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MELBOURN


Vol. 4, No. 3


Your Local News & Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com


FRIDAY, August 31, 2007


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Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident and volunteer Byron Thomas gives visitors Carol Brown and Cynthia Davis, both of Melbourne, a
ride at Holmes Regional Medical Center last week. Hospitals throughout Brevard County are seeking volunteers.


This Week










UPHILL LIES

Hometown News sports writer
Rob Shelburne tests
the mystique of Turtle.
Creek Golf Club on the
latest leg of the Golf Channel
Amateur Tour


The
last
hurrah
As summer
closes,
Grammy Guru Ariel
offers ideas for a
Labor Day picnic, :i
including recipes
for chicken and
coleslaw, served with a
coming of age story


Volunteers
provide important
support to
hospital staff
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE From
admission to discharge, vol-
unteers help make patients'
hospital visits more pleas-
ant and efficient.
"I like to just help people
get through their first day,"
said West Melbourne resi-
dent Bob Hotchkiss, who
volunteers at Holmes
Regional Medical Center.
"I work in admitting," said
Mr. Hotchkiss. "The paid
people do all the bookwork,
then I take them to get X-
rays, or to get procedures
done."
Brevard County's three
major hospital groups,
Health First, Wuesthoff and
Parrish Medical Center all
use volunteers to complete
myriad duties.
Volunteers are used to
help at the information
desk, admitting and dis-
charge areas, gift shop,
cheer cart, emergency
department lobby, greeting
services, in-hospital courier
services, waiting room and
golf cart transportation,


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Children with developmental

delays respond to new therapy


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE By the time Hope Fales
was in kindergarten, she had been diag-
nosed with nearly 10 different disabilities.
"It seemed like every specialist gave her
symptoms a new label when she was
younger," said her mother, Holly Fales.
Doctors suspected pervasive develop-
mental delays, autism, sensory integration
disorder, auditory processing deficit,
dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder, Asperger's syndrome and other
diagnoses, Ms. Fales said.
Now 10 years old, Hope has very few
symptoms, and is ahead of her grade level
in math and reading, Ms. Fales said.
"She held down a three-hour discussion
with a paleontologist, who was impressed
with her knowledge," said Russ Fales,
Hope's father.
After adopting Hope at birth, the Fales
discovered that no one in her birth family
had ever finished high school because of
learning disabilities.
Fortunately, the Fales have extensive
experience dealing with children with
learning delays.


Together, the pair oversee the A+ Acade-
my, an educational alternative for children
with dyslexia, autism, ADHD and other
developmental delays.
Through their contacts with researchers
in the field of childhood developmental
delays, the Fales were able to get Hope into
early testing for a new therapy.
"I was one of the original kids back in
2001 (to be in the program)," said Hope.
She worked with doctors in Colorado
and Utah, using audio techniques devel-
oped by Dynamic Listening Systems and
Advanced Brain Technology.
The two companies have products that
use music to improve neurological func-
tioning and decrease sensitivity to sounds.
The technologies have added bone con-
duction, a small device at the top of spe-
cial headphones that allows vibrations
from the music to be felt through the skull,
to improve results.
Hope's progress, a result of the listening
programs and hard work with occupation-
al and physical therapists, is not an isolat-
ed case.
Both companies, have reported impres-


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Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Ten-year-old Hope Fales demonstrates a special listening
therapy used at the A+ Academy to treat children with a
variety of developmental delays.


Web site offers services

for caregivers of elders


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Index
Business A8
Classified B10
Community Notes...................A4
Crossword B9
Dining & Entertainment .... Bi
Horoscopes BI
Out & About B3
Police Report .............. ...... A5
Sports B7
Travel A12
Viewpoint A6


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Century Oaks resident Susan Palmeiro of Melbourne pets Patsy, a 5-year-old Jack
Russell Terrier mix, held by Central Brevard Humane Society volunteer Betty Lou
Steen Clarke of Melbourne Beach last week during Century Oak's third annual Dog
Days of Summer Senior Fun Fair. Century Oaks is a full-service, pet-friendly active
retirement community. Patsy is available for adoption at the Central Brevard
Humane Society.


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE As adults
are increasingly thrust into
the role of caregiving for
their aging parents, the
demand for a comprehen-
sive directory of available
resources is on rise.
Dr. Rosemary Laird, direc-
tor of the Health First Aging
Institute in Melbourne, has
worked with a team for
more than a year to create
such an information bank.
Earlier this month, she
unveiled www.elder-
care.health-first.org, a one-
stop online information and
referral resource for seniors
and their caregivers.
"I wanted the site to be
broad," said Dr. Laird.
"That's pretty unique as far
as elder care resources."
Dr. Laird has seen thou-
sands of geriatric patients
during her five-year tenure
at the Aging Institute, and
understands the challenges
of aging for both the patient
and the caregiver.
"I'm a big believer that
elder care issues cannot be


managed by a yellow page
approach," said Dr. Laird.
Each situation is unique,
she said, and the appropri-
ate resources can only be
determined with a cus-
tomized approach.
One of the first things the
Web site offers is a needs-
assessment survey. The sur-
vey can be answered by the
aging patient or the caregiv-
er, and identifies the test-
taker's most pressing issues.
"The patient's health situ-
ation dictates the kind of
services needed," said Dr.
Laird. "The Web site
addresses health and com-
munity resources."
The Web site mirrors the
approach Dr. Laird takes at
the Aging Institute.
"We use a team approach,
involving the physician, the
nurses, physician's assis-
tants and social workers,"
she said. "We get contribu-
tions from all different dis-
ciplines."
While the cost to develop
the site was underwritten by
Health First, many of the


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resources listed on the site
are not affiliated with the
hospital.
"This site is not for sales
pitches," said Dr. Laird.
Site users do not have to be
Health First patients or Aging
Institute clients to use the
Web site.
"It's a community
resource," said Dr. Laird.
"Everybody can use it."
Malabar resident Christi
Rushnell recently used the
Web site when she discovered
her mother-in-law would
need more help.
"The Web site told us just
what we needed," said Mrs.
Rushnell. "It's got some good
information on it, and it's all
in one place."
The site offers details on a
wide range of senior
resources, including medical,
community, and general
information.
Details on area senior cen-
ters, Meals on Wheels, adult
day care centers, elder law
attorneys, transportation
services, home health aids
and hospice centers are pro-
vided.
"Regardless of affiliations,.
we wanted to list the people
doing good work for seniors,"
said Dr. Laird. "We have so
many seniors with so many
needs."
The creation of the Web site
was a collaborative effort, not
a competitive one, Dr. Laird
said.
Visitors are encouraged to


register their name, address
and caregiver role on the site.
Additional free information
will be provided to registered
users, including an Aging
Institute publication, "Hints
for the Hospitalized," Dr.
Laird said.
The site is dynamic, and
new information is added
almost daily.
"We have probably another
30 sections in development,
but we started with the ones
we get the most questions
about," said Dr. Laird.
No sensitive information is
requested from registrants,
and the developers hope to
use traffic counts to deter-
mine if more information and
services would be helpful to
the community, Dr. Laird
said.
For Mrs. Rushnell, the site
provided both information
and piece of mind.
"We want to make sure my
mother-in-law is as comfort-
able as possible," said Mrs.
Rushnell. "We were starting
from scratch, so it was great to
see all that information in one
place."
For more information, visit
www. eldercare. health-
first.org.
A phone number is provid-
ed for those without Internet
access. Messages can be left at
(321) 868-8321 and an Aging
Institute representative will
call to provide assistance.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometownnew-
sol.com.


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between Sept. 21 & 23rd


sive statistics on their Web
sites.
In one study by speech-
language pathologist Debo-
rah Ross-Swain, the
Dynamic Listening System
resulted in an average over-
all improvement of auditory
processing of almost 50 per-
cent in test patients.
Another DLS study
demonstrated an increase in
academic gains of nearly
two years for children using
the intervention for a three-
month period.
The Advanced Brain Tech-
nology studies also show
improvements in academic
function.
A two-year study by edu-
cational psychologist
Gwyneth G. Jeyes, of 23 chil-
dren found that all children
showed progress during the
study period, with 79 per-
cent seeing above average
gains in math, language and
reading.
The two companies use
different equipment, but
both base their products on
auditory therapy.
"It's still a bit like compar-
ing apples and oranges," said


Randall Redfield, DLS mar-
keting director in Colorado.
The DLS program was co-
founded by Dr. Ron Minson,
who studied under auditory
stimulation pioneer Dr.
Alfred Tomatis, said Mr. Red-
field..
"Tomatis is a household
name in Europe," said Ms.
Fales. "Europeans been
using Tomatis (technique)
for a long time."
The technology is being
introduced for the first time
at A+ Academy, 1855 Lansing
St., Melbourne.
The school accepts McKay
scholarships and private
tuition. Therapy is available
to outside students for an
additional fee.
For information, call (321)
751-1313. DLP and ABT
information is available at
www.dynamriclistening.co
m and www.advanced-
brain.com.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or e-
mail her at
sauerman@hometownnew-
sol.com,


Donations needed to help

Melbourne police sergeant


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

MELBOURNE Mel-
bourne Police Officers and
the Fraternal Order of Police
are collecting donations for
Sgt. Jamie Rocque.
Mr. Rocque is a 22-year
veteran of the Melbourne


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a serious medical condition.
He is bedridden and hospi-
talized.
Money is needed for med-
ical bills.
Donations may be made
through PayPal at
frankcarter@nebutel.com.
Mr. Carter is a Melbourne
police officer and friend of
Sgt. Rocque.
Also, donations may be
mailed to Fraternal Order of
Police, 1049 Julia Drive, Mel-
bourne, FL 32935. Make
checks payable to the Fra-
ternal Order of Police.
For information, call Mr.
Carter at (321) 403-7296 or
Bert Gamin at (321) 403-
5785.


Shoppers can help
poodle rescue
FOR HOMETOWN NFWS
The Coastal Poodle Rescue
will participate in Macy's
national Shop for A Cause,
scheduled for Oct. 13.
The rescue organization
will have shopping passes
available for those who want
to help out. Passes are avail-
able for $5, which entitles the
purchaser to shop prior to
store opening Oct. 13 and
receive 20 percent of most
merchandise. There will be
door prizes and refresh-
ments. Also, participants will
be eligible to win a $500
shopping spree.
To obtain a pass, call (321)
243-6211 or e-mail
ibeasinger@hotmail.com.
To learn more about the
group, visit
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Volunteers
From page A1
said Health First media rela-
tions specialist Jackie
O'Connell.
West Melbourne resident
Garland Bullock drives one
of the golf carts, transport-
ing patients throughout the
lengthy corridors at Holmes.
"You see people who can
just barely walk come in,"
said Mr. Bullock. "It's great
to help them out."
Mr. Bullock joined the
hospital's auxiliary last year
following the death of his
wife.
"I was looking for some-
thing to do with my time,"
said Mr. Bullock. "They can
find a place that will suit
your needs."
No prior experience is
needed to become a hospi-
tal volunteer, said Sandy
Williams, manager of senior
services and volunteers for
Wuesthoff Health System.
"We need volunteers at all
of our locations, (Rockledge,
Melbourne and Viera)," said
Ms. Williams. "We currently
have 350 adult volunteers
throughout our system. We
had more than 100 teens
during the summer, but
most of them have returned
to school."
Teenage volunteers are
important to all the area
hospitals, but their hours
of availability are limited
once school is in session.
"TAVs are teenagers from
15 to 18 years of age," said
Jessie Whiteman, vice
president of Holmes
Regional Medical Center
Auxiliary at Palm Bay
Community Hospital.
"They assist the nurse
aides in patient care and
delivering food trays in the
afternoon after school."
Health First hospitals
also use specially trained
adult volunteers, called
Silver Spoons, to feed
patients who are unable to


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Vona Brown works at the information desk at Holmes Regional Med-
ical Center in Melbourne. Ms. Brown has volunteered at the hospital for 23 years. Hospi-
tals throughout Brevard County are seeking volunteers.


feed themselves, Ms.
Whiteman said.
Some volunteers have
stayed with their hospital's
auxiliary for many years,
including nine-year veter-
an Carol Olsen, who man-
ages the gift shop at
Holmes.
"It has been a life source,
being with people," said
Ms. Olsen, a Melbourne
resident. "Some of our vol-
unteers have been here 20
years."
Her auxiliary uses the
money earned at the gift
shop to fund local scholar-
ships and pay for special
projects for hospital staff,
Ms. Olsen said.
Last year, volunteers at
Holmes Regional Medical
Center and Palm Bay Com-
munity Hospital worked
196,681 hours, with an eco-
nomic impact of more than


$3.1 million, said Ms.
O'Connell.
Wuesthoff hospitals and
ancillary offices received
more than $1.3 million
worth of volunteer services
last year, said Ms. Williams..
The demand for volun-
teers is high at all local
hospitals.
"We're really desperate
right now, especially when
the snowbirds are away,"
said West Melbourne resi-
dent Jeanette D'Amico, who
volunteers in the Heart
Center gift shop at Holmes.
"We have so many ages,
even people in wheel-
chairs, who are volunteers.
All it takes is four hours a
week."
Most hospital auxiliaries
ask for a nominal time
commitment of three-to-
four hours per week, but
many volunteers con-


tribute more than the mini-
mum.
Training is provided for
volunteers at all hospital
locations.
For information about
volunteering at a nearby
hospital, call:
(321) 434-8519 for
Holmes Regional Medical
Center.
(321) 434-8076 for Palm
Bay Community Hospital.
(321) 799-7167 for Cape
Canaveral Hospital.
(321) 637-2603 for
Wuesthoff Medical Centers
in Rockledge and Mel-
bourne.
(321) 268-6111 for Parrish
Medical Center in Titusville.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or e-
mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
newsol com.


Volunteers needed for FPL Coastal Cleanup


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The Florida Power and Light Coastal
Cleanup in Brevard County is sched-
uled Sept. 15 at 15 check-in sites from
Sebastian Inlet State Park to the Merritt
Island National Wildlife Refuge.
In addition to cleaning up the coast-
lines and islands, the event also serves
as the annual data gathering event for


the Ocean Conservancy. Visit
www. Ocean Concervancy.org for infor-
mation.
Sites that need help are Marina Park,
Titusville, boats needed; Haulover
Canal, Merritt Island National Wildlife
Reserve; Kelly Park, Merritt Island,
boats. needed; Cherie Down Park,
Cape Canaveral; Shepard Park, Cocoa
Beach; LoriWilson Park, Cocoa Beach;
Ramp Road Park, boats needed;


Pier/Central, Patrick Air Force Base;
Jon Jorgensen Landing, Grant, boats
needed; Pelican Beach Park, Satellite
Beach; Howard Futch Park, Paradise
Beach; Ocean ,Ayenue Beach,, MeIl-
bourne Beach; Coconut Point Beach,
Melbourne Beach; and Sebastian Inlet
State Park.
For information, visit www.keep-
brevardbeautiful or call (321) 631-
0501.


WEEK IN

REVIEW


Melbourne Police arrest six
in prostitution detail

MELBOURNE Melbourne Police Department's
Special Operations Unit arrested six people as a result
of a prostitution detail, Aug. 21.
Heather Workman, 28, address unknown, was
charged with sale of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a
church, possession, with intent to sell, possession of
cocaine and solicitation for prostitution.
Jessica Ann Lutz, 28, of Indialantic, was charged
with prostitution.
Andy Thomas Brawand, 24, of Melbourne, was
charged with prostitution and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Chester Ames Byrd, 28, of Melbourne, was charge
with sale or delivery of cocaine and possession of
cocaine.
Latora Francina Mack, 24, of Palm Bay, was charged
with possession of cannabis under 20 grams.
Terry Lee Williams, 34, of Palm Bay, was charged
with sale or delivery of cocaine and possession of
cannabis under 20 grams.
The special detail was conducted throughout Mel-
bourne, said Melbourne Police Department public
information specialist Jill Frederiksen.
"There were about 15 detectives and officers
involved," said Ms. Frederiksen. "They do these
details every few months."
The suspects were taken to Melbourne Police
Department for booking, then transported to jail,
said Ms. Frederiksen.
Photos of the suspects are available at www.mel-
boirneflorida.org/do,'nload.

Space shuttle returns home

CAPE CANAVERAL The seven-member crew of
Space Shuttle Endeavor returned to Kennedy Space
Center Aug. 21 after a 13-day trip in space, where they
worked on the International Space Station.
It was the 22nd shuttle flight to the space station.
The crew's work included delivering a third starboard
truss segment to the station, according to NASA
information.
The next shuttle launch from KSC is targeted for
Tuesday, Oct. 23. The crew of Space Shuttle Discovery
plans to deliver a connecting module to the space
station that will increase the orbiting laboratory's
interior space, according to NASA.

Gas prices almost 20 cents
lower than a year ago

The average price of a gallon of regular-grade
unleaded gasoline in Florida was $2.73 on Friday,
Aug. 24, compared to the average price of $2.91 one
year ago, according to AAA's daily fuel gauge report.
The national average price of a gallon of regular-
grade unleaded gas was $2.76 on Aug. 24, compared
to the national average price of $2.90 one year ago,
according to the association.
The association's fuel gauge report can be viewed
online at http://www.fuelgaugereport.com/.
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Hospice seeks teens
to volunteer
WEST MELBOURNE A
Teens Linking Lives training
session 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat-


urday, Sept. 1, at the Hos-
pice of Health First office,
1900 Dairy Road.
Teens will learn how to
help those nearing death.
To reserve a space, call the
volunteer coordinator at


(321) 952-0494.

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bourne Area Federated
Republican Women will
s to meet at 11:30 a.m. Wednes- 4
day, Sept. 5, at The At Ease
)men Club Restaurant, Indian
River Colony Club, 6205
Mel- Murrell Road.
State Sen. Bill Posey will
speak on the insurance leg-
islation that took effect July
1 and the property tax
amendment that will be on
., the January ballot.
Reservations are needed..
Call Barbara Davis at (321)
727-1212 or visit www.mel-
bournegopwomen.org.

Basic genealogy
classes begin Sept. 5

The Genealogical Society
of South Brevard will con-
duct a basic genealogy class.
Classes meet 6:30-8:30
p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5 to
Oct. 24, at Melbourne Public
Library, 540 E. Fee Ave.
Cost is $30, which includes
all class materials and a
year's membership in the
society.
For registration and infor-
mation, call (321) 953-8373.
For details, visit
www.GSSB.us.

