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Your Local News & Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com FRIDAY, August 24, 2007


West Melbourne leader fetes first year


City manager faced many unexpected
challenges, opportunities on the job


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer

WEST MELBOURNE In the
past year, David Reynal has worn
enough hats to fill a haberdash-
ery.
The job of managing a growing
city of more than 15,000 residents
and overseeing an annual budget
exceeding $35 million requires a


serious multi-tasker.
"It's been challenging but really
enjoyable," said Mr. Reynal. "I've
had to learn Florida policies and
procedures that were new to me.
I'm still in a learning mode."
As the former manager of Front
Royal, Va., Mr. Reynal anticipated
many of his duties but some
would have been new to any city
manager.


Within days of assuming his
role at West Melbourne's helm,
Mr. Reynal and his staff were
entangled in annexation and
water service negotiations with
the city of Melbourne.
Some of the issues between the
two cities spawned from a newly
enacted Florida law allowing
cities to annex land not contigu-
ous with their own.
Once the state legislature
approved ES. Chapter 171 Part II,
Melbourne and West Melbourne
eyed some of the same properties


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The Hype
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downfall of Reality
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Index
Business AS
Calendar All
Classified B 11
Crossword B10
Dining & Entertainment .... BI
Horoscopes Bl
Out & About B3
Police Report ........................ A5
Sports B7
Travel A12
Viewpoint A6


Kaiflin Norton/staff photographer
Austin Trapini, 14, Jarrett Henkel, 11, Maria Troisi, 13, Tommy Curtin, 12, Amanda Davis, 12, and
Luke Redito, 12, participated in boat building at Camp Dream Builders, a civil engineering day
camp at Florida Institute of Technology. The campers were given a 10-foot-by-10-foot piece of
plastic sheeting, two rolls of duct tape and two pieces of cardboard from which they built a boat


for potential annexation.
'Allowing leap-frogging annex-
ation doesn't make sense, but the
state allows it," said Mr. Reynal.
"It contradicts good planning.
Compact and contiguous (plan-
ning and annexation) makes
sense."
The new rule was a sharp
departure from Virginia's stricter
annexation rules, said Mr. Reynal.
In addition to complex and
time-consuming border negotia-


I See REYNAL, A3


Business



incubator



gets official



opening

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Even for those with an entre-
preneurial spirit, starting a new company can be
risky business at best.
Local leaders recently inspected a new facility
near Melbourne International Airport that will
help nurture fledgling enterprises until they can
survive on their own.
More than 200 people visited the Technological
Research and Development Authority Business
Innovation Center during a ribbon-cutting cere-
monyAug. 16.
"Many companies have a tough time in their
early stages," said Chester Straub, TRDA executive
director.
In addition to a state-of-the-art facility, TRDA
tenants will receive professional business men-
toring, access to legal, accounting, sales, market-
ing and financial consultants.
Tenants will share on-site administrative servic-
es, conference and break rooms and an auditori-
um.
The first four businesses to be selected by TRDA
are Adapt 4, Audigence, ColorSculpt and Sea-
Watch.
) See TRDA, A2


Local woman runs for gold, silver or copper


First-time
marathoner
raising funds for
cancer research
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE After
two of her friends' children
were diagnosed with
leukemia, Flo Barnett
decided to do something
to help.
Several days later, the
answer arrived in mailbox.
"I got a brochure in the
mail from the Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society's Team
in Training program," said
Ms. Barnett. "I decided, I
can do this."
"Team in Training is the
world's largest endurance
sports training program,"
said Andrea Giangrosso,


Team in Training Cam-
paign coordinator.
Participants compete in
marathons, half-
marathons, 100-mile bike
rides and triathlons to
help raise money for blood
cancer research, said Ms.
Giangrosso.
"Since TNT's inception,
(more than) 320,000 par-
ticipants have raised
(more than) $750 million
to fight leukemia, lym-
phoma, myeloma and
Hodgkin's disease," she
said.
The fundraising bug bit
Mrs. Barnett when she
learned that a friend's 4-
year-old daughter had
leukemia.
"I learned that research
for leukemia (provides) a
window to all other can-
cers," said Ms. Barnett.
I See LEUKEMIA, A2


Melbourne resident
Flo Barnett trains to run
in the Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society's
Nike Marathon in San
Francisco. Ms. Barnett is
hoping to raise $10,000
for cancer research.














Photo courtesy of
Flo Barnett


Commissioners to vote on new budget in September


BY TONY TUDNICH
Staff writer
The Brevard County Commission plans to
vote Sept. 18 on whether to give final approval
to the county's fiscal 2008 tax rate and budget.
Commissioners have conducted several
budget workshops and will have a budget
hearing at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4. The 2008
budget year starts Oct. 1.
Commissioners have given initial approval
to a tax rate of $5.45 per $1,000 of a home's
assessed value.
The proposed rate would be a 9.81 percent
reduction from the rollback rate, which is the
rate that would provide the same amount of


tax revenue as the current year, minus new
construction.
County officials said the 9.81 percent reduc-
tion exceeds the 9 percent decrease that state
officials are requiring to provide tax relief to
homeowners. The county's proposed decrease
could involve more than $12 million in cuts to
county programs and the elimination of more
than 80 jobs.
"This budget proposal, in substance and for-
mat, is significantly changed from previous
fiscal years and is the first step in Brevard
County's journey of reinvention," county
manager Peggy Busacca said in a letter
attached to the proposed budget.
On average, property owners in the unincor-


porated area of the county would see a $5.39
decrease on the ad valorem portion of their
county tax bill, according to the proposed
budget.
That decrease applies to a single-family resi-
dence with a 2006 median taxable value of
$95,980 and a 3 percent increase in value.
The county's proposed operating and capital
budget totals $1.2 billion, which is 1.1 percent
less than the existing budget.
In the next phase of the state's property tax
reform, the existing Save Our Homes tax caps
could gradually be replaced with a "super
homestead exemption."


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TDRA


From page Al
The diverse group of up-
starts are seeking to carve
their market niche in fields
ranging from radio com-
munications, cochlear
implants, three-dimen-
sional sculptures and an
on-line monitoring sys-
tem for marine vessels.
"Our country's ability to
innovate is our only sus-
tainable form of econom-
ic development," said
Sandy Daruah, U.S.
Department of Com-
merce assistant secretary.
"That's what TRDA is all


about."
Florida companies are
selling services to 222
countries throughout the
world, underscoring the
state's role in the global
marketplace, Mr. Daruah
said.
Efforts on the national
level to increase the Unit-
ed States' share of world
consumers are ongoing,
he said, citing a three-
fold increase of ratified
Free Trade Agreements
with foreign nations dur-
ing the Bush administra-


tion.
"A growing national
economy allows a region-
al economy like this to
grow," said Mr. Daruah.
"You can't have one with-
out the other."
Among the event's
attendees were some of
Brevard's most well-
known names: State Sen.
Mike Haridopolos, R-Mel-
bourne; State Rep. Thad
Altman, R- Melbourne;
Melbourne Airport
Authority executive direc-
tor Richard Ennis; Florida


Institute of Technology
president Anthony
Catanese; Brevard Public
Schools superintendent
Richard DiPatri; Mel-
bourne city manager Jack
Schluckebier; Melbourne
City Council member
Kathy Meehan and West
Melbourne City Council
member Charles Settgast.
Many of the attendees
were past or present sup-
porters of TRDA's efforts.
The Office of Florida
Tech Consulting depart-
ment is a support pro-


gram tenant in the Busi-
ness Innovation Center.
As a private university,
Florida Tech's faculty
members can work on
private-sector projects
without a cumbersome
contracting process often
seen in state universities,
Mr. Catanese said.
"Maybe this facility will
help us attract some more
venture capital into the
area," said Mr. Catanese.
"We at Florida Tech
would like to help."
Mr. Straub thanked the
many partners who made
the business incubator
possible, including feder-
al, state and local govern-


ment agencies, Florida
Tech and NASA.
"A facility like this
would not be possible
without the broad-based
support of all of you," he
said.
The tenants of the $5.4
million, 30,000-square-
foot facility hope to
attract more than 100
jobs to the area during
the next three years.
For information, visit
www.trda.org.
Contact Gretchen
Sauerman at (321) 751-
5961 or e-mail her at
sauerman @hometown-
newsol.com.


Leukemia
From page Al


A single mother of three
boys, Ms. Barnett felt a
personal connection to
parents of leukemia
patients.
"It's so scary," said Ms.
Barnett. "Sometimes you
don't even recognize the
children after they've
undergone (treatment for
cancer).
Prior to signing up for
the Team in Training pro-
gram, Ms. Barnett would
not have described herself
as an athlete.
Since last May, however,
she has been running with
a group of roughly 10
other team members, and
has been riding her bike to
work most mornings.
She plans to run in the
26.2-mile Nike Marathon
for Women in San Francis-
co Oct. 21.
Not only is Ms. Barnett a
first-time marathoner, she
is also a first-time
fundraiser.
"I need to raise $3,900


for the cause, but I'd like to
hit at least $10,000," said
Ms. Barnett. "I'm open to
any creative fundraising
ideas."
So far, Ms. Barnett has
conducted a bake sale at
her office, and plans to
have fundraisers at her
local Moose Lodge and
CiCi's Pizza.
To date, she has raised
more than $1,300.
Since signing on with
the Team in Training pro-
gram, Ms. Barnett's days
are full. When she's not
working, fundraising or
caring for her three boys,
she's training for the
marathon.
"My two older boys
(Christian, 13, and Billy,
14) run with me some-
times," she said. "They
want to run in the
marathon with me, but
they have to wait until
they are 16. I told them we
could do it together in a
couple of years."


Her youngest son,
Zachary, 12, is also an
enthusiastic supporter.
Ms. Barnett has created
a Web site to provide con-
tributors with an easy way
to make their tax-
deductible donation.
"As they told me when I
signed up, 'Running is
hard. Training is hard. Try
Chemo,'" said Ms. Barnett.
To donate, visit
www.active, com/donate/tn
tcfl/fight4acure.
Ms. Barnett asks anyone
with fundraising ideas to
contact her at
fighting4acure@yahoo. co
m.
To sign on as a Team in
Training participant, call
(800) 785-0733 or visit
www. teamintraining.org/c
flm.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


Budget
From page Al


Under the proposal,
homesteaded properties
would receive an exemp-
tion of 75 percent of the
first $200,000 of market
value and 15 percent
would be exempted for the
next $300,000 of market
value.
Homes valued at more
than $500,000 would
receive a 3 percent exemp-


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tion on the remaining
value.
Homeowners would
choose between the new
exemptions and the exist-
ing Save, Our Homes
assessment caps until they
sell their homes. The super
homestead exemption
would not take effect
unless voters approve it
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presidential preference
primary election.
Commissioners say more
budget cuts would be in
store if the super home-
stead exemption takes
effect.
"(But) we don't know
what the future will bring,"
commission chairwoman
Jackie Colon' said' at the
Aug. 16 budget workshop.
Contact Tony Judnich at
(321) 751-5954 or Jud-
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West Melbourne city manager David Reynal, center, discusses city business with some of the city's more recent hires:
public works director Janice Szuflita, community development director Christie Fisher and management services coordi-
nator Dan Weimer.


Reynal
From page Al
tions with Melbourne, Mr. Reynal
addressed growing pains within his
current boundaries.
Recent rapid growth in West Mel-
bourne resulted in heavy traffic on
the city's major roadways. Some
roads needed widening, others
needed new intersections and still
others needed to be completed to
connect travelers to other thorough-
fares.
Because Florida Avenue is a block
short of connecting to Hollywood
Boulevard, drivers are forced to find
alternative routes when traveling
east and west.
Some of those drivers were cutting
through the Oak Grove subdivision
to save time. When council members
first voted to barricade, then re-open
one entrance to Oak Grove used by
shortcut seekers, the Florida Avenue
problem became a regular topic on
City Council agendas.
While addressing planning and
permitting issues related to the Flori-
da Avenue extension, Mr. Reynal and
his staff were forced to redirect their
energies when two emergency situa-
tions arose.
Residents in an older neighbor-
hood along Hollywood Boulevard
had rust-colored water when they
turned on their taps. The.-water was
ruining laundry and required resi-
dents touse bottled water for cook-

Mr. Reynal and the city's engineer-
ing staff worked quickly to replace


water pipes along several blocks of
Hollywood Boulevard to alleviate the
problem.
Last spring, a major water pipe
buckled beneath Dairy Road, forcing
a lengthy closure along one of the
city's busiest roadways.
"I will never forget (that day)," said
council member John D'Amico. "Mr.
Reynal was on the spot, directing
police, public works and communi-
cating with the county to repair the
road. To me, he showed his leader-
ship skills that day."
Like Mr. Reynal, Mr. D'Amico was
also a newcomer to the city's govern-
ment. He was sworn in less than a
month before Mr. Reynal.
Mr. D'Amico found the new expe-
rience challenging as well.
"It (has been) interesting, frustrat-
ing at times, but I enjoy serving the
city," said Mr. D'Amico.
Mr. Reynal has been instrumental
in bringing other new faces to city
hall.
Key hires include community
development director Christie Fish-
er, management services coordina-
tor Dan Weimer and public works
director Janice Szuflita.
"Getting good staff on board has
been important," said Mr. Reynal.
"Credit goes to the council for
approving changes in our pay plan
(to attract good candidates)."
While most of the hard work for
*the 2006-07 budget was completed,
'before Mr. Reynal joined the city,
this year, he's,playing a more active
role..,.1 .. ,,' ; V,, .., '.
"Our first priority is to maintain
our financial position," said Mr. Rey-


nal. "With the first part of state tax
reform, we dodged a bullet and in
January, we estimate the impact
appears to be less than $300,000."
He added that the city will be mak-
ing plans to reserve funds and con-
tinue to improve utilities and infra-
structure during this year's
budgeting process.
In his role as city manager, Mr.
Reynal answers to seven City Council
members a role he takes in stride.
"My philosophy is that it's (the
council's) community," said Mr. Rey-
nal. "It's not my money. I'm an
employee."
While he often advises the council
on issues, he recognizes their right
to choose another path.
"I will make recommendations to
(the council), but if they decide to go
180 degrees in the other direction,
that's their right," he said.
Mr. Reynal also receives many
requests and reports from the city's
residents in his daily work. He hopes
residents will take an active role in
some of this year's projects.
As the city goes through a vision-
ing process, residents will have the
opportunity to tell leaders what they
want the city to look like, he said.
Also, a newly formed committee
will review the city's ordinances and
regulations, looking for outdated
rules to revise.
E-mail your comments and ideas
to the city at comments@westmel-
bourni.org or call 1321) 727-7700.

SCntact Gretchen Sauerman at-
(321) 751-5961 or e-mail her at
sauerman@hometownnewsol.com.


WEEK IN

REVIEW

ACT scores decrease slightly
from prior year

Brevard Public Schools' American College Test com-
posite score decreased slightly in 2007, down .2 from
the prior year's score of 21.4.
This year, 2,166 students took the nationally stan-
dardized assessment compared to 1,717 students
who took it last year.
"We are disappointed in the ACT results this year,"
BPS superintendent Richard DiPatri said in a state-
ment. "The number of students taking the test
increased significantly, and this may account for
some of the decrease, but the trend is not a good one.
This is the second consecutive year in which we had a
slight decline."
This year's score was 1.3 points above the state com-
posite score of 19.9.
School district officials said four of Brevard's high
schools showed slight increases in composite scores,
while eight showed a slight decline. The largest gain
was at Melbourne High, up 1.4 in its composite score,
and the largest decline was at Merritt Island High,
down 1.3 points from last year.

Brevard Zoo a 'quality-of-life jewel'

The Brevard Zoo had a total economic impact on
Brevard County of $18.1 million in area sales last year,
according to a study by the nonprofit Economic
Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast.
The economic impact included generating local
income of $4.6 million and supporting approximately
184 jobs, according to the study.
Of the total impact, $13 million was attributed to
spending by out-of-area visitors on lodging, dining,
souvenirs and other purchases in connection with
visits to the zoo, generating $3.4 million in income
and supporting 151 jobs.
Spending of wages paid to zoo employees con-
tributed an additional $2.3 million of the total impact,
generating $500,000 in income and supporting 15
jobs.
Also, $1.9 million of the total impact came from
spending on the zoo's operating expenses, generating
$375,000 in income and supporting 10 jobs.'
Construction expenses tied to the zoo's physical
improvements last year were responsible for the
remaining $825,000, generating $360,000 in income
and supporting eight jobs, according to the study.
Officials said local hotels and restaurants benefited
the most from the zoo's operations, receiving $2.4
million and $1.9 million of the zoo's total impact,
respectively.
"It's no surprise that the Brevard Zoo has a signifi-
cant economic impact on. our community," Lynda
Weatherman, president and chief executive officer of
the EDC, said in a statement. "When the EDC is work-
ing with company officials either to recruit a new
company or to retain and expand an existing compa-
ny having quality of life jewels like the Brevard Zoo
are key to illustrating the positive benefits ofliving on
Florida's Space Coast."
The.2oo opened in lMarch 1994 and officials said it
receives more than 300,000 visitors annually.
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and dime can really add
up.
Leaders from two local
women's nonprofits
learned that lesson first-
hand when Riverside Bank
Brevard County president
Alan Boggs presented the
Women's Center and
Serene Harbor with dona-
tions garnered from fees
from the bank's coin
counting machines.
Each time someone
pours coins into the self-
serve machines, the bank
charges a 5 percent fee to
convert the coins into dol-
lar bills.
One hundred percent of
the proceeds are donated
to charity, said Mr. Boggs.
"We're doing this coun-
tywide," he said. "It just
shows how pennies can
really add up."
Beverly DeMeyer,
branch manager for River-
side Bank's Malabar Road
office, presented a $1,778
check to Melody Keeth,
Serene Harbor executive
director.
"Serene Harbor is very
near and dear to my
heart," said Ms. DeMeyer.
The organization offers
counseling and emer-
gency shelter for victims
of domestic violence.
"It's important that peo-
ple do just a small step
like going to Riverside (to
exchange their coins),"
said Kathy Casey, member
of Serene Harbor's board
of directors. "These peo-
ple don't know how many
people they've helped
with their donation."
Pat Shankle, vice presi-
dent and commercial
lender at the Melbourne


branch of Riverside Bank,
presented a $1,592 check
to Women's Center execu-
tive director Jenny
Gessler.
"We'll probably use this
money to help in our
counseling program," said
Ms. Gessler. "We have
counseling programs for
children who have wit-
nessed abuse."
Most Riverside Bank
locations have installed
the self-serve coin count-
ing machines, Ms. Shankle
said. Each location desig-
nates a specific charity to
receive the funds generat-
ed from the surcharge.
"I've known Jenny
(Gessler) for a while, and I
was impressed with the
way the Women's Center
really helped the commu-
nity," said Ms. Shankle.
The decision to put
machines in the Riverside
Bank locations came last
August, Mr. Boggs said.
"We decided to charge a
lesser fee (than other self-
serve) coin counting
machines and distribute
the funds throughout the
community,"' said Mr.
Boggs.
The program is ongoing,
Mr. Boggs said. Users of
the coin machines do not
have to be Riverside Bank
customers.
"The ultimate goal is to
spread (the money)
around as much as possi-
ble to give as many chari-
ties assistance as possi-
ble," said Ms. DeMeyer.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
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POLICE REPORT


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
Nicole Marie Brooks,
22, of 2688 Trinidad Court,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 10 with battery-
domestic violence and
child abuse.
Ray C. Horskin, 50, of
1310 S. Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 10 with two counts of
selling cocaine and pos-
session of a controlled
substance with intent to
sell.
Gary Leroy Johnson, 34,
of 850 Everglades Ave. S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged
Aug. 10 with uttering a
forged instrument.
Zabdial Phillips, 24, of
2517 Race Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
10 with stalking, battery-
domestic violence and
resisting arrest without
violence.
Rebecca Elizabeth
Sanders, 21, of 1621 S.
Apollo Blvd., Melbourne,
was charged Aug. 10 with
battery-domestic violence.
Matthew Roy Dixon, 20,
of 1907 A1A, No. 202, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
11, with battery-domestic
violence.
Michael Leonard
Smith, 25, address
unknown, was charged
Aug. 11 with possession of
an open container, battery
on a law enforcement offi-
cer, resisting arrest without
violence, criminal mischief
and resisting arrest with-
out violence.
Deon White, 41, of 2457
Sarno Road, Melbourne,
was charged Aug. 11 with
being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Bambi Lynn Bratz, 32,
of 2110 Leewood Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 12 with child abuse.
Marc Frazier, $6, of 665
Ke oo'4 Courti, Satellite
Beach, was charged Aug.


