Hard to
believe, but to avoid
serious illnesses, all fruits
must be thoroughly
washed before eating.

TRIFLE
Serves 10-12
Regular and low-fat
What is a trifle?
Special trifle bowls are
everywhere. A large,
round, straight sided bowl
8-inches in diameter on a
pedestal base.
In England, a trifle
means anything goes.
Leftover plain cake or
jelly roll was sliced and
placed in a flat, 3-inch
deep dish, drizzled with
sherry, topped with a
custard or red gelatin,
chilled and served with
whipped cream.
In America, a trifle is
made in the above-
mentioned bowl. Layered
with fresh and canned
fruits, cake, pudding and
cream, a trifle is a delight
to behold and a joy to the
palate.
Change it for an almost
totally fat and cholesterol-
free dessert. You can't taste
the difference. I use fat-
free whipped topping
instead of whipped cream
because it holds up better
and evaporated skim milk,
undiluted, in the pudding.
I also prefer ladyfingers to
cake. You can get them in
the supermarket; you want
the dry ones not the soft
ones sold in the bakery.
2 (4-serving) packages
vanilla pudding regular
or sugar-free (cook and
serve)
3 cups milk
1 teaspoon brandy or
rum extract (optional)
2 packages lady fingers
1-1/2 cups heavy cream


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1 pint strawberries
2 bananas
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Sliced almonds, toasted,
optional
The night before,
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add whipped topping to
pudding. Whisk until well
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Wash and hull strawber-
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Drain peaches. Peel and
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2007 HOMETOWN NEWS


LISA M. ONORATO
The Hype

Local bands

are running

for cover
Imagine it's hard for
local bands these days.
As I sat eating my
chicken wings listening to
another customized
version of "Free Bird," I
realized that it's a lot
easier to get people to
sing along to what they
know than ask them to
groove along to some-
thing unfamiliar.
The general consensus
among my musician
friends is that well-paying
gigs playing the hits are
much easier to get than
ones featuring original
music, especially for new
bands.
It begs the question:
What is worse, the devil
you know or the one you
don't?
It depends who you ask.
Some people are in
heaven when they hear
their favorite songs.
Others are in hell because
their favorite songs are
never covered. And some
are in hell when a band
covers their favorite song
poorly.
If you lament the fact
that your favorite bar
band isn't playing what
you want to hear, what's
to stop you from asking?
What's to stop you from
throwing a couple of
bucks in the tip jar and
suggesting a new song?
The band might not
know it right off, but
maybe they'll return next
week armed with some-
thing new and you'll be
the one singing along with
the rest of us.
While we are on the
topic of cover bands, I
recently heard of a band
called Stiletto that plays
all 1980s hair metal!
Check them out Friday,
Aug. 10 at the County Line
Saloon. I'm not shy. I'm
going to see if there's
anything I can sing along
to.

This weekend
Alternative rock:
Comber will perform at
10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 10,
at the Cottage Pub, 366 N.
Orlando Ave., Cocoa
D See THE HYPE, B2


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James Clark/staff photographer
Actor Bruce Willis performed with his band at the Kennedy
Space Center Visitor's Center Complex Aug. 2. More than 7,000
fans attended the concert, which preceded a viewing of Mr.
Willis' movie 'Armageddon.'


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BY DARRELL JOHNSON
Staff writer
Bruce Willis showed off his musical skills
to a crowd of about 7,000 people at the
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex last
week.
"Apart from "I went and got his
being an actor and
working my way CD off eBay, and
up in that, and I've been planning
trying to become aI
real musician, this for two weeks.'
what I really am is
a meteorologist," Suze Ruiz
he told the audi- of Titusville
ence. "And it ain't
gonna rain."
The actor and the Bruce Willis Blues Band
performed as part of the Netflix Live! On
Location tour.
Following the concert, Mr. Willis' film,
"Armageddon," was shown on a giant
inflatable screen across from the stage.
While the Aug. 2 concert was included in
the cost of admission to the park, local
people seemed to outnumber tourists for a
change.
Robert Adams and Karen Roberts live
only a mile from the visitor center. Mr.
Adams works for the space center.
"It's close, it's cheap, and Robert's ticket
was free," Ms. Roberts said. "I like (Bruce
Willis') movies, but I've never heard his
blues band."
Wade and Brenda Krieger took their 4-
year-old daughter, Sydney, to the concert.
"We've heard his band before," Ms.
Krieger said. "I've seen most of his movies,
and I love the blues."


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Art classes offer new beginnings to students


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer


Whether you're looking to rekindle
your love affair with art or are a late-
bloomer, Brevard County has you
covered.
A plethora of art classes are available
for beginners, from watercolor classes at
the Cocoa Beach Library, to drawing,
painting and polymer clay classes at the
Satellite Beach Recreation Department.
Beginners need not feel intimated by
the thought of taking up a new craft.
"You don't have to know how to hold a
paintbrush," said Linda Neal, who
teaches beginning watercolor and
portraiture at her studio in Melbourne
and at the Cocoa Beach Library.
Ms. Neal said her beginner's classes
focus on color, from working with
composition to values, which is the
range of dark to light.
She said her classes are perfect for
people who are nervous about working
in front of others.
"Mv classes are very small, usually six
people to a class," Ms. Neal said.


A typical session at her studio consists
of six classes for $120. She said sessions
usually last two to three hours.
"Some people discover they are very
good," Ms. Neal said. "But you don't have
to have talent to be good. You just have
to know about composition, values and
color."
For people who prefer a more formal
environment, the Brevard Art Museum's
Renee Foosaner Education Center offers
classes for beginners.
"It's a'true studio environment," said
Bobbie McMillen, school director. "It's a
total submersion into creativity."
Ms. McMillen said that beginners
make up a large portion of students at
the school. She said that a lot of begin-
ners enjoy the environment that they
return again and again.
"Some return for the social environ-
ment, as well," Ms. McMillen said.
When Satellite Beach resident Kathie
Frank started taking classes at the
museum school, she was looking to
make new friends.
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Beach. Call (321) 784-
2155.
1980s rock: Stiletto will
perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
Aug. 10, at the County
Line Saloon, 4650 W. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Call (321) 726-0146.
Rock: 5th Avenue
Onlys will perform at 9:30
p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, at the
Dog 'n' Bone British Pub, 9
Stone St., Cooca Village.
Call (321)636-2828.
Reggae: 23 Treez will
perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
Aug. 10, at the Key West
Bar, 2286 A1A, Indian
Harbour Beach. Call (321)
773-1577.
Rock: 5 Day Beginning,
Unconscious Regret and
Lydia Can't Breathe will
perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
Aug. 10, at Metro Enter-
tainment Complex, 3030
W. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 727-


7819.
Open jam: Jack Starr
will host an open jam at 8
p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, at the
Sebastian Beach Inn, 7035
S. AIA, Melbourne Beach.
Call (321) 728-4311.
Dance: 1970s and
1980s dance music Friday;
Aug. 11, at the Point Zen
Bar, 401 Delannoy Ave.,
CocoaVillage. Call (321)
638-0414. -
Instrumental guitar:
Arturo Echarte will
perform at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 10, at East
Coast Coffee & Tea, 258 E.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian
Harbour Beach. Call (321)
779-4618.
Rock: Swampfox will
perform at noon Saturday,
Aug. 11, at Fred Lee Park,
895 Emerson Drive N.E.,
Palm Bay. Call (321) 727-
3000.
Dawn patrol: The


Danny Morris Show is on
from 6-8 a.m. onWFIT-
89.5 FM Saturday, Aug. 11.
Call (321) 674-8950.
Jazz: Sybil Gage
performs at 3 p.m. Sun-
day, Aug. 12, at the Red-
head Martini and Cigar
Bar, 626 Glenn Creek
Drive, Cape Canaveral.
Call (321) 799-1616.
Jazz: Space Coast Jazz
Society presents saxo-
phonist Zach Anspach
and the Zach Pack sextet
at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12,
at the Cocoa Beach
Country Club, 5000 Tom
Warriner Blvd., Cocoa
Beach. Admission is $7 for
SCJS members and $10 for
non-members. Call (321)
453-4191.
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FRIDAY, AUG. 10

Friday Fest: Melbourne Main
Street presents its Football Rivalry
Night Friday Fest from 6-10 p.m.
in historic downtown Melbourne.
Event features music by the Blox
Electric Band, as well as vendors,
children's activities, food and
extended shopping hours.
Details: (321) 724-1741.
Neil Simon comedy: Red
Carpet Productions presents
"Laughter on the 23rd Floor"
through Aug. 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 Henegar Center is at 625 E
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Details: (321) 723-8698.

SATURDAY, AUG. 11
Battle of the bands: Ron
Allen Entertainment presents a
battle of the bands to benefit the
Brevard Museum of History and
Natural Science from 11 a.m. to 7
p.m. at F. Burton Smith Park on
Highway 50, one mile east of
Lone Cabbage Fish Camp. Bands
include the Ratler Band, Jon the
Liar, Big Daddy Band, Invisable
Ink, Red Hot Union, The Grove,
Loud Angel, 7Th Sea Band, 5i,
Avenue Onlys, Snake Eyes, Hard-
nox, Soundproof 151, Radio Fly-
erz and Pinch. Tickets are $10. For
information, call 632-1830.

SUNDAY, AUG. 12

Freedom Jam: The Brevard
Chapter of the American Civil Lib-
erties Union will host a fundraiser
from 6-9 p.m. at Metro Entertain-
ment Complex, 3020 W. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. The
event features world beat fusion
music by Nuclear Umbrella and a
series of film screenings on
issues such as women's rights
and voting rights. $5 minimum
donation. Details: (321) 768-
6262.
Summer nights at Brevard
Zoo: The Nite Life will perform
standards from the 1960s to the
1990s at the Brevard Zoo's Sum-
mer Saturday Nights. The zoo will
stay open until 9 p.m., with last
admission at 8 p.m. Regular
admission prices apply. Other
events indude children's activi-
ties and educational talks about
zoo animals. Details: (321) 254-
9453.
Free surf film: "Trilogy," at 8
p.m. in the parking lot adjacent to
Ron Jon Surf Shop, 4151 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. Film
features surfers Andy Irons, Taj
Burrow and Joel Parkinson. Bring
beach blankets, chairs. In case of
rain, the movie will be shown


inside the surf shop.