Dena Taylor,
quartet perform
00's in free concert
ning MELBOURNE Vocalist
Dena Taylor and her quartet
will perform a free concert
3-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, in
the Wickham Park
Amphitheater.
Ms. Taylor sings jazz and
.com blues. Ron Teixeira, key-
boards, is known in Brevard
County as the house piano
player at Heidi's Jazz Club.
Also performing are Johnny
Fitz on bass and Dave Dun-
scombe on drums.
Bring picnics, blankets
and chairs.
The event is sponsored by
aern, WFIT 89.5 FM and Brevard
County Parks and Recre-


ation Department. For
information, call (321) 674-
8950.

Childbirth
classes offered

MELBOURNE Two
childbirth classes are
offered.
For information on either,
call (321) 252-4573.
The first will meet 6:30-9
p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5 to
Oct. 3, at the Women's Cen-
ter, 1425 Aurora Road.
The second will meet 6:30-
9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6 to
Oct. 4, at the Babcock Cen-
ter, 3661 Babcock St.

Blanchard schedules
open meetings

WEST MELBOURNE -
Council member Virginia
Blanchard is planning a
series of opening meetings
9-11 a.m. first and third
Thursday starting Sept. 6 at
the West Melbourne Library,
2755 Wingate Blvd.
Residents are urged to
come and share ideas.
Ms. Blanchard will com-
plete her second term on
the council in November,
when she will run for mayor.

Progressive
Alliance learns
about stem cells

The Space Coast Progres-
sive Alliance will meet 6:30-
9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6, at
the Hester Wagner Commu-
nity Center, Melbourne Vil-
lage.
David Carroll, associate
professor o biological sci-
ences at Florida Institute of
Technology, will discuss
stem cells.
For information, visit
www.spacecoastprogres-
sivealliance.org or call (321)
961-1089.

Moms of preschoolers
meet Sept. 6


Mothers of Preschoolers
will meet 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Thursday, Sept. 6, at Hope
Episcopal Church, 190
Interlachen Road, Mel-
bourne.
Mothers of children ages
birth through 6 are invited.
There will be food, fellow-
ship, speakers, crafts and
more.
Childcare is provided.
For information, call (321)
259-5810.

Collectors group
meets Sept. 7

The Brevard Antiques and
Collectors Club will resume
monthly meetings at 10 a.m.
Friday, Sept. 7, in the Sun-
tree/Viera Library, 902 Jor-


dan Blass Drive, Melbourne.
Those who attend are
asked to bring one item for
study. Call Linda at (321)
752-4610 for information.

Shrines plan
'Black, White Ball'

A Black and White Ball is
planned Friday, Sept. 7, in
the Shriners Center, 1591 W.
Eau Gallie Blvd.
The event marks the 25th
anniversary of the Azan
Shrine Center.
Social hour will be 6-7 p.m.
Dinner will be served 7-8
p.m. Dancing begins at 8
p.m. and will continue until
10p.m.
Music will be by the 20-
piece Swingtime Jazz Band.
Dress is optional, business
or formal.
Admission is $25 a person.
Tickets are required. Call
(321) 259-5302 for informa-
tion.

Waves unit to
meet Sept. 8

The Space Coast Unit 75 of
WAVES National will met
10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8,
at the At Ease Club, Indian
River Colony Club, Murrell
Road, Viera.
The social hours starts at
10:30 a.m., business meet-
ing at 11 a.m. and lunch at
noon. The program will be
"Tales of the Summer."
All discharged, retired and
active women from all the
sea services are welcome.
For information, call Joyce
Batti at (321) 751-0108.

Learn about Rossetter
House at program

The South Brevard Histori-
cal Society is planning a spe-
cial event at 3 p.m. Saturday,
Sept. 8, at the Melbourne
Public Library, 540 E. Fee
Ave., Melbourne.
A slide show and talk will
be presented by Amanda
Vaughan on the historic
Rossetter House and family
in Eau Gallie. She is the
curator of the Rossetter
House Museum.
Admission is free.
For information, call (321)
723-0625 or (321) 723-6835.

Author to speak
on wildflowers

The Conradina Chapter of
Florida Native Plant Society
is planning a discussion on
"Southeastern Coastal
Plains Wildflowers."
The event will be at 7 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 10, in the
Melbourne Public Library,
540 E. Fee Ave.
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Editor's note: This is a
list of arrests, not convic-
tions, and all arrestees are
presumed innocent unless
or until proven guilty in a
court of law.

Melbourne Police
Department

Joshua Kenneth Cooper,
23, of 1872 Southland St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 17 with burglary, petty
theft and possession of
cocaine.
Joseph Vincent Hollister,
38, of 1042 Sea Grape Drive,
No. 4, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 18 with assault
and assault-domestic vio-
lence.
Jonathan M. Keel, 39, of
507 Roberts St., Melbourne,
was charged Aug. 18 with
possession of cocaine.
Tonya Reidy 27, of 4291
Plompton Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 18
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Rico Dewan Simpkins,
31, of 3422 James St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 18
with failure to appear, pos-
session of cocaine with
intent to sell, possession of
cocaine, three counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia and two counts of
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Shawn Gregory Rains,
35, of 2280 Woodwind Trail,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 19 with being a habitu-
al traffic offender driving
with a suspended license.
David Louis Gray, 22, of
2175 Emerson Drive, Palm
Bay, was charged Aug. 20
with being a habitual traffic
offender driving with a sus-
pended license.
Chester Amos Byrd, 28,
of 3011 Monroe St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 21
with two counts of posses-
sion of cocaine, two counts
of sale of cocaine and two
counts of failure to appear.
Howard Earl Dewitt, 26,
of 522 Burr St., Melbourne,


was charged Aug. 21 with
fleeing/attempting to elude
a police officer, no valid dri-
ver's license and resisting
arrest without violence.
Terry Lee Williams, 33, of
719 Highland Ave. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Aug.
21 with sale of cocaine, pos-
session of marijuana and
violation of probation.
Ning Li, 37, of 1020 Hid-
den Harbour Drive, Unit Dl,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 22 with battery-domes-
tic violence and child abuse.
Stephanie Lynn McGraw,
40, of 629 Lund Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 22
with burglary and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Jesse Lawrence Moore,
37, of 739 Japonica Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 22 with felony driving
under the influence and
refusal to take a breath test.
Anna Robinson, 36, of
2736 Carlson Circle, No. 101,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 22 with battery-domes-
tic violence and aggravated
assault-domestic violence.
James Ware Alphonsia,
51, of 19 Ella St., Unit B, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 23
with battery-domestic vio-
lence and resisting arrest
without violence.
Lacey Ann Ditta, 18, of
7808 Shadowwood Drive,
West Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 23 with pos-,
session of a controlled sub-
stance.
Michelle Flowers, 31, of
1670 Gadsden Ave. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Aug.
23 with grand theft and
obtaining goods, service,
credit or money by invalid
means.
Jon L. Floyd, 40, of 1091
Garfield St., Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 23 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Ulrich Habedank, 41, of
2487 Sarno Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 23
with battery-domestic vio-
lence and aggravated
assault-domestic violence.
Allison Y. Miller, 38, of
2456 Andrews Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 23


with possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession
of a controlled substance
and tampering with evi-
dence.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Matthew McLeod, 18, of
1140 Bailey Lane, West Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 17
with burglary.
Pablo Luis Torres Gonza-
lez, 20, of 1439 Wake Forest
Road, Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 21 with grand
theft, fraudulent use of a
credit card, five counts of
burglary, five counts of
criminal mischief and four
counts of petty theft.
Jennifer Dagman
Skowronski, 22, of 1245
Palm Bay Road, Palm Bay,
was charged Aug. 21 with
being a habitual traffic
offender.
Steven Garrett Stoddard,
44, of 2020 Harlock Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 21 with attempting to
solicit or conspire, kidnap-
ping, battery and two
counts of sexual battery.
Ashley Marie Willems,
20, of 3131 Mary St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug. 22
with seven counts of posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Boyd Lamar Fuller, 22, of
302 Georgetown Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
17 with two counts of viola-
tion of probation, failure to
appear, possession of
cocaine, possession of mar-
ijuana, possession of drug
paraphernalia,
fleeing/attempting to elude
a police officer, habitual
traffic offender driving with
a suspended license and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Ashly Daniel Johnson,
28, of 877 Ulla Drive, Sun-
tree, was charged Aug. 17


with possession of cocaine,
tampering with evidence
and resisting arrest without
violence.
JeremyTroy Kautz, 19, of
1440 Parkway Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
17 with burglary, posses-
sion of burglary tools and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Adam James Pynn, 18, of
1351 Cherryhill Road, Palm
Bay, was charged Aug. 17
with violation of probation,
burglary and grand theft.
Gerald Samples, 40, of
481 Coconut Drive, Indi-
alantic, was charged Aug.
17 with failure to appear
and aggravated battery.
Yolanda Wimmer, 35, of
725 Serenade St. N.W, Palm
Bay, was charged Aug. 18
with two counts of violation
of community control.
Roger Hunt, 46, of 2730
S.R. A1A, Melbourne Beach,
was charged Aug. 20 with
battery-domestic violence.
Brandon Dyshon
McDade, 20, of 1245 Rolling
Rock Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 20 with bat-
tery-domestic violence, no
motor vehicle registration
and two counts of failure to
appear.
Tywan Trevel Obara, 31,
of 2611 Lipscomb St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
20 with fleeing/attempting
to elude a police officer,
grand theft, driving with a
suspended license and
reckless driving.
Leaundrea Parker, 23, of
850 Buttonwood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 20 with felony battery,
battery on a law-enforce-
ment officer and resisting
arrest with violence.
Melvyn Ernest Redhead,
28, of 1999 Waukesha Ave.,
Palm Bay, was charged Aug.
20 with driving with a sus-
pended license and two
counts of the sale of
cocaine.
Matthew Robert Rem-
boski, 25, of 1218 Torring-
ton Drive S.E., Palm Bay,
was charged Aug. 20 with
battery-domestic violence.


Kristina M. Bomia, 22,
of 1710 Anchorage Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 21 with battery-
domestic violence and vio-
lation of release condition.
Marcia Amber Drane,
21, of 1929 Washington
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 21 with felony
failure to appear.
Kevin John McCullagh,
44, of 2774 Player Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Aug. 21 with violation of
probation, trafficking in
stolen property, four counts
of possession of a con-
trolled substance and three
counts of ;possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Amanda Marie Peter-
son, 21, of 895 Kalif Ave.
S.W., Palm Bay, was charged
Aug. 21 with violation of
community control.
Fernando A. Gonzalez,
21, of 946 Levitt Parkway,
Rockledge, was charged
Aug. 22 with possession of
cocaine, fleeing/attempting
to elude a police officer,
driving with a suspended
license, resisting arrest
without violence and felony
violation of probation.
Timothy C. Lockhart, 20,
of 1102 Kenmore Ave. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Aug.
22 with fraudulent use of a
credit card, four counts of
forgery and two counts of
petty theft.
Bryan Adam Potter, 23,
of 2201 Dunbar Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged Aug. 22
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Gallo Quintero, 40, of
1378 Illinois St., Palm Bay,
was charged Aug. 22 with
being a fugitive from jus-


tice.
Michael Lee Scott, 33, of
9007 Scarsdale Court, Unit
E, West Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 22 with grand
theft.
Wayne Alan Tornatore,
31, of 1190 Cable Road N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged Aug.
22 with violation of proba-
tion, possession of marijua-
na with intent to sell, pos-
session of marijuana,
possession of a controlled
substance without a valid
prescription and three
counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Christine Rene Wright,
21, of 2120 Bridal Path, Mel-
bourne, was charged Aug.
22 with felony failure to
appear.
Matthew Lee Bernhart,
18, of 488 Penguin Drive,
Satellite Beach, was
charged Aug. 22 with grand
theft auto and three counts
of burglary.
Thomas Jonathan
Archer, 23, of 2283 Wind-
ham Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Aug. 23 with bur-
glary and aggravated bat-
tery.
Ricky McKinnis, 39, of
466 Fountain Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged Aug. 23
with possession of cocaine
and driving with a suspend-
ed license.
Aaragone Matthew
Quiroga, 29, of 702 Geary
St. S.W., Palm Bay, was
charged Aug. 23 with grand
theft.
Patrick Tusurre Revel,
27, of 363 Gastin St. S.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Aug.
23 with being a habitual
traffic offender driving with
a suspended license.


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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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


Sign holders don't help home sellers
I notice when I am driving down the street and I look over
at the corner and I see someone holding this huge sign that
said, "Beautiful luxurious homes for sale in the $300,000
range."
The guy is sitting on a stool, smoking a cigarette, looks ...
sweaty, nasty, horrible.
Sometimes they just prop the sign up and sit in their cars.
It's just ridiculous.
(I've) never seen anything quite like it.
Then at another corner, same thing.
(This is) just a horrible way to sell a house. I just don't
know how that's helping their business.

Tyler Sirois keeps District 32 running
Let me bring to everyone's attention that Tyler Sirois, leg-
islative assistant for District 32, is doing an excellent job up
in Tallahassee while Rep. (Bob) Allen is undergoing scruti-
ny.
(Mr. Sirois) has been most helpful in working problems,
finding information and helping set up appointments with
other officials.
I know he must be under a lot of stress, so all the support
we can give him would be a great thing.
This young man is a true professional and because of that,
District 32 is not an empty office.

Democrats out of step with
majority on immigration
Despite their claims of being in touch with the American
voters regarding illegal immigration, the liberal Democratic
Party remains out of step with the views and values of my
country.
A recent poll (asked), "Do you believe in amnesty for ille-
gal immigrants living in the United States?"
The vote was 8.74 percent in favor and 91.46 percent
against
On Aug. 2, Democrats maneuvered to forcibly reverse the
outcome of a vote that would have barred illegal immi-
grants from receiving taxpayer-funded benefits. After a
majority of the House initially passed the measure barring
illegal immigrants from receiving taxpayer funded hand-
outs, the Democratic leaders stepped in to strong-arm their
politically vulnerable members into switching their votes
and deliver benefits for illegals.
This is just another attempt of Nancy Pelosi's Democrat-
run House of Representatives attempting to run roughshod
over the will of the American people.

Display of Cuban flag irks ranter
This is to the 24-year-old American mother of Cuban par-
ents who wanted to know why there is so much animosity
toward Cubans in Florida.
Let me tell you firsthand what your parents obviously did
not tell you.
I'm one of the (more than) 2 million Miami refuges (who)
fled their beloved Miami when hordes of Cubans invaded
our country when they begged to be rescued from (the)
communist dictatorship of Cuba.
These Cuban refugees didn't arrive here waving the com-
munist Cuban flag, but said they would swear allegiance to
the USA and would love and honor the USA and obey the
laws and learn the American language.
Instead, what they did was demand their rights, pushed
and pushed, lied, stole, and even changed the beautiful
name of Miami to Little Havana.
They also caused the biggest crime wave ever to hit
Miami.
The (more than) 2 million fleeing Miami refugees who
refused to put up with the ungrateful aliens left Miami as
soon and as fast as they could.
A very popular saying 25 and 30 years ago that you and
many other people who are too young to remember was
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bring the American flag."
That was not funny, but a slap in the American face.
Within the first couple of years after the Cuban invasion
started, these "un-American" Cuban Americans began wav-
ing Castro's Cuban battle flag instead of their new adopted
country's "Stars and Stripes" and these ungrateful Cuban
Americans have been waving that flag every day since. They
even have the nerve to wave Castro's flag on the Fourth of
July. One of these Cuban flags is waving over the Freedom
Tower in Miami right now.
(Those) Cuban Americans (who) refuse to wave the "Stars
and Stripes" why don't they just go back to Cuba where it is
supposed to be waved.

Congress won't listen to
voters about immigration
I've read so many good letters in your "Rants & Raves" and
clipped them out.
Now, to respond to what I've absorbed and feel strongly
about.
Right now, we have a Congress and Senate that have done
nothing more than vote themselves a raise for doing noth-
ing four days a week.
They have as many days off as they deem necessary.
One issue I see skirted is illegal immigration.
They don't speak the language and are paid under the
table, with no money going to Social Security, food stamps
and other do-gooder programs.
My mom's side of the family came here in the early 1700s,
when there were no immigration policies. My dad's side
came here in the 1870s. They had to learn English, learn
civics and prepare to be an American. A health checkup was
required.
An admitted illegal asked me if I had "papers" for myself.
I was born here, was in the U.S. Naval Reserve and have a
license and Social Security card.
I am quite Jeffersonian in my beliefs. The less federal gov-
ernment, the better.
We are at a pivotal point. Please realize that our so-called
government employees think they know more (than we do).
They do, because they won't give us all the information. This
amounts to taxation without representation. Wasn't there
some revolution about that?
I have written my senators and congressmen. It's either no
response or a form letter (in return).
Look, the countries (that) criticize us on our immigration
policy. They have not stepped forward to take anyone into
their countries.
The U.S. of A. is not a haven for the hordes. We pay, they
slide.
There was never an open-door policy.

It's time to fire Congress
Is anyone in Washington doing their job?
First of all Congress is a part-time job, in my opinion, and
their excellent benefits are paid for by the taxpayers.
Every time you turn around they are on a break and just
prior to the break, they are rushing to get things passed and
have even admitted they don't read the bills.
Meanwhile, they vote themselves raises. I guess they read
that bill.


Don't forget, we pay their office expenses, staff salaries,
travel expenses, mailings, etc. It seems after they are elect-
ed, all they want to do is raise money for their next cam-
paign.
So let's all contact our alleged representatives and let them
know we are on to them. Any congressman or senator who
has been in office for two terms should go.
Some have been there for 30 years or more. I guess they
are the only ones in America with job security.
What a joke on us all.

Pending storms prompt
thoughts of arid climes
The tropics are getting busy, and the weather people on
every Orlando television station have that twinkle in their
eyes.
I hope I'm wrong, but can these stations be that money-
and ratings-hungry and want Central Florida to have a hur-
ricane?
If anyone in their right mind wants us to have a hurricane,
go to New Orleans and see the destruction still left from Kat-
rina.
They (should) realize that there are more important things
than ratings.
We don't need another 2004 season, and if it happens, I'll
tell you where I'm going. It's got seven letters: Arizona.