12 with two counts of pos-
session of a controlled
substance, possession of
cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Casey Jermaine
Gowins, 18, of 900 Daytona
Drive, Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 12 with rob-
bery and battery.
Tanya Sue Pollak, 44, of
1009 E. Lincoln Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
12 with battery-domestic
violence.
Duane Eddy Royster,
44, address unknown, was
charged Aug. 12 with
resisting arrest with vio-
lence, trespassing and bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer.
Jimmy Smith, 46,
address unknown, was
charged Aug. 12 with being
a fugitive from justice,
resisting arrest without
violence and obstruction
by disguise.
April Sue Cayer, 19, of
1202 Sand Creek Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 13 with battery-
domestic violence.
Aaron Christopher
Gwinn, 20, of 2425 Golf
Lake Circle, No. 511, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
13 with violation of com-
munity supervision, pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia and on-site violation
of community supervision.
Marcus J. Kouffman,
22, of 311 Ocean Blvd.,
Melbourne Beach, was
charged Aug. 13 with viola-
tion of probation and pos-
session of cocaine.
Theola LaQuinten War-
ren, 28, of 739 E. University
Blvd., No. 46, Melbourne,
was charged Aug. 13 with
possession of cocaine,
possession of drug para-
phernalia and being a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
James Boring, 49, of
1020 Hidden Harbour
Drive, Unit H2, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
14 with two counts of bat-
tery-domestic violence
and battery.
Andrew Forlenza, 22, of
3051 Collegewood Drvie,
No. 624- Melbourne, was


charged Aug. 14 with two
counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia, culti-
vating a controlled sub-
stance, attempting, solicit-
ing or conspiring to
commit a crime and pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
Jason Laramore, 25, of
2245 N. Smathers Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 14 with grand theft.
William Serfini, 29, of
1900 Post Road, No. 266,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 14 with battery-
domestic violence.
James Harlen Hopkins,
21, of 520 N. Wickham
Road, No. 137, Melbourne,
was charged Aug. 15 with
battery- domestic violence.
Roderick L. Thayer, 27,
of 119 Nelson Ave., Unit B,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 15 with aggravated
assault.
Herbert Hayes Bray-
nard, 43, of 1825 Palm Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 16 with 38 counts of
sexual battery.
Keith Anthony Cun-
ningham, 52, of 2880 N.
Wickham Road, No. 1102,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 16 with battery-
domestic violence.
Anthony Antoine Nel-
son, 24, of 2221 Hampton
Greens Blvd., No. 103, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
16 with possession of
cocaine, tampering with
evidence, possession of
drug paraphernalia and
on-site violation of proba-
tion.
Troy Ditanian Veve, 28,
of 590 Malabar Road S.W,
No. 206, Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 16 with being
a habitual traffic offender,
possession of cocaine,
possession of drug para-
phernalia, possession of a
controlled substance and
on-site violation of proba-
tion.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Anthony Lee Khan, 22,
address unknown, was
charged Aug. 10 with rob-
bery-home invasion,
grand theft and possession


of a concealed weapon by
a convicted felon.
Andrea Lynn Janosek,
41, address unknown, was
charged Aug. 14 with
obstruction by disguise.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Tony Lenard Carver, 21,
of 625 Tucker St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
10 with violation of parole.
Anthony Tyrone Hart,
26, of 766 Iroquois Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 10 with violation of
probation.
Redrick L. Hill, 24, of
731 E. University Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 10 with fleeing or
attempting to elude a
police officer, resisting
arrest without violence,
driving while license sus-
pended, possession of
cannabis, felony failure to
appear, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
possession of cocaine and
selling cocaine.
Wesley Thomas
McCormick, 21, of 8505
Sylvan Drive, West Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
10 with possession of
cocaine and keeping,
maintaining a store, shop,
warehouse, dwelling,
building, vehicle, boat, air-
craft or other structure or
place which is used by per-
sons using controlled sub-
stances.
Stephanie Rose
McGeary, 24, of 2780 Ohio
St., West Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 10 with two
counts of violation of pro-
bation.
Reginal Milbry, 36, of
2020 Colbert Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
10 with violation of proba-
tion.
Susan Carrol Moore, 56,
of 2028 Stewart Road, No.
5, Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 10 with felony failure
to appear, grand theft auto
and violation of probation.
Anthony Joseph Moy-
selo, 18, of 1113 Hill,St.,
Palm Bay, was charged
Aug. 10 with felony failure
to appear and violation of
probation.


Trevina L. Crawford, 27,
of 1492 Arthur Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
10 with aggravated bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Mark Thomas Trow-
bridge, 37, 3214 Jackson
Ave., Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 11 with grand
theft auto and grand theft.
Robert Eugene Whiting,
34, address unknown, was
charged Aug. 11 with
resisting arrest without
violence, five counts of
burglary and grand theft
auto.
Christopher Arellano,
26, of 2009 Syracuse Court
N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 12 with mis-
demeanor failure to
appear and felony failure
to appear.
Sandra Carol Yang, 40,
of 1264 Karlovy Ave. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged
Aug. 12 with battery-
domestic violence.
David Duncan Camp-
bell, 20, of 2222 Washing-
ton St. N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 13 with
felony failure to appear.
Joseph George Guc-
cione, 20, of 3535 Harlock
Road, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 13 with com-
mitting lewd and lascivi-
ous acts on a child.
Quinton J. Byrd, 19, of
3803 Monroe St., Mel-
bourne., was charged Aug.
14 with failure to appear-
traffic, selling cocaine and
possession of cocaine.
Edmund R. Cochrane,
27, of 3082 Bailey Terrace,
Palm Bay, was charged
Aug. 14 with conspiring to
traffic in drugs.
Justin Lee Duncan, 24,
of 1714 S. Pine St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug;.
'14 Yflth violation of proba-
tion.
Jason J. Knepley, 27, of
2300 Harbor' City Blvd.,


Melbourine, was charged
Aug. 14 with violation of
probation.
* 'Jesse Joe Wasden, 20, of
398 Abello Road, Palm Bay,
was charged Aug. 14 with
burglary and grand theft.
Thomas Vincent Bailey,
21, of 2090 Belmont Way,
West Melbourne,. was
charged Aug. 15 with two
counts of violation of com-
munity control.
Kenneth Rewis Batten,
49, of 2600 Pineapple Ave.,
Unit A9, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 15 with viola-
tion of probation.
Kristina M. Bomia, 22,
of 1710 Anchorage Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 15 with battery-
domestic violence.
Johnny Louis Brown,
55, of 1067 Tuskegee St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 15 with felony failure
to appear.
Vivian Cruz, 28, of 310
Tatum -Road S.W., Palm
Bay, was charged Aug. 15
with criminal use of a per-
sonal identification.
Derrick Jamal Flowers,
22, of 426 Santa Martia St.
S.W, Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 15 with four
counts of violation of pro-
bation.
Clayton Edward Lick,
20, of 3135 Adrian Drive
N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 15 with pos-
session of cocaine, posses-
sion of cannabis and two
counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Nicholas Edmund
Manjarres, 18, of 3341
Lakeview Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
15 with possession of
cannabis with intent to
sell, four counts of posses-
sion of cannabis and two
counts of possession of

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Rants


Got something to say?

Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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


History provides facts, not emotion

This is in regard to statements a ranter made (in
"Republicans should deport themselves") that just show
that he or she does not know much about the history of
our country.
We had no major debt before our great Democratic
president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, started a very
expensive program called Social Security. He also got us
into World War II, which was not a cheap war in men or
money.
Both parties can lay claim to the start of a war and both
can claim increasing national debt.
To accuse any party of sending any of our citizens to
die for some cause not designated for the safety or the
benefit of this country is just plain stupid.
If the ranter knew all the facts, perhaps his opinion
might be different.
The ranter needs less emotions, an open mind and the
facts.


Appeasement won't work in Gulf

To the ranter who asked "Who are the winners in this
war?"
The liberated Iraqis and us are, that's who.
Did you forget about how Saddam Hussein ran his
country with a kill-all-who-oppose-him policy?
Did you forget (he used) mustard gas on his own coun-
trymen and women?
I guess it does not matter to you because it's not hap-
pening to you.
If we (had) that policy in the 1940s, we would be speak-
ing German now.
The policy you liberals seem to love (doesn't) work, or
did you forget Sept. 11?
When (President) Clinton was in office (and when I was
in the military), how many times were we attacked as a
nation?
Two bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa, the first
bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993, the bombing
of Kobar Towers (where I lost several friends), and the
bombing of the USS Cole.
Our only response was (non-response) and three $1
million missiles shot into a empty desert and warehouse.
If you liberals would have left the military alone during
the first Gulf War, we wouldn't be there now, and I highly
doubt we (would) have had as much trouble with terror-
ists as we do now.
Your liberal policies didn't work then, so what makes
you think they'll work now?
Maybe we do need a third term for Bush, because we
surely don't need one for a Clinton.
Do all of us real Americans a favor, deport yourselves
and move to France.
Editor's note: According to www.wikipedia.com, the
Persian Gulf War began in Jan. 17, 1991, and ended 100
hours later when President (George H. W.) Bush declared,a
cease-fire. .
"There was some criticism of the Bush administration
for its decision to allow Saddam Hussein to remain in
power, rather than pushing on to capture Baghdad and
overthrowing his government. In their co-written 1998
book, 'A World Transformed, "Bush and Brent Scowcroft
argued that such a course would have fractured the
alliance and would have had many unnecessary political
and human costs associated with it."

U.S. simply can't afford illegal immigrants

(In response to), "Let us welcome the newcomers as we
have done before," let me state that the immigrants (our
ancestors) came into this country legally, were required
to obtain a job, pay taxes, and learn our language.
Our country was young then and the influx was not a
financial drain on our system.
Today's immigrants are not required to abide by any of
these requirements. As a point of fact, I offer the follow-
ing which is re-printed from www.immigrationcoun-
ters.com.
Number of illegal aliens in the country: 20,807,645.
Money wired to Mexico City since January 2006:
$22,213,001,672
Cost of Social Security services for illegal aliens since
1996: $397,4580,739,563.
Number of children of illegal aliens in public schools:
3,958,789.
Cost of illegal aliens in K-12 since 1996:
$13,965,063,431.
Number of illegal aliens incarcerated: 332,594.
Cost of incarcerations since 2001: $1,398,127,429.
Number of illegal alien fugitives: 642,799.
Skilled jobs taken by illegal aliens: 9,872,838.
(Pay) particular attention to Items 2,3,5 and 7 (which)
reflect billions not millions of dollars and Item 3 exceeds


one-third of a trillion dollars.
Now that you have ingested that bit of information, I
want to hear how much crying you do when the country
runs out of Social Security money.
That's not all. The state and the hospitals are going
broke trying to handle this influx.
Don't get me wrong. If each individual wants to stand in
line and wait their turn to become legal citizens of this
great country, I don't have a problem.
Get a job, pay takes, buy health insurance, etc., just like
the rest of us.
Don't enter this country illegally and expect us to carry
you with free health care, food stamps, and no taxes.
No, wonder everyone is flocking to this country: The
legal citizens don't have it that good.

Time to revamp state's lottery

The lottery, as I recall, was started to help the schools,
as well as other public projects.
Our schools are in need of funding. Our roads are some
of the worst in the country.
Has anyone considered how the status of the lottery
might be changed?
The jackpot could be limited to $1 million or a tad
more. If there was no winner on a particular week, the
prize money would be put into a interest earning
account and added to the next week. The remainder
would go directly to the needs of our state.
People would still buy tickets for a chance to win $1
million. (Then) taxes would not have to be increased for
these needs again and again, and several problems
would be paid for and taken care of.
Really, what is the sense of the winnings being $19 mil-
lion?
Also, the cute little spin-offs should be stopped imme-
diately, as should the (expensive) TV advertising.
This is so basic it is frightening to realize that our lead-
ers have not or will not consider it.

Iraq, like drug war, could be endless

Several recent drug busts occurred in nice neighbor-
hoods wherein the residents were in shock.
They had no indication that drug runners were in their
midst. The druggies lived among them, perhaps friendly,
yet were in fact something else.
They turned out to be enemies of the state and of our
society.
No one knows who is running drugs. They do not walk
around with a badge that says "I sell drugs."
It reminds me of the war in Iraq and that of the one in
Vietnam. Our troops, too often, do not or did not know
the enemy.
As aWorld War II veteran who was assigned to the Euro-
pean Theatre, I can tell you, I always knew the enemy.
With very few exceptions, he proudly wore the uniform
of his country.
The insurgents in Iraq are cowardly fighters, (wearing)
no uniforms and often hiding behind women and chil-
dren.
Like the drug war, too often we do not know the
enemy. Even some of the so-called friendly men in Iraq,
trained by Americans to fight the insurgents, turned out
to be the enemy.
Now we are in the position where we could leave Iraq,
giving peace and comfort to the enemy or stay the
course.
Leaving, we lose face with world powers and send the
wrong message.
If we stay the course, we pay the price, perhaps thou-
sands more dead and maimed young American soldiers.
I believe it is time to stop pandering to the leaders in
Iraq. Tell them if they want freedom, they must fight and
make sacrifices for it as we did. I believe we need to give
them a forceful mandate to gradually phase a number of
their troops into action as we phase some of ours out.
We caused this mess due to poor intelligence and poor
planning. While I am not suggesting we do a general pull
out, I do feel we have to get tough with the leaders (and)


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challenge them to demonstrate their true intentions.
Otherwise, like the drug war, this one could go on for
years with no end in sight.

Perfect world doesn't exist,
so war is necessary

This is in response to the lady who shared with us part
of an old song, "I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier."
I was in the service and proud of it. Who do you think
protects her right to write to Rants & Raves?
That song was supposedly written in 1915. Were we
supposed to turn (our backs) on World War I? Go our
(own) way!
People needed us. We responded for our interest as
well as theirs.
Then there was that pesky Hitler guy. Golly, maybe we
should have sat back and just watched it all unfold.
How would you have survived? You sound like a "Quis-
ling."
How sad that you have sullied the memories of our vet-
erans, myself and others, who protect us.
God bless them and their families.
You want a perfect world (with) no war? So do I, but the
world is not perfect.

Feeding children at school necessary

I'm calling about the ranter opposed to free lunches at
school.
My husband was one of the kids whose parents weren't
responsible.
Sometimes schools are the only places that children
can get nutritional meals to eat every day.
Our taxpayers pay the money (for the program). We're
taxpayers, and I don't see a problem at all with the edu-
cational system helping feed children.

Free lunches a blessing for some families

This is in response to the ranter who is opposed to free
lunches at school.
There are some parents out there like (me and) my
husband (who) are really hard working taxpayers. We are
struggling to get by, barely even get by paying our bills or
anything.
We can't get insurance for our kids because (no one)
we work for has insurance. So we got Medicaid for our
kids, so they can get medical (care) if need be.
We are always told to go for food stamps, but we can't
get them. So the schools having free lunch is a blessing
to us. It does help some people who really do need it.

Thanks go out to Palm Bay police

This is from the people of northeast Palm Bay, Port
Malabar: We'd like to thank the Palm Bay Drug Enforce-
ment Teams for the bust they made Aug. 2.
What a wonderful group we have despite the leader-
ship we have in the city of Palm Bay.
Our police officers are doing a wonderful job.
(Also) with the bridge collapse, wouldn't it be more
important to bring our men and women home from
Iraq?
Stop spending the money over there and use that
money to keep our country and our bridges safe.

Governor's greenhouse orders
could prove costly

On July 13, Gov. Crist issued three executive orders (07-
126, 07-127 and 07-128) all relating to reducing green-
house gas emissions within Florida.
Executive orders are issued by the governor without
any direct involvement by the legislature. Many are mun-
) See RANTS & RAVES, A7


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dane in that they do not directly affect the lives of its citi-
zens.
The executive orders defined above have the potential to
effect the future of Florida's citizens in both a positive and
negative way.
The Florida Administrative Weekly for July 27 shows that
the Department of Environmental Protection is develop-
ing three new rules, which appear to have been a direct
outcome of Gov. Crist's executive orders.
Rule No. 62-285-300 proposes to place a cap on green-
house gases produced by the electric utilities.
Rule No. 62-285-400 proposes to the adopt the California
Motor Vehicle Emission Standards for new vehicles sold in
(this) state.
Rule No. 62-285-420 proposes to adopt rules limiting the
idling of heavy duty long-duration diesel engines.
There are serious costs associated with at least two out of
three of these proposed rules.
Placing a cap on emissions from electric power plants
will require the purchase of new equipment and the addi-
tional costs will sure to be passed down to the consumer.
Implementation of the California emission standards
could result in special blends of gasoline being required
(with an associated increase in costs) and yearly monitor-
ing of the emissions of all cars made after a defined date.
Many of us living here for many years or coming into
Florida from other states will remember the problems
involved with getting one's cars passed through a vehicle
inspection station.
I am not against reducing greenhouse gases but I believe
the legislature and specifically the citizens of Florida
should be given the opportunity to have an open discus-
sion on these items and not have them thrust down our
throats by the current governor

Owners to blame for beach dog ban

I have lived on the beach for (more than) 50 years and I
was here when the leash law for dogs was initiated.
The reason being that people would bring their dogs
down there, and the dogs would do their job on the beach.
The owners would not bury it and would not cover it with
sand, and people would go running down to the beach
barefoot and step in it.
So, I'd like to say the animals are better off at home in the
air conditioning than on the hot beach. So it is really the
owners' fault that dogs can't be down there anymore.

