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Your Local News & Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com


FRIDAY, September 28, 2007


Council blasts handling of allegations


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City to probe new
harassment charges
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE Council
members are still seething more
than a week after new allegations
of workplace harassment surfaced
at City Hall.
Some council members criticized
the alleged perpetrator, while oth-


ers condemned
what they called a
politically motivat- ;L
ed attack intended -
to remove the
council's newest !
member.
While city attor-
ney Jim Stokes
would not publicly
identify the indi-
vidual under inves-
tigation, several
city council members


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Settgast

told Home-


ON


town News the attorney informed
them that council member Charles
Settgast was named in the allega-
tions.
As of press time, Mr. Settgast,
who resigned the day after the
Sept. 19 meeting, said he had not
received formal notification of any
allegations.
"I think it was handled very poor-
ly," said council member Bill Met-
trick. "The matter should not have
been brought up to council the way
' it was."


While Mr. Mettrick agreed that a
thorough independent investiga-
tion. should be launched immedi-
ately, he argued that Mr. Stokes and
city manager David Reynal should
have given the council more
advanced notice.
"We could have gotten an e-mail
to let us know this was coming," he
said. "I'm disappointed."
In the final minutes of the four-
hour council meeting, Mr. Stokes


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Mayfair


Isles


This Week


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The Eau Gallie High School marching band performed during the football game Friday, Sept. 7, dressed in
new uniforms. The uniforms were purchased with money earned from fundraisers and donations.


progress

continues

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Plans for a
1,381-home, 253-acre subdivision
continued to gain momentum
with the City Council's prelimi-
nary plat approval for several
phases of the Mayfair Isles devel-
opment.
The development will be built
on vacant property bordered by
Florida Avenue, Babcock Street,
Lipscomb Street and Eber Boule-
vard/Pirate Lane.
"The planning and zoning
board has voted unanimously for
approval and staff recommends
approval (of the preliminary
plat)," said city of Melbourne
planning and economic develop-
ment director Cynthia Dittmer.
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Index
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Calendar A10
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Travel A12
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BY TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer
VIERA The Brevard County govern-
ment will begin the new fiscal year with a
total budget of $1.2 billion, or 4.6 percent
less than the current budget.
Fiscal 2008 starts Oct. 1 and ends Sept.
30, 2008. County commissioners approved
the new budget at their final budget hear-
ing Sept. 18.
They also approved the new tax rate of
$5.45 per $1,000 of a home's assessed
value, marking a 9.81 percent reduction
from the rollback rate. The rollback rate is
the rate that would provide the same
amount of tax revenue as the current year,
minus new construction.
County officials say the 9.81 percent
reduction exceeds the 9 percent decrease
that state officials required to provide tax
relief to homeowners.
Still, some residents at the Sept. 18


meeting complained they won't see the tax
relief some state politicians called for dur-
ing the Florida Legislature's early discus-
sions on tax reform.
While county officials cut more than $12
million from the new budget, some resi-
dents blamed the commissioners for not
doing more to decrease taxes.
"My property taxes are now 100 percent
more than they were four years ago," Gary
Johnson, a residential landlord from
Cocoa Beach, told commissioners.
But he said nothing he would say at the
meeting would change anything in the
new budget.
"Everything has been cast in stone," Mr.
Johnson said.
He and other residents complained that
the commission should have reduced
spending without waiting for the Legisla-
ture to force them to make cuts.


2007-08 budget cuts
Brevard County official made more than $12 mil-
lion in program cuts and reductions and eliminated
82 positions in the fiscal 2008 county budget.
Examples of some of the largest cuts and reduc-
tions include:
Eliminating some beach sand re-nourishment
projects, worth $3 million.
Eliminating four library construction projects,
worth $1.6 million.
Reducing hours for athletic fields, community
centers and nature centers, reducing parks mainte-
nance and eliminating 30 parks positions, worth a
total of about $972,000.
Reducing staff in the Road and Bridge Depart-
ment, worth a total of $380,723.
Information from the Brevard County Budget
Office


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Parents can keep


an eye on grades


Photo by Karen Braynard
Martha Moriarity, of Satellite Beach, checks Edline regularly to ensure she knows how
her son is doing in each class.


Technology
allows access
to daily work

BY KAREN BRAYNARD
Staff writer
This school year, many
parents will have the oppor-
tunity to monitor their chil-
dren's grades via the Inter-
net.
Edline, aWeb hosting por-
tal and software program,
allows teachers at partici-
pating schools to input stu-
dents' grades for Internet
viewing.
"Edline is an industry
leading solution," said Matt
Frey at the office of educa-
tional technology.
He described the program
as a great communication
tool for teachers, parents
and students.
The program is actually
two software components;


Grade Quick for the teach-
ers' input and Edline for
viewing access.
"Many of our teachers
were already familiar with
Grade Quick, which was one
of the reasons the district
went with Edline," he said.
"We trained 460 teachers
on the program over the
summer. Exit surveys
showed 90 percent were sat-
isfied with the training," he
said.
"Hopefully that correlates
with their satisfaction of the
program itself. We'll know in
October when we survey the
participating teachers
again."
Mr. Frey said 18 of the 57
elementary schools were
already using the program
and 21 of the 27 secondary
(middle and high) schools
were using Edline.
"At least 6,198 parents
have activated accounts and
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Council
From page Al
publicly informed council
members that he had
received complaints from
"three or four employees"
regarding the conduct of a
council member.
He asked the council to
authorize an independent
investigation, rather than
asking his office, the police
department or the city
manager's office to investi-
gate the allegations.
Council member Jan
Lieson echoed Mr. Met-
trick's complaints over per-
ceived unequal communi-
cation levels from city staff.
Ms. Lieson, Mr. Mettrick,
council member Virginia
Blanchard and deputy
mayor Hal Rose told Home-
town News that Mr. Stokes
took each of them aside
during a mid-point break in
the meeting to privately tell
them about the allegations.
Mr. Settgast was never
pulled aside by Mr. Stokes
and Mayor Shirley Brad-
shaw said Mr. Stokes had
called her prior to the meet-
ing to let her know of the
allegations.
"We should have all been
notified well before the
meeting," said Ms. Lieson.
"To grab somebody's arm
during a break is not the
way to let a council person
know about such a serious
issue."
While the council mem-
bers, except for John D'Ami-
co who was absent, unani-
mously approved the
independent investigation,
tempers continued to rise
after the meeting.
Several council members
told Hometown News they
believed a daily newspaper
was tipped by someone on
the council hoping to draw
attention to the issue before
the allegations could be
documented and investi-
gated.
"This whole thing seems
like a pre-arranged setup,"
said Mr. Rose. "As far as I
know, neither our attorney
nor city manager has even
spoken to Mr. Settgast
about anything to do with
this case."
"Shame on them," he said.
"We all have the right to be
informed, especially the
person being accused."
Some council members
were also sharply critical
that Mr. Stokes gave them
sensitive information
regarding a labor case with-
out proper legal guidance.


Minutes after being ques-
tioned by Hometown News,
Mr. Stokes issued a memo
to council and staff mem-
bers urging them "not to let
things go public that are not
yet available for public con-
sumption."
Additionally, Mr. Stokes
warned that Florida Statute
112.3188 stipulates that dis-
closing the identity of indi-
viduals bringing forth alle-
gations could be construed
as a misdemeanor.
"Your comments to the
press should be as limited
as possible so as to allow
the investigation to proceed
without hindrance," wrote
Mr. Stokes.
"We should have received
that advice at the time that
we received the informa-
tion," said Ms. Lieson.
While Mr. Stokes said he
believed no laws were bro-
ken if Mr. Settgast's name
was leaked to the media,
local attorney Mark Antho-
ny Gager could not agree
with that assessment.
"The statute has not been
interpreted by Florida
Appellate Court," he said.
"In Subsection 2, they say
'all information received' is
confidential. Well, the
name of the alleged perpe-
trator is part of that infor-
mation."
The morning following
the council meeting, Mr.
Settgast hand-delivered his
resignation to Mr. Reynal,
stating that philosophical
differences between he and
other council members
were causing health prob-
lems.
Mr. Settgast told Home-
town News.he believed he
was targeted because of his
vocal criticism the city's
handling of issues relating
to planning and zoning and
the hiring of Mr. Stokes as
the city's full-time attorney,
which he believes violated
the state's Sunshine Law.
"I can no longer be associ-
ated with a government that
operates that way," said Mr.
Settgast.
After hearing that Mr.
Settgast was frustrated that
she and Mayor Bradshaw
fought each of his proposed
initiatives, council member
Blanchard was outraged.
"What he said is totally
not true," said Ms. Blan-
chard. "I spoke to Charlie a
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Ms. Blanchard said she
begged Mr. Settgast not to
come on the council
because he would have dif-
ficulty adhering to the
state's Sunshine Law
requirements.
"The two of us (Ms. Blan-
chard and Mayor Brad-
shaw) voted against him
(for council appointment),"
she said. "I think he's had a
grudge ever since."
Mayor Bradshaw also
hoped the investigation
continued and dismissed
Mr. Settgast's allegations
that she and Ms. Blanchard
held a grudge against him.
"It just shows he has a
problem with women in
general," she said.
Mayor Bradshaw dispar-
aged her fellow council
members for criticizing the
city manager and attorney's
handling of the situation.
"These are people that try
to kill the messenger," she
said. "That is totally wrong.
If you don't support your
own employees, that's not a
good thing."
The mayor dismissed alle-
gations that she may have
been the source of a media
leak prior to the meeting.
"Let him prove it in court,"
she said. "Right now, we
have some women here
who have been victims
here, not Charlie."
Mayor Bradshaw, Mr.
Settgast and Mr. Stokes
were at the center of a
harassment controversy
less than four months ago
when a letter drafted by Mr.
Stokes warned newly
appointed council member
Settgast about allegations of
inappropriate behavior
with city staff members.
At the time, council mem-
bers again criticized Mr.
Reynal and Mr. Stokes for
their handling of the matter.
Mr. D'Amico accused
Mayor Bradshaw of being "a
divider who has a 'ven-
omous attitude against
opposing views."
In response to the events
last June, the city instituted
a special "Awareness Train-
ing" course for all city staff
and board members.
The 90-minute class cov-
ered sexual harassment,
Americans with Disabilities
Act and Equal Employment
Opportunity laws, said West
Melbourne's Management
Services coordinator Dan
Weimer.
While Mr. Settgast com-
pleted the course, Ms. Brad-
shaw and Ms. Blanchard
have not, Mr. Weimer said.
While all council mem-
bers agree a thorough
investigation of the com-
. plaints is in :order, battle
lines over the city's han-
dling of the matter are likely
to impact the upcoming
election
Ms. Blanchard and Mr.
Rose are both vying for the
mayor's seat. Ms. Bradshaw,
Mr. D'Amico and Ms.
Lieson are joining Andy
Jones and Mike Hazlett in a
race for three council seats.
"We need people on the
council that will help our
city prosper rather than
divide and cause turmoil,"
said Mr. Rose. "Some of the
people, on /the council
spend more time arguing
rather than dealing with
real city business."
Ms. Bradshaw said Mr.
Settgast's resignation would
bring to an end a difficult
chapter in the city's history.
"After the employees
found out he resigned, they
breathed a sigh of relief,"
she said.
Mr. Mettrick asked that
the investigation continue
because he believes the
allegations were politically
motivated.
"Mr. Settgast has served
this city in a great many
ways and has devoted a
large amount of his time for
all the people of West Mel-
bourne," said Mr. Mettrick.
"For it to end this way is not
right. No wonder no one
wants to be involved with
our great city."
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer

MELBOURNE The
dining hall of a local nurs-
ing and rehabilitation cen-
ter recently looked more
like a botanical garden
than a place to eat.
Hand-made quilts with
names like "Blue Skies and
Butterflies," "Basket of
Tulips," "Autumn Splen-
dor," and "Golden Sun-
flowers," each a colorful
tapestry with a garden
motif, adorned the tables
at Life Care Center of Mel-
bourne.
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Bea Yurkerwich brought
dozens of her masterpieces
to show to the facility's res-
idents.
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22 years," said Mrs. Yurker-
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is a resident at Life Care
Center. "Each quilt is one-
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drew high praise from Life
Care Center residents, visi-
tors and staff members.
"They're absolutely
beautiful," said South
Patrick Shores resident
Edith Jacobs. "I can't imag-
ine the patience it must
take to make one of these."
Each quilt can take any-
where from one to six
months to create, said Mrs.
Yurkerwich.
Members of the audi-
ence voiced their approval
as Mrs. Yurkerwich talked
about the love and care put
into each creation.
One of the crowd
favorites, Ginger Jars, was
featured in Quilters World
Magazine.
With black and red Ori-
ental undertones, the quilt
featured 12 identical jar
shapes, each cut from a
different Oriental print
fabric.
Mrs.. Yurkerwich was
quick to give praise to the


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Satellite Beach resident Bea Yurkerwich displays one of her handmade quilts during a
presentation at Life Care Center of Melbourne.


staff at Timbles and Thread
Quilt Shop in Merritt Island.
The quiltmakers at the shop
help assemble the three lay-
ers of fabric designed and
pre-cut by Mrs. Yurkerwich
to create a quilt.
Mrs. Yurkerwich got to
know some of the Life Care
Center residents when she
visited her husband at the
facility.
"Bob is my official
'Stitch-Outie,'" she said.
"That means he is an
expert seam ripper."
Ken Hjortsberg, Life Care'
Center director of activi-
ties, arranged Mrs. Yurker-:
wick's quilfdispla'y.
"Quilts touch all of our
residents' lives," he said.


"Quilts touch all of our residents' lives. They
trigger memories of the past because many
of our residents' parents and grandparents
did quilting '

Ken Hjortsberg
director of activities


"They trigger memories of
the past, because many of
our residents' parents and
grandparents did quilting."
Many "of Mrs. Yurker-
wich's 'creations are for
sale, with prices ranging
from $300-$900. She'Also
has written a how-to quilt-
ing book, "Fabulous Flower


Quilts."
For information, e-mail
Mrs. Yurkerwich at
beayurk@juno.com or visit
www.cquilttownusa. com.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
m an at (321) 751-5961 or at
sauerman@hometownnew-
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WEEK IN

REVIEW

West Melbourne police arrest
man for child pornography

WEST MELBOURNE An alert Wal-Mart store
employee helped police catch a Palm Bay man suspect-
ed of child molestation and child pornography.
Brian Neil Rozema, 34, of 1168 Hampshire Ave. N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept. 19 with four counts of sexu-
al battery, 13 counts of lewd or lascivious molestation,
122 counts of child pornography, 140 counts of
voyeurism and retail theft. I
Mr. Rosema had been printing photos at a self-serve
Kodak Kiosk machine at Wal-Mart, 845 Palm Bay Road,
and left the store unaware that more photos had not
been printed because the machine had run out of paper,
said West Melbourne Police Department Cmdr. Steve
Wilkinson.
When a store associate loaded paper into the
machine, she discovered photos depicting child pornog-
raphy
"The Wal-Mart employee should be commended,"
said Cmdr. Wilkinson. "She could have thrown the pic-
tures away, erased (the images on the computer) and
gone on with her day."
Police were able to identify the child and Mr. Rozema
from the photos and executed a search warrant with the
help of the Palm Bay Police Department, he said.
Cmdr. Wilkinson praised Wal-Mart staff for its fast
response and for turning over the kiosk to aid in the
investigation.
Police were able to recover deleted photographs from
the kiosk's hard drive.
Mr. Rozema is being held without bond.

'Subgroups' of student
population improve scores
VIERA Brevard Public Schools has made "outstand-
ing progress" in narrowing the achievement gap among
subgroups of the student population since 2002, school
district officials said.
Officials track the progress of white, black, Hispanic,
English language learners, economically disadvantaged
students and students with disabilities in reading and
math, according to information from the district.
Officials said they've focused on the percent of lowest
performing students at Achievement Level 1, the per-
cent of students performing at or above grade level at
achievement Level 3 and above, and the percent of high-
est performing students at Achievement Levels 4 and 5.
"When you compare this 2007 data to the 2002 data, it
is clear to see that the district is making dramatic
progress when it comes to fostering student achieve-
ment in all demographic categories," superintendent
Richard DiPatri said in a news release. "We are closing
the achievement gap, and appreciate the continued
hard work on the part of our students, teachers and par-
ents."
To track improvements, officials compared demo-
graphic data from 2002 to data from 2007. The data for
English language learners, however, compares data from
2003 the first year it was available to 2007.
According to the 2007 FCAT Demographic Report,
every subgroup showed improvement in reading. The
percent of students at Level 1 decreased, the percent of
students at Levels 3 and above increased and the per-
cent of students at Levels 4 and 5 increased.
The same was true for all subgroups in math, except
for a small decline in the percent of English language
learners performing at Levels 4 and 5.
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From page Al
But commission chair-
woman Jackie Colon said
the Legislature directed all
of Florida's 67 counties to
reduce spending.
In addition to making
budget cuts, Brevard Coun-
ty officials eliminated a
total of 82 positions in the
new budget, county man-
ager Peggy Busacca said.
About half of those posi-
tions were vacant positions,
Mrs. Colon said.
"These cuts hurt," she
said.


Mrs. Colon added that
people might not see the
effect of the loss of the
vacant positions right away.
"But you will in a couple
of months," she said.
Dennis Rogero, director
of the county Budget Office,
said the county's fiscal 2008
total anticipated operating
property tax reveriue is
$222.1 million, a $9.6 mil-
lion decrease compared to
the anticipated fiscal 2007
revenue of $231.7 million.
But Scott Ellis, the county


Clerk of Courts who acts as
a watchdog of the commis-
sion, said nothing has been
truly cut, just shifted
around.
"There are no tax breaks
if there are no tax cuts," he
said.
In a report he wrote
before the final budget was
approved, Mr. Ellis said the
county "has flattened rev-
enue at last year's enor-
mous House Bubble wind-
fall level, and small
individual reductions this


year come from new tax-
payers sharing the bill
(almost $10 million in new
construction) and certain
property having (its) tax-
able value decreased.
Through the movement of
money from utilities,
grants, bonds and inter-
fund transfers, it is very
easy to create a budget that
goes down while taxes go
up, and vice versa."
Mr. Ellis said the total tax
revenue from last year and
the proposed tax revenue
(property taxes and proper-
ty assessments) for next
year were both at $308 mil-
lion.


During earlier budget
talks this year, county offi-
cials anticipated the aver-
age property owner in the
unincorporated area of the
county would see a $5.39
decrease on the ad valorem
portion of their county tax
bill.
That decrease applied to
a single-family residence
with a 2006 median taxable
value of $95,980 and a 3
percent increase in value.
But after seeing their
Truth in Millage Notice,
some taxpayers have
learned they will pay more
in property taxes.
"I'm looking at a 3-4 per-


cent increase in my proper-
ty taxes," county resident
Michael Simkin told com-
missioners at the meeting.
He said the commission
is a fiscally un-conservative
body that serves a fiscally
conservative electorate and
is moving toward socialism
with the amount of pro-
grams it supports.
"I'm from Europe and I
moved here to get away
from socialism," Mr. Simkin
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mously granting prelimi-
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first four of 14 parcels with-
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The council also
approved plans for the main
roadway system, stormwa-
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recreational facilities.
"We have spent consider-
able time and effort with
(city) staff," said Philip
Nohrr, attorney for the
developer, Southern Homes
of Melbourne. "This is a very
exciting project. It's a very
large piece of land."
Access to the Mayfair Isles
homesites will be from the
north, south and eastern
roadways, not Babcock
Street.
The property sits on the
boundary with Palm Bay,
near Palm Bay High School.
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the infrastructure improve-
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POLICE REPORT


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.