SUNDAY, AUG. 12
Tropic Night fundraiser:
Fundraiser to benefit Hidden
Potentials and the Central Bre-
vard Humane Society from 6-10
p.m. at Murdock's Bistro and
Char Bar, 600 Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa Village. $10 in advance;
$15 at door.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Brevard Theatrical Ensem-
ble: Brevard Theatrical Ensemble
presents "Front Porch Old Time
Tellin'" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
Aug. 16, through Sunday, Aug. 18,
at Melbourne Village Hall, 535
Hammock Road, Melbourne Vil-
lage. Tickets are $15 and include
apple-pie cobbler and ice cream.
Details: (321) 676-0697.
Peter Pan: Surfside Youth
Players presents "Peter Pan" Aug.
17-26, at Surfside Playhouse, 300
Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach. Show
times are 8 p.m. Friday and Sat-
urdays and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tick-
ets are $10 and are available at
the door. Details: (321) 783-
3127.
Christian Tamburr: Christian
Tamburr will perform at Heidi's
Jazz Club at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Aug.
17. Mr. Tamburr is a multi-instru-
mentalist and a graduate of
Satellite High School, who
recently toured with Julio Ingle-
sias. Heidi's is at 7 N. Orlando
Ave., Cocoa Beach. For reserva-
tions, call (321) 783-4559.
Romance/comedy: Mel-
bourne Civic Theater presents
"Romantic Comedy" by Bernard
Slade Friday, Aug. 17, through
Sept 2. Show times are 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m.
Sunday. Tickets are $15 for adults,
$12 for students, children and
military members. The theater is
at 817 E. Strawbridge Ave.
Details: (321) 723-6935.
Musical: Titusville Playhouse
presents "Ragtime" Friday, Aug.
17, through Sept 1. Show times
are at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are
$16 for orchestra seats and $14
for balcony seats. Seniors and
students receive $2 off ticket
price. The theater is at 301 Julia
St Details: (321) 268-1125.

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 informa-
tion, call (321) 723-6935.


Willis
From page B1


Of course, hardcore
enthusiasts showed up
as well.
Susanne Nobles of
Port St. John and Nancy
Erb and Suze Ruiz, both
of Titusville, said they
are huge Bruce Willis
fans.
"I went and got his CD
off eBay, and I've been
planning this for two
weeks," Ms. Ruiz said.
"I've been playing it on
voicemail, and I call
them up, play it on the
phone and hang up."
"She's been driving us
crazy," said Ms. Erb.
One tourist traveled to
the Space Coast just to


see the concert. Dee Ann
Staats of Maryland said
she flew in the day
before the concert and
was scheduled to go
home two days later.
"I just came to see
Bruce," she said.
During the concert,
about half of the audi-
ence sat in lawn chairs
while the other half
pressed toward the
stage, firing a constant
barrage of digital and
video cameras.

Contact Darrell
Johnson at (321) 751-
5964 or Johnson@home-
townnewsol.com.


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Photo courtesy of Brevard Theatrical Ensemble Inc.
Cheryl Frontz of Melbourne (left) and "Lady" Gail Ryan of
Palm Bay are just two of the facilitators of "Storytelling," a
program sponsored by the Brevard Theatrical Ensemble at
7 p.m. first Mondays at the Melbourne Beach Public
Library, 324 Ocean Ave. The meetings are for anyone
wanting to learn the art of storytelling. For information,
call (321) 676-0697 or visit www.brevardensemble.com.


Surfside Playhouse: Located
at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach,
the theater produces various
plays and musicals, as well as
hosting a youth player group and
workshops. For information, call
(321) 783-3013.
Theatre Company of Palm
Bay: Operates out of the auditori-
um at the Palm Bay campus of
Brevard Community College but
is not affiliated with the school.
The Palm Bay campus of BCC is
at 250 Community College Park-
way. Call (321) 723-3056 or visit
www.theatrepalmbay.org.
Titusville Playhouse: Located
at 301 Julia St, Titusville, the the-
ater produces various plays and
musicals, as well as hosting a
youth player group and work-
shops. For information, call (321)
268-1125.

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 muse-
um and the Children's Science
Center, is $5 for adults, $3 for sen-
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public I to 5 p.m. Thursday. For
information, call (321) 242-0737.
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and Science: Located at 2201
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day. For information, call (321)
725-7005 or visit wwvforema-
nartglass.com.
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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
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"Let's cut this ribbon and
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politicians, local business
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respite to the crowd,
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a total of 404 feet, lighting,
five boat slips, and a 10-
foot fishing hole.
Other updates include a
paved area with benches
surrounding a planter.
Within the planter is a
glass mosaic that was
created by local artist
Nancy Dillen and her
former student, Stacy
Whitney.
"Now people can enjoy
the river views," Mayor
Goode told the crowd.
Mayor Goode said that
pier has been a focal point
for the community and
has spanned the centuries
since the 1800s.
"We hope (the pier) will
be a destination for the
next 100 years."
After the official ribbon
cutting, people swarmed
the pier, eager to explore.
Phyllis Lowe, of Mel-
bourne, said she was
pleased to see the resur-
rection of a landmark like
the pier.
"I think it's wonderful. I
brought my grandchildren
to the old pier," Ms. Lowe
said. "When it was
destroyed, it was like it was
my own (property) was
destroyed."


> Staff photo by Lisa M. Onorato
Phyllis Lowe, member of the Friends of the Eau Gallie Library, admires the mosaic at the
entrance of the Eau Gallie Pier. The mosaic was done by local artist Nancy Dillen and her


former student Stacy Whitney
Though Ms. Lowe's
grandchildren are grown,
she said she hopes to bring
some great-grandchildren
to the newly built pier.
Vice mayor LaRusso said
he was pleased that so
many people attended the
dedication.
"The pier is something
many generations have
enjoyed," he said. "To not
rebuild it was more of a


crime than may have been
perceived about the cost."
The Eau Gallie Pier cost
about $600,000 to rebuild
and was funded by grants,
the Olde Eau Gallie Com-
munity Redevelopment
Agency and the city of
Melbourne.
"This would not have
been possible without the
support of a phenomenal
city staff and residents -


people who live and breathe
here and who have pride in
ownership and care about
their neighborhood," he
said.
The Eau Gallie Pier is on
Highland Avenue, just south
of the Eau Gallie Library.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato at
(321) 751-5963 or e-mail
thehype@hometownnew-
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Classes
From page B2


"I moved from upstate
New York and I wanted to
get to know people," Ms.
Frank said. "I always
wanted to do pottery, so I
took a beginning class.
That was four years ago."
Ms. Frank said she fell in
love with the people she
met in class and the
instructors, who she
described as patient and
encouraging.
"I'm also finding that
people who begin classes
there tend to stay," she
said.


Ms. Frank has moved
through various levels of
pottery classes, taken
workshops and dabbled in
other mediums like
precious metal jewelry
making, mosaics and
stained glass.
Beginner classes aver-
age about $109 for an
eight-week class. Classes
typically run about three
hours.
"It' s very affordable,"
said Ms. Frank. "And if
you're a member of the
museum, you get dis-


counts on classes. 'It
makes it easier when
you're on a fixed income."
The Renee Foosaner
School will kick off its fall
season Aug. 27.
For information about
the museum school, visit
www.artandscience.org or
call (321) 254-8872.
Sample classes include
pottery, watercolor, mixed
media, stained glass and
precious metal clay
jewelry.
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MELBOURNE -
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Centers Auxiliary needs
volunteers to help with
hospital duties.
Volunteers are needed
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Back-to-School Bash:
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United Methodist
Church, 975 Malabar
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backpacks for 500 chil-
dren, free hearing and eye
tests, finger printing and
photographing. Free
refreshments and enter-
tainment. (321) 723-2143,
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday
to Thursday.
Friday Fest: Football
Rivalry Night, 6-10 p.m.,
downtown Melbourne.
Music by Blox Electric
Band. Car and motorcycle
displays. Space Coast
Dream Tent, get a dream
analyzed. Admission and
parking are free. (321)
724-1741.

SATURDAY, AUG. 11

Brevard Democrats:
Breakfast, 9 a.m., Royal
Oak Resort and Golf Club,
2150 Country Club Drive,
Titusville. Billy Aldridge,
(321) 267-8495.
Neighborhood Unity
Day: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Lipscomb Street Park
Community Center, 3316
Monroe St., Melbourne.
Free food, drinks, chil-
dren's activities, face
painting, K-9 demonstra-
tions, health care infor-
mation, vendor booths.
Entertainment: The Joe
Davis Show and All That
Jazz. School supplies,
clothing distribution.
Free.
Gems, Beads, Minerals
and Jewelry Show: 10
a.m. to 6 p.m., Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibis-
cus Blvd. Continues Sun-
day. (321) 723-0742.
Daniel Silva program:
Noon, Cocoa Beach Pub-
lic Library, 550 N. Brevard
Ave. Best-selling author
discusses writing process
and signs copies of
newest book, "Secret
Agent." All his books have
been New York Ties best.
sellers. Free.
* Free vegetarian class:


2 p.m., Wild Oats Market-
place, 1135 W. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Learn to
make ricotta-style tofu
and Southern fried tofu in
brown gravy. Reserva-
tions: (321) 259-6079, e-
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nancy@Veg4Health.com.
Steak dinner: 5-7 p.m.,
John S. Lymon Jr. Veterans
of Foreign Wars Post 4536,
4401 Dixie Highway N.E.,
Palm Bay. Menu: Mashed
potatoes, vegetables,
salad, roll and dessert.
$6.50.
'50s dance: 7-10 p.m.,
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4206, 3201 Dairy
Road., Melbourne.
Refreshments. Music by
DJ Vito "Veets" Barbieri.
Costume, Hula Hoop,
twist, limbo contests. $7
advance. $9 at door. Tick-
ets: Dolores Lewis, (321)
727-2085; Claudette
Valentino, (321) 724-0486;
or Catherine Casablanca,
(321) 725-8754. Sponsor:
Palm Bay Italian Ameri-
can Society.
Free film screening:
"Trilogy," 8 p.m., parking
lot adjacent to the Ron
Jon Surf Shop, 4151 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Film is about surf
stars, Andy Irons, Taj Bur-
row and Joel Parkinson.
www.ronjons.com or
www. billabonggirls. com.
* Square dance: 8-10
p.m., Satellite Beach Civic
Center, 565 Cassia Blvd.
Caller: John Saunders.
Cuing rounds: Bev
Landwehr. Sponsor: Alle-
manders Square Dance
Club. $4. (321) 956-2012.