Homosexuals are as moral,
normal as heterosexuals

Keeping it simple, some people are born left-handed,
some right-handed, some ambidextrous.
This cannot be changed.
Some people are born heterosexual, some homosexual
and some bisexual.
This cannot be changed.
Regarding the morality of it all, those who believe in God
need to remember that God made all of us, as we are, and
as such, we are all moral and normal.

Schools should dump FCAT testing

Although the reader's rant regarding Brevard County
schools being "in bad shape" could have been phrased
mbrd i ,*acctirately, the anger and-frustration was well jus-
tified.
The FCAT and many other "standardized" tests like it


(are) hopelessly flawed in at least three ways:
* Many, if not most, of the questions are too difficult
for even the average adult to comprehend.
* Standardized tests assume that all students think and
learn in the same way.
* Each school (is permitted) to retain (ie: leave behind)
students who do not attain the minimum result on their
individual score necessary for grade-level promotion.
This last point is perhaps the most reprehensible. The
practice of retaining, or holding back, students (especially
if the root cause lies with the curriculum, the teacher,
and/or the FCAT) is both primitive and unjust.
The FCAT and its ilk should be dumped so that our
schools can get back to education, and our school
boards can desist in sugar-coating a deplorable, night-
marish situation.

Random act of kindness appreciated

A few days ago, I was walking home from the Depot Cafe
where I had breakfast and played cribbage with friends
and it started pouring down rain. I was instantly soaked.
As I neared my home at Trinity Towers, a large white
pickup truck pulled up in front of me, the window was
rolled down, and a lady stuck an umbrella out and opened
it, and said, "Here, take this."
I was so surprised. I thanked her effusively but told her I
lived right there in the next building and let her keep the
umbrella.
I'm sure she'll pass it on to the next needy person.
Thank you for your random act of kindness.

We should treat all countries as neighbors

Wouldn't it be wonderful if we as a nation could learn to
treat other nations as we would a good neighbor?
Our interference in the affairs of other nations would be
considered very rude in neighbor relations.
This interference causes many more problems that we
are willing to admit.
For example, our invasion of Cuba after the questionable
attack by Spain in the sinking of the (Battleship Maine)
had more to do with our sugar interests that self-defense.
We installed a noxious dictatorship, which eventually
(led) to the success of Castro's forces.
Ours is a history of many such offenses, beginning with
Cuba and continuing in Iraq.
There was the installation of (Anastasio) Somoza in
Nicaragua, the annexation of Puerto Rico, the land grab in
Mexico before our Civil War, the "revolution" in Panama
and, of course, our other far-flung effort in Vietnam.
When I visited Peru, I saw a float that depicted the Statue
of Liberty holding an AK 47 over its head instead of a torch
and crushing the Earth under its foot.
I couldn't help but admit that there was a lot of truth in
that depiction of our foreign policy.
Perhaps it is time to back up and take a look at our neigh-
bors with more respect.

No sympathy for 'house' owner

I have absolutely no sympathy at all for Tony Osias and
the fact he can't sell his house.
The article (Aug. 10 Melbourne edition) says he's trying
to sell his new home. Obviously, he never intended it to be
a home if he built it last year and he is selling it this year. It
is nothing but a house, a piece of property he was looking
to make a little money off of. ,
(Now) he has a problem with the condition of the' neigh-
bor across the street from him. ,.. ,
That place was there long before he got there, it was there
when he got there, it was there while his house was being
built, it's there now and it's probably going to be there long


after he's gone. A7
He knew what he was getting into just the same as if he
bought a house next to an airport.
He's got nobody to blame but himself. 0

Stop catering to Latino immigrants

I was born in 1965 in Miami when the Cuban crime wave
first started to come to the United States.
When they first came, they got on all of our welfare pro-
grams.
They're still doing it for 40 years now. It needs to stop. _
When the counties around me are (more than) 50 per-
cent Latino and they don't speak English, that's not what .
they call diversity. It's what they call destroying the culture W
of the United States, the English-speaking people. o
When I have to pick up a phone and press "1" to decide o
whether or not I am going to speak English or Spanish,
that's wrong.
When we have to pay for every piece of paper to be print- -
ed in English and Spanish, that's wrong. o
English is the language of our country. People need to 3
learn to speak it. 0
The state representatives and our government need to S
cut out the benefits to these Latinos who are coming here z
and destroying our society. M
I am an American, born and raised. My family has been "
here since 1785, and they spoke English ever since they've r-
been here. There was nothing here. No programs. They 8
didn't get food stamps. They didn't get free money to start 5
businesses.
They went and cut down trees to build a house, tilled a
garden and made their own way.
They didn't come over here and live off the backs of the
taxpayer.
Please call your senators, your state representative, the
president, anybody, and tell them it is unacceptable and
we want it to stop now.

Why should schools pay for childcare?

What message are we sending to our teens when the
school district budgets (more than) $8 million for child-
care?
Don't look for childcare in budget documents look for
"enterprise fund" synonyms. (This is) exactly what hap-
pens when students try sex with no risk because they will
be rewarded for bad behavior with special bus service and
childcare to those (who) stay in school.
After graduation what then?
If children ages 10 to 18 were taught the risk for taking.
the gamble, they may think twice.

Go back to Latin America

The destruction of American culture and language is a
conspiracy against the white and black race.
Latinos refuse to integrate, and they will not speak English.
They come over here for free money, free medical care, and
Social Security.
They have plenty of land and plenty of houses in Latin
America.
Now they are destroying the culture by not speaking Eng-
lish.
We need to seek out these people and send them back to
Latin America or whatever country of origin they come from
whether it be China, Japan.
They don't have our interests in mind. All theywant to do is
destroys and take our land. '
Wake up, people, get together and stop the destruction of
our culture. .
If they don't want to speak'English and'they don't want to
do things the American way, they need to go back to Latin
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phernalia and being a
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21, of 325 Sandhurst Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
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FRIDAY, AUG. 24
Viva Las Vegas: Dinner,
dance, 6 p.m., Our Lady of
Grace Church, Parish Hall,
300 Malabar Road., Palm
Bay. Food, live band.
Includes preview of items
for Aug. 25 "Humongous
Auction." Tickets: (321)
725-3066.
Classic Car Cruise-In:
Friday Fest, 6-9 p.m.,
Riverfront Park, Cocoa.
Vendors for crafts, busi-
nesses, food, beverages.
Moonlight Quilters:
6:15 p.m., North Brevard
Library, Titusville Public
Library: 2121 S. Hopkins
Ave. Refreshments. Pro-
gram: Placemat purses.
Linda, (321) 268-8145.

SATURDAY, AUG. 25

Kids Fishing Clinic: 9-
11 a.m., Kelly Park-East,
Merritt Island. Education
program for children and
families. Conservation,
safety, tackle, rigging, fish-
ing and casting tech-
niques. Free. (321) 633-
1874.
Indoor/Outdoor Com-
munity Garage Sale: 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Riverfront Park,
Cocoa.
"Humongous Auction:"
10 a.m., Our Lady of Grace
Church Parish Hall, 300
Malabar Road, Palm Bay.
Item preview: 8-10 a.m.
Items to be auctioned
throughout day. (321) 725-
3066.
Brevard NOW demon-
stration: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m., "peace corner," 1700
W. New Haven, Mel-
bourne. Marks Women's
Equality Day.
Teen Fest 2007: 4-9
p.m., Kiwanis Island Park,
951 Kiwanis Island Park
Road, Merritt Island. Ages
13-17. Skateboarding,
inline skating, basketball,
rock climbing, extreme
sports, inflatable games.
Live entertainment. (321)
455-1380, teenfest@bre-
vardparks.com.
Block party: Celebrates
going back to school. 5-8
p.m., NewVentury Church,
;77 N. Carpenter Road,
Titusville. Hawaiian luau
theme. Waterslides,
bouncers, face painting,
free food and drinks, door
prizes, giveaways. Free.
Sponsor: KidAdventure.
(321) 267-2824.
Casino night: Cocoa
Beach Minutemen Foot-
ball Boosters Club
fundraiser. 7 p.m. to mid-
night, Cocoa Beach Coun-
try Club, 5000 Tom War-
riner Blvd. Adults-only.
Blackjack, roulette, poker,
50/50 raffle. $25 includes
admission, $3,000 in play
money, hors d'oeuvres,
free beer and wine from 7-
8 p.m. Cash bar, 8 p.m. to
midnight. Sara Kaboord at
(321) 783-4001 or Kim
Richard at (321) 783-7952.

SUNDAY, AUG. 26
Born to Be Wild benefit
run: 10 a.m. Fishy's Pub,
2668 Aurora, Melbourne.
$10 a hand, includes food.
Benefits Florida Wildlife
Hospital and Sanctuary.
(321) 254-8843 or Don at
(321) 288-8089.
"Back to School Bash:"
12:30-3:30 p.m., grounds
and adjoining streets, First
United Methodist Church,
206 S. Hopkins Ave.,
Titusville. Fingerprinting,
K-9 demonstration, fire-
fighter demonstration,
pony rides, antique car
display, carnival games,
face painting, food, bever-
ages. (321) 269-7631.


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TUESDAY, AUG. 28
Taste of Titusville: 5-8
p.m., gymnatorium, Bre-
vard Community college,
1311 N. U.S. 1., Titusville.
Sample foods from restau-
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Pre-sale tickets only ($10),
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Seniors dance: 1-4 p.m.,
Palm Bay Community
Center, 1502 Port Malabar
Blvd. Music by Joe Cotti
and Regents. $3. (321) 952-
3443.
Singles and Couples
dance: 7-10 p.m., Com-
mander's Club Lounge,
Holiday Inn Cocoa Beach
Oceanfront, 1300 N.
Atlantic Ave. Line dancing
to ballroom. Music by D.J.
Ritchie. $6. No jeans. (321)
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Just returned from an
Alaska cruise aboard
the Regent Seven Seas
Mariner. What an experi-
ence!
I have been arranging
travel many years and
have heard the good, bad
and the ugly about cruis-
ing.
All I can say is, you have
to experience it for your-
self.
There is so much to talk
about, but I decided to
focus on the ship.
I would consider myself
a seasoned cruiser and
having sailed on many
vessels. I never had a bad
experience. This was my
first luxury cruise, and it
was an entirely different
experience altogether.
Upon arriving at the
pier, the Regent staff was
there to escort passengers.
On board, water or
champagne was offered,
and we were escorted to


the lounge for check in.
The entire process from
bus to our stateroom was
less than 10 minutes. This
was something I was not
used to. There were
virtually no lines.
The vessel accommo-
dates 700 passengers and a
crew of 454.
Every stateroom has a
veranda and very generous
accommodations. The
king-size bed was covered
in white duvet. The linen
was Anchini Italian. I don't
know what the brand was,
but we slept very, very
well.
A stocked refrigerator
and a chilled bottle of
champagne awaited us. As
a matter of fact, all drinks
are complementary on
board. Whether you drink
alcohol or not, it is a very
nice not to have the
constant interruption off
having to sign a check.
By the way, did I men-


PATTY TOPPA
Travel columnist
tion that gratuities are
included in the fare?
It changes the entire feel
of your cruise.
All of the crew is at your
service. Their answer to
most questions is, "yes
madame" (or sir). They go
out of their way to make
sure you are happy and
comfortable and don't
expect anything in return.
The dress code was


country club casual.
For dining, men were
not required to wear
jackets. Everyone seemed
to enjoy this relaxed
atmosphere.
There were two specialty
restaurants: Signatures,
offering French-style
cuisine, and Latitudes,
with an Indochine menu
and waitresses in tradi-
tional attire.
There is no additional
fee for eating at these
restaurants, however,
reservations are required.
I cannot say enough
about the food. The
presentation and service
made the entire experi-
ence unbelievable.
The main restaurant was
the Compass Rose, which
always offered a wide
variety of delectable
dishes.
Of course, you could eat
in your stateroom or on
your veranda. One partic-
ular evening, we decided
to dine on the veranda. We
ordered an entree and a
glass of wine, and were
sent an entire bottle.
Different lounges
offered various entertain-
ment.


The Observation Lounge
was a particular favorite.
People sat and chatted
with each other comfort-
ably while the guitar
player, Frankie Holiday,
played. Later the Mariner
Five, a five-piece orches-
tra, played some dance
favorites.
The evening shows were
well produced and per-
formed. They included a
very entertaining magi-
cian and first-run movies
offered with hot popcorn
in the Constellation
Theater.
I felt as though I was on
a teenage date. It was
different and fun.
Those who decided to
stay aboard while in port
had plenty of activities to
choose from.
Regent is known for its
onboard enrichment
programs, which included
wine tasting, art history
and travel discussions. All
were well informed and
interesting.
If you missed a seminar,
you could catch it later on
your stateroom TV.
The spacious onboard
gym had state-of-the-art
equipment, an


aerobics/yoga/Pilates
room with an adjacent
steam room. All were
connected to the Carita
Spa, which offered a
variety of packages.
How does one compare
this to other mass mar-
kets?
If you have sailed
aboard another line in
balcony staterooms and
think you would like a
mini-suite, you are in the
ballpark of cost.
If you enjoy wine and/or
alcohol when cruising,
you can expect a hefty bill
at the end of your cruise,
even if you only enjoy
bottled water and soda.
Just the small matter of
not having to stop what
you are doing to sign your
name on a check, just for a
soda, is an added benefit.
Do your homework or,
better yet, let your travel
agent help you make your
comparison. It will be
worth it.
Patty Toppa is a travel
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importance of knowing
the signs of stroke and
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Children, adults have to protect themselves from bullies


Y ou know, it's a funny
thing. We adults
think that bullying is
only for the kids, when
there are plenty of adult
bullies out there, as well, "
said the St. Peter's Prep
prefect of discipline, the
Rev. Flagg.
A middle school student,
Brad, and his parents had
been meeting with the
prefect for more than an
hour. They had been
discussing an ongoing
situation with another boy,
Zeke, who had been
bullying Brad.
Brad had gradually told
his story. "It began a little
while ago. At first, it was
just Zeke calling me names
like 'four-eyes geek,' but
then it got worse."
"That makes sense, Brad.
Bullying often begins with
name-calling, and then
can move on to other
things like hitting, making
threats, stealing your
things, and in your case,
posting vicious rumors
about you on the Inter-
net," the Rev. Flagg said as
he took a second glance at
the printout of Zeke's
personal Web page.
As the discussion was
winding down, the Rev.


DOUGLAS PARKER
Doing Just the Right Thing

Flagg tried to put some
closure on the issue.
"There will of course be
consequences for Zeke,
but after that we are going
to try a little peer-media-
tion with some specially-
trained upper school
students to see if we can't
put this problem to rest for
all of us, just the way a
good Christian school
such as ours should."
At that moment, just
outside the office, Zeke felt
his arm being yanked hard
enough to almost wrench
it out of its socket. "Dad,
what are you doing here!"
the astonished boy cried.
"Never mind that now.
We'll talk later, mister,"


hissed Zeke's father, Alfred
Suite, as he pushed his
way by the office secretary
and burst in to the Rev.
Flagg's office. After earlier
bullying his employees,
Ann and Leo, Mr. Suite was
ready to do fierce battle
with the man who had
dared to say anything bad
about his son.
"Flagg, we're going to
talk about this baloney,
and now!"
Doing just the right thing
means supporting your
child's school and always
giving them the benefit of
the doubt before exploring
any other options. Society
has placed a colossal
burden on teachers these
days. Not only do they
have to prepare their
children for grueling, high-
stakes standardized tests,
but also in many cases
they have to accept
teaching the social respon-
sibilities that have been
thrust upon them. The
challenge is awesome, and
yet our teachers do
fabulous jobs, year in and
year out.
There can be no more
simple, yet direct, message
for all parents than this:
Our children are all


starting a new school year.
The blackboards have all
been wiped clean. Your
child's teacher isn't stand-
ing in a classroom to get
rich, she or he is there
because they respect and
love children and want to
make a positive difference
in their lives.
All parents have powerful
allies in their teachers.
When we work with them,
the odds of our child's
success in life skyrocket.
When we assume that the
teachers are always "out to
get" our children, we are
almost certainly pointing
our children down a very,
very problematical trail.
If there are concerns
about a teacher, talk with
the principal. If there are
concerns about the
principal, call the superin-
tendent's office, If that
fails, contact the school
board. There are always
honest and open process-
es to address legitimate
concerns.
Again, there cannot be
any clearer of a message to
do just the right thing for
your children. Support
your teachers!
Brad's father eyed the
other with disdain as he


pushed deeper into his
chair, refusing to get up
and leave.
"This is completely
intolerable, Mr, Suite," said
the Rev. Flagg as he
jumped to his feet, antici-
pating a scuffle between
the two fathers who were
now staring at each other
threateningly.
Mr. Suite went first, "So,
what's the big deal. He put
something funny on the
Net. Who cares? No blood,
no foul."
"Mr. Suite,"'the Rev. Flagg
pleaded before he was cut
off again.
"In my day, we just put
bad things about other
kids in the yearbook. Man,
that was so clued-in," Mr.
Suite said.
As Mr. Suite blathered
on, Brad's father noticed
that Zeke was starting to
become awfully troubled
while listening to his
father. "Mr. Suite..." Brad's
father cried out just before
Zeke ran out of the office
with his father in shouting
pursuit.
"This ain't over, Flagg!"
he barked over his shoul-
der as he chased after his
distraught son.
"No, I am afraid it is not,"
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Business
From page A8


Proctor, president for
Artemis International
Technologies Inc.
The newly elected board
officers are chair, Gail
Schuneman, president of
Palm Bay Community
Hospital; vice chair,
George Mikitarian, presi-
dent of Parrish Medical
Center; and treasurer,
William Taylor, president
of Community Bank of the
South.
The group's role is to
administer workforce
development programs
throughout the county.
For information, call
Joan Van Scyoc, communi-
cations director, at (321)
394-0700 or visit
www.bwdb.org.