Tug of war over tree trimming proves futile
What do you have against trees?
Its pointless, I'm sure, but this is what I wanted to scream
at the county tree trimmers who just finished hacking away
at our front trees that hung over the street.
I told them that we pay to have the trees maintained and
make sure that we maintain clearance while still being
aesthetically pleasing.
In an effort to reach some compromise, I asked them to
please use some judgment when they did their job of meet-
ing minimum height requirements (they claim 18 feet) for
the school buses, FPL utility vehicles, etc.
That's when they said the phrase that irks me the most,
"I'm not paid to think."
As my blood boiled, I tried to explain that it's been years
since the last time our trees were trimmed like this and they
still show the battle scars.
Rather than "think," they called their supervisor and
stopped all work.
Not one, but two supervisors showed up and began telling
me that this is what they are paid to do and they had the
right to remove anything clear back to the sidewalk.
It was now four against one as they paced off how far back
from the street they really should cut.
Obviously, they have used this tactic many times before to
scare off the homeowner.
Needless to say, it worked and I was forced to back off and
watch as my neighbors' and my professionally pruned trees
were butchered and our mailbox smashed to boot.
In the discussion, the apparent ranking supervisor said if
he lived here he'd remove all of these trees and be done with
it.


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Letters


Haridopolos doesn't
deserve Senate
leadership role
To the editor:
Sen. (Mike) Haridopolos is
said to be poised to become
speaker of the Florida Sen-
ate, but first there are
issues which must be
addressed regarding his


questionable attempts to
contribute not only to the
26th District, but to the
state of Florida.
His efforts on behalf of
telephone companies to
increase rates have result-
ed in ongoing court cases,
in order to ease the burden
on consumers.
A proposal by him to
eliminate hard copy, in
favor of electronic report-


ing to the legislators, fell
into an abyss.
With the support of the
sugar industry, he pushed
to lower phosphorous lev-
els in the Everglades,
obfuscating his claim to
preserve clean water.
Perhaps his reputation as
a full-salaried Brevard
Community College
teacher, who doesn't teach,
but is kept on the payroll as


he writes a book, fostered
his sponsorship of a bill to
plaster school buses with
rolling advertisements.
Why would this purport-
ed proponent of protecting
pristine Florida from blight
sponsor a bill to prevent
trees from being planted
within 500 feet of bill-
boards?
Despite his chairman-
ship of the Tax and Finance


Committee during the
budget debacle, he was
forced to defer to Sen.
(Daniel) Webster in order
to bring to a close the criti-
cal matters affecting all
Floridians, the results of
which are being chal-
lenged as unconstitution-
al.
Considering all of the
above, is he truly the recip-
ient of the support of his


peers for his sought-after
leadership role, or is his
public relations operation
working overtime?
Nancy R. Joseph
Indialantic
Editor's note: Sen. Mike
Haridopolos' office was
offered an opportunity to
respond but declined the
opportunity to do so.


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From page A6
Really wanting to say what a jerk I thought he was, I
reminded him how much cooling shade these trees provide
and that they have buffered hurricane winds from doing any
damage to our house.
In all of the 20 years we've lived here, we have never lost as
much as a shingle. Beside, in pure economic terms, mature
trees have a large influence on property value.
I might as well have talked to the tree.
And the final irony: These guys did not remove any branch-
es that interfered with power lines something that would
actually make sense. They said, "that part is not our job."
So now the FPL utility vehicles can come into our neighbor-
hood unobstructed when the trees break the wires, because
nobody trimmed them for that.
Our poor trees don't have a chance against brains like this.
And you wonder why our taxes keep increasing.

Simple solutions exist for Iraq
People say we need to be in Iraq to stop terrorists.
They are wrong.
Bring our soldiers home, along with the soldiers in Japan
and Korea, and guard the Mexican and Canadian borders.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure this out.
We can use (ethanol) to fuel our cars, so we won't have to
use oil from countries who hate us.
We could also buy goods made on American soil.
Our country would be safer, (our fuel) would be cheaper,
our economy would be like (in) the 1960s, and everyone
would have a job.

Response to Republican ranter
This is in response to the person who wrote "What are
Democrats afraid of?" the last six years.
The Republican Party or the president of our nation will
never win the war in Iraq.
The generals have told them the war can't be won, but
Bush and his Republican buddies will not listen.
The president and the Republicans are going against the
people who put them in office.
We want out of Iraq, but they want to bankrupt America.
The Bush White House has already sent $400 billion of
American's tax money on a war that has killed 3,600 soldiers.
Yes, and to respond to you saying Hillary Clinton has never
done anything for the people of our country: Hillary Clinton
tried to get health care for everyone, but the Republicans
voted it down.
I say to that person who asked what Democrats are afraid
of people like you.

What you support today may
be used against you tomorrow
I am writing in response to "What are Democrats afraid
of?" and the absurd notion that the Democrats are playing
into the hands of the terrorists.
First of all, let's be reminded that many of our liberties
have been eroded since Sept. 11. Allowing the government
to wiretap without any oversight is playing directly into the
terrorists' hands.
They are laughing at us from afar, watching us take off our
shoes at the airport and watching our country go bankrupt.
True, most good people are not concerned if their calls are
monitored, but giving this power to the government with no
leash is a slippery slope.
Don't forget you could- get called away with no charges
(and) kept in prison indefinitely if suspected with no rights.
The government can also come to your home and take you
away if you refuse a vaccination. This i-in the Homieland
Security Act.
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The Democrats are not soft on terrorism. They are protect-
ing your rights.
Please stop twisting the situation and learn the facts. Any
unscrupulous bureaucrat can peak in on you and all of your
personal information. Who is to say that all of this ballyhoo
about terrorism and wiretapping isn't a ruse to get the dirt
on a political enemy.
Be careful what policy you defend in the war on terror, it
could come back to bite you in the butt.

Make politicians take lie detector tests
It doesn't take a genius to figure out what is wrong with
American today?
The president, Congress and the Senate are selling the
American workers out to foreign countries for campaign
donations from corporations.
In return, they close their plants and move to China, Mexi-
co and Pakistan.
Then they bring their products back at a cheaper price and
make more money.
I am not saying that all of our leaders or corporations are
crooks, but most of them are.
Politicians need to take a lie detector test every six months
so we would know if we were being sold out.

Forget car ads, get rid of the sex, alcohol ads
This is to the person who wrote, "Just get rid of all the car
commercials."
With exception to the car manufacturers touting how fast
and powerful their machines are on the streets, I find them
less offensive than the other commercials. Car commercials
are the least of our worries, folks.
Thanks to the power of the almighty dollar, the moral val-
ues of our nation have sunk to an all-time low. Every 10 min-
utes or so, we (our children included) are bombarded with
such products as Trojan condoms, Levitra, Cyalis, Encyte,
etc., and like-products for women which only serve to pro-
mote sexual arousal and promiscuity.
I am no prude, but human sexuality problems and cures
should not be on public display. Such advertisements
should be in doctor's offices.
Let us look at some other commercials that need to be got-
ten rid of. Lingerie ads (Victoria's Secret, etc.) parade beauti-
ful, scantily clad young women, which to a sex predator is
like waving a red flag at a bull. Diet food programs do the
same thing, claiming a way to look sexy.
Finally, yet importantly, beer and hard liquor commercials
are all geared to partying with beautiful women and hand-
some men. No one gives a thought about the number of
highway fatalities by DUIs or the families wrecked (finan-
cially, mentally and physically) by alcoholism. If cigarettes
were bad to be banned from public advertising, why
shouldn't alcohol?
So much more could be said about the commercials flood-
ing our television programming and in the faces of our chil-
dren. The line between responsible moral attitudes and
unacceptable, immoral behavior has been intentionally
blurred, and our children are falling into the trap of illicit
sex, alcohol, drugs and crime.
The blame lies with the TV networks, the advertisers and
everyone who buys into these products. It is time for the TV
networks to clean up their act (their shows and advertising).
To the advertisers, I say, "Shame on you."
Shame on all of us who don't hold these companies
responsible for the lousy influence they are peddling.

Everyone must work to stop identity theft
I (am a recent victim of) identity theft.
,I was notified by a credit card company. They recom-
mended I contact credit bureau agencies and have a con-
sumer statement added, to my, credit file.
I have never in all my many years have had anything bad
like this happen.


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U.N. to blame with early end of Gulf War
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While it's true that George H.W. Bush declared a cease fire 0
(during the Persian Gulf War, he was under a mandate from *
the United Nations.
We were not alone over there, and that's the reason they =
had to stop at the Iran border. V
Editor's note: This item was in response to the rant,
"Appeasement won't work in gulf" In that item, the writer w
states, "If you liberals would have left the military alone dur- (
ing the first Gulf War, we wouldn't be there now, and I highly w
doubt we (would) have had as much trouble with terrorists "
as we do now."
According to the MacroHistory Web site, www.fsmitha.com,
"The Bush administration's declared goal was to liberate
Kuwait from the Iraqis. That was the mandate provided by
the United Nations."

Legal immigrants do pay taxes
(In response) to the article, "U.S. simply cannot afford ille- o
gal immigrants."
I am a permanent resident, I am an immigrant, but I am Z
not a citizen. '
It says here that immigrants do not have to pay taxes. Well
I am a permanent resident and I do have to pay taxes. r

Woman in white sedan a menace on road
As I was turning left onto Babcock Street from Port Mal-
abar (Boulevard) July 29 about 4:15 p.m. my car was struck
by a woman in a white sedan who ran the red light heading
south on Babcock.
She stopped on the south side of Port Malabar (Boulevard),
inspected her car, talked to someone on the sidewalk and then
drove off before the police arrived.
If I had not seen her coming and tried to get out of her way I
would have been broad-sided and probably killed.'
I am lucky to be alive; only the bumper is damaged. I hope
the next time she runs a red light someone else will be as lucky.
If anyone knows this woman or her tag number, please
contact the Palm Bay police and refer to crash report
4266185.

Why worry about end of 'no fault' insurance?
I do not understand all the flack about the end of manda-
tory "no fault" insurance.
Writers keep bemoaning the fact that after the legal
requirement expires, people will have no insurance.
Why not?
It will still be available to be purchased voluntarily and,
so the insurers say- at less cost.

Computer solution is in the alphabet soup
After the disaster of Vista, some people are saying maybe I
should go to a Mac,
For those who don't know, the Mac's current operating sys-
tem, OS X, is literally UNIX. It's been recently certified, and
is completely based on FreeBSD, and just has a Mac GUI.
Linux is UNIX, too. And you can choose which GUI, and
eye candy, you like best.
All versions of Unix run X-Windows, so they've all got the
graphical GUIs you're used to.
(By the way), with X, there's a "window server" that's X
itself and a "window manager" that provides the general
'look and feel. There's even one window manager named
fvwm2. They try to deny it stands for "feeble virtual window
manager" (yes, really), and it looks like Win95.
* Editor's note: Actually Windows 95 was an attempt to look
more like a Mac operating system environment, not the other
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p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11 at the
Courtyard by Marriott, 3425
N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach.
Darlene Hardister-
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Young Professionals
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The Young Professionals of
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international honor.
The strategic plan devel-
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Women's Center
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MELBOURNE Brevard
residents are invited to the
Women's Center Career
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11, at the Henegar Center
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Haven Ave.
The expo hopes to provide
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Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q.
The Melbourne location,
150 Sheriff Road, is the first
new Sonny's prototype in
Brevard County. It is
designed with a full service
liquor bar, an outside patio,
a drive-thru, more space in
the dining room and many
design changes.
The new location will pro-
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Mammographies,
lab services available
Saturday
MELBOURNE Health
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phy screening appoint-
ments 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
every other Saturday at its
Melbourne location, 1051 S.
Hickory St.
Also, the center will offer
lab services 8 a.m. to noon
Saturday, with no appoint-
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offered include routine lab
work and cardiovascular
testing. Additional services
offered Monday through
Friday include general radi-
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ultrasound, and Dexa bone
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Cancer Center
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE While
some screen installers pray
for a big storm to create
more work, Greg Oates
banks on a solid reputation
to grow his business.
"We don't want another
hurricane," said Mr. Oates,
president of Affordable
Screening and Aluminum
Repairs. "I don't want to
make somebody wait a year
and a half for a new screen."
Mr. Oates learned a lot
during the 2004 and 2005
hurricane seasons. High
demand pushed material
and installation prices
through the roof, said Mr.
Oates. Labor and supply
shortages created long lead
times before customers
could repair screens.
Mr. Oates resisted the
urge to sign on more cus-
tomers than his company
could properly service, cit-
ing a golden rule of busi-
ness.
"If you do a good job, cus-
tomers will tell five people,"
said Mr. Oates. "If you do a
bad job, they'll tell 20."
Mr. Oates also learned a
lot about preventing dam-
age during a windstorm
while watching his own
screen enclosure during the
storms.
'"A hurricane definitely
will do some damage," he
said.
Mr. Oates saw his own
enclosure survive three
storms, though it sub-
stained some damage dur-
ing the final hours of Hurri-
cane Jeanne. By the end, he
was convinced that his poli-
cy of installing sturdier
products than code requires
is a good one.
He also discovered an
interesting trick to help pre-
serve screen enclosures as a
storm approaches.
When wind-driven rain
hits screens, the water can
create a thin sheet across
the screen, preventing wind
from passing through. The
pressure from the wind can
push the screen like a sail,
resulting in tears, or worse,
a collapse of the framing,
Mr. Oates said.
When Mr. Oates noticed
pressure was building up on
his screens, he went out in
the storm and cut a large


"X" in several panels to
allow air to flow through
more freely.
The move saved his
framework, but some
screens needed to be
replaced after the storm.
Mr. Oates suggests cus-
tomers consider a less
destructive tip next time a
major hurricane approach-
es. Homeowners can safely
detach the screen from the
frame with a simple proce-
dure, which he can demon-
strate.
After the storm passes,
Mr. Oates' staff can reinstall
the screen on the undam-
aged frame.
One of the reasons so
many screens were dam-
aged during the past storm
season was the use of unli-
censed contractors, Mr.
Oates said.
"People should ; do
research online," he said.
"Check the credentials of
any contractor at
wtvw. myfloridalicense.com.
Shoddy workmanship and
inferior materials can cause
premature failure of
screened enclosures, Mr.
Oates said.
Mr. Oates also encourages
homeowners to look at
complaint listings and
check referrals.
"We've done 5,000 jobs
without one complaint," he
said.
Experienced installers
and sales staff result in sat-
isfied customers, Mr. Oates
said.
Mr. Oates started building
screen enclosures 20 years
ago, right after graduating
from Palm Bay High School.
"I worked in the labor
force myself," said Mr.
Oates. "It took me a while to
learn everything, but you
have to put in the time."
The rest of the Affordable
Screening team reflects Mr.
Oates' values. Many have
been with him since he
started the company.
"You've got to find people
who care," he said. "Then
you have to do right by
them."
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Flori-
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for a fundraising raffle.
Topline has donated a complete stain-
less steel kitchen appliance package con-
sisting of a 26 cubic foot side-by-side
refrigerator, convection glass-top range,
over the range microwave and sanitizing
dishwasher.
Also, some of Topline's suppliers will
donate other appliances, which will also
be raffled.
Tickets are $5 each. A limited number of


tickets will be sold. The drawing will be
Sept. 8 at the Topline Appliance Super-
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bourne.
Tickets are available at any Topline loca-
tion, Cocoa, Merritt Island and Mel-
bourne; at the Big Brothers Big Sisters
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Two youths, children of employees at Har-
ris Corp. in Brevard County, have won that
company's 2007 Merit Scholarships.
They are Becca Love of Palm Bay High
School and Scott Turner, who attended The
Benjamin School in West Palm Beach


The scholarship, for $2,000 annually for
up to four years of undergraduate study, is
given to children of employees who are
National Merit Scholarship winners.
Ms. Love will attend Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity in Baltimore.
Mr. Turner, will attend the University of
Texas in Austin.


Bethany Hamilton visits Ron Jon Sept. 6


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

COCOA BEACH Bethany Hamilton, the
17-year-old surfer who lost her left arm in a
shark attach four years ago, will make a stop
at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept; 6, at the Ron Jon


Surf Shop, 4151 N. Atlantic Ave.
She will meet fans and sign autographs in
support of three of her products available at
the store: Stoked perfume, Wired cologne
and Stoked lip balm.
For information, call (321) 799-8888 or
visit www.ronjons.com.


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

PALM BAY A local
championship for the 2007
Hyperilite Skyhoundz
Canine Disc Champi-
onships is scheduled at 10
a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at
Palm Bay Regional Park.
Registration will begin at
9:30 am at the park, located
at 1951 Malabar Road NW,


Palm Bay.
There is no entry fee and
admission is free for specta-
tors.
Novice and veteran com-
petitors may compete. All
will receive a free official
Hyperfilte K-10 Competi-
tion Standard flying disc.
The top three teams will
receive awards.
Contestants and their
canine teammates will earn


points for basic throws and
catches, with bonus points
for mid-air catches in the
distance/accuracy event.
The event welcomes mixed
breeds and purebred dogs.
To view learn about the
rules and regulations, visit
www.skyhoundz.com. For
information about the
event, call the South Area
Parks and Recreation Office
at (321)-637-5732.


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United Way of Brevard will
officially kick off its 2007
fundraising drive Thurs-


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Guests will be invited to
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and other celebrity pan-
cake flippers. The event


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The group hopes to raise
$6.3 million in this, its
50th anniversary in sup-
port of 93 programs at 49
local health and human
service agencies.
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2nd Class
John R.
Neal Jr. has .
completed
five years in
the U.S.
Navy and
has re-
enlisted for
an addition- Neal Jr.
al six years.
He will attend weather
forecasting school in Biloxi,
Miss.


He is stationed in Norfolk,
Va.
He is the son of Tamara
Neal of Melbourne and a
2002 graduate of Bayside
High School, Palm Bay.

Daniell A.R. Gorgol

Army Pfc. Daniell A.R.
Gorgol has graduated from
basic combat training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia,
S.C.
He is the son of Rose Gor-
gol of Melbourne and a
2003 graduate of Eau Gallie
High School, Melbourne.