SUNDAY, AUG. 12

Free Coin, Stamp
Show: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Eau Galie Civic Center,
1551 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Free appraisals.
Buy, sell or trade. Kids get
free coin. (321) 751-3647.
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Road S.W., Palm Bay.
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snow cones, cotton
candy, caramel apples,
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MONDAY, AUG. 13

Genealogy meeting:
9:30 a.m., Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa. Brevard Genealo-
gy Society. Visitors wel-
come. (321) 779-1739.

TUESDAY, AUG. 14
Fish identification,
handling class: 6-7 p.m.,
Melbourne Public
Library, 540 Fee Ave.
Learn about fish in Bre-
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Cocoa Extension Office at
(321) 633-1702.
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Beachcombing a popular pastime for Brevardians


Walkers collect shells, rocks,
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series in which staff
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V miles to spend a
few days strolling our
beaches, many locals
forget how enjoyable
beachcombing can be.


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Some days, beachgoers
will be blessed with an
awe-inspiring mountain of
seashells.
My daughter Kasi likes to
collect colorful pink shells,
while my son Kenny looks
for large white scallops
with holes on the end to
allow him to string them
together.
Sometimes, we use hot
glue to affix shells onto
inexpensive planters and
give them away as gifts.
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always a popular choice
for collectors, many
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GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Beachcombing

items like to collect "sea
glass," bits of broken glass
that have been worn down
by months or years of
tumbling between sea
shells.
Brown and green glass
can be plentiful, but
veteran beachcombers
also seek out clear, blue or
purple shades. If you ever
see a large container full of
various shades of sea glass
at someone's house, you
can presume that some-
one who lives there spends
a lot of time walking on the
beach.
A dedicated group of
Brevard residents like to
collect seeds and fruits
that travel thousands of
miles on long shore
currents before reaching
our beaches.
Commonly called sea
beans, many of these
brown or tan seeds fall
from South American trees
and vines, only to float up
on our beaches months
later. Many people walk
right past the round or pit-
like objects, not recogniz-
ing them as the seeds from
distant tropical rainforests.
Recently, I spoke with
veteran sea bean collectors
Gail and Woody Gowdy, of
Melbourne Beach.
Mrs. Gowdy became a
sea bean collector after
hearing Cathie Katz, the
author of several books
about drifting seeds, speak
to the local garden club.
"I was so excited, I went
out and bought all of her
books," said Mrs. Gowdy.
While Ms. Katz passed
away in 2001, she inspired
a legion of local sea bean
collectors, Mrs. Gowdy
said.


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"No discussion of sea
beans is complete without
mentioning Cathie Katz,"
said Mrs. Gowdy.
Like many sea bean
collectors, the Gowdys use
a rock tumbler to polish
sea beans. The shiny seeds
can then be used to create
jewelry or nautical craft
pieces.
Sea bean collectors
gather annually for the
International Sea Bean
Symposium, with this
year's event scheduled for
Oct. 19-20 at the Cocoa
Beach Public Library.
One visit to the sympo-
sium, and you may be
hooked forever. If you do
attend, you may learn that
ocean currents can bring
more than just seeds to
our shores.
Cargo ships sometimes
lose shipping containers
during high seas, and the
contents float in currents
for months or even years
before washing up on
beaches.
Some of the sea bean
collectors have formed an
international network of
beachcombers who watch
for things like toys or
toiletries after a ship
reports a lost container.
"Sometimes you'll walk
on the beach and say,
'Gosh there's another doll
arm, or a Nike shoe, or a
Lego,'" said Mrs. Gowdy.
Collectors often bring
these items to sea bean
gatherings looking for
matching parts, Mrs.
Gowdy said.
Many novice beach-
combers think there is a
secret to finding all the
ocean's treasure, but I've
always followed the motto:
Go early and go often.
Certainly, some days are
better beachcombing days
than others, but you never
know what you'll find on a
given day.
For the best sea glass
collection, I advise walking
near the ocean's edge
during low tide, because
sea glass tends to float on
top of seashells.
For sea beans, Mrs.
Gowdy suggests searching
seaweed piles, which can
grow large following
several days of easterly
winds. Many sea bean
collectors use long sticks
to probe for sea beans, as
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THURSDAY, AUG. 16

Brevard County Demo-
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Center, 3695 Lake Drive,
Cocoa. Speaker: Fred
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p.m. Stu Evans at (321)
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FRIDAY, AUG. 17

Orchid show: 44th
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Beachcombing
From page B6


the beans tend to lie near
the bottom of seaweed
piles.
While beachcombing is
hardly a dangerous sport,
some precautions can
make the experience more
enjoyable.
I know you've heard this
before, but it bears repeat-
ing: always wear sun-
screen, even on cloudy
days.
It's easier to spot shells
and glass if you wear a
wide-brimmed hat or visor
and use polarized glasses
to cut down on glare.
For those over the age of
10, I1 advise bending from
the knees to gather
treasures. Several hours of
bending at the waist can
wreak havoc on lower back
muscles.
Occasionally jellyfish
will wash up on the beach,
so use caution when
sifting through piles of
seaweed when you notice
these stinging inverte-
brates along the shore.
Because many beach-
combers like to walk on


secluded beaches or
during early-morning
hours, I always advise
bringing a cell phone to
call for help if you twist an
ankle or encounter a
suspicious person.
I try to bring a separate
bag to collect trash while
I'm walking along the
beach. Since I'm already
looking down, why not
collect some of the items
that can be hazardous to
local marine life?
Whether or not you find
riches during your beach
foraging, you can always
treasure the time, whether
spent with loved ones or in
peaceful solitude.
The local sea bean
society has created a
newsletter with interesting
articles and pictures of
different collectible
flotsam.
For information, visit
www.seabean.com.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
at sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Gretchen Sauerman and her children Kasi West, 10, and Kenny West, 6, search for shells, sea glass and sea beans on
Melbourne Beach.


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BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
The key word for the
Melbourne High School
Bulldogs football team
these days is new.
A new gymnasium with
a new weight room is
under construction;
there's talk of a new, syn-
thetic playing surface for
Bulldogs' Field; and for
the second time in six
months, there is a new
man in charge.
Former Cocoa High
School offensive coordi-
nator Todd Wilson was
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lenge for everybody, but
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port from the athletic
director on down."
Wilson said his only
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after he was hired was
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Chris Dugay on the bench press during Bulldogs' summer weight training session. For-
mal preparation for the 2007 football season began Aug. 6 with two-a-day practices. The
Bulldogs open the season at home Aug. 31 versus the Satellite Scorpions.


spring game, a 20-8 loss
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BY MATT O'HERN
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With the second half of
the season approaching,
members of
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best site to relocate their
races.
Quarter Midget racing is
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The first half of MFQM-
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the 2007 season.
As potential sites are
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Chuck Becker,
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Modifying the parking
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licity director Darla Beck-
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tions," board member
Chuck Becker said. "We
don't want to use all of
our money up just for a
temporary track, because
we still have an awards
banquet at the end of the
season."
Other potential racing
sites, which already host
other leagues, might be
available at tracks in New
Smyrna, Tampa and Lake-
land.
After receiving input
from general members,
the board of directors met
to organize information


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Marshall Becker, 14, of Merritt Island, studies the parking
lot of the Space Coast Communities Sports Complex July
26 that will become the new temporary race track for the
Mid-Florida Quarter Midget Racing Association.


and plan the next general
membership meeting.
Before any final deci-
sions are made, the
league will meet to vote
on the best temporary site
and, eventually, the best
location to construct a
new, permanent track
prior to the scheduled
first race.
"We'll discuss the tem-
porary site and the future
site," Becker said. "We will
probably have a member-
ship meeting by (Aug.
18)."
Contact Matt O'Hern at
(321) 751-5960 or at
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The Majors Golf Club in
Bayside Lakes will have
the inaugural Back to
School Junior Open tour-
nament 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 com-
pete for scholarship
money over two days of
stroke play.
Entry fee is $60 for the
6-9-year-old tourna-
ment, $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
www.majorsgolfclub.com

Flag football

Registration is under
way for the 2007 i9 Sports
Youth Flag Football fall
season.
The league will begin
play Sept. 23 and is open
to boys and girls of all
skill levels age 6-15.
Games will be played
every Sunday at Eau Gal-
lie High School.
Cost is $125 per player.
Registration deadline is
Aug. 18.