Forum hopes to
generate nonprofit
leaders

VIERA Brevard Cultur-
al Alliance and several
community groups are
working to inspire the next
generation of nonprofit
leaders.
The "Emerging Nonprof-
it Leaders Forum: Careers
for Social Change" is
planned 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Aug. 25at the Nyami
Nyami River Lodge at the
Brevard Zoo.
The panel will include
Shellie Williams, executive
direction of the alliance;
Steve Janicki, executive
direct of the King Center
for the Performing Arts;
Keith Winsten, executive
director of the zoo, and
Frank Barger, direct or of
community impact for the
United Way of Brevard.
Each panelist will discuss
his or her career experi-
ences and will answer
questions.
There will be time for
network and refresh-
ments. Students and
young professionals want-
ing to attend should call
(321) 690-6817.

Pesticide training,
exams offered
Aug. 28

PALM BAY The Gener-
al Standards Training and
Private Applicator/Orna-
mental and Turf Review
and Exam will be offered
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 28, at the
Palm Bay Extension Office,
1455 Treeland Ave.
The classes are designed
for licensed professionals.
There is a $35 fee for the
class, or $25 for either the
morning or afternoon ses-
sion.
For information, call
Linda Seals at (321) 952-
4536, Ext. 26.
The program is offered
by Brevard County Agri-
culture and Extension Ser-
vice and the University of


Florida Institute of Food
and Agriculture Sciences.

Young lawyers collect
school supplies

The Young Lawyers Divi-
sion of the Brevard County
Bar Association has
wrapped up its second
annual school supply
drive to benefit children in
foster care.
The group donated
boxes of school supplies,
which included everything
from pencils and rulers to
backpacks and calculators.
In all, the lawyers collect-
ed more than $500 in sup-
plies for the Children's
Home Society.
The YLD is made up of
young and newly admitted
members of the Florida
Bar, but all attorneys in the
county are welcome to
join.

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Drop off donations
at Stein Mart
MELBOURNE Stein
Mart, 4100 N. Wickham
Road, will serve as a drop-
off location for the Candle-
lighters of Brevard Thrift
shop.
Donations may be
dropped off 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Aug. 24-25.
Candlelighters is a non-
profit organization that
offers financial and emo-
tional support to children
with cancer and their fami-
lies.
The thrift shop accepts
all gently used household
items. No clothing or shoes
accepted. Pickup may be
available on large items.
For information, call
(321) 751-4008 or (321)
537-2980.

Hispanic coalition
to honor youths
Five Brevard County His-
panic youths will be hon-
ored at an event hosted by
the Hispanic Advocacy
Coalition at noon Wednes-
day, Aug. 29 at the Brevard
County Government Cen-
ter, 2725 Judge Fran


Jamieson Way, Building C,
Room 129, Viera.
The youths also will par-
ticipate in a panel discus-
sion on what motivates
them to stay in school.
For information, contact
TomAs J. Lares at (321) 604-
1441 or tjlares@gmail.com.

Advisor offers
financial seminar
for women
MELBOURNE Shirlee
Fender, an Edward Jones
financial advisor, will host
an investment club semi-
nar for women.
The seminar will be
offered at 11:30 a.m. and 5:
30 p.m. Thursday begin-
ning Aug. 30 at her office,
4301 N. Wickham Road.
The seminar is designed
for women interested in
learning about investing
matters, building wealth
and building friendships.
The seminar is free, but
reservations are requested.
For information, call
(321) 255-1770.

Free vascular
screenings offered
MELBOURNE MIMA


is planning a vascular
screening event 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Friday, Sept. 7, at the
MIMA office, 1130 S. Hick-
ory St.
The screening is for peo-
ple 55 or older who have
risk factors for vascular
disease such as high blood
pressure, high blood cho-
lesterol, smoking, dia-
betes, obesity, lack of exer-
cise, a family history of
vascular disease or
abdominal aneurysm and
heart disease.
The screening is free.
For an appointment, call
the MIMA Vascular Lab at
(321) 725-4500, Ext. 415.

Sister Run benefits
cancer alliance
MELBOURNE The Sis-
ter Run is scheduled at
7:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8,
at Windover Farms, off
Post Road.
Entry fee is $20, which
benefits the Ovarian Can-
cer Alliance of
Florida/Space Coast.
Registration is at 6:30
a.m.
V i s i t
www.tealribboncfl.com for
a registration form, or call
(321) 784-3772 for infor-


nation.

Cribbage club beings
new season
The Brevard County
Cribbage Club is starting
its second American Crib-
bage Congress-sanctioned
season Sept. 10.
Each week, the club plays
a nine-game tournament
using ACC rules.
Grassroots Club 336, the
Space Coast Peggers, wel-
comes new members.
For information, call Lee
Bailey at (321) 459-5358 or
mike Elkins at (321) 632-
2008.

PFLAG chapter to
meet Aug. 27
The Space Coast chapter
of Parents, Family and
Friends of Lesbians and
Gays will meet,at 6:30 p.m.
Monday, Aug. 27, at Riviera
United Church of Christ,
451 Riviera Drive N.E.,
Palm Bay.
R. Beck, a Florida west
coast resident and author
of "Elements of Recovery,"
will speak after the rap ses-
sion.
The meeting is free.


For information, e-mail
pflg.Melbourne@yaoo.com,
visit www.pflagmel-
bourne.org or call (321)
961-1089.

BCC schedules
history classes
PALM BAY Two Ameri-
can history classes are
being offered at Brevard
Community College, 250
Community College Park-
way.
"Crisis to Disunion: Pre-
lude to Civil War" is sched-
uled 6-9 .m. Tuesday, Aug.
28 to Oct. 2.
"Civil War Turning
Points" will be offered 6-9
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16 to
Nov. 20.
Cost for each class is $99.
To register, call (321) 433-
7500 or visit www.bcc-
trainign.com.

USS Relentless
meets Sept. 10
PALM BAY The USS
Relentless, a chapter of
Starfleet International,
will meet 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 10, at
Franklin T. DeGroodt
Public Library: 6475


Minton Road S.W.
This is an open group-
style meeting for fans of
science fiction and fanta-
sy, not just Trekkers.
For information, call
(321) 952-7187 and leave
a message or e-mail
co@ussrelentless.com.

Get tickets now for
Tastes of Suntree
SUNTREE The Great
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 Brew-
ery 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 Sun-
tree and the Brevard Zoo.
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Hard to believe,
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over.
Today's column will
include veal. In the past, I
have discussed the plight
of baby male cows and
space does not allow
repetition.
It is your choice to use
veal or chicken. Start
dinner with a gourmet
soup and end with an old-
fashioned dessert.
Enjoy. See you next
week.

Ideas and comparisons:
Marsala wine is a bit
pricey and tastes very
much like sherry, which is
cheaper and can be used
in my recipes.

To your health: Pudding
is and always has been fat-
free. It can be made with
any kind of milk, even soy.

Preparing cutlets

Prepare veal cutlets by
scoring (making shallow
criss-cross cuts) the meat
on both sides. Sandwich
cutlets between waxed
paper and pound with a
mallet or any heavy
utensil. Doing this will
break up any tough fibers
and help the cutlets to
keep their shape while
cooking.
NOTE: Veal can be tough
at times because of the
low-fat content. Sprinkle
with a little meat tenderiz-
er before pounding.
To prepare chicken
cutlets, purchase boneless
chicken breasts. Separate
lobes. Now "butterfly" the
breast. Lay the breast on a
cutting board and, holding
your hand on top, carefully
cut the breast in half,
horizontally, cutting to,


not through, the other
side. Slash the seam
carefully with knife to get
it to lie flat. Score and
pound as directed for veal.

VEAL OR CHICKEN
MARSALA (NIB)
Serves two
Low-cholesterol

This recipe is an original.
Marsala wine is difficult
to find and expensive.
Sherry can be substituted
since the flavor is similar.

3/4 pound veal or
chicken cutlet
1/2 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon each, salt
and pepper
Canola oil
1 medium onion,
quartered and thinly
sliced
2 large cloves garlic,
chopped
1/2 pound fresh
mushrooms, sliced
1/2 cup dry Marsala
wine
Several sprigs fresh
Italian parsley, chopped
or 1 tablespoon, dried
1 cup or more, chicken
broth
Juice of 1/2 lemon
Salt and pepper to taste
2 teaspoons cornstarch

Prepare cutlets. Mix
flour with salt and pepper.
Dredge cutlets in flour
mixture. Lightly coat pan
with oil and saute cutlets.
They cook fast. As soon
as they are lightly browned
on each side, they are
done. Remove from pan,
drain on paper towels and
keep warm.
Lightly coat pan with oil
and saut6 onion and
garlic, add mushrooms,
cook slightly.


ARLENE BORG
Romancing the Stove
with the Grammy Guru

Add wine and cook for a
few minutes at a high heat.
Lower heat.
Add lemon juice, parsley,
and half the broth. Mix
remaining broth with
cornstarch, add to pan and
cook until sauce thickens
adding more broth as
needed. Season to taste.
Ladle sauce over cutlets
and serve. Be sure to make
enough sauce to top a side
of angel hair pasta.

FRENCH LEEK AND
POTATO SOUP
Serves six
Regular and low-fat

This is an amazing


cream soup. Make it low
fat; you can't tell the
difference.

3 leeks
2 medium onions,
chopped
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute
4 medium potatoes,
peeled and sliced
5 cups chicken broth,
preferably home made
1 cup heavy cream,
evaporated skim milk,
undiluted or fat-free
half
and half
Salt and white pepper
Chopped chives,
optional

Use the white of the
leeks and a little of the
light green, slice. Saute
onions and leeks in
butter (do not brown).
Add a little water if
necessary and let it
evaporate. Add potatoes
and broth, cook until
vegetables are tender.
Cool slightly and puree in
blender or processor.
Return to pot, add sea-
sonings and cream; heat,
do not boil. Serve hot or
cold and garnish with
chives.
If served cold, add


cream after soup has
chilled.

GRANDMA'S ICE BOX
CAKE
Serves six or more

The original concoction
of graham crackers layered
with chocolate pudding
and topped with whipped
cream was delicious and
high in fat.
We can now have it low
fat by using reduced-fat
graham crackers and skim
milk or evaporated skim
milk undiluted in the
pudding. You can make
any pudding with skim
milk.

1 (4 serving) package
chocolate pudding, cook
and serve, not instant
2 cups milk
Graham crackers,
regular or low-fat
Whipped cream or
canned whipped cream,
regular, low-fat or fat-
free or whipped topping

Prepare pudding accord-
ing to package directions.
The microwave method is
great, no pot to wash.
Place a layer of graham
crackers in an 8- inch


square pan. Top with half
the hot pudding. Place
another layer of crackers
on top and then the rest of
the pudding. Crumble
some crackers on top and
refrigerate until cold.
Cut in squares and serve
with whipped cream.

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

Television

is keeping

it real
A bout with the latest
bug kept me off the
own and riding the
couch all weekend.
Oh the plans I had!
Perhaps the biggest
disappointment was
missing the Howard and
the White Boys show
Sunday, Aug. 19.1 I really
enjoyed my interview with
guitarist Rocco Calipari,
and I was looking forward
to some rockin' blues. If
any readers out there got a
chance to see them, send
me an e-mail with all the
glorious details.
Although I was sick, I did
find a way to entertain
myself: Reality TV
Reality TV has thrived in
the past decade. Accord-
ing to Wikipedia.org, the
genre has existed since the
1940s with "Candid
Camera." Boy, have we
come a long way.
It seems that every
channel has its reality
show, but not too many
seem to deal with actual
reality. anymore.
Even.M Tl's latest "Real
Worrd&Ai Australia, its
17th season, seems in
contrived. It's been a while
since I tuned in to the
"Real World," but I still
remember the first season
in New York. I wonder:
How long can a show go
on without becoming a
parody of itself?
Perhaps the most
fascinating and real
"Reality" TV show I've
seen in a long time is the
"WE" channel's "Bridezil-
las." I'm not sure if this
show falls in line with the
Jerry Springer philosophy
of, "I watch, therefore, I'm
better than these people,"
but I simply cannot tear
myself away from an
episode. These women are
nuts! Each episode seems
to feature a person more
unstable than the last.
If you haven't seen the
show, it features "out of
control" brides going
through wedding plan-
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Shawn Banks on laughs


James Clark/staff photographer
Comedian and Titusville resident Shawn Banks will appear in
two 'Comedy Central' specials this fall.


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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Titusville now can claim a comedy career
as its latest launch, as Shawn Banks reaches
for the stars.
The 31-year-old is making a name for
himself in the world of comedy. What's even
more impressive is that he's only been at if for
three years. "I realized that there
"2007 is really r lze ee
mybreak-out was life after football. I
year," Mr. Banks
said. couldn't make plays on
He's won the field anymore, but I
several compe-
titions and is set could make plays on
to appear on stage. I knew I could
two television a
shows in the make an impact."
fall.
"I was always Shawn Banks,
a clown," Mr. Comedian
Banks said. "I
was the funny guy on the football team."
Mr. Banks grew up in Alton, Ill. and was
awarded a scholarship to play football for
Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona
Beach. After he was sidelined with an injury,
he decided to pursue his master's degree in
business administration.
After his injury healed, Mr. Banks said he
knew it was time to say goodbye to the sport
that was his way of escaping his hometown.
"Where I grew up, it was challenging," he
said. Mr. Banks said he used football to put
himself through college, but he had to
reprioritize when he knew he couldn't return
to football.
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After that, he opened for
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Center for the Performing
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continued to take gigs
throughout Florida and
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perform.
About a year and a half
after opening for Ricky
Smiley, he went to see
Sinbad perform at the
King Center. He tried to get
backstage to introduce
himself to the comedian,
but he didn't have any
luck.
"I didn't have a media kit
or anything," Mr. Banks
recalled. "I was just trying
to fast-talk my way back-
stage. I then told myself
that next time he came
around, I'd get him."
And he did.
In 2007, when Sinbad
came back to Brevard
County, Mr. Banks went to
the King Center, media kit
in hand.
"I was better prepared
this time," he said.
He approached Steve
Janicki, director of the
King Center, and asked
him to give his resume to
Sinbad.
Mr. Banks' resume, by
then, included a first-place
win at the Nestle-Purina
Pet Comedy Challenge. He
also won $1,000 and a trip
to the national contest in
St. Louis, where he missed
first place by 1 /10 of a
point but took home
second and $5,000.
"By then, I had built up a
reputation," Mr. Banks
said. "I was just hoping

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(Mr. Janicki) wouldn't be
the brick wall."
His media kit made its
way to Sinbad, who agreed
to meet with him and
invited him to open his
show.
From there, he's had one
success after another.
He was a finalist in
Comedy Central's 2007
South Beach Comedy
Festival and won a slot as
an East Coast Regional
finalist in Comedy Cen-
tral's Open Mic Fight.
In the fall, he'll appear
on Bill Bellamy's "Who's
got Jokes?" show and
Byron Allen's "Comics
Unleashed."
He's also performed at
well-known comedy
venues in Los Angeles,
including the Laugh
Factory and the Comedy
Store.
"Everything I've gotten,
I've gotten on my own,"
Mr. Banks said. "Nobody's
going to create an oppor-
tunity for you. You have to
create it yourself."
Mr. Banks acknowledges
that he will probably need
a manager soon.
He said he's been
approached by the William
Morris Agency in Miami,
but he's not going to get
his hopes up about it.
For now, he hasn't quit
his day job at Boeing. He's
content to lean on the
people he knows will come
through for him: himself
and his family.
Mr. Banks said he
maintains a close relation-
ship with his mom and
grandmother back in
Illinois.


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entertainment than I
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you'll have to forgive me. I
have been on cold med-
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This weekend
Rock: Victor will
perform at 10 p.m. Friday,
Aug. 24, at the Metro
Entertainment Complex,
3030 W. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 727-
7819.
Folk: Award-winning
singer/songwriter Sharon
Osuna will perform at 6
p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, at
And All That Jazz Cafe,
1641 N. Cocoa Blvd.,
Cocoa. Call (321) 636-
3232.
Rock-a-billy blues: The
Rev. Billy C. Wirtz will
perform at 6 p.m. Friday,


"My mom's online now,
so she's always making
sure I keep it clean and do
the right thing," he joked.
Mr. Banks said he prides
himself on being able to
perform to any type of
crowd and sticks to clean,
family friendly comedy.
"That was one thing that
stood out about Sinband,"
Mr. Banks said. "He had a
90-minute-set, no inter-
mission, and he was able
to keep the audience going
with clean material."
Mr. Banks' act includes a
lot of impersonations,
from Bernie Mack to
Snoop Dog. His favorite
comedians include Earth
Quake, Richard Pryor and
Redd Fox. And, of course,
his mom.
"I got a lot of my humor
from my mom," he said.
"I'm scratching on the.
surface of something
great," Mr. Banks said.
"I'm just going to stay
positive and do the right
thing."
Mr. Banks performs
locally at Bonkers Comedy
Club Daytona, where he is
the house MC.
Brevard County appear-
ances include Thursday,
Sept. 6 at Groucho's
Comedy Club at Gregory's
Steakhouse in Cocoa
Beach and Friday, Sept. 7
at Groucho's Comedy Club
at Makoto's in Melbourne.
For information, visit
www.myspace.com/banks-
funny.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato
at (321) 751-5963 or e-mail
thehype@hometownnew-
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Aug. 24, at the Best West-
ern 5600 N. Atlantic Ave.,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321)
783-7621.
Acoustic: Billy Chap-
man will perform at 5:30
p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, at The
Cove, 1462 A1A, Satellite
Beach. Call (321) 777-2683.
* Soul: The Billy Lee Soul
Revue will perform at 9
p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, at
Lou's Blues, 3191 N. AIA,
Indialantic. Call (321) 779-
2299.
Southern blues: Ernie
Southern will perform at 3
p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at
Earl's Hideaway, 1405
Indian River Drive, Sebast-
ian. Call (772) 589-5700.
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Friday Fest: Cocoa Village
will host its monthly Friday Fest
party from 6-10 p.m. at River-
front Park. This month's theme
is a "Classic Car Cruise-In" and
features activities, vendors,
music with Souled Out and
food.
Musical: Titusville Play-
house presents "Ragtime"
through Sept 1. Show times
are at 8 p.m. Friday and Satur-
day 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.
Wine tasting: Florida Wines
and Spirits, 5410 Murrell Road,
will host a free wine tasting
event from 5-8 p.m. Details:
(321) 504-7588.