Melbourne Police
Department

Michael Allan Belt, 51, of
3560 Buddy Drive, West Mel-
.bourne, was charged Sept. 14
with failure to appear, posses-
sion of a controlled substance
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Bobbie Carter Jr., 40, of
2617 Race St., Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 14 with
sale of a controlled substance,
possession of marijuana and
two counts of possession of a
controlled substance.
Trevor Henry Collins, 23,
of 3435 Henry St., Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 14 with
being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license, resisting
arrest without violence,
attaching an unassigned tag,
aggravated assault, driving
under the influence, reckless
driving and two counts of
fleeing/attempting to elude a
police officer.
Antonio R. Hardy, 31, of
3595 Lipscomb St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 14
with resisting arrest without
violence and possession of
cocaine.
Raymond Peter Snyder,
39, address unknown, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 14
with assault on a law-
enforcement officer and
resisting arrest with violence.
John Michael Walker, 22,
of 2757 Fountainhead Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 14 with fraudulent use
of a credit card and forgery.
Robert Steven Bowes, 44,
of 360 Handford Road S.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
18 with carrying a concealed
weapon.
Matthew Marshall
Corbin, 26, of 2400 Wood-
wind Trail, No. 108, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 18
with battery-domestic vio-
lence and disorderly intoxica-
tion.
Casey Jermaine Gowins,,
18, of 900 Daytona Drive,,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
18 with attempting to solicit
or conspire, grand theft, pos-
session of burglary tools and


two counts of burglary.
Jeremy Joshua Tromp, 19,
of 619 Dartmouth Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 18
with possession of marijuana
with intent to sell, possession
of marijuana and two counts
of possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Delvis Jose Acosta-Polan-
co, 24, of 7667 N. Wickham
Road, No. 602, Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 19 with two
counts of grand theft, two
counts of forgery, unautho-
rized use or possession of a
driver's license, uttering a
forged instrument, making a
false statement to obtain
credit or property, trafficking
in stolen property and crimi-
nal use of a personal identifi-
cation.
Kenneth Latrel Gordon,
24, of 3411 Saxon St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 19
with being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license and resisting
arrest without violence.
Shawn Ray Tumrney, 41, of
1320 Morgan Court, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 19
with grand theft, two counts
of burglary and three counts
of trafficking in stolen proper-
ty.
Tamara Bowers, 23, of 763
Tupelo Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 20 with
battery-domestic violence.
Jason K. Ganon, 18, of
1556 Parkway Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 20
with aggravated assault.
Deidra Marie Jefferson,
21, of 170 Friday Court, West
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 20 with grand theft and
four counts of uttering a
forged instrument.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Richard Jerome Smith, 49,
of 816 E. Camphor Way, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 14
with felony retail theft and
violation of parole.
Oree Williams, 54, of 2821
Grant St., Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 14 with felony
retail theft.
Carl R. Pypers, 20, of 51
Piney Branch Way, West Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 17
with barierv-domestic vio-
lence, criminal mischief,
grand theft and violation of
probation.
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Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
19 with four counts of sexual
battery, 13 counts of lewd or
lascivious molestation and
one count each of possession
of a photograph of a sexual
performance by a child,
voyeurism and retail theft.
Anthony R. Stewart, 19, of
1760 Gagman St. N.W., Palm
Bay, was charged Sept. 19
with possession of cocaine
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Delores Belinda English,
44, of 2342 Grant St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 14
with sale of cocaine.
Thomas Lee Mercer 111, 33,
of 1500 Windwood Drive N.E.,
No. 102, Palm Bay, was
charged Sept. 14 with lewd
and lascivious exhibition.
Paul Michael Ward, 21, of
1651 Bruman Terrace, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 14
with causing an accident
involving death or personal
injury, driving while intoxicat-
ed-causing damage to a per-
son or property and reckless
driving.
Michelle Lynn Winscher,
27, of 1025 Medallion Drive,
Rockledge, was charged Sept.
14 with grand theft.
Gregg Arthur Anderson,
52, of 2078 Tullagee Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 15
with possession of cocaine
and felony violation of proba-
tion.
Laura Diane Bosley, 24, of
738 DarbyAve. S.W, Palm Bay,
was charged Sept. 15 with two
counts of violation of com-
munity control.
*Aaron Scott Brantley, 19, of
1615 Mitchell St., Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 15 with
felony battery, retail theft and
resisting a retail merchant.
Troy Jonathan Brown, 25,
of 390 Evergreen St., Palm Bay,
was charged Sept. 15 with vio-
lation of community control.
Nathan Cameron Cohn,
21of 1461 Cape Sable Drive,
Melbourne, was charged Sept.
15 with possession of a con-
trolled substance and posses-
sion of a controlled substance
while in the physical control
of a motor vehicle.
Cleveland John Capers, 22,
of 1003 Howard St., Rock-
ledge, was charged Sept. 17


with fraudulent use of a credit
card and robbery by sudden
snatching.
Frederick Castro, 51, of 582
Balue Lane S.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Sept. 17 with felony
failure to appear.
Melissa Domingues, 38, of
3283 Cloudberry Place, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 17
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Michael Andrew Johnson,
18, of 1767 Delaware St. N.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
17 with burglary, grand theft
and grand theft auto.
Kevin M. Rowland, 32, of
2405 Green St., Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 17 with
possession of a controlled
substance.
Peter Salvador Carrao, 35,
of 5040 Dixie Highway N.E.,
No. 23, Palm Bay, was charged
Sept. 18 with being a fugitive
from justice.
James Robert Carter, 29,
of 102 Lamplighter Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 18 with petty theft and
two counts of fraudulent use
of a credit card.
Justin Cory Darling, 23, of
400 Sheridan Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 18
with violation of community
control.
Jonathan Richard
Formichella, 26, of 2221


Pineapple Ave., No. 14, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 18
with battery -domestic vio-
lence and violation of proba-
tion.
Daniel Steven Sanzone,
20, of 365 Berkeley St., Satel-
lite Beach, was charged Sept.
18 with fraudulent use of a
credit card.
Esther Mae Thompson,
18, of 470 Mist Court, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept. 18
with possession of cocaine,
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell, two counts of
possession of a controlled
substance and two counts of
possession of a controlled
substance with intent to sell.
Shawn William Arradon-
do, 20, of 27 W Harbor City
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 19 with bat-
tery-domestic violence and
criminal mischief.
Robert Downey Houze,
44, of 1831 Sabal Palm


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer


PALM BAY A 12-year-old student was
taken into custody after threatening to
shoot a Palm Bay Charter teacher.
Daniel Phillip Eddy of Melbourne was
charged Sept. 19 with aggravated assault
and possession of a weapon on school
grounds.
After being disciplined by a teacher, the
boy told another student he had a gun in
his backpack and was going to shoot the
teacher, said city of Palm Bay public infor-
mation coordinator Yvonne Martinez.
The other student told a parent, who
then drove to the Palm Bay Charter
School principal's office to alert the
administration.
"Based on the information, officers
with the Youth Services Unit went to the
home of Daniel Eddy in Melbourne to
speak with the boy's parents," said Ms.
Martinez.
After being interviewed by Sgt. Steve


Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 20 with a
felony violation of restric-
tions placed on his driver's
license.
Deena Marie Pelosi, 25,
of 200 Bryan St., Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 20 with
sale of cocaine and posses-
sion of cocaine.
Carlos Anthony Roman,
18, of 915 Sonesta Ave., No.
205, Palm Bay, was charged
Sept. 20 with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell
and possession of a firearm
by a delinquent.
Aurthetrust Djamel
Thorpe, 27, of 2847 Colbert
Circle, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 20 with felony
failure to appear, being a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license, possession of mari-
juana, possession of cocaine
and two counts of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.


Bland, the boy told police he had thrown
the gun in the backyard.
Police found a Daisy Barretta replica air
pistol, said Ms. Martinez.
"The Daisy Barretta replica is made to
look like a real firearm," said Ms. Mar-
tinez. "It can also cause severe injury."
The Palm Bay Police Department
praised the student who informed police
about the threat.
"Anytime you have a student making
threats like this, it is a serious situation,"
said Sgt. Bland, in a news release. "Carry-
ing a weapon on school grounds is a seri-
ous felony and we're fortunate that the
witness came forward when they did."
Daniel Eddy is in custody of the Depart-
ment of Juvenile Justice and may be held
for a maximum of 21 days until the state
attorney's office determines how to pro-
ceed with criminal charges.

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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements offact will be checked for
accuracy.


What's true, what's not about FEMA

The "Rants & Rave" section carried an editor's note that
said, "FEMA sent letters to all people who'had received money
due to hurricane damage in 2004 that their names, addresses
and Social Security numbers were to be given to three news-
papers ... This was not true."
Actually, what the editor wrote was not true.
What FEMA actually said was of the names, addresses and
Social Security numbers that had been requested by the
newspapers, only the addresses would be released.
Maybe I have misinterpreted the editor's "this was not true"
statement.
Maybe, instead of saying FEMA lied, he was instead saying
that what he had just wrote "was not true."
Editor's note: This ranter has a point. The letters mailed by
FEMAAug. 13 said the three newspapers in question had asked
for Social Security numbers along with names, addresses and
the amount received in hurricane aid. The part about the
Social Security numbers was the part that was not true. How-
ever, the editor's note we included made it seem as if the entire
request was not true, and for that we apologize.

Not happy with FEMA address issue

This is in regard to "Shame on nosey newspapers."
I definitely agree with the article that appeared in this
week's paper. One reason I was rather ticked off that my
address will be in the paper is that I did live in Brevard County
in a hurricane area. I did apply for assistance. I received none.
Why should my address be in the newspaper at all?
I did call FEMA today regarding that and they said that with
regards to that lawsuit that they received from those three
newspapers that they had to put your address in if you put in a
claim whether or not you received any assistance.
Now, this definitely is not right. I also approached (the
FEMA representative) with the fact that we did sign privacy
papers.
A lot ofpeople could (file) lawsuits with regard to this priva-
cynotice and we could all be in a lot of danger.
If they are going to post our addresses in there, there should
be a column saying how much we received or did not receive
any assistance.
It's just a shame. They should replace this FEMA agency
with professional people who know what they are doing and
not government workers.
Editor's note: Earl Maucker, editor of the South Floriday Sun
Sentinel, one of the newspapers who requested the information
from FEMA, wrote Aug. 28 that "We will not publish arbitrary
lists of people or their addresses simply because they sought
financial assistance from FEMA. The purpose of our inquiry
was to verify and report on fraudulent claims or illegal dis-
bursement offunds as part of a pattern of waste and fraud we
uncovered in Florida and several other states."

FEMA didn't help everyone

I live here in Satellite Beach, and I just read the "Rants &
Raves." I was one of these people who got this letter from
FEMA. There is one thing I would like to correct, that FEMA
sent letters to all people who had received money. I did not
receive $1. I had a lot of damage in 2004 from (Hurricane)
Frances and twice inspectors came and saw all my damage.
When I found out that $30 million went to South Florida, I
was just so upset I couldn't believe it. I never got one dime.

Not happy with worker's compensation

I would like to rant and rave about (worker's) compensa-
tion.
When I was working at a nursing home, and I got injured on
the job ... they put me through all kinds of changes. They cut
off my money (and then) they put me back on. I did not get
physical therapy or nothing. And I think that's a shame that
you have to go through all this stuff.

Stadium needs more handicapped parking

Why doesn't the Space Coast Stadium make more handi-
capped spots?
I was there at 6:20 Wednesday night, and they were already
full and the handicapped people were having to park way out
on the grass.
I've got a cane, a dog, breathing problems it's very difficult
for me.
Obviously, they are going to start losing a lot of business if
they don't start get their act together.
I realize that some of the people who are parked there (in
handicapped spaces) are abusing their privileges by not actu-
ally having the handicapped person in the (car). Unfortunate-
ly, (the stadium) can't do anything about that, but I would like
to see more handicapped spots.
I am going to stop coming and probably so are others if we
can't park nearby.

Legalize pot, free up cops for other things

Another pot bust in Palm Bay.


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next to an end cap of Frito's or Doritos and make some money
off the taxes. Everybody (could) just smoke and have the
muinchies and stop wasting taxpayer money on I don't know
how much it costs to seize 34 pounds of weed.
Doesn't make much sense really. It's pretty benign, and you
are not going to stop it.
So tax it and turn it to your advantage, and free up the police
to stop the serious crime.

Trim the rants, the editor's notes

I am ranting because you print such long rants and raves.
More could be printed if you would limit the verbiage to a
3-inch space, not half a page.
That includes your replies, also.

There should be freedom from religion, too

I've just seen all three episodes of "God's Warriors" on
CNN.
What it showed is that in the name of "freedom of reli-
gion," the Jewish, Islamic and Christian religions all want to
destroy freedom of religion by imposing their ideologies on
others to control the political process.
The separation of church and state has never been more
in danger.
Organized religions are using the First Amendment to do
what they want since there are no controls in place.
I've always interpreted the First Amendment as being
able to choose any religion only.
Since the church is not the religion, I suggest that we
enact law removing churches from business law and placing
them in a special category with defined parameters as (fol-
lows).
Cannot participate in the political process.
Cannot be part of any business or venture that competes
with private enterprise.
Cannot exercise any operating control over any invest-
ment.
All donations must be traceable currency only, no cash
or tangible items.
Cannot own land beyond immediate religious purpose.
Penalties would be fines, jail, confiscation of funds and
property, etc.
Hopefully, this would help restrict the teaching of any reli-
gion for its believers and not to try to control the lives of us
(who) believe otherwise.

Our country is great, but our
government is corrupt

Notice how the "well off" oppose national health care for
American citizens.
I wonder how many have stocks in the pharmaceutical
and medical industry. They are worried about their vested
interest, not socialized medicine.
Many Americans believe that anyone can become
wealthy, and they are tricked into siding with the wealthy.
Contacting state or federal government to (combat) cor-
ruption is putting the fox in charge of the hen house.
Politicians care about the corporations and lobbyists who
gave them millions in contributions. Much of it (comes)
from the pharmaceutical, medical and insurance indus-
tries. This has been going on for years.
You see no progress in health care except more drugs to
make more money for drug companies.
Even in a capitalist society there are some things that
should not be "profit before people."
Government must have controls and regulations or cor-
porations and special interest will run amok and citizens
(will be) the loser.
Health care should be a right.
Career politicians need to be voted out in all parties when
their terms are up. They stay in office to line their own pock-
ets, lie, cheat and steal the taxpayers blind.
Our three branches of government need to be cleaned out
of corruption and cover-ups.
Americans are more interested in voting for the "Ameri-
can Idol" than in standing up to our corrupt government.
When are voters going to wake up?


Let's get rid of disgusting commercials

This is to give kudos to the writer of "Forget car ads."
I couldn't agree more. I couldn't have written it better
myself.
This subject has been a bone of contention with me for
quite some time, and I've been trying to find out how to stop
this constant barrage of disgusting and obnoxious material
from invading my privacy daily.
I'm wondering if there is anyone at the newspaper who
could put pressure on the networks to cease and desist. Or if
you could advise me whom to contact.
Editor's note: Those upset with specific types of advertising
should contact the individual TVstation that runs those ads.
Also, representatives from the Federal Communications
Commission, which regulates TV and radio broadcast net-
works, are available to take complaints from 8 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Monday to Friday. Call them at (888) 225-5322 or visit
www.fcc.gov/cgb/complaints.html.

Keep track of your belongings at all times

I appreciate your paper and would like to send a few
pointers to people to help them be safe when shopping or
otherwise in public.
(Recently), I was shopping at the Babcock Wal-Mart in
Melbourne. When I was ready to leave, I pushed my cart
filled with groceries (with) my purse sitting in the child's
seat to my car.
My automatic door opener ,on my key, chain would not
unlock the van and my van does not have a key hole on the
passenger side. I was parked pretty close to the entrance of
the store and I do not remember seeing a car parked on the
passenger side next to mine. I did not see anyone in the
area.
I left my purse in the cart and walked to the driver's side to
use my key. I met a young girl at the front of my van, she had
walked from my driver's side. She said, "Hello." I said,
"Hello," and continued to unlock the door.
When I returned to my cart, my purse was gone. I saw no
one around and didn't notice a car. She must have had an
accomplice since she was nowhere in sight.
I was shocked. I went back to the store's customer service
desk and called the police.
The officer filed a report and told me to go home and can-
cel all my credit cards. .
To my knowledge, there have not been charges on my
credit cards and no money was stolen using the bank ATMN
card.
I feel very fortunate; however, my identity has been jeop-
ardized.
It'(will) take a lot of time to replace the cards and the dri-
ver's license.
The point I want to make: Everyone should always hold
on to their purse, and men should carry the billfold in the
breast pocket or possibly chained while carrying in the back
pocket.
When pumping gas, make sure the passenger side doors
are locked. Be aware of your surroundings. ,,
Make a copy of the important articles in your billfold,
such as insurance cards, credit cards and driver's license.
Have credit card numbers filed so you can call the company
if they are stolen.
Only carry what you really need in your purse and know
what is in your purse.
The manager at the bank helped me place a fraud alert on
our credit report. An initial fraud alert stays in your file for at
least 90 days. An extended alert stays in your file for seven
years.

More advice on how to avoid identity theft

The FBI has named identity theft as the fastest growing
crime in American.
Believe it. It happened to me. Who would believe it would
happen to you as fast as it did to me.
I never realized a shredder is a must for all families.
Shred, shred, shred!

One piece of paper you (might) casually throw in the
garbage (is) the printout (or label) on your medical pre-

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From page A6
scriptions. All pharmacies do this. It's a requirement so don't
blame the good pharmacy. Just ask them to please not use
your address, telephone number or date of birth.
(Or) you can just take that (printout) and shred it.
Everything needs to be shredded. Don't just throw impor-
tant letters, credentials, credit cards (away).
Do not carry your credit cards with you unless you will use
it. Never carry your Social Security cards with you, and
never give out your (number) to anyone. Never!
Put your name on the "Do Not Call" (registry). It costs only
$5 a year. Write to the Department of Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services, P.O. Box 6700, Tallahassee, FL 32314-6700.
As for your phone number in the telephone book, it's your
option to leave it, but I will not have it in next year. I have a
privacy telephone, so if I make a call it will say "unknown
caller."
Editor's note: To be placed on the national Do-Not-Call
registry, which is regulated by the Federal Trade Commission,
visitwww.donotcall.gov or call (888) 382-1222.

Let's elect average citizens into political office

I want to advise all the readers of Hometown News that we
need to stop all the presidential slandering and focus on
more important matters.
Foremost, I would like to bring up President Washington
who declined the salary, since he valued his image as a self-
less public servant. However, he accepted the payment
(because of) Congress. They said (according to Wikipedia),
"A dangerous precedent could have been set otherwise, as
the Founding Fathers wanted future presidents to come
from a large pool of potential candidates, not just those citi-
zens that could afford to do the work for free."
Seems to me that it backfired because the average citizen
cannot afford to run for president. Only the citizens who are
already wealthy can.
So, why does the president need $400,000 a year when
everything they need is paid for? Gas for both Air Force One
jets?
Lastly, I want to urge everyone to not vote citizens into
lifetime office. (It) is not Constitutional for them to sit in
office that long. Give the average citizen a chance.

'Illegal' immigrants help keep
businesses profitable

Everyone claims to be against illegal immigrants.
Our leaders, both Republican and Democrat, are doing
the right thing. Businesses are more profitable with the
lower wages. Immigrants are so thankful they don't com-
plain about working conditions or benefits.
I say change immigration laws so these hard working peo-
ple are not branded as criminals.
So-called "illegal" immigration is a cornerstone of the
economy.
Wake-up, people.
How much would a pint of strawberries cost if you we had
to pay "American" wages with overtime and benefits?
Sure, illegals get free healthcare in the emergency room,
but they don't go to the hospital unlessthey are very sick.
The problem is American workers are used to a standard
of living that is too comfortable compared with the rest of
the world.
People talk about how other countries won't let American
workers in. Why would they want to? We are now in a global
economy and you people need to adjust your expectations
accordingly.