Peter H. Holmes

Peter H. Holmes graduated
from the Army Reserve Offi-
cer Training Corps's Leader
Development and Assess-
ment Course, also known as
"Operation Warrior Forge,"
at Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Wash.
Cadets in their junior and
senior year of college must
complete the leadership
development course.
The cadet is a student at
the University of Kansas,
Lawrence, and the son of
Christine P Holmes of Mel-
bourne.


Brigham K. Roberts

Army Pvt. Brigham K.
Roberts has graduated from
basic combat training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia,
S.C.
Roberts is the son of
Elaine Amato of Palm Bay
and a 2001 graduate of Mel-
bourne High School.


Frank Q. Williams

Air Force Lt. Col. Frank Q.
Williams has retired from
the U.S. Air Force after 23
years of military service.
In recognition of his serv-
ice, he was decorated with
the Defense Meritorious
Service Medal at his retire-
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of Melbourne.

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Following are the events scheduled at the
West Melbourne Public Library:

Environmentally Friendly Landscaping:
10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Sept. 5. Learn
how to grow an attractive landscape while
conserving water and protecting the envi-
ronment. Presenter is Sally Scalera, Univer-
sity of Florida Extension expert. Cost: $5.
* Travels in Kenya: 7 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 12. Frank Perkins shares his experi-
ences on an Earthwatch expedition to
Kenya, where he learned not to fear hitch-
hikers with spears, camel milk spoils faster


when it is covered and you can always fix a
disabled care if there is no alternative. Bush
tea and regular tea will be served in honor of
The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency Series.
Free.
Critter Corner: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept.
26. Rangers from Erna Nixon Park will bring
frogs, turtles and snakes and discuss how to
get along with these animals who live in our
backyards. Free.

The West Melbourne Public Library is
located at 2755 Wingate Blvd., for Septem-
ber.
To register or for information, call (321)
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it were our own," he said.
The company's roots in'
the community are further
underscored by their phil-
anthropic efforts.
During the summer
months, the company
donated $250 from each
project of $5,000 or more to
the American Red Cross,
said Ann King-Smith, office
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"Now we're giving 5 per-
cent, up to $250, of each
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tion oncology departments
at the University of South-
ern California, the Universi-
ty of Oregon's Health Ser-
vices Center and St.
Elizabeth's Hospital.
Before coming to Mel-
bourne, he implemented
the first image guidance
radiation therapy program
to treat prostate cancer in
Colorado.
For information about the
cancer center, visit
www.mima.com or call
(321) 409-1956, Ext. 714.

Mandese joins
Atlantis Vision Center

INDIAN HARBOUR
BEACH Dr. LeAnn J.
Mandese is joining Dr.
Edward Laibl at Atlantis
Vision Center, 2194 State
RoadAlA.
Her specialties are family
optometry, care and man-
agement of dry eyes, con-
tact lenses and glaucoma
management.
She is a graduate of Nova
University, School of
Optometry, in Miami.

Clinic address new
business ventures

PALM BAY A New Ven-
ture Clinic is planned 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Sept. 28 at Brevard
Community College, 250
Community College Parkway.
The clinic will provide an
overview of business plans,
finance and legal issues,
insurance, record-keeping
and taxes.
Cost is $55 a person.
For reservations, call (321)
433-5570 or visit www.bcc-
training.com.
The clinic is sponsored by
the Florida Small Business
and Development Center at
BCC.


operate on Sunday service schedules. All
other fixed routes will not operate.
Regular fixed route bus service will
resume on Tuesday, Sept. 4.
For information, call (321) 633-1878 or
(321) 952-4672 for South Mainland residents.


month of September, and
new charities will be identi-
fied in upcoming months,
she said.
Affordable Screening and
Aluminum Repairs is locat-
ed at 325 Stan Drive, Mel-
bourne. The company
serves clients throughout
the Space and Treasure
coasts.
For information, call (321)
951-2586 or visit
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A great way to get away
when you live on the
ast Coast of Florida
is to drive to Lake Buena
Vista and the Walt Disney
World area and make a
weekend out of it.
We tend to forget that we
live just over an hour from
one of the most visited
places on this planet.
Shopping, world-class
restaurants, and nightlife
are right at your fingertips.
Yet, you may want to bring
some patience.
When traveling State Road
528 westbound, you will
quickly realize that life is a
little different in Orange and
Osceola counties.
Also, one of the best ways
to have a trouble-free
weekend is to plan ahead.
When looking for hotels,
make sure you speak to a
travel consultant who
knows the Lake Buena
Vista/Disney area, because
there are several types of
accommodations to choose
from.
For a really spectacular,
high-end experience, try
Disney's Grand Floridian.
The Grand Floridian offers
everything under the
Florida sun. You can have
24-hour room service, their
event staff can put together
a last minute romantic
dinner with views of
Cinderella's castle. You can
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Albert's in the resort. This is
prix fix restaurant that offers
each table a "Victoria and
Albert," your private servers
for your dining experience,
and the cuisine is five star.
They also offer a chef's table
that allows you to watch as a
world-class kitchen staff
prepares your meal.
Other dining in the hotel
includes Narcoosees, a
seafood establishment, and
Citricos, a Mediterranean
casual dining restaurant.
For the young ones, the
Grand Floridian has "Tea
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The 1900 Park Fare in the
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Winnie the Pooh. Also,
Cinderella and thue Prince
show up during evening
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The resort has a spa that
takes all the park and traffic
woes away. There are two
pools with one open 24-
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full dining from its wonder-
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Besides private yachts,
you can also rent pontoons
and two-person speed-
boats.
The resort is attached to
Disney's monorail system.
Also, water transportation is
as easy as walking through
the resort and hopping on a
boat. Before you know it,
you're at the front of the
Magic Kingdom.
The Grand Floridian is
Disney's flagship resort, and
is worth every penny.
The next couple of
months are a great time to
go.
Disney has several special
events coming up, such as
the International Food and
Wine Festival from Sept. 28
to Nov. 11. This event takes
place all over property, but
mostly in the Epcot Resort.
During the fall, "Mickey's
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educator of Tallahassee and
southwest Georgia, will
speak.
There will be door prizes,
book sales and signing.
To learn more about Nel-
son, visit
www.gilnelson.com.

Platinum Coast
Chorus plans concerts

The Platinum Coast Cho-
rus has scheduled concerts
for September.
The group will perform at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept.
12, at Suntree Country Club,
1 Country Club Drive, Mel-
bourne, and at 4 p.m. Fri-
day, Sept. 28, at Century
Oaks Retirement Communi-
ty, 4001 Stack Blvd., Mel-
bourne.
Also, the chorus is having
a new member night at 6:30
p.m. Monday, Sept. 17, at
the Wuesthoff Hospice
Administration Building,
8060 Spyglass Hill Road,
Viera. Free voice lessons will
be offered.
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evening with less crowds.
The park is open only for
guests with a separate
ticket. Costumes are
encouraged.
As we get closer to the
December holidays, there is
no better time to see Disney
and the Grand Floridian.
Both have been featured on
the Discovery Channel and
both offer some great
specialty dining, shopping
and decorations. The Grand
Floridian features a life-size
gingerbread house.
Other parks, such as Epcot,
have holiday events nightly.
MGM has Osbourne Family
Lights, and all have fantastic
fireworks displays and.
phenomenal decorations.
The reservations for the
holidays go fast, so call
ahead as soon as possible.
Also, the 2008 reservations
have just opened.
Disney can be overwhelm-
ing in a weekend unless you
make your hotel and dining
reservations, and purchase
your tickets in advance.
Having a planned- out
itinerary will not only make
for an enjoyable weekend,
but will also keep you out of
one less line.
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The site, designed as a free
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and their caregivers, offers
information about medical
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senior housing options, and
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Personalized care coordina-
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For information about the
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Macintosh users
meet Fridays
The Space Coast Macin-
tosh Users Group will meet
at 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31 to
Sept. 28, at the Central Bre-
vard Library, 308 Forrest
Ave., Cocoa.
The demonstration meet-
ing for the month will be at
12:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21.
Visitors are welcome. For
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Bradley at (321) 636-7155 or
visit www.scmug.org.

Arts, crafts vendors,
needed for sale
SATELLITE BEACH The
Satellite Beach Woman's
Club is looking for arts and
crafts vendors for its "Mar-
ketplace" event.
The craft show is planned
Nov. 3 in the David R.
Schecter Community Cen-
ter, 1089 S. Patrick Drive.
The event runs in con-
junction with the city's
Founder's Day Birthday cel-
ebration.
For information, call
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LEAD Brevard is accepting
nominations for the fourth
annual "4 under 40 Cele-
brating the Next Generation
of Leaders" event recogniz-
ing the achievements of
Brevard County's young
adults.
Nominees must be
between 21 to 39, live or
work in Brevard County,
and have worked to better
the community. Deadline
for submission is Sept. 21.
Nominees should have
worked to better the com-
munity. Finalists will be
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at is it that turns
W you on? Spiritually, I
mean.
What place or what action
or what setting opens you up
to God?
I've found that while many
people are turned off by the
institutional church, most
people still believe in God
and pray.
So what is the institutional
church doing wrong?
Some of you might say,
"Where do I begin?"
Today I want to begin with
worship.
If the goal of worship is to
engage the living God, how
does it happen? Would it be
fair to say that if you encoun-
tered God at church or had a
life-deepening experience
with God in the context of a
community of people of
Christian faith, you would be
in church for worship?
The church certainly has
tried many different methods
to engage people and get
them to come to a worship
service. There is the old battle
of traditional versus contem-
porary worship. There is
liturgical versus free worship.
There is contemplative
versus charismatic worship.
Everybody finds their niche,
their favorite worship style,
(like their favorite brand of
jeans) and, until they are
tired of it or it "doesn't work
anymore" they stick with
what turns them on at the
moment.
I wonder if that isn't what
turns some people off? Has
consumerism set up our
spiritual lives for failure -
riding the latest wave of


NATHAN STEURY
Religion columnist

spiritual culture for our
spiritual high until it
crashes, worn out, on the
shore, and we paddle back
out to catch the next wave?
Are we treating God like
some sort of spiritual
commodity we purchase in
our favorite flavor?
When God revealed himself
to Moses in the burning
bush, the name that was
given was YHWH, a word that.
has traditionally been
pronounced "Yahweh" or
"Jehovah."
My understanding and
I'm certainly no Hebrew
expert-is that YHWH is a
form of the verb "to be."
So when God tells Moses to
go to Egypt and free the
Israelites, and Moses says
essentially, "Which god
should I tell them sent me?"
God replies, "YHWH."
Most scholars believe that
essentially what God was
saying is "I am" or "I am what
I am" or "I will be what I will
be."


Moses wanted to know
God's name so he could
understand and explain God.
God didn't want to play that
game.
God is free and will not be
manipulated by our latest
theology or methods or
religious tricks. In a sense, we
ask the wrong question when
we say, "What turns you on
spiritually" because, it's not
about us.
It's about God.
So before we start to play
Moses' game of trying to
"name God" or figure out "
exactly what this God is all
about so that we can control
and manipulate God the way
we want to, maybe we need
to examine our motives and
take a new look at the Bible to
see how and when God
makes himself known., The
variety might surprise us.
There's a great story of
Elijah, a prophet, who is
coming off a spiritual high,
when he hears that the queen
wants his head.
So Elijah does what any
good God-fearing person
would do runs and hides.
Elijah hides in a cave until
God says, "Hey, show your
face out here. I'm stopping
by."
Elijah steps outside and is
awed by an incredible
earthquake followed by a
mighty wind, followed by a
powerful fire magnificent
signs of God, right?
Wrong.
We're told that God wasn't
in any of those things. Rather,
following the "sound and
fury" is an incredible,
awesome "sound" of sheer


silence, and that is when
Elijah encounters God.
In other parts of Scripture,
God does appear in earth-
quake, wind and fire.
God willbe what God will
be.
That's the beauty of
scripture. It doesn't nail God
down. It simply tells stories
of human encounters with
God often in totally unex-
pected ways, at unexpected
times.
Maybe God wants to be
something different than we
want him to be. Maybe it's
time to free God from our
expectations of how God is
going to act and to remember
that this god is the "I will be
what I will be" God.
What we need to be is
humble and open, however
and whenever God chooses
to make himself known to us.
And when God does,
however he does, that will
turn us on.
Nate Steury is the pastor of
St. Mark's church in Indialan-
tic, where he lives with his
wife and four kids. Contact
him at
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MELBOURNE Andrew
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Romancing the Stove
with the Grammy Guru

There was no sympathy
for me, just a disappointed
shaking of heads.
The next day I was forced
to do it again.
"This time, make sure it's
heads up!"
I learned. Did I have a
choice?
I never heard the end of
the fact that I ruined her
new wedge sandals.
Now let's get to some great
recipes for Labor Day.
For as far back as I can
remember, Mom always
made Chicken with Vinegar
for a party (along with a
zillion other things of
course).
The one thing I disliked
about it was the skin on the
chicken was soft.
Now of course we skin the
chicken and this recipe is
delicious. It can be made
days in advance and served
at room temperature.
Enjoy. See you next week.

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CHICKEN WITH
VINEGAR (NIB)
Serves three-four
Low-fat

1 chicken, cut up and
skinned (save the wings
for other use)
Canola oil or cooking spray
1/2 cup tomato sauce
Dried oregano, basil, garlic
powder, salt and pepper
Extra virgin olive oil

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Place chicken in baking pan
and sprinkle with spices.
Pour on tomato sauce and
drizzle lightly with olive oil.
Bake at 350 degrees for
one hour, turning often.

ADD:
3 medium-size stalks celery,
sliced
1 (10-ounce) jar pimento
olives, drained
1 cup pitted black olives
1 small jar capers, drained
1/3 cup red wine vinegar

When chicken is done,
add vegetables and heat on
stove top until hot. Add
vinegar, reheat, cool then
chill in a covered container.

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COLE SLAW (NIB)
Serves six-eight
Regular and low-fat

My friend Bob made this
cole slaw and I thought it
was excellent. He said he
got the recipe from his
favorite seafood restaurant
but since he gave it to me
it's his recipe.
By using a low-fat or fat-
free mayonnaise and an
equivalent of sugar substi-
tute, you will have a sugar-
free, low-fat or fat-free
salad. You can't tell the
difference!

3/4 cup mayonnaise
3 tablespoons sugar
2-1/2 teaspoons white
vinegar
2-1/2 teaspoons prepared
horseradish
1/4 teaspoons celery seeds
1 small head green cabbage
(about 1-1/2 pounds),
cored and finely sliced
1 carrot shredded

NOTE: You can buy
packaged shredded cole
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produce section of the
supermarket; saves time. Be
sure to check the weight to
get as close as possible to
the 1-1/2 pounds required.
In a glass or plastic bowl,
mix together mayo and
sugar; stir in vinegar,
horseradish and celery
seeds. Add salt and pepper
to taste. Add cabbage and
carrots or packaged slaw
mix; blend well.
Store in a covered contain-
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hours or overnight.

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An animated crowd will
gather at Art Expressions in
downtown Eau Gallie
Friday, Sept. 7, for an
opening of the gallery's pop
culture art exhibit.
The exhibit features a
selection of animation,
tattoo and comic book art.
Art Expressions owner
Jody Carter said she was
impressed at the quality of
work featured in the exhibit.
"It's high time we brought
to Brevard County's atten-
tion (these talented artists),"
Ms. Carter said.
Guests at the opening
include writers Terry
Cronin, Bob Lizek, Pat
Martin and Web master Jeff
Hall of the "Students of the
Unusual" comic book
series; Mike Broder, Florida
Supercon promoter and
1940s and 1950s collectible
comics expert; representa-
tives from Famous Faces &
Funnies, a comic book, art
and pop culture artifacts
store in Melbourne; Miss
Kika aka Liz Lorini, a
freelance illustrator; and
local independent comic
book artist Jules Rivera,
creator of the serial Web
comic "Marsh Rocket."
Original artwork will be on
sale. Artists will be available
for sketching and prospec-
tive artists are invited to
bring their portfolios for
review.
Ms. Carter said she's
excited to offer something
different to the community.
"There will be a broad
spectrum (of people) here,"
Ms. Carter said. "But it really
has a mass appeal. These
artists could paint Mona
Lisas, but they choose to do
something different."
The event will be in
conjunction with First
Friday, where several
galleries in the area will stay
open until 8:30 p.m.
Other events in downtown
Eau Gallie Friday, Sept. 7,
include Jazz Friday at the
Brevard Art Museum and an
opening reception for Fifth
Avenue Art Gallery's "100
Percent Pure Florida" juried
show.
Art Expressions is at 1404
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
For information on the
comic and pop art show, call
D See THE HYPE, B2


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Song contest for 'Unusual' fans



Song contest for 'Unusual' fans


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Like the 1980s video for a-ha's song "Take
On Me," Terry Cronin spends a lot of his time
leaping on and off the pages of a comic book.
In addition to founding the Melbourne
International Film Festival, Mr. Cronin is also
one of the
creators and "Its very similar to
writers of the
comic book storyboarding films. At
"Students of one point, we said,
the Unusual,"
a horror 'What if we take some
adventure
series that of our outrageous film
debuted in ideas, which would
2004.
Mr. Cronin be cost prohibitive to
said his desireand visualize
to delve into make, and visualize
the world of them as a comic book
comic books
was a natural StOry/
progression
from the
work he was Terry Cronin
doing in film. Co-creator of 'Students
"I was of the Unusual'
always
interested in comic books," Mr. Cronin said.
"It's very similar to storyboarding films. At
one point, we said, 'What if we take some of
our outrageous film ideas, which would be
cost prohibitive to make, and visualize them
as a comic book story?'"
Thus, "Students of the Unusual" was born.
The series explores local and state legends in
its storylines. One early issue chronicled a
group of homeless people living under the
causeway in Melbourne. Another featured
the legend of the Florida Skunk Ape Man, a
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer


As the Michael Vick dog- fighting
case illustrates, four-legged
companions need our help more
than ever.
Local residents can rally to
support animals and raise their
"Paws for Art" at the Central
Brevard Humane Molly Mutt II
Thrift Shop, in an effort to raise


money for the store and the
organization.
A retail fixture in downtown
Melbourne for 20 years, the shop
will be the setting for the art show,
"Paws for Art," from 5-9 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 31.
Store manager Bryan Winter-
mute has worked for the Molly
Mutt II for 10 years. He said the
store was recently in danger of
shutting down.