For information, call
(321) 574-5824 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 Indi-
an river Lagoon.
There also will be a
sprint race that includes
a quarter-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 bas-
ketball league will begin
play in September at the
Eau Gallie Civic Center
gym, 1551 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne.
Cost is $425 per team.
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The Brevard County
Horseshoes Club is look-
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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
Tournament Oct. 5 at
Suntree Country Club in
Melbourne.
Registration and lunch
will be from 11:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m.
The format is a four-
person scramble with a 1
p.m. shotgun start. An
awards ceremony will
follow 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
ceremony.
Sponsorship opportu-
nities are available, start-
ing at $150 for a hole
sponsor and up to $5,000
for a primary sponsor-
ship.
For information, call
(321) 459-2200.6.i

A ii Summor.golf,

Brevard County Parks
and Recreation has
reduced golf rates for the
summer on all three
county courses through
Nov. 30.
Brevard County resi-
dents can play 18 holes at
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From page B10
Golfers can use a cart for
an additional $14 at the
Savannahs and Habitat
courses and $12 at Spes-
sard Holland Golf
Course.
Afternoon special rates
include a noon special of
18 holes plus cart for $21
at the Habitat and Savan-
nahs or $20 at Spessard
Holland. A late- after-
noon special of nine
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available at 3 p.m. at the
Habitat and Savannahs
and for $12 at Spessard
Holland.
For information, call
(321) 633-2046

Free golf

Aquarina Beach and
Country Club in Mel-
bourne Beach will have
Charity Golf Monday
each Monday during July
and August.
For a minimum dona-
tion of $5 to the charity
of the week, golfers can
play the course for free.
The charity for Aug. 13
is The Brevard Zoo.
For information, call
(321) 728-0600.

Beachside golf
leagues

Two evening golf
leagues have been
formed at Spessard Hol-
land Golf Course in Mel-
bourne 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 press
release.
The registration fee for
either league is $15. The
weekly cost for each
league, is $17, which
includes cart, green fee,
food, beverages, and
prizes.
For information, con-
tact Rene Uzee or Roger
Marcellus at (321) 952-
4530.

Midnight basketball

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

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
organizers, event leaders
and camp directors with
news, stats or announce-
ments, contact Rob Shel-
burne at
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"It's wide open," he said
of the QB competition.
"Whoever it is he will
have to be a take-charge
guy in the huddle and
command the respect of
his teammates. He will
have to be thick-skinned
and able to handle criti-
cism. Those are the
things I look for before


physical ability."
Sophomore running
back Cortez Rey can be
expected to be the fea-
tured back in Wilson's
scheme, filling the void
left by the graduation of
T.J. Clark.
"He's a good looking
player," Wilson said of
Rey. "He's worked hard
and done everything
we've asked of him."
Wilson said the chal-


lenges he and his staff
face when formal work-
outs begin Aug. 6 are
many and at this point he
is happy with the attitude
of the players and the
coaches.
"It's been phenome-
nal," he said. "I ask a lot
of them. We will know
more when we get the
pads on but I see the hard
work already. Everybody
is anxious to get going."


2007 Melbourne
Bulldogs football
schedule
Aug. 31 vs. Satellite
Sept. 7 at Viera
Sept. 14 vs. Merritt


Island
Sept. 21 at Eau Gallie*
Sept. 28 at Titusville
Oct. 5 vs. Port St. Lucie*
Oct. 12 vs. Space Coast
Oct. 19 at Centennial*


Oct. 26 vs. Palm Bay*
Nov. 2 vs. Bayside*
Contact Rob Shelburne at
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lamp $25 321-733-0638
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corner unit, 5'7", solid
wood, 4 shelves, $60
SoBrev 321-757-8963
COMPUTER DESK, ex-
cellent condition, $35,
call 321-254-1768, S. Br.
COMPUTER TOWER,
keyboard, mouse, WinXP
runs great! $125 IR
772-589-1378
COPIER TONER, Sharp,
weight 260g, black, for
Model SF730NT1, 2 bot-
tles, $9/ea. 321-725-8392
COPIER/ SCANNER, HP
Scanjet, excel cond, $35,
call 321-773-3456, S. Br.
COUNTER STOOLS, (2)
wrought iron, $100 obo,
call 321-259-2194, S. Br.
CULTIVATOR/ TILLER,
Mantis, edger, Lawn de-
tacher, aerator, manual,
$125, call 321-635-6005.
CURIO CABINET: oak,
glass shelves, lighted,
25x73x11, $175, call
321-427-6683, So. Brev.
DAYBED, CHERRY
wood, no mattress, great
cond, $190, call
321-779-9508, So. Brev.
DAYBEDS (2) white
metal w/trundle &
mattresses. $75/ea.
321-639-9756
DEER HEADS, mounted
8 point, $75 each or both
$100 321-453-6209


DESK White Oak w/
hutch $75. Comp desk,
white maple, $50. book-
shelf $10.321-639-9756
DIGITAL CAMERA, Air-
tex, 1.5" display, memory
card, $50, call
321-254-6025, So. Brev.
DINETTE SET w/ leaf &
4 chairs, $50, call
321-684-1641, So. Brev.
DINING TABLE glass
w/ 6 chairs & pillows $65,
Dining table wood/ 6
chairs $60 321-725-7987
DISHES: SET, rose pat-
tern, good shape, couple
pieces missing, $15 So
Brev 321-727-8625
DOG CRATE: 20 inch,
used for 2 mos. Perfect
cond. Petmate. Medium.
$15 321-952-9466
DRESSER: 8 drawer with
large mirror, space for
nick-nacks built in. $40
321-639-6063 NoBrev
DRUM SET 5pc. Great
for a beginner, $125.
321-213-6521
DRYER, HOT Point, very
gd cond, $65,
321-722-1401 &
321-537-3057, So. Brev.
ELECTRIC STOVE, en-
closed burners, black &
white, gd, cond, $75, call
321-984-5338, So. Brev.
ELECTRIC STOVE, GE,
30 inch, self cleaning, w/
matching hood, $75 obo,
call 321-956-8709, S. Br.
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, solid oak, great con-
dition! $195. Please call
321-431-3311 S. Brev.
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER: Large, solid oak,
leaded glass,for 35" TV.
$199 321-768-7527
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER: mirrored. 2 tier.
folding doors. steal at
$100 321-784-3609
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER: wall unit, Honey
oak, 35" TV size, lots of
room $200 321-433-4913
ENTERTAINMENT CNT,
solid wood, w/ivory, mod-
ern finish, $199, call
321-751-6171, So. Brev.
FACIAL CHAIR: comfort,
multi-purpose, adjusta-
ble, tilt system, excellent
$195 321-720-7244
FRENCH DOORS: metal
frame, excellent condition
7'11"x3' Predrilled handle
.holes $99 321-676-5668
FUTON BUNK bed.
black metal & wood. twin
top, full bottom, needs
cover $100 321-951-0552
FUTON SOFA/ BED,
black, metal, like new,
$65, call 321-298-9720.
GOLF CLUBS, left hand-
ed, Taylor-made driver
R-580XD Grafalloy shaft
$60 321-639-7013
HAIR COLOR, all new, 6
blonde, 1 auburn, 1 dk
brown, blonde touch up,
$7, call 321-259-2853.
HEADBOARDS for Bed-
Brass or Wood: 2 units
$19/ea. 321-473-3551


HIBISCUS PLANTS-
Free, you dig them. Call
321-724-4854, So. Brev.
HOME SPEAKERS- Pio-
neer, large, 12", 3 way,
$40 for pair, call
321-751-9569, So. Brev.
HOT WATER heater,
elect, 40 gal, A. 0. Smith,
new in box, $185, call
321-480-2367, So. Brev.
JEWELRY ARMOIRE,
oak, like new, $65, call
321-768-1620, So. Brev.
JOGGING STROLLER,
In Step, 3 wheel, navy,
$45; wooden high chair,
$35, call 321-917-0018.
JUKEBOX: ROCKOLA
Model 468 w/ manual
$100 321-259-6251
LAWN MOWER, 5hp,
$90; Window a/c unit,
10,000 BTU, 110V, $100,
321-724-2950 S. Brev.
LAWN TRAILER, 4'x6',
$100, call 772-359-4022.
Palm Bay.
LEATHER COATS, (2),
ladies, medium black &
large burgundy, $10
each, call 321-729-6741.

LEATHER JACKET-
large, tan, tuxedo style,
like new, $100, call
321-952-0500, So. Brev.
LOVE. SEAT, $75; (3)
lamps, $20 each; Secre-
tary table, $40. Please
call 321-953-0306
LOVE SEAT, new, tan/
beige / wine, wall sconce
free w/ loveseat. Pd. $600
- sell $200. 321-253-9724
MASSAGE TABLE, like
new, used 4x, $120, call
321-953-6734, So. Brev.
MATTRESS SET- Sealy
full size, new cond, no
stains, spots, tears, $125
call 321-725-1966, S. Br.
MICRO WAVE- under
cabinet, Whirlpool, beige,
like new, only $50! Call
321-952-9155, So. Brev.
MOTORCYL HELMET-
Large, Shoei, mirrored
shield, ex cond, $75, call
321-482-6166, So. Brev.
NASCAR DIECAST 1/64
w/ hoods, asst drivers, $5
each, $100all, 20. cars,
call 321-288-5658, S. Br. ;.
NAUTICAL COLLECTA-
bles, $50; Old turkey plat-
ter, $20; Jewelry box,
$20, call 321-768-6135.
OFFICE FURNITURE:
desk/credenza cherry fin.,
2 exec. & 2 sctry chairs
$175 321-799-9948
Pack N'Play, Baby Trend,
w/changing table & bassi-
net,A1,$35; Graco Deluxe
stoller,$25. 321-254-9586
PATIO FURN: chaise, 4
chairs, table, good condi-
tion. Must see! $200/obo.
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PATIO SET: 7 pcs,
round table w/4 chairs, 2
chaise lounges, $100,
call 321-777-7032, S. Br.
POND, PUMP, angel
waterfall, holds 90gal,
$40, call 321-254-7748.