Appearances may hide handicaps

This is in response to a past rant about parking placards.
Be advised that your license number is imprinted on the


yellow tag right underneath the words "Parking Placard."
I personally just have a placard and that is where my
license number is. If you have a handicap plate and placard
that may be different issue.
I suggest checking with the tag office so you can get the
correct information. If your tag number was on the placard
then you could not use it in any other vehicles that is why
they put your driver's license number on it. Also, most peo-
ple always drive around without removing the placard
when it specifically states "remove before driving."
Yes, it is a disgrace to use a disabled person's placard
improperly, but there is a point I would like to make while
on the subject.
For the people (who) think just because a person is big
that they should not have a parking placard: Take a moment
and think. Do they have a heart condition? Respiratory dis-
ease? Emphysema?
Just because people don't have visible signs, don't
assume they are not handicapped.
Remember what the word "assume" really means.

Writer weary of handicap ratings

I do enjoy reading the Hometown News, all of it.
I am, however, getting tired reading the rants about
"abuse" of the handicap parking hang tags.
First, the tags carry the driver's license number of the
handicapped person with a verifiable handicap, properly
documented by a licensed physician, to the standards
established by the state of Florida. The tags are not issued by
a doctor, as the most recent complainer states.
Second, a cardiac condition is not visible, unless our com-
plainer is an MD with ESP A person with a heart problem
may have been cleared to drive a car, but is limited in ambu-
lation over longer distances.
If the ranter is working in a restaurant or cafeteria, cer-
tainly he or she is well able to get around. Is the diatribe
because the complainer wanted to use (abuse) the parking
space but never got there first?
I really do feel that the complainer has spent too much
time eyeing, studying, snooping, judging, etc., when there
are far better things to do with one's time.
In conclusion, if the parking spots are not being used by
handicapped persons, or their driver, the complainer
should first discuss it with a police officer.
It is my belief that, in some cities, police officers do not
issue tickets in other than city-owned parking lots.
Your complainer should follow one of the golden rules:
MYOB!

Outdoor advertising should
involve people holding signs

This is to all employers who have their employees stand
out by the roadside in the broiling sun (some in costume)
holding an advertising sign that is either too big or looks
heavy.
Shame on you!
Do you realize how hot it is outside?
Since mid-July to the present, we had days/weeks when
the heat index reached 100 degrees or higher.
Do you provide water for them to prevent dehydration or
possible heat stroke?
From what I've seen, most of these people have been
young and I'm sure they don't get paid well for what you are
having them do.
Is this your way of increasing your business? Well then, if it
is I'd like to see you stand out there and do what you are ask-
ing (or making) your employees do.

Reasons to support Iraq war
just don't make sense

This is in response to rant "U.S. must show resolve in Iraq
or war won't end."
According to this rant, the Iraqis won't stand up because


the U.S. forces might leave. (Using) that logic, the only way
they will stand up is if we stay forever and the Iraqis know
we will stay forever.
So to end the war we must show resolve. To show resolve,
we can never leave.
But if we never leave, the war will never end.
This is typical of the reasoning of those supporting the
war.
Let's agree that at this point nobody knows what to do
next. Bush, Cheney, etc., got us into this mess by doing the
wrong thing at the wrong time in the wrong place. Now they
want to prolong it and dump it on the next administration,
so then they can go on the lecture circuit and pull in the big
bucks.
Whatever the solution is, it's not staying forever.
By the way, it was the elder Bush who encouraged the
Kurds and Shiites to rise up against Saddam, and who let
them be slaughtered by the Republican Guard.

Ask governor to continue
funding certified teachers

I am writing in response to the individual who eloquently
spoke of portable classrooms' functionality.
Although I can speak neither for science teachers, who are
forced to teach their curriculum in portable classrooms
with no running water, nor for the young girl who was sexu-
ally assaulted in the portable bathroom facility on a high
school campus in Brevard County several years ago, I agree
wholeheartedly that quality facilities do not result in quality
students.
As you stated, we in fact need to focus our attention and
our resources on "more teachers and more parents who
actively prepare their children for school and demand high
performance goals."
Two of the smartest individuals I have ever known, both
book-wise and otherwise my father, who is a retired lieu-
tenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force and satellite engineer
with SAIC, and my mother, who was a teacher right here in
Brevard County were both educated in small rural com-
munities without state-of-the-art facilities and "educational
resources."
In fact, I was so inspired by my mother's life before she
was taken by breast cancer that I decided to follow in her
footsteps and become a teacher myself. I was inspired by
her life and not by materialism.
Since I made that decision, I have never looked back. I
love the life that teaching affords me. I love what I do and
where I do it. Recently, I refused an opportunity to leave the
(older) school where I currently teach for a new school. I
wasn't fooled by fancy new colors and complex wiring.
I do have a grave concern, however, that I thought you,
writer of last week's article, could help me to resolve.
I recently wrote to Governor Crist regarding the possibili-
ty that the state might terminate funds currently allocated
to teachers who have earned national board certification.
I am a qualified and valuable teacher, who loves what she
does and wants to continue to affect her community in pos-
itive ways. But I can't do so, if I can no longer afford to live
here.
Please, sir or madam, please help me by writing state leg-
islators regarding this issue.


Writer should have helped abandoned kittens

This is for the person who called about the kittens being
thrown out of the car.
(That person) complained because the person didn't call
the Space Coast Feline Network or the Humane Society or
animal control, and then commented that the kittens, cried
for two days and nights in the hot sun with no food or water.
You have no right to complain.
Why didn't you pick up the kittens or why didn't you call
the services that you expected the other person to call?
You are absolutely despicable.


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For information, visit
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Virtual Job Fair
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Brevard Job Link, a net-
work of one-stop career
centers for job seekers and
businesses, will have a Vir-
tual Job Fair Oct. 1-7.
Those seeking jobs can
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Hoover Audio Visual
marks first year
MELBOURNE Hoover
Audio Visual, owned by
Richard Hoover, is celebrat-
ing its first anniversary Oct.
1.
Mr. Hoover of Melbourne
is a senior investor for the
Economic Development
Commission of Florida's
Space Coast, an active
member off the Cocoa
Beach Area Chamber of
Commerce and the Mel-
bourne/Palm Bay Chamber


Edline
From page A1
our goal is 10,000 by
November," he said. Based
on the number of student
households, in the county,
there are almost 50,000
potential accounts.
Martha Moriarity's son is
a sophomore at Satellite
High School. She has high
hopes for Edline to help her
stay in touch with his teach-
ers.
"If used correctly, this
program will allow parents
great access to their child's
teachers, grades and assign-
ments," she said.
"If I have questions, all I
have to do is e-mail the
teacher right from the Web
site," said Mrs. Moriarity.
In the past, her. children's
teachers had their own Web
sites and grades were not
posted for personal security
reasons.
"The teachers' Web sites
were very labor-intensive to
maintain. I have to believe
this new system is much


one year.
He is a former systems
project manager for the
Florida Department of Edu-
cation Division of Commu-
nity Colleges in Tallahassee.


Dr. Kurt Hensel, a board
certified orthopaedic sur-
geon, has joined MIMA.
His expertise is in general
orthopaedic surgery,
including arthroscopy and
sports medicine, general
fracture care, minor hand
surgery and join pain or
arthritis.
He comes to MIMA after
serving in the U.S. Army
His office is at 205 E. NASA
Blvd., Melbourne. To make
an appointment, call (321)
725-4500, Ext. 804.

Realtors attend
convention in
Orlando
Dale Young and Beth
Young of Young & Young
Properties in Melbourne
attended the Florida Associ-
ation of Realtors 91st annual
Convention & Trade Expo in
Orlando.
The event included semi-
nars on marketing, comput-
er technology and current
real estate trends.
For information, call (321)
223-5921.

Laundry Delivered
open for business
Laundry Delivered is a
new business in West Mel-
bourne that will serve all of
Brevard County.
The company's recently
completed 7,500-square-
foot facility will process per-
sonal and commercial laun-
dry and dry cleaning.
The company does not use
perchloroethylene, a can-
cer-causing agent, in their
dry-cleaning process.
To learn more, visit
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m or (321) 259-2272.

BCC names director
of purchasing
Lacy Gilchrist has been
promoted to director of pur-
chasing for Brevard Com-
munity College.
Prior to his current posi-
tion, he worked as a budget
analyst for the college for


easier on the teachers," she
said.
Mr. Frey said Edline cost
the school district $225,000
to purchase. There is an
annual fee as well.
Mr. Frey stressed that
confidentiality and security
are important and parents
should feel more secure
knowing the technology
used for Edline is similar to
bank security software.
According to the Edline
Web site, security of the stu-
dent's information is pro-
vided through advanced
firewall technology which is
monitored 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
The site also states physi-
cal security is maintained
via biometric recognition
(hand scanning sensors),
motion sensors, security
alarms and video cameras.
The schools with the most
number of parent accounts
are Viera High School with
646 parent accounts and
Tropical Elementary School
in Merritt Island with 229
accounts.
"We're requesting the
remaining schools submit
a strategy for implementa-
tion and anticipate full
participation by the 2008-
09 school year," Mr. Frey
said.
Mr. Frey said so far the
informal feedback has been
positive. Parents should be
aware that it is up to each
principal's discretion as to
whether or not a particular
school will participate at
this time.
"Hopefully parents will be
patient with the program as
we bring teachers and
school online," said Mr.
Frey.
Contact Karen Braynard
at (321) 751-5962 or e-mail
braynard@hometownnew-
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The Community Founda-
tion of Brevard awarded a
$1,500 grant to the health
First Aging Institute's East
Central Florida Memory
Disorder Clinic, Melbourne.
The grant will fund the
group's DriveABLE program,
which offers a driving
assessment to people with
health conditions.
The clinic helps medically
at-risk drivers and their
families get an evaluation of
the person's safe driving
capacity.
For information, call (321)
768-9575.

Credit union offers
rebate option
Space Coast Credit Union
now offers a commercial
real estate rebate option.
Business members can
receive a rebate equal to 20
percent of the commission
earned by a broker for a
lease or purchase transac-
tion.
This means a business can
offset up to a third of the
typical closing costs for
commercial purchases.
The option can also offset
out-of-pocket costs incurred
when leasing commercial or
industrial property.
For information, visit
www.SCCU.com/business_se
rvices or call Bill Jenkins at
(321) 752-2222, Ext. 9663.

Financial seminar
set at library
A financial seminar series
is planned monthly at Satel-
lite Beach Public Library,
751 Jamaica Blvd.
The first seminar, "Climate
Change: Beyond Weather,"
%uwWlibe at 7 p.m. Oct. 1. It will
focus on current research
focus reports, global climate
change, risks and opportu-
nities for investors.
The speaker is Bernard
Parenteau of UBS Mel-
bourne.
For information, call con-
tact him at (321) 729-6770 or
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BY DARRELL JOHNSON
Staff writer
The trial of state Rep. Bob
Allen, R-Merritt Island, has
been postponed until
November.
Rep. Allen was arrested
July 11 and charged with
agreeing to pay an under-
cover Titusville police offi-
cer for oral sex at Space View
Park.
Jury selection was sched-
uled to begin Sept. 19, but
Greg Eisenmenger, Rep.
Allen's attorney, filed for a
continuance because at the
last minute he received an
enhanced version of the
police interview.
Assistant State Attorney
Pat Whitaker said he mailed
the tape of Mr. Allen's inter-
view with Titusville assistant
police chief John Lau the
week before, but Mr. Eisen-
menger received it the day
of the hearing.
The first five minutes of
the tape were difficult to
understand, so technicians
tried to clean it up electroni-
cally.
Due to the delay in receiv-
ing it, the defense did not
have had sufficient time to
analyze the information,
Mr. Eisenmenger said.
"I need the time to evalu-
ate this," he said. "I haven't
had a chance to listen to it.
All of this is based on (new
information) less than a
week before trial."
Mr. Whitaker said the


enhance-
ment had
n o t
improved ) ..
the tape
much. .- -
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has the -.4
same thing,
the same
unintelligi-
ble five min- Allen
utes they
had before, and they're not
going to hear anything dif-
ferent," he said.
The prosecution will not
be allowed to use the tape in
its case because of a prior
agreement.
"We are ready for trial. If
the defense wants to have
transcripts (of the tape)
made, that's not our prob-
lem," Mr. Whitaker said.
Mr. Eisenmenger said the
state's continuous gathering
of evidence is impairing the
defense's ability to prepare
for trial.
Circuit Judge Oscar
Hotusing set Nov. 5 as the
new trial date.
Rep. Allen's team will
present a new motion to
suppress additional evi-
dence Oct. 4.
"We'll ask the judge to
exclude everything related
to statements and anything
that resulted from the
search of Rep. Allen's vehi-
cle," Mr. Eisenmenger said.
He will also move to sup-
press Rep. Allen asking
arresting officers whether "it


would make a difference if I
told you I was a state repre-
sentative."
Rep. Allen would have had
to stand trial no later than
Oct. 8 under the provisions
of the speedy trial require-
ment.
Unless the provision is
waived, suspects can expect
their trials to start no more
than 90 days after they are
charged.
Judge Hotusing said Rep.
Allen either would have had
to begin the trial last week
as scheduled or waive his
right to a speedy trial.
In addition to changing
the trial date, Judge Hotus-
ing approved a larger jury
pool.
He had scheduled about
40 Titusville residents to
choose from, but Mr. Eisen-
menger said both the famil-
iarity with the case and the
demographics of Titusville
could result in a prejudicial
jury.
Judge Hotusing agreed,
and 100 people from
throughout Brevard County
will be available Nov. 5.
He said residents would
either be expected to drive
to the courthouse in
Titusville or the trial would
be moved to the Harry T.
and Hariette V Moore Jus-
tice Center inViera.
Contact Darrell Johnson
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Health lecture: 11 a.m. to
noon, conference rooms B
and C, Cape Canaveral Hos-
pital Medical Plaza, 701 W.
Cocoa Beach Causeway,
Cocoa Beach. Topic: knee
replacements. Seating limit-
ed. Reservations, (321) 434-
4335.
Free lecture: "Ovarian
Cancer: How to Be Your Own
Advocate." 3-4 p.m., Com-
munity Room, Palm Bay
Community Hospital, 1425
Malabar Road N.E. Seating
limited. Reservations, (321)
434-4335.
Chorus concert: Plat-
inum Coast Chorus, 4 p.m.,
Century Oaks Retirement
Community, 4001 Stack
Blvd., Melbourne.
dnkpete@aol.com
Spaghetti dinner: 6 p.m.,
Unitarian Universalist
Church of Brevard, 2185
Meadowlane Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Menu: Spaghetti,
meatballs, salad, bread,
dessert, beverage. Vegetari-
an sauce available. $7
adults, $4 children 5-12.
Beer and wine extra. (321)
723-9950 or (321) 727-8098.
Friday Fest: 6-10 p.m.,
Riverfront Park, Cocoa.
Theme: Pirates. Music by
John Quinlivan Band. Come
in costume. Crafters, busi-
ness vendors, children
activities, food and bever-
ages. Free admission. (321)
631-9075.
Ballroom dance lessons:
7-8 p.m., Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints,
1065 Emerson St., Palm Bay.
Modest dress. No smoking,
alcohol. Free. Herb Harris,
(321) 480-4404.
* Fall Kick Off Ball: Swing
Dance, 7-10 p.m., Mel-
bourne Auditorium, 625 E.
Hibiscus Ave. Music by Mel-
bourne Municipal Band's


18-piece Swingtime Dance
Band. Smoke free. Dance
lessons with Laura Beers at 6
p.m.; $5. BYOB setups,
snacks. $6 at door. $5
advance, at WMMB, Honor
America, Marion Music,
Hueston Music. (321) 724-
0555.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 29

* Breakfast fundraiser:
NAACP Youth Council, 8-11
a.m., Mount Moriah Mis-
sionary Baptist Church,
2295 Adams St. N.E., Palm
Bay. $6 a plate. Menu: Grits,
eggs, toast, bacon, salmon
patties, coffee, juice. Dianne
Jackson, (321) 652-0624.
Benefit car wash: 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m., Karat Patch Jewel-
ry Store, Barton Boulevard,
Rockledge. Benefits Boy
Scout Troop 720.
* Outreach card party: 9
a.m. to 2 p.m., Greater Palm
Bay Senior Center, 1275 Cul-
ver Drive, Palm Bay. Conti-
nental breakfast, lunch,
door prizes, games. $8.
* Memory Crop: scrap-
booking event benefits
Alzheimer's charities. 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Suntree. $50,
includes eight hours of
cropping, breakfast, lunch,
goody bag, door prizes, page
contest, beverages, dessert.
Location, reservations, Tina
Euler, (321) 242-8477,
TLEuler@Bellsouth. net.
* Trifectation Skate Con-
test: Registration begins at
11 a.m., Paradise Skate Park,
555 Fortenberry Road, Mer-
ritt Island. Classes: 12 and
younger, 13-16 and 17 and
o 1 d e r
www.VieraRideShop.com or
(321) 684-4768.
* Alpaca Day open, house:
11 a.m. to 6 p.m., The Marsh
Menagerie, 2170 Arnold
Lane, Malabar. www.the-
marshfarm.com, (321) 724-


0477.
Casino night: 4-9 p.m.,
Brevard County Parks and
Recreation's Lower Level
Teen Center, 840 Forrest
Ave., Cocoa. Ages 12-18.
Games, prizes, food. $5.
(321) 433-4432.
Friends of the NRA: Ban-
quet and auction, 6 p.m.,
Radisson Resort at the Port,
8701 Astronaut Blvd., Cape
Canaveral. Benefits 4-H
Club and Junior ROTC. Live
and silent auctions, door
prizes, raffle drawings and
games. $40. Advance tickets
only. Steve Kennedy, (321)
453-2071.
* Space Coast Early Inter-
vention Center gala: 6 p.m.,
Melbourne Auditorium, 625
E. Hibiscus Blvd. Theme: "A
Night in Hollywood."
Reverse raffle with final win-
ner receiving $10,000. Din-
ner, music. $125 a couple.
(321) 729-6858.
* 1950s-60s sock hop: 7
p.m., Knights of Columbus,
2150 S. Dairy Road, Mel-
bourne. Jitterbug, hula
hoop, limbo contests. Prizes
awarded. $8. (321) 984-1899.
Dance party: 8-11 p.m.,
American Legion Post 81,
2909 S. U.S. 1, Melbourne.
Host: Melburne Floorplay
Dance Club. Swing lessons:
7:30-8 p.m. $10, includes
lesson. No smoking. Alcohol
available. All ages. (321) 751-
4 7 6 6
www.adancersvoice. corn.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 30

Volkstoberfest IX: Car
show. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Wick-
ham Park Pavilion, 2500
Parkway Drive, Melbourne.
Food, entertainment, shop-
ping, prices and more than
150 vintage and new VWs.
Benefits Hospice of Health
First. German Accents Volk-
swagen Club, (321) 757-


SCRAPBOOK FUN


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Sheri Jackson works on a scrapbook during the annual Great Gather-
ing scrapbooking extravaganza at the Palm Bay Community Center. Palm Bay Parks and
Recreation will sponsor Crop Night, the second and fourth Monday of every month at the
community center. For information, call (321) 952-3443.


0421, www.gavwc.com.
* Humane Society benefit:
Band performs 11 a.m. to 2
p.m., Frontenac Flea Mar-
ket, Row A, 5605 N. U.S. 1,
Port St. John. Proceeds ben-
efit Central Brevard
Humane Society. (321) 636-
3343, Ext. 207, or www.crit-
tersavers.com.
* West Virgina Day Picnic:
46th annual, 11 a.m. to 4
p.m., Fox Lake Park, 4400
Fox Lake Road, Titusville.
Joseph and Sandra Keener,
(321) 632-7710 or (321) 544-
8777.
* Alpaca Day open house:
11 a.m. to 6 p.m., The Marsh
Menagerie, 2170 Arnold
Lane, Malabar. www.the-


marshfarm.com, (321) 724-
0477.
* Book signing, discus-
sion: With Stuart Woods,
with winner of Edgar Allen
Poe Award. 2 p.m., Cocoa
Beach Public Library, 550 N.
Brevard Ave. Author's latest
Stone Barrington novel,
"Shoot Him if He Runs," will
be available for $25.95. Free.
(321) 868-1104.

MONDAY, OCT. 1

New Millennium Club:
Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Sun-
tree/Viera Public Library,
902 Jordan Blass Drive, Mel-
bourne. Topic: Film, "Ameri-
ca, Freedom to Facism."