"Sales (at the shop) have been
great, but it's the cost of running
the shop that is really rising," Mr.
Wintermute said.
"We just signed a one-year lease
to give the shop another chance,"
he said.
The art show will showcase local
artists who donated or consigned
works of art. Exhibiting artists
include Sean Alton, Mark Baker,
Tom Busby, Vicki Busby, Dexter


Johnson, Kimberlinavlarie, Helen
Picconi, David Vincemt and Teresa
Walchak. Art will be available for
purchase. The exhibit will be on
display for a month. Mr. Winter-
mute said plans are in the works to
make the art shows a permanent
fundraising campaign.
Downtown restaurants also
chipped in and donated food and
refreshments for the event,
including Croissant Chateau,


Enjoy Cafe, Island Pasta, 905 Cafe
and Main Street Pub.
To keep with the changes in
downtown Melbourne, the staff at
Molly Mutt II recently gave the
store a makeover.
Mr. Wintermute said the 3,300-
square-foot store has been trans-
formed, inside and out.
"We repainted the entire store


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Big Foot-like creature who
has been the subject of
folklore for years.
Since its inception, the
series has received a
plethora of honors from a
segment on the Indepen-
dent Film Channel, to
magazine features and
awards.
Last year the "Students"
hosted a film contest, where


readers submitted short
films that were compiled on
a DVD. The DVD was
included in an edition of the
comic book.
This year, the "Students"
will tackle yet another
medium: music.
The Students of the
Unusual Song Contest
called for original songs
inspired by the series. The


selected musicians will
appear on a CD that will be
released with the next, and
final, issue of Vol. 1.
"The bands put together
some great songs," Mr.
Cronin said.
Fourteen bands were
selected to appear on the
CD, which will include
special tracks and bonus
features. The bands


appearing on the CD are
now featured on a
Myspace.com page, where
fans can vote for their
favorite song.
"The band that gets the
most votes will win $500,"
said Mr. Cronin.
Orlando-based acoustic
rock duo Sterling Schroeder
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From page BI


(321) 259-1492.

This weekend
Rock-a-billy: The Rev.
Billy C. Wirtz will perform at
6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31, at
Best Western, 5600 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 783-7621.
* Surf music: The Danny
Morris Band will perform at
10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31, at


the Hustler Pool Room and
Bar, 810 N. A1A, Indialantic.
Call (321) 768-0640.
* Alternative rock:
Comber will perform at 9
p.m. Friday, Aug. 31, at 9
p.m. at the Metro Entertain-
ment Complex, 3020 W.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 727-7819.
* Jazz: Saxophonist John
Newman will perform at 7
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, at
Caf6 Flamant, 313 Delan-
noy Ave., Cocoa. Call (321)
631-0505.
* Beach tunes: The High
Tide Band will perform
classic and contemporary


beach party rock at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 1, at
Coconuts, 2 Minutemen
Causeway, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 784-1422.
* Reggae: Drift Sessions
will perform at 9 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 1, at
Declan's Irish Pub, 1132
A1A, Satellite Beach. Call
(321) 777-7228.
* Blues: Absolute Blue will
perform at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 1, at Lou's
Blues, 3191 N. A1A, Indi-
alantic. Call (321) 779-2299.
* Classic rock: Strobe will
perform at 9 p.m. Saturday,
Sept. 1, at the Sebastian


Beach Inn, 7035 S. A1A,
Melbourne Beach. Call
(321) 728-4311.
* Rock: Pinch will perform
at 9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2, at
the Key West Bar, 2286 A1A,
Indian Harbour Beach. Call
(321) 773-1577.
* Acoustic: Andrew
Cartmell will perform at 5
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2. at
Long Doggers on Post Road
in Melbourne. Call (321)
751-4448.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato
at (321) 751-5957 or the-
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'Paws for Art' The Central
Brevard Humane Society Molly
Mutt II Thrift Shop will host an art
opening 5-9 p.m. at 728 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. The
event features food and refresh-
ments and the artwork of Sean
Alton, Mark Baker, Tom Busby,
Vicki Busby, Dexter Johnson,
Kimberlina Marie, Helen Picconi,
David Vincent, Teresa Walchak
and more. Admission is free. Pet
food and cash donations will be
accepted. Details: (321) 951-
3607.
Musical: Titusville Playhouse
presents "Ragtime" through
Sept 1. Show times are at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m.
Sunday. Tickets are $16 for
orchestra seats and $14 for bal-
cony seats. Seniors and students
receive $2 off ticket price. The
theater is at 301 Julia St Details:
(321) 268-1125.
Romance/comedy: Mel-
bourne Civic Theater presents
"Romantic Comedy" by Bernard
Slade through Sept 2. Show
times are 8 p.m. Friday and Sat-
urday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets
are $15 for adults, $12 for stu-
dents, children and military
members. The theater is at 817
E. Strawbridge Ave. Details:
(321) 723-6935.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 1

Jazz: WFIT 89.5 FM and the
Brevard County Parks and Recre-
ation Department presents
"Random Acts of Music" from 3-
6 p.m. at Wickham Park Pavilion
in Melbourne. Features vocalist
Dena Taylor, keyboardist Ron
Teixeira, bassist Johnny Fitz and
drummer Dave Dunscombe.


Details: (321) 674-8950.
STitusNites Cruise-In: 4-8
p.m., downtown Titusville. 300
cars, trucks, motorcycles; vintage,
classic, modern, antique. Live
entertainment, shoppir, food
and more. Free. Details: (321)
267-3036.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 2

Musical matinee: Titusville
Playhouse presents "Ragtime"
through Sept 1. Sunday show
time is 2 p.m. Tickets are $16 for
orchestra seats and $14 for bal-
cony seats. Seniors and students
receive $2 off ticket price. The
theater is at 301 Julia St Details:
(321) 268-1125.
Salsa festival: Noon to 8
p.m., Wickham Park Pavilion,
2500 Parkway Drive, Melbourne.
$10 advance. $15 at door. $1 chil-
dren 12 and younger. No coolers
or packages. Benefits Florida
Puerto Rican Hispanic Chamber
of Commerce scholarship fund.
Details: (321) 863-5165 or (321)
952-2229.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5

Jazz on the beach: The
Groove-WGRV presents Smooth
Jazz on the Beach from 5:30-
8:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza
(former Holiday Inn). Proper
dress required. Admission and
valet parking are free. Details:
(321) 951-9310 or visit
www.thegroove.org.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Bruce Reynolds exhibit: Bre-
vard Art Museum presents "Run-
ning with Scissors," a mixed
media exhibit, Sept 8 through
Oct. 28 at 1463 Highland Ave.,


Melbourne. Details: (321) 242-
0737.
Monologues: Surfside Play-
house Second Stage Series pres-
ents Eve Ensler's "The Vagina
Monlogues" Sept 7-16. Show
times are 8 p.m. Friday and Sat-
urday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets
are $10. Surfside Playhouse is at
300 Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.
Details: (321) 783-3127.
Musical: Cocoa Village Play-
house presents "Guys and Dolls"
Sept 14-30. The playhouse is at
300 Brevard Ave. Details: (321)
636-5050.
Free symphony concerts:
The Brevard Symphony Orches-
tra will perform free concerts at 2
p.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept 16
at the King Center for the Per-
forming Arts, 3865 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne. Doors open
30 minutes prior to each per-
formance. Those with tickets are
seated first. Details: (321) 242-
2024 or visit www.brevardsym-
phony.com.

THEATERS

Melbourne Civic Theatre:
817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. The theater produces
various plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows, events
and experimental theater
throughout the year. For informa-
tion, call (321) 723-6935.
Surfside Playhouse: Located
at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach, the theater produces vari-
ous plays and musicals, as well
as hosting a youth player group
and workshops. For information,
call (321) 783-3013.
Theatre Company of Palm
Bay: Operates out of the audito-
rium at the Palm Bay campus of
Brevard Community College but


is not affiliated with the school.
The Palm Bay campus of BCC is
at 250 Community College Park-
way. Call (321) 723-3056 or visit
www.theatrepalmbay.org.
Titusville Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 301 Julia St, Titusville, the
theater produces various plays
and musicals, as well as hosting
a youth player group and work-
shops. For information, call (321)
268-1125.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

Art and Antique Studio: The
Art and Antique Studio, 1419
Highland Ave., Melboume, is
open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday. Open until 8:30
p.m. first Fridays of the month.
For information, call (321) 253-
5553.
Brevard Art Museum: Locat-
ed at 1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday, and
1-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission,
which includes entry to both the
museum and the Children's Sci-
ence Center, is $5 for adults, $3
for senior citizens and $2 for chil-


dren and students with identifi-
cation. Free for museum mem-
bers. Admission is free to the
general public 1 to 5 p.m. Thurs-
days. For information, call (321)
242-0737.
Brevard Museum of History
and Science: Located at 2201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it is open
Monday through Saturday 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday noon-
4 p.m. Admission for adults is
$5.50, $5 for senior citizens,
$3.50 for children 5-16 and $4
for college students. Museum
members are admitted free. For
information, call (321) 632-
1830.
Downstairs Gallery: Located
at 909 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is free. For informa-
tion, call (321) 727-8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
Located at 1470 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, open 1-5 p.m. Tues-
days to. For information, call
(321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass Design
Studio: Located at 2415 Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. Open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Satur-
day. For information, call (321)


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was selected to appear on the CD. Band
member Steven Shea said that he's a huge
fan of the "Students of the Unusual" series.
"I'm a big horror fan," Mr. Shea said. "The
artwork and stories (of "Students of the
Unusual") is top-notch. Plus it's Florida-
based, which I really enjoy."
Mr. Shea and bandmate, Sterling Schroed-
er, entered a short film in last year's contest
and appeared on the special issue DVD.
This year, Sterling Schroeder wrote the
song "The Strangler," based on a story in


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"I think it's great the way they are helping
out independent artists, Mr. Shea said.
Online voting for the Students of the
Unusual Song Contest is open until Nov.
30.
For information on the contest and the
comic book series, visit
www. myspace. com/studentsoftheunusual.

Contact Lisa M. Onorato at (321) 751-5957
or e-mail thehype@hometownnewsol.com.


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off State Road 405. Admission is W
$37 for adults and $27 for chil-
dren ages 3 -11. Open 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. For information, call
(321) 452-2121.
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Each Wednesday evening,
the smooth sounds of jazz
serenade the crowd at
Crowne Plaza in Indialan-
tic, courtesy of The Groove,
WGRV-FM.
In its second year,
"Smooth Jazz Nights Out,"
offered from mid-March
through October, was
created with fans in mind.
"We wanted to do some-
thing to thank our listen-
ers," said station manager
Randy Bennett.
The station has hosted
some big names in jazz,
including smooth jazz
guitarist Nils, (pronounced
Neels) who will return to
Brevard County in Septem-
ber.
Nils' "Pacific Coast
Highway" album was the
No. 7 smooth jazz album of
2006.
Getting the big names in
jazz to perform at the


"Last year, we averaged about 325 people
(at the Smooth Jazz Nights Out). When (jazz
guitarist) Nils played we had more than 700"

Randy Bennett,
WGRV-FM station manager


Crowne Plaza has drawn
larger crowds each week.
Mr. Bennett said The
Groove has seen a 25
percent increase in people
attending from the first
year.
"Last year, we averaged
about 325 people," Mr.
Bennett said. "When Nils
played we had more than
700."
The Groove has reached
some other milestones, as
well.
"Our ratings just dou-
bled," Mr. Bennett said.
Mr. Bennett said the
station did extremely well
in the "TSL" category,
which measures time spent
listening.


"Our TSL was 12.3, which
means the average listener
tunes into the station 12.3
hours a day."
The Groove recently
expanded its signal, and
listeners can now tune in
from Kennedy Space
Center to Sebastian.
"We have also been
approved to take the signal
to Vero (Beach)," Mr.
Bennett said.
However, Mr. Bennett
said no immediate plans
have been made to take the
signal that far.
"We have so many other
projects going on," he said.
Those projects include a
Halloween-themed party
Wednesday, Oct. 31, and
the Smooth Jazz Cruise in
November, the first of its
type out of Port Canaveral.


Photo courtesy of The Groove-WGRV
Jeff Kashiwa performs at a recent Smooth Jazz Nights Out event at the Crowne Plaza. Mr.
Kashiwa was celebrating the release of his latest CD, 'Play.'


The cruise is a three-day
excursion to the Bahamas
and features two jazz
performances.
Smooth Jazz Nights are
from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, rain or shine.


* Guitarist and national
recording artist Nils will
appear Sept. 5.
Admission and valet
parking are free. Proper
dress required.
For information, call (321)


951-9310 or visit the Web
site www.thegroove.org.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato
at (321) 751-5963 or e-mail
thehype@hometownnew-
sol.com.


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'gallery gray' to show off the
art," Mr. Wintermute said.
He also said the store has
been completely re-mer-
chandised. The clothing
selection has been moved to
the back to make room for
more furniture up front.
"The store just looks
beautiful now," Mr. Winter-
mute said.
The outside of the build-
ing was recently remodeled,
as well.
Mr. Wintermute said he is
impressed with how the
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Pure Florida art
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MELBOURNE -The
second annual "100 Percent
Pure Florida" juried art
exhibit will be on view
throughout September at
the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery,
1470 Highland Ave.
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Brevard Humane Society
shelter, which is priceless,
really," he said. "The CBHS
finds homes for thousands
of homeless and abandoned
pets in Brevard County."
The Molly Mutt II Thrift
Shop is at 728 E. New Haven.
Ave., Melbourne.
Pet food and cash dona-
tions will be accepted at the
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(321) 951-3607.
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goes on display
three-dimensional format in
a variety of subject matters
and themes.
The opening reception will
be 5:30-8 p.m. Sept. 7.
Mingle with the artists and
enjoy light refreshments and
wine. For details, call (321)
259-8261 or visit ww.fifthav-
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Storytelling club
to meet Sept. 10
FOR HOMETOWN NEWS


MELBOURNE -The
Brevard Theatrical Ensem-
ble presents free open
storytelling.
The first event is sched-
uled at 7p.m. Monday, Sept.
10, in the community room
at Melbourne Square Mall,
1700 W. New Haven Ave. This
is a free monthly meeting.
"Lady" Gail B. Ryan and
the Brevard Theatrical
Master Tellers will be there
to offer support.
For information, call (321)
676-0697 or visit www.bre-
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WEST MELBOURNE -
The menu for Sweet Toma-
toes Pizzeria features the
image of tomatoes surround-
ed by the shape of a heart.
Based on the quick service
and delicious food I experi-
enced during my first visit, I
feel like the smiling chef who
also is pictured on the menu.
Overall, the restaurant
offers a sweetheart of a deal.
I arrived at the bustling
eatery just before 6 p.m. on a
weekday. Since it was my first
visit, I decided to sit inside
instead of at one of the
several tables on the covered,
outdoor patio.
Taking my seat, some of the
first things I noticed inside
were framed black-and-
white photos of Hollywood
greats such as Clark Gable
and James Cagney hanging
on the walls next to decora-
tive shadowboxes. Music by
1980s artists such as Soft Cell
and Madonna helped set a
casual mood.
Shortly after I placed my
order, a swift and attentive
waitress delivered my $8.25
dinner consisting of a fresh,
crunchy salad, flaky,
scrumptious garlic bread
and steaming hot chicken
parmigiana. Each plate
arrived in timely fashion,
allowing just enough space
in between to allow me to
munch my way through the
meal at a steady but relaxed
pace.
My entree had plenty of
melt-in-your-mouth
chicken atop a large pile of
pasta. I relished in alternat-
ing bites of the cheese-and-
sauce-covered chicken with
those of the nice-sized
pieces of garlic bread while
listening to John "Cougar"
Mellencamp sing about
being born in a small town.
I truly enjoy mom-and-
pop establishments such as
Sweet Tomatoes Pizzeria.
The hot and fulfilling food,
the music that brings back
memories, the mixed crowd
of laid-back customers -
many who seemed to be
regulars and the friendly
staff made me feel at home.


Staff photo by Tony Judnich
John Medeiros, co-owner of Sweet Tomatoes Pizzeria in
West Melbourne, cooks shrimp in a garlic, butter and wine
sauce.


Though she had several
other customers, the
waitress refilled my soda
right after it dropped below
the halfway point in my glass
and kindly asked how each
part of my meal tasted..She
made me feel like a guest of
honor.
So did John Medeiros, who
co-owns the restaurant with
his wife, Elisabette.
"We're really good about
getting the food out quickly,"
said Mr. Medeiros.
He said the 50-seat eatery
opened seven years ago. Its
extensive menu includes
more than 15 dinner entrees,
such as manicotti for $8.95
and market-price scallop
scampi. '
Also available are steaks,
calzones, grinders and
hand-tossend New-
England-pan pizzas.
Specials include the daily
$5.95 lunch and the $6.95
baked ziti or lasagna every
Tuesday night.
It's easy to spot Sweet
Tomatoes Pizzeria at 1600 S.
Wickham Road. The restau-


rant is just north of U.S. 192
and its exterior is covered in
the Italian colors of red,
green and white.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 10
p.m. Monday through
Saturday and 4-10 p.m.
Sunday. Takeout is available.
Call (321) 409-8217.

Contact Tony Judnich at
(321) 751-5954 orJudnich@
hometownnewsol.com.