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POOL PUMP, Heywood,
1.5 hp, brand new in box
$200 321-259-7700 Viera
POOL/ SPA fiberglass,
low maintenance, 7 foot
round, 1 hp pump, filter,
cover $200 321-427-4149
PORT A'POTTY for
camper or boat, $19. Call
321-725-4809 S. Brev.
POWER WINCH for boat
trlr, $30; Roller blades, sz
9, $25. Call 321-725-0545
or 941-286-7005 S. Brev.
PRESSURE WASHER:
2400psi generic washer
with Honda GCV160 5.5
eng. $175 321-269-4174
PRINTERS: HP Laserjet
4.5 $50, HP LJ4V
(11x17) $100 SoBrev
321-698-4580
PVC FURNITURE, bar
set, $50; (2) chairs $10
each; Sony TV, $20, call
321-984-3847, So. Brev.
RACE CAR bed. Tyco
Blue, includes mattress.
Good cond. $200.
772-589-7956
RECLINER/ ROCKER:
La-z-boy, cloth, muted
pattern, neutral, excellent
$180 321-777-4194
REFRIGERATOR W/ ice
maker, Kenmore, $200,
call 321-506-4253, S. Br.
REFRIGERATOR, GE,
20.8 cubic ft, frost free,
$150, call 321-259-1948.
REFRIGERATOR: COM-
PACT size 17x17x19
inch. Great for dorm/ of-
fice $40 321-6363484
REFRIGERATOR: FOR
Dorm or office. Excellent
condition. $20 SoBrev
321-777-4194
REFRIGERATOR: GE
side-by-side, 25 cu ft.
Water/ ice in door. $150
321.-757-3978 SoBrev
RUG, ROUND, sphinx
kharmin, paid $498, sell
for $175, call
321-724-1031, So. Brev.
SAW MITER, Black &
Decker, 2hp, 10in car-
bide blade, $42, call
321-704-3349, So. Brev.
SHOWER DOOR,
framed, 33 3/4"- 36 3/4",
rain texture, $199 in box,
call 321-752-4023, S. Br.
SLIDE PROJECTOR,
Argus 300 automatic,
several slide trays, $50,
call 321-676-5264, S. Br.
SLING CHAIRS: (6)
taupe patio SoBrev $70
321-956-0894
SMOKED GLASS T
tops, fits "82-"92 Firebird/
Camero/ TransAm, $175,
call 321-725-7015, S. Br.
SOFA WITH 2 chairs,
gold, $200, call
321-726-9429, So. Brev.
STATIONARY BIKE,
dual action, $50, call
321-632-6024, So. Brev.
STOVE TOP, GE, white,
great shape, $175, call
321-752-0946, So. Brev.
STROLLER, GRACO, w/
car seat, 3 bases, $80;
Glider rocker, $50; Rec-
liner, $45. 321-373-4225
SUB OFFER, Sony,
(2), 600 & 700watt, works
great, all wires incld,
$199, call 321-757-6341.
SURFBOARDS: 9-8 Ron
Jon $85, 6-1 Spectrum
$45 321-751-1932
SURVELIENCE SYST,
audio/video, $145; Nice
stereo, $45, call
321-777-4153, So. Brev.
TABLE AND 2 chairs,
Child's set, $60 obo So
Brev 321-452-8834
TABLE, 4 Chairs wall
unit,china cabinet $199
321-726-6747 SoBrev
TABLE: OAK, solid, 2
mission style chairs,
30x30x29. excellent.
$199 obo 321-501-9029
TABLES: GARDEN
nursery for shade or
green house 24"x66" (4)
$25 each 321-749-9452
TIRE COVER, Florida
Gators, $20; Vapor II
floor & window cleaner,
$150, call 321-242-7113.
TIRE, EXCELLENT
cond, 920565r15, $25
call 321-676-5847, S. Br.
TOY CARS, American
Muscle, (10) 1/18th, $10
each, (1)Dodge Viper,
$85, call 321-591-7494.
TOYBOX: STEP 2, large
with pink lid and book-
shelves $25obo, very
good. 321-259-9592


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sway control, w/trlr frame
brackets, $175/obo. 321-
725-0545 / 941-286- 7005
TREADMILL, SEARS
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TV CONSOLE, with stor-
age, 78"x18", $50, call
321-768-9693, So. Brev.
TWIN BEDS, 2 pull out
drawers, bookcase, head
board, like new, $175,
call 321-631-0407, S. Br.
TYPEWRITER: CANON
Electric MX200 $50 Like
new. 321-984-8774
VENETIAN BLINDS, 2,
faux wood, 92"x44", al-
most new, $75, call
321-632-4788, So. Brev.
WALL UNIT: large ivory
enamel. $199 SoBrev
321-259-5641
WASHER, KENMORE,
heavy duty, used, older
model, works great! $50.
772-538-7012 S. Brev.
WELDER WEIGHT sys-
tem, never used, $125;
Dumbbells w/rack, $75,
call 321-254-0924, S. Br.
WET/DRY VAC, Rigid, 16
gal., new, $100; Giant
dog kennel, $45. Call
321-574-1082 S. Brev.
WHEELS/ TIRES for
stock Chevy truck 5 lug
set of 4 1993 2WD $75
321-676-5213 SoBrev
WORK BENCH- rounded
top, 25"x48"x36", $50
obo, call 321-255-5990.




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new in plastic $210. De-
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BEDROOM Furniture
Queen/ Full headboard,
footboard, tall dresser w/
triple mirror,2 nightstands
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6 pieces. All brand
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BUNK BED, oak, loft w/
student desk, very good
condition, detachable lad-
der, $300. 321-953-6061
CHERRY SLEIGH BED
w/mattress & boxspring.
Still in package. $380
321-255-3415
COMPUTER DESK, gray
/black, w/hutch, $50; Van-
ity, 'white w/chair,; $10
Chair, seafoam, $25; En-
tertain. Center, 2pc, white
oak, $400. 321-639-9756
COUCH, Sleeper, chair,
ottoman, pastel floral
print, glass top oval cof-
fee, end & couch tables,
$375/all. 321-733-0638
DININGROOM SET, 9 pc
tiger maple, $500; Bed-
room set, qn mattress &
box,$400; Cherry Dbl bed
w/mattress/box, usedimo
$350; Bedroom set, 5 pc,
dk maple,twin w/head/foot
board,$300.321-953-0306
Diningroom Set, glass
top white pedestal table,
6 parsons chairs; Living-
room set, 12 pc. For pri-
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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
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SOFA & LOVESEAT,
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suede. Never used!! Still
in package. $695. Can
Deliver. 321-288-7745


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$350 '& up; Also Teacup,
Yorkies, Min. Poodles.
Shots, Wormed, Healthy
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321-961-7107

BEAGLE PUPS SMALL
picture perfect show type
Champ lines AKC+ APR
reg. 1st & 2nd shots.
Health Cert. Ready 8-15
Pup kit. Parents on site.
$495. 772-468-8224

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Bichon Frise pups,AKC,
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white, very gentle, Ready
9/4, $750. 321-259-0820
COLLIE/ LAB 1.5 yr. all
shots. Neutered. Loyal.
great with kids/ animals
FREE 321-723-6615
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German Shepherd Lov-
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secure, fenced, loving at
home family, house bro-
ken, gentle, no other pets.
Price neg. 321-674-6810
JENDAY CONURE -
BEAUTIFUL, less than 2
years, incl's travel cage &
supplies. Paid $325 -sell
$200. 321-426-4374
MINI PARROTS Parrot-
letts, w/cages, approx. 20
avail., $95/pair; (2) red-
headed parrots, $200/ea.
321-783-1234 Mon.-Fri.


PIT BULL,American Red
Nose, 3 year female, very
docile, great w/kids/cats/
dogs, all shots, $75 adop.
fee! 321-537-1348

PUG PUPPIES, CKC, 1st
shots, 1 fawn female, 2
black males, 2 black fe-
males, $500/males; $600
/females. 321-254-4781
RESCUED CATS In need
of forever homes! All are
tested, fixed, vaccinated,
vet checked. Donations
accepted. 321-213-3934
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SHIH TZU AKC
Vet checked, 1st shots. 9
weeks. $550. Call
772-519-2820
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Black males, 1 Brindle
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comm. pools & tennis
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Cape Canaveral Condo.
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river. Coquina Reef Real-
ty 321-501-8565
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Club 2/2 turnkey condo.
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oceanfront, 3/2, utility rm,
large wrap-around porch,
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VIERA ANXIOUS seller:
waterfront, 1st fir condo,
split plan 2/2 + garage in
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DAYTONA BEACH -
LARGEST DOUBLE
LOT 4BR/4BA, located
in wooded community
south of world famous
castle/archway on Inter-
nat'l Speedway. Near
new High School, Mall,
Speedway & Beach. Was
listed at $389,000; NOW
$289,000. By Owner.
Clear deed enables parti-
al trade on anything.
386-547-7030.
DEMAND WATER-
FRONT 2589 West Lake
Drive. Secluded 3 bed-
room, 3 bath and bonus
room. (Possible In-Law
Suite/Home Office) with
separate entrance. De-
tached oversized 2car
garage/workshop with
cabinets, 220 and water.
REDUCED TO:
$249,500 386-738-4045


CBS NEW HOME: 3/2/2,
Scrn porch, 9'4" ceil. XL
kit, insul wind., extra high
efficient. Many more xtr's.
$179,000. 772-633-1839
Vero Lake Estates. Nr
1-95 & State Rd 512.
EAU GALLIE Reduced!
1691 Eisenhower Ave. 2
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custom storm shutters,
sprinklers,excellent cond.,
$110,000.321-259-8749
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MELBOURNE 3BR,1 BA,
1 car gar. new kit & bath.
wood firs. throughout.
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321-729-8252
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4BR/3BA w/guest suite,
pool & hottub. $499,000.
Cell 321-848-4110
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Vacant Land Lot w/pooll
Near Gemini, $315,000.
90x150 corner lot 1 block
to beach $339,000.
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or Lease at $950 month.
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W. MELBOURNE
1.4 acre parcel, Possible
2 building sites.$149,000!
Spence Servoss
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321 951-7577


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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, Great af-
fordable home 3/2, break
fast rm, family rm w/fire-
place, 1551 sf, beautiful
landscape, covered patio,
$180K/obo.321-498-2895
Merritt Island 2 new
homes. Rent/Lease to
purchase, all. rent credits
to purchase. Call for info
321-459-2533 / 693-8591
MICCO 3-br/2-ba/2-cg
1.39 acres. 4 yrs old.
Hurricane shutters, pool,
hot tub, lanai. Top of the
line appliances. $389,000
772-663-1949
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 ICl 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 see photos
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PALM BAY (off Fallon
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
PALM BAY 3/2/2, Ig.
corner lot, just renovate-
d, Rent to own or
purchase/owner finance.
$195. New kitchen, new
roof. Move in ready.
407-509-3565
PALM BAY, 2000+ sq. ft.,
3/2, bonus room, Well
kept inside/out, $168,900.
Owner to pay some clos-
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low rates 321-722-0078
PALM BAY, Bank
Owned, Handyman 3/2/2,
nice lot, needs work.
Bank said make offer.
1-800-436-1619 x5960