TUESDAY, OCT. 2

Health talk: 4-6 p.m.,
Jane von Thron Room,
Cocoa Beach Public Library,
550 N. Brevard Ave. Chiro-
practor Pat Wesley talks
about seven changes every-
one should make to func-
tion at peak energy level.
Free. (321) 868-1104.
* Genealogical Society of
North Brevard: 7 p.m., Han-
neman Room, Titusville
Public Library, 2121 S. Hop-
kins Ave. Program: Dee
Swink on "Tracing your
Roots Down the Great
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Heart Walk
planned Sept. 29

Nearly 1,000 residents are
expected to walk with fami-
lies, friends, co-workers and
heart and stroke survivors
during this year's Brevard
County American Heart
Association Start! Heart
Walk.
The event begins at 8 a.m.
Sept. 29 at Space Coast Sta-
dium, 5800 Stadium Park-
way, Melbourne.
For information, visit
www.brevardheartwalk. kin-
tera.org.

Republican women
meet Oct. 3
The Melbourne Area Fed-
erated Republican Women
will meet at 11 a.m. Oct. 3 in
the At East Club Restaurant,
Indian River Colony Club,
1936 Freedom Drive, Mel-
bourne.
Scott Ellis, Brevard County
clerk of court, will discuss
the recent Florida Supreme
Court decision regarding
special taxing districts and
how it affects county and
municipal taxing.
Reservations are due by
Oct. 1 by calling Barbara
Davis at (321) 727-1212 or
visiting www.melbourne-
gopwomen.org.

Eat at grill, help
achievement center

Uno Chicago Grill is spon-
soring a fund raiser for the
Brevard Achievement Cen-
ter.


To participate, people can
obtain a ticket from the cen-
ter and use it when dining
in or carrying out Oct. 6 at
the restaurant, 8260 Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne.
The restaurant in turn will
donate up to 20 percent of
the customer's check to the
center.
Tickets, which are free, are
available at the center's
facilities at 1845 Cogswell
St., Rockledge, or 300 North
Drive., Melbourne, or by
calling (321) 632-8610.

Israel benefit
planned Oct. 6

The Kol Mashiach Sister-
hood will sponsor a
fundraiser at 7 p.m. Oct. 6 at
the Synagogue, 1621 Lake
Washington Road, Mel-
bourne.
David Dolan, former news
correspondent for CBS and
CBN, will speak. He current-
ly reports for American
LeSea Television network
and writes columns for
World Net Daily.
Tickets, costing $10, will
be available at the door. An
offering will be taken for the
believers in the land of
Israel.
For information, call (321)
255-2557.

History group to
tour lighthouse

The Friends of Florida His-
torical Society is hosting a
tour of the Ponce Inlet
Lighthouse Oct. 8.
The group will hear a pres-
entation by local historian


Don Gaby and have lunch at
the historic Halifax Yacht
Club.
Cost is $64 for members
and $69 for nonmembers.
Cost includes transporta-
tion from Eau Gallie or
Cocoa, admission, lunch
and tips.
For information and reser-
vations, call France Martin
at (321) 676-6040.

MOPS meeting
set Oct. 4

Mothers of Preschoolers
will meet from 9:30-11:30
a.m. Oct. 4 at Hope Episco-
pal Church, 190 Interlachen
Road, Suntree.
Diana Hosein of Young
Chef's Academy will speak
on "CookingWith Kids."
Mothers of children from
birth to age 6 are welcome.
Childcare is provided.
Cost is $5 for each meet-
ing. Registration for MOPS
International is $20 a year.
Scholarships are available.
For information, call (321)
259-5810.

Beta Sigma Phi
meets Oct. 8

MELBOURNE The Lau-
reate Epsilon Iota Chapter of
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at
the home of Nicki Woodrow
of Melbourne.
She will present the cultur-
al program.
The theme for the sorority
year is "Sing a Song of
Friendship."
For information, call Jew-
ell Patton at (321) 723-2250.


Fire prevention event
planned Oct. 6

As part of Fire Prevention
Week, Brevard County Fire
Rescue will host a fire pre-
vention event from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Oct. 6 at Station 47,
7225 Murrell Road, Viera.
There will be food, soft
drinks, recreational activi-
ties for children, K-9
demonstration and fire
equipment display.
The fire rescue group will
give away free 9-volt batter-
ies for anyone needing to
replace their smoke detector
batteries.
For information, call (321)
255-4384.

Holy Trinity seeks
alumni for barbecue

Holy Trinity Episcopal
Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity
Drive, Melbourne, will have
its first alumni weekend
barbecue from 5:30-7:30
p.m. Oct. 12.
Tickets are $10. All alumni
who attend receive free
admission to the homecom-
ing football game that night.
For reservations, call
Jeanne Hakkila-wills at (321)
723-8323, Ext. 207.
The academy is looking for
all alumni of the school. If
interested in registering as
an alumni, e-mail alum-
ni@htes.org.

Columbus Ball
planned Oct. 13

The Italian American
Club of South Brevard is


Senior Notes


Legacy Harbor
Memory Resource
Center

Free memory screen-
ings: 1:30-3:30 p.m. East
Central Florida Memory
Clinic performs screening
by appointment. (321) 253-
6320.
Free consultation: 9 a.m.
to noon. Oct. 12 and 26.
With Cindi Timmerman of
the Brevard Alzheimer's
Foundation. For anyone
with questions about
dementia, memory loss or
Alzheimer's disease.
Appointments: (321) 253-
6320.


Senior Place

One Senior Place, 8085
Spyglass Hill Road, Viera,
has announced its special
events for October.
For information, call (321)
751-6771 or visit www.One-
SeniorPlace.com.
* Watersong of Viera
"Lunch & Learn:" 11 a.m.
Oct. 2 and 16. Learn about
the senior living retirement
community coming to Viera.
Free lunch. Reservations
needed by Sept. 28 by call-
ing Shelly Lockhart at (321)
253-6324.
* Medicaid planning sem-
inar: "What Will Happen to
Your Family and Your
Money If You Go Into a


Nursing Home?" 10 a.m.
Oct. 18. Attorney William A.
Johnson will discuss new
planning opportunities
available under the new
Medicaid laws. Information:
Jacqueline McManus, (321)
253-1667.
Reverse Mortgages: 1-2
p.m. Oct. 20. With Kimberly
Turner of Senior Mortgages.
(321) 253-6333.
Woman's Day Extrava-
ganza: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct.
23. Speakers topics: Nutri-
tion Facts & Myths, Women's
Health, Overview of Legal
Preparedness, and Dynamic
Women and Their Influence
in the World. Flu shots, free
hearing screenings, free
glaucoma and cataract
screenings. Lunch provided.


Estate Planning,
Advance Directives: 10 a.m.
Oct. 25. Attorney Alec K.
Prentice discusses the basic
principles of estate planning
including information on
wills and trusts, asset trans-
fers, beneficiary designa-
tions, probate, and home-
stead. Information: Lisa
Wilbert, (321) 253-1667.
* Safe Living, Finishing
Strong: 11:15 a.m. Oct. 25.
Dignity Memorial hosts this
seminar on how not to fall
victim to a con-artist.
* AARP Driver Safety
Class: 12:30-4:30 p.m. Oct.
30 and Nov. 2. Registration:
(321) 242-9768. Cost: $10.
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hosting its annual Colum-
bus Ball dinner dance at 6-
10 p.m. Oct. 13 at its club-
house, 1471 Cypress Ave.,
Melbourne.
Music will be by Lisa and
Duff.


Cost is $15 for members
and $18 for nonmembers.
Tickets are available by
calling (321) 952-1693 or
(321) 674-3848.

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Scotch-Irish Settlement."
(321) 383-8486.
Florida Teens Read!
Night: 7:30 p.m., Barnes &
Noble Booksellers, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Book club reads
"Uglies" by Scott Westerfeld.
Titles are from Florida Teens
Read! Award nominee list.
Facilitated by Julie Cooke of
Palm Bay High School. Free.
(321) 726-8817.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3

* Protect Your Turf: 10
a.m., Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa. With Brevard horti-
cultural agent Sally Scalera.
$5, includes course materi-
al. No reservations needed.
(321) 633-1792.
* Author talk, signing: 7
p.m., Jane von Thron Room,
Cocoa Beach Public Library,
550 N. Brevard Ave., With
Marshall Frank, author of
"From Violins to Violence:
Memoirs of a Virtuoso
Homicide Detective." Books
available for $24.95. Free
admission. (321) 868-1104.

THURSDAY, OCT. 4

Pepper Tree Demons: 1
p.m., Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,


Cocoa.. Author Tom Fincher
presents his newly pub-
lished book, "The Pepper
Tree Demons." Set in a Flori-
da beach community, two
brothers encounter more
than they bargained for
while using a Ouija board to
contact dead relatives.
Books available for signing.
(321) 633-1792.
Evening with Jay Bar-
bree: Author of "Live from
Cape Canaveral." Holiday
Inn Cocoa Beach Ocean-
front Resort, 1300 N.
Atlantic Ave. Cocktails, 6
p.m. Dinner, 7 p.m. Presen-
tation and booksigning after
dinner. $60 a person, $100 a
couple. (321) 459-2200,
www.cocoabeachchamber co
m.
* Blessing of the Animals:
6 p.m., Central Brevard
Humane Society shelter,
1020 Cox Road, Cocoa.


Refreshments. (321) 636-
3343, Ext. 207, www.critter-
savers.com.
Dance: 7:30-10:30 p.m.,
American Legion Post 1,
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That first view of
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spectacular.
It's why most people go to
Peru in the first place. It's
such a mystical site with an
alluring history. It's a place
you'll never forget.
But there's more to see in
Peru and maybe you'll find
another place that sings to
you even more. You won't
know until you get there.
I've learned over the years
that as travelers, we all have
a special spot and some-
times it's unexpected.
For me, I prefer Egypt's
pyramid of Sakkara to the
Great Pyramid, India's
Jaipur palaces to the Taj
Mahal and Teton National
Park to Yellowstone.
Get my point?
In Peru I actually prefer
the lovely Sacred Valley
along the Urubamba River
to Machu Picchu.
As I've written, I also love
the Peruvian rainforest in
Puerto Maldonado. Tucked
away between two rivers in
the Amazon Basin, it's
brimming with abundant
flora and fauna.
What I like most is the
gentleness of the rainforest,
combined with the adven-
ture. But that's me and
luckily I'll return there with
others in November.
I recognize though, that
some people are drawn to
entirely different spots in
Peru. For some it's the
Amazon River in Iquitos.
For others, it might be Lake
Titicaca, high in the Andes.
For others still, it could be
the spellbinding Nazca
Lines.
I've been to them all and
found each fascinating.
Due to the recent earth-
quake, driving to the Nazca
Lines might be tough today
(flying is OK). The drive is
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Favorite spots may be found


on the way to famous sights


quasi-lunar landscape.
When I was there, we
started our tour at the
sacred burial site of Sillus-
tani and moved on to see
the bird life of Lake Umayo.
The next day we traveled
to the amazing temple of
*H Aramu Muru and ended our
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of Uros. Made from reeds by
the native people, you
literally bounce along with
each step you take on the
islands.
Some people also venture
w out to Taquile Island for a
ist somewhat primitive
overnight stay with local
families or on the Islands of
Cabr- the Sun and Moon.
zing So Lake Titicaca might
a huge just be your very special
Stones, place.
ages of Of course, it could also be
tion is the Amazon River near
e Iquitos. I've been there
carbon twice and enjoyed it both
years times. Once you're past
v it, I bustling Iquitos, you'll
as in awe board a thatched boat and
'lt, head downstream to your
vere jungle lodge.
However, you might be
prepare lucky enough to board one
this the new luxury riverboats
the for a week (try International
aust be Expeditions). When I went
making years ago, we only had the
late only lodges to choose from.
uld have It was certainly an
I stones adventure staying in huts
nore with no electricity and only
images, kerosene lamps for light. We
bird, quickly learned to take late
ler, afternoon showers, after the
pace- sun had warmed the
rooftop supply of water.
,no one Then we'd walk to dinner
ory of along lantern lit board-
walks, set high above the
sen river's annual flood line.
Nazca Each day we'd hike
vorite through the jungle, visiting
native villages, seeing all
ght also sorts of plants and animals
ticaca. I (including pink dolphins)
feel and reveling in some of the
ruly "out most stunning sunsets ever.
A few years ago, a friend
s went on one of my group
t within a tours to Peru. At home, she
grows magnificent orchids
and so I thought she'd love
)rs the Amazon. She wasn't
drawn to it at first and I
person practically had to twist her
arm to go.
person As we were flying home I
asked what was her favorite
person part of our trip.
ay tri She sheepishly smiled,
day trip laughed and said, "The
Amazon."
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Recipes for three baked Italian specialties


Hello, smart shoppers.
Hope you had a good
week.
Last week I gave you my
spaghetti sauce recipe.
Today it's baked ziti and
Sicilian lasagna made with
eggplant from Uncle "Chic"
who was of Sicilian descent.
No story today, there's too
much to give you.
Enjoy. See you next week.

EGGPLANT
PARMESAN
Serves 4

Eggplant, in my opinion,
is a vegetable that needs a
lot of help to make it
palatable. It contains a great
deal of iron and can be
bitter. When fried, it absorbs
oil like a sponge. If eggplant
is salted, the salting
removes the bitterness and
changes the oil-absorbing
properties. This extra step
takes a little time, but I
think it's well worth it. The
end result is a better tasting
and slower-fat meal.

3 medium eggplant
Salt
2 eggs or egg whites or
equivalent of egg
substitute
1/2 cup water
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
Grated Italian cheese
1/4 teaspoon black
pepper
Canola oil
2 (8-ounce) cans tomato
sauce
1 large clove garlic, peeled
and chopped
1/4 teaspoon oregano
Dash of salt and pepper
8 ounces mozzarella,
regular, low-fat or fat-free,
thinly sliced
Peel eggplant, slice in
scant 1/4-inch rounds.
Layer in a large colander,
sprinkling each layer
generously with salt. Place
colander on a dish or in the
sink. Put a plate on top of
the eggplant and top it with
a pot full of water. Let the
salt "bleed" the eggplant for
one to two hours. A brown
liquid will drip out of the
colander.
When the time is up, rinse
several slices of eggplant at
a time and squeeze. They
will feel like a wet rag.
There are many different
ways of preparing the
eggplant. I do not use
breadcrumbs because they
absorb too much oil. By
using a flour then egg wash
process, the oil you use will
be minimal.
For egg wash: Beat eggs
and water together.
Seasoned flour: On a
paper plate, mix flour,
pepper and parsley.
Dredge eggplant slices in
flour mixture, then in egg
wash. Fry in a small amount
of canola oil until golden on
each side. Drain on paper
towels.
Place a small amount of
tomato sauce in an oven
proof casserole. Layer
eggplant with a sprinkling
of grated cheese, slices of
mozzarella and some sauce.
Continue layering, ending
with sauce. Bake in a 350-
degree oven for 20 to 30
minutes until heated
through.

TOMATO SAUCE

Any kind of tomato sauce
can be used. When making
you own, use a little oil from
the fried eggplant. It
imparts a great flavor.
Chop garlic and saut6 in
oil. Add tomato sauce and
equal amount of water. Add
oregano, salt and pepper
and let cook for about 10
minutes.


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LOW-FAT EGGPLANT
PARMESAN

Prepare eggplant as
explained; do not fry.
Generously treat a cookie
sheet with cooking spray.
Place eggplant in pan,
single file and spray tops
generously. Bake at 425
degrees for 15 minutes until
browned. Prepare sauce
without using oil, substitute
cooking spray. Prepare
casserole and bake as per
regular instructions.

BAKED ZITI (NIB)
Serves 6 to 8
Regular or low-fat

Baked ziti is a popular
dish served at Italian
restaurants. It's quick and
easy to make.
By substituting low-fat or
fat-free cheeses, you can
make a meal that's delicious
and actually good for you. I
will give you the original
recipe and you take it from
there.

1 pound ziti or penne
pasta
8 ounces mozzarella,
grated
2 eggs or egg substitute or
2 egg whites
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black
pepper
2 pounds ricotta
4 tablespoons grated
Romano cheese
1 tablespoon parsley
flakes
1/2 teaspoon garlic
powder
Spaghetti sauce

Cook pasta in boiling
salted water until slightly
firm. Drain, let cool for
about 10 minutes. Mix
together remaining ingredi-
ents, except for the sauce.
Add water to some of the
sauce so it is thin. If you
need more thinned sauce
later just make a little more.
Place pasta in a large,
deep baking pan and sauce
well, mixing thoroughly.
Add ricotta mixture, fold in
and top with a little more
sauce.
Cover pan and bake in a
375-degree oven for about
30 minutes. Uncover and
bake about 5 minutes more.
Remove from oven and let
sit about 15 minutes to set.
Cut in wedges, pass the
extra sauce and grated
cheese and enjoy.

SICILIAN LASAGNA
Serves 6-8

Salt and cook eggplant
according to recipe for
eggplant parmesan. Do not
layer. Before baking place 2
layers of eggplant atop
baked ziti, saucing each.
Bake according to baked ziti
recipe.

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A few days ago, in the
early hours of the
- morning, my
youngest son came to my
bedside and woke me with a
question.
"Daddy, what does
athletic mean?"
Of course, this wasn't
exactly how or when I was
planning on waking up, but
something was on mylittle
man's mind, so I tried to
clear the cobwebs in order to
give him a coherent answer.
Not yet knowing where he
was going with this, I told
him that an athletic person
was someone who was
strong, active and had great
physical ability.
I waited for a response,
hoping that I had satisfied
his curiosity and could get
back to what I was doing
before.
He thought about it for a
moment, was satisfied and
headed back to bed. Howev-
er, at this point it, I couldn't
let it go. I needed to know
why a subject as seemingly
insignificant as the defini-
tion of a word could have
caused a pause in his sleep
and generated energy to go
through this midnight
scenario.
As he was leaving the
room, I asked him.
He reminded me of an
award he had received some
months earlier at a camp.
The award was for the most
athletic.
I then remembered the
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Religion News


sary with a free luncheon
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 28
at the Tabernacle Church,
1619 Ferndale Ave., Mel-
bourne.
The group will announce
its vision and plans for the
coming year.
All counselors, mental
health professionals and
leaders in lay ministry are
invited.
For reservations or infor-
mation, contact Jean LeS-
tourgeon at jean@christian-
discipleship.com or (321)
720-8878.


I New people welcome
to Sun@Six
St. John's Church, 610
Young St., old Eau Gallie, is
launching a new Sunday
service called Sun@Six.
The service will be at 6
p.m. The atmosphere will be
relaxed, the music casual
and fun. Families will be
welcome.
A light supper and fellow-


ship follows.
The purpose is to reach
new people who are not part
of a worshiping community.
St. John's is an Episcopal
church and part of the
worldwide Anglican Com-
mumon.
For information, call (321)
254-3365 or visit
www.stjohnsmlb. org.

Revival planned
Oct. 7-10
A revival is planned Oct. 7-
10 at College Park Church of
God, 1957 Rosetine St.,
Cocoa.
The event features evan-
gelists Joel and Regina Tal-
ley.
Hours are 10:45 a.mn. to 6
p.m. Oct. 7, and 7 p.m. Oct.
8-10.
For information, call the
Rev. Theodore V Ballard at
(321) 636-6809 or (321) 720-
4595.
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Knights of Columbus

donates to charities


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
The Knights of Columbus
donated $3,500 to Special
Arts of Brevard during the
Grand Knights Ball.
This was only a partial dis-
tribution of the $27,950
raised for local charities.
Special Olympics Bridges,
formerly known as Adult
Retarded Citizens, also
received a check for $3,500.
Harmony Farms Horses for


the Handicapped received
$2,000.
Other charities that
received money included
Devereux Children's Hospi-
tal, Prevent of Brevard, St.
John the Evangelist Catholic
Community, St. Mary's
Catholic Community and
Pantry, Pregnancy
Resources, Challenger Base-
ball for the Handicapped
and Soccer Challenger.