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Golf Channel Amateur Tour



tests Turtle Creek mystique


Editor's note: This is the
latest in our summer-long
"Hometown Summer" series
in which staff members
share their passions for
outdoor hobbies and
recreation.
My absence from
this page, lately, is
no accident.
After the mortification
suffered at La Cita Country
Club in Titusville July 21, I
headed for some much-
needed R&R and therapy at
the Mike Faeth Therapeutic
Healing Resort and Spa at
the Lake of the Ozarks in
Camdenton, Mo.
Faeth has mastered the art
of metaphysical healing
through a regimen of
hiking, fishing, washer toss
and intense alcohol therapy
that has set the healing
industry on its ear.
After three days and four
nights with Faeth and his
crack team of mind and
body experts, I was more
than ready to get back to the
business of reclaiming a golf
game at odds with its
architect.
I wouldn't pick up a golf
club until the following
weekend when I anchored a
team of Hometown News
golfers at the St. Lucie
County Public Defender's
annual charity scramble at
the Legacy Golf Club in Port
St. Lucie.
My time at the lake helped
me realize that, when
golfing, the only important
thing is the next shot.
Treating every shot as its


Preseason high school
football
Aug. 25

Fort Pierce Central
Cobras 13,
Satellite Scorpions 0
Preseason jitters were evi-
dent at Satellite High School
as the teams combined for
18 penalties and 13
turnovers before a sparse,
partisan Scorpion crowd.
Fort Pierce quarterback
Mozekiel Raynor scored two
first-half touchdowns, and
the Scorpions failed to capi-
talize on several Cobras mis-
takes in the Kickoff Classic
for both teams.


John, and Dennis Moore, of
Viera.
SOur first surprise of the
round was the fourth
member of our group, Tracy
Walter of Titusville.
Ms. Walter, yes, Ms.
Walter, was making her
SWdebut on the GCAT at The
-i. Creek, and drew a collective
smirk when she pulled out
the driver on the par-5 first
hole.
These same smirks soon
ROB SHELBURNE became furrowed brows of
Uphill Lies concern, bordering on golf's
version of emasculation as
Ms. Walter consistently
own universe and heeding roped drives 20 yards past
the story it tells is a sure the rest of us and carded
path to consistency in the three straight pars en route
game. Scrambles are great to a front-nine 40 and the
for that, because if I screw respect of us all.
the shot up, it really doesn't I quickly fell behind the
matter. There's a teammate pack after an opening par,
there to pick me up. pulling the tee shot at No. 2
A couple of rounds at into the water leading to a
Duran and Harmony left me quick Guffin (double-
feeling more in touch with bogey).
the free-swinging, true golf Despite sticking to the
motion, and I felt good game plan of playing
when it came time to conservatively off the tee
register for the Golf Channel and not hitting driver,
Amateur Tour event at things continued to take a
Turtle Creek Golf Club in turn for the worse. As the
Rockledge ..outward nine progressed,
"The Creek" is like the my score climbed with the
Pan's Labyrinth of Brevard rising heat and before I
County golf courses. It's a knew it I was putting the
short track full of surprises. finishing touches on a
Her smnbl, sloping greens splendid snowman at the
lull you into attacking par-5 seventh hole, the
narrow fairways with the masterpiece of a front-nine
driver, but danger and 47.1 I wanted to quit, right
surprise lurk at every turn then and there.
for the indiscreet golfer. But golf is a fickle mistress
Once again I was paired also capable of metaphysi-
with two of NASA's finest, cal manipulation.
Brian Emond of Port St. The back nine turned out


Sports Capsule


Satellite was impressive on
its opening possession
grinding out yards on the
ground behind an improved
offensive line with the run-
ning of Will Robinson and
quarterback Craig Manuel
threatening Fort Pierce terri-
tory.
Penalties and fumbles
halted every Scorpions
advance giving the Cobras
opportune field position for
two scores before the break.
The Scorpions more than
held their ground in the sec-
ond half, holding a bigger,
faster Cobras team scoreless,
thanks to a timely intercep-
tion by senior defensive
back Jason Sirounis.
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gets under way tonight
when Satellite travels across
the river to take on the Mel-
bourne Bulldogs.
Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
FAA Falcons 46,
MCC Hustlers 13
FAA junior Umar Merritt
scored three touchdowns -
one on offense and two on
defense in this preseason
match up of former district
rivals.
Merritt opened the scoring
with a 1-yard score in the
first quarter and added a 50-
yard fumble recovery for a
touchdown in the second
quarter before returning an
interception 50 yards late in
the fourth quarter to end all
scoring.
Falcons quarterback
Marco Silvera contributed
two touchdown passes and
freshman running back Jeff
Keels added a touchdown
run just before halftime to
round out the scoring for the
Falcons.
A 5-yard touchdown score
from junior transfer Aaron
Elmore and a 21-yard touch-
down toss from sophomore
Mike Erdman to Tom Wien-
cowski accounted for the
Hustlers' scoring.
FAA hosts West Oaks Acad-
emy and MCC welcomes
Cocoa Beach tonight in the
official start of the 2007 sea-
son.


to be a mirror image of the
front with yours truly
leading the way with a 41
and warding off Guffins and
snowmen alike. I was able
to get a hold of myself in
time to realize the game
plan I started the day with
was the right one; it just
took nine holes to work
itself into the golf.
Maybe it takes a thrashing
to wake up the inner golfer.
Maybe it's just the way the
game becomes part of you
the more you play. But it
always gives you a reason to
come back.
Nobody really ever gives
up the game. The game will
quit on you long before you
can quit on it.
And so it goes; the dys-
functional, dependent
relationship between golf
and the golfer, each needing
the other to justify their
existence.
For the record, I finished
with 88, and Emond
erupted to a 47 on the back
for a 90. Moore was very
even-handed with an 85
that tied him for first in the
Sarazen flight. And, Ms.
Walter suffered a closing 48
to complete her debut in 88
strokes.
The GCAT will have the
Space Coast Championship
Sept. 1 at Duran Golf Club
inViera.
Robert Shelburne is a
sports writer for Hometown
News. You can reach him at
(321) 751-5959 or Shel-
burne@HometownNew-
sOl.com.


Kickoff for both games is
set for 7:30 p.m.

Eau Gallie Commodores
29,
Pine Ridge Panthers 6
Senior running back Justin
Rose scored on runs of 12, 40
and 52-yards to lead the
Commodores past the Pan-
thers in the preseason kick-
off classic for both teams.
Rose tallied 144 yards on
10 carries in a game short-
ened to three quarters due to
lightning.
The Commodores added a
25-yard touchdown pass
from senior quarterback
Sean Wavra to sophomore
Cameron Lewis just before
halftime to take a 29-6 lead
at the break.
Pine Ridge's lone score
came on a 5-yard run from
Gary Smielke in the second
quarter.
Eau Gallie travels to Viera
to take on the Hawks in
tonight's season opener for
both teams.
Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

Melbourne Bulldogs 31,
Jensen Beach Falcons 7
Any questions about Mel-
bourne's readiness to play
football after a topsy-turvy
off-season were answered
early.
A fumbled kickoff gave the
Falcons the ball on the Bull-
dogs' 30-yard line, but the
Melbourne defense held its
ground, forcing a three-and-
out and setting the offense
up at its own 5-yard line.
From there, the Bulldogs
took their time and marched
95-yards and taking nearly
nine minutes off the clock
before sophomore running
back Cortez Ray plunged in
from the 1-yard line to put
Melbourne up 7-0.
The opening drive show-
cased the Bulldogs' offensive
versatility with Ray and sen-
ior tailback Jourdan Welch
chewing up yardage along
the way and junior quarter-
back Matt Spinazzola con-
verting key third downs with
pin point passes and deft
scrambling.
Welch, Spinazzola and
junior Tyler Witzel also
scored for Melbourne and
senior Bradley Holmes was
2-3 on PAT's and added a 25-
yard field goal in the second
quarter to give the Bulldogs
a 10-0 lead at the half.
The Bulldogs welcome for-
mer district rival Satellite in
tonight's 2007 season-open-
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Football night is prime time in Brevard County


Full slate of games help kick off the 2007 season


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
Football season is here.
There is, perhaps, no sen-
tence more welcomed on
the American sports land-
scape.
For the fan, football sea-
son helps mark the passage
of time, massaging sum-
mer's free-fall into autumn
and mapping out weekend
calendars for faithful thou-
sands.
For the players, the start of
football season is a rite of
passage for some, a last shot
at adolescent glory for oth-
ers.
The 2007 season opens
tonight with a full slate of
games that feature tradi-
tional area rivalries along
with a program playing its
first varsity schedule.
Melbourne Bulldogs vs.
Satellite Scorpions
A game between two ex-
district foes coming off dis-
appointing campaigns in
2006.
The Bulldogs posted an
underachieving 3-7 mark
last year and struggled on
the offensive side of the ball.
The 2007 season began
with turmoil as the Bulldogs
underwent a facelift on the
sidelines.
Todd Wilson was hired in
June to replace John Diehl
who was hired in December.
Diehl was brought on to
replace A.J. Ulmer who
resigned after the 2006 sea-
son and now is coaching
Chiefland High School in
Levy County.
The sideline isn't the only
place sporting new faces in
tonight's game.
Sophomore Cortez Rey
will fill the gaping hole at
tailback left by T.J. Clark.
The 5-foot-10-inch, 205-
pound Rey saw limited
action last year, and
impressed coaches enough
to get the starting nod in the
backfield ...beXid junior
quarterback Matt Spinazzo-
la, who is making his first
start behind center.


Rey should get a lot of
work tonight, as Melbourne
will try to control the ball
and rely on its defensive
unit to keep Satellite off the
scoreboard.
Wilson said his team
needs to be ready for a
much-improved Scorpions
team.
"I think Satellite will throw
everything at us," he said.
"We are going to have to pay
solid football."
The Scorpions were 2-8
under first-year head coach
Bob Mentillo, suffering a 57-
3 defeat at the hands of the
Bulldog's in Week 4.
Satellite will bring a much
deeper, experienced team to
Bulldogs Stadium with sen-
ior quarterback Craig
Manuel leading the way.
Manuel gained valuable
experience last year behind
MVP Matt Shahlamian and
will have a speedy Will
Robinson behind him in the
backfield and a slew of
receivers at his disposal,
including 6-foot-3-inch,
210-pound tight end Aaron
Edwards.
Senior center Mike Wool-
folk anchors an improved
Scorpions' offensive line,
and senior strong safety
Jason Sirounis, Satellite's
leading tackler a year ago,
returns to lead an experi-
enced defensive unit.
Eau Gallice Commodores
at Viera Hawks
If the spring is any indica-
tion, the Commodores will
begin the 2007 season 1-0.
Eau Gallie trounced the
Hawks 63-0 in the spring
game that was called after


three quarters.
This is Viera's first year of
varsity competition but
head coach Donnie Hayes'
Hawks already are undefeat-
ed as a varsity squad.
Viera defeated fellow first-
year school Treasure Coast
High 30-29 on the final play
of the final game last year.
The Hawks also were 5-2 as
a junior varsity squad.
One thing Commodores'
coach Todd Oas doesn't
want to see tonight is a
starter helped off the field
with an injury.
Eau Gallie stumbled to 3-7
last season and was beset by
injuries the entire second
half of the season.
Fans can expect more
passing from returning
starter Sean Wavra as the
Commodores make a push
for their first playoff appear-
ance since 1998.
"Sean has had a real good
summer," Oas said. "He has
thrown a ton of balls and
gained a lot of arm strength.
He's matured physically and
is in great shape."
Wavra will have plenty of
weapons tonight, including
senior workhorse Chris
Pushman and speedy soph-
omore Cameron Lewis com-
ing out of the backfield.
The Commodores
defense, led by senior line-
backers Trevor Lind and Jeff
McCusker will be looking to
hold the fledgling Hawks
scoreless for the second
time in less than four
months.
Melbourne Central
Catholic Hustlers vs. Cocoa
Beach Minutemen


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne Bulldogs running back Cortez Ray heads downfield as Jensen Beach defenders
give chase during first-half action of the Bulldogs 31-7 victory in the Kickoff Classic Aug. 25.
The Bulldogs open the 2007 season tonight against the Satellite Scorpions at Bulldogs Sta-
dium on the campus of Melbourne High School. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m., Friday Aug. 31.


If all holds true to form,
MCC can mark this one
down as a win.
Since 2002, these two
teams have alternated victo-
ries. Last year's 24-6 loss to
the Minutemen means it's
the Hustlers' time to win.
This is a hotly contested
rivalry that has been decid-
ed by an average of 7.6


points the last five meetings.
Nothing would suit new
head coach Mike Riazzi
more than to kick off the
2007 season with a victory at
home.
"The mindset is good,"
Riazzi said. "We came out of
camp hungry and with a
great attitude. Not much is
expected of us, and the team


does not like that. They are
ready to get after it."
Sophomore Mike Erdman
will lead a young team onto
the field tonight. The Hus-
tlers will come out in a dou-
ble-wing set and try to run
the ball with senior Joe
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Sports Calendar


High school sports

Football, Week 1
Melbourne vs. Satellite,


7:30 p.m.
MCC vs. Cocoa Beach,
7:30 p.m.
FAA vs. West Oaks,
7:30 p.m.


Eau Gallie at Viera,
7:30 p.m.
Melbourne Central
Catholic High School


or oo HursTOF MGRS O


Golf (girls)
Sept. 5 at Harmony,
4p.m.
Golf (boys)
Sept. 4 vs. Sebastian
River/South Fork at
Sebastian Municipal
G.C., 3:30 p.m
Volleyball
Sept. 4 at Pine Castle
Christian, 5 p.m.
Eau Gallie High School
Golf (boys)
Sept. 4 vs. Space Coast,
4p.m.
Sept. 6 at Palm Bay,
4 p.m.
Golf (girls)
Sept. 4 at Space Coast,
4 p.m.
Sept. 6 vs. Palm Bay,
4 p.m.
Cross country
Sept. 7-8 All-night
Commodore Run,
10 p.m.
Swimming
Sept. 4 vs. Merritt
Island/Space Coast at
Merritt Island, 4 p.m.
Sept. 6 vs. Viera, 4 p.m.
Volleyball
Sept. 4 at Space Coast,
5 p.m.
Melbourne High School
Golf (boys)
Sept. 4 vs.'Rockledge,
4 p.m. .
Sept. 6 at Merritt Island,
4p.m.
Golf (girls)
Sept. 4 at Rockledge,
4 p.m.
Sept. 6 vs. Merritt Island,
4 p.m.
Volleyball
Sept. 4 at Rockledge,
7:15 p.m.
Sept. 6 vs. Merritt Island,
7:15 p.m.
Swimming
Sept. 4 vs. West Shore,
4 p.m.

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
Thursday 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 softballs.
For information, contact Kristin
Swenson at (321) 255-4400 or
Kristin.Swenson @brevardparks.co
m.

Triathlon

The fifth annual Health First
Triathlon is Oct. 7 at Pineapple Park
in Melbourne .
There will be an Olympic dis-
tance race that .includes a 1.5K
swim, a 40K bike ride and a 10K run
along me 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 partici-
pate.
Online registration is available for
both races.
For information, visitwww.health-
firsttri.com.

Men's basketball league

A 14-game men's basketball
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 Community
Center in Melbourne 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 Melbourne.
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 in
Viera.
The format is a four-person
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
picker. 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 Build-
ing Fund.
For information, or to register, 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 Melbourne.
Registration and lunch will be
from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
The format is a four-person
scramble with a 1 p.m. shotgun
start. An awards ceremony will fol-
low 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 bufiel al
the awards ceremony.
Sponsorship opportunities 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 Recre-
ation has reduced golf rates for the
summer on all three county courses
through Nov. 30.
Brevard County residents can
play 18 holes at any of the three
courses for $12.99 per round.
Golfers can use a cart for an addi-
tional $14 at the Savannahs and
Habitat courses and $12 at Spes-
sard Holland Golf Course.
Afternoon special rates include a
noon special of 18 holes plus cart for
$21 at the Habitat and 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


Beachside golf leagues

Two evening golf leagues have
been formed at Spessard Holland
Golf Course in Melbourne Beach.
An individual plays on Wednes-
days with a 5 p.m. shotgun start. The
format will be net score match play.
A business mixer golf plays on
Thursday with a 5 p.m. shotgun
start. With a two-person team, the
format will be best ball, match play.
Golfers may sign up as a two-per-
son 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 Marcellus at (321)
952-4530.

Midnight basketball

A basketball league for players
ages 12-25 is being formed for Fri-
day nights at the Grant Street Com-
munity Center in Melbourne.
There is no cost to participate.
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
experience levels are welcome.
-For information, call (32.1)960-2692-,-1
Coaches, league 'organizers.,
event leaders and" camp directors
with news, stats or announcements,
contact Rob Shelburne at Shel-
burne @nometot nnent sol.com


Football


From page B7
Elmore and junior Juscyn
Cole also should see the ball
a lot as Riazzi tries to spread
the ball around.
Expect the veteran line
backing corps of Toppa,
Mike Paige and A.J. Caccia-
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Falcons head coach RJld-
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son tonight with perhaps his
best chance to compete for
a playoff berth in his four
years with the team.
FAA will return. 14 starters
to a team that.;ffvsihed 4-6
last year, anid they rib longer
have to concern themselves
with powerhouses Pahokee
and King's Academy since
the school's reclassification
to lA.
Leading the way for the
Falcons at quarterback
tonight will be Marco Sil-
vera, a 6-foot-3-inch, 190-
pound junior with good
speed and a good grasp on
the passing game.
But the strength of FAA's
team will be evident as jun-
ior Umar Merritt will be the
featured back in the Falcons
power running game. Mer-
ritt will be running g behind
an offensive line that
returns all five starters from
a year ago.
"We believe in our ability
to run the ball," Lawson
said.
Anchored by 6-foot-2-
inch, 240-pound senior Alex
Grossman and junior Kevin
Smith, FAA should be able
to control a West Oaks
defense built mainly on
speed.


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er.
Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 31.

Bayside Bears 28, Flana-
gan Falcons 20
Despite five fumbles and
14 penalties totaling 107
yards, the Bears turned a
close 14-8 game at halftime
into a convincing victory.
Senior Corey Broomfield
picked off a pass on the Fal-
cons first possession of the
second half and scooted 56
yards to pay dirt, jumpstart-
ing a 14-point third quarter
that helped Bayside pull
away.
Junior Tacoby Johnson
scored from 27 yards out to
end the quarter and give the
Bears a comfortable 28-8
cushion going to the final
quarter.
Senior quarterback Mau-
rice Francois ignited the
scoring with a 44-yard
scrambling touchdown run
with 9:07 to play in the open-
ing quarter.
Later, Francois would con-
nect with wide receiver
Michael Maldonado on a 15-
yard scoring toss.
On the night, Francois ran
for 105 yards on 14 carries.
The Bayside defense held
the Falcons to 170 yards of
offense, most of that coming
in the fourth quarter with
the game all but decided.
The Bears open the 2007
season tonight on the road at
Cocoa.
Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 31.