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PONCE INLET Ocean
views, across from
beach, w/beach access.
4BR/4BA, 25ft. ceilings
3000sf. Built 2002. Pool,
waterfall. Appraised
$895,000. Asking
$850,000/obo
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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
PORT ORANGE -
Spruce Creek. Fly-In.
Lovely 2BD/2BA, 2-CG,
Wooded lot on golf
course. Master suite,
Dressing room, Fam. rm.,
Screen porch. New paint.
By Owner. No Brokers.
$268,000. 386-760-2104


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PALM CITY Danforth
Subdivision on lake,
3br/2ba/2cg with Pool &
Fenced yard. Wood floors
and beautiful front door.
$489,000 772-631-6682
PORT ORANGE- Re-
ducedl Lakefront '2176
sf., pool, 3/2/2cg. Builda-
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234 Sedgewood Hammock Lakes
W. Melbourne
STUNNING! Tiffany built home.
Incredibly large eat-in kitchen w/42"
maple cabinets. Expansive living &
dining rooms w/cathedral ceilings.
Screened patio & fenced backyard.
Loaded with upgrades; tile floors in
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PORT ST LUCIE 3/2/2
Tile & Wood Floors, New
paint Inside/Out, Lge
fenced yd, new roof. Mo-
tivated Seller! $168,900
Reid RE 772-486-8081
See ad #42563 for photo
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SATELLITE BEACH.
Blocks to beach or relax
by the pool in this 4/2
over 2000 sqft home
$299K Coquina Reef
Realty 321-501-8565
SOUTH DAYTONA 2/1,
Great neighborhood.
Newly remodeled, Florida
Rm. Central AC, Ig.
fenced backyard. $138K
386-453-7740 see photo
online Hometownnewsol.com
Ad #42841

TITUSVILLE Meadow-
ridge, 3/2/2 Gorgeous in-
side + out vaulted ceil-
ings, fence yrd, $225.000
ERASCRE 321-525-0867
TITUSVILLE, 4/3/3, bo-
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grades. 1370 Blueberry
Dr. $440K 321-267-4509
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TITUSVILLE,2/1, new firs
/appl's,fresh paint in, new-
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shutters, sprinkler sys.,
lots of stor., conv. located
$134,900. 775-340-5939
or 321-383-0485. See
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TITUSVILLE-BY OWNER
3 BR/1 BA, could be 4 BR
/2 BA, clean, bright, open
plan, den w/fireplace, too
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12-2. $147,500. Prettiest
house in Brevard under
$149K. Owner will pay all
closing costs! Please call
321-383-1130
TITUSVILLE-BY OWNER
3BR/1.5BA, pool, nice
corner lot, new windows
in BR's, close to schools
/shopping, 1/2 fixed up,
$124,000. 321-383-1130
VERO BEACH New
3br/2ba/3cg, CBS w/Pool
on Lake. Lots of up-
grades. Reduced!
$359,000. Call owner for
details. 772-564-6954


AFFORDABLE
VERO BEACH
2 Br/ iba, 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
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INDIAN HARBOUR Bch-
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MELBOURNE BEACH -
2/1.5 Beachwoods gated
comm.Steps from beach,
River access. Motivated!
$225K. 321-956-8802
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
INVE$TORS-Turnbill
Estates. Waterfront golf
2/2/2, New! End unit, one
floor, 18" tile, 42" kitchen
cabinets, beautiful pool &
clubhouse, lux. master &
bath. Was $275K now
$210K/obo.386-423-5751
305-321-1518. Unlimited
golf included w/maint.



CAPE CANAVERAL -
Price reduced $15K! Full
duplex. Each 2/1. 2 blks
to. bch. $323,999. Luxury
Real Estate FL Inc. Joanne
Rommel 321-749-4628
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EDGEWATER DUPLEX
great location, investment
prop. Room for RV/Boat.
Must sell, $195,000. Will
consider all reasonable
offers. 386-689-3045




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
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x157. $65,000 ea. 180 x
173 $70,000 ea. 160 x
130 $55,000 ea. Can be
sold separately. Cleared.
917-440-5992
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
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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 Port Malabar
lot for sale 363 Trident
Ave SE Unit 9. Only lot
avail. Asking $25,000
Canada 905-883-0148
PUTNAM COUNTY, Sat-
suma FL. 2 lots, side by
side, fronts paved rd,
135'x150', $19,900. Call
Richard 386-316-3207
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

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walk to schools & parks,
great for commuter
$239,000 OBO
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$7500 gets you this beau-
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MOTIVATED SELLER!
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new appl's/water heater,
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Must Sell! 321-676-4795
Melbourne Beach, Lei-
sure Living Estates
across street from beach.
Own lot & manf. home,
hot tub, golf, $110,000 or
Lease opt. 321-544-7424
MELBOURNE, FSBO,
2/2, 1989, exc. cond.,
new carpet, 55+, w/co-op
ownership of park,
$55,000 / $25,000 share.
321-254-2730 / 806-8597
MIMS, 14X60, 2/2, fully
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nice! $27,500. Call
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NE PALM BAY, 2517
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2/2 on own land (no more
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Washer & Dryer hook-up,
fenced yard, scrnd porch,'
newer AC & Roof. Only
$52K/obo to own your
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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
PORT ORANGE Colo-
ny in the Woods, Clyde
Morris Blvd. 1981 Rama-
da, 1344 sq. ft. Unfurn.
2/2, enclosed AC, Fla. &
utility rm. New Carrier AC
unit, 3 1/2 ton. Upscale
club house/pool. Sewer,
water, garbage, cable
TV, hshld. garbage bags
lawn care incld. in month-
ly lot rental $455.
$48,000. 386-322-5462
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PORT ORANGE 3br/
2ba doublewide, 12'x16'
Florida Rm. In Southern
Pine, a family park. Off
Spruce Creek Rd & No-
va. High & dry. No as-
sociation fee. Seller
motivated! Best deal at
$125,000 obo including
land! Seller pays closing!
864-221-8806,
828-246-3850,
386-322-9193

Sebastian Whispering
Palms. Renovated 2/2.
Florida room, porch,
driveway. Inside laundry.
C/H/A. Pets OK. Tennis
2 pools,, bingo, $32,000
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Palms 55+ adult resort.
05 2-br/2-ba 16 x 52. 2
pools, tennis, biking, ping
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772-766-3550
ST LUCIE COUNTY
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ways 55+. St Lucie Coun-
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Sacrifice $20,000.
631- 804-2733.
VERO BEACH Village
Green 55+. 2/2, 2 screen
rooms, utility shed,
carport. Comm pool,
clubhouse. $24,900. for
sale/rent. 772-569-1526
772-532-4665
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 Dou-
blewide 55+ comm. Rent-
ed lot. Located on big
lake. 2BR/2BA. New roof,
new a/c + sunroom.
$25,000.
Completely renovated
2005 Doublewide, all fur-
niture, appl's, amenities.
Lakefront. 55+ communi-
ty. $49,900.
321-984-9491
W. MELBOURNE, Open
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'81 modular, 1268 sf, 2/2,
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HORSE & BUGGY
Country Beautiful 3Br
2Ba ranch, carpet, ap-
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Full basement & large
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Ohio. $149,900, Owner
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KENTUCKY 100 acres,
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100 acres Trophy deer,
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pool and patio area with
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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-
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Owner financing
931-979-1371.

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828-652-8700
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- MUST sell $219K or rent
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alone 100K. The ultimate
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PORT ORANGE 16 Acre
Estate. 2447 Tomoka
Farms Rd. 4br/2.5ba,
2000 sq.ft. living, Lg. scrn
pool. (2) two car gar..
3600 sq.ft. remodeled
barn. Very private, Gated/
fenced. Close to 1-95, US
92. $2,000,000..
386-334-7943
SEQUATCHIE POINT
Tennessee Mtns Where
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SO. CENTRAL Florida.
Lake lots reduced
$100,000 Owner says,
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properties in a gated
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Priced from $9,900 w/
excellent financing avail.
866-352-2249 ext 2052.
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Looking for your cozy
lake hideaway? Hand
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acres. On beautiful Lake
Hartwell. Call today!
1-864-353-9363
SOUTH CAROLINA
5 acres. Lake Marion
area. By owner. Beautiful
building site less than 4
miles to lake. Near
Manning S.C. $39,900.
E-Z terms.
Owner financing.
803-473-7125
SOUTH DAYTONA -
3br/2ba, Pool Home with
outside pool bar on cor-
ner lot. Tile baths + Up-
grades inside & out.
10x20 Smithbuilt shed,
Central heat/AC. 2nd
bdrm., bath & side entr.
wheel chair accessible.
$195K. The Grossholz
Team RE/MAX All Pro
386-767-0002 '

SOUTH DAYTONA -
Like new 3/2, 1780 sqft.
living, CBS split plan
w/bonus room. Lg. eat-in
kitchen, formal din. rm.,
inside laundry, scrn.
porch with huge privacy
fenced yard. Plenty of
room for a pool. Shaded
lot in quiet neighborhood
with one way entr/exit.
$269,900. 386-322-1695
see photos online at
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43127
TENNESSEE Lake Front
Property .65 acres, Gen-
tle slopes, spectacular
views, community club-
house and wild life pre-
serve. Underground utilit-
ies paved roads,
$149,900. 941-375-1163
or pencomed@aol.com
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
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MELBOURNE Share
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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

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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 BEACH!!! RENOVATED!!!
NEW Kitchen, Bath, Tile!!! FREE Cable!!! $775 MONTH