Road rally to feature

alternative fuel vehicles


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The SunDay Challenge, an
alternative energy vehicle
rally, is planned Oct. 6-8 at
the Florida Solar Energy
Center, 1679 Clearlake
Road, Cocoa.
This year's event focuses
on vehicles with electric
drive systems and alterna-
tive fuel vehicles. The event
includes an autocross,
vehicle testing and educa-
tional workshop.
Testing and autocross is
planned 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Oct. 6.
The road rally will be 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 7. The
route begins at the energy


center and ends at the Flori-
da Institute of Technology in
Melbourne. It leads off from
Clearlake Road, heads south
on U.S. 1, stopping at various
sites until it reaches Highway
192, turns left onto Babcock
Street to FIT for a distance of
more than 40 miles.
An AFV Advancing the
choice workshop is planned
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 8.
The challenge is sponsored
by the center, the University
of Central Florida, Brevard
Community College, Florida
Electric Auto Association,
FIT and the Space Coast
'Clean Cities Coalition.
For information, call (321)
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We must come to a place
in our lives, before it's too
late, to experience life as it
was intended to be lived. To
live from a place of grace
and in the freedom to realize
that it was God who placed
those purposes within us in
the first place.
That is the understanding
that Solomon is talking
about. He doesn't mean that
we have to understand
everything that goes on in
life in order to draw out life's
purpose. The idea is that we
must have a real under-
standing of the one who
placed that purpose there.
So, the next time we can't
sleep and the questions of
life run through your heart
and your head, don't try to
figure it all out by yourself.
Get up, walk to "The
Father's" room, ask the
question and expect an
answer.
This is life. What does it
mean?
Jason Linkous is the
executive pastor of New Life
Christian Fellowship, 6755
S. Washington Ave. in
Titusville. Contact him at
www.findnewlife.com.


JASON LINKOUS
Finding New Life
remembered his smile as he
received the award and how
our family celebrated with
him.
I started understanding
the seriousness of the
question that my son had
brought me.
The search was on, just as
it is on for each of us. The
longing for the knowledge to
know more about what the
meaning is. It's not like we
have never been close to it,
but sometimes we just lose
our way and fail to remem-
ber that feeling of fulfilled
longings. We search the
depths of our hearts to know
the meaning of life and
understand something
about purpose and destiny.
One question hovers in
the human heart: "What
does it all mean?"
In one of Solomon's
proverbs, he writes, "The
purposes of a man's heart
are deep waters, but a man
of understanding draws
them out."


























LISA M. ONORATO
The Hype


Time to

hit the

theater
T he theater season in
Brevard County is in
full-swing. With
companies from Palm Bay
to Titusville, you'd be hard-
pressed not to find some-
thing to your liking-from
comedies to dramas to
musicals.
Here's a breakdown of
upcoming productions
throughout October:
*'The Crucible'
A drama by Arthur Miller
about the Salem witch trials.
Sept. 28 through Oct. 14 at
Surfside Playhouse, 300
Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.
Show times are 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and 2
p.m. Sunday. Call (321) 783-
3127 or visit www.surfside-
players.corn.
'Rocky Horror Picture
Show'
A musical comedy and
Halloween tradition. Runs
Oct. 19-20; Oct. 26-27; and
Nov. 2-3 at Surfside Play-
house Second Stage, 300
Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.
Show time is 11:59 p.m.
Tickets are $10. Call (321)
783-3127.
'The Innocents'
A young woman becomes
the caretaker of two
orphans at an English estate
that's haunted. Runs Sept.
28 through Oct. 13 at
Titusville Playhouse/Emma
Parrish Theater, 301 Julia St.
Show times are 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and 2
p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $14
and $12. Call (321) 268-
1125.
'The World Goes Round'
A musical review present-
ed by the Theatre Company
of Palm Bay, featuring music
from "Chicago," "Cabaret,"
"Funny Girl" and others.
Oct. 12 through Nov 18. The
company is not affiliated
with Brevard Community
College but hosts its shows
on the Palm Bay campus,
, 250 Community College
Parkway. Show times are 8
p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets are $22 for general
admission and $20 for
students and seniors 65 and
older. Call (321) 723-3056 or
visit
www. theatrepalmbay. org.
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Festival celebrates
Volkswagens
BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
The "people's car" will roll out en
masse Sunday, Sept. 30, for the
ninth annual "Volkstoberfest" at
Wickham Park.
The event, hosted by the German
Accents Volkswagen Club of Central
Florida, features a car show and
swap meet, camping, children's
activities, arts and crafts and
vendors. Also on hand will be
specialty cars from Boston Lobster-
feast, Rockledge Gardens, Ben &
Jerry's and the Geek Squad.
New to this year's event is a
"Herbie" reunion, which will feature
the original car from the movie and
several other Herbie cars. Once
again, the club will donate its
proceeds to Hospice of Health First.
The GAVW club currently has 80
members from throughout Central
Florida. All Volkswagens are wel-
come, from antiques to modern-
day, said the club's president Deb
Hartegan.
"We meet monthly and do fun
things like cookouts and scavenger
hunts," said Ms. Hartegan.
Behind all the fun and socializing
is a commonality: a love of all things
Volkswagen. Ms. Hartegan said that
almost every person she meets has a
story to tell about Volkswagens,
whether they own one or not.
"It gets in your blood," she said.
"Without a doubt, everyone has a
history behind (their love of the car)


Photo courtesy of Deb Hartegan
Bob and Angie Oswalt of Melbourne show off their 1975 VW Beetle. The
Oswalts are members of the German Accents Volkswagen Club of Central
Florida. The club will host Volkstoberfest IX, a festival, car show and swap
meet Sunday, Sept. 30, at Wickham Park in Melbourne.


and memories that are somehow
tied to aVolkswagen."
She said events like the Volksto-
berfest give people a chance to
share their stories, and most
importantly, their cars.
The popularity ofVolkswagen has
increased steadily since the car was
first introduced into the United
States in the late 1940s, despite a
few rough patches.
"Volkswagen had tough times in


the 1980s," said Terry Oswalt, a
GAVW club member. "They were
not aggressive enough in updating
their designs, but in the last 10
years, their popularity has
increased. I think they learned their
lesson," he joked.
Mr. Oswalt is well acquainted with
the Volkswagen brand. He currently
owns a 1981 Rabbit diesel that he


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enter it in the Daily Driver
class atVolkstoberfest.
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since the Rabbit, a 2006
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drives his Rabbit in his daily
commute from Suntree to


his job in Melbourne, where
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Mr. Oswalt has been a
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for five years and said he is
looking forward to the
Volkstoberfest event.
"It's about the best place
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owners to easily maintain
the car themselves.
Overall, he believes the
Volkswagen's staying power
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comedy "Amateurs" at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays and 2
p.m. Sunday through Sept 30.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for
senior citizens and $10 for chil-
dren, military members and stu-
dents. The theatre is at 817 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne.
Call (321) 723-6935.
Musical: Cocoa Village Play-
house presents "Guys and
Dolls" through Sept 30. Show
times are 7:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday..
Tickets are $22 for adults, $20
for students/seniors and $15 for
children 12 and younger. The
playhouse is at 300 Brevard Ave.
Details: (321) 636-5050.
Swingtime Jazz Band: The
Swingtime Jazz Band presents
its fall kickoff ball at 7 p.m. at
Melbourne Auditorium, 625 E.
Hibiscus Blvd. Tickets are $5 or
$6 at the door. Details: (321)
724-0555.
*Play: Titusville Playhouse
presents "The Innocents"
through Oct. 13. Show times are
8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and
2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $14
for orchestra and $12 for bal-
cony. $2 discount for students
and seniors. The playhouse is at
301Julia St Details: (321) 268-
1125.
Play: Surfside Players pres-
ents "The Crucible" through Oct
14. The theater is at 300 Ramp
Road, Cocoa Beach. Details:
(321) 783-3127.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 29

Art auction: Melbourne Art
Festival will host an art auction
to raise funds for scholarships at
6:30 p.m. at the Clemente Cen-
ter on the campus of the Florida
Institute of Technology in Mel-
bourne. Art donated by 200607


Melbourne Art Festival artists.
The cost is $25 per person.
Details: (321) 722-1964.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 30

VW car show: The ninth
annual Volkstoberfest car show
and swap meet will be from 7
a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept 30
at Wickham Park, 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. A pre-
show party is scheduled for 6
p.m. Saturday, Sept 29. More
than 30 categories will be repre-
sented in the car show. Pro-
ceeds will benefit Hospice of
Health First. Tickets for the pre-
show party are $5 for adults and
$2 for children 10 and younger.
Price includes a hamburger,
sides, a drink and dessert. For
information, call (321) 757-
0421 or visit www.gavwcvcom.

TUESDAY, OCT. 2

Jazz night: WGRV "The
Groove" will host live jazz from
6-9 p.m. at The Getaway Martini
Lounge, 7720 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Details: (321) 255-
0052.

THURSDAY, OCT. 4

SJazz night: WGRV "The
Groove" presents live jazz from
6:30-9:30 p.m. at The Surf
Restaurant on the corner of A1A
and the Minuteman Causeway
in Cocoa Beach. Details: (321)
783-2401.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Art opening: Art and Antique
Studios will host an opening
reception for the watercolor art
of Cynthia Perry from 5:30-8:30
p.m. Friday, Oct. 5. The exhibit
will be on display through Oct.
30. The Art and Antique Studio
is at 1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Details: (321) 253-


5553.
Comedy: The Henegar Cen-
ter presents "Blithe Spirit" by
Noel Coward Friday, Oct. 5
through Oct 21. Show times are
8 p.m. Friday and Saturdays
and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are
$20 for adults, $18 for seniors 65
and older. The Henegar Center
is at 625 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 723-
8698.
First Friday: Several galleries
in downtown Eau Gallie will stay
open until 8:30 p.m., host open-
ing receptions and serve refresh-
ments:
Jazz Friday: The Brevard Art
Museum presents Jazz Friday
from 5:30-7:30 p.m., featuring
the music of Don Soledad and
World Element The cost is $10
for nonmembers and free for
members. The museum is at
1463 Highland Ave., Melbourne.
Details: (321) 242-0737.
Vivace Society event: The
Vivace Society will host a kick-off
party for the opening season of
the Brevard Symphony Orches-
tra at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, on
the lawn at the King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne. The
party features refreshments. The
Vivace Society is a social and
fundraising group that supports
the BSO. Tickets are $10 for
members. Details: (321) 242-
2024.
BSO: The Brevard Symphony
Orchestra presents "A Musical
Kaleidoscope" at 8 p.m. Satur-
day, Oct 6 at the King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Details: (321) 242-2219.

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By LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Shawn Banks has jokes,
and he's not afraid to use
them.
So far, his fearlessness has
landed him several contest
victories and appearances
on Comedy Central.
On Saturday, Sept. 29, the
Titusville comedian will
appear on Bill Belamy's
"Whose Got Jokes?", which
will air at 10 p.m. on TV-
ONE, or station 241 on
Direct TV TV-ONE is on
channel 166 for Brighthouse
subscribers. For those who
cannot get the program, Mr.
Banks will offer DVDs on his
Web site,
www.banksfunny.com.
"Whose Got Jokes?" is a
reality show where standup
comics compete against
each other. In the first
round, the comedians are
given three minutes to
perform regular standup. In
the second round, the
pressure is on as the


performers
face script-
ed chal-
lenges.
"Everyone
was expect-
ing heck-
lers," Mr.
Banks said. 1
"But they r /
weren't
expecting Shawn Banks
some of the
other things."
Mr. Banks said challenges
included microphones
fading in and out and
audiences directed not to
laugh. The comics had to
adapt to the changes under
the watchful eyes of the
judges.
"They want to see your
reaction,how you'll handle
things," he said.
Though the show is
primarily for upcoming
comedians, Mr. Banks said
he did face some veterans.
"There were people
who've been in the (busi-
ness) for 10 years," he said.


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"I'm a 'featured extra,' because I have a
speaking role in the movie. But, hey, you have
to start somewhere. Bernie Mac started out as
a door man (in the movie 'Mo Money)"
Shawn Banks, comedian


"But I didn't get discour-
aged. I just knew it was time
to step up my game."
When it comes to adapt-
ing to the ever-challenging
entertainment industry, the
31-year-old comedian has it
covered.
Though, he's only been
performing standup since
2004, his star seems des-
tined to shine.
He has several upcoming
projects, including a small
part in a movie that will be
released next summer.
"Get Some" stars Sean
Faris of "Life as We Know It"
and the upcoming Fox show
"Reunion," as a teen who
gets involved in an under-
ground fight club in Orlan-
do. Mr. Banks was cast as
the "beefy door man" at a
nightclub.
"I'm a 'featured extra,'
because I have a speaking
role in the movie," Mr.
Banks said. "But, hey," he
joked, "You have to start
somewhere. Bernie Mac
started out as a door man
(in the movie 'Mo Money.')"
Though his appearance in
the movie is brief, he spent
six 12-hour days on the set
in Orlando.
"There's a lot of hurry up
and wait," Mr. Banks said. "I
already knew the intricacies
of filming. It's really just a
test of endurance; a lot of
waiting around."
Mr. Banks said he utilized
his downtime by joking with
producers and cast mem-
bers.
"I like to have fun," he
said.
His comedy has attracted
the attention of the William


Morris Agency, who recently
booked the comedian to
appear in a talent showcase
the agency is co-hosting
with Comedy Central in
Miami Beach Nov. 1-3.
He recently submitted a
video to the National
Association for Campus
Activities, an organization
that links colleges with
entertainers. He hopes his
video clip will be enough to
earn him a spot in the
national showcase in
February.
"I'm excited," Mr. Banks
said. "It's the same video
that got Comedy Central's
attention."
Mr. Banks said his goal is
to appear in as many
festivals as he can, includ-
ing the "Just For Laughs"
festival in Montreal.
"That is where I'd get seen
by a lot of people, from
comedians to industry
people," he said.
Mr. Banks said his experi-
ences have taught him that
staying positive is the key
ingredient to success.
"Through all these
opportunities, I keep saying
to myself that I need to keep
pressing on," he said.
Mr. Banks recently
performed two shows with
comedian Bruce Bruce in
Jacksonville and Tampa. His
next scheduled appearance
will also be with Bruce
Bruce Friday, Sept. 28, at the
Bob Carr Performing Arts
Center in Orlando.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato at
(321) 751-5957 or the-
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various plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows, events
and experimental theater
throughout the year. For infor-
mation, call (321) 723-6935.
* Surfside Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach, the theater produces
various plays and musicals, as
well as hosting a youth player
group and workshops. For infor-
mation, call (321) 783-3013.
* Theatre Company of Palm
Bay: Operates out of the audi-
torium at the Palm Bay campus
of Brevard Community College
but is not affiliated with the
school. The Palm Bay campus
of BCC is at 250 Community
College Parkway. Call (321)


723-3056 or visit www.the-
atrepalmbay.org.
Titusville Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 301 Julia St., Titusville, the
theater produces various plays
and musicals, as well as hosting
a youth player group and work-
shops. For information, call
(321) 268-1125.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
Art and Antique Studio:
The Art and Antique Studio,
1419 Highland Ave., Melbourne,
is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day 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:
Located at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5


p.m. Tuesday through Saturday,
and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Admis-
sion, which includes entry to
both the museum and the Chil-
dren's Science Center, is $5 for
adults, $3 for senior citizens and
$2 for children and students
with identification. Free for
museum members. Admission
is free to the general public 1 to
5 p.m. Thursday. For informa-
tion, call (321) 242-0737.
Brevard Museum of Histo-
ry and Science: Located at
2201 Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it is
open Monday through Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday
noon-4 p.m. Admission for
adults is $5.50, $5 for senior citi-
zens, $3.50 for children 5-16
and $4 for college students.
Museum members are admit-
ted free. For information, call
(321) 632-1830.


Jazz band plans benefit


for family of founder


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
The Central Brevard Humane Society Jazz
Band will be featured along with 20 top
Brevard musicians and vocalists at a benefit
for the family of Jim "Gentleman Jim"
Agnostopulos.
The event will be noon to 9 p.m. Oct. 7 at
the Merritt Island Moose Lodge, 3150 N.
Courtenay Parkway. Tickets are $5 at the
door.
Mr. Agnostopulos was the pianist who
founded the Humane Society Jazz Band,
which has raised more than $25,000 for the
humane society. He was at every concert
until an illness forced him to move last year
to New York. He died Sept. 23. Money
collected will be used to help his family.


The Hype
From page B1
A musical review set in the
1940s, from big band to
swing and latin sounds.
Runs Oct. 12-28 at Mel-
bourne Civic Theatre, 817 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. Show times are 8
p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets
are $15 for adults and $10 '
for seniors, students and
children. Call (321) 723-6935
or visit www.mymct.org.

This weekend
Jazz: Vicki Belomonte
will perform at 7 p.m.,Friday,
Sept. 28, at Caf6 Flamant,
313 DelannoyAve., Cocoa.
Call (321) 631-0505.
Classic rock: Vintage will
perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 28, at Chowders
Seafood Grill, 6485 U.S.
Highway 1, Rockledge. Call
(321) 631-9075.
Friday Fest: Cocoa
Village presents its monthly
street party from 6-10 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 28. This
month's entertainer is John
Quinlivan. Call (321) 631-
9075.
Rock: Medusa will
perform at 9:30 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 28, at The County Line,
4650 W. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 726-
0416.
Blues/rock: Blox Electric
will perform at 8:30 p.m.,
Friday, Sept. 28, at Earl's
Hideaway, 1405 Indian River
Drive, Sebastian. Call (772)
589-5700.
Jazz: Sybil Gage will
perform at 7 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 28, at Galaxy Grille, 147
Fifth Ave., Indialantic. Call
(321) 728-5888.
Festival: 107.1 FMWA1A
presents "Q-Fest" to benefit
Toyz 4 Kidz from 10 a.m. to 8
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at
the Grant Seafood Festival
Grounds, 4580 First Stv
Grant. Features live music
with The Usual Suspects,
Vintage, Elgin Hooper, the
Rev. Billy C. Wirtz, and Bon
Jovi tribute band Dead or







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For information, call (321) 452-5986 or
(321) 459-2387.
The schedule of performances follows.
Humane Society band: Noon.
Bill Franz and the Riverboat Gang: 1 p.m.
Jim Turner & Co.: 2 p.m.
Sybil Gage Quartet: 3 p.m.
Mike Mirand and the Humane Society
Jazz Quintet: 4 p.m.
Mark Hubrouck Trio: 5 p.m.
The Ragtime Rascals: 6 p.m.
Dave Wills and the Humane Society
quartet, 7 p.m.
If time allows, there will be a jazz jam at 8
p.m.
Pianist Al Stevens will perform with the
Humane Society band and will be the
master of ceremonies.


Alive. Free admission. Call
(321) 952-4938.
Rock: Pinch will perform
at 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29,
at the Key West Bar, 2286
Highway A1A, Indian
Harbour Beach. Call (321)
733-1577.
Blues: Absolute Blue will
perform at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 29, at Thirsty
Bones, 221 Crockett Blvd.,
Merritt Island. Call (321)


452-0568.
Blues/funk: Stoney and
the House Rockers will
perform at 2 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 30, at The Beach
Shack, 1 Minutemen
Causeway, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 783-2250.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato at
(321) 751-5957 or the-
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS


MELBOURNE Cynthia
Perry is the featured artist
for October at the Art and
Antique Studio, 1419
Highland Ave.
Art enthusiasts can meet
her from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Oct. 5 at the studio. There
will be music and refresh-
ments. For information,
call (321) 253-5553.
Ms. Perry spent several
years studying and living
in France, Italy and Great
Britain. Previously, she
was known for her wheel-
thrown porcelain pottery
while working out of her
own studio in Oak Ridge,
Tenn. At that time, she was
an active member of the
Foothills Craft Guild and
exhibited her pottery in
many area galleries and
craft shows.
She worked in several
mediums before exploring
watercolor.
The show at the studio is
titled, "Beauties or
Beasts."