Local college sports

BCC names Bellamy new
women's hoops coach
Brevard Community Col-
lege has selected Renee Bel-
lamy as its new head
women's basketball coach.
Bellamy has coached the
Osceola High School girl's
basketball team for the past
five years.
"The athletic department
at Brevard Community Col-
lege is proud to announce
the addition of Ms. Renee
Bellamy as head ladies' bas-
ketball coach and athletic
student advisor," said Jamie
Howell, BCC athletic director


in a news release. "Renee has
an extensive background in
coaching as well as compet-
ing professionally.
"It is an exciting time to be
a Titan athlete and the addi-
tion of Renee Bellamy allows
us to move forward with
preparation for our upcom-
ing season."
The BCC women's basket-
ball team is part of the
Southern Conference for the
state of Florida. The team is
comprised of 15 women and
has a schedule of 27 to 30
games per season.
"We are happy to have Ms.
Bellamy on board, and we
are looking forward to a suc-
cessful season," said Jim
Ross, vice president for
advancement and public
affairs.
The Lady Titans play in the
fall and compete in confer-
ence games in the spring.
Scholarships are available
and all home games are
played on the Melbourne
campus.
Recruitment campaigns
are held in the spring.

Golf Channel
Amateur Tour
Trtle Creek Golf Club,
Rockledge, Aug. 25

Palmer flight
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2. Steven Rawles 86

Hogan flight
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2. Mike Gill 85
3. Michael Sczepanik 87
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T4. John Melo 88
T6. Stephen Hall 92
T6. Keith Brookhouse 92

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Tl. Steven Clark 85
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4. Brian Emond 90
T5. William Hight III 92
T5. Bobby Thompson 92
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2X4'S, USED but clean of
nails, 26 pcs., $60/all.
321-242-0710 S. Brev.
ANTIQUE CHAIR, tulip
back, teal, mahog. arms
/legs, $125; Wood porch
swing, $50.321-536-6904
ANTIQUE LAMP, hand
painted,$75;Beanie Ba-
bies (16) worth $150, sell
$75, call 321-684-1641.
AQUARIUM, 20 gal w/
stand, light, & filter, ex
cond, $50, call
321-757-5435, So. Brev.
AQUARIUM: 50 gallon, 3
months old, with hood
and oak stand $100 So
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AQUARIUMS: 30 gal.,
cabinet stand, complete,
$100; 10 gal. w/equip.,
$15. 321-984-8446 SBrev
AREA RUG, 5x8, $20; Qn
comforter set, sheer cur-
tains, $25; Crystal beaded
clock, $10. 321-951-2609
BAR STOOLS: 4 director
from Pier One, Natural
wood, interchange. covers
$100 352-428-1581
BARBIE DOLLS- New in
Box-(2) lndian.$35/ea. El-
vis musical jewelry box,
NIB. $45. 321-768-6628
BATHROOM VANITY,
NIB, 48",solid wd w/ma-
hog. stain, brass hdware,
$200. 321-453-5739
BATHROOM VANITY,
white formica, 30x29x20,
Al,$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 ENGLISH
classic, rudge, 3 speed,
$175, call 321-254-3577.
BICYCLES 2 Children's
bikes, 1 adult beach
cruiser, $25 each.
321-725-4869 S. Brev.
BIKE: TANDEM iron
horse amigo 6 speed Shi-
mano, alum. wheels.
$150 321-773-8567
BIRD CAGE Large iron,
$100/obo. Call
321-537-8328 So. Brev.
BOAT ANTENNA, 8' fi-
berglass w/folding mount,
$30; bait bucket, $8; gaff
hook, $25, call 723-0138.
BOAT, 10FT fiberglass
strong transom could use
paint no title $100 So
Brev 321-837-1328
BODY BUILDING Exer-
cise Equip.- famous Body
by Jake ab workout,brand
newly $39. 321-288-2924


BOOTS & HELMET for
horse riding, new, $200,
call 321-506-4253, S. Br.
BRISTOL SET, white
wash, needs glass, looks
great, $50, call
321-752-0946, So. Brev.
BUFFETT/ SIDEBOARD
nice, good condition, or-
nate, antiquity look, $199
321-259-1848 SoBrev
CHAIN SAW: Poulan 18
inch, with case, $110 No
Brev 321-635-4743
CHAIRS, (2), living room,
both swivel & rock, per-
fect condition, $75/each.
321-757-5010 S. Brev.
CHEST FREEZER 5.0
cu ft $125. Landscaping
rocks $75. All OBO
321-676-6084 So Brev
CHINA CABINET, wall
unit, ash veneer, buffet 2
shelves, $200, call
321-259-2960, So. Brev.
COFFEE TABLE- 2 end
table w/ glass, cream,
aluminum, in/out door,
$50, call 321-777-5047.
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.
DAY'BED w/ 2 mattress-
es, white w/ gold balls
used twice, $195, call
321-259-0185, So. Brev.
DINING CHAIRS, carved
backs, (6) oak $150/all;
Queen Anne cherry end
table, $50. 321-536-6904


DINING ROOM Set: Oval
table 63x39 inches, 4
chairs. Teak color. $150
321-242-8361 SoBrev
DINING SET, Oak formi-
ca w/ wide leaf. 4 blue
naugahyde capt. chairs.
$199 321-952-0175
DINING SET, outdoor, 8
pc, $100; Wooden Dining
set, 4 chairs, 30"x48", $80
321-757-6774 S. Brev.
DINING TABLE, butcher
block, solid red oak,
72"x36", $200. Call
321-751-1935 S. Brev.
DINING TABLE, round
wood, 4 chairs, very nice
$40 386-663-8217 SoVol
DOORS: ELEGANT
Double entry, 8 feet high,
6 feet wide $200 NoBrev
321-269-6796
DRAFTING TABLE,
great shape, new $150,
sell for $50, call
321-288-0064, So. Brev.
DRILL PRESS: Crafts-
man, Large floor unit, 42
inch capacity, $195 So-
Brev 321-757-0588
ELECTRIC CHAIR, Navy
$199 321-777-5801
ENTERTAIN CNTR,
holds 32" TV & Stereo w/
cabinets, $75, call
321-254-4319, So. Brev.
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
'TER: fits up to a 32 inch
TV, Must sell. $30 obo
904-536-1418 SoBrev
EXERCISE BIKE: $25,
Fish Tank 4 ft. long, 13 in
wide, 21 in high $50 So
Brev 321-777-5080
FICTION/NON- FICTION
books on Vietnam, over
20 for $30, call
321-917-8049, So. Brev.
FILING CABINET
43'x20'40' 3 drawer $45.
Electric typewriter, exc.
cond. $25. 321-724-2950
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Yamaha electric organ
$50 321-254-9609
FLUTE ARMSTRONG
104 silverplated with
case good condition $175
321-259-4793 SoBrev
FREEZER: SMALL up-
right $199 321-724-1312
GARAGE DOOR opener,
Craftsman, 1/2HP, plus
accessories, ex cond,
$75, call 321-259-9762.
GOLF CLUBS, left, Full
set, Penn Hybrid irons w/
H/C, ex cond, call
321-639-7013,.So. Brev.
GOLF CLUBS, Merritt,
FG short, woods & irons,
$70 all, 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: Mens, 8
irons & 3 woods, w/ bag,
reg $325, sell for $125,
call 321-724-4854, S. Br.
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.
HEADBOARD for Bed-
Wood: 1 unit $19.
321-473-3551 S. Brev.
HITCH/ WIRE Harness
from 1 ton Chevy Dually
2003 /newer. Like new
$100 obo 321-626-7997
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. Brev.
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.
LAWN CART, Scott's,
fiberglass, gd cond, $20,
call 321-751-6171, S. Br.
LAWN MOWER- self
propel, Craftsman, used
2 seasons, gd cond, $75,
call 321-255-0122, S. Br.
LAWN MOWER: Murray
4.5hp 20inch rear bag
used 1 year (new $185)
$75 321-242-1136
LEXMARK, 125 color
printer, scanner, fax, $20
OBO; HP C3180 printer
new $80. 321-373-6839
LIFT CHAIR, Mauve,
excellent condition. Used
very little. $150 obo
321-633-3267 NoBrev
LINENS: SHEETS/ Pil-
low cases, queen, full,
crib set, all $1-$2 each
321-777-2995 SoBrev
LOVESEAT, LA-Z-BOY,
w/ 2 separate recliners,
green, Scot guarded,
$100, call 321-635-6005.

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Queen, HD Board $85
Roll 'N' Lock Tundra cov-
er $110 321-951-2505
MATTRESS: QUEEN
Pillowtop both sides,
Subsidiary of Kingsdown
$80 321-956-0894
MATTRESS: SIMMONS
King memory foam $100
Massage heat recliner
chair $75 321-952-8957
MAYTAG, GAS stove, w/
exhaust hood, $35;
Weight set, $20, call
321-773-0013, So. Brev.
MEMORY FOAM queen
2" bed topper, good con-
dition, $65. 321-536-9791
S. Brevard
MERCRUISER PRE-
ALPHA Outdrive, used
but good $200 SoBrev
321-288-8733
MICRO WAVE, Magic
Chef, like new, $25, call
321-952-9799, So. Bray.
MICROWAVE: $20
321-777-4976 SoBrev
MIRROR FOR Dresser/
Wall 40" round mirror.
Excellent condition. $50
321-259-5878 SoBrev
MODELS: SEALED box
mint USS Kitty Hawk $25
B25J Mitchell WWII $9 5
more IR 772-581-8527
MONITOR: Computer
17" flat screen, Balance,
6 mths. old $75
772-664-3803 bc
MOTOR BRACKET: Ful-
ton Outboard, for up to 20
hp lists for $164.99, sell-
ing $49.95 321-725-7848
MOTOR: TROLLING
Minn Kota Vantage, 50 Ib
thrust, 12v, bow mount,
$150 321-676-5213
MOTORCYCLES (2)
Pocket Rockets, 1 com-
plete, 1 in parts. $200/all.
321-768-0567 So.Brev.
MOUNTAIN BOARD:
MBS Ambush with de-
tachable brake. Hardly
used $65 321-267-1735
MOVIES, VCR 50 @ $2
ea., your choice,
321-751-6173 So. Brev.
NIGHT TABLES/STAND
(2) Bennington Pine, dark
solid wood. $100 each
SoBrev 321-984-8774
OAK TABLE, 42" sq w/
leaf and 3 arm chairs,
$50; Compressor, $40,
call 321-242-7040, S. Br.
PARTITION FILE folders,
ass't colors w/1 partition,
$1.40/ea. 321-725-8392
S. Brevard
PARTITION FILE folders,
ass't colors w/2 partitions,
$2.40/ea. 321-725-7379
S. Brevard
PATIO FURNITURE:
PVC Hightop table, 4
chairs, cushions, $100
NoBrev 321-452-2468
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
PET PAD: Nikken mag-
netic. Big enough to put
on reg. mattress. $175
321-302-6688 SoBrev
PLAY GYMS: Little
Tykes (3), Log cabin $60,
Big w/ slides $50, Sm w/
slide $25 321-759-6905

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1.5hp, used 6 mos. $75;
Computer armoire Saud-
er $50 321-637-9317
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.
RANGE, G.E., 30", white,
$75; Compaq comp,
w/mouse, keyboard, $80,
call 321-768-7527, S. Br.
RANGE, JENN AIRE,
drop in, $125, double
sink, stainless steel, $35,
call 321-723-1622, S. Br.
RANGE: FRIGIDAIRE
Drop-in 30 inch, Oven,
hood, Dark almond $50
321-452-8601 NoBrev
RECLINER, BLUE, big-
man, over, stuffed, $190,
call 321-768-2205, S. Br.
RECLINER: LA-Z-BOY
Leather, beige, wood on
arms, excellent condition
$125 321-773-1789
REFRIG RCA 21.7 cubic
ft, Icemaker, on wheels,
beige w/ brown trim, $50,
call 321-508-4593 S. Br.
REFRIGERATOR, KEN-
MORE, white, 4 yrs. new,
very good cond., $200.
321-984-8367 S. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR,side by
side, looks & works great,
ice maker needs minor
repair,$200.321-639-1336
REFRIGERATOR: 14
cuft.; Pine armoire Great
condition. $50 each No
Brev 321-638-4512
REFRIGERATOR: 9.8
cuft 1 year old $100, 5
piece PVC bar set $75
321-213-0587 SoBrev
REFRIGERATOR:
STOVE, Hood, Dish-
washer, Complete setup
$195 321-961-2521
ROCKER GLIDER with
ottoman, cranberry color
excellent condition $125
321-757-0797 SoBrev
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
RUGS ETC 5X8 $30, End
Tables $30, Cabinet end
table $20, 15" TV $20
772-664-1877 So Bre.
SHOP TOOLS: Bandsaw
10 inch, 3/4hp Wind tun-
nel fan, Hand ironworker
more $199 321-480-1822
SHOWER DOOR,
framed, pivoting L/R, rain
glass, new in box, $150,
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Wooden table $150 Great
Shape, accessories incl.
321-242-6443
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double bowl white, ex-
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$200 321-783-5452
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condition, tires excellent,
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Nasa $349 321-725-1280
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ARMOIRE: Ethan Allen
piece. Solid cherry wood.
Like new! Original $3500,
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772-770-4838
BEAUTIFUL CHERRY
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$1350. Still in boxes. Can
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coffee & end tables, w/
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Great cond 321-777-3727
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new, sell for $675. Call
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DINING TABLE, 6 chair,
stone pedestal glass top.
$275. Stone glass top
coffee table $60. Double
reclyner couch $75.
321-750-8154
DINING TABLE, glass
rattan, 6 chairs, exc.
cond., $300; Pfaltzgraff
dishware, $300 value -
sell $90. 321-639-0730
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, medium oak, 7'x6',
lights, glass doors, like
new. Paid $800 sell
$525/obo. 321-242-9381
FULL Mattress Set new
factory sealed. Able to
deliver $100.
321-255-3415
FURNITURE: 4 Post Bed
king, compl. $290; Queen
dbl Pillowtop, never used,
,Pd.$890-sale $340; Twin
Bed $85; Antique brass 4
Post bed, full, $125; Fu-
ton bed $75; Washer &
Dryer, like new, $275; Lg.
wood office desk, Paid
$1400-sell $225; 4 wood
dinette chairs $80;Antique
wall mirror $90;Gun Cabi-
net $125; 6 drawer chest
$45; Wood Dinette Set
$90; Lazy Boy Recliner
$40; Coffee & 2 End $85.
321-432-1997
MATTRESS, NEW, Serta
Vera Wang, deluxe super
pillowtop, never used, still
in plastic.Orig. $1400 -sell
$425. 321-474-1561
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Model Home Furniture
New sofa /loveseat $495
5pc BR set $375 Bunk-
bed $275 321-725-1280
Moving Salel Ethan Al-
len:2 end tables, 1 coffee,
honeypine,$150; 8x10 ori-
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321-536-6904 / 507-4530
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Walnut. Orig $2300, sell
$800. Simmons mattress
& boxspring, $400.' All
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suede. Never used!! Still
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CBS NEW HOME: 3/2/2,
Scrn porch, 9'4" ceil. XL
kit, insul wind., extra high
efficient. Many more xtr's.
$179,000. 772-633-1839
Vero Lake Estates. Nr
1-95 & State Rd 512.
MELBOURNE 3BR,1 BA,
1 car gar. new kit & bath.
wood firs. throughout.
Nice dble lot. For Sale by
owner $169K
321-729-8252
Melbourne
FOR SALE
OR LEASE
Central Melbourne loca-
tion. 3BR/1BA/1 Car Ga-
rage. Wood floors, com-
pletely remodeled, on
DOUBLE LOT. Purchase
$169K, or $950/mo rent.
Spence Servoss
Oceanside Realty
321 951-7577
MICCO 3-br/2-ba 2-cg
1.39 acres 4 yrs old
hurricane shutters pool
hot tub, lanai top of the
line appliances $389,000
772-663-1949
PALM BAY 3/2/2, Ig.
corner lot, just renovate-
d, Rent to own or
purchase/owner finance.
$195. New kitchen, new
roof. Move in ready,
407-509-3565
PALM BAY Free gift $
For rent or sale 3/2/2.
new home, Ig kitchen &
family rm, security system
& storm shutters. Quiet
street, by schools. $185K
or $950/mo All Florida
Realty 321-984-1324
PALM BAY NW, 3/2/1,
split plan, quiet neighbor-
hood, good location,
move-in condition, all new
appliances, $152,000.
321-951-9807
PALM BAY, 3/2/3.5, dou-
ble lot, fenced back yard,
canal, in-ground pool,
new appliances, walk-in
tub, shed, new carpet
$310,000 321-951-7750


PALM BAY, NW 3/2/2,
master tub w/ jacuzzi, pri-
vacy fence, above ground
pool, built '91, 1400 sq ft.
All flooring new. $215,000
321-952-8679
PALM CITY Danforth
Subdivision on lake,
3br/2ba/2cg with Pool &
Fenced yard. Wood
floors and beautiful front
door. $489,000
772-631-6682

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across from beach, w/
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4BA, 25ft. ceilings
*3000sf. Built 2002. Pool,
waterfall. Appraised
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PORT ORANGE
REDUCED $50,000
$549,000 to $499,000

CAREER RELOCATION
OUT OF STATE.GREAT
FAMILY HOME 1673
NEW TOWN TERRACE
TOWN PARK ESTATES.
3 YRS OLD 5 BED-
ROOM, 4 BATH, OFFICE
AREA, BONUS ROOM,
LARGE HEATED POOL,
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF
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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-
3bd/3ba/3cg, approx.
3200 sq ft., oversized
pool & scr. patio, loaded
amenities. Fireplace.
$599,000. 386-767-2299
TITUSVILLE, N.-By Own-
erl 3/2/2, 1300 sf, hot tub,
many upgrades,big lot, 20
trees, $145K Appraised
$175K. Quick close! Des-
peratel 321-848-8707

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VERO BEACH
Remodeled 2 Br/ lba,
Florida room. Corner lot,
central ac, ceiling fans,
dishwasher, wood floors,
washer/dryer in separate
utility room, carport,
shed. Convenient to
Route 60 & US1. Rose-
wood School district.
$120,000. Possible rent
to own, 772-812-1000.