SATURDAY, AUG. 25

Broadway musical review:
Temple Israel presents "You
won't succeed on Broadway if
you don't have any Jews" at
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25 at
7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for
those older than 62 and $13 for
children younger than 12.
Details: (321) 631-9494.
Casino night: The Cocoa
Beach Minutemen Football
Boosters Club will host a casino
night from 7 p.m. to midnight a
the Cocoa Beach Country Club,
5000 Tom Warriner Blvd. Fea-
tures an adult-only evening of
blackjack, roulette and poker.
Tickets are $25. Details: (321)
783-7952 or visit www.minute-
menfootball.com.
Summer nights at Brevard
Zoo: Folk singer/songwriter
Chris Kahl will perform at the
Brevard Zoo's Summer Saturday
Nights. The zoo will stay open
until 9 p.m., with last admission
at 8 p.m. Regular admission
prices apply. Other events
include children's activities and
educational talks about zoo ani-
mals. Details: (321) 254-9453.

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Smooth Jazz on the Beach
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the
Crowne Plaza (former Holiday
Inn). Featured performer is The
Groovemasters from Orlando.
Proper dress required. Admis-
sion and valet parking are free.
Details: (321) 951-9310 or visit
www.thegroove.org.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Art exhibit: Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery presents the exhibit
"100 Percent Florida," featuring
local and Florida artists Sept. 1
through Oct. 1. An opening
reception will be from 5:30-8
p.m. Friday, Sept. 7. The gallery
is at 1470 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Details: (321) 259-
8261.

THEATERS

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

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

Art and Antique Studio:
The Art and Antique Studio,
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
days. Open until 8:30 p.m. first
Friday of the month. For infor-
mation, call (321) 253-5553.
Brevard Art Museum:
Located at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Tuesday through Satur-
day, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Admission, which includes
entry to both the museum and
the Children's Science Center,
is $5 for adults, $3 for senior
citizens and $2 for children and
students with identification.
Free for museum members.
Admission is free to the gener-
al public I to 5 p.m. Thursday.
For information, call (321) 242-
0737.
Brevard Museum of Histo-
ry and Science: Located at
2201 Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it is
open Monday through Satur-
day 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sun-


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adults is $5.50, $5 for senior cit-
izens, $3.50 for children 5-16
and $4 for college students.
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ted free. For information, call
(321) 632-1830.
Downstairs Gallery: Locat-
ed at 909 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Admission is free. For
information, call (321) 727-
8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
Located at 1470 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, open 1-5 p.m.
Tuesday to. For information,
call (321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass Design
Studio: Located at 2415 Har-
bor City Blvd., Melbourne.
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day to Saturday. Information:
(321) 725-7005 or www.fore-
manartglass.com.
Kennedy Space Center
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Visitor Complex on NASA Park-
way off State Road 405. Admis-
sion is $37 for adults and $27
for children ages 3 -11. Open 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For informa-
tion, call (321) 452-2121.
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international artists. Hours are
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
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Lives and cultures clash
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and dance in Titusville
Playhouse's "Ragtime,"
which runs through Sept.
1.
In the 1900s, ragtime
music was becoming more
popular. Its offbeat and
erratic melodies perfectly
illustrate the political,
industrial and social
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a Latvian immigrant and
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pulled together by a series
of events.
"Personal stories inter-
sect," said director
Michael Clinkenbeard.
"Some have happy end-
ings; some have honest
endings and some have
tragic endings."
The musical holds a
special place in Mr.
Clinkenbeard's heart. He's
been waiting for the right
time and is up to the
challenge of directing a
cast of 55.
"I've been (nursing) it for
10 years on and off," he
said. "I fell in love with the
music and the set. I knew
when the time came I'd be
ready to do it."
What drew him to
"Ragtime" was its honest
approach and authentic
characters.
"There are no easy
answers," he said. "Some
musicals are like sitcoms
with happy endings, but in
order for it to be honest, it
has to got to dark places."
Mr. Clinkenbeard began
envisioning what it would
take to put on a show like
"Ragtime" in March: But
the large cast posed some
unique challenges.
"Of course, I wondered if
I'd have enough people,
especially with the large
amount of principle roles."
His worries were in vain;
as of the week before
opening he was still
fielding calls from actors.
He was also worried
about the amount of
music in.the production,


which contains more than
20 songs in the first act of
the 2-and-one-half-hour
show.
Musical director Bob
Barone put his fears to
rest.
"We have a wonderful
musical director and (Bob
Barone's) done a mar-
velous job with the
vocals," Mr. Clinkenbeard
said.
Though the plot of
"Ragtime" is a bit complex,
Mr. Clinkenbeard said that
the production is easy to
follow and audiences will
be aware of what each
character is doing as the
play progresses.
Despite the challenges of
a musical of this magni-
tude, Mr. Clinkenbeard
remains confident that
things will continue to run
smoothly.
"We have an incredible
cast, who all get along, and
they are all in love with the
idea," he said. "It's a
unique experience and I
want to the audience to
come in and be swept
away by the story, the
characters and the music."
Showtime is at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, and 2
p.m. Sunday through Sept.
1. Tickets are $14 and $16.
The Titusville Playhouse
is at 301 Julia St.
For information, call
(321) 268-3711.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato
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each artist will create a
work off art in two- or
three-dimensional
media, inspired by a
Middle Eastern weaving
or carpet they choose
from Falasiri's store. The
artists were invited to the
store on July 22 to choose
their inspiration.
The artists now have
until Oct. 1 to complete
their artwork.
The finished pieces will
be displayed at several
venues, including in
Brevard County in early
2008.
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Lou Diamond Phillips stars in the upcoming production of
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ary. 'Camelot' is part of the King Center's 'Broadway in
Brevard' series in celebration of 20 years.



Golden West film


makes its mark


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
It's been a busy four
weeks for Golden West
Films' owners Ray and
Migdalia Etheridge.
The duo began filming
"Dying for Dollars" July 28,
and the project is expect-
ed to wrap up in mid-
Sept eiiber. 1, "
The film is being shot
entirely in Palm Bay in the
Etheridge's garage, where
Mr. Etheridge constructs
the sets for each week's
shoot.
"Dying for Dollars" tells
the story of Benny, a
mentally challenged man
who is caught in the
middle of a dysfunctional
family's quest for money.
Though eight weeks
seems like a short time to
produce a feature film,
the Etheridges aren't
having a problem making
their mark.
"We are 100 percent on
schedule," said Mr.
Etheridge. He said the
film will be edited and
available for purchase on
Amazon.com by the end
of October.
The Etheridges have
produced several films
with their company
Golden West Films and
have been selected to
participate in several film
festivals.
The couple entered one
of their other films, "Bad
Spirits," in the Melbourne
Film Festival and are
waiting to hear whether it
will.be featured in the
2007 festival.
Bill Carter of Satellite
Beach was cast as Dave
Larsen, Benny's step-
brother.
"I've only had one day of
filming so far," Mr. Carter
said. "But it was a very
hard day."
Mr. Carter, who has
more experience working
in theater, said the film
process is a bit challeng-
ing.
For example, the film is
shot out of sequence,
which means that actors
don't really know what
scene they're coming out
of:
They are also only given
their script and dialogue
in bits and pieces in
preparation for upcoming
scenes.
"I'm primarily a stage
actor," Mr. Carter said.
"We get the entire script."
Mr. Carter also said that


'We can work on a
scene for hours that
will only turn out to
be four minutes of
the film"


Bill Carter
Castmember,
Dying for Dollars

the film process moves
much slower than the
theater world.
"We can work on a
scene for hours that will
only turn out to be four
minutes of the film" Mr.
Carter said.
Los Angeles-based actor
Guy D. Wells was cast as
the main character
Benny.
Mr. Wells is originally
from Cincinnati and has
been living in Los Angles
on and off since 1999.
While staying with his
family in Merritt Island,
he saw an advertisement
casting opportunities for
"Dying for Dollars."
"I really wanted to work
again," said Mr. Wells,
who has appeared in the
soap operas "Passions"
and "General Hospital."
Mr. Wells said he
researched the Etheridges
online and contacted
them via e-mail.
"I just told them I'd like
to be involved with what
they were doing," he said.
He originally auditioned
for the part of Vinny,,the
kidnapper.
"I didn't go for Benny
because I thought I was
out of the age range of
what they were looking
for."
Mr. Wells said he didn't
get the part ofVinny
Valpini, but was instead
cast as the TV host, Ryan
Paul. However, one week
before the movie was set to
begin filming, there was a
problem. The actor who
was originally cast as
Benny was not going to be
available.
"Ray asked that if I
would be interested in
playing Benny," Mr. Wells
said. "Of course, I was
happy to."
Mr. Wells said playing
the part of a mentally
challenged man has been
difficult but that he's been
able to tap into past acting


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
The King Center for the
Performing Arts will
celebrate two decades of
entertaining with its 2007-
08 performances.
"Because its our 20th
anniversary, we are pulling
out all the stops for a
fabulous season," said
Nance Burroughs, market-
ing and promotions
director for the King Center.
According to its Web site,
the venue was established
in 1988 as the Brevard
Performing Arts Center. In
1989, the center was
renamed as the Maxwell C.
King Center for the Per-
forming Arts in honor of
former Brevard Community
College president Maxwell
C. King, who was "instru-
mental in making the
cultural arts center a
reality."
In its 20 years, the King
Center has offered top
names in entertainment in
a variety of genres from
musicals to country stars to
comedians.
"We are trying to provide
diversity," Mrs. Burroughs
said.
Perhaps the most antici-
pated portion of the season
will be the "Harris Broad-


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three Broadway produc-
tions, including "Mamma
Mia," "Camelot" and
"Movin' Out."
"The community has
been wanting to see more
Broadway," said Ms.
Burroughs. "(One of the)
most exciting things is that
we will have our full-week
run of 'Mamma Mia.'"
Mrs. Burroughs said the
King Center typically will do
a two- to three-day run of a
production.
"This is the first time the
King Center is presenting a
full-week run," she said.
"Mamma Mia" illbe
offered as a mafinee and an
evening show.
Highlights of the season
include "off-beat" produc-


tions in the Studio Theatre,
a 226-seat venue, including
"Capitol Steps," "Four
Stand-up Dads" and "My
Sister's An Only Child."
"It's a personal and
intimate setting," said Mrs.
Burroughs.
The King Center has also
expanded the Educational


Theater programs for
children, as well as offering
"Family Fun" shows that
offer discounts for children.
Other highlights of the
season include perform-
ances byWynonna Judd,
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members share their
passions for outdoor
hobbies and recreation.
A great blue heron's
wings filling a gap
. between mangroves.
The sleek skin of a
dolphin reflecting sun-
light.
An alligator's snout
protruding from water.
These are works of art to
me.
Sitting in my kayak, I
absorb the summer heat
and think of how Floridi-
ans used to endure life
without airconditioning.
I also ponder how, in
some areas, I can shove off
from a riverbank shrouded
by the unpleasant smell of
decaying muck and then,
several feet deeper, be
surrounded by fish jump-
ing for their food.
Inspired by life farther
from shore, I dip my
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TONY JUDNICH
Paddle power


canvas and enter a world
without engines, clocks
and cell phones.
From my plastic kayak, I
have witnessed wild hogs
drinking at the edge of a
river, cautiously followed a
swimming snake, startled
turtles off partially sub-
merged logs and glimpsed
an osprey flying with a fish
grasped in its toes.
While paddling at the
Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary
on Merritt Island and the
Blue Cypress Water Man-
agement Area in Indian
/


River County, I've also
been able to see unusual,
colorful birds like the
roseate spoonbill, easily
identifiable by its pink
feathers.
On the Indian River
Lagoon, you can often see
brown pelicans some
weighing 10 pounds each -
dive into the water from
more than 50 feet in the air
for a fish dinner. They're
not as pretty as the winter-
ing, adult white pelicans,
but brown pelicans
are native to Florida, reside
here year-round and, in
my opinion, are more
impressive hunters.
Black clouds accompany-
ing what sounds like a
planet-sized bowling ball
rolling down from heaven
occasionally have cut short
my journeys into nature.
While I have a healthy
fear of gators, I am truly
terrified of lightening.
When it threatens to strike
while I'm out on the water,
I put my paddle in fast-
forward mode toward
shore.


But most of the time I
spend kayaking is filled
with pure joy. I'm like a
tourist enjoying a show put
on by various forms of
wildlife. Even insects get in
on the act, sometimes
landing on or falling into
the kayak.
On islands such as the
Thousand Islands of Cocoa
Beach, I'm able to find
treasures that include the
stretching roots of red
mangroves or the bowl-like
remains of horseshoe
crabs.
On the water, however, is
where I feel closer to the
movements and depths of
nature.
At journey's end, I feel
indebted to the birds, fish,
manatees, dolphins,
alligators, turtles and
snakes that endured my
intrusion.
It's their world, after all.
I'm just kayaking in it.
Contact Tony udnich at
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Comber will perform at 1
p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at
the Sandbar, 4301 Ocean
Blvd., Cocoa Beach. Call
(321) 799-2577.
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community with a season
filled with a wide spectrum
of performing arts," said
Steve Janicki, executive
director of the King Center,
in an e-mail.
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Aug. 26, at Cafe6 Flamant,
313 Delannoy Ave.,.
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0505.
Surf sounds: The
Danny Morris Band will
perform at 2 p.m. Sunday,
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The Florida Air Academy Falcons work on defensive drills during an early morning practice last week. FAA takes on MCC
in the Kickoff Classic tonight at Hustler Field on the campus of Melbourne Central Catholic High School. "I think we have
a good chance at finishing first in the district," said head coach Roderick Lawson. Kickoff for tonight's game is set for
7:30 p.m.


Hopes soar for Falcons football


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
Ask FAA head football
coach Roderick Lawson
about moving to a new
classification and district
and you won't have to wait
long for an answer.
"Awesome!" he said. "We
no longer have to worry
about Pahokee."
State Class 2B champs
three out of 'the: last four
years, the Pahokee Blue
Devils are considered one
of the top high school foot-
ball teams in the country.
"The town shuts down
when you go there," Law-
son said during practice
last week. "The trip there is
like going through another
state. Everybody in town is
at the game."
The Falcons will play in
Class A, District 4 in 2007
with local rival Holy Trini-
ty, Father Lopez Academy
of Daytona Beach and
Orlando's First Academy.
The Falcons are coming
off a 4-6 season in 2006,
highlighted by a 34-31 vic-
tory over then-district foe
Melbourne Central
Catholic. FAA plays MCC
tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the
Kickoff Classic; a game
Lawson considers one of
the key contests of the
year.
"We will find out a lot
about ourselves right at
the beginning," he said.
"They have good speed,
and I know they will be
well-coached."
FAA will return 14
starters to this year's team,
the most ever during Law-
son's three-year tenure at
the school.
"We are a well- disci-
plined and experienced
team; especially on the
offensive line," Lawson
said. "I think we have a
good chance at finishing
first in the district."
Among the key players to
watch for the Falcons this
year is 6-foot-3-inch, 190-
pound junior quarterback
Mario Silvera.
Silvera is a straight-A stu-
dent, who, Lawson said, is
ready to lead the team.
"He has good size and
can run well," he said. "He
can control the passing
game and will give us good
balance."
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The Falcons will rely
heavily on the power run-
ning game this season, fea-
turing a pair of returning
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newcomer.
Lawson said he expects
junior Umar Merritt and
senior linebacker/running
back Tony Walding to carry
most of the load out of the
backfield. Freshman J.J.
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playing time at running
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"We believe in our ability
to run the ball," Lawson
said.
Anchored by senior Alex
Grossman and junior
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offensive line is the team's
most experienced unit,
returning all five starters
from a year ago.
Lawson said the 6-foot-
four-inch, 230-pound
Grossman is as solid a col-
lege prospect that has
passed through Florida Air
Academy.
As in the past, the Fal-
cons will play several play-
ers on both sides of the
ball. But, Lawson said
there is one big difference
this year.
"Confidence," he said.
"Last year, guys would wait
for us to get the ball in the
hands of our playmakers
and see what they could
do. This year everybody
believes in themselves that
they can get the job done."
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High school sports

Football
Florida Air Academy at
MCC, 7:30 p.m.

Rowing clinic
The Space Coast Crew
high school rowing team
will have its annual Row for
Free clinic Aug. 27-29 at
Oars and Paddles Park in
Indian Harbour Beach from
5-8 p.m.
SSC also will have a
novice information meet-
ing at West Shore
Junior/Senior High School
Aug. 30 at 7 p.m.
For information, call
Heather Rauchfuss at (321)
725-5282 or visit
www.spacecoastcrew.org.

Softball
The Brevard County Parks
and Recreation South Area
is starting a coed softball
league that will play on


Monday beginning Sept.
17 and a men's league that
will play on Thursdays
beginning Sept. 20.
Games will be played at
the Palm Bay Regional Park
softball fields
Cost is $147.50 per team
for 10 games, tournament
games one umpire and soft-
balls.
For information, contact
Kristin Swenson at (321)
255-4400 or Kristin.Swen-
son@brevardparks.com.

Triathlon
The 5th Annual Health
First Triathlon is Oct. 7 at
Pineapple Park in Mel-
bourne.
There will be an Olympic
distance race that includes a
1.5K swim, a 40K bike ride
and a 10K run along the
Indian river Lagoon.
There also will be a sprint
race that includes a quarter-
mile swim, a 15.9- mile bike


ride and a 3.5-mile run.
Relay teams also may par-
ticipate.
Online registration is
available for both races.
For information, visit
www. healthfirsttri.com.

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

Women's open hoops
The Grant Street Com-
munity Center in Mel-
bourne will have women's
open gym basketball every
Tuesday from 6-8:30 p.m.
for 15 weeks.
Membership fees are $15-
$18.
For information, call
(321) 674-5723.


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

Parrish scramble
The 4th Annual Parrish of
St. John's Golf Tournament
will be Oct. 21 at Suntree
Country Club inViera.
The format is a four-per-
son scramble with a noon
shotgun start. Cost is $85
per golfer.
The event will feature a
"Lucky Ball Drop." Golf
balls will be dropped onto
the green by a cherry pick--
er. The ball closest to the
pin will win 25 percent of
the pot. Donation per ball
is $50. All proceeds benefit
the St. John's the Evangelist
Building Fund.
For information, or to reg-
ister, call John Prokopowicz
at (321) 633-0380.

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


beverages and a buffet at
the awards ceremony.
Sponsorship opportuni-
ties are available, starting
at $150 for a hole sponsor
and up to $5,000 for a pri-
mary sponsorship.
For information, call
(321) 459-2200.

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


Free golf
Aquarina Beach
Country Club in
bourne Beach will


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have


charity golf each Monday
during August.
For a minimum donation
of $5 to the charity of the
week, golfers can play the
course for free.
The charity for Aug. 27 is
Serene Harbor.
For information, call
(321) 728-0600.