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

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

777-1532


DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
Jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or 1br/1ba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503
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
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
2br/2ba. Near beach.
W/D. Comm. pool.
1200sf. condo. Very
clean. Nice quiet area.
$925/mo. 321-446-2191
MELBOURNE BCH Furn
turn key studio suite. Riv-
er & bch. access. Single
occupancy No pets/smk.
$675/mo. Cable & Elec.
included. 321-728-0125
MELBOURNE BEACH,
1/1.5 $795/mo. Pool, ten-
nis, fitness room, across
from beach. Bike room,
good parking. No pets
954-260-4092
MELBOURNE, 2/2, clean
2nd floor condo, lots of
closet space, balcony w/
storage, FREE CABLE,
poolon-site laundry, close
to shopping / restaurants /
transportation, no pets,
good credit required,
$775/mo. 321-725-0665
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PALM BAY NE 2br/2ba
1100sf. All apple's W/D.
Comm. Pool. Rent
$750/mo, Sale $127,900.
Poss. rent to own. 1st,
last + sec. 503-757-7031
Satellite Bch- Gorgeous
beachfront 3br/3ba condo
All new, granite counters,
cherry cabinets. Ocean
views! Great price-
$1695/mo. 321-960-9767
SEBASTIAN New Com-
munity, Pelican Isles.
3/Br,2/Ba Apartments
with washer/ dryer.
Move-in Special- free
cable 1st 2 mos. (Income
Restrictions)
925 Pelican Isles Circle.
772-581-4440
SEBASTIAN 2Br/2Ba
with amenities,
(clubhouse, pool, tennis)
$950/mo + F/L/S
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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
SEBASTIAN: Adorable,
furn by river. 1 bdrm cot-
tages including utilities,
cable, w/d. No security
from $175. weekly. 11330
US Hwy 1.772-321-3202
TITUSVILLE: 2/1 tile'
throughout, new bath-
room, super clean, w/d,
pool, no pets. Walk to
river. $675/mo lease op-
tion avail. Enzo Lombar-
di, Mike Selig & Associ-
ates. 321-298-7757
VERO BEACH Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$525. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013
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



BEACHSIDE RENTALS
3/1.5 home, garage; 2 BR
condo, pool, beach park,
lease purchase; Lg. 1 BR,
pool, deck, huge yard. All
are $890/mo. incl. water
& cable' 321-960-4803
CAPE CANAVERAL,
Furnished 1BR/1BA. 2
blocks to Beach. $900/mo
Nov-April, minimum 4
mos, Showing now!
407-739-2746
FORT PIERCE: 2br/lba,
brick home, spacious,
W/D, all appls, fireplace.
$1100/mo. + security
includes water & elec
Good for lovely family.
772-807-8644
954-709-1830
INDIALANTIC 4br/2ba,
open LR/DR/Fla. room,
Ig. fenced yard,
$1500/mo. incl lawn svc.
Call G. Conley Keller
Williams 321-243-2738
MELBOURNE adorable
house 2BR 1BA, 21 West
Ave B #1. Beautiful yard,
quiet neighborhood
$800/month + security.
Call 321-984-8012
MELBOURNE, $500/mo
/room. Or rent 3/2 for
$1500/mo. 3 blocks from
Ballard Park. Wonderful
place! Come see it! Call
Nathan 865-405-0653


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

MERRITT ISLAND: New
found Harbor, large 3/212,
on oversize lot, fireplace,
wood floors, excellent
location. $1,095/mo
321-298-7757


RENT NOW
MICCO: 3/1, $750/mo.
1/1, $495/mo. W/D, deck.
Near river! Available
immed. 772-225-4093
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's,
homes, duplexes.Start @
$660/mo up to $1300/mo.
Avail NOW! Woodlake
Realty, inc. 321-723-8700
PALM BAY NE, 2/2,
fenced yard, near Harris
& FIT, off Robert Conlan
Blvd. pets considered,
good area, $625/mo.
407-489-8712 Lv. msg.
PALM BAY NE, 3/2, dou-
ble garage w/ workshop,
pool w/ toddler gate,
fenced yard, Alarm, gar-
bage paid. $1350/month
+ $1350 sec. Call for avail
321-722-1313, 674-1934
PALM BAY NW & NE
(3) 3/2/2, $795/mo.
(2) 3/2/2, Family Room,
screen porch, $895/mo.
3/2/2, FR, screen porch,
1694sq.ft. $850/mo.
3/2/2, ceramic tile, FP,
screen porch, $900/mo.
3/2/2, corner lot, screen
porch, $995/mo.
4/2/2 screen porch, w/d,
2236sq.ft. $1200/mo.
3/2/2, fireplace, $895/m
PALM BAY SW & SE
3/2/2, NEW! 1800sf.
corner lot, $925/mo.
4/3/2 NEW! $1200/mo.
3/2/2, screen porch,
family room, $950/mo.
WEST MELBOURNE
*4/2/2 1754sqft. $1100/m
All Florida Properties,
Inc. 321-725-5252
PALM BAY NW, Emer-
son & Jupiter area, 3/2/2,
Ig., screen porch, corner
lot, newer tile & apple's ,
city water, $1100/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 SE Near
Bayside, quiet area. Lg.
3/2/2 car garage, built in
'06. Approx. 2000sq.ft.
Asking $1060/month.
Call 305-338-0746
PALM BAY SE, beautiful
3/2/2, 1662 sf, near Bay-
side Lakes, skylight, spa-
'cious MBR, scrnd porch,
near schools & shopping,
$1050/mo. 321-768-0044


MELBOURNE 3br/2ba,
1500 sqft, fully renovated.
Central location. Near
192. For rent or sale.
$850/mo 321-412-7934
PALM BAY, 2 Weeks
Free! Brand new Homes!
$800 -$1200 mo. All
areas 3/2/2 w/ upgrades.
1200 sq. ft. Call for more
details. Gore Realty
321-952-7257 704-1104
PALM BAY, Brand new,
4/2/2, open plan, huge
backyard, close to
schools/shopping, $1300
mo.,1 mo. sec.+ pet dep.
Ms.Garcia 321-639-5621
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
ROCKLEDGE, 3/2/1 in
Levitt Park. Includes
Lawn Maintenance $1050
/month. Security $900 but
will take payments
321-638-8751
SATELLITE BEACH
Newly renovated 3/2 with
w/d hookup, non-
smoking, small dog/cat
ok, lawn & pest incl., pool
privileges, near PAB, "A"
schools, shopping.
$1350/mo. 321-773-6752
SEBASTIAN: 3BR/2BA,
screened porch, all appli-
ances, lawncare incl.
$900/mo. Move in ready
641 Brookedge Terrace.
772-388-4915
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

A A&AAAAtA
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 apple's
$4,000/mo. Ref's + Se-
curity 860-395-4122 or
860-388-2113
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 Fur-
n & unfurn. Starting at
$500. Call Paula Rogers
& Assoc 772-231-9121,
772-473-7009 cell


VERO BEACH- 2/2.
W/D. Year-round lease.
Adult 40 + comm, tennis,
swimming, clubhouse
weight room. $725.mo. +
until. Security/ References.
772-321-9834

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 3/2/2
Westbrooke Comm. pool
& park. Walking distance
to elementary & middle
schools. Alarm. $1200/
mo. incls. pest & lawn
svc. Call 321-698-8709

W. MELBOURNE Great
Loc., 2BR/1BA w/garage,
close to all, quiet dead
end street, big yard, lake-
view & horses out back,
neat & tidy! $850/mo. or
possible lease purchase.
Avail. 9/1.321-863-6321

W. MELBOURNE, 3/2/2
new kitchen, large lot,
fenced yard. No Smoking,
no pets. $975/mo
3 2 1 -2 8 8-3 8 1 1,
321-288-3815

W. MELBOURNE, 3/2/2,
1650 sf, screened porch,
on lake, all appl's, lawn
care incl'd., gated comm.,
$1300 month, 1st, last, +
$1000 dep. 321-951-9577

WEST MELBOURNE
3br/2ba/1 car gar. Corner
Lot w/ trees, nice & clean.
$875/mo. First, last + sec.
Kris 321-593-2701
OPTION TO BUY


Beach Living at its Best.
Beautiful new designer
furnished Townhome,
2/2.5, gated community,
heated pool, private
beach access, tennis

courts, best dock on river,
$2500/seasonal, $2000m
yearly 941-928-7005
INDIALANTIC townhome
Oceanside 2BR/2.5BA
W/D, garage, pool,
tennis, walk to shops &
beach. $1000/mo.
321-777-5740; 652-0570
Luxury 2 story townhouse,
4/2.5/1 in prestigious Mar-
jorca. 1 block/ocean, top
of the line fixtures, lighting
etc.. $1550 MG Harrell
cApollo RE 321-243-9707
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
SUNTREE TOWNHOME,
2 BR/2 BA, garage, on
golf course, 1250 sq.ft.,
washer/dryer, pool. Avail-
able 9/1. $1100/month +
sec. 321-591-7552



MELB. BCH. STUDIO,
full kitchen, fully furnish-
ed, king & sofa beds. Incl:
DSL. Aug. Special $699
per month. 321-725-8392
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, Eau Gal-
lie, 2/1, new AC unit &
refrigerator, new tile in
kitchen, close to schools,
no pets, $675/mo. + $300
sec. 321-259-3359

PALM BAY-SE. 3/2/1 car
gar. Quiet area. W/D
hookup. Sep. LR & DR.
Tile throughout. Small pet
ok. $900/mo + $900
deposit. 321-544-6652

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
SEBASTIAN: 2br/2ba/lcg
Year old W/D, tile firs, cath
ceilings, ceiling fans &
blinds. $825/mo. FLS 954-
240-1482
954-894-4451




SPANISH LAKES Fair-
ways 55+. St Lucie Coun-
ty. 2br/ 2ba, free golf,
clubhouse, pool & more.
$600/mo, no pets.
month-to-month w/ option
to buy. 631- 804-2733.