Photo courtesy of Art and Antique Studio
The works of watercolor artist Cynthia Perry will be on
view in October at the Art and Antique Studio, 1419
Highland Ave. An opening reception is planned 5:30-
8:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at the studio.


She is a member of the
Brevard Watercolor
Society, the Strawbridge
Art League and the
Brevard Cultural Alliance.
She has participated in
both juried and non-
juried shows. Her work
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Area schools face busy week on the gridiron


FAA puts unbeaten record on line


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
Scoreboard operators in


Brevard County figure to get
plenty of action this week as
the 2007 high school foot-
ball season enters the


The


halfway point.
The Melbourne Bulldogs
travel to Titusville to take on
the high-flying Terriers.
The Eau Gallie Com-
modores and their 31 points
per game cross the river to
Satellite where the Scorpi-
ons are giving up points in
droves.
And two of Brevard Coun-
ty's top three offenses col-
lide when the unbeaten
Florida Air Academy Falcons
take on the Holy Trinity
Tigers.
FAA Falcons (4-0) vs.
Holy Trinity Tigers (2-2)
The Falcons come into this
Class A, District 4 match up
off to their best start in
school history as one of only
two undefeated teams left in
Brevard County after four
weeks.
Coach Roderick Lawson's
team sits atop the county
rankings with a 406 yard per
game average on offense,
and they are the county's
No. 1 defensive team giving
up less than 150 yards each
time out.
The Falcons are scoring 39
points per game, while
allowing opponents barely
more than a touchdown,
eight points, per contest.
Junior running back Umar
Merritt leads a rushing
attack that chews up nearly


Lukas Harden for Hometown News
Melbourne Bulldogs sophomore Tyler Mugar (No. 6) dances between Eau Gallie's
Cameron Lewis (No. 4) and Brian Hartman (No. 60) on his way up field during the Com-
modores 14-3 victory Sept. 21. The Bulldogs travel to Titusville this week and Eau Gallie
takes on Satellite. Kickoff for both games is set for 7:30 p.m.


300 yards per game. Merritt
has six touchdowns to go
with his 128 yards per game
rushing average and is
among the top five rushers
in the county.
Senior quarterback Marco
Silveira is averaging 110
yards through the air. He is
completing 50 percent of his
throws and has four touch-
down passes, making the
Falcons a very difficult team
to defend.


Lawson said he knows
being 4-0 doesn't mean any-
thing if you can't take care of
business in the district.
"We are always happy with
a win. But, our goals have
not been met for the sea-
son," he said. "We know that
our district games are the
most important, and if we
play our style of football, we
believe we will be fine."
On the other side of the
ball, Holy Trinity brings the
heat of Brevard's No. 3
ranked offense at 360 yards
per game.
Running back Nick Pryce
is among the top five rush-
ers in the county, piling up
118 yards per game. He also
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Trinity is averaging 32.5
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to play our best game of the
year to win.
Kickoff for this week's
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Sept. 28 at Falcons Field on
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Melbourne Bulldogs (2-2)
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Melbourne comes into this
game losers of two in a row
after dropping a key district
game to Eau Gallie last week
14-3.
The Bulldogs face another
tough test this week as they
take on the pass-happy,
undefeated Terriers.
Titusville has the county's
No. 2 offense, averaging 396
yards -and 37 points per
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back Chris Joly and receiver
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Photo courtesy of Edward Mussler
The 1966 Florida Class 2A state champion Melbourne Bulldogs football team. First row, from left: head coach Byrd
Whigham, Richard Drew, Guy Maxwell, Allen Robbins, Mickey Zofko,.Billy Green, Johnny Valentine, Paul Hughes, Gor-
don Dillon, Clark Nail, Jimmy Scott, Skip Cox, Mike Williamson, Bill Beck, assistant coach Gerald Odom. Second row:
Assistant coach Larry Maier, assistant coach J.M. Pfeil, Jim King, Jeff Darnofall, Butch Wright, Grady Stewart, Bruce Far-
rar, Gene Hartman, Bernie Liford, Randy Ostrander, Bill Stephens, Ed Robbins, Steve Andrews, Bob Click, Dale Carter,
Tory Tyson, assistant coach Ned Brown. Third row: Houston Trew, Dave Clendenin, George Wells, Don Alford, Dwight
Sliger, Bill Click, George Darby, John Keese, Ricky Schmidt, Bob Carpenter, Larry Chancey, John Holmes, Jim Henning,
Jerry Anderson, Gary Hancock, assistant coach Dave St. John.


Local author recalls championship season


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer

In the shadows of the tur-
bulent 1960s, Melbourne
existed as a small but bur-
geoning town of 20,000.
Riddled with the strife and
upheaval of the Vietnam
War, the Civil Rights move-
ment and assassinations,
the chaotic decade also ush-
ered in a revolution in space
exploration, cultural and
artistic development and an
exploding sports scene that
gripped the nation.
Joe Namath, the UCLA
Bruins, the Green Bay Pack-
ers dynasty, the first Super
Bowl and the controversial
Mexico City Olympics of
1968 helped to shape a
sports landscape that
remains legendary today.
Forty years ago, the citi-
zens of Melbourne would
just as soon entertain them-
selves with a drive along the
beach or by taking in a high
school football game as they
would catching an episode
of the "Dick Van Dyke Show"
or "Gunsmoke."
In 1965, the Melbourne
High School Bulldogs foot-
ball team reached the
championship game of the
Class 2A Florida state, foot-
ball playoffs.
The Bulldogs fell 44-12 to
the Stingarees of Miami
High School in the Orange
Bowl, shattering dreams of
Brevard's first-ever state
football title, if only for one
season.
Melbourne Beach native
and 1986 Melbourne High
School graduate Ed Mussler
picks up where that 1965
season left off, chronicling
the Bulldogs' "Hoosier-
esque"comeback road to the
1966 state championship in
his newly released book, "A
Glorious Season."
Mussler, a sports writer-
turned-recruiter for
Northrup-Grumman in


Football
From page B6
a 21 point-per-game clip,
but have not visited the end
zone in either of their last
two games, both losses.
Sophomore running back
Cortez Ray entered last
week's game averaging 115
yards per game, but he has
been held to under 100
yards rushing during each
of Melbourne's last two con-
tests.
The Bulldogs have given
up less than 12 points per
game on defense so far this
season, but they have
proven to be vulnerable to
the pass, allowing more
than 100 yards through the
air in each of its first three
games.
Melbourne must find an
answer to Titusville's pass-
ing game or it could be a
long night for the Bulldogs.
"Titusville is excellent,"
Bulldogs head coach Todd
Wilson before practice this
week. "We are going to have
to play our best to compete
with them."
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7:30 p.m.,
Sept. 28 at AlWernicke Field
on the campus of Titusville
High School.

Eau Gallie Commodores (3-
1) at Satellite Scorpions (0-4)
The Commodores enter
this game on a high after
beating long-tome rival and
district foe Melbourne 14-3
last weekend.
"It was a great game for
everyone associated with
Eau Gallie High School,"
Commodores head coach
Todd Oas said. "I am very

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4


"I had been out of the newspaper business
for quite a while, but I missed the creative spirit
associated with writing".

Ed Mussler,
author of 'A Glorious Season'


Melbourne, said the idea for
the book just came to him
one day while working at his
desk.
"I had been out of the
newspaper business for
quite a while, but I missed
the creative spirit associated
with writing," Mussler
writes in the book's
acknowledgements. "One
day I was moaning that I
was no longer a writer. My
wife Tammy challenged me
to write a book. 'And if you
write a book, do it on some-
thing you enjoy,' she said."
Mussler soon recalled the
conversations he had with
Audrey Hughes, a neighbor
whose yard he used to cut
while growing up in Mel-
bourne Beach, and he had
the idea for his first book.
Mrs. Hughes' son, Paul,
was a member of the 1966
team, and she would share
stories and Paul's scrapbook
with Mussler as he took
breaks from working in the
yard.
The scrapbook helped
Mussler jumpstart the
research into the team and
the magical 1966 season.
Mussler tells the tale of a
team that overachieved in
making it to the 1965 title
game, but still was picked to
make it back to the champi-
onship the next year.
Nationally known for its
academics in the 1950s and
1960s, Mussler credits
prominent educator and
Melbourne High principal
Dr. B. Frank Brown for his
commitment to bring the
athletics programs up to par
with the school's scholarly
prowess.


The book follows the 1966
team as it overcomes the
hardship of losing its star
quarterback, Mickey Zofko,
who broke his collarbone in
a rematch with Miami High
in the third week and
missed the rest of the regu-
lar season.
Along the way, Mussel tells
of the pursuit and hiring of
ByrdWigham as head coach.
Wigham had just won a
state title with Wildwood
High School in 1964. He
immediately put the Bull-
dogs on the football map
with the appearance in the
1965 title game, and would
go down as a legend for win-
ning the championship in
1966 over Fort Lauderdale
High.
Mussler's sports writing
roots are present through-
out the book.
He chronicles each game
of the 1966 season, from the
opening victory over Edge-
water High at the Tangerine
Bowl in Orlando to the tri-
umph over the Flying L's of
Fort Lauderdale High in the,
championship, resurrecting
the heroic exploits of Zofko
and backfield mates Billy
Greene and Johnny Valen-
tine, as if they happened last
weekend.
Throughout the book,
Mussler pays attention to
details and takes great pains
to give the reader an inside
look at the circumstances,
characters and story lines of
each game, rekindling 40
years of passion for the
games and bringing it to the
page.
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S, High school football,
Week 4, Sept. 21

Eau Gallie Commodores 14,
Melbourne Bulldogs 3
Scoring was at a premium in a
game that saw just 285 yards of
offense between the two squads.
The Commodores used an
unyielding defense and took
S advantage of four Bulldogs
turnovers to improve to 3-1 and
share the top spot with Palm Bay in
the tightly packed Class 5A, Dis-
trict 13 standings.
"It was a great game for every-
one associated with Eau Gallie
unday High School," Commodores head
coach Todd Oas said afterward. "A
$50.00 win against Melbourne has been a
long time coming."
$38.00 After a scoreless first quarter,
Eau Gallie quarterback Sean
$20.00 Wavra plowed in from the 1-yard
line to give the Commodores the
ion or discouns only advantage the would need for
the night with 9:53 to go in the half.
However, The Bulldogs would
answer with a 42-yard field goal off
the foot of Bradley Holmes to end
the third quarter, breathing life into
the Melbourne team.
*But the Bulldogs continued to
struggle on offense, failing to reach
the end zone for the second
straight week.
back Justin Rose capped off the
victory with a 57-yard catch and
run from Wavra with 3:57 left in the
game.
-e up toRose led Eau Gallie with 52 of its
89 yards on the ground.
Wavra was 5 of 11 for 90 yards
through the air, with one intercep-
tion.
i a. Sophomore Cortez Ray led all
rushers in the game with 57 yards
on 17 carries as the Bulldogs
struggled for to 104 yards of
offense.
Melbourne head coach Todd Wil-
son had little to say after the game.
"We have to keep working," he
said. "Give Eau Gallie credit. They
beat us."
Melbourne travels to Titusville
this week to take on the pas-happy
Terriers (3-1), and the Com-
modores visit the Satellite Scorpi-
Fons (0-4).
Both games are set to kick off at
7:30 p.m., Sept. 28.
The King's Academy Lions 42,
MCC Hustlers 7
The Lions proved to be too big
and too fast in handing the Hus-
tIers their second loss of the sea-
son.
TKA held MCC scoreless for
three quarters and took a com-


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manding 28-0 lead into the final 12
minutes.
The Lions opened the scoring
with a 36-yard sprint by tailback
Myles Jackson. The score came
on the heals of a 29-yard run by
fullback Lee Bussey on the previ-
ous play.
TKA widened the lead to 14-0
after Jackson scored from 26
yards out with 3:30 to play in the
first quarter.
The Hustlers could get little
going against the Lions, threaten-
ing TKA territory just once in the
first half.
The Lions took a 21-0 halftime
lead when quarterback Cory
Donath found Bussey in the end
zone with a 2-yard pass.
Donath added a 15-yard run for
score to wind down the third quar-
ter and Bussey would cap the
scoring for TKA with a 19-yard run
in the final quarter.
MCC's lone score came on a 6-
yard toss from sophomore quarter-
back Mike Erdman to Kyle Hogan
following a Lions' fumble at their
22-yard line.
MCC coach Mike Riazzi had
praise for the Lion's following the
game.
"They (King's Academy) were
fast," he said. "The running
back/fullback combination was the
best we have seen this year, and
the defense was sound, quick and
physical; not to mention an excel-
lent kicking game."
The Hustlers travel to Orlando
this week to take on Bishop Moore.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m., Sept. 28.
FAA Falcons 20, Liberty
Chargers 7
FAA head coach Roderick Law-
son vowed to run the football in
2007. No one can say he isn't a
man of his word.
Junior Umar Merritt eclipsed the
100-yard rushing mark for the third
straight game with 161 yards on 12
carries and scored two touch-
downs as the Falcons toppled first-
year, 5A Liberty and moved to 4-0
for the first time in school history.
Freshman running back Jeffrey
Keels also scored on a short run in
the fourth quarter to put the fledg-
ling Kissimmee-based school
away. Keels had 63 yards rushing
on 12 carries.
FAA rolled up 352 yards of
offense on the Chargers with 279
coming via the rush.
Senior quarterback Marco Sil-
veira was 5-of-9 passing for 73
yards with one interception.
The Falcons defense also
stepped up, holding the Chargers
scoreless until the last minute of
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Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m., Sept.
28.

Area football standings

Class 5A, District 13
Eau Gallie 3-1
Palm Bay 3-1
Bayside 2-1
Melbourne 2-2
Port St. Lucie 2-2
Centennial 2-2
Class 2B, District 7
Pahokee 4-0
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Golf (girls)
*Viera 210, MCC 219 at Mel-
bourne Municipal GC, Par-36 -
VHS: Katie Buescher, 48; Nancy
Keck, 52; Danielle Baiunco, 54;
Laura Conklin, 56. MCC: Heather
Pearson, 43; Brenna Fleis, 57; Mal-
onie Richey, 59; Emily James, 60.
VHS: 2-5 MCC: 5-2
Golf (boys)
*Brevard HEAT 169, MCC: 177
at The Majors GC, Par-36 BH:
Tim Schulz, 38; Nelson Apsey, 40;
Jesse Easterling, 45; Joey Gibson,
46. MCC: Evan Addington, 38; Chip
Richards, 43; Sean Mason, 48; Tim
Fitzgerald, 48. BH: 6-1 MCC: 0-2-1
Volleyball
*Merritt Island Christian def. Bre-
vard HEAT 25-15, 25-17, 25-14
MICS: 7-0 BH: 3-4
*Brevard Christian def. FAA 25-
10, 25-19, 27-25 BC: 3-5
*Space Coast def. West Shore
25-17, 25-10, 25-15 WS: 1-4
*Rockledge def. Viera 25-19, 25-
23, 25-22 RCK: 5-2 VHS: 1-6

Sept. 18

Golf (boys)
*Satellite 89, Eau Gallie 122 at
Suntree CC, Par 21 SAT: Adam
Lindsley, 20; Tony Vizzini, 21; Nick
Culwell, 24; Jeff Trafton, 24; Joe
Shea, 24. EG: Andrew Walker, 27;
Nick Weaver, 30; Jimmy Smyth, 31;
Lincoln Moon, 34. SAT: 5-0 EG: 1-
4
*Palm Bay 180, Melbourne 188
at The Majors GC, Par-36 PB:
Robbie Mosby, 37; Andrew Burns,
43; Justin Morrison, 49; Kyle Rie-
mann, 51. MEL: Chris McRea, 46;
Ben Pitman, 47; Kyle McLaughlan,
47; Brandon Lukavsky, 48. PB: 4-3
MEL: 3-6
*Bayside 95, Viera 101 at Duran
GC, Par-20 BHS: Jarred Ram-
nath, 21; Frankie LaBella, 21;
Shane Hoover, 24; Matt Bulian, 28.
VHS: Trey Valentine,. 20; Alex
Boone, 27; Tyler Buffum, 27; Dylan
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Capsule
From page B8
Morris, 27. BHS: n/a VHS: 5-4
Golf (girls)
*Eau Gallie 116, Satellite 127
at Harbor City Municipal GC,
Par-20 EG: Jessica Santoro,
23; Shea Trower, 29; Kristina
Lanza, 31; Sheree Baxter, 33.
SAT: Alix Barker, 29; Niki Tottu, 29;
Ali Wensinger, 32; Anne Tregesser,
37. EG: 5-1 SAT: 2-3
*Melbourne 219, Palm Bay 228
at Melbourne Municipal GC, Par-
36 MEL: Kristin Grubka, 48;
Haley Roll, 54; Jessica Ferrante,
57; Kelsey Gowen, 60. PB: Peer-
aya Sawangkum, 44; Stefany


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McLarnan, 67. MEL: 2-4-1 PB: 1-5
*Viera 136, Bayside 162 at The
Majors GC, Par-21 VHS: Nacy
Keck, 30; Danielle Baiunco, 35;
Lauren Piccolella, 35; Caroline
Mullins, 36. BHS: Katie Beckett,
38; Brooklynn Dawson, 40; Alex
Clawson, 42; Amarillys Buenano,
42. VHS: 3-5 BHS: 0-5
Swimming (boys)
*Space Coast 82, Eau Gallie 76
*Palm Bay 120, Melbourne 48
Swimming (girls)
*Eau Gallie 107, Space Coast
68
*Palm Bay 125, Melbourne 49
Volleyball
*Melbourne def. Space Coast
28-26, 25-16, 24-26, 25-16 MEL:
n/a SC: 5-5


Football
From page B7


proud of our effort late in
the game, as the score was
7-3 and Melbourne was
moving the ball. We had lots
of superior individual effort
to stem the tide and not give
up."
After beginning the season
with two straight shutouts,
Eau Gallie's defense was
tested in Week 3 by the
Space CoastVipers.
The Commodores surren-
dered three touchdowns in
three quarters to the Vipers
in a 22-14 losing effort.
Coach Todd Oas righted
the Commodores' defensive
ship against Melbourne,
holding the Bulldogs to 106
total yards and denying the
opponent a touchdown for
the third time this season.
Eau Gallie figures to have
its way this week when they
visit a Satellite team that
could generate only 74
yards last week at Astronaut
and hasn't sniffed the end
zone in its last two outings.
Fans can look for the
Commodores to open up
the playbook with senior
running backs Chris Push-
man and Justin Rose itching
to run free.
And, senior quarterback
Sean Wavra, dwelling at the
bottom of the passing stats
after four games, should get
a chance to showcase his
arm against Brevard Coun-
ty's second worst defense.
Kick off for this week's
game is set for 7:30 p.m.,
Sept. 28 at Scorpions Stadi-
um in Satellite Beach.