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FT. PIERCE: 2-br/2-ba
Large Luxury Villa, Surrey
Woods off 25th St. Gated
comm w/ pool. New car-
pet & tile, Inci all appli-
ances. For sale by owner.
$124,900.772-349-7345
INDIALANTIC, TOWN-
HOUSE for sale by own-
er, 2BR/2.5BA, living, din-
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kitchen, 1350 sq ft. Possi-
ble owner financing. Call
$209,500.321-574-5092
TITUSVILLE, By Owner,
Meadows East townhome
2/2, A/C 2006, roof '99,
1,170 sq. ft., screened
porch, enclosed laundry,
$109,000.321-264-0665



LAKE PARK 2br/2ba
with fenced yard on Cul
de sac. 3952 Loni Street
$185,000 Call VanHorn
Realty LLC 561-503-0378


KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell on
1.32acs. 1217SF ready to
finish. Wooded lot
w/view. E-Z financing.
Call 828-652-8700
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PALM BAY SW, 80x125,
close to shopping, restau-
rants, 1-95, $22,500. Call
321-951-1211
PALM BAY, 1/4 acre, city
water sewer, surveyed,
cleared and filled to
house pad. Ready to
build. 5 minutes to 1-95
$65K 561-846-2495
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
apple's, some furn., exc.
cond., needs some new
flooring, $350 materials
req'd + 5 days of labor.
Updated kitch., int. decor,
new windows. Pick up fly-
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by appt. 321-525-2362.
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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
MELBOURNE, 1 BR/I
BA, 60'Lx11.5', fully fur-
nished, all appl's, new
paint & AC's, nicely land-
scaped,lot rent only $319,
$7000. 305-731-3227
MELBOURNE, W., 1982
Fleetwood, 14'x57', single
wide, 2 Bedroom/1 Bath,
remodeled! Furnished,
screen patio, shed,
$19,500. 315-730-0853
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, hshld. garbage bags
lawn care incld. in month-
ly lot rental $455.
$48,000. 386-322-5462
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
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* 35 acres on beautiful
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1-864-353-9363
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5 acres. Lake Marion
area. By owner. Beautiful
building site less than 4
miles to lake. Near
Manning S.C. $39,900.
E-Z terms.
Owner financing.
803-473-7125

SOUTH CAROLINA
Almost 3 acres, excel-
lent building tract, light-
ly wooded, high land.
Fronts paved road, no
impact fees. Low
taxeslinsurance.
$27,900 Owner financ-
ing 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
with one way entr/exit.
$269,900. 386-322-1695
see photos online at
Hometownnewsol.com Ad #
43127


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SCOTTSMOOR- 3br/lba
over 1/2 acre, fruit trees,
fenced, carport, updated.
Motivated seller.
$119,900 386-690-1623

ST. MARY'S W. VA. 83
acres w/ woods, valley,
overlooking Ohio River.
Property has 5 bay ga-
rage, office wl/ bath,
many possibilities, new
survey, $189,900. Own-
er financing.
740-489-9146
TENNESSEE ACRE-
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mountaintop homesite
w/ woods. Paved roads,
utilities and river ac-
cess. Beautiful, Near
Chattanooga $39,900
Owner Financing.
866-550-5263
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(276)694-2646

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4ac-30ac. tracts for build-
ing sites. 50ac-1,500ac
for recreational building.
Rolling hills, Water/ Elec-
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Lakes for fishing. $1,500/
ac & up. Possible owner
financing. 270-703-7234




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WAREHOUSE
FOR SALE
2860 sqft, middle of Fort
Pierce, US1 & Dickson
Drive,on 1/2 acre of Park-
ing $495,000.
772-521-5111

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STUART Free standing
historical office across
from Martin County Court
House, 1400 sq ft. Great
location. $544,000
772-631-6682




VERO BEACH 2 Light
Commercial Lots. Side by
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-
ness location/storage etc.
$149,000 for both
772-633-2000




NEW SMYRNA BEACH
5 beautiful cleared dry
acres, 3 stall barn, 2 tack
rooms, pond, 2/2 house,
55ft deck.1.5cg $325,000
New Smyrna Beach Re-
alty Melynda Johnson
386-690-6260





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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT


FOUND ROOMMATE!!!
I found a roommate with
my Hometown News ad!
Thank you! T.K.
Rockledge
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
Melb./Eau Gallie Active
Female Senior looking for
same to share home, 2
large rooms & priv. bath.
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
See photos online www.
HometownNewsOL.com
MELBOURNE, clean
peaceful room for rent,
kitchen privileges, near
BCC & King Center, $405
month incl's all + deposit.
321-752-8701 / 441-3967


PALM BAY roommate
to share new custom
home. $100/week + util-
ities, includes private
room w/house to share,
free cable. 321-795-6171

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
SATELLITE BEACH,
A1A, responsible room-
mate to share 3 BR/2.5
BA townhouse, $700/mo.
+ 1/2 electric. Call Tom
321-427-2413
VERO BEACH: Furn. rm
w/ bath & private ent., in
new home. Gated comm.
w/pool, tennis, etc. Conv
to shopn. $135/wk + 1/2
utilities, no smoking.
772-770-4838
W. MELBOURNE, clean,
quiet, non-smoking Chris-
tian lady looking to share
townhouse w/same, all
amenities. Own room &
BA, $425/mo. + 1/2 util's,
+ dep. Ref's req'd & prov.
Denise 321-604-0627



VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
nished starting at $800.
Call Paula Rogers & As-
sociates 772-231-9121,
772-473-7009 cell


SPECIAL

WHEEL

DEALS!!
Reach over
one million
potential
buyers from
North Palm Beach
thru Ormond Beach
HOMETOWN NEWS
321-242-0442
SPECIAL PROMO
RATES


PALM BAY
TOWNHOUSE $499 MO.
1 BR 1 BA, Central A/C,
W/D, NEW Carpet, Tile,
Patio, Garage Available!!!ll

PALM BAY ROAD
OFFICE/PROF. $1,600 MO.
1,650 SF, 2 BA, Kitchen,
Water & Sewer, Parking!!!
Call (321) 544-5272

INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
WALK TO BEACH $750 MO.
1 BR 1 BA, FREE Cable!!!
NEW Kitchen, Bath, Tile!!!


SATELLITE BCH
2 BR DUPLEX $1,100 MO.
RENOVATED!l 2 Full BA,
Garage, W/D. Central A/C,
Fenced Yard, FREE Lawn
Service!!!


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
COCOA. Near BCC, 2
BR 2BA. Like new, com-
pletely tiled, community
pool. $750/mo
321-698-1217, 632-7986
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or 1br/1ba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or lbr/1ba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503

NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
321-242-0442

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Con^dos fo Ren


EAU GALLIE 1BR $600.
COCOA BCH 2BR $700
COCOA 3BR House
$950. 321-631-9649
INDIALANTIC, 2 br/2 ba,
furn., 1 block to beach,
pool, W/D, 1st floor, end
unit. $1200 mo. 321-779-
8782 / 772-664-4442 or
631-834-7787 Avail. 9/1
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.
Contact Jacquie for more
info 321-505-4217


LAKE WASHINGTON
AREA Lovely 1/1 fully ap-
plianced. Scrn. porch, in
Grt 55+ comm. $650/mo.
Immed. Occ. Keller Wil-
liams Realty of Brevard
Sandy MacDonald
321-302-0373

MELB. BCH. STUDIO,
full kitchen, fully furnish-
ed, king & sofa beds. Incl:
DSL, basic electric &
utils. Avail 9/1 $273 week
321-725-8392
MELBOURNE, 2/2 Re-
modeled Condo, screen
porch, pool. Seasonal or
yearly. $975/ month
321-254-8002, 427-9833
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
MELBOURNE- 3BR/1BA
Centrally located. LR,
kitchen, balcony. Includes
water & pest. $650/mo. +
$300 deposit. Call
321-722-0781
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



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SClub Ho,,e .
S Swimming Pool
S.24/HR Firnesq Center
SFull Equipped Kirtchens
Water & Sewer Included'

1-BeAroom $567.00
2-Bedrooms 1692.00
S 3-Bcdroom, $772.00
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Reduced securitrv ith approved credit
1-866-871-3785


HAMJPTON :GREENS


22t01 Himpton Greens BhId., Melbourne,
ww.iconcordrenis.com


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 Furn Apt
or Guest Suite fully equip
kitchen, living room &
bedroom combo. All utilit-
ies & cable incl for $125
& up 772-913-2422

SEBASTIAN 2Br/2Ba
with amenities,
(clubhouse, pool, tennis)
$950/mo + F/L/S
772-538-0031

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

SEBASTIAN: Adorable,
furn by river. 1 bdrm cot-
tages including utilities,
cable, w/d. No security
from $175. weekly. 11330
US Hwy 1. 772-321-3202

TITUSVILLE: 2/1 tile
throughout, new bath-
room, super clean, w/d,
pool, no pets. Walk to
river. $675/mo lease op-
tion avail. Enzo Lombar-
di, Mike Selig & Associ-
ates. 321-298-7757

VERO BEACH 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
www.HometownNewsOL.com


ALL RENTALS Brevard
County. Call Rental
Finders 321-724-9034
www.rentalfindersbrevard
florida.com
BEACHSIDE RENTALS
2 BR Condo, pool, beach
park $850. Duplex 3/1.5
$890. Large 1 BR, pool,
fenced yd $875. All in-
clude cable and water
321-960-4803
FORT PIERCE, Portofino
Shores, 3/2/2, Fully Fur-
nished (Tommy Baha-
ma), Gated Community.
$900/mo FS or sell for
$219,900. 772-370-3591
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, Wickham
Forest 3/2/2 fenced back
yard, screen patio, lawn
service incl., 2437 sqft
$1475/m JoAnn P. Davis
Realty Inc, 321-783-0120
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
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com
MERRITT ISLAND Dock
house with 27ft boat slip.
Opens Sep 1st $685/mo
Call Judy 321-452-5464
PALM BAY NO DE-
CEMBER RENT! 3br/2ba
$1300/mo + Dep. 940
NE Fairhaven.
321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com

Call Classified
321-242-0442


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PALM BAY Rent to
own, 3/2/1, new doors &
carpet. nice lot, quiet,
$200 credit monthly to-
wards owning it.
$895/mo. 954-224-0622

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 SE Large
3br/2ba/2 car garage.
Near Babcock & Waco.
$850/mo. No pets. Call
WD Webb Realty
321-723-3311

PALM BAY SE Near
Bayside, quiet area. Lg.
3/2/2 car garage, built in
'06. Approx. 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, 3/2, patio,
fenced yard, near Bayside
Lakes. Nice area $1200
Negotiable. 321-728-3384
or cell 516-554-1051

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 & more! 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
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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-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
PALM BAY-SE. 3/2/1 car
gar. Quiet area. Washer/
Dryer hookup. LR & DR.
Tile throughout. Small pet
ok. $900/mo + $900 de-
posit. 321-544-6652
ROCKLEDGE Avail
Now! 2br/lba. New Roof
& AC. Nice area, Lge
fenced yard, boat parking,
W/D. $700mo/dep Pets
OK 321-591-6924
ROCKLEDGE Avail
Now! 2br/lba. New Roof
& AC. Nice area, Lge
fenced yard, boat parking,
W/D. $700mo/dep Pets
OK 321-591-6924
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 2/1
fenced yard, screened
porch, hurricane shutters,
garage, pets OK. Near
everything, gym, pool,
schools, shops. $800/mo
F/US 1-772-519-2637
VERO BEACH
RENT TO OWN
POSSIBLE
2 Br/ lba, Fla rm. Corner
lot, central ac, ceiling
fans, dishwasher, wood
floors, washer/dryer in
separate utility room, car-
port, shed. Conv. to Rte
60 & US1. $850/mo.
($50/mo discount for on
time payment) No pets.
Good credit, Available
Immediately
772-812-1000
772-337-9753.


SUNTREE, 3/2/2 Lawn
care & community pool
incl. $1100/month $800
deposit. 321253-3851
VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
n & unfurn. Starting at
$700. 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 included, W/D, 55+
Community, pool / club-
house, $795 + deposit
321-258-9203
W. MELBOURNE Great
Loc.,2BR/1BA w/gar, w/d,
close to all, quiet dead
end street, big yard, lake-
view, neat & tidy! $725/
mo. 321-863-6321
W. MELBOURNE, 3/2/2
new kitchen, large lot,
fenced yard. No Smoking,
no pets. $975/mo
32 1-288-381 1,
321-288-3815




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




MELBOURNE WEST 2/2
nice quiet neighborhood,
great location, individual
property, fenced yard,
$600 321-373-1112
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




In the heart of DOWN-
TOWN MELBOURNE -
Commercial 2180sf. or
620sf. + 1560sf. 802 E.
New Haven. Call for info
& price 321-501-3766
MELBOURNE NICE
OFFICE & Warehouse.
1000sf. (2) A/C's. 499B.
Babcock St. $650/mo.
Call 321-777-7262
VERO- Office / Retail.
Two spaces from
$500/mo. US1 great loca-
tion, 100K car count ev-
ery day. Immediate suc-
cess! 772-489-0180





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


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386-328-4681 office
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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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TENNESSEE CABIN
RENTALS: Call for Octo-
ber reservations. Great
Prices. www.AlphaLog
Cabins.comrn. Tour our In-
vestment properties and
receive 1 night free.
www. Worldwide Vacation
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FLAT ROCK NC- Book
Now for the Spectacu-
lar Fall Colors! 22 mi.
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


BLEVINS VACATION
Cabins. Dillsboro NC.
Great Smoky Mountain
Train Ride. White water
rafting. 2 to 4 br cabins.
1-800-247-3057 www.
dnet.net/blevinscabins/
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.
1-866-373-6307
www.cavendercreek.com


TRANSPORTATION


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



BLOWN HEAD GAS-
KET? State of the art
2-part carbon metallic
chemical process. Repair
yourself. 100% guaran-
teed. 1-866-780-9041
www.RXAuto.com
BMW 740i, 1999,
White with Tan Int., Cold
Air, 6 CD/Cass, Am/Fm,
Sunroof, Beautiful Condi-
tion. 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, '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




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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

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FORD EXLPORER '96,
V8, all wheel drive, aprox.
125K miles, new tires,
cold Air, good condition
$3200 321-750-8154

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

LAND ROVER '99 Dis-
covery, midnight blue,
auto transmission w/ 4
wheel drive option, A/C
$8,500 267-939-3902

MAZDA MIATA '02 Con-
vertible, good condition,
very clean, cold A/C,
109K miles, $8,995.
321-726-6428

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.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#24075


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
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA,
'96 Trek, white, Pwr
Steering, Pwr brakes,
good cond. in & out, AC,
$3500. 321-773-3683
VOLKSWAGON JETTA
VR6 '99.76K miles, leath-
er, moonroof, loaded!
Must see! Great Cond.
$6800obo. 321-759-5093




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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.hometownnews
ol.com ad # 24335

CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP! Coast to Coast
USA/ Canada. $8.00/
night (full hookup) Paid
$2595, illness forces sale
$595. 1-800-236-0327

Coachmen Leprechaun,
'94, Class C, 28', approx.
65K, sleeps 6, hydraulic
leveling, Al. Must see!
$14,500. 321-752-4698


Dodge Explorer Motor
home '87, 81K. New tires,
gen, roof air, kit/bath ref,
awning. Exc cond. $5500
772-766-5836
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.

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17'Open Fisherman, '00,
manuf. Polar, center con-
sole, Yam. 90hp 2 stroke,
loaded, trailer, A1 cond.
$7500/obo. 321-254-1296

19 1/2' BOWRIDER, I/O,
Volvo Penta, rebuilt en-
gine, new battery, GPS,
everything works. $4,500
Must Sell! 321-773-7613

BOAT SLIP for rent, ca-
nal, Satellite Beach. Call
321-779-1087
PONTOON BOAT, 25',
trailer,100hpMerc., updat-
ed, motor checked, dual
batteries, enclosed head,
"AM/FM. Ready to go!
$4300. Call 321-757-9027


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

ISUZU RODEO LS, '01,
excellent condition, load-
ed, 51K miles, silver, eld-
erly owner can't drive.
$8900/obo. 321-452-6162


SOLD!!!
I sold my boat with my
Hometown News ad!
Thank you! B.C.
Melbourne
SWEETWATER 17' 2006
with cover, Yamaha
motor, low hrs,, like
brand new $15,000
772-778-5619
TRADE 23' Center con-
sole fishing boat motor &
trailer for Flats boat or
Jeep Cherokee. 321-
799-1920 / 446-5250

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CHEVROLET SILVERA-
DO LS, 2004, 5.3 V8,
towing package, auto, 3
door, red, tinted windows,
$14,000. 321-720-4860
Chevy Silverado,'98, ext.
cab,350 autopower steer
ing/brakes/seat, leather,
CD, towing pkg., $5950.
321-727-2135 / 759-9241
DODGE PICK-UP, '05,
V6, PS, PB, cruise, Ton-
neau, 17K, blue, Michel-
ins, exc. cond.-my car!
$12,500. 321-259-5360

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WAVERUNNER, 1991,
Yamaha, w/trailer, runs
good, great condition,
$650. Call 321-406-0578



MARINER '98, great
shape, 6hp, $500 obo
321-775-4038, or cell
321-213-5753



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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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DODGE RAM SLT, '05,
4x4, Hemi, all power!
GPS, ABS, 35K miles,
sell for $11,977. Call
914-799-1090
FORD FREESTAR SE
2004 under 45,000 miles.
Cold A/C, very clean
$10,950 obo.
772-569-7090


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
SOLD!!!
I sold my Ford Windstar
van in just two weeks with
my Hometown News ad!
Thank you! L.B.
Melbourne
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
DUMP TRAILER 04 14'
triple crown low boy
Double piston, 14,000
GVW axles, new tires,
Roll up canvas tool box
$4000. 772-633-4206

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