MELBOURNE Downtown
Off US 1, 1250 sq ft ideal
for small business,. 5
rooms, 2 baths $1200/mo
Call 413-684-1436 leave
message.

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


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CLEARWATER Gated
2br/lba, Top of the world,
55 +, two golf courses,
two swimming pools, Li-
brary, Craft shop. $600
per month 727-799-3818
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olina. Beautiful Mtn.
views, 2/2 fireplace, rap
around decks, reserve
now. $525/wk
828-837-9026 or
8 2 8 8 3 7- 1 045
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BLEVINS VACATION
Cabins. Dillsboro NC.
Great Smoky Mountain
Train Ride. White water
rafting. 2 to 4 br cabins.
1-800-247-3057 www.
dnet.net/blevinscabins/
FLAT ROCK NC TWIN
PONDS RV Park Book
now for Spectacular Fall
Colors! Weekly rentals
starting @$200. Nearby
golfing, fishing, antiquing.
828-693-4018
www.NCTwinPonds.com


FLAT ROCK NC- Book
Now for the Spectacular
Fall Colors! 22 mi. east of
Ashville. 9 RENTAL
UNITS avail, by the mo.
$600-$1000. Weekly
starting at $300. Twin
Ponds RV Park. Ameni-
ties incl. pool, recreation
& activity room. Call
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. GA Mtns 1-2 & 3-br
cabins with hot tubs, in
Historic Dahlonega.
Horseback riding, golf,
hike, canoe, pan for gold.
866-373-6307
www.cavendercreek.com


TRANSPORTATION


CHEVROLET S-10
Pick-up. '00 Custom low
rider. Must see $3500.
772-461-0755
FASTBACK MUSTANG,
1965, 2+2, K-code, proj-
ect car, $25,000. Family
car for 33 years. If inter-
ested, call 321-508-3481
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




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VOLKSWAGEN '73
Super Beetle, 90%
restored, beautiful red
paint. Everything new.
$4000. 772-201-3244




BMW 740i, 1999,
White with Tan Int., Cold
Air, 6 CD/Cass, Am/Fm,
Sunroof, Beautiful Condi-
tion. $11,500
772-631-6682

BMW 325 cic '02, Conv.
Silver, Auto, Leather,
Prem. Pkg, low miles, 1
owner, ex.cond. $22k
OBO 772-234-6975

CADILLAC DEVILLE
d'Elegance, '91, excellent
condition, white, 2nd own-
er, $3150. 321-799-3630
or 321-432-5627

Cadillac Eldorado, '91,
108K, black/black leather,
$1995; Pontiac Sunbird
Conv.,'91,80K,$1795.321-
984-9264 / 518-368-0677


CADILLAC SEVILLE
SLS 94' Fully loaded,
Exc condition, low miles,
Asking $4,500. Call Rick
772-532-3892
CHEVY CAVALIER, '91
convertible, 3.1 6 cylinder,
stick shift, runs very good.
$800 OBO 321-254-8548
CHEVY CAVALIER, '99,
56K mi., exc. cond., newly
painted (blue), cold AC, 4
door,pwr steering/ brakes,
$4150.321-259-8408
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.
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CHRYSLER LEBARON
Convertible, '94, looks &
runs great, V6, automatic,
AC, $2400. 321-722-0078
Chrysler Sebring JXI
Cony '99. P/W, P/L &
power seats. Exc cond.
Must sell. Runs great.
$4800/obo 7,72-532-3892 .


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CONV., DODGE '93, gen-
tly driven,6 cyl.,new trans.
/AC system, Pirelli, alloys,
garaged, 102K, Reduced
to $19,500. 321-720-8528
Dodge Aries,'82, 44K or-
ig.mi.,lowner-was Grand-
ma's car, great AC, mint
cond., needs nothing!
$1995/obo. 321-698-8688
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To Help Children & Their
Families Suffering From
Cancer. Free Towing.
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1-800-469-8593
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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
HONDA ACCORD LX,
'88, runs, new clutch &
battery, needs a little TLC,
$550.321-255-7475
HONDA Accord Special
Ed.,'02,gar. kept,1 owner,
sunroof, tinted windows,
very good running cond.,
$8900.321-751-9569
HONDA CIVIC '98 2dr.
EX Coupe. Runs good.
Black, sunroof, a/c, PS,
cruise, CD player, 5spd.
$3900. Call 321-253-9358
HYUNDAI ACCENT, '02,
power windows/locks, AC
cold, 83K miles, exc. cd.,
white, below book value
$3900. 321-544-9163
LINCOLN CONTINEN-
TAL Sedan '96, 74K mIs,
silver, exc cond. $4100.
321-984-1748 or email
smelbournebeach@aol.com


MAZDA MIATA, '97, 5
spd,120K,new top&
glass, blue, very good
condition, new timing
belt/battery, $3995.
321-255-7538

CALL WOW
MERCEDES 220, 1995 -
Black 160K Miles 4 door,
$1,500 561-389-8965
MERCURY COUGAR,
'92,cold AC, maroon,2 dr,
V-6, auto, needs paint,
drives good, 150K miles,
$750/obo. 321-729-8037
NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S,
'06, tan, cruise, 30K mi.,
30mpg, non-smoker, ex-
tra clean, $13,995. Call
321-454-9616 / 403-7701
Nissan Sentra Special
Ed.,'05, nice,prem. sound
sys. w/6 CD changer, new
carpet. Way below KBB
at $8750. 321-952-2194.
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PONTIAC Grand Am GT,
'99, great cond., 88K mi.,
red, loaded, pwr sunroof,
6 cylinder auto, $4900.
321-266-9089 / 212-9819
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
TOYOTA CAMRY, '95,
sedan, auto, power win-
dows/locks, cold air, runs
good,142K mi., orig. own-
er, $2900. 321-253-1057




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6 Lug Falken S/TZ
295/50R20. Great condi-
tion, $500. Call Mike
321-298-6197


I ,D0;D 044 7025 Korbin Avenue
Rockledge, FL 32955
,t? j o Tim & Dana Cornelius
321-632-8050 Family Owned & Operated


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BOAT OR RV HELP
CHILDREN FIGHTING
DIABETES. Tax deducti-
ble, fast, free towing,
need not run. Please Call
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camp and education.
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HARLEY DAVIDSON
Sportster, '99,Model 883,
3500mi., upgradeds,mus-
tang seat, exc. cond.,
$5200. 321-956-1347
See photo online at www.
Hometown NewsOL. com
AD#23626
HARLEY SPORTSTER,
'02, 1200cc, 16K miles,
bik, many custom options,
good cond., runs exc,,
$4000/obo. 321-720-6308
HONDA 2001 Rebel
250CC. Blue 8.7K.
Windshield and saddle
bags. $1800
772-664-4364
HONDA VTX 1300S,
2006, shield, light kit, sis-
sy bar & bags, 274 miles,
$8995 or best offer. Call
321-728-0024. See www.
Hometown NewsOL.comn
for photo. AD#23623
SUZUKI BOULEVARD
C50, 2006, 850cc, dark
metallic blue & dark grey,
less than 1000 miles,
$5000. 321-412-8004
YAMAHA V-STAR Clas-
sic, '05, like new, very
clean, very low miles, ex-
tras. Asking $6500. 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.


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



FORD EXPLORER XLT
'96 V-8 Leather Int.
White, cold A/C, elec
windows. $3000 obo
772-321-0960
MITSUBISHI MONTERO
'95, Dark green. 163K
miles, SUV, strong relia-
ble engine. Call for details
$2400 OBO Suntree Area
321-775-6942
TOYOTA 4 Runner, 01'.
58k mi, good cond. au-
tomatic, v6, a/c, tow pkg,
cd player, new tires
$12,000 or best offer.
772-589-4858


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.
23'8" FOUR WING, 1986,
blue, aluminum trailer, no
motor, $695. Please call
321-725-0000


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FORD WINDSTAR, '95
wheelchair lift, needs
new motor soon,
141,000 miles, $1000/obo
321-254-5178
FORD XL150 Extra Cab,
'95, 5 speed, 6 cylinder,
ice cold AC, $2795.
Please call 321-255-7538
GMC SAVANA VAN:
2002, 5.0L, AT, A/C, P/S,
White, 108,000 miles,
$7150. Well Maintained
Fair cond. 772-559-8590
GMC SIERRA '00 regu-
lar cab pickup, cruise,
automatic, air, tool box,
bed rails, pads. $5,000 or
best offer. 321-383-2696
SCISSORLIFT BOX truck
F600, '89, lifts 22', Allison
auto, 38K, -Al, looks/runs
great, $4900/obo. 407-
957-2244 / 321-624-5219


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


5'X8'WORKSPORT/
PACE utility trailer, like
new, used once, full size
spare. MUST SELL!
$1495. 321-452-4954
CAR HAULER, aluminum
frame, tandem axles, new
tires, 10" wheels, heavy
duty ramps, $995. Call
321-631-9364 / 536-0422
UTILITY TRAILER, BR
TL, 6'Wxl2'L, model
AG612, like new, used
once to move, $790.
321-536-9259




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


KEY LARGO, 16.5', '03,
center console, T-top,
50hp Yamaha w/trailer &
more! Like new! $6000.
321-506-2492
MAXUM 1900SR, '98,
seats 7-9, less than 25
hours, life jackets, depth
finder& more! $8500 obo.
321-745-2237 after 5pm
MAXUM 2300 SC Cabin
Cruiser, '95, 5.7L Mer-
cruiser,250hp,single drive
many extras,low hrs., kept
inside, exc. cond., $10K.
321-254-7614 after 5pm
PONTOON BOAT 2001
22ft Bennington,50hp Ya-
maha 0/B,live well, depth
finder, complete canvas,
exc. cond. w/ '01 trailer,
ready to launch $10k/neg
illness sale.321-956-6250
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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I sold 2 jet skis through
the Hometown News!
Thank you! L.M. (Melb.)

SOLD!!!III
I sold my boat with my
Hometown News ad!
Thank you! S.D.
Palm Bay


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