MCC Hustlers (1-2) at
Bishop Moore Hornets (3-1)


The Hustlers are coming
off a 42-7 loss to district foe
King's Academy last week.
The Hornets are a peren-
nial 3A playoff power and
have won 23 of their last 26
games.
After dropping its opener
17-10 to Freedom High
School, Bishop Moore has
rolled off three straight wins
by a combined score of 106
to 21.
Despite losing 18 starters
from last year's 11-1 team,
the Hornets have rebuilt
themselves around senior
running back Shayne Dick-
son and quarterbacks Matt
Donovan and Sean McIn-
tyre.
MCC is seventh among
Brevard County teams in
offense, averaging just over
275 yards per game.
The Hustler defense has
been downright stingy this
season. Going into last
week's game with King's
Academy, MCC was allow-
ing opponents just 151
yards of offense each game.
The Hustlers will need
stellar performances from
junior running back Aaron
Elmore (108 yards/game, 2
TDs) and linebackers A.J.
Cacciatore, Mike Paige and
Joe Toppa if they are going
to make a game of this one.
"Bishop Moore is a 3A
playoff school," Hustlers
head coach Mike Riazzi
said. "They have size and
strength, and we have to
keep striving to get better."
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7 p.m., Sept.
28 at Bishop Moore High
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what our season has been like so far.
May 9th: Subtropical storm Andrea. A
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July 31st: Tropical Storm,Chantel formed in
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first hurricane of the season. Dean became one of
the most intense hurricanes in the Atlantic Basin
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other was in Veracruz Mexico.
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storm in the 2007 season to roar ashore as a
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winds hit 85 mph and brought heavy rains and
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Only $150! 321-750-2440
S. Brevard
AIR HOCKEY table, 7 ft,
electronic score, used
once, $100, call
321-676-9714, So. Brev.
ANTIQUE DESK, solid
oak refinished for child, 3
drawers includes oak
chair, $75. 321-258-0490


AQUARIUM, $25; Mas-
sage seat, $35; Crystal
sugar & cream, $75. Call
321-777-8056 S. Brevard
ART- 3 Framed Christine
Rosamond prints, $25
each, call 321-751-6171.
BAKERS RACK 4 shelf,
all metal, dark green,
many uses, $25, call
321-253-1823, So. Brev.
BICYCLE, MEN'S GT
Windstream, 21sp, lots of
extra's, new cond, $150,
call 321-636-4813, S. Br.
BOAT LIFT- 4 5/16x27 ss
cables, 8 dunk supp., 4
guide posts, $35. Call
321-729-8169 S. Brev.
BODY BOARD, new,
Wave skater, rides up to
2351bs,blue/yellow, leash,
$139. 321-725-7379
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cise Equip.- famous Body
by Jake ab workout,brand
new! $39. 321-288-2924
CAR SEAT- Evenflo,
barely used, will sell for
$50, call 321-255-9969.
CHILDREN MOVIES -
39 VHS. Disney & Warn-
er Bros. $50/all.
321-768-1185
CHRISTMAS TREE, pre-
lit, 7.5', beautiful, $200
new. asking $90, Call
321-752-8872, So. Brev.
COINS/ FOREIGN, 230
pc 25 country, duplicates,
some silver, $75, call
321-779-8590, So. Brev.
COMPRESSOR, $40;
Portable table saw, $30;
Table & chairs, $80, call
321-242-7040, So. Brev.
COMPUTER ARMOIRE,
$80; Queenbed 3 pc,
$50all; Coffee/ end table,
$20, call 321-373-4046.
COMPUTER MONITOR,
hp pavilion, 15", color, w/
2 speakers, $50, call
321-504-7496, So. Brev.
COMPUTER, COMPAQ-
120 gb hard drive, printer
and monitor, $125, call
321-956-0894, So. Brev.
COMPUTER, XP Profes-
sional, 256 megs, Epson
printer, like new, $150/all.
321-722-0199 S. Brevard
DESK W/ MATCHING
lateral File, O'Sullivan,
oak finish, like new, $125
call 321-752-8888, S. Br.
DESK/CHAIR COMBO
(2) $100 ea Combo.
321-536-6170
DINING HUTCH, maple,
$75; Brother Fax Ma-
chine,$50;Bush Entertain.
center $15. 321-427-1397
DINING SET, outdoor,
tempered glass top, 6
chairs w/cushions, $200.
321-757-6774 S. Brev.
DISHES, service for 6, Irg
dinner /salad plates, soup
bowls, juice glasses, etc..
$15 for all 321-255-0543
DOOL HOUSE, Newport
Cape, 2 story wood kit, 5
rooms, $20, call
321-727-8131, So. Brev.
DRESSER W/ Mirror,
oak, 7 drawers, grt cond,
$175, call 321-960-3629.
DVD/ VHS player, $35;
(2) end tables, like new,
$15 set, call
321-243-8555, So. Brev.
EXERCISE MACH- Tor-
so Track, new in box, w/
accessories, $85obo, call
321-951-3082, So. Brev.
EXERCISE MACHINE,
White Stepping $75; Hip
& thigh, $35, call
321-729-0005, So. Brev.


FAMILY BIBLE- 1881,
Mason lodge, $190, call
for description,
321-917-8049, So. Brev.
FILING CABINETS (2)-
2 drawer, white oak, new,
$100 each, call
321-253-2629, So. Brev.
FIREPLACE, wood burn-
ing, $125; Folding bikes,
$75/both. Please call
321-254-9609 S.Brevard
FRIDGE, MINT cond,
approx. 5 yrs old, $199,
call 321-610-4693, S. Br.
FRIDGE, WHIRLPOOL,
side by side, 25cft, ice &
water, light rust, $175,
call 321-480-6499, S. Br.
GAS DRYER, WHIRL-
POOL, $100, works good,
excellent condition
321-863-8964
GAS MOWER, $60;
Washer heavy duty, $30;
Portable grill, $40;ladder,
$20, call 321-676-1323
GOLF CLUB: Callaway
Big Bertha Titanium 454,
10 degree, Reg. shaft
$90. 321-453-6209
GOLF CLUBS- Men's, 8
irons, 4 woods, $90, call
321-255-3958, So. Brev.
HAND TOOLS: saws, (5);
chisels, (5); planes, asst.,
$5-25. 321-426-4925 S.
Brevard
HEADBOARD for Bed-
Wood: 1 unit $19.
321-473-3551 S. Brev.
HOUSE PUMP, Myers,
3/4 HP, $150. Please call
321-259-2754 S. Brevard
KETTLE GRILL, Char-
Broil, used once, $20,
call 321-432-4234, S. Br.
KITCHEN SINK, Moen
faucet, stainless steel,
$75, call 321-253-0240.
LAWN EQUIPMENT:
weedeater, mower, edger,
all Craftsman, $200/all.
321-806-0218 S. Brevard
Lawn Mower& weed eat-
er, $60; Coffee table, lion
paw, $40; Wicker chairs,
$30. 321-474-3706 .
LAWN MOWER, 42in
cut, 12hp, Master Cut,
first $130 takes it, call
321-446-4289, So. Brev.
Lawnmower, 12 HP 38"
cut riding lawnmower
$200 321-768-0567
LIFE VESTS (4), Stearns
type 3, xlg, $12 ea; 4 gal
Exxon type tcw3 oil, $9ea
call 321-725-7848, S. Br.
LOVE SEAT, High back,
Ig cushions, classy, tan/
beige, $200, call
321-253-9724, So. Brev.
LOVE SEAT: Green $50,
Chair/ottoman $40 So
Brev. 321-777-0516
MICROWAVE, GE, over
range, $50 ; Elec. range,
$75; Dishwasher, 2 yr.,
$75 321-723-6742
MOWER, PUSH Murray
mower, 4.0 hp Briggs &
Stratton. $40. 321-
733-5956 SoBrev
NIGHT TABLES/STAND
(2) Bennington Pine, dark
solid wood, $95 each,
call 321-984-8774, S. Br.
NURSES SCRUBS, sz. L
& XL, assorted, $7-$10ea
or $150/obo for all. FREE
clothes. 321-779-4657
ORGAN W/ plug-ins,
$75; Dinning room fix-
ture, $25, call
321-259-6251, So. Brev.
PHONES, SET of 2,
cordless, $25; Coffee
percolator, like new, $30,
call 321-259-1948, S. Br.


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100 songs, lessons,
rhythms, Reg $269, sell
$50, call 321-724-4854.
PICTURE on canvas
41"x51" Colorful fish w/
Oak Frame $25,
321-637-3784
POCKET BIB aprons, (3)
84 inch, all colors, brand
new, $2 each, call
321-254-1768, So. Brev.
PORT A'POTTY for
camper or boat, $19. Call
321-725-4809 S. Brev.
POST BED, queen, w/
foam mattress, $75;
Electric' Stove, $50, call
321-984-5338, So. Brev.
RACOON TRAP, 1ge,
$25; Tool box, 7 drawer,
Kennedy, $75, call
321-951-3611, So. Brev.
RANGE, JENN-AIR, self
cleaning, $175. Call
321-427-1397 S. Brevard
RECLINER TAN, remote
control helps you stand,
great for elderly, $200,
call 321-956-8123, S. Br.
RECLINER, SWIVEL,
beige, Ithr overstuffed,
$100; Goqlf set, bag, cart,
$75. 321-604-2235 SBrev
REFRIGERATOR, Frig-
idaire, wht,18.2 cf,freezer
on top,icemaker, Al cond
$150. 321-724-9939
REFRIGERATOR, HOT-
POINT, 21 cu.ft., white,
needs repair, $20. Deliv-
ery $15. 321-725-8392
RIDING MOWER- Mur-
ray, 12 HP, hardly used,
ex. cond, $200, call
321-729-_461, So. Brev.
RIMS, (4), Chevy, 5 lug,
Centerline, alum., 10x15,
w/good 235x75 tires,
$200/obo. 423-227-3118
ROLL-TOP DESK, light
oak, several compart-
ments & slotted area,
$165, call 321-676-9991.
ROOFING INSULATION,
$25; (2) Doors, $25 &
$30; Bundled shingles,
$40obo call321-773-1472
SCOOTER, 49CC, en-
gine, black, ex cond,
$150, call 321-255-9801.
SHINGLES, MED. brown
5 bundles & trunk box for
two Ig speakers, $20 for
all, call 321-757-0688.
SINKS: 3 bathroom, $50
all good condition. So
Brev 321-676-2145
SOFA 2 to 3 seater, col-
or white w/black & laven-
der design, $99. Call
321-725-4869 S. Brev.
SOFA, LEATHER, 3
cushion, tan, $80, call
321-254-6738, So. Br.
SOFA, MAROON; End
table, oak w/ smoked
glass, $95, call
321-409-8717, So. Brev.
SOFA- WHITE, ex. cond,
$140obo; Patio cushion
set $60, call
321-768-9635, So. Brev.
SPEAKERS, (2), wood,
$100; 27" color TV, $100.
321-242-8459 S. Brevard
STEPPER- LIFE Gear,
$100; Dunlop golf clubs,
irons, $50, call
321-723-0138, So. Brev.
SURF BOARD w/ travel
case, 6'5" shortboard,
like new, ex. cond, $185,
call 321-917-0018, S. Br.
TABLE SAW, Ryobi BT
3000, $600 new, selling
for $200. 321-917-5748
S. Brevard


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diameter,pedestal bottom/
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d, Rent to own or
purchase/owner finance.
$195. New kitchen, new
roof. Move in ready.
407-509-3565
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
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PALM BAY, NE We don't
want to pay a realtor, you
can buy this 3/2/2.5, 2422
sf cement tile roof home
w/ 16x32 a/c lanai, Ig rms
$210,000 321-409-8292

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PALM BAY, Stunning ex-
tra efficient 4/2.5/2 two-

story in beautiful Turkey
Creek. Will not last at
$299,000. Great incen-
tives. 321-951-7571







PALM CITY
3BR,3.5BA, 2.5CG Cob-
blestone .5 acre crnr lot,
lake & golf views, scrnd
pool, Jczzi, vltd ceil, no
mbrshp rqd. $534,000
561-876-1885 Pat
PALM CITY Danforth
Subdivision on lake,
3br/2ba/2cg with Pool &
Fenced yard. Wood floors
and beautiful front door.
$483,000 772-631-6682
PORT ORANGE 7 Acre
Estate. 2447 Tomoka
Farms Rd. 4bd/2.5bath,
2500 sq.ft. living, Lg. scrn
pool. 2 two car garages.
3600 sq.ft. remodeled
barn with sep. living area.
Very private, gated and
fenced. Close to 1-95 and
US 92. $1,400,000.
Additional 9 acres avail
$600,000. 386-334-7943
PORT ST. LUCIE:
Waterfront C-24 canal
3/2.5/2 with dock, fenced
yard. 1654 SW Lexington
Dr. $215K 561-289-8877
772-708-0073
ROCKLEDGE Large Im-
maculate All New 2
br/lba, Lge fenced yard.
RV & Boat Parking. Good
area. Seller pays all
costs. $125,900 Bob
407-694-4645
SATELLITE BEACH -
4/2 pool home, $259K.
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
- 3/2 + 2 car gar. totally
remodeled, $259K.
MELBOURNE Buy or
lease, cute older home.
Wood floors, double lot,
$169K or $950/monthly.
Oceanside Realty
321-951-7577
SOUTH DAYTONA 3/1/1
You can see the com-
plete listing on
BuyOwner.com code
#ORL26237. Furniture
may be included, de-
pending on offer. Owner
is relocating and is moti-
vated to sell. Call
386-760-2193 or
803-719-1040
ST. LUCIE WEST -
4/3/2.5 lush landscape
Reduced to $345,000.
Go To www.gesales.net
for more details &
pictures 865-824-8340
TITUSVILLE, 3BR 1.5BA,
large family room, new
paint & carpet, fenced
yard, storage, corner lot
S$129,500 321-268-6903
Titusville, Charming 3/2
+den,new kitch.,/BA's /AC
/water heater/dishwasher,
new tile & carpet, fenced
yard,A1 schools,$155,900
obo. 321-626-1136



VERO BEACH
Remodeled 2 Br/ 1ba,
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.
$124,000. Possible rent
to own, 772-812-1000.


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TITUSVILLE, FSBO. 4/2,
.23 ac lot, well/irrigation
sys., 12x34 scrn'd porch,
CBS, storage bldg. For
appt.321-258-1168. Own-
er to payl/2 closing costs
VERO LAKE ESTATES
for sale by owner 3/2/1
Brick house. 2 years old.
Hurr shutters. Room for
expansion & pool
$180,000 561-602-5681




FT. PIERCE Savannahs
Condo Assoc. 2-br/2-ba 1
story end unit. Comm
pool & rec. Imm occ.
Asking $98,900
931-852-2884
HOBE SOUND 2br/2.5ba
Heritage Ridge Golf
Comm. Community pools
screened patio, all appis,
interior repainted.
$179,000 772-485-0085
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
By Owner, fast sale.
3/2.5/2 w/office. Gated
comm. on lake, across
from ocean. Pool &
clubhouse, 2 yrs new.
$395,000 954-658-9475
see high-def slide show
at www.hometownnews
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PALM BAY adjacent du-
plexes by owner. 2/1/1
each side. $149K; 2/1 &
1/1 w/carports $139K.
City Water. Make Deal!
No agents 321-426-5511




BAREFOOT BAY: Lot
for sale. 1173 Barefoot
Circle, canal lot 50 x 115.
City water & sewer.
Asking $59,500.
772-770-9475
FELLSMERE 5 acres 1/2
acre pond, many oaks.
Area of beautiful homes
West of Fellsmere. Some
owner financing. Asking
$190,000 14410 95th St.
1-931-796-1880
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, 2.26acs.,
ready to finish. $99,900.
Acreage available with
stunning views. E-Z fi-
nancing. 828-652-8700,
fallcreekland.com
PALM BAY SW, 80x125,
close to shopping, restau-
rants, 1-95, $22,500. Own-
er will finance with $2000
down. Call 321-951-1211
PALM CITY- 1/2 acre
Cobblestone, On lake &
golf green, high/dry with
existing bldg pad. $199K
call Pat 561-876-1885
PORT ST. LUCIE -
Southbend, treed lot,
high and dry, backs up to
lake. $67,000 OBO Call
Larry 229-247-2871
SEBASTIAN standard lot
city water & sewer. High
& dry. Great location 457
Englar Dr. Must sell.
Paid $75K. Asking
$49,900. 248-802-2325
TITUSVILLE Lot w/plans
3/2 home $29K, will build
for $159K, ownr financing
954-822-0507; 448-3185


MELBOURNE, Great
Deal priced to sell. 55+
Park. 1BR/1BA, add on
FL. Room. Reconditioned
inside & out. $5,900.
321-951-0316
SEBASTIAN Whispering
Palms. 55+ Adult resort.
05 2-br/2-ba 16 x 52. 2
pools, tennis, biking, ping
pong. Must Sell! $21,000.
772-766-3550
VERO BEACH Village
Green 55+. 2/2, 2 screen
rooms, utility shed,
carport. Comm pool,
clubhouse. $24,900. for
sale/rent. 772-569-1526
772-532-4665




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S. CAROLINA AREA -
829 acres. 25 acre lake,
6 miles of county road
frontage. 70% in pine
plantation, 30% pasture,
$2,900 per acre. Owner
803-640-3497
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atop Cumberland Moun-
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Ranch. 2/1 home on
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fireplace, huge detached
garage w/bath, utility bldg
w/covered patio, Property.
backs to River ranch hunt
club. $180,000 Obo
863-528-4806







ELLIJAY GA 2200sf
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sf covered porch, stone
fireplace, ss appliances.
139,900 404-512-0789
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ELLIJAY GA 6 acres
borders National Park.
Horseback riding, hard
woods. Good views,
roads, power lines.
Private, easy access.
$16,000 per acre. Owner
financing 706-669-1560
ELLIJAY, GA Beautiful
3+ ac, 500 ft on trout
stream, seasonal view in
gated comm. Paved road.
Septic approved.
$127,500 772-486-6589




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with Office & Bonus room.
706-698-5505 More info &
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360 degree mountain
views, adjacent to nation-
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1-866-353-4809
FIRST TIME Offered,
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35ac- $49,900. Quick
sale, overlooking majes-
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360 degree mountain
views, adjacent to nation-
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866-353-4809
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WILL FINANCE! State
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$9500/ac.
Owner 912-529-6198
HORSE & BUGGY
Country Beautiful 3Br
2Ba ranch, carpet, ap-
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Full basement & large
pole building. N.E.
Ohio. $149,900, Owner
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KENTUCKY
* 35 acres on beautiful
Green River $99,900.
*10acs. Barn, pond,
$54,900. *lac.
$500/down $105/mo.
175acs w/new cabin,
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*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
sf home on approx. 2
acres in Perry, Fla.- a
small rural town approx.
50 miles SE of Tallahas-
see. Beautiful pool & pa-
tio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hottub.
Reduced- $245,000. Call
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Miami 3BR/1.5BA -
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800-848-1839
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cabin, grt view. Near Blue
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Completely Furnished.
$139,000. 863-514-0259

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build on. Main road to
Asheville. High visibility,
traffic count. Great for
business, rental cabins or
investment. FSBO.
$149,000 770-722-4391
NC LAND HOMESITES
1 to 6 acres outside of
Charlotte starting
$24,900. Great for in-
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furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like Newl
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $185,000
NC mountains LOG
CABIN $89,900. Owner
must sell cabin on 2.4
acres. Land is level,
wooded, secluded. Easy
to finish with financing
available. 828-286-1668.
NC MOUNTAINS Log
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is level, wooded, seclud-
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$189,900. 260 Acres
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mile of frontage on the
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$549,000 Owner Financ-
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call 321-684-1108
PALM BAY NW, new
home, clean, quiet, share
w/one other. References
required. $165 per week
includes all. Call
321-676-7770
PALM BAY, on river,
$400 includes all, great
for retiree or fixed in-
come. Cable Included.
321-506-2546
S. MELBOURNE/ PALM
BAY, conv. off 195, (2)
rooms avail., furn. & un-
furn., sub-lease room or
rent full house poss., no
pets/smoking. Rent neg.
More info. 321-615-0221
SATELLITE BCH. Prof.
to share pool home
w/same, 2 blocks from
beach, Furn. priv. bed &
bath, $550/mo. + util's.
/deposit. 321-626-8408
SEBASTIAN:. Looking
to share 4/3 house with
heated pool. Willing to
care for someone non
medically. Call for details.
772-589-4980
W. MELBOURNE, 2 mins
to FIT, fresh paint in/out,
own BA, share kitchen,
incl's mirco/cable/W/D.No
section 8 or pets. $400
mo. + bills. 321-543-3224
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



RISING ARTIST seeks
Island cottage. Will remit
$, caretake, pet sit,
chauffeur, pool care or ??
305-394-1692


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




BEACH RENTAL 1BR
Condo, fully furnished,
2nd floor apt, W/D, pool,
hot tub, fitness rm, tennis,
walk to beach, shopping,
$995/mo 413-684-1436




CAPE/BEACH Nice
townhouse, end unit 2/1.5
W/D, fresh paint, new tile,
fenced yard, small pet,
steps to ocean. Call-now
$795/mo 214-504-555