Beachside golf leagues
Two evening golf leagues
have been formed at Spes-
sard Holland Golf Course
in Melbourne Beach.


An individual plays on
Wednesday with a 5 p.m.
shotgun start. The format
will be net score match
play.
A business mixer golf
plays on Thursdays with a 5
p.m. shotgun start. With a
two-person team, the for-
mat will be best ball, match
play.
Golfers may sign up as a
two-person team or as
individuals to be paired.
The registration fee for
either league is $15. The
weekly cost for each league
is $17, which includes cart,
green fee, food, beverages,
and prizes.
For information, contact
Rene Uzee or Roger Marcel-
lus at (321) 952-4530.

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

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

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

Coaches, league organ-
izers, event leaders and
camp directors with news,
stats or announcements,
contact Rob Shelburne at
Shelburne@hometown-
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Keeping with its tradi-
tion of charity work, the
PGA of America and the
United States Golf Associa-
tion will set aside Sept. 1 as
Patriot Golf Day.
On that day, golf courses
nationwide will request an
additional $1 for each
greens fee with the money
going to the Fallen Heroes
Foundation and Wounded
Warriors, Inc. These are
nonprofit programs that
provide scholarships and
counseling to those who
have had family members
wounded or killed in Iraq
and Afghanistan.
The special day is the


brainchild of, Capt. Dan
Rooney of the Oklahoma
Air National Guard.
Capt. Rooney is a veteran
of two tours of duty in Iraq,
a former college and pro-
fessional golfer and a PGA
member.
"They have given the
ultimate sacrifice," Capt.
Rooney said of fallen sol-
diers in an interview with
Alan L. Hammond of the
online magazine
SuitelOl.com. 'America
can come together in the
spirit of golf and have a
dramatic impact. We have
an opportunity to make a
difference for the families
that have made the ulti-
mate sacrifice."
More than 60 golf cours-


es in Florida ywil bel partici-
pating in the effort to sup-
port the troops 'ad their
families.
Locally, a handful of golf
clubs will take part in the
inaugural Patriot Golf Day.
Russell Glasby, head pro-
fessional at Duran Golf
Club in Viera, said every
day is Patriot Golf Day at
Duran
"We honor active-duty
military on a daily basis
with a special rate," he
said. "We absolutely will be
a part of Patriot Golf Day. It
gives the community and
our golfers a chance to
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Florida happens to be
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is that most of our thun-
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Imagine being stuck as
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Lightning is the electri-
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clouds or between a cloud
and the ground. The
thunder we hear after the
lightning is actually the
sound wave produced by
the explosive heating of
the air in the lightning
channel during the return.
The average lightning
strike is 6 miles long and
carries a voltage of 100
million to 1 billion volts.
Lightning reaches a
temperature of 50,000
degrees Fahrenheit, or
four times that of the sun.
The National Lightning
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lightning is the most
dangerous and most
frequently encountered
weather hazard and is the
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nation. FEMA estimates
that 200 people are killed
and nearly 1,000 severely
injured by lightning every
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Golf columnist


statistics, 20 percent of all
lightning victims die from
the strike. Seventy percent
of survivors will suffer
long-term effects includ-
ing memory loss, chronic
numbness, muscle
spasms, depression,
hearing and sleep loss.
The Strike Alert is about
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two AAA batteries. The
batteries will last up to 100
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simple protection and
warning for many trips to
the course or while
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According to the com-
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lightning as far away as 40


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potential storms well
before they arrives on the
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The Strike Alert was first
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The latest unit is water-
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outdoor temperature.
ranges. The detector is
housed in a small casing
that clips neatly onto a
belt loop, pocket, golf bag
or backpack.
When a lightning strike
is detected, Strike Alert
will emit an audible alarm
and light the appropriate
LED indicating the
distance of the strike. The
alarm and corresponding
LED light illuminate
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strikes of 20 to 40 miles,
12 to 24 miles, 6 to 12
miles and 6 miles or less.
Strike Alert uses a
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Since we can only see
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miles long, you may not
even see it coming before
it hits you.
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More than 5,000 golfers visited Duran
Golf Club in Viera during the month of
July and entered for a chance to win a year
of green fees at the newest golf course in
Brevard County.
Though all were feeling lucky, one man
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"Duran is my favorite course in town
and where I choose to play golf with my
friends," Florenz said. "I look forward to
playing more and improving my game
with practice."
Duran Golf Club recently celebrated the
grand opening of its British West Indies-
style clubhouse, while celebrating the
anniversary of the championship course
and Duran Development Center.
"We are very proud of the product that
we offer here at Duran and are very excit-
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to Al," Glasby said. "He's a great guy, and
we know he will get good use out of his
winnings."
Duran will give away a free year of green
fees every July to mark its anniversary.
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heroes."
As of press time three
other golf courses in Bre-
vard have enlisted to
donate money to the
cause: Walkabout Golf and
Country Club in Mims;
Aquarina Beach and Coun-
try Club in Melbourne
Beach; and the Majors Golf
Club in Bayside Lakes.
Each will ask golfers for an
extra $1 when they sign up
to play.
"Patriot Golf Day is so
important from a stand-
point of recognition and
honor on behalf of the men
and women (who) have
laid their lives on the line
so we can continue to live
(in freedom)," said Brian
Bauer, general manager of
The Majors Golf Club in


Bayside Lakes.
Aquarina head profes-
sional Steve Waggoner said
he will extend Patriot Golf
Day throughout the entire
Labor Day weekend.
Golf has long been a pop-
ular means to raise money
for a variety of noble caus-
es.
In May, the Davis Nisbet-
Wuesthoff Golf Tourna-
ment raised $228,789 for
Brevard County residents
who cannot afford health
care. To date, that tourna-
ment has raised more than
$3.5 million over the past
23 years.
Since 1938, the PGA Tour
has raised more than $1
billion dollars for charities
nationwide.
In a press release


announcing the Patriot
Golf Day initiative, PGA Of
America President Brian
Whitcomb said the organi-
zation is pleased to lead
the effort.
"The PGA of America is
proud to have a member
like Dan Rooney," he said.
"(Our) purpose is to sup-
port our member profes-
sionals, and when one of
own came to us with such a
brilliant idea, we wrapped
our arms around it and
said we would do whatever
it takes to support him and
give back to those who
have given everything."
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day, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday
and from 12-5 p.m. on Sun-
days. The gallery is at 1010-B E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
722-6000 or visit www.lopres-
sionism.com.
* Mud Flats Pottery &
Gallery: Located at 826 E. New
Haven Ave., downtown Mel-
bourne. Hours: 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday to Saturdays.
Features fine handmade works
by leading Pacific Northwest,
local and regional artists in a
variety of media. For informa-
tion, call (321) 951-1310.
* North Brevard Historical
Museum: Located at 301 S.
Washington Ave., downtown
Titusville. Open from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. Tuesday through Satur-
day. Admission is free and guid-
ed group tours are available. For
information, call (321) 269-
3658.
* Rossetter House Historical
Museum: The historical house
and museum is open 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Wednesday through Sat-
urday and is located at 1320
Highland Ave., in old Eau Gallie.
Admission for guided tours is
$5, and admission to museum
grounds is free. For information,
call (321) 254-9855.
* Silken Galleria: Hosts and
exhibits the artwork of local
award-winning artists Frank
Palmeri, Agnes Mangnelli, Vicki
Busby, Renee Decator, Eliza-
beth Kaufman, Pam McLean,


Lisa Mayer, Seth Novak and
Jerry Hooper. Gallery is at 912 A
E. New Haven, Ave, Melbourne.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day through Saturday, and
noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Infor-
mation: (321) 733-2788.
Sunshine Framing and Art
Gallery: The gallery hosts a vari-
ety of classes, guest artists and
events at 5410 Murrell Road,
Suite 111, Viera. For informa-
tion, call (321) 433-3332.
* Sundancer Gallery: The
gallery is an outlet for young
Native American artists and
jewelry makers and hosts well-
known visiting artists. Hours
are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
through Saturday, and noon to
6 p.m. Sunday. The gallery is
at 6 Florida Ave., Cocoa Village.
For information, call (321)
631-0092.
* The Valiant Command
Warbird Museum: Features
displays of military aircraft pre
World War II to the present.
The museum is at the Space
Coast Regional Airport, 6600
Tico Road, Titusville and is
open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven
days a week. For information,
call (321) 268-1941.
*Two Feathers Gallery: Orig-
inal works of art and pottery by
various Indian nations. The
gallery, at 833 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne, is open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. For information, call
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Zoo is looking for five to
seven individual artists or
organizations to design,
create and build installa-
tions for a temporary
exhibit to be displayed
during the holiday season,
Dec. 26 to Jan. 6.
The exhibit is titled, "Ani-
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eyes of a child's imagina-
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The suggested size
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but the zoo will entertain
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The homes should be
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right now, not constructed
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Selected projects must
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installation.
Submissions should
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line of the work and aq
explanation as t h, whyth
zoo should choose your
animal house. Submis-
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or dropped off. Address it
to Marketing Director,
Brevard Zoo, 8225 N.
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne, FL 32940.
For information, call
(321) 254-9453.


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The Wuesthoff Health
System Auxiliary recently
awarded nearly $8,000 in
scholarships to 18 Brevard
County students for the
fall semester.
The list of recipients,
hometowns, field of study
and college they attend
follows.
Katie Buckey of Rock-
ledge, nursing, University
of Florida.
Jessica Calloway of
Cocoa, radiology, Brevard
Community College.
Bailey Dowling of


Titusville, radiology, Uni-
versity of South Florida.
Melissa Fezie of Satellite
Beach, nursing, University
of Central Florida.
Justin Fitz of Rockledge,
pre-med, Eastern Ken-
tucky University.
Jennifer Franks of
Cocoa, nursing, Brevard
Community College.
Gail Hitchner of Rock-
ledge, nursing, Brevard
Community College.
Elena Martorana of Mel-
bourne, health sciences,
University of Central Flori-
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Serge Reshetnikoff of
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engineering, Duke Univer-
sity.
Lauren Rochefort of
Rockledge, pharmacy, Uni-
versity of Florida.
Krisin Sullivan of Mel-
bourne, nursing, Brevard
Community College.
Caylee Summers of
Rockledge, pre-med, Uni-
versity of Florida.
Carolyn Ward of Mel-
bourne, nursing, Florida
State University.
Michele Williams of
Cocoa, psychology, Bre-
vard Community College.
Natalie Williams of Palm
Bay, pre-med, University
of Florida.
Nicole Williams of Palm
Bay, pre-med, Florida State
University.
Ivy Xing of Melbourne,
pharmacy, University of
Florida.
Scholarships are for $250
a semester for recipients
attending a two-year col-
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four-year college or uni-
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"Students awarded
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INTERNET SAVY

The Internet can be a wonderful resource for kids. As we know
internet access can also pose hazards to your children. Although there
are online tools that you can use to control your child's access to
adult sites, no option is going to guarantee that your child will be
kept away from 100% of the risks on the Internet.


Some Basic '..S ,. Tips:


Become computer literate. And keep the computer in a common area
where you can watch and monitor your child.

Forbid your child from entering private chat rooms; block them with
safety features provided by your Internet service provider or with spe-
cial filtering software. Be aware that posting messages to chat rooms
reveals your child's email address.

Take your child seriously if he or she reports an uncomfortable
online exchange. Forward copies of obscene or threatening messages
to your Internet service provider. Reinforce the following: Never
trade personal photographs in the mail or scanned photographs over
the Internet. Never reveal personal information, such as address,
phone number, or school name or location.
Use only a, screen name. Never agree to '..
meet anyone from a chat room in person.
Always tell a parent about any communica- .-
tion or conversation that was scary. If your -
child has a new "friend," insist on being
"introduced" online to that friend. '

More information at www.kidshealth.org


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2X4'S, USED but clean of
nails, 26 pcs., $60/all.
321-242-0710 S. Brev.

ANTIQUE LAMP, hand
painted,$75;Beanie Ba-
bies (16) worth $150, sell
$75, call 321-684-1641.


Ballet, Hip Hop, Jazz, Lyrical,
Creative Movement
Combination, Modern, Pointe,
Tap, and ZUMBA.
Ages 3 Adult
TURNING POINTE OF MELBOURNE
2447 N Wickham Rd Ste 132,
Melbourne
(Lake Washington and Wickham In the Albertson's Plaza)
321-254-2340
www.TurningPointeofMelbourne.com


Aquariums: (1) 55 gal.;
(1)20 gal.; both w/ stands;
(1) 10 gal.; misc & more!
$195/all. 321-636-9898
ATTIC VENTILATOR,
roof mount, electric, new,
in the box, $60, call
321-254-6582, So. Brev.
BARBIE DOLLS- New in
Box-(2) Indian.$35/ea. El-
vis musical jewelry box,
NIB. $45. 321-768-6628
BASKETBALL SYSTEM,
Huffy, portable, acrylic
backboard, 4 years new,
$45. 321-757-9378 SBrev
BATHROOM VANITY,
white formica, 30x29x20,
A1,$50;Johnson OB mo-
tor $75. 321-254-4986
BED, FULL size, com-
plete, $40; Patio cush-
ions, $60; Carseat, $10,
call 321-768-9635, S. Br.
BED: TODDLER step 2
Firetruck, in good condi-
tion w/ mattress $75
321-259-9592 SoBrev
BEDROOM FURNITURE
Lexington Girl's, Full/
Queen headboard, dress-
er $200 321-690-6955
BICYCLE, MEN'S Co-
lumbia 26 inch 10 speed
$15 321-633-6370
BICYCLES 2 Children's
bikes, 1 adult beach
cruiser, $25 each.
321-725-4869 S. Brev.
BILLY GOAT 3.5 hp push
vacuum for driveways $25
filing cabinet 43'x20'40' 3
drawer $45 321-724-2950
BIRD CAGE Large iron,
$100/obo. Call
321-537-8328 So. Brev.
BODY BUILDING Exer-
cise Equip.- famous Body
by Jake ab workout,brand
new! $39. 321-288-2924
BUFFETT/ SIDEBOARD
nice, good condition, or-
nate, antiquity look, $199
321-259-1848 SoBrev
CABINET, LIGHTED,
unique, 73"x20", attrac-
tive, $150, call
321-768-1620, So. Brev.
CARGO CARRIER:
Thule, includes locks and
bars. Like new. $100. So
Brev 321-728-0240
CHEST FREEZER 5.0
cu ft $125. Landscaping
rocks $75. All OBO
321-676-6084 So Brev
CHEST FREEZER- Frig-
idaire, white, 15cubic ft, 9
mos old, ex. cond, $200,
call 321-917-1340, S. Br.
CHEST OF Drawers, 2
units, 5 & 6 drawer stand
ups, brown, $29 each.
321-725-7379 S. Brev.
CHINA CABINET, wall
unit, ash veneer, buffet 2
shelves, $200, call
321-259-2960, So. Brev.


CLOTHING: TODDLER
2t girls' (mostly), plus
some boys', some wom-
en's, $25 321-727-8625
COFFEE TABLE: import-
ed Italian marble 39x39
inches $199 SoBrev
321-777-9791
COLD AIR intake, 2000
Honda Civic, alum, gd
cond, $25, call
321-952-9466, So. Brev.
COMPUTER MONITOR:
Compaq 21 inch, Excel-
lent condition $35 No
Brev 321-452-5070
COMPUTER TOWER:
XP Pro DVD burner, 40G
HD 3" floppy, 750mHz
$40 321-768-0913
COPIER TONER, Sharp,
weight 260g, black, for
Model SF730NT1, 2 bot-
tles, $9/ea. 321-725-8392
COUCH: FLORAL $150
obo, Excellent condition.
321-777-3727 SoBrev
CUSTOM SPOILER w/
lights, $50; new spoiler,
$50, new frame hitch,
$85, call 321-984-3314.
DAYBEDS (2) white
metal w/trundle &
mattresses. $75/ea.
321-639-9756
DESK White Oak w/
hutch $75. Comp desk,
white maple, $50. book-
shelf $10.321-639-9756
DINING SET, outdoor, 8
pc, $100; Wooden Dining
set, 4 chairs, 30"x48", $80
321-757-6774 S. Brev.
DINING TABLE, w/ (4)
chairs, yellow & white,
$125, call 321-726-9429.
DINING TABLE, wood,
42" round, 4 chairs, white,
inlaid tile, $100. Call
321-610-4703 S. Brev.
DOORS: ELEGANT
Double entry, 8 feet high,
6 feet wide $200 NoBrev
321-269-6796
DRILL PRESS: Crafts-
man, Large floor unit, 42
inch capacity, $195 So-
Brev 321-757-0588
DRILL PRESS: Delta,
floor model with hand &
foot feed, adjust stops,
$120 321-725-7848
ELECTRIC CHAIR, Navy
$199 321-777-5801
ELECTRIC LIFT Chair,
Plum rose color $199
SoBrev 321-724-1312
EXERCISE MACHINE:
Toni's Little Gazelle, fold-
able, compact, never
used $99 321-676-0801
FICTION/NON- FICTION
books on Vietnam, over
20 for $30, call
321-917-8049, So. Brev.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER,
First Alert, 51bs, HD res/
small busin, in box, $20,
call 321-253-1823, S. Br.