DAYTONA BEACH -
Gorgeous Beachside
New, totally renovated
lbd/1ba. Central AC/
heat. Large.$750. Ocean-
views. Owner/Realtor
386-316-3133
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or lbr/lba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503
EAU GALLIE 1BR $600.
COCOA BCH 2BR $700
COCCOA 3BR House
$950. 321-631-9649
MELB. BCH. STUDIO,
full kitchen, fully furnish-
ed, king & sofa beds. Incl:
internet, basic electric &
utils. $273/week or $999
/month. 321-725-8392
MELBOURNE BEACH
Remodeled Studios & 1
BR apts., walking dis-
tance to beach and river.
From $600-$800/month.
Call 321-525-0210

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MELBOURNE BEACH,
1BR/1.5BA $795/mo.
Pool, tennis, fitness room,
across from beach. Bike
room, good parking. No
pets. 954-260-4092
MELBOURNE BEACH,
2/2 Condo, ocean view
from all rooms. All appli-
ances, Irg closets, garage
parking, community pool
$1400 lyr 561-252-3968
MELBOURNE CONDO -
2BR/2BA screened
porch, newly painted. 1st
floor. Water & cable in-
cluded. $750/mo + $750
deposit. 321-636-1574
MELBOURNE or PALM
BAY 2BR 1BA, Very rea-
sonable rent Call
305-971-0105
MELBOURNE, 2/1, cen-
tral air, W/D hook-up, free
cable. Circle Ave off N.
Babcock. No pets, new
stove/refrig. $650/month
321-757-5851
MELBOURNE, 2/2 re-
modeled Condo, screen
porch, pool, laundry room,
close to shopping, BCC,
park. $875/ month
321-254-8002, 427-9833
MELBOURNE- 1BR/1BA
Centrally located. Rent
includes electricity, water,
trash & pest control. Rent
$625/mo + $350/ deposit.
Call 321-722-0781
MERRITT ISLAND con-
do,2/1.5,1 pet-15lbs. max,
no smoking, incl. pool/
cable/water, centrally lo-
cated, $695/mo. + sec.
321-403-4923/ 480-7906
PALM BAY NE Wood-
side condo. 2/2 Screen
porch, close to shopping,
schools, & 1-95. $750/mo.
Intercoastal Realty
321-255-1661
PALM BAY, Malibu Vil-
la's, 2/2 All appliances,
tiled, W/D, end unit, 1st
floor, close to shopping,
schools, community pool.
$725 + dep 321-749-6273


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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: 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 $200. weekly. 11330
US Hwy 1.772-321-3202
VERO BEACH Move in
special! Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$575. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013



BEACHSIDE INDIALAN-
TIC, 4/2, 2 car garage, Ig.
yard, Ig. scrn porch, new
kitchen, $1300/mo. First/
Last @ security. Great
schools! 321-726-1899
CAPE CANAVERAL,
Furnished 1BR/1BA
w/fully equipped kitchen
Avail 6 months. 2 blocks
to Beach. $885/mo plus
utilities. 407-739-2746


RENT NOW
INDIALANTIC 3BR/2BA
House, fenced yard. Furn
or unfurnished $1250/mo.
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
- 2/1 Condo. Furn/Unfurn.
$1100/mo. Both are avail.
short term or long term.
321-773-0199

INDIALANTIC Ocean-
front 4br/2ba/2 car. In the
heart of Indialantic near
boardwalk. Enjoy private
deck on the bch. 2200sf.
Fenced yard. Pets ok.
$2200/mo. 321-308-0335

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MELBOURNE 3BR,1 BA,
1 car gar. new kit & bath.
wood firs. throughout.
Nice dble lot. For Sale by
owner $169K or rent $900
321-729-8252
MELBOURNE 4BR 2BA
w/ heated pool. $2200/mo
INDIALANTIC 3+BR
3.5BA w/ heated pool.
$4000/mo
Both lease option to buy
321-259-3087
MELBOURNE, 2 BR/2
BA, garage, porch, tiled,
appliances, pool, 1 year
lease, bright, nice &
clean! $875/mo. + $900
security. 321-255-0789
MELBOURNE, 3 BR/2
BA, garage, newly remod-
eled, large fenced yard,
water included, $1025 per
month plus security. Call
321-698-2939
MELBOURNE, COZY 3
BR/2 BA, near Sabal Ele-
mentary, AC/heat, car-
port, rear porch, large cor-
ner lot, $900/mo. Call
Pete at 321-591-8892
MELBOURNE: 3/1, Nice
home in quiet area, large
screened patio, new bath
/carpet/paint, fenced yard,
$750 mo. + $750 deposit.
321-652-3475
MERRITT ISLAND 5
bedrooms. 1810 Carlton.
Great Location! Big yard!
$1300 rent. $1300 de-
posit. 321-591-6924 or
MerrittislandMay@aol.com

MERRITT ,ISLAND,4/2, Ig
oversized yard, upgraded
no smoking, 1 pet-med.
weight, centrally located,
$1200/mo. obo. + sec.
321-403-4923 / 480-7906
MIMS, 3/2/1, large work-
shop, add'l covered park-
ing, remodeled, on 1
acre. Near SR46 & 1-95
$1400/mo 321-268-6903
PALM BAY Rent to
own, 3/2/1, new doors &
carpet. nice lot, quiet,
$200 credit monthly to-
wards owning it.
$875/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 NOWI Woodlake
Realty, inc. 321-723-8700


PALM BAY Beautiful &
spacious 3/2/1 on large
corner lot. Total upgrade
&. ready for immediate
move in. Lease to own-
rent$ credit to purchase
$155,900. 321.427.1375
PALM BAY NW, Emer-
son & Jupiter area, 3/2/2,
Ig. screen porch, corner
lot, new tile & apple's city
water, $1100/month, 1st
/last/sec. 321-726-1899
PALM BAY SE Large
3br/2ba/2 car garage.
Near Babcock & Waco.
$850/mo. No pets. Call
WD Webb Realty
321-723-3311


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PALM BAY SE Near
Bayside, quiet area. Lg.
3/2/2 car garage, built in
'06. Approx. 2000 sq. ft.
Asking $935/month. Call
305-338-0746
PALM BAY SE 3/2/2
$990/mo or by room
$375/rm Quiet area, large
fenced yard, furnished, all
appliances incl, avail
immediate 321-757-8157


PALM BAY SE
3BR/2BA/2 Car Ga-
rage. Brand new, never
lived in, over 2,000sf. of
living area. Pet OK.

Easy move in!
You must see this
one! $1200/mo.

Wiltshire Properties,
Marilyn Navlen
321-724-0810



PALM BAY SW
3BR/2BA/2 Car Ga-
rage. Large Fenced
yard. Pet ok. Tile &
new carpet.
Easy move in!
You must see


Wiltshire Properties,
Mariln Navien
321-724-0810


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, NW
Available now, 3/2/2,
Pool, Appliances,
$1,200/mo, Call Mon-Fri
9a-5p, 321- 480-8750.

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SUNTREE, 3 Bedroom +
loft, 3 bath, 2 car garage,
golf course view, granite
counters in kitchen, wood
floors, $2000/month + se-
curity. 321-544-8784

SUNTREE, 3/2, garage,
central AC, yard service,
community pool. Avail.
now! Ideal location! Sm.
pet possible. $1000/mo.
Call 321-253-3058

TITUSVILLE, 3BR 1.5BA,
large family room, new
paint & carpet, fenced
yard, storage, corner lot,
covered parking. $900/mo
321-268-6903

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PALM BAY Beautifull
3br/2ba $1000 per month
& Deposit. 940 NE Fair-
haven. 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com

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
VERO BEACH New
3-story, 3/2.5/2. 3,400sqft
Ocean/River Front. Ca-
thedral ceilings. Appl's
$3,500/mo 860-395-4122
or 860-388-2113
VERO BEACH Nice
2/2, Eat-in-Kitchen, W/D,
Newer appl. fenced back-
yard. $770/mo. Call
772-567-3399
VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
n & unfurn. Starting at
$600. Call Paula Rogers
& Assoc 772-231-9121,
772-473-7009 cell
VERO BEACH: 2/2 large
lot. Nice neighborhood.
Some appliances inc.
$750/mo + security
772-569-0290
772-321-0436




INDIAN HARBOUR 3/3/2
Community pool, walk to
ocean. No pets $1250
plus security & utilities
321-258-6824

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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. room & deck.
$1195/mo. 321-773-8671
or Cell 321-961-1947






TITUSVILLE Harbor
Pointe, River Front New
3/2/1, boat slip, gated &
many amenities. Short or
long term, $1,475/mo.
Lease option, owner fi-
nancing. 321-288-5464
VIERA, 3/2/2 Villa on fair-
way golf course, com-
munity pool, tennis, etc..
6, 9 or 12 month lease.
Lawn care included
$1350/mo 321-639-0730



CAPE, LIVE ON BEACH
2/2, completely furnished
executive home, profes-
sionals only, $1050/mo. +
sec. and utilities. Showing
now! 321-783-5448
MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA
Duplex- Quiet st., back
deck. Near Wickham/
Aurora,$700.incl. w/d,wtr,
trash, pest. 321-693-2784
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mum 2 weeks for $850.
Monthly for $1,550. Avail-
able Oct. thru Dec. No
Smoking. 386-235-4473
ST AUGUSTINE BEACH
Oceanview Condo from
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$1399wk Historic District
fr $129nite 904-825-1911
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN LOG HOMES for
sale. Lots available. 1
mile from Dollywood. Will
build custom homes.
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CAMERO Convertible
'69 completely restored
in/out. Orig engine, 86K
miles. $28,000/obo
ginnymac33@yahoo.com
772-633-8368
CHEVY '73 Laguna Sta-
tion Wagon,454 V8, 4 spd
auto, AC, PS/PB, duals,
& more! Lks grt, runs exc.
$10,900.321-269-8251
DATSUN 280ZX, 1982,
nicely equipped, reliable
classic, $5985. Call or
leave message or fax
321-733-4868. See www.
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Call Classified
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MERCEDES 280 SEL,
'71, 4 dr, 6 cy!., garage
kept last 10 yrs. Must go -
too many vehicles! $2000
obo. 321-723-1844
PORSCHE 912 '67 Orig
car, stored for 9 years.
Running, needs TLC. 5
speed, $4000 obo.
772-563-0515 see photo
@www.hometownnewsol.
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VOLKSWAGEN '72
Dune Buggy, fully
restored, 1 of a kind.
$15,000 invested. Asking
$9500 772-631-6120

Affordable & Effective
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321-242-0442


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 99', White &
Tan Cold Air, 6 CD/Cass,
AM/FM, Sunroof, Beauti-
ful Condition. 114k mi,
$11,500 772-631-6682
CADILLAC SEVILLE
SLS 94' Fully loaded,
Exc condition, low miles,
Asking $3,800. Call Rick
772-532-3892

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CAMARO, '95 Z28, dark
purple, excellent condition
T-tops, good tires, CD,
leather seats, 87K miles,
$4,400 321-482-8228
CHEVY CORVETTE L82,
1979, like new, loaded,
completely restored,
$8500. 321-263-7115 or
321-268-1179
CONVERTIBLE Sebring
JXI '99. P/W, P/L & P/S.
Exc cond. Runs great.
Kelly Blue Book $8000+
sacrifice $3,800/ obo
772-532-3892
CORVETTE CONVERTI-
BLE, '89, new top, nice,
$10,900. Call after 5pm
321-676-5413

DONATE YOUR Car to
American Association for
Cancer Research-Saving
Lives Through Research.
Fast/Free Towing, Non-
Runners Acceptable.
Please Call Before the
Tax Year Ends
#1-800-728-0801
DONATE YOUR CAR...
To the Cancer Fund of
America. Help Those
Suffering With Cancer
Today. Free Towing and
Tax deductible.
1-800-835-9372
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FORD ESCORT 2001
4dr, Automatic 4 cylinder,
Great on gas! Cold A/C
Runs excellent! $2000
772-626-9444
FORD FOCUS '02, 4 door
auto, looks & runs good,
$4200 321-720-9359
HYUNDAI ACCENT, '02
5 speed, white, 35 mpg,
4 cylinder, one owner,
like new, immaculate,
$5995. 321-254-7046
JIMMY ENVOY, 4x4, '98,
good condition, cold AC,
good tires, $5500/obo.
Call for more information
321-269-9807 / 536-3775

LINCOLN CONTINEN-
TAL Sedan '96, 74K, sil-
ver, $4100 OBO
321-984-1748 or email
smelbournebeach@aol.com


TOYOTA CAMRY XLE,
'98, V6, auto, sunroof,
loaded, gray/gray interior,
great condition in/out,
$4995. 321-298-5271
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA
VR6 '99. 76K mls,leather,
moonroof, loaded! 5spd.
Green. Must see! Grt cd.
$6500. 321-759-5093




ENGINE, V8, '07, brand
new, 4.6L, complete incl.
gaskets,oilpan,8bolt
crank shaft, Omiles! Ask-
ing $2800. 321-777-2087




DONATE YOUR Car.
Special kids Fund! Help
disabled children with
camp and education.
Fast, Free Towing. Tax
d e d u ctib le .
1-866-448-3265
WANTED JUNK CARS -
Running or not $100 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
321-631-0111



HONDA SPORT TRX
250 ATV, '05, excellent
condition, low mileage,
garage kept, $2750. Call
321-403-3071
HONDA VALKYRIE In-
terstate, '99, black, 25K
mi., 6 cyl., garage kept,
new tires/battery, $7500.
321-725-7114 / 536-4585
HONDA: VTX 1300C
2006 Black with gobs of
chrome. 2600 miles
garage kept $7600 email
taxrene@aol.com
561-627-7778
KAWASAKI 03' Vulcan
800, lowered, custom
paint, cobra seat, DG
hardcrome pipes, 12,400
mi $4,500 772-288-4079
MUST SELL Yamaha V-
Star Classic, '05, excel-
lent condition, low miles,
extras, $5900/obo. Call
321-636-9297


CAMPER, POP-UP, '88,
Coleman, sleeps 6, very
good cond., w/upgrades,
inc'l awning, new fabrics,
$1300/obo. 321-773-8644
COACHMAN, 2005, 27',
exc. cond., w/7' slide, all
equip, incl. hitch & sway-
bar, $12,800; 2004 F150
available. 321-452-6584
FLEETWOOD 35' 1991
454 motor, runs great
dual A/C Onan generator
Clean $15,000
772-577-0061
FourWinds '06 Class C
Ford V-10 motor 2
slide-outs + Queen br,
Full pull out. Sleeps 7
Loaded 5,000 miles
$48,500 772-467-0932
see photos online at
www. hometown newsol.
com ad # 24337
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
Vacationer, '97, 35', 44K
miles, 460 Ford eng. w/
Banks exhaust sys., slide
out, levelers, tag axle, 7K
gen.,; Also, '99 Saturn
SW2 tow car; Also, all
other items needed to rv!
$40,000. 321-253-3058
JAYCO JAYFLIGHT, 27',
'06, used 3x, great cond.,
tows straight, w/weight
dist. hitch,fully contained,
$15,000. 321-453-9525
See photos online www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#24452
Pace Arrow, 36', '92, 460
Ford motor, freightliner
chassis, 49,331K, 2 AC's
& TV's, all appl's, $16,500
obo. 321-725-4627
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.



DODGE DURANGO SLT
99', 3rd row seat, 2 WD,
Fully loaded. Looks and
runs great. $4,500 Ask for
Rick 772-532-3892


FORD EXPLORER 1998
4 door, Automatic, V-6
Cold Air. Asking only
$1600 772-626-9444
FORD EXPLORER Lim-
ited, Fully loaded, excel-
lent condition, new tires,
Will sacrifice for $3,000.
772-532-3892



CHEVROLET Silverado
'03 ext cab 5.3L V8, 64k
mi, 81,000 tow pkg.
Great Shape $13,900
obo 772-215-3514
CHEVROLET ASTRO
VAN '98. 7 passenger,.
Gladiator Conversion,
Black & Grey Interior.
$2,800. 772-626-9444
CHEVROLET VENTURE
LS, '97, good cond., new
front tires/alignment, dual
sliding doors, quad seats,
$3250. 321-733-4868


18' REGAL 175SE Val-
anti, '96, gar. kept, exc
cond.,4.3LVolvoPenta, ss
prop, w/trailer, alum. rims,
$6900. 321-639-8899.
See photos online www.
Hometown NewsOL, com
AD#24939

24'7" CENTURY 1995
C/C 200HP, Yamaha
New Garmin, Gps, Alum
Trailer, Offshore Ready
USCG Member $21,000
772-770-9294

BOAT LIFT FOR RENT,
up to 30' boat, Pineda
Area of Indian River.
Beautiful, Must See! Pri-
vate, $9/ft. per month.
Call 321-720-6143

JET SKI Honda 2004.
1200 Aquatrax. 5 Hrs. like
new $7800. Includes trail-
er. 239-333-7174


CHEVY S10 1995. V6
P/S, 5 speed, new brakes
& battery, good work
truck, $1700/obo. 321-
890-8334
DODGE 1500 Quad Cab,
'04, nice work truck, V6, 5
speed, AC, bedliner, tint,
non-smoker, 59K miles,
$9500. 321-960-8568
See photos online www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
AD#24683
DODGE RAM 1500 SLT
Quad Cab 2007 PW,
PM, PL, towing package,
bed liner, automatic,
$18,000. 954-410-8017;
321-751-0668
DODGE RAM 1500, '03,
21K miles, blk in/gray out,
V6,2 dr,standard cab, AC,
cruise, air bags, tow pkg.
$9500/obo. 251-623-3273
DODGE RAM 1987
charger 4X4 good
hunting buggy $1000 obo
772-468-3113


Monterey 180 Edge, 18'
'02Bowrider,Volvo 3L I/O,
bimini top,trailer, low hrs.
Looks & runs great! Only
$9195! 321-725-3886 day


FORD '91 E150 custom
van. Handycap lift. 4 cap-
tain seats. Really good
condition, A/C $2,000
OBO 321-777-9629
FORD RANGER, super
cab, '04, 4x4, 15K miles,
loaded, excellent condi-
tion, $14,400. Please call
321-848-1787




UTILITY TRAILER:
Camper 6 X 10 enclosed
with air, new tires, new
hubs. $500/obo.
772-418-9991


WILL TRADE 75 gallon
aquarium set up: decora-
tive wrought iron stand,
lights, under gravel filter,
air pump. Ready for fish!
Will trade for utility
trailer minimum 4'x6',
Any cond! 321-725-1399


PONTOON '89, runs
great, 16 foot, comes with
203 trailer $1400
321-951-2124


18' Weeres w/Mercury 50 ELPTO
(2-stroke)
SRP $16,995e

S- ONLY

-' '14,795

Price includes: Bat, Motor, Trailer, Mooong Cover.AMIFM C3 Stereo Privacy
Room, 8imini Top wB00oo, Battery wlBox. Full Vinyl Deck. Deluxe Console v. Gauges
S Lifetime Warranty on PontooinsecktTransorw'Roto-Cast Fumilare Bases.

"K 24535 Hwy. 40, Astor, FL
352.759.3655
www.ASTORMARINE.com

"Weere5, The Original Family Pontoon."
*No Other Discounts Or Promotions Apply.


NE PALM BAY 2BR 1BA
Modern duplex, garage,
laundry hookup, ceramic
tile, fenced yard. $750/mo
$500 security. Lease
321-426-5511
PALM BAY SE, gorgeous
duplex, 3/2/2, $995/mo.
$300 off 1st month's rent!
Pay $695 1st mo. + $995
security to move in! Near
Babcock. 321-722-1438




PALM BAY next to Har-
ris, office space starting
at $300/mo. with confer-
ence room. Broad Realty,
3 2 1 2 5 8 5 9 1 6
www.allflrealestate.net
STUART Warehouse
with A/C office, like new,
hurricane proof, 20' ceil-
ing, 1100 sq ft, central
location, loading door
$1000/mo Legend FL RE
772-463-7266
VERO- Office / Retail.
Two spaces from
$500/mo. US1 great loca-
tion, 100K car count ev-
ery day. Two months free
rent. 772-489-0180




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

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