I


FIREPLACE $150 OBO,
Yamaha electric organ
$50 321-254-9609
FITNESS WALKER, sta-
tionary, $35; Wooden fort
w/ slide, $25; call
321-984-0445, So. Brev.
FLOOR STEAMER- Eur-
eka Deluxe Enviro, never
used, w/manual, $50, call
321-952-1950, So. Brev.
GOLF CLUBS- Merritt
Fiberglass, 1/3/5 woods,
and pitch, $75, call
321-254-6025, So. Brev.
GOLF CLUBS: Adam
Tight lies 3,5,7 woods all
strong lofts. Graphite
med. $125 321-269-1326
GOLF CLUBS: Titleist
962 Irons 209, new Vo-
key Wedge Steel shafts
$199 321-449-0624
GUITAR- ESTEBAN,
acoustic, eic, case, 10 w
amp, 10 inst. Dvd's,
$150, call 321-626-9742.
HEAD BOARDS (2),
twin, teak, Danish Im-
ports, $100 each, call
321-729-9346, So. Brev.
HEADBOARDS for Bed-
Brass or Wood: 2 units
$19/ea. 321-473-3551
HEAT & AIR conditioner,
like new, $200, call
321-750-8700, So. Brev.
HIDE-A-BED: 72 inch,
mattress in good condi-
tion. Light almond beige
$190 321-373-1363
HOUSE PUMP, 3 yrs old,
3/4Hp, $180; Salt bag, 40
Ibs, $3.00, call
321-259-2754, So. Brev.
Jakes Hip/Thigh Sculp-
ture,new,$75; Nissan top-
per,$75; Tiffany style floor
lamp, $50. 321-750-2707
JEWELRY BOX, display,
wood, gold color, 16x20
(2), $50 each, call
321-632-4788, So. Brev.
JOGGING STROLLER:
Double, 1.5 years old.
Hardly used. bottom stor-
age $100 321-254-0236
JOHN BOAT 10ft, alumi-
num, $175 obo, call
321-777-7414, So. Brav.
K-8 MATERIALS: Class
library set $20, Subject
workbooks $2, Supplies
$10 each 321-984-2710
KEY BOARD, Kawai,
36", w/ stand, like new,
$30, call 321-777-6322.
KIDS STOCK car, ages
3 to 5, new, one of a
kind, $175, call
321-773-7932, So. Brev.
KITCHEN TABLE w/ 4
chairs, white pedestal w/
oak top, oak seats, $200
call 321-751-1935, S. Br.
KITE BOARD kite: Sling-
shot torque, 9meter, seat
harness, north bar, $200,
call 321-951-8304, S, Br.
LAWN MOWER- self
propel, Craftsman, used
2 seasons, gd cond, $75,
call 321-255-0122, S. Br.
LIFT CHAIR, Mauve,
excellent condition. Used
very little. $150 obo
321-633-3267 NoBrev
LOVESEAT, LA-Z-BOY,
w/ 2 separate recliners,
green, Scot guarded,
$125, call 321-635-6005.
MARINE- PENN reels,
$45; Ammeter, $15; Fold-
ing mount $7; Lifevest,
$3, call 321-723-0138.
MATTRESS/ FRAME:
Queen, HD Board $85
Roll 'N' Lock Tundra cov-
er $110 321-951-2505
MERCRUISER PRE-
ALPHA Outdrive, used
but good $200 SoBrev
321-288-8733
MICRO WAVE, Magic
Chef, like new, $25, call
321-952-9799, So. Brev.
MICROWAVE, SHARP
1200watt carousel, large,
like new, $50.
321-452-8452 Merritt Isl.
MIRROR FOR Dresser/
Wall 40" round mirror.
Excellent condition. $50
321-259-5878 SoBrev
MONITOR: Computer
17" flat screen, Balance,
6 mths. old $75
772-664-3803 bc
MOTOR: TROLLING
Minn Kota Vantage, 50 Ib
thrust, 12v, bow mount,
$150 321-676-5213
MOTORCYCLE TRAIL-
ER: 3 rails $150 obo So
Brev 321-757-6894
MOTORCYCLES (2)
Pocket Rockets, 1 com-
plete, 1 in parts. $200/all.
321-768-0567 So.Brev.
MOVIES, VCR 50 @ $2
ea., your choice,
321-751-6173 So. Braev.
NIGHT TABLES/STAND
(2) Bennington Pine, dark
solid wood. $100 each
SoBrev 321-984-8774
PARSONS CHAIR, 4
upholstered, excellent
condition, $99 for all, call
321-255-1604, So. Brev.


PATIO FURNITURE, sold
in stores for $400. Asking
$175. Like new.
321-951-4275 So. Brev
PATIO SET, PVC, 5
piece, w/ umbrella, aqua,
48" round table, $125,
call 321-254-9593, S. Br.
PATIO SET: 48 inch
round aluminum frame
glass top Table, 4 chairs
$175 321-690-0018
PATIO SET: glass top
table with 6 chairs/ cush-
ions $150 321-676-2183
PIANO Electronic 100
songs, lessons & rhythm,
Free stand. Sale $130.
321-724-4854, So. Brev.
PLAY GYMS: Little
Tykes (3), Log cabin $60,
Big w/ slides $50, Sm w/
slide $25 321-759-6905
PLAY STATION 2 with
controller, $110, call
321-506-4253, So. Brev.
POOL, INTEX Easy Set,
18', barely used, still
standing, kit materials incl
$185. 321-327-3148
PORCH SWING, metal,
old from early 1950's,
$200, call 321-768-0910.
PORT A'POTTY for
camper or boat, $19. Call
321-725-4809 S. Brev.
QUICKBOOKS BASIC
2005 and Customer Man-
ager 1.0 $125 SoBrev
321-506-4283
RANGE, G.E., 30", white,
$75; Compaq comp,
w/mouse, keyboard, $80,
call 321-768-7527, S. Br.
RECLINER, BLUE, big-
man, over, stuffed, $190,
call 321-768-2205, S. Br.
REFRIGERATOR, KEN-
MORE, white, 4 yrs. new,
very good cond., $200.
321-984-8367 S. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR, KEN-
MORE: 15.6 cuft. Top
freezer, Good condition.
$100 obo 321-259-7823
REFRIGERATOR: 9.8
cuft 1 year old $100, 5
,piece PVC bar set $75
321-213-0587 SoBrev
ROCKING CHAIR, large,
dark wood, Rocker/ Glid-
er dark wood, like new,
$100 each 321-757-0797
ROUTER, WIRELESS:
DSL broadband with fire-
wall $35 321-777-1543
RUG, 9'12' light Green &
Brown $45 OBO Good
Condition too big for our
family rm 321-773-2630
RUG, AREA, 5x7 Palette
design, Turkish rug, Exc
cond. $90 obo. Must see!
772-663-0504 IRC
SHUFFLEBOARD, 6 ft.
Wooden table $150 Great
Shape, accessories incl.
321-242-6443
SINK: CAST Iron, Kohler
double bowl white, ex-
cess to remodel project
$200 321-783-5452
SLEEPER SOFA: plaid
green, $100 obo NoBrev
321-383-1300
SOFA: GREAT condition
complete with 4 toss pil-
lows, stripe print, $150
321-951-2609 SoBrev
SOFA: WHITE, pillows
are washables. Excellent
condition $150 SoBrev
321-631-2992
SPEAKERS JENSON,
three way w/ 15" woofer,
excellent condition, $60.
321-773-3497 South Brev
STEP BARS, Westin,
Like new, Black crew cab
for 2003 & newer GM
truck $200 321-626-7997
STORAGE SHED, Rub-
bermaid, vertical,
72"x30"x48", $175, call
321-446-0281, So. Brev.
STORM SHUTTERS:
aluminum for sliding door
$185 321-951-1678
STOVE Glass top, GE,
white, great shape, $175,
321-752-0946, So. Brev.
STROLLER, SAFETY 1st
A1, $35; Play pen, A1,
$15; Baby Walker, A1,
$10. 321-254-9586 SBrev
SUIT CASE, oversize,
new, extendable, lined,
w/ wheels, $60, call
321-259-2853, So. Brev.
SURROUND SOUND,
Sony, w/sub, $150. Call
321-373-4225S. Brev.
SWIVEL ROCKER, fully
padded, light green, very
clean $60 321-729-8732
So. Brevard
TABLE SAW: 10 inch
Delta with stand $100
Scott Fertilizer spreader
$20 321-723-5178
TABLE SAWS (3) w/
stands; Ryobi, $80; Craft-
man, $60; Delta,$60. Call
321-984-8781 So. Brev.
TABLE TOP glass. 3' x 5'
3/8" thick beveled edge.
$50. New DVD-RW
recordable discs 10 in
box. $10 321-724-6729
TABLE/ BAKER'S Rack
Round 42 inch wrought
iron glass top with rack
$70 321-676-3849


TEAK FLAT screen con-
sole, solid 48"x20"x38",
w/ great storage, $200,
call 321-777-5561, S. Br.
TELEVISION RECEIVER
TVNCR combo, 27 inch
tube, Panasonic $150
321-632-0148 SoBrev
TENNIS Stringing Ma-
chine, for racquet, $150,
Ladies/Mens clothing, $2
each,call 321-723-6370.
TOOL BOX, aluminum,
fits small truck, like new,
$125.-321-474-6339 Melb
TOOL BOX, for pickup,
standard size. Like new
condition. Aluminum.
$110 321-288-9493
TRAILER EAZY lift
weight distributing hitch,
w/ sway control. Used
once 321-525-1598
TREADMILL, DP and
Stamina Elliptical Trainer
$75 each 321-960-1166
TREADMILL: PRO-
FORM T10.0 with pulse
sensor $125 SoBrev
321-255-5536
TV 32" with dvd $75. End
tables $15 ea.
772-664-1877
TV STAND, for 36 inch
TV, black finish, two
shelves, glass doors $30.
772-563-2121 IRC
TV, JVC, 27", w/PIP, re-
mote and. matching stand,
$180. 321-784-3730 N.
Brevard
TV, TOSHIBA, 27" color,
ex. cond., $75, call
321-751-6171, So. Brev.
TV: SONY Trinitron 24
inch $50, Futon, Oak,
$75 321-777-4976
TYPE WRITER, electric,
Smith Corona, new, $25,
call 321-676-5847, S. Br.
VACUUM CLEANER,
Eureka Whirlwind, w/ at-
tachments, ex, cond, $45
call 321-259-1948, S. Br.
VIOLA IN excellent con-
dition, with case, two
bows, extra strings $200
321-961-7004 SoBrev
WASHER/ DRYER Ke-
more, Roper washer, all
heavy duty. $65 each So
Brev 321-726-8921

WASHER/ DRYER: $100
each or $150 pair. So-
Brev 321-426-9871
WASHER/ DRYER: Ex-
cellent working condition.
Washer newly rebuilt.
$175 321-952-7255
WATER BED, single,
$100; Computer desk,
$25; med bird cage, $20,
call 321-951-7287, S. Br.
WHEELS: FACTORY
mag, from 1980-81 Z28
15x7 will fit other GM's
$120 321-956-0894




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A BED Liquidation Sale
Posture F/$69 Q/$79
12" Pillowtop plush $275
Nasa $349 321-725-1280
ALL NEW Pillow Top,
Queen mattress set. In
Plastic w/warranty. Can
deliver $130
321-525-6534
BEAUTIFUL CHERRY
Sleigh Bedrm Set, 7 pcs.,
$1350. Still in boxes. Can
Deliver 321-508-0610
BED A new King Set,
Ortho Pillowtop with war-
ranty $225, can deliver.
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BED A new Queen Set,
Ortho Pillowtop with war-
ranty, $155, can deliver.
321-508-0610
BED Name Brand Pillow
top king mattress set,
new in plastic $210. De-
livery avail 321-525-6534

BEDROOM SET $475
6 pieces. All brand
newll!! Can Deliver
321-508-0610
BEDROOM SET,
full-sized, cherry, 4 poster
- can convert to canopy.
Ind. dresser/mirror/ night-
stand/ bedframe/mattress
boxspring. Beautiful!
$600. 321-243-1506
BEDROOM SET, master,
2 side tables, 1 chest of
drawers,1 dresser w/ mir-
ror, king bed, exc. cond.
$350/all. 321-255-2047
BEDROOM SET, qn, sol-
id pine, 2 night stands, tri-
ple dresser w/qn/dbl mir-
ror, Ig. chest of drawers,
$850/obo. 321-373-5563
BUNK BED, oak, loft w/
student desk, very good
condition, detachable lad-
der, $300. 321-953-6061

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 & LOVESEAT,
floral, $300; Solid wood
coffee & end tables, w/
glass inserts, $300/both.
Great cond 321-777-3727
COUCH, Sleeper, chair,
ottoman, pastel floral
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Vero Lake Estates. Nr
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321-729-8252
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772-663-1949
PALM BAY 3/2/2, Ig.
corner lot, just renovate-
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$195. New kitchen, new
roof. Move in ready.
407-509-3565
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PALM BAY, NW 3/2/2,
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Subdivision on lake,
3br/2ba/2cg with Pool &
Fenced yard. Wood floors
and beautiful front door.
$489,000 772-631-6682
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
PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
encl. patio, lighted water
garden, completely re-
modeled. Close to
1-95/I-4. $227,000/ obo
407-252-8218

PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
encl. patio, lighted water
garden, completely re-
modeled. Close to
1-95/1-4. $227,000/ obo
407-252-8218

PORT ORANGE-
3bd/3ba/3cg, approx.
3200 sq ft., oversized
pool & scr. patio, loaded
amenities.Fireplace.
$599,000. 386-767-2299
PORT ORANGE- Re-
duced! Lakefront 2176
sf., pool, 3/2/2cg. Builda-
ble lot or use for
Boat/RV. $387,900/obo.
www.hiddenlakedrive.co
m 386-423-2519
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
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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. $125K
386-453-7740 see photo
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on Lake. Lots of up-
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$359,000. Call owner for
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INDIAN HARBOUR Bch-
1/4 mi. from beach, newly
renovated 2 bdrm, 2.5 ba
w/ fenced yard, patio, tile
floors & new appliances.
$150K call 772-453-9595
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
INVE$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.
TITUSVILLE, By Owner,
Meadows East townhome
2BR/2BA, new A/C 2006,
roof '99, many updates,
close to shopping & 195,
$109,000. 321-264-0665



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Owner 270-556-3576
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell on
1.32acs. 1217SF ready to
finish. Wooded lot
w/view. E-Z financing.
Call 828-652-8700
www.FallCreekLand.com
PALM BAY Port Malabar
lot for sale 363 Trident
Ave SE Unit 9. Only lot
avail. Asking $25,000
Canada 905-883-0148
PALM BAY SW, 80x125,
close to shopping, restau-
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321-951-1211
PALM BAY, 1/4 acre, city
water sewer, surveyed,
cleared and filled to
house pad. Ready to
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$65K 561-846-2495
PUTNAM COUNTY, Sat-
suma FL. 2 lots, side by
side, fronts paved rd,
135'x150', $19,900. Call
Richard 386-316-3207
STUART One acre,
wooded homesite, gated,
walk to schools & parks,
great for commuter
$239,000 OBO
772-286-9392




CAPE CANAVERAL,
$7500 gets you this beau-
tiful 2/1,14x56 single wide
on rented lot. Incl's all
appl's, some turn., exc.
cond., needs some new
flooring, $350 materials
req'd + 5 days of labor.
Updated kitch., int. decor,
new windows. Pick up fly-
er at 8 King's Ln., Mango
Manor Trailer Park. View
by appt. 321-525-2362.
See photos online www.
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Melbourne Beach, Lei-
sure Living Estates
across street from beach.
Own lot & manf. home,
hot tub, golf, $110,000 or
Lease opt. 321-544-7424
MELBOURNE MH- Trail-
er Haven 55+. 2BR/1BA.
Refurbished. New carpet,
new paint, new counter
tops, & more. $21,000.
321-259-0380
MELBOURNE, $62,500
Lakes of Melbourne, 40+
community, nice 2/2 man-
ufactured home, 1700sft,
new A/C & stove, newer
carpet, open & spacious,
clean, ready to move in,
sunroom, shed, big kitch-
en, small backyard. See
at www.sharphome.com
ID#FLC59 321-373-1466

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MELBOURNE, 1 BR/1
BA, 60'Lx11.5', fully fur-
nished, all apple's, new
paint & AC's, nicely land-
scaped,lot rent only $319,
$7000. 305-731-3227
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
PALM BAY, 14X48, 2BR/
.1 BA, 1993, new carpet.
No age requirements in
community. Worth $12K -
asking $6900.
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, hshid. garbage bags
lawn care incld. in month-
ly lot rental $455.
$48,000. 386-322-5462
Sebastian Whispering
Palms. Renovated 2/2.
Florida room, porch,
driveway. Inside laundry.
C/H/A. Pets OK. Tennis
2 pools, bingo, $32,000
neg 772-228-9198

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SPANISH LAKES Fair-
ways 55+. St Lucie Coun-
ty. 2br/ 2ba, free golf,
clubhouse, pool & more.
Saci;rce $20.000 ,
5 31 8,'04- 33.

VERO BEACH Heron
Cay 55+ Gated comm.
2/2 incl all appliances
partially furn. 2 screened
porches. Comm pool &
clubhouse $29,900.
772-713-5066

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
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IRS PUBLIC AUCTION
SALE August 28, 2007,
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9:00am, 2950 Pallanza
Drive S, St Petersburg,
FL, 33705. Corner Lot,
3br/2ba, Patio/Garage
Sharon W. Sullivan
954-423-7743
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IRS PUBLIC AUCTION
SALE August 30, 2007,
10:00am. Registration:
9:00am, 1626 SW 6th
Ave, Cape Coral, FL,
33904. Lot 43/44, Estab-
lished neighborhood.
Sharon W. Sullivan
954-423-7743
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KENTUCKY
G 35 acres on beautiful
Green River $99,900.
*10acs. Barn, pond,
$54,900. *1ac.
$500/down $105/mo.
*175acs w/new cabin,
creek. $1795/acre.
270-999-0179
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KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
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"Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576

Lovely 4BR, 2.5Bath,
2400 square foot home
on approx. 2 acres in
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pool and patio area with
tall privacy fence, gazebo
with hot tub. $260,000.
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321-432-1557 $185,000

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Waterfront homesites
with 2-5 acres. E-Z
financing. 828-247-9966

NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell on
1.32acs. 1217SF ready to
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828-652-8700
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Top Home 3 levels, 30
Mile Views. Value $249K
- MUST sell $219K or rent
weekly to check out area
only $600/wk. Land value
alone 100K. The ultimate
vacation or retirement
home! 321-960-6408

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

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NC MOUNTAINS, 30
mins. to Ashville, 5 mins.
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ground utilities, corner lot,
$44,000. 321-453-2891
RIVER LIVING IN FLOR-
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over 1/2 acre, fruit trees,
fenced, carport, updated.
Motivated seller.
$119,900 386-690-1623
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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 -
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
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$269,900. 386-322-1695
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SOUTH CAROLINA
Almost 3 acres, excel-
lent building tract, light-
ly wooded, high land.
Fronts paved road, no
impact fees. Low
taxes/insurance.
$27,900 Owner financ-
ing 803-473-7125
ST. MARY'S W. VA. 83
acres w/ woods, valley,
overlooking Ohio River.
Property has 5 bay ga-
rage, office w/ bath,
many possibilities, new
survey, $189,900. Own-
er financing.
740-489-9146
TENNESSEE 479 +/- ac
of excellent development
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atop the Cumberland
Plateau. Creek frontage
available, $1,500,000
931-946-5263
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VERO BEACH 2 Light
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side corner location in
Oslo commercial park.
100x100 total, 100%
cleared/fenced & shell
base. County water
hooked up & paid for on
property. Great new busi-
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$149,000 for both
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- REAL ESTATE FOR RENT


INDIAN HARBOR BCH
Area or Wickham/Lake
Washington area, retired
woman seeks room to
rent w/priv. BA, Non
Smoking, no pets, can
afford $475/mo. 1 room-
mate only. 321-693-8962



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Melb./Eau Gallie Active
Female Senior looking for
same to share home, 2
Ige rooms & BA avail., re-
furbished. Ref's. $490 +
some util's. 321-259-7949
MELBOURNE BEACH,
young professional male
seeks same to rent room
in 4 BR home, house priv-
ileges, $375/mo. First/
/last/sec. 321-729-8090
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CALL CLASSIFIED
321-242-0442


MELBOURNE, clean un-
furnished room for rent,
kitchen privileges, near
BCC & King Center, $375
month incl's all + deposit.
321-752-8.701 / 441-3967


PALM BAY roommate
to share new custom
home. $125/week + util-
ities, includes private
room & garage usage,
free cable. 321-795-6171


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321-242-0442


MELBOURNE, Lake
Washington & Wickham
area, share 3 BR/2 BA
fully furnished private
home, $475/mo. + 1/2
utilities. 321-610-0025
PALM BAY SE room for
rent, furnished, W/D, 2
miles south of BCC, $400
per month includes utilit-
ies. Call for more informa-
tion 321-984-3847
PALM BAY, Gentleman
looking for housemate,
male/female, no smoking
/pets,priv. BA, house priv.
$600/mo. incl. util's. 1st &
last. Ref's. 321-984-8466
*.4


PALM BAY. 3BR 2BA
house. Looking for a
roommate. $350 + 1/2 utilit-
ies. Call 321-956-2428
ROCKLEDGE, FEMALE
to share private home
w/same, private bath,
HBO, internet, W/D, stor-
age, everything included,
$550/mo. 321-243-0947



VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
nished starting at,$1000.
Call Paula Rogers & As-
sociates 772-231-9121,
772-473-7009 cell


COCOA BEACH, direct
oceanfront, 3/2, utility rm,
large wrap-around porch,
pool, new carpet/paint,
close to schools/shopping
$1100/mo. 321-482-4731
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or lbr/lba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503

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INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
2br/2ba. Near beach.
W/D. Comm. pool.
1200sf. condo. Very
clean. Nice quiet area.
$925/mo. 321-446-2191
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
Beautiful, Fully Furnished
condo, great for Corp.
rental or vacation home.
3BR/2.5BA & double ga-
rage. Close to shopping,
tennis club & footsteps
from the beaches! Smart-
ly decorated & priced.
$2600/mo. Contact Jac-
quie 321-505-4217


full kitchen, fully furnish-
ed, king & sofa beds. IncI:
DSL, basic electric &
utils. Avail 9/1 $273 week
321-725-8392
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 Re-
modeled Condo, screen
porch, pool. Seasonal or
yearly. $975/ month
321-254-8002, 427-9833



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MELBOURNE, 2/2, clean
2nd floor condo, lots of
closet space, balcony w/
storage, FREE CABLE,
pool,on-site laundry, close
to shopping / restaurants /
transportation, no pets,
good credit required,
$775/mo. 321-725-0665
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MELBOURNE, Eau Gal-
lie, private entrance/bath,
BR, 2 Ig closets, living rm,
shady patio on beautiful
lake. $750 incl. water,
elec, cable 321-242-6443

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MELBOURNE- 3BR/1BA
Centrally located. LR,
kitchen, balcony. Includes
water & pest. $650/mo. +
$300 deposit. Call
321-722-0781

PALM BAY NE 2br/2ba
1100sf. All appl's W/D.
Comm. Pool. Rent
$750/mo, Sale $127,900.
Poss. rent to own. 1st,
last + sec. 503-757-7031

PALM COAST- 3bd/2ba,
view of intracoastal, re-
sort comm., pools, bike
trail & gym. 6 month Ise
avail. $1800/mo./sec.
386-366-2390


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PROPERTIES, LLC
PALM BAY RD OFFICE/PROF. $1.600 MO.
1,650 SF, 2 BA, Kitchen, Water & Sewer incl. Plenty of
Parking!!! Call (321) 544-5272
PALM BAY TOWNHOUSE $499 MO.
1 BR 1 BA, Central A/C, W/D, NEW Carpet, Tile, Slider
to PRIVATE Patio, Garage Available!!!
SATELLITE BEACH DUPLEX $1,.100 MO.
2 BR 2 BA, GARAGE, W/D, Central A/C, Fenced Yard,
FREE Lawn Service!!!
INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH $775 MO.
1 BR 1 BA, ONE Block to BEACH!!! RENOVATED!!!
NEW Kitchen, Bath, Tile!!! FREE Cablel!!!
PALM BAY-QUADPLEX $229.000
Four 1 BR Condos in BLDG., W/D, Central A/C,
Garage!!! RENT 3 Live for FREE!.

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PALM COAST- 3bd/2ba,
view of intracoastal, re-
sort comm., pools, bike
trail & gym. 6 month Ise
avail. $1800/mo./sec.
386-366-2390
SATELLITE BEACH.
2BR 1BA Condo, across
from beach. Everything
new! $900/ mo.
321-243-2350
SEBASTIAN New Com-
munity, Pelican Isles.
3/Br,2/Ba Apartments
with washer/ dryer. Ask
about our Move-in Spe-
cial 3 bedrooms only
(Income Restrictions)
925 Pelican Isles Circle.
772-581-4440
SEBASTIAN 2Br/2Ba
with amenities,
(clubhouse, pool, tennis)
$950/mo + F/L/S
772-538-0031
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
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


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VERO BEACH Laguna
3/2, lots of upgrades,
pool, clubhouse, tennis,
W/D, water view, newly
remodeled, $1095 per
month. 321-243-8561
VERO BEACH Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$525. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013



ALL RENTALS Brevard
County. Call Rental
Finders 321-724-9034
www.rentalfindersbrevard
florida.com
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
FORT PIERCE, Portofino
Shores, 3/2/2, Fully Fur-
nished (Tommy Baha-
ma), Gated Community.
$1100/mo FS or sell for
$219,900. 772-370-3591
FORT PIERCE: 2br/lba,
brick home, spacious,
W/D, all, appis, fireplace.
$900/mo. + security.
Good for lovely family.
772-807-8644
954-709-1830
INDIALANTIC SPA-
CIOUS Custom built
3/2.5/2 Prestigious river-
side drive. Waterviews
Irg. landscaped lot. For-
mal dining & breakfast
room open to Irg. lanai &
heated pool. Catherdral
ceilings,open plan, family
room. Great schools.
$1595 608-345-6779
MELBOURNE adorable
house 2BR 1BA, 21 West
Ave B #1. Beautiful yard,
quiet neighborhood
$800/month + security.
Call 321-984-8012

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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 No
December Rent! 4br/2ba
1810 Carlton. $1300/mo +
Security. Call
321-591-6924 or
MerrittislandMay@aol.com

MERRITT ISLAND,. New
found Harbor, large 3/2/2,
on oversize lot, fireplace,
wood floors, excellent
location. $1,095/mo
321-298-7757
PALM BAY NO DE-
CEMBER RENT! 3br/2ba
$1300/mo + Dep. 940
NE Fairhaven.
321-591-6924 or
MerrittislandMay@aol.com

PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
plexes & houses.Start @
$600/mo up to $2460/mo.
Avail NOW! Woodlake
Realty, inc. 321-723-8700
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 SE Large
3br/2ba/2 car garage.
Near Babcock & Waco.
$850/mo. No pets. Call
WD Webb Realty
321-723-3311

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PALM BAY SE Near
Bayside, quiet area. Lg.
3/2/2 car garage, built in
'06. Approx. 2000 sq. ft.
Asking $980/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
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, ceiling fans in
every room, close to
schools/shopping, $1250
mo.,1 mo. sec.+ pet dep.
Ms.Garcia 321-639-5621
PALM BAY, New 3 BR/
2 BA, 2 car garage, close
to 195 & BCC, off San Fe-
lippo, $1150/month plus
security. Section 8 wel-
come. 321-745-8614
PALM BAY, NW
RENT TO OWN/ EZ
Qualify Pretty 4/2
1984sf., open, spacious,
split plan, newer CBS
home. Large new beauti-
ful custom kitchen & mas-
ter suite w/ SpaTub. New
roof & morel Large wood
fenced yard. Great home
in quiet neighborhood.
Must see, shows well.
$8,000 moves in. See at
www.sharphome.com
ID#FLC4W 321-373-1466
PALM BAY-3/2/2 car gar.
w/opener. Built in '05.
Corner lot, Irg master
bdrm, city water. $1200/
mo.+dep. 321-674-1613;
Cell 786-287-0100
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


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SUNTREE, 312/2 Lawn
care & community pool
incl. $1100/month $800
deposit. 321253-3851
TITUSVILLE: 2/1 Near
Highway 50 & river. New
A/C & roof. Clean house,
all tiled, screened patio &
fenced yard. $850/mo
owner/agt 321-298-7757
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 owner/agt
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 & USI. $850/mo., 1st/
last+ sec. No pets. Avail
Immed. 772-812-1005
772-337-9753.
VERO BEACH, 2/1
fenced yard, screened
porch, hurricane shutters,
garage, pets OK. Near
everything, gym, pool,
schools, shops. $800/mo
F/L/S 1-772-519-2637
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 large
lot. Nice neighborhood.
Some appliances inc.
$795/mo F/L/S
772-569-0290
772-321-0436
VIERA, 4/3/2, built '05,
2473 sf, split, lake front,
scrn'd patio, gated retire-
ment comm., clubhouse,
pool, lawn care incl.,
$1600/month. Avail. 9/1.
321-632-3093
W. MELBOURNE 3/2,
florida room, all applian-
ces, incl. W/D 55+
Comm, pool/clubhouse.
$795 + deposit
321-258-9203


W. MELBOURNE, 3/2/2
new kitchen, large lot,
fenced yard. No Smoking,
no pets. $975/mo
321-288-3811,
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



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 Beautiful
townhome, Oceanside -
2BR/2.5BA W/D, garage,
pool, tennis, walk to
shops & beach. $950/mo.
321-777-5740; 652-0570
SATELLITE BCH 3/2.5
/2 car gar beautiful town-
home. Almost 2000sf
across from bch in newer
gated comm. Large luxu-
rious master & bath.
Pool, Fla rm & deck.
$1275/mo. 321-773-8671



EAU GALLIE, very clean!
2 BR/1 BA, carport, in-
cludes yard maintenance,
no pets, $750/mo. Pri-
vately owned. Please call
321-259-3155
PALM BAY SE, 2/2/1,
country setting, 1240 sf
under air, new carpets/
paint, city water, lawn
maint., incl., $785/mo. +
$785 sec. 321-537-4878
SE BASTIAN :
2br/2ba/lcg Beautiful
W/D, tile firs, cath ceil-
ings, ceiling fans &
blinds. Pets OK $825/mo.
FLS 954-240-1482
954-894-4451 see photo
online at www.home
townnewsol.com # 20372


PORT ORANGE-
55+ Community
2bd/lba,new paint, encl.
& scr. porches, carport,
cent. heat/air, w/d hook-
ups,lawn care, water &
lot rent incl.$625/mo.
386-760-3823or
852-7823
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 NICE
OFFICE & Warehouse.
1000sf. (2) A/C's. 499B.
Babcock St. $650/mo.
Call 321-777-7262
STUART Warehouse
with A/C office, like new,
hurricane proof, 20' ceil-
ing, 1100 sq ft, central
location, loading door
$1000/mo Legend FL RE
772-463-7266
VERO- Office / Retail.
Two spaces from
$500/mo. US1 great loca-
tion, 100K car count ev-
ery day. Immediate suc-
cess! 772-489-0180

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RENT NOW
FORT PIERCE Ware-
house for rent. 1100 sqft,
2 overhead doors. Plenty
of Parking including
space for trucks $950/mo
Off US1 & Dickson Drive.
772-521-5111

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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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Now for the Spectacu-
lar Fall Colors! 22 ml.
east of Ashville. 9 RENT-
AL UNITS avail,. by the
mo. $600-$1000. Week-
ly starting at $300. Twin
Ponds RV Park. Ameni-
ties incl. pool, recreation
& activity room. Call
828-693-4018

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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.
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FORT LAUDERDALE-
Bon Adventure, 2bd (lock
out unit), Gold crown RCI
rated, will trade for same
Daytona Beach or will
sell outright @ $2500.
Deed to property/ trade
for timeshare all over the
world. 386-767-3940
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


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CHEVY '56 2 door, 350
4-speed, A/C new
brakes, tune up, runs and
looks great. $25,000
772-260-8111
CHEVY CAMARO Z28
1993 477 orig miles.
Auto trans showroom
cond. Indy Pace Car.
Serious inq only $29,000
firm. 772-475-1864
FASTBACK MUSTANG,
1965, 2+2, K-code, proj-
ect car, $25,000. Family
car for 33 years. If inter-
ested, call 321-508-3481



BMW 740i, 1999,
White with Tan Int., Cold
Air, 6 CD/Cass, Am/Fm,
Sunroof, Beautiful Condi-
tion. $11,500
772-631-6682
CADILLAC DEVILLE
d'Elegance, '91, exc con-
dition, white, 2nd owner,
$2850obo 321-799-3630
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


SPECIAL
WHEEL
DEALS!!
Reach over
one million
potential
buyers from
North Palm Beach
thru Ormond Beach
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321-242-0442
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CHEVY CAVALIER, '99,
56K mi., exc. cond., newly
painted (blue), cold AC, 4
door,pwr steering/ brakes,
$4150. 321-259-8408
CHRYSLER LHS 1995
good air & tires. Great
cond in & out. Roomy
leather interior drives like
a dream. V-6, gets good
mileage. Under Blue
Book at just $2995
772-633-5922
CONVERTIBLE Sebring
JXI '99. P/W, P/L & pow-
er seats. Exc cond. Runs
great. In Kelly Blue Book
$8000+ sacrifice $4500/
obo 772-532-3892
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
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DONATE YOUR Car to
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HONDA ACCORD LX,
'88, runs, new clutch &
batteryneeds a Ijttle TLC,
$550. 321-255-7475
HONDA CIVIC, '96.
$3995; Grand Am GT,
'96, $1995; Mustang 5.0
convertible, '88, $3995.
321-720-9210

HYUNDAI ELANTRA,
'06, exc. cond., fully load-
ed,only 6800 miles, white,
w/warranty, $12,500. Call
321-768-9777 ext. 143
MAZDA MIATA '02 Con-
vertible, good condition,
very clean, cold A/C,
109K miles, $8,995.
321-726-6428


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lot Rockledge, FL 32955
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321-632-8050 Family Owned & Operated


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MITSUBISHI '92 Turbo
3000 GTVR4, silver, new
paint $4,000 (needs
transmission & interior
work) 321-725-4706
Nissan Sentra Special
Ed.,'05, nice,prem. sound
sys. w/6 CD changer, new
carpet. Way below KBB
at $8750. 321-952-2194.
See photos online www.
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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
PORSCHE 944 '87, 5
speed, silver, 2001 993
rims, $2,000 OBO
321-951-9823
PT CRUISER '01, loaded,
sunroof, low miles, grand-
ma driven, very clean,
REDUCED AGAIN!
$6000. 321-322-8224 or
321-501-7934
VOLKSWAGON JETTA
VR6 '99.76K miles, leath-
er, moonroof, loaded!
Must seel Great Cond.
$6800obo. 321-759-5093




(4) RIMS & TIRES AMR
6 Lug Falken S/TZ
295/50R20. Great condi-
tion, $500. Call Mike
321-298-6197




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Harbour Beach
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21' TOYOTA motorhome,
'86, V6, new tires, gen-
erator/ air, self contained.
Must see to appreciate!
$6500. 321-733-7127
26' AEROLITE '05 Exc
cond. 1 slide, rear garage
18" deep, all accessories
and new Equal-i-zer
sway bars. $11,500
772-341-1477 see photo
at www.hometown news
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CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP! Coast to Coast
USA/Canada. $8.00/
night (full hookup) Paid
$2595, illness forces sale
$595. 1-800-236-0327.
RV RENTAL site located
on Hutchingson Island
near Vero Beach. Across
from beach, Marina on
Inter-coastal, pool tennis.
Phone, cable, and elec-
tricity included. First
class. By the week,
month, or season.
352-347-4470.
TRAVEL TRAILER, '05,
27',FleetwoodBP,full slide
out, like new, hardly used,
queen bed, sleeps 6-8,
$14,900.321-863-8498



DODGE DURANGO SLT
99', 3rd row seat, 2 WD,
Fully loaded. Looks and
runs great. Ask for Rick
772-532-3892
FORD EXPLORER LIM-
ITED '94, 4x4, fully load-
ed, new tires. Runs &
looks excellent. $3800.
Call Katie 772-532-3892
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



CHEVROLET SILVERA-
DO LS, 2004, 5.3 V8,
towing package, auto, 3
door, red, tinted windows,
$14,000. 321-720-4860


DODGE PICK-UP, '05,
V6, PS, PB, cruise, Ton-
neau, 17K, blue, Michel-
ins, exc. cond.-my car!
$12,500. 321-259-5360
DODGE RAM 250, '91,
auto, AM/FM/CD, 89,100
orig. miles, very well tak-
en care of, $2900 will
take extra $100 off
agreed price if paid in
cash. Call 321-725-0587
See photo online at www.
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AD#24212
DODGE RAM SLT, '05,
4x4, Hemi, all power!
GPS, ABS, 35K miles,
sell for $11,977. Call
914-799-1090
FORD WINDSTAR, '95
wheelchair lift, needs
new motor soon,
141,000 miles, $350/obo
321-254-5178
GMC '99 Savanah 1500
Cargo Van, white, glass
side and rear doors, cold
A/C, michelin tires, auto
V8, tilt cruise, full non
skid floor mat, adjustable
shelving, great work van.
82K miles $4600
321-543-2702
GMC SAVANA VAN:
2002, 5.0L, AT, A/C, P/S,
White, 108,000 miles,
$7150. Well Maintained
Fair cond. 772-559-8590
STEP VAN, GMC, '76,
UPS truck, all aluminum
body, 16' bed, 350 Chevy
motor, runs very well,
$2000. Call 305-731-3227



5'X8'WORKSPORT/PAC
E enclosed utility trailer,
like new, used once, full
size spare. MUST SELL!
$1495.321-452-4954
UTILITY TRAILER, BR
TL, 6'Wx12'L, model
AG612, like new, used
once to move, $790.
321-536-9259







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19 1/2' BOWRIDER, I/O,
Volvo Penta, rebuilt en-
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everything works. $4,500.
Must Sell! 321-773-7613
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.
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23'8" FOUR WING, 1986,
blue, aluminum trailer, no
motor, $695. Please call
321-725-0000
BAYLINER CAPRI, '88
Trailer included, 85 hp
outboard. Best offer takes
it! 321-951-9823
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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
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